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INTELLIGENT CONTROLLER
CONTRÔLEUR INTELLIGENT
TOUCH SCREEN CONTROLLER
CONTROLLORE INTELLIGENTE
CONTROLADOR INTELIGENTE
CONTROLADOR INTELIGENTE
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CZ-256ESMC2
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    TOUCH SCREEN CONTROLLER Manuale di istruzioni CONTROLLORE INTELLIGENTE CONTROLADOR INTELIGENTE Manual de funcionamiento CONTROLADOR INTELIGENTE CZ-256ESMC2 After reading this manual, store it in a convenient place. Après avoir lu ce manuel, conservez-le en lieusûr. Heben Sie diese Anleitung nach dem Durchlesen an einem günstigen Ort auf.

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Centralized Control System CZ-256ESMC2 INTELLIGENT CONTROLLER Operation Manual Thank you for choosing the CZ-256ESMC2 Contents Intelligent Controller. Before using the system, be sure to read this 1 Important Safety Instructions ..4 manual carefully. In particular, be sure to read the 2 Features of the System ....

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    Centralized Control System CZ-256ESMC2 INTELLIGENT CONTROLLER Operation Manual...

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    Contents 1 Important Safety Instructions ....................4 2 Features of the System ......................8 3 System Confi guration ......................9 4 Names and Functions of Parts ....................10 5 Quick Reference ........................13 6 Using the System ........................15 6.1 Powering the System On ....................15 6.2 Names and Functions of Screen Parts ................15 6.2.1 Initial communications screen ..................15 6.2.2 Operating screen example ..................16 6.3 Initial Settings ........................18...

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    6.8 Auxiliary Settings ......................53 6.8.1 Registering zone names...................53 Main 6.8.2 Setting zone numbers and management targets .............54 Main 6.8.3 Programming timers ....................56 Main 6.8.3.1 Programming daily timers ................56 6.8.3.2 Programming weekly timers ................59 6.8.4 Setting Tenant holiday/Timer special day ..............60 Main 6.8.5 Prohibiting remote control use..................61 Main...

  • Page 6: Important Safety Instructions

    1 Important Safety Instructions Before using the system, be sure to read these “Important Safety Instructions”. The precautions given in this manual consist of specifi c “ Warnings” and “ Cautions”. They provide important safety related information and are important for your safety, the safety of others, and trouble-free operation of the system.

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    1 Important Safety Instructions Location Caution Do not install in damp locations or Do not install under direct sunlight locations subject to vibrations or in places near heat sources Damage to the product can result. The product may be damaged. Do not install near sources of noise Avoid static electricity during cabling work...

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    1 Important Safety Instructions Precautions for Use Warning Do not touch switches with wet Protect the Intelligent Controller hands from water Electric shock and damage to the Damage to the system can result. system can result. Prohibited Prohibited Stop the system and turn the power off if you sense unusual smells or other irregularities Continuing operation when the system is out of order can result in electric shock, fi...

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    1 Important Safety Instructions Caution Use the special supplied touch pen Touching the touch panel with any pen other than the supplied touch pen can damage the system. Prohibited Moving and Repair Precautions Warning Do not disassemble or repair Contact your dealer before moving the system Never disassemble or repair the system yourself.

  • Page 10: Features Of The System

    2 Features of the System The Intelligent Controller is a centralized air conditioning management system dedicated to PAC and GHP for small and medium sized buildings.  Number of connectable units ········ • By connecting communication adaptors to one Intelligent Controller, up to 256 indoor units can be connected.

  • Page 11: System Confi Guration

    3 System Confi guration System Confi guration Example Intelligent Controller Inter-unit control wire Link system (non-polar) No.1 Link system Pulse meter x 3 No.2 All-unit signal x 4 Inter-unit control wire (non-polar) Communication adaptor control wire Communication adaptor (RS-485, polar) Link system No.3 Pulse meter x 3...

  • Page 12: Names And Functions Of Parts

    4 Names and Functions of Parts  Front Panel Touch panel type color LCD display Power indicator Displays operating screens. Use lights to show that the intelligent the supplied touch pen to operate. controller is powered on. POWER Touch pen PC Card and touch pen Used to carry out storage cover...

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    4 Names and Functions of Parts  Rear Panel Power connector panel AC100V-240V power connector panel. Used for connection to LAN. Power switch Powers the Intelligent Controller Rear cover on and off. Dangerous. Do not open.

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    4 Names and Functions of Parts  Right side panel Communications connector panel Ground connector Connect shield line of RS-485. LINK1 Inter-unit Connect to ADAPT control wire 1 communication (RS-485) adaptor. (LINK1-U2) DO-COMM LINK2 Inter-unit DO 1 All alarm output control wire 2 All operation DO 2...

  • Page 15: Quick Reference

    5 Quick Reference Menu List Sub Menu Status/Control ‚ 1.Each tenant page 31 ‚ 2.Each tenant details page 35 ‚ 3.Each zone page 36 ‚ 4.Each zone details page 37 ‚ 5.All units page 38 Total data/Cut-off ‚ 1.Each I/D unit page 39 ‚...

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    5 Quick Reference Menu List Listed are only typical functions. How to operate air conditioners Operating all units collectively desired  6.4.1.3 Operating all connected units  Page 34  6.4.1.1 Operating units individually  Page 32 Operating units individually desired Operating units by tenant desired ...

  • Page 17: Using The System

    6 Using the System 6.1 Powering the System On Check the wiring, (air conditioners, communication adaptors, etc.) and then turn the power switch on (see page 12). The system starts automatically. When the system is powered on for the fi rst time, about 10 minutes are required for the normal system screen to appear.

  • Page 18: Operating Screen Example

    6 Using the System 6.2.2 Operating screen example The fi gure below shows a typical operating screen. Filter cleaning sign This lights when a filter cleaning sign has been Main menu issued for an indoor unit. Sub menu 1.Status/Control 2.Total data/Cut-off Operate on all 3.Distrib.

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    6 Using the System * Selection windows When you touch [Tenant] (or whatever is displayed in blue between the scroll buttons) shown on the previous page, the items available for selection appear in a list as follows, enabling direct selection. [Tenant] list A similar list appears for the other buttons.

  • Page 20: Initial Settings

    6 Using the System 6.3 Initial Settings The items in the “Initial settings” menu (main menu 5) must be set in order to use the Intelligent Controller. Be sure to set these items. Before making the settings, read the following and decide what kind of information you want to obtain from the system.

  • Page 21: System Setting fl Ow

    6 Using the System 6.3.1 System setting fl ow : Settings are necessary. : Settings are necessary depending on circumstances. : Settings are unnecessary. Basic settings are completed by setting items of “” one by one in accordance with the system management of the customer.

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    6 Using the System Displaying Displaying Displaying Displaying conditioner distribution distribution energy energy operation ratios ratios usage usage only (simple (loaded (simple (loaded ↓ distribution) distribution) distribution) distribution)     Note 1  Note 6 Clear accum.data Main ↓...

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    6 Using the System Displaying Displaying Displaying Displaying conditioner distribution distribution energy energy operation ratios ratios usage usage only (simple (loaded (simple (loaded ↓ distribution) distribution) distribution) distribution)      Note 17 WEB settings Main ↓  ...

  • Page 24: Setting The Date, Cut-off Date, And Distribution Ratio Calculation Method

    6 Using the System Main 6.3.2 Setting the date, cut-off date, and distribution ratio calculation method Use this screen to set the current date and time, and make settings related to time. These settings are needed for program timers and distribution ratio calculation, so be sure to make them before starting operation of the system.

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    6 Using the System Main 3 Select the calculation target of power distribution. (3) Select T/S ON+OFF time , T/S ON time , or No Distrib. . - T/S ON + OFF time To be selected when taking power both for the outdoor and indoor units to make distribution calculation.

  • Page 26: Setting Central Addresses, Unit Names And Tenant Numbers

    6 Using the System Main 6.3.3 Setting central addresses, unit names and tenant numbers Use this screen to set central addresses, names of units connected to the system and tenant numbers. Procedure Select 5.Initial settings in the main menu and 2.CNTR/Unit/Ten. No. in the sub menu, then proceed as follows.

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    6 Using the System Main 2 Touch an unit name column. A keyboard window like the one shown below appears. Use the keyboard to enter an unit name. Unit names can be up to 12 characters long. * See “7 Entering Text and Numbers” for details about entering text in keyboard windows. * You can copy and paste text using the [Copy] and [Paste] buttons.

  • Page 28: Setting Tenant Names And Distribution Groups

    6 Using the System Main 6.3.4 Setting tenant names and distribution groups Use this screen to set tenant names and distribution groups. You can also use this screen to set the product type (PAC, GHP, HOT, etc.) of indoor units. Procedure Select 5.Initial settings in the main menu and 3.Ten.

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    6 Using the System Main 2 Touch a distribution group. A keyboard window like the one shown above appears. Use the keyboard to enter a distribution group number and to select the product type from among PAC, GHP and HOT. Select “Simple”...

  • Page 30: Making Pulse Meter Settings

    6 Using the System Main 6.3.5 Making pulse meter settings If you have connected pulse meters, use this screen to set the target distribution groups and the amount of electricity or gas per pulse. Procedure Select 5. Initial settings in the main menu, and 4. Pulse meter setting in the sub menu. 1.Status/Control 2.Total data/Cut-off 1.Date/Distrib.

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    6 Using the System Main 6 Select this check box for ice heat accumulation night power meters. (Enabled during loaded distribution setting only.) * This cannot be set for electricity meters confi gured for use with HOT Multi or simple distribution. 7 For the night power meter set in 6, select which outdoor system to meter ice heat accumulation by selecting the address.

  • Page 32: Clear Accumulation Data

    6 Using the System Main 6.3.6 Clear accumulation data Use this screen to erase total data after test runs, and to restart total calculations for operating time, operating counts, and so on. Procedure Select 5.Initial settings in the main menu and 5.Clear accum. data in the sub menu, then proceed as follows.

  • Page 33: Status Monitoring And Operation Screens

    6 Using the System Main 6.4 Status Monitoring and Operation Screens 6.4.1 Displaying general information by tenant Use this screen to display information about all connected indoor units by tenant. Procedure Select 1.Status/Control in the main menu and 1.Each tenant in the sub menu. The indoor units for each tenant are displayed.

  • Page 34: Operating Units Individually

    6 Using the System Main 6.4.1.1 Operating units individually Use this screen to operate individual indoor units. Procedure Select 1.Status/Control in the main menu and 1.Each tenant in the sub menu. 1 When you touch the unit that you want to set, a remote control window for individual on/off operations appears.

  • Page 35: Operating All Units By Tenant

    6 Using the System Main 6.4.1.2 Operating all units by tenant Use this screen to operate all connected indoor units of each tenant. Procedure Select 1.Status/Control in the main menu and 1.Each tenant in the sub menu. 1 When you touch a tenant name, a remote control window appears. This window allows you to perform on/off operations for all units of the tenant.

  • Page 36: Operating All Connected Units

    6 Using the System Main 6.4.1.3 Operating all connected units Use this screen to operate all connected indoor units. Procedure Select 1.Status/Control in the main menu and 1.Each tenant in the sub menu. 1 When you touch All units , a remote control window appears. This window allows you to perform on/off operations for all connected units.

  • Page 37: Displaying Detailed Information By Tenant

    6 Using the System Main 6.4.2 Displaying detailed information by tenant Use this screen to display detailed settings and operating for each tenant. Procedure Select 1.Status/Control in the main menu and 2.Each tenant details in the sub menu. 1 When you touch a unit name, a remote control window for individual operations appears. 2 When you touch a tenant name, a remote control window for operating all tenant units appears.

  • Page 38: Displaying General Information By Zone

    6 Using the System Main 6.4.3 Displaying general information by zone Use this screen to display the state of all units in a zone and to operate those units. Procedure Select 1.Status/Control in the main menu and 3.Each zone in the sub menu. 1 When you touch a unit name, a remote control window for individual operations appears.

  • Page 39: Displaying Detailed Information By Zone

    6 Using the System Main 6.4.4 Displaying detailed information by zone Use this screen to display detailed settings and operating for each zone. Procedure Select 1.Status/Control in the main menu and 4.Each zone details in the sub menu. 1 When you touch a unit name, a remote control window for individual operations appears. 2 When you touch a zone name, a remote control window for operating all units in the zone appears.

  • Page 40: Displaying And Operating All Indoor Units

    6 Using the System Main 6.4.5 Displaying and operating all indoor units Use this screen to display information about the state of all indoor units and to operate all indoor units at once. Procedure Select 1.Status/Control in the main menu and 5.All units in the sub menu. One screen displays up to 100 indoor units in order of their tenant.

  • Page 41: Total Data And Manual Cut-off Processing

    6 Using the System Main 6.5 Total Data and Manual Cut-Off Processing 6.5.1 Displaying total data by indoor unit Use this screen to check total data such as the operating time and the number of operations for each indoor unit. Procedure Select 2.Total data/Cut-off in the main menu and 1.Each I/D unit in the sub menu.

  • Page 42: Displaying Total Data By Tenant

    6 Using the System Main 6.5.2 Displaying total data by tenant Use this screen to check total data such as the operating time and the number of operations for each tenant. Procedure Select 2.Total data/Cut-off in the main menu and 2.Each tenant in the sub menu. 1 Selects the distribution group to display.

  • Page 43: Displaying Total Data By Outdoor Unit

    6 Using the System Main 6.5.3 Displaying total data by outdoor unit Use this screen to check total data such as the operating time and the number of operations for each outdoor unit. Procedure Select 2.Total data/Cut-off in the main menu and 3.Each O/D unit in the sub menu. 1 Selects the connection destination link system to display.

  • Page 44: Displaying Pulse Meter Total Data

    6 Using the System Main 6.5.4 Displaying pulse meter total data Use this screen to check the pulse count and other such cumulative data for pulse meters. Procedure Select 2. Total data/Cut-off in the main menu, and 4. Pulse meter in the sub menu. 1 Selects the pulse meter connection destination.

  • Page 45: Performing Manual Cut-off Processing And Saving Data

    6 Using the System Main 6.5.5 Performing manual cut-off processing and saving data Use this screen to perform manual cut-off processing, and to back up setting and total data to optional PC Cards. 6.5.5.1 Manual cut-off processing Proceed as follows to manually perform cut-off processing. Procedure Select 2.Total data/Cut-off in the main menu and 5.Cut-off/Data backup in the sub menu.

  • Page 46: Saving Data

    6 Using the System Main 6.5.5.2 Saving data Proceed as follows to back up setting data and totals data to optional PC Cards. Procedure Complete the cut-off processing described in “6.5.5.1 Manual cut-off processing” and then execute the following backup procedure. 4 Insert a PC card and touch the Backup button.

  • Page 47: Restoring Data

    6 Using the System Main 9 When a screen like the one shown below appears, touch the Check button. [File form] A fi le name is fi xed as follows according to the year, month, and date when the distribution data output was carried out.

  • Page 48: Air Conditioning Distribution Ratios And Energy Usage

    6 Using the System Main 6.6 Air Conditioning Distribution Ratios and Energy Usage 6.6.1 Displaying distribution ratios and energy usage by indoor unit Use this screen to check the distribution ratios and energy usage of indoor units. Procedure Select 3.Distrib. ratio/Usage in the main menu and 1.Each I/D unit in the sub menu. *When “No Distrib.”...

  • Page 49: Displaying Distribution Ratios And Energy Usage By Tenant

    6 Using the System Main 6.6.2 Displaying distribution ratios and energy usage by tenant Use this screen to check the distribution ratios and energy usage by tenant. Procedure Select 3.Distrib. ratio/Usage in the main menu and 2.Each tenant in the sub menu. *When “No Distrib.”...

  • Page 50: Time Zone Totals And Distribution

    6 Using the System Main 6.6.3 Time zone totals and distribution The Intelligent Controller provides functions for recording total operating time and calculating distribution ratios for four time zones: All hours, Regular hours, Out of hours, and Special days. When using these functions, be aware of the following points. ...

  • Page 51: Maintenance And Test Runs

    6 Using the System Main 6.7 Maintenance and Test Runs 6.7.1 Checking inspection signs Use this screen to check for indoor units for which fi lter cleaning signs have been issued, and outdoor units (GHP) for which engine oil inspection signs have been issued. Procedure Select 4.Maintenance/Test Run in the main menu and 1.Inspection sign in the sub menu.

  • Page 52: Checking The Alarm Logs

    6 Using the System Main 6.7.2 Checking the alarm logs Use this screen to check logs of up to the past 14 alarms and errors for individual indoor units. Procedure Select 4.Maintenance/Test Run in the main menu and 2.Alarm log in the sub menu. 1 Select the tenant to display.

  • Page 53

    6 Using the System Main 4 Select “I/D alarm log”, “O/D comm. error log”, or “Adapter alarm log”. [O/D comm. error log] logs the history of errors in communication between the outdoor unit and the Intelligent Controller or the communication adaptor. [Adapter alarm log] logs the history of warnings as determined by the Intelligent Controller or the communication adaptor.

  • Page 54: Executing Test Runs

    6 Using the System Main 6.7.3 Executing test runs Use this screen to display list of each indoor unit for outdoor unit system addresses. You can execute test runs , either for each outdoor unit system address or individually. Procedure Select 4.Maintenance/Test Run in the main menu and 3.Test run in the sub menu.

  • Page 55: Main Sub

    6 Using the System Main 6.8 Auxiliary Settings 6.8.1 Registering zone names You can assign names to zones. Zones are unrelated to distribution, so you can mix GHP, PAC, and HOT units, and make settings that extend across link systems. Start/stop, monitoring, timer operation and so on can be done all at once for all units in a zone.

  • Page 56: Setting Zone Numbers And Management Targets

    6 Using the System Main 6.8.2 Setting zone numbers and management targets Use this screen to set the zone number and management category for individual indoor units. Be sure to assign a central address to each unit. Procedure Select 6.Auxiliary settings in the main menu and 2.ZoneNo./Mng.target in the sub menu. 1.Zone name 2.ZoneNo./Mng.target 3.Program timer...

  • Page 57

    6 Using the System Main 1 A window like the one shown at right appears when you touch the zone number column. Enter digits specify to the zone number. * Zone No. can be registered in the range 1 to 128. 2 A window like the one shown at right appears when you touch the management column.

  • Page 58: Programming Timers

    6 Using the System Main 6.8.3 Programming timers Up to 50 types of daily timers and 50 types of weekly timers can be programmed. It is also possible to set holidays or timer special days for tenants. 6.8.3.1 Programming daily timers Up to 50 types of daily timers can be programmed, with up to 50 times per day.

  • Page 59

    6 Using the System Main 4 Touch Set to confi rm the time. 5 Touch Cancel to cancel the setting. The display changes to “—”. 6 Touch the Start/Stop column and set in the following window. Closes the window. Programs the timer to Programs the timer to stop the unit.

  • Page 60

    6 Using the System Main 8 Touch the Set temp. column and set in the following window. Closes the window. Lowers the temperature. Raises the temperature. Cancels the setting. Confirms the setting. 9 Touch the Prhbt R/C column and set in the following window. Closes the window.

  • Page 61: Programming Weekly Timers

    6 Using the System Main 6.8.3.2 Programming weekly timers You can program weekly timers by assigning any daily timer to each day of the week. Up to 50 types of weekly timers can be programmed. Procedure Select 6.Auxiliary settings in the main menu and 3.Program timer in the sub menu. 1.Zone name 2.ZoneNo./Mng.target 3.Program timer...

  • Page 62: Setting Tenant Holiday/timer Special Day

    6 Using the System Main 6.8.4 Setting Tenant holiday/Timer special day You can make settings by tenant of days of setting timer for holidays and timer special days. Holidays and timer special days can be registered for up to the next two years. Procedure Select 6.Auxiliary settings in the main menu and 4.Ten.Ho/Timer Sp.

  • Page 63: Prohibiting Remote Control Use

    6 Using the System Main 6.8.5 Prohibiting remote control use You can prohibit the use of the remote controls connected to indoor units. Procedure Select 6.Auxiliary settings in the main menu and 5.Prohibit R/C in the sub menu. 1.Zone name 2.ZoneNo./Mng.target 3.Program timer 4.Ten.Ho/TimerSp.Day...

  • Page 64: Setting Distribution Time Zones

    6 Using the System Main 6.8.6 Setting distribution time zones You can set distribution time zones for the same day of each week. Procedure Select 6.Auxiliary settings in the main menu and 6.Distribution time zone in the sub menu. *When “No Distrib.” is selected, this screen is not accessible. (see Main 1.Zone name 2.ZoneNo./Mng.target...

  • Page 65: Setting Special Distribution Days

    6 Using the System Main 6.8.7 Setting special distribution days You can set special distribution days to which normal time zone settings do not apply. Use this function for holidays and so on. Special distribution days can be registered for up to the next two years.

  • Page 66: Indoor Unit Settings

    6 Using the System Main 6.8.8 Indoor unit settings You can use this screen to check the air conditioning capacity of indoor units, and to set the capacity. Normally you do not need to change settings with this screen. Exercise care when changing settings, because improper settings can prevent accurate distribution.

  • Page 67: Other Settings

    6 Using the System Main 6.8.9 Other settings You can use this screen to register passwords, initialize data, and make power saving settings for the LCD display. Procedure Select 6.Auxiliary settings in the main menu and 9.Other settings in the sub menu. 1.Zone name 2.ZoneNo./Mng.target 3.Program timer...

  • Page 68: Registering Passwords

    6 Using the System Main 6.8.9.2 Registering passwords 2 Click the Not registered button to display a keyboard window for registering passwords. You can register 3 kinds of passwords: “Setting”, “Distrib.”, and “Operation”. Refer to “Menu list” under “5. Quick reference” for details. Enter a 4-digit number from 0000 to 9999, and touch the Set button.

  • Page 69: Lcd Auto Off Settings

    6 Using the System Main 6.8.9.6 LCD auto off settings 6 The auto display off settings allow you to select a time after which the LCD display should be automatically turned off if there is no activity. The LCD display is turned on again when you touch it.

  • Page 70: Power Off Button

    6 Using the System Main 6.8.9.8 Power off button 8 Always touch this button before powering the Intelligent Controller off. A message appears asking if you want to exit the program. Touch OK in the message. The system saves current data, and then displays a message “It is now safe to turn off the Intelligent Controller.”...

  • Page 71: Web Settings

    6 Using the System Main 6.8.10 WEB settings Settings related to WEB such as the site name, mail settings, and network settings are possible. Procedure Select 6. Auxiliary settings in the main menu and 10. WEB settings in the sub menu. 1.Zone name 2.ZoneNo./Mng.target 3.Program timer...

  • Page 72: Detailed Server Settings

    6 Using the System Main bl Input the IP address of the primary and secondary DNS servers as necessary. bm Input the IP address of the primary and secondary WINS servers as necessary. bn Input the Intelligent Controller’s device name (device ID) (within 15 characters). (This is used to identify the Intelligent Controller when using DNS, for example.) bo For details on the mail server settings, see “6.8.10.1 Detailed server settings”.

  • Page 73: Receiving Server Settings

    6 Using the System Main 4 Select this option if you want to perform SMTP authentication during mail transmission. Settings 5 and 6 below are valid only when you have selected SMTP authentication. 5 Select either or all of the authentication methods: “LOGIN”, and “PLAIN”. If both check boxes are selected, “LOGIN”...

  • Page 74: User Settings

    6 Using the System 11 11 Main 6.8.11 User settings The user ID, password, authority, and operatable tenant can be set. Procedure Select 6.Auxialiary settings in the main menu and 11.User settings in the sub menu. 1.Zone name 2.ZoneNo./Mng.target 3.Program timer 4.Ten.Ho/TimerSp.Day 5.Prohibit R/C 1.Status/Control...

  • Page 75

    6 Using the System 11 11 Main For items 1 and 2, touch each input box and a soft keyboard will appear. 1 Input an optional user ID (within 20 characters). 2 Input an optional password (within 10 characters). 3 Users include three categories: “Administrator”, “Special user”, and “General user”. No.

  • Page 76: System Confi Guration Changes

    6 Using the System 6.9 System Confi guration Changes An alarm message like the following appears when a system confi guration change (or the possibility of a confi guration change) is detected. If the system continues to operate after its confi guration has changed, distribution ratios and other data will be totally inaccurate.

  • Page 77: When System Confi Guration May Change

    6 Using the System 6.9.2 When system confi guration may change This alarm message is displayed in cases such as the following. 1 The following “Detailed settings” were made from a local remote controller. (for address, extension settings, indoor unit capacity, or presence/abesnce of an electric heater) 2 Only confi...

  • Page 78: Entering Text And Numbers

    7 Entering Text and Numbers This system displays keyboard and numeric keypad windows when you need to enter names and numbers. The numeric keypad window appears when you need to enter numbers, and the keyboard window appears when you need to enter text. 7.1 Entering Numbers A numeric keypad window like the one shown below appears when you need to enter a number, for example to register a password.

  • Page 79: Entering Text

    7 Entering Text and Numbers 7.2 Entering Text A keyboard window like the one shown below appears when you need to enter text, for example a tenant name. To edit an existing text string, touch the character that you want to edit in the input fi eld. Alphanumeric, lowercase 1 bn 8 9 bk...

  • Page 80

    7 Entering Text and Numbers 8 DEL button Deletes the character to the right of the input cursor. 9 BS button Deletes the character to the left of the input cursor. bk Set button Enables the entered character string. bl Close button Closes the keyboard window.

  • Page 81: Connection Of External Signals

    8 Connection of External Signals When connecting external signals, refer to the Installation Instructions (end of this manual) for detailed information about the electrical specifi cations. 8.1 Pulse Meter Input You can measure energy usage by connecting pulse meters (gas, fuel, and electricity meters). If you do not need to view information about energy usage, there is no need to install pulse meters.

  • Page 82: All Stop Input

    8 Connection of External Signals 8.2 All Stop Input You can stop all connected units automatically by connecting external signals (for example, from fi re-alarm detectors.) All stop input is available only for managed (“target”) units. It does not affect units which have been designated as not managed (“Not target”) or individually operated (“Indiv Op”).

  • Page 83: All-unit Alarm Output

    8 Connection of External Signals 8.4 All-Unit Alarm Output An external signal is output when an alarm or error occurs in any connected unit. This signal can be used by alarm monitors and other equipment. 1) Output location The communications connector panel on the side of the Intelligent Controller or on an optional communication adaptor connected to the Intelligent Controller: DO1 (No.14), DO-COMM (No.13) 2) Operation...

  • Page 84: Terms

    9 TERMS This section explains some of the terms used in this manual.  Adaptor address (No. 0 set on Intelligent Controller, No. 1 to 7 set on communication adaptors) An adaptor address is the address assigned to an optional communication adaptor. ...

  • Page 85: Calculating Air Conditioner Distribution

    10 Calculating air conditioner distribution The Intelligent Controller calculates energy (electricity and gas) distribution ratios utilizing the accumulated working time (T/S ON/OFF) or the capacity value of the indoor unit. * T/S: Thermostat 10.1 Calculating simple distribution Parameters as listed below are used to calculate simple distribution: 1 RHHi: accumulated operation time for indoor unit i (High fan speed) 2 RHi: accumulated operation time for indoor unit i (Medium fan speed) 3 RLi: accumulated operation time for indoor unit i (Low fan speed)

  • Page 86

    10 Calculating air conditioner distribution Calculate electricity/gas usage index of entire distribution group Let “TOTALe” be the electricity usage index of entire distribution group, and let “TOTALg” be the gas usage index of entire distribution group. Let “m” be the number of indoor units in the distribution group. TOTALe = TE1 + TE2 + ···...

  • Page 87: Calculating Air Conditioner Energy Usage

    10 Calculating air conditioner distribution 10.2 Calculating air conditioner energy usage Calculate electricity/gas usage of entire distribution group Electricity usage for distribution group = Pulse meter (electricity) count value × Pulse unit amount (kWh) Gas usage for distribution group = Pulse meter (gas) count value × Pulse unit amount (m Calculate electricity/gas usage of indoor units Electricity usage for indoor unit = Electricity usage for distribution group ×...

  • Page 88: Calculating Loaded Distribution

    10 Calculating air conditioner distribution 10.3 Calculating loaded distribution Data fl ow [Out door unit] [Indoor unit] Calculation: Operation time by fan speed R power T2 Heater ON time W gas TG Indoor capacity PS gas for power generation PG Heat exchanger outlet and inlet temperature E1, standing-by power TS E2, and E3...

  • Page 89: Supplementary Information-1

    11 Supplementary Information-1 IMPORTANT • Microsoft and Windows CE are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. Other products names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders, or copyrights of their respective holders. • Duplication of all or part of the software and documentation of this product without the express consent of the holder of the rights to the above, and transfer of the software to another party, are prohibited by law.

  • Page 90: Supplementary Information-2

    12 Supplementary Information-2  Powering the system off Always use the following procedure to power the Intelligent Controller off. Touch the Power off button in the “Other settings” screen ( Main Touch the OK button in the message box which appears to ask if you want to exit the program. Wait until a message appears to inform you that “It is now safe to turn off the Intelligent Controller.”...

  • Page 91

    12 Supplementary Information-2  Errors occurred while operating during a thunder storm or because of electromagnetic interference. Power the Intelligent Controller off and then on again. (Refer to “Powering the system off” stated on the previous page) As a rule, the Intelligent Controller should be powered off only in cases such as the above. Correct management of air conditioning is not possible when the Intelligent Controller is powered off.

  • Page 92

    12 Supplementary Information-2  About Interface adaptors You can use Interface adaptors to connect equipment that can be turned on and off (fans, room air conditioners and so on) to the Intelligent Controller. However, note that the following limitations apply. For details, refer to the documentation of the equipment or contact your dealer or service provider.

  • Page 93: Troubleshooting

    13 Troubleshooting Before requesting service, check the following items. Do not attempt to service the Intelligent Controller yourself. Doing so can be dangerous. Symptom Cause • Is the power cord connected? Nothing appears on the screen when the • Is the power switch set to on? computer is turned on.

  • Page 94

    13 Troubleshooting Symptom Cause One of the following messages is displayed • Contact the store where you purchased the system or our and the unit does not start. service agency. • Application error !! • DiskErr • CF error !! A message, “Diskxx access error”, is Press the [Check] button to close, and press [Reset] to the displayed.

  • Page 95: Maintenance

    14 Maintenance  Unplug the power cord before cleaning the Intelligent Controller. The system has high-voltage connectors and other dangerous components. Always power the system off and unplug the power cord before cleaning it.  Use a neutral solvent To clean the control panel and touch panel, use a soft cloth slightly moistened with a neutral solvent. Do not use volatile liquids such as benzene or thinner, and do not use polishing power or pesticides.

  • Page 96: Specifi Cations

    15 Specifi cations Product number CZ-256ESMC2 (H) 240 × (W) 280 × (D) 138 mm External dimensions Method of installation Front door of control panel Maximum 128 air conditioners (indoor units) Maximum number of Maximum 256 air conditioners (indoor units) with communication adaptor...

  • Page 97

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  • Page 98: Installation (electric) And Service Instructions

    16 Installation (Electric) and Service Instructions Safety Precautions Before conducting installation or electrical work, be sure to carefully read these “Safety Precautions” and follow them carefully. The precautions given in this manual consist of specific “Warnings” and “Cautions”. Be sure to follow these precautions, as they provide important safety related information.

  • Page 99

    16 Installation (Electric) and Service Instructions Take the following into consideration when designing the control box: 1. To ensure suffi cient airfl ow for cooling, provide air vents (holes, slots, etc.) on the upper, lower, left and right sides of the box, as shown in the fi...

  • Page 100

    16 Installation (Electric) and Service Instructions Wiring Always shut off the power supply (breaker) before installing or uninstalling. (1) Power supply connection Connection terminals Connect the power supply to the commercial power mains (100 to 240 V AC), using a dedicated circuit. Connect the power supply lines to the L and N power supply terminals (the power supply neutral to the N terminal).

  • Page 101

    16 Installation (Electric) and Service Instructions Connecting to external equipment (3) Pulse meter inputs (1) External system inputs (2) External system outputs (no-voltage contact point static) (no-voltage contact point pulse) (no-voltage contact point static) Equipment Equipment (Output common) Gas flow meter DI 1 All stop input (Fuel flow meter)

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