Rinnai MC 91 1A User manual

Rinnai
Installation and User Manual
for
Controllers
BC 70 2A
MC 70 2A
MC 91 1A
TEMPERATURE CONTROLLERS - GENERAL
When deciding on the best position for the temperature controls, the following points
should be taken into account.
•
Fit the controls out of reach of children. (suggested height from the floor 1.5m)
•
Avoid positions where the controllers will become hot e.g. near stoves, ovens
and heaters.
•
If possible, avoid exposure to direct sunlight or positions where bright lights will
make the digital display difficult to read.
•
Position away from areas where the controller will be prone to splashing by
cooking products such as oils and fats.
•
The temperature controllers are water resistant, however they should be
positioned away from areas where direct or persistent splashing could occur.
•
Refer to the I.E.E electrical wiring regulations current edition for location
requirements in shower and bath areas.
•
The cables to the temperature controller carry only 12VDC (extra low voltage)
•
Cables should run back to the Infinity from the temperature controller or
cables should run between the controllers then back to the heater. (Parallel
connection).
The installation in every application will vary, therefore the temperature controller cable
has been provided so that you may cut the length accordingly and fit the spade
connectors, ensuring a good connection.
Cables are simply ‘piggy-backed’ at the Infinity
Infinit or at the primary temperature
controller. Polarity is not important when connecting the cables, either colour wire can
be connected to either terminal at both the heater or primary temperature controller. If
more cable is needed any cable with similar specification to the cable supplied with the
controller can be used. Maximum length is 50 metres.
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TEMPERATURE CONTROLS - GENERAL
Connecting One or Two Controllers
1.
Isolate the power supply
2.
Remove the front cover from the Appliance (4
screws) fig. 1.
3.
Thread the cable(s) through the cable access
hole at the base of the appliance.
4.
Connect the spade connectors to the terminals
marked "Remote Control" on the printed circuit
board (fig.2). Polarity is not important. Either wire
colour can be connected to either terminal.
5.
Replace cover of the Appliance. Ensure that the
screw with the star washer is placed at the
bottom right hand corner for earthing purposes.
Connecting Three Controllers
1.
Isolate the power supply
2.
Remove the front cover from the Appliance (4
screws) fig.1.
3.
Cut the spade connectors from 2 of the controller
cables to be connected to the appliance (4
spade connectors should be cut off) and discard.
Connect the wires from these two cables and
terminate into two new spade connectors as
shown in fig.3. Spade connectors are available
from your local electrical component retailer.
4.
Thread the 3 cables through the cable access
hole at the base of the appliance. Connect the 4
spade connectors to the terminals marked
"Remote Control" on the printed circuit board
(fig.2). Polarity is not important. Either wire
colour can be connected to either terminal.
5.
Replace cover of the Appliance. Ensure that the
screw with the star washer is placed at the
bottom right hand corner for earthing purposes
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TEMPERATURE CONTROLLERS
The purpose of the Temperature Controllers is to enable the user to have complete control over the
hot water unit. Used correctly, the hot water unit will supply hot water at the temperature selected,
even when the water flow is varied, or when more than one tap is used. Adjustments to the operation
of your hot water unit can be made with any of the Temperature Controllers. Each Temperature
Controller can be individually programmed.
Various water temperatures (°C) can be selected as follows:
Kitchen Controller:
37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 48, 50, 55°C* ( 60, 65°C HD )
Bathroom Controller
Hot Water Delivery: 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 48, 50°C
Bath fill Delivery: 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48°C
If a temperature 43°C or higher is selected on any Controller and this temperature is then decreased
to below 43°C and increased again whilst the water is running, the maximum selectable temperature
will become 43°C. This provides additional safety for the consumer.
Suggested temperatures are:
Kitchen 50°C ~ 55°C* ( 65°C HD )
Shower 39°C ~ 43°C
Bath fill 39°C ~ 45°C
* This temperature may not be available on all installations
These temperatures are suggested starting points for selection. You may find higher or lower
temperatures are more comfortable. Maintaining lower temperatures helps to save energy. To obtain
water temperatures lower than 37°C simply add cold water.
Temperature Controllers are an optional extra. ‘Universal’ and ‘Deluxe’ Temperature Controllers
can be fitted. Universal Controllers allow temperature selection only. Deluxe Controllers have
temperature selection, bath fill and clock functions.
Temperature Controllers allow the temperature to be set from various locations. The temperature
selected will be available to all outlets.
Controller Options
Water Heater Model
Controller Options
Kitchen
Bathroom 1
Bathroom 2
Bathroom 3
Deluxe Option 1
MC-70-2A
BC-70-2A
BC-70-2A
MC-91-1A †
Infinity 26i or 32e
Deluxe Option 2
MC-70-2A
BC-70-2A
MC-91-1A
MC-91-1A
HD50i or HD70e
Universal Option
MC-91-1A *
MC-91-1A
MC-91-1A
MC-91-1A
Note: The maximum available controllers configurations are shown for each model.
† When 3 deluxe controls are installed the option of adding a 4th controller is only available on the Infinity and HD models.
* When a MC-91-1A Temperature Control is used for this application the installer may set this unit as a master controller.
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UNIVERSAL TEMPERATURE CONTROLLER
Universal Temperature Controller (MC-91-1A)
Temperature Controllers are not required to operate the appliance they are a feature that provides control
of water temperature.
Rinnai Infinity and HD water heaters can be operated with 1, 2, 3, 4 or no Temperature Controllers.
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OPERATION WITH UNIVERSAL TEMPERATURE CONTROLLERS
Using 1 Universal Temperature Controller
Press the ON/OFF button on the Temperature Controller.
The ON indicator will glow on the Temperature
Controller. This indicates that the hot water unit is
ready to supply hot water when a tap is open.
Adjusting Temperature
Simply press the HOTTER ∧ or COOLER ∨
button until the required temperature is displayed
on the Digital Monitor.
To operate the hot water unit, simply turn any hot
water tap on. This will automatically light the
burner providing hot water. The red IN USE
indicator will glow on the Temperature Controller.
If the set temperature is either to hot or cold Press
the HOTTER ∧ or COOLER ∨ button until the
desired temperature is reached
CHECK WATER TEMPERATURE BEFORE USE.
A parent should always check the temperature before a child is placed in contact with hot water.
CAUTION
NOTE
Consumer safeguards: With the hot water tap open and a temperature of 43°C or higher selected, if the
temperature is decreased to below 43ºC, and then raised again the maximum available temperature
will be 43°C, in addition temperature ‘priority’ cannot be transferred between controllers.
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OPERATION WITH UNIVERSAL TEMPERATURE CONTROLLERS
Using 2 or more Universal Temperature Controllers
Switching the System ‘ON’:
The hot water system and all controllers can be switched ON
and OFF from any controller by pressing the ‘ON/OFF’
Button as shown. When the system is turned ON the water
Temperature display will be lit. During normal operation the
system is left ON.
Using Hot Water
Ensure the system is switched ‘ON’.
When the system is ON, the temperature
displays will be lit. Confirm that the transfer
on indicator is lit. If not press the TRANSFER
button once. This will transfer priority to this
controller which will then have control of the
water delivery temperature.
Select the desired temperature using the ‘hot
water temp’ buttons. The selected temperature
will be displayed on all controller monitors.
This is the water temperature which will be
supplied to all outlets.
NOTE
Temperatures no higher than 50ºC should be able to be selected on controllers installed in bathrooms,
ensuites or toilets. This is to help reduce the risk of burns from hot water. If this is not the case, the
controllers have been incorrectly installed. CONTACT YOUR INSTALLER.
Open the Hot Water Tap.
The appliance will be activated and the
‘in use’ indicator will light up.
NOTE
HOT
COLD
Consumer safeguards: With the hot water tap open and a temperature of 43°C or higher selected, if the
temperature is decreased to below 43ºC, and then raised again the maximum available temperature will
be 43°C, in addition temperature ‘priority’ cannot be transferred between controllers.
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TEMPERATURE CONTROLS—PROGRAMMING
Q:
Are Four temperature controllers fitted?
If Yes.
You will need to activate the fourth controller.
STEP 1: For the Primary controller only press and hold the ‘Transfer’ and ‘On/Off’
buttons simultaneously (see fig 2.) until a “beep” is heard (approx. 5 seconds)
STEP 2: Check that the display on all Four controllers is lit and
displaying a temperature when switched on. If any ONE of the
controllers displays two dashes (see fig 1.) in the display repeat
STEP 1.
This completes the activation procedure for this configuration.
If No. (You have three or less controllers)
You will need to program the primary controller to enable the selection of temperatures
higher than 50ºC.
STEP 1: For the Primary controller only press and hold the ‘Transfer’ and ‘On/Off’
buttons simultaneously (see fig 2.) until a “beep” is heard (approx. 5 seconds)
STEP 2: When the Primary controller is switched on it should be possible to select
temperatures higher than 50ºC. If not repeat STEP 1.
Note:
If the primary controller is replaced, repeat STEP 1 above for the new controller.
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OPERATION WITH UNIVERSAL TEMPERATURE CONTROLLERS
To TURN OFF your hot water system
Simply press the ON/OFF button on any Temperature
Controller (where fitted). This will shut the Infinity
down completely including the Temperature Controller
digital displays.
The ON indicator will go out.
If hot water taps are opened when the unit is OFF, cold
water will flow from the taps.
Additional SAFETY features
Whilst the hot water tap is open, the following safety
features apply:
•
Temperature selection cannot be transferred.
•
If a temperature of 43°C or higher selected, and
then the temperature is decreased to below 43ºC,
and then raised again the maximum available
temperature will be 43°C.
•
Other controllers are unable to change the delivery
temperature of the water heater.
NOTE
The temperature of outgoing hot water is constantly monitored by a built-in sensor. If the
temperature of the outgoing hot water rises to more than 3°C above the selected temperature
shown on the Digital Monitor or the pre-set limit when Temperature Controllers are not fitted,
the burner will automatically go out. The red operation indicator will also go out. The burner
will ignite again once the outgoing hot water temperature falls to that shown on the Digital
Monitor (or the pre-set limit of the Infinity).
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DELUXE TEMPERATURE CONTROLLERS
Deluxe Kitchen Temperature Controller (MC-70-2A)
This temperature controller is installed in the kitchen. Each button confirms its operation with a beep
and / or voice.
CAUTION
Be careful not to get water in the speaker as it may cause damage.
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DELUXE TEMPERATURE CONTROLLER
Deluxe Kitchen Temperature Controller Monitor
Each time a button is pressed, a ‘beep’ will sound. The ‘beep’ sound and the ‘bath fill complete’
buzzer can be muted by pressing the Temperature Controller Up and Down buttons simultaneously
for more than 3 seconds. This can be done for each Temperature Controller. To return to original
settings, repeat this step.
NOTE
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DELUXE TEMPERATURE CONTROLLER
Deluxe Bathroom Temperature Controller (BC-70-2A)
This temperature controller is installed in the bathroom. Each button confirms its operation with a
beep and / or voice.
TRANSFER BUTTON / LIGHT (Green)
Used to transfer 'priority' between the temperature controllers.
The controller with priority has command of the water delivery
temperature. The light behind the transfer button of the
controller that has priority will be illuminated.
DIGITAL MONITOR
Indicates the hot water
temperature, Shower Saver
/ Bath Fill temperature,
Shower Saver / Bath Fill
volume, and the mode of
operation.
WATER VOLUME
BUTTONS
BATH / SHOWER
TEMP. BUTTON.
Used to select Shower
Saver / Bath Fill
volumes.
Used to select Shower
Saver / Bath Fill
temperature.
SHOWER SAVER
/ BATH FILL
BUTTON (Orange)
TEMPERATURE
CONTROL
BUTTONS
Used to select Shower
Saver / Bath Fill
function.
Used to select water
temperature.
SOUND VOLUME
BUTTON
Used to change the
voice volume.
ON/OFF BUTTON
SPEAKER
Be careful not to get water in the speaker as it may cause damage.
CAUTION
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Used to switch
temperature controllers
on and off.
DELUXE TEMPERATURE CONTROLLER
Deluxe Bathroom Temperature Controller Monitor
•
•
NOTE
Each time a button is pressed, a ‘beep’ will sound.
The ‘beep’ sound and the ‘bath fill complete’ buzzer can be muted by pressing the
Temperature Controller Up and Down buttons simultaneously for more than 3 seconds.
This can be done for each Temperature Controller.
To return to original settings, repeat this step.
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DELUXE TEMPERATURE CONTROLLERS
Using 1 Deluxe Controller
When one Deluxe Temperature Controller is required, the kitchen
model must be used (MC-70-2A).
C
AM
Transfer
00
Clock
Hour
00
Hot water
temp.
Min.
Cooler
Sound
Vol.
ON/OFF
Hotter
MC -70 -1A
Switching the system ON
C
The hot water system and controller can be switched on and off
pressing the ‘ON/OFF’ button as shown. When the system is
turned on, the monitor will be lit. During normal operation the
system is left on.
AM
Transfer
00
Clock
ON/OFF
Hour
00
Hot water
temp.
Min.
Cooler
Sound
Vol.
Hotter
MC -70 -1A
Setting the Clock
C
AM
The clock is of the 12 hour AM/PM type.
00
Clock
Press the ‘Clock’ button. The digital monitor will flash AM
12:00.
Set the time using the ‘Hour’ and ‘Min.’ buttons. The time is
displayed on the monitor as the buttons are pressed. The
numbers on the monitor will continuously change if you keep
the buttons depressed. When you get close to the desired time,
press the button intermittently.
Hour
00
Min.
Sound
Vol.
ON/OFF
C
AM
00
Clock
ON/OFF
Hour
00
Min.
Sound
Vol.
Press the ‘Clock’ button again to activate the clock.
C
AM
00
Clock
ON/OFF
Hour
00
Min.
Sound
Vol.
The time is always displayed regardless of whether the Temperature Controller is turned ON or OFF.
The clock may need to be reset after a power failure.
NOTE
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DELUXE TEMPERATURE CONTROLLERS
Setting the Sound Volume
The ‘Sound Vol.’ Button located behind the flip panel is not used when one Kitchen Controller
is connected.
Using Hot Water
C
AM
The hot water delivery temperature can be controlled
from the Kitchen Controller (MC-70-2A).
Transfer
00
Clock
ON/OFF
Hour
00
Min.
Sound
Vol.
Hot water
temp.
Cooler
Hotter
MC -70 -1A
Ensure the system is switched ON. If not, press
the ‘ON/OFF’ button behind the flip panel once.
The ‘Transfer’ button will light up.
C
Select the desired temperature using the ‘Hot
water temp.’ buttons. The selected temperature
will be displayed on the controller monitor.
AM
Transfer
Open the hot water tap. The hot water unit will
activate and the red combustion symbol will light
up on the monitor.
HOT
COLD
C
AM
CHECK WATER TEMPERATURE BEFORE USE.
A parent should always check the temperature before a child is placed in contact with hot water.
CAUTION
NOTE
Consumer safeguards: With the hot water tap open and a temperature of 43°C or higher selected, if the
temperature is decreased to below 43ºC, and then raised again the maximum available temperature
will be 43°C, in addition temperature ‘priority’ cannot be transferred between controllers.
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OPERATION WITH DELUXE TEMPERATURE CONTROLLERS
Using 2 Deluxe Controllers
When 2 Deluxe Temperature Controllers are used,
they must be models MC-70-2A (Kitchen) and
BC-70-2A (Bathroom).
AM
Transfer
00
Clock
Hour
00
Min.
Sound
Vol.
ON/OFF
Ho t wa ter
tem p.
Cooler
Hotter
M C -7 0 -1 A
Switching the System ON
C
The hot water system and both controllers can be
switched on and off from either controllers by
pressing the ‘ON/OFF’ button as shown. When the
system is turned on, the monitor will be lit. During
normal operation the system is left on.
AM
Transfer
00
Clock
ON/OFF
Hour
00
Min.
Sound
Vol.
Ho t wa te r
tem p.
Cooler
Hotter
M C -7 0 -1 A
C
Setting the Clock
AM
00
Clock
The clock is of the 12 hour AM/PM type and is set on the
Kitchen Controller (MC-70-2A).
Hour
00
Min.
Sound
Vol.
ON/OFF
Press the ‘Clock’ button. The digital monitor will flash
AM 12:00.
C
AM
00
Set the time using the ‘Hour’ and ‘Min.’ buttons. The
time is displayed on the monitor as the buttons are
pressed. The numbers on the monitor will continuously
change if you keep the buttons depressed. When you get
close to the desired time, press the button intermittently.
Clock
ON/OFF
Hour
00
Min.
Sound
Vol.
C
AM
Press the ‘Clock’ button again to activate the clock.
00
Clock
ON/OFF
NOTE
Hour
00
Min.
Sound
Vol.
The time displayed on the Kitchen Controller is automatically displayed on all Bathroom
Controller(s) when the Bathroom Controller(s) are ON. If the controllers are OFF, the time is
only displayed on the Kitchen Controller. The clock may need to be reset after a power failure.
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OPERATION WITH DELUXE TEMPERATURE CONTROLLERS
Setting the Sound Volume
The sound volume for all Temperature Controllers can be set individually. Note that this can be done
with the Temperature Controllers switched off.
Press the ‘Sound Vol.’ Button located
behind the flip panel.
C
AM
Transfer
00
Clock
ON/OFF
Hour
00
Ho t wa ter
temp.
Min.
Sound
Vol.
Cooler
Hotter
M C -7 0 - 1 A
The volume will change as follows:
Voice Volume
Initial Setting
Press Once
Press Again
Press Again
Medium
High
Off
Low
Using Hot Water
The hot water delivery temperature can be controlled from either the Kitchen Controller
(MC-70-2A) or the Bathroom Controller (BC-70-2A).
C
Deluxe Kitchen Controller
AM
Ensure the system is switched on. When the system is
ON, the monitors will be lit. Confirm that the ‘Transfer’
button is lit. If not, press the ‘Transfer’ button once.
Select the desired temperature using the ‘Hot water temp.’
buttons. The selected temperature will be displayed on
both the Kitchen and Bathroom Controllers at the top of
each monitor.
Transfer
00
Clock
ON/OFF
Hour
00
Min.
Sound
Vol.
Hot water
temp.
Cooler
Hotter
MC -70 -1A
C
AM
Transfer
Open the hot water tap. The hot water unit will activate
and the red combustion symbol will light on both the
kitchen and bathroom monitors.
HOT
CAUTION
NOTE
COLD
CHECK WATER TEMPERATURE BEFORE USE.
A parent should always check the temperature before a child is
placed in contact with hot water.
Consumer safeguards: With the hot water tap open and a temperature of
43°C or higher selected, if the temperature is decreased to below 43ºC, and
then raised again the maximum available temperature will be 43°C, in
addition temperature ‘priority’ cannot be transferred between controllers.
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C
AM
OPERATION WITH DELUXE TEMPERATURE CONTROLLERS
Deluxe Bathroom Controller
Ensure the system is switched on. When the system is
ON, the monitors will be lit. Confirm that the ‘Transfer’
button is lit. If not, press the ‘Transfer’ button once.
Select the desired temperature using the ‘Hot water temp.’
buttons. The selected temperature will be displayed at the
top of all controller monitors.
Open the hot water tap. The hot water unit will activate and
the red combustion symbol will light on both bathroom and
kitchen monitors.
HOT
COLD
Kitchen
Bathroom
C
AM
CHECK WATER TEMPERATURE BEFORE USE.
A parent should always check the temperature before a child is placed in contact with hot water.
CAUTION
NOTE
Consumer safeguards: With the hot water tap open and a temperature of 43°C or higher selected, if the
temperature is decreased to below 43ºC, and then raised again the maximum available temperature will be
43°C, in addition temperature ‘priority’ cannot be transferred between controllers.
The ‘Shower Saver / Bath fill’ function enables a shower to be run for desired period or a bath to be
filled to the desired level at the desired temperature automatically.
There are 2 steps to perform :
Step 1. Program the shower / bath volume and temperature into the Bathroom
Controller(s) (BC-70-2A).
Step 2. Activate the automatic ‘Shower Saver / Bath fill’ function and follow the voice prompts.
When using the ‘Shower Saver / Bath fill’ function to fill a bath for the first
few times, it is recommended that you are present during the filling process.
CAUTION
Step 1 - Programming the bath volume and temperature
When the controllers are first turned on, the default shower / bath
fill temperature is 40oC and the shower / bath volume is 100 litres
(indicated by the first level marker at the bottom of the monitor).
The shower / bath volume can then be changed up to a maximum
of 400 litres. These settings are displayed at the bottom of the
Bathroom Controller monitor and can be changed by the user as
described on the next page.
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OPERATION WITH DELUXE TEMPERATURE CONTROLLERS
(a) Ensure the system is switched on. When the system is ON, the
monitors will be lit. Confirm that the ‘Transfer’ button is lit. If
not, press the ‘Transfer’ button once.
(b) Select the desired temperature using the ‘Shower / Bath temp.’
buttons located behind the flip panel. The selected temperature
will be displayed on the bottom of the bathroom controller
monitor and will remain until it is next changed.
(c) Select the desired shower / bath volume using the ‘Water Vol.’
Buttons located behind the flip panel. The selected volume will
be displayed at the bottom of the bathroom controller monitor
numerically, and graphically by the long bar against the level
markers. During the first bath fill, it is recommended that the
lowest bath fill volume of 30 litres is used. During subsequent
bath fills this can be increased depending on the volume of your
bath and the desired level.
The relationship between shower / bath volume in litres and the position of the long bar against
the level markers is as follows.
Eg. 120 litres – denoted numerically and by the second level marker from the bottom of the
monitor, as shown below.
Volume (L)
Position of
long bar
400
350
300
280
260
240
220
200
180
160
140
120
100
60
30
12
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
1
1
Remember that the bath
level markers on the
display are not a true
representation of your bath.
ie. the ‘half-way’ mark on
the monitor is not
necessarily the ‘half-way’
mark on your bath.
The average bath size
is 160 litres.
Be careful not to
overfill the bath!
NOTE
(d) After approx. 5 seconds, the numeric volume
displayed will revert to the shower saver / bath
fill temperature previously set. The long bar on
the level markers will remain.
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OPERATION WITH DELUXE TEMPERATURE CONTROLLERS
Step 2 – Activate the automatic Shower saver / Bath fill function and follow the voice prompts.
(a) Ensure the system is switched on. When the system is ON, the monitors will be lit. Confirm
that the ‘Transfer’ button is lit. If not, press the ‘Transfer’ button once.
(b) Press ‘Shower Saver / Bath fill’ button. The
‘Shower Saver / Bath fill’ button will light up and
the buzzer will sound. The ‘Bath’ indicator on the
Kitchen Controller monitor will light up. The voice
will say “The hot water system is ready. Open the
hot water tap.”
(c) Open the hot water tap for the shower or bath.
The combustion indicator on all Temperature
Controller(s) will light up and the shower will run
or the bath will start to fill.
CAUTION
NOTE
CHECK WATER TEMPERATURE BEFORE USE.
A parent should always check the temperature before a Child is placed in contact with hot water.
During Shower Saver / Bath fill, the time display on the Bathroom Controller will show the
remaining shower / bath fill volume and will ‘count down’ the volume remaining.
If you wish to stop the water flow whilst the shower saver / bath fill function is in operation, simply
press the ‘Shower Saver / Bath fill’ button. The ‘Shower Saver / Bath fill’ button will flash and the
voice with say “Hot water is not available; Turn off all hot water taps and push the ‘Bath fill’
button”. Follow these instructions.
(d) When the shower / bath fill is finished to the programmed volume & temperature (see ‘Step 1’):
•
The flow from the shower / bath hot water tap will stop;
•
The ‘Shower Saver / Bath fill’ button on the Bathroom Controller(s) and the ‘Bath’
indicator on the Kitchen Controller monitor will flash;
•
The buzzer will sound;
•
The voice will say “Bath fill is complete. Turn off the bath hot water tap and push the
Bath fill’ button.”
(e) IMPORTANT – When filling a bath, close the hot water tap for the bath when the bath is
full. This is very important to prevent over filling of the bath.
(f) Press the ‘Shower Saver / Bath fill’ button. This is also important. It tells the hot water unit
that the customer is aware that the shower or bath fill function has been completed and that the
hot water tap for the shower or bath has been shut. The hot water unit will not allow hot water
to flow from any fixture until the ‘Shower Saver/ Bath fill’ button has been pressed.
The ‘Shower Saver / Bath fill’ button light on the Bathroom Controller and the ‘Bath’ indicator
on the Kitchen Controller monitor will go out.
CAUTION
NEVER LEAVE YOUNG CHILDREN UNATTENDED IN THE BATH.
When using the ‘Shower saver / Bath fill’ function, ALWAYS close the hot water tap for the bath
after the bath has filled and flow has stopped.
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OPERATION WITH DELUXE TEMPERATURE CONTROLLERS
Using 2 Deluxe Controllers and 1 Universal Controller
When 2 Deluxe Temperature Controllers are used, they must be one MC-70-2A (Kitchen), one
BC-70-2A and one MC-91-1A (Bathrooms 1 & 2)
AM
Transfer
00
Clock
ON/OFF
Hour
00
Min.
Sound
Vol.
Ho t wa te r
tem p.
Cooler
Hotter
M C -7 0 -1 A
Switching the System On
The hot water system can be switched on and off from any controller by pressing the ‘ON/OFF’
button as shown. When the system is turned on, the monitors will be lit. During normal operation
the system is left on.
Setting the clock
See page 13 for details on setting the clock.
Setting the Sound Volume
See page 16 for details on setting the sound volume.
Using Hot Water
The hot water delivery temperature can be controlled from either the Kitchen Controller
(MC-70-2A), Bathroom Controllers (BC-70-2A ) or Universal Controller (MC-91-1A). See pages
16 to 17 for details on setting the hot water delivery temperature for the Kitchen and Bathroom
Controllers.
Shower Saver / Bath Fill Function
See pages 17 to 19 for details on the Shower Saver / Bath fill function. With two or more Bathroom
Controllers fitted (one in each bathroom) only one bath can be filled at a time.
CHECK WATER TEMPERATURE BEFORE USE.
A parent should always check the temperature before a child is placed in contact with hot water.
CAUTION
NOTE
Consumer safeguards: With the hot water tap open and a temperature of 43°C or higher selected, if the
temperature is decreased to below 43ºC, and then raised again the maximum available temperature
will be 43°C, in addition temperature ‘priority’ cannot be transferred between controllers.
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OPERATION WITH DELUXE TEMPERATURE CONTROLLERS
Using 3 Deluxe Controllers
(Option available with Infinity and HD models)
When 3 Deluxe Temperature Controllers are used, they must be one MC-70-2A (Kitchen) and two
BC-70-2A (Bathrooms 1 & 2)
AM
Transfer
00
Clock
Hour
00
Ho t wa ter
te mp.
Min.
Cooler
Sound
Vol.
ON/OFF
Hotter
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Switching the System On
The hot water system can be switched on and off from any controller by pressing the ‘ON/OFF’
button as shown. When the system is turned on, the monitors will be lit. During normal operation
the system is left on.
Transfer
00
Clock
ON/OFF
Hour
00
Min.
Sound
Vol.
Ho t wa te r
te m p.
Cooler
Hotter
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Setting the clock
See page 13 for details on setting the clock.
Setting the Sound Volume
See page 16 for details on setting the sound volume.
Using Hot Water
The hot water delivery temperature can be controlled from either the Kitchen Controller
(MC-70-2A) or Bathroom Controllers (BC-70-2A). See pages 16 to 17 for details on setting the hot
water delivery temperature for the Kitchen and Bathroom Controllers.
Shower Saver / Bath Fill Function
See pages 17 to 19 for details on the Shower Saver / Bath fill function. With two or more Bathroom
Controllers fitted (one in each bathroom) only one bath can be filled at a time.
CHECK WATER TEMPERATURE BEFORE USE.
A parent should always check the temperature before a child is placed in contact with hot water.
CAUTION
NOTE
Consumer safeguards: With the hot water tap open and a temperature of 43°C or higher selected, if the
temperature is decreased to below 43ºC, and then raised again the maximum available temperature
will be 43°C, in addition temperature ‘priority’ cannot be transferred between controllers.
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OPERATION WITH DELUXE TEMPERATURE CONTROLLERS
Using 3 Deluxe Controllers and 1 Universal Controller
(Option available with Infinity and HD models)
When 4 Temperature Controllers are used, they must be one MC-70-2A (Kitchen), two BC-70-2A
(Bathrooms 1 & 2) and one MC-91-1A (Bathrooms 3)
AM
Transfer
00
Clock
ON/OFF
Hour
00
Min.
Sound
Vol.
Ho t wa ter
temp.
Cooler
Hotter
M C -7 0 - 1 A
Switching the System On
The hot water system can be switched on and off from any controller by pressing the ‘ON/OFF’
button as shown. When the system is turned on, the monitors will be lit. During normal operation the
system is left on.
Setting the clock
See page 13 for details on set
ting the clock.
Setting the Sound Volume
See page 16 for details on setting the sound volume.
Using Hot Water
The hot water delivery temperature can be controlled from the Kitchen Controller (MC-70-2A),
Bathroom Controller (BC-70-2A) or Universal Controller (MC-91-1A). See pages 16 to 17
for details on setting the hot water delivery temperature for the Kitchen and Bathroom
Controllers.
Shower Saver / Bath Fill Function
The ‘Shower saver / Bath fill’ function can only be used on Temperature Controller BC-70-2A.
See pages 17 to 19 for details on the ‘Bath fill’ function.
CHECK WATER TEMPERATURE BEFORE USE.
A parent should always check the temperature before a child is placed in contact with hot water.
CAUTION
NOTE
Consumer safeguards: With the hot water tap open and a temperature of 43°C or higher selected, if the
temperature is decreased to below 43ºC, and then raised again the maximum available temperature
will be 43°C, in addition temperature ‘priority’ cannot be transferred between controllers.
Repeat the relevant procedures above for the third
controller.
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Maintenance Monitor / Error History
This feature is available where the appliances are connected with a deluxe controller (MC70 or
BC70). This will enable service personnel to locate the maintenance history and faulty components,
with the appliance in operation.
NB. When the maintenance information, error history is shown, use only one controller. If two or more
remote controls are used at the same time, it may not operate correctly.
To display Maintenance Information
16. With the controller in the "OFF" position press the Water
Temperature "DOWN" (Cooler) button while holding the "ON/
OFF" button to activate the maintenance monitor. Press the "ON/
OFF" button a second time to set the controller in the "ON" mode.
This feature can now be used with the appliance in operation.
17. The maintenance number will be shown in the Water Temperature
display.
18. Data will be shown in the Clock display.
19. To select the required maintenance number, press the Water Temperature "UP" and "DOWN" buttons.
Note: Infinity 26i and HD50i use Maintenance Numbers 1-12.
No.
01
02
Display Monitor Contents
Contents
Water flow sensor recognition flow
(Example 123 = 12.3L/min).
Hot water Outlet thermistor temperature
Units
0.1L/min
Data Range
0~400
°C
0~999
100 hours
000~999
100
0~999
Hz pulses/sec
0~999 *Note 1
none
0 or 1 *Note 2
(Example 20 = 20 ° C)
03
04
05
Hot water combustion time
(Example 6 = 600 hours)
Hot water operation frequency
(Example 6 = 600 Operations)
Hot water fan frequency
*Note 1 Fan Frequency rpm Conversion
(rpm) = (Hz) x15
06
Remote control connection
*Note 2 Remote Control Connections
Bathroom Remote
Additional remote
“0
07
Controls connected
Display
Kitchen remote
No
“0”
1”
Yes
“1”
1
Water flow servo present recognising positioning
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*Note 3 Water Flow Servo Positioning
Servo Position
Display
08
Open
“1”
Centre
“0”
Closed
“2”
Inlet water temperature
(PCB recognition value)
°C
0~999
10 mA
0~999
Litres
0~999
°C
0~999
Degrees
0~320
(Example 25 = 25 ° C)
09
10
11
Hot water fan current flow value
(Example 6 x 10 = 60 mA)
Bath fill amount (this counts the litres during bath
fill operation).
Heat exchanger exit thermistor temperature
Example 55 = 55 ° C)
12
Bypass servo present recognition positioning
(Example
0 = Closed
160 = Half open
320 = Open
To return to normal operation
• Press the ON/OFF button again while holding down the Water Temperature "DOWN" (Cooler)
button.
Error History
To Display Error Memory (History)
(This feature will show the last 10 faults in sequence)
1.
Turn off at the ON/OFF button. (This can be done during
operation)
2.
Press the ON/OFF button while holding the Water Temperature
"UP" (Hotter) button.
• The Sequence will be shown in the Water Temperature display.
• Error Code will be shown in the Clock display. (See service
Manual for error codes).
• Where there are less than a total of 9 errors, "FFF" or " - - " will
be displayed in the Clock display.
To return to normal operation.
• Press the ON/OFF button again while holding the Water Temperature “UP” (Hotter) button.
• This feature will automatically shut down after 3 minutes.
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