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  1. Controller Programming

  2. Relay Control

  3. Relay Control -- Introduction Two-position control, using a digital (relay) output, is used to turn something on and off. We use a differential and an offset to tell an output when to open and close based on the control variable and setpoint.

  4. Relay Control -- Definitions • Differential – amount of change in the control variable from when the output turns on to when it turns off • Offset – a value that creates a deadband for a stage – the first stage typically has an offset of 0

  5. Offsets and Differentials, 2 Setpoints

  6. Offsets, Differentials and Deadband, 1 Setpoint Used on the SZ1025b and SZ1143b

  7. Proportional Control

  8. Proportional Control -- Introduction Analog outputs are called modulating outputs. These outputs vary based on how far the input is away from setpoint. Modulating outputs provide tighter control than two position outputs.

  9. Proportional Control -- Definitions • Proportional Control – generates an output that is related to the distance between the active setpoint and the input • Proportional Band/Throttling Range – number of degrees (or percent of span) that the input must change to drive the output from 0 to 100% (either 0 to 20 mA or 4 to 20 mA)

  10. Proportional Control -- Definitions • Setpoint Offset – a value that creates a deadband before modulation starts • Aquastat – allows the action to reverse when a digital input is made (SZ1017a, SZ1018, SZ1143b, SZ1051) or an analog input exceeds a certain value (SZ1025a, SZ1018, SZ1062, SZ1064)

  11. Proportional Control -- Definitions • Direct Acting – the output increases as the input increases • Reverse Acting – the output decreases as the input increases

  12. Direct Acting - Output 12mA @ Setpoint

  13. Reverse Acting - Output 12mA @ Setpoint

  14. Direct Acting - Output 4 or 20mA @ Setpoint Cooling Heating

  15. Reverse Acting - Output 4 or 20mA @ Setpoint Cooling Heating

  16. Keypad Programming

  17. Thermostat Keypad Layout

  18. SZ1060 Series Keypad Layout

  19. Comparison of Thermostat Keypads Typical Superstat™ Keypad SZ1060 Series Keypad

  20. SL1001a & SZ1140 Series Keypad Layout

  21. Conventional Thermostats • Menu-by-Menu Example • Follow Along Using Demo Panel • Slides Printed in Handout • Catalog Page 183 • All Thermostats Basically the Same • Complete Sequences in Product Manuals • All Sequences in Product Catalog • www.tcsbasys.com

  22. SZ-QD Trainer Demo Panel (SZ1031) 248 always works!!! Use down arrow to get to 248 more quickly.

  23. SZ-QD Trainer Demo Panel (SZ1031) -- continued Use your badge number as the address for your stat.

  24. SZ-QD Trainer Demo Panel (SZ1031) -- continued

  25. SZ-QD Trainer Demo Panel (SZ1031) -- continued

  26. SZ-QD Trainer Demo Panel (SZ1031) -- continued This Screen is Repeated for Occupied Periods B, C, and D This Screen is Repeated for Occupied Periods B, C, and D

  27. SZ-QD Trainer Demo Panel (SZ1031) -- continued

  28. Model Specific Features – SZ1035

  29. Additional Model Specific Features -- continued

  30. SZ-QD Trainer Demo Panel (SZ1031) -- continued

  31. SZ-QD Trainer Demo Panel (SZ1031) -- continued

  32. SZ-QD Trainer Demo Panel (SZ1031) -- continued

  33. SZ-QD Trainer Demo Panel (SZ1031) -- continued

  34. SZ-QD Trainer Demo Panel (SZ1031) -- continued

  35. SZ-QD Trainer Demo Panel (SZ1031) -- continued

  36. SZ-QD Trainer Demo Panel (SZ1031) -- continued

  37. SZ-QD Trainer Demo Panel (SZ1031) -- continued

  38. SZ-QD Trainer Demo Panel (SZ1031) -- continued NOTE: This is a secondary access code.

  39. Setting the Clock & Schedule (SZ1031) 248 always works!!! Use down arrow to get to 248 more quickly.

  40. Setting the Clock & Schedule (SZ1031) -- continued This Screen is Repeated for Occupied Periods C and D

  41. Setting the Clock & Schedule (SZ1031) -- continued These Screens are Repeated for Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat., Sun., Plus Holiday #1 & #2. This Screen is Repeated for Occupied Periods C and D

  42. Setting the Clock & Schedule (SZ1031)-- continued • Total Possible Holidays • x 12 x 99 = 2,376 • scheds. instances days days .

  43. Setting the Clock & Schedule (SZ1031)-- continued

  44. Where to Get Help or Answers • Instructions Sent with Product • TCS Basys Controls Catalog • Training & Reference Manual • www.tcsbasys.com • Call TCS Directly – 800-288-9383

  45. Software Programming

  46. PC Based Software -- Revelation Professional • Menu Driven Programming • Use for Network Setup & Testing, Commissioning, & Load Balancing • “Read” Before Making Changes • “Write” Before Going to NEXT Menu • “Write” vs. “Write Half / Write Page” • “Load All” & “Save All” Options *** NOT SUPPORTED AS OF JAN 2009 ***

  47. Superstat™ – conventional heat/cool… Rev Pro Manual pg C-9

  48. Superstat™ – conventional heat/cool… Rev Pro Manual pg C-9

  49. Superstat™ – conventional heat/cool… Rev Pro Manual pg C-9

  50. PC Based Software -- Insight Similar to Revelation Professional… • Tab Driven Interface • Uses Same Datasheets as Ubiquity • Use for Network Setup & Testing, Commissioning, & Load Balancing • Shows Current Values (no “read” required) • “Write Page” Before Going to New Tab *** NEW SOLUTION AS OF JAN 2009 ***