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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
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    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 ****
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    thank you, I will try that

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    Well ? ? ?

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

    Any advice provided is worth exactly what you paid for it, not a penny more not, a penny less !!

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