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C6000 MIB- FS Series Operation & Maintenance Manual

STULZ Air Technology Systems, Inc. Printed in the United States of America. All rights reserved. 12/07 Stulz Air Technology Systems, Inc. 1572 Tilco Drive Frederick, MD 21704 USA (©Nov, 2007)
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.. 5 5............................................................................................................................................... 11 Bit array passive commands........2...............................................1 3...................... 3 Required 3rd Party Hardware ...............3 6............................2 6...................................................................................................5......2.........C6000/C7000 MIB.......0 7...................................1 1.................................. 4 Hardware Connection Tips / Hints ................0 3...0 3........................................Standard Edition i .................... 10 Timing Parameters .........................0 4.......................................................................FS Series Operation & Maintenance Manual TABLE OF CONTENTS 1............................. 2 2.................................... 1 General ............................4 6........................... 12 7..............................0 6....................... 14 Troubleshooting Tips .................................................................................................................3 General Information .......................3 6............................................................................3 Installing New Firmware on a FieldServer ................................................................................................................................ 18 Driver Limitations............................................. 3 Provided by the Supplier of 3rd Party Equipment...................... 8 Data Arrays/Descriptors............................................................................5 6..............................................................................2 1..................................................4.............................................. 13 Obtaining Spare/Replacement Parts...............................................................................0 6................................2 6.................................................5............1................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 13 Obtaining Warranty Parts ........... 10 Driver Related Map Descriptor Parameters .................................... 3 4. 6 Configuring the FieldServer as a Stulz Client ............... 1 Safety .............................................................................. 3 Required 3rd Party Configuration ..... 3 Driver Scope of Supply ........................................................................................................1 Hardware Connections ........................... 1 Product Warranty.................................................................1 7.................... 10 FieldServer Related Map Descriptor Parameters....................................2 1.........................................................3 Product Support Group ..............................0 1...........................................2 7.... 11 The active read command ..........................1 Forward ....................5.............................................1 3.............1 6........2 Description .................2.............. 13 APPENDICES APPENDIX A APPENDIX B APPENDIX C Stulz Commands ....................................................................................................................................... 9 Client Side Node Descriptors.......................................................4....................................................................4.................................................................................................. 2007.............................................1 6.......................2 3....................................................................... 3 Supplied by FieldServer Technologies for this driver ........................................... 1 Safety Summary .....................................2 6.....1 1.............. 11 Float and integer passive commands ....................................................... 13 Technical Support...................... 10 Map Descriptor Examples... 9 Client Side Map Descriptors ...................................................................... 8 Client Side Connection Descriptions..................................................... 18 Glossary Dec......................................................2...1 6...................

1.2.1 Safety General WARNING If a fault occurs when operating the A/C unit or adjusting control parameters. uses NOTES along with CAUTION and WARNING symbols to draw your attention to important operational and safety information. A bold text WARNING safety alert appears with information that is important for protecting you from harm and the equipment from damage.1 General Information Forward The C6000/C7000 MIB FS Series. All MIB’s are designed for indoor use. NOTE We recommend contacting SATS Product Support Group for assistance with adjusting or servicing your A/C unit. CAUTION All adjustments.Standard Edition . SATS provides precision cooling systems and controls with the highest quality craftsmanship using the finest materials available in the industry. Due to technological advancements. 1 Dec. Before attempting to mount or service these electronic devices. Be especially careful to read and follow all cautions that apply to your application.C6000/C7000 MIB. A bold text CAUTION safety alert appears with information that is important for protecting your equipment and performance. This device will provide years of trouble free service if installed and maintained in accordance with this manual. it must be corrected immediately in accordance with the troubleshooting instructions for the A/C unit. A safety alert symbol accompanies a general WARNING or CAUTION safety statement. Stulz Air Technology Systems. 2007. The FS Series Multi Interface Board is designed primarily to remotely interface with SATS models C6000™ or C7000™ controllers to manage an A/C system. Damage to the unit from improper installation. Inc. (SATS) using the latest. (Multi Interface Board). maintenance and/or repairs must be performed by a qualified technician. use a wristgrounding strap when working on or near electronic devices. operation or maintenance is not covered by the warranty. STUDY the instructions contained in this manual. recommendations and guidelines contained within this manual. A safety alert symbol accompanies an electrical shock hazard WARNING or CAUTION safety statement. state-of-the-art control technology. covered by this manual is provided by Stulz Air Technology Systems. and troubleshooting the MIB.2 1. This manual contains information for configuring.2.0 1. Pay very close attention to all warnings that apply to your application. Recognized as a world leader. Any use beyond this is deemed to be not intended. When possible. Inc. They must be followed to avoid difficulties. Spare parts are available from SATS to insure continuous operation.2 Safety Summary The following statements are general guidelines followed by warnings and cautions applicable throughout the manual. ensure you have no charge built up by touching a ground source. CAUTION Prior to operating the unit. CAUTION Equipment may contain components subject to Electrostatic Discharge (ESD).FS Series Operation & Maintenance Manual 1. operating. SATS is not liable for any damage resulting from improper use. 1. Using substitute parts or bypassing electrical components in order to continue operation is not recommended and will VOID THE WARRANTY. read and understand all instructions. A bold text NOTE marks a short message in the information to alert you to an important detail. components are subject to change without notice.

C6000/C7000 MIB. warrants to the original buyer of its products that the goods are free from defects in material and workmanship. Purchaser’s remedies are limited to replacement or repair of non-conforming materials in accordance with the written warranty. the company’s obligation will be for a period of 12 months from date of shipment.’s obligation under this warranty is to repair or replace. INDIRECT. misuse. to be defective for a period of 24 months from date of shipment when a completed start-up form has been submitted to Stulz Air Technology Systems.3 Product Warranty SATS offers a two year standard limited warranty as stated below. such sample was used merely to illustrate the general type and quality of the product. improper or lack of maintenance. free of charge to the customer. INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Inc. 2007. THE FOREGOING SHALL CONSTITUTE SATS’S ENTIRE LIABILITY AND YOUR EXCLUSIVE REMEDY. IN NO EVENT SHALL SATS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT. 2-Year Standard Limited Warranty: Stulz Air Technology Systems. Stulz Air Technology Systems. USE OR MAINTENANCE OF THE EQUIPMENT. CONSEQUENTIAL. at its option.. misapplication. OR EXEMPLARY DAMAGES. costs for removal or reinstallation of equipment or labor for repairs or replacement made in the field. abuse. Inc. SPECIAL. normal deterioration (including wear and tear). INCIDENTAL. any part or parts which are determined by Stulz Air Technology Systems Inc. negligence. Dec. and warranted for the balance of the original warranty period or for 90 days from the date of installation. or the use of improper parts or improper repair. and such warranty is only given to buyers for commercial or industrial purposes. This warranty does not include costs for transportation. If any sample was shown to the buyer. within 90 days from shipment. Parts repaired or replaced under this warranty are shipped FOB Factory. INCLUDING LOST PROFITS (EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY THEREOF) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE INSTALLATION. whichever is greater. Inc. In the event that a completed start-up form is not received by Stulz Air Technology Systems.Standard Edition 2 . accident. THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES. Inc. This warranty is not enforceable until the invoice(s) is paid in full.’s warranty does not cover failures caused by improper installation. and not to represent that the equipment would necessarily conform to the sample. Inc. Stulz Air Technology Systems.FS Series Operation & Maintenance Manual 1. EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. within 90 days from shipment. This is the only warranty given by the seller.

2. It supports the following formats: • • • Float values Binary values Integer values Max Nodes Supported FieldServer Mode Client Remote nodes 32 Comments The protocol supports one Client per system. but 32 devices can be read on the system.2. The Client is configurable to read all information into separate data points and supports writing to selected points as specified below.0 Description The Stulz driver allows the transfer of data from a Stulz device using the Stulz monitoring protocol version1. The Field Server can act as a Client.2 3.FS Series Operation & Maintenance Manual 2. 2007.0 3. 3.Standard Edition .C6000/C7000 MIB.2 Required 3rd Party Configuration None 3 Dec.1 Driver Scope of Supply Supplied by FieldServer Technologies for this driver FieldServer Technologies PART # FS-8700-125 FS-8917-16 Description Driver Manual RJ45 to terminal connector cable 3.7. only the C6000 controller is supported as the protocol only specifies read capabilities on that unit. Currently.1 Provided by the Supplier of 3rd Party Equipment Required 3rd Party Hardware Part # Description None 3.

C6000/C7000 MIB.0 Hardware Connections The FieldServer is connected to the Stulz device as shown in the connection drawing.FS Series Operation & Maintenance Manual 4.Standard Edition 4 . Configure the Stulz C6000 according to manufacturer’s instructions. 2007. Dec.

com/download/controllers/c6000. Make sure that bus 1 is used as bus 2 is used by the device to communicate with its I/O devices. Further information on the C6000 is provided at the following address: http://ats. Make sure that line is terminated at both ends to ensure maximum communication efficiency. Use terminating resistors.Standard Edition .pdf 5 Dec. Use shielded twisted pair wire to make connections.FS Series Operation & Maintenance Manual 4.stulz. The Stulz device has terminating resistors which can be set with a jumper.C6000/C7000 MIB.1 • • • • • Hardware Connection Tips / Hints Connect the wire to bus 1on the Stulz device. 2007.

Standard Edition 6 .csv Click on “Add” Dec. then the firmware install procedure will start automatically after pressing “Install” 4) If you have multiple FieldServers on your network.FS Series Operation & Maintenance Manual 5.0 1) Installing New Firmware on a FieldServer Open the install.zip file do the following: If you are using Winzip: • • Rename the file you want to download to the FieldServer as config. 2007.exe program 3) If you have only one FieldServer on your network. 5) In order to download config file other than the one included in the Install. then select the FieldServer that requires the new firmware to be installed from the menu shown.C6000/C7000 MIB. 2) If you are using WinZip then press the “Install” button. This can be done directly from your mail client.zip file. If you do not have WinZip then extract the files to a temporary folder and run the setup.

csv and primserv. Version: 1.00aA 1.csv is not present.csv are present. primserv. then config.Standard Edition . then secdserv. If you are not using WinZip: Copy the config. 2007. Now Click on “Install” to install the config.00bB 11 Sep 02 08 Oct 02 16 Oct 02 BDW BDW PKD Created the eNote. If config.csv file you want to send to the FieldServer.FS Series Operation & Maintenance Manual Now you can Browse and Select the config.csv If the Install.00bA 1.zip NOTE The csv file which you add should be called config.csv will be downloaded.csv file to the FieldServer. Updated for WinZip Install use. then primserv. Then Click “Add”.zip file contains more than one csv file.csv are not present.csv file to the Install.csv and secdserv.csv.csv will be downloaded and if config. If config.zip 7 Dec.csv will be downloaded.C6000/C7000 MIB. Updated for adding new csv file to Install. then only one csv file will be downloaded to the FieldServer.

*indicates an optional parameter. Number of Data Objects. Data_Array_Length 200 200 200 200 200 Dec. and the data required from the Servers needs to be mapped in the “Client Side Map Descriptors” section. This section documents and describes the parameters necessary for configuring the FieldServer to communicate with a Stulz controller. DA_DO_01. DA_AI_01. Note that in the tables.1 Data Arrays/Descriptors The configuration file tells the FieldServer about its interfaces.csv” sample files provided with the FieldServer). please refer to the FieldServer Configuration Manual.FS Series Operation & Maintenance Manual 6.C6000/C7000 MIB. Byte Data_Array_Format Data_Array_Length 1-10. Float. Legal Values Up to 15 alphanumeric characters Float. Each Data Array can only take on one format. the driver independent FieldServer buffers need to be declared in the “Data Arrays” section. the destination device addresses need to be declared in the “Client Side Nodes” section. 6.0 Configuring the FieldServer as a Stulz Client For a detailed discussion on FieldServer configuration. The information that follows describes how to expand upon the factory defaults provided in the configuration files included with the FieldServer (See “. and the routing of data required. Data_Array_Format. Byte. Packed_Bit. Packed_Bit.Standard Edition 8 .000 Example //Data Arrays Data_Arrays Data_Array_Name. In order to enable the FieldServer for Stulz communications. DA_ACTIVE. with the bold legal value being the default. Packed_Bit. Must be larger than the data storage area required by the Map Descriptors for the data being placed in this array. Section Title Data_Arrays Column Title Data_Array_Name Function Provide name for Data Array Provide data format. SInt16. Details on how to do this can be found below. Float. DA_AO_01. 2007. DA_DI_01.

The baud rate is limited by the Stulz bus being only 9600 None 8 1 None 0-32. 9 Dec. 2007.100s 6. 0.Standard Edition .05 seconds Connections Port R1 Protocol STULZ Baud 9600 Parity None Handshaking None Poll_Delay 0.FS Series Operation & Maintenance Manual 6.C6000/C7000 MIB.3 Client Side Node Descriptors Section Title Nodes Column Title Node_Name Node_ID Protocol Connection Example // Client Side Nodes Function Provide name for node Modbus station address of physical Server node Specify protocol used Specify which port the device is connected to the FieldServer Legal Values Up to 32 alphanumeric characters 1-32 Stulz R1-R2 1 Nodes Node_Name SATS1 1 Node_ID 1 Protocol Stulz Connection R1 Not all ports shown are necessarily supported by the hardware.000seconds.2 Client Side Connection Descriptions Section Title Connections Column Title Port Protocol Baud* Parity* Data_Bits* Stop_Bits* Handshaking* Poll_Delay* Example // Client Side Connections Function Specify which port the device is connected to the FieldServer Specify protocol used Specify baud rate Specify parity Specify data bits Specify stop bits Specify hardware handshaking Time between internal polls Legal Values R1R2 1 Stulz 9600 . Consult the appropriate Instruction manual for details of the ports available on specific hardware.

WRBC.1 Client Side Map Descriptors FieldServer Related Map Descriptor Parameters Column Title Map_Descriptor_Name Data_Array_Name Data_Array_Offset Function Function Name of this Map Descriptor Name of Data Array where data is to be stored in the FieldServer Starting location in Data Array Function of Client Map Descriptor Legal Values Up to 32 alphanumeric characters One of the Data Array names from “Data Array” section above 0 to maximum specified in “Data Array” section above RDBC.Standard Edition 10 . depending on command Specified in the table in Appendix A Length Length of Map Descriptor Specifies the command to be read from the device.3 Timing Parameters Column Title Scan_Interval Function Rate at which data is polled Legal Values ≥0.4.4. PASSIVE_CLIENT. WRBX 6.C6000/C7000 MIB.4.001s Dec.2 Driver Related Map Descriptor Parameters Column Title Node_Name Function Name of Node to fetch data from Legal Values One of the node names specified in “Client Node Descriptor” above PASSIVE_CLIENT–1 Active Map Descriptors up to 232.FS Series Operation & Maintenance Manual 6. In order to read data a legal LS command is needed Stulz_Command 6. 2007.4 6.

5. Every time it is read.5 Map Descriptor Examples This driver uses one command to read all data from the device. RDBC is not supported for these commands. use RDBC for continuous reading or RDB for once-off reading.5.C6000/C7000 MIB.FS Series Operation & Maintenance Manual 6. the data will be stored according to the passive Clients. 11 Dec. Use length 1 for the ls command. In order to read any data. 6. To write data to the device. DA_AI3 Data_Array_Offset 0 Function Passive_Client Node_Name Node_A Stulz_Command sett Length 1 Scan_Interval 5 This Data Array is where the data will be stored and to which a write can be performed (if it is supportedsee Appendix A) These commands must always be passive (for read only) or passive Client (for read and write) or WRBX (write only).1 // The Active Read Command Client Side Map Descriptors Map_Descriptors Map_Descriptor_Name Active_read Data_Array_Name DA_ACTIVE Data_Array_Offset 0 Function RDBC Node_Name Node_A Stulz_Command ls Length 1 Scan_Interval 5 The ls command should point to a Data Array of type BYTE. 2007. Data_Array_Name A1. None of the data is stored in this Map Descriptor’s Data Array. On the ls command. make sure the command supports writing in Appendix A and write to the passive command’s data point. a ls command with a RDBC is required. The length for these commands must always be 1.Standard Version . 6.2 Float and Integer Passive Commands // Client Side Map Descriptors Map_Descriptors Map_Descriptor_Name. but is stored in the passive Map Descriptors’ Data Arrays.

2007.C6000/C7000 MIB. 16. 24 etc.Standard Edition . The length for these commands must always be 1. 12 Dec.5. 0. RDBC is not supported for these commands.3 Bit array passive commands // Client Side Map Descriptors Map_Descriptors Map_Descriptor_Name Data_Array_Name B1 DA_BI3 Data_Array_Offset 0 Function Passive_Client Node_namen Node_A Stulz_Command gst1 Length 1 Scan Interval 5 The bit array commands should always point to packed_bit Data Array for easiest use. The offset should point to the first bit of a byte i. These commands must always be passive (for read only) or passive Client (for read and write) or WRBX (write only).e. These commands use 8 bit spaces in this array.FS Series Operation & Maintenance Manual 6. 8.

Serial No. it is vital to have the following information readily available. The customer is responsible for the shipping cost incurred for returning the defective part(s) back to SATS. dial the page number (301) 414-4514 and follow the steps below: 1. See SATS Standard Warranty located in section one of this manual.0 Product Support Group SATS provides to its customers a Product Support Group (PSG) which not only provides technical support and parts but the following additional services.m. A 25% minimum restocking charge will be applied on returned stocked parts that were sold as spare/replacement parts.1.m..3 Obtaining Spare/Replacement Parts 7. telephone (240) 529-1399 or Email (parts@stulz-ats. Should a problem develop that cannot be resolved using this manual. start-up assistance and training. 3. a 50% restocking charge may be applied. 2007. EST. When returning defective part(s) complete the Return Material Authorization Tag and the address label received with the replacement part. 7.FS Series Operation & Maintenance Manual 7.com). Hang up the telephone. Wait for a busy signal. you may contact PSG at (240) 529-1399 Monday through Friday from 8:00 a. 7. 5. (information is found on unit's nameplate): • Unit Model Number • SATS Item Number • Unit Serial Number • Description of Problem A written (or faxed) purchase order is required on warranty parts and must be received prior to 12:00 p. One of our service technicians will return your call. If the customer requests that warranty part(s) be sent by any other method than UPS ground the customer is responsible for the shipping charges. Additionally a Return Material Authorization Number is required when returning parts. If the returned part is not a stocked item. the parts must be returned to SATS within 30 days of the purchase date. SATS may extend credit to its customers. Press the pound (#) key. 4. 13 Dec. Spare and replacement parts requests are to be made through the Product Support Group by fax (301) 620-1396. Return of defective part(s) must be within 30 days at which time an evaluation of the part(s) is conducted and if the part is found to have a manufacturing defect a credit will be issued. to 5:00 p. Quotes are given for specified listed parts for a specific unit. If you do not have established credit with SATS you must provide a freight carrier account number. EST. If it is determined that the part may be defective a replacement part will be sent UPS ground. 2.m. SATS accepts Visa and MasterCard.m.1 Technical Support The SATS Product Support Group is dedicated to the prompt reply and solution to any problem encountered with a unit. a credit application must be prepared and approved (this process could take one week). If a problem occurs after business hours. to 5:00 p.C6000/C7000 MIB. To receive credit for returned repair/replacement parts. When calling to obtain support.m. The purchase order must contain the following items: • Purchase Order Number • Date of Order • SATS Stated Part Price (obtained from PSG) • Customer Billing Address • Shipping Address • Customer's Telephone and Fax Numbers • Contact Name • Unit Model No. Dial your telephone number (including area code). A service technician at SATS will troubleshoot the system over the telephone with a field service technician to determine the defect of the part.2 Obtaining Warranty Parts Warranty inquires are to be made through the Product Support Group at (240) 529-1399 Monday through Friday from 8:00 a. Wait for the dial tone. for same day shipment. as requested: performance evaluations.Standard Edition . & SATS Item No. Spare part sales over 30 days old will be considered final and the parts will remain the sole property of the ordering party.

..C6000/C7000 MIB..100 0...100 0.100 Units C6000 r r/w r/w r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r % % C C C % % These commands’ structure match the m1o1 structure These commands’ structure match the m1o2 structure Dec.100 0.Stulz Commands FieldServer as a Client Command Descriptions and Supported Status Command Description Ls m1fss m2fss wt rat sat rah sah m1o1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 m1o2 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 m2o12 m2o23 2 3 Long state request Module 1 fan speed setpoint Module 2 fan speed setpoint Water temperature Return air temperature Supply air temperature Return air humidity Supply air humidity Module 1digital out status byte 1 Reheat 1 Compressor 1 Humidification1 Dehumidification 1 Fan 1 Drycooler Alarm relays 1(1=no alarm) PWW Module 1 digital out status byte 2 Reheat 2 Glycol pump Louver (0=closed.100 50.FS Series Operation & Maintenance Manual Appendix A.50 0..100 0. 2007.Standard Edition 14 . 1=open) Alarm relays 2 (1=no alarm) Alarm relays 3 (1=no alarm) Alarm relays 4 (1=no alarm) Alarm relays 5 (1=no alarm) Glycol pump ½ select Module 2 digital out status byte 1 Module 2 digital out status byte 2 Data_Type Active Commands Byte Integer Integer Passive Client commands Float Float Float Float Float Packed Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Packed Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Packed Bit Packed Bit Signed N N N Y N N N N Range 0..

..Standard Edition .100 C6000 r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r These commands’ structure match the m1i1 structure These commands’ structure match the m1i2 structure 15 Dec.FS Series Operation & Maintenance Manual FieldServer as a Client Command Descriptions and Supported Status Command Description m1i1 Module 1 digital in status byte 1 0 Compressor low pressure 1 Compressor high pressure 2 Reheat 1 failure 3 Humidification failure 4 Air flow failure 5 Filter clogged 6 Aux alarm 1 7 Reheat 2 alarm m1i2 Module 1 digital in status byte 2 0 Conductivity too high 1 Ultrasonic failure 2 Glycol pump 1 failure 3 Glycol pump 2 failure 4 Drycooler failure 5 Water detector 6 Aux alarm 2 7 Aux alarm 3 m2i14 Module 2 digital in status byte 1 m2i25 Module 2 digital in status byte 2 m1gecw Module 1 analogue out GE/CW m2gecw Module 2 analogue out GE/CW m1pww Module 1 analogue out PWW m2pww Module 2 analogue out PWW m1aoh Module 1 analogue out humidifier m2aoh Module 2 analogue out humidifier m1aosv Module 1 analogue out suction valve m2aosv Module 2 analogue out suction valve m16doc2 Module 1-6 digital out compressor 2 0 Module 1 compressor 2 1 Module 2 compressor 2 4 5 Data_Type Packed Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Packed Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Packed Bit Packed Bit Float Float Float Float Float Float Float Float Packed Bit Bit Bit Signed Range Units N N N N N N N N 0.. 2007..100 0.100 0.100 0.C6000/C7000 MIB.100 0.....100 0.100 0.100 0.

Standard Edition 16 .30 0.90 0.. 2007.FS Series Operation & Maintenance Manual FieldServer as a Client Command Descriptions and Supported Status Command Description 2 Module 3 compressor 2 3 Module 4 compressor 2 4 Module 5 compressor 2 5 Module 6 compressor 2 6 Not used 7 Not used m14dic2 Module 1-4 digital in compressor 2 0 Module 1 compressor 2 low pressure 1 Module 1 compressor 2 high pressure 2 Module 2 compressor 2 low pressure 3 Module 2 compressor 2 high pressure 4 Module 3 compressor 2 low pressure 5 Module 3 compressor 2 high pressure 6 Module 4 compressor 2 low pressure 7 Module 4 compressor 2 high pressure m56dic2 Module 5-6 digital in compressor 2 0 Module 5 compressor 2 low pressure 1 Module 5 compressor 2 high pressure 2 Module 6 compressor 2 low pressure 3 Module 6 compressor 2 high pressure 4 not used 5 not used 6 not used 7 not used sett Setpoint temperature seth Setpoint humidity year Date–Year month Date–Month day Date–Day hour Time–Hour minute Time–Minute ratha Return air temperature too high alarm satha Supply air temperature too high alarm ratla Return air temperature too low alarm satla Supply air temperature too low alarm wtha Water temperature too high alarm wtla Water temperature too low alarm rahha Return air humidity too high alarm sahha Supply air humidity too high alarm rahla Return air humidity too low alarm sahla Supply air humidity too low alarm 5gecwvs 5gecwvpb GE/CW valve start temperature GE/CW valve proportional band Data_Type Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Packed_Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Packed_Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Float Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Module1 Float Float Signed Range Units N N N N N N N N N N N N Y N N N N N N 10....90 0.C6000/C7000 MIB.50 50...90 0..10 0.90 0.23 0.10 C % C C C C C C % % % % C6000 r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r/w r/w r/w r/w r/w r/w r/w r/w r/w r/w r/w r/w r/w r/w r/w r/w r/w r/w r/w Dec..35 10....30 0.90 0....30 0.31 0...30 0.30 0.59 0...12 1..99 1.

too low alarm 2 Supervisor failure 3 Freeze alarm 4 Fire/smoke detector 5 Sensor failure 6 Controller failure 7 IO board transmission failure ar6 Alarm reset 6 Data_Type Packed_Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Packed_Bit Bit Bit Signed Range Units C6000 r/w r r r r r r r r/w r Packed_Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Packed_Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit Bit None r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r w Writing any value to this command will reset the alarms on the Stulz unit. too low alarm err2 Error byte 2 0 Supply air humid. 1= on 4 Seq.FS Series Operation & Maintenance Manual FieldServer as a Client Command Descriptions and Supported Status Command Description gst1 General status byte 1 0 0=PC STOP (monitoring). too high alarm 4 Water temp. too high alarm 1 Return air humid. Start/Stop (0= No. 1= Yes) 5 WARM UP STOP 6 Remote UPS1 = UPS active 7 LocalUPS1= UPS active gst2 General status byte 2 0 G/CW mode. 1= on 2 0=LOCAL STOP (key). 1= on 1 0=REMOTE STOP (contact).). 1=on 3 0=TIMER STOP (weekly oper. too low alarm 1 Water temp. G:1. too low alarm 6 Return air humid. CW:0 1 CW Valve OR/AND selector 2 not used 3 not used 4 not used 5 not used 6 not used 7 not used err1 Error byte 1 0 Return air temp. too high alarm 5 Return air temp. 17 Dec. too low alarm 7 Supply air temp. too high alarm 2 Supply air temp. too high alarm 3 Supply air humid. 2007.C6000/C7000 MIB.Standard Edition .

LonWorks • • Dec.Modbus TCP The Following Protocols Require Device FS 20 .BACnet Ethernet .Johnson Controls .Driver Limitations • • Only 9600 baud is supported by the Stulz devices.1.BACnet MSTP .Johnson Controls Metasys N1 .Troubleshooting Tips Appendix B.BACnet IP .Standard Edition 18 .BACnet MSTP . Server Side Supported Protocols .C6000/C7000 MIB.BACnet Ethernet The Following Protocols Require Device FS 30 . 2007.BACnet IP .Modbus TCP .LonWorks .FS Series Operation & Maintenance Manual Appendix B.

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- Air Conditioner Building Management System British Thermal Units Per Hour Degrees Centigrade Chilled Water Direct Expansion Electrostatic Discharge Degrees Fahrenheit Freight on Board °K MIB PSG PSI PSIG °R R.H.FS Series Operation & Maintenance Manual Appendix C.SATS - Degrees Kelvin Multi Interface Board Product Support Group Pounds per Square Inch Pounds per Square Inch Gauge Degrees Rankine Relative Humidity Stulz Air Technology Systems. Interfaces MIB to a BMS or PC TeleCompTrol™ Feet Water Glycol (WG) Inches VVAC W/G Volt Volt.C6000/C7000 MIB. Alternating Current Water Glycol (GE) Dec. Inc. Inc.Glossary Definition of Terms and Abbreviations A/CBMS BTU/Hr ºC CW DX ESD ºF FOB ft. . 2007 Air Technology Systems. Software Program. GE in.