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See moreDo more. Facility Explorer Legacy FX Field Controller Wish List Requested Feature/Enhancement 2 Our New FX Programmable Controller Line Upload capability supported on all controllers Networkable sensors for all controllers Addressable sensors (for averaging or hi/low select applications) VAV controller with discharge air
temperature and CO2 sensing More Analog Outputs on controllers More standard applications (like dual duct VAV, chiller plants) Re-using application code across device types View real-time data on application canvas during commissioning Johnson Controls FX-PC Series
Programmable Controller Family Introduction 3 Facility Explorer FX-PC Series Programmable Controllers Role in the Facility Explorer System Architecture Monitor and operate a wide variety of HVAC equipment Central plants (chilled water and hot water systems) Air handling units Packaged equipment (rooftop units, heat pumps) Terminal units (VAV boxes, fan coil units, unit ventilators) Miscellaneous (exhaust fans, supplemental heating) Networked together to communicate and exchange information: with the FX Supervisory Controllers with each other Peer-to-Peer (optional) 4
Johnson Controls Facility Explorer Features Common to All FX-PC Series Programmable Controllers Single Programming & Commissioning Tool: Unified programming & commissioning tool for all models and types of FX-PC Programmable Controllers Single tool used for all required controller interaction: Programming Simulating Uploading and Downloading Commissioning controllers Upgrading firmware Troubleshooting 5 Johnson Controls Facility Explorer Features Common to All FX-PC Series Programmable Controllers Fully Programmable or Configurable:
Includes a full library of Johnson Controls-designed and tested control modules and logic Allows you to create custom applications for unique control requirements Programming tool also provides a System Selection Wizard Allows you to quickly create standard applications for most common control requirements (configurable) Check-the-box, question & answer style Standard systems are built using the same factory-designed and -tested control modules and logic blocks And are editable Side Loop Wizard Used for quickly adding auxiliary control logic 6 Johnson Controls Facility Explorer Features Common to All FX-PC Series Programmable Controllers Advanced Control Technologies State-Based Control
Ensures that only the specified control logic for any given state is executed Avoids control inefficiencies (for example, simultaneous heating and cooling is prevented) Processor utilization is optimized (speeds processing time) Control response is optimized per state Avoids sluggishness and over cycling by using different tuning parameters per state Faster, more precise commissioning Technician can simply select the state to commission Continuous Adaptive Control (using PRAC+, PMAC, PVDC) Continuously monitors and adjusts tuning parameters based on present and past conditions Handles unmeasured load or process disturbances Automatically adjusts to seasonal and setpoint changes 7 Johnson Controls Facility Explorer Features Common to All FX-PC Series Programmable Controllers Field Controller (FC) Bus: Used for communication between the FX-PC Controllers and the FX Supervisory Controllers Also used for Peer-to-Peer communication
BACnet MS/TP Master (ASHRAE Standard Protocol) FX-PC Controllers are BTL tested and listed as a B-ASC (Application Specific Controller) to ensure interoperability 8 Johnson Controls BACnet MS/TP FC Bus Facility Explorer Features Common to All FX-PC Series Programmable Controllers Flexible Inputs and Outputs: FX-PC line consists of controller models with different combinations of onboard inputs and outputs Usage of universal inputs and configurable outputs Provides analog and binary type I/O capability using the same hardware channel Network Sensors and Expansion Input/Output Modules may be added to the FX-PC Controllers to
increase I/O capacity 9 Johnson Controls Facility Explorer Features Common to All FX-PC Series Programmable Controllers Sensor and Actuator (SA) Bus: Enables communication between the FX-PC Controller and a variety of networked devices: SA Bus Room Sensors Expansion Input/Output Modules 10
Johnson Controls Duct Sensors Local Display Variable Speed Drive Tool Interface Facility Explorer Features Common to All FX-PC Series Programmable Controllers Sensor and Actuator (SA) Bus: BACnet MS/TP Slave SA Bus Device Capacity: No more than 10: Actual # is dependent on power usage of the specific SA Bus device SA Bus Distance Limits: 365m (1,200 ft.) maximum bus length for independently-powered devices 152m (500 ft.) maximum between NS Sensor and host FX-PC controller using screw
terminals 30m (100 ft.) maximum between NS Sensor and host FX-PC controller using RJ terminal 11 Johnson Controls Facility Explorer Features Common to All FX-PC Series Programmable Controllers Wireless Field Bus & Sensing Option: Provides wireless mesh networking at multiple levels in the system Between FX-PC Programmable Controllers and FX Supervisory Controller FX Supervisory Controller FX-ZFR1811 Router A FC Bus
Between FX-PC Programmable Controllers and FX-WRZ Wireless Sensors FX-ZFR1810 Coordinator FX-WRZ Wireless Sensor A Supports hybrid wired + wireless architecture for maximum installation flexibility FX-PCG No special controllers required FX-PCV Modular components are field-added to FX-PCs to make them wirelessly communicate FX-PCV
FX-WRZ Wireless Sensor B1 FX-PCG FX-ZFR1811 Router B FX-WRZ Wireless Sensor B3 FX-PCX FX-WRZ Wireless Sensor B4 Wireless, battery-powered sensors 12 Johnson Controls FX-WRZ Wireless Sensor B2 FX-ZFR1811 Router C Facility Explorer
Features Common to All FX-PC Series Programmable Controllers One-to-One Wireless Sensing Option: Provides only wireless sensing (no mesh) Between FX-WRZ Wireless Room Sensors and FX-PC controllers SA Bus FX-WRZ Wireless Sensor 13 Johnson Controls FX-WRZ7850 Receiver FX-PCV Facility Explorer FX-PC Series Programmable Controller Family Members
Optimized for Controlling VAV Boxes Fully integrated assembly for simplified mounting & wiring Small digital controller Two versions: Cooling only Cooling with reheat and/or fan control 2 SA Bus ports 1 FC Bus port Color-coded wiring terminals Actuator 4 Nm, non-spring return, 60 second stroke time Pressure transducer Consistent air flow readings with minimal drift Color-coded flow pickup tubes Requires only minimal auto-zero calibration 16 Johnson Controls Facility Explorer FX-PCV Programmable VAV Box Controllers Feature
VAV Boxes with reheat and/or fan control Intended Application 17 Johnson Controls Facility Explorer FX-PCV Programmable VAV Box Controllers Common Uses for FX-PCVs Sensor and Actuator (SA) Bus: SA Bus Expansion I/O Modules (for dual duct or slaved box applications) Room Sensors
Duct Sensors Balancing Tool Interface 18 Johnson Controls Tool Interface Local Display FX-PCG General Purpose Programmable Controllers 19 Facility Explorer FX-PCG General Purpose Programmable Controllers
Flexible and Scalable for Wider Range of Applications Four models FX-PCG16: 10 total I/O (with or without integral display/keypad) FX-PCG26: 17 total I/O (with or without integral display/keypad) 2 FC Bus ports 2 SA Bus ports Optional, integral display/keypad for local user interface DIN rail mounting clips Integral mounting holes for surface mounting Color coded wiring terminals Prevent mis-wiring 20 Johnson Controls Facility Explorer FX-PCG General Purpose Programmable Controllers Feature FX-PCG1611
FX-PCG1621 FX-PCG2611 FX-PCG2621 Universal Inputs 0-10 VDC or 4-20 mA linear 0-2000 ohm linear Nickel sensor curve Platinum sensor curve Silicon sensor curve Thermistor sensor curve Dry contact maintained (binary) 2 2 6 6
24 VAC/0.5 A triacs (binary) 0-10 VDC (analog) 4 4 4 4 Analog Outputs 0-10 VDC 4-20 mA 0 0 2 2 Total I/O
10 10 17 17 Integral Display/Keypad No Yes No Yes Facility Explorer FX-PCG General Purpose Programmable Controllers Common Uses for FX-PCGs Sensor/Actuator (SA) Bus:
SA Bus Room Sensors Expansion Input/Output Modules Johnson Controls Local Display Variable Speed Drive Tool Interface 22 Duct Sensors
FX-PCX Expansion Input/Output Modules 23 Facility Explorer FX-PCX Expansion Input & Output Modules Expands I/O Capacity for FX-PCGs and FX-PCVs Have no internal control logic capability Four models with various I/O counts and mixes Shares common design with FX-PCGs DIN rail mounting clips Color coded wiring terminals 24 Johnson Controls Facility Explorer FX-PCX Expansion Input/Output Modules Feature 25
FX-PCX1711 FX-PCX2711 FX-PCX3711 FX-PCX4711 Universal Inputs 0-10 VDC or 4-20 mA linear 0-2000 ohm linear Nickel sensor curve Platinum sensor curve Silicon sensor curve Thermistor sensor curve Dry contact maintained (binary) 0 2 4
Analog Outputs 0-10 VDC 4-20 mA 0 0 0 2 Universal Outputs 0-10 VDC (analog) 4-20 mA (analog) 24 VAC/DC FET (binary) 0 2 4 0
Total I/O 4 6 12 17 Modular Accessories 26 NS Series Network Sensors 27 Facility Explorer NS Network Sensors Connect on SA Bus of FX-PC Controller
Provides inputs to the FX-PC Controller without using onboard I/O channels Types: Room Sensors Attractively styled enclosures for wall or flat surface mounting Fan Speed Control Pushbutton LCD Display 80 x 80 mm or 120 x 80 mm Temperature only, temperature & humidity, or CO 2 level sensing Optional onboard controls for occupants to adjust their comfort demands Addressable for averaging or hi/low select (up to 4 per FX-PC controller) Include a convenient, tool access port F/C Button 28
Johnson Controls Dial for either warmer/cooler or setpoint adjustment Facility Explorer NS Network Sensors Types (continued): Flush-mount wall sensor Temperature only sensing Stainless steel face plate Thermally isolated from wall Addressable (up to 4 per FX-PC controller) Duct-mountable temperature sensors Designed for discharge or supply air temperature sensing 4 in. or 8 in. probe Addressable (up to 8 per FX-PC controller) 29
Johnson Controls FX-DIS Local Controller Display 30 Facility Explorer FX-DIS Local Controller Display Provides local user interface to FX-PCG or FX-PCV Monitor input and output points View system status Adjust setpoints Issue commands Change occupancy Remote Mountable via SA bus Front panel door mounting Includes service port (SA/FC Bus) Not available on FX-PCG models with integral display
31 Johnson Controls Facility Explorer FX-DIS Local Controller Display Display Features: At-a-glance system status Backlit LCD with user configured timeout 4 lines x 20 characters LCD Selectable points and parameters Tactile-feel keypad Menu-based navigation Customized user preferences (time/date format, password timeout) Password protection 32 Johnson Controls FX-ATV VAV Box
Balancing Tool 33 Facility Explorer FX-ATV VAV Balancing Tool Convenient, Portable VAV Balancing Tool Allows user to easily view, adjust, and set the required parameters for VAV applications running in the FX-PC dP offset actual flow and flow setpoints autocalibrate box gain (K factor) Balancing parameters are displayed on the tools LCD Menu based navigation using the dial and pushbuttons Menus are customized based on the application residing in the PC Adjustable time-out automatically returns the controller to normal mode Can plug into service port on the NS for convenient access (no ladder required) Compatible with FX-PCVs and FX-PCGs running a VAV application 34
Johnson Controls FX-ZFR Wireless Field Bus System 35 Facility Explorer FX-ZFR Wireless Field Bus System Provides Wireless Networking At Multiple Levels in the System Between FX-PC Programmable Controllers and FX Supervisory Controller Between FX-PC Programmable Controllers and FX-WRZ Wireless Sensors Supports hybrid wired + wireless architecture for maximum installation flexibility FX Supervisory Controller
FX-ZFR1811 Router A FC Bus Wireless, battery-powered sensors 36 Johnson Controls FX-ZFR1810 Coordinator FX-WRZ Wireless Sensor A FX-PCG FX-WRZ Wireless Sensor B1 No special controllers required Modular components are field-added to FX-PCs to make them wirelessly communicate
FX-PCV FX-PCV FX-PCG FX-ZFR1811 Router B FX-WRZ Wireless Sensor B2 FX-WRZ Wireless Sensor B3 FX-PCX FX-WRZ Wireless Sensor B4 FX-ZFR1811 Router C Facility Explorer FX-ZFR Wireless Field Bus System Wireless Technology ZigBee Wireless Mesh
IEEE 802.15.4 physical layer Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum Technology Reliable communications Does not interfere with other wireless systems (and vice versa) Data is undecipherable white noise for non-802.15.4 radios (Wi-Fi) Uses quiet Wi-Fi channels Transmits using extremely low power levels (10mW) The Power of Mesh Redundant network transmission paths Self-forming and Self-healing Wireless Personal Area Networks (PANs) Used for subnetting 37 Johnson Controls Facility Explorer FX-ZFR Wireless Field Bus System Architecture Example FX Supervisory Controller FX-PCV
FX-ZFR1811 Router A BACnet MS/TP FC Bus FX-ZFR1810 Coordinator FX-WRZ Wireless Sensor A FX-PCG NS Net Sensor FX-WRZ Wireless Sensor B1 SA Bus FX-PCV NS Net Sensor
FX-PCG FX-ZFR1811 Router B SA Bus FX-WRZ Wireless Sensor B2 FX-WRZ Wireless Sensor B3 FX-PCX FX-WRZ Wireless Sensor B4 38 Johnson Controls FX-ZFR1811 Router C Facility Explorer
FX-ZFR1810 Wireless Field Bus System Coordinator Role in the Wireless Architecture Provides a wireless interface to wired BACnet MS/TP Communicates to wireless-enabled FX-PC Controllers (via their Wireless Routers) Starts the wireless network 39 Johnson Controls Facility Explorer FX-ZFR1811 Wireless Field Bus System Router Role in the Wireless Architecture Plugs into FX-PC Controller Provides wireless interface between FX-PC Controllers and FX-ZFR1810 Wireless Coordinator and FX-WRZ Wireless Sensors Creates the mesh by routing data (BACnet messages) Can also be used as a repeater
To fill in transmission gaps Powered by 15 VDC From the FX-PC Controllers FC Bus or SA Bus when acting as a router From the FX-ZFRRPT accessory when acting as a repeater FX-ZFRRPT Accessory 40 Johnson Controls Facility Explorer FX-WRZ Wireless Sensors Role in the Wireless Architecture Provides sensed information wirelessly to the wireless-enabled FX-PC Controller (e.g. FX-PCG with a FX-ZFR1811 attached) Sleeping node Does not route Transmits every 60 seconds Extends battery life
Types Wall-Mountable Room Sensors Temperature only or temperature & humidity sensing Onboard controls (setpoint adjustment, LCD, fan speed override button, etc.) 4 to 5 year battery life uses off-the-shelf AA batteries 41 Johnson Controls Cold Storage Sensor External temperature probe -40 C to +35 C operation Eliminates manual temperature recording in medical applications Facility Explorer FX-ZFR Wireless Field Bus System Signal Transmission Details Wireless Field Bus Transmission Distance FX-ZFR1800 Coordinator & FX-ZFR1811 Router
FX-WRZ Sensor Mesh Application Maximum 250 ft. (76.2m) 100 ft. (30m) Average 50 ft. (15.2m) 50 ft. (15.2m) Routers can also be used as repeaters to extend transmission distance Systems can communicate between floors (but 1 coordinator/floor is recommended) All wireless devices include onboard diagnostics: FX-ZFR1800 Wireless Coordinator LED displays wireless signal strength, activity, and overall wireless network status FX-ZFR1811 Router LED displays signal strength and activity FX-WRZ Wireless Sensors LED displays signal strength (or on LCD), activity, and low battery condition
FX-WRZSST Site Survey Tool: Helps identify potential locations for wireless devices and signal strength between devices. 42 Johnson Controls One-to-One Wireless Sensing System 43 Facility Explorer One-to-One Wireless Sensing System Provides Wireless Sensing Only One-to-One relationship between the FX-WRZ Wireless Sensor and the FX-PC controller Uses similar technology as FX-ZFR Wireless Field Bus System FX-PCV SA Bus FX-WRZ
Wireless Sensor FX-WRZ7850 Receiver ZigBee: except its not a mesh, but a one-to-one system Uses same FX-WRZ Wireless Sensors as the FX-ZFR Wireless Field Bus System FX-WRZ1811 Router can be used as a repeater to extend transmission and fill in gaps Does not interfere with FZ-ZFR Wireless Field Bus System (uses different PANs) Main difference: uses FX-WRZ7850 Wireless Receiver to interface the sensor to controller 44 Johnson Controls FX-ZFR1811 Router used as a Repeater
FX-PCG SA Bus FX-WRZ Wireless Sensor FX-WRZ7850 Receiver Facility Explorer FX-WRZ7850 Wireless Receiver Role in the One-to-One Wireless Room Sensing System Architecture Receive wireless data messages from FX-WRZ Wireless Sensors and communicates that data to the SA bus of the FX-PC Controller One-to-one relationship One FX-WRZ7850 Receiver per FX-PC Controller Up to 5 FX-WRZ Wireless Sensors per Receiver (for averaging, hi/low select) FX-WRZ Wireless Sensor FX-WRZ Wireless Sensor
FX-WRZ Wireless Sensor SA Bus FX-WRZ Wireless Sensor 45 Johnson Controls FX-WRZ Wireless Sensor FX-WRZ7850 Receiver FX-PCV Facility Explorer One-to-One Wireless Sensing System Transmission Details
One-to-One Wireless Transmission Distance Maximum 150 ft. (45m) Average 100 ft. (30m) FX-ZFR1811 Routers can be used as repeaters to extend transmission distance All wireless devices include onboard diagnostics FX-WRZ7850 Receiver has 2 LEDs to display RF signal and SA Bus status FX-WRZ Wireless Sensors LCD (or LED on non-LCD models) displays signal strength, activity, and low battery condition FX-WRZSST Site Survey Tool: Helps identify potential locations for wireless devices and signal strength between devices. 46 Johnson Controls
Facility Explorer Wireless Benefits Wireless Overcomes Many Obstacles/Nuisances Related to Hard Wiring Certain building types: Buildings with walls made of brick, concrete, marble, granite, or glass Buildings with frequent tenant turnover or changes in use Historic buildings Certain retrofit project types: Upgrading buildings with pneumatic controls to digital Retrofitting an existing DDC system whose existing network wiring is different than what is required by our FC Bus Network wiring nuisances: Short detection Ground loops Lightening strikes EOL location determination Locating problematic nodes How much does it cost to move a wired room sensor?
47 Johnson Controls FX-PCT Programming & Commissioning Tool 48 Facility Explorer FX-PCT Programming/Commissioning Tool Single Tool for All Needed Functions Programming Creating the control logic that defines the FX-PC controllers sequence of operation Simulating Verify the control logic operates as expected before downloading Commissioning Downloading applications to target FX-PC controllers Checking out the control logic while it is live Uploading applications
Upgrading firmware 49 Johnson Controls Facility Explorer FX-PCT Programming/Commissioning Tool Programming Flexibility Supports multiple programming methods for all skill levels Standard System Selection Wizard Sideloop Wizard Custom Programming 50 Johnson Controls Facility Explorer FX-PCT Programming/Commissioning Tool System Selection Wizard Provides programmers of all skill levels
with a method to quickly engineer a control application Provides drop-down lists and check boxes for selecting: Mechanical equipment type (e.g. air handling unit) Equipment configuration (e.g. mixed air single duct) Control logic options (e.g. temperature control strategy, economizer suitability strategy, etc.) Optional sensors, monitoring switches, etc. 51 Johnson Controls Facility Explorer FX-PCT Programming/Commissioning Tool Sideloop Wizard Provides programmers of all skill levels with a method to quickly add additional, custom control logic to the main control
application Check-the-box style programming (similar to System Selection Wizard) Sideloop Types: Feedback control Simple reset (span) PI loop Analog to binary control Binary interlock control 52 Johnson Controls Facility Explorer FX-PCT Programming/Commissioning Tool Custom Programming Provides skilled programmers with the ability to: Modify applications which were initially created using the System Selection Wizard Create brand new custom applications
Graphical canvas and table-based programming views Includes a full set of JCI-designed and tested control modules and logic blocks Control Modules Setpoint calculators State generators Output controllers Logic Blocks Boolean (AND, OR, NOT, XOR, reliability) Calculation (EWMA, span, totalization) Compare (<, >, =, ) Control (PID, PRAC, PMAC, PVDC) Math (+, -, x, ^, SIN, Abs Value, SQRT) Psychometric (enthalpy, dew point, free cooling available, wet bulb) Statistical (average, min, max) 53 Johnson Controls Facility Explorer
FX-PCT Programming/Commissioning Tool 54 Johnson Controls Facility Explorer FX-PCT Programming/Commissioning Tool 55 Johnson Controls Facility Explorer FX-PCT Programming/Commissioning Tool 56 Johnson Controls Facility Explorer FX-PCT Programming/Commissioning Tool 57
Johnson Controls Facility Explorer FX-PCT Programming/Commissioning Tool 58 Johnson Controls Facility Explorer FX-PCT Programming/Commissioning Tool 59 Johnson Controls Facility Explorer FX-PCT Programming/Commissioning Tool 60 Johnson Controls
Facility Explorer FX-PCT Programming/Commissioning Tool 61 Johnson Controls Facility Explorer FX-PCT Programming/Commissioning Tool Dual Application View Application View Provides a dashboard-style visualization of the application and its components Categories (organized flowing left to right) Inputs (onboard, network, miscellaneous) Setpoint/Miscellaneous State Generation Output Control Outputs (onboard, network, miscellaneous) Provides a Parameters & Connections window for viewing and editing 62
Johnson Controls Logic View Provides a 3-paned view of the application and its components navigation tree showing categories and their modules a graphical programming canvas showing the all control modules, logic blocks, and connections palette containing logic blocks available for use in the programming Facility Explorer FX-PCT Application View 63 Johnson Controls Facility Explorer FX-PCT Programming/Commissioning Tool
Simulation Offline check-out mode used to ensure proper application operation before on-site/online commissioning Initial settings: Set the starting values Set the simulation speed (1-5 times real time) Time delays on BOs Actuator stroke times Capabilities available during Simulation: Command values Modify parameters during simulation View connections and logic See how the application behaves Show output involvement (what is currently affecting an output) 64 Johnson Controls Facility Explorer FX-PCT Programming/Commissioning Tool Commissioning
Online mode used to: Download application to or upload application from controller(s) Upgrade controller firmware View actual data from the connected controller Make desired changes according to actual control performance offsets COVs polarity parameters Perform a VAV box flow test 65 Johnson Controls Facility Explorer FX-PCT Programming/Commissioning Tool Interfaces Provide a Connection Between FX-PCT Tool and FX-PC Controllers for: Uploading/downloading applications Upgrading controller firmware Commissioning controllers Types:
FX-BTCVT Bluetooth Commissioning Converter Well suited for local access FX Supervisory Controller (FX20/FX60/FX70) with BACnet Routing enabled Well suited for remote access 66 Johnson Controls Facility Explorer FX-PCT Programming/Commissioning Tool Interface Types FX-BTCVT Bluetooth Commissioning Converter Provides a local, wireless connection between a laptop running FX-PCT Tool and the FX-PC Controllers (via FC Bus or SA bus) FX-PCG FX-PCX Portable Uses Bluetooth wireless technology FX-BTCVT
FX-PCV Bluetooth Wireless Transmissions Typical Range: 30 ft.(10m) Line of Sight Range: 200 ft. (61m) FX-PCT Tool running on PC with embedded Bluetooth or with external Bluetooth/USB adapter 67 Johnson Controls FX-BTCVT Facility Explorer FX-PCT Programming/Commissioning Tool Interface Types FX Supervisory Controller (FX20/FX60/FX70) with BACnet Routing Enabled Provides a remote, hardwire connection between laptop running FX-PCT and FC Bus Routes BACnet/IP (Ethernet) to BACnet MS/TP Ethernet LAN or VPN (BACnet/IP) FX Supervisory
Controller with BACnet routing enabled FX-PCT Tool FC Bus (BACnet MS/TP) FX-PCV 68 Johnson Controls FX-PCG FX-PC Integration Into FX Supervisory Controller 69 Facility Explorer FX Supervisory Controller Integration
Via BACnet MS/TP FX Supervisory Controller FX-PCV FC Bus is BACnet MS/TP FX-ZFR1811 Router A As is the wired-side of FX-ZFR1810 Wireless Coordinator FC Bus: BACnet MS/TP FX Workbenchs Assisted Import Wizard Keys off of the *.caf file exported from the FX-PCT Programming &
Commissioning Tool Automates: Creating proxy points FX-ZFR1810 Coordinator FX-WRZ Wireless Sensor A FX-PCG NS Net Sensor FX-WRZ Wireless Sensor B1 SA Bus FX-PCV NS Net Sensor FX-PCG FX-ZFR1811
Router B SA Bus FX-WRZ Wireless Sensor B3 FX-PCX Creating graphics Adding point extensions 70 Johnson Controls FX-WRZ Wireless Sensor B2 FX-WRZ Wireless Sensor B4 FX-ZFR1811 Router C
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