Intuitous ECC-CSO Commercial Energy Controller
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Intuitous ECC-CSO Commercial Energy Controller

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Reduce Thermostat Runtime to Lower HVAC Maintenance and Building Energy Costs
  • Eliminate wasted energy in vacant spaces
  • Interconnect to buildings security system
  • Couple with motion sensors to detect room vacancy
  • Overrides thermostat to activate/deactivate
  • Can be wired to any thermostat controlled low voltage HVAC system

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  • What's Included
  • According to the US Department of Energy 58% of energy consumed by buildings is for heating, cooling and lighting. Imagine how much of that is wasted on offices or rooms that are vacant or vacant for large amounts of the day. It's easy to see how money can quickly be saved through reduced energy costs. With the Commercial Smart Energy Controller from Intuitous building and office owners can cut down and even eliminate energy wasted in vacant spaces or rooms. This smart Commercial Energy Controller is a low voltage device capable of being mounted nearly anywhere within an HVAC control cabinet and then used in a variety of ways, such as connecting to occupancy sensors or being interconnected to a building's security system. When connected to occupancy sensors the Energy Controller can override the thermostat and enter into a managed setback mode for rooms that are vacant. Similarly, if interconnected to the building's security system the HVAC can be activated when the security system is turned off and deactivated when the last person leaves for the day and activates the alarm. Ultimately the results of the Commercial Smart Energy Controller are reduced runtimes which lead to less maintenance, less replacements and lower energy bills. This product should be installed by a qualified HVAC technician. For step by step setup refer to the installation guide.

    A residential version of this product is also available, sold separately.



    Components of the Controller
    1) Red LED power on indicator
    2) DIP switch for configuration options
    3) 6 position terminal block for connection to inputs from security panels, PIR loops and the external temperature probe
    4) Green LED - lights when the system is in heating conservation mode
    5) Green LED - lights when the system is in cooling conservation mode
    6) Green LED - lights when the lighting/aux output is in conservation mode
    7) 8 position terminal for connection to HVAC and lighting loads



    Wiring Diagram: Occupancy Sensor




    Wiring Diagram: Alarm Panel



  • Specifications
    Manufacturer Intuitous Inc
    Manufacturer Product No. ECC-CSO
    UPC 627843182245
    Dimensions L 4.5in x W 4.5in x H 1.88in
    Weight 0.3 lbs
    For Use With Commercial HVAC systems
    Supply Voltage 18-28 VAC
    18-30 VDC
    Supply Current 67mA @ 24 VAC
    Microprocessor Speed 1 Mhz
    Onboard Memory 8 KB flash (non-volatile)
    Relays 3 - heating, cooling and lighting
    Relay Contacts 2A @ 30 VAC, SPST- NO form A
    Programmed Logic 1 Occupancy / temperature heating setback
    Programmed Logic 2 Occupancy / temperature cooling setback
    Programmed Logic 3 Daytime restore (optional 6-8 hour timer)
    Programmed Logic 4 Long term setback (18 hours)
    Programmed Logic 5 Restart delays (3 minute heat/cool)
    Programmed Logic 6 Lighting with exit delay
    Temperature Sensing Thermistor +/- 2°F
    Input 1 Security away PGM neg. trigger
    Input 2 PIR loop neg. trigger
    Mounting Location HVAC unit, wall, T-bar ceiling
    Operating Temperature -20°C - 50°C
    4°F - 122°F


    Terminal Connections - Inputs
    1 PIR The PIR input can be connected to the output from a standard security system motion sensor (or loop of sensors) to advise the controller when the space is occupied/unoccupied. Internal controller logic will assume the space is unoccupied when no human presence has been detected for greater than 30 minutes. The GND connection on the motion sensor must be connected to the Aux - connection on the controller
    2 PGM1 The PGM output from the security panel that is programmed for AWAY must be connected to the PGM1 terminal. This input should be low (GND) when the security panel is ARMED and +12VDC when the space is occupied
    3
    4
    Aux +
    Aux -
    The Aux terminals provide a 12VDC output that can be used to power an input device or devices such as standard security motion sensors. The Aux- terminal can also be connected through a set of dry contacts (from another system such as a BAS) back into the PGM1 terminal to initiate setback
    5
    6
    T
    T
    The temperature probe (or thermistor) that was supplied with the controller must be connected to the 't' terminals. The length of the thermistor leads may be extended up to 20 feet using standard thermostat or security cable


    Terminal Connections - HVAC and Lighting
    Terminal # Terminal Label Terminal Function
    1
    2
    W
    W
    The 2 "W" terminals provide a normally closed connection through an electronic relay. When the controller enters heating setback, it opens the connection and prevents the heating system from running. These terminals are designed for low voltage 24 VAC control ONLY. Contacts are rated for 2.0A @ 24Vac
    3
    4
    Y
    Y
    The 2 "Y" terminals provide a normally closed connection through an electronic relay. When the controller enters cooling setback, it opens the connection and prevents the air conditioner from running. These terminals are designed for low voltage 24 VAC control ONLY. Contacts are rated for 2.0A @ 24VAC
    5
    6
    L
    L
    The 2 "L" terminals provide a normally closed connection through an electronic relay. When the controller invokes lighting conservation, it opens the connection and turns off the lighting load. These terminals are designed for low voltage 24 VAC control ONLY. Contacts are rated for 2.0A @ 24VAC. An isolation relay is required to control the actual lighting load
    7
    8
    R
    C
    The Intuitous Controller requires 18-28VAC supply (67mA @ 24Vac). This load should be easy to provide from most HVAC systems, however the supply and load side of the Intuitous controller are optically isolated, so any 24VAC/VDC supply will suffice. Note that the Intuitous Controller can also provide 12VDC output power for a motion sensor loop. When the 12VDC output is used, the current draw of the controller will exceed 67mA

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