Samsung Control Unit Installation manual

MIM-E03✴
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Contents
Safety precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Product specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Main components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Installing the unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Wiring works . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Wiring schematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Setting option switches and function of keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Before running the system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Error codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
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Safety precautions
Carefully follow the precautions listed as below because they are essential to guarantee the safety of SAMSUNG product.
ENGLISH
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, DO 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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Product specifications
Item
Description
MIM-E03A
Wired remote controller
blue cable(15m) for DHW
Temp. Sensor
red cable(15m) for backup heater
Remote controller cable (1EA, 10m)
Smart Grid cable (1EA, 2m)
Flow Switch (1EA)
(Set point : Min. 16LPM)
 Temp. sensor = Temperature sensor
Main components
Model name
Detail components
MIM-E03A
Parts
Qty.
Main PBA
1
ELCB(30A)
1
Grounding screw
6
Rubber
4
Base plate
1
Top cover plate
1
Case screw
2
Weight (Net)
3.5kg
Packing size (W x H x D)
329mm x 439mm x 168mm
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Installing the unit
Deciding on where to install the unit
ENGLISH
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 external force.
Mounting the unit
Procedure
Remark
1. Remove 2 bolts from the unit.
Bolt
2. Open the top cover and install 4 screws on the wall.
3. Close the top cover and install 2 bolts again into the unit.
Installing the remote controller
Dimension
(Unit : mm)
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Installing the unit
Installation
1. Open the wired remote controller by pushing up the top cover of the remote controller while holding the rear cover
firmly. The wired remote controller opens in the way of slide.
2. Install the rear cover of the wired remote controller on the wall with the supplied screws. After that, arrange the power
cables on rear side of the front cover.
More than
30mm
More than
60mm
Screw hole
Front cover
Rear cover
❋❋ Before fixing the rear cover, clear
30mm of space on the top and
60mm on the right side.
❋❋ Fasten the screw in the
screw hole.
3. Connect the orange and brown wires from the wired remote controller to the power cable (V1, V2) of indoor unit.
Connect the red and black wires to the communication cable (F3, F4) of indoor unit.
ffTerminal type cable connection
Power cable
(V1, V2)
Communication cable
(F3, F4)
Indoor unit
Multi function
wired remote
controller
4. Reassemble the wired remote controller.
When you reassemble the wired remote controller, match the grooves on the left side.
CAUTION
• When using an extension cable, make sure that the communication cable and the power cable is installed
separately. (If not, it may cause malfunction of the wired remote controller.)
• Power cable of the wired remote controller(V1,V2) should be connected to the one indoor unit only.
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Wiring works
Overall schematics
ENGLISH
Flow S/W
Outdoor Unit
(Communication)
DHW
Temp. sensor
Temp. sensor
Backup
heater
ELCB
Solar pump
Main Power
Booster Heater
2way Valve
(Zone#2)
Relay or
Magnetic
contactor
2way Valve
(Zone#1)
Backup Boiler
Room
Thermostat1
Room
Thermostat2
2way Valve
(DHW)
Backup
heater1
Backup
heater2
Water
pump
NOTE
• ELCB : Earth leakage circuit breaker
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Wiring works
I
H
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
ffOutput
Description
PORT No.
Input/Output
AC/DC
Maximum running
current
A
Main power supply
A1, A2
Input
AC
30A
B
Booster heater
A3, A4
Output
AC
20A
C
Backup heater & boiler (relay or magnetic
contactor control)
B1, B2, B3, B4
Output
AC
0.5A
D
Water pump
B5, B6
Output
AC
2A
E
2way valve
B7~B18
Output
AC
0.5A
F
Room thermostat
B19, B20
Output
AC
0.5A
B21~B24
Input
AC
10mA
G
Solar pump
B25, B26
Input
AC
10mA
H
Communication line (RS485)
F1, F2
Input/Output
DC
10mA
I
Flow switch
F/S
Input
DC
1mA
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Selecting solderless ring terminal
ffSelect a solderless ring terminal of a connecting power cable based on a nominal dimensions for cable.
ffCover a solderless ring terminal and a connector part of the power cable and then connect it.
Silver solder
ENGLISH
B
Nominal dimensions for cable (mm2)
1.5
2.5
10
16
Nominal dimensions for screw (mm)
4
4
4
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
9.5
9.5
15
15
16
12
16.5
16
22
22
24
Standard dimension (mm)
Allowance (mm)
Standard dimension (mm)
D
d1
Allowance (mm)
Standard dimension (mm)
Allowance (mm)
±0.2 ±0.2
±0.3
±0.3
5.6
7.1
11.5
13.3
13.5 17.5
+0.3 +0.3
-0.2 -0.2
+0.3
-0.2
+0.3 +0.3
-0.2 -0.2
+0.5
-0.2
+0.5
-0.2
+0.5 +0.5
-0.2 -0.4
1.7
9
±0.3 ±0.4
2.3
3.4
4.5
5.8
7.7
9.4
11.4 13.3
±0.2 ±0.2
±0.2
±0.2 ±0.2
±0.2
±0.2
±0.3 ±0.4
12.5
17.5 18.5
4.1
4.1
6
7
Max.
16
Standard dimension (mm)
4.3
Min.
70
±0.2
Min.
t
50
4.2
Min.
Allowance (mm)
35
3.4
F
d2
25
±0.2 ±0.2
E
L
4/6
6
7.9
9.5
9
13
5
9
17.5
20
28.5
30
33
5.3
4.3
8.4
8.4
8.4
+ 0.2 + 0.2 + 0.2 +0.4 +0.4 +0.4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0.7
0.8
0.9
1.15 1.45
11
15
13
13
38
43
50
51
8.4
8.4
8.4
8.4
8.4
34
8.4
13
14
20
+0.4
0
+0.4
0
+0.4 +0.4
0
0
1.7
1.8
1.8
2.0
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Wiring works
Selection for the power and booster heater wire terminal
ffConnect the cables to the terminal board using the solderless ring terminal.
ffUse certified and verified cables.
ffConnect using a driver which is able to apply the rated torque to the screws.
ffIf the terminal is loose, fire may occur caused by arc.
If the terminal is connected too firmly, the terminal may be damaged.
ffExternal force should not be applied to the terminal block and wires.
ffThe cable ties to fasten the wire should be an incombustible material, V0 or above.
(The cable ties should be used to fasten the power wire and they are supplied with the unit.)
Tightening Torque(kgf•cm)
M3.5
8 ~ 10
Wired remote controller, Communication(F1,F2)
M4
12 ~ 15
1 phase AC power : backup heater, water pump, valve,
room controller, solar pump
M5
20 ~ 25
1 phase AC power, heater out, ELCB AC power
ffMain PCB
M3.5 Screw
M4 Screw
M3.5 Screw
ffELCB
M5 Screw
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Grounding work
ffGrounding must be done by a qualified installer for your safety.
Grounding the power cable
Installation place
Power condition
High humidity
Electrical potential of lower than 150V
Electrical potential of higher than
150V
Average humidity
ENGLISH
ffThe standard of grounding may vary according to the rated voltage and installation place of the air conditioner.
ffGround the power cable according to the following.
Low humidity
Perform the grounding work Perform the grounding work 2
if possible for your safety. Note 2)
3. Note 1)
Must perform the grounding work 3. Note 1)
(In case of installing circuit breaker)
Note 1) Grounding work 3
• Grounding must be done by your installation specialist.
• Check if the grounding resistance is lower than 100Ω. When installing a circuit breaker that can cut the electric circuit in
case of a short circuit, the allowable grounding resistance can be 30~500Ω.
Note 2) Grounding at dry place
• The grounding resistance is should be lower than 100Ω. (It should not be higher than 250Ω)
❋❋ Examples to use cable striper
<Cable striper>
1. Adjust the blade position by coin(the controller is at the bottom side of the tool). Fix the
blade position according to the outer sheath thickness of the power cable.
2. Fix the power cable and tool by using the hook at the top side of the tool.
3. Cut out the outer sheath of the power cable by revolving the tool in the direction of the
arrow, two or three times.
4. At this situation, cut out the outer sheath of the power cable by moving the tool toward
the arrow direction expressed.
5. Slightly bend the wire and pull out the cut part of the outer sheath.
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Wiring works
Power and communication with outdoor unit
Communication Wire
ELCB
L N
Power Wire
Main PCB
• Be careful when connecting L, N.
CAUTION
Connecting the power wire
1. Connect ‘Live’ and 'Neutral’ power line with ‘L, N’ of a ELCB.
2. Connect ‘L,N’ of a ELCB with ‘A1 and A2’ in TB-A.
3. Connect ‘Protective Earth’ line with ‘Earth screw’ In case.
Recommended wire specification
Load
Do NOT use Heater (Water Pump,
Valve, Wired RMC)
Power Supply
1Ø, 220-240V, 50Hz
Use Booster Heater (Max. 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
ffThe power cable is not supplied with air conditioner
ffThis equipment with "IEC 61000-3-12".
ffSupply cords of parts of appliances for control kit use shall not be lighter than polychloroprene sheathed flexible cord
(Code designation IEC:60245 IEC 57 / CENELEC:H05RN-F)
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
Outdoor Unit
(at Control Plate)
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Communication with a wired remote controller
Wired Remote Controller
ENGLISH
Connecting a wired remote controller
1. Connect 'V1, V2, F3, F4' of TB-C kit with 'V1, V2, F3, F4' of a wired remote controller.
ff2 units (wired remote controllers) are able to be installed on TB-C.
ffWhen 2 units are installed, either one shall has "Master" setting and another one shall have "Slave" settings on a wired
remote controller.
Temp. Sensor for DHW, Booster heater and a water Flow S/W
Flow S/W
Temp. sensor for DHW
Temp. sensor for backup heater
Connecting a temp. sensor wire into DHW
1. Put the sensor side of a temp. sensor wire into the designated location in a DHW.
2. Connect the other side of the line at T4.
Connecting a temp. sensor wire into a backup heater
1. Put the sensor side of a temp. sensor wire into the designated location in a backup heater.
2. Connect the other side of the line at T3.
Connecting a flow switch
1. Install a flow switch in water line.
2. Connect a wire of a flow switch into 'F/S' connector.
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Wiring works
Booster heater
Booster heater
Connecting a booster heater (a resistor heater – allowed limit : Max. 3kW)
1. Directly connect a ‘Booster heater’ with ‘A3 and A4 ’ in TB-A.
NOTE
• Wire spec : 4.0 mm2
• Code designation IEC : 60245 IEC 57 / CENELEC : H05RN-F
Connecting a booster heater (PTC heater – allowed limit : Max. 3kW)
1. Directly connect a ‘Booster heater’ with ‘A3 and A4 ’ in TB-A.
NOTE
• Wire spec : 6.0 mm2
• Code designation IEC : 60245 IEC 57 / CENELEC : H05RN-F
Specification table
Part
Specification
Terminal Block (output)
A3, A4 of TB-A
Connection load
Direct connection a booster heater
Output (A3, A4)
AC 230V (MAX 20A)
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Backup heater
ENGLISH
Relay or Magnetic Contactor Wire
Connecting a relay or a magnetic contactor for a backup heater (Not Directly connect a backup heater)
1. Connect a 'relay or a magnetic contactor’ with ‘B1, B2 and B3’ in TB-B.
ffWhen a backup heater mode is “ON” at 1st step, a control signal of AC230V goes through B1 and B2.
ffWhen a backup heater mode is “ON” at 2nd step, a control signal of AC230V goes through B1 and B3.
1st step
NOTE
2st step
This port can NOT supply enough power for driving a backup heater.
It’s just for providing a ON/OFF control signal.
Maximum current is 0.5A.
Specification table
Part
Specification
Terminal Block (output)
Step1 : B1, B2 of TB-B
Step2 : B1, B3 of TB-B
Connection load
Relay or Magnetic contactor for a control signal
Output (B1,B2 or [B1,B2]+[B1,B3])
AC 230V (MAX 0.5A)
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Wiring works
Backup boiler
Relay or Magnetic Contactor Wire
Connecting a relay or a magnetic contactor for a backup boiler (Not Directly connect a backup boiler)
1. Connect a 'relay or a magnetic contactor' with 'B1, B4' in TB-B.
ffWhen a backup heater mode is “ON”, a control signal of AC230V goes through B1 and B4.
NOTE
This port can NOT supply enough power for driving a backup boiler.
It’s just for providing a ON/OFF control signal.
Maximum current is 0.5A.
Specification table
Part
Specification
Terminal Block (output)
B1, B4 of TB-B
Connection load
Relay or Magnetic contactor for a control signal
Output (B1, B4)
AC 230V (MAX 0.5A)
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Water pump
ENGLISH
Water Pump
Connecting a water pump
1. Directly connect a ‘Water Pump’ with ‘B5, B6’ in TB-B.
ffAC230V goes through B5 and B6 to turn a water pump on.
NOTE
This port can supply power for small-medium sized water pump.
Maximum current is 2A.
Specification table
Part
Specification
Terminal block (output)
B5, B6
Connection load
Water pump (under 2A)
Output (B5, B6)
AC 230V (MAX 2A)
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Wiring works
2way valve for DHW
2way valve for DHW
L
N
Relay
PCB
T/B
B7
B8
B9
B10
Initially, the relay is connected between L and B10
Connecting a 2way valve for DHW
1. Directly connect a ‘2way valve for DHW’ with ‘B7, B8, B9 and B10’ in TB-B.
NOTE
This port can supply power for small-medium sized valve.
Maximum current is 0.5A
Specification table
Part
Specification
Terminal block (Output)
B7 : Output Power N
B8 : Output Power L
B9 : Output Power L (switched)
B10 : Output Power L (switched)
Connection load
Direct connect 2way valves (under 0.5A)
Output (B7~B10)
AC 230V (MAX 0.5A / 120W)
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Wiring a 2way valve for DHW
1. Using the appropriate cable, connect a valve control cable to the TB-B
ffInitial status of the valve for DHW has to be closed. (no flow)
ffWhen it is closed
❈ In case of normal closed type
B7
B8
B9
B10
TB-B(Control kit
terminal block)
2way valve
(N/C type) *N/C(Normal closed)
B7
B8
B9
Mixing
Tank
DHW
B10
Mixing
Tank
2way
valve
ffWhen it is closed
❈ In case of normal opened type
TB for DHW
ENGLISH
TB for DHW
ffWhen it is opened
DHW
2way
valve
ffWhen it is opened
TB-B(Control kit
terminal block)
2way valve
(N/O type) *N/O(Normal open)
Mixing
Tank
DHW
2way
valve
Mixing
Tank
DHW
2way
valve
• Wiring is different for a N/C(normal closed) valve and a N/O(normal open) valve.
WARNING
2. Fix the cables with cable ties to the cable tie mountings to ensure strain relief.
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Wiring works
Wiring a 3way valve
1. Using the appropriate cable, connect the valve control cable to the TB-B
ffInitial status of a valve for DHW has to be closed.(no flow)
Below is case which control kit can support.
A
B
A
B
A
B
AB
AB
AB
Possible (O)
Not support(X)
Possible (O)
ffPlease check 3way valve type, then wire it properly to below blocks of the control kit.
L
N
Relay
PCB
T/B
B7
B8
B9
B10
Initially, the relay is connected between L and B10
WARNING
• Before completing installation of 3 way valve, check the direction of the opened port.
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2way valve for zone#1
ENGLISH
2way valve for zone#1
L
N
Relay
PCB
T/B
B11
B12
B13
B14
Initially, the relay is connected between L and B14
Connecting a 2way valve for zone#1
1. Directly connect a ‘2way valve for zone#1’ with ‘B11, B12, B13 and B14 ’ in TB-B.
NOTE
This port can supply power for small-medium sized valve.
Maximum current is 0.5A
Specification table
Part
Specification
Terminal block (Output)
B11 : Output Power N
B12 : Output Power L
B13 : Output Power L (switched)
B14 : Output Power L (switched)
Connection load
Direct connect 2way valves (under 0.5A)
Output (B11~B14)
AC 230V (MAX 0.5A / 120W)
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Wiring works
Wiring a 2way valve for zone#1
• When outlet water temperature reach to lower than 16°C in cooling mode, Zone#1 2way valve is closed.
NOTE
1. Using the appropriate cable, connect a valve control cable to the TB-B
ffInitial status of a valve for zone#1 has to be opened.(flow)
ffWhen it is opened
❈ In case of normal closed type
TB for zone#1
B11
B12
B13
B14
TB-B(Control kit
terminal block)
2way valve
(N/C type) *N/C(Normal closed)
B11
B12
B13
Mixing
Tank
Mixing
Zone#1 Tank
2way
valve
ffWhen it is opened
❈ In case of normal opened type
TB for zone#1
B14
ffWhen it is closed
Zone#1
2way
valve
ffWhen it is closed
TB-B(Control kit
terminal block)
2way valve
(N/O type) *N/O(Normal open)
Mixing
Tank
Mixing
Zone#1 Tank
2way
valve
Zone#1
2way
valve
• Wiring is different for a N/C(normal closed) valve and a N/O(normal open) valve.
WARNING
2. Fix the cables with cable ties to the cable tie mountings to ensure strain relief.
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2way valve for zone#2
ENGLISH
2way valve for zone2
L
N
Relay
PCB
T/B
B15
B16
B17
B18
Initially, the relay is connected between L and B18
Connecting a 2way valve for zone#2
1. Directly connect a ‘2way valve for zone#2’ with ‘pin B15, B16, B17 and B18’ in TB-B.
NOTE
This port can supply power for small-medium sized valve.
Maximum current is 0.5A
Specification table
Part
Specification
Terminal block (Output)
B15 : Output power N
B16 : Output Power L
B17 : Output Power L (switched)
B18 : Output Power L (switched)
Connection load
Direct connect 2way valves (under 0.5A)
Output (B15~B18)
AC 230V (MAX 0.5A / 120W)
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Wiring works
Wiring a 2way valve for zone#2
1. Using the appropriate cable, connect a valve control cable to the TB-B
ffInitial status of a valve for zone#2 has to be opened.(flow)
ffWhen it is opened
❈ In case of normal closed type
TB for zone#2
B15
B16
B17
B18
TB-B(Control kit
terminal block)
2way valve
(N/C type) *N/C(Normal closed)
B15
B16
B17
Mixing
Tank
Mixing
Zone#2 Tank
2way
valve
ffWhen it is opened
❈ In case of normal opened type
TB for zone#2
B18
ffWhen it is closed
Zone#2
2way
valve
ffWhen it is closed
TB-B(Control kit
terminal block)
2way valve
(N/O type) *N/O(Normal open)
Mixing
Tank
Mixing
Zone#2 Tank
2way
valve
Zone#2
2way
valve
• Wiring is different for a N/C(normal closed) valve and a N/O(normal open) valve.
WARNING
2. Fix the cables with cable ties to the cable tie mountings to ensure strain relief.
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Room thermostat
❈ Wiring example
ENGLISH
Room Thermostat
ROOM CONTROLLER
INPUT/OUTPUT PORT
Connecting a room thermostat (On/Off Controller)
1. Connect a ‘Room thermostat’ with ‘B19, B20, B21, B22, B23 and B24’ in TB-B.
NOTE
Maximum Consumption Power
Each port use under 10mA
Specification table
Part
Specification
Terminal block
(output)
B19 : Output Power N (power supplying port for Thermostat)
B20 : Output Power L (power supplying port for Thermostat)
Terminal block
(input)
B21 : Detecting switched L line for cooling mode for zone1
B22 : Detecting switched L line for heating mode for zone1
B23 : Detecting switched L line for cooling mode for zone2
B24 : Detecting switched L line for heating mode for zone2
Connection load
Connect Room On/Off Controller
Output (B19, B20)
AC230V (Max 0.5A)
Input (B21, B22, B23, B24)
AC230V L line (Max 10mA)
Condition for operation
B21 detects L line  cooling mode at zone#1
B22 detects L line  heating mode at zone#1
B23 detects L line  cooling mode at zone#2
B24 detects L line  heating mode at zone#2
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Wiring works
Example
zone#1 only : cooling mode
zone#2 only : cooling mode
Room thermostat
zone#1 only : heating mode
Room thermostat
zone#2 only : heating mode
Room thermostat
WARNING
Room thermostat
zone#1, zone#2 : cooling mode
Room thermostat
zone#1, zone#2 : heating mode
Room thermostat
• Before completing installation of Room thermostat, check the wiring method in a manual of Room thermostat
to output L line.
Target zone
Zone 1
Thermostat on/off controller's output signal
Only Heat
ffConnect a thermostat on/off controller's power to B19, B20 and connect output of a thermostat on/off controller to B22.
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Solar Pump
ENGLISH
Solar pump
TB for Solar pump
B25
B26
Solar
pump
N
L1
L
Solar pump
power (230V)
Connecting solar pump
1. Connect a ‘Solar pump power line’ with ‘B25, B26 ’ in TB-B.
NOTE
Maximum Consumption Power
• Each port use under 10mA
• B25, B26 ports are an input port for detection and they do NOT supply power to a solar pump.
Specification table
Part
Specification
Terminal block (input)
B25 : input for detection Power N
B26 : input for detection Power L
Connection load
Direct connect from solar pump (AC230V)
Input (B25~B26)
AC 230V (MAX 10mA)
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Wiring schematics
Wiring diagram
VALVE#2
LIVE - ZONE#2 N/O
LIVE - ZONE#2 N/C
LIVE - PUMP
VALVE#1
LIVE - ZONE#1 N/O
LIVE - ZONE#1 N/C
BOOSTER
HEATER
VALVE#3
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Setting option switches and function of keys
Field setting mode
Field Setting Value(FSV) Table
ENGLISH
NOTE
• Reset the power after changing the Field Setting Value.
• 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
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
Description
Sub Code Default
Min
Max
Step
Unit
Max
✴✴11
25
18
25
1
˚C
Min
✴✴12
16
5
18
1
˚C
Max
✴✴21
30
24
30
1
˚C
Min
✴✴22
18
18
22
1
˚C
Max
✴✴31
55
37
55
1
˚C
Min
✴✴32
25
15
37
1
˚C
Max
✴✴41
30
24
30
1
˚C
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
Point ②
✴✴12
15
10
20
1
˚C
Water Out Temp for WL1 Heating
(WL1-Floor)
Point ①
✴✴21
40
40
55
1
˚C
Point ②
✴✴22
25
17
37
1
˚C
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)
-
-
Point ①
✴✴51
30
25
35
1
˚C
˚C
Room Temp for heating
DHW Tank Temp
Outdoor Temp for Water Law (Heating)
Water Law Code
Outdoor Temp for Water Law (Cooling)
20✴✴
Water Out Temp for WL1 Cooling
(WL1-Floor)
Point ②
✴✴52
40
35
45
1
Point ①
✴✴61
25
18
25
1
˚C
Point ②
✴✴62
18
5
18
1
˚C
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
WL Type
✴✴81
1(WL1)
1
2(WL2)
-
-
#1(Floor)
✴✴91
0(No)
0
1(Yes)
-
-
#2(FCU)
✴✴92
0(No)
0
1(Yes)
-
-
External Thermostat Application
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Setting option switches and function of keys
• 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
When the 3way valve is applied to DHW Valve terminal block instead of 2way valve, default direction is Space
Heating (Room)
Field Setting Value
Main Menu &
Code
Sub Menu Function
Description
Domestic Hot Water Tank
Application
✴✴11
Max Temp
✴✴21
Heat Pump
DHW Code
30✴✴
Booster Heater
Sub Code Default
Min
Max
Step
Unit
0(No)
0
1(Yes)
-
-
50
45
55
1
˚C
˚C
Stop
✴✴22
2
2
10
1
Start
✴✴23
5
1
20
1
˚C
Min Operation
✴✴24
5
0
20
1
min
Max Operation
✴✴25
30
5
95
5
min
Interval
✴✴26
3
0
10
0.5
hour
Application
✴✴31
1(On)
0(OFF)
1
-
-
Delay Time
✴✴32
20
20
95
5
min
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
Disinfection
Start Time
✴✴43
23
0
23
1
Target Temp
✴✴44
70
40
70
5
˚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
Solar Panel
H/P Combination
✴✴61
0
0
1(Yes)
-
-
Direction of 2Way valve
DHW valve
✴✴71
0(Close)
0
1(Open)
-
-
Power DHW by User Input
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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
504✴ : Power Peak control for Smart Grid
Field Setting Value
Main Menu &
Sub Menu Function
Code
Heat Pump
Heating Code
40✴✴
Backup Heater
Backup Boiler
Outing
Description
Sub Code Default
Min
Max
Step
Unit
Heating/DHW Priority
✴✴11
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
-
Cold weather compensation
✴✴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
Room Temp for Heating
✴✴14
16
16
30
1
˚C
Auto Cooling WL1 Temp
✴✴15
25
5
25
1
˚C
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
DHW Saving Mode
Temp Difference
✴✴21
5
0
40
1
˚C
Application
✴✴41
0(No)
0
1(Yes)
-
-
Power Peak Control
Select forced off parts
✴✴42
1
0
2
-
-
Using input voltage
✴✴43
1(High)
0(Low)
1
-
-
Others Code
50✴✴
• Code 5042
[D-00]
Compressor
Back up heater
Booster heater
0 (Default)
Forced off
Forced off
Forced off
1
Forced off
Forced off
Permitted
2
Permitted
Forced off
Forced off
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Setting option switches and function of keys
Field setting view mode
1. Enter and quit Field Setting View Mode
-- Press “View” and” Test” buttons for 3 seconds.
-- ‘Test’ icon pops up and display shows FSV address and value.
-- When there is no input of valid buttons for 3 minutes or “Cancel”
button is pressed, it goes back to normal mode automatically
2. How to use
-- “Up” : move to the next address
-- “Down” : Move to the previous address
-- “Cancel” : Back to the normal mode
-- “Not available” icon blinks when the invalid buttons are pressed.
FSV
FSV # Address
Self test mode
(3sec) Enter Self Test
Mode
Function OFF / (3sec)
Quit Self Test Mode
①
Water Pump
②
Back up Heater 1st state
③
Back up Heater 2st state
④
Booster Heater
③
⑤
Back up Boiler
④
⑥
DHW Valve
⑤
⑦
Zone #1 Valve
⑧
Zone #2 Valve
①
⑦
②
⑧
⑥
-


Show five temp. sensor
values in order


-
Not available
Thermostat (Heating)
No.1 / No.2
Thermostat (Cooling)
No.1 / No.2
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ENGLISH
1. Self test mode
-- Self Test Mode is implemented ignoring errors.
-- It can be implemented without OUTDOOR UNIT installation.
-- Buttons have new functions as shown in the upper table under the Self Test Mode
2. Enter and quit Self test mode
ffTo enter Self test mode
-- Set DIP #5 (wired remote controller) “ON” and reset power.
-- Press both “Set” and “Test” buttons over 3 sec.
-- ‘TEST’ icon and sign pop up.
ffTo quit the self test mode
-- Press “Cancel “ button over 3 sec.
3. How to use
-- ‘Not available’ icon pops up when the buttons not shown in the upper table are pressed.
-- All the functions’ default states are “OFF”
-- Pressing the button (#1~#8) makes its function “ON” and Cancel button makes all the functions “OFF”
-- Back up Heater 1(button#2) and 2(button#3) are not available when the Water Pump (button #1) is not “ON”
-- Every time you press the View button, it shows temperature sensor values in order. PHE water inlet  PHE water outlet
 Backup Heater outlet  Water Tank  Room. It goes back to the previous state when there is no View button input
for 5 sec.
-- ‘HEAT’ or ‘COOL’ sign and thermostat icon pop up instead of ‘TEST’ sign when the thermostat is connected.
Before running the system
Make sure to confirm if refrigerant leakage, looseness of power cords and electric wires after completing installation of kit
and heat pump systems.
Wired remote controller
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
The following table shows 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.
Possible causes
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
• Always make sure to turn off the system before implementing the visual checking or disassemble for detail
checks.
• 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.
Error codes
If the unit has some problems and does not work normally, error code is shown on the OUTDOOR UNIT main PBA or LCD of
the wired remote controller.
Display
Explanation
101
CONTROL KIT / OUTDOOR UNIT wire connection error
102
CONTROL KIT / OUTDOOR UNIT communication time out error
162
EEPROM Error
201
CONTROL KIT/OUTDOOR UNIT communication error (Matching error)
202
CONTROL KIT/OUTDOOR UNIT communication error (3 min)
203
Communication error between INVERTER and MAIN MICOM (6 min)
221
OUTDOOR UNIT temperature sensor error
231
condenser temperature sensor error
251
Discharge temperature sensor error
320
OLP sensor error
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Display
Explanation
Detection of OUTDOOR UNIT compressor freezing (During cooling operation)
404
Protection of OUTDOOR UNIT when it is overload (during Safety Start, Normal operation state)
416
Discharge of a compressor is overheated
419
OUTDOOR UNIT EEV operation error
425
Power source line missing error (only for 3-phase model)
440
Heating operation blocked (outdoor temperature over 35°C)
441
Cooling operation blocked (outdoor temperature under 9°C)
458
OUTDOOR UNIT fan1 error
461
[Inverter] Compressor startup error
462
[Inverter] Total current error/PFC over current error
463
OLP is overheated
464
[Inverter] IPM over current error
465
Compressor V limit error
466
DC LINK over/low voltage error
467
[Inverter] Compressor rotation error
468
[Inverter] Current sensor error
469
[Inverter] DC LINK voltage sensor error
470
EEPROM read/write error
471
[Inverter] OTP error
474
IPM(IGBT Module) or PFCM temperature sensor Error
475
OUTDOOR UNIT fan2 error
484
PFC Overload Error
485
Input current sensor error
500
IPM is overheated
554
Gas leak error
601
Communication error between the CONTROL KIT and wired remote controller
602
Wired remote controller Master/Slave setting error
604
Communication tracking error between the CONTROL KIT and wired remote controller
607
Communication error between the Master and Salve wired remote controllers
901
Water inlet (PHE) temperature sensor error(open/short)
902
Water outlet (PHE) temperature sensor error(open/short)
903
Water outlet (backup heater) temperature sensor error.
904
DHW tank temperature sensor error
906
Refrigerant gas inlet (PHE) temperature sensor (open/short)
911
Flow switch and water pump error (F/S signal is OFF for 10 sec. during the water pump signal is ON)
912
Flow switch and water pump error (Water pump signal is OFF for 60sec during the F/S signal is ON)
ENGLISH
403
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