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Daikin air-conditioning systems in combination with the intelligent Touch Controller (iTC) or the intelligent Touch Manager (iTM) allow for remote control and supervision, via Ethernet communication, of the whole framework.

This driver is compatible with iTC and iTM modules respectively compliant with the DCS007A51 and DCM007A51 http protocol.

Note The HTTP license provided by Daikin is required.

Daikin Configuration

In order to be able to control the system with HSYCO some initial configuration is needed:

iTC

  • From the main screen, press the 'S' button:

IO Servers Daikin Interface1.png


  • Select System:

IO Servers Daikin Interface2.png


  • Select Network and press Execute:

IO Servers Daikin Interface3.png


  • Configure the network settings:

IO Servers Daikin Interface4.png


  • Go back to the System Settings page, select Web Server and press Execute:

IO Servers Daikin Interface5.png


  • Set the port number of the Web server:

IO Servers Daikin Interface6.png

iTM

  • From the main screen, press the 'Menu List' button:

IO Servers Daikin iTM1.png


  • On the 'System Settings' tab of the Menu List screen, touch the 'Network' button:

IO Servers Daikin iTM2.png


  • Configure the network settings:

IO Servers Daikin iTM3.png


  • On the Network screen, touch the Web I/F Server button:

IO Servers Daikin iTM4.png


  • Set the port number of the Web I/F Server:

IO Servers Daikin iTM5.png

System Architecture

The system can handle devices of the following typologies: HRV, VRV, D3Dio, and D3Di. The driver allows to address each device individually, or grouped by type, or as a whole system. The following image shows a simple system configuration:

IO Servers Daikin Architecture.png

Depending on the type of the device, different settings can be monitored and/or set.

The following table shows the items that can be monitored (M) and set (S) for each type:

Item VRV HRV D3Dio D3Di
Power status M/S M/S M/S M
Operation mode M/S -- -- --
Ventilation modes and level -- M/S -- --
Suction temperature M -- -- --
Set-point temperature M/S -- -- --
Fan speed and direction M/S -- -- --
Filter signal M/S -- -- --
Malfunction status and code M M M M

HSYCO Configuration

Add a DAIKIN I/O Server in the I/O Servers section of the Settings and set its parameters:

Communication

  • IP Address: IP address set on the iTC/iTM
  • IP Port: TCP/IP port set on the iTC/iTM.

High Availability

  • Shutdown when inactive: defaults to true.

Options

ID Default Values Description
gui true true enable support for the UI object, UISET actions and USER commands
false disable UI support
startupevents false true generate IO events also during the driver’s start-up phase
false start generating events only after HSYCO is aligned with the current status of the system
pollinterval 20 n > 0 the data acquisition interval, in seconds

Datapoints

ID Value R/W Description
connection online R connection established to the device
offline R HSYCO can’t connect to the device
power 0 R the whole system is off
W turn all devices off
1 R at least one device is on
W turn all devices off
<type>.power 0 R all devices of the specified type are off
W turn all devices of the specified type off
1 R at least one device of the specified type is on
W turn all devices of the specified type on
<n>.power 0 R the addressed device is off
W turn the device off
1 R the addressed device is on
W turn the device on
unknown R the power state of the device is not known
opmode
<n>.opmode
<type>.opmode
heat
cool
fan
dependent
dry
R the operation mode of the target is set to the specified value [Note 1]
W set the operation mode of the target to the specified value
auto W set the operation mode of the target to the specified value
ventilation
auto-heat
auto-cool
R the operation mode of the target is set to the specified value [Note 1]
unknown R the operation mode of the device is not known
vent.mode
<n>.vent.mode
<type>.vent.mode
auto
exchange
bypass
R the ventilation mode of the target is set to the specified value[Note 1]
W set the ventilation mode of the target to the specified value
unknown R the ventilation mode of the device is not known
vent.level
<n>.vent.level
<type>.vent.level
auto
low
high
R the ventilation of the target is set to the specified value [Note 1]
W set the ventilation level of the target to the specified value
switch W switch the ventilation level cycling among the values low, high, and auto
unknown R the ventilation level of the device is not known
vent.freshup
<n>.vent.freshup
<type>.vent.freshup
0 R the ventilation fresh up option is disabled [Note 1]
W disable the ventilation fresh up option
1 R the ventilation fresh up option is enabled [Note 1]
W enable the ventilation fresh up option
unknown R the ventilation fresh up setting of the device is not known
setpoint
<n>.setpoint
<type>.setpoint
<val> R the set-point temperature of the target is <val> (expressed in °C/10)[Note 1]
W set the set-point temperature to <val> (in °C/10)
up W increase the set-point temperature of 0.5 °C
down W decrease the set-point temperature of 0.5 °C
<n>.temp <val> R the measured temperature from the target is <val> (expressed in °C/10)
fan.speed
<n>.fan.speed
<type>.fan.speed
low
mid
high
auto
R the fan speed of the target is set to the specified value[Note 1]
W set the fan speed to the specified value
switch W switch the fan speed cycling among the values low, mid, and high
unknown R the fan speed is not known
fan.direction
<n>.fan.direction
<type>.fan.direction
0 ... 4 R the fan direction is set to the specified level[Note 1]
W set the fan direction to the specified level
swing R the fan is in swing mode[Note 1]
W set the fan in swing mode
switch W switch the fan mode cycling among 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, and swing
unknown R the fan direction is not known
<n>.filter.sign 0 R the filter signal is not active on the device
1 R the filter signal is active on the device
<n>.setpoint.enabled 0 R the set point is disabled
1 R the set point is enabled
<n>.temp.enabled 0 R the temperature measurement is disabled
1 R the temperature measurement is enabled
error
<n>.error
0 R the target is working properly
1 R an error has been detected
<n>.error.code <xx> R the specified error code is reported (if <ioserver_id>.<n>.error = 1)

Note 1 

Events concerning a group of devices (i.e. broadcast and type-related events) assume the value of the last updated device in the group. That is, for instance, if all VRVs are in operation mode “cool” and only one of them is changed to “heat” then the event <ioserver_id>.vrv.opmode = heat will trigger.

User Interface

UISET Actions

ID Attribute Set to
connection.label visible true when the device appears offline, false otherwise
power value shows the status of the system: ON: at least one AC is on; OFF: all devices are off
<type>.power value shows the status of the specified type-group: ON: at least one AC of the specified type is on; OFF: all devices of the specified type are off
<n>.power value shows the status of the addressed device: ON, OFF
power.label.on
<n>.power.label.on
<type>.power.label.on
visible true when the addressed target is on, false otherwise
power.label.off
<n>.power.label.off
<type>.power.label.off"
visible true when the addressed target is off, false otherwise
setpoint
<n>.setpoint
<type>.setpoint
value shows the set-point temperature in °C
temp
<n>.temp
<type>.temp
value shows the measured temperature in °C
opmode.label.<mode>
<n>.opmode.label.MODE
<type>.opmode.label.<mode>
visible true when the operation mode of the target is set to the specified mode, false otherwise. The possible values for <mode> are: fan, heat, cool, dependent, dry, auto-heat, and auto-cool
vent.mode.label.MODE
<n>.vent.mode.label.MODE
<type>.vent.mode.label.<mode>
visible true when the ventilation mode of the target is set to the specified mode, false otherwise. The possible values for <mode> are: auto, exchange, and bypass
vent.level.label.<val>
<n>.vent.level.label.VAL
<type>.vent.level.label.<val>
visible true when the ventilation level of the target is set to the specified value, false otherwise. The possible values for <val> are: low, high, and auto
vent.freshup.label.on
<n>.vent.freshup.label.on
<type>.vent.freshup.label.on
visible true when the ventilation fresh up option is enabled, false otherwise
vent.freshup.label.off
<n>.vent.freshup.label.off
<type>.vent.freshup.label.off
visible true when the ventilation fresh up option is disabled, false otherwise.
fan.speed.label.<val>
<n>.fan.speed.label.<val>
<type>.fan.speed.label.<val>
visible true when the fan speed of the target is set to the specified value, false otherwise. The possible values for <val> are: low, mid, high and auto
fan.direction.label.<val>
<n>.fan.direction.label.VAL
<type>.fan.direction.label.<val>
visible true when the fan direction of the target is set to the specified value, false otherwise. The possible values for <val> are: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 and swing
error.label
<n>.error.label
visible true when the system/device is in an error state, false otherwise
<n>.filter.sign.label visible true when the filter signal of the device is active, false otherwise

USER Commands

The Daikin I/O Server supports a few system commands to be inserted within the Web interface. The controls are directly supported as ordinary user objects, by setting the name and param fields according to the corresponding datapoints table.

For instance, setting the name of a user object to “dkn.1.power” and its param field to “on”, will result in having a switch for the device with address 1. Naming it “dkn.1.opmode” with a valid working mode as param (e.g. “heat” or “cold”) will result in a button for setting the mode of the device.

Release Notes

3.6.0

  • added support for iTM

3.0.0

  • initial release


Daikin and intelligent Touch Controller are registered trademarks of Daikin Corp.