Liebert iCOM - PEX Product Application User Manual

Precision Cooling
For Business-Critical Continuity™
Liebert iCOM™ - PEX Product Application
User Manual - Intelligent Communications & Monitoring
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.0
INTRODUCTION
1.1
Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
2.0
LIEBERT ICOM DISPLAY COMPONENTS AND FUNCTIONS
2.1
Navigating Through the Liebert iCOM Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
2.1.1
2.1.2
2.1.3
2.1.4
Control Interface. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accessing Submenus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Entering a Password . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Viewing Multiple Units with a Networked Large Display. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6
6
7
9
3.0
OPERATION
3.1
Single Unit Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
3.1.1
3.1.2
3.1.3
3.1.4
3.2
Temperature Proportional Band . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Compressor Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Chilled Water Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Temperature Control—Reheat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
3.3.1
3.3.2
3.3.3
3.3.4
3.4
13
14
15
15
Temperature Control—Single Source Cooling (No Extra Cooling Coil) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
3.2.1
3.2.2
3.2.3
3.3
Unit/Fan Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General Compressor Requirements. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Compressor Timing—Units With Two Compressors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Compressor Sequencing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electric Reheat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Humidity Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Humidification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dehumidification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
18
19
20
21
Control Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
3.4.1
3.4.2
3.4.3
3.4.4
3.4.5
3.4.6
Temperature and Humidity Control Types. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Humidity Sensor Reading Control Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Supply Limit—Optional . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
High and Low, Temperature and Humidity Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
User Inputs / Customer Inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Event Types and Properties. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
22
23
24
24
25
26
3.5
Possible Event Notifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
3.6
Next Maintenance Calculation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
3.6.1
Calculation of Next Maintenance and Diagnostics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
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4.0
TEAMWORK
4.1
Teamwork Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
4.1.4
4.1.5
Application of Teamwork Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
No Teamwork . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Teamwork Mode 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Teamwork Mode 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Standby – Rotation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
31
31
31
33
33
5.0
INSTALLING A LIEBERT ICOM UNIT-TO-UNIT NETWORK
5.1
Placement of Cooling Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
5.2
U2U Hardware: Cables and Network Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
5.3
Wiring for Unit-to-Unit Communications—U2U . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
5.3.1
Wiring a Liebert iCOM U2U Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
5.4
External Communications—Building Management Systems, Liebert SiteScan® . . . . . . . . . . .
6.0
MOUNTING A LARGE DISPLAY ON A WALL
6.0.1
41
Location Considerations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
7.0
USER MENU PARAMETERS
8.0
SERVICE MENU PARAMETERS
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LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 1
Figure 2
Figure 3
Figure 4
Figure 5
Figure 6
Figure 7
Figure 8
Figure 9
Figure 10
Figure 11
Figure 12
Figure 13
Figure 14
Figure 15
Figure 16
Figure 17
Figure 18
Figure 19
Figure 20
Figure 21
Figure 22
Figure 23
Figure 24
Figure 25
Liebert iCOM components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Liebert iCOM controller general arrangement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Liebert iCOM display components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Status menu, large display, graphical view. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Liebert iCOM default screen symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Menu tree—Small display, stand-alone or networked . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Menu tree—Large display, stand-alone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Menu tree—Large display, networked. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
User menu icons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Service menu icons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Start-stop priority switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Temperature proportional band . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Two single-step compressors or one compressor with HGBP (two-step) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Modulating actuator control (example: cooling) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Electric staged heating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Humidity proportional band. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Teamwork Mode 1 with two cooling units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Connecting two cooling units, each with a small display using a crossover Ethernet cable . . . . 36
Wiring a small display for stand-alone operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Wiring a small display for U2U network operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Wiring a large display for stand-alone operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Wiring a large display for U2U network operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Liebert iCOM input-output control board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Liebert vNSA with optional large graphic display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Liebert iCOM display dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
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LIST OF TABLES
Table 1
Table 2
Table 3
Table 4
Table 5
Table 6
Table 7
Table 8
Table 9
Table 10
Table 11
Table 12
Table 13
Table 14
Table 15
Table 16
Table 17
Table 18
Table 19
Table 20
Table 21
Table 22
Table 23
Table 24
Table 25
Table 26
Table 27
Table 28
Table 29
Table 30
Table 31
Table 32
Table 33
Table 34
Table 35
Table 36
Keyboard icons and functions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
User menu icons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Service menu icons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Parameters for infrared humidifier control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Parameters for immersed electrode humidifier control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Dehumidification With Comp settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Customer inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Event Behaviour . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Possible event settings—some events not available in all units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Event notifications—large or small display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Sample Liebert iCOM network configurations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Ports available for connecting Liebert iCOM control devices. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Setpoints parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Spare part list parameters—large display only . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Event log parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Graphics parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
View network parameters—large display only* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Set alarms parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Sensor data parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Active alarms parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Display setup parameters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Total run hours parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Timer parameters—Sleep Mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Service contacts parameters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Setpoints parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Unit diary parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Maintenance / wellness settings parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Standby settings / lead-lag parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Diagnostics / service mode parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Set alarms parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Set alarms parameters (continued) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Sensor calibration / setup parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Network setup parameters — SYSTEM (large display only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Network setup parameters - UNIT (I/O board) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Options setup parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Service contacts parameters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
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Introduction
1.0
INTRODUCTION
The Liebert iCOM™ control offers the highest capabilities in unit control, communication and monitoring of Liebert mission-critical cooling units.
Liebert iCOM may be used to combine multiple cooling units into a team that operates as a single
entity, enhancing the already-high performance and efficiency of Liebert’s units.
Liebert iCOM is available as a factory-installed assembly or may be retrofitted on existing products
with CEMS100 controls. Large graphic display wall-mount versions of the control are available for
remote operation and monitoring of cooling units.
1.1
Features
Large and Small Displays
The Liebert iCOM control is available with either a large or small liquid crystal display.
• The Liebert iCOM with small display has a 128 x 64 dot matrix screen that simultaneously shows
two menu icons, along with descriptive text. This display is capable of controlling only the unit it
is directly connected to.
• The Liebert iCOM with large display has a 320 x 240 dot matrix screen that shows up to 16 menu
icons at a time, as well as descriptive text. This display can be used to control a single cooling unit
or any cooling unit on a network, regardless of how it is connected—either integrated into a cooling unit or simply connected to the network and mounted remotely.
Liebert iCOM’s menu-driven display is used for all programming functions on each connected cooling
unit. The Status menu shows the status of the conditioned space, such as room temperature and
humidity, temperature and humidity setpoints, alarm status and settings, event histories and the
current time.
Figure 1
Liebert iCOM components
Direct Panel Mount Large Display and Bezel
Wall Mount Large Display
Direct Panel Mount
Small Display and Bezel
Liebert iCOM Input/Output Board
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Introduction
Figure 2
Liebert iCOM controller general arrangement
CAN
CABLE
RIBBON
CABLES
INTELLISLOT
POWER SUPPLY
INTELLISLOT 1
P1
P2
INTELLISLOT 2
P3
P66
CAN
P65
STANDARD SMALL
GRAPHICS DISPLAY
(REAR VIEW)
RED CROSSOVER
ETHERNET CABLE
CABLE ’A’
NOT
USED
77 78
CABLE ’B’
CAN
CABLE
(Connect to P65 for SiteScan)
P61
E5
P64
P65
P67
P18
P63
P66
P40
P32
P13
P12
P11
P8
P33
P34
P7
iCOM
MICROPROCESSOR AND
I/O BOARD
P38
P39
P53
P52
P51
TB1
P4
E1 E2 E3 E4
P43
P35
P64 P66
U2U CAN
E1
P43
P44
CONTROL
FUSE
BOARD
P24
OPTIONAL LARGE
GRAPHICS DISPLAY
(REAR VIEW)
P42
P4
P41
T1 UNIT CONTROL
TRANSFORMER T6 ISOLATION
TRANSFORMER
24VAC NOMINAL
INTERNAL T/H
SENSOR
HUMIDIFIER
ISOLATION
BOARD
CAN
CABLE
P66
LEGEND
Factory supplied
wiring
P1
P36
P54
P22
Wiring included in
options
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Liebert iCOM Display Components and Functions
2.0
LIEBERT ICOM DISPLAY COMPONENTS AND FUNCTIONS
The small and the large display have a common key layout, as shown in Figure 3.
Figure 3
Liebert iCOM display components
Liquid Crystal Display
LED Status Indicators
(top LED is red or
flashing red; bottom
LED is green or amber)
?
ESC
Large Liebert iCOM Display
shown - Keypad and LEDs are
identical on all displays.
Keypad
Alarm Key
Up Arrow Key
?
On/Off Key
Help Key
Left Arrow Key
Enter Key
Right Arrow Key
ESC
Escape Key
Down Arrow Key
NOTE
The Help key may be pressed at any time for a brief explanation of what is being viewed.
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Liebert iCOM Display Components and Functions
Table 1
Icon
?
ESC
Keyboard icons and functions
Key Name
Function
On/Off Key
Controls the operational state of the cooling unit.
Alarm Key
Silences an alarm.
Help Key
Accesses integrated help menus.
ESCape Key
Returns to the previous display view.
Enter Key
Confirms all selections and selects icons or text.
Increase Key
(Up Arrow)
Moves upward in a menu or increases the value of a selected parameter.
Decrease Key
(Down Arrow)
Moves downward in a menu or reduces the value of a selected parameter.
Left and Right
Arrow Keys
Navigates through text and sections of the display.
Blinking Red—Active, unacknowledged alarm exists
Upper LED
Solid Red—Active, acknowledged alarm exists
Amber—Power is available to the unit, unit is NOT operating
Lower LED
Green—Power is available to the unit, unit is operating
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Liebert iCOM Display Components and Functions
Figure 4
Status menu, large display, graphical view
System or
Unit # view
Temperature
Setpoint
Humidity
Setpoint
Humidity
Sensor
Reading
Supply
Air Temperature
Percent Hot Water
Heating
Percent Electric
Heating
Temperature Sensor
Reading
Evaporator
Fan Speed
Percent Cooling
Free-Cooling
Percentage
Percent Dehumidifying
Percent Humidifying
System (or Unit) On/Off
Next Maintenance
Date and Time
Figure 5
Most Recent Alarms
(Date, Time, Unit,
Description)
Liebert iCOM default screen symbols
fan
cooling
hot water
electric heat
freecooling
dehumidification
5
maintenance
humidification
Liebert iCOM Display Components and Functions
2.1
Navigating Through the Liebert iCOM Menus
Liebert iCOM shows icons and text for monitoring and controlling your Liebert cooling units or network of cooling units. The number of icons and amount of text shown depends on the display size.
2.1.1
Control Interface
When the buttons on the Liebert iCOM control have not been pressed for a short period, the display
backlight turns off. Pressing any key will turn the backlight on (wake up the screen) and display the
Status menu of the last cooling unit viewed. The Status menu will show the cooling unit’s operational
mode(s), return air temperature and humidity readings, temperature and humidity setpoints and any
active alarm conditions.
If the cooling unit has a large display and is not on a network, or if the unit has a small display,
whether it is networked or stand-alone, the Status menu will display only that cooling unit’s information. Any large display that is connected to a network can be used to view any cooling unit on the network or show an average view of the entire system of cooling units.
The Liebert iCOM control has three main menus; User, Service and Advanced.
The User menu contains the most frequently used features, settings and status information.
The Service menu contains settings and features used to set up unit communications and for unit
maintenance.
The Advanced menu contains settings used to set up the unit at the factory.
NOTE
Menu settings may be viewed without a password, but changing settings requires a password.
If a password is required, Liebert iCOM shows a prompt to enter the password. For details on
entering a password, see Entering a Password on page 7
2.1.2
Accessing Submenus
To access the User, Service or Advanced menu, press the Enter or down arrow key while viewing the
Status menu of the unit you wish to access. The User menu will be displayed first. To view the Service
or Advanced menus, press the right arrow key.
Accessing Submenus on Small Displays
While viewing the menu you wish to access (User, Service or Advanced), use the up and down arrow
keys to scroll through the icons page-by-page. To scroll through the icons one-by-one, press the enter
key and then use the up and down arrow keys. With the desired icon highlighted, press the enter key
to enter that submenu. Once in a Submenu, a list of parameters is displayed.
Press the enter key and use the up and down arrow keys to scroll through the parameters one-by-one.
Pressing the Esc key will go back a level. Figure 6 shows the Liebert iCOM control menus for a small
display.
Accessing Submenus on Large Displays
While viewing the menu you wish to access (User, Service or Advanced), press the enter key to highlight the first icon. Use the arrow keys to navigate through the icons. With the desired icon highlighted, press the enter key to enter that submenu. Once in a Submenu, a list of parameters will be
displayed.
The up and down arrow keys may be used to scroll through the parameters page-by-page if the submenu has multiple pages. To scroll item-by-item, press the Enter key and then use the up and down
arrow keys. Using the right or left arrow keys on large displays attached to a network will change the
unit being viewed. Pressing the Esc key will go back a level. Figures 7 and 8 show the Liebert iCOM
control menus for a stand-alone large display and for a networked large display, respectively.
NOTE
Settings are readable without a password, but changing settings requires a password.
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2.1.3
Entering a Password
To change the value of a parameter in a menu, you must first enter the password for that menu. The
User, Service and Advanced menus each has a unique password to prevent unauthorized changes.
NOTE
The User menu password is 1490.
To enter a password:
1. Navigate to the menu that contains the parameter to be changed.
2. Select Password in the submenu by pressing the Enter key
3. Press the Enter key to move your cursor to the right side of the screen to select the question
marks.
4. Use the arrow keys to enter the numeral for the password’s first digit (the up arrow key moves
from 1 to the next digit).
5. Use the right arrow key to move to the next question mark and repeat Step 4 to enter all digits in
the password.
6. After entering the password, press enter.
If the password is correct, the Actual Level shown to the right of Password will change
from 0 to 1 or 2. The menu will remain locked if the password was incorrect.
NOTE
Returning to the Status menu will require re-entering a password to make changes.
Figure 6
Menu tree—Small display, stand-alone or networked
Status Menu
Unit 1 View
User Menu
Service Menu
Advanced Menu
Password
Setpoints
Event Log
Graphics
Set Alarms
Sensor Data
Display Setup
Total Run Hours
Sleep Mode
Service Info
Active Alarms
Password
Setpoints
Standby
Wellness
Diagnostics
Set Alarms
Calibration
Network Setup
Options Setup
Service Info
Password
Factory Settings
Access Passwords
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Figure 7
Menu tree—Large display, stand-alone
Unit 1 will be displayed
in the top left corner of
the screen.
Status Menu – System View
Status Menu
Unit 1 View
User Menu
Unit 1
Service Menu
Unit 1
Advanced Menu
Unit 1
Password
Setpoints
Spare Part List
Event Log
Graphics
View Network
Set Alarms
Sensor Data
Active Alarms
Display Setup
Total Run Hours
Sleep Mode
Service Contact Info
Password
Setpoints
Unit Diary
Standby Settings/Lead-Lag
Maintenance/Wellness Settings
Diagnostics / Service Mode
Set Alarms
Sensor Calibration/Setup
System/Network Setup
Options Setup
Service Contact Info
Password
Factory Settings
Compressor Info
Access Passwords
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2.1.4
Viewing Multiple Units with a Networked Large Display
When you first wake up the control, press the Esc key to return to the System View Status menu.
This view shows an average of all the units on the network and any alarms present. To view a specific
unit on the network, press either the enter key or down arrow key. When you do this, you will see the
word System in the top left of the screen change to a unit number. Using the left and right arrow keys
you can toggle through the various units on the network. To go back to the System view, or back one
level from any menu in the control, press the Esc key.
Figure 8
Menu tree—Large display, networked
Unit # or System will be
displayed in the top left
corner of the screen .
Status Menu – System View
(Networked Large Display Only)
Status Menu
Unit 1 View
Status Menu
Unit 2, 3, 4...
User Menu
Unit #
Service Menu
Unit #
Advanced Menu
Unit #
Password
Setpoints
Spare Part List
Event Log
Graphics
View Network
Set Alarms
Sensor Data
Active Alarms
Display Setup
Total Run Hours
Sleep Mode
Service Contact Info
Password
Setpoints
Unit Diary
Standby Settings/Lead-Lag
Maintenance/Wellness Settings
Diagnostics / Service Mode
Set Alarms
Sensor Calibration/Setup
System/Network Setup
Options Setup
Service Contact Info
Password
Factory Settings
Compressor Info
Access Passwords
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Figure 9
User menu icons
User Menu password: 1490
Table 2
User menu icons
Icon
Name
°C / °F
% RH
SET
EVENT
LOG
SET
ALARMS
!
Description
Available On Display
Setpoints
View and change temperature and humidity
setpoints
Small & Large
Spare Part List
Displays the various part numbers of the
components/parts in the cooling unit
Large only
Event Log
Contains last 400 events
Small & Large
Graphics
Displays temperature and humidity graphs
Small & Large
View Network
Shows status of all connected units
Large only
Set Alarms
Allows enable, disable and settings for alarms Small & Large
Sensor Data
Shows readings of standard and optional
sensors
Small & Large
Active Alarms
Allows the user to view all current active
alarms
Small & Large
Display Setup
Change settings for display: language, time,
simple or graphic view
Small & Large
Total Run Hours
Records the run time of all components and
allows setting of limits on run time
Small & Large
ACTIVE
ALARMS
12
9
SET
3
6
1234h
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Table 2
User menu icons (continued)
Icon
Name
Description
Available On Display
Sleep Mode
Allows setback settings for non-peak
operation
Small & Large
Service Contact Info
Contains key contact information for local
Small & Large
service, including names and phone numbers
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9
3
6
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Figure 10 Service menu icons
Table 3
Service menu icons
Icon
°C / °F
% RH
SET
Description
Available On
Display
Setpoints
To view and change temperature and humidity setpoints
Small & Large
Unit Diary
Shows all entered program changes and maintenance
performed on the unit
Large only
Standby Settings/
Lead-Lag
Allows lead/lag setup when multiple units are connected
Small & Large
Maintenance/
Wellness Settings
Allows setting maintenance interval reminder,
maintenance message, number of unit starts and stops,
and time since last maintenance
Small & Large
Diagnostics/
Service Mode
Allows troubleshooting, manual mode, read analog and
digital inputs
Small & Large
Set Alarms
Allows enable, disable and settings for alarms
Small & Large
Sensor
Calibration/Setup
Allows calibration of sensors
Small & Large
System/Network
Setup
Allows setup and U2U communication for multiple units
Large only
Options Setup
Allows setup of component operation
Small & Large
Service Contact Info
Contains key contact information for local service,
including names and phone numbers
Small & Large
Name
WELLNESS
SERVICE
SET
ALARMS
+/NETWORK
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3.0
OPERATION
The Liebert iCOM display for your Liebert cooling unit features an easy-to-use, menu-driven liquid
crystal display (LCD). All unit settings and parameters can be viewed and adjusted through three
menus: User, Service and Advanced. All active alarms are displayed on the LCD and annunciated.
The control is shipped from the factory with default selections for all necessary settings. Adjustments
can be made if the defaults do not meet your requirements.
References to menu items in this manual are followed by the main menu and the submenu where they
can be found.
For example:
• Temperature Setpoint (User Menu, Setpoints) - The Temperature Setpoint parameter is located
in the User menu under the Setpoints submenu.
• High Return Humidity (Service Menu, Set Alarms) - The High Return Humidity alarm is located
in the Service menu under the Set Alarms submenu.
3.1
Single Unit Functions
3.1.1
Unit/Fan Control
Start - Stop
Unit on means the fan output is activated. The unit can be switched On and Off from two inputs:
1. Remote on/off input
2. Display button
Pressing the On/Off key on a small display will control only the cooling unit it is connected to regardless, of whether the cooling unit is a stand-alone unit or part of a network.
Pressing the On/Off key on a large display of a stand-alone cooling unit will control only that unit.
The effect of pressing the On/Off key on a large display connected to a network depends on the view:
System or Unit.
• In System view, pressing the On/Off key shows a warning asking for confirmation to shut down
the entire system.
• In Unit view, pressing the On/Off key affects only the unit being viewed, without a confirmation
request.
Each time a unit is powered on or off, an event is added to the Event Log in the User menu.
NOTE
Customer switches: remote On/Off (if used) and display On/Off switches are in series. A
cooling unit will start only if both switches are On; if one of these switches is Off, the unit will
stop. Safety devices within the unit are also in series and will shut the unit down if required.
Figure 11 Start-stop priority switches
Display On / Off
Remote On / Off
NOTE
If Remote On/Off is not used, a jumper is inserted to bypass the switch.
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Auto Restart
When there is a loss of power to the cooling unit and power comes back, the unit will return to its previous operating status—on if it was on before the power off, off if it was off.
When power returns, the autorestart time—time-selectable: Single Unit Auto Restart (Service Menu,
Options Setup)—controls the start of the unit. The autorestart time runs in a loop, starting the next
unit each time when elapsed, starting with Unit # 1.
Loss of Power Alarm
A Loss of Power Alarm is activated when power is restored after an interruption. If acknowledged, the
alarm resets automatically after 30 minutes. This alarm can be set to different event types (Message,
Alarm or Warning) and can be disabled under menu item Loss of Power (Service Menu, Set Alarms).
NOTE
Loss of power alarm will be activated only on units that had the fan on before power was lost.
Fan Alarm / Fan Protection Settings
The fan operation is protected by two digital devices: motor protection (optional) and a differential
pressure switch. The motor protection monitors for main fan overload and the differential pressure
switch ensures that the blower(s) are moving air. If either protection device triggers, an alarm will be
announced by a buzzer, alarm relay and event to monitoring after an adjustable time-delay (Main
Fan Overload and Loss Of Airflow in Service Menu, Set Alarms).
The time delay at the unit start is always five seconds shorter than the control delay (to avoid short
component starting when the fan is not working). During operation, the fan delay is fixed to
15 seconds.
There are two selection possibilities for both, Loss Of Airflow and Main Fan Overload:
• Shutdown—stops the unit (intended for DX models).
• Disable—stops the humidifier, electrical heaters and dehumidification; allows cooling and
free-cooling only (intended for chilled water models / external cooling).
NOTE
When the Main Fan Overload alarm is active, the Loss of Airflow alarm is masked out.
3.1.2
General Compressor Requirements
Low-Pressure Time Delay
When the compressor starts, the low-pressure input is ignored for a selected period of time based on
the setting of the Low Pressure Alarm Delay (Service Menu, Options Setup). This time is usually set
to 3 minutes on air-cooled units, and to 0 or 1 minute on water cooled units. When this time is
expired, a second timer starts to operate if the low-pressure input is active. This second timer is active
during normal compressor operation to avoid compressor trips due to bubbles in the refrigerant or
other influences creating short trips of the low-pressure switch. The low-pressure switch input is
enabled only if the compressor is operating.
NOTE
Low-pressure condition could be read through contacts or through pressure transducers with
threshold setting.
High Pressure Alarm
When the compressor is initially activated, the system will be monitored for a high pressure situation.
When a high pressure situation is detected during the first 10 minutes of operation, the unit will
attempt to correct the problem several times without notification. If the unit is unsuccessful in correcting the problem, an alarm will occur and the affected compressor will be locked off. If high head
pressure alarm trips three times in a rolling 12 hour period, the affected compressor will be locked off.
After the compressor has been running for 10 minutes, if a high head pressure situation is detected,
an alarm will occur and the affected compressor will be immediately locked off without the unit trying
to correct the problem.
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Operation
Once the compressor is locked off, it will not come back on until the HP Alarm Counters (Service
Menu, Diagnostics) are reset to 0. Setting the counter to 0 will auto-reset the alarm without the need
of pressing the reset button on the display. Even if the pressure in the system drops below the alarm
point, the compressor will remain off until the system is reset.
NOTE
If the unit is equipped with manual reset high head pressure switches, or if the auto reset
high head pressure switches don’t reset, the compressor will not be turned back on, but there
will be a 30-second delay from when the high head pressure situation occurs and when the
alarm is annunciated.
3.1.3
Compressor Timing—Units With Two Compressors
To help maximize the life of your compressor(s), there is a start-to-next start delay for each single
compressor.
A Minimum ON time and a Minimum Off time may be selected in the Advanced menu (minimum
three minutes for single phase compressors). Consult the factory on how to modify the Minimum ON
and OFF time settings.
3.1.4
Compressor Sequencing
Compressor Sequencing parameter (Service Menu, Options Setup) is intended to maintain equal run
times between compressors. This setting has three selection possibilities:
• Always use Compressor 1 as lead compressor
• Always use Compressor 2 as lead compressor
• Auto:
• First priority: if the safety timings are acceptable for only one compressor, then it is the next
to be started/stopped.
• If both compressors are off: the one with fewer working hours is the next to start.
• If both compressors are in operation: the one that has been operating longer since the last
start is the next to be stopped.
NOTE
The Auto setting attempts to maintain equal run times between compressors.
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3.2
Temperature Control—Single Source Cooling (No Extra Cooling Coil)
3.2.1
Temperature Proportional Band
The control uses the temperature proportional band to determine which operation to perform (cooling/heating) and how intensely to perform it. The Temperature Proportional Band is a user-defined
range that is divided into two equal parts for cooling and heating. The Temperature Setpoint is
between these two equal parts.
An optional Temperature Deadband range can be defined, which is equally divided on either side of
the setpoint and separates the two halves of the proportional band. Figure 12 illustrates how the temperature proportional band is evenly divided on either side of the temperature setpoint, with and
without a deadband.
Figure 12 Temperature proportional band
Without Deadband
Heating
- Temp
- 100 %
Heating
Cooling
½ Proportional Band
0%
Setpoint
½ Proportional Band
+ Temp
+ 100%
Cooling
With Deadband
- Temp
Heating
- 100%
Heating
½ Proportional Band
Deadband
0% 0%
Setpoint
Cooling
+ Temp
½ Proportional Band
+ 100%
Cooling
When the return air temperature deviates from the setpoint it begins to penetrate one of the proportional band halves, cooling or heating. If the return air temperature increases, the control calls for 0%
(none) to 100% (full) cooling capacity based on how far the temperature penetrates the cooling portion
of the proportional band. If the return air temperature decreases, the control calls for 0% (none) to 100% (full) heating capacity based on how far the temperature penetrates the heating portion of the
proportional band.
When the return air temperature reaches the end of the proportional band, either 100% or -100%, full
cooling or full heating capacity is provided. No operation is performed when a 0% call is calculated.
The control varies the call for cooling and heating in 1% increments as the return air temperature
moves through the proportional band halves.
The deadband range is used to widen the setpoint. When the return air temperature falls within the
deadband, the control operates the same as if the temperature equaled the setpoint exactly. This setting helps maximize component life by preventing excessive component cycling. The Temperature
Proportional Band and Temperature Deadband parameters are in the Service menu under the Setpoints submenu. The Temperature Setpoint parameter is in both the User menu and Service Menu
under Setpoints.
There is a parameter AutoSet Enable (Service Menu, Setpoints), which automatically sets the proportional bands for temperature and humidity, and both the integration time factors according to the
type of unit (Chilled Water, single or double compressor), with influence of the selected Teamwork
Mode. See 4.1 - Teamwork Modes for more on using this feature.
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3.2.2
Compressor Control
All compressorised PEX models operate two (2) stages of cooling. For single compressor models, a hot
gas bypass valve operates in conjunction with the compressor.
Compressor Proportional Bands
Two Single-Step Compressors —Two-Step
First single-step compressor, Cool 1, is started at 50% calculated output from the temperature proportional band, and stopped at 0%. The second compressor, Cool 2, starts at 100% and stops at 50% (see
Figure 13).
One Compressor With Hot Gas Bypass (HGBP) —Two-Step
The compressor and HGBP valve, Cool 1, are started at 50% calculated output from the temperature
propotional band, and stopped at 0%. The HGBP valve de-energises, Cool 2, at 100% and re-energises
at 50%. (see Figure 13).
Figure 13 Two single-step compressors or one compressor with HGBP (two-step)
Cool 2
On
Temp Setpoint: 21oC
Proportional Band: 4oC
Deadband: 1oC
Cool 1
On
1/2 Deadband
21
0%
Cooling
21.5
Cool 1
Off
22
22.5
23
Cool 2
Off
23.5
+ 100%
Cooling
1/2 Proportional Band
Increasing Temperature
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3.2.3
Chilled Water Control
The chilled water control valve is adjusted proportionally as the temperature control varies the
requirement for cooling from 0% to 100%.
Modulating actuators operate 2 or 3 way ball valves which are driven via 0-10VDC analogue outputs.
The Service Menu, Options Setup defines the various parameters necessary to operate the valves.
The Intelligent control algorithm is used to accurately control space conditions, whilst minimising
wear and tear on the actuators that is generally found in traditional control logic systems.
Figure 14 Modulating actuator control (example: cooling)
100% - Fully Open
Requested
actuator position
Cooling
0% - Closed
1/2 Proportional Band
0%
Setpoint
+ 100%
Cooling
Increasing Temperature
3.3
Temperature Control—Reheat
If the room air temperature becomes too cold, the control will call for heating. Heating mode is controlled by the Temperature Proportional Band, explained in 3.2.1 - Temperature Proportional Band.
3.3.1
Electric Reheat
The Reheat Proportional Band is divided into three equal parts. As the Temperature Proportional
Band increases the call for heating from 0% to -100%, the reheat stages are switched On, as shown in
Figure 15. Note: PEX models are supplied with one stage heating as standard. Two stage is optional.
Figure 15 Electric staged heating
Temp Setpoint: 21oC
Proportional Band: 4oC
Deadband: 1oC
Heat 2
On
Heat 1
On
1/2 Deadband
18.5
19
19.5
- 100%
Heating
20
Heat 2
Off
1/2 Proportional Band
Decreasing Temperature
18
20.5
Heat 1
Off
21
0%
Heating
Operation
3.3.2
Humidity Control
The control uses the humidity proportional band to determine which operation to perform (dehumidification/humidification) and how intensely to perform it. The Humidity Proportional Band is a user
defined range that is divided into two equal parts for dehumidifying and humidifying. The Humidity
Setpoint is located between these two equal parts.
An optional Humidity Deadband range can be defined, which is equally divided on either side of the
setpoint and separates the two halves of the proportional band. Figure 16 illustrates how the humidity proportional band is evenly divided on either side of the humidity setpoint, with and without a
deadband.
Figure 16 Humidity proportional band
Without Deadband
- Hum
Humidification
½ Proportional Band
- 100%
humidification
Dehumidification
0%
Setpoint
+ Hum
½ Proportional Band
+ 100%
Dehumidification
With Deadband
- Hum
Humidification
½ Proportional Band
- 100%
Humidification
Deadband
0% 0%
Setpoint
Dehumidification
+ Hum
½ Proportional Band
+ 100%
Dehumidification
When the return air humidity deviates from the setpoint, it begins to penetrate one of the proportional band halves, either dehumidification or humidification. If the return air humidity increases,
the control calls for 0% (none) to 100% (full) dehumidifying capacity, based on how far the humidity
penetrates the dehumidification portion of the proportional band. If the return air humidity
decreases, the control calls for 0% (none) to -100% (full) humidifying capacity based on how far the
humidity penetrates the humidification portion of the proportional band.
When the return air humidity reaches the end of the proportional band, either 100% or -100%, full
dehumidification or full humidification capacity is provided. No operation is performed when a 0%
call is calculated. The control varies the call for dehumidifying and humidifying in 1% increments as
the return air humidity moves through the proportional band halves.
The deadband range is used to widen the setpoint. When the return air humidity falls within the
deadband, the control operates the same as if the humidity equaled the setpoint exactly. This setting
helps maximize component life by preventing excessive component cycling. The Humidity Proportional Band and Humidity Deadband parameters are in the Service menu under the Setpoints submenu. The Humidity Setpoint parameter is in both the User menu and Service menu under
Setpoints.
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3.3.3
Humidification
Infrared Humidifier (Standard)
There are two types of infrared humidifiers: small pan (IFS) and large pan (IFL). The operating mode
of each is similar, however, some of the variables or timings differ.
Infrared humidifiers are started at 100% humidification request, and stopped at 0%. Infrared humidifiers cannot be driven in proportional mode.
Table 4
Parameters for infrared humidifier control
Parameter
Humidity in Last xx Hours
Prefill Time
Fill Time
Humidifier On Time
Flush Rate
IFS Default
IFL Default
15 hours
15 hours
30 seconds
60 seconds
4 minutes
7 minutes
8 or 10 minutes
10 minutes
150%
150%
An autoflush system automatically controls a water makeup valve to maintain proper levels in the
infrared humidifier water pan during humidifier operation. If humidification is needed and 15 hours
have elapsed since the last time the humidifier was on, then the humidifier is not turned on until the
valve completes an initial fill of the humidifier pan. This pre-fill is about 30 seconds for a small pan
and 60 seconds for a large pan. The valve continues to fill and flush the pan for about 4-1/2 minutes
for a small pan or 7-1/2 minutes for a large pan. Pan size is selected based on unit specifications and
is preset at the factory.
During humidifier operation, with the flush rate set at the default of 150%, the valve is opened periodically to add water to the pan (about 45 seconds every 7 minutes of humidifier operation for a small
pan, or 80 seconds every 10 minutes of operation for a large pan). This adds enough water to the pan
to cause about a third of the total water used to be flushed out of the overflow standpipe located in the
humidifier pan. This action helps to remove solids from the pan. The flush rate is adjustable from
110% to 500% in 10% intervals. Default is 150%. If the water quality is poor, it may be desirable to
increase the water flushing action above the normal 150% rate. Also, if the supply water pressure is
low, the flush rate adjustment can be increased so that sufficient water level is maintained during
humidification. The flush rate parameter, Infrared Flush Rate (Service Menu, Options Setup), is
adjustable from 110%-500%.
Immersed Electrode Humidifier (Optional)
Direct acting electrodes immersed in water pass current between one another to boil the water in the
bottle and introduce steam to the bypass air via distribution pipes.
Immersed electrode humidifiers are started at 100% humidification request, and stopped at 0%.
Immersed electrode humidifiers cannot be driven in proportional mode.
Table 5
Parameters for immersed electrode humidifier control
Parameter
Humidifier Model
Setting
1
[email protected] Amp, [email protected] Amp, [email protected] Amp
Humidifier bottle flush time
30 seconds
1. Factory set according to model - refer technical data manual and user manual
Water level is automatically controlled by a sensor located in the overflow pipe. During a call for
humidification, the humidifier make-up valve energises whenever the level sensor breaks contact
with the water for more than 5 seconds and de-energises after 1 second of making contact. If water is
not detected within 1 minute after energising the make-up valve, both humidifier and make-up valve
outputs are de-energised for 4 minutes. This cycle repeats until the level sensor is satisfied. A ‘low
hum water’ alarm is generated after 5 continuous cycles and the humidifier and make-up valve outputs are ‘locked out’.
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An automatic flush cycle occurs whenever the humidifier current draw equals or exceeds the current
set value. The make-up valve is energised for the bottle flush time duration. Refer Table 5. The
humidifier output is de-energised during the flush cycle and re-energised 5 seconds afterwards.
Should the humidifier current draw exceed the current set value by 50%, an alarm will be activated
(Humidifier High Amps) and the humidifier will be latched out.
In the event of a water under floor alarm, the humidifier operation will be latched out until 5 minutes
after the alarm is reset.
3.3.4
Dehumidification
The Dehumidification Enable parameter (Service Menu, Options Setup) allows for enabling/disabling
the dehumidification function.
A call for dehumidification is calculated in the same way as a cooling request. The components
(valves, compressors) will follow this dehumidification request as soon as it is higher than the request
for cooling.
Dehumidification Low Limit
Low Limit 1 and Low Limit 2 are used to avoid overcooling a room during dehumidification. When a
low limit is reached, a compressor or the liquid cooling source that is used for dehumidification is disabled. It is re-enabled when the return air temperature rises. The Low Limit 1 and 2 settings are in
the Service menu under Setpoints.
Low Limit 1: Low Limit 1 will disable one of two compressors for dehumidification. If only one compressor is set for dehumidification, or if the dehumidification source is chilled water, this limit will
not be visible and will be inactive.
Low Limit 2: Low Limit 2 will disable both compressors for dehumidification. This limit will also stop
dehumidification in single compressor units and in chilled water units.
The limits become active when the return air temperature drops below a temperature value equal to
the sum of the temperature setpoint plus the value set on Low Limit 1 and 2 (the Low Limit settings
are negative values).
A dehumidification source is deactivated if the return air temperature drops below the Deactivation
Temperature, as in this example:
Temperature Setpoint:
22°C
Dehum Low Limit Value:
-3°C
Deactivation Temperature:
19°C
NOTE
Dehumidification will be allowed to restart when the return temperature exceeds setpoint.
Dehumidification Compressor Quantity
Under Factory Settings in the Advanced menu there is an item called Dehumidification With Comp.
For Liebert PEX units this item is set to 1. This setting determines which compressors are used for
dehumidification. It also determines if Low Limit 1 will be available and impacts how the reheats will
operate during dehumidification. The Dehumidification With Comp field is set when the cooling unit
is built and should not be adjusted without consulting the factory first. Table 6 outlines which Low
Limit settings will be available, based on the Dehumidification With Comp selection.
Table 6
Dehumidification With Comp settings
Available to Set Value
Low Limit 2 only
Dehumidification With Comp Setting
Default Setting On
[blank] (units without compressors)
Chilled Water Liebert PEX™models
1 (Compressor 1 dehumidifies only)
Compressorised Liebert PEX™models
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Reheat During Dehumidification
The parameter Electric Reheat Operation defines how the heaters react in case the temperature
decreases during the dehumidification process. The Electric Reheat Operation parameter is in the
Advanced menu under Factory Settings and should not be adjusted without factory approval.
No—No electric reheat allowed during dehumidification process.
Delayed—Not applicable to Liebert PEX units.
Staged—This is the standard setting for Liebert PEX units. Electric heaters will stage as described in
3.3.1 - Electric Reheat.
!
WARNING
If the electrical service to the unit is not properly sized, it could trip the building circuit
breakers (or fuses) or, in extreme cases, damage the building wiring. This Warning applies
only when the Dehumidification With Comp is set to BOTH and the Electric Reheat
Operation is set to Staged. Consult factory before making any changes to the default settings.
3.4
Control Types
3.4.1
Temperature and Humidity Control Types
The Liebert iCOM control has three Temperature Control Types: Proportional, PI and Intelligent.
Each control type affects the timing and intensity of the cooling/heating and humidifying/dehumidifying operations. The Control Type parameter is in the Service menu under Setpoints.
Proportional – If Proportional Control is selected, the percent cooling/heating requirement is determined by the difference between the return air temperature sensor reading and the temperature setpoint. As the return air temperature rises above the temperature setpoint, the percent cooling
required increases proportionally (from 0 to 100%) over half the programmable temperature proportional band (See 3.2.1 - Temperature Proportional Band). The percent heating requirement (0 to 100%) is determined the same way when the return air temperature falls below the setpoint. The
humidifying/dehumidifying operations are controlled in the same manner as the cooling/heating operations; however, the humidity sensors, setpoints and proportional bands are utilized. The Proportional control type is commonly selected on compressorized units.
PI – If PI Control is selected, the percent cooling/heating requirement is calculated by adding together
two individual terms – proportional and integral. The proportional term is calculated in a manner
similar to the previously described Proportional control. The integral term (sometimes called “reset
action”) is calculated by measuring how much and for how long the return air temperature/humidity
has been above or below the setpoint. If the actual return air temperature/humidity is above the setpoint, the percent requirement is slowly but continuously increased until the total is sufficient to
bring the return room air back to the setpoint.
Intelligent – If Intelligent Control is selected, the return air temperature/humidity is controlled at or
near the setpoint. The percent temperature/humidity adjustment required is calculated based on logic
that is programmed into the control. These rules simulate the actions that a human operator would
take if manually controlling the system. This control type is commonly selected on chilled water units.
NOTE
The actual return air temperature sensor reading is always displayed on the Status menu.
The value displayed for the return air humidity sensor reading depends on the Humidity
Sensor Control Type (see - ).
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3.4.2
Humidity Sensor Reading Control Types
The Liebert iCOM control has three humidity sensor control types: Relative, Compensated and Predictive. The humidity sensor control adjusts how the Temperature and Humidity Control determines
the percent requirement for humidification/dehumidification. The humidity sensor control type
parameter, Humidity Control Type, is in both the User and Service menus under Setpoints.
Relative—The actual return air humidity sensor reading is sent to the Temperature and Humidity
Control to determine if and how much humidification/dehumidification is required. The actual return
air humidity reading is displayed on the Status menu. Unnecessary dehumidification can result when
overcooling occurs during a dehumidification cycle. This is because a higher than normal relative
humidity (RH) reading is caused by overcooling the room. This extends the dehumidification cycle.
Later, when the dehumidification ends and the return air temperature rises to the setpoint, the RH
reading falls. The final RH reading will then be lower than actually desired. If significant overcooling
occurred, the RH could be low enough to activate the humidifier.
Compensated—The actual return air humidity sensor reading is sent to the Temperature and Humidity Control where the Humidity Setpoint is adjusted based on how much the return room air temperature deviates from the desired temperature setpoint. The adjusted humidity setpoint is used for
humidification percent requirement determination. For every 1°C deviation from the temperature
setpoint the humidity setpoint is changed by 3% RH, inversely proportional: if the temperature
increases, the humidity setpoint is decreased, and vice versa. The recalculated humidity setpoint is
shown as the Actual Humidity Setpoint (User Menu, Sensor Data). As the humidity setpoint is automatically adjusted, the high and low humidity setpoints (User Menu, Set Alarms) are adjusted
accordingly. The unadjusted humidity sensor reading is displayed on the Status menu.
Predictive—The actual return air humidity sensor reading is adjusted before it is sent to the Temperature and Humidity Control. The humidity sensor reading is adjusted based on how much the return
room air temperature deviates from the desired temperature setpoint. For every 1°C deviation from
the temperature setpoint, the humidity sensor reading is changed by 3% RH, directly proportional: if
the temperature increases, the humidity reading is increased and vice versa. The adjusted humidity
sensor reading is displayed on the Status menu. Units are shipped from the factory with Predictive
humidity control set as default.
If Compensated or Predictive humidity sensor control is selected, overdehumidification is avoided.
When overcooling occurs, causing an increase in the relative humidity sensor reading, the humidity
control program predicts what the RH will be when the dehumidification cycle ends and return air
temperature returns to the setpoint. This allows the dehumidification cycle to end at the proper time.
The Compensated and Predictive humidity sensor control can reduce energy consumption by minimizing compressor and reheat operation, and eliminating unnecessary humidifier operation.
NOTE
The historical humidity sensor graphs will display the real (unadjusted) sensor readings, no
matter which Humidity Control Sensor Type is selected. The graphical sensor data is in the
User menu under Graphics.
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3.4.3
Supply Limit—Optional
Chilled water units may be ordered with an additional sensor for monitoring the supply air temperature. This sensor maintains the minimum air temperature under a raised floor to help prevent condensation from forming. In order to avoid supply temperatures that are too low, the Supply Limit can
influence the opening of the analogue actuators or the output of analog values.
The control compares the deviation from the return air setpoint and the supply limit setpoint, and calculates the output to the actuator from the smaller deviation.
NOTE
The Supply Limit is calculated on each unit, independent of the other sensor readings on the
network.
3.4.4
High and Low, Temperature and Humidity Events
High- and low-temperature and humidity alarms can be set for both the internal and optional external sensors. If a sensor reading exceeds a preset threshold, a warning will appear. These warnings are
ignored after unit startup for a minimum of 1 minute. To increase the delay to warn, see 3.4.6 - Event
Types and Properties. The threshold settings are located in both the User and Service menus under
Set Alarms.
To apply threshold limits on the internal cooling unit sensors, the Return Sensor Alarms must be
enabled. The high and low temperature and humidity internal sensor thresholds can then be set. To
apply threshold limits on the optional external sensors, the Sensor A alarms must be enabled. The
high and low temperature and humidity external sensor thresholds can then be set. If no external
sensors are connected to the unit, it is recommended that the Sensor A Alarms be disabled.
NOTE
There is an auto-reset of the event messages if the temperature/humidity constantly stays 1°C
(1.8°F)/ 2% RH below or above the threshold for a time of one minute.
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3.4.5
User Inputs / Customer Inputs
The user can connect and specify up to four inputs depending on unit configuration. The user
inputs/customer inputs are digital inputs that influence the operating mode of the unit depending on
the selection. The customer input configuration settings are in the Service menu under Set Alarms,
Screen 2 of 7. The choices for the customer inputs are shown in Table 7 along with their associated
reaction. A terminal strip is provided in the cooling unit to connect your contact closure to. You have
the ability to set the control to react on an open or closed contact.
NOTE
To enabled/disabled, delay activation and set event type (alarm, warn, message) see Event
Types on page 26.
Table 7
Customer inputs
Setting
Reaction
Smoke
Event Only
Water Alarm
Event Only
C PMP Alarm
Event Only
Flow Alarm
Event Only
Stdby G Pmp
Event Only
Stdby Unit
Event Only
C-Input 1
Event Only
C-Input 2
Event Only
C-Input 3
Event Only
C-Input 4
Event Only
Rht Lockout
Event + Electrical Heaters Disabled
Hum Lockout
Event + Humidifier Disabled
Rht+Hum Lock
Event + Electrical Heaters and Humidifier Disabled
Comp Lockout
Event + Compressor(s) Disabled w/o Pump Down
Call Service
Event Only
High Temp
Event Only
Air Loss
Event Only
FC Lockout
Event + Free Cooling Disabled
Heater Alarm
Event + Heaters Off
Flow AL SD
Event + Shut Down the Unit
Flow AL LC
Event + Lockout Compressors, No Pump Down (enabled only if at
least one compressor is on; auto-reset depends on input status)
Comp Lock PD
Event + Compressor(s) Disabled w/ Pump Down
Enable FC
Forces Free Cooling to On
HTRJ VFD
Activates the HEAT REJ VFD ALARM; no other function
HTRJ TVSS
Activates the HEAT REJ TVSS ALARM; no other function
Fire Alarm
Event + Shut Down the Unit
2nd Setpoint
Changes setpoint to second setpoint value
No Power
Event + Compressor(s), Heaters, Humidifiers Disabled; Fan ON
Cond 1 Fail
Event Only
Cond 2 Fail
Event Only
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3.4.6
Event Types and Properties
Liebert iCOM events are used to inform the user of cooling unit operational status. All events are
recorded in the Event Log, which is in the User Menu. The user can change the type (alarm, warn,
message) and time delay of some events and can also enable or disable some events. These event settings are in the Service Menu under Set Alarms, pages 3 to 7. If an event has a safety function (high
pressure, low pressure, main fan overload, etc.) the safety function will be executed in any case, independent of the selected event type or if enabled or disabled. The timing will function as set.
NOTE
Not all critical event properties can be adjusted.
Event Types
• Message: If this event occurs, it will only be entered into the event log.
• Warning: If this event occurs, a warning will be generated and entered into the event log. The
general alarm relay will be activated only if parameter WARNING ACTIVATES ALARM RELAY
located in the Service menu under Alarm Setup is set to Yes (Yes is the default setting from the
factory)
• Alarm: If this event occurs, an alarm will be generated and entered into the event log. An alarm
does not necessarily switch off the whole cooling unit; it depends on which alarm occurs. If a
standby unit is set, any alarm will stop the faulty unit and ask the standby unit to start. Standby
activation is achieved on alarms ONLY; messages or warnings will not start the standby unit. For
more on standby units, see 4.0 - Teamwork.
Table 8
Event Behaviour
Event
Type
Audible
Alarm
Red Alarm
LED
Event Log
Entry
Common Alarm
Activated
Alarm
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Warning
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes (see note)
Message
No
No
Yes
No
Note: Default. Set Alarm parameter available to change to NO
Time Delay
Delays the event reaction once it is triggered. The time delay applies to safety functions and is
entered in seconds.
Enable or Disable
Disabled events do not show up in the event log, on the display or on monitoring devices. Also, the
common alarm relay will not be activated if a disabled alarm occurs. Safety functions, such as lockout
compressor in case of high pressure are still performed.
NOTE
Once a disabled event (set to Warn or to Alarm) becomes active, it will lock itself. Disabled
events may be reset only through the menu item Reset Disabled Alarms.
NOTE
The value of the external delay includes the internal delay:
external delay = selectable delay + internal delay.
The minimum setting of the external delay is the value of the internal delay. This is valid only
for values marked with *.
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Table 9
Possible event settings—some events not available in all units
Event
MAIN FAN OVERLOAD
LOSS OF AIRFLOW
CLOGGED FILTERS
HIGH ROOM TEMP
LOW ROOM TEMP
HIGH ROOM HUM
LOW ROOM HUM
HIGH TEMP SENSOR A
LOW TEMP SENSOR A
HIGH HUM SENSOR A
LOW HUM SENSOR A
COMP 1 OVERLOAD
COMP 2 OVERLOAD
COMP 1 HIGH PRESSURE
COMP 2 HIGH PRESSURE
COMP 1 LOW PRESSURE
COMP 2 LOW PRESSURE
COMP 1 PUMPDOWN FAIL
COMP 2 PUMPDOWN FAIL
DIG SCROLL1 HIGH TEMP
DIG SCROLL2 HIGH TEMP
EL HEAT HIGH TEMP
WORKING HRS EXCEEDED
SMOKE DETECTED
WATER UNDER FLOOR
COND PUMP-HIGH WATER
LOSS OF FLOW
STBY GLYCOL PUMP ON
STANDBY UNIT ON
HUMIDIFIER PROBLEM
NO CONNECTION w/Unit1
UNIT X DISCONNECTED
LOSS OF POWER
CUSTOMER INPUT 1
CUSTOMER INPUT 2
CUSTOMER INPUT 3
CUSTOMER INPUT 4
CALL SERVICE
HIGH TEMPERATURE
LOSS OF AIR BLOWER 1
REHEAT LOCKOUT
HUMIDIFIER LOCKOUT
FC LOCKOUT
COMPRESSOR(S) LOCKOUT
COMP 1 SHORT CYCLE
COMP 2 SHORT CYCLE
Internal Delay
(Before Action Occurs)
Default Delay / Selectable
(Before Action Occurs)
Type
(default)
2 seconds
3 seconds
2 seconds
1 Min After Fan On
1 Min After Fan On
1 Min After Fan On
1 Min After Fan On
1 Min After Fan On
1 Min After Fan On
1 Min After Fan On
1 Min After Fan On
Internal Calc.
Internal Calc.
Internal Calc.
5 seconds / 0 – 9999 *
3 seconds / 0 – 9999 *
2 seconds / 0 – 9999 *
30 seconds / 0 – 9999
30 seconds / 0 – 9999
30 seconds / 0 – 9999
30 seconds / 0 – 9999
30 seconds / 0 – 9999
30 seconds / 0 – 9999
30 seconds / 0 – 9999
30 seconds / 0 – 9999
no
no
no
ALM
ALM
WRN
Fixed to WRN
Fixed to WRN
Fixed to WRN
Fixed to WRN
Fixed to WRN
Fixed to WRN
Fixed to WRN
Fixed to WRN
ALM
ALM
ALM
Internal Calc.
Internal Calc.
Internal Calc.
Internal Calc.
Internal Calc.
Internal Calc.
Internal Calc.
5 Sec
0 Sec
2 Sec
2 Sec
2 Sec
5 Sec
Reset Delay: 10 Sec
2 Sec
2 Sec
2 Sec
Internal Calc.
Internal Calc.
0 Sec
2 Sec
2 Sec
2 Sec
2 Sec
2 Sec
2 Sec
2 Sec
2 Sec
2 Sec
2 Sec
2 Sec
0 Sec
0 Sec
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
0 sec / 0 – 9999
0 sec / 0 – 9999
2 sec / 0 – 9999 *
2 sec / 0 – 9999 *
2 sec / 0 – 9999 *
ALM
ALM
ALM
ALM
ALM
ALM
ALM
WRN
Fixed to WRN
ALM
ALM
ALM
2 sec / 0 – 9999 *
ALM
2 sec / 0 – 9999 *
2 sec / 0 – 9999 *
2 sec / 0 – 9999 *
No
2 sec / 0 – 9999 *
2 sec / 0 – 9999 *
2 sec / 0 – 9999 *
2 sec / 0 – 9999 *
2 sec / 0 – 9999 *
2 sec / 0 – 9999 *
2 sec / 0 – 9999 *
2 sec / 0 – 9999 *
2 sec / 0 – 9999 *
2 sec / 0 – 9999 *
2 sec / 0 – 9999 *
0 - 9999
0 - 9999
ALM
ALM
ALM
WRN
WRN
ALM
ALM
ALM
ALM
ALM
MSG
MSG
ALM
WRN
WRN
WRN
WRN
MSG
MSG
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3.5
POSSIBLE EVENT NOTIFICATIONS
Table 10 lists alarms and warnings that may occur in a cooling unit. When any of these occur, they
will appear on the Liebert iCOM Status menu and will be recorded in the Liebert iCOM Event log.
Table 10
Event notifications—large or small display
Event
Type
COMP 1 HRS EXCEEDED
WRN
COMP 2 HRS EXCEEDED
WRN
EL HEAT1 HRS EXCEEDED
WRN
EL HEAT2 HRS EXCEEDED
WRN
EL HEAT3 HRS EXCEEDED
WRN
FC HRS EXCEEDED
WRN
GENERAL ALARM
ALM
GLYCOL TEMP SENSOR
WRN
HIGH CW TEMP
WRN
HUM HRS EXCEEDED
WRN
HUMIDIFIER PROBLEM
—
HW/HG HRS EXCEEDED
WRN
LOSS OF CW FLOW
WRN
NETWORK FAILURE
WRN
ON-OFF KEY DISABLED
WRN
POWER ON
MSG
POWER OFF
MSG
ROOM SENSOR FAILURE
ALM
UNIT DISABLED
MSG
UNIT HRS EXCEEDED
WRN
UNIT ON
MSG
UNIT OFF
MSG
UNIT DISABLED
MSG
UNIT SHUTDOWN
MSG
UNIT SYNCHRONIZATION
MSG
SENSOR A FAILURE
WRN
SLEEP MODE
MSG
STANDBY MODE
MSG
SUPPLY SENSOR FAILURE
WRN
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3.6
Next Maintenance Calculation
The next maintenance calculation, as well as the included diagnostics feature, will help run the cooling unit optimally to ensure minimum component stress resulting in maximum reliability. The diagnostics will help the service engineer evaluate the unit’s operation, reading back operational data
since the last maintenance.
3.6.1
Calculation of Next Maintenance and Diagnostics
The following components are included in the calculation, each one individually:
•
•
•
•
•
Fan(s)
Compressor 1
Compressor 2
Electric Heaters
Humidifier
For each individual component, the next maintenance will be calculated from the following parameters:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Standard service interval (1, 2 or 4 times a year) (to be set)
Working hours (counted)
Number of starts (counted)
Average running time (calculated)
Optimum number of starts per hour (to be set)
Maximum number of starts per hour (to be set)
Maximum bonus to enlarge time to next maintenance (to be set)
Maximum penalty to reduce time to next maintenance (to be set)
Calculating Unit Wellness
Liebert iCOM keeps tabs on the condition of a cooling unit, determining its wellness and projecting
when service will be needed, for the entire unit as well as for individual components. This assists in
scheduling maintenance calls and helps pinpoint components likely to require service.
Liebert iCOM displays a graphic for needed maintenance. It begins with the standard maintenance
interval—12 months, six months or three months—and adjusts that based on its calculation of components’ wellness.
To calculate wellness, Liebert iCOM keeps a running total of component working hours and the number of times it has been started. Liebert iCOM relates that data to the optimum/maximum starts per
hour. Accordingly, Liebert iCOM will increase or decrease the time before the next service call will be
needed.
The more frequently a component starts, the sooner it is likely to need maintenance. If, for example, a
unit’s fan runs continuously, but it’s compressor starts and stops often, Liebert iCOM records that
and calls for maintenance based on the compressor’s wellness factor.
Alarms and warnings, such as clogged filters or high or low pressure, reduce the time till the next
maintenance to zero. If the alarm is cleared and reset, Liebert iCOM recalculates wellness. It begins
with the pre-alarm maintenance time and factors in the alarm.
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Parameters for Next Maintenance Calculation
General Maintenance Settings
• Maintenance Frequency—can be set as one to 12 months or to zero, which disables maintenance
calculation
• Max. Bonus—increases the time to next maintenance with the set value, if all components run
optimally (number of starts, average running time)
• Max. Penalty value—decreases the time to next maintenance with the set value, if some components run in non-optimum way (number of starts, average running time)
• Last Maintenance—date can be set from service-engineer; informational
• Service-Engineer—name of the service engineer; editable
• Reset—puts all counters of all components, such as (motor, compressors, heaters and humidifier),
at zero and starts a new maintenance calculation (reset to be done after maintenance)
Fans / Heaters / Humidifier Settings and Diagnostics
• Number of starts and Working hours are counted separately since the last maintenance. Total
working hours can be read in the standard working hours window (customer window).
• Average Working Hours is the calculation, resulting from starts and working hours.
• Starts per Day Optimum is the number of starts considered as optimum.
• Starts per Day Worst is the number of starts considered as hunting (worst case).
• Number of Alarms counts the alarms, happened between two service intervals.
• Actual Bonus is calculated from number of starts and average working time. Can be positive
(bonus) or negative (penalty). This value influences the time remaining to the next maintenance.
Compressor 1 / 2 Settings and Diagnostics
• Number of starts and Working hours are individually counted since the last maintenance. Total
working hours can be read in the standard working hours window (customer window).
• Average Working Hours is the calculation, resulting from starts and working hours.
• Starts per Day Optimum is the number of starts considered as optimum.
• Starts per Day Worst is the number of starts considered as hunting (worst case).
• Number of HP Alarms counts the high-pressure alarms, happened between 2 service intervals.
• Number of LP Alarms counts the low-pressure alarms, happened between 2 service intervals.
• Number of TH Alarms counts the thermal protection alarms, happened between 2 service intervals.
• Actual Bonus is calculated from number of starts and average working time. Can be positive
(bonus) or negative (penalty). This value influences the time remaining to the next maintenance.
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Teamwork
4.0
TEAMWORK
Unit-2-Unit (U2U) Communications via a private network will allow the following functions to be
placed into operation when the requirement exists. The user must install the correct hardware
(see 5.0 - Installing a Liebert iCOM Unit-to-Unit Network) and properly program the units for the
selected functionality.
The Liebert iCOM network can perform the following functions:
The Teamwork Mode functions allow for multiple stages of cooling/heating and humidification/dehumidification. Teamwork Mode can be used to prevent environmental units from “fighting,” where one
environmental unit might be cooling while another unit is heating.
The Standby (Lead/Lag) function allows one or more units to be set as “Running” and “Standby” for
activation in case of an alarm. This function also allows the units to be programmed in a rotation to
help ensure “Standby” unit operation.
The Cascade Operation function allows additional units to be staged-on based on the temperature or
humidity requirement.
4.1
Teamwork Modes
Groups of cooling units connected to a network can be set up to work together in any of three teamwork modes: No Teamwork, Teamwork Mode 1 and Teamwork Mode 2. All Liebert iCOM-controlled
cooling units on a network must be set to run in the same Teamwork mode.
4.1.1
Application of Teamwork Modes
• No Teamwork: Multiple zones in one room.
• Teamwork Mode 1: Balanced load (small groups of units inside the same environment)
• Teamwork Mode 2: Unbalanced load (large rooms, not all units will have the same load) (work
well for most applications)
All units in a network will run in the same Teamwork Mode.
4.1.2
No Teamwork
All cooling units work independently, responding to their own sensors.
Standby function and unit rotation are possible, but cascading is not (see Standby and Cascade on
page 33). Autoset will not adjust the proportional band in Teamwork mode No.
4.1.3
Teamwork Mode 1
Teamwork Mode 1 works best in small rooms with balanced heat loads. This mode does not operate
based on the most demanding unit on the network. The return temperature and humidity sensor
readings of all units in operation (fan on) are averaged by the master unit, Unit #1, and used for control. The master unit will send the performance requests unitwise according to unit numbers, rotated
by one unit every 24 hours.
In this teamwork mode most of the parameters are shared; if set in any one of the units, all other
units will follow with the same settings. AutoSet will adjust the proportional band in Teamwork
Mode 1, see 3.2.1 - Temperature Proportional Band.
The master unit evenly divides the system proportional band among the number of available units.
Each unit will receive instruction on how to operate from the master unit based on how far the system
deviates from the setpoints.
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The number of available units is calculated like:
• In non-standby configuration: all units with fan on
• In typical standby function (no cascade): all units with fan on
• In cascade mode: all units that could operate (no alarm, which forces the unit to switch off, unit
not switched off, etc.)
NOTE
1. Proportional actuators (eg. chilled water valves) are driven in parallel in all units.
2. Low limit during dehumidification and low supply limit control air local functions are
managed from each unit independently.
Figure 17 shows how two cooling units work together in Teamwork Mode 1. Since Unit 1 and Unit 2
are available to operate, the master unit, Unit 1, averages the temperature and humidity sensor readings from each unit.
The master unit determines that a 60% call for cooling is required for the system. Since there are two
available cooling units, each unit makes up half of the system proportional band; Unit 1 handles 050% system call for cooling and Unit 2 handles 51-100%. For every 1% system call for cooling, each
unit provides 2% of its total cooling capacity.
The 60% system call for cooling exceeds the 50% Unit 1 can provide, so Unit 1 operates at full capacity. The remaining 10% system call for cooling (60% - 50% = 10%) is handled by Unit 2. Unit 2
responds by operating at 20% cooling capacity (50% ÷ 10% = 20%).
Figure 17 Teamwork Mode 1 with two cooling units
System Deviation : 60%
System
Proportional
Band
Heating
Cooling
- Temp
½ Proportional Band
- 100 %
½ Proportional Band
0%
Setpoint
Unit1 Deviation: 100%
Individual
Units
+
Temp
+ 100 %
Unit2 Deviation: 20%
Cooling
Cooling
+ Temp
½ Proportional Band
0%
+ 100%
Setpoint
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+ Temp
½ Proportional Band
0%
+ 100%
Setpoint
Teamwork
4.1.4
Teamwork Mode 2
Teamwork Mode 2 is designed to prevent units within a group from working against each other or
“fighting.” It is best applied in large rooms with unbalanced heat loads. In Teamwork Mode 2, all
parameters are shared equal to Mode 1, and Unit #1 averages all of the available unit sensor readings
on the network to define whether there is a cooling, heating, dehumidification or humidification
request.
If there is a cooling request, all units are released to start cooling resources according to their own
temperature readings; heating is disabled for all units – and vice versa. Same for humidity control.
If the network average would ask for 0% proportional band, the most demanding request (highest or
lowest temperature of all units, highest or lowest humidity of all units) would be used to define the
operation to be performed.
NOTE
In Teamwork Mode 2, all units must have the same setpoints. The units’ proportional band,
deadband and related settings may differ.
4.1.5
Standby – Rotation
Typical Standby (Lead/Lag) Function
This function can be performed in any teamwork mode, including NO.
One or more units can be defined to be Standby; the normal status of standby units is Standby Off
(fan off).
In case one regular unit has an alarm that is defined (to be defined in the alarm configuration), to
switch on a standby unit, the faulty unit will switch off and the standby unit will switch on.
If the next unit has an alarm, the next standby unit will be started. If no more standby units are
available, the unit with a non-critical alarm that permits unit operation will be switched on again
(water detection, fan alarm, fire alarm etc. will not permit unit restarting).
The standby function can be rotated daily (setting the time), weekly (setting the day of the week and
time) or monthly (setting the first weekday of the month and time).
The rotation is performed with a selectable number of units: if 1 is selected, the standby rotates from
1-2 to 2-3 in a 4 unit configuration with two standby units, and rotates from 1-2 to 3-4 in the same
configuration, when the rotation parameter is set to 2.
NOTE
Before entering standby mode, units will operate the fan only for 3 minutes to cool the
electrical heaters, remove steam from the unit, etc.
Standby and Cascade
Cascade is possible in Teamwork Mode 1 only.
Standby units will start if an alarm occurs in one of the operational units. If the standby units are
cascaded, they will also start and work with the regular operational units if the temperature or
humidity cannot be controlled by the operational units; before a high or low temperature / humidity
condition occurs. Cascaded units are switched off again as soon as the temperature / humidity returns
back to normal.
The master unit defines its proportional band according to the number of available units (see 4.1.3 Teamwork Mode 1).
When a standby unit receives a request for full heating or cooling from the master unit (see 3.2.1 Temperature Proportional Band), it will respond to the request after its control delay.
NOTE
Cascaded units are not included in the calculation of the average temperature / humidity.
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5.0
INSTALLING A LIEBERT ICOM UNIT-TO-UNIT NETWORK
Connecting multiple Liebert iCOM-controlled cooling units in an Ethernet Unit-to-Unit (U2U) network enables the units to work together to achieve efficient cooling and humidity control of the conditioned space. Networking enables setting up the cooling units to exchange data for various modes of
operation:
•
•
•
•
Teamwork
Lead/Lag-Standby
Rotation
Cascade
However the cooling units are set up, a large display may be used to control and view the operational
status of individual units or of the entire system.
NOTE
The maximum number of cooling units that may be interconnected is 32.
5.1
Placement of Cooling Units
Refer to the cooling unit product manuals for details on installation. Also consider these factors when
planning for installation of cooling units with Liebert iCOM controls:
•
•
•
•
5.2
heat load in the conditioned space
cooling air distribution
number of operating units versus number of standby cooling units
location of the network switch—An Ethernet cable cannot exceed 100m (328 feet)
U2U Hardware: Cables and Network Switch
Plan wiring runs for U2U communication when designing the layout of your conditioned space. In
addition to general good wiring practices, take into account:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Ethernet CAT5ee or greater cable is required for interconnecting the units.
Maximum distance must not exceed 100m (328 feet).
A device to boost the Ethernet signal may be used to exceed the 100m (328 feet) length limitation.
Ethernet network should be private—set up only for management and control of the cooling units.
Keep control and communication cables away from power cables to prevent electromagnetic interference.
Do not bend cables to less than four times the diameter of the cable.
Do not deform cables when securing in bundles or when hanging them.
Keep cables away from devices that can introduce noise into them, such as machines, fluorescent
lights, and electronics.
Avoid stretching Ethernet cables—tension when pulling cables should not exceed 11kg (25lb.).
Do not secure Ethernet cables with any method that might damage them; use approved hangers,
such as telephone wire/RG-6 coaxial wire hangers.
Network Switch Requirements
Field supplied network switches should be from a recognised manufacturer and meet the following
minimum requirements:
• IEEE 802.3; IEEE 802.3u compliant
• 10/100 Mbps speed
• Multiple 10/100 RJ-45 (auto MDI/MDI-X) ports
The Liebert vNSA™ is an approved powered network switch designed to support Liebert iCOM U2U
networks. See Liebert vNSA on page 40 for details.
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Installing a Liebert iCOM Unit-to-Unit Network
5.3
Wiring for Unit-to-Unit Communications—U2U
Cooling units come from the factory-wired for stand-alone operation.
Liebert iCOM U2U Ethernet Network
The Liebert iCOM U2U network must be isolated from other network traffic. The network switch(es)
that connect Liebert iCOM controls need to be dedicated to supporting only Liebert iCOM communication. The U2U network cannot be connected to the building or IT network. If network communication is ever lost (failed network switch, etc.), all Liebert iCOM-controlled cooling units will continue to
operate as independent units.
The Liebert iCOM control can support up to 64 nodes on one network. An input/output board, large
display, and large wall-mount display are each considered one node. Of the 64 nodes that may be connected, no more than 32 may be input/output boards (32 cooling units). A small display is not considered a node. Small displays connect directly to input/output boards that do not have large displays
attached to them. The following table illustrates how a network can be configured.
Table 11
Sample Liebert iCOM network configurations
Sample
Configuration
Input/Output
Boards
Large
Displays
Small
Displays
Wall Mount
Large
Displays
Private
Switch
Required
1
2
0
2
0
No
2
2
0
2
1
Yes
3
3
0
3
0
Yes
4
2
1
1
0
Yes
5
8
4
4
1
Yes
6
32
32
0
0
Yes
7
32
27
5
5
Yes
8
32
0
32
32
Yes
Network communication can be configured during system startup by an Emerson-trained technician.
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Installing a Liebert iCOM Unit-to-Unit Network
5.3.1
Wiring a Liebert iCOM U2U Network
Small Displays
Two cooling units, each with a small display: To network two cooling units, each with a small display,
connect a crossover CAT5e cable between the P64 connectors on each cooling unit’s Liebert iCOM
input/output board. A network switch is not needed (see Figure 18).
Figure 18 Connecting two cooling units, each with a small display using a crossover Ethernet cable
Three or more units with small displays: To network three or more cooling units, each equipped with
a small display, connect a straight-through CAT5e Ethernet cable from the P64 connector on each
cooling unit’s Liebert iCOM input/output board to a common network switch (see Figure 20).
Large Displays
A network switch is required to enable Ethernet communication on one or more cooling units with
large displays. Each cooling unit with a large display requires two straight-through Ethernet cables
from a network switch. One cable connects to port P64 on the Liebert iCOM input/output board and
the other cable connects to port P64 on the back of the large display (see Figure 22).
Wall-Mount Large Display
Only large displays can be used for remotely monitoring and controlling cooling units connected on
the same network. Each wall-mount large display requires 230V (120V) input power; Emerson provides an AC adapter wall plug. A straight-through Ethernet cable must be connected between the network switch and the P64 port on the back of the display. This will enable control and monitoring
capabilities to any cooling unit connected to the network. See 6.0 - Mounting a Large Display on a
Wall for mounting details and Figure 25 for wall-mount dimensions.
Combining Large and Small Displays on a U2U Network
Setting up a network of cooling units equipped with large and small displays requires a network
switch. The controls are to be connected to the switch as described above.
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Installing a Liebert iCOM Unit-to-Unit Network
Figure 19 Wiring a small display for stand-alone operation
CAN CABLE
P66
CAN
STANDARD SMALL
GRAPHICS DISPLAY
(REAR VIEW)
P63
P66
P7
P13
iCOM
I/O BOARD
P67
E5
P64
P12
P11
P61
P65
Figure 20 Wiring a small display for U2U network operation
CAN CABLE
P66
CAN
CUSTOMER CONNECTION
POINTS, SEE NOTE 1
STANDARD SMALL
GRAPHICS DISPLAY
(REAR VIEW)
LEGEND
Factory wiring
Field/customer wiring
P63
E5
P64
U2U NETWORKING SWITCH
(FIELD SUPPLIED)
P13
P7
iCOM
I/O
BOARD
P12
P11
P66
P65
P67
P61
STRAIGHT THROUGH
ETHERNET CABLE
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TO / FROM OTHER
NETWORKED UNITS
(64 nodes total; maximum of 32
input/output boards)
Installing a Liebert iCOM Unit-to-Unit Network
Figure 21 Wiring a large display for stand-alone operation
CAN CABLE
ETHERNET
CROSSOVER
CABLE (RED)
P64 P66
U2U CAN
SEE NOTE 2
OPTIONAL LARGE
GRAPHICS DISPLAY
(REAR VIEW)
P61
P63
E5
P66
P67
P64
P65
P7
P13
P12
P11
iCOM
I/O
BOARD
Figure 22 Wiring a large display for U2U network operation
CAN CABLE
P64 P66
U2U CAN
SEE NOTE 2
CUSTOMER CONNECTION
POINTS, SEE NOTE 3
OPTIONAL LARGE
GRAPHICS DISPLAY
(REAR VIEW)
LEGEND
Factory wiring
Field/customer wiring
P63
E5
P64
U2U NETWORKING SWITCH
(FIELD SUPPLIED)
P13
P7
iCOM
I/O
BOARD
P12
P11
P66
P65
P67
P61
TO / FROM OTHER
NETWORKED UNITS
STRAIGHT
(64 nodes total; maximum of 32
THROUGH
input/output boards)
ETHERNET CABLES
CONNECT TO P64
ON DISPLAY AND I/O
BOARD
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Installing a Liebert iCOM Unit-to-Unit Network
Networking Installation Notes:
1. On units with the standard Small Graphics display, the customer connection point for unit to unit
(U2U) networking is to P64 on the microprocessor I/O board.
2. When the optional Large Graphics display is used, both cables (P64 and P66) are required.
3. On units with the optional Large Graphics display, remove the red crossover cable from P64 on
both display and I/O boards. The first customer connection point is to P64 on the I/O board. The second customer connection point is to P64 on the rear of the large display. This connects the I/O board
and the large display to the private U2U network.
Figure 23 Liebert iCOM input-output control board
P65
P61
P63
P64
(RJ-45 Jack)
P67
P66
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Installing a Liebert iCOM Unit-to-Unit Network
Liebert vNSA
The Liebert vNSA is designed to connect multiple Liebert iCOM control devices. The Liebert vNSA
contains either one or two powered industrial rail switches. An optional remote large display can be
attached to the front door as well. All models have a power supply that requires connection to a single
phase 230V or 120VAC power source. The enclosure features a key lock for security.
The Liebert vNSA supports autonegotiation, autopolarity and autocrossing, allowing for the use of
standard network cables for connection to each port, rather than special crossover cables. The switch
detects and makes adjustments for the network's speed and transmission mode, polarity and transmit-and-receive pins. See the Liebert vNSA user manual, SL-18840, for more details.
The number of ports available for connecting Liebert iCOM control devices varies by model as shown
in Table 12. Models with a remote large display attached to the front door utilize one of the available
Ethernet ports in the Liebert vNSA. Models with two switches utilize two ports to connect the
switches.
Table 12
Ports available for connecting Liebert iCOM control devices
Liebert
vNSA With
Number of Ports Number of Ports
Number of Ports
Remote
Used to Connect
Used to
Available to
Large
Total Number Remote Large
Interconnect Connect Liebert iCOM
Display
of Ports
Display
Switches
Control Devices
Model
Liebert vNSA8-Liebert
iCOM
Liebert vNSA16Liebert iCOM
Liebert vNSA8
Liebert vNSA16
Yes
No
8
1
-
7
16
1
2
13
8
-
-
8
16
-
2
14
Figure 24 Liebert vNSA with optional large graphic display
3.298"
(84mm)
12"
(305mm)
14.25"
(362mm)
DPN001136
Rev. 0
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5.4
External Communications—Building Management Systems, Liebert SiteScan®
Liebert iCOM is capable of communicating with external monitoring systems, such as Building Management Systems (BMS), Network Monitoring Systems (NMS), Liebert's SiteScan® Web system and
others.
Each Liebert iCOM-controlled cooling unit is equipped with Liebert IntelliSlot plug-in slots for use
with optional communication cards:
• Ethernet Web/SNMP Card
• EIA-485 Modbus Card
The hot-swappable plug-in cards provide interfaces supporting open protocols, including Modbus,
HTTP (Web) and SNMP. See the Liebert Web site for the latest supported protocols, Modbus reference information and SNMP MIB's.
An alternative, limited method of communicating with an existing Liebert SiteScan Web monitoring
system is via twisted-pair cables connected to terminals 77 and 78 on the cooling unit terminal strip.
To use this method, the Liebert IntelliSlot power supply connection to P65 on the iCOM I/O board
must be unplugged, and the factory-supplied 77-78 cable must be connected to P65 (follow Liebert SiteScan instructions for further connections). The appropriate Liebert iCOM control parameters will
also need to be configured to utilize the terminals.
NOTE
Liebert SiteScan will be limited to legacy parameters when communicating via terminals 77
and 78.
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Mounting a Large Display on a Wall
6.0
MOUNTING A LARGE DISPLAY ON A WALL
6.0.1
Location Considerations
Consider these factors before beginning work on a wall-mount installation:
• Power supply—Liebert iCOM requires an electricity source. A factory-supplied 110-230VAC input
power pack connects to the back of the large display.
• Availability of communication cable—CAT5e Ethernet cable connection on the back of the large
display
• Distance from network switch—maximum of 100m (328 feet)
• Accessible location for personnel
Necessary Mounting Items
• #10 pan head type screws or bolts—quantity 2, field-supplied
• Wall anchors sized for #10 pan head type screws or bolts—quantity 2, field-supplied, if mounting
on gyprock wall or similar surface
Mounting Instructions
1. See Figure 25 for dimensions and mounting arrangements. Mark the wall where screws or bolts
will be inserted to support the large display.
Either of two mounting methods may be used:
a. Secure the back of the large display to the wall by inserting screws or bolts through the
elliptical slots (recommended mounting method), or
b. Insert screws in the wall and use the keyhole-shaped holes on the back of the housing
2. Route the factory-supplied power supply cable and field-supplied CAT5e Ethernet cable through
the wall to the mounting location for connection to the rear of the Liebert iCOM wall-mount
display (see Figure 25).
3. Remove the back of the display by prying it away from the front half of the housing using the coin
slots along the seam.
4. Insert the power and Ethernet cables through slots in the rear of the display (slots are marked).
Leave adequate slack for connections and mounting.
To relieve strain on the connections to the display circuit board:
a. Use the strain-relief slots above the connections on the upper part of the recessed area to hold
the cables.
b. Use a twist tie to secure the cables to the small bridge on the back of the display.
5. Position the display and use either of the following methods to attach the display to the wall:
a. Elliptical Slot Mounting: Insert the #10 pan head screws or bolts through the elliptical slots
and screw into the wall or wall anchors. Tighten firmly.
OR
b. Keyhole Slot Mounting: Insert the #10 pan head screws or bolts into the wall, leaving space
between the screw head and wall to permit hanging the display.
6. Connect the power and Ethernet cables to the display circuit board (the board is marked).
7. Attach the front of the display to the mounted rear panel of the assembly—unit snaps together.
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Mounting a Large Display on a Wall
Figure 25 Liebert iCOM display dimensions
U2U CAT5e Cable
100m (328ft.) max to be
field supplied &
connected to switch
AC Adaptor/Plug
230V/50Hz-12VDC
3.05m (10ft.) routed
through wall to back of
display housing
(provided by Emerson)
12V DC PWR
49mm
(1.92")
203mm
(8.00")
SW/U2U
106mm
(4.17")
80mm
(3.14")
36mm
(1.40")
224mm
(8.83")
115mm
(4.52")
36mm
(1.40")
54mm
(2.11")
FRONT VIEW
SIDE VIEW
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Primary mount
method
105mm
(4.13")
132mm
(5.20")
BACK VIEW
User Menu Parameters
7.0
USER MENU PARAMETERS
User menus report general cooling unit operations and status. The password for the user menu is
1490.
The iCOM control firmware is being updated constantly. As a result, the User menu parameter tables
in this manual may be slightly different than what is shown on your cooling unit's display. Contact
your local Emerson office for the latest iCOM User manual updates.
°C / °F Table 13
% RH
SET
Setpoints parameters
Function
Large Display
Small Display
Read/
Write
Range
Metric (Imperial)
Default
Setting
PASSWORD
W
-
-
Page 1 of 1
Password
Temperature Setpoint
TEMP SET
W
5-40°C (41-104°F)
23°C (73°F)
Humidity Setpoint
HUM SET
W
20-80%
50%
Humidity Control Type
HUM CTRL
W
Relative, Compensated, Predictive
Predictive
Supply Limit
SUP LIM
W
Enabled, Disabled
Disabled
Supply Limit Temp Value
SUP TEMP
W
5-25°C (41-77°F)
5°C (41°F)
Spare Part List—Large Display Only
Displays the various Liebert part numbers for all parts in the cooling unit to simplify ordering
replacement parts.
Table 14
Spare part list parameters—large display only
Function
Large Display
Small Display
Read/
Write
Range
Metric (Imperial)
Default
Setting
N/A
R
-
-
Page 1 of 1
List of parts
Table 15
Event log parameters
Function
EVENT
LOG
Large Display
Small Display
Read/
Write
Range
Metric (Imperial)
Default
Setting
R
-
-
Page 1 of 1
Last 400 events
Last 400 events
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User Menu Parameters
Table 16
Graphics parameters
Function
Small Display
Read/
Write
System temperature time scale
N/A
W
System temperature graph height
N/A
W
System humidity time scale
N/A
W
Large Display
Range
Metric (Imperial)
Default
Setting
Page 1 of 1
System humidity graph height
8,32 min; 1,12,24 hours,
2,4,8,16 days
±3-20°C (±5-36°F)
8,32 min; 1,12,24 hours,
2,4,8,16 days
±10-30%
8,32 min; 1,12,24 hours,
2,4,8,16 days
24 hours
6°C (11°F)
24 hours
N/A
UNIT TEMPERATURE TIME
SCALE
UNIT TEMPERATURE
GRAPH HEIGHT
W
W
±3-20°C (±5-36°F)
6°C(11°F)
Unit humidity time scale
UNIT HUMIDITY TIME SCALE
W
8,32 min; 1,12,24 hours,
2,4,8,16 days
24 hours
Unit humidity graph height
UNIT HUMIDITY GRAPH
HEIGHT
W
±10-30%
25%
Unit temperature time scale
Unit temperature graph height
Table 17
W
View network parameters—large display only*
Function
Large Display
Page 1 of 1
Status Unit 1—32
Small Display
Read/
Write
Range
Metric (Imperial)
Default
Setting
N/A
R
-
-
* Permits viewing all units connected in a network. Viewable on a large display only.
Table 18
Set alarms parameters
SET
ALARMS
Function
Large Display
Small Display
Read/
Write
Range
Metric (Imperial)
Default
Setting
Page 1 of 1
Password
PASSWORD
W
-
-
Return Sensor Alarms
RTN SNSR
W
Enabled, Disabled
Enabled
High Return Temperature
HI TEMP
W
1-99°C (34-210°F)
27°C (80°F)
Low Return Temperature
LO TEMP
W
1-99°C (34-210°F)
18°C (65°F)
High Return Humidity
HI HUM
W
1-99%
60%
Low Return Humidity
LOW HUM
W
1-99%
40%
Sensor A Alarms
SENSOR A
W
Enabled, Disabled
Disabled
High Temperature Sensor A
HI TEMP A
W
1-99°C (34-210°F)
32°C (90°F)
Low Temperature Sensor A
LO TEMP A
W
1-99°C (34-210°F)
13°C (55°F)
High Humidity Sensor A
HI HUM A
W
1-99%
70%
Low Humidity Sensor A
LO HUM A
W
1-99%
30%
45
25%
24 hours
User Menu Parameters
Table 19
Sensor data parameters
Function
Large Display
Small Display
Read/
Write
Range
Metric (Imperial)
Default
Setting
Page 1 of 2
Actual Temperature Setpoint
TEMP SET
R
5-40°C (41-104°F)
-
Actual Humidity Setpoint
HUM SET
R
20-80%
-
Optional Sensor A Temperature
TEMP A
R
0-50°C (32-122°F)
-
Optional Sensor A Humidity
HUM A
R
20-80%
-
Optional Sensor B Temperature
TEMP B
R
0-50°C (32-122°F)
-
Optional Sensor B Humidity
HUM B
R
20-80%
-
Optional Sensor C Temperature
TEMP C
R
0-50°C (32-122°F)
-
Optional Sensor C Humidity
HUM C
R
20-80%
-
Freecooling Fluid Temperature
FC TEMP
R
-15-45°C (4-113°F)
-
DigiScroll 1 Temperature
DS1 TEMP
R
29-156°C (84-313°F)
-
DigiScroll 2 Temperature
DS2 TEMP
R
29-156°C (84-313°F)
-
Freecooling Status
FC STATE
R
Off, Start, On
-
Daily High Temperature
HI TEMP
R
0-50°C (32-122°F)
-
Daily Low Temperature
LO TEMP
R
0-50°C (32-122°F)
-
Daily High Humidity
HI HUMI
R
20-80%
-
Daily Low Humidity
LO HUMI
R
20-80%
-
Page 2 of 2
Active Alarms
Permits viewing all current, active alarms.
Table 20
Active alarms parameters
!
ACTIVE
ALARMS
Function
Large Display
Small Display
Read/
Write
Range
Metric (Imperial)
Default
Setting
ACTIVE ALARMS
R
-
-
Page 1 of 1
Active Alarms
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User Menu Parameters
Table 21
12
9
SET
Display setup parameters
3
Function
6
Large Display
Small Display
Read/
Write
Range
Metric (Imperial)
Default
Setting
W
English, …
English
Page 1 of 1
Language
LANGUAGE
Date
YEAR/MONTH/DAY
W
-
-
Time
HOUR/MINUTE/SECOND
W
hh/mm/ss
-
Temperature Indication
TEMP F/C
W
°C,°F
°C
Display Contrast
CONTRAST
W
0-100%
50%
Buzzer Frequency
BUZ FREQ / BUZ TEST
W
0-100%
50%
Backlite Off After x Hours
BACKLITE
W
5min, 10min, 30min, 1h, 12h
5 min
W
Graphical, Simple,
Graphical Comma,
Simple Comma
Graphical
SCREEN
Screen
Display Shows
SHOWS
W
Set, Act, Set+Act
Set+Act
Display Colors
DISPLAY
W
Normal, Inverted
Direct
Date Format
DATE
W
mm/dd/yyyy
dd.mm.yyyy
yyyy-mm-dd
mm/dd/yyyy
Table 22
Total run hours parameters
1234h
Function
Large Display
Small Display
Read/
Write
Range
Metric (Imperial)
Default
Setting
Page 1 of 1
Actual Hours / Limit
-
Fan Motor(s)
MOTOR(S)
-
-
-
W
0-32000
-
Fan Motor(s) Limit
LIMIT
W
0-32000
0
Compressor 1
COMP1
W
0-32000
-
Compressor 1 Limit
LIMIT
W
0-32000
0
Compressor 2
COMP2
W
0-32000
-
Compressor 2 Limit
LIMIT
W
0-32000
0
Chilled Water/Free Cool
CW/FC
W
0-32000
-
Chilled Water/Free Cool Limit
LIMIT
W
0-32000
0
HotGas / HotWater
HG / HW
W
0-32000
-
HotGas / HotWater Limit
LIMIT
W
0-32000
0
Electric Heater 1
EL HEAT1
W
0-32000
-
Electric Heater 1 Limit
LIMIT
W
0-32000
0
Electric Heater 2
EL HEAT2
W
0-32000
-
Electric Heater 2 Limit
LIMIT
W
0-32000
0
Electric Heater 3
EL HEAT3
W
0-32000
-
Electric Heater 3 Limit
LIMIT
W
0-32000
0
Humidifier
HUM
W
0-32000
-
Humidifier Limit
LIMIT
W
0-32000
0
Dehumidification
DEHUM
W
0-32000
-
Dehumidification Limit
LIMIT
W
0-32000
0
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User Menu Parameters
12
9
3
Table 23
Timer parameters—Sleep Mode
6
Function
Large Display
Small Display
Read/
Write
Range
Metric (Imperial)
Default
Setting
W
-
-
-
-
-
Page 1 of 1
Password
PASSWORD
Sleep On:
-
Mon
MON
W
No, Yes
No
Tue
TUE
W
No, Yes
No
Wed
WED
W
No, Yes
No
Thu
THU
W
No, Yes
No
Fri
FRI
W
No, Yes
No
Sat
SAT
W
No, Yes
No
Sun
SUN
W
No, Yes
No
Sleep Every Day (1)
-
-
-
-
From / To
START1 / START1 /
STOP1 / STOP1
W
Time (hh:mm)
00:00
00:00
Sleep Every Day (2)
-
-
-
-
From / To
START2 / START2 /
STOP2 / STOP2
W
Time (hh:mm)
00:00
00:00
Timer Mode
TIME MOD
W
NO, YES, AUTO
No
Timer Mode Type
TIME TYP
W
Sys off, DeadBand
Sys Off
Dead Band
DEADBAND
W
2-15°C (4-27°F)
2°C (4°F)
Read/
Write
Range
Metric (Imperial)
Default
Setting
Table 24
Service contacts parameters
Function
Large Display
Small Display
Page 1 of 1
Address line 1
Address line 1 A+B
R
text-string
-
Address line 2
Address line 2 A+B
R
text-string
-
Address line 3
Address line 3 A+B
R
text-string
-
Address line 4
Address line 4 A+B
R
text-string
-
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Service Menu Parameters
8.0
SERVICE MENU PARAMETERS
Service menus allow customized settings for site operations. The parameters should only be changed
by trained and qualified personnel.
The iCOM control firmware is being updated constantly. As a result, the Service menu parameter
tables shown in this manual may be slightly different than what is shown on your cooling unit's display. Contact your local Emerson office for the latest iCOM User manual updates.
Setpoints parameters
°C / °F Table 25
% RH
Function
SET
Large Display
Small Display
Read/
Write
Range
Metric (Imperial)
Default
Setting
Page 1 of 5
Password
PASSWORD
W
-
-
Temperature Setpoint
TEMP SET
W
5-40°C (41-104°F)
23°C (73°F)
Temperature Control Type
CTRL TYP
W
Proportional, PI,
PID, Intelligent
Proportional
Temperature Proportional Band
TEMP PB
W
1-30K (2-54°F)
4K (7°F)
Temperature Integration Time
TEMP INT
W
0-15 min
Temperature Derivative Time
TEMP DER
W
0-900 sec
AutoSet Enable
AUTOSET
W
No, Yes
Temperature DeadBand
TEMP DB
W
0-20K (0-36°F)
Yes
Password
PASSWORD
W
-
-
Humidity Setpoint
HUM SET
W
20-80%
50%
Predictive
Page 2 of 5
Humidity Control Type
HUM CTRL
W
Relative, Compensated,
Predictive
Humidity Proportional Band
HUM PB
W
1-20%
10%
Humidity Integration Time
HUM INT
W
0-15 min
0
Humidity Deadband
HUM DB
W
0-50%
0
W
-5.5 to -1.1K
-9.9°F to -2.0°F
-
W
-5.5 to -1.1K
-9.9°F to -2.0°F
-3.0K (-5.4°F)
Dehum/Heat Low Limit 1
Dehum/Heat Low Limit 2
LO LIM 1
LO LIM 2
Page 3 of 5
Password
PASSWORD
W
-
-
Supply Limit
SUP LIM
W
Enabled, Disabled
Disabled
Supply Limit Temp Value
SUP TEMP
W
5-25°C (41-77°F)
5°C (41°F)
DT between Room / FC Type
FC TYPE
W
No, Contact, Value
FC: Value;
DX,CW: No
DT between Room Air/ FC Fluid
FC DT
W
0 - 20K (0-36°F)
5K (8°F)
Minimum CW Temp
MIN CW
W
No, Yes
FC: Yes
DX,CW: No
Minimum CW Temp Value
MIN CW
W
0-20°C (32-68°F)
7°C (45°F)
49
Service Menu Parameters
°C / °F
% RH
SET
Table 25
Setpoints parameters
Function
Large Display
Small Display
Read/
Write
Range
Metric (Imperial)
Default
Setting
-
Page 4 of 5
Password
PASSWORD
W
-
VSD Fanspeed
FANSPEED
W
Auto, Manual, Economy
Auto
VSD Setpoint STD
VSD SET
W
60 to 100%
DX =100%
CW = 60%
VSD Setpoint MIN
VSD MIN
W
60 to 100%
DX =100%
CW = 60%
VSD Setpoint Dehum
VSD DEH
W
60 to 100%
DX =100%
CW = 60%
VSD Setpoint No Power
VSD NOP
W
60 to 100%
DX =100%
CW = 60%
PASSWORD
W
-
-
Page 5 of 5
Password
SCR Control Type
SCR TYPE
W
Tight, Standard
Tight
Start Compressor 1 At
CO1 ON
W
-150 to +100%
0%
Stop Compressor 1 At
CO1 OFF
W
-200 to +50%
-200%
Compressor 1 Stop Delay
CO1 TD
W
0-30 min
20 min
Start Compressor 2 At
CO2 ON
W
-150 to +100%
100%
Stop Compressor 2 At
CO2 OFF
W
-200 to +50%
0%
Compressor 2 Stop Delay
CO2 TD
W
0-30 min
0 min
Cycle Time
CYCLET
R
1.0 – 200.0 sec
-
SCR Factor
SCRFACT
W
1.0 to 10.0
1.0
Actual SCR Request
ACT SCR
R
0-100%
-
Unit Diary—Large Display Only
Shows all entered program changes and maintenance performed on the unit.
Table 26
Unit diary parameters
Function
Large Display
Small Display
Read/
Write
Range
Metric (Imperial)
Default
Setting
N/A
R
-
-
Page 1 of 1
Text entered with iST
(iCOM Service Tool)
50
Service Menu Parameters
Table 27
Standby settings / lead-lag parameters
Function
Large Display
Small Display
Read/
Write
Range
Metric (Imperial)
Default
Setting
-
-
Page 1 of 1
Password
PASSWORD
W
Number of Standby Units
#STANDBY
W
0-32
0
W
No, Daily,
Every Mo-Tu-We-Th-Fr-Sa-Su;
(Monthly) M-Mo, M-Tu, M-We,
M-Th, M-Fr, M-Sa, M-Su
No
Rotation Frequency
ROTATION
Rotate At (hour)
ROT HOUR
W
0-23
0
Rotate At (minute)
ROT MIN
W
0-59
0
Rotate By
ROT BY
W
1-8
1
Perform One Rotation
DO ROT
W
No, Yes
-
Cascade Units
CASCADE
W
No, Yes, Cooling, Cool/Heat
No
Start all Standby Units
by HT
STBY HT
W
No, Yes
No
See 3.6.1 - Calculation of Next Maintenance and Diagnostics for details on these menus.
Table 28 Maintenance / wellness settings parameters
Function
WELLNESS
Large Display
Small Display
Read/
Write
Range
Metric (Imperial)
Default
Setting
Basic Settings (Page 1 of 8)
Password
PASSWORD
W
-
-
Maintenance Frequency Per Year
FREQ/YR
W
0-12 per year
1
Max Bonus
BONUS
W
0-12
0
Max Penalty
PENALTY
W
0-12
0
Last Maintenance
LAST PM
W
Date
-
Service Engineer
SERVICE
W
Name
-
Confirm PM
CONFIRM
W
No, Yes
-
Calculated Next Maintenance
NEXT PM
W
Date
-
Password
PASSWORD
W
-
-
Number of Starts
STARTS
W
0-32000
-
Run Hours
RUN HRS
W
0-32000
-
Average Run Time
AVG RUN
W
0-999 min
-
Starts per Day Best
BEST
W
1-240
1
Starts per Day Worst
WORST
W
1-240
24
Number of Alarms
ALARMS
W
0-32000
-
Actual Bonus
BONUS
R
0-12
-
Motor Settings (Page 2 of 8)
51
Service Menu Parameters
Table 28
Maintenance / wellness settings parameters (continued)
Function
WELLNESS
Large Display
Small Display
Read/
Write
Range
Metric (Imperial)
Default
Setting
Compressor1 Settings (Page 3 of 8)
Password
PASSWORD
W
-
-
Number of Starts
STARTS
W
0-32000
-
Run Hours
RUN HRS
W
0-32000
-
Average Run Time
AVG RUN
W
0-999 min
-
Starts per Day Best
BEST
W
1-240
12
Starts per Day Worst
WORST
W
1-240
240
Number of HP Alarms
HP AL
W
0-32000
-
Number of LP Alarms
LP AL
W
0-32000
-
Number of OL Alarms
OL AL
W
0-32000
-
Number of DS HT Alarms
DS HT AL
W
0-32000
-
Actual Bonus
BONUS
R
0-12
-
Password
PASSWORD
W
-
-
Number of Starts
STARTS
W
0-32000
-
Run Hours
RUN HRS
W
0-32000
-
Average Run Time
AVG RUN
W
0-999 min
-
Starts per Day Best
BEST
W
1-240
12
Compressor2 Settings (Page 4 of 8)
Starts per Day Worst
WORST
W
1-240
240
Number of HP Alarms
HP AL
W
0-32000
-
Number of LP Alarms
LP AL
W
0-32000
-
Number of OL Alarms
OL AL
W
0-32000
-
Number of DS HT Alarms
DS HT AL
W
0-32000
-
Actual Bonus
BONUS
R
0-12
-
PASSWORD
W
-
-
El. Heater 1 Settings (Page 5 of 8)
Password
Number of Starts
STARTS
W
0-32000
-
Run Hours
RUN HRS
W
0-32000
-
Average Run Time
AVG RUN
W
0-999 min
-
Starts per Day Best
BEST
W
1-240
24
Starts per Day Worst
WORST
W
1-240
240
Number of Alarms
ALARMS
W
0-32000
-
Actual Bonus
BONUS
R
0-12
-
52
Service Menu Parameters
Table 28
Maintenance / wellness settings parameters (continued)
Function
WELLNESS
Large Display
Small Display
Read/
Write
Range
Metric (Imperial)
Default
Setting
El. Heater 2 Settings (Page 6 of 8)
Password
PASSWORD
W
-
-
Number of Starts
STARTS
W
0-32000
-
Run Hours
RUN HRS
W
0-32000
-
Average Run Time
AVG RUN
W
0-999 min
-
Starts per Day Best
BEST
W
1-240
24
Starts per Day Worst
WORST
W
1-240
240
Number of Alarms
ALARMS
W
0-32000
-
Actual Bonus
BONUS
R
0-12
-
Password
PASSWORD
W
-
-
Number of Starts
STARTS
W
0-32000
-
Run Hours
RUN HRS
W
0-32000
-
Average Run Time
AVG RUN
W
0-999 min
-
Starts per Day Best
BEST
W
1-240
24
Starts per Day Worst
WORST
W
1-240
240
Humidifier Settings (Page 8 of 8)
Number of Alarms
ALARMS
W
0-32000
-
Actual Bonus
BONUS
W
0-12
-
53
Service Menu Parameters
Table 29
Diagnostics / service mode parameters
Function
Large Display
SERVICE
Small Display
Read/
Write
Range
Metric (Imperial)
Default
Setting
Page 1 of 7
Password
PASSWORD
W
-
-
HP 1 Alarm Code
HP1 CODE
W
0-999
-
HP 2 Alarm Code
HP2 CODE
W
0-999
-
HT 1 Alarm Counter
HT1 CNT
W
0-999
-
HT 2 Alarm Counter
HT2 CNT
W
0-999
-
LP 1 Alarm Code
LP 1 CODE
W
0-999
-
LP 2 Alarm Code
LP2 CODE
W
0-999
-
Password
PASSWORD
W
-
-
Manual Mode
MANUAL
W
No, Yes
-
Motor(s)
MOTOR(S)
W
Off, On
-
Compressor 1
COMP1
W
Off, On
-
Compressor 1
C1 MODE
W
Run, Evacuate, Charge
-
Compressor 1 Capacity
C1 CAP
W
Off, On
-
Compressor 1 Cycle Ramp
C1 CYCLE
W
0-100%
-
Compressor 1 LLSV
LLSV 1
W
Off, On
-
Compressor 2
COMP2
W
Off, On
-
Compressor 2
C2 MODE
W
Run, Evacuate, Charge
-
Page 2 of 7
Compressor 2 Capacity
C2 CAP
W
Off, On
-
Compressor 2 Cycle Ramp
C2 CYCLE
W
0-100%
-
Compressor 2 LLSV
LLSV 2
W
Off, On
-
Password
PASSWORD
W
-
-
Electric Heat 1 (or HG/HW)
EL HEAT1
W
Off, On
-
Electric Heat 2 (or E.Heat 1)
EL HEAT2
W
Off, On
-
Electric Heat 3 (or E.Heat 2)
EL HEAT3
W
Off, On
-
BV Control
BV CTRL
W
Manual, Auto
-
LWD Value
LWD Val
R
0-100
-
Humidfier Fill
HUM FILL
W
Off, On
-
Page 3 of 7
Humidifier
HUM
W
Off, On
-
Humidfier Drain
H DRAIN
W
Off, On
-
Humidifier Current
HUM.C.
R
0,00 - 99,99A
-
54
Service Menu Parameters
Table 29
Diagnostics / service mode parameters (continued)
Function
Large Display
SERVICE
Small Display
Read/
Write
Range
Metric (Imperial)
Default
Setting
Page 4 of 7
Password
PASSWORD
W
-
-
Alarm Relay
ALM REL
W
Off, On
-
FC Relay
FC REL
W
Off, On
-
3P Actuator Open
3P OPEN
W
Off, On
-
3P Actuator Close
3P CLOSE
W
Off, On
-
Analog Out 1
ANALOG1
W
0-100%
-
Analog Out 2
ANALOG2
W
0-100%
-
Analog Out 3
ANALOG3
W
0-100%
-
Analog Out 4
ANALOG4
W
0-100%
-
Status Remote Shutdown
RSD
R
On, off
-
Status Airflow Loss
AIR LOSS
R
OK, Act
-
Status Motor Overload
MOTOR OL
R
OK, Act
-
Status Filter
FILTER
R
OK, Act
-
Status Customer Input 1
CUSTOM 1
R
OK, Act
-
Status Customer Input 2
CUSTOM 2
R
OK, Act
-
Status Customer Input 3
CUSTOM 3
R
OK, Act
-
Status Customer Input 4
CUSTOM 4
R
OK, Act
Page 5 of 7
-
Page 6 of 7
Status HP1
HP1
R
OK, Act
-
Status LP1
LP1
R
OK, Act
-
Status C1 OL
C1 OL
R
OK, Act
-
Status HP2
HP2
R
OK, Act
-
Status LP2
LP2
R
OK, Act
-
Status C2 OL
C2 OL
R
OK, Act
-
55
Service Menu Parameters
Table 29
Diagnostics / service mode parameters (continued)
Function
Large Display
SERVICE
Small Display
Read/
Write
Range
Metric (Imperial)
Default
Setting
Page 7of 7
Status Humidifier Problem
HUM PROB
R
OK, Act
-
Status DT2 (Glycol/Room)
DT2
R
OK, Act
-
Status DT3 (Room/Setpoint)
DT3
R
OK, Act
-
Status Min CW
MIN CW
R
OK, Act
-
LWD Value
Table 30
R
-
Set alarms parameters
SET
ALARMS
Function
Large Display
Small Display
Read/
Write
Range
Metric (Imperial)
Default
Setting
Page 1 of 7
Password
PASSWORD
W
-
-
Return Sensor Alarms
RTN SNSR
W
Enabled, Disabled
Enabled
High Return Temperature
HI TEMP
W
1-99°C (34-210°F)
27°C (80°F)
Low Return Temperature
LO TEMP
W
1-99°C (34-210°F)
18°C (65°F)
High Return Humidity
HI HUM
W
1-99%
60%
Low Return Humidity
LOW HUM
W
1-99%
40%
Sensor A Alarms
SENSOR A
W
Enabled, Disabled
Disabled
High Temperature Sensor A
HI TEMPA
W
1-99°C (34-210°F)
32°C (90°F)
Low Temperature Sensor A
LO TEMPA
W
1-99°C (34-210°F)
13°C (55°F)
High Humidity Sensor A
HI HUM A
W
1-99%
70%
Low Humidity Sensor A
LO HUM A
W
1-99%
30%
56
Service Menu Parameters
Table 30
Set alarms parameters (continued)
SET
ALARMS
Function
Large Display
Small Display
Read/
Write
Range
Metric (Imperial)
Default
Setting
W
-
-
Water Alarm
Page 2 of 7
Password
PASSWORD
Customer Input 1
CUST IN1
W
Smoke
Water Alarm
C PMP Alarm
Flow Alarm
Stdby G Pmp
Stdby Unit
C-Input 1
C-Input 2
C-Input 3
C-Input 4
Rht Lockout
Hum Lockout
Rht+Hum Lock
Comp Lockout
Call Service
High Temp
Air Loss
FC Lockout
Heater Alarm
Flow AL SD
Flow AL LC
Comp Lock PD
Enable FC
HTRJ VFD
HTRJ TVSS
Fire Alarm
2nd Setpoint
No Power
Cond 1 Fail
Cond 2 Fail
Customer Input 1 active when
C1 ACT
W
Open, Closed
Closed
Customer Input 2
CUST IN2
W
Like Custom 1
Water Alarm
Customer Input 2 active when
C2 ACT
W
Open, Closed
Closed
Customer Input 3
CUST IN3
W
Like Custom 1
Water Alarm
Customer Input 3 active when
C3 ACT
W
Open, Closed
Closed
Customer Input 4
CUST IN4
W
Like Custom 1
Water Alarm
Customer Input 4 active when
C4 ACT
W
Open, Closed
Closed
WARNING ACTIVATES ALARM RELAY
WA AC AL
W
Yes, No
Yes
Reset Disabled Alarms
AL.RES.
W
Yes, No
No
57
Service Menu Parameters
Table 31
Set alarms parameters (continued)
SET
ALARMS
Function
Large Display
Read/
Small Display Write
Delay
(Default)
ENABLE - DISAB
(Default)
Alarm Type
(Default)
-
-
-
Page 3 of 7
Password
PASSWORD
W
Main Fan Overload
FOL
W
0-9999 sec (5) Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
Loss Of Airflow
LOA
W
0-9999 sec (3) Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
Clogged Filters
CF
W
0-9999 sec (2) Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (WRN)
High Room Temp
HRT
W
0-9999 sec (30) Enable, Disab (Enable)
WRN
Low Room Temp
LRT
W
0-9999 sec (30) Enable, Disab (Enable)
WRN
High Room Hum
HRH
W
0-9999 sec (30) Enable, Disab (Enable)
WRN
Low Room Hum
LRH
W
0-9999 sec (30) Enable, Disab (Enable)
WRN
High Temp Sensor A
HTA
W
0-9999 sec (30) Enable, Disab (Enable)
WRN
Low Temp Sensor A
LTA
W
0-9999 sec (30) Enable, Disab (Enable)
WRN
High Hum Sensor A
HHA
W
0-9999 sec (30) Enable, Disab (Enable)
WRN
Low Hum Sensor A
LHA
W
0-9999 sec (30) Enable, Disab (Enable)
WRN
Page 4 of 7
Password
PASSWORD
W
-
-
-
Comp 1 Overload
OL1
W
internal
Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
Comp 2 Overload
OL2
W
internal
Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
Comp 1 High Pressure
HP1
W
internal
Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
Comp 2 High Pressure
HP2
W
internal
Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
Comp 1 Low Pressure
LP1
W
internal
Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
Comp 2 Low Pressure
LP2
W
internal
Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
Comp 1 Pumpdown Fail
PD1
W
internal
Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
Comp 2 Pumpdown Fail
PD2
W
internal
Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
Dig Scroll1 High Temp
HT1
W
internal
Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
Dig Scroll2 High Temp
HT2
W
internal
Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
EL Heat High Temp
EHO
W
0-9999 sec (5) Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (WRN)
Page 5 of 7
Password
PASSWORD
W
-
-
-
Working Hrs Exceeded
WHE
W
0-9999 sec (0) Enable, Disab (Enable)
Smoke Detected
SMO
W
0-9999 sec (2) Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
Water Under Floor
WUF
W
0-9999 sec (2) Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
Cond Pump-high Water
CPH
W
0-9999 sec (2) Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
Loss Of Flow
LOF
W
0-9999 sec (2) Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
Stby Glycol Pump On
SGP
W
0-9999 sec (2) Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
Standby Unit On
STB
W
0-9999 sec (2) Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
Humidifier Problem
HUP
W
0-9999 sec (2) Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
No Connection w/Unit1
NOC
W
internal
Enable, Disab (Enable)
WRN
-
W
internal
Enable, Disab (Enable)
WRN
LOP
-
-
Unit X Disconnected
Loss Of Power
58
WRN
Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
Service Menu Parameters
Table 31
SET
ALARMS
Set alarms parameters (continued)
Function
Large Display
Read/
Small Display Write
Delay
(Default)
ENABLE - DISAB
(Default)
Alarm Type
(Default)
-
-
-
Page 6 of 7
Password
PASSWORD
W
Customer Input 1
CI1
W
0-9999 sec (2) Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
Customer Input 2
CI2
W
0-9999 sec (2) Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
Customer Input 3
CI3
W
0-9999 sec (2) Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
Customer Input 4
CI4
W
0-9999 sec (2) Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
Call Service
CS
W
0-9999 sec (2) Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
High Temperature
HTD
W
0-9999 sec (2) Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
Loss of Air Blower 1
LB1
W
0-9999 sec (2) Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
Reheat Lockout
RL
W
0-9999 sec (2) Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
Humidifier Lockout
HL
W
0-9999 sec (2) Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
FCL
W
0-9999 sec (2) Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
CL
W
0-9999 sec (2) Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
FC Lockout
Compressor(S) Lockout
Page 7 of 7
Password
PASSWORD
W
-
-
-
Comp 1 Short Cycle
SC1
W
0-9999 sec (0) Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
Comp 2 Short Cycle
SC2
W
0-9999 sec (0) Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
No Power
NP
W
0-9999 sec (0) Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
Condenser 1 Failure
CF 1
W
0-9999 sec (5) Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
Condenser 2 Failure
CF 2
W
0-9999 sec (5) Enable, Disab (Enable) ALM,WRN,MSG (ALM)
59
Service Menu Parameters
Table 32
Sensor calibration / setup parameters
Function
+/-
Large Display
Small Display
Read/
Write
Range
Metric (Imperial)
Default
Setting
Page 1 of 3
Password
PASSWORD
W
-
-
Return Temperature
RTN TEMP
W
±9.9°C (±18°F)
-
Calibrated Return Temperature
CAL TEMP
R
0-50°C (32-122°F)
-
Return Humidity
RTN HUM
W
±9.9%rH
-
Calibrated Return Humidity
CAL HUM
R
20-80%rH
-
Digiscroll 1 NTC
DS1 NTC
W
±9.9°C (±18°F)
-
Calibrated Digiscroll 1 NTC
CAL DS1
R
29.0-156.0°C (84-313°F)
-
Digiscroll 2 NTC
DS2 NTC
W
±9.9°C (±18°F)
-
Calibrated Digiscroll 2 NTC
CAL DS2
R
29.0-156.0°C (84-313°F)
-
Password
PASSWORD
W
-
-
Temperature Sensor A
TEMP A
W
±9.9°C (±18°F)
-
Calibrated Temperature Sensor A
CAL A
R
0-50°C (32-122°F)
-
Humidity Sensor A
HUM A
W
±9.9%rH
-
Calibrated Humidity Sensor A
CAL A
R
20-80%rH
-
Temperature Sensor B
TEMP B
W
±9.9°C (±18°F)
-
Calibrated Temperature Sensor B
CAL B
R
0-50°C (32-122°F)
-
Humidity Sensor B
HUM B
W
±9.9%rH
-
Calibrated Humidity Sensor B
CAL B
R
20-80%rH
-
Password
PASSWORD
W
-
-
Freecool Sensor PTC or NTC
FC SNSR
W
PTC, NTC
NTC
Freecool Sensor
FC SNSR
W
±9.9°C (±18°F)
-
Calibrated Freecool Sensor
CAL FC
R
-15-45°C (4-113°F)
-
Supply Sensor PTC or NTC
SUP SNSR
W
PTC, NTC
NTC
Supply Sensor
SUP TEMP
W
±9.9°C (±18°F)
-
Calibrated Supply Sensor
CAL SUP
R
0-50°C (32-122°F)
-
Temperature Sensor C
TEMP C
W
±9.9°C (±18°F)
-
Calibrated Temperature Sensor C
CAL C
R
0-50°C (32-122°F)
-
Humidity Sensor C
HUM C
W
±9.9%rH
-
Calibrated Humidity Sensor C
CAL C
R
20-80%rH
-
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Service Menu Parameters
NETWORK
Table 33
Network setup parameters — SYSTEM (large display only)
Function
Large Display
Small Display
Read/
Write
Range
Metric (Imperial)
Default
Setting
W
-
-
W
1-32
-
W
No,1,2
No
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Password
PASSWORD
Number of Connected
Units
—
Teamwork Mode
—
-
Configuration Safe
Configuration Safe
Network Safe
—
—
—
R
Not Available, Invalid, OK,
Changed, Updating
-
W
No, SaveLoad
No
R
Not Available, Invalid, OK,
Changed, Updating
-
No, SaveLoad
No
Network Safe
—
W
SW Version
—
W
-
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Password
W
-
-
IP Address
PASSWORD
—
W
IP Range
-
Netmask
—
W
Netmask Range
-
Gateway
—
W
Gateway Range
-
MAC
—
R
MAC Range
-
U2U Protocol
—
W
GBP
-
U2U Address
—
W
33-64
-
U2U Group
—
W
1-99
-
R
Not Available, Invalid, OK,
Changed, Updating
-
W
No, Save+Reboot
No
Bootloader Variables
Bootloader Variables
—
—
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Service Menu Parameters
NETWORK
Table 34
Network setup parameters - UNIT (I/O board)
Function
Large Display
Small Display
Read/
Write
Range
Metric (Imperial)
-
Default
Setting
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Password
PASSWORD
W
Monitoring Address
MON ADD
W
-
Unit Name
-
W
6 digits
UNIT
Configuration Safe
CS STAT
R
Not Available, Invalid, OK,
Changed, Updating
-
Configuration Safe
CS CTRL
W
No, SaveLoad
No
Network Safe
NW STAT
R
Not Available, Invalid, OK,
Changed, Updating
-
No, SaveLoad
No
3
Network Safe
NW CTRL
W
SW Version
SW#
W
Password
PASSWORD
W
-
-
Monitoring Protocol
MON PROT
W
No, Velocity, Hironet, IGM
-
IP Address
IP #1, IP #2, IP #3, IP #4
W
IP Range
-
Netmask
NM #1, NM #2, NM #3,
NM #4
W
Netmask Range
-
Gateway
GW #1, GW #2, GW #3,
GW #4
W
Gateway Range
-
MAC
MAC
R
MAC Range
-
-
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U2U Protocol
U2U PROT
W
GBP
-
U2U Address
U2U ADD
W
33-64
-
W
1-99
-
U2U Group
—
Bootloader Variables
BL STAT
R
Not Available, Invalid, OK,
Changed, Updating
-
Bootloader Variables
BL CTRL
W
No, Save+Reboot
No
Static RAM
SR STAT
R
Not Available, Invalid, OK,
Changed, Updating
-
Static RAM
SR CTRL
W
No, Clear+Reboot
No
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Service Menu Parameters
Table 35
Options setup parameters
Function
Large Display
Small Display
Read/
Write
Range
Metric (Imperial)
Default
Setting
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Password
PASSWORD
W
-
-
Compressor Sequence
COMP SEQ
R
1, 2, auto
Auto
Low Pressure Alarm Delay
LP DELAY
W
0-5 min
3
Actual LP1 Pressure
LP1 ACT
R
-10.0 - 50.0 bar
(-145.0 - 725.0 psi)
-
Actual LP2 Pressure
LP2 ACT
R
-10.0 - 50.0 bar
(-145.0 - 725.0 psi)
-
Electric Stages
EL HEAT
W
0, 1, 2, 3
1
Hot Water Heat On/Off
HW HEAT
W
No, Yes
No
Total Heat Stages
ALL HEAT
R
0, 1, 2, 3
-
LWD Connected
LWDconn
W
No, Yes
No
3P Actuator Runtime
3P RUN
W
30-500 sec
165 sec
3P Actuator Direction
3P DIR
W
Direct, Reverse
Direct
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Password
PASSWORD
W
-
-
Humidification Enabled
HUM ENAB
W
No, Yes
Yes
Infrared Flush Rate
IR FLUSH
W
110-500%
150%
R
0-100%
-
Humidifier Steam Rate
Humidifier Bottle Flush Time
HumFlush
W
5-30 sec
5
Humidifier Bottle Manual Flush
ManFlush
W
Yes, No
No
Dehumidification Enabled
DEHUM EN
W
No, Yes
Yes
W
No, Yes
Yes
Auto Restart Enabled
Single Unit Auto Restart
RESTART
W
0-999 sec
5
On-Off Enabled
ONOFF EN
W
Yes, No
Yes
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Password
PASSWORD
W
-
-
CW Flush
CW FLUSH
W
0-99 hours
0
Freecooling Flush
FC FLUSH
W
0-99 hours
0
Hot Water Flush
HW FLUSH
W
0-99 hours
0
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Service Menu Parameters
Table 36
Service contacts parameters
Function
Large Display
Small Display
Read/
Write
Range
Metric (Imperial)
Default
Setting
W
-
-
USA
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Password
PASSWORD
Country
Country
W
None, United States,
Australia, New Zealand,
Indonesia, Malaysia,
Singapore, Spain, Poland,
Italy, Hungary, UK, France,
Germany, Benelux,
Switzerland, Austria
Address line 1
Address line 1
W
text-string
-
Address line 2
Address line 2
W
text-string
-
Address line 3
Address line 3
W
text-string
-
Address line 4
Address line 4
W
text-string
-
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Service Menu Parameters
Notes
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Service Menu Parameters
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