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8500 NW River Park Drive · Parkville , MO 64152 PH: (816) 505-1100 · FX: (816) 505-1101 · E-mail: [email protected] Visit our website at www.wattmaster.com Form: WM-AEZ-UG-01C Copyright 2000 WattMaster Controls, Inc. Auto-Zone & System Manager are registered trademarks of WattMaster Controls, Inc. EZ Zone is a registered trademark of York International Corp. WattMaster Controls assumes no responsibility for errors, or omissions. This document is subject to change without notice. All rights reserved.

Table of Contents

Introduction ........................................................................................................................................ 4 EZ Zone Upgrade Overview .............................................................................................................. 5 Component Descriptions .................................................................................................................... 6 Upgrade Package Selection ................................................................................................................ 7 Example #1 - EZ Zone Stand Alone To AZ Basic ..................................................................... 8 & 9 Example #2 - EZ Zone Stand Alone To AZ Plus................................................................... 10 & 11 Example #3 - Networked EZ Zone To AZ Plus ..................................................................... 12 & 13 Optional Controllers And Accessories ................................................................................... 14 & 15 EZ Zone Wiring ................................................................................................................................ 16 Auto-Zone Basic Wiring .................................................................................................................. 17 Auto-Zone Plus Wiring .................................................................................................................... 18 Auto-Zone Plus Address Switches ................................................................................................... 19 HVAC Staging Connections ............................................................................................................. 20 Sensor Connections .......................................................................................................................... 21 Bypass Damper Connections ........................................................................................................... 22 Honeywell Economizer Actuators ................................................................................................... 23 System Manager Installation ........................................................................................................... 24 CommLink II Installation ................................................................................................................ 25 Modem Linc Central EPROM Replacement ................................................................................ 26 Master Interface EPROM Replacement ........................................................................................ 27 Zone Controller EPROM Replacement .......................................................................................... 28 EPROM Installation Procedures..................................................................................................... 29 Ribbon Cable Installation ................................................................................................................ 30 Upgrade Parts List Summary .......................................................................................................... 31 Additional Information .................................................................................................................... 32

Table of Figures

Figure 1: Existing EZ Zone Master Controller Wiring ................................................................ 16 Figure 2: New Auto-Zone Basic Controller Wiring ...................................................................... 17 Figure 3: Existing Auto-Zone Plus Controller Wiring .................................................................. 18 Figure 4: New Auto-Zone Plus Address Switch Setting ................................................................ 19 Figure 5: Existing EZ Zone HVAC Wiring .................................................................................... 20 Figure 6: New Auto-Zone HVAC Wiring ....................................................................................... 20 Figure 7: Existing EZ Zone Master Controller Sensor Wiring .................................................... 21 Figure 8: New AZ Zone Manager Sensor Wiring .......................................................................... 21 Figure 9: Existing EZ Zone Bypass Damper Wiring .................................................................... 22 Figure 10: New Auto-Zone Bypass Damper Wiring...................................................................... 22 Figure 11: Honeywell Economizer Actuators Wiring Information.............................................. 23 Figure 12: System Manager Wiring ................................................................................................ 24 Figure 13: CommLink II Wiring ..................................................................................................... 25 Figure 14: EZ Zone Modem Linc Central EPROM Location ...................................................... 26 Figure 15: EZ Zone Master Interface Board EPROM Location ................................................. 27 Figure 16: EZ Zone Zone Controller EPROM Location .............................................................. 28 Figure 17: EPROM Removal & Installation .................................................................................. 29 Figure 18: 3 Connector Ribbon Cable Installation ....................................................................... 30

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The Auto-Zone Controls System was created from the original EZ Zone Control System concept by redesigning, enhancing and expanding the original systems capabilities under the new Auto-Zone Controls System name. WattMaster's Auto-Zone Control Systems have continued in the York EZ Zone tradition of keeping the controls simple to install and use while enhancing the system to make it more applicable and in line with the needs of the current marketplace. In addition to offering an excellent control system for zoning applications, the Auto-Zone Control System has been expanded to allow control of multiple single zone constant volume units and other devices such as lighting, exhaust fans, and unit heaters. Upgrading your EZ Zone system to the Auto-Zone Controls system allows you and your customer to take advantage of the many improvements that have been made in the Auto-Zone Controls system without having to replace all the EZ Zone system components that are installed on your job. This guide is intended to provide you with simple instructions on upgrading an existing EZ Zone system to an Auto-Zone Control System.

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EZ Zone/Auto-Zone

EZ Zone Upgrade Overview

The basic steps required to upgrade your EZ Zone system to an Auto-Zone system are:

Determine what EZ Zone components are currently installed on the system. Replace the existing EZ-Zone Master Controller board with an Auto-Zone Zone Manager controller board Replace the existing EZ Zone EPROM's in each Zone Controller with a new Auto-Zone EPROM. Install return air and outside air temperature sensors

After upgrading your system from EZ Zone to Auto-Zone, you will be able to take advantage of many new enhancements including:

Damper actuators can be programmed for direct or reverse operation Full modulating economizer control capability including optional wetbulb economizer control Outside air temperature sensor provides lockout function for both heating and cooling. When converted to Auto-Zone Plus system only one outside air sensor is required for the entire system Contact closure input for dirty filter status Global and individual zone override modes Zones can be set for voting or nonvoting status Room sensor slide can be programmed ± 0° F to ± 5° F adjustment from setpoint Staging delays, minimum off times, and changeover intervals are programmable Sensor offset calibration to correct sensor errors due to poor location ZoneView enhanced graphical computer front end software available when CommLink and a PC are used System Manager operator interface allows all controllers to be accessed from one central location

EZ Zone to Auto-Zone upgrade allows you to retain:

All existing wiring Master Controller enclosure with keypad and display Existing supply air and static pressure sensors Existing bypass damper All Zone Dampers * All Zone Controllers Room sensors * Modem Link Central * All Master Interface Boards All Fan Terminal Controllers

* These controllers can be retained but they will require an EPROM chip upgrade to be compatible with the Auto-Zone System.

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Component Descriptions

The general architecture of the EZ Zone and the AutoZone Systems are very similar making the upgrade process relatively easy. There are some changes in the component descriptions between the EZ Zone system and the Auto-Zone system. It is important to understand these differences before you begin the upgrade process. Many of these components look similar, however, in some cases they do not function in an identical fashion. Having the wrong component installed can cause improper system operation. The chart below depicts the difference in descriptions for the various comparable system components in the EZ Zone and Auto-Zone Systems.

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EZ Zone/Auto-Zone

Upgrade Package Selection

There are basically 3 possible EZ Zone to Auto-Zone upgrade scenarios you may encounter. We have outlined these below to assist you in deciding which option is best for your application. Please see the Auto-Zone upgrade selection chart below to help determine which example best fits your needs.

Upgrade A Simple EZ Zone Stand Alone System(s) To The Auto-Zone Basic System

· · Each Existing Master Controller Has It's Own Display And Keypad And Is Treated As A Separate System No Communications Cable Between Existing Master Controllers No Central Display Or Computer Interface Is Desired

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· · Two Or More Existing Master Controllers On The Job. No Communications Cable Between Existing Master Controllers The Customer Wants To Connect The Master Controllers So That They Are Part Of A Networked System And/Or Install Constant Volume Unit Controllers Or Other Controller Boards On Their System

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Your project has a single EZ Zone Master Panel and it's associated Zone Controllers. This is a typical EZ Zone system. The upgrade will essentially convert this to an Auto-Zone Basic System. Please see the required upgrade components to be ordered in the list below. To upgrade your existing EZ Zone System to the AutoZone Basic System the following procedure will be required. Warning: All removal and installation procedures must be done with the power to the controllers turned off. Failure to do so can cause severe damage to the controller boards. 1) All power and input/output wiring will need to be disconnected from the board. Remove the enclosure cover and disconnect the keypad & display cable by unplugging the cable connector at the board connection. 2) The new Return Air Sensor should be installed in the return air stream in a location upstream of the point that the bypass duct connects to the return duct. 3) Install the new Outdoor Air Sensor in a location on the exterior of the building that provides shade and protection from the weather. See the mounting instructions included with the sensor for detailed mounting instructions. 4) Remove the existing EZ Zone Master Controller Board from the EZ Zone enclosure. This will require the removal of 4 screws securing the board to the enclosure base. 5) Install the new Zone Manager board onto the existing enclosure base. The new board installation requires 6 plastic standoffs be inserted between the back of the new board and the existing standoffs. Secure the board to 4 of the threaded standoffs (one in each corner of the board) with the mounting screws provided. 6) Connect the input, output and power wiring per the Auto-Zone Basic wiring diagram (See Figure 2 on page 17). Connect the keypad display connector of the existing EZ Zone enclosure cover to the new Auto-Zone Zone Manager board and secure the existing enclosure cover to the enclosure base with the existing screws. 7) Remove and replace each EPROM on all the existing EZ-Zone Zone Controllers. See Figures 16 & 17 on pages 28 & 29 for detailed EPROM Replacement information.

Note: When ordering be sure to specify Fahrenheit or Celsius operation for your system To Upgrade To The AZ Basic System Order the Following:

(1) (1) (X) (OE751) EZ Zone to Auto-Zone Basic Upgrade Kit (Includes: Zone Manager Board w/ Mounting Screws, Plastic Standoff Kit for Zone Manager, Return Air Sensor, Upgrade Label, Installation Instructions. (OE250) Outside Air Sensor (OE752) EPROM (Replaces EZ Zone, Zone Controller EPROM) (One Required Per Controller)

For optional components list and information see pages 14 & 15 of this manual.

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Your project has multiple EZ Zone Master Panels and their associated Zone Controllers. This upgrade will convert this to an Auto-Zone Plus System. To upgrade your existing EZ Zone System to the AutoZone Plus System the following procedures will be required. Warning: All removal and installation procedures must be done with the power to the controllers turned off. Failure to do so can cause severe damage to the controller boards. 1) All power and input/output wiring will need to be disconnected from the existing Master Controller board. Disconnect the keypad & display cable from the board by unplugging its connector from the board and the display on the existing enclosure cover. 2) The new Return Air Sensor should be installed in the return air stream in a location upstream of the point that the bypass duct connects to the return duct. 3) Install the new Outdoor Air Sensor in a location on the exterior of the building that provides shade and protection from the weather. Only one OA sensor is required for the entire system. See the mounting instructions included with the sensor for detailed mounting instructions. 4) Connect the CommLink to the network communications loop and wire in 24VAC power (See Figure 13 on page 25). 5) Remove the existing EZ Zone Master Controller Board from the EZ Zone enclosure. This will require the removal of 4 screws securing the board to the enclosure base. 6) Install the new Zone Manager board onto the existing enclosure base. The MiniLink should then be mounted to the Zone Manager board using the standoffs and screws included with the MiniLink. The new Zone Manager board installation requires 6 plastic standoffs be inserted between the back of the new board and the existing standoffs. Secure the board to 4 of the threaded standoffs (one in each corner of the board) with the screws that were included with the new Zone Manager board. 7) Connect the input, output and power wiring per the Auto-Zone Plus wiring diagram (See Figure 3 on page 18). Connect the new 3 Connector Ribbon Cable keypad display connector to the existing EZ Zone enclosure cover and to the new Auto-Zone Zone Manager board (See Figure 18 on page 30). Secure the existing enclosure cover to the enclosure base with the existing screws. 8) Remove and replace each EPROM on all the existing EZ-Zone Zone Controllers. See Figures 16 & 17 on pages 28 & 29 for detailed EPROM Replacement information.

Note: When ordering be sure to specify Fahrenheit or Celsius operation for your system To Upgrade To The Auto-Zone Plus System Order the Following:

(X) (OE753) EZ Zone to Auto-Zone Plus Upgrade Kit (One Required Per Existing Master Controller) (Includes: Zone Manager Board w/ Mounting Screws, Plastic Standoff Kit for Zone Manager, MiniLink w/ Mounting Hardware, Return Air Sensor, 3 Way Display/Keypad Connector cable, Upgrade Label, Installation Instructions). (OE361-04-CLMA) CommLink II Kit (Includes: Cables, Power Supply, Installation Instructions) (OE250) Outside Air Sensor (Only One Required For Entire System) (OE752) EPROM (Replaces EZ Zone, Zone Controller EPROM) (One Required Per Controller) (OE392-01-AZSYSM) System Manager (Not Required if Using Optional Computer)

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Note: When ordering be sure to specify Fahrenheit or Celsius operation for your system To Upgrade To The Auto-Zone Plus System Order the Following:

(X) (1) (1) (1) (X) (1) (OE751) EZ Zone to AZ Basic Upgrade Kit (One Required Per Existing Master Controller) (Includes: Zone Manager Board w/ Mounting Screws, Plastic Standoff Kit for Zone Manager, Return Air Sensor, Upgrade Label, Installation Instructions) (OE755) Modem Link Central to CommLink II Upgrade Kit (Includes: ComLink EPROM Upgrade Chip, Upgrade Label) (OE754) Master Interface Board to MiniLink Upgrade Kit (Includes: MiniLink EPROM Upgrade Chip, Upgrade Label) OE250 Outside Air Sensor (Only One Required Per System) (OE752) EPROM (Replaces EZ Zone, Zone Controller EPROM) (One Required Per Controller) (OE392-01-AZSYSM) System Manager (Not Required if Using Optional Computer)

For optional components list and information see pages 14 & 15 of this manual.

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*

+

Bypass Air Damper

Up to 16 Zone Air Dampers Allowed #1 #16

Zone Air Dampers

Upgraded Modem Link Central

To HVAC Unit Control Panel

N FA OL CO OL CO 1 2 1 2

+

Supply Air Temp Sensor Return Air Temp Sensor

+

Zone Manager

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Outside Air Temp Sensor

Only One OA Sensor Is Required For Entire System

A 3 B 2 6 1 C 5 9 4 D 8 # 7 0 *

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Static Pressure Sensor

Up to 16 Zone Air Dampers Allowed #1 #16

*

+

Bypass Air Damper

Zone Air Dampers

(Optional If Computer Front End Used) (Optional - Up to 13 On Each Loop))

System Manager

Other Controllers

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Static Pressure Sensor

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Optional Controllers and Accessories

In addition to the standard Zone Manager and Zone Controllers, WattMaster offers many other controllers and accessories to enhance your new Auto-Zone System. Optional Controllers that are available for use with the Auto-Zone Plus system include the CV, CV-C, GPC, Optimal Start Scheduler, Lighting Panel Controller and Wetbulb Module. These controllers are not available for use with the Auto-Zone Basic System. To utilize any of the optional controllers you must upgrade your system to the Auto-Zone Plus configuration. Accessories that are available for use with either the Auto-Zone Plus or Basic System include the CommLink II Communications Interface, Remote Link, Room Sensors, Round Zone Dampers and Rectangular Zone Dampers. WattMaster also offers Communication Cable that is color coded and labeled for the network communications loop and local communications loop. Following are brief descriptions of the optional controllers and accessories that are available.

CV Controller

The CV Controller provides control of single zone constant volume rooftop or split system HVAC equipment. CV controllers have four configurable relay outputs for heating/cooling staging, a 0-10VDC output for economizer control, on board time clock for scheduling/night setback functions and built in alarming features. The CV Controller can be used with the Auto Zone Plus System only. The CV can be programmed and monitored from the either the System Manager or from a personal computer which has the ZoneView Computer front end software installed. Up to 13 CV controllers can be installed on each local communications loop of your Auto-Zone Plus system.

CV-C Controller

The CV-C Controller is a field configurable constant volume unit controller that provides additional features which are not available with the standard CV controller. CV-C controllers can be configured for applications requiring CO2/IAQ economizer control, modulating HW and CW control valves and dehumidification. The CVC relay outputs can be expanded via a plug-in expansion board for use in applications requiring additional heating/cooling staging control. The CV-C Controller can be used with the Auto-Zone Plus System only. The System Manager cannot be used to program or monitor the CV-C controller. CV-C controllers require that a personal computer which has the ZoneView computer front end software installed be used for all programming and monitoring. Up to 13 CV-C controllers can be installed on each local communications loop of your Auto-Zone Plus system.

GPC Controller

The GPC (General Purpose Controller) is a very versa- The GPC can be used for many applications including,

tile controller that can be used for a variety of control applications that are outside the function of our standard HVAC unit controllers. Each GPC controller has (5) Universal Inputs that can accept contact closures, thermistor temperature sensors, or 4-20mA/2-10VDC signals. The controller has (5) digital outputs for on/off control and (1) 0-10VDC analog output to modulate a valve or damper. These inputs and outputs can be configured in a variety of ways using And/Or logic functions, time schedules, setpoints, etc. to perform many different tasks. but not limited to: · Control of Unit Heaters · Control of Boilers · Control of Exhaust Fans · Monitoring of Temperature · Monitoring of Humidity · Monitoring of Status Contacts The GPC Controller can be used with the Auto-Zone Plus System only. The System Manager cannot be used to program or monitor the GPC controller. GPC controllers require that a personal computer which has the ZoneView computer front end software installed be used for all programming and monitoring.

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Lighting Panel Controller

Adds building lighting control capability to the AutoZone System. The Lighting Panel Controller provides up to (7) Independent time schedules and light levels for control of up to (7) lighting circuits. The Lighting Panel Controller relay outputs can be set for on/off relay or pulsed relay control depending on the lighting system control contactor requirements. Pushbutton override is available for each lighting circuit by connecting a momentary pushbutton to the Lighting Panel Controller board. The Lighting Panel Controller can be used with the Auto Zone Plus System only. The System Manager cannot be used to program or monitor the Lighting Panel Controller. Light Panel Controllers require that a personal computer which has the ZoneView computer front end software installed be used for all programming and monitoring.

Optimal Start Scheduler

Provides expanded scheduling capabilities beyond those incorporated with the standard Auto-Zone controllers. The Optimal Start Scheduler provides for optimal Start/Stop and up to (7) independent schedules with 2 Start/Stop events per day and (14) Start/Stop holiday events per schedule. The Optimal Start Scheduler can be used with the Auto Zone Plus System only. The System Manager cannot be used to program or monitor the Optimal Start Scheduler Controller. This controller requires that a personal computer which has the ZoneView computer front end software installed be used for all programming and monitoring.

Wetbulb Module

Provides wetbulb temperature monitoring for control of all economizer equipped units on the Auto-Zone system. The Wetbulb Module includes an Outside Air Humidity Sensor for measuring outside air relative humidity and utilizes the installed Outdoor Air Sensor on the Auto-Zone System to calculate the wetbulb temperature. This temperature is used by the economizer control portion of the unit controller to provide accurate

economizer operation. The Wetbulb Module can be used with the Auto-Zone Basic and Plus Zone Systems. The Wetbulb Module can be monitored and programmed from either the System Manager or from a personal computer which has the ZoneView computer front end software installed.

Accessories

WattMaster offers a complete line of accessories for your Auto-Zone system. For part ordering information and a complete list of accessories please see the AutoZone Product List Pricing manual and the Auto-Zone Replacement Parts List Pricing Catalogs. Following is a brief list of some of the accessories that are offered for the Auto-Zone system.

· · ·

Remote Link - 14,400 baud modem for remote access to any Auto-Zone system CommLink II - Required to connect the Auto Zone Basic system to a personal computer Round Air Dampers - Air damper with a Zone Controller and actuator mounted in a control enclosure. Available in pressure dependent and pressure independent models. Available in round duct sizes of 6", 8", 10", 12", 14" and 16" diameter.

·

·

·

Rectangular Air Dampers - Rectangular, aluminum frame opposed blade dampers. Available in rectangular duct sizes from 8" x 8" to 24" x 36" in 2" increments of height and width Rectangular Air Damper Kit - Zone Controller and actuator mounted in a control enclosure for use with Rectangular Air Dampers ZoneView Computer Front End Software Free when ordered with an EZ Zone to AutoZone upgrade

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EZ Zone Wiring

The wiring diagram below depicts a typical existing EZ Zone Master Controller wiring. This diagram is shown for reference only. It's intent is to show the difference between the EZ Zone system wiring and the Auto-Zone system wiring. All wiring should be connected per the specific Auto-Zone system wiring diagrams on the following pages.

Bypass Air Damper Actuator

90 75 60

Splice As Required

LO HI

45

Static Pressure Sensor

Static Pick-up

Red

Master Controller Board

Grn

Blk

Supply Air Temp Sensor

Actuator Wiring Interface

Feedback (BK) Gnd (WH) Open (YL) Close (GR)

R G Y1 Y2 W1 W2

Line Voltage

HVAC Unit

24VAC Only

24VAC GND

RS-485 Communication cable to Zone Controllers

Figure 1: Existing EZ Zone Master Controller Wiring

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Auto-Zone Basic Wiring

Figure 2 below depicts the wiring schematic that should be used for the Auto-Zone Basic System upgrade as described in Example 1 on pages 8 and 9 of this manual.

Bypass Air Damper Actuator

Be sure to pay strict attention to all warnings and cautions listed on the schematic.

Splice As Required

Supply Air Temp. Sensor Static Pressure Sensor Static Pick-up

90 75 60

LO

HI

45

Return Air Temp. Sensor

Outdoor Air Temp. Sensor

Zone Manager

PRESSURE SENSOR JACK

Grn Blk Red

TB12

GND

SIG +5V

PJ1

24VAC

POWER

TB2

5.11V ADJUST

+12V SAT RAT OAT AUX1 AUX2 GND GND

+ + + +

ANALOG INPUTS

+

+

+

GND

Auxiliary Inputs ( Dry Contacts )

Actuator Wiring Interface Feedback (BK) Gnd (WH) Open (YL) Close (GR)

+ +

AUX3

Auto-Zone COOL MODE 06/11/95 03:48PM FRI OCCUPIED NO ALARM(S)

REC

NE5090

EXHAUST CONTACTS N.O.

Aux1 Economizer Disable Aux3 Aux2 Forced Filter Occupied Alarm Mode

BYPASS

FDBK GND OPEN CLOSE

V3 V4 V5 V6

OPEN BYPASS CLOSE G FAN Y1 COOL 1 Y2 COOL 2 W1 HEAT 1 W2 HEAT 2

LCD DISPLAY & KEYPAD

ANALOG OUTPUTS A1

To Relief / Exhaust Fans

1 4 7 *

2 5 8 0

3 6 9 #

A B C D

A2 G

TB2

EXP BUSS

RIBBON CABLE

R5 R6

Warning: See Figure 11 in this manual for important wiring instructions regarding Honeywell Economizer Actuators

Economizer Actuator

R G Y1 Y2 W1 W2

HVAC Unit

FAN COOL1 COOL2 HEAT1 HEAT2

P1 + C1 C2

5 U 4 Y2

COMM

MADE IN U.S.A. C 1992

75176

BELIMO

D17 D18 D19 D20 D21 D22 D23 D24

>

Line Voltage

24VAC GND

RS-485 Communications To Zone Controllers

OFF

These Switches Must Be In The OFF Position As Shown

See Note 1 &2

> OFF

Rocker Down

Address Switch Must Always Be Set To Address 0 on Zone Manager Board As Shown

Notes: 1.)24 VAC Must Be Connected So That All Ground Wires Remain Common. 2.)All Wiring To Be In Accordance With Local And National Electrical Codes and Specifications.

3.)All Communication Wiring To Be 18 Ga. Minimum, 2 Conductor Twisted Pair With Shield. Belden #82760 Or Equivalent.

Figure 2: New Auto-Zone Basic Controller Wiring Upgrade 17

Rocker Down

24VAC Only

RS-485 COMM DRIVER

T SH R

Local Loop

AF24-SR 3 Y1 133 IN-LB 2 + 1 COM

SW1

ADD

1 2 4 8 16 32 B NET

WARNING!

Zone Manager Address Switch

Use Extreme Care When Wiring Economizer Actuators Never Connect Or Disconnect Wiring With Power Applied! Never Apply Power If The Gnd ( 1 Com ) Terminal On The Actuator Is Not Connected.

Belimo Actuator Wiring Shown. Consult Factory For Other Models Of Economizer Actuators. Some Actuators Require Isolation Transformers In Order To Prevent Damage To The Controller Board.

D AD

ADD

1 2 4 8 16 32 B NET

16 32 B T E N

1 2 4 8

4.)For Individual Component Wiring See Specific Component Wiring Diagram. 5.)It Is Recommended That All Controllers Address Switches Are Set Before Installation.

EZ Zone/Auto-Zone

Auto-Zone Plus Wiring

Figure 3 below depicts the wiring schematic that should be used for the Auto-Zone Plus System upgrade as described in Example 2 on pages 10 and 11 of this manual. This schematic is also used for wiring of Example 3 on

Bypass Air Damper Actuator

90 75 60

pages 12 & 13 of this manual. Be sure to pay strict attention to all warnings and cautions listed on the schematic.

Splice As Required

Supply Air Temp. Sensor Static Pressure Sensor Static Pick-up

45

LO

HI

Return Air Temp. Sensor

Zone Manager

VR3 VR2

Outdoor Air Temp. Sensor (See Note 4)

Grn Blk

Red

PRESSURE SENSOR JACK

GND SIG +5V

7824

7812

C27

C26

PJ1 D1 D2 R7 R8

+ R40 + +

24VAC

GND

Actuator Wiring Interface

I2 C EXP PORT

PWR

5.11V ADJUST

D3 D4

R9 R10

ANALOG INPUTS +12V SAT RAT OAT

D25

U14

+

+ + NE5090

EXHAUST CONTACTS

N.O.

+ + +

AUX1 AUX2 AUX3

Auxiliary Inputs ( Dry Contacts )

GND GND

REC

OPEN FDBK ANALOG OUTPUTS A1 A2 G

TB2

To Relief / Exhaust Fans

Aux1 Economizer Disable Aux2 Filter Alarm Aux3 Forced Occupied Mode

K1

Network Loop RS-485 19200 Baud To Other Zone Managers and/or CommLink on System

GND OPEN CLOSE

V3 V4

CLOSE

WARNING!

Use Extreme Care When Wiring Economizer Actuators Never Connect Or Disconnect Wiring With Power Applied! Never Apply Power If The Gnd ( 1 Com ) Terminal On The Actuator Is Not Connected.

Belimo Actuator Wiring Shown Consult Factory For Other Models Of Economizer Actuators Some Actuators Require Isolation Transformers In Order To Prevent Damage To The Controller Board.

Economizer Actuator

K2

MINILINK

T SHIELD R

R FAN

COOL1 COOL2 HEAT1 HEAT2

T SH R NETWORK LOOP

1 2 4 8 16

32

R G Y1 Y2 W1 W2

HVAC Unit

24VAC Only

T SHIELD R

LOCAL T LOOP SH R

SW1 2 4 8 16 A B C

COMM T SH R

TB3

ADD

Local Loop

Line Voltage

24VAC GND

RS-485 Communications To Zone Controllers, CV Controllers And/Or System Manager

5 U 4 Y2

BELIMO

AF24-SR 3 Y1 133 IN-LB 2 + 1 COM

Notes: 1.)24 VAC Must Be Connected So That All Ground Wires Remain Common. 2.)All Wiring To Be In Accordance With Local And National Electrical Codes and Specifications. 3.)All Communication Wiring To Be 18 Ga. Minimum, 2 Conductor Twisted Pair With Shield. Belden #82760 Or Equivalent.

See Note 1 &2

4.)Only One Outside Air Sensor Is Required Per System. It May Be Connected To Any CV Controller Or Zone Manager On The System. If A Wetbulb Module Controller Is Used The OA Sensor Must Be Connected To The Wetbulb Module. 5.)For Individual Component Wiring See Specific Component Wiring Diagram.

Warning: See Figure 11 in this manual for important wiring instructions regarding Honeywell economizer actuators

Figure 3: Existing Auto-Zone Plus Controller Wiring 18 Upgrade

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Auto-Zone Plus Address Switches

The Auto-Zone Plus Zone Manager has two different address switches. One is located on the main Zone Manager board and one is located on the MiniLink board that is located on the top of the Zone Manager board. The Zone Manager board address should always be set to address 17 on an Auto-Zone Plus system. The MiniLink board should be addressed with a unique number for each Zone Manager on the system. It is recommended that you start with address 1 and address each Zone Manager consecutively. See Figure 4 below for detailed information.

OPEN

FDBK GND OPEN CLOSE

V3 V4

1

CLOSE

ADD

MiniLink Board (Mounted On Top Of Zone Manager Board)

Caution! The MiniLinks Must Have Address Switches Set Between 1 And 30 (Up To 30 MiniLinks (Mounted on Zone Managers) Are Allowed Per Auto-Zone Plus System). The MiniLinks Should Be Addressed In Consecutive Order Starting With Address #1. Address #1 Must Be Present On The Loop For The System To Function.

ANALOG OUTPUTS A1 A2 G

TB2

R FAN

COOL1 COOL2 HEAT1 HEAT2

R NETWORK LOOP

OFF

>

Rocker Down

K1 K2

MINILINK

T SH

2 4 8 16 32

>

1 2 4 8 16 32

These Switches Must Be In The OFF Position As Shown

OFF

Address Switch Shown Is Address Switch Shown Is Set For Address 1 Set For Address 4 The Address For Each MiniLink Must Be Unique To The Other MiniLinks On The Network Loop. Loop #1 MiniLink Should Be Addressed As #1 Loop #2 MiniLink Should Be Addressed As #2 Etc..

>

These Switches Must Be In The OFF Position As Shown

MiniLink Address Switch Setting

Caution: The Power To The Zone Manager Must Be Removed And Reconnected After Changing The MiniLink Or Zone Manager Address Switch Settings In Order For Any Changes To Take Effect. Caution: Disconnect All Communication Loop Wiring From The Zone Manger Before Removing Power. Reconnect Power And Then Reconnect Communication Loop Wiring To Zone Manager.

Zone Manager Address Switch

Address Switch Must Always Be Set To Address 17 on Zone Manager Board As Shown

All Zone Managers On System Must Be Addressed As 17 Network Switch Must Be ON As Shown

Zone Manager Address Switch Setting

Figure 4: New Auto-Zone Plus Address Switch Setting Upgrade 19

OFF

Rocker Down

MiniLink Address Switch

Rocker Down

ADD

LOCAL T LOOP SH R

32 B NET

COMM T SH R

TB3

ADD

4 8 16

1

2

Zone Manager Board (Under MiniLink Board)

AD D

AD D

ADD

1 2 4 8 16 32 B NET

AD D

1 2 4 8 16 32 B T E N

EZ Zone/Auto-Zone

HVAC Staging Connections

Figure5 below shows the EZ Zone Master Controller wiring. Figure 6 below depicts the wiring schematic that should be used for wiring of all Auto-Zone Zone Managers boards. As can be seen below, the Auto-Zone Zone Manager wiring is much simpler than the EZ Zone Master Controller wiring. Be sure to pay strict attention to all warnings and cautions listed on the schematic.

24 VAC - R Fan - G Cool - Y1

OUT1

FAN

OUT2

COOL1

OUT3

Cool - Y2

OUT4

COOL2 HEAT1

OUT5

Heat - W1 Heat - W2

The EZ Zone Master Controller relay outputs consist of a series of five double pole terminal blocks. Wire jumpers between terminal blocks are required to the common of each relay.

HEAT2

Figure 5: Existing EZ Zone HVAC Wiring

24 VAC -R Fan - G Cool - Y1 Cool - Y2 Heat - W1 Heat - W2

R FAN COOL1 COOL2 HEAT1 HEAT2

The Auto-Zone Zone Manager wiring has been simplified. There is only one terminal block with connections clearly marked for ease of installation. Jumpers are no longer required since the commons are tied together within the circuit board.

Figure 6: New Auto-Zone HVAC Wiring

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EZ Zone/Auto-Zone

Sensor Connections

Splice As Required

Red

PRESSURE SENSOR TB12

LO

HI

Static Pressure Sensor Static Pick-up

Grn

ANALOG INPUTS

GND

+5V

SIG

Blk

+V +V 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 G G

Supply Air Sensor

The EZ Zone Master Controller sensor connections are located on the right side of the board. Only a supply air temperature sensor and the bypass actuator feedback are connected here.

To Bypass Actuator Feedback

Figure 7: Existing EZ Zone Master Controller Sensor Wiring

Splice As Required

LO

HI

Static Pressure Sensor Static Pick-up Supply Air Temp. Sensor

The Auto-Zone Zone Manager includes terminals for connecting the following sensors: · · · Supply Air Temperature Return Air Temperature Outside Air Temperature

PRESSURE SENSOR JACK

TB1 GND

Return Air Temp. Sensor

+5V

SIG

PJ1

D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D8

R7 R8

C4 +

ANALOG INPUTS

+12V SAT RAT OAT AUX1 AUX2 AUX3 GND GND TB3

+

R9 R10

Outdoor Air Temp. Sensor

Figure 8: New AZ Zone Manager Sensor Wiring Upgrade 21

+ +

EXHAUST CONTACTS N.O.

TB4 ANALOG OUTPUTS A1 A2 G TB5

The terminals are marked SAT, RAT, and OAT for ease of wiring. Auxiliary input terminals AUX1, AUX2 and AUX3 are used for Economizer Disable, Dirty Filter Alarm and Forced Occupied Mode. Bypass damper feedback has been relocated (see next page).

EZ Zone/Auto-Zone

Bypass Damper Connections

PRESSURE SENSOR

GND

+5V

SIG

24 VAC

TB12

ANALOG INPUTS

Actuator Wiring Interface Feedback Gnd Open Close

OUT6

BYPASS OPEN BYPASS CLOSE

OUT7

+V +V 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 G G

The EZ Zone Master Controller has two double pole terminal blocks for the bypass actuator connections. These terminal blocks must be tied together by an external jumper. In addition, the feedback connection from the actuator must be terminated on the other side of the controller .

Figure 9: Existing EZ Zone Bypass Damper Wiring

Actuator Interface Wiring Feedback (Bk) Ground (Wh) Open (Yl) Close (Gr)

REC

NE5090

OPEN

FDBK GND OPEN CLOSE

V3 V4

CLOSE

T SH R

The Auto-Zone Zone Manager wiring has been simplified. There is only one terminal block with connections clearly marked for ease of installation. The actuator "feedback" connection is now terminated at the same location as all the connections. Jumpers are no longer required since the commons are tied together within the circuit board.

Figure 10: New Auto-Zone Bypass Damper Wiring

K1 K2

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Honeywell Economizer Actuators

When the HVAC units that are being upgraded to is available from WattMaster. This kit includes both the Auto-Zone system are equipped with either the the MS000204 Interface Module and a 24VAC IsoHoneywell M7415 or M7405 economizer actua- lation Transformer. tors, an interface module and a isolation transformer are required in order to connect and use the econoWarning: Both the interface module and a 24VAC mizer outputs on the Auto-Zone system. The interisolation transformer must be installed as shown face module converts the Honeywell actuator from below when connecting to the Honeywell M7415 0-5VDC operation to 0-10VDC operation. An isoor M7405 actuator. Failure to install these comlation transformer is also required for this installaponents as shown can result in serious damage to tion to prevent voltage feedback to the control systhe Auto-Zone controller board. tem. The OE266-01 Actuator Interface Module kit

Honeywell M7415 Actuator Without Interface Module

24

14 10 5A 50 41 262 M7025VA C T

Honeywell M7415 Actuator With Q769C1007 (WM # MS000204) Interface Module Installed Place Interface Module On Terminals P1 and P

24

14 10 5A 50 41 262 M7025VA C T

R TR 1

R TR 1

SE

N

SO

R

T T1 P P1

SE

N

SO

R

T T1

M IN PO SN

Installing MS000204 Interface Module To Honeywell M7415 Or 7405 Actuator

ANALOG INPUTS

SAT RAT OAT AUX1 AUX2 AUX3 GND GND EXHAUST CONTACTS N.O.

+12V

Zone Manager

Q769C1007 Interface Module (WM # MS002004)

ANALOG OUTPUTS A1 A2 G

TB2

A1 G

24 VAC - Isolation Transformer (WM # WP000019)

24VAC 24VAC

+ -

P1 P T1 T TR TR1

Warning: An Isolation Transformer Must Be Used For Connection To Actuator Or Serious Damage Will Result!

Honeywell Series M7415 Or M7405 Actuator

Wiring OE266-01 Actuator Interface Module Kit To Zone Manager (Basic & Plus Systems)

Figure 11: Honeywell Economizer Actuators Wiring Information

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System Manager Installation

System Manager

Auto-Zone v.X.XX 03/11/98 03:38PM WED OCCUPIED NO ALARM(S)

1 4 7

DEC.

2 5 8 0

3 6 9

MINUS

Alarm

MENU ESC

Communication Override

CLEAR

ENTER

WATTMASTER CONTROLS INC.

Required VA For Transformer System Manager = 25VA Max.

24VAC Line Voltage

POWER 24VAC GND

COMMUNICATIONS

See Note 1

T SHLD R POWER RS-485 SYSTEM MANAGERREV. 1 SUPPLY YS101716

To MiniLink Local Loop Terminals (Recommended) Or Local Loop Terminals Of Any Device On Local Loop

See Note 3

To Next Device On Local Loop (If Desired - Not Required)

The Ideal Recommended Location For The System Manager Is As The First Device On The Local Loop, (Connect To MiniLink Local Loop Terminals) Although The System Manager May Be Connected To Any Local Loop At Any Point On The Local Loop. DO NOT CONNECT TO THE NETWORK LOOP. The System Manager Will Not Operate Correctly If Attached To The Network Loop. Notes: 1.)24 VAC Must Be Connected So That All Ground Wires Remain Common.

2.)All Wiring To Be In Accordance With Local And National Electrical Codes And Specifications.

3.) All Communication Wiring To Be 2 Conductor Twisted Pair With Shield. Use Belden #82760 Or Equivalent.

Figure 12: System Manager Wiring

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CommLink II Installation

Commlink II Communications Interface (Jumper Set For Multiple Loop)

CommLink Is Supplied With 110/24VAC Power Supply. If Desired A Transformer (By Others) May Be Wired To The CommLink Instead Required VA For Transformer CommLink = 14VA Max.

24VAC Line Voltage

485 LOOP

Part #CLMA19A1

MODEM (DTE)

COMPUTER (DCE)

T

G

R

POWER 2 G 4 N V D

See Note 1

120/24 Vac Transformer Part # PX000015

9 Pin Female 9 Pin Female

Network Loop RS-485 19200 Baud (See Note 3). Connect Supplied RJ12 Modular Phone Cable To Supplied 9 Pin Or 25 Pin Connector As Reqd By Your Computer Com Port Connection

Connect To First Zone Manager On Network Loop All Communication Loop Wiring Is Straight Through

T SH R T SH T SH T SH

Molded Modem Cable. Part #HZ000098 Supplied With CommLink

4 Piece Computer R R R Cable Kit. Part # HZ000112 Supplied With Caution: CommLink Disconnect All Communication Loop Wiring From The CommLink Before Removing Power From The CommLink. Reconnect Power And Then Reconnect Communication Loop Wiring.

25 Pin Male Connect To Modem Only. Modem Is Part # OE419-02

9 Pin Female

25 Pin Female

PIN 1

COMM DRIVER CHIP ( U1 )

Caution: Do Not Use The "Molded Cable" To Connect To The Computer (DCE) Connector. This Cable Is Only To Be Used To Connect From The CommLink (DTE) Connection To The Modem (When Used). Use 25 Pin Or 9 Pin Connector As Required By Available Serial (COM) Port On Computer. Caution: Do Not Use The "25 Pin Or 9 Pin Cable" To Connect To The Modem (DTE) Connector.. This Cable Is Only To Be Used To Connect From The CommLink (DCE) Connection To The Computer (When Used) Serial Port (COM) Connection.

MULTI SINGLE

123

Note: Place Jumper Between Pins 1 & 2 for Multiple Loop Applications & Between Pins 2 & 3 for Single Loop Applications

Notes: 1.)24 VAC Must Be Connected So That All Ground Wires Remain Common. 2.)All Wiring To Be In Accordance With Local And National Electrical Codes And Specifications. 3.)All Communication Wiring To Be 2 Conductor Twisted Pair With Shield. Use Belden #82760 Or Equivalent.

CommLink Jumper Switch Settings

Note: For Auto-Zone Basic System (See Example 1 page 8 & 9) jumper must be set for single loop operation as shown above. For Auto-Zone Plus System (See Example 2 page 10 & 11) jumper must be set for multiple loop operation as shown above.

Figure 13: CommLink II Wiring

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Modem Linc Central EPROM Replacement

EPROM Location See Figure 17 For Removal And Installation Instructions

Notch

The EZ Zone Modem Linc Central EPROM chip must be replaced with the Auto-Zone CommLink upgrade EPROM chip part #OE754. This EPROM chip is factory programmed with the new AutoZone to EZ Zone software. This chip must be replaced or the Modem Linc Central will not function with the Auto-Zone system. CAUTION: Power must be removed from the Modem Linc Central during removal of the old EPROM chip and installation of the new EPROM chip. It is also imperative that the old EPROM chip is removed gently to avoid damage to the circuit board. Installation of the new EPROM chip must also be done with care to prevent damage to the pins on the new chip. See Figure 17 for detailed chip removal and installation information.

Figure 14: EZ Zone Modem Linc Central EPROM Location

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Master Interface EPROM Replacement

EPROM Location See Figure 17 For Removal And Installation Instructions

T SH R

1 2 4 8 16

32

Notch

The EZ Zone Master Interface Board EPROM chip must be replaced with the Auto-Zone MiniLink upgrade EPROM chip part # OE755. This EPROM chip is factory programmed with the new Auto-Zone to EZ Zone software. This chip must be replaced or the Master Interface Board will not function with the Auto-Zone system.

24VAC GND

T SH R

Figure 15: EZ Zone Master Interface Board EPROM Location

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8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

OFF

>

Rocker Down

NETWORK

LOOP

CAUTION: Power must be removed from the Master Interface Board during removal of the old EPROM chip and installation of the new EPROM chip. It is also imperative that the old EPROM chip is removed gently to avoid damage to the circuit board. Installation of the new EPROM chip must also be done with care to prevent damage to the pins on the new chip. See Figure 17 for detailed chip removal and installation information.

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Zone Controller EPROM Replacement

EPROM Location See Figure 17 For Removal And Installation Instructions Notch

FLOW CX8

RAM 8K 32K CX4 U4 U3

CX3

CX1

RN1 1

D5

CX9

16L8 U9 R1 R2 R3 CX2

RAM 80C55 2

EPROM

R22 P.U.

D5 R32

PCB80C552-5-16WP 500650=1/3 DFD9940SM

R23

PHILIPS

The EZ Zone Zone Controller EPROM chip must be replaced with the Auto-Zone Zone Contoller upgrade EPROM chip part # OE752. This EPROM chip is factory programmed with the new Auto-Zone to EZ Zone software. This chip must be replaced or the zone controller will not function with the Auto-Zone system. CAUTION: Power must be removed from the Zone Controller board during removal of the old EPROM chip and installation of the new EPROM chip. It is also imperative that the old EPROM chip is removed gently to avoid damage to the circuit board. Installation of the new EPROM chip must also be done with care to prevent damage to the pins on the new chip. See the next page for detailed chip removal and installation information.

R34

R18

U8 74HC573N B31920PS C9

LMC662

U1

TCU32K2V

9936 MS6264L-70PC

R27

C13 VREF C14 ADJ

C8

Q1

C10

X1

74HC259 B31920PS

T'STA T

U2

C1

R24

PHILIPS

D7

R28

R25

C11 U11 C15 75176

R26

C2

R19

CX10

R20 EWDOG

R4

CX5

ADDRE SS ADD

R5 R6 R7

LD3

1 2 4 8 16 32 TOKEN NET

U5 93C46 U6 R8

PJ1

EXPAN SION

COMM

250 F1 D4

SW1 U10

POWER LD2

CX6 C5 R13 R14 R100

C3 C4 PJ2 V1

ACTUA TOR

LD1

R21

R9

C6

24VAC

GND

Figure 16: EZ Zone Zone Controller EPROM Location

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MC340 64A 9936

M

7824C T

MDL

YS101 562 REV. 2

VR1

SCAN REC

R11 R12

R10

L1

D3 C7

24VDC CONTACT: UL / CSA 5A250VAC

K1 D1 Q2

7824 R16 R17

R15

24VDC CONTACT: UL / CSA 5A250VAC

Q3

U7

D2

K2

V2

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EPROM Installation Procedures

Gently Rock Chip Side To Side And Then Lift Straight Up To Remove Chip From Chip Socket.

WARNING!

Be sure the chip you have selected to replace is a socketed chip. Not all driver chips on the boards are field replaceable. Only socketed chips may be removed and replaced in the field. All other chips that are not socketed will require sending the board to the WattMaster factory for repair. If you try to remove a chip that is not socketed it will destroy the circuit board. Once you have determined that the chip needing replacement is indeed a socketed chip please proceed in the following manner.

Chip Chip Socket

I.C. Puller

Remove the communications loop connector and then the 24VAC power connector on the controller before attempting to change any components. DAMAGE will occur if components are removed or installed with power applied. If you are unsure how to safely remove the chip or about the correct pin placement, please consult the factory before proceeding. Damage to the board caused by failure to correctly remove or install the chip is not covered by the WattMaster warranty. Use extreme care to avoid inserting the screwdriver or I.C. Puller under the socket. You must insert the tip of the screwdriver or ends of the I.C. Puller between the body of the chip and the chip socket. Each chip MUST be installed with Pin 1 in the correct location. Installing the chip "backwards" will in most cases destroy the device when power is reapplied. Pin 1 can be located by looking for the notch in the end of the chip. Pin 1 on "some" chips is identified with a dot. Be certain that ALL pins are lined up in the socket before pressing the chip in. Failure to properly line up the pins will result in damage to the chip. This is a VERY common error - BE CAREFUL. Only after confirming that the chip has been correctly installed with Pin 1 in the proper position and that the pins are lined up and none are bent or out of the socket, should communication or power wiring be reconnected to the board. Tp prevent possible damage always reconnect the power wiring first and then the communication wiring.

Using I.C. Puller To Remove Socketed Chip

Printed Circuit Board

Gently Lift The Chip On One End And Rock Chip Back And Forth With Screwdriver As Shown. Repeat This Process On The Other End Of Chip. Alternate This Process On Both Ends Of Chip Until The Chip Is Free From The Chip Socket.

Small Flathead Screwdriver

Direction Of Pull

Chip

Chip Socket Printed Circuit Board

Using Screwdriver To Remove Socketed Chip

Notch Dot Pin1

Chip

Chip Socket

Printed Circuit Board

Top View Of Socketed Chip Assembly

End View Of Socketed Chip Assembly

Dot Socket Pin 1 Printed Circuit Board

Typical RS-485 Communications Driver Chip Detail

Figure 17: EPROM Removal And Installation

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Ribbon Cable Installation

Note: The 3 Connector Ribbon Cable Is Only Required When Connecting A System As Shown In Example #2 On Pages 10 & 11 Of This Guide.

PRESSURE SENSOR JACK VR3 VR2

GND SIG +5V

7824

7812

C27

C26

PJ1 D1 D2 R7 R8

+ R40 + +

24VAC

GND

I2 C EXP PORT

PWR

5.11V ADJUST

D3 D4

R9 R10

ANALOG INPUTS +12V SAT RAT OAT

D25

U14

+

+ + NE5090

EXHAUST CONTACTS

N.O.

+ + +

AUX1 AUX2 AUX3

GND GND

REC

OPEN FDBK GND OPEN CLOSE

V3 V4

1 2 4 8 16

CLOSE

ANALOG OUTPUTS A1 A2 G

TB2

K1 K2

MINILINK

T SH R FAN

COOL1 COOL2 HEAT1 HEAT2

R NETWORK LOOP

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3- Connector Ribbon Cable To KeyPad & Display Board See Connection Detail Below

COMM T SH R

TB3

SW1

LOCAL T LOOP SH R

ADD

2 4 8 16 A B C

USE CARE TO ROUTE THE RIBBON CABLE SO THAT IT IS NOT CRIMPED AND SO IT IS CLEAR OF ENCLOSURE COVER SCREWS WHEN INSTALLED

CAUTION!

Use 3-Connector Ribbon Cable When Connecting Auto-Zone Plus Zone Manager Board To EZ Zone Keypad & Display Board Minilink Board Zone Manager Board

Keypad And Display Circuit Board

Cable Connection Detail

Figure 18: 3 Connector Ribbon Cable Installation

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Upgrade Parts List Summary

All the standard and components that are required or available for the Auto-Zone to EZ Zone upgrades are summarized below. See the upgrade examples on pages 8 through 13 of this manual for the parts lists that are required for your specific application. For other AutoZone products such as CV Unit Controllers, Lighting Panel Controllers etc., please see pages 14 & 15 or consult the factory to see if these are available for your specific application.

Part No

OE392-01-ZSYSM OE751 OE753

Description

System Manager (Used on Plus Systems) Includes: System Manager Only. EZ Zone To Auto-Zone Basic Upgrade Kit Includes: Zone Manager Board w/ Mounting Screws, Plastic Standoff Kit for Zone Manager, Return Air Sensor, Upgrade Label, Installation Instructions. EZ Zone To Auto-Zone Plus Upgrade Kit Includes: Zone Manager Board w/ Mounting Screws, Plastic Standoff Kit for Zone Manager, MiniLink w/ Mounting Hardware, Return Air Sensor, 3 Way Display/Keypad Connector cable, Upgrade Label, Installation Instructions. Duct Temperature Sensor (10kohm with 12" Probe, used for Return or Supply Air Sensor) Includes: Duct Temperature Sensor, 2 Wire with 12" Long Probe. Outside Air Temperature Sensor (10kohm) Includes: Temperature Sensor Mounted in Weatherproof Handy Box. Remote Data Link (Modem- External -14,400 Baud ) Includes: Modem and 120/9 VAC Power Supply. CommLink II (Used on Basic & Plus Systems ) Includes: CommLink II, Power Supply & Cables for Connection to Computer and Remote Link are Included. Replacement EPROM Chip Contains Auto-Zone software to replace EZ Zone software in Zone Controller Includes: EPROM Chip Modem Linc Central To CommLink II Upgrade Kit Includes: ComLink II EPROM Upgrade Chip, Upgrade Label Master Interface Board To MiniLink Upgrade Kit Includes: MiniLink EPROM Upgrade Chip, Upgrade Label Blank Enclosure Cover Used to replace EZ Zone Master Controller Cover when Keypad & Display are not Desired. Includes: Metal Enclosure Cover Only ZoneView AZ Software Windows Based Software for Accessing System using a PC Includes: 3.5" Floppy Installation Diskettes and Operations Manual.

OE231

OE250 OE419-03 OE361-04

OE752

OE755 OE754 EC101600-3

SP500

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Additional Information

For further technical information regarding the AutoZone products please refer to the appropriate Installation, Operation and Maintenance manual included with your upgrade package. Additional technical assistance is available by contacting the WattMaster technical support group at the numbers listed below.

WattMaster Controls Inc. Phone: (816) 505-1100 Fax: (816) 505-1101 E-mail: [email protected]

Thank you for choosing WattMaster Controls!

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