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W3000

Second Edition

INTERFACE MANUAL
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For software versions GA06 and higher Replaces C0240122-02-09-GB

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CLIMAVENETA S.p.A Via Sarson, 57C 36061 Bassano del Grappa(VI)-ITALY Tel. (+39) 0424 509 500 Fax. (+39) 0424 509 509 www.climaveneta.it mailto:info@climaveneta.it October 2009

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CONTENTS
CONTENTS .............................................................................................................................. 2 USE ......................................................................................................................................... 3 INTERFACING WITH THE FWS 3000 ...................................................................................... 4 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 Components required ............................................................................................................4 Installing the serial interface card ...........................................................................................4 Setting supervisor parameters ................................................................................................5 Setting up the supervisor network ..........................................................................................5 Components required ............................................................................................................6 Installing the serial interface card ...........................................................................................6 Setting supervisor parameters ................................................................................................7 Setting up the supervisor network ..........................................................................................7 Interface database (software releases GA06 and higher) ..........................................................8 Modbus Characteristics ........................................................................................................ 12 Components required .......................................................................................................... 14 Installing the serial interface card to the TREND system ......................................................... 14 Setting supervisor parameters .............................................................................................. 15 Setting up the supervisor network ........................................................................................ 15 Programming the TREND system serial interface card............................................................. 15 Meaning of variables............................................................................................................ 15 Components required .......................................................................................................... 16 Installing the serial interface card to the LONWORKS system .................................................. 16 Setting supervisor parameters .............................................................................................. 17 Setting up the supervisor network ........................................................................................ 17 Programming the LONWORKS system serial interface card ...................................................... 18 Components required .......................................................................................................... 20 Installing the serial interface card to the BACNET system........................................................ 20 Setting supervisor parameters .............................................................................................. 21 Setting up the supervisor network ........................................................................................ 21 Meaning of variables............................................................................................................ 21 AWG (American Wire Gauge) conversion table ....................................................................... 22

INTERFACING WITH THE BMS ( MODBUS ) ........................................................................... 6 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6

INTERFACING WITH THE TREND SYSTEM ........................................................................... 14 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6

INTERFACING WITH THE LONWORKS SYSTEM ................................................................... 16 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5

INTERFACING WITH THE BACNET SYSTEM ......................................................................... 20 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5

ATTACHMENTS ..................................................................................................................... 22 8.1

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Use

This document may only be used for the W 3000 SE or later versions of the electronically-controlled CLIMAVENETA units with GA06r05 software. Information on the revision of the electronic controller is shown in the unit menu which can be accessed as shown below. Press PRG to access the main machine.

Main Menu Manuf.

Access mask to main menu. Press UP or DOWN to scroll, ENTER to access.

Unit
Setpoint In/Out Clock

Access mask to user menu. Press "Up" or "Down" to scroll the other masks and "Esc" to return to the submenu.

Unit

W 3000 SE Cod. GA 06.05 GB

Mask indicating the installed software version (the example shows version GA 06r05)

HW pCO3 L NAND 32MB Flash 2MB + 2MB Ram 512KB Boot 4.03 Bios 4.30

The electronic controller may only be installed and programmed by adequately trained technical staff.

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Interfacing with the FWS 3000


3.1
Components required

MODBUS Serial interface card

Electronic control card. (Already fitted to the unit) The photos refer to the card with the highest number of terminals, but the procedure is identical for the smaller cards

3.2

Installing the serial interface card

The operations required to install and connect the components for interfacing the electronic controller with the FWS 3000 are shown below. The cards must not be powered during these operations.

Remove the Serial Card cover

Insert the MODBUS interface card for connection to the FWS 3000 in the slot.

Put back the cover.

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3.3

Setting supervisor parameters

To communicate with the FWS 3000, set the parameters as shown below. You must enter the user menu and, after having given the password, scroll to the masks described below.
En. from dig. input: On/Off: N Chiller/HP: N

Disabling external consents. (mask found in the Assistance menu, Adjustment submenu)

Serial line configuration: Supervision

Communication towards a supervisor system must be enabled.

Superv. enable: On/Off: Operating mode:

Y Y

Selects the on/off status and changes the operating mode of the unit through a supervision system. Supervisor enables must be set as shown to the left: On/off enable: Yes Operating mode enable Yes The supervisor connection parameters must be set as shown to the left: Protocol: Modbus Communication speed: 9600 baud or 192000 baud Unit ID: from 001 to 200 (default 11, )

Serial setting Protocol Modbus Speed 19200 baud ID 011

3.4

Setting up the supervisor network

The supervisor network must be set up as shown below.


R=120

SCREEN

SCREEN

2 FWS 3000

GND

Tx/Rx + Tx/Rx UNIT 1

Serial interface card

GND

Tx/Rx + UNIT xxx

Tx/Rx - Serial interface card

Fig.1 Take great care when connecting the serial line to the units. This is an RS485 serial line, based on a balanced differential communication line with a characteristic impedance of 120 ohm. The maximum length of the connection depends on the Baud-rate, background electrical noise, and the type and quality of the cable. Operation is generally guaranteed up to 1000 m. Use a twisted and shielded AWG 20/22 cable for the RS 485 serial line. The FWS 3000 and the Slaves are normally connected together in a chain configuration, with derivations from the line limited to about two metres. Star derivations with multiple connections to the devices must be avoided. It is important, particularly in long connections, for the last device to close the line, thus preventing reflection phenomena: to achieve this, simply add a 120 ohm resistance in parallel to the last slave. The shield of each connection cable must be connected to the relative GND terminal at both ends, but the ground connection must be made in just one point. In an extremely disturbed ambient, it may be best to ground the other GND terminals with a 10 nF 400V capacitor.

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Interfacing with the BMS ( MODBUS )


4.1
Components required

MODBUS Serial interface card

Electronic control card. (Already fitted to the unit) The photos refer to the card with the highest number of terminals, but the procedure is identical for the smaller cards

4.2

Installing the serial interface card

The operations required to install and connect the components for interfacing the electronic controller with the BMS are shown below. The cards must not be powered during these operations.

Remove the Serial Card cover

Insert the MODBUS interface card for connection to the BMS in the slot.

Put back the cover.

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4.3

Setting supervisor parameters

To communicate with BMS, set the parameters as shown below. You must enter the user menu and, after having given the password, scroll to the masks described below.
En. from dig. input: On/Off: N Chiller/HP: N

Disabling external consents. (mask found in the Assistance menu, Adjustment submenu)

Serial line configuration: Supervision

Communication towards a supervisor system must be enabled.

Superv. enable: On/Off: Operating mode:

Y Y

Selects the on/off status and changes the operating mode of the unit through a supervision system. Supervisor enables must be set as shown to the left: On/off enable: Yes Operating mode enable Yes Protocol: Modbus Communication speed: from 1200 baud to 19200 baud Unit ID: from 001 to 200

Serial setting Protocol Modbus Speed 9600 baud ID 011

4.4

Setting up the supervisor network

The supervisor network must be set up as shown below.

BMS
SCREEN SCREEN

R=120

GND

Tx/Rx + Tx/Rx UNIT 1

Serial interface card

GND

Tx/Rx + UNIT xxx

Tx/Rx - Serial interface card

Fig.2 Take great care when connecting the serial line to the units. This is an RS485 serial line, based on a balanced differential communication line with a characteristic impedance of 120 ohm. The maximum length of the connection depends on the Baud-rate, background electrical noise, and the type and quality of the cable. Operation is generally guaranteed up to 1000 m. Use a twisted and shielded AWG 20/22 cable for the RS 485 serial line. The serial connection is made with a single cable running from the BMS to the first (nearest) unit, from the first to the second (in order of distance), and so one. The serial cable must be kept separate from the power cables. A maximum of 200 units can be connected to the network.

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4.5

Interface database (software releases GA06 and higher)

Protocol Register/Coil addresses: Modbus - Standard Type protocol - Trend - Bacnet 001 000 B 002 001 B 004 003 B 005 004 B 006 005 B 007 006 B 009 008 B 010 009 B 011 010 B 012 011 B 40001 40002 40003 40004 40005 40006 40007 40008 40009 40010 40011 40012 40013 40014 40015 40016 40017 40018 40019 40020 40021 40022 40023 40041 40042 40043 40044 40045 40046 40047 40048 40049 40050 40051 40052 40053 40054 40055 40056 40057 40058 40059 40060 40061 40062 40063 40064 40065 40066 40067 000 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008 009 010 011 012 013 014 015 016 017 018 019 020 021 022 040 041 042 043 044 045 046 047 048 049 050 051 052 053 054 055 056 057 058 059 060 061 062 063 064 065 066 A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A

Flow

Description NOT MANAGED Unit status (0:Off - 1:On) Evaporator pump 1 status (0:Off - 1:On) Evaporator pump 2 status (0:Off - 1:On) Recuperator pump status (0:Off - 1:On) Condenser pump status (0:Off - 1:On) On/Off command from supervisor (0:Off - 1:On) Modify date/time and confirmation Enable time band settings from supervisor Enable operating mode change from supervisor NOT MANAGED Chiller temperature setpoint Heat pump temperature setpoint Recovery setpoint Temperature adjustment band Recovery adjustment band Evaporator inlet temperature Evaporator outlet temperature (average) Condenser inlet temperature Condenser outlet temperature (average) Recuperator inlet temperature Recuperator outlet temperature High pressure transducer 1 High pressure transducer 2 High pressure transducer 3 High pressure transducer 4 Low pressure transducer 1 Low pressure transducer 2 Low pressure transducer 3 Low pressure transducer 4 External air temperature Optional probe temperature Freecooling inlet temperature Revs (x10) demand to centrifuge comp./inverter 1 Revs (x10) demand to centrifuge comp./inverter 2 Revs (x10) demand to centrifuge comp./inverter 3 Revs (x10) demand to centrifuge comp./inverter 4 Power in KW of demand (x10) to centrifuge compressor Power in KW of demand (x10) to centrifuge compressor Power in KW of demand (x10) to centrifuge compressor Power in KW of demand (x10) to centrifuge compressor Power (x10) absorbed by centrifuge comp./inverter 1 Power (x10) absorbed by centrifuge comp./inverter 2 Power (x10) absorbed by centrifuge comp./inverter 3 Power (x10) absorbed by centrifuge comp./inverter 4 IGV position (%x10) of centrifuge comp. 1 IGV position (%x10) of centrifuge comp. 2 IGV position (%x10) of centrifuge comp. 3 IGV position (%x10) of centrifuge comp. 4 Internal inlet pressure (bargx10) to centrifuge comp. 1 Internal inlet pressure (bargx10) to centrifuge comp. 2 Internal inlet pressure (bargx10) to centrifuge comp. 3 Internal inlet pressure (bargx10) to centrifuge comp. 4 Inlet temperature (x10) of centrifuge comp. 1 Inlet temperature (x10) of centrifuge comp. 2 Inlet temperature (x10) of centrifuge comp. 3 Inlet temperature (x10) of centrifuge comp. 4 SCR temperature (x10) of centrifuge comp. 1 SCR temperature (x10) of centrifuge comp. 2 SCR temperature (x10) of centrifuge comp. 3

OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT IN / OUT IN / OUT IN / OUT OUT

IN / OUT IN / OUT IN / OUT IN / OUT IN / OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT

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Protocol Register/Coil addresses: Modbus - Standard Type protocol - Trend - Bacnet 40068 067 A 40069 068 A 40070 069 A 40071 070 A 40072 071 A 40073 072 A 40074 073 A 40075 074 A 40076 075 A 40077 076 A 40078 077 A 40079 078 A 40080 079 A 40081 080 A 40082 081 A 40083 082 A 40084 083 A 40129 40132 40133 40134 40135 40136 40137 40138 000 003 004 005 006 007 008 009 I I I I I I I I

Flow OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT

Description SCR temperature (x10) of centrifuge comp. 4 Outlet temperature (x10) of centrifuge comp. 1 Outlet temperature (x10) of centrifuge comp. 2 Outlet temperature (x10) of centrifuge comp. 3 Outlet temperature (x10) of centrifuge comp. 4 Cavity temperature (x10) of centrifuge comp. 1 Cavity temperature (x10) of centrifuge comp. 2 Cavity temperature (x10) of centrifuge comp. 3 Cavity temperature (x10) of centrifuge comp. 4 Temperature (x10) centrifuge comp. 1 inverter Temperature (x10) centrifuge comp. 2 inverter Temperature (x10) centrifuge comp. 3 inverter Temperature (x10) centrifuge comp. 4 inverter Compression ratio in absolute bar (x10) of comp. Compression ratio in absolute bar (x10) of comp. Compression ratio in absolute bar (x10) of comp. Compression ratio in absolute bar (x10) of comp.

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40139

010

40140 40141 40142

011 012 013

I I I

40143

014

NOT MANAGED Software release Software release (revision) Type of unit configuration (00:Chiller - 01:Chiller+recovery - 02:Chiller+freecooling - 10:Heat pump - 11:Heat pump+recovery - 21:Multi-use) OUT OUT N circuits OUT N compressors OUT N separation stages per compressor OUT Type of compressors (0:Centrifuge - 1:Hermetic - 2:Alternative - 3:Screw) Unit configuration status [1] (Bit0: 0:Heat pump disabled, 1:Heat pump enabled Bit1: 0:Quick Mind disabled, 1:Quick Mind enabled Bit2: 0:Input, 1:Output Bit3: 0:FreeeCooling disabled, 1:FreeCooling enabled Bit4: 0: --Bit5: 0: --Bit6: 0: --Bit7: 0: --Bit8: 0: --Bit9: 0: --Bit10: 0: --Bit11: 0:Recovery disabled, 1:Recovery enabled Bit12: 0: --Bit13: 0: --Bit14: 0: --Bit15: 0: --- ) OUT Unit configuration status [2] (Bit0: 0:Hour intervals disabled, 1:Hour intervals enabled Bit1: 0:Pumpdown disabled, 1:Pumpdown enabled Bit2: 0:Setpoint modification disabled, 1:Setpoint modification enabled Bit3: 0:Air cooling, 1:Water cooling Bit4: 0:Sequencer disabled, 1:Sequencer enabled Bit5 - Bit15: Not used) OUT Unit status (0:ON from keyboard - 1:ON from digital input - 2:ON from time bands 3:ON from supervisor - 4:OFF from alarm - 5:OFF from supervisor - 6:OFF from time bands - 7:OFF from digital input - 8:OFF from keyboard - 9:Manual mode 10:OFF) OUT Unit timer status (0:Error - 1:Starting - 2:Heating - 3:Unit start-up - 4:Switching off OUT 5:Compressor timing - 6:Pump/main fan timing) Operating mode Chiller (3:chiller) Chiller + freecooling (7:chiller - 8:chiller+fc) Chiller + recovery (2:chiller+rec - 3:chiller) Heat pump (3:chiller - 4:heatpump) All-in-one (0:auto - 1:recovery - 2:chiller+rec - 3:chiller) Heat pump with recovery (10:summer auto - 11:summer rec - 12:summer ch+rec IN / OUT 13:summer ch - 14:winter hp - 15:winter rec - 16:winter auto) OUT OUT

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Protocol Register/Coil addresses: Modbus - Standard Type protocol - Trend - Bacnet

Flow

Description

40144 40145 40146 40147 40148 40149 40150 40151 40152 40153 40154 40155

015 016 017 018 019 020 021 022 023 024 025 026

I I I I I I I I I I I I

40156

027

40157 40161 40162 40163 40164 40165 40166 40167 40168 40169

028 032 033 034 035 036 037 038 039 040

I I I I I I I I I I

Compressor 1 status (Bit0: 0:Configured, 1:Unconfigured Bit1: 0:Disabled, 1:Enabled Bit2: 0:OFF, 1:ON Bit3: 0:Pump-down inactive, 1:Pump-down active Bit4: 0:Alarm inactive, 1:Alarm active Bit5: 0:--- ,1:ON with 3 steps active; start for screw and centrifuge compressors Bit6: 0:--- ,1:ON with 2 steps active Bit7: 0:--- ,1:ON with 1 steps active Bit8: 0:--- ,1:ON entire Bit9: 0:--- ,1:chiller Bit10: 0:--- ,1:heat pump Bit11: 0:--- ,1:recovery Bit12: 0:--- ,1:defrosting Bit13: 0:--- ,1:freecooling Bit14: 0:--- ,1:dripping Bit15: 0:--- ,1:request) OUT OUT Compressor 2 status (see compressor 1 status) OUT Compressor 3 status (see compressor 1 status) OUT Compressor 4 status (see compressor 1 status) OUT Compressor 5 status (see compressor 1 status) OUT Compressor 6 status (see compressor 1 status) OUT Compressor 7 status (see compressor 1 status) OUT Compressor 8 status (see compressor 1 status) OUT Average hours compressors (thousands) OUT Average hours compressors (units) IN / OUT Year / Month IN / OUT Day / Hour / Minutes Pump codes (Bit0: 0: --- , 1:Enable pump 1 Bit1: 0: --- , 1:Enable pump 2 Bit2: 0: --- , 1:Enable recovery pump Bit3: 0: --- , Bit4: 0: --- , 1:Enable condenser pump Bit5: 0: --- , Bit6: 0: --- , Bit7: 0: --- , Bit8: 0: --- , 1:Pump 1 alarm Bit9: 0: --- , 1:Pump 2 alarm Bit10: 0: --- , 1:Recovery pump alarm Bit11: 0: --- , Bit12: 0: --- , 1:Condenser pump alarm Bit13: 0: --- , 1:Condenser flow or antifreeze alarm Bit14: 0: --- , 1:Unit no longer available -stop_by_alarmBit15: 0: --- , 1:Unit in alarm status but with requested pumps -no_stop_pump- ) OUT Flashing operating mode (Bit0: 0: --- , Bit1: 0: --- , Bit2: 0: --- , Bit3: 0: --- , Bit4: 0: --- , Bit5: 0: --- , Bit6: 0: --- , Bit7: 0:--- , 1:Unit with power limitation enabled Bit8: 0: --- , 1:Unit with antifreeze limitation enabled Bit9: 0: --- , 1:high temperatures pressure switch control active Bit10: 0: --- , 1:defrosting active Bit11 - Bit15: Not significant) OUT OUT Alarm code active (with higher priority) OUT Screw compressor model (0:Bitzer - 1:Hitachi - 2:Fu-Sheng - 3:Bitzer inverter) OUT Chiller thermoregulator demand (%) OUT Active power of chiller thermoregulator (%) OUT Available power of chiller thermoregulator (%) OUT Heat pump thermoregulator demand (%) OUT Active power of heat pump thermoregulator (%) OUT Available power of heat pump thermoregulator (%) OUT Recovery thermoregulator demand (%)

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Protocol Register/Coil addresses: Modbus - Standard Type protocol - Trend - Bacnet 40170 041 I 40171 042 I 40172 043 I 40173 044 I 40174 045 I 40175 046 I 40176 047 I 40177 048 I 40178 049 I 40183 054 I 40184 055 I 40185 056 I 40186 057 I 40187 058 I 40188 059 I 40189 060 I 40190 061 I 40191 062 I 40192 063 I 40193 064 I 40194 065 I 40195 066 I 40196 067 I 40197 068 I 40198 069 I 40199 070 I 40200 071 I 40201 072 I 40202 073 I 40203 074 I 40204 075 I 40205 076 I 40206 077 I 40207 078 I 40208 079 I 40209 080 I 40210 081 I 40211 082 I 40212 083 I 40213 084 I 40214 085 I 40250 121 I

Flow OUT OUT IN / OUT IN / OUT IN / OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT

Description Active power of recovery thermoregulator (%) Available power of recovery thermoregulator (%) Thermoregulator limitation in chiller mode (%) Thermoregulator limitation in heat pump mode (%) Thermoregulator limitation in recovery mode (%) RPM/10 centrifuge comp./inverter 1 Giri al minuto/10 comp. centrifugo/inverter 2 Giri al minuto/10 comp. centrifugo/inverter 3 Giri al minuto/10 comp. centrifugo/inverter 4 Compressor 1 hours (thousands) Compressor 1 hours (units) Compressor 2 hours (thousands) Compressor 2 hours (units) Compressor 3 hours (thousands) Compressor 3 hours (units) Compressor 4 hours (thousands) Compressor 4 hours (units) Compressor 5 hours (thousands) Compressor 5 hours (units) Compressor 6 hours (thousands) Compressor 6 hours (units) Compressor 7 hours (thousands) Compressor 7 hours (units) Compressor 8 hours (thousands) Compressor 8 hours (units) Three-phase input voltage of centrifuge compressor/inverter Three-phase input voltage of centrifuge compressor/inverter Three-phase input voltage of centrifuge compressor/inverter Three-phase input voltage of centrifuge compressor/inverter Current absorbed (/10) by centrifuge compressor 1 Current absorbed (/10) by centrifuge compressor 2 Current absorbed (/10) by centrifuge compressor 3 Current absorbed (/10) by centrifuge compressor 4 Surge threshold RPM (/10) of centrifuge comp. 1 Surge threshold RPM (/10) of centrifuge comp. 2 Surge threshold RPM (/10) of centrifuge comp. 3 Surge threshold RPM (/10) of centrifuge comp. 4 Choke threshold RPM (/10) of centrifuge comp. 1 Choke threshold RPM (/10) of centrifuge comp. 2 Choke threshold RPM (/10) of centrifuge comp. 3 Choke threshold RPM (/10) of centrifuge comp. 4 Pump speed % (x10) with VPF management

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4.6

Modbus Characteristics

Modicon Modbus protocol implemented as described in the document: Modicon Modbus protocol reference guide March 1992, PI Modbus-300 rev D. As regards serial communication with the Modbus protocol, the communication data are: - Speed: may be selected by software (see user menu, usually from 1200 to 19200 baud) - Data bits: 8 (not modifiable) - Stop bits: 2 (not modifiable) - Parity: None (not modifiable) - Flow Control: (establishes how the PC and the converter interact, no influence on the controller) - Start address, this is and not 0

Address: This is the supervision variable address in the electronic control unit. When using the addresses with the ModBus protocol, add 128 for whole variables. (e.g.: Software address 3 -> Modbus address 131 [128+3]) Type: B: Boolean variable (Coil for the Modbus protocol) I: Whole variable (Register for the Modbus protocol) A: Analogue variable (Register for the Modbus protocol) Flow: OUT: Read-only variable for the BMS IN / OUT: Read/write variable for the BMS Analogue variables are expressed with a decimal number (e.g.: 12.0 bar -> 120; 33.8 C -> 338). If a probe is in an alarm condition a value equal to -99.9 is sent. If a probe or a parameter is not configured a value equal to -88.8 is sent. If the BMS is connected to the units via an FWS 3000, the analogue, whole and digital variables with address 0 are considered as incorrect and return the ILLEGAL DATA ADDRESS error code. All the addresses not indicated in the database must not be used.

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Decoding by bit: Some whole variables must be transformed into 16 bit Boolean variables (one word) and decoded bit by bit. The value of each bit has a particular meaning. Note: If the value returned by the reading of the whole variable is negative, before converting the variable from whole to Boolean it is necessary to take the 1s complement (that is add 65536 to the negative whole value). Example 1: Compressor 2 status: address 16 -> Modbus address 144 [128+16] Whole value read by supervision: 530 As the value is positive, the 1s complement is NOT taken. Value converted into Boolean (16 bit): 530 0000001000010010 Decoding bit by bit (using the database):
Bit 0: Bit 1: Bit 2: Bit 3: Bit 4: Bit 5: Bit 6: Bit 7: Bit 8: Bit 9: Bit 10: Bit 11: Bit 12: Bit 13: Bit 14: Bit 15: 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Configured Enabled OFF Pump-down not active Alarm active --------chiller ----------not required

Example 2: Compressor 2 status: address 16 -> Modbus address 144 [128+16] Whole value read by supervision: -31994 As the value is negative, the 1s complement is taken. -31994 + 65536 = 33542 Value converted into Boolean (16 bit): 33542 1000001100000110 Decoding bit by bit (using the database):
Bit 0: Bit 1: Bit 2: Bit 3: Bit 4: Bit 5: Bit 6: Bit 7: Bit 8: Bit 9: Bit 10: Bit 11: Bit 12: Bit 13: Bit 14: Bit 15: 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 Configured Enabled ON Pump-down not active Alarm not active ------ON whole chiller ----------required

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Interfacing with the TREND system


5.1
Components required

The components required to interface the CLIMAVENETA units fitted with the electronic controller to the TREND system are described below. Software release GA04.04 or higher is required to interface the W 3000 with a Trend supervisor system. TREND Serial interface card. (Not supplied by CLIMAVENETA)

Electronic control card. Already fitted to the unit.

5.2

Installing the serial interface card to the TREND system

The operations required to install and connect the components for interfacing the electronic controller with the TREND system are shown below. The cards must not be powered during these operations.

Remove the Serial Card cover

Insert the TREND interface card for connection to the BMS in the slot.

Put back the cover.

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5.3

Setting supervisor parameters

To communicate with the TREND system, set the parameters as shown below. You must enter the user menu and, after having given the password, scroll to the masks described below.
En. from dig. input: On/Off: N Chiller/HP: N

Disabling external consents. (mask found in the Assistance menu, Adjustment submenu)

Serial line configuration: Supervision

Communication towards a supervisor system must be enabled.

En. from superv.: On/Off: Y Operating mode: Y

Selects the on/off status and changes the operating mode of the unit through a supervision system. Supervisor enables must be set as shown to the left: On/off enable: Yes Operating mode enable Yes The supervisor connection parameters must be set as shown to the left. Protocol: Trend Communication speed: 19200 baud Unit ID: 001

Serial setting Protocol Trend Speed 19200 baud ID 001

5.4

Setting up the supervisor network

The supervisor network is set up by TREND staff. N.B.: CLIMAVENETA will provide some files required by the TREND engineers to configure the network. A .CDE file will be supplied.

5.5

Programming the TREND system serial interface card

The interface boards are programmed by TREND engineers. The reference database for systems using the TREND networks is the one for the Modbus protocol.

5.6

Meaning of variables

Analogue variables are expressed with a decimal number (e.g.: 12.0bar -> 120; 33.8C -> 338). If a probe is in an alarm condition a value equal to -99.9 is sent. If a probe or a parameter is not configured a value equal to -88.8 is sent.

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Interfacing with the LONWORKS system


6.1
Components required

The components required to interface the CLIMAVENETA units fitted with the electronic controller to the LONWORKS system are described below.

LONWORKS Interface card.

Electronic control card. Already fitted to the unit. The photos refer to the card with the highest number of terminals, but the procedure is identical for the smaller cards

6.2

Installing the serial interface card to the LONWORKS system

The operations required to install and connect the components for interfacing the electronic controller with the LONWORKS system are shown below. The cards must not be powered during these operations.

Remove the Serial Card cover

Insert the LONWORKS interface card for connection to the BMS in the slot.

Put back the cover.

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6.3

Setting supervisor parameters

To communicate with the LONWORKS system, set the parameters as shown below. You must enter the user menu and, after having given the password, scroll to the masks described below.
En. from dig. input: On/Off: N Chiller/HP: N

Disabling external consents. (mask found in the Assistance menu, Adjustment submenu)

Serial line configuration: Supervision

Communication towards a supervisor system must be enabled.

En. from superv.: On/Off: Y Operating mode: Y

Selects the on/off status and changes the operating mode of the unit through a supervision system. Supervisor enables must be set as shown to the left: On/off enable: Yes Operating mode enable Yes The supervisor connection parameters must be set as shown to the left. Protocol: LonWorks Communication speed: 4800 baud Unit ID: 001

Serial setting Protocol LonWorks Speed 4800 baud ID 001

6.4

Setting up the supervisor network

The supervisor network is set up by LONWORKS staff. NB: CLIMAVENETA will provide the serial cards and some files required by the LONWORKS engineers to configure the network. A .NXE file and a .XIF file will be provided. The card is programmed by the technician developing the integration.

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6.5

Programming the LONWORKS system serial interface card

The reference database for systems using the LONWORKS networks is shown below:
Address 001 002 003 006 007 008 009 010 011 001 003 004 005 006 007 008 Type A A A A A A A A A B B B B B B B NV Type 105 105 105 105 105 105 105 105 105 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 Flow IN / OUT IN / OUT IN / OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT IN / OUT Description Chiller temperature setpoint Heat pump temperature setpoint Recovery setpoint Evaporator inlet temperature Evaporator outlet temperature (average) Condenser inlet temperature Condenser outlet temperature (average) Recuperator inlet temperature Recuperator outlet temperature Unit status (0:Off - 1:On) Evaporator pump 1 status (0:Off - 1:On) Evaporator pump 2 status (0:Off - 1:On) Recuperator pump status (0:Off - 1:On) Condenser pump status (0:Off - 1:On) Status of secondary pump for water/water unit with water side reversal (0:Off - 1:On) (no longer used) On/Off command from supervisor (0:Off - 1:On) Type of unit configuration (00:Chiller - 01:Chiller+recovery - 02:Chiller+freecooling - 10:Heat pump 11:Heat pump+recovery - 21:Multi-use) N circuits N compressors N separation stages per compressor Type of compressors (0:Centrifuge - 1:Hermetic - 2:Alternative - 3:Screw) Unit status (0:ON from keyboard - 1:ON from digital input - 2:ON from time bands - 3:ON from supervisor - 4:OFF from alarm - 5:OFF from supervisor 6:OFF from time bands - 7:OFF from digital input - 8:OFF from keyboard 9:Manual mode 10:OFF) Unit timer status (0:Error - 1:Starting - 2:Heating - 3:Unit start-up 4:Switching off - 5:Compressor timing - 6:Pump/main fan timing) Operating mode Chiller (3:chiller) Chiller + freecooling (7:chiller - 8:chiller+fc) Chiller + recovery (2:chiller+rec - 3:chiller) Heat pump (3:chiller 4:heatpump) All-in-one unit (0:auto -1:recovery - 2:chiller+rec - 3:chiller) Heat pump with recovery (10:summer auto - 11:summer rec - 12:summer ch+rec - 13:summer ch - 14:winter hp - 15:winter rec - 16:winter auto ) Compressor 1 status (Bit0: 0:Configured, 1:Unconfigured Bit1: 0:Disabled, 1:Enabled Bit2: 0:OFF, 1:ON Bit3: 0:Pump-down inactive, 1:Pump-down active Bit4: 0:Alarm inactive, 1:Alarm active Bit5: 0:--- ,1:ON with 3 steps active Bit6: 0:--- ,1:ON with 2 steps active Bit7: 0:--- ,1:ON with 1 steps active Bit8: 0:--- ,1:ON entire Bit9: 0:--- ,1:chiller Bit10: 0:--- ,1:heat pump Bit11: 0:--- ,1:recovery Bit12: 0:--- ,1:defrosting Bit13: 0:--- ,1:freecooling Bit14: 0:--- ,1:dripping Bit15: 0:--- ,1:request) Compressor 2 status (see compressor 1 status) Compressor 3 status (see compressor 1 status) Compressor 4 status (see compressor 1 status) Compressor 5 status (see compressor 1 status) Compressor 6 status (see compressor 1 status) Compressor 7 status (see compressor 1 status) Compressor 8 status (see compressor 1 status) Alarm code active (with higher priority)

005 006 007 008 009

I I I I I

8 8 8 8 8

OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT

012 013

I I

8 8

OUT OUT

014

IN / OUT

015 016 017 018 019 020 021 022 032

I I I I I I I I I

83 83 83 83 83 83 83 83 8

OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT

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Address 034 035 037 038 040 041 043 044 045 046 047 048 049

Type I I I I I I I I I I I I I

NV Type 81 81 81 81 81 81 81 81 81 102 102 102 102

Flow OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT IN / OUT IN / OUT IN / OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT

Description Chiller thermoregulator demand (%) Active power of chiller thermoregulator (%) Heat pump thermoregulator demand (%) Active power of heat pump thermoregulator (%) Recovery thermoregulator demand (%) Active power of recovery thermoregulator (%) Thermoregulator limitation in chiller mode (%) Thermoregulator limitation in heat pump mode (%) Thermoregulator limitation in recovery mode (%) RPM (/10) centrifuge compressor 1 RPM (/10) centrifuge compressor 2 RPM (/10) centrifuge compressor 3 RPM (/10) centrifuge compressor 4

Analogue variables are expressed with a decimal number (e.g.: 12.0bar -> 120; 33.8C -> 338). If a probe is in an alarm condition a value equal to -99.9 is sent. If a probe or a parameter is not configured a value equal to -88.8 is sent.

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Interfacing with the BACNET system


7.1
Components required

The components required to interface the CLIMAVENETA units fitted with the electronic controller to the BACNET system are described below. BACNET Serial interface card. As well as the BACNET MS/TP card (for RS485 network), the BACNET TCP/IP serial card is also available (from software version GA06r05)

Electronic control card. Already fitted to the unit. The photos refer to the card with the highest number of terminals, but the procedure is identical for the smaller cards

7.2

Installing the serial interface card to the BACNET system

The operations required to install and connect the components for interfacing the electronic controller with the BACNET system are shown below. The cards must not be powered during these operations.

Remove the Serial Card cover

Insert the BACNET interface card for connection to the BMS in the slot.

Put back the cover.

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7.3

Setting supervisor parameters

To communicate with the BACNET system, set the parameters as shown below. You must enter the user menu and, after having given the password, scroll to the masks described below.
En. from dig. input: On/Off: N Chiller/HP: N

Disabling external consents. (mask found in the Assistance menu, Adjustment submenu)

Serial line configuration: Supervision

Communication towards a supervisor system must be enabled.

En. from superv.: On/Off: Y Operating mode: Y

Selects the on/off status and changes the operating mode of the unit through a supervision system. Supervisor enables must be set as shown to the left: On/off enable: Yes Operating mode enable Yes Protocol: Bacnet Communication speed: 19200 baud Unit ID: from 001 to 200

Serial setting Protocol Bacnet Speed 19200 baud ID 001

7.4

Setting up the supervisor network

The supervisor network is set up by the technicians developing the BACNET interface. The interface database is the one for the Modbus protocol.

7.5

Meaning of variables

Analogue variables are expressed with a decimal number (e.g.: 12.0bar -> 120; 33.8C -> 338) If a probe is in an alarm condition a value equal to -99.9 is sent. If a probe or a parameter is not configured a value equal to -88.8 is sent.

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Attachments
8.1
AWG (American Wire Gauge) conversion table

Conversion : AWG number diameter in mm area in mm AWG n 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Diam. mm 7.350 6.540 5.830 5.190 4.620 4.110 3.670 3.260 2.910 2.590 2.300 2.050 1.830 1.630 1.450 Area mm 42.400 33.600 26.700 21.200 16.800 13.300 10.600 8.350 6.620 5.270 4.150 3.310 2.630 2.080 1.650 AWG n 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Diam. mm 1.290 1.150 1.024 0.912 0.812 0.723 0.644 0.573 0.511 0.455 0.405 0.361 0.321 0.286 0.255 Area mm 1.310 1.040 0.823 0.653 0.519 0.412 0.325 0.259 0.205 0.163 0.128 0.102 0.080 0.065 0.050

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