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JADE™ Economizer Module (MODEL W7220)

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS The W7220 Economizer Module automatically detects sensors by polling to determine which sensors are present. If a sensor loses communications after it has been detected, the W7220 Economizer indicates a device fail error on its LCD.

System Components The JADE™ Economizer System includes an Economizer Module, 20k mixed air sensor, damper actuator, an optional CO2 sensor, and either a 20k outdoor air temperature sensor or Sylk Bus sensors for measuring Outdoor Air and return air enthalpy, temperature, and humidity.

Economizer Module

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION The JADE™ Economizer System is an expandable economizer control system, which includes a W7220 Economizer Module (controller) with an LCD and keypad. The W7220 can be configured with optional sensors. The W7220 Economizer Module can be used as a standalone economizer module wired directly to a commercial set back space thermostat and sensors to provide Outdoor Air dry-bulb economizer control. The W7220 Economizer Module can be connected to optional Sylk Bus sensors for single or differential enthalpy control. The W7220 Economizer Module provides power and communications on the Sylk Bus for the Sylk Bus sensors.

This is the core of the JADE™ Economizer System and includes the user interface for the system. The W7220 Economizer Module provides the basic inputs and outputs to provide simple economizer control. When used with the optional Sylk Bus sensors, the Economizer Module provides more advanced economizer functionality.

Sylk Bus Sensors (optional) The Sylk Bus Sensor is a combination temperature and humidity sensor which is powered by and communicates on the Sylk Bus. Up to three sensors may be configured with the JADE™ Economizer Module. See page 2 for details.

CO2 Sensor (optional) A CO2 sensor can be added for Demand Control Ventilation (DCV). Either an analog (2-10 Vdc) or a wallmount Sylk bus TR40 CO2 sensor can be used with the Jade economizer.

Contents Product Description ................................................................... Specifications ............................................................................... Before Installation ...................................................................... Installation and Setup ............................................................... Mounting ........................................................................................ Wiring ............................................................................................... Wiring Application Examples ................................................. Interface Overview ...................................................................... Setup and Configuration .......................................................... Checkout ......................................................................................... Troubleshooting ...........................................................................

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PC MOD Tool (optional) The PC MOD tool is connected to a personal computer and communicates with the Jade economizer controller via the Sylk bus. The W7220 PCMOD tool software is free and can be downloaded from the url in the Accessories section. Some features on the Jade controller can only be enabled or disabled using the W7220 PC MOD tool. See the PC MOD tool options section in Table 5.

SPECIFICATIONS W7220A Economizer Module The module is designed for use with any Honeywell 2 to 10 Vdc or Honeywell Sylkbus communicating actuator. The module includes terminals for a CO2 sensor, Mixed Air sensor, and an Outdoor Dry Bulb sensor. Enthalpy and other options are available with Sylk Bus sensors. User Interface: Provides status for normal operation, setup parameters, checkout tests, and alarms and error conditions with a 2-line 16 character LCD display and a four button keypad.

Electrical

Air (RA) Sylkbus sensor can be added to the system for differential enthalpy or dry bulb changeover. For differential dry bulb changeover a 20k ohm sensor is required in the OA and a Sylkbus sensor in the RA. Dip switch on RA Sylkbus sensor must be set in the RA position. Dry Bulb Temperature (optional) and Mixed Air (required), C7250A: 2-wire (18 to 22 AWG); Temperature range -40 to 150 °F (-40 to 65 °C). Temperature accuracy -0°F/+2°F Temperature and Humidity, C7400S1000 (optional): Sylk Bus; 2-wire (18 to 22 AWG) Temperature: range -40 to 150 °F (-40 to 65 °C) Temperature accuracy -0°F/+2°F Humidity: range 0 to 100% RH with 5% accuracy. NOTE: Up to three (3) SYLK Bus sensors may be connected to the JADE™ Economizer module. For outdoor air (OA), return air (RA) and discharge (supply) air (DA). DCV (CO2) Sensor (C7232 or C7632): 2-10 Vdc control signal; minimum impedance >50k ohm.

Rated Voltage: 20 to 30 Vac RMS; 50/60 Hz Transformer: 100 VA maximum system input

4 Binary inputs: 1-wire 24 Vac + common GND (see page 6 for wiring details). 24 Vac power supply: 20 to 30 Vac 50/60Hz; 100 VA Class 2 transformer.

Nominal Power Consumption (at 24 Vac, 60 Hz): 11.5 VA without sensors or actuators

Outputs

Relay Digital Output Rating at 30 Vac (maximum power from Class 2 input only): 1.5A run; 3.5A inrush @ 0.45PF (200,000 cycles) or 7.5A inrush @ 0.45PF (100,000 cycles) External Sensors Power Output: 21 Vdc +/- 5% @ 48mA IMPORTANT All inputs and outputs must be Class 2 wiring.

Actuator signal: 2-10 Vdc; minimum actuator impedance is 2k ohm; Sylkbus two-wire output for Honeywell Sylkbus communicating actuators. Exhaust fan, Y1, Y2 and AUX1 O: All Relay Outputs (at 30 Vac): Running: 1.5A maximum Inrush: 7.5A maximum

Environmental

Inputs

Operating Temperature: -40 to 150 °F (-40 to 65 °C). Exception of display operation down to -4 °F with full recovery at -4 °F from exposure to -40 °F

SENSORS: NOTE: A Mixed Air (MA) analog sensor is required on all W7220 units; either an Outdoor Air (OA) sensor for dry bulb change over or an OA Sylkbus sensor for outdoor enthalpy change over is required in addition to the MA sensor. An additional Return

Storage Temperature: -40 to 150 °F (-40 to 65 °C) Shipping Temperature: -40 to 150 °F (-40 to 65 °C) Relative Humidity: 5% to 95% RH non-condensing

ORDERING INFORMATION When purchasing replacement and modernization products from your TRADELINE® wholesaler or distributor, refer to the TRADELINE® Catalog or price sheets for complete ordering number. If you have additional questions, need further information, or would like to comment on our products or services, please write or phone: 1.

Your local Honeywell Environmental and Combustion Controls Sales Office (check white pages of your phone directory). 2. Honeywell Customer Care 1985 Douglas Drive North Minneapolis, Minnesota 55422-4386 3. http://customer.honeywell.com or http://customer.honeywell.ca International Sales and Service Offices in all principal cities of the world. Manufacturing in Belgium, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, United Kingdom, and United States. 63-2700—11

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Dimensions (See Fig. 1 on page 3): Height: 4.98 inches (126.4 mm) Width: 6.3 inches (160 mm) Depth: 1.34 inches (34 mm) Weight: 0.58 lb. (0.265 kg) Approvals: UL listed (XAPX) for USA and Canada; California Energy Commission (CEC) FDD ID number HJW10.

NOTE: Jade will be in the "set up" mode for the first 60 minutes after powered. If a sensor for OA air or Sylkbus device (sensor, actuator) is disconnected during the set up mode, the Jade will not alarm that failure. The MA sensor is a system "critical" sensor, if the MA sensor is removed during the set up mode, the Jade will alarm. After 60 minutes the Jade controller will change to operation mode and all components removed or failed will alarm in the operation mode.

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INSTALLATION AND SETUP The following installation procedures should be performed in the order listed: 1. Mounting — see page 3. 2. Wiring — see page 4. 3. Interface and Programming overview – see page 18. 4. Setup and Configuration — see page 18 5. Checkout — see page 31.

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MOUNTING

M32273A

Fig. 1. Dimensions in inches (mm) showing mounting holes.

Accessories — — — — — — —

50048926-001 2-pin edge connector for sensors (20 pieces per bag) 50048926-002 6-pin edge connector for field wiring (20 pieces per bag) C7250A 20k sensor for MA or OA (dry bulb changeover) C7400S Sylkbus sensor for enthalpy control in OA and/or RA and RA for differential dry bulb changeover W7220 PCMOD interface tool for JADE controller and Personal Computer. For the software, go to www.customer.honeywell.com/economizertools 50053060-001 Duct mounting kit for sensors C7632 or C7232 CO2 analog sensors OR one TR40 Sylk bus CO2 sensor

BEFORE INSTALLATION Review the “Specifications” on page 2 before installing the The JADE™ Economizer System.

When Installing This Product 1. 2.

3. 4.

Read these instructions carefully. Failure to follow them could damage the product or cause a hazardous condition. Check ratings given in instructions and on the product to ensure the product is suitable for your application. Installer must be a trained, experienced service technician. After installation is complete, check out product operation as provided in these instructions. 3

This section describes the mounting procedures for the JADE™ Economizer module and the sensors.

Economizer Module Location and Mounting IMPORTANT Avoid mounting in areas where acid fumes or other deteriorating vapors can attack the metal parts of the module’s circuit board, or in areas where escaping gas or other explosive vapors are present. IMPORTANT The module must be mounted in a position that allows clearance for wiring, servicing, and removal. Mount the Economizer module on any convenient interior location using the two mounting holes provided on the enclosure using #6 or #8 screws (screws are not provided and must be obtained separately). Use the dimensions in Fig. 1 on page 3 as a guide. The Economizer module may be mounted in any orientation. However, mounting in the orientation shown in Fig. 1 on page 3 permits proper viewing of the LCD display and use of the keypad.

Sensor Location and Mounting The JADE™ Economizer W7220 uses digital and communicating sensors for control. The C7250 temperature sensors (MAa and OAb) are 20k NTC. A MA a b

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sensor is required for all applications and is mounted in the mixed air section of a rooftop unit either directly to the sheet metal using self tapping sheet metal screws or in the air stream using the duct mounting kit. Duct mount kit is part number 50053060-001. Optional OA, RAa and DAb Sylkbus sensors communicate with the W7220 on the two-wire communication bus and can either be wired using a two pin header or using a side connector. Each Sylkbus sensor includes a two pin side connector with the packaging. The SKU number of the Sylkbus sensor is C7400S. All OA, RA and DA sensors are the same SKU number. The sensor is set for the appropriate type of sensing using the three position DIP switch located on the sensor. OA position is OFF, OFF, OFF; RA is ON, OFF, OFF and DA is OFF, ON, OFF. During installation the sensors are set for the usage desired. See “Sylk Bus Sensor Wiring” on page 7 for DIP switch details.

WIRE HOLDER

LENGTH ADJUSTS 6-12 INCHES

NOTE: The protective film on the dip switch is only necessary during the factory assembly process. Simply push through the film to set the dip switches; this will not harm the device. Once installed, a sensor can be changed to a different application by simply changing the DIP switch setting. EXTENDED RELIEF (FOR CORRECT MOUNTING)

Sensor Mounting The sensors can be mounted directly on to the sheet metal of unit or can be mounted in the air stream using the duct mounting kit (order separately). The kit contains a rod to hold the sensor in the duct, a flange to secure the sensor rod to the duct wall and fill the hole and a gasket to prevent air from leaking through the duct wall. There are five (5) kits in each bag assembly. See Fig. 2. The rod has slots for threading the wire to prevent loose or hanging wire in the duct and can be adjusted for 6 to 12 inch length. The flange has extended relief for ease of mounting. See Fig. 3.

M32282A

Fig. 3. Duct Mounting Adjustments.

WIRING All wiring must comply with applicable electrical codes and ordinances, or as specified on installation wiring diagrams. Module wiring in the field is terminated to the four screw terminal blocks located on the left and right sides. Module wiring at the OEM factory is terminated via the header pin terminals located on the left and right sides. The header terminal pins and the terminal blocks have common terminations for the appropriate input or output. See OEM wiring diagram in Fig. 20. The remainder of this section describes the wiring for the JADE™ Economizer module, W7220A.

ROD - 1 PIECE

WARNING

GASKET - 1 PIECE FLANGE - 1 PIECE

M32281A

Fig. 2. Duct Mounting Kit (Part No. 50053060-001).

Electrical Shock Hazard. Can cause severe injury, death or property damage. Disconnect power supply before beginning wiring, or making wiring connections, to prevent electrical shock or equipment damage.

CAUTION Equipment Damage Hazard. a b

Electrostatic discharge can short equipment circuitry. Ensure that you are properly grounded before handling the unit.

RA = Return Air DA = Discharge Air

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TWO STAGE COOL PROGRAMMABLE THERMOSTAT

DISCHARGE AIR SENSOR C7400S

C7250A

W7720A

1

MIXED AIR SENSOR

MS3103J MS3105J MS7505 ACTUATOR

C7400S

ENTHALPY SENSOR

OUTDOOR AIR

DIRECT EXPANSION COIL

RETURN AIR C7400S ENTHALPY SENSOR

1

1 FOR DIFFERENTIAL ENTHALPY, THE TWO C7400S ENTHALPY SENSORS ARE CONNECTED TO THE W7720A ECONOMIZER CONTROL ONE IS MOUNTED IN RETURN AIR, AND THE OTHER IS MOUNTED IN OUTDOOR AIR. DIFFERENTIAL ENTHALPY CONTROL PROVIDES GREATER ENERGY SAVINGS THAN SINGLE ENTHALPY.

M35163

Fig. 4. Location of Outdoor Air, Return Air, Mixed Air, and Discharge Air Sensors in an economizer system.

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Economizer Module Wiring Method

Economizer Module Wiring Details

Wire the sensors and outputs, then wire the power connection.

The wiring connection terminals for each module/sensor are: • “JADE™ Economizer Module Wiring” on this page. • “Sylk Bus Sensor Wiring” on page 7.

Each terminal can accommodate the following gauges of wire: • Single wire – from 18 AWG to 22 AWG solid or stranded • Multiple wires – up to two 22 AWG stranded • For the 24 Vac connections: single wire – from 14 to 18 AWG solid or stranded • For S-BUS wiring, the sensors may be mounted up to 200 ft. (61 m) from the JADE controller. When the length of wire is over 100 feet use twisted pair shielded wire. • All sensor wiring to the Sylk bus and analog sensors is polarity insensitive. Prepare wiring for the terminal blocks, as follows: 1. Remove the plastic tabs from the side of the controller where the connectors will slide onto the PWA. 2. Strip 1/2 in. (13 mm) insulation from the conductor. 3. Cut a single wire to 3/16 in. (5 mm). Insert the wire in the required terminal location and tighten the screw. 4. If two or more wires are being inserted into one terminal location, twist the wires together a minimum of three turns before inserting them to ensure proper electrical contact. See Fig. 5 on page 6. 5. Cut the twisted end of the wires to 3/16 in. (5 mm) before inserting them into the terminal and tightening the screw. 6. Pull on each wire in all terminals to check for good mechanical connection. 1. STRIP 1/2 IN. (13 MM) FROM WIRES TO BE ATTACHED AT ONE TERMINAL.

JADE™ Economizer Module Wiring Use Fig. 6 and Tables 1 and 2 to locate the wiring terminals for the Economizer module. NOTE: The four terminal blocks are removable. You can slide out each terminal block, wire it, and then slide it back into place.

AUX2-I

JADE CONTROLLER

OCC E-GND EXH1 AUX1-O

AUX2-I

AUX1-O

Y2-I Y2-O Y1-I Y1-O C R

LEFT TERMINAL BLOCK LABEL

RIGHT TERMINAL BLOCK LABEL M32283C

Fig. 6. W7220 Economizer module terminal connection labels. Table 1. Economizer Module - Left hand terminal blocks.

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Label

Type

Description

Top Left Terminal Block

2. TWIST WIRES TOGETHER WITH PLIERS (A MINIMUM OF THREE TURNS).

MAT MAT

20k NTC and COM

Mixed Air Temperature Sensor (polarity insensitive connection)

OAT OAT

20k NTC and COM

Outdoor Air Temperature Sensor (polarity insensitive connection)

S-BUS S-BUS

SYLK Bus Sylk Bus sensor (polarity insensitive connection)

IAQ 2-10

2-10 Vdc

Air Quality Sensor Input (e.g. CO2 sensor)

IAQ COM

COM

Air Quality Sensor Common

IAQ 24V

24 Vac

Air Quality Sensor 24 Vac Source

Bottom Left Terminal Block

3. CUT TWISTED END OF WIRES TO 3/16 IN. (5 MM) BEFORE INSERTING INTO TERMINAL AND TIGHTENING SCREW. THEN PULL ON EACH WIRE IN ALL TERMINALS TO CHECK FOR GOOD MECHANICAL CONNECTION.

ACT 2-10 2-10 Vdc

Damper Actuator Output (2-10 Vdc)

ACT COM COM

Damper Actuator Output Common

ACT 24V

24 Vac

Damper Actuator 24 Vac Source

n/a

The bottom pin is not used.

M24382A

Fig. 5. Attaching two or more wires at terminal blocks.

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Table 2. Economizer Module - Right hand terminal blocks. Label

Type

Description

Top Right Terminal Block AUX2 I

n/a

The first pin is not used

24 Vac IN

Shut Down (SD) or Heat (W) Conventional only or Heat Pump Changeover (O/B) in Heat Pump mode.

OCC

24 Vac IN

Occupied / Unoccupied Input

E-GND

EGND

Earth Ground - System Required

EXH1

24 Vac OUT Exhaust Fan 1 Output

AUX1 O

24 Vac OUT Programmable: Exhaust fan 2 output or ERV or System Alarm output.

DIP SWITCH LABEL DIP SWITCHES (3)

SYLK BUS TERMINALS (1 AND 2)

24 Vac IN

M32271B

Fig. 7. Sylk Bus sensor DIP switches. Table 3. SYLK Bus Sensor Wiring Terminations.

Bottom Right Terminal Block Y2-I

SYLK BUS 2 PIN SIDE CONNECTOR

Terminal

Y2 in - Cooling Stage 2 Input from space thermostat

Y2-O

24 Vac OUT Y2 out - Cooling Stage 2 Output to stage 2 mechanical cooling

Y1-I

24 Vac IN

Y1-O

24 Vac OUT Y1 out - Cooling Stage 1 Output to stage 1 mechanical cooling

C

COM

24 Vac Common

R

24 Vac

24 Vac Power (Hot)

Y1 in - Cooling Stage 1 Input from space thermostat

Nbr

Label

Type

Description

1

S-BUS SYLK Bus

Sylk Bus Communications (Sensor Bus) polarity insensitive

2

S-BUS SYLK Bus

Sylk Bus Communications (Sensor Bus) polarity insensitive

Table 4. SYLK Bus Sensor DIP Switch Settings. DIP Switch Positions for Switches 1, 2, & 3

Sylk Bus Sensor Wiring

Use

1

2

3

The labels on the sensors and controller are color coded for ease of installation. Orange labeled sensors can only be wired to orange terminals on the controller. Brown labeled sensors can only be wired to S-bus (brown) terminals. Use Fig. 7 and Table 3 to locate the wiring terminals for each Sylk Bus sensor.

DAa

OFF

ON

OFF

RAb

ON

OFF

OFF

OAc

OFF

OFF

OFF

Use Fig. 7 and Table 4 to set the DIP switches for the desired use of the sensor.

a DA = Discharge Air b RA = Return Air c

OA = Outdoor Air

NOTE: When using the Sylkbus sensors there will be a slight delay while the Jade controller and the sensor communicate. Analog sensors do not communicate on the Sylkbus and output a 20k ohm signal to the Jade controller so the response time is instantaneous. NOTE: When using the C7400S (Sylk bus enthalpy) sensor there is an operation that will allow test of the operation of the W7220 economizer when the outdoor air conditions (temperature and humidity) are too high for economizing.

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1. 2.

3. 4. 5.

6.

7. 8.

Remove the C7250A dry bulb sensor from the OAT terminals IF you are using temperature only economizing change over. If you are using enthalpy change over and have a C7400S sensor with a date code prior to 1301, remove the sensor and replace it with one with a date code after 1301. Connect a C7400S Sylk bus sensor to the S-Bus terminals (brown colored) on the W7220A Jade using 18 AWG to 22 AWG solid or stranded wires. Check the STATUS screen for actual outdoor air (OA) temperature and OA humidity readings. Change the 3-position DIP switch on the C7400S sensor from 1 OFF, 2 OFF, 3 OFF to 1 ON, 2 ON, 3 ON position and immediately back to 1 OFF, 2 OFF 3 OFF position. The output of the C7400S sensor to the W7220A will be 40 ºF and 40 %RH which will allow the economizer to go into free cooling mode (economizing available). Make sure you have 24 Vac on terminal Y1 In to simulate a call for cooling. After 15 minutes the C7400S sensor will change back to the actual OA temperature and humidity.

NOTE: If you removed a dry bulb sensor, remove the C7400S from the S-bus terminals and replace the OAT sensor onto the OAT terminals.

Actuator Wiring Options: 1. 2. 3.

The JADE economizer controller can only have one (1) communicating actuator connected to it. Up to four (4) non-communicating and two (2) 2position actuators (1 each on EXH1 and AUX1 O) One (1) communicating and up to four (4) non-communicating and two (2) 2-position actuators (1 each on EXH1 and AUX1 O). When using a 2-position actuator on the AUX1 O, the AUX1 O must be programmed for Exh2 and the % open is the % open of the outdoor damper when the 2-pos actuator opens. Connect 24 V to Exh1 and/or AUX1 O and ground to the Jade "C" terminal.

CO2 Sensor Wiring When using the C7232 Honeywell CO2 sensors the black and brown common wires are internally connected and only one is connected to "IAQ COM" on the Jade. Use the power from the Jade to power the CO2 sensor OR make sure the ground for the power supplies are common. See wiring diagram below for the C7232 and C7632 wiring diagrams. NOTE: When using the C7632 (or any 0-10 Vdc CO2 sensor) with the Jade you will need to set the CO2ZERO to 400 ppm and the CO2SPAN to 1600 ppm in the ADVANCED SETUP menu. NOTE: When using the TR40 CO2 sensor set the address on the TR40-CO2 to 6. Only one TR40 CO2 sensor can be used with the Jade economizer controller. Address 6 is for a CO2 sensor, address 11 is for a communicating actuator. C7232 RED 24V

ANALOG OUT

BLACK + –

YELLOW BROWN ORANGE GREEN

L1 (HOT) L2 1 1

POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED. M17543B

Fig. 8. Wiring for C7232

L1 (HOT) L2 1

C7632

0-10 VDC

1

POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED. M34095

Fig. 9. Wiring for C7632

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WIRING APPLICATION EXAMPLES This section shows the wiring configurations for the JADE™ Economizer system.

Stand-alone Economizer The most basic configuration is the stand-alone Economizer (see Fig. 10 and Fig. 15). A stand-alone Economizer is directly wired to sensors, actuators, thermostat, and mechanical cooling controls in the roof top unit. It does not require Sylk Bus communications.

MA TEMP SENSOR 20K NTC

ROOF TOP UNIT W7220 ECONOMIZER CONTROLLER MODULE

Y1

O/B OCC

MA MA OAT OAT

1 OA TEMP SENSOR 20K NTC

CO2 SENSOR 2-10 VDC (OPTIONAL)

G

W1 Y2

W2

3 1K1

AUX2-I OCC E-GND AUX1-0

Y2I

IAQ (2-10V) IAQ COM IAQ 24V

Y2O Y1I

ACT (2-10V) ACT COM ACT 24V

Y1O C R

TR TR1

R(+) 24 VAC

M7215

IN

+

IN

-

1K1 C(-) 2

1

NOTE THAT THE C7250 20K NTC SENSOR CAN BE MOUNTED IN THE OAT ONLY IN THIS CONFIGURATION.

2

WHEN USING A HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT, THERMOSTAT TERMINALS MAY DIFFER: W1 MAY BE LABELED O OR B AND W2 MAY BE LABELED W.

3

WHEN USING A HEAT PUMP WITH DEFROST FEEDBACK, ADD AN ISOLATION RELAY BETWEEN O AND C.

THERMOSTAT

M28980D

Fig. 10. Stand-alone dry bulb Economizer configuration with black motor M7215.

EXH1 OR AUX1 O

1

C

2

V

ACTUATOR NOTE: ON/OFF ACTUATORS CAN BE USED ON THE EXH1 OR AUX1 O TERMINAL WITH GROUND TO THE C TERMINAL. WHEN PROGRAMMING THE EXH1 OR AUX1 O, THE % IS THE PERCENT OPEN POSITION OF THE OUTDOOR AIR DAMPER WHEN THE EXH1 OR AUX1 O TERMINAL IS ENERGIZED AND THE 2-POS DAMPER GOES OPEN. IF USING THE AUX1 O TERMINAL PROGRAM AUX1 O FOR EXH2. M33409

Fig. 11. 2-position actuator.

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ON JADE CONTROLLER: 1. Y2-O CONNECT TO STAGE 2 MECHANICAL COOLING 2. Y1-O CONNECT TO STAGE 1 MECHANICAL COOLING 3. MAT IS MIXED AIR SENSOR C7250A1001 4. OAT IS TEMPERATURE CHAGEOVER C7250A1001 SENSOR OR S-BUS OA ENTHALPY SENSOR C7400S1000 5. AUX1 OUT PROGRAM TO SYS IN SYSTEM SETUP MENU

JADE W7220A1000 MS3103J1030 COMMUNICATING DCA

AUX2-I OCC E-GND

1 2 3 4 5

AUX1 OUT

Y2I Y2O Y1I Y1O C R

C R

PRESTIGE THX9421R5013

EIM

TO THERMOSTAT

CONV POWER HEAT

STATUS LEDS

COOL FAN U1 U2 U3

A

RELAY R822N1011

1

3

KIT WITH PRESTIGE AND EIM YTHX9421R5051

1 EIM THM5421R1013

R C

SENSORS

1

TRANSFORMER 24 VAC

120 VAC

THE TRANSFORMER NEEDS TO BE 100VA. M35158

Fig. 12. Prestige and EIM with communicating actuator.

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ROOF TOP UNIT MA TEMP SENSOR 20K NTC

W7220 ECONOMIZER CONTROLLER MODULE

O/B

MAT MAT

G

W1 Y2

W2

8 1K1

AUX2-I OCC E-GND

S-BUS S-BUS

CO2 SENSOR 2-10 VDC (OPTIONAL)

Y1 OCC

G Y1 Y2

AUX1-0

W1

Y2I

IAQ (2-10V) IAQ COM IAQ 24V ACT (2-10V) ACT COM ACT 24V

Y2O Y1I Y1O

1K1 C

C R R(+) 24 VAC

1 2

C(-) 7

MS3103J 3 S-BUS OR MS3105J 4 S-BUS

THERMOSTAT

5

C7400S RETURN AIR TEMP/HUMIDITY (ENTHALPY) SYLKBUS SENSOR

Y1

W1

C

1

Y2

C

C

C 3

2

G BASIC I/O BOARD

C

TERMINAL

4

6 8 5

NOTES: SEE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 62-0331 FOR SPECIFIC W7220 JADE WIRING INFORMATION. 1

W1

Y2

C7400S OUTSIDE AIR TEMP/HUMIDITY (ENTHALPY) SYLKBUS SENSOR

14

RELAY 1, DPDT RELAY, NO CONTACTS ENERGIZE DIGITAL INPUT 4 FOR HIGH SPEED FAN WITH W1 CALL.

6

1

+10 Vref

SIGNAL

DEFAULT

REFERENCE OUTPUT

2

AI1+

ANALOG INPUT, VOLTAGE OR CURRENT*

3

AI1-

ANALOG INPUT COMMON (CURRENT)

4

AI2+

ANALOG INPUT, VOLTAGE OR CURRENT

5

AI2

ANALOG INPUT COMMON (CURRENT) 24V AUX. VOLTAGE

4

RELAY 3, SPST RELAY, NO CONTACTS ENERGIZE DIGITAL INPUT 1 FOR LOW SPEED FAN WITH Y1 CALL. RELAY 4, SPST RELAY, NO CONTACTS ENERGIZE DIGITAL INPUT 1 FOR LOW SPEED FAN WITH G CALL.

6

24Vout GND

I/O GROUND

8

DI1

DIGITAL INPUT 1

9

DI2

10

DI3

11

CM

COMMON A FOR DIN1-DIN6**

12

24Vout

24V AUX. VOLTAGE

13

GND

14

DI4

DIGITAL INPUT 4

PRESET FREQ SELECT

15

DI5

DIGITAL INPUT 5

PRESET FREQ SELECT 2

DIGITAL INPUT 2

16 17

DI6

DIGITAL INPUT 6

C

COMMON A FOR DIN1-DIN6**

18

AO1

ANALOG SIGNAL (+OUTPUT)

AO-/GND

ANALOG OUTPUT COMMON

5 LOW SPEED FAN IS CONFIGURED BY SETTING “MINIMUM FREQUENCY” WITH PARAMETER M1.8 OF THE STARTUP WIZARD OF THE SMARTVFD HVAC.

+24 Vin

24V AUXILIARY INPUT VOLTAGE

A

RS485

DIFFERENTIAL RECEIVER/ TRANSMITTER

6

B

RS485

DIFFERENTIAL RECEIVER/ TRANSMITTER

8

FAULT

I/O GROUND

30

7 WHEN USING A HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT, THERMOSTAT TERMINALS MAY DIFFER: W1 MAY BE LABELED O OR B AND W2 MAY BE LABELED W.

START FWD START REV

DIGITAL INPUT 3

19

HIGH SPEED FAN IS CONFIGURED BY SETTING “PRESET FREQUENCY 1” WITH PARAMETER M3.3.12 OF THE SMARTVFD HVAC.

CURRENT

7

2 RELAY 2, DPST RELAY, NO CONTACTS ENERGIZE DIGITAL INPUT 4 FOR HIGH SPEED FAN WITH Y2 CALL. 3

VOLTAGE

FAULT RESE

OP FREQ

I/O BOARD ON SMARTVFD HVAC DRIVE HVFDSD

WHEN USING A HEAT PUMP WITH DEFROST FEEDBACK, ADD AN ISOLATION RELAY BETWEEN O AND C.

M35159A

Fig. 13. Jade with Prestige IAQ thermostat, communicating actuator, CO2 and VFD.

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M7215

ON JADE CONTROLLER: 1. Y2-O CONNECT TO STAGE 2 MECHANICAL COOLING 2. Y1-O CONNECT TO STAGE 1 MECHANICAL COOLING 3. MAT IS MIXED AIR SENSOR C7250A1001 4. OAT IS TEMPERATURE CHAGEOVER C7250A1001 SENSOR OR S-BUS OA ENTHALPY SENSOR C7400S1000 5. AUX1 OUT PROGRAM TO SYS IN SYSTEM SETUP MENU

JADE W7220A1000

AUX2-I OCC E-GND

ACT (2-10V) ACT COM ACT 24V TR TR1 IN IN

AUX1 OUT

Y2I Y2O Y1I Y1O C R

+ –

C R

PRESTIGE THX9421R5013

TO THERMOSTAT

EIM

CONV POWER HEAT

STATUS LEDS

COOL FAN U1 U2 U3

A

RELAY R822N1011

1

3

KIT WITH PRESTIGE AND EIM YTHX9421R5051

1 EIM THM5421R1013

R C

SENSORS

1

TRANSFORMER 24 VAC

120 VAC

THE TRANSFORMER NEEDS TO BE 100VA. M35157

Fig. 14. Jade with Prestige IAQ thermostat and EIM, communicating actuator, CO2 and VFD.

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EXH1 and EXH2 wiring: Relay Digital Output Rating at 30 Vac (maximum powerfrom Class 2 input only): 1.5A run; 3.5A inrush @ 0.45PF (200,000 cycles) or 7.5A inrush @ 0.45PF (100,000 cycles) If the inrush or FLA amps is above listed limits OR if the fan is a line voltage fan, an external relay will be required. If no relay is required, the EXH1 or AUX1 out is wired to one side of the fan and the other side is wired to system common "C" on the W7220 or equipment terminal board. (W7220 powered off the system transformer). If a relay is required, the coil of the relay would be wired between the EXH1 or AUX1 and the C terminal of the W7220.

MA TEMP SENSOR 20K NTC

ROOF TOP UNIT W7220 ECONOMIZER CONTROLLER MODULE

Y1

O/B OCC

1

MAT MAT OAT OAT

OAT TEMP SENSOR 20K NTC

CO2 SENSOR 2-10 VDC (OPTIONAL)

G

W1 Y2

W2

3 1K1

AUX2-I OCC E-GND AUX1-0

Y2I

IAQ (2-10V) IAQ COM IAQ 24V ACT (2-10V) ACT COM ACT 24V

Y2O Y1I Y1O C R

1K1 24 VAC

R(+) C(-)

MS7503 OR MS7505

2

3

1

NOTE THAT THE 20K NTC SENSOR CAN BE MOUNTED IN THE OAT TERMINALS ONLY IN THIS CONFIGURATION.

2

WHEN USING A HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT, THERMOSTAT TERMINALS MAY DIFFER: W1 MAY BE LABELED O OR B AND W2 MAY BE LABELED W.

3

WHEN USING A HEAT PUMP WITH DEFROST FEEDBACK, ADD AN ISOLATION RELAY BETWEEN O AND C.

THERMOSTAT

M32564D

Fig. 15. Stand-alone dry-bulb Economizer configuration with Honeywell MS7503 or MS7505 Direct Coupled Actuator.

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MA TEMP SENSOR 20K NTC

ROOF TOP UNIT W7220 ECONOMIZER CONTROLLER MODULE OCC

1

CO2 SENSOR 2-10 VDC (OPTIONAL)

Y2

W2

3 1K1 AUX2-I OCC E-GND

MAT MAT OAT OAT

OAT TEMP SENSOR 20K NTC

G

W1

Y1

O/B

AUX1-0

Y2I

IAQ (2-10V) IAQ COM IAQ 24V ACT (2-10V) ACT COM ACT 24V

Y2O Y1I Y1O C R 1K1

1 2

24 VAC

MS3103J 3 S-BUS OR MS3105J

R(+) C(-)

4 S-BUS

2

5 1

NOTE THAT THE 20K NTC SENSOR CAN BE MOUNTED IN THE OAT TERMINALS ONLY IN THIS CONFIGURATION.

2

WHEN USING A HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT, THERMOSTAT TERMINALS MAY DIFFER: W1 MAY BE LABELED O OR B AND W2 MAY BE LABELED W.

3

WHEN USING A HEAT PUMP WITH DEFROST FEEDBACK, ADD AN ISOLATION RELAY BETWEEN O AND C.

THERMOSTAT

M32650D

Fig. 16. Stand-alone dry-bulb Economizer configuration with Honeywell MS3103J or MS3105J communicating actuators.

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Economizer with Sylk Bus Sensors A standalone economizer with Sylk Bus sensors uses Sylk Bus communications (see Fig. 17, Fig. 18 and Fig. 19). The Sylk Bus reduces wiring requirements while providing additional functionality.

2 MA TEMP SENSOR 20K NTC

ROOF TOP UNIT W7220 ECONOMIZER CONTROLLER MODULE

O/B

Y1 OCC

MAT MAT

AUX2-I OCC E-GND

S-BUS

Y2O Y1I

ACT (2-10V) ACT COM ACT 24V

Y1O

R(+) 24 VAC

M7215 +

IN

-

C(-) 3

THERMOSTAT

OUTSIDE AIR TEMP/HUMIDITY (ENTHALPY) SYLKBUS SENSOR 1

1K1

C R

TR

IN

4 1K1

Y2I

IAQ (2-10V) IAQ COM IAQ 24V

TR1

W2

AUX1-0

S-BUS

CO2 SENSOR 2-10 VDC (OPTIONAL)

G

W1 Y2

RETURN AIR TEMP/HUMIDITY (ENTHALPY) SYLKBUS SENSOR

1

IN THIS CONFIGURATION, AN OPTIONAL DISCHARGE AIR TEMP/HUMIDITY (ENTHALPY) SYLKBUS SENSOR CAN BE ADDED FOR ADVANCED CONTROL AS SHOWN IN THE LOWER LEFT OF THIS FIGURE.

2

DO NOT USE THE C7250 20K NTC SENSOR WITH THE OA TERMINAL IN THIS CONFIGURATION.

3

WHEN USING A HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT, THERMOSTAT TERMINALS MAY DIFFER: W1 MAY BE LABELED O OR B AND W2 MAY BE LABELED W.

4

WHEN USING A HEAT PUMP WITH DEFROST FEEDBACK, ADD AN ISOLATION RELAY BETWEEN O AND C. M32565D

Fig. 17. Economizer with Sylk Bus sensors for enthalpy configuration with Honeywell M7215 black motor.

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2 MA TEMP SENSOR 20K NTC

ROOF TOP UNIT W7220 ECONOMIZER CONTROLLER MODULE

O/B

Y1 OCC

MAT MAT

AUX2-I OCC E-GND

S-BUS S-BUS

CO2 SENSOR 2-10 VDC (OPTIONAL)

W2

4 1K1

AUX1-0

Y2I

IAQ (2-10V) IAQ COM IAQ 24V ACT (2-10V) ACT COM ACT 24V

Y2O Y1I Y1O

1K1

C R R(+) 24 VAC

MS7503 OR MS7505 3

C(-) 3

OUTSIDE AIR TEMP/HUMIDITY (ENTHALPY) SYLKBUS SENSOR

1

G

W1 Y2

RETURN AIR TEMP/HUMIDITY (ENTHALPY) SYLKBUS SENSOR

THERMOSTAT 1

IN THIS CONFIGURATION, AN OPTIONAL DISCHARGE AIR TEMP/HUMIDITY (ENTHALPY) SYLKBUS SENSOR CAN BE ADDED FOR ADVANCED CONTROL AS SHOWN IN THE LOWER LEFT OF THIS FIGURE.

2

DO NOT USE THE C7250 20K NTC SENSOR WITH THE OA TERMINAL IN THIS CONFIGURATION.

3

WHEN USING A HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT, THERMOSTAT TERMINALS MAY DIFFER: W1 MAY BE LABELED O OR B AND W2 MAY BE LABELED W.

4

WHEN USING A HEAT PUMP WITH DEFROST FEEDBACK, ADD AN ISOLATION RELAY BETWEEN O AND C. M32566D

Fig. 18. Economizer with Sylk Bus sensors for enthalpy configuration with a Honeywell MS7503 or MS7505 Direct Coupled Actuator.

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ROOF TOP UNIT

MA TEMP SENSOR 20K NTC

W7220 ECONOMIZER CONTROLLER MODULE

O/B

Y1 OCC

MAT MAT

CO2 SENSOR 2-10 VDC (OPTIONAL)

AUX1-0

Y2I

IAQ (2-10V) IAQ COM IAQ 24V ACT (2-10V) ACT COM ACT 24V

Y2O Y1I Y1O

1K1

C R R(+) 24 VAC

1 2

2 3 S-BUS

W2

4 1K1

AUX2-I OCC E-GND

S-BUS S-BUS

G

W1 Y2

C(-)

MS3103J OR MS3105J

3

4 S-BUS 5

THERMOSTAT C7400S OUTSIDE AIR TEMP/HUMIDITY (ENTHALPY) SYLKBUS SENSOR C7400S RETURN AIR TEMP/HUMIDITY (ENTHALPY) SYLKBUS SENSOR

1

1

IN THIS CONFIGURATION, AN OPTIONAL DISCHARGE AIR TEM/HUMIDITY (ENTHALPY) SYLKBUS SENSOR CAN BE ADDED FOR ADVANCED CONTROL AS SHOWN IN THE LOWER LEFT OF THIS FIGURE.

2

THE S-BUS COMPONENTS MAY BE DAISY CHAINED TO ANOTHER S-BUS COMPONENT.

3

WHEN USING A HEAT PUMP THERMOSTAT, THERMOSTAT TERMINALS MAY DIFFER: W1 MAY BE LABELED O OR B AND W2 MAY BE LABELED W.

4

WHEN USING A HEAT PUMP WITH DEFROST FEEDBACK, ADD AN ISOLATION RELAY BETWEEN O AND C.

M32653D

Fig. 19. Economizer with Sylk Bus sensors for enthalpy configuration with a Honeywell MS3103J or MS3105J communicating actuators. MAT MAT OAT OAT S-BUS S-BUS S-BUS S-BUS S-BUS S-BUS

2-PIN CONNECTOR NEEDED (VHR-2N)

3-PIN CONNECTOR NEEDED (VHR-3N)

JADE CONTROLLER

OCC E-GND EXH1 AUX1 OUT AUX1-O

Y2-I Y2-O Y1-I Y1-O R C

Y2-I Y2-O Y1-I Y1-O C R

RIGHT TERMINAL BLOCK LABEL

LEFT TERMINAL BLOCK LABEL PART NUMBER JST VH CONNECTOR PLASTIC HOUSING VHR-2N PLUS 2 PIECES JST VH CONNECTOR PLASTIC HOUSING VHR-3N PLUS 3 PIECES JST VH CONNECTOR PLASTIC HOUSING VHR-4N PLUS 4 PIECES JST VH CONNECTOR PLASTIC HOUSING VHR-6N PLUS 6 PIECES TYPE 42743-2

AUX2 IN AUX2-I

6-PIN CONNECTOR NEEDED (VHR-6N)

IAQ 2-10 IAQ COM IAQ 24V+ ACT 2-10 ACT COM ACT 24V+ NOT USED

4-PIN CONNECTOR NEEDED (VHR-4N)

NOT USED AUX2-1 OCC E-GND EXH1 AUX1-O

SVH-21T-P1.1 METAL CONTACT SVH-21T-P1.1 METAL CONTACT SVH-21T-P1.1 METAL CONTACT SVH-21T-P1.1 METAL CONTACT

PIN COUNT 2 3 4 6 1

NOTE: THOSE ARE NOT HONEYWELL PART NUMBERS. TO PLACE AN ORDER - CONTACT YOUR SALES REPRESENTATIVE.

MANUFACTURER JST VH JST VH JST VH JST VH AMP 1/4 INCH QUICK CONNECT FOR M7215 BLACK MOTOR M31402E

Fig. 20. OEM wiring harness information. Refer to previous wiring diagrams for detailed application wiring.

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INTERFACE OVERVIEW This section describes how to use the Economizer’s user interface for: • Keypad and menu navigation • Settings and parameter changes • Menu structure and selection

User Interface The user interface consists of an LCD display and a 4-button keypad on the front of the Economizer module. The LCD is a 16 character by 2 line dot matrix display.

• Press the  button to increase (change) the displayed parameter value.a • Press the  button to decrease (change) the displayed parameter value.a • Press the  button to accept the displayed value and store it in non-volatile RAM. • CHANGE STORED displays. • Press the button (MenuUp/Exit) to return to the previous menu. a

When values are displayed, pressing and holding the  or  button causes the display to automatically increment.

Menu Structure Table 5 on page 19 illustrates the complete hierarchy of menus and parameters for the JADE™ Economizer system.

2 LINE LCD

MENU UP (EXIT) BUTTON

SCROLL (UP/DOWN) BUTTONS

The Menus in display order are: • STATUS • SETPOINTS • SYSTEM SETUP • ADVANCED SETUP • CHECKOUT • ALARMS

SELECT (ENTER) BUTTON

IMPORTANT Table 5 on page 19 illustrates the complete hierarchy. Your menu parameters will be different depending on your configuration.

M32274A

Fig. 21. Economizer LCD and Keypad Layout.

Keypad The four navigation buttons illustrated in Fig. 21 are used to scroll through the menus and menu items, select menu items, and to change parameter and configuration settings.

Using the Keypad with Menus To use the keypad when working with menus: • Press the  button to move to the previous menu. • Press the  button to move to the next menu. • Press the  button (Enter) to display the first item in the currently displayed menu. • Press the button (Menu up) to exit a menu’s item and return to the list of menus.

Using the Keypad with Settings and Parameters To use the keypad when working with Setpoints, System and Advanced Settings, Checkout tests, and Alarms: • Navigate to the desired menu. • Press the  button (Enter) to display the first item in the currently displayed menu. • Use the  and  buttons to scroll to the desired parameter. • Press the  button (Enter) to display the value of the currently displayed item.

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For example if you do not have a DCV (CO2) sensor, then none of the DCV parameters appear and only MIN POS will display. If you have a CO2 sensor, the DCV MIN and DCV MAX will appear AND if you have 2 speed fan DCV MIN (high and low speed) and DCV MAX (high and low speed will appear).

SETUP AND CONFIGURATION Before being placed into service, the JADE™ Economizer module must be setup and configured for the installed system. IMPORTANT During setup, the Economizer module is live at all times. The setup process uses a hierarchical menu structure that is easy to use. You press the  and  arrow buttons to move forward and backward through the menus and press the  button to select and confirm setup item changes.

Time-out and Screensaver When no buttons have been pressed for 10 minutes, the LCD displays a screen saver, which cycles through the Status items. Each Status items displays in turn and cycles to the next item after 5 seconds.

JADE™ ECONOMIZER MODULE

Table 5. Menu Structurea.

Menu STATUS

Parameter

Parameter Parameter Range and Default Value Incrementb

Notes

ECON AVAIL

NO

YES/NO

YES = economizing available; the system can use Outdoor Air for free cooling when required.

ECONOMIZING

NO

YES/NO

YES = Outdoor Air being used for 1st stage cooling.

OCCUPIED

NO

YES/NO

YES = OCC signal received from space thermostat or unitary controller. YES = 24 Vac on terminal OCC No = 0 Vac on terminal OCC.

HEAT PUMP

n/ac

COOL HEAT

Displays COOL or HEAT when system is set to heat pump (nonconventional)

COOL Y1-IN

OFF

ON/OFF

Y1-I signal from space thermostat or unitary controller for cooling stage 1. ON = 24 Vac on term Y1-I OFF = 0 Vac on term Y1-I

COOL Y1-OUT

OFF

ON/OFF

Cool Stage 1 Relay Output to mechanical cooling (Y1-OUT terminal).

COOL Y2-IN

OFF

ON/OFF

Y2-I signal from space thermostat or unitary controller for second stage cooling. ON = 24 Vac on term Y2-I OFF = 0 Vac on term Y2-I

COOL Y2-OUT

OFF

ON/OFF

Cool Stage 2 Relay Output to mechanical cooling (Y2-OUT terminal).

MA TEMP

_ _._ ºF

-40 to 150 ºF Displays value of measured mixed air from MAT sensor. Displays --.- if not connected, short, or out- of-range.

DA TEMP

_ _._ ºF

-40 to 150 ºF Displays when Discharge Air Sylk Bus sensor is connected and displays measured discharge air temperature. Displays --.-°F if sensor sends invalid value, if not connected, short or out-of-range.

OA TEMP

_ _._ ºF

-40 to 140 ºF Displays measured value of outdoor air temperature. Displays --°F if sensor sends invalid value, if not connected, short or out-of-range.

OA HUM

__%

0 to 100%

Displays measured value of outdoor humidity from OA Sylkbus sensor. Displays --% if not connected, short, or out- of-range.

RA TEMP

_ _._ ºF

0 to 140 ºF

Displays measured value of return air temperature from RA Sylkbus sensor. Displays --°F if sensor sends invalid value, if not connected, short or out-of-range.

RA HUM

__%

0 to 100%

Displays measured value of return air humidity from RA Sylkbus sensor. Displays --% if sensor sends invalid value, if not connected, short or out-of-range.

IN CO2

_ _ _ ppm

0 to 2000 ppm

Displays value of measured CO2 from CO2 sensor. Invalid if not connected, short or out-of-range. May be adjusted in Advanced menu by Zero offset and Span. See note on page 6 concerning C7632 sensor.

DCV STATUS

n/a

ON/OFF

Displays ON if above setpoint and OFF if below setpoint, and ONLY if a CO2 sensor is connected.

DAMPER OUT

2.0V

2.0 to 10.0 V Displays output voltage or position to the damper actuator.e

ACT POS

n/a

0 to 100%

Displays actual position of actuator.

ACT COUNT

n/a

1 to 65,535

Displays number of times actuator has cycled. 1 Cycle equals the sum of 180° of movement in any direction.

ACTUATOR

n/a

OK/Alarm (on Alarm menu)

Displays Error if voltage or torque is below actuator range

EXH1 OUT

OFF

ON/OFF

Output of EXH1 terminal. Displays ON when damper position reaches programmed percentage setpoint. ON = 24 Vac Output; OFF = No Output.

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Menu STATUS CONTINUE D

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Parameter

Parameter Parameter Range and Default Value Incrementb

Notes

EXH2 OUT

OFF

ON/OFF

Output of AUX1 O terminal Displays ON when damper position reaches programmed percentage setpoint ON = 24 Vac Output, OFF = No Output; displays only if AUX1 O = EXH2

ERV

OFF

ON/OFF

Output of AUX1 O terminal, ON = 24 Vac Output, OFF = No Output; displays only if AUX1 O = ERV

MECH COOL ON or HEAT STAGES ON

0

0, 1, or 2

Displays number of mechanical cooling stages that are active.

FAN SPEED

n/a

LOW or HIGH

Displays speed of fan on a 2-speed fan unit

W (HEAT IN)

n/a

ON/OFF

Displays status of heat on a 2-speed fan unit.

Displays the stage of heat pump heating that is active.

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Table 5. Menu Structurea. (Continued)

Menu

Parameter

SETPOINTS MAT SET

Parameter Parameter Range and Default Value Incrementb

Notes

53ºF

38 to 70 ºF; The economizer will modulate the OA damper to maintain the mixed increment by air temperature at the setpoint. 1

LOW T LOCK

32ºF

-45 to 80 ºF; Setpoint determines outdoor temperature when the mechanical increment by cooling cannot be turned on. Commonly referred to as the Compressor 1 lockout. At or below the setpoint the Y1-O and Y2-O will not be energized on the controller.

DRYBLB SET

63ºF

48 to 80 ºF; Dry bulb setpoint will only appear if using dry bulb change over. increment by Setpoint determines where the economizer will assume outdoor air temperature is good for free cooling; e.g.; at 63 ºF setpoint unit will 1 economizer at 62 ºF and below and not economize at 64 ºF and above. There is a a 2 ºF deadband.

DRYBLB DIF Available firmware 1.15, June 2018, and later.

0ºF

Drybulb Differential will only show if using dual drybulb, i.e., when an 0 to 6ºF; increment by outdoor air temperature sensor C7250 is attached to OAT terminals, and a C7400S sensor is wired to S-Bus and configured for RAT (return 2 air). Free cooling will be assumed whenever OA Temp is below RAT minus this drybulb differential setting.

ENTH CURVE

ES3

ES1, ES2, ES3, ES4, or ES5

ES curve will only appear if using enthalpy changeover. Enthalpy boundary “curves” for economizing using single enthalpy. See page 22 for description of enthalpy curves.

DCV SET

1100ppm

500 to 2000 ppm increment by 100

Displays ONLY if a CO2 sensor is connected. Setpoint for Demand Control Ventilation of space. Above the setpoint, the OA dampers will modulate open to bring in additional OA to maintain a space ppm level below the setpoint.

MIN POS

2.8 V

2 to 10 Vdc

Displays ONLY if a CO2 sensor is NOT connected. With 2-speed fan units MIN POS L (low speed fan) and MIN POS H (high speed fan) settings are required. Default for MIN POS L is 3.2V and MIN POS H is 2.8V.

VENTMAX

2.8 V

2 to 10 Vdc

Displays only if a CO2 sensor is connected. Used for Vbz (ventilation max cfm) setpoint. VENTMAX is the same setting as MIN POS would be if you did not have the CO2 sensor.

100 to 9990 If OA, MA RA and CO2 sensors are connected and DCV CAL ENABLE is cfm set to AUTO mode, the OA dampers are controlled by CFM and displays increment by from 100 to 9990 cfm. 10

VENTMIN

2.25 V

2 to 10 Vdc

With 2-speed fan units VENTMAX L (low speed fan) and VENTMAX H (high speed fan) settings are required. Default for VENTMAX L is 3.2V and VENTMAX H is 2.8V.

2 to 10 Vdc

Displays only if CO2 sensor is connected. Used for Va (ventilation min cfm) setpoint. This is the ventilation requirement for less than maximum occupancy of the space.

100 to 9990 If OA, MA RA and CO2 sensors are connected and DCV CAL ENABLE is cfm set to AUTO mode, the OA dampers are controlled by CFM and displays increment by from 100 to 9990 cfm. 10 2 to 10 Vdc

ERV OAT SPd

32ºF

With 2-speed fan units VENTMIN L (low speed fan) and VENTMIN H (high speed fan) settings are required. Default for VENTMIN L is 2.5V and VENTMIN H is 2.25V.

0 to 50 ºF; Only when AUX1 O = ERV increment by 1

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Table 5. Menu Structurea. (Continued)

Menu

Parameter

Parameter Parameter Range and Default Value Incrementb

Notes

SETPOINTS EXH1 SET CONTINUE D

50%

0 to 100%; Setpoint for OA damper position when exhaust fan 1 is powered by the increment by economizer. 1 With 2-speed fan units Exh1 L (low speed fan) and Exh1 H (high speed fan) settings are required. Default for Exh1 L is 65% and Exh1 H is 50%

EXH2 SET

75%

0 to 100%; Setpoint for OA damper position when exhaust fan 2 is powered by the increment by economizer. Only used when AUX1 O is set to EHX2. With 2-speed fan units Exh2 L (low speed fan) and Exh2 H (high speed 1 fan) settings are required. Default for Exh2 L is 80% and Exh2 H is 75%

INSTALL

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UNITS DEG

ºF

ºF or ºC

Sets economizer controller in degrees Fahrenheit or Celsius.

EQUIPMENT

CONV

CONV HP

CONV = conventional. HP O/B = Enables Heat Pump mode. Use AUX2 I for Heat Pump input from thermostat or controller.

AUX2 IN

Heat (W1)g Note: If field factory default is available, AUX2 IN will default back to Shutdown (SD).

Shutdown (SD) Heat (W1) HP(O) HP(B)

In CONV mode: SD = Enables configuration of shutdown (default); W = Informs controller that system is in heating mode.

SYSTEM SETUP

FAN SPEED

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Display order = MM/DD/YY Setting order = DD, MM, then YY.

NOTE: If using 2-speed fan mode, you must program CONV mode for W. Shutdown is not available in the two-speed fan mode. In HP O/B mode: HP(O) = energize heat pump on Cool (default); HP(B) = energize heat pump on Heat.

1 speed/ 2 speedh 2 speed Note: If field factory default is available, FAN SPEED will default back to 1speed.

Sets economizer controller for operation of 1 speed or 2 speed supply fan. The controller does not control the fan but positions the OA and RA dampers to the heating or cooling mode. See page 23 for modes and position. NOTE: 2-speed fan option also needs Heat (W1) programmed in AUX 2 In.

FAN CFM

5000cfm

100 to This is the capacity of the RTU. The value is found on the label from the 50000 cfm; RTU manufacturer. The cfm of the fan is only used with DCV CAL increment by ENABLE AUO 100

AUX1 OUT

NONE

NONE ERV EXH2 SYS

• NONE = not configured (output is not used) • ERV= Energy Recovery Ventilatord • EXH2 = second damper position 24 Vac out for second exhaust fan. • SYS = use output as an alarm signal

OCC

INPUT

INPUT or ALWAYS

When using a setback thermostat with occupancy out (24 Vac), the 24 Vac is input “INPUT” to the OCC terminal. If no occupancy output from the thermostat then change program to “ALWAYS” OR add a jumper from terminal R to OCC terminal.

FACTORY DEFAULT

NO

NO or YES

Resets all set points to factory defaults when set to YES. LCD will briefly flash YES and change to NO but all parameters will change to factory default values.

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Table 5. Menu Structurea. (Continued)

Menu

Parameter

ADVANCED MA LO SET SETUP

Parameter Parameter Range and Default Value Incrementb

Notes

45 ºF

35 to 65 ºF; Temp to activate Freeze Protection (close damper or modulate to MIN increment by POS if temp falls below set value) 1º

FREEZE POS

CLO

CLO MIN

CO2 ZERO

0ppm

0 to 500 CO2 ppm level to match CO2 sensor start level. ppm; increment by 10

CO2 SPAN

2000ppm

1000 to CO2 ppm span to match CO2 sensor; e.g.; 500-1500 sensor output 3000 ppm; would be 500 CO2 zero and 1000 CO2 span. See note on page 6 for increment by C7632 CO2 sensor. 50

STG3 DLY

2.0h

0 min, 5 min, 15 min, then 15 min intervals. Up to 4h or OFF

Delay after stage 2 for cool has been active. Turns on 2nd stage of mechanical cooling when economizer is 1st stage call and mechanical cooling is 2nd stage call. Allows three stages of cooling, 1 economizer and 2 mechanical. OFF = no Stage 3 cooling.

SD DMPR POS

CLO

CLO OPN

Indicates shutdown signal from space thermostat or unitary controller. When controller receives 24 Vac input on the SD terminal in conventional mode, the OA damper will open if programmed for OPN and OA damper will close if programmed for CLO. All other controls, e.g., Y1-O, Y2-O, EXH1, etc. will shut off.

DA LO ALM

45 ºF

Used for alarm for when the DA air temperature is too low. Set lower NONE 35ºF to 65ºF range of alarm, below this temperature the alarm will show on the in 5ºF display. increments

DA HI ALM

80 ºF

NONE 70 ºF to 180 ºF in 5º F increments

Used for alarm for when the DA air temperature is too high. Set high range of alarm, above this temperature the alarm will show on the display

DCVCAL ENA

MAN

MAN (manual) AUTO

Turns on the DCV automatic control of the dampers. Resets ventilation based on the RA, OA and MA sensor conditions. Requires all sensors (RA, OA, MA and CO2). This operation is not operable with a 2-speed fan unit.

MAT T CAL

0.0 F°

+/-2.5F°

Allows for the operator to adjust for an out of calibration temperature sensor

OAS T CAL

0.0F°

+/-2.5F°

Allows for the operator to adjust for an out of calibration temperature sensor

OAS H CAL

0% RH

+/-10% RH

Allows for the operator to adjust for an out of calibration humidity sensor

RA T CAL

0.0F°

+/-2.5F°

Allows for the operator to adjust for an out of calibration temperature sensor

RA H CAL

0% RH

+/-10% RH

Allows for the operator to adjust for an out of calibration humidity sensor

DA T CAL

0.0 F°

+/-2.5F°

Allows for the operator to adjust for an out of calibration temperature sensor

2SP FAN DELAY

5 Minutes

0 to 20 When in economizing mode this is the delay for the high speed fan to minutes in 1 try to satisfy the call for second stage cooling before the first stage minute mechanical cooling is enabled. increments.

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Table 5. Menu Structurea. (Continued)

Menu

Parameter

CHECKOUT DAMPER MINIMUM POSITION f

DAMPER OPEN

Parameter Parameter Range and Default Value Incrementb n/a

The checkout for the damper minimum positions is based on the system. See Table 6.

n/a

n/a

Positions damper to the full open position. Exhaust fan contacts enable during the DAMPER OPEN test. Make sure you pause in this mode to allow for exhaust contacts to energize due to the delay in the system.

DAMPER CLOSE

n/a

n/a

Positions damper to the fully closed position.

CONNECT Y1-O

n/a

n/a

Closes the Y1-O relay (Y1-O). See CAUTION on page 31

CONNECT Y2-O

n/a

n/a

Closes the Y2-O relay (Y2-O). See CAUTION on page 31

CONNECT AUX1-O

n/a

n/a

Energizes the AUX1-O output. If AUX1-O setting is: • NONE – no action taken • ERV – 24 Vac out. Turns on or signals an ERV that the conditions are not good for economizing but are good for ERV operation.d • SYS – 24 Vac out. Issues a system alarm.

CONNECT EXH1

n/a

n/a

Closes the power exhaust fan 1 relay (EXH1)

ALARMS(#)

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n/a

Alarms display only when they are active. The menu title “ALARMS (#)” includes the number of active alarms in parenthesis (). When using SYLK bus sensors, "SYLK" will appear on the screen, and when using 20k OA temperature sensors, "SENS T" will appear on the screen. MA T SENS ERR

n/a

n/a

Mixed air sensor has failed or become disconnected - check wiring then replace sensor if the alarm continues

CO2 SENS ERR

n/a

n/a

CO2 sensor has failed, gone out of range or become disconnected check wiring then replace sensor if the alarm continues

OA SYLK T ERR

n/a

n/a

OA SYLK H ERR

n/a

n/a

Outdoor air enthalpy sensor has failed or become disconnected - check wiring then replace sensor if the alarm continues

RA SYLK T ERR

n/a

n/a

RA SYLK H ERR

n/a

n/a

DA SYLK T ERR

n/a

n/a

Discharge air sensor has failed or become disconnected - check wiring then replace sensor if the alarm continues

OA SENS T ERR

n/a

n/a

Outdoor air temperature sensor has failed or become disconnected check wiring then replace sensor if the alarm continues

ACT ERROR

n/a

n/a

Actuator has failed or become disconnected - check for stall, over voltage, under voltage and actuator count. Replace actuator if damper is moveable and supply voltage is between 21.6 V and 26.4 V. Check actuator count on STATUS menu.

FREEZE ALARM

n/a

n/a

Check if outdoor temperature is below the LOW Temp Lockout on setpoint menu. Check if Mixed air temperature on STATUS menu is below the Lo Setpoint on Advanced setup menu. When conditions are back in normal range then the alarm will go away.

SHUTDOWN ACTIVE

n/a

n/a

AUX2 IN is programmed for SHUTDOWN and 24 V has been applied to AUX 2IN terminal

DMP CAL RUNNING

n/a

n/a

If DCV Auto enable has been programmed, when the Jade is completing a calibration on the dampers, this alarm will display. Wait until the calibration is completed and the alarm will go away. Must have OA, MA and RA sensors for DCV calibration; set up is in the Advanced setup menu

DA SENS ALM

n/a

n/a

Discharge air temperature is out of the range set in the ADVANCED SETUP Menu. Check the temperature of the discharge air.

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Return air enthalpy sensor has failed or become disconnected - check wiring then replace sensor if the alarm continues

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Table 5. Menu Structurea. (Continued)

Menu

Parameter

ALARMS(#) SYS ALARM CONTINUE D ACT UNDER V

Parameter Parameter Range and Default Value Incrementb

Notes

n/a

n/a

When AUX1-O is set to SYS and there is any alarm (e.g., failed sensors, etc.), the AUX1-O terminal has 24 Vac out.

n/a

n/a

Voltage received by Actuator is above expected range

ACT OVER V

n/a

n/a

Voltage received by Actuator is below expected range

ACT STALLED

n/a

n/a

Actuator stopped before achieving commanded position

FEATURES ADJUSTABLE ONLY BY USE OF THE W7220 PC MOD TOOL ACT STALL ALARM SUPPRESSION

Disabled

Enabled or Disabled

If enabled this feature allows the operator to suppress the stall alarm in a specific range of the actuator stroke.

SELECT TYPE OF CONTROLLER

W7220

W7220, The operator can configure a program for a customer or job and save W7218 or the program in the file. Found on the configuration page of the Trade Preversion programmed special

ACTUATOR SLIPPAGE ALARM

Enabled

Enabled or Disabled

Alarms if the actuator becomes disconnected from the damper or is slipping on the shaft. If Enabled, the Jade system will complete a system air temperature check. If there is the expected change in system air temperature, then Jade assumes the actuator is connected to the damper. If the expected system air temperature changes do not occur, then an actuator slippage alarm is displayed on the Jade LCD. Found on the configuration page of the Trade version.

ACTUATOR SLIPPAGE ALARM SENSITIVITY

Low

Low, Standard or High

Sensitivity can be set to HIGH, STANDARD or LOW. High means the system will check 5 times for the damper to move before displaying the alarm. Standard is 10 times before the alarm is displayed. Low is 20 times before the alarm is displayed. Found on the economizer page of the Trade version.

LOCATION OF ECONOMIZER CONTROL SENSOR

Before the Before coil or The operator can choose if the economizer control sensor (normally cooling coil AUTO referred to as the Mixed air sensor) is placed in the mixed air (before the coil) or Auto in the case the sensor is placed after the cooling coil. Found on the configuration page of the Trade version.

DAMPER AIA THRESHOLD

15 degrees 5 to 40 degrees

Damper threshold feature (Adaptive Integral Action) is the difference in the mixed air temperature reported by the MAT sensor and the MAT setpoint. Lower (2 degrees) transfer rate between the actual MAT sensor reading and the MAT setpoint normally means the damper is closing and opening faster. Larger transfer rate (up to 20 degrees) between the sensor reading and the setpoint normally means the damper is opening and closing slower. Used in applications where there is a large MA space or there is a long duct between the OA and the MA causing a delay. Found on the economizer page of the Trade version.

a Table 5 illustrates the complete hierarchy. Your menu parameters may be different depending on your configuration.

For example if you do not have a DCV (CO2) sensor, then none of the DCV parameters appear. b When values are displayed, pressing and holding the  or  button causes the display to automatically increment. c

n/a = not applicable

d ERV Operation: When in Cooling mode AND the conditions

are NOT OK for economizing - the ERV terminal will be energized. In the Heating mode the ERV terminal will be energized when the OA is below the ERV OAT setpoint in the setpoint menu. e When used with Honeywell communicating actuator the damper out is reported in XX.X% open versus XX.X Vdc. f After 10 minutes without a command or mode change, the controller will change to normal operation. g Default for AUX2 IN changed from SD to W1 with 1.15 firmware (June 2018). h Default for FAN SPEED changed from 1-speed to 2-speed with 1.15 firmware (June 2018).

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Table 6. Damper minimum position settings and readings on checkout menu. Fan Speed

Demand Control Ventilation (CO2 Sensor)

1

NO

MIN POS

VMAX-HS

1

NO

N/A

N/A

2

NO

MIN POS H

VMAX-HS

2

NO

MIN POS L

VMAX-LS

1

YES

VENT MIN

VMIN-HS

1

YES

VENT MAX

VMAX-HS

2

YES

VENT MIN H

VMIN-HS

2

YES

VENT MAX H

VMAX-LS

2

YES

VENT MINL

N/A

2

YES

VENT MAX L

N/A

Setpoints

Checkout

SEQUENCE OF OPERATION Table 7. Dry Bulb Operation No DCV (CO2 sensor) - 1 Speed Fan. DCV None

None

OA Good to economize? No

Yes

Y1-I Off

Y2-I

FAN SPD

Off

High

On

Off

On

On

Off On On

Y1-O

Y2-O

Occupied

Unoccupied

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

MIN POS

Closed

High

24-v/On

0-v/Off

MIN POS

Closed

High

24-v/On

24-v/On

MIN POS

Closed

Off

High

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

MIN POS

Closed

Off

High

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

MIN POS to FullOpen

Closed to Full-Open

On

High

24-v/On

0-v/Offa

MIN POS to FullOpen

Closed to Full-Open

a With stage 3 delay (STG3 DLY) in Advanced setup menu can turn on 2nd stage of

mechanical cooling Y2 –O after the

delay if the call for Y1-I and Y2-I have not been satisfied. Table 8. Dry Bulb Operation With DCV (CO2 sensor) - 1 Speed Fan. DCV

OA Good to economize?

Below CO2 No set

Yes

Above CO2 No set

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Y1-I

Y2-I

FAN SPD

Y1-O

Y2-O

Occupied

Unoccupied

Off

Off

High

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

VENTMIN

Closed

On

Off

High

24-v/On

0-v/Off

VENTMIN

Closed

On

On

High

24-v/On

24-v/On

VENTMIN

Closed

Off

Off

High

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

VENTMIN

Closed

On

Off

High

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

VENTMIN to FullOpen

Closed to Full-Open

On

On

High

24-v/On

0-v/Offa

VENTMIN to FullOpen

Closed to Full-Open

Off

Off

High

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

VENTMIN to VENTMAX

Closed

On

Off

High

24-v/On

0-v/Off

VENTMIN to VENTMAX

Closed

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DCV

OA Good to economize?

Yes

a

Y1-I

Y2-I

FAN SPD

Y1-O

Y2-O

Occupied

Unoccupied

On

On

High

24-v/On

24-v/On

VENTMIN to VENTMAX

Closed

Off

Off

High

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

VENTMIN to VENTMAX

Closed

On

Off

High

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

VENTMIN to FullOpen

Closed to Full-Open

On

On

High

24-v/On

0-v/Offa

VENTMIN to FullOpen

Closed to Full-Open

With stage 3 delay (STG3 DLY) in Advanced setup menu can turn on 2nd stage of mechanical cooling Y2 –O after the delay if the call for Y1-I and Y2-I have not been satisfied. Table 9. Enthalpy Operation No DCV (CO2 sensor) - 1 Speed Fan. DCV

None

None

OA Good to economize? No

Yes

Y1-I

Y2-I

FAN SPD

Y1-O

Y2-O

Occupied

Unoccupied

Off

Off

High

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

MIN POS

Closed

On

Off

High

24-v/On

0-v/Off

MIN POS

Closed

On

On

High

24-v/On

24-v/On

MIN POS

Closed

Off

Off

High

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

MIN POS

Closed

On

Off

High

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

MIN POS to FullOpen

Closed to Full-Open

On

On

High

24-v/On

0-v/Offa

MIN POS to FullOpen

Closed to Full-Open

a With stage 3 delay (STG3 DLY) in Advanced setup menu can turn on 2nd stage of

mechanical cooling Y2 –O after the

delay if the call for Y1-I and Y2-I have not been satisfied. Table 10. Enthalpy Operation With DCV (CO2 sensor) - 1 Speed Fan. DCV Below set

OA Good to economize? No

Yes

Above set No

Yes

Y1-I

Y2-I

FAN SPD

Y1-O

Y2-O

Occupied

Unoccupied

Off

Off

High

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

VENTMIN

Closed

On

Off

High

24-v/On

0-v/Off

VENTMIN

Closed

On

On

High

24-v/On

24-v/On

VENTMIN

Closed

Off

Off

High

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

VENTMIN

Closed

On

Off

High

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

VENTMIN to FullOpen

Closed to Full-Open

On

On

High

24-v/On

0-v/Offa

VENTMIN to FullOpen

Closed to Full-Open

Off

Off

High

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

VENTMIN to VENTMAX

Closed

On

Off

High

24-v/On

0-v/Off

VENTMIN L to VENTMAX

Closed

On

On

High

24-v/On

24-v/On

VENTMIN H to VENTMAX

Closed

Off

Off

High

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

VENTMIN L to VENTMAX

Closed

On

Off

High

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

VENTMIN to FullOpen

Closed to Full-Open

On

On

High

DELAYb 24-v/On

0-v/Offa

VENTMIN to FullOpen

Closed to Full-Open

a With stage 3 delay (STG3 DLY) in Advanced setup menu can turn on 2nd stage of

mechanical cooling Y2 –O after the delay if the call for Y1-I and Y2-I have not been satisfied. b With 2SP FAN DELAY (Advanced Setup Menu) when in the economizing mode there is a delay for the high speed fan to try to satisfy the call for second stage cooling by turning on the fan to high and opening the OA damper 100% before the first stage mechanical cooling is enabled. 27

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Table 11. Dry Bulb Operation No DCV (CO2 sensor) - 2 Speed Fan. DCV None

None

OA Good to economize? No

Yes

Y1-I

Y2-I

FAN SPD

Y1-O

Y2-O

Occupied

Unoccupied

Off

Off

Low

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

MIN POS L

Closed

On

Off

Low

24-v/On

0-v/Off

MIN POS L

Closed

On

On

High

24-v/On

24-v/On

MIN POS H

Closed

Off

Off

Low

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

MIN POS L

Closed

On

Off

Low

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

MIN POS L to Full- Closed to Full-Open Open

On

On

High

DELAYb 24-v/On

0-v/Offa

MIN POS H to Full- Closed to Full-Open Open

a

With stage 3 delay (STG3 DLY) in Advanced setup menu can turn on 2nd stage of mechanical cooling Y2 –O after the delay if the call for Y1-I and Y2-I have not been satisfied. b With 2SP FAN DELAY (Advanced Setup Menu) when in the economizing mode there is a delay for the high speed fan to try to satisfy the call for second stage cooling by turning on the fan to high and opening the OA damper 100% before the first stage mechanical cooling is enabled. Table 12. Dry Bulb Operation With DCV (CO2 sensor) - 2 Speed Fan. DCV Below set

OA Good to economize? No

Yes

Above set No

Yes

Y1-I

Y2-I

FAN SPD

Y1-O

Y2-O

Occupied

Unoccupied

Off

Off

Low

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

VENTMIN L

Closed

On

Off

Low

24-v/On

0-v/Off

VENTMIN L

Closed

On

On

High

24-v/On

24-v/On

VENTMIN H

Closed

Off

Off

Low

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

VENTMIN L

Closed

On

Off

Low

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

VENTMIN L to Full-Open

Closed to Full-Open

On

On

High

24-v/On

0-v/Offa

VENTMIN H to Full-Open

Closed to Full-Open

Off

Off

Low

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

VENTMIN L to VENTMAX

Closed

On

Off

Low

24-v/On

0-v/Off

VENTMIN L to VENTMAX

Closed

On

On

High

24-v/On

24-v/On

VENTMIN H to VENTMAX

Closed

Off

Off

Low

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

VENTMIN L to VENTMAX

Closed

On

Off

Low

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

VENTMIN L to Full-Open

Closed to Full-Open

On

On

High

DELAYb 24-v/On

0-v/Offa

VENTMIN H to Full-Open

Closed to Full-Open

aWith stage 3 delay

(STG3 DLY) in Advanced setup menu can turn on 2nd stage of mechanical cooling Y2 –O after the delay if the call for Y1-I and Y2-I have not been satisfied. b With 2SP FAN DELAY (Advanced Setup Menu) when in the economizing mode there is a delay for the high speed fan to try to satisfy the call for second stage cooling by turning on the fan to high and opening the OA damper 100% before the first stage mechanical cooling is enabled. Table 13. Enthalpy Operation No DCV (CO2 sensor) - 2 Speed Fan. DCV NO CO2 SENSOR

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Y1-I

Y2-I

FAN SPD

Y1-O

Y2-O

Occupied

Unoccupied

Off

Off

Low

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

MIN POS L

Closed

On

Off

Low

24-v/On

0-v/Off

MIN POS L

Closed

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DCV

OA Good to economize? Yes

Y1-I

Y2-I

FAN SPD

Y1-O

Y2-O

Occupied

Unoccupied

On

On

High

24-v/On

24-v/On

MIN POS H

Closed

Off

Off

Low

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

MIN POS L

Closed

On

Off

Low

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

MIN POS L to Full- Closed to Full-Open Open

On

On

High

DELAYb 24-v/On

0-v/Offa

MIN POS H to Full- Closed to Full-Open Open

a

With stage 3 delay (STG3 DLY) in Advanced setup menu can turn on 2nd stage of mechanical cooling Y2 –O after the delay if the call for Y1-I and Y2-I have not been satisfied. b With 2SP FAN DELAY (Advanced Setup Menu) when in the economizing mode there is a delay for the high speed fan to try to satisfy the call for second stage cooling by turning on the fan to high and opening the OA damper 100% before the first stage mechanical cooling is enabled. Table 14. Enthalpy Operation With DCV (CO2 sensor) - 2 Speed Fan. DCV Below set

OA Good to economize? No

Yes

Above set No

Yes

Y1-I

Y2-I

FAN SPD

Y1-O

Y2-O

Occupied VENTMIN L

Unoccupied

Off

Off

Low

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

Closed

On

Off

Low

24-v/On

0-v/Off

VENTMIN L

Closed

On

On

High

24-v/On

24-v/On

VENTMIN H

Closed

Off

Off

Low

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

VENTMIN L

Closed

On

Off

Low

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

VENTMIN L to Full-Open

Closed to Full-Open

On

On

High

24-v/On

0-v/Offa

VENTMIN H to Full-Open

Closed to Full-Open

Off

Off

Low

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

VENTMIN L to VENTMAX

Closed

On

Off

Low

24-v/On

0-v/Off

VENTMIN L to VENTMAX

Closed

On

On

High

24-v/On

24-v/On

VENTMIN H to VENTMAX

Closed

Off

Off

Low

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

VENTMIN L to VENTMAX

Closed

On

Off

Low

0-v/Off

0-v/Off

VENTMIN L to Full-Open

Closed to Full-Open

On

On

High

DELAYb 24-v/On

0-v/Offa

VENTMIN H to Full-Open

Closed to Full-Open

aWith stage 3 delay

(STG3 DLY) in Advanced setup menu can turn on 2nd stage of mechanical cooling Y2 –O after the delay if the call for Y1-I and Y2-I have not been satisfied. b With 2SP FAN DELAY (Advanced Setup Menu) when in the economizing mode there is a delay for the high speed fan to try to satisfy the call for second stage cooling by turning on the fan to high and opening the OA damper 100% before the first stage mechanical cooling is enabled.

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ECONOMIXING

DUAL ENTHALPY HIGH LIMIT

AVAILABLE NOT AVAILABLE

SINGLE ENTHALPY

) RH (%

P2 (T,RH)

ABSOLUTE HUMIDITY

RA

M HU

P1 (T,RH)

RA TEMP

EN TH AL PY

ES5

ES4

ES3

ES2

ES1

TEMPERATURE

HL M32286A

Fig. 22. Single Enthalpy curve and boundaries. Table 15. Single Enthalpy and Dual Enthalpy High Limit Curves. Point P1 Temp. Enthalpy Dewpoint (°F) (btu/lb/da) Temp. °F Humidity %RH

Point P2

Enthalpy Curve

Temp. Dry-Bulb (°F)

Temp. °F

Humidity %RH

ES1

80.0

60.0

28.0

80.0

36.8

66.3

80.1

ES2

75.0

57.0

26.0

75.0

39.6

63.3

80.0

ES3

70.0

54.0

24.0

70.0

42.3

59.7

81.4

ES4

65.0

51.0

22.0

65.0

44.8

55.7

84.2

ES5

60.0

48.0

20.0

60.0

46.9

51.3

88.5

HL

86.0

66.0

32.4

86.0

38.9

72.4

80.3

Two-Speed Fan Operation Enthalpy Settings When the OA temperature, enthalpy and dew point are below the respective setpoints, the Outdoor Air can be used for economizing. Fig. 22 shows the new single enthalpy boundaries in the W7220. There are 5 boundaries (setpoints ES1 through ES5), which are defined by dry bulb temperature, enthalpy and dew point. Refer to Table 15 for the ENTH CURVE setpoint values. To use enthalpy the W7220 must have a C7400S Sylkbus sensor for OA. The W7220 calculates the enthalpy and dew point using the OA temperature and humidity input from the OA sensor. When the OA temperature, OA humidity and OA dew point are all below the selected boundary, the economizer sets the economizing mode to YES, economizing is available. When conditions are above the selected boundary, the conditions are not good to economize and the mode is set to NO. Fig. 22 shows the 5 current boundaries. There is also a high limit boundary for differential enthalpy. The high limit boundary is ES1 when there are no stages of mechanical cooling energized and HL when a compressor stage is energized. Table 15 provides the values for each boundary limit.

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The later versions of the W7220 Jade controller have the capability to work with a system using a 2-speed supply fan. The W7220 does not control the supply directly but uses the following input status to determine the speed of the supply fan and controls the OA damper to the required position. State

Fan Speed

OCC

Low

Y1

Low

Y2

High

W

High

The W (heating mode) is not controlled by the W7220 but it requires the status to know where to position the OA damper for minimum position for the fan speed. The 2 speed fan delay is available when the system is programmed for 2 speed fan (in the System Setup menu item). The 2 speed fan delay is defaulted to 5 minutes and can be changed in the Advanced Setup menu item. When the unit has a call for Y1 In and in the free cooling mode and there is a call for Y2 In, the 2-speed fan delay starts and the OA damper will modulate 100% open, the supply fan should be set to high speed by the unit controller. After the delay one of two actions will happen: • The Y2 In call will be satisfied with the damper 100% open and fan on high speed and the call will turn off

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OR • If the call for additional cooling in the space has not been satisfied then the first stage of mechanical cooling will be enabled through Y1 Out or Y2 Out.

All setpoints and advanced settings are restoreda after any power loss or interruption.

CHECKOUT

Status

Inspect all wiring connections at the Economizer module’s terminals, and verify compliance with the installation wiring diagrams. For checkout, review the Status of each configured parameter and perform the Checkout tests. NOTE: See “Interface Overview” on page 18. for information about menu navigation and use of the keypad.

WARNING

Electrical Shock Hazard. Can cause severe injury, death or property damage. Disconnect power supply before beginning wiring or making wiring connections, to prevent electrical shock or equipment damage. If any wiring changes are required, first be sure to remove power from the Economizer module before starting work. Pay particular attention to verifying the power connection (24 Vac).

Power Up After the module is mounted and wired, apply power.

Initial Menu Display On initial start up, Honeywell displays on the first line and Economizer W7220 on the second line. After a brief pause, the revision of the software appears on the first line and the second line will be blank.

Power Loss (Outage or Brownout)

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a

All settings are stored in non-volatile flash memory.

Use the Status menu (see Table 5) to check the parameter values for the various devices and sensors configured. NOTE: See “Interface Overview” on page 18. for information about menu navigation and use of the keypad.

Checkout Tests Use the Checkout menu (Table 5) to test the damper operation and any configured outputs. Only items that are configured are shown in the Checkout menu. NOTE:

See “Interface Overview” on page 18. for information about menu navigation and use of the keypad.

To perform a Checkout test: 1. Scroll to the desired test in the Checkout menu using the  and  buttons. 2. Press the  button to select the item. 3. RUN? appears on the display. 4. Press the  button to start the test. 5. The unit pauses and then displays IN PROGRESS. 6. When all parameters have been tested, press the button (Menu up) to end the test (e.g. turn off the relay). The checkout tests can all be performed at the time of installation or any time during the operation of the system as a test that the system is operable.

CAUTION Equipment damage may result. Be sure to allow enough time for compressor startup and shutdown between checkout tests so that you do not short-cycle the compressors.

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JADE™ ECONOMIZER MODULE

TROUBLESHOOTING

Clearing Alarms

Alarms

Once the alarm has been identified and the cause has been removed (e.g. replaced faulty sensor), the alarm can be cleared from the display.

The Economizer module provides alarm messages that display on the 2-line LCD. NOTE: Upon power up, the module waits 60 minutes before checking for alarms. This allows time for all the configured devices (e.g. sensors, actuator) to become operational. The exception is the MA sensor which will alarm immediately. If one or more alarms are present and there has been no keypad activity for at least 5 minutes, the Alarms menu displays and cycles through the active alarms. You can also navigate to the Alarms menu at any time.

To clear an alarm, perform the following: 1. Navigate to the desired alarm. 2. Press the  button. 3. ERASE? displays. 4. Press the  button. 5. ALARM ERASED displays. 6.

Press the button (MenuUp/Exit) to complete the action and return to the previous menu.

NOTE: If an the alarm still exists after you clear it, it redisplays within 5 seconds.

By using this Honeywell literature, you agree that Honeywell will have no liability for any damages arising out of your use or modification to, the literature. You will defend and indemnify Honeywell, its affiliates and subsidiaries, from and against any liability, cost, or damages, including attorneys’ fees, arising out of, or resulting from, any modification to the literature by you.

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