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Quick Reference ..........................................................................3 Introduction..................................................................................4 Specifications........................................................................4 Mounting.......................................................................................5 Wiring............................................................................................8 Compatibility with Earlier Version VLCs ...................................8 VLC Versions Prior to 1.06c..................................................8 VLC Versions 1.06c through 1.08 .........................................8 Operational Overview..................................................................9 Hotel vs. Office Modes..........................................................9 Fan-control vs. No-fan-control Modes...................................9 Cooling and Heating Setpoint Calculation.............................9 Occupied Setpoint Logic (BV-67 ON)...........................9 Unoccupied Setpoint Logic (BV-67 OFF) .....................9 After-hours Override Operation...........................................10 Housekeeping Override Operation......................................10 English and Metric Units .....................................................10 Outside Air Temperature (OAT) Display .............................10 LCD Backlight Operation.....................................................10 Testing the LCD ..................................................................11 Operating Mode Specifics.........................................................12 DDC for Enabling Operating Modes....................................13 Office Modes.......................................................................14 M1—Office, No Fan, Occupied ..................................14 M2—Office, No Fan, Unoccupied...............................15 M3—Office, No Fan, Occupied, ON/OFF...................16 M4—Office, Fan, Occupied ........................................17 M5–Office, Fan, Unoccupied......................................18 Hotel Modes........................................................................20 M6—Hotel, No Fan, Rented .......................................20 M7—Hotel, No Fan, Vacant .......................................21 M8—Hotel, Fan, Rented.............................................22 M9—Hotel, Fan, Vacant .............................................23 Field Service Mode ....................................................................24 Balance Mode.............................................................................25 VLC DDC BV and AV Assignments ..........................................26

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Failure to follow all instructions may result in equipment damage or a hazardous condition. Read all instructions carefully before installing equipment.

Local Codes and Practices
Always install equipment in accordance with the National Electric Code and in a manner acceptable to the local authority having jurisdiction.

High Voltage Safety Test
Experienced electricians, at first contact, always assume that hazardous voltages may exist in any wiring system. A safety check using a known, reliable voltage measurement or detection device should be made immediately before starting work and when work resumes.

Lightning and High-voltage Danger
Most electrical injuries involving low-voltage wiring result from sudden, unexpected high voltages on normally lowvoltage wiring. Low-voltage wiring can carry hazardous high voltages under unsafe conditions. Never install or connect wiring or equipment during electrical storms. Improperly protected wiring can carry a fatal lightning surge for many miles. All outdoor wiring must be equipped with properly grounded and listed signal circuit protectors, which must be installed in compliance with local, applicable codes. Never install wiring or equipment while standing in water.

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Wiring and Equipment Separations
All wiring and controllers must be installed to minimize the possibility of accidental contact with other, potentially hazardous and disruptive power and lighting wiring. Never place 24VAC or communications wiring near other bare power wires, lightning rods, antennas, transformers, or steam or hot water pipes. Never place wire in any conduit, box, channel, duct or other enclosure containing power or lighting circuits of any type. Always provide adequate separation of communications wiring and other electrical wiring according to code. Keep wiring and controllers at least six feet from large inductive loads (power distribution panels, lighting ballasts, motors, etc.). Failure to follow these guidelines can introduce electrical interference and cause the system to operate erratically.

Warning
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference, in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
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Display/control function • • • • • Setpoint (°F or °C as appropriate) Override time remaining ON/OFF status Time of day (optional alternate) Value associated with data code (field service mode)

Description Displays unit setpoint, after-hours/ housekeeping timer, ON/OFF status, or value of field service code, depending on mode of operation. Optionally, in modes M1-M6, the time of day can display alternately on a three-second cycle with any of the above. Displays OAT. Optionally, an outside humidity reading in %RH can display alternately on a three-second cycle with the OAT. Displays occupant-selected fan status and speed in modes M4, M5, M8, and M9. In these modes, the occupant can use the right UP/DOWN buttons to increase and decrease the fan speed. In other modes, occupant adjustment is disallowed, but DDC can control the fan status and speed display nonetheless. Displays space (room) temperature. With the Microset II with humidity sensor (MS2000H), the room %RH can display alternately on a three-second cycle with the room temperature.

Software remarks • • • • Setpoint = AV-90. Housekeeping timer or after-hours timer = AV-98. ON/OFF mode = BV-65. Time of day is read directly from the VLC when BV-82 is ON. The VLC must be time-synced. BV-83 controls format (12or 24-hour).

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OAT = AV-103, which is written to in DDC. %RH = AV-107. If AV-107 is non-zero display will cycle. Only one of the following BVs may be ON; otherwise, the Microset II indicates a high fan speed: • BLANK = BVs 72-74 OFF. • Low = BV-72 ON. • Med = BV-73 ON. • High = BV-74 ON. • Space temperature = AV-101. AI-0 is room temperature as read by the Microset II thermistor. VLC DDC must transfer AI-0 to AV-101 for space temperature display. Display will cycle between space temperature and humidity if BV-84 is ON. Space humidity = AV-102. No DDC required. AV-102 cannot store other values.

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Button press causes only affected value on LCD to appear; all others disappear. Display remains in this state for three seconds after button release.

Button press affects BV-67 according to mode (see Table 4 on p. 13). In fan modes, button press also affects BVs 72–74 (Table 7 on p. 26).

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9 9 Microset connection status. rented/vacant status (see Table 4 on p. Field service mode and balance mode lockout. See “English and Metric Units” on p. Reserved for future fan auto icon. Display/hide cooling icon. Fan low speed. 13).vZKLFK DUH XVHG WR FRQWURO WKH 0LFURVHW . Enables and disables ON/OFF mode (see Table 4 on p. Use this as a flag in DDC to control equipment occupied/ unoccupied operation. English/metric mode swap. Reflects value of BV-64 or BV-66 as appropriate. DQG UHDG VWDWXV IURP LW 7KHVH GDWD SRLQWV DUH DYDLODEOH IURP WKH 9/& DV Table 7 VLC DDC BV assignments for the Microset II. Reflects native mode set in VLC DDC header. Fa medium speed.. 10. Fan high speed. Display/hide heating icon. Activated in unoccupied/ vacant modes when the user initiates override from the Microset II. Also reflects user selection of ON/OFF mode when BV-64 is ON (see Table 4 on p. 13). Reserved for future door open icon. Native units mode status. %$&QHW REMHFWV %$&QHWFRPSOLDQW GHYLFHV FDQ DFFHVV WKH SURSHUWLHV RI WKHVH REMHFWV )RU D FRPSOHWH UHIHUHQFH RI REMHFWV DQG SURSHUWLHV DYDLODEOH LQ 9/&V VHH WKH 3URJUDPPHUzV *XLGH DQG 5HIHUHQFH IRU %$&WDON 6\VWHPV /7%77035*505. Override status. 13). Data point BV-64 BV-65 BV-66 9 Read only Description Controls occupied/unoccupied. Occupied status.

Use units as determined by VLC native units mode. Metric units. Microset not detected. Display cooling icon.c Lockout field service mode and balance mode. Hide cooling icon.c BV-78b. BV-67 9 BV-68 BV-69 BV-70 BV-71 BV-72a. Enable fan medium speed indicator at Microset II. English units. Enable fan high speed indicator at Microset II.b BV-73a.b BV-75b BV-76b BV-77b. Disable ON/OFF mode. Microset connection detected. AV-100) calculated using occupied logic. 1RWH Table 7 and Table 8 are concerned only with the Present Value property of the AV and BV objects. AV-100) calculated using unoccupied logic. n/a n/a Hide heating icon. Space is occupied. Swap native units mode from English to Metric or vice versa. Allow field service mode and balance mode access. OFF when override timer (AV98) is zero. Current setpoints (AV-99.  LTBT-TM-MSET2 . ON when override timer (AV-98) is nonzero. Space is unoccupied. These are listed as Data Points. Current setpoints (AV-99. Enable fan low speed status indicator at Microset II. n/a n/a Display heating icon. OFF action/status Sets Microset II to unoccupied or vacant operation. Enable ON/OFF mode.b BV-74a. ON action/status Sets Microset II to occupied or rented operation.

Cooling offset in degrees. Microtouch lever offset. Setpoint high limit. LTBT-TM-MSET2  . See “Compatibility with Earlier Version VLCs” on p. ON action/status LCD backlight ON continuously. No-fan-control mode. 8 Table 8 VLC DDC AV assignments for the Microset II.06c and earlier. When fan is OFF. read directly from Microset II humidity sensor. Range is 0–127°F (-18–53°C).5 = 3 minutes 30 seconds. Do not set both BV-77 and BV-78 ON at the same time. Applies only to units with optional humidity sensor. Not available in VLC versions 1. Override timer limit. Not available in VLC versions 1. Value of AV-90 can’t exceed this value. Fan control mode. Unoccupied heating setpoint. May be written to in DDC. See “LCD Backlight Operation” on p. Setting both BVs ON at the same time will cause the Microset II display to be garbled. 13).or 24-hour time format. Subtracted from the value of AV-90 in calculation of AV-100. OFF action/status LCD backlight is ON only in response to button activity. Value of AV-90 can’t be below this value. Only one of these BVs can be ON at once. After-hours override timer limit is in hours—3. Hide room humidity. Current cooling setpoint. Select 12. Equal to AV-95 while unoccupied (BV-67 OFF). Added to the value of AV-90 in calculation of AV-99. Hotel mode. Not used in Microset II. Unoccupied cooling setpoint. Display time in 24-hour format. See “Cooling and Heating Setpoint Calculation” on p. Display room humidity. 13). They are also affected by the occupant selection of fan speed. Heating offset in degrees. Equal to AV-90 – AV-94 – AV-106 while occupied (BV-67 ON). Enable alternate time of day display. 9. Display/hide room humidity. 8 c. Resets to 0 when BV-64 is ON. Data point AV-90 AV-91 AV-92 AV-93 AV-94 AV-95 AV-96 AV-97 AV-98 AV-99 AV-100 AV-101a AV-102b AV-103c AV-104 9 9 9 Read only Description Occupant-selected space temperature setpoint. 9. the fan displays high fan status. b. Equal to AV-90 + AV-93 + AV-106 while occupied (BV-67 ON). Enable/disable alternate time of day. Temperature range is -99–127°F (-73–53°C). Setpoint low limit. Enable/disable fan control mode (see Table 4 on p. These BVs can be written to in DDC. these BVs are OFF. See “Cooling and Heating Setpoint Calculation” on p. Humidity. After-hours/housekeeping override timer value. See “Compatibility with Earlier Version VLCs” on p. Applies only to units with optional humidity sensor (MS-2000-BTH). (Continued) Data point BV-79b BV-80d BV-81d BV-82d BV-83d BV-84d Read only Description LCD backlight command. Current heating setpoint. otherwise. Office mode. Outside air temperature (OAT) to display on Microset II. Housekeeping timer limit is in minutes—3. 10. a. Space temperature to display.9/& ''& %9 DQG $9 $VVLJQP HQWV Table 7 VLC DDC BV assignments for the Microset II. d. Disable alternate time of day display.5 = 3 hours 30 minutes. Equal to AV-95 while unoccupied (BV-67 OFF). Select office mode or hotel mode operation (see Table 4 on p.08 and earlier. Display time in 12-hour format.

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