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INSTALLATION/OWNER MANUAL
AIR CONDITIONER
Please read this manual carefully before operating
your set and retain it for future reference.
TYPE : BNU-BAC(BACnet Gateway)
P/NO : MFL37115823
www.lg.com

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  • Page 1: Air Conditioner

    INSTALLATION/OWNER MANUAL AIR CONDITIONER Please read this manual carefully before operating your set and retain it for future reference. TYPE : BNU-BAC(BACnet Gateway) www.lg.com P/NO : MFL37115823...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    How to install - System Diagram ....................12-13 - Installation Order....................14 - Hardware Installation ..................15-21 - Software Installation ..................22-27 LG's BACnet Gateway Agreement ................28 Test Operation Procedure..................29-48 Function Specifications BACnet Gateway - Summary........................49 - Configuration of Connection ..................49 - Monitoring and Controlling Items of A/C ..............50 - Monitoring and Controlling point of indoor and ventilator........51...

  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    • It can cause an accident, can cause electric shock, or fire due to heat electric shock, explosion explosion, injury, generation. or injury. breakdown. LG-NET 1 LG-NET 2 LG-NET 3 LG-NET 4 Ext 1 Ext 2 Ethernet 1 MENU/ SELECT...

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    • It can cause an accident, • It may cause an explosion • It may cause fire and electric shock, explosion, or fire electric shock injury.shock. LG-NET 1 LG-NET 2 LG-NET 3 LG-NET 4 Ext 1 LG-NET 1 Ext 2...

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    • It can cause fire. • It can cause fire and • It can cause electric electric shock. shock and breakdown. LG-NET 1 LG-NET 2 LG-NET 3 LG-NET 4 Ext 1 Ext 2 Ethernet 1 LG-NET 1...

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    • It can result in fire and • Otherwise, there can be • It can cause product product transformation. breakdown and damage breakdown. to the product. LG-NET 1 LG-NET 2 LG-NET 3 LG-NET 4 Ext 1 Ext 2 LG-NET 1...

  • Page 7: Main Features & Specification

    We are not liable for the problem caused by using the adaptor not supplied by us, so do not use the product not supplied by us. For more information about the applicable product, contact with the LG system air conditioner supporting division. Installation/Owner Manual 7...

  • Page 8: Main Features

    Main features & Specification Main features (1) Environment setup by using the BACnet Gateway button : Network environment setup LG-NET 1 LG-NET 2 LG-NET 3 LG-NET 4 Ext 1 Ext 2 Ethernet 1 MENU/ Ethernet 2 SELECT Console Power MENU/...

  • Page 9

    Central control address Simple central controller (4) Interlocking Fire feature The fire is controlled via the extended DI port (DI Port 4). When a fire breaks out, all indoor units and ventilators on the LG-net are turned off. Installation/Owner Manual 9...

  • Page 10: Main Features & Specification

    Main features & Specification Specification (hardware) 1. CPU: PXA256-400MHz Xscale 2. RAM: 128MB (32 x 4) SDRAM 3. ROM: 512KB NOR Flash – Boot image 128MB (64 x 2) NAND Flash – Program image, database, etc. 4. RS-232 Console : For updating (developing) the program 5.

  • Page 11: Denomination For Each Component

    Main features & Specification Denomination for each component LG-NET 1 LG-NET 2 LG-NET 3 LG-NET 4 Ext 1 Ext 2 Ethernet 1 MENU/ Ethernet 2 SELECT Console Power Left side Front Right side 1. Button & LCD for setting the network environment and displaying the display 2.

  • Page 12: How To Install - System Diagram

    • 256 indoor units at maximum / 1 RS-485 port. We recommend to connect them divided into 4 ports for improving the communication performance. Note: However, when it should be necessary to change the above specification, contact to the LG System Air Conditioner supporting division.

  • Page 13

    (2) When connecting the BMS by using more than one BACnet Gateway (possible to connect 16 units at maximum) (direct cable) BMS(Building Management System) BACnet Gateway Multi V . . . LG-NET 1 LG-NET 2 LG-NET 3 LG-NET 4 Ext 1 Ext 2 Ethernet 1...

  • Page 14: Installation Order

    How to install Installation Order (1) Installing the hardware ■ Setting the indoor unit Set the unique address for all indoor units connected to the BACnet Gateway. Two hexadecimal digits 00~FF can be set to the address. The address can be set by the wired or wireless remote controller.

  • Page 15: Hardware Installation

    (However, the address of the ventilation product cannot be set to overlap the address of the air conditioner.) Outdoor unit number Indoor unit number Multi V . . . LG-NET 1 LG-NET 2 LG-NET 3 LG-NET 4 Ext 1 Ext 2...

  • Page 16

    Select Advanced Control Type KSDO4H L1 2 3 4 * LGAP : LG Air conditioner Protocol Multi V & Multi(LGAP applied) products Configuration Methods ➔ 1 ON, All others OFF: Multi V products(Except CRUN products) or Multi(Non-Inverter) Product applied Common PCB(Refer to NOTE) or Multi(Inverter) Product + Central Controller(All types) - Without LGAP ➔...

  • Page 17

    How to install - To use the advanced lock function (Run Mode lock, Fan Speed lock, Temperature Lock, and Temperature Range lock; adjustable only within certain boundary) by central controller, Set up the fifth dip switch according to the type of outdoor product. - In case of advanced lock function, it can use only the central controller applied to LGAP.

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    2. Connect the BUS-A of the PI485 to the TX of the BACnet Gateway and the BUS-B to the RX. • Connect LG-NET 1~4 to any of the BACnet Gateway. (Connect the LG-NET to the RS-485 port) • 64 outdoor units at maximum can be connected to each 485 port of the BACnet Gateway and the number of indoor units to be connected to the BACnet Gateway is 256 at maximum.

  • Page 19

    How to install • If there are many outdoor units, distribute the lines to LG-NET 1~4 to improve the control speed. [Example for distributing the lines to LG-NET 1 and LG-NET 2] Multi V BUS-B BUS-A BUS-A BUS-A KSDO4H L1 2 3 4...

  • Page 20

    Only the product with the label can be connected to the BACnet Gateway at the same time. Connect the VCC and the GND of the simple central controller from the P1485 or separately to the adaptor. (See the manual for the simple central controller.) Multi V BUS-B LG-NET 1 LG-NET 2 BUS-A LG-NET 3 LG-NET 4...

  • Page 21

    • After applying the power to the DC adapter provided, Turn on the power switch. ■ In the case using HUB Use a LAN cable (Direct cable) and connect it to Ethenet1 of the BACnet Gateway (Ethernet2 is reserved in case) LG-NET 1 LG-NET 2 RS-485 port LG-NET 3...

  • Page 22: Software Installation

    (1) How to set the BACnet Gateway The following information should be set to use the BACnet Gateway • BACnet Gateway network environment Setting IP address, Gateway address and Net mask address LG-NET 1 LG-NET 2 LG-NET 3 LG-NET 4...

  • Page 23

    4. Press the “MENU/SELECT” button at the desired function to enter into the setup window for the said mode. Note: LG BACnet Gateway support two type Gateway depend on selection type "A" and type " B". Type "A" support multi device per one IP address and Type " B" support only one device per one IP address.

  • Page 24

    How to install (2) Network environment setup of the BACnet Gateway • After getting the IP address of the BACnet Gateway assigned from the network administrator, use the button of the BACnet Gateway to set up the IP address and the network environment of the BACnet Gateway.

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    How to install 2. Setting the Gateway address ① Press the buttons by the following order. And then, when the following menu is displayed on the BACnet Gateway LCD screen, press the “MENU/SELECT” button to enter the Gateway address. [LCD screen] [MENU] [Set GW address] Set GW address...

  • Page 26

    How to install 3.Setting the net mask address ① Press the buttons by the following order. And then, when the following menu is displayed on the BACnet Gateway LCD screen, press the “MENU/SELECT” button to enter the net mask address. [LCD screen] [MENU] [Set Netmask]...

  • Page 27

    How to install 4. Setting the Set BACnet Type ① Pres4s the button by the following order. When the following menu is displayed on the BACnet Gateway LCD screen, press the "MENU/SELECT" button to enter the Set BACnet Type. [MENU] [Set BACnet Type] Set BACnet Type A ‘...

  • Page 28: Lg's Bacnet Gateway Agreement

    A/C units & address ID's, prior to connection with the BMS system. BMS Engineering – Creating of the Points. This is NOT to be done by LG since it is directly related to the BMS side. The BMS engineer is to carry out the engineering of the Point, however LG is responsible for providing the method of how the Points are calculated.

  • Page 29: Test Operation Procedure

    Test operation procedure Test operation procedure Web control and monitoring The following procedure is BACnet Gateway test operation for remote control function. ■ Connecting to BACnet Gateway server. In order to connect to the BACnet Gateway server connect the Ethernet1 (LAN port) in the Gateway to the PC Input the default IP address on the URL address box for connection.

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    Test operation procedure ■ Auto address search The address of the installed indoor unit can automatically be searched. To search the indoor unit automatically, proceed as follows. 1. When the program is launched normally, the following screen will be displayed. Click “Setting”...

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    Test operation procedure 2. As shown below, Setting screen will be appeared 3. Click on ʻInstallationʼ button. Installation/Owner Manual 31...

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    Test operation procedure 4. Click on ʻAuto searchʼ button. 32 BACnet Gateway...

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    Test operation procedure 6. Screen when search is in progress. 7. Screen when search is completed. If There is no AHU, go to the step 10. Installation/Owner Manual 33...

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    Test operation procedure 8. Click ʻAHU Addʼ button. 9. Click on “Save” button. 34 BACnet Gateway...

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    Test operation procedure 10. As shown below, Setting screen will appear. 1) Click on ʻSmart Group Settingʼ button to automatically create the group based on the outdoor unit. 2) If you want to move the indoor unit to a different group, click the indoor unit with the mouse and drag.

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    Test operation procedure ■ Confirmation of monitoring data function Click the "Monitoring(Indoor Unit/Vent/AHU)" button at the top Remote Diagnosis page, and you can confirm the information of Indoor Unit/Vent/AHU. 36 BACnet Gateway...

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    Test operation procedure ■ Confirmation of Control Function (Indoor Unit/Vent/AHU) Click the "Control(Indoor Unit/Vent/AHU)" button at the top Remote Diagnosis page, and you can confirm the data of Indoor Unit/Vent/AHU in real-time. Installation/Owner Manual 37...

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    Test operation procedure ■ Indoor Control Click the Indoor's Control Group - Individual / Total Control Click the unit which will be controlled for individual control or click ALL for total control. < Individual Control > < Total Control > 38 BACnet Gateway...

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    Test operation procedure - Control : Run/Stop (1) Click the Run/Stop button. < Run/Stop Control > - Control :Mode (1) Click the Mode button. (Cooling/Heating/Dry/Fan/AI) < Mode Control > Installation/Owner Manual 39...

  • Page 40

    Test operation procedure - Control : Lock/Unlock (1) Select the Lock button. (Temp Lock/Mode Lock/ All Lock) < Lock/Unlock Control > - Control : Fan Speed (1) Click the Fan Speed button. (Low/Medium/High/Auto) < Fan Speed Control > 40 BACnet Gateway...

  • Page 41

    Test operation procedure - Control : Swing (1) Select the Auto Swing button. (Run/Stop) < Swing Control > - Control:Temp. (1) Click the Up/Down button for Set Temp. < Temp. Control > Installation/Owner Manual 41...

  • Page 42: Vent Control

    Test operation procedure ■ Vent Control Click the Vent Control Group - Individual Control / Total Control Click the unit which will be controlled for individual control or Click ALL for total control. < Individual Control > < Total Control > 42 BACnet Gateway...

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    Test operation procedure - Control : Run/Stop (1) Click the Run/Stop button. < Run/Stop Control > - Control : Mode (1) Click the Mode button. (Heat Exchange/Normal/Auto) < Mode Control > Installation/Owner Manual 43...

  • Page 44

    Test operation procedure - Control : User Mode (1) Click the Options(User Mode) button. (Power Saving/Quick/Heater) < User Mode Control > - Control : Fan Speed (1) Click the Fan Speed button. (Super High/High/Low/Auto) < Fan Speed Control > 44 BACnet Gateway...

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    Test operation procedure ■ AHU Control Click the AHU Control Group - Individual Control / Total Control Click the unit which will be controlled for individual control or Click ALL for total control. < Individual Control > < Total Control > Installation/Owner Manual 45...

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    Test operation procedure - Control : Run/Stop (1) Click the Run/Stop button. < Run/Stop Control > - Control : Mode (1) Click the Mode button. (Cooling/Heating/Dry/Fan/Power Saving) < Mode Control> 46 BACnet Gateway...

  • Page 47

    Test operation procedure - Control : Lock/Unlock (1) Click the Lock button. (Lock/Unlock) < Lock/Unlock Control > - Control:Temp. (1) Click the Up/Down button for Set Temp. < Temp. Control > Installation/Owner Manual 47...

  • Page 48: Test Operation Procedure

    Test operation procedure ■ Confirming and adjusting the System Setting Information (1) Click the ʻSettingʼ and General Configuration (2) Confirm the BACnet Network Setting Information Information of BACnet Gateway 48 BACnet Gateway...

  • Page 49: Function Specifications Bacnet Gateway

    The BACnet G/W, in response to the requests from the BMS (Building management system which supports BACnet-ANSI/ASHRAE135 protocol), status information of A/C/vent that are connected to the BACnet G/W's internal LG-NET will be sent in BACnet service form, and BACnet client provides a function that transmits control command to the A/C/vent system.

  • Page 50: Monitoring And Controlling Items Of A/c

    Functional Specifications BACnet Gateway Monitoring and Controlling Items of A/C The items to monitor and control A/C from BACnet communication as well as descriptions of each item are listed below. Function Description Run/Stop (status) Monitors Run/Stop status of each A/C. Operation Mode (status) Monitors cooling, heating, and vent operation status.

  • Page 51: Monitoring And Controlling Point Of Indoor And Ventilator

    Functional Specifications BACnet Gateway Monitoring and Controlling point of indoor and ventilator Applicable monitoring and controlling point for the indoor and ventilator are listed below. Object Name's XX is indoor's address number. Name Object Name Object Type Indoor Vent Run/Stop (setting) StartStopCommand_XXX Binary Output Run/Stop (status)

  • Page 52: Bacnet Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement(pics)

    BACnet Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement (PICS) BACnet Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement (PICS) BACnet Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement Date: 2007.06.01 Vendor name: LG Electronics Co. Ltd Product name: BNU-BAC BACnet Gateway Product Model Number: Application Software version: 1.0 Firmware Revision:1.0 BACnet Revision: 1.0 Product Description: This Gateway supports BACnet/IP and has a built-in Web-server that does not need any program-install.

  • Page 53

    If this product is a communication Gateway, describe the types of non-BACnet equipment/networks(s) that the Gateway supports: This Gateway converts BACnet protocol into LGAP(LG Aircon protocol), so that the outdoor unit of the A/C which is connected to the Gateway is able to communicate in 485-communication.

  • Page 54: Objects (bacnet/ip) Supported Object Type

    Objects (BACnet/IP) Objects (BACnet/IP) Supported Object Type Monitoring and controlling items of air conditioners supported are assigned with general object types specified by BACnet. Support status of each object type is shown in the table below. (■ : Supported, ❏ : Unsupported) Object Type Supported Description...

  • Page 55: Bacnet Point List : Indoor Unit

    Objects (BACnet/IP) BACnet Point List : Indoor Unit One indoor unit has the following 22 objects. Installation/Owner Manual 55...

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    Objects (BACnet/IP) 56 BACnet Gateway...

  • Page 57: Bacnet Point List : Ventilation

    Objects (BACnet/IP) BACnet Point List : Ventilation One ventilation unit has the following 22 objects. Installation/Owner Manual 57...

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    Objects (BACnet/IP) 58 BACnet Gateway...

  • Page 59: Bacnet Point List : Ahu

    Objects (BACnet/IP) BACnet Point List : AHU One AHU unit has the following 53 objects. Installation/Owner Manual 59...

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    Objects (BACnet/IP) 60 BACnet Gateway...

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    Objects (BACnet/IP) Installation/Owner Manual 61...

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    Objects (BACnet/IP) Local Definition of Object ID - The instance number is a pair, this consists of the indoor unit No. and item. Object ID Object Type Instance Number 17 16 15 12 11 Device No. Product Unit No. Point No. Reserved(all 0) (from 0 to 16) (from 0 to 16)

  • Page 63: Example Of Point Table

    Objects (BACnet/IP) Example of Point Table The point table below is passed to BMS, and BMS registers the object. • Case Indoor Address Object Type Device No. Product No. Point Instance No. Name 0 x 00001(1) ON/OFF Setting 0 x 00002(2) ON/OFF Seatus 0 x 00101(257) ON/OFF Setting...

  • Page 64: Objects (modbus-tcp) Supported Function Code

    Objects (Modbus-TCP) Objects (Modbus-TCP) Supported Function Code Monitoring and controlling items of air conditioners supported are assigned with general function codes specified by Modbus-TCP. Function Name Code Description Run/Stop(status), Lock(status), Swing(status), Alarm, Filter Read Coil Status Sign(status), Mode Lock(status), Wind Flow Lock(status) Operation Mode(status), Fan Speed(status), Room Temperature, Error Code, Set Room Temperature(status),...

  • Page 65: Modbus Point List : Indoor Unit

    Objects (Modbus-TCP) Modbus Point List : Indoor Unit Function Code : 0x01 and 0x05 Installation/Owner Manual 65...

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    Objects (Modbus-TCP) Function Code : 0x03 and 0x06 66 Modbus...

  • Page 67: Modbus Point List : Vent

    Objects (Modbus-TCP) Modbus Point List : Ventilation Function Code : 0x01 and 0x05 Installation/Owner Manual 67...

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    Objects (Modbus-TCP) Function Code : 0x03 and 0x06 68 Modbus...

  • Page 69: Modbus Point List : Ahu

    Objects (Modbus-TCP) Modbus Point List : AHU Function Code : 0x01 and 0x05 Installation/Owner Manual 69...

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    Objects (Modbus-TCP) Function Code : 0x03 70 Modbus...

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    Objects (Modbus-TCP) Function Code : 0x06 Installation/Owner Manual 71...

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    Objects (Modbus-TCP) Local Definition of Object ID - The instance number is a pair, this consists of the indoor unit No. and item. Address Object Type Instance Number Device No. Product Unit No. Point No. Product Type (from 0 to 16) (from 0 to 16) (from 0 to 16) * Object Type (Coil : 0, Register : 4)

  • Page 73: Example Of Point Table

    Objects (Modbus-TCP) Example of Point Table The point table below is passed to BMS, and BMS registers the object. • Case Indoor Function Code Device No. Product No. Point Instance No. Name 0x00000 ON/OFF status 0x00000 ON/OFF setting 0x00010 ON/OFF status 0x00010 ON/OFF setting 0x00100...

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    Objects (Modbus-TCP) • Case AHU Function Code Device No. Product No. Point Instance No. Name 0x08000 ON/OFF status 0x08000 ON/OFF setting 0x08010 ON/OFF status 0x08010 ON/OFF setting 0x08100 ON/OFF status 0x08100 ON/OFF setting 0x48000 Mode status 0x48000 Mode setting 0x48010 Mode status 0x48010 Mode setting...

  • Page 75: Detailed Explanation Of Object

    Detailed Explanation of Object Detailed Explanation of Object 1) Common to All Objects Objects related to the air conditioner in communication are treated on the BACnet as described below. - Air Conditioner in Normal Communication Other BACnet devices can access each object related to the air conditioner. - Air Conditioner Unconnected It seems to other BACnet devices that no objects related to the air conditioner exist.

  • Page 76

    Detailed Explanation of Object 4) Lock (setting) Point number: 3 Object name: LockCommand_XXX (XXX: A/C unit address) Object type: Binary Output Meaning: This object is used to set the Lock of the A/C's control authority. Present_Value property: ACTIVE: Lock (Restricted) INACTIVE: Unlock (Not restricted) 5) Lock (status) Point number: 4...

  • Page 77

    Detailed Explanation of Object 8) Operation Mode (Setting) Point number: 7 Object name: ModeCommand_XXX (XXX: A/C unit address) Object type: Multistate Output Meaning: This object is used to set the operation modes of the air conditioner. Present_Value property: Indoor Vent Cool Auto Normal...

  • Page 78

    Detailed Explanation of Object 11) Swing (Status) Point number: 10 Object name: SwingStatus_XXX (XXX: A/C unit address) Object type: Binary Input Meaning: This object is to monitor the air direction of the A/C. Present_Value property: ACTIVE: Swing_On INACTIVE: Swing_Off 12) Fan Speed (Setting) Point number: 11 Object name: FanSpeedCommand_XXX (XXX: A/C unit address) Object type: Multistate Output...

  • Page 79

    Meaning: This object is used to monitor the details of the error status when the air conditioner has an error. Present_Value property: Error code(Range is 0 to 255 ) Remarks: This object's error code descriptions should be referred to the corresponding table at the "Reference LG original Error Code". Installation/Owner Manual 79...

  • Page 80

    Detailed Explanation of Object 18) User Mode (Setting) Point number: 17 Object name: UserModeCommand_XXX (XXX: A/C unit address) Object type: Multi-state Output Meaning: This object is used to set the basic operation mode in vent and also additional operation mode (quick fresh, energy efficiency, and heating). Present_Value property: 1: Quick 2: Saving...

  • Page 81

    Detailed Explanation of Object 22) AC Operation Mode (setting) Point number: 21 Object name: HrvModeCommand_XXX (XXX: DXHRV unit address) Object type: Multistate Output Meaning: This object is used to set the A/C operation mode of the DXHRV. Present_Value property: 1 : Cool 2 : Auto 3 : Heat 23) AC Operation Mode (status)

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    Detailed Explanation of Object 26) AC Humidify (setting) Point number: 25 Object name: HrvHumidifyCommand_XXX (XXX: DXHRV unit address) Object type: Binary Output Meaning: This object is used to set the A/C humidify status of the DXHRV. Present_Value property: ACTIVE: ON command INACTIVE: OFF command 27) AC Humidify (status) Point number: 26...

  • Page 83: Detailed Explanation Of Object

    Detailed Explanation of Object 30) Set Lower Temperature (setting) Point number: 29 Object name: SetLowerTempCommand_XXX (XXX: A/C unit address) Object type: Analog Value Meaning: This object is used to set the lower temperature for the air conditioner. Present_Value property: Temperature(°C) Remarks: 1.

  • Page 84: Initialization At The Start Up

    Initialization at the Start Up Initialization at the Start Up The system is designed to automatically recognize the connected air conditioners. Therefore, a period of approximately one minute will be required to recognize all the air conditioners after the system is turn on.

  • Page 85: Cov(change Of Value) Notification

    Report Function COV(Change of Value) Notification A request for COV registration is accepted through the SubscribeCOV service. 1) Setting of Confirmed or Unconfirmed COV This item is supported according to the BACnet Specifications. 2) Setting of the desired lifetime of the subscription This item is supported according to the BACnet Specifications.

  • Page 86: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Troubleshooting - Problem : The Power LED of the BACnet Gateway is not lit. → If the power is normally applied, the Power LED is lit. - Expected cause : The power is not applied The specified adaptor is not used - Diagnosis Is the power is applied? Apply the power...

  • Page 87

    Troubleshooting - Problem : The RUN LED of the BACnet Gateway is not blinked. → If the Gateway normally operates, the RUN LED periodically blinks. - Expected cause : The power is not applied The program is not correctly installed - Diagnosis Is the power is Apply the power.

  • Page 88

    Troubleshooting - Problem : The LNK/ACT LED of the Ethernet 1.2 of the BACnet Gateway is not lit/blinked. → The LNK LED is lit when the LAN communication of the Gateway correctly operates. - Expected cause : The power is not applied to the hub The Gateway is disconnected from the hub The Gateway is not connected to the hub with direct cable - Diagnosis...

  • Page 89

    Troubleshooting - Problem : The TX/RX LED of the LG-NET 1,2,3,4 of the BACnet Gateway is not blinked. → The TX/RX LED blinks if normal. - Expected cause : The power is not applied to the 485 communication terminal The RS-485 communication polarity is changed...

  • Page 90

    The polarity between the PI 485 and the Gateway is changed - Diagnosis Perform the PING test Check the Are all indoor Does the LG-NET LED at the command prompt communication polarity units not found? of the BACnet Gateway window...

  • Page 91: How To Differentiate Between Direct Cable & Cross Cable

    How to differentiate between Direct cable & Cross cable How to differentiate between Direct cable & Cross cable The UTP cable consists of 8 stripes of wire and the wire actually used for data transmission in the LAN environment is the reception (RX) No.1 and 2 wire and the transmission (TX) No.3 and 6, consisting of 4 strands.

  • Page 92: Guide For The Open Source Software

    If you request the LG Electronics Co. for the source code via the following e-mail, we will supply them on the CD-ROM with the fee such as media price and deliverance cost necessary for supplying. : da_opensource @lge.com This proposal is effective for three years after getting this product distributed from the LG Electronics You can download the original copy of the GPL/LGPL license at http://www.systemaircon.com...

  • Page 93: Appendix1. Bacnet Interoperability Building Blocks Supported(bibbs)

    Appendix 1 Appendix 1 BACnet Interoperability Building Blocks Supported (BIBBs) • Data Sharing BIBBs (■ : Supported, ❏ : Unsupported) BIBB Type Supported BACnet Service Initiate Execute ❏ DS-RP-A Data Sharing-ReadProperty-A ReadProperty ■ DS-RP-B Data Sharing-ReadProperty-B ReadProperty ❏ DS-RPM-A Data Sharing-ReadPropertyMultiple-A ReadPropertyMultiple ■...

  • Page 94

    Appendix 1 • Alarm and Event Management BIBBs (■ : Supported, ❏ : Unsupported) BIBB Type Supported BACnet Service Initiate Execute ConfirmedEventNotification ❏ AE-N-A Alarm and Event-Notification-A UnconfirmedEventNotification ConfirmedEventNotificatioN ■ AE-N-I-B Alarm and Event-Notification Internal-B UnconfirmedEventNotification ConfirmedEventNotification ❏ AE-N-E-B Alarm and Event-Notification External-B UnconfirmedEventNotification ❏...

  • Page 95

    Appendix 1 • Trending BIBBs (■ : Supported, ❏ : Unsupported) BIBB Type Supported BACnet Service Initiate Execute ❏ T-VMT-A Trending - Viewing and Modifying Trends-A ReadRange ❏ T-VMT-I-B Trending - Viewing and Modifying Trends Internal-B ReadRange ❏ T-VMT-E-B Trending - Viewing and Modifying Trends External-B ReadRange ConfirmedEventNotification ❏...

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    Appendix 1 • Device Management BIBBs (2) (■ : Supported, ❏ : Unsupported) BIBB Type Supported BACnet Service Initiate Execute AtomicReadFile ❏ Device Management - Backup and AtomicWriteFile DM-BR-A Restore-A CreateObject ReinitializeDevice AtomicReadFile Device Management - Backup and ❏ DM-BR-B AtomicWriteFile Restore-B ReinitializeDevice...

  • Page 97

    Appendix 1 • Network Management BIBBs (■ : Supported, ❏ : Unsupported) BIBB Type Supported BACnet Service Initiate Execute Network Management - Connection Establish-Connection-To-Network ❏ NM-CE-A Establishment-A Disconnect-Connection-To-Network Network Management - Connection Establish-Connection-To-Network ❏ NM-CE-B Establishment-B Disconnect-Connection-To-Network Who-Is-Router-To-Network I-Am-Router-To-Network Network Management - Router NM-RC-A I-Could-Be-Router-To-Network ❏...

  • Page 98: Appendix2. Object Property Table

    R : indicates that the property is required to be present and readable using BACnet services. W : indicates that the property is required to be present, readable, and writable using BACnet services. • Analog Input Object Type (1) Property Identifier Property Datatype BACnet BNU-BAC Object_Identifier BACnetObjectIdentifier Object_Name CharacterString Object_Type BACnetObjectType...

  • Page 99

    Appendix 2 • Analog Value Object Type Property Identifier Property Datatype BACnet BNU-BAC Object_Identifier BACneObjectIdentifier Object_Name CharacterString Object_Type BACnetObjectType Present_Value Real Description CharacterString Status_Flags BACnetStatusFlags Event_State BACnetEventState Reliability BACnetReliability Out_Of_Service Boolean Units BACnetEngineeringUnits PriorityArray BACnetPriorityArray RelinquishDefault Real COV_Increment Real Time_Delay...

  • Page 100

    Appendix 2 • Binary Input Object Type Property Identifier Property Datatype BACnet BNU-BAC Object_Identifier BACneObjectIdentifier Object_Name CharacterString Object_Type BACnetObjectType Present_Value BACnetBinaryPV Description CharacterString Device_Type CharacterString Status_Flags BACnetStatusFlags Event_State BACnetEventState Reliability BACnetReliability Out_Of_Service Boolean Polarity BACnetPolarity Inactive_Text CharacterString Active_Text CharacterString Change_Of_State_Time...

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    Appendix 2 • Binary Output Object Type Property Identifier Property Datatype BACnet BNU-BAC Object_Identifier BACneObjectIdentifier Object_Name CharacterString Object_Type BACnetObjectType Present_Value BACnetBinaryPV Description CharacterString Device_Type CharacterString Status_Flags BACnetStatusFlags Event_State BACnetEventState Reliability BACnetReliability Out_Of_Service Boolean Polarity BACnetPolarity Inactive_Text CharacterString Active_Text CharacterString Change_Of_State_Time...

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    Appendix 2 • Binary Value Object Type Property Identifier Property Datatype BACnet BNU-BAC Object_Identifier BACneObjectIdentifier Object_Name CharacterString Object_Type BACnetObjectType Present_Value BACnetBinaryPV Description CharacterString Status_Flags BACnetStatusFlags Event_State BACnetEventState Reliability BACnetReliability Out_Of_Service Boolean Inactive_Text CharacterString Active_Text CharacterString Change_Of_State_Time BACnetDateTime Chgange_Of_State_Count Unsigned Time_Of_State_Count_Reset...

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    Appendix 2 • Device Object Type (1) Property Identifier Property Datatype BACnet BNU-BAC Object_Identifier BACneObjectIdentifier Object_Name CharacterString Object_Type BACnetObjectType System_Status BACnetDeviceStatus Vendor_Name CharacterString Vendor_Identifier Unsigned16 Model_Name CharacterString Firmware_Revision CharacterString Application_Software_Version CharacterString Location CharacterString Description CharacterString Protocol_Version Unsigned Protocol_Conformance_Class Unsigned(1…6) Protocol_Services_Supported...

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    Appendix 2 • Device Object Type (2) Property Identifier Property Datatype BACnet BNU-BAC Local_Time Time O3, 4 Local_Date Date O3, 4 UTC_Offset Signed Daylight_Saving_Status Boolean APDU_Segment_Timeout Unsigned APDU_Timeout Unsigned Number_Of_APDU_Retries Unsigned List_Of_Session_Keys List of BACnetSessionKey Time_Synchronization_Recipients List of BACnetRecipient Max_Master Unsigned(1…127)

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    Appendix 2 • Multi-state Input Object Type Property Identifier Property Datatype BACnet BNU-BAC Object_Identifier BACneObjectIdentifier Object_Name CharacterString Object_Type BACnetObjectType Present_Value Unsigned Description CharacterString Device_Type CharacterString Status_Flags BACnetStatusFlags Event_State BACnetEventState Reliability BACnetReliability Out_Of_Service Boolean Number_Of_States Unsigned State_Text BACnetARRAY[N] of CharacterString Time_Delay...

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    Appendix 2 • Multi-state Output Object Type Property Identifier Property Datatype BACnet BNU-BAC Object_Identifier BACneObjectIdentifier Object_Name CharacterString Object_Type BACnetObjectType Present_Value Unsigned Description CharacterString Device_Type CharacterString Status_Flags BACnetStatusFlags Event_State BACnetEventState Reliability BACnetReliability Out_Of_Service Boolean Number_Of_States Unsigned State_Text BACnetARRAY[N] of CharacterString Priority_Array...

  • Page 107: Appendix3. Bacnet Gateway Error Response Table

    • Error PDU Error PDU Error Class Error Code Reading of the object list during the initialization Device(0) Configuration_In_Progress(2) of the LG-NET Request to access to an object not installed. Object(1) Unknown_Object(31) Request to access to a property not installed. Property(2) Unknown_Property(32) Request to write to a prohibited area.

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