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TITLE: PRO-DIALOG CONTROL 4 FOR AIR & WATER COOLED


CHILLERS SERIES 30 GX & HXC VERSION 2
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USER'S GUIDE FOR
30GX&HX PRO_DIALOG 4 V.2
ECG-UG-02-002
Rev: original
Page: /98
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1 - INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1.1 - About This Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1.2 - Manual Structure and contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
2 - GENERAL DESCRIPTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
2.1 - Generalities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
2.1 - Software Reference Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
2.3 - Abbreviations Used . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
3 - HARDWARE DESCRIPTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
3.1 - Produc Component . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
3.1.1 - Basic Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
3.1.2 - CCN/Clock Option Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
3.1.3 - Screw Compressor Protection Module . . . . . 11
3.1.3.1 - Screw Compressor Module Layout 11
3.1.3.2 - Compressor Part Number/MTA Header
Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
3.1.4 - 4 xDO Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
3.1.4.1 - General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
3.1.4..2 - Terminal J4 Description . . . . . . . . 12
3.1.5 - AUX Boards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
3.1.5.1 - General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
3.1.6 - EXV Driver Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
3.1.7 - 4 x AI - 2 x AO Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
3.1.8 - Aquasnap Basic Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
3.2 - Pressure Sensors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
3.2.1 - High Pressure Side Sensors . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
3.2.2 - Large Band Pressure Sensors . . . . . . . . . . . 17
3.2.3 - Suction and economizer Pressure Sensors 18
3.3 - Thermistors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
3.3.1 - Discharge Gas temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
3.3.2 - 5K Resistor : Resistance vs Temperature
Curve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
4 - CONTROL DESCRIPTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
4.1 - General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
4.2 - Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
4.2.1 - General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
4.2.2 - Main Interface Configuration sub menu
structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
4.2.3 - Factory Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
4.2.3.1 - Factory configuration from Service
Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
4.2.3.2 - Factory configuration from Main
Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
4.2.3.3 - Economizer TQ valve Feedback
Signal Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
4.2.4 - Service Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
4.2.4.1 - Service 1 configuration from Service
Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
4.2.4.2 - Service 1 configuration from Main
Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
4.2.4.3 - Service 2 configuration from Service
Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
4.2.4.4 - Service 2 configuration from Main
Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
4.2.4.5 - Service 3 configuration from Service
Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
4.2.4.6 - Service 3 configuration from Main
Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
4.2.4.7 - Service 4 configuration from Service
Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
4.2.4.8 - Service 4 configuration from Main
Interface, runtime sub menu . . . . . . 31
4.2.5 - User Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
4.2.6 - Network Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
4.2.6.1 - General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
4.2.6.2 - Configuring a Control as a
Broadcast Acknowledger . . . . . . . . 32
4.2.6.3 - Setting Time and Date . . . . . . . . . . 32
4.2.6.4 - Alarm Configuration Table . . . . . . 33
4.2.6.5 - Master/Slave Configuration . . . . . 35
4.3 - Cooler Interlock Contact . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
4.4 - Cooler heater control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
4.5 - Oil heater control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
4.6 - Motor cooling control without plate exchanger
economizer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
4.7 - Motor cooling control without sub cooling plate
exchanger economizer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
4.7.1 - Motor cooling with TQ feedback Signal Control 37
4.8 - Capacity Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
4.8.1 - Logic Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
4.8.1.1 - Basic Logic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
4.8.1.2 - Z Multiplier Calculation . . . . . . . . 38
4.8.1.3 - Overrides . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
4.9 - Compressors & loaders loading sequence . . . . . . . 40
4.9.1 - General Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
4.9.2 - Compressor capacity determination . . . . . . 41
4.9.3 - Staged Loading Increasing Capacity Logic 41
4.9.4 - Equal Loading Increasing Capacity Logic
with close control = NO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
4.9.5 - Equal Loading Increasing Capacity Logic
with close control = YES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
4.9.6 - Equal Loading Decreasing Capacity Logic
with close control = YES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
4.9.7 - Equal Loading Decreasing Capacity Logic
with close control = NO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
4.9.8 - Staged Loading Decreasing Capacity Logic
with close control = NO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
4.9.9 - Staged Loading Decreasing Capacity Logic
with close control = YES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
4.10 - EXV Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
4.10.1 - General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
4.10.2 - Overrides . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
4.11 - Air Cooled Condensing Pressure Control . . . . . . . 46
4.12.1 - Air Cooled Condensing Pressure Control -
Fan staging with AUX board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
4.12.2 - Air Cooled Condensing Pressure Control -
Fan staging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
4.13 - Water Cooled Condensing Pressure Control . . . . 47
4.14 - High Pressure Override . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
4.15 - High Current Override . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
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4.16 - Stopping Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
4.16.1 - Stopping a compressor by capacity
unloading . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
4.16.2 - Stopping the unit by manual command
(OFF) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
4.16.3 - Stopping a circuit by failure . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
4.17 - Oil pressure control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
4.17.1 - Oil pressure setpoint determination . . . . . 49
4.17.2 - Oil pump control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
4.17.3 - Low oil pressure alarm determination . . . . 49
4.17.4 - Differential Oil Pressure Setpoint 1
alarm condition summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
4.18 - Reclaim Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
4.18.1 - General Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
4.18.2 - Reclaim to Air Cooled Changeover
Initiation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
4.18.3 - Air Cooled To Reclaim Changeover
Initiation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
4.18.4 - Reclaim Operation hr_status
Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
4.18.5 - Reclaim Operation Using Air Cooled
Exchanger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
4.18.6 - Reclaim Condenser Water Valve Control 52
4.18.7 - Reclaim Condenser Heater Control . . . . . 52
4.19 - Two Units Master/Slave Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
4.19.1 - General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
4.19.2 - Abnormal Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
5 - CCN ALARM MESSAGES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
6 - CCN COMPATIBILITY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
7 - PRO_DIALOG 4 DOWNLOADER ADDENDUM
INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Appendix A - CCN DIPSLAY, SETPOINT, MAINTENANCE,
CONFIGURATION TABLE SCREENS . . . . . . . 61
Appendix B - CCN Variables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Appendix C - Wiring Schemes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
Appendix D - JBUS memory with GX& HX
default configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
Appendix E - SAM Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
Appendix F - CCN Network Example . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
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1 - INTRODUCTION
1.1 - ABOUT THIS MANUAL
This manual is intended to be used as an additional guide for using and configuring the Pro-Dialog control for
the 30GX & HX chillers. The use of this document does not substitute the IOM.
This manual is intended for use by Service organizations inside the Carrier corporation. It is delivered on
the express condition that it is not to be disclosed, reproduced in whole or in part, or used for
manufacture by anyone other than Carrier Corporation.
1.2 - MANUAL STRUCTURE AND CONTENTS
This manual includes the following sections:
v Introduction
v Product general description
v Hardware description
v Control description
v Appendixes
The introduction and product general description sections contain information about this manual as an overview
of the 30GX&HX Pro-Dialog Plus controls.
The hardware section provides complete information on boards, devices and connections used by the product.
The control description section is divided in several subsections. First provides a main description of hardware
configuration. This subsection provides sufficient information to runs the control in the most operating cases. For
more complete information, use the remaining sections and also IOM. Second subsection describes all the unit
configuration and the methods to modify it. The last subsections describe the unit control logics.
2 - GENERAL DESCRIPTION
2.1 - GENERALITIES
PRO-DIALOG is a system for controlling units which use screw compressors:
w Dual circuits
w Air cooled and water cooled chillers
w Non reversible heat machines
PRO-DIALOG controls compressors and loaders needed to maintain the desired leaving or entering water
control point. It automatically sets the position of the electronic expansion valve to maintain a correct refrigerant
flow in the cooler. For air cooled units it controls the operation of the fans to maintain the correct condensing
pressure in each circuit.
Safety circuits in the unit are constantly monitored by PRO-DIALOG to ensure its safe operation. PRO-DIALOG
also gives access to a Quick Test program covering all inputs and outputs excepted compressors outputs.
The control features of the 30GX&HX Pro-Dialog Plus are divided into standard features and options
(additional board needed):
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Standard features:
w Local control
w Remote control (external contacts)
w CCN control
w Compressor & loader sequence control (up to 4 compressors - two loaders per compressor)
w Cooler leaving or entering fluid temperature control
w Ramp loading
w Delay at startup
w Circuit & Compressors loading sequence optimization
w Heat machine condenser entering or leaving fluid control
w Head pressure control
w Cooling dual setpoints control
w Temperature reset
w Outdoor temperature monitoring
w Demand limit control
w High pressure and high current override
w Cooler and Condenser pump control
w Oil temperature control
w Motor temperature control
w Safety lock control
w Quick test function
w Diagnostics function
w Local Interface Display with Metric units
w Digital pressure gauges through the main interface
w Display of all I/O and other data
w CCN Network compatibility
w Occupancy and dual setpoint schedules
w SAM (LID 1B) compatibility
w Alarm POC
w System Manager compatibility
w Integrated two chillers master/slave control
Available options With optional board:
w Varifan control
w Condenser water valve control
w Reclaim sensors
w Cooler heater control
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x x Condenser Varifan or Water Valve
0-10 Vdc
10-0 Vdc
4-20 mA
20-4 mA
No configuration required Oil Transducers On all compressors
x x Reclaim Condenser Water Valve
x x Heat Reclaim Sensors
x x Condenser Sensors
x Delay at startup
x Cooling and heating Capacity Adjustment
(z multiplier)
x Ramp Loading (Heat & Cool)
No configuration required Setpoint Control (single or dual)
x Reset Type Select (Heat & Cool)
x Demand Limit Type Select
x Loading Sequence
Equal
Staged
X Condenser Pump Control Select
X Entering Fluid Control
x Cooler pump #1 and # 2 control sequence
x x** Water pump periodical quick start sequence
x x** Time and OAT broadcast capability
x x** Night capacity limitation mode
x x** Night head pressure control mode
x x** Unit on/off schedule control
x Compressor Number (1 to 4) & Capacity
x Economizer Motor cooling TQ valve feedback
signal
x x x Cooler Heater Select
x x Fans
2 Separate Circuits with 1 to 8 fans per circuit
x EXV
1500 steps = Mueller, unipolar, 33 steps/s
No configuration required Loader ( 2 per compressor)
x Compressor Number (1 to 4) & Capacity
x Large Band Oil Transducer Select
x Economizer Select
x Cooler Fluid Type
Water
Medium Brine
Low Temperature Brine
x x x Heat Reclaim Option
No configuration required Refrigerant R134
x Chiller Type
Air Cooled
Water Cooled
Heat Machine
USER
CONFIG
SERVICE
CONFIG
FACTORY
CONFIG
HARDWARE
OPTION
FUNCTIONS
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x Two units Master/Slave Control
x FSM & CSM II Control
x Close Control Select
x Maximum Current Override
x Maximum Condensing Temperature Override
USER
CONFIG
SERVICE
CONFIG
FACTORY
CONFIG
HARDWARE
OPTION
FUNCTIONS
** : require a CCN/Clock board
All Pro-Dialog controls can work either autonomously or they can be interfaced with the Carrier Comfort Network
(CCN). In the later case a communication data cable is used to connect the unit to the CCN communication bus.
When Pro-Dialog system operates autonomously it retains all of its own control capabilities but does not offer
the functionality of the CCN network.
2.2 - SOFTWARE REFERENCE NUMBER
This software is referenced under the 15 digits software reference number:
CSA-SR-208410XX
The two last digits (XX) provides the software version (e.g. 2.0).
15 digits reference number can be displayed in the CCN configuration Ctrl_ID table through the Building
Supervisor, the Network Service Tool or the 30GX&HX Downloader.
Unit Main Interface Configuration Menu allows to display the software version: item #13, user 1 menu.
2.2 - Abbreviations Used
In this manual, the refrigeration circuits are called circuit A and circuit B. The compressors in circuit A are
labeled A1, and A2. Those in circuit B are B1 and B2.
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3 - HARDWARE DESCRIPTION
3.1 - PRODUCT COMPONENT
This control shall employ the following electronic modules:
Basic Board 32 GB 500 182 EE
NRCP Board 32 GB 500 052 EE
CCN and RTC Board 32 GB 500 062 EE
4 x DO Board (087) OP 12AS 004 EE
4xAI - 2xAO Board OP 12AS 005 EE
8 x DO Board (Auxiliary 2) 32 GB 500 312 EE
8xDO - 4xAI - 2xAO Board (Auxiliary 1) 32 GB 500 322 EE
EXV Board 32 GB 500 192 EE
Screw Compressor Protection Module 32 GB 500 232 EE
Local Interface Device 30GX dual circuits 32 GB 500 092 EE
Local Interface Device 30HX dual circuits 32 GB 500 112 EE
Local Interface Device 30GX single circuit 32 GB 500 082 EE
Local Interface Device 30HX single circuit 32 GB 500 102 EE
This control shall employ the following sensors modules:
Thermistors HH79NZ047C (small size)
HH79NZ059C (large size)
Low Pressure Transducer OP12DA040 EE
High Pressure Transducer OP12DA039 EE
Large Band Oil transducer OP12DA057 (for unit operating in low ambient)
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COMPONENT USAGE
1[1] 1[1] 1[1] 1[1] AUX 1 BOARD
1[1] 1[1] 1[1] 1[1] 4 x AI-2xAO BOARD
2[2] 2[2] 2[2] 1 PD4 - EXV BOARD
4 3 2 1 PD4 - SCPM BOARD
1 1 1 1 PD4 - BASIC BOARD
4 3 2 1
NUMBER OF COMPRESSORS
COMPONENTS
UNIT TYPE : WATER COOLED
2[1] 2[1] 2[1] 1[1] AUX 1 BOARD
1[1] 1[1] 1[1] 1[1] 4 x AI-2xAO BOARD
1[4] 1[4] 1[4] 1[4] NRCP BASIC BOARD
1[3] 1[3] 1[3] 1[3] AUX 2 BOARD (8xDO)
1[3] 1[3] 1[3] 2[3] 4x DO BOARD
2[2] 2[2] 2[2] 1 PD4 - EXV BOARD
4 3 2 1 PD4 - SCPM BOARD
1 1 1 1 PD4 - BASIC BOARD
4 3 2 1
NUMBER OF COMPRESSORS
COMPONENTS
UNIT TYPE : AIR COOLED - 2 FAN STAGES PER CIRCUIT MAX
1[1] 1[1] 1[1] 1[1] AUX 1 BOARD
1[1] 1[1] 1[1] 1[1] 4 x AI-2xAO BOARD
1[4] 1[4] 1[4] 0 NRCP BASIC BOARD
1[3] 1[3] 1[3] 1[3] AUX 2 BOARD (8xDO)
2[3] 2[3] 2[3] 2[3] 4x DO BOARD
2[2] 2[2] 2[2] 1 PD4 - EXV BOARD
4 3 2 1 PD4 - SCPM BOARD
1 1 1 1 PD4 - BASIC BOARD
4 3 2 1
NUMBER OF COMPRESSORS
COMPONENTS
UNIT TYPE : AIR COOLED - MORE THAN 2 FAN STAGES (if no AUX board) or MORE
THAN 4 FAN STAGES (AUX BOARD) PER CIRCUIT
1 - additional 4 x AI - 2 x AO board or 8xD0-4xAI-2xAO board required for varifan or reclaim sensors or
water valve option
2 - Second EXV board is required for motor cooling using EXV valve on economizer units
3- 4xDO board or 8xDO board is required to control fans. 4xDO is also used to control hot gas bypass
valve on units with single compressor.
4-additional NRCP board is required for reclaim option or cooler heater option.
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3.2 - Basic Board
The PD4 - Basic board is 24VAC power supplied. It contains 8 Discrete Inputs (Switch type), 8 Digital Outputs (5
triacs and 3 relays), 10 Analog Inputs (five thermistors and four pressure transducers) and 1 analog input (0-10
Vdc) . See the schemes in Appendix E. The software is contained in a Flash EPROM (downloadable only with
Downloader). All the setpoints, runtime and configuration parameters are contained in an EEPROM (data
storage at power down).
All Safety Critical Signal (for Contactor Failure) 26 J3
All Alarm Circuit B 25 J3
All Alarm Circuit A 24 J3
Air cooled Oil Heater Circuit B 23 J2
Air cooled Oil Heater Circuit A 22 J2
All excepted air cooled without
reclaim option
Condenser Pump 21 J2
All Cooler Pump #2 20 J2
All Cooler Pump #1 19 J2
All Cooler pump default 18 J5
All excepted air cooled without
reclaim option
Condenser flow switch 17 J5
All Electrical box thermostat & network power reverse
phase detection
16 a & 16 b J5
All Cooler flow switch & customer interlock (lock_1) 15 a & 15 b J4 & J5
All Demand limit switch 14 J4
All excepted heat machine Heat Reclaim switch 13 J4
Heat machine Heat Cool switch 13 J4
All Dual setpoint switch 12 J4
All Remote Control switch status 11 J4
All 0-10 VDC setpoint reset signal or demand limit signal 10 J8
All Circuit B suction pressure 9 J7D
All Circuit B discharge pressure 8 J7C
All Circuit A suction pressure 7 J7B
All Circuit A discharge pressure 6 J7A
Water cooled and heat pump Condenser entering water temperature 5 J6
Water cooled and heat pump Condenser leaving water temperature 4 J6
Air cooled
Outside Temperature 4 J6
Master/Slave Master/Slave common piping fluid temperature 3 J6
All Cooling entering water temperature 2 J6
All Cooling leaving water temperature 1 J6
UNIT TYPE FUNCTION CHANNEL TERMINAL
3.2 - CCN/Clock Option Board (factory installed)
The PD4 - Global chiller controller has a small option board that can be connected to the Basic Board via a
single 10 pin header and 4 metal standoff. This option board contains one RS-485 driver for CCN
communication, a real time clock and super cap for two weeks backup. There are two connectors for CCN. One
is a 3 pin screw connector ( 1= + signal, 2 = ground signal, 3 = - signal) and the other is a 6 pins phone jack.
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3.3 - Screw Compressor Protection Module
This board shall monitor compressor pressure transducer, temperature sensors, oil level, high pressure switch,
motor cooling solenoids, oil pumps, motor current, compressor wye-delta startup and compressor protection.
3.3.1 Screw Compressor Module Layout
N.B :Only Y! !! ! dip switch of the 4 is used to configure start-delta startup procedure (when in ON
position), the 3 others shall remain OFF ! If not, MTA header configuration alarm will occur.

Oil pressure 0-5V pressure transducer 4 4 J10B
Economizer pressure 0-5V pressure transducer 3 3 J10A
Discharge Gas Temperature 5K thermistor 2 2 J9
Compressor temperature 5K thermistor 1 1 J9
Usual Functions Type Channel# AI #* Connector
Current Phase #3 Current sensor 3 - 3 J8
Current Phase #2 Current sensor 2 - 2 J8
Current Phase #1 Current sensor 1 - 1 J8
Usual Functions Type Channel# CT #* Connector
Oil level Dry contact 6 2 J6
High Pressure Dry contact 5 1 J7
Main Functions Type Channel# DI #* Connector
Loader #2 24VAC, 10VA Triac 11 8 J2
Loader #1 24VAC, 10VA Triac 10 7 J2
Motor cooling #2 or economizer valve for
circuit which has 2 compressors
24VAC, 10VA Triac 14 6 J2
Motor cooling #1 24VAC, 26 VA Triac 13 5 J2
Oil solenoid 24VAC ,10VA Triac 12 4 J2
Oil pump 115VAC,145VA,- Triac 9 3 J4
Compressor output Y 115VAC, 70VA, Relay/TRiac 8 2 J3
Compressor output D 115VAC, 250VA Relay/Triac 7 1 J3
Main Functions Load max
(Voltage,power)
Type Channel# DO #* Connector
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3.3.2- Compressor Part Number / MTA header configuration
0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 92 39 06NW2146S7N
0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 112 46 06NW2174S7N
0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 136 56 06NW2209S7N
0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 198 80 06NW2300S7N
0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 114 39 06NA2146S7N
0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 164 66 06NW2250S7N
0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 142 46 06NA2174S7N
0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 170 56 06NA2209S7N
0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 218 80 06NW2300S5E
0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 204 66 06NA2250S7N
0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 240 80 06NA2300S5N
0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 298 80 06NA2300S5E
Compressor MTA Header Config
MSB(8 . . . . . . . 1) LSB
MTA
(for 400V)
Tons Compressor phase 3 Part Number
3.1.4 - 4xDO BOARD
The 4xDO board has 4 digital outputs capable of switching 24 VAC at 1 amp numbered from 1 to 4 on connector
J4. They have a common point numbered 12 on connector J4.
D0 #1 and Do # 2 shall support 1 fan
D0 #3 shall support 1 fan if circuit has less than 5 fans. It shall support 2 fans if circuit has more than 4 fans.
D0 #4 shall support 1 fan if circuit has less than 6 fans. It shall support
2 fans if circuit has 6 fans.
3 fans if circuit has 7 fans.
4 fans if circuit has 8 fans.
3.1.4.2 - Terminal J4 Description
12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 11 11 11 11
DO #4 DO #4 DO #4 DO #4
DO #3 DO #3 DO #3 DO #3
DO #2 DO #2 DO #2 DO #2
DO #1 DO #1 DO #1 DO #1
24 VAC DO 24 VAC DO 24 VAC DO 24 VAC DO
POWER SUPPLY POWER SUPPLY POWER SUPPLY POWER SUPPLY
TRI AC TRI AC TRI AC TRI AC
TRI AC TRI AC TRI AC TRI AC
TRI AC TRI AC TRI AC TRI AC
TRI AC TRI AC TRI AC TRI AC
TO CONTACTOR #1 TO CONTACTOR #1 TO CONTACTOR #1 TO CONTACTOR #1
TO CONTACTOR #2 TO CONTACTOR #2 TO CONTACTOR #2 TO CONTACTOR #2
TO CONTACTOR #3 (or and #4) TO CONTACTOR #3 (or and #4) TO CONTACTOR #3 (or and #4) TO CONTACTOR #3 (or and #4)
TO OTHER CONTACTORS TO OTHER CONTACTORS TO OTHER CONTACTORS TO OTHER CONTACTORS
pins 12 are connected together pins 12 are connected together pins 12 are connected together pins 12 are connected together
4 44 4 3 33 3 2 22 2 1 11 1 TERMI NAL J 4 TERMI NAL J 4 TERMI NAL J 4 TERMI NAL J 4
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3.1.5 - AUX Boards
3.1.5.1 - General
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The AUX1 board shall allow:
wthe control of 1 to 8 fan stages;
wthe monitoring of 4 temperatures or 2 temperatures and 2 pressures.
wthe control of 2 Varifan or two water valves
The AUX2 board shall allow:
wthe control of 1 to 8 fan stages.
Discrete outputs requirements: AUX1 and AUX2
Fan 8 - circuit A , 4 or 8 circuit B 8 8
Fan 7 - circuit A , 3 or 7 circuit B/Reclaim option,
condenser heater
7 7
Fan 6 - circuit A , 2 or 6 circuit B 6 6
Fan 5 - circuit A, 1 or 5 circuit B/ Reclaim valve B 5 5
J3
Fan 4 - circuit A or circuit B/ Pumpdown valve B 4 4
Fan 3 - circuit A or circuit B 3 3
Fan 2 - circuit A or circuit B/ Reclaim valve A 2 2
Fan 1 - circuit A or circuit B/ Pumpdown valve A 1 1
J2
AUX1
&
AUX2
Main Functions Channel# DO # Connector Board
All are standard 24 VAC/10%. All 24Vac common ground must be connected together on board and to 24Vac
ground pin of J1. All DOs total consomption = 115VA
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3.1.6 - EXV BOARD
The EXV board shall be able to control 2 EXVs and 2 thermistors.
Analog inputs requirements
Economizer Motor Cooling TQ Valve Feedback Signal Circuit B 5/10 K thermistor 2 J3 (TH B)
Economizer Motor Cooling TQ Valve Feedback Signal Circuit A 5/10 K thermistor 1 J3 (TH A)
Usual Functions Type AI
#*
Connector
Discrete output requirements
The EXV board shall be able to drive both unipolar and bipolar stepper motors via a common connector. The
default configuration shall be unipolar, 30 steps/s step rates and 1500 steps range such as to allow easy retrofit
with Pro-Dialog phase 1, 2 and 3 units fitted with Mueller Brass EXVs. It shall be able to handle 12V @ 0.5 A per
coil and maintain a step rate of at least 200 steps per second (unipolar or bipolar).
Note: board shall be able to handle a total coil load of 1 Amp for unipolar and 2 Amps for bipolar.
Connection to the EXV shall be done through two Molex, 5 pin, 3.91 pitch (one per EXV) [J2A & J2B].
12VDC (for unipolar stepper motor) Coil 4 Coil 3 Coil 2 Coil 1
5 4 3 2 1
Connector J2A & J2B - Pins description
3.1.7 - 4xAI-2xAO BOARD
This board provides 4 analog inputs (labeled AI #1, AI #2, AI #3, and AI #4 on the terminal J2) and 2 analog
outputs (labeled AO #1 and AO #2 on the terminal J1). It allows to use the following features:
w Optional reclaim thermistors when reclaim option is not used
w Remote discharge transducer on remote condenser on split units.
w Optional varifan on air cooled units or water valve on water cooled units
Each input can be independently configured with a bridge allowing to close 3 pair of pins named T,C or V.
V: Transducers 5 Volts power supply
1: Signal
R: -
V - 1 - R Pressure transducer
(remote discharge
pressure circuit B)
V
Carrier thermistor: HH 79NZ 047, 5K@ 25C 1 - R unused T,C
AI #2
V: Transducers 5 Volts power supply
1: Signal
R: -
V - 1 - R Pressure transducer
(remote discharge
pressure circuit A)
V
unused 1 - R unused T,C
AI #1
REMARKS PINS FUNCTION BRIDGE
POSITION
ANALOG
INPUT
J2
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1: +
R: -
1 - R unused C
V: Transducers 5 Volts power supply
1: Signal
R: -
V - 1 - R not used V
Carrier thermistor: HH 79NZ 047, 5K@ 25C 1 - R Reclaim entering
thermistor
T
AI #4
1: +
R: -
1 - R unused C
V: Transducers 5 Volts power supply
1: Signal
R: -
V - 1 - R not used V
Carrier thermistor: HH 79NZ 047, 5K@ 25C 1 - R Reclaim leaving
thermistor
T
AI #3
REMARKS PINS FUNCTION BRIDGE
POSITION
ANALOG
INPUT
J2
Each output can be independently configured with a bridge allowing to close 2 pair of pins named C or V.
6: +
R: -
6 - R 4 - 20 mA Varifan
circuit B
C
6: +
R: -
6 - R 0-10 Vdc Varifan circuit
B
V
AO #2
5: +
R: -
5 - R 4 - 20 mA Varifan
circuit A or water valve
C
5: +
R: -
5 - R 0- 10 Vdc Varifan circuit
A or water valve
V
AO #1
REMARKS PINS FUNCTION BRIDGE
POSITION
ANALOG
OUTPUT
J1
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3.1.8 - Aquasnap Basic Board
This board is used on global chiller as slave board for air cooled units with reclaim option or cooler heater option.
It contains 8 Discrete Inputs (switch type), 10 Digital Outputs (8 triacs and 2 relays), 6 Analog Inputs (four 5K or
10K thermistors and two active pressure transducer types) and 1 analog output (0-10 Vdc).
Cooler heater option, condenser and cooler
refrigerant isolation solenoid circuit B
Relay output DO_10 25
Cooler heater option, condenser and cooler
refrigerant isolation solenoid circuit A
Relay output DO_9 24
Cooler heater output Triac DO 8 23
unused Triac DO_7 22
Reclaim option, pumpdown solenoids circuit B Triac DO 6 21
Reclaim option, pumpdown solenoids circuit A Triac DO_5 20
Reclaim option, condenser heater Triac DO 4 19
unused Triac DO 3 18
reclaim option or cooler heater option, circuit B,
refrigerant condenser entering solenoid
Triac DO_2
4
17
reclaim option or cooler heater option, circuit A,
refrigerant condenser entering solenoid
Triac DO_1
3
0
unused Relay input DIs 08 to 15
Reclaim option, condenser water valve 0 - 10 Vdc AO_1 07
Reclaim option pumpdown pressure circuit B Pressure transducer 0 - 5 Vdc AI 6 06
Reclaim option pumpdown pressure circuit A Pressure transducer 0 - 5 Vdc AI_5 05
unused Thermistor 5K or 10K AI 3 03, 04
Reclaim option entering temperature Thermistor 5K or 10K AI 2 02
Reclaim option leaving temperature Thermistor 5K or 10K AI_1 01
FUNCTION Type I/O Channel Number
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3.2 - Pressure sensors
They are used to measure in each circuit :
w Discharge gas pressure
w Suction pressure
w Economizer pressure
and in each compressor :
w Oil pressure
w Economizer pressure on first compressor and also in the second compressor if unit is not equipped
with economizer
They are electronic sensors which linearise the output signal and deliver a 0 to 5 Vdc to either the basic board or
to an analog board. Three types of sensors are used.
3.2.1 - High pressure side sensors
They are used to measure discharge pressure and oil pressures when large band oil pressure transducer is not
selected. Carrier part: OP12DA039
High pressure side transducer curve
3.2.2 - Large band pressure sensors
They are used to measure oil pressures for unit operating with low ambient (when large band oil pressure
transducer is selected). Carrier part: OP12DA057
Large band oil pressure transducer curve
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3.2.3 - Suction Pressure and Economizer Pressure sensors
These are in the low pressure side. Suction pressure transducer takes the place of the low pressure switches,
low pressure gauges and the low pressure safety switch (where these are usually fitted). Economizer pressure is
used to measure the intermediary pressure between low and high pressure. The oil pressure is subtracted from
this pressure to determine the oil differential pressure for oil pressure safety purpose.
Carrier part: OP12DA040
Low pressure transducer curve
3.3 - THERMISTORS
All thermistor, excepted the reset sensor, have similar characteristics (see next page).
They have Carrier Part No. HH 79 NZ 047
3.3.1 - Discharge gas temperature
This is installed on the discharge pipe of each compressor. It is used to control the discharge superheat. The
discharge gas temperature (lowest discharge compressor temperature or average discharge temperature of both
compressors) is subtracted to the saturated condensing temperature to determine the discharge superheat.
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5K Resistor: Resistance vs Temperature Curve
602,4 80,0 1 694,0 52,0 5 203,2 24,0 20 075,9 -4,0
612,6 79,5 1 725,1 51,5 5 321,2 23,5 20 606,4 -4,5
285,2 107,0 623,2 79,0 1 756,8 51,0 5 442,2 23,0 21 152,6 -5,0
292,1 106,5 634,0 78,5 1 789,1 50,5 5 566,4 22,5 21 715,7 -5,5
298,6 106,0 645,2 78,0 1 822,1 50,0 5 693,9 22,0 22 295,6 -6,0
305,3 105,5 656,8 77,5 1 855,7 49,5 5 824,6 21,5 22 893,2 -6,5
311,6 105,0 668,6 77,0 1 890,1 49,0 5 958,7 21,0 23 509,0 -7,0
317,9 104,5 680,8 76,5 1 925,1 48,5 6 096,3 20,5 24 143,6 -7,5
323,8 104,0 693,3 76,0 1 960,9 48,0 6 237,5 20,0 24 797,8 -8,0
329,7 103,5 706,1 75,5 1 997,4 47,5 6 382,3 19,5 25 472,2 -8,5
335,3 103,0 719,2 75,0 2 034,7 47,0 6 530,9 19,0 26 167,5 -9,0
341,1 102,5 732,6 74,5 2 072,8 46,5 6 683,4 18,5 26 884,4 -9,5
346,3 102,0 746,5 74,0 2 111,7 46,0 6 839,8 18,0 27 623,8 -10,0
351,5 101,5 760,6 73,5 2 151,5 45,5 7 000,3 17,5 28 386,3 -10,5
356,7 101,0 775,0 73,0 2 192,2 45,0 7164.9 17,0 29 172,7 -11,0
361,6 100,5 789,8 72,5 2 233,8 44,5 7 333,9 16,5 29 984,0 -11,5
366,5 100,0 804,8 72,0 2 276,3 44,0 7 507,2 16,0 30 821,0 -12,0
371,1 99,5 820,2 71,5 2 319,9 43,5 7 685,1 15,5 31 684,6 -12,5
375,8 99,0 836,0 71,0 2 364,4 43,0 7 867,7 15,0 32 575,6 -13,0
380,3 98,5 952,0 70,5 2 410,0 42,5 8 055,0 14,5 33 495,2 -13,5
384,7 98,0 868,4 70,0 2 456,6 42,0 8 247,2 14,0 34 444,2 -14,0
389,0 97,5 885,1 69,5 2 504,4 41,5 8 444,5 13,5 35 423,7 -14,5
393,3 97,0 902,1 69,0 2 553,3 41,0 8 469,9 13,0 36 434,7 -15,0
397,6 96,5 919,4 68,5 2 603,4 40,5 8854.7 12,5 37 478,4 -15,5
401,8 96,0 937,1 68,0 2 654,7 40,0 9068.0 12,0 38 555,9 -16,0
406,0 95,5 955,1 67,5 2 707,2 39,5 9287.0 11,5 39 668,3 -16,5
410,3 95,0 973,4 67,0 2 761,1 39,0 9 511,7 11,0 40 816,9 -17,0
414,5 94,5 992,1 66,5 2 816,2 38,5 9742.5 10,5 42 002,9 -17,5
418,8 94,0 1 011,0 66,0 2 872,8 38,0 9979.3 10,0 43 227,6 -18,0
423,0 93,5 1 030,3 65,5 2 930,7 37,5 10 222,6 9.5 44 492,4 -18,5
427,4 93,0 1 050,0 65,0 2 990,1 37,0 10 472,3 9.0 45 798,6 -19,0
431,8 92,5 1 069,9 64,5 3 051,0 36,5 10 728,8 8,5 47 147,7 -19,5
436,3 92,0 1 090,2 64,0 3 113,4 36,0 10 992,1 8,0 48 541,1 -20,0
440,9 91,5 1 110,9 63,5 3 177,5 35,5 11 262,7 7,5 49 980,4 -20,5
445,7 91,0 1 131,8 63,0 3 243,1 35,0 11 540,5 7.0 51 467,0 -21,0
450,6 90,5 1 153,2 62,5 3 310,4 34,5 11 826,0 6.5 53 002,7 -21,5
455,6 90,0 1 174,8 62,0 3 379,4 34,0 12 119,2 6,0 54 589,1 -22,0
460,8 89,5 1 196,9 61,5 3 450,2 33,5 12 420,5 5,5 56 227,9 -22,5
466,1 89,0 1 219,3 61,0 3 522,9 33,0 12 730,1 5,0 57 920,9 -23,0
571,6 88,5 1 242,1 60,5 3 597,3 32,5 13 048,3 4.5 59 670,0 -23,5
477,4 88,0 1 265,2 60,0 3 673,7 32,0 13 375,3 4,0 61 476,9 -24,0
483,2 87,5 1 288,7 59,5 3 752,1 31,5 13 711,4 3,5 63 343,7 -24,5
489,4 87,0 1 312,6 59,0 3 832,5 31,0 14 056,9 3.0 65 272,4 -25,0
495,7 86,5 1 336,9 58,5 3 915,0 30,5 14 412,2 2.5 67 265,0 -25,5
502,3 86,0 1 361,6 58,0 3 999,6 30,0 14 777,5 2,0 69 323,7 -26,0
509,2 85,5 1 386,8 57,5 4 086,3 29,5 15 153,1 1.5 71 450,6 -26,5
516,2 85,0 1 412,3 57,0 4 175,4 29,0 15 539,5 1,0 73 648,0 -27,0
523,6 84,5 1 438,3 56,5 4 266,7 28,5 15 936,9 0,5 75 918,3 -27,5
531,2 84,0 1 464,7 56,0 4 630,4 28,0 16 345,7 0,0 78 263,9 -28,0
539,1 83,5 1 491,6 55,5 4 456,6 27,5 16 766,3 -0,5 80 687,1 -28,5
547,2 83,0 1 519,0 55,0 4 555,2 27,0 17 199,1 -1,0 83 190,7 -29,0
555,7 82,5 1 546,9 54,5 4 656,4 26,5 17 644,5 -1,5 85 777,0 -29,5
564,4 82,0 1 575,2 54,0 4 760,2 26,0 18 102,9 -2,0 88 449,0 -30,0
573,4 81,5 1 604,1 53,5 4 866,8 25,5 18 574,8 -2,5 91 209,3 -30,5
582,8 81,0 1 633,5 53,0 4 976,0 25,0 19 060,6 -3,0 94 060,8 -31,0
592,4 80,5 1 663,5 52,5 5 088,1 24,5 19 560,8 -3,5 97 006,4 -31,5
602,4 80,0 1 694,0 52,0 5 203,2 24,0 20 075,9 -3,5 100 049,0 -32,0
(OHMS) (C) (OHMS) (C) (OHMS) (C) (OHMS) (C) (OHMS) (C)
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4.2 - CONFIGURATION
4.2.1 - General
Four types of configuration are available:
wThe factory configuration. It describes the "hardware" structure of the unit (e.g. the number of compressors,
valve...). This configuration is accessible through the Main Interface Factory menu Menus or the Network
Service Tool and can be done by Carrier factory or service only.
wThe Service configuration. It allows to modify operating parameters. This configuration is accessible
through the Main Interface Service Menus or the Network Service Tool and can be done by Carrier
factory or service only.
wThe User configuration. It allows to modify a limited number of simple parameters (i.e. loading sequence,
start-up delay, cooler pumps control, reset select...). This configuration can be done through the Main
Interface or through the Network Service Tool. This configuration can be modified by the customer.
wThe network configuration. It allows to modify parameters used by network functions (i.e. Alarm POC,
Broadcast ...). This is accessible through the Building Supervisor or the Network Service Tool.
4.2.2 -Main interface configuration sub menu tree structure
broAdCASt 7 S
HoLidAY 6 M
SCHEduLE 2 5 E
MAStEr SLAvE SCHEduLE 1 4 T
SErViCE 3 dAtE 3 I
"FACtorY 2 MEnu" SErViCE 2 USEr 2 2
"FACtorY 1 MEnu" SErViCE 1 USEr 1 1
"FACtorY MEnu" SErViCE MEnu USEr MEnu 0
FACTORY SERVICE USER
CONFIGURATION SUB MENUS
MAIN INTERFACE FACTORY CONFIGURATION SUB MENU TREE STRUCTURE
TQ_r_fbk (TQ valve feeddback) 19
pd4_aux (aux board select) 18
exvb max (1500) 17
exva max (1500) 16
heat sel (idem version 1.x) 15
cira lwt (idem version 1.x) 14
evap_pas (idem version 1.x) 13
recl_opt (idem version 1.x) 12
hr temp (idem version 1.x) 11
cpb2 mta (idem version 1.x) 10
cpb1 mta (idem version 1.x) 9
cpa2 mta (idem version 1.x) 8
cpa1_mta (idem version 1.x) 7 S
oil_sel (idem version 1.x) 6 M
econ sel (idem version 1.x) 5 E
hd selec (idem version 1.x) 4 T
nb fan b (idem version 1.x) 3 I
nb fan a (idem version 1.x) 2
fac_pass unit_typ (idem version 1.x) 1
"FACtorY2 MEnu" "FACtorY1 MEnu" 0
FACTORY 2 FACTORY 1
FACTORY CONFIGURATION SUB-SUB MENUS
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4.2.3 - Factory configuration
4.2.3.1 - Factory configuration from Service Tool
The Network Service tool allows to view and modify the factory configuration (table FACTORY in 'Modify
Controller').
TABLE NAME: FACTORY PIC TABLE TYPE : 10H, instance 1
DESCRIPTION STATUS DEFAULT UNITS POINT
1 Chiller Type 1,2,3
1
1 - unit_typ
2 Circuit A Fan Stages Num 0 to 8
2
0 - nb_fan_a
3 Circuit B Fan Stages Num 0 to 8
2
0 - nb_fan_b
4 Varifan or W. Valves Sel 0/1/2/3/4 0 - hd_selec
5 Economizer Select Yes/No
3
No - econ_sel
6 Large Bd Oil Transducers Yes/No
4
No - oil_sel
7 Comp A1 Must Trip Amps 0 to 560
5
0 - mta_cpa1
8 Comp A2 Must Trip Amps 0 to 560
5
0 - mta_cpa2
9 Comp B1 Must Trip Amps 0 to 560
5
0 - mta_cpb1
10 Comp B2 Must Trip Amps 0 to 560
5
0 - mta_cpb2
11 Reclaim Sensor Select Yes/No
6
No - hr_tmp
12 Air Cooled Reclaim Sel Yes/No
7
No - recl_opt
13 Evaporator Number Pass 1 to 3
8
3 - evap_pas
14 Cooler LWT On Circuit A Yes/No
9
Yes - cira_lwt
15 Cooler Heater Select Yes/No
10
No - heat_sel
16 Factory Password 0 to 150
11
113 - fac_pass
17 EXV A Maximum Steps Numb 1500/15000
12
1500 - exva_max
18 EXV B Maximum Steps Numb 1500/15000
12
1500 - exvb_max
19 Motor Cool. TQ Feedback Yes/No
13
No - TQ_r_fbk
20 PD4 Aux Boards Select Yes/No
14
No - pd4_aux
Parameters from 1 to 16 in version 1.x are the same than those in the new version 2.X.

For Retrofit from verson 1.x to the new 2.x, it is better to write down in a paper, configuration items
from 1 to 16. Use Service Tool to upload all the configuration from version 1 (example address 1).
Then use address search function to change the address to 2 before downloading the new software
version 2.x. Use Service Tool to add a new controller with a different addresse (example address 1 for
version 1 and address 2 for version 2). Once Upload configuration is done, fill factory configuration in
FACTORY table and then download this.

1. 1 = air cooled. 2 = water cooled . 3 = heat machine
2. 0 = no fan
< 4 = each DO output of the 4xDO board support 1 fan .
> 5 = DO # 1 and DO # 2 support 1 fan each.
DO # 3 support 2 fans
DO # 4 support 1 fan if circuit has 5 fans max
DO # 4 support 2 fans if circuit has 6 fans max
DO # 4 support 3 fans if circuit has 7 fans max
DO # 4 support 4 fans if circuit has 8 fans max
nb : these fans are not controlled by a varifan.
For pro_dialog 4 Auxiliary board select, each DO output of the Auxiliary board support 1 fan
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13. Yes = Use Pro_dialog 4 auxiliary boards instead of old 4xAO-2xAO board and 4xDO board
No = Use old 4xAO-2xAO board & 4x DO board (shall be set to no for version 1 retrofit)
3. When this item is selected, both compressor use the common economizer transducer in the economizer.
Otherwise, each compressor uses it own economizer transducer, located in the refrigerant injection pipe
line, near the motor cooling valve. Economizer pressure represents the intermediary pressure between
high pressure and low pressure. It is used to determine the oil differential pressure (oil pressure -
economizer pressure).
4. The use of large band oil pressure transducer is required for low ambient application and is only applied on
oil pressure transducers since high pressure range transducer can not read pressure lower than 2.4 bars,
Calibration is automatically determined each time the control is in OFF mode and both suction and
discharge pressures are equalized. Differences between oil pressures and suction pressure are then
stored as offset (if less than 0.4 bar).
5. MTA configuration is required for capacity calculation, motor current measurement and protection. This
value shall match the one read from MTA header configuration on screw compressor board, if not an alarm
will be generated.
6. If only reclaim sensor is selected and reclaim option is not, an 4xAI-2xAO board is required, and reclaim
temperature sensor are used for information only.
7. Reclaim option requires an Aquasnap Basic board for reclaim entering and leaving temperatures,
solenoids, an analogue output to control the reclaim condenser water valve, 2 transducers for reclaim
pumpdown injection pressure.
8. This items indicates the number of pass the cooler fluid goes through the cooler. For example, if cooler
enters from circuit A and goes out by circuit A and only 1 time, then a number of 2 shall be entered. This
item is used for exv control when caculating cooler pinch.
9. This items indicates if cooler leaving temperature sensor is in the circuit A or not. If cooler leaving pipe line
is on side A, then Yes shall be entered, otherwise, no shall be required. This item is used for exv control
when caculating cooler pinch.
10. Cooler heater option requires an Aquasnap Basic board for refrigerant isolation solenoids and heater
output.
11. Factory password is required when accessing the main interface factory menu. Factory password can be
used to access to service and user configuration sub menus.
12. 1500 = For Muller valve, Unipolar, 1500 steps, 33 steps/s (1500 steps shall be kept !!!)
15000 = For Muller valve phase 3, Bipolar, 15300 steps, 300 steps/s (for future use,)
Note: schemes are described in appendix C.
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4.2.3.2- Factory configuration from main interface
Economizer units with TQ feedback signal sensor - yes/no tq r fbk 19
Pro dialog 4 Aux boards select - yes/no pd4 aux 18
EXV A Maximum Steps Number (Shall be left 1500) - 1500 to 15000 exva_max 17
EXV A Maximum Steps Number (Shall be left 1500) - 1500 to 15000 exva_max 16
Cooler heater select displayed on air cooled chiller only - yes/no heat sel 15[1]
Cooler leaving sensor on circuit A select - yes/no cira lwt 14
Cooler number of pass select - 1 to 3 evap pas 13
Heat reclaim option select - yes/no recl opt 12[1]
Reclaim sensors select - yes/no hr_temp 11[1]
Compressor B2 Must Trip Amps. amps 0 to 560 cpb2_mta 10[1]
Compressor B1 Must Trip Amps. amps 0 to 560 cpb1 mta 9[1]
Compressor A2 Must Trip Amps. amps 0 to 560 cpa2 mta 8[1]
Compressor A1 Must Trip Amps amps 0 to 560 cpa1 mta 7
Large Band Oil transducer select - yes/no oil sel 6
Economizer select - yes/no econ_sel 5
Varifan or Water valve select - 0,1,2,3,4 hd_selec 4
Number of fans on circuit B not controlled by a varifan - 0 to 8 nb fan b 3[1]
Number of fans on circuit A not controlled by a varifan - 0 to 8 nb fan a 2[1]
Chiller type select - 1/2,3,4 unit typ 1
When selected this item shall allow to return to the Configuration
main menu.
- "FACTORY
MEnu"
- 0
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Factory password - 0 to 150 fac_pass 1
When selected this item shall allow to return to the Configuration
main menu.
- "FACTORY 2
MEnu"
- 0
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Economizer Tq valve Feedback Signal Control Wiring
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TQ output (done)
TQ output (done)
SCPM A1
SCPM B1
THA
THB
EXV BOARD
Connexion to be done (tq_r_fbk = yes)
4.2.4 - Service configuration
4.2.4.1 - Service1 configuration table from Service Tool
The Network Service tool allows to view and modify the service configuration table SERVICE1. Unit shall be
stopped and under CCN Operating Type control.
TABLE NAME: SERVICE1 PIC TABLE TYPE : 13H, instance 1
DESCRIPTION STATUS DEFAULT UNITS POINT
1 Cooler Fluid Type 1/2/3
1
1 - flui_typ
2 Head Pressure Diff Timer 10 to 120
2
90 sec head_tim
3 Head Pressure Diff 3.8 to 22
3
5 ^C head_dif
4 Prop PID Gain Varifan/Wv -20.0 to 20.0
4
1.0 - hd_pg
5 Int PID Gain Varifan/Wv -5.0 to 5.0
4
1.0 - hd_ig
6 Deri PID Gain Varifan/Wv -20.0 to 20.0
4
1.0 - hd_dg
7 Cir A Superheat Setpoint 8.3 to 22
5
11 ^C dsh_sp_a
8 Cir B Superheat Setpoint 8.3 to 22
5
11 ^C dsh_sp_b
9 Cir A Cooler Pinch Setpt 0.5 to 2.6
6
1.0 ^C pinc_p_a
10 Cir B Cooler Pinch Setpt 0.5 to 2.6
6
1.0 ^C pinc_p_b
11 Maximum Condensing Temp 48.8 to 71.1
7
68 C mct_sp
12 Max Condensing Temp Diff 5.5 to 11
7
6.7 ^C mct_diff
13 Maximum Current Setpoint 50 to 85
8
80 % curr_max
14 Maximum Current Diff 5 to 20
8
10 % curr_dif
15 Close Capacity Ctrl Sel Dsable/Enable
9
Dsable - cls_ctrl
16 Auto Z Multiplier Setpt 4 to 6
10
6 - zm_spt
17 Maximum Z Multiplier 1.0 to 6.0
11
6.0 - hc_zm
18 Entering Fluid Control Yes/No
12
No - ewt_opt
Note: this table canl be downloadable at any time. However, modified value shall not be used by tasks until the
unit is in off state . This shall not apply to the Varifan/water valves gains that shall be modified at any time and
used immediately by the head pressure control tasks even if the unit is in operation.
1. > 1 = Water
2 = Brine
3 = Low Brine
Warning: This decision affects the freeze protection threshold.
w water: 1.1C
w brine & low brine: coldest setpoint - 4.4C
2. Used to set fan cycling. Decreasing this value will increase fan cycling. This timer can be reduced since the
unit is fitted with an important number of fan stages, as to increase the condensing control accuracy. But in
certain cases, notably on units with few fan stages, at too small value can causes superheat hunting
problems.
3. Used to set fan cycling. Default value is 5 ^C, 11.1^C or higher value are recommanded if unit has varifan.
This value can be increased on units with few fan stages to avoid superheat hunting problems.
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4. This configuration applies to varifan or water valve upon unit type. It is used to adjust the head pressure
control PID loop. Normally this decision has not to be modified for Varifan. For water valve it can be
adjusted upon water valve type and installation.
0.4 hd_sp_dg Derivative PID Gain:
0.4 hd_sp_ig Integral PID Gain:
2.7 hd_sp_pg Proportional PID Gain:
Recommanded for air
cooled
PDI GAINS
2.0 hd_sp_dg Derivative PID Gain:
0.2 hd_sp_ig Integral PID Gain:
2.0 hd_sp_pg Proportional PID Gain:
Recommanded for
water cooled
PDI GAINS
5. Upon the operating capacity, the discharge superheat is adjusted as follows :
discharge superheat control point = setpoint + 3.8^C (7^F) if no loader ON.
discharge superheat control point =setpoint + 1.7^C (3^F) if one loader ON.
discharge superheat control point =setpoint if both loaders ON.
6. This setpoint is used by the EXV control in order to maintain an optimal cooIer exchange delta temperature
between leaving temperature and saturated suction temperature. This is done in compensation with
discharge superheat temperature which has higher priority.
7. This decision allows to set the high pressure override threshold:
wIf the saturated condensing temperature is greater than [the maximum condensing temperature override
threshold minus the maximum condensing temperature override differential] but less than the [maximum
condensing temperature threshold] then the capacity increase shall be inhibited.
wIf the saturated condensing temperature is greater than the [maximum condensing temperature override
threshold] then one stage capacity of the corresponding circuit shall be removed (doesn't apply to the last
stage).
8. This decision allows to set the high current override threshold:
wIf the compressor current is greater than [the maximum current setpoint threshold minus the maximum
current override differential] but less than the [the maximum current setpoint threshold] then the capacity
increase shall be inhibited.
wIf the compressor current is greater than [the maximum current setpoint threshold] then a loader of the
circuit or the compressor will be stopped.
wcurr_max and curr_dif are in percent of MTA (Must Trip Amps). curr_max shall not exceed 85% as the
screw compressor board shall stop the compressor for alarm when current reaches 85% of MTA.
9. The Global chillers use compressors which have better performance at full load than at part load.
Therefore the loading sequence strategy will be different from the one for flotronic II or pro-dialog 30 G & H
control. When compressor is on, it will try to avoid the compressor operate at low capacity (no loader ON).
If this item is enable, the control will use any stage of capacity in order to keep the exchanger leaving
temperature as closed at possible to the control point what ever the compressor performance. When the
circuit is in capacity override (compressor status LEDs in the synopsis are blinking), the control will force
the close control capacity variable to enable until the circuit is no more in override.
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10. This decision allows to set the setpoint which is used for auto Z Multiplier calculation. The Z Multiplier
calculation tries to maintain, for each compressor, a maximum number of starts per hour equal to [zm_spt].
Thus, decreasing the setpoint shall increase the reactivity of the auto Z Multiplier to compressors cycling.
11. The Z Multiplier parameter allows to adjust the on/off time delay between compressors staging. It doesn't
affect loaders staging. Increasing this value shall increase the on/off time delay but shall reduce the
accuracy on the leaving temperature control.
wTthe current Z Multiplier is the result of calculation based on the number of starts of compressors.
However, the maximum Z multiplier calculation will be limited to the value entered in this decision.
12. This item allows the entering fluid control. Default is leaving fluid control. Entering fluid control can be used
for small charge.
4.2.4.2 - Service1 configuration table from main interface
The main interface allows to view and modify the service configuration table SERVICE1. Unit shall be stopped
and service password or factory password are required.
Entering fluid temperature control select ewt opt 18
Cooling and Heating Z multiplier. hc_zm 17
Auto z multiplier setpoint. zm_spt 16
Close capacity control select cls ctrl 15
Maximum Current differential in percent of MTA. curr dif 14
Maximum Current setpoint in percent of MTA curr max 13
Maximum Condensing Temperature differential. mct diff 12
Maximum Condensing Temperature setpoint mct_sp 11
Cooler pinch T setpoint Circuit B (lwt - sst setpoint displayed only if cap_b1 > 0). pinc_p_b 10 [2]
Cooler pinch setpoint Circuit A (lwt - sst setpoint) pinc_p_a 9
Discharge superheat setpoint circuit B (displayed only if cap_b1 > 0). dsh_sp_b 8 [2]
Discharge superheat setpoint circuit A. dsh_sp_a 7
Setpoint head pressure control - Derivative gain for Varifan or water valve control. Masked if the
Varifan or the water valve is not selected (hd_selec = 0).
hd_sp_dg 6 [2]
Setpoint head pressure control - Integral gain for Varifan or water valve control. Masked if the
Varifan or the water valve is not selected (hd_selec = 0).
hd_sp_ig 5 [2]
Setpoint head pressure control - Proportional gain for Varifan or water valve control. Masked if
the Varifan or the water valve is not selected (hd_selec = 0).
hd_sp_pg 4 [2]
Fan control - head pressure differential head_dif 3[2]
Fan control - head pressure differential timer. head_tim 2 [2]
Fluid type select. flui_typ 1
When selected this item shall allow to return to main menu. - 0
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4.2.4.3 - Service 2 configuration table from Service Tool
The Network Service tool allows to view and modify the service configuration table SERVICE2. Unit shall be
stopped and under CCN Operating Type control.
TABLE NAME: SERVICE2 PIC TABLE TYPE : 13H, instance 2
DESCRIPTION STATUS DEFAULT UNITS POINT
1 Condenser Pump Ctrl Type 0/1/2
1
0 - cond_ctr
2 Condenser Fluid Type 1/2/3
2
1 - cond_typ
3 Cooler Lowest Setpoint - 20 to 101
3
14 ^F low_setp
4 Cooler Heater Delta Spt 0.6 to 3.3
4
1.1 ^C heatersp
5 CCN/Clock Functions Enable/Disable
5
Enable - ccnclock
6 Auto Start When SM Lost Enable/Disable
6
Disable - auto_sm
7
8 RECLAIM PARAMETERS
9 Reclaim to Reclaim Delay 5 to 20
7
15 mn recl_del
10 Heat Reclaim Deadband 2.7 to 11.1
8
4.4 ^F recl_db
11 Recl Valve Min Position 0 to 50
9
20 %- min_3w
12 Recl Valve Max Position 20 to 100
10
100 % max_3w
10 Cir A SCT Ctrl Pt Coef a 1.1 to 11.1
11
4.4 ^C rsp_a_a
11 Cir B SCT Ctrl Pt Coef a 1.1 to 11.1
11
4.4 ^C rsp_a_b
12 Cir A SCT Ctrl Pt Offs b 0 .0to 5.5
12
1.7 ^C rsp_b_a
13 Cir B SCT Ctrl Pt Offs b 0.0 to 5.5
12
1.7 ^C rsp_b_b
14
15 User Password 0 to 150
13
11 - use_pass
16 Service Password 0 to 150
13
88 - ser_pass
1. This decision is only used for the water cooled chillers.
w0 - no control
w1 - condenser pump is based on the unit on/off status.
w2 - condenser pump is ON when unit is ON (compressors are ON )
2. This decision is only used for the water cooled chillers.
w1 = water, 2 = medium brine, 3 = low brine
wIf condenser fluid type is brine, condenser pump will not be turned on for condenser freeze protection
function
3. This decision allows to limit the setpoint of the customer (control point shall be higher than this value). It is
mostly used for brine application, as freezing condition depends on ratio on glycol and water.
4. Used for cooler heater operation, this item is applied to outside temperature to determine the freeze
conditions (see cooler heater operation section).
5. This item allows to use capabilities and functions based on CCN and clock..
6. If enable, when chiller looses communication with the System Manager, it shall force the its CHIL_S_S
variable to enable and auto all other variables. Chiller restarts in stand alone mode with default setpoint .
7. This decision allows to enter the entering temperature dead band for reclaim operation mode. See reclaim
operation description.
8. This decision allows to enter the delay between two air cooled to reclaim injection sessions. See reclaim
operation description.
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9. This decision allows to set the minimum position in percent of the reclaim condenser water valve. See
reclaim operation description.
10. This decision allows to set the maximum position in percent of the reclaim condenser water valve. See
reclaim operation. See reclaim operation description.
11. coefficient A in delta F / percent for circuit. This decision allows to set the coefficient A of the saturated
condensing temperature control point determination (rsp_a, for circuit A or rsp_b for circuit B) for each
circuit when reclaim operation is active. See the items description below and reclaim operation description.
12. offset B in delta F. This decision allows to set the offset B of the saturated condensing temperature control
point determination (rsp_a, for circuit A or rsp_b for circuit B) for each circuit when reclaim operation is
active.
Thus each circuit will have its control point as follows :
rsp_x = (hr_ewt + hr_lwt )/ 2 + rsp_x_a * cap_t_x / 100 + rsp_x_b:
cap_t_x = current capacity in percent of the circuit
x = circuit A or circuit B
13. User and service passwords used on main interface.
4.2.4.4 - Service 2 configuration table from main interface
The main interface allows to view and modify the service configuration table SERVICE2. Unit shall be stopped
and service password or factory password are required.
reclaim SCT control point determination, offset B, circuit B ^C rsp b b 16[2]
reclaim SCT control point determination, offset B, circuit A ^C rsp b a 15[2]
reclaim SCT control point determination, coef A , circuit B ^C% rsp a b 14[2]
reclaim SCT control point determination, coef A , circuit A ^C% rsp_a_a 13[2]
reclaim water valve maximum position % max_3w 12[2]
reclaim water valve minimum position % min_3w 11[2]
reclaim to reclaim delay minute recl_del 10[2]
reclaim entering temperature deadband ^C hr deadb 9[2]
Service password. - ser pass 8
User password. - use_pass 7
Auto restart when loss of communication with SM. Not dislayed if the control is not
fitted with the optional CCN/clock board (ccnclock = yes).
- auto_sm 6[1]
Clock capabilities select. Not displayed if the control is not fitted with the optional
CCN/clock board (RTC_CHIP_PRESENT = no). Always displayed when ccnclock =
yes.
- ccnclock 5[1]
Cooler lowest setpoint C low setp 4[1]
Cooler heater delta setpoint. ^C heatersp 5[1]
Condenser fluid type. - cond typ 2
Condenser control type. - cond_ctr 1
When selected this item shall allow to return to main menu. - - 0
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4.2.4.5 - Service 3 configuration table from Service Tool
The Network Service tool allows to view and modify the service configuration table MAINCFG. Unit should be
stopped and under CCN Operating Type control.
TABLE NAME: MAINTCFG PIC TABLE TYPE : 13H, instance 4
DESCRIPTION STATUS DEFAULT UNITS POINT
1 MAINTENANCE CONFIG
2
3 Servicing Alert Enable/Disable Disable - s_alert
4
5 Refrigerant Charge Ctrl Enable/Disable Disable - charge_c
6 Water Loop Control Enable/Disable Disable - wloop_c
7 Air Exchanger Control Enable/Disable Disable - aexch_c
8
9 CPump 1 Ctl Delay (days) 0 to 1000 0 - cpump1_c
10 CPump 2 Ctl Delay (days) 0 to 1000 0 - cpump2_c
11 HPump Ctrl Delay (days) 0 to 1000 0 hpump_c
12 Water Filter Ctrl (days) 0 to 1000 0 - wfilte_c
13 A1 Oil Filter Ctl (days) 0 to 1000 0 ofila1_c
14 A2 Oil Filter Ctl (days) 0 to 1000 0 ofila2_c
15 B1 Oil Filter Ctl (days) 0 to 1000 0 ofilb1_c
16 B2 Oil Filter Ctl (days) 0 to 1000 0 ofilb2_c
4.2.4.6 - Service 3 configuration table from main interface
The main interface allows to view and modify the service configuration table MAINCFG. Unit should be stopped
and service password or factory password are required.
Oil filer b2 next service in days (displayed only cap b2 > 0) - ofilb2 m 12[1]
Oil filer b1 next service in days (displayed only cap_b1> 0) - ofilb1_m 11[1]
Oil filer a2 next service in days (displayed only cap_a2 > 0) - ofila2_m 10[1]
Oil filer a1 next service in days. - ofila1 m 9[1]
Water filter next service in days. - wfilte m 8[1]
Condenser water pump next service in days, (displayed only if recl_opt = yes or
unit typ = 2 or 3 and cond tr > 0)
- hpump_m 7[1]
Cooler water pump #2 next service in days (displayed only if pump_seq > 1) - cpump2_m 6[1]
Cooler water pump #1 next service in days (displayed only if pump_seq > 0) - cpump1_m 5[1]
Air exchanger control select - aexch m 4[1]
Water loop size control select - wloop m 3[1]
Refrigerant charge control select - charge m 2[1]
Reset maintenance select. - s reset 1
When selected this item shall allow to return to the main menu. - 0
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4.2.4.7 - Service 4 configuration table from Service Tool
The Network Service tool allows to view and modify the service configuration table UPDTHOUR. Unit should be
stopped and under CCN Operating Type control.
TABLE NAME: UPDTHOUR PIC TABLE TYPE : 13H, instance 3
DESCRIPTION STATUS UNITS POINT
1 TABLE TO BE USED FOR RUN
2 TIMES & STARTS UPDATE IN
3 CASE OF CONTROL RETROFIT
4
5 Machine Operating Hours nnnnn hours hr_mach
6 Machine Starts nnnnn - st_mach
7 Compressor A1 Hours nnnnn hours hr_cp_a1
8 Compressor A2 Hours nnnnn hours hr_cp_a2
9 Compressor A1 Starts nnnnn - st_cp_a1
10 Compressor A2 Starts nnnnn - st_cp_a2
11 Compressor B1 Hours nnnnn hours hr_cp_b1
12 Compressor B2 Hours nnnnn hours hr_cp_b2
13 Compressor B1 Starts nnnnn - st_cp_b1
14 Compressor B2 Starts nnnnn - st_cp_b2
15 Cooler Pump #1 Hours nnnnn hours hr_cpum1
16 Cooler Pump #2 Hours nnnnn hours hr_cpum2
17 Condenser Pump Hours nnnnn hours hr_hpump
Note: this table shall be used for purposes of transplanting the devices on time or starts number in the event of a
module hardware failure or software upgrade via downloading. It shall be usable only if all items are still nul.
Afterwards, its access shall be denied.
4.2.4.8 - Service 4 configuration table from main interface, runtime sub menu
The main interface allows to view and modify the service configuration table UPDTHOUR. Unit shalld be stopped
and service password or factory password are required.
Condenser Pump operating hours. Not displayed if cond_ctr =
0 or recl opt =0 and uni typ =1 or 4
hrs/10 or 100 hr_hpump 15 [1]
Cooler Pump #2 operating hours. Only if pump_seq > 1. hrs/10 or 100 hr_cpum2 14 [1]
Cooler Pump #1 operating hours. Only if pump seq > 0. hrs/10 or 100 hr cpum1 13 [1]
Average of Maximum number of compressors starts/hour
during last 24 hours
- st_cp_av 12
Maximum number of compressors starts during last hour - st cp mx 11
Compressor B2 starts (only if cap_b2 > 0) -/10 or 100 st_cp_b2 10 [1]
Compressor B1 starts (only if cap_b1 > 0) -/10 or 100 st_cp_b1 9 [1]
Compressor A2 starts (only if cap a2 > 0) -/10 or 100 st cp a2 8 [1]
Compressor A1 starts -/10 or 100 st cp a1 7
Machine starts -/10 or 100 st mach 6
Compressor B2 operating hours (only if cap b2 > 0) hrs/10 or 100 hr cp b2 5 [1]
Compressor B1 operating hours (only if cap_b1 > 0) hrs/10 or 100 hr_cp_b1 4 [1]
Compressor A2 operating hours (only if cap_a2 > 0) hrs/10 or 100 hr_cp_a2 3 [1]
Compressor A1 operating hours hrs/10 or 100 hr cp a1 2
Machine operating hours hrs/10 or 100 hr mach 1
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4.2.5 - User configuration
This configuration is accessible by the customer. Parameters can be modified either through the unit main
interface (see iom manual), the Network Service Tool (see appendix).
4.2.6 - Network configuration
4.2.6.1 - General
This configuration is used to set network functions. It can be done through the Building Supervisor or the Network
Service Tool.
Two network configurations can be implemented on Pro-Dialog control:
wSetting controller time and date
wConfiguring alarm configuration table
wConfiguring the master/slave function
4.2.6.2 - Configuring a control as a broadcast acknowledger
In order for CCN functions to operate properly, one and only one Broadcast Acknowledger is required per bus.
wVerify that no other controller on the bus is configured as a broadcast acknowledger.
wTo configure an element as a Broadcast Acknowledger:
Use function (8) of the NETWORK SERVICE TOOL: Address Search
Establish connection with the module chosen to be the Broadcast Acknowledger.
Position the cursor on driver type and Enter 3.
Press F2 to transmit the configuration. This element is now the bus broadcast aknowledger
4.2.6.3 - Setting time and date
The modification of the time and date of a Pro-dialog controller can be done through the network. Setting the
correct date and time is necessary for units connected on a network which collects alarms.
Two methods are available:
wThrough the Network Service Tool in Carrier Control:
Select Building-Time. This allows to send time of day, date, day of week to all controllers
connected to the network.
When Building-Time is selected, the Service Tool clock is displayed:
Press F2 to transmit this data to the network. If the displayed time is incorrect, modify your PC
time or set the correct time and date on screen.
Note: If no broadcast aknowledger has been configured on the bus, a communication error will be
displayed. However, controller connected on the network will be set to the date displayed on
screen.
wThrough the Network Service Tool in Carrier Control/Select:
Use the Select function to select a controller.
Once selected choose Ctrl-Time function
Controller-time allows you to view and set the clock functions in the selected device. The clock of
the selected device is read and displayed as shown in the following screen:
Type over any incorrect data and press F2 to send the information to the controller.
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4.2.6.4 - Pro-Dialog alarm configuration table
The Pro-Dialog control has an alarm configuration table associated with it: ALARMDEF. This table can be
accessed through the Modify Controller menu of the Network Service Tool. This table needs to be configured
only if the unit is network connected to a Building Supervisor, an Autodial Gateway or a Dataport 2, and only if
these options are configured to receive network alarms.
The parameters which are configured in this table determine the handling of alarms.
TABLE NAME: ALARMDEF PIC TABLE TYPE : 14H, instance 4
DESCRIPTION STATUS DEFAULT POINT
1 Alarm Routing Control 0-11111111 00000000 ALRM_CNT
2 Alarm Equipment Priority 0 - 7 4 EQP_TYP
3 Comm Failure Retry Time 1 - 240 min 10 RETRY_TM
4 Realarm Time 1 - 255 min 30 RE_ALARM
5 Alarm System Name 8 chars PD4_GXHX ALRM_NAM
ALARMDEF Decisions description:
ALARM ROUTING CONTROL
This decision determines which CCN system elements will receive and process alarms sent by the
Pro-Dialog. Input for the decision consists of eight digits, each of which can be set to either 0 or 1. Setting a
digit to 1 specifies that alarm will be sent to the system element that correspond to that digit. Setting all digits
to 0 disables alarm processing. Digits in this decision correspond to CCN elements in the following manners:
Note: If the CCN network does not contain a Building Supervisor, Autodial Gateway, or Dataport 2 to
serve as an alarm acknowledger, all digits in this decision shall be set to 0 in order to prevent
unnecessary activity on the CCN communication bus.
Allowable Entries 0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
Default 00000000
ALARM EQUIPMENT PRIORITY
A Building Supervisor uses the value in this decision when sorting alarms by level. Within any group of
alarms that all have the same level, the Building Supervisor sorts alarms according to Alarm Equipment
Priority.
Allowable Entries 0 to 7 (priority numbers)
Default 4
COMM FAILURE RETRY TIME
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0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Local Building
Supervisor(s)
Autodial Gateway(s)
Dataport 2
This decision specifies the amount of time that will be allowed to elapse between alarm retries. Retries occur
when an alarm is not acknowledged by a network alarm acknowledger, which may be either a Building
Supervisor, an Autodial Gateway, or a Dataport 2. If the acknowledgement is not received, the alarm will be
retransmitted after the number of minutes specified in this decision.
Allowable Entries 1 to 240 minutes
Default 10 minutes
REALARM TIME
This decision specifies the amount of time that will be allowed to elapse between re-alarms. A re-alarm
occurs when the condition that caused the initial alarm continues to persist for the number of minutes
specified in this decision. Re-alarming will continue to occur at the specified interval until the condition
causing the alarm is corrected.
Allowable Entries 1 to 254 minutes
Default 30 minutes
ALARM SYSTEM NAME
This decision specifies the system element name that will appear in alarms generated by the Pro-Dialog
control.
Allowable Entries Up to 8 alphanumeric characters
Default PRO_30GX
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4.2.6.5 - Master/Slave configuration table
The MST_SLV table can be accessed through the Modify Controller menu of the Network Service Tool or the
main interface. This table needs to be configured if the master/slave function is used. Master/slave function
allows the Pro-Dialog unit to operate as master or a slave in a two chillers plant. See section 4.20.
TABLE NAME: MST_SLV PIC TABLE TYPE : 10H, instance 3
DESCRIPTION STATUS DEFAULT UNITS POINT
1 MASTER/SLAVE CONTROL
2
3 Master/Slave Select: 0/1/2
1
0 - ms_sel
4 0 = Disable
5 1 = Master
6 2 = Slave
7 Master Control Type: 1/2/3 1 - ms_ctrl
8 1 = Local Control
9 2 = Remote Control
10 3 = CCN Control
11 Slave Address 1 to 236 1 - slv_addr
12 Lag Start Timer 2 to 30
2
10 min lstr_tim
13 Lead/Lag Balance Yes/No
3
No - ll_bal
14 Lead/Lag Balance Delta 40 to 400
4
168 hours ll_bal_d
15 Lag Unit Pump Control 0/1 0 - lag_pump
16 0 = Stop if Unit Stops
17 1 = Run if Unit Stops
18 Lead Pulldown Time 0 to 60
5
0 minutes lead_pul
Decisions description:
1. This decision allows the unit to operate as master or a slave in a two chillers master/slave. The master
chiller monitors all external commands as start/stop, demand limiting, setpoint select or reset via CCN bus.
Control of the slave chiller is done through commands (start/stop, demand limit, setpoint, heat cool)
emitted by the master chiller. The slave will not be allowed to operate as a slave if its CHIL_S_S,
CTRL_PNT or DEM_LIM, HC_SEL variables has a force priority higher than a control force.
2. This timer is started when all conditions to start the lag chiller are satisfied. Lag chiller shall not be started
until this timer is elapsed. To be set in the master unit table only.
3. This decision allows to activate two chillers lead/lag balance function. It is used for master/slave chiller
running time equalization. When this function is active, once per day or each time the master chiller is
switched from the off to the on state the control determines the lead chiller based on both chillers run hours
delta. When the run hours delta is greater than the configured lead/lag balance delta then a changeover
will occur and the unit with the smallest operating hours value will become the lead. This function cannot
operate if the master chiller demand limit is less than 100%. In that case, the master chiller will always be
the lead. To be set in the master unit table only.
4. This function allows to set the lead/lag balance delta used for master/slave chiller running time
equalization. Lead/lag changeover occurs when the lead/lag operating time delta overlaps the configured
balance value and provided that master unit is not under demand limit control.
5. This decision allows to set the lead chiller pull down duration before the lag chiller starts.
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4.3 - Cooler Interlock contact
A contact to check the status of a safety loop is provided (cooler flow switch and customer interlock are wired
internally in series). Its function is to prevent the unit from starting if the contact is open while the delay at startup has
expired. The contact must also stay closed as long as the unit is not stopped through Local, Remote or CCN control.
If the cooler pump is controlled by the pro-dialog and if the cooler contact is closed after 2 minutes the cooler pump
is turned OFF provided that the contact is failed CLOSED, the alarm 75 shall be active and the unit can't no more
start until manual reset.
4.4 - Cooler heater control
This function is applied only for air cooled units and is related to the cooler pump function when the unit state is OFF
or when unit operates as a lag chiller in master/slave operation and in standby mode. This is provided on outdoor
unit as a safeguard against the cooler freezing. The cooler heater is associated with refrigerant isolation solenoids,
one output per circuit whose goal is to prevent the refrigerant from migrating into the condenser when chiller is
stopped.
The following logic shall be used:
wIf the outdoor air temperature is below the cooler heater trip point and if either the saturated suction temperature
of circuit A or saturated suction temperature of circuit B are lower than the cooler heater trip point plus 3.3 ^C,
the cooler heater shall be activated.
wNormally the isolation valves shall prevent refrigerant in the cooler from migrating into the condenser. For this
case, cooler heater can ensure cooler protection efficiently without the need of using cooler pump.
wIf it is not the case (SST remain low), the pump shall be turned on every 7 minutes to check freezing conditions
and additional heat to the cooler : cooler fluid temp (< 3 - [SSTa + SSTb]/2). Pump shall be turned of if cooler
fluid temp > (8C - [SSTa + SSTb]/2).
wIf both saturated suction temperatures of circuit A and circuit B are greater than the cooler heater trip point plus
5.5 ^C, the cooler heater shall be turned off. The pump shall be allowed to stop.
heater trip point = freeze + heat_spt (heat_sp from SERVICE2 table)
freeze = 1.1 for water, coldest setpoint - 4.4^C for brine
4.5 - Oil heater control
Each circuit has its own oil separator fitted with an oil heater. Both circuit oil heater are controlled independently .
Since there is no oil temperature sensor, the oil heater will be controlled based on the saturated condensing
temperature as follows :
wOil heater ON when outside temperature is below 17C.
wOil heater OFF when outside temperature is above 25C
wOil heater OFF when circuit is in operation or oil level is low (oil_sw is OPEN).
4.6 - Motor Cooling Control without plate exchanger economizer
The screw compressor motors used in the Global Chiller control are refrigerant cooled. The control strategy for motor
cooling relies on vapor at light loads, and supplementary liquid refrigerant at high loads. Each compressor will have
its own cooling solenoid. An additional motor cooling solenoid is required when operating in high condensing
temperature. It is automatically controlled by pro-dialog even if it is not mounted in the units. The motor cooling
solenoids shall be cycled to allow liquid to cool the motor. The main motor cooling solenoid control is based on the
motor temperature and its setpoint (83C) using a quasi-fuzzy logic. The additional motor cooling solenoid control is
just based on the discharge gas temperature.
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4.7 - Motor Cooling Control with sub cooling plate exchanger
The sub cooling plate exchanger replaces the old economizer for simple maintenance and cost reduction. Thus the
screw compressor motors are cooled by refrigerant from the plate exchanger, located between condenser and exv
(see scheme below). The refrigerant flow through this exchanger for motor cooling purpose is controlled by a
thermal expansion valve. The opening of this valve is done by heating its internal resistor via 24 vac ouput signal
from the screw compressor board, channel 13. For circuit which has 2 compressors, an additional solenoid (see
scheme below, x=a for circuit A, x=b for circuit B) shall be controlled to balance motor temperatures. These solenoid
output are located at channel 14 of the screw compressor board.
Evaporator
Condenser
EXV
motor cooling valve
sub-cooling
plate exchanger
compressor 1
compressor 2
cpx1_mc2
cpx2_mc2
4.7.1 Motor Cooling Control with TQ feedback Signal Control
(refer to factory configuration and wiring for retrofit, pages, 21, 23 and 24)
Tq valve opening position depends on the heat (resistor is the image) on the TQ valve and also the equali-
sation pressure located at plate exchanger (in our application, quite the same than economiser pressure).
With the same economiser pressure, the higher heating signal is commanded (CPA1_PUL, or
CPB1_PUL), the lower is the resistor and the more the valve is opened.
With same heating signal value, if the economiser pressure increases, the valve will tend to close. And
vice versa
Based on this relation, if the feedback signal is enabled, the control will check all the time the relation TQ
position = F (economiser pressure/TQ resistor) and shall make a kind of override (absolutely required at
the start-up, resistor is very high)
When a value of 200 is sent on CPA1_PUL or CPB1_PUL (hardware SIO variable) some time, that means
resistor value is a little above the minimum position, preheat is sent.
This value is sent also when loading capacity.
When the economiser pressure is steady, and TQ resistor is near to the pre-opening position, regular
control (PID) is used.
TQ resistor sensor is connected to the EXV board. The value read is in K Ohms MTQ_RESA (for circuit
A), MTQ_RESB (for circuit B). During regular operation, value read shall be from 0.7 k Ohm to 4 k
Ohms.
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4.8 - CAPACITY CONTROL
This function adjusts the number of active compressors and loaders to keep the leaving water temperature at the
setpoint. The precision with which this is achieved depends upon the capacity of the water loop, the water flow
rate, the load and the number of capacity control steps available. The control continuously takes account of the
temperature error with respect to the control point, the rate of change of the leaving fluid temperature and the delta
of temperatures between the entering and leaving fluid in order to determine the optimum time to add or subtract
steps of capacity.
Note: a too important number of starts of a particular compressor will automatically cause a limitation of the
compressors starts. This will affect the precision of the water loop temperature control.
4.8.1 - Logic description
4.8.1.1 - Basic logic
To operate the capacity control task uses the following inputs:
wEWT Entering water temperature
wLWT Leaving water temperature
wCTRL_PNT Control point
wCooling z_multiplier Z Multiplier (range: 1.0 to 6.0)
wHeating z_multiplier Z Multiplier (range: 1.0 to 6.0)
The control calculates the SMZ: load/unload factor. It is compared to the z_multiplier to determine when to add or
remove stage:
wIf (sum/z) > +z_multiplier -> stage = +1 (add a compressor)
w If (sum/z) > +0.6 and if a loader is available (loader is OFF) -> stage = +1 (add a loader)
w If (sum/z) < - z_multiplier -> stage = -1 (remove one compressor)
wIf sum/z) < -0.6 and loader is avaialble (loader is ON) -> stage = -1 (turn off one loader)
Note: z_multiplier doesn't apply to loaders.
4.8.1.2 - Z Multiplier calculation
The z_multiplier factor allows to indirectly increase the compressor on/off time delay. In consequence, it can be
adjusted (increased) to avoid compressors short cycling. This function requires the following Service configuration:
vAuto Z Multiplier sepoint (zm_spt). Default to 6.
vCooling and heating Z Multiplier max value (hc_zm). default to 6.0.
This function adapts the z_multiplier to the unit compressor cycles number (the cycle number shall be based on
the compressor which has been the most started during an hour). The significant period for compressors cycling
shall be of one hour.
If the cycle counter exceeds the setpoint (zm_spt), then the z_multiplier value shall be increased based on the
cycle number (PID loop). The function shall not take care of the loaders cycling.
The calculated value of the z_multiplier shall not exceed the configured hc_zm.
If the unit returns to normal operating condition with a cycles counter going down then the calculated z_multiplier
shall progressively return to its normal value (zm = 1.0). The rate at which the calculated z_multiplier returns to
normal shall be lower than the rate at which it is increased.
The setpoint value shall allow to adapt the auto z multiplier calculation to the installation. The setpoint ranges
from 4 to 6.
During normal operation, each modification of the unit capacity is followed by a dead time when no capacity
modification is possible. The duration of this dead time is 90 seconds.
4.8.1.3 - Overrides
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sum/z ratio will be overridden if any one of the following conditions is satisfied.
1 Cooler freeze protection
2,3 Very Low saturated suction temperature
4 Low source temperature protection
5,6 Low discharge superheat temperature
7, 8 Low temperature Cooling/High temperature heating
9 Demand limit
10 Cooler Lock
11 Slow change override
12 Ramp loading
13 Minimum ON/OFF delay
14 High temperature cooling and low temperature heating
15 System Manager control
16, 17 High pressure
18,19 High current
20, 21 Low saturated suction temperature
22,23,24,25 High condensing temperature
28 Compressor startup with loader 1 on due to low condensing temperature
26, 27 Low Oil Level when circuit is OFF
29,30 Stopping circuit due to low oil level (allowed thrice within 2 hours) before going to alarm
31,32 High motor temperature on economizer units (T > 93C)
33,34 Stopping compressor due high motor temperature (T > 110C, allowed thrice within 2 hours)
before going to alarm
35 Chiller current limit
Note : When overrides 2,3 , 5, 6, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 are active, the variable close control (cls_ctrl) shall be
enabled whatever the configuration to allow unloading the last loader in the circuit.
Chiller Current Override (override #35)
This function allows customer to limit the total current (it does not include current of fans, valves, heaters, oil pumps
...) of all the compressors during operation. The chiller current limit can be modified through USER configuration
(USER table or User configuration by main interface). This function is similar to demand limit function.
wIf the chiller current is greater than the chiller current limit , then a stage of capacity will be removed.
wIf chiller current plus the added current of selected compressor is greater than the chiller current limit, the
increase of capacity will not be allowed. If the compressors is OFF, its added current is 80% of its MTA. If the
selected compressor is on but deos not reach 100% capacity, an added stage on the same compressor will add
40% of its current.
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4.9 - COMPRESSORS & LOADERS LOADING SEQUENCE
4.9.1 - General Description
The Global chillers uses compressors which have better performance at full load than at part load. Therefore, the
loading sequence strategy will be different than for the flotronic II or for the Pro-dialog 30 G & H. The following list
applies only to capacity control. For High Ambient Unloading, it can be overridden.
1. A compressor will not be started until all other running compressors are 100% loaded.
2. On units with 3 compressors, both circuits cannot have their loaders off at the same time once 3 or
more of the compressors in the unit are on. Where possible, the circuit which is starting a
compressor will be the one which is to be unloaded.
3. Any time a lag compressor in a circuit is starting, the loaders in the circuit shall be turned off
(unloading all compressors in the circuit). This shall be done 15 seconds prior to starting the new
compressor. 15 seconds after the new compressor has started, the loaders shall be set to their
desired state. When a lead compressor is starting, all loaders shall be turned off when the
compressor relay is turned on (+/- 2 seconds), and shall be set to their desired state 15 seconds
after the compressor has been started.
4. There shall be a configuration decision for "close control", which (when selected) will cause the
control to utilize all of the loading devices to achieve better leaving water temperature control.
5. Whenever any compressor in a circuit is going to be stopped normally, the circuit shall be fully
unloaded for 15 seconds prior to shutting down the compressor. This shall not apply when the
reason for a shutdown is due to an alarm condition.
7. For any shutdown, all compressors and loaders will be shut down at the same time.
For more than 2 compressors, two types of sequencing are available and configurable by the user through either the
Main Interface or through the CCN network:
wEqual circuit loading: The control shall attempt to maintain equal capacity between the circuits as the machine
loads and unloads.
wStaged circuit loading: The control shall load the lead circuit completely before the lag circuit is started. When
the load is decreasing the lag circuit shall be unloaded first.
Circuit compressors sequence select shall try to equalize the compressor starts number. That means any
compressor in the circuit can become the lead compressor if it has the lowest starts number, however, this shall be
balanced with the operating hours.
Loaders in the same circuit are commanded simultaneously. Thus one loader variable is displayed.
When a circuit is overridden (compressor status are blinking in the synopsis) because of low suction
temperature, low or high discharge temperature or high condensing temperature (high pressure), or high
current then no capacity increase shall be allowed on the affected circuit. This circuit is selected to unload
capacity first when unloading capacity condition is required.
4.9.2- Compressor capacity determination
Each compressor has three stages capacity. Simulation had been done to determine the average capacity
corresponding to those stages as following :
No loader ON -> 40%
Only loader_1 -> 70%
Both loaders ON -> = 100%
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4.9.3- Staged Loading Increasing Capacity Logic
ON ON 2 ON ON 2
OFF ON 2 ON ON 2
ON ON 1 ON ON 2
OFF ON 1 ON ON 2
OFF OFF 0 ON ON 2
OFF OFF 0 OFF ON 2
OFF OFF 0 ON ON 1
OFF OFF 0 OFF ON 1
OFF OFF 0 OFF OFF 1
OFF OFF 0 OFF OFF 0
LOADER
2
LOADER
1
NUMBER OF
COMPRESSORS
LOADER
2
LOADER
1
NUMBER OF
COMPRESSORS
LAG CIRCUIT LEAD CIRCUIT
4.9.4- Equal Loading Increasing Capacity Logic with close_control = NO
ON ON 2 ON ON 2
OFF ON 2 ON ON 2
ON ON 1 ON ON 2
ON ON 1 OFF ON 2
ON ON 1 ON ON 1
OFF ON 1 ON ON 1
OFF ON 1 OFF ON 1
OFF OFF 0 ON ON 1
OFF OFF 0 OFF ON 1
OFF OFF 0 OFF OFF 1
OFF OFF 0 OFF OFF 0
LOADER
2
LOADER
1
NUMBER OF
COMPRESSORS
LOADER
2
LOADER
1
NUMBER OF
COMPRESSORS
LAG CIRCUIT LEAD CIRCUIT
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4.9.5- Equal Loading Increasing Capacity Logic with close_control = YES
ON ON 2 ON ON 2
OFF ON 2 ON ON 2
ON ON 1 ON ON 2
ON ON 1 OFF ON 2
ON ON 1 ON ON 1
OFF ON 1 ON ON 1
OFF OFF 1 ON ON 1
OFF OFF 1 OFF ON 1
OFF OFF 0 ON ON 1
OFF OFF 0 OFF ON 1
OFF OFF 0 OFF OFF 1
OFF OFF 0 OFF OFF 0
LOADER
2
LOADER
1
NUMBER OF
COMPRESSORS
LOADER
2
LOADER
1
NUMBER OF
COMPRESSORS
LAG CIRCUIT LEAD CIRCUIT
4.9.6- Equal Loading Decreasing Capacity Logic with close_control = YES
OFF OFF 0 OFF OFF 1
OFF OFF 0 OFF ON 1
OFF OFF 0 ON ON 1
OFF OFF 1 OFF ON 1
OFF ON 1 OFF ON 1
OFF ON 1 ON ON 1
OFF OFF 1 OFF ON 2
OFF ON 1 OFF ON 2
OFF ON 1 ON ON 2
OFF ON 2 OFF ON 2
OFF ON 2 ON ON 2
ON ON 2 ON ON 2
LOADER
2
LOADER
1
NUMBER OF
COMPRESSORS
LOADER
2
LOADER
1
NUMBER OF
COMPRESSORS
LAG CIRCUIT LEAD CIRCUIT
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4.9.7 - Equal Loading Decreasing Capacity Logic with close_control = NO
OFF OFF 0 OFF OFF 0
OFF OFF 0 OFF OFF 1
OFF OFF 0 OFF ON 1
OFF OFF 0 ON ON 1
OFF ON 1 OFF ON 1
OFF ON 1 ON ON 1
ON ON 1 ON ON 1
OFF ON 1 ON ON 2
ON ON 1 ON ON 2
OFF ON 2 ON ON 2
ON ON 2 ON ON 2
LOADER
2
LOADER
1
NUMBER OF
COMPRESSORS
LOADER
2
LOADER
1
NUMBER OF
COMPRESSORS
LAG CIRCUIT LEAD CIRCUIT
4.9.8 - Staged Loading Decreasing Capacity Logic with close_control = NO
OFF OFF 0 OFF OFF 0
OFF OFF 0 OFF OFF 1
OFF OFF 0 OFF ON 1
OFF OFF 0 ON ON 1
OFF OFF 0 OFF ON 2
OFF OFF 0 ON ON 2
OFF ON 1 ON ON 2
ON ON 1 ON ON 2
OFF ON 2 ON ON 2
ON ON 2 ON ON 2
LOADER
2
LOADER
1
NUMBER OF
COMPRESSORS
LOADER
2
LOADER
1
NUMBER OF
COMPRESSORS
LAG CIRCUIT LEAD CIRCUIT
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4.9.9 - Staged Loading Decreasing Capacity Logic with close_control = YES
OFF OFF 0 OFF OFF 0
OFF OFF 0 OFF OFF 1
OFF OFF 0 OFF ON 1
OFF OFF 0 ON ON 1
OFF OFF 0 OFF ON 2
OFF OFF 1 OFF ON 2
OFF OFF 1 ON ON 2
OFF ON 1 ON ON 2
ON ON 1 ON ON 2
OFF ON 2 ON ON 2
ON ON 2 ON ON 2
LOADER
2
LOADER
1
NUMBER OF
COMPRESSORS
LOADER
2
LOADER
1
NUMBER OF
COMPRESSORS
LAG CIRCUIT LEAD CIRCUIT
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4.10 - EXV CONTROL
4.10.1 - General
The EXV is controlled to maintain minimum pinch for insuring the cooler exchange performance through the delta
temperature between the cooler fluid and the saturated suction temperature. EXV opening movement will normally
decrease the cooler pinch and thus increase the cooler exchange performance. But it shall not open too much
provided a drop in discharge superheat , low oil pressure and refrigerant flow.
The EXV control shall deal with two goals : Smaller Cooler Pinch and Discharge Superheat Protection.
Additional protection against excessive EXV opening is applied to ensure the condenser heat transfer (sub cooling).
It may happen when operating in high condensing temperature and indirectly high discharge superheat, exv would
tend to open continuously to get the lower pinch due to the setpoint and unfortunately in certain conditions, this value
has reached the limit, though it is higher than the setpoint. Therefore, EXV position limit shall be set when there is
no more variation in cooler pinch for a variation of EXV position of 4 percent.
EXV position shall also be limited to avoid hunting problem due to low discharge superheat protection. It may occur
when operating in a low condensing temperature, the discharge superheat protection can switch from enable to
disable in few scans and so on.
This control uses a kind of auto adaptive method whose goal is to find out the optimal position of EXV for insuring an
optimal pinch with a correct discharge superheat and sub cooling.
4.10.2 - Overrides
over_exv Override Description with and priority precedence.
1 Low ambient startup
2 Low Saturated Suction Temperature
3 Very Low Saturated Suction Temperature
4 Very Low Discharge Superheat
5 Mop control (Closing EXV)
6 Cooler pinch regular control
7 Reclaim injection override
8 High Saturated Suction Temperature (no movement)
9 Low Saturated Suction with High Saturated Condensing Temperature
10,11 Capacity increase
12,13, 14 Capacity decrease
15 Reclaim pumpdown session
16,17 Discharge Superheat lower than control point
18, 20 Safeguard Discharge Superheat
19 Exv position limitation active
21,26 Safeguard optimal cooler pinch due high Discharge Superheat or lower exv
position
22 Closing EXV due to good pinch and high motor temperature for economizer unit
23 Exv position limitation active, and go back to previous position
24, 25 EXV limitation is reinitialized
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4.11 - Air Cooled Condensing Pressure Control
Head pressure differential value and head pressure differential timer can be adjusted in the Service menu.
Decreasing these values will increase fan cycling. This differential value and timer can be reduced since the unit is
fitted with an important number of fan stages, as to increase the condensing control accuracy. But in certain cases,
notably on units with few fan stages, at too small value can causes superheat hunting problems.
Varifan PID gains can be modified in the Service menu (not recommended). See section 4.2.3.
SCT control point without varifan
To avoid fan cycles and also to ensure a minimum expected SCT for oil pressure, SCT control shall be
adjusted based on OAT, the same for SCT differential as

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4.12.1 - Air Cooled Condensing Pressure Control - Fan staging with Aux board
Each DO shall support only one fan. The first DO is not used if varifan is present to standardize the way
of making connection and to avoid wiring mistake.
4.12.2 - Air Cooled Condensing Pressure Control - Fan staging
The combination described here below is for 4 fans configured maximum, each DO commands 1 fan
4 fan_1 + fan_2 + fan_3 + fan_4 on on on on 4
3 fan_1 + fan_2+ fan_3 off on on on 3
2 fan_1 + fan_2 off off on on 2
1 fan_1 off off off on 1
0 0 off off off off 0
total
fans
fans controlled DO_4 DO_3 DO_2 DO_1 stage
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The following combinations are used for a circuit with more than 4 fans configured
5 fan_1 + fan_2 + fan_3 + fan_4 + fan_5 on on on on 5
4 fan_1 + fan_2 + fan_3 + fan_4 off on on on 4
3 fan_1 + - + fan_3 + fan_4 off on off on 3
2 fan_1 + fan_2 off off on on 2
1 fan_1 off off off on 1
0 0 off off off off 0
total
fans
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6 fan_1+ fan_2 + fan_3 + fan_4 + fan_5 + fan_6 on on on on 6
5 fan_1+ - + fan_3 + fan_4+ fan_5 + fan_6 on on off on 5
4 fan_1+ fan_2 + fan_3 + fan_4 off on on on 4
3 fan_1+ - + fan_3 + fan_4 off on off on 3
2 fan_1+ fan_2 off off on on 2
1 fan_1 off off off on 1
0 - off off off off 0
total
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fans controlled DO_4 DO_3 DO_2 DO_1 stage
7 fan_1 + fan_2 + fan_3 + fan_4 + fan_5 + fan_6 + fan_7 on on on on 7
6 fan_1 + - + fan_3 + fan_4 + fan_5 + fan_6 + fan_7 on on off on 6
5 fan_1 + fan_2 + - + - + fan_5 + fan_6 + fan_7 on off on on 5
4 fan_1 + fan_2 + fan_3 + fan_4 off on on on 4
3 fan_1 + - + fan_3 + fan_4 off on off on 3
2 fan_1 + fan_2 off off on on 2
1 fan_1 off off off on 1
0 - off off off off 0
total
fans
fans controlled DO_4 DO_3 DO_2 DO_1 stage
8 fan_1 + fan_2 + fan_3 + fan_4 + fan_5 + fan_6 + fan_7 + fan_8 on on on on 8
7 fan_1 + - + fan_3 + fan_4 + fan_5 + fan_6 + fan_7 + fan_8 on on off on 7
6 fan_1 + fan_2 + - + - + fan_5 + fan_6 + fan_7 + fan_8 on off on on 6
5 fan_1 + - + - + - + fan_5 + fan_6 + fan_7 + fan_8 on off off on 5
4 fan_1 + fan_2 + fan_3 + fan_4 off on on on 4
3 fan_1 + - + fan_3 + fan_4 off on off on 3
2 fan_1 + fan_2 off off on on 2
1 fan_1 off off off on 1
0 - off off off off 0
total
fans
fans controlled DO_4 DO_3 DO_2 DO_1 stage
4.13 - Water Cooled Condensing Pressure Control
The control of a common water valve for both circuits is required. The water valve control will be based on the
highest saturated condensing temperature of both circuit or based on the operating circuit if the other is OFF.
Water valve PID gains can be modified in the Service menu (when unit is OFF). See section 4.2.3. They are
accessible though the table SERVICE1 and can be modified during operation.
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4.14 - High Pressure (Maximum Condensing Temperature) Override
This function shall be used to avoid circuit high pressure trip while the condensing pressure reaches a configurable
override threshold (Service 1 Configuration).
wIf the saturated condensing temperature is greater than the maximum condensing temperature (mct_sp) minus
the maximum condensing temperature override differential (mct_diff) but less than the maximum condensing
temperature (mct_sp) then the circuit capacity increase shall be inhibited.
wIf the saturated condensing temperature is greater than the maximum condensing temperature (mct_sp) then the
circuit capacity shall be reduced. The first capacity stage shall never be turned off even if that causes a circuit
high pressure trip.
wIf the circuit capacity has been reduced due to high condensing temperature override then the circuit capacity
increase will not be allowed for 5 minutes even if the saturated condensing temperature is below the maximum
condensing temperature (mct_sp) minus the maximum condensing temperature override differential. This shall
avoid compressor cycling.
4.15 - High Current Override
This function shall be used to avoid circuit high current trip while the motor current reaches a configurable override
threshold (Service 1 Configuration).
wIf the current is greater than the maximum current threshold (curr_max) minus the maximum current override
differential (curr_diff) but less than the maximum current threshold (curr_max) then the circuit capacity increase
shall be inhibited.
wIf the current is greater than the maximum current threshold (curr_max) then the circuit capacity shall be reduced
by removing a loader or the affected compressor.
wIf the circuit capacity has been reduced due to current override then the circuit capacity increase will not be
allowed for 5 minutes what ever current measured. This shall avoid compressor cycling.
4.16 - Stopping Function
4.16.1- Stopping a compressor by capacity unloading
If the selected compressor is operating with at least one loader ON, then all the loaders in the same circuit shall be
de-energized for 15 seconds before stopping the compressor.
4.16.2- Stopping the unit by manual command (OFF)
Both circuit shall decrease its capacity progressively every 15 seconds. One loader is immediately de-energized. The
last loader will be de-energized in 15 seconds later. Then all compressors, oil solenoids and oil pump will be
de-energized in 15 seconds after the last loader is turned OFF.
Here is an example of the stopping function with time indicator for a circuit with both loaders ON before receiving a
STOP command.
t = t
0
loader_2 = OFF
t = t
0 + 15s
loader_1 = OFF,
t = t
0 + 30s
All the compressors, oil solenoids and oil pumps shall be de-energized
The exv shall be closed in one minute after the last compressor is de-energized or after the difference between
discharge and suction pressure is lower than 58 psi
note : Both circuits can be stopped in different timing depending on the status of their loaders when the
STOP command is received. Maximum duration for stopping the unit is 30 seconds. A circuit can be stopped
immediately if no loader is ON before going to stopping procedure.
4.16.3- Stopping a circuit by failure
If the circuit or the hole unit are failed by alarms freeze, low sst, cooler flow, all the compressors are shut off
immediately. Otherwise, it shall respect procedure above.
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4.17- Oil pressure control
4.17.1- Oil pressure Setpoint determination
The following algorithm applies to all unit types:
104 86 70
Oil setpoint 1(kpa)
> 350 240 < AND <350 < 240 Suction pressure (kpa)
Oil Setpoint2 is calculated as follows:
0.63645* (DP - SP) + 35 2* (DP - SP) - 1516 0.235* (DP - SP) + 4
Oil setpoint 2(kpa)
> 1137 861 < AND < 1137 < 861 DP - SP (kpa)
* DP = Discharge Pressure
* SP = Suction pressure
4.17.2- Oil pump control
The oil pump is generally used to provide pre-lubrification of the compressor. Moreover, it is controlled to insure a
correct oil pressure during capacity transition or during operation with low condensing temperature that cause a drop
of oil pressure to avoid tripping in alarm.
Thus the oil pump is turned ON when the Differential Oil Pressure is lower than Oil Setpoint 1 plus 13 kpa.
and remained ON until Differential Oil Pressure is greater than Oil Setpoint 1 plus 35 kpa AND difference between
discharge and economizer pressure is greater than Oil Setpoint 1 plus 150 kpa to avoid oil pump cycles.
4.17.3- Low Oil pressure alarm determination
ALARM 68 for Compressor A1, ALARM 69 for Compressor A2, ALARM 70 for Compressor B1, ALARM 71 for
Compressor B2.
Criteria For Trip Tested only when the compressor is ON.
DOP: Differential Oil Pressure for the appropriate compressor. DOP = Oil pressure - Economizer pressure.
Economizer pressure is the common (econ_sel = YES) Economizer Pressure transducer reading for the
circuit involved or the appropriate economizer pressure transducer (econ_sel = NO) associated to the
compressor.
A. Compressor has started with Normal Ambient (oat > 10 C) or or condenser temperature (temp > 18C)
1. If the compressor has been running for less than 5 seconds then ignore the alarm.
2. If the compressor has been running for more than 5 seconds but less than 30 seconds and
DOP < (Oil Setpoint1/30)*(Comp. Running Time [in seconds])
for 3 continuous readings, then the alarm shall be tripped.
3. If the compressor has been running for 30 seconds or more, then if:
a). DOP < Oil pressure setpoint1 for 15 continuous seconds,
OR
b). (Poil - Psuction) < Oil pressure setpoint2 for 15 continuous seconds,
then the alarm shall be tripped
B. Compressor has started with Low Ambient (oat < 10 C) or low condenser temperature (temp < 18C)
1. If the compressor has been running for less than 90 seconds then ignore the alarm.
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2. If the compressor has been running for more than 90 seconds but less than 180 seconds and
DOP < (Oil Setpoint1/90)*(Comp. Running Time [in seconds] - 90)
for 3 continuous readings, then the alarm shall be tripped.
3. If the compressor has been running for 180 seconds or more, then if:
a). DOP < Oil pressure setpoint1 for 15 continuous seconds,
OR
b). (Poil - Psuction) < Oil pressure setpoint2 for 15 continuous seconds,
then the alarm shall be tripped.
Action To Be Taken
1. If the alarm is tripped then the affected compressor shall be stopped. The other compressors shall
continue to run.
4.17.4- Differential Oil Pressure Setpoint 1 alarm condition summary.
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low condensing temperature
4.18 - Reclaim Operation
4.18.1 - General Description
This function shall control the air cooled to reclaim or the reclaim to air cooled changeover process.
Reclaim changeover shall be caused either by:
wA manual reclaim select change due to a local, remote or CCN command on the unit
wA heat reclaim temperature change while reclaim has been selected. This algorithm monitors the entering
reclaim sensor temperature and compares it with the reclaim setpoint to determine if the reclaim can be active
or not.
If the reclaim function has been selected, the reclaim shall become active when the entering reclaim temperature
comes below the reclaim setpoint minus the reclaim deadband and delay between the last air cooled to reclaim
session is elapsed. It shall become inactive when the entering reclaim temperature comes over the reclaim setpoint
plus the reclaim deadband.
Non-reclaim to reclaim Changeover shall follow this procedure:
wTurn on the reclaim condenser pump
wVerify the condenser flow is established, if not after 1 minute delay has elapsed, reclaim operation shall be
aborted and an alarm shall be displayed.
wWait for 3 minutes after condenser pump is ON and until the saturated condensing temperature reaches (30
deg C) and superheat is greater than 8.6 ^C
w If saturated condensing temperature is greater than reclaim setpoint + 3.3^F, go to reclaim operation directly (it
is not necessary to make an pumpdown) otherwise, go through pumpdown (see below)
wStart the pumpdown sequence : reclaim discharge valve shall be closed and reclaim pumpdown injection valve
shall be open.
wClose EXV 6.67 or 3.33% upon the number of compressors on circuit every 10 seconds while pumpdown
pressure is greater than 300 kpa (44 psi), during first minute if EXV is less than 15 % opened.
wAfter a 10 minutes duration or as soon as pumpdown pressure is lower than 300 kpa (44 psi), reclaim injection
valve shall be closed, reclaim operation is effective. Open EXV 13.33% as avoid low saturated suction alarm.
wWhen reclaim operation is active, each circuit fan staging has its own saturated condensing control point
determined as follows:
sct_ctrl_x = (hr_ewt + hr_lwt)/ 2 + rsp_x_a * capacity_x + rsp_x_b (x for circuit), rsp_x_a and rsp_x_b are
service parameters in table SERVICE2.
wPumpdown shall not be necessary if saturated condensing temperature is greater than reclaim setpoint + 6 ^C
Reclaim to non-reclaim Changeover shall follow this procedure:
wTurn off the condenser pump.
wClose the reclaim pumpdown valve.
wOpen the reclaim discharge valve if at least a compressor is ON. Otherwise, Close it.
During reclaim operation, if the pumpdown pressure is greater than 400 kpa (59 psi), the pumpdown procedure in
non_reclaim to reclaim session shall be initiated. When the number of these abnormal sessions exceeds 2 times,
the reclaim operation shall be aborted, the circuit shall return to air cooled mode and an alarm shall be displayed.
At power up or after reset or after the unit capacity goes down to 0%, the function shall return to air cooled mode.
4.18.2 - Reclaim To Air Cooled Changeover Initiation
This shall determine whether the unit shall return to air cooled mode. This can be caused by the following:
Cause #1: Reclaim operation active and reclaim select is no more active
Cause #2: Reclaim mode is active and the entering reclaim temperature is above the range of the reclaim
setpoint + the reclaim dead band divided by 2 : HR_EWT >rsp + hr_deadb/2
Cause #3: Number of consecutive reclaim pumpdown sessions exceeds 2 times
Cause #4: entering reclaim temperature sensor failure
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4.18.3 - Air Cooled To Reclaim Changeover Initiation
A non-reclaim to reclaim injection session has been required and at least one compressor is on and the unit is not
failed and the entering reclaim temperature is not failed and this one is below the reclaim setpoint - half of configured
reclaim deadband and delay between the last reclaim injection has elapsed.
4.18.4 - Reclaim Operation status hr_status Description
Information on reclaim operation is available on table RECLAIM (hrstatus) or on INFORMATION menu (hr_status).
hr_status parameter shall contain reclaim operation indicator of both circuit in two digits, one digit per circuit (left digit
for circuit A, the other for circuit B) with the following description :
Reclaim failed due to flow switch 5
Reclaim pumpdown failed 4
Reclaim operation active 3
Reclaim pumpdown mode 2
Reclaim mode request 1
Air cooled operation 0
Status description reclaim operation
indicator
*note : in case of reclaim operation failure (alarm # 83 for circuit A, alarm # 84 for circuit B), hr_status will not be
initialized until the manual reset on main interface is done.
4.18.5 - Reclaim Operation Using Air Cooled Exchanger
To avoid high pressure problem, the remained condenser (hr_val_x) can be turned ON if SCT is above reclaim
setpoint + 8.3 deg C and all fans are ON provided that fans staging is not enough to avoid the risk of exceeding high
pressure override threshold. When turning ON, the remained condenser (hr_val_a) is kept to ON for at least 3
minutes to let fans staging to be stabilized. This condenser can be turned OFF if it has been ON for more than 3
minutes and if saturated condensing temperature is below the reclaim setpoint (rsp) to ensure the reclaim operation
performance.
4.18.6 - Reclaim Condenser Water Valve Control
if unit is not in reclaim operation, then the reclaim condenser water valve remains in minimum position.
In reclaim operation :
wIf reclaim entering temperature is below 20 deg C, then reclaim condenser valve is at minimum position.
wIf reclaim entering temperature is above 40 deg C, then reclaim condenser valve is at maximum position.
wIf entering temperature is within the range 20 degC and 40 deg C, then reclaim condenser water valve position
will be an interpolation between minimum and maximum position.
4.18.7 - Reclaim Condenser Heater Control
Reclaim condenser heater is ON when entering or leaving fluid are lower than 3.0 deg C( 37.4 degF). It is turned
OFF when both temperatures are above 4.4 deg C (40.0 deg F).
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4.19 - Two Units Master/Slave Control
4.19.1 - General
This function allows to perform master/slave plant control between two chillers linked by the CCN network. Master
and slave chiller need to operate on the same bus. Master/slave operations shall operate in cooling or heating mode.
To operate properly, the master and the slave chillers must have an additional CHWS sensor located on the
common chilled leaving piping when the water control is done on the outlet side. This CHWS sensor shall be
connected on each chiller basic board. When the water system control is done on the inlet side no additional CHWS
sensor is required.
Parallel chiller control with dedicated pumps is recommended. Chiller must start and stop its own water pump
located on its own piping. If pumps are not dedicated for each chiller pimping, chiller isolation valves are required:
each chiller must open and close its own isolation valve through the control (valve shall be connected to the pump
outputs).
Water system control with no individual chiller pump control is feasible. It is not recommended when the system load
is low or if the control point is close from the freeze water tripping point (because of system instability that can be
caused by the freeze protection override). System flow is constant even if the master or the slave chiller is stopped.
In that case, the system pump shall be controlled by the master chiller.
Series chillers with dedicated primary pumping and constant flow shall be feasible but not recommended. Pump
start/stop must be controlled externally. Each series chiller must control its own isolation and bypass valves: stopped
chiller must be isolated from water flow (chiller pump command shall be used for valves control. Each chiller must
open and close its own chilled isolation valve).
The master chiller shall monitor all external commands as start/stop, demand limiting or setpoint select. It needs to
be started in Master operating type. The slave chiller must operate in CCN mode. If the master chiller is turned off
while the master/slave function is active then, the slave chiller shall be stopped.
The master/slave linkage shall not be allowed to operate if any one of the slave chiller CTRL_PNT, DEM_LIM,
LAG_LIM, CTRL_PNT HC_SEL or LCW_STPT variables has a force priority higher than a control force. In that case,
the master slave operations shall not be allowed or shall be disabled.
The control of the slave chiller shall be done through commands emitted by the master chiller. The slave chiller has
no action in the master/slave operations: it shall only verify that CCN communication with its master is correct.
The master function shall provide the ability to select a lead chiller among the master and the slave. Selection shall
be based on the delta between the master and the slave run hours and shall try to optimize the runtime hours. If this
function is unused then, the lead chiller shall always the master. Lead/lag changeover between the master and the
slave due to hour balance shall occur during chiller operations odd days at 12:00 a.m. or at startup.
The lead chiller shall always be started first and the lag chiller shall be maintained at zero percent capacity through
master forcing the lag demand limit value (LAG_LIM) to 0%. The lag water pump shall be maintained off. When the
lead chiller cannot be loaded anymore (because it is loaded at its full available capacity or at the master demand
limit value) then the lag start timer is started. When the lag start timer is elapsed, if the error on the master controlled
setpoint is greater than 3^F and if the pulldown time is elapsed then, the lag chiller water pump shall be turned on (if
required by configuration) and the lag chiller shall be allowed to start through master forcing the lag chiller demand
limit value (LAG_LIM) to its own demand limit value. To ensure that the lag chiller will be unloaded first in case of
water load decrease then, the lead chiller setpoint error shall be reset of upwards 4^F provided that the lag capacity
is not zero.
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The lead pulldown time tells how long after starting the lead chiller (one time after the master chiller status has been
manually started) before checking whether to start an additional chiller. This time delay gives the lead chiller a
chance to pull down the loop temperature before starting another chiller.
If a communication failure is detected between the master and the slave then, all master/slave functions shall be
disabled and chillers shall return to standalone operations until communication is reestablished.
Note: to ensure that no compressor is started before the flow rate is correctly established then, the water flow control
is absolutely required on the lag chiller for master slave operations.
The figures below illustrate master/slave application for the most common plant layouts. Those figures are not
exhaustive.
M
A
S
T
E
R
CHWS temp sensors
COOL_EWT COOL_EWT
S
L
A
V
E
LOAD
SLAVE PUMP
MASTER PUMP
COOL_LWT
COOL_LWT
Typical parallel Master/slave chillers, dedicated primary pumping, variable flow
Leaving water control
M
A
S
T
E
R
CHWS temp sensors
COOL_EWT COOL_EWT
S
L
A
V
E
LOAD
COMMON PRIMARY PUMP
COOL_LWT
COOL_LWT
Typical parallel Master/slave chillers, common primary pumping, constant flow
Leaving water control
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M
A
S
T
E
R
COOL_EWT COOL_EWT
S
L
A
V
E
LOAD
SLAVE PUMP MASTER PUMP
COOL_LWT
COOL_LWT
Typical parallel Master/slave chillers, dedicated primary pumping, variable flow
Entering water control
M
A
S
T
E
R
COOL_EWT COOL_EWT
S
L
A
V
E
LOAD
COMMON PRIMARY PUMP
COOL_LWT
COOL_LWT
Typical parallel Master/slave chillers, common primary pumping, variable flow
Entering water control
COOL_EWT
SLAVE
LOAD
CHWS temp sensors
COOL_EWT COOL_LWT COOL_LWT
MASTER
PUMP (not controlled by chillers)
ISOLATION (controlled by chillers)
VALVES
BYPASS (controlled by chillers)
VALVES
Typical series Master/slave chillers, dedicated primary pumping, constant flow
Leaving water control option
4.19.2 - Abnormal conditions
If a communication failure is detected between the master and the slave then all master/slave functions shall be
disabled and chillers shall return to standalone operations until communication is reestablished.
If any chiller is stopped due to failure then the other chiller will be allowed to start with no delay.
If master/slave configuration error occurs, master/slave shall be disable.
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Master/Slave Error
The following error shall be updated in the M_MSTSLV Maintenance table (priority order):
master and slave heatcool status are not the same. x 13
No communication with slave. x x 12
The master chiller operating type is not Master: master_oper_typ master x 11
The slave chiller is down due to fault (chilstat = 5) x x 10
The slave chiller is in local or remote control (chilstat = 3) x x 9
There is a conflict between the master and the slave pump option: the master is not
configured for lag pump control while the slave is configured for lag pump control.
x 8
There is a conflict between the master and the slave pump option: the master is configured
for lag pump control while the slave is not configured for lag pump control.
x 7
There is a conflict between the master and the slave lwt option: the master is configured for
lwt control while the slave is configured for ewt control.
x 6
There is a conflict between the master and the slave lwt option: the master is configured for
ewt control while the slave is configured for lwt control.
x 5
Slave pump_seq incorrect configuration x 4
There is no slave configured at the slave address x 3
Master and slave units have the same network address. x 2
The master or slave water pump is not configured while the control of the lag unit pump is
required (lag_pump = 1)
x x 1
Normal x x 0
Description Slave Master Error
code
Master/Slave alarm code
Note
Master/slave sequence can be controlled through the Network Service Tool or PCDCT tools (see appendix,
M_MSTSLV Maintenance Table)
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5 - CCN ALARM MESSAGES
The Building Supervisor displays current alarms messages and their return to normal provided that the CCN table
ALARMDEF has been correctly configured.
The Network Service Tool Diagnostic Menu allows to display 5 current alarms messages (even if the ALARDEF table
is not configured).
The following gives the messages that shall be displayed by the Building Supervisor or from main interface.
Alarm 1 Cooler Entering Thermistor
Alarm 2 Cooler Leaving Thermistor
Alarm 3 Condenser Entering Thermistor
Alarm 4 Condenser Leaving Thermistor
Alarm 5 Reclaim Condenser Entering Thermistor
Alarm 6 Reclaim Condenser Leaving Thermistor
Alarm 7 OAT Thermistor
Alarm 8 MASTER/Slave Common Fluid Thermistor
Alarm 9 Compressor A1 Discharge Gas Temperature Thermistor
Alarm 10 Compressor A2 Discharge Gas Temperature Thermistor
Alarm 11 Compressor B1 Discharge Gas Temperature Thermistor
Alarm 12 Compressor B2 Discharge Gas Temperature Thermistor
Alarm 13 0-10V Reset/Limit Input
Alarm 14 Circuit A Discharge Transducer
Alarm 15 Circuit B Discharge Transducer
Alarm 16 Circuit A Suction Transducer
Alarm 17 Circuit B Suction Transducer
Alarm 18 Compressor A1 Oil Transducer
Alarm 19 Compressor A2 Oil Transducer
Alarm 20 Compressor B1 Oil Transducer
Alarm 21 Compressor B2 Oil Transducer
Alarm 22 Compressor A1 Economizer Transducer
Alarm 23 Compressor A2 Economizer Transducer
Alarm 24 Compressor B1 Economizer Transducer
Alarm 25 Compressor B2 Economizer Transducer
Alarm 26 Circuit A Remote Discharge Pressure Transducer
Alarm 26 Circuit A Reclaim Pumpdown Pressure Transducer
Alarm 27 Circuit B Reclaim Pumpdown Pressure Transducer
Alarm 28 Circuit A Motor Cooling TQ feedback Sensor Failure
Alarm 29 Circuit B Motor Cooling TQ feedback Sensor Failure
Alarm 30 Loss of communication with Screw Compressor Board 1
Alarm 31 Loss of communication with Screw Compressor Board 2
Alarm 32 Loss of communication with Screw Compressor Board 3
Alarm 33 Loss of communication with Screw Compressor Board 4
Alarm 34 Loss of communication with EXV Board 1
Alarm 35 Loss of communication with Fans Board 1
Alarm 36 Loss of communication with Fans Board 2
Alarm 37 Loss of communication with 4xAI_2xAO or Aux Type 1 Board
Alarm 38 Loss of communication with Reclaim or Cooler Heater Board
Alarm 39 Loss of communication with CCN / Clock Board
Alarm 40 Electrical Box Thermostat or reverse phase detection Failure
Alarm 41 Unit is in CCN emergency stop
Alarm 42 Initial factory configuration required
Alarm 43 Illegal configuration
Alarm 44 Circuit A High Pressure
Alarm 45 Circuit B High Pressure
Alarm 46 Compressor A1 Oil Solenoid Failure
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Alarm 47 Compressor A2 Oil Solenoid Failure
Alarm 48 Compressor B1 Oil Solenoid Failure
Alarm 49 Compressor B2 Oil Solenoid Failure
Alarm 50 Compressor A1 Prestart Low Oil Pressure
Alarm 51 Compressor A2 Prestart Low Oil Pressure
Alarm 52 Compressor B1 Prestart Low Oil Pressure
Alarm 53 Compressor B2 Prestart Low Oil Pressure
Alarm 54 Circuit A Low Oil Level
Alarm 55 Circuit B Low Oil Level
Alarm 56 Circuit A Low Suction Temperature
Alarm 57 Circuit B Low Suction Temperature
Alarm 58 Circuit A High Suction Temperature
Alarm 59 Circuit B High Suction Temperature
Alarm 60 Circuit A Low Discharge Superheat
Alarm 61 Circuit B Low Discharge Superheat
Alarm 62 Compressor A1 Maximum Delta Pressure Check Oil Line
Alarm 63 Compressor A2 Maximum Delta Pressure Check Oil Line
Alarm 64 Compressor B1 Maximum Delta Pressure Check Oil Line
Alarm 65 Compressor B2 Maximum Delta Pressure Check Oil Line
Alarm 66 Loss of communication with System Manager
Alarm 67 Master/Slave communication Failure
Alarm 68 Compressor A1 Low Oil Pressure
Alarm 69 Compressor A2 Low Oil Pressure
Alarm 70 Compressor B1 Low Oil Pressure
Alarm 71 Compressor B2 Low Oil Pressure
Alarm 72 Cooler Freeze Protection
Alarm 73 Circuit A Condenser Freeze
Alarm 74 Circuit B Condenser Freeze
Alarm 75 Cooler Interlock Failure
Alarm 76 Condenser Lock Failure
Alarm 77 Compressor A1 High Current
Alarm 78 Compressor A2 High Current
Alarm 79 Compressor B1 High Current
Alarm 80 Compressor B2 High Current
Alarm 81 Cooler Pump 1 Default
Alarm 82 Cooler Pump 2 Default
Alarm 83 Circuit A Reclaim Pumpdown Failure
Alarm 84 Circuit B Reclaim Pumpdown Failure
Alarm 85 Reclaim Operation Failed by Condenser Flow Switch
Alarm 86 Master chiller configuration error
Alarm 87 Service maintenance alert
Alarms compressor
Alarm 101 Compressor A1 Motor Temperature Too High
Alarm 102 Compressor A1 Motor Temperaure Out of Range
Alarm 103 Compressor A1 High Pressure Switch
Alarm 104 Compressor A1 Over Current
Alarm 105 Compressor A1 Lock Rotor
Alarm 106 Compressor A1 Ground Fault
Alarm 107 Compressor A1 Phase Loss L1
Alarm 108 Compressor A1 Phase Loss L2
Alarm 109 Compressor A1 Phase Loss L3
Alarm 110 Compressor A1 Unbalance > 14 %
Alarm 111 Compressor A1 Unbalance > 18 %
Alarm 112 Compressor A1 No Motor Current
Alarm 113 Compressor A1 Star Delta Starter Failure
Alarm 114 Compressor A1 Contactor Failure
Alarm 115 Compressor A1 Unable To Stop
Alarm 116 Compressor A1 Phase Reversal
Alarm 117 Compressor A1 MTA Configuration Header Fault
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Alarm 201 Compressor A2 Motor Temperature Too High
Alarm 202 Compressor A2 Motor Temperature Out of Range
Alarm 203 Compressor A2 High Pressure Switch
Alarm 204 Compressor A2 Over Current
Alarm 205 Compressor A2 Lock Rotor
Alarm 206 Compressor A2 Ground Fault
Alarm 207 Compressor A2 Phase Loss L1
Alarm 208 Compressor A2 Phase Loss L2
Alarm 209 Compressor A2 Phase Loss L3
Alarm 210 Compressor A2 Unbalance > 14 %
Alarm 211 Compressor A2 Unbalance > 18 %
Alarm 212 Compressor A2 No Motor Current
Alarm 213 Compressor A2 Star Delta Starter Failure
Alarm 214 Compressor A2 Contactor Failure
Alarm 215 Compressor A2 Unable To Stop
Alarm 216 Compressor A2 Phase Reversal
Alarm 217 Compressor A2 MTA Configuration Header Fault
Alarm 301 Compressor B1 Motor Temperature Too High
Alarm 302 Compressor B1 Motor Temperature Out of Range
Alarm 303 Compressor B1 High Pressure Switch
Alarm 304 Compressor B1 Over Current
Alarm 305 Compressor B1 Lock Rotor
Alarm 306 Compressor B1 Ground Fault
Alarm 307 Compressor B1 Phase Loss L1
Alarm 308 Compressor B1 Phase Loss L2
Alarm 309 Compressor B1 Phase Loss L3
Alarm 310 Compressor B1 Unbalance > 14 %
Alarm 311 Compressor B1 Unbalance > 18 %
Alarm 312 Compressor B1 No Motor Current
Alarm 313 Compressor B1 Star Delta Starter Failure
Alarm 314 Compressor B1 Contactor Failure
Alarm 315 Compressor B1 Unable To Stop
Alarm 316 Compressor B1 Phase Reversal
Alarm 317 Compressor B1 MTA Configuration Header Fault
Alarm 401 Compressor B2 Motor Temperature Too High
Alarm 402 Compressor B2 Motor Temperature Out of Range
Alarm 403 Compressor B2 High Pressure Switch
Alarm 404 Compressor B2 Over Current
Alarm 405 Compressor B2 Lock Rotor
Alarm 406 Compressor B2 Ground Fault
Alarm 407 Compressor B2 Phase Loss L1
Alarm 408 Compressor B2 Phase Loss L2
Alarm 409 Compressor B2 Phase Loss L3
Alarm 410 Compressor B2 Unbalance > 14 %
Alarm 411 Compressor B2 Unbalance > 18 %
Alarm 412 Compressor B2 No Motor Current
Alarm 413 Compressor B2 Star Delta Starter Failure
Alarm 414 Compressor B2 Contactor Failure
Alarm 415 Compressor B2 Unable To Stop
Alarm 416 Compressor B2 Phase Reversal
Alarm 417 Compressor B2 MTA Configuration Header Fault
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6 - CCN COMPATIBILITY
30GX&HX Pro-Dialog 4 Control is compatible with:
wThe Building Supervisor
wThe Network Service Tool
30GX&HX Pro-Dialog 4 Control is compatible with the following POCs:
wAlarm POC II
wAutodial Gateway II
wData Transfer/Collection History
wDataport 1
wDataport 2
wSAM
wNDS
wCCN/JBUS Gateway
wFlotronic System Manager
wChiller SYstem Manager III
7 - PRO_DIALOG 4 DOWNLOADER ADDENDUM INFORMATION
The pro_dialog 4 control software shall be downloaded using the downloader version 3.0 or later. Here is the
example of the downloader list (download.lis) which contains only pro_dialog 4 controls :
CESR208410-22 PD4 Global chiller GX & HXC SR 2.2 (1)
CESR208400-22 PD4 Recip chiller 30 GK & 30HZ V2 SR 2.2 (1)
CESRNRCP53-10 NRCP PD4 SLAVE ADDRESS 53 version 1.0 (2)
CESRSCPM10-60 PD4 SCPM board download SR 1.06 (2)
1. Software can be downloaded through CCN bus or through SIO bus
2. Software shall only be downloaded through SIO bus.
Before downloading the software, use the reset command to erase the old software. Once F2 key is pressed, turn
off and on quickly the power supply of the board, the message Hard restart command successful !.
Then go to the downloader , Select download, software and then press F2 to download the software as usual.
The CESRNRCP53-10 shal be used for Aquasnap basic board download when cooler heater and reclaim option
are selected.
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APPENDIX A - CCN DISPLAY, SETPOINT, MAINTENANCE TABLE SCREENS ...
DISPLAY SCREEN
TABLE NAME: GENUNIT PIC TABLE TYPE : 11H, instance 1
DESCRIPTION STATUS UNITS POINTS FORCEABLE
1 GENERAL PARAMETERS
2
3 Control Type Local/CCN/Remote
1
- ctr_type N
4 Run Status running/Off/Stopping/Delay
2
- status N
5 CCN Chiller Start/Stop Enable/Dsable
3
- CHIL_S_S Y
6 Chiller Occupied? Yes/No
4
- CHIL_OCC Y
7 Minutes Left for Start 0-15 min MIN_LEFT N
8 Heat/Cool Select Heat/Cool
5
- HC_SEL Y
9 Heat Reclaim Select Yes/No
10
- RECL_SEL Y
10
11 Alarm State Normal
6
- ALM N
12 Current Alarm 1 nnn - alarm_1 N
13 Current Alarm 2 nnn - alarm_2 N
14 Current Alarm 3 nnn - alarm_3 N
15 Current Alarm 4 nnn - alarm_4 N
16 Current Alarm 5 nnn - alarm_5 N
17
18 Percent Total Capacity nnn % CAP_T N
19 Active Demand Limit Val nnn
7
% DEM_LIM Y
20 Lag Capacity Limit Value nnn % LAG_LIM N
21 Current Setpoint nnn.n F SP N
22 Setpoint Occupied? Yes/No
4
- SP_OCC Y
23 Control Point nnn.n
8
F CTRL_PNT Y
24 Controlled Water Temp nnn.n F CTRL_WT N
25 External Temperature nnn.n F OAT N
26
27 Emergency Stop Enable/Emstop
9
- EMSTOP Y
1 : Unit control type in effect as described in section 4.4.1.
2 : Unit current status as described in section 4.5.
wRunning means that the unit is started or allowed to start
wOff means that the unit is stopped with all its outputs off
wStopping means that the unit is required to stop but all its outputs (compressors) are not yet stopped.
wDelay means that the unit is allowed to start but the delay at startup is not yet elapsed.
3 : Allows to Start/Stop the chiller only when unit under CCN control type. Forced value is displayed but unused
when the unit is not under CCN control.
4 : Occupied state. This item can be forced. If the unit is in CCN mode, the forced value shall be used instead of the
real occupancy state. If the unit is not in CCN mode the forced value shall be unused and the regular time
schedule shall be used. Forced value and force code shall appear in the GENUNIT Points Display table only if the
unit is under CCN control.
5: Heat/cool select. This item can be forced. If the unit is in CCN mode, the forced value shall be used whatever the
status of the remote heat/cool contacts. If the unit is not in CCN mode the forced value shall be unused. Forced
value and force code shall appear in the GENUNIT Points Display table only if the unit is under CCN control.
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6 : Alarm status
wNormal (no alarm)
wPartial (alarm but unit is not down)
wShutdown (unit is down)
7: Active Demand Limit Value. This item can be forced. If the unit is in CCN mode, the forced value shall be used
whatever the status of the external limit switch contact and whatever the value of the demand limit switch setpoint.
If the unit is not in CCN mode the forced value shall be unused. Forced value and force code shall appear in the
GENUNIT Points Display table only if the unit is under CCN control.
8: Control Point. This item can be forced. If the unit is in CCN mode, the forced value shall be used instead of the
real control point calculation. If the unit is not in CCN mode the forced value shall be unused. Forced value and
force code shall appear in the GENUNIT Points Display table only if the unit is under CCN control.
9 : Active all the time even if the unit is not in CCN control type.
10: Heat Reclaim Select. This item can be forced. If the unit is in CCN mode, the forced value shall be used
whatever the status of the remote reclaim switch. Forced value and force code shall appear in the GENUNIT
Points Display table only if the unit is under CCN control.
DISPLAY SCREEN
TABLE NAME: CIRCA_AN PIC TABLE TYPE : 11H, instance 2
DESCRIPTION STATUS UNITS POINTS FORCEABLE
1 CIRCUIT A ANALOG VALUES
2.
3 Percent Total Capacity 0 - 100 % CAPA_T N
4 Discharge Pressure nnn.n psi DP_A N
5 Suction Pressure nnn.n psi SP_A N
6 Oil Pressure Cp1 nnn.n psi CPA1_OP N
7 Oil Pressure Cp2 nnn.n psi CPA2_OP N
8 Oil Press Difference Cp1 nnn.n psi DOP_A1 N
9 Oil Press Difference Cp2 nnn.n psi DOP_A2 N
10 Economizer Pressure Cp1 nnn.n psi CPA1_ECP N
11 Economizer Pressure Cp2 nnn.n psi CPA2_ECP N
12 Saturated Condensing Tmp nnn.n F SCT_A N
13 Saturated Suction Temp nnn.n F SST_A N
14 Discharge Gas Temp Cp 1 nnn.n F CPA1_DGT N
15 Discharge Gas Temp Cp 2 nnn.n F CPA2_DGT N
16 Average Discharge Gas Tp nnn.n F dt_a N
17 Motor Temperature Comp 1 nnn.n F CPA1_TMP N
18 Motor Temperature Comp 2 nnn.n F CPA2_TMP N
19 Motor Current Comp 1 nnn.n AMPS CPA1_CUR N
20 Motor Current Comp 2 nnn.n AMPS CPA2_CUR N
21 EXV Position 0 - 100 % EXV_A N
22 Head Press Actuator Pos 0 - 100 % hd_pos_a N
23 Cooler Exchange Delta T n.n ^F PINCH_A N
24 Motor Cool TQ in Kohms nn.n MTQ_RESA N
25 Motor Cooling Puls Cycle nnn CPA1_PUL N
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DISPLAY SCREEN
TABLE NAME: CIRCA_D PIC TABLE TYPE : 11H, instance 3
DESCRIPTION STATUS UNITS POINTS FORCIBLE
1 CIRCUIT A DISCRETE
2
3 Compressor 1 Output On/Off - CP_A1 N
4 Cp1 Mtr Cool Solenoid 1 On/Off - cpa1_mc1 N
5 Cp1 Mtr Cool Solenoid 2 On/Off - cpa1_mc2 N
6 Cp1, Oil Solenoid Out On/Off - cpa1_ols N
7 Compressor 2 Output On/Off - CP_A2 N
8 Cp2 Mtr Cool Solenoid 1 On/Off - cpa2_mc1 N
9 Cp2 Mtr Cool Solenoid 2 On/Off - cpa2_mc2 N
10 Cp2, Oil Solenoid Out On/Off - cpa2_ols N
11 Cir A, Loader 1 Output On/Off - ldr_1_a N
12 Cir A, Loader 2 Output On/Off - ldr_2_a N
13 Cir A, Oil Heater Output On/Off - oil_h_a N
14 Cir A, Oil Level Input Low/High - oil_l_a N
15 Cir A, Oil Pump Output On/Off - oilpmp_a N
16 Cir A Refrig Isolate Out On/Off - refa_iso N
17
18 FANS OUTPUT
19 Fan Output DO # 1 On/Off - fan_a1 N
20 Fan Output DO # 2 On/Off - fan_a2 N
21 Fan Output DO # 3 On/Off - fan_a3 N
22 Fan Output DO # 4 On/Off - fan_a4 N
23 Fan Output DO # 5 On/Off - fan_a5 N
24 Fan Output DO # 6 On/Off - fan_a6 N
25 Fan Output DO # 7 On/Off - fan_a7 N
26 Fan Output DO # 8 On/Off - fan_a8 N
27 Fan Staging Number 0 - 8 - FAN_ST_A N
DISPLAY SCREEN
TABLE NAME: CIRCB_AN PIC TABLE TYPE : 11H, instance 4
DESCRIPTION STATUS UNITS POINTS FORCEABLE
1 CIRCUIT B ANALOG VALUES
2.
3 Percent Total Capacity 0 - 100 % CAPB_T N
4 Discharge Pressure nnn.n psi DP_B N
5 Suction Pressure nnn.n psi SP_B N
6 Oil Pressure Cp1 nnn.n psi CPB1_OP N
7 Oil Pressure Cp2 nnn.n psi CPB2_OP N
8 Oil Press Difference Cp1 nnn.n psi DOP_B1 N
9 Oil Press Difference Cp2 nnn.n psi DOP_B2 N
10 Economizer Pressure Cp1 nnn.n psi CPB1_ECP N
11 Economizer Pressure Cp2 nnn.n psi CPB2_ECP N
12 Saturated Condensing Tmp nnn.n F SCT_B N
13 Saturated Suction Temp nnn.n F SST_B N
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14 Discharge Gas Temp Cp 1 nnn.n F CPB1_DGT N
15 Discharge Gas Temp Cp 2 nnn.n F CPB2_DGT N
16 Average Discharge Gas Tp nnn.n F dt_b N
17 Motor Temperature Comp 1 nnn.n F CPB1_TMP N
18 Motor Temperature Comp 2 nnn.n F CPB2_TMP N
19 Motor Current Comp 1 nnn.n AMPS CPB1_CUR N
20 Motor Current Comp 2 nnn.n AMPS CPB2_CUR N
21 EXV Position 0 - 100 % EXV_B N
22 Head Press Actuator Pos 0 - 100 % hd_pos_b N
23 Cooler Exchange Delta T n.n ^F PINCH_B N
24 Motor Cool TQ in Kohms nn.n MTQ_RESB N
25 Motor Cooling Puls Cycle nnn CPB1_PUL N
DISPLAY SCREEN
TABLE NAME: CIRCB_D PIC TABLE TYPE : 11H, instance 5
DESCRIPTION STATUS UNITS POINTS FORCEABLE
1 CIRCUIT B DISCRETE
2
3 Compressor 1 Output On/Off - CP_B1 N
4 Cp1 Mtr Cool Solenoid 1 On/Off - cpb1_mc1 N
5 Cp1 Mtr Cool Solenoid 2 On/Off - cpb1_mc2 N
6 Cp1, Oil Solenoid Out On/Off - cpb1_ols N
7 Compressor 2 Output On/Off - CP_B2 N
8 Cp2 Mtr Cool Solenoid 1 On/Off - cpb2_mc1 N
9 Cp2 Mtr Cool Solenoid 2 On/Off - cpb2_mc2 N
10 Cp2, Oil Solenoid Out On/Off - cpb2_ols N
11 Cir B, Loader 1 Output On/Off - ldr_1_b N
12 Cir B, Loader 2 Output On/Off - ldr_2_b N
13 Cir B, Oil Heater Output On/Off - oil_h_b N
14 Cir B, Oil Level Input Low/High - oil_l_b N
15 Cir B, Oil Pump Output On/Off - oilpmp_b N
16 Cir B Refrig Isolate Out On/Off - refb_iso N
17
18 FANS OUTPUT
19 Fan Output DO # 1 On/Off - fan_b1 N
20 Fan Output DO # 2 On/Off - fan_b2 N
21 Fan Output DO # 3 On/Off - fan_b3 N
22 Fan Output DO # 4 On/Off - fan_b4 N
23 Fan Output DO # 5 On/Off - fan_b5 N
24 Fan Output DO # 6 On/Off - fan_b6 N
25 Fan Output DO # 7 On/Off - fan_b7 N
26 Fan Output DO # 8 On/Off - fan_b8 N
27 Fan Staging Number 0 - 8 - FAN_ST_B N
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DISPLAY SCREEN
TABLE NAME: OPTIONS PIC TABLE TYPE : 11H, instance 6
DESCRIPTION STATUS UNITS POINTS FORCEABLE
1 UNIT DISCRETE IN
2 Remote On/Off Switch Open/Close - onoff_sw N
3 Remote Heat/Cool Switch Open/Close - hc_sw N
4 Remote Reclaim Switch Open/Close - recl_sw N
5 Remote Setpoint Switch Open/Close - setp_sw N
6 Limit Switch Status Open/Close - limit_sw N
7 Interlock Status Open/Close - lock_1 N
8 Pump Run status On/Off - pump_def N
9 Condenser Flow Status Open/Close - condflow N
10 Electrical Box Thermostat Open/Close
4
- elec_box N
11
12 UNIT DISCRETE OUT
13 Cooler Pump #1 Command On/Off
1
- CLPUMP_1 Y
14 Cooler Pump #2 Command On/Off
1
- CLPUMP_2 Y
15 Rotate Pumps Now? Yes/No
1
- ROT_PUMP Y
16 Condenser Pump Command On/Off
3
- COND_PMP Y
17 Cooler Heater Command On/Off - coolheat N
18 Critical Alarm Signal On/Off
5
- SAFE_ALM N
19
20 UNIT ANALOG
21 Cooler Entering Fluid nnn.n F COOL_EWT N
22 Cooler Leaving Fluid nnn.n F COOL_LWT N
23 Condenser Entering Fluid nnn.n F COND_EWT N
24 Condenser Leaving Fluid nnn.n F COND_LWT N
25 CHWS Temperature nnn.n F CHWSTEMP N
26 External 0-10Vdc Signal nn.n Volts EXT_VDC N
27 Current Cond Setpoint nnn.n
2
F COND_SP Y
28 Chiller Total Current nnn.n amps tot_curr N
1: Cooler pump control. This item can be forced On or Off if the unit is in CCN mode and if the CHIL_S_S is
disabled. If the unit is not in CCN mode the forced value shall be unused and the regular calculation shall be
used. Forced value and force code shall appear in the OPTIONS Points Display table only if the unit is under CCN
control and if CHIL_S_S is disabled.
If PUMP#1 is forced, no force shall be allowed on PUMP_2 and vice versa.
2: Condensing Setpoint. This item can be forced. If the unit is in CCN mode, the forced value shall be used instead
of the real control point calculation. If the unit is not in CCN mode the forced value shall be unused and the
regular calculation shall be used. Forced value and force code shall appear in the OPTIONS Points Display table
only if the unit is under CCN control.
3: Condenser pumpcontrol. This item can be forced On but not Off. If the unit is in CCN mode, the forced value shall
be used instead of regular pump control point. If the unit is not in CCN mode the forced value shall be unused and
the regular calculation shall be used. Forced value and force code shall appear in the OPTIONS Points Display
table only if the unit is under CCN control.
4: Electrical box Thermostat. This item indicates the electrical box thermostat and network power reverse phase
detection status (wired internally in series 16a and 16b on PD4-BASIC BOARD). These contacts, when opened
will prevent the unit from starting.
5: This output is energized when a contact failure is reported by any SCPM board
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DISPLAY SCREEN
TABLE NAME: RECLAIM PIC TABLE TYPE : 11H, instance 7
DESCRIPTION STATUS UNITS POINTS FORCEABLE
1 RECLAIM ANALOG PARAM
2 Reclaim Entering Fluid nnn.n F HR_EWT N
3 Reclaim Leaving Fluid nnn.n F HR_LWT N
4 Reclaim Fluid Setpoint nnn.n F hr_sp N
5 Cir A SCT Control Point nnn.n F sct_a_sp N
6 Cir B SCT Control Point nnn.n F sct_b_sp N
7 Cir A Pumpdown Pressure nnn.n psi pmpd_p_a N
8 Cir B Pumpdown Pressure nnn.n psi pmpd_p_b N
9 A Saturated Pumpdown Tmp nnn.n F pd_sat_a N
10 B Saturated Pumpdown Tmp nnn.n F pd_sat_b N
11 HR Cond Valve Position nnn.n % hr_v_pos N
12
13 RECLAIM DISCRETE PARAM - N
14 Heat Reclaim Select Yes/No No RECL_SEL N
15 Condenser Flow Status Open/Close - condflow N
16 Cir A Reclaim Valve Stat On/Off - hr_val_a N
17 Cir B Reclaim Valve Stat On/Off - hr_val_b N
18 A Pumpdown Valve Status On/Off - pd_val_a N
19 B Pumpdown Valve Status On/Off - pd_val_b N
20 Circuit A Reclaim Status n hrstat_a N
21 Circuit B Reclaim Status n hrstat_b N
22 Reclaim Condenser Heater On/Off - cond_htr N

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TABLE NAME: MODES PIC TABLE TYPE : 11H, instance 8
DESCRIPTION STATUS UNITS POINTS FORCEABLE
1 OPERATING MODES
2 Startup Delay in Effect Yes/No - Mode[07] N
3 Second Setpoint in Use Yes/No - Mode[08] N
4 Reset in Effect Yes/No - Mode[09] N
5 Demand Limit Active Yes/No - Mode[10] N
6 Ramp Loading Active Yes/No - Mode[11] N
7 Low Source Protection Yes/No - Mode[12] N
8 Low Cooler Suction Cir A Yes/No - Mode[13] N
9 Low Cooler Suction Cir B Yes/No - Mode[14] N
10 Low Dis Superheat Cir A Yes/No - Mode[15] N
11 Low Dis Superheat Cir B Yes/No - Mode[16] N
12 High Pres Override Cir A Yes/No - Mode[17] N
13 High Pres Override Cir B Yes/No - Mode[18] N
14 High Current Over Cir A Yes/No - Mode[19] N
15 High Current Over Cir B Yes/No - Mode[20] N
16 Reclaim Active? Yes/No - Mode[21] N
17 Cooler Heater Active? Yes/No - Mode[22] N
18 Cooler Pumps Rotation? Yes/No - Mode[23] N
19 Pump Periodic Start? Yes/No - Mode[24] N
20 Night Capacity Active? Yes/No - Mode[25] N
21 System Manager Active? Yes/No - Mode[26] N
22 Master Slave Active? Yes/No - Mode[27] N
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TABLE NAME: USER PIC TABLE TYPE : 10H, instance 2
DESCRIPTION STATUS DEFAULT UNITS POINT
1 USER CONFIGURATION
2
3 Circuit Loading Sequence 0/1/2 0 - lead_cir
4 0 = Auto
5 1 = Circuit A First
6 2 = Circuit B First
7 Loading Sequence 0/1 0 - seq_typ
8
9 Ramp Loading Select Yes/No No - ramp_sel
10
11 Unit Off to On Delay 1 to 15 1 min off_on_d
12
13 Cooler Pumps Sequence 0/1/2/3/4 0 - pump_seq
14 0 = No Pump
15 1 = One Pump Only
16 2 = Two Pumps Auto
17 3 = Pump#1 Manual
18 4 = Pump#2 Manual
19 Pump Auto Rotation Delay 24 to 3000 48 hours pump_del
20 Periodic Pumps Start Yes/No No - pump_per
21
22 Reset Type Select 0 to 3 0 - res_sel
23 0 = None
24 1 = Voltage Control
25 2 = Delta T Control
26 3 = OAT Control
27
28 Demand Limit Type Select 0 to 2 0 - lim_sel
29 0 = None
30 1 = Switch Control
31 2 = 0-10vdc Control
32 Vdc For 100% Demand Lim 0 to 10 0 volts lim_mx
33 Vdc For 0% Demand Limit 0 to 10 10 volts lim_ze
34
35 Night Control
36 Start Hour 00:00 to 24:00 00:00 - nh_start
37 End Hour 00:00 to 24:00 00:00 - nh_end
38 Capacity Limit 0 to 100 100 % nh_limit
39 Capacity Limit 0 to 100 100 % nh_limit
40
41 Chiller Comp Current Limit 90 to 1500
1
1500 amps curr_lim
42 Menu Description Select Yes/No Yes - menu_des
43 Pass For All User Config Yes/No No - all_pass
1. Refer to control capacity override #35, chiller current limit description
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TABLE NAME: BRODEFS PIC TABLE TYPE : 14H, instance 1
DESCRIPTION STATUS DEFAULT UNITS POINT
1 Activate Yes/No No - ccnbroad
2
3 OAT Broadcast
4 Bus # 0 to 239 0 - oatbusnm
5 Element # 0 to 239 0 - oatlocad
6
7 DAYLIGHT SAVINGS START
8 Month 1 to 12 4 - startmon
9 Day 1 to 31 15 - startday
10 Time 00:00 to 24:00 02:00 - starttim
11 Minutes to Add 0 to 1440 60 - min_add
12
13 DAYLIGHT SAVINGS STOP
14 Month 1 to 12 10 - stopmon
15 Day 1 to 31 15 - stopday
16 Time 00:00 to 24:00 02:00 - stoptim
17 Minutes to Subtract 0 to 1440 60 - min_sub
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TABLE NAME: OCCDEFCS / OCCPC01S and OCCPC02S PIC TABLE TYPE : 14H, instance 2
DESCRIPTION STATUS DEFAULT UNITS POINT
1 Timed Override Hours 0-4 0 - ovr_ext
2 Period 1 DOW (MTWTFSSH) 0/1 11111111 - dow1
3 Occupied From 0:00-24:00 0:00 - occtod1
4 Occupied To 0:00-24:00 24:00 - unoctod1
5 Period 2 DOW (MTWTFSSH) 0/1 00000000 - dow2
6 Occupied From 0:00-24:00 0:00 - occtod2
7 Occupied To 0:00-24:00 24:00 - unoctod2
8 Period 3 DOW (MTWTFSSH) 0/1 00000000 - dow3
9 Occupied From 0:00-24:00 0:00 - occtod3
10 Occupied To 0:00-24:00 24:00 - unoctod3
11 Period 4 DOW (MTWTFSSH) 0/1 00000000 - dow4
12 Occupied From 0:00-24:00 0:00 - occtod4
13 Occupied To 0:00-24:00 24:00 - unoctod4
14 Period 5 DOW (MTWTFSSH) 0/1 00000000 - dow5
15 Occupied From 0:00-24:00 0:00 - occtod5
16 Occupied To 0:00-24:00 24:00 - unoctod5
17 Period 6 DOW (MTWTFSSH) 0/1 00000000 - dow6
18 Occupied From 0:00-24:00 0:00 - occtod6
19 Occupied To 0:00-24:00 24:00 - unoctod6
20 Period 7 DOW (MTWTFSSH) 0/1 00000000 - dow7
21 Occupied From 0:00-24:00 0:00 - occtod7
22 Occupied To 0:00-24:00 24:00 - unoctod7
23 Period 8 DOW (MTWTFSSH) 0/1 00000000 - dow8
24 Occupied From 0:00-24:00 0:00 - occtod8
25 Occupied To 0:00-24:00 24:00 - unoctod8
TABLE NAME: HOLIDAY / HOLDY01S to HOLDY016S PIC TABLE TYPE : 14H, instance 3
DESCRIPTION STATUS DEFAULT UNITS POINT
Holiday Start Month 0-12 0 - HOL_MON
Start Day 0-31 0 - HOL_DAY
Duration (days) 0-99 0 - HOL_LEN
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SETPOINT SCREEN
TABLE NAME: SETPOINT PIC TABLE TYPE : 17H, instance 1
DESCRIPTION STATUS DEFAULT UNITS POINT
1 COOLING
2 Cooling Setpoint 1 - 20 to 101 44.0 F csp1
3 Cooling Setpoint 2 - 20 to 101 44.0 F csp2
4 Voltage No Reset Value 0 to 10 0.0 volts v_cr_no
5 Voltage Full Reset Value 0 to 10 0.0 volts v_cr_fu
6 Delta T No Reset Value 0 to 25 0.0 ^F dt_cr_no
7 Delta T Full Reset Value 0 to 25 0.0 ^F dt_cr_fu
8 OAT No Reset Value 14 to 125 0.0 F oatcr_no
9 OAT Full Reset Value 14 to 125 0.0 F oatcr_fu
10 Cooling Reset Deg. Value -30 to 30 0.0 ^F cr_deg
11 Cooling Ramp Loading 0.2 to 2.0 1.0 ^F cramp_sp
12
13 HEATING
14 Heating Setpoint 80 to 153 100.0 F hsp
15 Voltage No Reset Value 0 to 10 0.0 volts v_hr_no
16 Voltage Full Reset Value 0 to 10 0.0 volts v_hr_fu
17 Delta T No Reset Value 0 to 25 0.0 ^F dt_hr_no
18 Delta T Full Reset Value 0 to 25 0.0 ^F dt_hr_fu
19 Heating Reset Deg. Value -30 to 30 0.0 ^F hr_deg
20 Heating Ramp Loading 0.2 to 2.0 1.0 ^F hramp_sp
21
22 HEAD PRESSURE
23 Sat Cond Temp Setpoint 95 to 140
1
104.0 F headsp
24 Reclaim Setpoint 95 to 140 122.0 F rsp
25
26 DEMAND LIMIT
27 Switch Demand Limit Setp 0 to 100 100 % lim_sp
1 : For water cooled, headsp low limit is 80F (26.7 degC)
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TABLE NAME: LOADFACT PIC TABLE TYPE : 12H, instance 1
DESCRIPTION STATUS UNITS POINT
1 CAPACITY CONTROL
2 Average Ctrl Water Temp nnn.n F ctrl_avg
3 Differential Water Temp nnn.n F diff_wt
4 Water Delta T nnn.n ^F delta_t
5 Control Point nnn.n F CTRL_PNT
6 Reset Amount nnn.n ^F reset
7 Controlled Temp Error nnn.n ^F tp_error
8 Actual Capacity nnn % cap_t
9 Actual Capacity Limit nnn % cap_lim
10 Current Z Multiplier Val n.n - zm
11 Load/Unload Factor nnn.n - smz
12 Active Capacity Override nn - over_cap
13
14 CIRCUIT A EXV CONTROL
15 EXV Position nnn.n % EXV_A
16 EXV Position Limit nnn.n % exvlim_a
17 Cooler Exchange Delta T n.n ^F PINCH_A
18 Discharge Superheat n.n F DSH_A
19 Economizer pinch offset n.n ^F offset_a
20 EXV Override nn - ov_exv_a
21
22 CIRCUIT B EXV CONTROL
23 EXV Position nnn.n % EXV_B
24 EXV Position Limit nnn.n % exvlim_b
25 Cooler Exchange Delta T n.n ^F PINCH_B
26 Discharge Superheat n.n F DSH_B
27 Economizer pinch offset n.n ^F offset_b
28 EXV Override nn - ov_exv_b
TABLE NAME: LAST_POR PIC TABLE TYPE : 12H, instance 6
1 PowerDown 1:day-mon-year nnnnnn ddmmyy date_of1
2 PowerDown 1:hour-minute nnnn hhmm time_of1
3 Power On 2: day-mon-year nnnnnn ddmmyy date_on1
4 Power On 2: hour-minute nnnn hhmm time_on1
5 PowerDown 2:day-mon-year nnnnnn ddmmyy date_of2
6 PowerDown 2:hour-minute nnnn hhmm time_of2
7 Power On 2: day-mon-year nnnnnn ddmmyy date_on2
8 Power On 2: hour-minute nnnn hhmm time_on2
9 PowerDown 3:day-mon-year nnnnnn ddmmyy date_of3
10 PowerDown 3:hour-minute nnnn hhmm time_of3
11 Power On 3: day-mon-year nnnnnn ddmmyy date_on3
12 Power On 3: hour-minute nnnn hhmm time_on3
13 PowerDown 4:day-mon-year nnnnnn ddmmyy date_of4
14 PowerDown 4:hour-minute nnnn hhmm time_of4
15 Power On 4: day-mon-year nnnnnn ddmmyy date_on4
16 Power On 4: hour-minute nnnn hhmm time_on4
17 PowerDown 5:day-mon-year nnnnnn ddmmyy date_of5
18 PowerDown 5:hour-minute nnnn hhmm time_of5
19 Power On 5: day-mon-year nnnnnn ddmmyy date_on5
20 Power On 5: hour-minute nnnn hhmm time_on5
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TABLE NAME: M_MSTSLV PIC TABLE TYPE : 12H, instance 3
DESCRIPTION STATUS UNITS POINT
1 MASTER/SLAVE CONTROL
2 Unit is Master or Slave Disable/Master/Slave - mstslv
3 Master Control Type Local/Remote/CCN
3
- ms_ctrl
4 Master/Slave Ctrl Active True/False - ms_activ
5 Lead Unit is the: Master/Slave - lead_sel
6 Slave Chiller State 0/1/2/3/4/5
1
- slv_stat
7 Slave Chiller Total Cap 0-100 % slv_capt
8 Lag Start Delay 1 to 30
2
minutes l_strt_d
9 Lead/Lag Hours Delta nnnnn
3
hours ll_hr_d
10 Lead/Lag Changeover? Yes/No
4
- ll_chang
11 Lead Pulldown? Yes/No
4
- ll_pull
12 Master/Slave Error nn - ms_error
13 Max Available Capacity ? True/False
5
- cap_max
1: Slave chiller chilstat value
2: This decision is consistent for Master chiller only. It shall be set by default to 0 for the slave chiller.
3: Always CCN for the slave chiller.
4: This decision is consistent for Master chiller only. It shall be set by default to 'No' for the slave chiller.
5: This item is true when chiller has loaded its total unbroken capacity tonnage.
TABLE NAME: SERMAINT PIC TABLE TYPE : 12H, instance 5
DESCRIPTION STATUS UNITS POINT FORCEABLE
1 Reset Maintenance Alert nn - S_RESET Y
2 1 - 11: reset individually
3 12 : reset all
4
5 OPERATION WARNINGS
6 1 - Refrigerant Charge Normal/Low - charge_m N
7 2 - Water Loop Size Normal/Low - wloop_m N
8 3 - Air Exchanger Normal/Dirty - aexch_m N
10
11 GENERAL SERVICING DELAYS
12 4 - CPump 1 (days) 0 to 1000/Alert - cpump1_m N
13 5 - CPump 2 (days) 0 to 1000/Alert - cpump2_m N
14 6 - HPump (days) 0 to 1000/Alert - hpump_m N
15 7 - Water Filter (days) 0 to 1000/Alert - wfilte_m N
16 8 - A1 Oil Filter (days) 0 to 1000/Alert ofila1_m N
17 9 - A2 Oil Filter (days) 0 to 1000/Alert ofila2_m N
18 10- B1 Oil Filter (day) 0 to 1000/Alert ofilb1_m N
19 11- B2 Oil Filter (days) 0 to 1000/Alert ofilb2_m N
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TABLE NAME: STRTHOUR PIC TABLE TYPE : 12, instance 3
DESCRIPTION STATUS UNITS POINT
1 MACHINE
2 Total Operating Hours nnnnn hours HR_MACH
3 Starts Number nnnnn - st_mach
4 Compressor A1 Hours nnnnn hours HR_CP_A1
5 Compressor A2 Hours nnnnn hours HR_CP_A2
6 Compressor A1 Starts nnnnn - st_cp_a1
7 Compressor A2 Starts nnnnn - st_cp_a2
8 Compressor B1 Hours nnnnn hours HR_CP_B1
9 Compressor B2 Hours nnnnn hours HR_CP_B2
10 Compressor B1 Starts nnnnn - st_cp_b1
11 Compressor B2 Starts nnnnn - st_cp_b2
12 Starts Max During 1 Hour nn - st_cp_mx
13 Starts/hr From Last 24 h nn - st_cp_av
14 Cooler Pump #1 Hours nnnnn hours hr_cpum1
15 Cooler Pump #2 Hours nnnnn hours hr_cpum2
16 Condenser Pump Hours nnnnn hours hr_hpump
Note: Table for display only.
TABLE NAME: MTA_SCHM PIC TABLE TYPE : 12H, instance 4
DESCRIPTION STATUS DEFAULTUNITS POINT
1 SCPM A1 MTA Header Read 0 to 560 0 Amps cpa1_mta
2 SCPM A2 MTA Header Read 0 to 560 0 Amps cpa2_mta
3 SCPM B1 MTA Header Read 0 to 560 0 Amps cpb1_mta
4 SCPM B2 MTA Header Read 0 to 560 0 Amps cpb2_mta
5
6 Scheme Number 0 to 5 3 - scheme
7 SCPM A1 Software Version nnn.nn 0 cpa1_ver
8 SCPM A2 Software Version nnn.nn 0 cpa2_ver
9 SCPM B1 Software Version nnn.nn 0 cpb1_ver
10 SCPM B2 Software Version nnn.nn 0 cpb2_ver
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TABLE NAME: OCCMAINT PIC TABLE TYPE : 15,
DESCRIPTION STATUS UNITS POINT
1 Current Mode (1=occup.) 0/1 - MODE
2 Current Occup Period # 1 to 8 - PER_NO
3 Timed -Override in Effect Yes/No - OVERLAST
4 Timed-Override Duration 0 to 4 hours OVR_HRS
5 Current Occupied Time 00:00 to 23:59 - STRTTIME
6 Current Unoccupied Time 00:00 to 23:59 - ENDTIME
7 Next Occupied Day Mon to Sun - NXTOCDAY
8 Next Occupied Time 00:00 to 23:59 - NXTOCTIM
9 Next Unocupied Day Mon to Sun - NXTUNDAY
10 Next Unoccupied Time 00:00 to 23:59 - NXTUNTIM
11 Prev Unocupied Day Mon to Sun - PRVUNDAY
12 Prev Unoccupied Time 00:00 to 23:59 - PRVUNTIM
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APPENDIX B
CCN Variables
The following variables can be used for trace functions (Network Service Tool-Trace, Data Collection).
CCN Variables: Hardware SIO Points
cpa2 _mta> 0 H-DO - Compressor A2, Command CP_A2
all H-AI - Compressor A1, status and MTA reading CPA1_STA
all H-AI F Compressor A1, Motor Temperature CPA1_TMP
all H-AI F Compressor A1, Discharge Gas Temperature CPA1_DGT
all H-AI psi Compressor A1, Economizer Pressure CPA1_ECP
all H-AI psi Compressor A1, Oil Pressure CPA1_OP
all H-AI Amps Compressor A1, Current CPA1_CUR
econ_sel = 1 H-AO - Circuit A Motor cooling thermal valve output CPA1_PUL
All H-DO - Compressor A1, multiplexed DO's
b5b4b3b2b1b0
b0: cpa1_mc1 Motor cooling 1
b1: cpa1_mc2 Motor cooling 2 or
economizer valve
b2: cpa1_ols Oil solenoid
b3: cpa1_ld1 Loader 1 output
b4: cpa1_ld2 Loader 2 output
b5: oilpmp_a Oil pump output circuit A
CPA1_MUX
all H-DO - Compressor A1, Command CP_A1
All H-DO Condenser Water Pump , Command CONDPUMP
pump_seq > 1 H-DO Cooler Water Pump # 2, Command CPUMP_2
pump_seq > 0 H-DO Cooler Water Pump # 1, Command CPUMP_1
all H-AI F Cooler leaving water temperature COOL_LWT
all H-AI F Cooler entering water temperature COOL_EWT
unit_typ = 2 or 3 H-AI F Condenser leaving water temperature COND_LWT
unit_typ = 2 or 3 H-AI F Condenser entering water temperature COND_EWT
All H-AI F Chiller Water System for Master / Slave Control CHWSTEMP
cpb1_mta > 0 H-DO Circuit B Alarm Relay, Command ALARM_B
all H-DO Circuit A Alarm Relay, Command ALARM_A
CONFIGURATION TYPE UNITS DESCRIPTIONS POINT
NAMES
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cb2_mta> 0 H-AI psi Compressor B2, Oil Pressure CPB2_OP
cb2_mta> 0 H-AI Amps Compressor B2, Current CPB2_CUR
cb2_mta > 0 H-DO - Compressor B2, multiplexed DO's
b5b4b3b2b1b0
b0: cpb2_mc1 Motor cooling 1
b1: cpb2_mc2 Motor cooling 2 or
economizer valve
b2: cpb2_ols Oil solenoid
b3: cpb2_ld1 Loader 1 output
b4: cpb2_ld2 Loader 2 output
b5: not used
CPB2_MUX
cpb2_mta> 0 H-DO - Compressor B2, Command CP_B2
cpb1_mta> 0 H-AI - Compressor B1, status and MTA reading CPB1_STAT
cpb1_mta > 0 H-AI F Compressor B1, Motor Temperature CPB1_TMP
cpb1_mta> 0 H-AI F Compressor B1, Discharge Gas Temperature CPB1_DGT
cpb1_mta > 0 H-AI psi Compressor B1, Economizer Pressure CPB1_ECP
cpb1_mta > 0 H-AI psi Compressor B1, Oil Pressure CPB1_OP
cpb1_mta > 0 H-AI Amps Compressor B1, Current CPB1_CUR
cpb1_mta> 0 and
econ_sel = 1
H-AO - Circuit B Motor cooling thermal valve output CPB1_PUL
cpb1_mta > 0 H-DO - Compressor B1, multiplexed DO's
b5b4b3b2b1b0
b0: cpb1_mc1 Motor cooling 1
b1: cpb1_mc2 Motor cooling 2 or
economizer valve
b2: cpb1_ols Oil solenoid
b3: cpb1_ld1 Loader 1 output
b4: cpb1_ld2 Loader 2 output
b5: oilpmp_b Oil pump output circuit B
CPB1_MUX
cpb1_mta> 0 H-DO - Compressor B1, Command CP_B1
cpa2_mta> 0 H-AI - Compressor A2, status and MTA reading CPA2_STA
cpa2_mta> 0 H-AI F Compressor A2, Motor Temperature CPA2_TMP
cpa2_mta> 0 H-AI F Compressor A2, Discharge Gas Temperature CPA2_DGT
cpa2_mta > 0 and
econ_sel = 0
H-AI psi Compressor A2, Economizer Pressure CPA2_ECP
cpa2_mta> 0 H-AI psi Compressor A2, Oil Pressure CPA2_OP
cpa2_mta > 0 H-AI Amps Compressor A2, Current CPA2_CUR
cpa2_mta > 0 H-DO - Compressor A2, multiplexed DO's
b5b4b3b2b1b0
b0: cpa2_mc1 Motor cooling 1
b1: cpa2_mc2 Motor cooling 2 or
economizer valve
b2: cpa2_ols Oil solenoid
b3: cpa2_ld1 Loader 1 output
b4: cpa2_ld2 Loader 2 output
b5: not used
CPA2_MUX
CONFIGURATION TYPE UNITS DESCRIPTIONS POINT
NAMES
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all
(all)
(all)
(unit_typ = 3)
(unit_typ = 1 or 4)
(all)
(all)
(all)
(all)
(uni_typ = 1 or 4)
H-DIM - Basic board multilexed DI's:
b7b6b5b4b3b2b1b0
b0: onoff_sw Remote on/off switch
b1: spt_sw Remote dual setpoint sw
b2: hc_sw Remote heat/cool switch
b2: recl_sw Remote reclaim swutch
b3: limit_sw demand limit switch
b4: lock_1 Cooler interlock
b5: elec_box Electrical Box Thermostat
b6: condflow Condenser flow switch
b7: pump_def Pump default
MUX_DI
econ_sel and tq_r_fbk=
YES
H-AI - Motor Cooling Feedback Signal circuit B MTQ_RESB
econ_sel and tq_r_fbk=
YES
H-AI - Motor Cooling Feedback Signal circuit A MTQ_RESA
recl_opt = 1 H-AO 0 -
10Vdc
Reclaim Condenser Water Valve HR_WTRVL
hr_tmp = 1 H-AI F Reclaim Entering Water Temperature HR_LWT
hr_tmp = 1 H-AI F Reclaim Entering Water Temperature HR_EWT
hd_selec > 0 H-AO 4 - 20
mA
0 -
10Vdc
Varifan or Water Valve Circuit B HD_B
hd_selec > 0 H-AO 4 - 20
mA
0 -
10Vdc
Varifan or Water Valve Circuit A HD_A
cb2_mta> 0 H-AI psi Discharge Pressure Circuit B DP_B
all H-AI psi Discharge Pressure Circuit A DP_A
all H-AI volts External 0 - 10 Vdc input sensor EXT_VDC
cb2_mta > 0 H-AO % EXV Movement Circuit B EXV_ST_B
all H-AO % EXV Movement Circuit A EXV_ST_A
cb2_mta> 0 H-AI - Compressor B2, status and MTA reading CPB2_STA
cb2_mta> 0 H-AI F Compressor B2, Motor Temperature CPB2_TMP
cb2_mta> 0 H-AI F Compressor B2, Discharge Gas Temperature CPB2_DGT
cb2_mta > 0 and
econ_sel = 0
H-AI psi Compressor B2, Economizer Pressure CPB2_ECP
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unit_typ = 1
nb_fan_b> 0
total comp > 6
H-DO Fan Aux board , multiplexed DO's
b7b6b5b4b3b2b1b0
b0: fan_b1 Fan output 1, circuit B
b1: fan_b2 Fan output 2, circuit B
b2: fan_b3 Fan output 3, circuit B
b3: fan_b4 Fan output 4, circuit B
b4: fan_b5 Fan output 5, circuit B
b5: fan_b6 Fan output 6, circuit B
b6: fan_b7 Fan output 7, circuit B
b7: fan_b8 Fan output 8, circuit B
nbfan_a > 2 and
nbfan_b> 2
H-DO - Fan 4xDO board #2, multiplexed DO's
b4b3b2b1b0
b0: fan_b1 Fan output 1, circuit B
b1: fan_b2 Fan output 2, circuit B
b2: fan_b3 Fan output 3, circuit B
b3: fan_b4 Fan output 4, circuit B
MUX_FAN2
unit_typ = 1
nb_fan_a> 0
nb_fan_a > 0 and
nb_fantotal comp > 6
Total comp < 7
H-DO Fan Aux board , multiplexed DO's
b7b6b5b4b3b2b1b0
b0: fan_a1 Fan output 1, circuit A
b1: fan_a2 Fan output 2, circuit A
b2: fan_a3 Fan output 3, circuit A
b3: fan_a4 Fan output 4, circuit A
b4: fan_a5 Fan output 5, circuit A
b5: fan_a6 Fan output 6, circuit A
b6: fan_a7 Fan output 7, circuit A
b7: fan_a8 Fan output 8, circuit A
b4 fan_b1 Fan output 1, circuit B
b5 fan_b2 Fan output 2, circuit B
b6 fan_b3 Fan output 3, circuit B
b7 fan_b4 Fan output 4, circuit B
unit_typ = 1
nbfan_a < 3 and nbfan_b
> 3
nbfan_a > 2 and
nbfan_b > 2
H-DO - Fan 4xDO board #1, multiplexed DO's
b4b3b2b1b0
b0: fan_a1 Fan output 1, circuit A
b1: fan_a2 Fan output 2, circuit A
b2: fan_b1 Fan output 1, circuit B
b3: fan_b2 Fan output 2, circuit B
b0: fan_a1 Fan output 1, circuit A
b1: fan_a2 Fan output 2, circuit A
b2: fan_a3 Fan output 3, circuit A
b3: fan_a4 Fan output 4, circuit A
MUX_FAN1
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alll H-DO - Critical Alarm Signal, Command SAFE_ALM
all H-AI PSI Suction pressure, circuit B SP_B
all H-AI PSI Suction pressure, circuit A SP_A
recl_opt = yes and
cpb1_mta > 0
H-AI PSI Reclaim Pumpdown Pressure circuit B PD_P_B
recl_opt = yes H-AI PSI Reclaim Pumpdown Pressure circuit A PD_P_A
unit_typ = 1 or 4 and
cpb1_mta > 0
H-DO Oil Heater Circuit B OIL_HTRB
unit_typ = 1 or 4 H-DO Oil Heater Circuit A OIL_HTRA
unit_typ = 1 or 4 H-AI F Outside Air Temperature OAT
heat_sel = yes or
recl_opt = yes
recl_opt = yes
recl_opt = yes
recl_opt = yes
recl_opt = yes
recl_opt = yes
(heat_sel = yes)
(heat_sel = yes)
(heat_sel = yes)
H-DOM - NRCP (AQUASNAP) Basic board multilexed DO's,
or AUX 1 Basic board multilexed DO's:
b9b8b7b6b5b4b3b2b1b0
b0: hr_val_a reclaim valve circuit A
b1: hr_val_b reclaim valve circuit B
b2: unused
b3: cond_htr reclaim condenser heater
b4: pd_val_a pumpdown valve circuit A
b5: pd_val_b pumpdown valve circuit B
b6: unused
b7: cool_htr cooler heater
b8: refa_iso refriegerant solenoid A
b9: refb_iso refriegerant solenoid B
MUX_HRDO
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CCN Variables: Software SIO Points
S-A F Leaving Water Temperature LWT
S-A F CCN Leaving Chiller Water Setpoint LCW_STPT
S-A % Master Slave Lag limit LAG_LIM
S-A Hours Compressor B2 Run time Operation HR_CP_B2
S-A Hours Compressor B1 Run time Operation HR_CP_B1
S-A Hours Compressor A2 Run time Operation HR_CP_A2
S-A Hours Compressor A1 Run time Operation HR_CP_A1
S-A Hours Chiller Run time Operation HR_MACH
S-A - Heat/Cool Select ( 0=Cool 1= Heat ) HC_SEL
S-A Fan stages Circuit B FAN_ST_B
S-A Fan stages Circuit A FAN_ST_A
S-A % EXV Position Circuit B EXV_B
S-A % EXV Position Circuit A EXV_A
S-A F Entering Water Temperature EWT
S-D - Emergency Stop Enable/Disable via CCN flag EMSTOP
S-A psi Compressor B2, Oil Differential Pressure DOP_B2
S-A psi Compressor B1, Oil Differential Pressure DOP_B1
S-A psi Compressor A2, Oil Differential Pressure DOP_A2
S-A psi Compressor A1, Oil Differential Pressure DOP_A1
S-A ^F Discharge Superheat Circuit B DSH_B
S-A ^F Discharge Superheat Circuit A DSH_A
S-A Percent Active Demand Limit Value DEM_LIM
S-A F Chiller Control Water CTRL_WT
S-A F Chille Control Point CTRL_PNT
S-D - Cooler heater output COOLHEAT
S-A F Consensing Setpoint COND_SP
S-D - Condenser pump status COND_PMP
S-D - Cooler pump # 2 status CL_PUMP2
S-D - Cooler pump # 1 status CL_PUMP1
S-D - CCN Enable/Disable the start/Stop Chiller Flag CHIL_S_S
S-D - CCN Chiller Occupancy Flag CHIL_OCC
S-D - CCN Chiller status (for SM & Master/Slave operation ) CHILSTAT
S-A Percent Chiller Available Percent Capacity (running or not) CAP_T_AV
S-A Percent Machine Percent Capacity CAP_T
S-A Percent Circuit B Percent Capacity CAPB_T
S-A Percent Circuit A Percent Capacity CAPA_T
S-AI - Alarm Status (0=no alarm 1=partial alarm 2=total alarm) ALM
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S-A - Circuit A & B Oil level indicator :
3 = Circuit A & Circuit B oil level are both high
2 = Circuit A oil level is high, circuit B oil level is low
1 = Circuit A oil level is low, circuit B oil level is high
0 = Circuit A & Circuit B oil level are both low
TOT_OIL
S-A - Unit state information (int value):
1 = local operating type, off mode
2 = local operating type, on mode
3 = remote operating type, off mode
4 = remote operating type, on mode
5 = ccn operating type, off mode
6 = ccn operating type, on mode
7 = ccn operating type, off mode, system manager control
8 = ccn operating type, on mode, system manager control
9 = Master operating type, off mode
10 = Master operating type, on mode
11 = Master operating type, Master Slave Control, off mode
12 = Master operating type, Master Slave Control, on mode
off mode = unit is commended to OFF or totally failed
on mode = unit is commended to ON (status could also be
delay)
STATE
S-A F Saturated Suction Temperature, Circuit B SST_B
S-A F Saturated Suction Temperature, Circuit A SST_A
S-D
Setpoint occupancy status SP_OCC
S-A -
Sum/Z Value for capacity PID Loop Control SMZ
S-A F Saturated Condensing Temperature, Circuit B SCT_B
S-A F Saturated Condensing Temperature, Circuit A SCT_A
S-D - Servicing alert Reset S RESET
S-D - Rotate pumps now ROT PUMP
S-D - Reclaim Select RECL_SEL
S-A ^F Cooler Exchange Deltat T circuit B PINCH_B
S-A ^F Cooler Exchange Deltat T circuit A PINCH_A
S-A min Minutes left for start MIN_LEFT
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SCHEME 1 : Water Cooled Chillers 1 compressor, Aux Board
Channel 27-28: virtual
- AI Channel 38
-MTQ RESA AI Channel 37
- Channel 33
EXV ST A Channel 29
EXV BOARD #1
Address = 29
SAFE ALM DO Channel 26
DO Channel 25
ALARM A DO Channel 24
- DO Channel 23
- DO Channel 22
CONDPUMP DO Channel 21
CPUMP 2 DO Channel 20
CPUMP 1 DO Channel 19
pump_def
DI 11 - bit 7
cond_flow
DI 11 - bit 6
- AI Channel 94 elec box DI 11 - bit 5
- AI Channel 93 lock 1 DI 11 - bit 4
- AI Channel 55 CPA1 STA AI Channel 92 lim sw DI 11 - bit 3
- AI Channel 54 CPA1 TMP AI Channel 91 hc sw DI 11 - bit 2
- AI Channel 53 CPA1 DGT AI Channel 90 spt sw DI 11 - bit 1
- AI Channel 52 CPA1 ECP AI Channel 89 onoff sw DI 11- bit 0
AO Channel 51 CPA1 OP AI Channel 88 MUX DI
1
Channel 11
HD A AO Channel 50 CPA1 CUR AI Channel 87 EXT VDC AI Channel 10
- DO Ch 49 bit-7 CPA1 PUL DO Channel 86 AI Channel 09
- DO Ch 49 bit-6 oilpmp a DO 85 - bit 5 AI Channel 08
- DO Ch 49 bit-5 a1 ldr 2 DO 85 - bit 4 SP A AI Channel 07
- DO Ch 49 bit-4 a1 ldr 1 DO 85 - bit 3 DP A AI Channel 06
- DO Ch 49 bit-3 cpa1 ols DO 85 - bit 2 COND EWT AI Channel 05
- DO Ch 49 bit-2 cpa1 mc2 DO 85 - bit 1 COND LWT AI Channel 04
- DO Ch 49 bit-1 cpa1 mc1 DO 85 - bit 0 CHWSTEMP AI Channel 03
- DO Ch 49 bit-0 CPA1 MUX Channel 85 COOL EWT AI Channel 02
- Channel 49 CP A1 DO Channel 84 COOL LWT AI Channel 01
AUXILIARY BOARD # 1
Address = 49
SCPM BOARD #1
Address =84
BASIC BOARD
Address = 1
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SCHEME 3 : Water Cooled Chillers 2 to 4 compressors, Aux board
Channel 27-28: virtual
- AI Channel 127 - AI Channel 105
- AI Channel 126 - AI Channel 104
CPB2 STA AI Channel 125 CPA2 STA AI Channel 103
CPB2 TMP AI Channel 124 CPA2 TMP AI Channel 102 MTQ RESB AI Channel 38
CPB2 DGT AI Channel 123 CPA2 DGT AI Channel 101 MTQ RESA AI Channel 37
CPB2 ECP AI Channel 122 CPA2 ECP AI Channel 100 EXV ST B Channel 33
CPB2 OP AI Channel 121 CPA2 OP AI Channel 99 EXV ST A Channel 29
CPB2 CUR AI Channel 120 CPA2 CUR AI Channel 98
- DO Channel 119 - DO Channel 97
- DO 118 - bit 5 - DO 96 - bit 5 EXV BOARD # 1
Address = 29
b2 ldr 2 DO 118 - bit 4 a2 ldr 2 DO 96 - bit 4
b2 ldr 1 DO 118 - bit 3 a2 ldr 1 DO 96 - bit 3 SAFE ALM DO Channel 26
cpb2 ols DO 118 - bit 2 cpa2 ols DO 96 - bit 2 ALARM B DO Channel 25
cpb2 mc2 DO 118 - bit 1 cpa2 mc2 DO 96 - bit 1 ALARM A DO Channel 24
cpb2 mc1 DO 118 - bit 0 cpa2 mc1 DO 96 - bit 0 - DO Channel 23
CPB2 MUX Channel 118 CPA2 MUX Channel 96 - DO Channel 22
CP B2 DO Channel 117 CP A2 DO Channel 95 CONDPUMP DO Channel 21
CPUMP 2 DO Channel 20
CPUMP 1 DO Channel 19
SCPM BOARD #4
Address = 117
SCPM BOARD #2
Address = 95
pump_def
DI 11 - bit 7
cond_flow
DI 11 - bit 6
- AI Channel 116 - AI Channel 94 elec box DI 11 - bit 5
- AI Channel 115 - AI Channel 93 lock 1 DI 11 - bit 4
- AI Channel 55 CPB1 STA AI Channel 114 CPA1 STA AI Channel 92 lim sw DI 11 - bit 3
- AI Channel 54 CPB1 TMP AI Channel 113 CPA1 TMP AI Channel 91 hc sw DI 11 - bit 2
- AI Channel 53 CPB1 DGT AI Channel 112 CPA1 DGT AI Channel 90 spt sw DI 11 - bit 1
- AI Channel 52 CPB1 ECP AI Channel 111 CPA1 ECP AI Channel 89 onoff sw DI 11- bit 0
HD B AO Channel 51 CPB1 OP AI Channel 110 CPA1 OP AI Channel 88 MUX DI
1
Channel 11
HD A AO Channel 50 CPB1 CUR AI Channel 109 CPA1 CUR AI Channel 87 EXT VDC AI Channel 10
- DO Ch 49 bit-7 CPB1 PUL DO Channel 108 CPA1 PUL DO Channel 86 SP B AI Channel 09
- DO Ch 49 bit-6 oilpmp b DO 107 - bit 5 oilpmp a DO 85 - bit 5 DP B AI Channel 08
- DO Ch 49 bit-5 b1 ldr 2 DO 107 - bit 4 a1 ldr 2 DO 85 - bit 4 SP A AI Channel 07
- DO Ch 49 bit-4 b1 ldr 1 DO 107 - bit 3 a1 ldr 1 DO 85 - bit 3 DP A AI Channel 06
- DO Ch 49 bit-3 cpb1 ols DO 107 - bit 2 cpa1 ols DO 85 - bit 2 COND EWT AI Channel 05
- DO Ch 49 bit-2 cpb1 mc2 DO 107 - bit 1 cpa1 mc2 DO 85 - bit 1 COND LWT AI Channel 04
- DO Ch 49 bit-1 cpb1 mc1 DO 107 - bit 0 cpa1 mc1 DO 85 - bit 0 CHWSTEMP AI Channel 03
- DO Ch 49 bit-0 CPB1 MUX Channel 107 CPA1 MUX Channel 85 COOL EWT AI Channel 02
- Channel 49 CP B1 DO Channel 106 CP A1 DO Channel 84 COOL LWT AI Channel 01
AUXILIARY BOARD # 1
Address = 49
SCPM BOARD #3
Address =106
SCPM BOARD #1
Address =84
BASIC BOARD
Address = 1
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SCHEME 4 : Water Cooled Chillers 2 to 4 Compressors, no Aux Board
HD B AO Channel 52
- HD A AO Channel 51
- Channel 27-28: virtual - AI Channel 50
- AI Channel 49
- AI Channel 48
- AI Channel 47
-
- AI Chan126-127 - AI Chan104-105 4xAI - 2xAO BOARD
Address = 47
CPB2 STA AI Channel 125 CPA2 STA AI Channel 103
CPB2 TMP AI Channel 124 CPA2 TMP AI Channel 102 MTQ RESB AI Channel 38
CPB2 DGT AI Channel 123 CPA2 DGT AI Channel 101 MTQ RESA AI Channel 37
CPB2 ECP AI Channel 122 CPA2 ECP AI Channel 100 EXV ST B Channel 33
CPB2 OP AI Channel 121 CPA2 OP AI Channel 99 EXV ST A Channel 29
CPB2 CUR AI Channel 120 CPA2 CUR AI Channel 98
- DO Channel 119 - DO Channel 97
- DO 118 - bit 5 - DO 96 - bit 5 EXV BOARD # 1
Address = 29
b2 ldr 2 DO 118 - bit 4 a2 ldr 2 DO 96 - bit 4
b2 ldr 1 DO 118 - bit 3 a2 ldr 1 DO 96 - bit 3 SAFE ALM DO Channel 26
cpb2 ols DO 118 - bit 2 cpa2 ols DO 96 - bit 2 ALARM B DO Channel 25
cpb2 mc2 DO 118 - bit 1 cpa2 mc2 DO 96 - bit 1 ALARM A DO Channel 24
cpb2 mc1 DO 118 - bit 0 cpa2 mc1 DO 96 - bit 0 - DO Channel 23
CPB2 MUX Channel 118 CPA2 MUX Channel 96 - DO Channel 22
CP B2 DO Channel 117 CP A2 DO Channel 95 CONDPUMP DO Channel 21
CPUMP 2 DO Channel 20
CPUMP 1 DO Channel 19
SCPM BOARD
Address = 117
SCPM BOARD
Address = 40
pump_def
DI 11 - bit 7
cond_flow
DI 11 - bit 6
- - elec box DI 11 - bit 5
- AI Chan 115-16 - AI Chan 93-94 lock 1 DI 11 - bit 4
CPB1 STA AI Channel 114 CPA1 STA AI Channel 92 lim sw DI 11 - bit 3
CPB1 TMP AI Channel 113 CPA1 TMP AI Channel 91 hc sw DI 11 - bit 2
CPB1 DGT AI Channel 112 CPA1 DGT AI Channel 90 spt sw DI 11 - bit 1
CPB1 ECP AI Channel 111 CPA1 ECP AI Channel 89 onoff sw DI 11- bit 0
CPB1 OP AI Channel 110 CPA1 OP AI Channel 88 MUX DI
1
Channel 11
CPB1 CUR AI Channel 109 CPA1 CUR AI Channel 87 EXT VDC AI Channel 10
CPB1 PUL DO Channel 108 CPA1 PUL DO Channel 86 SP B AI Channel 09
oilpmp b DO 107 - bit 5 oilpmp a DO 85 - bit 5 DP B AI Channel 08
b1 ldr 2 DO 107 - bit 4 a1 ldr 2 DO 85 - bit 4 SP A AI Channel 07
b1 ldr 1 DO 107 - bit 3 a1 ldr 1 DO 85 - bit 3 DP A AI Channel 06
cpb1 ols DO 107 - bit 2 cpa1 ols DO 85 - bit 2 COND EWT AI Channel 05
cpb1 mc2 DO 107 - bit 1 cpa1 mc2 DO 85 - bit 1 COND LWT AI Channel 04
cpb1 mc1 DO 107 - bit 0 cpa1 mc1 DO 85 - bit 0 CHWSTEMP AI Channel 03
CPB1 MUX Channel 107 CPA1 MUX Channel 85 COOL EWT AI Channel 02
CP B1 DO Channel 106 CP A1 DO Channel 84 COOL LWT AI Channel 01
SCPM BOARD
Address = 106
SCPM BOARD
Address = 84
BASIC BOARD
Address = 1
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SCHEME 5 : Air Cooled Chillers 1 compressor, Aux Board, Varifan
Channel 27-28: virtual
- AI Channel 38
MTQ RESA AI Channel 37
Channel 33
EXV ST A Channel 29
EXV BOARD
Address = 29
SAFE ALM DO Channel 26
REFA ISO DO Channel 25
ALARM A DO Channel 24
COOL HTR DO Channel 23
OIL HTRA DO Channel 22
DO Channel 21
CPUMP 2 DO Channel 20
CPUMP 1 DO Channel 19
pump_def
DI 11 - bit 7
cond_flow
DI 11 - bit 6
- AI Channel 94 elec box DI 11 - bit 5
- AI Channel 93 lock 1 DI 11 - bit 4
- AI Channel 55 CPA1 STA AI Channel 92 lim sw DI 11 - bit 3
- AI Channel 54 CPA1 TMP AI Channel 91 hc sw DI 11 - bit 2
- AI Channel 53 CPA1 DGT AI Channel 90 spt sw DI 11 - bit 1
- AI Channel 52 CPA1 ECP AI Channel 89 onoff sw DI 11- bit 0
AO Channel 51 CPA1 OP AI Channel 88 MUX DI
1
Channel 11
HD A AO Channel 50 CPA1 CUR AI Channel 87 EXT VDC AI Channel 10
- DO Ch 49 bit-7 CPA1 PUL DO Channel 86 AI Channel 09
- DO Ch 49 bit-6 oilpmp a DO 85 - bit 5 AI Channel 08
- DO Ch 49 bit-5 a1 ldr 2 DO 85 - bit 4 SP A AI Channel 07
fan a4 DO Ch 49 bit-4 a1 ldr 1 DO 85 - bit 3 DP A AI Channel 06
fan a3 DO Ch 49 bit-3 cpa1 ols DO 85 - bit 2 AI Channel 05
fan a2 DO Ch 49 bit-2 cpa1 mc2 DO 85 - bit 1 OAT AI Channel 04
fan a1 DO Ch 49 bit-1 cpa1 mc1 DO 85 - bit 0 CHWSTEMP AI Channel 03
DO Ch 49 bit-0 CPA1 MUX Channel 85 COOL EWT AI Channel 02
MUX FAN1 Channel 49 CP A1 DO Channel 84 COOL LWT AI Channel 01
AUXILIARY BOARD # 1
Address = 49
SCPM BOARD #1
Address =84
BASIC BOARD
Address = 1
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SCHEME 6 : Air Cooled Chillers 1 compressor, Aux Board, No Varifan
Channel 27-28: virtual
- AI Channel 38
MTQ RESA AI Channel 37
Channel 33
EXV ST A Channel 29
EXV BOARD
Address = 29
SAFE ALM DO Channel 26
REFA ISO DO Channel 25
ALARM A DO Channel 24
COOL HTR DO Channel 23
OIL HTRA DO Channel 22
DO Channel 21
CPUMP 2 DO Channel 20
CPUMP 1 DO Channel 19
pump_def
DI 11 - bit 7
cond_flow
DI 11 - bit 6
- AI Channel 94 elec box DI 11 - bit 5
- AI Channel 93 lock 1 DI 11 - bit 4
CPA1 STA AI Channel 92 lim sw DI 11 - bit 3
CPA1 TMP AI Channel 91 hc sw DI 11 - bit 2
CPA1 DGT AI Channel 90 spt sw DI 11 - bit 1
CPA1 ECP AI Channel 89 onoff sw DI 11- bit 0
CPA1 OP AI Channel 88 MUX DI
1
Channel 11
CPA1 CUR AI Channel 87 EXT VDC AI Channel 10
- DO Ch 49 bit-7 CPA1 PUL DO Channel 86 AI Channel 09
- DO Ch 49 bit-6 oilpmp a DO 85 - bit 5 AI Channel 08
- DO Ch 49 bit-5 a1 ldr 2 DO 85 - bit 4 SP A AI Channel 07
- DO Ch 49 bit-4 a1 ldr 1 DO 85 - bit 3 DP A AI Channel 06
fan a4 DO Ch 49 bit-3 cpa1 ols DO 85 - bit 2 AI Channel 05
fan a3 DO Ch 49 bit-2 cpa1 mc2 DO 85 - bit 1 OAT AI Channel 04
fan a2 DO Ch 49 bit-1 cpa1 mc1 DO 85 - bit 0 CHWSTEMP AI Channel 03
fan a1 DO Ch 49 bit-0 CPA1 MUX Channel 85 COOL EWT AI Channel 02
MUX FAN1 Channel 49 CP A1 DO Channel 84 COOL LWT AI Channel 01
AUXILIARY BOARD # 1
Address = 49
SCPM BOARD #1
Address =84
BASIC BOARD
Address = 1
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SCHEME 8 : Air Cooled Chillers < 3 separate fan stages 2 to 4 compressors,
Cooler heater = NO, Reclaim option = no No Aux Board
HD_B AO Channel 52
Channel 27-28: virtual HD A AO Channel 51
HR EWT AI Channel 50
HR LWT AI Channel 49
AI Channel 48
AI Channel 47
- AI Channel 127 - AI Channel 105
- AI Channel 126 - AI Channel 104 4xAI - 2xAO BOARD
Address = 47
fan b2 39 - bit 3 CPB2 STA AI Channel 125 CPA2 STA AI Channel 103
fan b1 39 - bit 2 CPB2 TMP AI Channel 124 CPA2 TMP AI Channel 102 MTQ RESB AI Channel 38
fan a2 39 - bit 1 CPB2 DGT AI Channel 123 CPA2 DGT AI Channel 101 MTQ RESA AI Channel 37
fan a1 39 - bit 0 CPB2 ECP AI Channel 122 CPA2 ECP AI Channel 100 EXV ST B Channel 33
MUX FAN1 Channel 39 CPB2 OP AI Channel 121 CPA2 OP AI Channel 99 EXV ST A Channel 29
CPB2 CUR AI Channel 120 CPA2 CUR AI Channel 98
- DO Channel 119 - DO Channel 97
4xDO BOARD #1Address = 39 - DO 118 - bit 5 - DO 96 - bit 5 EXV BOARD
Address = 29
b2 ldr 2 DO 118 - bit 4 a2 ldr 2 DO 96 - bit 4
b2 ldr 1 DO 118 - bit 3 a2 ldr 1 DO 96 - bit 3 SAFE ALM DO Channel 26
cpb2 ols DO 118 - bit 2 cpa2 ols DO 96 - bit 2 ALARM B DO Channel 25
cpb2 mc2 DO 118 - bit 1 cpa2 mc2 DO 96 - bit 1 ALARM A DO Channel 24
cpb2 mc1 DO 118 - bit 0 cpa2 mc1 DO 96 - bit 0 OIL HTRB DO Channel 23
CPB2 MUX Channel 118 CPA2 MUX Channel 96 OIL HTRA DO Channel 22
CP B2 DO Channel 117 CP A2 DO Channel 95 - DO Channel 21
CPUMP 2 DO Channel 20
CPUMP 1 DO Channel 19
SCPM BOARD #4
Address = 117
SCPM BOARD #2
Address = 95
pump_def
DI 11 - bit 7
cond_flow
DI 11 - bit 6
- AI Channel 116 - AI Channel 94 elec box DI 11 - bit 5
- AI Channel 115 - AI Channel 93 lock 1 DI 11 - bit 4
CPB1 STA AI Channel 114 CPA1 STA AI Channel 92 lim sw DI 11 - bit 3
CPB1 TMP AI Channel 113 CPA1 TMP AI Channel 91 recl sw DI 11 - bit 2
CPB1 DGT AI Channel 112 CPA1 DGT AI Channel 90 spt sw DI 11 - bit 1
CPB1 ECP AI Channel 111 CPA1 ECP AI Channel 89 onoff sw DI 11- bit 0
CPB1 OP AI Channel 110 CPA1 OP AI Channel 88 MUX DI
1
Channel 11
CPB1 CUR AI Channel 109 CPA1 CUR AI Channel 87 EXT VDC AI Channel 10
CPB1 PUL DO Channel 108 CPA1 PUL DO Channel 86 SP B AI Channel 09
oilpmp b DO 107 - bit 5 oilpmp a DO 85 - bit 5 DP B AI Channel 08
b1 ldr 2 DO 107 - bit 4 a1 ldr 2 DO 85 - bit 4 SP A AI Channel 07
b1 ldr 1 DO 107 - bit 3 a1 ldr 1 DO 85 - bit 3 DP A AI Channel 06
cpb1 ols DO 107 - bit 2 cpa1 ols DO 85 - bit 2 - AI Channel 05
cpb1 mc2 DO 107 - bit 1 cpa1 mc2 DO 85 - bit 1 OAT AI Channel 04
cpb1 mc1 DO 107 - bit 0 cpa1 mc1 DO 85 - bit 0 CHWSTEMP AI Channel 03
CPB1 MUX Channel 107 CPA1 MUX Channel 85 COOL EWT AI Channel 02
CP B1 DO Channel 106 CP A1 DO Channel 84 COOL LWT AI Channel 01
SCPM BOARD #3
Address =106
SCPM BOARD #1
Address =84
BASIC BOARD
Address = 1
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AI Channel 69
AI Channel 68
HR EWT AI Channel 67 Channel 27-28: virtual
HR LWT AI Channel 66
- AO Channel 65
AO Channel 64
cool htr DO Ch 63 bit-7
cond htr DO Ch 63 bit-6
refb iso DO Ch 63 bit-5 - AI Channel 127 - AI Channel 105
hr val b DO Ch 63 bit-4 - AI Channel 126 - AI Channel 104
pd val b DO Ch 63 bit-3 CPB2 STA AI Channel 125 CPA2 STA AI Channel 103
refa iso DO Ch 63 bit-2 CPB2 TMP AI Channel 124 CPA2 TMP AI Channel 102 MTQ RESB AI Channel 38
hr val a DO Ch 63 bit-1 CPB2 DGT AI Channel 123 CPA2 DGT AI Channel 101 MTQ RESA AI Channel 37
pd val a DO Ch 63 bit-0 CPB2 ECP AI Channel 122 CPA2 ECP AI Channel 100 EXV ST B Channel 33
MUX HRDO Channel 63 CPB2 OP AI Channel 121 CPA2 OP AI Channel 99 EXV ST A Channel 29
CPB2 CUR AI Channel 120 CPA2 CUR AI Channel 98
AUXILIARY BOARD # 3 Address = 63 - DO Channel 119 - DO Channel 97
- DO 118 - bit 5 - DO 96 - bit 5 EXV BOARD
Address = 29
b2 ldr 2 DO 118 - bit 4 a2 ldr 2 DO 96 - bit 4
b2 ldr 1 DO 118 - bit 3 a2 ldr 1 DO 96 - bit 3 SAFE ALM DO Channel 26
cpb2 ols DO 118 - bit 2 cpa2 ols DO 96 - bit 2 ALARM B DO Channel 25
cpb2 mc2 DO 118 - bit 1 cpa2 mc2 DO 96 - bit 1 ALARM A DO Channel 24
cpb2 mc1 DO 118 - bit 0 cpa2 mc1 DO 96 - bit 0 OIL HTRB DO Channel 23
CPB2 MUX Channel 118 CPA2 MUX Channel 96 OIL HTRA DO Channel 22
CP B2 DO Channel 117 CP A2 DO Channel 95 CONDPUMP DO Channel 21
CPUMP 2 DO Channel 20
CPUMP 1 DO Channel 19
SCPM BOARD #4
Address = 117
SCPM BOARD #2
Address = 95
pump_def
DI 11 - bit 7
cond_flow
DI 11 - bit 6
- AI Channel 116 - AI Channel 94 elec box DI 11 - bit 5
- AI Channel 115 - AI Channel 93 lock 1 DI 11 - bit 4
CPB1 STA AI Channel 114 CPA1 STA AI Channel 92 lim sw DI 11 - bit 3
CPB1 TMP AI Channel 113 CPA1 TMP AI Channel 91 recl sw DI 11 - bit 2
CPB1 DGT AI Channel 112 CPA1 DGT AI Channel 90 spt sw DI 11 - bit 1
CPB1 ECP AI Channel 111 CPA1 ECP AI Channel 89 onoff sw DI 11- bit 0
CPB1 OP AI Channel 110 CPA1 OP AI Channel 88 MUX DI
1
Channel 11
CPB1 CUR AI Channel 109 CPA1 CUR AI Channel 87 EXT VDC AI Channel 10
fan b4 DO Ch 49 bit-7 CPB1 PUL DO Channel 108 CPA1 PUL DO Channel 86 SP B AI Channel 09
fan b3 DO Ch 49 bit-6 oilpmp b DO 107 - bit 5 oilpmp a DO 85 - bit 5 DP B AI Channel 08
fan b2 DO Ch 49 bit-5 b1 ldr 2 DO 107 - bit 4 a1 ldr 2 DO 85 - bit 4 SP A AI Channel 07
fan b1 DO Ch 49 bit-4 b1 ldr 1 DO 107 - bit 3 a1 ldr 1 DO 85 - bit 3 DP A AI Channel 06
fan a4 DO Ch 49 bit-3 cpb1 ols DO 107 - bit 2 cpa1 ols DO 85 - bit 2 - AI Channel 05
fan a3 DO Ch 49 bit-2 cpb1 mc2 DO 107 - bit 1 cpa1 mc2 DO 85 - bit 1 OAT AI Channel 04
fan a2 DO Ch 49 bit-1 cpb1 mc1 DO 107 - bit 0 cpa1 mc1 DO 85 - bit 0 CHWSTEMP AI Channel 03
fan a1 DO Ch 49 bit-0 CPB1 MUX Channel 107 CPA1 MUX Channel 85 COOL EWT AI Channel 02
MUX FAN1 Channel 49 CP B1 DO Channel 106 CP A1 DO Channel 84 COOL LWT AI Channel 01
AUXILIARY BOARD # 1 Address = 49 SCPM BOARD #3
Address =106
SCPM BOARD #1
Address =84
BASIC BOARD
Address = 1
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AI Channel 69
AI Channel 68
HR EWT AI Channel 67 Channel 27-28: virtual
HR LWT AI Channel 66
- AO Channel 65
AO Channel 64
cool htr DO Ch 63 bit-7
cond htr DO Ch 63 bit-6
refb iso DO Ch 63 bit-5 - AI Channel 127 - AI Channel 105
hr val b DO Ch 63 bit-4 - AI Channel 126 - AI Channel 104
pd val b DO Ch 63 bit-3 CPB2 STA AI Channel 125 CPA2 STA AI Channel 103
refa iso DO Ch 63 bit-2 CPB2 TMP AI Channel 124 CPA2 TMP AI Channel 102 - AI Channel 38
hr val a DO Ch 63 bit-1 CPB2 DGT AI Channel 123 CPA2 DGT AI Channel 101 - AI Channel 37
pd val a DO Ch 63 bit-0 CPB2 ECP AI Channel 122 CPA2 ECP AI Channel 100 EXV ST B Channel 33
MUX HRDO Channel 63 CPB2 OP AI Channel 121 CPA2 OP AI Channel 99 EXV ST A Channel 29
CPB2 CUR AI Channel 120 CPA2 CUR AI Channel 98
AUXILIARY BOARD # 3 Address = 63 - DO Channel 119 - DO Channel 97
- DO 118 - bit 5 - DO 96 - bit 5 EXV BOARD
Address = 29
b2 ldr 2 DO 118 - bit 4 a2 ldr 2 DO 96 - bit 4
b2 ldr 1 DO 118 - bit 3 a2 ldr 1 DO 96 - bit 3 SAFE ALM DO Channel 26
cpb2 ols DO 118 - bit 2 cpa2 ols DO 96 - bit 2 ALARM B DO Channel 25
cpb2 mc2 DO 118 - bit 1 cpa2 mc2 DO 96 - bit 1 ALARM A DO Channel 24
cpb2_mc1 DO 118 - bit 0 cpa2_mc1 DO 96 - bit 0 OIL_HTRB DO Channel 23
fan b8 DO Ch 56 bit-7 CPB2 MUX Channel 118 CPA2 MUX Channel 96 OIL HTRA DO Channel 22
fan b7 DO Ch 56 bit-6 CP B2 DO Channel 117 CP A2 DO Channel 95 CONDPUMP DO Channel 21
fan b6 DO Ch 56 bit-5 CPUMP 2 DO Channel 20
fan b5 DO Ch 56 bit-4 CPUMP 1 DO Channel 19
fan b4 DO Ch 56 bit-3 SCPM BOARD #4
Address = 117
SCPM BOARD #2
Address = 95
pump_def
DI 11 - bit 7
fan b3 DO Ch 56 bit-2
cond_flow
DI 11 - bit 6
fan b2 DO Ch 56 bit-1 - AI Channel 116 - AI Channel 94 elec box DI 11 - bit 5
fan b1 DO Ch 56 bit-0 - AI Channel 115 - AI Channel 93 lock 1 DI 11 - bit 4
MUX FAN2 Channel 56 CPB1 STA AI Channel 114 CPA1 STA AI Channel 92 lim sw DI 11 - bit 3
AUXILIARY BOARD # 2 Address = 56 CPB1_TMP AI Channel 113 CPA1_TMP AI Channel 91 recl_sw DI 11 - bit 2
CPB1 DGT AI Channel 112 CPA1 DGT AI Channel 90 spt sw DI 11 - bit 1
CPB1 ECP AI Channel 111 CPA1 ECP AI Channel 89 onoff sw DI 11- bit 0
CPB1 OP AI Channel 110 CPA1 OP AI Channel 88 MUX DI
1
Channel 11
CPB1 CUR AI Channel 109 CPA1 CUR AI Channel 87 EXT VDC AI Channel 10
fan a8 DO Ch 49 bit-7 CPB1 PUL DO Channel 108 CPA1 PUL DO Channel 86 SP B AI Channel 09
fan a7 DO Ch 49 bit-6 oilpmp b DO 107 - bit 5 oilpmp a DO 85 - bit 5 DP B AI Channel 08
fan a6 DO Ch 49 bit-5 b1 ldr 2 DO 107 - bit 4 a1 ldr 2 DO 85 - bit 4 SP A AI Channel 07
fan a5 DO Ch 49 bit-4 b1 ldr 1 DO 107 - bit 3 a1 ldr 1 DO 85 - bit 3 DP A AI Channel 06
fan a4 DO Ch 49 bit-3 cpb1 ols DO 107 - bit 2 cpa1 ols DO 85 - bit 2 - AI Channel 05
fan a3 DO Ch 49 bit-2 cpb1 mc2 DO 107 - bit 1 cpa1 mc2 DO 85 - bit 1 OAT AI Channel 04
fan a2 DO Ch 49 bit-1 cpb1 mc1 DO 107 - bit 0 cpa1 mc1 DO 85 - bit 0 CHWSTEMP AI Channel 03
fan a1 DO Ch 49 bit-0 CPB1 MUX Channel 107 CPA1 MUX Channel 85 COOL EWT AI Channel 02
MUX FAN1 Channel 49 CP B1 DO Channel 106 CP A1 DO Channel 84 COOL LWT AI Channel 01
AUXILIARY BOARD # 1 Address = 49 SCPM BOARD #3
Address =106
SCPM BOARD #1
Address =84
BASIC BOARD
Address = 1
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SCHEME 11: Air Cooled < 5 separate fan stages 2 to 4 compressors Aux Board, varifan
PD_P_B AI Channel 69
PD P A AI Channel 68 Channel 27-28: virtual
HR EWT AI Channel 67
HR LWT AI Channel 66
- AO Channel 65
HR WTRVL AO Channel 64
cool htr DO Ch 63 bit-7
cond htr DO Ch 63 bit-6
refb iso DO Ch 63 bit-5 - AI Channel 127 - AI Channel 105
hr val b DO Ch 63 bit-4 - AI Channel 126 - AI Channel 104
pd val b DO Ch 63 bit-3 CPB2 STA AI Channel 125 CPA2 STA AI Channel 103
refa iso DO Ch 63 bit-2 CPB2 TMP AI Channel 124 CPA2 TMP AI Channel 102 MTQ RESB AI Channel 38
hr val a DO Ch 63 bit-1 CPB2 DGT AI Channel 123 CPA2 DGT AI Channel 101 MTQ RESA- AI Channel 37
pd val a DO Ch 63 bit-0 CPB2 ECP AI Channel 122 CPA2 ECP AI Channel 100 EXV ST B Channel 33
MUX HRDO Channel 63 CPB2 OP AI Channel 121 CPA2 OP AI Channel 99 EXV ST B Channel 29
CPB2 CUR AI Channel 120 CPA2 CUR AI Channel 98
AUXILIARY BOARD # 3 Address = 63 - DO Channel 119 - DO Channel 97 EXV BOARD Address = 29
- DO 118 - bit 5 - DO 96 - bit 5
b2 ldr 2 DO 118 - bit 4 a2 ldr 2 DO 96 - bit 4 SAFE ALM DO Channel 26
b2 ldr 1 DO 118 - bit 3 a2 ldr 1 DO 96 - bit 3 ALARM B DO Channel 25
cpb2 ols DO 118 - bit 2 cpa2 ols DO 96 - bit 2 ALARM A DO Channel 24
cpb2 mc2 DO 118 - bit 1 cpa2 mc2 DO 96 - bit 1 OIL HTRB DO Channel 23
cpb2 mc1 DO 118 - bit 0 cpa2 mc1 DO 96 - bit 0 OIL HTRA DO Channel 22
CPB2 MUX Channel 118 CPA2 MUX Channel 96 CONDPUMP DO Channel 21
CP B2 DO Channel 117 CP A2 DO Channel 95 CPUMP 2 DO Channel 20
CPUMP 1 DO Channel 19
SCPM BOARD #4 Address = 117 SCPM BOARD #2 Address = 95
pump_def
DI 11 - bit 7
cond_flow
DI 11 - bit 6
- AI Channel 116 - AI Channel 94 elec box DI 11 - bit 5
- AI Channel 115 - AI Channel 93 lock 1 DI 11 - bit 4
CPB1 STA AI Channel 114 CPA1 STA AI Channel 92 lim sw DI 11 - bit 3
CPB1 TMP AI Channel 113 CPA1 TMP AI Channel 91 recl sw DI 11 - bit 2
CPB1 DGT AI Channel 112 CPA1 DGT AI Channel 90 spt sw DI 11 - bit 1
- AI Chan 52-54 CPB1 ECP AI Channel 111 CPA1 ECP AI Channel 89 onoff sw DI 11- bit 0
HD B AO Channel 51 CPB1 OP AI Channel 110 CPA1 OP AI Channel 88 MUX DI
1
Channel 11
HD A AO Channel 50 CPB1 CUR AI Channel 109 CPA1 CUR AI Channel 87 EXT VDC AI Channel 10
fan b3 DO Ch 49 bit-7 CPB1 PUL DO Channel 108 CPA1 PUL DO Channel 86 SP B AI Channel 09
fan b2 DO Ch 49 bit-6 oilpmp b DO 107 - bit 5 oilpmp a DO 85 - bit 5 DP B AI Channel 08
fan b1 DO Ch 49 bit-5 b1 ldr 2 DO 107 - bit 4 a1 ldr 2 DO 85 - bit 4 SP A AI Channel 07
- DO Ch 49 bit-4 b1 ldr 1 DO 107 - bit 3 a1 ldr 1 DO 85 - bit 3 DP A AI Channel 06
fan a3 DO Ch 49 bit-3 cpb1 ols DO 107 - bit 2 cpa1 ols DO 85 - bit 2 - AI Channel 05
fan a2 DO Ch 49 bit-2 cpb1 mc2 DO 107 - bit 1 cpa1 mc2 DO 85 - bit 1 OAT AI Channel 04
fan a1 DO Ch 49 bit-1 cpb1 mc1 DO 107 - bit 0 cpa1 mc1 DO 85 - bit 0 CHWSTEMP AI Channel 03
- DO Ch 49 bit-0 CPB1 MUX Channel 107 CPA1 MUX Channel 85 COOL EWT AI Channel 02
MUX FAN1 Channel 49 CP B1 DO Channel 106 CP A1 DO Channel 84 COOL LWT AI Channel 01
AUXILIARY BOARD # 1 Address = 49 SCPM BOARD #3 Address =106 SCPM BOARD #1 Address =84 BASIC BOARDAddress = 1
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PD_P_B AI Channel 69
PD P A AI Channel 68 Channel 27-28: virtual
HR EWT AI Channel 67
HR LWT AI Channel 66
- AO Channel 65
HR WTRVL AO Channel 64
cool htr DO Ch 63 bit-7
cond htr DO Ch 63 bit-6
refb iso DO Ch 63 bit-5 - AI Channel 127 - AI Channel 105
hr val b DO Ch 63 bit-4 - AI Channel 126 - AI Channel 104
pd val b DO Ch 63 bit-3 CPB2 STA AI Channel 125 CPA2 STA AI Channel 103
refa iso DO Ch 63 bit-2 CPB2 TMP AI Channel 124 CPA2 TMP AI Channel 102 MTQ RESB AI Channel 38
hr val a DO Ch 63 bit-1 CPB2 DGT AI Channel 123 CPA2 DGT AI Channel 101 MTQ RESA AI Channel 37
pd val a DO Ch 63 bit-0 CPB2 ECP AI Channel 122 CPA2 ECP AI Channel 100 EXV ST B Channel 33
MUX HRDO Channel 63 CPB2 OP AI Channel 121 CPA2 OP AI Channel 99 EXV ST B Channel 29
CPB2 CUR AI Channel 120 CPA2 CUR AI Channel 98
AUXILIARY BOARD # 3 Address = 63 - DO Channel 119 - DO Channel 97 EXV BOARD#1 Address = 29
- DO 118 - bit 5 - DO 96 - bit 5
- AI Chan 59-62 b2 ldr 2 DO 118 - bit 4 a2 ldr 2 DO 96 - bit 4 SAFE ALM DO Channel 26
AO Channel 58 b2 ldr 1 DO 118 - bit 3 a2 ldr 1 DO 96 - bit 3 ALARM B DO Channel 25
HD B AO Channel 57 cpb2 ols DO 118 - bit 2 cpa2 ols DO 96 - bit 2 ALARM A DO Channel 24
fan b7 DO Ch 56 bit-7 cpb2 mc2 DO 118 - bit 1 cpa2 mc2 DO 96 - bit 1 OIL HTRB DO Channel 23
fan b6 DO Ch 56 bit-6 cpb2 mc1 DO 118 - bit 0 cpa2 mc1 DO 96 - bit 0 OIL HTRA DO Channel 22
fan b5 DO Ch 56 bit-5 CPB2 MUX Channel 118 CPA2 MUX Channel 96 CONDPUMP DO Channel 21
fan b4 DO Ch 56 bit-4 CP B2 DO Channel 117 CP A2 DO Channel 95 CPUMP 2 DO Channel 20
fan b3 DO Ch 56 bit-3 CPUMP 1 DO Channel 19
fan b2 DO Ch 56 bit-2 SCPM BOARD #4 Address = 117 SCPM BOARD #2 Address = 95
pump_def
DI 11 - bit 7
fan b1 DO Ch 56 bit-1
cond_flow
DI 11 - bit 6
- DO Ch 56 bit-0 - AI Channel 116 - AI Channel 94 elec box DI 11 - bit 5
MUX FAN1 Channel 56 - AI Channel 115 - AI Channel 93 lock 1 DI 11 - bit 4
CPB1 STA AI Channel 114 CPA1 STA AI Channel 92 lim sw DI 11 - bit 3
AUXILIARY BOARD # 2 Address = 56 CPB1 TMP AI Channel 113 CPA1 TMP AI Channel 91 recl sw DI 11 - bit 2
CPB1 DGT AI Channel 112 CPA1 DGT AI Channel 90 spt sw DI 11 - bit 1
- AI Chan 52-54 CPB1 ECP AI Channel 111 CPA1 ECP AI Channel 89 onoff sw DI 11- bit 0
AO Channel 51 CPB1 OP AI Channel 110 CPA1 OP AI Channel 88 MUX DI
1
Channel 11
HD A AO Channel 50 CPB1 CUR AI Channel 109 CPA1 CUR AI Channel 87 EXT VDC AI Channel 10
fan a7 DO Ch 49 bit-7 CPB1 PUL DO Channel 108 CPA1 PUL DO Channel 86 SP B AI Channel 09
fan a6 DO Ch 49 bit-6 oilpmp b DO 107 - bit 5 oilpmp a DO 85 - bit 5 DP B AI Channel 08
fan a5 DO Ch 49 bit-5 b1 ldr 2 DO 107 - bit 4 a1 ldr 2 DO 85 - bit 4 SP A AI Channel 07
fan a4 DO Ch 49 bit-4 b1 ldr 1 DO 107 - bit 3 a1 ldr 1 DO 85 - bit 3 DP A AI Channel 06
fan a3 DO Ch 49 bit-3 cpb1 ols DO 107 - bit 2 cpa1 ols DO 85 - bit 2 - AI Channel 05
fan a2 DO Ch 49 bit-2 cpb1 mc2 DO 107 - bit 1 cpa1 mc2 DO 85 - bit 1 OAT AI Channel 04
fan a1 DO Ch 49 bit-1 cpb1 mc1 DO 107 - bit 0 cpa1 mc1 DO 85 - bit 0 CHWSTEMP AI Channel 03
f- DO Ch 49 bit-0 CPB1 MUX Channel 107 CPA1 MUX Channel 85 COOL EWT AI Channel 02
MUX FAN1 Channel 49 CP B1 DO Channel 106 CP A1 DO Channel 84 COOL LWT AI Channel 01
AUXILIARY BOARD # 1 Address = 49 SCPM BOARD #3 Address =106 SCPM BOARD #1 Address =84 BASIC BOARDAddress = 1
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SCHEME 13 : Air Cooled Chillers >2 separate fan stages, 2 to 4 Compressors, Cooler heater = NO, Reclaim option = no,
No Aux Board
fan b4 43 - bit 3 Channel 80 - 83 : free HD B AO Channel 52
fan b3 43 - bit 2 Channel 27-28: virtual HD A AO Channel 51
fan b2 43 - bit 1 Channel 26 : DO unused HR EWT AI Channel 50
fan b1 43 - bit 0 HR LWT AI Channel 49
MUX FAN2 Channel 43 AI Channel 48
AI Channel 47
4xDO BOARD #2
Address = 43
- AI Channel 127 - AI Channel 105
- AI Channel 126 - AI Channel 104 4xAI - 2xAO BOARD
Address = 47
fan a4 39 - bit 3 CPB2 STA AI Channel 125 CPA2 STA AI Channel 103
fan a3 39 - bit 2 CPB2 TMP AI Channel 124 CPA2 TMP AI Channel 102 MTQ RESB AI Channel 38
fan a2 39 - bit 1 CPB2 DGT AI Channel 123 CPA2 DGT AI Channel 101 MTQ RESA AI Channel 37
fan a1 39 - bit 0 CPB2 ECP AI Channel 122 CPA2 ECP AI Channel 100 EXV ST B Channel 33
MUX FAN1 Channel 39 CPB2 OP AI Channel 121 CPA2 OP AI Channel 99 EXV ST A Channel 29
CPB2 CUR AI Channel 120 CPA2 CUR AI Channel 98
- DO Channel 119 - DO Channel 97
4xDO BOARD #1
Address = 39
- DO 118 - bit 5 - DO 96 - bit 5 EXV BOARD
Address = 29
b2 ldr 2 DO 118 - bit 4 a2 ldr 2 DO 96 - bit 4
b2 ldr 1 DO 118 - bit 3 a2 ldr 1 DO 96 - bit 3 unused DO Ch 26-28
cpb2 ols DO 118 - bit 2 cpa2 ols DO 96 - bit 2 ALARM B DO Channel 25
cpb2 mc2 DO 118 - bit 1 cpa2 mc2 DO 96 - bit 1 ALARM A DO Channel 24
cpb2 mc1 DO 118 - bit 0 cpa2 mc1 DO 96 - bit 0 OIL HTRB DO Channel 23
CPB2 MUX Channel 118 CPA2 MUX Channel 96 OIL HTRA DO Channel 22
CP B2 DO Channel 117 CP A2 DO Channel 95 DO Channel 21
CPUMP 2 DO Channel 20
CPUMP 1 DO Channel 19
SCPM BOARD #4
Address = 117
SCPM BOARD #2
Address = 95
pump_def
DI 11 - bit 7
cond_flow
DI 11 - bit 6
- AI Channel 116 - AI Channel 94 elec box DI 11 - bit 5
- AI Channel 115 - AI Channel 93 lock 1 DI 11 - bit 4
CPB1 STA AI Channel 114 CPA1 STA AI Channel 92 lim sw DI 11 - bit 3
CPB1 TMP AI Channel 113 CPA1 TMP AI Channel 91 recl sw DI 11 - bit 2
CPB1 DGT AI Channel 112 CPA1 DGT AI Channel 90 spt sw DI 11 - bit 1
CPB1 ECP AI Channel 111 CPA1 ECP AI Channel 89 onoff sw DI 11- bit 0
CPB1 OP AI Channel 110 CPA1 OP AI Channel 88 MUX DI
1
Channel 11
CPB1 CUR AI Channel 109 CPA1 CUR AI Channel 87 EXT VDC AI Channel 10
CPB1 PUL DO Channel 108 CPA1 PUL DO Channel 86 SP B AI Channel 09
oilpmp b DO 107 - bit 5 oilpmp a DO 85 - bit 5 DP B AI Channel 08
b1 ldr 2 DO 107 - bit 4 a1 ldr 2 DO 85 - bit 4 SP A AI Channel 07
b1 ldr 1 DO 107 - bit 3 a1 ldr 1 DO 85 - bit 3 DP A AI Channel 06
cpb1 ols DO 107 - bit 2 cpa1 ols DO 85 - bit 2 - AI Channel 05
cpb1 mc2 DO 107 - bit 1 cpa1 mc2 DO 85 - bit 1 OAT AI Channel 04
cpb1 mc1 DO 107 - bit 0 cpa1 mc1 DO 85 - bit 0 CHWSTEMP AI Channel 03
CPB1 MUX Channel 107 CPA1 MUX Channel 85 COOL EWT AI Channel 02
CP B1 DO Channel 106 CP A1 DO Channel 84 COOL LWT AI Channel 01
SCPM BOARD #3
Address =106
SCPM BOARD #1
Address =84
BASIC BOARD
Address = 1
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SCHEME 14 : Air Cooled Chillers < 3 separate fan stages 2 to 4 Compressors, Cooler heater = YES or Reclaim option
= YES, No Aux Board
Channel 80 - 83 : free HD B AO Channel 52
Channel 27-28: virtual HD A AO Channel 51
Channel 26 : DO unused - AI Channel 50
- AI Channel 49
AI Channel 48
AI Channel 47
- AI Channel 127 - AI Channel 105
- AI Channel 126 - AI Channel 104 4xAI - 2xAO BOARD
Address = 47
fan b2 39 - bit 3 CPB2 STA AI Channel 125 CPA2 STA AI Channel 103
fan b1 39 - bit 2 CPB2 TMP AI Channel 124 CPA2 TMP AI Channel 102 MTQ RESB AI Channel 38
fan a2 39 - bit 1 CPB2 DGT AI Channel 123 CPA2 DGT AI Channel 101 MTQ RESA AI Channel 37
fan a1 39 - bit 0 CPB2 ECP AI Channel 122 CPA2 ECP AI Channel 100 EXV ST B Channel 33
MUX FAN1 Channel 39 CPB2 OP AI Channel 121 CPA2 OP AI Channel 99 EXV ST A Channel 29
CPB2 CUR AI Channel 120 CPA2 CUR AI Channel 98
- DO Channel 119 - DO Channel 97
4xDO BOARD #1
Address = 39
- DO 118 - bit 5 - DO 96 - bit 5 EXV BOARD
Address = 29
b2 ldr 2 DO 118 - bit 4 a2 ldr 2 DO 96 - bit 4
virtual-unused DO Ch 78- 79 b2 ldr 1 DO 118 - bit 3 a2 ldr 1 DO 96 - bit 3 unused DO Ch 26-28
refb iso DO 68 bit 9 cpb2 ols DO 118 - bit 2 cpa2 ols DO 96 - bit 2 ALARM B DO Channel 25
refa iso DO 68 bit 8 cpb2 mc2 DO 118 - bit 1 cpa2 mc2 DO 96 - bit 1 ALARM A DO Channel 24
cool htr DO 68 bit 7 cpb2 mc1 DO 118 - bit 0 cpa2 mc1 DO 96 - bit 0 OIL HTRB DO Channel 23
- DO 68 bit 6 CPB2 MUX Channel 118 CPA2 MUX Channel 96 OIL HTRA DO Channel 22
pd val b DO 68 bit 5 CP B2 DO Channel 117 CP A2 DO Channel 95 HPUMP DO Channel 21
pd val a DO 68 bit 4 CPUMP 2 DO Channel 20
cond htr DO 68 bit 3 CPUMP 1 DO Channel 19
- DO 68 bit 2 SCPM BOARD #4
Address = 117
SCPM BOARD #2
Address = 95
pump_def
DI 11 - bit 7
hr val b DO 68 bit 1
cond_flow
DI 11 - bit 6
hr val a DO 68 bit 0 - AI Channel 116 - AI Channel 94 elec box DI 11 - bit 5
MUX NRCP MUX Channel 68 - AI Channel 115 - AI Channel 93 lock 1 DI 11 - bit 4
- DI Channel 67 CPB1 STA AI Channel 114 CPA1 STA AI Channel 92 lim sw DI 11 - bit 3
- DI Channel 66 CPB1 TMP AI Channel 113 CPA1 TMP AI Channel 91 recl sw DI 11 - bit 2
- DI Channel 65 CPB1 DGT AI Channel 112 CPA1 DGT AI Channel 90 spt sw DI 11 - bit 1
- DI Channel 64 CPB1 ECP AI Channel 111 CPA1 ECP AI Channel 89 onoff sw DI 11- bit 0
- DI Channel 63 CPB1 OP AI Channel 110 CPA1 OP AI Channel 88 MUX DI
1
Channel 11
- DI Channel 62 CPB1 CUR AI Channel 109 CPA1 CUR AI Channel 87 EXT VDC AI Channel 10
- DI Channel 61 CPB1 PUL DO Channel 108 CPA1 PUL DO Channel 86 SP B AI Channel 09
- DI Channel 60 oilpmp b DO 107 - bit 5 oilpmp a DO 85 - bit 5 DP B AI Channel 08
HR WTRVL AO Channel 59 b1 ldr 2 DO 107 - bit 4 a1 ldr 2 DO 85 - bit 4 SP A AI Channel 07
PD P B AI Channel 58 b1 ldr 1 DO 107 - bit 3 a1 ldr 1 DO 85 - bit 3 DP A AI Channel 06
PD P A AI Channel 57 cpb1 ols DO 107 - bit 2 cpa1 ols DO 85 - bit 2 - AI Channel 05
- AI Channel 56 cpb1 mc2 DO 107 - bit 1 cpa1 mc2 DO 85 - bit 1 OAT AI Channel 04
- AI Channel 55 cpb1 mc1 DO 107 - bit 0 cpa1 mc1 DO 85 - bit 0 CHWSTEMP AI Channel 03
HR EWT AI Channel 54 CPB1 MUX Channel 107 CPA1 MUX Channel 85 COOL EWT AI Channel 02
HR LWT AI Channel 53 CP B1 DO Channel 106 CP A1 DO Channel 84 COOL LWT AI Channel 01
NRCP BASIC BOARD
Address = 53
SCPM BOARD #3
Address =106
SCPM BOARD #1
Address =84
BASIC BOARD
Address = 1
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SCHEME 15 : Air Cooled Chillers > 2 separate fan stages 2 to 4 Compressors, Cooler heater = YES or Reclaim option
= YES, No Aux Board
fan b4 43 - bit 3 Channel 80 - 83 : free HD B AO Channel 52
fan b3 43 - bit 2 Channel 27-28: virtual HD A AO Channel 51
fan b2 43 - bit 1 Channel 26 : DO unused - AI Channel 50
fan b1 43 - bit 0 - AI Channel 49
MUX FAN2 Channel 43 AI Channel 48
AI Channel 47
4xDO BOARD #2
Address = 43
- AI Channel 127 - AI Channel 105
- AI Channel 126 - AI Channel 104 4xAI - 2xAO BOARD
Address = 47
fan a4 39 - bit 3 CPB2 STA AI Channel 125 CPA2 STA AI Channel 103
fan a3 39 - bit 2 CPB2 TMP AI Channel 124 CPA2 TMP AI Channel 102 MTQ RESB AI Channel 38
fan a2 39 - bit 1 CPB2 DGT AI Channel 123 CPA2 DGT AI Channel 101 MTQ RESA AI Channel 37
fan a1 39 - bit 0 CPB2 ECP AI Channel 122 CPA2 ECP AI Channel 100 EXV ST B Channel 33
MUX FAN1 Channel 39 CPB2 OP AI Channel 121 CPA2 OP AI Channel 99 EXV ST A Channel 29
CPB2 CUR AI Channel 120 CPA2 CUR AI Channel 98
- DO Channel 119 - DO Channel 97
4xDO BOARD #1
Address = 39
- DO 118 - bit 5 - DO 96 - bit 5 EXV BOARD
Address = 29
b2 ldr 2 DO 118 - bit 4 a2 ldr 2 DO 96 - bit 4
virtual-unused DO Ch 78- 79 b2 ldr 1 DO 118 - bit 3 a2 ldr 1 DO 96 - bit 3 unused DO Ch 26-28
refb iso DO 68 bit 9 cpb2 ols DO 118 - bit 2 cpa2 ols DO 96 - bit 2 ALARM B DO Channel 25
refa iso DO 68 bit 8 cpb2 mc2 DO 118 - bit 1 cpa2 mc2 DO 96 - bit 1 ALARM A DO Channel 24
cool htr DO 68 bit 7 cpb2 mc1 DO 118 - bit 0 cpa2 mc1 DO 96 - bit 0 OIL HTRB DO Channel 23
- DO 68 bit 6 CPB2 MUX Channel 118 CPA2 MUX Channel 96 OIL HTRA DO Channel 22
pd val b DO 68 bit 5 CP B2 DO Channel 117 CP A2 DO Channel 95 CONDPUMP DO Channel 21
pd val a DO 68 bit 4 CPUMP 2 DO Channel 20
cond htr DO 68 bit 3 CPUMP 1 DO Channel 19
- DO 68 bit 2 SCPM BOARD #4
Address = 117
SCPM BOARD #2
Address = 95
pump_def
DI 11 - bit 7
hr val b DO 68 bit 1
cond_flow
DI 11 - bit 6
hr val a DO 68 bit 0 - AI Channel 116 - AI Channel 94 elec box DI 11 - bit 5
MUX NRCP MUX Channel 68 - AI Channel 115 - AI Channel 93 lock 1 DI 11 - bit 4
- DI Channel 67 CPB1 STA AI Channel 114 CPA1 STA AI Channel 92 lim sw DI 11 - bit 3
- DI Channel 66 CPB1 TMP AI Channel 113 CPA1 TMP AI Channel 91 recl sw DI 11 - bit 2
- DI Channel 65 CPB1 DGT AI Channel 112 CPA1 DGT AI Channel 90 spt sw DI 11 - bit 1
- DI Channel 64 CPB1 ECP AI Channel 111 CPA1 ECP AI Channel 89 onoff sw DI 11- bit 0
- DI Channel 63 CPB1 OP AI Channel 110 CPA1 OP AI Channel 88 MUX DI
1
Channel 11
- DI Channel 62 CPB1 CUR AI Channel 109 CPA1 CUR AI Channel 87 EXT VDC AI Channel 10
- DI Channel 61 CPB1 PUL DO Channel 108 CPA1 PUL DO Channel 86 SP B AI Channel 09
- DI Channel 60 oilpmp b DO 107 - bit 5 oilpmp a DO 85 - bit 5 DP B AI Channel 08
HR WTRVL AO Channel 59 b1 ldr 2 DO 107 - bit 4 a1 ldr 2 DO 85 - bit 4 SP A AI Channel 07
PD P B AI Channel 58 b1 ldr 1 DO 107 - bit 3 a1 ldr 1 DO 85 - bit 3 DP A AI Channel 06
PD P A AI Channel 57 cpb1 ols DO 107 - bit 2 cpa1 ols DO 85 - bit 2 - AI Channel 05
- AI Channel 56 cpb1 mc2 DO 107 - bit 1 cpa1 mc2 DO 85 - bit 1 OAT AI Channel 04
- AI Channel 55 cpb1 mc1 DO 107 - bit 0 cpa1 mc1 DO 85 - bit 0 CHWSTEMP AI Channel 03
HR EWT AI Channel 54 CPB1 MUX Channel 107 CPA1 MUX Channel 85 COOL EWT AI Channel 02
HR LWT AI Channel 53 CP B1 DO Channel 106 CP A1 DO Channel 84 COOL LWT AI Channel 01
NRCP BASIC BOARD
Address = 53
SCPM BOARD #3
Address =106
SCPM BOARD #1
Address =84
BASIC BOARD
Address = 1
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Default = 0, no parity and 1 stop bit X JBUS parity and stop bit R/W 114 [72h]
Default = 1 X JBUS address R/W 113 [71h]
Default = 9600 X JBUS baud rate R/W 112 [70h]
X Demand Limit Value R/W 109 [h6D]
Write value must be multiplied by 10 X Control Point R/W 108 [h6C]
0 = Off 1 = On X Chiller Start/Stop *** R/W 107 [6Bh]
Write value must be multiplied by 10 X Heating Setpoint R/W 99 [h62]
Write value must be multiplied by 10 X Cooling Setpoint 2 R/W 98 [h62]
Write value must be multiplied by 10 X Cooling Setpoint 1 R/W 97 [h61]
X JBUS alarm code R 66 [h42]
2 = CCN communication failure X Gateway current alarm code R 61 [h3D]
X Active alarm 5* R 45 [h2D]
X Active alarm 4* R 44 [h2C]
X Active alarm 3* R 43 [h2B]
X Active alarm 2* R 42 [h2A]
Provide the code of up to 5 active alarms. These
are stored in arrival order.
Alarms read from CCN/JBUS are alarm index but
not alarms codes as follows
from iom, alarm codes 101 to 117 , index = 88
(code 101) to 104 ( code 117)
from iom, alarm codes 201 to 217 , index = 105
(code 201) to 121 (code 217)
- - - - - - - -
from iom, alarm codes 401 to 417 , index = 139
(code 401) to 155 (code 417)
X Active alarm 1* R 41 [h29]
X Total Number of active alarms R 40 [h28]
X R ---
X Compressor B2 Hours R 16 [h10]
X Compressor B1 Hours R 15 [h0F]
X Compressor A2 Hours R 14 [h0E]
X Compressor A1 Hours R 13 [h0D]
X Machine Operating Hours R 12 [h0C]
X Condenser Pump status R 11 [h0B]
X Cooler Pump # 1 status R 10 [h0A]
0 = cool, 1 = heat X Heat Cool Select R 9 [h09]
0 = Normal, 16 = Partial, 25 = Shutdown X Alarm State R 8 [h08]
0 = Off, 1 = On, 6=delay, 24=running X Chiller State R 7 [h07]
X Demand Limit R 6 [h06]
X Unit Percent Active Capacity R 5 [h05]
Read value must be divided by 10 X Control Point R 4 [h04]
Read value must be divided by 10 X Circuit B Discharge Pressure R 3 [h03]
Read value must be divided by 10 X Circuit A Discharge Pressure R 2 [h02]
Read value must be divided by 10 X Leaving Fluid Temperature R 1 [h01]
Read value must be divided by 10 X Entering Fluid Temperature R 0 [h00]
FLOAT INT
REMARK** TYPE** CONTENT JBUS
ACCESS
REGISTER
ADDRESS
APPENDIX E- JBUS MEMORY MAPPING - 30GX&HX V2.X DEFAULT CONFIGURATION
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NETWORK

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PRO-DIALOG 30DQ
PRO-DIALOG 30GX & HX
REPEATER
REPEATER
CCN/JBUS
DATAPORT I
DATAPORT II
PRO-DIALOG 30GH
FLOTRONIC II
FLOTRONIC I
FSM
FLOTRONIC I
3200 MP
19XL
AUTODIAL
AUTODIAL
GATEWAY
GATEWAY
MODEM
MODEM
BUILDING
BUILDING
SUPERVISOR
SUPERVISOR
NETWORK
SERVICE
TOOL
PRIMARY CCN BUS
GW
WSM
39 L
CSM
GW
GW
TSM
39 L
39 L
DATA COLLECTION
NDS BRIDGE
DATA TRANSFERT
TSM SECONDARY BUS
SECONDARY
BUS
AIR TERMINAL
AIR TERMINAL
35
37
GATEWAY
J-BUS/RS-485
TO
TO
TO
BMS
BMS
BMS
LOCAL BUILDING SUPERVISOR
REMOTE BUILDING SUPERVISOR
SAM
RS-485
ASCII/RS-232
ASCII/RS-232
S
E
R
V
IC
E
W
IN
D
O
W
2
APPENDIX F SAM SCREEN FOR 30GX&HX PRO-DIALOG PLUS
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!
ON - COOLING 05-20-94 15:00
NORMAL 255 hours
ENTERING LEAVING OUTDOOR
12.5 6.7 12
CAPACITY HEATCOOL PUMP
50 0 0
CTRL PNT CTRL WT LIMIT
6.0 6.7 100
CCN LOCAL REMOTE MENU
LOCAL
CARRI ER
CONFORT
NETWORK

OFF
OFF - COOLER HEATER ACTIVE
READY TO START IN XX MIN
ON - COOLING
ON - COOL-RECLAIM
ON - COOL-RESET ACTIVE
ON - COOL- RECL-RESET
ON - HEATING
ON - HEAT - RESET ACTIVE
ON - MASTER AND LEAD UNIT
ON - MASTER AND LAG UNIT
ON - SLAVE AND LEAD UNIT
ON - SLAVE AND LAG UNIT
ON - UNDER SM CONTROL
NORMAL
PARTIAL: ALARM XX
SHUTDOWN: ALARM XX