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RTAC CH530

RTAC CH530 TechView Startup Configuration and Setpoints

TechView Startup Configuration and Setpoints

TechView 8.0 with RTA MP 22.0 Unit View Upon successful Local Connect Tech View will

TechView 8.0 with RTA MP 22.0

Unit View

Upon successful Local Connect Tech View will display UNIT VIEW for the appropriate product type. RTAC Unit View is shown below

Tech View will display UNIT VIEW for the appropriate product type. RTAC Unit View is shown
Setpoint View Setpoint view displays the active setpoints and allows you to make changes. TechView

Setpoint View

Setpoint view displays the active setpoints and allows you to make changes.

TechView 8.0 with RTA MP 22.0

view displays the active setpoints and allows you to make changes. TechView 8.0 with RTA MP
Setpoint List The center of the window displays the scrollable list of setpoint panels. TechView

Setpoint List

The center of the window displays the scrollable list of setpoint panels.

TechView 8.0 with RTA MP 22.0

Setpoint Enumeration Panel

A setpoint numeric panel contains a label with the setpoint description and a pull-down list showing the active value and the other selections. The Default button

returns the setpoint to the product's factory setting. The text field is updated when the change is complete.

Setpoint Numeric Panel

A setpoint numeric panel contains a label with the setpoint description, a Default button, a text field with a unit label, and a slider.

button, a text field with a unit label, and a slider. The Default button changes the

The Default button changes the setpoint to the product's factory setting. The text field and slider are updated when the change is complete.

You can change a setpoint with the text field or with the slider. When you click on the entry field, the change setpoint dialog displays to coordinate the setpoint change. If you click on the slider, the entire panel changes to an enlarged slider with an OK and Cancel button. The setpoint changes with the slider and the OK but- ton verifies the change and returns the panel to it's initial state. The Cancel button returns the panel to its initial state without changing the setpoint.

Note: There is a short delay before the new value displays. TechView sends the new value to the main processor, the main processor validates the new value, and confirmation is returned to TechView. This process should only take a few seconds.

You can change the display units for a setpoint by clicking on the unit label next to the entry field. Only units that have different English and SI values can be modi- fied.

Change Setpoint

The change setpoint window allows you to enter a new value for the setpoint into a text field. When you press the OK button, the value is validated using the mini- mum and maximum values shown in the window and the setpoint is changed. If the entered value is outside the given range, an error message displays as shown.

Error Message The Cancel button dismisses the window without changing the setpoint. TechView 8.0 with

Error Message

Error Message The Cancel button dismisses the window without changing the setpoint. TechView 8.0 with RTA

The Cancel button dismisses the window without changing the setpoint.

TechView 8.0 with RTA MP 22.0

Menu Item

Definition

Min

Max

Default

Chilled Water Setpoint Filter Settling Time

Accomplishes soft loading by controlled slewing of the active chilled water setpoint from the present temp to the desired temp at startup or any time a setpoint change occurs

30

1800

200 sec.

Compressor Staging Deadband

The amount of CHWT error required to allow the compressor staging /stepping PID algorithm to accrue terms.

0.4

4.0

0.5

o F

Design Delta Temperature Setting

The expected difference between entering and leaving evap water temperatures.

4

30

 

10

o F

Differential to Start Setpoint

The leaving chilled water temperature must reach the setpoint pluse this differential before the unit will cycle on.

1

30

2

o F

Differential to Stop Setpoint

The leaving chilled water temperature must reach the setpoint minus this differential before the unit will cycle off.

0.5

2.5

2

o F

Evaporator Water Pump Off Delay Time

To use all cold water produced, a timer can be set to allow the chilled water pump to continue to run after the unit is put into the stop mode

0

30

1

min.

External Chilled Water Setpoint

Chilled Water Setpoint as set by a generic interface

Enable, Disable

Enable

External Current Limit Setpoint

Current Limit Setpoint as set by a generic interface

Enable, Disable

Enable

External Ice Build Input

External initiation of ice building mode

Enable, Disable

Disable

Freeze Avoidance Start Inhibit

CAUTION Disable only for low ambient units

Enable, Disable

Enable

Front Panel Chilled Water Setpoint

Chilled Water Setpoint as set locally to the unit

10

65

 

45

o F

TechView 8.0 with RTA MP 22.0 Menu Item Definition Min Max Default Front Panel Condenser

TechView 8.0 with RTA MP 22.0

Menu Item

Definition

Min

Max

Default

Front Panel Condenser Limit Setpoint

This setpoint limits circuit operation to prevent HPC trip.

80

120

90%

Front Panel Current Limit Setpoint

Setpoint as set locally to the unit

40

120

120%

Front Panel Ice Termination Setpoint

Setpoint as set locally to the unit

20

31

31

o F

Front Panel Units

Setpoint as set locally to the unit

English, SI

English

Leaving Water Temperature Cutout Setpoint

If the leaving water temperature falls below this "freeze stat" setting, a diagnostic results.

0

36

36

o F

Local Atmospheric Pressure

The average atmospheric pressure at the installation site. This setting allows the service personnel the ability to observe a gauge pressure where desirable.

10

16

14.69 psia

Low Ambient Lockout

The outdoor temperature below which machine starting is not allowed.

Enable, Disable

Enable

Low Ambient Lockout Setpoint

The outdoor temperature below which machine starting is not allowed.

-10

70

25

o F

Low Refrigerant Temperature Cutout Setpoint

This prevents water in the evaporator from freezing due to low evaporator refrigerant temperatures

-5

36

28

o F

Outdoor - Maximum Reset

Adjustable limit providing the maximum amount of reset

0

20

5

o F

Outdoor - Reset Ratio

Adjustable gain

-80

80

10%

Outdoor - Start Reset

Adjustable start reference

50

130

90

o F

Reset Type

The chilled water set point is reset based on a temperature (return chilled water, zone, and outside air), to provide constant return chilled water temperature

None, Return, Outdoor Air, Constant

None

Return - Maximum Reset

Adjustable limit providing the maximum amount of reset

0

20

5

o F

Return - Reset Ratio

Adjustable gain

10

120

50%

Return - Start Reset

Adjustable start reference

4

30

10

o F

Under/Over Voltage Protection

Unit protects itself from low and to some extent high line voltages

Enable, Disable

Enable

Configuration View Configuration view displays the active configuration and allows you to make changes. TechView

Configuration View

Configuration view displays the active configuration and allows you to make changes.

TechView 8.0 with RTA MP 22.0

view displays the active configuration and allows you to make changes. TechView 8.0 with RTA MP
TechView 8.0 with RTA MP 22.0 Configuration View allows you to define the chiller's components,

TechView 8.0 with RTA MP 22.0

Configuration View allows you to define the chiller's components, ratings, and configuration settings. These are all values that determine the required installed devices, and how the chiller application is run in the main processor. For example, a user may set an option to be installed with Configuration View, which will require devices to be bound using Binding View. And when the main processor runs the chiller application, the appropriate steps are taken to monitor required inputs and control necessary outputs.

Any changes made in the Configuration View, on any of the tabs, will modify the chiller configuration when you click on the Load Configuration button (located at the base of the window). The Load Configuration button uploads the new configuration settings into the main processor.

Note: Selecting the Undo All button will undo any configuration setting changes made during the present TechView connection and since the last time the Load Con- figuration button was selected.