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S7999B System Display
Software Upgrade .............................................................
Specifications ....................................................................
Safety Features .................................................................
Installation Instructions......................................................
Installing the Hardware...................................................... 16
Quick Setup....................................................................... 16
Starting the Display ........................................................... 17
APPLICATION
The S7999B System Display reduces burner/boiler setup time
by letting you create a fuel/air modulation curve (profile) for
ControLinks™ that allows for safe and efficient operation at all
points along the modulation curve. The display uses a wizard-
like process to assist you through the commissioning process.
The S7999B can be used on systems with one or two fuels
and on systems with or without flue gas re-circulation (FGR).
The S7999B can monitor a single (Local) burner/boiler system
or up to 99 burner/boiler systems connected via System
Modbus™ network. Each burner control, fuel/air ratio control,
and expanded annunciator present on each burner system
can be viewed individually to determine its status.
Universal Digital Controllers (UDC) can be used for several
burner/boiler applications, and the S7999B can control the
UDCs during their operation. Applications supported include:
• stack temperature
• water/steam PID load control
• steam/fuel flow monitoring
• thermal shock
• feed pump level control
2
Display Operation .............................................................. 20
3
Commissioning .................................................................. 21
4
Monitoring.......................................................................... 35
4
UDC Controllers ................................................................ 43
Display Setup and Diagnostics .......................................... 47
Advanced Setup ................................................................ 53
R7999 Outputs and Inputs................................................. 64
Troubleshooting ................................................................. 59
PRODUCT DATA

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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    The display uses a wizard- like process to assist you through the commissioning process. The S7999B can be used on systems with one or two fuels and on systems with or without flue gas re-circulation (FGR).
  • Page 2: Software Upgrade

    S7999B SYSTEM DISPLAY FEATURES SOFTWARE UPGRADE • Allows configuration of the R7999 ControLinks™ You can download new software for the S7999B through the Controller. Internet. Downloading software should only be done when recommended by Honeywell. This feature is intended to •...
  • Page 3: Specifications

    (40) M22975 Fig. 1. S7999B dimensions in in. (mm). NOTE: 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 4: Safety Features

    ControLinks™, and UDC devices (see Fig. 2). WARNING SYSTEM MODE Explosion Hazard. S7999B manages a series of (up to 99) local systems in a Improper configuration can cause fuel buildup and S7999B Modbus™ network (see Fig. 12). explosion. Operators of this display may move fuel and/or air...
  • Page 5 MODBUS BAUD RATE MUST BE SET FOR 19200. Fig. 2. Switchable S7999B configuration (S7810M Modbus™). The S7999B can optionally connect directly to the R7999 from The Modbus™ network on COM 2 consists of wiring the COM 1 using the cable and installation procedures specified S7810M devices together as slaves to the S7999B.
  • Page 6 MODBUS BAUD RATE MUST BE SET FOR 19200. SEE 65-0238 FOR R7999 WIRING. 120 Ω, 1/4 WATT RESISTOR BETWEEN TERMINALS A AND B OF THE MODBUS AT THE FARTHEST S7810M M24232 MAY BE NECESSARY FOR LONG RS-485 RUNS. Fig. 3. Switchable S7999B wiring diagram. 65-0283—2...
  • Page 7 S7800 KEYBOARD DISPLAY CONFIGURED FOR MODBUS. MODBUS BAUD RATE MUST BE SET FOR 19200. Fig. 4. Switchable S7999B configuration with UDC controllers. UDC controllers may be added to the switchable configuration network. A combined total of 99 devices are permitted on the (see Fig.
  • Page 8 CONNECT ALL THREE “C” WIRES TO V- TERMINAL ON POWER SUPPLY. UP TO A TOTAL OF 99 S7810M AND UDC CONTROLLERS CAN BE CONNECTED TO THE S7999B. SEE 65-0249 AND UDC MANUALS FOR WIRING. MODBUS BAUD RATE MUST BE SET FOR 19200.
  • Page 9 Local S7999B Configuration Three variations of this configuration based on COM 1 port usage are possible: The S7999B can be configured to manage a single burner/ boiler system only. In this configuration a single S7810M • ControLinks™ R7999 commissioning device is included in the wiring along with zero or more UDC •...
  • Page 10 CONNECT ALL THREE “C” WIRES TO V- TERMINAL CONTROL ON POWER SUPPLY. UP TO A TOTAL OF 99 S7810M AND UDC CONTROLLERS CAN BE CONNECTED TO THE S7999B. SEE 65-0249 AND UDC MANUALS FOR WIRING. MODBUS BAUD RATE MUST BE SET FOR 19200. SHLD 120 Ω...
  • Page 11 In this configuration, the R7999 is connected to COM 1 and not to the Controlbus. When the burner/boiler system is configured in this way it is not visible at the System S7999B (because COM 1 is not connected to the System S7999B).
  • Page 12 S7999B SYSTEM DISPLAY Fig. 10 depicts the configuration when this S7999B is a subsystem of the System Modbus™ burner system network. UDC2500 SLAVE THERMAL SHOCK UDC2500 SLAVE PID LOAD CONTROL UDC2500 SLAVE STEAM/FUEL FLOW UDC2500 SLAVE STACK COM 1 UDC2500...
  • Page 13 MODBUS BAUD RATE MUST BE SET FOR 19200. 120 Ω, 1/4 WATT RESISTOR BETWEEN TERMINALS A AND B OF THE MODBUS AT THE FARTHEST S7810M M24237 OR UDC MAY BE NECESSARY FOR LONG RS-485 RUNS. Fig. 11. Local S7999B with connection to System Modbus™ network wiring. 65-0283—2...
  • Page 14 Fig. 12. System Modbus™ network. Up to 99 Local burner/boiler systems can be connected At the System S7999B a quick search for Local S7999Bs on together and displayed at the System S7999B. the System Modbus™ network can be performed. This function is expected to be used after a new Local burner/boiler A Modbus™...
  • Page 15 S7999B SYSTEM DISPLAY 120 VAC NEUTRAL (L2) 120 VAC (L1) MEAN WELL EARTH S-25-12 GROUND POWER 12 DC OUT+ SUPPLY DC OUT- (COMMON/GND) LOCAL S7999B V ADJ COM2 SYSTEM S7999B 120 VAC COM2 COM1 NEUTRAL (L2) 120 VAC (L1) MEAN WELL...
  • Page 16: Installing The Hardware

    — 51-52-25-119 UDC3200 Product Manual. 5-7/8 in. high. — 51-52-25-130 UDC3500 Quick Start Guide. 3. Place the S7999B in the opening and use it as a — 51-52-03-40 UDC3500 Specification. template to mark the location of the four mounting screw —...
  • Page 17: Starting The Display

    S7999B SYSTEM DISPLAY STARTING THE DISPLAY Wiring The S7999B must be appropriately wired for both power and communications. An external 12V power supply with an Home Page appropriate power rating is connected to both pins 1 and 2 to power the device.
  • Page 18 Below each UDC controller icon one key status variable can be selected for display. When the COM 1 port on the Local S7999B is configured for ControLinks™ commissioning, the Fuel/Air Ratio Control (R7999) and actuator buttons are present on the page when the port is connected to the R7999 or when the R7999 is connected to the S7810M.
  • Page 19 A burner or boiler icon is displayed on the page for each Local burner/boiler system detected. The icon type displayed is based on the type of system the Local S7999B states that it is. The name of the burner/boiler system is displayed above the icon.
  • Page 20: Display Operation

    The “Refresh” button on the screen can be selected to 99 Modbus™ addresses to locate all systems currently cause the S7999B to do a quick scan of all burner systems on included in the network and displays their Modbus™ address the Modbus™...
  • Page 21: Commissioning

    A “Shift” key on the left side of the screen allows the user to shift the keyboard between upper and lower case characters. 1. Connecting the R7999 to the S7999B and logging into Touching the “Shift” button toggles the keyboard from one the system with a password.
  • Page 22 S7999B SYSTEM DISPLAY Table 4. Commissioning Overview. (Continued) Step Action Notes 4.a. Select the base configuration. The choices are: • Unconfigured: selecting this option takes the device back to a factory state and sets the password to “password”. • Single Fuel •...
  • Page 23 1 degree if it is unconfigured. When used with Honeywell burner controls, the user has 240 seconds to perform this action, otherwise the burner control will lock out.
  • Page 24 12.h. if the temporary intermediate points were deleted in 12.k. NOTE: The S7999B requires you to enter at least three points (inclusive of the min and max modulation points) in order to use the “Prev Point”...
  • Page 25 • Begin configuration of the actuators. • Allow the user to set System Parameters. • Load a curve from the S7999B flash. • Begin configuration of the modulation curve. This screen (Fig. 26) selects the type (Base Configuration) of ControLinks™...
  • Page 26 S7999B SYSTEM DISPLAY The user can choose to end the commissioning process displayed. When the actuator has been configured, a checkmark is displayed next to the before everything is finished, and, if so, this page has the appropriate button. See Fig. 26.
  • Page 27 S7999B SYSTEM DISPLAY Actuator Serial Number If the serial number has been entered for the actuator earlier (revisiting the actuator configuration), the current serial This page (Fig. 29) allows the user to enter the serial number number displays. If the OK button is selected at this point, a to unlock and configure the corresponding actuator.
  • Page 28 1. Fuel/Air/FGR: NOTE: The S7999B requires you to enter at least 3 points • Open/Close—Press one of these buttons to (inclusive of the min and max modulation points) to manually open or close the actuator the number of use the “Move Along the Curve”...
  • Page 29 After you press this button, the Monitor screen is displayed. You can exit the program from there. d. Save: • Save Curve S7999B flash (Fig. 37 and 38). Control returns to Curve Commission screen. e. Cancel: • Cancel Quit and continue curve configuration.
  • Page 30 S7999B SYSTEM DISPLAY Fig. 37. Completed commissioning curve. Fig. 40. Quit Commissioning. System Parameters NOTE: All System Parameter pages are disabled until all actuators are configured. 1. Press the System Configuration button on the Commission Configuration screen to set system parameters.
  • Page 31 S7999B SYSTEM DISPLAY Auxiliary Sensor Configuration a. Max (20 mA)—This field lets you set the maximum sensing range of the transducer. The maximum The first page that displays after the “System Configuration” value must be between -40°F and 1400°F. button is selected is shown in Fig. 41 and 42.
  • Page 32 S7999B SYSTEM DISPLAY FGR Behavior During Purge—Lets you set the position of the FGR actuator during the purge cycle. The options are Remain Closed or Follow FGR Curve to Purge Position. Remember to press the Set button before moving to a different page.
  • Page 33 S7999B SYSTEM DISPLAY Advanced Options other run-time information used by the R7999.The EEPROM image data can be stored in the S7999B (downloaded) and Some advanced commissioning options are available by restored later (uploaded) back into the same R7999 or a selecting the “Advanced Options”...
  • Page 34 R7999. screen. To download the R7999 EEPROM data to the S7999B, the The user can choose to upload the internal EEPROM only, the “Download EEPROM” image button is selected. The user is external EEPROM only, or both EEPROM images.
  • Page 35: Monitoring

    Load Profile Curve Status information similar to that displayed in Fig. 56 appears. A profile modulation curve stored in the S7999B can be NOTE: Pressing the Home or Back buttons in the upper loaded for use as the active curve for commissioning. When corners of the screen will exit the status screen and the user selects the “Load Profile Curve”...
  • Page 36 (Fig. 61). Extreme care should be exercised before proceeding with the reset (Disabled for S7810M1029). The user must log in with a valid S7999B System password Fig. 61. Burner Control—Remote Reset. before performing a remote reset (Fig. 59 and 60).
  • Page 37 (Fig. 63). Pressing page. the “Show Time” button will also show the fault timestamps. NOTE: Fault timestamps are cleared after the S7999B resets The expanded annunciator has 19 different terminals or when switching to a different burner system.
  • Page 38 S7999B SYSTEM DISPLAY 1. Fuel: • Displays the current position of the fuel actuator. 2. Air: • Displays the current position of the air actuator. 3. FGR: • Displays the current position of the FGR actuator (if present). 4. Firing Rate: •...
  • Page 39 S7999B SYSTEM DISPLAY You can zoom in on the modulation curve by selecting the NOTE: Timestamping Values are cleared after the S7999B magnifying glass icon in the lower left corner of the screen resets, or when switching to a different burner sys- (Fig.
  • Page 40 S7999B SYSTEM DISPLAY The “Auxiliary Sensor” button displays configuration settings made for the auxiliary sensor input to the Fuel/Air Ratio Control (Fig. 73). It also displays the current reading of the auxiliary sensor. Fig. 75. Fuel/Air Ratio Control diagnostics. The “Show Faults” button displays the Fuel/Air Ratio Control fault history (Fig.
  • Page 41 S7999B SYSTEM DISPLAY Actuator between 10 mA and 10.5 mA are interpreted as a value of 10 mA. The configured actuators remain at their corresponding The status of each actuator can be viewed by clicking on the 10 mA firing rate position until a new firing rate is accepted.
  • Page 42 S7999B SYSTEM DISPLAY Set Control Accuracy Diagnostic information about the actuator can be viewed by selecting the “Diagnostics” button. Diagnostic data for all The “Control Accuracy” button, if enabled, allows the user to actuators display at the same time to give a quick snapshot of view the current control accuracy setting and change it, if all actuator activity.
  • Page 43: Udc Controllers

    If the UDC controller can have its setpoint adjusted by the Fig. 85. UDC Controller Setup. S7999B, and an alarm is configured, the user must enter a the S7999B System password to adjust the setpoint. The For Local mode, the UDC controllers are automatically password is entered when the setpoint is adjusted for the first assigned, so setup on this page isn’t necessary.
  • Page 44 S7999B SYSTEM DISPLAY Trend Analysis The user can select which status from the UDC controller status page to display on the Local Home page, if any, on the You can view a Trend analysis of the primary application UDC controller status page.
  • Page 45 UDC controller output is also permitted by selecting the yellow “Auto Output” button. Adjustment is raised or lowered in 1% (0.16 mA) increments. The S7999B System password (same as Setpoint Adjustment) is required before manual control is permitted. After successful login, the Up Arrow and Down Arrow buttons can be used to change the alarm setpoints.
  • Page 46 Both setpoints can be adjusted by the Up Arrow and Down displayed on the page. If the UDC controller has been Arrow buttons after successfully logging in with the S7999B totalizing prior to displaying this page, the current totalized System password.
  • Page 47: Display Setup And Diagnostics

    SCREEN” button is selected to freeze touch input temporarily for 30 seconds to allow the user to clean the screen. (See Fig. 97.) Fig. 94. S7999B setup. In System S7999B mode the initial setup page is displayed, as shown in Fig. 95. Fig. 97. Clean screen setup.
  • Page 48 System 1-99” as default names which match the Modbus™ address, unless a custom name is defined for it. NOTE: For Local S7999B mode only, the name of its individ- ual burner/boiler system can be changed. This but- ton selection doesn’t exist when the S7999B is in Fig.
  • Page 49 S7999B and Switchable modes. It is used to create a curve without having the burner firing (not in Commissioning mode). The S7999B is capable of storing 10 profile curves in its flash memory. The curves can be stored by saving them during commissioning time, building them from scratch, or editing an existing one with this Offline Curve Builder.
  • Page 50 FGR line flat on the bottom of the graph. To save the new curve to the S7999B flash, select the “Save” button. A keyboard window displays, asking the user to enter a name to associate with this curve. This curve is referenced Fig.
  • Page 51 S7999B SYSTEM DISPLAY Fig. 107. Edit Air Percentage. Fig. 108. Copy Profile Curve. To insert a new point in the curve: Delete Curve • Select a point in the point list above or below the new point To delete a curve, select the curve to delete from the curve list values you wish to insert.
  • Page 52 UDC controllers on the COM2 port. For 2. Select the UDC controller address button to enter Mod- Local S7999B mode the found UDC controllers are bus™ address of the UDC controller, or select the UDC automatically assigned to the Local S7999B. The Refresh controller in the Assigned list.
  • Page 53: Advanced Setup

    UDC status page (see Fig. 88) by pressing the yellow keys, but their assignment returns to these settings when the S7999B is re- booted. The available key variables depend on the type of UDC controller.
  • Page 54 The Enable Network checkbox specifies that the Ethernet Once the feature is enabled, the S7999B must be reset to interface is on or not when the S7999B is powered up. The start it at power-up. The Ethernet interface can also be used...
  • Page 55 Miscellaneous directory functions for the profile curves stored calibration is done, the result is displayed on the Diagnostics in S7999B flash are displayed on a new page (Fig. 119) when page. the “Profile Curves” button is selected on the Advanced Setup page.
  • Page 56 The user can configure the S7999B burner/boiler system mode and network type (Local Modbus™, System Modbus™, and S7810M Modbus™). Configuration selection must be saved to flash and the S7999B reset for the change to take effect. Selecting the “User Preferences” button displays a page (Fig.
  • Page 57 Select the “OK” button when done editing the text. The “Save” button saves the title information displayed on the screen to the S7999B flash. After this information is saved, the settings will persist after an S7999B power reset.
  • Page 58 The user enters the new password and presses the “OK” button. Pressing the “Cancel” button will cancel the operation. Set Password The S7999B System password is maintained by selecting the “Set Password” button on the User Preferences page. This password is used to authorize burner control resets and UDC controller adjustments.
  • Page 59: Troubleshooting

    • Check wiring between S7999B and S7810M. Make sure that A terminal in S7810M is connected to COM2 (a) pin in S7999B, B terminal in S7810M is connected to COM2 (b) pin in S7999B, and C terminal in S7810M is connected to (c) pin in S7999B.
  • Page 60 • Bringing an R7999 to an unconfigured state utilizing value to a more open value such that the new point the S7999B wipes out the R7999 Commission can maintain the air flow switch. password and returns it to the “password” setting.
  • Page 61 S7999B SYSTEM DISPLAY Table 7. Fault Codes and Corrective Actions. Fault/ Blink Code Description Corrective Action Device is operating properly. MV input energized at an improper time. Reset control. Check Burner Control Interface wiring and correct error. This error causes the device to remain in initiate state at power up.
  • Page 62 S7999B SYSTEM DISPLAY Table 7. Fault Codes and Corrective Actions. (Continued) Fault/ Blink Code Description Corrective Action Feedback potentiometer total resistance problem, Check for loose potentiometer wiring Fuel 1. Feedback potentiometer total resistance problem, Check for loose potentiometer wiring Fuel 2.
  • Page 63 S7999B SYSTEM DISPLAY Table 7. Fault Codes and Corrective Actions. (Continued) Fault/ Blink Code Description Corrective Action The 4 to 20 mA firing rate input is below 3 mA, Out of Check CmA+- input (Terminals 39 and 40) for proper operation Range—Low.
  • Page 64: R7999 Outputs And Inputs

    UDC CONTROLLER APPLICATION UDC Controller Interface The UDC controllers interface to the S7999B via the COM 2 port. The following interface requirements must be specified in the Communications group of the UDC controller. Table 10. UDC Controller Communication Interface .
  • Page 65 S7999B SYSTEM DISPLAY APPLICATION NOTE Application: Steam Pressure Load Control Description: On-off and modulating outputs to start/stop and adjust firing rate to maintain a control setpoint. FIRING RATE MOTOR CONTROLLER INTERFACE 250 OHM RESISTOR SHIELD ON–OFF CONTROL BURNER CONTROL MODBUS COMMUNICATION...
  • Page 66 S7999B SYSTEM DISPLAY Input 2: IN2TYP DIS (Disable) Control: LSP’S 1 ONLY 1 ONLY 1 ONLY 1 ONLY 1 ONLY 1 ONLY 1 ONLY 1 ONLY SP TRK NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE PWR UP ALSP ALSP...
  • Page 67 S7999B SYSTEM DISPLAY APPLICATION NOTE Application: Water Temperature Load Control Description: On-off and modulating outputs to start/stop and adjust firing rate to maintain a control setpoint. FIRING RATE MOTOR CONTROLLER INTERFACE LOW FIRE HOLD CONTROL CIRCUIT SHIELD ON–OFF CONTROL RTD SENSOR...
  • Page 68 S7999B SYSTEM DISPLAY Control: LSP’S 1 ONLY 1 ONLY 1 ONLY 1 ONLY SP TRK NONE NONE NONE NONE PWR UP ALSP ALSP ALSP ALSP SP Hi SP Lo ACTION Options: AUXOUT DIGIN1 NONE NONE NONE NONE DIGIN2 NONE NONE...
  • Page 69 S7999B SYSTEM DISPLAY APPLICATION NOTE Application: Stack Temperature Description: Monitor stack temperature and alarm when temperature is too high. Optionally output an FGR permissive signal when stack temperature reaches permitted level. CONTROLLER FLUE GAS PERMISSIVE CIRCUITRY SHIELD J THERMOCOUPLE ALARM (HIGH...
  • Page 70 S7999B SYSTEM DISPLAY HYST Options: AUXOUT DIGIN1 NONE NONE DIGIN2 NONE NONE Communications: ComADR ComSTA MODB MODB BAUD 19.2K 19.2K TX_DLY WS FLT FP B FP B SDENAB UNITS Alarms: A1S1TY PROC PROC A1S1VA A1S1HL HIGH HIGH A1S2TY NONE NONE...
  • Page 71 S7999B SYSTEM DISPLAY APPLICATION NOTE Application: Thermal Shock Description: Modulate a hydronic mixing valve (or pump) to maintain an optimal boiler supply water temperature. CONTROLLER FIRING RATE MOTOR INTERFACE SHIELD ALARM (LOW RTD SENSOR INLET TEMP) 100 OHM MODBUS COMMUNICATION...
  • Page 72 S7999B SYSTEM DISPLAY SP Lo ACTION HYST Options: AUXOUT DIGIN1 NONE DIGIN2 NONE Communications: ComADR ComSTA MODB BAUD 19.2K TX_DLY WS FLT FP B SDENAB UNITS Alarms: A1S1TY PROC A1S1VA A1S1HL A1S2TY NONE A2S1TY NONE A2S1VA NONE A2S1HL NONE A2S2TY...
  • Page 73 S7999B SYSTEM DISPLAY APPLICATION NOTE Application: Flow Monitor Description: Monitoring and display of steam flow (pounds of steam per hour) or fuel flow (cubic feet or gallons per hour) with totalization calculation options. UDC 3500 CONTROLLER 250 OHM RESISTOR SHIELD...
  • Page 74 S7999B SYSTEM DISPLAY IN2 HI IN2 LO Control: LSP’S 1 ONLY 1 ONLY 1 ONLY 1 ONLY 1 ONLY 1 ONLY 1 ONLY 1 ONLY 1 ONLY 1 ONLY SP TRK NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE...
  • Page 75 S7999B SYSTEM DISPLAY APPLICATION NOTE Application: Feed Pump Description: Monitor digital inputs to start and stop boiler feedwater and to alarm an open circuit on high water condition. Digital Inputs: None Digital Outputs: Start-Stop relay (ON when Start boiler in...
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