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USER MANUAL

pCO5 CONTROLLER
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Contents

Description
Introduction ………………………1
Further Assistance ………………………1
Maintenance ………………………1
General Information ………………………2
LCD Screen Basic operation and Features ………………………3
User Access - CGD 1 ………………………6
Touch Screen Features ………………………9
User Access - pGDTouch ………………………15
Alarms ………………………18
Shut Down Procedures ………………………20
Emergency Procedures ………………………21

Introduction

Your CITEC air conditioning equipment has been carefully designed, manufactured and inspected to give you
precise and trouble free environmental control with proper installation, commissioning and maintenance, it will give
many years of service.

This Manual is intended to provide you as a user, with information sufficient for everyday operation plus advice on
emergency procedures. Please complete and return the CITEC WARANTY REGISTRATION CARD in the testing
& commissioning manual.
Further Assistance

If further assistance is needed, please contact CITEC INTERNATIONAL SDN BHD, your LOCAL Distributor or
your INSTALLER as appropriate. It would be useful if you have to hand details of the equipment model number,
serial number, date of supply and any available reference numbers relating to the purchase.

Maintenance

Regular preventive maintenance of your air conditioning equipment is strongly recommended to ensure its peak
operating condition. Our highly skilled engineers are fully trained in the areas of electronics and microprocessor
control. They can provide full maintenance services for overseas users and distributions.

For overseas users, distributors in many countries can provide full maintenance services by their technically
served engineer.

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General Information

Description Legend
LCD Display
MUTE Key

PRG key

ESC key

UP key

ENTER key

Access Key
LCD Display (CGD1) DOWN key

ON/OFF key

Menu Page

Prev Page

Next Page

Alarm Page

Info Page
Touch Screen Display (pGDTouch)

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LCD Screen Features

Basic Operation:

1) To turn ON the unit, press ESC key first, then press DOWN key at the main page of display as shown in
Figure 1.0.
Note: - this action has to be finished within 2 seconds but not press both keys at the same time
- the function of the combination keys only effective on the main page (as shown in Figure 1.0)

2) A message “On Unit: No” appears on the screen. Press UP or DOWN key to change the state to “On
Unit: Yes” and then confirmed by pressing ENTER key.

3) To turn OFF the unit, repeat similar step with step 1 and 2. Instead, a message “Off Unit: No” shall
appear. Change to “Off Unit: Yes” and then confirmed by pressing ENTER key.

Figure 1.0 : CGD 1 display during idle state

Notes:

• When the unit is operating, the PRG key backlight shall be ON.
• When the unit is not operating, the PRG key backlight shall be dim (as shown in Figure 1.0).

LCD Display comprises:

™ Large liquid crystal display, providing icon status of the unit functions, parameter menus,
alarm buffer and access to other controllers via the network system.

™ Six access keys, providing access to controller / local network features.

™ Mute key for silencing the local audible alarm and to reset the alarm. (Audible Alarm is optional).

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LCD Display Icons and Functions

Unit Functions are indicated via icons. There are:

UNIT RUN – shown when Unit fan(s) are running.

COOL – shown when cooling demand is greater than 0%.

HEAT – shown when heating demand is greater than 0%.

HUMIDIFY – shown when humidification is in process.

DEHUMIDIFY – shown when dehumidification is in process.

ALARM – shown when an alarm condition is present.

Current Alarm status can be reviewed by using the “MUTE” key to access the Alarm Buffer from the screen. The
“MUTE” key is used for muting the audible alarm. The alarm icon will remain on to indicate an alarm condition. It
will goes off when the alarm has been cleared and reset by “MUTE” key. However subsequent alarms will
re-initiate the audible alarm. (Audible alarm is optional)

The access keys (UP, ENTER, DOWN, MUTE, PRG, ESC) have to be pressed in a coded sequence in order to
enter or change the function currently being accessed.

FRONT DISPLAY Group


The information that should be shown on the front menu is as below:

Graphic Descriptions

- Time & Date


- Temperature and Humidity Reading
- Unit running mode (CW/DX) for combi cool unit
- Functional Icon
- Auto/Manual Mode
- Unit Identity in air-cond. network

- Unit operation output demand for different


processes.

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- Unit status
- Temperature and humidity set point (read only)
- Running Status of Compressor (DX):
Compressor 1, 2 and 3
- Running Status of Heater:
Heater 1 and 2
- Valve opening (CW).

Note: Combi cool unit shall have features of CW &


DX.

- Water in and water out temperature (shown


when optional sensors are fitted in the unit)
- Water in alarm limit (read only).

- Humidifier running current


- Water conductivity
- Production (steam output)
- Machine Status (Humidifier Status)
- Cylinder Phase (Cylinder Status)

Note: Applicable for humidifier option.

- Discharge pressure(optional):
Discharge pressure 1, 2 and 3.

Note: Applicable for FSC option.

- View alarm history.

- Electronic expansion valve (EEV) parameters


for driver 1, 2 and 3
- EEV operation mode (auto/manual)
- EEV position (opening steps)
- Super heat of the system
- Saturation temperature
- Suction temperature
- Evaporating pressure

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User Access CGD1

IMPORTANT NOTE: Apart from accessing the controller for the following purposes, users need not change any of
the settings, which have been preset at the factory or adjusted by the T&C Engineer. To do so could disable the
unit or severely affect its operation and safety.

Entry into pCO5 Controller Software Level 1

(1) From Front Display Group, press PRG key to access the main menu.
(2) Position arrow against level 1 and press ENTER key to access level 1.

(3) Enter the password for level 1 as below and press key to accept:

Password (factory default): 0000

(4) The new password for accessing to level 1 can be set by user.

User Access (Software Level 1)

Description Graphic
SETPOINT
ƒ Setting / checking Temperature, Humidity and water in
alarm Limit (optional) set point.
ƒ Move the Blinking cursor to the figure that needs to be

modified by pressing key.

ƒ To Change the value, press or key.

ƒ Confirm new input by pressing key.

Note: Water in alarm limit setting applicable when water in


sensor is fitted in the unit.

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TIME CONTROL
flash
ƒ The following display shall appear.

ƒ Press key.
ƒ The flash cursor on top left corner shall go to the field to set
YES / NO.

ƒ To enabled schedule on/off, press or key to

select “Yes” and enabled by pressing key.


ƒ Move back the flash cursor to the top left corner by flash
Press

ƒ When flash cursor on top left corner, press or key to


go to the day for schedule setting.

ƒ After finish the time setting for a day, Press key


until the flash cursor move to top left corner as shown.

ƒ Press key and go to the desired day for time setting.

ƒ Repeat steps to set time control schedule for a week.


Example of Time Control Schedule

Sample Condition:
1. Unit is going to on from 7pm to 7am on the other day.
2. Unit on off is scheduled to on and off according to a preset schedule.

Day Mon. Tues. Wed. Thur. Fri. Sat. Sun.


On Time (A) 00:00h 00:00h 00:00h 00:00h 00:00h 00:00h 00:00h
Off Time (A) 07:00h 07:00h 07:00h 07:00h 07:00h 07:00h 07:00h

On Time (B) 19:00h 19:00h 19:00h 19:00h 19:00h 19:00h 19:00h


Off Time (B) 00:00h 00:00h 00:00h 00:00h 00:00h 00:00h 00:00h

Remark:
1 Time control is only applicable for a local unit to on and off according to a preset schedule.
2 ON/OFF key on the display must be in 'ON' condition.
Description Graphic
SET CLOCK
ƒ Setting Unit System Clock.

ƒ Set the time and date by pressing or key at


the field that needs to be changed. Confirm the time

and date and ended with key.

ƒ Set “Confirm Change” to ‘Yes’ and ended by pressing

key.
SOFTWARE VERSION
ƒ Check software version.

ƒ Check bios and boot version used in the controller.

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REMOTE ON/OFF

ƒ To enabled Remote on/off, press or key to

select “Yes” and ended by pressing key.

ƒ This will enabled remotely on/off the unit by external


signal.

Manual Drain

ƒ To Manual Drain Humidifier, press or key to

select “Yes” and ended by pressing key.

SET NEW PASSWORD


ƒ Set New Password (Access to level 1).

ƒ Input the new 4 digits password number by pressing

or key.

ƒ Press key to confirm.

ROTATION CONFIGURATION
ƒ Set Unit Configuration (whenever auto sequencing is
applicable).
ƒ Select automatic rotation or timezone rotation by

pressing or key to select and ended by

pressing key.
ƒ Number of standby unit in a network.

A) Automatic Rotation
ƒ Interval hours (1-240 h) for change over take place.

B) Time zones Rotation


ƒ Time for changeover take place.
ƒ Interval days (1-7 days) for change over take place.
ƒ Set “Yes” at initialize after confirm the time setting.

ƒ Press or key to change the value and

confirmed by press key.

* Rotation hours: 0 h is in test mode, every 5 minute


changeover will take place if standby units is greater than
or equal to 1.

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Touch Screen Features

Touch Screen Display (pGDTouch) comprises:

™ High Resolution Graphical Display, providing icon status of the unit functions, parameter menus, alarm
buffer and access to other controllers via the network system.

™ Multi User Level Password protection.

™ Featuring animated graphical, multi-language, pop up alarm event, on screen keyboard, etc.

™ Trend graph for return air temperature and humidity (standard), water in and water out (option).
Trend graph data can be stored in controller up to 3 months at 5 minutes interval.

™ Info page enable you to access to distributor’s information and emergency call number.

Touch Screen Display (pGDTouch) Icons and Functions

Unit Functions are indicated via icons. There are:

UNIT RUN – shown when Unit fan(s) are running.

COOL – shown when cooling demand is greater than 0%.

HEAT – shown when heating demand is greater than 0%.

HUMIDIFY – shown when humidification is in process.

DEHUMIDIFY – shown when dehumidification is in process.

ALARM – shown when an alarm condition is present.

The “ON/OFF” icon of the local unit control is located at the left bottom of the touch screen display. The graphical
icon of the “ON/OFF” shall change the color to green when the unit turned ON, and it shall change to orange when
unit suspended and it shall be black when unit turned OFF.

Next to this is the “MENU” icon for accessing configuration, setting, user login, check history alarm of the unit. The
up and down icon is to scroll between the pages for more information of the unit for example unit status,
compressor status, humidifier status, EEV status, CW valve status, trend graph and etc.

The “alarm” icon is for accessing the alarm page when there are alarms occurring. The alarm icon will remain on
permanently to indicate that an alarm condition is not yet reset. A “MUTE” icon in the alarm page can be used for
muting the buzzer (Buzzer is optional); however the subsequent alarms will re-initiate the audible alarm. In order to
reset the alarm, it must be acknowledged before it can be reset.

The “info” icon at the right bottom of the touch screen display is used to access the info page for distributor’s
information and emergency call number.

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FRONT DISPLAY Group (pGDTouch)


The information that should be shown on the front menu is as below:
Graphic Descriptions

- Time & date


- Temperature and humidity (or Dewpoint Temp.)
- Temperature and humidity (or Dewpoint Temp.)
set point
- Unit cooling mode (CW/DX)
- Functional Icon
- Auto/Manual Mode
- Unit Identity in air-cond. network
- Logged on User level

- Unit operation output demand for different


processes.
- Unit status
- Running Status of Compressor (DX):
Compressor 1 and 2 (Depend on unit model)
- Running Status of Heater:
Heater 1 and 2 (Depend on unit model)
- EC Fan speed % (If EC Fan option applicable)

- CW Valve opening
- Water in and water out temperature (Shown
when optional temperature sensors are fitted)
- Water in alarm limit (read only)

Note: This Page only applicable for CW unit, Dual


CW unit or Combi cool unit

- Humidifier running current


- Water conductivity
- Steam production
- Humidifier Status
- Cylinder Status

Note: This Page only applicable if Humidifier fitted

- Discharge pressure 1 and 2


- FSC output % 1 and 2

Note: This Page only applicable if FSC fitted

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Graphic Descriptions

- Electronic Expansion Valve (EEV) parameters


- EEV operation mode (auto/manual)
- EEV opening steps
- Superheat
- Saturation temperature
- Suction Temperature
- Evaporating pressure

Note: This Page only applicable for DX unit or


Combi Cool unit

- View trend graph data.


Temperature & Humidity
Water in & Out Temperature (If sensor fitted)

- Press key to view service company


name and telephone number, also the
emergency case contact numbers.

- Press to view Menu selection tab


- Enter Basic Setting menu
- Enter Advance Setting menu
- Enter User Login menu
- Enter History Alarm page
- Enter Factory Setting menu

- Press to hide Menu selection tab

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History Alarm

Refresh Event

Duration of
events

Scroll to navigate
History Event
Date and Time Event (Triggered and
happened Acknowledged)

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Trend Graph

X-axis (Time
and Date)
Y-axis (Trend
Data)

Back page Previous Next Most Next Zoom In Zoom out


Events Event & Events X-axis X-axis
Refresh
Interval

Entry into pCO5 Controller Basic Setting menu

(1) From Menu selection Tab, press Basic Setting key to access the Basic Setting menu.

(2) If current user level is guest, all parameters in Basic setting menu are read only. In order edit the parameters,
the user must login as user. To access login page, press User Login from the Menu selection Tab.

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(3) Press Switch User to log in to user level and


press Logout to log out to guest (Will automatic logout if not active for 15mins).

User name: user


Password : 0000

Keypad type:

(1) Two types of keypad use for changing the parameters.


(2) Numeric type and Alphabetic type.

Numeric keypad:

Min and Max setting values allow


Value to be set

Press Enter to set the value and exit


Press Esc to exit without setting the value

Alphabetic keypad:

Value to be set

Press Esc to exit without setting the value

Press × to toggle between upper case and lower case

Press Enter to set the value and exit


Press ?123 to toggle between alphabet/symbol and number

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User Access (Basic Setting)

Graphic Descriptions
SETPOINT
ƒ Set / check Temperature, Humidity and
water in alarm Limit (optional) set point.

ƒ Touch at the figure that needs to be


changed.

ƒ Key in the new setting using popup keypad.

Note: Water in alarm limit setting applicable


when water in sensor is fitted in the unit.

SCHEDULER
ƒ Setting ON/OFF to enable or disable
scheduler
ƒ Touch the combo box to select days of week
to program the scheduler.
ƒ Two time zones are available for a day,
seven days a week for the flexibility of the
time setting.
ƒ Touch on On Time and Off Time to change
the hour and minute using the popup
keypad.

SET CLOCK
ƒ Setting Unit System Clock.
ƒ Set the time and date by pressing the field
that need to be changed. Key in the value
using popup keypad.

SELECT LANGUAGE
ƒ Touch on the flag icon to select the language
to be displayed.

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Graphic Descriptions
SOFTWARE VERSION
ƒ Check software version.
ƒ Check bios and boot version used in the
controller.
ƒ Check the controller ID number

Note: This page is read only.

Run Hours
ƒ Check the run hours for the component.

Note: This page is read only

ROTATION CONFIGURATION
ƒ Set Unit Configuration (whenever auto
sequencing is applicable).
ƒ Select automatic rotation or timezone
rotation by touching the field.

ƒ Number of standby unit in a network.

A) Automatic Rotation

ƒ Interval hours (1-240 h) for change over take


place.

B) Time zones Rotation

ƒ Time for changeover take place.

ƒ Interval days (1-7 days) for change over take


place.

ƒ Set “Yes” at initialize after confirm the time


setting.

Rotation hours: 0 h is in test mode, every 5


minutes changeover will take place if standby
units is greater than or equal to 1.

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Graphic Descriptions
pLAN CONFIGURATION
ƒ Set the address of the attached controller to
the touch screen.
ƒ Set the unit on pLAN whether :
Present/Rotation;
Present/No Rotation;
Absent.

REMOTE ON/OFF
ƒ To enabled Remote on/off, touch this and
select “Yes”
ƒ This will enable external signal to remotely
switch on/off a unit.

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Alarms

Any alarm condition detected by the Controller will initiate the following:

™ Alarm Icon displayed.

™ Popup Alarm Screen (blinking)

™ Audible Alarm (Optional).

™ Dry contact of the critical alarm changeover.

™ The writing of the alarm to the alarm Stack.

Select/Deselect
the event Time event
happened

State of the
event

Mute audible Select/Deselect Acknowledge Reset the event


alarm (optional) all events the event

Touch the “MUTE” key will mute the audible alarm (Optional if Buzzer is fitted). Any subsequent alarm(s) will re-
sound the audible.

Touch the select check box to select or deselect the alarm that needs to acknowledge or reset.
Touch “Select/Deselect All” key to select all the alarm that need to acknowledge or reset.

Once the alarm occurred, the alarm state should be “Triggered Not Acked”, touch the “ACK” key to acknowledge
the alarm. Once the alarm been acknowledged, it state will change to “Triggered Acked”.
If the alarm is auto reset, it state will become “Not triggered Acked”, touch the “RESET” key once to reset the
alarm form the list.
If the alarm is not auto reset, touch the “RESET” key once to try to reset the alarm, if the alarm is fixed, its state
should become “Not triggered Acked” and touch the “RESET” key once to reset the alarm form the list.

Note: The Alarm need to be acknowledged before it can be reset.


The Alarm icon form the main page should be clear when the alarm state become not triggered.
The critical alarm dry contact should be reset when the alarm state become not triggered.
The alarm may remain in the alarm list even its not triggered, touch “RESET” key once to reset from the list.

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The following is a list of alarms available, depending on unit type and equipment level. All alarms are visual and
audible.

Alarms List

Designations
High Return Air Temperature
High Return Air Humidity
Low Return Air Temperature
Low Return Air Humidity
Air Flow Failure
Heater Overheat
Compressor 1 LP
Compressor 2 HP
Compressor 1 LP
Compressor 2 HP
Filter Blocked
Low Supply Air Temperature (option)
High Supply Air Humidity (option)
Humidifier Alarms: High Current Alarm (Cylinder off)
CPY Offline
Lack of Water Alarm (Cylinder off)
High Conductivity Alarm (Off Humidifier)
High Conductivity Warning
Low Production Alarm (Cylinder off)
Drain Alarm (Cylinder off)
Hum. Cleaning Cylinder Required
Humidifier Replace Required
Hum. Cylinder Depleted
Water on Floor
Drip Tray Full
LAN Disconnected (When auto sequence is enabled)
Water in High Temperature (When water in Temp. Enabled)
Unit Run Expired
Unit Health Check

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Shut Down Procedures

WARNING: DIRECT EXPANSION SYSTEMS HAVE REFRIGERATION CIRCUITS OPERATING AT HIGH


PRESSURES. UNAUTHORISED TAMPERING MAY CAUSE INJURY OR DAMAGE.

It is essential for starting, shutting down, emergency operation and fault finding to know the location of the
following components:

(a) Main isolator (integral to Unit or local position)


(b) ON/OFF key on the Display of the Air Handling Unit.
(c) All valves likely to affect water supply to humidifier (when fitted)

UNIT IS DESIGNED AND BUILT FOR CONTINUOUS OPERATION AND IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE
SYSTEM IS KEPT RUNNING DAY AND NIGHT TO MAINTAIN STABLE ROOM CONDITIONS.

Short Period§

Should you require the equipment to be shut down for the weekend or Holidays, no special precautions are
required. Each unit may simply be turned “off” at the controller display and switched back “ON” when required. The
ON/OFF key, NOT the isolator must be used.

Alternatively, the “Run and Stop” days or times can be set in the controller software.

Long Period§

If the plant is to be shut down for longer periods – for instance seven days, this can be done by switching
OFF at the ON/OFF key, then Switching OFF the Main Isolator, and closing the local mains water supply to the
humidifier. When restarting the plant, follow the same instructions but in the reverse order.

Indefinitely§

When an equipment to be taken out of service for an indefinite period, it is advisable to have the services of a
qualified air conditioning engineer to shut down the equipment. An engineer will also be required when re-starting
the plant after the shut down period.

§ - For units fitted with chilled water cooling and/or L.P.H.W. heating, the main power should remain
“ON” for at least the stroke time of the valve actuator (250 seconds maximum) to ensure that the valve closes
fully.

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Emergency Procedures

In any cases an air conditioning equipment fails to maintain the correct conditions, please contact the service
office and give a concise report on your problems.

(a) Check fault read-out on microprocessor controller display.


(b) Water supply to the humidifier is on (when fitted).
(c) ON/OFF switch is in the “ON” position.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the inter-relationship of temperature and humidity, high temperature and low humidity or
low temperature and high humidity can occur simultaneously. In such cases resolve the temperature first as it will
probably rectify the humidity.

High Temperature

Access temperature setpoint page and set a lower setpoint.


Monitor conditions and guard against over-cooling by adjusting the setpoint accordingly.

Low Temperature

Access temperature setpoint page and set a higher setpoint.


Monitor conditions and guard against over-heating by adjusting the setpoint accordingly.

High Humidity

Access humidity setpoint page and set a lower setpoint.


Monitor conditions and guard against over-dehumidifying by adjusting the setpoint accordingly.

Low Humidity

(1) Ensure that there is water supply to the humidifier cylinder.


(2) Access humidity setpoint page and set a higher setpoint.
Monitor conditions and guard against over-humidifying by adjusting the setpoint accordingly.

IMPORTANT:

IN ALL CASES THE REASON WHY AUTOMATIC CONTROL DOES NOT HOLD CONDITIONS SHOULD BE
INVESTIGATED BY A QUALIFIED ENGINEER.

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