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POLYCOOL ä AC&R Controller RWR470.10 Basic Documentation

Edition 1.0

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Building Technologies

27.11.2006

HVAC Products

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Table of Contents

1

Summary

6

1.1

Range of Units

 

6

1.2

Equipment Combination

6

1.3

Product Documentation

6

1.4

Key Features

 

7

1.5

Typical Application

 

7

1.6

Important Notes

8

2

Operation

9

2.1

LCD Display

 

9

2.2

Menu Tree

12

2.3

Access Rights

 

13

3

Wiring Examples

14

3.1

Connection Terminals

14

3.2

Overview of DIP Switch Configuration

15

3.3

Wiring with Power Supply

 

16

3.4

Wiring with Digital Inputs

16

3.5

Wiring with Passive Temperature Sensors

16

3.6

Wiring with Pressure Sensors

17

3.6.1

Pressure Sensor with DC 010 V Output

17

3.6.2

Pressure Sensor with 420 mA Output

18

3.6.3

Pressure Sensor with DC 05 V Output

18

3.7

Wiring with Digital Outputs

 

19

3.8

Wiring with Analog Outputs

19

4

General Device Settings

20

4.1

Modes of Operation

20

4.2

Accessing the Menus

20

4.3

Starting and Stopping the Device

21

4.4

Selection of System Modes

 

21

4.5

Viewing Inputs and Outputs

22

4.6

Changing Setpoints (for

end users)

22

5

Configuration of Analog

Inputs

24

5.1

Selection

of

Signals

24

5.2

Selection

of

Sensor

Types

25

5.3

Configuring Analogu

Inputs as Digital Inputs (ON/OFF)

25

5.3.1

Configuration of DIP

Switches

26

5.3.2

Selection of Digital Input Signals (X1X6)

26

5.3.3

Setting Validity of Analog Inputs (When Configured as Digital Inputs)

27

 

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6

Configuration of Digital Inputs

28

6.1

Selection of Signals

 

28

6.2

Setting Validity of Digital Inputs

28

7

Configuration

of

Analog Outputs

29

8

Configuration

of

Digital Outputs

30

8.1

Selection of Devices

30

8.2

Setting Validity of Digital Outputs (for RV & CV)

30

9

Fast Configuration via PolyStick

31

9.1

Uploading Application and Parameters to PolyStick

31

9.2

Downloading Application and Parameters from PolyStick

31

10

Customizing Application by Adjusting Parameter Values

32

10.1

Accessing the Parameter Menu

32

10.2

Adjusting Parameter Values

33

10.3

Setting Users Privilege to Parameters

33

10.4

Changing the Units of Temperature and Pressure

36

11

Commissioning

 

36

12

Warning Management

36

12.1

Codes for Warnings

 

36

12.2

Viewing Warning Logs

36

13

Alarm Management

 

37

13.1

Auto Reset Alarms

37

13.2

Manual Reset Alarms

38

13.3

Viewing Alarm Logs

39

13.4

Acknowledging and Resetting Manual Reset Alarms

39

14

Main Control Logic

 

40

14.1

Compressor Capacity Control

40

14.2

Defrost

Control

 

41

14.3

Energy Savings and Comfort Conditions

42

14.3.1

Economic Cooling/Heating Function

42

14.3.2

Economy Mode

 

43

14.4

Antifreeze

44

14.5

Forced Adjustment Management

44

14.6

Pump Down

45

15

Paramter Tables

 

46

15.1

Compressor Settings

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15.2

Condenser

Settings

47

15.3

Evaporator

Settings

48

15.4

Defrost

Settings

49

15.5

Special

Functions

50

15.6

User

Settings

51

15.7

User

Interface

51

15.8

Alarm Settings

52

15.9

Inputs and Outputs Configuration

53

15.10

System Function

54

16

Device/Signal List

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1

Summary

1.1 Range of Units

Device

Name

Type

Datasheet No.

Controller

AC&R Controller

RWR470.10

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Device

Type

Datasheet

no.

Temperature

QAZ21.682/101 with a sensing element LG Ni 1000 W, Silicon cable 200cm, with -50ºC+80ºC measurement range

Q1848

sensor

 

QAZ36.526/109 with a sensing element NTC10 kW, PVC cable 600cm, with -25 C+80ºC measurement range

Q1843

Pressure

QBE9101-P10U, -1+9 bar / QBE9101-P30U,1+29bar / QBE9101-P60U, -1+59 bar, with 420 mA output signal

Q1908

sensor

 

QBE2001-P10U, -1+9 bar / QBE2001-P25U, -1+24 bar / QBE2001-P60U, -1+59 bar. with DC 010 V output signal

N1907

 

QBE620-P40U, 040bar with 010V output signal

N1904

 

Texas Instruments 2CP5-47/48 operates on 5 VDC supply voltage with +1+35.5 bar measurement range and DC 0.54.5 V output signal

 

1.3 Product Documentation

In addition to this Basic Documentation, the pieces of product documentation listed below provide detailed information on the safe and proper use and operation of RWR470.10 in building services plant.

Type of document

Ordering no.

Datasheet

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1.4 Key Features

Its main features are as follows:

Non-programmable stand-alone controller, or networked via the communication of PCLBUS Strict user privilege control Multiple applications can be configured by setting parameters Flexible I/O configuration Control of inlet/outlet air/water temperature Multiple defrost methods( Fan, hot gas bypass, or reversing valve) by timer, timer and temperature/pressure, or the differential value between defrost sensor temperature and outside temperature Economy mode by fixed heating/cooling setpoint replacements, or built-in economic heating/cooling function by adjustable setpoint shift values according to actual outside temperature Fast application (with parameters) uploading and downloading via PolyStick PID control of outdoor condenser fan speed Complete alarm and warning management User-friendly icon HMI, LCD display and light blue backlight

1.5 Typical Application

LCD display and light blue backlight 1.5 Typical Application Legend   Device Device 1-2 Compressor

Legend

 

Device

Device

1-2
1-2

Compressor

   

Condenser1-2 Compressor    

Bypass valve Defrost valve

Bypass valve

Defrost valve

 
  4-port reverse value Fan module

4-port reverse value

Fan module  4-port reverse value

   

Pressure sensor

 
    Pressure sensor   Evaporator

Evaporator

module     Pressure sensor   Evaporator         Temperature sensor Pump
   
   

Temperature sensor

    Temperature sensor Pump

Pump

        Temperature sensor Pump     Low pressure alarm FS Flow switch
   

Low pressure alarm

FS
FS

Flow switch (optional)

 

LP

   

High pressure alarm

    High pressure alarm Condenser fan

Condenser fan

 
 
Solenoid valve  

Solenoid valve

 
 

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1.6 Important Notes

This symbol draws your attention to special safety notes and warnings. If such notes are not observed, personal injury and / or considerable damage to property can occur.1.6 Important Notes Field of Use Electrical Installation RWR470.10 controller may only be used for the

Field of Use

Electrical Installation

RWR470.10 controller may only be used for the control and supervision of heating, ventilation, air conditioning and chiller plant.

Prerequisites for flawless and safe operation of RWR470.10 controller are proper transport, installation, commissioning, and correct operation.

Fuses, switches, wiring and earthing must be in compliance with local safety regulations for electrical installations.

Commissioning

Preparation for use of commission of RWR470.10 controller must be undertaken by qualified staff who have been appropriately trained by Siemens Building Technologies.

Operation

RWR470.10 controller may only be operated by staffs who have been instructed by Siemens Building Technologies or their delegates and whose attention has been drawn to potential risks.

Wiring

When wiring the system, the AC 240V section must be strictly segregated from the AC 24V safety extra low-voltage (SELV) section in order to ensure protection against electric shock hazard!!

Storage and Transport

For storage and transport, the limit values given in the relevant Datasheet must be always be observed.

Maintenance

Faults

System sections accommodated in the control panel should be freed from dust and dirt whenever normal service visits are due.

Should system faults occur and you are not authorized to make diagnostics and to rectify faults, call your service staff of Siemens Building Technologies.

Only authorized staffs are permitted to make diagnostics, to rectify faults and to restart the plant. This also applies to work carried out within the control panel (e.g. safety checks or changing fuses).call your service staff of Siemens Building Technologies. Disposal The products contain electrical and electronic

Disposal

The products contain electrical and electronic components and may not be disposed of as household waste.

Local and currently legislation must be complied with!

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2

Operation

2.1 LCD Display

Operation of RWR470.10 is fully driven by buttons and menus.
Operation of RWR470.10 is fully driven by buttons and menus.

Operating buttons

Legend for menus

Note

Button

Name

Use

<Esc> & <Power On/Off> Press this button and confirm by pressing <OK> to stop the units from

<Power On/Off>

Press this button and confirm by pressing <OK> to stop the units from normal running mode

Press down and release it to activate the system from Stop Mode

   

In Menu /parameter setting mode, press it to return to the previous menu level, or to reject the value entered

<Enter>   Press down it for more than 2 seconds and release it to enter the

 

Press down it for more than 2 seconds and release it to enter the Menu mode

In Menu/parameter setting mode, press it to confirm the selected menu level, or the value entered

   

Press it to acknowledge/reset warnings and alarms

<Plus>   Press it for 2 seconds to activate the System Mode in normal working mode

 

Press it for 2 seconds to activate the System Mode in normal working mode

Or, press it to select the menu level, or to increase the value in Menu/parameter setting mode

<Minus>   Press it to select the menu level, or to decrease the value in Menu/parameter

 

Press it to select the menu level, or to decrease the value in Menu/parameter setting mode

Press it for more than 2 seconds and release it to start Manual Defrost if all required parameters are configured and the system runs in heating mode

Icon

 

Meaning

Function

  Query/view Actual values of all configured inputs and outputs (see Device Assignments in Parameter
 

Query/view

Actual values of all configured inputs and outputs (see Device Assignments in Parameter Table)

 

Software version

Compressor number with their running time

Pump with their running time

Warning Existence of warning, and the latest 10 warnings

Warning

Existence of warning, and the latest 10 warnings

 

Alarm

Existence of alarm and the latest 20 alarms

Parameters Set parameters and values (see also Menu Tree)

Parameters

Set parameters and values (see also Menu Tree)

   

The unit of compressor and pump running time is 10 hours.

 

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Notes

As for how to access the Query/Warning/Alarm/Parameter menus above, see also <Chapter 4.2 Accessing the Menus>

Parameters listed under the

4.2 Accessing the Menus> Parameters listed under the menu vary with the password privileged user. Before

menu vary with the password privileged user.

Before accessing the Parameter menu, select the user group (ENdor PWd) first and input the corresponding password that is required only for the PWdgroup user (service men and factory users).

See also <Chapter 10.2 Accessing the Parameter Menu>

Legend for system Mode and status

On the right lower side, nine icons are used to indicate system modes and status.

Icon

Meaning

   

Icon

 

Meaning

   

Power on/Off; Pump Down

   
    Power on/Off; Pump Down       Dehumidification (not available in this version)
 

Dehumidification (not available in this version)

  Dehumidification (not available in this version) Cooling       Defrost Heating  
Cooling       Defrost
Cooling       Defrost

Cooling

   
Cooling       Defrost
 

Defrost

Heating       Capacity stages of compressor or outdoor/indoor units

Heating

   
Heating       Capacity stages of compressor or outdoor/indoor units
 

Capacity stages of compressor or outdoor/indoor units

 
Economy Mode       Communication

Economy Mode

   
Economy Mode       Communication
 

Communication

House (All devices within this icon are called indoor devices.)

House (All devices within this icon are called indoor devices.)

   

Notes

Legend for devices

When the device is activated, the corresponding icon will be lit.

On the right middle area, eight icons are used to indicate the work status of the devices.

 

Icon

Meaning

Status and Indication

 
    Compressor On solid: Running
 

Compressor

On solid: Running

  Blinking : Alarms related to compressor
 

Blinking : Alarms related to compressor

 
  High pressure Blinking :High pressure alarm

High pressure

Blinking :High pressure alarm

 
  Low pressure Blinking: Low pressure alarm

Low pressure

Blinking: Low pressure alarm

 

Flow switch    Blinking: flow switch alarm

 

Blinking: flow switch alarm

 

Indoor pump    On solid: running Blinking: alarms detected

 

On solid: running Blinking: alarms detected

     

Outdoor pump

(not used for the air-to-water system)

   

Anti-freeze heater    On solid: running

On solid: running

  condenser fan On solid: running Blinking: alarms detected
 

condenser fan

On solid: running Blinking: alarms detected

Notes

Status LEDs

For any warning/alarm detected, the corresponding device icon and the will blink continuously until the alarm is acknowledged or reset

/
/

icon

Two LEDs are provided to identify the status of the controller. See the following table for descriptions of the status LEDs.

 

Status

Meaning

LED 1 (red)

Red: ON solid

Failure ? or alarm

LED 2 (green)

Green: ON solid

Power on and system running

 

Green: Flashing

Communicating, data transfer between PolyStick and controller

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Display examples

Display pictures

Display pictures Meaning Normal readouts Warning Alarm Stop mode View/Query inputs Steps If the
Display pictures Meaning Normal readouts Warning Alarm Stop mode View/Query inputs Steps If the
Display pictures Meaning Normal readouts Warning Alarm Stop mode View/Query inputs Steps If the
Display pictures Meaning Normal readouts Warning Alarm Stop mode View/Query inputs Steps If the
Display pictures Meaning Normal readouts Warning Alarm Stop mode View/Query inputs Steps If the
Display pictures Meaning Normal readouts Warning Alarm Stop mode View/Query inputs Steps If the

Meaning

Normal

readouts

Warning

Alarm

Stop mode

View/Query

inputs

Meaning Normal readouts Warning Alarm Stop mode View/Query inputs

Steps

If the system (air-to-water) runs properly, the

LCD, by default, displays with measured return

temperature on the upper part and the actual supply air/water temperature on the lower part.

When a warning is detected, the warning code

and the Warning flash.

When a warning is detected, the warning code and the Warning flash. icon will simultaneously

icon will simultaneously

When an alarm is detected, the alarm

icon,

relevant devices (if applicable) and alarm code

will flash simultaneously on the LCD.

alarm is detected, the alarm icon, relevant devices (if applicable) and alarm code will flash simultaneously

If the system is shut down from Stop mode, after power on, the Stop mode will be restored. Press <Esc> to release the system from Stop mode.

Press <Enter> for 2 seconds to enter the Menu mode and activate the Query menu

release the system from Stop mode. Press <Enter> for 2 seconds to enter the Menu mode
 

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2.2 Menu Tree

2.2 Menu Tree Note Legend for parameter groups By default, end users can access all parameters

Note

Legend for parameter groups

By default, end users can access all parameters in ST group.

Code

Indication

Code

Indication

CM

Compressor settings

ST

Setpoints

CN

Condenser settings

UI

User interface

EV

Evaporator settings

AL

Alarm settings

DF

Defrost settings

IO

Input/Output configuration

SF

Special functions

NT

Network address

   

FN

System function

For more information about parameters contained under each group, please refer to <Chapter 15. Parameter Tables> at the end of this document.

Menu level

Menu level

Example

Steps

Instructions

Menus

Menus Access the Menu Press <Enter> for 2 seconds to enter the Menu mode.

Access the Menu

Press <Enter> for 2 seconds to enter the Menu mode.

ä

ä

 
 

ENd or PWd

Select user

 

User Group *

group

Select the menu level with <Plus> or <Minus>, and press <Enter> to confirm.

ä

ä

 

Parameter Group

ST

Select parameter

group

ä

ä

   

Parameter Code

ST 01

Select parameter

ä

ä

 

Value

ST 01

Adjust parameter

20
20

value

* Selecting user group is only required for entering the Parameter menu.

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2.3 Access Rights

Three groups of users with different privilege levels are described below.

Privilege

User

Main Activities

 

Level

Special

All

2

Factory

Password required Configure and commission applications by setting/adjusting parameter values Set other two usersprivilege to parameters

View information and status Acknowledge warnings and alarms Heating /Cooling changeover Economy/comfort changeover Manual defrost

(Highest)

User

1

Service

Password required Configure and commission applications by setting/adjusting parameter values

(Medium)

Men

0

End

No password is required Adjust limited values of parameters (by default , can only adjust values of parameters in the STgroup)

 

(Lowest)

User

 

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3 Wiring Examples

3.1 Connection Terminals

3 Wiring Examples 3.1 Connection Terminals Brief descriptions of the inputs and the outputs are summarized

Brief descriptions of the inputs and the outputs are summarized as follows.

 

Terminal Assigments

 

Terminal Assignments

 

G

Power supply AC/DC 24 V

Q13

Supply 1 (AC 24 V 230 V)

G0

Power supply ground

 

Q14

Relay output 1, normally open contact

PE

Saftey ground

 

Q24

Relay output 2, normally open contact

 

Q34

Relay output 3, normally open contact

X1

Analog input 1, configurable as (DI, NTC,

Q44

Relay output 4, normally open contact

0

10

V, 0

5

V, 4

20

mA)

X2

Analog input 2, configurable as (DI, NTC,

Q54

Relay output 5, normally open contact

NI1000)

 

X3

Analog input 3, configurable as (DI, NTC,

Q64

Relay output 6, normally open contact

010 V, 05 V, 420 mA)

X4

Analog input 4, configurable as (DI, NTC,

 

010 V, 05 V, 420 mA)

X5

Analog input 5, configurable as (DI, NTC,

Q23

Supply 2 (AC 24 V 230 V)

NI1000)

 

X6

Analog input 6 (DI, NTC)

 

Q74

Relay output 7, normally open contact

GND

Common reference point for analog input

Q84

Relay output 8, normally open contact,

+5 V

DC 5 V power output for active sensor

Y1

Analog ouput 1, 0

10

V

+24 V

DC 24 V power output for active sensor

GND

Common reference point

 
 

Y2

Analog output 2, 0

10

V

D1

Digital input 1, potential-free

 

D2

Digital input 2, potential-free

A+

A+ connector for RS485

 

D3

Digital input 3, potential-free

B-

B- connector for RS485

D4

Digital input 4, potential-free

GND

Optional for RS485 communication

D5

Digital input 5, potential-free

RJ45

Service interface for parameters uploading and downloading

M

Common reference point for digital input

 

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3.2 Overview of DIP Switch Configuration

The analogue inputs can be configured for the more common sensors on the market:

NTC, 010V and 420 mA for +5V or +24VDC are offered.

For the power supply to the active sensors, the terminals

At the rear top of the controller, two sets of DIP switches are presented as follows.

two sets of DIP switches are presented as follows. The different types of sensors can be

The different types of sensors can be selected using the corresponding DIP Switches below. Bit 1 of J2 is used for factory calibration

Notes

X1

X2

X3

X4

X5

 

Bit 4 of J1

Bit 5 of J1

Bit 6 of J1

NTC (Digital Input)

Off

Off

On

420mA

Off

On

Off

010V

On

Off

Off

05V

Off

Off

Off

Bit 2 of J1

Bit 3 of J1

NTC (Digital Input)

Off

On

Ni1000

On

Off

Bit 7 of J2

Bit 8 of J2

Bit 1 of J1

NTC (Digital Input)

Off

Off

On

420 mA

Off

On

Off

010 V

On

Off

Off

05 V

Off

Off

Off

Bit 4 of J2

Bit 5 of J2

Bit 6 of J2

NTC (Digital Input)

Off

Off

On

420 mA

Off

On

Off

010 V

On

Off

Off

05 V

Off

Off

Off

Bit 2 of J2

Bit 3 of J2

NTC (Digital Input)

Off

On

Ni1000

On

Off

X6 can be configured for NTC or digital input, but has no requirement to configure DIP switches.

 

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All analogue inputs can be configured as digital inputs. When this happens, please configure the corresponding software program and set the DIP switches positions same as that of NTC.

3.3 Wiring with Power Supply

RWR470.10 is supplied with 24 VAC ± 20 % or 24 VDC ± 10 % via plug-in terminals G and G0

± 20 % or 24 VDC ± 10 % via plug-in terminals G and G0 3.4

3.4 Wiring with Digital Inputs

RWR470.10 offers five digital inputs for connecting safety devices, alarms, device status, and remote switches. These digital inputs are voltage free.

The following figure represents an example of wiring the digital input

figure represents an example of wiring the digital input 3.5 Wiring with Passive Temperature Sensors Before

3.5 Wiring with Passive Temperature Sensors

Before wiring with passive sensor, pay attention to the following:

By default, terminals X1X6 can be wired with NTC sensor. In addition, terminals X2 and X5 can be wired with NI1000 sensor if the corresponding DIP switches are configured as follows.

X2

X5

 

Bit 2 of J1

Bit 3 of J1

NTC

Off

On

Ni1000

On

Off

Bit 2 of J2

Bit 3 of J2

NTC

Off

On

Ni1000

On

Off

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The following are wiring examples with two types of temperature sensors.

A B
A
B

A: Temperature sensor QAZ36.526/109 with a sensing element NTC 10 kW. B: Temperature sensor QAZ21.682/101 with a sensing element LG-Ni 1kW ???

3.6 Wiring with Pressure Sensors

Before wiring with pressure sensors, please refer to their datasheets for appropriate wiring connection diagrams.

3.6.1 Pressure Sensor with DC 010 V Output

X1, X3 and X4 can be wired with a pressure sensor with DC 010 V output if the corresponding DIP switches are configured as follows.

X1

X3

X4

 

Bit 4 of J1

Bit 5 of J1

Bit 6 of J1

010V

On

Off

Off

Bit

7 of J2

Bit

8 of J2

Bit

1 of J1

010V

On

Off

Off

Bit

4 of J2

Bit

5 of J2

Bit

6 of J2

010V

On

Off

Off

The following is a wiring example with QBE2001-P10U/P25U/P60U pressure sensor.

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3.6.2 Pressure Sensor with 420 mA Output

Only terminals X1, X3 and X4 can be wired with pressure sensor with 420 mA output when the corresponding DIP switches are configured as follows.

X1

X3

X4

 

Bit

4 of J1

Bit

5 of J1

Bit

6 of J1

4

20mA

Off

On

Off

 

Bit

7 of J2

Bit

8 of J2

Bit 1 of J1

4

20mA

Off

On

Off

 

Bit

4 of J2

Bit

5 of J2

Bit

6 of J2

4

20mA

Off

On

Off

The follow is a wiring example with QBE9101-P10U/30U/P60U pressure sensor.

a wiring example with QBE9101-P10U/30U/P60U pressure sensor. 3.6.3 Pressure Sensor with DC 0 … 5 V
a wiring example with QBE9101-P10U/30U/P60U pressure sensor. 3.6.3 Pressure Sensor with DC 0 … 5 V

3.6.3 Pressure Sensor with DC 05 V Output

X1, X3 and X4 can be wired with ratiometric active sensor with 05 V output. For some active sensor with 05 V supply voltage, wire with the terminal +5 V.

with 0 … 5 V supply voltage, wire with the terminal +5 V. When wiring with
with 0 … 5 V supply voltage, wire with the terminal +5 V. When wiring with

When wiring with the sensor with 05 V output signal, the relevant DIP switches must be set on the OFF positions.

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3.7 Wiring with Digital Outputs

The following is a wiring example with relay output.

Outputs The following is a wiring example with relay output. 3.8 Wiring with Analog Outputs The
Outputs The following is a wiring example with relay output. 3.8 Wiring with Analog Outputs The

3.8 Wiring with Analog Outputs

The following is a wiring example of analogue output.

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4 General Device Settings

4.1 Modes of Operation

The current RWR470.10 controller consists of three kinds of operation modes:

 

Mode

Function

1

Normal working mode

Display all running devices and measured values

2

Menu mode*

View configured analog inputs, warning and alarm logs Set/adjust parameter values and also user privilege to parameters

3

Stop mode**

Normally shut-down status (all units stop running.)

*To enter menu mode, see also <Chapter 4.2. Accessing the Menus>. ** To enter stop mode, see also <Chapter 4.3. Starting and Stopping the Device>

Notes

In normal working mode, the back light will be timed out after 15 seconds without any operation. Leaving the Menu mode without any operation for over 5 minutes, the system will automatically return to the normal working mode or Stop mode. Factory users can configure application at any time, but it is strongly recommended to perform configuration in Stop mode. Only in Stop mode, factory users can do commissioning.

4.2 Accessing the Menus

Display Procedures In normal working mode (or Stop mode), press the <Enter> button for 2
Display
Procedures
In normal working mode (or Stop mode),
press the <Enter> button for 2 seconds and
release it to enter the Menu mode.
By default, the Query
icon is blinking,
waiting for further instructions.

To view all configured inputs and outputs:

Continuously press <Enter> to proceed when the

Continuously press <Enter> to proceed when the icon is flashing. To view the latest 10 warnings

icon is flashing.

To view the latest 10 warnings generated:

Navigate to the

To view the latest 10 warnings generated: Navigate to the menu by pressing <Plus> or <Minus>,

menu by pressing <Plus> or <Minus>, and then press <Enter>

to confirm and proceed.

To view the latest 20 alarms generated:

Navigate to the

menu by pressing <Plus> or <Minus>, and then press <Enter>To view the latest 20 alarms generated: Navigate to the to confirm and proceed. To set

to confirm and proceed.

To set parameter values:

Navigate to the

and proceed. To set parameter values: Navigate to the menu by pressing <Plus> or <Minus>, and

menu by pressing <Plus> or <Minus>, and then press <Enter>

to confirm and proceed. Contents under this menu may vary with the privilege right

of the user.

- For end users, select ENd,and press <Enter > to proceed.

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- For service men and factory users, select PWd,and press <Enter> to input the password.

4.3 Starting and Stopping the Device

Start the device Applying power to the controller, if all parameters are configured in advance,
Start the device
Applying power to the controller, if all parameters are configured in advance, the normal
working mode (air-to-water) will be displayed with measured values.
If the system is shut down from Stop mode, after power on, the Stop mode will be
restored. Press <Esc> and release it to start the system and return to the normal
working mode.
Note
Initially applying power to the controller, the default status of the controller is Stop mode.
Stop the device
Display
Procedures
When the controller is running in normal
working mode, press <Esc> and release it.
The word “OK” will be displayed on the left
side of the LCD, asking for confirmation.
Press <Enter> to confirm, and all related devices will stop working upon the expiry of
their delay time. Finally, the Stop mode will be displayed as follows.
The
icon will flash when the pump down
function (if configured) is under process.
Notes
During this process, pressing <Esc> and releasing it again will activate the system
from Stop mode, and return back to the normal working mode.

4.4 Selection of System Modes

Display Procedures Press down the <Plus> button for more than 2 seconds, and release it
Display
Procedures
Press down the <Plus> button for more than 2
seconds, and release it to activate the
selection of system mode. The currently
system mode will start flashing.
Press <Plus> or <Minus> to select the desired
system mode, and then press<Enter > to
confirm.

The selection sequence of system modes varies with the <Plus> or <Minus> button you selected based on the current system mode (SF01). The corresponding icon(s) for system mode will blink once selected.

 

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If the current system is heat pump (when SF01=1) and Economy Mode is activated (when SF06=1), the full sequence of selecting the system modes will be as follows.

Activity

Sequence

 

Press <Plus>

Press <Plus>   +         +
Press <Plus>   +         +
 
Press <Plus>   +         +

+

Press <Plus>   +         +
     
Press <Plus>   +         +
 
Press <Plus>   +         +
Press <Plus>   +         +

+

Press <Plus>   +         +

Press <Minus>

Press <Minus> _ +   _   _ +

_

Press <Minus> _ +   _   _ +
Press <Minus> _ +   _   _ +

+

Press <Minus> _ +   _   _ +
 

_

 
Press <Minus> _ +   _   _ +

_

Press <Minus> _ +   _   _ +

+

Press <Minus> _ +   _   _ +
     

_

         

_

   

_

     

4.5 Viewing Inputs and Outputs

Note

By default, all the inputs and outputs are accessible for all users.

Display Procedures In normal working mode, press <Enter> for 2 seconds and release it to
Display
Procedures
In normal working mode, press <Enter> for 2
seconds and release it to activate the Menu
mode.
Press <Enter> to confirm and proceed when
the icon is flashing.

Notes

The analogue input configured with the smallest device number will be first displayed with the measured value. For more information, please refer to <Chapter 16, Device/Signal List>.

To view other configured inputs/outputs, press <Plus> or <Minus>, and then press <Enter> to confirm.

4.6 Changing Setpoints (for end users)

Display

Procedures

In normal working mode, press <Enter> for 2 seconds and release it to activate the Menu mode.

Notes

When the icon is blinking, press <Plus> or 5 <Minus> to navigate to the menu,
When the
icon is blinking, press <Plus> or
5
<Minus> to navigate to the
menu, and
then press <Enter> to proceed.
to the menu, and then press <Enter> to proceed. Contents under the For end users, select

Contents under the

For end users, select ENd,and press <Enter > to proceed. For service men and factory users, select PWd,and press <Enter> to input the 4- digit password (See also Chapter 10.1 Accessing the Parameter Menu).

Parameter Menu may vary with the privilege right of the user.

For end users, parameters in the “ST” group will by default be displayed. Press <Plus>
For end users, parameters in the “ST” group
will by default be displayed.
Press <Plus> and <Minus> to navigate to the
parameter and press<Enter> to continue.

Or, continuously press <Esc> to exit out of the current level and back to the desired menu level.

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Note

Parameters in ST Group

For end users, parameters in other groups by default read NoNE.

The following list is parameters contained in the STgroup.

Para-

Descriptions

De-

Min.

Max.

Unit

Res

meter

fault

ST01

Setpoint of compressors in cooling mode (End User)

11.5

-40

30

ºC/ºF

0.1

ST02

Setpoint of compressors in heating mode (End User)

45

-40

60

ºC/ºF

0.1

ST03

Adjustable temperature band of compressor in Cooling mode

0.5

0

10

ºC/ºF

0.1

ST04

Adjustable temperature band of compressor in Heating mode

0.5

0

10

ºC/ºF

0.1

ST05

Adjustable time band for economic cooling/heating function

120

0

3600

Sec

 

ST06

Cooling setpoint in Economy Mode

13

ST01

30

ºC/ºF

0.1

ST07

Heating setpoint in Economy Mode

40

-40

ST02

ºC/ºF

0.1

ST08

Shift value of outside temperature (OT) setpoint in economic cooling function

35

20

50

ºC

0.1

ST09

Shift value of outside temperature (OT) band in economic cooling function

7

1

20

ºC

0.1

ST10

Shift value of setpoint band in economic cooling function

5

1

12

ºC

0.1

ST11

Shift value of outside temperature (OT) setpoint in economic heating function

2

-10

15

ºC

0.1

ST12

Shift value of outside temperature (OT) band in economic heating function

7

1

15

ºC

0.1

ST13

Shift value of setpoint band in economic heating function

5

1

12

ºC

0.1

 

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5 Configuration of Analog Inputs

Notes

5 Configuration of Analog Inputs Notes Only authorized staffs can access the “ IO ” parameter

Only authorized staffs can access the IOparameter group categorized under the menu and configure analog inputs.

categorized under the menu and configure analog inputs. It is recommended to configure all the parameters

It is recommended to configure all the parameters and values in Stop Mode of the controller.

When connecting the devices with the terminals(X1X6) for analogue inputs, please configure all relevant parameters to make sure that sensors can work properly. The main steps are as follows:

Selection of analog input signals Selection of sensor types Configuration of DIP switches Configuring analogue inputs as digital inputs (ON/OFF) Setting validity of analogue inputs (Configured as Digital Inputs)

For example: To configure terminal X1 to measure condenser pressure, do the following:

Go to _
Go to
_

_IO14, and set IO14 = 4 (condenser pressure).

Then, navigate to IO27 and indicate the type of pressure sensor by selecting a value

from the range 1 to 14

5.1 Selection of Signals

Note

By default, only factory users can access the parameters IO14 through IO19 and select analog signals.

After entering into the Menu mode, go to

IO14 through IO19. Set their values by selecting the numbers from 0 to 24.

Set their values by selecting the numbers from 0 to 24. _ , and navigate to

_

, and navigate to the parameters

Terminal

Parameter

Range

Code & Signal

Procedures

X1

IO14

07

0- Return temperature

Select parameter/parameter value with +/-. Continue/confirm with<Enter>.

X2

IO15

 

1- Supply temperature

X3

IO16

 

2- Condenser pressure

X4

IO17

 

3- Condenser temperature

X5

IO18

 

4- Defrost temperature

X6

IO19

 

5- Outside temperature

 
     

6- Evaporator temperature

Exit with <Esc>.

     

7- Compressor suction gas temperature

In addition, since all analogue inputs can be configured as digital inputs, the following values will be available.

824

8- Low pressure

 

9- High pressure

 

10- Flow switch

 

11- Indoor motor protection

 

12- Outside motor protection

 

13- Discharge high temperature protection

 

14- Compressor 1 protection (CP1)

 

15- Compressor 2 protection (CP2)

 

16- Power failure

 

17- (User definable) Manual Rest Alarm

 

18- (User definable) warning

 

19- (User definable) Auto Reset Alarm

 

20- Alarm for over water tank high level

 

21- Alarm for over water tank low level

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Terminal

Parameter

Range

Code & Signal

Procedures

     

22- Remote ON/OFF

 
     

23- Heating/Cooling

     

24-

Econom y mode

5.2 Selection of Sensor Types

Note

By default, both factory users and service men can access the parameters IO27 through IO32 and select the specific type of sensors that will be connected.

After entering into the Menu mode, go to

After entering into the Menu mode, go to _ , and navigate to the

_

After entering into the Menu mode, go to _ , and navigate to the

, and navigate to the

parameters from IO27 to IO32. Set their values by selecting the number from 1 to 14.

Notes

Entering the Parameter Menu requires user group identification and password authentication. See Also « Chapter 4.7. Accessing the Parameter Menu » for details.

Termi-

Para-

Range

Code & Sensor

nals

meter

X1

IO27

114

Temperature

- QAZ21.682/101 ( LG- Ni1K) with -50 C80 C measurement range

1

sensor

X2

IO28

   

- QAZ36.526/109 (NTC10K) with -25 C80 C measurement range

2

X3

IO29

 

Pressure

3 - QBE9101-P10U -19bar with 420mA output

sensor

X4

IO30

   

4 - QBE9101-P30U -129bar with 420mA output

X5

IO31

   

5 - QBE9101-P60U -159bar with 420mA output

X6

IO32

   

6 - QBE2001-P10U -19bar with 010V output

       

7 - QBE2001-P25U -124bar with 010V output

       

8 - QBE2001-P60U -159bar with 010V output

       

9 - QBE620-P40U 040bar with 010V output

       

10 - 2CP5 (0) 135.5bar with 010V output

       

11 - Reserved

       

12 - Reserved

     

Others

13 Reserved

       

14 Reserved

5.3 Configuring Analogu Inputs as Digital Inputs (ON/OFF)

RWR470.10 allows some analogue inputs to be connected as voltage-free digital inputs. The terminals X1 through X6 can be used after having configured the program and the corresponding DIP switches on the rear back board.

To do this, follow the steps below:

Configuration of DIP switches

Selection of digital input signals (see also Chapter 5.1 Selection of Analog Input

Signals) Setting validity of digital inputs

 

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5.3.1 Configuration of DIP Switches

To connect digital inputs with terminals X1through X5, set the corresponding DIP Switches as follows.

Terminal X6 can be connected with digital input, but has no requirement of DIP settings.

X1

X2

X3

X4

X5

 

Bit 4 of J1

Bit 5 of J1

Bit 6 of J1

DI

Off

Off

On

Bit 2 of J1

Bit 3 of J1

DI

Off

On

 

Bit 7 of J2

Bit 8 of J2

Bit 1 of J1

DI

Off

Off

On

Bit 4 of J2

Bit 5 of J2

Bit 6 of J2

DI

Off

Off

On

Bit 2 of J2

Bit 3 of J2

DI

Off

On

 

5.3.2 Selection of Digital Input Signals (X1X6)

Note

By default, only factory users can access the parameters IO14 through IO19 and select the specific devices that will be connected

IO19 and select the specific devices that will be connected _ To indicate the digital inputs

_

To indicate the digital inputs that will be connected, go to

to the parameters from IO14 to IO19. Select their values from the range 8 to 24.

, and navigate

Terminals

Para-

 

Code & Medium

 

meter

Range

Procedures

X1

IO14

824

8- Low pressure

 

X2

IO15

 

9- High pressure

X3

IO16

 

10- Flow switch

In parameter setting mode, select with +/- and confirm with <Enter>.

X4

IO17

 

11- Indoor motor protection

X5

IO18

 

12- Outside motor protection

X6

IO19

 

13- Discharge high temperature protection

     

14- Compressor 1 protection (CP1)

Exit with <Esc>

     

15- Compressor 2 protection (CP2)

     

16- Power failure

     

17- (User definable) Manual Rest Alarm

 
     

18- (User definable) warning

 
     

19- (User definable) Auto Reset Alarm

 
     

20- Alarm for over water tank high level

 
     

21- Alarm for over water tank low level

 
     

22- Remote ON/OFF

 
     

23- Heating/Cooling

 
     

24-

Econom y mode

 

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5.3.3

Setting Validity of Analog Inputs (When Configured as Digital Inputs)

Note

By default, only factory users and service men can access the parameters IO33 through IO38.

After selecting the corresponding digital signals that will be connected to terminals X1 through X6, navigate to the parameters IO33 through IO38, and set the true indicator of each input signal, as appropriate.

If 1 indicates TRUE, select 1, otherwise, select 0.

Terminals

Parameter

Range

Default

 

X1

IO33

0, 1

1

In parameter setting mode, select

X2

IO34

0, 1

1

with +/- and confirm with <Enter>.

X3

IO35

0, 1

1

X4

IO36

0, 1

1

X5

IO37

0, 1

1

X6

IO38

0, 1

1

 

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6 Configuration of Digital Inputs

Terminals D1 through D5 are used for digital inputs of this controller. To activate these terminals, please do the following:

Selection of digital input signals Setting validity of digital inputs

Notes

If this digital input is not configured, NoNEwill be displayed.

 

6.1

Selection of Signals

 

Notes

By default, only factory users can configure the following digital inputs that will connected to IO01 through IO05.

After entering into the Menu mode, go to

After entering into the Menu mode, go to

_

After entering into the Menu mode, go to _ , and navigate to the parameters

, and navigate to the parameters

from IO01 to IO05. Set their values by selecting from the numbers 8 to 24.

 

Terminals

Parameter

Range

Codes & Signals

 

D1

IO01

824

8- Low pressure

 

D2

IO02

 

9- High pressure

 

D3

IO03

 

10- Flow switch

 

D4

IO04

 

11- Indoor motor protection

 

D5

IO05

 

12- Outside motor protection

 
     

13- Discharge high temperature protection

   

14- Compressor 1 protection (CP1)

   

15- Compressor 2 protection (CP2)

   

16- Power failure

 
   

17- (User definable) Manual Rest Alarm

 
   

18- (User definable) warning

   

19- (User definable) Auto Reset Alarm

   

20- Alarm for over water tank high level

   

21- Alarm for over water tank low level

   

22- Remote ON/OFF

 
   

23- Heating/Cooling

 
   

24- Economy mode

 
 

6.2

Setting Validity of Digital Inputs

 

Notes

By default, both factory users and service men can access the parameters IO22 through IO26.

After selecting the digital signals, go to the parameters IO22 through IO26 and set the true indicator of each digital input, as appropriate. If 1 indicates True, select 1, otherwise, select 0.

Terminals

Parameter

Values

Default

D1

IO22

0, 1

1

D2

IO23

0, 1

1

D3

IO24

0, 1

1

D4

IO25

0, 1

1

D5

IO26

0, 1

1

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7 Configuration of Analog Outputs

Note

By default, only factory users can access the parameters IO20 through IO21.

After entering into the Menu mode, go to from IO20 to IO21.

After entering into the Menu mode, go to from IO20 to IO21. _ , and navigate

_

, and navigate to the parameters

For the terminals (Y1 and Y2) that are used for analogue outputs of this controller, the following devices can be connected.

Terminals

Parameters

Range

Codes & Devices

Y1

IO20

26

26- Outside fan driver

Y2

IO21

   
 

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8 Configuration of Digital Outputs

Two groups of terminals (Q14Q64 and Q74Q84) are used for digital outputs of this controller. To activate them, do the following:

Selection of digital output signals Setting validity of digital outputs (only for RV and DV)

8.1 Selection of Devices

Note

By default, only factory users can access the parameters IO06 through IO13 and select the devices that will be connected to Terminals Q14 through Q84.

After entering into the Menu mode, go to

After entering into the Menu mode, go to

_

After entering into the Menu mode, go to _ , and navigate to the parameters

, and navigate to the parameters

from IO06 to IO013. Set their values by selecting from the numbers 26 to 37.

 

Terminals

Parameters

Range

Code & Device

Q14

IO06

2637

26- compressor 1 ON/OFF

 

Q24

IO07

 

27- compressor 2 ON/OFF

 

Q34

IO08

 

28- solenoid valve (CV)