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Siemens Desigo RXC, Desigo RXB, Desigo RXL, Desigo RXA Technical Manual

Siemens Desigo RXC, Desigo RXB, Desigo RXL, Desigo RXA Technical Manual (476 pages)

Technical manual  
Brand: Siemens | Category: Home Automation | Size: 12.3 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents13................................................................................................................................................................
Comfort And Well-being In Every Room15................................................................................................................................................................
Range Overview16................................................................................................................................................................
Coordinated Room Controllers17................................................................................................................................................................
The Room Units: The Key To Individual Comfort18................................................................................................................................................................
Applications20................................................................................................................................................................
Installation21................................................................................................................................................................
Engineering And Commissioning22................................................................................................................................................................
Integration Into Building Automation And Control Systems25................................................................................................................................................................
Rxb Overview28................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction85................................................................................................................................................................
Revision History85................................................................................................................................................................
Copyright85................................................................................................................................................................
Quality Assurance85................................................................................................................................................................
Document Use / Request To The Reader86................................................................................................................................................................
Target Audience, Prerequisites86................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Supply For Rxb Konnex Controllers87................................................................................................................................................................
Rxb Konnex Controller Communications87................................................................................................................................................................
S-mode87................................................................................................................................................................
Lte Mode88................................................................................................................................................................
Definitions / Tools89................................................................................................................................................................
Signals And Parameters (presentation)89................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Tools91................................................................................................................................................................
Parameterization With Ets3 Professional91................................................................................................................................................................
Parameterization Using Acs92................................................................................................................................................................
Parameterization Using The Handytool93................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Handytool Functions94................................................................................................................................................................
Minor Parameterization Using Room Unit Qax34.394................................................................................................................................................................
Major Parameterization Using Room Unit Qax34.396................................................................................................................................................................
Select The Device Address Using Room Unit Qax34.396................................................................................................................................................................
Upload/download Parameters Using Room Unit Qax34.397................................................................................................................................................................
Test The Periphery Using Room Unit Qax34.398................................................................................................................................................................
Select Communications Mode100................................................................................................................................................................
Address Zones In Lte Mode (together With Synco)101................................................................................................................................................................
Rxb Application Example With Rmb795 For Geographical And Time Switch Zones104................................................................................................................................................................
Implement Application Example107................................................................................................................................................................
Heating And Refrigeration Demand Zones108................................................................................................................................................................
Applications / Parameters109................................................................................................................................................................
Select Application109................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter Settings110................................................................................................................................................................
Room Operating Modes111................................................................................................................................................................
Description111................................................................................................................................................................
Overview112................................................................................................................................................................
Determine The Room Operating Mode With Desigo (s-mode)113................................................................................................................................................................
Local Control Of Room Operating Mode Via A Window Contact114................................................................................................................................................................
Central Control Of Room Operating Mode Via Input From The Use Schedule115................................................................................................................................................................
Central And Local Control Of Room Operating Mode Based On Occupancy116................................................................................................................................................................
Local Control Of Room Operating Mode With A Room Unit119................................................................................................................................................................
Local Control Of Room Operating Mode Via The Temporary Comfort Mode Input120................................................................................................................................................................
Effective Room Operating Mode121................................................................................................................................................................
Desigo Examples122................................................................................................................................................................
Determine The Room Operating Mode With Third-party Products (s-mode)125................................................................................................................................................................
Local Control Of Room Operating Mode Via Window Contact Input126................................................................................................................................................................
Central Control Of Room Operating Mode With An Input From The Room Operating Mode Schedule127................................................................................................................................................................
Central Control Of The Room Operating Mode Via The Schedules Use And Occupancy128................................................................................................................................................................
Third-party (s-mode) Examples133................................................................................................................................................................
Determine The Room Operating Mode With Synco (lte Mode)135................................................................................................................................................................
Central Room Operating Mode Control Via Enable Comfort136................................................................................................................................................................
Central Control Of Room Operating Mode Via Room Operating Mode Input137................................................................................................................................................................
Local Control Of Room Operating Mode Via Presence Detector138................................................................................................................................................................
Lte Mode Examples140................................................................................................................................................................
Determine The Room Operating Mode Without A Bus (stand-alone)142................................................................................................................................................................
Local Control Of Room Operating Mode Via A Window Contact Input143................................................................................................................................................................
Local Control Of Room Operating Mode With Room Unit144................................................................................................................................................................
Example For Stand-alone145................................................................................................................................................................
Setpoint Calculation147................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Output For Current Setpoints148................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Output Effective Setoints148................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Outputs Lte Mode148................................................................................................................................................................
Setpoint Settings With The Tool149................................................................................................................................................................
Setpoint Setting Runtime150................................................................................................................................................................
Central Setpoint Shift151................................................................................................................................................................
Local Setpoint Shift152................................................................................................................................................................
Temperature Measurement154................................................................................................................................................................
Room Temperature Measurement154................................................................................................................................................................
Local Temperature Sensor At Pps2 Interface154................................................................................................................................................................
Local Temperature Sensor At Analog Input154................................................................................................................................................................
Averaging Analog Input & Pps2 Interface155................................................................................................................................................................
Sensor Correction155................................................................................................................................................................
Temperature Sensor Outputs On The Konnex Bus156................................................................................................................................................................
Temperature Sensor Input From Konnex Bus157................................................................................................................................................................
Outside Air Temperature Via Konnex Bus (clc02, Rad01)158................................................................................................................................................................
Control Sequences159................................................................................................................................................................
Radiator (rad01)159................................................................................................................................................................
Actuator Type Selection159................................................................................................................................................................
Values Representing Radiator Valve Actuator Positions163................................................................................................................................................................
Valve Exercising Feature164................................................................................................................................................................
Override Radiator Valve Actuators164................................................................................................................................................................
Downdraft Compensation165................................................................................................................................................................
Chilled Ceiling (clc01)167................................................................................................................................................................
Select Actuator Types For Chilled Ceiling167................................................................................................................................................................
Values Representing Chilled Ceiling Valve Actuator Positions168................................................................................................................................................................
Override Chilled Ceiling Valve Actuators170................................................................................................................................................................
Dewpoint Monitoring170................................................................................................................................................................
Central/passive Dewpoint Monitoring171................................................................................................................................................................
Chilled Ceiling And Radiator 4-pipe (clc02)172................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration And Parameterization172................................................................................................................................................................
Override The Valve Actuator173................................................................................................................................................................
Master/slave174................................................................................................................................................................
Window Switch (s-mode)176................................................................................................................................................................
Presence Detector (s-mode)176................................................................................................................................................................
Dewpoint Sensor (s-mode)176................................................................................................................................................................
Lte Mode With Zones177................................................................................................................................................................
Window Switch (lte Mode)178................................................................................................................................................................
Presence Detector (lte Mode)178................................................................................................................................................................
Dewpoint Sensor (lte Mode)178................................................................................................................................................................
Peripheral Functions179................................................................................................................................................................
General / Central Functions180................................................................................................................................................................
Send Heartbeat And Receive Timeout182................................................................................................................................................................
Digital Inputs182................................................................................................................................................................
Temporary Comfort Mode183................................................................................................................................................................
Presence Detector Switch-on And Switch-off Delay183................................................................................................................................................................
Heating And Cooling Demand183................................................................................................................................................................
Heating/cooling Signal Output184................................................................................................................................................................
Special Functions185................................................................................................................................................................
Morning Boost (morning Warmup, 2)186................................................................................................................................................................
Precooling (precool, 5)186................................................................................................................................................................
Test Mode (test, 7)187................................................................................................................................................................
Emergency Heat (8)187................................................................................................................................................................
Free Cooling (freecool, 10)188................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm189................................................................................................................................................................
10.13.1 S-mode189................................................................................................................................................................
10.13.2 Lte Mode190................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Setpoint Shift190................................................................................................................................................................
Free Inputs/outputs191................................................................................................................................................................
10.15.1 Digital Inputs On The Knx Bus191................................................................................................................................................................
10.15.2 Knx Signals On Digital/analog Outputs192................................................................................................................................................................
10.15.3 Mapping The Sensor B1 To The Konnex Bus192................................................................................................................................................................
Software Version193................................................................................................................................................................
Device State193................................................................................................................................................................
Room Unit194................................................................................................................................................................
Knx Information197................................................................................................................................................................
Reset And Startup Response197................................................................................................................................................................
Led Flashing Pattern197................................................................................................................................................................
Startup Delay198................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Load198................................................................................................................................................................
S-mode Communication Objects For Rad/clc199................................................................................................................................................................
12.5.1 S-mode Input Communication Objects199................................................................................................................................................................
12.5.2 S-mode Output Communication Objects200................................................................................................................................................................
Lte-mode Communication Objects201................................................................................................................................................................
Handytool Parameters By Number202................................................................................................................................................................
Handytool Parameters, Alphabetical204................................................................................................................................................................
Handytool Enumerations206................................................................................................................................................................
12.10 Data Point Type Description207................................................................................................................................................................
Faq209................................................................................................................................................................
Integration Of Rxb In Desigo/synco212................................................................................................................................................................
Case 1: Integration In Synco212................................................................................................................................................................
Case 2: Integration In Desigo213................................................................................................................................................................
Case 3: Display In Desigo, With Shared Synco Schedule214................................................................................................................................................................
Case 4: Display In Desigo/synco, With Shared Synco Schedule215................................................................................................................................................................
Case 5: Display In Desigo, Separate Schedules216................................................................................................................................................................
Case 6: Separate Display, Separate Schedules217................................................................................................................................................................
Case 7: Separate Display, Shared Synco Schedule218................................................................................................................................................................
Working With Different Tools219................................................................................................................................................................
Validity Of The Documentation242................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Supply For Rxb Controllers245................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter Setting With Ets3 Professional249................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter Setting In Acs250................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter Setting Using The Handytool251................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of The Handytool Functions252................................................................................................................................................................
Limited" Parameter Setting Using Room Unit Qax34.3252................................................................................................................................................................
Extended" Parameter Setting Using Room Unit Qax34.3254................................................................................................................................................................
Selection Of The Device Address Using Room Unit Qax34.3254................................................................................................................................................................
Select Communication Mode258................................................................................................................................................................
Zone Addressing In Lte Mode (in Conjunction With Synco)259................................................................................................................................................................
Geographical Zone And Time Switch Zone Application Example Rxb With Rmb795262................................................................................................................................................................
Implementation Of Application Example265................................................................................................................................................................
Heating And Cooling Demand Zone266................................................................................................................................................................
Applications, Parameters267................................................................................................................................................................
Application Selection267................................................................................................................................................................
Determine The Room Operating Mode In Desigo (s-mode)271................................................................................................................................................................
Central Control Of Room Operating Mode Via Input From The Use Timeschedule273................................................................................................................................................................
Central Control Of Room Operating Mode Via The Room Operating Mode Timeschedule277................................................................................................................................................................
Local Control Of Room Operating Mode Via The Window Contact Input284................................................................................................................................................................
Central Control Of Room Operating Mode Via The Use And Occupancy Timeschedules286................................................................................................................................................................
Central Control Of The Room Operating Mode Via Enable Comfort294................................................................................................................................................................
Lte-mode Examples298................................................................................................................................................................
Local Control Of Room Operating Mode Via A Presence Detector301................................................................................................................................................................
Stand-alone Example303................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Output Effective Setpoints306................................................................................................................................................................
Set The Setpoints With The Tool307................................................................................................................................................................
Setpoint Adjustment Runtime308................................................................................................................................................................
Outside Air Temperature Via Konnex Bus (fnc10, Fnc12, Fnc18)316................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Coils With Valve Control317................................................................................................................................................................
Four-pipe Fan Coils - With Valve Control317................................................................................................................................................................
Two-pipe Fan Coils - With Valve Control318................................................................................................................................................................
Heating/cooling Output320................................................................................................................................................................
Values Representing Valve Actuator Positions325................................................................................................................................................................
Override Valve Actuators327................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Coils With Damper Control328................................................................................................................................................................
Four-pipe Fan Coils With Damper Control (fnc20)328................................................................................................................................................................
Value Representing Damper Actuator Positions329................................................................................................................................................................
Overriding The Damper Actuator330................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Coils With An Electric Heating Coil331................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Coils With An Electric Reheater331................................................................................................................................................................
4-pipe Fan-coils With Electric Reheater331................................................................................................................................................................
2-pipe Fan-coils With Electric Reheater332................................................................................................................................................................
The Electric Reheater333................................................................................................................................................................
Fan-coils With Lthw Radiator (fnc18)336................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration And Parameter Setting336................................................................................................................................................................
Position Values For Tediator Valve Actuators338................................................................................................................................................................
Heat Demand338................................................................................................................................................................
Radiator Valve Actuator Override338................................................................................................................................................................
Outside Air Damper Fan Coils ("economizer", Fnc10, Fnc12)341................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Of The Function343................................................................................................................................................................
Position Values For Damper Actuators343................................................................................................................................................................
Overriding The Outside Air Damper344................................................................................................................................................................
Room Supply Air Cascade Control (fnc08)344................................................................................................................................................................
Parameterizing345................................................................................................................................................................
Supply Air Inputs / Outputs346................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Control347................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Parameter Setting349................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Speeds And Control350................................................................................................................................................................
Minimum On Time351................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Overrun Time (switch-off Delay)351................................................................................................................................................................
Periodic Fan Kick351................................................................................................................................................................
General And Central Functions359................................................................................................................................................................
Send Heartbeat And Receive Timeouts361................................................................................................................................................................
Boost Heating (morning Warmup, 2)365................................................................................................................................................................
Night Purge (night Purge, 4), (fnc10, Fnc12)366................................................................................................................................................................
Emergency Heating (emergency Heat, 8)368................................................................................................................................................................
Rapid Ventilation (fan Only, 9)368................................................................................................................................................................
11.15 Alarm370................................................................................................................................................................
11.15.1 S-mode370................................................................................................................................................................
11.15.2 Lte Mode371................................................................................................................................................................
11.16 Reset The Setpoint Shift371................................................................................................................................................................
11.17 Free Inputs/outputs372................................................................................................................................................................
11.17.1 Digital Inputs On The Knx Bus373................................................................................................................................................................
11.17.2 Knx Signals On Digital/analog Outputs373................................................................................................................................................................
11.17.3 Mapping The Sensor B1 To The Konnex Bus374................................................................................................................................................................
11.18 Software Version374................................................................................................................................................................
S-mode Communication Objects For Fnc380................................................................................................................................................................
13.5.1 S-mode Input Communication Objects380................................................................................................................................................................
13.5.2 S-mode Output Communication Objects381................................................................................................................................................................
Ltemode Communication Objects382................................................................................................................................................................
Handytool Parameters Sorted Alphabetically385................................................................................................................................................................
13.10 Data Point Type Description389................................................................................................................................................................
Faqs391................................................................................................................................................................
Integrate Rxb In Desigo/synco394................................................................................................................................................................
Case 1: Integration Into Synco394................................................................................................................................................................
Case 2: Integration Into Desigo395................................................................................................................................................................
Case 3: Display In Desigo, With Shared Synco Time Scheduler396................................................................................................................................................................
Case 4: Display In Desigo/synco, With Shared Synco Time Scheduler397................................................................................................................................................................
Case 5: Display In Desigo, And Separate Time Schedulers398................................................................................................................................................................
Case 6: Separate Display, And Separate Time Schedulers399................................................................................................................................................................
Case 7: Separate Display, And Shared Synco Time Scheduler400................................................................................................................................................................
About This Document457................................................................................................................................................................
Referenced Documents457................................................................................................................................................................
Before You Start457................................................................................................................................................................
Trademarks457................................................................................................................................................................
Document Use/ Request To The Reader458................................................................................................................................................................
Target Audience458................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Bus Differences Between Rxb And Rxl459................................................................................................................................................................
Periphery Wiring (without Bus)460................................................................................................................................................................
Engineering Notes460................................................................................................................................................................
Power Lines Ac 230 V460................................................................................................................................................................
Transformer Design Ac 24 V460................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring For Triaca Outputs Ac 24 V And Power Supply Ac 24 V460................................................................................................................................................................
Signal Wiring461................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Notes For Room Devices461................................................................................................................................................................
Relay Outputs462................................................................................................................................................................
Connect Room Units In Master/slave Configurations463................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Notes464................................................................................................................................................................
Electromagnetic Compatibility, Emc464................................................................................................................................................................
Konnex Bus Technology466................................................................................................................................................................
Cable Specification466................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Cable (rxb And Rxl)466................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Cable Technical Data466................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Cable Screening467................................................................................................................................................................
Laying Bus Cables467................................................................................................................................................................
Terminating Resistor467................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Power Supply468................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Line Polarity468................................................................................................................................................................
Device Interface Specification (rxb/rxl)469................................................................................................................................................................
Communications Basics469................................................................................................................................................................
Network Structure470................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Topologies471................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Lengths And Distances471................................................................................................................................................................
Network Address473................................................................................................................................................................
Limits473................................................................................................................................................................
Zones And Zone Addresses473................................................................................................................................................................
Area And Line Couple, Ip Router474................................................................................................................................................................
Filter Worksheets475................................................................................................................................................................

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