Mn touch screen spec data
MicroNet Touch Screen
The I/A Series MicroNet Touch Screen Display (Touch Screen) is a graphical LCD display that allows a user to view and configure parameters, and view parameter values, for multiple controllers on a network. There are models designed to work on L
Topology, NCP, or ARCNET communications networks, and wall-mount and panel-mount versions are available for each network type. A Touch Screen is cable-connected directly to a compatible network. Controller parameters can
be configured to cause alarm indications on the Touch Screen. The Touch Screen contains a built-in RTC (Real Time Clock) that can be configured to be the master timekeeper for a network. A lithium battery provides backup power for the RTC. The touch-sensitive keypad works easily with the screen's intuitive graphical representation of common control
parameters. The display, whose parameters are configured from the MicroNet Tech Tool, shows the user 16 menu items,
• Back-lighted graphic LCD display.
with each giving access to 16 controller parameters.
• Panel-mounted and wall-mounted models available, with
cable-connection to a compatible network.
• Intuitive, graphics-based menu system.
The Touch Screen is fully programmable and provides the
• Built-in RTC with battery backup.
following functionality to a MicroNet Network:
• Secure password protection.
• Configuration of Scheduling and Parameters in Networked
• Parameters are configured in MicroNet Tech Tool.
Screen configuration is saved on EEPROM, providing
Alarm Viewing and Management
parameter protection from power outage.
• Parameter Polling of devices on NCP networks
• View of Logging in Networked Controllers
• Setpoint Monitoring
The Touch Screen is connected directly to a LONWORKS, NCP, or ARCNET network. It connects to a PC running the MicroNet Tech Tool, via the MicroNet Interface.
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Table-1 Model Chart.
I/A Series MicroNet ARCNET Touch Screen Display
I/A Series MicroNet LONWORKS Touch Screen Display
I/A Series MicroNet NCP Touch Screen Display
Approx. 4.25" high x 9.6" wide x 0.5" deep
The Touch Screen displays, and allows configuration of,
(108 mm x 244 mm x 13.5 mm).
controller parameters. Table 2 lists some of these parameters and details their use.
Molded ABS plastic case. Fire resistant to UL94.
Table-2 Touch Screen Menu Options.
2 Serial RS485 ports.
Power Supply Input
24 Vac. RTC has lithium battery
(350 days life at continuous discharge).
• User can increase or decrease the
Change an Analog Value
parameter values within a
Maximum Power Consumption
8 VA at 24 V, 50/60 Hz.
Surge Immunity Compliance
• User can choose ON, OFF, or NONE
Change Digital Parameters
ANSI C62.41 (IEEE-587, Category A & B).
(Auto) for the chosen parameter.
Change/Set a Time
• Date, hour, and minutes are
selectable by the user.
Change/Set a Holiday
• Start/end holiday, date is
UL-916 (File #E189143 Category PAZX).
selectable by the user.
UL Listed to Canadian Safety Standard (CAN/CSA C22.2).
• User can view a histogram (graph)
View an Optimizer
European Community – EMC Directive (CE)
and log of start times for optimiser
• User can see all parameters with
alarm attributes attached.
Panel-mounted or wall-mounted.
• User can view and acknowledge
32 to 104 °F (0 to 40 °C).
• User can specify and view logged
Shipping and Storage Temperature
View Logging Graph Trends
trend data in a graph.
(-40 to 71 °C).
0 to 95% RH, non-condensing.
connect to the MicroNet View and MicroNet Tech Tool software platforms via the MicroNet Interface. An optional
LONWORKS Networks A LONWORKS communications network
Touch Screen Display (MNN-TSP or MNN-TSW) may be
uses an FTT-10 Free Topology configuration and can host up
connected directly to the NCP network, to interface with
to 62 LONWORKS devices. Controllers on a LONWORKS
connected MicroNet controllers. An NCP network has a
network can communicate with each other in a peer-to-peer
communications speed of 9.6k baud.
fashion, and connect to the MicroNet View and MicroNet Tech Tool software platforms via the MicroNet Interface. The
ARCNET Networks If an open protocol is not necessary, but
MicroNet Interface supports an ENM (Embedded Network
peer-to-peer communications and high performance are
Management) database with a complete listing of all devices
desired, the ARCNET network option may be implemented.
on the network and the connections (bindings) between
An ARCNET communications network can host up to 127
them. MicroNet View provides alarm management, and
devices. Controllers on an ARCNET network can
dynamic and historical logging for the network. An optional
communicate with other controllers in a peer-to-peer
Touch Screen Display (MNL-TSP or MNL-TSW) may be
fashion, and connect to the MicroNet View and MicroNet
cable-connected directly to the LONWORKS network, to
Tech Tool software platforms via the MicroNet Interface. An
interface with connected MicroNet controllers. A LONWORKS
optional Touch Screen Display (MNA-TSP or MNA-TSW) may
network has a communications speed of 78.8k baud, using
be connected directly to the ARCNET network, to interface
unshielded, twisted-pair cabling.
with connected MicroNet controllers. An ARCNET network has a communications speed of 156k baud.
NCP Networks When neither open protocol nor peer-to-peer
communications are required, an NCP network may be a
cost-effective solution. An NCP network communicates in a
polled-response fashion. Controllers on an NCP network
MN 620 Controller
NCP, or ARCNETNetwork
Desktop PC with MicroNetView*, or Notebook PC withMicroNet Tech Tool
Connection viaRS-232 Port
MicroNet Touch Screen
(Wall-Mount Version Shown)
* The MicroNet Tech Tool may
optionally be installed on the desktop PC, together with MicroNet View.
MN 500 Controller
Figure-1 I/A Series MicroNet Touch Screen Display Connectivity.
All specifications are nominal and may change as design improvements are introduced. Siebe Environmental Controls shall not be liable for damages resulting from misapplication or misuse of its products.
I/A Series is a registered trademark of A Siebe Group Company.
LonWorks is a registered trademark of Echelon Corporation.
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