Room Sensor comparisons - Metasys - LIT-12012005 - Field Device - N2 Controller - 13.0

Modernization Guide for N2 Controllers - Metasys

Brand
Metasys
Product name
N2 Controller
Document type
User Guide
Document number
LIT-12012005
Version
13.0
Revision date
2023-10-16
Language
English
Table 1. Room Sensor comparisons

Attribute

VMA14xx

VMA1832 and CVM03050

Implication

Network Sensors Supported

TMZ Series Zone Sensors

NS Series Network Sensors

Replace TMZ with NS sensor.

Wireless Sensors Supported

TE-77 or TE-78 Wireless Room Sensor Transmitter/Receiver

WRZ7860 One-to-One Wireless Sensing System

Replace both TE-77 wireless receiver and TE-77 temperature transmitter with WRZ-7860 series One-to-One Wireless Receiver and WRZ series wireless sensor, respectively

WRS-TTxx series wireless sensor with a TE-78 wireless receiver

WRZ7860 One-to-One Wireless Sensing System

Replace both TE-78 wireless receiver and WRS-TTxx wireless sensor with WRZ-7860 series One-to-One Wireless Receiver and WRZ series wireless sensor

Analog Sensors Supported

TE-67 and TE-68 Series and AS-CBLTSTST adapter

TE-67 and TE-68 Series and AS-CBLMVA-2 adapter

Reusing sensors is possible.

Note: Some room sensors (TE-6100-11 and -12, TE-67xx, and TE-68xx) featured modular (phone) jack connections and require adaptation for use with the N2-capable equipment controllers.

If you reuse a TE-67xx or TE-68xx Series sensor, be aware that the single setpoint or no setpoint models feature an LED, but the VMA1832 and CVM controllers do not support the LED. As a result, you need to change the sensor's DIP switch settings as follows:

  • If Temporary Occupied function is required for the application, set the DIP switch positions on the back of the sensor to down, up, and down (LED disabled, but Sensor and Push Button enabled).
  • If Temporary Occupied function is not required, set the DIP switch positions to down, down, and down.
    Figure 1. TE-67xx and TE-68xx Sensor DIP Switch Setting

Dual setpoint sensor models do not feature an LED, and as a result, you should not need to change the DIP switch settings.