Samsung AEN080YDEHA Operating instructions

Features of your Air to water heat pump
• Running Costs-Reduction of Up to 33.3%
Samsung EHS, known for its world class efficiency (12kW floor heating system with COP
of 4.60), can reduce 33.3% of your running costs as compared to a gas boiler.
• High Performance at Low Temperature
Samsung EHS is made up of an inverter compressor optimally operated according to
the outdoor temperature, offering heating performance of 90% at -10°C and reliable frost
protection at -20°C.
For easy future reference, write the model and serial
number down. You will find your model number on the
bottom right side of the air conditioner.
02_ Features
Model #
Serial #
Contents
04
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
OVERVIEW
07
CONTROL PANEL
CHECKING THE FUNCTION OF
BUTTONS AND INDICATORS
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
SPACE OPERATION MODE
DHW OPERATION MODE
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT
HOT KEY
SCHEDULE
STATUS INDICATOR
OPTIONAL FUNCTION INDICATOR
OPERATING BASIC FUNCTION
15 AVAILABLE MODE
16 SPACE HEATING OPERATION
17 SPACE COOLING OPERATION
18 WATER LAW
19 DOMESTIC WATER HEATING OPERATION
20TARGET ROOM AIR TEMPERATURE
OPERATION
04
07
08
15
ENGLISH
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
OPERATING HOT KEY FUNCTION
21
22
URGENT DHW MODE
OUTING MODE
OPERATING ADVANCED FUNCTION
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24
27
30
SETTING THE TIME
SETTING THE 7-DAY(WEEKLY) SCHEDULE
SETTING THE DAILY SCHEDULE
FIELD SETTING MODE
APPENDIX
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51
TEMPERATURE TABLE
DIP SWITCH SETTING
MAINTAINING THE UNIT
TROUBLESHOOTING TIPS
ERROR CODES
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Contents _03
Safety precautions
Before using your new air conditioner, please read this manual thoroughly to ensure that you know
how to safely and efficiently operate the extensive features and functions of your new appliance.
Because the following operating instructions cover various models, the characteristics of your air
conditioner may differ slightly from those described in this manual. If you have any questions, call your
nearest contact center or find help and information online at www.samsung.com.
Important safety symbols and precautions:
WARNING
Hazards or unsafe practices that may result in severe personal injury or death.
CAUTION
Hazards or unsafe practices that may result in minor personal injury or property damage.
Follow directions.
Unplug the power plug
from the wall socket.
Do NOT attempt.
Do NOT disassemble.
Make sure the machine is grounded to prevent electric shock.
FOR INSTALLATION
WARNING
Plug the power cord into a wall socket with the power specifications of the product or higher and use the socket for
this appliance only. In addition, do not use an extension cord.
• Sharing a wall socket with other appliances using a power strip or extending the power cord may result in electric shock or fire.
• Do not use an electric transformer. It may result in electric shock or fire.
• If the voltage/frequency/rated current condition is different, it may cause fire.
The installation of this appliance must be performed by a qualified technician or service company.
• Failing to do so may result in electric shock, fire, explosion, problems with the product, or injury.
Install a switch and circuit breaker dedicated to the air conditioner.
• Failing to do so may result in electric shock or fire.
Fix the outdoor unit firmly so that the electric part of the outdoor unit is not exposed.
• Failing to do so may result in electric shock or fire.
Do not install this appliance near a heater, inflammable material. Do not install this appliance in a humid, oily or dusty location,
in a location exposed to direct sunlight and water (rain drops). Do not install this appliance in a location where gas may leak.
• This may result in electric shock or fire.
Never install the outdoor unit in a location such as on a high external wall where it could fall.
• If the outdoor unit falls, it may result in injury, death or property damage.
This appliance must be properly grounded. Do not ground the appliance to a gas pipe, plastic water pipe, or telephone line.
• Failure to do so may result in electric shock, fire, an explosion, or other problems with the product.
• Never plug the power cord into a socket that is not grounded correctly and make sure that it is in accordance with local and national codes.
FOR INSTALLATION
CAUTION
This appliance should be positioned in such a way that it is accessible to the power plug.
• Failing to do so may result in electric shock or fire due to electric leakage.
Install your appliance on a level and hard floor that can support its weight.
• Failing to do so may result in abnormal vibrations, noise, or problems with the product.
Install the draining hose properly so that water is drained correctly.
• Failing to do so may result in water overflowing and property damage.
When installing the outdoor unit, make sure to connect the draining hose so that draining is performed correctly.
• The water generated during the heating operation by the outdoor unit may overflow and result in property damage. In particular, in winter, if
a block of ice falls, it may result in injury, death or property damage.
• Our units must be installed in compliance with the spaces indicated in the installation manual to ensure either accessibility from both
sides or ability to perform routine maintenance and repairs. The units’components must be accessible and that can be disassembled in
conditions of complete safety either for people or things. For this reason, where it is not observed as indicated into the Installation Manual,
the cost necessary to reach and repair the unit (in safety, as required by current regulations in force) with slings, trucks, scaffolding or any
other means of elevation won’t be considered in-warranty and charged to end user.
04_Safety precautions
FOR POWER SUPPLY
WARNING
Remove all foreign substances such as dust or water from the power plug terminals and contact points using a dry cloth on
a regular basis.
• Unplug the power plug and clean it with a dry cloth.
• Failing to do so may result in electric shock or fire.
Plug the power plug into the wall socket in the right direction so that the cord runs towards the floor.
When the appliance or power plug or power cord is damaged, contact your nearest service center
Plug the power plug into the wall socket firmly. Do not use a damaged power plug, damaged power cord or loose
wall socket.
• This may result in electric shock or fire.
Do not pull the power cord, when unplugging the power plug.
• Unplug the power plug by holding the plug.
• Failing to do so may result in electric shock or fire.
Do not pull or excessively bend the power cord. Do not twist or tie the power cord. Do not hook the power cord over
a metal object, place a heavy object on the power cord, insert the power cord between objects, or push the power
cord into the space behind the appliance.
• This may result in electric shock or fire.
FOR POWER SUPPLY
CAUTION
When not using the air conditioner for a long period of time or during a thunder/lightning storm, cut the power at the
circuit breaker.
• Failing to do so may result in electric shock or fire.
FOR USING
WARNING
If the appliance is flooded, please contact your nearest service center.
• Failing to do so may result in electric shock or fire.
If the appliance generates a strange noise, a burning smell or smoke, unplug the power plug immediately and
contact your nearest service center.
• Failing to do so may result in electric shock or fire.
In the event of a gas leak (such as propane gas, LP gas, etc.), ventilate immediately without touching the power plug.
Do not touch the appliance or power cord.
• Do not use a ventilating fan.
• A spark may result in an explosion or fire.
To reinstall the air conditioner, please contact your nearest service center.
• Failing to do so may result in problems with the product, water leakage, electric shock, or fire.
• A delivery service for the product is not provided. If you reinstall the product in another location, additional construction expenses and an
installation fee will be charged.
• Especially, when you wish to install the product in an unusual location such as in an industrial area or near the seaside where it is exposed
to the salt in the air, please contact your nearest service center.
Do not touch the power plug or the circuit breaker with wet hands.
• This may result in electric shock.
Do not unplug the power plug or turn the air conditioner off with the circuit breaker while it is operating.
• Plugging the power plug into the wall outlet or turning the air conditioner on from the circuit breaker may cause a spark and result
in electric shock or fire.
After unpacking the air conditioner, keep all packaging materials well out of the reach of children, as packaging
materials can be dangerous to children.
• If a child places a bag over its head, it may result in suffocation.
Do not insert your fingers or foreign substances into the outlet when the air conditioner is operating.
• Take special care that children do not injure themselves by inserting their fingers into the product.
Do not touch the air flow blade with your hands or fingers during the heating operation.
• This may result in electric shock or burns.
Do not insert your fingers or foreign substances into the air inlet/outlet of the air conditioner.
• Take special care that children do not injure themselves by inserting their fingers into the product.
Do not strike or pull the air conditioner with excessive force.
• This may result in fire, injury, or problems with the product.
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• If you plug the power plug into the socket in the opposite direction, the electric wires within the cable may be damaged and this may result
in electric shock or fire.
Safety precautions
FOR USING
WARNING
Do not place an object near the outdoor unit that allows children to climb onto the machine.
• This may result in children seriously injuring themselves.
Do not use this air conditioner for long periods of time in badly ventilated locations or near infirm people.
• Since this may be dangerous due to a lack of oxygen, Open a window at least once an hour.
If any foreign substance such as water has entered the appliance, cut the power by unplugging the power plug and
turning the circuit breaker off and then contact your nearest service center.
• Failing to do so may result in electric shock or fire.
Do not attempt to repair, disassemble, or modify the appliance yourself.
• Do not use any fuse (such as cooper, steel wire, etc.)other than the standard fuse.
• Failing to do so may result in electric shock, fire, problems with the product, or injury.
FOR USING
CAUTION
Check that the installation frame of the outdoor unit is not broken at least once a year.
• Failing to do so may result in injury, death or property damage.
Max current is measured according to IEC standard for safety and current is measured according to ISO standard for
energy efficiency.
Do not stand on top of the appliance or place objects (such as laundry, lighted candles, lighted cigarettes, dishes,
chemicals, metal objects, etc.) on the appliance.
• This may result in electric shock, fire, problems with the product, or injury.
Do not operate the appliance with wet hands.
• This may result in electric shock.
Do not spray volatile material such as insecticide onto the surface of the appliance.
• As well as being harmful to humans, it may also result in electric shock, fire or problems with the product.
Do not drink the water from the air conditioner.
• The water may be harmful to humans.
Do not apply a strong impact to the remote controller and do not disassemble the remote controller.
Do not touch the pipes connected with the product.
• This may result in burns or injury.
Do not use this air conditioner to preserve precision equipment, food, animals, plants or cosmetics, or for any other
unusual purposes.
• This may result in property damage.
Avoid directly exposing humans, animals or plants from the air flow from the air conditioner for long periods of time.
• This may result in harm to humans, animals or plants.
This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or
lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by
a person responsible for their safety. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
FOR CLEANING
WARNING
Do not clean the appliance by spraying water directly onto it. Do not use benzene, thinner or alcohol to clean the appliance.
• This may result in discoloration, deformation, damage, electric shock or fire.
Before cleaning or performing maintenance, unplug the air conditioner from the wall socket and wait until the fan stops.
• Failing to do so may result in electric shock or fire.
FOR CLEANING
CAUTION
Take care when cleaning the surface of the heat exchanger of the outdoor unit since it has sharp edges.
• To avoid cutting your fingers, wear thick cotton gloves when cleaning it.
Do not clean the inside of the air conditioner by yourself.
• For cleaning inside the appliance, contact your nearest service center.
• When cleaning the internal filter, refer to the descriptions in the ‘Cleaning the air conditioner’ section.
• Failure to do may result in damage, electric shock or fire.
06_Safety precautions
Overview
CONTROL PANEL
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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Power(Space mode)
Checking the function of buttons and indicators
SPACE OPERATION MODE
Mode
Button
Operation Space heating & cooling
Operation
mode
Space
mode
Display
Function
It can supply heating and cooling to the space when
the Power (Space mode) button is on.
Results: The heat pump will run in heating or cooling
mode.
Heating
Using this wired remote controller, only A2W can be
operating with heating mode.
When the outdoor unit is connected with an external
room thermostat, this button will not work.
Cooling
Using this wired remote controller, only A2W can be
operating with cooling mode.
When the outdoor unit is connected with an external
room thermostat, this button will not work.
Water law
The supply water temperature to the heating space is
operating according to outdoor temperature.
• When you push the Power (Space mode) button, It has no influence on the domestic water
heating. Domestic water heating only switched on or off according to the Power (DHW
mode) button.
08_ Checking the function
DHW OPERATION MODE
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Mode
Button
Operation Water heating Operation
mode
DHW
mode
Display
Function
It can supply warm water to the DHW tank when the
Power (DHW mode) button is pressed.
Results: Heat pump will be turned on with the
domestic water heating mode.
Economic
Economic DHW mode, which is heat pump only,
saving energy consumption.
Standard
Standard DHW mode, which is operated by both
heat pump and heater. However heater operating
time is still restricted.
Powerful
Powerful DHW mode, which is operated by both
heat pump and heater. In order to supply warm water
more quickly, electric heater is operating immediately.
• When you push the Power (Space mode) button, it has no influence on the domestic water
heating. Domestic water heating only switched on or off according to the Power (DHW
mode) button.
• If the DHW tank is not installed, the DHW operation mode will not be available.
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Checking the function of buttons and indicators
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT
Mode
Button
Operation
mode
Temperature Adjust
Display
Function
To push up and down, modulate the water (Air)
temperature.
Supply water temperature to the load
Domestic water temperature
Room temperature
Outdoor temperature
Water law temperature
Results: The
or
controller.
will be displayed on the
Set
This button is used to find the current setting point
which you want to change.
According to Dip switch setting and operating modes,
available setting points will be displayed by pressing
buttons in order.
View
Find the temperature which you want to view.




Results : Current temperature will be displayed in order.
10_ Checking the function
HOT KEY
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Mode
Hot key
Button
Up
Down
Display
Function
To adjust set point temperature, press arrows up or
down.
Results: The temperature can be set ranges from
5°C to 55°C and be adjusted by 0.5°C
increments.
DHW
When the DHW hot key is enabled, both booster
heater in the DHW tank and heat pump operate with
full capacity for the sanitary hot water only.
Outing
Lowers each target temperature of operation modes
with pre-defined values stored in the Field Setting
Value sector of Wired Remote Controller. Keeps the
house at lower temperature to save your running
cost, you can use this button while having a vacation.
Checking the function _11
Checking the function of buttons and indicators
SCHEDULE
Mode
Button
Schedule
12_ Checking the function
Display
Function
The system operates according to a certain schedule
which is pre-defined by users or installers.
These schedule setting button is used to program
the controller.
STATUS INDICATOR
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Mode
Status
Status
Display
Function
Compressor On
This icon indicates that the compressor in the outdoor
unit is running.
Back-up heater
On
This icons indicate that the backup heater of the unit
is operating, when there is a high demand for heating
capacity. The backup heater provides extra heating
capacity in case of low ambient outdoor temperature
(high heating load).
Booster heater
On
This icon indicates that the booster heater is active.
The booster heater provides auxiliary heating for the
domestic hot water tank. The booster heater is located
in the domestic hot water tank. The icon is not used
when the domestic hot water tank is not installed.
Solar thermal
panel On
It indicates when the solar panel is powered on. DHW
mode is stopping while solar panel is on in order to save
your energy cost.
Back up boiler
On
The Back up boiler shall start to work as soon as
outdoor temperature reach to the targeted temperature.
Users can adjust the temperature to allow the back up
boiler work. The icon shall not be displayed without the
Installation of the back up boiler.
Water pump On
This icon indicates that the circulation pump is active.
Domestic water
On
This icon indicates when the domestic water heating
mode is operating.
Defrost
operation On
This icon indicates that the defrost mode is active.
Anti freezing
operation On
The system automatically maintains the water
temperature above a freezing point to prevent from
freezing-fracture of piping system.
Sanitary
operation On
This function disinfects the DHW tank by periodically
heating the domestic water to a specific temperature.
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Checking the function of buttons and indicators
OPTIONAL FUNCTION INDICATOR
Mode
Button
Optional
function
Child Lock
The remote controller buttons can be locked to
prevent children from changing the settings or from
pressing the buttons by accident.
Thermostat
connected
When the room thermostat is connected, the WaterLaw operation is active and the water temperature
is determined automatically depending upon the
outdoor temperature. The more cold the outdoor
temperature, the more warm water will be supplied.
vice versa.
Silent mode
To maintain the outdoor unit to operate quietly, fan
and compressor speed will be limited to a certain
value of the speed at a normal operating.
Not
available
This icon is displayed whenever a non-installed
option is addressed or a function is not available.
Test
Press this button for 5 sec to set Field setting values.
Energy
Indicator
It indicates 5 Eco-level of energy consumption
according to heat resources (Solar thermal, Backup
boiler and heat pump) and outdoor temperature.
14_ Checking the function
Display
Function
Operating basic function
AVAILABLE MODE
Heating
Cooling
Water law
Heating + DHW
Cooling + DHW
Water law + DHW
DHW
Urgent DHW
Outing (heating)
Outing (heating + DHW)
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Samsung air to water heat pump system’s operation modes are listed as below.
Heating mode and cooling mode are not available at the same time.
Operating basic function
SPACE HEATING OPERATION
In this mode, heating function will be activated as required by target water temperature.
Target water temperature is determined in 2 ways as described below.
• Change set value manually.
• Use mode of “Water Law” (Auto mode).
1. Press Power (Space mode) button to turn on the heat
pump unit.
The heat pump will be turned on in the mode you select.
• Space water heating devices: Radiator or Fan coil unit
(field supply)
In winter season, the heat pump sometimes goes
into defrost mode to prevent from the freezing of the
outdoor heat exchanger.
The heat pump has a built-in protection mechanism
to prevent the unit from being damaged when it is
started immediately after being plugged in or stopped,
the heat pump will start up after 3 minutes.
CAUTION
2. Press the Mode (Space mode) button once to select the space heating mode.
The heat pump will run on heating mode.
3. Press Up or Down button to set the desired temperature.
The temperature can be set between 15ºC and 55ºC.
The temperature is adjusted by 0.5ºC.
16_ Operating basic function
SPACE COOLING OPERATION
In this mode, heating function will be activated as required by target water temperature.
Target water temperature is determined in 2 ways as described below.
• Change set value manually.
The heat pump will be turned on in the mode you select.
• Space water cooling devices: Radiator or Fan coil unit
(field supply)
• Heating and cooling mode can not be selected at
the same time.
• Space cooling operation is not possible if the
installation is a heating only installation.
The heat pump has a built-in protection mechanism
to prevent the unit from being damaged when it is
started immediately after being plugged in or stopped,
the heat pump will start up after 3 minutes.
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1. Press Power (Space mode) button to turn on the heat
pump unit.
CAUTION
2. Press the Mode (Space mode) button twice to select the space cooling mode.
The heat pump will run on cooling mode.
3. Press Up or Down button to set the desired temperature.
The temperature can be set between 5ºC and 25ºC.
The temperature is adjusted by 0.5ºC.
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Operating basic function
WATER LAW
In this mode, heating function will be activated as required by target water temperature.
Target water temperature is determined in 2 ways as described below.
• Change set value manually.
• Use mode of “Water Law” (Auto mode).
1. Press Power (Space mode) button to turn on the heat
pump unit.
The heat pump will be turned on in the mode you select.
• Space air heating devices: Radiator or Fan coil unit
(field supply)
2. Press the Mode (Space mode) button three times to
select the mode.
The heat pump will run on heating mode according to
the outdoor temperature.
When “Water Law” is active, the target supply water temperature will be determined
automatically depending on the outdoor temperature: For heating mode, colder outdoor
temperatures will result in warmer water.
3. Press Up or Down button to set the desired temperature.
When “Water Law” is active, the user has the possibility to shift up or down the target water
temperature by a maximum of 5°C.
The field setting temperature is adjusted by 0.5ºC.
Ts
#2021/2031
Cooling WL
#2022/2032
#2061/2071
#2062/2072
Floor FCU
Heating WL
#2011
#2012 #2051
#2052 Ta
• Ta : Outdoor air temperature
• Ts : Target water outlet temperature by Water Law
• All the Field Setting Values needed to re-design the water law for floor or FCU(radiator) can be
changed by using Wired Remote Controller’s Field Setting Mode.
• There are 2 types of water law for each mode, one for floor application, the other for FCU(radiator).
Both of them can be selected by using Wired Remote Controller’s Field Setting Mode.
• The target water temperatures exceeding the operation limit of heat pump(5~55ºC) after
reflecting user’s arbitrary input(temperature shift) will be neglected, and be kept maximum or
minimum respectively.
18_ Operating basic function
DOMESTIC WATER HEATING OPERATION
In this mode, domestic water heating will be activated as required by the water temperature set point.
• The set point can be set manually.
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1. Press Power (DHW mode) button to turn on DHW
tank.
The priority between heating/cooling/water-law and
DHW modes are depending upon the user’s input of
Field Setting Value of Wired Remote Controller.
The default priority is on the DHW mode.
• This mode can not be used when the DHW tank is
not installed.
• The Power (Space mode) button and the Power
(DHW mode) button can be selected at the same
time.
• In order to provide domestic hot water throughout the day, it is advised to keep the
domestic water heating operation on continuously.
• When the
icon is displayed, hot water is delivered to the DHW tank by the solar
panel. The operation between solar panel and heat pump can be determined by using
Wired Remote Controller’s Field Setting Mode.
2. Press Mode (DHW mode) button until required operating mode is displayed.
The heat pump will run on selected domestic water heating mode.
• Economic domestic water heating
• Standard domestic water heating
• Powerful domestic water heating
(
(
may operate)
operate immediately)
3. Press Up or Down button to set the desired temperature.
The temperature can be set between 30ºC and 70ºC.
The temperature is adjusted by 0.5ºC.
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Operating basic function
TARGET ROOM AIR TEMPERATURE OPERATION
In this mode, heating and cooling function will be activated as required by target indoor air
temperature. If the indoor’s temperature couldn’t be satisfied, change the water law shift value.
If the thermostat isn’t used, the remote controller can be used 2 ways as described below.
• Operate with target water temperature.
• Operate with target indoor air temperature.
1. Operation of target water temperature is described at page 16~17.
2. Operation of target indoor air temperature is needed to change the setting of the remote
controller’s dip switch.
• Please slide the remote controller upper direction, and then the remote controller’s rear
cover will be separated.
• Please remove the white plastic sheet from PBA.
• Turn on the dip s/w #2 only.
• Turn off the main power and a few second later, turn on the main power again.
1. In the space heating or cooling operation only mode,
press the Set button, and then setting target indoor air
temperature and water law shift value are displayed in
the remote controller. Press the Up△or Down▽ button
to set the desired indoor temperature or water law shift
value.
2. In the space heating or cooling + DHW operation mode,
press the Set button, and then setting target indoor air
temperature, water law shift value and DHW’s water
temperature are displayed in the order.
Press the Up△or Down▽button to set the desired
indoor temperature, water law shift value or DHW’s
water temperature.
20_ Operating basic function
Operating hot key function
URGENT DHW MODE
1. Press DHW Hot key.
The full capacity of the heat pump is only delivered to
the DHW tank.
The booster heater is forced to operate until the
temperature of DHW tank reaches the set point.
• This hot function can not be used when the DHW
tank is not installed.
• If the Power (DHW mode) button has not been
turned on, this DHW key does not work.
• In this DHW function mode, both space heating and
floor heating are not available. The
icon is blinking for 3 seconds.
• This hot function remains available when the solar operation.
• The temperature set point is determined by user’s input during urgent DHW mode.
However, you can adjust the desired temperature using Up or Down keys.
To cancel the DHW mode
1. Press DHW Hot key once again to exit.
The heat pump is returned to normal operation.
WARNING
By default field setting value option, this function will not be turned off automatically.
If you want a hot key function for a certain amount of duration time, change the field
setting value of remote controller.
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If you want to enjoy a leisurely bath or need a lot of warm water urgently, select the DHW hot key.
When this mode is enabled, it is assured that the full capacity of the heat pump is only delivered for
domestic water heating.
Operating hot key function
OUTING MODE
If you want to take a vacation, you can use the Outing hot key. When this mode is enabled, it is
assured that the heat pump maintains your house at a lower temperature to save energy cost.
1. Press Outing Hot key.
The heat pump delivers heat at a low temperature.
If the Power (Space mode) button has not been
turned on, this key does not work.
To cancel the outing mode
1. Press Outing Hot key once again to exit.
The heat pump is returned to normal operation.
It will return to a normal heating mode or DHW mode.
22_ Operating hot key function
Operating advanced function
SETTING THE TIME
1. Push the Set button for 3 seconds.
• Mode : Normal operation.
• When setting the time, you can only use Up,
Down, Set, Cancel/Delete button.
• To cancel the setting, press the Cancel/Delete
button.
2. Set the day by pressing Up or Down button.
The ‘day’ indicator will blink. Set the day and press Set
button to save the setting.
3. Set the hour by pressing Up or Down button.
The ‘hour’ indicator will blink. Set the hour and press
Set button to save the setting.
4. Set the minute by pressing Up or Down button.
The ‘minute’ indicator will blink. Set the minute and
press Set button to save the setting.
After setting the minute, the operation returns to normal.
Operating advanced function _23
ENGLISH
Your monobloc unit contains a clock used to start and stop the unit automatically at a given time.
You must set the time when you purchase the monobloc unit or reset this system.
Operating advanced function
SETTING THE 7-DAY(WEEKLY) SCHEDULE
Set the schedules for ON/OFF timer to be repeated each week.
Maximum 7 schedules may be set for each day.
• When using room thermostat, it is impossible to reserve.
• If weekly schedule reserved 7 items is on the same day, it is impossible to reserve.
In that case, When pressing the Weekly button, change the View mode of reservation.
• Setting the weekly schedule is for “Cool & Heat” Mode only.
• It is impossible to reserve several times for the same day and same time.
• Weekly schedule cannot be used with the room thermostat.
1. Press the Weekly button.
The mode changes to the weekly schedule.
In this mode, you can only use Up, Down, Weekly,
Set, Cancel/Delete button.
To cancel the setting, press the Cancel/Delete button.
2. Set the day by pressing Up or Down button.
The On/Off indicator will blink. Set the On/Off status and
press Set button to save the setting.
3. Set the On/Off by pressing Up or Down button.
The ‘On/Off’ indicator will blink. Set the On/Off status
and press Set button to save the setting.
4. Set the operation mode by pressing Up or Down
button.
The ‘operation indicator’ will blink. Set the day and press
Set button to save the setting.
• To set the “Off” reservation, move to the step 6.
• It is impossible to set the Auto( ) mode.
5. Set the temperature by pressing the Up or Down
button.
The ‘temperature’ will blink. Set the temperature and
press Set button to save the setting.
The setting temperature is decided according to Dip S/W #2 of remote controller.
- Dip S/W #2 On : Setting the temperature of indoor.
- Dip S/W #2 Off : Setting the temperature of water outlet.
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24_ Operating advanced function
6. Set the hour by pressing the Up or Down button.
The ‘hour’ indicator will blink. Set the hour and press
Set button to save the setting.
7. Set the minute by pressing the Up or Down button.
The ‘minute’ indicator will blink. Set the minute and
press Set button to save the setting.
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8. Confirm the Schedule.
After step 7, all indicators are blinking except
“Reservation No”, “Weekly”. Then press the Set button.
• On this step, you can only use Set, Cancel/Delete button.
• If there is a reservation on the same day and time, it will not be confirmed and
“Not Available” indicator will blink for 3 seconds. In this case, go back to the step 6.
Viewing the 7-day(Weekly) Schedule (On / Off) Display
On Reservation
Off Reservation
Operating advanced function _25
Operating advanced function
SETTING THE 7-DAY(WEEKLY) SCHEDULE
Deleting the 7-day (Weekly) schedule
1. Select the schedule from Reservation View Mode.
2. Push the Cancel/Delete button for 3 seconds.
3. The LCD pictures changes to the reservation mode after delete the schedule.
Operating the 7-day (Weekly) schedule
1. Operate automatically according to schedule.
2. If On schedule starts during the Urgent DHW mode, the Urgent DHW mode will change to
DHW mode.
3. If Off schedule starts during the Heat/Cool/Auto mode, the operation will stop.
In the following conditions, the schedule function will not operate.
• Outing
• Tracking of communication
• Installation of room thermostat 26_ Operating advanced function
SETTING THE DAILY SCHEDULE
1. Press the Daily button.
The mode changes to the Daily schedule.
In this mode, you can only use Up, Down, Daily,
Set, Cancel/Delete button.
To cancel the setting, press Cancel button.
2. Set the On/Off by pressing Up, Down button.
The ‘On/Off’ indicator will blink. Set the On/Off status
and press Set button to save the setting.
3. Set the operation mode by pressing Up or Down
button.
The ‘operation indicator’ will blink. Set the operation
mode and press Set button to save the setting.
• When using other company DHW Tank or setting no use DHW mode, the reservation
mode is fixed to “Silent” mode.
• When setting use DHW mode, the mode is changed as followings with Up or
Down button.
- “On” Mode ;


( )

Pwr mode (
) is selected in “Booster heater On”
- “Off” Mode ;


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Operating advanced function _27
ENGLISH
Set the daily schedule to reserve On / Off timer of DHW (Eco/Std/Power) and Silent mode.
At most 15 schedules may be set for day.
• If the field setting is for no use DHW and use other manufacturer tank, it is impossible to
reserve “DHW” mode.
• If daily schedule reserved 15 schedules is on the same day, it is impossible to reserve.
In that case, when pressing the Daily button, change the View mode of reservation.
• It is impossible to reserve several times for the same time.
Operating advanced function
SETTING THE DAILY SCHEDULE
4. Set the hour by pressing the Up or Down button.
The ‘hour’ indicator will blink. Set the hour and press
Set button to save the setting.
5. Set the minute by pressing the Up or Down button.
The ‘minute’ indicator will blink. Set the minute and
press Set button to save the setting.
6. Confirm the Schedule.
After step 5, all indicators are blinking except
“Reservation No”, “Daily”. Then press Set button.
• On this step, you can only use Set or Cancel/Delete button.
• If there is a reservation on the same day and time, it will not be confirmed and
“Not Available” indicator will blink for 3 seconds. In this case, go back to the step 4.
Viewing the Daily Schedule (On / Off) Display
On Reservation
28_ Operating advanced function
Off Reservation
Deleting the daily schedule
1. Select the schedule from Reservation View Mode.
2. Push the Cancel/Delete button for 3 seconds.
Operating the daily schedule
1. Operate automatically according to schedule.
2. If On schedule starts during the Urgent DHW mode, the Urgent DHW mode will be turned
off.
In the following conditions, the schedule function will not operate.
• Outing
• Tracking of communication
• Installation of room thermostat
• If the field setting is set for without DHW or another manufacturers tank is used, it is not
possible to reserve DHW mode.
• If the field setting is set for not using the booster heater, it is not possible to reserve Pwr
DHW mode.
Operating advanced function _29
ENGLISH
3. The LCD pictures change to the reservation mode after deleting the schedule.
Operating advanced function
FIELD SETTING MODE
Setting the Field Setting Value of wired remote controller
Field setting mode is to adjust specific functions in accordance with customer’s demands.
Field setting mode is easy-to-access and programmable by the wired remote controller.
Field setting values are consisted of 4 digits.
Sub menu
Main menu
Adjusting filed setting values is available in the unit operation.
1. Press the Test button for 5 seconds.
The mode changes to the field setting.
In this mode, you can only use Up, Down, Set,
Cancel/Delete button.
To cancel the setting, press Cancel/Delete button.
2. Set the Main Menu by pressing Up or Down
button.
The “Number” will blink. Set the Main menu and press
Set button to save the setting.
3. Set the Sub Menu by pressing Up or Down button.
The “Number” will blink. Set the Sub menu by pressing
Up or Down button. Then press Set button to save
the setting.
4. Set the Operation Range(Field Setting) by pressing
Up or Down button.
The digits in “Temp” category will blink. Set the Field
Setting Value by pressing Up or Down button.
Then press Set button to save the settings.
After 5 seconds, The LCD shall go back to initial display.
If no input for setting value changes, the LCD shall go
back to initial display after 30 seconds.
30_ Operating advanced function
Field Setting Value (FSV) Table
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)
ENGLISH
• 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
Remote
Water Out Temp for Cooling
Controller
Setting Range
Code 10
Room Temp for Cooling
Water Out Temp for Heating
Max
11
25
Min
Max
Step
Unit
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
24
30
1
˚C
Room Temp for heating
Max
41
30
Min
42
16
16
22
1
˚C
DHW Tank Temp
Max
51
50
50
70
1
˚C
Min
52
40
30
40
1
˚C
Time
61
5
0
30
1
sec
Outdoor Temp for Water Law
(Heating)
Point 
11
-10
-20
5
1
˚C
Point 
12
15
10
20
1
˚C
Water Out Temp for WL1
Heating (WL1-Floor)
Point 
21
40
17
55
1
˚C
Point 
22
25
17
55
1
˚C
Water Out Temp for WL2
Heating (WL2-Fan Coil Unit)
Point 
31
50
17
55
1
˚C
Point 
32
35
17
55
1
˚C
WL Type
41
1(WL1)
1
2(WL2)
-
-
Outdoor Temp for Water Law
(Cooling)
Point 
51
30
25
35
1
˚C
Point 
52
40
35
45
1
˚C
Water Out Temp for WL1
Cooling (WL1-Floor)
Point 
61
25
18
25
1
˚C
Point 
62
18
5
18
1
˚C
Water Out Temp for WL2
Cooling (WL2-Fan Coil Unit)
Point 
71
18
18
25
1
˚C
Point 
72
5
5
18
1
˚C
Cooling Water Law
WL Type
81
1(WL1)
1
2(WL2)
-
-
External Thermostat Application
#1(Floor)
91
0(No)
0
1(Yes)
-
-
0(No)
0
1(Yes)
-
-
Back light timer
Water Law
Code 20
Description Sub Code Default
Heating Water Law for Auto
Mode
#2(FCU)
92
Operating advanced function _31
Operating advanced function
FIELD SETTING MODE
• 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
DHW Code Domestic Hot Water Tank
30
Heat Pump
Booster Heater
Disinfection
Description
Sub Code Default
Min
Max
Step
Unit
Application
11
0(No)
0
1(Yes)
-
-
Max Temp
21
50
45
55
1
˚C
Stop
22
2
2
10
1
˚C
Start
23
5
1
20
1
˚C
Min. Space heating
operation time
24
5
0
20
1
min
Max. DHW operation
time
25
30
5
95
5
min
Max. Space heating
operation time
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
Start Time
43
23
0
23
1
o'clock
Target Temp
44
70
40
70
5
˚C
Duration
45
10
5
60
5
min
Power DHW by User Input 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 DHW valve
DHW Tank
71
0(Room)
0
1(Tank)
-
-
32_ Operating advanced function
• 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
ENGLISH
• 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
Heating Code Heat Pump
40
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
35
14
35
1
˚C
Overshoot
14
2
1
4
1
˚C
Application
21
1(Off)
0
1(On)
-
-
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
Defrost Backup Temp.
25
15
10
55
5
˚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
15
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
Power Peak
Control
Application
41
0(No)
0
1(Yes)
-
-
Select forced off parts
42
0
0
2
-
-
Using input voltage
43
1(High)
0(Low)
1
-
-
Backup Heater
Backup Boiler
Others Code
50
Description
Outing
• 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
Operating advanced function _33
Operating advanced function
FIELD SETTING MODE
Remote Controller Setting Range : Code 10
Field Setting Value
Main Menu & Code
Sub Menu Function
Description Sub Code Default
Remote Controller Water Out Temp for Cooling
Max
11
25
Setting Range
Min
12
16
Code 10
Room Temp for Cooling
Max
21
30
Min
22
18
Water Out Temp for Heating
Max
31
55
Min
32
25
Room Temp for heating
Max
41
30
Min
42
16
DHW Tank Temp
Max
51
50
Min
52
40
Back light timer
Time
61
5
Min
18
5
24
18
37
15
24
16
50
30
0
Max
25
18
30
22
55
37
30
22
70
40
30
Step
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Unit
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
˚C
sec
Space Cooling
• Target water outlet temperature : Upper limit(#1011, Default 25ºC, Range : 18 ~ 25ºC),
Lower limit(#1012, Default 16ºC, Range : 5 ~ 18ºC)
- With this default FSV settings, user can change the target water outlet temperature within
the range of 5 ~ 25ºC for cooling
• Target room temperature : Upper limit(#1021, Default 30ºC, Range : 24 ~ 30ºC),
Lower limit(#1022, Default 18ºC, Range : 18 ~ 22ºC)
- With this default FSV settings, user can change the target room temperature within the
range of 18 ~ 30ºC for cooling.
• The #1 DIP switch in the wired remote controller should be set to “OFF”(Default) for
cooling operation of heat pump.
• The #2 DIP switch in the wired remote controller should be set to “OFF”(Default) to
control the water outlet temperature.
• The #2 DIP switch in the wired remote controller should be set to “ON” to control the
room temperature.
Space Heating
• Target water outlet temperature : Upper limit(#1031, Default 55ºC, Range : 37 ~ 55ºC),
Lower limit(#1032, Default 25ºC, Range : 15 ~ 37ºC)
- With this default FSV settings, user can change the target water outlet temperature within
the range of 25 ~ 55ºC for heating.
• Target room temperature : Upper limit(#1041, Default 30ºC, Range : 24 ~ 30ºC),
Lower limit(#1042, Default 16ºC, Range : 16 ~ 22ºC)
- With this default FSV settings, user can change the target room temperature within the
range of 16 ~ 30ºC for heating.
• The #2 DIP switch in the wired remote controller should be set to “OFF”(Default) to
control the water outlet temperature.
• The #2 DIP switch in the wired remote controller should be set to “ON” to control the
room temperature.
DHW Heating
• Target DHW tank temperature : Upper limit(#1051, Default 50ºC, Range : 50 ~ 70ºC),
Lower limit(#1052, Default 40ºC, Range : 30 ~ 40ºC)
- With this default FSV settings, user can change the target tank temperature within the
range of 40 ~ 50ºC for DHW heating.
The FSV #3011 in the wired remote controller should be set to “1(Yes)” to use DHW
function.
Back Light
• Remote controller’s back light timer : #1061, Default 5sec, Range : 0 ~ 30sec
- With this FSV settings, user can change the time to back light within the range of 0 ~ 30sec.
34_ Operating advanced function
Water Law & Room Thermostat : Code 20
Ts
①
#2021/2031
Ts : Target Temp.
Ta : Ambient Temp.
Cooling WL
①
②
②
Shift Value
(-5~ +5˚C)
#2062/2072
Heating WL
Floor FCU
#2011
Main Menu &
Code
Water Law
Code 20
#2012
#2051
ENGLISH
#2022/2032
#2061/2071
#2052
• Ta : Outdoor air temperature
Field Setting Value
• Ts : Target water outlet temperature by Water
SubLaw
Sub Menu Function
Description
Default
Code
Outdoor Temp for Water Law
11
-10
Point 
(Heating)
12
15
Point 
Ta
Min
Max
Step
Unit
-20
5
1
˚C
10
20
1
˚C
Water Out Temp for WL1 Heating
(WL1-Floor)
Point 
21
40
17
55
1
˚C
Point 
22
25
17
55
1
˚C
Water Out Temp for WL2 Heating
(WL2-Fan Coil Unit)
Point 
31
50
17
55
1
˚C
Point 
32
35
17
55
1
˚C
Heating Water Law for Auto Mode
WL Type
41
1(WL1)
1
2(WL2)
-
-
Outdoor Temp for Water Law
(Cooling)
Point 
51
30
25
35
1
˚C
Point 
52
40
35
45
1
˚C
Water Out Temp for WL1 Cooling
(WL1-Floor)
Point 
61
25
18
25
1
˚C
Point 
62
18
5
18
1
˚C
Water Out Temp for WL2 Cooling
(WL2-Fan Coil Unit)
Point 
71
18
18
25
1
˚C
Point 
72
5
5
18
1
˚C
Cooling Water Law
WL Type
81
1(WL1)
1
2(WL2)
-
-
External Thermostat Application
#1(Floor)
91
0(No)
0
1(Yes)
-
-
#2(FCU)
92
0(No)
0
1(Yes)
-
-
Water Law for Heating
• Outdoor air temperature range : Lower limit (#2011, Default -10˚C, Range : -20 ~ 5˚C),
Upper limit (#2012, Default 15˚C, Range : 10 ~ 20˚C)
- With this default settings, the water outlet temperature by heating water law can be
changed within the outdoor temperature range of -10 ~ 15˚C.
• Water out temperature range for floor/FCU applications respectively :
Upper limit (#2021/2031, Default 40/50˚C, Range : 17 ~ 55˚C), Lower limit (#2022/2032,
Default 25/35˚C, Range : 17 ~ 55˚C)
- With this default settings, the water outlet temperature by heating water law can be
changed within the range of 25/35 ~ 40/50˚C.
• Type of water law for according to heating devices(floor/FCU) : #2041(Default “1”(WL1 for
floor)), “2”(WL2 for FCU or radiator)
• The #2 DIP switch in the wired remote controller should be set to “OFF”(Default) to
control the water outlet temperature.
• The operation mode of the wired remote controller should be set to “AUTO”( ) to use
the weather dependent water law scheme.
Operating advanced function _35
Operating advanced function
FIELD SETTING MODE
Water Law for Cooling
• Outdoor air temperature range : Lower limit (#2051, Default 30˚C, Range : 25 ~ 35˚C),
Upper limit (#2052, Default 40˚C, Range : 35 ~ 45˚C)
- With this default settings, the water outlet temperature by cooling water law can be
changed within the outdoor temperature range of 30 ~ 40˚C.
• Water out temperature range for floor/FCU applications respectively :
Upper limit (#2061/2071, Default 25/18˚C, Range : 18 ~ 25˚C), Lower limit (#2062/2072,
Default 18/5˚C, Range : 5 ~ 18˚C)
- With this default settings, the water outlet temperature by cooling water law can be
changed within the range of 18/5 ~ 25/18˚C.
• Type of water law for according to cooling devices(floor/FCU) :
#2081(Default “1”(WL1 for floor), “2”(WL2 for FCU or radiator)
• The #1 DIP switch in the wired remote controller should be set to “OFF”(Default) for
cooling operation of heat pump.
• The #2 DIP switch in the wired remote controller should be set to “OFF”(Default) to
control the water outlet temperature.
• Only heating WL operation could be used through “Auto” mode of wired remote
controller.
External Room Thermostat (Field Option)
• Terminal #1(#2091, Default “0” for no usage), #2(#2092, Default “0” for no usage)
- To use wired remote controller for heating/cooling operation, both of the above settings
should be set to “0” simultaneously. If not, thermostat controls system.
- Types of water law used by room thermostat operation will follow the FSV settings defined
in #2041(heating) and #2081(cooling) respectively.
- During the thermostat operation, the user has the possibility to shift up or down the target
water temperature within the range of -5 ~ +5˚C.
• When the remote controller is used, floor valve should be connected to zone #1 and the
FCU valve should be separately connected to zone #2 of the Hydro Unit PBA.
• When only floor cooling/heating is installed and if the Water Law or outlet water temperature
is too low, 2way valve may closed and E911 error may occur.
• When the floor and FCU units are installed together and operating in cooling mode, floor
valve may close and E911 may occur to prevent floor condensation when the outlet water
temperature is below 16°C. Therefore FCU should secure minimum value for the flow rate.
• Thermostat #2 which controls FCU has the priority for operation modes and the discharge
water temperature.
• Samsung is not responsible for the accidents such as floor condensations which can occur
by not connecting the valve to the zone #1 port of the Hydro Unit PBA.
36_ Operating advanced function
DHW Heating : Code 30
TU > THP MAX
TU < THP MAX
T(C)
T(C)
Tu : User set temp.
T(C) : Temp. (Celcius)
#3021
THP MAX
THP OFF
#3021
#3022
ENGLISH
TU
THP MAX
TU=THP OFF
#3023
THP ON
#3023
THP ON
Space heating request 1
0
DHW request 1
0
DHW operation 1
#3024
Space heating operation 0
#3025
#3026
t
Operating advanced function _37
Operating advanced function
FIELD SETTING MODE
Field Setting Value
Main Menu
& Code
Sub
Code
Default
Application
11
Max Temp
21
Stop
Start
Min. Space heating
operation time
Sub Menu Function
DHW Code Domestic Hot Water Tank
30
Heat Pump
Booster Heater
Disinfection
Description
Min
Max
0(No)
0
1(Yes)
-
-
50
45
55
1
˚C
22
2
2
10
1
˚C
23
5
1
20
1
˚C
24
5
0
20
1
min
Max. DHW operation time 25
30
5
95
5
min
Max. Space heating
operation time
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
Start Time
43
23
0
23
1
o'clock
Target Temp
44
70
40
70
5
˚C
Duration
45
10
5
60
5
min
Power DHW by User Input Timer OFF Function
Step
Unit
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 DHW valve
DHW Tank
71 0(Room)
0
1(Tank)
-
-
DHW Application
The FSV #3011 in the wired remote controller should be set to “1(Yes)” to use DHW function.
Heat Pump Variables for Controlling DHW Tank
• Maximum DHW tank temperature with R410A(refrigerant) heat pump operation :
FSV #3021, Default 50˚C, Range : 45 ~ 55˚C.
• Temperature difference determining the heat pump OFF temperature :
FSV #3022, Default 2˚C, Range : 2 ~ 10˚C.
• Temperature difference determining the heat pump ON temperature :
FSV #3023, Default 5˚C, Range : 1 ~ 20˚C.
• DHW heating mode timer : Mode timer manage the operation terms when there are
simultaneous requests of space heating/cooling and DHW.
- FSV #3024(minimum Space heating operating time, Default 5 min., Range 0 ~ 20 min.),
#3025(maximum DHW time, Default 30 min., Range 5 ~ 95 min.), #3026(maximum space
heating operation time, Default 3 hour, Range 0 ~ 10 hour)
- Maximum operation time is applied only when both DHW and Space heating request
operation. DHW or Space heating operates continuously until reaching at target
temperature without time limitation in the single operation.
The FSV #4011 for DHW priority should be set to “0(DHW)”(Default). Space heating gets
a priority by setting FSV #4011 “1”, but this is only valid when the outdoor temperature is
lower than the specified temperature defined by FSV #4012.
38_ Operating advanced function
Heating
request
H/P
operation
Booster
operation
0
1
ENGLISH
DHW
request
1
0
#3025
1
0
1
0
t
#3032
#3033
TBH OFF
TBH ON
TU
THP MAX
THP OFF
THP ON
#3022
#3023
HP
BH
HP
t
#3045
#3044
TH
TU
00.00
01.00
22.00
23.00
24.00
t
#3043
Operating advanced function _39
Operating advanced function
FIELD SETTING MODE
Booster Heater Variables for Controlling DHW Tank
• The FSV #3031 should be set to “1(On)”(Default) to use booster heater as an additional heat
source for DHW tank.
• Booster heater startup delay timer : In case of DHW request, this timer will delay the
operation of booster heater compared to heat pump.
- FSV #3032(Default 20 min., Range 20 ~ 95 min.), In “Power” DHW mode, the delay timer
will be neglected, and the booster starts immediately.
- In “Economic” DHW mode, the DHW heating will be conducted only with heat pump.
- #3032 should be smaller than the maximum H/P time(#3025). If the delay time is set too
high, it might take very long time for DHW heating.
• Temperature difference determining the booster heater OFF temperature(T_BH OFF = Tu +
#3033) : FSV #3033, Default 0˚C, Range : 0 ~ 4˚C.
• Temperature difference determining the booster heater ON temperature(T_BH ON = T_BH
OFF - 2)
• DHW compensation temperature in case of space heating/cooling priority : FSV #3034 will
be explained in next page.
The FSV #4022 for booster heater priority should be set to “0(both)”(Default) or
“2”(booster) to use booster heater.
If not(backup heater priority), the booster heater can be operated in case of no backup
heater demand.
Disinfection Function
• The FSV #3041 should be set to “1(On)”(Default) to use disinfection function.
- Scheduling : Day(#3042, Default “Friday”), starting time(#3043, Default “23:00”),
target tank temp. (#3044, Default “70˚C”), duration(#3045, Default 10 min.)
Disinfection function can be performed only with Samsung’s DHW tank installation.
Urgent DHW by User’s Input (Hot Key of Wired Remote Controller)
• Urgent DHW mode can be activated by changing setting value from the default setting
(#3011,”0”(No)).
• Urgent DHW mode shall be working depending on Timer setting(#3051, #3052).
40_ Operating advanced function
Additional Solar Panel Installation for DHW with Heat Pump (Field Option)
Operating advanced function _41
ENGLISH
• Solar panel and heat pump are able to operate simultaneously by default setting value. (FSV
#3061, "1"(Yes))
• Solar panel gets a priority by setting "0" in FSV #3061.
• Zone #1 and #2 valve always keep open except DHW mode in "ON" when the power is
“ON” unless changing the FSV #3071.
Default: Room direction valves are open and DHW valve is closed.
• Zone #1 and #2 can be open separately or simultaneously but all three zone valves can not
be open or closed at the same time.
• There is one minute delay of 2-way valve closing whereas no delay of valve opening.
• Individual zone control is only available with external thermostat.
Operating advanced function
FIELD SETTING MODE
Space Heating : Code 40
Ts
Tu
DHW by Booster Heater Only
#3034
Ta
#4012
Field Setting Value
Main Menu &
Sub Menu Function
Code
Heating Code Heat Pump
40
Backup Heater
Backup Boiler
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
35
14
35
1
˚C
Overshoot
14
2
1
4
1
˚C
Application
21
0(Off)
0
1(On)
-
-
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
Defrost Backup Temp.
25
15
10
55
5
˚C
Application
31
0(No)
0
1(Yes)
-
-
Boiler Priority
32
0(Off)
0
1(On)
-
-
Threshold Temp
33
-15
-20
5
1
˚C
Heat Pump Variables for Space Heating
• FSV #4011 for DHW priority is set to “0(DHW)”(Default) as a default. Space heating gets
a priority by setting FSV #4011 “1”, but this is only valid when the outdoor temperature is
lower than the specified temperature defined by FSV #4012.
• Cold weather compensation is applied when the space heating gets a priority (FSV
#4011=1). It is due to position of heating coil and booster heater in the water tank. Heating
coil is at the bottom part of the water tank and the booster heater is located at the middle
part of the tank. So the heating coil is efficient to heat the whole water in the tank. Chances
that hot water flows through the heating coil decrease with the space heating priority. And
lower part of water in the tank might not get enough heat with the booster heater. Cold
weather compensation is raising the booster heater target temperature by temperature of
FSV #3034 (default=10°C) higher than the user setting.
• Space heating off temperature(FSV #4013, Default “35˚C”, Range 14 ~ 35˚C):
At high outdoor temperature above this value, the space heating will be turned off, to avoid
overheating.
• Overshoot temperature(FSV #4014, Default “2˚C”, Range 1 ~ 4˚C): N/A yet
42_ Operating advanced function
Backup Heater Variables for Space Heating
• The threshold temperature for backup heater operation during defrost mode to prevent cold
draft because of chilled water can be controlled by adjusting FSV #4025. Under FSV #4025
of water outlet temperature, backup heater Will be turned on.
To use both heaters together at the same time, please check the capacity of the power
circuit breaker of your house before use.
External Backup Boiler for Space Heating (Field Option)
• The FSV #4031 should be set to “1(Yes)” to use a backup boiler as an additional heat
source. (default: “0 (No installation)”)
• Priority of backup boiler and heat pump is defined by FSV #4032 (default: “0(OFF)”)
• To compensate the lowered heat pump heating performance under very cold weather
conditions, the backup boiler operates instead of heat pump under the threshold
temperature (FSV #4033, Default “-15˚C”, Range -20 ~ 5˚C).
Operating advanced function _43
ENGLISH
• The FSV #4021 should be set to “0(Off)”(Default) to use 2-stage electric backup heater in
hydro unit as an additional heat source.
• To compensate the lowered heat pump heating performance under very cold weather
conditions, the FSV #4023 should be set to “1(On)”(Default).
- The threshold temperature to use backup heater for cold weather compensation:
FSV #4024, Default “0˚C”, Range -15 ~ 35˚C
- The backup heater operation is restricted to save energy in the threshold temperature
range.
• The FSV #4022 for backup heater priority should be set to “0(both)”(Default) or “1”(backup)
to use backup heater. If not(booster heater priority), the backup heater can be operated in
case of no booster heater demand.
Operating advanced function
FIELD SETTING MODE
Others : Code 50
Field Setting Value
Main Menu &
Sub Menu Function
Code
Others Code
50
Outing
Description
Sub Code Default
Min
Max
Step
Unit
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
Power Peak
Control
Application
41
0(No)
0
1(Yes)
-
-
Select forced off parts
42
0
0
2
-
-
Using input voltage
43
1(High)
0(Low)
1
-
-
Outing Mode (Hot Key of Wired Remote Controller)
• All the target temperatures – space heating and cooling, water law, DHW, Room
temperature – are set to the values defined in the above table under the holiday mode
(outing hot key)
With the lowered target temperatures (FSV #5011 ~ #5019), the system operates
normally.
Economic DHW Heating
• DHW heating only by the heat pump to save energy. Target DHW temperature is lower than
the temperature set by user. The temperature difference is defined by FSV #5021. (default:
5°C)
- If user sets the temperature 45°C, the system sets the target temperature 40°C with the
default setting.
44_ Operating advanced function
Peak Power Control
Operating advanced function _45
ENGLISH
• If users make contracts with local electric power company for limiting the amount of power
consumption when a surge in power usage, users can set FSV of “Forced off”.
• According to FSV (#5041), Default is Non-usage. And According to FSV (#5042), If input is
“0(default)”, all the thermal applications are unavailable while external contacts is high.
If input is “ 1”, Only the booster heater is available.
If input is “ 2”, Only the back up heater is available.
• Applying the control when power voltage of input contact is high is default. According to
FSV (#5043), it is available to adopt this logic in low condition exceptionally.
• When applying to this logic, SAMSUNG controller come to get “Thermo off” condition for all
operation.
• If not used for a long time, anti-freeze fluid shall be used for preventing damage to the unit in
cold condition.
Appendix
TEMPERATURE TABLE
Available operation range
Mode
Display
Setting range
Set View Default
Available
Target temperature
Current Setting
display method
Control
method
Cooling Leaving water
O
O
16~25˚C
• Min : 5~18˚C
• Max : 18~25˚C
-50~94˚C Up/Down
-
Heating Leaving water
O
O
25~55˚C
• Min : 15~37˚C
• Max : 37~55˚C
-50~94˚C Up/Down
-
Outdoor
X
X
30~40˚C
• Min : 25~35˚C
• Max : 35~45˚C
-50~94˚C
Leaving water
(WL1-Floor)
X
X
25~18˚C
• Min : 18~25˚C
• Max : 5~18˚C
-50~94˚C
Leaving water
(WL2-FCU)
X
X
18~5˚C
• Min : 18~25˚C
• Max : 5~18˚C
-50~94˚C
Outdoor
X
X
-10~15˚C
• Min : -20~5˚C
• Max : 10~20˚C
-50~94˚C
Leaving water
(WL1-Floor)
X
X
40~25˚C
• Min : 17~55˚C
• Max : 17~55˚C
-50~94˚C
Leaving water
(WL2-FCU)
X
X
50~35˚C
• Min : 17~55˚C
• Max : 17~55˚C
-50~94˚C
O
X
-5~5˚C
Cooling
Water
Law
Heating
Temperature Shifting
DHW
DHW tank
Outdoor temperature
O
O
X
O
Default
-
• Min : 30~40˚C
40~50˚C
• Max : 50~70˚C
-
-
Field
Setting
Mode
SET/VIEW
mode
Thermostat
(Th-1 : Floor,
Th-2 : FCU)
Up/Down
-
-50~94˚C Up/Down
-
-50~94˚C
-
DIP SWITCH SETTING
S/W
OFF (Default)
ON
S/W #1
Heating and Cooling
Heating only
S/W #2
Target temp : Water outlet Temp.
Target temp : Indoor air Temp.
S/W #4
MASTER remote controller
S/W #5
Self Test Mode is NOT available
S/W #6
Emergency Operation OFF
S/W #7
˚C
˚F
S/W #8
No Use
No Use
46_ Appendix
SLAVE remote controller
Self Test Mode is available
Emergency Operation ON
MAINTAINING THE UNIT
Maintenance activities
WARNING
During longer periods of standstill, e.g. during summer with a heating only application,
it is very important NOT TO SWITCH OFF THE POWER SUPPLY towards the unit.
Switching off the power supply stops the automatic repetitive movement of the motor in
order to prevent it from getting jammed.
This product contains fluorinated greenhouse gases covered by the Kyoto
Protocol.
Refrigerant type: R410A
GWP(1) value: 1975 (GWP = global warming potential)
• Periodical inspections for refrigerant leaks may be required depending on European or local
legislation. Please contact your local dealer for more information.
Appendix _47
ENGLISH
• In order to ensure optimal availability of the unit, a number of checks and inspections on the
unit and the field wiring have to be carried out at regular intervals, preferably yearly.
This maintenance should be carried out by SAMSUNG local technician. Besides keeping the
remote controller clean by means of a soft damp cloth, no maintenance is required by the
operator.
Appendix
TROUBLESHOOTING TIPS
If the unit has some problem to work properly, error codes will be displayed on the wired remote
controller.
The following table describes the explanation of the error codes.
Display
Explanation
EVA Inlet temp sensor SHORT or OPEN
EVA Outlet temp sensor SHORT or OPEN
Wired remote controller temp sensor SHORT or OPEN
FRAM Read/Write Error(Wired remote controller data error)
Water Inlet temp sensor SHORT or OPEN
PHE Outlet temp sensor SHORT or OPEN
Water outlet (Back up Heater) temp sensor SHORT or OPEN
Water TANK temp sensor SHORT or OPEN
Wired remote controller
temp sensor
E653
E654
EVA inlet
E122
Water Outlet
E902
Tr1 Tw2
Ref' In
PHE
Ref' Out
E123
Outdoor
Unit
48_ Appendix
Tw1
Water inlet
E901
Water tank
temp sensor
E904
Communication
Display
Explanation
Abnormal communication B/W Wired remote controller & Hydro Unit
Communication tracking error B/W Wired remote controller & Hydro Unit
ENGLISH
FRAM Read/Write Error(Wired remote controller data error)
E601, E604
E654
• Wrong data transmit B/W micom & IC07(eeprom)
Appendix _49
Appendix
TROUBLESHOOTING TIPS
Water pump & Flow S/W
Display
Explanation
Flow S/W OFF error (In case of flow S/W OFF in 10s during water pump signal is ON)
Flow S/W OFF error (In case of flow S/W ON in 60s during water pump signal is OFF)
E911
• Water pump ON ( Flow S/W off )
• Water pump ON ( Flow S/W off ) : NOT enough water flow
Water flow
< 16 LPM
Water
flow(>12LPM)
E912
• Water pump OFF ( Flow S/W on )
Water flow > 16 LPM
50_ Appendix
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
Error Source
Hydro Unit / OUTDOOR UNIT wire connection error
Hydro Unit,
OUTDOOR UNIT
162
EEPROM Error
Hydro Unit
201
Hydro Unit/OUTDOOR UNIT communication error (Matching error)
Hydro Unit,
OUTDOOR UNIT
202
Hydro Unit/OUTDOOR UNIT communication error (3 min)
Hydro Unit,
OUTDOOR UNIT
203
Communication error between INVERTER and MAIN MICOM (6 min)
OUTDOOR UNIT
221
OUTDOOR UNIT temperature sensor error
OUTDOOR UNIT
231
condenser temperature sensor error
OUTDOOR UNIT
251
Discharge temperature sensor error
OUTDOOR UNIT
320
OLP sensor error
OUTDOOR UNIT
403
Detection of OUTDOOR UNIT compressor freezing (During cooling
operation)
OUTDOOR UNIT
404
Protection of OUTDOOR UNIT when it is overload (during Safety Start,
Normal operation state)
OUTDOOR UNIT
416
Discharge of a compressor is overheated
OUTDOOR UNIT
419
OUTDOOR UNIT EEV operation error
OUTDOOR UNIT
425
Power source line missing error (only for 3-phase model)
OUTDOOR UNIT
440
Heating operation blocked (outdoor temperature over 35°C)
OUTDOOR UNIT
441
Cooling operation blocked (outdoor temperature under 9°C)
OUTDOOR UNIT
458
OUTDOOR UNIT fan1 error
OUTDOOR UNIT
461
[Inverter] Compressor startup error
OUTDOOR UNIT
462
[Inverter] Total current error/PFC over current error
OUTDOOR UNIT
463
OLP is overheated
OUTDOOR UNIT
464
[Inverter] IPM over current error
OUTDOOR UNIT
465
Compressor V limit error
OUTDOOR UNIT
466
DC LINK over/low voltage error
OUTDOOR UNIT
467
[Inverter] Compressor rotation error
OUTDOOR UNIT
468
[Inverter] Current sensor error
OUTDOOR UNIT
469
[Inverter] DC LINK voltage sensor error
OUTDOOR UNIT
470
EEPROM read/write error
OUTDOOR UNIT
471
[Inverter] OTP error
OUTDOOR UNIT
Appendix _51
ENGLISH
101
Appendix
ERROR CODES
Display
Explanation
Error Source
474
IPM(IGBT Module) or PFCM temperature sensor Error
OUTDOOR UNIT
475
OUTDOOR UNIT fan2 error
OUTDOOR UNIT
484
PFC Overload Error
OUTDOOR UNIT
485
Input current sensor error
OUTDOOR UNIT
500
IPM is overheated
OUTDOOR UNIT
554
Gas leak error
OUTDOOR UNIT
601
Communication error between the Hydro Unit and wired remote
controller
Wired Remote
Controller
602
Wired remote controller Master/Slave setting error
Wired Remote
Controller
604
Communication tracking error between the Hydro Unit and wired
remote controller
Hydro Unit, Wired
Remote Controller
607
Communication error between the Master and Salve wired remote
controllers
Wired Remote
Controller
901
Water inlet (PHE) temperature sensor error(open/short)
OUTDOOR UNIT
902
Water outlet (PHE) temperature sensor error(open/short)
OUTDOOR UNIT
903
Water outlet (backup heater) temperature sensor error.
Hydro Unit
904
DHW tank temperature sensor error
Hydro Unit
906
Refrigerant gas inlet (PHE) temperature sensor (open/short)
OUTDOOR UNIT
911
Flow switch and water pump error (F/S signal is OFF for 10 sec.
during the water pump signal is ON)
Hydro Unit
912
Flow switch and water pump error (Water pump signal is OFF for
60sec during the F/S signal is ON)
Hydro Unit
52_ Appendix
Memo
ENGLISH
Memo _53
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