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Air Conditioning Control System
Centralized Controller
AE-200A/AE-50A/EW-50A
AE-200E/AE-50E/EW-50E
Before using the controller,
please read this Instruction
Book carefully to ensure proper
operation.
Retain this manual for future
reference.
®
BACnet
is a registered
trademark of ASHRAE (American
Society of Heating, Refrigerating
and Air-Conditioning Engineers,
INC.).
Contents
Safety precautions ..............................................................................2
1. Parts to be used ...........................................................................4
1-1. Required parts .......................................................................4
1-2. Separately sold parts ............................................................4
1-3. Commercially available parts ................................................4
2. Before use ....................................................................................5
2-1. Introduction ...........................................................................5
2-2. License ..................................................................................5
2-4. Restrictions and cautions ......................................................6
3. Usage (System configurations) ....................................................7
3-1. Sample system configurations ..............................................7
3-2. Group configurations ...........................................................10
4. Usage (Communication specifications) ...................................... 11
®
specifications ........................................................ 11
4-2. Communication protocol specifications ............................... 11
4-3. Objects ................................................................................12
4-4. Services ..............................................................................14
4-5. Services for each object ......................................................16
5. Usage (Function specifications) .................................................17
5-2. Basic functions ....................................................................19
5-3. Set temperature objects ......................................................25
5-5. Apportioned electricity billing function .................................26
5-6. Alarm Signal ........................................................................30
5-7. Event service specifications ................................................31
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memory within the AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 .............................33
6. Usage (AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 BACnet
7-1. Flow of initial settings ..........................................................35
7-2. Preparatory items for initial settings ....................................37
EW-50 .................................................................................55
Appendix: Added functions ...............................................................57
Instruction Book
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-BACnet
function-
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functions ........................17
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connection mode) .........34
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connection mode ...............34
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related items ...........41
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function ...................................42
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    <ORIGINAL> Air Conditioning Control System Centralized Controller AE-200A/AE-50A/EW-50A AE-200E/AE-50E/EW-50E Instruction Book ® –BACnet function– Contents Safety precautions ................2 1. Parts to be used ................4 1-1. Required parts ...............4 1-2. Separately sold parts ............4 1-3. Commercially available parts ..........4 2. Before use ..................5 2-1.
  • Page 2: Safety Precautions

    Safety precautions ►Observe these precautions carefully to ensure safety. ►After reading this manual, pass the manual on to the end user to retain for future reference. ►The user should keep this manual for future reference and refer to it as necessary. This manual should be made available to those who repair or relocate the units.
  • Page 3 Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance. Terms used in this manual - “Centralized Controller AE-200A/AE-200E” is referred to as “AE-200”. - “Centralized Controller AE-50A/AE-50E” is referred to as “AE-50”. - “Centralized Controller EW-50A/EW-50E” is referred to as “EW-50”.
  • Page 4: Parts To Be Used

    1. Parts to be used 1-1. Required parts Obtain the items listed below from your dealer before using this function. Item Remarks AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 Instruction This manual ® function) Book (BACnet “BACnet connection” license for Required for each AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 that connects to ®...
  • Page 5: Before Use

    2. Before use ® This manual explains how to use the AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 BACnet function. ® For how to install AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 or how to use the functions other than the BACnet function, refer to the AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 Installation Manual and Instruction Book. ®...
  • Page 6: Models Of Units That Can Be Controlled With Bacnet

    ® 2-3. Models of units that can be controlled with BACnet The table below shows models that can connect to AE-200/AE-50/EW-50, and models that can be controlled ® with the BACnet function. V: Connectable/Controllable —: Not connectable/Not controllable Connectable/Not connectable Controllable/Not controllable Model ®...
  • Page 7: Usage (system Configurations)

    3. Usage (System configurations) 3-1. Sample system configurations (1) When controlling 50 or fewer units of equipment and not using an apportioned electricity billing function Building management system ® BACnet LAN2 M-NET M-NET LAN1 Setting PC AE-200 Outdoor unit LOSSNAY Indoor unit ME remote controller M-NET...
  • Page 8 (2) When controlling more than 50 units of equipment and not using an apportioned electricity billing function Building management system ® BACnet LAN2 LAN1 M-NET M-NET Setting PC AE-200 /EW-50 Outdoor LOSSNAY unit Indoor unit ME remote controller M-NET Outdoor LOSSNAY unit Indoor unit...
  • Page 9 (3) When using an apportioned electricity billing function Building management system ® BACnet LAN1 needs to be connected to the AE-200 for billing function. ® LAN2 (BACnet ), M-NET, and Pulse Input (PI) cannot be connected to the AE-200 for LAN2 LAN1 billing function.
  • Page 10: Group Configurations

    3-2. Group configurations ® The basic functions of the BACnet function can be performed for each unit group. Multiple indoor units (ICs) in a group can collectively be controlled. The group number is a range of 1 to 50. ® BACnet LAN2 Building management system...
  • Page 11: Usage (communication Specifications)

    4. Usage (Communication specifications) ® 4-1. BACnet specifications ® BACnet communication specifications are based on ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 135-2010. 4-2. Communication protocol specifications (1) Overview of protocol ® ® • Use BACnet /IP based on ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 135-2010 on UDP/IP of Ethernet ®...
  • Page 12: Objects

    4-3. Objects ® Support status for objects and for BACnet functions are listed below. V: Supported —: Not supported Supported/ Object type Abbreviation Object Not supported Access Credential (32) — — Access Door (30) — — Access Point (33) — —...
  • Page 13 Supported/ Object type Abbreviation Object Not supported File (10) — — Global Group (26) — — Group (11) — — Integer Value (45) — — Large Analog Value (46) — — Life Safety Point (21) — — Life Safety Zone (22) —...
  • Page 14: Services

    4-4. Services ® The BACnet service support status is shown below. V: Supported —: Not supported Initiate request: Provides services Execute request: Receives and uses services Service Initiate request Execute request 1. Alarm and Event Services (1) Acknowledge Alarm Service —...
  • Page 15 Service Initiate request Execute request (2) I-Have — (3) UnconfirmedCOVNotification Service — (4) UnconfirmedEventNotification Service — (5) UnconfirmedPrivateTransfer Service — — (6) UnconfirmedTextMessage Service — — (7) TimeSynchronization Service — (8) UTCTimeSynchronization Service — — (9) Who-Has — (10) Who-Is *1 The maximum number of COV notifications which can be registered is 3,150.
  • Page 16: Services For Each Object

    4-5. Services for each object The table below lists the supported services for each object. ○ : Supported ® △ : Settings can be changed on the BACnet Setting Tool. INIT: Provides services (Initiate) EXEC: Receives and executes services (Execute) Object Service INIT...
  • Page 17: Usage (function Specifications)

    Set Temp [Set Water Temp] Set Temp Cool Set Temp Heat Set Temp Auto Only Set High Limit Setback Temp AE-200A/AE-50A/EW-50A Only Set Low Limit Setback Temp AE-200A/AE-50A/EW-50A Ventilation Mode Setup Ventilation Mode State Air To Water Mode Setup Air To Water Mode State Night Purge Setup —...
  • Page 18 ® Classification Item Controller function BACnet function Remarks Alarm Signal (Air conditioning Alarm monitor unit/PI controller) Controllers support 4-digit error ® Error Code codes, and BACnet supports 1- and 4-digit error codes. System Alarm Signal M-NET Communication State Filter Sign [Circulating Water Exchange Sign] Filter Sign Reset...
  • Page 19: Basic Functions

    5-2. Basic functions Sends commands from the building management system to air conditioning equipment. Additionally, sends the air conditioning equipment status to the building management system. 5-2-1. Instance number for basic functions The instance number is configured of the object type + fixed value “1” + group number + member number. Instance number (6 digits in decimal notation): 0 1 xx xx Member number (01–99) Group number (01–50), Collective (99), Others...
  • Page 20 Units Object Instance Object Inactive(0) Active(1) Remarks type number Text-1(1) Text-2(2) Text-3(3) Text-4(4) Text-5(5) Prohibition Set 01xx16 Permit Prohibit Temperature Prohibition Fan 01xx17 Permit Prohibit Speed M-NET Communication 01xx20 Normal Error State System individual 01xx21 Forced Reset Execute *10 *11 collective 019921 Downblow...
  • Page 21 Units Object Instance Object Inactive(0) Active(1) Remarks type number Text-1(1) Text-2(2) Text-3(3) Text-4(4) Text-5(5) Trend Log Group Apportioned Electric 01xx83 *2 *24 Energy Trend Log Interlocked Units 61aa83 *2 *7 *24 Apportioned Electric Energy Trend Log *2 *6 *13 PIcontroller Electric 41mm84–87 *15 *16 *17 Energy 1–4...
  • Page 22 *19 It can only be used if the system controller is AE-200A/AE-50A/EW-50A and the indoor unit is a Setback mode supported model. *20 Do not use this when “External Input Setting” for AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 is set to “ON/OFF (Level signal)”. “External Input Setting” can be configured on the Initial Setting Tool, Web Browser for Initial Settings, or AE-200/AE-50’s LCD.
  • Page 23 Whether or not the object can be supported by the unit type is indicated in the following table. The AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 only creates objects supported by each group. V: Supported —: Not supported Unit type Indoor unit Object Instance LOSSNAY unit that Object Remarks OA Processing...
  • Page 24 Unit type Indoor unit Object Instance LOSSNAY unit that Object Remarks OA Processing type number is not interlocked Air To Water Unit that is not with indoor units interlocked with indoor units PIcontroller Electric Energy 41mm40–43 — — — 1–4 Pulse Input Electric Energy 410040–43 —...
  • Page 25: Set Temperature Objects

    Auto (Dual-set-points) mode selectable.) *4 It can only be used if the system controller is AE-200A/AE-50A/EW-50A and the indoor unit is a Setback mode supported model. (1) When the building management system supports two temperature setting (for cooling and heating individually) Use temperature setting object for “Set Temp”...
  • Page 26: Apportioned Electricity Billing Function

    5-5. Apportioned electricity billing function The AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 apportioned electricity billing function calculates the “electric energy for the electricity meter” and the “apportioned electric energy for the electricity meter per group/interlocked unit” or the “apportionment parameters for apportioning the electric energy per group/interlocked unit,” and stores this in the accumulator.
  • Page 27 Trend log specifications (only for portions related to the apportioned electricity billing function) Item Setting contents Setting method 30 minutes to 1440 minutes (1 day) Can be set in 30-minute increments. Collection cycle (“Log_Interval” property) Initial value: 30 minutes 4 days to 192 days Settings on the building Collection period...
  • Page 28 5-5-3. Trend log object Instance number of the trend log object (only the portion related to the apportioned electricity billing function) which stores the accumulator log is as follows. Object Instance Apportioning Metering Object Contents type number type device Trend Log Group Accumulates “Present_Value”...
  • Page 29 Sub” setting can be made on the Initial Setting Tool, Web Browser for Initial Settings, or AE-200/AE-50’s LCD. (Refer to the AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 Instruction Book (Initial Settings) for settings methods.) • Mitsubishi Electric accepts no liability for the incorrect apportionment of electric energy due to problems such as power outages or equipment faults.
  • Page 30: Alarm Signal

    5-6. Alarm Signal Error status of the AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 and of air conditioning units connected to the AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 can be read from the building management system. Error causes and corresponding alarm objects are shown below. V: Supported Supported object M-NET Error Code System PIcontroller Error cause...
  • Page 31: Event Service Specifications

    5-7. Event service specifications The table below shows the supported notifications for each object. ® Notification settings can be made on the BACnet Setting Tool. 5-7-1. Event service of objects ® The availability of the notification setting in BACnet Setting Tool for each object is shown in the following table. ®...
  • Page 32 Object Object ID Event Notification COV Notification Remarks Interlocked Units Apportionment AC_61aa44 — Parameter Night Purge State BI_01xx46 Thermo On Off State BI_01xx47 System Alarm Signal BI_010048 Error Code Detail AI_01xx49 — External Heat Source State BI_01xx50 PIcontroller Alarm Signal BI_41mm03 Trend Log Room Temp LOG_01xx80...
  • Page 33: Bacnet

    ® 5-8. BACnet information and storage timing/cycle in nonvolatile memory within the AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 ® The following BACnet information (object property value) is stored in nonvolatile memory inside AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 for each storage timing or cycle in the table below. After the property value has been updated, if the power source for AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 is cut within the storage cycle and when restart is carried out, it may return to the property value before updating.
  • Page 34: Usage

    ® 6. Usage (AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 BACnet connection mode) ® 6-1. AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 BACnet connection mode ® The AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 BACnet function operates in the following two connection modes. Mode name Details ® “ONLINE” mode This is a mode while operating which carries out BACnet communication.
  • Page 35: Checking Installation Operations And Performing Trial Run

    7. Checking installation operations and performing trial run For air conditioning system designs before initial settings, consult your dealer. 7-1. Flow of initial settings In general, the initial settings are largely divided into 4 steps as follows. By making initial settings along these 4 steps, the cause classification in case of trouble is clarified in each step and the initial settings can be advanced efficiently.
  • Page 36 Connection image after completion of initial settings and work scope of each step Step-4 Building management system ® BACnet Step-2 LAN2 M-NET M-NET Step-1 Step-3 AE-200/ Outdoor AE-50 /EW-50 unit LOSSNAY Indoor unit ME remote controller M-NET Outdoor unit LOSSNAY Indoor unit ME remote controller *1 AE-50 is used only for monitoring multiple M-NET systems from a single AE-200 or for using the apportioned electricity billing function.
  • Page 37: Preparatory Items For Initial Settings

    7-2. Preparatory items for initial settings Prepare the following equipment and materials to make initial settings and trial run. Item Contents Q'ty Remarks Diagram of air conditioning control Group configuration and IP address etc. system for building Required material ® BACnet devices list, notification items, documents related Others...
  • Page 38: Step-1 Initial Settings For The Air Conditioning System

    7-3. Step-1 Initial settings for the air conditioning system Make initial settings for the AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 using the Initial Setting Tool. Refer to the AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 Instruction Book (Initial Settings) for details. ① Remove the LAN cable from LAN2 port. ② Connect LAN1 and the Setting PC.
  • Page 39 (4) Time settings, software version upgrades, license registration Set the AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 time. Upgrade the software versions to unify the software versions of all connected AE-200/AE-50/EW-50. Register the license to use with the AE-200/AE-50/EW-50. (Refer to the AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 Instruction Book (Initial Settings) for settings methods.) (5) Basic settings, unit settings, and floor settings Configure settings related to the air conditioning system using the Initial Setting Tool which has been installed on the Setting PC.
  • Page 40: Step-2 Trial Run Of The Air Conditioning System

    7-4. Step-2 Trial run of the air conditioning system Carry out trial run only for the air conditioning system (within the dotted line in the diagram below). For details, refer to the Installation Manual of the AE-200/AE-50/EW-50. * A trial run of the air conditioning single unit should be completed beforehand and the following should be performed when it is in an operational state.
  • Page 41: Step-3 Initial Settings For The Bacnet

    ® 7-5. Step-3 Initial settings for the BACnet related items ® ® Make the initial settings related to BACnet using the BACnet Setting Tool. Building management system ® BACnet Step-3 M-NET M-NET LAN1 Setting PC AE-200/ Outdoor AE-50/EW-50 LOSSNAY unit Indoor unit ME remote controller M-NET...
  • Page 42: Step-4 Trial Run Of Bacnet

    ® 7-6. Step-4 Trial run of BACnet function Connect the building management system and carry out a trial run. Step-4 ③ Connect LAN2 to the ® BACnet HUB. Building management system ① Set to “ONLINE” from the ® BACnet Setting Tool. ®...
  • Page 43 Method of carrying out trial runs for air conditioning control system (AE-200/AE-50/EW-50) ® BACnet function Check the objects used in the system. Refer to the table in section 5-2-1 “Instance number for basic functions” as to whether or not objects can be supported by different unit types.
  • Page 44 Object Object ID Status Checking procedures (1) Using AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 or the remote 01: Cool controller, change the operational mode for 02: Heat a specific group. 03: Fan Operational Mode State MI_01xx06 (2) In the building management system, check 04: Auto to see that the operational mode for the 05: Dry relevant group has been updated to the...
  • Page 45 Object Object ID Status Checking procedures (1) From the building management system, set the heating set temperature for a specific group. (2) Using AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 or the remote controller, check to see that the heating set temperature for the relevant group has ºF/ºC been updated to an operating value.
  • Page 46 Object Object ID Status Checking procedures (1) Issue the filter sign (circulating water exchange sign) for a specific group. Filter Sign INACTIVE(0): OFF (2) In the building management system, check [Circulating Water BI_01xx11 ACTIVE(1): ON to see that the filter sign (circulating water Exchange Sign] exchange sign) for the relevant group has been updated to “ON”...
  • Page 47 Object Object ID Status Checking procedures (1) Set “External Input Setting” of the AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 to “Demand (Level signal)/Not in use” and operate emergency stop for a specific group from the building management system. (2) In the building management system, check to see that the air conditioning units of the relevant group are stopped.
  • Page 48 Object Object ID Status Checking procedures (1) Using AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 or the remote 01: Heating controller, change the Air To Water mode for 02: Heating ECO a specific group. Air To Water Mode State MI_01xx38 03: Hot Water (2) In the building management system, check 04: Anti-freeze to see that the Air To Water mode for the 05: Cooling...
  • Page 49 Object Object ID Status Checking procedures (1) From the building management system, set the current values for electric energy (indoor unit + outdoor unit) for each group in a specific group in the “Value_Set” property. Alternatively, in the building management system, record the current values for electric energy (indoor unit + outdoor unit) for each specific group.
  • Page 50 Object Object ID Status Checking procedures (1) From the building management system, set the current value for electric energy for the electricity meter (1 to 4) connected to the AE-50/EW-50 built-in Pulse Input (PI) in the “Value_Set” property. Alternatively, in the building management system, record the current value for electric energy for the electricity meter (1 to 4) connected to the...
  • Page 51 Object Object ID Status Checking procedures (1) Using AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 or the remote controller, run Night Purge for LOSSNAY of a specific group. (2) In the building management system, check to see that the status of Night Purge of the INACTIVE(0): OFF relevant group has been updated to “ON”.
  • Page 52 Setting Tool. (The default setting is disabled (unchecked).) *5 It can only be used if the system controller is AE-200A/AE-50A/EW-50A and the indoor unit is a Setback mode supported model. ® *6 “Mid 1” and “Mid 2” can be used only when the “Use Fan Speed Mid1/Mid2” setting is enabled (checked) on the BACnet Setting Tool.
  • Page 53 ® Air conditioning control system (AE-200/AE-50/EW-50) BACnet function trial run check list example Object Object ID Results On Off Setup BO_01xx01 On Off State BI_01xx02 Alarm Signal (4-digit error code) BI_01xx03 Error Code MI_01xx04 Operational Mode Setup MO_01xx05 Operational Mode State MI_01xx06 Fan Speed Setup MO_01xx07...
  • Page 54 Object Object ID Results Trend Log Group Apportionment Parameter LOG_01xx88 Trend Log Interlocked Units Apportionment Parameter LOG_61aa88 * xx: Group number (01–50), mm: PI controller address (01–50), aa: Interlocked unit address (01–50) WT07919X04...
  • Page 55: When Changing Settings Or Reconfiguring Ae-200/ae-50/ Ew-50

    7-7. When changing settings or reconfiguring AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 The procedures for changing settings or reconfiguring AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 using stored settings data are as follows. Important When AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 is reconfigured, communication with the building management system is temporarily cut off and the building management system may detect a communication error. Carry out operations after receiving approval from the building manager beforehand.
  • Page 56 (5) Removing Setting PC Remove the Setting PC from LAN1 of AE-200/AE-50/EW-50. ® (6) Connecting BACnet ® Connect LAN2 of AE-200/AE-50/EW-50 and BACnet ® (7) BACnet trial run ® By performing a trial run of the BACnet function, check the operation. Refer to section 7-6 “Step-4 Trial run ®...
  • Page 57: Appendix: Added Functions

    Appendix: Added functions The added functions are as follows. Version Added item Description Reference ® BACnet function The air conditioning units can be All items other than the items monitored and operated from the below Ver. 7.30 building management system ®...
  • Page 58 WT07919X04...
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  • Page 60 Please be sure to put the contact address/telephone number on this manual before handing it to the customer. HEAD OFFICE: TOKYO BLDG., 2-7-3, MARUNOUCHI, CHIYODA-KU, TOKYO 100-8310, JAPAN MANUFACTURER: MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION Air-conditioning & Refrigeration Systems Works WT07919X04 5-66, Tebira 6 Chome, Wakayama-city, 640-8686, Japan...

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