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| Overview

The HyperStat, conceived as a successor to the original SmartStat, has evolved with 8 onboard sensors, providing the advanced capability of the thermostat, humidistat, and IAQ sensing station with both modulating and staged equipment control. HyperStat provides monitoring and control of a wide variety of HVAC standalone equipment through its various relay stages or modulating analog outputs.

The HyperStat is a Wall mount product, and the design is done thoughtfully to make sure that the product blends into most of the commercial spaces while still giving a fresh and contemporary feel compared to dated Building control interfaces.

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HyperStat has two product variants based on specific use cases. They are:

  • HyperStat P1P2 variant is an exclusive offering that focuses on applications involving a Daikin VRV/VRF unit, the device can replace the conventional Remote for this equipment while offering more features.
  • HyperStat Regular Variant aims at addressing all other HVAC systems

| Features

  • Control of up to 5 stages of heating/cooling or fan or modulating capacity equipment  
  • Built-in sequences for occupancy detection 
  • Over-the-air firmware updates
  • Mounting on existing gang boxes in a horizontal or vertical orientation
  • It has inbuilt sensors to monitor temperature, relative humidity, Ambient light, Occupancy, CO2, and PM2.5(optional).
  • The occupancy detection angle is 4m with a 110-degree angle.
  • Has 6 Relays for HVAC control and 3 Analog outputs for actuator control/dimming
  • The HyperStat can power from a 24V AC/ DC supply. The P1P2 variant can power from a Daikin In Door Unit (IDU) through the same lines used for communication eliminating the need for a separate power wire run.
  • Typically consumes less than 2W of power (2.5W max consumption)

| Precautions

Below are a few precautions considered while installing a HyperStat

  • Do not install under direct sunlight
  • Do not install on an exterior wall
  • Do not install near any heat-producing equipment
  • Do not install where the vents on the HyperStat may be blocked by a barrier.
  • Always seal any open cavities behind the HyperStat with insulation or foam.
  • Always disconnect the device from the power source before installing
  • Never connect or disconnect the wiring with power on
  • Install by all state and local codes

| Mounting a HyperStat


Some of the sensors on the HyperStat are location-dependent. If you plan to use occupancy, make sure that the HyperStat faces the room. If you plan to use Dynamic Light Balancing, make sure the device is not exposed to direct sunlight or is facing a very dark corner of the room.

| Mounting Instructions

  • Mount the HyperStat back (Subbase).
  • Level the HyperStat in the desired mounting location.
  • Mark the holes on each side.
  • Drill a 5/16” hole.
  • Insert the provided anchors.
  • Screw the sub base into place using the provided #6-32 1” screws.

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1. HyperStat Interface - Conventional

5. Rubber cover 2 

2. HyperStat Main 

6. Gang Box 

3. Allen head screws  

7. PHP screws 

4. Rubber cover 1  

8. Backplate 

 

| Wiring Pin Details

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The HyperStat is provided with several pins for wiring the HVAC inputs and control outputs below are the details of the same.

At Position 1:

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Pin Details Purpose/Usage (Varies with the profile Configured for)
RC Hosts the power wire connection for the 24V power supply costs
C Hosts the ground wire connection for the 24V power supply
Y1 hosts the wire connection for relay-controlled output for the Cooling/Heating/Fan speed/Water Valve stagesor relay-controlled output for Enabling Fan control or Occupancy control, or relay-controlled output for Humidification or Dehumidification.
Y2 Hosts the wire connection for relay-controlled output for the Cooling/Heating/Fan speed/Water Valve stagesor relay-controlled output for Enabling Fan control or Occupancy control, or relay-controlled output for Humidification or Dehumidification.
G Hosts the wire connection for relay-controlled output for the Cooling/Heating/Fan speed/Water Valve stagesor relay-controlled output for Enabling Fan control or Occupancy control, or relay-controlled output for Humidification or Dehumidification.
W1 Hosts the wire connection for relay-controlled output for the Cooling/Heating/Fan speed/Water Valve stagesor relay-controlled output for Enabling Fan control or Occupancy control, or relay-controlled output for Humidification or Dehumidification.
W2 Hosts the wire connection for relay-controlled output for the Cooling/Heating/Fan speed/Water Valve stagesor relay-controlled output for Enabling Fan control or Occupancy control, or relay-controlled output for Humidification or Dehumidification.
O/B Hosts the wire connection for relay-controlled output for the Cooling/Heating/Fan speed/Water Valve stagesor relay-controlled output for Enabling Fan control or Occupancy control, or relay-controlled output for Humidification or Dehumidification.
AO3 Hosts the power wire connectioanalog-based based controlled output for Cooling/Heating/Fan Speed / DCV (Demand Controlled Ventilation) Damper/Water Valve.
GND Hosts the ground wire connectioanalog-based based controlled output for Cooling/Heating/Fan Speed / DCV (Demand Controlled Ventilation) Damper/Water Valve.

 

At Position 2:

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Pin Details Purpose/Usage
TH1 Hosts the power wire, for the resistance-based parameters sensing like the Airflow Temperature Sensor, where sensing of the parameter happens by a foreseeable and precise variation in resistance.
TH2 Hosts the power wire, for the resistance-based parameters sensing like the Door/Window Sensor, where sensing of the parameter happens by a foreseeable and precise variation in resistance.

 

Airflow Temperature Sensing

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The Airflow Temperature Sensor, which is inserted into the airflow,w duc,t as shown above, is wired to the thermistor pins of the HyperStat. Based on the Airflow a foreseeable and precise variation in resistance is resulted, and the resultant resistance is communicated to the HyperStat in Ohms. The HyperStat looks up a preconfigured table for a corresponding temperature value and uses the same to alter the control sequences.

Door & Window Sensing

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A Door/Window Sensor as shown in the above image is wired to the thermistor pins of the HyperStat. Based on opening of the door a, fixed resistance is induced, which is a predefined possibility in the HyperStat. The resistance generated is communicated to the HyperStat in Ohms. The HyperStat looks up for a preconfigured action set up for a door opening turns off the conditioning, as an energy saving technique. And once the door is closed again the conditioning restarts.

 

Pin Details Purpose/Usage
AI1 Hosts the power wire connection for analog-controlled input for Keycard Sensor/another Door/Window Sensor/ Currents TX (0-10Amps/0-20Amps/0-50 Amps)
AI2 Hosts the power wire connection for analog-controlled input for Keycard Sensor/another Door/Window Sensor/ Currents TX (0-10Amps/0-20Amps/0-50 Amps)

 

Keycard Sensing

The Analog input can be configured for various type of sensing, of which the Key Card Sensing one of most attractive introductions.

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A Keycard Sensor as shown in the above image is wired to the Analog In pin of the HyperStat. Based on the insertion of the keycard, a fixed resistance is induced is converted into a predefined voltage value is and the same is displayed in the HyperStat. The HyperStat uses the resultant voltage values to trigger the occupancy-based energy sequences. This is an effective practice to detect the occupancy in the room when the HyperStat's occupancy sensor values cannot be considered for the sequences.

Current Sensing

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The Analog Input in the HyperStat can also be configured for current sensing. A Current Transformer as shown above is wired to the Analog In pin of the HyperStat. It works on the principle of the Faraday's law (where a current carrying conductor induces a magnetic field around it), based on the number of turns of the magnetic fields a voltage is generated and communicated to the Analog in of the HyperStat. The HyperStat looks up in the predefined table for the actual Voltage which is generated based on the scaled voltage. This is further used to calculate the current consumption for the circuit.

 

Pin Details Purpose/Usage
AO1 Hosts the power wire connection for analog based controlled output for Cooling/Heating/Fan Speed / DCV (Demand Controlled Ventilation) Damper/Water Valve.
A02 Hosts the power wire connection for analog based controlled output for Cooling/Heating/Fan Speed / DCV (Demand Controlled Ventilation) Damper/Water Valve.

 

Pin Details Purpose/Usage
Grounds Hosts the ground wires for the Thermistors, Analog Ins and Analog Outs connections

 

At Position 3:

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At this position, the HyperStat is provided with a RS 485 socket which supports a 4-wire protocol connector. This hosts the wiring for HyperStat in Modbus or any other connected BMS modes.

The 75F supports with a wiring harness to meet the demands of various BMS systems that would use the HyperStat.

4 Pin to 6 Wire Screw Connector

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This uses a 4 pin Molex connector at one end which can be connected to the RS485 port in the HyperStat, and a 6 wire, screw connector at the other end. You can simply twist the wires in any of the connected BMS and insert them into the screw slots provided for connection. 

At Position 4:

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At this position, the HyperStat is provided with low power sensor bus socket which supports sensor bus  connections. This hosts the wiring for additional sensor requirements and external sensors that are part of a third-party BMS system.

The 75F supports a wiring harness to meet the connection of the additional sensors for the.

3 Pin to 3 Pin Cable

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This uses a 3 pin Molex connector at both ends and can be used with sensors.

| Pairing a HyperStat

A HyperStat is paired to a CCU, to a zone that has been preconfigured or create and configure a zone through Setup > Floor Plan on the CCU in the navigation panel.

Procedure:

Once power is supplied to the system the HyperStat displays the default room:

  • Press the button number 2 & 3 together for 5 seconds to navigate to other screens

The Inputs screen is displayed with available input options.

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  • Press the next button to reach the installer options screen

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  • Press the down arrow button to highlight the Pair with CCU option.
  • Press the select button to select the option.

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The Advertising screen is displayed.
Note: Sometimes at this step, the MAC is not displayed. In this case, power cycle the stat and try again. 

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  • Disconnect the tablet from the CM and carry it with (Pairing will be performed using Bluetooth).
  • Select the zone on the tablet you wish to pair.
  • Press “Pair Module” to start the pairing process.

Note: If no zones are displayed you will need to add all floors and rooms before pairing

The Select device type screen is displayed.

  • Select the HS HyperStat option.
  • Select the desired type of HyperStat profile.

  • Select the Terminal Profile which the HyperStat will be controlling
  • Follow the pairing steps on the HyperStat

  • Select the device from the device broadcasting screen, as below, or select connect manually to manually pair the device. For steps manually pairing refer to Alternate/Manual Pairing for HyperStat

 

  • Enter the PIN displayed on the HyperStat in CCU screen requesting PIN

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  • Click Pair to confirm pairing.

The pairing success message is displayed in the HyperStat.

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Note: The pairing process will take a few more seconds and then completes displaying “Success!” on the screen.  After a few seconds, the new zone name is displayed in the screen. The tablet will not display any zone data until it is reconnected to the CM where it will communicate over a 900 MHz channel.

| Configuration

Once the HyperStat pairs successfully the CCU will display the HyperStat room parameters.

  • Select the equipment and external sensors that the HyperStat controls as below.
  • Press Set

 

| Troubleshooting - Pairing

Pairing Bluetooth devices comes with its own set of nuances that can cause the device to not pair successfully. But don't worry, this isn't uncommon and is almost always an easy hurdle with a couple simple steps. 

If you're having trouble pairing your device with your CCU and are getting to a place where the device is displaying a MAC address or PIN but it is not being displayed on the CCU, try the steps below one at a time.

  1. Tap away from the pairing screens on the CCU and retry the pairing. 
  2. Toggle the Bluetooth adapter Off and back On. Swipe down from the upper right and press the Bluetooth icon and wait for it to turn gray. Then tap it again and wait for it to turn white. 
  3. Power cycle, or press the reset button on the device itself. 
  4. Reboot your CCU. 

| Regular Update to CCU 

A HyperStat alone can serve a room by itself, or it can be used alongside more than a few OWI sensors to serve a room.

In scenarios where the HyperStat is used alongside more than a few OWI sensors, the regular update that is sent to CCU would differ based on what is enabled/disabled on onboard HyperStat.

The table below provides the regular update details when the HyperStat is used alongside the above-shown sensors in the Sensor bus.

HS - Onboard T&H Enabled, CO2 & Occ Enabled  HS - Onboard T&H Enabled, CO2 & Occ Disabled

HS - Onboard T&H Disabled, CO2 & Occ Disabled

Temperature- Averaged
Humidity- Averaged
Occupancy- (When detected from any of the sensors)
CO2- Averaged

Pressure- OWI

Light- Onboard

Sound- Onboard

PM2.5/10- Onboard

UVI- Onboarb

Temperature- Averaged
Humidity- Averaged
Occupancy- OWI (When detected from any of the sensors)
CO2- OWI

Pressure- OWI

Light- Onboard

Sound- Onboard

PM2.5/10- Onboard

UVI- Onboarb

Temperature- OWI
Humidity- OWI
Occupancy- OWI (When detected from any of the sensors)
CO2- OWI

Pressure- OWI

Light- Onboard

Sound- Onboard

PM2.5/10- Onboard

UVI- Onboarb

 

 

 

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