Document Number 540-1032
May 3, 2017
Plug, in the following order, the controller's:
pre-wired LAN trunk
DO8, AI3, and DI2
If the old controller has the RTS plug
between the LAN trunk and point
terminations, then rewire power to the
power trunk terminal block. If the old
controller has the RTS plug on the opposite
end of the board from the power trunk
terminal block, then plug the power trunk
terminal block from the old controller into
the new controller.
k. Connect the room temperature sensor. Run
the wiring through knockout.
Power up the controller.
The following tasks can be performed by the
m. Label and remove the polyethylene tubing
from the old enclosure.
n. After the new enclosure is in place,
reconnect the polyethylene tubing.
Figure 2. Room Pressurization Controller – Pneumatic Output with Autozero Modules.
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The following tasks can be performed by the system
4. Set the address and application at the new
5. Based on what you did in Step 2, do one of the
If you updated the initial values from the old
controller at the field panel, then when you
set the address and application for the new
controller, the field panel will automatically
send the initial values down to the new
controller. Once this takes place,
replacement is complete.
If you manually recorded the initial values in
the table, then enter them into the new
controller. If a field panel is present, then
update the controller's initial values.
Replacement is complete.
If there was no communication at the old
controller, or the new controller has a newer
firmware revision than the old controller,
then enter the initial values into the new
controller. At the field panel, add the LCTLR
point and update the controller's initial
values. The replacement is complete.
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