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ContentsVAV System Overview3VariTrane VAV Terminal Unit Overview5Model Description –Single-Duct Terminal Units8Model Description –Fan-Powered Terminal Units9Performance Data –Single-Duct Terminal Units10Performance Data –Series Fan-Powered Terminal Units15Performance Data –Parallel Fan-Powered Terminal Units222

VAV System OverviewSystem IntroductionIn a Variable Air Volume (VAV) system,air delivery volume varies directly withthe changing cooling or heating load,thus saving energy at part loadconditions. Another benefit that makesVAV a popular choice in HVAC designis its capability to control temperaturein multiple zones. Compared toconventional constant volume system,VAV system has multiple VAV terminalboxes each serving a zone controllingair flow to that zone and maintainingthe set-point temperature.Trane leads in VAV technology with itsinnovative range of VariTrane units(Single-duct and Fan-powered types)that are designed for diverseapplications and environments.Applications include office space,conditioning systems, VAV systemscan utilize the outdoor fresh air asmuch as possible during transitionalseasons, which not only saves energyconsumption, but also improves indoorair quality. It is estimated that over30% of the annual energyconsumption can be saved and10-30% of total equipment capacitycan be reduced by using VAV system.2. Improved Indoor Air Quality andComfortWith the integrated DDC control,VariTrane VAV terminal units can keeproom temperature and air volumewithin the pre-set range per actualcooling or heating load requirementand enhance control accuracy of theterminal unit. It allows roomtemperature to be adjusted perapplication requirement. Supply air ofVAV system can be remote andcentralized controlled to improve thesystem efficiency and room air quality.hospitals, hotels, retail stores, mallsand educational facilities. VariTraneprovides the most reliable and flexibleproducts available, further enhancedby Trane DDC controls inimplementing systems-level controlstrategies like ventilation reset andStatic Pressure Optimization toimprove systems performance andefficiency.3. Reliable Operation, SimpleConstructionVAV system is an all-air system. Thereis no water piping passing through theceiling of the room, which can avoidproblems such as condensation, waterleakage and bacteria breeding whichmay happen in the fan coil system. Inaddition, VariTrane VAV boxes havesimple casing construction, whichmakes installation simple and easy.4. Flexible SystemRenovation always occurs in modernbuildings. By using flexible ductconnection, modification of VariTraneVAV terminal unit position can be doneaccording to the room partition andrequirement with minimum fieldmodification cost, labor and time.5. Compatible SystemVAV systems can be integrated withother air conditioning systems tooptimize performance efficiency. Forexample, when integrated with icestorage system, the application of coldair distribution can reduce the initialinvestment of ice storage systemeffectively; when integrated with heatpump system it can reduce the initialinvestment, reducing the noise levelby installing several water heat pumpsin central location and avoid costlyinstallation of heat pump at each floor.6. Easy to get integrated withBuilding Automation (BA) systemVAV systems can be integrated to BAsystem via DDC control. Systemoptimization and monitoring of thewhole system can be achieved bycomputerized control.VAV System StructureA typical VAV System consists of:1.Air handling units2.Air duct system3.VariTrane VAV terminal nuitVAV System Features andBenefitsVAV systems have the followingfeatures and benefits:1. Economical OperationVAV systems can change the supplyair volume according to the coolingand heating load variation to enablethe cooling, heating capacity and fanpower to meet actual loadrequirement. Therefore, the systemenergy consumption can besignificantly reduced. Meanwhile, ifcompared with traditional airUsermanagementVAV System Schematic3Air supply ductAir return ductCommunication cable

VAV System OverviewSystem Control IntroductionWorking station(Optional)The VariTrane VAV box can beconnected to Trane’s BuildingAutomation System through two typesof control systems.Tracer SystemIn Tracer, the work station using TracerSummit software monitors the wholesystem and has many functions suchas operating parameter setting, dataacquisition, alarming, reports, clock,etc. The Building control Unit (BCU)provides control logic for the wholesystem and coordinates the operationbetween equipment level controllerssuch as MP581 and VAV controllers.VAV controllers are connected to eachother by using RS485, and thenconnected to BCU. The whole controlsystem structure is simple, compatibleand designed to accommodate futureextension requirements.BCUDial-up connection orEthernet/IP connectionVariTrane VAVterminal unitVariTrane VAVterminal unit-- Zone sensorMP581AHUZone sensorVAV systemWork station(Optional)In addition, using LonTalk DDCcontrollers, VariTrane VAV terminalunits can be connected to third partycontrol systems which have LonTalkprotocol.TrackercontrollerDial-up connection orEthernet/IP connectionVariTrac CCPTracker systemIn Tracker, the work station isconnected to a Tracker controller. Itacquires equipment status, systemdata information, control commandand monitors the system equipment.The Tracker controller provides controllogic for the whole system. Itcoordinates the rooftop equipment(Voyager) & VariTrane VAV terminalunit control through the CCP (centralcontrol panel). One Tracker controllercan be connected to several CCPs,and each CCP is connected to onerooftop unit (Voyager) and severalVariTrane VAV boxes. Intercommunication is possible betweenCCPs. All equipment connections inthe system are PnP (plug and play),making it convenient for installationand application.VariTrac CCPVoyager III VAV RTUVoyager III VAV RTUVariTrane VAVterminal unitVariTrane VAV VariTrane VAVterminal unit terminal unitVariTrane VAVterminal unit---- Zone sensorZone sensorVAV system4Zone sensorZone sensorVAV system

VariTrane VAV Terminal UnitOverviewVAV Terminal UnitClassificationA VAV terminal unit controls the airvalve opening and regulates the airvolume in the room by measuring thetemperature difference between roomand set point. There are two basicworking principles of a VAV box:pressure-dependent andpressure-independent.A pressure-dependent VAV controlscheme uses the space temperaturesensor to control the position of themodulating device directly. The actualAir intakeVAV terminalAir outgoingAir intakeAir outgoingFlow ringAir valveController/air valve drivePressure-independent controlincreases the stability of airflow controland allows minimum and maximumairflow settings to become actualairflows rather than physical positionsof the modulation device. It is clearlymost popular in all VAV terminal unitcontrols.In contrast, a pressure-independentVAV control scheme controls the actualvolume of primary air that flows to thespace. An airflow-measuring device onthe terminal unit makes it possible.The position of the modulation deviceVAV terminalTemperature sensoris not directly controlled and isbasically a by-product of regulating theairflow through the unit. Because theairflow delivered to the space isdirectly controlled, it is independent ofinlet static pressure.airflow delivered to the space dependson the duct system static pressure atthe inlet of the terminal unit. Althoughthe space temperature sensor willcontinually correct the position of themodulating device, the response canbe sluggish and cause unacceptabletemperature variations within thespace.Air valveController/air valve drive/differential pressure transmitterPressure-dependentTemperature sensorPressure-independentThere are three basic types ofVariTrane VAV terminal units,Single-duct (without fan), SeriesFan-Powered and ParallelFan-Powered.Single-ductSeries fan-powered5Parallel fan-powered

VariTrane VAV Terminal UnitOverviewFeatures and BenefitsFlow ring:Located closely in front ofthe air valve, it can measureair volume accuratelyMetal encapsulated edge:prevents cut fibers of theinsulating plate falling off,and avoids erosion in the airstream by foreign matterController:DDC controller developed byTrane, perfectly matcheswith other Trane products.Air valve actuator:Equipped with positionindicatorInterlocking panel:Smooth surface, ruggednessand rigidity are assured withTrane’s interlocking panelconstructionEnergy EfficiencyAdvanced ControlVAV systems can save energyWith years of working experience andunderstanding of VAV systemcharacteristic, Trane has developed areliable DDC controller for VAV systemwhich has unique functions:1. Advanced system integration–VariTrane VAV terminal unit DDCcontroller uses pressure-independentcontrol mode, which can obtain preciseair valve opening by doing two-timePID calculation according to thetemperature and air flow to control airvolume accurately and provideexcellent indoor air quality and comfortcontrol. It can also be integrated withTrane Tracer Summit BuildingAutomation System. It is the mostsignificantly, comply with ventilationrequirements, and provide reliable andpersonalized occupant control.Energy saving features of VariTraneVAV terminal units include:1. System strategies like VentilationReset, and Static PressureOptimization, etc2. Night setback3. Occupied/unoccupied control4. Demand controlled ventilation5. EarthWise System utilizing lowtemperature air and system energyoptimization.6Air valve:It enables air flow passingthrough the flow ring evenlywhile changing the airvolumeadvanced VAV control system in thefield. This system has a series ofunique control modes such as fresh airvolume / ventilation reset, staticpressure optimization control whichcan meet the current industryregulations and standards, able toadjust air duct static pressureeffectively and reduce energyconsumption of the fan to improve thewhole VAV system efficiency.2. Superior product quality–BothVariTrane VAV system terminal unitsand control devices are provided byTrane, which ensures the productquality, system compatibility andperfect system integration.

VAV Terminal Unit OverviewVV550/551 is a LonTalkprotocol-based DDC controller whichcan provide precise control toVariTrane VAV terminal unit. It also hasgood universality and compatibility,especially in connecting to the thirdparty Building Automation System withLonTalk protocol.Controls Parts and OptionsUCM4 is a microprocessor-based DDCcontroller using pressure-independentcontrol mode to control the supply airvolume accurately to make roomtemperature reach the set condition. Inaddition, UCM4 also has additionalfunctions, such as optional CO2sensor, wireless sensor, to fulfillvarious customer and applicationrequirements.Auxiliary temperature sensor helpsVariTrane VAV terminal unitchangeover between heating andcooling mode automatically without thesystem controller. Terminal unitcontroller will compare the temperaturedifferences between the supply airtemperature provided by auxiliarytemperature sensor and the roomtemperature provided by zone sensor.It will determine the working modeautomatically according to the resultwithout manual adjustment.CO2 sensor is used to measure CO2concentration in the air, converts it intoelectrical signal and then transmit thesignal to the controller which will resetfresh air volume accordingly to ensureindoor air quality and comfort.Wall mountedWireless sensorVV550/551UCM4Wireless sensor eliminates the wiringdifficulty at the field and provides moreflexibility for layout and sensorpositioning. Trane wireless sensor isbased on wide spectrum technology,This enhances system security greatlyand avoids interference problem whenusing different system with the samefrequency in the same area.Auxiliary temperature sensorDuct mountedArea sensorOccupied / Unoccupied ModeZone sensorLCDModelTemperature setting Internal sensorONCANCEL4190 1090 4190 1120 7 4190 10904190 1120

VariTrane Model 0000123456 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32Digit 1 2— Unit TypeDD11LonTalk DDC cooling only0N/AVCDD12LonTalk DDC N.C. on/off1115VAC/24V AC transformerwater valve3230VAC/24V AC transformerLonTalk DDC prop hot waterDigit 24— Power Disconnectvalve0N/ALonTalk DDC on/off electricWWithheat controlDigit 25— Power FuseCustomers supply the air0N/ADigit 5 6— Dimension of Primaryvalve actuator and controllerWWithAir Valve Inletby themselvesDigit 26— Electric Heating VoltageSingle ductDigit 3— Terminal Heating ModeCNoneEElectric heatingWHot water heatingDD13DD14Digit 4— Development Series No.TChina plantFM00055''Digit 16 —— Insulation0N/A066''B1" Matte-facedCSingle-phase 220V088''D1'' foil facedJThree-phase 380V1010''F1" Double-wallDigit 27 29— Electric Heating Power1212''G3/8" Closed-cell000N/A1414''Digit 17— Reserved0101.0kW1616''0N/A0202.0kWDigit 7 8— ReservedDigit 18— Reserved30030kW000Note: For detailed specification, referN/AN/ADigit 9 —ReservedDigit 19—Reservedto the electric heater information00Digit 30— Electric Heat StageN/AN/ADigit 10 11— Design No.Digit 20— Reserved0N/AA0011 stageInitial developmentN/ADigit 12 15— Control ModeDigit 21— Hot Water Coil22 stagesDD00Trane elec actuator only0N/A33 stagesDD01DDC cooling only11 rowDigit 31— ReservedDD02DDC N.C. on/off water valve22 rows0DD03DDC prop hot water valveDigit 22—Electric ConnectionDigit 32— ReservedDD04DDC on/off electric heatL0controlDigit 23— TransformerLeft type8N/AN/A

VariTrane Model DescriptionFan-PoweredV S C T 0 6 0 0 PA 0 D D 0 1 D D 5 2 0 0 L 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0123456 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32Digit 1 2— Unit Typecontrol31 row -Outlet-Left2 rows-Outlet-LeftVPParallel fan-poweredDD11LonTalk DDC cooling only5VSSeries fan-poweredDD12LonTalk DDC N.C. on/offDigit 22—Electrical Connectionswater valveLLonTalk DDC prop hot waterDigit 23— Reservedvalve0LonTalk DDC on/off electricDigit 24— Power Disconnectheat control0N/ACustomers supply the airWwithDigit 5 6— Primary Air Valvevalve actuator and controllerDigit 25— Power Fuse055''by themselves0N/A066''Digit 16— Thermal InsulationWwith088''B1" Matte-facedDigit 26— Electric Heating Voltage1010''D1'' foil faced0N/A1212''F1" Double-wallCSingle-phase 220V1414''G3/8" Closed-cellJThree-phase 380V1616''Digit 17— Motor TypeDigit 27 29— Electric Heating PowerDigit 7 8— ReservedD000N/A00Digit 18— Motor Voltage0101.0kWDigit 9— Fan model1115V/60Hz/1P0202.0kWP02SQ4230V/60Hz/1P Q03SQ5230V/50Hz/1P20020kWR04SQDigit 19— Outlet ConnectionNote: For detailed specification, referS05SQ1Flange connectionto the electric heater informationT06SQ2Slip & DriveDigit 30—Electric Heat StageU07SQDigit 20— Attenuator0N/ADigit 10 11— Design No.0N/A11 stageA0WWith22 stages3 stagesDigit 3— Terminal Heating ModeCNoneEElectric heatingWHot water heatingDD13DD14Digit 4—Development Series NoTChina plantN/AInitial developmentFM00Standard motorleftN/ADigit 12 15— Control ModeDigit 21— Hot Water Coil3DD00Trane elec actuator only0N/ADigit 31— ReservedDD01DDC cooling only11 row – inlet (only for parallel0DD02DDC N.C. on/off water valvefan-powered)Digit 32— Airflow SwitchDD03DDC prop hot water valve2 rows – inlet (only for parallel0N/ADD04DDC on/off electric heatfan-powered)WWith29N/A

Performance DataVariTrane Single-DuctPerformance DataVCCT single-duct terminal device(cooling only)Min. airflowm3/hDimensionmm(L W H)Weight(kg)68-59568443 433 2419.5152101-850101411 433 2419.508203180-1530180398 458 2921010254277-2380277424 534 3431412305400-3400400449 610 3941714356544-5100544475 661 4952116406713-6800713500 763 49523Air valveInlet diametermm0512706Airflow rangem3/hAir Pressure Drop (Pa)Single-duct VAV terminal deviceAir valveVCWT heating-water heatingterminal device050608VCET electric heating terminal device10121416Airflow (m3/h)CasingHeating coil1 row2 rowElectric 038428125Note: The air pressure drops in the table refer to the pressure drops of the parts.10

Performance DataVariTrane Single-DuctHeating Capacity of Hot Water Coil (kW)Air ValveCoil RowsWater volume(L/s)Waterpressure drop(kPa)0.031 Row1.57Air volume 925.656.807.328.142 RowScopeAir ValveCoil Rows1 Row082 RowAir ValveCoil Rows1 Row102 RowAir ValveCoil Rows1 Row122 RowWater volume(L/s)Size 05Size 06Waterpressure drop(kPa)Air volume 28.904.775.497.228.609.7310.6811.5012.2212.84Water volume(L/s)Waterpressure drop(kPa)Air volume 5018.8019.38Water volume(L/s)Waterpressure drop(kPa)5957659341104Air volume 86113400

Performance DataVariTrane Single-DuctAir ValveCoil RowsWater volume(L/s)Waterpressure drop(kPa)0.131 Row142 RowAir ValveCoil Rows3.69162 .7327.2529.4731.4434.0536.3038.2840.58Water volume(L/s)Waterpressure drop(kPa)0.131 RowAir volume (m3/h)4.10Air volume .0131.9735.3337.3140.7943.7546.3248.5650.55Note: 1, EAT 12.8 C, EWT 82.2 C.2, Capacity based on 12.8 C entering air temperature and 82.2 C entering water temperature. Refer to correction factors for different entering conditions.Actual Heating capacity Data in the above table x Temperature Conrection factorEntering water temperature minus entering air ature correction 61Please use the following equation to calculate the leaving air temperature and the difference between entering water temperature and leaving water temperature.LAT EAT [Outlet airInlet airtemperature temperatureKW x 29883M / H (Air volume) ]WTD EWT - LWT [ 4.19Difference between inlet Inlet water Outlet waterwater and outlet water temperature temperature12xKWL / S (Water volume) ]

Dimensional DataVariTrane Single-DuctDimension for Single Duct with Hot Water CoilElectrical control boxZOverall dimension (mm)Air outlet dimensionAir ValveLHWDZA (h)B 8457584CAir stream05 is 146 Z mmLead forflow ringAir valve102 mm165 mmActuatorLTop viewDNotch connection140 mmAccess opening of coil76 mm x 178 mm05, 06 (196 mm)Other(188 mm)Hot water coilWH210 mmRear viewBlock viewDimension of coil (mm)2 Row1 RowAir aderNote: Outer diameter of coil connection for without coil head is 10mm; and Outer diameter of coil for with coil head is 10mm86 mmWateroutlet pipe11 mm27 mmWaterinlet pipeB210 mmAAir stream BAWaterinlet pipeWaterinlet pipeB44 mm9 mmWaterinlet pipe25 mm64 mm57 mm79 mm210 mm210 mmwithout coil headerAir stream BA198mmAir stream D198mmA198mmWateroutlet pipe198mmAir stream D29 mm86 mm86 mmCWateroutlet pipeWateroutlet pipe9mm29 mmC86 mmwith coil header210 mmwithout coil headerwith coil headerECECAir stream(FIG 1)Air stream(FIG 2)Air streamSingle row(FIG 1)Air streamDouble row13(FIG 2)

Dimensional DataVariTrane Single-DuctDimension for Single Duct with Electric HeatingOverall dimension (mm)Air ValveAir outlet dimensionLHWDA (h)B lectric heater control boxBlock viewElectric Heater 3--11/2/3/442--3--11/2/3/41/2/426/76Electrical control box CAir streamLead 2/3/42/4/626/88/10/12/163918/22/26/3005 is 146 Z mmflow ringAir valve102 mm165 mmActuatorLDTop viewNotch connectionAir stream outletW140 mmBA210 mmHRear viewLeft14

Performance DataVariTrane Series Fan-PoweredPerformance DataAir Valve05InletAir volume Air volume rangediameter Fan modelof fan m3/h for primary air m3/h(mm)02SQ92059512715206VSCT Series Fan-poweredterminal device for cooling only0820310VSWT Series Fan-Powered terminaldevice with hot water coil254123051435616406Overall dimension mm(L W H)Weight(kg)994 699 3943502SQ920850994 699 3943503SQ15808501146 750 4453902SQ920920994 699 3943503SQ158015301146 750 4453904SQ218015301146 750 4453902SQ920920994 699 3943503SQ158015801146 750 4453904SQ218021801146 750 4453905SQ266023801146 902 4454506SQ370023801146 902 5465307SQ418023801146 902 5465703SQ158015801146 750 4453904SQ218021801146 750 4453905SQ266026601146 902 4454506SQ370034001146 902 5465307SQ418034001146 902 5465704SQ218021801146 750 4453905SQ266026601146 902 4454506SQ370037001146 902 5465307SQ418041801146 902 5465706SQ370037001146 902 5465307SQ418041801146 902 04.525.275.585.755.867.308.819.419.739.94VSET Series Fan-Powered terminaldevice with Electric heatingHot Water Coil (kW)Fan modelWaterCoil Rows Water volume pressure drop(L/s)(kPa)1 Row02SQ2 211.5119.4529.273.0010.2121.0735.3352.84Air volume 29.319.50

Performance DataVariTrane Series Fan-PoweredHot Water Coil (kW) - contiuneFan modelWaterWater volume pressuredrop(L/s)(kPa)Coil 250.320.380.440.501 Row03SQ/04SQ2 RowFan modelCoil Rows1 Row05SQ2 RowFan 228.9915.4123.4533.0744.2657.00WaterWater volume olume pressureCoil Rows Water(L/s)drop(kPa)1 Row06SQ/07SQ2 RowAir volume 9.2420.1220.7521.2121.57Air volume 825.1425.7826.27Air volume 7.0118.3219.1919.8421.8926.4429.2931.2332.62Note: Leaving water temperature of hot water coil LWT should not exceed 60 C.Heating capacity is based on entering air temperature of 21 C and entering water temperature of 82 C. Refer to correction factors different entering condifions, actualheating capacity data in the table above temperature correction factorEntering water temperatureminus entering air temperatureEWT-EATCorrection 20.8140.9071.0001.0931.187By using the following equation, Leaving air temperature LAT and difference between entering water temperature and leaving water WTD temperature can be calculated.LAT EAT [Outlet airInlet airtemperature temperatureKW x 29883M / H (Air volume) ]WTD EWT -Difference between inletwater and outlet water16Entering watertemperatureLWT [4.19Leaving watertemperaturexKWL / S (Water volume)]

Performance DataVariTrane Series Fan-PoweredSeries Fan CurveSeries 02SQ-50 HzSeries 03SQ-50 Hz200180External Static Pressure (Pa)External Static Pressure 0720900108001260180540900Air volume(m3/h)126016201980Air volume(m3/h)Series 04SQ-50 HzSeries 05SQ-50 Hz180External Static Pressure (Pa)External Static Pressure 6201980234002700162019802340Series 07SQ-50 Hz1005012601260Series 06SQ-50 Hz150540900Air volume(m3/h)2000540Air volume(m3/h)External Static Pressure (Pa)External Static Pressure 3420Air volume(m3/h)Air volume(m3/h)Max. air volumeMin. air volumeMax. air volume for 1 row coilMax. air volume for 2 row coil173060200048602700414048605580

Dimensional DataVariTrane Series Fan-PoweredDimension for Series Fan Powered with Hot Water CoilOverall dimension (mm)Fan modelLHW02SQ86439403SQ101644504SQ101605SQAir outlet A (h)B (w)559305610483445610101644506SQ101607SQ10164"-14" Air volume(102 mm)16" Air volume(51 mm)WPrimary air4"-5" Air volume(165 mm)Flow Ring TubingSilencer (optionalField installationAir volume 102 mmSilencer (optional)Field

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