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Specifications Specifications 9/16/2021
Products: MP-V
Functionalities: Engineering, Hardware
Product version: 3.3

MP-V

MP-V-9A

MP-V-9A

Introduction

SpaceLogic* MP-V is a multi-purpose, fully programmable, IP based field controller dedicated for VAV cooling and heating applications. MP-V integrates a controller, a damper actuator, and an air flow sensor in a single compact package for ease of installation. MP-V can either be used as a standalone BACnet/IP controller or as part of an EcoStruxure BMS with a SpaceLogic AS-P or AS-B server or an Enterprise Server as the parent server. MP-V comes in two models with different I/O count.

The MP-V has the following features:

  • IP enabled with dual-port Ethernet switch

  • Integrated damper actuator with feedback signal

  • Factory-calibrated air flow sensor

  • Highly available

  • Sensor bus for living space sensors

  • Mobile commissioning application

  • Full EcoStruxure Building Operation software support, providing efficient engineering tools

* Formerly known as SmartX.

IP connectivity and flexible network topologies

The BACnet/IP controllers are based on open protocols that simplify interoperability, IP configuration, and device management:

  • IP addressing

  • BACnet/IP communications

  • DHCP for easy network configuration

The BACnet/IP controllers have a dual-port Ethernet switch, which enables flexible network topologies:

  • Star

  • Daisy chain

  • Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP) ring

In a star topology, the controller and the parent EcoStruxure BMS server are individually connected to an Ethernet switch. Daisy-chain multiple controllers together to reduce installation time and cost. In the event of a broken IP network or a non-operational controller, RSTP will enable rapid identification of the location of the detected error while maintaining communication with the controllers on either side of the break.

Models with a versatile mix of I/O points

MP-V comes in two models with different I/O point count and a versatile mix of I/O point types that match a wide variety of VAV applications.

I/O Point Types by MP-V Models

I/O Point Types

MP-V-7A

MP-V-9A

Universal inputs

3

4

Triac outputs

3

3

Analog outputs

1

2

Configurations by I/O Point Types

Configurations

Universal Inputs

Triac Outputs

Analog Outputs

Digital inputs

yes

-

-

Counter inputs

yes

-

-

Supervised inputs

yes

-

-

Voltage inputs

(0 to 10 VDC)

yes

-

-

Current inputs

(0 to 20 mA)

yes

-

-

Temperature inputs

yes

-

-

Resistive inputs

yes

-

-

2-wire RTD temperature inputs

yes

-

-

Digital outputs

-

yes

-

Digital pulsed outputs

-

yes

-

PWM outputs

-

yes

-

Tristate outputs

-

yes

-

Tristate pulsed outputs

-

yes

-

Voltage outputs

(0 to 10 VDC)

-

-

yes

Current outputs

(0 to 20 mA)

-

-

yes

Universal inputs

The universal inputs are ideal for any mix of temperature, pressure, flow, status points, and similar point types in a building control system.

As counter inputs, they are commonly used in energy metering applications. As RTD inputs, they are ideal for temperature points in a building control system. As supervised inputs, they are used for security applications where it is critical to know whether or not a wire has been cut or shorted. These events provide a separate indication of alarms and events in the system.

For all analog inputs, maximum and minimum levels can be defined to automatically detect over-range and under-range values.

Triac outputs

The triac outputs can be used in many applications to switch 24 VAC on or off for external loads such as actuators, relays, or indicators. The triac outputs are isolated from the controller. Triacs are silent and are not adversely affected by relay contact wear.

Analog outputs

The analog outputs are capable of supporting analog voltage or current point types, without the need for external bias resistors. Therefore, analog outputs support a wide range of devices, such as actuators.

I/O expansion

For applications that require more I/O resources, the SpaceLogic IP-IO modules provide a versatile mix of I/O points for any application. For more information, see the SpaceLogic IP-IO Specification Sheet.

Integrated damper actuator with feedback signal

The integrated damper actuator allows for simplified installation of MP-V directly over the damper shaft. This means that separate installation, wiring, and positioning of the damper motor is not needed. MP-V uses the same actuator mechanics as many Schneider Electric VAV controller models from the Andover Continuum, TAC Vista, TAC I/A Series, and TAC I/NET product lines. The feedback signal from the actuator makes it possible to determine the exact position of the damper. The actuator also features a push button for manual positioning of the damper during commissioning.

Factory-calibrated air flow sensor

The factory-calibrated air flow sensor uses a state-of-the-art technology that requires no air flow from the velocity probe. Unlike flow-through sensors, the sensor does not impose rigid requirements on tubing, dust, or filters, and the sensor is not affected by errors induced on the local probe pressure readings. The sensor requires no maintenance and a minimum of field adjustments.

Highly available

The BACnet/IP controllers support local trends, schedules, and alarms, enabling local operation when the controller is offline or used in standalone applications.

With user-defined fallback values, the IP-IO outputs will be in a predictable state in cases of network disruption.

The battery-free power backup of the memory and real-time clock helps prevent data loss and allows seamless and quick recovery after a power disruption.

In WorkStation, you update the firmware of multiple BACnet/IP controllers at the same time and with minimum down time. The EcoStruxure BMS server keeps track of the installed firmware to support backup, restore, and replacement of the controllers and sensors. The server can host controllers of different firmware versions.

Sensor bus for living space sensors

The BACnet/IP controllers provide an interface designed for the SpaceLogic Sensor family of living space sensors. The SpaceLogic Sensor devices offer an efficient way to sense the temperature, humidity, CO 2 , and occupancy in a room. The SpaceLogic Sensor devices are available with different combinations of sensor types and various covers and user interface options, such as touchscreen, setpoint and override buttons, and blank covers.

SpaceLogic Sensors

SpaceLogic Sensors

The sensor bus provides both power and communications for up to four sensors that are daisy-chained using standard Cat 5 (or higher) cables. The maximum number of sensors that can be connected to a controller varies depending on the sensor model and the combination of cover and sensor base type:

  • Blank covers: Up to four sensors of any combination of sensor base types

  • 3-button and touchscreen covers:

    • Up to two sensor bases with CO 2 option

    • Up to four sensor bases without CO 2 option

  • SpaceLogic LCD temperature sensors: Up to four sensors are supported

The maximum total length of the sensor bus is 61 m (200 ft). For more information, see the SpaceLogic Sensors - SXWS Sensors for MP and RP IP Controllers - Specification Sheet.

Mobile commissioning application

The eCommission SmartX Controllers mobile application is designed for local configuration, field deployment, and commissioning of BACnet/IP controllers, and air flow balancing of VAV units. The mobile application reduces the commissioning time, allows flexibility in project execution, and minimizes dependencies on network infrastructure.

The mobile application is designed for use with Android, Apple (iOS), and Microsoft Windows 10 devices. For more information, see the eCommission SmartX Controllers Specification Sheet.

eCommission SmartX Controllers mobile app

eCommission SmartX Controllers mobile app

Using the eCommission SmartX Controllers mobile application, you can connect to one or many BACnet/IP controllers. You can connect to a single BACnet/IP controller using the Commission Bluetooth Adapter connected to a SpaceLogic Sensor. Using a wireless access point or a network switch, you can connect to a network of BACnet/IP controllers on the local IP network.

Device configuration

With the eCommission SmartX Controllers mobile application, you can easily discover BACnet/IP controllers on the IP network. You can change the configuration of each controller, including the BACnet and IP network settings, location, and parent server. To save engineering time, you can save common device settings and then reuse them for controllers of the same model.

Field deployment and I/O checkout

The eCommission SmartX Controllers mobile application does not require an EcoStruxure BMS server or a network infrastructure to be in place. You can use the mobile application to load the controller application directly into the local BACnet/IP controller and deploy the controller. The controller application can be created offline using Project Configuration Tool or WorkStation. You can also perform an I/O checkout to verify that the controller's I/O points are configured, wired, and operating correctly.

Air flow balancing

Using the eCommission SmartX Controllers mobile application, you can perform air flow balancing of VAV units controlled by MP-Vs. An intuitive workflow automatically guides you through the process. After the flow balancing, you can generate a report in HTML format for one or more VAV units. The balancing parameters associated with each MP-V are stored in the parent server, which makes it easier to replace the controller if necessary.

Full EcoStruxure Building Operation software support

The power of the BACnet/IP controller is fully realized when it is part of an EcoStruxure BMS, which provides the following benefits:

  • WorkStation/WebStation interface

  • Script and Function Block programming options

  • Device discovery

  • Engineering efficiency

WorkStation/WebStation interface

WorkStation and WebStation provide a consistent user experience regardless of which EcoStruxure BMS server the user is logged on to. The user can log on to the parent EcoStruxure BMS server to engineer, commission, supervise, and monitor the BACnet/IP controller and its I/O as well as its attached SpaceLogic Sensor devices. For more information, see the WorkStation and WebStation specification sheets.

Script and Function Block programming options

Unique to the industry, the BACnet/IP controllers have both Script and Function Block programming options. This flexibility assures that the best programming method can be selected for the application. Existing programs can easily be reused between the EcoStruxure BMS server and the controller.

Device discovery

The enhanced Device Discovery in WorkStation enables you to easily identify BACnet/IP controllers on a BACnet network and to associate the controllers with their parent server.

Engineering efficiency

The engineering and maintenance of BACnet/IP controllers can be done very efficiently using the EcoStruxure Building Operation reusability features. With these features, you can create library items (Custom Types) for a complete controller application that contains programs and all necessary objects such as trends, alarms, and schedules. The controller application in the Custom Types library is reusable across all controllers of the same model. You can use the controller application as a base for creating new controllers intended for similar applications. You can then edit the controller application, and the changes are automatically replicated to all controllers, while each controller keeps its local values.

WorkStation supports both online and offline engineering of BACnet/IP controllers. You can make the configuration changes online or use database mode to make the changes offline. In database mode, the changes are saved to the EcoStruxure Building Operation database so that you can apply the changes to the controllers later.

Project Configuration Tool enables you to perform all the engineering off site, without the need for physical hardware, which minimizes the time you need to spend on site. You can run the EcoStruxure BMS servers virtually and engineer the BACnet/IP controllers before you deploy your server and controller applications to the servers and controllers on site. For more information, see the Project Configuration Tool specification sheet.

In addition, you can use Automated Engineering Tool to facilitate your engineering process when using BACnet/IP controllers. This tool provides access to a library of standard controller applications that can be quickly configured and customized using the wizards and mass edit functions provided in the tool. You can then load these customized applications into your target server. The tool also enables the quick creation of your own templates based on BACnet/IP controller applications that you have developed. These templates facilitate a standard approach and easy reuse and duplication of common controller applications. For more information, see the Automated Engineering Tool specification sheet.

Library of standard HVAC applications

Library of standard HVAC applications

Part Numbers

Product

Part number

MP-V-7A
SXWMPV7AX10001
MP-V-9A
SXWMPV9AX10001
Spare terminal blocks for all MP-V models
(1 x 2-pin, 2 x 3-pin, 2 x 4-pin, 1 x 5-pin, 1 x 6-pin terminal blocks)
SXWMPVCON10001
Adapter for damper shaft diameter 9.5 mm (0.375 inch)
AM-135

In-line air filter

01-2100-272

SpaceLogic Bluetooth Adapter
SXWBTAECXX10001

For more information on part numbers for Network Connectivity Accessories, see the For more information, see Product Selection Guide - EcoStruxure Building ..

Specifications
AC input
Nominal voltage
24 VAC
Operating voltage range
+/- 20 %
Frequency
50/60 Hz
Maximum power consumption (MP-V-7A)
21 VA
Maximum power consumption (MP-V-9A)
22 VA
Power input protection
MOV suppression and internal fuse
Environment
Ambient temperature, operating
0 to 50 °C (32 to 122 °F)
Ambient temperature, storage
-40 to +70 °C (-40 to +158 °F)
Maximum humidity
95 % RH non-condensing
Material
Plastic flame rating
UL94 V-0
Ingress protection rating
IP 20
Mechanical
Dimensions
161 W x 198 H x 63 D mm (6.3 W x 7.8 H x 2.5 D in.)
Weight
1.13 kg (2.5 lb)
Installation
Over the damper shaft
Terminal blocks
Removable
Software compatibility
EcoStruxure Building Operation software
version 2.0 or later
Agency compliances
Emission
RCM; BS/EN 61000-6-3; BS/EN 50491-5-2; FCC Part 15, Sub-part B, Class B
Immunity
BS/EN 61000-6-2; BS/EN 50491-5-3
Safety standards
BS/EN 60730-1; BS/EN 60730-2-11; BS/EN 50491-3; UL 916 C-UL US Listed
Fire performance in air-handling spaces a
UL 2043
a) MP-V-7A and MP-V-9A are approved for plenum applications.
Real-time clock
Accuracy, at 25 °C (77 °F)
+/-1 minute per month
Backup time, at 25 °C (77 °F)
7 days minimum
Communication ports
Ethernet
Dual 10/100BASE-TX (RJ45)
USB
1 USB 2.0 device port (mini-B)
  
1 USB 2.0 host port (type-A), 5 VDC, 2.5 W
Sensor bus
24 VDC, 2 W, RS-485 (RJ45)
Sensor bus protection
Transient voltage suppressors on communication and power signals
Communications
BACnet
BACnet/IP, port configurable, default 47808
  
BTL B-AAC (BACnet Advanced Application Controller) a
a) See the BTL Product Catalog for up-to-date details on BTL listed firmware revisions on BACnet International's home page.
CPU
Frequency
500 MHz
Type
ARM Cortex-A7 dual-core
DDR3 SDRAM
128 MB
NOR flash memory
32 MB
Memory backup
128 kB, FRAM, non-volatile
Damper actuator
Torque rating
6 Nm (53 lbf.in)
Stroke
0° to 90°, fully adjustable
Timing
Approximately 2 seconds/degree at 60 Hz and 2.4 seconds/degree at 50 Hz for 90° rotation at 24 VAC
Position indication
Visual indication
Damper position feedback
Yes
Manual override
Push-button clutch release
Damper shaft diameter
12.7 mm (0.5 inch) or 9.5 mm (0.375 inch)
  
Adapter kit AM-135 is required for 9.5 mm (0.375 inch) diameter shafts.
Damper shaft minimum length (from VAV box)
22.2 mm (0.875 inch)
Air flow sensor
Range
0 to 249 Pa (0 to 1 inH 2 O)
Resolution
0.33 Pa (0.001 inH 2 O) at 25°C (77°F)
Accuracy
±5% of 249 Pa (1.00 inH 2 O) span at 25°C (77°F)
Universal inputs, UI
Channels, MP-V-7A
3, UI1 to UI3
Channels, MP-V-9A
4, UI1 to UI4
Absolute maximum ratings
-0.5 to +24 VDC
A/D converter resolution
16 bits
Universal input protection
Transient voltage suppressor on each input
Digital inputs
Range
Dry contact switch closure or open collector/open drain, 24 VDC, typical wetting current 2.4 mA
Minimum pulse width
150 ms
Counter inputs
Range
Dry contact switch closure or open collector/open drain, 24 VDC, typical wetting current 2.4 mA
Minimum pulse width
20 ms
Maximum frequency
25 Hz
Supervised inputs
5 V circuit, 1 or 2 resistors
Monitored switch combinations
Series only, parallel only, and series and parallel
Resistor range
1 to 10 kohm
For a 2-resistor configuration, each resistor must have the same value +/- 5 %
Voltage inputs
Range
0 to 10 VDC
Accuracy
+/-(7 mV + 0.2 % of reading)
Resolution
1.0 mV
Impedance
100 kohm
Current inputs
Range
0 to 20 mA
Accuracy
+/-(0.01 mA + 0.4 % of reading)
Resolution
1 μA
Impedance
47 ohm
Resistive inputs
10 ohm to 10 kohm accuracy
+/-(7 + 4 x 10 -3 x R) ohm
R = Resistance in ohm
10 kohm to 60 kohm accuracy
+/-(4 x 10 -3 x R + 7 x 10 -8 x R 2 ) ohm
R = Resistance in ohm
Temperature inputs (thermistors)
Range
-50 to +150 °C (-58 to +302 °F)
Supported thermistors
Honeywell
20 kohm
Type I (Continuum)
10 kohm
Type II (I/NET)
10 kohm
Type III (Satchwell)
10 kohm
Type IV (FD)
10 kohm
Type V (FD w/ 11k shunt)
Linearized 10 kohm
Satchwell D?T
Linearized 10 kohm
Johnson Controls
2.2 kohm
Xenta
1.8 kohm
Balco
1 kohm
Measurement accuracy
20 kohm
-50 to -30 °C: +/-1.5 °C (-58 to -22 °F: +/-2.7 °F)
  
-30 to 0 °C: +/-0.5 °C (-22 to +32 °F: +/-0.9 °F)
  
0 to 100 °C: +/-0.2 °C (32 to 212 °F: +/-0.4 °F)
  
100 to 150 °C: +/-0.5 °C (212 to 302 °F: +/-0.9 °F)
10 kohm, 2.2 kohm, and 1.8 kohm
-50 to -30 °C: +/-0.75 °C (-58 to -22 °F: +/-1.35 °F)
  
-30 to +100 °C: +/-0.2 °C (-22 to +212 °F: +/-0.4 °F)
  
100 to 150 °C: +/-0.5 °C (212 to 302 °F: +/-0.9 °F)
Linearized 10 kohm
-50 to -30 °C: +/-2.0 °C (-58 to -22 °F: +/-3.6 °F)
  
-30 to 0 °C: +/-0.75 °C (-22 to +32 °F: +/-1.35 °F)
  
0 to 100 °C: +/-0.2 °C (32 to 212 °F: +/-0.4 °F)
  
100 to 150 °C: +/-0.5 °C (212 to 302 °F: +/-0.9 °F)
1 kohm
-50 to +150 °C: +/-1.0 °C (-58 to +302° F: +/-1.8 °F)
RTD temperature inputs
Supported RTDs
Pt1000, Ni1000, and LG-Ni1000
Pt1000
Sensor range
-50 to +150 °C (-58 to +302 °F)

BACnet/IP Controller device environment

Sensor range

Measurement accuracy

0 to 50 °C (32 to 122 °F)

-50 to +70 °C (-58 to +158 °F)

+/-0.5 °C (+/-0.9 °F)

0 to 50 °C (32 to 122 °F)

70 to 150 °C (158 to 302 °F)

+/-0.7 °C (+/-1.3 °F)

Ni1000
Sensor range
-50 to +150 °C (-58 to +302 °F)

BACnet/IP Controller device environment

Sensor range

Measurement accuracy

0 to 50 °C (32 to 122 °F)

-50 to +150 °C (-58 to +302 °F)

+/-0.5 °C (+/-0.9 °F)

LG-Ni1000
Sensor range
-50 to +150 °C (-58 to +302 °F)

BACnet/IP Controller device environment

Sensor range

Measurement accuracy

0 to 50 °C (32 to 122 °F)

-50 to +150 °C (-58 to +302 °F)

+/-0.5 °C (+/-0.9 °F)

RTD temperature wiring
Maximum wire resistance
20 ohm/wire (40 ohm total)
Maximum wire capacitance
60 nF
The wire resistance and capacitance typically corresponds to a 200 m wire.
Triac outputs, DO
Channels, MP-V-7A
3, DO1 to DO3
Channels, MP-V-9A
3, DO1 to DO3
Output rating (for each triac output)
Max. 0.5 A
Voltage
24 VAC +/-20 %
Commons
COM (terminal number 18)
The common terminal COM can be connected to 24 VAC or to ground.
Common voltage, high side output
24 VAC
Common voltage, low side output
0 VAC (ground)
Minimum pulse width
100 ms
Triac output protection
MOV and snubber across each triac output
  
MOV from triac COM to ground
Analog outputs, AO
Channels, MP-V-7A
1, VO1/CO1
Channels, MP-V-9A
2, VO1/CO1 and VO2/CO2
Analog output protection
Transient voltage suppressor on each output
Voltage outputs
Range
0 to 10 VDC
Accuracy
+/-60 mV
Resolution
10 mV
Minimum load resistance
5 kohm to ground
Load range
0 to +2 mA
Terminals
Voltage Output (VO), Return (RET)
Current outputs
Range
0 to 20 mA
Accuracy
+/-0.2 mA
Resolution
21 µA
Load range
0 to 650 ohm
Terminals
Current Output (CO), Return (RET)

Terminals

Follow proper installation wiring diagrams and instructions, including these instructions:

  • MP-V-7A and MP-V-9A have several RET terminals for connection of I/O returns, so a common chassis/signal ground rail is optional and may not be needed.

  • Individual 24 V power sources to the field must be current limited to maximum 4 A for UL compliant installations, and maximum 6 A in other areas.

  • For more information on wiring, see the SpaceLogic Hardware Reference Guide.

MP-V-7A

MP-V-7A

MP-V-9A

MP-V-9A

Part Numbers for SpaceLogic Sensor Devices, Sensor Bases

Product

Part number

Sensor base with temperature sensor

SXWSBTXXXSXX

Sensor base with temperature and humidity sensors

SXWSBTHXXSXX

Sensor base with temperature and CO 2 sensors

SXWSBTXCXSXX

Sensor base with temperature, humidity, and CO 2 sensors

SXWSBTHCXSXX

Part Numbers for SpaceLogic Sensors, Covers

Product

Housing

Part number

Blank cover

Medium matte white

SXWSCBXSELXX

Blank cover

Optimum glass white

SXWSCBXSELXW

Blank cover

Optimum glass black

SXWSCBXSELXB

Blank cover with occupancy sensor

Medium matte white

SXWSCBPSELXX

Blank cover with occupancy sensor

Optimum glass white

SXWSCBPSELXW

Blank cover with occupancy sensor

Optimum glass black

SXWSCBPSELXB

3-button cover

Medium matte white

SXWSC3XSELXX

3-button cover

Optimum glass white

SXWSC3XSELXW

3-button cover

Optimum glass black

SXWSC3XSELXB

3-button cover with occupancy sensor

Medium matte white

SXWSC3PSELXX

3-button cover with occupancy sensor

Optimum glass white

SXWSC3PSELXW

3-button cover with occupancy sensor

Optimum glass black

SXWSC3PSELXB

Touchscreen display cover

Medium matte white

SXWSCDXSELXX

Touchscreen display cover

Optimum glass white

SXWSCDXSELXW

Touchscreen display cover

Optimum glass black

SXWSCDXSELXB

Touchscreen display cover with occupancy sensor

Medium matte white

SXWSCDPSELXX

Touchscreen display cover with occupancy sensor

Optimum glass white

SXWSCDPSELXW

Touchscreen display cover with occupancy sensor

Optimum glass black

SXWSCDPSELXB

Part Numbers for SpaceLogic Sensor Devices, Combination Models

Product

Housing

Part number

Complete SpaceLogic Sensor model with temperature sensor, buttons for override and setpoint control, and LCD display cover

Medium matte white

SXWSATXXXSLX

Complete SpaceLogic Sensor model with temperature sensor, buttons for override and setpoint control, and LCD display cover

Optimum glass white

SXWSATXXXSLW

Complete SpaceLogic Sensor model with temperature sensor, buttons for override and setpoint control, and LCD display cover

Optimum glass black

SXWSATXXXSLB

Complete non-communicating a SpaceLogic Sensor model with resistive temperature sensor (10 kohm type 3 thermistor) and blank cover

Medium matte white

SLASXXX

Complete non-communicating a SpaceLogic Sensor model with resistive temperature sensor (10 kohm type 3 thermistor) and blank cover

Optimum glass white

SLAWXXX

Complete non-communicating a SpaceLogic Sensor model with resistive temperature sensor (10 kohm type 3 thermistor) and blank cover

Optimum glass black

SLABXXX

  1. The SpaceLogic resistive temperature sensor (SLA...) is not designed to be connected to the sensor bus. This sensor is connected to I/O points/terminals on the BACnet/IP controller using a two-wire connection.
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