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1 --- OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (TRANSLATION OF THE ORIGINAL) SUPPLEMENTARY OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS FOR YOUR AIR CURTAIN SYSTEM Serial number: Year: Please quote this number when contacting customer service! Status Page 1

2 Operating Instructions for Controller TLC 700 TLC 700 Brief description Electronic air curtain controller TLC 700 with wired control element (remote control) for 5- stage or fully adjustable (in conjunction with ECM motors) activation of Teddington air curtain systems. The TLC 700 consists of the control element (remote control) and control board (master and/or master/slave); the control board is installed in the air curtain. A colour touchscreen with graphical presentation of the specific type of installation enables Teddington air curtain systems to be adjusted simply and accurately to meet all requirements. The TLC700 is characterised by a simple, self-explanatory menu navigation and programming by means of the integrated installation assistant. The menu navigation is available in 5 languages. Every operating step is explained by an integrated help function. Up to 9 air curtain systems can be connected to one control element and addressed individually or in parallel via the control element (TLC 700). Room temperature sensors integrated in the control panel or by means of external room sensors; sensors to control the heating function to a reduced, programmable speed level; display of the current room temperature; adjustable night-time temperature reduction. Manual/automatic function: automatic function via room thermostat or door contact, automatic switching of stages by external transmitter e.g. external thermostat, wind turbine, IR sensor, building management system (BMS) (0-10V, 0-20mA). The run-on time is freely programmable, and the speed levels for run-on and room heating function can be selected separately. Integrated week timer with freely selectable programming of switching times for overriding enable function. Summer /winter function: automatic switching between summer/winter function: automatic switching between summer/winter via external temperature sensor (option), activation of solenoid valve or pump, room temperature dependant electronic air discharge temperature control (option). Integrated filter monitoring function can be adapted easily on site to operating conditions, can be programmed to evaluate operating hours or external transmitter. Key lock with adjustable code can be activated. Retrieval of error messages via a battery cached error memory for remote diagnostics and assignment of an error message to the individual device concerned. Floating enable, operating and error message for simple communication with the BMS. Output for transmission of the current speed level to the BMS (0-10V). Recommended cable for bus cable: J-Y(ST)Y 2x2x0.8 mm² (shielded, twisted control cable). This guarantees a fault-free transmission up to 400 m. The connecting terminals have reverse polarity protection and are short-circuit-proof. Dimensions of control element: 135 x 96 x 28 mm Made in Germany. PLEASE NOTE Observe all safety instructions in the device operating instructions! Only adequately trained personnel who meet the requirements set out in the device operating instructions may work on the installation. It is necessary to ensure that the main power supply has been turned off before all work. Page 2 Status

3 Table of contents 1 Assembly, technical data and ebus diagram Assembly information Wiring information Technical data of the TLC 700 control element Technical data of the TLC 700 master Technical data of the TLC 700 slave ebus diagram Cable plans and termnals Master terminal plan, AC motors Slave terminal plan, AC motors Master terminal plan, EC motors Master terminal plan, EC motors Master terminal description Slave terminal description Start screen on putting into operation for the first time Commissioning using the installation assistant Setting the language Basic buttons Installation assistant Address installer Master systems selection Setting the time Enable Summer/winter setting Manual/automatic mode setting Room thermostat setting Servicing menu Main screen / standard displays Standard display depending on the version of air curtain system Standard display depending on the desired arrangement Functions main screen Hotkeys on the main screen Entry and keypad Settings menu Setting the language sub-menu Settings sub-menu Setting the time sub-menu Enable sub-menu Summer/winter setting sub-menu Manual/automatic setting sub-menu Room thermostat sub-menu Electronic air discharge temperature control sub-menu Manufacturer level sub-menu Servicing sub-menu Error/fault sub-menu Contacts and button overview sub-menu Status Page 3

4 70 mm Operating Instructions for Controller TLC Assembly, technical data and ebus diagram 1.1 Assembly information Assembly environment: Closed, dry room which is protected from dirt. Assembly: Wall-mounting with screws and dowels provided. The two fastening holes are positioned diagonally on two corners (see drawing). 110 mm Alternatively it is possible to assemble directly on a flush-mounted box. In this case it is necessary to ensure that only the four-wire connecting cables of the control element are inside the flushmounted box! Installation must be performed by an electrician; all applicable provisions and regulations of the responsible electricity supply company must be complied with. 1.2 Wiring information ebus networks: A shielded, twisted two-wire cable must be used to set up ebus networks. The wire shielding must be fastened to the housing of the air curtain system. The bus cable must have the properties listed below: The cable diameter must be at least 0.8 mm 2. The total of all bus cables must not exceed a maximum overall length of 400 m. Control element Page 4 Status

5 96 mm 28 mm 5 mm In contrast to the abovementioned ebus networks, a four-wire cable is used for the wiring of the TLC 700 control element. Two wires are for the ebus and two for the voltage supply. Details regarding the cable cross-section and the overall length etc. remain unchanged. PLEASE NOTE If more than one circuit board (master and/or master/slave) is connected, it is important for uninterrupted operation that the jumper is not placed on the same circuit board as the one on which the control element is connected. For example the control element which provides the supply voltage can be connected to the master circuit board 1. The jumper which guarantees the ebus supply must then be placed on master circuit board 2 or slave 1. It is also important to note that individual master systems in this ebus system must not be disconnected from the power supply. Electrical connection: Supply - Supply + ebus ebus + Optional external PT1000 sensor Dimensions: A B 135 mm C Status Page 5

6 Operating Instructions for Controller TLC 700 Synchronisation: Up to 8 TLC 700 slave circuit boards can be connected to a TLC 700 master circuit board via the ebus interface in order to activate further air curtain systems synchronously with the master system. Only one TLC 700 control element can be used per ebus network. The jumper for the ebus supply may only be placed on a circuit board (master or slave). The control element should not also be connected to this circuit board. The maximum number of circuit boards per ebus is 9, whereby at least one master circuit board must be connected. The addresses should be adjusted by DIP switch on the circuit boards. 1.3 Technical data of TLC 700 control element Electrical connection ebus (max. 24 V, 50 ma DC) 4-wire connection, ebus and voltage supply 4-pole connecting terminal Wire: mm² (rigid), mm² (flexible) mm² 2-pole connecting terminal Wire: mm² (rigid), mm² (flexible) mm² Keypad TFT display Temperature sensor, internal Temperature sensor, external TFT touch display 4.3 colour NTC PT 1000, connection using a 2-pole connecting terminal Protection class IP 20 in accordance with DIN EN (VDE ) Ambient temperature 0 C to + 50 C Storage temperature -10 C to + 60 C Assembly Housing material Wall mounting Plastic, ABS, UV resistant Housing colour White RAL 9016 Dimensions Weight Conformity 135mm x 96mm x 28 mm 185 g The control element satisfies the provisions of the Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (2004/108/EC), the Low Voltage Directive (2006/95/EC) and the harmonised standards DIN EN , DIN EN , and bears the CE mark. Page 6 Status

7 1.4 Technical data for the TLC 700 master Supply voltage Power input Fusing Interface 230 V AC, 50 Hz 11 VA 14 VA (with TLC 700 control element) 10 A T, microfuse 5 mm x 20 mm 80 ma F, microfuse 5 mm x 20 mm ebus (max. 24 V / 100 ma DC) Protection class IP00 in accordance with DIN EN (VDE ) Ambient temperature 0 C +50 C Storage temperature -10 C +60 C Max. connecting crosssections (see terminal dia- 2.5 mm² (X1 - X5) gram) 1.0 mm² (X6 - X8) 7x, floating, switched with switching contact, < 1.5 ma Digital inputs (12 V) 1x, 4 ma 20 ma DC, < 10 V Analogue inputs Selectable fan levels Analogue outputs Relay outputs (see terminal diagram) Triac output 1x, 0 V 10 V DC, < 1mA, 49.4 kω 2x, plug-in temperature sensor (NTC, 8.2 kω at 25 C) for air discharge temperature and outdoor temperature 5 or variable (analogue output) 0 V 10 V DC, < 35mA R1 R3 / R6 R10, 8 A, Ʃ I < 10 A, 250 V AC (µ), ohmic load R3 / R5, 2 A, 250 V AC (µ), ohmic load 200 ma, 250 V AC (µ), ohmic load Dimensions 240 mm x 108 mm x 48 mm (L x B x H) Weight Conformity 460 g The TLC 700 master control unit satisfies the provisions of the Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (2004/108/EC), the Low Voltage Directive (2006/95/EC) and the harmonised standards DIN EN , DIN EN , and bears the CE mark. Status Page 7

8 Operating Instructions for Controller TLC Technical data for the TLC 700 slave Supply voltage Power input Fusing Interface 230 V AC, 50 Hz 8 VA 10 A T, microfuse 5 mm x 20 mm 80 ma F, microfuse 5 mm x 20 mm ebus (max. 24 V / 100 ma DC) Protection class IP00 in accordance with DIN EN (VDE ) Ambient temperature 0 C +50 C Storage temperature -10 C +60 C Max. connecting crosssections (see terminal diagram) 2.5 mm² (X1 X4) 1.0 mm² (X5 / X6) Digital inputs 4x, floating, switched with switching contact, < 1.5 ma (12 V) Selectable fan levels 5 Relay outputs (see terminal diagram) R6 - R10, 8 A, Ʃ I < 10 A, 250 V AC (µ), ohmic load Dimensions Approx. 240 mm x 108 mm x 48 mm (L x B x H) Weight Conformity 420 g The TLC 700 slave control unit satisfies the provisions of the Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (2004/108/EC), the Low Voltage Directive (2006/95/EC) and the harmonised standards DIN EN , DIN EN , and bears the CE mark. Page 8 Status

9 1.6 ebus diagram Status Page 9

10 Operating Instructions for Controller TLC Cable plans and terminals 2.1 Master terminal plan, AC motors Page 10 Status

11 2.2 Slave terminal plan, AC motors Status Page 11

12 Operating Instructions for Controller TLC Master terminal plan, EC motors Page 12 Status

13 2.4 Slave terminal plan, EC motors Status Page 13

14 Operating Instructions for Controller TLC Master terminal description Terminal N: Mains voltage N-conductor (230V / 50 Hz). Terminal L: Mains voltage L-conductor (230V / 50 Hz). Terminal 52: Connection of the motor neutral conductor. Terminal 51: Connection of the motor phase. Terminal N: Terminal L1: Terminal L1: Terminal 57: Terminal 56: Terminal 55: Terminal 54: Terminal 53: Terminal N: Terminal 9: Terminal 32: Terminal N: Terminal 33: Terminal 34: Terminal PE: Terminal 15: Terminal 13: Terminal 14: Connection of the neutral conductor for the autotransformer. Connection of the phase for the transformer. Connection of the phase for the circuitry with 57 (if necessary). Connection of the transformer tapping with the highest voltage (e.g. 230 V). Connection of the transformer tapping with the 2 nd highest voltage (e.g. 180 V). Connection of the transformer tapping with the 3 rd highest voltage (e.g. 160 V). Connection of the transformer tapping with the 4 th highest voltage (e.g. 125 V). Connection of the transformer tapping with the lowest voltage (e.g. 70 V). Connection of the pump neutral conductor. Connection of the pump phase. The pump is used to transport the hot water from the boiler to the heater battery in the air curtain system. Connection of the control circuit from the power contactor K1 to shut down the transformer. Connection of the pump neutral conductor or connection of the mixer neutral conductor. Connection of the phase to open the mixer. The mixer is used to adjust the air discharge temperature. Connection of the phase to close the mixer. Connection of the earth conductor. Root of the floating changeover contact for the ext. fault message (230 V / max. 8 A or extra low voltage). If there is no fault, the root from is switched from terminal 15 to terminal 13. If a fault is present, the root from is switched from terminal 15 to terminal 14. Terminal 12: Root of the floating changeover contact for the ext. operating message (230 V / max. 8 A or extra low voltage). Terminal 10: If the fan motors are still, then the root is switched from terminal 12 to terminal 10. Terminal 11: If the fan motors are running, then the root is switched from terminal 12 to terminal X5 / 11. Terminal 20 & 21: Input for the floating thermal contacts of the fan motors. Terminal 22 & 23: Input for the floating thermal contacts of the transformer. Terminal 24 & 25: Input for the floating switch of the filter monitoring. Terminal 16 & 17: Input for the floating frost protection switch. Page 14 Status

15 Terminal 18 & 19: Input for the floating repair switch. Terminal 35 & 36: Input for the air discharge temperature sensor. This sensor is an NTC with a specific characteristic curve. Terminal 37 & 38: Output ( V) to activate fans with V input or as stage operating message. Stage 0 = 1 V, St. 1 = 2.5 V, St. 2 = 4 V, St. 3 = 5.5 V, St. 4 = 7 V, St. 5 = 8.5V (+/- 0.5 V). The positive potential lies on terminal 37. Terminal 38 is GND. Terminal 28 & 29: Input for a floating ext. enabling contact (e.g. DDC). Terminal 39 & 42: Input ( ma) for the IR sensor. The IR sensor is used to measure the ground temperature. The fan speed is controlled in automatic operating mode on the basis of the ground temperature and an adjusted set point. The positive potential is connected to terminal 39. Terminal 42 is the common GND connection for the inputs 39, 40 and 41. Terminal 40 & 42: Input ( V) for specification of a fan speed level in automatic operating mode (e.g. when using a wind turbine). The fan speed is controlled in automatic operating mode on the basis of the input voltage and an adjusted set point. The positive potential is connected to terminal 40. Terminal 42 is the common GND connection for the inputs 39, 40 and 41. Terminal 41 & 42: Input for the outdoor temperature sensor. This sensor is an NTC with a specific characteristic curve. The outdoor temperature measured influences the fan speed. Terminal 30 & 31: Input for a floating ext. automatic operating mode contact (e.g. room thermostat). Terminal 26 & 27: Input for a floating ext. automatic operating mode contact (e.g. door contact). Terminal 1 & 2: Terminal 1 & 2: Terminal 3 & 4: Bus connection for the operating element with reverse polarity protection. Bus connection for a master or slave circuit board with reverse polarity protection. Supply voltage control element. Setting the master address Master address Master Master Master Master Master Master Master Master Master Status Page 15

16 Operating Instructions for Controller TLC Slave terminal description Terminal N: Mains voltage N-conductor (230V / 50 Hz). Terminal L: Mains voltage L-conductor (230V / 50 Hz). Terminal 52: Connection of the motor neutral conductor. Terminal 51: Connection of the motor phase. Terminal N: Connection of the neutral conductor for the auto transformer. Terminal L1: Connection of the phase for the transformer. Terminal L1: Connection of the phase for the circuitry with 57 (if necessary). Terminal 57: Connection of the transformer tapping with the highest voltage (e.g. 230 V). Terminal 56: Connection of the transformer tapping with the 2 nd highest voltage (e.g. 180 V). Terminal 55: Connection of the transformer tapping with the 3 rd highest voltage (e.g. 160 V). Terminal 54: Connection of the transformer tapping with the 4 th highest voltage (e.g. 125 V). Terminal 53: Connection of the transformer tapping with the lowest voltage (e.g. 70 V). Terminal 32 & N: Terminal PE: Connection of the control circuit from the power contactor K1 to shut down the transformer. Connection of the earth conductor. Terminal 20 & 21: Input for the floating thermal contacts of the fan motors Terminal 22 & 23: Input for the floating thermal contacts of the transformer. Terminal 18 & 19: Input for the floating repair switch. Terminal 16 & 17: Input for the floating frost protection switch. Terminal 1 & 2: Terminal 1 & 2: Bus connection for the control element or for a master or slave circuit board with reverse polarity protection. Bus connection for a master or slave circuit board with reverse polarity protection. Setting the slave address Master assignment of a slave (the first four Bits) Slave address (the last four Bits) Master Slave Master Slave Master Slave Master Slave Master Slave Master Slave Master Slave Master Slave Example: The slave 4 from master 2, DIP switch address = Page 16 Status

17 3 Start screen on putting into operation for the first time Installation assistant screen This screen is shown when you implement the installation assistant or when you have switched the system off. Next button: By pushing the Next button you can access the Languages menu and start the installation assistant which guides you through the settings menu. Key button: The key button activates/deactivates the key lock. Status Page 17

18 Operating Instructions for Controller TLC Commissioning using the installation assistant 4.1 Setting the language In the Languages menu it is possible to set one of the five languages displayed. When a language has been selected, a blue tick appears next to the selected language and the heading changes into the selected language. German is set as standard language. Back button: The Back button returns you to the last menu accessed. Next button (is only displayed in the installation assistant): Pushing the Next button takes you to the Basic buttons menu. Information button: Actuating the Info button opens an information screen. This contains a brief explanation of the setting options in the respective menu. Page 18 Status

19 4.2 Basic buttons All buttons which can appear on the individual menu pages are explained on these menu screens. Scroll buttons: You can scroll backwards and forwards between basic buttons screens using the scroll buttons. Next button (is only displayed in the installation assistant): Pushing the Next button takes you to the Installation assistant menu. Status Page 19

20 Operating Instructions for Controller TLC Installation assistant This screen is only displayed in the installation assistant. It is an information screen that is intended to protect against incorrect commissioning. Back button: The Back button returns you to the last menu accessed. Next button (is only displayed in the installation assistant): Pushing the Next button takes you to the Address installer menu. Information button: Actuating the Info button opens an information screen. This contains a brief explanation of the setting options in the respective menu. Cancel assistant button: The installation procedure can be aborted using this button and you return to the start screen of the installation assistant again. Previous entries in the installation assistant are deleted. Page 20 Status

21 4.4 Address installer The contact details of the installer are entered and saved in this menu. This entry is optional, but advisable. It enables the end user to know at all times who to approach for servicing and repair work. Back button: The Back button returns you to the last menu accessed. Next button (is only displayed in the installation assistant): Pushing the Next button takes you to the Master systems menu. Information button: Actuating the Info button opens an information screen. This contains a brief explanation of the setting options in the respective menu. Status Page 21

22 Operating Instructions for Controller TLC Master systems selection This screen is only displayed in the installation assistant. In total up to 9 air curtain systems can be controlled/regulated from one control element (remote control) of the TLC 700 controller. In this menu you can stipulate whether all connected air curtain systems are to be set with identical basic parameters or whether individual parameters should apply to each master system. The basic parameters set in the installation assistant can be changed at any time in the settings menu. Back button: The Back button returns you to the last menu accessed. Next button (is only displayed in the installation assistant): Pushing the Next button takes you to the Setting the time menu. Information button: Actuating the Info button opens an information screen. This contains a brief explanation of the setting options in the respective menu. Master system identical button: If this button is activated (green), then the values entered subsequently are sent to all connected systems. Otherwise the number of connected master systems is determined and the operator must enter the values separately for each system. Page 22 Status

23 4.6 Setting the time Time, date and switching times can be set and specified in this menu. Time and date are already set in the factory. Back button: The Back button returns you to the last menu accessed. Next button (is only displayed in the installation assistant): Pushing the Next button takes you to the Enable menu. Information button: Actuating the Info button opens an information screen. This contains a brief explanation of the setting options in the respective menu. Activation/deactivation button: If this button is activated (green), the stored switching times are activated, and the switching times have priority over manual and automatic operating function. The stored switching times are not lost when the button is deactivated (red). Status Page 23

24 Operating Instructions for Controller TLC 700 Time button: You can set the current time in this screen: "Hours/minutes" When you touch one of the time boxes, a numerical input window opens up so you can enter the desired time. Automatic summer/winter time setting button: If this button is set (green), the system automatically switches between summer and winter time. Date button: You can set the current date in this screen: Day/month/year If you touch one of the date boxes, a numerical input window opens up so you can enter the desired figures. Page 24 Status

25 4.6.1 Switching times Start time button: The switching times are numbered consecutively. As with setting the time, a sub-menu opens to enter the start time. Stop time button: As with setting the time, a sub-menu opens to enter the stop time. Mon/Tue/Wed/Thur/Fri/Sat/Sun buttons: Selection of the days on which the start and stop time should apply. The selected days are indicated by a tick. Other switching times can be created. To do this you must scroll down using the scroll button. The number in the switching times screen then changes from 01 to 02 etc. In total 6 switching times can be set per master system. Scrolling forwards and backwards button: You can view the set times using the scroll button. Status Page 25

26 Operating Instructions for Controller TLC Enable It can be specified in the enable menu whether a key lock function is desired. If so, an individual key lock code can be stipulated. Back button: The Back button returns you to the last menu accessed. Next button (is only displayed in the installation assistant): Pushing the Next button takes you to the Summer/winter setting menu. Information button: Actuating the Info button opens an information screen. This contains a brief explanation of the setting options in the respective menu. Activate key lock button: If the key lock function is activated (green), this is displayed in menu screens. The standard setting is green = activated with code Authorisation code button: When you actuate the button a 4-digit numerical input box opens. You must enter the authorisation code 1106 here. The authorisation code is always the same, and cannot be changed. Page 26 Status

27 New code for the key lock button: Important: before you can specify a new code for the key lock, the authorisation code 1106 must first be entered. If the authorisation code is not entered or is entered incorrectly, the system will not accept the new key lock code! When you actuate the button, a 4-digit numerical input box opens. You can now enter your desired authorisation code is stored as standard. NB: if you forget the code of an activated key lock, the supply voltage must be briefly disconnected from the controller. This deactivates the key lock and you can store a new key lock code. 4.8 Summer/winter setting The basic summer/winter settings of your air curtain system can be stipulated in this menu. In summer mode the heating supply from the heating medium is interrupted. The shut-off valve, the pump or the electronic control valve (optional) are closed or switched off. In winter mode, the heating supply from the heating medium is enabled. The shut-off valve, the pump or the electronic control valve (optional) are open or switched on. Back button: The Back button returns you to the last menu accessed. Status Page 27

28 Operating Instructions for Controller TLC 700 Next button (is only displayed in the installation assistant): Pushing the Next button takes you to the Manual/automatic settings menu. Information button: Actuating the Info button opens an information screen. This contains a brief explanation of the setting options in the respective menu. Summer/winter function button: When this function is activated (green), the air curtain system can be operated both in summer and winter. If the customer wishes the system to only be operated in one mode (either just summer or just winter), this can be specified by deactivating the function (red). Whether only the summer mode or only the winter mode should be active is defined at the manufacturer level Automatic summer/winter changeover Temperature entry button: The summer/winter changeover is switched manually by operating staff by way of standard. If the optional outdoor temperature sensor is available, the summer/winter changeover takes place automatically using the specified set point (e.g. 18 C). An additional window opens up to enter the desired temperature (standard setting = 18 C) when you actuate this button. When you touch the temperature box, a numerical input window opens up so you can enter the desired temperature. Page 28 Status

29 4.8.2 Electronic air discharge temperature control Room temperature switching button This information button is only displayed when the room temperature switching has been activated in the settings menu. It cannot be used to adjust settings. Summer (cooling) button: This button is only displayed when the cooling function is activated at the manufacturer level (standard = deactivated). The summer (cooling) function is required when the air curtain system is also to be used for cooling. In this case the output signal to the motorised control valve is reversed. The temperature set point for the summer mode can be entered here. Winter (heating) button: The temperature set point for winter mode can be entered here. General: When you touch the temperature box, a numerical input window opens up so you can enter the desired temperature. Actual value box: The current air discharge temperature of the air curtain system is displayed here. Status Page 29

30 Operating Instructions for Controller TLC 700 Mixer run time button: This specifies the run time that the valve requires from one end position to the other end position (factory setting = 330 sec). I-control constant (heating) button: The integral part of the electronic air discharge temperature control which influences the control performance can be adjusted here (setting from 0 to 240 sec., factory setting = 200 sec.). P-control constant (heating) button: The proportional part of the electronic air discharge temperature control which influences the control performance can be adjusted here (setting from 10 to 1000 %, factory setting = 500 %). Min. valve opening button: When a value (greater than 0%) is entered here, a specific volume of water flows permanently through the heater battery. This prevents the heater battery freezing in the winter, causing frost damage. This function is only active in winter mode! General: When you touch the numeric keypad, a numerical input window opens up so you can enter the desired level. Page 30 Status

31 Set point night-time temperature reduction button: The night-time temperature reduction is active when this button is set (green). This function can only be activated when switching times have been stored in the timer program. Winter button: The temperature set point (air discharge temperature control) for night-time temperature reduction can be entered here. I-control constant (heating) button: The integral part of the electronic air discharge temperature control which influences the control performance can be adjusted here (setting from 0 to 240 sec., factory setting = 200 sec.). P-control constant (cooling) button: The proportional part of the electronic air discharge temperature control which influences the control performance can be adjusted here (setting from 10 to 1000 %, factory setting = 500 %). General: When you touch the numeric keypad, a numerical input window opens up so you can enter the desired level. Status Page 31

32 Operating Instructions for Controller TLC Manual/automatic mode setting This menu page is displayed with speed or level, depending on which type of motor is installed (AC or DC). It is set in the factory (Teddington). Specify the basic manual/automatic mode settings for your air curtain system in this menu. In manual mode the air curtain system operates permanently at the preselected level. The level can be set on the control element. In automatic mode the air curtain system is switched on and off automatically. The level is preselected manually on the control element or optionally automatically. Back button: The Back button returns you to the last menu accessed. Next button (is only displayed in the installation assistant): Pushing the Next button takes you to the Room thermostat menu. Information button: Actuating the Info button opens an information screen. This contains a brief explanation of the setting options in the respective menu. Page 32 Status

33 Manual/Auto function button: When this function is activated (green), the air curtain system can be operated in both manual and automatic operating mode. If the customer wishes the system to be operated in only one mode (either just manual or just automatic), this can be specified by deactivating (red). It is defined at the manufacturer level whether only manual or only automatic operating mode should be active. Automatic run-on button: You can specify here how long the fans continue to run after the system has been switched off in automatic mode. This prevents the system being switched on and off constantly in busy times (adjustable: sec, standard = 20 sec). Level/speed for the run-on button: By activating this function (green), you can specify a level or a speed for the run-on time. When you touch the numeric keypad, a numerical input window opens up so you can enter the desired level. PLEASE NOTE Only one of the four automatic functions described below can be selected! The decision as to which function is best for you depends on the particular building situation. Outdoor temperature sensor button: The speed or level switching takes place automatically here using an optional outdoor temperature sensor. This function is only active in automatic operating mode. Button set (green) - Outdoor temperature function is active. Summer/winter operation button: By activating this function (green), the system is also controlled automatically via the outdoor temperature sensor in summer mode. Summer/winter changeover button: When this function is activated, the summer/winter changeover for the speed control takes place according to the set point that has been entered (standard value = 18 C). Outdoor temperature box: The current outdoor temperature is displayed here. Status Page 33

34 Operating Instructions for Controller TLC 700 Level/speed box: Level and speed values for summer and winter mode can be specified here depending on the outdoor temperature. The heading level or speed depends on the type of motor installed. If the Summer/winter operation button in the automatic operating mode outdoor temperature screen has been deactivated (red), the summer column is not shown. Only entries for the winter mode can be made therefore. General: When you touch the numeric keypad, a numerical input window opens up so you can enter the desired level. Infrared sensor button: The speed or level switching takes place automatically here when using an optional infrared sensor. This function is only active in automatic operating mode. Button set (green) - Infrared sensor function is active. Set point button: You can enter the set point for the ground temperature here. Actual level box: The current ground temperature is displayed here. P-control constant button: The proportional part of the electronic infrared control which influences the control performance can be adjusted here (setting from 10 to 1000 %, factory setting = 100 %). I-control constant button: The integral part of the electronic infrared control which influences the control performance can be adjusted here (setting from 0 to 240 sec., factory setting = 10 sec.). General: When you touch the numeric keypad, a numerical input window opens up so you can enter the desired level. Page 34 Status

35 External 0-10V signal button: The speed or level switching takes place automatically here using an external 0-10V signal (e.g. BMS, wind turbine). This function is only active in automatic mode. Button set (green) V signal function is active. Actual level box: The actual value of the external input signal is displayed here. Linear button: By activating (green) the linear function in in automatic operating mode, the output signal (speed/level) is determined and generated proportional to the input signal (0-10 V). Input 0-10V Level 0-9 % % % % % % 5 PI- control button: By activating (green) the PI control function in automatic operating mode, the output signal (speed/level) is determined and generated by the PI control. The PI control regulates the difference between the actual value (0-100%/0-10V input) and the set point value which has been set using the control element. Set point button: The set point for the PI control can be set here. This set point button is only displayed when the PI control function has been activated! The four input value boxes are required for the linear function. Bottom input value buttons: How the input signals are to be shown as values on the display is specified here. Example turbine: Bottom input value 0V (0 km/h)=0% Top input value 10V (50 km/h)=100% Status Page 35

36 Operating Instructions for Controller TLC 700 P-control constant button: The proportional part of the PI-control which influences the control performance can be adjusted here (setting from 10 to 1000 %, factory setting = 100 %). P-part: P=10% and ΔU = 0.1 V >> speed change = 1% I-control constant button: The integral part of the PI-control which influences the control performance can be adjusted here (setting from 0 to 240 sec., factory setting = 10 sec.). I-part: I = 60 sec., P=100% and ΔU = 0.1 V (constant over 60 sec.) >> speed change = 1% General: When you touch the numeric keypad, a numerical input window opens up so you can enter the desired level. External 0-20mA signal button: The speed or level switching takes place automatically here using an external 0-20mA signal (e.g. BMS, turbine). This function is only active in automatic operating mode. Button set (green) 0-20mA signal function is active. Actual level box: The actual value of the external input signal is displayed here. Linear button: By activating (green) the linear function in in automatic operating mode, the output signal (speed/level) is determined and generated proportional to the input signal (0-20 ma). Input 0-20 ma Level 0-9 % % % % % % 5 Page 36 Status

37 PI-control button: By activating (green) the PI control function in automatic operating mode, the output signal (speed/level) is determined and generated by the PI control. The PI control regulates the difference between the actual value (0-100%/0-20mA input) and the set point value which has been set using the control element. Set point button: The set point for the PI control can be set here. This set point button is only displayed when the PI control function has been activated! The four input value boxes are required for the linear function. Bottom input value buttons: How the input signals are to be shown as values on the display is specified here. Example turbine: Bottom input value 0mA (0 km/h)=0% Top input value 20mA (50 km/h)=100% P-control constant button: The proportional part of the PI-control which influences the control performance can be adjusted here (setting from 10 to 1000 %, factory setting = 100 %). P-part: P=10% and ΔU = 0.1 V >> speed change = 1% I-control constant button: The integral part of the PI-control which influences the control performance can be adjusted here (setting from 0 to 240 sec., factory setting = 10 sec.). I-part: I = 60 sec., P=100% and ΔU = 0.1 V (constant over 60 sec.) >> speed change = 1% General: When you touch the numeric keypad, a numerical input window opens up so you can enter the desired level. Status Page 37

38 Operating Instructions for Controller TLC Room thermostat setting Whether the system is to be switched on and off automatically using a room thermostat and therefore the heating function is desired is specified using the room thermostat menu. The automatic activation via terminals 26 and 27 (door contact) has priority over the room thermostat function! Back button: The Back button returns you to the last menu accessed. Information button: Actuating the Info button opens an information screen. This contains a brief explanation of the setting options in the respective menu. Thermostat button: The room thermostat function is active (standard = activated) when this button is set (green). Internal/external button: By actuating the internal or external button, you specify whether the internal room sensor or an external room sensor/external room thermostat is to be used for the thermostat function. The controller automatically detects whether an external room sensor or an external room thermostat has been connected. Page 38 Status

39 Set point button: You can enter the set point for the room temperature here. If the room temperature (actual value) falls below the set point, the system is switched on in automatic mode. This set point is used for the internal and external room sensor. Actual value box: The current room temperature is displayed here. Base load level/base load speed button: This function is active when this button is set (green) and the following settings (e.g. base load level/base load speed) are displayed (standard = deactivated). Scroll forwards button: You can scroll to the next settings menu page using this button. Scroll backwards button: You can scroll back to the previous settings menu page using this button. Next button (is only displayed in the installation assistant): Pushing the Next button takes you to the Servicing menu. Depending on which motor has been connected (AC or EC), base load level or base load speed is displayed in the menu. The AC or EC motor setting is made by the manufacturer. Base load level/base load speed button: When the base load level/base load speed button (previous screen) has been activated (green), the input box for the base load level/base load speed appears in the menu. Using this setting you can specify a special level/speed for the room thermostat operation. Night-time temperature reduction button: You can set a different night-time room temperature by activating this function (green). This function can only be activated when switching times have been activated in the timer program. Set point button (is only displayed when the night-time temperature reduction is active): You can adjust the room temperature at which the systems should be switched on at night by actuating the set point button. This set point is used for the internal and external room sensor (standard = 16 C). Actual value box: The current room temperature is displayed here. General: When you touch the numeric keypad, a numerical input window opens up so you can enter the desired level. Status Page 39

40 Operating Instructions for Controller TLC Servicing menu Whether and how a filter service message is generated is specified in the servicing menu. Back button: The Back button returns you to the last menu accessed. Next button (is only displayed in the installation assistant): Pushing the Next button takes you to the main screen and you leave the installation assistant. Information button: Actuating the Info button opens an information screen. This contains a brief explanation of the setting options in the respective menu. Filter servicing button: This function is active (standard = activated) when this button is set (green) and you are informed automatically when the next service is due. Page 40 Status

41 Internal/external button (is only displayed with activate filter servicing): By actuating the internal or external button, you can specify whether the service message is triggered internally or by an external signal. If the internal button is activated, the service is generated by a time module (operating hours). If the external button has been activated, a service message is triggered via an external signalling device (terminal 24/25). Actual operating hours display: Display of the operating hours since the last service. The operating hours are incremental. Target operating hours button: Specification of the time interval between servicing units (standard = 500h; you can and should check this interval and adapt it to your situation. Please refer to the air curtain operating instructions to find out how to establish the correct interval). Set to 0 button: By actuating the Set to 0 button, the actual operating hours display is set to 0. The counting of the operating hours starts from the beginning again. This completes the installation assistant for the first master system. If you have selected further different master systems, you can now go to the start of the second installation assistant for the second master system starting with setting the time. If you have not selected another master system, you go to the main screen for the controller. Status Page 41

42 Operating Instructions for Controller TLC Main screen / standard displays 5.1 Standard screen depending on the version of air curtain system The arrangement of the air curtain system in the display has already been set in the factory and can be changed by the manufacturer at any time. After implementing the installation assistant, one of the following screens is displayed for each master system: IDW screen (air roll rotating inwards) only appears if more than one master system is pre- The system selection box sent in the system (ebus)! ADW screen (air roll rotating outwards) Page 42 Status

43 5.2 Standard display depending on the desired arrangement One-sided left screen One-sided right screen Two-sided screen Status Page 43

44 Operating Instructions for Controller TLC 700 Please note: System selection can only take place after implementing the installation assistant in the main screen! You can select the system to be adjusted in this screen. Green: Blue: Orange: Grey: System is present and switched on Selected system System is present but switched off System is not present Page 44 Status

45 5.3 Functions main screen Key lock button: The key lock can be activated and deactivated here. Actuating the button opens a window in which the key lock code can be entered. After entering the code the display is locked and therefore protected from unauthorised operation. The activated key lock is displayed by a closed padlock. Settings menu button: The settings overview menu is opened using this button: On/off button: Switches the master air curtain system off. If more than one master systems (Multimaster) are connected, all systems are switched off simultaneously by keeping the button pressed for longer. Status Page 45

46 Operating Instructions for Controller TLC Hotkeys on the main screen The most important basic functions are integrated on the respective main screen by means of hotkeys. When touched the functions can be opened and changed without having to run through the settings menu steps etc. Only the functions which have been activated are displayed on the main screen! Functions are stored on these screen systems: Page 46 Status

47 Function Setting the date Symbol which can be activated on the main screen Function subpage which appears after actuating the symbol Air discharge temperature Outdoor temperature Time Summer/ winter function or Status Page 47

48 Operating Instructions for Controller TLC 700 Speed or level setting or Manual/automatic function or System selection Room temperature Ground temperature (Actual value = ground temperature) Page 48 Status

49 5.5 Entry and keypad The operator must be able to store various values in the settings menu pages. For example when setting the time, press on the value you want to change and this opens a numerical keypad in a submenu. You can enter the new value here and/or delete the existing values again using the Delete button. A written entry must be stored for other settings. A keypad screen therefore appears for these input boxes (when touched). Status Page 49

50 Operating Instructions for Controller TLC Settings menu Actuating the Settings menu button on the main screen takes you to this sub-menu. Here you can adjust all settings that are required for ideal functioning of the air curtain system. Settings from the installation assistant can likewise be changed here. Back button: The Back button returns you to the main screen. 6.1 Setting the language sub-menu Language setting button: For menu description, see Chapter 41.1, Page 18. Page 50 Status

51 6.2 Settings sub-menu The installed software version (is automatically detected) and the installed hardware version (is likewise automatically detected) are displayed on the first page of settings. Back button: The Back button returns you to the last menu accessed. Information button: Actuating the Info button opens an information screen. This contains a brief explanation of the setting options in the respective menu. Scroll forwards button: You can scroll to the next settings menu page using this button. The three functions marked above are only displayed if the electronic air discharge temperature control has been activated! Activate room switching button: The room temperature difference is switched to the air discharge temperature control on activating this function (green) (standard = deactivated). Reinforcement factor button: If the current room temperature is higher than the set room temperature set point, the air discharge temperature set point is automatically changed with the aid of the reinforcement factor (standard setting 2). Example: Current room temperature 23 C Set point room temperature 22 C Reinforcement factor 2 Set point air discharge temp. control 37 C Status Page 51

52 Operating Instructions for Controller TLC 700 Using the reinforcement factor 2 and the room temperature variation of 1 C, the set point of the air discharge temperature is corrected from 37 C to 35 C. Minimum set point air discharge temperature button: With this setting you determine the lowest set point of the electronic air discharge temperature control (standard setting 30 C) which the room temperature switching calculates and does not fall below. General: When you touch the numeric keypad, a numerical input window opens up so you can enter the desired level. Scroll forwards button: You can scroll to the next settings menu page using this button. Contact details of installer button Actuating this box takes you to the sub-menu to change or enter the address data of the installer; see Chapter 4.4, Page 21. Sleep mode button Actuating this box takes you to a submenu in which you can adjust the sleep mode time. The function is active when no further operation has taken place after the set time (standard setting 15 minutes). The idle screen appears in the display (black/grey image). If 0 is entered here, the sleep mode is deactivated. To deactivate the function you only need to touch the screen. Irrespective of where you were before activation, after activation you are always on the main screen. Page 52 Status

53 6.3 Setting the time sub-menu Time setting button: Menu description see Chapter 4.6 Setting the time, Page Enable sub-menu Enable button: Menu description see Chapter 4.7 Enable, Page Summer/winter setting sub-menu Summer/winter setting button: Menu description see Chapter 4.8 Summer/winter setting, Page Manual/automatic setting sub-menu Manual/automatic setting button: Menu description see Chapter 4.9 Manual/automatic mode setting, Page Room thermostat sub-menu Room thermostat button: Menu description see Chapter 4.10 Room thermostat setting, Page 38 Status Page 53

54 Operating Instructions for Controller TLC Electronic air discharge temperature control sub-menu Electronic air discharge temperature control button: Menu description see Chapter Electronic air discharge temperature control, Page Manufacturer level sub-menu Manufacturer level button: Actuating this button takes you to the start screen of the manufacturer level; access is reserved for the manufacturer Servicing sub-menu Servicing button: Description see Chapter 4.11 Servicing menu, Page 40 Page 54 Status

55 6.11 Error/fault sub-menu The faults screen shows you a report of the last faults that have arisen. If a fault occurs, this is firstly displayed on the main screen. Once the fault has been rectified, it can be acknowledged using the button. The fault window is then faded out. The fault can only be acknowledged if you are on the screen of the respective master system, e.g. the is not displayed if a fault is present in system 2, but the operator is in the menu of system 1! Status Page 55

56 Operating Instructions for Controller TLC Contacts and button overview sub-menu This menu screen gives you important information about the manufacturer of the air curtain system, the installer and above all which basic menu buttons you must be familiar with in order to operate the TLC 700 controller easily. In this sub-menu you will find all essential information on the manufacturer of the air curtain system. The contact details of the installer are stored in this sub-menu. Basic buttons: Menu description see Chapter 4.2 Basic buttons, Page 19 Page 56 Status

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