Samsung Control Unit Unit installation

MIM-E03✴
SAMSUNG CONTROL UNIT
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Safety precautions
Safety precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Product specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Main components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Installing the unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Wiring works . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Setting option switches and function of keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Test operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Before running the system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Error codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Carefully follow the precautions listed as below because they are essential to guarantee the safety of SAMSUNG product.
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WARNING
• Always disconnect a power supply of Air-Water Heat Pump before servicing it or accessing
components inside the unit.
• Verify that installation and testing operations shall be performed by qualified personnel.
• To prevent serious damage on the system and injuries to users, precautions and other
notices shall be observed.
Warning
ffCarefully read the contents of this manual before installing the control kit and store the manual in a safe place in order to
be able to use it as reference after installation.
ffFor maximum safety, installers should always carefully read the following warnings.
ffStore the manual in a safe location and remember to hand it over to the new owner if the kit is sold or transferred.
ffThe kit is compliant with the requirements of the Low Voltage Directive (72/23/EEC), the EMC Directive (89/336/EEC) and
the Directive on pressurized equipment (97/23/EEC).
ffThe manufacturer shall not be responsible for damage originating from unauthorized changes or the improper
connection of electric and hydraulic lines. Failure to comply with these instructions or to comply with the requirements
set forth in the “Operating limits” table, included in the manual, shall immediately invalidate the warranty.
ffDo not use the units if you see some damages on the units and recognize something bad such as loud noisy, smell of
burning.
ffIn order to prevent electric shocks, fires or injuries, always stop the unit, disable the protection switch and contact
SAMSUNG’s technical support if the unit produces smoke, if the power cable is hot or damaged or if the unit is very noisy.
ffAlways remember to inspect the unit, electric connections, and protections regularly. These operations shall be
performed by qualified personnel only.
ffThe unit contains various electric parts, which should be kept out of the reach of children.
ffDo not attempt to repair, move, alter or reinstall the unit by unauthorized personnel, these operations may cause product
damage, electric shocks and fires.
ffDo not place containers with liquids or other objects on the unit.
ffAll the materials used for the manufacture and packaging of the air to water heat pump are recyclable.
ffThe packing materials must be disposed of in accordance with local regulations.
ffWear protective gloves to unpack, move, install, and service the unit to avoid your hands being injured by the edge of the
parts.
ffDo not touch the internal parts while running the units.
ffInspect the product shipped and check if damaged during transport. If the product has some damages,
ffDO NOT INSTALL and immediately discuss about the damages with the carrier or retailer (if the installer or the authorized
technician has collected the material from the retailer.)
ffOur units shall be installed in compliance with the spaces described in the installation manual, to ensure accessibility
from both sides and allow repairs or maintenance operations to be carried out. If the units installed without complying
with procedures described in manual, additional expenses can be asked because special harnesses, ladders, scaffolding
or any other elevation system for repair service will NOT be considered part of the warranty and will be charged to the
end customer.
ffWhen service works required, make sure to disconnect the power supply at least 1 minute to prevent electric shocks.
-- Always check the voltage at the terminals of main PCB before trying to touch.
ffUse electric wires which manual designated. Connections between wires and terminals shall be assembled without any
tension. If the assembly works is not implemented well, it can lead to have product damages and fires.
ffAfter wiring works, terminal block cover shall be fixed firmly. Without cover, it can cause to have product damage and fire.
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ENGLISH
Contents
Product specifications
Installing the unit
Item
Description
Deciding on where to install the unit
MIM-E03A
Wired remote controller
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ffInstall the unit in indoor and do not install it outside. The unit is designed only for indoor.
ffDirect heat can make the kit have some failures in operation.
ffChoose locations that are dry and sunny, but not exposed to direct sunlight or strong winds.
ffChoose location where pipes and cables can be easily connected to the indoor unit.
ffAvoid locations where flammable elements and explosive chemicals are stored.
ffChoose a specific wall which can withstand the weight of unit and an outside force.
Mounting the unit
Temperature sensor (Thermistor / 1EA)
Procedure
Remark
1. Remove 2 bolts from the unit.
Remote controller cable (1EA, 4core 15m)
Bolt
Main components
Model name
2. Open the top cover and install 4 screws on the wall.
MIM-E03A
Parts
Detail components
4
Qty.
Main PBA
1
Wire holder
Total 7EA (2 type)
PCB support
4
Grounding screw
8
Rubber
4
Base plate
1
Top cover plate
1
Case screw
2
Weight (Net)
3kg
Packing size (W x H x D)
323 mm x 339 mm x 131 mm
3. Close the top cover and install 2 bolts again into the unit.
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Installing the unit
Installing the remote controller
Connecting the wired remote controller cable to FTC
NOTE
• Wiring wire No.×size(mm2) : 2×0.3(polar)
• The 5m wire is attached as an accessory. Max. 500 m
• Wiring size must comply with the applicable local and national codes.
• Circuit rating : DC12V
Circuit rating is NOT always against the ground.
Conduit
Wall
Lock nut
Seal with putty
Bushing
Switch box
Remote controller
cable
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ffConnect the wired remote controller cable to 5 and 6 on the terminal block (TB62) on the FTC controller.
3. Seal the service entrance for the remote controller cable with putty
to prevent possible invasion of dew drops, water, cockroaches or
insects.
[A] For installation in the switch box
[B] For direct installation on the wall, select one of the followings:
• Prepare a hole through the wall to pass the remote controller
cable (in order to take out the remote controller cable from the
back), then seal the hole with putty.
• Take out the remote controller cable through the cut-out upper
case, then seal the cut-out notch with putty.
[A]
Remote controller cable
Seal with putty
Installing the wired remote controller
1. Select an installing position for the remote controller.
Required clearances surrounding
the remote controller
30
Remote controller profile
83.5
30
(To lead the remote controller cable from the back of
the controller)
30
46
Seal with putty
120
Installation pitch
2. Procure the following parts locally :
• 2 piece switch box
• Thin copper conduit tube
• Lock nuts and bushings
(To take out the remote controller cable through the
upper portion)
Remote controller cable
Wood screw
[B]
4. Connect the remote controller cable to the terminal block.
To TB62 No.5 and 6 on the FTC unit
TB6 (No polarity)
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Wiring works
Power and communication with outdoor unit
Overall schematics
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Communication Wire
Flow S/W
Outdoor Unit
Temp Sensor
Power Wire
Connecting the power wire
Solar
Main Power
Booster Heater
Recommended wire specification
2way Valve
(Zone2)
Relay
1. Connect ‘Live’ and ‘Neutral’ power line with ‘pin #1’ and ‘pin #2’ in TB-A.
2. Connect ‘Protective Earth’ line with ‘Earth screw’ in case.
Load
2way Valve
(Zone1)
Boiler
Back up
heater1
Back up
heater2
2way Valve
(DHW)
Pump
Wired Room
Thermostat1
Wired Room
Thermostat1
Do NOT use Heater
(Water Pump, Valve,
Wired RMC)
Power Supply
1Ø, 220-240V, 50Hz
Use Booster Heater
(3kw)
Power Cable
Max. Length
mm2, wires
m
Type GL
A
1.5 / 3
L < 10m
10~
2.5 / 3
10m < L
10~
4.0 / 3
L < 10m
30
6.0 / 3
10m < L
30
Connecting the communication wire
ffConnect ‘outdoor unit’s F1&F2’ with ‘control kit’s F1&F2 in TB-C’ by 2 core cable.
Control Kit
8
Outdoor Unit
(at Control Plate)
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Wiring works
Booster heater
Communication with wired remote controller
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Wired Remote Controller
Heater Wire
Connecting heater wire (in the case of resistor heater which is under 3kw)
Connecting the wired remote controller
1. Connect ‘V1, V2, F3, F4 of control kit’ with ‘V1, V2, F3, F4 of wired remote controller’.
ffYou can connect maximum 2 set of wired remote controller.
ffIn case of 2 sets for wired remote controller installation, master/slave settings shall be implemented.
1. Directly connect ‘Booster heater’ with ‘pin #3 and pin #4’ in TB-A.
ffIf you use separated ‘Thermal fuse’, connect ‘Thermal fuse’ with ‘HEATER THERMO’ connector.
NOTE
Temperature sensor for hot water and water flow switch
Connect Flow switch
• Wire spec : 4.0 mm2
• MLCC spec : 30A
Connecting heater wire (in the case of PTC Heater which is under 3kw)
1. Directly connect ‘Booster heater’ with ‘pin #3 and pin #4’ in TB-A.
ffIf you use separated ‘Thermal Fuse’, connect ‘Thermal Fuse’ with ‘HEATER THERMO’ connector.
NOTE
• Wire spec : 6.0 mm2
• MLCC spec : 30A
Specification table
Connect Temperature Sensor Wire
Part
Specification
Connection pin
#3, #4 of TB-A
Connection load
Direct connection of Heater wire
Output
AC 230V (MAX 20A)
Connecting temperature sensor wire
1. Attach brass (Temperature sensor) which is attached at control kit box to the designated location for hot water or DHW
tank.
2. Insert connector which is attached at control kit box at T5.
Connecting flow switch
1. Install flow switch at water pipe.
2. Connect the flow switch to ‘F/S’ connector.
(If 2 pins of ‘F/S connector’ get short, control kit will aware water flow)
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Wiring works
Backup boiler
Backup heater
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Backup Boiler
Connecting backup boiler
Magnetic Contactor Wire
Connecting magnetic contactor for backup heater (Not Directly Connect Heater)
1. Connect ‘Magnetic contactor wire’ with ‘pin #1, 2, 3’ in TB-B.
ffIf control kit turns on the 1st step of backup heater pin#1 & pin#2 will output AC230V.
ffIf control kit turns on the 2nd step of backup heater pin#1 & pin#3 will output AC230V.
Specification table
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Part
Specification
Connection pin
Step1 : #1, #2 of TB-B
Step2 : #1, #3 of TB-B
Connection load
Driving for Relay or Magnetic Contactor
Output
AC 230V (MAX 0.5A)
1. Connect ‘Operation signal wire for backup boiler’ with ‘pin #1, 4’ in TB-B.
ffIf control kit orders turning backup boiler on, pin#1 & pin#3 will output AC230V.
NOTE
Maximum Power
This port can NOT supply enough power for driving backup boiler machine.
Just use it for detecting On/Off signal.
Maximum power is 0.5A.
Specification table
Part
Specification
Connection pin
#1, #4 of TB-B
Connection load
Signal for turning Backup Boiler on.
Driving for Relay or Magnetic Contactor
Output
AC 230V (MAX 0.5A)
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Wiring works
2way valve for hot water
Water pump
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2way valve (#1)
Connecting 2way valve (for hot water )
Water Pump
1. Directly connect ‘2way valve for ZONE.1’ with ‘pin #7, 8, 9, 10’ in TB-B.
ffIf control kit orders opening water pump on, pin#7 & pin#10 will output AC230V.
Connecting water pump
1. Directly connect ‘water circulation pump’ with ‘pin #5, 6’ in TB-B.
ffIf control kit orders turning water pump on, pin#5 & pin#6 will output AC230V.
NOTE
NOTE
Maximum Power
This port can supply power for small-medium sized water pump.
Maximum power is 2A ( Total power consumption must be under 2A)
(If total power consumption is over 2A, use relay or magnetic contactor)
Maximum Power
This port can supply power for small-medium sized valve.
Maximum power is 0.5A
(If total power consumption is over 2A, use relay or magnetic contactor)
Specification table
Part
Specification
Connection pin
#7 : Output Power N
#8 : Output Power L
#9 : Output turning on Power (Normal Opened L line)
#10 : Output turning on Power (Normal Closed L line)
Connection load
Direct connect 2way valves (under 0.5A)
Output
AC 230V (MAX 0.5A / 120W)
Specification table
Part
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Specification
Connection pin
#5, #6 of TB-B
Connection load
Direct connect water pump (under 2A)
Driving for Relay or Magnetic Contactor (over 2A)
Output
AC 230V (MAX 2A)
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Wiring works
2way valve for zone 1
Example of valve connection
*1) /L1 means opposite side signal of L1.
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ff2 pole (L1, N) type
• L1 port of Valve is connected to #10
• N port of Valve is connected to #7
(If L1, N ports of Valve get power, water can NOT flow to DHW tank.)
(If L1, N ports of Valve don`t get power, water can flow to DHW tank.)
ff3 pole (L, L1, N) type
• L port of Valve is connected to #8
• L1 port of Valve is connected to #10
• N port of Valve is connected to #7
(If L1, N port of Valve get power, water can NOT flow to DHW tank.)
(If L1, N ports of Valve don`t get power, water can flow to DHW tank.)
ff4 pole (L, L1, /L1*1), N) type
• L port of Valve is connected to #8
• L1 port of Valve is connected to #10
• /L1*1) port of Valve is connected to #9
• N port of Valve is connected to #7
(If L1, N port of Valve get power, water can NOT flow to DHW tank.)
(If /L1*1), N port of Valve get power, water can flow to DHW tank.)
2way valve (#2)
Connecting 2way valve (for Zone1 )
1. Directly connect ‘2way valve for ZONE.1’ with ‘pin #11, 12, 13, 14’ in TB-B.
ffIf control kit orders opening water pump on, pin#11 & pin#13 will output AC230V.
NOTE
Maximum Power
This port can supply power for small-medium sized valve.
Maximum power is 0.5A
(If total power consumption is over 2A, use relay or magnetic contactor)
Specification table
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Part
Specification
Connection pin
#11 : Output Power N
#12 : Output Power L
#13 : Output turning on Power (Normal Opened L line)
#14 : Output turning on Power (Normal Closed L line)
Connection load
Direct connect 2way valves (under 0.5A)
Output
AC 230V (MAX 0.5A / 120W)
Condition for operation
(NOT Define)
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Wiring works
2way valve for zone 2
Example of valve connection
*1) /L1 means opposite side signal of L1.
ENGLISH
ff2 pole (L1, N) type
• L1 port of Valve is connected to #13
• N port of Valve is connected to #11
(If L1, N ports of Valve get power, water can flow to Zone1.)
(If L1, N ports of Valve don`t get power, water can NOT flow to Zone1.)
ff3 pole (L, L1, N) type
• L port of Valve is connected to #12
• L1 port of Valve is connected to #13
• N port of Valve is connected to #11
(If L1, N ports of Valve get power, water can flow to Zone1.)
(If L1, N ports of Valve don`t get power, water can NOT flow to Zone1.)
ff4 pole (L, L1, /L1*1), N) type
• L port of Valve is connected to #12
• L1 port of Valve is connected to #13
• /L1*1) port of Valve is connected to #14
• N port of Valve is connected to #11
(If L1, N port of Valve get power, water can flow to Zone1.)
(If /L1*1), N port of Valve get power, water can NOT flow to Zone1.)
2way valve (#3)
Connecting 2way valve (for Zone2 )
1. Directly connect ‘2way valve for ZONE.1’ with ‘pin #15, 16, 17, 18’ in TB-B.
ffIf control kit orders opening Water Pump on, pin#15 & pin#17 will output AC230V.
NOTE
Maximum Power
This port can supply power for small-medium sized valve.
Maximum power is 0.5A
(If total power consumption is over 2A, use relay or magnetic contactor)
Specification table
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Part
Specification
Connection pin
#15 : Output Power N
#16 : Output Power L
#17 : Output turning on Power (Normal Opened L line)
#18 : Output turning on Power (Normal Closed L line)
Connection load
Direct connect 2way valves (under 0.5A)
Output
AC 230V (MAX 0.5A / 120W)
Condition for operation
(NOT Define)
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Wiring works
Wired room thermostat
Example of valve connection
*1) /L1 means opposite side signal of L1.
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ff2 pole (L1, N) type
• L1 port of Valve is connected to #17
• N port of Valve is connected to #15
(If L1, N ports of Valve get power, water can flow to Zone1.)
(If L1, N ports of Valve don`t get power, water can NOT flow to Zone1.)
ff3 pole (L, L1, N) type
• L port of Valve is connected to #16
• L1 port of Valve is connected to #17
• N port of Valve is connected to #15
(If L1, N ports of Valve get power, water can flow to Zone1.)
(If L1, N ports of Valve don`t get power, water can NOT flow to Zone1.)
ff4 pole (L, L1, /L1*1), N) type
• L port of Valve is connected to #16
• L1 port of Valve is connected to #17
• /L1*1) port of Valve is connected to #18
• N port of Valve is connected to #15
(If L1, N port of Valve get power, water can flow to Zone1.)
(If /L1*1), N port of Valve get power, water can NOT flow to Zone1.)
Room Thermostat (#1, #2)
Connecting wired room thermostat (On/Off Controller)
1. Connect ‘Wired room thermostat’ with ‘pin #19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24’ in TB-B.
ffIf pin#19 & pin#21 get AC230V, control kit operation for Cooling at Zone1
ffIf pin#19 & pin#22 get AC230V, control kit operation for Heating at Zone1
ffIf pin#19 & pin#23 get AC230V, control kit operation for Cooling at Zone2
ffIf pin#19 & pin#24 get AC230V, control kit operation for Heating at Zone2
NOTE
Maximum Consumption Power
Each port use under 10mA
Specification table
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Part
Specification
Connection pin
#19 : Output Power N (power supplying port for Thermostat)
#20 : Output Power L( power supplying port for Thermostat)
#21~26 : Detecting switched L line
Connection load
Connect Room Controller
Output
AC 230V (MAX 10mA)
Condition for operation
Pin #21 detects L line, the valve for Zone1 will open & outdoor
unit will operate for cooling mode.
Pin #22 detects L line, the valve for Zone1 will open & outdoor
unit will operate for heating mode.
Pin #23 detects L line, the valve for Zone2 will open & outdoor
unit will operate for cooling mode.
Pin #24 detects L line, the valve for Zone2 will open & outdoor
unit will operate for heating mode.
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Wiring works
Setting option switches and function of keys
Solar Pump
DIP switch setting
OFF (Default)
ON
Heating and cooling
Heating only
Target temp. : Indoor temp.
S/W #3
Target temp. : Water outlet temp.
S/W #3
Air sensor in remote controller
External air sensor
S/W #4
Master Remote controller
Slave Remote controller
S/W #5
Error detection when outdoor communication is
broken
Error non-detection , For Commissioning /
Emergency
S/W #6
Normal operation
Emergency
S/W #7
No use
No use
S/W #8
No use
No use
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S/W
S/W #1
Solar Panel
Connecting solar pump
1. Connect ‘Solar pump power line’ with ‘pin #25, 26’ in TB-B.
ffIf pin#25, 26 get AC230V, Control Kit will aware Solar Panel supply heat to DHW tank.)
NOTE
Maximum Consumption Power
Each port use under 10mA
Specification table
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Part
Specification
Connection pin
#25 : Output Power N
#26 : Detecting Power L
Connection load
Direct connect from solar pump (AC230V)
Output
AC 230V (MAX 10mA)
Condition for operation
(NOT Define)
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Setting option switches and function of keys
Field setting mode
Field Setting Value(FSV) Table
Field Setting Value
Main Menu &
Code
Sub Menu Function
Water Out Temp for Cooling
Room Temp for Cooling
Remote
Controller
Setting Range
Code 10✴✴
Water Out Temp for Heating
Room Temp for heating
DHW Tank Temp
Outdoor Temp for Water Law (Heating)
Water Out Temp for WL1 Heating
(WL1-Floor)
Sub Code Default
Min
Max
Step
Field Setting Value
Main Menu &
Code
Unit
Sub Menu Function
Description
Sub Code Default
Domestic Hot Water Tank
Application
✴✴11
Max Temp
✴✴21
Min
Max
Step
Unit
0(No)
0
1(Yes)
-
-
50
45
55
1
˚C
˚C
Max
✴✴11
25
18
25
1
˚C
Stop
✴✴22
2
2
10
1
Min
✴✴12
16
5
18
1
˚C
Start
✴✴23
5
1
20
1
˚C
Max
✴✴21
30
24
30
1
˚C
Min Operation
✴✴24
5
0
20
1
min
Heat Pump
Min
✴✴22
18
18
22
1
˚C
Max Operation
✴✴25
30
5
95
5
min
Max
✴✴31
55
37
55
1
˚C
Interval
✴✴26
3
0
10
0.5
hour
Min
✴✴32
25
15
37
1
˚C
Application
✴✴31
1(On)
0(OFF)
1
-
-
Max
✴✴41
30
24
30
1
˚C
Delay Time
✴✴32
20
20
95
5
min
Min
✴✴42
16
16
22
1
˚C
Max
✴✴51
50
50
70
1
˚C
Min
✴✴52
40
30
40
1
˚C
Point ①
✴✴11
-10
-20
5
1
˚C
Booster Heater
DHW Code
30✴✴
Overshoot
✴✴33
0
0
4
1
˚C
Compensation Temp
✴✴34
10
0
20
1
˚C
Application
✴✴41
1(On)
0(OFF)
1
-
-
Interval
✴✴42
Fri
Mon
Sun
1(All)
day
o'clock
Point ②
✴✴12
15
10
20
1
˚C
Start Time
✴✴43
23
0
23
1
Point ①
✴✴21
40
40
55
1
˚C
Target Temp
✴✴44
70
40
70
5
˚C
Point ②
✴✴22
25
17
37
1
˚C
Duration
✴✴45
10
5
60
5
min
Timer OFF Function
✴✴51
0(Off)
0
1(On)
-
-
Timer Duration
✴✴52
60
30
300
10
min
Disinfection
Water Out Temp for WL2 Heating (WL2Fan Coil Unit)
Point ①
✴✴31
50
40
55
1
˚C
Point ②
✴✴32
35
17
37
1
˚C
Heating Water Law for Auto Mode
WL Type
✴✴41
1(WL1)
1
2(WL2)
-
-
Solar Panel
H/P Combination
✴✴61
0
0
1(Yes)
-
-
Point ①
✴✴51
30
25
35
1
˚C
3-way Valve
Default direction
✴✴71
0(Room)
0
1(Tank)
-
-
Point ②
✴✴52
40
35
45
1
˚C
DHW valve or 3-way valve
✴✴71
0(Tank)
0
1(Room)
-
-
Water Out Temp for WL1 Cooling
(WL1-Floor)
Point ①
✴✴61
25
18
25
1
˚C
Zone #1
✴✴72
1(Room)
0
1
-
-
Point ②
✴✴62
18
5
18
1
˚C
Zone #2
✴✴73
1(Room)
0
1
-
-
Water Out Temp for WL2 Cooling (WL2Fan Coil Unit)
Point ①
✴✴71
18
18
25
1
˚C
Point ②
✴✴72
5
5
18
1
˚C
Cooling Water Law for Auto Mode
WL Type
✴✴81
1(WL1)
1
2(WL2)
-
-
#1(Floor)
✴✴91
0(No)
0
1(Yes)
-
-
#2(FCU)
✴✴92
0(No)
0
1(Yes)
-
-
Water Law Code
Outdoor Temp for Water Law (Cooling)
20✴✴
External Thermostat Application
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Description
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• Code 10✴✴ :Upper and lower temperature limits of each operation mode of wired remote controller Heating(Water Out,
Room), Cooling(Water Out, Room), DHW(Tank)
• Code 20✴✴ :Water law design and external room thermostat Heating(2 WL’s for floor & FCU), Cooling(2 WL’s for floor &
FCU), WL & Thermostat types
• Code 30✴✴ : User’s options for domestic hot water(DHW) tank heating
3011 : Application of DHW tank in user’s system
302✴ : Heat pump variables for tank temp. control and combination with booster heater
303✴ : Booster heater variables for combination with heat pump
304✴ : Periodical disinfection heating of water tank
305✴ : Off timer for power DHW mode by hot key of wired remote controller
3061 : Combination of external field solar panel for with heat pump for DHW heating
307✴ : Default direction of the DHW valve or Zone #1, #2 valve
Power DHW by User Input
Direction of the valves
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Setting option switches and function of keys
Test operation
Picture
Mode
①
Description
Heating/DHW Priority
Heat Pump
Heating Code
40✴✴
Backup Heater
Backup Boiler
Outing
Others Code
50✴✴
DHW Saving Mode
TDM Variable
Power Peak Control
Sub Code Default
✴✴11
Min
Max
Step
Unit
0(DHW)
0
1(Heating)
-
-
Outdoor Temp for Priority
✴✴12
0
-15
20
1
˚C
Heating Off
✴✴13
25
14
35
1
˚C
Overshoot
✴✴14
2
1
4
1
˚C
Application
✴✴21
1(On)
0(Off)
1
-
-
BUH/BSH Priority
✴✴22
0(Both)
0
2(BSH)
1
-
For back-up use only
✴✴23
1(On)
0(Off)
1
-
-
Threshold Temp
✴✴24
0
-15
35
1
˚C
-
Application
✴✴31
0(No)
0
1(Yes)
-
Boiler Priority
✴✴32
0(Off)
0
1(On)
-
-
Threshold Temp
✴✴33
-15
-20
5
1
˚C
Water Out Temp for Cooling
✴✴11
25
5
25
1
˚C
Room Temp for Cooling
✴✴12
30
18
30
1
˚C
Water Out Temp for Heating
✴✴13
25
15
55
1
˚C
③
For checking sensor
⑥
Mode
✴✴14
16
16
30
1
˚C
✴✴15
25
5
25
1
˚C
①
②
Auto Cooling WL2 Temp
✴✴16
25
5
25
1
˚C
Auto Heating WL1 Temp
✴✴17
15
15
55
1
˚C
Auto Heating WL2 Temp
✴✴18
15
15
55
1
˚C
Target Tank Temp
✴✴19
30
30
70
1
˚C
Temp Difference
✴✴21
5
0
40
1
˚C
A2A Max Operation Time
✴✴31
30
5
60
5
min
⑤
A2W Min Operation Time
✴✴32
3
0
10
1
min
Application
✴✴41
0(No)
0
1(Yes)
-
-
⑥
Select forced off parts
✴✴42
1
0
3
-
-
Using input voltage
✴✴43
1(High)
0(Low)
1
-
-
[D-00]
Compressor
Back up heater
Booster heater
Forced off
Forced off
Forced off
1
Forced off
Forced off
Permitted
2
Forced off
Permitted
Forced off
3
Forced off
Permitted
Permitted
Cancel
⑤
Room Temp for Heating
0 (Default)
⑧
④
Auto Cooling WL1 Temp
• Code 5042
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⑦
②
Field Setting Value
Main Menu &
Sub Menu Function
Code
Explanation
1. Commissioning mode
ffFor active
-- Commissioning mode can be implemented regardless
of communication error without outdoor installation.
-- The mode will be activated after change to DIP#5 “ON”
or resetting power
-- Allowed by Keys input for Heating/How water over for
3sec
ffFor inactive
-- Cancel key input over for 3 sec. basic functions of each
keys are not available for commissioning (Inactive : all
heating loads is restored to default)
③
④
⑦
For checking sensor
⑧
Cancel
2. Installation / Checks
-- Key #1 ~ #8 : Pump, Backup Heater 1st/2nd control,
Booster Heater, Backup Boiler, 3-way valve(for 2-way
valve, how water ↔ heating/cooling), 2-way valve
#1(Thermostat #1 for Zone #1), 2-way valve #2
(Thermostat #2 for Zone #2)
-- Icons displayed and contact output will be provided
when button input by wired remote controller (3way
valve for how water (key#6) come to default condition
(room direction) other keys come to default (OFF)
-- If the input of pump (#1) not performed than backup
heater (#2, #3), “Not available” signal will be pop up.
-- 3way valve (key#6) will not go into “ON” simultaneously
with zone control and 2 way valve for cooling. While
input of “ON” for something be progressed, if another
input signal be putted, “Not available” signal will be pop
up. Prohibited for getting to “ON” between 2 way valves
(Zone #1 = 2-1, Zone #2 = 2-2)
-- Each key can be allowed to change in condition of
initial default (one time), if users want to do re-input
in case of wrong operation, all loads contacts will be
restored to default (FF) and “Not available” will be
displayed over one time input.
-- The key of “VIEW” always be allowed for input. Every
time the key be pushed, values of Water In, Water Out1
(Heat Exchanger Out), Water Out2 (Backup Heater
Out), Tank, Room will be displayed in order. If no input
additionally for 5 sec, it will be restored to previous
condition.
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ENGLISH
• Code 40✴✴ : User’s options for heating devices including internal backup heater and external boiler
401✴ : Space/DHW heating priority and control variables
402✴ : Backup/Booster heater priority and control variables
403✴ : Additional backup boiler operating variables
• Code 50✴✴ : User’s options for extra functions
501✴ : New target temperatures of each mode by “Outgoing” hot key of remote controller
5021 : Temperature difference between before & after values in “Economic” DHW mode
503✴ : Time-division multi(TDM) variables for combining operation b/w A2A and A2W
Test operation
Before running the system
Picture
Explanation
①
⑦
For checking sensor
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
⑧
Cancel
Control panel
ENGLISH
Mode
3. Emergency mode
-- Emergency mode shall be possible regardless of
outdoor communication error. It is available after
change DIP#5 and DIP#6 into “ON” and re-set mode.
-- Enable/ disable modes: allowed for heating and how
water mode. Heater mode will be available after each
“ON” mode and disable mode can be ended by each
“OFF” input (available for Simultaneous Operation)
-- Depending on the condition of heater or tank uninstallation using heater in emergency modes will
be decided. Wired remote controller will show the
sign of “Not available” according to the signal “ON” for
emergency mode in un-installation of heater or tank.
-- It is not allowed to run heating mode for out door
thermostat or indoor temperature control in terms
of safety problem. Before running emergency mode,
FSV#2091, 2092 shall be on “OFF”. If not, “Not available”
will be shown.
Make sure to confirm if refrigerant leakage, looseness of power cords and electric wires after completing installation of kit
and heat pump systems.
Power(Space mode)
Display panel
Up/Down button
DHW hot key
Outing hot key
Power(DHW mode)
Mode button (Space mode)
Mode button (DHW mode)
Set button
View button
Daily schedule setting button
Weekly schedule setting button
Cancel/Delete button
Silent button
Schedule Set button
Lock button
Test button
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Troubleshooting
Error codes
This page is showing the useful technical information for diagnosing and making error correction for various troubles which
may occur in the system. Before contacting your local installers, read this page carefully and implement visual inspections of
the whole system.
If the unit has some problem to work properly, the LED on hydro unit will flash and some error codes will be displayed on the
controller. The following table described the explanation of error codes on the LCD display.
Actions
Heating or cooling performance are not good
• Check the temperature adjustment in the controller
• Check if the water is filled in the system fully
• Check the water flow rate
Loud noise from water pump
• Check air purge valve (Make it open and close)
• Check if the water is filled in the system fully
• Check if strainer is full of foreign materials
System does not work even power source does not
have problem
• Check if wiring connections are installed well
• Check if water flow rate is low (system will not work in condition
of below 16 LPM)
Solar pump is not working
• Check TB-B and wire connections
Remote controller cannot be set
• Check if it has the mode of master or slave
• If there are 2 controllers, either one shall have slave mode.
CAUTION
WARNING
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Thermistor
ENGLISH
Possible causes
ffCheck its resistance. 10kΩ@24°C (Outdoor unit), 220kΩ@24°C (DHW Tank, Solar)
ffCheck its location as shown at the diagram.
ffCheck its contact status with pipe.
ffFinal solution is to change parts
Display
Explanation
EVA inlet thermistor SHORT or OPEN
EVA outlet thermistor SHORT or OPEN
Wired remote controller thermistor SHORT or OPEN
FRAM Read/Write Error (Wired remote controller data error)
Water inlet thermistor SHORT or OPEN
• Always make sure to turn off the system before implementing the visual checking or disassemble for detail
checks.
PHE outlet thermistor SHORT or OPEN
• Incorrect handling of thermostat, safety valve or other valves may lead to tank rupture. When servicing the unit
follow instructions carefully:
-- Always turn off main power supply when water supply is being shut off.
-- Test the free operation of the safety valve regularly by opening the valve ensuring the water flows freely.
-- Electrical connection and all servicing of the electrical components should only be carried out by an
authorized electrician.
-- Fitting and all servicing of plumbing fixtures should only be carried out by an authorized installer.
-- When replacing the thermostat, safety valve or any other valve or part supplied with this unit, use only
approved parts of the same specification.
Water tank thermistor SHORT or OPEN
Water outlet thermistor SHORT or OPEN
Abnormal communication between wired remote controller and hydro unit
Communication tracking error between wired remote controller and hydro unit
FRAM Read/Write error (Wired remote controller data error)
Flow switch ‘OFF’ error (Condition: Flow switch signal is off during 10 seconds when the water pump
signal is ON)
Flow switch ‘ON’ error (Condition: Flow switch signal is on during 10 seconds when the water pump
signal is off)
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