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TECHNICAL MANUAL W 3000

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Summary
SUMMARY...........................................................................................................................1 USING THE USER INTERFACE .............................................................................................4 DESCRIPTION OF MENUS ...................................................................................................5 3.1 SYMBOLS.................................................................................................................... 5

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UNIT INFORMATION...........................................................................................................6 SWITCHING THE UNIT ON AND OFF ...................................................................................6 5.1 SWITCHING THE UNIT ON AND OFF: .............................................................................. 6 5.1.1 On/Off button:............................................................................................................ 6 5.1.2 On/Off parameter: ...................................................................................................... 6 5.1.3 On/Off command from a digital input: ............................................................................ 6 5.1.4 Time bands: ............................................................................................................... 7 5.1.5 Supervision protocol:................................................................................................... 7 5.2 SETTING THE OPERATING MODE: .................................................................................. 8 5.2.1 Parameter: ................................................................................................................ 8 5.2.2 Sum/Win from digital input command: ........................................................................... 8 5.2.3 Recover from digital input command:............................................................................. 8 5.2.4 Supervision protocol:................................................................................................... 9 5.3 SETTING THE SET POINT: ............................................................................................. 9

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STATUS AND VALUE OF INPUTS AND OUTPUTS ..................................................................9 CLOCK ................................................................................................................................9 7.1 SETTING TIME BANDS:................................................................................................. 9

USER PROGRAMMING ....................................................................................................... 11 8.1 ADJUSTMENT: ........................................................................................................... 11 8.1.1 STEP INPUT ADJUSTMENT METHOD: ............................................................................ 11 8.1.2 QUICK MIND ADJUSTMENT METHOD:........................................................................... 13 8.1.3 ADJUSTMENT METHOD FOR CENTRIFUGAL COMPRESSORS: ............................................ 15 8.1.4 CONTINUOUS ADJUSTMENT METHOD FOR SCREW COMPRESSORS: ................................. 18 8.2 RECOVERY ................................................................................................................ 19 8.3 FREECOOLING ........................................................................................................... 20 8.3.1 FREECOOLING ACTIVATION/PERCENTAGE .................................................................... 20 8.3.2 FREECOOLING LOW TEMPERATURE CONTROL ............................................................... 20 8.3.3 FREECOOLING ADJUSTMENT WITH STEP VENTILATION .................................................. 20 8.3.4 FREECOOLING ADJUSTMENT WITH CONTINUOUS VENTILATION ...................................... 20

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MANUFACTURER PROGRAMMING ..................................................................................... 21 ALARMS............................................................................................................................ 21 PARAMETERS TABLE ......................................................................................................... 22 DIAGRAMS ....................................................................................................................... 57

12.1 CONDENSATION ADJUSTMENT..................................................................................... 57 12.1.1 CONTINUOUS STEP ................................................................................................. 57 12.1.2 STEP ..................................................................................................................... 57 12.1.3 CONTINUOUS ......................................................................................................... 57 13 PROCEDURE FOR TERMINAL CONFIGURATION ................................................................. 58

13.1 SETTING THE KEYBOARD ADDRESS.............................................................................. 58 13.2 SETTING INDIVIDUAL BOARD ADDRESSES.................................................................... 59 13.2.1 SETTING S OR M BOARD ADDRESSES ................................................................... 59 13.2.2 SETTING L OR XL BOARD ADDRESSES .................................................................. 60 13.3 CONFIGURING THE PLAN NETWORK ............................................................................. 61 13.3.1 PLAN NETWORK WITH OTHER APPLICATIONS.............................................................. 61 13.4 CONNECTING THE REMOTE KEYBOARD ......................................................................... 62 13.4.1 REMOTE KEYBOARD UP TO 200 m ............................................................................. 62

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13.4.2 REMOTE KEYBOARD FROM 200 m TO 500 m ............................................................... 63 13.4.3 SPECIAL NOTES ...................................................................................................... 64 14 ADDITIONAL CONFIGURATIONS ...................................................................................... 65

14.1 ADDRESSING EXPANSIONS ......................................................................................... 65 14.1.1 EXPANSIONS FOR HERMETIC COMPRESSORS .............................................................. 65 14.1.2 EXPANSIONS FOR SEMI-HERMETIC COMPRESSORS...................................................... 65 14.1.3 EXPANSIONS FOR CENTRIFUGAL COMPRESSORS ......................................................... 65 14.2 CONFIGURING ANALOGUE INPUTS ON S OR M BOARDS ............................................. 66 14.3 MOUNTING THE CLOCK BOARD.................................................................................... 66 14.4 MOUNTING THE SERIAL BOARD ................................................................................... 66 15 ANNEXES .......................................................................................................................... 67

ANNEX A: alarms table .......................................................................................................... 67 16 S BOARD INPUTS/OUTPUTS TABLE: .............................................................................. 70 Water/air chiller with S axial fans .............................................................................. 70 Water/air chiller with S centrifugal fans ...................................................................... 71 S water/water chiller................................................................................................ 72 S Evaporating unit ................................................................................................... 73

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M BOARD INPUTS/OUTPUTS TABLE: ............................................................................. 74 Water/air chiller with M axial fans .............................................................................. 74 Water/air chiller with M centrifugal fans ...................................................................... 75 M water/water chiller ............................................................................................... 76 M Evaporating unit .................................................................................................. 77

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L BOARD INPUTS/OUTPUTS TABLE FOR HERMETIC COMPRESSORS: ............................. 78 Water/air chiller with L axial fans............................................................................... 78 Water/air chiller with L centrifugal fans....................................................................... 79 L water/water chiller ................................................................................................ 80 L condensing unit .................................................................................................... 81 L evaporating unit ................................................................................................... 82

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EXPANSION BOARD INPUTS/OUTPUTS TABLE FOR HERMETIC COMPRESSORS: ............ 83 Expansion E Chiller with recovery. ............................................................................. 83 Expansion M for hermetic compressors, Multi-use units and Heat pumps with total recovery and air condensation. .............................................................................................. 84 Expansion M for hermetic compressors, Multi-use units and Heat pumps with total recovery and water condensation. .......................................................................................... 85 Expansion E for hermetic compressors and Chillers with freecooling................................ 86 Expansion E for hermetic compressors and Chillers with more than 4 compressors............ 87

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XL BOARD INPUTS/OUTPUTS TABLE: ............................................................................ 88 Water/air chiller with XL axial fans ............................................................................. 88 Water/air chiller with XL centrifugal fans..................................................................... 89 XL water/water chiller .............................................................................................. 90 XL Condensing unit.................................................................................................. 91 XL Evaporating unit ................................................................................................. 92

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EXPANSION BOARD INPUTS/OUTPUTS TABLE FOR SEMI-HERMETIC COMPRESSORS: ............................................................................................................ 93 Expansions E Chillers with heat pumps or two pumps. .................................................. 93 E expansions Chillers with set point variation or secondary set point. .............................. 94 Expansions E Chillers with recovery............................................................................ 95 Expansion M for semi-hermetic compressors, Multi-use units and Heat pumps with total recovery and air condensation................................................................................... 96 Expansion M for semi-hermetic compressors, Multi-use units and Heat pumps with total recovery and water condensation. ............................................................................. 97 Expansion E for semi-hermetic compressors, Chillers with freecooling. ............................ 98 Expansions E for semi-hermetic compressors, Condensing units or for alternative compressors, Chillers with four compressors on two circuits. ......................................... 99

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L BOARD INPUTS/OUTPUTS TABLE FOR CENTRIFUGAL COMPRESSORS: ..................... 100 Water/air chiller with L axial fans............................................................................. 100 Water/air chiller with L centrifugal fans..................................................................... 101

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L water/water units ............................................................................................... 102

ATTACHMENT F: HARDWARE .......................................................................................... 103 Hardware S .......................................................................................................... Hardware M .......................................................................................................... Hardware L........................................................................................................... Hardware XL......................................................................................................... Expansion E.......................................................................................................... 103 103 104 104 105

23.1 23.2 23.3 23.4 23.5

N.B.: The W3000 controller software is protected by a digital signature. This means that it can only work on boards supplied by Climaveneta and not on boards purchased from other dealers.

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USING THE USER INTERFACE

There are two types of user interface:

W3000

W 3000 compact

Depending on the type of user interface installed, there are more or less keys available for controlling the unit and for accessing system information. Key
W 3000 W 3000 compact

Description Accesses the main menu. Scrolls the masks and sets control parameter values. Scrolls the masks and sets control parameter values. Confirms data settings. Goes back one level in the mask tree if you are in the header masks, or returns to the unit controller. Displays the alarms and resets them. ----Directly accesses the set point menu. Switches the machine on and off.

The W 3000 also has the following indicator LED's: Symbol Colour Green Red Green Green Green Description If the LED shines steady the compressor is on, if it flashes the compressor is demanded The compressor is blocked by a compressor or circuit alarm The compressor is in the chiller mode The circuit is in the freecooling mode The compressor is in the heat pump mode

If the LED shines steady the circuit is in the recovery mode, if it flashes Green there is a recovery alarm If the LED shines steady the circuit is in the defrost mode, if it flashes it is Green in the drip mode The red LED to the right of the display indicates that an alarm is active.

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DESCRIPTION OF MENUS
Power On

The tree diagram for accessing the masks is shown below.

Menu Tasto Key Men

Alarm Tasto Alarm Key

Thermoregulator Termoregolatore
/ Esc / Esc

Alarm menu Men Alarm

Unit menu Selezione selection Men unit


/

Esc /

Men unit Unit menu

Esc

Setpoint Selezione menu Men setpoint selection


/

Esc /

Setpoint menu Men setpoint

Esc

Selezione I/O menu Men I/O selection /

Esc /

I/O menu Men I/O

Esc

Clock menu Selezione selection Men orologio


/

Esc /

Clock menu Men orologio

Esc

Selezione User menu Men utente selection /

Esc /

User Password password utente


Esc

User menu Men utente

Esc

Manufacturer Selezione menu selection Men costruttore


/

Esc /

Password Factory costruttore password Esc

Manufacturer Men costruttore menu

3.1 SYMBOLS
Symbol Off Ch nr Ch Ch+R Hp nr Hp R nr R Pd Defr Drip Bands Fcool Limit Description Unit/circuit off Chiller circuit not demanded by thermoregulator Chiller circuit demanded by thermoregulator Chiller circuit plus recovery demanded by thermoregulator Heat pump circuit not demanded by thermoregulator Heat pump circuit demanded by thermoregulator Recovery only circuit not demanded by thermoregulator Recovery only circuit demanded by thermoregulator Circuit in Pump-down mode Circuit in defrost mode Circuit in drip mode Time bands active Unit in free-cooling mode Power limit active (demand limit)

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UNIT INFORMATION

The unit menu contains information about the unit and the circuits. This information, such as temperatures, pressures and circuit statuses, is described in greater detail in the following paragraphs.

SWITCHING THE UNIT ON AND OFF

The unit can be switched on and off from the main mask .

5.1 SWITCHING THE UNIT ON AND OFF:


IMPORTANT: connect the unit to the power supply at least 8 hours before starting it; if this is not done, the guarantee will become null and void. There are various ways of switching the unit on and off:

5.1.1 On/Off button:


SWITCHING ON: press the ON/OFF key. SWITCHING OFF: press the ON-OFF key.

5.1.2 On/Off parameter:


The Com: On/Off parameter is displayed in the main mask. Off means that the unit is switched off while On means that the unit is switched on. SWITCHING ON: Move to the On/Off parameter by pressing Enter and then press Up or Down until On appears. Press Enter again to confirm. If On continues to be displayed it means that the unit has been switched on. SWITCHING OFF: Move to the On/Off parameter and change to Off using the same procedure used to switch the unit on. Press Enter again to confirm. If Off continues to be displayed it means that the unit has been switched on.

(only if the digital input is fitted) Check that the On/Off enable from digital input parameter in the user menu is set to Yes. When the contact is open the unit is Off, when the contact is closed the unit is On. SWITCHING ON: Close the remote On/Off contact. The On from digital input message appears in the main mask to show that the unit has been switched on. SWITCHING OFF: Open the remote On/Off contact. The Off from digital input message appears in the main mask to show that the unit has been switched off.

5.1.3 On/Off command from a digital input:

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(only if the clock board is fitted) Make sure that the Clock board not installed mask does not appear in the clock menu . Check that the Time bands enable parameter in the user menu is set to Yes. SWITCHING ON: Set the required switching on time in the clock menu. The unit switches on when the set time is reached. The On from time bands message appears in the main mask to show that the unit has been switched on. NB.: The unit does not switch on if it is set to Off from keypad or Off from digital input. SWITCHING OFF: Set the required switching off time in the clock menu. The unit switches off when the set time is reached. The Off from time bands message appears in the main mask to show that the unit has been switched off.

5.1.4 Time bands:

(only if the serial board is fitted) Check that the Supervisor enable and On/Off enable from supervisor parameters in the user menu are set to Yes. SWITCHING ON: Send the switching on command from the protocol. The On from supervisor message appears in the main mask to show that the unit has been switched on. NB.: The unit does not switch on if it is set to Off from keypad or Off from digital input. SWITCHING OFF: Send the switching off command from the protocol. The Off from supervisor message appears in the main mask to show that the unit has been switched off. N.B.: order of priority of the various procedures: on/off from keypad on/off from parameter on/off from digital input on/off from time bands on/off from protocol

5.1.5 Supervision protocol:

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5.2

SETTING THE OPERATING MODE:

There are various ways of setting the operating mode of the unit: CAUTION: CAUTION: Do not switch temperature is Do not switch temperature is from the summer to winter mode unless the input water above 15C. from the winter to summer mode unless the input water below 30C.

The set operating mode may be any one of the following, as long as they are compatible with the unit: Operating mode chiller chiller+rec heat pump summer ch summer ch+rec summer rec recovery summer auto winter hp winter rec winter auto auto Description Chiller Chiller plus recovery Heat pump Chiller in summer mode Chiller plus recovery in summer mode Recovery in summer mode Recovery alone Automatic in summer mode Heat pump in winter mode Recovery in winter mode Automatic in winter mode Automatic

5.2.1 Parameter:
Access the set point menu and display the Operating mode parameter. SETTING: Make sure the unit is set to Off. Move to the Operating mode parameter by pressing Enter and modify the parameter by pressing Up or Down. Press Enter again to confirm. If the set message continues to be displayed it means that operating mode has been changed.

(only in the heat pump units and only if the digital input is fitted) Check that the Sum/Win enable from digital input parameter in the user menu is set to Yes. SETTING: When the contact is open the unit is in the winter mode, when the contact is closed the unit is in the summer mode. Switching the digital input switches the unit off, changes the operating mode and switches the unit on again.

5.2.2 Sum/Win from digital input command:

(only in the chiller+rec units and only if the digital input is fitted) Check that the Recovery enable from digital input parameter in the recovery menu is set to Yes. SETTING: When the contact is open the unit is in the chiller+rec mode, when the contact is closed the unit is in the chiller mode. Switching the digital input switches the unit off, changes the operating mode and switches the unit on again.

5.2.3 Recover from digital input command:

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(only if the serial board is fitted) Check that the Supervisor enable and Operating mode enable from supervisor parameters in the user menu are set to Yes. SETTING: Check that the unit is set to Off. Send the change operating mode command from the protocol. The operating mode only changes if the unit is switched off.

5.2.4 Supervision protocol:

N.B.: order of priority of the various procedures: change mode from parameter sum/win from digital input ch/ch+rec from digital input change mode from protocol

5.3

SETTING THE SET POINT:

Different set points can be set depending on the available operating modes (chiller, heat pump and recovery). Secondary set point values can also be set for chiller and heat pump operation (only if the digital input is fitted and the secondary set point function is enabled in the user menu).

STATUS AND VALUE OF INPUTS AND OUTPUTS

The In/Out menu shows the status of the digital inputs and values read from the analogue inputs. It also shows the status of the digital outputs and the voltage supplied to the analogue outputs. If expansions are necessary (depending on the configuration parameters), the inputs and outputs of the latter are also shown.

CLOCK

The date and time can be set in the clock menu (only if the clock board is fitted).

7.1

SETTING TIME BANDS:

Time bands can be set and different operating methods and set points specified depending on requirements. Several time bands (up to 5) can be set during the day. The beginning of the first band is set to 00:00 and the end of the fifth band is set to 23:59; the end of one band determines the beginning of the following one. To use a smaller number of bands, set the time a band ends to the same time it begins, and that band will be ignored. Summer and winter set points and unit On/Off switching can be set for each time band. If the unit is switched Off, it will remain in the Off from time bands mode.

E.g.:

Adjustment

Unit off

Setpoint [C]

10,0

5,0

5,5

6,0

6,5

7,0

7,5

8,0

8,5

9,0

9,5

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Type-A time bands

10

0. 00 1. 00 2. 00 3. 00 4. 00 5. 00 6. 00 7. 00 8. 00 9. 0 10 0 .0 11 0 .0 12 0 .0 13 0 .0 14 0 .0 15 0 .0 16 0 .0 17 0 .0 18 0 .0 19 0 .0 20 0 .0 21 0 .0 22 0 .0 23 0 .0 24 0 .0 0

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USER PROGRAMMING

Parameters relative to user programming of the unit can be displayed and set in the user menu. General information is given below.

8.1 ADJUSTMENT:
A choice may be made between STEP adjustment and QUICK MIND adjustment. The latter is not available in units with recovery, freecooling units and energy raiser units. For the latter, the unit can also be adjusted to the INPUT or OUTPUT water temperature.

8.1.1 STEP INPUT ADJUSTMENT METHOD:


Examples of adjustments

SUMMER ESTATE N=2 (n (n steps) N=2 gradini)

Set proportional band /2 Set++ banda proporzionale /2 Set + proportional band Set + banda proporzionale

100%

50%

Tin Set banda proporzionale proportional band

The following table shows, according to the number of steps, the set point and proportional band values normally used. The theoretical minimums and maximums for outlet water indicated in the table are based on operation with rated flows and therefore with a temperature difference at the evaporator of 5C. N steps 2 4 Set point (C) 9.5 7 Proportional band (C) 2.5 5 Min. theoretical outlet T 5.7 5.7 Max. theoretical outlet T 10.8 8.3

there must be enough water in the system to ensure a litre / kW ratio greater than or equal to 11.

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WINTER INVERNO N=2(n (ngradini) steps) N=2

Set+ + banda proportional band /2 / 2 Set proporzionale Set+ +banda proportional band Set proporzionale

100%

50%

Tin banda proporzionale proportional band Set

The following table shows, according to the number of steps, the set point and proportional band values normally used. The theoretical minimums and maximums for outlet water indicated in the table are based on operation with rated flows and therefore with a temperature difference at the evaporator of 5C. N steps 2 4 Set point (C) 42.5 45 Proportional band (C) 2.5 5 Min. theoretical outlet T 41.2 43.7 Max. theoretical outlet T 46.3 46.3

there must be enough water in the system to ensure a litre / kW ratio greater than or equal to 11.

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8.1.2 QUICK MIND ADJUSTMENT METHOD:


QUICK MIND is a self-adapting algorithm for adjusting the temperature of the water treated by a chiller. The following figure shows how this adjustment is made: SUMMER ESTATE

Compressors compressori deactivated Disattivazione DEAD AREA ZONA NEUTRA

Compressors activated Attivazione compressori

Tin/Tout

Setpoint

WINTER INVERNO

Compressors activated Attivazione compressori DEAD AREA ZONA NEUTRA

Compressors deactivated Disattivazione compressori


Tin/Tout

Setpoint

The set point remains within a dead area. If the temperature also remains within this area, no change is made to the number of active compressors. When the temperature leaves the neutral zone following a change in system load, the compressors are either activated or deactivated in order to return the temperature to the dead area. The amplitude of the dead area depends on the dynamic characteristics of the system and, in particular, on the amount of water it contains and the load. The self-adapting algorithm is able to measure system dynamics and calculate the minimum dead area in order to respect compressor activation times and the maximum number of start-ups per hour. Both return and delivery temperatures can be adjusted. Users only need set the required set point as the other parameters are adapted to the system by the Quick Mind algorithm. The values normally used are: Chiller SET POINT 7 C Heat pump SET POINT 45 C Special functions are also present which reduce the number of compressor start-ups in the event of very low loads or start-ups of units with significantly higher or lower temperatures than the set point. The following table shows, depending on the water content of the system, the maximum theoretical delivery water temperature ranges at constant partial load:

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2 compressors - Maximum permitted number of start-ups per hour 8 10.5 9.5 8.5 7.5 6.5 Litres / kW 3.2 3.2 3.4 3.4 3.6 out 2 compressors - Maximum permitted number of start-ups per hour 12 10.5 9.5 8.5 7.5 6.5 Litres / kW 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.2 3.2 out 4 compressors - Maximum permitted number of start-ups per hour 8 10.5 9.5 8.5 7.5 6.5 Litres / kW 1.8 1.8 1.8 1.8 1.8 out 4 compressors - Maximum permitted number of start-ups per hour 12 10.5 9.5 8.5 7.5 6.5 Litres / kW 1.8 1.8 1.8 1.8 1.8 out

5.5 3.8 5.5 3.4

4.5 4.0 4.5 3.6

3.5 4.4 3.5 3.8

2.5 5.2 2.5 4.3

5.5 1.9 5.5 1.9

4.5 2.0 4.5 2.0

3.5 2.3 3.5 2.3

2.5 2.7 2.5 2.7

The following graph shows an example of real data acquired during operation with the Quick Mind adjuster on the delivery side:

Fase di avviamento controllato Adattamento zona neutra Temperatura uscita evaporatore Temperatura ingresso evaporatore 1 compressore attivo 2 compressori attivi

= = = = = =

Controlled starting phase Adaptation to dead area Outlet temperature of evaporator Inlet temperature of evaporator 1 compressor active 2 compressors active

This is an example of start-up with a very high initial temperature compared with the set point (7C). About 10 seconds after data acquisition began, one compressor switches on. The second compressor does not switch on immediately as the algorithm which handles start-up checks if one compressor is enough to return delivery temperature to the set point and avoid unnecessary start-ups. As the delivery temperature is still at 12 C after about 200 seconds, the second compressor is also switched on, otherwise it would take too long to reach set point. Following the controlled starting phase, the delivery temperature falls until it enters the dead area. The algorithm (at 350 seconds) begins to adapt the amplitude of the dead area in order to respect compressor safety times. As can be seen, the dead area is later reduced (at 780 and 950 seconds) to the absolute minimum amplitude which allows safety times to be respected. As can be seen, the compressors are activated and deactivated when the output temperature reaches the upper or lower limits of the dead area. The example shows that output temperature varies by about 3.5 C during regular operation.

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8.1.3 ADJUSTMENT METHOD FOR CENTRIFUGAL COMPRESSORS:


The W3000 controller can manage units with centrifugal compressors. The units are adjusted continuously with steps for activating the compressors. Some diagrams outlining how this works are shown below. Suppose we have a single compressor unit. When the system return temperature lies in zone A (Figure 1) or less than the set point, the compressor is off. The amplitude of zone A normally coincides with the temperature difference at the evaporator with the compressor running at minimum power.
set point + proportional band banda proporzionale Tin [C]

start compressor 1 start 1 compressore

set point

A
t [min]

ON

OFF

FIGURE 1 When the return temperature exceeds zone A (Figure 2), the compressor is switched on and then switches off if the temperature falls below the set point.
set point + proportional band banda proporzionale Tin [C]

start compressor 1 start 1 compressore


set point

A
t [min]

ON

OFF

FIGURE 2

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If the return temperature lies in zone B (Figure 3), the power of the compressor is modulated according to system requirements.
set point + proportional band banda proporzionale Tin [C]

B
start compressor 1 start 1 compressore

set point t [min] ON

OFF
Power [kW] Pass [Kw]

max

min

Figure 3 Adjustment example with 1 compressor Esempio di regolazione 1 compressore

[kW][Kw] Absorbed Potenza power assorbita

Max

Min

0% Set point

% % compressor accensione switch-on compressore

100 %
Set Set point + Banda point + proporzionale Proportional band

[%] Richiesta del Thermoregulator termoregolatore request

Min = potenza elettrica teorica assorbita daby a Min. = minima minimum theoretical electrical power absorbed compressor un compressore Max.= maximum theoretical electrical power absorbed by a Max = massima potenza elettrica teorica assorbita compressor da un compressore

FIGURE 4 For units with more than one compressor (Figure 5), the amplitude of zone A coincides with the temperature difference at the evaporate, with all the compressors running at minimum power. Zone A is the sum of the zones of each single compressor (A1+A2+). When the temperature lies in one of the An zones, the power of the active compressors is modulated according to system requirements. When moving from an An zone to the one just above it, the active compressors are taken to minimum power while waiting for the next one to be switched on. After that, they continue to be modulated in the new zone. When moving from an An zone to the one just below it, one of the compressors is switched off while the others are kept at a minimum.

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Setpoint set point ++ proportional band banda proporzionale

Tin [C]

start 2 startcompressor 2 compressore start 1 startcompressor 1 compressore

A2 A A1
Pass [Kw] Power [kW] t [min]

set point max

Compr.1

min

max

Pass [Kw] Power [kW]

Compr.2 min

FIGURE 5 Adjustment example with 2 compressors Esempio di regolazione 2 compressori


Absorbed Potenza power assorbita

Max

2x Min Min

0% accensione 1 % %compressor accensione 2 %% compressor compressore 2 compressore switch-on Set point 1 switch-on

100% 100 % Set point + Band Set point + Banda

FIGURE 6

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8.1.4 CONTINUOUS COMPRESSORS:

ADJUSTMENT

METHOD

FOR

SCREW

The set point remains within a neutral area. If the temperature also remains within this zone, no change is made to the number of active compressors or their load percentages (position of modulating chamber). When the temperature exceeds zone B following a change in the system load, the compressors are turned on at full power in order to return the temperature to the neutral zone. Inside zone B, compressor power is modulated to return the temperature to the neutral zone (ZM). When the temperature falls below zone C following a change in the system load, the compressors are either deactivated in order to return the temperature to the neutral zone. Inside zone C, compressor power is modulated to return the temperature to the neutral zone (ZN). The amplitude of the neutral zone depends on the dynamic characteristics of the system and, in particular, on the amount of water it contains and the load. The self-adapting algorithm is able to measure system dynamics and calculate the minimum dead area in order to respect compressor activation times and the maximum number of start-ups per hour.

Tout [C]

B (incremento) (increase)
set point

ZN

t [min]
(decrease) C (decremento)

Modulating adjustment is only available on Bitzer compressors.

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8.2 RECOVERY
The following graph shows an example of the recovery function of a unit with 4 compressors.

100% 75%

50% 25%

Banda regolazione recupero Recovery adjustment band


Recovery Setpoint setpoint recupero

T.Rec [C]

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8.3 FREECOOLING
8.3.1 FREECOOLING ACTIVATION/PERCENTAGE
% apertura valve aperture valvola 100% Valvolavalve On/Off - -On/Off
- -Modulating valve Valvola modulante

Ext. T T ext.

Delta

Fcool T T fcool.

8.3.2 FREECOOLING LOW TEMPERATURE CONTROL


On/OffOn/Off valve --Valvola Modulating valve --Valvola modulante

% apertura valve valvola aperture

100%
in. T T. in

Diff. Offset

Chiller Setpoint setpoint Chiller

Example of freecooling adjustment with 8 fans

8.3.3 FREECOOLING ADJUSTMENT WITH STEP VENTILATION


% richiesta demand

n. step step n

Step speed velocit adjustment Regolazione a step

T. in in. T
Dynamic Setpoint setpoint Dinamico Dynamic freecooling band Banda dinamica di freecooling Chiller Setpoint setpoint Chiller

8.3.4 FREECOOLING ADJUSTMENT WITH CONTINUOUS VENTILATION


Continuous speed adjustment Regolazione velocit continua

% richiesta demand

100%

T. in in. T
Dynamic Setpoint setpoint Dinamico Dynamic freecooling band Banda dinamica di freecooling Chiller Setpoint setpoint Chiller

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MANUFACTURER PROGRAMMING

Parameters relative to manufacturer programming of the unit can be displayed and set in the manufacturer menu. The tree diagram of the manufacturer menu is shown below.
Selezionemenu Manufacturer Men costruttore selection Esc / Men costruttore Manufacturer menu / Esc Selezionemenu Configuration Menselection configurazione / Esc
Global menu Selezione selection Men globale

Esc /

Configuration menu Men configurazione

Esc /

Men globale Global menu

/ Esc
Pumps menu Selezione selection Men pompe

Esc /

Men pompe Pumps menu

/ Esc Selezione Compressor menu Men compressori selection / Esc


Valves menu Selezione selection Men valvole

Esc /

Compressor menu Men compressori

Esc /

Men valvole Valves menu

/ Esc Selezione Recovery menu Men recupero selection / Esc Selezione Subcooling menu Men sottoraffredd. selection / Esc
Condensation Selezionemenu Menselection condensazione

Esc /

Men recupero Recovery menu

Esc /

Subcooling menu Men sottoraffredd.

Esc /

Condensation menu Men condensazione

/ Esc Selezione Freecooling menu Men freecooling selection / Esc


Defrosting Selezione menu selection Men sbrinamento

Esc /

Freecooling Men freecooling menu

Esc /

Defrosting menu Men sbrinamento

/ Esc Selezione Alarms menu Men sicurezze selection / Esc Selezione Assistance menu Men assistenza selection / Esc Selezione Initialisation menu Men selection inizializzazione / Esc /
Initialisation menu Men inizializzazione

Esc /

Alarms menu Men sicurezze

Esc /

Assistance menu Men assistenza

10 ALARMS
Press the ALARM key once to enter the alarms menu and view the alarm message along with its code. If there is more than one alarm, scroll the menu using the Up and Down keys. To reset the alarm, press the ALARM key again and HOLD IT DOWN until No alarm active is displayed. If the message does not appear it means that one or more alarm conditions are still active. Press any other key to exit from this menu. See ANNEX A for the list of alarm codes.

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11 PARAMETERS TABLE
Para n

Mask Com. : ON AL152 Mode : chiller Status: ON keybd. LIMIT ID:011 U:01

Description of mask Main display mask. Shows the operating mode and status. The unit can be switched on and off with the On/Off command: press "Enter" to move to "Com. :", press "Up" or "Down" to select the command and press "Enter" again to confirm. Also displays messages: ALxxx : an alarm is present, Sxxx : a signal is present, "U:xx" : shows the unit configuration address, "ID:xxx" : shows the supervision address of the unit, Various symbols describing unit status may also appear. Shows the request of the controller and the operating percentage of the unit for cool/heat and recovery (if possible). Also shows pump time.

001

Description of parameter On/Off from parameter

Default U.M. n 0

Min.

Max.

Therm. Req. Act. Cool. 042 050 % Rec. 040 050 % Pump time 010s Temp. In. Out. Evap. 12.5 07.0C Rec. 35.6 40.5C Cond. 38.0 42.5C Temp. In. Out. Evap. 12.5 07.0C Evap1 07.2C Evap2 06.9C Temp. In. Out. Cond. 24.3 22.4C Cond.1 22.3C Cond.2 22.4C

Shows the inlet and outlet water temperature. (evaporator, recuperator and condenser are only displayed if they are fitted).

Config.
002 003 004 005 006

(if 2 evaporators are fitted) Shows the inlet and outlet temperatures of the evaporator or condenser (depending on the summer or winter operating mode) and the outlet temperatures of the two evaporators. (if 2 condensers are fitted) Shows the inlet and outlet temperatures of the evaporator or condenser (depending on the summer or winter operating mode) and the outlet temperatures of the two condensers. Access mask to user configuration submenu. Press "Up" or "Down" to scroll the other masks and "Esc" to return to the submenu. Type of unit (0:chiller - 1:heat pump - 2:multiuse)

Unit: Type : chiller Compressors : Type : hermetic

Mask for setting the type of unit and compressors.

0 1 2
N compressors per circuit

0
n n

P901 P925 P902 1 1


N separation stages per compressor n

Circuits:

Sets the number of circuits in the unit

Type of compressors (0:Centrifugal - 1:hermetic 2:semi-hermetic - 3:screw) N circuits

P903 1 0
n

: 2

N compressors per circuit : N sep. stages per compressor :

Sets the number of compressors per circuit and the number of separation stages per compressor.

P904 0 P905

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Mask Condensation type : water N : 2 Reversal : water

Description of mask Para n Sets the type of condensation (for evaporating units set 007 none). For water-cooled units, select the number of condensers. For water-cooled heat pumps set the type of circuit reversal (water-side or freon-side reversal). Description of parameter Condensation type (0:none - 1:air - 2:water)

Default U.M. n 1

Min.

Max.

N condensers n n n Reversal side for chiller-heat pump (0:water 1:freon ) Fan type (0:axial - 1:centrifugal)

008 009 010 011


N evaporators N evaporating banks Evaporation type (0:none - 1:water - 2:air)

1 0 0 1

1 0

2 1

Fan Type : axial

Selects the type of ventilation used, only for air-cooled units.

Evaporation type : water N : 1

Selects the type of evaporation and the number of evaporators. (For evaporating units set the number of evaporators to 0)

1
n

Evaporating banks: N : 1

Sets the number of evaporating banks, only for evaporating units.

012 013 014 015

1 2 3 0

0 1
n

P906 2 0
n

Refrigerant: Type : R407c

Sets the type of refrigerant used.

Type of freon (0: R22 - 1: R134a - 2: R404a 3: R407c - 4: R410a 5: R507c - 6: R290 - 7: R600 8: R600a - 9: R717 - 10: R744) Recovery enable (0:disabled - 1:enabled)

10

Recovery: Enabled: S Subcooling: Enabled: S

Enables recovery and, where applicable, subcooling.

Subcooling enable (0:disabled - 1:enabled) Freecooling enable (0:disabled- 1:enabled)

Freecooling: Enabled: S

Enables freecooling control.

016 017

0 0

Global.
018

Access mask to user global parameters submenu. Press "Up" or "Down" to scroll the other masks and "Esc" to return to the submenu. Centring the neutral zone with respect to the set point (with quick mind adjustment)

Neutral area centre : 050 % Max. speed of temp. variation : 6.0 C/m

(Only visible in the quick mind adjustment mode). Used to centre the neutral zone with respect to the set point. Also used to set the maximum water temperature rise/fall speed. If this limit is exceeded a low water level message will appear.

50

100

019 020 021

6.0 3.0
Maximum range at low load (with quick mind adjustment)

C/m C

0.0 0.0 1.5


C

9.9 9.9 0.0 10.0

Override limit at 100% 03.0 C Maximum range at low loads 01.5 C

Used to set the compressor override limit at 100% capacity. Used to set the switching-on threshold of the first compressor with a very low load

Maximum speed variation (with quick mind adjustment) Compressor override limit at 100% (with quick mind adjustment)

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Para n

Min.

Max.

Mask Configuration of compressor discharge temperature probes: NTC 0-150C Probe enable:

Description of mask Mask only visible in screw compressors that allow the type of discharge temperature probe used to be selected.

022

Description of parameter Default U.M. n Type of compressor discharge temperature probe 1 (0:NTC 0-150V, 1:PT1000 )

External temp.

Probe enable mask for enabling the external air temperature probe or condenser inlet probe (Only visible where applicable)

023 024 025 026 027 0 0 0.0 0

n n n

Probe enable:

Pressure Low pressure

Y Y

Probe enable mask for enabling high and low pressure transducers.

Condenser inlet temperature probe enable (0:disabled - 1:enabled) External air temperature probe enable (0:disabled - 1:enabled) Pressure transducers enable (0:disabled - 1: enabled)

n bar

High pressure transducers Start Scale 00.0bar End Scale 30.0bar

Mask for configuring the high pressure transducers.

Low pressure transducers enable (0:disabled - 1: enabled) Start scale value of high pressure transducers

0.0
bar

P028

End scale value of high pressure transducers Start scale value of low pressure transducers

Low pressure transducers Start Scale 00.0bar End scale 16.0bar

Mask for configuring the low pressure transducers.

028 029 030

30.0 0.0 30.0

bar

P027 42.0 0.0 P030


bar

End scale value of low pressure transducers

P029 30.0

Enter another manufacturer password

0000

W 3000

Code CA 03.00 GB Man. C0240111-07-04

Sets a new password. ATTENTION: THE PASSWORD ENTERED IN THIS FIELD IS THE ONLY ONE THAT ALLOWS ACCESS TO THE MANUFACTURER MENU!! This mask contains the reference information of the software [Code CA 03.00 IT] and of the reference technical manual [Man. C0240111-07-04-GB].

Pumps
031 032 033

Access mask to pumps submenu. Press "Up" or "Down" to scroll the other masks and "Esc" to return to the submenu. Number of pumps on the evaporator

Evaporator pumps configuration: N Pumps

Sets the n of pumps in the unit.

1 2 0

0
n n

P924 1 2

Enable recuperator pumps: N

Enables the pump on the recuperator.

Type of rotation of pumps on evaporator (not used) Recuperator pump enable (0:disabled - 1: enabled)

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Mask Enable condenser pump: N

Description of mask Enables the pump on the condenser.

Para n

Min.

Max.

034 035 036 037 038 7 120 15


s s dd Secondary circuit pump control enable for water/water units (0:disabled - 1: enabled)

Description of parameter Default U.M. n Condenser pump enable (0:disabled - 1: enabled) 0

Enable secondary control: Flows. bypass ON Flows. bypass OFF

pump Y 015s 120s

Enables control of the secondary circuit pump and sets the flow switch bypass time during starting and stopping.

10 10 1

120 120 1500

Pump rotation for long activity: Threshold 0007 dd Max. diff. 0060 dd

Defines (threshold), in the automatic mode, the number of days of continuous operation after which a pump is stopped and the other one started. Max. diff. defines the maximum difference in hours between the two pumps over which the threshold value for the pump with less hours is doubled in order to balance pump hours more rapidly. Only appears for units with two pumps.

Flow switch alarm bypass time when starting pump on secondary circuit Flow switch alarm bypass time when stopping pump on secondary circuit Maximum acceptable continuous operating time of a pump before rotation is forced

039 040

60 1

dd

1
n

Long inactivity: Test pumps Y Threshold 1500 dd Impulse 10 s

When enabled, this function activates the pumps for the set impulse time after a period of activity reaches the threshold value. Only appears for units with two pumps.

Maximum difference in days between the two pumps before the 'Threshold' value of the pump is doubled Pump override enable during a long period of inactivity (0:No - 1:Yes)

9999

Threshold time for long period of inactivity Duration of pump override for long period of inactivity

dd

041 042

30 10

1 1

1500 999

Compressor
043 044

Access mask to compressor submenu. Press "Up" or "Down" to scroll the other masks and "Esc" to return to the submenu. Continuous modulation enable of screw compressors (0:disabled - 1:enabled) Minimum compressor shut-down time (with step adjustment)

Enable continuous modulation Y

Enables continuous modulation of screw compressors.

0 60

Min compressor stop time 0060 s Min. delay btw starts Antipeak time to prevent overcurrents at start-up due of diff. compr. 0010 s to simultaneous demand. Min. delay btw starts Delay which limits the number of compressor start-ups of same compr. 0360 s per hour. (Only visible in the step adjustment mode)

Minimum switch-off time of a compressor. (Only visible in the step adjustment mode)

500

045

Minimum delay between start-ups of different compressors (with input step adjustment)

10

500

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Mask

Description of mask

Para n

Min.

Max.

046 047 048 049


Pumpdown time Pumpdown set point

Default U.M. s 360

1 1 1 12

500

Max. n compr. Starts per hour 08 Min. compressor start time 060 s

Maximum permitted number of compressor starts per hour. Minimum switch-on time of a compressor. (Only visible in the quick mind adjustment mode)

Description of parameter Minimum time between start-ups of the same compressor (with step adjustment) Maximum number of compressor starts per hour (with Quick Mind adjustment)

8 60 0
n s

Pumpdown: Enable

Enables pumpdown and selects maximum time.

Minimum compressor start-up time (with Quick Mind adjustment) Pumpdown enable (0:disabled - 1:enabled)

500

Max. time

03 s s

Config. pumpdown set point of compressors 02.5bar Pumpdown differential (not used) Shift time of compressor from minimum to maximum power

Sets the end pumpdown set point.

050 051

3 2.5

bar

1 0.1
bar

60 7.0

Shift time min. --> max.: max. --> min.:

020s 004s

Indicates the shift time from minimum power to maximum power of the screw compressor.

052 053 054 055 056

1.0 20 4 10 20

0.1 0
s s

3.0 999 0 0
s

Period for power maintenance impulse 010 s

Sets the period for the power maintenance impulse.

Shift time of compressor from maximum to minimum power Period for power maintenance impulse

999 999 0
s s

Power incr. impulse: Period: 020 s Min. dur.: 01.5 s Max. dur: 03.0 s

Sets the period and duration of the power increase impulse.

Period for power increase impulse

999

Minimum duration of power increase impulse Maximum duration of power increase impulse Period for power decrease impulse

Power decr. impulse: Period: 001 s Min. dur.: 01.5 s Max. dur: 03.0 s

Sets the period and duration of the power decrease impulse.

057 058 059

1.5 3.0 1
Minimum duration of power decrease impulse Maximum duration of power decrease impulse No-load start time

0.0 0.0 1
s s s

99.9 99.9 999 1.5 3.0 30 0.0 0.0 1 99.9 99.9 60

Compressor start time: 30 s No-load valve pre-open time: 10 s

Sets the start-up time of the compressor, that, is, the time the compressor remains in the no-load start mode before it starts adjusting. Sets the time the no-load start valve remains open before the compressor starts.

060 061 062

063

Time the no-load valve remains open before the compressor starts

10

60

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Para n

Min.

Max.

Mask Min. time sep. Stages active: 10 s

Description of mask Sets the minimum time the separation stages remain active.

064 065 066 067


Economiser start delay after compressor starts Set point for disabling the economiser Economiser enable (0:disabled - 1:enabled) Compressor model (0:Bitzer - 1:Hitachi - 2:FuSheng -3:RefComp) Time the compressor oil valve remains active

Description of parameter Default U.M. s Minimum time the separation stages remain active 10

1 1 0 60 2

60

Time compressor oil valve active 10 s

Sets the time the compressor oil valve remains active.

10 0 0
n n

Model: Bitzer

Sets the compressor model.

Economiser:

Enables the economiser and sets the start delay.

Enable Start delay

S 120 s s

Economiser disable: Set point Diff. Differential for disabling the economiser

15.0 bar 2.0 bar

Sets the set point and differential for disabling the economiser.

068 069

120 15.0

bar

1 500 10.0 30.0


bar

0.1
n

Compressor discharge temperature control Enabled: Y

Enables compressor discharge temperature control for liquid injection.

070 071 072 073 074 075 076

Enable compressor discharge temperature control, liquid injection (0:disabled - 1:enabled) Set point for enabling discharge temperature control

2.0 1 115.0 10.0 30 93 1500

9.9

Compressor discharge temperature control Set point 115.0 C Diff. 10.0 C

Sets the set point and differential for liquid injection.

70.0 P199
C %

2.0 0
%

25.0 50 50
rpmx10 100

Compressor modulation Minimum: Maximum:

040 % 091 %

Sets minimum and maximum values for compressor modulation.

Differential for disabling discharge temperature control Minimum percentage for modulating centrifugal compressors

100 6000

Start revs: 15000 Minimum revs: 17000 Compressor start time: 030 sec

Sets the minimum number of revs for opening the liquid line solenoid valve starting the compressor. Also sets the minimum number of revs for starting the compressors and the time the minimum revs are maintained during start-up.

Maximum percentage for modulating centrifugal compressors Speed required to open the liquid line solenoid valve

Minimum start-up speed Start-up time for centrifugal compressors Integral time for power increase

rpmx10 100 s s

Power request increase Integral T. 002 sec Minimum Var. 001 %

Sets the integral time and minimum variation for increasing the power request.

077 078 079 080

1700 30 2
Minimum variation for power increase

0 1 1
%

6000 300 120 0 100

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Para n

Mask Power request decrease Integral T. 002 sec Minimum Var. 001 %

Description of mask Sets the integral time and minimum variation for decreasing the power request.

081 082
Minimum variation for power decrease

Description of parameter Integral time for power decrease

Default U.M. s 2

Min.

Max.

1 0

120 100

Centrifugal Comp. off: on: Comp. 1 000% 040% Comp. 2 000% 040% Off percentage for centrifugal compressor 1 On percentage for centrifugal compressor 1 Off percentage for centrifugal compressor 2 On percentage for centrifugal compressor 2 % % % %

Sets the enable and disable percentage for each centrifugal compressor.

083 084 085 086

0 40 0 40

0 P083 0 P085

P084 100 P086 100

Centrifugal Comp. off: on: Comp. 3 000% 040% Comp. 4 000% 040% Off percentage for centrifugal compressor 3 On percentage for centrifugal compressor 3 Off percentage for centrifugal compressor 4 On percentage for centrifugal compressor 4

Sets the enable and disable percentage for each centrifugal compressor. % % % %

087 088 089 090

0 40 0 40

0 P087 0 P089

P088 100 P090 100

Centrifugal Comp. off: on: Comp. 5 000% 040% Comp. 6 000% 040%

Sets the enable and disable percentage for each centrifugal compressor. Off percentage for centrifugal compressor 5 On percentage for centrifugal compressor 5 Off percentage for centrifugal compressor 6 On percentage for centrifugal compressor 6 % % % %

091 092 093 094

0 40 0 40

0 P091 0 P093

P092 100 P094 100

Centrifugal Comp. off: on: Comp. 7 000% 040% Comp. 8 000% 040%

Sets the enable and disable percentage for each centrifugal compressor. Off percentage for centrifugal compressor 7 On percentage for centrifugal compressor 7 Off percentage for centrifugal compressor 8 On percentage for centrifugal compressor 8 Maximum voltage for signal conversion % % % % mV

Compressor revs reading conversion

Sets the voltage and revs for converting the signal from the compressors.

095 096 097 098 099 100

0 40 0 40 390
Maximum number of compressor revs for signal conversion

0 P095 0 P097 0 4800


rpmx10 P077

P096 100 P098 100 999 6000

0-390mV - 0-48000rpm

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Mask

Para n Description of parameter

Default U.M.

Min.

Max.

Valves

Description of mask Access mask to valves submenu. Press "Up" or "Down" to scroll the other masks and "Esc" to return to the submenu.

Status configuration S0 => off Valves: CCCCCCCCCC => 0000 Valve configuration in status 0 Valve configuration in status 1 Valve configuration in status 2 Valve configuration in status 3 Valve configuration in status 4 Valve configuration in status 5 Valve configuration in status 6 Valve configuration in status 7 Valve configuration in status 8 Valve configuration in status 9 Valve configuration in status 10 Valve configuration in status 11 Valve configuration in status 12 Valve 1 release time n n n n n n n n n n n n n s

Status editor mask. Configures the valves (A=valve open, C=valve closed) in each status (S0,S1, S12).

Valve configuration is automatically converted.

V1 V2 V3 V4

release: release: release: release:

000 000 000 000

s s s s

Sets the valve release time.

101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114
Valve 2 release time Valve 3 release time Valve 4 release time Valve 5 release time

0 2 3 0 0 3 2 0 0 3 0 1 1 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
s s s s

99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 999

V5 V6 V7 V8

release: release: release: release:

000 000 000 000

s s s s

Sets the valve release time.

115 116 117 118

0 0 0 0
Valve 6 release time Valve 7 release time Valve 8 release time Valve 9 release time

0 0 0 0
s s s s

999 999 999 999

V9 release: 000 s V10 release: 000 s

Sets the valve release time.

119 120 121 122 123

0 0 0 0
Valve 10 release time

0 0 0 0 0
s

999 999 999 999 0 999

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Mask C1: off valve:CCCCCCCCCC C2: off valve:CCCCCCCCCC

Description of mask Visualises the status of the circuits and the valves of the circuit.

Para n Description of parameter

Default U.M.

Min.

Max.

Recovery
124 125 126 127 128
Pressure set point for forcing chiller status from recovery Remote recovery control enable (0:disabled 1:enabled) Recovery priority in winter (0:disabled 1:enabled)

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

Winter priority:

Sets recovery priority in winter.

0 0 23.5 5.0 120

Enable remote recovery control: N

Enables recovery control from a remote contact.

Chiller override from recovery pressure Set point 23.5 bar Diff. 5.0 bar

Defines the pressure set point and differential at which the recovery mode is forced to chiller.

bar

10.0 30.0
bar s

0.1 1

9.9 500

Minimum time in chiller status from recovery 120

Time in chiller status after switching from recovery.

Pressure differential for forcing chiller status from recovery Minimum time in chiller status after overriding from recovery

Subcooling
129

Access mask to subcooling submenu. Press "Up" or "Down" to scroll the other masks and "Esc" to return to the submenu. Start delay for subcooling adjustment

Adjustment start delay 060 s

Sets the delay before subcooling adjustment commences and the delay in the subcooling relay.

60

0
s

120

Relay delay

030 s Activation delay for subcooling relay Upper set point for opening/closing subcooling valves Lower set point for opening/closing subcooling valves

Upper set point 04.0 C Lower set point 03.0 C

Sets the upper and lower sub cooling set point.

130 131 132

30 4.0 3.0

0 0.0
C

120 20.0 0.0 20.0

Condens.

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

Condensation control Enable : Y Type : Step Cont. N steps : 4

Enables condensation control, the type and number of steps.

133 134

Enable condensation control (0:No - 1:Yes)

1
Type of condensation adjustment (0:Step. Cont 1:Step - 2:Continuous)

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Mask

Description of mask

Para n Description of parameter N condensation steps Type of condensation control (0:Separate 1:Individual - 2:Dual)

Default U.M. n 3

Min.

Max.

Condensation control

Type: Separate Mod.: Linear Linear operation model (0:Standard - 1:Linear) n n Condensation valve logic (0:direct - 1:reverse)

Selects between individual and contemporary condensation. Also sets linear fan operation.

135 136 0 0
n

1 0 1

P923 1

Condensation control

Selects the type of valve for condensation in watercooled chillers.

137 138 139


Pre-condensation time Pre-condensation percentage Enable maximum condensation override in the chiller mode (0:No - 1:Yes) Enable pre-condensation (0:No - 1:Yes)

1 0 1
n

Valve logic: direct Condensation control Precond. enable Y Precond. time 10 s Precond. perc. 100 %

Enables pre-condensation (pre-ventilation), sets the duration and defines a value at which the fans (or condensation valve) run during this phase.

s % n

Enable max. override Chiller cond. NO Set point 23.0 bar Diff. 3.0 bar

Enables 100% forced condensation in the chiller mode and establishes the set point.

140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148

10 100 0 23.0 3.0 0 1.0 0.5 15.0

0 50

30 100

bar bar n

15.0 25.0 0.1 5.0

Enable max. override Heat pump cond. NO Set point 01.0 bar Diff. 5.0 bar

Enables 100% forced condensation in the heat pump mode and establishes the set point.

Maximum condensation override set point in the chiller mode Maximum condensation override differential in the chiller mode Enable maximum condensation override in the heat pump mode (0:No - 1:Yes)

bar bar bar

0.5 0.1 0.5

15.0 5.0 25.0

Condensation control Chiller step1 Set point 15.0 bar Diff. 3.0 bar

Sets step 1 in the chiller mode. (only displayed if step condensation is set)

Maximum condensation override set point in the heat pump mode Maximum condensation override differential in the heat pump mode Step 1 set point in chiller mode

Step 1 differential in chiller mode Step 2 set point in chiller mode

bar

Condensation control Chiller step2 Set point 16.5 bar Diff. 3.0 bar

Sets step 2 in the chiller mode. (only displayed if step condensation is set)

149 150

3.0 16.5
Step 2 differential in chiller mode

bar

0.1 0.5
bar

5.0 25.0

Condensation control Chiller step3 Set point 18.0 bar Diff. 3.0 bar

Sets step 3 in the chiller mode. (only displayed if step condensation is set)

151 152 153

Step 3 set point in chiller mode

3.0 18.0
Step 3 differential in chiller mode

bar

0.1 0.5 3.0


bar

5.0 25.0 0.1 5.0

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Para n

Mask Condensation control Chiller step4 Set point 19.0 bar Diff. 2.0 bar

Description of mask Sets step 4 in the chiller mode. (only displayed if step condensation is set)

154
Step 4 differential in chiller mode bar bar Step 1 set point in heat pump mode

Description of parameter Step 4 set point in chiller mode

Default U.M. bar 19.0

Min.

Max.

0.5 0.1 0.5

25.0 5.0 15.0

Condensation control Heat Pump step1 Set point 08.0 bar Diff. 1.0 bar Step 1 differential in heat pump mode Step 2 set point in heat pump mode bar bar

Sets step 1 in the heat pump mode. (only displayed if step condensation is set)

155 156 157 158


Step 2 differential in heat pump mode Step 3 set point in heat pump mode

2.0 8.0 1.0 5.0

Condensation control Heat Pump step2 Set point 05.0 bar Diff. 1.4 bar

Sets step 2 in the heat pump mode. (only displayed if step condensation is set)

0.1 0.5
bar

5.0 15.0

Condensation control Heat Pump step3 Set point 02.2 bar Diff. 0.8 bar Step 3 differential in heat pump mode Step 4 set point in heat pump mode

Sets step 3 in the heat pump mode. (only displayed if step condensation is set)

159 160

1.4 2.2

bar

0.1 0.5
bar

5.0 15.0

Condensation control Heat Pump step4 Set point 01.0 bar Diff. 0.5 bar

Sets step 4 in the heat pump mode. (only displayed if step condensation is set)

161 162

0.8 1.0

bar

0.1 0.5
bar

5.0 15.0

Step 4 differential in heat pump mode Continuous adjustment set point in the chiller mode

Condensation control continuous Chiller Set point 14.0 bar Diff. 05.0 bar

Sets the set point and differential for continuous condensation adjustment in the chiller mode.

163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170

0.5 14.0 5.0 6.0 1.0 100

bar

0.1 5.0
bar bar

5.0 25.0 0.1 0.5


bar %

15.0 15.0 0.1 15.0 P169 100


% n

Condensation control continuous Heat Pump Set point 06.0 bar Diff. 01.0 bar

Sets the set point and differential for continuous condensation adjustment in the heat pump mode.

Continuous adjustment differential in the chiller mode Continuous adjustment set point in the heat pump mode Continuous adjustment differential in the heat pump mode Maximum condensation limit in continuous adjustment

Condensation control continuous Lim. max. 100 % Lim. min. 030 %

Sets maximum and minimum condensation with continuous adjustment. This is fan speed or condensation valve opening.

Condensation control continuous Min. Lim. Adjustment off: S Diff. 01.0 bar

Enables the fans or the condensation valve when the minimum condensation limit is reached with continuous adjustment. The set condensation minimum may remain enabled or adjustment can be turned off when pressure falls below the condensation set point of the differential value.

Minimum condensation limit in continuous 30 adjustment Adjustment under the minimum condensation limit 1 (0:adjustment always- 1:adjustment Off)

P168

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Mask

Description of mask

Para n

171

Description of parameter Condensation adjustment off differential

Default U.M. bar 1.0

Min.

Max.

0.0

5.0

Freecool.
172
Temperature offset for deactivating freecooling Temperature delta for deactivating freecooling Type of freecooling valve control (0:direct 1:reverse) Hysteresis temperature of individual fans Start/stop delay for each fan Hp relays enable (0:disabled - 1: enabled) C C n Temperature difference for activating freecooling

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

Freecooling Delta 02.0 C Offset -09.0 C Diff. 01.0 C

Sets the freecooling adjustment parameters. The delta, the offset and the differential for freecooling adjustment are set here.

1.0 -9.0 1.0 0

1.0

5.0 -10.0 P921 0.1 P922

Direct valve Fans hysteresis 00.3 C delay 020 s

Selects the type of control for the freecooling valve, direct or reverse. Also sets the hysteresis of each fan and the start/stop delay for each fan.

173 174 175

C s n

0.0 1

1.0 500

Enable HP relays:

Enables the HP relays.

176 177 178 179


Upper differential Lower set point Lower differential Upper set point

0.3 20 0 10.0

Upper Upper Lower Lower

set diff. set diff.

10.0 05.0 09.5 00.5

bar bar bar bar

Sets the upper set point and differential and the lower set point and differential for controlling the HP relays.

bar

0.0
bar bar bar

P028 5.0 9.5 0.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 10.0 P179 10.0

180 181 182

Defrost
183

Defrost parameters:

Access mask to defrost submenu. Press "Up" or "Down" to scroll the other masks and "Esc" to return to the submenu. Start defrost set point

Start Stop

03.0 bar 14.0 bar

Defines the pressure set points for start and stop defrost.

3.0
Stop defrost set point Defrost activation delay

bar

0.0
bar

P184

Defrost parameters Delay 01800 Max. time 00300 Drip time 120

: s s s

Sets defrost time parameters. Delay: cumulative time measured before the defrost procedure starts. Max. time: maximum duration of defrost procedure. Drip time: duration of battery dripping after defrost.

184 185

14.0 1800

P183 15.0 60 3600

Maximum defrost time

186 187

Drip time

300 120

10 0

500 500

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Mask

Para n Description of parameter

Default U.M.

Min.

Max.

Alarms
188
High pressure from transducers alarm differential N low pressure alarm repetitions bar n High pressure from transducers alarm

Description of mask Access mask to alarms submenu. Press "Up" or "Down" to scroll the other masks and "Esc" to return to the submenu.

High pressure from transducers alarm: Set point 28.0 bar Diff. 07.0 bar

Sets the set point and differential for activating the high pressure from transducers alarm.

28.0 7.0 3

bar

0.0 0.0 0

P028 30.0 5

Low press. alarm N resets 3 Start bypass 120 s

Sets the parameters for activating the low pressure alarm. Number of times the alarm has triggered in the previous hour and been reset automatically within the set period, the next time the alarm triggers it must be reset manually. Alarm by-pass time before the motor starts. Duration of low pressure alarm Low pressure alarm set point

189 190

Low pressure alarm from transducers: Set point 01.6 bar Diff. 00.9 bar Low pressure alarm differential

Sets the set point and differential for activating and resetting the low pressure alarms (only if the low pressure transducers are configured)

191 192

120 1.6

bar

0 0.1
bar

500 9.9 0.1


n

Low pressure alarm low air temp. Enabled Y Start timeout 120 s

Enables external air temperature control for activating the low pressure alarm and sets the start timeout.

193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202

Enable low pressure control with low external air temperature (0:No - 1:Yes)

0.9 0 120 0.1 0.5 10

4.0

s bar

10 0.1
bar s

P191 P192 0.1 0 4.0 360

Low pressure alarm low air temp. Set point 0.1 bar Diff. 0.5 bar

Sets the set point and differential for activating and resetting the low pressure alarms with control on external air temperature

Start-up time for low pressure control with low external air temperature Low pressure set point with low external air temperature Low pressure differential with low external air temperature Bypass time of compressor thermal protection alarm Set point for activating the high compressor discharge temperature alarm

Compressor thermal protection alarm: Bypass time 0010 s

The compressor is switched off for a set time when the unit is powered. It must be set to 360 secs only for BRISTOL compressors

Compressor discharge temperature alarm Set point 125.0C Diff. 10.0C

Sets the set point and differential for activating the high compressor discharge temperature alarm.

#### 10.0 120


Compressor oil alarm delay during running

70.0 125.0
C s Differential for deactivating the high compressor discharge temperature alarm Compressor oil alarm delay after starting

2.0 1 10
s

25.0 120 1 120

Compressor oil alarm: Start delay 120 s Running delay 010 s

Sets the compressor oil alarm delay

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Para n

Mask Evaporator antifreeze alarm: Set point 04.0 C Diff. 04.0 C

Description of mask Sets the set point and differential for activating the evaporator anti-freeze alarm.

203
Evaporator antifreeze alarm differential C C Evaporator antifreeze heating element set point

Description of parameter Evaporator antifreeze alarm set point

Default U.M. C 4.0

Min.

Max.

-10.0 5.0 1.0 10.0 P203 5.0

Evaporator antifreeze heating element: Set point 04.0 C Diff. 04.0 C Evaporator antifreeze heating element differential Condenser antifreeze alarm set point C C

Sets the set point and differential for activating the evaporator anti-freeze heating element.

204 205 206 207


Condenser antifreeze alarm differential Recuperator antifreeze heating element set point

4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0

Condenser antifreeze alarm: Set point 04.0 C Diff. 04.0 C

Sets the set point and differential for activating the condenser anti-freeze alarm.

1.0 10.0 P203 5.0


C

Recuperator antifreeze Sets the set point and differential for activating the heater: recuperator anti-freeze heater. Set point 04.0 C Diff. 04.0 C

208 209 210 211

4.0 4.0 4.0 10

1.0 10.0 P203 5.0


C s

Evaporator flow switch Configuration parameters for evaporator flow switch alarm: alarm. Start delay: minimum time during which the Start delay 010 s flow must remain constant before the compressors Running delay 001 s start running. Running delay: minimum time before the flow meter triggers with the compressors running.

Recuperator antifreeze heating element differential Evaporator flow switch start-up delay

1.0 1

10.0 120

Evaporator flow switch running delay Recuperator flow switch start-up delay

Recuperator flow switch alarm: Start delay 010 s Running delay 001 s

Configuration parameters for recuperator flow switch alarm. Start delay: minimum time during which the flow must remain constant before the compressors start running. Running delay: minimum time before the flow switch triggers with the compressors running.

212 213

1 10

1 1

20 120

Recuperator flow meter running delay Condenser flow meter start-up delay

Condenser flow switch alarm: Start delay 010 s Running delay 001 s

Configuration parameters for condenser flow switch alarm. Start delay: minimum time during which the flow must remain constant before the compressors start running. Running delay: minimum time before the flow switch triggers with the compressors running.

214 215

1 10

1 1

20 120

Condenser flow meter running delay

High chiller inlet temp. alarm: set point 30.0 C

Sets the set point for activating the high inlet water temperature alarm. (When operating in the chiller mode)

216 217 218

High inlet water temperature alarm set point

1 30.0
Low inlet water temperature alarm set point

1 20 P912 30.0 15.0


C

Low chiller inlet temp. alarm: set point 15.0 C

Sets the set point for activating the low inlet water temperature alarm. (When operating in the chiller mode)

15.0 P913

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Para n

Description of mask Sets the delay before activating the high inlet water temperature (summer mode) / low temperature inlet water (winter mode) alarm.

219 220 221


Low water flow alarm delay Low water flow alarm set point

Description of parameter High/low inlet temperature alarm delay

Default U.M. s 30

Min.

Max.

1 3.0

180 10.0

Mask High/low chiller inlet temp. alarm delay: 030 s Low water flow alarm: max. delta 08.0 C delay 010 s

Sets the set point and delay for triggering the low water flow alarm.

8.0 30
s

P211 30

Service
222
Enable circuit 2 Enable circuit 3 Enable circuit 4 Enable compressor 1 Enable circuit 1

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

Enable circuits Circ1: Y Circ2: Circ3: N Circ4:

Selects/deselects circuits.

Y N n n n n

Enable compressors C1:S C2:S C3:S C4:S C5:S C6:S C7:S C8:S Enable compressor 2 Enable compressor 3 Enable compressor 4 Enable compressor 5 Enable compressor 6 Enable compressor 7 Enable compressor 8 Probe 1 calibration

Selects/deselects compressors.

223 224 225 226

1 1 1 1

n n n n n n n C/bar

Probe offset calibration Value B1: 0.0bar 07.3bar B2: 0.0C 12.3C

Modifies the probe offsets. (Only present if required by the type of machine configured)

227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234


Probe 2 calibration Probe 3 calibration

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0.0

-9.9
C/bar

9.9

Probe offset calibration Value B3: 0.0C 12.3C B4: 0.0C 12.3C

Modifies the probe offsets. (Only present if required by the type of machine configured)

235 236

0.0 0.0
Probe 4 calibration

C/bar

-9.9 -9.9
C/bar

9.9 9.9

Probe offset calibration Value B5: 0.0C 12.3C B6: 0.0C 07.3bar

Modifies the probe offsets. (Only present if required by the type of machine configured)

237 238 239

Probe 5 calibration

0.0 0.0
Probe 6 calibration

C/bar

-9.9 -9.9 0.0


C/bar

9.9 9.9 -9.9 9.9

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Para n

Mask Probe offset calibration Value B7: 0.0C 05.3C B8: -

Description of mask Modifies the probe offsets. (Only present if required by the type of machine configured)

240
Probe 8 calibration C/bar C/bar Probe 9 calibration

Description of parameter Probe 7 calibration

Default U.M. Min. C/bar -9.9 0.0

Max.

9.9 9.9 9.9

Probe offset calibration Value B9: 0.0C 00.0C B10: Probe 10 calibration Probe 1 calibration expansion 1 C/bar C/bar

Modifies the probe offsets. (Only present if required by the type of machine configured)

241 242 243 244


Probe 2 calibration expansion 1 Probe 3 calibration expansion 1

0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

-9.9 -9.9 -9.9 -9.9

Probe offset 1 calibration Value B1: 0.0C 35.6C B2: 0.0C 40.5C

Modifies the probe offsets of expansion 1. (Only present if required by the type of machine configured)

9.9 9.9
C/bar

Probe offset 1 calibration Value B3: 0.0C 37.2C B4: 0.0C 37.2C Probe 4 calibration expansion 1 Probe 1 calibration expansion 2

Modifies the probe offsets of expansion 1. (Only present if required by the type of machine configured)

245 246

0.0 0.0

C/bar

-9.9 -9.9
C/bar

9.9 9.9

Probe offset 2 calibration Value B1: 0.0bar 04.2bar B2: 0.0bar 03.9bar

Modifies the probe offsets of expansion 2. (Only present if required by the type of machine configured)

247 248
Probe 2 calibration expansion 2 Probe 3 calibration expansion 2

0.0 0.0

C/bar

-9.9 -9.9
C/bar

9.9 9.9

Probe offset 2 calibration Value B3: 0.0C 35.6C B4: 0.0C 40.5C

Modifies the probe offsets of expansion 2. (Only present if required by the type of machine configured)

249 250

0.0 0.0

C/bar

-9.9 -9.9
C/bar

9.9 9.9

Probe 4 calibration expansion 2 Probe 5 calibration expansion 2

Probe offset 2 calibration Value B5: 0.0C 22.3C B6: 0.0C 24.2C

Modifies the probe offsets of expansion 2. (Only present if required by the type of machine configured)

251 252

0.0 0.0

C/bar

-9.9 -9.9
C/bar

9.9 9.9

Probe 6 calibration expansion 2 Probe 7 calibration expansion 2

Probe offset 2 calibration Value B7: 0.0C 22.4C B8: -

Modifies the probe offsets of expansion 2. (Only present if required by the type of machine configured)

253 254

0.0 0.0
Probe 8 calibration expansion 2

C/bar

-9.9 -9.9
C/bar

9.9 9.9

Probe offset 3 calibration Value B1: 0.0C 05.3C B2: 0.0C 00.0C

Modifies the probe offsets of expansion 3. (Only present if required by the type of machine configured)

255 256

Probe 1 calibration expansion 3

0.0 0.0
Probe 2 calibration expansion 3

C/bar

-9.9 -9.9
C/bar

9.9 9.9

Probe offset 3 calibration Value B3: 0.0C 00.0C B4: 0.0C 00.0C

Modifies the probe offsets of expansion 3. (Only present if required by the type of machine configured)

257 258

Probe 3 calibration expansion 3

0.0 0.0

C/bar

-9.9 -9.9

9.9 9.9

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Mask

Description of mask

Para n Description of parameter Probe 4 calibration expansion 3 Probe 1 calibration expansion 5

Default U.M. Min. C/bar -9.9 0.0

Max.

Probe offset 5 calibration Value B1: 0.0C 00.0C B2: 0.0C 00.0C

Modifies the probe offsets of expansion 5. (Only present if required by the type of machine configured)

259 260 0.0


C/bar C/bar C/bar

-9.9

9.9 9.9

Probe 2 calibration expansion 5 Probe 3 calibration expansion 5

Probe offset 5 calibration Value B3: 0.0C 00.0C B4: 0.0C 00.0C

Modifies the probe offsets of expansion 5. (Only present if required by the type of machine configured)

261 262 263


Probe 4 calibration expansion 5

0.0 0.0 0.0


C/bar

-9.9 -9.9 -9.9

9.9 9.9 9.9

Hour counter Pump: Threshold 012x1000 Reset N 000000

Sets the threshold for programmed maintenance on the evaporator pump.

264 265
Pump 2 hour counter threshold

Evaporator pump hour counter threshold

12 12

0 0

999 999

Hour counter Pump 2: Threshold 012x1000 Reset N 000000

hx 1000 hx 1000

Sets the threshold for programmed maintenance on pump 2. (this may be pump 2 of the evaporator or the pump on the secondary circuit in the water/water units or the recuperator pump, depending on unit configuration) Sets the threshold for programmed maintenance.

266 267 268 269 270 271 272

Compressor 1 hour counter threshold

10 10 10 10

hx 1000 hx 1000 hx 1000 hx 1000

0 0 0 0

999 999 999 999

Sets the threshold for programmed maintenance.

Compressor 2 hour counter threshold

Sets the threshold for programmed maintenance.

Compressor 3 hour counter threshold

Sets the threshold for programmed maintenance.

Compressor 4 hour counter threshold

Sets the threshold for programmed maintenance.

Compressor 5 hour counter threshold

10
Compressor 6 hour counter threshold

hx 1000

0 10
Compressor 7 hour counter threshold hx 1000

999 0 10
hx 1000

Sets the threshold for programmed maintenance.

999 0 999

Hour counter Compressor 1: Threshold 010x1000 Reset N 000000 Hour counter Compressor 2: Threshold 010x1000 Reset N 000000 Hour counter Compressor 3: Threshold 010x1000 Reset N 000000 Hour counter Compressor 4: Threshold 010x1000 Reset N 000000 Hour counter Compressor 5: Threshold 010x1000 Reset N 000000 Hour counter Compressor 6: Threshold 010x1000 Reset N 000000 Hour counter Compressor 7: Threshold 010x1000 Reset N 000000

Sets the threshold for programmed maintenance.

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Mask Hour counter Compressor 8: Threshold 010x1000 Reset N 000000

Description of mask Sets the threshold for programmed maintenance.

Para n

273

Description of parameter Compressor 8 hour counter threshold

Min.

Max.

Default U.M. hx 10 1000

999

Default

Reset chiller to default values

Access mask to initialisation menu. Press "Up" or "Down" to scroll the other mask and "Esc" to return to the submenu. The mask is not displayed when the chiller is ON. This restores the default values. The chiller must then be programmed with the parameter set during factory testing.

User
274
Adjustment type(0:step - 1:Quick Mind)

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

Adjustment type step

IN INLET

Chooses between step adjustment and Quick Mind adjustment. Also defines on which temperature probe the adjustment is made. If the unit has more than one evaporator or step adjustment is set, adjustment can only be made on the inlet probe. Adjustment control type (0:inlet - 1:outlet) Start-up mode (0:standard - 1:rapid)

Start-up mode standard

Chooses between standard or rapid start-up (only displayed in the Quick Mind adjustment mode)

275 276 277 278 279

1 0 23 0 600

Amplitude of stable zone: 023 %

Sets the percentage inside the neutral zone around the set point in which the compressor is not modulated. (only for modulating screw compressors)

Percentage inside the neutral zone in which the compressor is not modulated (modulating screw compressors) Step adjustment type (0: proportional - 1: proportional + integrative) Input adjustment integral time

0
n

100

Input adjustment:

Type

PROPORTIONAL

Defines the type of adjustment. (only visible in the step input adjustment mode)

Integral time:

0600 s Integral correction limit: 005 %

Sets integration time and correction limit (displayed in the step input adjustment mode with proportional + integral adjustment type)

0
Integral correction limit Minimum chiller set point (in the Quick Mind input adjustment mode) %

600

Set point limits chiller: Low 11.0 C High 20.0 C

Maximum and minimum set point values that can be set with input adjustment. N.B.: For low temperature units, the minimum value that can be set for the low limit is equal to the antifreeze set point +2C (also check the value set for forced shut-down in the Quick Mind adjustment mode).

280 281

5 11.0

1 100 P909 P359

282 283

Minimum chiller set point (in the step input adjustment mode) Maximum chiller set point (with input adjustment)

6.0 20.0

C C

P909 P360 P910 23.0

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Para n

Mask Set point limits chiller: Low 06.0 C High 18.0 C

Description of mask Maximum and minimum set point values that can be set with output adjustment. N.B.: For low temperature units, the minimum value that can be set for the low limit is equal to the antifreeze set point +2C (also check the value set for forced shut-down in the Quick Mind adjustment mode).

284

Description of parameter Minimum chiller set point (with output adjustment)

Default U.M. C 6.0

Min.

Max.

P909 P362

Maximum chiller set point (with output adjustment) Minimum heat pump set point (with input adjustment)

C C

Set point limits heat pump: Low 30.0 C High 44.0 C Maximum heat pump set point (with input adjustment) Minimum heat pump set point (with output adjustment)

Maximum and minimum set point values that can be set with input adjustment (only visible if the heat pump configuration is set).

285 286
C

18.0 30.0

P362 18.0 26.0 P361

Set point limits heat pump: Low 30.0 C High 48.0 C Maximum heat pump set point (with output adjustment) Minimum recovery set point

Maximum and minimum set point values that can be set with output adjustment (only visible if the heat pump configuration is set)

287 288

44.0 30.0

P361 44.0 30.0 P363


C

Recovery setpoint limits: Low 30.0 C High 50.0 C Maximum recovery set point Forced summer shutdown

Maximum and minimum recovery set points. (only visible if recovery is configured)

289 290

48.0 30.0

P363 48.0 30.0 P291


C

Forced shutdown

291 292

50.0 4.5

P290 50.0 P203 P911

Summer Winter

04.5 C 52.0 C

(Only in the Quick Mind adjustment mode) Forces the compressors to shut down if: Tout summer < summer minimum or Tout winter > winter maximum

293

Forced winter shutdown

52.0

P914 55.0

Temp. adjustment band 02.5 C Recovery adjustment band 03.0 C

Sets the temperature and recovery adjustment band.

Temperature adjustment band (with step adjustment) Recovery adjustment band Enable secondary set point (0:No - 1:Yes)

C C n

Secondary set point Enable N

Enables selection of the main or secondary set point via an external contact (only displayed on compatible units).

294 295 296 297

2.5 5.0 0
Enable external set point variation (0:No - 1:Yes)

2.0 2.0

10.0 10.0

External set point Enabled 4-20 mA Min. 00.0 C Max. 06.0 C

Enables set point variation through an external input which can be configured at 4-20mA or 0-10V. Maximum and minimum variation limits can also be set. If time bands have been enabled the external set point cannot be enabled (only displayed on compatible units).

Type of external set point variation Minimum external set point Maximum external set point

n C C

298 299 300

0 0.0 6.0

0.0 0.0

10.0 10.0

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Para n

Min.

Max.

Mask External rec set point Enabled 4-20 mA Min. 00.0 C Max. 06.0 C

Description of mask Enables recovery set point variation through an external input that can be configured to 4-20mA or 0-10V. The maximum and minimum limits of the variation can also be set. If the time bands are enabled it is not possible to enable the external set point. (only visible on the units featuring this function)

301

Description of parameter Enable external recovery set point variation (0:No 1:Yes)

Default U.M. n 0

Type of external recovery set point variation C C n

Pump config. Type of use: only - 2:pump 2 only) Minimum delay between pump start-up and compressor start-up Pump shutdown delay

302 303 304 305

0 Minimum external recovery set point 0.0 Maximum external recovery set point 6.0 Type of use of evaporator pumps (0:automatic - 1:pump 1 0

0.0 0.0 0

10.0 10.0 2

(Only displayed if more than one pump is set) Selects whether to use both pumps through hourly rotation (FIFO if they have the same number of operating hours) or override pump 1 or pump 2. Defines the delay between pump start-up and compressor start-up after the unit has been switched on.

306 307 308


Enable power limitation (0:No - 1:Yes)

60 60 0

1
s

500 10
n

automatic Min. delay between pump start-up and compressor start-up 060 s Pump shutdown delay

Defines the pump shutdown delay after the unit has been switched off.

500

060 s Compressor enable Enable Y

Enables limitation of the power delivered by the unit.

Compressor enable Summer 050 % Winter 050 % Recovery 050 %

Sets the maximum percentage of power delivered by the unit in the summer, winter (in heat pump units) and recovery (in compatible units where possible) modes.

309

Power limitation in summer mode (%)

50

0
% % n

100

Power limitation in winter mode (%) Power limitation in recovery mode (%) On/off enable from digital input (0:No - 1:Yes)

En. from dig. inp.: On/Off: N Summer/Winter: N

Allows the on/off status of the unit to be selected from external enables. Also performs summer/winter switching in heat pump units.

310 311 312

50 50 0

0 0

100 100

Summer/winter enable from digital input (0:No - 1:Yes) Time bands enable (0:deactivated - 1:activated)

Time bands enable: Disabled

Activates/deactivates the use of the time bands. If the external set point is enabled, the time bands cannot be activated.

313 314

0 0

Integrated unit management Disabled

Allows the unit to be managed by a sequencer.

315

Sequencer enable (0:deactivated - 1:activated)

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Mask Supervisor enable: Enabled

Description of mask Enables communication with a supervision system.

Para n

316

Description of parameter Supervisor enable (0:Deactivated - 1:Activated)

Default U.M. n 0

Min.

Max.

Superv. setting Modbus protocol Speed 9600 baud ID 011

Defines the connection parameters with the supervisor: type of protocol, communication speed and unit identification number.

317 318
Speed of communication with supervisor setting (0:1200 baud - 1:2400 baud - 2:4800 baud - 3:9600 baud 4:19200 baud) Setting of unit identification number with supervisor

Communication protocol with supervisor setting (1:Standard - 2:ModBus - 3:LonWorks)

2 3
n n

1 0 1

3 4 200

En. from superv.: On/Off: N Operating mode: N On/off enable from supervisor (0:No - 1:Yes)

Allows the on/off status of the unit to be selected from a supervision system. Also performs operating mode switching (the unit must be switched off before the operating mode can be modified).

319 320

11 0

321 322

Select language: English

Enable operating mode modification from supervisor (0:No - 1:Yes) Language (0:Italian - 1:English - 2:Extra language)

0 0

n n

Select language

W 3000

Selects the required language; Select language flashes on the last line in all the available languages. Once a language has been selected, the programme automatically switches to the first mask of the display menu. N.B.: The board can contain up to three languages: Italian, English and an extra language. This mask contains the reference information of the software [Code CA 03.00 GB] and of the reference technical manual [Man. C0240101-05-07-GB].

Code CA 03.00 GB Man. C0240101-07-04 Enter another user password 0000

Personalises the password by defining one that will replace the default password.

Clock

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

Clock board not installed

Mask showing that the clock board is missing or damaged.

Clock configuration: Date Time 01/01/04 08:00 Time bands not enabled.

Current date and time settings.

Indicates that the time bands are set correctly but not enabled. To enable them, consult the user menu.

See user menu

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Mask Weekly timetable Monday type A Tuesday type A Wednesday type A

Description of mask Setting of weekly timetable.

Para n

Min.

Max.

323
Tuesday time bands (0:not used - 1:A bands - 2:B bands) n n n

Description of parameter Default U.M. Monday time bands (0:not used - 1:A bands - 2:B bands) 1 n

0 0 0 0

P918 P918 P918 P918

324 325 326


Friday time bands (0:not used - 1:A bands - 2:B bands) Wednesday time bands (0:not used - 1:A bands - 2:B bands) Thursday time bands (0:not used - 1:A bands - 2:B bands)

1 1 1

Weekly timetable Thursday type A Friday type A Saturday inactive

Setting of weekly timetable.

n n n

Weekly timetable Sunday inactive

Setting of weekly timetable.

327 328 329

1 Saturday time bands (0:not used - 1:A bands - 2:B bands) 0 Sunday time bands (0:not used - 1:A bands - 2:B bands) 0

0 0 0

P918 P918 P918

Band 1A Off Time 00:00 / 07:00 Sp S 08.0C W 40.0C Sp R 40.0C

Setting of first daily time band.

330
End of time band 1 A (hours) End of time band 1 A (minutes)

Unit status in time band 1 A (0:Wash - 1:Off 2:Adjustment - 3:On)

P919 P920
h m C C C n

Summer temperature set point in time band 1 A Winter temperature set point in time band 1 A Recovery set point in time band 1 A Unit status in time band 2 A (0:Wash - 1:Off 2:Adjustment - 3:On) End of time band 2 A (hours) End of time band 2 A (minutes) Summer temperature set point in time band 2 A Winter temperature set point in time band 2 A Recovery set point in time band 2 A Unit status in time band 3 A (0:Wash - 1:Off 2:Adjustment - 3:On) End of time band 3 A (hours) End of time band 3 A (minutes) Summer temperature set point in time band 3 A

Band 2A Adj. Time 07:00 / 12:00 Sp S 07.0C W 45.0C Sp R 45.0C

Setting of second daily time band.

331 332 333 334 335 336

7 0 8.0 40.0 40.0 2

0 0 P911 P913 P290 P919


h m C C C n

23 59 P912 P914 P291 P920

Band Time Sp S Sp R

3A Off 12:00 / 13:30 08.0C W 40.0C 40.0C

Setting of third daily time band.

337 338 339 340 341 342

12 30 7.0 45.0 45.0 1

P331 0 P911 P913 P290 P919


h m C

23 59 P912 P914 P291 P920 343 344 345 13 30 8.0 P337 23 0 59 P911 P912

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Mask Recovery set point in time band 3 A Unit status in time band 4 A (0:Wash - 1:Off 2:Adjustment - 3:On) End of time band 4 A (hours) End of time band 4 A (minutes) Summer temperature set point in time band 4 A Winter temperature set point in time band 4 A Recovery set point in time band 4 A Unit status in time band 5 A (0:Wash - 1:Off 2:Adjustment - 3:On) Summer temperature set point in time band 5 A Winter temperature set point in time band 5 A Recovery set point in time band 5 A m C C C n h C n

Description of mask

Para n Description of parameter Winter temperature set point in time band 3 A

Default U.M. C 40.0

Min.

Max.

Band Time Sp S Sp R

4A Adj. 13:30 / 19:30 07.0C W 45.0C 45.0C

Setting of fourth daily time band.

346 347 348 40.0 2

P913 P914 P290 P291 P919 P920

Band Time Sp S Sp R

5A Off 19:30 / 23:59 08.0C W 40.0C 40.0C

Setting of fifth daily time band.

349 350 351 352 353 354

19 30 7.0 45.0 45.0 1

P343 0 P911 P913 P290 P919


C C C

23 59 P912 P914 P291 P920 8.0 40.0 40.0 P911 P912 P913 P914 P290 P291

355 356 357

In/Out

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

Digital inputs: 12345 67890 12345 CCCCC CCCCC CCCCC CCC

Digital outputs: 12345 67890 12345 AAAAA AAAAA AAAAA AAA

Displays the state of the digital inputs and specifies their state. C: Contact closed O: Contact open The number of inputs displayed depends on the type of unit. (the figures on the second row are for reference purposes) Displays the state of the digital outputs and specifies their state. C: Contact closed O: Contact open The number of outputs displayed depends on the type of unit. (the figures on the second row are for reference purposes) Display of analogue inputs 1 and 2.

Display of analogue inputs 3 and 4.

Analogue inputs: N Value 1 07.3 bar 2 12.3 C Analogue inputs: N Value 3 12.3 C 4 12.3 C Analogue inputs: N Value 5 12.3 C 6 07.3 bar

Display of analogue inputs 5 and 6.

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Description of mask Display of analogue inputs 7 and 8.

Para n Description of parameter

Default U.M.

Min.

Max.

Display of analogue inputs 9 and 10.

Voltage applied to analogue outputs 1 and 2.

Voltage applied to analogue outputs 3 and 4.

Voltage applied to analogue outputs 5 and 6.

Displays the state of the digital inputs of expansion 1 (if present) and specifies their state. C: Contact closed O: Contact open Displays the state of the digital outputs of expansion 1 (if present) and specifies their state. C: Contact closed O: Contact open Displays analogue inputs 1 and 2 of expansion 1 (if present).

Displays analogue inputs 3 and 4 of expansion 1 (if present).

Displays the state of the digital inputs of expansion 2 (if present) and specifies their state. C: Contact closed O: Contact open Displays the state of the digital outputs of expansion 2 (if present) and specifies their state. C: Contact closed O: Contact open Displays analogue inputs 1 and 2 of expansion 2 (if present).

Mask Analogue inputs: N Value 7 05.3 C 8 00.0 Analogue inputs: N Value 9 00.0 C 10 A Analogue outputs: N Value 1 00.0 V 2 00.0 V Analogue outputs: N Value 3 00.0 V 4 00.0 V Analogue outputs: N Value 5 00.0 V 6 00.0 V Digital inputs: 1 12345 67890 12345 CCCCC CCCCC CCCCC CCC Digital outputs: 1 12345 67890 12345 AAAAA AAAAA AAAAA AAA Analogue inputs:1 N Value 1 35.6 C 2 40.5 C Analogue inputs:1 N Value 3 37.2 C 4 37.2 C Digital inputs: 2 12345 67890 12345 CCCCC CCCCC CCCCC CCC Digital outputs: 2 12345 67890 12345 AAAAA AAAAA AAAAA AAA Analogue inputs:2 N Value 1 04.2 bar 2 03.9 bar Analogue inputs:2 N Value 3 35.6 C 4 40.5 C

Displays analogue inputs 3 and 4 of expansion 2 (if present).

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Description of mask Displays analogue inputs 5 and 6 of expansion 2 (if present).

Para n Description of parameter

Default U.M.

Min.

Max.

Displays analogue inputs 7 and 8 of expansion 2 (if present).

Displays the state of the digital inputs of expansion 3 (if present) and specifies their state. C: Contact closed O: Contact open Displays the state of the digital outputs of expansion 3 (if present) and specifies their state. C: Contact closed O: Contact open Displays analogue inputs 1 and 2 of expansion 3 (if present).

Displays analogue inputs 3 and 4 of expansion 3 (if present).

Mask Analogue inputs:2 N Value 5 22.3 C 6 24.2 C Analogue inputs:2 N Value 7 22.4 C 8 - C Digital inputs: 3 12345 67890 12345 CCCCC CCCCC CCCCC CCC Digital outputs: 3 12345 67890 12345 AAAAA AAAAA AAAAA AAA Analogue inputs:3 N Value 1 06.0 C 2 00.0 C Analogue inputs:3 N Value 3 00.0 C 4 00.0 C Analogue outputs: 3 N Value 1 00.0 V

Voltage applied to analogue output 1 of expansion 3 (if present).

Displays the state of the digital inputs of expansion 4 (if present) and specifies their state. C: Contact closed O: Contact open Displays the state of the digital outputs of expansion 4 (if present) and specifies their state. C: Contact closed O: Contact open Displays analogue inputs 1 and 2 of expansion 4 (if present).

Digital inputs: 4 12345 67890 12345 CCCCC CCCCC CCCCC CCC Digital outputs: 4 12345 67890 12345 AAAAA AAAAA AAAAA AAA Analogue inputs:4 N Value 1 A 2 A Analogue inputs:4 N Value 3 A 4 A Digital inputs: 5 12345 67890 12345 CCCCC CCCCC CCCCC CCC

Displays analogue inputs 3 and 4 of expansion 4 (if present).

Displays the state of the digital inputs of expansion 5 (if present) and specifies their state. C: Contact closed O: Contact open

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Description of mask Displays the state of the digital outputs of expansion 5 (if present) and specifies their state. C: Contact closed O: Contact open Displays analogue inputs 1 and 2 of expansion 5 (if present).

Para n Description of parameter

Default U.M.

Min.

Max.

Mask Digital outputs: 5 12345 67890 12345 AAAAA AAAAA AAAAA AAA Analogue inputs:5 N Value 1 00.0 C 2 00.0 C Analogue inputs:5 N Value 3 00.0 C 4 00.0 C

Displays analogue inputs 3 and 4 of expansion 5 (if present).

Setpoint

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

Type of unit: chiller Operating mode: chiller

Mask for displaying the type of unit and setting the operating mode.

358

Setting the operating mode

P907 P908

Active set point:

Displays the current set point. If the letter R appears in the top right-hand corner, the active set point is the secondary one.

Main 07.0 C Recovery 42.5 C Chiller set point 07.0 C Heat pump set point 42.5 C

Sets the chiller and heat pump set point for input adjustment.

359

Summer set point with Quick Mind input adjustment

11.0

P281 P283
C C C

Summer set point with step input adjustment Winter set point with step input adjustment Summer set point with output adjustment

Chiller set point 11.0 C Heat pump set point 45.0 C

Sets the chiller and heat pump set point for output adjustment.

360 361 362

9.5 42.5 7.0

P282 P283 P286 P287 P284 P285


C

Winter set point with output adjustment Secondary summer set point

Secondary chiller set point 07.0 C Secondary heat pump set point 45.0 C

Sets the secondary set point (only displayed if the secondary set point is enabled).

363 364

45.0 7.0
Secondary winter set point

P288 P289 P911 P912


C

Recovery set point 42.5 C

Sets the recovery set point (only displayed if recovery is enabled).

365 366

Recovery set point

45.0 42.5

P913 P914 P290 P291

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Mask

Unit

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

Para n Description of parameter

Default U.M.

Min.

Max.

Temp. In. Evap. 12.5 Rec. 35.6 Cond. 38.0 Temp. In. Evap. 12.5 Evap1 Evap2 Temp. In. Cond. 24.3 Cond.1 Cond.2 Temp. of External air Freecooling

Out. 07.0C 40.5C 42.5C Out. 07.0C 07.2C 06.9C Out. 22.4C 22.3C 22.4C

Displays inlet and outlet temperatures of the evaporator, recuperator and condenser (where fitted).

05.3C 06.0C

(if 2 evaporators are fitted) Displays inlet and outlet temperatures of the evaporator or condenser (depending on whether the unit is in the summer or winter mode) and the outlet temperature of the two evaporators. (if 2 condensers are fitted) Displays inlet and outlet temperatures of the evaporator or condenser (depending on whether the unit is in the summer or winter mode) and the outlet temperatures of the two condensers. Displays temperature or external air or freecooling. (if probes are fitted)

hp lp st

Displays high and low pressure values (if transducers are fitted) and codifies the operating mode of circuits 1 and 2.

(in chiller units with recovery) Displays high pressure values, pressure converted into temperature values and calculated supercooling values of circuits 1 and 2.

Circ1 07.3 04.2 Off Circ1 hp 07.3 tc 00.0 sub 00.0 Circ1 defr N T.wt 0904 T.def 0000 Outlet temp.

Circ2 07.3bar 03.9bar Off Circ2 07.3bar 00.0 C 00.0 C Circ2 N 0000 s 0028 s

Displays the defrosting status of circuits 1 and 2, the delay before defrosting starts and the time remaining until defrosting ends.

105.3C 098.4C

Displays the outlet temperatures of the compressors. (if probes are fitted)

Analogue outputs: Condens.Adj. 1:000 Condens.Adj. 2:000

Displays analogue outputs 1 and 2. Shows the percentage of % demand of the devices connected to it (for non-linear devices % correspondence with supplied voltage V does not apply)

Analogue outputs: -----

% %

Displays analogue outputs 3 and 4.

Analogue outputs: -----

% %

Displays analogue outputs 5 and 6.

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Mask Analogue outputs: 3 Freecooling :000 % --- %

Description of mask Displays analogue outputs 1 and 2 of expansion 3.

Para n Description of parameter

Default U.M.

Min.

Max.

Hour counter

Displays the operating hours of the circulation pump (pump 2 appears only if two pumps are enabled).

Pump 1 000000 Pump 2 000000 Compr. hour counter Average hours 000000 C1 000000 C2 000000 C3 000000 C4 000000 Compr. hour counter

Displays the average operating hours of compressors. Displays the operating hours of compressors 1, 2, 3 and 4.

Displays the operating hours of compressors 5, 6, 7 and 8 (if fitted).

Displays the operating status of the centrifugal compressors, the request and effective activation, the rpm and the percentage delivered.

Displays the operating status of the centrifugal compressors, the request and effective activation, the rpm and the percentage delivered.

Displays the operating status of the centrifugal compressors, the request and effective activation, the rpm and the percentage delivered.

Displays the operating status of the centrifugal compressors, the request and effective activation, the rpm and the percentage delivered.

Displays the operating status of the centrifugal compressors, the request and effective activation, the rpm and the percentage delivered.

Displays the operating status of the centrifugal compressors, the request and effective activation, the rpm and the percentage delivered.

Displays the operating status of the centrifugal compressors, the request and effective activation, the rpm and the percentage delivered.

C5 000000 C6 000000 C7 000000 C8 000000 Comp.1 Off Req 00.0 == 00.0 Act 00000rpm 000% Comp.2 Start Req 05.0 == 05.0 Act 15000rpm 050% Comp.3 Work Req 09.0 == 09.0 Act 40000rpm 098% Comp.4 Alarm Req 00.0 == 00.0 Act 00000rpm 000% Comp.5 Off Req 00.0 == 00.0 Act 00000rpm 000% Comp.6 Start Req 05.0 == 05.0 Act 15000rpm 050% Comp.7 Work Req 09.0 == 09.0 Act 40000rpm 098% Comp.8 Alarm Req 00.0 == 00.0 Act 00000rpm 000%

Displays the operating status of the centrifugal compressors, the request and effective activation, the rpm and the percentage delivered.

No alarm detected

No alarm signal has been detected.

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Mask AL:002 Phase sequence

Description of mask Faulty phase connection. Totally shuts down the unit (only displayed if the input that detects it is fitted)

Para n Description of parameter

Default U.M.

Min.

Max.

AL:003 Flow switch/ Evaporator pump thermal protector

(In units with hardware that does not distinguish between flow switch and thermal protection) Pump motor overheated or no flow to evaporator. The alarm automatically resets if there is no flow but must be manually reset if the pump has overheated.

AL:003 Evaporator flow switch

No flow to evaporator. The alarm is automatically reset. (only displayed if the digital input is separate from the evaporator pump thermal protection)

AL:005 Low input water temperature

Low water temperature at evaporator inlet. The alarm is automatically reset. (for the heat pump mode)

AL:006 High input water temperature

High water temperature at evaporator inlet. The alarm is automatically reset (for the chiller mode)

AL:010

Evaporator n 1 antifreeze

Low water temperature at evaporator outlet. Also specifies which evaporator (if more than one) is involved in the alarm condition.

AL:014 No generic enable

Unit stops due to an external signal. (only displayed if the relative input is fitted)

AL:021 Low water level in system

Low water level in the system. (the evaporator outlet temperature changes too quickly and creates a low water level in the system)

AL:022 Low water flow in system

Low water flow in the system. (the temperature difference between the evaporator inlet and outlet is too high and creates a low water flow from the pump)

AL:045 Condenser flow switch

No flow to condenser. Automatic reset.

AL:046 Recuperator flow switch

No flow to recuperator. Automatic reset.

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Description of mask Para n (in units with just one pump) Maintenance hours limit exceeded. Description of parameter

Default U.M.

Min.

Max.

Mask AL:051 Evaporator pump maintenance AL:052 Pump 2 maintenance

(in units with more than one pump) Pump 2 maintenance hours limit exceeded.

AL:075 Condenser n 1 antifreeze

Low temperature of condenser outlet water. Also specifies which condenser (if there is more than one) the alarm refers to.

AL:076 Recuperator antifreeze

Low temperature of recuperator outlet water.

(in units with just one pump) Pump overheated.

(in units with more than one pump) Pump 2 overheated.

AL:081 Evaporator pump thermal protection AL:082 Pump 2 thermal protection AL:085 Condenser pump thermal protection

Condenser pump overheated.

Recuperator pump thermal protection

AL:086

Recuperator pump overheated.

Glycol pump thermal protection

AL:087

Glycol pump overheated (in freecooling units).

The relative expansion is not linked. Automatic reset. (for expansions 1 to 4)

S :091 Expansion n 1 no-link S :095 Expansion n 5 no-link

The relative expansion is not linked. Automatic reset. (for unused expansion 5)

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Mask AL:

Description of mask Relative expansion unlinked alarm. Manual reset. (for expansions 1 to 4)

Para n Description of parameter

Default U.M.

Min.

Max.

Relative expansion unlinked alarm. Manual reset. (for unused expansion 5)

Low oil level or pressure in compressors 1, 2, 3 or 4.

Low oil level or pressure in compressors 5, 6, 7 or 8.

High outlet temperature in compressors 1, 2, 3 or 4.

Motor of compressors 1, 2, 3 or 4 overheated or any fault.

Motor of compressors 5, 6, 7 or 8 overheated or any fault.

Compressor 1, 2, 3 or 4 maintenance hours limit exceeded.

Compressor 5, 6, 7 or 8 (if fitted) maintenance hours limit exceeded.

High pressure in the relative cooling circuit (from pressure switch).

Overheating and consequent shut-down of one of the condensation fans in the relative circuit.

Alarm, with start-up delay, which triggers in the event of low pressure in the relative coolant circuit.

092 Expansion n 2 no-link AL:095 Expansion n 1 no-link AL:111 Compressor n 1 oil AL: 118 Compressor n 8 oil AL: 123 High outlet temperature in compressor circuit n 3 AL:131 Compressor n 1 Fault AL:135 Compressor n 5 Fault S:151 Compressor n 1 Maintenance S:155 Compressor n 5 Maintenance AL:211 High pressure circuit n 1 AL:221 Fan thermal protection circuit n 1 AL: 232 Low pressure circuit n 2 AL:241 High pressure from transducer circuit n 1

High pressure in the relative cooling circuit (from transducer).

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Mask AL:

Description of mask Possible start-up attempt with freon leakage in relative circuit.

Para n Description of parameter

Default U.M.

Min.

Max.

Possible freon leakage in the circuit as the Start-up timeout alarm has triggered for at least 8 hours.

252 Low pressure circuit n 2 start-up timeout AL: 262 Freon leakage in circuit n 2 AL:410 Probe 1 error

Probe failure

AL:420 Probe 2 error

Probe failure

AL:430 Probe 3 error

Probe failure

AL:440 Probe 4 error

Probe failure

AL:450 Probe 5 error

Probe failure

AL:460 Probe 6 error

Probe failure

AL:470 Probe 7 error

Probe failure

AL:480 Probe 8 error

Probe failure

AL:490 Probe 9 error

Probe failure

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Mask AL:400 Probe 10 error

Description of mask Probe failure

Para n Description of parameter

Default U.M.

Min.

Max.

Probe failure.

Probe failure.

Probe failure.

Probe failure.

Probe failure.

Probe failure.

Probe failure.

Probe failure.

Probe failure.

Probe failure.

Probe failure.

AL:511 Probe 1 error expansion 1 AL: 516 Probe 6 error expansion 1 AL:519 Probe 9 error expansion 1 AL: 522 Probe 2 error expansion 2 AL: 527 Probe 7 error expansion 2 AL: 520 Probe 10 error expansion 2 AL: 533 Probe 3 error expansion 3 AL: 538 Probe 8 error expansion 3 AL:539 Probe 9 error expansion 3 AL: 544 Probe 4 error expansion 4 AL:545 Probe 5 error expansion 4 AL: 540 Probe 10 error expansion 4

Probe failure.

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Description of mask Probe failure.

Para n Description of parameter

Default U.M.

Min.

Max.

Probe failure.

Mask AL:551 Probe 1 error expansion 5 AL: 556 Probe 6 error expansion 5 AL:559 Probe 9 error expansion 5 901 902 903 904 905 906 907 908 909 910 911 912 913 914 915 916 917 918 919 920 Maximum settable limit for configuring the machine type (depends on the type of hardware) Maximum settable limit for choosing the compressor type Maximum limit for the number of circuits (depends on the type of hardware) Maximum limit for the number of compressors (depends on the type of hardware) Maximum limit for the number of steps per compressor (depends on the type of hardware) Maximum limit for the number of evaporators (depends on the type of hardware) Minimum settable limit for the operating mode (depends on the parameter settings and the type of hardware) Maximum settable limit for the operating mode (depends on the parameter settings and the type of hardware) Minimum settable value for the minimum chiller setpoint (equal to anti-freeze setpoint + 2C) Maximum settable limit for the minimum chiller setpoint Minimum chiller setpoint limit (depends on the adjustment type) Maximum chiller setpoint limit (depends on the adjustment type) Minimum heat pump setpoint limit (depends on the adjustment type) Maximum heat pump setpoint limit (depends on the adjustment type) Minimum recovery set point Maximum recovery set point Maximum number of available languages Enable limit for advanced time bands Minimum settable value for controlling time bands (depends on parameter settings) Maximum settable value for controlling time bands (depends on parameter settings)

Probe failure.

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Mask

Description of mask

Para n 921 922 923 924 925 Compressor types that can be used by the board Description of parameter Negated parameter value: Delta in temperature for disabling freecooling Negated parameter value: Offset in temperature for disabling freecooling Maximum number of ventilation steps available on the board Maximum number of pumps available on the board

Default U.M.

Min.

Max.

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12

DIAGRAMS
12.1CONDENSATION ADJUSTMENT

This diagrams section has been introduced to help users to understand the various functions.

The following diagrams refer to operation in the chiller mode.

12.1.1 CONTINUOUS STEP


Regolazione continui Continuous tipo stepStep adjustment

Stepsteps Attivi Active

Step4 on

Step3 on
Set -SetPoint point differenziale differential Set Point

Step2 on
Set Point Set point - differenziale differential Set Point

Step1 on
Set Point Set point -differenziale differential Set Point

Set point Point Set differenziale differential

Set Point

Pressione Pressure

12.1.2 STEP

Step steps Attivi Active


Step1 on 1

Regolazione tipo Step Step adjustment


Step2 on Step3 on Step4 on

Set point Point Set differenziale differential

Set Point

Set Point point-differential differenziale

Set Point

Set Point Set point -differenziale differential

Set Point

Set Point point- differenziale differential

Set Point

Pressione Pressure

12.1.3 CONTINUOUS
Condensation Condensazione

Regolazione tipo Continua Continuous adjustment


100%

max. sp. % max vel. %

Condensation without Condensazione senza Off regolazione adjustment Off

min vel. % min. sp. %


Condensation with Condensazione con Off adjustment Off regolazione

Set Point diff. Off

Set Point

Set + Set Point point + differenziale differential

Pressione Pressure

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13

PROCEDURE FOR TERMINAL CONFIGURATION

The first operation to perform when a network is started up for the first time or an I/O board is replaced, is to activate the procedure for terminal configuration. Before starting this procedure it is advisable to check that each I/O board and each terminal has been identified with the correct address established when the network was designed. It is important to remember that the address set with the dip-switches or software configuration is only received if the device is reset. Moreover, it is advisable to perform global resetting of all network devices if a mistake has been made in the configuration of the addresses (more than one board with the same address). The configuration procedure must be activated from any terminal, which may also be connected temporarily only to perform configuration operations and removed upon completion. The following operations must be performed:

13.1SETTING THE KEYBOARD ADDRESS


Press UP, DOWN and ENTER together and hold down until the 1. mask shown to the side appears.

Display address Setting..........:00 I/O Board address: Display address Setting..........:21 I/O Board address:-Display address changed

2. Set the required address for the keyboard (e.g.: 21 )

3. This mask means that the address of the keyboard has been set. If an empty mask appears it means that the keyboard is not 4. communicating with any board. Either the board must be addressed or the plan network must be configured.

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13.2SETTING INDIVIDUAL BOARD ADDRESSES


The procedure for addressing boards depends on the type of board in question.

13.2.1 SETTING S OR M BOARD ADDRESSES


In S or M boards the board address is set by the software using the keyboard. The address of the keyboard, however, must be 0. 1. Make sure the keyboard address is set to 0. 3 Disconnect the board from the power supply. Power the board and press ALARM and UP together; hold the keys 4. down until the mask shown to the side appears. Set the required address (e.g.: 1 ) To do this, press UP or DOWN; press ENTER to confirm. An empty mask appears because the address of the keyboard is 0 and that of the board is 1; the two devices cannot communicate. Address the keyboard Configure the plan network

5. 6. 7 8

pLan address: 0 UP: increase DOWN: decrease ENTER: save & exit pLan address: 1 UP: increase DOWN: decrease ENTER: save & exit

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13.2.2 SETTING L OR XL BOARD ADDRESSES


In L or XL boards, the addresses are set with dip-switches.
ON DIP

E.g.: Multiplier Dip-switch 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0

2 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0

4 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0

8 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0

16 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0

32 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

1. Make sure the board is disconnected from the power supply Set the required address (e.g.:) 2. Do this by setting the dip-switch addresses. 3 Address the keyboard 4 Configure the plan network

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13.3

CONFIGURING THE PLAN NETWORK


Display address Setting..........:00 I/O Board address: Display address Setting..........:21 I/O Board address:-Display address

Press UP, DOWN and ENTER together and hold down until the 1. mask shown to the side appears.

2. Set the required address for the keyboard (e.g.: 21 )

Press ENTER to display the address of the boards in pLan (in this Setting..........:21 case 1 ). 3. N.B.: If there is more than one board, press UP or DOWN to choose I/O Board address:01 which board to configure. 4. Press ENTER to configure the terminals; press ENTER to confirm In this mask, the Enter key moves the cursor from one field to another 5. and the UP DOWN keys change the values. P:01 means that the board with address 1 is being configured.

Terminal config Press ENTER To continue Adr Priv/Shared None -None -None -- Ok?No Adr Priv/Shared 21 Pr None -None -- Ok?No Adr Priv/Shared 21 Pr 32 Sh None -- Ok?No Adr Priv/Shared 21 Pr 32 Sh None -- Ok?Yes

P:01 Trm1 Trm2 Trm3 P:01 Configure keyboard 21 (previously set) as Pr , i.e.: private (usually the Trm1 6. Trm2 one on the unit). Trm3 P:01 Trm1 The remote keyboard can also be configured. Simply define the 7. Trm2 keyboard addressed with 32 (even if not present) as Sh, i.e.: shared. Trm3
To save the settings and exit the configuration procedure, move the cursor to No, change it to Yes and press ENTER. To exit without saving the settings, wait 30 seconds without touching the keyboard.

8.

P:01 Trm1 Trm2 Trm3

If there is another network comprising just W3000 chillers, a compact remote keyboard can be used. Press ESC and UP together to switch between the various boards.

13.3.1 PLAN NETWORK WITH OTHER APPLICATIONS


If the plan network does not comprise just W3000 chillers, a 16-key keyboard must be used. In this case, press UNIT to switch between one board and another. In this case, however, the terminals must be given a special configuration as they only recognised the 16-key keyboard on terminal 3. The terminal configuration procedure remains the same up to point 6, after which: The remote keyboard can be configured even if the plan network doe 7. not comprise just W3000 chillers. Simply define the keyboard addressed with 32 (N.B.: on terminal 3) as Sh, i.e.: shared. To save the settings and exit the configuration procedure, move the cursor to No, change it to Yes and press ENTER. To exit without saving the settings, wait 30 seconds without touching the keyboard.

P:01 Trm1 Trm2 Trm3 P:01 Trm1 Trm2 Trm3

Adr Priv/Shared 21 Pr None -32 Sh Ok?No Adr Priv/Shared 21 Pr None -32 Sh Ok?Yes

8.

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13.4

CONNECTING THE REMOTE KEYBOARD

Usually, just the keyboard on the chiller is used. This is connected directly to connector J10. It is possible to connect a remote keyboard to the chillers and choose between various configurations. Let us analyse a fundamental component: the T shunt. This is a shunt with phone connectors that is used in the plan network. The important thing to remember about this component is that jumpers J14 and J15 must be positioned between 1 and 2, and the terminal board must be set as follows: Screw terminal 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Function Earth (sheath of shielded cable) +VRL=30V GND Rx-/TxRx+/Tx+ GND +VRL=30V

13.4.1 REMOTE KEYBOARD UP TO 200 m


To connect a remote keyboard two T shunt boards must be used, one near the controller and one near the remote keyboard. If a remote keyboard monitors just one unit, the correct configuration is:

TWISTED SHIELDED CABLE

If a remote keyboard monitors more than one unit, simply network the chillers together and jumper connectors J11. A configuration similar to the one shown above should only be used on the last board in the network (the one nearest the remote keyboard).

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13.4.2 REMOTE KEYBOARD FROM 200 m TO 500 m


If the remote keyboard must be installed over 200m away from the plan network, a power unit must be installed near the remote keyboard. The remote keyboard cannot be installed more than 500 m away. If just one chiller is connected, the connection diagram is:

TWISTED SHIELDED CABLE

To connect more than one chiller to the same remote keyboard, connect the two boards together by jumpering connectors J11. A configuration similar to the one shown above should only be used on the last board in the network (the one nearest the remote keyboard).

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13.4.3 SPECIAL NOTES


To install the remote terminal, perform the following simple operations. Just a few but essential operations are required. If just one of these is not performed correctly, the entire system will not work The remote keyboard will work problem-free if the following operations are performed one after the other. Leaving the network cable disconnected. configure the terminals on each board and keyboard and leave room for the remote keyboard.

Address the boards and keyboards one by one Check the chillers work correctly without being connected to the networked. Disconnect the power supply from the chillers Connect all the chillers to the network except for the remote keyboard. Power the chillers. Check that all the networked devices work correctly Make sure the remote keyboard address is set to 32. Make sure that the devices outside the chillers are correctly configured. Connect the remote keyboard. Wait a few seconds until network communication has stabilised.

2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Connect connectors J11 together. Do not connect the remote keyboard. This creates a plan network comprising more than one chillers.

If any faults occur, check the configuration of the terminals to make sure that no two devices have the same address. Follow the procedure for addressing the keyboard. If the converter is fitted, make sure the remote keyboard is powered. Disconnect connector J10 from the last board and connect it to connector A of the T shunt. Connect connector J10 on the last board to connector B of the T shunt.

10

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14 ADDITIONAL CONFIGURATIONS
14.1ADDRESSING EXPANSIONS
Expansions can be connected to boards L or XL. The expansion must be given a specific address depending on the type of chiller and the enabled functions. The boards must be connected together with a three-wire shielded cable connected from terminal J11 of the base to terminal J23 of the expansion.

14.1.1 EXPANSIONS FOR HERMETIC COMPRESSORS


Additional function Recovery enable Recovery enable Freecooling enable HP relay enable Low temperature control enable Low pressure transducer enable Number of compressors for circuit 3 or 4 Function, chiller type Chiller with heat recovery Multi-use Heat pump with total heat recovery Freecooling chiller Chiller with HP relay Low temperature chiller Any chiller with hermetic compressors where low pressure monitoring is required Chiller with 3 or 4 hermetic compressors per circuit Expansion address 1 2 3 Expansion type E M E

14.1.2 EXPANSIONS FOR SEMI-HERMETIC COMPRESSORS


Additional function Recovery enable Recovery enable Freecooling enable HP relay enable Set point variation enable Recovery set point variation enable Secondary set point enable Number of compressors for circuit 2 At least one pump enable Heat pump Recovery enable Freecooling enable HP relay enable Low temperature control enable 2 evaporators Function, chiller type Chiller with heat recovery Multi-use Heat pump with total heat recovery Freecooling chiller Chiller with HP relay Unit with set point or secondary set point enable Unit with 2 alternative compressors per circuit Chiller with pumps on board Heat pump chiller Chiller with heat recovery Freecooling chiller Chiller with HP relay Low temperature chiller Chiller with more than one evaporator Expansion address 1 2 3 Expansion type E M E

4 5

E E

14.1.3 EXPANSIONS FOR CENTRIFUGAL COMPRESSORS


Additional function Low pressure transducer enable Function, chiller type Any chiller with centrifugal compressors where low pressure monitoring is required Expansion address 3 Expansion type E

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14.2CONFIGURING ANALOGUE INPUTS ON S OR M BOARDS


On S or M boards, the analogue inputs must be configured with dipswitches. Analogue inputs B1, B2, B3 and B4 can be configured both as a temperature probe and as pressure transducers; inputs B5 and B6 as temperature probes or as a digital input. Description Configuring analogue inputs B1, B2, B3 and B4 as an NTC temperature probe; Dipswitch setting
ON DIP

Configuring analogue inputs B1, B2, B3 and B4 as a 0-20mA or 4-20mA pressure transducer; Configuring analogue inputs B5 and B6 as an NTC temperature probe;

ON

DIP

ON

Configuring analogue inputs B5 and B6 as a digital input commanded by an ONOFF signal; E.g.: B1 and B2 temperature probes, B3 and B4 pressure transducers, B5 temperature probe, B6 ON-OFF input.

ON

ON

DIP

ON

DIP

ON

14.3MOUNTING THE CLOCK BOARD


The clock board manages date and time settings. It is already built into the electronic controller on chillers with L boards; on chillers with S or M boards it is already built into the Black Box board, if fitted. Mount as follows: Warning: before touching the board of control unit, touch an earth connection to eliminate any electrostatic discharge. If the clock board is not installed or is damaged, the mask shown to the side is displayed in the Clock menu. Switch off the electronic control unit Remove the clock board cover with a screwdriver Fit the optional board into the toothed connector; Close the cover Switch on power Make sure the above mask is no longer displayed in the Clock menu.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Clock board not installed

14.4MOUNTING THE SERIAL BOARD


For information on mounting the serial board, consult the Serial Interface Manual.

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15 ANNEXES
ANNEX A: alarms table
ALARM 2 3 5 6 10 14 21 22 23 45 46 51 52 75 76 81 82 85 86 87 91 92 93 94 95 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 121 122 123 124 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 151 152 153 DESCRIPTION Phase sequence Evaporator flow switch Low inlet temperature High inlet temperature Evaporator antifreeze No enabling signal Low water charge Low water flow High water flow Condenser flow switch Recuperator flow switch Pump 1 maintenance Pump 2 maintenance Condenser antifreeze Recuperator antifreeze Pump 1 thermal protection Pump 2 thermal protection Condenser pump thermal protection Recuperator pump thermal protection Glycol pump thermal protection Expansion 1 no-link Expansion 2 no-link Expansion 3 no-link Expansion 4 no-link Expansion 5 no-link Compressor oil 1 Compressor oil 2 Compressor oil 3 Compressor oil 4 Compressor oil 5 Compressor oil 6 Compressor oil 7 Compressor oil 8 High outlet temperature compressor 1 High outlet temperature compressor 2 High outlet temperature compressor 3 High outlet temperature compressor 4 Compressor 1 fault Compressor 2 fault Compressor 3 fault Compressor 4 fault Compressor 5 fault Compressor 6 fault Compressor 7 fault Compressor 8 fault Compressor 1 maintenance Compressor 2 maintenance Compressor 3 maintenance RESET A A S/A S/A M M S M S A A S S M A M M M M S/A S/A S/A S/A S/A S/A M M M M M M M M M M M M M - A/M M - A/M M - A/M M - A/M M - A/M M - A/M M - A/M M - A/M S S S

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154 155 156 157 158 211 212 213 214 221 222 223 224 231 232 233 234 241 242 243 244 251 252 253 254 261 262 263 264 400 410 420 430 440 450 460 470 480 490 510 511 512 513 514 515 516 517 518 519 520 521 522 523 524

Compressor 4 maintenance Compressor 5 maintenance Compressor 6 maintenance Compressor 7 maintenance Compressor 8 maintenance Circuit 1 high pressure Circuit 2 high pressure Circuit 3 high pressure Circuit 4 high pressure Circuit 1 fan thermal protection Circuit 2 fan thermal protection Circuit 3 fan thermal protection Circuit 4 fan thermal protection Circuit 1 low pressure Circuit 2 low pressure Circuit 3 low pressure Circuit 4 low pressure Transducer 1 high pressure Transducer 2 high pressure Transducer 3 high pressure Transducer 4 high pressure Circuit 1 start-up timeout Circuit 2 start-up timeout Circuit 3 start-up timeout Circuit 4 start-up timeout Freon leakage in circuit 1 Freon leakage in circuit 2 Freon leakage in circuit 3 Freon leakage in circuit 4 Probe 10 error Probe 1 error Probe 2 error Probe 3 error Probe 4 error Probe 5 error Probe 6 error Probe 7 error Probe 8 error Probe 9 error Probe 10 error expansion 1 Probe 1 error expansion 1 Probe 2 error expansion 1 Probe 3 error expansion 1 Probe 4 error expansion 1 Probe 5 error expansion 1 Probe 6 error expansion 1 Probe 7 error expansion 1 Probe 8 error expansion 1 Probe 9 error expansion 1 Probe 10 error expansion 2 Probe 1 error expansion 2 Probe 2 error expansion 2 Probe 3 error expansion 2 Probe 4 error expansion 2

S S S S S M M M M M M M M A/M A/M M M M M M M A A A A S S S S M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M

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525 526 527 528 529 530 531 532 533 534 535 536 537 538 539 540 541 542 543 544 545 546 547 548 549 550 551 552 553 554 555 556 557 558 559
M = A = A/M = S = M - A/M=

Probe 5 error expansion 2 Probe 6 error expansion 2 Probe 7 error expansion 2 Probe 8 error expansion 2 Probe 9 error expansion 2 Probe 10 error expansion 3 Probe 1 error expansion 3 Probe 2 error expansion 3 Probe 3 error expansion 3 Probe 4 error expansion 3 Probe 5 error expansion 3 Probe 6 error expansion 3 Probe 7 error expansion 3 Probe 8 error expansion 3 Probe 9 error expansion 3 Probe 10 error expansion 4 Probe 1 error expansion 4 Probe 2 error expansion 4 Probe 3 error expansion 4 Probe 4 error expansion 4 Probe 5 error expansion 4 Probe 6 error expansion 4 Probe 7 error expansion 4 Probe 8 error expansion 4 Probe 9 error expansion 4 Probe 10 error expansion 5 Probe 1 error expansion 5 Probe 2 error expansion 5 Probe 3 error expansion 5 Probe 4 error expansion 5 Probe 5 error expansion 5 Probe 6 error expansion 5 Probe 7 error expansion 5 Probe 8 error expansion 5 Probe 9 error expansion 5
Manual Automatic Automatic for the first three, after which manual Signal Manual (in hermetic, alternative and screw compressors), Automatic for the first three, after which manual (in centrifugal compressors)

M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M

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16 S BOARD INPUTS/OUTPUTS TABLE:


16.1Water/air chiller with S axial fans
ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 Digital inputs Circuit 1 high pressure switch Circuit 2 high pressure switch Circuit 1 low pressure switch Circuit 2 low pressure switch Compressor 1 thermal protection Compressor 2 thermal protection Evaporator flow meter / thermal protection Remote on/off Analogue inputs Evaporator inlet water temperature Evaporator outlet water temperature Circuit 1 high pressure transducer Circuit 2 high pressure transducer Compressors enable Remote Summer/Winter Digital outputs Pump 1 Compressor 1 Compressor 2 Circuit 1 cycle reversal valve Circuit 2 cycle reversal valve General alarms cumulative Evaporator antifreeze heating element

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6

NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8

Analogue outputs Y1 Circuit 1 speed adjustment Y2 Circuit 2 speed adjustment Y3 Y4

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16.2Water/air chiller with S centrifugal fans


ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 Digital inputs Circuit 1 high pressure switch Circuit 2 high pressure switch Circuit 1 low pressure switch Circuit 2 low pressure switch Compressor 1 thermal protection Compressor 2 thermal protection Evaporator flow meter / thermal protection Remote on/off Analogue inputs Evaporator inlet water temperature Evaporator outlet water temperature Circuit 1 high pressure transducer Circuit 2 high pressure transducer Fan thermal protection Remote Summer/Winter Digital outputs Pump 1 Compressor 1 Compressor 2 Condensation fans Circuit 1 cycle reversal valve Circuit 2 cycle reversal valve General alarms cumulative Evaporator antifreeze heating element

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6

NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8

Analogue outputs Y1 Speed adjustment Y2 Y3 Y4

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16.3S water/water chiller


ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 Digital inputs Circuit 1 high pressure switch Circuit 2 high pressure switch Circuit 1 low pressure switch Circuit 2 low pressure switch Compressor 1 thermal protection Compressor 2 thermal protection Evaporator flow meter / thermal protection Remote on/off Analogue inputs Evaporator inlet water temperature Evaporator outlet water temperature Condenser inlet water temperature Condenser outlet water temperature Compressors enable Remote Summer/Winter Digital outputs Pump 1 Compressor 1 Compressor 2 Cycle reversal valve General alarms cumulative Evaporator antifreeze heating element

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6

NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8

Analogue outputs Y1 Condensation adjustment Y2 Y3 Y4

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16.4S Evaporating unit


ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 Digital inputs Circuit 1 high pressure switch Circuit 2 high pressure switch Circuit 1 low pressure switch Circuit 2 low pressure switch Compressor 1 thermal protection Compressor 2 thermal protection Evaporator flow meter / thermal protection Remote on/off Analogue inputs Evaporator inlet water temperature Evaporator outlet water temperature

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6

Circuit 1 fan thermal protection Circuit 2 fan thermal protection Digital outputs Pump 1 Compressor 1 Compressor 2

NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8

General alarms cumulative Evaporator antifreeze heating element Analogue outputs

Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4

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17 M BOARD INPUTS/OUTPUTS TABLE:


17.1Water/air chiller with M axial fans
Digital inputs ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 ID9 ID10 ID11 ID12 ID13 ID14 Phase sequence Circuit 1 low pressure switch Circuit 2 low pressure switch Compressor 1 thermal protection Compressor 2 thermal protection Evaporator flow switch Remote on/off Compressors enable General enable Pump 1 thermal protection Pump 2 thermal protection Circuit 1 high pressure switch Circuit 2 high pressure switch Analogue inputs Evaporator inlet water temperature Evaporator outlet water temperature Circuit 1 high pressure transducer Circuit 2 high pressure transducer Remote Summer/Winter

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8

NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8 NO9 NO10 NO11 NO12 NO13

Digital outputs Pump 1 Pump 2

Circuit 1 cycle reversal valve Circuit 2 cycle reversal valve General alarms cumulative Evaporator antifreeze heating element

Compressor 1 Compressor 2

Analogue outputs Y1 Circuit 1 speed adjustment Y2 Circuit 2 speed adjustment Y3 Y4

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17.2Water/air chiller with M centrifugal fans


Digital inputs ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 ID9 ID10 ID11 ID12 ID13 ID14 Phase sequence Circuit 1 low pressure switch Circuit 2 low pressure switch Compressor 1 thermal protection Compressor 2 thermal protection Evaporator flow switch Remote on/off Compressors enable General enable Pump 1 thermal protection Pump 2 thermal protection Circuit 1 high pressure switch Circuit 2 high pressure switch Analogue inputs Evaporator inlet water temperature Evaporator outlet water temperature Circuit 1 high pressure transducer Circuit 2 high pressure transducer Fans thermal relay Remote Summer/Winter

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8

NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8 NO9 NO10 NO11 NO12 NO13

Digital outputs Pump 1 Pump 2

Circuit 1 cycle reversal valve Circuit 2 cycle reversal valve General alarms cumulative Evaporator antifreeze heating element Condensation fans

Compressor 1 Compressor 2

Analogue outputs Y1 Speed adjustment Y2 Y3 Y4

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17.3M water/water chiller


Digital inputs ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 ID9 ID10 ID11 ID12 ID13 ID14 Phase sequence Circuit 1 low pressure switch Circuit 2 low pressure switch Compressor 1 thermal protection Compressor 2 thermal protection Evaporator flow switch Remote on/off Compressors enable General enable Pump 1 thermal protection Pump 2 thermal protection Circuit 1 high pressure switch Circuit 2 high pressure switch Analogue inputs Evaporator inlet water temperature Evaporator outlet water temperature Circuit 1 high pressure transducer Circuit 2 high pressure transducer Remote Summer/Winter Condenser inlet water temperature Condenser outlet water temperature Digital outputs Pump 1 Pump 2

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8

NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8 NO9 NO10 NO11 NO12 NO13

Cycle reversal valve General alarms cumulative Evaporator antifreeze heating element

Compressor 1 Compressor 2

Analogue outputs Y1 Condensation adjustment Y2 Y3 Y4

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17.4M Evaporating unit


Digital inputs ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 ID9 ID10 ID11 ID12 ID13 ID14 Phase sequence Circuit 1 low pressure switch Circuit 2 low pressure switch Compressor 1 thermal protection Compressor 2 thermal protection Evaporator flow switch Remote on/off Compressors enable General enable Pump 1 thermal protection Pump 2 thermal protection Circuit 1 high pressure switch Circuit 2 high pressure switch Analogue inputs Evaporator inlet water temperature Evaporator outlet water temperature

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8

Circuit 1 fan thermal protection Circuit 2 fan thermal protection

NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8 NO9 NO10 NO11 NO12 NO13

Digital outputs Pump 1 Pump 2

General alarms cumulative Evaporator antifreeze heating element

Compressor 1 Compressor 2 Analogue outputs

Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4

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18 L BOARD INPUTS/OUTPUTS TABLE for hermetic compressors:


18.1Water/air chiller with L axial fans
ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 ID9 ID10 ID11 ID12 ID13 ID14 ID15 ID16 ID17 ID18 Digital inputs Circuit 1 low pressure switch Compressor 1 thermal protection Compressor 2 thermal protection Circuit 2 low pressure switch Compressor 3 thermal protection Compressor 4 thermal protection Circuit 1 fan thermal protection Circuit 2 fan thermal protection Evaporator flow switch Remote on/off Pump 1 thermal protection Pump 2 thermal protection Circuit 1 high pressure switch Circuit 2 high pressure switch Phase sequence General enable Compressors enable Remote Summer/Winter Analogue inputs Circuit 1 high pressure transducer Outlet water temperature (Blend) Evaporator inlet water temperature Outlet 1 water temperature Outlet 2 water temperature Circuit 2 high pressure transducer External air temperature Set point variation (4-20mA,0-10V) Dual set point Digital outputs Circuit 1 cycle reversal valve Circuit 2 cycle reversal valve Solenoid valve 1 Solenoid valve 2 Pump 1 Pump 2 Compressor 1 Compressor 2 Ventilation step 1 circuit 1 Ventilation step 2 circuit 1 Ventilation step 3 circuit 1 Evaporator antifreeze heating element General alarms cumulative Compressor 3 Compressor 4 Ventilation step 1 circuit 2 Ventilation step 2 circuit 2 Ventilation step 3 circuit 2

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9 B10

NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8 NO9 NO10 NO11 NO12 NO13 NO14 NO15 NO16 NO17 NO18

Analogue outputs Y1 Circuit 1 speed adjustment Y2 Circuit 2 speed adjustment Y3 Y4 Y5 Y6

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18.2Water/air chiller with L centrifugal fans


ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 ID9 ID10 ID11 ID12 ID13 ID14 ID15 ID16 ID17 ID18 Digital inputs Circuit 1 low pressure switch Compressor 1 thermal protection Compressor 2 thermal protection Circuit 2 low pressure switch Compressor 3 thermal protection Compressor 4 thermal protection Fans thermal relay Evaporator flow switch Remote on/off Pump 1 thermal protection Pump 2 thermal protection Circuit 1 high pressure switch Circuit 2 high pressure switch Phase sequence General enable Compressors enable Remote Summer/Winter Analogue inputs Circuit 1 high pressure transducer Outlet water temperature (Blend) Evaporator inlet water temperature Outlet 1 water temperature Outlet 2 water temperature Circuit 2 high pressure transducer External air temperature Set point variation (4-20mA,0-10V) Dual set point Digital outputs Circuit 1 cycle reversal valve Circuit 2 cycle reversal valve Solenoid valve 1 Solenoid valve 2 Pump 1 Pump 2 Compressor 1 Compressor 2 Main ventilation step

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9 B10

NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8 NO9 NO10 NO11 NO12 NO13 NO14 NO15 NO16 NO17 NO18

Evaporator antifreeze heating element General alarms cumulative Compressor 3 Compressor 4 Ventilation step 1 Ventilation step 2 Ventilation step 3

Analogue outputs Y1 Speed adjustment Y2 Y3 Y4 Y5 Y6

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18.3L water/water chiller


ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 ID9 ID10 ID11 ID12 ID13 ID14 ID15 ID16 ID17 ID18 Digital inputs Circuit 1 low pressure switch Compressor 1 thermal protection Compressor 2 thermal protection Circuit 2 low pressure switch Compressor 3 thermal protection Compressor 4 thermal protection

Evaporator flow switch Remote on/off Pump 1 thermal protection Pump 2 thermal protection Circuit 1 high pressure switch Circuit 2 high pressure switch Phase sequence General enable Compressors enable Remote Summer/Winter Analogue inputs Circuit 1 high pressure transducer Outlet water temperature (Blend) Evaporator inlet water temperature Outlet 1 water temperature Outlet 2 water temperature Circuit 2 high pressure transducer Outlet 2 water temp. / condenser inlet Set point variation (4-20mA,0-10V) Condenser outlet water temperature Dual set point Digital outputs Cycle reversal valve Solenoid valve 1 Solenoid valve 2 Pump 1 Pump 2 Compressor 1 Compressor 2

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9 B10

NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8 NO9 NO10 NO11 NO12 NO13 NO14 NO15 NO16 NO17 NO18

Evaporator antifreeze heating element General alarms cumulative Compressor 3 Compressor 4

Analogue outputs Y1 Condensation adjustment Y2 Y3 Y4 Y5 Y6

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18.4L condensing unit


ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 ID9 ID10 ID11 ID12 ID13 ID14 ID15 ID16 ID17 ID18 Digital inputs Circuit 1 low pressure switch Compressor 1 thermal protection Compressor 2 thermal protection Circuit 2 low pressure switch Compressor 3 thermal protection Compressor 4 thermal protection Circuit 1 fan thermal protection Circuit 2 fan thermal protection Remote on/off

Circuit 1 high pressure switch Circuit 2 high pressure switch Phase sequence

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9 B10

Analogue inputs Circuit 1 high pressure transducer

Step 1 Step 2 Circuit 2 high pressure transducer

Step 3 Step 4 Digital outputs

NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8 NO9 NO10 NO11 NO12 NO13 NO14 NO15 NO16 NO17 NO18

Solenoid valve 1 Solenoid valve 2

Compressor 1 Compressor 2 Ventilation step 1 circuit 1 Ventilation step 2 circuit 1 Ventilation step 3 circuit 1 General alarms cumulative Compressor 3 Compressor 4 Ventilation step 1 circuit 2 Ventilation step 2 circuit 2 Ventilation step 3 circuit 2

Analogue outputs Y1 Circuit 1 speed adjustment Y2 Circuit 2 speed adjustment Y3 Y4 Y5 Y6

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18.5L evaporating unit


ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 ID9 ID10 ID11 ID12 ID13 ID14 ID15 ID16 ID17 ID18 Digital inputs Circuit 1 low pressure switch Compressor 1 thermal protection Compressor 2 thermal protection Circuit 2 low pressure switch Compressor 3 thermal protection Compressor 4 thermal protection Circuit 1 fan thermal protection Circuit 2 fan thermal protection Evaporator flow switch Remote on/off Pump 1 thermal protection Pump 2 thermal protection Circuit 1 high pressure switch Circuit 2 high pressure switch Phase sequence General enable Compressors enable

Analogue inputs B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9 B10 Outlet water temperature (Blend) Evaporator inlet water temperature Outlet 1 water temperature Outlet 2 water temperature

Set point variation (4-20mA,0-10V) Dual set point Digital outputs

NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8 NO9 NO10 NO11 NO12 NO13 NO14 NO15 NO16 NO17 NO18

Solenoid valve 1 Solenoid valve 2 Pump 1 Pump 2 Compressor 1 Compressor 2

Evaporator antifreeze heating element General alarms cumulative Compressor 3 Compressor 4

Analogue outputs Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 Y5 Y6

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19 EXPANSION BOARD INPUTS/OUTPUTS TABLE for hermetic compressors:


19.1Expansion E Chiller with recovery.
Digital inputs ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 ID9 ID10 ID11 ID12 ID13 ID14 ID15 ID16 ID17 ID18 Analogue inputs B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9 B10 Digital outputs Recovery valve circuit 1 Recovery valve circuit 2 Expansion "E" address 1 Digital inputs Recovery flow switch Recovery remote enable

ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4

Analogue inputs Circuit 1 liquid temperature Circuit 2 liquid temperature Recovery inlet temperature Recovery outlet temperature Digital outputs Subcooling circuit 1-1 Subcooling circuit 1-2 Subcooling circuit 2-1 Subcooling circuit 2-2 Analogue outputs

B1 B2 B3 B4

NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4

Y1

NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8 NO9 NO10 NO11 NO12 NO13 NO14 NO15 NO16 NO17 NO18

Analogue outputs Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 Y5 Y6

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19.2Expansion M for hermetic compressors, Multi-use units and Heat pumps with total recovery and air condensation.
Digital inputs ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 ID9 ID10 ID11 ID12 ID13 ID14 ID15 ID16 ID17 ID18 Expansion "M" address 2 Digital inputs Recovery flow switch

ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 ID9 ID10 ID11 ID12 ID13 ID14

Not used Analogue inputs

Analogue inputs Circuit 1 low pressure transducer Circuit 2 low pressure transducer Recovery inlet temperature Recovery outlet temperature

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9 B10 Digital outputs Not used Not used

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8

Digital outputs V V V V V 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8 NO9 NO10 NO11 NO12 NO13 Analogue outputs Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4

NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8 NO9 NO10 NO11 NO12 NO13 NO14 NO15 NO16 NO17 NO18

V V V V V

2-1 2-2 2-3 2-4 2-5

Analogue outputs Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 Y5 Y6

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19.3Expansion M for hermetic compressors, Multi-use units and Heat pumps with total recovery and water condensation.
Digital inputs ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 ID9 ID10 ID11 ID12 ID13 ID14 ID15 ID16 ID17 ID18 Analogue inputs B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9 B10 Digital outputs Not used Not used Expansion "M" address 2 Digital inputs Recovery flow switch Condenser flow switch Condenser pump thermal protection

ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 ID9 ID10 ID11 ID12 ID13 ID14

Analogue inputs Circuit 1 low pressure transducer Circuit 2 low pressure transducer Recovery inlet temperature Recovery outlet temperature Condenser inlet temperature (if 2 cond.)

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8

Digital outputs V V V V V 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8 NO9 NO10 NO11 NO12 NO13

NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8 NO9 NO10 NO11 NO12 NO13 NO14 NO15 NO16 NO17 NO18

Condenser pump V 2-1 V 2-2 V 2-3 V 2-4 V 2-5

Analogue outputs Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4

Analogue outputs Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 Y5 Y6

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19.4Expansion E freecooling.
Digital inputs ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 ID9 ID10 ID11 ID12 ID13 ID14 ID15 ID16 ID17 ID18 Analogue inputs B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9 B10 Digital outputs Freecooling valve Off Freecooling valve On

for

hermetic

compressors

and

Chillers

with

Expansion "E" address 3 Digital inputs Glycol pump thermal protection

ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4

Analogue inputs Circuit 1 low pressure transducer Circuit 2 low pressure transducer Freecooling inlet temperature

B1 B2 B3 B4

Hp Hp Hp Hp

Digital outputs relay circuit 1-1 relay circuit 1-2 relay circuit 2-1 relay circuit 2-2

NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4

Analogue outputs Freecooling modulating valve

Y1

NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8 NO9 NO10 NO11 NO12 NO13 NO14 NO15 NO16 NO17 NO18

Analogue outputs Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 Y5 Y6

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19.5Expansion E for hermetic compressors and Chillers with more than 4 compressors.
Digital inputs ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 ID9 ID10 ID11 ID12 ID13 ID14 ID15 ID16 ID17 ID18 Analogue inputs B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9 B10 Digital outputs NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8 NO9 NO10 NO11 NO12 NO13 NO14 NO15 NO16 NO17 NO18 Analogue outputs Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 Y5 Y6 Expansion "E" address 4 Digital inputs Compressor 5 thermal protection Compressor 6 thermal protection Compressor 7 thermal protection Compressor 8 thermal protection Analogue inputs Step Step Step Step 5 6 7 8 B1 B2 B3 B4

ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4

Digital outputs Compressor 5 Compressor 6 Compressor 7 Compressor 8 Analogue outputs

NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4

Y1

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20 XL BOARD INPUTS/OUTPUTS TABLE:


20.1Water/air chiller with XL axial fans
ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 ID9 ID10 ID11 ID12 ID13 ID14 Digital inputs Circuit 1 low pressure switch Compressor 1 thermal protection Compressor 2 thermal protection Circuit 2 low pressure switch Compressor oil 1 Compressor oil 2 Circuit 1 fan thermal protection Circuit 2 fan thermal protection Evaporator flow switch Remote on/off Phase sequence Compressors enable Circuit 1 high pressure switch Circuit 2 high pressure switch Analogue inputs Circuit 1 high pressure transducer Outlet water temperature (Blend) Evaporator inlet water temperature Discharge temperature compressor 1 Discharge temperature compressor 2 Circuit 2 high pressure transducer Circuit 1 low pressure transducer Circuit 2 low pressure transducer Digital outputs Compressor 1 start 1 Compressor 1 start 2 Separation stage 1 compressor 1 Compressor 2 start 1 Compressor 2 start 2 Separation stage 1 compressor 2 Oil valve comp. 1/ Compressor 3 start 1 Oil valve comp. 2/ Compressor 3 start 2 Liquid injection 1 / Compressor 4 start 1 Liquid injection 2 / Compressor 4 start 2 Economiser compressor 1 Evaporator antifreeze heating element General alarms cumulative Solenoid valve 1 Solenoid valve 2 Economiser compressor 2 Ventilation step 1 circuit 1 Ventilation step 2 circuit 1 Ventilation step 3 circuit 1 Ventilation step 4 circuit 1 Ventilation step 1 circuit 2 Ventilation step 2 circuit 2 Ventilation step 3 circuit 2 Ventilation step 4 circuit 2 Compressor 1 no-load starting Compressor 2 no-load starting Separation stage 2 compressor 1 Separation stage 2 compressor 2

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8

NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8 NO9 NO10 NO11 NO12 NO13 NO14 NO15 NO16 NO17 NO18 NO19 NO20 NO21 NO22 NO23 NO24 NO25 NO26 NO27 NO28 NO29

Analogue outputs Y1 Circuit 1 speed adjustment Y2 Circuit 2 speed adjustment Y3 Y4

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20.2Water/air chiller with XL centrifugal fans


ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 ID9 ID10 ID11 ID12 ID13 ID14 Digital inputs Circuit 1 low pressure switch Compressor 1 thermal protection Compressor 2 thermal protection Circuit 2 low pressure switch Compressor oil 1 Compressor oil 2 Fans thermal relay Evaporator flow switch Remote on/off Phase sequence Compressors enable Circuit 1 high pressure switch Circuit 2 high pressure switch Analogue inputs Circuit 1 high pressure transducer Outlet water temperature (Blend) Evaporator inlet water temperature Discharge temperature compressor 1 Discharge temperature compressor 2 Circuit 2 high pressure transducer Circuit 1 low pressure transducer Circuit 2 low pressure transducer Digital outputs Compressor 1 start 1 Compressor 1 start 2 Separation stage 1 compressor 1 Compressor 2 start 1 Compressor 2 start 2 Separation stage 1 compressor 2 Oil valve comp. 1/ Compressor 3 start 1 Oil valve comp. 2/ Compressor 3 start 2 Liquid injection 1 / Compressor 4 start 1 Liquid injection 2 / Compressor 4 start 2 Economiser compressor 1 Evaporator antifreeze heating element General alarms cumulative Solenoid valve 1 Solenoid valve 2 Economiser compressor 2 Main ventilation step

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8

NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8 NO9 NO10 NO11 NO12 NO13 NO14 NO15 NO16 NO17 NO18 NO19 NO20 NO21 NO22 NO23 NO24 NO25 NO26 NO27 NO28 NO29

Ventilation step 1 circuit 2 Ventilation step 2 circuit 2 Ventilation step 3 circuit 2 Ventilation step 4 circuit 2 Compressor 1 no-load starting Compressor 2 no-load starting Separation stage 2 compressor 1 Separation stage 2 compressor 2

Analogue outputs Y1 Speed adjustment Y2 Y3 Y4

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ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 ID9 ID10 ID11 ID12 ID13 ID14 Digital inputs Circuit 1 low pressure switch Compressor 1 thermal protection Compressor 2 thermal protection Circuit 2 low pressure switch Compressor oil 1 Compressor oil 2

Evaporator flow switch Remote on/off Phase sequence Compressors enable Circuit 1 high pressure switch Circuit 2 high pressure switch Analogue inputs Outlet 2 water temp. / condenser inlet Outlet water temperature (Blend) Evaporator inlet water temperature Discharge temperature compressor 1 Discharge temperature compressor 2 Condenser outlet water temperature Circuit 1 low pressure transducer Circuit 2 low pressure transducer Digital outputs Compressor 1 start 1 Compressor 1 start 2 Separation stage 1 compressor 1 Compressor 2 start 1 Compressor 2 start 2 Separation stage 1 compressor 2 Oil valve comp. 1/ Compressor 3 start 1 Oil valve comp. 2/ Compressor 3 start 2 Liquid injection 1 / Compressor 4 start 1 Liquid injection 2 / Compressor 4 start 2 Economiser compressor 1 Evaporator antifreeze heating element General alarms cumulative Solenoid valve 1 Solenoid valve 2 Economiser compressor 2

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8

NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8 NO9 NO10 NO11 NO12 NO13 NO14 NO15 NO16 NO17 NO18 NO19 NO20 NO21 NO22 NO23 NO24 NO25 NO26 NO27 NO28 NO29

Compressor 1 no-load starting Compressor 2 no-load starting Separation stage 2 compressor 1 Separation stage 2 compressor 2

Analogue outputs Y1 Condensation adjustment Y2 Y3 Y4

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ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 ID9 ID10 ID11 ID12 ID13 ID14 Digital inputs Circuit 1 low pressure switch Compressor 1 thermal protection Compressor 2 thermal protection Circuit 2 low pressure switch Compressor oil 1 Compressor oil 2 Fans thermal relay

Remote on/off Phase sequence Compressors enable Circuit 1 high pressure switch Circuit 2 high pressure switch Analogue inputs Circuit 1 high pressure transducer

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8

Discharge temperature compressor 1 Discharge temperature compressor 2 Circuit 2 high pressure transducer Circuit 1 low pressure transducer Circuit 2 low pressure transducer Digital outputs Compressor 1 start 1 Compressor 1 start 2 Separation stage 1 compressor 1 Compressor 2 start 1 Compressor 2 start 2 Separation stage 1 compressor 2 Oil valve comp. 1/ Compressor 3 start 1 Oil valve comp. 2/ Compressor 3 start 2 Liquid injection 1 / Compressor 4 start 1 Liquid injection 2 / Compressor 4 start 2 Economiser compressor 1 General alarms cumulative Solenoid valve 1 Solenoid valve 2 Economiser compressor 2 Ventilation step 1 circuit 1 Ventilation step 2 circuit 1 Ventilation step 3 circuit 1 Ventilation step 4 circuit 1 Ventilation step 1 circuit 2 Ventilation step 2 circuit 2 Ventilation step 3 circuit 2 Ventilation step 4 circuit 2 Compressor 1 no-load starting Compressor 2 no-load starting Separation stage 2 compressor 1 Separation stage 2 compressor 2

NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8 NO9 NO10 NO11 NO12 NO13 NO14 NO15 NO16 NO17 NO18 NO19 NO20 NO21 NO22 NO23 NO24 NO25 NO26 NO27 NO28 NO29

Analogue outputs Y1 Circuit 1 speed adjustment Y2 Circuit 2 speed adjustment Y3 Y4

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ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 ID9 ID10 ID11 ID12 ID13 ID14 Digital inputs Circuit 1 low pressure switch Compressor 1 thermal protection Compressor 2 thermal protection Circuit 2 low pressure switch Compressor oil 1 Compressor oil 2 Fans thermal relay Evaporator flow switch Remote on/off Phase sequence Compressors enable Circuit 1 high pressure switch Circuit 2 high pressure switch Analogue inputs B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 Outlet water temperature (Blend) Evaporator inlet water temperature Discharge temperature compressor 1 Discharge temperature compressor 2

NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8 NO9 NO10 NO11 NO12 NO13 NO14 NO15 NO16 NO17 NO18 NO19 NO20 NO21 NO22 NO23 NO24 NO25 NO26 NO27 NO28 NO29

Digital outputs Compressor 1 start 1 Compressor 1 start 2 Separation stage 1 compressor 1 Compressor 2 start 1 Compressor 2 start 2 Separation stage 1 compressor 2 Oil valve comp. 1/ Compressor 3 start 1 Oil valve comp. 2/ Compressor 3 start 2 Liquid injection 1 / Compressor 4 start 1 Liquid injection 2 / Compressor 4 start 2 Economiser compressor 1 Evaporator antifreeze heating element General alarms cumulative Solenoid valve 1 Solenoid valve 2 Economiser compressor 2

Compressor 1 no-load starting Compressor 2 no-load starting Separation stage 2 compressor 1 Separation stage 2 compressor 2

Analogue outputs Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4

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21 EXPANSION BOARD INPUTS/OUTPUTS TABLE for semi-hermetic compressors:


21.1Expansions E Chillers with heat pumps or two pumps.
Digital inputs ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 ID9 ID10 ID11 ID12 ID13 ID14 Analogue inputs B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 Digital outputs NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8 NO9 NO10 NO11 NO12 NO13 NO14 NO15 NO16 NO17 NO18 NO19 NO20 NO21 NO22 NO23 NO24 NO25 NO26 NO27 NO28 NO29 Analogue outputs Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 Expansion "E" address 5 Digital inputs Remote Summer/Winter Pump 1 thermal protection Pump 2 thermal protection Analogue inputs Outlet 1 water temperature Outlet 2 water temperature External temperature 1 External temperature 2 Digital outputs Rev. cycle valve 1/recovery 1/freecooling OFF Rev. cycle valve 1/recovery 1/freecooling ON Pump 1 Pump 2 Analogue outputs Y1 ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4

B1 B2 B3 B4

NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4

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21.2E expansions Chillers with set point variation or secondary set point.
Digital inputs ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 ID9 ID10 ID11 ID12 ID13 ID14 Analogue inputs B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 Digital outputs NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8 NO9 NO10 NO11 NO12 NO13 NO14 NO15 NO16 NO17 NO18 NO19 NO20 NO21 NO22 NO23 NO24 NO25 NO26 NO27 NO28 NO29 Analogue outputs Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 Expansion "E" address 3 Digital inputs Glycol pump thermal protection Dual set point

ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4

Analogue inputs Set point variation (4-20mA,0-10V) Recovery set point variation (4-20mA,0-10V) Freecooling inlet temperature

B1 B2 B3 B4

Hp Hp Hp Hp

Digital outputs relay circuit 1-1 relay circuit 1-2 relay circuit 2-1 relay circuit 2-2

NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4

Analogue outputs Freecooling modulating valve

Y1

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21.3Expansions E Chillers with recovery.


Digital inputs ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 ID9 ID10 ID11 ID12 ID13 ID14 Analogue inputs B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 Digital outputs NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8 NO9 NO10 NO11 NO12 NO13 NO14 NO15 NO16 NO17 NO18 NO19 NO20 NO21 NO22 NO23 NO24 NO25 NO26 NO27 NO28 NO29 Analogue outputs Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 Expansion "E" address 1 Digital inputs Recovery flow switch Recovery remote enable

ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4

Analogue inputs Circuit 1 liquid temperature Circuit 2 liquid temperature Recovery inlet temperature Recovery outlet temperature Digital outputs Subcooling circuit 1-1 Subcooling circuit 1-2 Subcooling circuit 2-1 Subcooling circuit 2-2 Analogue outputs

B1 B2 B3 B4

NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4

Y1

Expansion "E" address 5 Digital inputs Remote Summer/Winter Pump 1 thermal protection Pump 2 thermal protection Analogue inputs Outlet 1 water temperature Outlet 2 water temperature External temperature 1 External temperature 2 Digital outputs Rev. cycle valve 1/recovery 1/freecooling OFF Rev. cycle valve 1/recovery 1/freecooling ON Pump 1 Pump 2 Analogue outputs

ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4

B1 B2 B3 B4

NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4

Y1

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21.4Expansion M for semi-hermetic compressors, Multi-use units and Heat pumps with total recovery and air condensation.
Digital inputs ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 ID9 ID10 ID11 ID12 ID13 ID14 Analogue inputs B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 Digital outputs NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8 NO9 NO10 NO11 NO12 NO13 NO14 NO15 NO16 NO17 NO18 NO19 NO20 NO21 NO22 NO23 NO24 NO25 NO26 NO27 NO28 NO29 Analogue outputs Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 V V V V V 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 Expansion "M" address 2 Digital inputs Recovery flow switch

ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 ID9 ID10 ID11 ID12 ID13 ID14

Analogue inputs Outlet 1 water temperature Outlet 2 water temperature Recovery inlet temperature Recovery outlet temperature

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8

Digital outputs NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8 NO9 NO10 NO11 NO12 NO13 Analogue outputs Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4

V V V V V

2-1 2-2 2-3 2-4 2-5

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21.5Expansion M for semi-hermetic compressors, Multi-use units and Heat pumps with total recovery and water condensation.
Digital inputs ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 ID9 ID10 ID11 ID12 ID13 ID14 Analogue inputs B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 Digital outputs NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8 NO9 NO10 NO11 NO12 NO13 NO14 NO15 NO16 NO17 NO18 NO19 NO20 NO21 NO22 NO23 NO24 NO25 NO26 NO27 NO28 NO29 Analogue outputs Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 V V V V V 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 Expansion "M" address 2 Digital inputs Recovery flow switch Condenser flow switch Condenser pump thermal protection

ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 ID9 ID10 ID11 ID12 ID13 ID14

Analogue inputs Outlet 1 water temperature Outlet 2 water temperature Recovery inlet temperature Recovery outlet temperature Condenser inlet temperature (if 2 cond.)

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8

Digital outputs NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8 NO9 NO10 NO11 NO12 NO13

Condenser pump V 2-1 V 2-2 V 2-3 V 2-4 V 2-5

Analogue outputs Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4

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21.6Expansion E freecooling.
Digital inputs ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 ID9 ID10 ID11 ID12 ID13 ID14 Analogue inputs B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 Digital outputs NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8 NO9 NO10 NO11 NO12 NO13 NO14 NO15 NO16 NO17 NO18 NO19 NO20 NO21 NO22 NO23 NO24 NO25 NO26 NO27 NO28 NO29 Analogue outputs Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4

for

semi-hermetic

compressors,

Chillers

with

Expansion "E" address 3 Digital inputs Glycol pump thermal protection Dual set point

ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4

Analogue inputs Set point variation (4-20mA,0-10V) Recovery set point variation (4-20mA,0-10V) Freecooling inlet temperature

B1 B2 B3 B4

Hp Hp Hp Hp

Digital outputs relay circuit 1-1 relay circuit 1-2 relay circuit 2-1 relay circuit 2-2

NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4

Analogue outputs Freecooling modulating valve

Y1

Expansion "E" address 5 Digital inputs Remote Summer/Winter Pump 1 thermal protection Pump 2 thermal protection Analogue inputs Outlet 1 water temperature Outlet 2 water temperature External temperature 1 External temperature 2 Digital outputs Rev. cycle valve 1/recovery 1/freecooling OFF Rev. cycle valve 1/recovery 1/freecooling ON Pump 1 Pump 2 Analogue outputs

ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4

B1 B2 B3 B4

NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4

Y1

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21.7Expansions E for semi-hermetic compressors, Condensing units or for alternative compressors, Chillers with four compressors on two circuits.
Digital inputs ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 ID9 ID10 ID11 ID12 ID13 ID14 Analogue inputs B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 Digital outputs NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8 NO9 NO10 NO11 NO12 NO13 NO14 NO15 NO16 NO17 NO18 NO19 NO20 NO21 NO22 NO23 NO24 NO25 NO26 NO27 NO28 NO29 Analogue outputs Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 Expansion "E" address 4 Digital inputs Compressor 3 thermal protection Compressor 4 thermal protection Compressor oil 3 Compressor oil 4 Analogue inputs Step Step Step Step 1 2 3 4 B1 B2 B3 B4

ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4

Digital outputs Separation stage 1 compressor Separation stage 2 compressor Separation stage 1 compressor Separation stage 2 compressor Analogue outputs

3 3 4 4

NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4

Y1

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22 L BOARD INPUTS/OUTPUTS TABLE for centrifugal compressors:


22.1Water/air chiller with L axial fans
Digital inputs ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 ID9 ID10 ID11 ID12 ID13 ID14 ID15 ID16 ID17 ID18 Compressor 1 thermal protection Compressor 2 thermal protection Compressor 3 thermal protection Compressor 4 thermal protection Circuit 1 fan thermal protection Circuit 2 fan thermal protection Evaporator flow switch Remote on/off Pump 1 thermal protection Pump 2 thermal protection Circuit 1 high pressure switch Circuit 2 high pressure switch

Compressors enable

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9 B10

Analogue inputs Circuit 1 high pressure transducer Revs compressor 1 Revs compressor 2 Outlet 1 water temperature Outlet 2 water temperature Circuit 2 high pressure transducer Revs compressor 3 Revs compressor 4 Outlet water temperature (Blend) Evaporator inlet water temperature Digital outputs

NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8 NO9 NO10 NO11 NO12 NO13 NO14 NO15 NO16 NO17 NO18

Solenoid valve 1 Solenoid valve 2 Pump 1 Pump 2 Compressor 1 Compressor 2 Ventilation step 1 circuit 1 Ventilation step 2 circuit 1 Ventilation step 3 circuit 1 Evaporator antifreeze heating element General alarms cumulative Compressor 3 Compressor 4 Ventilation step 1 circuit 2 Ventilation step 2 circuit 2 Ventilation step 3 circuit 2 Analogue outputs Circuit 1 speed adjustment Circuit 2 speed adjustment Modulation compressor 1 Modulation compressor 2 Modulation compressor 3 Modulation compressor 4

Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 Y5 Y6

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22.2Water/air chiller with L centrifugal fans


Digital inputs ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 ID9 ID10 ID11 ID12 ID13 ID14 ID15 ID16 ID17 ID18 Compressor 1 thermal protection Compressor 2 thermal protection Compressor 3 thermal protection Compressor 4 thermal protection Circuit 1 fan thermal protection Circuit 2 fan thermal protection Evaporator flow switch Remote on/off Pump 1 thermal protection Pump 2 thermal protection Circuit 1 high pressure switch Circuit 2 high pressure switch

Compressors enable

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9 B10

Analogue inputs Circuit 1 high pressure transducer Revs compressor 1 Revs compressor 2 Outlet 1 water temperature Outlet 2 water temperature Circuit 2 high pressure transducer Revs compressor 3 Revs compressor 4 Outlet water temperature (Blend) Evaporator inlet water temperature Digital outputs

NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8 NO9 NO10 NO11 NO12 NO13 NO14 NO15 NO16 NO17 NO18

Solenoid valve 1 Solenoid valve 2 Pump 1 Pump 2 Compressor 1 Compressor 2 Main ventilation step

Evaporator antifreeze heating element General alarms cumulative Compressor 3 Compressor 4 Ventilation step 1 Ventilation step 2 Ventilation step 3 Analogue outputs Speed adjustment Modulation Modulation Modulation Modulation compressor compressor compressor compressor 1 2 3 4

Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 Y5 Y6

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22.3L water/water units


Digital inputs ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 ID9 ID10 ID11 ID12 ID13 ID14 ID15 ID16 ID17 ID18 Compressor 1 thermal protection Compressor 2 thermal protection Compressor 3 thermal protection Compressor 4 thermal protection

Evaporator flow switch Remote on/off Pump 1 thermal protection Pump 2 thermal protection Circuit 1 high pressure switch Circuit 2 high pressure switch

Compressors enable

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9 B10

Analogue inputs Circuit 1 high pressure transducer Revs compressor 1 Revs compressor 2 Outlet 1 water temperature Outlet 2 water temperature Circuit 2 high pressure transducer Revs compressor 3 Revs compressor 4 Outlet water temperature (Blend) Evaporator inlet water temperature Digital outputs

NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8 NO9 NO10 NO11 NO12 NO13 NO14 NO15 NO16 NO17 NO18

Solenoid valve 1 Solenoid valve 2 Pump 1 Pump 2 Compressor 1 Compressor 2

Evaporator antifreeze heating element General alarms cumulative Compressor 3 Compressor 4

Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 Y5 Y6

Analogue outputs Condensation adjustment Modulation Modulation Modulation Modulation compressor compressor compressor compressor 1 2 3 4

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23 ATTACHMENT F: hardware
23.1 Hardware S

Programming K ey

Clock card

W3000
Analog Selection Serial Card

Fuse

23.2 Hardware M

W3000

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23.3 Hardware L

W3000

23.4 Hardware XL

W3000

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23.5 Expansion E

W3000

105

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