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Figure 2. Back panel mounting holes


Upper holes

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To locally install the stand-alone operator display: 1. Unsnap the plastic back panel from the display module. 2. Disconnect the operator display cable from the display connector in the display module.

Local Installation Using the Operator Display Cable

Installation Instructions

Before starting local installation, verify that the location will accommodate the dimensional size of the stand-alone operator display as shown in Figure 1.

Stand-alone Operator Display


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Figure 1.

Order Number: 4950 0468 (includes operator-display cable and pigtail connector)

Operator display dimensions . .

3. Using the back panel as a template, mark the position of the four mounting holes on the mounting surface. (Refer to Figure 2 on panel 3.) 4. Set the back panel aside and drill holes for #8 (4 mm) screws or #8 wall anchors.
2.25 in. (57 mm)

10.25 in. (260 mm)

5. Secure the back panel to the wall with #8 (4 mm) mounting screws.
Note: Screws are not supplied with the unit.

The stand-alone operator display can be installed locally (within 10 ft [3 m]) on the Tracer Summit BMTX building control unit (BCU), the Tracer MP580/581, or the AH540/541 controller and remotely (within 150 ft [46 m]) of its controller.

6. The operator display cable is keyed to the display connector. Before performing step #7, ensure the key and slot are lined up before pressing them together. 7. Connect the operator display cable to the display connector in the display module and then snap the display module in place. 8. Run the operator display cable to the controller and secure it to the wall with wiring staples or wire mold.
Lower holes

Note:

Keep this document near the stand-alone operator display for easy access to setup information and touch screen cleaning instructions.

Warnings, Cautions, and Notices

Warnings and cautions are provided in appropriate places throughout this document:

8.75 in. (222 mm)

9. Feed the operator display cable into the controller enclosure and attach it to the display connector on the controller circuit board as shown in Figure 3 on panel 5. The stand-alone operator display turns on.

WARNING: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.

CAUTION: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury. It may also be used to alert against unsafe practices.

Stand-alone operater display dimensions

NOTICE: Indicates a situation that may result in equipment or propertydamage only accidents.

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To remotely install the stand-alone operator display: 1. Unsnap the plastic back panel from the display module. 2. Disconnect the operator display cable from the display connector in the display module. 3. On the back panel, pull the stress-relief connector on the operator display cable away from the panel and remove the cable (refer to Figure 4 on panel 8). 4. Insert the operator display pigtail connector through the back panel and then press the stress-relief connector firmly into place. 5. Using the back panel as a template, mark the position of the four mounting holes on the mounting surface. (Refer to Figure 2 on panel 3). Set the back panel aside and drill holes for #8 (4 mm) screws or #8 wall anchors. 6. Secure the back panel to the wall with #8 (4 mm) mounting screws (not supplied).
Note: The operator display cable is keyed to the display connector. Before performing step #7, ensure the key and slot are lined up before pressing them together.

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Figure 4. Removing the operator display cable
Display module

Figure 3. Controller circuit board

Remote Installation Using the Pigtail Connector

WARNING

Hazardous Voltage!

Disconnect all electrical power, including remote disconnects, before servicing. Follow proper lockout/tagout procedures to ensure the power cannot be inadvertently energized. Failure to disconnect power before servicing could result in death or serious injury.

Stress-relief connector

If installing the stand-alone operator display up to 150 feet (46 m), the customer must supply 4-conductor wire, or alternatively, three, twisted-pair wires of the appropriate length. A 4-conductor wire is recommended for remote installation.

Trane-recommended, four-conductor wires

Plenum 18 AWG, Trane part number 400-2059 Plenum 22 AWG, Trane part number 400-2020 Non-plenum, Trane part number 400-1005

Trane-recommended, twisted-pair wire

Trane part number 400-2028

7. Connect the operator display cable, 10-pin connector to the circuit board in the display module and then snap the display module in place. 8. Run the customer-supplied operator display cable between the standalone operator display and the controller, and then secure it to the wall with wiring staples or wire mold. 9. Wire the pigtail connectors to the four-conductor wire or to the three twisted-pair wires (refer to Figure 5 on panel 9). 10. Feed the operator display cable into the controller enclosure and attach it to the display connector on the controller circuit board. The standalone operator display turns on.

Back panel

Display connector

Before starting remote installation, verify that the location will accommodate the dimensional size of the stand-alone operator display. (Refer to Figure 1 on panel 2.)

Note:

The operator display may be a different shape depending on the version.

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Figure 5. Four-conductor wiring and three twisted-pair wiring To adjust the brightness and contrast:

Operator-display pigtail connector

Wire Code Legend: = Red = Black This section describes how to calibrate the operator-display touch screen, adjust its brightness and contrast, and clean the touch screen.

Calibrating, Adjusting, and Cleaning the Touch Screen

11 Adjusting Brightness and Contrast


1. On the Home screen, press the Setup button and the Setup menu appears. 2. Press the Page-Down button to view the next screen. 3. Press the Adjust Brightness and Contrast button and the Brightness and Contrast screen appears.

Controller pigtail connector

Calibrating the Operator Display


Note: To set up the operator display screens and security, see the Tracer MP580/581 Programmable Controller Programming Guide (CNT-SVP01A-EN) or the Tracer Summit System Programming Guide (BMTX-SVP01A-EN).

w
=White = Yellow

Controller logic board side

NOTICE
Avoid Equipment Damage! Notice: Do not allow sharp objects to come in contact with the touch screen.
To calibrate the touch screen: 1. On the Home screen, press the Setup button and the Setup menu appears. 2. Press the Page-Down button to view the next screen. 3. Press the Calibrate Touch Screen button and Calibration screen appears. 4. Using a small, pliable, blunt object, such as a pencil eraser, touch the target on the screen and hold until the beeping stops. A second calibration screen displays. 5. Once again, touch the target with the blunt object and hold until the beeping stops. The Advanced Selection screen appears. 6. Press the Home button to re-display the Home screen.

4. To increase the brightness, press the buttons along the top row, in sequence, from left to right. To decrease the brightness, press the buttons, in sequence, from right to left. 5. To increase the contrast, press the buttons along the bottom row, in sequence, from left to right. To decrease the contrast, press the buttons, in sequence, from right to left.
Note: Contrast adjustment is not available on all computer display models.

Remote display side

R B w Y

Four-conductor wiring

R B w Y

6. Press the Home button to redisplay the Home screen.

Operator display pigtail connector

Controller pigtail connector

B w

B w

NOTE: Either wiring method allows installation up to 150 feet (46 m) from the controller.

Three twisted-pair wiring

12 Cleaning the Touch Screen

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NOTICE

Avoid Equipment Damage!

Immediately wipe moisture from the surface of the LCD touch screen. Failure to do so may result in equipment damage.

Do not spray water or cleansers directly on the screen. Doing so may result in equipment damage.

To clean the touch screen, wipe it off with a non-abrasive cloth. For more aggressive cleaning, use low-pressure compressed air to blow off the surface and then wipe it off with a non-abrasive cloth.

To clean fingerprints from the touch screen, use a cloth dampened with a mild commercial liquid glass cleaner. Immediately wipe the touch screen with an absorbent, non-abrasive cloth.

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