You log on to the Commission mobile application to perform commissioning, flow balance, and checkout operations on BACnet/IP controllers.
Using the Commission mobile application, you flow balance a VAV unit at each designated setpoint to achieve the desired air flow.
You configure the VAV controller setpoints to set up the parameters by which the controller is flow balanced. These setpoints include the maximum flow setpoint, selected by default, and the intermediate and minimum flow setpoints, which are optional.
You can manually verify the direction of the damper rotation of a VAV controller to verify that the actuator rotates clockwise or counterclockwise to open.
After you have wired the physical inputs and outputs of the controller, you perform I/O checkout to verify that the wiring was done correctly and that the physical inputs and outputs are working properly.
The SpaceLogic Bluetooth Adapter allows you to establish a Bluetooth connection to SpaceLogic and EasyLogic controller models. To connect to a device through the SpaceLogic Bluetooth Adapter, a SpaceLogic Sensor must be wired to the controller.
You can use Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) to connect to both RP and MP controllers. Using BLE, you can commission the BACnet/IP controllers before there is an IP network infrastructure configured and also perform on-site commissioning more quickly and efficiently.
Use this workflow to connect the Commission mobile application to BACnet/IP controllers.
You connect to a controller to begin all commissioning tasks. Through Bluetooth, you can connect to a single controller at a time. Bluetooth connectivity is supported for the MP and RP controllers of the BACnet/IP controller family. Bluetooth connectivity is not supported for IP-IO devices. On the MP controller you connect using the SpaceLogic BLE adapter through the controller’s sensor bus and Spacelogic Sensor. With RP controllers, you connect using the onboard BLE or the BLE adapter for the EasyLogic controller models.
The SpaceLogic Bluetooth Adapter allows you to establish a Bluetooth connection to MP and RP controllers. You plug the SpaceLogic Bluetooth Adapter into the corresponding SpaceLogic Sensor to connect to the controller. The adapter communicates with the BACnet/IP controller over the sensor bus using an RS-485 cable.