1 System Guide Building Management System Overview savic-net TM G5 is Azbil Corporation's latest* building management system. The savic-net G5 system consists of a supervisory device, primary devices, and secondary devices. The supervisory device aggregates information from the primary device and provides the information required for comprehensive monitoring and control of the whole system to a Client PC. The primary device consists of the Advanced controller, which controls the facility equipment in a building, such as AHUs and plumbing equipment, and the Advanced Remote I/O modules, which expands the number of points. The secondary device controls the facility equipment such as the VAV controller. Every product features not only state-of-the-art functions but also the ability to build a proven "Japan quality" system environment that provides stability for long periods of time. To ensure support for operations by building management personnel, this system has a variety of functions that allow both general administrators and system administrators to use the system effectively and efficiently. This achieves an environment for monitoring, management and control operations that is more appropriate and beneficial than in the past. In today's world where integrated systems using open communications are mainly used, more complicated system integration management is required in addition to the simple integration of point monitoring. When a variety of devices are connected, or interlocked control or data management extends across multiple devices, savic-net G5 will subsume the functional differences among the devices to realize control and operations without restrictions. People around the world have a common desire to preserve the natural environment. With the wealth of energy-saving functions that savic-net G5 offers, this system allows users to take the lead in reducing the energy consumption of building facilities. * As of August 017. Features (1) A user interface that provides a superior user experience The user interface's functionality supports the effective use of the system. Through its user experience (UX), this system provides appropriate and beneficial facility monitoring, management, and control. Even general administrators who are not familiar with operations are guided to the screen that should be viewed next or that contains the information they need. On the other hand, system administrators are provided with an operational environment that streamlines complicated operations. () Advanced system integration management using an open communication protocol The BACnet or Modbus TM open protocol is used as a communication platform for the system. This allows you to integrate and manage devices from various manufacturers, which have different functions. Since the supervisory device, which manages the information of the whole system, subsumes differences in specifications (such as totalized operation time and high/low limit monitoring) among the devices to be connected and carries out interlocked control of devices and data calculations, it can manage the whole system, including not only the point status monitoring but also control and data storage functions, by using the common specifications. (3) Proven "Japan quality" Azbil Corporation has been a leading company in building management systems in Japan for more than 50 years. Our high-quality products, which were designed and developed in Japan, have earned the trust of our customers through their long-term operational stability and our long-term maintenance services. (4) Energy saving technology developed in Japan This system realizes energy-saving functionality based on technologies and know-how developed in Japan, one of the leading countries in energy efficiency. This promotes energy consumption reduction in buildings, contributing to conservation of the natural environment Azbil Corporation All Rights Reserved.
2 AX-313E Restrictions on Use This product was developed, designed, and manufactured for general air conditioning use. Do not use the product in a situation where human life may be at risk or for nuclear applications in radiation controlled areas. If you wish to use the product in a radiation controlled area, please contact Azbil Corporation. Particularly when the product is used in the following applications where safety is required, implementation of failsafe design, redundant design, regular maintenance, etc., should be considered in order to use the product safely and reliably. Safety devices for protecting the human body Start/stop control devices for transportation machines Aeronautical/aerospace machines For system design, application design, instructions for use, or product applications, please contact Azbil Corporation. Azbil Corporation bears no responsibility for any result, or lack of result, deriving from the customer's use of the product. System Configuration Alarm notification Client PC Internet (VPN) Router Supervisory device network Mail server* Time server Network-attached storage Supervisory device Ethernet (proprietary protocol) LAN DI 1 NC A DI 4 DO 1 DO DO 3 DO 4 DO 5 DO 6 DI DI 3 AO 1 AO AO 3 AO 4 AO 5 UI B 1 L N 3 Advanced controller 4 5 SC 6 RS DI 1 C 36 RS V 50/60Hz LAN LAN 1 DO 1 DO DO 3 DO 4 DO 5 DO 6 DO 7 DO 8 AO 6 DI 1 L DI 3 DI 4 DI 5 DI 6 DI N Third-party Modbus / TCP device DO 1 DO DO 3 DO 4 DO 5 DO 6 DO 7 DO 8 DI V 50/60Hz SC DI 1 DI 1 L DI 3 DI 4 DI 5 DI 6 DI N DI V 50/60Hz 3 3 Third-party BACnet device Advanced Remote I/O module BACnet MS/TP Modbus RTU/ASCII VAV controller Third-party ModbusTM device AHU VAV * The mail server should be prepared by the customer. Figure 1. System Configuration Example Secondary device network LAN Primary device network Ethernet (multiprotocol including BACnet/IP) (100 Mbps / 1000 Mbps)
3 Device/network Supervisory device network Supervisory device Network-attached storage Client PC Primary device network Advanced controller Advanced Remote I/O module Secondary device network VAV controller A network layer where integrated monitoring, control, and management is performed for the whole of the savic-net G5 system. A device that performs integrated monitoring, control, and management that is connected to this network, is called a "supervisory device." A device that manages the whole savic-net G5 system. It receives point data possessed by a primary device and comprehensively monitors and controls the facility equipment. In addition, the supervisory device stores and manages the received data and provides the data to a Client PC. Network-attached storage is a storage device connected to the supervisory device network. It enables the amount of data managed by the supervisory device to be expanded so that the data can be viewed for a long period in the savic-net G5 system. A device that receives data, including status, alarms, and measured values of various types of facilities, from the supervisory device and displays the data required for monitoring and operation. Also, using the Client PC the user can output various types of data to a file in order to analyze the data. The Client PC can be installed anywhere as long as it can be connected to a network, and can be monitored simultaneously by multiple administrators in various locations. A network layer for control of the building facilities managed by the savic-net G5 system. A device that is connected to this network is called a primary device. One of the primary devices, which controls equipment such as AHUs and plumbing equipment in a building using the savic-net G5 system. By using the I/O and control applications that have been built according to the instrumentation, it realizes optimal control. Advanced Remote I/O modules dedicated for the Advanced controller. By adding inputs/outputs via the Advanced Remote I/O module, the Advanced controller can flexibly respond to operation changes such as the addition of control applications or repair work. A network layer where the building facility equipment managed by the savic-net G5 system is controlled. A device that is connected to this network is called a secondary device. A VAV controller with an actuator, which controls in a sophisticated way the VAV units for AHUs in a building. It sends unique energy-saving data to the Advanced controller to which it is connected in order to dramatically improve its controllability. 3
4 AX-313E Main Devices: Hardware Specifications zz Client PC Recommended Specifications OS CPU Graphics card Memory Storage Resolution Microsoft Windows 10 Pro (64-bit version) (tested version: 1703) Performance equivalent to Intel CoreTM i5-500u or greater Performance equivalent to Intel HD 5500 or greater 8 GB or more Free space of 40 GB or more FHD ( pixels) zz Supervisory Device (Model BH-101G0W0000) Basic Specifications Number of managed points Rated voltage Power consumption CPU Main storage capacity Auxiliary storage device Communication Communication speed External dimensions Weight 5,000 points max. 100 V AC 40 V AC, 50 Hz/60 Hz 60 VA max. (40 V AC) 64-bit SDRAM GB SATA SSD 3 GB BACnet/IP 100 Mbps/1000 Mbps 30 mm (W) 140 mm (H) 80 mm (D) 1.4 kg zz Advanced Controller (Model WJ-1101W0000) Basic Specifications Number of input/ output terminals Power supply 4 digital inputs, 8 universal inputs, 6 digital outputs, and 6 analog outputs Rated voltage: 100 V AC 40 V AC, 50 Hz/60 Hz Power consumption: 30 VA max. CPU 3-bit Storage capacity SDRAM 56 MB, Flash ROM 3 MB, SRAM MB Communication BACnet/IP Communication speed: 100 Mbps/1000 Mbps Proprietary protocol (Ethernet) Communication speed: 100 Mbps BACnet MS/TP, or ModbusTM 4.8 kbps/9.6 kbps/19. kbps/38.4 kbps/ 76.8 kbps External dimensions 190 mm (W) 140 mm (H) 80 mm (D) Weight 1.1 kg 4
5 z Advanced Remote I/O Module (Model RJ-110_W1600) Basic Specifications Number of input/ 16 digital inputs (Model RJ-1101W1600) output terminals 8 digital inputs, 8 digital outputs (Model RJ-110W1600) Power supply Rated voltage: 100 V AC 40 V AC, 50 Hz/60 Hz Power consumption: 13 VA max. (Model RJ-1101W1600), 14 VA max. (Model RJ-110W1600) CPU 3-bit Storage capacity Flash ROM 51 kb, SRAM 96 kb Communication Proprietary protocol (Ethernet) Communication speed: 100 Mbps External dimensions 110 mm (W) 140 mm (H) 80 mm (D) Weight 0.65 kg z Infilex VC VAV Controller with Actuator (Model WY5706) Basic Specifications Torque 5 N m (Model WY5706C51 ), 10 N m (Model WY5706C5 ) Rotation angle 95 degrees Power supply Rated power: 4 V AC ±15 %, 50/60 Hz Power consumption: 8 VA (Model WY5706C51 ), 9.5 VA (Model WY5706C5 ) Communication BACnet MS/TP Communication speed: 9.6 kbps/19. kbps/38.4 kbps/76.8 kbps External dimensions 30 mm (W) 140 mm (H) 80 mm (D) Weight 0.5 kg (Model WY5706C51 ), 0.8 kg (Model WY5706C5 ) 5
6 AX-313E Overview of savic-net G5 User Operation Screen To support daily operations of both general administrators, who mainly monitor alarms and do not operate savic-net G5 so frequently, and system administrators, who mainly perform setting, evaluation, and analysis, screens that are useful for both parties are provided. General administrators: Screens providing guidance on basic operations to improve the quality of their operations. System administrators: Screens supporting sophisticated operations to make complicated operations more efficient. System Status Window Always displays the system status (alarm indicator, system clock, and login information, etc.). Also, the user can directly call up a list of items in alarm status or a list of unchecked alarms, or call up a home screen that was registered in advance. Alarm Notification Window The Alarm Notification window is automatically displayed when an alarm occurs. It sounds an audible alarm and displays the details of the alarm in text. The alarm sound can be stopped from the Alarm Notification window. In addition, the Alarm Notification window also allows to call up a screen for checking the alarm history. Menu Pane Displays a list of screens that are categorized by function or a list organized by the user in tree format. By selecting from the list, the relevant function screen can be displayed in the Contents Pane. Sample Display of Menu Pane: Favorites Tree Favorites Utility Pane Allows operations of the points and devices selected in the Contents Pane, and provides information about them. Sample Display of Utility Pane: When a Point Is Selected Point Details Fujisawa Techno Center, Bldg. #30, 4th ﬂ, AHU-04-01, command value of chilled water valve position Basic information, such as the device name, and the transition button to the point details screen in order to obtain detailed information. Object code:b30.4f.ahu1.cv More The current equipment status. The operation and settings of output points can be changed. Point State West tower 1st ﬂoor Tag: Force/Out of service Value: 40 % HVAC Alarm: Normal 1st ﬂoor plan Measured data Commander: Forced command Change value 100 % Apply HVAC performance Energy consumption Control settings The value is automatically changed by AHU program, and is overridden by forced command when needed. Electricity West tower B1 ﬂoor The display position can also be changed by using drag and drop. A description of this piece of equipment. (Installation date, next scheduled maintenance, actions to take when an alarm sounds, etc.) Change history in the last 4 hours. A longer period of past information can also be called up. When clicked, the value of the current time is displayed. Chart :34 0:34 04:34 1:34 016/09/8 1:34-016/09/8 1:34 Contents Pane Displays the contents to be set for each "application" such as graphics and charts. Related Pages Graphics Bldg. #30 Chiller Plant View Bldg. #30, 4th ﬂ AHU View Charts Bldg. #30, 4th ﬂ AHU state View Bldg. #30 Chilled water View 6 The pages registered for this piece of equipment displayed by application. The desired page screen can be called up by pressing the View button.
7 Overview of Functions Monitoring Graphics Function Graphic Generator (option) Point list Point details Device list Device details Alarm Notification (option) This function displays the status of each facility managed by the system in a graphical format, such as a fl oor plan, cross section, or system diagram, in the Contents Pane. It also refreshes the information on the displayed facility every time the state changes. Selecting a point on the Contents Pane displays the information about the selected point in the Utility Pane. This allows the user to switch the point on/off, change the set value, and confi rm the most recent trends and related programs. The graphic size is enlarged/reduced automatically to fi t the screen size. The state of a point is indicated on the background of a facility or fl oor with a changing dynamic symbol color or measurement value/integration value, etc. In addition, the statuses of on/off points and state points can be displayed as numerical values. If you allocate a symbol for a screen transition on the graphic, selecting the symbol allows you to move to another graphic or a desired function screen. Dynamic symbol types: String of (for) Digital Data Color of (for) Digital Data Shape of (for) Digital Data Animation String of (for) Analog Data Color of (for) Analog Data Bar of (for) Analog Data Meter of (for) Analog Data Gradation Shape of (for) Analog Data Page Jump Date and Time Users can create or edit graphics. When the use of a building (regarding partitions, room names, etc.) is changed, you can edit the screen as required. Point data (name, status, alarm, tag, type, object code, commander, priority, alarm level) are displayed in a list or tree format (when the object code has a hierarchical structure). Listed items can be fi ltered by type before display. The Point Details screen allows the user to display basic information and perform basic operations for each point. It also allows the user to change or view point attributes such as the point name, description, or alarm level, as well as perform special operations such as registration of forced commands or service tags. This screen displays information about the supervisory devices and primary devices managed by the system (device name, alarm status, object code, and IP address) as a list. It can display all the available devices or only the devices with an alarm status by default. This screen displays detailed information about each of the supervisory devices and primary devices managed by the system. The information is displayed in each of the tabs, which are named Basic, Network Information, Shipping Information, About, Time Management Information, and Service Parts Information. When an alarm is generated by the points, devices, or applications, this function notifi es you of occurrence of the alarm, its status change, and its recovery by . Even when the building manager does not operate the Client PC or he/she is out of offi ce or away for a patrol, this function enables him/her to check occurrence of an alarm. Note: The mail server should be prepared by the customer. (1/) 7
8 Function Alarm processing Analog high/low limits monitoring Elapsed active time Change of state count When the system detects an alarm, this function automatically notifies the user of the alarm in the following ways: Sounds an alarm corresponding to the alarm level Displays the details of the alarm in the Alarm Notification window Turns on the indicator in the System Status window Forcibly displays a function screen that has been specified in advance, such as Graphics Outputs an alarm Uses the logging function to log the occurrence of alarms and alarm resets The following monitored alarm items can be used: Points Alarm input Command mismatch (Failure to start or stop at the ON/OFF point or state mismatch) Analog hi/lo alarm Devices Point error Device alarm (Abnormal or No Response) This function generates an alarm if the present value of an analog point (AI, AO, AV) deviates from the high/low limits specified in advance, and returns the alarm to its normal state when the value returns to within the range. You can use this function to monitor if an environmental condition, such as chilled/ hot water temperature, is in the appropriate range or not. This function enables one of the following monitoring; high limit only, low limit only, high and low limits. Also, an additional condition using interlock point can be applied to temporarily enable/disable each monitoring. This function displays the period of time during which the monitoring target binary points (BI, BO, BV) were in the active state (normally ON) as the elapsed active time on the Point Details screen. This information is useful for estimating the degree of deterioration of the equipment and developing a maintenance plan and parts replacement timing. This function displays the number of times the monitoring target binary points (BI, BO, BV) have changed from the active state (normally ON) to the inactive state (normally OFF) as the Change of State Count on the Point Details screen. This information is useful for estimating the degree of deterioration of the equipment and developing a maintenance plan and parts replacement timing. (/) 8
9 z Management Function User management Logs Value/state change recording Data aggregation Charts Daily/weekly/monthly/yearly reports Use of external storage (option) User management contains the following functions: User registration and deletion Login ID and password settings Limitation of the points and functions that can be viewed or operated by each user (user scope and access level settings) User-specific settings (e.g., language settings) Automatic logout after a certain time has passed with no operation having been executed This function accumulates and manages operation information on alarms, changes of state, on/off, and changes of setpoints, as log records. It offers a search function, which allows you to specify desired conditions to narrow down to necessary information for display, and can automatically output the data being displayed in a CSV/XLSX format. A comment can be appended to each item of data. This function accumulates the following information of the target point in the supervisory device and displays it as the latest history in the Utility Pane. Time and other data when there is a change from the previous value during a periodic scan COV (time and other data received by the supervisory device) Event (Time of occurrence and other data) The accumulated information is displayed and used for charts, the data aggregation function, etc. This function aggregates and stores the on-the-hour value, increment value, maximum value, minimum value, and average value from the data collected by the value/state change-recording function for each hour, day, and month. The stored data can be displayed by using the daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly reports, charts, and graphics functions. In addition, by registering an interlock point and specifying a desired status, only the time period during which the device is in the specified status can be included in the calculation. Charts display data on items such as electric power, temperature, or time series data on the operation status (ON/OFF) that has been accumulated by the value/state change-recording or data aggregation functions in the form of a time-series graph (diagonal/rectangular) or bar chart (bar graph/stacked graph) as described below. Deselecting the checkbox in the Legends allows users to easily hide specific data. The collected data for graphs that has been accumulated by the value/state change-recording function can be output to a file in CSV format. The data aggregation function generates tabular report files from data which is accumulated and totaled. The function then accumulates such files over a certain period of time. It also allows you to automatically or manually output the following data that has been totaled by the data aggregation function into a file in XLSX or CSV format. Daily reports (hourly data, daily aggregated data) Weekly reports (daily data, weekly aggregated data) Monthly reports (daily data, monthly aggregated data) Yearly reports (monthly data, yearly aggregated data) This function stores the following system data in network-attached storages. Historical data from the supervisory device Data output from Client PCs Engineering data 9
10 Control Calendar Schedule Function Conditional operation Numerical operation (option) Alarm output Fire control (option) Duty cycle control (option) Power failure recovery control Optimum start/stop of HVAC (option) This function is used in combination with the schedule function. It registers control patterns that are not part of the pattern for each day of week, such as holidays and long-term vacations, into the patterns of events schedule. This function automatically starts/stops devices or changes settings (presetting daily settings, changing settings as the season transforms, etc.) according to the preset schedule. It generates an execution schedule for a week from today based on the weekly master schedule for which the regular schedules for each day of week are set, and deploys it to the primary device connected to the supervisory device. In combination with the calender function, it can generate an execution schedule based on the patterns of events master schedule for which specifi c days such as holidays, special week days, and summer holidays are set, and deploy it to the primary device connected to the supervisory device. If the primary device does not have the schedule function, the supervisory device can execute the control. You can create a program that, when a specifi c condition is satisfi ed, initiates device interlocking, combines operations, orders input, or makes automatic settings changes. This allows you to reduce the workloads for operation management at each facility and take emergency action in a unifi ed way. Example: Interlocking of the facility equipment such as AHUs and lighting, preventing facility equipment starting up simultaneously, and automatic change of room temperature settings when a specifi c condition is satisfi ed You can carry out a numeric operation using various values managed by the system and output the result to a point. Data useful for management such as the total and average values can be generated from the values of multiple measuring devices. When an alarm (any alarm Level) occurs in any user scope (group of points or devices) in the system, the BO and BV points are turned ON. For example, it is possible to turn on the alarm light when an alarm occurs in one of the AHUs. When the input point, which monitors occurrence and recovery of fire, detects fire alarm, the system notifies occurrence of fire by lighting the fire indicator in addition to sounding the buzzer, displaying the alarm notification message, and logging the event. Also, it is possible to output the default value to the multiple output points when fire occurs. For example, when fire occurs, can stop the AHUs or forcibly unlock the electric locks. In order to reduce the energy consumption of the AHUs and chillers, executes the duty cycle control for the operating equipment such as AHU. Furthermore, depending on the specified room temperature or CO concentration, it is possible to forcibly restart the equipment that was stopped by the duty cycle operation. When it is detected that a commercial power source is cut off and the supervisory device is backed up by the UPS unit, a power failure alarm sounds and a notifi cation is displayed in the Alarm Notifi cation window. When recovery of the commercial power source is detected, a power recovery program starts. At this time, output in accordance with the status before the power failure and the output instruction that was suspended during the failure are sent to the ON/OFF points to let the system automatically transit to the state that it should be in at recovery. The optimum start/stop function treats the schedules set for the air conditioning equipment as occupancy hours and learns operation characteristics at start and stop times. It then starts the equipment earlier than the scheduled time so that the room temperature reaches the set range when room occupation begins. It eliminates wasteful energy use by stopping the equipment earlier than the scheduled time while maintaining the programmed room temperature until the occupancy period ends. 10
11 DDC program VAV control Function A DDC program is a control program that operates on a supervisory device. Premade DDC program blocks can be combined freely to defi ne the desired control logic. The following various types of information can be handled as input/output. The PV values, commands, and other properties of I/O objects Properties of the objects in the relevant Model WJ-1 Example: Device information, secondary devices, cooling and heating modes, power restoration information, time, calendar, etc. Settings of other networked devices When a VAV controller is installed on the VAV unit, VAV air fl ow control becomes available. In addition, by connecting a room temperature sensor, air fl ow can be controlled so that the room temperature is kept at a set value. By controlling the VAV in the Open direction to minimize the static pressure, this function minimizes the operating power of the air conditioning fans. It also changes the supplied air temperature to the optimal value automatically to realize both comfort and energy effi ciency. Model Numbers Supervisory Device (Model BH-1) Product name (application name) savic-net TM G5 supervisory device savic-net TM G5 supervisory device: Package software model 500 savic-net TM G5 supervisory device: Package software model 1000 savic-net TM G5 supervisory device: Package software model 000 savic-net TM G5 supervisory device: Package software model 5000 savic-net TM G5 supervisory device: Use of external storage savic-net TM G5 supervisory device: Full-screen mode savic-net TM G5 supervisory device: Point management savic-net TM G5 supervisory device: Alarm Notification savic-net TM G5 supervisory device: BACnet communication between BH-1 and primary devices savic-net TM G5 supervisory device: Modbus communication between BH-1 and primary devices savic-net TM G5 supervisory device: Analog high/low limits monitoring savic-net TM G5 supervisory device: Elapsed active time monitoring savic-net TM G5 supervisory device: Change of state count monitoring savic-net TM G5 supervisory device: Graphic savic-net TM G5 supervisory device: Graphic generator savic-net TM G5 supervisory device: Data aggregation savic-net TM G5 supervisory device: Charts savic-net TM G5 supervisory device: Daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly reports savic-net TM G5 supervisory device: Alarm output savic-net TM G5 supervisory device: Conditional operation savic-net TM G5 supervisory device: Numerical operation savic-net TM G5 supervisory device: Calender savic-net TM G5 supervisory device: Schedule savic-net TM G5 supervisory device: Duty cycle control savic-net TM G5 supervisory device: Optimum start/stop of HVAC savic-net TM G5 supervisory device: Fire control Model number BH-101G0W0000 BS-10B050001G BS-10B100001G BS-10B00001G BS-10B500001G BS-10AD00031G BS-10AD00301G BS-10AD10001G BS-10AD11111G BS-10AD1001G BS-10AD13001G BS-10AD0101G BS-10AD0701G BS-10AD0801G BS-10AD30101G BS-10AD30111G BS-10AD40101G BS-10AD40401G BS-10AD40601G BS-10AD50101G BS-10AD5001G BS-10AD50301G BS-10AD50501G BS-10AD50601G BS-10AD51001G BS-10AD51101G BS-10AD51601G 11
12 Advanced Controller (Model WJ-1) and Advanced Remote I/O module (Model RJ-1) Product name Model number Advanced controller WJ-1101W0000 Advanced Remote I/O module: 16 digital inputs RJ-1101W1600 Advanced Remote I/O module: 8 digital inputs 8 digital outputs RJ-110W1600 Infi lex VC VAV Controller with Actuator (Model WY5706) Product name Model number Infi lex VC VAV: 4 V AC power, 5 N m, Int. air fl ow sensor, No digital output, Pt100 WY5706C5110 Infi lex VC VAV: 4 V AC power, 5 N m, Int. air fl ow sensor, No digital output, Pt1000 WY5706C511K Infi lex VC VAV: 4 V AC power, 5 N m, Int. air fl ow sensor, 3 digital outputs, Pt100 WY5706C5130 Infi lex VC VAV: 4 V AC power, 5 N m, Int. air fl ow sensor, 3 digital outputs, Pt1000 WY5706C513K Infi lex VC VAV: 4 V AC power, 10 N m, Int. air fl ow sensor, No digital output, Pt100 WY5706C510 Infi lex VC VAV: 4 V AC power, 10 N m, Int. air fl ow sensor, No digital output, Pt1000 WY5706C51K Infi lex VC VAV: 4 V AC power, 10 N m, Int. air fl ow sensor, 3 digital outputs, Pt100 WY5706C530 Infi lex VC VAV: 4 V AC power, 10 N m, Int. air fl ow sensor, 3 digital outputs, Pt1000 WY5706C53K * Infi lex and savic-net are trademarks of Azbil Corporation. * BACnet is a registered trademark of ASHRAE. * Modbus is a trademark and the property of Schneider Electric SE, its subsidiaries and affi liated companies. Building Systems Company 1-1- Kawana, Fujisawa, Kanagawa JAPAN Specifications are subject to change without notice. 1 AX-313E Rev..0 Nov. 017 (J: AX-313 Rev..0)
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