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  • Page 1 Ope e e e n n n n P P P P r r r r o o o o c c c c e e e e sso ssor r r r w w w w ith ith ith ith T T T T r r r r an an an ane e e e Dr Dr Dr Drive iver O r Own...
  • Page 2 The information contained within this document is subject to change without notice and should not be construed as a commitment by Siemens Building Technologies, Inc. Siemens Building Technologies, Inc. assumes no responsibility for any errors that may appear in this document.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Manual Organzation ....................I Manual Conventions ....................II Manual Symbols ......................II Prerequisites Introduction........................1-1 Chapter Overview...................... 1-1 Principles of Open Processor Operation Hardware ........................2-1 Chapter Overview...................... 2-1 System Configuration System 600 APOGEE Components Trane Components Software ........................3-1 Chapter Overview......................
  • Page 4 Open Processor with Trane Driver Owner’s Manual Features Typical Trane Objects by Equipment Controller Object Worksheet Troubleshooting......................6-1 Chapter Overview Open Processor Troubleshooting Open Processor Operation Trunk Interface Point Operation Communications with Trane System Battery Replacement Procedure Glossary ......................... Glossary-1...
  • Page 5 This manual is written for the owner and user of the System 600 APOGEE Open Processor with Trane driver, referred to as Open Processor for the remainder of this manual. It is designed to help you become familiar with the Open Processor and its applications. The...
  • Page 6 UHQDPHG appears in the status bar. messages are displayed in Courier New font. New terms The Open Processor continuously executes a user-defined set appearing for the of instructions called the control program. first time are italicized. M M M M anua...
  • Page 7: How To Use This Manual

    This manual should be used in conjunction with the System 600 APOGEE Field Panel User’s Manual (125-3000). This manual describes the Operator Interface Program used to communicate with the Open Processor and other System 600 APOGEE field panels. In addition to reading this owner's manual, you should also become familiar with the following technical documents.
  • Page 8 Open Processor with York Driver Owner’s Manual Notes Siemens Building Technologies, Inc. Landis Division...
  • Page 9 C C C C h h h h a a a a p p p p te te te ter r r r O O O O v v v v e e e e r r r r vi vi vi vie e e e w w w w Chapter 1 covers the basic concepts involved in Open Processor operation. The following...
  • Page 10 F F F F i i i i e e e e l l l l d d d d I I I I npu nput t t t s s s s The Open Processor samples the Trane network inputs, or points, for information and stores numerical representations of these values. The Open Processor then takes the required action;...
  • Page 11: Introduction

    For example, if an operator issues an ON command to a fan starter, the Open Processor issues the ON command to the field point and updates the value in its memory. In this case, the operator overrides the control program.
  • Page 12 Open Processor with Trane Driver Owner's Manual The remote-site Open Processor can initiate a telephone call to a printer, a dumb terminal, or a minicomputer or personal computer running Insight software. Once the remote site connects to the device, an alarm or other user-defined event is issued. When the remote site no longer requires the connection to the device, the remote site disconnects.
  • Page 13 O O O O v v v v e e e e r r r r a a a a N N N N e e e e t t t t w w w w o o o o r r r r k k k k ..Siemens Building Technologies, Inc.
  • Page 14 Open Processor with Trane Driver Owner's Manual Notes Siemens Building Technologies, Inc. Landis Division...
  • Page 15 Trane devices. The Open Processor allows some control and monitoring functions that formerly required hard-wired interfaces between the System 600 and field equipment. By using the Open Processor, much of the expense of field wiring can be eliminated. The following topics are included in Chapter 2:...
  • Page 16 E E E E n n n n c c c c l l l l o o o o s s s s u u u u r r r r e e e e The Open Processor may reside in any Modular Building Controller (MBC) or Remote Building Controller (RBC) enclosure with an open slot on the communications bus (C-Bus).
  • Page 17: Hardware

    Data about Trane equipment controllers for controlling, displaying, logging, alarming, and trending on the System 600 APOGEE is made available by the Open Processor, shown in Figure 2-3, Figure 2-4, and Figure 2-5. Points in the Open Processor’s database hold information about Trane equipment controllers.
  • Page 18 The Open Processor with Trane driver cannot communicate with any other FLN devices such as Terminal Equipment Controllers. The Open Processor connects to the Trane system using only the FLN 1 port. However, the Open Processor uses the address space of FLN 1, FLN 2, and FLN 3.
  • Page 19 Modu Modu The Open Processor does not require a Power Module or a Controller Module when it is in an MBC or RBC enclosure. However, Power Modules and Controller Modules can share an MBC or RBC enclosure with Open Processors.
  • Page 20 Module Kits joined to the primary panel. The EM is installed in the expansion panel (an MBC or RBC without an Open Processor or Controller Module). The purpose of the expansion panel is to provide extra PTM slots for the primary panel to use.
  • Page 21 Mode Mode Modems can transmit data from an Open Processor to an operator interface over telephone lines. Therefore, remote communication between the Open Processor and an operator interface is possible using two modems—one at each end of the communication link. For example, an alarm printer can be set up in a building manager's office to receive alarms from an Open Processor that is in a remote location.
  • Page 22 The Open Processor enables the Siemens Building Technologies System 600 APOGEE to communicate with up to 18 Trane Tracer Summit™ Building Control Unit (BCU) Panels. Thus, the integrated system consists of the Trane system plus the System 600 APOGEE, linked by the Open Processor.
  • Page 23: Software

    C C C C h h h h a a a a p p p p te te te ter r r r O O O O v v v v e e e e r r r r vi vi vi vie e e e w w w w Chapter 3 describes the software that comes installed in the Open Processor. The following...
  • Page 24 I I I I n n n n t t t t e e e e rf rf rf rfac ac ac ace e e e An operator issues commands or requests to the Open Processor using an operator terminal and the operator interface.
  • Page 25 With the Open Processor, operators use the commands and menu-driven prompts of the operator interface. The point database is created by supplying the Open Processor with logical points and information about the Trane BACnet objects. There are two basic classifications of point information that make up the point database: information used to define Trane BACnet objects, and information that is updated or set during operation of the Trane system.
  • Page 26 Open Processor with Trane Driver Owner's Manual Information for specific Trane equipment controllers is listed in Chapter 5, Applications. W W W W h h h h a a a a t t t t i i i i s s s s a a a a P P P P o o o o i i i i n n n n t t t t D D D D a a a a t t t t a a a a b b b b a a a a s s s s e e e e ? ? ? ? The point database is a file containing all information defined for every point in the System 600 APOGEE.
  • Page 27: Point Database

    P P P P o o o o i i i i n n n n t t t t c c c c h h h h a a a a r r r r ac ac ac act t t t e e e e r r r r i i i i s s s s t t t t i i i i c c c c s s s s Each point (logical or virtual) is composed of attributes that define it in the database. These attributes are: Siemens Building Technologies, Inc. Landis Division...
  • Page 28 Open Processor with Trane Driver Owner's Manual Point name/point system name Point address Point status Point priority Point value/state P P P P o o o o i i i i n n n n t t t t n n n n am...
  • Page 29 If one or more points on a job lacks a section that you identified in your point naming conventions, insert a period for the missing section. For example: ð BLD990.FLR01.AHU01.SAT ð BLD990.FLR01..SAT ð The equipment section is missing in the second point name, replaced by two periods. Siemens Building Technologies, Inc. Landis Division...
  • Page 30 P P P P o o o o i i i i n n n n t t t t a a a a dd ddr r r r e e e e ss ss ss ss The Open Processor uses the standard Siemens Building Technologies addressing scheme of TCCLDDPP. Refer to Table 4-2.
  • Page 31 NOTE: If the Open Processor is to be used only to monitor and not to control Trane equipment controllers, Siemens Building Technologies suggests that all points listed as outputs (LAO and LDO) be defined instead as inputs (LAI and LDI).
  • Page 32 Open Processor with Trane Driver Owner's Manual P P P P o o o o i i i i n n n n t t t t s s s s t t t t a a a a t t t t u u u u s s s s The point status indicates the current condition of a logical point as defined in the System 600 APOGEE database.
  • Page 33 PTM is switched back into AUTOMATIC mode. *TBL* TROUBLE The point is in TROUBLE state. This status appears when a PPCL program or user commands the point to this state. Siemens Building Technologies, Inc. Landis Division...
  • Page 34 Open Processor with Trane Driver Owner's Manual P P P P o o o o i i i i n n n n t t t t p p p p r r r r i i i i o o o o r r r r i i i i t t t t y y y y The point priority determines if an operator or a particular control program is responsible for controlling the point.
  • Page 35: Applications

    A A A A l l l l t t t t e e e e r r r r n n n n a a a a t t t t e e e e S S S S t t t t a a a a t t t t e e e e T T T T e e e e x x x x t t t t Energized state DIRTY De-energized state CLEAN Refer to the System Profile chapter of the System 600 APOGEE Field Panels User’s Manual (125-3000) for more information concerning the use of state text. Siemens Building Technologies, Inc. 4-11 Landis Division...
  • Page 36 Open Processor with Trane Driver Owner's Manual P P P P o o o o i i i i n n n n t t t t t t t ty y y y p p p p e e e e a a a a ttr ttr ttr ttri i i i b b b b u u u u t t t t e e e e s s s s Each point definition is composed of attributes.
  • Page 37 ALARM. This PPCL resident point allows for closer monitoring of critical points. Answering Y Y Y Y causes both the ALMCNT and ALMCT2 counters to increment by 1 when a point enters alarm. N N N N updates the ALMCNT resident point only. Siemens Building Technologies, Inc. 4-13 Landis Division...
  • Page 38 Open Processor with Trane Driver Owner's Manual !1RUPDOýDFNýHQDEOHGýõ<î1ô This attribute specifies if the point requires acknowledgment from a user after it enters an ALARM condition. If the alarm is not acknowledged, the system will be unable to change the status point until a user acknowledges the alarm condition.
  • Page 39 FLN Number is 0. If the point resides in an FLN device, the FLN Number can be 1, 2, or 3. NOTE: Although the Open Processor only resides on FLN 1, it takes up the address space of FLN 1, 2, and 3. !ý'URS A number from 000 to 255 that identifies the Point Termination Module (PTM) or an FLN device address in which the point resides.
  • Page 40 Open Processor with Trane Driver Owner's Manual C C C C h h h h a a a a nge o nge of f f f V V V V a a a a l l l l ue nge o...
  • Page 41 For points in the Open Processor with Trane Driver, refer to the Chapter 5 - Applications. For other point types, see the Calculating Slopes and Intercepts section of the System 600 APOGEE Field Panel User’s Manual (125-3000)for more...
  • Page 42 The Metadrop is Drop 30 on FLN 3. The Metadrop consists of a group of points known as Metapoints. A Metapoint for the Open Processor with Trane Driver is always defined with the following point characteristics: T T T T y y y y p p p p e e e e : : : :...
  • Page 43 Point Database Use Table 4-5 to associate the proper Open Processor Metapoint to the BCU being mapped. Grayed areas in the table are invalid mappings and are not used. T T T T a a a a b b b b l l l l e e e e 4 4 4 4 - - - - 5 5 5 5 ..T T T T r r r r a a a a ne...
  • Page 44 Open Processor with Trane Driver Owner's Manual T T T T a a a a b b b b l l l l e e e e 4 4 4 4 - - - - 5 5 5 5 ..T T T T r r r r a a a a ne...
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  • Page 46 Open Processor with Trane Driver Owner's Manual T T T T a a a a b b b b l l l l e e e e 4 4 4 4 - - - - 5 5 5 5 ..T T T T r r r r a a a a ne...
  • Page 47 For this example, assume the following: For Trane: The device address of the BCU is 1. The following Trane objects exist with the given object addresses: ð 00-00-00-01 ð 01-00-00-01 ð 03-00-00-01 ð 04-00-00-01 Siemens Building Technologies, Inc. 4-23 Landis Division...
  • Page 48 The Trunk number is 0. The Cabinet number is 7. BCU information is to be mapped into the Open Processor starting at FLN 1 Drop 0. Given these assumptions, to map the Trane objects into the Open Processor, do the...
  • Page 49 Point Termination Modules (PTMs) are interfaces between the field equipment and the Open Processor. Field equipment includes equipment controllers that provide information to, or are controlled or monitored by the Open Processor. PTMs can also be controlled by Controller Modules.
  • Page 50 Processor is operational and, if not, the source of the problem. The standard MBC baseline contains diagnostic points 0–50. Points above 50 are unique to the specific Open Processor. Those points that refer to addressing issues are indicated in the following table.
  • Page 51: Open Processor Applications

    O O O O v v v v e e e e r r r r vi vi vi vie e e e w w w w Chapter 5 contains applications, features, and object mapping for all the Trane equipment controllers supported by the Open Processor. The following topics are included in Chapter 5: Open Processor Applications...
  • Page 52 The Open Processor allows the System 600 APOGEE to achieve some control functions which formerly required hard-wired interfaces between the System 600 APOGEE and other systems. Using the Open Processor, much of the expensive field wiring can be eliminated. C C C C h h h h ill ill ill illed ed W W W W a a a a t t t t e e e e r r r r S S S S e e e e t t t t P P P P o o o o i i i i n n n n t t t t Compressors are generally controlled using the Leaving Evaporator Set Point.
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  • Page 54 Open Processor with Trane Driver Owner's Manual T T T T a a a a b b b b l l l l e e e e 5 5 5 5 - - - - 2 2 2 2 ..O O O O b b b b j j j j e e e e c c c c t t t t N N N N a a a a m m m m e e e e s s s s o o o o f f f f B B B B i i i i n n n n a a a a r r r r y y y y I I I I n n n n p p p p u u u u t t t t s s s s A A A A v v v v a a a a il il il ila a a a b b b b l l l l e e e e B B B B y y y y E E E E q q q q u u u u i i i i p p p p m m m m en ent t t t C C C C on ontr tr tr tro o o o ll ll ll lle e e e r r r r T T T T y y y y p p p p e e e e .
  • Page 55 O O O O b b b b j j j j e e e e c c c c t t t t W W W W o o o o r r r r k k k k s s s s hee heet t t t In order to create the Open Processor with Trane driver database, a list of objects must be obtained from the local Trane representative.
  • Page 56 Open Processor with Trane Driver Owner's Manual T T T T a a a a b b b b l l l l e e e e 5 5 5 5 - - - - 4 4 4 4 ..T T T T r r r r a a a a ne...
  • Page 57 (last two digits) in the object ID for Chiller #2. This occurs because of the sequential order in which the objects were entered. For this example, a Metadrop point was created at address TCC33000 with an initial value of 1.0. Siemens Building Technologies, Inc. Landis Division...
  • Page 58 Open Processor with Trane Driver Owner's Manual T T T T a a a a b b b b l l l l e e e e 5 5 5 5 - - - - 5 5 5 5 ..S S S S t t t t a a a a n n n n d d d d a a a a r r r r d d d d BC BCU U U U I I I I n n n n p p p p u u u u t t t t / / / / O O O O u u u u t t t t p p p p u u u u t t t t O O O O b b b b j j j j e e e e c c c c t t t t s s s s .
  • Page 59 To determine that the Open Processor is powered up and communicating properly, verify that the STATUS LED on the Open Processor is flashing ON and OFF once per second. (Upon power-up, it may take five to six seconds for the STATUS LED to begin flashing.) Siemens Building Technologies, Inc.
  • Page 60 To view the status of the Open Processor and to call up reports for troubleshooting, you can use an operator's terminal and the operator interface or an Insight workstation. For more information refer to the following manual(s): System 600 APOGEE Field Panel User's Manual (125-3000).
  • Page 61: Troubleshooting

    3. Refer to the Battery Replacement Procedure later in this chapter. 4. Turn OFF power, remove and reinstall the Open Processor. Turn ON power. 5. Contact your local Siemens Building Technologies representative. D D D D ..T T T T he MM...
  • Page 62 1. Verify that the AC power to Trunk Interface II is properly connected. 2. Verify that the FLN connector screws face d d d d o o o o w w w w n n n n at the Open Processor and u u u u p p p p at the Trunk Interface II.
  • Page 63: Trunk Interface Ii

    1. Check that the power to the field panel is turned ON. 2. Check that all electrical connections are secure. 3. Ensure that only one Open Processor or Controller Module has the M-bus enabled. 4. Contact your local Siemens Building Technologies representative.
  • Page 64 Open Processor with Trane Driver Owner's Manual B B B B ..A A A A ll ll ll ll po poi i i i n n n n t t t t s s s s a a a a dd...
  • Page 65 1. Check the FLN trunk connectors for proper orientation. The screws for the connectors should face d d d d o o o o w w w w n n n n at the Open Processor. 2. Verify that the Open Processor addresses are correct and that the Trane Equipment Controller points have addresses on FLNs 1–3.
  • Page 66 Follow these procedures to replace the battery backup of the Open Processor: 1. With the AC power to the Open Processor turned ON, lift up the front cover of the Open Processor to expose the battery. Refer to Figure 6-1.
  • Page 67 PTM component that provides the PTM address for the Open Processor or Controller Module and the point database.
  • Page 68 BCU U U U Tracer Summit Building Control Unit (BCU). The BCU communicates with the Open Processor via RS-232 signals and provides the link between the Open Processor and the Trane equipment controllers. B B B B L L L L N N N N Building level network.
  • Page 69: Glossary

    Metal case that houses the Open Processor and other MBC or RBC components.
  • Page 70 Met t t t a a a a po poi i i i n n n n t t t t A logical point in an Open Processor that identifies an equipment controller or device and defines the address location of its associated point.
  • Page 71 Software contained in the Open Processor that allows the Trane system to communicate directly with the System 600. unbund unbund...
  • Page 72 Open Processor with Trane Driver Owner's Manual Notes Glossary-6...
  • Page 73 ..........1-1 literature pocket..........2-7 Controller module Local Area Network (LAN) Controller....1-2 in cabinet with Open Processor ....2-3 local points..........4-2, 4-3 Controller Module ........... 2-5 Logical Analog Input (LAI) point ...... 4-2 Logical Analog Output (LAO) point ....4-2 Logical Digital Input (LDI) point .......
  • Page 74 Open Processor with Trane Driver Owner’s Manual Loop Tuning ............ 3-2 point attributes ..........4-12 access group ..........4-13 Change of Value (COV) limit...... 4-16 engineering units........4-12 MBC ....See Modular Building Controller other analog point attributes ..... 4-16 M-Bus........
  • Page 75: Index

    6-2 Trend Data Collection ........3-2 RS-232 port ............. 2-7 troubleshooting..........6-2 battery replacement ........6-7 Open Processor .......... 6-2 Point Termination Modules ......6-5 slope and intercept constants....... 4-17 points ............6-5 SMOKE point priority ........4-10 system communications ......
  • Page 76 Open Processor with Trane Driver Owner’s Manual Notes Index-4...

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