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  1. #1
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    WarmCool Adjust Sideloop

    Is it possible to use the warm/cool adjust in HVACPro in a sideloop? I want the W/C Adjust to control a fin tube Valve compared with the room temp.

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    Yes, it looks a lot like this. You may need to make it an AI to BO for the zone valve but this will get you started.

    Sideloop #02: RH-4 Control
    ------------
    Choose the sideloop type:
    AI to AO
    Input conditioning:
    None
    Choose control logic:
    PI Control with Reset Schedule
    Is occupied / unoccupied control needed?
    Yes
    Is shutdown control needed?
    No
    Define a BI point as a binary interlock?
    No
    Analog Inputs: Rm-130 Temp Rm-130 Rem SPT
    Binary Inputs: (NONE)
    Analog Outputs: RH-4 Valve Signal
    Binary Outputs: (NONE)
    Parameters: 130 High In 1 130 Low In 2
    130 High Out1 130 Low Out 2
    130 Failsoft In 130 Integration
    130 Prop Band 130 Dead Band
    130 Offset 130 Failsoft Out
    Actual 130 Setpoint Unocc High Out 1
    Unocc Low Output 2


    RH-4 Control/RS Stpt
    ADF 241 130 High In 1 130HiIn1 68.0 Deg F
    ADF 238 130 Low In 2 130LoIn2 76.0 Deg F
    ADF 235 130 High Out1 130HiOut 68.0 Deg F
    ADF 232 130 Low Out 2 130LoOut 76.0 Deg F
    ADF 214 130 Failsoft In 130-FSIN 68.0 Deg F
    ADF 211 Unocc High Out 1 UNOCOUT1 60.0 Deg F
    ADF 208 Unocc Low Output 2 UNOCOUT2 64.0 Deg F

    RH-4 Control/PI Stpt
    ADF 223 130 Integration 130-IT 150 Deg F
    ADF 217 130 Prop Band 130-PB -10.0 Deg F
    ADF 229 130 Dead Band 130-DB 1.0 Deg F
    ADF 220 130 Offset 130-OFST 0 %
    ADF 226 130 Failsoft Out 130FOUT 0 %
    *ADF 63 Actual 130 Setpoint ACT130SP ****
    If sense were so common everyone would have it !

    All opinions expressed are my own. Any advice provided is based on personal experience, generally accepted fact or publicly available information. As such, it is worth exactly what you paid for it, not a penny more not a penny less !!

  3. #3
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    thank you, I will try that

  4. #4
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    Well ? ? ?

    Did you make it work or not ?
    If sense were so common everyone would have it !

    All opinions expressed are my own. Any advice provided is based on personal experience, generally accepted fact or publicly available information. As such, it is worth exactly what you paid for it, not a penny more not a penny less !!

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