Temperature balance configuration - Johnson Controls - LIT-12014081 - RA-1270 - Airflow Measuring Station - AFMS

RA-1270 Advanced Thermal Dispersion Fan Inlet Airflow and Temperature Measuring System Technical Bulletin

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The temperature balance configuration sub-menu applies a temperature offset to the displayed and reported temperature for the fan summary and each fan.

Table 1. Temperature balance configuration
Temperature balance configuration sub-menu selections Configuration options
Temperature Balance Enable Enables entry of the temperature balance offset
Temperature Balance Offset Sets the offset for the selected fan from -5.4°F to 5.4°F.
Note: Press ESC at any time to return to the previous menu and exit without changing any settings.

To configure the temperature balance, complete the following steps:

  1. While in the Operator Menu, use UP or DOWN to scroll to Output Cal Menu > Temp Bal Config.
  2. Select Temp Bal Config and press ENTER to enter the Temperature Balance Configuration menu. The display shows Select Fan # > Fan Summary.
  3. Use UP or DOWN to select the fan or summary to edit its temperature balance configuration and press ENTER to confirm the selection. The display shows Temp Bal Enable > Temp Bal Offset.
  4. Select Temp Bal Enable and press ENTER. Display shows Temp Bal On/Off.
  5. Use UP or DOWN to enable temperature balance to On or Off. Press ENTER to confirm the selection. Scroll to display Temp Balance Enable > Temp Bal Offset.
  6. Select Temp Bal Offset and press ENTER. The display shows the values for Offset: and Current:. See the following figure.
    Figure 1. Offset and current
  7. Scroll UP or DOWN to change the currently selected value. Use single digit entry, from left to right. The temperature displayed on the left side of line 2 is the offset and the temperature displayed on the right side of line 2 is a live view of the current temperature with the last confirmed offset. When the last digit is adjusted, press ENTER to confirm the new offset.
  8. Press UP or DOWN to scroll to Exit this Menu and press ENTER to exit to the Operator Menu. Alternatively, press ESC to return to the Operator Menu.