CONTROLRa

CONTROLRa
CONTROL Room
Room product for Swegon’s WISE system for demand-controlled ventilation
Version a (CONTROL Ra)
CONTROL Room
Quick facts
►► Room control against temperature, CO2, mm
Quick selection
CONTROL Room
►► Static pressure and flow measurement
►► Shut-off-capable damper to tightness class 4 (rectangular version to class 3)
►► Slave control via Modbus and Super WISE
►► Available in an insulated version
►► Available in sizes Ø100 to Ø500 mm and the
most common rectangular duct dimensions up to
1600x700 mm
►► Enclosure Class IP30
►► To be mounted at a distance ≥ 2 times the duct diameter downstream of a duct bend or T-piece.
Min*)
35
dB(A)**)
Max***)
100
8
40
80
125
12
60
120
160
20
90
200
200
30
120
315
250
50
180
490
315
80
220
780
400
125
370
1260
500
195
550
1940
Size
►► Position-independent
Airflow (l/s)
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A tolerance of 20% applies to the min. airflow.
**)Airflow is 35 dB(A) and Ps = 50 Pa with a damping of
c:a 5 dB in the diffuser.
***)Max. flow is specified at 10 m/s, both system and flank sound must especially be taken into special consideration.
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Content
Quick facts.................................................................... 1
Quick selection............................................................. 1
Technical description........................................... 3
Design............................................................................ 3
Functions for room application........................................ 3
Materials and finish......................................................... 3
Commissioning............................................................... 3
Maintenance................................................................... 3
Declarations.................................................................... 3
Project planning – Room applications........................ 4
Electrical connections of the room damper...................... 5
Installation...................................................................... 6
Sizing.................................................................... 7
Circular design.............................................................. 7
Sizing diagram.............................................................. 8
CONTROL Room – duct installation................................. 8
Rectangular design...................................................... 9
Sizing diagram................................................................ 9
Sound power level.......................................................... 9
Airflow capacity............................................................ 10
Ordering key...................................................... 12
Product......................................................................... 12
Specification text.......................................................... 12
Accessories......................................................... 13
SLAVE Room slave unit................................................. 13
DETECT Quality............................................................. 14
LINK Modbus................................................................ 14
DETECT Occupancy....................................................... 15
ACTUATOR................................................................... 16
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Technical description
Design
CONTROL Room is available as standard in circular sizes
100-500 mm. The rectangular variants are designed as
louvre dampers and are obtainable in most sizes available
on the market up to size 1600 x 700 mm. The circular
variant is also available in an insulated version. The circular
sizes have a damper that can shut off the airflow to tightness class 4, rectangular in tightness class 3, degree of
protection IP30. CONTROL Room is supplied completely
mounted and configured for the relevant function.
Functions for room application
The ventilation and warming of rooms with:
CONTROL Room
• Wireless room sensor with set-point adjustment and
service functions, included on delivery
• Control against temperature, CO2, content and window
contact
• Airflow regulation for primary cooling or ventilation
• Heat regulation in sequence with cooling regulation
• Two stage cooling with water in a second stage, provision for condensation monitoring
• Slave airflow regulation with SLAVE Room
• Emergency settings open or closed via Modbus RTU
• Night-time cooling operation via Modbus RTU
• Presence detector, for switching to teh economy mode
when the room is not in use
• Built-in relay for control of the lighting or the fan in the
cooling unit
• Wireless hand-held terminal for making checks and the
setting of values
Figure 1. CONTROL Room for rectangular ducts.
Materials and finish
The sheet metal parts are made of galvanized sheet steel.
All the plastic parts are complete free of PVC. PC plastic is
the main material used.
Commissioning
CONTROL Room is normally preset from the factory,
therefore no adjustment is necessary. Follow-up programming can be carried out using the TUNE Control
hand-held terminal or via Modbus RTU. In the systems
with Super WISE, the network needed for communication
downward will be automatically identified.
Maintenance
Dirty products must be cleaned by wiping.
Figure 2. In room applications, the TUNE Control should be
mounted on the wall to operate as a wireless unit or wired unit
connected with a LINK Modbus RJ12.
Declarations
Declaration of Construction Materials is available for
download from www.swegon.com.
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Project planning – Room applications
In the FSFE version, CONTROL Room has numerous
controlling and regulating functions for controlling the
climate in a room.
Electrical data
The data apply to CONTROL Room and SLAVE Room
only. For particulars of the connected accessories, see the
separate data for these.
Controlling:
• Room temperature, with set point displacement
• Air quality, CO2
• Presence detector
• Window contact
Supply voltage
Regulating:
• Airflow for cooling or ventilating for achieving the right
air quality
• Water for cooling in a second stage
• Water or electric radiator for heating in sequence
• Fan operation in the second stage, or lighting
Transformer sizing:
One CONTROL Room can slave control a SLAVE Room (1)
for extract air; the extract air flow settings are separate.
The TUNE Control wireless room unit is always supplied
for CONTROL Room. TUNE Control can be connected
with LINK Modbus if coil operation is undesirable, max
50m RJ12 cable, AWG 28. If a wired room terminal is
used, in larger rooms you can install two of terminals
which then contribute toward obtaining a mean room
temperature reading for the control system. All regulation
takes place in sequence, however the air quality signal
oversteers the heating and cooling sequences. It is possible to use a separate temperature sensor in the extract
air for control of the room temperature. In this situation,
the TUNE Control room unit should be disconnected since
it no longer has any function.
CONTROL R
17 VA
Cable rating
0.4 A
CONTROL R with SLAVE Room
26 VA
Cable rating
0,6 A
Built-in fuse
4A
Ambient temperature:
Operation
Storage
Humidity
Accessories
Accuracy
10
-20°C – +50°C
max. 90% RH, non-condensing
0-10 VDC
±0.05 V
Output for damper motor:
Output voltage area
0-10 DC
Accuracy
±0.05 V
Output for heating valve
24 V AC on/off 72 VA
Output for cooling valve
24 V AC on/off 72 VA
Alternative heating valve
24 V AC 0-10V DC
Alternative cooling valve
24 V AC 0-10V DC
Network protocol
Connection Modbus 1 & 2
Connection Modbus 2 & 3.1-2
Standard
1
0°C – +50°C
Inputs for
Transceiver
9
24 V AC ±10 %, 50-60 Hz
Modbus RTU
RTU Slave
RTU Master
TIA/EIA-485
38 400 bps, 8, 1, None
2
8
5
4
3
6
7
vv
Figure 3. Room functions
Key to the digits used in the figure:
1 = CONTROL Room FSFE, to be installed in the supply air system
2 = SLAVE Room, to be installed in the extract air system
3 = TUNE Control room terminal, temp. sensor and set point
adjustment
4 = DETECT Occupancy, presence detector
5 = DETECT Quality, carbon dioxide sensor
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6 = Window contact
7 = On/off or 0-10 V DC heating regulation, max. ten type 24 V
AC thermo-actuators (max effect 72 VA)
8 = On/off or 0-10 V DC cooling regulation, max. ten type 24 V
thermo-actuators (max effect 72 VA)
9= Condensation guard
10= Lighting or on/off fan regulation, max. 5 A, 250 V AC
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Electrical connections of the room damper
Connect the CONTROL Room to 24 V AC supply voltage
and protect the circuit with a max. 6 A fuse. Wire all other
connections to Modbus and other components according to the wiring diagram. For detailed instructions on
Modbus connection, see SuperWISE Network.
5
7
G0
Y
G
4
30
31
32
3
G0
Y
G
2
9b
27
28
29
1
8b
8
9
11
Extract
Pa
Pa
03
01
RJ12
03
01
MM
36
37
38
Supply
MM
30
32
RJ12
CONTROL Room
10
6
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
RJ12 RJ12 - + C
- + C
Mb 3 Mb 3 Modbus 2 Modbus 1
27
29
23
24
G+
G0
AN1
21
15
16
17
18
24V
24V
26
10
C
NO
25
12
11
21
24 V
RJ12
RJ12
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38
G0 X4 G0 X5 G0 X6 G0 X7 G0 X8 G0 X9 G G0 G G0 Y Y G0 Y G G0 Y G G0 Y G G0 Y G
10V
X11
X12
X13
X14
Sw Occ
Pa CO2 Ω
°C Pwr Pwr
Figure 4. CONTROL Room. Controller, damper actuator and pressure sensor within the broken line are factory-wired.
Explanations for Figures 4 and 5
1. Room unit, TUNE Control, included in the supply
2. Window contact
3. Presence detector, DETECT O V110, or T360
4. Carbon dioxide sensor, DETECT Q 0
5. Condensation sensor for the cooling coil, DETECT M
6. Supply air temperature sensor, factory-fitted.
7. 24V AC voltage supply from transformer
8. ACTUATOR for cooling valve
8b. Alternative actuator for cooling valve 0-10 V DC
9. ACTUATOR for heating valve
9b. Alternative actuator for heating valve 0-10 V DC
10. Damper actuator and pressure sensor for supply air
11. Damper actuator and pressure sensor for extract air
12. 230V 5A relay contact under the enclosure
Figure 5. Wiring to the built-in relay. Remove the cover over the
controller. Be careful not to damage the electronic components.
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Installation
CONTROL Room can be installed in an optional position in
temperate spaces. CONTROL Room has digital flow measurement that is position independent. In ducts that must be regularly cleaned, connect the CONTROL Room to the duct system
by means of a clamp FSR. CONTROL Room should always be
installed with a lengths of straight duct, see the figures.
Figure 6. Installing with a clamp (2), if a sound absorber (4)with
or without centre baffle is used, it should be installed with a
length of straight duct (3) that is 2xØD of the CONTROL Room
(1).
Figure 8. Requirement for lengths of straight duct in a rectangular design ahead of the unit, A > 2 x B.
Min. 500 mm
Min. 100 mm
Figure 7. Requirement on a length of straight duct in front of the unit.
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Sizing
Circular design
Airflow capacity
The airflow capacity of the product is important for planning if airflow measurement is included in the product. The
normal working range in the duct is between 1.0-7.0 m/s.
500
400
315
250
200
160
CONTROL Room
125
160
100
20
10
30
40
50
100
50
100
200
300
200
400
500
300
500
2000
1000
2000 l/s
1000
3000
5000 m³/h
Sizing diagram
CONTROL Room – duct installation
Airflow – Pressure drop – Sound level
• Data applies to sound generation in the duct
• The flow range of CONTROL Room is specified in the
quick selection table.
• Specified sound levels LWtot 50, 55, 60, 65 and 70 dB
for lines shown in the diagram.
Sound Power Level
The diagrams for the various sizes show the total generated
sound power (LWtot dB), as a function of the airflow and
pressure drop across the damper. The sound power levels
for each octave band can be obtained by correcting LWtot
with the correction factors below.
(LW = LWtot + Kok).
Correction factor Kok, circular design
Size
Transmitted sound
Calculate the transmitted sound from CONTROL Room
according to the formula:
LWut = LWduct + Ktrans
The data refers to an uninsulated CONTROL Room and is
related to the duct length of the damper.
Correction factor Ktrans refers to uninsulated CONTROL R
Mid-frequency (Octave band) Hz
Size
Mid-frequency (Octave band) Hz
CONTROL R
63
125
250
500
1000
2000
4000
8000
CONTROL R
63
125
250
500
1000
2000
4000
8000
100
0
-5
-9
-16
-18
-25
-33
-39
100
-5
-9
-7
-5
-2
0
1
0
125
0
-5
-9
-18
-19
-26
-33
-41
125
-6
-10
-8
-6
-3
-1
0
-1
160
0
-5
-10
-17
-19
-24
-30
-39
160
-7
-11
-9
-7
-4
-2
-1
-2
200
0
-4
-10
-16
-17
-22
-29
-39
200
-8
-12
-10
-8
-5
-3
-2
-3
250
0
-5
-9
-13
-17
-21
-27
-37
250
-9
-13
-11
-9
-6
-4
-3
-4
315
0
-5
-9
-11
-14
-19
-26
-36
315
-10
-14
-12
-10
-7
-5
-4
-5
400
0
-6
-8
-11
-13
-17
-25
-32
400
-11
-15
-13
-11
-8
-6
-5
-6
500
0
-5
-7
-12
-13
-17
-26
-36
500
-12
-16
-15
-12
-9
-7
-6
-7
Tol. ±
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
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1000
55
60
500
400
50
300
300
200
200
100
100
50
40
50
40
30
30
20
20
3
4
5
10
10
20
30
20
40
30
50
40
100
50
100
200
300
l/s
200
5
400 500 m /h
10
20
30
20
%
1000
60
500
400
10
0%
50
40
50
40
30
30
20
20
10
20
50
40
50
100
100
200
300
200
300 l/s 400
400 500
1000 m /h
55
30
20
20
40
50
100
100
200
300
200
400 500
300
400 500
1000
l/s
1000
20
%
L Wtot 70dB
1000
30
40
50
8
200
400 500
300
400 500
1000
2000
1000
2000
1000
l/s
2000
3000 40005000 m3/h
L Wtot70 dB
55
65
60
10
0%
200
50
50
40
30
30
20
20
100
400 500
200
300
1000
400 500
2000
1000
3000 4000 5000
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m3/h
55
50
100
50
40
300
300
ps Pa
300
200
1000
L Wtot 70dB
100
200
500
400
60
50
l/s
2000 m3/h
10
0%
10
20
100
300
40
400 500
55
65
10
30
300
1000
CONTROL R 500
ps Pa
100
200
400 500
60
2000 m3/h
CONTROL R 400
200
300
65
10
0%
50
40
30
500
400
100
200
50
50
40
1000
50
200
100
50
40
ps Pa
300
100
40
30
100
500
400
50
30
50
20
%
20
%
1000
55
300
20
40
60
500
400
20
1000 m3/h
400 500
65
10
10
3
L Wtot 70dB
65
10
10
300
300 l/s 400
CONTROL R 315
ps Pa
200
200
200
20
%
40
30
CONTROL R 250
1000
100
100
50
100
30
50
60
200
100
20
40
L Wtot70 dB
50
5
30
50
ps Pa
300
55
4
40
500
400
200
10
20
CONTROL R 200
L Wtot 70dB
65
ps Pa
300
4
3
CONTROL R 160
1000
10
50
10
0%
2
55
10
0%
10
L Wtot 70dB
65
20
%
500
400
ps Pa
10
0%
L Wtot 70dB
65
60
20
%
ps Pa
10
0%
1000
CONTROL Room 125
20
%
CONTROL Room 100
10
100
300
400 500
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Rectangular design
Sound power level
Sizing diagram
Velocity - Pressure drop - Sound level
• Data applies to sound generation in the duct
• Minimum flows apply at about 1.0 m/s in the duct
Calculate the face velocity across the damper and read
the sound data and pressure drop at an appropriate
damper position. 100% the damper is fully open.
∆Ps
Pa
500
200
30%
40%
50%
60%
The diagrams show the total sound power (LWtotdB), as a
function of velocity and pressure drop across the damper.
By correcting LWtot with the correction factors from Tables
1 and 2, the sound power level for each octave band (LW
= Lwtot + Kok)can be obtained.
Table 1
Correction factor Kok for rectangular CONTROL R
Size
63
125
250
500
1000
1000
4000
8000
All
-1
-5
-7
-8
-13
-22
-31
-30
Tol. ±
4
4
3
2
2
2
2
2
70%
70
80%
60
50
90%
20
100%
50
Table 2
Correction factor Kk for the face surface of the damper, m2.
Surface (m2)
0,1
Kk
-3
0,15 0,25
-2
0
0,4
0,6
1,0
1,6
2,5
2
4
6
8
10
10
40
5
1
2
3
4
5 m/s
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CONTROL R
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Airflow capacity
The airflow capacity of the product is important for planning if airflow measurement is included in the product.
The normal working range in the duct is between 1.0 7.0 m/s.
Size
B x H (mm)
Area (m2)
Airflow capacity (l/s)
min q
ca 7 m/s
ca 10 m/s
*)
Size
B x H (mm)
Area (m2)
Airflow capacity (l/s)
*)
min q
ca 7 m/s
ca 10 m/s
200 x 200
0,04
40
280
400
500 x 500
0,25
250
1 750
2 500
300 x 200
0,06
60
420
600
600 x 500
0,30
300
2 100
3 000
400 x 200
0,08
80
560
800
700 x 500
0,35
350
2400
3500
500 x 200
0,10
100
700
1 000
800 x 500
0,40
400
2 800
4 000
600 x 200
0,12
120
840
1 200
1000 x 500
0,50
500
3 500
5 000
700 x 200
0,14
140
980
1 400
1200 x 500
0,60
600
4 200
6 000
800 x 200
0,16
160
1 120
1 600
1400 x 500
0,70
700
4 900
7 000
1000 x 200
0,20
200
1 400
2 000
1600 x 500
0,80
800
5 600
8 000
300 x 300
0,09
90
630
900
600 x 600
0,36
360
2 520
3 600
400 x 300
0,12
120
840
1 200
700 x 600
0,42
420
2940
4200
500 x 300
0,15
150
1 050
1 500
800 x 600
0,48
480
3 360
4 800
600 x 300
0,18
180
1 260
1 800
1000 x 600
0,60
600
4 200
6 000
700 x 300
0,21
210
1 470
2 100
1200 x 600
0,72
720
5 040
7 200
800 x 300
0,24
240
1 680
2 400
1400 x 600
0,84
840
5 880
8 400
1000 x 300
0,30
300
2 100
3 000
1600 x 600
0,96
960
6 720
9 600
400 x 400
0,16
160
1 120
1 600
700 x 700
0,49
490
3430
4900
500 x 400
0,20
200
1 400
2 000
800 x 700
0,56
560
3 920
5 600
600 x 400
0,24
240
1 680
2 400
1000 x 700
0,70
700
4 900
7 000
700 x 400
0,28
280
1 960
2 800
1200 x 700
0,84
840
5 880
8 400
800 x 400
0,32
320
2 240
3 200
1400 x 700
0,98
980
6 860
9 800
1000 x 400
0,40
400
2 800
4 000
1600 x 700
1,12
1 120
7 840
11 200
*)
1200 x 400
0,48
480
3 360
4 800
1400 x 400
0,56
560
3 920
5 600
1600 x 400
0,64
640
4 480
6 400
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Dimensions and Weights
E
CONTROL Room uninsulated
E
Dimensions (mm)
Size
Weight (kg)
ØD
A
E
100
99
472
45
3,3
125
124
472
45
3,4
160
159
472
45
3,1
200
199
472
45
3,6
250
249
522
45
4,0
315
314
552
45
4,9
400
399
695
57
6,2
500
499
822
57
9,2
Figure 10. CONTROL Room, uninsulated version.
Size
Dimensions (mm)
CONTROL Room
CONTROL R insulated
Weight (kg)
ØD
A
B
C
H
L
100
99
472
245
75
180
401
5,6
125
124
472
245
75
180
401
5,7
160
159
472
285
55
212
401
6,2
200
199
472
335
35
252
401
7,9
250
259
522
395
10
302
451
11,2
315
314
552
465
0
367
481
11,2
400
399
695
553
0
459
595
13,3
500
499
825
653
0
563
723
16,9
Figure 11. CONTROL Room, insulated version.
20
20
Figure 12. CONTROL Room in rectangular design with slipclamp joints.
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Ordering key
Product
Specification text
CONTROL Room
CONTROL R
a
-aaa
Version:
Size: 100, 125, 160, 200, 250, 315, 400, 500
-b
-cc
Specify W x H for rectangular diffuser according to the measurement figure
Design type:
N = uninsolated
I = insolated ( not rectangular)
Configuring, code key in table below.
Configuration Codes
A3 = Normal room regulation - heating and cooling in two steps
The following is specified as factory settings of the Room
damper:
• The vacancy min., max. airflows, slave flow deviation
• The occupancy, air quality regulation, window contact,
heating regulation or two-stage cooling functions
• Super WISE or BMS network system
• Product marking
Accessory
Swegon’s variable flow damper of CONTROL Room type,
included in the WISE System with the following functions:
• Room regulation against temperature, CO2 and presence detector
• Pressure-independent electronic air flow regulation
• Non-fouling design
• Modbus RTU-communication (TIA/EIA-485)
• Can control on/off-switching of the lighting or fan
• Can control the heating radiator and cooling coil in
sequence
• Function for hot-air heating (change-over)
• Slave control of the SLAVE R
• Enclosure Class IP 30
Accessories:
Clamp
FSRb
xx items
Presence detector
DETECT O
xx items
CO2 sensor
DETECT Q
xx items
Cable for wired TUNE C
LINK Modbus
xx items
Transformer
POWER Adapt
xx items
Valve actuator, on/off
ACTUATOR
xx items
SLAVE Room
Flow controlling unit to be totally controlled by CONTROL Room
FSR
Fasten with a clamp, in order to facilitate
installment and dismantling
Radiator valve
VALVE
xx items
Condensation guard
DETECT M
xx items
LINK Modbus
RJ12-cable for connecting up SLAVE
Room or the hand-held micro terminal.
Specify the following: Identification marking, as well as
air flows and required functions.
DETECT Occupancy
Presence detector
DETECT Quality
Air quality sensor
DETECT M
Moisture sensor
VALVE
Radiator valve
ACTUATOR
Valve actuator, 24 V, on/off
POWER Adapt
Transformer, 230-24 V AC
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Accessories
SLAVE Room slave unit
The slave unit is a flow controlling unit, which is totally
controlled by CONTROL Room. The slave unit is normally
placed in the extract air system in a room. The air flow
through the slave unit may deviate from the airflow of the
master unit by a programmable offset-value.
Quick facts
• Static clogging free airflow measurement
• Position-dependant
• Shut-off damper to tightness class 4
• Insulated design (optional)
• Rectangular version as an option, rectangular dampers
should always be mounted with their shafts horizontal.
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Ordering key
SLAVE R
b
aaa
-bb
Version:
Size: 100, 125, 160, 200, 250, 315, 400, 500
Specify W x H for rectangular diffuser according to the
measurement figure.
Figure 13. SLAVE Room, circular and rectangular design. Rectangular dampers should always be mounted with their shaft horizontal.
Design type:
N=uninsulated
IR = insulated (not rectangular)
FSR Clamp
Clamp made of galvanised sheet steel, used for facilitating installation and removal of damper units. The clamp
has adjustable eccentric locking devices for simple and
quick locking/opening. The rubber gasket allows sealing
directly against duct nipple. The clamp is always installed
on "the room side" of the damper.
Quick facts
• Thick rubber seal
• Adjustable eccentric locking devices
Size
ØD (mm)
Ød (mm)
Weight (kg)
100
125
99
0,4
125
150
124
0,4
160
185
159
0,6
200
225
199
0,6
250
275
249
0,7
315
340
314
0,8
400
425
399
1,2
500
525
499
1,4
D
d
Ordering key
Clamp
FSR
c
-aaa
Version:
Size:
100, 125, 160, 200, 250, 315, 400, 500
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Figure 14. FSR Clamp.
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Slave unit
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DETECT Quality
DETECT Quality is an electronic CO2 sensor used for
CONTROL Room in room version to control the need for
ventilation in buildings. The setting values are managed
by CONTROL Room.
Quick facts:
• CO2 sensor
• Measuring range: 0-2000 ppm
• Output signal 0-10 V DC.
Electrical data
Supply voltage
24 V ±20 % AC/DC
Power consumption
3 VA
Ambient temperature
0 °C – +50 °C
Reaction time
Humidity
Figure 15. DETECT Q-0
2 min
0-95% RH (non-condensing)
Degree of protection,
installed in a room
IP 20
OUT1 0-10 V DC
0-2000 ppm
Ordering key
Carbon dioxide sensor
DETECT Q
a
-a
Version:
Type:
Without display: 0
LINK Modbus
RJ12 modular cable for wired TUNE Control.
Ordering key
LINK Modbus RJ12 cord
LINK M
a
-aa
Version:
Figure 16. LINK Modbus
Length: 2, 3, 5 or 10 m
DETECT M
Condensation guard for application on the cooling coil
pipe (self-adhesive). Used for 2-step cooling for preventing condensate precipitation. The sensor detects
moisture in response to changes in resistance and therefore must not be insulated.
Ordering key
Condensation guard
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DETECT M
Figure 17. DETECT M
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DETECT Occupancy
DETECT Occupancy is an IR type presence detector for
use in combination with CONTROL Room for readjusting
between presence and absence of occupants. Adjustable
on/off switching delay. Available for wall or ceiling mounting. A mounting bracket that enables angular adjustment
of the sensor for optimal coverage of the room is included
for the wall-mounted variant.
Quick facts:
• IR detector of double enclosure type
• Available for ceiling or wall installation
• Adjustable for optimal room coverage
• Normally open and normally closed changeover contacts
• Adjustable on/off switching delay
• White enclosure
Figure 18. DETECT Occupancy
Supply voltage
CONTROL Room
Electrical data
24 V ±2 V AC/DC
Power consumption
1 VA
Ambient temperature
-20 °C – +50 °C
Degree of protection, installed in a room
Max. detection area
IP 20
15 x 15 m
Ordering key
Presence detector
DETECT O
a
-aaa
Version:
Type:
Wall mounted: V110
Ceiling mounted: T360
POWER Adapt
Single-phase protective transformer for power plug connection/permanent wiring, unearthed or earthed. rhe
transformer is made of impact-resistant, light grey, selfextinguishing thermoplastic. POWER Adapt meets applicable
requirements for electrical safety/emissions and immunity.
Technical data
Input voltage
230 V 50-60 Hz
Output voltage
24 V AC
Power
60/150 VA
Enclosure:
IP33
Figure 19. POWER Adapt 60/150 VA.
Ordering key
1-phase protective transformer
POWER A
a
-aaa
Version:
Size: 60 VA, 150 VA
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ACTUATOR
Thermo-actuator, on/off in NC version with pin-connection cable ends. NC = Normally closed.
Power supply:
24 V AC/DC, ±10%, 0-60 Hz
Temperature:
Operating temperature, room air:
0-60 °C
Operating temperature, energy carrier:
Cable:
10-100 °C
Fixed two-wire cable, L= 1.0 m, Ø 0.75 mm2
Power consumption, start:
6 VA for a maximum of 2 min.
Power consumption, operation:
1.8 VA
Degree of protection:
Connection:
IP 54
As standard, the VA-80 adapter is included,
fits an M30 × 1.5 mm threaded socket.
Figure 20. ACTUATOR damper blade position indicator.
The actuator’s cylinder shaped position indicator clearly shows,
from all angles, which operating setting is current. When the
indicator is at its lowest position and at the same height as the
enclosure, the actuator is in closed position. When the indicator
is in the raised position above the enclosure, the actuator is in
the open position.
For alternative adapters contact Swegon.
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”First open” function
The actuator is set to the ”first open” function on delivery.
This means that the actuator is open when it is installed
making it easier to pressure test and vent the water system.
The function will be automatically disabled after the actuator has been energized for approx. 6 minutes. A clicking noise
will be heard after which the actuator will change over to the
NC mode and the normal regulation function will begin.
Ordering key
Valve actuator
ACTUATOR
a
Version:
VALVE
Radiator valve of angled or straight design. Dull nickelplated bronze.
Figure 21. VALVE-S valve and VALVE-A respectively with ACTUATOR valve actuator mounted.
E = M30 x 1.5 mm threaded mount
Max. permissible operating pressure: 1000 kPa
Max. permissible pressure drop:
Across open valve: 20 kPa
Across closed valve: 150 kPa
Dimensions (mm)
DN
Threads
(inch)
A
B
C
kv-value
S 110
3/8”
59
26
81
0,09-0,63
S 115
1/2”
61
33
81
0,10-0,89
S 120
3/4”
63
35
81
0,31-1,41
Version:
A 110
3/8”
49
20
81
0,09-0,63
Straight version = S
A 115
1/2”
53
23
81
0,10-0,89
Angled version = A
A 120
3/4”
63
26
81
0,31-1,14
Min. permissible inlet flow tempe- of 110 °C
rature:
Ordering key
Radiator valve
VALVE
a
-a
-bb
DN: 110, 115 or 120
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