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TEC2647Z-2 BACnet® MS/TP Zone Controller for Stand-Alone and Networked Zoning Systems

Installation Instructions
Part No. 24-9890-676, Rev. A
Issued July 18, 2008 Supersedes June 27, 2008

Applications
The TEC2647Z-2 Zone Controller is a BACnet® Master-Slave/Token-Passing (MS/TP) device that operates with a Johnson Controls® TEC2664Z-2 Rooftop Controller to provide efficient space temperature control in constant volume zoning systems. This technologically advanced zone controller provides proportional 0 to 10 VDC control of pressure dependent Variable Air Volume (VAV) equipment with or without local reheat. The TEC2647Z-2 and TEC2664Z-2 controller combination can operate as a stand-alone zoning system, or it can operate with a Building Automation System (BAS) that enables remote monitoring and programmability in networked zoning systems. The TEC2647Z-2 Zone Controller features an intuitive user interface with backlit display that makes setup and operation quick and easy. The zone controller also employs a unique, Proportional-Integral (PI) time-proportioning algorithm that virtually eliminates temperature offset associated with traditional, differential-based zone controllers. IMPORTANT: The TEC2647Z-2 Zone Controller is intended to provide an input to equipment under normal operating conditions. Where failure or malfunction of the zone controller could lead to personal injury or property damage to the controlled equipment or other property, additional precautions must be designed into the control system. Incorporate and maintain other devices, such as supervisory or alarm systems or safety or limit controls, intended to warn of or protect against failure or malfunction of the zone controller.

North American Emissions Compliance
United States
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when this equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference, in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his/her own expense.

Canada
This Class (A) digital apparatus meets all the requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations. Cet appareil numérique de la Classe (A) respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada.

TEC2647Z-2 BACnet® MS/TP Zone Controller for Stand-Alone and Networked Zoning Systems Installation Instructions

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Supply MS/TP Bus Rooftop Controller

Rooftop Unit Return Bypass Damper Bypass Airflow

Mixed Airflow Return Airflow


Zone Controller

Zone Damper


Zone Controller

Zone Damper

Zone Damper
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Zone Controller

RS485 End-of-Line Terminator (MS-BACEOL-0)

Figure 1: Typical Zoning Control System Installed on a Single MS/TP Bus

Mounting
Figure 1 illustrates a typical zoning control system installed on a single MS/TP Bus. This installation consists of multiple TEC2647Z-2 Zone Controllers, each controlling a single zone damper; and a TEC2664Z-2 Rooftop Controller controlling a rooftop unit. The TEC2664Z-2 Rooftop Controller can be wired to an optional supervisory controller.

To install the zone controller: 1. Use a Phillips-head screwdriver to remove the security screw on the bottom of the zone controller cover. 2. Pull the bottom edge of the zone controller cover and open the zone controller as illustrated in Figure 2.

Location Considerations
Locate the TEC2647Z-2 Zone Controller: • on a partitioning wall, approximately 5 ft (1.5 m) above the floor in a location of average temperature away from direct sunlight, radiant heat, outside walls, outside doors, air discharge grills, or stairwells; and from behind doors away from steam or water pipes, warm air stacks, unconditioned areas (not heated or cooled), or sources of electrical interference

Note: Allow for vertical air circulation to the TEC2647Z-2 Zone Controller.

Figure 2: Removing the Zone Controller Cover

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TEC2647Z-2 BACnet® MS/TP Zone Controller for Stand-Alone and Networked Zoning Systems Installation Instructions

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and insert the wire through the hole in the zone controller mounting base. Carefully pull the locking tabs on the right side of the zone controller mounting base. Strip the ends of each wire 1/4 in. Swing the PCB back to the right and carefully snap it into the locking tabs on the zone controller mounting base. Drill a 3/16 in. 7. remove and label the wires to identify the terminal functions. Pull approximately 6 in. Do not apply power to the system before checking all wiring connections. and connect them to the appropriate screw terminals as indicated in Table 1 and Figure 6 through Figure 9. 6. 8. (152 mm) of wire from the wall. (5 mm) hole at each of the two marked locations. and use the base as a template to mark the two mounting hole locations. PCB Locking Tabs 4. and unlock the Printed Circuit Board (PCB). Figure 4: Securing the Zone Controller Mounting Base to the Wall TEC2647Z-2 BACnet® MS/TP Zone Controller for Stand-Alone and Networked Zoning Systems Installation Instructions FIG:trmnl_blcks Figure 3: Opening the Zone Controller PCB FIG:prntd_crct_brd 3 . and tap nylon anchors (included with the zone controller) flush to the wall surface. CAUTION: Risk of Property Damage. Short circuited or improperly connected wires may result in permanent damage to the equipment. Note: Be careful not to overtighten the mounting screws. Note: Be sure to position the zone controller mounting base so that the arrow on the base points upward to indicate the top of the zone controller. Disconnect power supply before making electrical connections to avoid electric shock.3. (6 mm). ! To wire the zone controller: 1. 9. Position the zone controller mounting base on the wall. CAUTION: Risk of Electric Shock. Figure 5: Removing the Screw Terminal Blocks Wiring When an existing zone controller is replaced. Align the zone controller mounting base on the wall. Remove the screw terminal blocks as illustrated in Figure 5. national. simply remove the old screw terminal blocks and reinsert them onto the PCB of the replacement zone controller. and regional regulations. Do not exceed the electrical ratings of the TEC2647Z-2 Zone Controller. ! FIG:mntng_bs IMPORTANT: Make all wiring connections in accordance with local. 5. Open the PCB to the left as illustrated in Figure 3. When a TEC2647Z-2 Zone Controller is replaced. and use the two mounting screws (included with the zone controller) to secure the base to the surface as illustrated in Figure 4.

Reattach the zone controller cover to the mounting base (top side first). refer to the MS/TP Communications Bus Technical Bulletin (LIT-12011034). Table 1: Terminal Identification (See Figure 6. On/Off Reheat Aux BO (Auxiliary Output). 6. Carefully push any excess wire back into the wall. 2. Note: If multiple wires are inserted into the terminals. REF 4 TEC2647Z-2 BACnet® MS/TP Zone Controller for Stand-Alone and Networked Zoning Systems Installation Instructions . Reinsert the screw terminal blocks onto the PCB. 3.) Terminal Number 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Terminal Label 24 V~ Hot 24 V~ Com BO5 Aux BO5 Aux AO2 AO1 Blank BI1 RS Scom BI2 UI3 Function 24 VAC from Transformer 24 VAC (Common) from Transformer Aux BO (Auxiliary Output). IMPORTANT: Seal the hole in the wall with fireproof material to prevent drafts from affecting the ambient temperature readings. On/Off Reheat Analog Reheat Damper (Zone) N/A Binary Input 1 Remote Sensor Sensor Common Binary Input 2 Temperature Sensor Monitoring via Supervisory Controller MS/TP Bus Blank +. Attach the MS/TP communication wires to the terminal block. 4. be sure to properly twist the wires together prior to inserting them into the terminal connectors. –. 5. Use a Phillips-head screwdriver to reinstall the security screw on the bottom of the zone controller cover.Note: For more details on wiring the MS/TP Communications Bus.

C. • Motion N.Separate 24 VAC Power Source for Auxiliary Output (24 VAC Maximum) Two-Pole Left Top Connector 24 V~ 24 V~ Com Hot 24 V~ Hot 24 V~ Com BO5 Aux BO5 Aux Aux MS/TP Connector + – Two-Pole Right Top Connector BO5 Aux BO5 Aux 4 5 6 Eight-Pole Bottom Connector AO2 AO1 BI1 RS Scom 7 24 VAC Zone Controller Power REF BI2 UI3 9 Independent Contacts for On/Off Reheat Same 24 VAC Power Source for Auxiliary Output (24 VAC Maximum) BI1 24 V~ Hot 24 V~ Com 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Remote Inputs Scom BI2 UI3 BO5 Aux BO5 Aux Voltage-Free Contact for Monitoring via Supervisory Controller Aux Voltage-Free Contact • Motion N.) TEC2647Z-2 BACnet® MS/TP Zone Controller for Stand-Alone and Networked Zoning Systems Installation Instructions FIG:wrng 5 .O. Temperature Sensor Monitoring via Supervisory Controller 24 VAC Zone Controller Power + – REF Supervisory Controller Figure 6: Wiring the TEC2647Z-2 Zone Controller (See Table 1.

Proportional Actuator 0 to 10 VDC Room Temperature Zone Controller 24 V~ Hot AO1 Figure 7: Wiring the TEC2647Z-2 Zone Controller for Proportional 0 to 10 VDC Control Proportional Actuator On/Off Reheat C 0 to 10 VDC 1 24 V~ Hot Room Temperature Zone Controller AO1 AO2 BO5-Aux BO5-Aux Figure 8: Wiring the TEC2647Z-2 Zone Controller for Proportional 0 to 10 VDC Control and On/Off Reheat Proportional Proportional Reheat Actuator 0 to 10 VDC 0 to 10 VDC FIG:tec2647z_prprtnl_cntrl_onoff_rht 24 V~ Com FIG:tec2647z_prprtnl_cntrl 24 V~ Com 24 V~ Com 24 V~ Hot Room Temperature Zone Controller AO1 AO2 0 to 10 VDC 24 V~ Hot 24 V~ Com Figure 9: Wiring the TEC2647Z-2 Zone Controller for Proportional 0 to 10 VDC Control and Proportional Reheat 6 TEC2647Z-2 BACnet® MS/TP Zone Controller for Stand-Alone and Networked Zoning Systems Installation Instructions FIG:tec2647z_prprtnl_cntrl_prprtnl_rht .

5°C 40.0°C -40.0°C 54.5°C 0 to 100% -40.0°F/37.0F°/1.0°F/-40.0°/12.194.0°F/32.0°C 54. 3 Cfg AO2 OA Lock Spt4 Cfg BO5 OA Lock Spt4 Cfg Damper Min Pos4 Cfg Damper Max Pos4 Cfg Damper Max Heat Pos4 Cfg Heating Spt Limit4 Cfg Cooling Spt Limit4 Cfg Deadband4 GUI Occupied Heat Spt4 GUI Occupied Cool Spt4 GUI Unoccupied Heat Spt4 GUI Unoccupied Cool Spt4 GUI Standby Heat Spt4 GUI Standby Cool Spt4 GUI AO2 Status1 GUI UI3 Status1 GUI PI Heat Weighted Demand1 GUI PI Cool Weighted Demand1 GUI Room Temperature5 GUI Outdoor Temperature4 Cfg Device Instance1 GUI BI1 Status1.0°F/37.0°F/32.0°/12.0°F/-40.0°F/49.0°F/50.5°C to 90.0°C -40.0°F/-40.5C° 40.0°C 54.0°F/-40.5°C to 90. 6 GUI BI2 Status1.5°C 0 to 4.0°F/37.5°C to 90.0°C to 100.0°F/4.0°C to 120. 6 Cfg Temperature Scale4 Cfg Menu Scroll4 Zone Controller Point (Type/Address) AI 1 AV 1 AV 2 AV 3 AV 4 AV 5 AV 6 AV 7 AV 8 AV 9 AV 10 AV 11 AV 12 AV 13 AV 14 AV 15 AV 16 AV 17 AV 18 AV 19 AV 20 AV 21 AV 22 AV 23 BI 1 BI 2 BV 1 BV 2 Range 0 to 100% 4 to 127 4 to 127 -40.5°C 2.0°C to 122.0°/12.0°C to 100.0°C 54.0F°/2.0°C to 150.0°F/4.0°C to 100.0°F/50.0°F/4.0C° to 5. 2 Cfg RTC MAC1.5°C to 90.Table 2: MS/TP Bus Objects When Networked with a Supervisory Controller (Part 1 of 3) Point Name GUI Damper Position1 Cfg Zone MAC1.0°F/65.0°C to 120.303 Inactive Text = Inactive (Contact Open) Active Text = Active (Contact Closed) Inactive Text: Inactive Active Text: Active Inactive Text = °C Active Text = °F Inactive Text = No Scroll Active Text = Scroll Active TEC2647Z-2 BACnet® MS/TP Zone Controller for Stand-Alone and Networked Zoning Systems Installation Instructions 7 .0°F/4.0°C 0 to 100% 0 to 100% -40.0°F/-40.0°F/49.0°C 0 to 100% 0 to 100% 0 to 100% 40.0°C to 100.5°C 40.0°C to 122.0°F/37.0°/12.0°F/32.0°F/32.

Table 2: MS/TP Bus Objects When Networked with a Supervisory Controller (Part 2 of 3) Point Name Cfg Motion Detector Function4 Cfg AO2 RA/DA4 Cfg BO5 Time Base4 Cfg BO5 Configuration4 GUI BO5 Status1 Sta AO2 Lock Status1 Sta BO5 Lock Status1 GUI Room Temp Override4 Sta RTC Smart Recovery7 Cfg Zone Baud1 Zone Controller Point (Type/Address) BV 3 BV 4 BV 5 BV 6 BV 7 BV 8 BV 9 BV 10 BV 11 MV 1 Range Inactive Text = Disabled Active Text = Enabled Inactive Text = Direct Acting (DA) Active Text = Reverse Acting (RA) Inactive Text = 15 Minutes Active Text = 10 Seconds Inactive Text = Normally Open (N. 1 = 0% 2 = 25% 3 = 50% 4 = 75% 5 = 100% 1 = 0% 2 = 25% 3 = 50% 4 = 75% 5 = 100% 1 = 0 Hours 2 = 1 Hour 3 = 2 Hours 4 = 3 Hours 5 = 4 Hours 6 = 5 Hours 7 = 6 Hours 8 = 7 Hours 9 = 8 Hours 10 = 9 Hours 11 = 10 Hours 12 = 11 Hours 13 = 12 Hours Cfg Reheat Configuration4 MV 2 Cfg BI1 Configuration4 MV 3 Cfg PI Heat Weight4 MV 4 Cfg PI Cool Weight4 MV 5 Cfg Temporary Occupancy Time1 MV 6 8 TEC2647Z-2 BACnet® MS/TP Zone Controller for Stand-Alone and Networked Zoning Systems Installation Instructions .) Inactive Text = Off Active Text = On Inactive Text = Inactive Active Text = Active Inactive Text = Inactive Active Text = Active Inactive Text = Normal Active Text = Override Inactive Text = Off Active Text = On 1 = 9600 2 = 19200 3 = 38400 4 = 76800 5 = Auto 1 = None 2 = Analog Duct Reheat Only 3 = On/Off Duct Reheat Only 4 = On/Off Peripheral Reheat Only 5 = Analog Duct Reheat and On/Off Peripheral Reheat 1 = None 2 = Motion N. 3 = Motion N.O.O.) Active Text = Normally Closed (N.C.C.

or generators). then it is readable and writable. This MS/TP Bus object is readable only unless GUI Room Temp Override is set to Active Text = Override. and test for bus voltage. Note: The wiring rules for the MS/TP Bus differ from the wiring rules for the N2 Bus. 2. refer to the MS/TP Communications Bus Technical Bulletin (LIT-12011034). TEC2647Z-2 BACnet® MS/TP Zone Controller for Stand-Alone and Networked Zoning Systems Installation Instructions 9 . then it is readable and writable. 4. This MS/TP Bus object is readable only unless Cfg Network Handle is set to 2 = Default Minus Occupancy or 3 = Full Release. Cfg RTC MAC is the unique device address of the rooftop controller (from 004 to 127) on the MS/TP network. After the bus wires are connected to the first zone controller. 10. then it is readable and writable. 7. 8. Set the device address of the TEC2647Z-2 Zone Controller per the engineering drawings. Connecting the MS/TP Bus To connect the MS/TP Bus: 1. 5. 10 1. continue in a daisy-chained fashion to the next device on the MS/TP Bus. coils. 3. 6. The designation aaa is the address of the device (from 004 to 127) on the MS/TP network. polarity. This MS/TP Bus object is readable only unless Cfg Network Handle is set to 3 = Full Release. Observe the polarity when connecting the bus wires to the zone controller. 2. Note: The bus wiring must be twisted-pair lines.) Note: Pressing and holding the UP/DOWN arrow keys simultaneously displays the device address that is assigned. (See the Zone MAC parameter in Table 3 to set the device address for the zone controller. Cfg Zone MAC is the unique device address of the zone controller (from 004 to 127) on the MS/TP network. For more details on wiring the MS/TP Communications Bus. This MS/TP Bus object is readable and writable. 3. Device 72aaa This MS/TP Bus object is readable only. The polarity property of this MS/TP Bus object is readable and writable. and isolation prior to wiring the MS/TP Bus. This MS/TP Bus object enables the occupancy setpoint at the occupied time. Do not run the bus wiring in the same conduit as line voltage wiring (30 VAC or above) or other wiring that switches power to highly inductive loads (such as contactors.Table 2: MS/TP Bus Objects When Networked with a Supervisory Controller (Part 3 of 3) Point Name Cfg Network Handle4 Zone Controller Point (Type/Address) MV 7 Range 1 = Default Zone Handle (Supervisory Controller Monitors the Zoning System) 2 = Default Minus Occupancy (Allows Each Zone to be Scheduled Independently) 3 = Full Release (Supervisory Controller Assumes Complete Control of the Zoning System) 1 = No Lockout 2 = Level 1 3 = Level 2 4 = Level 3 1 = Released 2 = Occupied 3 = Unoccupied 4 = Temporary Occupied 1 = Cool 2 = Heat 1 = Occupied 2 = Unoccupied 3 = Temporary Occupied 4 = Standby N/A GUI Zone Keypad Lockout4 MV 8 GUI Occupancy8 MV 9 Sta RTC Zone Sequencing7 GUI Effective Occupancy1 MV 10 MV 11 TEC2647Z-72aaa9. Max_Master and Object_Name are writable. 9. motors.

when facing the zone controller) indicates the communications mode when the zone controller is operating. Verify that a BACnet Integration is defined for the Field Bus. BACnet MS/TP devices attach to a Field Bus. Decide which point objects within the zone controller need to be mapped. MS/TP Device Mapping into a Network Automation Engine (NAE) Preparation Before mapping a TEC2647Z-2 Zone Controller into an NAE: 1. Do not exceed the maximum number of devices allowed on a Field Bus. Only map the point objects that need to be viewed on a regular basis.The MS/TP Bus requires proper termination and biasing at each end of a segment (a segment is a physically continuous length of wire). this step is not required. Verify that a Field Bus is defined in the NAE. and Status (Sta) point objects for mapping are included in Table 2. monitoring points may be mapped if they are used. and that all communication wiring is daisy-chained with no taps. and set the rooftop controller for automatic baud rate detection. Doing so prevents duplicate devices from having mismatched baud rates. Off: Indicates that there is no power to the zone controller or the MS/TP wiring polarity is reversed. recycle the power to the device that was used to set the baud rate. Configuration (Cfg). 3. For applications with a supervisory controller on the MS/TP Bus. For stand-alone applications where a supervisory controller is not present. • • 10 TEC2647Z-2 BACnet® MS/TP Zone Controller for Stand-Alone and Networked Zoning Systems Installation Instructions .0 or later software. An end-of-line terminator is required if a supervisory controller is not at the end of the segment. A small green light under the zone controller cover (on the left edge. then the end-of-line terminator switch on the supervisory controller must be set in the ON position. The following blink codes may be seen: • • Short-Short-Long: Indicates that the baud rate is known and communication is active. At this point. and all other devices be set for automatic baud rate detection. we recommend that all objects be remapped. Refer to the BACnet Controller Integration with NAE/NCE Technical Bulletin (LIT-1201531) for instructions on how to define a BACnet Integration. therefore. If any zone controller configuration parameters are altered after the objects are mapped into the controller. Note: For Metasys® system Release 4. set the supervisory controller to establish the baud rate. The zone controller is not equipped with the ability to provide this termination. If a supervisory controller is at the end of the segment. Note: We recommend that all zone controller configuration parameters be set as desired prior to mapping the objects into the controller. since excessive mapping lowers system performance. it is not recommended that it be located at the physical ends of a bus segment. Long: Indicates that the MS/TP communication daughter board is the wrong type for the main board. Use the Engineering view to examine infrequently used point objects. In addition. Refer to the BACnet® MS/TP Integration with NAE Technical Bulletin (LIT-12011013) for instructions on how to define a Field Bus. 2. Note: See Table 4 for end-of-line terminator ordering information. It is recommended that the baud rate be set at only one rooftop controller. as they should only be mapped if the operator is fully familiar with their use. the zone controller and the required point objects inside the zone controller can be mapped. After the baud rate is set. Short-Short: Indicates that the zone controller is scanning for the correct baud rate and there is no communication. at least one device on the MS/TP Bus must be set to establish the baud rate. We also recommend caution when mapping configuration parameters. The zone controller is mapped as a BACnet device under a Field Bus BACnet Integration. Suggested Graphical User Interface (GUI). Be sure that the wiring terminations are set correctly.

select the zone controller device under the BACnet Integration (refresh the tree view if required to see a newly added zone controller device). the point type must match the BACnet object type (for example. To do this. Device object names used with BACnet communication must be unique to fully satisfy the requirements of BACnet MS/TP network guidelines. this requires that the zone controller to be added is connected and ready to communicate. Adding Point Objects The required point objects must be mapped under the zone controller device. Assisted Definition using Auto Discovery is the easiest way to add new point objects online. This number goes into the Instance Number field. where aaa designates the device address selected (from 004 to 127) on the MS/TP network (for example. or BI). select a Field Bus or a folder under it. Assisted Definition using Auto Discovery is the easiest way to add a new zone controller online. select the Field Bus or a folder under it. The zone controller automatically selects a device object name for itself using the format TEC2647Z-72aaa.Adding a Zone Controller The zone controller must be added before its points can be mapped. 72005). TEC2647Z-2 BACnet® MS/TP Zone Controller for Stand-Alone and Networked Zoning Systems Installation Instructions 11 . When mapping point objects. MV. that should be done before any point objects are mapped. Note: For Metasys system Release 4. and the point instance number must match the point BACnet instance number. however. Hardware tab of the Configure step in the Insert Field Device Wizard. To accomplish this. select the BACnet Integration under the Field Bus (refresh the tree view if required to see a newly added BACnet Integration) and choose Field Device from the Insert menu. this requires that the zone controller to be mapped is connected and ready to communicate. Be sure that the ID of the new zone controller being added to the NAE matches that of the zone controller itself. that should be done before any point objects are mapped. Device object IDs used with BACnet communication must be unique to fully satisfy the requirements of BACnet MS/TP network guidelines. If this name needs to be changed by writing a new one into the zone controller device object. Network section. The zone controller automatically selects a device object ID for itself using the format 72aaa. If this ID needs to be changed by writing a new one into the zone controller device object. 72004. however. and choose Field Point from the Insert menu. where aaa designates the device address selected (from 004 to 127) on the MS/TP network.0 or later software. Be sure that the name of the new zone controller being added to the NAE matches that of the zone controller itself.0 or later software. Note: For Metasys system Release 4. AV.

If an outside air temperature sensor is not installed. The COOL LED is on when cooling is on. Figure 10: Front Cover of Zone Controller Zone Controller User Interface Keys The TEC2647Z-2 Zone Controller user interface consists of three keys on the front cover (as illustrated in Figure 10). 12 TEC2647Z-2 BACnet® MS/TP Zone Controller for Stand-Alone and Networked Zoning Systems Installation Instructions FIG:frnt_vw . Note: An option is available within the Installer Configuration Menu to lock out the scrolling display and show only the Room Temperature parameter. an ambiguous outside air temperature displays on the zone controller unless its MenuScro parameter is set to off. This menu continuously scrolls through the following parameters: • • • Room Temperature Occupancy Status (Occupied/Unoccupied/Standby/Override) Outside Temperature (An outside air temperature sensor is recommended to allow the H lock and C lock parameters of the rooftop controller to discontinue heating or cooling operation in response to the outside air temperature. • UP/DOWN arrow keys change the configuration parameters and activate a setpoint adjustment.0ºF LEDs indicate system activity. Room Temp 70. (TOccTime is defined by selecting the appropriate time period in the Installer Configuration Menu. The function of each key is as follows: • OVERRIDE key overrides the unoccupied mode to occupied at the local user interface for the specified TOccTime. then this OVERRIDE key is disabled.Setup and Adjustments Zone Controller Operation Overview Backlit. eight-character backlit display. See Configuring the TEC2647Z-2 Zone Controller on page 13. Light-Emitting Diodes (LEDs) Two LEDs are included to show a call for heating or a call for cooling: • • The HEAT LED is on when heating or reheat is on. Three keys on the zone controller make operation easy and intuitive. Status Display Menu The Status Display Menu is displayed during normal zone controller operation.) Note: If the Lockout parameter is set to (2): Level 3 or (3): Level 4. Low-level backlighting is present during normal operation and brightens when any user interface key is pressed. Backlit Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) The TEC2647Z-2 Zone Controller includes a two-line.) The OVERRIDE key also allows access to the Installer Configuration Menu. The backlight returns to low level when the zone controller is left unattended for 45 seconds. plain text LCD is easy to read in any condition.

press and hold the UP/DOWN arrow keys to change the device address in increments of 10. When getting the parameter value. After getting the parameters. Monitoring Inputs BI2 and UI3 BI2 provides voltage-free contact status via the supervisory controller only.Configuring the TEC2647Z-2 Zone Controller The TEC2647Z-2 Zone Controller comes from the factory with default settings for all configurable parameters. and imports those values to the zone controller from which the Get From parameter is being set. Default: 255 Sets the baud rate of the zone controller on the MS/TP network. TEC2647Z-2 BACnet® MS/TP Zone Controller for Stand-Alone and Networked Zoning Systems Installation Instructions 13 . To reconfigure the parameters via the zone controller. Also copies the GUI Occupied Heat Spt. Default: Auto Range: 004 to 127 Note: When setting the device address. press the UP/DOWN arrow keys to change the device address in increments of 1. When the desired parameter is displayed. press the UP/DOWN arrow keys to change the device address in increments of 1. Then press and release the OVERRIDE key to continue scrolling through the parameters. the installer configuration menu does not scroll past this parameter. If communication is not functioning. release and press the OVERRIDE key to scroll through the parameters listed in Table 3. Default: 4 Note: All zone controllers associated with the same rooftop controller must have the same RTC MAC parameter setting as the rooftop controller. press and hold the UP/DOWN arrow keys to change the device address in increments of 10. press the UP/DOWN arrow keys to change the device address in increments of 1. The UI3 input provides temperature sensor monitoring via the supervisory controller. press and hold the UP/DOWN arrow keys to change the device address in increments of 10. ZoneBaud Get From Gets all of the installer configuration menu parameter values except Zone MAC. (9600): 9600 bps (19200): 19200 bps (38400): 38400 bps (76800): 76800 bps (Auto): Auto Baud Range: 001 to 255 Note: Entering a zone controller address begins a routine to get the parameter values of that zone controller. follow the steps in this section. RTC MAC2 Range: 004 to 127 Note: When setting the device address. and Cal RS of another zone controller. this value reverts back to 255. BO5 cont. Default: 255 Note: This parameter requires that communication on the MS/TP Bus be functioning. the zone controller reverts to the Status Display Menu. To access the Installer Configuration Menu. Examples of monitoring include airflow proving and filter status. Description and Default Selection Options Sets a unique device address for the zone controller on the MS/TP network. Table 3: Installer Configuration Menu (Part 1 of 5) Parameter Appearing on Display Zone MAC1 When the zone controller is in the Installer Configuration Menu and left unattended for approximately 8 seconds. and Cfg Network Handle MS/TP Bus objects. Set Type. GUI Occupied Cool Spt. use the UP/DOWN arrow keys to choose the desired selection option. RTC MAC. ZoneBaud. press and hold the OVERRIDE key for approximately 8 seconds. Sets a unique device address for the rooftop controller to which the zone controller communicates. Once the Installer Configuration Menu begins. The default settings are shown in Table 3.

Default: 1 AO2RA/DA4 Choice of reverse or direct acting analog reheat output signal. Access Access No Access No Access (None): No function is associated with an input. 0 to 100% = 10 to 0 VDC (DA): Direct Acting. Default: on Provides temperature scale options for display. Contact open = motion detected. PIR Func3 Lockout Lockout Level Function Occupied Temperature Setpoints Access Access Access No Access Local Override Rooftop Controller Demand Override Access No Access No Access No Access (0): Level 1 (1): Level 2 (2): Level 3 (3): Level 4 BI13 Configuration of Binary Input 1. Note: If an outside air temperature sensor is not installed at the rooftop controller.Table 3: Installer Configuration Menu (Part 2 of 5) Parameter Appearing on Display MenuScro Description and Default Selection Options Gives the option of having the display continuously scroll the parameters. 0 to 100% = 0 to 10 VDC RehtConf Sets the number and type of reheat stages controlled by the zone controller. (MotionNC): Used in the occupied mode only to toggle from the occupied setpoint to the standby setpoint when no motion is detected in the zone for 30 minutes. Default: °F Enables the standby setpoints. contact closed = no motion detected. Selectable Lockout Levels for limiting end user keypad interaction. (0): None (1): Analog Duct Reheat Only (2): On/Off Duct Reheat Only (3): On/Off Peripheral Reheat Only (4): Analog Duct Reheat and On/Off Peripheral Reheat (RA): Reverse Acting. C or F (°C): Celsius Scale (°F): Fahrenheit Scale (on): PIR is installed. The BI1 parameter can be set to MotionNO or MotionNC. contact closed = motion detected. Default: DA 14 TEC2647Z-2 BACnet® MS/TP Zone Controller for Stand-Alone and Networked Zoning Systems Installation Instructions . (MotionNO): Used in the occupied mode only to toggle from the occupied setpoint to the standby setpoint when no motion is detected in the zone for 30 minutes. Default: off Note: Integrated Passive Infrared (PIR) is a future option for occupancy detection. the occupied setpoint resumes. set the MenuScro parameter of the zone controller to off to prevent an ambiguous outside air temperature from displaying. (on): The scroll is active. Default: None Note: BI1 can be used for remote mounted occupancy sensing. As soon as motion is detected in the zone. The BI1 parameter should be set to None. the occupied setpoint resumes. As soon as motion is detected in the zone. (off): PIR is not installed. Default: 0 (off): The scroll is inactive. Contact open = no motion detected. Set the PIR Func parameter to off unless this PIR is installed.

5°C Sets the Standby Heating setpoint value. press and hold the UP/DOWN arrow keys to change the temperature in 50. Range: -40.0°C Range: 54. (permnent): Local changes to the heating or cooling setpoints are permanently stored in the zone controller memory.0 hrs Unocc CL St-By HT3 St-By CL3 Set Type TOccTime TEC2647Z-2 BACnet® MS/TP Zone Controller for Stand-Alone and Networked Zoning Systems Installation Instructions 15 .0°/0.0°C Provides the option of temporarily changing the heating or cooling setpoint by pressing the UP/DOWN arrow keys.0°/32.0°F/-40.0°C to 122. for various equipment with mechanical relays or contactors controlling mechanical reheat systems.0°C/37.5C° increments.0°F/4. press the UP/DOWN arrow keys to change the time in 1-hour increments.Table 3: Installer Configuration Menu (Part 3 of 5) Parameter Appearing on Display AO2 OALK5 Description and Default Selection Options Sets the maximum outside air sensor temperature at which the first stage of zone reheat (analog reheat stage) can be used.5°C Sets the Standby Cooling setpoint value. press the UP/DOWN arrow keys to change the temperature in 5. Unocc HT Sets the Unoccupied Heating setpoint value.0°F/-40.0°F/16. Default: permnent Sets the duration of the Temporary Occupancy Time when the heating or cooling setpoints in the Occupied mode are established by: • an Override Function enabled in the Main User Menu (when the zone controller is in the Unoccupied mode) • a temporary heating or cooling setpoint Default: 2. Default: 65.0°C to 100.0°F/12. Default: 0 Range: -40.5°C Range: 40.0°/24.0°C Note: When setting the maximum outside air sensor temperature. De-Energized = Contact Closed (N.0°/32. Range: 0. Note: When adjusting the temperature. press and hold the UP/DOWN arrow keys to change the temperature in 5. (N.0°F/13. Default: N. press the UP/DOWN arrow keys to change the temperature in 5. press the UP/DOWN arrow keys to change the temperature in 0.0°C/37.): Energized = Contact Opened. Default: 62. De-Energized = Contact Opened Range: 40.5°C to 90. (1): 10 seconds (six cycles per minute).5°C (temporar): Local changes to the heating or cooling setpoints are temporary and remain effective for the specified TOccTime.0F°/2. press and hold the UP/DOWN arrow keys to change the temperature in 50.O): Energized = Contact Closed.0°F/50.5C° increments. for various equipment with solid-state relays that withstand short duty cycles such as electric heat.5F°/0.0°C Sets the maximum outside air sensor temperature at which the second stage of zone reheat (on/off reheat stage) can be used.0°F/4. Default: 75.0F°/2.0°C to 100.0C° increments.0°C Sets the time base for the reheat output (if used).0°C Note: When setting the maximum outside air sensor temperature.5°C to 90.0F°/5. BO5 OALK5 BO5 Time4 BO5 cont Sets the BO5 contact function.0°F/50.5C° increments.O.0°F/26. Default: 55.C.0°C to 122. (0): 15 minutes (four cycles per hour).0°F/12.5°C Sets the Unoccupied Cooling setpoint value.0°F/18. Default: 32.0F°/25C° increments.0 hrs Note: When adjusting the TOccTime. press and hold the UP/DOWN arrow keys to change the time in 10-hour increments.0°C Range: 54.0F°/25C° increments. Default: 80.0 to 12.

0F°/5. Default: 2. press the UP/DOWN arrow keys to change the temperature in 0.5C° to 5.5F°/0.0F°/-2.0°F/32. press the UP/DOWN arrow keys to change the position in 1% increments.0°C Sets the minimum position of the zone damper.5C° adjustable in 1.0°F/12. Default: 100% Range: -5.0F°/0. resulting in discomfort in other zones.0C° Sets the minimum deadband between heating and cooling setpoints.0F°/2. Min Pos Range: 0 to 100% Max Pos Range: 0 to 100% MaxHTPos6 Range: 0 to 100% PIHT Wei7 (0%): PI Heating Weight of 0% (25%): PI Heating Weight of 25% (50%): PI Heating Weight of 50% (75%): PI Heating Weight of 75% (100%): PI Heating Weight of 100% Note: A zone that includes a special application (such as a server room.0C° increments. Standby.0°F/12.5°C Note: When adjusting the temperature.5C° increments.0F°/0. or cafeteria) may affect the average heating demand at the rooftop controller level.0F°/2.0°C to 100.5°C to 90. Default: 90. Default: 0. 16 TEC2647Z-2 BACnet® MS/TP Zone Controller for Stand-Alone and Networked Zoning Systems Installation Instructions .5C° adjustable in 1.0C° Sets the Occupied.0°C Cool min Range: 54.0°C/37.0F°/0.0F°/1.5C° increments Heat max Range: 40.5C° increments Deadband Range: 2. Default: 54.Table 3: Installer Configuration Menu (Part 4 of 5) Parameter Appearing on Display Cal RS Description and Default Selection Options Sets the desired room air temperature sensor calibration (offset). press and hold the UP/DOWN arrow keys to change the position in 10% increments. The offset can be added to or subtracted from the actual displayed room temperature.0°F/4.0C° to 5. Setting the PI heating weight to 0% eliminates this problem. Default: 30% Sets the weight of the Proportional-Intergral (PI) heating demand of a zone.0°C Sets the Occupied. used in the PI heating calculation of the zone controller. Default: 100% Sets the minimum heating position of the zone damper to maximize hot airflow on a call for reheat with cold supply air. Default: 10% Sets the maximum position of the zone damper. and Unoccupied maximum Heating setpoint values. and Unoccupied minimum Cooling setpoint values.0°/32. Standby. press and hold the UP/DOWN arrow keys to change the temperature in 5.0F°/1. Note: When adjusting the damper position. mechanical room.

The settings for this parameter can only be enabled if an outside air temperature sensor is connected and ready for operation. 6. instead. likewise. Default: 100% (0%): PI Cooling Weight of 0% (25%): PI Cooling Weight of 25% (50%): PI Cooling Weight of 50% (75%): PI Cooling Weight of 75% (100%): PI Cooling Weight of 100% Note: A zone that includes a special application (such as a server room. mechanical room. 7. The standby setpoints are used in the standby mode. Setting the PI cooling weight to 0% eliminates this problem. 2. Zone MAC is the unique device address of the zone controller (from 004 to 127) on the MS/TP network. or the BI1 parameter must be set to either MotionNO or MotionNC to enable the standby mode. The MaxHTPos value should never be lower than the Min Pos value. used in the PI cooling calculation of the zone controller. The settings for this parameter are valid only if the analog reheat sequences are enabled. or cafeteria) may affect the average cooling demand at the rooftop controller level. it only adjusts the PI demand transferred to the rooftop controller for its highest/average demand calculations. resulting in discomfort in other zones. The PIR Func parameter must be set to on. 4. 5. 1. 3.Table 3: Installer Configuration Menu (Part 5 of 5) Parameter Appearing on Display PICL Wei7 Description and Default Selection Options Sets the weight of the PI cooling demand of a zone. the MaxHTPos value should never be higher than the Max Pos value. The setting for this parameter does not change the PI demand used locally at the zone controller to maintain the setpoint. TEC2647Z-2 BACnet® MS/TP Zone Controller for Stand-Alone and Networked Zoning Systems Installation Instructions 17 . RTC MAC is the unique device address of the rooftop controller (from 004 to 127) on the MS/TP network.

24-9890-684) for more information. AO2 = 0 VDC and BO5 = Off (Rooftop Controller in Heating Mode) 18 TEC2647Z-2 BACnet® MS/TP Zone Controller for Stand-Alone and Networked Zoning Systems Installation Instructions FIG:cntrl_crv_2 FIG:cntrl_crv_1 . See Figure 11 through Figure 20 for sequence of operation examples. refer to the TEC2664Z-2 BACnet MS/TP Rooftop Controller for Stand-Alone and Networked Zoning Systems Installation Instructions (Part No.Sequence of Operation The sequence of operation is determined by the Johnson Controls TEC2664Z-2 Rooftop Controller mode and the configuration parameters preselected for the zone controller. AO2 = 0 VDC and BO5 = Off (Rooftop Controller in Cooling Mode) Cooling Setpoint Heating Setpoint AO1 Figure 12: Zone Controller Set for No Reheat. Heating Setpoint Cooling Setpoint AO1 Figure 11: Zone Controller Set for No Reheat.

Figure 13: Zone Controller Set for Analog Duct Reheat Only. then AO1 = minimum position. AO2 = 0% and On/Off Reheat Time Base = 10 Seconds (Rooftop Controller in Cooling Mode) TEC2647Z-2 BACnet® MS/TP Zone Controller for Stand-Alone and Networked Zoning Systems Installation Instructions FIG:cntrl_crv_5 FIG:cntrl_crv_4 FIG:cntrl_crv_3 19 . BO5 = Off (Rooftop Controller in Cooling Mode) Heating Setpoint AO2 Cooling Setpoint AO1 Figure 14: Zone Controller Set for Analog Duct Reheat Only. BO5 = Off (Rooftop Controller in Heating Mode) Heating Setpoint Cooling Setpoint B05 A01 Figure 15: Zone Controller Set for On/Off Duct Reheat Only.Heating Setpoint Cooling Setpoint AO2 AO1 * If AO2 stage is locked.

AO2 = 0% (Rooftop Controller in Cooling Mode) 20 TEC2647Z-2 BACnet® MS/TP Zone Controller for Stand-Alone and Networked Zoning Systems Installation Instructions FIG:cntrl_crv_8 FIG:cntrl_crv_7 FIG:cntrl_crv_6 . AO2 = Off (Rooftop Controller in Heating Mode) Heating Setpoint B05 Cooling Setpoint AO1 AO1 Figure 18: Zone Controller Set for On/Off Peripheral Reheat Only. AO2 = 0% and On/Off Reheat Time Base = 15 Minutes (Rooftop Controller in Cooling Mode) Heating Setpoint B05 Cooling Setpoint AO1 Figure 17: Zone Controller Set for On/Off Duct Reheat Only.B05 Heating Setpoint Cooling Setpoint AO1 Figure 16: Zone Controller Set for On/Off Duct Reheat Only.

Heating Setpoint B05 Cooling Setpoint AO2 AO1 Figure 19: Zone Controller Set for Terminal Reheat on AO2 and Peripheral Heating on BO5 (Rooftop Controller in Cooling Mode) B05 AO2 Heating Setpoint Cooling Setpoint AO1 Figure 20: Zone Controller Set for Terminal Reheat on AO2 and Peripheral Heating on BO5 (Rooftop Controller in Heating Mode) TEC2647Z-2 BACnet® MS/TP Zone Controller for Stand-Alone and Networked Zoning Systems Installation Instructions FIG:cntrl_crv_10 FIG:cntrl_crv_9 21 .

Cycle the power on the zone controllers (in case the MAC address was changed without a reset). If the communication module appears to be out of service: • check that it is properly attached to the main thermostat circuit board • check that the communication cable is properly installed Rooftop Controllers Are Disconnected or Offline Cycle the power on the rooftop controllers (in case the MAC address was changed without a reset).5 cm increments.7 cm (18) in 1 in./45. Example: To order a round damper assembly measuring 6 in. Description Remote Inside Air Temperature Sensor Duct Mount Air Temperature Sensor (Metal Enclosure) Outside Air Temperature Sensor (Plastic Enclosure) Remote Inside Air Temperature Sensor with Occupancy Override and LED RS485 End-of-Line Terminator Rectangular damper with a factory-installed Johnson Controls M9104-GGA-3 Electric Actuator for proportional zoning applications. 2 SEN-600-4 MS-BACEOL-0 ZOVSD-wwwXhhh Repair Information If the TEC2647Z-2 Zone Controller fails to operate within its specifications. Additional TE-636xx-x Series 10k ohm Johnson Controls Type II Thermistor Sensors are available./2.2 cm high. Table 5: Troubleshooting Details1 (Part 1 of 5) Symptom Loss of Control or Poor Control at Multiple Zones Probable Cause Duplicate Media Access Control (MAC) Addresses Are Interrupting Communications Wiring Errors Are Interrupting Communications Zone Controllers Are Disconnected or Offline Solution Check all devices on the network for unique MAC addresses./76. Widths (www) are available from 8 in. If an outside air temperature sensor is not installed. Round damper with a factory-installed Johnson Controls M9104-GGA-3 Electric Actuator for proportional zoning applications.2 cm (06) to 18 in.2 cm in diameter. refer to the TE-6300 Series Temperature Sensors Product Bulletin (LIT-216320) for more details./20./2. see Table 5 for troubleshooting details./15. Diameters (dd) are available from 6 in./2./15. For a replacement zone controller. use code number RZG06PNNO. use code number ZOVSD-008X006./76./15. contact the nearest Johnson Controls representative.2 cm (006) to 30 in. Table 4: Accessories (Order Separately) Code Number SEN-600-1 TE-6361M-11 TE-6363P-11.3 cm wide by 6 in. Note: Review the technical specifications of the accessories prior to their use in an application. Check for the Comm Lost alarm at the rooftop controller. RZGddPNNO 1.Accessories All the accessories in Table 4 include mounting hardware. Check connections and continuity. 22 TEC2647Z-2 BACnet® MS/TP Zone Controller for Stand-Alone and Networked Zoning Systems Installation Instructions .3 cm (008) to 30 in. Heights (hhh) are available from 6 in.2 cm (030) in 1 in. contact the nearest Johnson Controls representative to order any of these parts. an ambiguous outside air temperature displays on the zone controller unless its MenuScro parameter is set to off./15.5 cm increments. Remove the cover of the zone controllers and observe that the green LED on the communication module is flashing repeatedly (short-short-long). Example: To order a rectangular damper assembly measuring 8 in. 2.5 cm increments. An outside air temperature sensor is recommended to allow the H lock and C lock parameters of the rooftop controller to discontinue heating or cooling operation in response to the outside air temperature./20.2 cm (030) in 1 in.

If heating/cooling lockout based on the discharge air is desired. Check the discharge air lockout temperature. Check for the proper fan delay configuration at the rooftop controller. Rooftop Unit Heating/Cooling Stage Malfunction Check for proper operation of all rooftop heating/cooling stages. Check and reenter the setpoints if needed. Do not map sensitive configuration parameters into the supervisory controller. Inappropriate Modification of the Rooftop Controller or Zone Controller Configuration by the Supervisory Controller Inappropriate Modification of the Rooftop Controller or Zone Controller by an Unauthorized User Alternate Control Scheme is Active with Faulty or Missing Input (Active when the Rooftop Controller Loses All Communications) Alternate Control Scheme is Active with Inappropriate Setpoints Inappropriate Discharge Air Sensor Configuration Inappropriate Outside Air Sensor Configuration Set the password access at the supervisory controller to restrict access to authorized personnel. Check the discharge air sensor. properly install a rooftop controller discharge air sensor and properly set the discharge air low limit and discharge air high limit parameters. Review the configuration parameters against the system design. or wrong return air sensor. Check for a fan malfunction. Check the static pressure setpoint and transducer. Check all wiring. Review all parameters against the system design. Replace or repair the missing. TEC2647Z-2 BACnet® MS/TP Zone Controller for Stand-Alone and Networked Zoning Systems Installation Instructions 23 . and properly set the cooling lockout and heating lockout parameters. inaccurate. Check the installation and configuration of the bypass damper. Check the fan control wiring. properly install an outside air temperature discharge air sensor. Check for the proper anti-cycle configuration at the rooftop controller and other equipment. It heating/cooling lockout based on the outside air is desired. Fix and/or relocate the inaccurate or poorly placed rooftop controller integral temperature sensor. Check that all of the units not set to Auto Baud have the same baud rate selected.Table 5: Troubleshooting Details1 (Part 2 of 5) Symptom Loss of Control or Poor Control at Multiple Zones Probable Cause All Units on the Network Are Set to Auto Baud One or More Units on the Network Are Set to Specific but Conflicting Baud Rates Improper Rooftop Controller Parameters Insufficient Airflow from the Rooftop Unit Solution Select one MS/TP master unit on the network (preferably the rooftop controller or a supervisory controller) to operate at a specific baud rate. Check for proper number and sizing of the stages.

Confirm that each zone controller has a unique MAC address in the range of 4 through 127. If Get From service was used to configure the zone controller. Check the AO2 OALK and BO5 OALK parameters on the zone controller. Check the damper minimum position and the damper maximum position parameters. Check for proper placement of the zone controller (for example. confirm that configuration parameters of the source zone controller are correct. Improper Zone Controller Configuration Parameters PI Weighting Is Incorrect Review the configuration parameters against the system design. Remove the cover of the zone controllers and observe that the green LED on the communication module is flashing repeatedly (short-short-long). Check if the zone is paired with a drastically different zone (for example. Insufficient (or Missing) Reheat Incorrectly Installed or Configured Reheat Check that the specified reheat is sufficient for the zone. Check the MaxHTPos parameter on the zone controller. Check the configuration for installed reheat. one zone mostly paired with another zone mostly in shade). no holes in the wall or not placed in the air stream).Table 5: Troubleshooting Details1 (Part 3 of 5) Symptom Loss of Control or Poor Control at a Single Zone Probable Cause Zone Controller MAC Address (Associated with the Rooftop Controller) Is not Changed from Its Default Zone Controller MAC Address (Associated with the Rooftop Controller) Is Set to No Device or Non-Rooftop Controller Device Zone Controller MAC Address (Associated with the Rooftop Controller) Is Set to the Incorrect Rooftop Controller Zone Controller MAC Address Is Set in the Range of 128 through 254 Zone Controllers Are Disconnected or Offline Solution Confirm that each zone controller is associated with the desired rooftop controller. Evaluate the heating and cooling weighting parameters for the zone. Confirm that each zone controller is associated with the desired rooftop controller. Cycle the power on the zone controllers (in case the MAC address was changed without a reset). Confirm that each zone controller is associated with the desired rooftop controller. If the communication module appears to be out of service: • check that it is properly attached to the main thermostat circuit board • check that the communication cable is properly installed Zone Controller Damper Malfunction Incorrect Zone Sequence for the Zone Demand Check the damper installation. Check the wiring. Check for a faulty zone sensor or poor placement of the sensor. Check the PI weighting of the zone. 24 TEC2647Z-2 BACnet® MS/TP Zone Controller for Stand-Alone and Networked Zoning Systems Installation Instructions .

Lockout Is Set to 1 or 2 Change the lockout level to 0. Note: Global override causes the rooftop controller to consider the demand of the zone when determining the zone sequence. Check that the zone controller lockout level is set to 0 if global override is desired. or 2. not the zone controller installer configuration menu. Check that the PIR Func parameter is set to off. Zone Standby Setpoints Are Not Used When Expected The PIR Func Parameter Is Not Configured Properly or the PIR Device Is Not Installed Properly The BI1 Parameter Is Not Configured Properly or the Motion Detector Is Not Installed Properly Configure the PIR Func parameter properly. Install the PIR device properly. Wrong Network Handle Is Written to the Zone Controller Write the correct network handle to the zone controller. Install the motion detector properly. TEC2647Z-2 BACnet® MS/TP Zone Controller for Stand-Alone and Networked Zoning Systems Installation Instructions 25 . The network handle is only written via the supervisory controller. Lockout Is Set to 2 Change the lockout level to 0 or 1. 1. Note: The network handle is only written via the supervisory controller. not the zone controller installer configuration menu. Verify that the BI1 parameter is not set to remote night setback. Note: Local override attempts to reach the occupied setpoints without requesting any additional cooling or heating from the rooftop controller. Check the installation and function of the PIR device and the motion detector.Table 5: Troubleshooting Details1 (Part 4 of 5) Symptom Cannot Modify the Occupied Setpoints at the Zone Controller Keypad No Response (or Inadequate Response) to the Zone Controller Occupancy Override Probable Cause Lockout Is Set to 3 Solution Change the lockout level to either 0. Zone Continues to Use Standby Setpoints When the Zone Is Occupied Cannot Access the Occupancy Schedule at the Rooftop Controller Keypad Cannot Change the System Mode at the Rooftop Controller Keypad Zones Are Not Following the Rooftop Controller Occupancy Schedule Cannot Start or Cancel the System Occupancy at the Rooftop Controller Keypad Zones Are Not Following the Supervisory Controller Occupancy Schedule The PIR Device or the Motion Detector Is Not Installed or Functioning Properly Lockout Is Set to 2 Change the lockout level to 0. Confirm that each zone controller is associated with the desired rooftop controller. Check that the BI1 parameter is configured properly. Wrong Override Strategy Is Configured Check that the zone controller lockout level is set to 1 if local override is desired. Wrong Network Handle Is Written to the Zone Controller Write the correct network handle to the zone controller.

the system must be in the unoccupied mode for more than 90 minutes. Class 2 or Safety Extra-Low Voltage (SELV) 0 to 10 VDC into 2k ohm Resistance (Minimum) 19 to 30 VAC.219 m) Maximum Cable Length -40. 3 A Peak In-Rush Current Voltage-Free Contacts across Terminal Scom to Terminals BI1 and BI2 Resistive Inputs (RS and UI3) for 10k ohm Johnson Controls Type II Negative Temperature Coefficient (NTC) Thermistor Sensors Local 10k ohm NTC Thermistor 18 AWG (1.5° Increments 40.000 ft (1.0°F/21. Check that the occupied heating setpoint is less than the unoccupied heating setpoint.0°F/50.0°C in 0.Table 5: Troubleshooting Details1 (Part 5 of 5) Symptom No Progressive Recovery Probable Cause Progressive Recovery Is Not Functioning Solution Check that the Prog rec parameter is set to on.0°C to 100.0 mm Diameter) Maximum. and that the occupied cooling setpoint is greater than the unoccupied cooling setpoint. and that the occupied cooling setpoint is greater than the unoccupied cooling setpoint. Technical Specifications TEC2647Z-2 BACnet MS/TP Zone Controller for Stand-Alone and Networked Zoning Systems (Part 1 of 2) Power Requirements Analog Output Rating Auxiliary Output Rating Binary Inputs Analog Inputs Temperature Sensor Type Wire Size MS/TP Network Guidelines Temperature Range Backlit Display Heating Control Cooling Control Accuracy Minimum Deadband Triac Output 19 to 30 VAC. 22 AWG (0. Check if the rooftop controller is offline and is attempting progressive recovery using return air control. Check for incorrect network handle.0°F/37. If network communication is lost. For common MS/TP troubleshooting information. Check if the gap between schedule events is less than 90 minutes.0°F/-40. Check that the occupied heating setpoint is less than the unoccupied heating setpoint. Not All Configuration Parameters Are Visible at the Zone Controller 1. Check for failure of auto discovery or manual definition of the rooftop controllers and zone controllers. 15 mA to 1 A Continuous Current.5°C to 90.0°F/32.0°F/4. Note: If progressive recovery is desired. until a baud rate is established on the network. the return air sensor controls the rooftop controller to maintain the heating and cooling setpoints.0°C 54. 4. The Get From Parameter Is Set to a Value Other Than 255 Change the Get From parameter to 255.5°C ±0.0°C Typical Calibrated 2F°/1C° between Heating and Cooling 26 TEC2647Z-2 BACnet® MS/TP Zone Controller for Stand-Alone and Networked Zoning Systems Installation Instructions .0°C to 122.9F°/±0. 50/60 Hz. 2 VA (Terminals 4 and 5) at 24 VAC Nominal.5C° at 70. Supervisory Controller Cannot Control --- Check the wiring. refer to the MS/TP Communications Bus Technical Bulletin (LIT-12011034).6 mm Diameter) Recommended 32 Devices Maximum.0°F/12.

Noncondensing UL Listed. consult the local Johnson Controls office. Johnson Controls. Temperature Indicating and Regulating Equipment FCC Compliant to CFR 47. Subpart B. File E27734.TEC2647Z-2 BACnet MS/TP Zone Controller for Stand-Alone and Networked Zoning Systems (Part 2 of 2) Ambient Conditions Compliance Operating Storage United States 32 to 122°F (0 to 50°C). 95% RH Maximum. WI 53202 Metasys® and Johnson Controls® are registered trademarks of Johnson Controls.S. www. Class A Canada UL Listed. Part 15. 95% RH Maximum.johnsoncontrols. CCN XAPX7. All other marks herein are the marks of their respective owners. For application at conditions beyond these specifications. Milwaukee. Michigan Street.2 No. Under CAN/CSA C22.com 27 . ICES-003 Shipping Weight 0. Inc. Noncondensing -22 to 122°F (-30 to 50°C). shall not be liable for damages resulting from misapplication or misuse of its products. Inc.A. Under UL 873. Building Efficiency 507 E. CCN XAPX. Temperature Indicating and Regulating Equipment Industry Canada.34 kg) The performance specifications are nominal and conform to acceptable industry standards.75 lb (0. 24. Inc. TEC2647Z-2 BACnet® MS/TP Zone Controller for Stand-Alone and Networked Zoning Systems Installation Instructions Published in U. File E27734. © 2008 Johnson Controls.