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UNIFLAIR

Instruction manual

REGULATION PROGRAMME
FOR B.R.E. UNITS

EN

Regulation Programme for B.R.E. Units

UNIFLAIR SpA policy is one of continuous technological innovation.


The Company therefore reserves the right to amend any data herein
without prior notice.

Disposal: the product is made up of metal parts and plastic parts.


In reference to European Union directive 2002/96/EC issued on 27
January 2003 and the related national legislation, please note that:
WEEE cannot be disposed of as municipal waste and such waste
must be collected and disposed of separately;
The public or private waste collection systems defined by local
legislation must be used. In addition, the equipment can be
returned to the distributor at the end of its working life when
buying new equipment.
The equipment may contain hazardous substances: the improper
use or incorrect disposal of such may have negative effects on
human health and on the environment;
The symbol (crossed-out wheeled bin) shown on the product or
on the packaging and on the instruction sheet indicates that the
equipment has been introduced onto the market after 13 August
2005 and that it must be disposed of separately;
In the event of illegal disposal of electrical waste, the penalties
are specified by local disposal legislation.

Drafted by:

Checked by:

Munari Andrea
15/10/2009

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THESE INSTRUCTIONS

Regulation Programme for B.R.E. Units

CONTENTS
GENERAL FEATURES .................................................................................................................................................................. 5
USER INTERFACE ........................................................................................................................................................................ 6
LANGUAGE SELECTION .............................................................................................................................................................. 6
DISPLAY INFORMATION WITH UNIT OFF ................................................................................................................................... 7
CONDITIONS FOR UNIT START................................................................................................................................................... 8
UNIT SWITCH ON/OFF .................................................................................................................................................................. 8
INFORMATION DISPLAYED WITH THE UNIT RUNNING ............................................................................................................ 9
SWITCH ON/OFF USING MANUAL OVERRIDE ......................................................................................................................... 10
VIEWING UNIT STATUS .............................................................................................................................................................. 11
ACCESS TO DATA IN CONSULTING OR PROGRAMMING MODE........................................................................................... 12
ACCESS LEVELS ........................................................................................................................................................................ 13
EDITING PARAMETERS ............................................................................................................................................................. 14
PROGRAMME VERSION ............................................................................................................................................................. 14
PROGRAMME IDENTIFICATION ................................................................................................................................................ 15
SPECIAL FEATURES .................................................................................................................................................................. 15
HOUR-METER READING AND PROGRAMMING ....................................................................................................................... 15
CONSULTING INPUT AND OUTPUT STATES ........................................................................................................................... 17
INPUT/OUTPUT TABLE FOR THE TWO UPCO BOARDS ....................................................................................................... 18
CONFIGURING THE UNITS DEVICES: "HARDWARE CONFIG.".............................................................................................. 19
HARDWARE CONFIGURATION .............................................................................................................................................. 19
EVAPORATOR ANTI-ICE FEATURE WITH CONTROL ON DELIVERY ..................................................................................... 25
DELAY SETTINGS ....................................................................................................................................................................... 26
MANUAL CONTROL .................................................................................................................................................................... 27
EXV PARAMETERS ..................................................................................................................................................................... 28
UNITS REMOTE CONTROL ....................................................................................................................................................... 32
UNIT IN LOCAL AREA NETWORK (LAN) .................................................................................................................................... 33
WORKING PARAMETERS........................................................................................................................................................... 34
SETBACK MODE ......................................................................................................................................................................... 35
LOW POWER ............................................................................................................................................................................... 36
SUMMER / WINTER SWITCH OVER .......................................................................................................................................... 36
CLOCK-CALENDAR - TIME BANDS............................................................................................................................................ 38
ALARM ADDRESSING ................................................................................................................................................................. 40
READING OF ALARMS ................................................................................................................................................................ 41
UPDATING THE PROGRAM........................................................................................................................................................ 47
DEFAULT VALUES ...................................................................................................................................................................... 48
APPENDIX SCREENS FLOW CHARTS ................................................................................................................................... 51
GENERAL INFORMATION AND DEFINITIONS .......................................................................................................................... 54
MOST COMMON PLAN NETWORK CONFIGURATIONS ........................................................................................................... 55
PLAN CONNECTION BETWEEN UPCO BOARDS ..................................................................................................................... 55
REMOTE TERMINAL CONNECTIONS ........................................................................................................................................ 56
CABLE FOR LAN AND SUPERVISION CONNECTION .............................................................................................................. 57

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EXAMPLE OF A CONNECTION TO THE REMOTE TERMINAL FROM THE BOARD ................................................................ 58
CONFIGURATION OF THE TERMINAL AND THE UPCO BOARD ............................................................................................. 59
LAN ADDRESS OF THE UPCO BOARD ..................................................................................................................................... 60
LAN PARAMETER CONFIGURATION ........................................................................................................................................ 62
VISUALIZATION OF THE NETWORK FROM THE TERMINAL ................................................................................................... 62
NOTE ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 63

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GENERAL FEATURES
The microprocessor control manages unit operation.
The control is essentially formed of:
a microprocessor control board, housed inside the electrical panel;
a graphic user interface.

LAN 1

LAN 21

Graphic user interface

Control board

In BRE units, the inputs and outputs of the two circuits are divided into two boards connected with each other in a
local area network.
The two boards perform like a single controller to all intents and purposes.
The microprocessor controller manages the units operation autonomously.
The microprocessor control board contains the settings programme and all the stored operating parameters which
can be viewed and set on the user interface.
Il sistema di controllo garantisce le seguenti funzioni:
setpoint offsetting via 0-10 volt input
control of delivery water temperature based on a settable setpoint;
option of setting a double setpoint (for cooling mode);
option of calculating the setpoint based on external temperature compensation;
complete alarm detection system with visual and audible indicators, and messages regarding measures to be
taken;
logging of all alarm events;
alarm warning contacts divided up by type;
programmable automatic restart when power is restored;
remote unit switch on/off;
control of all compressor operating time settings, pump-down mode management, compressor operation
rotation, to assure their efficiency and reliability;
three types of cooling control: modulating, by steps and by steps in ultra-low-noise mode;
suction pump management;
antifreeze heating element management;
management of unit operating as heat pump;
defrosting management;
password on 2 programming levels (setting, hardware and software configuration);
possibility of communicating with a supervision system by means of a the following types of protocol: Netvisor,
Modbus, Bacnet, Lon, Metasys, SNMP (TCP/IP) and Trend;
clock/calendar management (clock card optional);
counter totalling hours of operation of most important components;
display of operating status of all unit components and display of all values detected by sensors connected to
the control card;
option of setting separate weekly switch on/off time bands (with optional clock card):
Weekdays - Saturdays - Sundays and holidays

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management of switching off for consecutive days (Holiday Programme)


management of the local network with the possibility of setting the rotation of a unit in stand-by and the
operation of this unit in set-back mode, regulation based on the average temperatures and regulations steps;
override facility via which operation of main components can be controlled manually without disabling remote
control, where operating;
optimized control algorithm that constantly measures external temperature to manage freecooling mode in the
best way possible

USER INTERFACE
The user interface is made up of:
1 backlit 20x4 pixel LCD display with buzzer;
15 backlit keys to move between and change parameters.
The microprocessor board is connected to the user interface by a 6 pole telephone cable with a RJ11 jack
connector.

LANGUAGE SELECTION
Normally the display uses the language that has been defined by the regulation programme selected in the Flash
memory: IT = Italian, EN = English, DE = German, FR = French , SP = Spanish, RU = Russian and the possibility
of selecting a different language at any moment , by pressing on
12:22
26.3C
Inizializzazione
Attendere...
LAN01

26.3C
DEPART
Attendre s.v.p.
LAN01

12:22

12:22
26.3C
Initiating ...
Please Wait
LAN01

12:22

and

.
12:22
26.3C
Einschaltung...
Bitte warten
LAN01

26.3C
Inicio
Espere
LAN01

NOTE: The only exceptions to this rule are the forms for service engineers ("Hardware Configurations"), which
always appear in English.

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DISPLAY INFORMATION WITH UNIT OFF


As soon as power is supplied to the control, the following forms appear:
######################
Selftest
please wait
######################

Initiating
Please wait

When the unit is powered but not running, 3 fields are active on the user terminal display:

1.
Warning : Stopped
by Remote Control!

2.
Warning : Stopped
by Supervisor !

3.

Programmed Stop
Restart at 13:15 LU

4.

5.
6.
7.
8.

ON/OFF button;
Remote control ;
Supervision system;
Timed switch-off - in units with clock card - indicating what
time the next restart is programmed for;
Automatic unit inversion cycle;
Setback mode;
Forced switch-off subsequent to water flow alarm;
Forced switch-off subsequent to water flow alarm.

To Start Unit
Press On Key

1.
2.
3.
4.

A. Time and current date (only in units featuring a clock card);


B. Outlet water temperature.
C. One of the following messages indicating what has switched
the unit off:

12:22
26.1C EST
Water OUT: C 23.0

A
B
C

Warning : Stopped
on Standby !

5.

Programmed Stop
Press On Key

6.

Warning : Unit
in Set Back Mode

7.

Warning : Stopped
by Water Flow Alarm

8.
If you have chosen the holidays programme, the following form
will appear:

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12:30 MO 28/01/02
Holiday Program
Restart in : 10 days
(with prog. cycle)

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CONDITIONS FOR UNIT START


The following operations must be performed before the user can start the unit:
check that the yellow light on the
check that the red light on the

button is on (controller powered);


button is off (no alarms active);
ON

check that the unit switches on and the green light on the
alternatively:

OFF

button comes on after having pressed it,

check that the unit is started when the remote digital input ID1 (see screen 140) contact is closed;
check that the unit is started by the supervisory system if this connected and configured (see screen
140);
check that the unit is started by the daily or weekly time bands (see screen 250).

UNIT SWITCH ON/OFF


The unit can be switched on in the following ways:
ON

LOCAL mode via keypad: unit is controlled with the OFF pushbutton (the
first time it is pressed, the unit starts; the second time, it switches off).
Audible feedback tells you that the ON/OFF key has actually been pressed.
The controller commands compressor start so that the units on and off
cycles are not too close together (no more than 6 starts an hour). Hence the
compressors start may be delayed after the ON/OFF key is pressed.
The units new state is stored. When power is restored, the unit returns to
the state it was in before the power was cut, meaning it will restart if it was
running at the time.

ON
OFF

12:22
26.1C EST
T. water OUT: C 23.0
Start Delay
Please Wait

ON
OFF

12:22
26.1C EST
T. water OUT: C 23.0
Switching Off
Please Wait

AUTOMATIC mode: the controller is configured so that the unit switches on and off with:
1. a remote ON/OFF contact (only possible if said feature is enabled);
2. a supervision system (only possible in units featuring a serial card);
3. programmed automatic time bands (only in units featuring a clock card);
4. the automatic rotation cycle for units on standby.
If programmed in setback mode, the unit also starts automatically when the set temperature and humidity limits are
exceeded.
ON

NB: when operating in automatic mode, the OFF push button can only be used by switching the unit on or off using
the override feature by entering the "SETTINGS" password (see section entitled "SWITCH ON/OFF USING
MANUAL OVERRIDE").

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INFORMATION DISPLAYED WITH THE UNIT RUNNING


STATUS SCREEN
A
B

When the unit is running, the STATUS SCREEN appears on the display
featuring 6 active fields:
C

A. Current time (only in units featuring a clock card), ambient temperature,


ambient humidity (only with humidity sensor);

B. Functions in progress; the following messages are given depending on


work conditions:

"COOLING","HEATING","RECOVERY HEAT";
PUMP-DOWN CIRC. 1, PUMP-DOWN CIRC. 2,PUMP-DOWN CIRC. 1-2
DEFROST CIRC.1, DEFROST CIRC.2, DEFROST CIRC.1-2;
C.1 CONDENS LIMITS, C.2 CONDENS LIMITS ", "C.1-2 CONDENS
LIMITS";
C.1 EVAPOR LIMITS, C.2 EVAPOR LIMITS ", "C.1-2 EVAPOR LIMITS";
C.1 COND.LOW PRESS., C.2 COND.LOW PRESS."," C.1-2 COND.LOW
PRESS.";
"C.1 DISCH.HIGH T.","C.2 DISCH.HIGH T.","C.1-2 DISCH.HIGH T."
"C.1 OIL LOW P.","C.2 OIL LOW P.","C.1-2 OIL LOW P."
" DRIPPING...","QUICK START"

C. Where applicable, it indicates automatic cycle operation override:


MAN in operating mode with manual control;
FORCE when switching on using manual forcing;
WATCH when the unit enters setback mode to keep temperature
and humidity parameters within the set limits.
LOWPW request for partial circuit operation to reduce power
consumption (request from digital input)

D. indicates units slave status, which can be one of the following:


ON : to ON/OFF key on user terminal
REMOTE: to a remote contact;
SUPERV.: to a Supervisor;
CYCLE: to automatic cycle inverting standard units and standby units;
TIME: to a programme for operation based on time bands.
E. indicates trouble status, which can be one of the following:
ALARM: when there is an alarm;
"SERV": when a meter totalling hours of operation exceeds the threshold.
F. indicates the unit, identified with "LAN 01", "LAN 02", . when a number of units are connected in a LAN and
their operating status is displayed on a shared terminal.
and

In this latter case, pressing keys


they have been addressed in.
12:22

26.1C EST
COOLING
LAN 01

at the same time allows you to skip to the next unit in the order

12:22

26.1C EST
COOLING
LAN 02

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SWITCH ON/OFF USING MANUAL OVERRIDE


A unit switched on or off respectively can be stopped or started manually using
one of the automatic operation devices:
Remote ON/OFF contact;
Supervision system;
Automatic inversion of unit on standby;
Automatic mode based on time bands.
ON

When the OFF button is pressed, form 190 automatically appears on the display
indicating, where applicable, that automatic operation has been overridden.
To call up the subroutine, enter the digits making up the password to enter
SETTINGS level (the password is contained in the envelope supplied with this
manual) and press the

ON
OFF

Switch-On/Off
Manual Ovverdie
Please Type-in
Password:
_ 00000
(screen 190)

key.

IMPORTANT NOTE: after an incorrect password has been entered three times,
an alarm state is activated and logged (see section entitled "CONSULTING
ALARMS").

ON

To switch the unit off or on using the override feature, simply press the OFF key
again. In this case:
if the unit is forced to switch off, the display reads UNIT MANUALLY OFF
PRESS ON KEY;
if the unit is forced to start, the STATUS form reads FORCE.

(screen 200)

Unit Switched Off By


( )
to Manually Start
Press On/Off Key

The second line () features the description of the device the unit is slaved to:
REMOTE ON/OFF;
SUPERVISOR;
STAND-BY CYCLE;
TIME PROGRAMME .

Unit Switched On By
( )
to Manually Stop
Press On/Off Key

MANUAL OVERRIDE PROCEDURE


If the unit is running subsequent to a command from one of the automatic devices,
form 200 is called up.
If the unit is idle subsequent to a command from one of the automatic devices,
form 201 is called up.

(screen 201)
ON
OFF

EXITING MANUAL OVERRIDE


To exit manual override, indicated in field C on the STATUS FORM with FORCE,
ON

button and key in the password to enter


you will need to press the
SETTINGS level.
If the unit is forced to switch off, form 203 is called up.
If the unit is forced to switch on, form 202 is called up.
As described above, the line with the asterisk () features the description of the
device the unit is slaved to.
OFF

Unit Manually Off:


to Go Back to
( )
Press On/Off Key

(screen 203)

Once you have exited manual override, the FORCE message disappears from
the STATUS form

Unit Manually On
to Go Back to
( )
Press On/Off Key

(screen 202)
ON
OFF

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VIEWING UNIT STATUS


The units operating parameters (temperatures, humidity, ) can be consulted by pressing the
scrolling through the forms with the
FORM returns.
Press the

and

key and

. keys. When the consultation cycle ends, the initial STATUS

key to go to the STATUS FORM directly.

Note: the status of compressors and circulation pumps may feature four kinds of information:
1. : device not running
2. ON : device running
3. AL : alarm
4. PD : device in pump-down state (for compressors only).
When it comes to compressors, the alarm warning may be the result of one of the three events below:
- high pressure alarm
- low pressure alarm
- contact of compressors thermal cut-out opened
For water circulation pumps, on the other hand, the alarm warning is generated when the contact of the pumps
thermal cut-out opens.

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ACCESS TO DATA IN CONSULTING OR PROGRAMMING


MODE
Control parameter consulting and programming modes can be entered directly using the keys on the user terminal:
1. ACCESS IN READ-ONLY MODE: allows you to consult data, whilst you are not allowed to edit them;
2. ACCESS IN PROGRAMMING (READING AND WRITING) MODE allows you to alter stored data and entails:
2.a. pressing the key

for a second (until you hear audible feedback);


I/O

2.b. immediately pressing one of the following keys:


,
,
,
,
,
;
2.c. entering the PASSWORD contained in the sealed envelope supplied with this manual intended for the
head of maintenance (see section entitled "ACCESS LEVELS").

The yellow LED associated with each key has the following function:
- LED lit: access to forms in read-only mode;
- LED flashing: access to forms in programming mode (when one of the membrane keys has been pressed in
sequence with the "P" key)
CONSULTATION MODE
(LED on)
Consultation of the counter for the unit and
its devices regarding the number of
compressor start-ups.

PROGRAMMING MODE
(LED flashing)

To consult state of cards inputs and


outputs

To consult clock/calendar and time bands


(only if optional clock card is fitted).

+
+
+

To consult set points

To consult remote control settings

12

Access to the reset Screen for the


counters and for modification of the
threshold values of the counter;
access to the Screens connected to
standard maintenance operations
(manual override of defrosting only
for heat pump).
To call up forms to set level-2
alarms.

Sequential reading of the last 100 alarm


events.
I/O

+
+

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I/O

To access unit configuration and


manual controls.
To call up forms containing functions
related to clock card: setting of time
bands for units switching on and off..
To call up forms to edit set points
To call up forms to set remote
commands (issued by remote control
or supervisor), standby mode and
LAN.

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ACCESS LEVELS
What forms appear depends on the chosen configuration (e.g.: forms relating to the hour-meter for heating
elements do not appear if the unit is not fitted with said elements).
User interaction with the microprocessor is based on 3 levels:
1. CONSULTING MODE consisting in displaying parameters and reading the following data:
current time and date (only if system features a clock card);
environmental conditions;
values measured by sensors connected to system;
operating parameter set points;
logged alarm events (with time and date of event only if system features a clock card).
2. OPERATING PARAMETERS PROGRAMMING MODE, via which you can edit settings for:

: thresholds for the number of hours of operation accumulated by individual components at which
servicing is requested;

: alarm addressing;

: clock/calendar and time bands;

: operating parameters;

: parameters for remote controls, local area network, supervision and rotation between units.

This level is accessible with the "SETTINGS" password.

3. CONFIGURATION PARAMETERS and MANUAL CONTROL PROGRAMMING MODE, via which the units
various components can be run manually (regardless of environmental conditions) and the following operations
performed:

I/O

: setting unit type and configuring devices connected, editing passwords, operations on data in the
microprocessors memory;

This level is only accessible by entering the "CONFIGURATIONS"/"SERVICE" password contained


in the sealed envelope supplied with this instruction manual intended for the head of maintenance.

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EDITING PARAMETERS
Setting and/or configuration parameters in a subroutine (set points, differential) are edited as follows:
1. call up the forms in programming mode;
2. use the
corner;
3. press the

or

key to select the form containing the parameter; the cursor ( _) flashes in the top left

key to move the cursor onto the parameter to be edited;


or

4. edit the value of the parameter - whether numerical or Boolean (YES/NO) - using the
(numerical values can only be edited within the controllers set range);
5. lastly, press the

key to confirm the value.

To return to the main form, press the


pressing the

key. When configuring the units hardware, on the other hand,

key just once calls up the initial "Hardware Configuration" menu (Screen 180);

To edit parameters on other forms, keep pressing the


first line. Then press the

or

key until the cursor is positioned at the start of the

key to move to the desired form.

PROGRAMME VERSION
key, you can view the version of the control programme
By pressing the
contained in the Flash EPROM.
This information is essential when you want to add a new unit to a group of units
connected in a Local Area Network as all programmes of units connected with
each other in a LAN must have the same version. When contacting a service
centre, it is important to quote the version of the control programme contained in
the Flash EPROM accurately.

Program Version
BIGCH 3.8/BRE
26-03-09 SCREW f 50Hz
LAN:
Unit n.01
(screen 135)

/
BIOS:
BOOT:

Ver
0000
0000

Date
00000
00000

(screen 135a)

/
BREF 1602
No Pumps
Comp.Bitzer
R407C
Mech:exp.Valve
(screen 135b)

14

key

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PROGRAMME IDENTIFICATION
This manual describes standard control characteristics for Chillers and Heat Pump. Some of the characteristics of
special-version units might differ from those described herein.
Family

Release

Language

Date of
Updating

Version
For LAN Network

BIGCH

v 3.8/BRE

EN

26/03/2009

LAN

#
SPECIAL FEATURES
#

In some programme versions, pressing the


key displays a number of special
features tailored to the customers specifications.
Special features, where included, may be illustrated in the APPENDIX.

HOUR-METER READING AND PROGRAMMING


This part of the programme is used to determine service intervals for the units components: when the device in
question exceeds the hours of operation threshold indicated, the microprocessor reports the service request by
activating the alarm condition and sending the SERV message up on the main form.
There are also two forms featuring the number of times the compressor starts (with the option of resetting the
count).
The forms give the number of hours accumulated and operation thresholds. To edit limits and/or reset the hourmeter, you must call up the subroutine in programming mode.
The functions regard the following unit components:
1. Compressors;
2. Water circulation pumps;
3. Compressors starting number;
4. Command manual Defrost circuit;

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ACCESS TO
SETTINGS
ENTER PASSWORD
00000
(screen 150)

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For each, you can:


read the accumulated number of hours of duty;
set operation thresholds - setting the threshold to 0 inhibits the SERVICE
request warning;
reset the hour-meter (RESET = "OK"), e.g. once the component has been
serviced and/or replaced.
Parameters can only be edited within the permissible setting ranges.
The screen 24 feature the progressive number of starts of the units compressors,
with the option of resetting the count.

COMPRESSOR 1
Tot. Run Hours
00000
Alarm Limit H
00000
Reset
-(screen 20a)

/
COMPRESSOR 2
Tot. Run Hours
00000
Alarm Limit H
00000
Reset
-(screen 20b)

/
PUMP 1
Tot. Run Hours
Alarm Limit H
Reset

00000
00000
--

(screen 21)

/
PUMP 2
Tot. Run Hours
Alarm Limit H
Reset

00000
00000
--

(screen 22)

/
PUMP FC
Tot. Run Hours
Alarm Limit H
Reset

00000
00000
--

(screen 23)

/
Starting Number
Compr.1 00000
res.
Compr.2 00000
res.
(screen 24)

/
Minimun Run Time Err
Compressor 1
00000
Compressor 2
00000
(screen 25)

/
Manual Defrost
Circ.1 Defrost
-- No
Circ.2 Defrost
-- No
(screen 26)

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I/O

Inlets/Outlets
_Control Board 1
Control Board 2
(screen 40a)

CONSULTING INPUT AND OUTPUT STATES


I/O

This part of the program, which can be called up directly by pressing the
key, allows you to check the state of
the cards inputs and outputs of the two control board.
The codes given on the display are the same ones used to identify components in the unit and in the relevant
literature (wiring diagrams, ).
1. Digital inputs (ID1 - ID14):
On-Off (Remoto) = remote On-Off contact
LP1 = circuit 1 low-pressure pressure switch
AP1= circuit 1 high-pressure pressure switch
TH1-2 = protector breaker compressor 1
TH3-4 = protector breaker compressor 2
THPE1 = thermo protectors for the water circulation pump
RSF = phase sequence relay
FS = water flow-switch
Heat Rec Req = start up contact of heat recovery
THPES = thermo protectors for the water circulation pump Free-Cooling
Change SETP. = commutation contact for the working setpoint
Power Reduc. = reduction contact of the absorbed power
Rem. SUM/WIN = commutation contact for SUMMER/WINTER operation
I.V.LimitSw.= contact switches valve Free-Cooling
Compress.1 Integral Prot. = CRIVAN compressor 1 protection
2. Analogue inputs (B1 - B8)
Supplies the readings of the TEMPERATURE and PRESSURE sensors connected
to the board.
3. UpCOe Expansion Analogue inputs (B1 B4)
Supplies the readings of the sensors connected to the UpCOE expansion board.
B1 = Rem Offset summer setpoint

I/O

ID1Remote On/Off
ID2 BP1

C
C

(screen da 40b - 43)


A = input open
C = input closed

/
B1 Cond.Press.1
B2 Evap.Press.1

00.0
00.0

(screen da 44 45)

/
pCOe Expansion Board
B1 Rem Offset
0000

(screen da 46)

4. Digital outputs (C1 - C13)


V3V1 (recup.) = 3-way valve 1 contact
VIC1 = cycle inversion valve circuit 1
CPE1 = pump contacts circuit 1
CC1,CC2,CC3 = compressor contacts
ETVR1 (recup.) = ECO system or liq. inject. system switch-on
CPES = free-cooling pump contactor
Al. type A = digital outputs of signaling alarm the type A
ETF1 = circuit 1 freon solenoid valve
ETVC1 (rec.) = circuit 1 condensing valve
CV1R/CV1D = fan 1 contact
Al. type B = digital output of signalling alarm the type B
5. Analogue output
Y1 Fan 1 Signal = fan speed control;
Y2 Anaout 2 = free-cooling valve contact;

/
C1 V3V1
C2 VIC1
C3 CPE1

OFF
OFF
OFF

(screen da 47 - 50)

/
Y1 Fan 1 Signal
Y2 Anaout2

000
OFF

(screen 51)

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INPUT/OUTPUT TABLE FOR THE TWO UPCO BOARDS


UpCO control board 1
ID1
ID2
ID3
ID4
ID5
ID6
ID7
ID8
ID9
ID10
ID11
ID12
ID13
ID14

On/Off
BP1/2
AP1/2
TH1-2 / TH3-4
Termico PE1/2
Not used
RSF
FS
Rich. Recupero/
THPES
Cambio SETP.
Basso cons.
Est/Inv rem.;
FC Valvola
Prot.Integrale
Compress.1/2
Not used

UpCO control board 2

On-Off remote contact


low pressure switch for circuits 1
high pressure switch for circuit 1
thermo protector for compressor 1
thermo protectors for the water circulation
pump 1

low pressure switch for circuits 2


high pressure switch for circuit 2
thermo protector for compressor 2
thermo protectors for the water circulation
pump 2

phase sequence relay


water flow-switch
start up contact of heat recovery / thermo
protectors for pump FC
commutation contact for change setpoint
reduction contact of the absorbed power
commutation contact for SUMMER/WINTER
operation; contact switches valve Free-Cooling
CRIVAN compressor 1 protection

CRIVAN compressor 2 protection

UpCO control board 1


B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8

Cond .Press.1
Evap. Press.1
Circuit 1 Discharge Temperature
Abs.Curr Amp. compressor 1
Water T. IN
Water T. OUT
Water Tank
External Air Temp.

UpCO control board 2


Cond .Press.2
Evap. Press.2
Circuit 2 Discharge Temperature
Abs.Curr Amp. compressor 2
Circuit 1 liquid
Circuit 2 liquid
Not used
Not used

UpCO control board 1


DO1
DO2
DO3
DO4
DO5
DO6
DO7
DO8
DO9
DO10
DO11
DO12
DO13
DO14

CC1
CC2
CPE1
E1Y1
E1Y2
E1Y3

UpCO control board 2


CC3
CC4
CPE2
E2Y1
E2Y2
E2Y3
V3V2(recup.) / Valv.FC Int.
RAT1-2 RAC
ETF2
ETVI2(-E2)
CV2R
CV2D
ETV Drain. / Isol.Valve.

Al. type A
ETF1
ETVI1(-E1)
CV1R
CV1D
Al. type B

UpCO control board 1


Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4

Fan 1 Signal

B1
B2
B3
B4

UpCO control board 2

Remote Offset

Fan 2 Signal

Free-cooling valve contact


VIC1
E1Y4

VIC2
E2Y4

UpCOE

When a sensor is added or an optional sensor is added connected to the card, the "HARDWARE SETUP"
command must be executed, which enables the card to read the inputs and outputs. Serial card and the clock card
are exceptions to this rule.
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I/O

CONFIGURING THE UNITS DEVICES: "Hardware Config."


You enter the units configuration mode by pressing programming key

I/O

repeatedly until you hear a short audible signal and then pressing the
key
(waiting no more than a few seconds).
Once you have entered the password, the relevant form is called up, comprising
three options: move the cursor vertically to the line you are interested in using the
key and then call up the forms by pressing the

_Hardware Config.
Delay Settings
Manual Control
EXV Parameters
(screen 180)

key.

HARDWARE CONFIGURATION
The unit control programme needs to be configured, i.e. adapted to the unit it is installed in. During this stage, you
must define all elements making up the unit that the microprocessor will be required to control. This operation is
generally only required when the controller is installed actually on the unit, in which case, therefore, it is performed
at the factory during final testing. Nonetheless, configuration may be required as a result of later changes made to
the unit.
Consequently, forms concerning configuration appear in English and are intended for use by service engineers
only.
P

I/O

Access to
Configuration Menu
Enter Password:
00000
(screen 160)

* * * * *:

Access to
Configuration Menu
Enter Password:
*****
(screen 160)

Delay Settings
Manual Control
EXV Parameters
(screen 180)

Enter the "SERVICE" password ("CONFIGURATION PASSWORD") to be found in the envelope supplied with this manual

SCREEN 60 - DEVICES CONNECTED TO THE UNIT


Allows you to:
set unit type depending on whether the unit in question is a:
- standard-version chiller
- chiller for low temperatures
- chiller with condensation heat recovery
- heat pump
- heat pump with condensation heat recovery
- chiller with free cooling

_Hardware Config.

UNIT Type:
STD Chiller
Circul Pumps:
Fan Speed Regul:

2
Y

(screen 60)

select the number of pumps and modulating fan speed control.

SCREEN 61 CONFIGURATION OF MODELS WITH DEVICES INSERTED


Screen 61 allows setting of:
- the size of the unit
- the type of compressor
- the type of fans

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Compressor Type:
Bitzer
Fans Type: STD
(screen 61)

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SCREEN 62 CONFIGURATION OF SCREW COMPRESSORS OPTIONS


Screen 62 in units with screw compressors allows the following options to be set:
Injection of liquid for additional cooling only necessary for high levels of
compression;
Eco+Subcooling to obtain an increased sub-cooling of the liquid.
SCREEN 63 CONFIGURATION OF THE ELECTRONIC EXPANSION VALVE
Screen 63 allows setting of:
- the type of refrigerant gas
- high temperature function
- the presence of the electronic expansion valve
- the type of electronic expansion valve
SCREEN 64 COOLING SETPOINT LIMITS
Allows the minimum and maximum setpoint limits to be set.

Screw Compressors
Option:
Liquid Injection
(screen 62)

Refrig.Circ.Option
Gas Type:R407C HT: No
EXV valves:
No
Not used
(screen 63)

Cool.SetPoint Limits
Min Value C
06.0
Max Value C
13.0
(screen 64)

Only some of the following forms will be displayed, depending on the type of unit.
SCREEN 65 PUMP-DOWN CONFIGURATION
Allows pump-down mode to be activated and procedure maximum time to be set.
.

Pump Down Config.


Enable:
Y
Max. Time s
20
(screen 65)

SCREEN 66 FREQUENCY OF THE ELECTRIC NETWORK


This Screen allows the frequency of the electric network to be set for fan operation

Fan Speed Setting


Mains Frequency
Hz50

(screen 66)

SCREEN 67 CONFIGURATION OF FAN SET POINT


Screen 67 sets the set point for fan activation when the external temperature
exceeds the set value.

Fan Direct Set (S)


On at T.ext.>C
00.0

(screen 67)

SCREEN 68 FAN REGULATION


This Screen and the ones which follow it allow the fan modulation parameters to
be set on the basis of the condensing pressure: by setting the low-noise mode, the
fan speed regulation is based on a ramp of 3 steps rather than 2, as illustrated in
the diagrams which follow.
SCREEN 69 FAN REGULATION
Screen 69 allows the parameters for fan modulation to be set depending on the
condensation pressure when in Chiller mode.

Fan Speed Setting


Low Noise Mode
N
Min. speed %
12
Max. speed %
100
(screen 68)

Fan Speed Reg. (S)


On: 00C
Off: 00C
Ramp begin.
00C
Ramp ending
00C
(screen 69)

SCREEN 70 FAN REGULATION


This Screen allows the parameters relating to the 2nd fan modulation regulation
step in low noise mode.

Fan Speed Reg. (S)


LowNoise
(High Ramp)
Ramp2 begin.
00C
Ramp2 ending
00C
(screen 70)

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SCREEN 71 FAN REGULATION


Screen 71 allows the parameters for fan modulation to be set depending on the
condensation pressure in heat pump mode.

Fan Speed Reg. (W)


On: 00C
Off: 00C
Ramp begin.
00C
Ramp ending
00C
(screen 71)

Fan Speed

Standard modulating control

100%

Min. Vel.

Fan Off

Fan Speed

Fan Off

Ramp Begin

Ramp End

Press Cond.

Modulating control in low-noise mode

100%
Max. Vel.

Min. Vel.
Fan Off

Fan On

Ramp1 begin

Ramp1 end

Ramp2 begin

SCREEN 72 MAXIMUM SPEED SETPOINT OF FANS IN FC MODE


Screen 72 in the event of total free-cooling, allows the maximum fan speed to be
set.

Ramp2 end

Press. Cond.

FC Parameters
Max Speed Setting
Total FC Mode
% 000
(screen 72)

SCREEN 73 SETPOINT FREE-COOLING ACTIVATION


In free-cooling units, this Screen appears which enables the activation delta T to
be set. When the external air temperature is lower than the inlet water
temperature, the unit enters free-cooling mode: the water circulation pump
activates by means of the free-cooling coil and the compressor steps change in
order to increase the efficiency of the air-water exchanger.
SCREEN 74 FREE-COOLING ACTIVATION WITH UNIT IN STAND-BY
This Screen allows the intelligent free-cooling management to be activated.

FC Parameters
DT Water IN-Ambient
SetPoint
C 05.0
FC Mode:
Standard
(screen 73)

FC on Stand-by Unit
(Hydr.Connected)
Enabled:
N
(screen 74)

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In the diagram shown below, an example is shown where unit 1 is in stand-by and units 2 and 3 are running and
connected with intelligent free-cooling. If the external temperature is able to activate free-cooling, the control
system of the units running controls the start-up of the fans of the unit in stand-by (1) and the start-up of the freecooling pump (C) of the units which are running (2 and 3). In this way the water is sent to all of the available freecooling coils.

A : Main onboard pump


B : Free-cooling coil
C : Free-cooling pump
D : Evaporator

E : Non return valve


: Supplied by Manufacturer

SCREEN 75 ANTI-FREEZE
This Screen gives the choice of activating the circulation pump or not through the
free-cooling coils in anti-freeze operation. If this function is activated in the standby unit, the FC pump is switched on as soon as the external temperature falls
below 1,0C; it turns off when it rises above 3,0C.
N.B.: Only a correct mix of glycol ensures that the coils do not freeze if the
external temperature falls below zero: the function indicated cannot guarantee the
integrity of the coil, above all in freezing temperatures.
SCREEN 76 FREE-COOLING ISOLATION VALVE
Screen 76 allows operation of the water isolation valve of the Free-Cooling circuit
to be activated. Complete opening is controlled by means of the limit switch or
time, following which the FC pump is activated.

Antifreeze Function
FC Pump Activation
On Stand-by:
N
(screen 75)

Control of Motorised
Isolating Valve: No
CtrlMode: LimitSwitch
(screen 76)

SCREEN 77 REGULATION OF THE AMPEROMETRIC SENSOR READING


RANGE
Screen 77 allows the range of readings of the compressors amperometric sensor
to be activated and set.

Comp.Curr.Sensor: N
Range Begin A
000
Range End A
000
Multipl. Fact
1
(screen 77)

SCREEN 78 MAXIMUM ABSORBED CURRENT REGULATION


Screen 78 allows the maximum absorbed current threshold of the compressor
above which the cooling capacity is reduced to be set.

Comp.Curr.Sensor
Max. Current Abs.
000A
(screen 78)

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SCREEN 79 READING RANGE REGULATION


Screen 79 allows the reading range of the high pressure transducer to be set.

High Press Sensor


Range Begin
kPa 0000
Range End
kPa 0000
(screen 79)

SCREEN 80 READING RANGE REGULATION


Screen 80 allows the reading range of the low pressure transducer to be set.

Low Press Sensor


Range Begin
kPa 0000
Range End
kPa 0000
(screen 80)

SCREEN 81-86 SENSOR ADJUSTMENT


Screen 81 and the following Screens allow the temperature sensors which can be
found in the unit to be adjusted (read value), when there is a difference between
the value measured by the probe and the actual temperature, measured by a
precision instrument.
SCREEN 87 MONITORING OF THE REFRIGERANT LOAD
Screen 87 allows the Subcooling Setting to monitor the refrigerant load in the
cooling circuit to be set.

Offset Adj.
Cond. 1 Temp Sensor
Read Value
C 00.0
Adjustement
00.0
(screen 81-86)

Refr.Charge Monitor
Set SubCool. C 00.0
Circ.1
Circ.2
00.0 -- 00.0 -(screen 87)

SCREEN 88 REMOTE SETPOINT


Screen 88 allows the relative control parameters of the remote modulating control
of the unit operating values to be set.
A high-precision (1/1000) 20Kohm resistor must be connected in series to terminal
B1 the UpCOE board. Next, apply the 0-10V signal referred to the GND terminal
(both terminals are located on the control card). The zero value is adjusted
automatically using the Hardware setup function.
SCREEN 89 HEAT RECOVERY
Screen 89 allows the maximum condensation temperature limit to be set above
that which is prevented by the heat recovery.

Set Point Remote


Offset (positive)
Y
Zero Adj. =
mV 000
10 V Signal = C 00.0
(screen 88)

Heat Recovery
Cond. Pressure Limit
00C
(screen 89)

SCREEN 90 OPTIONAL REMOTE SETPOINT


Screen 90 allows changing of the optional summer setpoint on the other units
connected by means of the LAN network to be activated.

Wat.OUT Summer Reg.


Opt SetP. by LAN: N
(screen 90)

SCREEN 91 QUICKSTART
Screen 91 allows the QuickStart function to be activated. If, following a return of
supply (Power ON) the temperature of the water is above the summer SetP.+ the
programmed setting, the compressors will start-up in approx. 3 minutes.

Emergency Recovery
Enable:
No
Activ.At Power ON IF
Twout>SetP+C
00.0
(screen 91)

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SCREEN 92 BUZZER ACTIVATION TIME


Screen 92 allows the maximum activation time of the buzzer activation when an
alarm is active to be set.

Alarm Buzzer Conf.


Activat.Time min 05
(0=never;99=ever)
(screen 92)

SCREEN 93 SETTING THE ACCESS PASSWORD


Screen 93 allows the access password to be set:
- At the settings ("SETTINGS" password). See paragraph "ACCESS LEVEL",
point 2.;
- At the configuration ("CONFIGURATIONS" password or "SERVICE"
password). See paragraph "ACCESS LEVEL, point 3.

SET-UP OF PASSWORD
FOR ACCESSING TO:
SETTINGS
00000
SERVICE
00000
(screen 93)

Since access to the SERVICE menu is not granted unless you know the relevant password, we recommend you
write the new password down before changing the existing one.
Screen 94, allows the data contained in the microprocessors EEPROM to be
altered.
PROGRAMME SETUP. This operation is performed automatically if the
programme is replaced. It may prove useful if you find data (setpoints,
configurations etc.) are contaminated as it allows you to clear the memory
(including data concerning the units HARDWARE configuration): all setpoints
are automatically restored to their respective factory settings (see section
entitled "DEFAULT VALUES").
Following this operation, the controller must be reconfigured and you will need to
adjust any setpoints that are to have a value other than the default value.

AL. PAGE CLEAR-UP. By clearing the alarm log, you erase the all alarm events
stored in the memory.

/
PROGRAM SET-UP
AL. PAGE CLEAR-UP
HARDWARE SET UP

NO
NO
NO

(maschere 94)

/
PROGRAM SET-UP
AL. PAGE CLEAR-UP
HARDWARE SET UP
Please Wait

SI
NO
NO

HARDWARE SET-UP. Used to run an automatic procedure for detecting devices


connected to the controller. This operation is useful when you want to add an
option to the card, replace a sensor, or when the display features the "NC"
message instead of the temperature sensors reading.

To restore factory setpoints and reset other data in the memory (except "Hardware Configuration" parameters),
P

press keys
and
at the same time and hold them down for at least 5 seconds.
A short audible signal tells you that the operation has been performed successfully.

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EVAPORATOR ANTI-ICE FEATURE WITH CONTROL ON


DELIVERY
Note: Needs low-pressure transducers.
The advanced feature checks for ice inside the evaporator, monitoring the delta between evaporating pressure
and outlet water temperature.
When ice-over conditions are detected, partial capacity operation is instantly implemented on the circuit in
question, issuing a pre-alert.
If the situation is repeated 4 times within the space of an hour, the antifreeze alarm is generated, which stops both
circuits (operator intervention needed).
Defrost demand:
Defrosting is requested and carried out with the following conditions:
phase 1 : Evaporating pressure of any one circuit must reach the setback value;
phase 2 : The controller immediately calculates unit efficiency at this evaporating pressure, also based on external
air temperature detected by the sensor, and sets and saves the value in this condition (?T = Text-Tevap.
recalculated by system with ?T referring to an Text of 5C);
phase 3 : If evaporating pressure continues to stay below the setback value, the controller continues to save and
recalculate efficiency every moment, comparing it with the one established before so that it can determine the
decrease as a % of the value versus time;
phase 4 : When the decrease in efficiency drops below the value calculated by the controller during stable
operation, the defrost demand is made, though defrosting only takes place if the demand condition persists for 180
seconds if the request has been made by just one circuit;
Defrost activation:
After those 180 seconds, the controller:
Switches the 4-way valve or valves from heat pump back to chiller (summer mode);
Switches off the compressors of any circuit not receiving the defrost command;
Switches off the fans;
The end-defrost and stop-compressors request is made if condensing pressure has reached 23 bar or if defrosting
has reached the maximum time of 5 minutes.
Dripping cycle activaction:
phase 5 : Once the compressors are switched off, the controller checks to assess dripping mode and time:
case 1 : If Text < 5C, compressors off for 120 seconds and fans off;
case 2 : If Text > 6C, compressors off for 60 seconds, fans off for 30 seconds and then on at full speed for
remaining 30 seconds;

End of defrost and return to regular operation:


phase 6 : When the dripping cycle ends, the controller:
Switches the 4-way valve or valves from Chiller back to Heat Pump (winter mode);
Switches on the compressors;
Low-power defrost
Defrosting in low-power mode follows the same procedures determined by the algorithm applied during regular
operation, however the option of defrosting both circuits at the same time is inhibited. (only two compressors on).
Defrosting will be enabled in the circuit reaching defrost activation conditions (evaporating pressure 3.2 bar).

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DELAY SETTINGS
P

I/O

Access to
Configuration Menu
Enter Password:
00000

(screen 160)

* * * * *:

Access to
Configuration Menu
Enter Password:
*****
(screen 160)

Enter the "SERVICE" password ("CONFIGURATION PASSWORD") to be found in the envelope supplied with this manual.
_Hardware Config.
Delay Settings
Manual Control
EXV Parameters
(screen 180)

x1

Hardware Config.
_Delay Settings
Manual Control
EXV Parameters
(screen 180)

Screen 100 concerns initial transient behaviour and gives you the option of
setting:
length of delay before the unit restarts after a power cut (POWER ON DELAY) it is required to prevent simultaneous starts in multiple installations;
In LAN-connected units, a progressive start sequence (unit 1, unit 2, ) is run
automatically, with 5-second intervals between one unit and the next.
initial period - from when the compressor starts - during which the low-pressure
pressure switch reading is disregarded (LP-STAT DELAY). It enables the
compressor to start even in a harsh climate.
length of time between the unit switching on and control starting (START
TRANS.) - this is the initial period deemed necessary to give the control system
time to stabilize.
During this period, the FS water flow-switch reading is also disregarded. This
allows the unit to start without generating the " Loss of Water Flow " alarm.
delay - from when the unit starts - before environmental condition alarms are
reported (T+H Al Delay).
Screen 101 allows the anti-hunting time constant to be set to avoid excessive
differences in temperature. The greater the heat inertia of the room being airconditioned, the greater this value must be.
Screen 102 allows the water flow-switch (FS) reading parameters to be set: the
first parameter is the acquisition delay for the signal issued by the flow-switch
when the unit is started, whilst the second parameter is the length of the delay
before the alarm, if there is one, is reported after the pump starts. Lastly, the third
parameter (only displayed if there are two pumps) is the rotation time for the
pumps operation (1).
The Screen 103 allows the compressor times to be set, i.e.:
1. minimum time between two starts for a single compressor;
2. minimum time each compressor stays on;
3. minimum time each compressor stays off;
4. minimum time between two consecutive starts by different compressors;

Power On Delay
s 000
LP-Stat Delay
s 90
Start Trans.
s 20
Temp. Al. Delay min 15
(screen 100)

/
Anti-Hunting Time
Constant of Water
Temp.Control
s30
(screen 101)

/
FS Start Delay
FS Run Delay
Pump Changeover

s 10
s 03
h 12

(screen 102)

/
Compr. Timing
Cycle min.
s 000
Run s 000
Off. s 000
Between 2 Diff. s 000
(screen 103)

Screen 104 allows the start-up delay of the free-cooling pump during opening of
the water isolation valve to be set.

Free-Cooling Pump:
Start Delay: s 000
(screen 104)

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MANUAL CONTROL
During regular operation, all components the unit is fitted with are managed automatically. Nonetheless, to make
maintenance and adjusting work easier, or if there is an emergency, individual components can be switched on
using the manual override feature, regardless of the control process.
In particular, it is possible to:
switch the unit on/off in manual mode
switch the compressors on/off
swap the two pumps over
switch on /off the FC pump
control the ramp for the fans modulating control (analogue output Y1- Y2)
Anche durante il funzionamento manuale sono attivi i dispositivi di sicurezza.
To edit parameter values, you must call up the "MANUAL CONTROL" subroutine from the "HARDWARE" menu
until you reach form 160 prompting you to enter the CONFIGURATION password.

Access to
Configuration Menu
Enter Password:
00000

I/O

Access to
Configuration Menu
Enter Password:
*****

(screen 160)

* * * * *:

(screen 160)

Enter the "SERVICE" password ("CONFIGURATION PASSWORD") to be found in the envelope supplied with this manual.
_Hardware Config.
Delay Settings
Manual Control
EXV Parameters

x2

Hardware Config.
Delay Settings
_Manual Control
EXV Parameters

(screen 180)

(screen 180)

AUTOMATIC / MANUAL OPERATING MODE


(SCREENS 110-116)
To alter the operating mode of a component, simply move the cursor onto the relevant
line, press the

or

key to change from automatic ("No") to manual ("Yes") or


key.

vice versa, and confirm by pressing the

Manual Override
Unit Start-Up
No
Compressor 1
No
Time to Restart 25000
(screen 110)

Via form 114, you can also set the degree that devices connected to analogue output
Y1, Y2, Y3 and Y4 must open, given as a percentage.

MANUAL OVERRIDE
Compressor 2
No
Time to Restart 25000
(screen 111)

When you use manual override to start one or more components, field D on the
STATUS form reads MAN.
When in manual mode, all parameter settings relating to compressors and pumps
remain active (Lp/Hp; THPE 1; ..). In low-power mode, only 2 compressors can be
switched on/off with the override feature (capacity reduced by 50%).

/
MANUAL OVERRIDE
PUMP 1
N
PUMP 2
N
Switchover P1-2

(screen 112)

/
MANUAL OVERRIDE
Free-Cooling Pump

(screen 113)

/
N

MANUAL OVERRIDE
FAN SPEED % 000
OUT RAMP % 000
RAMP %:Y1 000
Y2 000

MANUAL OVERRIDE
Fan Speed C.1 % 000
Out Ramp C.1 % 000
Ramp Y1 C.1
% 000

(screen 114)

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(screen 115)

/
MANUAL OVERRIDE
Fan Speed C.2 % 000
Out Ramp C.2 % 000
Ramp Y2 C.2
% 000
(screen 116)

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EXV PARAMETERS
This part of the programme will only be visible if the electronic expansion valve is configured in Screen 63 of the
configuration parameters Hardware Settings.

I/O

Access to
Configuration Menu
Enter Password:
00000

(screen 160)

* * * * *:

Access to
Configuration Menu
Enter Password:
*****
(screen 160)

Enter the "SERVICE" password ("CONFIGURATION PASSWORD") to be found in the envelope supplied with this manual.
_Hardware Config.
Delay Settings
Manual Control
EXV Parameters
(screen 180)

x3

Hardware Config.
Delay Settings
Manual Control
_EXV Parameters
(screen 180)

The screens shown here allow the read only data and some operating parameters
of the electronic expansion valve on circuit 1 to be displayed.
The screens are the same for the valve on circuit 2, but it is necessary to enter the
screen dedicated to Circuit 2 Valves.

EXV Work. Param.


_Circuit 1 Values
Circuit 2 Values
Settings
(screen 210)

Capacity req.
% 000
Opening steps
n 0000
Evap. Press. bar 00.0
Evap. Temp.
C 00.0
(screen 211)

/
Suct. Temp.
C 00.0
SuperHeat
C 00.0
SSH Set
C 00.0
FW vers.HW:000 SW:000
(screen 212)

/
PROBES OFFSET ADJ.
C.1 Evap. Pressure
Read Value
bar 00.0
Adjustment
bar 00.0
(screen 213)

/
PROBES OFFSET ADJ.
C.1 Suction Temp.
Read Value
bar 00.0
Adjustment
bar 00.0
(screen 214)

/
C.1 MANUAL CONTROL
Opening steps
0000
Mode
Aut
(screen 215)

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_Hardware Config.
Delay Settings
Manual Control
EXV Parameters
(screen 180)

x3

Hardware Config.
Delay Settings
Manual Control
_EXV Parameters
(screen 180)

EXV Work. Param.


Circuit 1 Values
Circuit 2 Values
_Settings

x2

(screen 210)

Screen 230 allows the type of electronic expansion valve to be set.

/
EXV Driver Set
Valve: SEI50-SEH175
Refriger. Gas: R407C

(screen 230)

Screen 231 allows the subcooling temperature to be set in the various operating
modes.

/
SSH Set
(Auto: 07.0)
Chiller Mode
C 05.0
Heating Mode
C 05.0
Defrost Mode
C 06.0
(screen 231)

Screen 232 allows the Proportional Gain to be set in the various operating modes.

/
Prop. Gain (Auto
Chiller Mode
Heating Mode
Defrost Mode

28.0)
35.0
13.0
19.0

(screen 232)

Screen 233 allows the set point of the Integral Time of the various operating
modes to be set.

/
Integr.
Chiller
Heating
Defrost

Time (A. s 030)


Mode
s 028
Mode
s 028
Mode
s 035

(screen 233)

Screen 234 allows the set point of the Derivative time and the maximum suction
temperature to be set.

/
Derivat. Time s 01.5
(Auto: 01.5)
Max Suct. T. C 30.0
(Auto: 01.5)
(screen 234)

Screen 235 allows the maximum number of opening steps and the set point of the
neutral band of the subcooling.

/
Overclos. Steps

3000

SSH Dead Zone


C
(Auto:

0.0
0.0)

(screen 235)

Screen 236 allows the relationship in % of the power of the electronic expansion
valve and the cooling circuit to be set where it has been inserted in the various
operating modes described.

/
Circ./EXV Ratio
Chiller Mode
080
HP Mode
040
Defrost Mode
000
(screen 236)

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Screen 237-238 allows the limits of low subcooling to be set: integral time and
temperature in the various operating modes.

/
SSH LowL. (Auto: 02.5)
Chiller Mode
C 00.1
Heating Mode
C 00.1
Defrost Mode
C 00.1
(screen 237)

/
SSH Low Limit
Integr. time s 02.0
(Auto: 01.0)

(screen 238)

Screen 239 allows the setpoints of the MOP and LOP to be set in chiller mode.

/
Chiller Mode
MOP Set
C 15.0
LOP Set
C 00.0

(screen 239)

Screen 240 allows the setpoints of the MOP, LOP and kP factor to be set in heat
pump mode.

/
Heating Mode
MOP Set
C 00.0
LOP Set
C 00.0
Dynamic kP factor
NO
(screen 240)

Screen 241 allows the setpoints of the MOP and LOP to be set in defrost mode.

/
Defrost Mode
MOP Set
C 00.0
LOP Set
C 00.0

(screen 241)

Screen 242 allows the start up delay of the MOP and the integral time to be set.

/
MOP Start Up Dly s 030
(Auto: 060)
Integr. Time
s 04.0
(Auto: 02.5)
(screen 242)

Screen 243 allows the integral time of the LOP to be set.

/
LOP PROTECTION
Integr. Time
s 01.5
(Auto: 01.5)

(screen 243)

Screen 244 allows the start and finish of the range of the evaporating pressure
sensor to be set.

/
Evap. Press. Sensor
Range Begin. bar -01.0
Range End
bar
09.0

(screen 244)

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Screen 245 allows the delay time regarding the activation of the following
parameter alarms to be set : Low subcooling, high suction temperature, LOP and
MOP.

/
ALARM DELAY (s)
Low SSH
0120
High Suct. T.
0000
LOP 0000
MOP 0000
(screen 245)

Screen 246 allows the delay time regarding the activation of the Pressure sensor
failure to be set for the compressor start-up and during normal operation.

/
ALARM DELAY (s)
Press. Probe Failure:
At Compr. Start.
000
At Normal Working
00
(screen 246)

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UNITS REMOTE CONTROL


As an alternative, the unit can be started and stopped by means of:
1. a remote contact (or "remote control");
2. a "supervision system" connected to the microprocessor with a serial cable.
The microprocessor nonetheless retains control of the units resources.
ON/OFF VIA REMOTE CONTACT: the closing of a remote contact is responsible for starting the unit. The N.O.
contact is voltage-free and connected to the master card (see wiring diagram). In units with a standard control
programme, digital input 1 is the one specifically used for the on/off contact.
SUPERVISION SYSTEM: a supervision system exchanges data via a serial cable with the units master card,
which is controlled and monitored from a remote location. An optional Serial Card is available for this purpose,
used to enable optoisolated interfacing with an RS-485 network for data transfer (see manuals for Supervision
Systems).

Access to
Settings
Enter Password:
00000
(screen 150)

The Screen 140 you can establish whether the unit is slaved to a remote control.
More specifically, you can set:
the remote on/off command via clean contact (I/O via Contact);
the remote on/off command from a supervision system by means of RS-485
serial line (I/O via Serial). Being mutually exclusive, if the setting is "I/O via
Serial Yes" , the "I/O via Contact" option is automatically disabled.
Moreover, with Screen 140 it is possible to set (only in heat pumps) the
activation of the SUMMER/WINTER changeover remotely by means of a
contact connected to the digital input 12 (see the electrical diagram attached
to the unit).

I/O via Contact


I/O via Serial
S/W via Contact

SETTING TRANSMISSION PARAMETERS FOR SUPERVISION


Screen 141 allows the basic parameters to be set (first three lines) for switching
via supervision, i.e.
1. serial address of the unit connected to the serial supervision network
(must match serial address set in supervision programme);
2. data transfer rate (Ser. speed): 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600 and 19200 for
RS-485.
3. protocol type (standard or Modbus).

Serial Addr.
: 001
Serial Speed:
1200
Protocol :
Standard
LAN :Unit Number
01

In addition, the fourth line (should the unit be ready for connection in a Local
Area Network) is for setting the number of units connected in the LAN.
Remember that to prepare the unit for connection in a LAN, it must be
assigned a LAN address other than 0 as indicated in the relevant LAN guide.

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N
N
Y

(screen 140)

(screen 141)

Regulation Programme for B.R.E. Units

UNIT IN LOCAL AREA NETWORK (LAN)


Screen 142 concerns parameters for automatic rotation between running units
and standby units. Via said form, you can determine:
whether to activate this management feature (Yes/No). When automatic rotation
ON

key on the unit with the lowest address in


is enabled, you have to press the
the network.
automatic cycle time between one inversion and the next (CYCLE TIME) - if it
has the value zero (" 0 "), the controller runs a test, rotating units at two-minute
intervals.
the number of units on standby (Num. UNIT STAND-BY).

OFF

Automatic rotation can be executed:


on a time basis (based on the above-mentioned cycle-time);
subsequent to a level-2 alarm, i.e. subsequent to an alarm for which AR or BR
has been set in the alarm addressing forms (see relevant section herein).
Screen 143 allows the unit operating in rotation to be switched-off, only when the
reserve unit has activated its own water circulation pump.

Autom. Switch-over on
Std-by Unit
N
Cycle Time
h 168
N. Stand-by units N 1
(screen 142)

/
Run. Unit in Rotat.
Switching OFF After
Switch. ON Stand-by
Enabled:
N
(screen 143)

Screen 144, which is only seen if the local network is configured, allows the
temperature regulation to be set in three different ways:
- Independently: the unit independently controls the water temperature
regulation;
- Connected: the unit control carries out the water temperature control by
calculating the average temperature of the units which are operating.
- Cascading: the control carries out an off-set on the regulation set point
according to the units connected in the network therefore allowing the units to
be switched on in succession. Each unit maintains its own regulation timings.
Screen 145, which is only displayed if the local area network is configured, allows
the unit operation to be managed with the mean temperature value measured in
the room or with the "local" value measured just by the sensor inside the unit:
- Mode: Local
Unit control is based on temperature and humidity values
detected by sensors on the actual air-conditioner.
- Mode: Media
Unit control is based on mean temperature and humidity
values detected by sensors on active units connected in the local area
network.
If the difference between the mean value and its own sensor reading exceeds
the "MEDIA/LOC.DIFF." value (default setting 2C), the controller
automatically switches from "MEAN" mode to "LOCAL" mode.

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Reg.Step Calling
Mode:
Standalone
(screen 144)

/
Usage of. Tamp. values
Model: local-mean
Aut.Changeover
Mean/Loc.diff. C 2.0
(screen 145)

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WORKING PARAMETERS
All variables are factory set to enable the controller to work correctly.
key (no parameter editing permitted
Setpoints and other setting parameters can be consulted by pressing the
in this access mode).
To edit values, you will need to enter programming mode and enter the "SETTINGS" password (Screen 150).

Access to
Settings
Enter Password:
00000
(screen 150)

COOLING SETPOINT (SCREEN 120)


No settings can be made to Screen 120. It gives the delivery water temperature
setpoint to which the unit is referring for control purposes.
The third and fourth line feature a message, where applicable, indicating the origin
of the setpoint value when it deviates from the standard setting:
- Compens. T.ext.: indicates that the setpoint given on the second line is
calculated based on external temperature (based on parameters set in the
forms described further on);
- SetPoint OpT.: indicates that the second setpoint is active by virtue of the
contact at digital input 10 switching;
- Setback Mode SetP.: indicates that the setback mode setpoint is active;
- Active SetP.: indicates that the setpoint is calculated based on the offset read
by analogue input 4.
COOLING SETPOINT (SCREEN 121)
Screen 121 allows the main cooling setpoint to be set and, where applicable, the
second setpoint is activated when a contact connected to digital input 10
switches.

Water OUT Regul.


Active SetP.
C 07.0
Mode:
Ext.Temp.Compens.
(screen 120)

/
Wat.Out Summer Reg.
Std.SetP.
C 00.0
OptSetP.
C 00.0
Max.Isteresi
C 00.0
(screen 121)

HEAT PUMP SETPOINT (SCREEN 122)


Screen 122 only allows the water temperature setpoint in winter mode to be set,
i.e. when the unit is working as a heat pump (hence this form only appears if the
unit is a heat pump).

/
Wat.Out Winter Reg.
Set. Point
C 00.0
Max. Hysteresi C 00.0
(screen 122)

SUMMER COMPENSATION (SCREEN 123)


Screen 123 allows summer compensation to be set for the cooling setpoint
depending on external temperature based on a ramp whose coordinates (of the
two angular points P1 and P2) must be entered here.
Summer setpoint
P2

/
Set Point Compens.: NO
Summ.SetP.
Ext.T
P1 00.0 C to 00.0 C
P2 00.0 C to 00.0 C
(screen 123)

P1

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WINTER COMPENSATION (SCREEN 124)


Screen 124 allows the winter compensation parameters to be set, i.e. heat pump
setpoint compensation depending on external temperature.

P1
P2

ALARM THRESHOLDS (SCREEN 125 and 126)


Screen 125 allows the inlet water temperature alarm thresholds to be set. If the
unit is in its heat pump version, the second line reads Water Inlet Summer
Temperature to distinguish summer mode thresholds from winter mode ones,
which can be set on the Screen 126.

Winter Compens.
Win.SetP.
Ext.T.
00.0 C to 00.0 C
00.0 C to 00.0 C
(screen 124)

/
Alarm Thresholds
Water INLET Temp
Min. Temp.
C 00.0
Max. Temp.
C 00.0
(screen 125)

/
Alarm Thresholds
Winter INLET Temp
Min. Temp.
C 00.0
Max. Temp.
C 00.0
(screen 126)

SETBACK MODE
Setback mode, which can be activated or deactivated via the keypad, consists in starting the unit automatically
when it is idle - but powered - based on the setpoint settable for this operating mode.
Basically, setback mode is activated to ensure that environmental conditions are regulated - though in a wider
range - even when the system is off. Hence its activation does not depend on signals coming from remote control
systems, which it takes priority over.
Unit start as a result of setback mode is not considered an alarm condition.
BASIC PARAMETERS (SCREEN 127-127a)
Screen 127 (127a if unit is in its heat pump version) allows the setback mode to
be enabled/disabled as well as the setpoint for operation whilst said mode is
enabled.

Setback Mode :
Y
SetPoint
C 00.0

(screen 127)

Setback Mode :
Y
Summer SetP.
C 00.0
Winter SetP.
C 00.0

CYCLIC PUMP START (SCREEN 128)


Screen 128 determines operation of the fan water circulation pump whilst setback
mode is enabled for a period of 120 seconds. If set to "Yes", the pump is switched
on cyclically based on the set time interval.

(screen 127a)

/
Setback Mode
Cyclical Start
Of Pump (s120)
Yes
Interval min.
min 00
(screen 128)

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LOW POWER
LOW POWER (SCREEN 129)
Screen 129 allows the low absorption function of the compressors power supply
to be set so reducing the cooling capacity.
It is possible to commute between four different options:
1. OFF = always disabled
2. ON = always enabled
3. ON from Digital Contact = enabled from digital contact ID11 (see electrical
screen)
4. ON from Supervision = enabled by means of BMS (see variables list)

/
LowPower Function.
OFF
Max Current:
A 000
(screen 129)

Max absorption: determines the maximum threshold current not to be exceeded


when the Low Power function is active.

SUMMER / WINTER SWITCH OVER


In the heat pump units it is possible to set the operating season Summer/Winter alternatively by means of three
possibilities:
1. from the user terminal keyboard;
2. from the digital input ID12 (see electrical diagram attached to the unit);
3. from the supervision system;
FROM THE USER TERMINAL KEYBOARD (SCREEN 18)
Screen 18 (if the unit is in heat pump mode) allows the Summer/Winter switching
to be set. In this case, it is necessary to turn the unit off using the ON/OFF key
and wait for the unit to stop. From the main Screen press the Up or Down key until
Screen 18 is reached.
To change the mode press the ENTER key, change the value by using the UP or
DOWN key and press ENTER to confirm.
Start up the unit again and the winter setpoint will automatically be used.

12:00
MO
01/01/07
Water OUT T.
C 10.0
To Start Unit
Press On Key
(screen 3)

/
_Mode:
SUMMER
To Change Press
Enter Key
(screen 18)

Mode:
SUMMER
To Change Press
Enter Key
(screen 18)

/
Mode:
WINTER
To Change Press
Enter Key
(screen 18)

_Mode:
WINTER
To Change Press
Enter Key
(screen 18)

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FROM DIGITAL INPUT 12 (SCREEN 140)


Screen 140 (if the unit is in heat pump mode) allows the Summer/Winter switching
to be set. (N.O. Summer; N.C. Winter)
Screen 18 will display the operating mode from the remote control.

I/O DA CONTATTO
I/O VIA SERIALE
E/I DA CONTATTO

NO
NO
SI

(screen 140)

/
Mode:
SUMMER
(remote control)
(screen 18)

FROM THE SUPERVISION SYSTEM


Consulting the supervision manual is advised, along with the list of variables.

/
Mode:
SUMMER
(remote control)
(screen 18)

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CLOCK-CALENDAR - TIME BANDS


If the microprocessor features the optional clock card, the STATUS Screen displays the date, current time and day
of the week. The following actions can also be associated with a particular time:
unit starting and stopping based on a timer programme;
logging of alarm events.
Current time and date are set, and time bands programmed, by means of the following forms:

Clock/Calendar
Hours/Minutes
12:24
DD/MM/YY
14/02/01
Weekday
WE

(screen 150)

Access to
Settings
Enter Password:
00000

(screen 250)

CLOCK-CALENDAR SETUP
By means of the Screen 250, you can set:
time of day (hours, minutes);
date (day, month, year);
classification of the day of the week.
SETTING TIME BANDS (SCREEN 252-255)
Using this device, you can set times (time bands) for automatic unit starting and
stopping, achieving:
up to 3 on-off cycles a day, each with a start and stop time;
a weekly cycle with different daily cycles split into weekdays N (default setting
from Monday to Friday), Saturdays P (default setting for Saturday, though it can
be used for half-days etc.), and Sundays and holidays F (default setting for
Sunday).

/
Unit On-Off Cycle
(Max 3 On-Off Daily
Cycles)
Enable
Y
(screen 252)

Entering Yes on Screen 252 activates the time band device. Field D on the
STATUS form will read HOUR.
By using Screens 253, 254 and 255 you can programme time cycles - featuring a
start time (ON) and a stop time (OFF) - for normal days (N), Saturdays and preholidays (P), and Sundays and holidays (H).
With the unit idle, the display reads UNIT SWITCHED OFF RESTART AT with
the time and day of the week programmed for the next start.
If you enter 00:00 in both the ON and OFF fields, the cycle is disregarded.
CLASSIFICATION OF DAYS OF THE WEEK (SCREEN 251)
This is automatic, though it can be edited starting from Screen 251; the Screen is
called up when the time band device is activated (Screen 252 - "ENABLE:" YES.)
The current day is identified - for the purpose of time band programming - as:
- N: normal or week day;
- P: Saturday or half-day;
- F: Sunday or holiday;
If you need to change this classification, press the
251a, or press the

key to call up the Screen

key.

ON
ON
ON

Regular Day
08:15
OFF 12:30
13:15
OFF 18:20
20:00
OFF 22:30
(screen 253)

/
Saturday/Pre-Holiday
ON 08:30
OFF 14:00
ON 00:00
OFF 00:00
ON 00:00
OFF 00:00
(screen 254)

/
Sunday and
ON 00:00
ON 00:00
ON 00:00

Holiday
OFF 00:00
OFF 00:00
OFF 00:00

(screen 255)
Programmed Cycle: N
(Normal Day)
To Change Press
Key ENTER
(screen 251)

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WEEKDAY PROGRAMME OVERRIDE (SCREEN 251a)


Unless otherwise programmed, days are classified in the microprocessors
memory as follows:
weekdays (N) all days during the week from Monday to Friday;
Saturdays or pre-holidays (P);
Sundays and holidays (H) for Sunday
) allows the
Screen 251a (called up from the Screen 251 by pressing the
classification of the coming seven days, which will appear on the first line, today
included to be changed.
The stored classification (N or P or H) appears under each day and can be edited
by pressing key

or

until you reach the desired classification. Pressing

Programmed Cycle: N
(Normal Day)
To Change Press
Key ENTER
(screen 251)

PROGRAM. MO 13/10/97
MO TU WE TH FR SA SU
N N >H N >P >H H
N=NORM P=PREH. H=HOLY.
(screen 251a)

key then confirms the classification entered and you are moved on to the
the
next day. If classification differs from the standard setting (override), the > symbol
automatically appears in front of it.
Time bands adopted when overriding will be the same as the ones for days with
that classification.
The override condition is cancelled automatically once the day for which it was activated is over.
To exit forms regarding the clock-calendar and time bands, press the

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ALARM ADDRESSING
The following section ("CONSULTING ALARMS")
describes possible alarm events that may be
detected by the controller, specifying the action
taken by the controller for each.
Via the forms in this section, you can assign a
type to each of the alarms listed, i.e.:
type A: alarm is featured on the relay of
digital output 8;
type AR: alarm is featured on the relay of
digital output 8 and causes the standby unit
to take over;
type B: alarm is featured on the relay of
digital output 13;
type BR: alarm is featured on the relay of
digital output 13 and causes the standby unit
to take over.

+
/

Access to
Settings
Enter Password:
00000

Water IN Sensor
Water OUT Sensor
Ext. Air Sensor

(screen 150)

(screen 35)

/
Alarm Selection:
A = relay 8
AR = relay 8 + rotat.
B/BR = relay 13

Water Tank Sensor


Cond.Press.Sensor.
Evap.Press.Sensor.
EEPROM

(screen 30)

Water Flow
Pump Overload
FC Pump Overload
Isol.Valve Fail.

AR
B
B
B

Heat Recovery:
- Not Possible
- Locked

(screen 31)

B
B

(screen 37)

High Pressure
Compress. Overload
Low Pressure
Low Press.Serious

AR
AR
B
AR

Pumps Run Hours


Compr. Run Hours
Wrong Password
Phases Sequence

(screen 32)

---A

(screen 38)

/
Oil
Oil
Err
EXV

B
A
B
B

(screen 36)

Pressure
Press.Serious
min ON Compr
Valve Failure

B
B
B
AR

/
High Water Temp.
Low Water Temp.
Antifreeze-Preal.
Antifreeze-Lock
(screen 34)

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Compr.Hi.Current

(screen 39)

(screen 33)

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AR
B

B
B
B
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Regulation Programme for B.R.E. Units

READING OF ALARMS
ACTIVE ALARMS
Pressing the

key silences the alarm buzzer and the description of the alarm is shown on the display.

If the cause of the alarm has been eliminated, the last alarm message can be reset by holding down the
key
for a few seconds. If the cause of the alarm has not been eliminated, the audible buzzer warning is switched on
again.
ALARM LOG SEQUENCE
To be able to reconstruct the sequence in which alarms occurred, the microprocessor keeps the last 100 events in
its memory. All logged alarms can be consulted in series by pressing the
Screen.

key while you are on the STATUS

12:30
31/05/00 AL01
Loss of Water Flow
Check Hydraulic
Circuit

Events where the hour-meter threshold is exceeded ("SERV.") are not logged and hence not displayed.
In the sequence, the first event displayed is actually the last alarm encountered.
In control circuits featuring a clock card (optional extra), the data and time the alarm occurred are associated with
each alarm event logged.
DESCRIPTION OF ALARM EVENTS
All possible alarm messages that can be displayed on the user terminal are given below.
General information on solving the problem is given on the last two lines of the display for alarms that are still
active only (i.e. not for alarms that have been logged).
MAINS PHASE SEQUENCE ERROR OR LIMITS EXCEEDED ALARMS
The compressor must rotate the planned way or efficiency will be lost.
The mains phase sequence may call for a direction of rotation other than the
envisaged one in units with a three-phase power supply only. In this case, as soon
as the unit is powered, the microprocessor immediately goes into an alarm state,
impeding any other manoeuvre.
In this case, disconnect the units power supply and swap two of the supply phases
over.
Alarm
Loss of Water Flow
Check Hydraulic
Circuit

Alarm
Flowswitch Failure
Check Functionality/
Elctr.Connections

PreAlarm
Circ.1 Antifreeze
Check Evap.Cleaning
/Refrigerant Charge

Alarm
Mains Phase Error/
Volt.Out of Limit
(Aut. Reset)

Alarm reporting no water flow from flow-switch

Alarm activated before starting up the pump. The control carried out a check of
the state of the flow switch contact before the pumps start; if the contact remains
closed, the control interprets it as an anomaly.
Circuit 1 Antifreeze pre-alert. Reporting the same for Circuit 2.

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Alarm
Circ.1 Antifreeze
Check Evap.Cleaning
/Refrigerant Charge

Prealarm
Circ. 1 Low Pressure
Check Fridge Circuit
Refrigerant Charge

Alarm
Circ. 1 Low Pressure
Check Fridge Circuit
Refrigerant Charge

Prealarm
Circ. 1 High Press.
Check Fridge Circuit
And/Or Condenser

Alarm
Circ. 1 High Press.
Check Fridge Circuit
And/Or Condenser

Alarm
Loss Of water Flow
Check Pump/Hydraulic
Circuit

Alarm
Pump 1 Not Running
Check Safemotor/
Contactor

Alarm
Pump FC Not Running
Check Safemotor/
Contactor

Alarm
Water in Temperature
Above Max. Limit

Alarm
Water in Temperature
Below Min. Limit

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Circuit 1 Antifreeze alarm. Reporting the same for Circuit 2.

Circuit 1 low-pressure pre-alert. This re-sets automatically after 60 seconds. If it is


activated for 4 times in a row within the period of one hour, the alarm is activated
(it is necessary to reset it from the keyboard). Reporting the same for Circuit 2.

Circuit 1 low-pressure alarm. Reporting the same for Circuit 2.

Circuit 1 High-pressure pre-alert. This re-sets automatically after 60 seconds. If it


is activated for 4 times in a row within the period of one hour, the alarm is
activated (it is necessary to reset it from the keyboard). Reporting the same for
Circuit 2.
High pressure alarm for circuit 1 for the intervention of the high pressure switch
with manual re-set. Reporting the same for Circuit 2.

Alarm reporting no water flow from pump flow-switch.

Pump 1 thermal cut-out (or contactor fault) alarm. Reporting the same for Circuit
2.

Free-Cooling Pump thermal cut-out (or contactor fault) alarm.

Inlet water high temperature alarm.

Inlet water low temperature alarm.

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Alarm
Compress.1 Overload
Check Amperage

Compressor 1 thermal load alarm. Activated by opening of the thermo-magnetic


contact switch IM (see attached electrical diagram).
Reporting the same for the other compressors.

Alarm
Comp.1 Integr.Prot.
Check Amperage/
Oil Temp.

Compressor 1 integrated alarm protection. Activated by opening of the internal


protection contact of the compressor. Checking of the electrical absorption or oil
temperature.
Reporting the same for the other compressors.

Alarm
Heat Recovery
not Possible
(Out of Limits)

Heat recovery not possible alarm. The alarm indicates if the recovery request has
caused the compressor operation to be outside the operating limits permitted of if
the high pressure threshold has been exceeded 4 times in a row within the period
of one hour.

Alarm
Attempt to Access
With Wrong Password
(Min. 3 Occurences)

Incorrect password entered alarm. Refers to an attempt to access the setting


screen or configuration with the wrong password three times in a row.
To reset the alarm proceed as follows:
- Enter into the "Hardware Config." Menu and insert the correct password;
- Use the "AL. PAGE CLEAR-UP" command (screen 94) to cancel the alarms
in the memory;
-

Alarm
Water in Sensor
Failed/Disconnected:
Check Sensor/Connect.

Alarm
Water Out Sensor
Failed/Disconnected:
Check Sensor/Connect.

Alarm
Water Tank Sensor
Failed/Disconnected:
Check Sensor/Connect.

Alarm
Ext. Air temp. sensor
Failed/Disconnected:
Check Sensor/Connect.

Alarm
C.1 Discharge Sensor
Failed/Disconnected:
Check Sensor/Connect.

Exit from the subroutine using the


Keep the

button;

button pressed for 5 seconds until the red light switches off.

Inlet water temperature sensor fault alarm.

Outlet water temperature sensor fault alarm.

Stored water temperature sensor fault alarm.

External air temperature sensor fault alarm.

Compressor 1 discharge sensor temperature sensor fault alarm. Reporting the


same for compressor 2.

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43

Regulation Programme for B.R.E. Units

Alarm
Liquid Refr.1 Sensor
Failed/Disconnected:
Check Sensor/Connect.

Alarm
Circ.1 Evap.P.Sensor
Failed/Disconnected:
Check Sensor/Connect.

Alarm
Circ.1 Cond.P.Sensor
Failed/Disconnected:
Check Sensor/Connect.

Alarm
C.1 Oil Low Press.:
Check Delta Press.
Condens.- Evap.

Service Al.
Pump 1
Exceeded 00000 Run
Hours

Service Al.
FC Pump
Exceeded 00000 Run
Hours

Service Al.
Compressor 1
Exceeded 00000 Run
Hour

Service Al.
EEPROM failure:
Replace
Control Board

Service Al.
Lan Interrupted
Units Not Connected:
1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10

Alarm
LAN: Circ.2 Board
Not Connected

Alarm
Circ.1 EXV Driver:
Not responding
(Tlan failure)

44

Liquid Refrigerant circuit 1 Sensor fault alarm. Reporting the same for circuit 2.

Circuit 1 evaporating pressure sensor fault alarm. Reporting the same for circuit 2.

Circuit 1 condensing pressure sensor fault alarm. Reporting the same for circuit 2.

Circuit 1 oil low pressure sensor fault alarm. Reporting the same for circuit 2.

Message indicating pump 1 has exceeded set hours of operation. Reporting the
same for pump 2.

Message indicating FC pump has exceeded the set hours of operation.

Message indicating compressor 1 has exceeded set hours of operation..


Reporting the same for compressor 2.

EEPROM fault warning

Break in LAN warning.

Warning of Lan interruption between control boards 1 and 2

Alarm activated following an error in the tLAN connection, between the driver
EVD400 and the UpCO control board.
Reporting the same for circuit 2.

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Regulation Programme for B.R.E. Units

Alarm
EXV 1 Evap.T.Sensor
Failed/Disconnected:
Check Sensor/Connect.

Alarm activated following failure of the evaporation temperature sensor.


Reporting the same for circuit 2.

Alarm
EXV 1 Evap.P.Sensor
Failed/Disconnected:
Check Sensor/Connect.

Alarm activated following failure of the evaporation pressure sensor.


Reporting the same for circuit 2.

Alarm
Circ.1 EXV Driver:
MOP Failed

Alarm activated in conditions of excessive evaporation pressure, or rather when


MOP is above the set threshold, for a time period longer than the Alarms Delay
MOP.
Reporting the same for circuit 2.

Alarm
Circ.1 EXV Driver:
LOP Failed

Alarm activated in conditions of low evaporation pressure, or rather when LOP is


lower than the set threshold, for a time period longer than the Alarms Delay LOP.
Reporting the same for circuit 2.

Alarm
Circ.1 EXV Driver:
Low Suct.SuperHeat

Alarm activated in conditions of low superheating, for a time period longer than
the Alarms Delay Low SH.
Reporting the same for circuit 2.

Alarm
Circ.1 EXV Driver:
Valve not closed
By Power Failure

Alarm activated when the driver of the compressor in operation, remains without a
power supply for more than 5 seconds.
Reporting the same for circuit 2.

Alarm
Circ.1 EXV Driver:
High Suction Temp.

Alarm activated following the aspiration temperature measured by the sensor of


the EVD400 exceeding the value of the threshold set in High SH.
Reporting the same for circuit 2.

Alarm
Circ.1 EXV Driver:
EEPROM Error

Alarm activated following an error in the EEPROM memory.


Reporting the same for circuit 2.

Alarm
Isolating Valve Not
(Fully) Opened:Check
Valve/Limit Switch

Alarm activated when, during opening, the isolating valve has not reached the
contact of the limit switch within a set time.

Alarm
Compressor 1
Minimun running time
Not Observe

Alarm activated when the compressor does not respect the minimum ON time
corresponding to 300 seconds.
Reporting the same for the other compressors.

Alarm
Comp.1 Curr.Sensor
Failed/Disconnected:
Check Sensor/Connect.

Alarm activated following failure of the current sensor on compressor 1.


Reporting the same for the other compressors.

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45

Regulation Programme for B.R.E. Units

Alarm
pCOe:
Expansion board
Not Connected

Alarm
High Current
Compressor 1

Alarm activated when compressor 1 exceeds the maximum set current threshold.
Reporting the same for the other compressors.

Alarm
Pls.Check Circuit 1
Refrigerant Charge

Alarm activated when the discharge temperature exceeds the condensation


temperature by 40C and at the same time the subcooling is lower than 3C (5C
also taking into account the DP of the BTR).
Reporting the same for the other compressors.

Alarm
Fans Thermal Circ.1
Check Electrical
Input

46

Alarm activated when there is an interruption via tLAN between the UpCO board
and the UpCOe board.

Alarm activated on opening of the thermal protection contact of the fans of circuit
1.
Reporting the same for circuit 2.

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Regulation Programme for B.R.E. Units

UPDATING THE PROGRAM


The following systems can be used to update and acquire the firmware and the logs on the UpCO controllers:
1.Winload;
2.SmartKey programming key.
Winload
On all UpCO sistema controllers the resident software can be updated using a PC. For this purpose, UNIFLAIR
S.p.A. provides the WinLoad32.exe program and a serial converter with USB-RS485 output to connect to the
UpCO via the telephone connector. The special driver must be installed on the PC, this too supplied by UNIFLAIR
S.p.A. The WinLoad32.exe program is installed together with the UpCO Manager program. The installation
includes, as well as WinLoad32.exe, the user manual and the driver for the USB-RS485 converter.
SmartKey
The new SMARTKEY programming key is used to emulate the operation of the parallel programming key on UpCO
models where this is not available (UpCOXS, UpCO3), with the sole exception of the BOOT, which is not loaded by
the SMARTKEY. Specifically, the key can clone the contents of a UpCO and then copy these to another UpCO that
is identical to the first, via the telephone connector on the terminals (the pLAN must be disconnected). As well as
this, the key can also copy the data logged by a series of UpCO devices to a PC. On the PC, using the
SMARTKEY PROGRAMMER, the key can be configured to run certain operations: acquire logs, program
applications, program the Bios, etc.
Below are some pictures showing examples of downloading the program to the UpCO control board.

Inside the kit is a CD and a manual with step-by-step explanations of how to best use these accessories.
The program files, on the other hand, will be sent by e-mail or CD, indicating the name of the application when
ordering.

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47

Regulation Programme for B.R.E. Units

DEFAULT VALUES
CONFIGURATION
Screen

PARAMETERS

NUMERICAL PARAMETERS
DEFAULT

Modes
Pump-down enabling
NO
Low Noise enabling
NO
FC stand-by enabling
NO
Antifrezze pump FC enabling
NO
Isolating valve enabling
NO
Setpoint remote enabling
NO
SetP. Opz. by Lan enabling
NO
Emergency Recovery enabling
NO
Compensation enabling
NO
Set Back mode enabling
NO
Cyclical Start of pump enabling
NO
Low Power enabling
NO
Time bands enabling
NO
Automatic standby rotation
NO
Alarm addressing
31 Water flow
AR
31 Pump thermal cutout
B
31 Pump Fc thermal cutout
B
31 Isolating valve failure
-32 High Pressure
AR
32 Compress.Overload
AR
32 Low Pressure
B
32 Low Pressure serious
AR
33 Oil Pressure
B
33 Oil Pressure serious
AR
33 Err min ON Compr
B
33 EXV Valve Failure
AR
34 High Water Temp.
B
34 Low Water Temp.
B
34 Antifreeze - Preal.
B
34 Antifreeze - Lock
AR
35 Water IN Sensor
B
35 Water OUT Sensor
AR
35 Ext. Air Sensor
B
36 Water Tank Sensor
B
36 Cond.Press.Sensor
A
36 Evap.Press.Sensor
B
36 EEPROM
B
37 Heat Recovery not possible
B
37 Heat Recovery locked
B
38 Pumps Run Hours
-38 Compr. Run Hours
-38 Wrong Password
-38 Phases Sequence
A
39 Compr.Hi.Current
-Remote control, supervision and Lan management
140 I/O command via contact
NO
140 I/O command via serial
NO
140 S/W command via contact
NO
141 Serial adress
01
141 Protocol
Standard
141 Serial speed (120019600)
1200
65
68
74
75
76
88
90
91
123
127
128
129
252
142

48

Screen

SETTINGS PARAMETERS

Set-points
Standard summer setpoint
Optional summer setpoint
Max.Hysteresi
Summer setpoint minimum value
Summer setpoint maximum value
Winter setpoint
Max.Hysteresi
Compensation Parameters
123 P1 summer: setpoint
123 P1 summer: external temp.
123 P2 summer: setpoint
123 P2 summer: external temp.
124 P1 winter: setpoint
124 P1 winter: external temp.
124 P2 winter: setpoint
124 P2 winter: external temp.
Alarm thresholds
125 Min. summer water inlet temp.
125 Max. summer water inlet temp.
126 Min. winter water inlet temp.
126 Max. winter water inlet temp.
Set back mode parameters
127 Summer Setpoint
127a Winter Setpoint
Fan control parameters
66 Mains Frequency
67 Set T.external fan On direct
68 Minimum fan speed
68 Maximum fan speed
68 Low Noise Minimum fan speed
68 Low Noise Maximum fan speed
69 Condensing fan ON Temperature
69 Condensing fan OFF Temperature
69 Condensing Ramp start Temperature
69 Condensing Ramp end Temperature
70 Low Noise 2 ramp start Temperature
70 Low Noise 2 ramp end Temperature
71 Evaporation fan ON Temperature
71 Evaporation fan OFF Temperature
71 Evaporation Ramp start Temperature
71 Evaporation Ramp end Temperature
Free-Cooling parameters
72 Maximum fan speed of total FC
73 DT Water IN-Ambient SetPoint
Delay times and time settings
100 Power On Delay
100 LP pressure-switch tripping delay
100 Control start delay
100 Temp. alarms delay
101 Anti-hunting time constant
102 Flow-switch: signal acquisition
102 Flow-switch: alarm warning
102 Pump Changeover
104 FC pump start delay
65 Maximum interval for pump-down
128 Setback mode ciclical start of pump
128 Pump interval off cycle min.
142 Cycle Time rotation stand-by
121
121
121
64
64
122
122

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PRE-SET
C
C
C
C
C
C
C

7
10
1.6
6
13
45
1.6

C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C

7
18
7
32
45
-5
45
10

C
C
C
C

5
18
20
58

C
C

12
40

Hz
C
%
%
%
%
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C

50
20.0
12
100
12
66
33
28
36
48
52
58
17
18
15
12

%
C

100
05

sec
sec
sec
min
sec
sec
sec
h
sec
sec
sec
min
h

00
90
20
15
30
10
3
12
150
20
120
30
168

Regulation Programme for B.R.E. Units


CONFIGURATION
Screen

PARAMETERS

NUMERICAL PARAMETERS
DEFAULT

Screen

SETTINGS PARAMETERS

Range sensor
Range begin current compress. value
Range end current compress. value
Max current Abs.
Range begin high pressure
Range end high pressure
Range begin low pressure
Range end low pressure
Offset Adj. sensor
Remote setpoint
88 Zero Adj.
88 0-10V Signal
Heat Recovery
89 Condensation pressure limit
Emergency Recovery
91 Enabled Setpoint
Buzzer
92 Active time On
Password
93 Password Settings
93 Password Service
Timer threshold
20a/24 Timer threshold
Compressor time settings
93 Minimum interval between two starts
93 Minimum on interval
93 Minimum off interval
93 Interval between two steps
77
77
78
79
79
80
80
81-86

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PRE-SET
A
A
A
kPa
kPa
kPa
kPa
C

0
100
137
0
5000
0
3447
0.0

mV
C

0.0
5.0

00

8.0

min

N
N

00000
*****

00000

sec
sec
sec
sec

360
60
30
75

49

Regulation Programme for B.R.E. Units

CONFIGURATION
Screen

PARAMETERS

Expansion valve
63/230 Valve type
63/230 Refrigerant type
215/220 Manual open Step
240 Dynamic kP Factor

50

NUMERICAL PARAMETERS
DEFAULT

SEI30
R134a
NO
SI

Screen

231
231
231
231
232
232
232
232
233
233
233
233
234
234
234
234
235
235
235
236
236
236
237
237
237
237
238
238
239
239
240
240
241
241
242
242
242
242
243
243
244
244
245
245
245
245
246

SETTINGS PARAMETERS
Expansion valve
SSH set (Auto)
SSH set (Chiller Mode)
SSH set (Heating Mode)
SSH set (Defrost Mode)
Prop.Gain (Auto)
Prop.Gain (Chiller Mode)
Prop.Gain (Heating Mode)
Prop.Gain (Defrost Mode)
Integr. Time (Auto)
Integr. Time (Chiller Mode)
Integr. Time (Heating Mode)
Integr. Time (Defrost Mode)
Derivat. Time
Derivat. Time (Auto)
Max Suct.T.
Max Suct.T. (Auto)
Overclosed Steps
SSH Dead Zone
SSH Dead Zone (Auto)
Circ./EXV Ratio (Chiller Mode)
Circ./EXV Ratio (Heating Mode)
Circ./EXV Ratio (Defrost Mode)
SSH Low Limit (Auto)
SSH Low Limit (Chiller Mode)
SSH Low Limit (Heating Mode)
SSH Low Limit (Defrost Mode)
SSH Low Limit Integral Time
SSH Low Limit Integral Time
Mop Set Chiller Mode
Lop Set Chiller Mode
Mop Set Heating Mode
Lop Set Heating Mode
Mop Set Defrost Mode
Lop Set Defrost Mode
MOP Startup delay
MOP Startup delay (Auto)
Integral Time
Integral Time (Auto)
LOP protection Integral time
LOP protection Integral time (Auto)
Evap. press. Sensor Range Begin
Evap. press. Sensor Range End
Alarm Delay Low SSH
Alarm Delay High Suct.Temp.
Alarm Delay LOP
Alarm Delay MOP
Alarm Delay Press.Probe Failure
At Comp. Start
At Normal Working

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PRE-SET

C
C
C
C
n
n
n
n
sec
sec
sec
sec
sec
sec
C
C
n
C
C
%
%
%
C
C
C
C
sec
sec
C
C
C
C
C
C
sec
sec
sec
sec
sec
sec
bar
bar
sec
sec
sec
sec

7.0
5.0
5.0
6.0
9.8
19.0
13.0
19.0
30
28
28
35
1.5
1.5
30.0
20.0
800
0.7
0.0
80
40
100
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
20.0
0.0
15.0
-10.0
15.0
-23.0
15.0
-10.0
30
60
4.0
2.5
20.0
1.5
-1.0
9.1
120
000
000
000

sec
sec

000
00

APPENDIX Screens Flow Charts

P
Circul.Pump 1
Circul.Pump 2

Initiating ...
Please Wait.
01

OFF
OFF

02

External Air
C.1 Direct Fans
C.2 Direct Fans
Regulated Fan

C 00
--% 000

12

12:00

MO 01/01/08
Unit On by
Std-by Freecooling

12:00
MO 01/01/08
Water OUT T.
C10.0
To Start Unit
Press On Key
04
12:00

MAN

External Air
Fan
C1
R1 Regul % 000
Row 2
--

C 00
C2
000
--

13

03

C.1
bar
Conden.
00.0
Evapor.
00.0
Discharge T.

C
00.0
00.0
C 000.0

14
MO 01/01/08
Cooling
REMOTO LAN01

12:00
MO
Water IN T.
Water OUT T.
Water Tank T.

01/01/08
C 12.0
C 07.0
C 07.0

Off
% 000
Off
% 000

--000A

09

12:30 28/01/02 AL01


No Alarm Recorded

10:15 18/01/02
Power Back
After Failure

Pump 1
Tot.Run Hours
Alarm Limit H
Reset

00000
00000
--

ID1 On-OFF Remoto


ID2 BP1
ID3 AP1
ID4 TH1-2 (N.O.)

Water Flow
Pump Therm.Switch
FC Pump Th-Switch
Isol.Valve Fail.

10

Off

ID1 Non utilizz.


ID2 BP2
ID3 AP2
ID4 (TP1-DGT1)CC1

C
C
C
C

C
C
C

40b

51

AR
B
B
--

(SEQUENCE READING OF
THE BOARDS DIGITAL
INPUT)

(SEQUENCE READING OF
THE BOARDS DIGITAL
INPUT)

AR
AR
B
AR

B1 Cond. Press. 1
B2 Evap. Press.1
B3 C.1 Disch.T.
B4 Rem.Offset

B1 Cond. Press. 2
B2 Evap. Press.2
B3 C.2 Disch.T.
B4 Abs.Curr A

30

High Pressure
Compress.Overload
Low Pressure
Low Press.Serious
32

14.0
05.0
000.0
0000

14.0
05.0
000.0
000

44

54

(SEQUENCE READING OF
THE BOARDS ANALOG
INPUT)

(SEQUENCE READING OF
THE BOARDS ANALOG
INPUT)

C1
C2
C3
C4

C1
C2
C3
C4

21
Pump 2
Tot.Run Hours
Alarm Limit H
Reset

00000
00000
--

Oil Pressure
Oil Press.Serious
Err Min On Comp
EXV Valve Failure
33

B
AR
B
AR

High Water Temp.


Low Water Temp.
Antifreeze-Preal.
Antifreeze-Lock

B
B
B
AR

22
Pump FC
Tot.Run Hours
00000
Alarm Limit H
00000
Reset
--

34

CC1
CC2
CPE1
E1Y1

OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF

CC3
CC4
CPE2
E2Y2

OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF

46

56

(SEQUENCE READING OF
THE BOARDS DIGITAL
OUTPUT)

(SEQUENCE READING OF
THE BOARDS DIGITAL
OUTPUT)

Y1 Fan 1 Signal
Y2 Anauot2

Y1 Fan 2 Signal

23
Water IN Sensor
Water OUT Sensor
Ext.Air Sensor

B
AR
B

35

24
Water Tank Sensor
Cond.Press.Sensor
Evap.Press.Sensor
EEPROM

B
A
B
B

59a

51

25
Manual Defrost
Circ.1 Defrost
-Circ.2 Defrost
--

000
000

36

No
No

Heat Recovery:
- Not Possible
- Locked

B
B

37

26
Pumps Run Hours
Compr. Run Hours
Wrong Password
Phases Sequence

---A

38
Free-cooling
(Partial)

40a

PASSWORD
"TARATURE"/"SETTINGS"

31
(HISTORICAL SEQUENCE
READING OF THE
MEMORIZED ALARMS)

20b

I/O

Alarms Selection:
A= relay 8
AR=relay 8 + Rotat.
B/BR=relay 13

Compressor 2
Tot.Run Hours
00000
Alarm Limit H
00000
Reset
--

Minimun Run Time Err


Compressor 1
00000
Compressor 2
00000
Mode:
SUMMER
To Change Press
Enter Key

18

20a

Starting Number
C.1
0000000 res. -C.2
0000000 res.

Exv Circuit 2
SuperHeat
C 00.0
Opening steps
n 0000

--000A

08
Compressor 2
Capacity %
Abs. Current.

Exv Circuit 1
SuperHeat
C 00.0
Opening steps
n 0000

17

07
Compressor 1
Capacity %
Abs. Current.

C
00.0
00.0
C 000.0

16

06
Compressor 1
Capacity
Compressor 2
Capacity

C.2
bar
Conden.
00.0
Evapor.
00.0
Discharge T.
15

05

PASSWORD
"TARATURE"/"SETTINGS"
Compressor 1
Tot.Run Hours
00000
Alarm Limit H
00000
Reset
--

11

12:00
MO 01/01/08
Holiday Program
Restart in: 00 Days
(with progr.cycle)

Inlets/Outlets
_ Control Board 1
Control Board 2

Compr.Hi.Current

_ Hardware Config.
Delay Settings
Manual Control
EXV Parameters
180

I/O

000

HARDWARE CONFIGURATIONS
Unit Type:
Std Chiller
Circul. Pumps:
Fan Speed Regul.

none
N

87

71

Unit Size: 1602


Compressor Type:
Bitzer
Fans Type: STD

FC Parameters
Max Speed Setting
Total FC Mode
% 000

61

72

Refrig.Circ.Option
Gas Type: R407C HT: No
EXV valves:
No
Not Used

Power On Delay s
LP-Stat Delay s
Start Trans. s
Temp.Al.Delay min

Manual Override
Unit Start-Up
No
Compressor 1
No
Time to Restart
25000

Set Point Remote


Offset (positive)
No
Zero Adj.
mV 000
10V Signal =
C 05.0

Anti-Hunting Time
Constant of Water
Temp.Control s 000

89

102

Wat.OUT Summer Reg.


Opt SetP. By LAN:
No

Cool.SetPoint Limits
Min Value
C 06.0
Max Value
C 13.0

Antifreeze Function
FC Pump Activation
On Stand-by
No

Emergency Recovery
Enable:
N
Activ.At Power ON If
Twout>SetP+C
05.0

64

75

91

Fan Speed Setting


Mains Frequency Hz 50

Comp. Curr. Sensor:


Max. Current Abs.
000A

Fan Direct Set (S)


On at T.ext. > C 00.0

Fan Speed Setting


Low Noise Mode
N
Min.Speed
% 12
Max.Speed
% 100
68
Fan Speed Reg. (S)
On: 00C
Off: 00C
Ramp begin.
00 C
Ramp ending
00 C
69
Fan Speed Reg. (S)
LowNoise (High Ramp)
Ramp2 begin.
00 C
Ramp2 ending
00 C
70

Program Set up
Al.Page Clear-up
Hardware Set up

N
N
N

Suct .Temp.
C 00.0
SuperHeat
C 00.0
SSH Set
C 00.0
FW ver.HW: 000 SW: 000

N
N
N

PROBES OFFSET ADJ.


C.1 Evap.Pressure
Read Value
bar 00.0
Adjustement
bar 0.0
213

PROBES OFFSET ADJ.


C.1 Suction Temp.
Read Value
bar 00.0
Adjustement
bar 0.0
214

Manual Override
Fan Speed % 000
Out Ramp % 000
Ramp %: Y1 000 Y2 000

C.1 MANUAL CONTROL


Opening Steps
0000
Mode
AUTO

114

215

Manual Override
Fan Speed C.1 % 000
Out Ramp C.1 % 000
Ramp Y1 C.1 % 000

Capacity req.
Opening Steps
Evap. Press.
Evap. Temp.
216

Manual Override
Fan Speed C.2 % 000
Out Ramp C.2 % 000
Ramp Y2 C.2 % 000

Suct .Temp.
C 00.0
SuperHeat
C 00.0
SSH Set
C 00.0
FW ver.HW: 000 SW: 000
217

% 000
n 0000
bar 00.0
C 00.0

PROBES OFFSET ADJ.


C.2 Evap.Pressure
Read Value
bar 00.0
Adjustement
bar 0.0
218

94

78

67

Set-Up Of Passwords
For Accessing To:
Settings
00000
Service
00000
93

77

66

Free-Cooling Pump
Start Delay: s 000
104

Alarm Buzzer Conf.


Activat.Time min 00
(0=never;99=ever)

Comp.Current.Sensor: N
Range Begin A
000
Range End A
000
Multipl.Fact.
1

211

% 000
n 0000
bar 00.0
C 00.0

113

103

92

76

Manual Override
Free-Cooling Pump

Capacity req.
Opening Steps
Evap. Press.
Evap. Temp.

212

112

Compr.Timing
Cycle min. s
000
Run s 000 Off s 000
Between 2 diff.s
000

EXV Work. Param.


Circuit 1 Values
Circuit 2 Values
Settings

116

90

65

Manual Override
Pump 1
Pump 2
SwitchOver P1-2

CIRCUIT 1/2 VALUES

115

74

Control of Motorised
Isolating Valve:
No
CtrlMode:LimitSwitch

Manual Override
Compressor 2
No
Time to Restart
25000
111

000
000
000

EXV VALVE PARAMETERS

210

110

FS Start Delay s
FS Run Delay s
Pump Changeover h

63

Pump Down Config.


Enable:
Y
Max. Time s
20

000
000
000
000

101
Heat Recovery
Cond. Pressure Limit
00C

FC Parameters
DT Water IN-Abient
SetPoint
C 0.0
FC Mode:
Standard

FC on Stand-by Unit
(Hydr. Connected)
Enabled:
No

MANUAL CONTROL

100

88

73

62

Refr. Charge Monitor


Set SubCool. C 00.0
Circ. 1
Circ. 2
00.0 -00.0 --

Fan Speed Reg. (W)


On: 00C
Off: 00C
Ramp begin.
00 C
Ramp ending
00 C

60

Screw Compressor
Option:
Liquid Injection

DELAY SETTINGS

PROBES OFFSET ADJ.


C.2 Suction Temp.
Read Value
bar 00.0
Adjustement
bar 0.0

High Press.Sensor
Range Begin. kPa 0000
Range End.
kPa 0000

219

79

C.2 MANUAL CONTROL


Opening Steps
0000
Mode
AUTO

Low Press.Sensor
Range Begin. kPa 000
Range End.
kPa 0000

220

80
Offset Adj.
(*)
Read Value C 00.0
Adjustment
C 00.0
81-86

(*)
Water IN Temp.Sensor
Water OUT T. Sensor
Water Tank T. Sensor
Ambient Temp.Sensor
Liquid1 Temp. Sensor

SETTINGS EXV

EXV Driver Set


Valve: ETS25-1/2
Refriger.Gas:
R410a

Chiller Mode
MOP Set
C 00.0
LOP Set
C 00.0

230

239

SSH Set (Auto: 00.0)


Chiller Mode
C 00.0
Heating Mode
C 00.0
Defrost Mode
C 00.0

Heating Mode
MOP Set
C 00.0
LOP Set
C 00.0
Dynamic kP factor
NO

231

240

Prop .Gain
(Auto 00.0)
Chiller Mode:
000
Heating Mode:
000
Defrost Mode:
000

Defrost Mode
MOP Set
C 00.0
LOP Set
C 00.0

232

241

Integr. Time
Chiller Mode
Heating Mode
Defrost Mode

(A.s 000)
s 000
s 000
s 000

Derivat. Time
Max Suct.T.

s 00.0
(Auto: 00.0)
C 00.0
(Auto: 00.0)

Overclos. Steps

0000

SSH Dead Zone


C 0.0
(Auto: 0.0)

Circ./EXV Ratio
Chiller Mode
HP mode
Defrost Mode

000
000
000

Evap. Press. Sensor


Range Begin.
bar 00.0
Range End.
bar 00.0

ALARM DELAY (s)


Low SSH
0000
High Suct. T.
0000
LOP 0000
MOP 0000
245

236

(Aut. 00.0)
C 00.0
C 00.0
C 00.0

237

SSH Low Limit


Integr. time
s 00.0
(Auto: 00.0)

120

Programmemed Cycle::
Normal Day
To Change
Press Key ENTER
251

PROGRAM Mo 00/00/00
MO TU WE TH FR SA SU
N N N N N P F

ALARM DELAY (s)


Press. Probe Failure:
AT Compr. Start.
000
At Normal Working
00
246

Wat.OUT Summer Reg.


Std SetP. C
00.0
Opt SetP. C
00.0
Max.Hysteresi C 00.0
121
Wat.OUT Winter Reg.
Set Point
C 00.0
Max.Hysteresi C 00.0
122
SetPoint Compens.:
Sum.SetP.
Ext.T.
P1 00.0 C a 00.0 C
P2 00.0 C a 00.0 C

251a

LOP PROTECTION
Integr. Time
s 00.0
(Auto: 00.0)

244

235

SSH LowL.
Chiller Mode
HP mode
Defrost Mode

NO
Time band
activation

MOP Startup dly


s 000
(Auto: 00.0)
Integr.Time
s 00.0

243

234

Water OUT Regul.


Active SetP. C 07.0
Mode:
Ext.Temp.Compens.
YES
Time band
activation

250

242

233

PASSWORD
"TARATURE"/"SETTINGS"

PASSWORD
"TARATURE"/"SETTINGS"

Clock Calendar
Hours/Minutes
00:00
DD/MM/YY
00/00/00
Weekday
MO

123

Unit On-Off Cycle


(Max 3 On-Off Daily
Cycles)
Enable:
N
252

Regular Day
ON 00:00
OFF 00:00
ON 00:00
OFF 00:00
ON 00:00
OFF 00:00

Only in
programmeming
mode

Winter Compens.
Win.SetP.
Ext.T.
P1 00.0 C a 00.0 C
P2 00.0 C a 00.0 C
124
Alarm Thresholds
Water INLET Temp.
Min.Temp.
C 00.0
Max.Temp. C 00.0

Alarm Thresholds
Winter Water IN T.
Min.Temp.
C 00.0
Max.Temp. C 00.0
126
Setback Mode:
N
Set Point
C 00.0
Ref.Sensor: Delivery
127
Setback Mode:
N
Summer SetP. C 00.0
Winter SetP.
C 00.0
Ref.Sensor: Delivery
127a
Set back Mode
Cyclical Start
of Pump (s 120)
N
Interval min.
00
128
LowPower Function
OFF
Max Current: A 000
129

PASSWORD
"TARATURE"/"SETTINGS"
I/O via Contact
I/O via Serial
S/W via Contact

N
N
N

140
Serial Addr.: 001
Serial speed: 1200
Protocol: Standard
LAN:Unit number 01
141
Autom. Switch-Over
of Std-by Unit:
N
Cycle Time h 000
N Stand-by units 01
142
Run.Unit in Rotat.
Switching OFF After
Switch.ON Stand-by
Enabled:
No
143
Reg.Step Calling
Mode:
Standalone
144
Usage of Temp.Values
Mode: Local

125
145

253

Saturday/Pre-Holiday
ON 00:00
OFF 00:00
ON 00:00
OFF 00:00
ON 00:00
OFF 00:00
254

Sunday and Holiday


ON 00:00
OFF 00:00
ON 00:00
OFF 00:00
ON 00:00
OFF 00:00
255

Versione Programma
BIGCH 3.8/BRE
26-03-09 Screw 50Hz
LAN: Unita' n.01
135

238

Holiday Programme
Till:
00/00/00
To Change
Press Key ENTER

BIOS:
BOOT:

Ver
00000
00000

Date
00000
00000

256
135a
BRAC 1602 No Pumps
Comp. BITZER
R407C
Mech. Exp. Valve
135b

Regulation Programme for B.R.E. Units

PART II:
LOCAL NETWORK
GENERAL INFORMATION AND DEFINITIONS
1. Several air conditioners installed in the same room or several liquid chillers connected in parallel in the same
system can be managed by connecting them to a local network.
2. The number of connected units depends on the programme managing the network, stored in the Flash Eprom
memory.
3. Units in a network can be connected at a max. 500 metres.
4. All the units connected to the network must have the same programme version on the Flash Memory on the
board.
5. A terminal can be configured as private or shared.
a private terminal shows the status of the single unit connected to it by a telephone cable;
a shared terminal shows the status of all the units connected to the network.
6. Each board can talk to 3 terminals at the most; there are usually no more than two in normal operating
conditions: one fitted in the unit and one possibly in a remote location.

Fig. 1
Alarm signals always have priority over the terminal, even if the parameters of another unit are being viewed when
the alarm is triggered.

Fig. 2
7. To communicate on the local network, the units must be configured so that each of them can convey the
information necessary to operate properly.
To achieve this, the separate units must first be numbered progressively (1,2,3,...10) and then the various
terminals and LAN boards correctly addressed to them. The electrical connections must also be made, step by
step, as described below.

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MOST COMMON pLAN NETWORK CONFIGURATIONS

Up to 10 units connected to the network with a single terminal.

Fig. 3
In this configuration, should power fail in the first unit, the terminal would close down. It would therefore not be
possible to read any information regarding the units in the network. However, the other units in the network would
continue to operate normally.

Up to 10 units each with its own terminal.

Fig. 4

Up to 10 units with a single shared remote terminal.

Fig. 5

pLAN CONNECTION BETWEEN UpCO BOARDS


In figure 6, a simple parallel connection is shown for more than one UpCO boards of the pLAN network, using a
shielded cable with two twisted pairs and an internal screen. The cable is connected to all of the boards through the
J11 terminal respecting the indicated polarity.

Fig. 6

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WARNING: Network polarity must be respected: the RX/TX+ of one board must be connected to the RX/TX+ of
the other boards; the same applies to RX/TX- and the GND.
Board Terminal

Cable Connection

GND

First couple (both wires)

Rx+ / Tx+

Second couple

Rx- / Tx-

Second couple

The screen should be connected to the earth on the first unit at a metal point using a screw and a washer and the
length of the screen should be as short as possible.

Braid

2 Coppia

1 Coppia

Fig. 7

REMOTE TERMINAL CONNECTIONS

IMPORTANT WARNINGS
Electrical connections must be carried out when the unit is switched off and unplugged.
The network can be configured differently depending on the maximum distance of the board and remote terminal
connections; it may be necessary to use a T shunt TCONN6J (as shown in Fig. 8) to connect the remote terminal
to the main board.
TERMINAL

Fig. 8

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Cable AWG24 3x2


Cable operation
Connections
Earth (screen)
shielded
+ VRL ( 30 Vcc)
1 twin A
Gnd
2 twin A
Rx/Tx3 twin A
Rx/Tx+
3 twin B
Gnd
2 twin B
+ VRL ( 30 Vcc)
1 twin B

Terminal
0
1
2
3
4
5
6

If both of the pin-strip jumpers are between 2 and 3, the passage of the current is interrupted between the
connectors which are separated by a dashed line. If power is needed to be supplied to all of the connectors, both of
the jumpers must be between 1 and 2.
The 0 terminal is support terminal which can be used to connect the screen to the earth of the shielded cable; the
T derivative may however be connected to a metallic part of the unit, already connected to the earth.
MAXIMUM DISTANCES BETWEEN THE TERMINAL AND THE BOARD
For local terminals the connection with the base board is already made with a 3 pair cable with a 6 way telephone
connector. The length of this cable should not be longer than 3 metres.
The remote terminals should be connected to the base board with a telephone cable such as that which has been
described in point 1 for a distance of up to 50 metres. For connections of up to 6 metres the cable can be supplied,
on request, by UNIFLAIR SpA.
Cable length
m 1,5
m 3,0
m 6,0

Uniflair code
Meco 110X1A
Meco 130X1A
Meco 140X1A

For longer distances, up to a maximum of 200 metres, a screened cable must be used (a twisted pair cable with a
screen AWG24, resistance < 80ohm/M). The cable can be a three or two twisted pair depending on if it has to
transfer power to the terminals.

CABLE FOR LAN AND SUPERVISION CONNECTION


For connection to both LAN and supervision networks, it is advisable to use a cable which has the following
specifications:
Multi-coupled cables with internal flexible conductors made from tin plated copper (AWG 22/7), insulated with
polypropylene, singularly coupled, screened with aluminium/polyester tape + continuity wire in tin plated copper
(AWG 24/7) connected on a common axis to reduce the diameter and protected by an external sheath in PVC.
Technical features

(mm)

Article

Y08723
2x2xAWG22/7

Conduct.
resist.
max.
(ohm/km)

4,50

54,8

external
om.

Impedence

Capacity
(pF/m)

Operating
voltage

Operating
temp.

(ohm)

C1

C2

(V)

(C)

50

108

198

300

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EXAMPLE OF A CONNECTION TO THE REMOTE TERMINAL


FROM THE BOARD
In this configuration it is necessary to:
1. use the two TCONN6J 'T' joints: one installed on the unit and one near the remote terminal;
2. use a three pair screened cable for two, so that the remote terminal is also supplied by the board of unit 1 to
which it is connected by the TCONN6J;
3. place the ferrite near the terminal in order to reduce the possibility of electromagnetic disturbances.

Fig.9

Fig. 10

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CONFIGURATION OF THE TERMINAL AND THE UpCO


BOARD
Before carrying out the configuration of the addresses, it is advised that the LAN connection between the boards
should be checked as well as the connection with the remote or shared terminal and the electric supply
connections of the unit.
It is possible to configure the address of the terminal only after having connected it to the power supply by using
the RJ11 telephone connector. To enter in configuration mode press the UP, ENTER and DOWN keys at the same
time for at least 5 seconds (these keys are present on all versions); the mask shown in Fig. 11 will be displayed
with a flashing curser in the left hand top corner:
To modify the address of the terminal (display address settings) press the ENTER key once and the curser
will move to the address field (nn).
By using the UP and DOWN keys, select the desired value and press ENTER to confirm. If the selected
value is different from that previously memorized in the mask in fig.12 will appear and the new value will be
memorized in the permanent memory of the display.
If 0 is entered as a value in the nn field, the terminal will communicate with the UpCO board using the point-point
protocol (not pLAN) and the field XX will disappear since it has no meaning.
Display address
settings..: nn

Display address
changed

I/O Board address:xx

Fig. 11

Fig. 12

UpCO: assigning the list of private and shared terminals


If it is necessary at this point to modify the list of terminals associate to each single UpCO board, the following
procedure should be carried out:
enter in the configuration mode using the UP ENTER and DOWN keys as described in the previous
paragraph;
press the ENTER key until the curser is positioned in the XX field (I/O board address) Fig. 11;
Use the UP and DOWN keys to choose the address of the desired UpCO board. The values which can be
selected will be only those of the UpCO boards which are effectively on line. If the pLAN network is not
working correctly, or if there are no UpCO boards connected, it will not be possible to modify the field and
only will be shown;
Pressing the key again will display the sequence of masks as shown in Fig. 13;
The ENTER key moves the cursor from one field to another and the UP and DOWN keys change the value
of the chosen field.
The Pxx field: this shows the address of the selected board; in the example in fig. 13, P01 has been selected. To
exit from the configuration procedure and memorize the data, select the OK ? field and set it to YES and then
press ENTER to confirm.
The fields in the Adr column represent the addresses of the terminals associated with the UpCO board, address
11 for the local terminal and 32 for the shared terminal, while the column Priv/Shared indicates the type of terminal.
Warning: the terminals of the MP20 line cannot be configured as Sp (shared printer) as they do not have a printer
output.
If the terminal remains inactive for more than 30 seconds (no key has been pressed) it exits automatically from the
configuration procedure without memorizing any eventual changes.
Assigning the list of private and shared terminals
pLan 1
Terminal Config
Press ENTER
to continue

P01:
Trm1
Trm2
Trm3

Adr Priv/Shared
11
Ph
32
Sh
None
-- OK?NO

pLan 21
P21:
Trm1
Trm2
Trm3

Adr Priv/Shared
None
-None
-None
-- OK?NO

Fig. 13

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LAN ADDRESS OF THE UpCO BOARD


The address of the board is selected as illustrated below:
1. Disconnect the power supply to the UPCO board;
2. Disconnect the J11 terminal clamps (Rx/Tx-, Rx/Tx+, GND);
3. Connect a user terminal with the address = 0 to the board of unit 1; (see paragraph Configuration of the
Terminal);
4. Reconnect the power supply and press the ALARM and UP keys at the same time until the following mask
appears:
#####################
Self Testing
Please Wait
#####################

Fig. 14
and then:
pLAN address:1
up: increase
down: decrease
Enter: save & exit

Fig. 15
5. Press the ENTER key to accept the value of the address of the proposed board on the display or the UP
and DOWN keys to modify it: set the "pLAN address: 1" on unit n. 1. (NOTE: if a key is not pressed within
15 seconds the mask will disappear from the display and it will be necessary to repeat the procedure
described in point 1.).
6. Press ENTER to confirm;
7. Disconnect the power supply;
8. Repeat the procedure set out in points 1 to 6 on unit n. 2 and for the other units in the network;
pLAN address:2
up: increase
down: decrease
Enter: save & exit

Fig. 16
9. Reposition the J11 terminal clamps (Rx/Tx-, Rx/Tx+, GND) on the board.
Table for UpCO board addresses
Unit
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

60

Address
1+21
2+22
3+23
4+24
5+25
6+26
7+27
8+28
9+29
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Table for terminal and UpCO board addresses
Terminal Address

Terminal Address

11
12

UpCO Board
Address
1+21
2+22

16
17

UpCO Board
Address
6+26
7+27

13
14
15

3+23
4+24
5+25

18
19
20

8+28
9+29
10+30

Terminal Address
32

UpCO Board
Address
All addresses

In Fig. 17 a network of 4 units each with its own local user terminal and a shared 32 remote user terminal
displaying the information of unit 1.
To move from showing the display of unit 1 to that of unit 2, press the
succession for the other units.

keys at the same time and in

Fig. 17

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LAN PARAMETER CONFIGURATION


After having carried out the configuration of the remote and shared user terminals, the operating parameters of the LAN network
must be set. This must only be carried out on the unit with the address LAN1, because the information will automatically be
passed on to the other units which are connected.

The required settings are inside the Remote Control Parameters Menu accessed by pressing the keys
the information for the required settings is described below.

; some of

Serial Addr.
: 001
Serial Speed:
1200
Protocol :
Standard
LAN :Unit Number
01

Set the number of units connected to the Lan network;

(screen 141)
Activate the automatic exchange of the unit in stand-by;
Set the cycle time to carry out the rotation of the units; if the hour is set at 000, a
simple test will be carried out putting the units in rotation with an interval of 2
minutes;
Set the number of units in stand-by (max 2):

Autom. Switch-over on
Std-by Unit
N
Cycle Time
h 168
N. Stand-by units N 1

(screen 142)
Reg.Step Calling
Mode:
Standalone

Activate management of the water temperature regulator.

(screen 144)
The mask shown here is shown only if the local network has been configured,
allowing management of the unit operation with the average temperature value
measured from the active units connected in the local network or with the local
value measured by the sensor present inside the unit.
Method: Local Value: control of the unit is entrusted to the temperature
values read by the sensor present on the air conditioner;
Method: Average Value: control of the unit is entrusted to the average
temperature read by the sensor present on the active units connected in
the local network. If the difference between the average value and the
reading of the sensor itself is more than the AVERAGE/LOC.DIFF.
value, the control will automatically move from AVERAGE to LOCAL.
NOTE: This setting is not passed on to the other units, so it needs to be set
individually on each unit.

Usage of. Tamp. values


Model: Local

(screen 145)
O
Usage of. Tamp. values
Model: local-mean
Aut.Changeover
Mean/Loc.diff. C 2.0

(screen 145)

VISUALIZATION OF THE NETWORK FROM THE TERMINAL


From any terminal in the network, the mask << NetSTAT >> will appear when the UP + ENTER + DOWN keys are pressed at
the same time for at least 10 seconds ( see Fig. 18).
The NetSTAT mask indicates all of the UpCO boards with a LAN address and all of the terminals present in the network,
including the remote shared terminal, and its relative addresses.
Board pCO
NetStat:
1
----- 8
T:11
9 ---- 16
Enter
17 -------- 24
To Exit 25 ------- 32
Private terminal

Fig. 18
Shared terminal

= board
= terminal

In the example the result is that the network is composed of 3 LAN boards with the address 1,2,3 and of 4 user terminals with
the address 11,12,13 and 32.

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