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DESIGN DOCUMENTATION FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION FOR Chiller System

OFFICE 25th June 2012

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Table of Contents
1.1 System Description .............................................................................4 1.2 Flow Chart...........................................................................................6 1.2.1 Chiller Set Enable....................................................................................... 6 1.2.2 Chiller Staging Control .............................................................................. 7 1.3 Chiller Set Sequencing Control .........................................................8 1.2.3 CH-BP-1, CH-BP-2 & CH-BP-3 Sequencing Control............................... 8 1.2.4 CH-BP-4 & CH-BP-5 Sequencing Control................................................ 8 1.2.5 Chiller Set Fault Monitoring and Lockout ............................................... 10 1.2.6 Chilled and Condenser Water Pumps Failure .......................................... 11 1.4 Cooling Tower Sequence Control....................................................12 1.4.1 CT-BP-01, CT-BP-02 & CT-BP-03......................................................... 12 1.4.2 CT-BP-04 & CT-BP-05 ........................................................................... 12 1.4.3 Cooling Tower “Lock Out” Mode ........................................................... 13 1.5 Monitoring of Auto / Manual Control Switches ............................15 1.6 System Maintenance Mode ..............................................................15 1.7 Chiller Set Staging Control ..............................................................16 1.7.1 General Overview .................................................................................... 16 1.7.2 Chiller Start-Up and Shut-Down Sequence ............................................. 17 1.7.3 Staging “On” of “Lag” Chiller Sets ......................................................... 18 1.7.4 Staging “Off” of “Lag” Chiller Sets ......................................................... 18 1.7.5 Staging Table............................................................................................ 19 1.7.6 Calculation of Building Load ................................................................... 20 1.8 Chilled Water Pump VSD control...................................................22 1.9 Chilled Water Bypass Valve Control ..............................................25 1.10 Condenser Water Pump VSD control.............................................26 1.11 Cooling Tower System Control .......................................................28 1.11.1 Cooling Tower Fan VSD Control ............................................................ 29 1.12 System Energy Monitoring ..............................................................31 1.13 Heat Balance Calculation and Monitoring .....................................32 1.14 Hardware Point Summary ...............................................................36 1.15 High Level Point Summary..............................................................39 1.16 Chilled Water Schematic..................................................................42

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1.1

System Description

The chilled water system is located in the chiller plant room on level 9 of the building and consists of six chillers operating in a parallel arrangement on the supply side of the primary supply and return headers. The total duty load of all Duty and Lag chillers is set at 3440 Ton.  Three Trane chillers with a capacity of 1030 Ton (Duty/Lag/Lag)  Two chillers with a capacity of 515 Ton (Duty/Standby)  One chiller with a capacity of 350 Ton (Duty) The chillers are staged in order to meet the system efficiency requirements based on a percentage of the total duty load of 3440 Ton (3 x 1030 Ton + 350 Ton): • 8.33% to 20% = 0.65 kW/Ton • 20% to 100% = 0.6 kW/Ton The chillers are staged “On” and “Off” by means of the Honeywell Direct Digital Control system by controlling the set refrigeration compressor “Enable” int erlock signal. The individual chiller sets load and unload as required under their own integral package control system.
Chiller
CH-BP-01 CH-BP-02 CH-BP-03 CH-BP-07 CH-BP-04 CH-BP-05

Type
Trane Trane Trane Trane Trane Trane

Capacity (Ton)
1,030 1,030 1,030 350 515 515

Capacity (KWR)
3,514 3,514 3,514 3,514 3,514 3,514

Evaporator Flow Rate (L/S)
123.28 123.28 123.28 41.9 61.64 61.64

Condenser Flow Rate (L/S)
204 204 204 74.6 102 102

The Chillers are served by 6 variable speed chilled water pumps that operate in a parallel arrangement and are connected to the supply side of the primary supply and return headers. The chilled water pumps are dedicated to chillers as detailed in the below table under the “associated chiller” column.
Pump
CHWP-BP-01 CHWP-BP-02 CHWP-BP-03 CHWP-BP-07 CHWP-BP-04 CHWP-BP-05

Associated Chiller
CH-BP-01 CH-BP-02 CH-BP-03 CH-BP-07 CH-BP-04 CH-BP-05

Power (Kw)
37 37 37 15 18.5 18.5

Flow (L/S)
123.28 123.28 123.28 41.9 61.64 61.64

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The cooling towers are sized as detailed in the below table.6 102 102 The cooling tower system for the complex consists of five multi cell cooling towers with each cell fitted with a variable speed fan.CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell The Chillers are served by 6 variable speed condenser water pumps that operate in a parallel arrangement and are connected to the supply side of the primary supply and return headers. Similar sized towers are not dedicated to any particular chiller and are sequenced separately depending on the system load and enabled chillers. The cooling towers are located in the Roof level plant room area and are connected in a parallel arrangement. The condenser water pumps are dedicated to chillers as detailed in the below table under the “associated chiller” co lumn.6 102 102 Sensors are installed in the primary chilled and condenser water flow and return lines in the following piping: a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) Common Chilled Water Supply and Return Temperature Common Condenser Water Supply and Return Temperature Individual Chiller Evaporator Inlet and Outlet Temperature (6) Individual Chiller Condenser Inlet and Outlet Temperature (6) Individual Chiller Chilled Water Flow Rate (6) Individual Chiller Condenser Water Flow Rate (6) Individual Chiller Evaporator Pressure (6) Individual Chiller Condenser side Pressure (6) Refer to “Hardware Point List” section for full details of all input / output points. Project: Document: Date: Rev: CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Page 5 of 42 . Pump CNWP-BP-01 CNWP-BP-02 CNWP-BP-03 CNWP-BP-07 CNWP-BP-05 CNWP-BP-06 Associated Chiller CH-BP-01 CH-BP-02 CH-BP-03 CH-BP-07 CH-BP-04 CH-BP-05 Power (Kw) 55 55 55 22 30 30 Flow (L/S) 204 204 204 74. CT CT-BP-01 CT-BP-02 CT-BP-03 CT-BP-07 CT-BP-04 CT-BP-05 Comment 7 Fan Cells CT-1-1~7 (1030 RT) 7 Fan Cells CT-2-1~7 (1030 RT) 7 Fan Cells CT-3-1~7 (1030 RT) 3 Fan Cells CT-7-1~3 (350 RT) 4 Fan Cells CT-4-1~4 (515 RT) 4 Fan Cells CT-5-1~4 (515 RT) Fan Power (Kw) 5 kW 5 kW 5 kW 5 kW 5 kW 5 kW X7 X7 X7 X3 X4 X4 Flow (L/S) 204 204 204 74.

CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell 1.1 Chiller Set Enable Project: Document: Date: Rev: CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Page 6 of 42 .2.2 Flow Chart 1.

2.CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell 1.2 Chiller Staging Control Project: Document: Date: Rev: CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Page 7 of 42 .

CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell 1. Project: Document: Date: Rev: CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Page 8 of 42 .2. day and frequency of the sequence reset are fully adjustable. weekly or monthly reset. CH-BP-2 and CH-BP-3 is initially rotated on a weekly basis at 4:30 am (user adjustable) every Sunday depending on the actual run hours of each set. The sequence of the chiller sets will be arranged as detailed in the following table. The frequency can be adjusted to a daily.3 Chiller Set Sequencing Control 1.4 CH-BP-4 & CH-BP-5 Sequencing Control The sequence of the two chiller sets CH-BP-4 and CH-BP-5 is initially rotated on a weekly basis at 4:30 am (user adjustable) every Sunday depending on the actual run hours of each set. weekly or monthly reset. The chiller set with the lowest accumulated number of run hours is positioned as the “Lead” set in the control sequence for that week and the set with the highest number of run hours is positioned as the “Standby” . The frequency can be adjusted to a daily. The time. The set with the greatest number of run hours is then positioned as “2nd Lag” in the control sequence. The chiller set with the lowest accumulated number of run hours is positioned as the “Lead” set in the control sequence for that week and the set with the next highest number of run hours is positioned as the “1st Lag”.2. The operating status of each chiller set compressor motor is monitored by the Honeywell DDC control system and the actual run hours of each set is accumulated within the controller software and is displayed on the chilled water system graphic. day and frequency of the sequence reset are fully adjustable.3 CH-BP-1. The operating status of each chiller set compressor motor is monitored by the Honeywell DDC control system and the actual run hours of each set is accumulated within the controller software and is displayed on the chilled water system graphic. The time. CH-BP-2 & CH-BP-3 Sequencing Control The sequence of the three chiller sets CH-BP-1. “Lead” Unit Lowest Runtime “1St Lag” Unit 2 Lowest Runtime nd “2nd Lag” Unit Highest Runtime 1.

CH-BP-4 and CH-BP-5 will act as backup and the “Lead” set will take over to replace CH-BP-7.CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell The sequence of the chiller sets will be arranged as detailed in the following table. the two 515 RT chiller sets CH-BP-4 and CH-BP-5 also have the following functions as described below. “Lead” Unit Lowest Runtime “Standby” Unit Highest Runtime In addition. In the event of a failure or maintenance scenario of any one of the 1030 RT chiller sets. CH-BP-4 and CH-BP-5 will be ready to backup any of the 3 1030 RT chiller sets. I In the event of a failure or maintenance scenario of the 350 RT CH-BP-7 chiller set. Backup for chiller sets CH-BP-1. Backup for chiller sets CH-BP-7 during Normal Operation Similarly. during normal operation of the 350 RT CH-BP-7 chiller set (without any failure or maintenance). CH-BP-7 will cut out once the “Lead” set of CH-BP-4 and CH-BP-5 cuts in so that only one unit of 515 RT chiller set is operating. Backup for chiller sets CH-BP-7 during Failure or Maintenance The two 515 RT chiller sets CH-BP-4 and CH-BP-5 also acts as backup units for the 350 RT unit CH-BP-7. CH-BP-2 and CH-BP-3 The two 515 RT chiller sets CH-BP-4 and CH-BP-5 also acts as backup units for the 1030 RT units of CH-BP-1 to 3. Project: Document: Date: Rev: CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Page 9 of 42 . when the calculated base load exceeds that of the 350 RT chiller set. If the load only requires a 515 RT set (“Lead” set of CH -BP-4 and CH-BP-5) to replace CH-BP-7 during this load demand condition. the “Lead” set of CH -BP-4 and CH-BP-5 will also cut in to meet the required cooling load.

CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell 1. Valve position status inputs are also wired to the DDC controller.2. If the switch is not in the auto position and the associated chiller is in the “Off” state for a continuous period of 2 minutes (adjustable) then an alarm condition will be generated. If any valve is enabled to “open” and the status input signal is not received at the controller within a time delay period of 2 minutes (Adjustable) then a “fail to open” alarm will be generated. along with its associated chilled and condenser water pumps.4 Chiller Manual “Off” Condition Individual “Auto / Off / Manual” switches are installed within the mechanical electrical switch board for the chiller.5 Chiller Set Fault Monitoring and Lockout 1. 1. An auxiliary voltage free contact associated with the “Auto” position of each switch is connected as a digital input signal into the Honeywell DDC system and the contacts close whenever the switch is in the “Auto” position. 1.3 Chiller Shut off Valve “Fail To Open” Shut off valves are installed in the supply lines of both the chilled water and condenser water serving each chiller.1.1 Chiller Common Fault The common fault for all chiller sets is monitored by the chiller system DDC controller by means of hard wired connections from the chiller set electrical control panel. 1.1.5.1. The valves are controlled by the DDC and driven to the open position whenever a chiller is enabled.5.1. An alarm condition is generated whenever a chiller common fault is active.5.1. Project: Document: Date: Rev: CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Page 10 of 42 . will be “Locked Out” of the chiller sequence and an alarm condition enunciated on the operator’s terminal of the Building Management System.5.2 Chiller “Fail to Start” Should a chiller set be “Enabled” to operate by the Honeywell DDC controller and the correct status input signal is not received at the controller within a time delay period of 2 minutes (Adjustable) then a “fail to start” alarm will be generated. 1.5 Chiller Lockout and Reset When a chiller set is in any of the “Fault” conditions detailed above then that set.5.

Fail To Start (Start/Stop is ON and Status is OFF after pre-set internal time tolerance. Default = 30 sec (adjustable). Once the “Fault” condition has been reset the chi ller set will be returned to its original position in the staging sequence for that day. Active Trip Alarm (Reset Required) 3. Default = 120 Sec (Adjustable) The associated chiller set will then be controlled in an identical manner to that detailed in the “Chiller Lockout and Reset” section above.2.6 Chilled and Condenser Water Pumps Failure Should a chiller set chilled or condenser water pump be in any of the following conditions then the associated chiller set chilled and condenser water pumps will be “Locked Out” of the chiller sequence and an alarm condition enunciated at the operator’s terminal of the Building Management System: 1. Generally a failed chiller will be replaced by a similar sized chiller if available. Pump manual OFF condition (Mode= Remote and Status= OFF After preset Internal Time tolerance. (Reset Required) 2. If no similar sized chiller is available then available chillers will be started according to load requirements. 1. Upon reset of the “Fault” condition at the chiller control panel or in the field the chiller system will remain “Locked Out” of the sequence until the “Fault” condition has been manually acknowledged.CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell The next available chiller set and associated chilled and condenser water pumps in the control sequence will then be commanded “On”. and reset by the operator or building engineer by means of a command signal on the relevant graphic display on the operators terminal of the Building Management System. Project: Document: Date: Rev: CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Page 11 of 42 .

The time.4. The cooling tower with the greatest number of run hours is then positioned as “2nd Lag” in the control sequence. Project: Document: Date: Rev: CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Page 12 of 42 . The operating status of each cooling tower is monitored by the Honeywell DDC control system and the actual run hours of each set is accumulated within the controller software and is displayed on the chilled water system graphic.4.CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell 1. weekly or monthly reset. “Lead” Unit Lowest Runtime “1St Lag” Unit 2 Lowest Runtime nd “2nd Lag” Unit Highest Runtime 1. CT-BP-02 & CT-BP-03 are initially rotated on a weekly basis at 4:30 am (user adjustable) every Sunday depending on the actual run hours of each set. The sequence of the cooling towers will be arranged as detailed in the following table. The time. The operating status of each cooling tower fan motor is monitored by the Honeywell DDC control system and the actual run hours of each set is accumulated within the controller software and is displayed on the chilled water system graphic.2 CT-BP-04 & CT-BP-05 The sequence of the two cooling towers CT-BP-04 & CT-BP-05 are initially rotated on a weekly basis at 4:30 am (user adjustable) every Sunday depending on the actual run hours of each set.1 CT-BP-01. day and frequency of the sequence reset are fully adjustable. The cooling tower with the lowest accumulated number of run hours is positioned as the “Lead” set in the control sequence for that week and the cooling tower with the next highest number of run hours is positioned as the “1st Lag”. The frequency can be adjusted to a daily. day and frequency of the sequence reset are fully adjustable. CT-BP-02 & CT-BP-03 The sequence of the three cooling towers sets CT-BP-01. The frequency can be adjusted to a daily.4 Cooling Tower Sequence Control 1. The cooling tower with the lowest accumulated number of run hours is positioned as the “Lead” set in the control sequence for that week and the set with the highest number of run hours is positioned as the “Standby” . weekly or monthly reset.

Upon reset of the “Fault” condition at the control panel or in the field the cooling tower will remain “Locked Out” of the sequence until the “Fault” condition has been manually acknowledged and reset by the operator or building engineer by means of a manual command signal on the relevant graphic display on the operators terminal of the Building Management System.4.3 Cooling Tower “Lock Out” Mode Assuming there are available towers. when any cooling tower has an adjustable number of fans (see table below) that are not available to run then that tower will be “Locked Out” of the sequence and an alarm condition annunciate on the operator’s terminal of the Control System. If no cooling tower is available however and there are some fans still available then the tower will not be locked out but will continue to run with the available fans. Default = 120 Sec (Adjustable) 4.CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell The sequence of the cooling tower will be arranged as detailed in the following table. (Reset Required) 2. Once a cooling tower has been locked out then the next cooling tower in the sequence will be commanded to start. The following conditions will result in a cooling tower being “Locked Out”: 1. Fan Active Trip Alarm (Reset Required) 3. “Lead” Unit Lowest Runtime “Standby” Unit Highest Runtime 1. Default = 30 sec (adjustable). Once the “Fault” condition has been acknowledged and reset by the operator the cooling tower will be returned to its original position in the staging sequence in an orderly manner. Cooling Tower Fan Cell has an active low or high level alarm. Cooling Tower Maintenance Mode (Maintenance Mode S/W switch is “Enable”). Fan Fail To Start (Start/Stop is ON and Status is OFF after pre-set internal time tolerance. Cooling tower “lockout” will depend on the number of cells that are dee med to have failed. Fan Manual OFF condition (Mode = Remote and Status = OFF After preset Internal Time tolerance. The number of failed cells that will determine a cooling tower lockout will be operator adjustable and the default values will be initially set up as follows:Project: Document: Date: Rev: CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Page 13 of 42 . As detailed earlier some cooling towers have differing numbers of cells. 5.

When the fans are once again available they will be started automatically.CBP @ Plot 61 Fan Cells 7 Cell Tower 4 Cell Tower 3 Cell Tower Honeywell Cell Failure Setpoint 1 1 1 In the event that a cooling tower has fans that are unavailable and there are no other cooling towers available to operate then the tower will not be “locked out” but will continue to operate with the remaining fans until such a time as another similar size cooling tower is available. Project: Document: Date: Rev: CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Page 14 of 42 .

The “Out Of Service” function will be entered by manual commands from the operator terminal. During the period that the chiller set “Out Of Service” command is active the affected equipment will be treated as unavailable and will be “Locked Out” of the associated sequence and all alarms will be inhibited. Project: Document: Date: Rev: CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Page 15 of 42 .CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell 1.5 Monitoring of Auto / Manual Control Switches Individual “Auto / Off / Manual” switches are installed within the mechanical electrical switch board for the following:     Chillers Chilled Water Pumps Condenser Water Pumps Cooling Towers Fans An auxiliary voltage free contact associated with the “Auto” position of each switch is connected as a digital input signal into the Honeywell DDC system and the contacts close whenever the switch is in the “Auto” position.6 System Maintenance Mode To enable the chiller sets and cooling towers to be taken “Out Of Service” for routine maintenance an override facility is provided on the chiller set graphic display on the operator terminal of the Building Management System. Should any switch not be in the “Auto” position then an alarm condition is enunciated on the relevant chiller set system graphic display on the operator terminal of the Building Management System. 1.

Irrespective of which chiller is set as the lead the system will always stage down to the least capacity chiller whenever the system load allows. The default schedule is as follows (24 Hour. The time schedule will have the following states: • Off • Day Mode • Night Mode Whenever the chiller time schedule is in the Off state then the system will be shutdown. The “Cooling” call signal will be transferred from the air handling unit controller(s) to the chiller system controller whenever any field air handling or fan coil unit cooling coil control valve actuator is 80% open (Adjustable) AND the unit status is in the active state. In this mode all chillers will be available to operate according to the system load but the “Lead” chiller will be set to the 350 Ton capacity chiller.7 Chiller Set Staging Control 1. A time schedule is also included and whenever the time schedule is in the off state then the cooling call is ignored and the system is disabled. When the system is in “day” mode all chillers will be available to operate and the “Lead” chiller will be set to the Lead of the three 1030 Ton capacity chillers.CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell 1. 7 day operation): Project: Document: Date: Rev: CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Page 16 of 42 . weekends and public holidays. The time schedule will initially be set to 24/7 operation. Night mode is intended for low load times such as after normal hours.1 General Overview The “Lead” chiller set and cooling towers are started from a “Cooling” call signal from the DDC controllers serving the air handling and fan coil units for the building.7. The signal is “Globally” transferred from the air handling and fan coil unit DDC controllers to the chiller system DDC controller. The time program schedule can be changed and customised to suit the particular application. The duty 515 ton chiller can be set as the lead with a simple operator change.

24:00 00:00 .2 Chiller Start-Up and Shut-Down Sequence Whenever a chiller set is commanded “On” the following control action will occur in sequence. a) The chiller condenser water shut off valve will be commanded to open.08:00 18:00 . d) Upon receipt of an “On” status from the cooling tower then the chiller chilled water shut off valve will be commanded to open. Project: Document: Date: Rev: CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Page 17 of 42 .08:00 13:00 .24:00 00:00 .CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell Day Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday “Off” Mode - “Night” Mode 00:00 . In general the number of chillers that can be in operation is always limited by the available capacity of cooling towers.7.24:00 00:00 .18:00 08:00 .13:00 - Sunday Holiday Note: Sunday/ Public Holiday : Upon request by tenant After Office Hours : Upon request by tenant Cooling towers are sequenced separately so whenever a chiller is to be commanded to start then the cooling towers are started in their sequence according to the cooling tower staging section of this document. Refer to the staging table later in this section for details.24:00 00:00 .24:00 00:00 .08:00 18:00 .24:00 00:00 . b) Upon receipt of an “On” status from the above valve the condenser water pump in will be commanded to start.18:00 08:00 .18:00 08:00 .18:00 08:00 .08:00 18:00 .24:00 00:00 .08:00 18:00 . 1.08:00 18:00 . c) Upon receipt of an “On” status from the condenser water pump flow switch then the next cooling tower in the sequence will be enabled.18:00 08:00 .24:00 “Day” Mode 08:00 .

7. Whenever the chiller set has been commanded “Off” the following control action will occur in sequence. f) Upon receipt of an “On” status from the chilled water pump flow switch the chiller will be “Enabled”. Depending on the system load subsequent chillers will be started in sequence until all available units are on line and operational. the next available chiller set in the control sequence will be commanded to start whenever either of the following condition arises for a continuous period of 300 Seconds (Adjustable) :• The System Load Tonnage remains above the “Stage Up” setpoint • The common primary chilled water supply temperature is greater than 10 ºC (Adjustable) After a “Lag” chiller set has been commanded “On” a stabilising delay period of 15 minutes (Adjustable) will be invoked before the next available chiller can be started.4 Staging “Off” of “Lag” Chiller Sets The trailing chiller set in the control sequence will be commanded to stop whenever the following condition arises:• The System Load Tonnage remains below the “Stage Down” setpoint for a continuous period of 300 seconds (Adjustable). a) The chiller “Enable” signal will be de -energised.7. b) When the chiller set status signal has returned to “Off” a time delay period of 10 seconds (Adjustable) will be invoked after which the chilled water pump will be commanded “Off” followed immediately by the chilled water shut off valve. c) After a further time delay period of 180 seconds (Adjustable) the condenser water pump will also be commanded “Off” followed immediately by the conde nser water shut off valve and the cooling tower if required to stop.CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell e) Upon receipt of an “On” status from the above valve the chilled water pump will be commanded to start. 1.3 Staging “On” of “Lag” Chiller Sets After the “Lead” chiller set has started and a stabilising time delay period of 15 minutes (Adjustable) has expired. 1. Project: CBP @ Plot 61 Page 18 of 42 Document: Chiller FDS Date: 25-June-2012 Rev: 3 . The “Stage Up” setpoints are detailed in the section “Staging Table”.

All values are fully adjustable. The “Stage Down” setpoints are detailed in the section “Staging Table”. The Staging set point values for the system are detailed in the table below.7. For example staging down from 2060 ton to 1380 ton requires one 1030 ton chiller to be stopped and one 350 ton chiller to be started. default values are given in the table under the columns Stage Up (%) and Stage Down (%) “Total Run Capacity” = the total capacity in RT of all chillers that are currently operating (indicated in the column “Online Capacity” ) “Capacity of Next Chiller Off” = the capacity in RT of the next chiller that is sequenced to be commanded off. The table shows both the “stage up” and “stage down” setpoints in RT and the percentage of the current chiller online capacity. Depending on the system load subsequent chillers will be stopped in sequence until only a single chiller set is on line and operational. 2 indicates that this chiller will be started if Project: Document: Date: Rev: Page 19 of 42 CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 .5 Staging Table The stage “On” setpoint is calculated as follows: Stage “On” Setpoint (Ton) = “Adjustable Percentage (%)” X “ Total Run Capacity (Ton)” The stage “Off” setpoint is calculated as foll ows:Stage “Off” Setpoint (Ton) = “Adjustable Percentage (%)” X (“Total Run Capacity” – “Capacity of Next Chiller Off”) Where: “Adjustable Percentage” = adjustable percentage divided by 100. For example 1 indicates that this chiller will start if any of the operating chillers fail. 1. In this case the next off capacity will be 1030 – 350.CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell After a “Lag” chiller set has been commanded “Off” a stabilising delay period of 5 minutes (Adjustable) will be invoked before the next trailing chiller set can be stopped. The number shown after the OFF 1 in the table indicates the sequence in which chillers will be started under failure scenarios.

Stand by (515) Online Capacity Stage Up RT / % Stage Down RT / % Lead (1030) Lag1 (1030) Lag2 (1030) Duty (515) 350 3440 3090 2060 1380 1030 515 350 N/A 2408 (78%) 2039 (99%) 1366 (99%) 1020 (99%) 510 (99%) 346 (99%) 2064 (67%) 1854 (90%) 1242 (90%) 927 (90%) 463 (90%) 315 (90%) N/A ON ON ON ON ON OFF 2 OFF 3 ON ON ON OFF 1 OFF 1 OFF 3 OFF 4 ON ON OFF 1 OFF 2 OFF 2 OFF 4 OFF 5 OFF 1 OFF 1 OFF 2 OFF 3 OFF 3 ON OFF 1 OFF 2 OFF 2 OFF 3 OFF 4 OFF 4 OFF 1 OFF 2 ON OFF 1 OFF 2 ON OFF 3 OFF 5 ON 1. Project: Document: Date: Rev: CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Page 20 of 42 . The constant for specific heat capacity of water. The total chilled water flow rate is determined from the flow meters installed in the two common discharge piping from the chillers.6 Calculation of Building Load The “Building Load” expressed as Ton is used to stage the chillers “On” and “Off” and is calculated as described: The actual load in the field is calculated using the following formula.CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell the chiller with 1 is unavailable and so on. kWr = Flow X TD X 4. The refrigeration tonnage is also calculated within the software program of the DDC controller and is used in the sequencing control module.187 Where:Flow = TD = 4. Common primary return temperature minus common supply temperature. Where there are chillers with numbers of the same value then both chillers will be started.187 = Total Chilled water flow rate of operating chiller sets in litres / second.7.

65 kW/Ton • 20% to 100% = 0.2856 X kWR The instantaneous thermal tonnage value is then used to stage the trailing chiller sets in the staging sequence as detailed in the previous section.33% to 20% = 0.6 kW/Ton Project: Document: Date: Rev: CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Page 21 of 42 .CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell Tonnage = 0. The chillers are staged in order to meet the system efficiency requirements (based on a percentage of the total duty load of 3440 Ton): • 8.

As the selected differential pressure deviation in the field increases the flow rate through the operating chiller sets will be driven towards the minimum design flow rate value and as the selected differential pressure deviation decreases below zero the flow rate will be driven towards the maximum design flow rate value. Each differential pressure sensor will have a separate setpoint assigned. The deviation from setpoint is used to reset the chilled water flow setpoint as detailed below.CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell 1. The sensors are connected as analog inputs into the Honeywell DDC controller and the differential pressures are monitored whenever a chiller set primary chilled water pump is operating. The differential pressure and the setpoint of each sensor are compared and the deviation from setpoint calculated. The speed of the operating chiller set primary chilled water pumps is reset from maximum to minimum design flow rate values to maintain the required differential pressure set point across the system flow and return lines under all load conditions. A software switch is included to allow the operator to select between the following strategies: • Average deviation from setpoint of the four risers (default) • Maximum deviation from setpoint of the four risers Should any of the four differential pressure sensors be in a faulty condition then that sensor will be automatically excluded from the calculation. Should the selected differential pressure deviation in the field fall below minus 10 kPa (Adjustable) for a continuous period of 2 minutes (Adjustable) then the following control action will occur.8 Chilled Water Pump VSD control Differential pressure sensors are installed across the main chilled water flow and return lines in each of the four risers adjacent to the “Index” air handling unit. Project: Document: Date: Rev: CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Page 22 of 42 .

At this time the control action will cease and the speed of the operating chiller set primary chilled water pumps will be maintained at this value. The chilled water flow setpoints are determined by the maximum and minimum flow rates of all chillers currently in operation. The default set points for all four chilled water system differential pressure sensors will initially be set as detailed in the table: DP sensor Location Riser 1 Riser 2 Riser 3 Riser 4 DP Setpoint (kPa) 120 120 120 120 The total chilled water flow rate is determined from the flow meters installed in the two common discharge piping from the chillers. a) The chilled water flow set point of all operating chiller sets will be decreased in increments of 2 litres / second for every 5 minute time interval until the required field differential pressure set point value has been achieved.CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell a) The chilled water flow set point of the operating chiller sets will be raised in increments of 2 litres / second for every 5 minute time interval until the required field differential pressure set point value has been reached. b) Should the chilled water flow set point of all operating chiller sets be raised to the maximum design flow rate value then the control action will be maintained at that set point irrespective of the field differential pressure value. Whenever a “Lag” chiller set primary chilled water pump is commanded “On” the output signal from each control module is to be identical so that the speed of all operating pumps is controlled at the same speed setting. For example if CH-BP-01 and CH-BP-04 only are operating then the maximum and minimum flow setpoints will be: Project: Document: Date: Rev: CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Page 23 of 42 . Should the selected differential pressure in the field rise above plus 10 kPa (Adjustable) for a continuous time period of 2 minutes (Adjustable) then the following control action will occur. At this time the control action will cease and the speed of the operating chiller set primary chilled water pumps will be maintained at this value. b) Should the chilled water flow set point of all operating chiller sets be reduced to the minimum design flow rate value then the control action will be maintained at that set point irrespective of the field differential pressure value.

61 + 21.C. a) Set Point (L/S) b) Throttling Range c) Integral Time d) Minimum Speed Setting e) Maximum Speed Setting Calculated 1000 L/S (initial value only) 30 Seconds (initial value only) 35Hz 50Hz Note: Tuning of the PI parameters will be required during commissioning. Project: Document: Date: Rev: CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Page 24 of 42 .10 Volts D.28 123.28 + 41.64 61.9 = 165.67 21.48 = 65.09 litres/s The maximum and minimum flow rates for each chiller are detailed in the table: Chiller CH-BP-01 CH-BP-02 CH-BP-03 CH-BP-07 CH-BP-04 CH-BP-05 Design (Maximum) Flow (L/S) 123.18 litres/s • Minimum Flow = 43. The minimum and maximum set speeds for the Chilled water pumps are set and adjusted within the variable frequency drive unit by the mechanical contractor and mimicked in the DDC software. The proportional plus integral control module within the controller will have the following default values: .64 Minimum Flow (L/S) 43.48 An input signal of 2 .28 41. is provided to the pumps variable frequency drive units from the DDC and the input signal will modulate the output of the drive unit from the minimum set speed to the maximum set speed.9 61.48 21.28 123.CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell • Maximum Flow = 123.61 43.61 43.61 13.

Project: Document: Date: Rev: CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Page 25 of 42 .9 Chilled Water Bypass Valve Control A bypass valve is installed across the common flow and return lines of the chilled water system.10 volt D. Whenever a chiller set primary chilled water pump is commande d “On” the bypass valve will be maintained in the closed position for a minimum time delay period of 2 minutes (Adjustable) to enable the chiller set flow control system to stabilise. In addition should the flow rate through any operating chiller set fall below the minimum design value then an “Alarm” condition will be enunciated on the relevant chiller set system graphic display on the operator terminal of the Building Management System. Should the flow rate through an operating chiller set fall below the minimum design value then the chilled water system bypass valve will be driven towards the open position to maintain the flow rate at or above the minimum design value.C. signal from a hard wired analog output signal from the DDC controller. Whenever all of the chiller sets are “Off line” the by-pass valve will be driven to the fully closed position with an input signal of 2 volts D.CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell 1. The valve is fitted with a Honeywell electric valve actuator which accepts a 2 .C.

Should the flow rate rise above the setpoint then the VSD is modulated down towards the minimum speed setting.CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell 1. The condenser water pump variable speed drives are modulated in unison in order to maintain the condenser water flow rate at setpoint under all load conditions. The output signals from the control module are connected into the condenser water pump variable speed drive units.300 L/S An input signal of 2 . The output signal from the flow meter is connected as an analogue input into a proportional plus integral control module within the Honeywell DDC controller.10 Volts D.6 L/S 0 . The summation of the flow rate from each of the operating chillers is calculated within the DDC controller and is used to control the VSD of all operating pumps. The minimum and maximum Project: Document: Date: Rev: CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Page 26 of 42 . The condenser water flow rate is monitored by means of magnetic flow meters installed in the common condenser water return line from each of the chillers. The condenser water design flow rates are detailed in the following table:Condenser Water Flow Design Range Of Flow Meter Chiller 1030 Ton 515 Ton 350 Ton 204 L/S 102 L/S 74.10 Condenser Water Pump VSD control All condenser water pumps are variable speed devices controlled from individual variable frequency drive units.C. Whenever a condenser water pump is commanded “On” the flow control system is “Enabled” to operate. Should the flow rate fall below the setpoint by 50 L/S (adjustable) then an “Alarm” condition is enunciated on the relevant chiller system graphic display on the operator terminal of the Building Management System. Similarly the summation of all operating chiller design flow rates is calculated within the DDC controller and this value is then used as the flow setpoint. is provided to the pumps variable frequency drive units from the DDC and the input signal will modulate the output of the drive unit from the minimum set speed to the maximum set speed. Should the flow rate fall below the setpoint then the VSD speed is modulated up towards the maximum speed.

f) Set Point g) Throttling Range h) Integral Time i) Minimum Speed Setting j) Maximum Speed Setting Calculation based on running chillers 1000 L/S (initial value only) 30 Seconds (initial value only) 35Hz 50Hz Note: Tuning of the PI parameters will be required during commissioning. .CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell set speeds for the condenser water pumps are set and adjusted within the variable frequency drive unit by the mechanical contractor and mimicked in the DDC software. The proportional plus integral control module within the controller will have the following default values: . Project: Document: Date: Rev: CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Page 27 of 42 .

440 tons or 1.440 tons. The following table details the relationship between the number of towers enabled and the system online capacity: Online Capacity (%) Online Capacity (RT) Lead CT1~3 Lag1 CT1~3 Lag2 CT1~3 Duty (515) Duty (515) 100 95 90 80 75 70 60 50 40 30 20 8 3440 3268 3096 2752 2580 2408 2064 1720 1376 1032 688 275 ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON OFF OFF ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF Once cooling towers are enabled all associated fans will be commanded to start and the VSD speed of all operating fans will be controlled in unison according to the next section. For example the system is considered at 50% loaded when the system load is at 50% of 3. In addition to using the percentage load.440. so the system will be fully loaded (100%) when the system load is at this value. All subsequent load percentages will be based on a percentage of this maximum system load of 3.11 Cooling Tower System Control The number of cooling towers in operation and the speed of the operating fans will be determined by the actual chiller online capacity.720 tons. the following condition will also trigger the next available cooling tower to operate: • The condenser water supply temperature is greater than 29. The percentage load will be used to determine the number of cooling towers enabled at any one time. Project: Document: Date: Rev: CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Page 28 of 42 .5 ºC (Adjustable) The total capacity of the system is 3.CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell 1.

Whenever more than one cooling tower system is required to operate the variable frequency drive units of the operating cooling tower fans will be controlled from a common output signal from the DDC controller so that each fan is controlled at the same speed.1Cooling Tower Fan VSD Control A temperature sensor is installed in the common condenser water supply line from the cooling towers and is connected into a proportional + integral control module within the Honeywell DDC controller. Whenever a “lag” cooling tower system is initially commanded “On” the speed of the operating cooling tower fans is reduced to 50% (Adjustable) of the design speed and the input signal into the “lag” cooling tower fan variable frequency drive unit is slowly ramped up to operate the fan at 50% of the design speed. Project: Document: Date: Rev: CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Page 29 of 42 .CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell 1. Should the common condenser water temperature fall below the set point value then the output to the operating fan variable frequency drive units will be modulated towards the minimum speed. The control of the operating cooling tower fans from the common condenser water supply temperature sensor is depicted in the following diagram. At the expiration of the time delay period the fans are controlled in a parallel arrangement to maintain the required discharge temperature set point value from the operating cooling towers. The speed of the fans is maintained at this value for a continuous time period of 2 minutes (Adjustable) to allow the temperature control system to stabilize. The output signal from the control module is connected to the associated cooling tower fan variable frequency drive units.11. The temperature control system for each cooling tower is “Enabled” to operate whenever a cooling tower fan is running. As the common condenser water temperature rises above set point the speed of the operating cooling tower fans will be increased to maintain the water temperature at the required set point value.

a) Set Point = 29. As well as hysteresis adjustable time delay is also included between cooling tower steps. c) Integral Time = 20 seconds. To prevent cycling of towers adjustable hysteresis is included as detailed in the diagram below. As detailed the number of cooling towers in operation will be determined by the system load.5º C (Adjustable) b) Throttling Range = 100º C. Project: Document: Date: Rev: CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Page 30 of 42 .CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell The temperature control module for the cooling tower fans will be set up with the following default parameters.

The chillers are staged in order to meet the system efficiency requirements (based on a percentage of the total duty load of 3440 Ton): • 8.33% to 20% = 0.65 kW/Ton • 20% to 100% = 0.CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell 1.12 System Energy Monitoring Electrical Power Meters are installed and monitored by the BMS system to monitor the electrical KW for the following equipment:• • • • Chiller Sets Chilled Water Pumps Condenser Water Pumps Cooling Towers The total KW is summed for all operating equipment and displayed on a relevant custom graphic.6 kW/Ton Project: Document: Date: Rev: CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Page 31 of 42 . A calculation of plant efficiency is carried out as follows:“Total Electrical KW” divided by “System Tonnage” (System Efficiency = KW/Tonnage) This value of system efficiency is displayed on the custom graphics and is also included in a system trend on a 24/7 basis. As mentioned previously the system load is calculated in both Tonnage and KWR units these values are also displayed on the custom graphics. Custom reports can then be generated to track the efficiency of the system over time.

13 Heat Balance Calculation and Monitoring The heat balance is calculated as detailed in this section. The values are also trended for graphical monitoring and archived for future retrieval if required.Percentage for the current hour (updated every minute) Last Hour . Current .Percentage today (updated every minute) Yesterday – Percentage for the previous day This month .Percentage for the previous hour Today .Current percentage taken in 10 minute windows This Hour .CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell 1.Percentage for the previous month The temperature readings and water flow rate are connected directly to the field BTU calculator having a 16 bit A/D resolution to comply to Green Mark version 4. The heat balance percentage will be calculated within the DDC controller at one minute intervals (stored for one year recording) and the percentage of the samples within the ±5% range will be calculated and displayed in the following formats.Percentage for current month (updated every minute) Last Month . If more than 20% of the computed heat balance percentage values are not within the ±5% range then an indication will be given on the relevant system graphic. The heat balance percentage is calculated within the DDC controller and is displayed on the operator’s terminal of the Building Management System. The heat balance is represented by the following equation: qcondenser = qevaporator + Winput Where qcondenser = Heat Rejected qevaporator = Cooling Load Winput = Measured electrical power input to compressors The following pressure enthalpy diagram shows the concept of heat balance equation in a vapour compression cycle: Project: Document: Date: Rev: CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Page 32 of 42 .

19 X “CHW Flow” X (CHWRT – CHWST) qcondenser = 4.19 X “CW Flow” X (CWRT – CWST) Winput = Sum of chillers input electrical power kW (readings are taken from the power meters installed within the chiller electrical switchboards and interfaced to the DDC controller via a Modbus RS485 connection) The diagram below shows the actual BP Office chiller system and how the above equation is derived from actual installed devices.CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell The computation of the heat balance percentage (the total heat gain and total heat rejected) is calculated using the following equation: Percent Heat balance = [(qevaporator + Winput . For example if the efficiency is 90% and the measured input power is 100Kw then the value used in the calculation will be 90% of 100Kw = 90kW. NOTE: For open drive chillers the Winput shall take into account the motor efficiency provided by the manufacture. The individual values in the heat balance equation are derived as follows: qevaporator = 4.qcondenser) / qcondenser] X 100% The aim here is that the total heat gain and the total heat rejected must be within ±5% for 80% of the sampled points. Project: Document: Date: Rev: CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Page 33 of 42 .

19 X “CW FlowFM-3” X (CWRT – CWST) Winput = Sum of chillers input electrical power kW Percent Heat Balance = [(A + C) – B] / B x 100% Project: Document: Date: Rev: CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Page 34 of 42 .CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell A: B: C: qevaporator = 4.19 X “CHW FlowFM-1” X (CHWRT1 – CHWST1) + 4.19 X “CHW FlowFM-2” X (CHWRT2 – CHWST2) qcondenser = 4.

Project: Document: Date: Rev: CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Page 35 of 42 .CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell The diagram below shows an example of a successful heat balance calculation where more than 80% of the computed values fall within ±5% range.

Header 2 CHW Supply Flow Header 2 CHW Supply Pressure Header 2 CHW Return Pressure Bypass Line Inlet Pressure Bypass Line Outlet Pressure Bypass Valve Feedback Bypass Valve Control Differential Pressure Sensor 1 Differential Pressure Sensor 2 Differential Pressure Sensor 3 Differential Pressure Sensor 4 AI AI AI AI AI AI AI AI AI AI AI AI AI AO AI AI AI AI PT1000 PT1000 2-10V 2-10V 2-10V PT1000 PT1000 2-10V 2-10V 2-10V 2-10V 2-10V 2-10V 2-10V 2-10V 2-10V 2-10V 2-10V ºC ºC l/s kPa kPa ºC ºC l/s kPa kPa kPa kPa % % kPa kPa kPa kPa  Condenser Water Header (Each tag name is preceded with Cnw-Hdr) Tag Name Description Point Type Signal Type Sensor Range PT1000 PT1000 Eng Unit _CnwST _CnwRT Header 1 CHW Supply Temp.CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell 1. where X= Header Number. Header 1 CHW Return Temp.14 Hardware Point Summary  Chilled Water Headers. Header 2 CHW Return Temp. For the bypass system the tag name is preceded with CH-Bypass) Tag Name Description Point Type Signal Type Sensor Range PT1000 PT1000 TBA TBA TBA PT1000 PT1000 TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA 0-100% 0-100% TBA TBA TBA TBA Eng Unit _ChwST _ChwRT _ChwFlw _SPres _RPress _ChwST _ChwRT _ChwFlw _SPres _RPress _InPres _OutPress _VlvFdb _Vlv _DiffPres1 _DiffPres2 _DiffPres3 _DiffPres4 Header 1 CHW Supply Temp. Header 1 CHW Supply Flow Header 1 CHW Supply Pressure Header 1 CHW Return Pressure Header 2 CHW Supply Temp. Header 1 CHW Return Temp. AI AI PT1000 PT1000 ºC ºC Project: Document: Date: Rev: CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Page 36 of 42 . Bypass and DP sensors (For the two headers each tag name is preceded with Chw-Hdr-0X.

where X = Pump Number) Tag Name Description Point Type Signal Type Sensor Range TBA TBA 0-100% Open=Off Open=Trip 0-100% Open=Off Eng Unit _SPres _RPress _VSDFdb _Sts _Mode _Trip _VSD _SS Pump Inlet Pressure Pump Outlet Pressure Variable Speed Drive Feedback Pump Run Status Pump Mode Switch Input Pump Trip Input Variable Speed Drive Control Pump Start / Stop Control AI AI AI DI DI DI AO DO 2-10V 2-10V 0-10V N/O N/O N/C 2-10V N/O kPa kPa % Off/On Norm/Alarm % Off/On Open=TBA Local/Remote  Condenser Water Pumps (Each tag name is preceded with CNWP-BP-0X. where X = Chiller Number) Tag Name Description Point Type Signal Type Sensor Range Open=Off Open=Off Open=Off Eng Unit _Sts Chiller Run Status DI DI DI DI DI DI N/O N/O N/O N/O N/O N/O Off/On Off/On Off/On _ChwFlowSts CHW Flow Switch Status _CnwFlowSts CDW Flow Switch Status _Mode _Trip _ChwVlvSts Chiller Mode Switch Input Chiller Fault Input CHW Shut Off Valve Status CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Open=TBA Local/Remote Open=Norm Norm/Alarm Open=Close Close/Open Project: Document: Date: Rev: Page 37 of 42 . where X = Pump Number) Tag Name Description Point Type Signal Type Sensor Range TBA TBA 0-100% Open=Off Open=Trip 0-100% Open=Off Eng Unit _SPres _RPress _VSDFdb _Sts _Mode _Trip _VSD _SS Pump Inlet Pressure Pump Outlet Pressure Variable Speed Drive Feedback Pump Run Status Pump Mode Switch Input Pump Trip Input Variable Speed Drive Control Pump Start / Stop Control AI AI AI DI DI DI AO DO 2-10V 2-10V 0-10V N/O N/O N/C 2-10V N/O kPa kPa % Off/On Norm/Alarm % Off/On Open=TBA Local/Remote  Chillers (Each tag name is preceded with CH-BP-0X.CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell  Chilled Water Pumps (Each tag name is preceded with CHWP-BP-0X.

CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell _CnwVlvSts _Setpoint CDW Shut Off Valve Status Chiller Remote Setpoint DI AO DO DO DO N/O 2-10V N/O N/O N/O Open=Close TBA Open=Close Open=Close Open=Off Close/Open ºC Close/Open Close/Open Off/On _ChwVlvCtrl CHW Shut Off Valve Control _CnwVlvCtrl CDW Shut Off Valve Control _SS Chiller Start / Stop Control  Chillers (Sensors) (Each tag name is preceded with CH-BP-0X. where X = Chiller Number) Tag Name _ChwInPress _ChwOutPress _ChwFlw _ChwInTemp _ChwOutTemp _CnwInPress _CnwOutPress _CnwFlw _CnwInTemp _CnwOutTemp Description Evaporator In Water Pressure Evaporator Out Water Pressure Evaporator Water Flow Evaporator In Water Temp Evaporator Out Water Temp Condenser In Water Pressure Condenser Out Water Pressure Condenser Water Flow Condenser In Water Temp Condenser Out Water Temp Point Type AI AI AI AI AI AI AI AI AI AI Signal Type 2-10 V 2-10V 2-10V PT1000 PT1000 2-10 V 2-10V 2-10V PT1000 PT1000 Sensor Range TBA TBA TBA PT1000 PT1000 TBA TBA TBA PT1000 PT1000 Eng Unit kPa kPa l/s ºC ºC kPa kPa l/s ºC ºC  Cooling Towers Cells (Each tag name is preceded with CT-BP-X-Y. where X = CT Number and Y = Cell Number) Tag Name Description Point Type Signal Type Sensor Range PT1000 PT1000 0-100% Open=Off Eng Unit _InletTemp CT Cell Inlet Temperature AI AI AI DI DI DI DI DI AO DO PT1000 PT1000 0-10V N/O N/O N/O N/O N/O 0-10V N/O ºC ºC % Off/On _OutletTemp CT Cell Outlet Temperature _FanVSDFdb Fan Variable Speed Feedback _FanSts _FanMode _FanTrip _LvlLo _LvlHi _FanSS Fan Run Status Fan Mode Switch Input Fan Trip Input CT Cell Low Level Alarm CT Cell High Level Alarm Fan Start / Stop Control CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Open=TBA Local/Remote Open=Norm Norm/Alarm Open=Norm Norm/Alarm Open=Norm Norm/Alarm 0-100% Open=Off % Off/On _FanVSDFdb Fan Variable Speed Control Project: Document: Date: Rev: Page 38 of 42 .

CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell 1. where X = Chiller Number) Tag Name Description Register Type Register Address TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA Eng Unit _AmsA _AmpsB _AmpsC _VoltsA _VoltsB _VoltsC _kWh _kW Chiller Phase A Amps Chiller Phase B Amps Chiller Phase C Amps Chiller Phase A to Neutral Volts Chiller Phase B to Neutral Volts Chiller Phase C to Neutral Volts Chiller Power Consumption Chiller Power Demand Holding Holding Holding Holding Holding Holding Holding Holding Amps Amps Amps Volts Volts Volts kWh kW  Chilled Water Pumps (From Power Meters) (Each tag name is preceded with CHWP-BP-0X. where X = Pump Number) Tag Name Description Register Type Register Address TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA Eng Unit _AmsA _AmpsB _AmpsC _VoltsA _VoltsB _VoltsC _kWh _kW Pump Phase A Amps Pump Phase B Amps Pump Phase C Amps Pump Phase A to Neutral Volts Pump Phase B to Neutral Volts Pump Phase C to Neutral Volts Pump Power Consumption Pump Power Demand Holding Holding Holding Holding Holding Holding Holding Holding Amps Amps Amps Volts Volts Volts kWh kW Project: Document: Date: Rev: CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Page 39 of 42 .15 High Level Point Summary  Chillers (From Power Meters) (Each tag name is preceded with CH-BP-0X.

where X = Pump Number) Tag Name Description Register Type Register Address TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA Eng Unit _AmsA _AmpsB _AmpsC _VoltsA _VoltsB _VoltsC _kWh _kW Pump Phase A Amps Pump Phase B Amps Pump Phase C Amps Pump Phase A to Neutral Volts Pump Phase B to Neutral Volts Pump Phase C to Neutral Volts Pump Power Consumption Pump Power Demand Holding Holding Holding Holding Holding Holding Holding Holding Amps Amps Amps Volts Volts Volts kWh kW  Cooling Tower Fans (From Power Meters) (Each tag name is preceded with CT-BP-X-Y.CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell  Condenser Water Pumps (From Power Meters) (Each tag name is preceded with CNWP-BP-0X. where X = CT Number and Y = Cell Number) Tag Name Description Register Type Register Address TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA Eng Unit _AmsA _AmpsB _AmpsC _VoltsA _VoltsB _VoltsC _kWh _kW Cooling Tower Fan Phase A Amps Cooling Tower Fan Phase B Amps Cooling Tower Fan Phase C Amps Cooling Tower Fan Phase B to Neutral Volts Cooling Tower Fan Phase C to Neutral Volts Cooling Tower Fan Power Consumption Cooling Tower Fan Power Demand Holding Holding Holding Holding Holding Holding Holding Amps Amps Amps Volts Volts Volts kWh kW Cooling Tower Fan Phase A to Neutral Volts Holding Project: Document: Date: Rev: CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Page 40 of 42 .

where X = Chiller Number) Register Type Tag Name Description Register Address 40007 40006 40003 40001 40002 40004 40008 40005 30046 30008 30071 30027 30003 30026 30065 30055 30088 30086 30022 30013 30014 Eng Unit TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA BAS Base Loading Enable BAS Base Loading Setpoint BAS Chilled Water Setpoint BAS Chiller Auto Stop Command BAS Chiller Mode Command BAS Current Limit Setpoint BAS Diagnostic Reset BAS Hot Water Setpoint Base Loading Calculated Chiller Capacity Carbon Tank Temp Chiller Control Mode Chiller Running Chiller Running Status Compressor Refrigerant Discharge Temperature Compressor Running Compressor Running Time Compressor Starts Cond Differential Wtr Press Cond Entering Water Temp Cond Leaving Water Temp BV1 AV4 AV1 MV1 MV2 AV2 BV2 AV3 B19 AI5 AI39 MI2 BI1 MI1 AI36 MI11 AI49 AI48 AI15 AI10 AI11 Project: Document: Date: Rev: CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Page 41 of 42 .CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell  Chiller High Level Interface (From Chiller Processor) (Each tag name is preceded with CH-BP-0X.

CBP @ Plot 61 Honeywell 1.16 Chilled Water Schematic Project: Document: Date: Rev: CBP @ Plot 61 Chiller FDS 25-June-2012 3 Page 42 of 42 .