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OWNER'S MANUAL(GUI)
AIR
CONDITIONER
After reading this user manual, keep it in an easily accessible place.
HVAC Controller(ACP IV)
HVAC Touch(AC Smart IV)
BACnet Touch(AC Smart BACnet)
BACnet(ACP BACnet)
P/NO : MFL69329502
www.lg.com

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    OWNER’S MANUAL(GUI) CONDITIONER After reading this user manual, keep it in an easily accessible place. HVAC Controller(ACP IV) HVAC Touch(AC Smart IV) BACnet Touch(AC Smart BACnet) BACnet(ACP BACnet) www.lg.com P/NO : MFL69329502...

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    The contents of this ACS IV Controller User Manual are protected by international copyright laws, and the Computer Program Protection Act. The contents of the User Manual and the programs mentioned herein may only be used under license from LG Electronics in strict adherence to the user agreement.

  • Page 4: Product Features

    ii ii EXPLANATORY NOTES Product Features Built-in Web Server You can use Internet Explorer to access various online content without additional software. Latest software version of Adobe Flash should be installed on your computer. Simple Central Controller Interface You can interface ACS IV Controller with a 16-room simple central controller. AC Manager IV Interface You can connect ACS IV Controllers with a PC based AC Manager IV to use the various AC Manager IV functions.

  • Page 5: How To Use This Guide

    iii iii EXPLANATORY NOTES How to Use This Guide It is highly suggested that this User Manual be read in its entirety before using the ACS IV Controller. Store this guide so that is also easily accessible. Notations Used In This Guide • Control buttons displayed within the system are marked by boldface text in square brackets ([ ]).

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    iv iv EXPLANATORY NOTES Comparison of Models There are some differences depending on the model. O : Supported X : Not supported Related Menu Function ACP IV Smart Smart BACnet BACnet Control/ Exp.I/O Installing, Control/ Monitor, Monitor Installing Control/ Monitor, Chiller Installing, Control/Monitor Optional Optional...

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS – Demand Control SAFETY – Time-limit Operation PRECAUTIONS – InterLocking Energy Report – Statistics Screen Composition and STARTING Features – Querying Energy Report Login and logout Event Log – Login – Event log screen composition and –...

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  • Page 9: Safety Precautions

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS SAFETY PRECAUTIONS • This product must be installed by an installation professional from an LG authorized service center. • Warranty will be voided if installed by non-certified or unauthorized persons. • Follow the safety precautions to prevent any unforeseen dangers or damage.

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    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS y Do not place the product near a fire source. - It may result in the product catching fire. y If the product is installed in a hospital or a communication base station, provide sufficient protective equipment against electrical noise or interference. - The product may malfunction or other products may work abnormally.

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    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS y Use standard components. - Use of an unauthorized product may result in fire, electric shock, explosion, injury, or a malfunc- tioning of the product. y If the product has been submerged in water, contact a service center. - It may cause fire or electric shock.

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    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS CAUTION Installation y Securely install the product in an area where the weight of the product can be supported. - The product may fall and be destroyed. y Install the product in an area shielded from rain. - If water gets into the product, it may malfunction. y Do not install the product in a humid area.

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    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS y Periodically, check the product and do maintenance, especially if it has been running for extended periods of time. - If the product is allowed to run for extended periods of time, the product may deteriorate causing injury to the user. y Do not leave the product near a flower base, water bottle, or any other liquids.

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    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Class A device NOTES This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.

  • Page 15: Starting

    STARTING STARTING This section explains how to connect to the system and register devices to setup the environment (prior to using ACS IV Controller). Login and logout The following explains how to log in and out of ACS IV Controller. ACS IV Controller can be controlled by entering the IP address of the ACS IV Controller in the address bar of Internet Explorer without the installation of another program.

  • Page 16: Login

    STARTING Login You can login as follows: Run ACS IV Controller. After entering your ID and password in the login window, click(touch) the [Confirm] button. • You should be logged in now. Logout You can logout as follows: On the top right of the ACS IV Controller home screen, click(touch) the [Logout] button. • You should be logged out now.

  • Page 17: Home Screen Composition And Features

    STARTING Home screen composition and features The following explains the home screen composition and features. ⑨ ① ② ③ ④ ⑨ ⑤ ⑥ ⑦ ⑧ Number Item Description All Indoor Unit ON / OFF control of all indoor units. ① Control Running Status Checks if the devices are operating, stopped, or in error.

  • Page 18: Emergency Situation Occurrence And Reset

    STARTING Emergency situation occurrence and reset When an Alarm ACK Required program occurs, the entire home screen turns red to indicate Acknowledgement is required. The alarm condition must be cleared before any other control can be performed. For details on how to set emergency program, refer to Managing Program. Emergency situation occurrence When an emergency situation occurs, the alert screen is displayed on home screen as follows.

  • Page 19: Emergency Situation Reset

    STARTING Emergency situation reset Emergency alert screen is maintained until the emergency situation is reset. You can reset emergency situation as follows. Touch [Alarm Ack] button at the top right side of the emergency situation screen. • Manager password input screen is displayed. Input manager password and touch [Confirm] button.

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  • Page 21: Using The Program

    USING THE PROGRAM USING THE PROGRAM The following explains how to use the ACS IV Controller functions. Control/Monitor Control/Monitoring is the menu to combine several devices that can be commonly monitored into one unit for easy management. The following explains the Control/Monitor menu options. Control/Monitoring screen composition and features The following explains Control/Monitoring screen composition and features.

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    USING THE PROGRAM Number Item Description y Display the device control menu. Device Control Box ⑦ y The device control box shows different menus depending on the device. (For more on Control Menu per Device) [Multiple Group y Control the device by selecting multiple groups. ⑧...

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    USING THE PROGRAM Simple The control device and operation mode are displayed only. ① ② Number Item Description The color of the box indicates the current operation mode. Operation Mode ① Refer to following section. Device Icon The device to be controlled is indicated as an icon. ②...

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    USING THE PROGRAM Monitoring screen colors and icons Box colors and operation mode per icon Color Icon Operation Mode Cooling (Blue) Heating Ventilation, Electric Heat (Orange) Dehumidification (Navy) Ventilation, General (Sky Blue) Power Saving (Green) Auto (Purple) Ventilation, Auto Chiller, Ice (Sapphire Blue) ON or Short (Yellow)

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    USING THE PROGRAM Device status icon Icon Device Status Filter Exchange Full Lock On Peak/Demand Control Schedule GHP Oil Alarm Control device icon Icon Device Type Outdoor Device Wall Mounted Floor Mounted Duct Cassette(1Way) Indoor Device Cassette(2Way) Cassette(4Way) ERV, ERV DX...

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    USING THE PROGRAM Icon Device Type AWHP or Hydrokit Water-cooled scroll chiller Air-cooled scroll chiller Turbo chiller Chiller Screw chiller ABS chiller DOKIT Exp. I/O...

  • Page 27: Device Control

    USING THE PROGRAM Device Control You can control the devices as follows. From the main menu, click(touch) the [Control/Monitor] menu icon. Click(Touch) the device group you want to control from the group list. • The monitoring screen for the device is displayed. Click(Touch) the device you want to control.

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    USING THE PROGRAM Control Menu per Device The control box menu differs depending on the device. The following shows the control box menu per device. Indoor Device The following is the indoor unit control menu and features. Item Description y [ON] Button: Starts the operation of the device similar to occupied. Operation y [OFF] Button: Stops the operation of the device similar to unoccupied.

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    USING THE PROGRAM • Indoor unit fine control In the control menu of the indoor unit, touch [Detail. ▶] button, and in the displayed detail control window, you can control detail items. The composition and functions of the detail menu are as follows.

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    USING THE PROGRAM Item Description Click(Touch) the Disable button to deactivate the filter exchange alarm. Filter Alarm (Model dependant.) y [HardLock] Button: Disables thermostat control for all features. y [Clear] Button: All functions are unlocked. y [ModeLock] Button: Disables thermostat control for local mode setting.

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    USING THE PROGRAM • Indoor 2Setpoint (Auto Mode) In the detail control window of the indoor unit, touch [2Setpoint] button, and in the displayed automatic control setting window, you can set the automatic control. The composition and functions of the automatic control menu are as follows. Item Description Set the auto change over function to switch the operation mode...

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    USING THE PROGRAM Item Description Set the setback function to control the proper room temperature when the indoor unit is turned off. (The setback function works well with "Heat Recovery" model. For other models, functionality is limited.) Setback y [ON] Button: Enable temperature limits y [OFF] Button: Disable temperature limits Cooling Start Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to set the cooling start temperature.

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    USING THE PROGRAM Item Description Set to occupied or unoccupied to change the room temperature depending on the room occupancy. Occupancy y [Occupied] Button : Set to Occupied y [Unoccupied] Button : Set to Unoccupied Cooling Set Temp Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to set the cooling start temperature. Cooling Upper Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to set the cooling upper limit temperature range.

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    USING THE PROGRAM NOTES 2Set Auto Mode function is only available for the U.S. This function is activated only when Auto Mode Option is 2Set Auto Mode(US Only Option) and IDU, ODU supports 2set function. (For further information about whether the device supports the 2set function, please refer to the device’s manual.) Under 2Set Auto mode, operation mode(cool, heat) status of the actual product is displayed along with Auto icon.

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    USING THE PROGRAM The following is the ERV control menu and features. Item Description y [ON] Button: Starts the operation of the device. Operation y [OFF] Button: Stops the operation of the device. GoTo [Schedule▶] Button: Move to Schedule menu. Room Display the current temperature.

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    USING THE PROGRAM • ERV Fine Control In the control menu of the ventilation, touch [Detail. ▶] button, and in the displayed detail control window, you can control detail items. The composition and functions of the detail menu are as follows. Item Description y [ON] Button: Starts the operation of the device.

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    USING THE PROGRAM Item Description y [Drift] Button: Reduces energy consumption by operating in the most efficient method possible. y [Quick] Button: Operates at maximum performance. y [Clear] Button: Disables power saving / rapid operation. Additional Function y [Heater On] Button: Enables the heater function to heat the room. y [Heater Off] Button: Disables the heater function.

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    USING THE PROGRAM • ERV DX Fine Control In direct cooling ventilation control menu, touch [Detail. ▶] button, and in the displayed detail control window, you can control detail items. The composition and functions of the detail menu are as follows. Item Description y [ON] Button: Starts the operation of the device.

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    USING THE PROGRAM Item Description y [Drift] Button: Reduces energy consumption by operating in the most efficient method possible. y [Quick] Button: Operates at maximum performance to prevent the room's contaminated or humid air from entering other spaces. y [Clear] Button: Disables power saving / rapid operation. y [Heater On] Button: Enables the heater function to heat the room.

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    USING THE PROGRAM The following is the AHU control menu and features. Item Description y [ON] Button: Starts the operation of the device. Operation y [OFF] Button: Stops the operation of the device. y [Schedule▶] Button: Move to Schedule menu. GoTo y [View Details ▶] button: Moves to detail information screen Room...

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    USING THE PROGRAM • View AHU details In AHU control menu, touch [View Details ▶] button, and you can view detail information. ① ② ③ Number Item Description Device information such as device name/status/ Device information ① address, etc. Status information such as operation/mode/ Status information ②...

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    USING THE PROGRAM • AHU Fine Control In AHU control menu, touch [Detail. ▶] button, and in the displayed detail control window, you can control detail items. The composition and functions of the detail menu are as follows. Item Description y [ON] Button: Starts the operation of the device.

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    USING THE PROGRAM Item Description Use [▲]/[▼] to set the desired humidity from 30% to 80% in intervals Humidity(%) of 1%. y [Set] Button: Disables remote control for all features. Partial Lock y [Clear] Button: Disables the lock. OA Damper Use [▲]/[▼] to set the OA damper from 0°...

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    USING THE PROGRAM - New easy control registration In easy control, if you touch [New] button, you can register new easy control. The composi- tion and functions of the detail setting menu of easy control are as follows. Item Description User mode name Click(Touch) the input section, and input easy control name.

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    USING THE PROGRAM Item Description Use [▲]/[▼] to set the desired humidity from 30% to 80% in Humidity(%) intervals of 1%. y [Set] Button: Disables remote control for all features. Partial Lock y [Clear] Button: Disables the lock. OA Damper Use [▲]/[▼] to set the OA damper from 0°...

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    USING THE PROGRAM Air-cooled scroll chiller, water-cooled scroll chiller Air-cooled and water-cooled is separated according to the refrigerant (cooling in air: air, liquid- cooled: water). Functions and menus are the same, but there is a difference in the range and set temperature, etc.

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    USING THE PROGRAM NOTES Chiller is optional. It can be activated by installing additional CHILLER OPTION program. Chiller displays Celsius only. • View Water-cooled scroll chiller Details You can find detailed information, touch [Detail ▶] button on the control menu, scroll chillers. ①...

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    USING THE PROGRAM • Water-cooled scroll chiller Fine Control You can control the details in the detail control window that appears when you touch the [Detail control ▶] button on the control menu of the scroll chiller. Configuration and functions of the Advanced menu is as follows.

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    USING THE PROGRAM Turbo chiller, Screw chiller The following menu controls the configuration and function of the Turbo chiller, Screw chiller. Item Description y [ON] Button: Starts the operation of the device. Operation y [OFF] Button: Stops the operation of the device. y [Schedule ▶] Button: Move to Schedule menu.

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    USING THE PROGRAM • View Turbo chiller, Screw chiller Details You can find detailed information, touch [Detail ▶] button on the control menu, Turbo chillers, Screw chiller. ① ② ③ ④ Number Item Description Status information Status information, such as mode/temperature/operation. ①...

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    USING THE PROGRAM • Turbo chiller, Screw chiller Fine Control You can control the details in the detail control window that appears when you touch the [Detail control ▶] button on the control menu of the Turbo chiller, Screw chiller . Configuration and functions of the Advanced menu is as follows.

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    USING THE PROGRAM ABS chiller The following menu controls the configuration and function of the ABS chiller. Item Description y [ON] Button: Starts the operation of the device. Operation y [OFF] Button: Stops the operation of the device. y [Schedule ▶] Button: Move to Schedule menu. GoTo y [View Details ▶] button: Moves to detail information screen.

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    USING THE PROGRAM • View ABS chiller Details You can find detailed information, touch [Detail ▶] button on the control menu, ABS chillers. ① ② ③ ④ Number Item Description Status information Status information, such as mode/temperature/operation. ① y [OFF] Button: Stops the operation of the device. Operation status ②...

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    USING THE PROGRAM • ABS chiller Fine Control You can control the details in the detail control window that appears when you touch the [Detail control ▶] button on the control menu of the ABS chiller . Configuration and functions of the Advanced menu is as follows.

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    USING THE PROGRAM DOKIT The following is the DOKIT control menu and features. Item Description y [ON] Button: Starts the operation of the device. Operation y [OFF] Button: Stops the operation of the device. GoTo [Schedule▶] Button: Move to Schedule menu. [Apply] Button Apply control menu setting to the device AWHP / Hydro Kit...

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    USING THE PROGRAM • AWHP and Hydrokit Fine Control In AWHP control menu, touch [Detail. ▶] button, and in the displayed detail control window, you can control detail items. The composition and functions of the detail menu are as follows. Item Description y [ON] Button: Starts the operation of the device.

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    USING THE PROGRAM The following is the DO control menu and features. Item Description y [SHORT] Button: Short signal output. Operation y [OPEN] Button: Open signal output. GoTo [Schedule▶] Button: Move to Schedule menu. [Apply] Button Apply control menu setting to the device The following is the AO control menu and features.

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    USING THE PROGRAM Registering Floor Plan In the Control/Monitor menu, you can register floor plans to identify and locate each device and device group. On the floor plan, you can register space information as well as the location where a device is installed.

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    USING THE PROGRAM [Add Drawing] button. • The Open Floor Plan window is displayed. Select a desired floor plan from the Open Floor Plan window, then click(touch) the [Confirm] button. (Valid file formats are: *.GIF, *.JPG, *.PNG.) • The floor plan image is displayed. NOTES You cannot open a floor plan if the file name is in other languages.

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    USING THE PROGRAM In the device list, select a device you want to display on the floor plan and click(touch) the device location on the plan. • To delete a device from the plan, double-click(touch) its icon. To complete the registration of the floor plan, click(touch) the [Apply] button. NOTES To add a floor plan, put image file in USB root directory.

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    USING THE PROGRAM Checking Floor Plan In Control/Monitoring, you can check floor plans. On the floor plan, you can register space information as well as the location where a device is installed. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Control/Monitor] menu icon. Select the device group you want to monitor from the group list.

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    USING THE PROGRAM Editing the Floor Plan You can edit a registered floor plan. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Control/Monitor] menu icon. Select the device group you want to monitor from the group list. • The monitoring screen for the device is displayed. Click(Touch) [Drawing] button.

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    USING THE PROGRAM To change the location of a device, click(touch) the icon of the device and then click(touch) the location to which you want to move that device. NOTES You can select and drag the device to display on the drawing from the device list to add or change location of the device.

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    USING THE PROGRAM Deleting the Floor Plan You can delete a registered floor plan. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Control/Monitor] menu icon. Select the device group you want to monitor from the group list. • The monitoring screen for the device is displayed. Click(Touch) [Drawing] button.

  • Page 65: Monitoring A Device

    USING THE PROGRAM Monitoring a Device You can check the control state of registered devices. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Control/Monitor] menu icon. Select the device group you want to monitor from the group list. • The monitoring screen for the device is displayed. Click(Touch) a device you want to monitor.

  • Page 66: Schedule

    USING THE PROGRAM Schedule The Schedule feature allows you to program the behavior of the devices. If a device must adhere to a certain schedule, you can program the device to operate only at scheduled times. Scheduled devices do not activate unless programmed to do so and are managed centrally. This can significantly reduce energy consumption.

  • Page 67: Creating Schedules

    USING THE PROGRAM Number Item Description Schedule List Displays registered schedules by name. ⑥ [Add a Schedule] Registers new schedules. ⑦ Button Creating Schedules You can configure and add a schedule for a device. In the main menu, click(touch) [Schedule] menu icon. Click(Touch) [Add a Schedule] Button.

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    USING THE PROGRAM Configure the schedule information that controls the device. Item Description Schedule Name Click(Touch) the input box. Enter the name for the schedule. y Click(Touch) the time area and then the [+]/[-] button to select the desired time. Time y Click(Touch) the [AM]/[PM] button to select before or after midday.

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    USING THE PROGRAM Click(Touch) the device icon of the applied device. • The control configuration window for the device is displayed. The control configuration window differs depending on the device. Configure the device control status, then click(touch) the [Confirm] button. • The control list configured in the Command Summary area is displayed.

  • Page 70: Checking Schedules

    USING THE PROGRAM Checking Schedules You can check registered schedules. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Schedule] menu icon. In the Date area, click(touch) the [◀]/[▶] button to select a schedule search period. • The number of schedules are displayed for the selected date. To check schedule details, click(touch) a schedule you want to check in the schedule list.

  • Page 71: Editing Schedules

    USING THE PROGRAM Editing Schedules You can modify the content of a registered schedule as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Schedule] menu icon. Click(Touch) a schedule you wish to modify from the schedule list. • Schedule details are displayed. Click(Touch) the [Edit] button.

  • Page 72: Deleting Schedules

    USING THE PROGRAM Deleting Schedules You can delete a registered schedule as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Schedule] menu icon. Click(Touch) a schedule you wish to delete from the schedule list. • Schedule details are displayed. Click(Touch) the [Delete] button. When you are prompted to confirm the deletion, click(touch) the [Confirm] button.

  • Page 73: Auto Logic

    USING THE PROGRAM Auto Logic Auto Logic allows the system to automatically control the power consumption of external devices. You can also set the indoor temperature to automatically adjust to selected variables or activate devices for certain periods of time. NOTES If you set a device control value in the auto logic status view, the device can operate based on that value.

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    USING THE PROGRAM Editing Groups The auto logic designates the registered devices as a group and controls them by group. The following explains how to create groups and how to edit the created groups. Adding Groups You can create a group as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [AutoLogic >...

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    USING THE PROGRAM In the non-registered device area, click(touch) a device to add to the new group and click(touch) the [Add] button. • The selected device is moved to the registered device area. NOTES Peak control is only limited to indoor devices, therefore you cannot register other devices such as the ERV, AHU or AWHP.

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    USING THE PROGRAM Changing Group Name You can change the name of a registered group as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [AutoLogic > Peak Control] menu icon. Click(Touch) the [Edit Group] button. • The screen converts to Edit Group. In the group list, click(touch) a group whose name you want to change and click(touch) the [Rename] button.

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    USING THE PROGRAM Deleting Groups You can delete a registered group. In the main menu, click(touch) the [AutoLogic > Peak Control] menu icon. Click(Touch) the [Edit Group] button. • The screen converts to Edit Group. In the group list, click(touch) a group to be deleted and click(touch) the [Del Group] button. When you are prompted to confirm the deletion, click(touch) the [Confirm] button.

  • Page 78

    USING THE PROGRAM Configuring Peak Control You can configure Peak Control as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [AutoLogic > Peak Control] menu icon. Select the control status in the control configuration area. ① ② ③ ④ ⑤ Number Item Description Group List...

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    USING THE PROGRAM Number Item Description (Operation Status - Priority Control selected) y Operation - [Run] Button: Operates the device. - [Stop] Button: Stops the operation of the device. y Shift Time(Min.): Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] to set the time in minutes to force the operation to switch over. y Target ratio(%): Click(Touch) [▲]/[▼] or drag button to Control...

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    USING THE PROGRAM Configuring Priority In the main menu, click(touch) the [AutoLogic > Peak Control] menu icon. In the group list, click(touch) the priority icon ( ) of the group in question and then select a desired priority. NOTES Basically, a newly added group has the highest priority. If a group is added, re-configure the priority for all groups.

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    USING THE PROGRAM Checking Peak Control Status You can check the Peak Control configuration status as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [AutoLogic > Peak Control] menu icon. Check how Peak Control is configured. Item Description Configure Peak Controls. y Operation Status - Can be configured in [Environment >...

  • Page 82: Demand Control

    NOTES ACS IV Controller can be used with the LG demand controllers (PCP-D11A2J), but not with the demand controllers from other manufacturers. LG demand controller is not available in the US Market at this time.

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    USING THE PROGRAM Checking Demand Control Status You can check the Peak Control configuration status as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [AutoLogic > Demand Control] menu icon. Check how Demand Control is configured. ① ② Number Item Description Comm.

  • Page 84

    USING THE PROGRAM Number Item Description (Operation Status - Priority Control selected) y Operation - [Operate] Button: Operates the device. - [Stop] Button: Stops the operation of the device. y Shift Time(Min.): The cycle by which the operation switches over. Control y Target ratio(%): Displays the target operation rate.

  • Page 85: Time-limit Operation

    USING THE PROGRAM Time-limit Operation The time-limit operation is to limit the amount of time the devices (indoor unit, ERV, DOKIT, AWHP, and some AHU) are running individually. By setting the device operation time in advance, you can control for how long a device works and have it stop automatically. Editing Groups The auto logic designates the registered devices as a group and controls them by group.

  • Page 86

    USING THE PROGRAM In the group list, click(touch) the group added in Step 4. In the non-registered device area, click(touch) a device to add to the new group and click(touch) [Add] button. • The selected device is moved to the registered device area. NOTES For the time-limit operation, you cannot register chiller, AHU(Modular Fresh Air, Modular Heat Recovery, DOAS), DI/DO, Expansion I/O.

  • Page 87

    USING THE PROGRAM Changing Group Name You can change the name of a registered group as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [AutoLogic > TimeLimitControl] menu icon. Click(Touch) the [Edit Group] button. • The screen converts to Edit Group. In the group list, click(touch) a group whose name you want to change and click(touch) the [Rename] button.

  • Page 88

    USING THE PROGRAM Deleting Groups You can delete a registered group. In the main menu, click(touch) the [AutoLogic > TimeLimitControl] menu icon. Click(Touch) the [Edit Group] button. • The screen converts to Edit Group. In the group list, click(touch) a group to be deleted and click(touch) the [Del Group] button. When you are prompted to confirm the deletion, click(touch) the [Confirm] button.

  • Page 89

    USING THE PROGRAM Configuring Time-Limit Operation In the main menu, click(touch) the [AutoLogic > TimeLimitControl] menu icon. In the group configuration status area, click(touch) a group to be controlled. • The device list, status information, and condition details of the group are displayed. Select the control status in the conditions configuration area.

  • Page 90

    USING THE PROGRAM To run the time-limit operation on the group, in the group configuration operation status area, click(touch) the [disable] button. • The button changes to [enable]. To complete the configuration, click(touch) the [Apply] button. NOTES If you change the operation stop standby time, it takes about 15 seconds to apply it.

  • Page 91: Interlocking

    USING THE PROGRAM InterLocking Associated device control is a function which interlocks more than one device and then controls output movements when the input conditions are met. In order to operate associated device control, you shall arrange the devices to be interlocked in a single pattern and then apply the control setting.

  • Page 92

    USING THE PROGRAM Select the program type. Item Description Event Log Only Normal device interface program Group Clone Program to copy input setting and apply to output Alarm ACK Device control program for emergency situation Required Set priority of Interlocking. If ‘Permit User Control’ is checked, Just control Permit User output device once when input condition is satisfied.

  • Page 93

    USING THE PROGRAM To register non-registered device, click(touch) the [Add Unit] button in the Input device area. In the input device window, click(touch) a device to be registered and click(touch) the [Add] button.

  • Page 94

    USING THE PROGRAM In the input device list, click(touch) the device you want to trigger control. Select a control status in the control configuration area. NOTES You can use arithmetic operators(<, ≥, >, =, ≤) to set standard values of the control category. The default value of the arithmetic operator is “<”. Be sure to not set the Value of input device outside the device normal operating range. To register non-registered device, click(touch) the [Add Unit] button in the output device area.

  • Page 95

    USING THE PROGRAM In the output device window, click(touch) a device to be registered and click(touch) the [Add] button. In the output device list, click(touch) the device you want to control. Select a control status in the control configuration area. 16. To complete the adding of a program, click(touch) the [Apply] button.

  • Page 96

    USING THE PROGRAM Modify the program configuration information and click(touch) the [Apply] button. Deleting Program You can delete a program as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [AutoLogic > InterLocking] menu icon. Select a program to be deleted and click(touch) the [Delete] button. When you are prompted to confirm the deletion, click(touch) the [Confirm] button.

  • Page 97

    USING THE PROGRAM • The selected program is deleted. NOTES Be aware that there is no "undo" button for this controller. Deleting a program is final. To restore a deleted program it would be necessary to reenter all of the information again. (reprogram) Erratic behavior will occur when an object or device is deleted from the system without first removing the objet or device from all programs.

  • Page 98: Energy Report

    Energy Report The following explains how to use statistics and graphs to check the power consumption, gas consumed by LG GHP and operation time of a device. NOTES [Power] and [Gas] buttons can be activated by setting each item as "use" in [Environment >...

  • Page 99

    USING THE PROGRAM Number Item Description y Selects the period for which you want to query statistics details for daily. Daily Query Period Selection y The start date should be no more than 31days before the end ③ Area date. y You can set detail period only when the inquiry unit is [Daily].

  • Page 100: Querying Energy Report

    USING THE PROGRAM Querying Energy Report You can query the power or gas consumption of a device or operation time statistics data as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Energy Report] menu icon. Click(Touch) the device group you want from the group list. Click(Touch) the button of the energy report item you want.

  • Page 101

    USING THE PROGRAM NOTES Devices which are displayed in the Run Time: Indoor units Devices which are displayed in the Power consumption: devices which can be used with the PDI (For further information about the devices that are compatible with the PDI, please refer to the PDI manual.)

  • Page 102: Event Log

    USING THE PROGRAM Event Log The following explains how to query the device control information or error information. Event log screen composition and features The following explains the event log screen composition and features. ① ② ③ ④ ⑤ ⑥ Number Item Description...

  • Page 103

    USING THE PROGRAM Number Item Description In [Environment > E-Mail Setting] menu, you need to set the e-mail usage to ON to use this function. [Send Email] Button ⑤ The queried reports will be sent to the Email address registered in the Environment menu. y ACP IV: Save the reports to a PC.

  • Page 104: Querying Event

    USING THE PROGRAM Querying Event You can query the device control event or error event as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Event Log ] menu icon. In the event item, click(touch) an item for which you want to query a event. • [Total] Button: Queries all events regarding control and error.

  • Page 105: Installing

    USING THE PROGRAM Installing You can add a device or change the settings of a registered device. Device setting screen composition and function ① ② Number Item Description Displayed as group management/device management/view cycle Device setting tab ① Displays the details of the device setting Detail setting (Screen composition is different according to the device setting ②...

  • Page 106: Registering Device

    USING THE PROGRAM Registering Device After installing ACS IV Controller, log into ACS IV Controller to register the devices to be connected, using one of the following two methods. • Registering Device Automatically • Registering Device Manually NOTES To register a device on ACS IV Controller, you must login with administrator permissions. Registering Device Automatically Devices connected to ACS IV Controller are automatically searched for and registered.

  • Page 107

    USING THE PROGRAM Click(Touch) the [Auto Search] button. NOTES Auto search requires up to 10 minutes. Before touching [Auto search] button, please deactivate screen protector function. If screen protector is in operation, the screen automatically switches to home screen and auto search operation is cancelled. For the setting on whether to use screen protector, refer to Setting a Screen saver.

  • Page 108

    USING THE PROGRAM Registering Device Manually Devices connected to ACS IV Controller can be registered by the user by entering relevant information. You can register a device manually as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Installing] menu icon. Click(Touch) the [Installing] tab. Type the device information and click(touch) the [Installing] button.

  • Page 109

    USING THE PROGRAM In the Add Unit window, select a device type to add. • You can add outdoor unit, indoor unit, ventilation, direct type ventilation, AHU, AWHP, Chiller, DOKIT, DO, DI, and Exp.I/O. Enter the device name to add and click(touch) the [Insert] button. • According to the selected device, the setting category is displayed differently according to the corresponding device.

  • Page 110

    USING THE PROGRAM Changing Device You can change the settings of registered devices. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Installing] menu icon. Click(Touch) the [Installing] tab. In the device list, select the device to change, and touch [Edit Unit] button. • Edit device window is displayed.

  • Page 111

    USING THE PROGRAM Input the setting information of the device to change, and touch [Confirm] button. • According to the selected device, the setting category is displayed differently according to the corresponding device. For setting information of each device, refer to Setting information of each device.

  • Page 112

    USING THE PROGRAM Deleting Device Follow these steps to delete a device from the list. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Installing] menu icon. Click(Touch) the [Installing] tab. In the device list, click(touch) a device to be deleted and click(touch) the [Del Unit] button. When you are prompted to confirm the deletion, click(touch) the [Confirm] button.

  • Page 113

    USING THE PROGRAM Setting information of each device The setting information of each device is as follows. ODU, ERV, ERV DX Item Description Select a device type. Device Type y ODU(Outdoor unit), ERV(Energy Recovery Ventilator), ERV DX(Direct Expansion Energy Recovery Ventilator) Enter the device name.

  • Page 114

    USING THE PROGRAM Item Description Select a device type. Device Type y Cassette(4Way), Cassette(2Way), Cassette(1Way), Duct, Floor Mounted, Wall Mounted, FCU Enter the device name. Unit Name (20 Characters) y Up to 20 characters. Type the central control address of the device. Address y A central control address value is a number between 00 and FF.

  • Page 115

    USING THE PROGRAM Item Description Select a device type. Device Type y AHU Enter the device name. Unit Name y A central control address value is a number between 00 and 1F. You (20 Characters) cannot type the same value for similar devices. Type the central control address of the device.

  • Page 116

    USING THE PROGRAM Chiller Item Description Select a device type. Device Type y Water-cooled scroll/Air-cooled scroll/Turbo/Screw/ABS chiller Enter the device name. Unit Name (20 Characters) y Up to 20 characters. Type the central control address of the device. Address y A central control address value is a number between 00 and FF. You cannot type the same value for similar devices.

  • Page 117

    USING THE PROGRAM AWHP Item Description Select a device type. Device Type y AWHP Enter the device name. Unit Name (20 Characters) y Up to 20 characters. Type the central control address of the device. Address y A central control address value is a number between 00 and FF. You (00-FF) cannot type the same value for similar devices.

  • Page 118

    USING THE PROGRAM DOKIT Item Description Select a device type. Device Type y DOKIT Enter the device name. Unit Name (20 Characters) y Up to 20 characters. Type the central control address of the device. Address y A central control address value is a number between 00 and FF. You (00-FF) cannot type the same value for similar devices.

  • Page 119

    USING THE PROGRAM DO, DI Item Description Select a device type. Device Type y DO, DI Enter the device name. Unit Name (20 Characters) y Up to 20 characters. Type the central control address of the device. Address y A central control address value is a number between 00 and FF. You (00-FF) cannot type the same value for similar devices.

  • Page 120

    USING THE PROGRAM Exp.I/O Item Description Select a device type. Device Type y ACS I/O, AO I/O, UI I/O, DO I/O, DI I/O Unit Name Enter the device name. y Up to 20 characters. Characters) Type the central control address of the device. Address y A central control address value is a number between 00 and FF.

  • Page 121

    USING THE PROGRAM ■ Exp.I/O Detail Setting • UI Item Description Icon Type Select an icon type Enter the device name. Unit Name (20 Characters) y Up to 20 characters. It is automatically input according to Exp.I/O address, and it cannot be Address changed.

  • Page 122

    USING THE PROGRAM • AO Item Description Icon Type Select a icon type Enter the device name. Unit Name (20 Characters) y Up to 20 characters. It is automatically input according to Exp.I/O address, and it cannot be Address changed. Select device usage y Number information: temperature, humidity, open, level, operation ratio, concentration, pressure...

  • Page 123

    USING THE PROGRAM • DO Item Description Icon Type Select a icon type Enter the device name. Unit Name (20 Characters) y Up to 20 characters. It is automatically input according to Exp.I/O address, and it cannot be Address changed. Select device usage y Status information: run/stop, short/open, alarm/normal, close/open, tun on/off, occupancy/vacancy...

  • Page 124: Managing Device

    USING THE PROGRAM Managing Device The following explains how to manage the information for a device added to the system. Adding Groups Follow these steps to add a new group. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Installing] menu icon. Click(Touch) the [Grouping] tab. Click(Touch) the [Add Group] button.

  • Page 125

    USING THE PROGRAM In the non-registered device area, click(touch) a device to add to the new group and click(touch) the [Add] button. • The selected device is moved to the registered device area. To complete group creation, click(touch) the [Apply] button. • When all non-registered devices are registered, the [Apply] button is enabled.

  • Page 126

    USING THE PROGRAM Changing Group Name You can change the name of a registered group as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Installing] menu icon. Click(Touch) the [Grouping] tab. In the device management list, click(touch) a group whose name you want to change and click(touch) the [Rename] button.

  • Page 127

    USING THE PROGRAM Deleting Groups You can delete a registered group. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Installing] menu icon. Click(Touch) the [Grouping] tab. In the device management list, click(touch) a group to be deleted and click(touch) the [Del Group] button.

  • Page 128: Cycle Monitoring

    USING THE PROGRAM Cycle Monitoring It is the description on how to view indoor/outdoor unit cycle information. Outdoor unit cycle information You can view outdoor unit cycle information. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Installing] menu icon. (if available) Click(touch) [Cycle Monitoring] tab. In device list, click(touch) the device to view.

  • Page 129

    USING THE PROGRAM Indoor unit cycle information You can view indoor unit cycle information. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Installing] menu icon. Click(touch) [View cycle] tab. In device list, click(touch) the device to view. On the top right of the ACS IV Controller screen, click(touch) the [▲] button. • Information on all indoor units connected to the outdoor unit is displayed.

  • Page 130: Environment

    USING THE PROGRAM Environment The following explains how to configure the system environment for user convenience and how to check an already configured environment. <ACP IV> <ACP BACnet> <AC Smart IV> <AC Smart BACnet> AC Smart Item ACP IV ACP BACnet AC Smart IV BACnet General Setting...

  • Page 131: General Setting

    USING THE PROGRAM General Setting The following explains how to configure the general system environments. Item Description Configures the language displayed on the screen Language (한국어(Korean)/ English/ Italiano/ Españo/ Português/ pусский язык/ Français/ Deutsch Sprache/ Türkçe/ Język Polski/ 中文) Time setting Configures system time. Date setting Configures system date. Temperature display Configures the temperature unit. Initial date for statistics Configures the reference date for querying statistical data.

  • Page 132

    USING THE PROGRAM Language Configures the language displayed on the screen. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon. In the settings list, click(touch) General Setting. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Language. Click(Touch) a language you want. • The selected language is applied as the system language.

  • Page 133

    USING THE PROGRAM Time setting You can configure the time used for the system as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon. In the Settings list, click(touch) General Setting. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Time setting. Apply the current time and click(touch) the [Apply] button.

  • Page 134

    USING THE PROGRAM Temperature display You can select a temperature system as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon. In the Settings list, click(touch) General Setting. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Temperature display. Click(Touch) the temperature system you want. • When selecting the Celsius system, in the Minimum Celsius(°C) Temperature window, click(touch) the minimum temperature.

  • Page 135

    USING THE PROGRAM Initial date for statistics Statistics Reference Date is the date for calculating the indoor unit's operation time by month. The operation time from this date through the previous date to the same date of the next month is calculated and provided as statistical data.

  • Page 136

    USING THE PROGRAM Power Consumption Display Set up whether power consumption is displayed in the energy report. Setting up the power consumption display The method to display power consumption in the energy report is as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon. In the Settings list, click(touch) General Setting.

  • Page 137

    USING THE PROGRAM Gas Consumption Display Set up whether gas consumption is displayed in the energy report. Setting up the gas consumption display The method to display gas consumption in the energy report is as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon. In the Settings list, click(touch) General Setting.

  • Page 138

    USING THE PROGRAM Rates Set You can configure the charge per kWh and the currency as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon. In the Settings list, click(touch) General Setting. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Rates set. Configure the charge/kWh configuration information and click(touch) [Apply] button.

  • Page 139

    USING THE PROGRAM Holiday setting(Supercedes day schedule) The following explains how to register an exception date or how to delete a registered date. Adding Exception Date You can add a desired exception date as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon. In the Settings list, click(touch) General Setting.

  • Page 140

    USING THE PROGRAM Click(Touch) an exception date in the exception date list, and click(touch) the [Delete] button. To complete Exception Date Configuration, click(touch) the [Apply] button. Site Name Setup Setting up the site name to be displayed on the home screen. Setting up the site name The method to set up the site name is as follows.

  • Page 141

    USING THE PROGRAM Version Information You can check the current version of the software as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon. In the Settings list, click(touch) General Setting. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Version Information. • The current version of the system is displayed in a popup window.

  • Page 142: Screen Setting (ac Smart Iv, Ac Smart Bacnet Only)

    USING THE PROGRAM Screen Setting (AC Smart IV, AC Smart BACnet Only) The following explains how to configure the use environment regarding the product screen. Item Description Setting a Screen saver Determines whether to use a screen saver Configures information to be displayed on the screen saver Screen saver (operation status) Waiting time (minutes)

  • Page 143

    USING THE PROGRAM Setting a Screen saver You can configure the screen saver as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon. In the Settings list, click(touch) Screen Setting. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Setting a Screen saver. • Enable, the check box turns red and the Screen Saver and Waiting time (minutes) are enabled.

  • Page 144

    USING THE PROGRAM Waiting time (minutes) You can configure the standby time that the screen saver waits before operation. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon. In the Settings list, click(touch) Screen Setting. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) the Waiting time (minutes). In the Standby Time Configuration window, click(touch) the standby time.

  • Page 145

    USING THE PROGRAM Monitor power settings You can configure the monitor to turn off automatically, if the click(touch) screen is not used for a certain period of time. You can configure this function as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon. In the Settings list, click(touch) Screen Setting.

  • Page 146

    USING THE PROGRAM Calibrating the Screen You can calibrate the screen for accurate click(touch) response as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon. In the Settings list, click(touch) Screen Setting. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Calibrating the Screen. To start the screen calibration, click(touch) the [Start screen calibration] button.

  • Page 147: Advance Setting

    USING THE PROGRAM Advance Setting The following explains how to configure the functions necessary for device operation. Item Description y Master: ACS IV Controller is used independently. y Slave: It shares the communication line with other ACS IV Controller LGAP setting products.

  • Page 148

    USING THE PROGRAM Item Description Recovery DB Use the DB stored on the USB memory stick to restore the system. Auto Mode Option Select a desired auto mode type. Outdoor Unit Oil- Determines whether to use outdoor unit oil-return operation. Return Operation System Restart Remote system restart.

  • Page 149

    USING THE PROGRAM Peak/Demand set You can select a control type to be used for auto logic. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon. In the Settings list, click(touch) Advance Setting. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Peak/Demand set. Click(Touch) a control type to be used for auto logic • Peak Control: You can use the peak control feature in the auto logic menu.

  • Page 150

    USING THE PROGRAM Temperature difference for Setback/AutoChangeOver You can configure the temperature gap for auto changeover operation. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon. In the Settings list, click(touch) Advance Setting. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Temperature difference for Setback/ AutoChangeOver.

  • Page 151

    USING THE PROGRAM Update S/W You can upgrade the current version of software as follows. NOTES To update the software, you need a USB memory stick which has patch.tar.gz file in the ramdisk folder. For standard thumb drives, a USB to mini USB cable is required. Connect the USB memory to ACS IV Controller.

  • Page 152

    USING THE PROGRAM DB backup You can backup the database stored in the system to USB memory as follows. Connect the USB memory to ACS IV Controller. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon. In the Settings list, click(touch) Advance Setting. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) DB backup.

  • Page 153

    USING THE PROGRAM Auto Mode Option You can configure the Auto Mode Option as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon. In the Settings list, click(touch) Advance Setting. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Auto Mode Option. Click(Touch) an auto mode you want.

  • Page 154

    USING THE PROGRAM System Restart Remotely restart the system. System Restart The method to restart the system remotely is as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon. In the Settings list, click(touch) Advance Setting. Click(touch) the System Restart in the detailed setting list. To restart the system, click(touch) the [System Restart] button.

  • Page 155: Customer Setting

    USING THE PROGRAM Customer Setting Only the administrator account can change user environments. Item Description Change Password Only the administrator account can change the password. Add user Add up to 30 new system users. y [Delete] Button: Deletes a user. User Management y [Edit] Button: Changes user information.

  • Page 156

    USING THE PROGRAM Change Password The system_admin account password can be changed as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon. In the Settings list, click(touch) Customer Setting. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Change Password. After entering the current and new passwords, click(touch) the [Confirm] button. • Current P/W: Enter the current password.

  • Page 157

    USING THE PROGRAM When the Add a New User window appears, enter the user information and click(touch) the [Confirm] button. • ID: Enter the user's ID for the email server. • Password: Enter the login password. • Password 'Confirm': Re-enter the password. • User Role: Select the user permission you want • Accessible Group: Select a controllable device group NOTES...

  • Page 158

    USING THE PROGRAM User Management The following explains how to delete a registered user or edit user information. Deleting User Information You can delete a registered user's information as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon. In the Settings list, click(touch) Customer Setting. In the user list, click(touch) the [Delete] button for the user information you want to delete.

  • Page 159

    USING THE PROGRAM Editing User Information You can edit a registered user's information as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon. In the Settings list, click(touch) Customer Setting. In the user list, click(touch) the [Edit] button for the user information you want to edit. When the system password input window appears, enter the password, click(touch) the [Confirm] button.

  • Page 160

    USING THE PROGRAM When the Edit User window appears, enter the user information and click(touch) the [Confirm] button. • The updated user information is applied. To complete user edit, click(touch) the [Confirm] button.

  • Page 161: Network Setting (acp Bacnet, Ac Smart Iv, Ac Smart Bacnet Only)

    USING THE PROGRAM Network Setting (ACP BACnet, AC Smart IV, AC Smart BACnet Only) The following explains how to configure the network environment. Item Description Select IP address allocation type. y Get the IP address using DHCP: IP address is allocated by the IP address settings network automatically.

  • Page 162

    USING THE PROGRAM IP address settings You can select the IP address allocation as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon. In the Settings list, click(touch) Network Setting. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) IP address settings. Click(Touch) an IP address allocation type you want.

  • Page 163

    USING THE PROGRAM Subnet mask You can enter the subnet mask information for an IP address as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon. In the Settings list, click(touch) Network Setting. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Subnet mask. When the IP Information window appears, enter the subnet mask information, click(touch) the [Apply] button.

  • Page 164

    USING THE PROGRAM Main DNS You can enter the IP address of a main DNS server as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon. In the Settings list, click(touch) Network Setting. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Main DNS. When the DNS Server window appears, enter the IP address of the main DNS server and click(touch) the [Confirm] button.

  • Page 165

    USING THE PROGRAM HTTP Port setting If certain ports are restricted by network manager, you will not be able to access the web for ACS IV Controller. You can set the available HTTP port as follows: In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon. In the Settings list, click(touch) Network Setting.

  • Page 166: E-mail Setting

    USING THE PROGRAM E-Mail Setting When the administrator is not present, ACS IV Controller emails any error information to the administrator for reviewing. The following explains how to configure the email. Item Description E-mail account settings Configuring user email account. E-mail settings Select whether to use the email.

  • Page 167

    USING THE PROGRAM E-mail account settings You can configure the user's email account. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon. In the Settings list, click(touch) E-Mail Setting. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) E-mail account settings. Type the email account information. • User name: Enter the email user's name.

  • Page 168

    USING THE PROGRAM E-mail settings You can select whether to use the email function as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon. In the Settings list, click(touch) E-Mail Setting. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) E-mail settings. • If Enable is selected, the check box turns red and the Email Subject, Receiving e-mail, The transmission cycle during error occurs (minutes), and Automatic daily errornotification mail are enabled.

  • Page 169

    USING THE PROGRAM Recipient e-mail You can register the email address of up to three email receivers as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon. In the Settings list, click(touch) E-Mail Setting. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Recipient e-mail. When the Configuring Email window appears, enter the email address of the email receiver and click(touch) the [Confirm] button.

  • Page 170

    USING THE PROGRAM NOTES E-mails will continue to generate at the time intervals until the fault or error is resolved. It is suggested that the least amount of time (a longer time interval) be chosen so recipients are not overwhelmed with frequent emails.

  • Page 171

    USING THE PROGRAM Automatic daily error-notification mail You can configure an email to be sent automatically once per day, even if there are no error, as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon. In the Settings list, click(touch) E-Mail Setting. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Automatic daily error-notification mail.

  • Page 172: Tms Setting

    USING THE PROGRAM TMS Setting The following explains how to configure the remote monitoring and control system. Item Description TMS configuration Select whether to use a remote control service. TMS server address Configure the remote control service server address. TMS server port Configure the remote control service port.

  • Page 173

    USING THE PROGRAM TMS configuration You can select whether to use the remote control service as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon. In the Settings list, click(touch) TMS Setting. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) TMS configuration. • If Enable is selected, the check box turns red and TMS server address, TMS server port, Update Cycle (seconds), Site address, Site name, Site code, Admin Name, and Admin Contact are enabled.

  • Page 174

    USING THE PROGRAM TMS server address You can configure the server address of the remote control service as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon. In the Settings list, click(touch) TMS Setting. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) TMS server address. When the Remote Service Information window appears, enter the service server address and click(touch) the [Confirm] button.

  • Page 175

    USING THE PROGRAM Update Cycle (seconds) You can configure the update cycle of the remote control service information as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon. In the Settings list, click(touch) TMS Setting. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Update Cycle (seconds). When the Configuring Update Cycle window appears, click(touch) an update cycle you want.

  • Page 176

    USING THE PROGRAM Site name You can type the name of the site where ACS IV Controller is installed. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon. In the Settings list, click(touch) TMS Setting. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Site name. When the Configuring Site Information window appears, enter the site name and click(touch) the [Confirm] button.

  • Page 177

    USING THE PROGRAM Admin Name You can type the site manager's name as follows. In the main menu, click(touch) the [Environment] menu icon. In the Settings list, click(touch) TMS Setting. In the detailed settings list, click(touch) Admin Name. When the Configuring Site Manager Information window appears, enter the site manager's name and click(touch) the [Confirm] button.

  • Page 178: Channel Setting

    USING THE PROGRAM Channel Setting The following explains channel setting of ACS IV Controller. ACP IV, ACP BACnet Item Description y LGAP_AHU: AHU(Normal, Fresh Air, Heat Recovery) connection. y MODBUS_9600, MODBUS_19200: AHU(Modular Fresh Air, Modular Heat Recovery, DOAS), Exp.I/O, Chiller connection. y DEMAND: Demand Controller connection y MODBUS_9600, MODBUS_19200: AHU(Modular Fresh Air, Modular Heat Recovery, DOAS), Exp.I/O, Chiller connection.

  • Page 179

    USING THE PROGRAM AC Smart IV, AC Smart BACnet Item Description y LGAP_AHU: AHU(Normal, Fresh Air, Heat Recovery) connection. y MODBUS_9600, MODBUS_19200: AHU(Modular Fresh Air, Modular Heat Recovery, DOAS), Exp.I/O, Chiller connection. NOTES The default MODBUS communication setting is MODBUS_9600.

  • Page 180: Bacnet Setting

    USING THE PROGRAM BACnet Setting (ACP BACnet, AC Smart BACnet Only) The following explains BACnet setting of ACS IV Controller. Item Description Temperature Unit To set the temperature unit communicating with BMS. Setting To designate the Device Instance Number, Device ID must be set. Default Device ID is 9000, Device Instance Number is designated as below.

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