Vitosolic 200 SD4 Operating284 KB

Operating instructions
VIESMANN
for the system user
Control unit for solar thermal systems
VITOSOLIC 200
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5/2009
Please keep safe.
Safety instructions
For your safety
Please follow these safety instructions closely to prevent accidents and material losses.
Safety instructions explained
Danger
Incorrect work on the system can
lead to life-threatening accidents.
Work on electrical equipment
must only be carried out by a
qualified electrician.
Danger
This symbol warns against the
risk of injury.
!
Please note
This symbol warns against the
risk of material losses and environmental pollution.
In case of fire
Danger
Fire creates the risk of burning
and explosions.
■ Shut down the system.
■ Use a tested fire extinguisher,
class ABC.
Note
Details identified by the word "Note" contain additional information.
Target group
These operating instructions are
designed for system users.
This appliance is not designed to be
used by persons (including children) with
limited physical, sensory or mental
capacities, or lacking experience and/or
knowledge, unless they are supervised
by a person responsible for their safety,
or have received instructions from such
a person as to how to use the appliance.
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Please note
Components that are not tested
with the system may lead to system damage, or may affect its
functions.
Installation or replacement work
must only be carried out by qualified personnel.
Please note
Children should be supervised.
Ensure that children never play
with the appliance.
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Ancillary components, spare and
wearing parts
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Index
Index
Introductory information
Commissioning.....................................................................................................
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Operation............................................................................................................
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Scanning options
Scanning actual values........................................................................................
Scanning messages.............................................................................................
Scanning statement values..................................................................................
Scanning the heat meter......................................................................................
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What to do if...
The solar thermal system does not start..............................................................
There is no DHW available...................................................................................
The display appears dark.....................................................................................
The display illumination flashes............................................................................
Scanning faults.....................................................................................................
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Menu overview.................................................................................................... 12
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Introductory information
Commissioning
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The commissioning and matching up of
the control unit to local conditions and to
the structural characteristics of the building, plus the instruction of the user in
operating the system, must be carried
out by your heating contractor.
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Operation
Operation
Controls
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A
A
B
Standard display
The standard display will automatically show after approx. 4 min.
OK key; to confirm your selection
or save the setting.
This takes you to the previous
step in the menu or cancels a setting that has been started.
B
/
/
Cursor keys
To scroll through the menu.
Cursor keys
To adjust values.
To change between standard display and main menu.
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The display can show four lines at a time.
The arrow on the l.h. side of the display
highlights the available menu item.
You can scroll through the menu with the
/ keys.
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Scanning options
Scanning actual values
Press the following keys:
1.
for the "Main menu".
2. OK
the first three actual values will
be displayed.
"Actual values"
Tcol
Tcol2
Tcylb
Tcyl2b to Tcyl4b
Tby
T-HE
Cyl. add.
Time
Date
Relays 1 to 7
Sensors 1 to 12
3.
4.
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for additional actual values,
subject to the system equipment level.
until the "Main menu"
appears.
Explanation
Collector temperature in °C
Collector temperature in an additional collector array in °C
Actual cylinder temperature in °C
Actual cylinder temperature for additional consumers (e.g.
DHW cylinder 2) in °C
Bypass temperature in °C
Temperature in an external heat exchanger in °C
Auxiliary function for DHW heating
Relay condition
Temperature at the respective sensor in °C
Note
If the sensor inputs are not connected, the value for "lead
break" will be displayed.
Intens.
Radiation intensity in conjunction with a solar thermal system
Note
If the sensor inputs are not connected, the value for "lead
break" will be displayed.
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Press the key in succession; the following diagrams will be displayed:
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A diagram in the standard display enables you to scan the collector and actual
cylinder temperatures in the course of
the day. In addition, if your heating contractor has enabled the heat meter, a
diagram displays the heat volume for the
past seven days.
Scanning options
Scanning actual values (cont.)
Actual cylinder temperature curve
Amount of heat in kWh
HM 1
Tcylb today
7
5
6
5
3
3
1
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Collector temperature curve
Tcol today
Note
The right bar indicates the value of the
current day in kWh.
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Scanning messages
Press the following keys:
3. OK to confirm.
1.
for the "Main menu".
4.
2.
for "Reports".
"Messages:"
No fault
Loading cyl...
(only with several consumers)
Pause cyl...
(only with several consumers)
Cyl set...
Fault
Explanation
There is no fault at the solar control unit.
Consumer displayed is being heated.
Only if the "Cyclical heating" function has been enabled by your heating contractor:
Pause in the heating of the displayed consumer.
Consumer displayed has reached its set value.
A fault has occurred at the solar control unit (for "Scanning the fault display", see page 11).
Software version (only for service engineers)
Hardware version (only for service engineers)
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SW version
HW version
for further displays (see the following table).
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Scanning options
Scanning statement values
Press the following keys:
5. OK
to confirm.
1.
for the "Main menu".
6.
2.
for "Solar".
for additional statement values, subject to the system
equipment level.
3. OK
to confirm.
4.
for "Statement".
"Statement"
Colmax
Col2max
Cylmax
Cly2max to
Cly4max
Relays 1 to 7
Days
/
7.
until the "Main menu"
appears.
Explanation
Maximum collector temperature in °C
Maximum collector temperature in an additional collector
array in °C
Maximum cylinder temperature in °C
Maximum cylinder temperature for additional consumers (e.g.
DHW cylinder 2) in °C
Hours run of actuators connected at relay outputs (e.g. solar
circuit pump at R1)
Days run, solar control unit
To reset the values, except for days
run:
2. OK to confirm.
Whilst the value is displayed, press the
following keys:
1. OK "Delete?""Yes" is displayed.
Press the following keys:
4.
for "HM 1" or "HM 2".
1.
for the "Main menu".
5. OK
to confirm.
2.
for "HM".
6.
for additional values, subject to
the system equipment level.
3. OK
to confirm.
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Scanning the heat meter
Scanning options
Scanning the heat meter (cont.)
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"HM..."
Tflow
Tretn
"Heat"
"Heat"
"Heat"
until the "Main menu"
appears.
Explanation
Flow temperature in °C
Return temperature in ºC
Amount of heat in Wh
Amount of heat in kWh
Amount of heat in MWh
Note
Add the heat values together.
The values are not calibrated.
To reset the heat meter values:
Whilst the value is displayed, press the
following keys:
1. OK "Delete?""Yes" is displayed.
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2. OK to confirm.
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What to do if...
The solar thermal system does not start
Cause
The mains isolator is switched OFF.
The solar control unit MCB has responded (mains voltage is present, display
does not illuminate).
Collector limit temperature or set cylinder
temperature has been reached.
The solar control unit is in "manual
mode".
Remedy
Switch ON the mains isolator.
Contact your local heating contractor.
Wait until the respective temperature has
fallen below the relevant limit.
To select "Auto":
1. Press
.
2. Press until "Manual mode" is displayed.
3. Press OK to confirm.
4. Press until "Relay 1" etc. is displayed.
5. Press OK to confirm.
6. Press the / keys for "Auto".
7. Press OK to confirm.
8. Press
until "Main menu" is displayed.
There is no DHW available
Remedy
Contact your local heating contractor.
Wait until the collector temperature has
fallen.
Contact your local heating contractor.
Contact your local heating contractor.
Enable DHW heating.
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control unit
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Cause
The solar control unit is faulty.
Collector temperature too high; safety
shutdown through the solar control unit.
The set cylinder temperature is too low.
Solar circuit pump faulty.
The DHW cylinder is not reheated:
The operating and time program is incorrectly set at the boiler control unit.
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What to do if...
The display appears dark
Cause
Power failure.
The power distribution MCB (main
domestic MCB) has responded (mains
voltage is not present).
Remedy
After power has been restored following
a failure, the solar control unit returns into
operation automatically.
Check the MCB and contact your heating
contractor, if necessary.
The display illumination flashes
Cause
Solar thermal system fault.
Remedy
Scan the fault (see following chapter) and
contact your local heating contractor, if
necessary.
Scanning faults
If any faults have occurred in your solar
thermal system, the display illumination
flashes and "Fault" appears on the
standard display.
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Press the following keys:
1.
for the "Main menu".
2.
for "Messages".
3. OK
to confirm.
4.
for current causes of the fault
6.
until the "Main menu"
appears.
Example of a fault message
Cylinder temperature sensor lead broken
Messages:
Cyl set
! Interruption
>Sensor 2<
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5. Make a note of the cause of the fault.
This enables the heating contractor to
be better prepared for the service call
and may save additional travelling
costs.
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Menu overview
Menu overview
Subject to the individual system equipment level and functions (set by your
heating contractor), the displays may
vary from the example illustrated here.
Main menu
Actual values
Reports
Solar
HM
Manual mode
Operator code
A
Messages:
back
No fault
!Interruption
>Sensor <
!Sensor circuit
>Sensor <
?Night circ.
?ΔT too high
Solar:
back
Statement
HM:
back
HM 1
HM 2
A See page 6.
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Manual mode:
back
All relays
Relays 1 to 7
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Contact your local contractor if you have any questions regarding the maintenance
and repair of your system. You may, for example, find local contractors on the internet
under www.viessmann.com.
Viessmann Werke GmbH&Co KG
D-35107 Allendorf
Telephone: +49 6452 70-0
Fax: +49 6452 70-2780
www.viessmann.com
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Viessmann Limited
Hortonwood 30, Telford
Shropshire, TF1 7YP, GB
Telephone: +44 1952 675000
Fax: +44 1952 675040
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Applicable for the Vitosolic 200, type SD4
Part no. 7418 202
Subject to technical modifications.
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