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LonWorks Gateway
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E DB98-32769A(1)
Safety Precautions
This installation manual describes how to install the LonWorks Gateway. For installation
of other optional accessories, refer to the appropriate installation manual.
WARNING
CAUTION
R
ead carefully this installation manual before
installation and check if the LonWorks Gateway is
installed correctly after installation.
 Do not attempt to install or repair this LonWorks Gateway
by yourself.
T
his LonWorks Gateway contains no user-serviceable
parts. Always consult authorized service personnel for
repairs.
 When
moving, consult authorized service personnel for
disconnection and installation of the LonWorks Gateway.
E
nsure that the wall is strong enough to support the
weight of the LonWorks Gateway.
M
ust install the LonWorks Gateway with rated power
supply.
T
he LonWorks Gateway must be installed according to
the national electrical rules by an installation specialist.
 If you wish to uninstall the LonWorks Gateway, consult an
authorized installation center.
 Do
not use inflammable gases near the LonWorks
Gateway.
D
o not install the LonWorks Gateway in a location where
it will come into contact with combustible gases,
machine oil, sulphide gas, etc.
A
void locations where acid/alkali solution or special
spray is used.
C
hoose a location that is dry and sunny, but not exposed
to direct sunlight. Suitable temperature is between
0°C(32°F) and 39°C(102.2°F).
 Do
not spill water into the LonWorks Gateway.
D
o not apply tensile strength to the cable to avoid cable
damage.
D
o not press the buttons with a sharp object.
D
o not connect the power cable to the control terminal.
 If the LonWorks Gateway is installed in a hospital or
other special places, it should not affect other electronic
devices.
 LonWorks, LON and Lontalk are registered trademarks of Echelon
Corporation.
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Contents
 Safety Precautions ........................................................... 2
 Before Installing the LonWorks Gateway .......................... 4
 Accessories ...................................................................... 5
 Viewing the Parts ............................................................. 6
 Product Dimensions ......................................................... 8
 System Architecture ......................................................... 9
 Compatible Devices ........................................................
 Installing the LonWorks Gateway ..................................
 Setting the LonWorks Gateway ......................................
 Reading EHP Watt-hour Meter . ....................................
 System Setting Initialization ...........................................
 System Environment Setting ...........................................
 Tracking . ......................................................................
 Device Configuration .....................................................
 Overview for Function ...................................................
 Network Parameter Chart .............................................
 Message Definition ........................................................
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Before Installing the LonWorks Gateway
Checks before installation
1
LonWorks Gateway IP
 A public IP is needed to access the LonWorks Gateway
over the internet.
(One public IP is needed for each LonWorks Gateway)
 A private IP may be used if the LonWorks Gateway need
not be accessed over the internet.
2
Network related equipments
3
Installation connection wire
 The LAN cable and the communication cables from
centralized controllers/interface modules must be
installed in such a way that the wires can be connected
to the LonWorks Gateway with ease.
Note
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T
he LonWorks Gateway is a server and supports
static IP. To access the LonWorks Gateway through the
internet or with BMS System, the LonWorks Gateway
address, which is the IP address, must be known.
A
static IP service from an internet service provider
must be used if xDSL (ADSL, VDSL) is being used for
internet connection. (Static IP costs more than dynamic
IP.)
Accessories
Make sure you have each item. Supplied items may vary depending on your
country or service provider.
Item
LonWorks
Gateway
Adapter
Power cable
M4 x16 Screw
Quantity
1
1
1
6
User’s manual
Installation
manual
Cable tie
1
1
1
Shape
 The LonWorks Gateway must be installed by a trained
installer.
 Ensure the main power is turned off before installing
the LonWorks Gateway.
 Be sure to use adapter and power cable we provide.
The power cable and the communication cable must
be installed according to the national electrical wiring
regulations.
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Viewing the Parts
Main Parts
LonWorks Gateway Exterior
LCD Display
Shows current time and IP address. Various
messages will be displayed depending on
button input.
LCD operation button
There are 4 buttons(Menu, (Down), (Up),
Set) and you can access to menu and move,
check the menu.
LED Indicator
Check 15 LED status such as Power, CPU-Alive,
Ethernet-Linked/Active, COM1~4-TX/RX,
Lon ACK, Lon SVC and Check.
LonWorks Gateway Bottom cover
Unfasten 2 screws on the bottom and
separate the bottom cover from LonWorks
Gateway. Then check cable connection part.
LED Indicator
Item
Power
Name
Status
Power indicator
Turns blue when the power is supplied.
CPU Alive
CPU operation indicator
Blinks in orange with 1 second intervals
during normal operation.
Ethernet–
Linked
Internet connection indicator
Turns green during normal connection.
Ethernet–
Active
Internet data transmission/reception
indicator
Blinks in orange during normal
transmission/reception.
COM1~4 – TX
Channel 1~4 Centralized controller/Interface Blinks in green during normal
module Data transmission Indicator
transmission.
COM1~4 – RX
Channel 1~4 Centralized controller/Interface
Blinks in green during normal reception.
module Data reception Indicator
Lon ACK
LonWorks data reception indicator
Blinks in green during normal reception.
Lon SVC
LonWorks device status indicator
Blinks in green during un-configured.
- Needs commission by integration
tool (Ex. LonMaker)
Check
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Indoor/Outdoor unit/Communication check
Turns green when notice occurs.
Indicator
LonWorks Gateway Cable Connection Part
DI Terminal1
Power Terminal
Reset Button
RS485 Communication Terminal
DO Terminal3 DO Terminal4
Lon Terminal
DI Terminal2
Serial Terminal
SD Card Socket
Name
Cable tie groove
Reserved
Ethernet Terminal
Description
DI Terminal1
Digital Input connection terminal, Channel1~Channel5
DI Terminal2
Digital Input connection terminal, Channel6~Channel10
DO Terminal3
Digital Output connection terminal, Channel1~Channel5
DO Terminal4
Digital Output connection terminal, Channel6~Channel8
Lon Terminal
Terminal Block for LonWorks communication (TP/FT-10)
Reset Button
Reset LonWorks Gateway
Power Terminal
Connect LonWorks Gateway adapter
Serial Terminal
Service agent checks LonWorks Gateway error status using this terminal
SD card socket
Sub memory (for program update and set information saving) socket
RS485
Communication
Terminal
Connect for RS485 communication with devices such as centralized
controller/Interface module
-COM1 ~ COM5
Ethernet Terminal
Connect LAN cable
Cable tie groove
Groove for arranging cables
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Viewing the Parts (Continued)
Main Parts
LonWorks Gateway Interior
Display Board
20-pin Cable
LonWorks Board
2-pin Cable
10-pin Cable
Main Board
40-pin Cable
Sub Board
Note
If you need external circuit configuration, consult with the manufacturer.
Product Dimensions
64.80
255
240
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(Unit : mm)
System Architecture
BMS system
TP/FT-10
BMS Engineering
SAMSUNG Engineering
LonWorks Gateway
Centralized
controller
Interface module
Interface module
Interface module
Connecting centralized controller and LonWorks Gateway ( type)
- You can control up to 16 centralized controllers and 128 indoor units using LonWorks Gateway.
 Connecting interface module and LonWorks Gateway(
type)
- You can control up to 80 interface modules and 128 indoor units using LonWorks Gateway.
*MAX.16 interface module can be connected to each of the RS485 communication channels of
the LonWorks Gateway.
- The more interface modules are connected, the longer time takes for tracking.

 W
hen connecting centralized controller and interface module to the LonWorks Gateway
of same communication channel, only one of them will communicate according to the
communication channel mode setting of [System Settings]-[Tracking]. Therefore,
do not connect the centralized controller and interface module to the same
communication channel.

If you set the communication channel mode as interface module, virtual centralized
controller address will be assigned.
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Compatible Devices
No
Devices
1
Indoor Unit
Outdoor Unit
2
Centralized
Controller
3
SIM/PIM
Model
Note
All System indoor/outdoor units
such as: DVM, DVM PLUS,
DVM PLUS II, DVM PLUS III,
mini DVM, CAC Series
-
MCM-A202, MCM-A202A,
MCM-A202B
-
MIM-B12/MIM-B16
Needed for EHP power distribution
MIM-B04A (DVM, DVM PLUS, etc.)
4
5*
Interface
module
MIM-B13 (DVM PLUS II, etc.)
MIM-B13A (DVM PLUS II/
DVM PLUS III, etc.)
MIM-B13B
-
RS485 comm. type
Connect with SIM
Needed for power distribution
( Please consult Samsung for compatible
power meters)
Pulse type
Connect with PIM
(Refer to PIM installation manual for the
detailed specification of pulse type
watt-hour meter.)
Watt-hour
Meter
 Products with ‘* ’ are not Samsung products and must be purchased separately.
(Only selected power meters may be used for protocol compatibility issues.)
 Samsung is not responsible for BMS engineering which creates each device and objects.
For further directions regarding on BMS engineering, consult with specialized BMS related vendor.
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Maximum Devices Attachable
Devices
Max.
Note
Indoor Unit
128
Tracking error occurs if exceeded
Centralized
Controller
16
Must not exceed 16 units
Interface
module
128
16 units per 1 channel, total 80 units are
connectable when connecting interface module to
LonWorks Gateway directly
(128 units are connectable when using centralized
controller)
SIM/PIM
8
Up to 8 units are connectable
Watt-hour
Meter
64
8 units are connectable per 1 SIM/PIM
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Installing the LonWorks Gateway
Installation
plate
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1
Separate the installation plate on the rear side of
LonWorks Gateway.
2
Fix the installation plate on the wall using 4 screws.
3
Hang the LonWorks Gateway on the groove which is on
the top of the installation plate.
4
Fix the installation plate and LonWorks Gateway using
2 screws.
5
If you install LonWorks Gateway inside of the wall or wiring
from the rear side is needed, use wiring groove on the
bottom of LonWorks Gateway.
wiring groove
To prevent breakdown and damage of LonWorks Gateway, and
for safe usage, it is recommended to install LonWorks Gateway
on the wall.
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Installing the LonWorks Gateway (Continued)
Connecting Centralized Controller
1
Unfasten the 2 screws on the bottom of the LonWorks
Gateway front cover. Hold the bottom 2 sides of the
LonWorks Gateway and push downwards to slide open
the cover.
2
Connect the adapter to the power terminal.
 Arrange the adapter as the right figure.
Adapter
3
Separate 1 terminal block from 5 terminal blocks which
are attached to RS485 communication terminal.
Then, connect centralized controller communication cable
(C1, C2) to the terminal block.(C1A, C2B)
4
Connect LAN cable to the Ethernet terminal of LonWorks
Gateway. Then arrange it using cable tie.
5
Fasten the bottom cover of LonWorks Gateway and fix it
using 2 screws.
Connect
communication
cable
Cable tie
LAN cable
Maximum 16 centralized controllers can be connected
to one LonWorks Gateway.
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Connecting Interface Module
1
Unfasten the 2 screws on the bottom of the LonWorks
Gateway front cover. Hold the bottom 2 sides of the
LonWorks Gateway and push downwards to slide open
the cover.
2
Connect the adapter to the power terminal.
 Arrange the adapter as the right figure.
Adapter
3
Separate 1 terminal block from 5 terminal blocks which
are attached to RS485 communication terminal.
Then, connect interface module communication cable(R1,
R2) to the terminal block.(R1A, R2B)
4
Connect LAN cable to the Ethernet terminal of LonWorks
Gateway. Then arrange it using cable tie.
5
Fasten the bottom cover of LonWorks Gateway and fix it
using 2 screws.
Connect
communication
cable
Cable tie
LAN cable
Maximum 80 interface modules can be connected to one
LonWorks Gateway.
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Installing the LonWorks Gateway (Continued)
Connecting SIM
1
Unfasten the 2 screws on the bottom of the LonWorks
Gateway front cover. Hold the bottom 2 sides of the
LonWorks Gateway and push downwards to slide open
the cover.
2
Connect the adapter to the power terminal.
 Arrange the adapter as the right figure.
Adapter
3
Separate 1 terminal block from 5 terminal blocks which
are attached to RS485 communication terminal.
Then, connect SIM communication cable
(C1, C2) to the terminal block. (C1A, C2B)
4
Connect LAN cable to the Ethernet terminal of LonWorks
Gateway. Then arrange it using cable tie.
5
Fasten the bottom cover of LonWorks Gateway and fix it
using 2 screws.
Connect
communication
cable
Cable tie
LAN cable
aximum 8 SIM units can be connected to one LonWorks
M
Gateway.
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Connecting LonWorks
1
Unfasten the 2 screws on the bottom of the LonWorks
Gateway front cover. Hold the bottom 2 sides of the
LonWorks Gateway and push downwards to slide open
the cover.
2
Connect the adapter to the power terminal.
 Arrange the adapter as the right figure.
Adapter
3
Separate Lon terminal block. Then, connect LonWorks
communication cable to the terminal block.
Connect
communication
cable
4
Connect LAN cable to the Ethernet terminal of LonWorks
Gateway. Then arrange it using cable tie.
5
Fasten the bottom cover of LonWorks Gateway and fix it
using 2 screws.
Cable tie
LAN cable
L onWorks communication cable should use the cable which fits to
the specification provided by Echelon.
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Installing the LonWorks Gateway (Continued)
Commision
Commision using Service Pin
To activate the Service Pin, press and hold [SET] button for more than three
seconds while time is displayed in the LCD Display window of the front side of
LonWorks Gateway.
Press and hold the [SET] button
for more than 3 seconds.
When you press Service Pin, Neuron ID will be sent and [SVC] LED of the front
panel will be lit up for a second.
You should correctly set up a network according to the installation and communication
environment and set the data processing system in advance.
This Gateway provides data for 128 indoor units. However, the connectable number of
indoor units can be different according to the number of items, communication cycle or
operating environment.
Do not connect a device requiring urgent control in the same network.
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Control and Monitoring Item

Functional classification by a device.
The functions provided can be different according to the type of the connected device.
Indoor
ERV
AHU Kit
1
nviOnOff
ON/OFF command
O
O
O
2
nviApplicMode
Setting operating mode
O
X
O
3
nviSetpoint
Setting desirable temperature
O
X
O
X
No
NV Name
Setting wind speed and direction
O
O
5
nviERVMode
Setting ERV operation mode
X
O
X
6
nviFilterReset
Filter reset command
O
O
O
7
nviUserLockout
Setting the restriction of remote control use
O
O
O
8
nviOccOpMode
Setting cooling only mode / Setting heating
only mode
O
X
O
9 nviCoolTempLock
10 nviHeatTempLock
11 nvoSpaceTemp
Setting the low temperature limit
O
X
O
Setting the high temperature limit
O
X
O
Display indoor temperature
O
X
O
12 nvoApplicMode
13 nvoSetpoint
Display operating mode
O
X
O
Display desire temperature
O
X
O
14 nvoOnOff
15 nvoFanStatus
Display ON/OFF status
O
O
O
Display wind speed and direction
O
O
X
16 nvoERVMode
17 nvoErrorCode
Display ERV operating mode
X
O
X
Display Error code
O
O
O
18 nvoDeviceAlarm
Remote control Lock, Filter Sign, Thermo
ON/OFF, Error occurrence status display
O
O
O
19 nvoOccOpMode
Cooling only/Heating only setup status
display
O
X
O
20 nvoCoolTempLock Low temperature limit setting status display
21 nvoHeatTempLock High temperature limit setting status display
O
X
O
O
X
O
22 nvoUserLockout
23 nvoEnergyConp
Display the restriction of remote control use
O
O
O
Display electricity usage (Time Period)
O
X
X
24 nvoEnergyCon
25 nvoRuntimep
Display electricity usage (Basic date)
O
X
X
Display used hours (Period)
O
X
O
26 nvoRuntime
Display used hours (Basic date)
O
X
O
27 nvoDevListDesc
The summary of device information
(Model, Address, Operation Status)
O
O
O
4
nviFanStatus
Remarks
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Installing the LonWorks Gateway (Continued)
 Although
the LonWorks Gateway can connect 128 units, the actual
number of available items can differ according to the number of
indoor units connected.
When the number of indoor units is increased, the number of
controllable items will be decreased; on the other hand, as the number
of indoor units decreases, the controllable items increase.
The functions provided can be different according to the type of the connected device.
Control and Monitoring
Item
The maximum number of
connectable indoor units.
27 items (All)
22
20 items
30
15 items
40
12 items
50
9 items
64
6 items
100
4 items
128
Remarks
In the case that 20 items can
be processed per a second
and data inquiry interval is 30
seconds.
 You
can freely choose the items.
number of items that can be processed will be different according
to the time interval that inquires about data at Human Machine Interface.
LonWorks Gateway can process 20 items of Acknowledged Service Type per
a second. Therefore, the amount of data that can be processed is decided
according to how frequently HMI inquires about the data and the number of
indoor units that can be connected is decided by this amount of data.
 The
* For example : In the case that HMI inquires about the 27 items of
Acknowledged Service Type by an indoor unit.
When HMI inquires for data at 30 seconds interval, 22 indoor
units can be connected, at 60 seconds interval 44 indoor units
can be connected, at 120 seconds interval 88 indoor units can be
connected.
 The
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renewal cycle can be different according to the provided NV.
Setting the LonWorks Gateway
LonWorks Gateway Connection and Login
Address bar
1
Click internet explorer icon(
2
When internet explorer window appears, enter IP address
(http://192.168.0.100) on the address bar then press
[ENTER].
3
If it is the first time to access LonWorks Gateway, “ Install
Microsoft Silverlight” message will appear.
 If Microsoft Silverlight have already installed, the screen
will not appear.
) twice on your computer.
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Setting the LonWorks Gateway (Continued)
4
4
Click [Run] button and continue installation.
After installation, access to LonWorks Gateway again.
Silverlight operates normally with Windows XP SP2 or later
version. It may not operate normally with previous version
of Windows.
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5
5
Enter ID and password when LonWorks Gateway main web page appears, Then click
[LOGIN]. If you click [Connect], you will be logged in with general user’s authority level.
 If you use accounts with general authorization level to login, you cannot use
the LonWorks Gateway settings.
 Depending on authorization level set by the administrator, access to some
functions may be restricted.
 You can change authorization level settings from System settings 
User authorization management.
 To use the LonWorks Gateway functions, you must login with the ID that is
included in administration group. Factory default LonWorks Gateway ID is
‘admin’ and password is ‘1234’.
Note
O
nly authorized users can access to web page.
C
onnection speed may slow down. Fewer than 5 concurrent users are
recommended.
 L onWorks Gateway manager should change ID and password for security and
management.
 L ogout: If you want to logout, click [LOGOUT] on the top of the menu. LonWorks
Gateway will be ended.
If you use accounts with authorization level lower than management group or accounts
with general authorization level, you cannot access LonWorks Gateway settings.
If you cannot access LonWorks Gateway, consult the manager.
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Setting the LonWorks Gateway (Continued)
6
6
If you login successfully, 'Control and Monitoring' screen
of DMS2 will appear.
Click [System Setting]➔[LonWorks configuration] menu to
switch to LonWorks Gateway.
If you use accounts with authorization level lower
than management group or accounts with general
authorization level, LonWorks configuration will not be
displayed on the menu.
If the LonWorks configuration menu does not appear,
consult the manager.
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7
7
If you access LonWorks Gateway, 'Device Configuration'
screen will appear initially.
 If you click [DMS2 Connect] button, screen will be
switched to initial screen of the DMS2.
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Reading EHP Watt-hour Meter
Setting and checking watt-hour meter
1
3
2
4
1
Click [Setting and Checking Watt-hour meter].
 You can change settings on watt-hour meter only when SIM interface module is
connected.
2
Click [Edit] from the 'Setting and checking Watt-hour meter' screen.
 CT proportion is set to ‘1’ as factory default value.
3
Set the [Name] and [CT proportion] for the watt-hour meter.
 You can use maximum 16 letters for name and only available special characters
are “.”, ”,”, ”_”, ”-“, and “space”.
 Value for CT proportion should be integer between range of 1 ~ 5000.
4
Click [Save].
 Changed settings will be saved to the LonWorks Gateway.
 If you do not click [Save] changed setting will not be saved.
5
Watt-hour meter value will display the actual value of electricity on the
corresponding watt-hour meter. Value will be updated automatically.
When using CT watt-hour meter, be careful that there can be difference with
actual power consumption as much as CT ratio error.
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Monthly baseline setting
2
1
Click [Setting and Checking Watt-hour meter].
2
Click [Edit] from the ‘Monthly baseline setting’ screen.
 You can make changes when list box enables.
3
Set the Monthly baseline setting.
 You can select from 1~31.
 If you select the last day of the month, it will
automatically set the last day of corresponding month
as baseline.
Ex) Last day of February: 28th or 29th
4
Click [Save].
 Changed settings will be saved to the LonWorks
Gateway.
 If you do not click [Save] changed setting will not be
saved.
4
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Reading EHP Watt-hour Meter (Continued)
Period setting
3
2
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4
1
Click [Setting and Checking Watt-hour meter].
2
Click [Edit] from the ‘Period setting’ screen.
 You can select checkbox to set period in daily or
monthly unit.
 If you select daily period setting, text box will be
enabled and you can enter the period in daily unit.
 If you select monthly period setting, you can select the
period in monthly unit.
3
Set the period
 If you set period in daily unit, you can set up to
maximum 90 days.
 If you set period in monthly unit, you can set up to
maximum 1 month.
4
Click [Save].
 Changed setting will be saved to LonWorks Gateway.
 If you do not click [Save], changed setting will not be
saved.
Channel setting by indoor unit
1
3
2
7
1
Click [Channel setting by indoor unit].
2
Click [Edit] from the ‘Channel setting by indoor unit’ screen.
3
Check the address and the channel information of the SIM/PIM interface module
which is connected to the watt-hour meter.
 If the SIM/PIM interface modules with addresses 0 ~ 7 executes tracking, it will be
displayed as 16~23 in LonWorks Gateway.
4
Check the information of indoor/outdoor unit which is connected to watt-hour
meter.
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Reading EHP Watt-hour Meter (Continued)
5
Check the SIM/PIM interface module channel (Watt-hour meter) information of
indoor/outdoor unit.
 You can set the channel when SIM/PIM interface module is installed in LonWorks
Gateway.
 When the indoor unit’s power is supplied from outdoor unit, set the ‘Outdoor unit
SIM/PIM channel’ information only. (‘Outdoor unit SIM/PIM channel’ is referring to
watt-hour meter which is connected to outdoor unit.)
 When the indoor unit’s power is supplied from source other than outdoor unit, set
the ‘Outdoor unit SIM/PIM channel’ and ‘Indoor unit SIM/PIM channel’ information.
(‘Indoor unit SIM/PIM channel’ is referring to watt-hour meter which is connected to
indoor unit.)
 Power distribution will be executed automatically. User does not need to check the
value of watt-hour meter.
6
Set indoor unit to execute power distribution.
 If you do not set the watt-hour meter information, the power distribution result of
the indoor unit will be displayed as ‘0’.
7
Click [Save].
 Changed setting will be saved to LonWorks Gateway.
 If you do not click [Save] changed setting will not be saved.
 Information of watt-hour meter connected to indoor/outdoor unit should be
accurate. If the watt-hour meter information is not accurate upon setting the
channel information of indoor unit, error may occur in the power distribution
result.
 You must set SIM/PIM channel information in the indoor unit if you want to
execute power distribution. If not, it means that you do not execute power
distribution and the power distribution result of the indoor unit will be ‘0’.
 If the information of watt-hour meter connected to indoor/outdoor unit is
changed, consult with installation enginner.
 LonWorks Gateway executes power distribution based on set information.
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System Setting Initialization
1
Press [Menu], [], [] or [Set] from the screen where IP and current time is
displayed.
 Main menu screen appears.
 Initialization is not possible in the screen where time information is
displayed.
192.168.0.100
06:12:13(AM)
2
Press [Menu]  []  []  []  [Menu] buttons in order from the main
menu screen.
 Caution will be displayed on LCD Display.
MAIN MENU
1.IP Config
3
Initialize LonWorks Gateway by clicking [Set] when caution phrase appears.
 If you press [Menu] button, system will return to main menu without
initialization.
Are you sure?
YES:Set, NO:Menu
When initializing system setting, all saved data in LonWorks Gateway will be
deleted. After initialization, you must aware that the saved data and IP address
will be reset to default factory setting.
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System Environment Setting
 You can set and check information about LonWorks Gateway installation and operation.
DMS network information
1
2
1
Click [System Environment Setting].
2
Click [Edit] from the ‘DMS network information’ section.
3
4
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3
When text boxes of IP, Subnet mask, Default gateway and DNS server are enabled.
Enter values for each item.
 15 letters can be entered for each item.
 Each item should match with the network address form.
4
Click [Save] button on the ‘DMS network information’ section.
5
5
When the pop-up window appears, click [OK].
6
If you click [OK], current internet explorer will be closed. Then you may run the
web browser again and access to LonWorks Gateway by entering the IP set and
saved manually.
Note  Factory setting is as follows.
1. IP address: 192.168.0.100
2. Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
3. Default gateway: 192.168.0.1
4. DNS server: 0.0.0.0
 Since LonWorks Gateway sets 192.168.0.254 as engineering IP internally, it
should be always available regardless of current IP.
 If several LonWorks Gateways are connected to single website, there can be
IP crash because same service engineer IP(192.168.0.254)is applied to each
LonWorks.
In this case, edit the service engineer IP by following below instructions and then
use the IP.
1. Run DOS command window by entering “cmd” from Windows “Start ➞ Run”.
2. Access to DMS by running “telnet 192.168.0.254”from DOS command window.
3. Enter ID/PASSWORD.
4. Edit “sysenv” file (IP setting related file) as below.
- Run “sudo vi /mnt/nand0/config/sysenv” from telnet connection screen.
- Find“IP2=192.168.0.254”and edit the IP as you want.
❈ Basic commands
‘i’- Modification is possible after entering
‘x’- Delete
Esc + “:wq” – End after saving.
- Restart
5. After editing you may access LonWorks Gateway with changed IP.
❈ There can be IP (192.168.0.254) crash if you execute above procedure when
several DMS units are connected. To check accurate operation, change the
service IP after installing each LonWorks Gateway.
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System Environment Setting (Continued)
System time
1
3
2
1
Click [System Environment Setting].
2
Click [Edit] from the 'System time' section.
3
Enter system time when text boxes enables.
 You can only enter numbers.
 Year: You can enter from 1980 to 2035.
 Month: You can enter from 1 to 12.
 Day: You can enter from 1 to 31.
 Hour: You can enter from 0 to 23.
 Minute: You can enter from 0 to 59.
 Second: You can enter from 0 to 59.
4
Click [Save] button on the 'System time' section.
4
5
5
When the pop-up window appears, click [OK].
 When message with “Reading data from DMS. Please wait” appears saving is
completed. Then, 'System Environment Setting' screen appears again with all items
disabled.
Note
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System time reflects set current value.
Selecting the language
1
2
1
Click [System Environment Setting].
2
Click [Edit] from the 'Select language' section.
3
Select a language you want and click [Save].
4
When the pop-up window appears, click [OK]. LonWorks Gateway will restart and
the system will be changed to selected language.
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System Environment Setting (Continued)
Selecting the contact point control pattern
1
3
2
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4
1
Click [System Environment Setting].
2
Click [Edit] from the 'Select the contact point control pattern' section.
3
Select the pattern you want to check when checkboxes enables.
 Pattern 1: No operation will be made when inputting contact control signal.
 Pattern 2[Level (Emergency stop)]: Commands to stop all operation of indoor unit
(except DDC) and disable remote control when inputting contact control signal.
In level emergency stop status, it will not be controllable even if the command is
from upper controller.
 Pattern 3[Level (Operation/Stop)]: Level signal input timing. It changes operation/
stop status of all indoor units.
 Pattern 4[Pulse (Operation/Stop, Disable/Enable)]: Pulse signal. It changes
operation/stop status of all indoor units.
4
When pattern is selected, click [Save].
5
5
When the pop-up window appears, click [OK].
 When message with “Reading data from DMS. Please wait” appears saving is
completed. Then, 'System Environment Setting' screen appears again with all items
disabled.
Note
Contact point control pattern is set to pattern 1 as factory default.
For extension purpose, LonWorks Gateway has total of 10 DI/DO ports. Contact
control and output function is assigned to Ch1 and Ch2. Ch3~Ch10 will be
assigned to additional functions. For proper contact control, connect with Ch1
and Ch2.
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System Environment Setting (Continued)
Contact point control pattern
Pattern
Pattern1
Control
▶No external input (Factory default setting)
When you input contact control signal in port 1, there will be no response.
▶L evel input (Emergency stop)
1. If the contact control signal is changed to ON, emergency stop status and all the
indoor units are given ‘Stop’ command, and controlling using remote controller is
impossible.
2. During the emergency stop, the DMS2 will ignore any request from the upper
controllers.
Pattern2
3. During the emergency stop, the DMS2 will ignore previously set schedules.
4. When the contact control signal changes from ON to OFF, DVM goes into normal
operation status and returns to the remote control status before emergency stop.
5. Even if the contact control signal of port 1 changes from ON to OFF, there will be no
change to the indoor unit.
6. When you input contact control signal in port 2, there will be no response.
▶Level input (Operation/Stop, Remote control Enable/Disable)
1. If the contact signal of port 1 changes from OFF to ON, all indoor units will be given
‘Operation‘ command.
2. If the contact signal of port 1 changes from ON to OFF, all indoor units will be given
‘Stop‘ command.
3. If the contact signal of port 2 is OFF, you cannot control all indoor units using
remote controller.
Pattern3
4. If the contact signal of port 2 changes from OFF to ON, you can control all indoor
units using remote controller.
5. If the contact signal of port 2 changes from ON to OFF, you cannot control all indoor
units using remote controller.
6. Control command from the upper controller will be operated regardless of the
contact point status.
7. DVM system control using Schedule control will be operated regardless of the
contact point status.
▶P
ulse input (Operation/Stop)
1. Valid pulse duration for input signal is 0.5~1.0 second.
DMS2 ignores the signal which has shorter than 0.5 second duration, longer than
1.0 second Pulse width.
2. When Pulse input signal is ON in Port 1. all indoor units will be given ‘Operation‘
command.
Pattern4
3. When Pulse input signal is ON in Port 2. all indoor units will be given ‘Stop‘
command.
4. DVM control command from the upper controller will be operated regardless of
Pulse input signal.
5. DVM system control using Schedule control will be operated regardless of
Pulse input signal.
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DI(Digital Input) Circuitry according to Control
Switch Pattern

P
attern 2 (May be used for connection with a fire sensor)
DMS2
Emergency Stop/Resume Operation
CH1
CH2

No Connection
P
attern 3 (External contact signal control)
DMS2
Operation/Stop A/C
CH1
Enable/Disable remote control
CH2

P
attern 4 (Pulse signal control)
DMS2
CH1
CH2
A/C
Operation
A/C
Stop
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Tracking
 W
hat is tracking?
Tracking is an operation that finds devices connected to LonWorks Gateway.
Through tracking operation, devices will be recognize if they are connected to LonWorks
Gateway.
To supervise and control system air conditioner using LonWorks Gateway, tracking should be
done first.
 T hings you can do through tracking
Checking the number of devices installed, setting communication mode for each channel,
DVM tracking, Renaming and setting ports is possible through tracking.
 E xecute tracking
(1) C
onnect DVM device to COM1~COM5.
(2) S et communication mode for each channel.
- Set proper communication mode which fits to the devices connected in step (1).
- Be aware that if communication mode is not properly set, the device may not be found
through tracking.
(3) E xecute tracking - Execute DVM tracking.
- DVM tracking is an operation that finds system air conditioner devices such as
indoor/outdoor unit and watt-hour meter.
(4) S etting name for each device.
- You can set name for connected device. Set the names to help you recognize the location
of the device easily.
 C
ommunication mode setting for each channel
Roles
- It records what devices are connected to COM1~ COM5 of LonWorks Gateway.
- Through tracking, LonWorks Gateway searches proper devices that fits to user’s setting.
- Select proper communication mode which fits to connected device.
What is communication mode?
- Interface module, centralized controller, SIM interface modules and Watt-hour meter
interface modules can be connected to LonWorks Gateway.
- LonWorks Gateway can use only the device assigned for each COM port.
- Communicational devices by communication mode is as follows.
▶ Interface module : Interface module, SIM interface modules, Watt-hour interface modules.
▶ Centralized controller mode : C
entralized controller, SIM interface modules,
Watt-hour interface modules.
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Setting communication mode for each channel
1
2
1
Click [Device Configuration].
2
Click [Edit] from the 'Communication mode by channel' screen.
 [Edit] button will be switched to [Cancel].
 All selection buttons will be enabled. However, the channels with searched device
maintain its button in disabled status.
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Tracking (Continued)
3
4
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3
When each channel is enabled, check the communication mode you want to set
for each channel.
 You cannot change the communication mode of channel which has currently
connected device.
 If you set interface module as communication mode, tracking/monitoring/
controlling interface module and SIM interface module is possible.
 If you set centralized controller as communication mode, tracking/monitoring/
controlling centralized controller and SIM interface module is possible.
4
Click [Save] after setting is completed.
 If you click [Cancel], check boxes will be disabled and [Cancel] button will switch to
[Edit].
5
When message with “Reading data from DMS. Please wait” appears saving is
completed. Then, 'System Environment Setting' screen appears again with all items
disabled.
DVM Tracking
1
2
1
Click [Device Configuration].
2
Click [DVM Tracking].
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Tracking (Continued)
3
4
5
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3
Enter administrator’s password.
4
Click [OK].
5
When tracking information window pops up, check it and click [OK] to continue.
 Tracking will be executed regarding on the communication mode set from
'Communication mode by channel' section.
 Channels with communication mode set to Interface module, tracking will be
executed on the interface modules within range of D0~DF and SIM interface
modules.
 Channels with communication mode set to Centralized controller, tracking will be
executed on centralized controller and SIM interface module.
6
Pop-up window with message “Tracking is in progress. Please wait.” will appear.
 Tracking takes from few seconds to 3 minutes. However, it may vary depending on
the number of installed controllers.
7
7
Message will appear to alert that tracking is completed. Select the zone initializing
mode and click [OK].
 No initialization: No zone information initialization will be made.
 Individual initialization: Initialize zone information as individual mode.
 Group initialization: Initialize zone information as group mode.
8
Page will be refreshed by clicking [OK]. Then you can check the tracking result.
Note
 If tracking is executed successfully with interface module set for communication mode
setting for each channel, virtual centralized controller will be assigned to each channel.
 For the address of the virtual centralized controller, Channel 0 will be set to 11,
Channel 1 to 12, Channel 2 to 13, channel 3 to 14 and channel 4 to 15.
 If there is existing communication channel for interface module, tracking for centralized
controller will be limited to range of 0 ~ 10.
 If there is no searched interface modules, centralized controllers or SIM interface
modules, it is regarded as DVM tracking failure.
 If there are devices which have same address, only first searched device will be
registered.
 The number of centralized controller contains the number of virtual centralized
controller
which is used in interface module communication.
 The number of indoor unit contains the number of indoor unit, ERV and AHU kit.
 If you execute tracking, system setting will be initialized.
If tracking result does not match with actual installation information, there can be
critical error in additional functions such as power distribution.
Make sure that tracking information matches to actual installation information
after tracking.
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Device Configuration
Disconnect all devices
Function
Initialize searched device status in LonWorks Gateway.
Monitoring and controlling of all the connected devices to LonWorks Gateway will be
stopped when you use this function.
◆ Connect searched device to the other channel and execute tracking. If the other device is
searched in the channel you want to use, use ‘Disconnect all devices’function.
◆ If you use this function, LonWorks Gateway device connection status will be initialized.
1
2
3
4
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1
Click [Device Configuration].
2
Click [Disconnect all devices].
3
Enter administrator’s password.
4
Click [OK].
5
5
When the information window pops up, you must check the information and click
[OK] to continue.
6
When message with “Reading data from DMS. Please wait” appears and all the devices
are disconnected, page will be refreshed.
Note
 After executing 'Disconnect all device function', device search status of LonWorks
Gateway will be initialized.
 You should execute tracking again after using disconnect all devices function.
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Device Configuration (Continued)
Checking and changing the Object ID
3
List of equipment connected to LonWorks can be checked when the tracking is
completed.
1
Device Type, Address, Name and Object ID will appear.
2
Object IDs are assigned in order from 1 to 128 when initial tracking is executed.
3
If you want to change the Object ID, click [Edit] and change the Object ID of the
applicable device.
 The Object ID can not be used for more than one piece of device.
 Object ID can be entered between 1 ~ 128.
 Device without an Object ID can not transfer its information to LonWorks.
 Object ID does not appear if there are more than 128 indoor units.
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Checking device information
1
1
Click one of the Addresses from ‘Address’ colum.
 Detail information of the selected device will be displayed in device information.
 User can directly input and change the value of the input type information.
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Device Configuration (Continued)
2
Click [Edit] from the ‘Device Information’ screen.
3
Enter the new value when the input field activates.
 When entering the new value, enter the value complying with NV type form.
 New value should be within the allowable range according to NV.
 Refer to LonWorks Message Definition for the input format and the allowable range.
4
Click [Save] when setting is completed.
 A. When clicking [cancel], texts become inactive and the [cancel] will be switched
to [change].
5
When the message with ‘Reading data from DMS. Please wait’ and saving is
completed, device information page will be displayed again with all the items
inactivated.
Note
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4
2
 T
he value of the Input item represents the current status of the device.
Therefore, value may be different from the final status controlled by LonWorks
MMI.
 S ome values cannot be altered depending on their connection to a type of
device (Indoor unit, ERV, AHU kit).
6
Check the current value of the Output.
The current value indicates the current status of indoor unit(ERV) and the value
can be different due to synchronization delay with LonWorks MMI and data
conversion.
 Refer to LonWorks Message Definition for device information display for each
device.
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Overview for Function
 Followings are the NV lists of indoor unit(ERV/AHU kit) supported by LonWorks Gateway.
1) nvi type - Data setting is allowed
2) nvo type - Data setting is not allowed
Please refer to Message Definition for Setting value.
1. Indoor Unit(ERV/AHU Kit) Objects
No.
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NV Name
NV Type
Remarks
1
nviOnOff
SNVT_switch
ON/OFF command
2
nviApplicMode
SNVT_hvac_mode
Setting operating mode
3
nviSetpoint
SNVT_temp_p
Setting desirable temperature
4
nviFanStatus
SNVT_switch
Setting wind speed and direction
5
nviERVMode
SNVT_count
Setting ERV operation mode
6
nviFilterReset
SNVT_switch
Filter reset command
7
nviUserLockout
SNVT_switch
Setting the restriction of remote control use
8
nviOccOpMode
SNVT_switch
Setting cooling only mode / Setting heating
only mode
9
nviCoolTempLock
SNVT_switch
Setting the low temperature limit
10
nviHeatTempLock
SNVT_switch
Setting the high temperature limit
11
nvoSpaceTemp
SNVT_temp_p
Display indoor temperature
12
nvoApplicMode
SNVT_hvac_mode
Display operating mode
13
nvoSetpoint
SNVT_temp_p
Display desire temperature
14
nvoOnOff
SNVT_switch
Display ON/OFF status
15
nvoFanStatus
SNVT_switch
Display wind speed and direction
16
nvoERVMode
SNVT_count
Display ERV operating mode
17
nvoErrorCode
SNVT_count
Display Error code
18
nvoDeviceAlarm
SNVT_state
Remote control Lock, Filter Sign, Thermo
ON/OFF, Error occurrence status display
19
nvoOccOpMode
SNVT_switch
Cooling only/Heating only setup status
display
20
nvoCoolTempLock
SNVT_switch
Low temperature limit setting status display
21
nvoHeatTempLock
SNVT_switch
High temperature limit setting status display
22
nvoUserLockout
SNVT_switch
Display the restriction of remote control use
23
nvoEnergyConp
SNVT_elec_kwh_l
Display electricity usage (Time Period)
24
nvoEnergyCon
SNVT_elec_kwh_l
Display electricity usage (Basic date)
25
nvoRuntimep
SNVT_time_hour
Display used hours (Period)
26
nvoRuntime
SNVT_time_hour
Display used hours (Basic date)
27
nvoDevListDesc
SNVT_str_asc
The summary of device information
(Model, Address, Operation Status)
2. DMS system Objects
No.
NV Name
NV Type
Remarks
1
nviDigitalOut[6]
SNVT_ switch
Control Digital output of DMS
2
nviAllOff
SNVT_hvac_emerg
Control all indoor unit / ERV OFF
3
nvoDigitalOut[6]
SNVT_ switch
Display Digital output status of DMS
4
nvoDigitalIn[8]
SNVT_ switch
Display Digital input status of DMS
5
nvoSystemLock
SNVT_switch
Display System Lock status of DMS
6
nvoDMSAlarm
SNVT_ count
Display communication error of the sub
device connected to DMS
7
nvoSystemAlarm
SNVT_ count
3. Configuration Properties
No.
NV Name
NV Type
Remarks
1
nciSndHrtBt
SNVT_time_sec
SCPTmaxSendTime
2
nciMinOutTm
SNVT_time_sec
SCPTminSendTime
Minimum Send Time
3
nciMinDeltaTemp
SNVT_temp_p
SCPTminDeltaTemp
Min. difference before update
4
nciDelayStatrup
SNVT_time_sec
SCPTpwrupDelay
Delay time after a power-up
Send Heartbeat
<Unused Network Variables>
The network variable listed below do exist within our XIF file. However, they are not
explained in this document. They are exclusively intended for internal testing purpose
and should not be used by a user.
◆ nvlVolt
◆ nvoVoltFb
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Network Parameter Chart
Indoor/ERV/AHU kit objects
SSACIndoor[nn](object id = 1-128)
nvoSpaceTemp
SNVT_temp_p
nviOnOff
SNVT_switch
nviApplicMode
SNVT_hvac_mode
nviSetPoint
SNVT_temp_p
nviFanStatus
SNVT_switch
nviERVMode
SNVT_count
nviFilterReset
SNVT_switch
nvoApplicMode
SNVT_hvac_mode
nvoSetPoint
SNVT_temp_p
nvoOnOff
SNVT_switch
nvoFanStatus
SNVT_switch
nvoERVMode
SNVT_count
nvoErrorCode
SNVT_count
nvoDeviceAlarm
SNVT_state
nviUserLockout
SNVT_switch
nvoOccOpMode
SNVT_switch
nviOccOpMode
SNVT_switch
nvoCoolTempLock
SNVT_switch
nviCoolTempLock
SNVT_switch
nviHeatlTempLock
SNVT_switch
nvoHeatTempLock
SNVT_switch
nvoUserLockout
SNVT_switch
nvoEnergyConp
SNVT_elec_kwh_l
nvoEnergyCon
SNVT_elec_kwh_l
nvoRuntimep
SNVT_time_hour
nvoRuntime
SNVT_time_hour
nvoDevListDesc
SNVT_str_asc
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DMS system objects
SSACSystem(object id = 129)
nvoDigitalOut[6]
SNVT_switch
nviDigitalOut[6]
SNVT_switch
nvoDigitalIn[8]
SNVT_switch
nviAllOff
SNVT_hvac_emerg
nvoSystemLock
SNVT_switch
nvoDMSAlarm
SNVT_count
nvoSystemAlarm
SNVT_count
Configuration Properties
nciSndHrtBt
nciMinOutTm
nciMinDeltaTemp
nciDelayStatrup
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Message Definition
Data for Indoor Device
nvoSpaceTemp(11)
Description
SNVT Type
Value and operation
Indoor temperature
SNVT_temp_p: Signed Long, 2 bytes
Range: -10.00°C ~ 50.00°C
nvoApplicMode(12), nviApplicMode(2)
Description
SNVT Type
Value and operation
Operation Mode status
SNVT_hvac_mode: Enumeration(hvac_t)
0: HVAC_AUTO
1: HVAC_HEAT
3: HVAC_COOL
6: HVAC_OFF
9: HVAC_FAN_ONLY
14: HVAC_DEHUMID
❈ Invalid Value: Automatically set as HVAC_AUTO
nvoSetpoint(13), nviSetpoint(3)
Description
SNVT Type
Value and operation
Set Temperature
SNVT_temp_p: Signed Long, 2 bytes
Cool: 18.0°C ~ 30.0°C, Heat: 16.0°C ~ 30.0°C
❈ Invalid Value: Automatically set up as minimum or
maximum value.
❈W
hen setting temperature, only an integer value is
applied. A decimal point is ignored.
nvoOnOff(14), nviOnOff(1)
Description
SNVT Type
Value and operation
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Power ON/OFF status
SNVT_switch: Unsigned/signed Short
OFF
ON
Value
0.0
100.0
State
0
1
nvoFanStatus(15), nviFanStatus(4)
Description
SNVT Type
Value and operation
Fan Speed and direction
SNVT_switch: Unsigned/signed Short
Auto
Low
Mid
High
Eco
Turbo
Auto
Value
0.0
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
Any>5.0
State
-
Stop
Up-Down
-
0
1
❈ S upporting modes are different according to indoor units.
- Indoor unit: Auto, Low, Mid, High
- ERV : Mid, High, Turbo
- AHU Kit: High
* When an indoor unit operation mode is Auto or Dehumid,
Fan speed is controlled as ‘Auto’.
* When an indoor unit operation mode is FAN ONLY, ‘Auto’
cannot be controlled by Fan speed.
nvoERVMode(16), nviERVMode(5)
Description
SNVT Type
Value and operation
ERV Operation Mode
SNVT_count: Unsigned Long, 2 bytes
( 0: Auto )
1: H/R
( 2: Air purification )
3: Sleep
4: Normal
❈ ( ) : Function that is not supported now.
nvoErrorCode(17)
Description
SNVT Type
Value and operation
Error Code
SNVT_count: Unsigned Long, 2 bytes
Valid Range: 0 ~ 999
00 00 → No Error
Refer to list of Error code
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Message Definition (Continued)
nvoDeviceAlarm(18)
Description
SNVT Type
1. Remote control restriction status
2. Filter alert status
3. Thermo On/Off status
4. Error alert Status
SNVT_state: 16 Unsigned Bitfields
Byte
Flags_1
Value and operation
Byte
Bit8
0
0
1
Bit7
0
1
0
Operation
Unlock
Lever1
Lock
Bit
value
0
1
0
1
0
1
Operation
No alarm
Alarm
Thermo Off
Thermo On
No Error
Error
2
Flags_2
1
0
Remark
nvoUserLockout
Remark
nvoFilterAlarm
Thermo On/Off
nvoErrorCode
nvoOccOpMode(19), nviOccOpModeCmd(8)
Description
SNVT Type
Value and operation
Operation Mode restriction
SNVT_switch: Unsigned/singed Short
Unlock
Cool only
Heat only
Value
0.0
1.0
2.0
State
0
1
1
nvoCoolTempLock(20), nviCoolTempLock(9)
Description
SNVT Type
Value and operation
Setting/monitoring Lower limit temperature
and function toggle
SNVT_switch: Unsigned/singed Short
Operation
Unlock
Lock
Value
18.0 ~ 30.0
18.0 ~ 30.0
Cool: 18.0°C ~ 30.0°C
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State
0
1
nvoHeatTempLock(21), nviHeatTempLock(10)
Description
SNVT Type
Value and operation
Setting/monitoring upper limit temperature
and function toggle
SNVT_switch: Unsigned/signed Short
Operation
Unlock
Lock
Value
16.0 ~ 30.0
16.0 ~ 30.0
State
0
1
Heat: 16.0°C ~ 30.0°C
nvoEnergyConp(23)
Description
SNVT Type
Value and operation
Electric consumption value within the period
SNVT_elec_kwh_I: Signed Quad, 4bytes
Raw range: 0 ~ 999999
Resolution: 0.1
nvoEnergyCon(24)
Description
SNVT Type
Value and operation
Electric consumption value after baselin
SNVT_elec_kwh_I: Signed Quad, 4bytes
Raw range: 0 ~ 999999
Resolution: 0.1
nvoRunTimep(25)
Description
SNVT Type
Value and operation
Indoor unit usage within the period
SNVT_time_hour: Signed Long, 2bytes
Raw range: 0 ~ 65535
nvoRunTime(26)
Description
SNVT Type
Value and operation
Indoor unit usage after baseline
SNVT_time_hour: Signed Long, 2bytes
Raw range: 0 ~ 65535
❈ Energy consumption and Runtime are the accumulated value
during the user setting period.
❈ The data above is for reference so you can not use them for
official billing.
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Message Definition (Continued)
nviFilterReset(6)
Description
SNVT Type
Value and operation
Filter alert reset
SNVT_switch: Unsigned/singed Short
Value
0.0
100.0
State
0
1
Operation
No Action
Filter Reset
remark
nviUserLockout(7), nvoUserLockout(22)
Description
SNVT Type
Value and operation
Remote control restriction
SNVT_switch: Unsigned/singed Short
Value
0.0
100.0
100.0
State
0
1
2
Operation
Unlock
Level 1
Lock
remark
nvoDevListDesc(27)
Description
SNVT Type
Value and operation
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Device Information
SNVT_str_asc: Unsigned Character Array, 31bytes
Refer to Expansion of nvoDevListDesc
Expansion of nvoDevListDesc
desription
[0]
Model information
[6]
Separator
Underbar(_)
[7]
[8]
Centralized controller
address
Alphabet or digit
Alphabet or digit
[9]
Separator
Period(.)
[10]
[11]
Alphabet or digit
Interface Module address
Alphabet or digit
[12]
Separator
Period(.)
Indoor Unit Address
Alphabet or digit
Alphabet or digit
[15]
Separator
Underbar(_)
[16]
Unit type
0: indoor unit, 1: AHU, 2: ERV
[17]
Separator
Underbar(_)
[18]
Operation mode
DMS Format
0: Auto, 1: Cool, 2: Dehumid,
3: Fan, 4: Heat
[19]
ON/OFF
0, 1
[20]
Fan speed
0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
[21]
Fan Swing
0, 1
[22]
Error
0, 1
[23]
Separator
Underbar(_)
setPoint temperate
Second significant digit
First significant digit
First decimal place
[28] Space temperate(*)
Second significant digit
First significant digit
First decimal place
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[13]
[14]
ascii.
character
Alphabet or digit
Alphabet or digit
Alphabet or digit
Alphabet or digit
Alphabet or digit
Alphabet or digit
[24]
[25]
[26]
[27]
[29]
[30]
Null padding
value
0
095
046
046
095
095
095
048
(*) If the value is a negative number, it is displayed as sign, 10-digit, single-digit.
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Message Definition (Continued)
Data for DMS System
nvoDigitalOut(3), nviDigitalOut(1)
Description
SNVT Type
Value and operation
Digital output status on DMS
SNVT_switch: Unsigned/singed Short
OFF
ON
Value
0.0
100.0
State
0
1
nvoDigitalIn(4)
Description
SNVT Type
Value and operation
Digital Input status on DMS
SNVT_switch: Unsigned/singed Short
OFF
ON
Value
0.0
100.0
State
0
1
nvoSystemLock(5)
Description
SNVT Type
Value and operation
System lock status of DMS(only monitoring available)
SNVT_switch: Unsigned/singed Short
Unlock
Lock
Value
0.0
100.0
State
0
1
nvoDMSAlarm(6)
Description
SNVT Type
Value and operation
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DMS Alarm
SNVT_count : Unsigned Long, 2 bytes
0 : Normal
8 : Emergency stop
105 : Tracing in progress
108 : Tracking failed
109 : Lon Module ↔ DMS2 communication Error
110 : Object ID Update
nvoSystemAlarm(7)
Description
SNVT Type
Value and operation
SIM/PIM Communication Error Code
SNVT_count: Unsigned Long, 2 bytes
SIM/PIM Communication Error Refer to list of Error code
nviAllOff(2)
Description
All indoor units turn off
SNVT Type
Enumeration, emerg_t
Value and operation
0 : EMERG_NORMAL
4 : EMERG_SHUTDOWN
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Message Definition (Continued)
Configuration Properties
Overview
This document provides information on all configuration properties defined for
LonWorks Gateway device. For the sake of simplicity, although the configuration
properties are defined to UFPTSSACSystem functional block, they are shared
among the members of UFPTSSACIndoor functional blocks.
Configuration Properties Table
No
CPNV Name
SCPT Reference
SNVT Type
Resolution
1
nciSndHrtBt
SCPTmaxSendTime
SNVT_time_sec
0.1
2
nciMinOutTm
SCPTminSendTime
SNVT_time_sec
0.1
3
nciMinDeltaTemp
SCPTminDeltaTemp
SNVT_temp_p
0.01
4
nciDelayStartup
SCPTpwrUpDelay
SNVT_time_sec
0.1
Details of Configuration Properties
Send Heartbeat
This configuration property defines the maximum period of time that expires
before the specified network variable outputs will automatically be updated.
The associated network variable will also be transmitted as a heartbeat output
on a regular basis as dictated by the Maximum Send Time (nciSndHrtBt)
configuration value.
Valid Range
The valid range is any value between 0.0 sec and 6,553.4 sec. Setting nciSndHrtBt
= 0.0 (default value) disables the Send Heartbeat mechanism.
Recommendations
If required, especially in an event-driven update for monitoring, set a value
greater than the default update rate (currently, 10s).
Associate Values
nvoDMSAlarm, nvoSystemAlarm.
Minimum Send Time
This configuration property defines the minimum period of time between
automatic network variable output transmissions. The associated network
variable will be updated no faster than the Minimum Send Time (nciMinOutTm)
configuration value.
Valid Range
The valid range is any value between 0.0 sec and 6,553.4 sec. Setting
nciMinOutTm = 0.0 (default value) disables the Minimum Send Time mechanism.
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Recommendations
If required, set a value greater than the default update rate (currently, 10s). Any smaller
value does not yield a change in the update pattern.
Associate Values
nvoSpaceTemp, nvoSetPoint
Minimum Temperature Change
This configuration property sets the minimum temperature change required before
the associated output network variable is updated. The associate network variable
will not be updated unless the change is greater than or equal to the Minimum
Temperature Change (nciMinDeltaTemp) configuration value.
Valid Range
The valid range is any value between -273.17ºC and 327.66ºC. Setting
nciMinDeltaTemp = 0.0 (default value) disables the Minimum Temperature Change
mechanism.
Recommendations
If required, set a value greater than 0.1 degree in Celsius. Also, consider the maximum
of the typical operating range which is 50 degree in Celsius.
Associate Values
nvoSpaceTemp, nvoSetPoint
Start-Up Delay
This configuration property controls the minimum period of time that expires before
outputs are retransmitted. It also is the minimum amount of elapsed time after a
power-up or re-establishment of communications before a control action takes
place. This can be used to account for the settle-down time of a network.
All of the output network variable will be updated no faster than the Start-Up Delay
(nciDelayStartup) configuration value. Also, the heartbeat mechanism will not be
enabled unless the elapsed time passes the Start-Up Delay, if used.
Valid Range
The valid range is any value between 0.0 sec and 6,553.4 sec. Setting nciDelayStartup
= 0.0 disables the Start-Up Delay mechanism.
Associate Values
All output network variables
Recommendations
If required, set a value greater than 1 minute which is a settle-down time of the
installed device.
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