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| Overview

The HyperStat is part of 75F's vertically-integrated suite of intelligent building solutions, delivering multi-mode sensing, remote monitoring and individual zone control for comfort and productivity of building occupants, for more information on refer to HyperStat Installation & Hyperstat UI

The HyperStat hardware is capable to work as a dependent device configured with a 75F's CCU configured for various system level profiles, or with any external Modbus or BACnet devices as a Modbus or BACnet slave, and it can also work as an independent or standalone device which can work as per profiles that can be configured in the Hyperstat itself.

This software side support on the Hyperstat device provides enhanced control of standalone equipment that is controlled and monitored by the 75F solution for both modulating and and multi-staged equipment.

The feature is introduced to address the HVAC needs of the customer who would like to user the 75F's Hyperstat alone for automating the HVAC operation based on certain profiles.

The profile supported for the standalone operation are.

  • CPU (Conventional Package Unit) 
  • HPU (Heat Pump Unit)
  • 2Pipe FCU (Fan Coil Unit)
  • 4Pipe FCU (Fan Coil Unit)

| CPU Configuration

From the Hyperstat home UI screen,

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  • Press the + and -  buttons together navigate to the other screen of the Hyperstat.

The inputs UI screen is displayed.

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From the inputs UI screen.

  • Press the next button thrice to reach the HVAC profile screen.

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  • Press the down arrow mceclip1.png button to navigate to the select profile option in the screen.

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  • Press the select button to access the desired profile.

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  • Press the down arrow mceclip2.png button to select the CPU profile from the list available.

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  • Press the back button to confirm the selection of the CPU profile and return to the HVAC profile screen.

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  • Press the down arrow button once to navigate to the Configure profile option.

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  • Press select to access the Configure profile option which opens the configuration options available for the CPU profile. It should be noted that all the selections viewed are set to default CPU relay and analog out mapping.

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  • Press the down arrow to navigate to the configuration parameter under the CPU profile

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  • Press the select button to access the parameters options available under the different configurable relays, analogs and other available options.

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  • Press the down and up arrow to locate the required parameter to set for the relays, analogs and other available options.

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  • Press the deselect button to confirm the selection.

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  • Repeat the above step to navigate, access and select different parameter options for all the available relays, analogs and others, till the desired configuration settings are met.
  • Refer to the Configuration Parameter table below for the parameter options available under different relays, analogs and others and their purpose to help in the configuration.

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| Configuration Parameters

Parameter

Purpose

Default Value

Values in the drop-down list

Temperature Offset

To set the offset temperature

0 (°F)

Range from -10 to + 10 in .1 increments  

Enable Auto Force Occupied

To enable Auto force occupied

Disabled

 

NA

Enable Auto Away

To enable auto away

 

Disabled

 

NA

Relay 1

To enable staged conditioning

Cooling Stage 1 

Cooling Stage1

Cooling Stage2

Cooling Stage3

Heating Stage1

Heating Stage2

Heating Stage3

Fan low speed

Fan medium speed

Fan highspeed

Fan Enable

Occupied Enable

Humidifier

Dehumidifier

Relay 2

 

To enable staged conditioning

Cooling Stage 2  

Cooling Stage1

Cooling Stage2

Cooling Stage3

Heating Stage1

Heating Stage2

Heating Stage3

Fan low speed

Fan medium speed

Fan highspeed

Fan Enable

Occupied Enable

Humidifier

Dehumidifier

Relay 3

To enable staged conditioning

Fan low speed

Cooling Stage1

Cooling Stage2

Cooling Stage3

Heating Stage1

Heating Stage2

Heating Stage3

Fan low speed

Fan medium speed

Fan highspeed

Fan Enable

Occupied Enable

Humidifier

Dehumidifier

Relay 4

To enable staged conditioning

Heating Stage 1

Cooling Stage1

Cooling Stage2

Cooling Stage3

Heating Stage1

Heating Stage2

Heating Stage3

Fan low speed

Fan medium speed

Fan highspeed

Fan Enable

Occupied Enable

Humidifier

Dehumidifier

Relay 5

To enable staged conditioning

Heating Stage 2

Cooling Stage1

Cooling Stage2

Cooling Stage3

Heating Stage1

Heating Stage2

Heating Stage3

Fan low Speed

Fan medium Speed

Fan highspeed

Fan Enable

Occupied Enable

Humidifier

Dehumidifier

Relay 6

To enable staged conditioning 

Fan High Speed 

Cooling Stage1

Cooling Stage2

Cooling Stage3

Heating Stage1

Heating Stage2

Heating Stage3

Fan low speed

Fan medium speed

Fan highspeed

Fan Enable

Occupied Enable

Humidifier

Dehumidifier

Analog out 1

To enable modulating heating or cooling conditioning and fan speed

Cooling

Cooling

Fan Speed

Heating

DCV Damper

Analog out 2

To enable modulating heating or cooling conditioning and fan speed

Fan speed

Cooling

Fan Speed

Heating

DCV Damper

Analog out 3

To enable modulating heating or cooling conditioning and fan speed

Heating

Cooling

Fan Speed

Heating

DCV Damper

Thermistor 1

To enable Airflow temperature sensor

Disabled

NA

Thermistor 2

To enable door and window sensor1

Disabled

NA

Analog in 1

To enable additional sensor inputs

Key Card Sensor 

Current TX (0-10Amps)

Current TX (0-20Amps)

Current TX (0-50Amps)

Key Card Sensor

Door/Window Sensor 2)

Analog in 2

To enable additional sensor inputs

Current TX (0-20Amps) 

Sensor 

Current TX (0-10Amps)

Current TX (0-20Amps)

Current TX (0-50Amps)

Key Card Sensor

Door/Window Sensor 2)

Analog-out1AtMinCooling

To set the analog out values for modulating conditioning controls

2V

Range from 0V to 10V in 2V increments  

Analog-out1AtMaxCooling

To set the analog out values for modulating conditioning controls

10V

Range from 10V to 0V in 2V increments 

 

Analog-out2AtMinFan

To set the analog out values for modulating conditioning controls

2V

Range from 0V to 10V in 2V increments  

Analog-out2AtMaxFan

To set the analog out values for modulating conditioning controls

10V

Range from 10V to 0V in 2V increments 

Analog-out3AtMinHeating 

To set the analog out values for modulating conditioning controls

2V

Range from 0V to 10V in 2V increments  

Analog-out3AtMaxHeating

To set the analog out values for modulating conditioning controls

10V

Range from 10V to 0V in 2V increments 

Analog Out 2 at Fan low

To set the damper positions at staged fan speeds

30%

Range from 0% to 100% in 10% increments 

Analog Out 2 at Fan medium

To set the damper positions at staged fan speeds

60%

Range from 0% to 100% in 10% increments 

Analog Out 2 at Fan high

To set the damper positions at staged fan speeds

100%

Range from 0% to 100% in 10% increments 

 

 

 

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