Attributes (Summer Winter Compensation) - Johnson Controls - Metasys - LIT-12011147 - Software Application - Controller Configuration Tool - 16.0

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Brand
Johnson Controls
Metasys
Product name
Controller Configuration Tool
Document type
User Guide
Document number
LIT-12011147
Version
16.0
Revision date
2023-10-02
Language
English

Table 1 describes the attributes used by the Summer Winter Compensation modules.

Table 1. Summer Winter Compensation Attributes

Name

Type 1

Description

Default Value

EFF-CLGSHIFT (Effective Cooling Shift)

V

Contains the effective cooling shifting value for the cooling setpoints.

Display Units: °C, °F

EFF-HTGSHIFT (Effective Heating Shift)

V

Contains the effective heating shifting value for the heating setpoints.

Display Units: °C, °F

Outdoor Air Temp

 

Current Outdoor Air Temperature.

18 °C, 65 °F

SUM-CHANGELIMIT (Summer Change Limit)

 

Value of the difference between the calculated cooling compensation and the value of the Summer Change Limit attribute. (The calculated cooling compensation may only be positive.)

5 °C, 9 °F

SUM-GAIN (Summer Gain)

 

Contains the gain of the compensation, expressed in degrees of shift per degree deviation from the Summer Setpoint.

0.2

SUM-SP (Summer Setpoint)

 

Contains the point at which this object begins calculating a cooling shift. The Outdoor Air Temperature must be greater than the Summer Setpoint before a cooling shift is calculated.

24 °C, 75 °F

WIN-CHANGELIMIT (Winter Change Limit)

 

Absolute value of the difference between the calculated heating compensation and the value of the Winter Change Limit attribute. (The calculated heating compensation may be positive or negative.)

3 °C, 5.4 °F

WIN-GAIN (Winter Gain)

 

Contains the gain of the compensation, expressed in degrees of shift per degree deviation from the Winter Setpoint.

-0.1

WIN-SP (Winter Setpoint)

 

Contains the point at which this object begins calculating a heating shift. The Outdoor Air Temperature must be less than the Winter Setpoint before a heating shift is calculated.

10 °C, 50 °F

1 C - Configuration Mode Only, G - Default Element (Generated State, If applicable), SC - Simulation and Commissioning Modes Only, V - Calculated Value (Outputs)