USER INSTRUCTIONS
AIR TO WATER SPLIT HEAT PUMP
GREENSOURCE HYDROLIGHT AND HYDROCOMFORT
OUTDOOR UNIT 7.5, 10, 11 AND 12, 1 PHASE AND 3 PHASE MODELS
HYDROLIGHT 8 AND 16 1 PHASE
HYDROCOMFORT 8 AND 16 1 PHASE AND 3 PHASE
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
12.1
12.2
12.3
12.4
12.5
12.6
12.7
12.8
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Key to symbols and safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
1.1
Key to symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
1.2
Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
2
The Benchmark scheme . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
3
Air source Heat pump operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
3.1
Selection and sizing of a heat pump . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
4
Heat emitters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
5
Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
5.1
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
6
Component parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
7
Control panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
7.1
Additional electric heat gives more output . . . . . . . . . . . 4
7.2
Hot water is given priority over heating water . . . . . . . . . 5
7.3
Automatic defrosting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
7.4
The control unit’s control method for heating . . . . . . . . . 5
7.5
control Panel function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
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Control panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
8.1
Control panel parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
8.2
Control panel function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
8.3
Menu tabs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Menu
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
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Temperatures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Blocking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Set the heating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Extra hot water . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Remove dirt and leaves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Protective covers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Evaporator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Snow and ice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Moisture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Leakage tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Checking the safety valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
13 Error management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
13.1 Alarm log and Info log . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
13.2 Example of an alarm: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
13.3 blank menu display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
13.4 All alarms, warnings and information windows . . . . . . . 13
13.5 Alarm window . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
13.6 Warning message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
13.7 Information window . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
13.8 Info symbol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
14 Factory settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
14.1 Factory settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
15 The guarantee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
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KEY TO SYMBOLS AND SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
1.1
KEY TO SYMBOLS
WARNINGS
Warnings in this document are framed and identified by
a warning triangle which is printed on a grey
background.
Keywords indicate the seriousness of the hazard in terms of the
consequences of not following the safety instructions.
• NOTICE indicates that material damage may occur.
• CAUTION indicates that minor to medium injury may occur.
• WARNING indicates that serious injury may occur.
• DANGER indicates possible risk to life.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
10 Advanced menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
10.1 Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
10.2 Heating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
10.3 Hot water . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
10.4 Timers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
10.5 Setting the clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
10.6 Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
10.7 Access level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
10.8 Return to factory settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
10.9 Deactivate alarm buzzer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
10.10 Program version . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Important information in cases where there is no risk of
personal injury or material losses is identified by the
symbol shown on the left. It is bordered by horizontal
lines above and below the text.
ADDITIONAL SYMBOLS
Symbol
▶

•
11 LCD room controller (ACCESSORY) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
–
Meaning
a step in an action sequence
a reference to a related part in the document or to other
related documents
a list entry
a list entry (second level)
Table 1
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THE BENCHMARK SCHEME
1.2
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
GENERAL
▶ Read the user manual carefully and keep it safe for future use.
INSTALLATION AND COMMISSIONING
▶ The product must only be installed and commissioned by competent
persons.
RISK OF DAMAGE DUE TO OPERATOR ERROR
Operator errors can result in injury and damage to property.
▶ Ensure that children never operate this appliance unsupervised or
play with it.
▶ Ensure that only personnel who can operate this appliance correctly
have access to it.
3.1
SELECTION AND SIZING OF A HEAT PUMP
It is essential that heat pump systems are designed to operate efficiently
in order to meet the building heating needs and the expectations of the
customer. In order to achieve this, the following design activities must
be completed prior to installation:• Pre-design assessment - Determine the suitability of a heat pump
system for the building based on the customer requirements,
expectations and building type.
• Detailed design - Complete building heat loss calculations and
domestic hot water usage assessment.
• Specification - Select a suitable heat pump and system components
based on the detailed design. Calculate and communicate the
predicted energy use and running costs of the system to the
customer.
▶ Only competent personnel may carry out repairs. Incorrect repairs
can lead to serious risks to the user, and a reduction in savings.
▶ Only use original Bosch spare parts.
▶ Service and maintenance must be carried out annually by an
competent person.
A suitable design methodology for the above is detailed in MIS3005, the
Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) heat pump installer
standard. Worcester, Bosch Group recommended that this standard is
followed for heat pump systems. The standard covers the design,
installation and commissioning requirements to ensure that 100% of the
building heat loss can be met efficiently by the heat pump system. A heat
pump system must be designed to this standard to be eligible for
government financial incentives e.g Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI).
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The Worcester Bosch Group design team offer a heat pump sizing
service which is MCS compliant. To request this service, download and
submit the form using the guidance notes from our website address:
SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
THE BENCHMARK SCHEME
Worcester, Bosch Group is a licensed member of the Benchmark
Scheme which aims to improve the standards of installation and
commissioning of domestic heating and hot water systems in the UK and
to encourage regular servicing to optimise safety, efficiency,
performance and to comply with the F gas regulations.
Please ensure that the installer has fully completed the Benchmark
Checklist on the inside back pages of the installation instructions
supplied with the product and that you have signed it to say that you
have received a full and clear explanation of its operation. The installer is
legally required to complete a commissioning checklist as a means of
complying with the appropriate Building Regulations (England and
Wales).
All installations should be made in accordance with MCS/MIS 3005.
This product should be serviced regularly to optimise its safety,
efficiency and performance. The service engineer should complete the
relevant Service Record on the Benchmark Checklist after each service.
The Benchmark Checklist may be required in the event of any warranty
work and as supporting documentation relating to home improvements
in the optional documents section of the Home Information Pack.
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AIR SOURCE HEAT PUMP OPERATION
As the outside temperature gets colder, the heat demand of a house
increases and the output of an air source heat pump will decrease.
Eventually it becomes so cold outside that the output of the heat pump
alone is not able to heat the building effectively. The Greensource Split
range of air source heat pumps therefore allow for either monoenergetic
(with Hydrocomfort module) or bivalent (with Hydrolight module)
operation.
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HEAT EMITTERS
Worcester, Bosch Group heat pumps are fitted with weather
compensation controls as standard. However, for a heat pump to
perform to its highest energy efficiency, the central heating emitter
circuit should be designed so that the flow temperature is as low as
possible.
As a guide, the system should be designed using the following maximum
flow temperatures;
• Underfloor heating: 35-40 °C
• Radiators: 45-50 °C
If underfloor heating has been installed, it is important to remember that
the underfloor system designer should have been informed that the heat
source will be from an air source heat pump. It is also important to
remember that radiators should have been correctly sized to work
effectively with lower flow temperatures.
A tool to aid installers and end users to understand the relevance of
building heat loss and heat emitter selection on heat pump performance,
has been created by the joint trade associations. The 'Heat Emitter
Guide' can be downloaded from the following website:
www.microgenerationcertification.org
Monoenergetic means that in the event of very low external
temperatures a 3-stage electrical heater in the indoor unit will
automatically be activated to provide additional heat and keep the
building warm.
In bivalent operation a second heating appliance (e.g. gas or oil boiler) is
used to supplement the heat load.
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USE
5.1
GENERAL
The heating unit is controlled by a control panel called a Rego 800, which
is in the Hydrolight/Hydrocomfort unit. The control panel controls and
monitors the system using different settings for heating, hot water and
other operations. The settings are made by the installer and the user via
a control panel.
Cooling is not a working function in this unit and all
settings are not to be altered concerning cooling.
Once the heat pump has been installed and started, there are a number
of points that should be checked regularly. This may concern an alarm
triggering or performing basic maintenance actions. In the first instance
the user should try to rectify this and this manual helps to describe each
step. If the problem is repeated, you should contact your installer.
Worcester Greensource split air to water heat pumps work on the
principle that they retrieve energy from the outside air in order to
provide water-based heating and domestic hot water.
If a solar pump station and panels are installed these are
controlled by its own system and not by the heat pumps
control panel. For installation and settings refer to the
installation instructions of the solar pump station and its
control.
The heat pump can be connected to one of two options either a
Hydrolight or Hydrocomfort indoor unit. The Hydrolight is able to be
connected to any existing electric/oil/gas fired boiler, which provides a
complete heating unit. The Hydrocomfort unit has an additional heater if
the heat pump cannot manage all heating itself, e.g. if the outdoor
temperature is too low.
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COMPONENT PARTS
The heating installation consists of two parts; the heat pump is installed
outdoors and the Hydrolight/Hydrocomfort unit is installed indoors. The
control unit is in the Hydrolight/Hydrocomfort unit.
Figure 1 describes a typical installation.
1
2
T2
θ
230/400 V.
3
G2
T3
DV
θ
HF
M
SV
230/400 V.
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Fig. 1
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[T2]
[T3]
[G2]
[HF]
[DV]
[SV]
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Example of outdoor unit ODU, Hydrolight/Hydrocomfort unit, DHW cylinder and underfloor heating system
Outdoor unit ODU
Hydrolight/Hydrocomfort unit
Heat pump domestic hot water cylinder
Buffer tank
Outdoor temperature sensor
DHW cylinder temperature sensor
Heating circuit pump
System for underfloor heating
3-way valve
Safety valve
CONTROL PANEL
The control panel controls and monitors the heating and hot water
production with the heat pump and additional heat inputs either from a
boiler or the additional electric heater. The monitoring function shuts
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down the heat pump in the event of operational disturbances so as to
prevent damage to critical parts of the heat pump.
7.1
ADDITIONAL ELECTRIC HEAT GIVES MORE OUTPUT
The additional electric heater or boiler input heating is only required
when the heat pump is unable to meet higher temperature heating
requirements or when it has stopped due to an outdoor temperature that
is too low. The supplementary heat can be provided either through the
Hydrolight via the boiler input or the Hydrocomfort and the inbuilt
supplementary electric heater. Note:- that when the heat pump is
running, the additional heat source only supplies the extra heat that the
heat pump cannot produce. When the heat pump is once more able to
meet the heating demand, the additional heat is automatically switched
off.
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CONTROL PANEL
7.2
HOT WATER IS GIVEN PRIORITY OVER HEATING
WATER
8.1
CONTROL PANEL PARTS
In a house with water based heating a difference is made between
heating water and hot water. The heating water is for radiators and under
floor heating circuits and hot water is for showers and taps.
The control panel makes sure the heating of hot water is given priority
over the heating of the heating water. The hot water cylinder is fitted
with a sensor that senses the temperature of the hot water.
7.3
AUTOMATIC DEFROSTING
Ice can form on the outdoor heat pump on a component called an
evaporator at an outside temperature below +10°C. When ice forms to
an extent that it obstructs the air flow through the evaporator automatic
defrosting starts.
7.4
THE CONTROL UNIT’S CONTROL METHOD FOR
HEATING
The control panel controls heating production based on a outdoor
sensor that can be combined with room controllers (accessory). This
means that a sensor is mounted on the external wall of the house (north
facing wall). A room controller (accessory) can be placed in a central
position in the house. This is connected to the heat pump and provides
the control unit with information about the current outdoor and room
temperatures. The heat pump adapts the heating inside the house
automatically depending on the outdoor temperature.
The user determines the temperature of the heating system in relation to
the outdoor temperature, using the room controller (accessory) and the
heat curve on the control panel. The curve indicates the radiator flow
temperature for in relation to the outdoor temperature. Selecting a lower
curve gives a lower flow temperature and therefore higher energy
savings.
The room controller signal affects the heat curve’s flow temperature. For
example, it falls when the room controller shows a higher temperature
than the one set.
It is only the room where the room controller is located
that can influence regulation of the temperature.
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Defrosting is controlled by a four-way valve. The valve reverses the flow
of the refrigerant in the circuit so that the hot gas from the compressor
melts the ice on the evaporator fins. The water produced is non acidic.
Fig. 2
[1]
[2]
[3]
Overview of the user interface
ON/OFF switch
Display
Rotary selector
MENU DISPLAY
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MENU DIAL
The menu dial is used to navigate between the menu windows and to
change the values of different settings. The menu dial is also used to
confirm selections.
ON/OFF SWITCH
The on/off switch button is used to start and switch off the appliance.
8.2
CONTROL PANEL FUNCTION
The menu dial is used to navigate the menus.
7.5
CONTROL PANEL FUNCTION
When a heat pump is installed, it must be set-up for a specific operating
mode. An operating mode relates to the heat pump’s working situation
which is dependent on the prevailing conditions, for example, whether
an electric, oil-fired or gas boiler is to be connected and the type of space
heating emitters fitted.
The installer must set up the heat pump in accordance with the required
operation and respective conditions.
The heat pump stops automatically at outside
temperatures less than approx. – 15 °C. The heating and
DHW production is then provided by the additional
electr. heater or the 2nd heat appliance in the
Hydrolight/Hydrocomfort unit.
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▶ Turn the rotary selector anticlockwise to go down in the menus.
▶ Turn the menu button clockwise to go up in the menus.
▶ Once you have marked the required selection, press the rotary
selector to confirm.
At the top and bottom of each sub menu there are back arrows to take
you back to the previous menu.
▶ Press the rotary selector if the arrow is marked.
8.2.1 SYMBOL OVERVIEW
Symbols for different functions and components that are in operation
are displayed in the lower part of the menu window.
CONTROL PANEL
All settings are made in the control panel and any alarms can be viewed.
Control panel and control unit are in the Hydrolight/Hydrocomfort unit.
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MENU
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2
3
4
2
5
6
7
8
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Fig. 4
Overview of symbols
[1]
[2]
Compressor
Additional heat input (additional electric heater (Hydrocomfort)
heater or 2nd heat appliance (Hydrolight))
[3] External input
[4] DHW mode
[5] DHW peak
[6] Additional hot water
[7] Time control
[8] Heating Mode
[9] Alarm
[10] Holiday mode
[11] defrosting
[12] Info-Icon
8.3
Temperature - overview via heating settings
Blocking - blocking functions
Menu - the most popular menu items
Advanced menu - additional menu items
Heating unit users only see what is available in the customer levels.
Room temperature sensor (accessory)
Outside temperature sensor supplied
Flow temperature sensor supplied
DHW temperature sensor (accessories)
Room temperature controller is only shown if it is installed. The menu
shows the temperature in the room where the sensor is installed.
Outdoor temperature sensor shows the outdoor temperature to be
fitted on a north facing wall.
Flow temperature sensor shows the heating unit’s flow temperature,
i.e. the temperature of the heating water that is piped to the heating
system.
Hot water temperature sensor shows the temperature in the heat
pump hot water cylinder. The temperature could be approximately 5°C
lower than the temperature of the hot water inside the cylinder.
The values for V and H are also displayed in the menu
window. In the example, V is 20.0°C and H 35°C. For a
description of V and H (Chapter 10.2).
MENU TABS
The menus are divided into four different tabs for different reasons.
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•
•
•
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
9.2
BLOCKING
The following blocking options can be found in the controller:
9.2.1 BLOCK ADDITIONAL HEAT
The function is used to allow or block additional electric heater or 2nd
heat appliance. The factory setting is No.
To block the additional heat:
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MENU
The menus for heating system 2 are only shown if a 2nd
heating circuit is installed in the system. This is for a
mixed heating circuit of underfloor and radiator systems.
Wait at least twenty-four hours when increasing or
decreasing the heating before making a new adjustment
either via the heat curve on the control panel or via the
optional room controller (accessory).
▶ Select Block additional heat
▶ Select Yes.
▶ Select Save to save the change or Cancel to return without saving.
9.2.2 BLOCK DOMESTIC HOT WATER
The function is used to allow or block domestic hot water. The factory
setting is No.
To block domestic hot water:
▶ Select Block hot water.
▶ Select Yes.
▶ Select Save to save the change or Cancel to return without saving.
9.2.3 BLOCK CENTRAL HEATING
Cooling is not an option in this unit.
The function is used to allow or block central heating. The factory setting
is No.
To block the central heating:
9.1
TEMPERATURES
Under the Temperatures display, the current temperatures for the
sensors which are important for controlling the heating and the hot
water are displayed.
▶ Select Block heating.
▶ Select Yes.
▶ Select Save to save the change or Cancel to return without saving.
▶ Select menu option Temperatures.
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ADVANCED MENU
9.3
MENU
Wait at least twenty-four hours when increasing or
decreasing the heating before making a new adjustment.
The Menu shows the functions that your heating unit is set for. For
example it shows Extra hot water only if a water cylinder is connected.
9.5
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9.4
SET THE HEATING
Depending on whether the system is equipped with a room temperature
controller or not, two options for setting up the heating system are
available.
EXTRA HOT WATER
With menu point Extra hot water the DHW temperature can be raised
temporarily to 65 C°. In this case the heat pump is supported in raising
the temperature by the additional electric heater or the additional
heating appliance.
▶ Select Extra hot water in the menu.
▶ Set the number of hours that the function is to be active by twisting
the menu dial. Turn the knob clockwise to increase and anticlockwise
to reduce.
▶ Select Save to save the change or Cancel to return without saving.
ROOM TEMPERATURE CONTROLLER NOT INSTALLED:
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ADVANCED MENU
Under Advanced there are extra functions that can be used to affect the
heating unit.
10.1 OVERVIEW
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▶ Select menu option Temperature increase/decrease.
▶ Select one of the options below:
++
+
=
--
Much hotter
Hotter
Unchanged
Colder
Much colder
Advanced menu
Heating/cooling
Approx. +1 °C
Approx. +0.5 °C
Approx. -0.5 °C
Approx. -1 °C
Table 2
▶ Select Save to save the change or Cancel to return without saving.
Hot water 2)
SET HEATING WITH ROOM TEMPERATURE CONTROLLER
(ACCESSORY)
Time control hot water
Alarm
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▶ Select menu option Room temperature setting.
▶ Setting the required room temperature. Minimum = +10°C, maximum
= +35°C.
▶ Select Save to save the change or Cancel to return without saving.
room sensor settings
Time-limited settings
Heating season
Heating, maximum operating time at
hot water demand
Temperature heating system 2 1)
Extra hot water
Hot water peak
Hot water temperature
Timers
Setting the clock
Fig. 8
Heating system temperature
Display active timer (timer programs)
Set date
Set time
Alarm log
Info log
Access level
Return to factory settings
Deactivate alarm buzzer
Program version
Table 3 Extended menu
1) Only if a second system is installed
2) Only if a heat pump DHW cylinder is installed
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Fig. 9
Under Advanced you can also set how much you want the room
controller to affect the heating system ( Chapter 10.2.2).
This is carried out in the same way for mixed heating circuit.
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ADVANCED MENU
10.2 HEATING
In this chapter a more controlled way of making settings for heating is
described than under the heading Menu.
▶ Using the rotary selector, choose the value (H or V) which you want to
change.
▶ Press the rotary selector once to mark the selected value.
10.2.1 HEATING SYSTEM TEMPERATURE
Adjusted at commissioning. Not normally adjusted by
the customer.
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▶ Turn the menu dial to change the selected value.
▶ Press the rotary selector once and select Save.
T1(˚C)
80
70
60
L
50
40
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H
V
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Terminate menu point Heat curve:
▶ Turn the menu dial until the highlighted return arrow is displayed.
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20
10
20 15 10 5
0
-5 -10 -15 -20 -25 -30 -35
T2(˚C)
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Fig. 10 Heating curve
[T1] Flow temperature
[T2] Outside temperature
[1] Lowest outside temperature. At low temperatures the flow
temperature remains unchanged.
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▶ Press the rotary selector.
10.2.2 ROOM SENSOR SETTINGS (ROOM CONTROLLER)
The heat curve determines the relationship between the outdoor
temperature (T2) and the flow temperature (T1). The left value of the
heat curve (V), the right value of the heat curve (H), and the flow
temperature (T1), can be adjusted for every fifth degree between them.
On delivery of the heat pump, the curve slope is set at
V=20 and H=35.
Typical examples of V-values and H-values:
V = 22, H = 30: underfloor heating, concrete/screed slab
V = 22, H = 40: underfloor heating, wood joists
V = 20, H = 50: radiators
These values are only approximate. Your heating system
should be designed in line with current MCS guide lines,
taking into consideration a heat loss calculation of the
property and correct heater emitter sizing. The installer
should also hand over a comprehensive document pack
about your heating system for use with this heat pump as
per MCS.
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To set the required room temperature:
▶ Select menu option Room temperature setting.
▶ Setting the required room temperature. Minimum = +10°C, maximum
= +35°C.
▶ Choose Save to save changes. Or choose Cancel to ignore changes
without saving.
Room sensor influence means that the influence of the sensor on the
heating system can be adjusted.
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The slope of the heat curve and the H-value depend on the setting of the
lowest outdoor temperature (L), which is set by the installer.
A lower heat curve gives a lower flow temperature, which could result in
greater energy savings.
Adjusting the heating curve:
▶ Select menu option Heat curve Heating system temperature.
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Fig. 15
Raise or lower the change factor to set the influence of the room
temperature sensor on the heating system.
▶ Select menu option Room sensor influence.
▶ Select Change factor in the submenu.
▶ Specify the required value using the rotary selector. Minimum = 0,
maximum = 10.
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▶ Press the rotary selector once and select Save.
Blocking time means that the influence of the room controller on the
heating system is blocked for a set time for a lower heating temperature
period, to give the heat pump the opportunity to raise the room
temperature at a slower rate.
▶ Select menu option Room sensor influence.
▶ Select Blocking time in the submenu.
▶ Specify the required value using the rotary selector. Minimum = 0,
maximum = 24h.
▶ Press the rotary selector once and select Save.
10.2.3 TIME LIMITED SETTINGS
Time control heating enables you to increase or decrease the
temperature on different days of the week for customised times. This
function can for example be used to lower the temperature at night.
Timer control is not recommended in normal conditions
as it can impact on energy consumption.
It usually takes a long time for a temperature change to
take effect due to the inertia of the house.
▶ Select menu option Time control heating.
▶ Select the Day and time.
▶ Enter day and time.
▶ Select On.
▶ Select the Save.
▶ Select Change in temperature and select the required value.
Minimum = -20°C, maximum = +20°C.
▶ Select Save to save the change or Cancel to return without saving.
Reset time control:
▶ Reset the current time control as described above.
▶ Select Off.
To avoid lots of starts and stops of the heat pump when the outdoor
temperature lies close to the limit value, the activity of this function is
delayed with the adjustable value Delay.
▶ Select menu option Delay.
▶ Set the required value. Minimum = 1 hour, maximum = 24 hours.
▶ Select Save to save the change or Cancel to return without saving.
Direct start limit means that the delay is set aside and heat production
starts immediately if the temperature drops below the set value.
▶ Select menu option Direct start limit.
▶ Set the required value. Minimum = +5°C, maximum = +35°C.
▶ Select Save to save the change or Cancel to return without saving.
10.2.5 HEATING, MAXIMUM OPERATING TIME AT HOT WATER
DEMAND
This function ensures the hot water requirement during heat production.
The time is adjustable between 0 and 60 minutes.
10.2.6 TEMPERATURE HEATING SYSTEM 2
Is only displayed if a mixer module was installed.
▶ Do the same settings as for heating system 1
( chapter 10.2.1- 10.2.4).
10.3 HOT WATER
The menus for hot water settings are used to make changes to hot water
operation and are only displayed when a hot water heater is installed.
10.3.1 EXTRA HOT WATER
The function Extra hot water is used to temporarily raise the
temperature of the hot water to circa 65°C. The heat pump then has help
from the additional heater or boiler to raise the temperature.
Reset time control:
▶ Reset the current time control as described above.
▶ Select Off.
Holiday allows the possibility of decreasing (or increasing) the
temperature between two set dates.
▶ Select menu option Holiday.
▶ Select the start and end date in the format YY/MM/DD.
▶ Select the Save.
▶ Select Change in temperature and select the required value.
Minimum = -20°C, maximum = +20°C.
End function:
▶ Select the Holiday.
▶ Change the end date to one day before the start date.
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▶ Select menu option Extra hot water.
▶ Select Number of hours .
▶ Set the duration of the function by choosing the number of hours.
Minimum = 0, maximum = 48 hrs.
▶ Select Save to save the change or Cancel to return without saving.
If Save is selected the function starts immediately.
10.2.4 HEATING SEASON
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The heat pump and the additional heater produce heat only when the
outdoor temperature falls below the adjustable value Heating season
limit.
▶ Select menu option Heating season limit.
▶ Set the required value. Minimum = +10°C, maximum = +35°C.
▶ Select Save to save the change or Cancel to return without saving.
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The maximum temperature for the domestic hot water is set in the extra
DHW mode in Stop temperature.
▶ Select menu option Stop temperature.
▶ Set the required stop temperature. Minimum = 50°C,
maximum = 65°C.
▶ Select Save to save the change or Cancel to return without saving.
To see the remaining length of time of Extra hot water, go to the menu
Timers.
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10.3.2 HOT WATER PEAK DHW (ANTI LEGIONELLA)
ADDITIONAL HEAT START
Pasteurisation is set in Hot water peak. If you set the interval to 7 days,
for example then the DHW temperature is raised to approx. 65 °C every
seventh day.
Displays the countdown of the timer for delay of additional heat.
MIXING VALVE CONTROL DELAY
Displays the time that the mixing valve function is delayed after the
additional heat timer has counted down.
ALARM MODE DELAY
Displays the remaining time until the additional heat is activated when an
alarm is triggered.
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COMPRESSOR START
Displays remaining time of compressor start delay.
▶ Select menu option Hot water peak.
▶ Select Interval.
▶ Set required interval. Minimum = 0, maximum = 28 days.
▶ Select Save to save the change or Cancel to return without saving.
HEATING, OPERATING TIME AT HOT WATER DEMAND
Displays the remaining time before the maximum time in heating mode
is reached if there is a simultaneous hot water requirement.
With Start time you determine when pasteurisation should commence.
HOT WATER, OPERATING TIME AT HEATING SYSTEM DEMAND
10.3.3 HOT WATER TEMPERATURE
Displays the remaining time before the maximum time for hot water
production is reached if there is a simultaneous heating requirement.
Hot water, maximum operating time at heating demand is used for
setting the maximum operating time for DHW when heat is required.
▶ Select the Hot water temperature.
▶ Select the Hot water, maximum operating time at heating
demand.
▶ Set the duration of the function by choosing the number of hours.
Minimum = 0, maximum = 60 minutes.
▶ Select Save to save the change or Cancel to return without saving.
10.5 SETTING THE CLOCK
The heat pump has functions that are dependent on both the time and
date. Thus it is important that these are correct.
10.5.1 SET DATE
Setting the date:
▶ Select Setting the clock in the extended menu.
10.3.4 TIME CONTROL HOT WATER
Time control hot water is used to disable hot water heating completely
to save energy. This is primarily effective when peak tariffs (high price
for energy consumption) are charged, but also gives limited access to
hot water. This is done in the same way as with the other heat pump time
controls.
10.3.5 TIME CONTROL HOT WATER CIRCULATION
This function is only used when a secondary hot water
circulation pump is installed.
The time control for the DHW circulation pump is set under Advanced.
▶ Under Advanced.
▶ Select Hot water.
▶ Select Time control hot water.
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▶ Select the Set date.
▶ Set the correct date with the menu dial. Use the form Year-Month-Day
(yy/mm/dd).
▶ Select Save to save the change or Cancel to return without saving.
10.5.2 SET TIME
Set the time:
▶ Select Setting the clock in the extended menu.
A switch-on and switch-off can be set for each day of the week.
10.4 TIMERS
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The controller has several time programs. The status of the time
programs is displayed in the Timers menu. Only activated functions are
displayed in the menu. The others are hidden until activation.
EXTRA HOT WATER
Displays the remaining time for requested extra hot water.
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▶ Select the Set time.
▶ Set the correct time with the menu dial. Use the form
Hour:Minute:Second.
▶ Select Save to save the change or Cancel to return without saving.
10.6 ALARM
Any triggered alarms and warning displays are stored, together with the
time of their occurrence, in Alarm log. If an alarm symbol is shown on
the display, the alarm is still active and steps are required accordingly. (
chapter 13).
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Call up Alarm log:
▶ Select Alarm.
▶ Select Alarm log.
The info icon ( Fig. 4, [12]) is shown on the display if an event occurs
which does not require immediate inspection but is stored in Info log.
The icon is shown on the display until the text in the information report
is read.
Call up Info log:
▶ Select Alarm.
▶ Select Info log.
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Fig. 25 CAN-BUS LCD room controller
THE DISPLAY FUNCTIONS
1 2
10.7 ACCESS LEVEL
This menu is used by the installer and the service engineer. Standard is
the customer level, Level = 0.
10.8 RETURN TO FACTORY SETTINGS
12 3 4 5 6 7
3
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Fig. 26 Display
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Fig. 24
Restore factory settings:
▶ Select the Return to factory settings.
▶ Select the Yes.
▶ Select Save to save the change or Cancel to return without saving.
This does not affect the settings made in the Installer/Service level.
10.9 DEACTIVATE ALARM BUZZER
When an alarm occurs, an alarm window is displayed and a warning
signal sounds. This warning signal is turned off if the alarm is
acknowledged or returned ( Chapter 13).
Deactivate alarm buzzer:
▶ Select the Deactivate alarm buzzer.
▶ Select the Yes.
▶ Select Save to save the change or Cancel to return without saving.
10.10 PROGRAM VERSION
The program version of the control unit is displayed. It is useful to have
this information on hand when contacting the installer.
[1]
[2]
[3]
Outside temperature display
Room temperature display
Current heating circuit
The display window shows the current room temperature. When
Outdoor temperature display in room sensor (room controller) is set
to Yes the outdoor temperature is also shown, alternating with the room
temperature. This is valid for all installed room controllers.
With certain categories of alarm, the alarm is displayed on the room
temperature sensor display. In this case, the display slowly flashes red
until the alarm is confirmed or automatically reset on the heat pump
controller.
SETTING THE ROOM TEMPERATURE WHEN A ROOM CONTROLLER
HAS BEEN INSTALLED
The room temperature can easily be set using the room controller.
▶ Turn the room controller knob to set the desired room temperature for
the circuit. The previous set value is shown with blinking digits.
The display flashes the setting and stops flashing shortly after turning
the dial has stopped. The value in the control unit menu Room
temperature setting for the circuit is automatically set to the same
value.
Alternatively the desired room temperature is set via the control panel.
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LCD ROOM CONTROLLER (ACCESSORY)
The room controller has the function to provide:
▶ Change room temperature setting
▶ Shows the actual room temperature
▶ Shows the outdoor temperature (if chose in the
display)
▶ Flashes when there is an alarm in the display
▶ Go to the menu Room temperature setting for the circuit and set the
desired room temperature.
The room temperature value in the room controller for the circuit is
automatically set to the same value.
With certain categories of alarm, the alarm is displayed on the room
temperature sensor display. In this case, the display slowly flashes red
until the alarm is confirmed or automatically reset on the heat pump
controller.
The control unit supports up to two room controllers, one for each
heating circuit.
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MAINTENANCE
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MAINTENANCE
The heat pump requires a minimum of maintenance, however, some
servicing is still required to get optimal performance from your heat
pump. Check the following items a few times per year:
To prevent icing, the heat pump is equipped with automatic defrosting.
In the event of any problems, this may need adjusting. Contact your
installer.
12.5 MOISTURE
• Remove dirt and leaves from the outdoor collector using a water can
with a rose attachment
• External casing
• Evaporator
DANGER: The heat pump is connected to high currents.
▶ Turn off the power supply before rectifying.
NOTICE: Never use a pressure washer to clean the heat
pump.
NOTICE: If moisture is found underneath the Hydrolight
or Hydrocomfort unit, contact the installer.
▶ Switch off the heat pump and contact the installer if
moisture appears around the any of the heating
system components.
12.6 LEAKAGE TESTS
In accordance with current EU legislation (the F-gas regulation, EC
Regulation No 842/2006 which came into effect on 4 July 2006), a
heat pump that contains more than 3 kg of refrigerant R410A must be
checked regularly by an accredited installer.
Leak tests must be performed at installation and then repeated every 12
months.
▶ Contact your installer.
Damage to system by cleaning agents and care products!
▶ Do not use cleaning agents and care products that are
abrasive or contain acid or chlorine.
12.7 CHECKING THE SAFETY VALVES
The safety valve should be checked by a qualified
engineer - usually as part of an annual service visit.
12.1 REMOVE DIRT AND LEAVES
▶ Use a fine soft brush to remove the dirt and leaves from the heat
pump.
Never close the safety valve or obstruct it’s discharge
pipe.
12.2 PROTECTIVE COVERS
Over time dust and other dirt will collect on the heat pump.
▶ Clean the exterior, if necessary, with a damp cloth.
▶ Scratches and other damage on the casing should be touched up with
anti-rust paint.
▶ The paint can be protected with a car wax.
▶ Check that the waste water hose from the safety valve is not blocked.
12.8 FILTER
The filter is installed in the return heating pipe to the
Hydrolight/Hydrocomfort.
12.3 EVAPORATOR
The evaporator should be checked by a qualified
engineer - usually as part of an annual service visit.
If a coating (for example dust or dirt) has built up on the surface of the
evaporator (coil fins), it should be wiped off.
The filter prevents particles and dirt from entering the interior of the heat
exchanger. Over time, the filter can become blocked and must be
cleaned regularly. It is also recommend that the heating system is power
washed prior to the installation of the heat pump and that a dirt filter is
also fitted.
WARNING: The thin aluminium fins are fragile and can
be damaged if careless. Never wipe the delicate fins with
a cloth.
▶ Use protective gloves to protect your hands from
cuts.
▶ Do not use a too powerful water jet.
Clean the evaporator:
▶ Spray detergent onto the evaporator fins on the rear side of the heat
pump.
▶ Wash off coating and cleaning agent with a watering can and rose
attachment.
12.4 SNOW AND ICE
In some locations or during periods of snow, snow can accumulate inside
the protective grille on the rear side.
▶ Carefully brush the snow off the fins.
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1
2
3
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[1]
[2]
[3]
Filter
Circlip
Plug
Cleaning the filter:
▶ Switch off the heat pump with the ON/OFF switch.
▶ Close the valve and remove the plug.
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▶ Remove the locking ring which retains the filter inside the valve. Use
the pliers provided.
▶ Remove the filter from the valve and flush the filter with water.
▶ Reinstall the filter, circlip and plug.
▶ Open the valve and start the heat pump via the ON/OFF switch.
Ensure that the heating circuit is free from air at all times,
i.e radiators or underfloor cicuits.
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The alarm symbol appears for both alarms in the heat pump and for
alarms in the Hydrolight/Hydrocomfort unit, if alarms have occurred in
both the units, two alarm symbols will appear.
13.3 BLANK MENU DISPLAY
13.3.1 POSSIBLE CAUSE 1: FAULTY FUSE IN THE DOMESTIC
POWER SUPPLY.
▶ Check whether all domestic fuses are OK.
▶ If required, change/reset fuse/MCB. See installation manual for
details on fuse type.
After the fault has been remedied, the heat pump automatically restarts.
ERROR MANAGEMENT
The control panel has an advanced monitoring system that gives alarms
if anything unforeseen happens. The user can rectify most of these
alarms themselves. There is never a risk of affecting something when an
alarm is reset once or twice. Contact the installer engineer in the event
of repeated alarms.
In the menu Alarm there is:
13.3.2 POSSIBLE CAUSE 2: THE MINIATURE CIRCUIT BREAKER IN
THE HYDROLIGHT/HYDROCOMFORT UNIT HAS TRIPPED.
▶ Contact the installer.
13.4 ALL ALARMS, WARNINGS AND INFORMATION
WINDOWS
An alarm can occur temporarily due to various reasons. However, there
is never a risk involved in resetting an alarm. All the alarms that can
appear in the menu display are described in this section. The
descriptions give an idea about the nature of the alarm and what can be
done to rectify it.
• Alarm log
• Info log
The alarm log shows alarms and warnings that have occurred.
13.5 ALARM WINDOW
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13.5.1 FAILURE / SHORT CIRCUIT ON SENSOR
Fig. 28
The customer level = 0 gives access to alarm information in the Alarm
log.
Installer/Service level = 1 gives access to:
•
•
•
•
Delete alarm log
Information regarding the Alarm history.
Information regarding the Info log.
Delete info log
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13.1 ALARM LOG AND INFO LOG
In the Alarm log and the Info log, all alarms and warnings that have
occurred are stored in chronological order.
▶ Delete the Alarm log and the Info log after commissioning is
complete.
13.2 EXAMPLE OF AN ALARM:
When an alarm is triggered, an alarm window is displayed and a warning
signal sounds. The alarm window displays the alarm causes and the time
and date that the alarm occurred.
All sensors connected to the heating installation can give an alarm in the
event of a fault. In the example, it is sensor T3, hot water, which has
given an alarm. All sensors give alarms in the same way.
Possible cause 1: occasional fault.
▶ Confirm alarm and continue monitoring.
Possible cause 2: fault at temperature sensor or incorrect
connection.
▶ Contact the installer in the event of repeated alarms.
13.5.2 MAX FLOW TEMPERATURE, HEATING SYSTEM OR MAX
FLOW TEMPERATURE, MIXED HEATING SYSTEM
The flow temperature has reached the max. allowable temperature.
▶ Select Acknowledge.
▶ Contact the installer in the event of repeated alarms.
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13.5.3 T8 HIGH FLOW TEMPERATURE OR T71 HIGH FLOW
TEMPERATURE
Fig. 29
If you press the rotary selector, Acknowledge is marked, the alarm
symbol disappears and the warning signal is suppressed. The heat pump
restarts if heat demand exists.
The alarm symbol continues to be displayed if a fault is not remedied.
The ON and fault indicators change from flashing red to constant red
indications. Every alarm is stored in the alarm log. Active alarms are
indicated by the alarm symbol.
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ERROR MANAGEMENT
There are two sensors, T8 and T71, in the Hydrolight/Hydrocomfort
unit, which for safety reasons stop the heat pump if the temperature of
the flow rises above the set value.
PROBABLE CAUSE 1; INSUFFICIENT FLOW OVER THE HEAT PUMP:
▶ Select Acknowledge.
▶ Check that all the valves are open. The thermostat valves in heating
systems should be fully open and in floor heating systems at least half
of the coils should be fully open.
▶ Contact the installer in the event of repeated alarms.
13.5.13 SCREED DRYING SET POINT VALUE FOR HEATING NOT
REACHED
The alarm is activated if the temperature at the current stage in the
drying program is not reached within the set time.
13.5.14 OVERLOADED TRANSFORMER
▶ Select Acknowledge.
▶ Contact the installer in the event of repeated alarms.
13.5.15 FAULT ON ELECTRIC ELEMENT
POSSIBLE CAUSE 2; BLOCKED PARTICLE FILTER:
▶ Select Acknowledge.
▶ Contact the installer in the event of repeated alarms.
13.5.4 ERROR IN MAIN BOARD, HEATING SYSTEM
An error has occurred in the communication between the Hydrolight/
Hydrocomfort module and the heat pump.
▶ Contact the installer in the event of repeated alarms.
13.5.5 ERROR IN ACCESSORY BOARD
Fault in the accessories board (IOB-B) in the Hydrolight/Hydrocomfort
module or corresponding communication.
▶ Select Acknowledge.
▶ Contact the installer in the event of repeated alarms.
13.5.6 ERROR IN ROOM SENSOR BOARD (ROOM CONTROLLER)
OR ERROR IN E12.T5 ROOM SENSOR BOARD
Fault in the CAN-BUS connected room controller or communication to it.
▶ Select Acknowledge.
▶ Contact the installer in the event of repeated alarms.
13.5.7 ERROR IN MULTI FUNCTION BOARD
Fault in the multifunction board or corresponding communication.
▶ Select Acknowledge.
▶ Contact the installer in the event of repeated alarms.
13.5.8 FAULT ON ADDITIONAL HEATER
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Possible cause 1: overheating protection of the power supply has
tripped.
▶ Check that the heat carrier pump has not stopped.
▶ Reset overheating protection of power supply. A reset button is
located in the switch box of the Hydrolight/Hydrocomfort module.
▶ Select Acknowledge.
▶ Contact the installer in the event of repeated alarms.
13.5.16 NO PRESSURE IN SYSTEM
If the system pressure is less than 0.5 bar (Hydrocomfort only), this trips
the pressure switch which switches off the power supply and triggers
the alarm No pressure in system. To remedy the fault:
▶ Check that the expansion tank and safety valve are suited for the
correct pressure in the system.
▶ Slowly increase the pressure in the heat system by adding water via
the filling valve.
▶ Acknowledge the alarm manually by pressing the rotary selector in the
user interface of the Hydrocomfort unit (, fig. 2).
13.6 WARNING MESSAGE
Alarm from additional electric heater.
▶ Check status in the booster heating.
▶ Select Acknowledge.
▶ Contact the installer in the event of repeated alarms.
13.5.9 FREEZE PROTECTION EXCHANGER T9 ACTIVATED
13.6.1 IS THE HEAT PUMP FUSED FOR THIS OUTPUT?
The warning is activated to ensure that the system is designed to handle
the load produced.
In the info log is stored Check fuse.
An error has occurred with the frost protection for the exchanger.
▶ Check that the heat pump and the Hydrolight/Hydrocomfort unit is
connected to the correct fuse size.
▶ Select Acknowledge.
▶ Contact the installer in the event of repeated alarms.
13.6.2 MAXIMUM WORKING TEMPERATURE HEAT PUMP
In the info log is stored Maximum working temperature heat pump.
13.5.10 ALARM HEAT PUMP
The heat pump has developed a fault.
▶ Select Acknowledge.
▶ Contact the installer in the event of repeated alarms.
13.5.11 LOW MAINS VOLTAGE
If the mains voltage falls below 170 V, the information symbol in the
display lights up. If the voltage falls below 170 V for more than one hour,
the alarm is activated.
▶ Contact the installer.
13.5.12 OR SAFETY THERMOSTAT VS2 TRIPPED
▶ Acknowledge Thermostat with alarm
▶ Contact the installer in the event of repeated alarms.
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The temperature sensor T9 located in the Hydrolight/Hydrocomfort unit
stops the heat pump for safety reasons as soon as the temperature of the
return water exceeds a certain limit (>56 °C).
Probable cause 1; The heat setting is set so high that the heating
system’s return temperature is too high:
▶ Reduce the heat setting.
Possible cause 2: valves on the underfloor heating system or
radiators are closed.
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▶ Open the valves.
13.8.3 MAXIMUM FLOW TEMPERATURE, ADDITIONAL HEAT
13.6.3 HIGH TEMPERATURE DIFFERENCE HEAT TRANSFER FLUID
The CH flow has now reached its max. temperature.
Possible cause 1: heating curve set too high
▶ Adjust the heating curve ( chapter 10.2).
Possible cause 2; error in the mains system
▶ Check filters and valves.
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This warning window is displayed when the temperature difference
between sensors T8 and T9 becomes too high.
13.8.4 MAXIMUM WORKING TEMPERATURE ADDITIONAL HEAT
The CH return has reached the max. permissible temperature. Possible
cause: heating curve set too high.
Possible cause 1: heating curve set too high
PROBABLE CAUSE 1; BLOCKED PARTICLE FILTER:
▶ Adjust the heating curve ( chapter 10.2).
▶ Clean filter (chapter 12.8)
▶ Select Acknowledge.
▶ Contact the installer in the event of repeated warnings.
Possible cause 2; bivalence point set incorrectly.
POSSIBLE CAUSE 2: INADEQUATE FLOW RATE ACROSS THE
HYDROLIGHT/HYDROCOMFORT UNIT.
▶ Select Acknowledge.
▶ Check that all the valves are open. The thermostat valves in heating
systems should be fully open and in floor heating systems at least half
of the coils should be fully open.
▶ Contact the installer in the event of repeated warnings.
▶ Consult the installer if this occurs more than once.
13.8.5 TOO LOW FLOW TEMPERATURE OR TOO LOW FLOW
TEMPERATURE, HEATING SYSTEM 2
If the temperature of the flow falls below the set point value longer than
15 minutes, the heat pump shuts down and the warning is activated.
13.6.4 TOO SHORT CHANGEOVER TIME FOR FLOOR HEATING
In the info log is stored Too short changeover time for floor heating.
The warning appears if the value Delay before is set to a shorter time
than 7hours or the value Delay after is set shorter than 7 hours, which
is not recommended during underfloor heating.
13.7 INFORMATION WINDOW
13.7.1 LOW MAINS VOLTAGE
If the mains voltage falls below 170 V, the information symbol in the
display lights up. If the mains voltage is below 170 V for one hour, an
alarm is triggered.
▶ Contact the installer in the event of repeated warnings.
13.8 INFO SYMBOL
For a number of events that occur when the heat pump is in operation,
an icon appears in the display without an alarm being triggered.
Although these events do not require immediate action, they are saved
in the information report.
Once the text in the information report has been read the icon vanishes
from the display.
13.8.1 HEAT PUMP OPERATING TEMPERATURES
If the outdoor temperature exceeds 46 °C in 30 minutes, the Info icon is
activated. The booster heater takes over operation of the system.
Confirmation is given if the temperature once again falls below 46 °C.
If the outdoor temperature falls below the set value in Block heat pump
at low outdoor temperature (factory value = – 15 °C) the heat pump
stops. The warning is activated and the heating installation switches to
operating with only additional heat.
13.8.2 MAXIMUM FLOW TEMPERATURE, HEAT PUMP
The temperature in the system has reached the maximum temperature
for the heat pump.
Possible cause 1: heating curve set too high
▶ Adjust the heating curve ( chapter 10.2).
Possible cause 2; error in the mains system
▶ Check filters and valves.
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FACTORY SETTINGS
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FACTORY SETTINGS
Cooling function is not available in this product, so any
reference to this in the menus can be disregarded.
Advanced menu
Heating/cooling
_”_\Minimum outdoor temperature of heat
curve
_”_Heating system temperature
_”_\_”_\Heat curve
Level
F value
1
–10 °C
0
14.1 FACTORY SETTINGS
The tables show the values which have been preset at the factory (F
value). These values can be modified by the user =[0] via user levels
Menu and Advanced.
The installer can access the items in the installation and service menu
=[1] listed in the following table after changing the access level under
Menu or Advanced menu. Only the items which are identified with a [0]
are accessible to the user.
Menu
Level
Fast restart of heat pump
1
Start up
_”_\Setting the clock
_”_\_”_\Set date
1
_”_\_”_\Set time
1
_”_\T1 maximum set point value
1
_”_\External input
_”_\_”_\Activated if
1
_”_\_”_\Change in temperature
1
_”_\_”_\Stop hot water loading
1
_”_\_”_\Stop heating production
1
_”_\_”_\Additional heat only
1
_”_\_”_\Limit electrical capacity to
1
_”_\_”_\External blocking
1
_”_\_”_\Safety thermostat
1
_”_\_”_\Stop additional heat hot water
1
_”_\_”_\Stop additional heat radiators
1
_”_\Lowest outdoor temperature
1
_”_\Accessory board function
1
_”_\Max limit E12.T1 Set point value
1
_”_\Connected extra sensors
_”_\_”_\ T3 acknowledged
1
_”_\_”_\T5 acknowledged (T5)
1
_”_\Manual operation
1
_”_\Operating mode, additional heater
_”_\_”_\Additional heat only
1
_”_\_”_\Block additional heat
1
_”_\Correct sensor
1
_”_\Anti-jamming mode time
1
_”_\Alarm buzzer interval
1
_”_\Display
_”_\_”_\Contrast
0
_”_\_”_\Brightness
0
_”_\System pressure sensor connected
1
_”_\Operation alternative G2
1
Room temperature setting (T5)
0
Room temperature setting, heating system 2
0
Extra hot water
0
Table 4 Menu
V=20.0 °C
H=35.0 °C
F value
No
yy-mm-dd
hh:mm:ss
45 °C
Closed
0 °C
No
No
No
3/3
No
No
No
No
-10 °C
No
45 °C
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
0
02:00
1 min
27
100
Yes
Continuous
20°C
20°C
0h
_”_\_”_\Hysteresis
_”_\_”_\_”_\Quick acceleration
_”_\_”_\_”_\Quick brake
_”_\_”_\_”_\Quick stop
_”_\_”_\_”_\Integration time
_”_\_”_\_”_\Rad brake temp increase
_”_\_”_\_”_\Rad brake time
_”_\Room sensor setting
_”_\_”_\Room temperature setting
_”_\_”_\Room sensor interval
_”_\_”_\Room sensor influence
_”_\_”_\_”_\Change factor
_”_\_”_\Blocking time
_”_\Time limited settings
_”_\_”_\Time control heating
_”_\_”_\_”_\Day and time
_”_\_”_\_”_\Change in temperature
_”_\_”_\Holiday
_”_\_”_\_”_\Date
_”_\_”_\_”_\Change in temperature
_”_\_”_\External input
_”_\_”_\_”_\Activated if
_”_\_”_\_”_\Change in temperature
_”_\Heating season
_”_\_”_\Heating season limit
_”_\_”_\Delay
_”_\_”_\Direct start limit
_”_\Heating, maximum operating time at hot
water demand
_”_\Shut down protection, change over hot
water to heating
_”_\Maximum speed compressor
_”_\Quick acceleration time
_”_\Quick brake time
1
1
1
1
1
1
5.0 °C
1.0 °C
10.0 °C
60°min
1.0 °C
0 min
0
0
20 °C
3K
0
0
2.0
4 hrs
0
0
Off
–10 °C
0
0
Off
-10 °C
1
0
Closed
0 °C
0
0
0
0
18 °C
4 hrs
10 °C
20 min
1
300 s
1
1
1
7
15 min
5 min
Level
F value
Table 5 Advanced menu
Advanced menu
_”_\Temperature heating system 2
_”_\_”_\Heat curve
0
V=20.0 °C
H=35.0 °C
_”_\_”_\Room sensor settings
_”_\_”_\_”_\Room temperature setting
_”_\_”_\_”_\Room sensor influence
_”_\_”_\_”_\_”_\Change factor
_”_\_”_\_”_\_”_\Blocking time
_”_\_”_\Time limited settings
_”_\_”_\_”_\Time control heating
_”_\_”_\_”_\_”_\Day and time
_”_\_”_\_”_\_”_\Change in temperature
0
20 °C
0
0
5,0
4 hrs
0
0
Off
-10 °C
Table 6 Advanced menu
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Advanced menu
_”_\_”_\_”_\Holiday
_”_\_”_\_”_\_”_\Date
_”_\_”_\_”_\_”_\Change in temperature
_”_\_”_\_“_\External input
_”_\_”_\_”_\Active if
_”_\_”_\_”_\Change in temperature
_”_\_”_\Mixing valve settings
_”_\_”_\_”_\Control unit reading
_”_\_”_\_”_\P-constant
_”_\_”_\_”_\I-time
_”_\_”_\_”_\D-time
_”_\_”_\_”_\Mixing valve running time
_”_\_”_\_”_\Mixing valve limitation defrost
mode
Level
F value
0
0
Off
-10 °C
1
0
Closed
0 °C
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
300s
0.0s
300s
5 min
Table 6 Advanced menu
Advanced menu
Hot water (T3)
_”_\Extra hot water
_”_\_”_\Number of hours
_”_\_”_\Stop temperature
_”_\Hot water peak
_”_\_”_\Interval
_”_\_”_\Start time
_”_\Hot water temperature
_”_\_”_\In compressor mode
_”_\_”_\_”_\T3 Start temperature
_”_\_”_\_”_\T9 Stop temperature
_”_\_”_\Hot water, max operating time at
heating demand
_”_\Time control hot water
_”_\Slowest speed at hot water production
_“_\Max speed during hot water production
_“_\Quick start of addition
Level
F value
0
0
0
65 °C
0
0
0 day
03:00
1
1
1
0
46 °C
47 °C
30 min
0
1
1
1
Off
3
7
0 °C
Level
F value
1
1
1
1
0,0 °C
Advanced menu
Additional heat settings
_”_\Start delay
_”_\Time control additional heat
_”_\Operating option
_”_\_”_\Additional heat only
_”_\_”_\Block additional heat
_”_\Electric additional heat settings
_”_\_”_\Connection capacity
_”_\_”_\_”_\State total output
_”_\_”_\_”_\Compressor mode, output
limitation
_”_\_”_\_”_\Additional heat only, output
limitation
_”_\_”_\Stop temperature T3
_”_\_”_\Ramp time increase
_”_\_”_\Ramp time decrease
_”_\_”_\Locking of electricity supply when
defrosting
_”_\_”_\Neutral zone
_”_\Mixing valve settings
_”_\_”_\Mixing valve delay
_”_\_”_\_”_\PID heat setting
_”_\_”_\_”_\_”_\P constant
_”_\_”_\_”_\_”_\I time
_”_\_”_\_”_\_”_\D time
_”_\_”_\_”_\PID hot water setting
_”_\_”_\_”_\_”_\P constant
_”_\_”_\_”_\_”_\I time
_”_\_”_\_”_\_”_\D time
Mixing valve’s run time
Locking of mixing valve during defrosting
_”_\_”_\Max outdoor temperature for
additional heat
Level
F value
1
1
60 min
Off
1
1
No
No
1
1
9.0 kW
2/3
1
3/3
1
1
1
1
60 °C
20 min
10 min
5 min
1
5 °C
1
20 min
1
1
1
2.0
300 s
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
4.0
300 s
0
120 s
5 min
10 °C
Level
Fact. setting
1
– 15 °C
1
15 min
0
0
JJ-MM-TT
hh:mm:ss
1
No
1
0, 1
0, 1
0
No
K(0)
B
No
Table 9 Advanced menu
Table 7 Advanced menu
Advanced menu
Temperatures
_”_\Correct sensor
_”_\Inputs
_”_\Outputs
_”_\Demand
Timers
Table 8 Advanced menu
Extended menu
Safety functions
_”_\Block heat pump at low outdoor
temperature
_”_\Heating cable time
Setting the clock
Setting the date
Setting the time
Alarm
_”_\Alarm log
_”_\_”_\Delete alarm log
_”_\Alarm history
_”_\Info log
_”_\_”_\Delete info log
Access level
Return to factory settings
Deactivate alarm buzzer
Table 10 Extended menu
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THE GUARANTEE
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THE GUARANTEE
The Greensource Air to Water split heat pump has a 2 year guarantee
against faulty material or manufacture subject to Terms and conditions.
To read the full Terms and Conditions please visit us online at
www.worcester-bosch.co.uk/guarantee. The Guarantee Registration
form is available on this same page and can be completed and submitted
electronically. Alternatively please telephone one of our Guarantee
Registration advisors on 0844 892 2552. Your statutory rights are not
affected by the manufacturers guarantee.
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