The introduction of the GeniSys™ control system has been well received by the field. To unlock the power of the GeniSys™ control, the GeniSys™ Contractor Tool has been made available to the technician. It can retrieve the data to help solve problems and reduce time on the job. There are a few important facts to consider when using the Contractor Tool.
The tool is specifically designed for use on the Beckett GeniSys™ control. Do not attempt to use it on other brands of controls. The Tool communicates the current status and last fifteen cycles of history for ease of diagnosis. It also allows the contractor to program pre-time and post-time delay intervals, making the GeniSys™ a universal control.
- The Contractor Tool is designed to access the data through the COM port 1 or COM port 2 of the GeniSys™ control, which are 4 pin connectors. (See Figure 2)
- Note: The installation of the cord is position-sensitive and must be inserted with the “UP” on top when using COM port 1. (See Figure 3) If the optional COM port 2 is used, the “UP” is to be positioned to the inside of the control. (See Figure 4)
- The GeniSys 12VDC control COM port can be accessed at the bottom of the control. The “UP” is to be positioned towards the terminals. (See Figure 6)
NOTICE: This tool is NOT designed for use on any Non-GeniSys Control or Equipment. (See Figure 4) Non-intended use can cause damage to the Contractor Tool or the control being tested, may potentially alter control or system operation, and will not be covered under Beckett’s warranty.
GeniSys™ Communication Ports COM 1 & 2.
Tool cord set in COM port 1 with “UP” toward top of control.
Tool cord set in optional COM port 2 with “UP” toward the inside of the control.
GeniSys™ 12VDC control.
Tool inserted into 12VDC control COM port with “UP” towards the terminals.
DO NOT connect Contractor Tool to any other brand controls. Note that this is a 3 pin connector, not compatible with the GeniSys™ 4 pin system.
DO NOT use Contractor Tool on any Non – GeniSys controls