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OPTIVIEW TM CONTROL CENTER

MAXE TM CENTRIFUGAL LIQUID CHILLERS


OPERATION MANUAL Supersedes: 160.54-O1 (503) Form 160.54-O1 (704)

MODEL YK (THROUGH STYLE F)


R-134a COOLING ONLY

WITH OPTIVIEW TM CONTROL CENTER


FOR ELECTRO-MECHANICAL STARTER,
SOLID STATE STARTER
& VARIABLE SPEED DRIVE
FORM 160.54-O1 (704)

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FORM 160.54-O1 (704)

IMPORTANT!
READ BEFORE PROCEEDING!
GENERAL SAFETY GUIDELINES

This equipment is a relatively complicated apparatus. which it is situated, as well as severe personal injury or
During installation, operation, maintenance or service, death to themselves and people at the site.
individuals may be exposed to certain components or
conditions including, but not limited to: refrigerants, This document is intended for use by owner-authorized
oils, materials under pressure, rotating components, and operating/service personnel. It is expected that this in-
both high and low voltage. Each of these items has the dividual possesses independent training that will enable
potential, if misused or handled improperly, to cause them to perform their assigned tasks properly and safely.
bodily injury or death. It is the obligation and respon- It is essential that, prior to performing any task on this
sibility of operating/service personnel to identify and equipment, this individual shall have read and under-
recognize these inherent hazards, protect themselves, stood this document and any referenced materials. This
and proceed safely in completing their tasks. Failure individual shall also be familiar with and comply with
to comply with any of these requirements could result all applicable governmental standards and regulations
in serious damage to the equipment and the property in pertaining to the task in question.

SAFETY SYMBOLS
The following symbols are used in this document to alert the reader to areas of potential hazard:

DANGER indicates an imminently CAUTION identifies a hazard which


hazardous situation which, if not could lead to damage to the machine,
avoided, will result in death or serious damage to other equipment and/or
injury. environmental pollution. Usually an
instruction will be given, together with
a brief explanation.

WARNING indicates a potentially NOTE is used to highlight additional


haz ard ous sit u a tion which, if not information which may be helpful to
avoided, could result in death or se- you.
rious injury.

External wiring, unless specified as an optional connection in the manufacturer’s product


line, is NOT to be connected inside the micro panel cabinet. Devices such as relays, switches,
transducers and controls may NOT be installed inside the micro panel. NO external wiring
is allowed to be run through the micro panel. All wiring must be in accordance with YORK’s
published specifications and must be performed ONLY by qualified YORK personnel. YORK
will not be responsible for damages/problems resulting from improper connections to the
controls or application of improper control signals. Failure to follow this will void the
manufacturer’s warranty and cause serious damage to property or injury to persons.

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FORM 160.54-O1 (704)

REFERENCE INSTRUCTIONS
DESCRIPTION FORM NO.
SOLID STATE STARTER (MOD “A”) – OPERATION & MAINTENANCE 160.46-OM3.1
SOLID STATE STARTER (MOD “B”) – OPERATION & MAINTENANCE 160.00-O2
VARIABLE SPEED DRIVE – OPERATION 160.00-O1
VARIABLE SPEED DRIVE – SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS 160.00-M1
VARIABLE SPEED OIL PUMP DRIVE 160.52-M2
INSTALLATION 160.54-N1
OPTIVIEW CONTROL CENTER - SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS 160-54-M1
WIRING DIAGRAM – UNIT STYLE E WITH ELECTRO-MECHANICAL STARTER 160.54-PW1
WIRING DIAGRAM – UNIT STYLE E WITH MOD “A” SOLID STATE STARTER 160.54-PW2
WIRING DIAGRAM – UNIT STYLE E WITH MOD “B” SOLID STATE STARTER 160.54-PW2.1
WIRING DIAGRAM – UNIT STYLE E WITH VARIABLE SPEED DRIVE 160.54-PW3
RENEWAL PARTS – UNIT 160.49-RP4
RENEWAL PARTS – OPTIVIEW CONTROL CENTER 160.54-RP1
WIRING DIAGRAM – UNIT STYLE E (P Compressors) with ELECTRO-MECHANICAL STARTER 160.54-PW8
WIRING DIAGRAM – UNIT STYLE E (P Compressors) with MOD “B” SOLID STATE STARTER 160.54-PW9
WIRING DIAGRAM – UNIT STYLE E (P Compressors) with VARIABLE SPEED DRIVE 160.54-PW10
WIRING DIAGRAM – UNIT STYLE F (all compressors) WITH ELECTRO-MECHANICAL STARTER 160.73-PW1
WIRING DIAGRAM – UNIT STYLE F (all compressors) WITH MOD “B” SOLID STATE STARTER 160.73-PW2
WIRING DIAGRAM – UNIT STYLE F (all compressors) WITH VARIABLE SPEED DRIVE 160.73-PW3

NOMENCLATURE
YK CB CB G4 – CM E
STYLE (Design Level)

MOTOR CODE
60 Hz 50 Hz
POWER SUPPLY
CH CX 5CE 5CT
– for 60 Hz
CJ CY 5CF 5CU
5 for 50 Hz
CK CZ 5CG 5CV
CL CA 5CH 5CW
COMPRESSOR CODE
CM CB 5CI 5CX
G4, H0, H1, H2, H3, H4, H5
CN DA 5CJ 5DA
H6, H8, J1, J2, J3, J4, P1, P2,
CP DB 5CK 5DB
P3, P4, Q
CR DC 5CL 5DC
CONDENSER CODE
CS DD 5CM 5DD
CB, CC, CD, DB, DC, DD, EB, EC, ED
CT DE 5CN 5DE
FB, FC, FD, GB, GC, GD, HB, HC, HD, JB, JC,
CU DF 5CO 5DF
JD, TB, TC, TD, VB, VC, VD
CV DH 5CP 5DG
CW DJ 5CQ 5DH
EVAPORATOR CODE
5CR 5OJ
CB, CC, CD, CE, DB, DC, DD, DE, FB, FC, FD
5CS
GB, GC, GD, GF, GH, HB, HC, HF, HH, JF, JG
JH, TF, TG, TH, VF, VH, WF, WH
MODEL

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FORM 160.54-O1 (704)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SECTION 1 Description of System and Fundamentals of Operation............................... 7

SECTION 2 OptiView Control Center ........................................................................... 10

SECTION 3 Printers ..................................................................................................... 124

SECTION 4 OptiSave Energy Analyser Feature .......................................................... 138

CHANGEABILITY OF THIS DOCUMENT


In complying with YORK’s policy for continuous It is the responsibility of operating/service personnel
product improvement, the information contained in as to the applicability of these documents to the equip-
this document is subject to change without notice. ment in question. If there is any question in the mind
While YORK makes no commitment to update or of operating/service personnel as to the applicability of
pro vide current in for ma tion automatically to the these documents, then, prior to working on the equip-
manual owner, that information, if applicable, can ment, they should verify with the owner whether the
be obtained by contacting the nearest YORK Applied equipment has been modiÞed and if current literature
Systems Service ofÞce. is available.

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FORM 160.54-O1 (704)

LIST OF FIGURES
FIG. 1 – MODEL YK MAXE™ CHILLER ............................. 7 FIG. 23 – HARMONIC FILTER DETAILS SCREEN
(Style D VSD and VSD with part number
FIG. 2 – DETAIL A – COMPRESSOR PREROTATION 371-03789-xxx (503 HP 60 Hz; 419 HP 50 Hz).. 66
VANES.................................................................. 8
FIG. 24 – HARMONIC FILTER DETAILS SCREEN
REFRIGERANT FLOW-THROUGH CHILLER ..... 9 (VSD with Part Number 371-02767-XXX (60 Hz)
or 371-03700-XXX (50 Hz)) ............................... 68
FIG. 3 – OPTIVIEW CONTROL CENTER........................ 12
FIG. 25 – SETPOINTS SCREEN ....................................... 70
FIG. 4 – HOME SCREEN................................................. 16
FIG. 26 – SETUP SCREEN................................................ 72
FIG. 5 – SYSTEM SCREEN............................................. 18
FIG. 27 – SCHEDULE SCREEN ........................................ 76
FIG. 6 – EVAPORATOR SCREEN ................................... 20
FIG. 28 – USER SCREEN.................................................. 78
FIG. 7 – CONDENSER SCREEN..................................... 22
FIG. 29 – COMMS SCREEN.............................................. 79
FIG. 8 – REFRIGERANT LEVEL CONTROL SCREEN
(Flash Memory Card version C.MLM.01.06.XXX FIG. 30 – PRINTER SCREEN............................................ 80
and earlier) ......................................................... 24
FIG. 31 – SALES ORDER SCREEN .................................. 82
FIG. 8A – REFRIGERANT LEVEL CONTROL SCREEN
(Flash Memory Card version C.MLM.01.07.XXX FIG. 32 – OPERATIONS SCREEN .................................... 84
and later) ............................................................ 26 FIG. 33 – HISTORY SCREEN............................................ 86
FIG 8B – REFRIGERANT LEVEL CONTROL SET- FIG. 34 – HISTORY DETAILS SCREEN ............................ 88
POINTS SCREEN (Flash Memory Card version
C.MLM.01.07.XXX and later............................... 28 FIG. 35 – SECURITY LOG SCREEN................................. 89
FIG. 9 – COMPRESSOR SCREEN FIG. 36 – SECURITY LOG DETAILS SCREEN ................. 90
(All “P” Compressors and Style F chillers with FIG. 37 – CUSTOM VIEW SCREEN.................................. 91
G, Q or H5-8 compressors) ................................ 30
FIG. 38 – CUSTOM VIEW SETUP SCREEN ..................... 92
FIG. 9A – COMPRESSOR SCREEN (Style E and earlier
chillers with G, H or J compressors and Style F FIG. 39 – TREND SCREEN ............................................... 94
and later chillers with J or H3 compressors)....... 32
FIG. 40 – TREND SETUP SCREEN .................................. 96
FIG. 10 – PROXIMITY PROBE CALIBRATION SCREEN
(Style E and earlier chillers with G, H and J FIG. 41 – ADVANCED TREND SETUP SCREEN.............. 98
compressors and Style F and later chillers with FIG. 42 – COMMON SLOTS SCREEN ............................ 100
J or H3 compressors) ......................................... 34
FIG. 43 – PRINTERS ....................................................... 124
FIG. 11 – HOT GAS BYPASS SCREEN ............................ 36
FIG. 44 – SAMPLE PRINTOUT (STATUS)....................... 128
FIG. 12 – SURGE PROTECTION SCREEN ...................... 38
FIG. 45 – SAMPLE PRINTOUT (SETPOINTS) ................ 130
FIG. 12A – VARIABLE GEOMETRY DIFFUSER SCREEN.. 42
FIG. 46 – SAMPLE PRINTOUT (SCHEDULE)................. 132
FIG. 12B – VARIABLE GEOMETRY DIFFUSER SETPOINTS
SCREEN............................................................. 44 FIG. 47 – SAMPLE PRINTOUT (SALES ORDER)........... 133
FIG. 13 – PRE-ROTATION VANES CALIBRATION FIG. 48 – SAMPLE PRINTOUT (HISTORY) .................... 134
SCREEN............................................................. 46
FIG. 49 – SAMPLE PRINTOUT (SECURITY LOG).......... 136
FIG. 14 – VSD TUNING SCREEN ..................................... 48
FIG. 50 – SAMPLE PRINTOUT (TREND) ........................ 136
FIG. 15 – OIL SUMP SCREEN........................................... 50
FIG. 51 – SAMPLE PRINTOUT – (CUSTOM SCREEN).. 137
FIG. 16 – ELECTRO-MECHANICAL STARTER SCREEN.... 52
FIG. 52 – SAMPLE PRINTOUT – (ADAPTIVE CAPACITY
FIG. 17 – MOD “A” SOLID STATE STARTER SCREEN .... 54 CONTROL NEW MAP POINT)......................... 137
FIG. 18 – MOD “B” SOLID STATE STARTER SCREEN .... 56 FIG. 53 – SAMPLE PRINTOUT (ADAPTIVE CAPACITY
CONTROL EXISTING MAP POINTS) .............. 137
FIG. 19 – VARIABLE SPEED DRIVE SCREEN ................. 58
FIG. 20 – VARIABLE SPEED DRIVE DETAILS SCREEN
(Style D VSD and VSD with part number
371-03789-xxx (503 HP 60 Hz; 419 HP 50 Hz).. 60
FIG. 21 – VARIABLE SPEED DRIVE DETAILS SCREEN
(VSD with Part Number 371-02767-XXX
(60 Hz) or 371-03700-XXX (50 HZ))................... 62
FIG. 22 – ADAPTIVE CAPACITY CONTROL DETAILS
SCREEN............................................................. 64

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FORM 160.54-O1 (704)

SECTION 1
DESCRIPTION OF SYSTEM AND FUNDAMENTALS OF OPERATION
COMPRESSOR

CONTROL
CENTER MOTOR 1

CONDENSER

29420A

FIG. 1 – MODEL YK MaxE™ CHILLER EVAPORATOR

SYSTEM OPERATION DESCRIPTION (SEE FIG. 2) There could be either of two different Solid State Start-
ers applied. Later production chillers are equipped with
The YORK Model YK MaxE™ Chiller is commonly ap- the Mod “B” Solid State Starter. This starter contains a
plied to large air conditioning systems, but may be used on combination Logic/trigger Board that interfaces the Con-
other applications. The chiller consists of an open motor trol Center with a serial communications link. Earlier
mounted to a compressor (with integral speed increasing vintage chillers are equipped with the Mod “A” Solid
gears), condenser, evaporator and variable ßow control. State Starter. This starter contains a Trigger Board that
interfaces to a Logic Board that is installed inside of the
The chiller is controlled by a modern state of the art Mi- Control Center.
crocomputer Control Center that monitors its operation.
In operation, a liquid (water or brine to be chilled) ßows
The Control Center is programmed by the operator to suit
through the cooler, where boiling refrigerant absorbs
job speciÞcations. Automatic timed start-ups and shut-
heat from the liquid. The chilled liquid is then piped to
downs are also programmable to suit nighttime, week-
fan coil units or other air conditioning terminal units,
ends, and holidays. The operating status, temperatures,
where it ßows through Þnned coils, absorbing heat from
pressures, and other information pertinent to operation
the air. The warmed liquid is then returned to the chiller
of the chiller are automatically displayed and read on
to complete the chilled liquid circuit.
a graphic display. Other displays can be observed by
pressing the keys as labeled on the Control Center. The The refrigerant vapor, which is produced by the boiling
chiller with the OptiView Control Center is applied with action in the cooler, ßows to the compressor where the
an electro-mechanical starter, YORK Solid State Starter rotating impeller increases its pressure and temperature
(optional), or Variable Speed Drive (optional). and discharges it into the condenser. Water ßowing
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Description of System and Fundamentals of Operation
FORM 160.54-O1 (704)

The major components of a chiller are selected to handle


the refrigerant, which would be evaporated at full load
design conditions. However, most systems will be called
upon to deliver full load capacity for only a relatively
small part of the time the unit is in operation.

CAPACITY CONTROL
The major components of a chiller are selected for full
load capacities, therefore capacity must be controlled
to maintain a constant chilled liquid temperature leav-
ing the cooler. Prerotation vanes (PRV), located at the
entrance to the compressor impeller, compensate for
variation in load (See Detail A).
The position of these vanes is automatically controlled
through a lever arm attached to an electric motor located
7619A(D) outside the compressor housing. The automatic adjust-
ment of the vane position in effect provides the perfor-
DETAIL A – COMPRESSOR PREROTATION VANES
mance of many different compressors to match various
load conditions from full load with vanes wide open to
minimum load with vanes completely closed.
through the condenser tubes absorbs heat from the refrig-
erant vapor, causing it to condense. The condenser water
is supplied to the chiller from an external source, usu-
ally a cooling tower. The condensed refrigerant drains
from the condenser into the liquid return line, where the
variable oriÞce meters the ßow of liquid refrigerant to the
cooler to complete the refrigerant circuit.

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COMPRESSOR

PREROTATION VANES
(See Detail A)

DISCHARGE
SUCTION

DISCHARGE
BAFFLE

EVAPORATOR

CONDENSER

ELIMINATOR
SUB-COOLER

FLOW CONTROL
ORIFICE

LD00924

OIL COOLER

FIG. 2 – REFRIGERANT FLOW-THRU CHILLER

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OptiView Control Center
FORM 160.54-O1 (704)

SECTION 2
OPTIVIEW CONTROL CENTER
INTRODUCTION

The YORK OptiView Control Center is a micropro- or higher. The Setpoints and parameters displayed on
cessor based control system for R-22 or R134a cen- these screens are explained in detail in YORK Service
trifugal chillers. It controls the leaving chilled liquid Manual 160.54-M1. These parameters affect chiller
temperature via pre-rotation vane controls and has the operation and should NEVER be modiÞed by anyone
ability to limit motor current via control of the pre-ro- other than a qualiÞed Service Technician. They are
tation vanes. It is compatible with YORK Solid State shown in this book for reference only.
Starter (optional), Variable Speed Drive (optional), and
Electro-Mechanical starter applications. Advanced Diagnostics and troubleshooting information
for Service Technicians are included in YORK Service
The panel comes conÞgured with a full screen LCD Manual 160.54-M1. Also included in the Service man-
Graphic Display mounted in the middle of a keypad ual are detailed descriptions of chiller features, such
interface. The graphic display allows the presentation as the Refrigerant Level Control, Variable Speed Drive
of several operating parameters at once. In addition, Oil Pump, Hot Gas Bypass, High Speed Thrust Bear-
the operator may view a graphical representation of the ing Proximity Probe, Remote Setpoints, Smart Freeze
historical operation of the chiller as well as the present Protection, and Standby Lubrication.
operation. For the novice user, the locations of various
chiller parameters are clearly and intuitively marked. The control center expands the capabilities of remote
Instructions for speciÞc operations are provided on control and communications. By providing a common
many of the screens. networking protocol through the ISN, YORK Chillers
not only work well individually, but also as a team. This
The graphic display also allows information to be repre- new protocol allows increased remote control of the
sented in both English (temperatures in °F and pressures chiller, as well as 24-hour performance monitoring via a
in PSIG) and Metric (temperatures in °C and pressures in remote site. In addition, compatibility is maintained with
kPa) mode. The advantages are most apparent, however, the present network of ISN communications. The chiller
in the ability to display many languages. also maintains the standard digital remote capabilities
as well. Both of these remote control capabilities allow
The Control Center continually monitors the system op- for the standard Energy Management System (EMS)
eration and records the cause of any shutdowns (Safety, interface:
Cycling or Normal). This information is recorded in
memory and is preserved even through a power failure 1. Remote Start
condition. The user may recall it for viewing at any 2. Remote Stop
time. During operation, the user is continually advised 3. Remote Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature
of the operating conditions by various status and warning Setpoint adjustment (0-10VDC, 2-10VDC, 0-20mA
messages. In addition, it may be conÞgured to notify the or 4-20mA) or Pulse Width Modulation
user of certain conditions via alarms. A complete listing 4. Remote Current Limit Setpoint adjustment
of shutdown, status, and warning messages is attached (0-10VDC, 2-10VDC, 0-20mA or 4-20mA) or Pulse
in the Display Messages section of this book. Width Modulation
There are certain screens, displayed values, program- 5. Remote “Ready to Start” Contacts
mable Setpoints and manual control shown in this book 6. Safety Shutdown Contacts
that are for Service Technician use only. They are only 7. Cycling Shutdown Contacts
displayed when logged in at SERVICE access level

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FORM 160.54-O1 (704)

The chiller operating program resides in the Optiview • C – Commercial chiller


control center Microboard. The control center could be • MLM – Used on Microboard 031-01730-000
equipped with either of the following Microboards:
• OPT - Used on Microboard 031-02430-000
• 01 – YK chiller
• 031-01730-000 – shipped in new production chill-
ers until January 2004. The program resides in a • xx - controls revision level (00, 01, etc)
replaceable Flash Memory Card. The software ver- • y – language package (0=English only, 1=NEMA,
sion (C.MLM.01.xx.yzz) is printed on label adhered 2=CE, 3=NEMA/CE ) 2
to card. Program can be upgraded by replacing the • zz – language package revision level (00, 01, etc)
card.
• 031-02430-000 – shipped in new production chillers Throughout this book, reference is made to functions
after January 2004. The program resides in non- and features that are only available in certain Flash
removable onboard memory. The software version Memory Card revision levels (C.MLM.01.xx.xxx). To
is C.OPT.01.xx.yzz, and is viewable on the DIAG- cross reference C.MLM software to C.OPT software,
NOSTICS Screen in SERVICE access level. The refer to the controls revision level. Software version
program can be upgraded by downloading a new C.OPT.01.08A.300 is of the same controls revision level
program from a Program Card. Program Cards are as C.MLM.01.08.105A/.206A. From this starting point,
shirt-pocket-size portable memory storage devices both receive the same updates at each revision. Soft-
available from YORK. ware upgrades should only be performed by a Service
Technician.
Earlier vintage chillers could be equipped with a later
Microboard due to service replacement.

Software versions (C.MLM.01.xx.yzz or C.OPT.01.xx.yzz)


are alpha-numeric codes that represent the application,
language package and revision levels per below. Each
time the controls portion or language section is revised,
the respective revision level increments.

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OptiView Control Center
FORM 160.54-O1 (704)

OPTIVIEW CONTROL CENTER

29348A
FIG. 3
The OptiView Control Center display is highlighted by a middle position, this is considered the RUN state. When
full screen graphics display. This display is nested within toggled to the left-most position, it is considered in the
a standard keypad, and is surrounded by “soft” keys START state. Each state is described in detail below:
which are redeÞned based on the currently displayed
screen. Eight buttons are available on the right side of the
panel, and are primarily used for navigation between the • STOP / RESET (O)
system screens. At the base of the display are 5 additional When in this position, the chiller will not run under
buttons. The area to the right of the keypad is used for any condition. For safety reasons, this position is
data entry with a standard numeric keypad provided for required for many maintenance tasks to be completed
entry of system setpoints and limits. (such as proximity probe and vane calibration). In
addition, the switch must be placed in this state
The Decimal key provides accurate entry of
following a Safety shutdown before the chiller is
setpoint values.
allowed to restart. This guarantees that manual inter-
A +/- key has also been provided to allow entry vention has taken place and the shutdown has been
of negative values and AM/PM selection during acknowledged.
time entry. • START (◄ )
In order to accept changes made to the chiller The switch can only remain in this position when
setpoints, the Check key is provided as a uni- being acted upon by a manual force. Once the user
versal ‘Enter’ key or ‘Accept’’ symbol. has released the switch, it automatically reverts to
the RUN position. Generally, this state only occurs
In order to reject entry of a setpoint or dismiss momentarily as the operator attempts to locally start
an entry form, the ‘X’ key is provided as a uni- the unit. Once this position has been sensed, if all
versal ‘Cancel’ symbol. fault conditions are cleared, the unit will enter the
Cursor Arrow keys are pro- system prelube (start sequence).
vided to allow movement on • RUN ( ▀ )
screens which contain a large When in this position, the chiller is able to operate.
amount of entry data. In ad- The switch spring-returns to this state after it has
dition, these keys can be used been toggled to the START position. When in this
to scroll through history and state, the chiller is allowed to function normally, and
event logs. will also allow the chiller to automatically restart fol-
The Start/Stop control is operated via a three-position lowing a Cycling shutdown. The switch must be in
rocker switch. When toggled all the way to the right, it is this state to receive a valid remote start signal when
considered in the STOP/RESET position. When in the operating under a remote control source.

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INTERFACE CONVENTIONS
OVERVIEW gate to most screens and observe the values displayed
there. However, the user will not be allowed to change
The new graphical display on each control panel allows any values. To change any values, the user must return to
a wide variety of information to be presented to the the Home Screen (shown by default when power is ap-
user. Each screen description in this document will begin plied to the system), and use the LOGIN button or utilize
with a section entitled Overview which will describe the CHANGE SETPOINTS key described below. At
the graphical elements on the screen and give a short this point, the user will be prompted to enter a User ID
summary of the functions available. Each element on and the corresponding Password. By default, the User 2
the screen will then be categorized into three distinct ID is zero (0). In order to gain standard OPERATOR
groups: Display Only, Programmable, and Navigation. level access, the Password would be entered as 9 6 7 5,
Below is a short description of what types of information using the numeric keypad. OPERATOR access reverts
are included in these groups. to the VIEW level after 10 continuous minutes without
a keypress. If a custom User ID and Password have been
The Programmable values and Navigation commands deÞned (see User Screen), the user may enter that User
are also subject to access level restrictions as described ID and the corresponding Password value.
below. For each of these elements, an indication is given
to show the minimum access level required to program If the correct password is received, the user is autho-
the value or navigate to the sub-screen. rized with the appropriate Access Level. If an incorrect
password is entered, the user is notiÞed of the failure
DISPLAY ONLY and prompted again. At this point the user may retry the
password entry, or cancel the login attempt.
Values in this group are read-only parameters of infor-
mation about the chiller operation. This type of infor-
mation may be represented by a numerical value, a text Change Setpoints
string, or an LED image. For numerical values, if the On screens containing setpoints programmable at the
monitored parameter is above the normal operating OPERATOR access level, a key with this label will be
range, the high limit value will be displayed along with visible if the present access level is VIEW. This key
the ‘>’ symbol; if it is below the normal operating range, brings up the Access Level prompt described above. It
the low limit value will be displayed along with the allows the user to login at a higher Access Level without
‘<’ symbol. In some cases, the value may be rendered returning to the Home Screen. After login, the user may
invalid by other conditions and the display will use X’s then modify setpoints on that screen.
to indicate this.

PROGRAMMABLE Setpoints
The control center uses the setpoint values to control the
Values in this group are available for change by the user. chiller and other devices connected to the chiller system.
In order to program any setpoints on the system, the user Setpoints can fall into several categories. They could be
must Þrst be logged in with the appropriate access level. numeric values (such as 45.0°F for the Leaving Chilled
Each of the programmable values requires a speciÞc Ac- Liquid Temperature), or they could Enable or Disable a
cess Level which will be indicated beside the speciÞed feature or function.
value. All of the programmable controls in the system
fall into one of the categories described below: Regardless of which setpoint is being programmed, the
following procedure applies:
Access Level
In order to program any setpoints on the system, the user 1. Press the desired setpoint key. A dialog box appears
must Þrst login with an appropriate access level. When displaying the present value, the upper and lower
power is applied to the chiller, the system begins with an limits of the programmable range, and the default
Access Level of VIEW. This will allow the user to navi- value.

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2. If the dialog box begins with the word “ENTER”, Home Screen (page 16)
use the numeric keys to enter the desired value. System Screen (page 18)
Leading zeroes are not necessary. If a decimal point
Evaporator (page 20)
is necessary, press the ‘•’ key (i.e. 45.0).
Condenser (page 22)
Pressing the ▲ key, sets the entry value to the default
for that setpoint. Pressing the ▼ key, clears the pres- Level Control (page 24-29)
ent entry. The ◄ key is a backspace key and causes Compressor (page 30)
the entry point to move back one space. Proximity Probe Calibration (Style E and
If the dialog box begins with “SELECT”, use the earlier chillers with G, H, or J
◄ and ► keys to select the desired value. compressors and Style F and later
If the previously deÞned setpoint is desired, press chillers with J or H3 Compressors)
the ‘X’ (Cancel) key to dismiss the dialog box. (page 34)
3. Press the ‘!’ (Enter) key. Hot Gas Bypass (page 36)
If the value is within range, it is accepted and the Surge Protection Screen (page 38)
dialog box disappears. The chiller will begin to op-
Vane Calibration (page 46)
erate based on the new programmed value. If out of
range, the value will not be accepted and the user is VSD Tuning (page 48)
prompted to try again. Oil Sump (page 50)
Motor (page 52)
Manual Controls EM Starter Version (page 52)
Some keys are used to perform manual control func-
tions. These may involve manual control of items such Mod “A” Solid State Starter (page 54)
as the pre-rotation vanes, variable oriÞce or oil pump Mod “B” Solid State Starter (page 56)
speed. Other keys in this category are used to initiate/ VSD Version (page 58)
terminate processes such as calibrations or reports. VSD Details (page 60)
ACC Details (page 64)
Free Cursor
On screens containing many setpoints, a speciÞc “soft” Harmonic Filter Details (page 66)
key may not be assigned to each setpoint value. A soft Setpoints (page 70)
key will be assigned to enable the cursor arrow keys Setup (page 72)
below the numeric keypad which are used to “highlight” Schedule (page 76)
the desired setpoint Þeld. At this point, the ‘!’ key is
User (page 78)
pressed to bring up a dialog prompting the user to enter
a new setpoint value. The ‘X’ key cancels cursor mode. Comms (page 79)
(See the Schedule Screen [page 68] for an example.) Printer (page 80)
NAVIGATION Sales Order (page 82)
Operations (page 84)
In order to maximize the amount of values which the
panel can display to the user, and in order to place those Diagnostics (Refer to YORK
Service Manual 160.54-M1)
values in context, multiple screens have been designed to
describe the chiller operation. In order to move from one History (page 86)
screen to the next, navigation keys have been deÞned. History Details (page 88)
These keys allow the user to either move “forward” to
Security Log Screen (page 89)
a sub-screen of the present screen, or move “backward”
to the previous screen. Except for the Home Screen Security Log Details Screen (page 90)
display, the upper-right “soft” key will always return Custom View (page 91)
the user to the Home Screen. Navigating with “soft” Custom Setup (page 92)
keys is as simple as pressing the key next to the label Trend (page 94)
containing the name of the desired screen. The system Trend Setup (page 96)
will immediately refresh the display with the graphics
Advanced Trend Setup (page 98)
for that screen. Following is a layout of all the screens
and how they are connected. Common Slots (page 100)

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LANGUAGES
If a language other than English is being displayed, an
The Screens can be displayed in various languages. English-only speaking person should navigate to the
Language selection is done on the USER Screen. The USER Screen using the preceding Navigation chart
desired language is selected from those available. Not all and select English per the USER Screen instructions
languages are available. English is the default language. in this book.

ANALOG INPUT RANGES 2

The following table indicates the valid display range for each of the analog input values. In the event that the input
sensor is reading a value outside of these ranges, the < or > symbols will be displayed beside the minimum or maxi-
mum value, respectively.

ENGLISH RANGE METRIC RANGE


ANALOG INPUT
LOW HIGH UNITS LOW HIGH UNITS
Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature 0.0 82.0 °F -17.7 27.7 °C
Return Chilled Liquid Temperature 0.0 94.1 °F -17.7 34.5 °C
Leaving Condenser Liquid Temperature 8.0 133.5 °F -13.3 56.3 °C
Return Condenser Liquid Temperature 8.0 133.5 °F -13.3 56.3 °C
Evaporator Refrigerant Temperature (Optional) 0.0 126.1 °F -17.7 52.3 °C
Discharge Temperature 31.8 226.3 °F -0.1 107.9 °C
Oil Temperature 31.8 226.3 °F -0.1 107.9 °C
Condenser Pressure (R22 and R134a) ***0.0 315.0 PSIG 0.0 2172.4 KPAG
Condenser Temperature (R22)* -122.1 130.9 °F -85.6 54.9 °C
Condenser Temperature (R134a)* -98.7 160.1 °F -72.6 71.7 °C
Evaporator Pressure (R22 – water) 49.4 128.8 PSIG 340.6 888.2 KPAG
Evaporator Pressure (R22 – brine) 25.0 100.0 PSIG 172.4 689.6 KPAG
Evaporator Pressure (R134a) 5.5 77.4 PSIG 37.9 533.7 KPAG
Evaporator Temperature (R22 – water)* 13.0 67.0 °F -10.5 19.4 °C
Evaporator Temperature (R22 – brine)* -18.0 51.4 °F -27.7 10.7 °C
Evaporator Temperature (R134a)* -44.9 64.7 °F -42.7 18.1 °C
Oil Sump Pressure (R22) 23.2 271.8 PSIG 160.0 1874.4 KPAG
Oil Sump Pressure (R134a) 0.0 315.0 PSIG 0.0 2172.4 KPAG
Oil Pump Pressure (R22 and R134a) 0.0 315.0 PSIG 0.0 2172.4 KPAG
High Speed Thrust Bearing Proximity Position
(Style E and earlier chillers with G, H, or J 8.0 99.0 Mils -7.1 148.8 °C
compressors and Style F and later chillers with
J or H3 compressors)
High Speed Thrust Bearing
19.1 300.0 °F -7.1 148.8 °C
Drain Temperature**
Refrigerant Level 0.0 100.0 % 0.0 100.0 %
Drop Leg Refrigerant Temperature 0.0 121.7 °F -17.7 49.8 °C

*Saturation temperatures are calculated values. They will display XXX if the pressure used for the calculation is out of range.
**Not applicable to chillers equipped with Flash Memory Card version C.MLM.01.03 and later.
***7.5 PSIG Flash Memory Card Version C.MLM.01.04 and later.

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OptiView Control Center
FORM 160.54-O1 (704)

HOME SCREEN

FIG. 4 00659VIP

OVERVIEW
% Full Load Amps
When the chiller system is powered on, the above default This displays the percentage of full load amps utilized
display appears. The primary values which must be mon- by the system.
itored and controlled are shown on this screen. The Home
Operating Hours
Screen display depicts a visual representation of the chiller
Displays the cumulative operating hours of the chiller.
itself. Animation indicates chilled liquid ßow.
PROGRAMMABLE
DISPLAY ONLY
Login
Chilled Liquid Temperature - Leaving Access Level Required: VIEW
Displays the temperature of the liquid as it leaves the The OptiView Panel restricts certain operations based
evaporator. on password entry by the operator. Three different ac-
Chilled Liquid Temperature - Return cess levels are provided as follows: VIEW: The panel
Displays the temperature of the liquid as it enters the defaults to the lowest access level which is termed
evaporator. VIEW. In this mode, the chiller operating values and
setpoints can be observed, but no changes can be made.
Condenser Liquid Temperature - Leaving OPERATOR: The second access level is termed OP-
Displays the temperature of the liquid as it leaves the ERATOR and will allow the customer to change all
condenser. of the setpoints required to operate the chiller system.
The OPERATOR access level reverts to the VIEW
Condenser Liquid Temperature - Return
level after 10 continuous minutes without a keypress.
Displays the temperature of the liquid as it enters the
SERVICE: In the event that advanced diagnostics are
condenser.
necessary, a SERVICE access level has been provided.
Motor Run (LED) Only qualiÞed service personnel utilize this access level.
Is ON when the digital output controlling the Motor This level provides advanced control over many of the
Starter contact is on. chiller functions and allows calibration of many of the
chiller controls. The access levels are listed above in
Input Power (kW) hierarchical order beginning with the lowest level and
Available only if the chiller system is utilizing a Variable proceeding to the highest level. Users logged in under
Speed Drive or Mod “B” Solid State Starter motor controller. higher access levels may perform any actions permitted
This displays the total input power used by the system. by lower access levels.
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The OPERATOR access level is accompanied by a the compressor motor starter and a “System Coastdown”
10-minute timeout. After ten (10) successive minutes is performed. While the vanes are closing, if a Local Stop
without a keypress, the panel will revert to the VIEW is initiated with the Compressor Switch or any fault other
access level. This prevents unauthorized changes to the than “Leaving Chilled Liquid Temp – Low Temperature”,
chiller if a user was logged in at a higher access level “Remote Stop”, “Multi-Unit Cycling – Contacts Open”,
and failed to logout. Proper procedure requires that after System Cycling – Contacts Open” or “Control Panel –
making necessary setpoint adjustments the user return Schedule” occur, it will immediately enter “System Coast-
to the Home Screen and logout. down”. To restart the chiller after an operator initiated Soft
shutdown, the Compressor Switch must be placed in the
Logout Stop/Reset position (O) and then the Start position (3).
Access Level Required: OPERATOR 2
This key is displayed when a user is logged in at any
level other than VIEW. Pressing it will return the access NAVIGATION
level to VIEW.
System
Print Used to provide additional system information.
Access Level Required: VIEW
Use this key to generate a hard-copy report of the present Evaporator
system status. This provides a snapshot of the primary A detailed view of all evaporator parameters, including
operating conditions at the time the key is pressed. The the programmable Leaving Chilled Liquid Setpoints.
History page provides enhanced reporting capability.
(See HISTORY below.) This option will not be present Condenser
if the chiller is presently conÞgured to log any incoming A detailed view of all condenser parameters, including
Adaptive Capacity Control map points. (See the Adap- control of the liquid level functions.
tive Capacity Control Details screen.)
Compressor
Message Clear
A detailed view of all the compressor parameters. This in-
Access Level Required: SERVICE
cludes pre-rotation vane control, Hot Gas Bypass Control,
When certain safety or cycling conditions have been
Proximity Probe calibration, and PRV calibration.
detected and the chiller has been shutdown, the main
status display of the chiller will continue to display a
Oil Sump
message indicating the cause of the shutdown. Using
this key, the message can be cleared once the condition A detailed view of all the oil pump and oil sump pa-
has been removed. rameters. This includes the Variable Speed Oil Pump
when installed. It also controls the Seal Lubrication
Warning Reset functionality.
Access Level Required: OPERATOR
Use of this key acknowledges a warning condition and Motor
resets the message display associated with it. A detailed view of the motor controller parameters, spe-
ciÞc to the controller type presently utilized on the chiller
Soft Shutdown system. This allows programming of the Current Limit
(Flash Memory Card version C.MLM.01.06.xxx and and the Pulldown Demand Limit values. For a VSD
later) system, the Adaptive Capacity Control and Harmonic
Access Level Required: Operator Filter information is controlled under this screen.
This key, available only when the compressor is running,
is used to initiate a Soft Shutdown. A Soft Shutdown Setpoints
fully closes the Pre-rotation Vanes prior to shutting This screen provides a single location to program the most
down the compressor. This reduces bearing wear by common system setpoints. It is also the gateway to many
eliminating compressor backspin at shutdown. Pressing of the general system setup parameters such as Date/Time,
this key causes the Vanes to be driven to the fully closed Display Units, Scheduling, Printer Setup, etc.
position. While the vanes are closing, “Vanes Closing
Before Shutdown” is displayed on the System Status line. History
When the Vane Motor Switch (VMS) closes, indicating This screen provides access to a snapshot of system data
the vanes have fully closed (or 3.5 minutes have elapsed, at each of the last 10 shutdown conditions.
whichever occurs Þrst), the Run signal is removed from
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SYSTEM SCREEN

FIG. 5 00300VIP

OVERVIEW Evaporator Pressure


Displays the present refrigerant pressure in the evaporator.
This screen gives a general overview of common chiller
Evaporator Saturation Temperature
parameters for both shells.
Displays the present saturation temperature in the
evaporator.
DISPLAY ONLY
Condenser Liquid Temperature - Leaving
Discharge Temperature Displays the temperature of the liquid as it leaves the
Displays the temperature of the refrigerant in its gas- condenser.
eous state at discharge of the compressor as it travels
to the condenser. Condenser Liquid Temperature - Return
Displays the temperature of the liquid as it enters the
Chilled Liquid Temperature - Leaving condenser.
Displays the temperature of the liquid as it leaves the
evaporator. Condenser Pressure
Displays the refrigerant pressure in the condenser.
Chilled Liquid Temperature - Return
Displays the temperature of the liquid as it enters the Condenser Saturation Temperature
evaporator. Displays the saturation temperature in the condenser.

Chilled Liquid Temperature - Setpoint Oil Sump Temperature


Displays the active temperature setpoint to which the Displays the temperature of the oil in the sump.
chiller is controlling the evaporator liquid. This value
could come from a 0-20mA, 4-20mA, 0-10VDC or 2- Oil Pressure
10VDC input in Analog Remote mode, PWM signal in Displays the pressure differential between the high side
Digital Remote mode, MicroGateway interface in ISN oil pressure transducer (output of oil Þlter) and the low
mode, or a locally programmed value. side oil pressure transducer (compressor housing). The
displayed value includes offset pressure derived from

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auto-zeroing during the system prelube. If either of the PROGRAMMABLE


transducers used to calculate this differential is out of
range, the display Þeld will show XX.X. None

% Full Load Amps NAVIGATION


This displays the percentage of full load amps utilized
by the system. Home
Access Level Required: VIEW
Current Limit Causes an instant return to the Home Screen.
Displays the current limit value in use. This value could
come from a 0-20mA, 4-20mA, 0-10VDC or 2-10VDC
2
input in Analog Remote mode, PWM signal in Digital
Remote mode, MicroGateway interface in ISN mode,
or a locally programmed value.

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EVAPORATOR SCREEN

FIG. 6 00301VIP

OVERVIEW
Evaporator Refrigerant Temperature
This screen displays a cutaway view of the chiller evap- Displays the temperature of the refrigerant in the evapo-
orator. All setpoints relating to the evaporator side of rator, if the sensor is present.
the chiller are maintained on this screen. Animation of
the evaporation process indicates whether the chiller is Small Temperature Difference
presently in a RUN condition. Animation of the liquid Displays the difference between the Leaving Chilled
ßow indicates chilled liquid ßow. Liquid temperature and the Evaporator Refrigerant tem-
perature. The Evaporator Refrigerant temperature will be
DISPLAY ONLY
represented by the Refrigerant Temperature sensor input
Chilled Liquid Flow Switch (Open / Closed) if the sensor is present, otherwise it will be represented
Displays whether the liquid ßow is present in the by the Evaporator Saturation temperature.
evaporator.
Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature Setpoints –
Chilled Liquid Pump Setpoint
Displays the command presently sent by the control Displays the present setpoint to which the chiller is oper-
center to the Chilled Liquid Pump (RUN or STOP). ating, whether controlled locally or remotely.
Evaporator Pressure
Displays the present refrigerant pressure in the evapo- Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature Setpoints -
rator. Shutdown
Displays the Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature at
Evaporator Saturation Temperature which the chiller will shut down to avoid over-cool-
Displays the present saturation temperature in the ing the building. By default this value is 4°F below the
evaporator. Leaving Chilled Setpoint.
Return Chilled Liquid Temperature Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature Setpoints
Displays the temperature of the liquid as it enters the – Restart
evaporator. Displays the Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature at which
Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature the chiller will restart after it has shut down due to over-
Displays the temperature of the liquid as it leaves the cooling temperature. By default, the chiller will restart at
evaporator. the Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature Setpoint.

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PROGRAMMABLE threshold is 36.0°F (water) or 6.0°F (brine) for the next


ten (10) minutes. If Smart Freeze (see below) is enabled,
Local Leaving Chilled Liquid Tem per a ture - the threshold is 34.0°F for the next 10 minutes. After
Range Access Level Required: OPERATOR ten (10) minutes have elapsed, the shutdown threshold
This is the range over which an analog (0-20mA, 4- becomes the programmed setpoint value.
20mA, 0-10VDC or 2-10VDC) in Analog Remote Mode
or a digital signal (PWM) in Digital remote mode can Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature Cycling
reset the Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature setpoint Offset - Restart
above the operator programmed Base Setpoint (see Access Level Required: OPERATOR
below). Programmable as either 10°F or 20°F, with a This value allows the user to specify the Leaving Chilled
default of 20°F, it is added to the Base value to create Liquid Temperature at which the chiller will restart af- 2
a range over which the remote device can reset the set- ter a shutdown on a LEAVING CHILLED LIQUID
point. For example, if this setpoint is programmed for – LOW TEMPERATURE cycling shutdown. This is
10°F and the operator programmed value is 45°F, then done by deÞning an offset above the Leaving Chilled
the remote device can set the Leaving Chilled Liquid Liquid Temperature setpoint. It is programmable over a
Temperature setpoint over the range 45.0° - 55.0°F. range of 0°F to 70°F above the setpoint, to a maximum
restart value of 80°F. The chiller will automatically re-
Local Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature - Set-
start when this temperature is reached. This setpoint can
point Access Level Required: OPERATOR
be used to reduce chiller cycling by delaying the chiller
This value allows the user to deÞne the Leaving Chilled
restart until the cooling load has increased.
Liquid Temperature that is to be maintained by the chiller.
It is programmable over the range of 38.0°F to 70.0°F Brine Low Evaporator Cutout
(water) or 10.0°F to 70.0°F (brine). If Smart Freeze (see Access Level Required: SERVICE
below) is enabled, the range is 36.0°F to 70.0°F (water). A This value is only available in Brine mode. It allows
remote device can provide an analog signal (0-20mA, 4- the user to specify the Evaporator Pressure at which a
20mA, 0-10VDC or 2-10VDC) in Analog Remote mode, safety shutdown is initiated. Service Technicians refer
or PWM signal in Digital Remote mode that changes the to YORK Service Manual 160.54-M1.
setpoint by creating an offset above the operator pro-
grammed Base Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature set- Sensitivity
point. This offset may be deÞned up to 10.0°F or 20.0°F Access Level Required: SERVICE
above the Base setpoint (see the Remote Leaving Chilled This value allows the user to adjust the sensitivity of the
Liquid Temperature Setpoint Range description above). Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature control. Service
Additionally, MicroGateway (in ISN Remote mode) can Technicians refer to YORK Service Manual 160.54-
deÞne the setpoint through a serial data stream. In this M1.
case, the incoming setpoint is not an offset that is ap-
plied to the locally programmed Base setpoint value, Smart Freeze (Off / On)
but rather is the setpoint value itself. Access Level Required: SERVICE
This value is only available if the chiller is not in Brine
Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature Cycling
mode. It allows the user to enable the Smart Freeze Point
Offset - Shutdown
Operation which allows the chiller to run closer to the
Access Level Required: OPERATOR
freeze point without shutting down. Service Technicians
This value allows the user to specify the Leaving Chilled refer to YORK Service Manual 160.54-M1.
Liquid Temperature at which the chiller will shut down
on a LEAVING CHILLED LIQUID – LOW TEM- Refrigerant (Enabled / Disabled)
PERATURE cycling shutdown. This is done by deÞning Access Level Required: SERVICE
an offset below the Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature When an Evaporator Refrigerant Sensor has been installed
setpoint. It is programmable over a range of 1°F to 64°F it must be enabled via this toggle before the system will
below the setpoint, to a minimum cutout of 36°F (water), utilize the new, enhanced resolution input. Service Tech-
34°F (water with Smart Freeze enabled) or 6°F (brine). It nicians refer to YORK Service Manual 160.54-M1.
establishes the minimum allowable temperature for the
Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature and prevents over- NAVIGATION
cooling of the building. Anytime the Leaving Chilled Home
Liquid Temperature setpoint is increased, the shutdown Access Level Required: VIEW
Causes an instant return to the Home Screen.

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CONDENSER SCREEN

FIG. 7 00302VIP

OVERVIEW Drop Leg Refrigerant Temperature


Displays the temperature of the refrigerant in the drop
This screen displays a cutaway view of the chiller
leg between the condenser and evaporator shells, if the
condenser. All setpoints relating to the condenser side
sensor is present.
of the chiller are maintained on this screen. Animation
indicates condenser liquid ßow. This screen also serves Sub-Cooling Temperature
as a gateway to controlling the Refrigerant Level. Displays the difference between the Condenser Refrig-
erant temperature and the Drop Leg Refrigerant tem-
DISPLAY ONLY perature. The Condenser Refrigerant temperature will
be represented by the Condenser Saturation temperature.
Leaving Condenser Liquid Temperature If the Drop Leg sensor is not present, this temperature
Displays the water temperature as it leaves the con- is not displayed.
denser.

Return Condenser Liquid Temperature High Pressure Switch (Open / Closed)


Displays the water temperature as it enters the con- Displays the present position of the high pressure switch.
denser. This will indicate whether a High Pressure fault is pres-
ent.
Condenser Pressure
Displays the refrigerant pressure in the condenser. Condenser Liquid Flow Switch
Indicates whether ßow is present in the condenser.
Condenser Saturation Temperature
Displays the saturation temperature in the condenser. Condenser Liquid Pump (Run / Stop)
Indicates whether Condenser liquid pump is oper-
Small Temperature Difference
ating.
Displays the difference between the Condenser Refrig-
erant temperature and the Leaving Condenser Liquid tem- Refrigerant Level Position
perature. The Condenser Refrigerant temperature will be
Displays the present position of the refrigerant level if
represented by the Condenser Saturation temperature.
this function is enabled.

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Refrigerant Level Setpoint Drop Leg (Enabled / Disabled)


Displays the setpoint to which the refrigerant level is Access Level Required: SERVICE
being controlled. When a Drop Leg Refrigerant Sensor has been installed
it must be enabled via this toggle before the system will
Ramp Up Time Remaining utilize the new, enhanced resolution input. Service Tech-
Displays the time remaining in the period in which the nicians refer to YORK Service Manual 160.54-M1.
Refrigerant Level setpoint is being ramped to a Refrig-
erant Level target setpoint. This is only displayed if the NAVIGATION
Refrigerant Ramp is enabled and the value is nonzero. 2
Service Technicians refer to YORK Service Manual Home
160.54-M1. Access Level Required: VIEW
Causes an instant return to the Home Screen.
PROGRAMMABLE
Refrigerant Level Control
High Pressure Warning Threshold Access Level Required: SERVICE
Access Level Required: SERVICE Moves to the sub-screen allowing programming of the
This value allows the user to deÞne the condenser pres- refrigerant liquid level control setpoints.
sure at which the chiller will initiate a warning.

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REFRIGERANT LEVEL CONTROL SCREEN


(Flash memory Card versions C.MLM.01.06.xxx and earlier)

FIG. 8 00303VIP

OVERVIEW
This screen displays a cutaway view of the chiller con- is shown about 80% full. When the actual level is 64%
denser, along with the liquid refrigerant level sensor and to 79%, the level is shown as about 90% full. Actual
the ßow control valve. All setpoints relating to the liquid levels above 79%, shown as 100% full.
level control are maintained on this screen. Through
animation, the variable oriÞce position is displayed. In Refrigerant Level Control Mode
addition, the refrigerant ßow control valve (variable Indicates whether the liquid level control is under man-
oriÞce) can be manually operated. ual or automatic control.

Requires a login access level of SER- Raise (LED)


VICE. Service Technicians refer to Is ON when the digital output controlling the Level
YORK Service Manual 160.54-M1 Raise contact is on.
for operation instructions and expla-
Lower (LED)
nation of all programmable setpoints Is ON when the digital output controlling the Level
and displayed values. Lower contact is on.

DISPLAY ONLY PROGRAMMABLE

Refrigerant Level Position [Refrigerant Level] Setpoint


Displays the present position of the liquid level. The Service Technicians refer to YORK Service Manual
refrigerant level is animated in the cutaway view of the 160.54-M1.
condenser. When the actual level is 0% to 15%, the level
is shown about 50% full. When the actual level is 16% [Refrigerant Level Control] Period
to 31%, the level is shown about 60% full. When the Service Technicians refer to YORK Service Manual
actual level is 32% to 47%, the level is shown about 160.54-M1.
70% full. When the actual level is 48% to 63%, the level

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[Refrigerant Level Control] Proportional Limit [Refrigerant Level Control] Lower (Manual)
Open This key puts the level control into manual mode and
Service Technicians refer to YORK Service Manual sends a LOWER command to the variable oriÞce.
160.54-M1.
[Refrigerant Level Control] Hold (Manual)
[Refrigerant Level Control] Proportional This key puts the level control into manual mode and
Limit Close sends a HOLD command to the variable oriÞce.
Service Technicians refer to YORK Service Manual 2
160.54-M1. [Refrigerant Level Control] Auto
Returns the Level Control to automatic mode.
[Refrigerant Level Control] Rate Limit Open
Service Technicians refer to YORK Service Manual NAVIGATION
160.54-M1.
Home
[Refrigerant Level Control] Rate Limit Close Access Level Required: VIEW
Service Technicians refer to YORK Service Manual Causes an instant return to the Home Screen.
160.54-M1.
Condenser
[Refrigerant Level Control] Raise (Manual) Access Level Required: VIEW
This key puts the level control into manual mode and Return to the Condenser Screen.
sends a RAISE command to the variable oriÞce.

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REFRIGERANT LEVEL CONTROL SCREEN


(Flash memory Card versions C.MLM.01.07.xxx and later)

FIG. 8A LD09099

OVERVIEW

This screen displays a cutaway view of the chiller con- is 64% to 79%, the level is shown as about 90% full.
denser, along with the liquid refrigerant level sensor and Actual levels above 79%, shown as 100% full.
variable oriÞce. Some setpoints relating to the liquid
Refrigerant Level Control Mode
level control are maintained on this screen, while others
Indicates whether the liquid level control is under man-
are contained on a subscreen. Through animation, the
ual or automatic control.
variable oriÞce position is displayed. In addition, the
refrigerant ßow control valve (variable oriÞce) can be Raise (LED)
manually operated. Is ON when the output controlling the Level Raise
contact is on.
Requires a login access level of SER-
VICE. Service Technicians refer to Lower (LED)
Is ON when the output controlling the Level Lower
YORK Service Manual 160.54-M1
contact is on.
for operation instructions and expla-
nation of all programmable setpoints
PROGRAMMABLE
and displayed values.
Valve Preset Time
DISPLAY ONLY Service Technicians refer to YORK Service Manual
160.54-M1.
Refrigerant Level Position
Displays the present position of the liquid level. The Ramp-up Time
refrigerant level is animated in the cutaway view of the Service Technicians refer to YORK Service Manual
condenser. When the actual level is 0% to 15%, the level 160.54-M1.
is shown about 50% full. When the actual level is 16%
to 31%, the level is shown about 60% full. When the
actual level is 32% to 47%, the level is shown about
70% full. When the actual level is 48% to 63%, the
level is shown about 80% full. When the actual level

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NAVIGATION

Home
Access Level Required: VIEW
Causes an instant return to the Home Screen.

Condenser
Access Level Required: VIEW 2
Return to the Condenser Screen.

Setpoints
Access Level Required: Service
Moves to a sub-screen allowing programming of the
Refrigerant Level Control Setpoints.

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REFRIGERANT LEVEL CONTROL SETPOINTS SCREEN


(Flash memory Card versions C.MLM.01.07.xxx and later)

FIG. 8B LD09097

OVERVIEW
This Screen displays a cutaway view of the chiller 79%, the level is shown as about 90% full. Actual levels
condenser, along with the liquid refrigerant level sen- above 79% are shown as 100% full.
sor and variable oriÞce. Liquid Level Control setpoints
are maintained on this screen. Through animation, the PROGRAMMABLE
variable oriÞce position is displayed. [Refrigerant Level] Setpoint
Service Technicians refer to YORK Service Manual
Requires a login access level of SER- 160.54-M1.
VICE. Service technicians refer to
YORK Service Manual 160.54-M1 [Refrigerant Level Control] Period
for operation instructions and expla- Service Technicians refer to YORK Service Manual
nation of all programmable setpoints 160.54-M1.
and displayed values.
[Refrigerant Level Control]
DISPLAY ONLY Proportional Limit Open
Service Technicians refer to YORK Service Manual
Refrigerant Level Position 160.54-M1.
Displays the present position of the liquid level. The
refrigerant level is animated in the cutaway view of the
[Refrigerant Level Control]
condenser. When the actual level is 0% to 15%, the level
Proportional Limit Close
is shown about 50% full. When the actual level is 16%
Service Technicians refer to YORK Service Manual
to 31%, the level is shown about 60% full. When the
160.54-M1.
actual level 32% to 47%, the level is shown about 70%
[Refrigerant Level Control] Rate Limit Open
full. When the actual level is 48% to 63%, the level is
shown about 80% full. When the actual level is 64% to

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Service Technicians refer to YORK Service Manual


160.54-M1.

[Refrigerant Level Control] Rate Limit Close


Service Technicians refer to YORK Service Manual
160.54-M1.

[Refrigerant Level Control] Raise (Manual) 2


This key puts the control into manual mode and sends
a raise command to the variable oriÞce.

[Refrigerant Level Control] Lower (Manual)


This key puts the control into manual mode and sends
a lower command to the variable oriÞce.

[Refrigerant Level Control] Hold (Manual)


This key puts the control into manual mode and sends
a hold command to the variable oriÞce

[Refrigerant Level Control] Auto


Returns the Level Control to automatic mode.

NAVIGATION

Home
Access Level Required: VIEW
Causes an instant return to the Home Screen.

Refrigerant Level Control


Access Level Required: SERVICE
Return to the Refrigerant Level Control Screen.

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COMPRESSOR SCREEN
(ALL “P” COMPRESSORS AND STYLE F CHILLERS WITH G, Q OR H5-8 COMPRESSORS)

insert 4

FIG. 9 00549VIP

OVERVIEW sure. However, due to accuracy tolerances in transducer


design, differences can exist. Therefore to compensate
This screen displays a cutaway view of the chiller com- for differences between transducers and assure differ-
pressor, revealing the impeller, and shows all conditions ential pressure sensing accuracy, the offset pressure is
associated with the compressor. In addition, with the subtracted algebraically from the differential pressure.
proper Access Level, the pre-rotation vanes may be The offset pressure calculation will not be performed if
manually controlled. Animation of the compressor im- either transducer is out of range. The offset value will be
peller indicates whether the chiller is presently in a RUN taken as 0 PSI in this instance.
condition. This screen also serves as a gateway to sub-
screens for calibrating the pre-rotation vanes, calibrating Oil Sump Temperature
the proximity probe, conÞguring the Hot Gas Bypass, Displays the temperature of the oil in the sump
or providing advanced control of the compressor motor
Discharge Temperature
Variable Speed Drive.
Displays the temperature of the refrigerant in its gaseous
DISPLAY ONLY state at discharge of the compressor as it travels to the
condenser.
Oil Pressure
Displays the pressure differential between the high side Discharge Superheat
oil pressure transducer (compressor bearing input) and Displays the Discharge superheat, calculated as (Discharge
the low side oil pressure transducer (oil sump). The Temperature – Condenser Saturation temperature).
displayed value includes offset pressure derived from
auto-zeroing during the system prelube. If either of the High Speed Thrust Bearing Limit Switch (LED)
transducers used to calculate this differential is out of Displays the present position of the High Speed Thrust
range, the display Þeld will show XX.X. bearing Limit Switch. Extinguished when closed. This
is the normal position.
The offset pressure is the pressure differential between the
high oil pressure (HOP) transducer and the low oil pres- Vane Motor Switch (LED)
sure (LOP) transducer outputs during a three (3) second Illuminates when the vanes are completely closed.
period beginning ten (10) seconds into the system prelube.
During this time, the transducers will be sensing the same Oil Return Solenoid (LED)
pressure and their outputs should indicate the same pres- Illuminates when the solenoid is energized.
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Pre-Rotation Vanes Control Mode [Pre-Rotation Vanes] Auto


Access Level Required: SERVICE Access Level Required: SERVICE
Indicates whether the vanes are under manual or auto- This key returns the vane control to automatic mode.
matic control.
[Pre-Rotation Vanes] Open (LED) Fault Acknowledge
Access Level Required: SERVICE This option allows clearing of the High Speed Thrust
Indicates whether the vanes are in the process of opening. Bearing Limit Switch safety shutdown. Service techni-
cians refer to YORK Service Manual 160.54-M1. 2
[Pre-Rotation Vanes] Close (LED)
Access Level Required: SERVICE
Indicates whether the vanes are in the process of closing. NAVIGATION
Pre-Rotation Vanes Position Home
(Variable Speed Drive and Hot Gas Option only) Access Level Required: VIEW
Access Level Required: SERVICE Causes an instant return to the Home Screen.
This value displays the present position of the pre-ro-
tation vanes as a percentage between 0 and 100%. Pre-Rotation Vane Calibration
Access Level Required: SERVICE
Full Load Amps
Only available if the chiller is stopped and the system
Access Level Required: SERVICE
uses a Variable Speed Drive or Hot Gas Bypass con-
Displays the motor current as a percentage of the Full
trol. Moves to the sub-screen allowing calibration of the
Load Amps (FLA) value.
Pre-rotation vanes. Service Technicians refer to YORK
Phase A, B, C Current (Solid State Starter only) Service Manual 160.54-M1.
Access Level Required: SERVICE
Displays the 3-phase motor current values being read VSD TUNING (Variable Speed Drive only)
from the Solid State Starter. Access Level Required: SERVICE
Oil Pump Drive Command Frequency Moves to the sub-screen allowing advanced tuning of
(Variable Speed Oil Pump only) the Variable Speed Drive. Service Technicians refer to
The value displays the present frequency at which the YORK Service Manual 160.54-M1.
oil pump is being commanded to run.
Hot Gas
PROGRAMMABLE Access Level Required: SERVICE
Moves to a sub-screen that allows programming of the
[Pre-Rotation Vanes] Open (Manual) Hot Gas Bypass control setpoints and manual control
Access Level Required: SERVICE of the Hot Gas Bypass valve. Only displayed if Hot Gas
This key puts the vane control into manual mode and Bypass feature has been enabled on the OPERATIONS
sends an OPEN command to the vanes. Screen. Service technicians refer to YORK Service
Manual 160.54-M1.
[Pre-Rotation Vanes] Close (Manual)
Access Level Required: SERVICE
This key puts the vane control into manual mode and Surge
sends a CLOSE command to the vanes. Access Level Required: VIEW
Moves to the sub-screen that allows viewing and
[Pre-Rotation Vanes] Hold (Manual) programming of the Surge Protection feature. Service
Access Level Required: SERVICE Technicians refer to Service Manual 160.54-M1.
This key puts the vane control into manual mode and
sends a HOLD command to the vanes.

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COMPRESSOR SCREEN
(STYLE E AND EARLIER CHILLERS WITH G, H, OR J COMPRESSORS
AND STYLE F AND LATER CHILLERS WITH J OR H3 COMPRESSORS)

FIG. 9A LD09574

OVERVIEW either transducer is out of range. The offset value will be


taken as 0 PSI in this instance.
This screen displays a cutaway view of the chiller com-
pressor, revealing the impeller, and shows all conditions Oil Sump Temperature
associated with the compressor. In addition, with the Displays the temperature of the oil in the sump
proper Access Level, the pre-rotation vanes may be
manually controlled. Animation of the compressor im- Discharge Temperature
peller indicates whether the chiller is presently in a RUN Displays the temperature of the refrigerant in its gaseous
condition. This screen also serves as a gateway to sub- state at discharge of the compressor as it travels to the
screens for calibrating the pre-rotation vanes, calibrating condenser.
the proximity probe, conÞguring the Hot Gas Bypass,
or providing advanced control of the compressor motor Discharge Superheat
Variable Speed Drive. (Flash memory card version C.MLM.01.02 or later)
Displays the Discharge superheat, calculated as (Discharge
DISPLAY ONLY Temperature – Condenser Saturation temperature).
Oil Pressure High Speed Thrust Bearing
Displays the pressure differential between the high side Oil Drain Temperature
oil pressure transducer (compressor bearing input) and Displays the temperature of the oil in the high-speed thrust
the low side oil pressure transducer (oil sump). The bearing drain line. Not applicable to chillers equipped
displayed value includes offset pressure derived from with Flash Memory Card version C.MLM.01.03 and
auto-zeroing during the system prelube. If either of the higher.
transducers used to calculate this differential is out of
range, the display Þeld will show XX.X. High Speed Thrust Bearing
Proximity Differential
The offset pressure is the pressure differential between the Displays the distance between the high-speed thrust col-
high oil pressure (HOP) transducer and the low oil pres- lar and the tip of the proximity probe. This measurement
sure (LOP) transducer outputs during a three (3) second takes into account the reference position established at
period beginning ten (10) seconds into the system prelube.
the time of compressor manufacture.
During this time, the transducers will be sensing the same
pressure and their outputs should indicate the same pres-
sure. However, due to accuracy tolerances in transducer High Speed Thrust Solenoid
design, differences can exist. Therefore to compensate (LED - Style E-R22 Only)
for differences between transducers and assure differ- Indicates whether the solenoid is presently energized.
ential pressure sensing accuracy, the offset pressure is
subtracted algebraically from the differential pressure. Vane Motor Switch (LED)
The offset pressure calculation will not be performed if Indicates whether the vanes are completely closed.
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Oil Return Solenoid (LED) This key puts the vane control into manual mode and
Indicates whether the solenoid is presently energized. sends a HOLD command to the vanes.

Vent Line Solenoid (LED - Style E-R22) [Pre-Rotation Vanes] Auto


Indicates whether the solenoid is presently energized. Access Level Required: SERVICE
This key returns the vane control to automatic mode.
Liquid Line Solenoid (LED - Style E-R22 and
E-R134a J-Compressors) NAVIGATION
Indicates whether the solenoid is presently energized.
Home
Pre-Rotation Vanes Control Mode Access Level Required: VIEW
Access Level Required: SERVICE Causes an instant return to the Home Screen. 2
Indicates whether the vanes are under manual or auto- Proximity Probe Calibration
matic control. Access Level Required: SERVICE
Only available if the chiller is stopped. Moves to the
[Pre-Rotation Vanes] Open (LED)
sub-screen allowing calibration of the High Speed Thrust
Access Level Required: SERVICE
Bearing Proximity Probe sensor. Service Technicians
Indicates whether the vanes are in the process of opening.
refer to YORK Service Manual 160.54-M1.
[Pre-Rotation Vanes] Close (LED) Pre-Rotation Vane Calibration
Access Level Required: SERVICE Access Level Required: SERVICE
Indicates whether the vanes are in the process of closing. Only available if the chiller is stopped and the system
uses a Variable Speed Drive or Hot Gas Bypass con-
Pre-Rotation Vanes Position trol. Moves to the sub-screen allowing calibration of the
(Variable Speed Drive and Hot Gas Option only) Pre-rotation vanes. Service Technicians refer to YORK
Access Level Required: SERVICE Service Manual 160.54-M1.
This value displays the present position of the pre-ro-
tation vanes as a percentage between 0 and 100%. VSD Tuning (Variable Speed Drive only)
Access Level Required: SERVICE
Full Load Amps Moves to the sub-screen allowing advanced tuning of
Access Level Required: SERVICE the Variable Speed Drive. Service Technicians refer to
Displays the motor current as a percentage of the Full YORK Service Manual 160.54-M1.
Load Amps (FLA) value.
Hot Gas
Phase A, B, C Current (Solid State Starter only) Access Level Required: SERVICE
Access Level Required: SERVICE Moves to a sub-screen that allows programming of the
Displays the 3-phase motor current values being read Hot Gas Bypass control setpoints and manual control
from the Solid State Starter. of the Hot Gas Bypass valve. Only displayed if Hot Gas
Bypass feature has been enabled on the OPERATIONS
Oil Pump Drive Command Frequency Screen. Service technicians refer to YORK Service
(Variable Speed Oil Pump only) Manual 160.54-M1.
The value displays the present frequency at which the
oil pump is being commanded to run. Surge (Flash memory Card version C.MLM.01.05.xxx
and later)
Access Level Required: VIEW
PROGRAMMABLE
Moves to the sub-screen that allows viewing and
[Pre-Rotation Vanes] Open (Manual) programming of the Surge Protection feature. Service
Access Level Required: SERVICE Technicians refer to Service Manual 160.54-M1.
This key puts the vane control into manual mode and
sends an OPEN command to the vanes. VGD
(Software version C.MLM.01.10.xxx (and later) or
[Pre-Rotation Vanes] Close (Manual) C.OPT.01.10.302 (and later))
Access Level Required: SERVICE Access Level Required: VIEW
This key puts the vane control into manual mode and Only displayed if VGD feature enabled on Operations
sends a CLOSE command to the vanes. Screen. Moves to the sub-screen that allows viewing
and programming of the Variable Geometry Diffuser
[Pre-Rotation Vanes] Hold (Manual)
(VGD) feature. Service technicians refer to Service
Access Level Required: SERVICE
manual 160.54-M1.
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PROXIMITY PROBE CALIBRATION SCREEN


(STYLE E AND EARLIER CHILLERS WITH G, H, OR J COMPRESSORS
AND STYLE F AND LATER CHILLERS WITH J OR H3 COMPRESSORS)

FIG. 10 00305VIP

OVERVIEW Oil Pressure


Displays the pressure differential between the high side
This screen displays a cutaway view of the chiller oil pressure transducer (compressor bearing input) and
compressor, revealing the proximity probe sensor and the low side oil pressure transducer (oil sump). The
provides the capability of calibrating the proximity displayed value includes offset pressure derived from
probe sensor. auto-zeroing during the system prelube. If either of the
transducers used to calculate this differential is out of
Requires a login access level of SER- range, the display Þeld will show XX.X.
VICE. Service Technicians refer to
YORK Service Manual 160.54-M1 Calibration in Progress (LED)
for operation instructions and expla- Indicates that the calibration sequence is in progress.
nation of all programmable setpoints
and displayed values. Calibration Messages
These are text messages which step the user through the
DISPLAY ONLY calibration process and indicate its success or failure.

High Speed Thrust Bearing Proximity Position PROGRAMMABLE


Displays the distance between the high-speed thrust
collar and the proximity probe that is used to measure Enter Reference
the position. Service Technicians refer to YORK Service Manual
160.54-M1 for an explanation of this setpoint.
High Speed Thrust Bearing Proximity
Reference Position Start Calibration
Displays the presently deÞned offset reference position. This option is hidden after calibration has started.
This value is deÞned at the conclusion of a calibration Service Technicians refer to YORK Service Manual
sequence. 160.54-M1 for an explanation of this setpoint.

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Cancel Calibration shutdowns. Service Technicians refer to YORK Service


This option only becomes available after calibration Manual 160.54-M1 for a more detailed explanation.
has started. Service Technicians refer to YORK Service
Manual 160.54-M1 for an explanation of this setpoint.
NAVIGATION
Accept Calibration
This option only becomes available after the calibration Home
sequence is complete. Service Technicians refer to Access Level Required: VIEW
YORK Service Manual 160.54-M1 for an explanation Causes an instant return to the Home Screen. 2
of this setpoint.
Compressor
Fault Acknowledge Access Level Required: VIEW
This option is only displayed if a fault is present. Al- Return to the Compressor Screen.
lows clearing of High Speed Thrust Bearing related

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HOT GAS BYPASS SCREEN

FIG. 11 00467VIP

OVERVIEW

This screen displays a cutaway view of the Hot Gas Bypass Pre-rotation Vanes Position
Valve. All setpoints relating to Hot Gas Bypass control are Displays the position of the Pre-Rotation Vanes over the
maintained on this screen. Also, related Hot Gas Bypass range of 0% (closed) to 100% (fully open). Displayed
control parameters are displayed for reference. Through at XXX until calibration procedure is performed by
animation, the relative valve position is displayed. In ad- service technician.
dition, the valve can be manually operated.
Delta P/P
A parameter that represents system differential or
Requires access level of SERVICE. “Head”. It is calculated as [(condenser pressure – evapo-
rator pressure) / evaporator pressure]
Service Technicians refer to YORK
Service Manual 160.54-M1 for op-
Temperature Differential
eration instructions and explanation The difference between the Leaving Chilled Liquid Tem-
of all programmable setpoints and perature and the Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature
displayed values. Setpoint. It is calculated by subtracting the Leaving
Chilled Liquid temperature from the Leaving Chilled
Liquid Temperature Setpoint.
DISPLAY ONLY
Total Surge Count
Valve Position This is the total number of surge events that have been
Displays the position of the Hot Gas valve over the detected over the lifetime of the chiller. These are the
range of 0% (closed) to 100% (fully open). The valve surge events detected by the Surge Protection feature.
position is animated. When the actual position is 0% The surge events detected by the compressor Variable
to 19%, the valve is shown fully closed. When actual Speed Drive Adaptive Capacity Control Board are not
position is 20% to 39% the valve is shown 25% open. included in this total.
When actual position is 40% to 59%, the valve is shown
50% open. When actual position is 60% to 79%, the
valve is shown as 75% open. Positions greater than
79% shown as full open.
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Surge Detected (LED) Minimum Load


Illuminated for 5 seconds each time a surge is detected Service technicians refer to YORK Service Manual
by the Surge Protection feature. It does not illuminate 160.54-M1.
in response to surge events detected by the compressor
Variable Speed Drive Adaptive Capacity Control Board. Maximum Open
Flash Memory Card version C.MLM.01.05.xxx and later
Hot Gas Bypass Control Mode Service Technicians refer to YORK Service Manual
Indicates whether the Hot Gas Bypass is under automatic, 160.54-M1. 2
manual or override control. “Override” is displayed dur-
ing Minimum Load override conditions or when the [Hot Gas Bypass Control] Open (Manual)
Compressor Motor Variable Speed (if equipped) Drive This key puts the Hot Gas Bypass Control in manual
is running at less than maximum speed. mode and increases the valve position by 5%.

PROGRAMMABLE [Hot Gas Bypass Control] Close (Manual)


This key puts the Hot Gas Bypass Control in manual
Close Percentage
mode and decreases the valve position by 5%.
Service technicians refer to YORK Service Manual
160.54-M1.
[Hot Gas Bypass Control] Auto
Hold Period Returns the Hot Gas Bypass Control to automatic
Service technicians refer to YORK Service Manual mode.
160.54-M1.

Surge Sensitivity NAVIGATION


Flash Memory Card version C.MLM.01.04.xxx and earlier. Home
On SURGE PROTECTION Screen in later Flash Memory Access Level Required: VIEW
Card versions Causes an instant return to the Home Screen

Service technicians refer to YORK Service Manual Compressor


160.54-M1. Access Level Required: VIEW
Causes an instant return to the Compressor Screen

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SURGE PROTECTION SCREEN

FIG. 12 00469VIP

OVERVIEW

(Flash Memory Card version C.MLM.01.05.xxx and the COUNT WINDOW setpoint. If the chiller has been
later) running for less than the COUNT WINDOW minutes, it
is the number of surge events that have occurred within
This screen displays a cutaway view of the chiller the last number of minutes displayed as the SURGE
compressor and all parameters relating to the Surge WINDOW TIME. The count is cleared when the chiller
Protection feature. All setpoints relating to this feature shuts down.
are maintained on this screen.
Surge Detected (LED)
Illuminates for 5 seconds each time a surge is detected.
DISPLAY ONLY by the Surge Protection feature. It does not illuminate
in response to surge events detected by the compressor
Delta P/P Variable Speed Drive Adaptive Capacity Control Board.
A parameter that represents the system differential or
“Head pressure”. It is calculated as (condenser pressure Total Surge Count
– evaporator pressure) / evaporator pressure. Displays the total number of surge events detected over
the lifetime of the unit (up to a maximum of 65535).
Surge Window Time These are the surge events detected by the Surge Protec-
When the chiller enters run mode, this value counts tion feature. The surge events detected by the compressor
up to the time programmed as the COUNT WINDOW Variable Speed Drive Adaptive Capacity Control Board
setpoint. When it reaches the COUNT WINDOW min- are not included in this total.
utes, the number of surge events in the oldest minute is
discarded and the number of surge events in the most Extended Run Time Remaining
recent minute is added, thus providing a rolling count Displays the time remaining in the 10-minute “EX-
of the total surge events that have occurred in the last TENDED RUN” period. During this period, the Pre-
COUNT WINDOW minutes. This value is reset when rotation vanes are driven closed and “Warning – Surge
the chiller shuts down. Protection – Excess Surge Limit” is displayed. Refer
to operation under “Count Limit” below.
Surge Window Count
Displays the number of surge events that have oc-
curred in the last 1 to 5 minutes as programmed with

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PROGRAMMABLE equal to the COUNT LIMIT. If the SHUTDOWN setpoint


is Enabled, and the SURGE WINDOW COUNT exceeds
Shutdown (Enabled/Disabled) the COUNT LIMIT at the completion of this period, a
Access Level Required: OPERATOR safety shutdown is performed and “Surge Protection
Allows the user to select whether the chiller will shut- – Excess Surge” is displayed.
down or continue to run when an Excess Surge situation
has been detected. If the Hot Gas Bypass control is Enabled, the Hot gas
Bypass Valve position must be 100% before the Extended 2
If this setpoint is Enabled and the EXTENDED RUN Run mode is implemented. If the chiller is equipped
setpoint is Disabled, a safety shutdown is performed with a compressor motor Variable Speed Drive, output
when the SURGE WINDOW COUNT exceeds the frequency must be at full speed (50 Hz/60 Hz) before
COUNT LIMIT setpoint. the Extended Run mode is implemented. If the chiller
is equipped with both Hot Gas Bypass and compressor
If this setpoint is Enabled and the EXTENDED RUN motor Variable Speed Drive, both of the conditions must
setpoint is Enabled, a safety shutdown is performed if be met before Extended Run is implemented.
the SURGE WINDOW COUNT exceeds the COUNT
LIMIT setpoint at the completion of the 10 minute Ex- Count Window
tended Run period. Access Level Required: OPERATOR
Allows the user to deÞne the period of time (1 to 5
“Surge Protection – Excess Surge” is displayed with minutes; default 5;default 3 with Software version
either shutdown. C.MLM.01.09.xxx (and later) or C.OPT.01.09.301 (and
later)) in which the number of surge events (SURGE
If this setpoint is Disabled, refer to operation under WINDOW COUNT) are compared to the maximum al-
“Count Limit” below. lowed (COUNT LIMIT), for the purpose of detecting
an excess surge situation.
With Software version C.MLM.01.09.xxx (and later) or
C.OPT.01.09.301 (and later): Count Limit
Access Level Required: OPERATOR
• If equipped with a compressor Variable Speed
Allows the user to deÞne the maximum number of surge
Drive (VSD), the VSD output frequency must be
events (4 to 20; default 4 ;default 15 with Software ver-
at maximum before the SHUTDOWN feature is
sion C.MLM.01.09.xxx (and later) or C.OPT.01.09.301
implemented or surge warning messages are dis-
(and later)) that can occur within a deÞned period of
played.
time before an Excess Surge situation is detected. If the
• If equipped with a VSD and Hot Gas Bypass SURGE WINDOW COUNT exceeds the COUNT LIMIT,
(Enabled), the VSD output frequency must be at an Excess Surge situation has occurred.
maximum AND the Hot Gas Valve must be at 100%
before the SHUTDOWN feature is implemented or When an Excess Surge situation is detected, the action
surge warning messages are displayed. depends upon the following:
• If both the SHUTDOWN and EXTENDED RUN
Extended Run (Enabled/Disabled)
setpoints are Disabled, the chiller will continue to
Access Level Required: OPERATOR
run, displaying the message “Warning – Excess
Allows the user to select the surge correction/avoidance
Surge detected”. See Hot Gas Bypass and Vari-
EXTENDED RUN mode. This will be implemented
able Speed Drive exceptions above.
when an Excess surge situation is detected as follows:
Anytime the SURGE WINDOW COUNT exceeds the • If the SHUTDOWN setpoint is Enabled and the
COUNT LIMIT, the Pre-rotation vanes are driven closed EXTENDED RUN setpoint is Disabled, the chiller
for the next 10 minutes. While this load inhibit is in effect, will perform a safety shutdown and display “Surge
“Warning – Surge Protection – Excess Surge Limit’ is Protection – Excess Surge”. See Hot Gas Bypass
displayed. When 10 minutes have elapsed, the warning and Variable Speed Drive exceptions above.
message and load inhibit are automatically cleared,
provided the SURGE WINDOW COUNT is less than or
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• If the SHUTDOWN setpoint is Disabled and the Surge Sensitivity


EXTENDED RUN setpoint is Enabled, the Pre-ro- Access Level Required: SERVICE
tation Vanes are driven closed for 10 minutes and Allows the user to deÞne the surge detection sensitivity.
“Warning – Surge Protection – Excess Surge Limit” Selectable over the range of 0.3 to 1.3; default 0.3. The
is displayed. When the 10 minutes have elapsed, smaller the number, the greater the sensitivity.
if the SURGE WINDOW COUNT is less than or
equal to the COUNT LIMIT, this message and load Clear Surge Count
inhibit are automatically cleared. Alternating with Access Level Required: ADMIN
this message is “Warning – Excess Surge Detected” Allows user to set the Total Surge Count to zero.
that continues after the 10 minute period has elapsed
until manually cleared with the Warning Reset key.
NAVIGATION
See Hot Gas Bypass and Variable Speed Drive ex-
ception above. Home
• If both the SHUTDOWN and EXTENDED RUN Access Level Required: VIEW
setpoint are Enabled, the 10 minute Extended RUN Causes an instant return to the Home Screen
mode is invoked as described above. However, if the
Compressor
SURGE WINDOW COUNT exceeds the COUNT
Access Level Required: VIEW
LIMIT at the completion of the 10 minute extended
Causes an instant return to the Compressor Screen.
run period, a safety shutdown is performed and
“Surge Protection – Excess Surge” is displayed.
See Hot Gas Bypass and Variable Speed Drive
exceptions above.

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VARIABLE GEOMETRY DIFFUSER SCREEN

FIG. 12A LD09575

OVERVIEW Surge Detected (LED)


Illuminates for 5 seconds each time a surge is de-
(This feature applies to Software version tected.
C.MLM.01.10.xxx (and later) or C.OPT.01.10.302
(and later)) VGD Count
Displays the number of times the Stall Detector Board
This screen displays information pertinent to the VGD output voltage goes above the High Limit setpoint. The
operation. Also, the VGD can be manually controlled count can be cleared with in ADMIN access level us-
from this screen. ing the VGD Cycle Count key on the VGD Setpoints
Screen.
DISPLAY ONLY
VGD Time ( __Days __Hrs __Min __Sec)
Displays the accumulated time the Stall Detector Board
Stall Detector Voltage
output voltage is greater than the High Limit Setpoint
Displays the Stall Detector output voltage (x.xxVdc),
while the chiller is running.
as received by the Microboard.
Control Status
Pre-rotation Vanes Position
Displays the current state of the VGD control. The states
Displays the position of the Pre-rotation vanes over the
are: Stall Waiting, Stall Reacting, Probing, Surge React-
range of 0% (fully closed) to 100% (fully open). Dis-
ing, Surge Waiting, Hot Gas Override.
played as XXX until calibration procedure is performed
by Service Technician.
Time Remaining
While the VGD is in the Stall Waiting State, displays the
Diffuser Gap Close (LED)
time remaining in the “Probe Wait Time” interval (value
Illuminates when a close signal is being applied to the
programmed as the Probe Wait Time Setpoint).
VGD.
Diffuser Gap Control Mode
Diffuser Gap Open (LED)
Indicates whether the VGD is under manual or automatic
Illuminates when an open signal is being applied to the
control.
VGD.

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PROGRAMMABLE NAVIGATION

[VGD] Open (Manual) Home


This key puts the VGD in manual mode and sends an Access Level Required: VIEW
open command to the VGD. Causes an instant return to the Home Screen.

[VGD] Close (Manual) Compressor


This key puts the VGD in manual mode and sends a Access Level Required: VIEW 2
close command to the VGD. Causes an instant return to the compressor Screen.

[VGD] Hold (Manual) VGD Setpoints


This key puts the VGD in manual mode and sends a Access Level Required: SERVICE
hold command to the VGD. Move to the subscreen that allows programming of
the Variable Geometry Diffuser setpoints.

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VARIABLE GEOMETRY DIFFUSER SETPOINTS SCREEN

FIG. 12B LD09576

OVERVIEW

(This feature applies to Software version Diffuser Gap Open (LED)


C.MLM.01.10.xxx (and later) or C.OPT.01.10.302 Illuminates when an open signal is being applied to the
(and later)) VGD.

Surge Detected (LED)


The Variable Geometry Diffuser setpoints are maintained
Illuminates for 5 seconds each time a surge is de-
on this screen. All setpoints require a login access level
tected.
of Service. Service Technicians refer to YORK Service
Manual 160.54-M1 for operation and explanation of all
VGD Count
setpoints and displayed values.
Displays the number of times the Stall Detector Board
output voltage goes above the High Limit setpoint. The
DISPLAY ONLY count can be reset with an ADMIN access level using the
VGD Cycle Count key on the VGD Setpoints Screen.
Stall Detector Voltage
Displays the Stall Detector output voltage, as received VGD Time ( __Days __Hrs __Min __Sec)
by the Microboard. Displays the accumulated time the Stall Detector Board
output voltage is greater than the High Limit Setpoint
Pre-rotation Vanes Position while the chiller is running.
Displays the position of the Pre-rotation vanes over the
range of 0% (fully closed) to 100% (fully open). Dis- Control Status
played as XXX until calibration procedure is performed Displays the current state of the VGD control. The states
by Service Technician. are: Stall Waiting, Stall Reacting, Probing, Surge React-
ing, Surge Waiting, Hot Gas Override.
Diffuser Gap Close (LED)
Illuminates when a close signal is being applied to the Time Remaining
VGD. While the VGD is in the Stall Waiting State, displays the
time remaining in the “Probe Wait Time” interval (value
programmed as the Probe Wait Time Setpoint).

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PROGRAMMABLE Low Limit


(0.4-0.8vdc; default 0.6) – in the Stall Reacting State,
Surge React the VGD is driven closed until the Stall Detector Board
(1-30 seconds; default 5) - SpeciÞes the length of the output voltage decreases to this level.
close pulse applied to the VGD in response to a surge.
The minimum difference between the High Limit
PRV Offset setpoint and the Low Limit setpoint is 0.1 vdc. If a
(0-5%; default 3) – If the VGD control is in the Stall Low Limit setpoint is entered which is less than 0.1vdc 2
Waiting state and the Pre-rotation vanes position changes below the High Limit setpoint, the High Limit setpoint
by more than this value, the Probing state will be en- is adjusted so that it is 0.1vdc above the newly entered
tered. If the PRV Offset is set to 0%, the Stall Waiting Low Limit value.
state is performed based only on the “Probe Wait Time”
setpoint interval. VGD Count
Access Level required: ADMIN
Probe Wait Allows the user to clear the VGD Cycle Count.
(0.5-15 minutes; default 10) – SpeciÞes how long the
VGD control remains in the Stall Waiting or Surge Wait- NAVIGATION
ing states before entering the Probing state.
Home
Open Pulse Access Level Required: Service
(1-9 seconds; default 2) – SpeciÞes the length of the Causes an instant return to the Home Screen
open pulse applied to the VGD during 10 second periods
while in the Probing state. VGD Screen
Access Level Required: Service
High Limit Causes an instant return to the Variable Geometry Dif-
(0.5-1.2Vdc; default 0.8) – SpeciÞes the Stall Detec- fuser Screen
tor Board output voltage that represents an acceptable
amount of stall noise.

The minimum difference between the High Limit


setpoint and the Low Limit setpoint is 0.1 vdc. If a
Low Limit setpoint is entered which is less than 0.1vdc
below the High Limit setpoint, the High Limit setpoint
is adjusted so that it is 0.1vdc above the newly entered
Low Limit value.

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PRE-ROTATION VANES CALIBRATION SCREEN

FIG. 13 00307VIP

OVERVIEW Hot Gas PRV Voltage


(Flash Memory Card version C.MLM.01.01 or later)
This screen displays a cutaway view of the chiller com- Displays the Pre-Rotation Vanes position potentiometer
pressor, revealing the pre-rotation vanes and provides the feedback voltage when the Hot Gas feature is Enabled.
capability of calibrating the pre-rotation vanes for either
Variable Speed Drive or Hot Gas Bypass applications.
PROGRAMMABLE
Requires a login access level of SER-
Start Calibration
VICE. Service Technicians refer to This option is hidden after calibration has started.
YORK Ser vice Manual 160.54-M1 Service Technicians refer to YORK Service Manual
for operation instructions and expla- 160.54-M1 for an explanation of this setpoint.
nation of all programmable setpoints
and displayed values. Cancel Calibration
This option only becomes available after calibration
DISPLAY ONLY has started. Service Technicians refer to YORK Service
Manual 160.54-M1 for an explanation of this setpoint.
Pre-Rotation Vanes Opening (LED)
Indicates the vanes are opening. NAVIGATION

Pre-Rotation Vanes Closing (LED) Home


Indicates the vanes are closing. Access Level Required: VIEW
Causes an instant return to the Home Screen.
Calibration in Progress (LED)
Indicates the calibration sequence is in progress. Compressor
Access Level Required: VIEW
Calibration Messages Return to the Compressor Screen.
These are text messages which step the user through the
calibration process and indicate its success or failure.

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TO MAINTAIN FORMAT

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VSD TUNING SCREEN

FIG. 14 00468VIP

OVERVIEW Delta P/P


Displays a value based on the pressure differential
This screen displays a cutaway view of the chiller com- be tween the Evaporator and Condenser pressures.
pressor, revealing the pre-rotation vanes and provides [(Condenser – Evaporator) / Evaporator]
the capability of manually controlling the pre-rotation
vanes. Animation of the pre-rotation vanes indicates Pre-Rotation Vanes Control Mode
the pre-rotation vane position. In addition, this screen Indicates whether the vanes are under manual or auto-
allows manual control of the frequency command being matic control.
sent to the Variable Speed Drive.
[Pre-Rotation Vanes] Open (LED)
Indicates whether the vanes are in the process of
Requires a login access level of opening.
SERVICE. Service Technicians refer
to YORK Service Manual 160.54-M1 [Pre-Rotation Vanes] Close (LED)
for operation instructions and expla- Indicates whether the vanes are in the process of
nation of all programmable setpoints closing.
and displayed values.
Pre-Rotation Vane Position
This value displays the present position of the pre-ro-
DISPLAY ONLY tation vanes as a percentage between 0 and 100%.

Output Frequency [VSD] Command Frequency


Displays the Output Frequency reported by the Variable Displays the frequency value being sent to the Adaptive
Speed Drive. Capacity Control.

Temperature Differential [VSD] Frequency Control Mode (Manual / Auto)


Displays the differential between the Leaving Chilled Displays the present state of the command frequency
Liquid Temperature and Setpoint. control.

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Output Current – Phase A, B, C Decrease


(Flash Memory Card version C.MLM.01.05.xxx and This key puts the VSD frequency control into manual
later.) mode, and decreases the present command frequency
Displays the phase current measured to the motor. by the deÞned frequency increment. It will not lower
the value below one (1) Hz.
PROGRAMMABLE
[Pre-Rotation Vanes] Open (Manual)
Set This key puts the vane control into manual mode and 2
Allows manual programming of the command frequency sends an OPEN command to the contacts.
value. Manually programming this value will put the
VSD frequency control into manual mode. [Pre-Rotation Vanes] Close (Manual)
This key puts the vane control into manual mode and
Auto sends a CLOSE command to the contacts.
Following manual programming of the command fre-
quency, this returns the system to automatic control. [Pre-Rotation Vanes] Hold (Manual)
This key puts the vane control into manual mode and
Fixed sends a HOLD command to the contacts.
This key puts the VSD frequency control into Þxed speed
mode, and constantly sends the maximum frequency to [Pre-Rotation Vanes] Auto
the Variable Speed Drive control. Returns Vane Control to automatic mode.

Incr Amount
NAVIGATION
DeÞnes the amount by which the Increase and Decrease
commands will modify the present VSD command
frequency. Home
Access Level Required: VIEW
Increase Causes an instant return to the Home Screen.
This key puts the VSD frequency control into manual
mode, and increases the present command frequency Compressor
by the deÞned frequency increment. It will not raise the Access Level Required: VIEW
value above the maximum allowed frequency. Return to the Compressor Screen.

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OIL SUMP SCREEN

FIG. 15 00309VIP

OVERVIEW Oil Pump Run Output (LED)


Indicates whether the Oil Pump is being commanded
This screen displays a close-up of the chiller oil sump to operate.
and provides all the necessary setpoints for maintaining
the Variable Speed Oil Pump (VSOP). In addition, this Oil Return Solenoid (LED)
screen allows manual control of the frequency com- Indicates whether the solenoid is energized.
mand sent to the VSOP.
Oil Heater (LED – Variable Speed Oil Pump Only)
DISPLAY ONLY Indicates whether the oil heater output is energized.

Oil Sump Temperature Oil Seal Lubrication Time Remaining


Displays the temperature of the oil in the sump. Access Level Required: SERVICE
If a seal lubrication is in progress, this will display the
Sump Oil Pressure (LOP)
amount of time remaining in the lubrication process.
Displays the low side Oil Pressure measured at the
Service Technicians refer to YORK Service Manual
sump.
160.54-M1.
Pump Oil Pressure (HOP)
Displays the high side Oil Pressure measured at the Next Oil Seal Lubrication
compressor bearing input. Access Level Required: SERVICE
This display will show the time remaining until the next
Oil Pressure seal lubrication when this function is enabled. Service
Displays the pressure differential between the high side Technicians refer to YORK Service Manual 160.54-
oil pressure transducer (output of oil Þlter) and the low M1.
side oil pressure transducer (compressor housing). The
displayed value includes offset pressure derived from Target / Setpoint Oil Pressure (Variable Speed Oil
auto-zeroing during the system prelube. (Refer to expla- Pump Only)
nation of auto-zeroing under the Compressor screen). If The Variable Speed Oil Pump (VSOP), if installed, op-
either of the transducers used to calculate this differential erates to control to a deÞned Oil Pressure value. Dur-
is out of range, the display Þeld will show XX.X. ing prelube, and for the Þrst 15 seconds after prelube,
this setpoint value is 45.0 PSID. During this time, this
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Þeld will display the target value. After 15 seconds, cians refer to YORK Service Manual 160.54-M1.
this value will display the user-programmed setpoint Control Period (Variable Speed Oil Pump Only)
Oil Pressure. Access Level Required: SERVICE
By default, the automatic VSOP control algorithm op-
Pulldown Time Remaining erates every 300ms. This key allows the user to specify
(Variable Speed Oil Pump Only) the control period in multiples of 300ms. Service Tech-
Displays the time remaining until the user-programmed nicians refer to YORK Service Manual 160.54-M1.
Oil Pressure setpoint is used. 2
Variable Speed Oil Pump Speed Control:
Variable Speed Oil Pump Control Mode
(Variable Speed Oil Pump Only) Set
Indicates whether the variable speed oil pump speed is Access Level Required: SERVICE
under manual or automatic control. This key allows the user to specify a Þxed manual speed
at which the VSOP will run.
Oil Pump Drive Command Frequency Raise
(Variable Speed Oil Pump Only) Access Level Required: SERVICE
Displays the actual Speed Command being sent to the This key puts the VSOP control into Manual Mode and
VSOP. This value could be the result of automatic con- increments the present Speed Command by 0.5 Hz.
trol based on the Oil Pressure setpoint, or the result of
a manual speed command. Lower
Access Level Required: SERVICE
Manual Oil Pump Operation Time Left This key puts the VSOP control into Manual Mode and
Displays the time remaining in the 10-minute manual decrements the present Speed Command by 0.5 Hz.
oil pump operation described below.
Auto
Access Level Required: SERVICE
This key returns the VSOP to Automatic Mode where
PROGRAMMABLE
control is based on the Oil Pressure setpoint.
Standby Lube (Enabled / Disabled) Manual Pump
Access Level Required: SERVICE Access Level Required: OPERATOR
Allows the user to enable or disable the standby lube This key puts the Oil Pump control in Manual Mode and
operation. When enabled, this function causes the Oil forces it to RUN. The Oil Pump is limited to running for
Pump to operate for a period of two (2) minutes at 24- a maximum of ten (10) minutes. If a longer running time
hour intervals from when the oil pump was last run for is desired, this key must be pressed again. Manual Oil
at least 2 minutes. Service Technicians refer to YORK Pump control is disabled (and the button hidden) during
Service Manual 160.54-M1. system prelube, system run, proximity probe calibration,
seal lubrication, and system coastdown.
Pressure Setpoint (Variable Speed Oil Pump Only)
Access Level Required: SERVICE NAVIGATION
The Variable Speed Oil Pump (VSOP) operates to control Home
to a deÞned Oil Pressure value. This key allows the user to Access Level Required: VIEW
deÞne the setpoint for the VSOP control. Service Techni- Causes an instant return to the Home Screen.

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ELECTRO-MECHANICAL STARTER SCREEN

FIG. 16 00310VIP

OVERVIEW PROGRAMMABLE

This screen displays all information pertaining to an Local Motor Current Limit
Electro-Mechanical Starter. Access Level Required: OPERATOR
Allows the user to specify the maximum allowed mo-
DISPLAY ONLY tor current (as a percentage of FLA). When the motor
current reaches this value, the pre-rotation vanes will
Motor Run (LED) not be permitted to open further. If the motor current
Indicates whether the digital output from the controls rises above this value, the pre-rotation vanes will close
is commanding the motor to RUN. to reduce the current to this value.
Motor Current % Full Load Amps
Pulldown Demand Limit
Displays the motor current as a percentage of the Full
Access Level Required: OPERATOR
Load Amps (FLA) value. For the Electro-Mechanical
Allows the user to specify the current limit value (as a
Starter this is the data returned by the CM-2 board.
percentage of FLA) to which the chiller will be limited
Current Limit Setpoint during the speciÞed pulldown limit time. This value will
Displays the current limit value in use. This value could override the Motor Current Limit value during this time
come from a 0-20mA, 4-20mA, 0-10VDC or 2-10VDC period. This function is used to provide energy savings
input in Analog Remote mode, PWM signal in Digital following chiller start-up.
Remote mode, MicroGateway interface in ISN mode,
or a locally programmed value. Pulldown Demand Time
Access Level Required: OPERATOR
Pulldown Demand Time Left Allows the user to set a period of time for which the
Displays the time remaining in the programmed pull- pulldown demand limit will be in effect after the chiller
down period if the value is nonzero. starts.

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NAVIGATION

Home
Access Level Required: VIEW
Causes an instant return to the Home Screen.

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MOD “A” SOLID STATE STARTER SCREEN

FIG. 17 00311VIP

OVERVIEW Voltage - Phase A, B, C


Display the 3-phase input line voltage values being read
This screen displays all information pertaining to the from the Solid State Starter.
Mod “A” Solid State Starter.
Current - Phase A, B, C
Display the 3-phase motor current values being read
DISPLAY ONLY from the Solid State Starter.
Motor Run (LED)
PROGRAMMABLE
Indicates whether the digital output from the controls is
commanding the motor to RUN. Local Motor Current Limit
Access Level Required: OPERATOR
Motor Current % Full Load Amps
Allows the user to specify the maximum allowed mo-
Displays the motor current as a percentage of the Full
tor current (as a percentage of FLA). When the motor
Load Amps (FLA) value. For the Solid State Starter this
current reaches this value, the pre-rotation vanes will
is the data returned by the Starter Logic board.
not be permitted to open further. If the motor current
Current Limit Setpoint rises above this value, the pre-rotation vanes will close
Displays the current limit value in use. This value could to reduce the current to this value.
come from a 0-20mA, 4-20 mA, 0-10VDC or 2-10VDC
Pulldown Demand Limit
input in Analog Remote mode, PWM signal in Digital
Access Level Required: OPERATOR
Remote mode, MicroGateway interface in ISN mode,
Allows the user to specify the current limit value (as a
or a locally programmed value.
percentage of FLA) to which the chiller will be limited
Pulldown Demand Time Left during the speciÞed pulldown limit time. This value will
Displays the time remaining in the programmed pull- override the Motor Current Limit value during this time
down period if the value is nonzero. period. This function is used to provide energy savings
following chiller start-up.
Scale/Model
Display information about the Liquid Cooled-Solid State Pulldown Demand Time
Starter Rating and the maximum allowed Full Load Access Level Required: OPERATOR
Amps. Allows the user to set a period of time for which the
pulldown demand limit will be in effect after the chiller
starts.
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Full Load Amps Current Unbalance Check (Enabled / Disabled)


Access Level Required: SERVICE Access Level Required: SERVICE
DeÞne the maximum amps at which the motor can op- Allows the user to control whether the logic checks for
erate. This value is viewable when logged in under the current unbalance and initiates a shutdown as a result.
Operator or View access level. Service Technicians refer Service Technicians refer to YORK Service Manual
to YORK Service Manual 160.54-M1. 160.54-M1.

Supply Voltage Range NAVIGATION 2


Access Level Required: SERVICE
Home
Allows the user to select a speciÞc voltage range for volt-
Access Level Required: VIEW
age checking. When not disabled, this line voltage range
Causes an instant return to the Home Screen.
is used to determine a low line and high line voltage
threshold for initiating a shutdown. Service Technicians
refer to YORK Service Manual 160.54-M1.

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MOD “B” SOLID STATE STARTER SCREEN

FIG. 18 00359VIP

OVERVIEW kW Hours
Displays the cumulative amount of kilowatts used over
This screen displays all information pertaining to the time.
Mod “B” Solid State Starter.
Starter Model
DISPLAY ONLY Displays the Solid State Starter model that is applied to
the chiller. Starter Models are 7L, 14L, 26L or 33L.
Motor Run (LED)
Indicates whether the digital output from the controls is Voltage – Phase A, B, C
commanding the motor to RUN. Displays the 3-phase input line voltage measured by the
Solid State Starter.
Motor Current % Full Load Amps
Displays the motor current as a percentage of the Full Current – Phase A, B, C
Load Amps (FLA) value. Displays the 3-phase motor current values measured by
the Solid State Starter.
Current Limit Setpoint
Displays the current limit in use. This value could come Temperature – Phase A, B, C
from a 0-20mA, 4-20mA, 0-10VDC or 2-10VDC input Displays the temperatures of the Silicon Controlled
in Analog Remote Mode, PWM signal in Digital Remote RectiÞer assemblies.
Mode, MicroGateway interface in ISN remote Mode or
a locally programmed value in Local Mode. PROGRAMMABLE

Pulldown Demand Time Left Local Motor Current Limit


Displays the time remaining in the programmed pull- Access Level Required: OPERATOR
down period.
Allows the user to specify the maximum allowed motor
Input Power current (as percentage of FLA). When the motor current
Displays the Kilowatts measured by the Solid State reaches this value, the Pre-rotation Vanes will not be
Starter. permitted to open further. If the motor rises above this

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value, the Pre-rotation Vanes will close to reduce the Starting Current
current to this value. Access Level Required: SERVICE
DeÞnes the maximum allowed motor starting amps. The
Pulldown Demand Limit Solid State Starter will limit the motor starting current
Access Level Required: OPERATOR to this value. Service technicians refer to YORK Service
Allows the user to specify the current limit value (as a manual 160.54-M1.
percentage of FLA) to which the chiller will be limited
during the speciÞed pulldown time. This value will Open SCR (Enabled/Disabled)
override the Motor Current Limit value during this time Access Level Required: SERVICE
period. This function is used to provide energy savings Allows the user to enable or disable the Solid State Starter
following chiller start. Open SCR safety detection. This must never be disabled 2
unless under advisement of the YORK Factory. Service
Pulldown Demand Time Technicians refer to YORK Service Manual 160.54-
Access Level Required: OPERATOR M1.
Allows the user to set a period of time for which the Shorted SCR (Enabled/Disabled)
pulldown demand limit will be in effect after the chiller (Flash Memory Card version C.MLM.01.04b or later)
starts. Access Level required: SERVICE
Allows the user to enable or disable the Solid State
Full Load Amps Starter Shorted SCR safety detection. This must never
Access Level Required: SERVICE be disabled unless under advisement of the York
DeÞnes the maximum amps at which the motor can oper- Factory. Service Technicians refer to YORK Service
ate. This value is viewable when logged in at Operator Manual 160.54-M1.
or View access level. Service technicians refer to YORK
Service Manual 160.54-M1. kWH Reset
Access Level Required: SERVICE
Voltage Range Allows the user to reset the cumulative Kilowatt Hours.
Access Level Required: SERVICE Service technicians refer to YORK Service Manual
Allows the user to select speciÞc line voltage range for 160.54-M1.
voltage checking. When not disabled, this line voltage
NAVIGATION
range is used to determine a low line and high line volt-
age threshold for initiating a shutdown. Service Techni- HOME
cians refer to YORK Service Manual 160.54-M1. Access Level Required: VIEW
Causes an instant return to the HOME Screen.

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VARIABLE SPEED DRIVE SCREEN

FIG. 19 00312VIP

OVERVIEW Output Frequency


Displays the present output frequency to the motor.
This screen displays information pertaining to a Variable
Speed Drive (VSD). Output Current - Phase A, B, C
Displays the phase current measured to the motor.
DISPLAY ONLY

Motor Run (LED) Input Power


Indicates whether the digital output from the controls is Displays the total Kilowatts measured by the VSD or
commanding the motor to RUN. Harmonic Filter, if installed.

Motor Current % Full Load Amps kW Hours


Displays the motor current as a percentage of the Full Displays the cumulative amount of kilowatts used over
Load Amps (FLA) value. time as the VSD motor controller operates.
Current Limit Setpoint Pre-Rotation Vane Position
Displays the current limit value in use. This value could Displays the pre-rotation vane position as a value be-
come from a 0-20mA, 4-20 mA, 0-10VDC or 2-10VDC tween 0 and 100%.
input in Analog Remote mode, PWM signal in Digital
Remote mode, MicroGateway interface in ISN mode, Harmonic Filter Data (Harmonic Filter
or a locally programmed value. installed only)
Pulldown Demand Time Left
Displays the time remaining in the programmed pull- Supply kVA
down period if the value is nonzero. Displays the supply kva measured by the Þlter.

Output Voltage Total Power Factor


Displays the output voltage measured to the motor. Displays the relationship between the Input Power and
the Supply kVA.

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Voltage Total Harmonic Distortion - (L1, L2, L3) kWH Reset


Displays the Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) for each Access Level Required: SERVICE
of the voltage lines as calculated by the Þlter. Allows the user to reset the cumulative Kilowatt Hours
to zero (0). Service Technicians refer to YORK Service
Supply Current Total Demand Distortion - Manual 160.54-M1.
(L1, L2, L3)
Displays the Total Dynamic Distortion (TDD) for each Filter Inhibit (Harmonic Filter installed only)
of the supply current lines as calculated by the Þlter. Access Level Required: SERVICE
Disable the Þlter logic from activating, although the
PROGRAMMABLE system will still communicate with the device. Only
available when chiller is stopped.
2
Local Motor Current Limit
Access Level Required: OPERATOR
Allows the user to specify the maximum allowed mo- NAVIGATION
tor current (as a percentage of FLA). When the motor
current reaches this value, the pre-rotation vanes will Home
not be permitted to open further. If the motor current Access Level Required: VIEW
rises above this value, the pre-rotation vanes will close Causes an instant return to the Home Screen.
to reduce the current to this value.
VSD Details
Pulldown Demand Limit Access Level Required: VIEW
Access Level Required: OPERATOR Moves to the sub-screen which provides more infor-
Allows the user to specify the current limit value (as a mation about the Variable Speed Drive.
percentage of FLA) to which the chiller will be limited
during the speciÞed pulldown limit time. This value will ACC Details
override the Motor Current Limit value during this time Access Level Required: SERVICE
period. This function is used to provide energy savings Moves to the sub-screen which provides more infor-
following chiller start-up. mation about the Adaptive Capacity Control.

Pulldown Demand Time Filter Details (Harmonic Filter installed only)


Access Level Required: OPERATOR Access Level Required: VIEW
Allows the user to set a period of time for which the Moves to the sub-screen which provides more infor-
pulldown demand limit will be in effect after the chiller mation about the Harmonic Filter.
starts.

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VARIABLE SPEED DRIVE DETAILS SCREEN


(STYLE D VSD AND VSD WITH PART NUMBER 371-03789-XXX (503 HP 60 HZ; 410HP 50 HZ))

FIG. 20 LD09096

OVERVIEW Pulldown Demand Time Left


Displays the time remaining in the programmed pull-
This screen displays more detailed information per- down period if the value is nonzero.
taining to a Variable Speed Drive (VSD). Flash memory
Card version C.MLM.01.08.xxx and later is required Water Pump Output (LED)
for VSD part number 371-03789-xxx (503HP 60Hz; Indicates whether the relay controlling the water pump
419HP 50Hz). Service Technicians refer to YORK output is energized.
Service Manual 160.54-M1 for operation instructions
and explanation of all programmable setpoints and Precharge Relay Output (LED)
displayed values. Indicates whether the relay controlling the precharge
output is energized.
DISPLAY ONLY
Trigger SCR Output (LED)
Motor Run (LED) Indicates whether the relay controlling the trigger SCR
Indicates whether the digital output from the controls is output is energized.
commanding the motor to RUN.
DC Bus Voltage
Motor Current % Full Load Amps Displays the DC Bus voltage as reported by the VSD.
Displays the motor current as a percentage of the Full
Load Amps (FLA) value. For the Variable Speed Drive DC Inverter Link Current
this is the data returned by the VSD Logic board. Displays the DC Inverter link current as reported by
the VSD.
Current Limit Setpoint
Internal Ambient Temperature
Displays the current limit value in use. This value could
Displays the ambient temperature inside the VSD cab-
come from a 0-20mA, 4-20mA, 0-10VDC or 2-10VDC
inet as reported by the VSD.
input in Analog Remote mode, PWM signal in Digital
Remote mode, MicroGateway interface in ISN mode, Converter Heatsink Temperature
or a locally programmed value. Displays the heatsink temperature of the converter as
reported by the VSD.

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Heatsink Temperature - Phase A, B, C Pulldown Demand Limit


(Labeled “Baseplate Temperatures” on VSD with part Access Level Required: OPERATOR
number 371-03789-xxx (503HP 60Hz; 419HP 50Hz). Allows the user to specify the current limit value (as a
Displays the heatsink (baseplate) temperature of each percentage of FLA) to which the chiller will be limited
of the 3-phase voltage regulators as reported by the during the speciÞed pulldown limit time. This value will
VSD. override the Motor Current Limit value during this time
period. This function is used to provide energy savings
VSD Model following chiller start-up.
Access Level Required: SERVICE
Displays the Horsepower conÞguration of the Variable Pulldown Demand Time
Speed Drive control. Access Level Required: OPERATOR
2
Allows the user to set a period of time for which the
100% Full Load Amps pulldown demand limit will be in effect after the chiller
Displays the full load amps value as reported by the starts.
VSD.
NAVIGATION
PROGRAMMABLE
Home
Local Motor Current Limit Access Level Required: VIEW
Access Level Required: OPERATOR Causes an instant return to the Home Screen.
Allows the user to specify the maximum allowed mo-
tor current (as a percentage of FLA). When the motor VSD
current reaches this value, the pre-rotation vanes will Access Level Required: VIEW
not be permitted to open further. If the motor current Returns to the VSD Screen.
rises above this value, the pre-rotation vanes will close
to reduce the current to this value.

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VARIABLE SPEED DRIVE DETAILS SCREEN


(VSD WITH PART NUMBER 371-02767-XXX (60 HZ) OR 371-03700-XXX (50 HZ))

FIG. 21 00665VIP

OVERVIEW Water Pump Output (LED)


Indicates whether the relay controlling the water pump
This screen displays more detailed information per- output is energized.
tain ing to a Variable Speed Drive (VSD). Service
Technicians refer to YORK Service Manual 160.54- Precharge Relay Output (LED)
M1 for operation instructions and explanation of all Indicates whether the relay controlling the precharge
programmable setpoints and displayed values. output is energized.

DISPLAY ONLY Trigger SCR Output (LED)


Indicates whether the relay controlling the trigger SCR
Motor Run (LED) output is energized.
Indicates whether the digital output from the controls is
commanding the motor to RUN. DC Bus Voltage
Displays the DC Bus voltage as reported by the VSD.
Motor Current % Full Load Amps
Displays the motor current as a percentage of the Full DC Inverter Link Current
Load Amps (FLA) value. For the Variable Speed Drive Displays the DC Inverter link current as reported by
this is the data returned by the VSD Logic board. the VSD.

Internal Ambient Temperature


Current Limit Setpoint Displays the ambient temperature inside the VSD cab-
Displays the current limit value in use. This value could inet as reported by the VSD.
come from a 0-20mA, 4-20mA, 0-10VDC or 2-10VDC
input in Analog Remote mode, PWM signal in Digital Converter Heatsink Temperature
Remote mode, MicroGateway interface in ISN mode, Displays the heatsink temperature of the converter as
or a locally programmed value. reported by the VSD.

Pulldown Demand Time Left Baseplate Temperature


Displays the time remaining in the programmed pull- Displays the Baseplate temperature of the 3-phase volt-
down period if the value is nonzero. age regulators as reported by the VSD.

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VSD Model percentage of FLA) to which the chiller will be limited


Access Level Required: SERVICE during the speciÞed pulldown limit time. This value will
Displays the Horsepower conÞguration of the Variable override the Motor Current Limit value during this time
Speed Drive control. period. This function is used to provide energy savings
following chiller start-up.
100% Full Load Amps
Displays the full load amps value as reported by the Pulldown Demand Time
VSD. Access Level Required: OPERATOR
Allows the user to set a period of time for which the
pulldown demand limit will be in effect after the chiller
PROGRAMMABLE
starts.
2
Local Motor Current Limit
Access Level Required: OPERATOR NAVIGATION
Allows the user to specify the maximum allowed mo-
tor current (as a percentage of FLA). When the motor Home
current reaches this value, the pre-rotation vanes will Access Level Required: VIEW
not be permitted to open further. If the motor current Causes an instant return to the Home Screen.
rises above this value, the pre-rotation vanes will close
to reduce the current to this value. VSD
Access Level Required: VIEW
Pulldown Demand Limit Returns to the VSD Screen.
Access Level Required: OPERATOR
Allows the user to specify the current limit value (as a

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ADAPTIVE CAPACITY CONTROL DETAILS SCREEN

FIG. 22 00314VIP

OVERVIEW

This screen displays more detailed information per- Pulldown Demand Time Left
taining to a Adaptive Capacity Control (ACC). Displays the time remaining in the programmed pull-
down period if the value is nonzero.
Requires a login access level of
SERVICE. Service Technicians refer VSD Output Frequency
to YORK Service Manual 160.54-M1 Displays the frequency at which the VSD is operating
for operation instructions and expla- the motor.
nation of all programmable setpoints
Pre-Rotation Vane Position
and displayed values.
Displays the pre-rotation vane position as a value be-
DISPLAY ONLY tween 0 and 100%.

Motor Run (LED) Surge Count


Indicates whether the digital output from the controls is The total number of surge conditions detected by the
commanding the motor to RUN. Adaptive Capacity Control. The surge events detected
by the Surge Protection feature are not included in this
Motor Current % Full Load Amps total.
Displays the motor current as a percentage of the Full
Load Amps (FLA) value. For the Variable Speed Drive Delta P/P
this is the data returned by the VSD Logic board. The value calculated by the Condenser and Evaporator
pressures as reported by the Adaptive Capacity Control.
Current Limit Setpoint
Displays the current limit value in use. This value could
come from a 0-20mA, 4-20mA, 0-10VDC or 2-10VDC
input in Analog Remote mode, PWM signal in Digital
Remote mode, MicroGateway interface in ISN mode,
or a locally programmed value.

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PROGRAMMABLE ACC Auto Map Print (Enabled / Disabled)


The chiller monitors the ACC communications and
Local Motor Current Limit when a surge point is mapped, a short report of system
Allows the user to specify the maximum allowed mo- parameters is printed. When this function is active, all
tor current (as a percentage of FLA). When the motor other printing capability is disabled.
current reaches this value, the pre-rotation vanes will
not be permitted to open further. If the motor current ACC Map Report
rises above this value, the pre-rotation vanes will close The chiller requests the entire surge map from the ACC.
to reduce the current to this value. As the map is received, the parameters for each point
are printed.
Pulldown Demand Limit
2
Allows the user to specify the current limit value (as a Surge Map Clear
percentage of FLA) to which the chiller will be limited This key instructs the ACC to clear all of the surge points
during the speciÞed pulldown limit time. This value will presently mapped. This key will require conÞrmation of
override the Motor Current Limit value during this time its selection by entry of a special password. USE WITH
period. This function is used to provide energy savings CAUTION.
following chiller start-up.
NAVIGATION
Pulldown Demand Time Home
Allows the user to set a period of time for which the Access Level Required: VIEW
pulldown demand limit will be in effect after the chiller Causes an instant return to the Home Screen.
starts.
VSD
Stability Limit Access Level Required: VIEW
Adjusting this value modiÞes the pre-rotation vane con- Returns to the VSD Screen.
trol algorithm when used in conjunction with an ACC.

Surge Margin Adjust


When the ACC maps a surge point, it will begin to
adjust the chiller command frequency and vane con-
trols at a certain “margin” from the mapped point. This
programmable value allows the service technician to
modify the “margin” at which these adjustments will
begin to take place.

Manual Surge Point


This key will force the ACC to map a surge detection
at the present operating conditions. Mapping a point at
these conditions will cause the ACC to make adjust-
ments to the command frequency in the future in order
to prevent the chiller from operating at the conditions
mapped. USE WITH CAUTION.

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HARMONIC FILTER DETAILS SCREEN


(Style D VSD and VSD with part number 371-03789-xxx (503HP 60Hz; 419HP 50Hz]

FIG. 23 00315VIP

OVERVIEW Operating Mode (Run / Stop)


Indicates whether the Harmonic Filter is operating.
This screen displays more detailed information per-
taining to the IEEE-519 Harmonic Filter. Flash memory VSD Model
Card version C.MLM.01.08.xxx and later is required Access Level Required: SERVICE
for VSD part number 371-03789-xxx (503 HP 60Hz; Displays the horsepower for which the attached Har-
419 HP 50Hz). monic Filter is conÞgured.

DISPLAY ONLY DC Bus Voltage


Displays the DC Bus voltage as measured by the Har-
Motor Run (LED) monic Filter.
Indicates whether the digital output from the controls
is commanding the motor to RUN. Supply Contactor (LED)
Indicates whether the output to the Supply Contactor
Motor Current % Full Load Amps is energized.
Displays the motor current as a percentage of the Full
Load Amps (FLA) value. For the Variable Speed Drive Precharge Contactor (LED)
this is the data returned by the VSD Logic board. Indicates whether the output to the Precharge Contactor
is energized.
Current Limit Setpoint Phase Rotation
Displays the current limit value in use. This value could Displays the phase rotation detected by the Harmonic
come from a 0-20mA, 4-20mA, 0-10VDC or 2-10VDC Filter (A, B, C or C, B, A)
input in Analog Remote mode, PWM signal in Digital
Remote mode, MicroGateway interface in ISN mode, Total Supply kVA
or a locally programmed value. Displays the total supply Kilovolt-Amps measured by
the Harmonic Filter.
Pulldown Demand Time Left
Displays the time remaining in the programmed pull-
down period if the value is nonzero.

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Heatsink Temperature PROGRAMMABLE


(Labeled “Baseplate Temperatures” on VSD with part
number 371-03789-xxx (503HP 60Hz; 419HP 50Hz). Local Motor Current Limit
Displays the temperature of the Harmonic Heatsink Access Level Required: OPERATOR
(baseplate). Allows the user to specify the maximum allowed mo-
tor current (as a percentage of FLA). When the motor
Voltage Peak (N-L1, N-L2, N-L3) current reaches this value, the pre-rotation vanes will
Displays the 3-phase peak voltages as measured by the not be permitted to open further. If the motor current
Harmonic Filter (Neutral to Line). rises above this value, the pre-rotation vanes will close
to reduce the current to this value.
RMS Voltage (L1-L2, L2-L3, L3-L1)
2
Displays the 3-phase RMS Voltages across each line. Pulldown Demand Limit
Access Level Required: OPERATOR
Voltage Total Harmonic Distortion (L1, L2, L3) Allows the user to specify the current limit value (as a
Displays the 3-phase voltage Total Harmonic Distortion percentage of FLA) to which the chiller will be limited
(THD) measurements. during the speciÞed pulldown limit time. This value will
override the Motor Current Limit value during this time
RMS Filter Current (L1, L2, L3) period. This function is used to provide energy savings
Displays the 3-phase Filter current values as measured following chiller start-up.
by the Harmonic Filter.
Pulldown Demand Time
Supply Current Total Demand Distortion Access Level Required: OPERATOR
(L1, L2, L3) Allows the user to set a period of time for which the
Displays the 3-phase Current Total Demand Distortion pulldown demand limit will be in effect after the chiller
(TDD) measurements. starts.

RMS Supply Current (L1, L2, L3) NAVIGATION


Displays the 3-phase RMS Voltages across each line. Home
Access Level Required: VIEW
Causes an instant return to the Home Screen.

VSD
Access Level Required: VIEW
Returns to the VSD Screen.

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HARMONIC FILTER DETAILS SCREEN


(VSD WITH PART NUMBER 371-02767-XXX (60 HZ) OR 371-03700-XXX (50 HZ))

FIG. 24 00664VIP

OVERVIEW Operating Mode (Run / Stop)


Indicates whether the Harmonic Filter is operating.
This screen displays more detailed information per-
taining to the IEEE-519 Harmonic Filter. VSD Model
Access Level Required: SERVICE
DISPLAY ONLY Displays the horsepower for which the attached Har-
monic Filter is conÞgured.
Motor Run (LED)
Indicates whether the digital output from the controls DC Bus Voltage
is commanding the motor to RUN. Displays the DC Bus voltage as measured by the Har-
monic Filter.
Motor Current % Full Load Amps
Displays the motor current as a percentage of the Full Supply Contactor (LED)
Load Amps (FLA) value. For the Variable Speed Drive Indicates whether the output to the Supply Contactor
this is the data returned by the VSD Logic board. is energized.

Current Limit Setpoint Precharge Contactor (LED)


Displays the current limit value in use. This value could Indicates whether the output to the Precharge Contactor
come from a 0-20mA, 4-20mA, 0-10VDC or 2-10VDC is energized.
input in Analog Remote mode, PWM signal in Digital Phase Rotation
Remote mode, MicroGateway interface in ISN mode, Displays the phase rotation detected by the Harmonic
or a locally programmed value. Filter (A, B, C or C, B, A)
Pulldown Demand Time Left Total Supply kVA
Displays the time remaining in the programmed pull- Displays the total supply Kilovolt-Amps measured by
down period if the value is nonzero. the Harmonic Filter.

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Baseplate Temperature tor current (as a percentage of FLA). When the motor
Displays the temperature of the Harmonic Filter Base- current reaches this value, the pre-rotation vanes will
plate. not be permitted to open further. If the motor current
rises above this value, the pre-rotation vanes will close
Voltage Peak (N-L1, N-L2, N-L3) to reduce the current to this value.
Displays the 3-phase peak voltages as measured by the
Harmonic Filter (Neutral to Line). Pulldown Demand Limit
Access Level Required: OPERATOR
RMS Voltage (L1-L2, L2-L3, L3-L1) Allows the user to specify the current limit value (as a
Displays the 3-phase RMS Voltages across each line. percentage of FLA) to which the chiller will be limited
during the speciÞed pulldown limit time. This value will
2
Voltage Total Harmonic Distortion (L1, L2, L3) override the Motor Current Limit value during this time
Displays the 3-phase voltage Total Harmonic Distortion period. This function is used to provide energy savings
(THD) measurements. following chiller start-up.

RMS Filter Current (L1, L2, L3) Pulldown Demand Time


Displays the 3-phase Filter current values as measured Access Level Required: OPERATOR
by the Harmonic Filter. Allows the user to set a period of time for which the
pulldown demand limit will be in effect after the chiller
Supply Current Total Demand Distortion starts.
(L1, L2, L3)
Displays the 3-phase Current Total Demand Distortion NAVIGATION
(TDD) measurements. Home
Access Level Required: VIEW
RMS Supply Current (L1, L2, L3) Causes an instant return to the Home Screen.
Displays the 3-phase RMS Voltages across each line.
VSD
PROGRAMMABLE Access Level Required: VIEW
Returns to the VSD Screen.
Local Motor Current Limit
Access Level Required: OPERATOR
Allows the user to specify the maximum allowed mo-

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SETPOINTS SCREEN

FIG. 25 00316VIP

OVERVIEW
This screen provides a convenient location for pro- the Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature Cycling Offset
gramming the most common setpoints involved in the – Restart to the Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature
chiller control. This screen also serves as a gateway to – Setpoint.
a sub-screen for deÞning the setup of general system
parameters. Current Limit Setpoint
DISPLAY ONLY (Flash Memory Card version C.MLM.01.01 or later)
Displays the active Current Limit setpoint. In Local
Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature - Setpoint mode, this is the locally programmed Current Limit
Displays the present setpoint to which the chiller is oper- setpoint. In ISN remote mode, this is the setpoint re-
ating whether controlled remotely or locally. This value ceived from the MicroGateway interface. In Analog re-
could come from a 0-20 mA, 4-20 mA, 0-10VDC or 2- mote mode, this is the setpoint received via 0-10VDC,
10VDC input in Analog Remote mode, PWM signal in 2-10VDC, 0-20mA or 4-20mA input. In Digital remote
Digital Remote mode, MicroGateway interface in ISN mode, this is the Pulse width Modulation signal input.
mode, or a locally programmed value.
PROGRAMMABLE
Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature Cycling -
Shutdown Local Leaving Chilled Liquid Tem per a ture -
Displays the Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature at Range Access Level Required: OPERATOR
which the chiller will shut down to avoid over-cooling This is the range over which an analog signal (0-20
the building. This value is calculated by subtracting the mA, 4-20 mA, 0-10VDC or 2-10VDC) in Analog Re-
Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature Cycling Offset mote Mode or a digital signal (PWM) in Digital remote
– Shutdown from the Leaving Chilled Liquid Tem- mode can reset the Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature
perature – Setpoint. If this value is below the absolute setpoint above the operator programmed Base Setpoint
minimum allowed shutdown temperature the minimum (see below). Programmable as either 10°F or 20°F, with
value is displayed. a default of 20°F, it is added to the BASE value to cre-
ate a range over which the remote device can reset the
Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature Cycling –
setpoint. For example, if this setpoint is programmed for
Restart
10°F and the operator programmed value is 45°F, then
Displays the Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature at which
the remote device can set the Leaving Chilled Liquid
the chiller will restart after it has shut down due to over-
Temperature setpoint over the range 45.0°F - 55.0°F.
cooling temperature. This value is calculated by adding
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Local Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature - start when this temperature is reached. This setpoint can
Setpoint be used to reduce chiller cycling by delaying the chiller
Access Level Required: OPERATOR restart until the cooling load has increased.
This value allows the user to deÞne the Leaving Chilled
Liquid Temperature that is to be maintained by the chiller. Remote Analog Input Range
It is programmable over the range of 38.0°F to 70.0°F (Flash Memory Card version C.MLM.01.01 or later)
(water) or 10.0°F to 70.0°F (brine). If Smart Freeze is Access Level Required: OPERATOR
enabled, the range is 36.0°F to 70.0°F (water). A remote This setpoint deÞnes, for the Control center, the remote
device can provide an analog signal (0-20 mA, 4-20 signal range applied for remote reset of the Leaving
mA, 0-10VDC or 2-10VDC) in Analog Remote mode, Chilled Liquid temperature Setpoint and Current Limit
or PWM signal in Digital Remote mode that changes Setpoint in ANALOG remote mode. If the remote signal 2
the setpoint by creating an offset above the operator is 0-10VDC or 0-20mA, this setpoint must be programmed
programmed BASE Leaving Chilled Liquid Tempera- for 0-10VDC. If the remote signal is 2-10VDC or 4-20mA,
ture setpoint. This offset may be deÞned up to 10.0°F this setpoint must be programmed for 2-10VDC.
or 20.0°F above the BASE setpoint (see the Remote Motor Current Limit
Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature Setpoint Range Access Level Required: OPERATOR
description above). Additionally, MicroGateway (in ISN Allows the user to specify the maximum allowed mo-
Remote mode) can deÞne the setpoint through a serial tor current (as a percentage of FLA). When the motor
data stream. In this case, the incoming setpoint is not an current reaches this value, the pre-rotation vanes will
offset that is applied to the locally programmed BASE not be permitted to open further. If the motor current
setpoint value, but rather is the setpoint value itself. rises above this value, the pre-rotation vanes will close
Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature to reduce the current to this value.
Cycling Offset - Shutdown
Access Level Required: OPERATOR Pulldown Demand Limit
This value allows the user to specify the Leaving Chilled Access Level Required: OPERATOR
Liquid Temperature at which the chiller will shut down Allows the user to specify the current limit value (as
on a LEAVING CHILLED LIQUID – LOW TEM- a percentage of Full Load Amps) to which the chiller
PERATURE cycling shutdown. This is done by deÞning will be limited during the speciÞed pulldown limit time.
an offset below the Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature This value will override the Motor Current Limit value
setpoint. It is programmable over a range of 1°F to 64°F during this time period. This function is used to provide
below the setpoint, to a minimum cutout of 36°F (water), energy savings following chiller start-up.
34°F (water with Smart Freeze enabled) or 6°F (brine).
Pulldown Demand Time
It establishes the minimum allowed temperature for the
Access Level Required: OPERATOR
Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature and prevents over-
Allows the user to set a period of time for which the
cooling of the building. Anytime the Leaving Chilled
pulldown demand limit will be in effect after the chiller
Liquid Temperature setpoint is increased, the shutdown
starts.
threshold is 36.0°F (water) or 6.0°F (brine) for the next
ten (10) minutes. If Smart Freeze is enabled, the thresh- Print
old is 34.0°F for the next 10 minutes. After ten (10) Access Level Required: VIEW
minutes have elapsed, the shutdown threshold becomes Generates Setpoints print report.
the programmed setpoint value.

Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature NAVIGATION


Cycling Offset - Restart
Home
Access Level Required: OPERATOR
Access Level Required: VIEW
This value allows the user to specify the Leaving Chilled
Causes an instant return to the Home Screen.
Liquid Temperature at which the chiller will restart af-
ter a shutdown on a LEAVING CHILLED LIQUID Setup
– LOW TEMPERATURE cycling shutdown. This is Access Level Required: VIEW
done by deÞning an offset above the Leaving Chilled Moves to the sub-screen allowing setup of general
Liquid Temperature setpoint. It is programmable over a system parameters.
range of 0°F to 70°F above the setpoint, to a maximum
restart value of 80°F. The chiller will automatically re-
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SETUP SCREEN

FIG. 26 LD09577

OVERVIEW

This screen is the top level of the general conÞguration Power Failure Restart:
parameters. It allows programming of the time and Displays Manual or Automatic
date, along with speciÞcations as to how the time will
be displayed (12 or 24 hour format). In addition, the Liquid Type:
chiller conÞguration, as determined by the state of the Displays Water or Brine
Microboard Program Jumpers and Program Switches
is displayed. A qualiÞed Service Technician, follow- Coastdown:
ing instructions in YORK Service Manual 160.54-M1, Displays Standard (150 seconds) or Enhanced (15
establishes this conÞguration per the desired operation. minutes – Steam Turbine applications)
This screen also serves as a gateway to more sub-screens
for deÞning general system parameters. Pre-Run:
Displays Standard (50 seconds) or Extended (180
seconds)
DISPLAY ONLY
Oil Pump Package:
031-01730-000 Microboard
Displays Fixed Speed or Variable Speed
Chilled Liquid Pump Operation:
Power Line Frequency (VSD only):
Displays Standard or Enhanced
Displays 60 Hz or 50 Hz
Motor Type:
Displays Fixed Speed or Variable Speed 031-02430-000 Microboard

Refrigerant Selection: Refrigerant Selection


Displays R-22 or R134a Displays R22 or R134a
Anti-Recycle:
Displays Disabled or Enabled Liquid Type
Displays Water or Brine

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PROGRAMMABLE 031-02430-000 Microboard only


Change Settings
Set Date Access Level Required: OPERATOR or higher
Access Level Required: OPERATOR Used to enter the following setpoints. Pressing this key
Allows the user to specify the present date. This value is places a green selection box around the Þrst changeable
critical to logging system shutdowns accurately and for setpoint. The access level determines which setpoints
utilizing the scheduling capabilities. When prompted to can be changed. Use the ▲ and ▼ keys to place the
enter a date value, the user must enter the day, month, selection box around the desired setpoint. With the 2
and four-digit year (using leading zeroes as necessary). setpoint selected, press the ENTER (√) key. A dialog
If within range, the value will be accepted. If out of box appears with the range of settings.
range, the user is prompted for the information again.
At this point the user may retry the date entry, or cancel Chilled Liquid Pump Operation
the programming attempt. Access Level Required: SERVICE
Allows a Service Technician to select chilled liquid
Set Time pump control contacts (I/O Board TB2-44/45) operation
Access Level Required: OPERATOR as either Standard or Enhanced. Service Technicians
Allows the user to specify the present time. This value refer to YORK Service Manual 160.54-M1.
is critical to logging system shutdowns accurately and
for utilizing the scheduling capabilities. When prompted Motor Drive Type
to enter a time value, the user must enter the hour and Access Level Required: SERVICE Allows a Service
minute desired (using leading zeroes as necessary). If Technician to enter the applied compressor motor type
the chiller is presently set to 24-hour mode, the time as either electro-mechanical (EM), Solid State Starter
must be entered in the 24-hour format. Otherwise, the (SSS-Mod A), Solid State starter (SSS – Mod B), Vari-
user must also select AM or PM for the entered time. If able Speed Drive-60Hz or Variable Speed Drive-50Hz.
out of range, the user is prompted for the information Service Technicians refer to YORK Service manual
again. At this point the user may retry the time entry, or 160.54-M1.
cancel the programming attempt.
Anti-Recycle
Clock (Enabled / Disabled) Access level Required: SERVICE
Access Level Required: OPERATOR Allows a Service Technician to Enable or Disable the
Allows the user to enable or disable the real-time clock in anti-recycle timer. Service Technicians refer to YORK
order to conserve battery life. The clock will be disabled Service manual 160.54-M1.
during manufacturing and must be enabled at system com-
missioning. In addition, when preparing for prolonged Power Failure Restart
shutdown the clock should once again be disabled. Access Level Required: OPERATOR
Allows the user to select Manual or Automatic restart
after power failure.
12/24 Hr
Access Level Required: OPERATOR
Coastdown
Allows the user to specify the format in which the time
Access Level Required: SERVICE
will be presented to the user. This setpoint will affect the
Allows a Service Technician to select either Standard
display of the time on the chiller panel and on all reports
(150 seconds) or Enhanced 15 minutes–Steam Turbine
generated. 12-Hour time format will include the AM and
applications). Service Technicians refer to YORK Ser-
PM modiÞers and show the range of time between 1:00
vice manual 160.54-M1.
and 12:59, while the 24-Hour time format will show the
range of time between 0:00 and 23:59.
Pre-Run
Access Level Required: SERVICE
Allows Service Technician to select either Standard (30
seconds) or Extended (180 seconds)

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NAVIGATION Printer
Access Level Required: VIEW
Home Moves to the sub-screen allowing conÞguration and
Access Level Required: VIEW control of printer functions.
Causes an instant return to the Home Screen.
Schedule Sales Order
Access Level Required: VIEW Access Level Required: VIEW
Moves to the sub-screen allowing deÞnition of the chiller Moves to the sub-screen displaying the Sales Order
operation schedule. information for the chiller system.

Diagnostics Operations
Access Level Required: SERVICE Access Level Required: VIEW
Moves to the sub-screen allowing limited diagnostic Moves to the sub-screen displaying operating parameters
capability while operating. Refer to YORK Service of the chiller system.
Manual 160.54-M1
User
Comms Access Level Required: VIEW
Access Level Required: VIEW Moves to the sub-screen allowing conÞguration of user
Moves to the sub-screen allowing conÞguration of sys- preferences.
tem communications.

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SCHEDULE SCREEN

FIG. 27 00331VIP

OVERVIEW of each week the schedule for the next week is created
by combining the standard week deÞnition and the next
The schedule screen contains more programmable deÞned exception week. The schedule is then updated
values than a normal display screen. As such, each as each of the exception weeks “shifts down”, leaving a
programmable value is not linked to a speciÞc button. new, blank exception week in the 6th week slot.
Instead the Select key is used to enable the cursor arrows
which are used to highlight the day and the start or stop DISPLAY ONLY
time the user wishes to modify. At this point the user None
may press the ‘!’ (Check) key to program the Start /
Stop times for that day. PROGRAMMABLE

In order for the Start / Stop combination to be utilized, Standard Week Start/Stop Times
each Start time must have a corresponding Stop time Access Level Required: OPERATOR
which occurs later in the day. The presently programmed For each day of the week, the user may specify a time
schedule for a given day can be cancelled by setting for the chiller to start and a time for the chiller to stop.
both the Start time and Stop time to 12:00AM. If the The times speciÞed in this entry week will be used as
Start time equals the Stop time (with any time other the default for every week of chiller operation.
than 12:00AM), the chiller is OFF for that day. If the
user desires the chiller to operate continuously through Exception Start/Stop Times
several days, the Stop time of Day 1 can be set to 11: Access Level Required: OPERATOR
59 PM and the Start time of Day 2 can be set to 12:00 For each day of the week, the user may specify a time
AM. The chiller will not stop but continue to operate for the chiller to start and a time for the chiller to stop.
until the stop of Day 2. These Start / Stop combinations may be scheduled up to
Þve (5) weeks in advance and also for the present week.
The user has the ability to deÞne a standard set of Start / As each week goes by, the new schedule will be created
Stop times which are utilized every week. The user may for the present week using the Exception speciÞcation
then specify exception Start / Stop combinations for any in combination with the Standard week deÞnition, as
day of the week up to 6 weeks in advance. At the end described above.

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Schedule (Enabled / Disabled) Places a selection box around a start time for a given day.
Access Level Required: OPERATOR Use ◄ , ► , ▲ or ▼ cursor arrows to place the box
Allows the user to enable or disable the monitoring func- around the desired start or stop time for a given day.
tion which enforces the scheduled starting and stopping
of the chiller. Print
Access Level Required: VIEW
Repeat Sunday Schedule Generates a Schedule print report.
Access Level Required: OPERATOR
Duplicates the schedule deÞned for Sunday for the NAVIGATION
remainder of the standard weekdays.
Home 2
Reset All Exception Days
Access Level Required: VIEW
Access Level Required: OPERATOR
Causes an instant return to the Home Screen.
Deletes all programming for exception days within the
next 6 weeks.
Setup
Select Access Level Required: VIEW
Access Level Required: OPERATOR Return to the previous setup screen.

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USER SCREEN

FIG. 28 00317VIP

OVERVIEW
Custom User ID (4)
This screen allows deÞnition of custom User ID’s and
Access Level Required: SERVICE
matching passwords. This allows the building admin-
This allows the user to specify up to four (4) Custom User
istrator to assign custom passwords to those who are
ID values. Each user ID will then require a corresponding
authorized to maintain the chiller.
Password and User Level. A User ID can be deÞned for
Each Custom User value is not linked to a speciÞc button. various maintenance personnel. Service Technicians refer
Instead, the Change button is pressed which enables the to YORK Service Manual 160.54-M1.
cursor arrows which are used to highlight the Custom
User parameter the user wishes to modify. At this point Custom User Password (4)
the ‘!’ (Check) button is pressed and the value may Access Level Required: SERVICE
be entered. This allows the user to specify up to four (4) Custom
Password values. Each Password will then require a cor-
DISPLAY ONLY responding User ID and User Level. Service Technicians
None refer to YORK Service Manual 160.54-M1.

PROGRAMMABLE Custom User Access Level (4)


Access Level Required: SERVICE
System Language This allows the user to specify up to four (4) Custom User
Access Level Required: OPERATOR Access Levels. Each Access Level will then require a cor-
Allows the user to deÞne the language for all Screens. responding Password and User ID. Service Technicians
The desired language is selected by scrolling through the refer to YORK Service Manual 160.54-M1.
list of those available. English is the Default language
and is selected by pressing the ▲ key when the dialog NAVIGATION
box appears during the selection process. The selected
language will not be displayed until after the user Home
navigates from the USER Screen to another Screen. Access Level Required: VIEW
Causes an instant return to the Home Screen.
English / Metric Units
Access Level Required: OPERATOR Setup
DeÞne the unit system (English or Metric) used by the Access Level Required: VIEW
chiller display. Return to the Setup Screen.

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COMMS SCREEN

FIG. 29 00470VIP

OVERVIEW Printer Data Bit(s)


(Screen shown from all applications equipped with Flash DeÞne the number of data bits with which the panel shall
Memory Card version C.MLM.01.05.xxx and later. communicate to the printer.
Screen layout from earlier versions slightly different.) Printer Parity Bit(s)
This screen allows deÞnition of the necessary com- DeÞne the number of parity bits with which the panel
munications parameters. Refer to PRINTER Section shall communicate to the printer.
of this book for details of the Printer connections and Printer Stop Bit(s)
setup. Presently, there are no COM 2 communications DeÞne the number of stop bits with which the panel shall
features available. communicate to the printer.
DISPLAY ONLY COM 2 Baud Rate
DeÞne the baud rate at which the panel shall commu-
None nicate through the modem port.
PROGRAMMABLE
COM 2 Data Bit(s)
Chiller ID DeÞne the number of data bits with which the panel shall
Access Level Required: OPERATOR communicate to the modem port.
DeÞne the numeric chiller ID when used within an ISN COM 2 Parity Bit(s)
network of chillers. This ID number is also printed at DeÞne the number of parity bits with which the panel
the top of reports obtained with a local printer. shall communicate through the modem port.
Printer Setup and COM 2 Setup COM 2 Stop Bit(s)
Access Level Required: OPERATOR DeÞne the number of stop bits with which the panel shall
Pressing either key places a green selection box around communicate through the modem port.
the Þrst changeable parameter. Use the ▲ and ▼ keys
to place the selection box around the desired parameter NAVIGATION
to be changed. With the selection box around the desired Home
parameter, press the ENTER ‘!’ key. A dialog box is Access Level Required: VIEW
displayed permitting data entry. Causes an instant return to the Home Screen.
Printer Baud Rate Setup
DeÞne the baud rate at which the panel shall commu- Access Level Required: VIEW
nicate to the printer. Return to the Setup Screen.

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PRINTER SCREEN

FIG. 30 00319VIP

OVERVIEW Printer Type


Access Level Required: SERVICE
This screen allows deÞnition of the necessary commu- DeÞne the printer type connected to the chiller sys-
nications parameters for the printer. Refer to PRINTER tem.
section of this book for details of the Printer connections
and setup. ACC Auto Map Print (Enabled / Disabled)
Access Level Required: SERVICE
DISPLAY ONLY Only available if the chiller system utilizes a Variable
Speed Drive motor controller. The chiller monitors
Time Remaining Until Next Print the ACC communications and when a surge point is
Displays the time until the next print log will occur, if mapped, a short report of system parameters is printed.
the function is enabled. When this function is active, all other printing capability
PROGRAMMABLE is disabled.

Log Start Time ACC Map Report


Access Level Required: OPERATOR Access Level Required: SERVICE
Set the time at which scheduled print logs will begin. Only available if the chiller system utilizes a Variable
Speed Drive motor controller. The chiller requests the
Output Interval entire surge map from the ACC. As the map is received,
Access Level Required: OPERATOR the parameters for each point are printed.
DeÞne the interval at which log printing will occur.
Automatic Printer Logging (Enabled / Disabled) Print Report
Access Level Required: OPERATOR Access Level Required: OPERATOR
Enable the printer to begin printing status reports be- Select the report type to print when the Print Report key is
ginning at the programmed start time and recurring at selected. This can vary from Status report (present system
the interval deÞned above. parameters), Setpoints report (present value of the system
setpoints), Schedule report (present value of the system
schedule times), or a Sales Order Data report (informa-
tion provided on the Sales Order screen). A print report
is generated upon completion of selection.

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Print All Histories


Access Level Required: OPERATOR
Generate a report of the system data at the time of all
stored shutdowns.

NAVIGATION
Home
Access Level Required: VIEW
Causes an instant return to the Home Screen. 2
Setup
Access Level Required: VIEW
Return to the Setup Screen.

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SALES ORDER SCREEN

FIG. 31 00320VIP

OVERVIEW Information
Factory deÞned description of the condenser and evapo-
This screen allows deÞnition of the sales order parameters. rator conÞguration at time of shipment.
The Commissioning date is entered by the YORK Service
Technician at the time of chiller commissioning. These Nameplate Information
values should never be changed or entered by anyone Factory deÞned information about the chiller motor
other than a qualiÞed Service Technician. Entry instruc- conÞguration.
tions are included in the YORK Service Manual 160.54-
M1. The remainder of the values are entered at the YORK PROGRAMMABLE
Factory during the manufacturing of the chiller. Commissioning Date
Access Level Required: SERVICE
DISPLAY ONLY
Define the date at which the chiller was commis-
Model Number sioned.
Factory deÞned model number of the chiller system. Job Name and Location
Panel Serial Number Access Level Required: SERVICE
Factory deÞned serial number for the micropanel. Factory deÞned job name and location the chiller is
destined for.
Chiller Serial Number
Factory deÞned serial number for the chiller system. Print
Access Level Required: VIEW
YORK Order Number This generates a listing of the Sales Order data
Factory deÞned order number under which the chiller
was sold. NAVIGATION
System Information Home
Factory deÞned conditions for which the chiller was Access Level Required: VIEW
originally rated and sold. Causes an instant return to the Home Screen.
Condenser and Evaporator Design Load Setup
Access Level Required: VIEW
Return to the Setup Screen.
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OPERATIONS SCREEN

FIG. 32 LD09578

OVERVIEW Operating Hours


Access Level Required: ADMIN
This screen allows deÞnition of general parameters hav- Displays the total accumulated run time of the chiller.
ing to do with the operation of the chiller. This may be reprogrammed to a desired value (generally
DISPLAY ONLY when this value has been reset due to a Microboard re-
placement), but should not be done so arbitrarily.
Chiller Run Time
(Flash memory Card version C.MLM.01.04 or later) Hot Gas Control (Enabled/Disabled)
Access level required: SERVICE
Displays the amount of time the chiller has been running Enables and disables the optional Hot gas Bypass Con-
since the last start signal was received. Value is reset to trol feature.
zero when the chiller enters Coastdown. It remains at
zero while shutdown and during “System Prelube”. Refrigerant Level Control (Enabled / Disabled)
Access Level Required: SERVICE
PROGRAMMABLE Enables and Disables the Refrigerant Level Control
Feature.
Control Source
Access Level Required: OPERATOR Flow Switch
(Style F and later chillers equipped with Flash Memory
DeÞne whether the control of the chiller will be Local, Card version C.MLM.01.08.xxx and later)
Digital Remote, Analog Remote, Modem Remote or Access Level Required: SERVICE
ISN Remote. Used to enter the applicable Flow Switch type. Style F
Number of Starts and later chillers could be equipped with either Paddle-
Access Level Required: ADMIN type or Thermal-Type Flow sensors. The actual type
Displays the number of the starts the chiller has initiated. installed must be entered to allow the program to read
This may be reprogrammed to a desired value, (generally the correct input. Key is only displayed if Style F chiller
when this value has been reset due to a Microboard re- is selected with the Chiller Style/Compressor Setpoint
placement), but should not be done so arbitrarily. below. The Service Technicians refer to YORK Service
Manual 160.54-M1.

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VGD (Enabled/Disabled) NAVIGATION


(Software version C.MLM.01.10.xxx (and later) or
C.OPT.01.10.302 (and later)) Access Level Required: Home
SERVICE Enables and disables the Variable Geometry Access Level Required: VIEW
Diffuser feature. If equipped with this feature, it should Causes an instant return to the Home Screen.
be enabled. Otherwise, it should be disabled. Setup
Access Level Required: VIEW
Chiller Style/Compressor Return to the Setup Screen.
(Flash Memory Card version C.MLM.01.07.xxx and
later)
Access Level Required: SERVICE
2
Used to enter the chiller style/compressor combina-
tion. Once the applicable chiller style/compressor com-
bination is entered, the program controls the chiller per
the requirements of the entered chiller style and com-
pressor. Service Technicians refer to YORK Service
Manual 160.54-M1.

Edit Phone Numbers


(Flash Memory Card version C.MLM.01.05.xxx and
later)
Access Level Required: SERVICE
Displays up to two service phone numbers. The Regional
service phone number is displayed as the Þrst number.
Although the label and number can be changed appro-
priately, the default for this entry is “York Int’l North
American Toll Free Number 1-800-861-1001”. The
Local service phone number is displayed as the second
number. Although blank by default, the appropriate label
and number can be entered by a Service Technician. Ser-
vice Technicians refer to Service Manual 160.54-M1.

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HISTORY SCREEN

FIG. 33 00661VIP

OVERVIEW Last Ten Faults


This window displays a chronological listing (most
This screen allows the user to browse through the faults. recent Þrst) of the date and time and the description of
In order to get a more thorough reporting of the system the last ten safety or cycling shutdowns that occur while
conditions at the time of the recorded shutdown, move the system is running or stopped.
to the sub-screen HISTORY DETAILS.
PROGRAMMABLE
The user may use the Select Fault button to select the Print History
history to view. At this point the View Details but- Access Level Required: VIEW
ton is used to jump to a sub-screen containing stored This generates a report listing the status of the chiller
chiller parameters values at the time of the shutdown. parameters at the time of the selected shutdown.
Additionally, the Print History button can be used to
generate a hard-copy report of the parameter values at Print All Histories
the time of the shutdown. Access Level Required: VIEW
This generates a report listing the status of the chiller
DISPLAY ONLY parameters at the time of each of the stored shutdowns.

Last Normal Shutdown NAVIGATION


This window displays the date and time and the descrip-
tion of the last normal shutdown. A normal shutdown Home
is deÞned as: Access Level Required: VIEW
- Local (Panel rocker switch) Causes an instant return to the Home Screen.
- Remote (Digital, Analog or ISN)
View Details
Last Fault While Running Access Level Required: VIEW
This window displays the date and time and the de- Causes a move to a sub-screen containing the value of
scription of the last safety or cycling shutdown while select chiller parameters at the time of the associated
the system was running. shutdown.

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Trending Security Log


Access Level Required: VIEW (Flash memory Card version C.MLM.01.06 and later
Causes a move to a sub-screen allowing the user to view and "P" compressors C.MLM.04.02 and later)
trending data on selected chiller parameters. Access Level Required: SERVICE
Causes a move to a sub-screen allowing the user to view
Custom View a record of the last 75 setpoint changes.
(Flash memory Card version C.MLM.01.04 or later)
Access Level required: VIEW
Causes a move to a sub-screen allowing the user to view
the Custom Setup Screen.
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HISTORY DETAILS SCREEN

FIG. 34 00660VIP

OVERVIEW
Page Down
This screen allows the user to see an on-screen printout Access Level Required: VIEW
of all the system parameters at the time of the selected Scroll down in the displayed data (if applicable).
shutdown. Not all screens are shown above. The number
of screens required to display all of the data varies ac- Print History
cording to type of motor starter and options applied. Access Level Required: VIEW
This generates a report listing the status of the chiller
DISPLAY ONLY parameters at the time of the selected shutdown.

History Printout NAVIGATION


This is the on-screen printout of the system parame-
ters. Home
Access Level Required: VIEW
PROGRAMMABLE Causes an instant return to the Home Screen.

Page Up History
Access Level Required: VIEW Access Level Required: VIEW
Scroll up in the displayed data (if applicable). Causes a return to the History Screen.

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SECURITY LOG SCREEN

FIG. 35 00662VIP

OVERVIEW New Value


Displays the value that was entered at the time of the
(This screen only available with Flash Memory Card setpoint change.
version C.MLM.01.06.xxx and later)
PROGRAMMABLE
This screen displays a listing of the last 75 setpoint
changes. They are listed and numbered in reverse order
in which they were changed, with the most recent listed Log Entry
as number 1. Multiple pages are necessary to display Allows the user to select a particular setpoint change
all 75 changes. Not all setpoints are logged. Service for detail viewing.
technicians refer to list in YORK Service Manual Print
160.54-M1. Generates a detailed report of all setpoint changes listed
in the setpoint change log.
The details of any setpoint change can be viewed by
Page Up
navigating to a subscreen that displays the date and time
Scroll up in the displayed data (if applicable).
of the change, Access Level and USER ID used to make
the change, the old setpoint value and the new setpoint Page Down
value. Scroll down in the displayed data (if applicable).
Requires a login access level of
NAVIGATION
SER VICE.
Home
Access level Required: SERVICE
Causes an instant return to the Home Screen.
DISPLAY ONLY History
Access Level Required: SERVICE
Category Causes an instant return to the History Screen.
Displays the category of the setpoint (motor, evaporator, View Details
condenser, etc.) Access Level required: SERVICE
Setpoint Causes a move to a sub-screen containing the details of
Displays the setpoint that was changed. the setpoint change selected with the Log Entry key.

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SECURITY LOG DETAILS SCREEN

FIG. 36 00663VIP

OVERVIEW Access Level


Displays the Login Access Level used to make the
(This screen only available with Flash memory Card setpoint change.
version C.MLM.01.06.xxx and later)
This screen allows the user to view the details of a logged User ID
setpoint change, selected from the list on the Security Displays the login User ID used to make the setpoint
Log Screen. The date and time the setpoint was changed, change.
the new and old setpoint value and access level and user
ID used to make the change are displayed. The data on Old Value
this screen can be printed. Displays the previous setpoint value.

Requires a login access level of New Value


Displays the value entered at the time of the setpoint
SER VICE.
change.

PROGRAMMABLE

Print
DISPLAY ONLY
Generates a report of change parameters displayed on
this screen.
Description
Displays the setpoint/category that was changed.
NAVIGATION
Time
Displays the time the setpoint was changed. Home
Access Level Required: SERVICE
Date Causes an instant return to the Home Screen
Displays the date the setpoint was changed.
Security Log
Access Level Required: SERVICE
Causes an instant return to the Security Log Screen.
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CUSTOM VIEW SCREEN

FIG. 37 00324VIP

OVERVIEW NAVIGATION
(Flash memory Card version C.MLM.01.04 or later) Home
This screen allows up to 10 Service Technician selected Access Level Required: VIEW
parameters to be displayed. These parameters are se-
Causes an instant return to the Home Screen.
lected from a list on the Custom View Setup Screen.
This allows the Service Technician to display parameters
pertinent to a particular problem during troubleshooting. History
At completion of the service call, the display can be Access Level Required: VIEW
cleared or the parameters can be left there for monitor- Causes an instant return to the History Screen.
ing by operations personnel.
Setup
DISPLAY ONLY
Access Level Required: SERVICE
None Causes a jump to the sub-screen that allows selection of
the parameters to be displayed.
PROGRAMMABLE
Print
Access Level Required: VIEW
This generates a listing of the parameters displayed on
this screen.

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CUSTOM VIEW SETUP

FIG.38 00325VIP

OVERVIEW places a green colored selection box around Custom Slot


1. If it is desired to change an already entered parameter,
(Flash memory Card version C.MLM.01.04 or later)
use the 5 and 6 keys to place the selection box around
This screen allows the Service technician to select up to
the slot number to be changed. With the selection box
10 parameters for display on the Custom View Screen.
around the slot number to be changed or entered, press
Requires a login access level of SER- the ENTER (‘!’) key. A dialog box is displayed permit-
VICE. Service Technicians refer to ting data entry. Using the numeric keypad keys, enter the
YORK Service Manual 160.54-M1 desired slot number and press the ENTER (‘!’) key.
for operation instructions and expla- Custom Slot (1-10)
nation of all programmable setpoints Use the Select key and numeric keypad keys as described
and displayed values. above and enter the slot number from Slot Numbers
list. Setting the Slot number to zero clears the display
DISPLAY ONLY of this slot number.
Slot Numbers Clear Display
Lists the available parameters that can be displayed. Pressing this key clears all selected parameters from the
The desired parameters for display are selected from Custom View screen.
this list.
NAVIGATION
PROGRAMMABLE
Home
Page Up
Access Level Required: VIEW
Scroll up through list of available parameters.
Causes a return to the Home Screen.
Page Down
Custom View
Scroll down through list of available parameters.
Access Level Required: SERVICE
Select Causes a return to the Custom View Screen.
First use the Page Up and Page Down keys to scroll
through the Slot Numbers list and note the number of
the parameter(s) to be displayed. Pressing the Select key
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TREND SCREEN

FIG. 39 00472VIP

OVERVIEW is less than the Y-Axis label minimum for that parameter,
the value will be plotted at the minimum value. Simi-
As many as six Operator selected parameters (Data larly, if the actual value is greater than the Y-Axis label
Points) can be plotted in an X/Y graph format. The X- maximum for that parameter, the value will be plotted
Axis is scaled per the selected Data Collection Interval at the maximum value.
and displayed in a time of day or elapsed time format,
as selected with the X-axis toggle key. The Y-Axis is There are three types of charts that can be created: ONE
scaled for each parameter per the selected minimum and SCREEN, CONTINUOUS or TRIGGERED (not appli-
maximum value for each parameter. Analog parameters cable to Flash Memory Card version C.MLM.01.04.xxx
are scaled in pressure, temperature, volts, amps, hertz and earlier). When plotting reaches the end of the X-axis,
or time. Digital on/off parameters are scaled as zero if ONE SCREEN is selected, trending stops and data is
(off) and one (on). Only one Y-Axis label is displayed frozen. If CONTINUOUS is selected, the oldest data is
at a time. The Y-Axis Toggle Key is used to toggle the dropped from the left-hand side of the graph at the next
Y-Axis labels through the different parameters. The Y- collection interval. Thereafter, the oldest data is dropped
Axis label that is being displayed is identiÞed at the top from the left hand-side of the graph at each data collection
of the graph. For identiÞcation, each plotted parameter interval. If TRIGGERED is selected, data collection can
and associated Y-Axis labeling is color coordinated. be set to start or stop based upon the selected TRIGGER
On compressor applications other than “P” com- ACTION (START or STOP). If START is selected,
pressors, if equipped with Flash Memory Card version data collection will not begin until the Triggers have
C.MLM.01.04.xxx and earlier, all trended Data Points been satisÞed and any selected TRIGGER DELAY has
are displayed simultaneously. On all “P” compres- elapsed. Data collection will stop at the completion of
sor applications or other compressor applications one screen of data as with the ONE SCREEN. If STOP
that are equipped with Flash Memory Card version is selected, data collection will not stop until the Triggers
C.MLM.01.05.xxx and later, the DATA SELECT key have been satisÞed and any selected TRIGGER DELAY
is used to display all trended Data Points simultaneously has elapsed.
or select a single Data Point for display.
If a power failure occurs while the trending is running,
The parameters are sampled at the selected Data Col- the trending is stopped. Upon restoration of power, the
lection Interval and plotted using 450 data points across last screen of data that was collected will be displayed
the X-Axis. If the actual value of the sampled parameter on the trending screen. The START key must be pressed
to initiate a new trend screen.
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DISPLAY ONLY to NEW, all data collected after pressing this key will be
sent to the printer as it is collected. If set to DISABLED,
This screen allows the user to view the graphical trend- no data is sent to the printer. Refer to PRINTERS section
ing of the selected parameters and is also a gateway to of this book for printout example.
the graph setup screens.
Data Select
A red screen with the words “TREND (Flash Memory Card version C.MLM.01.05.xxx and
MAX MUST BE > TREND MIN” will later)
appear if the Y-Axis minimum has Access Level Required: VIEW
Allows the user to display all trended data points simul-
been programmed to a value that is
taneously or select a single trended data point for display,
2
greater than the Y-Axis maximum for hiding the other data points. Selections are ALL DATA
any parameter. If this appears, proceed or DATA POINT X (1-6).
to the Trend Setup Screen to change
the values. Y-Axis
Access Level Required: VIEW
PROGRAMMABLE This key toggles the Y-Axis labels of the graph. Each
key press changes the label to another of the selected
Start parameters.
Access Level Required: OPERATOR
Pressing this key clears the graph, starts a new graph, X-Axis
sets the time of day to the present clock time and begins Access Level Required: VIEW
the trending. This key is only available if trending is This key toggles the X-Axis labels of the graph. Each
stopped. If the selected Chart Type is TRIGGERED and key press alternates the scaling between time of day and
TRIGGER ACTION is set to START, data collection elapsed time. The Time of Day scaling is in 24-hour for-
will not begin until the Triggers have been satisÞed and mat. The Elapsed Time scaling is the time elapsed since
any selected TRIGGER DELAY has elapsed. Otherwise, the START key was pressed, starting the trending.
data collection will begin immediately.
NAVIGATION
Stop
Home
Access Level Required: OPERATOR
Access Level Required: VIEW
Pressing this key stops the trending. The trend data
Causes a return to the Home Screen.
is frozen on the display until another graph is started
with the START key. The STOP key is only available if
History
trending is running.
(Flash Memory Card version C.MLM.01.04.xxx and
later)
Print
Access Level Required: VIEW
(Flash Memory Card version C.MLM.01.05.xxx and
Causes a return to the History Screen.
later)
Access Level Required: VIEW Trend Setup
Allows the data on the trend screen to be printed in Access Level Required:
tabular format. If set to EXISTING, a snapshot of the Only displayed if the trending is stopped. Causes a jump
data presently on the screen is sent to the printer. If set to a sub-screen for conÞguring the trending display.

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TREND SETUP SCREEN

FIG. 40 00473VIP

OVERVIEW of the graph. Each point represents the instantaneous


value of the parameter. The user selects the time interval
This screen is used to conÞgure the trending screen. between these points. This is called the DATA COL-
The parameters to be trended are selected from the LECTION INTERVAL, or the interval at which the
Common Slots Screen or Common Slots Master list parameter is sampled. This interval is programmable
and entered as Slot Numbers for Data Points 1 through over the range of 1 second to 3600 seconds (1 hour), in
6. The Y-Axis minimum and maximum values for each one second increments. The selected interval not only
parameter are entered as Data Point Min and Data Point determines the sample interval, but also the full screen
Max for Data Points 1 through 6. The interval at which time display. The full screen time display is a result of the
all the parameters are sampled is selected as the Data selected interval in seconds, multiplied by the 450 data
Collection Interval. points. For example, if the Data Collection Interval is
programmed for 900 seconds, the parameter would be
DISPLAY ONLY sampled every 900 seconds, with the last 112.5 hours
(4.7 days) of data viewable on the screen. Therefore, the
None selected interval is a compromise between resolution
and full screen time display. Select the desired Data
PROGRAMMABLE Collection Interval as follows:

Chart Type 1. Determine the desired time interval (in seconds),


Access Level Required: OPERATOR between data samples.
Selects CONTINUOUS, ONE SCREEN or TRIGGERED 2. Calculate the full screen time display as follows:
(If compressor application is other than “P”, applies only • 450 x Data Collection Interval = full screen seconds
to Flash Memory Card version (C.MLM.01.05.xxx and
• full screen seconds / 60 = full screen minutes
later) type of graph.
• full screen minutes / 60 = full screen hours
Collection Interval • full screen hours / 24 = full screen days
Access Level Required: OPERATOR 3. Decide if the resultant sample interval and full screen
Selects the interval at which the parameters are sampled. display meet the requirements. If not, select a dif-
There are 450 data points displayed across the X-Axis ferent sample interval.

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Select value, which is the highest value allowed for that parameter.
Access Level Required: OPERATOR It can be changed to a value that provides a more appro-
This key is used to enter the slot numbers and the min- priate resolution for the parameter being monitored. To
imum and maximum Y-Axis values of each parameter change, use the SELECT key as described above and enter
to be trended. Pressing this key places a yellow box the desired value. The value must always be set to a value
around Data Point 1 Slot Number. Use the ▲ and ▼ greater than the Data Point Min. Otherwise, a red graph is
navigation keys to place the box around the value of displayed on the Trend Screen with the words “TREND
Data Points 1 through 6 to be changed. With the desired MAX MUST BE > TREND MIN”. There are 20 Y-Axis
value selected, press the ✓ key. A dialog box is displayed divisions. If a MIN-MAX span is selected that is not evenly
permitting data entry. divided by 20, the Program will automatically select the
next higher MAX value that makes the span evenly divided
2
Data Point Slot # (1-6) by 20 (If compressor application is other than “P”, ap-
Access Level Required: OPERATOR plies only to Flash memory card version C.MLM.01.02
Use the SELECT key as described above and enter the or later). For example, if 0.0 is selected as the MIN and
slot number from the Common Slots Screen or Master 69.0 is selected as the MAX, the Program will insert 70.0
Slot Number List of the desired parameter to be trended. as the MAX value. If the parameter selected for this data
The selected parameter description will be displayed point is a digital type (on/off), this value must be set to one
for the Data Point. Setting this slot number to zero will (1). One indicates the on state.
disable trending for that particular Data Point. Any or
all points can be disabled. NAVIGATION
Data Point Min (1-6)
Access Level Required: OPERATOR Home
Only displayed if the Associated Slot Number is not Zero. Causes a return to the Home Screen.
This is the minimum value displayed for the Y-Axis. Se-
lecting a parameter for a Data Point sets this to the default Trending
value, which is the lowest value allowed for that parameter. Causes a return to the Trending Screen.
It can be changed to a value that provides a more appro-
priate resolution for the parameter being monitored. To Slot Numbers
change, use the SELECT key as described above and enter (Flash memory card version C.MLM.01.02 or later)
the desired value. The value must always be set to a value Causes a jump to a sub-screen that lists the slot numbers
less than the Data Point Max. Otherwise, a red graph is of the most commonly monitored parameters. The desired
displayed on the Trend Screen with the words “TREND parameters to be plotted are selected from this screen.
MAX MUST BE > TREND MIN”. If the parameter
selected for this data point is a digital type (on/off), this Triggers
value must be set to zero (0). Zero indicates the OFF (Flash Memory Card version C.MLM.01.05.xxx and
state. later)
Causes a jump to the Advanced Trend Setup Screen,
Data Point Max (1-6) where the start/stop Triggers can be setup. Only dis-
Access Level Required: OPERATOR played if TRIGGERED has been selected as Chart
Only displayed if the associated slot number is not zero. Type.
This is the maximum value displayed for the Y-Axis. Se-
lecting a parameter for a Data Point sets this to the default

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ADVANCED TREND SETUP SCREEN

FIG. 41 00474VIP

OVERVIEW Entry Þelds are as follows:

If Primary Trigger
(Flash Memory Card version C.MLM.01.05.xxx and Is Primary Operator Primary Test
later)
The desired data collection start/stop triggers are setup Primary to Secondary Operator
on this screen. The trend data collection can be set to
start or stop based upon the status of up to two selected Secondary Trigger
Triggers. Is Secondary Operator Secondary Test

The Triggers can consist of digital events or analog Then Trigger Action the Data Collection
parameters compared to thresholds. The Triggers can With a delay of Trigger Delay
be used individually or in combination. The digital and
analog parameters are selected from the Common Slots After the desired Triggers are set, the START key on
Screen (or Master Slot Numbers List in this book). the TREND Screen must be manually pressed before
the triggers will be evaluated. While waiting for the
triggers to start or stop data collection, a status message
The parameter selected as the Primary Trigger is com-
is displayed in the upper right corner of the TREND
pared to a value selected as the Primary Test, using the
Screen describing the pending action.
Primary Operator as a comparator. If it is evaluated as
true, then the data collection is started or stopped (after DISPLAY ONLY
any selected Trigger delay) per the selected Trigger
Action. None

PROGRAMMABLE
A Secondary Trigger can be evaluated with the Primary
Trigger to start/stop data collection. The Primary to Sec- Primary Trigger
ondary Operator is used to deÞne the Trigger combi- Access Level Required: OPERATOR
nations required to be true to start/stop data collection. Selects the Þrst parameter to be evaluated. Selection is
The Secondary Trigger is setup and evaluated the same made from the Slot Numbers listing on the Trend Com-
as the Primary Trigger. mon Slots Screen or the Master Slot Numbers List in
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this book. Setting this slot number to zero disables the NONE is selected, the Secondary Trigger is disabled.
Primary Trigger.
Data collection will start/stop (as selected with Trigger
Primary Operator Action) when:
Access Level Required: OPERATOR • If AND selected: Both Primary AND Secondary are
Selects the comparator for the Primary Trigger’s rela- true
tionship to the Primary Test. If the Primary Trigger is
• If OR selected: Either Primary OR Secondary (or
an analog value, selections are: <, <=, =, =>, >. If the
both) are true
Primary Trigger is a digital event, selections are: Equal
To, Not Equal To. • If XOR selected: Either Primary OR Secondary (but
not both) are true 2
Primary Test
Access Level Required: OPERATOR Secondary Trigger
Selects the value or condition that the Primary Trigger Access Level Required: OPERATOR
is compared to. Selection ranges from the Primary Trig- Selects the second parameter to be evaluated. Selection
ger minimum value to the Primary Trigger maximum is made from the Slot Numbers listing on the Trend
value. Common Slots Screen or the Master Slot Numbers List
in this book. Setting this slot number to zero disables
Trigger Action the Secondary Trigger.
Access Level Required: OPERATOR
Selects whether the trend data collection will Start or
Stop when the Trigger comparisons are true. If set to Secondary Operator
Start, data collection will stop after one screen of data Access Level Required: OPERATOR
is collected. Selects the comparator for the Secondary Trigger’s rela-
tionship to the Secondary Test. If the Secondary trigger
is an Analog value, selections are: <, <=, =, =>, >. If
Trigger Delay
the Secondary Trigger is a digital event, selections are:
Access Level Required: OPERATOR
Equal To, Not Equal To.
Allows the data collection start or stop to be delayed
after the Triggers evaluate as true. The delay is se-
lectable from 1 to 864000 seconds (10 days). Display Secondary Test
is in days, hours, minutes and seconds. The delay timer Access Level Required: OPERATOR
begins when the triggers evaluate as true. If the Trigger Selects the value or condition that the Secondary Trigger
Action is set to Start, data collection will begin after the is compared to. Selection ranges from the Secondary Trig-
triggers evaluate as true and the delay timer has elapsed. ger minimum to the Secondary Trigger maximum.
If the Trigger Action is set to Stop, data collection will
stop after the Triggers evaluate as true and the delay NAVIGATION
timer has elapsed.
Home
Primary to Secondary Operator Causes an instant return to the Home Screen.
Access Level Required: OPERATOR
Selects whether the Primary Trigger, Secondary Trig- Trend Setup
ger or both have to be true in order to start or stop data Causes an instant return to the Trend Setup Screen.
collection. Selections are AND, OR, XOR and None. If

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COMMON SLOTS SCREEN

FIG. 42 00328VIP

OVERVIEW PROGRAMMABLE

This screen displays the slot numbers of the com- Page Down
monly monitored parameters. The slot numbers for the Access Level Required: OPERATOR
remainder of the available parameters are listed on the Scroll down in the displayed data.
Master Slot Numbers List that follows.
Page Up
From these lists, select up to six parameters to be trended. Access Level Required: OPERATOR
Return to the Trend Setup Screen and enter the parameters Scroll up in the displayed data.
Slot Numbers into Data Points 1 through 6.
Print
Requires a login access level of Access Level Required: OPERATOR
OPERATOR or higher. Generates a list of the slot numbers of the available
parameters.

NAVIGATION

DISPLAY ONLY Home


Causes an instant return to the Home Screen.
Slot Numbers
These are the slot numbers of the most commonly used Trend Setup
parameters. Causes a return to the Trend Setup Screen.

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MASTER SLOT NUMBERS LIST FOR USE WITH TREND FEATURE


SLOT SLOT
NO. DESCRIPTION NO. DESCRIPTION
256 System: Chiller State 1538 Oil Pump: Control Mode
257 System: Coastdown Time Remaining 1539 Oil Pump: Is Pump On
1540 Oil Pump: Manual Time Left
258 System: Prelube Time Remaining
1541 Oil Heater: Is Control Enabled
259 System: Are Safety Shutdown Contacts Closed
1542 Oil Heater: Is Heater On
260 System: Are Cycling Shutdown Contacts Closed
1543 Oil Return Solenoid: Is Solenoid On
2
261 System: Are Anticipatory Alarm Contacts Closed
1792 Leaving Chilled Liquid: Temperature
262 System: Operating Hours 1793 Leaving Chilled Liquid: Temperature Differential
264 System: Number of Starts 1794 Leaving Chilled Liquid: Is Flow Switch Closed
265 System: Is Stop Switch Closed 1795 Leaving Chilled Liquid: Is Pump On
266 System: Is Start Switch Closed
1796 Leaving Chilled Liquid: Local Temperature Setpoint
267 System: Is Remote Ready to Start
1797 Leaving Chilled Liquid: Remote Analog Temperature
280 External Contact: Is Remote Stop Closed Setpoint
281 External Contact: Is Remote Start Closed 1798 Leaving Chilled Liquid: Remote ISN Temperature
282 External Contact: Is MultiUnit Cycling Closed Setpoint
283 External Contact: Is Remote Cycling Closed 1799 Leaving Chilled Liquid: Remote Modem Temperature
284 External Contact: Is Auxiliary Safety Open Setpoint
1800 Leaving Chilled Liquid: Selected Temperature
285 Jumper: Is Anti-Recycle Enabled
Setpoint
286 Jumper: Coastdown Operation
287 Jumper: Is Diagnostics Enabled 1801 Leaving Chilled Liquid: Control Sensitivity
288 Jumper: Liquid Type 1802 Leaving Chilled Liquid: Remote Temperature
289 Jumper: Chilled Liquid Pump Operation Range
290 Jumper: Motor Type 1803 Leaving Chilled Liquid: Restart Temperature Offset
291 Jumper: Power Failure Restart 1804 Leaving Chilled Liquid: Restart Temperature Set-
292 Jumper: Pre-Run Operation point
293 Jumper: Refrigerant Selection 1805 Leaving Chilled Liquid: Shutdown Temperature Off-
294 Jumper: VSD Motor Supply Line Frequency set
295 Jumper: Oil Pump Package 1806 Leaving Chilled Liquid: Shutdown Temperature Set-
point
304 Options: Control Mode
305 Options: System Language 1807 Return Chilled Liquid: Temperature
306 Options: Chiller ID Number
1808 Evaporator: Pressure
307 Options: Display Mode
1809 Evaporator: Saturation Temperature
336 Security: Log In Level 1810 Evaporator: Small Temperature Difference
337 Security: Log In User ID 1811 Evaporator: Is Refrigerant Sensor Present
1812 Evaporator: Refrigerant Temperature
512 Sched: Is Schedule Enabled
1813 Evaporator: Delta P / P
1280 Pre-Rotation Vanes: Is Motor Switch Closed 1814 Evaporator: Brine Low Cutout
1281 Pre-Rotation Vanes: Position
1815 Smart Freeze Protection: Is Control Enabled
1282 Pre-Rotation Vanes: Are Vanes Opening
1816 Liquid Line Solenoid: Is Solenoid Installed
1283 Pre-Rotation Vanes: Are Vanes Closing
1817 Liquid Line Solenoid: Is Solenoid On
1284 Pre-Rotation Vanes: Are Vanes Holding
1285 Pre-Rotation Vanes: Control Mode 1818 Leaving Chilled Liquid: Remote Digital Temperature
Setpoint
1296 Discharge: Temperature

1536 Oil: Differential Pressure


1537 Oil: Sump Temperature

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SLOT SLOT
NO. DESCRIPTION NO. DESCRIPTION
2048 Leaving Condenser Liquid: Temperature 2574 LcSss: Phase C Current
2049 Leaving Condenser Liquid: Is Flow Switch Closed 2575 LcSss: Phase A Voltage
2050 Leaving Condenser Liquid: Is Pump On 2576 LcSss: Phase B Voltage
2577 LcSss: Phase C Voltage
2051 Return Condenser Liquid: Temperature
2578 LcSss: Phase A Temperature
2052 Condenser: Pressure 2579 LcSss: Phase B Temperature
2053 Condenser: Saturation Temperature 2580 LcSss: Phase C Temperature
2054 Condenser: Small Temperature Difference 2581 LcSss: Starter Model
2057 Condenser: Is High Pressure Switch Closed 2582 LcSss: Full Load Amps
2058 Condenser: High Pressure Warning Threshold 2583 LcSss: Voltage Range
2584 LcSss: Starting Current
2059 SubCooling: Temperature
2585 LcSss: Is Serial Communications OK
2060 Drop Leg Refrigerant: Is Sensor Present 2586 LcSss: Panel to Sss Comm Errors
2061 Drop Leg Refrigerant: Temperature 2587 LcSss: Sss to Panel Comm Errors
2062 Vent Line Solenoid: Is Solenoid Installed 2816 VSD: Motor HP
2063 Vent Line Solenoid: Is Solenoid On 2817 VSD: 100% Full Load Amps
2304 Motor: Starter Type 2818 VSD: Input Power
2305 Motor: Is Motor Starter On 2819 VSD: Kilowatt Hours
2306 Motor: Current %FLA 2820 VSD: DC Bus Voltage
2307 Motor: Is Motor Controller Switch Open 2821 VSD: DC Inverter Link Current
2822 VSD: Output Frequency
2308 Motor: Current Limit Local Setpoint 2823 VSD: Output Voltage
2309 Motor: Current Limit Remote Analog Setpoint 2824 VSD: Phase A Current
2310 Motor: Current Limit Remote ISN Setpoint 2825 VSD: Phase B Current
2311 Motor: Current Limit Remote Modem Setpoint 2826 VSD: Phase C Current
2312 Motor: Current Limit Selected Setpoint 2827 VSD: Is Precharge Relay On
2313 Motor: Pulldown Demand Time Remaining 2828 VSD: Is Trigger SCR On
2314 Motor: Pulldown Demand Limit Setpoint 2829 VSD: Is Water Pump On
2315 Motor: Pulldown Demand Time Setpoint 2830 VSD: Control Mode
2316 Motor: Anti-Recycle Time Remaining 2831 VSD: Command Frequency
2832 VSD: Manual Frequency Increment
2317 Motor: Current Limit Remote Digital Setpoint 2833 VSD: Internal Ambient Temperature
(Mod “A” Solid State Starters) 2834 VSD: Converter Heatsink Temperature
2560 SSS: Phase A Current 2835 VSD: Phase A Heatsink Temperature
2561 SSS: Phase B Current 2836 VSD: Phase B Heatsink Temperature
2562 SSS: Phase C Current 2837 VSD: Phase C Heatsink Temperature
2563 SSS: Phase A Voltage 2838 VSD: Is Communications OK
2564 SSS: Phase B Voltage 2839 VSD: Panel to ACC Comms Error Count
2565 SSS: Phase C Voltage 2840 VSD: ACC to Panel Comms Error Count
2566 SSS: Scale/Model 2841 VSD: ACC to VSD Comms Error Count
2567 SSS: Full Load Amps 2842 VSD: VSD to ACC Comms Error Count
2568 SSS: Supply Voltage Range 2843 VSD: VSD to Filter Comms Error Count
2569 SSS: Is Current Unbalance Check Enabled 2844 VSD: Filter to ACC Comms Error Count

(Mod “B” Solid State Starters) 2845 ACC: Delta P/P


2570 LcSss: Input Power 2846 ACC: Stability Limit
2571 LcSss: Kilowatt Hours 2847 ACC: Surge Margin
2572 LcSss: Phase A Current 2848 ACC: Manual Surge Command
2573 LcSss: Phase B Current

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SLOT SLOT
NO. DESCRIPTION NO. DESCRIPTION
2849 ACC: Surge Map Count 2891 Filter: Maximum Total Demand Distortion
2850 ACC: Surge Type
8192 Oil: Pump Pressure
2857 ACC: Surge Map Point Count
8193 Oil: Sump Pressure
2858 ACC: Surge Map Delta P/P
2859 ACC: Surge Map Output Frequency 8194 Oil Seal Lube: Is Control Enabled
2860 ACC: Surge Map PRV Position 8195 Oil Seal Lube: Time To Next Lube

2861 Filter: Is Filter Installed


8196 Oil Seal Lube: Time Left 2
2862 Filter: Is Operation Inhibited 8197 VSOP: Speed Command
2863 Filter: Is Filter Running 8198 VSOP: Control Mode
2864 Filter: Is Precharge Contactor Closed 8199 VSOP: Manual Command Frequency
2865 Filter: Is Supply Contactor Closed 8200 VSOP: Is Pulldown In Effect
2866 Filter: Phase Rotation 8201 VSOP: Pulldown Time Remaining
2867 Filter: Motor HP 8202 VSOP: Target Setpoint
2868 Filter: Supply kVA 8203 VSOP: Pressure Setpoint
2869 Filter: Total Power Factor 8204 VSOP: Control Period
2870 Filter: DC Bus Voltage
8205 Refrigerant Level: Is Control Enabled
2871 Filter: Heatsink Temperature
8206 Refrigerant Level: Position
2872 Filter: L1 - L2 RMS Voltage
8207 Refrigerant Level: Is Valve Closing
2873 Filter: L2 - L3 RMS Voltage
8208 Refrigerant Level: Is Valve Opening
2874 Filter: L3 - L1 RMS Voltage
8209 Refrigerant Level: Control Mode
2875 Filter: L1 - N Peak Voltage
8210 Refrigerant Level: Is Pulldown In Effect
2876 Filter: L2 - N Peak Voltage
8211 Refrigerant Level: Pulldown Time Remaining
2877 Filter: L3 - N Peak Voltage
8212 Refrigerant Level: Target Setpoint
2878 Filter: L1 Total Harmonic Distortion
8213 Refrigerant Level: Setpoint
2879 Filter: L2 Total Harmonic Distortion
8214 Refrigerant Level: Period
2880 Filter: L3 Total Harmonic Distortion
8215 Refrigerant Level: Proportional Limit Close
2881 Filter: L1 RMS Filter Current
8216 Refrigerant Level: Proportional Limit Open
2882 Filter: L2 RMS Filter Current
8217 Refrigerant Level: Rate Limit Close
2883 Filter: L3 RMS Filter Current
8218 Refrigerant Level: Rate Limit Open
2884 Filter: L1 RMS Supply Current
2885 Filter: L2 RMS Supply Current 8221 HSTB: Oil Drain Temperature (Before C.MLM.01.03)
2886 Filter: L3 RMS Supply Current 8222 HSTB: Is Solenoid Installed
2887 Filter: L1 Total Demand Distortion 8223 HSTB: Is Solenoid On
2888 Filter: L2 Total Demand Distortion 8224 HSTB: Proximity Position
2889 Filter: L3 Total Demand Distortion 8225 HSTB: Proximity Differential
2890 Filter: Maximum Total Harmonic Distortion 8226 HSTB: Proximity Reference Position
8280 Stall Detector Board output voltage
8281 VGD open
8282 VGD close

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DISPLAY MESSAGES
The Status Bar of the Display contains a Status Line The chiller has shut down and the Post-run lubrication is
and, beneath it a Details Line. The Status Line contains being performed. On electric motor drive applications,
a message describing the operating state of the chiller; the Postlube duration is 150 seconds. On Steam Turbine
whether it is stopped, running, starting or shutting down. applications, it is 15 minutes. The actual duration is de-
The Details Line displays Warning, Cycling, Safety, termined by a Microboard Program Jumper, conÞgured
Start Inhibit and other messages that provide further by a qualiÞed Service technician.
details of the Status Bar messages. The Status Messages
listed below are displayed on the Status Line. All other “START INHIBIT”
messages are displayed on the Details Line. The chiller is prevented from being started due to the
reason displayed on the Details Line of the Status bar.
To aid in the meaning of the message, messages are
displayed in different colors as follows: “VANES CLOSING BEFORE SHUTDOWN”
Normal Operation messages - Green Displayed while the Pre-rotation Vanes are closing during a
Soft Shutdown. During Soft Shutdowns, the Vanes are driven
Warning messages - Yellow
fully closed prior to shutting down the compressor. When
Cycling Shutdown messages - Orange the Vane Motor End Switch closes, indicating the Vanes
Safety Shutdown messages - Red have fully closed (or 3.5 minutes have elapsed, whichever
occurs Þrst), the Run Signal is removed from the compressor
STATUS MESSAGES motor starter and a “System Coastdown” is performed. Soft
Shutdowns are initiated by the following:
“SYSTEM READY TO START” 1. “Leaving Chilled Liquid – Low temperature”
The chiller is shut down but will start upon receipt of a
2. “Remote Stop”
Local or Remote start signal.
3. “Multi-Unit Cycling – Contacts Open”
“CYCLING SHUTDOWN – AUTO RESTART” 4. “System Cycling – Contacts Open”
The chiller is shut down on a CYCLING shutdown. The 5. “Control Panel – Schedule”
cause of the shutdown is still in effect and is displayed 6. Operator Initiated at Keypad (Flash Memory Card
on the Details line of the Status Bar. The chiller will version C.MLM.01.06.xxx and later)
automatically restart when the CYCLING condition
clears. While the Vanes are closing during any Soft Shutdown,
if a Local Stop is initiated with the COMPRESSOR
“SAFETY SHUTDOWN – MANUAL RESTART” Switch or any faults other than those listed above occur,
The chiller is shut down on a SAFETY shutdown. The the Soft Shutdown is terminated and it will immediately
cause of the shutdown is still in effect and is displayed perform a “System Coastdown”.
on the Details line of the Status Bar. The chiller can be
started after the Safety condition clears and the Operator
moves the COMPRESSOR switch to the STOP-RESET
(O) position. RUN MESSAGES

“SYSTEM PRELUBE” “LEAVING CHILLED LIQUID CONTROL”


A chiller start has been initiated and the pre-start lubrication The chiller is running, controlling the Leaving Chilled Liq-
is being performed. The Prelube duration is either 50 sec- uid to the Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature Setpoint.
onds or 180 seconds, as conÞgured with a Microboard Pro- There are no system conditions inhibiting this operation.
gram Switch. The Pre-lube duration must never be changed
by anyone other than a qualiÞed Service Technician. The “CURRENT PULLDOWN LIMIT”
standard Prelube duration is 50 seconds. The Pulldown Demand Limit Setpoint timer is in effect
and the Compressor Motor current is > the Pulldown
“SYSTEM RUN” Demand Current Limit Setpoint value. The Pre-rotation
The chiller is running under the condition described in vane operation is being inhibited as described in “MO-
the Details Line of the Status Bar. TOR – HIGH CURRENT LIMIT” message below.
“SYSTEM COASTDOWN”
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“MOTOR – HIGH CURRENT LIMIT” failure of the motor starter, Control Center start circuits
The Compressor Motor current is > the Local or Remote or motor current feedback circuits. After motor current
Current Limit Setpoint. The Current Limit Setpoint is is no longer detected, a SYSTEM COASTDOWN is
programmed over a range of 30 to 100% of the Chiller performed. The chiller can be started after motor current
Full Load Amps (FLA). When the motor current in- is no longer detected, the SYSTEM COASTDOWN has
creases to the “inhibit open” threshold, the Pre-rotation completed and the COMPRESSOR switch is placed in
Vanes are inhibited from further opening. This prevents the STOP-RESET (O) position.
a further current rise. If the current continues to rise
to the “start close” threshold, the Vanes begin closing “LCSSS – HIGH TEMPERATURE PHASE X -
until the current falls to the “stop close” threshold. STOPPED”
Automatic Vane operation is resumed and this message (Mod. “B” Solid State Starter only)
2
automatically clears when the motor current decreases to The chiller is stopped and the Liquid Cooled Solid
the “allow open” threshold. The thresholds are different State Starter Logic/Trigger Board has detected that the
for the various motor starter applications. To allow Þeld temperature of phase A, B, or C (designated as X in this
calibration of the Solid State Starter (Mod “A”) Logic message) Silicon Controlled RectiÞer (SCR) module is >
Board or CM-2 Current Module, pressing the Pre-ro- 110°F. The starter cooling pump will run and the chiller
tation Vanes OPEN key in Service access level, starts a will be inhibited from starting until the temperature de-
10 minute timer during which the current limit thresholds creases to <109°F.
are elevated. Refer to table below:
WARNING MESSAGES
Motor Current (%FLA)
Vane Control Electro-Mechanical/
Solid State Starter VSD Service Mode “WARNING – REAL TIME CLOCK FAILURE”
On rise, inhibit open 100 100 107 During the initialization process that occurs when power
On fall, allow open 98 98 106 is applied to the Control Center, test data is written to a
On rise, start close 104 103 110 location in the BRAM battery backed memory device
On fall, stop close 102 101 109 (IC location U52 on Microboard). This data is then read
from the BRAM and compared to the test data. If the
An example of current limit is as follows: If a Solid Sate read data is not the same as that which was written to the
Starter chiller FLA is 100 Amps, and the Current Limit device, it is assumed the BRAM and Real time Clock
Setpoint is 50%, the following will occur: operation is defective and this message is displayed.
50 Amps – inhibit vane open The BRAM should be replaced by a qualiÞed Service
52 Amps – vanes begin closing Technician. This message automatically clears when the
51 Amps – vanes stop closing BRAM problem has been solved.
49 Amps – allow automatic vane control
“WARNING – CONDENSER OR EVAPORATOR
START INHIBIT MESSAGES XDER ERROR”
The Evaporator pressure Transducer is indicating a
“ANTI-RECYCLE XXMin/Sec” higher pressure than the Condenser pressure Transducer
The chiller is inhibited from starting because the 30 after the chiller has been running for 10 minutes. This
minute anti-recycle time has not yet elapsed. Time re- is indicative of a Condenser or Evaporator Transducer
maining is displayed. failure. This message will be displayed until the condi-
tion clears and the WARNING RESET Keypad key is
“VANE MOTOR SWITCH OPEN” pressed in OPERATOR (or higher) access mode. Con-
The chiller is inhibited from starting because the Pre- dition not checked in Brine mode.
rotation Vanes are not fully closed.
“WARNING – REFRIGERANT LEVEL OUT OF
“MOTOR CURRENT >15% FLA” RANGE”
The Control center has detected a Compressor Mo- (Flash Memory Card version C.MLM.01.05C.xxx and
tor Current of a magnitude that is >15% of the chiller earlier and “P” compressors with C.MLM.04.01B and
Full Load Amps for 10 continuous seconds, while the earlier)
chiller is shutdown. As long as this condition exists, the The output of the Condenser Refrigerant Level Sensor is
oil pump is turned on. This is generally indicative of a > 5.1VDC. This is indicative of a Level Sensor failure.
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iÞce is driven to the full open position. This message “WARNING – VANES UNCALIBRATED –
automatically clears when the Refrigerant Level sensor FIXED SPEED”
output is within range. The Compressor Motor Variable Speed Drive (VSD) is
operating Fixed Speed (full speed) mode because the
“WARNING – STANDBY LUBE – LOW OIL PRES- Pre-rotation Vanes position potentiometer calibration
SURE” has not been performed.
A minimum of 15 PSID of oil pressure was not achieved
“WARNING – HARMONIC FILTER –
in the Þrst 30 seconds of a Standby Lubrication cycle, or
OPERATION INHIBITED”
the pressure decreased below this value during the re-
The compressor Motor variable Speed Drive (VSD)
mainder of the cycle. This message will be displayed and
Harmonic Filter has been inhibited. Refer to VSD
no further Standby Lubrications will be performed until
Service manual 160.00-M1. Harmonic Þlter operation
the WARNING RESET key is pressed in OPERATOR
should not be altered by anyone other than a qualiÞed
(or higher) access mode.
Service technician.
“WARNING – SETPOINT OVERRIDE” “WARNING – HARMONIC FILTER – DATA
A blank BRAM battery-backed memory device (IC LOSS”
location U52 on Microboard) or a failure of this device Communications between the Harmonic Filter Logic Board
was detected during the initialization process that occurs and the Compressor Motor Variable Speed Drive (VSD)
when power is applied to the Control Center. Due to this Logic Board or the Adaptive Capacity Control Board is not
failure, any or all of the programmed Setpoints could have occurring. While this condition exists, all Filter related pa-
been corrupted. Therefore, all Setpoints have been auto- rameters are displayed as X’s. This message automatically
matically changed to their Default values. All Setpoints clears when communications are restored.
will have to be programmed to their desired values. This
message will clear when the WARNING RESET key is “WARNING – HARMONIC FILTER – INPUT
pressed in OPERATOR (or higher) access mode. FREQUENCY RANGE”
The power line frequency detected by the Compressor
“WARNING – CONDENSER – HIGH PRESSURE motor Variable Speed Drive (VSD) Harmonic Filter is
LIMIT” outside the range of 58 to 62 Hz (60 Hz), or 49 to 51 Hz
The Condenser Pressure exceeds the High Pressure Warn- (50 Hz). While this condition exists, all Filter related
ing Setpoint threshold, programmed by a Service technician parameters are displayed as X’s. This message automati-
logged in at SERVICE access level. While this condition cally clears when the line frequency is within range.
is in effect, the Pre-rotation Vanes are inhibited from
further opening. This message automatically clears and “WARNING – VANES UNCALIBRATED”
the Vanes are permitted to open when the Condenser The Hot Gas Bypass feature is enabled, but the Pre-
pressure decreases to 5 PSIG below the Setpoint. rotation vanes calibration procedure has not yet been
performed.
“WARNING – EVAPORATOR – LOW PRESSURE
LIMIT” “WARNING – EXTERNAL I/O – SERIAL
The Evaporator pressure has decreased to the Warning COMMUNICATIONS”
threshold. This threshold is Þxed in Water cooling appli- Serial communications between the Microboard and the
cations. In Brine cooling applications, the threshold is a Þxed optional Analog I/O Board has been interrupted for at
amount above the programmable safety shutdown threshold. least 20 seconds.
The Safety threshold in Brine applications is determined by
the Brine solution and is determined by the YORK Factory. “WARNING – EXCESS SURGE DETECTED”
While this condition is in effect, the Pre-rotation Vanes are (Flash Memory Card version C.MLM.01.05.xxx and
inhibited from further opening. This message automatically later)
clears and the Vanes are permitted to open when the Evapo- (Applies only if Surge Protection SHUTDOWN feature
rator pressure increases to the reset value. is Disabled)
Warning Threshold (PSIG) Reset Threshold (PSIG)
The Surge Window Count has exceeded the Count Limit.
Message can be manually cleared after the Surge Win-
Water Brine Water Brine
dow Count is < the Count Limit, or the SHUTDOWN
R22 56.2 +1.9 >Safety Setpoint 57.5 +3.2>Safety Setpoint feature is Enabled or the chiller is stopped. To clear
R134a 27.0 +2.0 >Safety Setpoint 28.0 +3.0>Safety Setpoint message press WARNING RESET key on HOME

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Screen when logged in at OPERATOR (or higher) ac- CYCLING SHUTDOWN MESSAGES
cess level.
“MULTIUNIT CYCLING – CONTACTS OPEN”
“WARNING – SURGE PROTECTION – EXCESS
The Multiunit Cycling contacts connected to I/O Board
SURGE LIMIT”
TB4-9, have opened to initiate a cycling shutdown. If
(Flash Memory Card version C.MLM.01.05.xxx and
the chiller is running when this occurs, the Pre-rotation
later)
Vanes are driven fully closed prior to shutting down the
(Applies only if Surge Protection EXTENDED RUN
feature is Enabled) chiller. The chiller will automatically restart when the
Displayed during the Surge Protection 10 minute Ex- contacts close.
tended Run period. This period begins when the Surge 2
Window Count exceeds the Count Limit. During this “SYSTEM CYCLING – CONTACTS OPEN”
period, the Pre-rotation Vanes are driven closed. When The System Cycling contacts connected to I/O Board
10 minutes have elapsed, this message and the Pre- TB4-13, have opened to initiate a cycling shutdown. If
rotation Vanes load inhibit are automatically cleared. the chiller is running when this occurs, the Pre-rotation
Message and load inhibit are also cleared when the Vanes are driven fully closed prior to shutting down the
chiller is shutdown. chiller. The chiller will automatically restart when the
contacts close.
If the optional Hot Gas Bypass feature
“OIL – LOW TEMPERATURE
is enabled, the valve position must be
DIFFERENTIAL”
at 100% before the Extended Run is The chiller is prevented from starting because for one
implemented. If the chiller is chiller is of the following reasons. The chiller will automatically
equipped with a compressor motor Vari- restart when the conditions have been satisÞed.
able Speed Drive, the output frequency
must be at full speed (50 Hz/60 Hz) be- The chiller has been shut down for <30 minutes and
fore this control can be implemented. the oil temperature minus the condenser saturation
temperature is <30°F.
ROUTINE SHUTDOWN MESSAGES -OR-

The chiller has been shut down for > 30 minutes and
“REMOTE STOP”
the oil temperature minus the condenser saturation tem-
A shutdown command has been received from a re-
perature is < 40°F.
mote device. Remote Stop commands can be received
in Digital Remote mode via I/O Board TB4-7/8 or in -OR-
ISN (Integrated Systems Network) Remote mode via
the MicroGateway serial communications. If the chiller Following a Power failure, upon restoration of power,
is running when this occurs, the Pre-rotation Vanes are the oil temperature minus the condenser saturation tem-
driven fully closed prior to shutting down the chiller. perature is < 40°F.

“LOCAL STOP” “OIL – LOW TEMPERATURE”


A local shutdown command has been received by plac- The oil temperature has decreased to < 55°F. The chiller
ing the Keypad Start-Run-Stop/Reset Switch in the stop will automatically restart when the temperature increases
(O) position. to > 55.0°F and is greater than the Condenser Saturated
temperature by 30 or 40°F, as described above in the
“PLACE COMPRESSOR SWITCH IN RUN OIL – LOW TEMPERATURE DIFFERENTIAL mes-
POSITION” sage description.
The Control Center is in either Digital or ISN (Inte-
grated Systems Network) Remote mode. The Operator “CONTROL PANEL – POWER FAILURE”
is requested to place the COMPRESSOR Switch in the A Control Power failure has occurred. If the power
RUN position. The Control Center will not accept a failure occurred while the chiller was running, it will
Remote start/stop command unless the switch is in the automatically restart when power is restored. However,
RUN position. if the power failure duration was < the duration of the
applicable “Coastdown” period (2.5 minutes standard;
15 minutes steam turbine) when power is restored, the

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remainder of the “Coastdown” will be performed, prior to On some shutdowns, the respective device automatically
the chiller starting. This message can indicate a Cycling closes the contacts when the fault condition clears. Other
(auto-restart after power failure) or Safety (manual restart shutdowns require the Operator to perform a Manual
after power failure) shutdown, depending upon Control Reset at the respective device.
Center conÞguration. It indicates a cycling shutdown
when displayed in orange characters; Safety shutdown Device Manual Reset Fault Automatic Reset Fault
when displayed in red characters. The Control Center is CM-2 Module Overload None
conÞgured for auto-restart or manual restart after power Overload Phase Rotation/Loss
failure by a qualiÞed Service Technician following in-
Solid State Starter High Temp (>212°F) High Temp start inhibit (>110°F)
structions in YORK Service Manual 160.54-M1.
Fault Current Trigger Board Out-of-Lock
“LEAVING CHILLED LIQUID – LOW
TEMPERATURE”
The Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature has decreased “MOTOR CONTROLLER – LOSS OF
to the programmed Shutdown Temperature Setpoint. If CURRENT”
the chiller is running when this occurs, the Pre-rotation The Compressor Motor current decreased to 10% Full
Vanes are driven fully closed prior to shutting down Load Amps (FLA) for 25 continuous seconds while the
the chiller. The chiller will automatically restart when chiller was running. This could be caused by the starter
the temperature increases to the programmed Restart de-energizing during run or a defect in the motor cur-
Temperature Setpoint. rent feedback circuitry to the Control Center. The chiller
will automatically restart at the completion of “System
“LEAVING CHILLED LIQUID – Coastdown”.
FLOW SWITCH OPEN”
The Chilled Liquid Flow Switch has remained open for “POWER FAULT”
2 continuous seconds while the chiller was running or The CM-2 Current Module (Electro-Mechanical starter
failed to close during the System Pre-lube period. The applications) or Solid State Starter Logic Board (Mod
chiller will automatically restart when the ßow switch “A” Solid State Starter applications) has shutdown the
closes. chiller because it detected a fault condition that places
the motor at risk. These devices open and close the Mo-
“CONDENSER – FLOW SWITCH OPEN” tor controller “CM” contacts (located on the respective
The Condenser water ßow switch has remained open for device and connected between TB6-16 and TB6-53 in the
2 continuous seconds while the chiller was running. This Control Center) in < 3 seconds to initiate the shutdown
check is bypassed for the Þrst 30 seconds of “System and produce this message. An LED on the respective
Run”. The chiller will automatically restart when the device illuminates to identify the speciÞc fault that has
ßow switch closes. occurred. Refer to YORK Manual 160.46-OM3.1 for
details of Solid State Starter initiated shutdowns and
“MOTOR CONTROLLER – 160.54-M1 for CM-2 initiated shutdowns. The chiller
CONTACTS OPEN” will automatically restart when the contacts close.
The Cm-2 Current module (Electromechanical starter
applications) or Solid State Starter Logic Board (Mod Device Shutdown
“A” Solid State Starter applications) has shutdown the CM-2 Module Power fault
chiller. When detecting a fault condition that places the Solid State Starter Power Fault
starter or motor at risk, these devices open the Motor Half Phase
Controller contacts “CM” (located on the respective
device and connected between TB6-16 and TB6-53 “CONTROL PANEL – SCHEDULE”
in the Control Center) to initiate a shutdown. Since The programmed Daily Schedule Setpoint has shutdown
there are several different faults that are monitored, the chiller. If this occurs while the chiller is running,
LED’s on the respective device illuminate to identify the Pre-rotation Vanes are driven fully closed prior to
the speciÞc fault that has occurred. Refer to YORK shutting down the chiller. The chiller will automatically
Manual 160.46-OM3.1 for details of Mod “A” Solid restart at the next scheduled start time.
State Starter initiated shutdowns and 160.54-M1 for
CM-2 initiated shutdowns. The chiller will automati-
cally restart when the Motor Controller contacts close.

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“STARTER – LOW SUPPLY LINE VOLTAGE” Board TB3-70. The Drive initiates a shutdown anytime
(MOD “A” SOLID STATE STARTER) its internal protection circuits will not permit the Drive to
The voltage in any phase of the AC Power Line Voltage run. The contacts remain open until its internal protection
supplying the Solid State Starter has decreased to the low circuits are satisÞed it is safe to operate. Some Drive ini-
line voltage threshold for 20 continuous seconds. The tiated shutdowns require AC power to be cycled to clear
chiller will automatically restart when the voltage returns the fault. Refer to YORK Form 160.54-M1. The chiller
to the restart level. The thresholds are as follows: will automatically restart when the contacts close.
Supply Voltage Range (Volts) Shutdown (Volts) Restart (Volts)
380 305 331 MOD “B” SOLID STATE STARTER CYCLING
400 320 349 SHUTDOWN MESSAGES
415 335 362 2
440-480 370 400
“LCSSS INITIALIZATION FAILED”
550-600 460 502
When AC Power is restored to the system after a power
Supply Voltage Range disabled none N/A
failure, an initialization process occurs wherein the
Control Center attempts to establish communications
“STARTER – HIGH SUPPLY LINE VOLTAGE” through the serial communications link with the Liquid
(MOD “A” SOLID STATE STARTER) Cooled Solid State Starter. If communications are not
The voltage in any phase of the AC Power Line Voltage established within 10 consecutive attempts, a Cycling
supplying the Solid State Starter has increased to the high shutdown is performed and this message is displayed.
line voltage threshold for 20 continuous seconds. The The Control Center attempts to establish communic-
chiller will automatically restart when the voltage returns ations until successful.
to the restart level. The thresholds are as follows:
Supply Voltage Range (Volts) Shutdown (Volts) Restart (Volts)
380 415 414 “LCSSS - SERIAL COMMUNICATIONS”
400 436 435 After communications have been successfully estab-
415 454 453 lished in the INITIALIZATION process, the Control
440-480 524 523
Center initiates a data transmission to the Liquid Cooled
550-600 655 654
Solid State Starter on the serial communications link
Supply Voltage Range disabled none N/A
every 2 seconds. After these communications have been
established, if the Control Center does not receive a reply
“PROXIMITY PROBE – LOW SUPPLY within 10 consecutive attempts, a Cycling shutdown is
VOLTAGE” performed and this message is displayed. This same
Cycling shutdown is performed, along with the same
(Style E and earlier chillers with G, H, or J compressors
message, if the Liquid Cooled Solid State Starter does
and Style F and later chillers with J or H3 compres- not receive a response from the control center after 10
sors). consecutive attempts to communicate with the Control
If the chiller is equipped with Proximity Probe Part Number Center after INITIALIZATION has been successfully
025-XXXXX-000, this message indicates that the +12VDC completed. The Control Center attempts to establish
power supply voltage to the Proximity Probe has decreased communications until successful.
to < +9.5 VDC. This is below the minimum level required
for reliable probe operation. The chiller will automatically
restart when the voltage increases to > 10.0VDC. “LCSSS SHUTDOWN - REQUESTING FAULT
DATA...”
If the chiller is equipped with Proximity Probe Part The Liquid Cooled State Starter Logic/Trigger Board
has shut down the chiller but the Control Center has not
Number 025-30961-000 or 025-35900-000, this mes-
yet received the cause of the fault from the LCSSS, via
sage indicates the +24VDC power supply voltage to the the serial communications link. The LCSSS shuts down
Proximity Probe has decreased to +19.0VDC. This is the chiller by opening the Motor Controller LCSSS Stop
below the minimum level required for reliable operation. Contacts (K1 relay located on the starter Logic/Trigger
The chiller will automatically restart when the voltage Board and connected between TB6-16 and TB6-53 in
increases to >19.7VDC. the Control Center). The Microboard, in the Control
Center then sends a request for the cause of the fault to
the Logic/Trigger Board over the serial communications
“OIL – VARIABLE SPEED PUMP – DRIVE CON-
link. Since serial communications are initiated every 2
TACTS OPEN” seconds, this message is typically displayed for a few
The Oil Pump Variable Speed Drive has shut down the seconds and then replaced with one of the following
chiller by opening its status contacts connected to the I/O fault messages.
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“LCSSS - STOP CONTACTS OPEN” 7L-35 to 260A, 14L-65 to 510A, 26L-125 to 850A and
Refer to “LCSSS SHUTDOWN – REQUESTING 33L-215 to 1050A. The chiller will be permitted to
FAULT DATA ...” above. If the Control Center’s Mi- start when the jumpers are conÞgured correctly. Refer
croboard does not receive the cause of a starter initiated to YORK Starter service manual 160.00-O2 for valid
shutdown with 20 seconds of the shutdown, it is assumed jumper conÞgurations.
it is not forthcoming and that message is replaced with
this message. The chiller can be started when the Motor “LCSSS – PHASE LOCKED LOOP”
Controller LCSSS Stop Contacts close. The Liquid Cooled Solid State Starter Logic/Trigger
Board phase locked loop circuit was not able to main-
A missing interlock jumper between Starter Logic/ tain lock with phase A of the power line. This could be
Trigger Board J1-1 and J1-12 will also produce this caused by a power line anomaly such as sag or jitter. A
message. power line frequency jitter of up to 3 Hz/second can be
tolerated. The chiller will automatically restart when
lock has resumed.
“LCSSS – POWER FAULT”
The Liquid Cooled Solid State Starter Logic/Trigger
Board has detected that the compressor motor current in “LCSSS - LOW SUPPLY LINE VOLTAGE”
one or more phases has decreased to <10% of the FLA The Liquid Cooled Solid State Starter Logic/Trigger
for a minimum of 1 line cycle. This check is inhibited Board has detected that the compressor motor AC
during the Þrst 4 seconds of SYSTEM RUN and until power line voltage, in any phase, decreased below the
the motor current is >25% of the Job FLA. The chiller low line voltage threshold continuously for 20 seconds.
will automatically restart upon completion of SYSTEM The chiller will automatically restart when the voltage
COASTDOWN. in all phases returns to the restart level. The thresholds
are as follows:
“LCSSS – LOW PHASE (X) TEMPERATURE Supply Voltage Range (Volts) Shutdown(Volts) Restart(Volts)
SENSOR” Disabled None N/A
The Liquid Cooled Solid State Starter Logic/Trigger 200-208 160 174
Board has detected that the temperature of the starter 220-240 185 200
phase A, B or C (designated as X in the message) Silicon 380 305 331
Controlled RectiÞer (SCR) Module has decreased to 400 320 349
<37°F. This would generally be indicative of a discon- 415 335 362
nected or defective sensor. If all three SCR Modules 440-480 370 400
are indicating a temperature of <37°F, the SCR Module 550-600 460 502
cooling pump turns on. This is accomplished by discon-
necting all three sensors. This feature allows Service “LCSSS - HIGH SUPPLY LINE VOLTAGE”
Technicians to run the cooling pump while Þlling the The Liquid Cooled Solid State Starter Logic/Trigger
cooling system by disconnecting plugs P2, P3 and P4 Board has detected that the compressor motor AC
in the LCSSS. power line voltage, in any phase, exceeded the high line
voltage threshold continuously for 20 seconds. The
“LCSSS – RUN SIGNAL” chiller will automatically restart when the voltage in all
The Liquid Cooled Solid State Starter receives two start phases returns to the restart level. The thresholds are as
signals from the Control Center simultaneously; one via follows:
the serial communications link and one via the start relay
Supply Voltage Range (Volts) Shutdown(Volts) Restart(Volts)
TB6-24 in the Control Center. If they are not received
Disabled None N/A
within 5 seconds of one another, a cycling shutdown is
200-208 227 226
performed and this message is displayed. This is gener-
220-240 262 261
ally indicative of defective wiring.
380 415 414
“LCSSS – INVALID CURRENT SCALE 400 436 435
SELECTION” 415 454 453
There is an invalid compressor motor current scale 440-480 524 523
jumper combination installed in the Liquid Cooled 550-600 655 654
Solid Starter Logic/Trigger Board J1. Jumper combina-
tion determines allowable “100% FLA” setpoint range;
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“LCSSS – LOGIC BOARD PROCESSOR” and connected between TB6-16 and TB6-53 in the
Communication between the V25 Microprocessor and Control Center). The Microboard in the Control Center
Digital Signal Processor (DSP) on the Liquid Cooled then sends a request for the cause of the fault to the
Solid State Starter Logic/Trigger Board has been in- VSD Logic Board via the Adaptive Capacity Control
terrupted. The chiller will automatically restart when Board, over the serial link. Since serial communications
communications are restored. are initiated every 2 seconds, this message is typically
displayed for a few seconds and then replaced with one
“LCSSS – LOGIC BOARD POWER SUPPLY” of the below listed fault messages.
Following application of power, this message is dis-
played and a snapshot of the LCSSS parameters and time
of power failure are sent to the Control Center.
“VSD – STOP CONTACTS OPEN” 2
Refer to “VSD Shutdown – Requesting Fault Data”
“LCSSS – PHASE ROTATION/LOSS” message above. If the Control Center’s Microboard does
(Flash Memory Card version C.MLM.01.03 or earlier) not receive the cause of the Fault over the Serial Link
The Liquid Cooled Solid Starter Logic/Trigger Board within 20 seconds, it is assumed it is not forthcoming
has detected the three-phase compressor motor power and that message is replaced with VSD – STOP CON-
line voltage phase rotation is not correct or the line- TACTS OPEN message.
to-line voltage in any phase has decreased to <30% of
nominal. The chiller will automatically restart when the “VSD INITIALIZATION FAILED”
power line conditions are acceptable. Upon application of power, all boards go through the
initialization process. At this time, memory locations are
“LCSSS – PHASE LOSS” cleared, program jumper positions are checked and serial
(Flash memory Card version C.MLM.01.04 or later) communications links are established. There are several
The Liquid Cooled Solid State Starter Logic/Trigger causes for an unsuccessful initialization as follows:
Board has detected the line-to-line RMS voltage in any • The Control Center and the VSD must be energized
phase has decreased to < 30% of the lowest value of the at the same time. The practice of pulling the fuse in
programed voltage range. If the programmed voltage the Control Center to remove power from the Control
range is “Disabled”, a value of 60VAC is used as the Center will create a problem. Power-up must be ac-
threshold. The chiller will automatically restart when the complished by closing the main disconnect on the VSD
line voltage is > the shutdown threshold. The voltage cabinet with all fuses in place. A power interruption to
range is programmed by a Service technician following the VSD Logic board will also generate this message.
instructions in Service Manual 160.54-M1. • The EPROMs must be of the correct version for each
VSD board and they must be installed correctly.
COMPRESSOR MOTOR VARIABLE The EPROMs are created as a set, and cannot be
SPEED DRIVE: interchanged between earlier and later versions.
CYCLING SHUTDOWN MESSAGES • Serial data communications must be established.
Refer to VSD – Serial Communications fault. If
The following Cycling shutdown messages are displayed communications between the VSD Logic Board,
on Compressor Motor Variable Speed Drive (VSD) ap- Harmonic Filter Logic Board, ACC Board and Con-
plications only. These messages are generated by events trol Center Microboard does not take place during
that occur within the VSD. The chiller will automatically initialization, this message will be generated. The
restart when the cycling condition clears. Service and Serial communications can be veriÞed by selecting
troubleshooting information is contained in YORK the VSD DETAILS screen from the MOTOR
Manual 160.00-M1. screen and observing the Full Load amps value. A
zero displayed for this and other VSD parameters,
indicates a serial communications link problem.
“VSD SHUTDOWN – REQUESTING
FAULT DATA” • If the Harmonic Filter option is included, make sure
The VSD has shutdown the chiller and the Control the Filter Logic Board is not in continuous reset.
Center has not yet received the cause of the fault from This condition is evidenced by the Filter Logic
the VSD, via the serial communications link. The VSD Board’s LED’s alternately blinking. The Þlter can
shuts down the chiller by opening the Motor Controller be eliminated as a cause of initialization failure by
VSD Stop Contacts (located on the VSD Logic Board disconnecting the Filter by placing switch SW1 on
the Filter Logic Board in the OFF position and re-
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moving the ribbon cable between the Filter Logic “VSD – PHASE C GATE DRIVER”
Board and the VSD Logic Boards. See “Phase A Gate Driver” message above.
• VSD and Harmonic Filter Horsepower ratings do
not agree. “VSD - SINGLE PHASE INPUT POWER”
This shutdown is generated by the SCR trigger control
“VSD – HIGH PHASE A and relayed to the VSD logic board to initiate a system
INSTANTANEOUS CURRENT” shutdown. The SCR Trigger control uses circuitry to
This shutdown is generated by the VSD if the motor detect the loss of any one of the three input phases. The
current in phase “A” exceeds a given limit. The mo- Trigger will detect the loss of a phase within one half line
tor current is sensed by the current transformers on the cycle of the phase loss. This message is also displayed
VSD output pole assemblies and the signals are sent to every time power to the VSD is removed or if the input
the VSD Logic Board for processing. Maximum instan- power dips to a very low level.
taneous permissible currents are:
“VSD – HIGH DC BUS VOLTAGE”
351/292 HP = 771 Amps
The VSD’s DC link voltage is continuously monitored
503/419 HP = 1200 Amps
and if the level exceeds 745VDC, a Bus Over-Voltage
790/658 HP = 1890 Amps
shutdown is initiated. If this shutdown occurs, it will be
If an overcurrent trip occurs, but the chiller restarts and necessary to look at the level of the 460VAC applied to
runs without a problem, the cause may be attributed to a the drive. The speciÞed voltage range is 414 to 508VAC.
voltage sag on the utility power feeding the VSD that is
If the incoming voltage is in excess of 508VAC, steps
in excess of the speciÞed voltage range for this product.
Thus is especially true if the chiller was running at, or should be taken to reduce the voltage to within the
near full load. If there should be a sudden dip in line speciÞed limits.
voltage, the current to the motor will increase, since the
motor wants to draw constant horsepower. The chiller “VSD – LOGIC BOARD POWER SUPPLY”
Prerotation Vanes cannot close quickly enough to correct This shutdown is generated by the VSD logic board and
for this sudden increase in current, and the chiller will it indicates that the low voltage power supplies for the
trip on an overcurrent fault. logic boards have dropped below their allowable oper-
ating limits. The power supplies for the logic boards
If the chiller will not restart, but keeps tripping on this are derived from the secondary of the 120 to 24VAC
same shutdown, an output pole problem is the most transformer, which in turn, is derived from the 480 to
likely cause. The VSD would require service under 120VAC control power transformer. This message usu-
these conditions. ally means the power to the VSD has been removed.

“VSD – HIGH PHASE B “VSD – LOW DC BUS VOLTAGE’


INSTANTANEOUS CURRENT” If the DC link drops below 500VDC (or 414VDC for 50
See “High Phase A Instantaneous Current” message Hz applications), the drive will initiate a system shut-
above. down. A common cause for this shutdown is a severe
sag in the incoming power to the drive. Monitor the
“VSD – HIGH PHASE C incoming three-phase AC line for severe sags and also
INSTANTANEOUS CURRENT” monitor the DC link with a voltmeter.
See “High Phase A Instantaneous Current” message
above. “VSD – DC BUS VOLTAGE IMBALANCE”
The DC link is Þltered by many large electrolytic ca-
“VSD – PHASE A GATE DRIVER” pacitors, rated for 450VDC. These capacitors are wired
A second level of current protection exists on the VSD in series to achieve 900VDC capability for the DC link.
driver boards themselves. The collector-to-emitter sat-
It is important that the voltage be shared equally from the
uration voltage of each IGBT is checked continuously
while the device is gated on. If the voltage across the junction of the center, or series capacitor connection, to
IGBT is greater than a set threshold, the IGBT is gated the negative bus and the positive bus. This center point
off and a shutdown pulse is sent to the VSD logic board should be approximately ½ of the total DC link voltage.
shutting down the entire VSD system. A gate driver fault Most actual bus voltage imbalance conditions are caused
can be initiated when the VSD is not running. by a shorted capacitor or a leaky or shorted IGBT tran-
“VSD – PHASE B GATE DRIVER” sistor in an output phase bank assembly. This usually
See “Phase A Gate Driver” message above. indicates the VSD requires service.

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“VSD – PRECHARGE – DC BUS VOLTAGE IM- A Heatsink temperature sensor indicating a temperature
BALANCE” <37°F will cause the chiller to shut down and display
This message indicates the same as the “VSD-DC Bus this message. In most cases, the problem will be an open
Voltage imbalance” message above, except the condition thermistor or broken wiring to the thermistor. The nor-
occurred during the Pre-lube period. mal thermistor resistance is 10K ohms at 77°F.

“VSD – HIGH INTERNAL AMBIENT “VSD – LOW PHASE B INVERTER HEATSINK


TEMPERATURE” TEMPERATURE”
The ambient temperature monitored is actually the (Style D VSD)
temperature detected by a component mounted on the See “Low Phase A Inverter Heatsink Temperature”
VSD logic board. The high ambient trip threshold is set message above.
2
for 140°F. Some potential causes for this shutdown are:
internal VSD fan failure, VSD water pump failure or an
“VSD – LOW PHASE C INVERTER HEATSINK
entering condenser water temperature that exceeds the
allowable limit for the job. Additional causes for the TEMPERATURE”
shutdown are: (Style D VSD)
See “Low Phase A Inverter Heatsink Temperature”
• Plugged Strainer – The standard 1.5” Y-strainer message above.
contains a woven mesh element with 20 stainless
steel wires per inch. This has been found to work ad- “VSD – LOW CONVERTER HEATSINK TEM-
equately on most applications. Some users may have PERATURE”
very dirty condenser water, which can cause the If VSD part number is 371-02767-XXX (60 Hz) or
strainer to plug. Locations with special conditions 371-03700-XXX (50 Hz), a heatsink temperature sensor
may want to consider a dual strainer arrangement indicating a temperature of <37°F will cause the chiller
with quarter turn valves, to permit cleaning of one to shutdown and display this message. In most cases,
strainer with the unit still on line. the problem will be an open thermistor or broken wir-
• Plugged Heat-exchanger – In cases where the strainer ing to the thermistor. The normal thermistor resistance
plugs frequently, the heat-exchanger may eventually is 10K ohms at 77°F.
plug or become restricted to the point of reduced ßow.
At this point, we suggest you back-ßush the heat- “VSD – LOW PHASE A INVERTER BASEPLATE
exchanger by reversing the two rubber hoses which TEMPERATURE”
supply condenser water to-from the heat-exchanger. (VSD part number 371-03789-xxx (503 HP 60 Hz; 419
If the rust cannot be back-ßushed, the heat-exchanger HP 50 Hz) (Flash Memory Card version C.MLM.01.08
might have to be replaced. and later)
The chiller has shutdown because the Baseplate tem-
• Low Condenser Flow – The VSD system requires
perature has decreased to <37 ºF.
8 feet of pressure drop across the heat exchanger
to maintain adequate GPM. If the pressure drop is
“VSD – LOW PHASE B INVERTER BASEPLATE
less than 8 feet, it will be necessary to correct the
TEMPERATURE”
ßow problem or add a booster pump as is applied
(VSD part number 371-03789-xxx (503 HP 60 Hz; 419
on retroÞt chillers.
HP 50 Hz) (Flash Memory Card version C.MLM.01.08
and later)
“VSD – INVALID CURRENT SCALE
The chiller has shutdown because the Baseplate tem-
SELECTION”
perature has decreased to <37 ºF.
Since the part number of the VSD Logic Board is the
same on all horsepower sizes, the position of Program
“VSD – LOW PHASE C INVERTER BASEPLATE
Jumpers tells the Logic Board the size of the VSD
TEMPERATURE”
employed. This allows the VSD to properly scale the
(VSD part number 371-03789-xxx (503 HP 60 Hz; 419
output current. If the Jumper conÞguration is invalid, a
HP 50 Hz) (Flash Memory Card version C.MLM.01.08
shutdown is performed and this message is generated.
and later)
Refer to YORK VSD Service manual 160.00-M1.
The chiller has shutdown because the Baseplate tem-
perature has decreased to <37 ºF.
“VSD – LOW PHASE A INVERTER HEATSINK
TEMPERATURE”
(Style D VSD)
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“VSD – PRECHARGE – LOW DC BUS “HARMONIC FILTER – HIGH DC BUS


VOLTAGE” VOLTAGE”
During Pre-charge, the DC link must be equal to or The Harmonic Þlter’s DC Link voltage is continuously
greater than 50VDC (41VDC for 50 Hz) within ½ second monitored and if the level exceeds 860VDC, this shut-
and 500VDC within 15 seconds after the Pre-charge re- down is performed. The Harmonic Filter has its own
lay is energized. If this condition is not met, a shutdown DC bus as part of the Filter power assembly, and this
is performed and this message is generated. DC Link is not connected in any way with the VSD’s
DC link. If this shutdown occurs, it will be necessary
“VSD – LOW INVERTER BASEPLATE to look at the level of 460VAC applied to the Harmonic
TEMPERATURE” Filter. The speciÞed voltage range is 414 to 508. If the
(Applicable to VSD with part number 371-02767-XXX incoming voltage is in excess of 508, steps should be
(60 Hz) or 371-03700-XXX (50 Hz)) taken to reduce the level to within speciÞed limits. The
(If compressor other than “P”, requires Flash Memory cause of this message is typically high line voltage or a
Card version C.MLM.01.05A.xxx and later) surge on the utility supply.
A baseplate temperature sensor indicating a temperature
of <37°F will cause the chiller to shut down and display “HARMONIC FILTER – HIGH PHASE A
this message. In most cases, the problem will be an open CURRENT”
thermistor or broken wiring to the thermistor. The nor- The maximum instantaneous harmonic Þlter current is
mal thermistor resistance is 5K ohms at 77°F. monitored and compared to a preset limit. If this limit
is exceeded, a shutdown is performed and this message
“VSD – LOGIC BOARD PROCESSOR” is generated. The Filter current is monitored using two
This shutdown is generated if a communications prob- DCCT’s and these signals are processed by the Þlter
lem occurs between the two microprocessors on the logic board. The preset limits are as follows:
VSD Logic Board.
351/292 HP = 356 Amps
503/419 HP = 496 Amps
“VSD – RUN SIGNAL”
790/658 HP = 745 Amps
Redundant RUN signals are generated by the Control
1048/917 HP = 385 AMPS
Center; one via TB6-24 and the second via the Serial
Communications link. Upon receipt of either of the If the VSD automatically restarts after this shutdown and
two RUN commands by the VSD, a 5 second timer continues to operate properly with the Þlter operating, it is
shall commence timing. If both run commands are not likely the Þlter tripped due to a sag or surge in the voltage
received by the VSD Logic Board within 5 seconds, a feeding the VSD. If this message reoccurs, preventing the
shutdown is performed and this message is displayed. chiller from starting, the VSD will require service.
This is generally indicative of a wiring problem between
the Control Center and the VSD. “HARMONIC FILTER – HIGH PHASE B
CURRENT”
“VSD – SERIAL COMMUNICATIONS” See “Harmonic Filter – High Phase A Current” message
This message is generated when communications be- above.
tween the Adaptive Capacity Control (ACC) Board and
the VSD Logic Board, or between the Control Center “HARMONIC FILTER – HIGH PHASE C
Microboard and the VSD Logic Board, is disrupted. This CURRENT”
is generally indicative of defective wiring between J11 See “Harmonic Filter – High Phase A Current” message
on the VSD Logic Board and J8 on the ACC Board. above.

“HARMONIC FILTER – LOGIC BOARD OR “HARMONIC FILTER – PHASE LOCKED


COMMUNICATIONS” LOOP”
This message is generated when communications be- This shutdown indicates that a circuit called “Phase
tween the Harmonic Þlter and the VSD Logic Board, is Locked Loop” on the Þlter logic board has lost synchro-
disrupted. If equipped with Flash Memory Card version nization with the incoming power line. This is usually
C.MLM.01.06.xxx and later, the communications must indicative of an open fuse in one of the Þlter’s incoming
be interrupted for 10 continuous communications cycles power line. Filter power fuses 11FU, 12FU and 13FU
(20 seconds) before the shutdown will occur. should be checked.

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“HARMONIC FILTER – PRECHARGE – “HARMONIC FILTER – LOGIC BOARD


LOW DC BUS VOLTAGE” POWER SUPPLY”
During pre-charge, the Þlter’s DC link must be equal to The low voltage power supplies on the Þlter logic board
or greater than 50VDC (41VDC for 50 Hz) within 1/10 have decreased below their permissible operating range.
second after the pre-charge relay is energized. If this The Þlter logic board receives its power from the VSD
condition is not met, a shutdown is performed and this logic board via the ribbon cable, connecting the two
message is generated. boards.
“HARMONIC FILTER – RUN SIGNAL”
“HARMONIC FILTER – LOW DC BUS When a digital run command is received at the Þlter logic
VOLTAGE” board from the VSD logic board via the 16 position ribbon
The Harmonic Filter generates its own Þlter DC link cable, a 1/10 second timer is started. If a redundant run
2
voltage by switching its IGBT’s. This DC level is ac- command does not occur on the serial data link from the
tually higher than the level that one could obtain by sim- VSD logic board before the timer expires, a shutdown is
ply rectifying the input line voltage. Thus, the harmonic performed and this message is generated.
Þlter actually performs a voltage “boost” function. This
is necessary in order to permit current to ßow into the “HARMONIC FILTER – DC CURRENT
power line from the Þlter when the input line is at its TRANSFORMER 1”
peak level. This shutdown occurs when the Þlter’s DC During initialization, with no current ßowing through the
link voltage decreases to a level less than 60VDC be- DC Current Transformers (DCCT’s), the DCCT output
low the Þlter DC link voltage setpoint. This Setpoint is voltages are measured and compared with a preset limit
determined by the Þlter logic board via the sensing of via the Þlter logic board. If the measured values exceed
the three phase input line-to-line voltage. This setpoint the preset limits, the DCCT’s are presumed to be defec-
is set to the peak of the sensed input line-to-line voltage tive and this shutdown is generated.
plus 32 volts, not to exceed 760 volts and it varies with
the input line-to-line voltage. If this shutdown occurs “HARMONIC FILTER – DC CURRENT
occasionally, the likely cause is a severe sag in the input TRANSFORMER 2”
line voltage. See “Harmonic Filter – DC Current Transformer 1”
message above.
“HARMONIC FILTER – DC BUS VOLTAGE IM-
BALANCE” SAFETY SHUTDOWN MESSAGES
The Þlter DC link is Þltered by large, electrolytic ca-
pacitors, rated for 450VDC. These capacitors are wired “EVAPORATOR – LOW PRESSURE”
in series to achieve a 900VDC capability for the DC The evaporator pressure, as sensed by the Evaporator
link. It is important the voltage is shared equally from Transducer, has decreased to the Safety shutdown thresh-
the junction of the center or series capacitor connection, old. For water cooling applications, the safety shutdown
to the negative bus and to the positive bus. This center threshold is a Þxed value for the respective refrigerant.
point should be approximately ½ of the total DC link For Brine cooling applications, the safety shutdown
voltage. threshold varies according to the concentration of the
Brine solution. The Brine shutdown threshold is pro-
“HARMONIC FILTER – INPUT grammed at the YORK Factory. It should not be changed
CURRENT OVERLOAD” by anyone other than a qualiÞed Service Technician fol-
The three phases of RMS Þlter current are monitored lowing instructions in YORK Service Manual 160.54-M1.
and if any one of the three phases continuously exceeds The chiller can be started after the evaporator pressure
a given threshold for 7 seconds, a chiller shutdown is increases to the restart threshold and the COMPRESSOR
performed and this message is displayed. The maximum switch is placed in the Stop-Reset (O) position.
permissible continuous RMS current ratings for the har- Shutdown (PSIG) Restart (PSIG)
monic Þlter are: Water Cooling - R22 54.3 54.4
351/292 HP = 128 AMPS - R134a 25.0 25.1
503/419 HP = 176 AMPS 25.0 to 54.3 +0.1 >
Brine Cooling - R22
790/658 HP = 277 AMPS as programmed Shutdown threshold
1048/917 HP = 385 AMPS - R134a 6.0 to 25.0 +0.1 >
as programmed Shutdown threshold

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“EVAPORATOR – LOW PRESSURE - SMART “EVAPORATOR – TRANSDUCER OR


FREEZE” TEMPERATURE SENSOR”
(Flash memory card version C.MLM.01.02 or later) A possible defective Evaporator pressure Transducer or
Smart Freeze protection is activated and has shutdown Refrigerant Temperature Sensor has been detected. The
the chiller because the evaporator temperature has been Control Center converts the evaporator pressure to a Sat-
below the Smart Freeze threshold for greater than the al- urated Temperature value and compares this value to the
lowable number of seconds. If the Evaporator Refrigerant optional Evaporator Refrigerant Temperature Sensor. If the
Temperature sensor RT7 is Enabled, (using procedure difference between these temperatures is greater than 3.0°F,
in Service Manual 160.54-M1), this parameter is used continuously for 1 minute, this shutdown is performed. This
as the evaporator refrigerant temperature and the freeze check is only performed under the following conditions:
threshold is 32.8°F. If RT7 is not enabled, the evaporator • Chiller has been running for at least 10 minutes
refrigerant temperature used is the Evaporator Saturation • Evaporator Refrigerant temperature (RT7) has been
Temperature, derived from the Evaporator Pressure Trans- enabled by a Service technician using instructions
ducer and the freeze threshold is 34.0°F. in YORK Service Manual 160.54.M1
The total count is incremented once for every second the • Not in Brine cooling mode (If compressor appli-
evaporator refrigerant temperature is below the freeze cation other than “P”, applies only to Flash memory
threshold (but is never decremented below zero). The card version C.MLM.01.02 and later)
number of seconds it will take the chilled liquid to freeze • Smart Freeze is enabled (If compressor application
is based on how far the evaporator refrigerant tempera- other than “P”, applies only to Flash Memory Card
ture is below the freeze threshold as follows: version C.MLM.01.05.xxx and later)
• Evaporator Temperature Sensor (RT7) or Evaporator
# seconds to freezing = (4053.7) / (freeze threshold – evap. refrigerant Saturation Temperature is indicating a temperature
temp.) of <32.0°F (If compressor application other than
“P”, applies only to Flash Memory Card version
Smart Freeze is activated only if the feature has been C.MLM.01.05.xxx and later)
Enabled by a Service technician (following instructions
in Service Manual 160.54-M1) and the Leaving Chilled The chiller can be started after the temperatures are
Liquid temperature Setpoint is <38.0°F. within 3.0°F of one another and the COMPRESSOR
switch is placed in the Stop-reset (O) position.
“EVAPORATOR – TRANSDUCER OR LEAVING
LIQUID PROBE”
“CONDENSER – HIGH PRESSURE
A possible defective Evaporator pressure Transducer or
CONTACTS OPEN”
Leaving Chilled Liquid temperature Thermistor has been
The contacts of the electro-mechanical high pressure
detected. The pressure and temperature that these de-
safety device, located on the condenser shell, have
vices are indicating are not in the correct relationship to
opened because this device has detected a pressure >
each other. The Control Center converts the evaporator
180.0 PSIG (R134a – except “P” compressors), >200.0
pressure to a Saturated Temperature value and compares
PSIG (R134a – “P” compressors), >265.0 (R22). The
this value to the Leaving Chilled Liquid temperature
contacts will automatically close when the condenser
(difference = chilled liquid temp – evaporator saturated
pressure decreases to <120.0 PSIG (R134a – except “P”
temp). The difference should not be outside the range of
compressors), <140.0 PSIG (R134a – “P” compressors),
–2.5°F to +25.0°F. If the Transducer and Thermistor are
< 205 PSIG (R22). The chiller can be started after the
accurate, the Evaporator Saturated temperature should
contacts close and the COMPRESSOR switch is placed
not be > 2.5°F warmer nor > 25.0°F colder than the
in the Stop-Reset (O) position.
leaving chilled liquid temperature. In order to initiate a
shutdown, the difference must be outside the acceptable
“CONDENSER – HIGH PRESSURE”
range continuously for 10 minutes. For Steam Turbine
The condenser pressure, as sensed by the Condenser
drive applications, this check is bypassed for the Þrst 20
Transducer, has increased to >180.0 PSIG (R134a),
minutes of chiller operation. The chiller can be started
>265.0 PSIG (R22). The chiller can be started after the
after the COMPRESSOR switch is placed in the Stop-
pressure decreases to < 120.0 PSIG (R134a), < 205 PSIG
Reset (O) position.
(R22) and the COMPRESSOR switch is placed in the
Stop-reset (O) position.

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“CONDENSER – HIGH PRESSURE – “OIL – LOW DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE”


STOPPED” The differential oil pressure decreased to < 15.0 PSID
(Software versions C.MLM.01.11.xxx and later or while the chiller was running or failed to achieve 25.0
C.OPT.01.11.303 and later) The condenser pressure PSID by the last 5 seconds of the “System Prelube”
exceeded 160.0PSIG (R134a), 240.0 PSIG (R22) while period. The differential oil pressure is the difference
the chiller was stopped. High temperature condenser between the output of the Sump Oil Pressure Transducer
water ßowing through the condenser while the chiller (system low pressure) and the output of the Pump Oil
is shutdown can cause a condenser high pressure con- Pressure Transducer (system high pressure). The chiller
dition resulting in loss of refrigerant. This safety fault can be started after the COMPRESSOR switch is placed
anticipates this problem by annunciating the condenser in the Stop-Reset (O) position.
high pressure condition. The chiller can be restarted 2
“OIL - HIGH DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE”
after a Service Technician performs a special reset
The differential oil Pressure increased to > 90.0 PSID
preset procedure contained in YORK Service Manual
(120.0 PSID with software versions C.MLM.01.08.xxx
160.54-M1.
(and later) or C.OPT.01.08A.xxx (and later)) while the
oil pump was running. The differential oil pressure is the
“CONDENSER – PRESSURE TRANSDUCER OUT
difference between the output of the Sump Oil Pressure
OF RANGE” Transducer (system low pressure) and the output of the
The Condenser Pressure Transducer is indicating a pres- Pump Oil Pressure Transducer (system high pressure).
sure that is < 6.8 PSIG (R134a), < 24.2 PSIG (R22) or > The chiller can be started after the differential oil pressure
300.0 PSIG (R134a or R22). This is outside the normal decreases to < 90.0 PSID and the COMPRESSOR switch
operating range of the transducer. This is generally in- is placed in the Stop-reset (O) position.
dicates a defective transducer. The chiller can be started
after the transducer is indicating a pressure that is within “OIL – PUMP PRESSURE TRANSDUCER OUT
range and the COMPRESSOR switch is placed in the OF RANGE”
Stop-Reset (O) position. The Pump Oil Pressure Transducer (system high pressure)
is indicating a pressure that is <0.0 PSIG or >315.0 PSIG.
“AUXILIARY SAFETY – CONTACTS CLOSED” This is outside the normal operating range of the trans-
The Auxiliary Safety shutdown contacts, connected ducer. This generally indicates a defective transducer.
to I/O Board TB4-31 have closed, initiating a safety The chiller can be started after the transducer is indicating
shutdown. This input is a general-purpose, user deÞned a pressure that is within range and the COMPRESSOR
safety shutdown input. The chiller can be started after the switch is placed in the Stop-reset (O) position.
contacts open and the COMPRESSOR switch is placed
in the Stop-Reset (O) position. “OIL – SUMP PRESSURE TRANSDUCER OUT
OF RANGE”
“DISCHARGE – HIGH TEMPERATURE” The Sump Oil Pressure Transducer (system low pressure)
The discharge temperature, as sensed by the Discharge is indicating a pressure that is outside the normal operating
Temperature Thermistor, has increased to > 220.0°F. The range of the transducer as follows: R134a - <0.0 PSIG or
chiller can be started after the temperature decreases to >315.0 PSIG, R22 - <23.2 PSIG or >271.8 PSIG. This
< 220.0°F and the COMPRESSOR switch is placed in generally indicates a defective transducer. The chiller can
the Stop-Reset (O) position. be started after the transducer is indicating a pressure that
is within range and the COMPRESSOR switch is placed
“DISCHARGE – LOW TEMPERATURE” in the Stop-reset (O) position.
The discharge temperature, as sensed by the Discharge
Temperature Thermistor, has decreased to < 30.0°F. The “OIL - DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE
chiller can be started after the temperature increases to CALIBRATION”
The Sump and Pump oil pressure Transducers indicated a
> 30.0°F and the COMPRESSOR switch is placed in
differential oil pressure of >15.0 PSID during the oil pressure
the Stop-Reset (O) position.
transducer Auto-Zeroing period that begins 10 seconds into
“OIL – HIGH TEMPERATURE” “System Pre-lube” and lasts for 3 seconds. This is indicative
The oil temperature, as sensed by the Oil Temperature of a defective Sump or Pump Transducer, since the oil pump
Thermistor, has increased to > 180.0°F. The chiller can is not running during this period and the actual differential
be started after the temperature decreases to < 180.0°F oil pressure is 0 PSID. The transducers are sensing the same
and the Compressor switch is placed in the Stop-Reset pressure during this period and their outputs should be simi-
(O) position. lar. The chiller can be started after the COMPRESSOR
switch is placed in the stop-reset (O) position.
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“OIL – VARIABLE SPEED PUMP – SETPOINT The Style B Solid State Starter detects the unbalance
NOT ACHIEVED” condition and advise the Optiview Control Center
This is only applicable to chillers equipped with the Microboard via serial communications. The Style A
Oil Pump Variable Speed Drive. One of the following Solid State Starter and Variable Speed Drives returns
conditions have occurred while in “System Prelube”, the 3-phase motor current values to the Optiview Control
“System Run” or “System Coastdown”. The chiller can Center Microboard where the unbalance calculation is
be started after the COMPRESSOR switch is placed in performed. This safety shutdown is not performed on
the Stop-reset (O) position. Electro-mechanical starter applications.

1. The differential oil pressure was < 35.0 PSID; “THRUST BEARING – PROX IM I TY PROBE
(< 25 PSID for “P” compressors equipped with CLEARANCE”
software version C.01.10A.xxx (and earlier) or (Style E and earlier chillers with G, H or J compressors
C.OPT.01.10A.xxx (and earlier) for 5 continuous and Style F and later Chillers with J or H3 Compres-
seconds during the last 10 seconds of the “System sors)
Prelube” period or during the Þrst 15 seconds of
“System Run”. The clearance between the compressor high speed thrust
-OR- collar and the tip of the Proximity Probe has increased >
2. Anytime after the Þrst 30 seconds of “System run”, +10 mils or decreased > -25 mils (for 2 continuous
the differential oil pressure was < the Oil Pressure seconds) from the Reference Position. The minimum
Setpoint with the speed command from the Mi- allowed clearance is 23 mils. Therefore, if the Reference
croboard at 60 Hz for 5 continuous seconds. position is < 47 mils, the shutdown will occur when the
actual clearance is < 22 mils.

“CONTROL PANEL – POWER FAILURE” If equipped with software version C.MLM.01.10.xxx


A Control Power failure has occurred. If the power failure (and later) or C.OPT.01.10.302 (and later), the operation
duration was < the duration of the applicable “Coastdown” is as follows: the clearance is only checked during the
period (2.5 minutes standard; 15 minutes steam turbine), the last 20 seconds of “System Prelube”, during “System
remainder of the “Coastdown” is performed upon restoration Run” and during “Coastdown”. Therefore, the fault is
of power. The chiller can be started after the COMPRESSOR only detected during those periods. Also, the +10mil
switch is placed in the Stop-reset (O) position. This mes- threshold must be exceeded for 2 continuous seconds
sage can indicate a Cycling (auto-restart after power (instantaneous with previous software).
failure) or Safety (manual restart after power failure)
shutdown, depending upon Control Center conÞgu-
This shutdown must be evaluated by a
ration. It indicates a Cycling shutdown when displayed qualified Service Technician prior to
in orange characters; Safety shutdown when displayed starting the chiller. Starting the chiller
in red characters. The Control center is conÞgured for without this evaluation could result in
auto-restart or manual restart after power failure by a severe compressor damage. To prevent
qualiÞed Service technician following instructions in the chiller from starting without the
YORK Service Manual 160.54-M1. proper evaluation, restart is inhibited
until the clearance is within acceptable
“MOTOR OR STARTER – CURRENT limits and a special reset procedure is
IMBALANCE” performed by the Service Technician.
The three phase compressor motor current imbalance The evaluation and reset procedure are
was > 30% continuously for 45 seconds. The imbalance contained in YORK Service Manual
is not checked until the chiller has been running for at
160.54-M1.
least 45 seconds and the average of the three phases of
motor current is > 80% of the programmed 100% chiller
Full Load Amps. The average is calculated as: Iave =
(Ia+Ib+Ic) / 3. The imbalance is calculated as:
(Ia-Iave) + (Ib-Iave) + (Ic-Iave)
x 100
2(Iave)

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“THRUST BEARING – PROXIMITY PROBE OUT is performed by the Service technician.


OF RANGE” The evaluation and reset procedure
(Style E and earlier chillers with G, H or J compressors are contained in YORK Service Man-
and Style F and later Chillers with J or H3 Compres- ual 160.54-M1.
sors)
“THRUST BEARING – OIL TEM PER ATURE
The clearance between the compressor high speed thrust SENSOR”
collar and the tip of the Proximity Probe has decreased (Not Flash Memory Card version C.MLM.01.03 and
to < 17 mils. later)

If equipped with software version C.MLM.01.10.xxx


2
The temperature of the oil in the High Speed Drain Line,
(and later) or C.OPT.01.10.302 (and later), the operation
as sensed by the Proximity Probe, has decreased to <
is as follows: the clearance is only checked during the
50.0°F during “System Run” or the last 10 seconds of
last 20 seconds of “System Prelube”, during “System
“System Prelube”.
Run” and during “Coastdown”. Therefore, the fault is
only detected during those periods.
This shutdown must be evaluated by
This shutdown must be evaluated by a a qualified Service Technician prior
qualified Service Technician prior to to starting the chiller. Starting the
starting the chiller. Starting the chiller chiller without this evaluation could
without this evaluation could result in result in severe compressor damage.
severe compressor damage. To prevent To prevent the chiller from starting
the chiller from starting without the without the proper evaluation, restart
proper evaluation, restart is inhibited is inhibited until the temperature in-
until the clearance is within +10 to -25 creases to >50.0°F and a special reset
mils of the Reference Position and a procedure is performed by the Service
special reset procedure is performed by Technician. The evaluation and reset
the Service Technician. The evaluation procedure are contained in YORK
and reset procedure are contained in Service Manual 160.54-M1.
YORK Service Manual 160.54-M1.
“THRUST BEARING - LIMIT SWITCH OPEN”
(All “P and Q” compressors and Style F Chillers with
“THRUST BEARING – HIGH OIL
G or H5-8 Compressors)
TEMPERATURE”
(Not applicable to Flash Memory Card version
The High Speed Thrust Bearing Limit Switch contacts,
C.MLM.01.03 and later)
connected to TB3-81, have opened. This occurs when the
The temperature of the oil in the High Speed Drain Line, Bearing position decreases to < the allowed position.
as sensed by the Proximity Probe, has increased to >
250.0°F. This shutdown must be evaluated by a
qualified Service Technician prior to
This shutdown must be evaluated by a
starting the chiller. Starting the chiller
qualified Service Technician prior to
without this evaluation could result in
starting the chiller. Starting the chiller
severe compressor damage. To prevent
without this evaluation could result in
the chiller from starting without the
severe compressor damage. To prevent
proper evaluation, restart is inhibited
the chiller from starting without the
until the switch contacts have closed
proper evaluation, restart is inhibited
and a special reset procedure is per-
until the temperature decreases to <
formed by the Service Technician. The
180.0°F and a special reset procedure
evaluation and reset procedure are
contained in YORK Service Manual
160.54-M1.

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“WATCHDOG – SOFTWARE REBOOT” “LCSSS – HIGH PHASE (X) HEATSINK TEM-


The Microboard’s software Watchdog initiated a Micropro- PERATURE – RUNNING”
cessor reset because it detected that a portion of the chiller The Liquid Cooled Solid State Starter Logic/Trigger
operating Program was not being executed. The result of Board has detected the temperature of phase A, B or
this reset is a Safety shutdown and re-initialization of the C (designed as X in the message) Silicon Controlled
Program. This is generally indicative of a severe electrical RectiÞer (SCR) Modules has exceeded 212°F while the
power disturbance or impending Microboard Failure. The chiller was running. The safety can be reset after all SCR
chiller can be started after the COMPRESSOR switch is temperatures are < 210°F and the COMPRESSOR switch
placed in the Stop-Reset (O) position. is placed in the Stop-Reset position (O). However, the
chiller cannot be started until all SCR temperatures are
“SURGE PROTECTION – EXCESS SURGE” < 109°F. During the shutdown, the starter cooling pump
(Flash Memory Card version C.MLM.01.05.xxx and runs until the temperature is < 109°F.
later)(Applies only if Surge Protection SHUTDOWN
feature is Enabled)
“LCSSS – 105% MOTOR CURRENT OVER-
LOAD”
The Surge Window Count surge events exceeded the
The highest phase of the compressor motor current in-
Count Limit setpoint. If the Surge Protection Extended
creased to > 105% of the programmed 100% chiller Full
Run feature is Disabled, the chiller shuts down as soon
Load Amps continuously for 40 seconds. The chiller can
as the count exceeds the limit. If the Extended Run
be started after the COMPRESSOR switch is placed in
feature is Enabled, this shutdown occurs only if the
the Stop-Reset (O) position.
count exceeds the limit at completion of the 10 minute
Extended Run period. The chiller can be started after
the COMPRESSOR Switch is placed in the Stop-Reset “LCSSS – PHASE (X) SHORTED SCR”
(O) position. (Flash memory Card version C.MLM.01.04 or later)
A shorted Silicon Controlled RectiÞer (SCR) in phase
MOD “B” SOLID STATE STARTER A, B or C (designated as X in the message) has been
SAFETY SHUTDOWN MESSAGES detected by the Liquid Cooled Solid State Starter
Logic/Trigger Board. The voltage across each SCR in
“LCSSS SHUTDOWN – REQUESTING FAULT monitored to detect the shorted condition. The shorted
DATA...” condition must exist continuously for 5 seconds in order
The Liquid Cooled Solid State Starter Logic/Trigger Board to annunciate the fault. This check is disabled while the
has shut down the chiller but the Control Center has not yet chiller is running. The chiller can be started after the
received the cause of the fault from the LCSSS, via the serial condition has been corrected and the COMPRESSOR
communications link. The LCSSS shuts down the chiller by switch is placed in the Stop-Reset (O) position.
opening the Motor Controller LCSSS Stop Contacts (K1
relay located on the Logic/Trigger Board and connected “LCSSS – OPEN SCR”
between TB6-16 and TB6-53 in the Control Center). The An open Silicon Controlled RectiÞer (SCR) has been
Microboard, in the Control Center, then sends a request for de tect ed by the Liquid Cooled Solid State Starter
the cause of the fault to the Logic/Trigger Board over the Logic/Trigger Board. The open condition must exist
serial communications link. Since serial communications continuously for 5 seconds in order to annunciate the
are initiated every 2 seconds, this message is typically fault. The chiller can be started after the condition has
displayed for a few seconds and then replaced with one been corrected and the COMPRESSOR switch is placed
of the following fault messages. in the Stop-Reset (O) position. This check is disabled
when the chiller is shut down. In certain applications,
local power line conditions could interfere with the open
“LCSSS – HIGH INSTANTANEOUS CURRENT”
SCR detection technique. This requires a qualiÞed Ser-
The Liquid Cooled Solid State Starter Logic/Trigger
vice Technician to disable this check. Refer to YORK
Board detected that the compressor motor current in
Service Manual 160.54-M1.
any phase exceeded 1.1(1.414 x RMS value of the pro-
grammed Start Current) for a minimum of 1 second. The
chiller can be started after the COMPRESSOR switch “LCSSS – PHASE (X) OPEN SCR”
is placed in the Stop-Reset (O) position. (Software versions C.MLM.01.11.xxx and later or
C.OPT.01.11.303 and later) An open SCR in phase A,
B or C (designated as X in message) has been detected.
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This safety shutdown has the same criteria as “LCSSS Logic Board. The chiller can be started after the RESET
– OPEN SCR” above. However, when the Solid State push-button on the VSD Logic Board is pressed and
Starter Logic/Trigger Board is equipped with Eprom ver- the COMPRESSOR switch is placed in the Stop-reset
sion C.SSS.01.03 (and later) and the Optiview Control position (O).
Center is equipped with above software, the phase in
which the open SCR occurred is identiÞed. “VSD – HIGH PHASE A INVERTER HEATSINK
TEMPERATURE”
“LCSSS – PHASE ROTATION” (Style D VSD)
(Flash memory Card version C.MLM.01.04 or later) This shutdown will occur if the heatsink temperature ex-
The Liquid Cooled Solid State Starter Logic/Trigger ceeds 158°F on any of the output pole assemblies. This
Board has detected the three phase compressor motor shutdown will seldom occur. In most cases where the cool-
2
power line voltage phase rotation is not correct. The ant temperature has risen abnormally, the VSD will shut
chiller can be started after the phase rotation is correct down on “Ambient Temperature” @ 140.0°F before the
and the COMPRESSOR Switch is placed in the Stop- heatsinks can reach 158°F. If this message is displayed,
Reset (O) position. make sure there is adequate coolant level, ascertain the
pump is operating when the chiller is running, and check
COMPRESSOR MOTOR VARIABLE the strainer in the primary of the heat exchanger for clogs
SPEED DRIVE: and silt. The chiller can be started after the fault condition
SAFETY SHUTDOWN MESSAGES clears, the RESET button on the VSD Logic Board is
pressed and the COMPRESSOR switch is placed in the
The following Safety shutdown messages are displayed Stop-reset position (O).
on Compressor Motor variable Speed Drive (VSD) ap-
plications only. These messages are generated by events “VSD – HIGH PHASE B INVERTER
that occur within the VSD. The chiller can be started HEATSINK TEMPERATURE”
after manual resets are performed as detailed below.
(Style D VSD)
Service and troubleshooting information is contained
See Phase A message above.
in YORK Manual 160.00-M1.

“VSD – HIGH PHASE C INVERTER


“VSD SHUTDOWN – REQUESTING FAULT HEATSINK TEMPERATURE”
DATA” (Style D VSD)
The VSD has shut down the chiller and the control
center has not yet received the cause of the fault from See Phase A message above.
the VSD, via the serial communications link. The VSD
shuts down the chiller by opening the Motor Control- “VSD – HIGH CONVERTER HEATSINK TEM-
ler “VSD Stop Contacts” (located on the VSD Logic PERATURE”
Board and connected between TB6-16 and TB6-53 in
(Style D VSD)
the Control Center). The Microboard in the Control
See Phase A message above.
Center then sends a request for the cause of the fault to
the VSD Logic Board via the Adaptive Capacity Control
Board, over the serial link. Since serial communications “VSD – HIGH CONVERTER HEATSINK
are initiated every 2 seconds, this message is typically TEMPERATURE”
displayed for a few seconds and then replaced with one (Applicable to VSD with Part Number 371-02767-XXX
of the following fault messages.
(60 Hz) and 371-03700-XXX (50 Hz))
(If compressor other than “P”, requires Flash Memory
“VSD – 105% MOTOR CURRENT OVERLOAD”
Card version C.MLM.01.05A.xxx and later)
This shutdown is generated by the VSD Logic Board
This shutdown will occur if the heatsink temperature
and it indicates that a motor overload has occurred. The
exceeds 170°F. The chiller can be started after the fault
shutdown is generated when the VSD Logic Board has
condition clears and the COMPRESSOR Switch is
detected that at least 1 of the 3 output phase currents has
placed in the Stop-reset (O) position.
exceeded 105% of the chiller Full Load Amps (FLA)
value for > 7 seconds. The chiller FLA value is set
by adjustment of the FLA potentiometer on the VSD

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“VSD - HIGH INVERTER BASEPLATE “VSD – PRECHARGE LOCKOUT”


TEMPERATURE” If the VSD fails to make Pre-charge, the Pre-charge
(Applicable to VSD with Part Number 371-02767-XXX relay shall drop out for 10 seconds during which time
(60 Hz) and 371-03700-XXX (50 Hz)) the VSD’s fans and water pumps shall remain energized
(If compressor other than “P”, requires Flash Memory in order to permit the Pre-charge resistors to cool. Fol-
Card version C.MLM.01.05A.xxx and later) lowing this 10-second cool down period, Pre-charge
This shutdown will occur if the baseplate temperature shall again be initiated. The VSD shall attempt to make
exceeds 175°F. The chiller can be started after the fault Pre-charge 3 consecutive times. If the VSD fails to
condition clears, the RESET button on the VSD Logic make Pre-charge on 3 consecutive tries, the unit will
Board is pressed and the COMPRESSOR Switch is shut down, lockout and display this message. The chiller
placed in the Stop-reset position (O). can be started after the COMPRESSOR switch is placed
in the Stop-reset (O) position.
“VSD – HIGH PHASE A INVERTER BASEPLATE
TEMPERATURE” “HARMONIC FILTER – HIGH HEATSINK
(VSD part number 371-03789-xxx (503HP 60 Hz; 419HP TEMPERATURE”
50 Hz) (Flash Memory Card version C.MLM.01.08.xxx (Style D VSD)
and later) The Harmonic Filter power assembly has one heat-
sink thermistor on the 503 HP units, and two heatsink
The chiller has shutdown because the Baseplate tempera- thermistors on the 790 HP units. If the temperature on
ture has increased to >158ºF. The chiller can be started any heatsink exceeds 167°F, the unit will shut down.
after the fault condition clears, the RESET button on This message is usually an indication of a low cool-
the VSD Logic Board and the COMPRESSOR switch ant level in the VSD cooling loop. The chiller can be
is placed in the stop-reset position (O). started after the fault condition clears, the OVERTEMP
RESET button on the Filter Logic Board is pressed and
“VSD – HIGH PHASE B INVERTER BASEPLATE the COMPRESSOR switch is placed in the Stop-reset
TEMPERATURE” (O) position.
(VSD part number 371-03789-xxx (503HP 60 Hz; 419HP
50 Hz) (Flash Memory Card version C.MLM.01.08.xxx “HARMONIC FILTER – HIGH BASEPLATE
and later) TEMPERATURE”
The chiller has shutdown because the Baseplate tempera- (Applicable to VSD with part number 371-02767-XXX
ture has increased to >158ºF. The chiller can be started (60 Hz) and 371-03700-XXX (50 Hz))
after the fault condition clears, the RESET button on
the VSD Logic Board and the COMPRESSOR switch (If compressor other than “P”, requires Flash Memory
is placed in the stop-reset position (O). Card version C.MLM.01.05A.xxx and later) This shut-
down occurs when the Baseplate temperature exceeds
174°F (79°C). The chiller can be started after the fault
“VSD – HIGH PHASE C INVERTER BASEPLATE
condition clears, the OVERTEMP RESET button on the
TEMPERATURE”
Filter Logic Board is pressed and the COMPRESSOR
(VSD part number 371-03789-xxx (503HP 60 Hz; 419HP
Switch is placed in the Stop-reset position (O).
50 Hz) (Flash Memory Card version C.MLM.01.08.xxx
and later)
“HARMONIC FILTER – HIGH BASEPLATE
The chiller has shutdown because the Baseplate tempera-
TEMPERATURE”
ture has increased to >158ºF. The chiller can be started
(VSD part number 371-03789-xxx (503HP 60 Hz; 419HP
after the fault condition clears, the RESET button on
50 Hz) (Flash Memory Card version C.MLM.01.08.xxx
the VSD Logic Board and the COMPRESSOR switch
and later)
is placed in the stop-reset position (O).

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The chiller has shutdown because the Baseplate tem-


perature has increased to >194ºF. The chiller can be
started after the fault condition clears, the OVERTEMP
RESET button on the Filter Logic Board is pressed and
the COMPRESSOR switch is placed in the stop-reset
position (O).

“HARMONIC FILTER – HIGH TOTAL


2
DEMAND DISTORTION”
This shutdown indicates the Þlter is not operating cor-
rectly and the input current to the VSD/Filter is not si-
nusoidal. This shutdown will occur if the TDD exceeds
25% continuously for 45 seconds. TDD is an acronym for
Total Demand Distortion, a term deÞned by the IEEE Std
519-1992 standard as the “total root-sum-square harmonic
current distortion, in percent of the maximum demand
load current (15 or 30 min demand)”. In the Filter option
supplied by YORK, the displayed TDD is the total RMS
value of all the harmonic current supplied by the main
power to the VSD divided by the chiller Full Load Amps,
in percent. A standard VSD, less the optional Þlter typi-
cally has an input current TDD level on the order of 28-
30%. The chiller can be started after the COMPRESSOR
switch is placed in the Stop-reset position (O).

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SECTION 3
PRINTERS

23887A

OKIDATA MICROLINE 184

23889A
WEIGH-TRONIX

00085VIP

SEIKO DPU-414

FIG. 43 – PRINTERS

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PRINTERS
A printer can be connected to the Control Center’s Mi- • Figure 51 - Custom Screen (If compressor other
croboard to print the following reports. The screen from than “P”, applies only to Flash Memory
which each report can be generated is listed in paren- Card C.MLM.01.04 and later)
thesis.
• Figure 52 - Adaptive Capacity Control New Map
• Status - Present system parameters (Printer, point Report
Home) • Figure 53 - Adaptive Capacity Control Existing
• Setpoints - Present programmed values of all set- Map points Report
points (Printer, Setpoints) PRINTERS
• Schedule - Present value of programmed daily
schedule (Printer, Schedule) The following Printers can be used. Printers must be
equipped with an RS-232 Serial interface.
• Sales Order - Information on Sales Order Screen
(Printer, Sales Order) • Okidata – 3
• History - System parameters at the time of the last Models: 182,182 turbo, 184 turbo
normal stop, last fault while running and last 10 Dimensions: 14 in. wide x 10.5 in. deep
faults, whether running or not (Printer, History) Paper: 8.5 in. wide
• Cycling or Safety shutdown initiated Print - Snap- Type: Dot matrix impact
shot of all system parameters at instant of shutdown. Purchase: 800-OKIDATA
Automatically occurs if printer is connected at time
of shutdown.
• Weigh-Tronix –
• Adaptive Capacity Control (ACC) surge Map
- System conditions at instant all surge points were Models: 2600, 1220
mapped. (Compressor Motor Variable Speed Drive Dimensions: 2.3 in. wide x 2.8 in. deep
applications; requires SERVICE access level) Paper: 2.25 in. wide
(Printer, ACC) Type: Dot matrix impact
• Trend (Flash Memory card version Purchase: USA 800-982-6622
C.MLM.01.05.xxx and later) - Prints a snapshot
International 707-527-5555
of the existing trend screen data or prints new data
collected after the trend print key is pressed.
• Seiko –
The printer can be permanently connected to the Control
Center or connected as required to produce a report. If Model: DPU414-30B (Power supply PW4007-U I
permanently connected, a DATA LOGGING feature required)
can produce a Status report automatically, beginning Dimensions: 6.3 in. wide x 6.7 in. deep
at an Operator selected start time and occurring at an Paper: 4.4 in. wide
Operator selected interval thereafter. Type: Thermal
The following Þgures are examples of the different print Purchase: Reptron Electronics
reports. Solid State Starter application print reports Phone:800-800-5441 ext 4686
shown. Electro-Mechanical starter and Variable Speed Fax: 813-891-4056
Drive reports are similar but print parameters applicable Attention Nancy Arthur, Account Manager
to those devices. narthur@reptron.com
• Figure 44 - Status The Control Center provides the required formatting con-
trol codes for the printers above when the printer is se-
• Figure 45 - Setpoints
lected on the PRINTER Screen in the instructions below.
• Figure 46 - Schedule These codes are transmitted through the serial interface
• Figure 47 - Sales Order to the printer to provide a proper print format. Different
• Figure 48 - History printers require different formatting control codes. Other
• Figure 49 - Security Log (Flash Memory Card ver- printers might provide proper operation when connected
sion C.MLM.01.06.xxx and later and to the Control Center. However, the print format may not
“P” compressors C.MLM.04.02.xxx be correct or as desired. Proceed with caution and use the
and later) following guidelines if an unlisted printer is selected:
• Figure 50 - Trend (Flash Memory Card version 1. All must be capable of RS-232 Serial communic-
C.MLM.01.05.xxx and later) ations.

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2. Primary differences between printers involve the for- PRINTER SETUP


matting control codes required by the printer. These
The selected printer must be conÞgured as follows.
codes are sent from the Control Center to the printer.
Refer to manual provided by Printer manufacturer with
For example, Weigh-Tronix printers require a control
code to select 40 column width. This same code is respective Printer.
interpreted by the Okidata printer as an instruction
to print wide characters. In some instances, a printer • OKIDATA 182, 182 turbo, 184 turbo Printer
will ignore a code it cannot interpret. CONTROL BOARD Switch settings:
3. The Control Center requires a busy signal from the SW1 - on Unslashed 0
printer when the printer receive buffer is full. This 2 - off Unslashed 0
causes the Control Center to momentarily terminate
3 - off Unslashed 0
data transmission until the printer can accept more
data. The busy signal polarity must be asserted low 4 - off Form Length 11 in.
when busy. 5 - on Form Length 11 in.
PRINTER CONNECTIONS 6 - off Auto Line Feed off
7 - on 8 bit data
Connect the printers to the Control Center Microboard as
follows. Only one printer can be connected at a time. 8 - off Enable front panel
If equipped with a SUPER SPEED serial Board:
• OKIDATA 182, 182 turbo, 184 turbo SW1-1 - on Odd or even parity
Microboard Printer Function 1-2 - on No parity
J2-4 pin 3 Tx (data to printer) 1-3 - on 8 bit data
J2-2 pin 11 DSR (busy signal from printer) 1-4 - on Protocol ready/busy
J2-9 pin 7 Gnd
1-5 - on Test select
Cabinet shield
1-6 - on Print mode
1-7 - off SDD(-) pin 11
• WEIGH-TRONIX 1-8 - on SDD(-) pin 11
Microboard Printer Function
2-1 - on 1200 Baud*
J2-4 pin 2 Tx (data to printer) 2-2 - on 1200 Baud*
J2-2 pin 5 DSR (busy signal from printer) 2-3 - off 1200 Baud*
J2-9 pin 7 Gnd 2-4 - off DSR active
Cabinet shield
2-5 - on Buffer threshold 32 bytes
2-6 - on Busy signal 200ms
• SEIKO 2-7 - on DTR space after power on
2-8 - Not Used
Microboard Printer Function
J2-4 pin 3 Tx (data to printer) If equipped with HIGH SPEED serial board:
J2-2 pin 8 DSR (busy signal from printer) SW1 - off (-) Low when busy
J2-9 pin 5 Gnd 2 - off 1200 Baud*
Cabinet shield
3 - off 1200 Baud*
Hardware required: 4 - on 1200 Baud*
Cable – #18 AWG stranded 50 ft. maximum length. 5 - Not Used
Connectors – 6 - off no parity
- Microboard: None. Strip 1/4" insulation from 7 - off Pin 20 & pin 11 act as busy line
wire and insert into screw terminal block. • WEIGH-TRONIX Printer
- Printers: Okidata - 25 pin plug DB-25P or equiv- - IMP-24 Model 2600
alent; Shell DB-C2-J9 or equivalent. Weigh-Tronix SW1 - off 1200 Baud*
- Same as Okidata. Cable assembly available from 2 - on 1200 Baud*
Weigh-Tronix. Seiko - 9-Pin D-type Subminiature
(DB-9 pin male).

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Model 1220 3-7 = on Baud rate select - 1200*


- ConÞgure Menu 3-8 = off Baud rate select - 1200*
Baud= 1200
Data Bits = 8 * Settings shown for 1200 Baud. Other Baud rates can
Stop Bits = 1 be selected. Refer to Printer manufacturer’s manual
Hshake = Busy-Line supplied with Printer.
Cols = 32 CONTROL CENTER SETUP
Invert = No
Font = 5 x 8 Chiller ID
Mag = None Access Level Required: OPERATOR
Using the COMMS Screen, assign an IdentiÞcation
- Custom Menu number to the chiller. This number will appear at the
Auto Seq = No top of each report.
Zero = 0
Pound sign = # Printer Setup 3
_(Underscore) Access Level Required: OPERATOR
Busy invert = no Using the COMMS Screen, the Control Center must be
Online/ofßine = yes conÞgured to transmit data in the same format as the
Ext Ch Set = no Printer is conÞgured to receive the data. The following
Print ready = yes values must be entered.
• Baud Rate - Set as desired. Value selected must be
Set Clock = Not Used the same as Printer conÞguration above.
Reset Seq = Not Used
• Data Bits - 8
• SEIKO • Parity - None
DipSW1-1 = off Input-Serial • Stop Bits - 1
1-2 = on Printing speed high Printer Type
1-3 = on Auto loading - on Access Level Required: OPERATOR
1-4 = off Auto LF - off Using the PRINTER Screen, the actual Printer type
1-5 = on Setting Command - Enable connected to the Control Center must be entered. Se-
1-6 = off Printing density - 100% lection determines the control codes that are sent to the
1-7 = on Printing density - 100% Printer. These codes determine such things as lines per
inch, character width and general formatting. Available
1-8 = on Printing, density - 100%
selections are: Okidata, Weigh-Tronix and Seiko.
DipSW 2-1= on Printing Columns - 40
Automatic Data Logging
2-2 = on User Font Back-up - on Access Level Required: OPERATOR
2-3 = on Character Select - normal If automatic data logging is desired, a Status Report can
2-4 = off Zero - slash be automatically printed at a speciÞed interval beginning
2-5 = on International character set - at a speciÞed time, using the PRINTER Screen. The
American interval is programmable over the range of 1 minute
2-6 = on International character set - to 1440 minutes in 1 minute increments. The Þrst print
American will occur at the programmed START time and occur at
the programmed OUTPUT INTERVAL thereafter. The
2-7 = on International character set -
time remaining until the next print is displayed on the
American
PRINTER Screen.
2-8 = off International character set -
American • Automatic Printer Logging - Enables and disables
automatic data logging
DipSW 3-1= on Data length - 8 bits • Log Start Time - Enter the time the Þrst print is
3-2 = on Parity Setting - no desired.
3-3 = on Parity condition - odd
• Output Interval - Enter the desired interval between
3-4 = on Busy control - H/W busy
prints.
3-5 = on Baud rate select - 1200*
3-6 = off Baud rate select - 1200*

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[Skip the following section if Hot Gas Bypass is not


YORK UPDATE enabled]
CHILLER ID 0 Hot Gas
(c) 1997 – 2001 YORK INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Mon 22 Nov 1999 8:50:45 AM Valve Position = 15 %
Pre-Rotation Vanes Position = 75 %
SYSTEM RUN
LEAVING CHILLED LIQUID CONTROL Surge
[List all warnings presently active]
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Controls C.MLM.01.06.102
Total Surge Count = 127
Run Time 0 Days 2 Hr 59 Min
Surge Window Time = 1 Min
Surge Window Count = 0
Operating Hours = 25 Hr
Number Of Starts = 6
[Skip the following section if Variable Speed Oil Pump
Control Source = Local
is not installed]
Variable Speed Oil Pump
Evaporator
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Oil Pump Drive Command Frequency = 25.0 Hz
Leaving Chilled Active Setpoint = 45.0 ~F
Pulldown Time Remaining = 9.0 Min
Chilled Liquid Pump = Run
[If Pulldown in effect]
Chilled Liquid Flow Switch = Closed
Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature = 45.0 ~F
[Skip the following section if Liquid Level is not
Return Chilled Liquid Temperature = 55.0 ~F
enabled]
Evaporator Pressure = 75.0 Psig
Refrigerant Level Control
Evaporator Saturation Temperature = 44.4 ~F
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Evaporator Refrigerant Temperature = 44.5 ~F
Refrigerant Level Position = 35 %
[If Refrigerant Sensor enabled]
Ramp Up Time Remaining = 15 Sec
Small Temperature Difference = 0.5 ~F

[If Ramp Up in effect]


Condenser
Proximity Probe
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Condenser Liquid Pump = Run
High Speed Thrust Bearing Proximity Differen = 2 Mils
Condenser Liquid Flow Switch = Closed
High Speed Thrust Solenoid = On
Leaving Condenser Liquid Temperature = 95.0 ~F
[If Mod C Chiller]
Return Condenser Liquid Temperature = 85.0 ~F
Condenser Pressure = 200.0 Psig
[Skip the following section if Motor Type is not EM]
Condenser Saturation Temperature = 101.4 ~F
Electro-Mechanical Starter
Small Temperature Difference = 6.4 ~F
Drop Leg Refrigerant Temperature = 83.0 ~F -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[If Drop Leg Sensor enabled] Motor Run = On
Sub Cooling Temperature = 18.4 ~F % Full Load Amps = 94 %
[If Drop Leg Sensor enabled]
[Skip the following section if Motor Type is not Mod A SSS]
Compressor Liquid-Cooled Solid State Starter
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Motor Run = On
Discharge Temperature = 120.0 ~F
% Full Load Amps = 94 %
Liquid Line Solenoid = On
Phase A Voltage = 447 V
[If Mod C Chiller]
Phase B Voltage = 409 V
Vent Line Solenoid = On
Phase C Voltage = 442 V
[If Mod D Chiller or higher]
Phase A Current = 193 A
Phase B Current = 204 A
Oil Sump
Phase C Current = 190 A
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Oil Pump Run Output = On
[Skip the following section if Motor Type is not Mod B
Sump Oil Pressure (LOP) = 75.8 Psig
SSS]
Pump Oil Pressure (HOP) = 124.6 Psig
Liquid-Cooled Solid State Starter
Oil Pressure = 47.8 Psid
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Oil Sump Temperature = 150.0 ~F
Starter Model = 26L
Oil Heater = Off
Motor Run = On
[If Mod D Chiller or higher]
% Full Load Amps = 95 %
Oil Return Solenoid = Off
kW Hours = 20723 kWH
[If Mod D Chiller or higher]
Input Power = 8225 kW

FIG. 44 – SAMPLE PRINTOUT (STATUS)

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Phase A Voltage = 422 V


Phase B Voltage = 449 V [Skip the following section if Motor Type is not VSD,
Phase C Voltage = 449 V or Filter is not present]
Phase A Current = 253 A Harmonic Filter Data
Phase B Current = 257 A -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Phase C Current = 262 A Precharge Contactor = Off
Phase A Temperature = 109 ~F Supply Contactor = On
Phase B Temperature = 109 ~F Operating Mode = Running
Phase C Temperature = 110 ~F Phase Rotation = ABC
Total Supply kVA = 148 kVA
[Skip the following section if Motor Type is not VSD] Total Power Factor = 0.97
Variable Speed Drive DC Bus Voltage = 608 V
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Heatsink Temperature [If TMIII VSD] = 102 ~F
Motor Run = On Baseplate Temperature [If VyperDrive VSD] = 102 ~F
% Full Load Amps = 94 % Voltage Peak N-L1 = 200 V
Pre-Rotation Vanes Position = 75 % Voltage Peak N-L2 = 200 V
Full Load Amps = 402 A
Precharge Relay Output = Off
Voltage Peak N-L3
L1-L2 RMS Voltage
=
=
200 V
215 V 3
Trigger SCR Output = On L2-L3 RMS Voltage = 215 V
Water Pump Output = On L3-L1 RMS Voltage = 215 V
kW Hours = 14528 kWH L1 RMS Filter Current = 150 A
Input Power = 150 kW L2 RMS Filter Current = 150 A
Output Frequency = 60 Hz L3 RMS Filter Current = 150 A
Output Voltage = 800 V L1 RMS Supply Current = 152 A
DC Bus Voltage = 600 V L2 RMS Supply Current = 152 A
DC Inverter Link Current = 300 A L3 RMS Supply Current = 152 A
Phase A Output Current = 195 A L1 Voltage Total Harmonic Distortion = 1.5 %
Phase B Output Current = 198 A L2 Voltage Total Harmonic Distortion = 1.2 %
Phase C Output Current = 193 A L3 Voltage Total Harmonic Distortion = 1.1 %
Internal Ambient Temperature = 88 ~F L1 Supply Current Total Demand Distortion = 2.6 %
Converter Heatsink Temperature = 102 ~F L2 Supply Current Total Demand Distortion = 2.3 %
Phase A Heatsink Temperature [If TMIII VSD] = 93 ~F
Phase B Heatsink Temperature [If TMIII VSD] = 99 ~F
Phase C Heatsink Temperature [If TMIII VSD] = 97 ~F
Baseplate Temperature [If VyperDrive VSD] = 106 ~F

FIG. 44 – (CONT’D) SAMPLE PRINTOUT (STATUS)

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Remote Range = 10.0 ~F


YORK SETPOINTS Sensitivity = Normal
CHILLER ID 0 Restart Offset = 0.0 ~F
(c) 1997 – 2001 YORK INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION Restart Setpoint = 45.0 ~F
Mon 22 Nov 1999 8:48:27 AM Shutdown Offset = 4.0 ~F
Shutdown Setpoint = 41.0 ~F
Software Versions Brine Low Evaporator Cutout = 54.3 Psig
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Smart Freeze = Off
Controls = C.MLM.01.04 Refrigerant = Enabled
BIOS = C.MLM.00.00
Kernel = 0.18 Condenser
GUI = 0.28 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SIO = 0.23 High Pressure Warning Threshold = 246.3 Psig
GPIC = 0.04 Drop Leg = Enabled
Ext I/O =
0110112091996 Oil Sump
[Skip if External I/O board is not activated] ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
VSD [Skip if Motor Type is not VSD] = C.VSD.00.00 Oil Pump Package = Variable Speed
SSS [Skip if Motor Type is not Mod B SSS] = C.SSS.01.01 Standby Lube = On

System Information [Skip the following section if Variable Speed Oil Pump
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- is not installed]
System Language = English Variable Speed Oil Pump
Data Display Mode = English ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Control Source = Local Pressure Setpoint = 35 Psid
Remote Analog Input Range = 0–10 Volts Control Period = 0.9 Sec
Clock = Enabled
Proximity Probe
Jumper Settings ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- High Speed Thrust Bearing Proximity Referenc = 41 Mils
Pre-Run = Standard
Coastdown = Standard [Skip the following section if Liquid Level is not
Chilled Liquid Pump Operation = Standard enabled]
Refrigerant Selection = R22 Refrigerant Level Control
Anti-Recycle = Enabled ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Power Failure Restart = Auto Level Control = On
Liquid Type = Water Setpoint = 50 %
Motor Type = Fixed Speed Period = 3.5 Sec
Proportion Limit Open = 15 %
Printer Setup Proportion Limit Close = 45 %
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Rate Limit Open = 10 %
Automatic Printer Logging = Disabled Rate Limit Close = 10 %
Log Start Time = 12:00 am
Output Interval = 60 Min [Skip the following section if Hot Gas Bypass is not
Printer Type = Okidata enabled]
Baud = 9600 Baud Hot Gas
Data Bits = 8 Bits ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Parity = None Hot Gas = Enabled
Stop Bits = 1 Bit Hold Period = 30 Min
Close Percentage = 5 %
COM 2 Setup Minimum Load = 1 ~F
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Maximum Open = 80 %
Baud = 19200 Baud
Data Bits = 8 Bits Surge
Parity = Odd ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Stop Bits = 1 Bit Surge Sensitivity = 0.3
Shutdown = Enabled
Evaporator Extended Run = Disabled
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Count Limit = 15
Leaving Chilled Local Setpoint = 45.0 ~F Count Window = 5 Min
Leaving Chilled ISN Setpoint = 45.0 ~F
Leaving Chilled Modem Setpoint = 45.0 ~F
Leaving Chilled Analog Setpoint = 45.0 ~F
Leaving Chilled Digital Setpoint = 45.0 ~F

FIG. 45 – SAMPLE PRINTOUT (SETPOINTS)

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[Skip the following section if Motor Type is not EM] Shorted SCR = Disabled
Electro-Mechanical Starter
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- [Skip the following section if Motor Type is not VSD]
Local Motor Current Limit = 100 % Variable Speed Drive
Remote ISN Current Limit = 100 % ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Remote Analog Current Limit = 100 % Local Motor Current Limit = 100 %
Remote Digital Current Limit = 100 % Remote ISN Current Limit = 100 %
Remote Modem Current Limit = 100 % Remote Analog Current Limit = 100 %
Pulldown Demand Limit = 100 % Remote Digital Current Limit = 100 %
Pulldown Demand Time = 0 Min Remote Modem Current Limit = 100 %
Pulldown Demand Limit = 100 %
[Skip the following section if Motor Type is not Mod A Pulldown Demand Time = 0 Min
SSS] Motor HP = 351 HP
Liquid-Cooled Solid State Starter Power Line Frequency = 60 Hz
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Local Motor Current Limit = 100 % [Skip the following section if Motor Type is not VSD]
Remote ISN Current Limit
Remote Analog Current Limit
=
=
100 %
100 %
Harmonic Filter Data
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
3
Remote Digital Current Limit = 100 % Filter Operation = Enabled
Remote Modem Current Limit = 100 % Motor HP = 351 HP
Pulldown Demand Limit = 100 %
Pulldown Demand Time = 0 Min [Skip the following section if Motor Type is not VSD]
Scale/Model = 600 V, 281 A Adaptive Capacity Control
Supply Voltage Range = Disabled ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Full Load Amps = 150 A
Current Imbalance Check = Disabled

[Skip the following section if Motor Type is not Mod B


SSS]
Liquid-Cooled Solid State Starter
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Local Motor Current Limit = 100 %
Remote ISN Current Limit = 100 %
Remote Analog Current Limit = 100 %
Remote Digital Current Limit = 100 %
Remote Modem Current Limit = 100 %
Pulldown Demand Limit = 100 %
Pulldown Demand Time = 0 Min
Starter Model = 26L
Voltage Range = 440 - 480
Full Load Amps = 275 A
Starting Current = 1150 A
Open SCR = Enabled

FIG. 45 – (CONT’D) SAMPLE PRINTOUT (SETPOINTS)

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YORK SCHEDULE
CHILLER ID 3
© 1997 - 1999 YORK INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION
MON 29 MAR 1999 1 27 PM

SCHEDULE = OFF

STANDARD SCHEDULE
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SUN START = OFF STOP = OFF
MON START = 8:00 AM STOP = 5:00 PM
TUE START = 8:00 AM STOP = 5:00 PM
WED START = 8:00 AM STOP = 5:00 PM
THU START = 8:00 AM STOP = 5:00 PM
FRI START = 8:00 AM STOP = 5:00 PM
SAT START = OFF STOP = OFF

EXCEPTION DAYS
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
02 APR 1999 START = OFF STOP = OFF
13 APR 1999 START = 8:00 AM STOP = 10:00 PM

FIG. 46 – SAMPLE PRINTOUT (SCHEDULE)

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YORK SALES ORDER NAMEPLATE INFORMATION


CHILLER ID 3 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
© 1997 - 1999 YORK INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION MOTOR CODE =
MON 29 MAR 1999 1 28 PM POWER (VOLTS) =
PHASES =
ORDER INFORMATION FREQUENCY ( HZ) =
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
LOOKED ROTOR AMPS =
COMMISSIONING DATE = 01 JAN 1999
FULL LOAD AMPS =
JOB NAME =
INRUSH AMPS =
JOB LOCATION =
MODEL NUMBER =
SYSTEM INFORMATION
YORK ORDER NUMBER = ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL SERIAL NUMBER = REFRIGERANT =
CHILLER SERIAL NUMBER = TONS = 3
GEAR CODE =
DESIGN LOAD - CONDENSER = LIQUID TYPE =
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
BRINE PERCENT =
PASSES =
KILOWATTS INPUT =
DESIGN WORKING PRESSURE =
VSD / SSS / EM =
FOULING FACTOR =
PRESSURE DROP =
NOZZLE ARRANGEMENT IN =
NOZZLE ARRANGEMENT OUT =
LEAVING TEMPERATURE =
RETURN TEMPERATURE =
GPM =
TUBES =

DESIGN LOAD - EVAPORATOR


---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PASSES =
DESIGN WORKING PRESSURE =
FOULING FACTOR =
PRESSURE DROP =
NOZZLE ARRANGEMENT IN =
NOZZLE ARRANGEMENT OUT =
LEAVING TEMPERATURE =
RETURN TEMPERATURE =
GPM =
TUBES =

FIG. 47 – SAMPLE PRINTOUT (SALES ORDER)

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YORK HISTORY 1 [Skip the following section if Hot Gas Bypass is not
CHILLER ID 0 enabled]
(c) 1997 – 2001 YORK INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION Hot Gas
Mon 22 Nov 1999 9:23:12 AM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Valve Position = 0 %
SYSTEM READY TO START Pre-Rotation Vanes Position = 0 %
LCSSS – LOGIC BOARD POWER SUPPLY
[List any warnings that were active at the time of Surge
shutdown] ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Total Surge Count = 127
Controls C.MLM.01.06.102 Surge Window Time = 1 Min
Run Time 0 Days 2 Hr 59 Min Surge Window Count = 0

Operating Hours = 25 Hr [Skip the following section if Variable Speed Oil Pump
Number Of Starts = 6 is not installed]
Control Source = Local Variable Speed Oil Pump
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Evaporator Oil Pump Drive Command Frequency = 25.0 Hz
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Pulldown Time Remaining = 9.0 Min
Leaving Chilled Active Setpoint = 45.0 ~F [If Pulldown in effect]
Chilled Liquid Pump = Stop
Chilled Liquid Flow Switch = Open [Skip the following section if Liquid Level is not
Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature = 45.0 ~F enabled]
Return Chilled Liquid Temperature = 55.0 ~F Refrigerant Level Control
Evaporator Pressure = 75.0 Psig ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Evaporator Saturation Temperature = 44.4 ~F Refrigerant Level Position = 35 %
Evaporator Refrigerant Temperature = 44.5 ~F Ramp Up Time Remaining = 15 Sec
[If Refrigerant Sensor enabled] [If Ramp Up in effect]
Small Temperature Difference = 0.5 ~F
Proximity Probe
Condenser ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------- High Speed Thrust Bearing Proximity Differen = 2 Mils
Condenser Liquid Pump = Stop High Speed Thrust Solenoid = Off
Condenser Liquid Flow Switch = Open [If Mod C Chiller]
Leaving Condenser Liquid Temperature = 95.0 ~F
Return Condenser Liquid Temperature = 85.0 ~F [Skip the following section if Motor Type is not EM]
Condenser Pressure = 200.0 Psig Electro-Mechanical Starter
Condenser Saturation Temperature = 101.4 ~F ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Small Temperature Difference = 6.4 ~F Motor Run = Off
Drop Leg Refrigerant Temperature = 83.0 ~F % Full Load Amps = 0 %
[If Drop Leg Sensor enabled]
Sub Cooling Temperature = 18.4 ~F [Skip the following section if Motor Type is not Mod A
[If Drop Leg Sensor enabled] SSS]
Liquid-Cooled Solid State Starter
Compressor ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Motor Run = Off
Discharge Temperature = 120.0 ~F % Full Load Amps = 0 %
Liquid Line Solenoid = Off Phase A Voltage = 447 V
[If Mod C Chiller] Phase B Voltage = 409 V
Vent Line Solenoid = Off Phase C Voltage = 442 V
[If Mod D Chiller or higher] Phase A Current = 0 A
Phase B Current = 0 A
Oil Sump Phase C Current = 0 A
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Oil Pump Run Output = Off [Skip the following section if Motor Type is not Mod B
Sump Oil Pressure (LOP) = 75.8 Psig SSS]
Pump Oil Pressure (HOP) = 76.6 Psig Liquid-Cooled Solid State Starter
Oil Pressure = 0.0 Psid ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Oil Sump Temperature = 150.0 ~F Starter Model = 26L
Oil Heater = Off Motor Run = Off
[If Mod D Chiller or higher] % Full Load Amps = 0 %
Oil Return Solenoid = Off kW Hours = 20723 kWH
[If Mod D Chiller or higher]

FIG. 48 – SAMPLE PRINTOUT (HISTORY)

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Input Power = 0 kW Phase A Heatsink Temperature [If TMIII VSD] = 93 ~F


Phase A Voltage = 422 V Phase B Heatsink Temperature [If TMIII VSD] = 99 ~F
Phase B Voltage = 449 V Phase C Heatsink Temperature [If TMIII VSD] = 97 ~F
Phase C Voltage = 449 V Baseplate Temperature [If VyperDrive VSD] = 106 ~F
Phase A Current = 0 A [Skip the following section if Motor Type is not VSD,
Phase B Current = 0 A or Filter is not present]
Phase C Current = 0 A Harmonic Filter Data
Phase A Temperature = 109 ~F ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Phase B Temperature = 109 ~F Precharge Contactor = Off
Phase C Temperature = 110 ~F Supply Contactor = Off
Operating Mode = Stopped
[Skip the following section if Motor Type is not VSD] Phase Rotation = ABC
Variable Speed Drive Total Supply kVA = 0 kVA
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Total Power Factor = 0.00
Motor Run = Off DC Bus Voltage = 608 V
% Full Load Amps = 0 % Heatsink Temperature [If TMIII VSD] = 102 ~F
Pre-Rotation Vanes Position
Full Load Amps
=
=
0 %
402 A
Baseplate Temperature [If VyperDrive VSD] = 102 ~F
Voltage Peak N-L1 = 200 V
3
Precharge Relay Output = Off Voltage Peak N-L2 = 200 V
Trigger SCR Output = Off Voltage Peak N-L3 = 200 V
Water Pump Output = Off L1-L2 RMS Voltage = 215 V
kW Hours = 14528 kWH L2-L3 RMS Voltage = 215 V
Input Power = 0 kW L3-L1 RMS Voltage = 215 V
Output Frequency = 0 Hz L1 RMS Filter Current = 0 A
Output Voltage = 0 V L2 RMS Filter Current = 0 A
DC Bus Voltage = 600 V L3 RMS Filter Current = 0 A
DC Inverter Link Current = 0 A L1 RMS Supply Current = 0 A
Phase A Output Current = 0 A L2 RMS Supply Current = 0 A
Phase B Output Current = 0 A L3 RMS Supply Current = 0 A
Phase C Output Current = 0 A L1 Voltage Total Harmonic Distortion = 1.5 %
Internal Ambient Temperature = 88 ~F L2 Voltage Total Harmonic Distortion = 1.2 %
Converter Heatsink Temperature = 102 ~F

FIG. 48 – (CONT’D) SAMPLE PRINTOUT (HISTORY)

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YORK TREND
YORK SETPOINT CHANGE LOG CHILLER ID 163
CHILLER ID 0
© 1997 – 2000 YORK INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION
(c) 1997 – 2001 YORK INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION
Fri 05 Oct 2001 4:48:04 PM MON 09 OCT 2000 3:33:47 PM

Log Entry 1 Evaporator - Leaving Chilled Local Setpoint


DATA 1: LEAVING CHILLED LIQUID TEMPERATURE
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Date = 05 Oct 2001 DATA 2: RETURN CHILLED LIQUID TEMPERATURE
Time = 4:23:49 PM DATA 3: EVAPORATOR PRESSURE
DATA 4: LEAVING CONDENSER LIQUID TEMPERATURE
Access Level = Service
User Id = 4268 DATA 5: RETURN CONDENSER LIQUID TEMPERATURE
Old Value = 46.5 ~F DATA 6: CONDENSER PRESSURE
New Value = 48.0 ~F

TIME DATA 1 DATA 2 DATA 3 DATA 4 DATA 5 DATA 6


Log Entry 2 Condenser - High Pressure Warning Threshold
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3:33:47 PM 45.5 °F 55.0 °F 39.0 PSIG 95.0 °F 85.0 °F 120.0 PSIG
Date = 05 Oct 2001 3:33:48 PM 45.5 °F 55.0 °F 39.0 PSIG 95.0 °F 85.0 °F 120.0 PSIG
Time = 1:36:12 PM
3:33:49 PM 45.5 °F 55.0 °F 39.0 PSIG 95.0 °F 85.0 °F 120.0 PSIG
Access Level = Service
User Id = 4268 3:33:50 PM 45.5 °F 55.0 °F 39.0 PSIG 95.0 °F 85.3 °F 120.1 PSIG

Old Value = 162.5 Psig 3:33:51 PM 45.5 °F 55.2 °F 39.1 PSIG 95.1 °F 85.4 °F 120.2 PSIG
New Value = 225.0 Psig

Log Entry 3 Condenser - Drop Leg


---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Date = 05 Oct 2001
Time = 1:36:02 PM
Access Level = Service
User Id = 4268
Old Value = Disabled
New Value = Enabled

Log Entry 4 Evaporator - Refrigerant


---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Date = 05 Oct 2001
Time = 1:35:48 PM
Access Level = Service
User Id = 4268
Old Value = Disabled
New Value = Enabled

FIG. 49 – SAMPLE PRINTOUT FIG. 50 – SAMPLE PRINTOUT (TREND DATA NEW


(SECURITY LOG REPORT) OR EXISTING POINTS)
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YORK CUSTOM VIEW


CHILLER ID 0 D-P/P = 1.20; Prv Pos = 89; Freq = 58 Hz
(c) 1997 – 2001 YORK INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION D-P/P = 1.41; Prv Pos = 71; Freq = 46 Hz
Mon 21 Jun 1999 1:28:25 PM D-P/P = 0.98; Prv Pos = 73; Freq = 52 Hz
D-P/P = 0.71; Prv Pos = 86; Freq = 39 Hz
Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature = 45.0 ~F D-P/P = 0.86; Prv Pos = 53; Freq = 48 Hz
Return Chilled Liquid Temperature = 55.0 ~F D-P/P = 1.14; Prv Pos = 76; Freq = 51 Hz
Leaving Condenser Liquid Temperature = 95.0 ~F D-P/P = 0.84; Prv Pos = 84; Freq = 37 Hz
Return Condenser Liquid Temperature = 85.0 ~F D-P/P = 0.99; Prv Pos = 63; Freq = 46 Hz
Evaporator Saturation Temperature = 41.0 ~F
Condenser Saturation Temperature = 78.5 ~F
Evaporator Pressure = 70.0 Psig
Condenser Pressure = 140.0 Psig
Oil Pressure = 45.0 Psid
% Full Load Amps = 50 % FIG. 53 – SAMPLE PRINTOUT (ADAPTIVE CAPAC-
ITY CONTROL EXISTING MAP POINTS
REPORT) 3

FIG. 51 – SAMPLE PRINTOUT (CUSTOM SCREEN


REPORT)

Log Time: Mon 12:45:39 PM 21 Jun 1999


D-P/P= 0.92; Prv Pos= 56; Freq= 39 Hz
Surge Type = Delta P/P Surge
Leaving Chilled Active Setpoint = 45.0 ~F
Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature = 50.0 ~F
Return Chilled Liquid Temperature = 59.3 ~F
Leaving Condenser Liquid Temperature = 85.0 ~F
Return Condenser Liquid Temperature = 94.9 ~F
Evaporator Pressure = 7.2 Psig
Condenser Pressure = 13.8 Psig
% Full Load Amps = 94 %

FIG. 52 – SAMPLE PRINTOUT (ADAPTIVE CAPAC-


ITY CONTROL NEW MAP POINT REPORT)

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OptiSave Energy Analyser
FORM 160.54-O1 (704)

SECTION 4
OPTISAVE ENERGY ANALYSER FEATURE

The OptiSave Energy Analyzer Feature reveals the advantage of a compressor motor variable speed drive. It
calculates the amount of energy that has been saved by having a variable speed drive instead of a constant speed
drive. The savings are determined by calculating the energy consumption of a constant speed drive and subtracting
the measured energy consumption of the variable speed drive. The resulting difference is the energy savings. This
data is displayed but does not affect chiller operation or performance. This feature is available in software versions
C.MLM.01.09.xxx (and later) and C.OPT.01.09.301 (and later). It is not operational until enabled using a special
procedure. A complete description and all required installation, enable and setup information is contained in YORK
Service Information Letter SI0068.

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TO MAINTAIN FORMAT

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SI METRIC CONVERSION
The following factors can be used to convert from English to the most common Sl Metric values.

MULTIPLY THIS TO OBTAIN THIS


MEASUREMENT BY
ENGLISH VALUE METRIC VALUE

CAPACITY TONS REFRIGERANT EFFECT (ton) 3.516 KILOWATTS (kW)


KILOWATTS (kW) NO CHANGE KILOWATTS (kW)
POWER
HORSEPOWER (hp) 0.7457 KILOWATTS (kW)
FLOW RATE GALLONS / MINUTE (gpm) 0.0631 LITERS / SECOND (L/s)
FEET (ft) 304.8 MILLIMETERS (mm)
LENGTH
INCHES (in) 25.4 MILLIMETERS (mm)
WEIGHT POUNDS (lb) 0.4536 KILOGRAMS (kg)
VELOCITY FEET / SECOND (fps) 0.3048 METERS / SECOND (m/s)
FEET OF WATER (ft) 2.989 KILOPASCALS (k Pa)
PRESSURE DROP
POUNDS / SQ. INCH (psi) 6.895 KILOPASCALS (k Pa)

TEMPERATURE:

To convert degrees Fahrenheit (°F) to degrees Celsius


(°C) subtract 32° and multiply by 5/9 or 0.5556.

To convert a temperature range (i.e., 10°F or 12°F chilled


water range) from Fahrenheit to Celsius, multiply by
5/9 or 0.5556.

P.O. Box 1592, York, Pennsylvania USA 17405-1592 Tele. 800-861-1001 Subject to change without notice. Printed in USA
Copyright © by York International Corporation 2004 www.york.com ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
Form 160.54-O1 (704)
Supersedes: 160.54-O1 (503)

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