2 Pipe Proportional Valve v51 - Johnson Controls - Metasys - LIT-12011147 - Software Application - Controller Configuration Tool - 15.0

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Important: As of Release 5.1, the 2 Pipe Proportional Valve v51 module replaces the 2 Pipe Proportional Valve v50 module.

This module controls a single proportional source that dynamically switches from a heating (winter) to a cooling (summer) mode. This module is designed to provide this control within a zone control application.

The module accepts as inputs a cooling mode, heating mode, process variable, heating and cooling setpoints, SummerWinter setting, limited max value, flush position, and configuration information. Based upon the input commands, other inputs, and the parameter settings, the module outputs a percent command (the proportional signal) along with the calculated cooling and heating percentages and statuses for feedback purposes. This module also incorporates tracking the overridden value of the actual output object (AO, PAO). The module resets the PIDs to default tuning parameters if the Reset PID Tuning input is not Normal.

This module provides a second output that incorporates lead compensation to control devices. This function attempts to remove some of the dynamics of the control loop. This process results in forward-looking predictions and speeds up controller responses. The effect is similar to adding derivative action to the controller. Lead compensation is incorporated into most zone temperature control processes where oversized or nonlinear valves might be applied. For more information on the Lead Compensator block, see Lead Compensator in the Control category of the Logic section.

This module provides EWMA diagnostic values calculated by the PID. Controllers have the ability to collect data about their inputs, outputs, and internally calculated variables. Inside the controller, the EWMA minimizes memory requirements, reduces communication traffic, and provides an easy way to analyze collected data. See EWMA Diagnostics in the Commissioning a System section for more information.

You can view and modify the modules in this group’s logic.