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xxx/ALG
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Contents
1 Overview....................................................................................................... 6
1.1 Properties...................................................................................................... 6
1.2 Peripheral components................................................................................. 7
1.3 Safety............................................................................................................ 8
1.3.1 Requirements regarding personnel for installation and start-up ................... 8
1.3.2 Safety regulations ......................................................................................... 8
1.4 Packing, transport and storage..................................................................... 9
1.5 Maintenance and service.............................................................................. 9
1.6 Environmental protection and waste management....................................... 9
1.7 Abbreviations .............................................................................................. 10
2 Installation, Connection............................................................................... 11
2.1 Installation procedure.................................................................................. 11
2.1.1 Process unit ................................................................................................ 11
2.1.2 HMI (Operating unit) ................................................................................... 11
2.2 Connection instruction ................................................................................ 12
2.2.1 Terminal blocks........................................................................................... 12
2.2.2 Connection instruction ................................................................................ 13
2.3 Action in the event of a fault........................................................................ 14
3 Operation .................................................................................................... 15
3.1 Operation ACX84.910/ALG......................................................................... 15
3.2 Menu system............................................................................................... 16
3.2.1 Levels.......................................................................................................... 16
3.2.2 Password.................................................................................................... 16
3.2.3 Menus ......................................................................................................... 16
3.2.4 Overview menu tree.................................................................................... 17
3.2.5 Navigate...................................................................................................... 18
3.3 Start/stop button (service switch)................................................................ 19
3.4 Alarm button................................................................................................ 19
3.5 Alarm management..................................................................................... 20
3.5.1 Alarm guide................................................................................................. 20
4 Description of the operating level................................................................ 22
4.1 Date/time..................................................................................................... 22
4.2 Time switch program (Scheduler) ............................................................... 22
4.2.1 Day program............................................................................................... 22
4.2.2 Week program............................................................................................ 23
4.2.3 Year program.............................................................................................. 23
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4.2.4 Example Time switch program....................................................................25
4.2.5 Override time switch program.....................................................................26
4.2.6 Current scheduler........................................................................................26
4.3 Setpoints .....................................................................................................27
4.3.1 Temperature control ....................................................................................27
4.3.2 Min/Max supply air temperature for cascade control...................................27
4.3.3 Fan speed ...................................................................................................28
4.4 Operation status..........................................................................................29
4.4.1 Digital inputs................................................................................................29
4.4.2 Measurement values...................................................................................30
4.4.3 Outputs, digital ............................................................................................30
4.4.4 Control outputs............................................................................................30
4.4.5 Operationcounter ........................................................................................31
4.4.6 Test smoke damper ....................................................................................32
4.4.7 Efficiency rating...........................................................................................32
4.5 Alarm history ...............................................................................................33
4.6 Password ....................................................................................................33
4.7 Application information................................................................................33
5 Description of configuration level ................................................................34
5.1 Functions, Configuration .............................................................................34
5.1.1 Application...................................................................................................34
5.1.2 Configuration of temperature control (Control mode)..................................34
5.1.3 Type of cooling, heat recovery and heating ................................................35
5.1.4 Selection of fan control................................................................................36
5.1.5 Selection of Multi-function input 1 ...............................................................37
5.1.6 Selection of AUX alarm 1 and 2..................................................................38
5.1.7 Selection of emergency stop or fire alarm...................................................38
5.1.8 Damper functionality ...................................................................................38
5.1.9 Selection of sensor......................................................................................39
5.1.10 Save configuration ......................................................................................39
5.2 Sensors .......................................................................................................39
5.2.1 Calibration of measurement values.............................................................39
5.3 Alarm settings .............................................................................................40
5.3.1 Temperature alarm......................................................................................41
5.3.2 Operationcounter ........................................................................................41
5.3.3 Setting contact function for alarm inputs .....................................................42
5.3.4 Alarm delay .................................................................................................42
5.3.5 Alarm class..................................................................................................42
5.3.6 Alarm output ................................................................................................42
5.3.7 HRC efficiency alarm ..................................................................................42

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5.4 Regulator settings (Controllers) .................................................................. 43
5.4.1 Controllers................................................................................................... 43
5.5 Control parameters ..................................................................................... 44
5.5.1 Cooling........................................................................................................ 44
5.5.2 Heat recovery.............................................................................................. 44
5.5.3 Heating........................................................................................................ 46
5.5.4 External setpoint ......................................................................................... 47
5.5.5 Summer Winter compensation.................................................................... 48
5.5.6 Cascade control .......................................................................................... 49
5.6 Parameters ................................................................................................. 50
5.6.1 Fan.............................................................................................................. 50
5.6.2 Fan compensation ...................................................................................... 51
5.6.3 Pumps......................................................................................................... 52
5.6.4 Control inputs.............................................................................................. 52
5.6.5 Unoccupied................................................................................................. 53
5.6.6 Night purging............................................................................................... 54
5.6.7 Test smoke damper .................................................................................... 56
5.6.8 Start-up ....................................................................................................... 56
6 Description of system settings .................................................................... 57
6.1 Selection of language ................................................................................. 57
6.2 Communication........................................................................................... 57
6.2.1 LON Configuration...................................................................................... 57
6.2.2 Modbus Configuration................................................................................. 57
6.3 Day light saving........................................................................................... 58
6.4 Diagnose..................................................................................................... 59
6.5 HMI Parameter............................................................................................ 60
7 Communication options .............................................................................. 62
7.1 KNX............................................................................................................. 62
7.2 LON............................................................................................................. 62
7.3 Modbus ....................................................................................................... 62
8 Parameter list.............................................................................................. 63
8.1 Overview of operating level......................................................................... 63
8.2 Overview of configuration level ................................................................... 66


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1 Overview
1.1 Properties

The application is prepared to handle several variants, with various function set-ups
depending on variant. Only one variant is available in this version.

Macro 1 Air handling unit with separate starting of supply and exhaust air fans,
separate analog outputs for frequency controller. Three control sequences.

Three types of control
Cascade control of room/supply air temperature or exhaust/supply air temperature,
with limits for supply air temperature
Control of supply air temperature
Cascade control during summer and supply air control during winter
Cascade control with fixed or sliding limits for supply air temperature (differential
temperature control)
Min. and max. limits for supply air temperature
Summer/Winter compensation of temperature setpoint
External temperature setpoint (0-10V or Ni1000)
Unoccupied mode (night mode) for heating and/or cooling
Night ventilation function (Night purge)
Frosting protection for heat recovery unit (HRC)
Load dependent ventilation
Frost protection function
Adjustable P, PI, PD or PID control functions
Electrical or water heater
Cooling, continuous or one-/two-stage or three-stage (binary) switching (DX cooling)
HRC, rotary heat exchanger, continuous or on/off, plate heat exchanger, glycol circuit
or return air damper
Cooling recovery
Pre-heating function for water-heated air heater
Speed reduction of fans when plant needs heat
Speed increase of fans when plant needs cooling

Time scheduler comprising day program with four switching times, week program
with six exception times and year program with ten exception times
Choice of direct-driven or frequency-controlled fans with fixed speed
Single- or 2-speed fans via frequency converters
Enabling of electric heating; fan overrun
Fire function for the fans. Operation both fans. Stop of both fans. Stop of either the
extract or supply air fan, with the other fan going to max.speed
Anti-seizing of smoke and fire damper
Start/stop of the pump according to load, outside temp and motion operation
Switching of damper or heat recovery to max. economy (cooling recovery)
Adjustable start-up of return air operation for return air damper
Controlling the regulator via external switch or push-button (Timer)
Emergency stop
Combined alarm with one contact output (priority A and/or B)
Limitation of minimum outside air volume at return air damper
Outside temperature-dependent blocking of fan speed II
Outside temperature-dependent blocking of cooling signal
Max. limitation of controlsignal for cooling at low speed.
Max. limitation of control signal for electric heating at different fan stages
General
Control functions
Operation functions

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Operating unit (HMI) with 8-row display with 20 characters/row
Roomunit with temperature sensor, setpoint and operation mode control
Temperature sensor, open-circuit and deviation
AUX temperature (only measuring)
Fire or smoke alarm input
Frost protection in the air heaters water circuit
Electric air heater, overload or overheating
HRC, rotation guard, pressure switch or defrosting function
Efficiency measuring for HRC
Cooling (Pump, Refrigerating machine)
Circulation pump, overload
Fans, overload and flow guard
Two optional alarm inputs AUX (e.g. filter monitoring, flow monitoring)
Communication with a Building Management System (BMS)

1.2 Peripheral components

All peripheral components that will be connected to the controller must be adapted to
the controller in- and outputs.

Passive temperature sensors with LG-Ni1000 resistance
Remote setting unit with 0-10VDC or Ni1000 resistance
Siemens QAA26 for Ni1000 5-30C, Siemens QAA27 for Ni1000 +-3K
Actuators for 0-10VDC
Smokedamper with both closed and open indication
Fault signal contact, Normally open or Normally closed
Roomunit with temperature sensor, setpoint and operation mode control
Siemens QAA88.3 (via PPS2)
Transformer 24VAC
Monitoring functions
Yttre komponenter

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1.3 Safety

All equipment that is connected to the system must be CE marked and comply with the
Machine Safety Directive.
1.3.1 Requirements regarding personnel for installation and
start-up

Installation and start-up of ACX36.xxx/ALG may only be carried out by qualified
personnel who have relevant technical expertise and who are well acquainted with all
the safety and installation regulations.
1.3.2 Safety regulations

The following safety regulations do not relate solely to ACX36.xxx/ALG but also to the
regulators surroundings (e.g. control panel) and the technical plant in the property.

Observe all safety directions and comply with the corresponding general safety
regulations in order to prevent personal injury and damage to property.

Safety devices may not be removed, bypassed or taken out of operation.

Apparatus and system components may only be used in a technically fault-free
state. Faults that can affect safety must be rectified immediately.

Observe the required safety instructions against excessively high contact voltages.

The plant may not be in operation if the standard safety devices are out of
operation or if their effects are influenced in some other way.

All handling that affects the prescribed disconnection of the protective extra-low
voltage (AC 24 V) must be avoided.

Disconnect the supply voltage before opening the apparatus cabinet. Never work
when the power is on!

Avoid electromagnetic and other interference voltages in signal and connection cables.

Assembly and installation of system and plant components may only be performed
in accordance with corresponding installation instructions and instructions for use.

The following equipment must be protected against static charging: electronic
components, open printed circuit boards, freely accessible connectors and
apparatus components that are connected with the internal connection.

In this context, also observe necessary protective measures such as earthing, potential
equalisation, conducting surfaces (avoid highly insulating materials), etc.
Use with other
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1.4 Packing, transport and storage

The required packing of the system for storage and transport is dependent on the
mechanical and climate conditions.

Use the original packaging from Siemens or from the supplier when mechanical and
climate conditions have an impact on transport.

During transport under particularly difficult conditions, a special package must be used.

If the equipment is not to be installed immediately, store it in a well ventilated area,
protected against high temperatures, humidity, dust and metal particles.

For storage and transport, the limit values specified in data sheet CE2Q3226
always apply.
Contact your supplier or Siemens in the event of any uncertainty.
Damage that arises as a result of incorrect packing, storage or transport is not the
responsibility of Siemens.

1.5 Maintenance and service

All that is required to maintain ACX36.xxx/ALG is regular cleaning. System components
that are arranged within the control panel are most easily separated from dust and dirt
in conjunction with the prescribed maintenance checks.

Diagnostics, the rectifying of faults and restarting may only be carried out by authorised
staff. This also applies to work within the control panel (e.g. inspections, replacing
fuses).
In the event of unauthorised interventions, Siemens or IV product cannot undertake to
honour any guarantees. The responsibility for any damage that occurs in the system
and any consequential damage rests with whoever caused the damage.

1.6 Environmental protection and waste management

Process unit ACX36.xxx/ALG has no negative impact on the environment.

The apparatus includes electrical and electronic components and when discarded must
not be handled together with household waste. Current local legislation must always
be taken into consideration!


Packing
Transport
Storage
Cleaning
Faults
Environmental
protection
Waste management
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1.7 Abbreviations

DIL-switch Several small switches built together to form a
component.
E
S
End point of summer compensation
E
W
End point of winter compensation
F
S
Starting point of summer compensation
FU Frequency converter
F
W
Starting point of winter compensation
HMI Human Machine Interface (operating unit)
KP Gain factor (P-effect)
LCD Liquid crystal display
LED Light emitting diode
MEU Switching to max. economy
NC Normally Closed (opening contact)
NO Normally Open (closing contact)
SA Switching interval
SD Switching differential
S
s
Total summer compensation at end point E
s

S
w
Total winter compensation at end point E
w

T
A
Outside temperature
TD Derivation time (D-time)
TN Integral action time (I-time)
T
R
Room or exhaust air temperature
t Time
t
Pmin
Min. operating time circulation pump
w
c
Setpoint of cooling
w
R
Setpoint of room or exhaust air temperature
w
w
Setpoint of Frost protection (alarm limit)
w
z
Setpoint of supply air temperature
Y Continuous control signal
p Pressure difference
w Reference value displacement ventilation
G Supply voltage AC24V, system potential
G0 Supply voltage, system neutral
M Measuring neutral
B Measuring
Z Measuring, multi function input


































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2 Installation, Connection
2.1 Installation procedure
2.1.1 Process unit


ACX36.xxx/ALG is intended for installation in panels and is installed on a DIN-rail.

If voltages higher than AC 29 V (e.g. AC 240 V) are connected to the low-voltage
terminal blocks by mistake, the entire apparatus will be destroyed.


The electrical connection must take place in the following order:
First connect all peripheral equipment and then the supply voltage.
2.1.2 HMI (Operating unit)

When integrating HMI, the following instructions apply:
1. The required hole for integrating
HMI is 135.5 x 87.5 mm.
The units front dimensions are
153.5 x 99.3 mm.
87,5
+0,5
0
1
3
5
,
5
+
0
,
5
0
3
2
2
1
M
0
1



2. Connect the cable and route it to
the rear of the recess.
Screw the unit together.


When integrating HMI, make sure
that the seal is placed securely in
position on the front of the housing.

3
2
2
1
Z
0
1





Technical data regarding HMI can be found in data sheet CE1Q3221en.

STOP
Note
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2.2 Connection instruction
2.2.1 Terminal blocks

3
2
2
6
Z
0
2
IO Function IO-Type Connection
Relay outputs
Q1 Pump / Electric heating Digital Q13, Q14
Q2 Cooling / DX Step 1 Digital Q23, Q24
Q3 Supply air fan Digital Q33, Q34
Q4 Exhaust air fan Digital Q43, Q44
Q5 Damper, Out / Smoke Digital Q53, Q54
Q6 Output A or A+B alarm Digital Q63, Q64
Analog outputs
Y1 Heating 0 - 10 V Y1, M
Y2 Cooling / DX Step 2* 0 - 10 V Y2, M
Digital inputs
D1 Alarm heating Digital D1, M
D2 Alarm AUX 1 Digital D2, M
D3 Alarm AUX 2 / Control input Digital D3, M
D4 Alarm fire / Emergency stop Digital D4, M
D5 Alarm fans Digital D5, M
Universal inputs
X1 Room / Exhaust air temp Ni1000 X1, M
X2 Supply air temp Ni1000 X2, M
X3 Outdoor temp Ni1000 X3, M
X4 Frost temp / External frost unit Ni1000 / Dig X4, M
X5 Multifunction input 1 X5, M
X6 Control signal FC1, Supply air fan 0 - 10 V X6, M
X7 Control signal FC2, Exhaust air fan 0 - 10 V X7, M
X8 Control signal HRC 0 - 10 V X8, M

CP Roomunit PPS2 CP+, CP-
* Via 10VDC voltage relay e.g. Styrelec RB111V-12VDC


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2.2.2 Connection instruction


To connect external components to the process unit, these instructions must be
followed.



Power Supply
G 0
24V AC
10 %
20 VA
230V AC
50/60 Hz
Digital Inputs
1 M
Dx
2 3 M 4
Fast inputs MAX 50 Hz
5 M



Digital Outputs
3 4
Q1x-Q6x
3 4 3 4 3 4
AC 24...230 V, MAX 4A
Analog Outputs
1 M 2
Yx
G 0 Y G 0 Y
G
G0
0-10 V DC



Universal Inputs
1 M
Xx
2 3 M 4 5 M 6 7 M 8
G M B
G
G0
NI1000 0-10V Signal Digital signals



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Connection instruction for indication of smokedampers




Smoke dampers must be connected as the instruction above for correct functionality.



2.3 Action in the event of a fault

In the event of a fault in ACX36.xxx/ALG, the following checks must be carried out:
Power supply 24 V AC
Correct connection of the terminal blocks
Correct connection of the peripheral units
Fault diagnostics with the aid of LEDs on the front of the unit
If the fault cannot be rectified using these measures, the apparatus must be replaced
and returned (via the supplier) to the factory.


See also chapter 3, Alarm guide for a description of the alarm messages and other
faults.

Detailed information, for example with regard to installation and structure of
ACX36.xxx/ALG, can be found in basic documentation SICLIMAT

SAPHIR
(CE2P3226en).

STOP
Note
S2
Closed Open Open Closed
S4
S6
S4
S6
S1
S2
S1
DI3
STxx STxx

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3 Operation
3.1 Operation ACX84.910/ALG




Operating element Function

LCD display
8 rows / 20 chara.
Displays values and settings

Home button
(F1)
Back to the start page, regardless of menu

Return button
(F2)
Skips back one menu / Cancels and entry

Start/Stop button
(F3)
Alternates between automatic/off position
Green indication when the plant is on

Alarm button
(F4)
Displays alarm list and acknowledgement of alarms
Red indication when active alarms

Row selection
buttons
Navigation in the menu and between parameters

Settings buttons Setting value (+ / -) and horizontal movement of the cursor in
the current row


ENTER button Select value to be alter and confirms alteration (setting) of
values and menu choices
Explanation
ENTER
+


~
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C C C
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3.2 Menu system
3.2.1 Levels


Access to data is hierarchically divided between three levels:
Operating level (level 0)
Configuration level (level 1)
Systemparameter level (level 3)

At operating level, the end user can read and alter current plant values, statuses,
reference values and time programs without having to specify a password.
By entering an approved password, access is gained to the configuration level, where it
is possible to read and alter all values that are accessible at both configuration and
operating level.

The parameter names are designations that describe the relevant parameter and that
usually comprise composite abbreviations.
Examples. Actsetp Actual setpoint

The parameter names are followed by values that can be read and altered.
3.2.2 Password

The password function protects against access to data and comprises four digits that
can be altered if necessary.

The predefined password to access the configuration level (level 1) is: 1000
The predefined password to access the systemparameter level (level 3) is: 2000

After accessing the configuration level, the user can alter the password by selecting
Change password under the Password function row. Level 2 and 4 should be used
for user defined passwords to have the predefined password left. The password level
below the level used for entering the system can be changed

If the factory-set password is altered, the predefined password is no longer present. To
reset the password, a higher password is required. Contact the supplier.
3.2.3 Menus

In the parameter overview section and in the description section, a grey-marked row
provides information about the selected menus that lead from the start page to the
parameter names or settings rows.

Depending on the type of configuration, some parameters/menus are not used and
consequently they are not displayed in HMI. The parameters/menus that are listed and
described in this basic documentation retain the same order, however. Some
parameters also have different options depending on the configuration.
Operating level
Configuration level
Systemparameter level
Predefined password
User-defined
password
Note

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3.2.4 Overview menu tree


Operating level
Configuration level
System adjustments

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3.2.5 Navigate

Navigating and setting parameters takes place in the same way in all menus and for all
levels.

Navigate by placing the cursor on a row using the row selection buttons

(6).
This choice is then confirmed with
ENTER
(8).
Select a value with
ENTER
(8) and change the value with the settings buttons
+

-
(7).
Then confirm the choice with
ENTER
(8).
The settings buttons
+

-
(7) are also used to move horizontally between different
parameters.



- A value with a black cursor:
Shows values that can be changed.
- A flashing value with a black dashed cursor:
Shows the cursors position. The value can be altered after confirmation with
ENTER
(8).
The value can then be altered using the settings buttons
+

-
(7).
Confirm with
ENTER
(8).
- A value without a dashed cursor:
The value can only be read.
- Move the cursor horizontally (sideways);
Use the settings buttons
+

-
(7).
+ = to the right / - = to the left

The return button

moves you one menu up, or interrupts an entry.


The Home button

moves you back to the start page.





Enter password and setting for current date and time.

OP information
Menu
Log in

1. Using the row selection buttons (6), move to Log In and confirm with Enter
(8).
No logging in is required for operating level.
Log in
0
***


2. Press Enter (8) again to display the first figure (0).
Specify the first figure for the code with the settings buttons (7) and confirm
with Enter (8).
Specify the remaining three figures in the same way.
When the last figure has been confirmed with Enter, the cursor returns to the
first row on the start page. The same applies when an invalid code word is
entered.

Example.
ENTER
+


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C


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3. Using the row selection buttons (6), move to Menu and confirm with Enter (8).

Sheduler
Setpoints
Operation status
Alarm history

4. Using the row selection buttons (6), select the corresponding menu(s) and
confirm with Enter (8) in order to proceed in the menu tree and display the
parameter names. To set the current date and time, select Time channel.
The name of the most recently selected menu is displayed in brackets with
asterisks (*xyz*) on the top row.

15.09.2001 15:09:21
Daytime scheduler
Weektime scheduler
Yeartime scheduler

5. Select a parameter with the row selection buttons (6) and select with Enter (8),
then alter the value with the settings buttons (7) and confirm with Enter (8)
again.
If the value comprises several parts, as in the example here, you can move to
the next part of the value using the settings buttons (7).

Alter the value as
above and confirm this.
3.3 Start/stop button (service switch)

When the Start/Stop button

O
|
(4) is pressed, the unit stops. The current position is
displayed at the top of the Operating information menu on the row *Service switch:.

OP information
Menu
Log in

* Service switch: Stop
* Opmode: Exhaust
* Fanmode: Exhaust
* Control type: Room

By pressing

O
|
again, the service switch returns to auto, i.e. the unit starts if this is
allowed by the time control program or control input.

If the time scheduler is override by the OP mode switch (see chapter 4) Manu is
displayed.

The green LED indicates when the plant is on.
3.4 Alarm button

In order to get a simple overview of the active alarms, there is an alarm list that displays
the current alarms (max. 15 alarms). A new alarm is indicated by means of a flashing
red LED.
The alarm list is accessed by pressing the alarm button
~
(5) once. Browse through
the list using the row selection buttons (6). Press the button again to acknowledge all
alarms. This also causes the red LED to glow steadily. To reset the alarm after an
alarm has been rectified, press the alarm button once more, which will extinguish the
LED. If any alarms remain, the red LED will continue to lit.
Exit the alarm list using the home button

(2).

ENTER
+


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3.5 Alarm management

In the event of alarms or incorrect operation of HMI, and LED flashes next to the alarm
button on the HMI panel. See the section above for information about how to view the
alarm list and reset alarms, as well as the alarm guide below. Alarms can be configured
as A, B or C alarms where A has the highest priority and C has the lowest. C-alarms
are only shown in the display and not via the combined alarm output

The following differences exist between the two alarm types:
Priority A Priority B
The plant is switched off Disconnection of cooling machine
Other B alarms only alarm indication
Must be acknowledged
manually. The plant is then
switched on again.
The deactivated plant element goes back
into operation when the fault has been
rectified. The fault is no longer indicated
under the alarm menu, but the LCD
continues to flash. The alarm must now also
be acknowledged manually.
Indication under A alarm Indication under B alarm
3.5.1 Alarm guide

Use the alarm button to view the alarm list and to acknowledge and reset alarms.
Below are possible alarm messages and proposed actions/causes.

Read off the alarm on the handheld terminal.
Check the connection on the terminal block.
Check the component from where the alarm originates.
Check the connection to the component.
Check the contact function for the digital alarms in the regulator, compare with
diagrams and components.
Check the parameter setting.


Alarm Cause Action
Temperature sensor
alarm
(Supply, Room/Exhaust,
Outdoor, Frost, Multi-
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Sensor not connected.
Sensor connected in wrong pos.
Open-circuit in measuring circuit.
Short-circuit in measuring circuit.
Incorrect sensor type connected.
Check the sensors connection against wiring diagram.
Check the sensors connection against wiring diagram.
Check for an open-circuit in the sensor cable.
Check for a short-circuit in the sensor cable.
Check that the sensor is type LG-Ni1000.
Waterfrost alarm Water temperature too low.




Alarm from external frost unit.
Incorrect alarm input contact funct.
Return water temperature may not drop below set value.
Check that hot water is reaching the unit.
Check that the circulation pump is in operation.
Check that the heater valve has a signal and is working.
Check that the heater battery is intact and not leaking.
Check the frost unit. Reset if necessary
If the input is configured NC, configure as NO.
Firesmoke alarm Alarm from a smokedetektor or
fire central
Incorrect alarm input contact funct.
Check the smoke detector unit or the fire central

If the input is configured NC, configure as NO.
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Alarm Cause Action
HRC alarm

The drive belt has come off or is
slipping.
The magnet is not directly
opposite the rotation guard.
Incorrect alarm input contact funct.
Check the drive belt to the rotor.

Check the position of the magnet and the rotation guard,
adjust if necessary.
If the input is configured NC, configure as NO.
Pump/Heater alarm The pump dont run.

El.heat is not correctly connected.
Incorrect alarm input contact funct.
Check whether the fuses have tripped. Reset if
necessary. Check that the motion function is activated.
Check the connection against the wiring diagram.
If the input is configured NC, configure as NO.
Cooler alarm The pump/cooling machine dont
run.
Incorrect alarm input contact funct.
Check whether the fuses have tripped. Reset if
necessary.
If the input is configured NC, configure as NO.
Filter alarm (filter
detector)
The filters are dirty.
The filter detector is incorrectly
connected.
Incorrect alarm input contact funct.
Replace the filters!
Check the filter detectors connection against the wiring
diagram and check pressure connectors and alarm limit.
If the input is configured NC, configure as NO.
Flow alarm The fans dont run.

The pressure hoses are
incorrectly connected.

Alarm limit incorrectly set.
Incorrect alarm input contact funct.
Check whether the fuses have tripped. Reset if
necessary.
Check that all the connections are securely in place, and
that there are no kinks in the hoses.
Check that hoses are connected to the correct terminal.
Check the alarm limit.
If the input is configured NC, configure as NO.
Fan alarm

The fans dont run.

Alarm from a frequency converter

Incorrect alarm input contact funct.
Check whether the automatic fuses have tripped. Reset
if necessary.
Check the FC. Reset if necessary. In some cases the
power to the FC must be switched off and on again.
If the input is configured NC, configure as NO.
Override unit alarm An output is being overridden in
manual mode.
The service switch are in Stop.
Set the relevant output to auto.
Alarm run counter The units operating time has
exceeded the set alarm limit.
Reset the operating time counter or raise the alarm limit
for the operating time.
Efficiency alarm
(Low efficiency)
Eff. rating measuring activated.

Multifunction is incorrectly set.
Sensor incorrectly positioned.
Alarm limit set too high.
Deactivate the efficiency rating measuring in the
regulator.
Change function of the Multifunction input.
Change the position or function of the multifunction.
Adjust the alarm limit setting.
HRC press alarm Pressure over heat exchanger too
high.
Check that heat exchanger is operating at min. speed
and that it is defrosting.
Check the pressure switchs connection and setting.
HRC frost alarm Temperature too low.
Alarm limit set too high.
Sensor incorrectly positioned.
Multifunction is incorrectly set.
Check the defrosting function.
Adjust the alarm limit setting.
Alter the positioning.
Change function of the Multifunction input.
Room unit alarm The room unit is not connected. Check the connection against the wiring diagram.
Smoke damper alarm Dampers are in wrong position.
Wrong connection.
Run a test and check all dampers.
Dampers must be connected as the description in this
manual.
Error! No in sequence
occurred, while writing
to datapoint
Time schedulers must be
performed in chronological order.
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Password for level 1 is required to change some of the parameters.
4.1 Date/time

Menu / Scheduler
Display and setting of current date (dd.mm.yyyy) and time (hh.mm.ss).
4.2 Time switch program (Scheduler)

ACX36.xxx/ALG is equipped with a time switch program with four independent
switching times per day that apply to all days (day program), six possible exceptions
from the day program per week (week program) and ten possible exceptions from both
the day and the week program per year (year program). In order to execute switching,
the row must be activated. Dont forget to deactivate the times that are not used.

The time entries must be in chronological order.
Depending on configuration, Stage 2 is available as an option.


Fan speed Operating
program
Off Off
Low speed/On St1
High speed St2


4.2.1 Day program

Menu / Scheduler / Daytimescheduler
The day program can handle four independent switching times per day. Time and fan
speed are set for each switch.

Example of a possible setting of a day program with a 2-speed fan:
Switching
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Switching time Operating
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Activation
T1 08:00 St1 Actv
T2 10:00 St2 Actv
T3 17:00 St1 Actv
T4 20:00 Off Actv

The day program applies to all weekdays, and the times that are used for most days
are set here. On the row Week program, however, six exceptions from the day
program can be entered, such as different times for the weekend.

When making the setting, note that switching (./Actv) may not be activated until after
the values have bee set.
Description
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4.2.2 Week program

Menu / Scheduler / Weektimescheduler
The week program is used for six optional exceptions from the day program. The day
program is active until the starting time for the week program and is reactivated
immediately after the closing time for the week program.


Example of a possible setting of a week program with a 2-speed fan:

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When making the setting, note that switching (./Actv) may not be activated until after
weekday (MonSun), time (hours/minutes) and fan speed (Off, 1, 2, 3) have been set.
A switching alternative is defined for a connection day and time, as well as for a
disconnection day and time.
4.2.3 Year program

Menu / Scheduler / Yeartimescheduler
The year program is used to create exceptions from the day and week programs. Ten
entries exist, T1-T5 and T6-T10.
The day or week programs is active until the starting time for the year program, and the
relevant program is reactivated immediately after the closing time for the year program.

Example of a possible setting of a week program with a 2-speed fan:



T2 T5 are not used as the rows are not activated.

When making the setting, note that the rows may not be activated until after all the
parameters in the relevant switching alternative have been set.

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4.2.4 Example Time switch program

As the day program applies to all days, it is possible to both give consideration to and
utilise the times when setting the week program and year program. Activation is set to
Actv for the switching occasions that are to apply.

Example of a possible setting of a week program with a 2-speed fan:
Weekdays: 07:00...10:00 St1, 10:00...20:00 St2 (apart from Wednesdays)
Wednesdays: 12:00...21:00 St2
Saturdays: 05:00...14:00 St1
Sundays and other times unit switched off.

The day program is set at the most widely used time (07:00 St1, 10:00 St2, 20:00 Off)
Switching
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Switching time Operating
method
Activation
T1 07:00 St1 Actv
T2 10:00 St2 Actv
T3 20:00 Off Actv

The week program is set for all exceptions from the day schedule.

Wednesdays (12:00 St2, 21:00 Off)
As the day program always starts the unit at 07:00, consideration must first be given to
that time and only then may an exception be made in the morning. The Starting time
must then be some time before the starting time for the day program. The day program
is then used in the day and a new exception made in the evening in order to achieve
extended operation. The Starting time for extending a similar operating stage to the day
program can then start at some time during the time of the day program. No time for
Stop is required as the day program takes over immediately at the closing time for the
exception and the day programs setting at this time is already Off.

Saturdays (05:00 St1, 14:00 Off), Sundays (Off)
As the day program first starts the unit at 07:00 and then also sets the unit to St2 10:00,
an exception can then be made for the whole of the Saturdays operation. Finally, a
new exception must be made at the same time as the closing time for the exception
before in order for the unit to stop at 14:00, the exception can also be the whole of the
Sunday as the unit should be Off from Saturday 14:00 to Monday 07:00. The Closing
time for the Sunday must then be after the closing time for the day program.

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4.2.5 Override time switch program

Menu / Scheduler / Override
For easy stop and start of the unit or to control the unit from a BMS system, the time
switch program can be overridden instead of change in the time program.
When the unit is overridden it remains in the desired position, until it sets back to Auto
and the time switch program has the control again.

Operating switch (Opmodeswi)

Overriding the time program, in order to stop or start the unit in the selected position.
In auto mode the unit is placed in operation in accordance with the time program, in
other modes the time program is overridden to the desired position. However, night
mode, control inputs and the service switch on HMI have a higher priority than the
operating switch. Displayed at the Serviceswitch as Manu when override.

BMS override

The time switch program can be overridden via communication from a BMS system.
This parameter shows the actual state, controlled from the BMS system.
In auto mode the unit is placed in operation in accordance with the time program, in
other modes the time program is overridden to the desired position. However, the
operating switch, night mode, control inputs and the service switch on HMI have a
higher priority than BMS override.

This parameter can be reset to Auto from the HMI if the communication to the BMS
system goes down. Contact the manufacturer for a higher password.

4.2.6 Current scheduler

Menu / Scheduler
Shows the current mode from the time switch program with consideration to
Dayprogram, Weekprogram, Yearprogram, BMS override and the Operating switch in
priority where the Dayprogram have the lowest priority and the Operating switch have
the highest priority.
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4.3 Setpoints

Setpoints to optain the right functionality, temperature and flow.
Only active parameters and menus are displayed, depending of configuration.
4.3.1 Temperature control

Menu / Setpoints / Temperature control
Display and setting of temperature setpoints.
The setpoints for the current main sensor, depending on the selected control type and
main sensor. Current setpoint for cooling is displayed, as well as the dead zone setting
for cooling, but have no influence in the application if no cooling is selected.

- Control (Shows actual main sensor)
May be changed if Cascade/Supply control mode is selected or if there is a main
sensor fault.
- Current setpoints for heating, cooling
- Current actual value for the main sensor
- Setting of Basic setpoint (heating)
- Setting of Dead zone cooling
- Setting of compensation of basic setpoint when changeover to supply control if
Cascade/Supply control mode is selected.
- Current External setpoint (Compensation or main setpoint)

4.3.2 Min/Max supply air temperature for cascade control

Menu / Setpoints / Min/max supplytemp
Display and setting of Min and Max temperature for the supply air sensor.
The menu is only displayed if cascade control mode is selected.

- Type of min./max-limitation for the supply air temperature (see below)
- Current setpoints heating, cooling for supply air sensor
- Current actual value supply air temperature
- Min supply air setpoint
- Max supply air setpoint
- Delta max. difference with sliding max.limitation (Heating diff)
- Delta min. difference with sliding min.limitation (Cooling diff)


Type of min/max limitation


In most control cases, fixed limitation is used, but for displacement ventilation with so-
called low-impulse units, a different temperature control is required than with normal
ventilation. A cascade control with sliding supply air limit (differential temperature
control) is then used, instead of fixed limit temperatures for the supply air.

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Description
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The supply air temperatures sliding limits are calculated depending on the current
room temperature, whereupon the supply air temperature may vary at most within the
min. and max. limits calculated values.




Min/maxlimit

Parameter for selection of fixed or sliding limitation (differential temperature control).

Delta Max. limit

Input of the maximum difference between supply air temperature and room temperature
for the upper limit.

Delta min. limit

Input of the maximum difference between supply air temperature and room temperature
for the lower limit.


4.3.3 Fan speed

Menu / Setpoints / Fanspeed
Display and setting of setpoints for fixed speeds (output signals) to a frequency
converter.

Depending on configuration, Stage 2 is available as an option.

- Setting of fixed signal for the supply air fan in low/high-speed operation
- Setting of fixed signal for the extract air fan in low/high-speed operation

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4.4 Operation status

Indication of in- and output signals. Individual control of output signals.
Only active parameters and menus are displayed, depending of configuration.
4.4.1 Digital inputs

Menu / Operation status / Inputs digital
Actual status for digital input signals.

Control inputs, (Timer inputs)

A timer or a push-button can be connected to the control input. These outside
components can override other control sources (time program, operating switch, night
mode, etc.) except in the event of alarms.
When the control input is not used, the plant operates with fan speed Automatic.
See the section in configuration level for more information about the settings.
The Control inputs parameter indicates the current position of the control input.
Fan speed Indication
Automatic Auto
Off Stop
Low speed/On Step1
High speed Step2

Service switch HMI [ServiceswHMI]

The plant can be stopped by pressing the Start/Stop button on the HMI. This signal
always has the highest priority.
The Service switch parameter indicates the current position of the start/stop button on
the HMI.
Emergency stop

The plant can be stopped via an external signal. The emergency stop may stop the unit
without overrun and close the out damper without delay.

Status for alarm inputs

- Fire/Smoke
- HRC
- Pump/Heater
- Cooling
- AUX
- Filter
- HRC pressure guard
- Smoke damper
- Fan
- Flow
- External frost protection
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4.4.2 Measurement values

Menu / Operation status / Actual values
Indicates the current actual value for measurement values.

- Outside temperature
- Supply air temperature
- Room/Exhaust air temperature
- Room unit
- Frost protection temperature
- Multifunction sensor 1 (text is depending of selected function)
- External setpoint

4.4.3 Outputs, digital

Menu / Operation status / Output digital
Indicates and controls digital outputs.

Control/overriding of the outputs can only take place after logging in, in this event, first
put the output in manual mode and then select the mode for the output.

- Circulation pump heating, electric heater
- Circulation pump cooling, cooling machine, DX step1
- Cooling DX step2
- Supply air fan
- Exhaust air fan
- Out damper
- Smoke damper
- Alarm output A
- Alarm output B

4.4.4 Control outputs

Menu / Operation status / Output control signals
Indicates and controls the current control outputs

Control/overriding of the outputs can only take place after logging in, in this event, first
put the output in manual mode and then select the mode for the output.

- Control signal cooling
- Control signal heating recovery (in event of PWM control, the control signal is
converted to a digital output with various time intervals depending on the
current control signal)
- Control signal heating
- Control signal supply air fan
- Control signal Exhaust air fan
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4.4.5 Operationcounter

Menu / Operation status / Operation counter
The Operating time meter parameter indicates the sum of the fans operating hours
starting from the time the regulator is commissioned or the last count reset.
With the Reset Counter parameter, the sum of the fans operating hours can be zeroed.

The operating time meter can be reset directly at this level after logging in.

4.4.6 Test smoke damper

Menu / Operation status / Test smokedamper
Activation takes place by setting AUX input 2 to IndDamper.

A smoke damper test runs at the selectable time, at manual test and if Outdamper are
selected it runs at every start/stop of the unit as well.
Fixed delay time to stop fans before dampers and to open dampers before fan start.
Should a damper assume an incorrect position (detected via limit positions contacts),
an alarm will be issued.

Smoke dampers must be connected as the instruction for correct functionality.

See sections in configuration level for more information about settings and
configuration.

- Testsmokedamper (manual test)
- Damperkick (current time for automatic test)

4.4.7 Efficiency rating

Menu / Operating status / HRC Efficiency
Indicates current efficiency rating value.

Activation takes place by setting Multifunction input 1 to SupplytempHRC or
Usedairtemp.

See the section in configuration level for more information about the settings.

The calculation can then take place in two ways:
Supply air: Efficiency rating = (Supply air Outside) / (Exhaust air Outside)
Used air: Efficiency rating = (Exhaust air Used air) / (Exhaust air Outside)

Prerequisites for the calculation of efficiency are as follows:
Exhaust air temperature Outside temperature > 5C
Output signal HRC > 99%
The fans must be in operation
Exhaust sensor, Outside sensor and sensor for calculation must be activated


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4.5 Alarm history

Menu / Alarm history
Indication of the 15 most recent alarms. This applies both to active and rectified alarms.
The time when the alarm was generated is also indicated.

Resetting Alarm history

By changing parameter No to Yes, the entire list is emptied of information.

NOTE! In order to view current information, it is necessary to exit the menu and then
enter it again.
4.6 Password

Menu / Password function
The Password menu contains the following functions:
Log in

Entering password with 4 characters. Access to the individual menus is dependent on
the selected code word level. (Log In is also available on the first page)

Log Out

The password is reset, the background lighting is switched off.

Change password

A user-defined password can be entered. It is possible to change the password level
that is lower than that used for access to the system. This means: Users who have
access on level 3 can change the user-defined code word at level 2.

The factory-set password (1000) can be changed if the user has mistakenly chosen
level 1 instead of level 2 (user-defined code word). For new activation of the pre-set
code word, the regulator must be restarted!

Current stage (level)

Indicates the current password level.
4.7 Application information

Menu / Application info
Information about the plant, can be used to enter plant-specific information. When
entering information, the text must be concluded with an exclamation mark (!) in order
for it to be saved.

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5 Description of configuration level
Configuration level is displayed after logging in to level 1.
5.1 Functions, Configuration

The following parameters are also present at a Commissioning guide that may be used
at a first configuration. The guide is displayed at the start page if a configuration not has
been done. The guide contains besides the following parameters also settings for
Language, HMI type and Time adjustment, see separately sections for those settings.

Menu / Configuration / Functions
Settings for control function, type of fan, damper, heating, heat recovery and cooling,
and selection of alarm and sensor inputs.
5.1.1 Application

The application is prepared to handle several variants, with various function set-ups
depending on variant. Only one variant is available in this version.

Macro 1 Air handling unit with separate starting of supply and exhaust air fans,
separate analog outputs for frequency controller. Three control sequences.


5.1.2 Configuration of temperature control (Control mode)

Adaptation of the regulator for different types of control. This applies to the choice of
main sensor, which can be a room sensor/unit, exhaust air sensor or supply air sensor.
When selecting cascade control, it is also necessary for room or exhaust air sensor to
be selected. When selecting constant supply air control, a room or exhaust air sensor
can be used for measurement/night operation etc. or can be deactivated.

Three different control modes can be selected:
Cascade control with limits for the supply air temperature.
Constant supply air control.
Climate adapted Cascade+Supply air control. Cascade control in summer and
constant supply air control in winter.

It is also possible to select between two different types of cascade control, see section
Min/Max supplytemperature for settings options of fixed or sliding limitation
(differential temperature control).

When selecting cascade control and a fault occurs in the main sensor or if a
mainsensor is missing (room/exhaust air sensor), supply air temperature control is
activated automatically to ensure that incorrect control values are not obtained. Main
sensor is selected automatically but if both a Roomunit and an Exhaust air sensor is
activated, then the main sensor can be selected in section Cascade control.
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Control function 1 Cascade control

In the case of control mode 1, the room temperature is maintained at a constant level.
The control loop for the room/exhaust air generates the set point for the control loop for
the supply air. The supply air temperature regulator then controls the output signals for
the relevant heating/cooling sequences.
The limits for the supply air temperature (Min temperature and Max temperature)
guarantee that the supply air temperature is maintained within the set range. Can be
selected with fixed or sliding limitation (differential temperature control).

Control function 2 Supply air control

In the case of supply air temperature control, the supply air temperature is maintained
at a constant level.

Control function 3 Cascade+Supply air control

In the case of Cascade+Supply air control, the temperature is controlled by a cascade
controller in the winter and a supply air controller in the summer. Can be selected with
fixed or sliding limitation (differential temperature control).

See section Cascade control for switch-over conditions.
5.1.3 Type of cooling, heat recovery and heating

Configuration for different types of cooling, heat recovery and heating.

Selection of cooling

Type of cooling that is used.

None
No cooling function
Water
Digital output gets pump function which starts when valve opens or at pump kick
operation. The pump may also run continuously. (See section for pump)
DX-1Step
Digital output gets On/Off function and pump kick is blocked. Analog output works
simultaneous between 0-10V
DX-2Step
Digital output and analog output get On/Off function NOTE! Voltage relay required for
analog output.
DX-Binary
Digital output and analog output get On/Off function. The function is binary in order to
supply a third step. NOTE! Voltage relay required for analog output.

At DX cooling, the steps start when the cooling signal exceed the set values. This does
not apply to DX-binary since those steps are set with a fixed switching differential.

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Selection of heat recovery

Type of heat recovery that is used.

None
No recovery function
Rot-HRC (Rotary heat exchanger)
Activates the output for the heat recovery so it works as heating sequence.
RecircAir
Activates the output for return air damper so it works as cooling sequence.
Plate-HRC (Plate heat exchanger)
Activates the output for the heat recovery so it works as heating sequence. With the
unit stopped, the output signal will be controlled to 100% in order to avoid cold shock in
the water battery when start up.
HRC frost or Pressgrd should also be selected at Multifunction 1 to have satisfactory
performance.
Water (Liquid-borne recovery)
Activates the output for the heat recovery so it works as heating sequence.
HRC frost should also be selected at Multifunction 1 to have satisfactory performance.
HRC-PWM (Puls modulated rotary heat exchanger)
Activates the output for the heat recovery so it works as heating sequence.
Analog output get On/Off function where the control signal is converted to a digital
output with different time intervals depending of current control signal. NOTE! Voltage
relay required for analog output.

Selection of heating

Type of air heater and any frost protection used.

None
No heating function
ExtFrost (External frost protection)
Frost protection deactivated and the input for frost sensor is configured as a digital
alarm input for an external frost protection device. Pump functionality is activated.
Water
Frost protection function activated and digital output gets pump function. The pump
starts on one of the following conditions: valve opens, outside temperature falls below
12C, pump kick operation or pump set for continuous operation. See section for pump.
Electric
Digital output activated at output signal to electrical battery. Pump kick operation and
frost protection function blocked. Max limit of control signal for each fan step.
5.1.4 Selection of fan control

Type of fan control.

FreqvInv1St / FreqvInv2St
The fans are controlled with a fixed control signal to a frequency converter. 1- or 2 step.
Analog outputs for each fan with separately setpoints .
Direct1St
Control of direct driven fans, 1-step mode.
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5.1.5 Selection of Multi-function input 1

Parameters to select function for multi-function input 1.


None
No function
ExtSetpPas
Activates external setpoint with a Ni1000 element that can override or compensate the
basic setpoint. See also section for External setpoint.
ExtSetpAct
Activates external setpoint with a 0-10V signal that can override or compensate the
basic setpoint. See also section for External setpoint.
HRC Frost
Activates the freeze function for water-borne recovery or the defrosting function for flat
plate heat exchanger via a temperature sensor. See also section for Heat recovery.
HRC Pressgrd
Activates the defrosting function for rotary and flat plate heat exchanger via a digital
input. See also section for Heat recovery.
Supplytemp HRC
Activates efficiency measuring via sensors located after the HRC and before the
heating battery (if any). See also section for HRC efficiency.
Usedairtemp
Activates efficiency measuring via sensors located in the usedair duct. See also section
for HRC efficiency.
AUX Temp
Measuring function only.
HRC Alarm
Activates the HRC alarm.
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5.1.6 Selection of AUX alarm 1 and 2

Parameters for selecting alarm type at the AUX inputs 1 and 2.
See also section for Alarm settings.

None
No function
AUX (Only AUX 1)
Alarm from a optional component
Flowguard
Alarm from a flowguard, the alarm is blocked when the unit is off.
Filterguard
Alarm from a filterguard
Cooling
Alarm from a cooling pump, cooling machine
HRC
Alarm from a rotary heat recovery unit or a puls from a rotation guard if HRC-PWM is
selected. (Can also be selected at Multifunction input 1 in Macro 1)
IndDamper (Only AUX 2)
Activates the smoke damper function. See also section for Smoke damper.
Timer (Only AUX 2)
Input for external control, timer. See also section for Control inputs.
5.1.7 Selection of emergency stop or fire alarm

Selects if emergency stop functionality or fire alarm functionality shall be used

Fire alarm
Alarm from a fire alarm unit or a smoke detector unit. If the alarm is configured as a B-
alarm, the unit will start up automatically after the reset of the external unit. If the alarm
is configured as a A-alarm, the alarm must also be reset in the controller.
Emergency stop
The plant can be stopped via an external signal. The emergency stop may stop the unit
without overrun and close the out damper without delay. (An alarm will NOT occur).

5.1.8 Damper functionality

Selection of damper functionality. Smoke damper can only be selected if the smoke
damper function is activated.

Out damper
The damper (digital output) open when the unit starts and close after the set time when
the unit stop, as well at smoke damper test if activated.
Smoke damper
The damper (digital output) are normally open and close only if a fire alarm occur or
after a pre defined time at a smoke damper test.
The out damper can be connected via a relay at the fan output for open/close when the
unit start/stops.
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5.1.9 Selection of sensor

Selection of which sensors that are connected. Some configurations require one or
more of these sensors

- Room or exhaust air sensor
- Outside sensor
- Roomunit

5.1.10 Save configuration


After reconfiguration, the regulator must be restarted to activate new types of input.
Use the parameter Save configuration at the end of this menu, alternative turn the
DIL2 switch off and on again, for restart.

If the Commissioning guide has been used, it disappears from the startpage after the
restart.


5.2 Sensors

Calibration of sensors.
Only active parameters are displayed, depending of configuration.
5.2.1 Calibration of measurement values

Menu / Configuration / Sensor
A large number of different factors can cause a sensors measurement value to be
incorrect. If this is the case, the measurement value can be corrected.

Parallel offset of the sensor graph with the set value
After calibration, each measurement value shows the adjusted temperature

- Room/exhaust temp corr
- Outtemp corr
- Supplytemp corr
- Frosttemp corr
- Multifunction sensor 1 (text is depending of selected function)

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5.3 Alarm settings

Configuration and settings of alarms and alarmlimits to optain the right functionality.
Only active parameters and menus are displayed, depending of configuration.

Priority list for all alarms and configuration possibilities:
Alarm point Contact Delay Class Description
Cooler NO / NC sec A/B/C Overload cooling pump or alarm
from cooling machine
HRC NO / NC sec A/B/C Alarm from local control unit for
rotating heat exchanger
Heater pump /
overheating
NO / NC sec A/B/C Overload c-pump heating or
overheating electric heating
Fan NO / NC sec A/B/C Overload/incorrect fan/frequency
AUX NO / NC sec A/B/C Free alarm input 1
Filter NO / NC sec A/B/C Filter detector, pressure over filter
Flow NO / NC sec A/B/C Flow detector over fan
Flow startup sec Delay at start up
HRC frost - sec A/B/C Low temperature in exhaust air or
return from battery at HRC
Override unit - min A/B/C A component is operated manually
from HMI
Temperature
alarm
- min A/B/C Adjustable temperature deviation for
supply air temperature
HRC pressure - min. A/B/C Alarm from pressure switch over
heat exchanger
Low efficiency - min A/B/C Low HRC efficiency
Outdoor sensor - - A/B/C Fault in sensor
Frost sensor - - A/B/C Fault in sensor
Supply sensor - - A/B/C Fault in sensor
Room/Exh sen - - A/B/C Fault in sensor
Multi 1 sensor - - A/B/C Fault in sensor
Room unit - - B Fault in roomunit
Smoke damper - - A/B/C Smoke damper in wrong position
Fire and smoke NO / NC - A/B/C Alarm from central fire alarm
Frost protection - - A Low return temperature air heater
External frost NO / NC - A Alarm from an external frost unit
Run counter - - B Service alarm when the unit has
exceeded the set operating time
Emergency
stop
NO / NC - - Emergency stop, not an alarm



See chapter 3 for a general description of alarm management, different between
priortity and an alarm guide to follow in the event of an alarm.

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5.3.1 Temperature alarm

Menu / Configuration / Alarms / Temp alarm
Settings for temperature deviation from the supply air set point and alarm limits for frost
protection.

Blocking temperature alarm (Deviation alarm)

When activating this parameter, the temperature alarm is blocked when the outside
temperature exceeds 15C. If no outdoor sensor is used the alarm is always blocked
when activating the parameter.

Alarm limit for temperature alarm (Deviation alarm)

Setting of alarm limit for deviation of supply air temperature, i.e. if the supply air sensor
exceeds this set value for longer than the set delay, an alarm is generated.

Setpoint triggered frost protection

If the temperature is below the set freeze limit, an A alarm is obtained, which also stops
the unit. This parameter can also be found under section Heating.

Setpoint for HRC frosting alarm

If the temperature drops below the set alarm value, a frost protection alarm is
generated. This parameter can also be found under section Heat recovery.

5.3.2 Operationcounter

Menu / Configuration / Alarms / Operation counter
The alarm limit can be used to request service, e.g. filter replacement..

Activation of Operating time alarm

Parameter for activation of operating time alarm, i.e. a B alarm is generated after the
set time has been exceeded.

Limit for operating time alarm

Setting of limit when operating time alarm will be generated.

Run counter fans

The Operating time meter parameter indicates the sum of the fans operating hours
starting from the time the regulator is commissioned or the last count reset.

Run counter fans

With the Reset Counter parameter, the sum of the fans operating hours can be zeroed.
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5.3.3 Setting contact function for alarm inputs

Menu / Configuration / Alarms / Directing of input
Selection regarding an alarm input must be of the type closing (NO) or opening (NC).


NO (Normally Open)
The contact is open in the rest position and closes in the event
of an alarm.

NC (Normally Closed)
The contact is closed in the rest position and opens in the event
of an alarm.

5.3.4 Alarm delay

Menu / Configuration / Alarms / Alarm delay
Parameters for individual alarm delay time for each alarm point.

At start-up after a power failure there is a delay of 10 sec. before the alarm is activated.
This is in order to avoid alarms generated by a slow start-up procedure.
5.3.5 Alarm class

Menu / Configuration / Alarms / Alarm class
Parameters for individual alarm class for each alarm point.

Alarms can be configured to be either A, B or C alarm wher A have the highest priority
and C the lowest. When an A alarm is selected, the unit is stopped when the alarm is
activated.
5.3.6 Alarm output

Menu / Configuration / Alarms / Alarm output
Parameter for selecting whether only A alarms or both A and B alarms are to be
indicated.
The alarm outputs for the two parameters Alarm priority A and Alarm priority B are used
for monitoring the operation of the entire plant. In this way, individual alarms are co-
ordinated as a combined alarm, which is indicated as an alarm with either priority A or
B. The combined alarm indicates that there is a fault in the plant, but not what the fault
it. To ascertain this it is necessary to look in the alarm list.
5.3.7 HRC efficiency alarm

Menu / Configuration / Alarms / HRC efficiency
Setting of alarm limit for the HRC efficiency alarm, if the efficiency drop below the alarm
limit an alarm is generated.
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5.4 Regulator settings (Controllers)

The regulator is adapted to the control object with the following parameters:
Proportional factor KP (transfer secondary value KR)
I-time TN
D-time TD

The control effect is optional: P, PI, PD or PID.

The relationship between KP and P-bands is as follows: P-band = 100/KP
For cooling sequence, a negative KP must be set.

Unit: TN and TD in seconds; (the units are not displayed on HMI)

5.4.1 Controllers

Menu / Configuration / Controllers /
Regulator settings for each regulator.
Only active controllers are displayed, depending of configuration.

- Cascade controller
- Cooling controller
- HRC controller
- Heating controller
- Frost protection controller
- HRC Frost controller

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5.5 Control parameters

Settings for the functions belonging to the control in accordance with the configuration
in control principle.
Only active parameters and menus are displayed, depending of configuration.
5.5.1 Cooling

Menu / Configuration / Control parameters / Cooling
Settings to configure cooling optimally.

Activate cooling

The cooling sequence is blocked at a lower outside temperature than the set value.
The cooling sequence is always active if an outside sensor is missing.

Max limit cooling at low speed

The cooling control signal is limited when the fans run at low speed.

Start DX-cooling stage 1 and 2

Setting when DX-cooling stage is to be started. Not valid for DX-binary

Stop DX-cooling stage 1 and 2

Setting when DX-cooling stage is to be stopped. Not valid for DX-binary

Min time for restart of DX cooling

Delay before restart of DX cooling may take place. This delay avoids unnecessary
switching of the DX steps off and on.
This parameter is valid for all DX steps.
5.5.2 Heat recovery

Menu / Configuration / Control parameters / HRC
Depending on the selected function direction for output signal (damper or HRC) and
measured difference between outside and room temperature, heat recovery is
controlled optimally.

Start-up time for heat exchanger

By controlling the exchanger to 100% at start-up, the exhaust air fan heats the heat
exchanger, thereby preventing a cold shock in the water battery. When the unit is
started at an outside temperature colder than 12
o
C or if an outside sensor is missing,
the output signal is set to 100%. The heat exchanger returns to automatic mode, when
the supply air fan has started and the selected start-up time has elapsed.

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Activation of cooling recovery

Parameter for activation of cooling recovery. Cooling recovery means that, in the event
that cooling is required and if the outside temperature is higher than the exhaust air
temperature, recovery (heat exchanger) starts at full power in order to utilise the cooling
energy from the room.

The outside temperature is compared to the room/exhaust air temperature. When the
outside air is warmer than the room air, the mixing damper is closed to the min limit,
alternatively the HRC system is controlled 100%. If the outside air is colder than the
room air, the mixing damper and the HRC system are controlled in the normal way.

Mixing damper or HRC system
Room/exhaust air sensor and outside temperature sensor
Parameter Cooling recovery set to On

Setpoint for protection against frosting

To protect the recovery circuit against icing, there is a built-in control function that, via a
temperature sensor in the used air or the return line (when liquid-borne recovery is
selected), ensures that the heat exchanger is defrosted. At low temperatures, the
output signal to the heat recovery is reduced in order to defrost the heat exchanger. In
the event the temperature falls even more, an alarm is generated (see Alarm frosting).

When the Set point is achieved, the exhaust air is transported away immediately in
order that the temperature at the exhaust air duct can increase again, thereby
preventing icing.

Activate by set the parameter Multifunction input 1 to HRC Frost.


Setpoint for frosting alarm

If the temperature drops below the set alarm value, a frost protection alarm is
generated (see above).

Max control signal at defrostning

If heat exchanger pressure switch is activated and this trips, the control signal to the
heat exchanger will be decreased so that defrosting can take place. For on/off-rotor, the
time for which the rotor rotates is limited. If the parameter is set to zero, the rotor stops
entirely in the event of a tripped pressure switch.

Activate by set the parameter Multifunction input 1 to Press grd.


Min. outside air volume at return air damper

The minimum outside air volume that is mixed with the return air is set with this
parameter in the event that heat recovery is required. In the event a unit has stopped,
the damper closes fully against outside air.
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Start-up time return air

When the pre-heating time has expired, the fans start with outside and exhaust air
dampers closed (full return air) for a set period of time (Start-up Time). This prevents
cold outside air from blowing in at low outside temperatures.

Output signal for cooling is blocked
The pump in the heating circuit is running
Start-up of fans activated

The start-up time must be set higher than 0.0.
In the event of plants with outside temperature sensors, the start-up control is
only activated at outside temperatures below 15C. At outside temperatures
above 15C, the plant starts up normally, whereupon the damper can be
controlled in the normal way.
In the event of start-ups caused by Unoccupied heating or Night cooling,
there is no start-up control.
Only activated after a pre-heating time
The recovery function (heat exchanger) must be set at the return air damper
5.5.3 Heating

Menu / Configuration / Control parameters / Heating
Settings to configure heating optimally.

Preheating time

Water-heated air heaters are sensitive to frost. If the air conditioning unit is switched off
at night and there are low outside temperatures at start-up, the sudden supply of cold
outside air would cause the water in the pipes to freeze. This problem is particularly
tangible in conjunction with 2-position dampers.
In order to circumvent this, the water circuit is preheated with hot water before the
outside and exhaust air damper is opened. At start-up, only the air heaters heating
circuit pump starts and the heating valve opens depending on the prevailing outside
temperature for an adjustable period of time. The risk of freezing damage is eliminated,
and the unit then switches to normal control.

NOTE! When using a long pre-heating time, the result may be the opposite, i.e. the
heater battery may get too warm, which causes the heater battery and the heat
exchanger to close at start-up, since there is no longer any heat demand. This may
cause great variations in the start-up.
The pump in the heating circuit is running
The valve opens to 100%.
Outside temperature sensor connected
Preheating time > 0.0 s
Outside temperature < 5 C

Min. temperature air heater (water) during operation

Setting to prevent triggering of the frost protection. When there is a danger of the
heater battery freezing, the sensor in the water return causes the valve actuator to
open. This reference value is activated when the unit is in operation.
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Keeping the air heater (water) warm when stopping

In the event of a stopped unit, the temperature in the air heater is controlled to the set
point in order to prevent frost formation and make it easier for the unit to start up.

Setpoint triggered frost protection

If the temperature is below the set freeze limit, an A alarm is obtained, which also stops
the unit.

Max signal stage 1 and 2

Gives max. limit for the signal for heating at the actual fan stage. (Only active in event
of electric heating)
5.5.4 External setpoint

Menu / Configuration / Control parameters / External setpoint
Configuration of the external setpoint to obtain the right functionality.
An external setpoint unit can be connected to Multifunction input 1 or via a roomunit.
The external setpoint from the roomunit is compensate the basic setpoint.

Type of external setpoint

Selects if the external setpoint shall override or compensate the basic setpoint.

Main setpoint
The external setpoint overrides the set basic setpoint in the controller and the
deadzone for cooling is refer to this setpoint instead.
Compensation
The external setpoint is compensate the basic setpoint in the controller according to
predefined or the reference value.


Min. reference value setting

Reference value at 0V in event an external setpoint is selected with active signal (0-
10V). Can also be set to a negative value to be able to use compensation.

Max. reference value setting

Reference value at 10V in event an external setpoint is selected with active signal (0-
10V).
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5.5.5 Summer Winter compensation

Menu / Configuration / Control parameters / Smr Wntr Compensation
Summer/winter compensation is used for automatic compensation of the basic setpoint
as a function of the outside temperature.

Explanation
Ew
Sw
Fw Fs
Es
T [C]
A
w [K]
Ss
3
2
2
1
D
0
5


FS

ES
SS

FW
EW
SW

TA
w
Starting point for summer
compensation
End point for summer compensation
Delta (total displacement) in K at end
point E
S

Starting point for winter compensation
End point for winter compensation
Delta (total displacement) in K at end
point E
W

Outside temperature
Reference value alteration

Delta not equal to 0.0 applies for activation of summer/winter compensation
Outside sensor connected


Starting point summer compensation

Starting temperature at F
S
at which the basic setpoint compensation starts (proportional
with the rising outside temperature).

Stop point summer compensation

End temperature at E
S
at which the basic setpoint compensation is at the Max position
(in relation to the delta).

Delta summer compensation

Max. compensation of the basic setpoint.


Starting point winter compensation

Starting temperature at F
W
at which the basic setpoint compensation starts
(proportional with the falling outside temperature).

Stop point winter compensation

End temperature at E
W
at which the basic setpoint compensation is at the Max position
(in relation to the delta).

Delta winter compensation

Max. displacement of the basic reference value (total displacement).

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5.5.6 Cascade control

Menu / Configuration / Control parameters / Cascade control
Settings in the case of cascade control or cascade+supply air control to obtain right
functionality. See also section for temperature control.

Cascade sensor

Selection of main sensor if both a roomunit and a exhaust air sensor is connected.





Change between cascade/supply air control

With control type Casc/Supply (cascade control and supply air control) selected, the
control types will shift depending on the outside temperature.

To avoid pendulating between the control types, a selectable time must elapse before
the change-over takes place.

Cascade control normally use a higher setpoint than supply air control, therefore it is
possible to compensate the basic setpoint for the cascade control when shifting to
supply air control to avoid manually adjustment.

In order to get the best result, the outside sensor should be placed on the facade and
not in the outside air duct, where the sensor may be warmed up when the unit is
switched off.

Temperature compensation

When shifting to supply air control, the basic setpoint compensates to the set value.
This parameter can also be found under section Setpoints.

Change-over at set outside temperature

When the outside temperature falls below the set value, the control type changes to
supply air control after a preset time.

Change-over time delay

When the outside temperature falls below a set value, the control type changes to
supply air control after the preset time.


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5.6 Parameters

Settings for other functions in accordance with configuration in control principle.
Only active parameters and menus are displayed, depending of configuration.
5.6.1 Fan

Menu / Configuration / Parameters / Fan
Settings to obtain the right functionality for fans.

Fan start delay

Setting of delay between the damper opens and the exhaust air fan starts.
This delay time is also used to delay the damper to have the fans stopped before the
damper close. If an A-alarm occur the damper close immediately.

If the damper output is used for smoke dampers, this time can be set to 0sec.

Start delay supply air fan

Setting of the time between start of exhaust air fan and permitted start of supply air fan.

Overrun

In conjunction with an electric air heater, the fans operate to provide airing (adjustable
time) in the event of normal unit stop. In the event of a fire alarm or when switching an
emergency stop (optional), there is no airing.

Fan function at fire

At a triggered fire alarm, the fans control to the selected operational state.

Stop EX/SU
Both fans are stopped.
Run EX/SU
Both fans runs on max speed.
Stop EX
The exhaust air fan is stopped and the supply air fan runs at max speed.
Stop SU
The supply air fan is stopped and the exhaust air fan runs at max speed.


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5.6.2 Fan compensation

Menu / Configuration / Parameters / Fan compensation
The fans can be compensated in different ways to make sure that the required
temperature is maintained. Fan compensation is only available together with a 2-step
fan.

To avoid pendulating between fan steps, a selectable time must elapse before the
change-over takes place.

Type of fan compensation

Selects the type of fan compensation.

None
No function
Block high speed
When the outside temperature falls below the set value, the high speed (Step 2) is
blocked.
Cooling
Principally used when there is no cooling battery. When cooling is needed, the fans
runs at high speed (Step 2). This function dont decrease the temperature but the well-
being for the people in the room will, however, be greater, since the air turnover will be
greater.
Heating
When the heating valve is fully open and there still is a need for heating, the fans
reduce their speed to low-speed (Step 1). Compensation is deactivated after the set
time and starts again if needed.
Cool+Heat
Both the heating and the cooling function are activated, see above


Start delay

Time delay before fan compensation will be activated.

Release delay

Time delay before fan compensation will be deactivated and goes back to normal
control.

Limit for outside temperature blocking of high speed operation

When the outside temperature drops below the set limit, high-speed (Step 2) operation
of the fans is blocked.

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5.6.3 Pumps

Menu / Configuration / Parameters / Pump
The circulation pump for the heating circuit is controlled so that it is in operation at low
outside temperature (12C) and when heating is needed.
The pump for cooling is controlled so that it is in operation when cooling is required.

Activation of motion operation for cooling pump / Continuous operation

Activates movement of the pump for the cooling circuit to prevent the pump seizing.
The movement takes place every Monday at 12:00. The pump can also be set in
continuous operation. If DX cooling has been selected, the movement of the cooling
pump is blocked and the output is activated when required.

Activation of motion operation for c-pump heating / Continuous operation

Activates movement of the circulation pump for the heating circuit to prevent the pump
seizing. The movement takes place every Monday at 12:00. The pump can also be set
in continuous operation. With Electric heating selected, the movement operation is
blocked and the output is only activated when required.

Setting of minimum operating time for the pumps

Parameter for setting the minimum operating time for both the cooling pump and the
circulation pump for the heating circuit.
5.6.4 Control inputs

Menu / Configuration / Parameters / Control input
Parameters for setting function method for the control inputs.
A timer or a push-button can be connected to one or both control inputs. These outside
components can override the time switch program.

Activate control input at AUX 2.

Extended operating time via push-button/timer

Setting of operating time for extended operation.
When a push-button is used for extended operation, the desired operating time is set
using this parameter. When activated the fans runs at the selected step (see below) in
the set time.
If a timer (egg-timer) is used, this parameter must be set to 0 as the time function is
then in the actual timer.

Fuction of control input

Selection of function at activated control input.
The unit can be stopped or be started at the selected fan step.

Airing in event of external stop

Selection if airing of the electric battery must take place in event of external stop.
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5.6.5 Unoccupied

Menu / Configuration / Parameters / Unoccupied mode
At the end of the occupancy time, the plant is switched off (via timeswitch program).
The room temperature will then fall or rise, depending on the prevailing weather
conditions and internal loads. The Unoccupied heating mode or Unoccupied cooling
mode function is activated to ensure that no excessively low or high room
temperatures will occur. The fans run at Max speed.

Unoccupied heating

When the room temperature drops below the set limit value, the Unoccupied heating
function is started. In this case, the heating is maintained until the room temperature is
1 Kelvin above the limit value. If only the exhaust air sensor is used, start-up takes
place at night to see whether unoccupied heating is required. When starting up
unoccupied heating, the exhaust air fan and/or outside air damper is blocked in
accordance with the set parameter.
A delayed reconnection time guarantees that the plant is not switched on too often.

Fan will be switched on
Air heater control is activated
Output signal for cooling is blocked
HRC (if selected) is activated
Damper (if selected) is blocked, the return air damper is opened

Room/exhaust air temperature sensor connected
Timeswitch program must be off
External switch must not be On
The parameter (Htgunocpd) must be in the On position
The room temperature drops below (Limitheating)
The delayed reconnection time (Minrestarttime) has expired

Unoccupied cooling

When the room temperature exceeds the set limit value, the Unoccupied cooling
function is started. In this case, the room is cooled until its temperature is 1 Kelvin
below the set limit value. If only the exhaust air sensor is used, start-up takes place at
night to see whether unoccupied cooling is required.
A delayed reconnection time guarantees that the plant is not switched on too often.

Fan will be switched on
Air heater control is blocked
Cooling control is activated
HRC (if selected) is blocked
Damper (if selected) is blocked, the return air damper is opened

Room/exhaust air temperature sensor connected
Timeswitch program must be off
External switch must not be On
The parameter (Clgunocpd) must be in the On position
The room temperature exceeds (Limitcooling)
The delayed reconnection time (Minrestarttime) has expired
General
Description
Effect
General conditions
Description
Effect
General conditions
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Activation unoccupied heating/cooling

Parameter for activation/deactivation of the unoccupied heating/cooling function.

Blocking unoccupied

In the event of unoccupied heating, the outside air damper can be blocked and the
return air damper opened so that the system only turns over and heats up the return
air. The exhaust air fan can also be blocked.

Limit value for unoccupied heating/cooling

Parameter for setting the temperature limit value for start-up if the unoccupied
heating/cooling function is used.

Setting minimum restart time in event of unoccupied

Parameter for setting the minimum restart time for the function unoccupied. This refers
to the delay before support operation may go in again after previously having been
active.

Delay before temperature is tested

This parameter can also be found under menu Nightpurging.

Parameter for setting the time for which the unit must be stationary before the
temperature is tested. This function is used when there is no room sensor, and the unit
has to be started at night in order to detect the current temperature of the exhaust air.
The unit starts up and operates for five minutes. If the temperature is within the
condition for unoccupied heating/cooling, the unit switches into this operating mode.
5.6.6 Night purging

Menu / Configuration / Parameters / Night purging
Night cooling is used during the summer to utilise the free cooling energy in the outside
air by cooling the rooms with the cool outside air at night.
If only the exhaust air sensor is used, start-up takes place at night to see whether night
cooling is required. The fans run at Max speed.
Night cooling should be in operation for several hours at night a minimum of 1 hour.
However, the temperature may not fall so low that heating energy has to be supplied.

Fan will be switched on
Output signal air heater is blocked
Output signal air cooler is blocked
HRC (if selected) is blocked
Damper (if selected) is opened, the return air damper is closed

Room temperature sensor and outside temperature sensor connected
The parameter for activating night cooling must be in position On
Timeswitch program must be in position Off
Outside temperature > min. outside temperature
Roomtemperature outside temperature > delta (Connection difference)
Room temperature > room setpoint + Hysteresis
Parameters
Note
Description
Note
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General conditions

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Night cooling will be activated if these conditions are satisfied. When one of the general
conditions is no longer satisfied (apart from the most recent which is only a switch on
condition), night cooling is deactivated when min. operation time has expired.

Activation

Parameter for activation of night cooling.

Room setpoint

The temperature the must be achieved through night ventilation.

Min. outside temperature

The night cooling function is blocked when the outside temperature is lower than the
set value.

Hysteresis

A hysteresis is added to the room setpoint as a switch on condition, but not as a switch
off condition. The total value must be higher than the current room temperature.

Delta

When the outside temperature drops by the entered difference (delta) below room
temperature, night cooling is activated on the condition that the limit values for room
and outside temperature have been achieved.

Min. operating time

Setting a min. operating time for night cooling guarantees that the plant is not switched
on and off too often.
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5.6.7 Test smoke damper

Menu / Configuration / Parameters / Test smokedamper
Activation takes place by setting AUX input 2 to IndDamper.

A smoke damper test runs at the selectable time, at manual test and if Outdamper is
selected it runs at every start/stop of the unit as well.
Fixed delay time to stop fans before dampers and to open dampers before fan start.
Should a damper assume an incorrect position (detected via limit positions contacts),
an alarm will be issued.

Smoke dampers must be connected as the instruction for correct functionality.

Time for test

Setting when the smoke damper test will occur.

Smoke damper, opening time

Setting of smoke dampers opening time. The alarm will be blocked during that time.

5.6.8 Start-up

Menu / Configuration / Parameters / Start-up

Power-up start delay

With the power-up start delay, the switch on of the air conditioning unit is delayed after
a power failure. The power network would be overloaded if all the buildings electrical
installations were started up at the same time.
Description
Note
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6 Description of system settings
Menu System parameters is displayed after logging in to level 3.

6.1 Selection of language

Menu / System parameter / Language selection
Parameter for selecting language in the HMI.
6.2 Communication

6.2.1 LON Configuration

Meny / System parameter / Communication / LON Configuration
Settings for LON communication.

LON Outtemp
Parameter for activating outdoor temperature via LON communication.
Pulstime
Time for sending heartbeat when force.
Time factor
Time factor for Pulstime (sec, min, h)
Puls onoff
Activate force heartbeat puls
Sendheartbeat
Time for sending normal heartbeat
Recvheartbeat
Time for sending normal heartbeat
6.2.2 Modbus Configuration

Meny / System parameter / Communication / Modbus Config
Settings for Modbus communication (RS485).

Slave address
Modbus adress setting
Baudrate
Baudrate setting (300-19200)
Parity
Parity setting (none, even, odd)
Stopbit
Stopbit setting (1 or 2)
Save configuration
Restarts the controller and activates the new settings.

Description
Description
Parameters
Description
Parameters
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6.3 Day light saving

Menu / System parameter / Summer/winter time
With Day light saving, the time for the relevant switching is determined. The standard
setting corresponds to Central European Time.

Enabled
The Enabled row indicates whether the Day light saving function is active.

Activated
The Activated row indicates whether summer time is active.

B-TimeActive
The row B-TimeActive indicates that the B-time is active when switching to normal time.

Saving Hours
Saving Hours is added when switching to summer time and subtracted when switching
to winter time.

Month (Mth)
The relevant months that define the summer times start (S) and end (E).

Weekday (Wday)
The weekday for switching.

Offset (Ofs)
Weekday in the month when the changeover should occur.
3 Second to last weekday in the month
4 Last weekday in the month
6 First weekday in the month
7 Second weekday in the month
8 Third weekday in the month

Hour (Hou)
The time for switching.

According to the following list of settings.
Indike-
ring
Beskrivning Instllnings-
omrde
Standard-
vrde
1

Mth Month for switching to summer
time

0112 03
Wday Weekday on which switching takes
place
MoSo So
Ofs Weekday in month 010 4
Hou Time for switching 0.023.59 02
Mth Month for switching to winter time 0112 10
Wday Weekday on which switching takes
place
MoSo So
Ofs Weekday in month 010 4
Hou Time for switching 0.023.59 03
Description
Parameters
Indication in HMI
Start summer time (S)

End summer time (E)

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6.4 Diagnose

Menu / System parameter / Diagnose
Information for internal diagnostics etc.

Overview
OS-vers: Specifies operating system version
Ser. nr.: Shows serial number
Target type Type of process unit, e.g. ACX36
MSR fail Number of faults in program loop
MSR fail type Type of fault in program loop
MSR started up 1=Yes 0=No
Factiryrestore Resetting to factory values.
Note! The system must be restarted in order for the new
values to apply.
Factoryset Saves all current settings as factory settings.
Note! The process unit will perform a restart after the
completed function

Loop times
Act. loop time Current loop time
Ave. loop time Average loop time
Min. loop time Minimum loop time
Max. loop time Highest loop time
Res. loop time Resets all loop time values

Application info
Displays information about application version and location

Manuf. Specifies the unit manufacturers name
Ver Specifies application version
Type Specifies application type
Unit Specifies the units designation, e.g. AHU1
Street Specifies the units address.
Town Specifies the units location.
Description
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6.5 HMI Parameter

Menu / System parameter / HMI Parameter
The operating units functions can be controlled via HMI parameter.
Basic set values are specified in brackets.

HMI brightness (10)
The background lighting is altered depending on the entered value:
0 = dark / 31 = light (Recommendation: 30)

HMI contrast (10)
The text is emphasised more or less against the background:
0 = weak / 31 = strong (Recommendation: 10)

Number of columns
Shows the number of columns that can be presented in the display.
(Cannot be adjusted)

Vertical/Horiz scroll
Shows the number of rows that can be scrolled vertically/horizontally.
(Cannot be adjusted)

New page (1)
Shows whether the start page is opened when the HMI reset time has expired.
0 = No resetting; current page and code word remain.
1 = Resetting to the start page, the code word is reset and must be entered again.

Message durration (5)
215 = Time in seconds how long an message, in event of incorrect entry, remains.

HMI reset (10)
Shows in minutes how long the authorisation applies after the last entry.
360 = Minutes until reset

HMI auto delay (10)
Value alterations are realised by pressing the settings buttons +/- in the entry function.
If one of the buttons is held down, the Autorepeat function is activated when the
entered delay time has expired.
530 = Delay time in seconds
(Cannot be adjusted)

HMI auto repeat (5)
If the Autorepeat function is active, the resolutions time interval is altered according to
the entered value.
310 = Time interval in seconds for value change
(Cannot be adjusted)
MSR Type
Shows actual configuration to hide rows in the HMI.
HMI Type
Selects the type of HMI (ACX82 or ACX84) to obtain the right functionality.
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7 Communication options

ACX36 is available with several different communication options. The type designations
for the Controllers therefore have different end numbers in order that they can be
distinguished. All Controllers also have Modbus.
ACX36.000 Only Modbus
ACX36.030 KNX communication (Not in this application)
ACX36.040 LON communication


7.1 KNX

Description of KNX communication can be found in the document CE2Y3226en.


7.2 LON

Description of LON communication can be found in the document CE2Y3226en.


7.3 Modbus

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8.1 Overview of operating level

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Menu Operation information
Serv.swi: Status for service switch Auto/Stop/Manu 3.3
Timer: Status for control inputs Auto/Stop//Step1/Step2
Op mode: Current operating mode Off/Step1/Step2/-/
Testtemp/Nightprg/Unoccup
Startup/Overrun/Dmprkick

Fan mode: Current fan mode Off/Step1/Step2
Control: Current type of control Room/Exhaust/Supply
Actsetp heat Current heating setpoint -50...150.0 C
Actsetp cool Current cooling setpoint -50...150.0 C
Outtemp Outside temperature -50...150.0 C
Supplytemp Supply air temperature -50...150.0 C
Exhausttemp Exhaust air temperature -50...150.0 C
Roomtemp Room temperature -50...150.0 C
Roomunit Roomunit temperature -50...150.0 C
Frosttemp Frost temperature -50...150.0 C
Multifunction temperature 1 HRCfrosttemp / Supplyt HRC /
Usedairtemp / AUX1 temp
-50...150.0 C
Cooling Output signal cooling 0100 %
HRC Output signal HRC 0100 %
Heating Output signal heating 0100 %
Supplyfan Output signal supplyfan 0100 %
Exhaustfan Output signal exhaustfan 0100 %
Menu Scheduler
01.01.2006 12:00:00 Setting the current time Day.Month.Year
Hour:Min:Sec
4.1
Curr. Scheduler Current step from scheduler Off/St1/St2 4.2.6
Menu Scheduler Daytime scheduler
T1-T4 Switching point 1 Start:
Opmode:
Enable:
00:00...24:00
Off/St1/St2
---- / Actv
4.2.1
Menu Scheduler Weektime scheduler
T1-T6 Connection point 1 Start:
Stop:
Opmode:
Enable:
dd 00:00...24:00
dd 00:00...24:00
Off/St1/St2
---- / Actv
4.2.2
Menu Scheduler Yeartime scheduler
T1-T5, T6-T10 Connection point 1 Start:
Opmode:
Stop:
Enable:
dd.mm 00:00...24:00
Off/St1/St2
dd.mm 00:00...24:00
---- / Actv
4.2.3

Menu Scheduler Override
OPmode swi Override time switch program Auto/Off/St1/St2 Auto 4.2.5


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BMS override Override time switch program
from a BMS system
Auto/Off/St1/St2 Auto
Menu Setpoints Temperature control
Control: Current type of control Room/Exhaust/Supply 4.3.1
Actsetp heat Current heating setpoint -50...150.0 C
Actsetp cool Current cooling setpoint
-50...150.0
C
Actual Value Current actual value
-50...150.0
C
Basic setp Setpoint heating 10.0...40.0 C 21.0
Dead zone Dead zone cooling 0.0...10.0 C 2.0
Temp.comp Compensation at supply contr -10.010.0 K -2.0
Ext setpoint Current external setpoint

C
Menu Setpoints Min/Max supply temp
Min/Maxlim: Type of limitation Fixed / Sliding Fixed 4.3.2
Act heat setp. Act setpoint supply air -50...150.0 C
Act cool setp. Act setpoint supply air -50...150.0 C
Supplytemp Supply air temperature -50...150.0 C
Mintemp Min supply air temperature 10.0...25.0 C 15.0
Maxtemp Max. supply air temperature 20.0...40.0 C 25.0
Delta maxlim Delta maxlimit,
sliding limitation
1.0...10.0 K 4.0
Delta minlim Delta minlimit,
sliding limitation
1.0...10.0 K 3.0
Menu Setpoints Min/Max supply temp
Step1 sup Output supply fan lowspeed 0100 % 40
4.3.3
Step2 sup Output supply fan highspeed 0100 % 80

Step1 exh Output exh. fan lowspeed 0100 % 40

Step2 exh Output exh. fan highspeed 0100 % 80

Menu Operating status Inputs digital
Controlinputs Control inputs Auto/Stop//Step1/Step2 4.4.1
Servicesw HMI Service switch on HMI Auto/Stop/Manu
Emergencystop Status DI Emergency stop Off/Stop
Fire/Smoke Status DI Fire/Smoke Off/On
HRC Status DI HRC Off/On
Pump/Heater Status DI Pump/Heater Off/On
Chiller Status DI Chiller Off/On
AUX Status DI AUX Off/On
Filter Status DI Filter Off/On
HRC press guard Status DI HRC pressure guard Off/On
Smokedamper Status DI Smokedamper Off/On
Fan Status DI Fan Off/On
Flow Status DI Flow Off/On
Ext frost Status DI Extern frost Off/On
Menu Operating status Actual value
Outtemp Outside temperature -50...150.0 C 4.4.2
Supplytemp Supply air temperature -50...150.0 C
Exhausttemp Exhaust air temperature -50...150.0 C
Roomtemp Room temperature -50...150.0 C
Roomunit Room unit temperature -50...150.0 C
Frosttemp Frost protection temperature -50...150.0 C
Multifunction temperature 1 HRCfrosttemp / Supplyt HRC /
Usedairtemp / AUX1 temp
-50...150.0 C
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Ext setpoint Current external setpoint

C
Menu Operating status Outputs digital
Pump/heat C-pump heating or electrical Off/On (Man/Auto) 4.4.3
Cooling/DX-cooling step 1 Cooling pump or DX Step 1 Off/On (Man/Auto)
DX-cooling step 2 DX Step 2 Off/On (Man/Auto)
Supply air fan Supply air fan Off/St1/St2 (Man/Auto)
Exhaust air fan Exhaust air fan Off/St1/St2 (Man/Auto)
Outdamper Out damper Off/On (Man/Auto)
Smokedamper Smoke damper Off/On (Man/Auto)
A-alarm Alarm priority A OK/Alarm (Man/Auto)
B-alarm Alarm priority B OK/Alarm (Man/Auto)
Menu Operating status Outputs control signal
Cooling Output signal cooling 0...100 (Man/Auto) % 4.4.4
HRC Output signal heat exchanger 0...100 (Man/Auto) %
Heating Output signal heating 0...100 (Man/Auto) %
Supplyfan Output signal supplyfan 0...100 (Man/Auto) %
Exhaustfan Output signal exhaustfan 0...100 (Man/Auto) %
Menu Operating status Operation counter
Fan run counter Operating time fan 0.0... xxxx h 4.4.5
Reset counter Resetting of counter No/Yes
Menu Operating status Test smokedamper
Test smokedamper Manual smokedamper test Off/On 4.4.6
Damperkick Time for smokedamper test 00:0023:00 23:00
Menu Operating status Efficiency
Effeciency Current HRC efficiency 0100 % 4.4.7
Menu Alarm History
Reset Resetting of alarm history
No/Yes
4.5
Menu Password function
Log in Logging in
4.6
Log out Logging out

Change password Changing the password

Current stage: Current password level

Menu Application info
Unit Name of plant
A-Z, a-z, 0-9, -.?!
4.7
Street Location of plant
A-Z, a-z, 0-9, -.?!

Town Address of plant
A-Z, a-z, 0-9, -.?!




Depending on the type of application and the current configuration, some parameters/menus are
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Menu Configuration Functions
Application Type of application LB10 Macro1 5.1.1
Temperaturecontrol Type of temperature control Cascade/Supply/Casc+Sup Supply 5.1.2
Cooling Type of cooling None/Water/DX-1step/
DX-2step/DX-3step
None 5.1.3
HRC Function Type of recovery None/Rot-HRC/Recircair/
Plade-HRC/Water/HRC-
PWM
Rot-
HRC

Heating Type of air heater None/ExtFrost/Water/
Electric
Water
Fan controller Type of fan control FrequInv1St/ FrequInv2St
/Direct1St/Direct2St
Freqv
Inv2St
5.1.4
Multifunct input 1

Type of function on
Multi-function input 1
None/ExtSetPas/
ExtSetpAct/HRC frost/
Pressgrd/SupplytempHRC/
Usedairtemp/AUX Temp/
HRC alarm
None 5.1.5
AUX1 alarm type Alarm type for alarm AUX1 None/AUX/Flow/Filter/
Cooling/HRC
None 5.1.6
AUX2 alarm type Alarm type for alarm AUX2 None/IndDamper/Flow/
Filter/Cooling/HRC/Timer
None
Em.stop/Firealarm Selection if emergency stop or
fire alarm function
Em.stop/Firealarm Fire-
alarm
5.1.7
Damper function Type of function for damper
control
Outdamper/Smokedamper Out-
damper
5.1.8
Room/Exh.s. Activate room or exhaust air
sensor
None/Room/Exhaust air None 5.1.9
Outdoor sensor Activate outside sensor No/Yes No
Roomunit Activate roomunit None/QAA88.3
Save configuration Restarts the controller No/Yes 5.1.10
Menu Configuration Sensors
Rm/Exh.tmp.corr Calibration room/exhaust temp
-9.9...9.9 K 0.0 5.2.1
Outtemp corr Calibration outside temp
-9.9...9.9 K 0.0
Supplytemp corr Calibration supply air temp
-9.9...9.9 K 0.0
Frosttemp corr Calibration Frost protection
temp
-9.9...9.9 K 0.0
Multifunction temperature 1
(Calibration)
HRCfrosttemp / Supplyt HRC /
Usedairtemp / AUX1 temp
-9.9...9.9 K 0.0

Menu Configuration Alarms Temp alarm
Smrdisable alarm Blocking temp dev summer On/Off On 5.3.1
Tempalarm Set Max deviation temp. alarm 0...50 C 10
Alarm value Alarm limit for frost protection 2.0...30.0 C 7.0
HRC frost alarm Alarm limit for HRC frosting
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Menu Configuration Alarms Operation counter
Runcounter alarm Activation of runcounter alarm Off/On Off 5.3.2
Alarm limit Limit for operating time alarm 020000 h 9000
Fan run counter Operating time fan 0.0... xxxx h
Reset counter Resetting of counter No/Yes
Menu Configuration Alarms Directing of inputs
Fire/Smoke alarm Alarm smoke or fire NO / NC NO 5.3.3
HRC alarm Alarm heat exchanger NO / NC NO
Pump/heater alarm Alarm c-pump heating NO / NC NO
Cooler alarm Alarm cooling NO / NC NO
Fan alarm Alarm fans NO / NC NO
AUX alarm Alarm AUX NO / NC NO
Filter alarm Alarm filter detector NO / NC NO
Flow alarm Alarm flow detector NO / NC NO
ExtFrost alarm Alarm external Frost protection NO / NC NO
Emergency stop Emergency stop NO / NC NO
Menu Configuration Alarms Alarm delays
Cooler alarm Delay for cooler alarm 0...9999 s 0 5.3.4
HRC alarm Delay for HRC alarm 0...9999 s 5
Pump/heater alarm Delay for pump/heater alarm 0...9999 s 0
Fan alarm Delay for fan alarm 0...9999 s 0
Fan startup Delay for fan startup 0...9999 s 5
AUX alarm Delay for AUX alarm 0...9999 s 0
Filter alarm Delay for filter alarm 0...9999 s 30
Flow alarm Delay for flow alarm 0...9999 s 10
Flow startup Delay for flow startup 0...9999 s 60
HRC frost alarm Delay for HRC frost alarm 0...9999 s 0
Overrideunit alarm Delay for overrideunit alarm 0...600 m 30
Temp alarm Delay for temp deviation 0...600 m 60
HRC press alarm Delay for HRC press alarm 0...600 m 15
Low efficiency Delay for low HRC efficiency 0...600 m 30
Menu Configuration Alarms Alarm class
Cooler alarm Alarm class for cooler alarm A/B/C B 5.3.5
HRC alarm Alarm class for HRC alarm A/B/C B
Pump/heater alarm Alarm class for pump/heater al A/B/C B
Fan alarm Alarm class for fan alarm A/B/C A
AUX alarm Alarm class for AUX alarm A/B/C B
Filter alarm Alarm class for filter alarm A/B/C B
Flow alarm Alarm class for flow alarm A/B/C A
Overrideunit alarm Alarm class for overrideunit al A/B/C B
Temp alarm Alarm class for temp deviation A/B/C B
HRC press alarm Alarm class for HRC pressure A/B/C B
HRC frost alarm Alarm class for HRC frost al A/B/C A
Low efficiency Alarm class for low HRC eff. A/B/C B
Outdoor sensor alarm Alarm class for outside sensor A/B/C A
Supply sensor alarm Alarm class for supply sensor A/B/C A
Rm/Exh.sensor alarm Alarm class for room/exh sen A/B/C B
Frost sensor alarm Alarm class for frost sensor A/B/C A
Multi1 sensor alarm Alarm class for multi 1 sensor A/B/C A

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Smoke damper alarm Alarm class for smoke damper A/B/C A
Fire/Smoke alarm Alarm class for fire/smoke al A/B/C A
Menu Configuration Alarms Alarm output
Alarm output Alarm output for alarm class A / A+B A 5.3.6
Menu Configuration Alarms Efficiency
Low efficiency Alarm limit for HRC efficiency 0100 % 50 5.3.7
Menu Configuration Controllers
Cascade controller For main regulator KP
TN
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600.0
5.4
Cooling controller For cooling regulator KP
TN
TD
-5.0
300.0
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HRC controller For heat exchanger regulator KP
TN
TD
10.0
120.0
0.0

Heating controller For heating regulator KP
TN
TD
5.0
120.0
0.0

Frost controller For Frost protection regulator KP
TN
TD
20.0
0.0
0.0

HRC Frost controller For heat exchanger frosting
regulator
KP
TN
TD
20.0
0.0
0.0

Menu Configuration Control parameters Cooling
Enbl cooling Activation cooling at out temp -50...150 C 12.0 5.5.1
Maxclg step1 Max outputsignal at fanstep 1 1100 % 100
Start Step1 Starting DX step 1 1100 % 20
Stop Step1 Stopping DX step 1 1100 % 5
Start Step2 Starting DX step 2 1100 % 70
Stop Step2 Stopping DX step 2 1100 % 50
Mintime restart Delay before reconnect DX-
cooling
0...10 m 1 "
Menu Configuration Control parameters HRC
Startup time Time for full recovery at startup 0180 s 30 5.5.2
Clg recovery Activation of cooling recovery Off/On Off
HRC frost setp. Setpoint frosting
-10.030.0 C 1.0
HRC frost alarm Alarm limit in event of frosting
-10.010.0 C -2.0
Min pos damper Min. outside air volume return
air damper
0100 % 0
Min lim pressgrd Min limit in event of active
pressure switch
0100 % 25
Startup time Start-up time return air 060 m 0

Menu Configuration Control parameters Heating
Preheating Preheating time heating 0600 s 0 5.5.3
Setpoint frost Setpoint for min. operating
temperature
3.0...40.0 C 12.0
Standby stp Setpoint for keeping warm 10.0...50.0 C 25.0
Alarm value Alarm limit for frost protection 2.0...30.0 C 7.0
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MaxSignalSt1 Max signal for electric heating
at fan step 1
0100 % 100
MaxSignalSt2 Max signal for electric heating
at fan step 2
0100 % 100
Menu Configuration Control parameters Ext setpoint
Ext setp type Type of external setpoint Main/Correction Main 5.5.4
Min ext setp Setpoint at 0V -10.050.0 C 15.0
Max ext setp Setpoint at 10V
0.050.0 C 25.0
Menu Configuration Control parameters Smr wntr compensation
Summerstart Starting point summer comp. 10.050.0 C 25.0 5.5.5
Summerend End point summer comp. 10.050.0 C 30.0
Summerdelta Movement summer comp. -10.010.0 C 0.0
Winterstart Starting point winter comp. -30.020.0 C 5.0
Winterend End point winter comp. -30.020.0 C -20.0
Winterdelta Movement winter comp. -10.010.0 C 0.0
Menu Configuration Control parameters Cascade control
Cascade sensor Main sensor for cascade
control
Room/Exhaust Room 5.5.6
Temp.comp Compensation at supply contr -10.010.0 K -2.0
Outtemp Change at outside temperature 0.0...20.0 C 14.0
Dealy Delay before change 0...360 m 30
Menu Configuration Parameters Fan
Start delay Delay in fan start and
stopdelay for outdamper
0...180 s 20 5.6.1
Delay SU start Delay of supply air fan start 0...120 s 30
Runuptime Delay fanstep at runup 060 s 5
Rundowntime Delay fanstep at rundown 060 s 10
Fan overrun Overrun time 0...30 m 5
Fanfunction fire Fan function at fire Stop EX/SU / Run EX/SU /
Stop EX / Stop SU /
Stop
EX/SU

Menu Configuration Parameters Fan compensation
Fan compensation Selection of fan compensation
for the fans
None/Blockhighspd/
Cooling/Heating/Clg+Htg
None 5.6.2
Startdelay Delay for activating fancomp 060 m 10
Releasedelay Delay for deactivating fancomp 0300 m 60
Blockhighspd Outside temperature for
blocking high speed
-50.0...50.0 C -15.0
Menu Configuration Parameters Pump
Pumpkick cool Motion operation cooling pump Off/Auto/cont. Auto 5.6.3
Pumpkick heat Motion operation heating pump Off/Auto/cont. Auto
Min runtime Min. operating time pump 0...30 m 5
Menu Configuration Parameters Control input
Timeron time Time for control input timer 0...12 h 0 5.6.4
Control Inp Function when active input Stop/St1/St2 St1
Overrun em.stop Airing in event of emerg. stop Yes/No Yes
Menu Configuration Parameters Unoccupied mode
Htg unoccup Activation unoccupied heating Off/On Off 5.6.5
Clg unoccup Activating unoccupied cooling Off/On Off
Unocp block Blocking in event of unoccup. None/Damper/DampFan None
Limit Heating Limit for unoccup. heating 0.030.0 C 15.0

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Limit Cooling Limit for unoccup. cooling 20.050.0 C 30.0
Min restart time Min. restart time for unoccup. 0720 m 30
Dly before test Time delay before testing of
exhaust air temperature
0720 m 420
Menu Configuration Parameters Night purging
Night purging Activation of nightp. function Off/On Off 5.6.6
Room setpoint Room setp. for night cooling 10.040.0 C 22.0
Min outtemp Min. outside temp. for nightp. 5.030.0 C 12.0
Hysteresis Hysteresis for night cooling 1.010.0 K 3.0
Ondelta Min. diff. room, outtemp. 1.020.0 K 5.0
Min run time Min. operating time for nightp. 0720 m 30
Dly before test Time delay before testing of
exhaust air temperature
0720 m 420
Menu Configuration Parameters Test smokedamper
Damper kick Time for smokedamper test 00:0023:00 23:00 5.6.7
Open time Time for opening of smoke
damper
0xxx s 180
Menu Configuration Parameters Startup
Powerup start delay Start delay after power failure 0900 s 0 5.6.8


Depending on the type of application and current configuration, some parameters/menus are not
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Index
A
Abbreviations ..................................................... 10
Alarm Button ...................................................... 19
Alarm class ........................................................ 40
Alarm delay........................................................ 40
Alarm guide........................................................ 20
Alarm history...................................................... 31
Alarm list ............................................................ 19
Alarm management............................................ 20
Alarm output....................................................... 40
Alarm settings .................................................... 38
Application ......................................................... 32
Application information....................................... 31
AUX alarm.......................................................... 36
B
BMS override ..................................................... 25
C
Calibration of sensor .......................................... 37
Cascade control ................................................. 47
Cascade control with limits for the supply air
temperature........................................................ 33
Cascade+Supply air temperature control .... 33, 47
Code word.......................................................... 16
Commissioning .................................................. 32
Communication.................................................. 55
Configuration...................................................... 32
Configuration level ............................................. 16
Connection instruction ....................................... 13
Contact function NO/NC .................................... 40
Control ............................................................... 29
Control function temperature ............................. 32
Control input....................................................... 28
Control inputs..................................................... 50
Control outputs................................................... 29
Control parameters ............................................ 42
Cooling function................................................. 33
Cooling settings ................................................. 42
D
Damper functionality .......................................... 36
Date ................................................................... 22
Day light saving.................................................. 56
Day program...................................................... 22
Daytimescheduler .............................................. 22
Deviation alarm.................................................. 39
Diagnose............................................................ 57
Displacement ventilation.................................... 26
DX-Cooling......................................................... 42
E
Efficiency alarm.................................................. 40
Efficiency rating.................................................. 30
Emergency stop........................................... 28, 36
Environmental protection..................................... 9
External setpoint ................................................ 45
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Fan compensation ............................................. 49
Fan control ......................................................... 34
Fan settings ....................................................... 48
Fan speed.......................................................... 27
Fan start delay ................................................... 48
Fault management ............................................. 14
Fire alarm........................................................... 36
Fire function....................................................... 48
Functions ........................................................... 32
H
Heat recovery function....................................... 34
Heat recovery settings ....................................... 42
Heating function..................................................... 34
Heating settings ................................................. 44
HMI Parameter................................................... 58
HMI Service switch ............................................ 28
HMI Start/Stop Button........................................ 19
HMI Type ........................................................... 58
I
Inputs digital....................................................... 28
Installation procedure HMI ................................. 11
Installation procedure regulator ......................... 11
L
Language selection............................................ 55
LON configuration.............................................. 55
M
Maintenance ........................................................ 9
Measurement values.......................................... 29
Menu system...................................................... 16
Menu tree........................................................... 17
Min/Max supply air temperature......................... 26
Modbus configuration......................................... 55
Multifunction inputs ............................................ 35
N
Navigate............................................................. 18
Night cooling...................................................... 52

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Operating level ...................................................16
Operating switch.................................................25
Operating time alarm..........................................39
Operating unit HMI .............................................15
Operation status .................................................28
Operationcounter..........................................30, 39
Outputs digital.....................................................29
Override time switch program.............................25
Overrun...............................................................48
Overview
Parameters configuration level......................63
Parameters operating level ...........................60
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Packing.................................................................9
Parameter list .....................................................60
Parameters.........................................................48
Password......................................................16, 31
Peripheral components.........................................7
Power-up start delay...........................................54
Preheating time ..................................................44
Properties .............................................................6
Pump settings.....................................................50
R
Regulator settings...............................................41
S
Safety regulations.................................................8
Scheduler ...........................................................22
Setpoints.............................................................26
Smokedamper test .......................................30, 54
Start-up...............................................................54
Storage.................................................................9
Summer Winter compensation ...........................46
Supply air fan start delay....................................48
Supply air temperature control ...........................33
System settings ..................................................55
Systemparamer level ..........................................16
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Temperature.......................................................29
Temperature alarm.............................................39
Temperature control ...........................................26
Temperature sensors .........................................37
Terminal blocks ..................................................12
Time....................................................................22
Time switch program..........................................22
Time switch program example............................24
Timer ..................................................................50
Timer input..........................................................28
Transport ..............................................................9
Type of min/max limitation..................................26
U
Unoccupied
cooling...........................................................51
Heating..........................................................51
Unoccupied mode...............................................51
V,W
Week program....................................................23
Weektimescheduler ............................................23
Y
Year program......................................................23
Yeartimescheduler..............................................23


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