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Siemens 2200 Series Operator Interface Manual

Room units with analog outputs
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Series 2200/3200 Room Units with
Analog Outputs
Overview
This document explains the set up and operation of the
Series 2200 and 3200 Room Units with analog outputs.
It explains the various features and operating modes
available and describes the procedure for programming
the display, according to user preferences.
Product Numbers
QAA2212.FWxN
QAA2220.FWxN
QAA2221.FWxN
QAA2230.FWxN
QAA2232.FWxN
QAA2230.FWxC
QAA22SS.FWxN
Accessories
Product Number
AQF3060
Replacement sensing
humidity/temperature element for
QFA room unit types
563-102 GSKT KIT
Wall Gasket (10-pack)
AQA2200-INTL
Room Unit Back Plate (10-pack)
Operation
Operation modes
Figure 1. Operation Modes.
QFA3212.FWxN
QFA3232.FWxN
QFA3230.FWxN
QFA3212.FWxN
QFA32SS.FWxN
Description
Operator Interface Guide
Normal Mode
In Normal Mode, the display is updated with
temperature and humidity, (where applicable) on a set
time cycle.
The display shows temperature in units of degrees
Fahrenheit, or in degrees Celsius if the jumper (resistor
R64) on the printed circuit assembly (PCA) is clipped
(See Setup of Displayed Temperature Units).
Depending on the model, the humidity is displayed as
well. When both of these variables must be displayed
(temperature and relative humidity) the display will
cycle through the required values at a rate of one
change every three to five seconds.
Override
These room units provide a dry contact closure
function, which may be used to signal the controller to
change the night setback or occupancy state. The
contact is made by pressing the override button (button
designated by an image of a man inside a house).
When the button is pressed, the word OVERRIDE
appears in the display. After three seconds, the text
disappears.
Document No. 125-706
September 19, 2017
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  • Page 1 Operator Interface Guide Document No. 125-706 September 19, 2017 Series 2200/3200 Room Units with Analog Outputs Overview This document explains the set up and operation of the Series 2200 and 3200 Room Units with analog outputs. It explains the various features and operating modes available and describes the procedure for programming the display, according to user preferences.
  • Page 2 Adjustments can be made between -5°F (-3°C) and is NUMERIC, and displays in degrees. The user can + 5°F (+3°C), in 0.5°F (1°C) increments. select between a NUMERIC and a GRAPHIC setpoint display. Page 2 of 4 Siemens Industry, Inc.
  • Page 3: Error Messages

    55°F (13°C) Set Pt Max 95°F (35°C) Output Range 32°F to 122°F (0°C to 50°C) Disp RH? T Cal + 0°F (0°C) DISP Temp? RH Cal + 0% Brightness Scr Saver NONE Factory Defaults Siemens Industry, Inc. Page 3 of 4...
  • Page 4 Information in this publication is based on current specifications. The company reserves the right to make changes in specifications and models as design improvements are introduced. Product or company names mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners. © 2017 Siemens Industry, Inc. Siemens Industry, Inc.

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3200 series