SmartX Sensors are a family of living space sensors designed for MP Series controllers using the EcoStruxure Building Operation user interface. These sensors use an RJ-45 sensor bus that provides communication and power from the MP Series controller.
In the SmartX Sensor Touchscreen model, you configure the fan speed to change the desired air flow in the designated living space. You enable this feature using the Display object Allow fan speed changes property.
In the SmartX Sensor Touchscreen Display model, you configure the degree type in order to see the temperature in the preferred units of the room occupant. You enable this feature by choosing the Display object Allow temperature units property and its Fahrenheit or Celsius option.
The Touchscreen Display model provides a menu-driven interface with a main menu and an optional default or home screen configurable through EcoStruxure Building Operation.
You configure valid HVAC modes in the Display object HVAC mode property with values such as Auto, Heat, and Cool. As long as this is supported by the control application, this allows the room occupant to change the HVAC mode.
In the SmartX Sensor Touchscreen Display model, you change the occupancy mode to tell the control system that the room is occupied or unoccupied. You do so by enabling the Display object Occupancy override property. Depending on the control system programming, it may respond in various ways including changing the active setpoint from unoccupied to occupied, turning on the lights, and/or starting a timer that expires when the system becomes unoccupied again.
In the SmartX Sensor Touchscreen Display model, you increase or decrease the temperature setpoint to enhance living space comfort.
You attempt to change the temperature setpoint in a restricted display model to enhance living space comfort. In order to do so, the SmartX Sensor Display object Allow setpoint changes property must be configured to allow setpoint changes. The Setpoint high limit and Setpoint low limit properties then determine the allowable range of temperatures.