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Descriptor
Address
MTR2 POS
VLV POS
VLV1 POS
MTR2 TIMING
DMPR ROT ANG
DPR1 ROT ANG
DPR2 ROT ANG
MTR SETUP
DO DIR.REV
EHEAT FLOW
COOL TEMP
HEAT TEMP
CLG P GAIN
CLG l GAIN
CLG D GAIN
CHK OUT
HTG P GAIN
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1
Application
{53}
2560, 2561, 2597
{53}
2565
{53}
2563
55
All except
2562, 2564, 2566
56
All except 2597
56
2597
57
2597
58
All
59
All
60
2562
61
2561
62
2561
63
All except 2597
64
All except 2597
65
All except 2597
66
All
67
All except
2560, 2597
Siemens BACnet VAV Actuator Owner's Manual
Description
The current position of the Motor 2 actuator in
percent of full travel (for use as an auxiliary slave
point). This value is calculated based on motor run
time. See MTR2 TIMING.
The current position of the valve in percent of full
travel for applications using a water valve. This
value is calculated based on motor run time.
The current position of valve 1 in percent of full
travel for applications using a water valve. This
value is calculated based on motor run time.
The time required for the Motor 2 actuator to travel
from full closed to the full open position.
The number of degrees the damper is free to travel.
The number of degrees that damper 1 is free to
travel.
The number of degrees that damper 2, the hot duct
damper, is free to travel.
The configuration setup code for Motors 1, 2, and 3.
This enables the motors individually and sets each
motor to be either direct or reverse acting.
Note: When a motor is enabled, its associated DOs
are enabled.
The configuration setup code for DOs. Allows the
DOs to be direct or reverse acting (enabled equals
energized or disabled equals de-energized).
The flow required before the electric heat will be
enabled.
The discharge air temperature where the controller
will switch from heating to cooling mode. Used only
in applications with SUPPLY TEMP.
The discharge air temperature where the controller
will switch from cooling to heating mode. Used only
in applications with SUPPLY TEMP.
The proportional gain value for the cooling
temperature control loop.
The integral gain value for the cooling temperature
control loop.
The derivative gain value for the cooling
temperature control loop.
The procedure tests all of the necessary I/O and
ensures the controller has the ability to operate
within the set airflow range, between CLG FLOW
MIN and CLG FLOW MAX.
The proportional gain value for the heating
temperature control loop.
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