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INSTALLATION/USER MANUAL
• Make sure to read the cautions for safety before installation and use, and use
it correctly.
• It is intended to keep protect the safety of the installer and user and to
prevent the property damage, etc.
• After reading the user manual, please keep it at a place where user can
access any time.
TYPE : ACP Lonworks (ACP Lonworks Gateway)
MODEL : PLNWKB000, PLNWKB100
P/NO : MFL67842102
www.lg.com

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  • Page 1 • It is intended to keep protect the safety of the installer and user and to prevent the property damage, etc. • After reading the user manual, please keep it at a place where user can access any time. TYPE : ACP Lonworks (ACP Lonworks Gateway) MODEL : PLNWKB000, PLNWKB100 www.lg.com P/NO : MFL67842102...
  • Page 2: Tips For Saving Energy

    TIPS FOR SAVING ENERGY TIPS FOR SAVING ENERGY Here are some tips that will help you minimize the power consumption when you use the air conditioner. You can use your air conditioner more efficiently by referring to the instructions below: •...
  • Page 3: Important Safety Instructions

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE. Always comply with the following precautions to avoid dangerous situations and ensure peak performance of your product WARNING It can result in serious injury or death when the directions are ignored CAUTION It can result in minor injury or product damage when the directions are ignored WARNING...
  • Page 4 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS • Do not connect power cord to the control signal connector. - It may cause fire or explosion. Operation • Do not change or extend the power cord with your own discretion. - It may cause fire or electric shock •...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS Before configuring the ACP Lonworks environ- TIPS FOR SAVING ENERGY ment Setting the ACP Lonworks network address IMPORTANT SAFETY Entering into the environment setup mode INSTRUCTIONS How to set network address Setting IP address ACP LONWORKS FUNC- Using dynamic IP using DHCP Checking ACP Lonworks access...
  • Page 6: Acp Lonworks Functions And Specification

    - Set Network environment (IP address, Net mask, Gateway) - Set the function to use between Peak/demand function - Set the language to use in LG ACCS screen - Set whether to use schedule function - Set whether to use integrated power function...
  • Page 7 ACP LONWORKS FUNCTIONS AND SPECIFICATION Embedded web server function Without an installation of a separate PC program, when IP address of ACP Lonworks is input in the address window using Internet Explorer, the central control program in ACP Lonworks web server is automatically run, and the functions of various contents can be used.
  • Page 8: Acp Lonworks Components

    • After reading the user manual, please keep it at a place where user can access any time. TYPE : ACP Lonworks (ACP Lonworks Gateway) MODEL : PLNWKB000, PLNWKB100 www.lg.com P/NO : MFL67842102 ACP Lonworks Quick Guide (ACP Lonworks Gateway)
  • Page 9: Names Of Each Part Of Acp Lonworks

    ACP LONWORKS FUNCTIONS AND SPECIFICATION Names of each part of ACP Lonworks ACP Lonworks is composed as follows. PLNWKB000 NOTE • No. 3 and No. 4 may be different for each model.
  • Page 10 ACP LONWORKS FUNCTIONS AND SPECIFICATION Cover Front cover of the ACP Lonworks RS-232 console port Reserved communication port Adaptor connection jack Jack for DC 12V to connect to the power supply adaptor (not supported by PLNWKB100) Power port AC24V port for power connection (not supported by PLNWKB000) Buttons and LCD Buttons and LCD to set network environment and to display other information Basic external input/output signal connectors...
  • Page 11: Acp Lonworks Hardware Specification

    ACP LONWORKS FUNCTIONS AND SPECIFICATION ACP Lonworks Hardware Specification ACP Lonworks hardware specification is as follows. Category Description Boundary of usage temperature 0°C~40°C i.MX515 – 32Bit 800MHz speed (Option:MPC5668G, 116MHz) 128MB DDR2 SDRAM * 2EA 4GB i-NAND Flash - Ethernet 10 / 100 BASE-T - USB : USB Host (SW upgrade, data backup) mini USB Device (Debug) - RS-485 communication ports 6EA...
  • Page 12: Operating Acp Lonworks With Accs

    Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS LG ACCS is a UI program of web server that can operate ACP Lonworks. This chapter explains about the function and process to operate ACP Lonworks using LG ACCS. Review the initial ACCS screen LG ACCS (Advanced Centralized Control System) is a program that is automatically run when you access to ACP Lonworks web server.
  • Page 13 Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS 1 Menu selection button You can select the corresponding menu from the menu selection button to perform the functions such as control and monitoring, etc. ACP Lonworks has the following 9 menus. Category Description It can perform the functions of operation status change, lock all, lock tem- perature, etc.
  • Page 14 Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS 2 Peak operation ratio control, network status display window The running status of peak operation ratio control mode and the air status of the network are dis- played with the following icons. Category Icon Description It is displayed when it is in peak operation ratio control mode.
  • Page 15: Controlling The Equipments

    - It can be integrated and managed through group setting. Click ‘Control Group Air Conditioner’ menu at the top of LG ACCS to control the air conditioner. (This manual explains the air conditioner control as an example, and will explain only the unique...
  • Page 16 Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS 1 Air conditioner operation status window In the air conditioner operation status window, operation status, operation mode, temperature of the space where the indoor unit is currently installed, and desired temperature of individual air conditioner are displayed. Group name &...
  • Page 17 Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS Mode In Mode, when the air conditioner is currently in operation, the mode operation is displayed with an icon. The operation modes displayed on the screen are as follows. Type Icon Description It is displayed when the air conditioner is currently in cooling operation. It is displayed when the air conditioner is currently in dehumidification operation.
  • Page 18 Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS 2 Air conditioner group and air conditioner selection window In the air conditioner group and air conditioner selection window, the list of air conditioner groups and the air conditioners set in the system is displayed. Also, you can select an air conditioner group or air conditioner for air conditioner control.
  • Page 19 Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS 3 Control & Monitoring Window It displays the air conditioner control setting selected from the list of the air conditioner group and the air conditioner list to control. Mode The operation method of the air conditioner can be set at the mode. The modes to set are as fol- lows: Icon Description...
  • Page 20 Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS Fan Speed It controls the air flow. The types of air flow to set are as follows: Air flow Description It sets to ventilate with a small of air flow. It sets to ventilate at the medium level of air flow. It sets to ventilate at the high level of air flow.
  • Page 21 Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS Lock It sets the lock function of the air conditioner. When the lock function is set, the air conditioner cannot be controlled by the wireless or wired remote controller. Use the lock function not for the user individually, but to centrally control the air conditioner.
  • Page 22 Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS Temp. Range Set the maximum/minimum temperature limit of the indoor where air conditioner is installed. The maximum/minimum temperature can be set by clicking ▲ button or ▼ button. The maximum temperature can be set with the range of 18°C~30°C, and the minimum tempera- ture can be set with the range of 16°C~30°C.
  • Page 23: Ventilation Control Screen And Unique Features

    Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS Ventilation Control Screen and unique features Unique features Set both air intake and discharge to ventilate through electric heat Heat exchanger. (It is used in Summer/Winter when there is a big difference Exchange of temperature and humidity between indoor and outdoor.) Set the discharged air to ventilate without going through electric heat Mode Normal...
  • Page 24: Awhp Control Screen And Unique Features

    Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS AWHP Control Screen and unique features Unique features Heat tank: Turn on/off the Heat tank function of AWHP. Current temp: Display the current temperature of AWHP. (It displays water in temperature, room temperature, heat tank supply tempera- ture, and solar heating temperature.) Room Set temp: Set the Room Set temp of AWHP.
  • Page 25: Ahu Control Screen And Unique Features

    Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS AHU Control Screen and unique features Unique features Mode power saving: Operate in power saving mode to save electricity usage. Damper angle: Set the damper opening angle of each of OA, EA, and MIX of AHU. (The setting range of OA, EA, and MIX is 0~90.) Set temp: Set the desired temperature of AHU.
  • Page 26: Chiller Control Screen And Unique Features

    Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS Chiller Control Screen and unique features Unique features Alarm: Display cycle number and error number of the Chiller with error. Setting: Set cooling temperature, heating temperature, and demand limit ratio of Chiller. (Setting range of cooling temperature is 5~15°c, setting range of heating temperature is 40~55°c, and setting range of demand limit ratio is 0~100%.) Chilled Water: Display Leaving, Entering, and ambient of the Chiller.
  • Page 27: Setting The Schedule

    Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS Setting the schedule It is the function to perform the reserved operation at the specified time by specifying the opera- tion of the air conditioner. For example, for the case of the school, the air conditioner automatical- ly starts and stops at the specified time by setting the schedule to attending school and returning home.
  • Page 28 Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS To set the schedule, click ‘Schedule’ menu at the top of LG ACCS. When you click ‘Schedule’ menu, the schedule setting screen appears as follows. Calendar window Basically, this month’s calendar is displayed, and today is highlighted.
  • Page 29 Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS Schedule list The entire list of the set schedule is displayed. If you select certain day from the calendar, the schedule activated on that day will be displayed in bold and blue letters. If you select a schedule from the schedule list, the contents of the schedule are displayed as in the following screen.
  • Page 30 Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS Command button Each button has the following meanings. Button Description Show the contents of the selected schedule and display a new window for Query/Modify edition Add a new schedule Delete Delete the selected schedule When add schedule button is pressed, the following screen appears. CAUTION •...
  • Page 31 Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS Button Description Schedule Name You can take a memo or make name for easy to memorize the schedule. Nickname[Memo] You can set the repeated pattern of the schedule. If you select ‘day of week selection’, you can set the schedule to operate only on the desired day of the week.
  • Page 32 Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS View/Change and Delete 1. Manager who is not a super user may only change or delete the schedules registered with his or her own account. 2. To view/change or delete a schedule, the schedule shall be first selected as in the following picture.
  • Page 33: Controlling The Peak Operation Ratio

    Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS Controlling the peak operation ratio It maintains the consumed power to be kept lower than or equal to the target power by monitor- ing the power consumption of the air conditioner. Peak operation ratio control function can con- trol with two methods according to the set peak operation rules to save energy.
  • Page 34: Indoor Unit Priority Control Method

    To control peak operation ratio, click ‘Peak Control’ menu at the top of LG ACCS. When you click ‘Peak Control’ menu, the following control screen appears.
  • Page 35 Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS Power consumption monitor The peak control setting information and the operation information are displayed in the power consumption monitor. - Function operation status - Current operation Rate - Target Operating Rate - Cycle Function operation status The operation status of the current peak control is displayed in the function operation status.
  • Page 36 Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS Current operation status and power control setting (graph type) Current operation status is displayed in the left side of the peak operation control screen, and there is a graph that can set power control function. To change the peak operation ratio, you can drag mark with mouse to set the desired operation ratio.
  • Page 37: Outdoor Unit Capacity Control Method

    VIP room may be maintained by selecting outdoor units not to be applied in the peak group setting screen. To control peak operation ratio, click ‘Peak Control’ menu at the top of LG ACCS. When you click ‘Peak Control’ menu, the following control screen appears.
  • Page 38 Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS Operation status monitor Peak control setting information and operation information are displayed in operation status monitor. Function operation information The current demand control operation status is displayed in the function operation status. The types of the displayed operation status are as follows. Operation status Description Peak operation ratio control function is in operation.
  • Page 39 Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS Operation ratio control setting (graph type) There is a graph that can set the peak operation ratio control function. To change the peak operation ratio, you can drag ◀ mark with mouse to set the Target Operating Rate.
  • Page 40: Controlling Demand Power

    Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS Controlling demand power It maintains the consumed power to be kept lower than or equal to the target power by monitor- ing the power consumption of the air conditioner. It can control to save the energy by using the AC Manager connected to the ACP Lonworks to forcefully start or stop the air conditioner.
  • Page 41: Indoor Unit Priority Control Method

    But, if the current operation state uses the power under the target operation ratio setting value, air conditioner can be individually controlled. To control demand power, click ‘Demand’ menu at the top of LG ACCS. When you click ‘Demand’ menu, the following demand power control screen appears.
  • Page 42 Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS Power consumption monitor The demand control setting information and the operation information are displayed in the power consumption monitor. - Function operation status - Current operation Rate - Target Operating Rate - Cycle Function operation status The operation status of the current demand control is displayed in the function operation status.
  • Page 43: Outdoor Unit Capacity Control Method

    VIP room may be maintained by selecting outdoor units not to be applied in the peak group setting screen. To control demand, click ‘Demand’ menu at the top of LG ACCS. When you click ‘demand’ menu, the following control screen appears.
  • Page 44 Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS Operation status monitor Demand control setting information and operation information are displayed in operation sta- tus monitor. Function operation information The current demand control operation status is displayed in the function operation status. The types of the displayed operation status are as follows. Operation status Description Demand control function is in operation.
  • Page 45 Demand control setting • Demand control is set by the AC Manager connected outside, so the categories such as desired operation ratio, operation conversion period, etc. may not be set in LG ACCS pro- gram. When cooling/heating is not running well •...
  • Page 46: Monitoring The Equipment Status

    You can see the operation status and the error status of each of the equipment set in all air con- ditioner groups at the LG ACCS at a glance. In order to view the status information of the equipment, click 'Monitoring' menu at the top of the LG ACCS.
  • Page 47 Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS The following information is displayed at the monitoring screen. Item Description Name Name of equipment currently registered at the system Operation mode Operation mode set in the equipment Air flow The strength of the air of the supported equipment Air direction Whether the air direction is set in the supported equipment Lock all...
  • Page 48: Reviewing The Error Log

    Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS Reviewing the Error Log The LG ACCS saves and records the information of the error occurred from all equipments con- nected to the ACP Lonworks. You can see this error history at ' Error Log' menu of the LG ACCS.
  • Page 49 Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS Querying the Error Log You can set and query the information about the error occurred within the desired period. The start date and the end date of the period to query can be set by pressing each calendar button within the query period.
  • Page 50 Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS Error log list It displays the history list of the errors occurred within the query period. The following information is displayed in the error history list. Item Description History of the occurrence and normalization of an error Icon Error occurred in the network Error occurred in the system(outdoor and indoor unit)
  • Page 51: Reviewing The Power (Power Display Interface)

    Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS Reviewing the power (power display interface) The LG ACCS offers the power display interface function to check and manage the power of all indoor units of the air conditioners connected to the ACP Lonworks. If this function is used, when the outdoor unit is shared in officetel, residential-commercial building, and school, it can be effectively controlled since the power consumption of each indoor unit is displayed.
  • Page 52 Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS Power consumption monitor At the top, the result of summing all the current accumulated power consumptions of the power distribution indicator connected to the air conditioners and the power consumed by the air condi- tioners during the query period at the right are displayed. Power consumption list of each group You can view the power consumption of each group.
  • Page 53 Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS Printing and saving You can output the power of each group or each indoor unit displayed on the screen to a printer, or save as an Excel file. Setting the power consumption query period You can set the period for query of the power consumption in the right side of "Wattmeter" screen.
  • Page 54: Setting The System

    When ACP Lonworks interfaces with AC Manager • When the ACP Lonworks interfaces with AC Manager, if the system is set by LG ACCS of the ACP Lonworks, it may cause the malfunction of the air conditioner. To interface the...
  • Page 55 Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS In order to register, delete or modify the air conditioner at the system, click 'Setting' menu of the LG ACCS. When you click ' Setting' menu, the following system setup screen is displayed. Group Configuration...
  • Page 56 Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS Installation When indoor unit address lock is set, central control address cannot be changed from the indoor unit remote controller. Changing outdoor unit information You can change the name of the outdoor unit, central control address, outdoor unit capacity, and the number of the connected indoor units.
  • Page 57 Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS Changing indoor unit information You can change the name of the indoor unit, central control address, and indoor unit capacity. After changing the informa- tion, you must press [Apply] button. CAUTION Outdoor unit and indoor unit capacity •...
  • Page 58 Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS Add/delete indoor unit When you add or delete indoor unit, you can do it by changing the number of the connected indoor units connected to the out- door unit, but when you add or delete one by one, you can also do it by right click and popup menu.
  • Page 59 Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS Add AHU To add AHU, right click, and add through the popup menu. When you press [Add an AHU] button in the popup menu, AHU will be added. AHU is added independently without going under out- door unit group or ventilator / direct cooling type group.
  • Page 60 Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS Auto search When you first register indoor unit / outdoor unit / ventilator, etc., it is convenient if you use the automatic search function. When you press automatic search button, it searches the indoor unit and ventilator products connected to the ACP Lonworks.
  • Page 61 Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS Smart Group Setting When you press [Smart Group Setting] button, the control group is automatically created based on the outdoor unit and ventilator group information input in the installation status. Users may change the control group as they wish as necessary. ·...
  • Page 62 Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS Peak Group During the peak control, you can control with priority for each group. To set the peak group, press [Peak Group] button, and the following screen will appear. In this screen, you can select peak operation method, and for priority control method, set peak group to set the priority of each group.
  • Page 63: Indoor Unit Priority Control Setting

    Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS Indoor unit priority control setting Control method during Peak/demand operation You can select the control method during peak operation or demand operation. When you select priority control method, peak mode operation will start from the indoor unit with lower priority when the current usage exceeds the target value.
  • Page 64: Outdoor Unit Capacity Control Setting

    Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS Outdoor unit capacity control setting When you select outdoor unit capacity control, it will convert to the above screen. The control is performed in the units of outdoor unit in outdoor unit capacity control method, so a separate group cannot be set.
  • Page 65 User Management You can input manager information in “User Management” menu. Manager information is the authority to log in to LG ACCS. When you press [User Add] button, you can input new user, password, authority, and the group to control.
  • Page 66 Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS CAUTION When a user is added • Account may be added up to 256. • ACCS, which is the control screen of the ACP Lonworks can be run up to 50 at the same time, and if more ACCS is run, proper control of the ACP Lonworks may be impossible.
  • Page 67 Even if you input the above information, you may not immediately be able to use TMS interface. If you have relevant questions or requests, please contact the service center or installation specialty store acknowledged by LG.
  • Page 68: Additional Functions

    Operating ACP Lonworks with ACCS Additional functions ACP Lonworks provides the function to display freezing cycle information of the outdoor unit as an additional function. But, to see the freezing cycle of the outdoor unit, you must make a maintenance contract with a maintenance company, and a separate device may need to be installed.
  • Page 69: Installing Acp Lonworks

    Set language, peak/demand, whether to use schedule, whether to use power display, etc. STEP 9. Set ACCS access environment Set the access environment in LG ACCS, which is the operation program of the ACP Lonworks. STEP 10. Input indoor unit and ventilator information Set the access environment in LG ACCS, which is the operation program of the ACP Lonworks.
  • Page 70: Installing Acp Lonworks

    Installing ACP Lonworks Check points during the ACP Lonworks installation • The number of PI485 connected to one RS-485 communication line ACP Lonworks provides 6 RS-485 ports. (CH 1~6) - CH1~4 : ACP Lonworks provides 4 RS-485 ports for indoor unit connection. (Up to 64 indoor units) - CH5 : ACP Lonworks provides 1 RS-485 port for AHU unit connection.
  • Page 71: Setting The Indoor Unit Address

    Installing ACP Lonworks Setting the indoor unit address By considering the entire installation configuration connecting to one ACP Lonworks, set the address to each indoor unit not to be overlapped. Address range that can be set to indoor units are determined as selected module type. - Module 0 : 00~FF in hexadecimal can be set to the indoor unit address, but it can be connected up to 64 indoor units only.
  • Page 72: Setting The Pi485 And Connecting The Cable

    Installing ACP Lonworks Setting the PI485 and connecting the cable After setting the address of the indoor unit, install the PI485 and set the DIP switch. And then, connect the RS485 cable for communication with the ACP. NOTE Installing the PI485 •...
  • Page 73 Installing ACP Lonworks The following figure is an example of connecting several PI485 with each other to connect to one ACP. PQCPC22A0...
  • Page 74: Installing Acp Lonworks And Connecting Cables

    Installing ACP Lonworks Installing ACP Lonworks and connecting cables After setting PI485, the ACP Lonworks shall be installed in an adequate place, and RS-485 cable shall be connected for the communication with PI485. And, Ethernet cable (LAN cable) shall be connected for the connection with internet or AC Manager.
  • Page 75: Installing The Acp Lonworks In Din Rail

    Installing ACP Lonworks Installing the ACP Lonworks in DIN RAIL ACP Lonworks can be installed in DIN RAIL with width 35mm and height 7.5mm. Proceed as the follows to install the ACP Lonworks in an adequate place. The installation method of the ACP Lonworks is explained here with the example of installing the ACP Lonworks in DIN RAIL.
  • Page 76: Connecting Rs-485 Cable To The Acp Lonworks

    Installing ACP Lonworks Fixing the ACP Lonworks to the wall ACP Lonworks can be installed by fixing to the wall. To install the ACP Lonworks in an adequate place, proceed according to the following explanation. It explains here on how to install the ACP Lonworks with the example of installing the ACP Lonworks on the wall.
  • Page 77 Installing ACP Lonworks Information: Connecting RS-485 of the ACP Lonworks Up to 16 outdoor units can be connected to one RS-485 port of the ACP Lonworks, and up to 64 indoor units(In case of AHU Unit, up to 16 AHU units/In case of Chiller units up to 15 chiller units) can be connected to one ACP Lonworks.
  • Page 78: Connecting Ethernet Cable (Lan Cable) To The Acp Lonworks

    Installing ACP Lonworks Connecting Ethernet cable (LAN cable) to the ACP Lonworks After connecting the ACP Lonworks and RS-485 cable, Ethernet cable shall be connected to the ACP Lonworks . ACP Lonworks may be connected to hub through Ethernet cable, or directly to AC Manager. Connecting the ACP Lonworks and hub It is the case of connecting the ACP Lonworks to the basic internet network installed at the site, and it is generally connected to the hub.
  • Page 79: Connecting Lon Communication Cable(Tp/Ft-10) Of Acp Lonworks

    Installing ACP Lonworks Connecting LON communication cable(TP/FT-10) of ACP Lonworks. LON communication cable(TP/FT-10) should be connected LON port of ACP Lonworks. ACP Lonworks can connect with BMS through LON communication cable(TP/FT-10). There is non-polarity in TP/FT-10 communication cable conection. Connect two line communication cable with BMS.
  • Page 80: Before Configuring The Acp Lonworks Environ- Ment

    Installing ACP Lonworks Setting the ACP Lonworks network address After connecting the ACP Lonworks to various devices via the cable, the network environment of the ACP Lonworks should be set by driving the ACP Lonworks. The following information should be set for using the ACP Lonworks. - IP address of the ACP Lonworks - Gateway address - Net mask...
  • Page 81 Installing ACP Lonworks Turning on the ACP Lonworks Turn on the ACP Lonworks to set the network environment of the ACP Lonworks. When the power switch is turned on, the ACP Lonworks booting screen is displayed on the LCD as shown at the following figure, and when booting is completed, the initial ACP Lonworks screen is displayed.
  • Page 82: Entering Into The Environment Setup Mode

    Installing ACP Lonworks Entering into the environment setup mode Press 'SET' button of the ACP Lonworks to enter into the environment setup mode of the ACP Lonworks. When the 'SET' button is pressed for the first time, the menu to set the IP address is displayed as shown below.
  • Page 83: How To Set Network Address

    Installing ACP Lonworks How to set network address In [Network Info] menu, use the category to set using “up” and “down” (▲, ▼) buttons. IP, Gateway, and Net mask settings are displayed in the initial screen of [Network Info] menu, and you can check MAC address and DHCP setting using “down”...
  • Page 84 Installing ACP Lonworks The network address consists of four 3-digit numbers. In case of setting the network address, the, name of the related address is displayed on the LCD of the ACP Lonworks, and press Up/Down/Left/Right (▲, ▼, ◀, ▶) button to set. Press Up/Down (▲, ▼) button to increase/decrease the number of the digit where the cursor is on, and press Left/Right (◀, ▶) button to move the digit of the network address to the left or right.
  • Page 85: Setting Ip Address

    Installing ACP Lonworks Setting IP address For user to use the functions of the ACP Lonworks through the web, a unique IP address may be assigned to the ACP Lonworks or dynamic IP setting may be used. The next is how to set fixed IP address.
  • Page 86: Using Dynamic Ip Using Dhcp

    Installing ACP Lonworks Using dynamic IP using DHCP For user to use the functions of the ACP Lonworks through the web, a unique IP address may be assigned to the ACP Lonworks or dynamic IP setting may be used. The next is how to set dynamic IP address. Please proceed according to the order.
  • Page 87: Checking Acp Lonworks Access

    Installing ACP Lonworks Checking ACP Lonworks access It checks whether the ACP Lonworks network address setting is properly done. You can check the possibility of accessing the ACP Lonworks through PING test. You can open the following DOS window through Windows "Start", "Run", "cmd" input. In DOS screen, input "ping <ACP Lonworks IP address>"...
  • Page 88 Installing ACP Lonworks NOTE When you connected the ACP Lonworks and PC through a cross cable, but you cannot access the ACP Lonworks • Check IP address of the ACP Lonworks and IP address of the PC. Ex) If IP address of the ACP Lonworks is 192.168.1.101 and Net mask is 255.255.255.0, check if the first three digits of the IP address of the PC is the same as the first three digits of the IP address of the ACP Lonworks.
  • Page 89: Selecting Peak Or Demand

    Installing ACP Lonworks Setting the functions of the ACP Lonworks The following functions can be set by using the menu of the ACP Lonworks: - Select Peak or Demand - Web screen language selection - Schedule function - Power display function - Error history display function - Outdoor unit cycle information display function - Setting the attributes of CH6 (not supported in Standard)
  • Page 90 Installing ACP Lonworks One of these two methods can be selected and used in the ACP Lonworks. And, if it is set by the menu of the ACP Lonworks, the UI screen is differently displayed when accessing the web screen to set the function. The ACP Lonworks should be set to the Demand function for the fol- lowing cases: - Interfacing with the AC Manager NOTE...
  • Page 91: Selecting Accs Display Language

    The following figure is the initial screen of the LG ACCS program. The LG ACCS is offered with the Korean version and the English version, which can be changed by the user's setting. Change the language setting of the LG ACCS as follows: - When you press the 'SET' button of the ACP Lonworks, menu screen will be displayed.
  • Page 92: Setting Whether To Use Schedule Function

    Setting whether to use schedule function LG ACCS, which is the ACP Lonworks operation program, provides the schedule function to automatically operate the air conditioner indoor unit connected to the ACP Lonworks at certain time. Schedule setting function requires the decision whether to use schedule function in the ACP Lonworks.
  • Page 93 Installing ACP Lonworks Change whether to use schedule function as follows: - When you press the 'SET' button of the ACP Lonworks, menu screen will be displayed. Use up and down (▲, ▼) buttons to select [Contents], and press “SET” button again. While [Schedule] is selected, if you press “SET”...
  • Page 94: Setting Whether To Use The Power Display Function

    Installing ACP Lonworks Setting whether to use the power display function LG ACCS, which is the operation program of the ACP Lonworks, provides the power display interface function that can check and manage the power consumption of the air conditioner indoor unit connected to the ACP Lonworks.
  • Page 95: Setting Whether To Display Error History

    ACP Lonworks. User may select whether to display the error history through LG ACCS at his or her own convenience. To use the error history function, whether to use the function shall be set in the ACP Lonworks.
  • Page 96: Setting Whether To Display Cycle Information

    Setting whether to display cycle information In LG ACCS, which is the operation program of the ACP Lonworks, you can monitor the cycle information of the outdoor unit connected to the ACP Lonworks. But, to see the freezing cycle of the outdoor unit, you must make a maintenance contract with a maintenance company in advance, and a separate device installation may be required.
  • Page 97: Setting Whether To Use Firealarm Function

    Installing ACP Lonworks Setting whether to use FireAlarm function ACP Lonworks provides Fire Alarm function. After connecting the fire sensor to ACP Lonworks DI1, if the fire sensor detects fire, it stops the operations of all connected equipments except the Chiller. CAUTION Fire Alarm interface •...
  • Page 98: Setting Whether To Use Air Conditioner 0.5°C Control Function

    Installing ACP Lonworks Setting whether to use CH6 function To connect to the Chiller from the ACP Lonworks, M (Chiller) shall be selected in CH6 USAGE. D (demand controller) setting is not used. - When you press the 'SET' button of the ACP Lonworks, menu screen will be displayed. Use up and down (▲, ▼) buttons to select [Contents], and press “SET”...
  • Page 99: Software Service Function

    - Create “ramdisk” folder in USB memory. - Put the S/W file to update in “ramdisk” folder. At this time, only one S/W file must be put. (New version software file can be downloaded from LG Electronics System Air Conditioner homepage.)
  • Page 100 Installing ACP Lonworks E: may be changed.
  • Page 101 Installing ACP Lonworks - Press “SET” button of the ACP Lonworks. Select [Function] menu, and press “SET” button. Select [S/W update] menu, and press “SET” button again. To run the software update, press “SET” button again. Wait while software is running. After completing the update, press “SET”...
  • Page 102: Data Backup

    Installing ACP Lonworks Data backup If ACP Lonworks data backup is necessary, it must be carried out by the specialized service tech- nician. Data backup can be done with USB memory or SD card. Proceed in the following order. - Insert USB memory or SD card into the ACP Lonworks. (Refer to software update for USB memory insertion.)
  • Page 103 Installing ACP Lonworks - Press “SET” button of the ACP Lonworks. Select [Function] menu, and press “SET” button. Select [DB back up] menu, and press “SET” button again. Select [USB] or [SD card], and press “SET” button. After completing backup, remove USB memory. PLNWKB000 Click SET button...
  • Page 104: Data Recovery

    Installing ACP Lonworks Data recovery If ACP Lonworks data recovery is necessary, it must be carried out by the specialized service technician. Data recovery can be done with USB memory or SD card. Proceed in the following order. - Save the database file to recover in USB memory or SD card. Save the files in “db”...
  • Page 105 Installing ACP Lonworks - Insert USB memory or SD card into the ACP Lonworks. (Refer to software update and data backup) - Press “SET” button of the ACP Lonworks. Select [Function] menu, and press “SET” button. Select [DB recover] menu, and press “SET” button again. Select [USB] or [SD card], and press “SET”...
  • Page 106: Rs-485 Data Logging

    Installing ACP Lonworks RS-485 data logging If ACP Lonworks RS-485 data logging is necessary, it must be carried out by the specialized serv- ice technician. Data logging can be done with SD card. Proceed in the following order. - Insert SD card into the ACP Lonworks. (Refer to data backup) - Press “SET”...
  • Page 107: Setting The Module Type Of The Acp Lonworks

    Installing ACP Lonworks Setting the module type of the ACP Lonworks The following functions can be set module type by using the menu of the ACP Lonworks. - Setting the module type Before setting the module type of the ACP Lonworks The module type setting of ACP Lonworks is set by using the LCD and button in front side of ACP Lonworks.
  • Page 108: Display The Module Type Setting Information

    Installing ACP Lonworks Display the module type setting information Control/monitoring and BMS connecting functions of corresponding product is provided to ACP Lonworks by selecting product information. Proceed in the following order to see the set module type information in ACP Lonworks. - Press "SET"...
  • Page 109: Accessing Acp Lonworks

    Installing ACP Lonworks Accessing ACP Lonworks User may control the functions of the ACP Lonworks using LG ACCS program of the ACP Lonworks in the computer connected to the ACP Lonworks through network. LG ACCS (Advanced Centralized Control System) is the ACP Lonworks function control program developed in Java language.
  • Page 110 Installing ACP Lonworks - If the following page is displayed, install Java according to the figure. - Click ‘here’. - Click ‘Agree and Start Free Download’.
  • Page 111 Installing ACP Lonworks - Click ‘Run’. - Install by clicking ‘Install’. CAUTION • It is recommended to install with 7 or later which is the current Java version. (Lower Version may not run properly.)
  • Page 112 Installing ACP Lonworks - When the program is installed, the following screen is displayed. At this time, press Run. If you don’t want to see this message again, check in “I always trust the contents of this poster”. - Click “Run” button. - When the program installation is completed, the log in screen is displayed as follows.
  • Page 113 Installing ACP Lonworks - When the program is run properly, the following screen is displayed.
  • Page 114: Input Indoor/Outdoor Unit And Ventilation Equipment Information

    - When ACP Lonworks is connected to AC Manager, register information using AC Manager. - If ACP Lonworks is not connected to AC Manager, use LG ACCS program of the ACP Lonworks to register the information.
  • Page 115: When Acp Lonworks Is Not Connected To Ac Manager

    When ACP Lonworks is not connected to AC Manager When ACP Lonworks is not connected to AC Manager, you can input the information of the indoor unit and ventilation equipment using LG ACCS (Advanced Centralized Control System) pro- gram of the ACP Lonworks.
  • Page 116 Installing ACP Lonworks - Click 'installation status' button. "Click" - Click 'automatic search' button. "Click" - When you click 'yes' button, the ACP Lonworks searches the address of the installed indoor units. "Click"...
  • Page 117 Installing ACP Lonworks <Screen during the search> <Screen after completing the search> NOTE Searching the installed indoor units • When you press 'yes', it searches the indoor units with the hexadecimal address of 00~FF and the ventilators with the hexadecimal address of 00~FF.
  • Page 118 Installing ACP Lonworks - Click ‘save’ button. "Click" Group setting When all of the information of the installed indoor units is displayed through automatic search, you need to set the groups. Group is the combining of the indoor units with the common attributes for convenient control. For example, you can make the groups of 1st grade and 2nd grade, or 1st floor and 2nd floor.
  • Page 119: Verifying And Checking The Acp Lonworks Installation

    Check the connection of indoor unit air conditioner First, you need to check if the indoor unit air conditioner is connected by running LG ACCS of the ACP Lonworks. Check the ACP Lonworks status according to the following flowchart.
  • Page 120 ACP Lonworks status monitoring after executing lock all and temperature lock Run LG ACCS of the ACP Lonworks to select all indoor units, and execute lock all function. Afterwards, execute temperature lock function again, and monitor the status of the ACP Lonworks.
  • Page 121: Connecting With Lonworks Bms

    Installing ACP Lonworks Connecting with Lonworks BMS After connecting with Lonworks BMS(Lonworks Building Management System), press Service Switch of ACP Lonworks. Then Service LED will be turned on and the Neuron ID will be sent to Lonworks BMS. Check that Service LED is changed to normal condition(LED OFF) within 10 minutes. If Service LED is change to normal condition, it is installed normally.
  • Page 122: Notes

    When GUI cannot be operated in LG ACCS, which is the operation program of the ACP Lonworks - When GUI cannot be operated in LG ACCS, which is the operation program of the ACP Lon- works, close Explorer window, and run new Explorer to access again.
  • Page 123 NOTES When the ventilation equipment is displayed as a network error state (code 242) in LG ACCS of the ACP Lonworks When the ventilation equipment is displayed as a network error state (code 242) as followed, in LG ACCS, which is the web server program of the ACP Lonworks, please check the following categories.
  • Page 124 NOTES It is installed by interfacing AC Ez and the ACP Lonworks, but some indoor units are not recognized, or not properly performing the central control commands. - It is the case of incorrect setting of AC Ez. Set all AC Ez to Slave mode. - If the indoor unit to control with AC Ez is in another physical line as in the following figure, the AC Ez cannot recognize the corresponding indoor unit.
  • Page 125 PI485 Main PCB Wrong connection When the image of LG ACCS is broken and you cannot see the screen such as the temperature well - Close LG ACCS, and rerun. ※Cautions - If PC is used for a long period of time, or several application programs are used at the same time, PC performance may be degraded and may affect the ACP Lonworks UI.
  • Page 126: Guide To Open Source Software

    GPL execution file LGPL library If you request source code to LG Electronics through the following e-mail, we will send them in CD-ROM with the payment necessary for medium and transportation. opensource@lge.com This suggestion is valid for 3 years after you received this product from LG Electronics.
  • Page 127: Function Block

    NOTES Function Block n Air conditioner Objects ① Standard Function Block SNVT_switch nviOnOff SNVT_switch nvoOnOff SNVT_hvac_mode nviHeatCool SNVT_hvac_mode nvoHeatCool (8500)FB SNVT_switch nviLock SNVT_switch nvoLock SNVT_temp_p nviSetPoint SNVT_temp_p nvoSetPoint Indoor SNVT_switch nviFanSpeedCmd SNVT_switch nvoFanSpeed unit SNVT_switch nviSwing_Heater SNVT_switch nvoSwing_Heater Network SNVT_switch nviModlok SNVT_switch nvoModlok...
  • Page 128 NOTES n ERV Objects ① Standard Function Block SNVT_switch nviOnOff SNVT_switch nvoOnOff (8500)FB SNVT_hvac_mode nviHeatCool SNVT_hvac_mode nvoHeatCool SNVT_switch nviLock SNVT_switch nvoLock SNVT_switch nviFanSpeedCmd SNVT_switch nvoFanSpeed SNVT_switch nviSwing_Heater SNVT_switch nvoSwing_Heater Network SNVT_switch nviFilt_Tmpsel SNVT_switch nvoFilt_Tmpsel Variables SNVT_count nviUsrmod SNVT_count nvoUsrmod SNVT_count nvoPType SNVT_count nvoPAddr...
  • Page 129 NOTES n ERV DX Objects ① Standard Function Block SNVT_switch nviOnOff SNVT_switch nvoOnOff (8500)FB SNVT_hvac_mode nviHeatCool SNVT_hvac_mode nvoHeatCool SNVT_switch nviLock SNVT_switch nvoLock SNVT_temp_p nviSetPoint SNVT_temp_p nvoSetPoint ERV DX SNVT_switch nviFanSpeedCmd SNVT_switch nvoFanSpeed Network SNVT_switch nviSwing_Heater SNVT_switch nvoSwing_Heater Variables SNVT_switch nviTmplok_Humid SNVT_switch nvoTmplok_Humid SNVT_count...
  • Page 130 NOTES n AWHP Objects ① Standard Function Block SNVT_switch nviOnOff SNVT_switch nvoOnOff nviHeatCool SNVT_hvac_mode SNVT_hvac_mode nvoHeatCool (8500)FB SNVT_switch nviLock SNVT_switch nvoLock SNVT_temp_p nviSetPoint SNVT_temp_p nvoSetPoint AWHP nviLow_HW_Tmp SNVT_temp_p SNVT_temp_p nvoLow_HW_Tmp Network SNVT_switch nviIDUrun_HWEn SNVT_temp_p nvoUp_Sol_Tmp Variables SNVT_switch nvoFilt_Tmpsel SNVT_switch nvoIDUrun_HWEn SNVT_count nvoPType SNVT_count...
  • Page 131 NOTES n AHU Objects ① Standard Function Block SNVT_switch nviOnOff SNVT_switch nvoOnOff SNVT_hvac_mode nviHeatCool SNVT_hvac_mode nvoHeatCool (8500)FB nviLock nvoLock SNVT_switch SNVT_switch nviSetRH nvoSetRH SNVT_switch SNVT_switch SNVT_switch nviEconEnable SNVT_switch nvoAutoVent nviFireDetect nvoFireDetect SNVT_switch SNVT_switch Network nviSetpoint nvoSetpoint SNVT_temp_p SNVT_temp_p Variables SNVT_lev_percent nviSpaceRH SNVT_lev_percent nvoSpaceRH...
  • Page 132 NOTES Control Monitoring Operation Mode Operation Mode On/Off On/Off Humidification Humidification Lock Lock AutoVent Fire Detect AutoVent Fire Detect Humidity Humidity Temperature Temperature Cool EA Damper Cool EA Damper Cool OA Damper Cool OA Damper Cool MIX Damper Heat OA Damper Cool MIX Damper Heat OA Damper Heat MIX Damper...
  • Page 133 NOTES n Chiller Objects ① Standard Function Block SNVT_switch SNVT_switch nviOnOff nvoOnOff nviAlarmRelease SNVT_switch nvoAlarmRelease SNVT_switch (8500)FB SNVT_switch nvoCWFrostP SNVT_switch nviCWFrostP SNVT_switch nviChillWFrostP nvoCWFlowSW SNVT_switch nviDemandLimit SNVT_lev_percent nvoDemandLimit SNVT_lev_percent Chiller SNVT_temp_p nvoCoolwaterTemp SNVT_temp_p nviCoolwaterTemp Network nviHotwaterTemp SNVT_temp_p nvoHotwaterTemp SNVT_temp_p Variables SNVT_hvac_mode nvoHeatCool SNVT_hvac_mode...
  • Page 134 NOTES SNVT_temp_p nvoCompSuctTemp1 SNVT_temp_p nvoCompSuctTemp2 (8500)FB SNVT_temp_p nvoCompSuctTemp3 SNVT_lev_percent nvoEEVStatus1 SNVT_lev_percent nvoEEVStatus2 Chiller SNVT_lev_percent nvoEEVStatus3 Network SNVT_temp_p nvoHexTemp1L Variables SNVT_temp_p nvoHexTemp2L SNVT_temp_p nvoHexTemp3L SNVT_temp_p nvoLiquidTemp1 SNVT_temp_p nvoLiquidTemp2 SNVT_temp_p nvoLiquidTemp3 SNVT_temp_p nvoStd1CDTemp1 SNVT_temp_p nvoStd1CDTemp2 SNVT_temp_p nvoStd1CDTemp3 SNVT_temp_p nvoStd2CDTemp1 SNVT_temp_p nvoStd2CDTemp2 SNVT_temp_p nvoStd2CDTemp3 SNVT_press_f nvoHighPress2...
  • Page 135 NOTES Control Monitoring Alarm Release Alarm Release On/Off On/Off Chilled Water Frost Chilled Water Frost Cooling Water Frost Cooling Water Frost Protection Protection Protection Protection Cool Water Target Cool Water Target Demand limit Range Demand limit Range Temperature Temperature Heat Water Target Heat Water Target Operation Mode Operation Mode...
  • Page 136: Control/Monitoring Point List

    NOTES Control/Monitoring Point list n A i r c o n d i t i o n e r c o n t r o l / m o n i t o r i n g P o i n t ①...
  • Page 137 NOTES ② Air conditioner NV List (General)
  • Page 138 NOTES n ERV control/monitoring Point ① ERV NV List ② ERV NV List(General)
  • Page 139 NOTES n ERV DX control/monitoring Point ① ERV DX NV List...
  • Page 140 NOTES ② ERV DX NV List(General)
  • Page 141 NOTES n AWHP control/monitoring Point ① AWHP NV List...
  • Page 142 NOTES ② AWHP NV List (General)
  • Page 143 NOTES n AHU control/monitoring Point ① AHU NV List...
  • Page 144 NOTES ② AHU NV List(General)
  • Page 145 NOTES n Chiller control/monitoring Point ① Chiller NV List...
  • Page 146 NOTES...
  • Page 147 NOTES...
  • Page 148: Network Variables

    NOTES Network Variables n Air conditioner, ERV, ERV DX, AWHP input/output 1) On/Off (Air conditioner, ERV, ERV DX, AWHP) Function On/Off input Input Using NV network variable : SNVT_switch, nviOnOff Operation On/Off control Function On/Off display Output Using NV network variable : SNVT_switch, nvoOnOff Operation On/Off monitor h Valid Range Field...
  • Page 149 NOTES 3) Lock (Air conditioner, ERV, ERV DX, AWHP) Function Lock input Input Using NV network variable : SNVT_switch, nviLock Operation Lock control Function Lock display Output Using NV network variable : SNVT_switch, nvoLock Operation Lock monitor h Valid Range Field Operation value...
  • Page 150 NOTES 6) Fan Direction Auto(Air Conditioner), Heater(ERV, ERV DX) Function Fan Direction Auto(Air conditioner), Heater(ERV, ERV DX) input Input Using NV network variable : SNVT_switch, nviSwing_Heater Operation Fan Direction Auto(Air conditioner), Heater(ERV, ERV DX) control Function Fan Direction Auto(Air conditioner), Heater(ERV, ERV DX) display Output Using NV network variable : SNVT_switch, nvoSwing_Heater Operation Fan Direction Auto(Air conditioner), Heater(ERV, ERV DX) monitor...
  • Page 151 NOTES 9) Temperature Lock(Air conditioner), Humidification(ERV DX) Function Temperature Lock(Air conditioner), Humidification(ERV DX) input Input Using NV network variable : SNVT_switch, nviTmplok_Humid Operation Temperature Lock(Air conditioner), Humidification(ERV DX) control Function Temperature Lock(Air conditioner), Humidification(ERV DX) display Output Using NV network variable : SNVT_switch, nvoTmplok_Humid Operation Temperature Lock(Air conditioner), Humidification(ERV DX) monitor h Valid Range Field...
  • Page 152 NOTES 12) Filter(ERV, ERV DX), Temperature Select(AWHP) Function Filter(ERV, ERV DX) input Input Using NV network variable : SNVT_switch, nviFilt_Tmpsel Operation Filter(ERV, ERV DX) control Function Filter(ERV, ERV DX), Temperature Select(AWHP) display Output Using NV network variable : SNVT_switch, nvoFilt_Tmpsel Operation Filter(ERV, ERV DX), Temperature Select(AWHP) monitor h Valid Range Field...
  • Page 153 NOTES 15) Additional Functionality(ERV, ERV DX) Function Additional Functionality(ERV, ERV DX) input Input Using NV network variable : SNVT_count, nviUsrmod Operation Additional Functionality(ERV, ERV DX) control Function Additional Functionality(ERV, ERV DX) display Output Using NV network variable : SNVT_count, nvoUsrmod Operation Additional Functionality(ERV, ERV DX) monitor h Valid Range Field...
  • Page 154 NOTES n Air conditioner, ERV, ERV DX, AWHP output 1) Product Type (Air conditioner, ERV, ERV DX, AWHP) Function Product Type display Output Using NV network variable : SNVT_count, nvoPType Operation Product Type monitor h Valid Range Operation 0(AC), 1(Vent), 2(DXHRV), 3(SINGLE_AWHP), 4(HYDROKIT) SNVT_count 7(Heat_Only_AWHP), 8(Cascade) 2) Product Address (Air conditioner, ERV, ERV DX, AWHP)
  • Page 155 NOTES 6) Master/Slave(ERV DX), Hot Water Only Mode(AWHP) Function Master/Slave(ERV DX), Hot Water Only Mode(AWHP) display Output Using NV network variable : SNVT_switch, nvoMS_HWmod Operation Master/Slave(ERV DX), Hot Water Only Mode(AWHP) monitor h Valid Range Field Operation value not used (set in 0% usually) 0 = Slave(ERV DX), OFF(AWHP) SNVT_switch state...
  • Page 156 NOTES n Air conditioner, ERV, ERV DX, AWHP General input/output 1) Peak Convert Cycle (Air conditioner) Function Peak Convert Cycle input Input Using NV network variable : SNVT_count, nviPeakSwTime Operation Peak Convert Cycle control Function Peak Convert Cycle display Output Using NV network variable : SNVT_count, nvoPeakSwTime Operation Peak Convert Cycle monitor h Valid Range...
  • Page 157 NOTES 4) Total Temperature Lock (Air conditioner) Function Total Temperature Lock input Input Using NV network variable : SNVT_switch, nviAllTemplock Operation Total Temperature Lock control h Valid Range Field Operation value not used (set in 0% usually) 0 = OFF SNVT_switch state 1 = ON...
  • Page 158 NOTES n AHU input/output 1) On/Off (AHU) Function On/Off input Input Using NV network variable : SNVT_switch, nviOnOff Operation On/Off control Function On/Off display Output Using NV network variable : SNVT_switch, nvoOnOff Operation On/Off monitor h Valid Range Field Operation value not used (set in 0% usually) SNVT_switch...
  • Page 159 NOTES 4) Humidification (AHU) Function Humidification input Input Using NV network variable : SNVT_switch, nviSetRH Operation Humidification control Function Humidification display Output Using NV network variable : SNVT_switch, nvoSetRH Operation Humidification monitor h Valid Range Field Operation value not used (set in 0% usually) SNVT_switch 0 = OFF state...
  • Page 160 NOTES 7) Temperature (AHU) Function Temperature input Input Using NV network variable : SNVT_temp_p, nviSetpoint Operation Temperature control Function Temperature display Output Using NV network variable : SNVT_temp_p, nvoSetpoint Operation Temperature monitor h Valid Range Operation SNVT_lev_percent 18 ~ 30 °C 8) Humidity (AHU) Function Humidity input...
  • Page 161 NOTES 11) Cool MIX Damper (AHU) Function Cool MIX Damper input Input Using NV network variable : SNVT_lev_percent, nviMXD_C Operation Cool MIX Damper control Function Cool MIX Damper display Output Using NV network variable : SNVT_lev_percent, nvoMXD_C Operation Cool MIX Damper monitor h Valid Range Operation SNVT_lev_percent...
  • Page 162 NOTES 15) Fan OA Damper Function Fan OA Damper input Input Using NV network variable : SNVT_lev_percent, nviOAD_F Operation Fan OA Damper control Function Fan OA Damper display Output Using NV network variable : SNVT_lev_percent, nvoOAD_F Operation Fan OA Damper monitor h Valid Range Operation SNVT_lev_percent...
  • Page 163 NOTES n AHU output 1) Error (AHU) Function Error display Output Using NV network variable : SNVT_hvac_status, nvoUnitStatus Operation Error monitor h Valid Range Field Operation Mode Current Operating Mode SNVT_hvac_sta In_alarm Error Code 2) Supply Temperature (AHU) Function Supply Temperature display Output Using NV network variable : SNVT_temp_p, nvoSupplyTemp Operation Supply Temperature monitor...
  • Page 164 NOTES 6) Supply Humidity (AHU) Function Supply Humidity display Output Using NV network variable : SNVT_lev_percent, nvoSupplyRH Operation Supply Humidity monitor h Valid Range Operation SNVT_lev_percent 30 ~ 90 % 7) Outer Humidity (AHU) Function Outer Humidity display Output Using NV network variable : SNVT_lev_percent, nvoOutdoorRH Operation Outer Humidity monitor h Valid Range Operation...
  • Page 165 NOTES 11) CO2 Concentration (AHU) Function CO2 Concentration display Output Using NV network variable : SNVT_ppm, nvoSpaceCO2 Operation CO2 Concentration monitor h Valid Range Operation SNVT_ppm 0~2550 ppm 12) VOC Concentration (AHU) Function VOC Concentration display Output Using NV network variable : SNVT_ppm, nvoSpaceVOC Operation VOC Concentration monitor h Valid Range Operation...
  • Page 166 NOTES 16) Supply FAN (AHU) Function Supply FAN display Output Using NV network variable : SNVT_switch, nvoSupplyFAN Operation Supply FAN monitor h Valid Range Field Operation value not used (set in 0% usually) SNVT_switch 0 = OFF state 1 = ON 17) Vent FAN (AHU) Function Vent FAN display...
  • Page 167 NOTES 20) Product Type (AHU) Function Product Type display Output Using NV network variable : SNVT_count, nvoProductType Operation Product Type monitor h Valid Range Operation SNVT_count 21) Product Address (AHU) Function Product Address display Output Using NV network variable : SNVT_count, nvoProductAddr Operation Product Address monitor h Valid Range Operation...
  • Page 168 NOTES n AHU General input/output 1) Total OnOff (AHU) Function Total OnOff input Input Using NV network variable : SNVT_switch, nviTotalOnOff Operation Total OnOff control h Valid Range Field Operation value not used (set in 0% usually) SNVT_switch 0 = Total Off state 1 = Total On 2) Total Temperature (AHU)
  • Page 169 NOTES n Chiller input/output 1) On/Off (Chiller) Function On/Off input Input Using NV network variable : SNVT_switch, nviOnOff Operation On/Off control Function On/Off display Output Using NV network variable : SNVT_switch, nvoOnOff Operation On/Off monitor h Valid Range Field Operation value not used (set in 0% usually) SNVT_switch...
  • Page 170 NOTES 4) Chilled Water Frost Protection (Chiller) Function Chilled Water Frost Protection input Input Using NV network variable : SNVT_switch, nviChillWFrostP Operation Chilled Water Frost Protection control Function Chilled Water Frost Protection display Output Using NV network variable : SNVT_switch, nvoChillWFrostP Operation Chilled Water Frost Protection monitor h Valid Range Field...
  • Page 171 NOTES 7) Operation Mode (Chiller) Function Operation Mode input Input Using NV network variable : SNVT_hvac_mode, nviHeatCool Operation Operation Mode control Function Operation Mode display Output Using NV network variable : SNVT_hvac_mode, nvoHeatCool Operation Operation Mode monitor h Valid Range Field Operation value...
  • Page 172 NOTES n Chiller output 1) Chilled Water flow switch (Chiller) Function Chilled Water flow switch display Output Using NV network variable : SNVT_switch, nvoChillWFlowSW Operation Chilled Water flow switch monitor h Valid Range Field Operation value not used (set in 0% usually) SNVT_switch 0 = OFF state...
  • Page 173 NOTES 5) Chilled Water Pump Interlock (Chiller) Function Chilled Water Pump Interlock display Output Using NV network variable : SNVT_switch, nvoChillWPumplock Operation Chilled Water Pump Interlock monitor h Valid Range Field Operation value not used (set in 0% usually) SNVT_switch 0 = OFF state 1 = ON...
  • Page 174 NOTES 9) 4way coil (Chiller) Function 4way coil display network variable : SNVT_switch, nvoFourway1, Output Using NV nvoFourway2, nvoFourway3 Operation 4way coil monitor h Valid Range Field Operation value not used (set in 0% usually) SNVT_switch 0 = OFF state 1 = ON 10) Hotgas solenoid valve On/Off (Chiller) Function...
  • Page 175 NOTES 13) Chilled Water Entering Temperature (Chiller) Function Chilled Water Entering Temperature display Output Using NV network variable : SNVT_temp_p, nvoChillWEnterT Operation Chilled Water Entering Temperature monitor h Valid Range Operation SNVT_temp_p -32 ~ 90 °C 14) Chilled Water Leaving Temperature (Chiller) Function Chilled Water Leaving Temperature display Output...
  • Page 176 NOTES 18) Cycle High Pressure (Chiller) Function Cycle High Pressure display network variable : SNVT_press_f, nvoHighPress1, Output Using NV nvoHighPress2, nvoHighPress3 Operation Cycle High Pressure monitor h Valid Range Operation SNVT_press_f 0 ~ 90 [Mpa] 19) Cycle Low Pressure (Chiller) Function Cycle Low Pressure display network variable : SNVT_press_f, nvoLowPress1,...
  • Page 177 NOTES 23) Error Product (Chiller) Function Error Product display Output Using NV network variable : SNVT_switch, nvoErrProduct Operation Error Product monitor h Valid Range Operation SNVT_switch Product Information 1~3 24) Error Cycle (Chiller) Function Error Cycle display Output Using NV network variable : SNVT_switch, nvoErrCycle Operation Error Cycle monitor h Valid Range Operation...
  • Page 178 NOTES 28) Comp. Discharge Temperature (Chiller) Function Comp. Discharge Temperature display network variable : SNVT_temp_p, nvoInvCDTemp1, Output Using NV nvoInvCDTemp2, nvoInvCDTemp3 Operation Comp. Discharge Temperature monitor h Valid Range Operation SNVT_temp_p 0 ~ 100 °C 29) Comp. Suction Temperature (Chiller) Function Comp.
  • Page 179 NOTES 32) Liquid Temperature (Chiller) Function Liquid Temperature display network variable : SNVT_temp_p, nvoLiquidTemp1, Output Using NV nvoLiquidTemp2, nvoLiquidTemp3 Operation Liquid Temperature monitor h Valid Range Operation SNVT_temp_p -42 ~ 95 °C 33) STD 1 Comp Discharge (Chiller) Function STD Comp Discharge display network variable : SNVT_temp_p, nvoStd1CDTemp1, Output Using NV...
  • Page 180 NOTES 37) Product Type (Chiller) Function Product Type display Output Using NV network variable : SNVT_count, nvoProductType Operation Product Type monitor h Valid Range Operation SNVT_count 38) Product Address (Chiller) Function Product Address display Output Using NV network variable : SNVT_count, nvoProductAddr Operation Product Address monitor h Valid Range Operation...
  • Page 181 NOTES n Chiller general input/output 1) Total OnOff (Chiller) Function Total OnOff input Output Using NV network variable : SNVT_temp_p, nviTotalOnOff Operation Total OnOff control h Valid Range Field Operation value not used (set in 0% usually) SNVT_switch 0 = Total Off state 1 = Total On 2) Total Cool Water Temperature (Chiller)
  • Page 182 NOTES Class A device NOTE This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital de- vice, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to pro-vide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.

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