Mitsubishi Electric PAR-30MAA Installation manual

ErP
compliant
HP HEAT PUMP RANGE AIR CURTAINS
INSTALLATION, OPERATION & MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
For use with Mr Slim Outdoor Units
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE ATTEMPTING INSTALLATION
Thermoscreens Ltd
St. Mary’s Road Nuneaton
Warwickshire England
CV11 5AU
Email: sales@thermoscreens.com
Tel: +44 (0) 24 7638 4646
Fax: +44 (0) 24 7638 8578
www.thermoscreens.com
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Thermoscreens / Mitsubishi Electric
Mr Slim HP Heat Pump Air Curtain System
CONTENTS
Page
Air Curtain System Schematics
Design Information
Unpacking the Air Curtain
3
5
8
INSTALLATION
Installation of the Air Curtain
Figure 2 – Dimensions of HP Air Curtain
Mitsubishi Electric Outdoor Unit
Refrigerant Pipework
To gain access inside the Air Curtain
Electrical Supply and Wiring to the Air Curtain
Wiring Diagram 1 (Defrost Cycle Auxiliary Heater disabled - as supplied)
Wiring Diagram 2 (Defrost Cycle Auxiliary Heater enabled on site)
Wiring of Air Curtain Fan Speed
Condensate Disposal System
10
11
12
12
13
14
16
17
18
18
COMMISSIONING
Air Curtain Checks
Dip Switch Settings and Air Temperature Sensor Position
Selecting the Fan Speeds of the Air Curtain
Starting the Heat Pump System
Weather Compensation Control or Discharge Air Temperature Control
Inlet Air Temperature Control or Room Air Temperature Control
Filter Dirty Indicator
Hand-over to End-User
20
21
22
24
24
27
28
30
USER INSTRUCTIONS
Weather Compensation Control or Discharge Air Temperature Control
Inlet Air Temperature Control or Room Air Temperature Control
31
32
SERVICING
Fortnightly Cleaning
Six Monthly Servicing
Fault Finding
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Thermoscreens / Mitsubishi Electric
Mr Slim HP Heat Pump Air Curtain System
with Weather Compensation Control
or Discharge Air Temperature Control)
Air Curtain is supplied set-up to operate on either of these control modes
Permanent electrical supply
(from local switched spur)
S2, S3 communication
link with outdoor unit
Permanent electrical supply (from local switched spur)
1-phase for air curtain as supplied,
3-phase only if defrost cycle auxiliary heater is needed
(site change then required to air curtain)
(S1 is not used)
Heat Pump
Air Curtain
Optional
BMS Control
Interface Board
Mitsubishi Electric
Mr Slim Outdoor Unit
BMS
Control
On/Off
Mode change
Weather compensation
control or Discharge air
temp. control
Mitsubishi error
Mitsubishi Electric
PAR-W21 MAA
Remote Controller
Remote
3-Speed Fan
Switch
(if end user
requires this)
Door Switch to change fan speeds,
Door open - High; Door shut - Low
(industry standard fan speed control)
Refrigeration pipework
Electrical cables
Control cables
BMS Control
The Mr Slim HP Heat Pump Air Curtain System consists of : a Thermoscreens 'HP Air Curtain' fitted with a Mitsubishi Electric PAC-IF010B-E
Interface PCB, with dip switches set to be a PAC-IF020B-E *
 a Mitsubishi Electric 'Mr Slim Outdoor Unit' +
 a Mitsubishi Electric 'PAR-W21 MAA Remote Controller' for manual control by the
occupant of weather compensation control or discharge air temperature control +
 a door switch to change fan speeds; higher speed when the door is open, lower speed
when the door is shut ^
 a Thermoscreens ‘Remote 3-Speed Fan Switch’ (if end user requires this) *
* - supplied by Thermoscreens Ltd.
+
- Mitsubishi Electric items supplied by the installer
^
- supplied by the installer
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Thermoscreens / Mitsubishi Electric
Mr Slim HP Heat Pump Air Curtain System
with Inlet Air Temperature Control
or Room Air Temperature Control
Air Curtain is modified during commissioning to operate on these control modes
Permanent electrical supply
(from local switched spur)
S2, S3 communication
link with outdoor unit
Permanent electrical supply (from local switched spur)
1-phase for air curtain as supplied,
3-phase only if defrost cycle auxiliary heater is needed
(site change then required to air curtain)
(S1 is not used)
Heat Pump
Air Curtain
Optional
BMS Control
Interface Board
Mitsubishi Electric
Mr Slim Outdoor Unit
BMS
Control
On/Off
Mode change
Capacity control
Temperature monitoring
Mitsubishi error
Mitsubishi Electric
PAR-30MAA
Remote Controller
Remote
3-Speed Fan
Switch
(if end user
requires this)
Door Switch to change fan speeds,
Door open - High; Door shut - Low
(industry standard fan speed control)
Refrigeration pipework
Electrical cables
Control cables
BMS Control
The Mr Slim HP Heat Pump Air Curtain System consists of : a Thermoscreens 'HP Air Curtain' fitted with a Mitsubishi Electric PAC-IF010B-E
Interface PCB *
 a Mitsubishi Electric 'Mr Slim Outdoor Unit' +
 a Mitsubishi Electric 'PAR-30MAA Remote Controller' for manual control by the
occupant of inlet air temperature control or room air temperature control +
 a door switch to change fan speeds; higher speed when the door is open, lower speed
when the door is shut ^
 a Thermoscreens ‘Remote 3-Speed Fan Switch’ (if end user requires this) *
* - supplied by Thermoscreens Ltd.
+
- Mitsubishi Electric items supplied by the installer
^
- supplied by the installer
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DESIGN INFORMATION
AS SUPPLIED the air curtain operates on a 1 phase electrical supply (1L+N+E) from a local
switched spur which provides power for fans and controls. There is an integral defrost
cycle auxiliary heater located inside the air curtain but this is ‘disabled’ as supplied. If the
defrost cycle auxiliary heater is required the air curtain will then need a 3 phase electrical
supply (3L+N+E) from a local switched spur, instead of the 1 phase electrical supply, to
provide power for the heater as well which will need to be ‘enabled’ on site during
commissioning, see also notes on Page 6 and Section 'Installation - Electrical Supply and
Wiring to the Air Curtain', Page 14. There is also a communications link with the Mr Slim
outdoor unit via connections S2 and S3 (S1 is not used).
AS SUPPLIED the air curtain is set up for energy saving Weather Compensation Control
or Discharge Air Temperature Control and is used with a Mitsubishi Electric PAR-W21
MAA Remote Controller. The following functions are available: On/Off control of the Mitsubishi Electric heat pump system
 Mode change between Heating mode and Fan only mode (Cooling mode not
available)
 Energy saving weather compensation control or discharge air temperature control via
a set target temperature.
 Signal for when the outdoor unit is in defrost mode so the defrost cycle auxiliary heater
(if enabled) can provide partial heat back-up during the few minutes of defrost.
 Error signal for if the Mitsubishi Electric heat pump system has a problem
Weather Compensation Control (HEATING ECO): This looks at the outside air
temperature using an air sensor on the Mitsubishi Electric outdoor unit and automatically
adjusts the temperature of the air curtain discharge air in accordance with a heating curve.
It will select a warmer discharge air stream if it is cold outside and a cooler discharge air
stream if it is not so cold outside, as the discharge air does not need to be as warm. This
achieves significant energy and carbon savings because the heat pump compressor only
works at the capacity it needs to. Figure 1 shows a typical heating curve set up for weather
compensation control, temperature points 1, 2, 3 and 4 are selected during
commissioning.
40
Heated Air Curtain
2
Figure 1
Weather Compensation Control
Typical heating curve
Air Curtain
Discharge Air 30
Temperature (°C)
20
Ambient Air Curtain
4
1
-5
0
3
5
10
15
20
Outdoor Air Temperature (°C)
Discharge Air Temperature Control (HEATING): The end user sets a target temperature
of, say 35°C, the air curtain then controls the temperature of the discharge air so it will stay
at 35°C even if the inlet air temperature changes.
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The air curtain can also be set up on site during commissioning to operate under Inlet Air
Temperature Control or Room Air Temperature Control and is then used with a
Mitsubishi Electric PAR-30 MAA Remote Controller. The following functions are available: On/Off control of the Mitsubishi Electric heat pump system
 Mode change between Heating mode and Fan only mode, with Cooling mode also
available if enabled during commissioning and with a condensate disposal system
 Capacity control of the Mitsubishi Electric heat pump system
 Temperature monitoring of the inlet air entering the heat pump air curtain, or the room
air temperature at the remote controller
 Signal for when the outdoor unit is in defrost mode so the defrost cycle auxiliary heater
(if enabled) can provide partial heat back-up during the few minutes of defrost.
 Error signal for if the Mitsubishi Electric heat pump system has a problem
Refer to a Mitsubishi Electric agent if the air curtain is to be controlled via a Building
Management System (BMS) or Centralised Controller.
It should be noted that during heating mode, if the outdoor unit goes into its defrost cycle
during cold weather, the air curtain fans will continue to operate to maintain the allimportant air stream across the doorway. It is this air stream, particularly towards the top of
the doorway, which is so effective at stopping buoyant warm air from inside the building
escaping to outside and wasting energy and also in reducing airborne contamination.
The temperature of the discharge air can be low during the 6 to 7 minute defrost cycle
period that may occur every few hours under particular outdoor weather conditions but this
has rarely become an issue with the end user and is really only a perceived problem.
There is a defrost cycle auxiliary heater fitted in the air curtain which is disabled when the
air curtain is delivered. If there are concerns for a particular installation this defrost cycle
auxiliary heater can be enabled during site commissioning and this will maintain the
discharge air at a higher temperature during the defrost cycle. A 3-phase electrical supply
is then required to power the air curtain.
Point of Information: If used, an auxiliary defrost heater may seem counter-productive for
a heat pump system. When put into context, however, the auxiliary heater fitted is of low
output for the size of the air curtain, it will just temper the discharge air and is only used for
a few minutes a day during a small period of the year. Tests at the Building Research
Establishment (BRE) test house on the heat pump air curtain system showed that even
with the auxiliary heater cutting in during defrost, as it has to during their EN14511
performance test, the annual seasonal COP was hardly affected.
Cooling is possible if the air curtain is modified during commissioning to operate under
Inlet Air Temperature Control or Room Air Temperature Control. It will not operate in
cooling if set-up to operate under Weather Compensation Control or Discharge Air
Temperature Control, which is how the air curtain is supplied.
The air curtain is supplied with its cooling mode disabled, although an integral condensate
drain tray is fitted inside the air curtain so it could be used in cooling mode during warm
weather, if so desired. This should be decided at the design stage as a condensate drain
system will need to be installed if cooling is required and extended to a suitable drain by
the installer. The condensate can be drained by gravity by connecting suitable condensate
hose onto the 15mm drain pipe on the condensate drain tray inside the air curtain. If a
gravity condensate drain is not visually suitable it will be necessary to remove condensate
using a condensate pump, supplied and fitted by the installer. The condensate pump can
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be located inside the right hand end of the air curtain or in a remote location outside of the
unit if required. It must be of sufficient capacity, see Page 19, self priming and capable of
providing the appropriate suction head so the pump will lift condensate out of the air
curtain, particularly if it is in a remote location. There are two hole penetrations at the right
hand end of the air curtain for condensate pipework to pass through, see Figure 2, Page
11. Suitable condensate pumps are Peristaltic or Rotary Diaphragm type. We recommend
the Blue Diamond rotary diaphragm type with cooling signal sensor (drainStik)
manufactured by Charles Austen Pumps Ltd. (www.miniblue.co.uk).
If using a condensate pump it is recommended that it has the facility so it only operates
when the air curtain is in cooling mode by detection of water in the drain tray or by
detecting a cooling differential in the airflow. It should also have a pump overrun feature to
empty the drain tray as much as possible when the air curtain is switched off. It should
have an alarm system with appropriate sensor fitted in the drain tray that will give a voltfree signal (closed circuit = alarm) and stop the air curtain cooling if the condensate drain
tray is in danger of flooding (air curtain fans will continue to operate). There is a fixing
bracket with 8mm diameter hole attached to the drain tray inside the air curtain so a
condensate sensor can be fixed in the tray by the installer. The hole can be enlarged, if
necessary, to suit the type of sensor used so it is located in the tray at the appropriate
position, see the manufacturer’s instructions that come with the condensate pump for
further information. A 230V AC, single phase electrical supply is provided inside the air
curtain to power a condensate pump and a condensate alarm connection is provided for
the condensate pump alarm circuit.
Warning: The air curtain condensate collection system is designed to remove condensate
with the air curtain operating in cooling mode during normal summer weather conditions in
countries with a temperate climate. In case of extreme weather conditions, drain tray
blockage or condensate pump failure, which can occur, it is vital that the design of the floor
beneath the air curtain and its surface is such that it will not become slippery or damaged if
it became wet. This is similar to the conditions that might be experienced with heavy
rainfall in at an open doorway or wet pedestrian foot traffic, so careful consideration must
be paid to the design of the floor and its surface finish.
If it is intended that the air curtain should not operate in cooling mode (which is how the air
curtain is supplied) and a condensate drain system is not fitted, it is still recommended that
the floor design and surface be as described above, in case cooling mode is used in the
future and also to cope with heavy rainfall or wet pedestrian foot traffic.
The air curtain is designed only for use with a Mitsubishi Electric Mr Slim Outdoor Unit for
use on R410A. The complete Thermoscreens air curtain / Mitsubishi Electric heat pump
system, including refrigerant pipework, wiring, controls, etc. must be installed only by an
approved Mitsubishi Electric refrigeration contractor.
Persons using the air curtain must be given adequate instruction and supervision
concerning the use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety. The air
curtain is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities.
These instructions must be read in conjunction with the separate Mitsubishi Electric
instructions that come with the Mr Slim Outdoor Unit. All instructions should be kept by the
building facilities manager for future reference.
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UNPACKING THE AIR CURTAIN
The following items are supplied and packaged within the air curtain box :HP Heat Pump Air Curtain
Wall Brackets and Fixing Bolts
Please note, plastic end caps are supplied
loose to be fitted during installation
for if air curtain is to be wall mounted
Remote 3-Speed Fan Switch
If remote fan speed control is required by the end user
NB Industry standard is to have High/Low fan speed control
via a door switch or single speed set at commissioning
If anything is missing or damaged please contact your place of purchase immediately.
There will also be a 'Mr Slim Outdoor Unit' and ‘Remote Controller’ (if required) supplied by
Mitsubishi Electric.
The Installer will also need to supply and install the following:PAR-30 MAA Remote Controller
PAR-W21 MAA Remote Controller
or
If Air Curtain is to be manually controlled for
weather compensation control or discharge air
temp. control, also needed for commissioning
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If Air Curtain is to be manually controlled for
inlet air or room air temperature control,
also needed for commissioning
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The installer may also need to supply and install the following optional items:Door Switch – for energy efficient,
noise friendly, fan speed control,
Door open – Higher fan speed
Door shut – Lower fan speed
Condensate Pump – self priming with
cooling mode detection, alarm
system and pump overrun
Example Switch only
Gives industry standard fan speed control – see
wiring diagrams on Pages 16 & 17 and text on
Pages 18 & 22 for more information
If Air Curtain is to be operated in COOL mode
and gravity drain cannot be used – see text
on Page 6 & 7 for more information
The complete Thermoscreens air curtain / Mitsubishi Electric heat pump system, to provide a
heat pump air curtain over a doorway, including wiring, fridge pipework, etc. is to be installed
only by an approved Mitsubishi Electric refrigeration contractor.
IMPORTANT
This Heat Pump Air Curtain is intended only for use with a Mitsubishi Electric Mr Slim
Outdoor Unit, for use on R410A.
These instructions must be read in conjunction with the Mitsubishi Electric Mr Slim
Outdoor Unit instructions.
(All documentation supplied with each unit should be stored and kept for future reference.)
For your records:
Date of Purchase……………………………..
Place of Purchase…………………………….
Serial Number…………………………………
For warranty purposes proof of purchase is necessary so please keep a copy of your invoice.
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INSTALLATION OF THE AIR CURTAIN
The air curtain is designed to be surface mounted inside a building and located
horizontally over a doorway. It must not be installed on the outside of the building,
or built into a cabinet or recessed in anyway.
Location
The air curtain must be mounted so the discharge grille is
located up to 3.2m maximum above floor level and as
close to the doorway as possible. It must be installed level
or condensate may leak out if used for cooling. It is
recommended to leave a gap of 250mm minimum above
the air curtain to allow for pipework brazing operations.
Beware of doorway top edges, structural beams, door
opening/closure devices, etc. which may interfere with the
air stream and affect the location of the unit.
Recommended
250mm min.
for pipework
Wall Fixing
Bolt all of the wall brackets supplied to the rear face of the
unit as shown in the adjacent picture using the M10 bolts
supplied. Suitable wall fixing bolts (not supplied) need to
be used to fix the brackets to the wall, taking into account
the type of wall and the weight of the unit*, see table:
Air Curtain
Weight (kg)
HP1000 DXE
46
HP1500 DXE
67
HP2000 DXE
84
Step 1. Refer to Figure 2, Page 11 for mounting details
and drill the fixing points in the wall.
Step 2. Screw in the top wall bolts leaving a small gap between the head and the wall.
Lower the unit onto the bolts via the key-hole slots in the top of the wall brackets and then
screw in the bottom wall bolts.
Step 3. Ensure all fixing bolts are tightened and the air curtain is safely secured to the
wall.
Ceiling Suspension
M10 threaded inserts are provided in the top face of the
unit (see Figure 2, Page 11 for positions) so it can be
suspended on M10 threaded hanging rods (not provided).
All suspension points must be used. Ensure each of the
hanging rods is secured onto a suitable structure that can
support the weight of the unit (see table above)*. Screw
the hanging rods into the inserts by a minimum or 20mm
and fit locking nuts (not provided) to prevent the rod
rotating and coming away from the casing. Do not screw
the hanging rod too far in or it could interfere with internal
components.
* It is the sole responsibility of the installer to ensure that the building fixing locations and suspension system
used are suitable for the air curtain being installed.
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20mm hole on top for pumped
condensate disposal (if cooling)
225
M
45 45
K
45
1.5m only
F
H
200
45
105
50
M (mm)
L
45
-
8
in.
875
570
in.
5
8
80
334
258
299
7
204
952
1904
2 in.
1
80
K (mm)
2 in.
359
1
359
253
267
333
J (mm)
442
I (mm)
H (mm)
in.
222
5
182
5
F (mm)
8
699
E (mm)
in.
1398
898
D (mm)
8
918
655
-
C (mm)
G
1793
1225
605
B (mm)
2350
1825
1300
HP2000DXE
HP1500DXE
HP1000DXE
468
AIR OUT
A (mm)
Liquid Line
Refrigerant
Connection (L)
AIR IN
FIGURE 2 – DIMENSIONS OF HP HEAT PUMP AIR CURTAIN
Inserts for M10 drop rods
4 for 1m unit, 6 for 1.5m/2m units
Use all drop rod holes !
C
B
A
Gas Line
Refrigerant
Connection (G)
340
Electrical Supply and Mitsubishi
Control Wiring Inlets (M20)
15
25
306
I
Additional (M20)
Wiring Inlets on top
E
Recommend
250 minimum
for pipes
20mm hole for gravity or pumped
condensate disposal (if cooling)
E
D
Gas Line Refrigerant Connection (G)
Liquid Line Refrigerant Connection (L)
100
250
J
20
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Mitsubishi Electric Outdoor Unit
The Mitsubishi Electric Mr Slim Outdoor Unit is selected to match its refrigerant heat
output to the size of the Air Curtain. See table below for size of outdoor unit to be used
together with performance data for the air curtain.
Air Curtain
Air Curtain Parameters
Maximum Maximum Maximum Maximum Effective
Mr Slim
Cooling Air Volume
Noise
Width of
Outdoor Unit Heating
Output
Output
Flow Rate
Level
Airstream
(kW)
(kW)
(m3/h)
dB(A) @3m
(m)
HP1000 DXE
PUHZ-RP71
8.3
7.4
1310
58
1.10
HP1500 DXE
PUHZ-RP125
13.8
12.3
2070
58
1.63
HP2000 DXE
PUHZ-RP140
15.9
14.2
2590
58
2.15
HP2000 DXE
PUHZ-RP200*
21.0
18.7
2590
58
2.15
Outputs based on:- Indoor air temperature = 20ºC. Outdoor condition = 7/6 db/wb ºC for heating output,
35/27 db/wb ºC for cooling output.
Performance figures derived from independent testing by UK test houses BRE and BSRIA in accordance with
test standard EN14511. Noise testing carried out at Sound Research Laboratories to ISO3741 and BS4856-4.
See Table on Page 23 for more details of air volume flow rates and noise levels.
* Alternative larger outdoor unit will give enhanced heat output for difficult doorway situations - not
recommended, however, for weather compensation control or discharge air temperature control.
Refrigerant Pipework
This must be carried out before connection of any electrical and controls cables
and in accordance with the Instructions that come with the Mitsubishi Electric
Outdoor Unit. This work must only be undertaken by a Mitsubishi Electric
approved Contractor.
Contact Mitsubishi Electric for recommended pipework sizes, pipework lengths,
numbers of fittings, etc.
The installation must be carried out in accordance with the Mitsubishi Electric
Installation Manual that comes with the outdoor unit.
It is intended that refrigerant pipe connections to the air curtain are made using brazed
joints and these must be carried out in a professional and safe manner. If installation
pipe sizes for the discharge (gas) line and liquid line are different from the pipe
connection sizes on the air curtain (see Figure 2, Page 11) suitable pipe reducers must
be used for the connection. R410A refrigerant systems can operate at pressures up to
610 psi (c. 42 Bar). These brazed joints may well be located in a public area and a
weakness leading to an explosion could be extremely dangerous.
The air curtain with its coil is manufactured in accordance with the Pressure Equipment
Directive (PED) and the installation must be carried out to a good standard of
workmanship. Remove the protective plastic film on top of the air curtain before starting
work and protect the top surface of the air curtain. Use a heat sink on the copper pipes
during brazing to reduce the transfer of heat to the inside of the air curtain where
sensitive components are located.
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To gain access inside the Air Curtain
To gain access for connection of the electrical supply, controls wiring
and to work on the unit during commissioning, remove the air inlet
grilles and the bottom access panel.
First remove the plastic end caps at each end of the unit, if already
fitted, by pulling off to the side (see picture).
Then remove each inlet grille in turn with its filter by unfastening
the quarter-turn Philips Head fastener at the bottom corner of the
grille. Use a Philips No.1 screwdriver to access the screw via the
elongated hole at the bottom corner of each grille and turn anticlockwise to remove (see picture).
To remove the bottom access panel unfasten the access panel
securing screws, one at each end, plus two in the centre
(HP1500 DXE and HP2000 DXE units) and slide the panel out
forwards (see picture).
screw
access panel
Please note: All the panels of the air curtain are covered in a protective plastic film
which should now be removed.
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Electrical Supply and Wiring to the Air Curtain
This must be carried out AFTER the connection of the refrigerant pipework. All
electrical wiring and connections MUST be carried out by a competent qualified
electrician in accordance with the latest edition of the IEE wiring regulations
and/or local statutory regulations. (see also Wiring Diagrams 1 & 2 on Page 16/17)
 A local isolator having a contact separation of at least 3mm on all poles must be
fitted in the 1 phase electrical supply (1L + N + E) to the air curtain and located in
an accessible position adjacent to the unit.
Do not have a switch or isolator in the S2, S3 (Comms Link), use continuous wire.
 If the defrost cycle auxiliary heater is to be used the air curtain then requires a 3
phase electrical supply (3L + N + E) to the air curtain instead of a 1 phase
electrical supply. A local isolator having a contact separation of at least 3mm on all
poles must be fitted in the 3 phase electrical supply and located in an accessible
position adjacent to the unit. The defrost cycle auxiliary heater will need to be
enabled during commissioning (see Section ‘Design Information’ – Page 5 and
Section ‘Commissioning’ Page 20).
 The appliance must be connected using cables having an appropriate temperature
rating (heat resistant).
 Ensure that the supply cables, circuit breakers and other electrical installation
equipment are correctly sized for the air curtain being installed. See Table below.
 A 25mm size cable gland or conduit connector should be used for the Electrical
Supply into the air curtain. See Figure 2, Page 11 showing where the electrical
supply enters the unit.
 This appliance must be Earthed.
 Wire in accordance with 1) or 2) in the Table below:
1)
Air Curtain
HP1000 DXE
HP1500 DXE
HP2000 DXE
Unit as supplied - defrost cycle
auxiliary heater is disabled
(230V/1ph/50Hz electrical supply from
separate local isolator)
Rated Electrical
Rated Current (A)
Power Input (kW)
0.2
0.3
0.35
2) the defrost cycle auxiliary heater is
to be enabled during commissioning
(400V/3ph/50Hz electrical supply from
separate local isolator)
Rated Electrical
Rated Current per
Power Input (kW)
phase (A)
0.8
1.2
1.4
4.7
7.8
9.35
7.3
12.1
14.4
1) Unit as supplied – defrost cycle auxiliary heater is
disabled, see Wiring Diagram 1, Page 16
(230V/1ph/50Hz electrical supply from separate local
isolator)
Connect to terminals Earth, L1 and N with a 1-phase
electrical supply.
Connect terminals S2 and S3 from the outdoor unit to
terminals S2 and S3 on the air curtain – Communication
link between outdoor unit and the air curtain.
Connect a Mitsubishi Electric PAR-W21MAA or PAR30MAA Remote Controller to terminals 1 and 2 on the
air curtain.
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2) If the defrost cycle auxiliary heater is to be enabled
during site commissioning
(400V/3ph/50Hz electrical supply from separate local
isolator), see Wiring Diagram 2, Page 17
Connect to terminals Earth, L1, L2, L3 and N with a 3phase electrical supply.
Connect terminals S2 and S3 from the outdoor unit to
terminals S2 and S3 on the air curtain – Communication
link between outdoor unit and the air curtain.
Connect a Mitsubishi Electric PAR-W21MAA or PAR30MAA Remote Controller to terminals 1 and 2 on the
air curtain.
If required the defrost cycle auxiliary heater can be
enabled by disconnecting the neutral wire (violet) from
the auxiliary terminal 14NO on the contactor inside the
air curtain. This wire is then connected onto terminal A2
on the contactor as shown in the adjacent picture (see
also Wiring Diagram 2 on Page 17).
Recommended wire sizes for electrical connections are as follows:
Electrical Connection
1-phase electrical supply from separate local isolator
3-phase electrical supply from separate local isolator - if the
defrost cycle auxiliary heater is to be enabled
S2, S3 – communication link between outdoor unit and the
air curtain
Mitsubishi Electric PAR-W21MAA or PAR-30MAA Remote
Controller (2-core cable)
Door switch to change fan speeds as door opens and shuts
or Remote 3-Speed fan switch
Wire Size
2.5mm2 max. for access
2.5mm2 max. for access
1.5mm2
0.75mm2
0.75mm2
Refer to Mitsubishi Electric for electrical details of the Mr Slim Outdoor Unit.
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K1
DEFROST
CYCLE
AUXILIARY
HEATER
All other dips- OFF
For Inlet Air or Room Control,
PAR-30: SW1-2, 1-3, ON
Red
Red
Black Thermistor (TH5) - Factory fitted
RC
Violet
Violet
Thermistor (Discharge Air or Inlet Air) - Factory fitted
FILTER
INDICATOR PCB
CONTACTOR
21
11
A1
(2m unit only)
Fan motor 2
1
1
230v AC
RELAY
Fan motor 1
22
24
12
14
A2
Blue
Blue (Neutral)
Brown (High)
Grey
Violet
~ Orange
Red (Low)
Blue (Neutral)
Brown (High)
Grey
Violet
~ Orange
Red (Low)
Brown
0
Blue
6
5
4
3
Fan
High
Med
Low
wire link for
Medium Speed
fitted as standard
Yellow
1
2
Black
Defrost Heater
Thermal Trip
(x2 on 2m unit)
PL
S2
S3
1
2
TOC
TOC
FUSE
TERM.
L1
L2
L3
N
TERMINAL
BLOCK
0
6
5
4
3
2
1
Black
Pink
Yellow
Red
Red
Orange
Violet
FUSE
T 5A
White
BMS
CONTROL
Electrical Supply for
Outdoor Unit
230V/1ph/50Hz
or 400V/3ph/50Hz
L1 L2 L3 N
MAIN INTERFACE
S1 S2 S3
Fan
High
Med
Low
Carries
230v AC
8
7
Door-Switch
or wire in a Door-Switch:Door Open - Higher speed
Door Closed - Lower speed
Fan
High
Med
Low
2A - AC3, 230v AC
6
5
4
3
2
1
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC
PAR-W21MAA for
weather compensation,
or PAR-30MAA for inlet
air control
A B
N 230v AC electrical power for condensate pump (if required)
N
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC
OUTDOOR UNIT
or wire in Thermoscreens 3-Speed Fan Switch
L
L
230V/1ph/50Hz Electrical Supply
HP1000DXE = 0.8A
HP1500DXE = 1.2A
HP2000DXE = 1.4A
WIRING DIAGRAM 1 – HP MR SLIM HEAT PUMP AIR CURTAIN (No Defrost Cycle Heater – unit as supplied)
Red
Red
Black
Yellow
CONDENSATE ALARM
Closed Circuit = Alarm
(Compressor Stops)
Black
White Thermistor (Liquid) - Factory fitted
Red White Black
IN1(2)
IN1(1)
Fan
Control
A1 13NO
K1
A2 14NO
Violet
Green/Yellow
Orange
IN2(2)
Heater
Control
Cooling
On
The air curtain is delivered
with the Defrost Cycle
Auxiliary Heater disabled.
CONTACTOR
Grey
Black
Brown
THERMOSCREENS HEAT PUMP AIR CURTAIN
Red
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC
INTERFACE PCB
PAC-IF010B-E (v.H48<)
L N
Brown
S1 S2 S3
IN2(1)
For Weather Compensation or
Discharge Control, PAR-W21:
SW1-3, SW3-7, ON
Dip Switch Settings:-
Plug connected prevents
cooling with Inlet Air & Room
Air Control. Remove plug from
CNX5 if using Cooling Mode
pcb track
Wire link connector must
be removed from CNS2
CN105
1
5
W
G
CNX5
E
IN
CNX4
T
SI
IR
CNX1
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K1
All other dips- OFF
Red
Red
Black
Red
Red
Violet
Violet
FILTER
INDICATOR PCB
CONTACTOR
Thermistor (Discharge Air or Inlet Air) - Factory fitted
Thermistor (Liquid) - Factory fitted
Black
RC
Black
CONDENSATE ALARM
Closed Circuit = Alarm
(Compressor Stops)
Fan
Control
Yellow
A1 13NO
K1
A2 14NO
21
11
A1
(2m unit only)
Fan motor 2
1
Blue (Neutral)
Brown (High)
Grey
Violet
~ Orange
Red (Low)
Blue (Neutral)
Brown (High)
Grey
Violet
~ Orange
Red (Low)
1
230v AC
RELAY
Fan motor 1
22
24
12
14
A2
Brown
0
Blue
6
5
4
3
Fan
High
Med
Low
wire link for
Medium Speed
fitted as standard
Yellow
1
2
Black
Defrost Heater
Thermal Trip
(x2 on 2m unit)
PL
S2
S3
1
2
TOC
TOC
FUSE
TERM.
L1
L2
L3
N
TERMINAL
BLOCK
0
6
5
4
3
2
1
Black
Pink
Yellow
Red
Red
Orange
Violet
FUSE
T 5A
White
BMS
CONTROL
N
S1 S2 S3
Fan
High
Med
Low
Carries
230v AC
8
7
Door-Switch
or wire in a Door-Switch:Door Open - Higher speed
Door Closed - Lower speed
Fan
High
Med
Low
2A - AC3, 230v AC
6
5
4
3
2
1
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC
PAR-W21MAA for
weather compensation,
or PAR-30MAA for inlet
air control
A B
N 230v AC electrical power for condensate pump (if required)
Electrical Supply for
Outdoor Unit
230V/1ph/50Hz
or 400V/3ph/50Hz
L1 L2 L3
MAIN INTERFACE
or wire in Thermoscreens 3-Speed Fan Switch
L
L1 L2 L3 N
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC
OUTDOOR UNIT
WIRING DIAGRAM 2 – HP MR SLIM HEAT PUMP AIR CURTAIN (Defrost Cycle Aux. Heater enabled on site)
White
Red White Black
IN1(2)
IN1(1)
IN2(2)
IN2(1)
Heater
Control
Cooling
On
Blue
Orange
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC
INTERFACE PCB
PAC-IF010B-E (v.H48<)
S1 S2 S3
Brown
Violet
Green/Yellow
The air curtain is delivered with the Defrost
Cycle Auxiliary Heater disabled but it can
be enabled during site commissioning if
required.
To enable the Defrost Cycle Auxiliary
Heater disconnect the Violet neutral wire
from auxiliary terminal 14NO and connect
this wire onto terminal A2.
400V/3ph/50Hz Electrical Supply
for if Defrost Cycle Auxiliary Heater is to be
enabled during site commissioning
HP1000DXE = 7.3A per phase
WARNING! 400V
HP1500DXE = 12.1A per phase
on some terminals HP2000DXE = 14.4A per phase
Red
Thermistor (TH5) - Factory fitted
For Inlet Air or Room Control,
PAR-30: SW1-2, 1-3, ON
For Weather Compensation or
Discharge Control, PAR-W21:
SW1-3, SW3-7, ON
Dip Switch Settings:-
Plug connected prevents
cooling with Inlet Air & Room
Air Control. Remove plug from
CNX5 if using Cooling Mode
pcb track
CONTACTOR
Grey
Black
Brown
THERMOSCREENS HEAT PUMP AIR CURTAIN
1m unit 3 x 1.5kW = 4.5kW
1.5m unit 3 x 2.5kW = 7.5kW
2m unit 3 x 3.0kW = 9kW
L N
DEFROST
CYCLE
AUXILIARY
HEATER
Wire link connector must
be removed from CNS2
CN105
5
1
G
CNX5
W
IN
CNX4
TE
SI
IR
CNX1
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Wiring of Air Curtain Fan Speed
As delivered the air curtain is link wired to operate on a single fan
speed at its medium speed, see picture opposite. Current thinking
for air curtain technology, however, is to have a Door-Switch wired
to switch the unit between a Higher fan speed - Door Open and a
Lower fan speed - Door Closed. This is both energy efficient and
noise friendly. Alternatively a single fan speed, High, Medium or
Low, can be set at commissioning to suit the general weather
conditions of the site. Both methods prevent the end user
switching fan speeds and maybe leaving the air curtain on an
unsuitable setting.
If the end user does require remote fan
speed switching, however, there is a wall
mounted 3-speed fan switch supplied with
the air curtain which can be fitted next to the
Mitsubishi Electric PAR-W21MAA or PAR30MAA Remote Controller. The end user
can then remotely select High, Medium or Low fan speeds if they choose to.
A door switch, wire link for single speed or the 3-speed fan switch is wired to terminals
FAN, HIGH, MED and LOW in the Air Curtain using 230V mains rated double insulated
cable of size 0.75mm2. See also Wiring Diagram 1 or 2 on Pages 16 and 17 and Section,
Commissioning; ‘Selecting the fan speeds of the air curtain’ on page 22 which gives details
as to how the available speeds of the six speed fan motor(s) can be set to suit outdoor
environmental conditions and indoor noise levels.
Condensate Disposal System
Cooling is only possible if the air curtain is modified during commissioning to operate
under Inlet Air Temperature Control or Room Air Temperature Control. It will not
operate in cooling if set-up to operate under Weather Compensation Control or
Discharge Air Temperature Control, which is how the air curtain is supplied.
If it is intended to use the air curtain in cooling mode the plug must be removed from CNX5
on the PAC-IF010 Interface PCB (see Wiring Diagrams 1 & 2 on Pages 16 and 17) and a
condensate disposal system must be installed.
The air curtain is fitted with a condensate drain tray with 15mm
copper outlet pipe at the right hand side of the air curtain.
Suitable condensate hose can be fitted to the pipe (see picture)
and fed through a 20mm hole at the back of the unit, see
Figure 2, Page 11, so condensate will gravity drain away.
Means of condensate disposal must then be provided at the
rear of the air curtain.
If it is not practical to gravity drain from the air curtain a suitable condensate pump (not
supplied with the unit) can be supplied and fitted by the installer to remove condensate
directly from the unit. The condensate pump must be of sufficient capacity (see Table
below) and if located higher than the drain tray; self priming and capable of providing the
appropriate suction head so the pump will lift condensate out from the top of the air
curtain. Suitable condensate pumps with a suction head are Peristaltic or Rotary
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Diaphragm type. It is recommended that the condensate pump has the facility so it only
operates when the air curtain is in cooling mode by detection of water in the drain tray or
by detecting a cooling differential in the airflow. It should also have a pump overrun to
empty the drain tray as much as possible when the air curtain is switched off. We
recommend the Blue Diamond rotary diaphragm type with cooling signal sensor (drainStik)
manufactured by Charles Austen Pumps Ltd. (www.miniblue.co.uk).
Air Curtain
Maximum likely condensate flow rate
(litres/hour)
HP1000 DXE
6.0
HP1500 DXE
9.0
HP2000 DXE
11.0
(with a PUHZ-RP140)
HP2000 DXE
(with a PUHZ-RP200)
15.0
There is space inside the air curtain at the right hand end of the unit to mount a
condensate pump. A permanent 230V AC, single phase electrical supply is provided inside
the air curtain at the DIN-Rail terminals to power the pump. See Wiring Diagrams 1 & 2 on
Pages 16 and 17. There are two 20mm condensate outlet holes in the casing, one at the
top of the unit and a lower one at the rear, both fitted with rubber plugs (see Figure 2,
Page 11). These can be used to feed a hose from the condensate pump to a remote
condensate drain.
Condensate drain hose should be pushed through either of the two condensate outlet
holes after removing the plug and connected to the condensate pump using the adapter
supplied with the pump. It may be necessary to extend the hose if the pump is remotely
located.
Whether a gravity drain system or a condensate pump is used to remove the condensate
there should be an alarm system with appropriate sensor fitted in the drain tray that will
give a volt-free signal (closed circuit = alarm). A 2-wire condensate alarm signal should be
wired back to the condensate alarm connection provided at the Interface PCB inside the
air curtain. This will stop the air curtain cooling if the condensate drain tray is in danger of
flooding, bringing up an error code on the Mitsubishi Electric system (air curtain fans will
continue to operate).
There is a fixing bracket with 8mm diameter hole attached to
the drain tray inside the air curtain so a condensate alarm
sensor can be fixed in the tray by the installer. Hinge the drain
tray down to gain better access to the fixing bracket (see
picture and Section, Servicing – Page 33). Enlarge the hole if
necessary to suit the type of sensor being used so it is located
in the tray at the appropriate position. If a condensate pump is
being used see the manufacturers instructions that come with
the pump for further information.
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COMMISSIONING THE AIR CURTAIN
Ensure that the electrical supply to the Mitsubishi Electric Outdoor Unit and, if
applicable, the 3-phase local electrical supply to the Air Curtain, are switched off.
Air Curtain Checks
Check that the components inside the air curtain are as shown in the picture below. If
the defrost cycle auxiliary heater has been enabled check that the thermal overheat cutout switch(s) has not ‘tripped’. Press the reset button at the top of the unit (2 on a
HP2000 DXE unit). If the cut-out switch has tripped it will click back on – see picture
Interface PCB
TOP OF UNIT
PCB fixing
screw
Liquid Line
Sensor
WHITE Discharge Air temperature
Sensor RED
Shown set up for Weather
Compensation/Discharge Air
Temperature Control. See
Page 21 to see set-up for
Inlet Air/Room Air
Temperature Control.
There is a Mitsubishi Electric Interface PCB located within the left hand end of the
Thermoscreens Air Curtain. This provides control and communication between the
Mitsubishi Electric Outdoor Unit and the Air Curtain Indoor Unit. It is held in place by a
fixing screw located in the left-hand end panel of the air curtain under the left-hand
plastic end cap. Remove the screw and carefully slide the PCB partially out. For easier
withdrawal of the PCB the filter indicator connection may be temporarily removed.
Filter Indicator
Connection
LEDs 2-5
LED 1
Un-plug green
plug CNX5 for
cooling mode
with Inlet Air or
Room Air Temp.
Control
Condensate
Pump Alarm
Connection
DIP SWITCHES
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Dip Switch Settings and Air Temperature Sensor Position
As supplied the air curtain is set-up to be operated under Weather Compensation
Control (HEATING ECO) or Discharge Air Temperature Control (HEATING) and the air
temperature sensor (marked red) is located in a temperature pocket in the air discharge
plenum of the unit. Check that the dip switches on the Interface PCB are set as follows:
For Weather Compensation Control or Discharge Air Temperature Control
SW1
SW2
SW3
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Black rectangle indicates moveable head of dip switch
If the air curtain is going to be operated under Inlet Air Temperature Control the air
temperature sensor (marked red) needs to be removed from its temperature pocket in
the air discharge plenum of the unit and fitted in the inlet air to the fan on the bracket
provided, see pictures showing this.
If the air curtain is going to be operated under Room Air Temperature Control it does
not matter where the air temperature sensor (marked red) is located as air temperature
sensing is now done at the PAR-30MAA Remote Controller. The PAR-30MAA Remote
Controller will need to be set up via its Installer Menu so that temperature sensing is
done at the controller. See instructions that come with the controller. Check that the dip
switches on the Interface PCB are set as follows:
For Inlet Air Temperature Control or Room Air Temperature Control
SW1
SW2
SW3
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Black rectangle indicates moveable head of dip switch
Check that the wiring between the air curtain and the Mr Slim outdoor unit is in
accordance with Wiring Diagrams 1 & 2 on Pages 16 and 17. If the Interface PCB is still
withdrawn, carefully slide it back into place and re-plug the Filter Indication connection
into CN105 if removed earlier. Ensure cables are not trapped inside and refit the
retaining screw.
On the PCB in the Mitsubishi Electric Mr Slim Outdoor Unit SW8-3 to be ON.
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Selecting the Fan Speeds of the Air Curtain
The fan motor(s) in the air curtain is a 5-speed motor and fan speeds can be re-selected at
commissioning to suit the installation, both to suit the outdoor environmental conditions
and for indoor noise levels.
As delivered, for the 3 fan speeds available at the fan speed DIN rail terminals:the HIGH fan speed (black wire) is wired into motor tapping 1 (highest motor speed
tapping),
the MEDIUM fan speed (blue wire) is wired into motor tapping 3,
the LOW fan speed (yellow wire) is wired into motor tapping 5 (lowest motor speed),
motor tapping:-
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3 2 1
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The table below provides guidance as to how the fan speeds can be set. WARNING:
There are two motors on the HP2000DXE model, make sure both motors are wired up
in exactly the same way or the motors will overheat with possible damage.
Fan
Speed
Motor Speed
Tapping
Maximum air curtain
mounting height
(air curtain
as
delivered)
(see Wiring Diagram
1, Page 18 or Wiring
Diagram 2, Page 19)
(m)
HIGH
(black
wire)
MEDIUM
(blue
wire)
LOW
(yellow
wire)
1 – (Highest speed)
3.2
2
2.8
3
2.4
4
2.0
5 – (Lowest speed)
1.7
Sound
Pressure
Level of air
curtain
Air Volume
Flow Rate
(m3/h)
[dB(A) at 3m]
HP1000DXE - 57
HP1500DXE - 56
HP2000DXE - 57
1310
1970
2590
HP1000DXE - 56
HP1500DXE - 54
HP2000DXE - 56
HP1000DXE - 54
HP1500DXE - 52
HP2000DXE - 54
1250
1860
2480
1170
1750
2340
HP1000DXE - 51
HP1500DXE - 49
HP2000DXE - 51
HP1000DXE - 47
HP1500DXE - 45
HP2000DXE - 47
1030
1460
2070
900
1240
1810
See also Section, Installation; ‘Wiring of Air Curtain Fan Speed’ on Page 18 giving details of how
to wire in fan speeds.
Sound pressure levels dB(A) at 3m distance are for a single air curtain mounted at its maximum mounting height, operating in a room
with average acoustic characteristics as defined in CIBSE Guide B5 (reverberation time 0.7s at 1kHz) and a room size equivalent to 8
air changes per hour (ac/h). Care needs to be taken when selecting air curtains for an installation as noise levels can be several dB
higher if the mounting height is reduced, if the room is more ‘live’ (i.e. hard surfaces, no furnishings or absorbent materials), if the room
is smaller than 8 ac/h equivalent or a combination of these factors. Noise levels will also increase if more than one air curtain is
installed at the same doorway (e.g. +3dB(A) for 2 equal point sources: direct field).
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Starting the Heat Pump System
Carry out a final inspection to ensure that all wiring is in accordance with Wiring
Diagram 1 on Page 16 or wiring Diagram 2 on Page 17 and that all connections have
been properly made. Ensure that the refrigerant system is complete, there are no leaks
and there is sufficient charge of refrigerant R410A. Switch on electrical power to the
Mitsubishi Electric outdoor unit and the local electrical supply to the air curtain.
WARNING! The Interface PCB inside the air curtain will have 230 volts on it and there
will be 400V on some air curtain terminals if the defrost cycle auxiliary heater is
enabled.
The system will ‘boot-up’ and when the screen on the PAR-W21MAA or PAR-30MAA
Remote Controller becomes active it will repeat the message “PLEASE WAIT”. After
several minutes when the PLEASE WAIT message has stopped the system is ready to
start.
DANGER: Beware of Fans Starting!
Turn the air curtain on using the ON/OFF Button on the Remote Controller and the air
curtain fans will start straight away.
If a door switch has been installed to change fan speeds from High (door open) to Low
(door closed) check this operates correctly.
If the remote 3-Speed fan switch has been installed check that the fans run at HIGH
speed, MEDIUM speed and LOW speed by operating the slider switch.
If there is no door switch or remote 3-Speed fan switch a wire link will have been fitted
to the fan speed terminals on the air curtain. Set the wire link to one of the three fan
speeds (LOW, MED or HIGH) appropriate to the site conditions (see Page 18 and 22).
Check there is no mechanical noise coming from the fans at any of the fan speeds and
that all fans are working.
If the Air Curtain is set-up for :-
Weather Compensation Control (HEATING ECO mode)
or
Discharge Air Temperature Control (HEATING mode)
(this is how the air curtain is supplied)
with a PAR-W21MAA Remote Controller :Switch the Mode Button on the PAR-W21MAA to ‘HEATING’ mode (Discharge Air
Temperature Control) and adjust the target temperature to 40°C using the ▲TEMP
Button. Check that the air stream from the discharge grille warms up across the whole
length of the air curtain after approximately 15 minutes of operation and that the air
stream reaches right down across the doorway with the door open or closed.
NB. Cooling is not possible with Weather Compensation Control (HEATING ECO
mode) or with Discharge Air Temperature Control (HEATING mode).
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For the Air Curtain to be used for Weather Compensation Control (HEATING ECO
mode) with a PAR-W21MAA Remote Controller, the Heating Curve and Function
Limits must now be set-up as follows :Refer to PAR-W21MAA diagram, Figure 3, and typical heating curve in Figure 4 and
set up the Heating Curve:
Air Curtain
Discharge Air Temperature
(during heating curve set-up)
Outdoor Air Temperature
(during heating curve set-up)
F
40°C
I
15°C
A
E
G
Figure 3
C
D
J
NB. Read ‘Water Temperature’ on the screen as meaning ‘Air
Curtain Discharge Air temperature’ for this application
1. Press button I to switch air curtain ON
2. Press button E to get ‘HEATING ECO’ mode
3. Press button J for 3 seconds, screen then says ‘LOADING’ for 30 secs
4. When ‘WATER TEMP HEATING’ is displayed on the screen press the E
button to go to screen ‘WATER TEMP HEATING ECO
no 1’
5. Use the F ▼ or ▲ buttons to set the flashing Outdoor Air Temperature ‘Graph
Point 1’ set this to 0°C
6. Press button D to make the Discharge Air Temperature flash at left of screen
7. Use the F ▼ or ▲ buttons to set the flashing Discharge Air temperature
‘Graph Point 2’ set this to 40°C
8. Press button E to go to screen ‘WATER TEMP HEATING ECO
no 2’
9. Use the F ▼ or ▲ buttons to set the flashing Outdoor Air temperature “Graph
Point 3” set this to 15°C
10. Press button D to make the Discharge Air Temperature flash at left of screen
11. Use the F ▼ or ▲ buttons to set the flashing Discharge Air Temperature
“Graph Point 4” set this to 20°C
12. Press button A and screen then says ‘SETTING’ for 25s as the heating curve
program is written to the Interface PCB in the Air Curtain
13. Press button I to return to the ‘HEATING ECO’ screen
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40
2
Heated Air Curtain
Figure 4
Weather Compensation Control
(HEATING ECO mode)
typical heating curve
Air Curtain
30
Discharge Air
Target Temp. (°C)
20
Ambient Air Curtain
4
1
-5
0
3
5
10
15
20
Outdoor Air Temperature (°C)
In case of difficulty refer to the Mitsubishi Electric instruction booklet that comes with the PAR-W21MAA
Remote Controller, Section 7 – Initial Setting, Page 22.
Check the operation of the air curtain in Weather Compensation Control (HEATING
ECO mode). The smaller number in the middle of the screen shows the actual
discharge air temperature and the larger number at the left of the screen indicates the
discharge air ‘target temperature’ as calculated against the outdoor air temperature by
the heating curve above (see User Instructions, Page 31).
Now set the Function Limit in the PAR-W21MAA Remote Controller to skip the Hot
Water mode and Anti-freeze mode (refer to Figure 3):
1. Press button I to switch air curtain OFF
2. Hold down button E and button D together for 2 seconds, screen will say
‘CHANGE LANGUAGE’
3. Press button E , screen will say ‘FUNCTION SELECTION’
4. Press button G , screen will say ‘LOCKING FUNCTION’
5. Press button G again, screen will say ‘SELECT HEATING’
6. Press button D , screen will say ‘SELECT HEATING ECO’
7. Press button D again, screen will say ‘SELECT HOT WATER’
8. Press button J to change on to oFF on the screen
9. Press button D , screen will say ‘SELECT ANTI-FREEZE’
10. Press button J to change on to oFF on the screen
11. Press button E , screen will say ‘MODE SELECTION’ – flashing!
12. Hold down button E and button D together for 2 seconds and this
instruction is written to the PAR-W21MAA Remote Controller
NB. It is also possible to skip HEATING mode (Discharge Air Temperature Control)
using the above key strokes so only the more energy efficient Weather
Compensation Control (HEATING ECO mode) can be selected.
In case of difficulty refer to the Mitsubishi Electric instruction booklet that comes with the PAR-W21MAA
Remote Controller, Section 6 – Operation mode skip setting, Page 19 & 20.
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If the Air Curtain is set-up for :-
Inlet Air Temperature Control
or
Room Air Temperature Control
(air curtain has been modified during commissioning)
with a PAR-30MAA Remote Controller, BMS or Centralised Controller :Switch the Mode Button on the PAR-30MAA Remote Controller to ‘HEAT’ and adjust
the target temperature to 28°C maximum setting using the + Temp. Button. Check
that the air stream from the discharge grille warms up across the whole length of the
air curtain after approximately 15 minutes of operation and that the air stream reaches
right down across the doorway with the door open or closed.
If the end user is to operate the air curtain with a Remote Controller it can be set-up to
monitor room air temperature at the controller instead of return air temperature at the
air inlet of the air curtain. If this is required see the Mitsubishi Electric remote controller
instructions for details.
If it is intended that the air curtain is to ever operate in cooling mode* switch the Mode
Button on the PAR-30MAA remote controller to ‘COOL’ and adjust the target
temperature to 14°C minimum setting using the - Temp. Button. Wait for the air
curtain air stream to go cold. Check there is no debris in the outlet spout, there are no
kinks in condensate hoses and the condensate pump (if used) will operate. It is
unlikely that condensate will fill the drain tray straight away so it will be necessary to fill
the tray manually with water to see if the condensate removal system is working
satisfactorily. If an alarm sensor is fitted in the drain tray, check it operates to stop the
air curtain cooling if the drain tray becomes too full. Test the air curtain for a time in
cooling mode with all the panels and grilles fitted and if environmental conditions
permit check that condensate is being collected and pumped away by the condensate
pump. No condensate should leak out of the air curtain. At the end of the cooling test
remove the inlet grilles and the bottom access panel and check that the inside of the
air curtain has remained dry and that all condensate was collected by the removal
system.
* For the air curtain to operate in cooling mode the plug must be removed from CNX5 on the PAC-IF010
Interface PCB (see Wiring Diagrams 1 & 2 on Pages 16 and 17). There must also be a condensate
disposal system fitted.
To conserve energy and carbon resources it is recommended to set up the PAR30MAA Remote Controller, BMS System or Centralised Controller so it operates in
HEAT Mode at a target temperature of 24°C. This is the normal mode of operation for
the heat pump air curtain and it should run in this set-up with no further adjustments,
automatically heating as required. If the target temperature is reached the air curtain
fans will still operate but the air stream is then not heated (ambient air curtain).
If the end user is to operate the air curtain with a PAR-30MAA Remote Controller, set
up the No.1 locking function on the controller so they can only switch the air curtain
ON or OFF, with no control of mode or target temperatures. See user instructions for
the Mitsubishi Electric PAR-30MAA Remote Controller.
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If the air curtain is to be operated from a BMS System or Centralised Controller this
should be configured so that the air curtain can only operate in HEAT or FAN mode if it
is not fitted with a condensate disposal system. The air curtain should only be
configured to operate in COOL mode if it is fitted with a condensate disposal system.
Switch off the electrical power to the Air Curtain and the Mitsubishi Electric Outdoor
Unit. Carefully slide the Interface PCB back into place and re-plug the Filter Indication
connection into CN105 if removed earlier. Ensure cables are not trapped inside and refit
the retaining screw.
Filter Dirty Indicator
The air curtain is fitted with a Filter Dirty Indicator. It is located at
the left-hand end of the outlet grille and signals when the air
curtain inlet grille/filters should be vacuum cleaned or the air
curtain requires servicing.
NB.The filter dirty interval feature on the Mitsubishi Electric remote
controller is not available.
The indicator states are outlined below:
Indicator State
Indicator Light
Action Required
Reset Button
GREEN FLASH
RED ON
RED FLASH
On 0.5s; Off 3s
On permanently
On 0.5s; Off 0.5s
None
Vacuum inlet
Service filters
N/A
Quick reset
Press for 5s
START
240 hrs
RED ON: Quick reset
240 hrs
960 hrs
MT2
Fan operating hours
The filter indicator schedule is based on fan operating hours. For the default schedule,
shown schematically below, the inlet grilles should be vacuum cleaned every 240hrs of
fan operation (3 to 4 weeks depending on use) and a full service should take place
every 960hrs of fan operation (4 to 6 months depending on use).
RED ON: Quick reset
240 hrs
RED ON: Quick reset
240 hrs
RED FLASH: Hold 5s to reset
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The factory set default schedule is suitable for most applications. However, the actual
frequency of cleaning required will depend on the environment. Two alternative filter
indicator schedules are available, and can be selected by changing the ‘jumper’ position
(marked 1, 2 or 3) on the Filter Indicator PCB.
Filter Indicator Schedule
Half
Period
Default
Period
Double
Period
   
   
   
1 23
1 23
1 23
Inlet grille vacuum interval
120 hrs
240 hrs
480 hrs
Filter service interval
480 hrs
960 hrs
1920 hrs
Jumper position
To access the Filter Indicator PCB to change jumper position:Switch off the electrical power to the Air Curtain. Remove the
plastic end caps, inlet grilles and bottom access panel, see
‘To gain access inside the Air Curtain’, Page 13.
Fixing
screws
Unfasten the two screws as shown in the picture at the left
hand end of the discharge grille.
Gently lower the left-hand end of the discharge grille,
supporting it from below. The Filter Indicator PCB is now
accessible to change the jumper position.
Jumper
Once the filter indicator PCB ‘jumper’ has been re-positioned,
push the discharge grille back up into place and re-fasten the
screws. Replace bottom access panel, inlet grilles and plastic
end caps in reverse order.
Final Check of the Unit
Replace the bottom access panel, air inlet grilles (with filters) and plastic end caps (see
‘To gain access inside the Air Curtain’, Page 13).
Power-up both the Outdoor Unit and the Air Curtain and re-check the operation of the
unit.
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Hand-over to End-User
Before leaving site it is important that there is a 'Hand-Over Meeting' to hand-over the
heat pump system and air curtain installation to the end user or their representative.
This should include a full and clear explanation of how the system operates and a
demonstration showing the air curtain running. Be sure to explain the Filter Indicator
Schedule, that the air inlet grilles and air filters must be regularly vacuum cleaned and
the unit serviced at regular intervals. See “Servicing the Air Curtain”, Page 33.
If the air curtain is to be operated with Weather Compensation Control (HEATING
ECO mode) or Discharge Air Temperature Control (HEATING mode) using a PARW21MAA remote controller:Make sure the end user understands how to select HEATING ECO mode and
HEATING mode and how the system will operate in each mode. Show the end user
that by selecting HEATING mode with the lowest target temperature (20°C) the air
curtain can operate in FAN only (Ambient) mode. Leave the system set to HEATING
ECO to promote energy saving and lock all buttons on the PAR-W21MAA remote
controller except the ON/OFF button before leaving site (Locking Function No.1).
If the air curtain is to be operated with Inlet Air Temperature Control or Room Air
Temperature Control using a PAR-30MAA remote controller:Make sure the end user understands how the heat pump system works. That the air
curtain operates in FAN (Ambient) mode or in HEAT mode with a fixed target
temperature of, say, 24°C. If a condensate drain system has been installed and it is
intended that the unit is to operate in cooling mode, show the end user how the COOL
mode operates. Leave the system set to HEAT and lock all buttons on the PAR30MAA remote controller except the ON/OFF button before leaving site (Locking
Function No.1).
Explain how the fan speeds operate if there is a door operated fan speed switch, remote
3-speed fan switch or if the fan speed has been fixed.
If the air curtain is to be operated under the control of a BMS System or Centralised
Controller, explain all the settings and demonstrate the operation of the system. That
the air curtain should be operated in FAN (Ambient) mode or in HEAT mode with a fixed
target temperature of, say, 24°C. It is vital they understand that the air curtain must not
be run in COOL mode if a condensate drain system has not been installed.
If a condensate pump and drain system has been fitted and the air curtain is to be
operated in COOL mode explain that the target temperature should be adjusted to a
comfortable level of cooling, not necessarily to the lowest target temperature possible
as this uses a lot more energy and increases the carbon footprint.
Explain to the end user that the doorway should be closed whenever possible but
that during times of high pedestrian use it will become effectively ‘open doorway’.
The air curtain serves an essential purpose by saving energy and providing
comfort to the occupants when compared to an open doorway with no air curtain
fitted.
Ensure that all instructions and manuals are handed to the end user or their
representative.
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USER INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE AIR CURTAIN
For Weather Compensation Control (HEATING ECO mode)
or
Discharge Air Temperature Control (HEATING mode)
To Switch On and Off:
Turn the air curtain ON by pressing the ON/OFF Button on the PAR-W21MAA Remote
Controller and the air curtain fans will start within a few seconds. If a 3-Speed Fan
Switch is fitted adjust the fan speed to suit using the slider switch. As set up by the
Commissioning Technician the air curtain will operate in HEATING ECO mode which is
the energy saving Weather Compensation Control mode - all other buttons on the
Remote Controller are locked out.
Target Temp calculated from heating
curve – for HEATING ECO Mode
(Weather Compensation Control)
or
Target Temp – for HEATING Mode
(Discharge Air Temp Control)
Air Curtain
Discharge
Air Temperature
35°C
C
30°
3-Speed Fan Switch (if fitted)
HIGH, MEDIUM, LOW
PAR-W21MAA
Remote Controller
Turn the air curtain OFF by pressing the ON/OFF Button on the PAR-W21MAA Remote
Controller and the air curtain fans will stop within a few seconds. Do not turn off if
DEFROST shows on the screen, wait until 3 minutes after defrost has finished.
If the PAR-W21MAA Remote Controller is not locked the following functions
operate:- (hinge down front flap on remote controller)
HEATING ECO Mode (Weather Compensation Control):
Press the ‘BACK’ Button on the Remote Controller until HEATING ECO appears on the
display. This is the energy saving Weather Compensation Control mode where the
temperature of the discharge air coming from the air curtain automatically adjusts as the
outdoor air temperature changes.
HEATING Mode (Discharge Air Temperature Control) if enabled:
Press the ‘BACK’ Button on the Remote Controller until HEATING appears on the
display. Adjust the Target Temperature using the ▲ or ▼ TEMP. Buttons between 20°C
and 40°C (maximum recommended). This is the Discharge Air Temperature Control
mode of operation for the heat pump air curtain. Allow time for the air stream to heat up.
FAN only (ambient air curtain) – If using HEATING ECO mode the air curtain will
automatically change to FAN only (airstream not heated) if the outdoor air temperature
is above 15°C. If using HEATING Mode select the lowest possible target temperature of
20°C.
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USER INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE AIR CURTAIN
For Inlet Air Temperature Control
or
Room Air Temperature Control
To Switch On and Off:
Turn the air curtain ON by pressing the ON/OFF Button on the PAR-30MAA Remote
Controller and the air curtain fans will start within a few seconds. If a 3-Speed Fan
Switch is fitted adjust the fan speed to suit using the slider switch. As set up by the
Commissioning Technician the air curtain will operate in Heat mode, automatically
heating as required, with a target temperature of 24°C - all other buttons on the Remote
Controller are locked out.
Inlet Air Temp. or
Room Air Temp.
Target
Temperature
Fan Speed from
Remote Controller
(NOT AVAILABLE)
C
20°
26°C
3-Speed Fan Switch (if fitted)
HIGH, MEDIUM, LOW
Mode
+
Temp.
Fan
ON/OFF Button
PAR-30MAA
Remote Controller
Turn the air curtain OFF by pressing the ON/OFF Button on the PAR-30MAA Remote
Controller and the air curtain fans will stop within a few seconds. Do not turn off if
DEFROST shows on the screen, wait until 3 minutes after defrost has finished.
If the PAR-30MAA Remote Controller is not locked the following functions operate:-
HEAT Mode:
Press the Mode Button on the Remote Controller until Heat appears on the display.
Adjust the target temperature using the - or + Temp. buttons between 22°C and 28°C
maximum. This is the normal mode of operation for the heat pump air curtain and it
should run in this set-up with no further adjustments, automatically heating as required.
Allow time for the air stream to heat up.
FAN Mode (Fan only - no heating or cooling):
Press the Mode Button on the Remote Controller until Fan appears on the display.
COOL Mode: (only use if a condensate pump and drain system is fitted)
Press the Mode Button on the Remote Controller until Cool appears on the display.
Adjust the target temperature using the - or + Temp. buttons between 24°C and 19°C
(minimum recommended). Allow time for the air stream to cool. Do not necessarily use
the lowest target temperature possible as this uses more energy and carbon resources.
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SERVICING THE AIR CURTAIN
Vacuum Clean the Air Inlet Grilles / Filters
(Fortnightly, or when the Filter Dirty Indicator shows PERMANENT RED)
With the air curtain switched OFF, a vacuum cleaner with an
extension tube and brush attachment at its end should be used
to clean the face of the air inlet grilles. This is important to
minimise the build-up of dust and lint on the air filters inside the
inlet grilles which will affect the performance of the air curtain.
This is a simple service task that can be carried out by the
Cleaner or Janitor on a weekly basis from floor level without
having to access the air curtain at high level. This should be
done weekly as a regular service task and/or when the Filter
Dirty Indicator shows permanent red.
ONLY if the Filter Dirty Indicator shows PERMANENT RED
Reset the Filter Dirty Indicator after cleaning by a quick
press of the Reset Button.
NB.The filter dirty interval feature on the Mitsubishi Electric
remote controller is not available.
Servicing the Air Curtain
(suggest every 6 Months, or if the Filter Dirty Indicator shows FLASHING RED)
Before servicing, maintaining or repairing the Air Curtain always isolate the local
electrical supply to the Air Curtain and the electrical supply to the Mitsubishi
Electric Outdoor Unit.
Note: All servicing, maintenance and repairs to the air curtain must be carried out by an
approved Service Agent. Keep any loose fixings for re-assembly.
Remove the plastic end caps at each end of the unit by pulling off to
the side as shown in the picture.
Remove each air inlet grille with its air filter by unfastening the
quarter-turn Philips Head fastener at the bottom corner of the
grille. Use a Philips No.1 screwdriver to access the screw via
the elongated hole at the bottom corner of each grille and turn
anti-clockwise to remove (see picture).
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Remove the air filters from the air inlet grilles by gently prizing
them free as shown. Gently vacuum clean and refit the filters
into the curved air inlet grilles. The filters are durable but may
need to be replaced after a number of service intervals.
To remove the bottom access panel unfasten the access panel
securing screws, one at each end, plus two in the centre
(HP1500 DXE and HP2000 DXE units) and slide the panel out
forwards (see picture).
screw
access panel
Vacuum clean and remove any build-up of dust, dirt and debris within the air-curtain,
especially on the fans.
Note: Fan motors are permanently lubricated and require no additional lubrication.
If the Air Curtain has been used in Cooling:Remove two screws from each end of the air curtain that
attach the air discharge grille assembly to the unit. Remove
the discharge grille assembly from the unit.
On the HP1500DXE and HP2000DXE air curtains
there is an additional screw at the middle of the grille
that also needs to be removed.
Remove condensate hose from the drain tray outlet pipe,
see picture.
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Using a 10mm spanner loosen the two bolts, one at
each end of the air discharge opening, by 2 turns. Do
not remove these two bolts completely.
Remove the row of fixing screws along the whole
length of the drain tray (see picture).
The drain tray now hinges down along its front edge
and the inside surface of the tray can be cleaned.
Remove all debris and deposits from the coil face,
drain tray, outlet pipe, condensate hoses and the
condensate disposal system.
Check there are no kinks in condensate hoses. If the condensate pump is a peristaltic
type change the rubber pump head tube. Refit drain tray opposite to removal
Once the air curtain has been cleaned, visually inspect the air curtain components.
Ensure pipe temperature sensors are located in their pockets and any foam insulation
covering these pockets is un-damaged. Check that the thermal overheat cut-out switch
(two on a HP2000DXE unit) has not tripped (see Section – Commissioning, Page 20).
Check all electrical connections and terminals within the unit are tight and that crimp
connections have not become loose.
Refit the bottom access panel and air inlet grilles with filters. Switch on the electrical
supplies and fully function test the air curtain to ensure correct operation (see Section –
Commissioning, Page 20).
Reset the Filter Dirty Indicator after the service by
pressing the Reset Button for at least 5 seconds (even if
the indicator has not gone flashing red) and hand back the
unit to the end user.
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Fault Finding
If the Thermoscreens Heat Pump Air Curtain System does not operate as expected refer
to the fault finding table below:
Symptom
Possible Cause
Action Required
Switch on power to Mitsubishi
Electric Outdoor Unit and wait
for system to boot-up
Switch on air curtain using the
PAR-W21 or PAR-30 Remote
Air curtain is not switched On
Controller, BMS System or
Centralised Controller
Air Curtain fans are not wired to
Wire in the wire link or a 3operate, no wire link on fan terminals in Speed Fan Switch – see
air curtain or a 3-Speed Fan Switch
Wiring Diagrams
Problem with air curtain fan motor(s),
Use wiring diagram to
internal wiring, controls or fan speed
investigate possible cause of
door switch if fitted
fault
Air curtain has been running for less
Give system sufficient time to
than 15 minutes and is still warming up
reach operating condition
or cooling down
Weather Compensation Control:
This is normal and shows that
Outdoor air temperature is not cold
air curtain is saving energy by
enough for discharge air to be heated
working in Fan only mode
Discharge Air temp Control, or Inlet Air Adjust the target temperature
Control or Room Air Control: Target
on the Remote Controller,
temperature is set incorrectly, i.e. too
BMS System or Centralised
low for heating or too high for cooling
Controller
Select the correct mode for the
The operating mode is set incorrectly,
conditions on the Remote
i.e. set on COOL when heating is
Controller, BMS System or
required, or vice versa
Centralised Controller
Rectify condensate alarm
Air curtain will not COOL, if installation circuit which must be open
allows (must have condensate disposal circuit for air curtain to operate
system fitted)
in cooling. Also check plug is
removed from CNX5 on PCB
Service air curtain as
Air Curtain filters and/or coil is dirty.
described in Section –
Servicing, Pages 33 to 35
Inspect air curtain condensate
Error Code indicating condensate alarm
tray and condensate pump,
from condensate pump alarm system
service or repair if necessary
Refer to Mitsubishi Electric
A variety of error codes can occur
Service Manual to understand
because of a fault within the air curtain fault, then inspect and repair
air curtain if there is a fault
Electrical power is not switched on at
the Mitsubishi Electric Outdoor Unit
Air curtain
fans do not
operate
Air curtain
discharge air
stream is not
heating or
cooling when
required
Mitsubishi
Electric
system is
indicating an
error code
If the Heat Pump Air Curtain system is still not operating correctly call for a Mitsubishi
Electric Service Agent.
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Warranty
If any problems are encountered with the heat pump warm air curtain please contact
your Mitsubishi Electric Service Agent.
Care has been taken in compiling these instructions to ensure they are correct, although
Thermoscreens Ltd. disclaims all liability for damage resulting from any inaccuracies
and/or deficiencies in this documentation. Thermoscreens Ltd. retain the right to change
the specifications stated in these instructions.
Thermoscreens Ltd
St. Mary’s Road Nuneaton
Warwickshire England
CV11 5AU
Email: sales@thermoscreens.com
Tel: + 44 (0) 24 7638 4646
Fax: + 44 (0) 24 7638 8578
www.thermoscreens.com
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Thermoscreens Ltd
St. Mary’s Road
Nuneaton
Warwickshire
CV11 5AU
United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 (0)24 7638 4646
Fax: +44 (0)24 7638 8578
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
as defined by the EC Council Directive on Machinery 2006/42/EC, the Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC,
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2004/108/EC, the Pressure Equipment Directive 97/23/EC,
the Energy related Products Directive 2009/125/EC
Herewith we declare that the air movement equipment designated below, on the basis of its design and
construction in the form brought onto the market by us in accordance with the relevant safety, health and
performance requirements of the Machinery.
If alterations are made to the machinery without prior consultations with us, this declaration becomes invalid.
Designation of Equipment :
THERMOSCREENS HEAT PUMP AIR CURTAINS used with a
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MR SLIM HEAT PUMP SYSTEM
Series Type :
HP1000 DXE; HP1000R DXE; HP1500 DXE; HP1500R DXE; HP2000 DXE,
HP2000R DXE
Relevant EC Council
Directives :
the Machinery Directive (2006/42/EC)
the Low Voltage Directive (2006/95/EC)
the Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (2004/108/EC)
the Pressure Equipment Directive (97/23/EC)
the Energy related Products Directive (2009/125/EC)
Applied Harmonised
Standards :
Machinery - EN ISO 14121-1:2007, EN 294:1992, EN 414:2000
LVD - EN 60335-1:2002, +A14 incorporating A1, A2, A11,
A12 & A13, EN 60335-2-30:2009, EN 60335-2-40:2003
EMC - EN 61000-6-1:2007, EN 61000-6-3:2007,
EN 61000-3-2:2006 + A2:2009, EN 61000-3-3:2008
PED - EN 13133:2000, EN 13134:2000
ErP - ISO 5801:2007, ISO 12759:2010
Basis of Self Attestation :
Quality Assurance to BS EN ISO 9001 : 2008
B.S.I. Registered Firm Certificate Number FM 85224
SGS Test Report DUR 43908/2/R/RG/05; GL Test Report TR/09/149;
Wemtech Test Report 6620
Responsible Person :
Mr. P.Casey, Site Managing Director, Thermoscreens Ltd.
Date :
1st January 2013
Signed :
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