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Integration Guide

BACnet™ Communication
Interface (BCI-I)
for IntelliPak™ and Commercial Self-contained

September 2009 ACC-SVP01B-EN


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Table of Contents
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Ordering Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
BACnet Protocol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
BCI-I Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Starting a Session of Tracer TU and Direct Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
IP Units Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
BACnet Object Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Change Baud Rate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Change Device ID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Stand-alone or BAS Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
IntelliPak Control Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
BAS Unit Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Periodic Update of BAS Values . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
BAS Communication Failure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Input/Output Commands and Calculations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
System Control Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Filter Timer Reset Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Diagnostics Reset Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Setpoint Calculations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Timestamp Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

BCI IntelliPak Rotary Switches and LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12


Rotary Switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
LEDs Description, Behavior, and Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
BACnet Data Points and Configuration Property Definitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
BACnet Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement (PICS) . . . . . . . 17
Standardized Device Profile (Annex L) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Interoperability Building Blocks (Annex K) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Segmentation Capability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Object Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
BACnet Protocol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Data Link Layer Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Device Address Binding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Networking Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

Object Data Points and Diagnostic Data Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24


Additional Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45

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Overview
The BACnet Communication Interface for IntelliPak (BCI-I) is comprised of a Tracer™ UC400
controller with interface software. It is a non-programmable communications module that allows
heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) equipment to communicate on a BACnet
communications network.
This guide provides:
• A list of ordering numbers
• A brief overview of the BACnet™ protocol
• BCI-I configuration information
• A explanation of the BCI-I device rotary switches and LEDs
• Data point configuration property definitions
• Tables listing object data points
• Additional resources
• A glossary of terms
Note: Users of this guide should have basic knowledge of BACnet protocol. For more detailed
information about this protocol, visit the company web site listed under “Additional
Resources,” p. 44.

Ordering Numbers
Order Number Description
X13651544-010 IntelliPak I; for software and hardware
C175218460010 IntelliPak I, II, and CSC; for field-installed kit

BACnet Protocol
The Building Automation and Control Network (BACnet and ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 135-2004)
protocol is a standard that allows building automation systems or components from different
manufacturers to share information and control functions. BACnet provides building owners the
capability to connect various types of building control systems or subsystems together for a variety
of reasons. In addition, multiple vendors can use this protocol to share information for monitoring
and supervisory control between systems and devices in a multi-vendor interconnected system.
The BACnet protocol identifies standard objects (data points) called BACnet objects. Each object
has a defined list of properties that provide information about that object. BACnet also defines a
number of standard application services that are used to access data and manipulate these objects
and provides a client/server communication between devices. For more information on BACnet
protocol, refer to “Additional Resources,” p. 44.

BACnet Testing Laboratory (BTL) Certification


The BCI-I supports the BACnet communication protocol and has been designed to meet the
requirements of the application-specific control profile. For more details, refer to the BTL web site
at www.bacnetassociation.org.

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BCI-I Configuration
This section will provide the following information when configuring the BCI-I:
• Overview
• Starting a session of Tracer TU and direct connection
• Resetting to factory default
• Configuring IP units
• Configuring BACnet objects
• Changing baud rate and device ID
• Input/output and equipment functions

Overview
The BCI-I device is designed as a self-configuring controller to accommodate the many possible
equipment configuration options available in the IntelliPak line of equipment. This self-configuring
device eliminates the need for the BAS technician having to create BACnet objects, minimizes the
risk of object configuration errors, and allows the IntelliPak unit to be quickly installed in the BAS.
The self-configuration process only creates objects that are appropriate for the feature set of the
specific IntelliPak unit the BCI-I is connected to. Once this process is complete, the device exits
factory mode and enters the normal mode of operation. At this point, the self-configuration process
will not start when power is applied to the device.
The set of objects listed in Table 3, p. 24 through Table 10, p. 31, are the super set of all possible
objects supported by the IntelliPak line of equipment. The BAS technician should query the device
for the list of actual objects that have been created in the device.

Starting a Session of Tracer TU and Direct Connection


Tracer TU is the service tool software that allows the technician to modify the operation of the
device and to discover the BACnet objects present in the device. To modify the device or discover
objects, the user must first connect to Tracer TU as follows:

WARNING: Remove power from the HVAC equipment before opening


electrical control panel.
1. Connect a USB cable directly between the laptop PC and the service port located on the front
of the BCI-I device. When connecting to the controller for the first time, the Found New
Hardware Wizard appears. Follow the wizard instructions to install the USB hardware driver.
2. Click either the Tracer TU desktop icon or the Tracer TU program item in the Tracer TU group
on the Start menu. The Tracer TU splash screen appears briefly followed by the Connect
dialog box.
3. Select the Direct Connection (Via USB cable) radio button if it is not already selected.
4. Click the Connect button and the Tracer TU main page will appear after successful connection.
Note: The BCI-I may be powered via the USB cable or 24 Vac from the HVAC unit. Concurrent
connection of unit power and the USB cable will not harm the BCI-I device.
For more detailed information about direct connection to Tracer TU, refer to the Tracer™ TU Service
Tool Getting Started Guide (TTU-SVN02) (X39641083).

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Reset to Factory Default


Factory default mode is the only mode the technician can use to set the units of measure for the
device or to scan the IntelliPak unit to create BACnet objects. The process of putting the device in
factory default mode must be run prior to executing units of measure configuration or the object
self-configuration process.

WARNING: Remove power from the HVAC equipment before


opening electrical control panel.
To reset the controller to factory default/unconfigured state:
1. Power down the unit. The IMC buss must not be active during reset.
2. Establish the connection between Tracer TU and the device. Follow the procedure, “Starting a
Session of Tracer TU and Direct Connection,” p. 5.
3. From the Utilities menu, select Controller and then Controller Settings. The Controller
Settings page appears.
4. On the controller settings page there is a gray bar at the bottom with Save/Cancel buttons.
Move the cursor near the left edge of the bar, keeping the cursor inside the bar. Click on this area
and a Clear Controller button will appear in the upper right portion of the page.
5. Click the Clear Controller button and a pop-up window will appear asking for confirmation to
reset the device. Click Yes.
6. After a few seconds a pop-up will appear confirming that the controller has been reset and
indicating that the controller will be rebooted. Click OK.
After the controller boots up, it will be in factory default state. The units of measure is SI (metric),
the MS/TP baud rate is 76,800, and there will be no BACnet objects present in the controller.
The controller must be in this state prior to changing the units of measure or self-configuring
the device. If using inch-pound units of measure, proceed to the next section, “IP Units
Configuration, otherwise, proceed to “BACnet Object Configuration.

IP Units Configuration
The BCI-I supports both inch-pound and SI (metric) units of measure. The factory default units of
measure is SI. The device allows only a change of units for all objects as a whole. Mixed units of
measure is not allowed. If the controller is not in factory default state, follow the previous
procedure, “Reset to Factory Default,” p. 6.
To change the units of measure in the device:
1. Establish the connection between Tracer TU and the BCI-I. Follow the procedure,“Starting a
Session of Tracer TU and Direct Connection,” p. 5.
2. From the Utilities drop-down menu, select Controller and then Controller Settings. The
page contains four configuration frames that are minimized. Expand the Controller Units
frame.
3. In the Device Units box of the frame, select IP units of measure radio button and then click
Save button in the lower right corner of the window. A pop-up will display indicating that
changes were saved to the controller. Select OK.
4. Exit Tracer TU and cycle power to the controller by disconnecting the USB plug and then
reconnecting the plug. After the controller boots up, it will be in factory default state, the units
of measure is IP, the MS/TP baud rate is 76,800, and there will be no BACnet objects present in
the controller.

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BACnet Object Configuration


Configuring BACnet objects is a self-configuring process. If the controller is not in factory default
state, follow the previous procedure, “Reset to Factory Default,” p. 6.
1. Remove the USB cable plug from the device.
2. Apply power to the HVAC equipment. After the device boots up, the self-configuration process
will begin. No further user action is required.
Note: Do not remove power while the device is in self-configuration mode. This typically takes
2 to 4 minutes to complete. Once complete, the device enters normal operating mode.

Change Baud Rate


The BCI-I device supports four baud rates: 9600, 19200, 38400, and 76800 baud. The default baud
rate is 76800 baud. The baud rate can be modified with Tracer TU.

WARNING: Remove power from the HVAC equipment before opening


electrical control panel.
To change baud rate:
1. Establish the connection between Tracer TU and the BCI-I. Follow the procedure,“Starting a
Session of Tracer TU and Direct Connection,” p. 5.
2. From the Utilities drop-down menu, select Controller and then Controller Settings. The
page contains four configuration frames that are minimized. Expand the Protocol frame.
3. Click on the drop down arrow for the Baud Rate list and select the desired baud rate.
4. Click Save button in the lower right corner of the window. A pop-up will display indicating that
changes were saved to the controller. Click OK.
5. Exit Tracer TU and disconnect the USB cable plug.
6. Apply power to the HVAC equipment.

Change Device ID
By default, the BCI-I device sets its device ID to the same value as the one defined by the rotary
switches (MS/TP MAC address) on the front of the device. Refer to the section, “Rotary Switches,”
p. 12. For simple networks, this is an easy method to guarantee unique device IDs across the link.
The device also supports the full range of device ID values as specified by the BACnet Standard.
Systems that require a more complex device ID convention are supported with Tracer TU, which
has the ability to set the device ID via software configuration.

WARNING: Remove power from the HVAC equipment before opening


electrical control panel.
The process for soft setting the device ID is as follows:
1. Establish the connection between Tracer TU and the BCI-I. Follow the procedure,“Starting a
Session of Tracer TU and Direct Connection,” p. 5.
2. From the Utilities drop-down menu, select Controller and then Controller Settings. The
page contains four configuration frames that are minimized. Expand the Protocol frame.
3. In the device ID box, select the check box next to Use Software Device ID to enable the
functionality. The swipe-and-type box becomes available.
4. Type in the desired device ID.

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5. Click the Save button in the lower right corner of the window. A pop-up will display indicating
that changes were saved to the controller. Click OK.
6. Exit Tracer TU and disconnect the USB service plug.
7. Apply power to the HVAC equipment.

Stand-alone or BAS Operation


The control system on HVAC equipment has the ability to operate the unit as a stand-alone system
or as part of a building automation system. The BCI-I (either factory or field installed), by default,
is configured for stand-alone operation. This configuration enables the HVAC equipment to operate
prior to the commissioning of the unit into the BAS.

IntelliPak Control Configuration


The IntelliPak control system must be configured at the human interface (HI) to support unit control
from the BAS. The technician should set/verify the following configuration properties as illustrated
below. The technician should also verify that the BAS Module Comm Failure diagnostic is not
present.

1. Configuration Menu

Configuration - Model Num Digit 34


BAS Communication Module Installed

Software Revision Number:


BAS Communications: BACnet 18.01
Human Interface Representation
2. Setup Menu

Unit Control: BAS/NETWORK

3. Diagnostics Menu

Active Diagnostic - - Auto Reset


None

BAS Unit Control


The BCI-I provides a method for a BAS to control the operation of HVAC equipment. This method
consists of BACnet objects that the BAS can access to control and monitor the status of equipment.
There are two sets of objects:
• Output objects; used by the BAS to provide command, setpoint, and sensor information to the
IntelliPak unit.
• Input objects; provide IntelliPak status information to the BAS. See tables 3 to 11 for the list of
objects supported.
The system allows the BAS technician to define the amount of control that the BAS system will
apply to the unit. This is done by configuring the state of the Out of Service property of the output
objects. If the property is set to True, the equipment will use a corresponding local value for control.
If the property is set to False, the local value is ignored and the BAS-supplied value is used for
control. The BAS value is provided to the IntelliPak by writing to the present value property of the
corresponding output object. The factory default value for the Out of Service property of these
objects is True.

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Periodic Update of BAS Values


The BCI-I device requires the BAS system to provide a periodic update to the sensor values. This
is required to protect against a loss of communication between the BAS and the BCI-I. By BACnet
definition, the present value of the object will maintain the last value written to it, regardless of the
amount of time that has elapsed since the last write. If communication is lost for several minutes
or longer, the present value of BAS-supplied sensor objects may no longer represent the current
state of environmental conditions. This may result in decreased occupant comfort and damage to
building systems.

BAS Communication Failure


The BCI-I is designed to minimize communication failure mode. It does this by monitoring the
length of time that has elapsed since the last write to the present value of the sensor object. If the
length of time exceeds a predefined limit, the BCI-I will place the object into the fault state and revert
to a unit-supplied sensor value for control. At power up, the sensor objects are set to a fault state
and they will remain in this state until a write is detected. The minimum periodic refresh rate for
the objects is defined in Table 3, p. 24. The following list is a set of sensor values that can be
supplied by the BAS:
• Space Static Pressure BAS
• Space Air Temperature BAS
• Discharge Air Temperature BAS
• Duct Static Air Pressure BAS
• Outdoor Air Temperature BAS
• Outdoor Air Humidity BAS
• Outdoor Airflow BAS
• Space CO2 Concentration BAS
• Space Humidity BAS

Input/Output Commands and Calculations


This section will provide the following information about certain inputs and outputs that perform
unique control commands and calculations:
• System control command
• Filter timer and diagnostic reset commands
• Setpoint calculations

System Control Command


Binary Output Object 1, has a special importance in the system. The object allows the BAS to
command the unit to run in a local or BAS control mode. When the present value property of the
object is set to Local Control, the IntelliPak unit will enter local control and ignore BAS supplied
values. In this mode, the unit will use local sensor and setpoint values. When the object present
value property is set to BAS Control, the IntelliPak unit will use the values supplied by the BAS
system for unit control.

Filter Timer Reset Command


The BCI-I uses the Filter Runtime Hours object (AI 6) to generate a diagnostic when its present value
is greater than the Filter Runtime Hours Setpoint, (AV 1) present value. The procedure for resetting
the timer is as follows:

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The BAS will change the state of the Filter Timer Reset Command object (BO 13) to the active
state. Upon the change to active state, the BCI-I will set the present value of the Filter Runtime
Hours object to zero and then set the Reset Command object back to the inactive state.

Diagnostics Reset Command


The IntelliPak control system monitors the operation of the HVAC equipment. If an abnormal
condition is detected, a diagnostic message is displayed on the human interface of the equipment
control panel. In addition, the set of internal diagnostics is mapped to the set of BACnet binary input
objects, as listed in Table 9, p. 31. The corresponding BI object will change state from inactive to
active when the diagnostic is detected. The object has been configured to send a BACnet event
message to external BACnet devices as defined by the protocol.
The BAS has the ability to reset internal diagnostics by controlling the state of the Diagnostic Reset
Command object (BO 14). The procedure for resetting diagnostics is as follows:
The BAS will change the state of the Diagnostic Reset to the active state. Upon the change to
active state, the IntelliPak control system will reset all internal diagnostics and set the state of
all of the diagnostic objects to inactive. Upon completion of this action, the BCI-I will set the
present value of the Diagnostic Reset Command object back to the inactive state.

Setpoint Calculations
The equipment has the ability to perform two basic control functions:
• Space air temperature control
• Discharge air temperature control
When the unit is configured for discharge air control, it controls the temperature of the air leaving
the unit to the discharge air temperature setpoint.
When the unit is configured for space air temperature control, it controls the air temperature of the
space that contains the space air temperature sensor. This value may be provided by wiring the
sensor to the unit or via a sensor value provided by the BAS.
The drawing below describes how the various temperature setpoints are calculated for space
temperature control. When the unit is in an occupied mode the active space temperature setpoint
is calculated based on the space temperature setpoint and the two setpoint offset values. In
unoccupied mode, the unoccupied heating and cooling setpoints are used as the active setpoint.

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Timestamp Configuration
The BCI-C device has a software-derived clock that maintains the time and date. The device requires
the current time to enable it to record a timestamp when an event or a change in state is detected
by a BACnet object. However, in the event of a power loss, the device does not maintain this time
and date information. At powerup, the device time and date will default to 12:00 pm., Jan 1, 1970.
To minimize the possibility that the unit timestamp is not representing the actual time, the BAS
should be setup to periodically synchronize the device time clock with the BAS clock using the
BACnet TimeSynchronization service.

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BCI IntelliPak Rotary Switches and LEDs


This section provides information about the BCI-I rotary switches and LED displays.

Rotary Switches
There are three rotary switches on the front of the BCI-I device that are used to define a three-digit
address when the BCI-I is installed on a BACnet communications network. The three-digit address
setting is the BACnet MAC address.
Note: All devices are MSTP masters with valid MAC addresses of 001 to 127 for BACnet.

Figure 1. Setting rotary switches

Before

After
ADDRESS
90 1 90 1 90 1
2 3

2 3

2 3
7 8

7 8

7 8

4 56 4 56 4 56

x100 x10 x1

Example of before and


after setting addresses

Important: Each device on the BACnet/MSTP link must have a unique rotary switch setting, otherwise, communication problems will occur.

Use a 1/8 inch


901
flathead screwdriver 
23
78

456

to set rotary switches.

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LEDs Description, Behavior, and Troubleshooting


There are 15 LEDs on the front of the BCI-I unit. However, LEDs BO1 through BO9 are not used for
the BCI-I controller. Figure 2 shows the locations of each LED. The following table provides a
description of each LED activity, an indication or troubleshooting tips for each, and any notes.

Figure 2. LED locations

Marquee LED

LINK IMC
TX
RX
SERVICE

Table 1. LED Activities and Troubleshooting Tips


Indication or Troubleshooting
LED Name Activities Tip (Denoted in Bullets) Notes
Shows solid green when the unit is Indicates normal operation
powered and no problems exist

• If low power; could be under voltage


or the microprocessor has
malfunction. Follow the troubleshoot
Shows solid red when the unit is procedure “24 Vac Measurement,”
powered, but represents low power or a p. 15 to measure for the expected
malfunction value range.
• If malfunction; unpower and then
repower unit to bring the device back
up to normal operation.

Alarm; when an alarm is triggered, for


Marquee LED
example, when a point goes into fault
Shows blinking red when an a BACnet
condition because of point failure or
object is in a fault condition
there is an indication of a custom alarm
in TGP2

• Verify that the IPC wiring harness is


Shows blinking green when the device connected to the IMC link terminals.
does not detect the IMC buss • Verify the polarity of the IPC wiring
harness at the unit terminals.

Indicates power is OFF or there is a


malfunction
LED not lit
• OFF or malfunction; cycle the power.

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Table 1. LED Activities and Troubleshooting Tips


Indication or Troubleshooting
LED Name Activities Tip (Denoted in Bullets) Notes
Blinks at the data transfer rate when the TX LED: Regardless of connectivity or
TX blinks green unit transfers data to other devices on not, this LED will constantly blink as it
the link continually looks for devices to
communicate to.
Blinks at the data transfer rate when the
unit receives data from other devices on LED not lit:
the link Determine if, for example, a Tracer SC or
RX blinks yellow
Link and IMC BACnet device is trying to talk to the
• ON solid yellow; indicates there is controller or if it is capable of talking to
reverse polarity the controller. Also determine if the
communication status shows down all of
Indicates that the controller is not
the time.
detecting communication
LED not lit
Refer to “Ground Measurements,” p. 16
• Not lit; cycle the power to reestablish
for a check-out procedure.
communication

Indicates someone is pressing this LED Press and hold during power up to place
Shows solid green or the controller is not operating controller into boot code or press and
normally hold for a count of approximately 10
seconds to clear the Device ID.
Indicates controllers is not accessing
Service application software
Blinks green What is Boot Code? When the UC400
is placed into boot code, the system
• Restore; using TU service tool will not run any applications such as

LED not lit Indicates controller is operating normally trending, scheduling, and TGP2
runtime.

Binary 01 to Binary 09 Not Used

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24 Vac Measurement

General Information Checkout Procedure Measurement Expected Value


Checking the voltage that is Measure AC voltage with the
powering the UC400 is often a UC400 connected. Perform this
Step 1 20.0 Vac ≤ Vac ≤ 30.0 Vac
necessary step when commissioning measurement while the unit is
or troubleshooting. Operational under load.
issues and LED operation may result
in a need to measure the input
power.

When troubleshooting, it is faster to


take measurements while the load is Measure AC voltage with the
in place. If Step 1 indicates an out- UC400 unconnected. Perform this
of-specification voltage, disconnect Step 2 measurement while the unit is not
20.0 Vac ≤ Vac ≤ 30.0 Vac
the UC400 and measure the AC under load.
voltage across the transformer.
These measurements can direct the
technician towards the problem
source.

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Ground Measurements

General Information and Checkout Procedure Measurement Expected Value


Method 1: Measure AC current Vac ≤ 2.0 V
AC voltage between shield conductors and device chassis ground- across the current
the voltage difference between BACnet MS/TP device chassis ground termination and confirm
connections should be close to zero. If the voltage difference is greater that that only one end of the
4.0 Vac, there will be marginal communication or intermittent shield conductor is tied to
communication problems. If the voltage difference is greater that 7.0 Vac, the earth ground
some devices will no longer communicate.
Method 2: Measure AC current Vac ≤ 4.0 V
AC voltage between earth ground and device chassis ground- the across the current (Must comply with National Electrical
chassis ground of the UC400 needs to be connected to earth ground by termination and confirm Code™and local electrical codes)
some route. that only one end of the
shield conductor is tied to
Note: Do not assume that the building frame is a valid earth ground. the earth ground

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BACnet Data Points and Configuration Property


Definitions
The BCI device allows an IntelliPak control system to communicate with BACnet systems and
devices using BACnet MS/TP. This section includes information about:
• BACnet protocol implementation conformance statement (PICS)
• Object types: descriptions and configuration (refer to Table 2, p. 19)
• BACnet protocol: data link layers, device address binding, networking options, and character
sets
• Object data points and configurations

BACnet Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement (PICS)


Standardized Device Profile (Annex L)

Profile Description Supported Profile


BACnet Advanced Application Controller (B-AAC)

BACnet Application Specific Controller (B-ASC) 9


BACnet Building Controller (B-BC)
BACnet Operator Workstation (B-OWS)
BACnet Smart Actuator (B-SA)
BACnet Smart Sensor (B-SS)

Interoperability Building Blocks (Annex K)

Data Sharing Description Supported BIBB


Data Sharing-COV-B (DS-COV-B)

Data Sharing-ReadProperty-A (DS-RP-A) 9


Data Sharing-ReadProperty-B (DS-RP-B) 9
Data Sharing-ReadPropertyMultiple-B (DS-RPM-B) 9
Data Sharing-WriteProperty-A (DS-WP-A) 9
Data Sharing-WriteProperty-B (DS-WP-B) 9
Data Sharing-WritePropertyMultiple-B (DS-WPM-B) 9
Alarm and Event Management Description Supported BIBB

Alarm and Event-ACKI-B (AE-ACK-B) 9


Alarm and Event-Alarm Summary-B (AE-ASUM-B) 9
Alarm and Event-Enrollment Summary-B (AE-ESUM-B) 9
Alarm and Event-Information-B (AE-INFO-B) 9
Alarm and Event-Notification Internal-B (AE-N-I-B)
9

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Trending Description Supported BIBB

Trending-Automated Trend Retrieval-B (T-ATR-B) 9


Trending-viewing and Modifying Trends Internal-B (T-VMT-I-B) 9
Device Management Description Supported BIBB

Device Management-Backup and Restore-B (DM-BR-B) 9


Device Management-Device Communication Control-B (DM-DCC-B) 9
Device Management-Dynamic Device Binding-A (DM-DDB-A) 9
Device Management-Dynamic Device Binding-B (DM-DDB-B) 9
Device Management-Dynamic Object Binding-B (DM-DOB-B) 9
Device Management-List Manipulation-B (DM-LM-B) 9
Device Management-Object Creation and Deletion-B (DM-OCD-B) 9
Device Management-Private Transfer-A (DM-PT-A) 9
Device Management-Private Transfer-B (DM-PT-B) 9
Device Management-Reinitialize Device-B (DM-RD-B) 9
Device Management-TimeSynchronization-B (DM-TS-B) 9

Segmentation Capability

Segmentation Description Supported Segment


Segmented Requests/ Window Size: 1 9
Segmented Responses/ Window Size: 1 9

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Object Types
Table 2. Descriptions and configurations
Ability
Object to Ability to
Type Required Properties Read Properties Written(a) Optional Properties Read Create Delete
Analog • Object_Identifier • Object_Name • Description Yes Yes, only
Input • Object_Name • Description • Reliability user created
• Object_Type • Out_Of_Service • Min_Pres_Value objects
• Present_Value • Present_Value • Max_Pres_Value
• Status_Flags • Reliability • COV_Increment
• Event_State • Min_Pres_Value • Time_Delay
• Out_Of_Service • Max_Pres_Value • Notification _Class
• Units • COV_Increment • High_Limit
• Time_Delay • Low_Limit
• Notification_Class • Deadband
• High_Limit • Limit_Enable
• Low_Limit • Event_Enable
• Deadband • Acked_Transitions
• Limit_Enable • Notify_Type
• Event_Enable • Event_Time_Stamps
• Notify_Type
Analog • Object_Identifier • Object_Name • Description Yes Yes, only
Output • Object_Name • Description • Reliability user created
• Object_Type • Out_Of_Service • Min_Pres-Value objects
• Present_Value • Present_Value • Max_Pres_Value
• Status_Flags • Reliability • COV_Increment
• Event_State • Min_Pres_Value • Time_Delay
• Out_Of_Service • Max_Pres_Value • Notification _Class
• Units • Relinquish_Default • High_Limit
• Priority_Array • COV_Increment • Low_Limit
• Relinquish_Default • Time_Delay • Deadband
• Notification_Class • Limit_Enable
• High_Limit • Event_Enable
• Low_Limit • Acked_Transitions
• Deadband • Notify_Type
• Limit_Enable • Event_Time_Stamps
• Event_Enable
• Notify_Type
Analog • Object_Identifier • Object_Name • Description Yes Yes, only
Value • Object_Name • Description • Reliability user created
• Object_Type • Out_Of_Service • Priority_Array objects
• Present_Value • Present_Value • Relinquish_Default
• Status_Flags • Reliability • COV_Increment
• Event_State • Relinquish_Default • Time_Delay
• Out_Of_Service • COV_Increment • Notification_Class
• Units • Time_Delay • High_Limit
• Notification_Class • Low_Limit
• High_Limit • Deadband
• Low_Limit • Limit_Enable
• Deadband • Event_Enable
• Limit_Enable • Acked_Transitions
• Event_Enable • Notify_Type
• Notify_Type • Event_Time_Stamps
Binary • Object_Identifier • Object_Name • Description Yes Yes, only
Input • Object_Name • Description • Inactive_Text user created
• Object_Type • Out_Of_Service • Active_Text objects
• Present_Value • Inactive_Text • Change_Of_State_Time
• Status_Flags • Active_Text • Change_Of_State_Count
• Event_State • Present_Value • Time_Of_State_Count_Reset
• Out_Of_Service • Reliability • Elapsed_Active_Time
• Polarity • Change_Of_State_Count • Time_Of_Active_Time_Reset
• Elapsed_Active_Time • Time_Delay
• Time_Delay • Notification_Class
• Notification_Class • Alarm_Value
• Alarm_Value • Event_Enable
• Event_Enable • Acked_Transitions
• Acked_Transitions • Notify_Type
• Notify_Type • Event_Time_Stamps
• Reliability

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Table 2. Descriptions and configurations (continued)


Ability
Object to Ability to
Type Required Properties Read Properties Written(a) Optional Properties Read Create Delete
Binary • Object_Identifier • Object_Name • Description Yes Yes, only
Output • Object_Name • Description • Inactive_Text user created
• Object_Type • Out_Of_Service • Active_Text objects
• Present_Value • Inactive_Text • Change_Of_State_Time
• Status_Flags • Active_Text • Change_Of_State_Count
• Event_State • Present_Value • Time_Of_State_Count_Reset
• Out_Of_Service • Reliability • Elapsed_Active_Time
• Polarity • Change_Of_State_Count • Time_Of_Active_Time_Reset
• Priority_Array • Elapsed_Active_Time • Minimum_On_Time
• Relinquish_Default • Minimum_On_Time • Minimum_Off_Time
• Minimum_Off_Time • Time_Delay
• Relinquish_Default • Notification_Class
• Time_Delay • Feedback_Value
• Notification_Class • Event_Enable
• Event_Enable • Acked_Transitions
• Acked_Transitions • Notify_Type
• Notify_Type • Event_Time_Stamps
• Reliability
Binary • Object_Identifier • Object_Name • Description Yes Yes, only
Value • Object_Name • Description • Inactive_Text user created
• Object_Type • Out_Of_Service • Active_Text objects
• Present_Value • Inactive_Text • Change_Of_State_Time
• Status_Flags • Active_Text • Change_Of_State_Count
• Event_State • Present_Value • Time_Of_State_Count_Reset
• Out_Of_Service • Reliability • Elapsed_Active_Time
• Polarity • Change_Of_State_Count • Time_Of_Active_Time_Reset
• Elapsed_Active_Time • Priority_Array
• Minimum_On_Time • Relinquish_Default
• Minimum_Off_Time • Minimum_On_Time
• Relinquish_Default • Minimum_Off_Time
• Time_Delay • Time_Delay
• Notification_Class • Notification_Class
• Alarm_Value • Alarm_Value
• Event_Enable • Event_Enable
• Acked_Transitions • Acked_Transitions
• Notify_Type • Notify_Type
• Event_Time_Stamps
• Reliability
Device • Object_Identifier • Object_Name • Location None None
• Object_Name • Location • Description
• Object_Type • Description • Max_Segments_Accepted
• System_Status • APDU_Segment_Timeout • APDU_Segment_Timeout
• Vendor_Name • APDU_Timeout • Max_Master
• Vendor_Identifier • Number_Of_APDU_Retries • Max_Info_Frames
• Model_Name • Backup_Failure_Timeout • Local_Time
• Firmware_Revision • Local_Date
• Application_Software_Version • Configuration_Files
• Protocol_Version • Last_Restore_Time
• Protocol_Revision • Backup_Failure_Timeout
• Protocol_Services_Supported • Active_COV_Subscriptions
• Protocol_Object_Types_Supported
• Object_List
• Max_APDU_Length_Accepted
• Segmentation_Supported
• APDU_Timeout
• Number_Of_APDU_Retries
• Device_Address_Binding
• Database_Revision
Event • Object_Identifier • Object_Name • None Yes Yes, only
Enrollment • Object_Name • Notify_Type user created
Object • Object_Type • Event_Parameters objects
• Event_Type • Object_Property_Reference
• Notify_Type • Event_Enable
• Event_Parameters • Notification_Class
• Object_Property_Reference
• Event_State
• Event_Enable
• Acked_Transitions
• Notification_Class
• Event_Time_Stamps

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Table 2. Descriptions and configurations (continued)


Ability
Object to Ability to
Type Required Properties Read Properties Written(a) Optional Properties Read Create Delete
Multistate • Object_Identifier • Object_Name • State_Text Yes Yes, only
Input • Object_Name • Description • Reliability user created
• Object_Type • State_Text • Time_Delay objects
• Present_Value • Out_Of_Service • Notification_Class
• Status_Flags • Present_Value • Alarm_Values
• Event_State • Reliability • Fault_Values
• Out_Of_Service • Time_Delay • Event_Enable
• Number_Of_States • Notification_Class • Acked_Transitions
• Alarm_Values • Notify_Type
• Fault_Values • Event_Time_Stamps
• Event_Enable
• Notify_Type
Multistate • Object_Identifier • Object_Name • State_Text Yes Yes, only
Output • Object_Name • Description • Reliability user created
• Object_Type • State_Text • Relinquish_Default objects
• Present_Value • Out_Of_Service • Time_Delay
• Status_Flags • Present_Value • Notification_Class
• Event_State • Reliability • Feedback_Values
• Out_Of_Service • Time_Delay • Event_Enable
• Number_Of_States • Notification_Class • Acked_Transitions
• Priority_Array • Event_Enable • Notify_Type
• Relinquish Default • Notify_Type • Event_Time_Stamps
Multistate • Object_Identifier • Object_Name • State_Text Yes Yes, only
Value • Object_Name • Description • Reliability user created
• Object_Type • State_Text • Relinquish_Default objects
• Present_Value • Out_Of_Service • Time_Delay
• Status_Flags • Present_Value • Notification_Class
• Event_State • Reliability • Alarm_Values
• Out_Of_Service • Priority_Array • Fault_Values
• Number_Of_States • Relinquish_Default • Event_Enable
• Time_Delay • Acked_Transitions
• Notification_Class • Notify_Type
• Alarm_Values • Event_Time_Stamps
• Fault_Values
• Event_Enable
• Notify_Type
Notification • Object_Identifier • Object_Name None Yes Yes, only
Class • Object_Name • Priority user created
• Object_Type • Ack_Required objects
• Notification_Class • Recipient_List
• Priority
• Ack_Required
• Recipient_List
Trend • Object_Identifier • Object_Name • Start_Time Yes Yes, only
• Object_Name • Log_Enable • Stop_Time user created
• Object_Type • Start_Time • Log_DeviceObjectProperty objects
• Log_Enable • Stop_Time • Log_Interval
• Stop_When_Full • Log_DeviceObjectProperty • Stop_When_Full
• Buffer_Size • Log_Interval • Buffer_Size
• Log_Buffer • Stop_When_Full • Notification_Threshold
• Record_Count • Buffer_Size • Records_Since_Notification
• Total_Record_Count • Log_Buffer • Last_Notify_Record
• Event_State • Record_Count • Notification_Class
• Notification_Threshold • Event_Enable
• Notification_Class • Acked_Transitions
• Event_Enable • Event_Time_Stamps
• Notify_Type
(a)Properties written for Present_Value and Reliability only if Out_of_Service is TRUE.

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BACnet Protocol
Data Link Layer Options

Supported
Data Link Layer Description
Option
ANSI/ATA 878.1, 2.5 Mb ARCNET (Clause 8)

ANSI/ATA 878.1, RS-485 ARCNET (Clause 8), Baud Rate(s)

BACnet IP, (Annex J)

BACnet IP, (Annex J), Foreign Device

ISO 8802-3, Ethernet (Clause 7)(10Base2, 10Base5, 10BaseT, Fiber)

LonTalk, (Clause 11), Medium

MS/TP Master (Clause 9), Baud Rate(s): 9600, 19200, 38400, 76800, and 115200 @1.5% Nominal Baud Rate 9
MS/TP Slave (Clause 9), Baud Rate(s)

Other

Point-to-Point, EIA 232 (Clause 10), Baud Rate(s): 9600, 19200, 38400

Point-to-Point, Modem (Clause 10), Baud Rate(s): 9600, 19200, 38400

Device Address Binding

Device Address Binding Supported?

Static Device Binding Supported 9

Networking Options

Supported
Networking Descriptions Option
Annex H, BACnet Tunneling

BACnet/IP Broadcast Management Device (BBMD)

Does the BBMD Support Registrations by Foreign Devices?

Router

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Character Sets
Indicates support for multiple characters sets, but does not imply that all character sets are
supported simultaneously. Maximum supported string length is 64 bytes (any character set).

Character Set Descriptions Supported

ANSI X3.4 9
IBM/Microsoft DBCS

ISO 10646 (UCS-4)

ISO 10646 (UCS2) 9


ISO 8859-1 9
JIS C 6226

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Object Data Points and Diagnostic Data Points


For quick reference, the following tables are listed two different ways. Tables 2 through 9 are listed
by input/output type and sorted by object identifier. These tables provide the user with the units
type for each object type. Table 11, p. 34 and Table 12, p. 38 are sorted by object name and provide
a complete list of object names, types, values/ranges, and descriptions. Not all points are available
to the user. The available data points are defined during self-configuration and are dependent on
the type of equipment.
Table 3. Analog Output
Refresh
Rate
Object Identifier Object Name Description Units Valid Range (Sec.)
BAS supplied economizer
Analog Output, 1 Economizer Minimum Position Setpoint BAS position minimum setpoint Percent (98) 0 to 100 NA
value.

Base value to calculate setpoints


Analog Output, 2 Space Air Temperature Setpoint BAS Degrees-Fahrenheit (64) 50.0 to 90.0 NA
in occupied and standby modes.

BAS supplied temperature


Analog Output, 4 Morning Warmup Setpoint BAS setpoint used in morning Degrees-Fahrenheit (64) 50.0 to 90.0 NA
warmup mode.

Daytime Warmup Terminate Temperature BAS supplied daytime warmup


Analog Output, 5 Degrees-Fahrenheit (64) 50.0 to 87.0 NA
Setpoint BAS terminate temperature setpoint.

BAS supplied discharge air


Analog Output, 6 Discharge Air Cooling Setpoint BAS temperature cooling setpoint Degrees-Fahrenheit (64) 40.0 to 90.0 NA
value.

BAS supplied discharge air


Analog Output, 7 Discharge Air Heating Setpoint BAS temperature heating setpoint Degrees-Fahrenheit (64) 40.0 to 180.0 NA
value.
BAS supplied duct static air 0.70 to 4.30 (Ipak I)
Analog Output, 8 Duct Static Air Pressure Setpoint BAS Inches-of-water (58) NA
pressure setpoint value. 0.70 to 5.10 (Ipak II)

0.03 to 0.30
BAS supplied space static air
Analog Output, 9 Space Static Air Pressure Setpoint BAS Inches-of-water (58) -0.02 to 0.30 NA
pressure setpoint value.
(enhanced StatiTrac)
-0.28 to 0.50
BAS supplied space static air
Analog Output, 10 Space Static Air Pressure BAS Inches-of-water (58) -0.67 to 0.67 900
pressure sensor value.
(enhanced StatiTrac)

BAS supplied space air


Analog Output, 11 Space Air Temperature BAS Degrees-Fahrenheit (64) -39.5 to 200.0 900
temperature sensor value.

BAS supplied discharge air


Analog Output, 12 Discharge Air Temperature BAS Degrees-Fahrenheit (64) -39.5 to 200.0 900
temperature sensor value.
BAS supplied duct static air 0.0 to 5.0 (Ipak I)
Analog Output, 13 Duct Static Air Pressure BAS Inches-of-water (58) 900
pressure sensor value. 0.0 to 7.9 (Ipak II)

BAS supplied outdoor air


Analog Output, 14 Outdoor Air Temperature BAS Degrees-Fahrenheit (64) -39.5 to 200.0 900
temperature sensor value.
BAS supplied outdoor air
Analog Output, 15 Outdoor Air Humidity BAS Percent (98) 10.0 to 90.0 900
humidity sensor value.

BAS supplied minimum outdoor


Analog Output, 16 Outdoor Air Minimum Flow Setpoint BAS Cubic-feet-per-minute (84) 0 to 60,000 NA
airflow setpoint.

BAS supplied outdoor airflow


Analog Output, 17 Outdoor Air Flow BAS Cubic-feet-per-minute (84) 0 to 65,000 900
sensor value.

BAS supplied space CO2 sensor


Analog Output, 18 Space CO2 Concentration BAS Parts-per-million 50 to 2,200 900
value.

BAS supplied cooling demand


Analog Output, 19 Cool Capacity Enable Setpoint BAS Percent (98) 0 to 100 NA
limit capacity setpoint value.

BAS supplied heating demand


Analog Output, 20 Heat Capacity Enable Setpoint BAS Percent (98) 0 to 100 NA
limit capacity setpoint value.

BAS supplied space


Analog Output, 21 Space Dehumidification Setpoint BAS Percent (98) 40 to 65 NA
dehumidification setpoint value.
BAS supplied discharge air
Analog Output, 22 Discharge Air Dewpoint Setpoint BAS Degrees-Fahrenheit (64) 45.0 to 75.0 NA
dewpoint setpoint value.

BAS supplied discharge air


Analog Output, 23 Discharge Air Reheat Setpoint BAS Degrees-Fahrenheit (64) 65.0 to 80.0 NA
reheat setpoint value.

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Table 3. Analog Output (continued)


Refresh
Rate
Object Identifier Object Name Description Units Valid Range (Sec.)
BAS supplied space humidity
Analog Output, 25 Space Humidity BAS Percent (98) 10 to 90 900
sensor value.

BAS supplied space


Analog Output, 26 Space Humidification Setpoint BAS Percent (98) 20 to 50 NA
humidification setpoint value.

Offset used to calculate setpoints


Analog Output, 29 Occupied Temperature Offset BAS Degrees-Fahrenheit (64) 1.0 to 5.0 NA
in occupied mode.

Offset value used to calculate


Analog Output, 30 Standby Temperature Offset BAS Degrees-Fahrenheit (64) 1.0 to 10.0 NA
setpoints in standby mode.

Cooling temperature setpoint


Unoccupied Cooling Temperature Setpoint
Analog Output, 31 used for control in unoccupied Degrees-Fahrenheit (64) 52.0 to 88.0 NA
BAS
mode.

Heating temperature setpoint


Unoccupied Heating Temperature Setpoint
Analog Output, 32 used for control in unoccupied Degrees-Fahrenheit (64) 50.0 to 90.0 NA
BAS
mode.

Table 4. Analog Input

Object Identifier Object Name Description Units (Listed Are Defaults)

Analog Input, 1 Cooling Capacity Status Indicates the unit cooling capacity being utilized. Percent (98)

Indicates the unit primary heating capacity being


Analog Input, 2 Heat Primary Capacity Status Percent (98)
utilized.

Indicates the unit secondary heating capacity being


Analog Input, 3 Heat Secondary Capacity Status Percent (98)
utilized.

Indicates the unit reheat heating capacity being


Analog Input, 5 Reheat Capacity Status Percent (98)
utilized.

Indicates the number of hours air has flowed through


Analog Input, 6 Filter Runtime Hours Hours (71)
the filter.

Analog Input, 7 Supply Fan Speed Command Indicates the unit commanded supply fan speed. Percent (98)

Analog Input, 8 Exhaust Fan Speed Command Indicates the unit commanded exhaust fan speed. Percent (98)

Analog Input, 9 Exhaust Damper Position Status Indicates the unit exhaust damper position. Percent (98)

Analog Input, 10 Return Fan Speed Command Indicates the unit commanded return fan speed. Percent (98)

Analog Input, 11 Outdoor Air Damper Position Status Indicates the unit outdoor air damper position. Percent (98)

Analog Input, 12 Waterside Economizer Valve Position Status Indicates the unit waterside economizer valve position. Percent (98)
Analog Input, 13 Frost Avoidance Temperature Setpoint Indicates the frost coil avoidance temperature setpoint. Degrees-Fahrenheit (64)

Analog Input, 14 Condenser Capacity Status Indicates the unit condenser capacity being utilized. Percent (98)

Analog Input, 15 Space Temperature Active The space temperature currently used for unit control. Degrees-Fahrenheit (64)

Analog Input, 16 Space Humidity Active The space humidity value from a unit-mounted control. Percent-relative-humidity (29)

Analog Input, 17 Space Enthalpy The space enthalpy value from a unit-mounted control. BTUs-per-pound (117)

The outdoor air temperature currently used for unit


Analog Input, 18 Outdoor Air Temperature Active Degrees-Fahrenheit (64)
control.

The outdoor air temperature value from a unit-


Analog Input, 19 Outdoor Air Temperature Local Degrees-Fahrenheit (64)
mounted sensor.
Analog Input, 20 Outdoor Air Humidity Active The outdoor air humidity value used for unit control. Percent-relative-humidity (29)

The outdoor air humidity value from a unit-mounted


Analog Input, 21 Outdoor Air Humidity Local Percent-relative-humidity (29)
sensor.

The outdoor air dewpoint value being utilized by the


Analog Input, 22 Outdoor Air Dewpoint Degrees-Fahrenheit (64
unit.
The outdoor air enthalpy value being utilized by the
Analog Input, 23 Outdoor Air Enthalpy BTUs-per-pound (117)
unit.

The discharge air temperature currently used for unit


Analog Input, 24 Discharge Air Temperature Active Degrees-Fahrenheit (64)
control.

The mixed air temperature value from a unit-mounted


Analog Input, 25 Mixed Air Temperature Degrees-Fahrenheit (64
sensor.

The return air temperature value from a unit-mounted


Analog Input, 26 Return Air Temperature Degrees-Fahrenheit (64
sensor.

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Table 4. Analog Input (continued)

Object Identifier Object Name Description Units (Listed Are Defaults)

Duct static air pressure value currently being used for


Analog Input, 28 Duct Static Air Pressure Active Inches-of-water (58)
unit control.

Duct static air pressure value measured by a unit-


Analog Input, 29 Duct Static Air Pressure Local Inches-of-water (58)
mounted sensor.

Return fan air pressure value measured by a unit-


Analog Input, 30 Return Fan Air Pressure Inches-of-water (58)
mounted sensor.

Space static air pressure value being used for unit


Analog Input, 31 Space Static Air Pressure Active Inches-of-water (58)
control.

Analog Input, 32 Space CO2 Concentration Active Space CO2 concentration being used for unit control. Parts-per-million (96)

Discharge air temperature dewpoint being used by the


Analog Input, 33 Discharge Air Temperature Dewpoint Degrees-Fahrenheit (64)
unit.

Analog Input, 34 Outdoor Air Flow Active Outdoor airflow utilitzed by the unit. Cubic-feet-per-minute (84)

Analog Input, 35 Condenser Water Entering Temperature The temperature of the water entering the condenser. Degrees-Fahrenheit (64)

Indicates the entering evaporator temperature for


Analog Input, 36 Evaporator Entering Temperature Circuit 1 Degrees-Fahrenheit (64)
circuit 1.

Indicates the entering evaporator temperature for


Analog Input, 37 Evaporator Entering Temperature Circuit 2 Degrees-Fahrenheit (64)
circuit 2.

Indicates the leaving evaporator temperature for


Analog Input, 38 Evaporator Leaving Temperature Circuit 1 Degrees-Fahrenheit (64)
circuit 1

Indicates the leaving evaporator temperature for


Analog Input, 39 Evaporator Leaving Temperature Circuit 2 Degrees-Fahrenheit (64)
circuit 2.

Indicates the leaving evaporator temperature for


Analog Input, 40 Evaporator Leaving Temperature Circuit 3 Degrees-Fahrenheit (64)
circuit 3.

Indicates the leaving evaporator temperature for


Analog Input, 41 Evaporator Leaving Temperature Circuit 4 Degrees-Fahrenheit (64)
circuit 4.

Indicates the saturated condenser temperature for


Analog Input, 42 Condensing Saturated Temperature Circuit 1 Degrees-Fahrenheit (64)
circuit 1.

Indicates the saturated condenser temperature for


Analog Input, 43 Condensing Saturated Temperature Circuit 2 Degrees-Fahrenheit (64)
circuit 2.

Indicates the saturated condenser temperature for


Analog Input, 44 Condensing Saturated Temperature Circuit 3 Degrees-Fahrenheit (64)
circuit 3.

Indicates the saturated condenser temperature for


Analog Input, 45 Condensing Saturated Temperature Circuit 4 Degrees-Fahrenheit (64)
circuit 4.

Condenser water leaving temperature value used for


Analog Input, 46 Condenser Water Leaving Temperature Active Degrees-Fahrenheit (64)
unit control.

Condenser water leaving temperature from a unit-


Analog Input, 47 Condenser Water Leaving Temperature Local Degrees-Fahrenheit (64)
mounted sensor.
Duct static pressure setpoint value being used for unit
Analog Input, 48 Duct Static Air Pressure Setpoint Active Inches-of-water (58)
control.

Space temperature setpoint value being used for unit


Analog Input, 50 Space Air Temperature Setpoint Active Degrees-Fahrenheit (64)
control.
Discharge air temperature setpoint value being used
Analog Input, 52 Discharge Air Temperature Setpoint Active Degrees-Fahrenheit (64)
for unit control.

Morning Warmup Air Temperature Setpoint The air temperature setpoint used during morning
Analog Input, 54 Degrees-Fahrenheit (64)
Active warmup mode.

Daytime Warmup Air Temperature Initiate The air temperature setpoint used to start daytime
Analog Input, 55 Degrees-Fahrenheit (64)
Setpoint Active warmup mode.
The minimum position value the economizer damper
Analog Input, 56 Economizer Minimum Position Setpoint Active Percent (98)
will utilize.

The minimum outdoor airflow setpoint being utilized by


Analog Input, 57 Outdoor Air Minimum Flow Setpoint Active Cubic-feet-per-minute (84)
the unit.

Humidity setpoint value that starts dehumidification


Analog Input, 58 Dehumidification High Limit Setpoint Percent (98)
control.

Discharge Air Dewpoint Temperature Humidity setpoint value used during dehumidification
Analog Input, 60 Degrees-Fahrenheit (64)
Setpoint control.
Indicates the active supply air reheat temperature
Analog Input, 61 Discharge Air Reheat Setpoint Active Degrees-Fahrenheit (64)
setpoint.

Indicates the setpoint used during space humidification


Analog Input, 62 Space Humidification Setpoint Active Percent (98)
control.

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Table 4. Analog Input (continued)

Object Identifier Object Name Description Units (Listed Are Defaults)

Energy Recovery Exhaust Air Bypass Damper


Analog Input, 64 Energy recovery exhaust air bypass damper position. Percent (98)
Position

Energy Recovery Leaving Exhaust Air


Analog Input, 65 Energy recovery leaving exhaust air temperature. Degrees-Fahrenheit (64)
Temperature

Energy Recovery Outdoor Air Bypass Damper


Analog Input, 66 Energy recovery outdoor air bypass damper position. Percent (98)
Position

Daytime Warmup Initiate Temperature The local daytime warmup initiate temperature
Analog Input, 67 Degrees-Fahrenheit (64)
Setpoint Local setpoint.

Daytime Warmup Terminate Temperature Temperature setpoint that will exit daytime warmup
Analog Input, 68 Degrees-Fahrenheit (64)
Setpoint mode.

Temperature setpoint below which economizing can be


Analog Input, 69 Economizing Temperature Enable Setpoint Degrees-Fahrenheit (64)
used.

Enthalpy setpoint below which economizing can be


Analog Input, 70 Economizing Enthalpy Enable Setpoint BTUs-per-pound (117)
used.

Exhaust air damper minimum position to enable


Analog Input, 71 Exhaust Enable Damper Position Setpoint Percent (98)
exhaust sequence.

Cooling temperature setpoint from space sensor


Analog Input, 74 Space Temperature Cooling Setpoint Input Degrees-Fahrenheit (64)
module.

Heating temperature setpoint from space sensor


Analog Input, 75 Space Temperature Heating Setpoint Input Degrees-Fahrenheit (64)
module.

Indicates the unit humidification capacity being


Analog Input, 76 Humidification Capacity Status Percent (98)
utilized.

Analog Input, 78 Space Temperature Setpoint Local The local space temperature setpoint. Degrees-Fahrenheit (64)

Indicates the unit dehumidification capacity being


Analog Input, 79 Dehumidification Capacity Status Percent (98)
utilized.

Analog Input, 80 Cabinet Style Describes the cabinet style of the unit. NA

Analog Input, 81 Cool Type Describes the cooling type installed in the unit. NA

Analog Input, 82 Preheat Type Describes the heating type installed in the unit. NA

Analog Input, 83 Reheat Type Describes the reheat type installed in the unit. NA

Indicates the high limit space CO2 setpoint for


Analog Input, 84 Space CO2 High Limit Setpoint Parts-per-million (96)
ventilation.

Indicates the low limit space CO2 setpoint for


Analog Input, 85 Space CO2 Low Limit Setpoint Parts-per-million (96)
ventilation.

Indicates the local economizer minimum position


Analog Input, 86 Economizer Minimum Position Setpoint Local Percent (98)
setpoint.

The space air temperature measured by a unit-


Analog Input, 87 Space Air Temperature Local Degrees-Fahrenheit (64)
mounted sensor.
Indicates the current heat/cool energy demand of the
Analog Input, 88 Unit Energy Demand Percent (98)
unit.
Analog Input, 89 Supply Fan Type Describes the supply fan type installed in the unit. NA

Describes the exhaust or return fan type installed in the


Analog Input, 90 Exhaust or Return Fan Type NA
unit.

Table 5. Analog Value


Object Identifier Object Name Description Units Valid Range
The setpoint value
used by the filter
Analog Value, 1 Filter Runtime Hours Setpoint Hours (71) 0 to 10,000
run hours
calculation.

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Table 6. Multistate Output


BCI-I Object Identifier Object Name Description Object States
1 = Disabled
Multi-State Output, 1 Economizer Airside Enable BAS Command the state of the airside economizer system. 2 = Enabled
3 = Auto

1 = Normal
2 = Pressurize
3 = Depressurize
Multi-State Output, 2 Emergency Override BAS Command the unit into an emergency mode of operation.
4 = Purge
5 = Shutdown
6 = Fire

1 = Disabled
Multi-State Output, 3 Economizer Waterside Enable BAS Command the state of the waterside economizer system. 2 = Enabled
3 = Auto

1 = Occupied
2= Unoccupied
Multi-State Output, 7 Occupancy Mode Request BAS Command the unit into an occupancy mode.
3 = Occupied Bypass
4 = Occupied Standby

1 = Auto
2 = Heat
3 = Morning Warmup
4 = Cool
5 = Night Purge
6 = Precool
7 = Off
8 = Test
Multi-State Output, 8 Application Mode Request BAS Command the unit to a specific application mode.
9 = Emergency Heat
10 = Fan Only
11 = Free Cool
12 = Ice Making
13 = Max Heat
14 = Economy Mode
15 = Dehumidifying
16 = Calibrate

1 = Flow
Command the unit to utilize a remote water flow
Multi-State Output, 10 Condenser Water Flow BAS 2 = No Flow
indication.
3 = Auto

Table 7. Multistate Input


BCI-I Object
Identifier Object Name Description Object States
1 = 1 Heat/1 Cool
2 = Heat Pump
3 = Blower Coil
4 = Unit Ventilator
5 = Fan Coil
General description of the equipment-type
Multi-State Input, 2 Trane Unit Type 6 = Rooftop
classification.
7 = Air Handler
8 = Vertical Self Contained
9 = Unitary
10 = VAV Box
11 = Fan Coil

1 = None
2 = 2 Position Ventilation
3 = Modulation Economizer
4 = 2 Position Ventilation/Waterside Economizer
General description of the equipment 5 = Waterside Economizer
Multi-State Input, 9 Economizer Type
economizer system. 6 = Airside/Waterside Economizer
7 = TRAQ Damper
8 = Airside Economizer and TRAQ Damper/Sensor
9 = Waterside Economizer and TRAQ Damper/Sensor
10 = Airside/Waterside Economizer and TRAQ Damper/Sensor

1 = None
General description of the equipment 2 = Air Cooled
Multi-State Input, 10 Condenser Type
condenser system. 3 = Water Cooled
4 = Evaporative

1= Inactive
2= Mode A Active
Indicates if the unit is in a ventilation 3= Mode B Active
Multi-State Input, 13 Ventilation Override Status
override mode of operation. 4= Mode C Active
5= Mode D Active
6= Mode E Active

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Table 7. Multistate Input (continued)


BCI-I Object
Identifier Object Name Description Object States
1= Absolute Temperature
Economizer Decision Unit method to determine when the 2= Relative Temperature
Multi-State Input, 15
Method economizer system is enabled. 3= Absolute Enthalpy
4= Comparative Enthalpy

1= None
Multi-State Input, 17 Cooling Reset Type Status Indicates the type of cooling reset. 2= Outdoor Air
3= Zone

1= None
Multi-State Input, 18 Heating Reset Type Status Indicates the type of heating reset. 2= Outdoor Air
3= Zone

1 = Auto
2 = Heat
3 = Morning Warm-up
4 = Cool
5 = Night Purge
6 = Pre Cool
7 = Off
Indicates the current application mode of 8 = Test
Multi-State Input, 19 Application Mode Status
the equipment. 9 = Emergency Heat
10 = Fan Only
11 = Free Cool
12 = Ice-Making
13 = Max Heat
14 = Economy Mode
15 = Dehumidifying
16 = Calibrate

1 = Occupied
Indicates the current occupancy mode of 2 = Unoccupied
Multi-State Input, 20 Occupancy Mode Status
the unit. 3 = Occupied Bypass
4 = Occupied Standby

1= None
2= Emergency Stop
Source of the stop command that turned off
Multi-State Input, 21 Unit Stop Source 3= External Auto/Stop
the equipment.
4= Local HI
5= Remote HI

1= RTM Zone Sensor


2= Night Setback Panel
Indicates the source of the space cooling 3= Human Interface
Multi-State Input, 22 Cooling Setpoint Source
setpoint. 4= GBAS 0-5V
5= BAS/Network
6= GBAS 0-10V

1= RTM Zone Sensor


2= Night Setback Panel
Indicates the source of the space heating 3= Human Interface
Multi-State Input, 23 Heating Setpoint Source
setpoint. 4= GBAS 0-5V
5= BAS/Network
6= GBAS 0-10V

1 = Idle
Timed override request or cancel from zone
Multi-State Input, 24 Timed Override Status 2 = On
sensor.
3 = Cancel
1 = Off
Indicates the commanded state of cooling
Multi-State Input, 25 Cool Output 1 2 = On
output 1.
3 = Not Present

1 = Off
Indicates the commanded state of cooling
Multi-State Input, 26 Cool Output 2 2 = On
output 2.
3 = Not Present

1 = Off
Indicates the commanded state of cooling
Multi-State Input, 27 Cool Output 3 2 = On
output 3.
3 = Not Present

1 = Off|
Indicates the commanded state of cooling
Multi-State Input, 28 Cool Output 4 2 = On
output 4.
3 = Not Present

1 = Off
Indicates the commanded state of heating
Multi-State Input, 29 Heat Output 1 2 = On
output 1.
3 = Not Present

1 = Off
Indicates the commanded state of heating
Multi-State Input, 30 Heat Output 2 2 = On
output 2.
3 = Not Present
1 = Off
Indicates the commanded state of heating
Multi-State Input, 31 Heat Output 3 2 = On
output 3.
3 = Not Present

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Table 7. Multistate Input (continued)


BCI-I Object
Identifier Object Name Description Object States
1 = Off
Indicates the commanded state of heating
Multi-State Input, 32 Heat Output 4 2 = On
output 4.
3 = Not Present

1 = Off
Indicates the commanded state of heating
Multi-State Input, 33 Heat Output 5 2 = On
output 5.
3 = Not Present

1 = Clean
Multi-State Input, 34 Prefilter Status Indicates the prefilter media state. 2 = Dirty
3 = Not Present

1 = Clean
Multi-State Input, 35 Primary Filter Status Indicates the primary filter media state. 2 = Dirty
3 = Not Present

1 = Clean
Multi-State Input, 36 Final Filter Status Indicates the final filter media state. 2 = Dirty
3 = Not Present

1= Off
Multi-State Input, 37 Supply Fan Proving Status Indicates the current state of the supply fan. 2= On
3= Not Present

1 = Off
Indicates the commanded state of the
Multi-State Input, 38 Exhaust Fan Status 2 = On
exhaust fan.
3 = Not Present

1= Off
Exhaust Fan Proving
Multi-State Input, 39 Indicates if the unit exhaust fan is off or on. 2= On
Status
3= Not Present

1= Off
Multi-State Input, 40 Return Fan Proving Status Indicates the current state of the return fan. 2= On
3= Not Present

1 = Off
Multi-State Input, 41 Supply Fan Status Indicates the state of the supply fan. 2 = On
3 = Not Present

1 = Off
Multi-State Input, 42 Return Fan Status Indicates the state of the return fan. 2 = On
3 = Not Present

1 = At or Below Minimum Position


Outdoor Air Damper Indicates the operating state of the outdoor
Multi-State Input, 43 2 = Above Minimum Position
Status damper.
3 = Not Present

1 = Disabled
Indicates the operating state of the
Multi-State Input, 44 Economizer System Status 2 = Enabled
waterside economizer system.
3 = Not Present

Table 8. Binary Output


Relinquish
Object Identifier Object Name Description Default Object States
Command the unit to standalone- Inactive = Standalone Control
Binary Output, 1 System Control Command Inactive
or BAS-controlled operation. Active = BAS Control

Command the unit to prevent Inactive = Allow Heating


Binary Output, 5 Heat Lockout Command Inactive
heating operation. Active = Heating Locked Out

Command the unit to prevent Inactive = Allow Cooling


Binary Output, 6 Cool Lockout Command Inactive
cooling operation. Active = Cooling Locked Out

Command the unit to the minimum Inactive = Disabled


Binary Output, 7 Economizer Minimum Position Command Inactive
position operation. Active = Enabled

Command the unit supply fan to Inactive = Auto


Binary Output, 8 Supply Fan Configuration Command Inactive
cycling or continuous operation. Active = On
Enable the heating or reheating
Inactive = Disabled
Binary Output, 12 Heat or Reheat Enable Command system during dehumidification Inactive
Active = Enabled
mode.

Command the unit to reset the Inactive = Accumulating


Binary Output, 13 Filter Timer Reset Command Inactive
accumulated filter run hours. Active = Reset
Command the unit to reset and Inactive = Normal
Binary Output, 14 Diagnostic Reset Command Inactive
clear diagnostics. Active = Reset

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Table 8. Binary Output


Relinquish
Object Identifier Object Name Description Default Object States
Command the operating state of Inactive = Disabled
Binary Output, 15 Dehumidification Command Active
the dehumidification system. Active = Auto

Command the operating state of Inactive = Disabled


Binary Output, 16 Humidification Command Active
the humidification system. Active = Auto

Table 9. Binary Input


Object Identifier Object Name Description Object States
Indicates the control system currently in Inactive = Standalone control
Binary Input, 1 System Control Status
command of the unit. Active = BAS control

One or more compressors are locked out with Inactive = Normal


Binary Input, 2 Compressor Lockout Status
no diagnostic. Active = Locked Out

Inactive = Off
Binary Input, 3 Unit Status Indicates the current state of the unit.
Active = On

Indicates whether VAV boxes should be in Inactive = Auto


Binary Input, 9 VAV Box Command
control or wide open. Active = Open

Indicates if the unit is in an energy-demand Inactive = Inactive


Binary Input, 10 Demand Limit Status
limit mode Active = Active
Inactive = Inactive
Binary Input, 11 Service Test Mode Status Indicates if the unit is in service test mode.
Active = Active

Inactive = Cycling
Binary Input, 15 Supply Fan Configuration Status Indicates the supply fan configuration.
Active = Continuous

Indicates the status of the airside economizer Inactive = Disabled


Binary Input, 22 Economizer Airside Enable Status
system. Active = Enabled

Indicates the status of the waterside Inactive = Disabled


Binary Input, 23 Waterside Economizer Enable Status
economizer system. Active = Enabled

Indicates the status of the condenser water Inactive = Inactive


Binary Input, 24 Condenser Water Pump Status
system pump. Active = Active

Indicates the flow status of water in the Inactive = No Flow


Binary Input, 25 Condenser Water Flow Status
condenser system. Active = Flow
Status of the energy recovery system frost Inactive = Inactive
Binary Input, 26 Energy Recovery Frost Avoidance Status
protection function. Active = Active

Indicates the status of the energy recover Inactive = Inactive


Binary Input, 27 Energy Recovery Status
system. Active = Active

Indicates the status of the energy recovery Inactive = Inactive


Binary Input, 28 Energy Recovery Preheat Status
preheat function. Active = Active

Evaporator Frost Protection Circuit 1 The status of evaporator frost protection Inactive = Inactive
Binary Input, 161
Status function for circuit 1. Active = Active
Evaporator Frost Protection Circuit 2 The status of evaporator frost protection Inactive = Inactive
Binary Input, 162
Status function for circuit 2. Active = Active

Evaporator Frost Protection Circuit 3 The status of evaporator frost protection Inactive = Inactive
Binary Input, 163
Status function for circuit 3. Active = Active

Evaporator Frost Protection Circuit 4 The status of evaporator frost protection Inactive = Inactive
Binary Input, 164
Status function for circuit 4. Active = Active

Indicates the state of the alarm relay on the Inactive = De-energized


Binary Input, 165 Alarm Relay Output Status
unit. Active = Energized
Indicates if the unit diagnostic has caused the Inactive = Inactive
Binary Input, 166 Diagnostic Stop Status
unit to shutdown. Active = Active

Indicates the status of the condenser water Inactive = Closed


Binary Input, 243 Condenser Water Drain Status
drain Active = Open

Table 10. Diagnostics, Binary Input


Object Identifier(a) Object Name Description
Binary Input, 29 Diagnostic: RTM Zone Temp Sensor Failure Diagnostic: RTM Zone Temp Sensor Failure

Binary Input, 30 Diagnostic: Supply Air Temp Sensor Fail Diagnostic: Supply Air Temp Sensor Fail

Binary Input, 31 (use Object


Diagnostic: RTM Aux Temp Sensor Failure Diagnostic: RTM Aux Temp Sensor Failure
Identifier for RT or CSC)

Binary Input, 31 (use Object


Diagnostic: SA Temp Sensor Fail Diagnostic: SA Temp Sensor Fail
Identifier for FAU)

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Table 10. Diagnostics, Binary Input (continued)


Object Identifier(a) Object Name Description
Binary Input, 32 Diagnostic: OA Temperature Sensor Fail Diagnostic: OA Temperature Sensor Fail

Binary Input, 33 Diagnostic: Mode Input Failure Diagnostic: Mode Input Failure

Binary Input, 34 Diagnostic: Occ Zone Cool Setpoint Fail Diagnostic: Occ Zone Cool Setpoint Fail

Binary Input, 35 Diagnostic: Occ Zone Heat Setpoint Fail Diagnostic: Occ Zone Heat Setpoint Fail

Binary Input, 36 Diagnostic: Supply Air Press Sensor Fail Diagnostic: Supply Air Press Sensor Fail

Binary Input, 37 Diagnostic: OA Humidity Sensor Failure Diagnostic: OA Humidity Sensor Failure

Binary Input, 38 Diagnostic: Emergency Stop Diagnostic: Emergency Stop

Binary Input, 39 Diagnostic: Supply Fan Failure Diagnostic: Supply Fan Failure

Binary Input, 40 Diagnostic: Exhaust/Return Fan Failure Diagnostic: Exhaust/Return Fan Failure

Binary Input, 41 Diagnostic: Lvg Evap Temp Sensor Fail - Ckt1 Diagnostic: Lvg Evap Temp Sensor Fail - Ckt1

Binary Input, 42 Diagnostic: Lvg Evap Temp Sensor Fail - Ckt2 Diagnostic: Lvg Evap Temp Sensor Fail - Ckt2

Binary Input, 43 Diagnostic: Low Pressure Ctl Open - Ckt1 Diagnostic: Low Pressure Ctl Open - Ckt1

Binary Input, 44 Diagnostic: Low Pressure Ctl Open - Ckt2 Diagnostic: Low Pressure Ctl Open - Ckt2

Binary Input, 45 Diagnostic: Cond Temp Sensor Fail - Ckt1 Diagnostic: Cond Temp Sensor Fail - Ckt1

Binary Input, 46 Diagnostic: Cond Temp Sensor Fail - Ckt2 Diagnostic: Cond Temp Sensor Fail - Ckt2

Binary Input, 47 Diagnostic: Compressor Trip - Ckt1 Diagnostic: Compressor Trip - Ckt1

Binary Input, 48 Diagnostic: Compressor Trip - Ckt2 Diagnostic: Compressor Trip - Ckt2

Binary Input, 49 Diagnostic: HEAT Aux Temp Sensor Fail Diagnostic: HEAT Aux Temp Sensor Fail

Binary Input, 50 Diagnostic: Low Air Temp Limit Trip Diagnostic: Low Air Temp Limit Trip

Binary Input, 51 Diagnostic: Heat Failure Diagnostic: Heat Failure

Binary Input, 52 Diagnostic: Unocc Zone Cool Stpnt Fail Diagnostic: Unocc Zone Cool Stpnt Fail

Binary Input, 53 Diagnostic: Unocc Zone Heat Stpnt Fail Diagnostic: Unocc Zone Heat Stpnt Fail

Binary Input, 54 Diagnostic: SA Duct Press Setpoint Fail Diagnostic: SA Duct Press Setpoint Fail

Binary Input, 55 Diagnostic: Space Pressure Setpoint Fail Diagnostic: Space Pressure Setpoint Fail

Binary Input, 56 Diagnostic: Space Pressure Sensor Fail Diagnostic: Space Pressure Sensor Fail

Binary Input, 57 Diagnostic: Return Air Temp Sensor Fail Diagnostic: Return Air Temp Sensor Fail

Binary Input, 58 (use Object


Diagnostic: Return Air RH Sensor Failure Diagnostic: Return Air RH Sensor Failure
Identifier for RT or CSC)

Binary Input, 58 (use Object


Diagnostic: Zone Humidity Sensor Failure Diagnostic: Zone Humidity Sensor Failure
Identifier for FAU)

Binary Input, 59 Diagnostic: Auto - SA High Press Limit Diagnostic: Auto - SA High Press Limit
Binary Input, 60 Diagnostic: Man - SA High Press Limit Diagnostic: Man - SA High Press Limit

Binary Input, 61 Diagnostic: SCM Communications Failure Diagnostic: SCM Communications Failure

Binary Input, 62 Diagnostic: MCM Communications Failure Diagnostic: MCM Communications Failure

Binary Input, 63 Diagnostic: HEAT Communications Failure Diagnostic: HEAT Communications Failure

Binary Input, 64 Diagnostic: ECEM Communications Failure Diagnostic: ECEM Communications Failure

Binary Input, 65 Diagnostic: GBAS 0-5 VDC Comm Failure Diagnostic: GBAS 0-5 VDC Comm Failure

Binary Input, 66 Diagnostic: BACnet Module Comm Fail Diagnostic: BACnet Module Comm Fail

Binary Input, 67 Diagnostic: BAS/Network Comm Fail Diagnostic: BAS/Network Comm Fail

Binary Input, 68 Diagnostic: NSB Panel Communication Fail Diagnostic: NSB Panel Communication Fail

Binary Input, 69 Diagnostic: RTM EEPROM Failure Diagnostic: RTM EEPROM Failure

Binary Input, 70 Diagnostic: Unit HI Communications Fail Diagnostic: Unit HI Communications Fail

Binary Input, 71 Diagnostic: VOM Communications Failure Diagnostic: VOM Communications Failure
Binary Input, 72 Diagnostic: Compressor Contact Fail-Ckt1 Diagnostic: Compressor Contact Fail-Ckt1

Binary Input, 73 Diagnostic: Compressor Contact Fail-Ckt2 Diagnostic: Compressor Contact Fail-Ckt2

Binary Input, 74 Diagnostic: SA Temp Cool Setpoint Fail Diagnostic: SA Temp Cool Setpoint Fail

Binary Input, 75 Diagnostic: SA Temp Heat Setpoint Fail Diagnostic: SA Temp Heat Setpoint Fail

Binary Input, 76 Diagnostic: Dirty Filter Diagnostic: Dirty Filter

Binary Input, 77 Diagnostic: NSB Zone Temp Sensor Fail Diagnostic: NSB Zone Temp Sensor Fail

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Table 10. Diagnostics, Binary Input (continued)


Object Identifier(a) Object Name Description
Binary Input, 78 Diagnostic: VOM Mode A Active Diagnostic: VOM Mode A Active

Binary Input, 79 Diagnostic: VOM Mode B Active Diagnostic: VOM Mode B Active

Binary Input, 80 Diagnostic: VOM Mode C Active Diagnostic: VOM Mode C Active

Binary Input, 81 Diagnostic: VOM Mode D Active Diagnostic: VOM Mode D Active

Binary Input, 82 Diagnostic: VOM Mode E Active Diagnostic: VOM Mode E Active

Binary Input, 83 Diagnostic: CO2 Sensor Failure Diagnostic: CO2 Sensor Failure

Binary Input, 84 Diagnostic: VCM Aux Temp Sensor Failure Diagnostic: VCM Aux Temp Sensor Failure

Binary Input, 85 Diagnostic: Blocked Air Return Diagnostic: Blocked Air Return

Binary Input, 86 (use Object


Diagnostic: Velocity Press Sensor Fail Diagnostic: Velocity Press Sensor Fail
Identifier for CSC, FAU, I-pak I, RT)

Binary Input, 86 (use Object


Diagnostic: Vel Press Sensor (Rear) Diagnostic: Vel Press Sensor (Rear)
Identifier for RT, I-pak II)

Binary Input, 87 Diagnostic: VCM Communications Failure Diagnostic: VCM Communications Failure

Binary Input, 88 Diagnostic: WSM Communications Failure Diagnostic: WSM Communications Failure

Binary Input, 89 Diagnostic: Compressor Trip - Ckt 3 Diagnostic: Compressor Trip - Ckt 3

Binary Input, 90 Diagnostic: Compressor Trip - Ckt 4 Diagnostic: Compressor Trip - Ckt 4

Binary Input, 91 Diagnostic: Exh Fan VFD Bypass Enabled Diagnostic: Exh Fan VFD Bypass Enabled

Binary Input, 92 Diagnostic: Cond Temp Sensor Fail - Ckt3 Diagnostic: Cond Temp Sensor Fail - Ckt3

Binary Input, 93 Diagnostic: Cond Temp Sensor Fail - Ckt4 Diagnostic: Cond Temp Sensor Fail - Ckt4

Binary Input, 94 Diagnostic: Ent Cond Wtr Tmp Sensor Fail Diagnostic: Ent Cond Wtr Tmp Sensor Fail

Binary Input, 95 Diagnostic: WSM MA Temp Sensor Failure Diagnostic: WSM MA Temp Sensor Failure

Binary Input, 96 Diagnostic: Enter Water Temp Sensor Fail Diagnostic: Enter Water Temp Sensor Fail

Binary Input, 97 Diagnostic: Water Flow Failure Diagnostic: Water Flow Failure

Binary Input, 98 Diagnostic: Supply Fan VFD Bypass Enable Diagnostic: Supply Fan VFD Bypass Enable

Binary Input, 99 Diagnostic: High CO2 Level Diagnostic: High CO2 Level

Binary Input, 100 Diagnostic: Low Pressure Ctl Open - Ckt4 Diagnostic: Low Pressure Ctl Open - Ckt4

Binary Input, 101 Diagnostic: Low Pressure Ctl Open - Ckt3 Diagnostic: Low Pressure Ctl Open - Ckt3

Binary Input, 102 Diagnostic: Compressor Contact Fail-Ckt4 Diagnostic: Compressor Contact Fail-Ckt4

Binary Input, 103 Diagnostic: Compressor Contact Fail-Ckt3 Diagnostic: Compressor Contact Fail-Ckt3

Binary Input, 104 Diagnostic: Evap Temp Sensor Fail - Ckt4 Diagnostic: Evap Temp Sensor Fail - Ckt4
Binary Input, 105 Diagnostic: Evap Temp Sensor Fail - Ckt3 Diagnostic: Evap Temp Sensor Fail - Ckt3

Binary Input, 106 Diagnostic: RTM Zone Humidity Sensor Fail Diagnostic: RTM Zone Humidity Sensor Fail

Binary Input, 107 Diagnostic: Ent Evap Temp Sensor Fail-Ckt 1 Diagnostic: Ent Evap Temp Sensor Fail-Ckt 1

Binary Input, 108 Diagnostic: Ent Evap Temp Sensor Fail-Ckt 2 Diagnostic: Ent Evap Temp Sensor Fail-Ckt 2

Binary Input, 111 Diagnostic: Recovery Dirty Prefilter Diagnostic: Recovery Dirty Prefilter

Binary Input, 112 Diagnostic: Recovery Lvg RA Sensor Fail Diagnostic: Recovery Lvg RA Sensor Fail

Binary Input, 113 Diagnostic: Energy Recovery Wheel Fail Diagnostic: Energy Recovery Wheel Fail

Binary Input, 114 Diagnostic: Cond Sump Max Level Fail Diagnostic: Cond Sump Max Level Fail

Binary Input, 115 Diagnostic: Cond Sump Min Level Fail Diagnostic: Cond Sump Min Level Fail

Binary Input, 116 Diagnostic: Cond Water Pump Fail (man) Diagnostic: Cond Water Pump Fail (man)

Binary Input, 117 Diagnostic: Cond Water Pump Fail (auto) Diagnostic: Cond Water Pump Fail (auto)

Binary Input, 118 Diagnostic: Cond Water Temp Sensor Fail Diagnostic: Cond Water Temp Sensor Fail

Binary Input, 119 Diagnostic: Cond Sump Heater Fail (man) Diagnostic: Cond Sump Heater Fail (man)

Binary Input, 120 Diagnostic: GBAS 0-10 VDC Comm Failure Diagnostic: GBAS 0-10 VDC Comm Failure
Binary Input, 121 (use Object
Diagnostic: Reheat Head Press High Diagnostic: Reheat Head Press High
Identifier for RT)

Binary Input, 121 (use Object


Diagnostic: SA Drying Setpoint Failure Diagnostic: SA Drying Setpoint Failure
Identifier for FAU)

Binary Input, 122 Diagnostic: Insufficient Airflow for Dehumid Diagnostic: Insufficient Airflow for Dehumid

Binary Input, 123 Diagnostic: SA Reheat Setpoint Failure Diagnostic: SA Reheat Setpoint Failure

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Table 10. Diagnostics, Binary Input (continued)


Object Identifier(a) Object Name Description
Binary Input, 124 Diagnostic: Unocc Dehumid Setpoint Fail Diagnostic: Unocc Dehumid Setpoint Fail

Binary Input, 125 Diagnostic: Occ Dehumid Setpoint Failure Diagnostic: Occ Dehumid Setpoint Failure

Binary Input, 126 Diagnostic: Unocc Humid Setpoint Fail Diagnostic: Unocc Humid Setpoint Fail

Binary Input, 127 Diagnostic: Occ Humid Setpoint Failure Diagnostic: Occ Humid Setpoint Failure

Binary Input, 128 Diagnostic: MDM Communications Failure Diagnostic: MDM Communications Failure

Binary Input, 129 Diagnostic: Dirty Final Filter Diagnostic: Dirty Final Filter

Binary Input, 130 Diagnostic: Vel Press Sensor (Front) Fail Diagnostic: Vel Press Sensor (Front) Fail

Binary Input, 131 Diagnostic: High Superheat - Ckt 1 Diagnostic: High Superheat - Ckt 1

Binary Input, 132 Diagnostic: Low Refrigerant Charge - Ckt 1 Diagnostic: Low Refrigerant Charge - Ckt 1

Binary Input, 133 Diagnostic: High Superheat - Ckt 2 Diagnostic: High Superheat - Ckt 2

Binary Input, 134 Diagnostic: Low Refrigerant Charge - Ckt 2 Diagnostic: Low Refrigerant Charge - Ckt 2

Binary Input, 139 Diagnostic: MPM Communications Failure Diagnostic: MPM Communications Failure

Binary Input, 140 Diagnostic: TPM Communications Failure Diagnostic: TPM Communications Failure

Binary Input, 141 Diagnostic: Return Plenum Press Sensor Diagnostic: Return Plenum Press Sensor

Binary Input, 142 Diagnostic: Return Press High Limit (Man) Diagnostic: Return Press High Limit (Man)

Binary Input, 143 Diagnostic: Return Press High Limit (Auto) Diagnostic: Return Press High Limit (Auto)

Binary Input, 144 Diagnostic: Cond Press Sensor Fail Ckt 2 Diagnostic: Cond Press Sensor Fail Ckt 2

Binary Input, 145 Diagnostic: Cond Press Sensor Fail Ckt 1 Diagnostic: Cond Press Sensor Fail Ckt 1

Binary Input, 146 Diagnostic: Invalid Unit Configuration Diagnostic: Invalid Unit Configuration

Binary Input, 147 Diagnostic: Maintenance Required Diagnostic: Maintenance Required

Binary Input, 148 Diagnostic: Unit Communications Failure Diagnostic: Unit Communications Failure

Binary Input, 149 Diagnostic: Unit Stopped at Local HI Diagnostic: Unit Stopped at Local HI

Binary Input, 150 Diagnostic: Unit Stopped at Remote HI Diagnostic: Unit Stopped at Remote HI

Binary Input, 151 Diagnostic: RTM External Stop Diagnostic: RTM External Stop

Binary Input, 166 Diagnostic: Stop Status Diagnostic: Stop Status

Binary Input, 233 Diagnostic: Sump Min Level Cycling (man) Diagnostic: Sump Min Level Cycling (man)

(a) Object States: Inactive = normal and Active = foreign language specific

Table 11. All Object Types Sorted by Object Name (Refer to previous tables for detailed descriptions of objects)

Object Identifier(a) Object Name Description


Binary Input, 165 Alarm Relay Output Status Indicates the state of the alarm relay on the unit.

Multi-State Output, 8 Application Mode Request BAS Command the unit to a specific application mode.

Multi-State Input, 19 Application Mode Status Indicates the current application mode of the equipment.

Analog Input, 80 Cabinet Style Describes the cabinet style of the unit.

Binary Input, 2 Compressor Lockout Status One or more compressors are locked out with no diagnostic.

Analog Input, 14 Condenser Capacity Status Indicates the unit condenser capacity being utilized.

Multi-State Input, 10 Condenser Type General description of the equipment condenser system.

Binary Input, 243 Condenser Water Drain Status Indicates the status of the condenser water drain

Analog Input, 35 Condenser Water Entering Temperature The temperature of the water entering the condenser.

Multi-State Output, 10 Condenser Water Flow BAS Command the unit to utilize a remote water flow indication.

Binary Input, 25 Condenser Water Flow Status Indicates the flow status of water in the condenser system.

Analog Input, 46 Condenser Water Leaving Temperature Active Condenser water leaving temperature value used for unit control.

Analog Input, 47 Condenser Water Leaving Temperature Local Condenser water leaving temperature from a unit-mounted sensor.

Binary Input, 24 Condenser Water Pump Status Indicates the status of the condenser water system pump.

Analog Input, 42 Condensing Saturated Temperature Circuit 1 Indicates the saturated condenser temperature for circuit 1.

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Table 11. All Object Types Sorted by Object Name (Refer to previous tables for detailed descriptions of objects) (continued)

Object Identifier(a) Object Name Description


Analog Input, 43 Condensing Saturated Temperature Circuit 2 Indicates the saturated condenser temperature for circuit 2.

Analog Input, 44 Condensing Saturated Temperature Circuit 3 Indicates the saturated condenser temperature for circuit 3.

Analog Input, 45 Condensing Saturated Temperature Circuit 4 Indicates the saturated condenser temperature for circuit 4.

Analog Output, 19 Cool Capacity Enable Setpoint BAS BAS supplied cooling demand limit capacity setpoint value.

Binary Output, 6 Cool Lockout Command Command the unit to prevent cooling operation.

Multi-State Input, 25 Cool Output 1 Indicates the commanded state of cooling output 1.

Multi-State Input, 26 Cool Output 2 Indicates the commanded state of cooling output 2.

Multi-State Input, 27 Cool Output 3 Indicates the commanded state of cooling output 3.

Multi-State Input, 28 Cool Output 4 Indicates the commanded state of cooling output 4.

Analog Input, 81 Cool Type Describes the cooling type installed in the unit.

Analog Input, 1 Cooling Capacity Status Indicates the unit cooling capacity being utilized.

Multi-State Input, 17 Cooling Reset Type Status Indicates the type of cooling reset.

Multi-State Input, 22 Cooling Setpoint Source Indicates the source of the space cooling setpoint.

Daytime Warmup Air Temperature Initiate Setpoint


Analog Input, 55 The air temperature setpoint used to start daytime warmup mode.
Active

Analog Input, 67 Daytime Warmup Initiate Temperature Setpoint Local The local daytime warmup initiate temperature setpoint.

Analog Input, 68 Daytime Warmup Terminate Temperature Setpoint Temperature setpoint that will exit daytime warmup mode.

Analog Output, 5 Daytime Warmup Terminate Temperature Setpoint BAS BAS supplied daytime warmup terminate temperature setpoint.

Analog Input, 79 Dehumidification Capacity Status Indicates the unit dehumidification capacity being utilized.

Binary Output, 15 Dehumidification Command Command the operating state of the dehumidification system.

Analog Input, 58 Dehumidification High Limit Setpoint Humidity setpoint value that starts dehumidification control.

Binary Input, 10 Demand Limit Status Indicates if the unit is in an energy-demand limit mode

Binary Output, 14 Diagnostic Reset Command Command the unit to reset and clear diagnostics.

Binary Input, 166 Diagnostic Stop Status Indicates if the unit diagnostic has caused the unit to shutdown.

Analog Output, 6 Discharge Air Cooling Setpoint BAS BAS supplied discharge air temperature cooling setpoint value.

Analog Output, 22 Discharge Air Dewpoint Setpoint BAS BAS supplied discharge air dewpoint setpoint value.

Analog Input, 60 Discharge Air Dewpoint Temperature Setpoint Humidity setpoint value used during dehumidification control.

Analog Output, 7 Discharge Air Heating Setpoint BAS BAS supplied discharge air temperature heating setpoint value.

Analog Input, 61 Discharge Air Reheat Setpoint Active Indicates the active supply air reheat temperature setpoint.
Analog Output, 23 Discharge Air Reheat Setpoint BAS BAS supplied discharge air reheat setpoint value.

Analog Input, 24 Discharge Air Temperature Active The discharge air temperature currently used for unit control.
Analog Output, 12 Discharge Air Temperature BAS BAS supplied discharge air temperature sensor value.

Analog Input, 33 Discharge Air Temperature Dewpoint Discharge air temperature dewpoint being used by the unit.

Analog Input, 52 Discharge Air Temperature Setpoint Active Discharge air temperature setpoint value being used for unit control.

Analog Input, 28 Duct Static Air Pressure Active Duct static air pressure value currently being used for unit control.

Analog Output, 13 Duct Static Air Pressure BAS BAS supplied duct static air pressure sensor value.

Analog Input, 29 Duct Static Air Pressure Local Duct static air pressure value measured by a unit-mounted sensor.

Analog Input, 48 Duct Static Air Pressure Setpoint Active Duct static pressure setpoint value being used for unit control.

Analog Output, 8 Duct Static Air Pressure Setpoint BAS BAS supplied duct static air pressure setpoint value.

Multi-State Output, 1 Economizer Airside Enable BAS Command the state of the airside economizer system.

Multi-State Output, 1 Economizer Airside Enable BAS Command the state of the airside economizer system.

Binary Input, 22 Economizer Airside Enable Status Indicates the status of the airside economizer system.

Multi-State Input, 15 Economizer Decision Method Unit method to determine when the economizer system is enabled.

Binary Output, 7 Economizer Minimum Position Command Command the unit to economizer minimum position operation.

Analog Input, 56 Economizer Minimum Position Setpoint Active The minimum position value the economizer damper will utilize.

Analog Output, 1 Economizer Minimum Position Setpoint BAS BAS supplied economizer position minimum setpoint value.

Analog Input, 86 Economizer Minimum Position Setpoint Local Indicates the local economizer minimum position setpoint.

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Object Identifier(a) Object Name Description


Multi-State Input, 44 Economizer System Status Indicates the operating state of the waterside economizer system.

Multi-State Input, 9 Economizer Type General description of the equipment economizer system.

Multi-State Output, 3 Economizer Waterside Enable BAS Command the state of the waterside economizer system.

Analog Input, 70 Economizing Enthalpy Enable Setpoint Enthalpy setpoint below which economizing can be used.

Analog Input, 69 Economizing Temperature Enable Setpoint Temperature setpoint below which economizing can be used.

Multi-State Output, 2 Emergency Override BAS Command the unit into an emergency mode of operation.

Analog Input, 64 Energy Recovery Exhaust Air Bypass Damper Position Energy recovery exhaust air bypass damper position.

Binary Input, 26 Energy Recovery Frost Avoidance Status Status of the energy recovery system frost protection function.

Analog Input, 65 Energy Recovery Leaving Exhaust Air Temperature Energy recovery leaving exhaust air temperature.

Analog Input, 66 Energy Recovery Outdoor Air Bypass Damper Position Energy recovery outdoor air bypass damper position.

Binary Input, 28 Energy Recovery Preheat Status Indicates the status of the energy recovery preheat function.

Binary Input, 27 Energy Recovery Status Indicates the status of the energy recover system.

Analog Input, 36 Evaporator Entering Temperature Circuit 1 Indicates the entering evaporator temperature for circuit 1.

Analog Input, 37 Evaporator Entering Temperature Circuit 2 Indicates the entering evaporator temperature for circuit 2.

Binary Input, 161 Evaporator Frost Protection Circuit 1 Status The status of evaporator frost protection function for circuit 1.

Binary Input, 162 Evaporator Frost Protection Circuit 2 Status The status of evaporator frost protection function for circuit 2.

Binary Input, 163 Evaporator Frost Protection Circuit 3 Status The status of evaporator frost protection function for circuit 3.

Binary Input, 164 Evaporator Frost Protection Circuit 4 Status The status of evaporator frost protection function for circuit 4.

Analog Input, 38 Evaporator Leaving Temperature Circuit 1 Indicates the leaving evaporator temperature for circuit 1

Analog Input, 39 Evaporator Leaving Temperature Circuit 2 Indicates the leaving evaporator temperature for circuit 2.

Analog Input, 40 Evaporator Leaving Temperature Circuit 3 Indicates the leaving evaporator temperature for circuit 3.

Analog Input, 41 Evaporator Leaving Temperature Circuit 4 Indicates the leaving evaporator temperature for circuit 4.

Analog Input, 9 Exhaust Damper Position Status Indicates the unit exhaust damper position.

Analog Input, 71 Exhaust Enable Damper Position Setpoint Exhaust air damper minimum position to enable exhaust sequence.

Multi-State Input, 39 Exhaust Fan Proving Status Indicates if the unit exhaust fan is off or on.

Analog Input, 8 Exhaust Fan Speed Command Indicates the unit commanded exhaust fan speed.

Multi-State Input, 38 Exhaust Fan Status Indicates the commanded state of the exhaust fan.

Analog Input, 90 Exhaust or Return Fan Type Describes the exhaust or return fan type installed in the unit.
Analog Input, 6 Filter Runtime Hours Indicates the number of hours air has flowed through the filter.

Analog Value, 1 Filter Runtime Hours Setpoint The setpoint value used by the filter run hours calculation.

Binary Output, 13 Filter Timer Reset Command Command the unit to reset the accumulated filter run hours.

Multi-State Input, 36 Final Filter Status Indicates the final filter media state.

Analog Input, 13 Frost Avoidance Temperature Setpoint Indicates the frost coil avoidance temperature setpoint.

Analog Output, 20 Heat Capacity Enable Setpoint BAS BAS supplied heating demand limit capacity setpoint value.

Binary Output, 5 Heat Lockout Command Command the unit to prevent heating operation.

Binary Output, 12 Heat or Reheat Enable Command Enable the heating or reheating system during dehumidification mode.

Multi-State Input, 29 Heat Output 1 Indicates the commanded state of heating output 1.

Multi-State Input, 30 Heat Output 2 Indicates the commanded state of heating output 2.

Multi-State Input, 31 Heat Output 3 Indicates the commanded state of heating output 3.

Multi-State Input, 32 Heat Output 4 Indicates the commanded state of heating output 4.
Multi-State Input, 33 Heat Output 5 Indicates the commanded state of heating output 5.

Analog Input, 2 Heat Primary Capacity Status Indicates the unit primary heating capacity being utilized.

Analog Input, 3 Heat Secondary Capacity Status Indicates the unit secondary heating capacity being utilized.

Multi-State Input, 18 Heating Reset Type Status Indicates the type of heating reset.

Multi-State Input, 23 Heating Setpoint Source Indicates the source of the space heating setpoint.

Analog Input, 76 Humidification Capacity Status Indicates the unit humidification capacity being utilized.

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Object Identifier(a) Object Name Description


Binary Output, 16 Humidification Command Command the operating state of the humidification system.

NC 3 HVAC-Advisory HVAC-Advisory

NC 1 HVAC-Critical HVAC-Critical

NC 4 HVAC-Information HVAC-Information

NC 2 HVAC-Service Required HVAC-Service Required

Analog Input, 25 Mixed Air Temperature The mixed air temperature value from a unit-mounted sensor.

Analog Input, 54 Morning Warmup Air Temperature Setpoint Active The air temperature setpoint used during morning warmup mode.

Analog Output, 4 Morning Warmup Setpoint BAS BAS supplied temperature setpoint used in morning warmup mode.

Multi-State Output, 7 Occupancy Mode Request BAS Command the unit into an occupancy mode.

Multi-State Input, 20 Occupancy Mode Status Indicates the current occupancy mode of the unit.

Analog Output, 29 Occupied Temperature Offset BAS Offset used to calculate setpoints in occupied mode.

Analog Input, 11 Outdoor Air Damper Position Status Indicates the unit outdoor air damper position.

Multi-State Input, 43 Outdoor Air Damper Status Indicates the operating state of the outdoor damper.

Analog Input, 22 Outdoor Air Dewpoint The outdoor air dewpoint value being utilized by the unit.

Analog Input, 23 Outdoor Air Enthalpy The outdoor air enthalpy value being utilized by the unit.

Analog Input, 34 Outdoor Air Flow Active Outdoor airflow utilized by the unit.

Analog Output, 17 Outdoor Air Flow BAS BAS supplied outdoor airflow sensor value.

Analog Input, 20 Outdoor Air Humidity Active The outdoor air humidity value used for unit control.

Analog Output, 15 Outdoor Air Humidity BAS BAS supplied outdoor air humidity sensor value.

Analog Input, 21 Outdoor Air Humidity Local The outdoor air humidity value from a unit-mounted sensor.

Analog Input, 57 Outdoor Air Minimum Flow Setpoint Active The minimum outdoor airflow setpoint being utilized by the unit.

Analog Output, 16 Outdoor Air Minimum Flow Setpoint BAS BAS supplied minimum outdoor airflow setpoint.

Analog Input, 18 Outdoor Air Temperature Active The outdoor air temperature currently used for unit control.

Analog Output, 14 Outdoor Air Temperature BAS BAS supplied outdoor air temperature sensor value.

Analog Input, 19 Outdoor Air Temperature Local The outdoor air temperature value from a unit-mounted sensor.

Multi-State Input, 34 Prefilter Status Indicates the prefilter media state.

Analog Input, 82 Preheat Type Describes the heating type installed in the unit.

Multi-State Input, 35 Primary Filter Status Indicates the primary filter media state.
Analog Input, 5 Reheat Capacity Status Indicates the unit reheat heating capacity being utilized.

Analog Input, 83 Reheat Type Describes the reheat type installed in the unit.

Analog Input, 26 Return Air Temperature The return air temperature value from a unit-mounted sensor.

Analog Input, 30 Return Fan Air Pressure Return fan air pressure value measured by a unit-mounted sensor.

Multi-State Input, 40 Return Fan Proving Status Indicates the current state of the return fan.

Analog Input, 10 Return Fan Speed Command Indicates the unit commanded return fan speed.

Multi-State Input, 42 Return Fan Status Indicates the state of the return fan.

Binary Input, 11 Service Test Mode Status Indicates if the unit is in service test mode.

Analog Output, 11 Space Air Temperature BAS BAS supplied space air temperature sensor value.

Analog Input, 87 Space Air Temperature Local The space air temperature measured by a unit-mounted sensor.

Analog Input, 50 Space Air Temperature Setpoint Active Space temperature setpoint value being used for unit control.

Analog Output, 2 Space Air Temperature Setpoint BAS Base value to calculate setpoints in occupied and standby modes.
Analog Input, 32 Space CO2 Concentration Active Space CO2 concentration being used for unit control.

Analog Output, 18 Space CO2 Concentration BAS BAS supplied space CO2 sensor value.

Analog Input, 84 Space CO2 High Limit Setpoint Indicates the high limit space CO2 setpoint for ventilation.

Analog Input, 85 Space CO2 Low Limit Setpoint Indicates the low limit space CO2 setpoint for ventilation.

Analog Output, 21 Space Dehumidification Setpoint BAS BAS supplied space dehumidification setpoint value.

Analog Input, 17 Space Enthalpy The space enthalpy value from a unit-mounted control.

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Object Identifier(a) Object Name Description


Analog Input, 62 Space Humidification Setpoint Active Indicates the setpoint used during space humidification control.

Analog Output, 26 Space Humidification Setpoint BAS BAS supplied space humidification setpoint value.

Analog Input, 16 Space Humidity Active The space humidity value from a unit-mounted control.

Analog Output, 25 Space Humidity BAS BAS supplied space humidity sensor value.

Analog Input, 31 Space Static Air Pressure Active Space static air pressure value being used for unit control.

Analog Output, 10 Space Static Air Pressure BAS BAS supplied space static air pressure sensor value.

Analog Output, 9 Space Static Air Pressure Setpoint BAS BAS supplied space static air pressure setpoint value.

Analog Input, 15 Space Temperature Active The space temperature currently used for unit control.

Analog Input, 74 Space Temperature Cooling Setpoint Input Cooling temperature setpoint from space sensor module.

Analog Input, 75 Space Temperature Heating Setpoint Input Heating temperature setpoint from space sensor module.

Analog Input, 78 Space Temperature Setpoint Local The local space temperature setpoint.

Analog Output, 30 Standby Temperature Offset BAS Offset value used to calculate setpoints in standby mode.

Binary Output, 8 Supply Fan Configuration Command Command the unit supply fan to cycling or continuous operation.

Binary Input, 15 Supply Fan Configuration Status Indicates the supply fan configuration.

Multi-State Input, 37 Supply Fan Proving Status Indicates the current state of the supply fan.

Analog Input, 7 Supply Fan Speed Command Indicates the unit commanded supply fan speed.

Multi-State Input, 41 Supply Fan Status Indicates the state of the supply fan.

Analog Input, 89 Supply Fan Type Describes the supply fan type installed in the unit.

Binary Output, 1 System Control Command Command the unit to standalone- or BAS-controlled operation.

Binary Input, 1 System Control Status Indicates the control system currently in command of the unit.

Multi-State Input, 24 Timed Override Status Timed override request or cancel from zone sensor.

Multi-State Input, 2 Trane Unit Type General description of the equipment-type classification.

Analog Input, 88 Unit Energy Demand Indicates the current heat/cool energy demand of the unit.

Binary Input, 3 Unit Status Indicates the current state of the unit.

Multi-State Input, 21 Unit Stop Source Source of the stop command that turned off the equipment.

Analog Output, 31 Unoccupied Cooling Temperature Setpoint BAS Cooling temperature setpoint used for control in unoccupied mode.

Analog Output, 32 Unoccupied Heating Temperature Setpoint BAS Heating temperature setpoint used for control in unoccupied mode.

Binary Input, 9 VAV Box Command Indicates whether VAV boxes should be in control or wide open.
Multi-State Input, 13 Ventilation Override Status Indicates if the unit is in a ventilation override mode of operation.

Binary Input, 23 Waterside Economizer Enable Status Indicates the status of the waterside economizer system.

Analog Input, 12 Waterside Economizer Valve Position Status Indicates the unit waterside economizer valve position.

(a) AI=Analog Input, AO=Analog Output, AV=Analog Value, BI=Binary Input, BO=Binary Output, MI=Multistate Input, MO=Multistate Output

Table 12. Diagnostic Objects Sorted by Object Name

Object Identifier(a) Object Name Value/Range Description


0 = inactive
BI 59 Diagnostic: Auto - SA High Press Limit Diagnostic: Auto - SA High Press Limit
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 66 Diagnostic: BACnet Module Comm Fail Diagnostic: BACnet Module Comm Fail
1 = active

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Table 12. Diagnostic Objects Sorted by Object Name (continued)

Object Identifier(a) Object Name Value/Range Description


0 = inactive
BI 67 Diagnostic: BAS/Network Comm Fail Diagnostic: BAS/Network Comm Fail
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 85 Diagnostic: Blocked Air Return Diagnostic: Blocked Air Return
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 83 Diagnostic: CO2 Sensor Failure Diagnostic: CO2 Sensor Failure
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 72 Diagnostic: Compressor Contact Fail-Ckt1 Diagnostic: Compressor Contact Fail-Ckt1
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 73 Diagnostic: Compressor Contact Fail-Ckt2 Diagnostic: Compressor Contact Fail-Ckt2
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 103 Diagnostic: Compressor Contact Fail-Ckt3 Diagnostic: Compressor Contact Fail-Ckt3
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 102 Diagnostic: Compressor Contact Fail-Ckt4 Diagnostic: Compressor Contact Fail-Ckt4
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 89 Diagnostic: Compressor Trip - Ckt 3 Diagnostic: Compressor Trip - Ckt 3
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 90 Diagnostic: Compressor Trip - Ckt 4 Diagnostic: Compressor Trip - Ckt 4
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 47 Diagnostic: Compressor Trip - Ckt1 Diagnostic: Compressor Trip - Ckt1
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 48 Diagnostic: Compressor Trip - Ckt2 Diagnostic: Compressor Trip - Ckt2
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 114 Diagnostic: Cond Sump Max Level Fail Diagnostic: Cond Sump Max Level Fail
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 115 Diagnostic: Cond Sump Min Level Fail Diagnostic: Cond Sump Min Level Fail
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 45 Diagnostic: Cond Temp Sensor Fail - Ckt1 Diagnostic: Cond Temp Sensor Fail - Ckt1
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 46 Diagnostic: Cond Temp Sensor Fail - Ckt2 Diagnostic: Cond Temp Sensor Fail - Ckt2
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 92 Diagnostic: Cond Temp Sensor Fail - Ckt3 Diagnostic: Cond Temp Sensor Fail - Ckt3
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 93 Diagnostic: Cond Temp Sensor Fail - Ckt4 Diagnostic: Cond Temp Sensor Fail - Ckt4
1 = active
0 = inactive
BI 117 Diagnostic: Cond Water Pump Fail (auto) Diagnostic: Cond Water Pump Fail (auto)
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 116 Diagnostic: Cond Water Pump Fail (man) Diagnostic: Cond Water Pump Fail (man)
1 = active
0 = inactive
BI 118 Diagnostic: Cond Water Temp Sensor Fail Diagnostic: Cond Water Temp Sensor Fail
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 76 Diagnostic: Dirty Filter Diagnostic: Dirty Filter
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 129 Diagnostic: Dirty Final Filter Diagnostic: Dirty Final Filter
1 = active
0 = inactive
BI 64 Diagnostic: ECEM Communications Failure Diagnostic: ECEM Communications Failure
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 38 Diagnostic: Emergency Stop Diagnostic: Emergency Stop
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 113 Diagnostic: Energy Recovery Wheel Fail Diagnostic: Energy Recovery Wheel Fail
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 94 Diagnostic: Ent Cond Wtr Tmp Sensor Fail Diagnostic: Ent Cond Wtr Tmp Sensor Fail
1 = active
0 = inactive
BI 107 Diagnostic: Ent Evap Temp Sensor Fail-Ckt 1 Diagnostic: Ent Evap Temp Sensor Fail-Ckt 1
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 108 Diagnostic: Ent Evap Temp Sensor Fail-Ckt 2 Diagnostic: Ent Evap Temp Sensor Fail-Ckt 2
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 109 Diagnostic: Ent Evap Temp Sensor Fail-Ckt 3 Diagnostic: Ent Evap Temp Sensor Fail-Ckt 3
1 = active

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Table 12. Diagnostic Objects Sorted by Object Name (continued)

Object Identifier(a) Object Name Value/Range Description


0 = inactive
BI 110 Diagnostic: Ent Evap Temp Sensor Fail-Ckt 4 Diagnostic: Ent Evap Temp Sensor Fail-Ckt 4
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 96 Diagnostic: Enter Water Temp Sensor Fail Diagnostic: Enter Water Temp Sensor Fail
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 105 Diagnostic: Evap Temp Sensor Fail - Ckt3 Diagnostic: Evap Temp Sensor Fail - Ckt3
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 104 Diagnostic: Evap Temp Sensor Fail - Ckt4 Diagnostic: Evap Temp Sensor Fail - Ckt4
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 91 Diagnostic: Exh Fan VFD Bypass Enabled Diagnostic: Exh Fan VFD Bypass Enabled
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 40 Diagnostic: Exhaust/Return Fan Failure Diagnostic: Exhaust/Return Fan Failure
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 120 Diagnostic: GBAS 0-10 VDC Comm Failure Diagnostic: GBAS 0-10 VDC Comm Failure
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 65 Diagnostic: GBAS 0-5 VDC Comm Failure Diagnostic: GBAS 0-5 VDC Comm Failure
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 49 Diagnostic: HEAT Aux Temp Sensor Fail Diagnostic: HEAT Aux Temp Sensor Fail
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 63 Diagnostic: HEAT Communications Failure Diagnostic: HEAT Communications Failure
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 51 Diagnostic: Heat Failure Diagnostic: Heat Failure
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 99 Diagnostic: High CO2 Level Diagnostic: High CO2 Level
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 131 Diagnostic: High Superheat - Ckt 1 Diagnostic: High Superheat - Ckt 1
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 133 Diagnostic: High Superheat - Ckt 2 Diagnostic: High Superheat - Ckt 2
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 122 Diagnostic: Insufficient Airflow for Dehumid Diagnostic: Insufficient Airflow for Dehumid
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 146 Diagnostic: Invalid Unit Configuration Diagnostic: Invalid Unit Configuration
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 50 Diagnostic: Low Air Temp Limit Trip Diagnostic: Low Air Temp Limit Trip
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 43 Diagnostic: Low Pressure Ctl Open - Ckt1 Diagnostic: Low Pressure Ctl Open - Ckt1
1 = active
0 = inactive
BI 44 Diagnostic: Low Pressure Ctl Open - Ckt2 Diagnostic: Low Pressure Ctl Open - Ckt2
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 101 Diagnostic: Low Pressure Ctl Open - Ckt3 Diagnostic: Low Pressure Ctl Open - Ckt3
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 100 Diagnostic: Low Pressure Ctl Open - Ckt4 Diagnostic: Low Pressure Ctl Open - Ckt4
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 132 Diagnostic: Low Refrigerant Charge - Ckt 1 Diagnostic: Low Refrigerant Charge - Ckt 1
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 134 Diagnostic: Low Refrigerant Charge - Ckt 2 Diagnostic: Low Refrigerant Charge - Ckt 2
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 41 Diagnostic: Lvg Evap Temp Sensor Fail - Ckt1 Diagnostic: Lvg Evap Temp Sensor Fail - Ckt1
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 42 Diagnostic: Lvg Evap Temp Sensor Fail - Ckt2 Diagnostic: Lvg Evap Temp Sensor Fail - Ckt2
1 = active
0 = inactive
BI 147 Diagnostic: Maintenance Required Diagnostic: Maintenance Required
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 60 Diagnostic: Man - SA High Press Limit Diagnostic: Man - SA High Press Limit
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 62 Diagnostic: MCM Communications Failure Diagnostic: MCM Communications Failure
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 128 Diagnostic: MDM Communications Failure Diagnostic: MDM Communications Failure
1 = active

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Table 12. Diagnostic Objects Sorted by Object Name (continued)

Object Identifier(a) Object Name Value/Range Description


0 = inactive
BI 33 Diagnostic: Mode Input Failure Diagnostic: Mode Input Failure
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 139 Diagnostic: MPM Communications Failure Diagnostic: MPM Communications Failure
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 68 Diagnostic: NSB Panel Communication Fail Diagnostic: NSB Panel Communication Fail
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 77 Diagnostic: NSB Zone Temp Sensor Fail Diagnostic: NSB Zone Temp Sensor Fail
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 37 Diagnostic: OA Humidity Sensor Failure Diagnostic: OA Humidity Sensor Failure
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 32 Diagnostic: OA Temperature Sensor Fail Diagnostic: OA Temperature Sensor Fail
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 125 Diagnostic: Occ Dehumid Setpoint Failure Diagnostic: Occ Dehumid Setpoint Failure
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 127 Diagnostic: Occ Humid Setpoint Failure Diagnostic: Occ Humid Setpoint Failure
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 34 Diagnostic: Occ Zone Cool Setpoint Fail Diagnostic: Occ Zone Cool Setpoint Fail
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 35 Diagnostic: Occ Zone Heat Setpoint Fail Diagnostic: Occ Zone Heat Setpoint Fail
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 111 Diagnostic: Recovery Dirty Prefilter Diagnostic: Recovery Dirty Prefilter
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 112 Diagnostic: Recovery Lvg RA Sensor Fail Diagnostic: Recovery Lvg RA Sensor Fail
1 = active

BI 121 (use Object 0 = inactive


Diagnostic: Reheat Head Press High Diagnostic: Reheat Head Press High
Identifier for RT) 1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 119 Diagnostic: Reheat Sat Cond Temp Sensor Diagnostic: Reheat Sat Cond Temp Sensor
1 = active

BI 58 (use Object 0 = inactive


Diagnostic: Return Air RH Sensor Failure Diagnostic: Return Air RH Sensor Failure
Identifier for RT or CSC) 1 = active
0 = inactive
BI 57 Diagnostic: Return Air Temp Sensor Fail Diagnostic: Return Air Temp Sensor Fail
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 141 Diagnostic: Return Plenum Press Sensor Diagnostic: Return Plenum Press Sensor
1 = active
0 = inactive
BI 143 Diagnostic: Return Press High Limit (Auto) Diagnostic: Return Press High Limit (Auto)
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 142 Diagnostic: Return Press High Limit (Man) Diagnostic: Return Press High Limit (Man)
1 = active
BI 31 (use Object 0 = inactive
Diagnostic: RTM Aux Temp Sensor Failure Diagnostic: RTM Aux Temp Sensor Failure
Identifier for RT CSC) 1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 69 Diagnostic: RTM EEPROM Failure Diagnostic: RTM EEPROM Failure
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 15 Diagnostic: RTM External Stop Diagnostic: RTM External Stop
1 = active
0 = inactive
BI 151 Diagnostic: RTM External Stop Diagnostic: RTM External Stop
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 106 Diagnostic: RTM Zone Humidity Sensor Fail Diagnostic: RTM Zone Humidity Sensor Fail
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 29 Diagnostic: RTM Zone Temp Sensor Failure Diagnostic: RTM Zone Temp Sensor Failure
1 = active

BI 121 (use Object 0 = inactive


Diagnostic: SA Drying Setpoint Failure Diagnostic: SA Drying Setpoint Failure
Identifier for FAU) 1 = active
B1 31 (use Object 0 = inactive
Diagnostic: SA Drying Temp Sensor Fail Diagnostic: SA Drying Temp Sensor Fail
Identifier for FAU) 1 = active
0 = inactive
BI 54 Diagnostic: SA Duct Press Setpoint Fail Diagnostic: SA Duct Press Setpoint Fail
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 123 Diagnostic: SA Reheat Setpoint Failure Diagnostic: SA Reheat Setpoint Failure
1 = active

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Table 12. Diagnostic Objects Sorted by Object Name (continued)

Object Identifier(a) Object Name Value/Range Description


0 = inactive
BI 74 Diagnostic: SA Temp Cool Setpoint Fail Diagnostic: SA Temp Cool Setpoint Fail
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 75 Diagnostic: SA Temp Heat Setpoint Fail Diagnostic: SA Temp Heat Setpoint Fail
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 61 Diagnostic: SCM Communications Failure Diagnostic: SCM Communications Failure
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 56 Diagnostic: Space Pressure Sensor Fail Diagnostic: Space Pressure Sensor Fail
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 55 Diagnostic: Space Pressure Setpoint Fail Diagnostic: Space Pressure Setpoint Fail
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 233 Diagnostic: Sump Min Level Cycling (man) Diagnostic: Sump Min Level Cycling (man)
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 36 Diagnostic: Supply Air Press Sensor Fail Diagnostic: Supply Air Press Sensor Fail
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 30 Diagnostic: Supply Air Temp Sensor Fail Diagnostic: Supply Air Temp Sensor Fail
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 39 Diagnostic: Supply Fan Failure Diagnostic: Supply Fan Failure
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 98 Diagnostic: Supply Fan VFD Bypass Enable Diagnostic: Supply Fan VFD Bypass Enable
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 140 Diagnostic: TPM Communications Failure Diagnostic: TPM Communications Failure
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 148 Diagnostic: Unit Communications Failure Diagnostic: Unit Communications Failure
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 70 Diagnostic: Unit HI Communications Fail Diagnostic: Unit HI Communications Fail
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 149 Diagnostic: Unit Stopped at Local HI Diagnostic: Unit Stopped at Local HI
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 150 Diagnostic: Unit Stopped at Remote HI Diagnostic: Unit Stopped at Remote HI
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 124 Diagnostic: Unocc Dehumid Setpoint Fail Diagnostic: Unocc Dehumid Setpoint Fail
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 126 Diagnostic: Unocc Humid Setpoint Fail Diagnostic: Unocc Humid Setpoint Fail
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 52 Diagnostic: Unocc Zone Cool Stpnt Fail Diagnostic: Unocc Zone Cool Stpnt Fail
1 = active
0 = inactive
BI 53 Diagnostic: Unocc Zone Heat Stpnt Fail Diagnostic: Unocc Zone Heat Stpnt Fail
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 84 Diagnostic: VCM Aux Temp Sensor Failure Diagnostic: VCM Aux Temp Sensor Failure
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 87 Diagnostic: VCM Communications Failure Diagnostic: VCM Communications Failure
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 130 Diagnostic: Vel Press Sensor (Front) Fail Diagnostic: Vel Press Sensor (Front) Fail
1 = active

BI 86 (use Object 0 = inactive


Diagnostic: Vel Press Sensor (Rear) Diagnostic: Vel Press Sensor (Rear)
Identifier for Ipak II-RT) 1 = active
BI 86 (use Object 0 = inactive
Identifier for Ipak I-RT, Diagnostic: Velocity Press Sensor Fail Diagnostic: Velocity Press Sensor Fail
CSC, FAU) 1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 71 Diagnostic: VOM Communications Failure Diagnostic: VOM Communications Failure
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 78 Diagnostic: VOM Mode A Active Diagnostic: VOM Mode A Active
1 = active
0 = inactive
BI 79 Diagnostic: VOM Mode B Active Diagnostic: VOM Mode B Active
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 80 Diagnostic: VOM Mode C Active Diagnostic: VOM Mode C Active
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 81 Diagnostic: VOM Mode D Active Diagnostic: VOM Mode D Active
1 = active

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Table 12. Diagnostic Objects Sorted by Object Name (continued)

Object Identifier(a) Object Name Value/Range Description


0 = inactive
BI 82 Diagnostic: VOM Mode E Active Diagnostic: VOM Mode E Active
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 97 Diagnostic: Water Flow Failure Diagnostic: Water Flow Failure
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 88 Diagnostic: WSM Communications Failure Diagnostic: WSM Communications Failure
1 = active

0 = inactive
BI 95 Diagnostic: WSM MA Temp Sensor Failure Diagnostic: WSM MA Temp Sensor Failure
1 = active

BI 58 (use Object 0 = inactive


Diagnostic: Zone Humidity Sensor Failure Diagnostic: Zone Humidity Sensor Failure
Identifier for FAU) 1 = active

(a) BI=Binary Input

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Additional Resources

Additional Resources
Use the following documents and links as additional resources:

• Product support online:


• www.bacnet.org
• www.bacnetassociation.org
• www.ashrae.org
• Tracer TU Help online
• Tracer™ TU Service Tool Getting Started Guide (TTU-SVN02) (X39641083)
• Tracer TU Service Tool for Water-cooled CenTraVac Chillers with Tracer AdaptiView Control
Programming Guide (current version of CTV-SVP02)

Note: For further assistance, contact your local Trane sales office.

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Glossary
A advocates BACnet protocol for use in system-level control
devices.
ASHRAE
See American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air- device
conditioning Engineers A device is a standard BACnet object as defined by
ASHRAE Standard 135-2004.The Tracer UC800 contains
American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air- the BACnet object.
conditioning Engineers
An international organization of 50,000 persons with Device ID
chapters throughout the world. The Society is organized The Device ID is used to uniquely identify each BACnet
for the sole purpose of advancing the arts and sciences of Device and it can be in the range of 0 to 4194302. There
heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration. It cannot be more than one device using the same Device
benefits the public with its research, standards writing, ID. Each of the sample applications operate as a device
continuing education, and publications. and requires its own device id which defaults to zero.

B I
BACnet™ interoperability
See Building Automation Control network The ability to integrate equipment from different vendors
into a comprehensive automation and control system. In
BACnet interoperability building blocks addition, digital communications between products
A block of BACnet application services that tells vendors designed independently, but designed to the same
what BACnet services must be implemented to provide communication standard.
specific device functionality. The BIBBs are grouped
together into BACnet device profiles. P
BACnet object protocol
An abstract representation of the physical point or points A set of rules (language) that governs the exchange of
where data is input from or output to an I/O device. Each data over a digital communications system.
object may have several BACnet properties that describe
the status of that object. S
baud rate stand-alone operation
The number of signaling elements that occur each second Equipment is running in a stand-alone mode when all
during electronic data transmission. At slow speeds, baud control is provided by the equipment's electronic control
indicates the number of bits per second that are system. The system controls the building environment to
transmitted. For example, 500 baud means that 500 bits a local set of configuration and setpoint values. It monitors
are transmitted each second (abbreviated 500 bps). At the environmental conditions via sensors that are
higher speeds, multiple bits may be encoded with each physically wired to the unit's control system.
electrical change. For example, 4,800 baud may allow
9,600 bits to be sent each second. Data transmission
rates at high speeds are generally expressed in bits per
second (bps) rather than baud. For example, a 9,600 bps
modem may operate at only 2,400 baud.
BIBB
See BACnet interoperability building blocks
Building Automation Control network (BACnet and
ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 135-2004)
An interoperable protocol developed specifically for the
building controls industry. The American National
Standards Institute named it as a standard and Trane

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