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CHILLER PLANT MANAGER

SUBMITTAL
PROJECT

AL BARSHA-363

SUPPLIER

JOHNSON CONTROLS
1. System Architecture

2. Control Schematic

3. I/O Data Points List/Summary

4. Sequence of Operation (SOP)

5. Product Literature
AL BARSHA-363

a. NCE Controller
b. IOM Modules
c. MS- Display
d. Temperature Sensor

6. Bill of Materials (BOM)

7. Chiller YVAA Standard Registered


Data Points

CHILLER PLANT MANAGER SUBMITTAL


1

System Architecture
System Architecture
Bacnet MS/TP Bacnet MS/TP
Network Network
Belden 5501FE Belden 5501FE

York-Air York-Air
Cooled Cooled
Chiller-1 Chiller-2
E-Link Card E-Link Card

Belden 5501FE
Bacnet MS/TP
Network

BACnet/IP
CAT6 CONTROL ROOM

BMS
WORKSTATION
Report /
CPM DDC-01 Alarm Printer

``

(With Display Terminal)


(Input/Output Points)
(Hardwired)

(Hardwired)
Secondary Pump VFD’s

Temperature Sensors
Primary Pump VFD’s

Differential Pressure
Outlet Motorized
Butterfly Valves

Flow meter

Notes:
Chiller

Sensor

1. All kinds of installation by MEP.


2. All cable supply by MEP
3. All cable terminations by MEP.
4. Scope Matrix is a part of the I/O Schedule

(Equipment's Controlled)
NCE Controller & IOM Modules
2

Control Schematic
Chiller Plant
Controller
(All the factory standard chiller parameters shall be available via software on the Chiller Plant Controller for Monitoring & Control)

DI
AI
Port

DO
AO
2x
01

2x
CHWPP
DPS

York
Chiller-1

3x
Primary CHW Pump x Auto Status

02
Primary CHW Pump x Trip Status

CHWPP

3x
Primary CHW Pump x Command

( 2D+1S)

3x
DPS

3x
York

Primary CHW Pump x VFD Feedback


Chiller-2

Primary CHW Pump x Output

Primary Pumps
VFD Panel (Typical)

(Typical for all Pumps)


03

3x
CHWPP
V

DPS

Primary CHW Pump x Status

3x
Chiller x Run Status

2x
Chiller x Auto Status

Chiller x Alarm

NOTES:
2x 2x
Chiller Temperature Offset

Center/Panel

2x
Chiller x Enable

(Typical for all Chillers)

2x
Chiller OptiView Control
CHW SUPPLY

CHW RETURN

termination is by OTHERS.
CHW Com Header Primary Side Supply Temp
ST1

CHW Com Header Primary Side Return Temp


ST-4

Chiller x CHW Flow

2. All Field devices installation, cabling ,containment and


1.All Field devices is supplied by BMS (except Temp Sensor)
FM
Bi-Directional

3x
Primary CHW Pump x Status
Chilled Water System Circuit

3x

Primary CHW Pump x Auto Status

Primary CHW Pump x Trip Status


3x

Primary CHW Pump x Command


Chiller Plant Manager Supplier
( 2D+1S)
DPS

3x
DPS
DPS

3x

Primary CHW Pump x VFD Feedback

Primary CHW Pump x Output


CHWSP 02

VFD Panel (Typical)


CHWSP 03
CHWSP 01

Secondary Pumps

(Typical for all Pumps)

3x

Decoupler Loop Single Turbine Flow meter


Project:
FM

Drawing Ref:
ST-2

CHW Com Head Secondary Side Supply Temp

CHW Com Head Secondary Side Return Temp


ST-3

Index Differential Pressure Transmitter


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IO Data Points
List/Summary
Al- Barsha 363- I/O DATA points LIST/Summary

Bacnet
Sn. Device Description Signal From To AI AO DI DO Device JCI Scope By Others Remarks
MSTP
CHILLER 1
1 Chiller Auto Status Volt Free Contact Optiview Panel CPM PANEL 1
1 Chiller Fault System 1 Volt Free Contact Optiview Panel CPM PANEL 1
2 Chiller Fault System 2 Volt Free Contact Optiview Panel CPM PANEL 1 Chiller Digital Input VFC from Chillers
3 Chiller Run Status Volt Free Contact Optiview Panel CPM PANEL 1
4 Chillier Start /Stop CMD Volt Free Contact CPM PANEL Optiview Panel 1 Supply of Control Cable
Chiller Chilled Water Isolation MV Feedback Open/Close
Chiller Volt Free Contact Motorize Valve CPM PANEL MOV Installation ,wirring,Cabling and
5 Status 1
MOV Digital Input/Out termination by OTHERS
Chiller Chilled Water Isolation MV Open/Close CMD +
Power(230VAC) CPM PANEL Motorized Valve Supply of MOV
6 Power Supply 1
0-10Vdc Chiller/Elink Digital Input
7 Chiller Remote Leaving Chilled Water Temperature Setpoint CPM PANEL Optiview Panel 1 Elink gateway
Gateway
8 Elink Gateway BacNet MSTP Optiview Panel CPM PANEL 1 Communication
CHILLER 2
9 Chiller Auto Status Volt Free Contact Optiview Panel CPM PANEL 1
1 Chiller Fault System 1 Volt Free Contact Optiview Panel CPM PANEL 1
2 Chiller Fault System 2 Volt Free Contact Optiview Panel CPM PANEL 1 Chiller Digital Input VFC from Chillers
11 Chiller Run Status Volt Free Contact Optiview Panel CPM PANEL 1
12 Chillier Start /Stop CMD (3Wire) Volt Free Contact CPM PANEL Optiview Panel 1 Supply of Control Cable
Chiller Chilled Water Isolation MV Feedback Open/Close
Chiller Volt Free Contact Motorize Valve CPM PANEL MOV Installation ,wirring,Cabling and
13 Status 1
MOV Digital Input/Out termination by OTHERS
Chiller Chilled Water Isolation MV Open/Close CMD +
Power(230VAC) CPM PANEL Motorized Valve Supply of MOV
14 Power Supply 1
0-10Vdc Chiller/Elink Digital Input
15 Chiller Remote Leaving Chilled Water Temperature Setpoint CPM PANEL Optiview Panel 1 Elink gateway
Gateway
16 Elink Gateway BacNet MSTP Optiview Panel CPM PANEL 1 Communication
PRIMARY CHILLED WATER PUMP 1
Primary Chilled Water Pump VFD Auto Status (Selector
Volt Free Contact
17 Switch) VFD CPM PANEL 1
Digital Input VFC from VFD
18 Primary Chilled Water Pump VFD Run Status Volt Free Contact VFD CPM PANEL 1
19 Primary Chilled Water Pump VFD Trip Status Volt Free Contact VFD CPM PANEL 1 VFD Supply of Control Cable
Primary Chilled
20 Primary Chilled Water Pump VFD Enable CMD Volt Free Contact CPM PANEL VFD 1 Digital Output ,wirring,Cabling and
Water Pump (VFD)
21 Primary Chilled Water Pump VFD Speed Ref CMD 0-10Vdc CPM PANEL VFD 1 Signal output from VFD termination by OTHERS
Analog Input/Out
22 Primary Chilled Water Pump VFD Feedback 0-10Vdc VFD CPM PANEL 1
DPS installation &
Differential Pressure switch Volt Free Contact DPS CPM PANEL 1 DPS Digital Input
23 supply of DPS
PRIMARY CHILLED WATER PUMP 2
Primary Chilled Water Pump VFD Auto Status (Selector
Volt Free Contact
24 Switch) VFD CPM PANEL 1
Digital Input VFC from VFD
25 Primary Chilled Water Pump VFD Run Status Volt Free Contact VFD CPM PANEL 1
26 Primary Chilled Water Pump VFD Trip Status Volt Free Contact VFD CPM PANEL 1 VFD Supply of Control Cable
Primary Chilled
27 Primary Chilled Water Pump VFD Enable CMD Volt Free Contact CPM PANEL VFD 1 Digital Output ,wirring,Cabling and
Water Pump (VFD)
28 Primary Chilled Water Pump VFD Speed Ref CMD 0-10Vdc CPM PANEL VFD 1 Signal output from VFD termination by OTHERS
Analog Input/Out
29 Primary Chilled Water Pump VFD Feedback 0-10Vdc VFD CPM PANEL 1
DPS installation &
Differential Pressure switch Volt Free Contact DPS CPM PANEL DPS Digital Input
30 1 supply of DPS
PRIMARY CHILLED WATER PUMP 3
Primary Chilled Water Pump VFD Auto Status (Selector
Volt Free Contact
31 Switch) VFD CPM PANEL 1
Digital Input VFC from VFD
32 Primary Chilled Water Pump VFD Run Status Volt Free Contact VFD CPM PANEL 1
33 Primary Chilled Water Pump VFD Trip Status Volt Free Contact VFD CPM PANEL 1 VFD Supply of Control Cable
Primary Chilled
34 Primary Chilled Water Pump VFD Enable CMD Volt Free Contact CPM PANEL VFD 1 Digital Output ,wirring,Cabling and
Water Pump (VFD)
35 Primary Chilled Water Pump VFD Speed Ref CMD 0-10Vdc CPM PANEL VFD 1 Signal output from VFD termination by OTHERS
Analog Input/Out
36 Primary Chilled Water Pump VFD Feedback 0-10Vdc VFD CPM PANEL 1
DPS installation &
Differential Pressure switch Volt Free Contact DPS CPM PANEL DPS Digital Input
37 1 supply of DPS
SECONDARY CHILLED WATER PUMP 1
SecondaryChilled Water Pump VFD Auto Status (Selector
Volt Free Contact
38 Switch) VFD CPM PANEL 1
Digital Input VFC from VFD
39 SecondaryChilled Water Pump VFD Run Status Volt Free Contact VFD CPM PANEL 1
40 SecondaryChilled Water Pump VFD Trip Status Volt Free Contact VFD CPM PANEL 1 VFD Supply of Control Cable
Secondary Chilled
41 SecondaryChilled Water Pump VFD Enable CMD Volt Free Contact CPM PANEL VFD 1 Digital Output ,wirring,Cabling and
Water Pump (VFD)
42 SecondaryChilled Water Pump VFD Speed Ref CMD 0-10Vdc CPM PANEL VFD 1 Signal output from VFD termination by OTHERS
Analog Input/Out
43 SecondaryChilled Water Pump VFD Feedback 0-10Vdc VFD CPM PANEL 1
DPS installation &
Differential Pressure switch Volt Free Contact DPS CPM PANEL 1 DPS Digital Input
44 supply of DPS
SECONDARY CHILLED WATER PUMP 2
SECONDARY
SecondaryChilled Water Pump VFD Auto Status (Selector CHILLED WATER
45 Switch) PUMP 1 VFD CPM PANEL 1 Digital Input VFC from VFD
46 SecondaryChilled Water Pump VFD Run Status Volt Free Contact VFD CPM PANEL 1
VFD Supply of Control Cable
47 SecondaryChilled SecondaryChilled Water Pump VFD Trip Status Volt Free Contact VFD CPM PANEL 1
,wirring,Cabling and
48 Water Pump (VFD) SecondaryChilled Water Pump VFD Enable CMD Volt Free Contact CPM PANEL VFD 1 Digital Output
termination by OTHERS
49 SecondaryChilled Water Pump VFD Speed Ref CMD 0-10Vdc CPM PANEL VFD 1 Signal output from VFD
Analog Input/Out
50 SecondaryChilled Water Pump VFD Feedback 0-10Vdc VFD CPM PANEL 1
DPS installation &
Differential Pressure switch Volt Free Contact DPS CPM PANEL DPS Digital Input
51 1 supply of DPS
SECONDARY CHILLED WATER PUMP 3
SecondaryChilled Water Pump VFD Auto Status (Selector
Volt Free Contact
52 Switch) VFD CPM PANEL 1
Digital Input VFC from VFD
53 SecondaryChilled Water Pump VFD Run Status Volt Free Contact VFD CPM PANEL 1
54 SecondaryChilled Water Pump VFD Trip Status Volt Free Contact VFD CPM PANEL 1 VFD Supply of Control Cable
SecondaryChilled
55 SecondaryChilled Water Pump VFD Enable CMD Volt Free Contact CPM PANEL VFD 1 Digital Output ,wirring,Cabling and
Water Pump (VFD)
56 SecondaryChilled Water Pump VFD Speed Ref CMD 0-10Vdc CPM PANEL VFD 1 Signal output from VFD termination by OTHERS
Analog Input/Out
57 SecondaryChilled Water Pump VFD Feedback 0-10Vdc VFD CPM PANEL 1
DPS installation &
Differential Pressure switch Volt Free Contact DPS CPM PANEL DPS Digital Input
58 1 supply of DPS
CHILLED WATER LINE
Temperature Chilled Water Common Header Supply Temperature Sensor
RTD
59 Sensor (RTD) Before Decoupler Line 0-10Vdc TS CPM Panel 1
Temperature Chilled Water Common Header Return Temperature Sensor
RTD Analog input &
60 Sensor (RTD) After Decoupler Line 0-10Vdc TS CPM Panel 1
Loose supply of RTD installation
Temperature Chilled Water Common Header Supply Temperature Sensor
RTD RTD
61 Sensor (RTD) After Decoupler Line 0-10Vdc TS CPM Panel 1 Supply of Control Cable
Temperature Chilled Water Common Header Return Temperature Sensor ,wirring,Cabling and
RTD
62 Sensor (RTD) Before Decoupler Line 0-10Vdc TS CPM Panel 1 termination by OTHERS
63 Flow Meter-1 Chiller-1 Outlet Flow Transmitter + Power Supply 4- 20mA/0-10Vdc FT CPM PANEL 1 FT FT installation & supply
Analog input
64 Flow Meter-2 Chiller-2 Outlet Flow Transmitter + Power Supply 4- 20mA/0-10Vdc FT CPM PANEL 1 FT of FT
DPT installation &
65 DPT Index Differentila Pressure Transmitter 4- 20mA DPT CPM PANEL 1 DPT Analog input
supply of DPT
REQUIRED QTY 13 8 34 10


Sequence of Operation
Chiller Plant Manager
Sequence of Operation

SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS

AL-Barsha 363. Page 1


Chiller Plant Manager
Sequence of Operation

A) SYSTEM OVERVIEW

Chiller Plant Manager (CPM) that shall control & monitor the plant operation.
Equipment’s to be controlled and monitored by CPM.

1. Air Cooled Chillers – 2 Duty


2. Chilled water Primary Pumps – 3 (2 Duty + 1 standby).
3. Chilled water Secondary Pumps- 3 (2 Duty+1 standby).

The chillers are powered through local isolators located near the chillers.
Primary Pumps are powered through dedicated pump VFD starter panels.
Secondary Pumps are powered through dedicated pump VFD starter panels.

Each Chiller is equipped with a microprocessor control panel. The CPM will communicate with
the Chiller panels through a hardwire connection. Other equipment such as Chiller isolation
valve & Instruments etc. will have the hardwire connectivity with the CPM for monitoring and
control.

B) CONTROL PHILOSOPHY

The chiller plant will be controlled based on the supply header temperature and De-coupler Flow
indicating the cooling load requirement.

The individual chillers will be loaded / unloaded by the local chiller microprocessor Optiview
panel based on the leaving chilled water temperature set point.

The plant can be operated in two different modes ie. AUTO / LOCAL

Auto Mode Operation

On selection of AUTO mode, the plant shall run without any operator’s interference. During the
AUTO mode operation only the equipments put in auto operation mode from the selector switch
of the respective MCC panel will be considered as ready to run. The equipment’s selected in
local mode will not be considered for start-stop sequence or for lead/lag selection.

Local Mode Operation

The operator can also start/stop any particular equipment from the respective MCC or Control
panel by putting the selector switch in Local/Hand/Manual mode in the respective MCC. CPM
will not consider the equipments in local mode for lead/lag sequence or start/stop sequence.

C) SEQUENCE OF OPERATION

I. System Description

A. The chilled water system consists of two no’s Air-cooled chillers. There are three nos. (Two
duty + One stand-by) Variable speed primary pumps piped to a common header and three nos.
(Two duty + One stand-by) Variable speed secondary pumps piped to a common header, so that
any pump of the primary and secondary shall be capable of running with any chiller. A chilled
water (De-coupler) line across the chillers and pumps to maintain constant flow through the
operating chillers.

Differential-pressure transmitter shall be installed (by others) in a suitable location and across
secondary pumps for providing real time feedback based on actual load.

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Chiller Plant Manager
Sequence of Operation

II. Chiller Plant Enable/Disable

A. The chiller plant shall be enabled and disabled either manually by an operator command or
automatically through the CPM.

III. Initial Start-up and Adding Additional Chillers

A. The following sequence applies to the specific case when the CPM needs to start the first
chiller. The starting sequence for additional chillers will be as described in section C.

Once Chilled Water System is enabled, the normal start sequence will follow as below,
1) The Chiller (CHx-EN) with the lowest running hours will be selected for start-up.
2) Its respective CHW isolation valve (CHxCHWISOV-C) will be commanded “Open”.
3) On confirmation of isolation valve status (CHxCHWISOV-S) as “Open”, the Primary
CHW pump (PCHWP-x-C) and the Secondary CHW pump (SCHWP-x-C) with lowest
run hours will be commanded “On”.
4) On confirmation of Primary CHW pump (PCHWP-x-S) and the Secondary CHW pump
(SCHWP-x-S) as “On”, the Chiller (CHx-EN) will be commanded “On” after user
adjustable time delay and the whole system is started.

B. The following conditions shall result in the start-up of an additional chiller. All chillers will
share the load equally (same chilled water set-point).

1) Additional chillers will only be added if the chilled water header supply temperature rises
3°F (1.7°C) (adj.) above the set-point for an adjustable period (typ. 20 minutes).

C. When the CPM has determined that an additional chiller is needed, the following sequence
will be followed:

1) Command the 2nd available (PCHWP-x-C) with lowest run hours will be commanded
“On”. Upon receipt of pump run status from the panel and by the evidence of differential
pressure sensor (DPS) across the pumps a command to the butterfly valves of 2nd
available Chiller with the lowest run hours will be commanded to fully open position.

2) After the 2nd Chiller valve position is verified to be fully open by the end switched and
once status of the pumps has been proven, the chiller shall be commanded to start.

Chiller Failure:
If any of the selected chiller fails to start due to failure or fault, then the next available
Chiller will be enable.

Note: It is to be considered that at-least one Chiller will be running continuously once started to
maintain Supply Header Temperature.

IV. Stopping Additional Chillers and Chiller Plant Shutdown

A. the Chiller Stage-down sequence will be based on the De-coupler Flow meter (FLOW-
SETPOINT).If the De-coupler flow in forward direction is more than or equal to 110% (adj.)
rated flow (RATED-FLOW) of one chiller, then the Chiller with the highest run hours will be
stopped after user adjustable stage-down delay (STAGE-DOWN-DLY).

B. The chiller shall receive a stop command, and the PCHWP will continue to run for an
additional 2 minutes (adj.). After 2 min. period expires, the respective chilled water chiller
isolation valves shall be commanded to close. Once the chiller valve positions are verified
closed via end switched, the PCHWP with the highest run-time shall be shut down.

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Chiller Plant Manager
Sequence of Operation

V. Control of Primary Chilled Water Pumps:


There are 3 numbers Variable-speed primary chilled pumps piped to a common header, so that
any pump shall be capable of running with any chiller. The chilled water system is in primary
secondary flow configuration. A hydraulic de-coupler is installed between primary and
secondary header for dynamically balancing the flow. The primary chilled water pumps shall be
sequenced along with the chillers and shall operate at fix speed.

VI Secondary Chilled Water Distribution System:

There are 3 numbers VFD driven variable-speed secondary pumps, piped to a common header,
so that any pump shall be capable of running with any chiller. The chilled water system is in
primary secondary flow configuration. A hydraulic de-coupler with Bi-directional Flow Meter is
installed between primary and secondary header for dynamically balancing the flow.
The VFD-driven Secondary chilled water pumps shall be sequenced independently from
chillers and will be based on differential-pressure of the building-loop providing real time
feedback based on actual load or Operator Enterable manual pump speed. Starting of
additional Secondary chilled water pump is based on lowest Run Hours and stopping will be
based on highest Run Hours. The rate at which the CHW secondary pump speed may change
shall be limited to 10% per minute (adj.). In order to insure stable and reliable operation, the
plant CHW loop differential- pressure sensor’s set-point shall be reset to achieve the desired
building-loop differential-pressure sensor’s set-point.

Pump Selection sequence (Primary and Secondary):


Pumps selection logic is implemented in the CPM based on the following rules,
1. Each pump running hours counter is maintained and is as the basis for role
selection. A pump with maximum running hours is moved to standby once it shuts down. This
pump is given priority for drop out while one of the pumps is removed from operation.

2. A pump is be moved out from auto sequence if power availability status is unhealthy, Pump
is in hand mode a particular pump. In that scenario, this pump is made as standby, while the
previous standby pump is brought in to operation if healthy (Ready to start, no trip occurred, in
the remote mode).

3. A pump can be moved out from duty if it fails to start or trips while in operation. In that
scenario, this pump is made as standby, while the previous standby pump is brought in to
operation if healthy (Ready to start, no trip occurred, in the remote mode).

4. An operator can manually select a pump and assign its role, which means the pump can be
either selected for operation or selected for standby.

VI. System Alarms

If any piece of equipment fails to prove status after it is commanded, with a 20 sec. (adj.)
time delay, an alarm shall be sent to the CPM. This includes chillers, primary CHW pumps,
and Valve actuators.

Additional Monitoring points and alarms:


1) Chiller Running Hours (CHx-RUN-HOURS).
2) Primary CHW Pumps running hours (PCHWP-x-RUN-HOURS).
3) Pump status mismatch alarms (PCHWP-x-MM-A).
4) Isolation Valves status mismatch alarms (CHxCHWISOV-MM-A).
5) Chiller Status mismatch alarms (CHx-MM-A).
6) Secondary CHW Pumps running hours (SCHWP-x-RUN-HOURS).
7) Pump status mismatch alarms (SCHWP-x-MM-A).

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Product Literature
 

NCE Controller
Network Control Engine Product Bulletin
MS-NCE25xx-x Code No. LIT-12011283
Software Release 7.0
Issued December 5, 2014
Refer to the QuickLIT Web site for the most up-to-date version of this document.

The Metasys® Network Control Engine (NCE) Series Figure 1: NCE25 Network Control Engine
controllers provide a cost-effective solution designed for
integrating central plants and large built-up air handlers
into your existing Metasys networks.
These network control engines combine the network
supervisor capabilities and IP network connectivity of a
Network Automation Engine (NAE) with the I/O point
connectivity and direct digital control capabilities of a Field
Equipment Controller (FEC), making them the ideal choice
for expanding and improving your Metasys installation
for greater data visibility and control over your energy
usage.
Network Control Engines (NCEs) provide supervisory
control of a specified field bus trunk with up to 32 field All NCE models feature 33 integral I/O points and a
controllers. Depending on the model, an NCE supports Sensor/Actuator (SA) Bus, which allow you to increase
either a BACnet® Master-Slave/Token-Passing (MS/TP) the NCE's I/O field point capacity and also integrate NS
trunk, an N2 Bus trunk, or a LONWORKS® network trunk. Series Network Sensors and variable-frequency drives
Available in Europe only are the MS-NCE2000-0 and (VFDs) into your NCE application.
MS-NCE2506-0 models, which do not provide a physical
field controller trunk connection. Some NCE models feature an integral field controller
display screen with a navigation keypad, allowing for easy
modifications in the field. In addition, some NCE models
feature an internal modem that supports standard dial-up
capabilities when traditional IT networks are not available.
Table 1: Features and Benefits
Features Benefits
Use of Commonly Accepted IT Allows you to install the NCE on the existing IT infrastructure within a building or
Standards at the Automation and enterprise and use standard IT communication services over the company intranet,
Enterprise Level WAN, or public Internet with firewall protection.
Web-Based User Interface Allows you to access, monitor, and control the NCE from a supported Web browser
connected to the network, including remote users connected by dial-up telephone or an
Internet service provider (ISP).
Supervision of Either an N2 Bus, Supports connectivity to open network standards for flexibility in the selection of field
LONWORKS Network, or BACnet MS/TP devices. Supports up to 32 field controllers on either a BACnet MS/TP bus, LONWORKS
Bus Field Controller Trunk network, or N2 Bus trunk.
Multiple Connection Options for Data Allow connection of a Web browser via the IP network using the Ethernet port. For a
Access dial-up connection, use the optional internal or external modem.
Integral Field Controller with 33 I/O Provides field-level control of central plant and large air-handler applications combined
Points with enterprise level IP network connectivity.
Expandable I/O Point Capacity, NS Allow you to connect multiple Input/Output Modules (IOMs), NS Series Network Sensors,
Sensor Connectivity, and VFD and VFDs to the field controller SA Bus, which greatly expands the NCE’s field level
Control on Field Controller SA Bus control capabilities.

Network Control Engine Product Bulletin 1


Enterprise Network Supervisory
Control Remote NCE
The NCE can be accessed remotely over standard WAN
The NCE features the NAE supervisory controller infrastructures, the Internet via an ISP line, or over the
technology that drives the new generation of Building public telephone network using a modem and the
Automation Systems (BASs). The NCE is a network Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP). NCEs offer optional internal
automation engine, just like the NAE, that manages BASs modems or support an external modem.
using information and Internet technology. The NCE
provides enterprise level supervisory control of an integral
field controller, and depending on the model, can control ADS/ADX
up to 32 additional controllers on a field controller trunk. The ADS/ADX is an optional software package running
on a computing platform that provides a location for
The NCE uses standard Building Automation System
storage of the system configuration database, trend logs,
(BAS) communication protocols and technologies to
alarm logs, and audit trails. An ADS/ADX is typically
monitor and supervise HVAC equipment, lighting, security,
configured as the Site Director. The software supports
fire, and access control. Depending on the model, the
standard IT firewall technologies for protection against
NCE can monitor and supervise either an MS/TP bus
unauthorized access.
trunk, an N2 Bus trunk, or a LONWORKS network trunk.
A single NCE at a central plant or large air-handler (or a
network of multiple NCE/NAEs in a facility or campus of Field Network Level Control
buildings) provides monitoring and control, alarm and The NCE also features an integral FEC that provides
event management, data exchange, trending, energy direct interface to and control of remote field equipment,
management, scheduling, and data storage. such as large central cooling and heating plants, and
large built-up air handler units.
NCEs have multiple connection port options that allow
you to build an extremely flexible network at the The NCE has 33 onboard I/O control points and an SA
automation and enterprise level of your system, and at Bus. The SA Bus allows you to connect IOMs and
the field controller and data acquisition levels. increase the I/O control points in your application.
You can also connect NS Series Network Sensors and
IP Ethernet Network supported VFDs to the SA Bus, and integrate
The NCE connects directly to an IP Ethernet network state-of-the-art temperature control and motor speed
running at 10 or 100 Mbps. Multiple NCEs and NAEs control into your NCE application.
communicate with each other over the network, and You define and configure the 33 I/O points on the NCE
typically an Application and Data Server (ADS)/Extended and the I/O points and devices on the NCE SA Bus in the
Application and Data Server (ADX) or NAE is designated Controller Configuration Tool (CCT) software.
as the Metasys network Site Director. The Site Director
is the point of access to the entire BAS network on the The 33 onboard NCE I/O points include the following:
site and is accessed via a Web browser and the Metasys • 10 Universal Input points. Each point can be defined
Site Management Portal UI. Data transmission on the as either a Current Analog Input (4-20 mA),Voltage
Metasys network uses standard IT protocols, services, Analog Input (0-10 VDC), a Resistive Analog Input,
and formats. or a Dry Contact Binary Input.
Networks in different buildings may be interconnected • 8 Binary Input points. Each point can be defined as
using standard WAN technologies and network service either Dry Contact Maintained or Pulse Counter Mode
providers. The speed of transmission depends on the (100 Hz high-speed).
technology used. • 4 Analog Output points. Each point can be defined
as either a Voltage Analog Output (0-10 VDC) or a
Web Browser Access Current Analog Output (4-20 mA).
You access building systems through the NCE with a • 4 Configurable Output points. Each point can be
standard supported Web browser on a desktop or laptop defined as either a Voltage Analog Output (0-10 VDC)
computer. The computer does not require any special or a Binary Output (24 VAC Triac).
workstation software other than the browser and a • 7 Binary Output points. Each point is configured for
standard Java® software. The Web browser accesses 24 VAC Triac.
the NCE directly over the IP network, or via the Internet
or public telephone service.

Network Control Engine Product Bulletin 2


Table 2: NCE Point Type Counts
Point Type Signals Accepted Count
Universal Input Analog Input Voltage Mode, 0-10 VDC 10
Analog Input, Current Mode, 4-20 mA
Analog Input, Resistive Mode, 0-2k ohm, RTD (1k [Johnson Controls],
1k PT, A99B SI), NTC (10k Type L, 2.252k Type 2)
Binary Input, Dry Contact Maintained Mode
Binary Input Dry Contact Maintained Mode 8
Pulse Counter/ Accumulator Mode (High Speed), 100Hz
Analog Output Analog Output, Voltage Mode, 0-10 VDC 4
Analog Output, Current Mode 4-20 mA
Binary Output 24 VAC Triac 7
Configurable Output Analog Output, Voltage Mode, 0-10 VDC 4
Binary Output Mode, 24 VAC Triac

Figure 2: Three NCEs Connected to a Metasys System Network

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Field Networks and Protocols
NCEs/NAEs offer the ability to pass data from one field LONWORKS Bus
network to another, and transmit data from the field Specified NCE models can supervise a LONWORKS
network to the enterprise and automation level of the network trunk with up to 32 LONWORKS network devices.
network. This ability allows your system to operate as LONWORKS network trunks are supported if the network
one virtual control network. interface follows current LONMARK® guidelines, preferably
with the LONMARK certification, and uses the Free
Topology Transceiver FTT10.
Automation Level Communication
NCEs/NAEs communicate internal system data using The LONWORKS network interface in the NCE supports all
peer-to-peer messaging over the IP Ethernet network. current LONMARK certified devices, including devices from
Thus, each NCE and NAE shares data and has access Johnson Controls such as the LN Series Controllers, the
to information on all other NCE and NAE nodes on the NexSys® controller line, and the LONWORKS enabled
site network, which enables coordination of the overall programmable Flexible System Controller (FSC).
functions of the BAS.
Software for Efficient Building
BACnet MS/TP Bus
The BACnet MS/TP bus is based on BACnet standard
Operation
protocol American National Standards Institute NCEs ship with the latest version of the Metasys system
(ANSI)/American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and software, which provides the following features:
Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE)135-2004. • Metasys Site Management Portal User Interface
The MS/TP bus is a peer-to-peer, multiple-master protocol provides data and graphic screens to supported Web
in which each master device takes turns originating browsers. Authorized users simply log on to the NCE
messages to pass to any other device on the bus. from the Web browser to access the Site Management
Portal. This embedded user interface is ideal for
NCE25s can connect to BACnet MS/TP field controllers smaller networks and remote locations where a
over wireless mesh networks using the ZFR1800 Series dedicated computer platform to support a user
Wireless Field Bus System. Refer to the ZFR1800 Series interface is not required.
Wireless Field Bus System Product Bulletin
(LIT-12011336) for more information. • System Security enables an NCE to recognize
legitimate users with valid user IDs and passwords
at the Site Management Portal user interface. User
N2 Bus access data is encrypted in the transmission and in
The N2 Bus is a Johnson Controls® field communications the NCE database. The system administrator
trunk that links Application-Specific Controllers (ASCs) manages user profiles, authorization levels, user ID,
and programmable controllers to a supervisory controller.
ASCs include the Air Handling Unit (AHU), Unitary (UNT)
controller, controllers, and VAV Modular Assembly (VMA)
devices. Programmable controllers include the DX9100.
The N2 Bus supports Metasys system compatible devices
from other manufacturers and the Metasys Integrator®
system. The Metasys Integrator system includes an
extensive series of software drivers for the integration of
other manufacturers’ control devices, including HVAC
equipment, power monitoring, lighting panels, security,
and fire detection systems.

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password, and specific NCE data access privileges • Scheduling allows you to define occupancy periods
in each user account. and start and stop times for mechanical or electrical
equipment. Operating parameters can be set
Figure 3: Metasys Site Management Portal Screen
according to time of day, day/days of the week,
holiday, or for calendar dates.
• Network-Wide System Interlocking enables NCEs
to collect field controller data, make logical
comparisons, and issue relevant commands to other
field controllers anywhere on the network.
• Optimal Start automatically determines the best time
to start heating and cooling systems to ensure that
the facility is ready for occupants. It adjusts to
seasonal variations and reduces energy use.
• demand limiting load rolling (DLLR) monitors
energy meters for electricity, gas, steam, or water,
and automatically sheds equipment loads according
to user-defined levels. Demand Limit helps manage
utility demand charges. Load Rolling controls
equipment operating levels to reduce total energy
• Monitoring and Control collects data from the field consumption. Comfort overrides prioritize equipment
devices and then coordinates and sends the required shedding.
commands to the controlled equipment at the required
priority.
System Configuration Tool
• Global Search allows you to search the Metasys You can define the NCE supervisory level database online
system and manage lists of objects, which can be through a Web browser directly connected to an NCE
used by other features for commanding, trending, device, or connected from a remote location via a WAN.
reporting, and object selection. Using the System Configuration Tool (SCT), you can
• Global Command allows you to send a single define the system configuration and database offline for
command to multiple objects, and view a log of the later download to the NCE over the network. In either
command results. case, the supervisory level database is typically archived
• Transaction Recording audits and logs all user on the SCT or ADS/ADX.
actions performed through the NCE. All the software required for supervisory level database
• Alarm and Event Processing enables NCEs to send configuration resides on the NCE or SCT. You do not
alarm and event messages to Web browsers, pagers, need to have a local copy of the database on the Web
e-mail servers, Network Management Systems, and browser to make authorized changes.
serial printers, as well as store and view alarm and
event logs on the NCE and transfer it to an ADS/ADX.
Controller Configuration Tool
• Historical Trend Data can be collected by NCEs for
The CCT is a software tool (packaged with the SCT) that
any monitored value at user-defined intervals, or
provides a flexible UI for configuring and commissioning
trending can be based on Change-of-Value. You can
the integral field controller on the NCE and the devices
use trend logs to analyze building system
connected on the NCE SA Bus. The CCT is also used to
performance and locate system problems. NCE trend
commission and configure the Metasys MS/TP field
logs can be transferred to the ADS/ADX at defined
controllers on NCE models that support an MS/TP bus
intervals or when the NCE logs are full.
trunk.
• Totalization Data allows you to monitor energy (and
other consumables) use and generate cost reports The CCT features the following:
to support utility cost reductions, and also provides • a Configuration mode that allows you to build custom
data for service, maintenance, and early identification control applications for your mechanical systems by
of building system problems. selecting simple mechanical and control logic options
• Trend Studies allows you to view multiple trend
extensions in a single view to facilitate monitoring and
troubleshooting your Metasys site.

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from a library and then combining them to meet your NCE Hardware Features
building application requirements The NCE hardware platform features the following:
• a Simulation mode that allows you to review, test,
and adjust your custom control applications before • multiple processors for supervisory and direct digital
downloading the applications to the field controllers control
• a Commissioning mode that allows you to manage • nonvolatile solid-state Flash memory to store all
the custom application downloads to the target field programs and data
controllers • standard USB connection
The CCT has a consistent user interface across the • data protection battery to save data and power the
Configuration, Simulation, and Commissioning modes real-time clock when primary power to the NCE is
and flexible connection options for downloading and interrupted
commissioning field controllers, including a wireless • LEDs to indicate power, communications, and device
connection option using the Wireless Commissioning condition, to allow easy servicing
Converter (MS-BTCVT-1). • removable, color-coded, screw terminal blocks for 24
Figure 4: CCT User Interface VAC power, communications bus, and I/O point field
wiring connections
• standard 9-pin sub-D connectors for RS-232-C serial
port
• RJ-45 8-pin modular connector for Ethernet
connection
• optional internal modem and 6-pin modular telephone
line connector (on specified models)
• integral display screen with navigation keypad (on
specified models)

Ordering Information
Contact the nearest Johnson Controls representative to order an NCE or accessories. Specify the desired product
code number using Table 3 and Table 4.
Table 3: NCE Model Ordering Information
1 Description
Product Code Number
MS-NCE25xx-x (Base Features Each NCE25 Series model requires a 24 VAC power supply and includes one RS-232-C
on Each NCE25) serial port, one RS-485 optically isolated SA Bus port, one USB serial port, one Ethernet
port, and an MS-BAT1020-0 Data Protection Battery. Each NCE25 Series model has 33
integral I/O points and supports up to 128 additional I/O points on the SA Bus.
2 Base features with no physical field controller trunk connection.
MS-NCE2500-0
2 Base features with no physical field controller trunk connection. Includes integral display
MS-NCE2506-0
screen.
MS-NCE2510-0 Supports one N2 Bus trunk with up to 32 N2 devices.
MS-NCE2511-0 Supports one N2 Bus trunk with up to 32 N2 devices. Includes internal modem.
MS-NCE2516-0 Supports one N2 Bus trunk with up to 32 N2 devices. Includes integral display screen.

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Table 3: NCE Model Ordering Information
1 Description
Product Code Number
MS-NCE2517-0 Supports one N2 Bus trunk with up to 32 N2 devices. Includes integral display screen and
internal modem.
MS-NCE2520-0 Supports one LONWORKS network trunk with up to 32 LONWORKS devices.
MS-NCE2521-0 Supports one LONWORKS network trunk with up to 32 LONWORKS devices. Includes internal
modem.
MS-NCE2526-0 Supports one LONWORKS network trunk with up to 32 LONWORKS devices. Includes integral
display screen.
MS-NCE2527-0 Supports one LONWORKS network trunk with up to 32 LONWORKS devices. Includes integral
display screen and internal modem.
MS-NCE2560-0 Supports one MS/TP Bus trunk with up to 32 MS/TP devices.
MS-NCE2560-0U Supports one MS/TP Bus trunk with up to 32 MS/TP devices.
Note: This model is UL listed, File S4977, UUKL 864 - 9th Edition Smoke Control Equipment.
MS-NCE2561-0 Supports one MS/TP Bus trunk with up to 32 MS/TP devices. Includes internal modem.
MS-NCE2566-0 Supports one MS/TP Bus trunk with up to 32 MS/TP devices. Includes integral display screen.
MS-NCE2567-0 Supports one MS/TP Bus trunk with up to 32 MS/TP devices. Includes integral display screen
and internal modem.

1 Some models are also available in a Buy American version (add a G after the code number). For repair parts, add -700 after
the code number.
2 NCE25 model available in Europe only.

Table 4: NCE Accessories Ordering Information


Product Code Number Description
MS-BAT1020-0 Replacement data protection battery for NAE35, NAE45, and NCE25. Rechargeable NiMH
battery: 3.6 V 500 mAh, with a typical life of 5 to 7 years at 21°C (70°F)
MS-BTCVT-1 Wireless Commissioning Converter, with Bluetooth® technology, for configuring and
commissioning the NCE field controller and the devices on the NCE SA Bus
MS-DIS1710-0 Local Controller Display connects to NCE on SA Bus and provides menu display and
navigation keypad for monitoring status and controlling parameters on the NCE’s integral
field controller.
Note: A DIS1710 display does not operate on NCE models that have an integral controller
display.
AS-XFR100-1 Power transformer (Class 2, 24 VAC, 92 VA maximum output), with enclosure
AS-XFR010-1 Power transformer (Class 2, 24 VAC, 92 VA maximum output), no enclosure
MS-RAP-0 Ready Access Portal Server, which provides a user interface that is a natural, complementary
extension of the Metasys Site Management Portal UI.
Note: This option is not necessary for sites that have an ADS/ADX as the Site Director
because it is provided with the ADS/ADX solution.
MS-EXPORT-0 Metasys Export Utility, which extracts historical trend, alarm, and audit data from the system
and presents the historical data in a variety of formats.
Note: This option is not necessary for sites that have an ADS/ADX as the Site Director
because it is provided with the ADS/ADX solution.

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Technical Specifications
Table 5: NCE25
Power Requirement Dedicated nominal 24 VAC, Class 2 power supply (North America),safety extra-low voltage
(SELV) power supply (Europe), at 50/60 Hz (20 VAC minimum to 30 VAC maximum)
Power Consumption 25 VA maximum for NCE25 only
Note: The 25 VA rating does not include any power supplied by the NCE to devices connected
at the NCE binary outputs (BOs). binary output (BO) devices connected to and powered by
an NCE can require an additional 125 VA (maximum).
Ambient Operating Conditions 0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F), 10 to 90% RH, 30°C (86°F) maximum dew point
Ambient Storage Conditions -40 to 70°C (-40 to 158°F), 5 to 95% RH, 30°C (86°F) maximum dew point
Data Protection Battery Supports data protection on power failure. Rechargeable NiMH battery: 3.6 VDC 500 mAh,
with a typical life of 5 to 7 years at 21°C (70°F); Product Code Number: MS-BAT1020-0
Processors Supervisory Controller: 192 MHz Renesas® SH4 7760 RISC processor
Field Controller: 20 MHz Renesas H8S2398 processor
Memory Supervisory Controller: 128 MB Flash nonvolatile memory for operating system, configuration
data, and operations data storage and backup and 128 MB synchronous dynamic random
access memory (SDRAM) for operations data dynamic memory
Field Controller: 192 KB flash memory and 1 MB RAM
Operating System Microsoft Windows® CE embedded 6.0
Network and Serial Interfaces One Ethernet port; 10/100 Mbps; 8-pin RJ-45 connector
(Depending on NCE model. See One optically isolated RS-485 SA Bus port; with a pluggable and keyed 4-position terminal
Table 3 for model information.) block (on all NCE25 models)
One optically isolated RS-485 port; with a pluggable and keyed 4-position terminal block (only
on NCE25 models that support an N2 Bus or MS/TP bus trunk)
One LONWORKS port; FTT10 78 Kbps; pluggable, keyed 3-position terminal block (only on
NCE25 models that support a LONWORKS Network trunk)
One RS-232-C serial port with standard 9-pin sub-D connector that supports standard baud
rates
One USB serial port with standard USB connector
Option: One 6-pin modular jack for connecting to internal modem; up to 56 Kbps
Analog Input/Analog Output Analog Input Points: 16-bit resolution
Point Resolution
Analog Output Points: 16-bit resolution and ±200 mV accuracy on 0-10 VDC applications
Input/Output Capabilities 10-Universal Inputs: Defined as 0-10 VDC, 4-20mA, 0-600k ohm, or Binary Dry Contact
8-Binary Inputs: Defined as Dry Contact Maintained or Pulse/Accumulator Mode
4-Analog Outputs: Defined as 0-10 VDC or 4-20mA
7-Binary Outputs: Defined as 24 VAC Triac (selectable internal or external source power)
4-Configurable Outputs: Defined as 0-10 VDC or 24 VAC Triac BO
Dimensions 155 x 270 x 64 mm (6.1 x 10.6 x 2.5 in.) Minimum mounting space required: 250 x 370 x 110
mm (9.8 x 14.6 x 4.3 in.)
(Height x Width x Depth)
Housing Plastic housing
Plastic material: ABS and polycarbonate
Protection: IP20 (IEC60529)
Mounting On flat surface with screws on three mounting clips or a single 35 mm DIN rail
Shipping Weight 1.2 kg (2.7 lb)

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Table 5: NCE25
Compliance United States: UL Listed, File E107041, CCN PAZX, UL 916, Energy Management Equipment
FCC Compliant to CFR47, Part 15, Subpart B, Class A
Canada: UL Listed, File E107041, CCN PAZX7, CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 205, Signal Equipment
Industry Canada Compliant, ICES-003
Europe: CE Mark - Johnson Controls, Inc., declares that this product is in compliance with
the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of the EMC Directive 2004/108/EC.
Australia and New Zealand: C-Tick Mark, Australia/NZ Emissions Compliant

BACnet International: BACnet Testing Laboratories™ (BTL) 135-2004 Listed BACnet Building
Controller (B-BC)

The performance specifications are nominal and conform to acceptable industry standard. For application at conditions
beyond these specifications, consult the local Johnson Controls office. Johnson Controls, Inc. shall not be liable for
damages resulting from misapplication or misuse of its products.

United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Compliance Statement


This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device pursuant to Part
15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when
this equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area may cause harmful
interference, in which case the users will be required to correct the interference at their own expense.

Canadian Compliance Statement


This Class (A) digital apparatus meets all the requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment
Regulations.
Cet appareil numérique de la Classe (A) respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le matériel brouilleur du
Canada.

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Metasys® and Johnson Controls® are registered trademarks of Johnson Controls, Inc.
All other marks herein are the marks of their respective owners.© 2014 Johnson Controls, Inc.

Published in U.S.A. www.johnsoncontrols.com


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Input/Output Module
Input/Output Module (IOM) Series Controllers Catalog Page
Code No. LIT-1900349
Issued April 17, 2015
Refer to the QuickLIT website for the most up-to-date version of this document.

The Input/Output Module (IOM) Series Controllers are BACnet® • Bluetooth® Wireless Commissioning Interface - Provides an
Application Specific Controllers (B-ASCs) with integral RS-485 easy-to-use connection to the configuration and commissioning
Master-Slave/Token-Passing (MS/TP) communications. IOM controllers tool.
integrate into the web-based Metasys® system. • Auto Tuned Control Loops - Reduce commissioning time, eliminate
Note: At CCT Release 10.1, VMAs, FECs, and FACs can change-of-season re-commissioning, and reduce wear and tear
communicate by using either the BACnet or the N2 field bus on mechanical devices.
networking protocol. The operation of the IOM Input/Output
Module is not affected by the selection of the BACnet or the • Universal Inputs, Configurable Outputs, and Point Expansion
N2 protocol in the host controller. Modules - Allow multiple signal options to provide input/output
flexibility.
IOMs can serve in one of two capacities, depending on where they are • Optional Local User Interface Display - Allows convenient
installed in the Metasys system. When installed on the Sensor/Actuator monitoring and adjusting capabilities at the local device.
(SA) Bus of an Field Equipment Controller (FEC), Advanced Application
Field Equipment Controller (FAC), or VMA controller, the IOMs expand • BACnet Testing Laboratories™ (BTL) Listing - Ensures
the point count of these controllers. When installed on the Field interoperability with other BTL-listed devices. BTL is a third-party
Controller (FC) Bus, IOMs can be used as I/O point multiplexors to agency which validates that BAS vendor products meet the BACnet
support monitoring and control from an Network Automation Engine industry-standard protocol.
(NAE) or Network Control Engine (NCE). The point multiplexor can also • 32-bit microprocessor ensures optimum performance and meets
be useful for sharing points between other field controllers on the FC industry specifications.
Bus using peer-to-peer connectivity. • BACnet Automatic Discovery support enables easy controller
A full range of FEC models combined with the IOM models can be integration into Metasys BAS.
applied to a wide variety of building applications ranging from simple • Integral end-of-line (EOL) switch enables field controller as a
fan coil or heat pump control to advanced central plant management. terminating device on the communications bus.
• Pluggable communications bus and supply power terminal blocks
Important: You cannot purchase a similar third-party device and expedite installation and troubleshooting.
install it in a UL/ULC Listed smoke control system.
Doing so voids the UL/ULC Smoke Control Listing. • Wireless capabilities via a ZFR1800 Series Wireless Field Bus
Third-party devices must be provided and labeled by System enable wireless mesh connectivity to supervisory
the factory as described in the UL/ULC Smoke Control controllers, facilitating easy initial location and relocation.
Listing. • Ability to reside on the FC Bus or SA Bus provides application
flexibility.
Important: Only those Johnson Controls products identified for
use in smoke control applications have been tested If the product fails to operate within its specifications, replace the
and listed by UL for use in a Metasys System UL 864 product. For a replacement product, contact the nearest
9th Edition UUKL/ORD-C100-13 UUKLC Smoke Johnson Controls® representative.
Control System. Installation of a product that is not
Figure 1: IOM4711
UL/ULC Listed and labeled for this application prevents
the entire system from being UL/ULC Listed for smoke
control.

Refer to the Metasys® System Field Equipment Controllers and Related


Products Product Bulletin (LIT-12011042) for product application details.

Features
• Standard BACnet® Protocol - Provides interoperability with other
Building Automation System (BAS) products that use the widely
accepted BACnet standard.
• Standard Hardware and Software Platform - Uses a common
hardware design throughout the family line to support standardized
wiring practices and installation workflows. Also uses a common
software design to support use of a single tool for control
applications, commissioning, and troubleshooting to minimize
technical training.

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Table 1: IOM Series Point Type Counts Per Model
Point Types Signals Accepted IOM IOM IOM IOM IOM IOM IOM
1711 2711 2721 3711 3721 3731 4711
Universal Input (UI) Analog Input, Voltage Mode, 0–10VDC 2 8 4 6

Analog Input, Current Mode, 4–20mA

Analog Input, Resistive Mode, 0–2kohm, RTD


(1k NI [Johnson Controls], 1k PT, A99B SI),
NTC (10k Type L, 2.252k Type 2)

Binary Input, Dry Contact Maintained Mode


Binary Input (BI) Dry Contact Maintained Mode 4 16 8 2

Pulse Counter/Accumulator Mode (High Speed),


100 Hz
Analog Output (AO) Analog Output, Voltage Mode, 0–10VDC 2 2

Analog Output, Current Mode, 4–20mA


1 24 VAC Triac 8 3
Binary Output (BO)
Universal Output (UO) Analog Output, Voltage Mode, 0–10VDC 2 4

Binary Output Mode, 24 VAC/DC FET

Analog Output, Current Mode, 4–20mA


Configurable Output (CO) Analog Output, Voltage Mode, 0–10VDC 4

Binary Output Mode, 24 VAC Triac


Relay Output (RO) (-0 models 120/240 VAC 2 4
only)
Relay Output (RO) (-1 models 24 VAC, SELV 2 4
only)
Relay Output (RO) (-2 models 240 VAC 2 4
only)

1 The BOs on the IOM3731-0A model require an external low-voltage power source.

Table 2: IOM Series Ordering Information


Product Code Number Description
MS-IOM1711-0 4-Point IOM with 4 BI, FC Bus and SA Bus Support
2 6-Point IOM with 2 UI, 2 UO, 2 BO, FC Bus, and SA Bus Support. Relays are rated for 120/240 VAC.
MS-IOM2711-0
3 6-Point IOM with 2 UI, 2 UO, 2 BO, FC Bus, and SA Bus Support. Relays are rated for 240 VAC.
MS-IOM2711-2
MS-IOM2721-0 10-Point IOM with 8 UI, 2 AO, FC Bus, and SA Bus Support
2 12-Point IOM with 4 UI, 4 UO, 4 BO, FC Bus, and SA Bus Support. Relays are rated for 120/240 VAC.
MS-IOM3711-0
3 12-Point IOM with 4 UI, 4 UO, 4 BO, FC Bus, and SA Bus Support. Relays are rated for 240 VAC
MS-IOM3711-2
MS-IOM3721-0 16-Point IOM with 16 BI, FC Bus, and SA Bus Support
MS-IOM3731-0 16-Point IOM with 8 BI, 8 BO, FC Bus, and SA Bus Support
1 16-Point IOM with 8 BI, 8 BO, FC Bus, and SA Bus Support
MS-IOM3731-0A
Note: Binary Outputs (BOs) on MS-IOM3731-0A controllers do not supply power for the outputs; the BOs require external
low-voltage (<30 VAC) power sources.
MS-IOM4711-0 17-Point IOM with 6 UI, 2 BI, 3 BO, 2 AO, 4 CO, FC and SA Bus Support

1 This model is currently available only in Asia. Contact your local Johnson Controls representative for more information.
2 UL Listed
3 CE Marked

Input/Output Module (IOM) Series Controllers Catalog Page 2


Table 3: IOM Series for Smoke Control Ordering Information
1 2 Description
Product Code Number ,
MS-IOM1710-0U 4-Point IOM with 4 BI; 24 VAC; FC Bus and SA Bus Support
MS-IOM1711-0U 4-Point IOM with 4 BI; 24 VAC; FC Bus and SA Bus Support
MS-IOM2710-0U 6-Point IOM with 2 UI, 2 UO, 2 BO; 24 VAC; FC Bus and SA Bus Support
MS-IOM2711-0U 6-Point IOM with 2 UI, 2 UO, 2 BO; 24 VAC; FC Bus and SA Bus Support
MS-IOM3710-0U 12-Point IOM with 4 UI, 4 UO, 4 BO; 24 VAC; FC Bus and SA Bus Support
MS-IOM3711-0U 12-Point IOM with 4 UI, 4 UO, 4 BO; 24 VAC; FC Bus and SA Bus Support
MS-IOU4710-0U 17-Point IOM with 6 UI, 2 BI, 3 BO, 2 AO, 4 CO; 24 VAC; FC Bus and SA Bus Support with Mounting Base
MS-IOM4711-0U 17-Point IOM with 6 UI, 2 BI, 3 BO, 2 AO, 4 CO; 24 VAC; FC Bus and SA Bus Support with Mounting Base

1 These devices are UL/ULC 864 Listed, File S4977, 9th Edition UUKL/ORD-C100-13 UUKLC Smoke Control System.
2 All field controllers in a smoke control system must be mounted in Johnson Controls custom or standard UL 864 panels or in panels that are ordered from
Johnson Controls. If these field controllers are used with panels that are not supplied by Johnson Controls, they are not compliant with the UL 864 9th Edition
UUKL/ORD-C100-13 UUKLC Smoke Control System listing.

Input/Output Module (IOM) Series Controllers Catalog Page 3


Accessories
Table 4: IOM Accessories
Product Code Number Description
MS-BTCVT-1 Wireless Commissioning Converter with Bluetooth® Technology
TL-BRTRP-0 Portable BACnet IP to MS/TP Router
MS-ZFR1811-1 Wireless Field Bus Router, 10 mW Transmission Power. Functions with Metasys BACnet FECs, VMA16s, and WRZ Series
Wireless Mesh Room Sensors
MS-BTCVTCBL-700 Cable Replacement Set for the MS-BTCVT-1 or the NS-ATV7003-0; Includes One 5 ft (1.5 m) Retractable Cable
Y64T15-0 Transformer, 120/208/240 VAC Primary to 24 VAC Secondary, 92 VA, Foot Mount, 30 in. Primary Leads and 30 in. Secondary
Leads, Class 2
Y65A13-0 Transformer, 120 VAC Primary to 24 VAC Secondary, 40 VA, Foot Mount (Y65AS), 8 in. Primary Leads and 30 in. Secondary
Leads, Class 2
Y65T42-0 Transformer, 120/208/240 VAC Primary to 24 VAC Secondary, 40 VA, Hub Mount (Y65SP+), 8 in. Primary Leads and Secondary
Screw Terminals, Class 2
Y65T31-0 Transformer, 120/208/240 VAC Primary to 24 VAC Secondary, 40 VA, Foot Mount (Y65AR+), 8 in. Primary Leads and Secondary
Screw Terminals, Class 2
AP-TBK4SA-0 Replacement MS/TP SA Bus Terminal, 4-Position Connector, Brown, Bulk Pack
AP-TBK4FC-0 Replacement MS/TP FC Bus Terminal, 4-Position Connector, Blue, Bulk Pack
AP-TBK3PW-0 Replacement Power Terminal, 3-Position Connector, Gray, Bulk Pack
ZFR-USBHA-0 ZFR USB Dongle driver provides a wireless connection through CCT to allow wireless commissioning of the wirelessly enabled
FEC, Advanced Application Field Equipment Controller (FAC), IOM, and VMA16 controllers. Also allows use of the ZFR Checkout
Tool (ZCT) in CCT.

IOM Series Technical Specifications


Table 5: IOM Series
Product Code Numbers MS-IOM1711-0: 4-Point IOM with 4 BI, FC Bus and SA Bus Support

MS-IOM2711-0: 6-Point IOM with 2 UI, 2 UO, 2 BO, FC Bus, and SA Bus Support. Relays are rated for 120/240 VAC

MS-IOM2711-1: 6-Point IOM with 2 UI, 2 UO, 2 BO, FC Bus, and SA Bus Support. Relays are rated for 24 VAC

MS-IOM2711-2: 6-Point IOM with 2 UI, 2 UO, 2 BO, FC Bus, and SA Bus Support. Relays are rated for 240 VAC.

MS-IOM2721-0: 10-Point IOM with 8 UI, 2 AO, FC Bus, and SA Bus Support

MS-IOM3711-0: 12-Point IOM with 4 UI, 4 UO, 4 BO, FC Bus, and SA Bus Support. Relays are rated for 120/240 VAC

MS-IOM3711-1: 12-Point IOM with 4 UI, 4 UO, 4 BO, FC Bus, and SA Bus Support. Relays are rated for 24 VAC

MS-IOM3711-2: 12-Point IOM with 4 UI, 4 UO, 4 BO, FC Bus, and SA Bus Support. Relays are rated for 240 VAC

MS-IOM3721-0: 16-Point IOM with 16 BI, FC Bus, and SA Bus Support

MS-IOM3731-0: 16-Point IOM with 8 BI, 8 BO, FC Bus, and SA Bus Support
1
MS-IOM3731-0A : 16-Point IOM with 8 BI, 8 BO, FC Bus, and SA Bus Support

MS-IOM4711-0: 17-Point IOM with 6 UI, 2 BI, 3 BO, 2 AO, 4 CO, FC and SA Bus Support

Smoke Control Models:

MS-IOM1710-0U: 4-Point IOM with 4 BI, FC Bus and SA Bus Support

MS-IOM1711-0U: 4-Point IOM with 4 BI, FC Bus and SA Bus Support

MS-IOM2710-0U: 6-Point IOM with 2 UI, 2 UO, 2 BO, FC Bus, and SA Bus Support

MS-IOM2711-0U: 6-Point IOM with 2 UI, 2 UO, 2 BO, FC Bus, and SA Bus Support

MS-IOM3710-0U: 12-Point IOM with 4 UI, 4 UO, 4 BO, FC Bus, and SA Bus Support

MS-IOM3711-0U: 12-Point IOM with 4 UI, 4 UO, 4 BO, FC Bus, and SA Bus Support

MS-IOU4710-0U: 17-Point IOM with 6 UI, 2 BI, 3 BO, 2 AO, 4 CO, FC Bus and SA Bus Support with Mounting

MS-IOM4711-0U: 17-Point IOM with 6 UI, 2 BI, 3 BO, 2 AO, 4 CO, FC Bus and SA Bus Support with Mounting
Supply Voltage 24 VAC (nominal, 20 VAC minimum/30 VAC maximum), 50/60 Hz, Power Supply Class 2 (North America), Safety Extra-Low
Voltage (SELV) Europe

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Table 5: IOM Series
Power Consumption 14 VA maximum

Note: VA ratings do not include any power supplied to the peripheral devices connected to Binary Outputs (BOs) or Configurable
Outputs (COs), which can consume up to 12 VA for each BO or CO, for a possible total consumption of an additional 84 VA
(maximum), depending on the IOM model.
Ambient Conditions Operating: 0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F); 10 to 90% RH noncondensing

Storage: -40 to 80°C (-40 to 176°F); 5 to 95% RH noncondensing


Addressing DIP switch set; valid field controller device addresses 4–127

(Device addresses 0–3 and 128–255 are reserved and not valid IOM addresses).
2 BACnet MS/TP, RS-485
Communications Bus
3-wire FC Bus between the supervisory controller and field devices

4-wire SA Bus between field controller, network sensors, and other sensor/actuator devices. Includes a lead source 15 VDC
supply power (from field controller) to bus devices.
Processor H8SX/166xR Renesas® 32-bit microcontroller
Memory 512 KB Flash Memory and 128 KB Random Access Memory (RAM)

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Table 5: IOM Series
Input and Output Capabilities IOM1711:

4 - Binary Inputs: Defined as Dry Contact Maintained or Pulse Counter/ Accumulator Mode
IOM2711:

2 - Universal Inputs: Defined as 0–10 VDC, 4–20 mA, 0–600k ohm, or Binary Dry Contact

2 - Universal Outputs: Analog Output: Voltage Mode, 0-10 VDC; Binary Output Mode: 24 VAC/DC FET; Analog Output: Current
Mode, 4-20 mA

2 - Relay Outputs: (Single-Pole, Double-Throw);

UL 916 (-0 model only): 1/4 hp 120 VAC, 1/2 hp 240 VAC; 360 VA Pilot Duty at 120/240 VAC (B300); 3 A Non-inductive 24-240
VAC;

EN 60730 (-1 model only): 6 (4) A N.O. or N.C. only, 24 VAC, SELV

EN 60730 (-2 model only): 6 (4) A N.O. or N.C. only, 240 VAC
IOM2721:

8 - Universal Inputs: Defined as 0–10 VDC, 4–20 mA, 0–600k ohm, or Binary Dry Contact

2 - Analog Outputs: Defined as 0–10 VDC or 4–20 mA


IOM3711:

4 - Universal Inputs: Defined as 0–10 VDC, 4–20 mA, 0–600k ohm, or Binary Dry Contact

4 - Universal Outputs: Analog Output: Voltage Mode, 0-10 VDC; Binary Output Mode: 24 VAC/DC FET; Analog Output: Current
Mode, 4-20 mA

4 - Relay Outputs: (Single-Pole, Double-Throw);

UL 916 (-0 model only): 1/4 hp 120 VAC, 1/2 hp 240 VAC; 360 VA Pilot Duty at 120/240 VAC (B300); 3 A Non-inductive 24-240
VAC;

EN 60730 (-1 model only): 6 (4) A N.O. or N.C. only, 24 VAC, SELV

EN 60730 (-2 model only): 6 (4) A N.O. or N.C. only, 240 VAC
IOM3721:

16 - Binary Inputs: Defined as Dry Contact Maintained or Pulse Counter/Accumulator Mode


IOM3731:

8 - Binary Inputs: Defined as Dry Contact Maintained or Pulse Counter/Accumulator Mode

8 - Binary Outputs: Defined as 24 VAC Triac (Require external low-voltage power source.)

Note: Binary Outputs (BOs) on MS-IOM3731-0A controllers do not supply power for the outputs; the BOs require external
low-voltage (< 30 VAC) power sources.
IOM4711:

6 - Universal Inputs: Defined as 0–10 VDC, 4–20 mA, 0–600k ohm, or Binary Dry Contact

2 - Binary Inputs: Defined as Dry Contact Maintained or Pulse/Counter Accumulator Mode

3 - Binary Outputs: Defined as 24 VAC Triac (selectable internal or external source power)

4 - Configurable Outputs: Defined as 0–10 VDC or 24 VAC Triac BO

2 - Analog Outputs: Defined as 0–10 VDC or 4–20 mA


Analog Input/Analog Output Analog Input: 16-bit resolution
Resolution and Accuracy
Analog Output: 16-bit resolution and ±200 mV in 0–10 VDC applications
Terminations Input/Output: Fixed Screw Terminal Blocks

SA/FC Bus and Supply Power: 4-wire and 3-wire Pluggable Screw Terminal Blocks

SA/FC Bus Port: RJ-12 6-Pin Modular Jacks


Mounting Horizontal on single 35 mm DIN rail mount (preferred), or screw mount on flat surface with three integral mounting clips on
controller
Housing Enclosure material: ABS and polycarbonate UL94 5VB; self-extinguishing, Plenum-rated protection class: IP20 (IEC529)

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Table 5: IOM Series
Dimensions (Height x Width x IOM17 and IOM27 Family Models:
Depth)
150 x 120 x 53 mm (5-7/8 x 4-3/4 x 2-1/8 in.) including terminals and mounting clips

IOM2721, IOM3721, and IOM3731 Models:

150 x 164 x 53 mm (5-7/8 x 6-7/16 x 2-1/8 in.) including terminals and mounting clips

IOM37 and IOM47 Family Models:

150 x 190 x 53 mm (5-7/8 x 7-1/2 x 2-1/8 in.) including terminals and mounting clips

Note: Mounting space for all field controllers requires an additional 50 mm (2 in.) space on top, bottom, and front face of controller
for easy cover removal, ventilation, and wire terminations.
Weight 0.5 kg (1.1 lb) maximum
Compliance United States: UL Listed, File E107041, CCN PAZX, UL 916, Energy Management Equipment; UL/ULC 864 Listed, File S4977,
9th Edition UUKL/ORD-C100-13 UUKLC Smoke Control System (models with U product code suffix only); FCC Compliant to
CFR47, Part 15, Subpart B, Class A
Note: Except IOM2711-2 and IOM3711-2
Canada: UL Listed, File E107041, CCN PAZX7, CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 205, Signal Equipment; UL/ULC 864 Listed, File S4977,
9th Edition UUKL/ORD-C100-13 UUKLC Smoke Control System (models with U product code suffix only); UL/ULC 864 Listed,
File S4977, 9th Edition UUKL/ORD-C100-13 UUKLC Smoke Control System (models with U product code suffix only); Industry
Canada Compliant, ICES-003

Note: Except IOM2711-2 and IOM3711-2


Europe: CE Mark – Johnson Controls, Inc. declares that this product is in compliance with the essential requirements and other
relevant provisions of the EMC Directive 2004/108/EC. Declared as Independently Mounted, Intended for Panel Mounting,
Operating Control Type 1.B, 4kV rated impulse voltage, 100.7°C ball pressure test.

Note: Except IOM2711-0 and IOM3711-0


Australia and New Zealand: C-Tick Mark, Australia/NZ Emissions Compliant
Note: Except IOM2711-0 and IOM3711-0
BACnet International: BACnet Testing Laboratories (BTL) Protocol Revision 4 Listed BACnet Application Specific Controller
(B-ASC)

1 This model is currently available only in Asia. Contact your local Johnson Controls representative for more information.
2 For more information, refer to the MS/TP Communications Bus Technical Bulletin (LIT-12011034).

The performance specifications are nominal and conform to acceptable industry standards. For application at conditions beyond these specifications,
consult the local Johnson Controls office. Johnson Controls, Inc. shall not be liable for damages resulting from misapplication or misuse of its
products.

Building Efficiency
507 E. Michigan Street, Milwaukee, WI 53202
Metasys® and Johnson Controls® are registered trademarks of Johnson Controls, Inc.
All other marks herein are the marks of their respective owners.© 2015 Johnson Controls, Inc.

Published in U.S.A. www.johnsoncontrols.com


Input/Output Module (IOM) Series Controllers Catalog Page 7
 

MS Display
DIS1710 Local Controller Display Catalog Page
MS-DIS1710-0 Code No. LIT-1900446
Software Release 6.0
Issued January 30, 2013
Supersedes January 26, 2012
Refer to the QuickLIT website for the most up-to-date version of this document.

The DIS1710 Local Controller Display is a member of the Metasys®


Field Equipment Controller family. It is a stand-alone display module Figure 1: Local Controller Display
installed on the front panel of an enclosure and connected to a Network
Control Engine (NCE), Field Equipment Controller (FEC), or Advanced
Application Field Equipment Controller (FAC).
The DIS1710 display provides a local user interface into the application
running in the field controller. The display allows you to monitor and
adjust setpoints, issue commands, change occupancy, and perform
many other important tasks.
Refer to the DIS1710 Local Controller Display Product Bulletin
(LIT-12011273) for important product application information.

Features
• At-a-Glance System Status
• Complete Access to Operating Parameters and Setpoints Applications
• Menu-Based Screen Design The DIS1710 Local Controller Display is designed for use with
controllers without integral displays, including some NCE25, FEC16,
• Tactile-Feel Keypad
FEC26, and FAC26 models. The display is installed on the front panel
• Backlit LCD of the enclosure that houses the controller. You can commission the
• Customized User Preferences controller conveniently from the Field Controller/Sensor Actuator (FC/SA)
• Password Protection (Optional) Bus port on the front of the display without having to open the enclosure.

• Easy Panel Installation Note: The DIS1710 can be used on FAC family controllers; however,
• Compatibility with All NCE, FEC, and FAC Models without Integral FAC schedules, real-time clock settings, trends, and intrinsic
Displays event logs are not accessible from the DIS1710 at Release 6.0.
Display features include a backlit LCD, easy-to-use keypad, and fast
communication to the attached controller. You can conveniently adjust
heating and cooling setpoints, view the room or outside air temperatures,
select mode of operation (Day/Night), and much more.
Repair Information
If the DIS1710 Local Controller Display fails to operate within its
specifications, replace the unit. For a replacement display, contact the
nearest Johnson Controls® representative.
Table 1: DIS1710 Ordering Information
Product Code Number Description
1 MS-DIS1710-0 Local Controller Display
MS-DIS1710-0

1 Also available in a Buy American version (add a G after the code number). For repair parts, replace the -0 suffix with -702.

Table 2: Accessories (Order Separately)


Product Code Number Description
MS-BTCVT-1 Wireless Commissioning Converter with Bluetooth® Technology

Technical Specifications
Table 3: DIS1710 Local Controller Display
Product Code Number MS-DIS1710-0 Local Controller Display for Field Equipment Controllers
Power Requirement Nominal 15 V provided by controller over SA Bus
Power Consumption 2 VA maximum
Ambient Operating Temperature 0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F)
Ambient Operating Conditions 10 to 90% RH, 30°C (86°F) maximum dew point
Ambient Storage Temperature -40 to 70°C (-40 to 158°F)
Ambient Storage Conditions 5 to 95% RH, 30°C (86°F) maximum dew point
Terminations RJ-12 6-pin jack at Service Port (covered by removable cap-plug) SA Bus connection on back of unit

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Table 3: DIS1710 Local Controller Display
Processor Renesas® H8S-2398 16-bit microprocessor
Memory 256 KB Flash Memory8 KB Random Access Memory (RAM)
Operating System RTOS-H8S
Network and Serial Interfaces Communication to controller over SA Bus
Graphic Display Resolution 240 x 64 pixels with white LED backlighting (adjustable)
Dimensions (Height x Width x 85.9 x 238 x 25.8 mm (3.4 x 9.37 x 1.0 in.)
Depth)
Housing Plastic housing material: ABS + polycarbonate Protection: IP20 (IEC60529)
Mounting (Height x Width) Mount to the outside of the enclosure 70.5 x 216.5 mm (2.78 x 8.525 in.)
Shipping Weight 0.14 kg (0.3 lb)
Compliance United States: UL Listed, File E107041, CCN PAZX, UL 916, Energy Management Equipment FCC Compliant to CFR47, Part
15, Subpart B, Class A
Canada: UL Listed, File E107041, CCN PAZX7, CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 205, Signal Equipment; Industry Canada Compliant,
ICES-003
Europe: CE Mark – Johnson Controls, Inc., declares that this product is in compliance with the essential requirements and other
relevant provisions of the EMC Directive 2004/108/EC.
Australia and New Zealand: C-Tick Mark, Australia/NZ Emissions Compliant

The performance specifications are nominal and conform to acceptable industry standards. For application at conditions beyond these specifications,
consult the local Johnson Controls office. Johnson Controls, Inc. shall not be liable for damages resulting from misapplication or misuse of its
products.

Building Efficiency
507 E. Michigan Street, Milwaukee, WI 53202
Metasys® and Johnson Controls® are registered trademarks of Johnson Controls, Inc.
All other marks herein are the marks of their respective owners. © 2013 Johnson Controls, Inc.

Published in U.S.A. www.johnsoncontrols.com


DIS1710 Local Controller Display Catalog Page 2
 

Temperature Sensor
SENSORS

PLANT
TEMPERATURE

TS-6300
The TS-6300 series temperature sensors provide a passive signal that
corresponds to the air or water temperature Heating, Ventilation and Air
Conditioning (HVAC) applications.
They are passive resistive signal NTC K2, NTC K10, Pt100 or Pt1000 related to the
sensed temperature.
The TS-6300 temperature sensor series has been designed to work as a part of any HVAC control system.

FEATURES
„„Wide range of mounting types and signal outputs
„„Different length of tubes and wells for duct and immersion applications
„„Bayonet mounting system
„„For immersion applications, well can be mounted before duct sensor is mounted
„„IP54 ingress protection (except cable sensor)
„„IP67 ingress protection for cable sensor

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SENSORS

TS-6300 PLANT TEMPERATURE

DIMENSIONS (in mm)

95 mm 85 mm 95 mm 85 mm
79.3 mm 79.3 mm
Ø 5 mm Ø 5 mm
53.2 mm 53.2 mm

L = For this dimensions please refer


L to the "Ordering information" (next page)

20 - 90 mm
STRAP-ON
DUCT AND CEILING

95 mm 85 mm
95 mm
79.3 mm
79.3 mm Ø 5 mm
Ø 5 mm
53.2 mm
53.2 mm

OUTDOOR
1.5 m
85 mm

REMOTE

50 mm

Ø 6.0 mm
1.5 m
Cable
CABLE

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TS-6300 PLANT TEMPERATURE

ORDERING INFORMATION
CODES OUTPUT MOUNTING TYPE LENGHT (mm) TEMPERATURE RANGE
TS-6370D-A11 138

TS-6370D-B11 192
-40 to 50°C
TS-6370D-C11 290

TS-6370D-D11 446

TS-6370D-A12 138

TS-6370D-B12 192
-20 to 40°C
TS-6370D-C12 290

TS-6370D-D12 446
0...10 VDC Duct / immersion
TS-6370D-A13 138

TS-6370D-B13 192
0 to 40°C
TS-6370D-C13 290

TS-6370D-D13 446

TS-6370D-A14 138

TS-6370D-B14 192
0 to 100°C
TS-6370D-C14 290

TS-6370D-D14 446

TS-6330D-A10 138

TS-6330D-B10 192
2K2 NTC
TS-6330D-C10 290

TS-6330D-D10 446

TS-6340D-A10 138

TS-6340D-B10 192
10K NTC
TS-6340D-C10 290

TS-6340D-D10 446
Duct / immersion -40 to 120°C
TS-6350D-A10 138

TS-6350D-B10 192
Pt100
TS-6350D-C10 290

TS-6350D-D10 446

TS-6360D-A10 138

TS-6360D-B10 192
Pt1000
TS-6360D-C10 290

TS-6360D-D10 446

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TS-6300 PLANT TEMPERATURE

ORDERING INFORMATION
CODES OUTPUT MOUNTING TYPE LENGHT (mm) TEMPERATURE RANGE
TS-6370R-F01 -40 to 50°C

TS-6370R-F03 0...10 VDC Remote sensor 0 to 40°C

TS-6370R-F04 0 to 100°C
1.5 m cable lenght
TS-6330K-F00 2K2 NTC

TS-6340K-F00 10K NTC Cable sensor -40 to 100°C

TS-6360K-F00 Pt1000

TS-6370E-001 -40 to 50°C


0...10 VDC Outdoor
TS-6370E-002 -20 to 40°C

TS-6330E-000 2K2 NTC

TS-6340E-000 10K NTC


Outdoor -40 to 70°C
TS-6350E-000 Pt100

TS-6360E-000 Pt1000
---
TS-6370S-002 -20 to 40°C
0...10 VDC Strap-on
TS-6370S-004 0 to 100°C

TS-6330S-000 2K2 NTC

TS-6340S-000 10K NTC


Strap-on -40 to 100°C
TS-6350S-000 Pt100

TS-6360S-000 Pt1000

TS-6370C-E13 0...10 VDC Ceiling 0 to 40°C

TS-6330C-E10 2K2 NTC

TS-6340C-E10 10K NTC 36


Ceiling -40 to 70°C
TS-6350C-E10 Pt100

TS-6360C-E10 Pt1000

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TS-6300 PLANT TEMPERATURE

ORDERING INFORMATION
OUTDOOR SENSOR GREY
CODES OUTPUT MOUNTING TYPE OPERATING RANGE
TS-6330E-050 2K2 NTC
TS-6340E-050 10K NTC
-40 to 70°C
TS-6350E-050 Pt100
Outdoor grey enclosure
TS-6360E-050 Pt1000
TS-6370E-051 -40 to 50°C
0...10 VDC
TS-6370E-052 -20 to 40°C

ACCESSORIES
CODES LENGHT (mm) MATERIAL MOUNTING THREAD PN
TS-6300W-E200 50 *
TS-6300W-D200 80
TS-6300W-F200 120
Brass/Copper R 1/2" PN16
TS-6300W-G200 150
TS-6300W-H200 200
TS-6300W-I200 260
TS-6300W-E300 50 *
TS-6300W-D300 80
TS-6300W-F300 120
R 1/2"
TS-6300W-G300 150
TS-6300W-H300 200
TS-6300W-I300 260
Stainless steel PN25
TS-6300W-E400 50 *
TS-6300W-D400 80
TS-6300W-F400 120
G 1/2"
TS-6300W-G400 150
TS-6300W-H400 200
TS-6300W-I400 260

TS-6300D-000 Duct flange kit


TS-6300W-900 Retrofitting thermowell adapter kit

Note
* for cable sensor only

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Bill of Materials (BOM)


Project :- Al Barsha 363
Supplied by CPM
Sr no. Device Description QTY
1 MS-NCE-2560 Controller Lot
2 MS-IOMXXXX-0
3 DDC Enclosure DDC 1
4 Header Temp Sensor with thermowell Immersion Temperature Sensor 4
Supplied by Others
1 Motorized Butterfly Valve + Actuator (ON/OFF)with Chiller Isolation Motorized Butterfly Valve with Actuator 2
Open/Close status
2 Diff. pressure switch Diff. pressure switch for primary pump flow status. Volt Free Contact 6

3 Differential Pressure Transmitter Index Differential Presuure Transmitter 1

4 Flowmeter-1 Directional Flowmeter for Chiller at Supply CHW Common 1


Header(Secondary line)
5 Flowmeter-2 Flowmeter at the Decoupler Line (Bi directional) 1
7

Chiller YVAA Standard


Registered Data Points
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JOHNSON CONTROLS

ISSUE DATE: 08/19/2019


FORM 201.28-NM1.1


YVAA YVFA YAGK Modbus RTU, BACnet MS/TP, N2 Data Map Board: 031-03478
Item Version York P/N Comments
1 Y.ACS.20.02 031-03476-010 New
2 Y.ACS.20.04, Y.ACS.20.05 031-03476-010 Updated
3 Y.ACS.20.06 - Y.ACS.20.09 031-03476-010 Updated
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Item BACnet Modbus


Modbus Modbus Data Type Engineering Units Point List Code: S = Standard O = Optional N = Not Available
Ref BACnet Name Object Scaling (See N2 Metasys
Address Supported
Num Instance Note 5) Imperial SI Point List Description 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

ANALOG WRITE POINTS


1 REM_SETP AV1 1026 03,06,16 Div 10 ADF 1 °F °C Remote Setpoint (Start cmd must be active to take effect) S S S
Remote Current Limit Setpoint (Start cmd must be active
2 DMD_LIMIT AV2 1027 03,06,16 Div 10 ADF 2 % FLA % FLA S S S
to take effect)
Remote Sound Limit (RSL option must be enabled or point
3 SND_LIMIT AV3 1028 03,06,16 Div 10 ADF 3 % % S S S
ignored)
4 SPARE AV1 AV4 1029 03,06,16 Div 10 ADF 4 None None Spare N N N
BINARY WRITE POINTS
5 START_STOP BV1 1538 01,03,05,06,15 N/A BD 1 0/1 0/1 Remote Start / Stop Command [0=Stop, 1=Run] S S S
6 SPARE_BV1 BV2 1539 01,03,05,06,15 N/A BD 2 0/1 0/1 Spare N N N
7 SPARE_BV2 BV3 1540 01,03,05,06,15 N/A BD 3 0/1 0/1 Spare N N N
8 SPARE_BV3 BV3 1541 01,03,05,06,15 N/A BD 3 0/1 0/1 Spare N N N
ANALOG READ ONLY POINTS
9 LCHLT AI1 514 03,04 x10 ADF 5 °F °C Leaving Chilled Liquid Temperature S S S
10 ECHLT AI2 515 03,04 x10 ADF 6 °F °C Entering Chilled Liquid Temperature S S S
11 EV_ELT AI3 516 03,04 x10 ADF 7 °F °C Evaporator Entering Liquid Temperature (Free Cooling) O O O
12 VSD_IA_TEMP AI4 517 03,04 x10 ADF 8 °F °C VSD Internal Ambient Temperature S S S
13 S1_COND_TEMP AI5 518 03,04 x10 ADF 9 °F °C Sys 1 Condenser Temperature S S S
14 S2_COND_TEMP AI6 519 03,04 x10 ADF 10 °F °C Sys 2 Condenser Temperature S S S
15 S1_DSCH_TEMP AI7 520 03,04 x10 ADF 11 °F °C Sys 1 Discharge Temperature S S S
16 S2_DSCH_TEMP AI8 521 03,04 x10 ADF 12 °F °C Sys 2 Discharge Temperature S S S
17 OAT AI9 522 03,04 x10 ADF 13 °F °C Ambient Air Temperature S S S
18 S1_EDT_TEMP AI10 523 03,04 x10 ADF 14 °F °C Sys 1 Eductor Temperature S O O
19 S2_EDT_TEMP AI11 524 03,04 x10 ADF 15 °F °C Sys 2 Eductor Temperature S O O
20 S1_OIL_PRESS AI12 525 03,04 x10 ADF 16 PSI BAR Sys 1 Oil Pressure S S S
21 S2_OIL_PRESS AI13 526 03,04 x10 ADF 17 PSI BAR Sys 2 Oil Pressure S S S
22 S1_SUCT_PRES AI14 527 03,04 x10 ADF 18 PSI BAR Sys 1 Suction Pressure S S S
23 S2_SUCT_PRES AI15 528 03,04 x10 ADF 19 PSI BAR Sys 2 Suction Pressure S S S
24 S1_DSCH_PRES AI16 529 03,04 x10 ADF 20 PSI BAR Sys 1 Discharge Pressure S S S
25 S2_DSCH_PRES AI17 530 03,04 x10 ADF 21 PSI BAR Sys 2 Discharge Pressure S S S
26 S1_MC_FLA AI18 531 03,04 x10 ADF 22 % % Sys 1 Motor Current FLA S S S
27 S2_MC_FLA AI19 532 03,04 x10 ADF 23 % % Sys 2 Motor Current FLA S S S

SECTION 7 - OPERATION
28 S1_OP_HRS AI20 533 03,04 x1 ADF 24 None None Sys 1 Operating Hours S S S
29 S2_OP_HRS AI21 534 03,04 x1 ADF 25 None None Sys 2 Operating Hours S S S
30 S1_COMP_ST AI22 535 03,04 x1 ADF 26 None None Sys 1 Compressor Starts S S S
31 S2_COMP_ST AI23 536 03,04 x1 ADF 27 None None Sys 2 Compressor Starts S S S
32 S1_HI_MTR_T AI24 537 03,04 x10 ADF 28 °F °C Sys 1 Highest Motor Temperature S S S
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YVAA YVFA YAGK Native Subject to change without notice. 1 of 5
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TABLE 13 - YVAA NATIVE COMMUNICATIONS DATA MAP (CONT'D)
Item BACnet Modbus
Modbus Modbus Data Type Engineering Units Point List Code: S = Standard O = Optional N = Not Available
Ref BACnet Name Object Scaling (See N2 Metasys
Address Supported
Num Instance Note 5) Imperial SI Point List Description 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
33 S2_HI_MTR_T AI25 538 03,04 x10 ADF 29 °F °C Sys 2 Highest Motor Temperature S S S
34 VSD_OUT_FR AI26 539 03,04 x10 ADF 30 Hz Hz VSD Output Frequency S S S
35 VSD_CMD_FR AI27 540 03,04 x10 ADF 31 Hz Hz VSD Command Frequency S S S
36 S1_COND_DR AI28 541 03,04 x10 ADF 32 % % Sys 1 Condenser Drain Valve % Open S S S
37 S2_COND_DR AI29 542 03,04 x10 ADF 33 % % Sys 2 Condenser Drain Valve % Open S S S
38 S1_OP_CODE AI30 543 03,04 x1 ADF 34 None None Sys 1 Operational Code S S S
39 S2_OP_CODE AI31 544 03,04 x1 ADF 35 None None Sys 2 Operational Code S S S
40 S1_FTL_CODE AI32 545 03,04 x1 ADF 36 None None Sys 1 Fault Code S S S
41 S2_FLT_CODE AI33 546 03,04 x1 ADF 37 None None Sys 2 Fault Code S S S
42 S1_FAN_STG AI34 547 03,04 x1 ADF 38 None None Sys 1 Condenser Fan Stage [0-14] S S S
43 S2_FAN_STG AI35 548 03,04 x1 ADF 39 None None Sys 2 Condenser Fan Stage [0-14] S S S
44 S1_FAN_SPD AI36 549 03,04 x10 ADF 40 % % Sys 1 Condenser Fan Speed (VSD) O O O
45 S2_FAN_SPD AI37 550 03,04 x10 ADF 41 % % Sys 2 Condenser Fan Speed (VSD) O O O
46 LEAD AI38 551 03,04 x1 ADF 42 None None Lead System S S S
47 LCHLT_SETP AI39 552 03,04 x10 ADF 43 °F °C Leaving Chilled Liquid Setpoint S S S
48 LCHLT_CUTOUT AI40 553 03,04 x10 ADF 44 °F °C Leaving Chilled Liquid Cutout S S S
49 S1_ECON_VLV AI41 554 03,04 x10 ADF 45 % % Sys 1 Economizer Valve % Open S S S
50 S2_ECON_VLV AI42 555 03,04 x10 ADF 46 % % Sys 2 Economizer Valve % Open S S S
51 SUCT_PRS_CUT AI43 556 03,04 x10 ADF 47 PSI BAR Suction Pressure Cutout S S S
VSD DC Bus Voltage (Unit)
52 VSD_DCB_VT AI44 557 03,04 x1 ADF 48 Volts Volts S S S
VSD DC Bus Voltage Sys 1 (Frame E/F)
53 VSD_DCB_VT2 AI45 558 03,04 x1 ADF 49 Volts Volts VSD DC Bus Voltage Sys 2 (Frame E/F) O O O
54 REM_SETPOINT AI46 559 03,04 x10 ADF 50 °F °C Remote Leaving Chilled Liquid Setpoint S S S
55 S1_SUBCOOL AI47 560 03,04 x10 ADF 51 °F (diff) °C (diff) Sys 1 Subcooling (Microchannel) O O O
56 S1_EVAP_LL AI48 561 03,04 x10 ADF 52 % % Sys 1 Evaporator Liquid Level (Round Tube) S S S
57 S2_SUBCOOL AI49 562 03,04 x10 ADF 53 °F (diff) °C (diff) Sys 2 Subcooling (Microchannel) O O O
58 S2_EVAP_LL AI50 563 03,04 x10 ADF 54 % % Sys 2 Evaporator Liquid Level (Round Tube) S S S
59 COOLING_RNG AI51 564 03,04 x10 ADF 55 °F °C Cooling Range S S S
60 S1_DSC_SHEAT AI52 565 03,04 x10 ADF 56 °F (diff) °C (diff) Sys 1 Discharge Superheat S S S
61 S2_DSC_SHEAT AI53 566 03,04 x10 ADF 57 °F (diff) °C (diff) Sys 2 Discharge Superheat S S S
Sys 1 System State [0=Stopped, 1=Running, 2=Faulted,
62 S1_SYS_STATE AI54 567 03,04 x1 ADF 58 None None S S S
4=Locked Out, 5=Pre-Run
Sys 2 System State [0=Stopped, 1=Running, 2=Faulted,
63 S2_SYS_STATE AI55 568 03,04 x1 ADF 59 None None S S S
4=Locked Out, 5=Pre-Run
64 S1_MTR_OVER AI56 569 03,04 x1 ADF 60 Amps Amps Sys 1 Motor Current Overload Setting S S S
65 S2_MTR_OVER AI57 570 03,04 x1 ADF 61 Amps Amps Sys 2 Motor Current Overload Setting S S S
66 FAN_TYPE AI58 571 03,04 x1 ADF 62 None None Condenser Fan Control Type [1-4] S S S
Free Cooling Mode [0=Mech, 1=Free Cool, 2=Hybrid] (Free
67 FC_MODE AI59 572 03,04 x1 ADF 63 None None O O O
Cooling)
Free Cooling Control Programmed [0=Disabled, 1=Open
68 FC_CTRL AI60 573 03,04 x1 ADF 64 % % N O O
Loop, 2=Closed Loop] (Free Cooling)
69 CC_BYP_VALVE AI61 574 03,04 x10 ADF 65 % % Cooling Coil Bypass Valve (Free Cooling Closed Loop) N O O
70 CC_VALVE AI62 575 03,04 x10 ADF 66 % % Cooling Coil Valve (Free Cooling Closed Loop) N O O
71 CC_TEMP AI63 576 03,04 x10 ADF 67 °F °C Cooling Coil Temperature (Free Cooling Closed Loop) N O O
Heat Exchanger Leaving Temperature (Free Cooling
72 HX_LEAVE_TEMP AI64 577 03,04 x10 ADF 68 °F °C N O O
Closed Loop)
Heat Exchanger Entering Temperature (Free Cooling

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73 HX_ENTER_TEMP AI65 578 03,04 x10 ADF 69 °F °C N O O
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Item BACnet Modbus
Modbus Modbus Data Type Engineering Units Point List Code: S = Standard O = Optional N = Not Available
Ref BACnet Name Object Scaling (See N2 Metasys
Address Supported
Num Instance Note 5) Imperial SI Point List Description 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
74 GLY_PMP_SPD AI66 579 03,04 x10 ADF 70 % % Glycol Pump Speed (Free Cooling Closed Loop) N O O
75 1_SUCT_TEMP AI67 580 03,04 x10 ADF 71 °F °C Sys 1 Suction Temperature (YAGK) N O O
76 1_SAT_SUCT AI68 581 03,04 x10 ADF 72 °F °C Sys 1 Sat Suction Temperature (YAGK) N O O
77 1_SUCT_SHEAT AI69 582 03,04 x10 ADF 73 °F (diff) °C (diff) Sys 1 Suction Superheat (YAGK) N O O
78 1_FTDV_CMD AI70 583 03,04 x10 ADF 74 % % Sys 1 Flash Tank Drain Valve % (YAGK) N O O
79 2_SUCT_TEMP AI71 584 03,04 x10 ADF 75 °F °C Sys 2 Suction Temperature (YAGK) N O O
80 2_SAT_SUCT AI72 585 03,04 x10 ADF 76 °F °C Sys 2 Sat Suction Temperature (YAGK) N O O
81 2_SUCT_SHEAT AI73 586 03,04 x10 ADF 77 °F (diff) °C (diff) Sys 2 Suction Superheat (YAGK) N O O
82 2_FTDV_CMD AI74 587 03,04 x10 ADF 78 % % Sys 2 Flash Tank Drain Valve % (YAGK) N O O
83 INPUT_CURR AI75 588 03,04 x10 ADF 79 Amps Amps Unit Input Current Amps N S S
84 1_FAN_KW AI76 589 03,04 x10 ADF 80 None None Sys 1 Fan Kw N N S
85 1_COMP_KW AI77 590 03,04 x10 ADF 81 None None Sys 1 Compressor Kw N N S
86 2_FAN_KW AI78 591 03,04 x10 ADF 82 None None Sys 2 Fan Kw N N S
87 2_COMP_KW AI79 592 03,04 x10 ADF 83 None None Sys 2 Compressor Kw N N S
BINARY READ ONLY POINTS
84 CH_ALARM BI1 1282 01,02,03 N/A BD5 0/1 0/1 Chiller Alarm [0=No Alarm, 1=Alarm] S S S
85 CH_RUN BI2 1283 01,02,03 N/A BD6 0/1 0/1 Chiller Run [0=No Run, 1=Run] S S S
86 EVAP_HEATER BI3 1284 01,02,03 N/A BD7 0/1 0/1 Evaporator Heater Status S S S
87 EVAP_PUMP BI4 1285 01,02,03 N/A BD8 0/1 0/1 Evaporator Pump Status S S S
88 S1_COMP_RUN BI5 1286 01,02,03 N/A BD9 0/1 0/1 Sys 1 Compressor Run Status S S S
89 S2_COMP_RUN BI6 1287 01,02,03 N/A BD10 0/1 0/1 Sys 2 Compressor Run Status S S S
90 S1_VI_STEP1 BI7 1288 01,02,03 N/A BD11 0/1 0/1 Sys 1 VI Step Solenoid Valve 1 Status S S S
91 S2_VI_STEP1 BI8 1289 01,02,03 N/A BD12 0/1 0/1 Sys 2 VI Step Solenoid Valve 1 Status S S S
92 S1_VI_STEP2 BI9 1290 01,02,03 N/A BD13 0/1 0/1 Sys 1 VI Step Solenoid Valve 2 Status S S S
93 S2_VI_STEP2 BI10 1291 01,02,03 N/A BD14 0/1 0/1 Sys 2 VI Step Solenoid Valve 2 Status S S S
94 WATER_GLYCOL BI11 1292 01,02,03 N/A BD15 0/1 0/1 Cooling Type [0=Water, 1=Glycol] S S S
95 LOCAL_REMOTE BI12 1293 01,02,03 N/A BD16 0/1 0/1 Local Remote Control Mode [0=Local, 1=Remote] S S S
96 DISP_UNITS BI13 1294 01,02,03 N/A BD17 0/1 0/1 Display Units [0=Imperial, 1=SI] S S S
97 S1_LOCKOUT BI14 1295 01,02,03 N/A BD18 0/1 0/1 Sys 1 Lockout S S S
98 S2_LOCKOUT BI15 1296 01,02,03 N/A BD19 0/1 0/1 Sys 2 Lockout S S S
99 FC_VALVE BI16 1297 01,02,03 N/A BD20 0/1 0/1 Free Cooling Valve [0=Off, 1=On] (Free Cooling) S S S
100 SOFT_SHUT BI17 1298 01,02,03 N/A BD21 0/1 0/1 Soft Shutdown [0=Disabled, 1=Enabled] S S S
101 REM_EVAP BI18 1299 01,02,03 N/A BD22 0/1 0/1 Remote Evaporator [0=Disabled, 1=Enabled] S S S
102 QUICK_ST BI19 1300 01,02,03 N/A BD23 0/1 0/1 Quick Start [0=Disabled, 1=Enabled] S S S
103 FRAME_EF BI20 1301 01,02,03 N/A BD24 0/1 0/1 Frame E/F [0=Disabled, 1=Enabled] S S S
104 SOUND_OP BI21 1302 01,02,03 N/A BD25 0/1 0/1 Sound Limit Option [0=Disabled, 1=Enabled] S S S
Glycol Pump Run [0=Off, 1=On] (Free Cooling Closed
105 GLY_PMP_RUN BI22 1303 01,02,03 N/A BD26 0/1 0/1 O O O
Loop)
106 GLY_HEATER BI23 1304 01,02,03 N/A BD27 0/1 0/1 Glycol Heater [0=Off, 1=On] (Free Cooling Closed Loop) O O O

NOTES
1 Units have Native BACnet MS/TP, Modbus RTU, and N2 communications. No external Gateway is required for these interfaces unless the customer is using Connected Services.
2 BACnet Object Types: 0 = Analog In, 1 = Analog Out, 2 = Analog Value, 3 = Binary In, 4 = Binary Out, 8 = Device, 15 = Alarm Notification (0-127 are reserved ASHRAE Objects)
3 WC = Inches of water Column, CFM = Cubic Feet per Minute, FPM = Feet Per Minute, PSI = Pounds per Square Inch, Pa = Pascals, kPa = kiloPascals, PPM = Parts Per Million, kJ/kg = kiloJoules per kilogram
4 Values that are not applicable due to unit configuration and options will be sent as zero (0).
5 Modbus values are all of type signed. Scaling values in x10 (Bold) indicate scaling in metric is x100. Scaling and signing may not be modified in the field.

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Code Value Operational Code Code Value Fault/Inhibit Code
63 Manual Override 0 No Fault Code
64 Daily Schedule Shutdown 1 Low Ambient Temperature
65 Unit Switch OFF 2 High Ambient Temperature
66 Remote Controlled Shutdown 3 Low Chilled Liquid Temperature
67 4 VSD Initialization Failure
68 Flow Switch Shutdown 5 Low RTC Battery Voltage
69 VSD Cooling Shutdown 6 Invalid Number of Compressors Selected
70 Serial Number Shutdown 7 VSD Communications Failure
71 8 Pre-charge Low DC Bus Voltage (Unit)
72 Discharge Superheat Recovery 9 Pre-charge DC Bus Voltage Imbalance (Unit)
73 10 High DC Bus Voltage (Unit)
74 No Run Permissive 11 Low DC Bus Voltage (Unit)
75 Anti-Recycle Timer Active 12 DC Bus Voltage Imbalance (Unit)
76 System Switch OFF 13 High VSD Ambient Temperature
77 System Not Running 14 Single Phase Input (Unit)
78 System Running 15 VSD Power Supply Fault
79 Discharge Pressure Limiting 16 VSD Logic Board Fault
80 Suction Pressure Limiting 17 Motor Current Overload (Hardware)
81 Motor Current Limiting 18 CT Plug Fault
82 Free Cooling 19
83 ISN/BAS Motor Current Limiting 20
84 Remote Motor Current Limiting 21
85 System Shutting Down 22
86 VSD Pre-Charging 23
87 VSD Baseplate Temp Limiting 24
88 VSD Internal Ambient Temp Limiting 25
89 Sound Limiting 26
90 ISN Sound Limiting 27 High Discharge Pressure (Software)
91 Remote Sound Limiting 28 High Differential Oil Pressure
92 Pulldown Motor Current Limiting 29 Low Differential Oil Pressure
93 Cooling Demand Shutdown 30 Low Suction Pressure
94 Input Current Limiting 31 High Discharge Temperature
95 ISN Input Current Limiting 32
96 Remote Input Current Limiting 33 Eductor Clog Fault
97 Pulldown Input Current Limiting 34 Sensor Failure
98 35 Low Motor Current
99 36 High Motor Temperature
37 Pre-charge Low DC Bus Voltage (System, Frame E/F)
38 Pre-charge DC Bus Voltage Imbalance (System, Frame E/F)
39 High DC Bus Voltage (System, Frame E/F)
40 Low DC Bus Voltage (System, Frame E/F)
41 DC Bus Voltage Imbalance (System, Frame E/F)
42 High Motor Current
43 Motor Current Overload (Software)
44 IGBT Gate Driver Fault
45 High Baseplate Temperature
46 Single Phase Input (System, Frame E/F)
47 VSD Run Signal Fault

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49 Low Suction Superheat
50 Control Voltage Fault
51 Low Discharge Superheat
52 Low Suction Pressure Smart Freeze
53 Isolation Valve Failed to Close Warning
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York Talk 2 (eLink) Board: 031-02478, 031-03478


Item Version York P/N Baud Comments
C.ACS.20.03, C.ACS.23.03, C.ACS.21.03, 031-02476-010, -
1 4800 New
C.ACS.27.03 013, -301, -331
Y.ACS.20.01, Y.ACS.23.01, Y.ACS.21.01, 031-03476-010, -
2 4800 New
Y.ACS.27.01 013, -301, -331
3 Y.ACS.20.02 031-03476-010 4800 Update
4 Y.ACS.20.04 031-03476-010 4800 Update
5 Y.ACS.20.05 031-03476-010 4800 Update
6 Y.ACS.20.06 - Y.ACS.20.09 031-03476-010 4800 Update
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Eng BACnet Engineering


BACnet Object LON Profile N2 Modbus Point List Code: S = Standard O = Optional N = Not Available
Page Object LON SNVT Type Units
Name Name Metasys
Ref Typ/Ins Address Scale Imperial SI Point List Description 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
P03 AV1 YT2_ S01_ P03 nviYTS01p003 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 1 0001 Div 10 °F °C Remote Setpoint S S S S S S
P04 AV2 YT2_ S01_ P04 nviYTS01p004 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 2 0002 Div 10 % % Remote Current Limit Setpoint S S S S S S
P05 AV3 YT2_ S01_ P05 nviYTS01p005 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 3 0003 Div 10 % % Remote Sound Limit S S S S S S
P06 AV4 YT2_ S01_ P06 nviYTS01p006 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 4 0004 Div 10 N N N N N N
P07 BV1 YT2_ S01_ P07 nviYTS01p007 SNVT_switch (95) BD 1 0061 N/A 0/1 0/1 Remote Start/Stop Command [0=Stop, 1=Run] S S S S S S
P08 BV2 YT2_ S01_ P08 nviYTS01p008 SNVT_switch (95) BD 2 0062 N/A N N N N N N
P09 BV3 YT2_ S01_ P09 nviYTS01p009 SNVT_switch (95) BD 3 0063 N/A N N N N N N
P10 BV4 YT2_ S01_ P10 nviYTS01p010 SNVT_switch (95) BD 4 0064 N/A 0/1 0/1 History Buffer 1 Request [0=Live Data, 1=History 1 Data] S S S S S S
P11 AV5 YT2_ S01_ P11 nvoYTS01p011 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 5 0005 x10 °F °C Leaving Chilled Liquid Temp S S S S S S
P12 AV6 YT2_ S01_ P12 nvoYTS01p012 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 6 0006 x10 °F °C Entering Chilled Liquid Temp S S S S S S
P13 AV7 YT2_ S01_ P13 nvoYTS01p013 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 7 0007 x10 °F °C VSD Internal Ambient Temp S S S S S S
P14 AV8 YT2_ S01_ P14 nvoYTS01p014 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 8 0008 x10 °F °C Sys 1 Condenser Temperature S S S S S S
P15 AV9 YT2_ S01_ P15 nvoYTS01p015 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 9 0009 x10 °F °C Sys 1 Discharge Temperature S S S S S S
P16 AV10 YT2_ S01_ P16 nvoYTS01p016 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 10 0010 x10 °F °C Outside Ambient Air Temperature S S S S S S
P17 AV11 YT2_ S01_ P17 nvoYTS01p017 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 11 0011 x10 °F °C Sys 1 Eductor Temperature (Aggreko disabled) S S S O O O
P18 AV12 YT2_ S01_ P18 nvoYTS01p018 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 12 0012 x10 PSI BAR Sys 1 Oil Pressure S S S S S S
P19 AV13 YT2_ S01_ P19 nvoYTS01p019 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 13 0013 x10 PSI BAR Sys 1 Suction Pressure S S S S S S
P20 AV14 YT2_ S01_ P20 nvoYTS01p020 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 14 0014 x10 PSI BAR Sys 1 Discharge Pressure S S S S S S
P21 AV15 YT2_ S01_ P21 nvoYTS01p021 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 15 0015 x10 % % Sys 1 Compressor % Full Load Amps S S S S S S
P22 AV16 YT2_ S01_ P22 nvoYTS01p022 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 16 0016 x1 None None Sys 1 Total Run Hours S S S S S S
P23 AV17 YT2_ S01_ P23 nvoYTS01p023 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 17 0017 x1 None None Sys 1 Total Number of Starts S S S S S S
P24 AV18 YT2_ S01_ P24 nvoYTS01p024 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 18 0018 x10 °F °C Sys 1 Highest Motor Temp S S S S S S
P25 AV19 YT2_ S01_ P25 nvoYTS01p025 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 19 0019 x10 °F °C Sys 2 Highest Motor Temp S S S S S S
P26 AV20 YT2_ S01_ P26 nvoYTS01p026 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 20 0020 x10 °F °C Sys 2 Eductor Temperature (Aggreko disabled) S S S O O O

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P27 AV21 YT2_ S01_ P27 nvoYTS01p027 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 21 0021 x10 PSI BAR Sys 2 Oil Pressure S S S S S S
P28 AV22 YT2_ S01_ P28 nvoYTS01p028 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 22 0022 x10 PSI BAR Sys 2 Suction Pressure S S S S S S
P29 AV23 YT2_ S01_ P29 nvoYTS01p029 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 23 0023 x10 PSI BAR Sys 2 Discharge Pressure S S S S S S
P30 AV24 YT2_ S01_ P30 nvoYTS01p030 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 24 0024 x10 % % Sys 2 Compressor % Full Load Amps S S S S S S
P31 AV25 YT2_ S01_ P31 nvoYTS01p031 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 25 0025 x1 None None Sys 2 Total Run Hours S S S S S S
P32 AV26 YT2_ S01_ P32 nvoYTS01p032 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 26 0026 x1 None None Sys 2 Total Number of Starts S S S S S S
P33 AV27 YT2_ S01_ P33 nvoYTS01p033 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 27 0027 x1 Hz Hz VSD Output Frequency S S S S S S
P34 AV28 YT2_ S01_ P34 nvoYTS01p034 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 28 0028 x10 % % Sys 1 Condenser Drain Valve % Open S S S S S S

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Eng ASCII Engineering
York Talk Point LON Profile N2 Modbus Point List Code: S = Standard O = Optional N = Not Available
Page Page LON SNVT Type Units
Type Name Metasys
Ref Ref Address Scale Imperial SI Point List Description 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
P35 AV29 YT2_ S01_ P35 nvoYTS01p035 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF29 0029 x10 % % Sys 2 Condenser Drain Valve % Open S S S S S S
P36 BV5 YT2_ S01_ P36 nvoYTS01p036 SNVT_switch (95) BD 5 0065 N/A 0/1 0/1 Chiller Run S S S S S S
P37 BV6 YT2_ S01_ P37 nvoYTS01p037 SNVT_switch (95) BD 6 0066 N/A 0/1 0/1 Chiller Alarm [0=No Alarm, 1=Alarm] S S S S S S
P38 BV7 YT2_ S01_ P38 nvoYTS01p038 SNVT_switch (95) BD 7 0067 N/A 0/1 0/1 Evaporator Heater Status S S S S S S
P39 BV8 YT2_ S01_ P39 nvoYTS01p039 SNVT_switch (95) BD 8 0068 N/A 0/1 0/1 Evaporator Pump Status S S S S S S
P40 BV9 YT2_ S01_ P40 nvoYTS01p040 SNVT_switch (95) BD 9 0069 N/A 0/1 0/1 Sys 1 Compressor Run Status S S S S S S
P41 BV10 YT2_ S01_ P41 nvoYTS01p041 SNVT_switch (95) BD 10 0070 N/A 0/1 0/1 Sys 2 Compressor Run Status S S S S S S
P42 BV11 YT2_ S01_ P42 nvoYTS01p042 SNVT_switch (95) BD 11 0071 N/A 0/1 0/1 Sys 1 VI Step Solenoid Valve 1 Status S S S S S S
P43 BV12 YT2_ S01_ P43 nvoYTS01p043 SNVT_switch (95) BD 12 0072 N/A 0/1 0/1 Sys 2 VI Step Solenoid Valve 1 Status S S S S S S
P44 BV13 YT2_ S01_ P44 nvoYTS01p044 SNVT_switch (95) BD 13 0073 N/A 0/1 0/1 Sys 1 VI Step Solenoid Valve 2 Status S S S S S S
P45 BV14 YT2_ S01_ P45 nvoYTS01p045 SNVT_switch (95) BD 14 0074 N/A 0/1 0/1 Sys 2 VI Step Solenoid Valve 2 Status S S S S S S
P46 BV15 YT2_ S01_ P46 nvoYTS01p046 SNVT_switch (95) BD 15 0075 N N N N N N
P47 BV16 YT2_ S01_ P47 nvoYTS01p047 SNVT_switch (95) BD 16 0076 N N N N N N
P48 BV17 YT2_ S01_ P48 nvoYTS01p048 SNVT_switch (95) BD 17 0077 N N N N N N
P49 BV18 YT2_ S01_ P49 nvoYTS01p049 SNVT_switch (95) BD 18 0078 N N N N N N
P50 BV19 YT2_ S01_ P50 nvoYTS01p050 SNVT_switch (95) BD 19 0079 N/A 0/1 0/1 Cooling Type [0=Water, 1=Glycol] S S S S S S
P51 BV20 YT2_ S01_ P51 nvoYTS01p051 SNVT_switch (95) BD 20 0080 N/A 0/1 0/1 Local Remote Control Mode [0=Local, 1=Remote] S S S S S S
P52 BV21 YT2_ S01_ P52 nvoYTS01p052 SNVT_switch (95) BD 21 0081 N/A 0/1 0/1 Display Units [0=Imperial, 1=SI] S S S S S S
P53 BV22 YT2_ S01_ P53 nvoYTS01p053 SNVT_switch (95) BD 22 0082 N N N N N N
P54 BV23 YT2_ S01_ P54 nvoYTS01p054 SNVT_switch (95) BD 23 0083 N N N N N N
P55 BV24 YT2_ S01_ P55 nvoYTS01p055 SNVT_switch (95) BD 24 0084 N N N N N N
P56 MV1 YT2_ S01_ P56 nvoYTS01p056 SNVT_count_f (51) ADI 1 0030 x1 None None Sys 1 Operational Code S S S S S S
P57 MV2 YT2_ S01_ P57 nvoYTS01p057 SNVT_count_f (51) ADI 2 0031 x1 None None Sys 1 Fault Code S S S S S S
P58 MV3 YT2_ S01_ P58 nvoYTS01p058 SNVT_count_f (51) ADI 3 0032 x1 None None Sys 2 Operational Code S S S S S S
P59 MV4 YT2_ S01_ P59 nvoYTS01p059 SNVT_count_f (51) ADI 4 0033 x1 None None Sys 1 Fault Code S S S S S S
P60 MV5 YT2_ S01_ P60 nvoYTS01p060 SNVT_count_f (51) ADI 5 0034 x1 None None Sys 1 Condenser Fan Stage [0-14] S S S S S S
P61 MV6 YT2_ S01_ P61 nvoYTS01p061 SNVT_count_f (51) ADI 6 0035 x1 None None Sys 1 Condenser Fan Speed [VSD] O O O O O O
P62 MV7 YT2_ S01_ P62 nvoYTS01p062 SNVT_count_f (51) ADI 7 0036 x1 None None Sys 2 Condenser Fan Stage [0-14] S S S S S S
P63 MV8 YT2_ S01_ P63 nvoYTS01p063 SNVT_count_f (51) ADI 8 0037 x1 None None Sys 2 Condenser Fan Speed [VSD] O O O O O O
P64 MV9 YT2_ S01_ P64 nvoYTS01p064 SNVT_count_f (51) ADI 9 0038 x1 None None Lead System Number S S S S S S
P65 MV10 YT2_ S01_ P65 nvoYTS01p065 SNVT_count_f (51) ADI 10 0039 N N N N N N
P66 AV30 YT2_ S01_ P66 nvoYTS01p066 SNVT_count_f (51) ADI 11 0040 x10 °F °C Local Leaving Chilled Liquid Setpoint S S S S S S
P67 AV31 YT2_ S01_ P67 nvoYTS01p067 SNVT_count_f (51) ADI 12 0041 x10 °F °C Low Leaving Chilled Liquid Temp Cutout S S S S S S
P68 AV32 YT2_ S01_ P68 nvoYTS01p068 SNVT_count_f (51) ADI 13 0042 x10 % % Sys 1 Economizer Valve % Open S S S S S S
P69 AV33 YT2_ S01_ P69 nvoYTS01p069 SNVT_count_f (51) ADI 14 0043 x10 % % Sys 2 Economizer Valve % Open S S S S S S
P70 AV34 YT2_ S01_ P70 nvoYTS01p070 SNVT_count_f (51) ADI 15 0044 x10 PSI BAR Low Suction Pressure Cutout S S S S S S
P71 AV35 YT2_ S01_ P71 nvoYTS01p071 SNVT_count_f (51) ADI 16 0045 x10 Volts Volts VSD DC Bus Voltage S S S S S S
P72 AV36 YT2_ S01_ P72 nvoYTS01p072 SNVT_count_f (51) ADI 17 0046 x10 °F °C Remote Leaving Chilled Liquid Setpoint S S S S S S
°F (diff) °C (diff) Sys 1 Subcooling (Microchannel)
P73 AV37 YT2_ S01_ P73 nvoYTS01p073 SNVT_count_f (51) ADI 18 0047 x10 S S S S S S
% % Sys 1 Condenser Level (Round Tube)
P74 AV38 YT2_ S01_ P74 nvoYTS01p074 SNVT_count_f (51) ADI 19 0048 x10 °F °C Cooling Range S S S S S S
P75 AV39 YT2_ S01_ P75 nvoYTS01p075 SNVT_count_f (51) ADI 20 0049 x10 °F (diff) °C (diff) Sys 1 Discharge Superheat S S S S S S
P76 AV40 YT2_ S01_ P76 nvoYTS01p076 SNVT_count_f (51) ADI 21 0050 x10 °F °C Sys 2 Condenser Temperature S S S S S S
P77 AV41 YT2_ S01_ P77 nvoYTS01p077 SNVT_count_f (51) ADI 22 0051 x10 °F °C Sys 2 Discharge Temperature S S S S S S

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P79 AV43 YT2_ S01_ P79 nvoYTS01p079 SNVT_count_f (51) ADI 24 0053 x10 °F (diff) °C (diff) Sys 2 Discharge Superheat S S S S S S
P80 BV25 YT2_ S01_ P80 nvoYTS01p080 SNVT_switch (95) BD 25 0085 N/A 0/1 0/1 Sys 1 Lockout S S S S S S
P81 BV26 YT2_ S01_ P81 nvoYTS01p081 SNVT_switch (95) BD 26 0086 N/A 0/1 0/1 Sys 2 Lockout S S S S S S
P82 BV27 YT2_ S01_ P82 nvoYTS01p082 SNVT_switch (95) BD 27 0087 N N N N N N
P83 BV28 YT2_ S01_ P83 nvoYTS01p083 SNVT_switch (95) BD 28 0088 N N N N N N
P84 BV29 YT2_ S01_ P84 nvoYTS01p084 SNVT_switch (95) BD 29 0089 N/A 0/1 0/1 SCC Auto Detect Available N N S S S S

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BACnet Object LON Profile N2 Modbus Point List Code: S = Standard O = Optional N = Not Available
Page Object LON SNVT Type Units
Name Name Metasys
Ref Typ/Ins Address Scale Imperial SI Point List Description 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
P03 AV101 YT2_ S02_ P03 nviYTS02p003 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 44 0101 N N N N N N
P04 AV102 YT2_ S02_ P04 nviYTS02p004 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 45 0102 N N N N N N
P05 AV103 YT2_ S02_ P05 nviYTS02p005 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 46 0103 N N N N N N
P06 AV104 YT2_ S02_ P06 nviYTS02p006 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 47 0104 N N N N N N
P07 BV101 YT2_ S02_ P07 nviYTS02p007 SNVT_switch (95) BD 30 0161 N N N N N N
P08 BV102 YT2_ S02_ P08 nviYTS02p008 SNVT_switch (95) BD 31 0162 N N N N N N
P09 BV103 YT2_ S02_ P09 nviYTS02p009 SNVT_switch (95) BD 32 0163 N N N N N N
P10 BV104 YT2_ S02_ P10 nviYTS02p010 SNVT_switch (95) BD 33 0164 N N N N N N
P11 AV105 YT2_ S02_ P11 nvoYTS02p011 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 48 0105 x10 °F °C Evaporator Entering Liquid Temp (Free Cooling) N N O O O O
°F °C Cooling Coil Temperature (Free Cooling Closed Loop)
P12 AV106 YT2_ S02_ P12 nvoYTS02p012 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 49 0106 x10 N N N O O O
None None Unit Input Current
P13 AV107 YT2_ S02_ P13 nvoYTS02p013 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 50 0107 x10 °F °C Heat Exchanger Leaving Temp (Free Cooling Closed Loop) N N N O O O
P14 AV108 YT2_ S02_ P14 nvoYTS02p014 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 51 0108 x10 °F °C Heat Exchanger Entering Temp (Free Cooling Closed Loop) N N N O O O
P15 AV109 YT2_ S02_ P15 nvoYTS02p015 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 52 0109 x10 % % Glycol Pump Speed (Free Cooling Closed Loop) N N N O O O
P16 AV110 YT2_ S02_ P16 nvoYTS02p016 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 53 0110 x10 % % Cooling Coil Valve (Free Cooling Closed Loop) N N N O O O
P17 AV111 YT2_ S02_ P17 nvoYTS02p017 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 54 0111 x10 % % Cooling Coil Bypass Valve (Free Cooling Closed Loop) N N N O O O
P18 AV112 YT2_ S02_ P18 nvoYTS02p018 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 55 0112 x10 °F °C Sys 1 Suction Temperature (Aggreko) N N N O O O
P19 AV113 YT2_ S02_ P19 nvoYTS02p019 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 56 0113 x10 °F °C Sys 1 Sat Suction Temperature (Aggreko) N N N O O O
P20 AV114 YT2_ S02_ P20 nvoYTS02p020 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 57 0114 x10 °F (diff) °C (diff) Sys 1 Suction Superheat (Aggreko) N N N O O O
P21 AV115 YT2_ S02_ P21 nvoYTS02p021 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 58 0115 x10 % % Sys 1 Flash Trank Drain Valve % (Aggreko) N N N O O O
P22 AV116 YT2_ S02_ P22 nvoYTS02p022 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 59 0116 x10 °F °C Sys 2 Suction Temperature (Aggreko) N N N O O O
P23 AV117 YT2_ S02_ P23 nvoYTS02p023 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 60 0117 x10 °F °C Sys 2 Sat Suction Temperature (Aggreko) N N N O O O
P24 AV118 YT2_ S02_ P24 nvoYTS02p024 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 61 0118 x10 °F (diff) °C (diff) Sys 2 Suction Superheat (Aggreko) N N N O O O
P25 AV119 YT2_ S02_ P25 nvoYTS02p025 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 62 0119 x10 % % Sys 2 Flash Trank Drain Valve % (Aggreko) N N N O O O
P26 AV120 YT2_ S02_ P26 nvoYTS02p026 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 63 0120 N N N N N N
P27 AV121 YT2_ S02_ P27 nvoYTS02p027 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 64 0121 N N N N N N
P28 AV122 YT2_ S02_ P28 nvoYTS02p028 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 65 0122 N N N N N N
P29 AV123 YT2_ S02_ P29 nvoYTS02p029 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 66 0123 N N N N N N
P30 AV124 YT2_ S02_ P30 nvoYTS02p030 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 67 0124 N N N N N N
P31 AV125 YT2_ S02_ P31 nvoYTS02p031 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 68 0125 N N N N N N
P32 AV126 YT2_ S02_ P32 nvoYTS02p032 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 69 0126 N N N N N N
P33 AV127 YT2_ S02_ P33 nvoYTS02p033 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 70 0127 x1 Hz Hz VSD Command Frequency N N S S S S
P34 AV128 YT2_ S02_ P34 nvoYTS02p034 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 71 0128 N N N N N N
P35 AV129 YT2_ S02_ P35 nvoYTS02p035 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 72 0129 N N N N N N
P36 BV105 YT2_ S02_ P36 nvoYTS02p036 SNVT_switch (95) BD 34 0165 N/A 0/1 0/1 Option Indicator [0=Disabled, 1=Enabled] N N S S S S
P37 BV106 YT2_ S02_ P37 nvoYTS02p037 SNVT_switch (95) BD 35 0166 N/A 0/1 0/1 Free Cooling Valve, if FC OL [0=Off, 1=On] N N O O O O
P38 BV107 YT2_ S02_ P38 nvoYTS02p038 SNVT_switch (95) BD 36 0167 N/A 0/1 0/1 Soft Shutdown [0=Disabled, 1=Enabled] N N O O O O
P39 BV108 YT2_ S02_ P39 nvoYTS02p039 SNVT_switch (95) BD 37 0168 N/A 0/1 0/1 Remote Evaporator [0=Disabled, 1=Enabled] N N O O O O
P40 BV109 YT2_ S02_ P40 nvoYTS02p040 SNVT_switch (95) BD 38 0169 N/A 0/1 0/1 Quick Start [0=Disabled, 1=Enabled] N N O O O O
P41 BV110 YT2_ S02_ P41 nvoYTS02p041 SNVT_switch (95) BD 39 0170 N N N N N N
P42 BV111 YT2_ S02_ P42 nvoYTS02p042 SNVT_switch (95) BD 40 0171 N/A 0/1 0/1 Glycol Pump Run, if FC CL [0=Off, 1=On] N N N O O O
P43 BV112 YT2_ S02_ P43 nvoYTS02p043 SNVT_switch (95) BD 41 0172 N/A 0/1 0/1 Glycol Heater, if FC CL [0=Off, 1=On] N N N O O O

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P44 BV113 YT2_ S02_ P44 nvoYTS02p044 SNVT_switch (95) BD 42 0173 N N N N N N
P45 BV114 YT2_ S02_ P45 nvoYTS02p045 SNVT_switch (95) BD 43 0174 N N N N N N
P46 BV115 YT2_ S02_ P46 nvoYTS02p046 SNVT_switch (95) BD 44 0175 N N N N N N
P47 BV116 YT2_ S02_ P47 nvoYTS02p047 SNVT_switch (95) BD 45 0176 N N N N N N
P48 BV117 YT2_ S02_ P48 nvoYTS02p048 SNVT_switch (95) BD 46 0177 N/A 0/1 0/1 Frame E/F [0=Disabled, 1= Enabled] N N S S S S
P49 BV118 YT2_ S02_ P49 nvoYTS02p049 SNVT_switch (95) BD 47 0178 N/A 0/1 0/1 Sound Limit Option [0=Disabled, 1=Enabled] N N S S S S
P50 BV119 YT2_ S02_ P50 nvoYTS02p050 SNVT_switch (95) BD 48 0179 N/A 0/1 0/1 SCC Auto Detect Digit 1 N N S S S S
P51 BV120 YT2_ S02_ P51 nvoYTS02p051 SNVT_switch (95) BD 49 0180 N/A 0/1 0/1 SCC Auto Detect Digit 2 N N S S S S
P52 BV121 YT2_ S02_ P52 nvoYTS02p052 SNVT_switch (95) BD 50 0181 N/A 0/1 0/1 SCC Auto Detect Digit 3 N N S S S S
P53 BV122 YT2_ S02_ P53 nvoYTS02p053 SNVT_switch (95) BD 51 0182 N/A 0/1 0/1 SCC Auto Detect Digit 4 N N S S S S
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Eng ASCII Engineering
York Talk Point LON Profile N2 Modbus Point List Code: S = Standard O = Optional N = Not Available
Page Page LON SNVT Type Units
Type Name Metasys
Ref Ref Address Scale Imperial SI Point List Description 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
P54 BV123 YT2_ S02_ P54 nvoYTS02p054 SNVT_switch (95) BD 52 0183 N/A 0/1 0/1 SCC Auto Detect Digit 5 N N S S S S
P55 BV124 YT2_ S02_ P55 nvoYTS02p055 SNVT_switch (95) BD 53 0184 N/A 0/1 0/1 SCC Auto Detect Digit 6 N N S S S S
YT2_ S02_ P56 Condenser Fan Control Type [1=Std. VSD, 2=Opt VSD,
P56 MV101 nvoYTS02p056 SNVT_count_f (51) ADI 11 0130 x1 None None N N S S S S
3=Std. Staged, 4=Opt. Staged]
P57 MV102 YT2_ S02_ P57 nvoYTS02p057 SNVT_count_f (51) ADI 12 0131 x1 None None Free Cooling Mode, if FC CL or OL [0=M, 1=Fc, 2=Hy] N N O O O O
YT2_ S02_ P58 Free Cooling Control Programmed, if FC CL or OL
P58 MV103 nvoYTS02p058 SNVT_count_f (51) x1 None None N N N O O O
ADI 13 0132 [0=Disabled, 1=OL, 2=CL]
P59 MV104 YT2_ S02_ P59 nvoYTS02p059 SNVT_count_f (51) ADI 14 0133 N N N N N N
P60 MV105 YT2_ S02_ P60 nvoYTS02p060 SNVT_count_f (51) ADI 15 0134 N N N N N N
P61 MV106 YT2_ S02_ P61 nvoYTS02p061 SNVT_count_f (51) ADI 16 0135 N N N N N N
P62 MV107 YT2_ S02_ P62 nvoYTS02p062 SNVT_count_f (51) ADI 17 0136 N N N N N N
P63 MV108 YT2_ S02_ P63 nvoYTS02p063 SNVT_count_f (51) ADI 18 0137 N N N N N N
P64 MV109 YT2_ S02_ P64 nvoYTS02p064 SNVT_count_f (51) ADI 19 0138 N N N N N N
P65 MV110 YT2_ S02_ P65 nvoYTS02p065 SNVT_count_f (51) ADI 20 0139 N N N N N N
P66 AV130 YT2_ S02_ P66 nvoYTS02p066 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 73 0140 N N N N N N
P67 AV131 YT2_ S02_ P67 nvoYTS02p067 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 74 0141 x10 None None System 1 Fan Kw N N N N N S
P68 AV132 YT2_ S02_ P68 nvoYTS02p068 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 75 0142 x10 None None System 1 Compressor Kw N N N N N S
P69 AV133 YT2_ S02_ P69 nvoYTS02p069 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 76 0143 x10 None None System 2 Fan Kw N N N N N S
P70 AV134 YT2_ S02_ P70 nvoYTS02p070 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 77 0144 x10 None None System 2 Compressor Kw N N N N N S
P71 AV135 YT2_ S02_ P71 nvoYTS02p071 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 78 0145 x10 Volts Volts DC Bus Voltage 2 (Frame E/F) N N O O O O
P72 AV136 YT2_ S02_ P72 nvoYTS02p072 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 79 0146 N N N N N N
P73 AV137 YT2_ S02_ P73 nvoYTS02p073 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 80 0147 N N N N N N
P74 AV138 YT2_ S02_ P74 nvoYTS02p074 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 81 0148 N N N N N N
P75 AV139 YT2_ S02_ P75 nvoYTS02p075 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 82 0149 N N N N N N
P76 AV140 YT2_ S02_ P76 nvoYTS02p076 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 83 0150 N N N N N N
P77 AV141 YT2_ S02_ P77 nvoYTS02p077 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 84 0151 N N N N N N
P78 AV142 YT2_ S02_ P78 nvoYTS02p078 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 85 0152 N N N N N N
P79 AV143 YT2_ S02_ P79 nvoYTS02p079 SNVT_count_f (51) ADF 86 0153 N N N N N N
P80 BV125 YT2_ S02_ P80 nvoYTS02p080 SNVT_switch (95) BD 54 0185 N N N N N N
P81 BV126 YT2_ S02_ P81 nvoYTS02p081 SNVT_switch (95) BD 55 0186 N N N N N N
P82 BV127 YT2_ S02_ P82 nvoYTS02p082 SNVT_switch (95) BD 56 0187 N N N N N N
P83 BV128 YT2_ S02_ P83 nvoYTS02p083 SNVT_switch (95) BD 57 0188 N N N N N N
P84 BV129 YT2_ S02_ P84 nvoYTS02p084 SNVT_switch (95) BD 58 0189 N/A 0/1 0/1 Units [0=Imperial, 1=Metric] N N S S S S

NOTES
1 LON SNVTs used: SNVT_count_f (51) and SNVT_switch (95). Must use LON eLink.
Modbus scaling factors indicated in bold with an asterisk (*) are user configurable by a field technician, if necessary. All Modbus values are of the type SIGNED with the exception of the user configurable values that
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are all UNSIGNED. Modbus function types supported: ENG P03-P06 = Types 03, 06, 16; ENG P07-P10 = 01, 03, 05, 06, 15, 16; ENG P36-P55 & P80-84 = 01, 02, 03
3 BACnet engineering units shown with an Asterisk (*) will be assigned a BACnet engineering unit type of 95 - No Units.
Status codes: Special display characters such as ( ) [ ] { } / \ % < > are not compatible with eLink N2 formats. Substitute text strings "-", PCT, GTN will be used. String lengths are limited to 60 total characters,
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Code Code
Operational Code Fault/Inhibit Code
Value Value
63 Manual Override 0 No Fault Code
64 Daily Schedule Shutdown 1 Low Ambient Temperature
65 Unit Switch Off 2 High Ambient Temperature
66 Remote Controlled Shutdown 3 Low Chilled Liquid Temperature
67 4 VSD Initialization Failure
68 Flow Switch Shutdown 5 Low RTC Battery Voltage
69 VSD Cooling Shutdown 6 Invalid Number of Compressors Selected
70 Serial Number Shutdown 7 VSD Communications Failure
71 8 Precharge Low DC Bus Voltage (Unit)
72 Discharge Superheat Recovery (Remote Evaporator) 9 Precharge DC Bus Voltage Imbalance (Unit)
73 10 High DC Bus Voltage (Unit)
74 No Run Permissive 11 Low DC Bus Voltage (Unit)
75 Anti-Recycle Timer Active 12 DC Bus Voltage Imbalance (Unit)
76 System Switch Off 13 High VSD Ambient Temperature
77 System Not Running 14 Single Phase Input (Unit)
78 System Running 15 VSD Power Supply Fault
79 Discharge Pressure Limiting 16 VSD Logic Board Fault
80 Suction Pressure Limiting 17 Motor Current Overload (Hardware)
81 Motor Current Limiting 18 CT Plug Fault
82 Free Cooling 19
83 BAS/ISN Motor Current Limiting 20
84 Remote Motor Current Limiting 21
85 System Shutting Down 22
86 VSD Precharging 23
87 VSD Baseplate Temp Limiting 24
88 VSD Internal Ambient Temp Limiting 25
89 Sound Limiting 26
90 BAS/ISN Sound Limiting 27 High Discharge Pressure (Software)
91 Remote Sound Limiting 28 High Differential Oil Pressure
92 Pulldown Motor Current Limiting 29 Low Differential Oil Pressure
93 Cooling Demand Shutdown 30 Low Suction Pressure
94 Input Current Limiting 31 High Discharge Temperature
95 ISN Input Current Limiting 32
96 Remote Input Current Limiting 33 Eductor Clog Fault
97 Pulldown Input Current Limiting 34 Sensor Failure
98 35 Low Motor Current
99 36 High Motor Temperature
37 Precharge Low DC Bus Voltage (System, Frame E/F)
38 Precharge DC Bus Voltage Imbalance (System, Frame E/F)
39 High DC Bus Voltage (System, Frame E/F)
40 Low DC Bus Voltage (System, Frame E/F)
41 DC Bus Voltage Imbalance (System, Frame E/F)
42 High Motor Current
43 Motor Current Overload (Software)
44 IGBT Gate Driver Fault
45 High Baseplate Temperature

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46 Single Phase Input (System, Frame E/F)
47 VSD Run Signal Fault
48 High Discharge Pressure (Hardware/HPCO)
49 Low Suction Suerheat
50 Control Voltage Fault
51 Low Discharge Superheat
52 Low Suction Pressure Smart Freeze
53 Isolation Valve Failed to Close Warning
54 Isolation Valve Failed to Open Fault
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