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1 User Installation Guide Please Read and Save These Instructions Tel (410) of 26

2 CONTENTS Introduction... 3 Safety... 3 Included Components... 5 Additional Required Components... 5 Required Tools... 5 Additional Notes... 5 Quick Installation Aluminum DirectAire... 6 Quick Installation Steel DirectAire... 6 Initial Setup... 7 Step 1: Prepare the Job Site... 7 Step 2: Route the temperature Sensors... 8 Step 3: Attach the Sensors to the Rack Face... 8 Step 4: Connect the Sensors to the Tree... 9 Step 5: Connect the Tree to the SmartAire MZ... 9 Step 6: Turn the Battery On Step 7: Connect the Power to the SmartAire MZ Step 8: Deploy the Air Blockers Step 9: Assemble the SmartAire with the DirectAire Al Step 9B: Installation with DirectAire Step 10: Place the Assembly into the Floor Interface Changing Modes Regional Unit Conversion Disabling Unoccupied zones Adjusting the setpoint TCP/IP Advanced Programming & monitoring SNMP Monitoring and Control Wiring Diagram Factory Default Settings Troubleshooting & Alarms Tel (410) of 26

3 INTRODUCTION Thank you for choosing a Tate Airflow product. Tate Airflow products are engineered to maximize the efficiency of your data center air handling system. We would be interested in hearing any comments you may have on this installation manual, product, or overall experience. Please call or our Technical Service Department: Phone: SAFETY Wear personal protective equipment (PPE) as applicable during installation. PPE may include gloves, safety eyeglasses, hardhats, or additional equipment depending on exact job site conditions. Do not leave the site unattended until the installation is complete. All work conducted on units should only be conducted by a trained professional. Modifying equipment other than in ways suggested and approved by Tate are not recommended or supported and may damage equipment or cause harm. It is recommended that the on board battery pack is tested yearly to ensure proper function and failsafe operation. (As described in the Troubleshooting Section.) It is recommended that the on board battery pack is replaced by a trained professional at least once every five years to ensure proper function and failsafe operation. Batteries should be disposed of by an approved technician. Regulations vary for different countries, Dispose of in accordance with local regulations. Environmental Conditions: Ambient Operational & Storage conditions: o Temperature ( c) : 5 to 45 o Relative humidity (%): 20 to 80 CAUTION RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT BATTERY TYPE. DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS AND LOCAL ACCORDANCES Tel (410) of 26

4 SÉCURITÉ Portez de l équipement de protection individuelle (EPI) le cas échéant lors de l'installation. EPI peut comprendre de gants, de lunettes de sécurité, de casques de sécurité, ou des équipements supplémentaires en fonction des conditions du chantier exactes. Ne laissez pas le site sans surveillance jusqu'à ce que l'installation est terminée. Pour tous les travaux sur les unités ne peut être réalisée par un professionnel qualifié. Modification des équipements autres que de façon proposés et approuvés par Tate sont ni recommandé ni supporté et peut endommager l'équipement ou causer un préjudice. Il est recommandé que la batterie est testé chaque année pour assurer le bon fonctionnement et l'exploitation à sécurité intégrée. (Comme décrit dans la section Dépannage.) Il est recommandé que la batterie sois remplacé par un professionnel qualifié au moins une fois tous les cinq ans afin d'assurer le bon fonctionnement et l'exploitation à sécurité intégrée. Les batteries doivent être éliminés par un technicien agréé. Les réglementations varient selon les pays, Eliminer conformément aux réglementations locales. Conditions environnementales: les conditions de fonctionnement et de stockage ambiantes: o Température ( C): 5 à 45 o Humidité relative (%): 20 à 80 ATTENTION RISQUE D'EXPLOSION SI LA BATTERIE EST REMPLACÉ PAR UNE TYPE DE BATTERIE INCORRECT. JETEZ LES BATTERIES USAGÉES SELON LES INSTRUCTIONS Tel (410) of 26

5 INCLUDED COMPONENTS SmartAire MZ (x1) 16 Temperature Sensors (x4) Zip ties (x4) Battery Backup system (x1) Installation Guide ADDITIONAL REQUIRED COMPONENTS Tate DirectAire Al or Tate DirectAire (x1) 5x5mm Aluminum DirectAire Screws (x4) or Steel DirectAire Hangers (x2) Power and Networking Cable (Plenum Rated Ethernet CAT5) (x1) POE Capable Switch (IEEE 802.3af compliant) or POE Injector Module (IEEE 802.3af compliant) (x1): Property IEEE 802.3af Power available at PD W Maximum power delivered by PSE W Voltage range (at PSE) V Voltage range (at PD) V Maximum current 350 ma Maximum cable resistance 20 Ω (Category 3) Power management Three power class levels negotiated at initial connection Derating of maximum cable ambient operating None temperature Supported cabling Category 3 and Category 5 Supported modes Mode A (endspan), Mode B (midspan) Manual Philips Head Screw Driver REQUIRED TOOLS ADDITIONAL NOTES It is recommended for installations with multiple SmartAire MZ units the MAC Address label (on side of unit) and physical installation location is recorded during unpacking and installation. This will assist in later coordinating the unit through the network connection. Tel (410) of 26

6 QUICK INSTALLATION ALUMINUM DIRECTAIRE CABINET FACE QUICK INSTALLATION STEEL DIRECTAIRE CABINET FACE Tel (410) of 26

7 INITIAL SETUP STEP 1: PREPARE THE JOB SITE Zip ties and mounting hardware not included in SmartAire MZ kit. Please ensure the installment site is clean and free of obstructions. Unpack unit and all accessories. Prepare zip ties and associated mounting hardware available nearby. Prepare the DirectAire or DirectAire Al Panel and Installation Location. HANDLE UNIT WITH CARE, DO NOT MANUALLY ADJUST DAMPER BLADES, SUPPORT OR LIFT UNIT BY DAMPER BLADES. MANIPULER L UNITÉ AVEC SOIN, NE PAS AJUSTER LES LAMES DU REGISTRE MAUNELLEMENT, NE PAS SOUTENIR OU LEVER L UNITÉ PAR LES LAMES. Tel (410) of 26

8 STEP 2: ROUTE THE TEMPERATURE SENSORS Route the temperature sensor Cables through a grommet and bring the sensors to the face of the rack. STEP 3: ATTACH THE SENSORS TO THE RACK FACE Mount each sensor within the corresponding zone of the SmartAire 2 and the rack. Zone 1 is the bottom of the rack and Zone 4 is the top of the rack. Zip ties can be used to assist in mounting the sensors. The sensor face should be directed downward if possible, but the sensor will work in other configurations as well. NOTE: ZONE 1 MUST BE INSTALLED AT THE BOTTOM OF THE RACK AND ZONE 4 MUST BE ISNTALLED AT THE TOP FOR A TYPICAL QUAD MODE INSTALLATION NOTE: ZONE 1 DOIT ÊTRE INSTALLÉ AU BAS DE LA PORTE, ET ZONE 4 DOIT ÊTRE INSTALLER AU SOMMET POUR UNE INSTALLATION QUAD MODE TYPIQUE Tel (410) of 26

9 STEP 4: CONNECT THE SENSORS TO THE TREE Connect temperature sensors to the temperature tree on the respective ports which are marked with flags with corresponding colors and numbers. Continue with all four sensors STEP 5: CONNECT THE TREE TO THE SMARTAIRE MZ 1 & 8 On top of Plug Though the hole in the floor where the SmartAire is to be installed, Connect the temperature tree into the SENSOR PORT. The Sensor will only connect in one orientation, with 1 And 8 on the top of the plug. NOTE: WHEN DISCONNECTING THE PLUG THERE IS A SMALL PUSH BUTTON RELEASE ON THE BOTTOM OF THE CONNECTOR WHICH WILL ALLOW IT TO DISCONNECT. EXCESSIVE FORCE MAY DAMAGE THE CABLE OR CONNECTOR. NOTE: POUR DÉBRANCHER LA FISHE, IL Y A UN PETIE BOUTON POUSSOIR SUR LE BAS DU CONNECTEUR QUI LUI PERMETTERA DE SE DÉCONNECTER. UNE FORCE EXCESSIVE PEUT ENDOMMAGER LE CÂBLE OU CONNECTEUR Tel (410) of 26

10 STEP 6: TURN THE BATTERY ON Switch the Battery backup to the ON Position. IT IS NECESSARY TO HAVE THE BATTERY IN THE ON POSITION DURING NORMAL OPERATION IL EST NÉCESSAIRE D AVOIR LA BATTERIE DANS LA POSITION ON PENDANT LE FONCTIONNEMENT NORMAL Tel (410) of 26

11 STEP 7: CONNECT THE POWER TO THE SMARTAIRE MZ OR Through the hole in the floor where the SmartAire is to be installed, connect either a PoE Switch or Router based on 802.3af or a 5V/ 2A min coaxial power supply. Cat5 Cabling should be utilized for PoE supply PoE 802.3af would be suggested as the preferred option for powering the SmartAire Unit. For redundant installation, both the PoE and DC Coaxial supply can be provided, but this is not necessary. Once power is supplied to the unit, it will begin its power sequence. Refer to the alarm index in the back of this manual if alarms sound, this may indicate a problem with the unit. NOTE: POWER OVER ETHERNET IS THE PREFERABLE OPTION FOR POWER NOTE: COMMUTATEUR D ALIMENTATION PAR ETHERNET EST L OPTION PRÉFÉRABLE POUR L ALIMENTATION NOTE: CAT5 CABLING SHOULD BE UTILIZED FOR POE INSTALLATION NOTE: CÂBLAGE CAT5 DOIT ÊTRE UTILISÉ POUR INSTALLATION D ALIMENTATION PAR ETHERNET Tel (410) of 26

12 STEP 8: DEPLOY THE AIR BLOCKERS Slightly loosen the air blockers from the frame and slide them to the fully extended position. Then Retighten the screws down to lock them in position. A MANUAL PHILIPS HEAD SCREWDRIVER OR A TORQUE LIMITING ELECTRIC SCREW DRIVER IS BEST FOR THIS PORTION OF THE INSTALLATION TO AVOID OVER-TORQUING DAMAGE USE OF MORE THAN 15 IN.LB TORQUE MAY DAMAGE FASTENER. UN TOURNEVIS CRUCIFORME OU UN TOURNEVISE ELECTRIC AVEC UN LIMITEUR DE COUPLE EST PRÉFÉRABLE POUR CETTE PARTIE DE L INSTALLATION POUR ÉVITE UN SERRAGE EXCESSIF. PLUS QUE 15 IN.LB DE COUPLE PEUT ENDOMMAGER LA VISE Tel (410) of 26

13 STEP 9: ASSEMBLE THE SMARTAIRE WITH THE DIRECTAIRE AL Flip the SmartAire MZ and align the mounting holes with the holes on the bottom of the DirectAire Al. The display should be mounted in the orientation that it fits on the edge meant to go Towards the rack it is cooling. Hand Screw in the four 5mmx 5mm Screws. Confirm SmartAire MZ is mounted to DirectAire Al. UNIT MUST BE INSTALLED IN ORIENTATION WITH DISPLAY MOUNTED TOWARDS RACK ANY OTHER ORIENTATION MAY DAMAGE EQUIPMENT OR CAUSE FAILURE. L APPAREIL DOIT ÊTRE INSTALLÉ DANS L ORIENTTATION AVEC L AFFICHAGE MONTÉ TOWARDS BACK, AVEC TOUTES AUTRE ORIENTATION PEUVENT ENDOMMAGER L ÉQUIPMENT OU PROVOVQUER UNE PANNE Tel (410) of 26

14 STEP 9B: INSTALLATION WITH DIRECTAIRE Place the steel stringer hangers into the roll form stringer bases to the left and right parallel stringers to the face of the rack. Safely lower the fully extended SmartAire onto the stringer hangers, you may need to slightly tilt the hangers inward to connect it perfectly. Lastly, Install the DirectAire Panel gently into the floor. The DirectAire should rest just above the SmartAire and not apply any force to the SmartAire. If this is not the case please contact Tate for assistance, you may have non-standard understructure. Tel (410) of 26

15 STEP 10: PLACE THE ASSEMBLY INTO THE FLOOR Place the SmartAire / DirectAire Al Assembly vertically into the floor opening at the face of the rack. Be sure to install in the correct orientation Towards the rack For SmartAire/DirectAire Place the DirectAire panel directly on top of the preinstalled SmartAire MZ on hangers. The DirectAire should rest just above the SmartAire and not apply any force to the SmartAire. If this is not the case please contact Tate for assistance, you may have non-standard understructure. IF UNIT IS BEING REMOVED FOR SERVICE OR RELOCATION, TAKE CAUTION TO NOT CATCH CABLES OR HARDWARE ON ACCESS FLOOR UNDERSTRUCTURE AS IT MAY DAMAGE CABLES OR HARDWARE. SI L UNITÉ EST RETIRÉE POUR UN SERVICE OU DÉPLACEMTENT, PRENEZ GARDE À NE PAS ATTRAPER LES CABLES OU L EQUIPMENT SUR LA SOUS-STRUCTURE DU PLANCHER SURÉLÉVER POUR ÇELLA PEUT ENDOMMAGER LES CABLES OU L EQUIPMENT. Tel (410) of 26

16 INTERFACE The SmartAire MZ interface Consists of 10 buttons, each button is accessible through an access floor panel with the use of the eraser end of a pencil, press each button lightly to activate: 1. Power: With power connected, unit will power up immediately. a. To power the unit off, hold the power button for 5 seconds and the unit will open all zones and power down. b. Press the power button again to reactivate unit. 2. Information: Press the information button to scroll through relevant monitoring information such as: a. Current mode, current set point, current temperature readings of each zone, current positions of each zone s damper. CHANGING MODES 3. Mode: Press the mode button once to see which mode is currently active, press again while the display is flashing to cycle through the mode options: Quad-zone Mode: All four zones operate independently with high speed PID loops calculating current position based on each corresponding temperature sensor. This mode offers the highest degree of energy efficiency and control to the delivered airflow. Dual-zone Mode: zones 1&2, and Zones 3&4 are paired to a single PID loop each. Each pair operates off of the highest temperature reading between the two zones. This mode is ideal for installation beneath a DirectAire X2 or a shared Aisle design. Single-zone Mode: All four zones 1-4 are paired together into a single PID loop that operates off the highest value of all four sensors to determine a position. This is the most conservative control option. Auxiliary-C Mode or Client control mode: The unit will operate based upon the voltage applied to pins 3&4 on the Green Phoenix Connector. The following %Open Positions correspond to given input voltages: 0V:0%;2V:11% ; 4V:33%; 6V:56%; 8V:78%; 10V:100% Tel (410) of 26

17 Auxiliary-P Mode: This functions identically to Auxiliary-C mode Auxiliary-T mode or Technician Control Mode: The unit will operate based upon the highest temperature reading of all four sensors similarly to Single-zone mode, however the unit will remain at 0% Open unless a low voltage signal above 5v is supplied across the 3&4 pins on the Green Phoenix Connector. This mode is ideal for installation in Hot Aisle Containment with the control signal coming from a user input to activate when a user needs to work continuously in a hot aisle. Refer to SmartAire T on Tateinc.com for additional details and cost model information. REGIONAL UNIT CONVERSION 4. Unit conversion button ( C): Pressing this button once will convert the interface to Celsius. Pressing the button once more will convert the unit back into Fahrenheit. DISABLING UNOCCUPIED ZONES 5. Zone Disabling Buttons: Each button corresponds to a zone on the unit that can be disabled at the touch of the button, this causes the unit to move to the 0% Open position until pressed once again. The LED will remain lit to indicate that this zone is disabled until turned back on. This function is ideal in partially loaded racks, where the top airflow zones can be disabled to increase energy efficiency in the system. ADJUSTING THE SETPOINT 6. Set point Adjustment Buttons: Pressing the up(6) or down(7) buttons will cause the display to blink, this indicated you are adjusting the set point for the system, continuing to use these two button will increase or decrease the set point accordingly, wait 5 seconds for the set point to be set into memory. Holding down the set point buttons will allow the user to more quickly adjust the set point. Tel (410) of 26

18 TCP/IP ADVANCED PROGRAMMING & MONITORING 1. The advanced programming and monitoring menu should only be accessed by someone who is knowledgeable. 2. New and untested variations should only be modified in a non-active, controlled manner. MODIFYING ADVANCED MENU OPTIONS MAY SIGNIFICANTLY ALTER THE FUNCTION OF THE SMARTAIRE UNIT, TATE DOES NOT RECOMMEND MODIFYING VALUES WITHIN THE ADVANCED PROGRAMMING ON UNITS WHICH ARE ACTIVELY COOLING EQUIPMENT. MODIFICATION DES OPTION DE MENU AVANCÉ PEUT ALTÉRER DE MANIÈRE SIGNICANTE LA FONCTION DO L UNITÉ SMARTAIRE, TATE NE RECOMMANDE PAS DO MODIFIER LES VALEURS DANS LA PROGRAMMATION AVANCÉE SUR LES UNITÉS ACTIVEMENT ENGAGÉ DANS LE REFROIDISSEMENT D EQUIPMENT. 3. In order to connect to the TCP/IP Advanced programming interface two software programs are needed. a. A modern web browser such as Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, or Mozilla Firefox. Google Chrome recommended and is used for this guide. b. SmartAire Discoverer.exe: A simple network search application that finds the assigned IP address for the SmartAire Unit. This can be downloaded via our website on the right hand Technical Documents menu at the following link: 4. Open SmartAire Discoverer.exe and press Discover Devices. Tel (410) of 26

19 5. If everything is properly connected 1 or more SMARTAIREMZ should appear within the window, each with a specific IP and MAC Address. Each line represents one SmartAire unit. Note that SmartAire MZ requires connection to a dynamic DHCP network. 6. Double Clicking on the line will force the web browser to open with the IP Address of that specific unit. 7. This will prompt a username and password field, the default values are: a. Username: admin b. Password: admin 8. Enter these values and press log in to connect to the unit. Tel (410) of 26

20 9. The user is presented with the following menu items: a. Overview: A list of variables which can be configured as listed in the following table. b. TCP/IP Upgrade: To upgrade the system firmware; this is unnecessary to utilize unless directed by Tate. Uploading custom files may cause damage or harm to the SmartAire. c. Configuration: Interface to configure alerts for errors. The user can configure a custom Gmail account to originate all alerts from. SmartAire MZ must have access non-firewalled access to Smtp.Gmail.com and port 465 to function properly. d. Network Configuration: Interface to configure Network connectivity. Dynamic DHCP is the required configuration. e. Administrator: Edit log in password for local units for additional network security. f. Help: Additional topics for assistance. 10. Overview: A number of customizable variables are presented to the user the following table describes some of these in greater detail. (highlighted cells are Read & Write): Tel (410) of 26

21 11. Variable Name Description Units Default Min Max Notes Software Rev Current Software Revision Date FW_Jun Denotes current firmware revision Date TCP/IP Rev Current TCP/IP Revision Date Denotes current 1406 (YYMM) firmware revision Date Model Product Type SMARTAIRE R0 Current hardware revision Kp PID Proportional Gain These values Modify the response of the PID Loops Ki PID Integral Gain Kd PID Derivative Gain Mode 0: Quad Zone 1: Dual Zone 2: Single Zone 3: Aux-C 4: Aux-P 5: Aux-T Select Each mode (Quad, Dual, Single, Aux-C, Aux-P, Aux-T) Each mode represents a specific configuration as described in the above sections. T1_Min Override Minimum Possible Value % These values modify T2_Min Override Minimum Possible Value % the potential range of T3_Min Override Minimum Possible Value % operation of the T4_Min Override Minimum Possible Value % SmartAire unit. I.E. T1_Max Override Maximum Possible Value % minimum value of 50% T2_Max Override Maximum Possible Value % Open would prevent T3_Max Override Maximum Possible Value % the unit from closing T4_Max Override Maximum Possible Value % below 50% Open. T1 Current Temperature Deg F These Values represent T2 Current Temperature Deg F the current T3 Current Temperature Deg F temperature measured T4 Current Temperature Deg F at the temperature T1_Demand % sensors and the T2_Demand % current output T3_Demand % response as a % Open represented at each T4_Demand % zone. MasterSetPoint Deg F Manual Set Point override on T1SetPointOverride Deg F Individual set points zone 1; Ignored with value of 0 can be assigned to Manual Set Point override on T2SetPointOverride Deg F each zone as to allow zone 2; Ignored with value of 0 for specific control to Manual Set Point override on T3SetPointOverride Deg F maintain a different zone 3; Ignored with value of 0 set point than the T4SetPointOverride Deg F master value. Manual Set Point override on zone 4; Ignored with value of 0 Tel (410) of 26

22 T1_Fail 1: Power Alarm 2: High Temperature Alarm 3: Servo Failure Alarm 4: Temperature Sensor Failure Zone Failure T2_Fail Zone Failure T3_Fail Zone Failure T4_Fail Zone Failure Board OFF/ON 0: off 1: on Zone 1 0: Disable Disable/Enable 1: Enable Zone 2 0: Disable Disable/Enable 1: Enable Zone 3 0: Disable Disable/Enable Zone 4 Disable/Enable 1: Enable 0: Disable 1: Enable Zone Failures are indicators of issues on the unit. The SmartAire will also create an audible alarm if any of these conditions have caused failure. This value turns on and off the unit. These values are managed for individually disabling zones on the SmartAire. Tel (410) of 26

23 SNMP MONITORING AND CONTROL SNMP monitoring points are available for download in a.mib file within the zip file on the right hand Technical Documents menu at the following link: The following table of available OID addresses are configured for the SmartAire MZ: Parmeter Label Address Label OID Address Value Type Value (Example) sysobjectid.0 sysobjectid OID smartairinfo RW_Mode.0 RW_Mode Integer quad (0) RW_PWRSTATE.0 RW_PWRSTATE Integer on (1) syslocation.0 syslocation OctetString office trapenabled.0 trapenabled Integer no (0) RW_Zone4.0 RW_Zone Integer disable (0) RW_Zone3.0 RW_Zone Integer disable (0) RW_Zone2.0 RW_Zone Integer disable (0) RW_Zone1.0 RW_Zone Integer disable (0) RW_TempUnit.0 RW_TempUnit Integer deg F (1) syscontact.0 syscontact OctetString admin sysvalue.0 sysvalue OctetString Smartair Read_Value.0 Read_Value OctetString SMARTAIREMZ Read_ERORSTATE_T4.0 Read_ERORSTATE_T Integer Pass (0) Read_ERORSTATE_T3.0 Read_ERORSTATE_T Integer Pass (0) Read_ERORSTATE_T2.0 Read_ERORSTATE_T Integer Pass (0) Read_ERORSTATE_T1.0 Read_ERORSTATE_T Integer Pass (0) sysdescr.0 sysdescr OctetString PIC RW_MSP.0 RW_MSP OctetString 76.1 ReadTemperature_T4.0 ReadTemperature_T OctetString 73.1 ReadTemperature_T2.0 ReadTemperature_T OctetString 72.9 ReadTemperature_T3.0 ReadTemperature_T OctetString 72.8 ReadTemperature_T1.0 ReadTemperature_T OctetString 72.6 sysservices.0 sysservices Integer 7 Read_OID.0 Read_OID Integer sysuptime.0 sysuptime TimeTicks 17 minutes 44 seconds (106453) trapreceiveripaddress.0 trapreceiveripaddress IpAddress ReadDamper_T4.0 ReadDamper_T Integer 0 ReadDamper_T3.0 ReadDamper_T Integer 0 ReadDamper_T2.0 ReadDamper_T Integer 0 ReadDamper_T1.0 ReadDamper_T Integer 0 trapreceivernumber.0 trapreceivernumber Integer 0 trapcommunity.0 trapcommunity OctetString Tel (410) of 26

24 WIRING DIAGRAM POE Injector Switch (802.3af) Ethernet CAT5 Cables (1 Unit Per SmartAire) 4 Probe Temperature Sensor Rack SmartAire SA-P DirectAire Aluminum SmartAire SA-P DirectAire Aluminum Rack Rack SmartAire SA-P DirectAire Aluminum SmartAire SA-P DirectAire Aluminum Rack Rack SmartAire SA-P DirectAire Aluminum SmartAire SA-P DirectAire Aluminum Rack Rack SmartAire SA-P DirectAire Aluminum SmartAire SA-P DirectAire Aluminum Rack Note: SmartAire MZ Shown for use In Quad Zone Mode Tel (410) of 26

25 FACTORY DEFAULT SETTINGS Press and hold the i And C Simultaneously for 5 seconds, the unit will enter a factory default reset cycle. This will reset all parameters, SNMP settings and TCP/IP configurations and restore the unit to its default settings. The unit will reboot after a 5 second delay upon completing this action WARNING: FACTORY DEFAULT SETTINGS RESETS SET POINT TO ITS DEFAULT VALUE OF 76 F, CLOSES, AND REBOOTS AFTER A 5 SECOND DELAY AVERTISSEMENT: LE RÉGLAGES D USINE PAR DÉFAUT REINITIALISE LES POINT SET AU VALEUR DÉFAUT DE 76 F, SE FERME ET REDÉMMARRE APRÈS UN DÉLAI DE 5 SECONDES Tel (410) of 26

26 TROUBLESHOOTING & ALARMS Troubleshooting 1. Unit will not power up or power is lost unexpectedly. 2. Unable to control unit through manual interface 3. Yearly on board Battery Testing Warranty Double check all power connections and battery is switched to the ON position Device is in TCP/IP mode. Unplug all power connections, and switch the battery to the OFF position, wait 30 seconds, then plug power back in, switch battery to ON position and press the power button. Unplug the power connection from the unit and check that the alarm sounds for 10 seconds. Please contact Tate technical services if this is not the case within the first five years of operation. Please see or contact Tate Technical support for warranty terms and support. Alarm Index Note: All alarm conditions will cause SmartAire MZ to react by sounding an alarm, opening all zones fully and re-enabling any disabled zones. Additionally, if configured, an alarm will processed and sent. Alarm Description Resolution Er01: Error 01 Er01 Er02: Error 02 Er02 Er04: Error 04 Er04 Error Flag 1 indicates a power failure scenario, Error Flag 2 indicates a high temperature warning, or the measured temperature at the sensor is 10 F or more above the set point. Error Flag 4 indicates a sensor is functioning improperly or has become disconnected. check PoE supply and all connections or Coaxial power connections Perform a factory default reset, and ensure temperature sensors are within 10 F of default set point of 76 F. Check that all connections are secure, especially the primary temperature tree connector. If alarm persists, Perform a factory default reset. If any alarm is persistent and the above steps has no effect, please contact Tate Technical support for further assistance Tel (410) of 26

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