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Uponor, Inc.

5925 148th Street West

Apple Valley, MN 55124

Toll Free: 800.321.4739

Phone: 952.891.2000

Fax: 952.891.2008

www.uponorpro.com

PRODUCTS

1.1General:


.1Supply and install equipment-mounting brackets as required.

.2Supply, install and commission all hubs, switches, routers, transceivers, fiber-optic patch panels or any other communication equipment identified in the contract unless otherwise noted.

.3Install, test and commission power supplies and vendor-supplied controllers with all required cables to provide a fully functional system network. Contractor is to provide a fully functional SCADA system network. Communication enclosures and equipment are to be installed at locations as shown on the drawings. Install as per the directions of the Engineer and the Contract drawings.

.4Approved Vendors:

Uponor

1.2Hardware


.1Network Components

Part Number

Description

A9070000

Touch Panel Interface (TPI) — Remote setpoint adjustment, schedules, calendars, modes and general system interface.

A9011000

Router Main Control (RTR) — Central system interconnect device for all functionality; provides connection point between the climate control system and computer for configuration.

A9012000

Primary Equipment Control (PEC) — Controls main building heating equipment.

A9013000

Supply Water Temperature (SWT) Control — Controls all mixed water temperature in any hydronic heating system (Injection Pumps and/or Mixing Valves), as well as Snow-melt Control relays.

A9014000

Zone Pump Control (ZPC) — Control connection for all zone pumps used for heating, baseboard and snow melting.

A9011500

Digital Zone Control Module (DZCM) — Connection hub for all thermostats and thermal actuators.

A9011100

Furnace and Air Condition (FAC) Control — Operates air handlers, furnaces or rooftop fan, furnace, A/C, humidification and dehumidification.

A9011200

Heat Recovery Ventilator (HRV) Control — Manages HRV with up to three fan speeds (high/med/low). An optional VOC/CO2 sensor monitors fresh-air requirements.

A9011400

Zone Valve Damper (ZVD) Control — Controls On/Off (Power-open, Spring-return) operation of up to eight (8) valves or eight (8) zone dampers per board.

A9011600

Network Generic Input/Output (GIO) Control — Maintains on/off operation of up to eight (8) devices.



.2 Peripheral Components

Part Number

Description

A9012010

Boiler Relay, On-Off — On/off control for two independently controlled dry contacts.

A9012020

Boiler Relay, Modulating 0-10VDC — Controls the firing rate for boiler to maintain setpoint.

A9013030

Pump Relay, On-Off — On/off control for pumps up to 3 Amps along with connection point for sensors (Supply and Return, DHW, etc.).

A9013040

Network Variable Speed Pump Control, Modulating 0-10VDC — Controls injection pump. Pump must contain DC Input terminals to operate properly.

A9063020

Modulating Valve Control, 0-10V — Control signal modulates mixing valves along with connection for dual sensors. Dual sensors must be connected to provide temperature feedback for mixing control.

A9013060

Snow Melt Rough-in Kit and Well – A plastic housing that gets installed prior to the final surface for snow melting. Accepts the Automatic Snow Ice Sensor (A9013062)

A9013061

Snow-melt Control with Slab Sensor, 60-ft. lead — Control termination point for automatic snow-melt sensor and slab sensor. Provides remote semi-automatic control terminals.

A9013062

Automatic Snow and Ice Sensor Assembly, 60-ft. lead Consists of a dry contact that closes upon wet condition.

A9010501

Thermal Valve Actuator with Molex Plug — Controls individual loops as zones connected to manifold.

A9010510

Surface-mount Thermostat, vertical display

A9010520

Flush-mount Thermostat, vertical display

A9010530

Flush-mount Thermostat, horizontal display

A9010540

Wall Sensor, no display

A9010599

Slab Sensor, 10k — Optional sensor used to control actual temperature of radiant panel.

A9013001

Supply and Return Sensor, 10k — Used to measure supply and return water temperature for boiler operation and water mixing.

A9012002

Domestic Hot Water (DHW) Tank Sensor, 10k — Used to control operation for the DHW tank. Installed in the tank well.

A9012003

Domestic Hot Water (DHW) Recirculation Sensor, 10k — Used to control operation for the recirculation pump installed on the pipe surface.

A9012004

System Pressure Sensor, On-Off — Monitors pressure within the hydronic system.

A9010201

VOC-CO2 Indoor Air Quality Sensor — Provides a 0-10VDC output for each range [up to eight (8) per network system].



.3Cabinets: Network System main controls shall be mounted in a pre-manufactured cabinet supplied by the control manufacturer. Cabinet shall allow right- or left-hinge configuration. Cabinets must have removable back plate.

Part Number

Description

A9010000

Control Cabinet, 4-position

A9010001

Control Cabinet, 3-position

A9010002

Control Cabinet, 2-position

A9010003

Control Cabinet, 1-position



.4Wiring Accessories


Part Number

Description

A9011003

Network Y-Connector — Connects Network System controls in daisy-chain configuration.

A9011002

Network Wire Converter — Converts 18/2 thermostat wire to Cat5 cable.


1.3Materials


.1Control system shall use Cat5 cabling and connectors for controller-to-controller communication.

.2Network thermostats shall be communicating and wired utilizing 18/2 AWG wire.

.3Contractor shall furnish and install thermostats capable of first-stage, second-stage and supplemental operation for heating, along with cooling operation, utilizing 18/2 AWG wire.

.4Network thermostats shall provide room temperature, slab temperature and humidity information over 18/2 AWG wire.

.5Systems are to conform to TIA/EIA-568 Standards.

1.4Control Panel Hardware Specifics


.1Router Main Control (RTR) shall:

Be mounted in a pre-manufactured cabinet as supplied by the control manufacturer. Surface-mounting is a less-preferred option.

Connect to other subnet Controllers [i.e., Primary Equipment Control (PEC), Supply Water Temperature Control (SWT) and Zone Pump Control (ZPC)] using pre-configured wiring connection with Molex ends for termination.

Be powered by 24VAC only through suitable transformer and supplied power connection with Molex plug.

Connect to other BACnet devices via Cat5 (minimum standard) wire. Use of standard thermostat wire (18/2 AWG) is a less-preferred alternative.

Support up to:

Twelve (12) Digital Zone Control Modules (DZCMs).

Ninety-nine (99) hydronic-based zones for heating.

Sixteen (16) air zones for heating and cooling.

Eight (8) Furnace and Air Conditioning Controls (FACs).

Eight (8) Heat Recovery Ventilator Controls (HRVs).

Two (2) Zone Valve controls with 16 total outputs.

Two (2) Zone Damper controls with 16 total outputs.

One (1) Generic Input/Output Control (GIO).

Provide visual indication of communication and operation status.

Primary Equipment Control (PEC) shall:

Support one (1) Primary Equipment Control.

Be mounted in a pre-manufactured cabinet as supplied by the control manufacturer. Surface-mounting is a less-preferred option.

Connect to other subnet controllers [i.e., Router Main Control (RTR), Supply Water Temperature Control (SWT) and Zone Pump Control (ZPC)] using pre-configured wiring connection with Molex ends for termination.

Be powered by 24VAC only through supplied power and communication wire.

Support up to:

Five (5) heating device connections.

Five (5) on/Off boiler connections.

Five (5) full modulation connections, 0-10VDC.

Two (2) two-stage boiler connections.

Two (2) single-stage heat pumps.

One (1) booster boiler in heat pump application for heating assist.

One (1) hot/cold switch-over valve (diverting).

Two (2) buffer tanks for heat pump applications (one heat, one cool).

One (1) outdoor air sensor (OAS) and provide data to other BACnet controllers.

One (1) primary pump (3A maximum) through an approved pump relay along with supporting supply and return temperature sensors.

Two (2) domestic hot water (DHW) tanks and pumps (3A maximum) through approved pump relay along with supporting tank-temperature sensors.

One (1) digital system-pressure switch having an adjustable range from 3 to 15 psi.

One (1) domestic hot water recirculation (DHW-R) pump (3A maximum) and related pipe sensor.

Have the ability to:

Assign a schedule (SCH) to DHW tanks and DHW-R independently.

Adjust the staging delays for On and Off intervals.

Stage and rotate the boiler stages based on equal service hours.

Set operating temperature limits (minimum and maximum) based on recommendations of equipment manufacturer.

Provide visual indication of communication and operation status from main and peripheral devices.

.2Supply Water Temperature Control (SWT) shall:

Be mounted in a pre-manufactured cabinet as supplied by the control manufacturer. Surface-mounting is a less-preferred option.

Connect to other subnet controllers [i.e., Router Main Control (RTR), Primary Equipment Control (PEC) or Zone Pump Control (ZPC)] using pre-configured wiring connection with Molex ends for termination.

Be powered by 24VAC only through supplied power and communication wire.

Support up to:

Five (5) mixed water temperatures with supply-and-return temperature reference.

One (1) Supply Water Temperature Control.

Four (4) Snow-melt Control connections or zones.

Five (5) secondary system pumps (3A maximum) and link to the mixing device.

A combination of snow-melt functionality.

Allow individual programming for each water temperature channel based on secondary water temperature requirements or heating curves.

Use room temperature differential to modify water temperature requirements.

Use modulating valves, injection pump (3A maximum) or a combination of both.

Run semiautomatic or full automatic snow-melt modes.

Have adjustable limits for installation and equipment protection.

Use primary loop temperature information to reduce heat output to secondary systems.

Provide visual indication of communication and operation status from main and peripheral devices.

.3Zone Pump Control (ZPC) shall:

Be mounted in a pre-manufactured cabinet as supplied by the control manufacturer. Surface-mounting is a less-preferred option.

Connect to other subnet controllers [i.e., Router Main Control (RTR), Primary Equipment Control (PEC) and Supply Water Temperature Control (SWT)] using pre-configured wiring connection with Molex ends for termination.

Be powered by 24VAC only through supplied power and communication wire.

Support up to:

Sixteen (16) zone pumps (3A maximum) using an approved pump relay with supply-and-return temperature reference.

One (1) supply and return sensor per zone pump

Provide visual indications of communication and operation status from main and peripheral devices.

.4Digital Zone Control Modules (DZCM) shall:

Connect to Router Main Control via one of the following options:

Cat5 (minimum required) wire using T568B connections.

Home-run or daisy-chain methods without loss in communication integrity.

Support up to:

Twelve (12) individually-addressed modules.

Ten (10) Climate Control Network System Thermostat connections.

Ten (10) Thermal Actuators with Molex connectors.

Note: Only use Uponor Two-wire Network Thermostats listed in the Peripherals section.

Have the ability to:

Detect end-switch closure on actuator(s) to operate pumps.

Control multiple water temperatures.

Process first- and second-stage heating and cooling requirements.

Process supplemental heating requirements.

Process humidity requirements.

Manually control fan operation.

Remove terminal blocks for ease of wiring.

Automatically detect thermostat and actuator connections and determine thermostat and actuator relationship for operation.

Provide visual indication of communication, operation status, and actuator open/close sequence.

Be powered with 24VAC and be fuse-protected.

1.5Field Device Hardware Specifics


.1Furnace and Air Condition Control (FAC) shall:

Support up to (8) eight Furnace and Air Conditioning Controls.

Support connections for fan, heating, cooling, humidify and dehumidify functionality.

Connect to the Router Main Control (RTR) via one of the following options:

Cat5 (or equivalent) wire.

Home-run or daisy-chain configuration with similar controls (e.g., HRV, ZVD and GIO).

Have the ability to:

Remove terminal blocks for wire connections.

Select addressing using jumpers.

Use field-selectable jumpers to change individual outputs from dry to powered (24VAC output) connection.

Manually override modes (i.e., manual, off or auto — MOA).

Customize functionality in manual mode.

Connect two independent 10k sensor inputs for monitoring temperatures (i.e., discharge and return temperatures).

Provide visual indication of communication, operation status and output operation viewable through a front cover or lens.

Be powered with 24VAC and be fuse-protected.
.2Heat Recovery Ventilator Control (HRV) shall:

Support connections for low-, medium- and high-speed operation through individual dry contacts.

Connect to the Router Main Control (RTR) via one of the following options:

Cat5 (or equivalent) wire.

Home-run or daisy-chain configuration with similar controls (FAC, ZVD or GIO).

Have the ability to:

Remove terminal blocks for wire connections.

Select addressing using jumpers.

Manually override modes (i.e., manual, off or auto — MOA).

Customize functionality in manual mode.

Connect a Volatile Organic Compound/Carbon Dioxide (VOC/CO2) Sensor for indoor air-quality requirements.

Provide visual indication of communication, operation status and output operation viewable through a front cover or lens.

Be powered with 24VAC through Cat5 wire and be fuse-protected.
.3Zone Valve Damper Control (ZVD) shall:

Support up to:

Four (4) Zone Valve Damper Controls.

Two (2) boards to control zone valves (maximum of 16 zone valves).

Two (2) boards to control zone dampers (maximum of 16 zone dampers).

Note: Standard operation assumes that the device(s) connected (valves or dampers) are normally closed when not energized.

Eight (8) connections for 24VAC spring-return valves and dampers (1.0A maximum each).

Connect to the Router Main Control (RTR) via one of the following options:

Cat5 (or equivalent) wire.

Home-run or daisy-chain configuration with similar controls (FAC, HRV or GIO).

Have the ability to:

Remove terminal blocks for wire connections.

Address using jumpers for expansion of zone valves and dampers.

Address using jumpers for devices to be set for valve or damper operation.

Field-selectable jumpers to change individual outputs from dry to powered connection.

Manually override modes (i.e., manual, off or auto — MOA).

Customize functionality in manual mode.

Connect (8) eight independent 10k sensors or end-switch inputs.

Provide visual indication of communication, operation status and output operation viewable through a front cover or lens.

Be powered with 24VAC through Cat5 wire and fuse-protected.
.4Network Generic Input/Output Control (GIO) shall:

Support up to:

Eight (8) connections for on/off operation of low-voltage devices (1.0A maximum each).

Connect to the Router Main Control (RTR) via one of the following options:

Cat5 (or equivalent) wire.

Home-run or daisy-chain configuration with similar controls (FAC, HRV or ZVD).

Have the ability to:

Remove terminal blocks for wire connections.

Field-selectable jumpers to change individual outputs from dry to powered connection.

Manually override modes (i.e., manual, off or auto — MOA).

Connect (8) eight independent 10k sensor or end-switch inputs.

Provide visual indication of communication, operation status and output operation viewable through a front cover or lens.

Be powered with 24VAC and be fuse-protected.

1.6peripheral Hardware Specifics


.1Boiler Relay, On/Off Module shall:

Provide:

Two (2) dry output contacts.

Independent switches for manual operation.

Visual operation status.

Connect to Primary Equipment Control via Cat5 (or equal) wire.

.2Boiler Relay, Modulating shall:

Provide:

One (1) set of terminals for 10VDC output to device.

Visual indication of operation status.

Connect to Primary Equipment Control via Cat5 (or equal) wire.
.3Pump Relay, On/Off shall:

Provide:

Connections to pumps wired in switch-type fashion (3A maximum).

Independent switch for manual-operation override.

Visual indication of operation status.

Connect to the appropriate cabinet control (PEC, SWT or ZPC) based on functionality via Cat5 (or equal) wire.

Have independent connections for control and sensors as required by the intended use.

.4Variable Speed Pump Control, Modulating 0-10VDC shall:

Provide:

One (1) set of terminals for 10VDC output to device.

Visual indication of operation status.

Connect to the appropriate cabinet control (PEC, SWT or ZPC) based on functionality via Cat5 (or equal) wire.

.5Modulating Valve Control shall:

Provide:

One (1) set of terminals for 10VDC output to device.

Independent switch for manual-operation override to set valve position manually.

Visual indication of operation status.

Connect to SWT via Cat5 (or equal) wire.

Have independent connections for control and sensors as required for secondary supply-and-return temperature sensing.

.6Snow-melt Control shall:

Provide:

Independent switch for manual operation.

Terminals for remote, semiautomatic control.

Visual indication of operation status.

Connection to Snow and Ice Sensor for use in automatic operation.

Connection to 10k slab sensor for semiautomatic operation.

Connect to Supply Water Temperature Control (SWT) via Cat5 (or equal) wire.

Be wired to a 24VAC power supply separate from control-power source.

.7Thermostats shall:

Connect to Digital Zone Control Module (DZCM) over 18/2 AWG wire.

Have the ability to:

Sense room temperature, slab temperature and humidity.

Provide manual fan (recirculation) operation.

Provide manual Heat Recovery Ventilator (HRV) operation.

Be backlit.

Select different modes of operation (i.e., heating, cooling, ventilation, auto and off).

Limit the range for available room-temperature settings.

Select and move master control for air-heating and cooling functionality to other thermostat(s) assigned to the same air zone for optimal control.

Offset the temperature reading based on vertical placement.

Display in degrees Fahrenheit (°F) or degrees Celsius (°C).

Display relative humidity (%RH).

Read air, slab and humidity data with no display or buttons.

Support separate setpoints for heating, cooling and vacation modes of operation.

Contain an optical sensor for minimizing power consumption for backlighting.

Contain a 10k thermistor to measure ambient air temperature.
.8Touch Panel Interface (TPI) shall:

Provide simple, intuitive user interface for all end-user functions.

Be powered with 24VAC and be fuse-protected.

Be connected to the network (LAN) to a switch or hub via Cat5 (or equal) wire.

Have the ability to display the internal IP address for viewing from local PCs or other devices with web browsers.

Include a tested software package.

Automatically perform device-discovery to detect thermostats and other functionality that will be controlled via the panel.

Have a dedicated 24VAC transformer.

1.7Uponor Configuration Tool (UCT)


.1The UCT software package shall include an installation CD with all the necessary installation files.

.2A personal computer must meet the following minimum requirements to operate UCT software.

Microsoft® Windows® 2000 (Service Pack 3) or Windows XP Professional, Vista, 2008 Server, Windows 7.

Intel® Pentium® or AMD Athlon™ processor, 1 GHz or higher.

Hard disk with 1 GB of free space — the larger your installation and network, the more hard-drive space will be required.

512 MB of RAM.

Video running 1024 x 768 with 16-bit color.

Ethernet card for Ethernet and BACnet IP.

CD-ROM drive, keyboard and mouse.

EXECUTION

1.8Installation:


.1Supply, install, test, and commission all system components, communication equipment, and associated equipment to ensure functionality of complete network and control system. Report all construction defects, which will affect the progress of the work to the Owner and Engineer.

.2Provide devices, components and accessory items necessary for the operation of the control system.

.3Existing systems to remain functional at all times. Shutdown of any of the existing equipment or system is only to be performed under the direction of the Owner and Engineer.

.4All replaced or extra equipment is to be delivered to the Region upon project completion.

.5Communication system and control panel modifications are to be completed, tested, and operational prior to Site Acceptance Testing and commissioning.

.6If computer is not available, one will be provided by the contractor.

1.9Field Quality Control:


.1Perform tests in accordance with Division 15.

.2Depending upon magnitude and complexity, divide control system into convenient sections; energize one section at a time and check out operation of section.

.3Upon completion of sectional testing, undertake group testing.

.4Check out complete system for operational sequencing.

.5Submit to Engineer one copy of test results.

.6Provide a written list of all passwords, keywords, serial numbers and configurations that are encountered during the installation of the operating system and application software.

.7Assign all warranties, licenses and product registration to the Client.

.8Deliver to the Owner all installation software, user manuals, accessory cables, calibration units, or any other material accompanying the installed equipment.
END OF SECTION

Climate Control Network System Specification: Materials 12/13/2018

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