Service Instructions
for use by heating contractor
Vitodens 200-W, B2HA Series
Models 80, 88, 100
Wall-mounted, gas-fired condensing boiler
For operation with natural gas
Heating input 71 to 352 MBH
20 to 103 kW
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Safety
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Safety, Service and Warranty Requirements
Please ensure that these instructions are read and understood before commencing installation. Failure to comply with
the instructions listed below and details printed in this manual can cause product/property damage, severe personal
injury, and/or loss of life. Ensure all requirements below are understood and fulfilled (including detailed information
found in manual subsections).
 For a listing of applicable literature,
please see section entitled “Important
Regulatory and Safety Requirements”.
Warranty
Information contained in this and
related product documentation must
be read and followed. Failure to do
so renders the warranty null and void.
Licensed professional heating contractor
The installation, adjustment, service and maintenance
of this equipment must be performed by a licensed
professional heating contractor.
 Please see section entitled
“Important Regulatory and Installation
Requirements”.
Contaminated air
Air contaminated by chemicals can cause by-products
in the combustion process, which are poisonous to
inhabitants and destructive to
Viessmann equipment.
 For a listing of chemicals which
cannot be stored in or near the
boiler room, please see subsection
entitled “Mechanical room” in the
“Installation Instructions”.
Advice to owner
Once the installation work is complete, the heating
contractor must familiarize the system operator/
ultimate owner with all equipment, as well as safety
precautions/requirements, shutdown procedure, and
the need for professional service annually before the
heating season begins.
WARNING
Installers must follow local regulations with respect to
installation of carbon monoxide detectors. Follow the
Viessmann maintenance schedule of the boiler contained
in this manual.
Operating and Service Documentation
It is recommended that all product documentation such as
parts lists, operating and service instructions be handed
over to the system user for storage. Documentation is to
be stored near boiler in a readily accessible location for
reference by service personnel.
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Carbon monoxide
Improper installation, adjustment, service and/or
maintenance can cause flue products to flow into
living space. Flue products contain poisonous carbon
monoxide gas.
 For information pertaining to the
proper installation, adjustment, service
and maintenance of this equipment to
avoid formation of carbon monoxide,
please see subsection entitled
“Mechanical room” and “Venting
requirements” in the “Installation Instructions”.
Fresh air
This equipment requires fresh air for
safe operation and must be installed
ensuring provisions for adequate
combustion and ventilation air exist.
 For information pertaining to the
fresh air requirements of this product,
please see subsection entitled
“Mechanical room” in the “Installation
Instructions”.
Equipment venting
Never operate boiler without an installed venting
system. An improper venting system can cause
carbon monoxide poisoning.
 For information pertaining to
venting and chimney requirements,
please see section entitled “Venting
Connection”. All products of
combustion must be safely vented
to the outdoors.
WARNING
This boiler requires fresh air for safe operation and must
be installed with provisions for adequate combustion
and ventilation air (in accordance with local codes and
regulations of authorities having jurisdiction).
Do not operate this boiler in areas with contaminated
combustion air. High levels of contaminants such as
dust, lint or chemicals can be found at construction
sites, home renovations, in garages, workshops, in dry
cleaning/laundry facilities, near swimming pools and in
manufacturing facilities.
Contaminated combustion air will damage the boiler
and may lead to substantial property damage, severe
personal injury and/or loss of life. Ensure boiler/burner is
inspected and serviced by a qualified heating contractor
at least once a year in accordance with the Service
Instructions of the boiler.
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Product documentation
Read all applicable documentation before commencing
installation. Store documentation near boiler in a
readily accessible location for reference in the future
by service personnel.
Safety
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Safety, Service and Warranty Requirements
Fiberglass wool and ceramic fiber materials
WARNING
Inhaling of fiberglass wool and/or ceramic fiber
materials is a possible cancer hazard. These materials
can also cause respiratory, skin and eye irritation.
The state of California has listed the airborne fibers of
these materials as a possible cancer hazard through
inhalation. When handling these materials, special care
must be applied.
Suppliers of ceramic fiber products recommend the
following first aid measures:
- Respiratory tract (nose and throat) irritation:
If respiratory tract irritation develops, move the
person to a dust free location.
- Eye irritation: If eyes become irritated, flush
immediately with large amounts of lukewarm water
for at least 15 minutes. Eyelids should be held away
from the eyeball to ensure thorough rinsing.
Do not rub eyes.
(continued)
First aid measures
- If eye contact occurs, flush eyes with water to
remove dust. If symptoms persist, seek medical
attention.
- If skin contact occurs, wash affected areas gently
with soap and warm water after handling.
WARNING
Appliance materials of construction, products of
combustion and the fuel contain alumina, silica, heavy
metals, carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides, aldehydes
and/or other toxic or harmful substances which can
cause serious injury or loss of life and which are
known to the State of California to cause cancer,
birth defects and other reproductive harm. Always
use proper safety clothing, respirators and equipment
when servicing or working nearby the appliance.
- Skin irritation: If skin becomes irritated, remove soiled
clothing. Do not rub or scratch exposed skin.
Wash area of contact thoroughly with soap and water.
Using a skin cream or lotion after washing may be
helpful.
- Gastrointestinal irritation: If gastrointestinal tract
irritation develops, move the person to a dust free
environment.
Suppliers of fiberglass wool products recommend the
following precautions be taken when handling these
materials:
- Avoid breathing fiberglass dust and contact with
skin and eyes.
- Use NIOSH approved dust/mist respirator.
- Wear long-sleeved, loose fitting clothing, gloves
and eye protection.
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- Wash work clothes separately from other clothing.
Rinse washer thoroughly.
- Operations such as sawing, blowing, tear-out and
spraying may generate airborne fiber concentration
requiring additional protection.
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Table of Contents
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Page
Safety
General Information
Safety, Service and Warranty Instructions.....................2
About these Installation Instructions.............................6
Necessary Tools.........................................................6
Important Regulatory and Installation Requirements........7
For installations on the Commonwealth of
Massachusetts.......................................................8
CSD-1 Field Testing of High Limit Switches..................8
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Start-up and Service
Accessing the User Interface Programming Unit...........11
Select Language.......................................................11
Set Time and Date....................................................11
Removing Front Enclosure Panel.................................12
Fill Condensate Trap with Water.................................12
Fill Heating System with Water...................................13
Bleed (Vent) Air from Boiler Heat Exchanger................14
Check Power Supply Connection................................15
Designating Heating Circuits......................................15
Select Gas Type.......................................................15
Convert Fuel Type to Liquid Propane Gas.....................16
Setting High Altitude.................................................16
Measure Static Pressure and Running Pressure.............17
Sequence of Operation and Potential Faults
During Each Start-up Cycle........................................18
Set Maximum Input...................................................19
Check all Primary and Secondary Circuit
Connections for Leaks...............................................19
Perform Combustion Analysis.....................................19
Check Coaxial Venting System for Leaks.....................20
Remove Burner Assembly..........................................20
Checking the Flue Gas Flapper....................................21
Check Burner Refractory............................................21
Check and Adjust Ignition and Ionization Electrodes......22
Clean Combustion Chamber/Heat Exchanger Surface....22
Check Condensate Drain.........................................23
Check Neutralization Unit..........................................24
Check Diaphragm Expansion Tank and System Pressure...24
Check Functioning of Safety Valves............................25
Check Electrical Connections......................................25
Check Gas Pipes and Fittings for Leaks.......................25
Clock Natural Gas Meter............................................26
Check CO2 Setting....................................................27
Outdoor Reset Programming Unit
Star-up and Shutdown...............................................28
Menu......................................................................28
Functional Description...............................................30
Combustion Management Systems.............................30
Installation Examples.................................................31
Heating Curve Adjustments........................................35
Connecting the Boiler Control to a LON System............37
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Applicability..............................................................9
Product Information....................................................9
Mechanical Room.....................................................10
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Coding 1
General...................................................................39
Boiler......................................................................41
DHW.......................................................................41
Solar.......................................................................42
Heating Circuit 1, 2 and 3..........................................43
Coding 2
General...................................................................47
Boiler......................................................................54
DHW.......................................................................55
Solar.......................................................................57
Heating Circuit 1, 2 and 3..........................................60
Diagnosis and Service Scans
Calling up the Service Level........................................66
Diagnosis.................................................................67
Checking Outputs (Relay Test)...................................69
Troubleshooting
Fault Display............................................................70
Fault Codes..............................................................70
Corrective Action......................................................78
Function Description
External Extensions AM1 (accessory)..........................81
Internal Extensions EA1.............................................82
Control Functions......................................................84
Additional Information
Wiring Diagram.........................................................86
Burner Program Sequence of Operation........................88
Parts List.................................................................89
Technical Data.........................................................94
Maintenance Record..................................................96
Lighting and Operating Instructions.............................97
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General Information
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
About these Service Instructions
Take note of all symbols and notations intended to draw attention to potential hazards or important product
information. These include “WARNING”, “CAUTION”, and “IMPORTANT”. See below.
WARNING
Warnings draw your attention to the presence of
potential hazards or important product information.
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which,
if not avoided, could result in loss of life, serious injury
or substantial product/property damage.
CAUTION
Cautions draw your attention to the presence of
potential hazards or important product information.
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which,
if not avoided, may result in minor injury or product/
property damage.
IMPORTANT

Helpful hints for installation, operation or maintenance
which pertain to the product.
This symbol indicates that additional, pertinent
information is to be found.
This symbol indicates that other instructions must
be referenced.
Necessary Tools
Testing/analysis equipment
(Use only calibrated equipment)
Cleaning supplies
H Multimeter to measure 0 - 230V, 0 - 12A AC and
0-100 mA DC
H Rags
H Flue gas analyzer to measure % CO2 or O2 (i.e.
Bacharach fluid samplers or suitable electronic analyzer)
H Manometer to measure gas pressure 0 to 11 "w.c.
(accurately) and up to 28 "w.c. gas pressure (or a nonelectric Magnehelic® manometer may also be utilized)
H Plastic hand brush
Special items
H Approved leak detection fluid for natural gas and
liquid propane gas
H Pipe joint sealant
H Stack thermometer 0 to 500°F (0 to 260°C)
H Bacharach calculator or suitable tables to calculate
efficiency
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H Carbon monoxide measuring equipment 0 to 400 ppm
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Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Important Regulatory and Installation Requirements
Codes
The installation of this unit shall be in accordance with
local codes or, in the absence of local codes, use CAN/
CSA-B149.1 or .2 Installation Codes for Gas Burning
Appliances for Canada. For U.S. installations use the
National Fuel Gas Code ANSI Z223.1. Always use latest
editions of codes.
In Canada all electrical wiring is to be done in accordance
with the latest edition of CSA C22.1 Part 1 and/or local
codes. In the U.S. use the National Electrical Code ANSI/
NFPA 70. The heating contractor must also comply with
both the Standard for Controls and Safety Devices for
Automatically Fired Boilers, ANSI/ASME CSD-1, and
the Installation Code for Hydronic Heating Systems,
CSA B214-01, where required by the authority having
jurisdiction.
Instructing the system user
The installer of the system is responsible to ensure the
system operator/ultimate owner is made familiar with the
system functioning, its activation, and its shut-down.
The following topics must be covered:
- Proper system operation sequence.
- Explain the equipment.
- Demonstrate an emergency shut-down, what to do
and what not.
- Explain that there is no substitute for proper
maintenance to help ensure safe operation.
Initial start-up
Initial start-up must be performed by a qualified heating
contractor. Proper completion of the Maintenance Record
by the heating contractor is also required.
The Maintenance Record is located in the Service
Instructions.
Working on the equipment
The installation, adjustment, service, and maintenance
of this boiler must be done by a licensed professional
heating contractor who is qualified and experienced in
the installation, service, and maintenance of hot water
boilers. There are no user serviceable parts on the boiler,
burners, or control.
Please carefully read this manual prior to attempting
start-up, maintenance or service. Any warranty is null
and void if these instructions are not followed.
For information regarding other Viessmann System
Technology componentry, please reference
documentation of the respective product.
We offer frequent installation and service seminars to
familiarize our partners with our products. Please inquire.
Ensure main power supply to equipment, the heating
system, and all external controls have been deactivated.
Close main gas supply valve. Take precautions in all
instances to avoid accidental activation of power during
service work.
The completeness and functionality of field supplied
electrical controls and components must be verified by
the heating contractor. These include low water
cut-offs, flow switches (if used), staging controls,
pumps, motorized valves, air vents, thermostats, etc.
Technical literature
Literature for the Vitodens boiler:
- Technical Data Manual
- Installation Instructions
- Service Instructions
- Operating Instructions and User’s Information Manual
- Instructions of other Viessmann products utilized and
installed
- Installation codes mentioned in this manual
Leave all literature at the installation site and advise the
system operator/ultimate owner where the literature can
be found. Contact Viessmann for additional copies.
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This product comes with several safety instruction labels
attached.
Do not remove!
Contact Viessmann immediately if replacement labels are
required.
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Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Important Regulatory and Installation Requirements
(continued)
For installations on the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the following modifications to NFPA-54 chapter 10 apply:
Excerpt from 248 CMR 5-08:
2(a) For all side-wall horizontally vented gas fueled equipment installed in every dwelling, building or structure used inwhole or in
part for residential purposes, including those owned or operated by the Commonwealth and where the sidewall exhaust vent
termination is less than (7) feet above finished grade in the area of the venting, including but not limited to decks and
porches, the following requirements shall be satisfied:
1. INSTALLATION OF CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS. At the time of installation of the side-wall horizontal vented gas
fueled equipment, the installing plumber or gasfitter shall observe that a hard wired carbon monoxide detector with an
alarm and battery back-up is installed on the floor level where the gas equipment is to be installed. In addition, the
installing plumber or gasfitter shall observe that a battery operated or hard wired carbon monoxide detector with an
alarm is installed on each additional level of the dwelling, building or structure served by the side-wall horizontal vented
gas fueled equipment. It shall be the responsibility of the property owner to secure the services of qualified licensed
professional for the installation of hard-wired carbon monoxide detectors.
a. In the event that the side-wall horizontally vented gas fueled equipment is installed in a crawl space or an attic, the
hard-wired carbon monoxide detector with alarm and battery back-up may be installed on the next adjacent floor level.
b. In the event that the requirements of this subdivision can not be met at the time of completion of installation, the owner
shall have a period of thirty (30) days to comply with the above requirements; provided, however, that during said thirty
(30) day period, a battery operated carbon monoxide detector with an alarm shall be installed.
2. APPROVED CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS. Each carbon monoxide detector as required in accordance with the above
provisions shall comply with NFPA 720 and be ANSI/UL 2034 listed and IAS certified.
3. SIGNAGE. A metal or plastic identification plate shall be permanently mounted to the exterior of the building at a minimum
height of eight (8) feet above grade directly in line with the exhaust vent terminal for the horizontally vented gas fueled
heating appliance or equipment. The sign shall read, in print size no less than one-half (1/2) inch in size, “GAS VENT
DIRECTLY BELOW. KEEP CLEAR OF ALL OBSTRUCTIONS”.
4. INSPECTION. The state or local gas inspector of the side-wall horizontally vented gas fueled equipment shall not approve
the installation unless, upon inspection, the inspector observes carbon monoxide detectors and signage installed in
accordance with the provisions of 248 CMR 5.08(2)(a) 1 through 4.
(b)
EXEMPTIONS: The following equipment is exempt from 248 CMR 5.08(2)(a) 1 through 4:
1. The equipment listed in Chapter 10 entitled “Equipment Not Required To Be Vented” in the most current edition
of NFPA 54 as adopted by the Board; and
2. Product Approved side-wall horizontally vented gas fueled equipment installed in a room or structure separate from the
dwelling, building or structure used in whole or in part for residential purposes.
CSD-1 Field Testing of High Limit Switches for Vitodens boilers – where required by law.
As per ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, section IV, subsection HG-613 TEMPERATURE CONTROL requirements, Vitodens
200-W hot water boilers are protected from over-temperature by two temperature-operated controls. These temperature control
devices conform to Standards for Limit Controls, and are accepted by CSA, a nationally recognized testing agency. Each boiler
is equipped with a manual reset high temperature limit control and a temperature control that will cut off fuel supply when the
system water temperature reaches a preset operating temperature. VIESSMANN IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGES
THAT THE FOLLOWING TEST PROCEDURE MAY RESULT IN BY OVERHEATING THE SYSTEM.
The Vitodens 200 boilers are equipped with flow switches or sensors that when activated enable the burner to operate.
The fixed high limit, when tripped, produces a fault that will require manual reset of the boiler control.
Fixed High Limit fault simulation #1:
Ensure that the boiler and boiler pump are in normal operating condition (pump output sÖ is the boiler pump).
Remove the cover from the back of the boiler control allowing access to the boiler control plugs.
Under the extended menu (in the Operating manual), select ‘Test mode’ then ‘flue gas test ON’ and press ‘OK’.
The boiler/burner will start a firing cycle and will gradually go into high fire mode.
Once the burner ignites, disconnect the boiler pump plug sÖ from the boiler control board (gently with pliers).
Note: For boiler models equipped with flow switches (only boiler sizes 19 to 100), it may be required that flow switches be
jumpered during testing.
Observe the boiler temperature on the control display.
The temperature will gradually rise as more heat is put into the boiler heat exchanger. The burner will then shut off.
The boiler temperature should continue to rise and once it reaches 210ºF (99ºC) the manual reset high limit safety switch
will trip electronically generating an F2 fault.
Should the limit temperature not be reached during the test, repeat the test with the following additional step;
- two minutes after the burner shuts off, energize the boiler pump for a maximum of 1 second (by plugging in boiler pump plug sÖ).
Flow Switch Procedure:
The Vitodens 200 B2HA series boilers are equipped with a flow sensing device. Upon detection of an inadequate flow rate, the
switch will open and the burner will shut down and will prevent restart until an adequate flow rate is restored. To test the flow
sensing device, throttle down the flow of water to or from the boiler. The boiler will shut down once the flow has dropped below
it’s safe operating set point.
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Fixed High Limit fault simulation #2:
Close the boiler valve and jumper across the flow switch.
Run the boiler at high fire and it will shut down by the coding card (in B2TB models, set coding address 06 to maximum) but
should continue to steady increase the boiler temperature until the fixed high limit is tripped.
Once the fixed high limit is tripped, slowly open the boiler valve to safely cool the boiler down.
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Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Applicability
CAUTION
The boiler serial number must be provided when
ordering replacement parts. Some replacement parts are
not reverse compatible with previous versions of the
Vitodens 200-W B2HA boiler.
IMPORTANT
When ordering replacement parts, provide either the
16-digit boiler serial number (on the bar code label) or
the 12-digit ASME/NB serial number, located as shown
underneath boiler front enclosure panel. Refer to page 12
for instructions on how to remove front enclosure panel.
Model No. B2HA 80
Serial No. 7554705 jjjjjjjjj
Model No. B2HA 88
Serial No. 7554706 jjjjjjjjj
Model No. B2HA 100
Serial No. 7554707 jjjjjjjjj
Product may not be exactly as shown
A Inox-Radial heat exchanger made from stainless steel
– for high operational reliability and a long service life.
Large heating output in the smallest of spaces
B Modulating MatriX cylinder burner for extremely
clean combustion and quiet operation
C Variable speed combustion fan for quiet and
economical operation
D Gas and water connections
E Digital boiler control unit
Product Information
Natural gas-fired wall-mounted condensing heating boiler
for weather-responsive operation in closed loop, forced
circulation hot water heating systems for space heating
and domestic hot water (DHW) production.
Models B2HA series boilers are for operation with natural
gas. For a fuel conversion to liquid propane gas (see page
16).
Multi boiler system
In connection with the installation of a multi boiler system
observe the installation instructions of the multi boiler
system accessories.
Follow the Vitodens Venting System
Installation Instructions to vent this boiler.
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Boiler model must be selected based on an accurate heat
loss calculation of the building. Ensure boiler model is
compatible with connected radiation.
Vitodens 200-W, B2HA series boilers are factory-tested
and calibrated. Further gas valve adjustments are not
typically required during field start-up.
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Mechanical Room
During the early stages of designing a new home, we recommend that proper consideration be given to constructing a
separate mechanical room dedicated to the gas- or oil-fired heating equipment and domestic hot water storage tank(s).
The boiler must be located in a heated indoor area, near a floor drain, and as close as possible to a wall. Whenever
possible, install the boiler near an outside wall so that it is easy to duct the venting system to the boiler.
Locate the boiler on a wall capable of supporting the weight of the boiler filled with water (see section entitled
“Technical Data” on page 94 for information required for total boiler weight calculation). Ensure that the boiler location
does not interfere with the proper circulation of combustion and ventilation air of other fuel burning equipment within
the mechanical room (if applicable).
The maximum room temperature of the mechanical room where the boiler is located must not exceed 104ºF (40ºC).
Installation area conditions
WARNING
Incorrect ambient conditions can lead to damage to the
heating system and put safe operation at risk.
Sources of combustion and ventilation air contaminants
Areas likely to contain contaminants:
H New building construction
H Swimming pools
H Remodelling areas, hobby rooms
H Garages with workshops
H Ensure ambient temperatures are higher than 32°F
(0°C) and lower than 104°F (40°C).
H Furniture refinishing areas
H Prevent the air from becoming contaminated by
halogenated hydrocarbons (e.g. as contained in paint
solvents or cleaning fluids) and excessive dust (e.g.
through grinding or polishing work). Combustion air
for the heating process, and ventilation of the boiler
room must be free of corrosive contaminants. To that
end, any boiler must be installed in an area that has no
chemical exposure. The list to the right indicates the
main, currently known sources.
H Auto body shops
H Avoid continuously high levels of humidity (e.g. through
frequent drying of laundry).
H Chlorine-type bleaches, detergents and cleaning
solvents found in household laundry rooms
H Never close existing ventilation openings.
H Dry cleaning/laundry areas and establishments
H Refrigeration repair shops
H Metal fabrication plants
H Plastic manufacturing plants
H Photo processing plants
H Beauty salons
Products containing contaminants:
H Paint and varnish removers
H Hydrochloric acid, muriatic acid
WARNING
If you notice fire coming from the appliance, call the fire
department immediately! Do not attempt to extinguish
the fire unless qualified to do so.
H Chlorine-based swimming pool chemicals
H Spray cans containing chlorofluorocarbons
H Chlorinated waxes and cleaners
H Cements and glues
H Refrigerant leaks
H Calcium chloride used for thawing
The service life of the boiler’s exposed metallic surfaces,
such as the casing and fan housing, is directly influenced
by proximity to damp and salty marine environments. In
such areas, higher concentration levels of chlorides from
sea spray, coupled with relative humidity, can lead to
degradation of the exposed metallic surfaces mentioned
above. Therefore, it is imperative that boilers installed
in such environments not be installed using direct vent
systems which draw outdoor air for combustion. Such
boilers must be installed using room air dependent vent
systems; i.e. using room air for combustion. The indoor
air will have a much lower relative humidity and, hence,
potential corrosion will be minimized.
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H Sodium chloride used for water softening salt
H Permanent wave solutions
H Adhesives used to fasten building products and other
similar items
H Antistatic fabric softeners used in clothes dryers
Boiler operation in marine environments (damp, salty
coastal areas)
WARNING
Fire causes a risk of burns and explosion!
H Shut down the boiler
H Close fuel shut-off valves
H Use a tested fire extinguisher, class ABC.
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IMPORTANT
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Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Accessing the User Interface Programming Unit
1.
Turn up both locks to unlock the user interface
programming unit covers.
2.
Slide open the user interface programming unit
covers.
Select Language
At the commissioning stage, the display is in German.
1. “Sprache” (Language) Deutsch DE (German)
2. Select the required language with
3. Accept by pressing OK.
To change the language
Extended menu:
1.
2. “Settings”
3. “Language”
4. Select the required language with
5. Accept by pressing OK.
Set Time and Date
Setting the time and date (if required)
During commissioning, or after prolonged time out of use,
the time and date need to be reset.
Extended menu:
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1.
2.
“Settings”
3.
“Time / Date”
4.
Set current time and date.
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Removing Front Enclosure Panel
Some of the following service steps require the removal
of the front enclosure panel. To avoid personal injury
and/or product damage of any kind please follow the
instructions below carefully when removing the front
enclosure panel.
IMPORTANT
Close the main gas supply valve.
1.
Remove the external accessories connection box
cover.
2.
Loosen the screws at the bottom of the boiler as
shown (do not remove completely).
3.
Slide out and remove front enclosure panel.
Fill Condensate Trap with Water
Filling the siphon with water
1.
Undo union nut F and pull off condensate trap C
downwards.
2.
Fill condensate trap C with water.
3.
Reinstall condensate trap C and reconnect union
nut F.
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Legend
A Open or vented field supplied drainage system
B Flexible discharge tubing
C Condensate trap
D Rubber cap
E Threaded cap
F Union nut
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Fill Heating System with Water
3.
To remove debris and/or sludge ensure that the
system piping is flushed out. Failure to do so could
cause settlement in the boiler causing overheating
and damage not covered by warranty.
Note: System fill pressure must be approximately
3 psig higher than the static head when the
system is cold.
4.
Fill the heating system with water at the boiler fill (BF)
and drain air completely from the boiler drain (BD).
Note: Water treatment should be considered in areas
where it is known that boiler feed water
contains a high mineral content and hardness.
In areas where freezing might occur, an
antifreeze may be added to the system water
to protect the system. Please adhere to the
specifications given by the antifreeze
manufacturer. Do not use automotive silicatebased antifreeze. Please observe that an
antifreeze/water mixture may require a
backflow preventer within the automatic
water feed and influence components such
as diaphragm expansion tanks, radiation, etc.
A 40% antifreeze content will provide freeze-up
protection to -10°F (-23°C). Do not use
antifreeze other than specifically made for hot
water heating systems. System also may
contain components which might be negatively
affected by antifreeze. Check total system
frequently when filled with antifreeze.
5.
Bleeding the heating system
1. Close the gas shut-off valve and switch the
control unit ON.
2. Activate venting program (see next steps).
Note: During the venting program, the circulation
pump will be alternately switched ON and
OFF for 30 seconds respectively over a
period of 20 minutes. The burner is
switched OFF during the venting program.
Legend
BD Boiler Drain
BF Boiler Fill
BR Boiler Return
BS Boiler Supply
GC Gas Connection
PRV Pressure Relief Valve
CAUTION
Unsuitable fill water increases the level of deposits and
corrosion, and may lead to damage to the equipment.
H Thoroughly flush the entire heating system prior to
filling with water.
H Only use water of potable quality.
H The water will have to be softened if it is harder than
8.77 grains (150 ppm) total dissolved solids.
H Inhibitors or antifreeze additives suitable for heating
systems may be added manually.
3. Check the system pressure.
1.
Open system isolation valves at C and D (if
installed).
Note: Before filling the heating system with water,
check that all necessary flow check valves are
installed.
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2. Check inlet pressure of the diaphragm expansion tank.
Note: If the nitrogen pressure of the precharged
expansion tank is less than the static pressure
of the system, inflate membrane pressure to
slightly exceed pressure of system.
The static pressure required at the tank is
based upon the static height of the system.
The system fill pressure value must be equal
to the expansion tank pressure value at
approximately 60ºF (15.6ºC).
Activating filling (bleeding) program:
1. Press OK and
simultaneously for approximately
4 seconds.
2. “Service functions”
3. “Filling”
4. Ending filling function: Press OK
or .
Maximum operating pressure...60 psig
Minimum operating pressure....14 psig
Pressure relief valve................30 psig
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Bleed (Vent) Air from Boiler Heat Exchanger
1. Close isolation valves (not shown) connected to A
and B.
2. Connect drain hose to drain valve C, and connect fill
hose to boiler fill valve F.
3. Close isolation valve D (located inside the boiler).
4. Open fill valve F.
5. Bleed air from boiler heat exchanger via isolation
valve E and out through drain valve C until no more
air noise is audible.
6. Close isolation valve E and open isolation valve D.
7. Bleed air from boiler heat exchanger via isolation
valve D and out through drain valve C until no
more air noise is audible.
8. Close fill and drain valves C and F. Open isolation
valve E.
Note: Isolation valves D and E must be open for
the boiler to operate properly (each flow pipe
through valves D and E is equipped with a
flow switch).
9. a. Close the gas shut-off valve and switch the
control unit ON.
b. Activate venting program (see next steps).
Note: For function and sequence of the venting
program, see page 85.
c. Check the system pressure.
10. Activating the venting program:
Service menu
simultaneously for approximately
- Press OK and
4 seconds.
- “Service functions”
- “Venting”
Venting function is enabled.
Ending venting function:
- Press OK or .
11. Check system pressure.
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12. Ensure adequate fuel supply exists and open gas
shutoff valve.
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Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Check Power Supply Connection
An external accessories connection box is attached to
the Vitodens 200-W, B2HA boiler, which requires a
120VAC power supply from a wall receptacle (15A fuse
protected).
Refer to the Installation Instructions shipped with the
boiler.
IMPORTANT
Voltage range
The voltage at connector 40 of the boiler control must be
120V (see wiring diagram).
Neutral conductor
The electrical power supply must have a neutral
conductor.
In Canada all electrical wiring is to be done in accordance
with the latest edition of CSA C22.1 Part 1 and/or local
codes. In the U.S. use the National Electrical Code ANSI/
NFPA 70. The heating contractor must also comply with
both the Standard for Controls and Safety Devices for
Automatically Fired Boilers, ANSI, ASME CSD-1.
Note: The outer conductor “L “ and the neutral conductor
“N” must not be interchanged.
See wiring diagram on page 86 in section entitled
“Additional Information”.
Designating Heating Circuits
In the delivered condition, the heating circuits are
designated "Heating circuit 1", "Heating circuit 2" and
"Heating circuit 3" (if installed).
If the system user prefers, the heating circuits can be
designated differently to suit the specific system.
To enter names for heating circuits:
Refer to the Operating Instructions
Select Gas Type
Note: the Vitodens 200-W, B2HA boiler is factory set to
operate with natural gas . See following subsection
for conversion instructions to liquid propane gas.
1.
Ensure that the fuel type listed on the boiler rating
plate is the correct type for the installation being
attempted.
2.
Record fuel type in Maintenance Record on page 96.
The Vitodens 200-W boiler is for use with gases whose
characteristics fall within the following ranges.
Do not use any other types of gas.
Natural gas
Heating value (gross)
Btu/ft3
Specific gravity
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Ultimate carbon dioxide (CO2)
%
Liquid propane gas
970 to 1100
2466 to 2542
0.57 to 0.70
1.522 to 1.574
11.7 to 12.2
13.73 to 13.82
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Convert Fuel Type to Liquid Propane Gas
1.
Set adjusting screw A at the gas valve to “2” (using
a hex key, 2.5 mm).
Note: The Vitodens 200-W, B2HA boiler comes
factory adjusted for operation with natural gas.
Coding address “82” is set to “0” (operation
with natural gas) in the factory default setting.
2.
Switch ON/OFF switch “8” to ON.
Note: Slide the black control cover outwards to
access the ON/OFF switch.
3.
Call up coding level 2 (see page 47).
4.
Call up “General”.
5.
In coding address “11” select value “9”.
6.
In coding address “82” select value “1” (operation
with liquid propane gas).
7.
Go back to coding address “11” and select any value
(except “9”).
8.
Terminate coding level 2 and open gas shut-off valve.
9.
Apply supplied fuel conversion labels.
IMPORTANT
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88 and 100 are equipped with
two gas valves. Both have to be converted.
Setting High Altitude
In the factory default setting, the boiler is equipped to
operate in altitudes of up to 5,000 ft. (1,500 m).
Altitude can be set using coding address 93:
(in coding level 2 General).
Coding 11:9 must be set in order to unlock coding 93:.
93:0 is reserved for altitudes up to 5000 ft. (1500 m).
93:6 must be set for altitudes from 5000 ft. (1500 m).
to 10000 ft. (3000 m)
Setting back to 93:0 turns off the high altitude
function.
IMPORTANT
Do not set or use coding addresses 93:1 to 93:5.
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- After setting coding address 93:, set coding address 11:0
- The program is automatically disabled after 20 minutes.
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Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Measure Static Pressure and Running Pressure
1. To measure static and/or running pressure remove
boiler enclosure panel as indicated page 12 in these
instructions.
2. Close gas shutoff valve (field supplied).
3. Loosen screw at inlet gas pressure port A on one of
the two the gas valves, do not remove completely.
Connect manometer.
4. Open the gas shutoff valve.
5. Measure static pressure. Values must be:
14 “w.c. maximum for NG
14 “w.c. maximum for LPG
6. Enter measured value into Maintenance Record on
page 94 in this manual.
7. Start up boiler, using the ON/OFF switch “8” on the
boiler control.
Note: Slide the black control cover outwards to
access the ON/OFF switch.
8. Measure the running pressure; value must be:
Note: Use suitable measuring instruments calibrated
with a minimum resolution of 0.04 “w.c. for
measuring the running pressure.
Running supply pressure with
Corrective action
NG
LPG
under 4
”w.c.
under 10 ”w.c. Do not start the boiler.
Notify your gas supply
utility or LPG supplier.
4 to 14 “w.c. 10 to 14 “w.c. Start up boiler.
over 14 “w.c. over 14 “w.c.
IMPORTANT
A CO measurement (see page 25) must be taken before
and after working on gas appliances to eliminate risks to
health and to guarantee the satisfactory condition of the
system.
IMPORTANT
The burner is automatically ignited and starts operation
after a safety time has elapsed. During initial start-up,
the unit may indicate a fault because of air in the gas
supply pipe (especially for liquid propane gas). After
approximately 5 seconds, press the ”R” button to reset
the burner. The ignition procedure is repeated. This boiler
employs a direct spark ignition system.
WARNING
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Ensure that there is no open flame in the room.
Do not attempt
adjustment. Call local
gas utility to decrease
pressure or install up
stream gas pressure
regulator. Boiler valve
must not be exposed to
pressure over 14 ”w.c.
9. Enter gas type into Maintenance Record on page 96
in this manual.
10. Switch off the ON/OFF switch “8” on the boiler
control, close the gas shut-off valve, remove the
manometer and re-tighten the screw at inlet gas
pressure port A.
WARNING
Never purge a gas line into a combustion chamber.
Never use matches, candles, flame, or other sources of
ignition for purpose of checking leakage. Use a soap and
water solution to check for leakage. A failure to follow
this warning could result in fire, explosion, personal
injury or loss of life.
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Sequence of Operation and Potential Faults During Each Start-up Cycle
Display message
Call for heat by control
no
Measures
Increase set value and ensure
heat is drawn off
yes
Fan starts up
Check the fan, fan connecting cables,
power at the fan and fan control
no
After approx.
51 s fault F9
no
Fault EE
Check the ignition module
(control voltage 120V across
plugs “X2.1” and “X2.2”)
Fault EE
Fault EE Check the gas train
(control voltage 120V); check the
gas supply pressure
Fault EE
Check the ionization electrode
adjustment and the gas line for air locks
yes
Ignition
yes
Gas combination valve opens
no
yes
Ionization current builds
Symbol A
no
yes
Burner in operation
no
Stops below
the set boiler
water
temperature
and restarts
immediately
Check the flue gas system for tightness
(flue gas recirculation), check the gas
flow pressure
Automatic calibration of
the combustion controller
no
For further details regarding faults, see page 70.
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Fault E3
Ensure adequate heat transfer.
Press reset button R.
Fault EB
Check gap between ionization electrode
and burner gauze assembly. Check
allocation of gas type (coding address
82, gas train setting). Check flue system;
remedy flue gas recirculation if required.
Press reset button R.
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yes
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Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Set Maximum Input
The maximum input (or output) for heating operation can
be limited. The limit is set via the modulation range. The
maximum adjustable heating input (or output) is limited
upwards by the boiler coding card.
Note: The input for DHW production can be limited as
well. To do so, change coding address “6F” in
coding level 2.
1.
Press OK and
4 seconds.
simultaneously for approximately
2.
“Service functions”
3.
“Maximum output”
4.
“Change?” Select “Yes”.
A value flashes on the display (e.g.“85”). In the
factory setting, this value represents 100%
of rated input (or output).
5.
Select required value.
Check All Primary and Secondary Circuit Connections for Leaks
Check heating system and domestic hot water
connections (if applicable). Ensure all connections are
pressure tight. Correct any leaks found on fittings, pumps,
valves, etc.
Perform Combustion Analysis
IMPORTANT
A CO measurement (see page 27) must be taken before
and after working on gas appliances to eliminate risks to
health and to guarantee the satisfactory condition of the
system.
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Record the measured combustion values in the sequence
stated in the Maintenance Record on page 94 in this
manual.
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Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Check Coaxial Venting System for Leaks
(circular air gap measurement)
Viessmann strongly recommends that the heating
contractor perform a simplified leak test during boiler
start-up. For this purpose it is sufficient to measure
the CO2 concentration of the combustion air in the
coaxial gap of the air intake pipe. The vent pipe is
considered sufficiently leak-proof if a CO2 concentration
in the combustion air no higher than 0.2% or an O2
concentration no lower than 20.6% is measured.
If higher CO2 values or lower O2 values are measured,
check venting system thoroughly.
Note: The vent pipe adaptor comes with two
measurement ports, one for combustion air-intake
measurement and one for flue gas measurement.
Remove Burner Assembly
1.
Switch the main power supply and the ON/OFF
switch “8” on the boiler control to OFF.
Note: Slide the black control cover outwards to
access the ON/OFF switch.
2.
Shut off the gas valve.
3.
Unlock control unit A and fold down. Remove
cover B.
Pull the cables from the fan motor C, gas valves
D, ionization electrode G, ignition module E
and grounding wire F.
4.
5.
Release gas supply pipe fitting H.
Note: There is a gasket between the gas valve and
the fitting.
6.
Loosen the six Torx (T-30) screws K and remove
burner.
7.
Check burner gasket L for damage and replace if
required. Generally replace the burner gasket every
2 years.
CAUTION
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To avoid damage to the burner, do not lay burner on its
cylindrical burner tube or touch the burner tube mesh.
Failure to heed this caution may cause damage to the
burner tube, which may lead to improper operation.
Start-up and Service
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Checking the Flue Gas Flapper
1.
Undo three screws and remove fan A.
2.
Remove the flue gas flapper B.
3.
Check the flapper and gasket for dirt and damage.
Replace as necessary.
4.
Refit the flue gas flapper B.
5.
Refit fan A and secure with three screws.
Torque: 2.2 lb.ft. (3.0 Nm).
Check Burner Refractory
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Check the burner refractory ring C and cylinder burner
assembly E for damage and replace if necessary.
1.
Remove electrode block and ionization electrode A.
2.
Undo the three retaining clips B at the refractory
ring C and remove refractory ring C.
3.
Loosen the four Torx screws D and remove cylinder
burner assembly E and assembly gasket F.
4.
Fit and secure new cylinder burner assembly E and
new assembly gasket F. Tighten to a torque of
3.3 lb.ft. (4.5 Nm) using a calibrated torque wrench.
5.
Reinstall refractory ring C and secure with retaining
clip B.
6.
Reinstall electrode block and ionization electrode A.
Tighten to a torque of 2.6 lb.ft. (3.5 Nm) using a
calibrated torque wrench.
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Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Check and Adjust Ignition and Ionization Electrodes
1. Check the ignition electrodes A and ionization
electrode B for wear and contamination.
2. Clean electrodes with small brush (not a wire brush)
or emery paper (cloth).
3. Check electrode gaps. If the gaps are not as specified,
or the electrodes are damaged, replace and align the
electrodes with new gaskets. Tighten the electrode
fixing screws to a torque of 1.5 lb.ft. (2 Nm)
using a calibrated torque wrench.
Clean Combustion Chamber/Heat Exchanger Surface
Follow cleaning agent manufacturer‘s safety instructions
and wear appropriate protective equipment.
WARNING
Never use a metal wire brush or mechanically driven
brushes.
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Remove front enclosure panel (if still installed) as
per the instructions on page 12 in this manual, and
reinstall panel upon completion of service work.
2.
Remove burner assembly as per instruction on page 20.
Note: Be careful not to scratch parts which are in
contact with flue gas. Use plastic brushes, not
wire brushes!
Follow Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) of
the cleaning agent manufacturer.
The cleaning agents must not contain
hydrocarbon-based solvents or potassium.
3.
Use a vacuum cleaner to remove residues from heat
exchanger A inside the combustion chamber.
4.
If necessary, clean the combustion chamber and
heat exchanger surface A with a soft brush and/or
rinse with water.
Use solvent-free cleaning agents to remove residues:
- Remove coatings and (yellowish brown) surface
discoloration with phosphoric acid-based “Antox
75 E Plus”, or citric acid-based CitriSurf 3050 or
CitriSurf 77 by Stellar Solutions Inc.
- Rinse thoroughly with water.
5.
Avoid getting the refractory wet during cleaning.
6.
Install burner assembly.
7.
Mount burner (six screws) and tighten diagonally
to a torque of 6.3 lb.ft. (8.5 Nm).
8.
Fasten threaded connection for the gas connection
hose with a new gasket or O-ring and torque to
6.3 lb.ft. (8.5 Nm).
Connect electrical cables to corresponding parts.
9.
IMPORTANT
Perform gas leak test.
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WARNING
1.
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Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Check Condensate Drain
Cleaning condensate trap (during regular maintenance)
1.
Remove rubber cap D from below the condensate trap.
2.
Unscrew threaded cap E from the condensate trap C.
Note: After unscrewing the threaded cap E it may
be necessary to pry off to remove.
3.
Clean out any debris from the condensate trap C.
4.
Reinstall threaded cap E and rubber cap D.
5.
Undo union nut F and pull off condensate trap C
downwards.
6.
Fill condensate trap C with water.
7.
Reassemble in reverse order.
IMPORTANT
Legend
A Open or vented field supplied drainage system
B Flexible discharge tubing
C Condensate trap
D Rubber cap
E Threaded cap
F Union nut
If the condensate does not drain freely, condensate will
accumulate in bottom part of boiler resulting in a burner
shut-down (fault message).
IMPORTANT
Pipe ventilation must take place between the condensate
trap and the neutralization unit (if applicable).
Refer to Installation Instructions
Neutralization Unit (if applicable)
Examples of condensate drain installation
IMPORTANT
Do not connect the drain pipe from any other appliance,
such as water softener backwash pipe, to Vitodens
condensate drain pipe.
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Air gap
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Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Check Neutralization Unit (if applicable)
1. Check the pH value of the condensate with pH
measuring strip. If the pH value is less than 6.5,
replace granulate.
2. If contaminated:
Rinse neutralization unit with tap water.
3. Add granulate as marked.
Refer to Installation Instructions
Neutralization Unit (if applicable)
IMPORTANT
pH measuring strip must be field supplied.
IMPORTANT
The granulate is consumed as it neutralizes the
condensate. The red marking indicates the minimum
filling level.
Check Diaphragm Expansion Tank and System Pressure
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1.
Drain boiler/system and reduce pressure until the
manometer reading is “0”.
2.
If the nitrogen pressure of the precharged expansion
tank is less than the static pressure of the system,
inflate membrane pressure to slightly exceed pressure
of system.
The static pressure required at the tank is based
upon the static height of the system. The system
fill pressure value must be equal to the expansion
tank pressure value at approximately 60ºF (15.6ºC).
Note: Static head of 33 ft. (10 m) (distance
between boiler and topmost heat emitter
surface) corresponds to a static pressure of
1 bar (15 psig).
3.
Top up with water until filling pressure is higher than
the inlet pressure of the diaphragm expansion tank.
Note: With the system cold, the filling pressure must
be approximately 3 psig higher than the static
pressure.
Maximum operating pressure: 60 psig
Minimum operating pressure: 14 psig
4.
When starting up the system for the first time,
mark this value as the minimum filling pressure on
the manometer.
Note: A lower manometer reading usually indicates
loss of water due to leakage. All leaks must
be repaired.
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Perform check with the system cold.
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Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Check Functioning of Safety Valves
Ensure proper operation of low water cut-off(s)
(if applicable), pressure relief valve, and pump(s).
Check pressure gage, air vent and pressure relief valve.
Ensure that pressure relief valve does not leak and that
it operates in accordance with information provided by
the manufacturer.
Refer to maintenance instructions supplied
with low water cut-offs, pumps, etc.
Flush float water type low water cut-offs (if used).
Follow local regulations with respect to backflow
preventers.
If oil-lubricated pumps are used, ensure proper lubrication.
If motorized zone valves are used, refer to maintenance
instructions provided with zone valves.
Check Electrical Connections
Ensure all plug-in connectors and strain reliefs make
positive contact and are seated properly.
Refer to the Installation Instructions
Check Gas Pipes and Fittings for Leaks
WARNING
The gas supply piping must be leak tested before placing
the boiler in operation.
CAUTION
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Ensure all joints of gas line are pressure tight and that
gas valves do not leak when under normal operating
pressure (use approved leak detection liquid).
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Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Clock Natural Gas Meter
Clock natural gas meter to verify input.
1. Ensure all other gas equipment served by the meter
is turned off during timing of gas input to the
Vitodens 200-W, B2HA boiler.
2.
Measure the time in seconds it takes for the boiler
to use (for example) 10 ft3 of gas. Multiply 3600 x
10 then divide it by the time (the number of seconds
you measure 10 ft3 of gas). Multiply this
number by the calorific (heating) value of gas.
Obtain gas heating value (Btu per cubic foot) from
the gas supplier or use nominal value of 1000 Btu
per ft3.
For example:
A Vitodens 200-W, B2HA 80 boiler (285,000 Btu/h input)
requires 126.3 seconds to use 10 ft3 of natural gas.
Therefore:
3,600 sec./h x 10 ft3 (revolutions)
36,000/126.3 x 1000 = 285,035 (10 ft3) Btu/h input.
The boiler input is correct.
Natural gas input formula for ft3 gas meter.
(for low altitude only):
INPUT=(3600/t) x 1000
t=time (sec.) for 1 ft3
Natural gas input formula for metric (m3) gas meter:
(for low altitude only)
INPUT=(3600 x .01 x 1000 x 35.31) T where
T = TIME (sec.) for .01 m3 natural gas
IMPORTANT
A boiler under fired by 5% is acceptable. Do not over fire
the boiler.
CAUTION
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Always contact your gas utility to obtain the correct
heating value before clocking the meter.
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Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Check CO2 Setting
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The Vitodens 200-W, B2HA boiler is equipped with the
Combustion Management System developed by
Viessmann which ensures optimal combustion quality
independent of gas quality and type. (For a description of
the Combustion Management System, see page 30 in this
manual). During initial start-up and maintenance you will
only need to check the CO2 and O2 content at the boiler
vent pipe adaptor.
Note: The Vitodens 200-W, B2HA boiler comes factory set
to operation with natural gas. (For instructions on how
to convert to operation with liquid propane gas, see
page 16). For high-altitude operation above 5,000 ft.
(1,500 m), see page 16. The MatriX cylinder burner
of this boiler is preset for the entire gas group. No
adjustment or readjustment of the burner is required.
1.
Connect a flue gas analyzer to test port A at boiler
vent pipe adaptor.
2.
Open gas shut-off valve, start up boiler and create
heat demand.
3.
Selecting low/high fire:
Service menu
- Press OK and
simultaneously for approximately
4 seconds.
- “Actuator test”
- Selecting low fire: select “Base load OFF”.
Then “Base load ON” appears and the burner
operates in low fire.
4.
Measure CO2 and O2 content at boiler vent pipe
adaptor. If the measured values deviated by more
than 1% from the ranges for the respective fuel
type listed in the right column or in the table on
page 30.
- check the venting system for leaks
(see subsection on page 20).
- check that the boiler is set for the gas type used
(see subsection on page 15).
CO2 content range:
- 7.5 to 10.5% for natural gas
- 9.0 to 11.3% for LPG
O2 content range:
- 3.8 to 7.3% for all gas types
5.
Enter measured values into the Maintenance Record
on page 96. Terminate by selecting ‘all actuators off’.
6.
Selecting high fire: select “Full load OFF”. Then
“Full load ON” appears and the burner operates in
high fire.
7.
Measure CO2 and O2 content at boiler vent pipe
adaptor. If the measured values deviated by more
than 1% from the ranges listed in the right column
or in the table on page 30.
- check the venting system for leaks
(see subsection on page 20).
- check that the boiler is set for the gas type used
(see subsection on page 15).
CO2 content range:
- 7.5 to 10.5% for natural gas
- 9.0 to 11.3% for LPG
O2 content range:
- 3.8 to 7.3% for all gas types
8.
Press
to exit actuator test after testing and enter
measured values into the Maintenance Record on
page 96.
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Outdoor Reset Programming Unit
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Start-up and Shutdown
Starting the heating system
1. Check the heating system pressure at the pressure
gauge. The heating system pressure is too low if
the indicator points to the area below 15 psi.
In this case, top up with water or notify your local
heating contractor.
Legend
A Fault indicator (red)
B ON indicator (green)
C Reset button
D ON/OFF switch
E Pressure gauge
2.
For room air dependent operation:
Check that the ventilation apertures of the installation
room are open and unrestricted.
Note: With room air dependent operation, the
combustion air is drawn from the boiler room.
3.
For Vitodens:
Open the gas shut-off valve.
Note: Ask your heating contractor to explain the
positioning and handling of these components.
4.
Switch ON the power supply, e.g. at a separate
power switch or fuse.
5.
Turn the ON/OFF switch “8“ ON. After a short time,
the standard menu is displayed and the green ON
indicator illuminates. Your heating system and, if
installed, your remote controls are now ready for
operation.
Note: Slide the black control cover outwards to
access the ON/OFF switch.
Menu
There are two control levels available, the “Standard menu” and the “Extended menu”.
Standard menu
Note: If your heating system has 2 or 3 heating circuits:
You can select the heating circuit “HC1”, “HC2”
or “HC3” to be displayed in the standard menu.
If your heating system only has 1 heating circuit:
No heating circuit name “HC...” is shown in the
header.
In the standard menu, you can adjust and scan the most
frequently used settings for the heating circuit shown in
the header:
Press the following keys to set room temperature:
for the required value
OK to confirm
Heating programs:
9 Standby mode with frost protection monitoring
wOnly DHW
wzHeating and DHW
Press the following keys:
for the required heating program
OK to confirm
Note: 2 minutes after any setting has been made, the
display automatically reverts to the standard menu.
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Legend
A Header (shows the heating program for displayed
heating circuit D)
B Current outside temperature
C Set room temperature
D Heating circuit which is selected for operation
in the standard menu
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Menu
Outdoor Reset Programming Unit
(continued)
Note: For any other connected heating circuits, use the
settings in the extended menu.
Call up the standard menu as follows:
- If the screen saver is active
- Press any key except ?.
If you are somewhere in the menu:
until the standard menu appears.
Keep pressing
Symbols on the display
These symbols are not always displayed, but appear
subject to the system version and the operating state.
Heating programs
9 Standby mode with frost protection monitoring
w Only DHW
wz Heating and DHW
Displays
HC1 (2, 3) To display the heating circuit selected
in the standard menu
To change this, see page 28
e Frost protection monitoring
s Central heating with standard temperature
m Central heating with reduced temperature
Party mode enabled
Economy mode enabled
In conjunction with a solar thermal system
Solar circuit pump running
A Burner in operation
Messages
Service message
Fault message
Extended menu
In the extended menu, you can adjust and scan the
settings from the control unit’s range of functions used
less frequently, (e.g. time programs and holiday programs).
The menu overview can be found on page 28.
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Legend
A Dialogue line
Call up the extended menu
If the screen saver is active:
Press any key except ?, and then press
If you are somewhere in the menu:
Press
.
.
How to use the controls
The screen saver will become active if you have not
adjusted any settings on the programming unit for a
few minutes. The display brightness is reduced.
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Outdoor Reset Programming Unit
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Functional Description
Space heating mode
The control unit calculates a boiler water setpoint
temperature based on the outdoor or room temperature
(where a room temperature dependent remote control is
connected) and on the slope/shift of the heating curve.
The computed boiler water setpoint temperature is
transmitted to the burner control unit.
From the boiler water setpoint and the actual temperature
the burner control calculates the degree of modulation
required, and regulates the burner accordingly. The
maximum operating boiler water temperature is limited in
the burner control unit to 176ºF (80ºC) by the electronic
temperature control. The maximum adjustable high limit
of the boiler is 190ºF (88ºC). The fixed high limits of the
safety chain interlock the burner control unit at 210ºF
(99ºC) boiler water temperature.
Domestic hot water supply with gas-fired space heating
boiler
Domestic hot water heating is activated when the tank
temperature is 4.5ºF (2.5ºC) below the tank temperature
setpoint value. The burner and the tank DHW pump are
switched on. In the factory default setting, the desired
boiler water temperature is set at 36ºF (20ºC) above
the tank temperature setpoint value. When the actual
tank temperature rises 4.5ºF (2.5ºC) above the tank
temperature setpoint value, the burner is switched off
and the time delay function of the tank DHW pump is
activated.
The temperature differential of 4.5º F (2.5º C) can be
adjusted in coding level 2, address “59” DHW boost
heating / additional heating function. This function
will heat your DHW tank to a second DHW setpoint
temperature within the fourth time phase. It can act as
an “Anti-Legionnaire-Function” if the DHW supply is not
heated to 140ºF (60ºC) during the regular time schedule.
You can activate this function by selecting a switching
period for the fourth time phase. (See Vitodens 200-W,
B2HA Operating Instructions.)
The temperature setpoint for this function is adjustable in
coding address “58”.
Combustion Management System
Air factor λ - CO2/O2 content
O2 content (%)
Air factor λ
1.20
3.8
1.24
4.4
1.27
4.9
1.30
5.3
1.34
5.7
1.37
6.1
1.40
6.5
1.44
6.9
1.48
7.3
The relationship between the CO2 or O2 content and air
factor λ is illustrated in the table below.
To achieve an optimum combustion control, the system
regularly performs an automatic self-calibration; also after
a power failure (shutdown). For this, the combustion is
briefly regulated to max. ionization current (equals air factor
λ=1). The automatic calibration is performed shortly after
the burner starts and lasts approximately 5 seconds.
During the calibration, higher than normal CO emissions
may occur briefly.
CO2 content (%) for natural gas
9.6
9.2
9.0
8.7
8.5
8.3
8.1
7.8
7.6
CO2 content (%) for liquid propane gas
11.3
10.9
10.6
10.3
10.0
9.8
9.6
9.3
9.0
The Vitodens 200-W, B2HA boilers come equipped with Lambda Pro, the industry’s first intelligent combustion
management system.
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The combustion management system utilizes the physical
correlation between the level of the ionization current
and the air factor λ. For all gas qualities, the maximum
ionization current results with air factor λ.
The ionization signal is evaluated by the combustion
management system, and the air factor is adjusted to
between λ=1.24 and 1.44. This range provides for an
optimum combustion quality. Thereafter, the electronic
gas valve regulates the required gas volume based on the
prevailing gas quality.
To check the combustion quality, the CO2 content or the
O2 content of the flue gas is measured. The actual values
enable the prevailing air factor to be determined.
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Outdoor Reset Programming Unit
Installation Examples
System type 1
System Examples for codes 00:1 and 00:2
Heating system with one heating circuit without mixing
valve A1 with/without DHW heating, with/without low
loss header.
Matching the control unit to the heating system
The control unit must be matched to the equipment
level of the system. Various system components are
recognized automatically by the control unit and the
relevant codes are adjusted automatically.
- For the selection of an appropriate type, see the
following diagrams.
- For coding steps, starting on page 39.
Function/system components
Code
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Adjust
Group
One heating circuit without mixing
valve A1 (heating circuit 1),
without DHW heating
00:1 General/1
One heating circuit with mixing
valve A1 (heating circuit 2), with
DHW heating (code is adjusted
automatically)
00:2 General/1
System with low loss header
04:0
Boiler/2
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Outdoor Reset Programming Unit
Installation Examples
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
(continued)
System type 2
System Examples for codes 00:3 and 00:4
Heating system with one heating circuit with mixing valve
M2 with system separation, with/without DHW heating,
with/without low loss header.
Function/system components
Code
Adjust
32
Group
General/1
- without DHW tank
- with DHW tank
00:3
00:4
System with low loss header
04:0
Boiler/2
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Heating system with one heating
circuit without mixing valve, with/
without domestic hot water heating
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Installation Examples
Outdoor Reset Programming Unit
(continued)
System type 3
System Examples for code 00:5 and 00:6
Heating system with one heating circuit without mixing
valve, one heating circuit with mixing valve, one heating
circuit with mixing valve and system separation, with/
without domestic hot water heating (with and without
low loss header).
Function/system components
Code
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Adjust
System with one heating circuit
without mixing valve A1 (heating
circuit 1) and one heating circuit
with mixing valve M2 (heating
circuit 2), (code is adjusted
automatically)
- without DHW heating
- with DHW heating
00:5
00:6
System with low loss header
04:0
Group
General/1
Boiler/2
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Outdoor Reset Programming Unit
Installation Examples
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
(continued)
System type 4
System Example for code 00:7 and 00:8
Heating system with one heating circuit with mixing
valve, one heating circuit with mixing valve M2 (with
extension kit), one heating circuit with mixing valve M3
(with extension kit) and low loss header (with/without
DHW heating).
Function/system components
Code
Adjust
System only with two heating
circuits with mixing valve with
extension kit for mixing valve
(without unregulated heating
circuit)
- with DHW tank
- without DHW tank
00:8
00:7
System with low loss header
04:0
Group
General/1
Boiler/2
System type 5
System Example for code 00:9 and 00:10
Heating system with one heating circuit with mixing
valve, one heating circuit with mixing valve M2 (with
extension kit), one heating circuit with mixing valve M3
(with extension kit) and low loss header (with/without
DHW heating).
Function/system components
Code
Adjust
System with low loss header
34
General/1
00:9
00:10
04:0
Boiler/2
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System with one heating circuit
without mixing valve A1 (heating
circuit 1), one heating circuit with
mixing valve M2 (heating circuit 2)
and one heating circuit with mixing
valve M3 (heating circuit 3), without
DHW heating (code is adjusted
automatically)
- without DHW tank
- with DHW tank
Group
Outdoor Reset Programming Unit
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Installation Examples
(continued)
System Example for multiple boilers
Multi boiler system with several heating circuits with
mixing valve and low loss header (with/without DHW
heating)
Function/system components
Code
Adjust
Group
Multi boiler system with Vitotronic
300-K, MW2C control
01:2
General/1
System with low loss header
04:0
Boiler/2
Note: Codes for multi boiler system, see Vitotronic 300-K,
MW2C control Service Instructions.
Heating Curve Adjustment
The heating curves represent the relationship between
the outdoor temperature and the boiler water or supply
temperature.
Put simply: The lower the outdoor temperature, the
higher the boiler water or supply temperature.
In turn, the room temperature is dependent on the boiler
water or supply temperature.
If a different room temperature is set, the curves are
shifted parallel to the desired room temperature axis.
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Boiler water or supply
temperature
The control unit regulates the boiler water temperature
(= supply temperature of heating circuit without mixing
valve) and the supply temperature of the heating circuit
with mixing valve (in conjunction with the accessory
kit for a heating circuit with mixing valve) according to
the outdoor temperature. The boiler water temperature
is automatically raised by 0 to 72 F / 0 to 40 K higher
than the currently required set supply temperature (in the
factory default setting the differential temperature is
14.4 F / 8 K). See coding address “9F” in General Group.
Room
set-point
temperature
The supply temperature that is required to achieve a given
room temperature depends on the heating system and
the thermal insulation of the building that is being heated.
The adjustment of the two heating curves is used to
match the boiler water temperature and the supply
temperature to these conditions. The boiler water
temperature is limited upwards by the fixed high limit
and the temperature set for the electronic high limit.
The supply temperature cannot rise above the boiler water
temperature.
Factory settings:
H slope = 1.4
H shift = 0
Note: If the heating system includes heating circuits with
mixing valves, then the flow temperature of the
heating circuit without mixing valve is higher by a
selected differential (8 K in the factory setting) than
the flow temperature of the heating circuits with
mixing valves. The differential temperature can be
changed at coding address 9F.
A Low-temperature heating system,
e.g. radiant floor heating, 0.2 - 0.7
B Medium-temperature heating system, e.g. cast iron
radiation, panel radiant floor heating, 0.7 - 1.2
C High-temperature heating system,
e.g. fintube radiation, fan coils,1.2 - 1.5
Outdoor temperature
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Outdoor Reset Programming Unit
Heating Curve Adjustment
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
(continued)
Changing the slope and level
Extended menu:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Select “Heating” - OK
Heating circuit selection
Accept with OK
Heating curve - OK
Slope or level - OK
Change with
Select heating curve according to the system
requirements.
9. Exit
Standard Room Temperature
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Select “Heating”
Heating circuit selection
OK
Room temperature setpoint - OK
Change with
Accept with OK
Refer to the Operating Instructions
Example 1: Adjusting the room temperature setpoint from
68ºF to 79ºF (20ºC to 26ºC)
A
B
C
D
E
Boiler water temperature / Supply temperature
Outdoor temperature
Room temperature setpoint
Heating circuit pump “OFF”
Heating circuit pump “ON”
Room Temperature Setback
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Select “Heating”
Heating circuit selection
OK
Red room temperature setpoint - OK
Change with
Accept with OK
Example 2: Adjusting the room temperature setback from
41ºF to 57ºF (5ºC to 14ºC)
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A
B
C
D
E
Boiler water temperature / Supply temperature
Outdoor temperature
Room temperature setpoint
Heating circuit pump “OFF”
Heating circuit pump “ON”
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Refer to the Operating Instructions.
Outdoor Reset Programming Unit
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Connecting the Boiler Control to a LON System
Updating the LON participant list
Scanning and resetting the “Service” display
Only possible if all participants are connected and the
control unit is programmed to be fault manager (coding
address “79:1”).
After the limits specified in coding addresses “21” and
“23” have been reached, the red fault indicator flashes
and the following appears on the programming unit
display:
“Service” and “ ”
Performing a LON participant check
Communication with the system devices connected to
the fault manager is tested by means of a participant
check.
Preconditions:
The control unit must be programmed as fault
manager (code “79:1”)
The LON participant number must be programmed
in all control units (see page 37)
The LON participant list in the fault manager must
be up to date
Performing the participant check:
1. Press OK and
simultaneously for approximately
4 seconds.
2. “Service functions”
3. “Participant check”
4. Select participant (e.g. participant 10).
The participant check for the selected participant is initiated.
Successfully tested participants are designated with
“OK”.
Unsuccessfully tested participants are designated
with “Not OK”.
Note: To carry out a new participant check, create a
new participant list with menu item “Delete list?”
Scanning and resetting service display
Press OK to acknowledge a service message.
Note: An acknowledged service message that was not
reset reappears:
- On the following Monday.
After a service has been carried out (reset service)
1. Press OK and
simultaneously for approximately
4 seconds.
2. “Service functions”
3. “Service reset”
Note: The selected service parameters for hours run
and time interval restart at 0.
Instructing the system user
The system installer must hand the operating instructions
to the system user and instruct the user in the operation
of the system.
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Note: If the participant check is carried out by another
control unit, the participant number and “Wink”
are shown on the display for approx. 1 minute.
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Outdoor Reset Programming Unit
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Connecting the Boiler Control to a LON System
The LON communication module (accessory) must be
connected.
Note: The data transfer via the LON can take several
minutes.
(continued)
Note: In the same LON system, the same participant
number cannot be allocated twice. Only one
Vitotronic may be programmed as fault manager.
Refer to the Installation Instructions for
the LON communication module
Single boiler system with Vitotronic 200-H, HK1B mixing
valve control and Vitocom LON communication module
Set the LON participant numbers and other functions
via coding level 2 (see table below)
Boiler control unit
Vitotronic 200-H
Vitotronic 200-H
Vitocom
(e.g. HK1B mixing valve
control)
(e.g. HK1B *1 multiple
mixing valve control)
*1
Participant no. 1
Code “77:1”
Participant no. 10
Code “77:10”
Participant no. 11
Set code “77:11”
Participant no. 99
Control unit is fault
manager
Code “79:1”
Control unit is not fault
manager
Code “79:0”
Control unit is not fault
manager
Code “79:0”
Device is fault manager
Control unit transmits the
time
Code “7B:1”
The control unit receives
the time
Set code “81:3”
The control unit receives
the time
Set code “81:3”
Device receives the time
Control unit transmits
outside temperature
Set code “97:2”
Control unit receives
outside temperature
Set code “97:1”
Control unit receives
outside temperature
Set code “97:1”
--
LON participant fault
monitoring
Code “9C:20”
LON participant fault
monitoring
Code “9C:20”
LON participant fault
monitoring
Code “9C:20”
--
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Refer to the separate Installation Instructions of accessories.
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*1
LON communication
module
Coding 1
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
General
Calling up coding level 1
Note: Codes are displayed as plain text.
Codes that have no function due to the heating
system equipment level or the setting of other
codes are not displayed.
Heating systems with one heating circuit without
mixing valve and one or two heating circuits with
mixing valve:
The heating circuit without a mixing valve is
designated “Heating circuit 1” and the heating
circuits with mixing valve as “Heating circuit 2”
or “Heating circuit 3”.
If the heating circuits were given individual designations,
the selected designation and “HC1”, “HC2” or “HC3”
appear instead:
1. Press OK and
simultaneously for approximately 4
seconds.
2. “Coding level 1”
3. Select group of required coding address:
- “General”
- “Boiler”
- “DHW”
- “Solar”
- “Heating circuit 1/2/3”
- “All codes std device”
In this group, all coding addresses from coding level 1
(except the coding addresses from the “Solar”group)
are displayed in ascending order.
4. Select coding address.
5. Select value according to the following tables and
confirm with OK.
6. If you want to reset all codes to their factory setting:
Select “Standard setting” in “Coding level 1”.
Note: This also resets codes from coding level 2.
Select “General”
Coding
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
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System design
00:1
System type 1:
One heating circuit
without mixing valve
A1 (heating circuit 1),
without DHW heating
00:2
to
00:10
For system type,
see the following table:
Value address
00: ...
System type
Description
2
1
One heating circuit without mixing valve A1 (heating circuit 1), with DHW
heating (code is adjusted automatically).
3
2
One heating circuit with mixing valve M2 (heating circuit 2), without DHW
heating.
4
2
One heating circuit with mixing valve (heating circuit 2), with DHW heating.
5
3
One heating circuit without mixing valve A1 (heating circuit 1) and one
heating circuit with mixing valve M2 (heating circuit 2), without DHW
heating (code is adjusted automatically).
6
3
One heating circuit without mixing valve A1 (heating circuit 1) and one
heating circuit with mixing valve M2 (heating circuit 2), with DHW heating
(code is adjusted automatically).
7
4
One heating circuit with mixing valve M2 (heating circuit 2) and one heating
circuit with mixing valve M3 (heating circuit 3), without DHW heating.
8
4
One heating circuit with mixing valve M2 (heating circuit 2) and one heating
circuit with mixing valve M3 (heating circuit 3), with DHW heating.
9
5
One heating circuit without mixing valve A1 (heating circuit 1), one heating
circuit with mixing valve M2 (heating circuit 2) and one heating circuit with
mixing valve M3 (heating circuit 3), without DHW heating (code is adjusted
automatically).
10
5
One heating circuit without mixing valve A1 (heating circuit 1), one heating
circuit with mixing valve M2 (heating circuit 2) and one heating circuit with
mixing valve M3 (heating circuit 3), with DHW heating (code is adjusted
automatically).
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Coding 1
General
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
(continued)
Coding in the factory set mode
Possible change
Internal circulation pump function
51:0
System with low loss header:
Internal circulation pump always
starts when there is a heat
demand
51:1
System with low loss header:
When there is a heat demand,
the internal circulation pump
is only started if the burner is
operating.
Circulation pump is switched
off after a 60 sec. delay.
51:2
System with heating water
buffer DHW tank:
When there is a heat demand,
the internal circulation pump
is only started if the burner is
operating.
Circulation pump is switched
off after a 60 sec. delay.
77:2
to
77:99
LON participant number,
adjustable from 1 to 98:
1 - 8 = Boiler
9 = Cascade
10 - 98 = Vitotronic 200-H
Participant no.
77:1
LON participant number
Note: Allocate each number
only once.
Detached house/apartment building
7F:1
Detached house
7F:0
Apartment building
Separate adjustment of holiday
program and time program for
DHW heating possible.
Operation in the standard menu
and extended menu enabled.
Note: The respective code is
only activated when you
exit the service menu.
8F:1
Operation in standard menu
and extended menu blocked.
Emissions test mode can be
enabled.
8F:2
Operation enabled in the
standard menu and blocked
in the extended menu.
Emissions test mode can be
enabled.
9B:0
to
9B:127
Set flow temperature for
external demand adjustable
from 32 to 260°F (0 to 127°C)
(limited by boiler-specific
parameters).
Lock out controls
8F:0
9B:70
40
Set flow temperature for
external demand 158°F (70°C)
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Set flow temperature for external demand
Coding 1
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Boiler
Select “Boiler”
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
Single/multi boiler system
01:1
Single boiler system
01:2
Multi boiler system with Vitotronic
300-K control.
Boiler number in multi boiler
systems
07:2
to
07:8
Boiler number 2 to 8 in multi-boiler
systems.
No service interval (hours run)
selected
21:1
to
21:100
Number of hours run before the
burner should be serviced is
adjustable from 100 to 10,000 h
One adjusting step ≙ 100 h.
No time interval for burner
service
23:1
to
23:24
Interval adjustable from 1 to 24
months.
No “Service” display
24:1
“Service” display (the address is
automatically set and must be
manually reset after a service has
been carried out).
Venting (bleeding) program/fill
program disabled
2F:1
Venting (bleeding) program
enabled.
2F:2
Fill program enabled.
Boiler number
07:1
Burner service in 100 hours
21:0
Service interval in months
23:0
Service status
24:0
Filling/Venting
2F:0
DHW
Select “DHW”
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
Set DHW temperature reheating suppression
67:40
For solar DHW heating:
Set DHW temperature 104°F
(40°C). Reheating is
suppressed above the selected
set temperature (boiler is only
connected as backup if the
rise in DHW tank temperature
is too low).
Cannot be adjusted on gas
condensing combi-boilers.
67:0
to
67:95
Set DHW temperature adjustable
from 32 to 203°F (0 to 95°C)
(limited by boiler-specific
parameters).
Enable DHW recirculation pump
73:0
DHW recirculation pump: “ON” 73:1
in accordance with the time
to
program
73:6
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73:7
“ON” from once per hour for 5
minutes up to 6 times per hour for
5 minutes during the time program.
Constantly “ON”
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Coding 1
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Solar
Select “Solar”
Note: The solar group is only displayed if a solar control module, type SM1, is connected.
Coding
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
Speed control solar circuit pump
02:0
Solar circuit pump is not
speed-controlled.
02:1
Solar circuit pump is speedcontrolled with wave packet
control.
02:2
Solar circuit pump is speedcontrolled with PWM control.
The solar circuit pump is
switched off when the
actual DHW tank
temperature reaches
140°F (60°C) (maximum
DHW tank temperature).
08:10
to
08:90
Set DHW temperature adjustable
from 50 to 194°F (10 to 90°C).
To protect the system
components and heat
transfer medium, the speed
of the solar circuit pump is
reduced when the differential
between the actual DHW
tank temperature and the set
DHW tank temperature is
less than 5 K.
0A:0
Stagnation time reduction
disabled.
0A:1
to
0A:40
Temperature differential adjustable
from 1 to 40 K.
Solar circuit flow rate at
the maximum pump speed
1.85 (7 L/minute).
0F:1
to
0F:255
Flow rate adjustable from
0.03 to 6.74 GPM (0.1 to 25.5 L/
minute);
0.03 GPM (1 step ≙ 0.1 L/minute).
20:1
Additional function for DHW
heating.
20:2
Differential temperature control 2.
20:3
Differential temperature control 2
and auxiliary function.
20:4
Differential temperature control 2
for central heating backup.
20:5
Thermostat function.
20:6
Thermostat function and auxiliary
function.
20:7
Solar heating via external heat
exchanger without additional
temperature sensor.
20:8
Solar heating via external heat
exchanger with additional
temperature sensor.
20:9
Solar heating of two DHW tanks.
DHW tank maximum temperature
08:60
Stagnation time reduction
0A:5
Flow rate solar circuit
0F:70
20:0
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No extended control
function enabled.
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Extended solar control functions
Coding 1
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Heating Circuit 1, 2 and 3
Select “Heating circuit ...”
Coding
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
Priority DHW heating
A2:2
DHW tank priority applicable to A2:0
heating circuit pump and mixing
valve
Without DHW tank priority
applied to heating circuit pump
and mixing valve.
A2:1
DHW tank priority only applicable
to mixing valve.
A2:3
to
A2:15
Reduced priority applied to mixing
valve (the heating circuit receives
a reduced amount of energy).
A5:0
Without heating circuit pump
logic function.
A5:1
to
A5:15
With heating circuit pump logic
function: Heating circuit pump
“OFF”; see following table.
Economy function outside temperature
A5:5
With heating circuit pump logic
function (economy mode):
Heating circuit pump “OFF”
when the outside temperature
(AT) is 1 K higher than the set
room temperature (RTset)
AT > RTset + 1 K
Parameter address A5:...
With heating circuit pump logic function: Heating circuit pump “OFF”
1
AT > RTset + 5 K
2
AT > RTset + 4 K
3
AT > RTset + 3 K
4
AT > RTset + 2 K
5
AT > RTset + 1 K
6
AT > RTset
7
to
15
AT > RTset - 1 K
AT > RTset - 9 K
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
Extended economy function adjusted outside temperature
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A6:36
Extended economy function
disabled
A6:5
to
A6:35
Extended economy function
enabled, i.e. the burner and
heating circuit pump will stop
and the mixing valve close at
a variable value, adjustable
between 41 and 95°F (5 and
35°C) plus 1.8°F (1°C). The
base value is the adjusted outside
temperature. This value is based
on the actual outside temperature
and a time constant, which takes
the cooling down of an average
building into consideration.
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Coding 1
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Heating Circuit 1, 2 and 3
(continued)
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
Extended economy function mixing valve
A7:0
Without mixing valve economy
function
A7:1
With mixing valve economy
function (extended heating circuit
pump logic): Heating circuit
pump also “OFF”:
- If the mixing valve has been
attempting to close for longer.
than 20 minutes. Heating circuit
pump “ON”:
- If the mixing valve changes to
control function.
- If there is a risk of frost.
A9:0
Without pump idle time
A9:1
to
A9:15
With pump idle time, adjustable
from 1 to 15.
B5:1
to
B5:8
Heating circuit pump logic
function, see the following table:
Pump idle time, transition reduced mode
A9:7
With pump idle time:
Heating circuit pump “OFF” if
the set value is altered through
a change in operating mode or
through a change in the set room
temperature
B5:0
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With remote control: No room
temperature dependent heating
circuit pump logic function
Parameter address
B5:...
With heating circuit pump logic function:
Heating circuit pump “OFF”
Heating circuit pump “ON”
1
RTactual > RTset + 5 K
RTactual < RTset + 4 K
2
RTactual > RTset + 4 K
RTactual < RTset + 3 K
3
RTactual > RTset + 3 K
RTactual < RTset + 2 K
4
RTactual > RTset + 2 K
RTactual < RTset + 1 K
5
RTactual > RTset + 1 K
RTactual < RTset
6
RTactual > RTset
RTactual < RTset - 1 K
7
RTactual > RTset - 1 K
RTactual < RTset - 2 K
8
RTactual > RTset - 2 K
RTactual < RTset - 3 K
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Economy function room temperature
Coding 1
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Heating Circuit 1, 2 and 3
(continued)
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
Minimum flow temperature heating circuit
C5:20
Electronic minimum flow temp.
limit 68°F (20°C)
C5:1
to
C5:127
Minimum limit adjustable from
34 to 260°F (1 to 127°C)
(limited by boiler-specific
parameters).
C6:10
to
C6:127
Maximum limit adjustable from
50 to 260°F (10 to 127°C)
(limited by boiler-specific
parameters).
D5:1
The external heating program
changeover changes to
“Constant operation with
standard room temperature”
(subject to coding address 3A,
3B and 3C).
D8:1
Heating program changeover
via input DE1 at extension EA1.
D8:2
Heating program changeover
via input DE2 at extension EA1.
D8:3
Heating program changeover
via input DE3 at extension EA1.
Maximum speed of the variable
speed heating circuit pump
in % of the maximum speed
in standard mode. Value is
specified by boiler-specific
parameters
E6:0
to
E6:100
Maximum speed adjustable
from 0 to 100%.
Minimum speed of the variable
speed heating circuit pump:
30% of the maximum speed
E7:0
to
E7:100
Minimum speed adjustable
from 0 to 100% of the
maximum speed.
Maximum flow temperature heating circuit
C6:74
Electronic maximum flow
temperature limit 165°F
(74°C)
Heating program - changeover
D5:0
The external heating program
changeover changes the
heating program to “Constant
operation with reduced room
temperature” or “Standby
mode”
Ext. heating program changeover to heating circuit
D8:0
No heating program changeover
via extension EA1
Maximum pump speed in standard mode
E6:...
NOT USED
Minimum pump speed
E7:30
NOT USED
Slab curing function
F1:0
NOT USED
Do not adjust
--
--
Party mode time limit
F2:8
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*1
Time limit for party mode
or external heating program
changeover via pushbutton: 8 h
F2:0
No time limit for party mode*1.
F2:1
to
F2:12
Time limit adjustable from 1 to
12 h*1.
Party mode ends automatically in the “Heating and DHW” program, when the system changes over to
operation with standard room temperature.
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Coding 1
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Heating Circuit 1, 2 and 3
(continued)
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
Pump control in “Only DHW”
F6:25
In the “Only DHW” operating
mode, the circulation pump in
the heating circuit connection
set is permanently ON
F6:0
In the “Only DHW” operating
mode, the circulation pump in the
heating circuit connection set is
permanently OFF.
F6:1
to
F6:24
In the “Only DHW” operating
mode, the circulation pump in the
heating circuit connection set will
be started 1 to 24 times per day
for 10 minutes each time.
F7:0
In the “Standby” operating
mode, the circulation pump in the
heating circuit connection set is
permanently OFF.
F7:1
to
F7:24
In the “Standby” operating
mode, the circulation pump in the
heating circuit connection set will
be started 1 to 24 times per day
for 10 minutes each time.
F8:+10
to
F8:-60
Temperature limit adjustable from
+50 to -76°F (+10 to -60°C).
F8:-61
Function disabled.
Pump control in “Standby mode”
F7:25
In the “Standby” operating
mode, the circulation pump in
the heating circuit connection
set is permanently ON
Start temperature raising
F8:-5
Temperature limit for
terminating the reduced mode
23°F (-5ºC); see example on
page 85. Observe the setting of
coding address “A3”
End temperature raising
F9:-14
Temperature limit for raising the F9:+10
reduced set room temperature
to
6.8°F (-14ºC); see example on F9:-60
page 85.
Temperature limit for raising
the set room temperature to the
value selected for standard mode
adjustable from 50 to -76°F
(10 to -60°C).
Set flow temperature heating circuit
FA:20
Raising the set boiler water
temperature or the set flow
temperature when changing
from operation with reduced
room temperature to operation
with standard room temperature,
by 20%.
See example on page 85.
FA:0
to
FA:50
Temperature rise adjustable
from 0 to 50%.
FB:0
to
FB:150
Duration adjustable from 0
to 300 minutes;
1 step ≙ 2 minutes.
FB:30
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Duration for raising the set
boiler water temperature or
the set flow temperature (see
coding address “FA”)
60 minutes.
See example on page 85.
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Duration set flow temperature increase
Coding 2
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
General
Calling up coding level 2
Note: At coding level 2, all codes are accessible,
including the codes at coding level 1.
Codes that have not been assigned due to the
heating system equipment level or the setting of
other codes are not displayed.
Heating systems with one heating circuit without
mixing valve and one or two heating circuits with
mixing valve:
The heating circuit without mixing valve is
designated “Heating circuit 1” and the heating
circuits with mixing valve as “Heating circuit 2”
or “Heating circuit 3”.
Select “General”
If the heating circuits were given individual designations,
the selected designation and “HC1”, “HC2” or “HC3”
appear instead:
1.
Press OK and
4 seconds.
2.
Press OK and
4 seconds.
3.
“Coding level 2”
4.
Select group of required coding address:
- “General”
- “Boiler”
- “DHW”
- “Solar”
- “Heating circuit 1/2/3”
- “All cod. or solar”
In this group, all coding addresses (except the
coding addresses from the “Solar” group) are
displayed in ascending order.
5.
Select coding address.
6.
Select value according to the following tables and
confirm with “OK”.
7.
If you want to reset all codes to their factory setting:
Select “Standard setting” in “Coding level 2”.
Note: This also resets codes at coding level 1.
simultaneously for approximately
simultaneously for approximately
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Coding
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
00:1
00:2
to
00:10
System type 1:
One heating circuit without
mixing valve A1 (heating circuit
1), without DHW heating
For system type, see the
following table:
Value address
00: ...
System type
Description
2
1
One heating circuit without mixing valve A1 (heating circuit 1),
with DHW heating (code is adjusted automatically).
3
2
One heating circuit with mixing valve M2 (heating circuit 2),
without DHW heating.
4
2
One heating circuit with mixing valve (heating circuit 2), with DHW heating.
5
3
One heating circuit without mixing valve A1 (heating circuit 1) and
one heating circuit with mixing valve M2 (heating circuit 2),
without DHW heating (code is adjusted automatically).
6
3
One heating circuit without mixing valve A1 (heating circuit 1) and
one heating circuit with mixing valve M2 (heating circuit 2),
with DHW heating (code is adjusted automatically).
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Coding 2
(continued)
Value address
00: ...
System type
Description
7
4
One heating circuit with mixing valve M2 (heating circuit 2) and one
heating circuit with mixing valve M3 (heating circuit 3), without DHW heating.
8
4
One heating circuit with mixing valve M2 (heating circuit 2) and one
heating circuit with mixing valve M3 (heating circuit 3), with DHW heating.
9
5
One heating circuit without mixing valve A1 (heating circuit 1),
one heating circuit with mixing valve M2 (heating circuit 2) and
one heating circuit with mixing valve M3 (heating circuit 3),
without DHW heating (code is adjusted automatically).
10
5
One heating circuit without mixing valve A1 (heating circuit 1),
one heating circuit with mixing valve M2 (heating circuit 2) and
one heating circuit with mixing valve M3 (heating circuit 3),
with DHW heating (code is adjusted automatically).
Coding in the factory setting
No access to the coding
addresses for the combustion
controller parameters
11:9
Access open to the coding
addresses for the combustion
controller parameters.
2A:0
Without wireless outside
temperature sensor
2A:1
With wireless outside
temperature sensor (automatic
recognition).
2A:2
Wireless outside temperature
sensor not used.
2D:0
DO NOT ADJUST
32:0
Without extension AM1
32:1
With extension AM1 (automatic
recognition).
33:1
Function output A1 at
extension AM1: Heating
circuit pump
33:0
Function output A1: DHW
recirculation pump.
33:2
Function output A1: Circulation
pump for DHW tank heating.
Function output A2 at
extension AM1: DHW
recirculation pump
34:1
Function output A2: Heating
circuit pump.
34:2
Function output A2: Circulation
pump for DHW tank heating.
35:0
Without extension EA1
35:1
With extension EA1 (automatic
recognition).
36:0
Function, output aBJ at
extension EA1: Fault message
36:1
Function output aBJ: Feed pump.
36:2
Function output aBJ: DHW
recirculation pump.
34:0
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Possible change
11:≠ 9
--
--
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General
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Coding 2
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
General
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
39:2
39:0
Function output sA: DHW
recirculation pump.
39:1
Function output sA: Heating
circuit pump.
3A:1
Function input DE1: Heating
program - changeover.
3A:2
Function input DE1: External
demand with set flow
temperature. Flow temperature
setting: Coding address 9B.
Internal circulation pump
function: Coding address 3F.
3A:3
Function input DE1: External
blocking. Internal circulation pump
function: Coding address 3E.
3A:4
Function input DE1: External
blocking with fault message input
Internal circulation pump
function: Coding address 3E.
3A:5
Function input DE1: Fault
message input.
3A:6
Function input DE1: Brief
operation, DHW recirculation
pump (pushbutton function).
DHW recirculation pump runtime
adjustment: Coding address 3D.
3B:1
Function input DE2: Heating
program - changeover.
3B:2
Function input DE2: External
demand with set flow
temperature. Flow temperature
setting: Coding address 9B.
Internal circulation pump
function: Coding address 3F.
3B:3
Function input DE2: External
blocking. Internal circulation pump
function: Coding address 3E.
3B:4
Function input DE2: External
blocking with fault message input
Internal circulation pump
function: Coding address 3E.
3B:5
Function input DE2: Fault
message input.
3B:6
Function input DE2: Brief
operation, DHW recirculation
pump (pushbutton function).
DHW recirculation pump runtime
adjustment: Coding address 3D.
3A:0
3B:0
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(continued)
Function output sA: Circulation
pump for DHW tank heating
Function input DE1 at
extension
EA1: Not assigned
Function input DE2 at
extension
EA1: Not assigned
49
Coding 2
(continued)
Coding in the factory setting
3C:0
Function input DE3: Heating
program - changeover.
3C:2
Function input DE3: External
demand with set flow
temperature.
Flow temperature setting:
Coding address 9B.
Internal circulation pump function:
Coding address 3F.
3C:3
Function input DE3: External
blocking.
Internal circulation pump function:
Coding address 3E.
3C:4
Function input DE3: External
blocking with fault message input
Internal circulation pump function:
Coding address 3E.
3C:5
Function input DE3: Fault
message input.
3C:6
Function input DE3: Brief
operation, DHW recirculation
pump (pushbutton function).
DHW recirculation pump runtime
adjustment: Coding address 3D.
3D:5
DHW recirculation pump
runtime for brief operation: 5
minutes
3D:1
to
3D:60
DHW recirculation pump off-delay
adjustable from 1 to 60 minutes.
3E:0
Internal circulation pump
stays in control mode at
signal “External blocking”
3E:1
Internal recirculation pump stops
at signal “External blocking”.
3E:2
Internal circulation pump starts
at signal “External blocking”.
Internal circulation pump
stays in control mode at
signal “External demand”
3F:1
Internal circulation pump stops
at signal “External demand”.
3F:2
Internal circulation pump starts
at signal “External demand”.
Function input lH: Room
thermostat (Vitotrol 100) for
constant temperature control
4B:1
External demand.
4B:2
External blocking.
3F:0
4B:0
50
Possible change
Function input DE3 at extension 3C:1
EA1: Not assigned
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General
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Coding 2
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
General
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
51:0
51:1
System with low loss header:
When there is heat demand, the
boiler circuit pump will only be
started if the burner is running.
Circulation pump is switched off
when run-on time expires.
51:2
System with heating water buffer
DHW tank:
When there is a heat demand, the
internal circulation pump will only
be started when the burner is
operational.
System with low loss header:
Boiler circuit pump is always
started when there is a heat
demand
52:0
Without flow temperature
sensor for low loss header
52:1
With flow temperature sensor
for low loss header (automatic
recognition).
53:1
Function connection sK of the
internal extension:
DHW recirculation pump
53:0
Function connection sK: Central
fault message.
53:2
Function connection sK:
External heating circuit pump
(heating circuit 1).
53:3
Function connection sK:
External circulation pump for
DHW tank heating.
54:1
With Vitosolic 100 (automatic
recognition).
54:2
With Vitosolic 200 (automatic
recognition).
54:3
With solar control module SM1
without auxiliary function
(automatic recognition).
54:4
With solar control module SM1
with auxiliary function, e.g.
central heating backup (automatic
recognition).
54:0
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(continued)
Without solar thermal system
6E:50
No correction of measured
outside temperature
6E:0
to
6E:100
Outside correction in 0.1 K steps
0 to 49= -5 K to -0.1 K
51 to 100= 0.1 K to 5 K
76:0
Without communication module
76:1
With LON communication module
(recognized automatically).
76:2
With cascade communication
module (recognized automatically;
only for constant temperature
control units).
51
Coding 2
General
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
(continued)
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
77:1
77:2
to
77:99
LON participant number
LON participant number,
adjustable from 1 to 99:
1 - 8 = Boiler
9 = Cascade
10 - 98 = Vitotronic 200-H
99 = Vitocom
Note: Allocate each number only
once.
79:1
With LON communication
module: Control unit is fault
manager
79:0
Control unit is not fault manager.
7B:1
With LON communication
module: Control unit transmits
the time
7B:0
Does not transmit time.
7E:0
Without flue gas cascade
or with flue gas cascade
with negative pressure
(only for multi boiler systems)
7E:1
With positive pressure flue
gas cascade.
7F:1
Detached house
7F:0
Apartment building
Separate adjustment of holiday
program and time program for
DHW heating possible.
80:6
A fault message is displayed
if a fault is active for at least
30 seconds
80:0
Immediate fault message.
80:2
to
80:199
Minimum fault duration until fault
message occurs, adjustable
from 10 s to 995 s; 1 step ≙ 5
seconds.
Automatic summer/wintertime
changeover
81:0
Manual summer/wintertime
changeover.
81:2
Use of the radio clock receiver
(automatic recognition).
81:3
With LON communication module:
The control unit receives the time.
82:1
Operation with LPG (only
adjustable if coding address 11:9
has been set).
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82:0
Operation with natural gas
86:0
DO NOT ADJUST
87:0
DO NOT ADJUST
88:0
Temperature display in °C
(Celsius)
--88:1
--Temperature display in °F
(Fahrenheit).
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81:1
NOT USED
Coding 2
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
General
(continued)
Coding in the factory setting
8A:175
Do not adjust.
8F:0
Operation in the standard
menu and extended
menu enabled
--
--
8F:1
Note: The respective code is
only activated when you
exit the service menu
Operation in the standard
menu and extended menu
blocked.
Emissions test mode can
be enabled
8F:2
Operation enabled in the
standard menu; blocked in
the extended menu.
Emissions test mode can
be enabled
90:36
Time constant for calculating
the adjusted outside
temperature 6 hr
90:1
to
90:199
Fast (low values) or slow (high
values) matching of the flow
temperature, subject to the set
value when the outside
temperature changes;
1 step ≙ 10 minutes.
93:0
0-5000 ft.
93:1 - 93:5
NOT USED
93:6
5000-10000 ft.
94:0
Without Open Therm extension
94:1
With Open Therm extension
(automatic recognition).
95:0
Without Vitocom 100
communication interface
95:1
With Vitocom 100 communication
interface (automatic recognition).
97:0
With LON communication
module: The outside
temperature of the sensor
connected to the control unit is
utilized internally
97:1
Control unit receives outside
temperature.
97:2
Control unit transmits the outside
temperature to the Vitotronic
200-H.
98:1
Viessmann system number
(in conjunction with monitoring
several systems via Vitocom
300)
98:1
to
98:5
System number adjustable from
1 to 5.
99:0
DO NOT ADJUST
--
--
9A:0
DO NOT ADJUST
--
--
9B:70
Set flow temperature for
external demand 158°F (70°C)
9B:0
to
9B:127
Set flow temperature for external
demand adjustable from 32 to
260°F (0 to 127°C) (limited by
boiler-specific parameters).
9C:20
Monitoring LON participants.
If a subscriber fails to respond,
the values specified inside the
control unit will be used after
20 minutes. Only then will a
fault message be issued.
9C:0
No monitoring
9C:5
to
9C:60
Time adjustable from 5 to 60
minutes.
Differential temperature 8 K;
only in conjunction with mixing
valve circuit
9F:0
to
9F:40
Differential temperature adjustable
from 0 to 40 K.
9F:8
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53
Coding 2
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Boiler
08:...
Possible change
01:2
Multi boiler system with Vitotronic 300-K.
04:0
Minimum burner pause set permanently
(specified by boiler coding card).
06:20
to
06:127
07:2
to
07:8
Maximum burner heating output in kW 08:0
in the case of a multi boiler system
to
08:199
0D:0
0E:0
13:1
14:1
15:1
21:0
DO NOT ADJUST
-DO NOT ADJUST
-DO NOT ADJUST
-DO NOT ADJUST
-DO NOT ADJUST
-No service interval (hours run) selected 21:1
to
21:100
23:0
No time interval for burner service
24:0
No “Service” display
28:0
No burner interval ignition
2E:0
2F:0
DO NOT ADJUST
Venting program/fill program disabled
30:0
Boiler circulation pump without
variable speed (for use with single
boiler systems with Low Loss Header,
or multi-boiler systems)
23:1
to
23:24
24:1
28:1
to
28:24
2F:1
2F:2
30:1
--
30:2
30:3
31:...
38:0
54
Set speed in % of the internal
circulation pump when operated as
boiler circuit pump, specified by the
boiler coding card
Status burner control unit: Operational
(no fault)
31:0
to
31:100
38:≠0
Maximum limit of the boiler water
temperature within the ranges specified
by the boiler.
Boiler number 2 to 8 in multi- boiler
systems.
Maximum burner heating output
adjustable from 0 to 199 kW
(limited by boiler specific parameters)
in steps of 1 kW.
-----Number of hours run before the burner
should be serviced is adjustable from 100
to 10,000 h
One adjusting step ≙ 100 h.
Interval adjustable from 1 to 24 months.
“Service” display (the address is
automatically set and must be manually
reset after a service has been carried
out).
Interval adjustable from 1 hour
to 24 hours. The burner is force started
for 15 seconds (only when operating
with LPG).
-Venting program enabled.
Fill program enabled.
Boiler variable speed circulation pump
(automatic adjustment).
DO NOT ADJUST
Boiler variable speed circulation pump
with flow control.
DO NOT ADJUST
Boiler variable speed circulation pump
controlled via 0-10VDC output [147]
When changing from a single boiler
to a multiboiler operation, the coding
address may automatically reset to
30:3. To prevent continuous boiler pump
operation, adjust the coding address for
each boiler to 30:0.
Set speed adjustable from
0 to 100%.
Status burner control unit: Fault.
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Select “Boiler”
Coding
Coding in the factory setting
01:1
Single boiler system
04:1
Minimum burner pause subject to the
boiler load (specified by boiler coding
card)
06:...
Maximum limit of the boiler water
temperature, specified
in °C by the boiler coding card
07:1
Boiler number in multi boiler systems
Coding 2
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
DHW
Select “DHW”
Coding
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
56:0
56:1
Set DHW temperature
adjustable from 50 to 140°F
(10 to 60°C)
Set DHW temperature adjustable
from 50 to over 140°F (10 to
over 60°C)
Note: Maximum value subject to
boiler coding card. Observe
the maximum permissible
DHW temperature.
58:0
Without auxiliary function for
DHW heating
58:10
to
58:60
Input of a second set DHW
temperature, adjustable from 50
to 140°F (10 to 60°C) (observe
coding addresses “56” and “63”).
59:0
DHW tank heating:
Starting point -2.5 K
Stopping point +2.5 K
59:1
to
59:10
Starting point adjustable from
1 to 10 K below the set value.
5B:0
DHW tank directly connected
to the boiler
5B:1
DHW tank connected downstream
of the low loss header.
5E:0
Circulation pump for DHW tank
heating stays in control mode
at signal “External blocking”
5E:1
Circulation pump for DHW
tank heating stops at signal
“External blocking”.
5E:2
Circulation pump for DHW
tank heating starts at signal
“External blocking”.
5F:1
Circulation pump for DHW
tank heating stops at signal
“External demand”.
5F:2
Circulation pump for DHW
tank heating starts at signal
“External demand”.
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5F:0
Circulation pump for DHW tank
heating stays in control mode
at signal “External demand”
60:20
During DHW heating, the boiler
water temperature is maximum
20 K higher than the set DHW
temperature
60:5
to
60:25
The differential between the boiler
water temperature and the set
DHW temperature is adjustable
from 5 to 25 K.
62:2
Circulation pump with 2 minutes
run-on time after DHW tank
heating
62:0
Circulation pump without run-on.
62:1
to
62:15
Run-on time adjustable from 1 to
15 minutes.
55
Coding 2
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
63:0
NOT USED
63:1
Auxiliary function: 1 x daily
63:2
to
63:14
Every 2 days to every 14 days.
63:15
2 x daily
Without auxiliary function for
DHW heating
65:0
DO NOT ADJUST
67:40
67:0
For solar DHW heating:
Set DHW temperature 104°F
to
(40°C). Reheating is suppressed 67:95
above the selected set
temperature (boiler is only
connected as backup if the rise
in DHW tank temperature is too
low).
Set DHW temperature adjustable
from 32 to 203°F (0 to 95°C)
(limited by boiler-specific
parameters).
6C:100
NOT USED
Set speed, internal circulation
pump with DHW heating 100%
6C:0
to
6C:100
Set speed adjustable from
0 to 100%.
6F:...
Maximum output for DHW
heating in %, specified by
the boiler coding card
6F:0
to
6F:100
Maximum output for DHW heating
adjustable from minimum output
to 100%.
71:0
DHW recirculation pump: “ON”
in accordance with the time
program
71:1
“OFF” during DHW heating
to first set value.
71:2
“ON” during DHW heating
to first set value.
DHW recirculation pump: “ON”
in accordance with the time
program
72:1
“OFF” during DHW heating
to second set value.
72:2
“ON” during DHW heating
to second set value.
DHW recirculation pump: “ON”
in accordance with the time
program
73:1
to
73:6
“ON” from once per hour for 5
minutes up to 6 times per hour
for 5 minutes during the time
program.
73:7
Constantly “ON”.
72:0
73:0
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DHW
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Coding 2
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Solar
Select “Solar”
Note: The solar group is only displayed if a solar control module, type SM1, is connected.
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Coding
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
00:8
The solar circuit pump starts
when the collector temperature
exceeds the actual DHW tank
temperature by 8 K.
00:2
to
00:30
The differential between
the actual DHW tank temperature
and the start point for the solar
circuit pump can be adjusted from
2 to 30 K.
01:4
The solar circuit pump is switched
off when the differential between
the collector temperature and the
actual DHW tank temperature is
less than 4 K.
01:1
to
01:29
The differential between the
actual DHW tank temperature and
the stop point for the solar circuit
pump can be adjusted from 1 to
29 K.
02:0
Solar circuit pump (stepped)
is not speed-controlled
02:1
Solar circuit pump is speedcontrolled with wave packet
control.
02:2
Solar circuit pump is speedcontrolled with PWM control.
03:10
The temperature differential
between the collector
temperature and actual DHW
tank temperature is regulated
to 10 K.
03:5
to
03:20
The differential temperature
control between collector
temperature and actual DHW tank
temperature can be adjusted from
5 to 20 K.
04:4
Controller amplification of the
speed control 4%/K.
04:1
to
04:10
Controller amplification adjustable
from 1 to 10%/K.
05:10
Minimum speed of the solar
circuit pump 10% of the
maximum speed.
05:2
to
05:100
Minimum speed of the solar
circuit pump is adjustable from
2 to 100%.
06:75
Maximum speed of the solar
circuit pump 75% of the
maximum possible speed.
06:1
to
06:100
Maximum speed of the solar
circuit pump is adjustable from 1
to 100%.
07:0
Interval function of the solar
circuit pump switched off.
07:1
Interval function of the solar
circuit pump switched on. To
capture the collector temperature
more accurately, the solar circuit
pump starts for short cycles.
08:60
The solar circuit pump is
switched off when the
actual DHW tank temperature
reaches 140°F (60°C)
(maximum DHW tank
temperature).
08:10
to
08:90
The maximum DHW tank
temperature can be adjusted
from 50 to 194°F (10 to 90°C).
09:130
The solar circuit pump stops
if the collector temperature
reaches 266°F (130°C)
(maximum collector temperature
to protect the system
components)
09:20
to
09:200
Temperature adjustable from
68 to 392°F (20 to 200°C).
57
Coding 2
58
(continued)
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
0A:5
Temperature differential for
stagnation time reduction
(reduction in the speed of the
solar circuit pump to protect
system components and heat
transfer medium) 5 K.
0A:0
to
0A:40
The differential between the
set DHW tank temperature and
the start point for reducing the
stagnation time can be adjusted
from 0 to 40 K.
0B:0
Collector frost protection
function switched off
0B:1
Collector frost protection function
switched on (not required with
Viessmann heat transfer medium).
0C:1
t monitoring switched on.
No flow rate captured in the solar
circuit, or flow rate too low.
0C:0
t monitoring switched off.
0D:1
Night circulation monitoring
switched on.
Unintentional flow rate is
captured in the solar circuit
(e.g. at night).
0D:0
Night circulation monitoring
switched off.
0E:1
Calculation of solar yield
with Viessmann heat transfer
medium
0E:2
Calculation of solar yield with water
as heat transfer medium (do not
select as operation is only possible
with Viessmann heat transfer
medium).
0E:0
Calculation of solar yield switched
off.
0F:70
The flow rate in the collector
circuit at the maximum pump
speed is set to 1.8 USG (7 L/
minute).
0F:1
to
0F:255
Flow rate in the collector
circuit adjustable from 1.6 to 6.7
USG/minute (0.1 to 25.5 L/minute).
10:0
Target temperature control
switched off (see coding
address “11”).
10:1
Target temperature control
switched on.
11:50
Set DHW tank temperature for
solar 122°F (50°C).
- Target temperature control
switched on (code 10:1):
Temperature at which the solar
heated water in the DHW tank
is to be stratified.
- Extended control functions set
to heat two DHW tanks (code
20:9):
If the actual temperature of a
DHW tank reaches the selected
set DHW tank temperature,
heating is switched to the
second DHW tank.
11:10
to
11:90
The set DHW tank temperature for
solar can be adjusted from 50 to
194°F (10 to 90°C).
12:20
Minimum collector temperature
68°F (20°C).
The solar circuit pump is only
started when the set minimum
collector temperature is exceeded
at the collector temperature
sensor.
12:0
Minimum collector temperature
function switched off.
12:1
to
12:90
Minimum collector temperature
adjustable from 34 to 194°F
(1 to 90°C).
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Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Coding 2
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
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Solar
(continued)
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
20:0
20:1
Auxiliary function for DHW heating.
20:2
Differential temperature control 2.
20:3
Differential temperature control 2
and auxiliary function.
20:4
Differential temperature control 2
for central heating backup.
20:5
Thermostat function.
20:6
Thermostat function and auxiliary
function.
20:7
Solar heating via external heat
exchanger without additional
temperature sensor.
20:8
Solar heating via external heat
exchanger with additional
temperature sensor.
No extended control functions
enabled.
20:9
Solar heating of two DHW tanks.
22:8
Start temperature differential
for central heating backup: 8 K.
(code 20:4 must be selected)
22:2
to
22:30
Start temperature differential
for central heating backup is
adjustable from 21 to 30 K.
23:4
Stop temperature differential
for central heating backup: 4 K.
(code 20:4 must be selected)
23:2
to
23:30
Stop temperature differential
for central heating backup is
adjustable from 1 to 29 K.
24:40
Start temperature for thermostat 24:0
function 104°F (40°C). (code
to
20:5 or 20:6 must be selected)
24:100
Start temperature for thermostat
function adjustable from 0 to 100 K.
25:50
Stop temperature for thermostat
function 122°F (50°C). (code
20:5 or 20:6 must be selected)
25:0
to
25:100
Start temperature for thermostat
function is adjustable from
0 to 100 K.
26:1
Priority for DHW tank 1 with
alternate heating.
Only when setting code 20:8.
26:0
Priority for DHW tank 1 without
alternate heating.
26:2
Priority for DHW tank 2 without
alternate heating.
26:3
Priority for DHW tank 2 with
alternate heating.
26:4
Alternate heating without priority
for one of the DHW tank.
27:15
Alternate heating time 15 minutes. 27:5
The DHW tank without priority
to
is heated at most for the
27:60
duration of the set alternate
heating time if the DHW tank
with priority is heated up.
The alternate heating time is
adjustable from 5 to 60 minutes.
28:3
Alternate pause time 3 minutes
After the selected alternate
heating time for the DHW tank
without priority has expired, the
rise in collector temperature is
captured during the alternate
pause time.
The alternate pause time is
adjustable from 1 to 60 minutes.
28:1
to
28:60
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Coding 2
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Heating Circuit 1, 2 and 3
Select “Heating circuit ...”
Coding
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
A0:0
A0:1
With Vitotrol 200A (automatic
recognition).
A0:2
With Vitotrol 300A or Vitohome
300 (automatic recognition).
Without remote control
A1:0
All possible settings at the
remote control can be accessed
A1:1
Only party mode can be set at the
remote control (only for Vitotrol
200A).
A2:2
DHW tank priority applicable to
heating circuit pump and mixing
valve
A2:0
Without DHW tank priority applied
to heating circuit pump and mixing
valve.
A2:1
DHW tank priority only applicable
to mixing valve.
A2:3
to
A2:15
Reduced priority applied to mixing
valve (the heating circuit receives
a reduced amount of energy).
A3:-9
to
A3:15
Heating circuit pump “ON/OFF”
(see following table).
A3:2
Outside temperature below
34°F (1°C): Heating circuit pump
“ON”
Outside temperature above
37°F (3°C): Heating circuit
pump “OFF”
Note: When selecting a value below 1°C, there is a risk of pipes outside the thermal envelope of the building freezing
up. The standby mode in particular should be taken into consideration, e.g. during holidays.
Heating circuit pump
“ON”
60
“OFF”
-9
14°F (-10°C)
17.6°F (-8°C)
-8
15.8°F (-9°C)
19.4°F (-7°C)
-7
17.6°F (-8°C)
21.2°F (-6°C)
-6
19.4°F (-7°C)
23°F (-5°C)
-5
21.2°F (-6°C)
24.8°F (-4°C)
-4
23°F (-5°C)
26.6°F (-3°C)
-3
24.8°F (-4°C)
28.4°F (-2°C)
-2
26.6°F (-3°C)
32.2°F (-1°C)
-1
28.4°F (-2°C)
32°F (0°C)
0
32.2°F (-1°C)
33.8°F (1°C)
1
32°F (0°C)
35.6°F (2°C)
2
to
15
33.8 to 57.2°F
37.4 to 60.8°F
(1 to 14°C)
(3 to 16°C)
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Parameter address A3:...
Coding 2
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Heating Circuit 1, 2 and 3 (continued)
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
A4:0
A4:1
With frost protection
No frost protection; this setting is
only possible if code “A3:-9” has
been selected.
Note: “Important” also coding
address “A3”.
A5:5
With heating circuit pump logic
function (economy mode):
Heating circuit pump “OFF”
when the outside temperature
(AT) is 1 K higher than the set
room temperature (RTset) AT >
RTset + 1 K
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Parameter address A5:...
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
to
15
A5:0
Without heating circuit pump logic
function.
A5:1
to
A5:15
With heating circuit pump logic
function: Heating circuit pump
“OFF”; see following table:
With heating circuit pump logic function: Heating circuit pump “OFF”
AT > RTset + 5 K
AT > RTset + 4 K
AT > RTset + 3 K
AT > RTset + 2 K
AT > RTset + 1 K
AT > RTset
AT > RTset - 1 K
AT > RTset - 9 K
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
A6:36
Extended economy function
disabled
A6:5
to
A6:35
Extended economy function
enabled, i.e. the burner and heating
circuit pump will stop and the
mixing valve close at a variable
value, adjustable between 41 and
95°F (5 and 35°C) plus 1.8°F
(1°C). The base value
is the adjusted outside temperature.
This value is based on the actual
outside temperature and a time
constant, which takes the cooling
down of an average building into
consideration.
A7:0
Without mixing valve economy
function
A7:1
With mixing valve economy
function (extended heating circuit
pump logic):
Heating circuit pump also “OFF”:
- If the mixing valve has been
attempting to close for longer
than 20 minutes.
- Heating circuit pump “ON”:
If the mixing valve changes to
control function.
- If there is a risk of frost.
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Coding 2
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Heating Circuit 1, 2 and 3 (continued)
Coding in the factory setting
Heating circuit with mixing valve A8:0
creates a demand for the boiler
circuit pump
Heating circuit with mixing valve
creates no demand for the boiler
circuit pump.
A9:7
With pump idle time:
Heating circuit pump “OFF” if
the set value is altered through
a change in operating mode
or through a change in the set
room temperature
A9:0
Without pump idle time.
A9:1
to
A9:15
With pump idle time, adjustable
from 1 to 15.
With remote control:
Heating mode/reduced mode:
(only change the code for the
heating circuit with mixing
valve)
B0:1
Heating mode: weather
compensated.
Reduced mode: with room
temperature hook-up.
B0:2
Heating mode: with room
temperature hook-up.
Reduced mode: weathercompensated.
B0:3
Heating mode/reduced mode:
with room temperature hook-up.
With remote control unit and
for the heating circuit, operation
with room temperature hook-up
must be programmed: Room
influence factor 8 (change the
code only for the heating circuit
with mixing valve)
B2:0
Without room influence.
B2:1
to
B2:64
Room influence factor adjustable
from 1 to 64.
With remote control: No room
temperature-dependent heating
circuit pump logic function (only
change the code for the heating
circuit with mixing valve)
B5:1
to
B5:8
Heating circuit pump logic function,
see the following table:
B2:8
B5:0
Parameter address B5:...
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
With heating circuit pump logic function:
Heating circuit pump “OFF”
Heating circuit pump “ON”
RTactual > RTset + 5 K
RTactual < RTset + 4 K
RTactual > RTset + 4 K
RTactual < RTset + 3 K
RTactual > RTset + 3 K
RTactual < RTset + 2 K
RTactual > RTset + 2 K
RTactual < RTset + 1 K
RTactual > RTset + 1 K
RTactual < RTset
RTactual > RTset
RTactual < RTset - 1 K
RTactual > RTset - 1 K
RTactual < RTset - 2 K
RTactual > RTset - 2 K
RTactual < RTset - 3 K
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Possible change
A8:1
Coding 2
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Heating Circuit 1, 2 and 3 (continued)
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
C5:20
Electronic minimum flow
temperature limit 68°F
(20°C)
C5:1
to
C5:127
Minimum limit adjustable from 34
to 260°F (1 - 127°C) (limited by
boiler-specific parameters).
C6:74
Electronic maximum flow
temperature limit 165°F
(74°C)
C6:10
to
C6:127
Maximum limit adjustable from 50
to 260°F (10 to 127°C) (limited by
boiler-specific parameters).
D3:14
Heating curve slope = 1.4
D3:2
to
D3:35
Heating curve slope adjustable
from 0.2 to 3.5 (see page 35).
D4:0
Heating curve level = 0
D4:–13
to
D4:40
Heating curve level adjustable from
–13 to 40 (see page 35).
D5:0
The external heating program
changeover changes the
heating program to “Constant
operation with reduced room
temperature” or “Standby
mode”
D5:1
The external heating program
changeover changes to “Constant
operation with standard room
temperature” (subject to coding
address 3A, 3B and 3C).
D6:0
Heating circuit pump stays in
control mode at signal
“External blocking”
D6:1
Heating circuit pump stops at signal
“External blocking” (subject to
coding addresses 3A, 3B and 3C).
D6:2
Heating circuit pump starts at signal
“External blocking” (subject to
coding addresses 3A, 3B and 3C).
D7:1
Heating circuit pump stops at signal
“External demand” (subject to
coding addresses 3A, 3B and 3C).
D7:2
Heating circuit pump starts at signal
“External demand” (subject to
coding addresses 3A, 3B and 3C).
D8:1
Heating program changeover
via input DE1 at extension EA1.
D8:2
Heating program changeover
via input DE2 at extension EA1.
D8:3
Heating program changeover
via input DE3 at extension EA1.
D7:0
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D8:0
Heating circuit pump stays
in control mode at signal
“External demand”
No heating program changeover
via extension EA1
E1:1
Do not adjust
E2:50
With remote control: No display
correction for the actual room
temperature
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E2:0
to
E2:49
Display correction –5 K
to
Display correction –0.1 K.
E2:51
to
E2:99
Display correction +0.1 K
to
Display correction +4.9 K.
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Coding 2
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Heating Circuit 1, 2 and 3 (continued)
Coding in the factory setting
Do not adjust
E6:...
NOT USED
Maximum speed of the variable
speed heating circuit pump in
% of the maximum speed in
standard mode. Value is
specified by boiler-specific
parameters
E6:0
to
E6:100
Maximum speed adjustable
from 0 to 100%.
E7:30
NOT USED
Minimum speed of the variable
speed heating circuit pump:
30% of the maximum speed
E7:0
to
E7:100
Minimum speed adjustable from
0 to 100% of the maximum
speed.
E8:1
NOT USED
Minimum speed in operation
with reduced room temperature
subject to the setting in coding
address “E9”
E8:0
Speed subject to the setting in
coding address “E7”.
E9:45
NOT USED
Speed of the variable speed
heating circuit pump: 45% of
the maximum speed during
operation with reduced room
temperature
E9:0
to
E9:100
Speed adjustable from 0 to 100%
of the maximum speed during
operation with reduced room
temperature.
F1:0
Do not adjust
F2:8
Time limit for party mode
or external heating program
changeover via push button:
8 h*1
F2:0
No time limit for party mode*1.
F2:1
to
F2:12
Time limit adjustable from 1 to
12 h *1.
Run-on time of the boiler circuit
pump in heating mode: 12
minutes.
F5:0
No run-on time for the circulation
pump in the heating circuit
connection set.
F5:1
to
F5:20
Run-on time of the circulation pump
in the heating circuit connection set
adjustable from 1 to 20 minutes.
F5:12
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--
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--
Party mode ends automatically in the “Heating and DHW” program, when the system changes over to operation with
standard room temperature.
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Possible change
E5:0
Coding 2
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Heating Circuit 1, 2 and 3 (continued)
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
F6:25
F6:0
In the “Only DHW” operating mode,
the circulation pump in the heating
circuit connection set is permanently
OFF.
F6:1
to
F6:24
In the “Only DHW” operating mode,
the circulation pump in the heating
circuit connection set will be
started 1 to 24 times per day for
10 minutes each time.
F7:0
In the “Standby” operating
mode, the circulation pump in the
heating circuit connection set is
permanently OFF.
F7:1
to
F7:24
In the “Standby” operating mode,
the circulation pump in the heating
circuit connection set will be
started 1 to 24 times per day for
10 minutes each time.
Temperature limit for terminating
the reduced mode 23°F (-5ºC);
see example on page 85.
Observe the setting of coding
address “A3”.
F8:+10
to
F8:-60
Temperature limit adjustable from
50 to -76°F (10 to -60°C).
F8:-61
Function disabled.
F9:-14
Temperature limit for raising the
reduced set room temperature
6.8°F ( -14ºC); see example
on page 85.
F9:+10
to
F9:-60
Temperature limit for raising
the set room temperature to the
value selected for standard mode
adjustable from 50 to -76°F
(10 to -60°C).
FA:20
Raising the set boiler water
FA:0
temperature or the set flow
to
temperature when changing
FA:50
from operation with reduced
room temperature to operation
with standard room temperature,
by 20%.
See example on page 85.
Temperature rise adjustable from
0 to 50%.
FB:30
Duration for raising the set boiler
water temperature or the set flow
temperature (see coding address
“FA”) 60 minutes.
See example on page 85.
Duration adjustable from 0 to
300 minutes; 1 step ≙ 2 minutes).
F7:25
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F8:-5
In the “Only DHW” operating
mode, the circulation pump in
the heating circuit connection
set is permanently ON
In the “Standby” operating
mode, the circulation pump in
the heating circuit connection
set is permanently ON
FB:0
to
FB:150
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Diagnosis and Service Scans
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Calling up the Service Level
Press OK and
seconds.
simultaneously for approximately 4
Service menu overview
Note: Do not adjust menu item “Multi-boiler system”.
The menu item turns a weather-compensated
control unit into a constant temperature control
unit.
Service
Diagnosis
Actuator test
Coding level 1
General
Heating circuit 1 HC1
Heating circuit 2 HC2
Heating circuit 3 HC3
DHW
Solar
Coding level 2
Brief scan
Reset data
Fault history
Service functions
Terminate service?
Participant check
Service PIN
Enter Vitocom PIN code
Service reset
Filling
Venting
Maximum output
Multi-boiler system
Exiting the service level
1. Select “Terminate service?”.
2. Select “Yes”.
3. Confirm with OK.
Note: The service level is automatically exited after
30 minutes.
Scanning operating data
- Operating data can be scanned in six areas.
See “Diagnosis” in the service menu overview.
Operating data on heating circuits with mixing valves
and solar can only be scanned if the components are
installed in the system. For further information on
operating data, see chapter “Brief scan”.
Note: “- - -” appears on the display if a sensor that has
been scanned is faulty.
Refer toOperating instructions
Resetting operating data
Saved operating data (e.g. hours run) can be reset to 0.
The value “Adjusted outside temp” is reset to the actual
value.
simultaneously for approximately
1. Press OK and
4 seconds.
2. “Diagnosis”
3. “Reset data”
4. Select required value (e.g. “Burner starts”) or
“All details”.
Brief scan
In the brief scan, you can call up temperatures, software
versions and connected components, for example.
1. Press OK and
simultaneously for approximately
4 seconds.
2. “Diagnosis”
3. “Brief scan”.
4. Press OK. The display shows 9 lines with 6 fields each.
1. Press OK and
simultaneously for approximately
4 seconds.
2. “Diagnosis”
3. Select required group, e.g. “General
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Calling up operating data
Diagnosis and Service Scans
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Diagnosis
The following values can be scanned, depending on the system installed:
Display screen
Explanation
A1*1
Slope
- shift A1
Slope M2*2 - shift M2
Outdoor temperature adjustment
Outdoor temperature actual
Boiler temperature setpoint
Boiler temperature actual
DHW temperature setpoint
DHW temperature actual
Supply temperature
Supply temperature actual
Common supply temperature setpoint
Common supply temperature actual
Boiler coding card
Brief scan 1 to 8
Heating circuit with mixing valve.
Heating circuit with mixing valve.
Low-loss header.
Low-loss header.
For an explanation of the relevant values in the individual lines and fields, see the following table:
Line (brief
scan)
Field
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1
2
3
4
5
6
1:
System type 01 to 10
Software version control unit
Software version programming unit
2:
0
Appliance version
Device identification ZE-ID
3:
0
Number of KM BUS participants
Software version, solar control
module SM1
4:
Software version
Burner control unit
Type
Burner control unit
Burner control unit version
5:
Internal details for calibration
6:
0
7:
LON Subnet address/system
number
LON Node address
0
8:
LON SBVT
configuration
LON Neuron chip software
version
Number of LON participants
0
0
LON software
version
communication
co-processor
0
0
Software
version,
extension AM1
Software
version,
extension EA1
Flow rate
sensor
switching state
1: Flow rate
too low or not
present
0
0
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Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Diagnosis (continued)
For an explanation of the relevant values in the individual lines and fields, see the following table:
Field
1
9:
2
Heating circuit A1
(without mixing valve)
Remote control Software
0: w/o
version remote
1: Vitotrol
control
200/200A/
200 RF
2: Vitotrol
300/300A/
300 RF or
Vitohome
10:
(only for
KM BUS
circulation
pumps)
11:
68
Internal circulation pump
3
4
Heating circuit M2
(with mixing valve)
Remote control
0: w/o
1: Vitotrol
200/200A/
200 RF
2: Vitotrol
300/300A/
300 RF or
Vitohome
Software
version
remote
control
Heating circuit pump,
heating circuit M2
Software
version
Variable
speed
pump
0: No
variable
speed pump
Variable
speed pump
0: Without
1: Wilo
2: Grundfos
Software
version,
variable speed
pump
0: No variable
speed pump
Variable
speed pump
0: Without
1: Wilo
2: Grundfos
0
0
Software version 0
Mixing valve
extension
heating circuit
M2
0: No mixing
valve extension
5
6
Heating circuit M2
(with mixing valve)
Remote control
0: w/o
1: Vitotrol
200/200A/
200 RF
2: Vitotrol
300/300A/
300 RF or
Vitohome
Software version
remote control
Heating circuit pump,
heating circuit M3
Variable
speed pump
0: Without
1: Wilo
2: Grundfos
Software
version
Variable speed
pump
0: No variable
speed pump
Software version
Mixing valve
extension heating
circuit M3
0: No mixing
valve extension
0
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Line
(brief scan)
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Diagnosis and Service Scans
Checking Outputs (Relay Test)
1.
Press OK and
4 seconds.
2.
“Actuator test”
simultaneously for approximately
The following relay outputs can be controlled subject to system design:
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Display
Explanation
All actuators
Off
All actuators are off.
Base load
On
Burner operated at minimum output; circulation pump is started.
Full load
On
Burner operated at maximum output; circulation pump is started.
Output, internal
On
Output sÖ active (boiler circuit pump).
Output 21/28
On
Output sA active (circulation pump for DHW tank heating).
Htg circ pump HC2
On
Heating circuit pump output enabled (extension to heating circuit with mixing valve).
Mixing valve HC2
Open
“Mixing valve open” output enabled (extension to heating circuit with mixing valve).
Mixing valve HC2
Close
“Mixing valve close” output enabled (extension to heating circuit with mixing valve).
Htg circ pump HC3
On
Heating circuit pump output enabled (extension to heating circuit with mixing valve).
Mixing valve HC3
Open
“Mixing valve open” output enabled (extension to heating circuit with mixing valve).
Mixing valve HC3
Close
“Mixing valve close” output enabled (extension to heating circuit with mixing valve).
Outp. int. exten. H1
On
Output at internal extension enabled.
AM1 output 1
On
Output A1 at extension AM1 enabled.
AM1 output 2
On
Output A2 at extension AM1 enabled.
EA1 output 1
On
Contact P - S at plug aBJ of extension EA1 closed.
Solar circuit pump
On
Solar circuit pump output sF on solar control module SM1 active.
Solar circuit pump
minimum
On
Solar circuit pump output on solar control module SM1 switched to minimum
speed.
Solar circuit pump
maximum
On
Solar circuit pump output on solar control module SM1 switched to maximum
speed.
SM1 output 22
On
Output sS on solar control module SM1 active.
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Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Fault Display
In the event of a fault, red fault indicator A flashes.
““ flashes on the display and “Fault” is shown.
Acknowledging a fault
Follow the instructions on the display.
Note: The fault message is transferred to the standard
menu. A fault message facility, if connected, will
be switched OFF. If an acknowledged fault is not
remedied, the fault message will be re-displayed
the following day and the fault message facility
restarted.
Calling up acknowledged faults
Select “Fault” in the standard menu.
The current faults will be displayed in a list.
Calling up fault codes from the fault memory (fault history)
The 10 most recent faults (including resolved ones) are
saved and can be called up.
Faults are sorted by date.
PSI
The fault code is displayed with OK. For an explanation
of the fault code, see the following pages.
For some faults, the type of fault is also displayed in
plain text.
1.
Press OK and
4 seconds.
2.
“Fault history”
3.
“Display?”
simultaneously for approximately
Fault Codes
Fault code
on display
0F
Detailed fault
code*2
-
System behavior*1
Cause
Corrective action
Control mode
Code “0F” is only
displayed in the fault
history
Service required
Note: After servicing select
code “24:0”
10
-
Boiler operates based on
outdoor temperature of
32° F (0°C)
Short circuit on outdoor
temperature sensor
Check the outdoor temperature
sensor (see page 78).
18
-
Boiler operates based on
outdoor temperature of
32° F (0°C)
Outdoor temperature
sensor cable broken
Check the outdoor temperature
sensor (see page 78).
20
-
Regulates without supply
temperature sensor
(low-loss header)
Short circuit on system
flow temperature sensor
Check the low-loss header
sensor (see page 79).
28
-
Regulates without supply
temperature sensor
(low-loss header)
System supply
temperature sensor cable
broken
Check the low-loss header
sensor (see page 79). If no
low loss header sensor is
connected, set code 52:0.
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*1 Control mode: Boiler/burner fully operational (fault code must be verified and reset).
Burner in fault mode: Boiler control requires manual reset before burner can resume operation.
Burner blocked: If fault cause is corrected, burner resumes operation.
*2 Detailed fault code coding address 38:xx (if available).
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Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Fault Codes
Fault code
on display
30
(continued)
Detailed fault
System behavior*1
code*2
140
Burner blocked
38
140
40
-
44
-
48
-
4C
-
50
-
51
-
58
-
59
-
Burner blocked
Cause
Short circuit on boiler
water temperature
sensor
Boiler water temperature
sensor cable broken
Mixing valve closes
Heating circuit 2 with
mixing valve supply
short circuit on
temperature sensor
Mixing valve closes
Short circuit, flow
temperature sensor,
heating circuit 3
(with mixing valve)
Mixing valve closes
Heating circuit 2 with
mixing valve supply
temperature sensor
cable broken
Mixing valve closes
Flow temperature
sensor cable broken
circuit 3 (with mixing
valve)
No DHW heating
Short circuit on DHW
tank temperature
sensor %
With tank loading system:
Short circuit, DHW
Tank heating is started and
tank
stopped via tank temperature temperature sensor 2.
sensor 1.
No DHW heating
Tank temperature
sensor % cable broken
With tank loading system:
Lead break, DHW tank
Tank heating is started and
temperature sensor 2.
stopped via tank temperature
sensor 1.
Corrective action
Check the boiler water
temperature sensor
(see page 79).
Check the boiler water
temperature sensor
(see page 79).
Check the supply
temperature sensor ?@@
(see page 79).
Check flow temperature
sensor (see page 79).
Check the supply temperature
sensor ? (see page 79).
Check flow temperature
sensor (see page 79).
Check the DHW sensor %
(see page 79).
Check the DHW tank
temperature sensor
(see page 79).
Check the DHW sensor %
(see page 79).
Check DHW tank temperature
sensor (see page 79).
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*1 Control mode: Boiler/burner fully operational (fault code must be verified and reset).
Burner in fault mode: Boiler control requires manual reset before burner can resume operation.
Burner blocked: If fault cause is corrected, burner resumes operation.
*2 Detailed fault code coding address 38:xx (if available).
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Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Fault Codes
Fault code
on display
B0
Detailed fault
code*2
141
System behavior*1
Cause
Corrective action
Burner blocked
Flue gas temperature
sensor shorted out
Check flue gas temperature
sensor (see page 80).
B1
-
Control mode (stays in
factory default setting)
Communication fault;
programming unit
(internal)
Check connections and
replace programming unit
if required.
B5
-
Control mode
(factory default setting)
Internal fault
Replace the control unit.
B7
-
Burner blocked
Boiler coding card
missing, faulty or
incorrect boiler coding
card
Plug in boiler coding card or
replace if faulty.
B8
141
Burner blocked
Flue gas temperature
sensor cable broken
Check flue gas temperature
sensor (see page 80).
BA
-
Mixing valve regulates to
a flow temperature of
68°F (20°C)
Communication fault accessory kit for
heating circuit 2 with
mixing valve
Check extension kit connections
and code.
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*1 Control mode: Boiler/burner fully operational (fault code must be verified and reset).
Burner in fault mode: Boiler control requires manual reset before burner can resume operation.
Burner blocked: If fault cause is corrected, burner resumes operation.
*2 Detailed fault code coding address 38:xx (if available).
Troubleshooting
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Fault Codes
Fault code
on display
BB
(continued)
Detailed fault
System behavior*1
code*2
Mixing valve regulates to
a flow temperature of
68°F (20°C)
Cause
Corrective action
Communication error,
extension kit for heating
circuit 3 (with mixing
valve)
Control mode without remote Communication error,
control
remote control Vitotrol
heating circuit 1
(without mixing valve)
Control mode without remote Communication error,
control
remote control Vitotrol
heating circuit 2
(with mixing valve)
Check extension kit connections
and code.
BC
-
Check connections, cable,
coding address “A0” in “Heating
circuit” group and remote
control unit setting.
Check connections, cable,
coding address “A0” in “Heating
circuit” group and remote
control unit setting.
BD
-
BE
-
Control mode with out
remote control
Communication error,
remote control Vitotrol
heating circuit 3
(with mixing valve)
Check connections, cable,
coding address “A0” in “Heating
circuit” group and remote
control unit setting.
BF
-
Control mode
Incorrect LON
communication module
Replace LON communication
module.
C1
-
Control mode
Communication fault
extension EA1
Check connections.
C3
-
Control mode
Extension AM1
communication fault
Check connections.
C4
-
Control mode
Communication fault,
Open Therm extension
Check Open Therm extension.
C5
-
Control mode, max. pump
speed
Communication error,
variable speed internal
pump
Check setting of coding address
“30”
CD
NOT
USED
-
Control mode
Communication fault,
Check connections Vitocom
Vitocom 100 (KM-BUS) 100 coding address “95”
CF
-
Control mode
Communication fault LON communication
module
Replace LON communication
module.
D6
-
Control mode
Input DE1 reports a
fault at extension EA1
Remove fault at appliance
concerned.
D7
-
Control mode
Input DE2 reports a
fault at extension EA1
Remove fault at appliance
concerned.
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*1 Control mode: Boiler/burner fully operational (fault code must be verified and reset).
Burner in fault mode: Boiler control requires manual reset before burner can resume operation.
Burner blocked: If fault cause is corrected, burner resumes operation.
*2 Detailed fault code coding address 38:xx (if available).
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Fault Codes
Fault code
on display
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
(continued)
Detailed fault
Code*2
System behavior*1
Cause
Corrective action
D8
-
Control mode
Input DE3 reports a
fault at extension EA1
DA
-
Control mode without
room influence
Short circuit on room
Check the room temperature
temperature sensor,
sensor, heating circuit 1
heating circuit 1 without without mixing valve.
mixing valve
DB
-
Control mode without
room influence
Room temperature
sensor, shorted out
heating circuit 2 with
mixing valve
Check the room temperature
sensor, heating circuit 2.
DC
-
Control mode without
room influence
Short circuit, room
temperature sensor,
heating circuit 3 (with
mixing valve)
Check room temperature
sensor, heating circuit 3
DD
-
Control mode without
room influence
Room temperature
sensor cable broken,
heating circuit 1
without mixing valve
Check the room temperature
sensor, heating circuit 1 and
the remote control setting
(see page 79).
Control mode without
room influence
Room temperature
sensor cable broken,
heating circuit 2 with
mixing valve
Check the room temperature
sensor, heating circuit 2 and
the remote control settings
(see page 79).
DE
Remove fault at appliance
concerned.
DF
-
Control mode without
room influence
Room temperature
sensor cable broken,
heating circuit 3
(with mixing valve)
Check room temperature
sensor for heating circuit 3
and remote control settings
(see page 79).
E0
-
Control mode
Fault external LON
participant
Check connections and LON
participants.
E1
202
Burner in a fault mode
Ionization current too
high during calibration
Check gap between ionization
electrode and burner gauze
assembly (see page 21). In open
flue mode, prevent very dusty
conditions for the combustion air.
Press reset button R.
E3
204
Burner in a fault mode
Heat transfer too low
during calibration.
Temperature limiter
caused shutdown.
Ensure adequate heat transfer.
Press reset button R.
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*1 Control mode: Boiler/burner fully operational (fault code must be verified and reset).
Burner in fault mode: Boiler control requires manual reset before burner can resume operation.
Burner blocked: If fault cause is corrected, burner resumes operation.
*2 Detailed fault code coding address 38:xx (if available).
Troubleshooting
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Fault Codes
Fault code
on display
(continued)
Detailed fault
code*2
System behavior*1
Cause
Corrective action
E4
-
Burner blocked
Fault, supply voltage
24 V
Replace the control unit.
E5
226
Burner blocked
Fault flame amplifier
Replace control unit.
E7
192
Burner in a fault mode
Ionization current too
low during calibration
Check ionization electrode:
- Distance to burner gauze
assembly (see page 21).
- Contamination of electrode.
- Connecting lead and plug-in
connections.
Check flue system; remedy flue
gas recirculation if required.
Press reset button R.
E8
189
Burner in a fault mode
The ionization current
lies outside the
permissible range
Check gas supply (gas pressure
and gas flow limiter), gas valve
and connecting lead.
Check allocation of gas type
(see page 15).
Check ionization electrode:
- Distance to burner gauze
assembly (see page 21).
- Contamination of electrode
Press reset button R.
EA
193
Burner in a fault mode
The ionization current
lies outside the
permissible range
during calibration
(deviation from
previous level too
great)
Check flue system; remedy flue
gas recirculation if required In
open flue mode, prevent very
dusty conditions for the
combustion air.
Press reset button R. Following
several unsuccessful reset
attempts, replace boiler coding
card and press reset button R.
EB
194
Burner in a fault mode
Repeated flame loss
during calibration
Check gap between ionization
electrode and burner gauze
assembly (see page 21).
Check allocation of gas type
(see page 15). Check flue
system; remedy flue gas
recirculation if required.
Press reset button R.
EC
67
or
195
Burner in a fault mode
Parameter fault
during calibration
Press reset button R
or
Replace boiler coding card and
press reset button R.
ED
191
Burner in a fault mode
Internal fault
Replace control unit.
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*1 Control mode: Boiler/burner fully operational (fault code must be verified and reset).
Burner in fault mode: Boiler control requires manual reset before burner can resume operation.
Burner blocked: If fault cause is corrected, burner resumes operation.
*2 Detailed fault code coding address 38:xx (if available).
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Fault code
on display
(continued)
Detailed fault
code*2
System behavior*1
Cause
Corrective action
Check gas supply (gas pressure
and gas regulator). Check gas
train. Check ionization electrode
and connecting cable.
Check ignition:
- Connecting leads to ignition
module and ignition electrode.
- Ignition electrode gap and
contamination (see page 21).
Check condensate drain.
Press reset button R.
EE
132
Burner in a fault mode
At burner start, flame
signal is missing or too
weak
EF
138
Burner in a fault mode
Flame is lost immediately Check gas supply (gas pressure
after it has built (during
and gas regulator). Check flue
the safety time)
gas/ventilation air system for
flue gas recirculation. Check
ionization electrode (replace
if required):
- Distance to burner gauze
assembly (see page 21).
- Contamination of electrode
Press reset button R.
F0
-
Burner blocked
Internal fault
Replace the control unit.
F1
135
Burner in a fault mode
Maximum flue gas
temperature exceeded
230º F (110º C) limit.
Check heating system fill level.
Bleed air from system. Check
circulation pump. Check boiler
water temperature sensor and
cable. Press reset button R after
vent system has cooled down.
F2
129
Burner in fault mode
Fixed high limit switch
open (activated)
Check heating system fill
level. Check the circulation
pump. Bleed air from the
system. Check fixed high limit
switch and connecting cables.
Press reset button R.
F3
139
Burner in fault mode
Flame signal already
present at burner start
Check the ionization electrode
and connecting cable.
Press reset button R.
F6
-
Burner in a fault state
Boiler water
temperature sensor
temperature values
vary too widely from
one another
Replace boiler water
temperature sensors
F8
148
Burner in fault mode
Gas valve closes too
late
Check the gas valve.
Check both control wiring/
connections.
Press reset button R.
F9
151
or
152
Burner in fault mode
Fan speed too low
during burner start
Check the fan, the fan cables
and power supply. Check the
fan control.
Press reset button R.
*1 Control mode: Boiler/burner fully operational (fault code must be verified and reset).
Burner in fault mode: Boiler control requires manual reset before burner can resume operation.
Burner blocked: If fault cause is corrected, burner resumes operation.
*2 Detailed fault code coding address 38:xx (if available).
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Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Troubleshooting
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Fault Codes
Fault code
on display
F9
(continued)
Detailed fault
code*2
151
or
152
Burner in fault mode
FA
154
Burner in fault mode
FC
190
Burner in fault mode
FD
227
Burner in a fault state
and additional fault B7 is
displayed
-
Burner in a fault state
FE
158, 159,
162 or
225
Burner in fault mode
FF
224
Burner in fault mode
N/A
2
3
5
6
8
29
33
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System behavior*1
Burner in hold/wait state,
boiler not displaying fault
refer to coding address
38:XX
Cause
Corrective action
Fan speed too low
during burner start
Check the fan, the fan cables
and power supply. Check the
fan control.
Press reset button R.
Fan not at standstill
Check the fan, the fan
connecting cables and fan
control. Check the fan control.
Press reset button R.
Gas valve faulty or faulty Check the gas valve.
modulation valve control; Check the vent system.
or vent system blocked
Press reset button R.
Boiler coding card is
Insert the boiler coding card.
missing
Press reset button R.
Replace control unit if fault
persists.
Fault, burner control unit Check ignition electrodes and
connecting cables. Check
whether a strong interference
(EMC) field exists near the
appliance. Press reset button R.
Replace control unit if fault
persists.
Damaged or incorrect
Press reset button R. If the fault
boiler coding card or
persists, check the boiler coding
main PCB
card or replace it or the control
unit.
Internal fault or reset
Restart the equipment.
button R blocked
Replace the control unit if the
equipment will not restart.
Gas supply - no/low gas Check gas supply pressure
pressure detected
No boiler water
Check boiler water flow
circulation detected
Flame failure during
Check ionization electrode
stabalization
Boiler temperature has
Check boiler temperature sensor
exceeded the monitoring
limit
Flue gas temperature has Check flue gas temperature
exceeded the monitoring sensor
limit
Open circuit at terminals Check connection at terminals 1
1 and L on Multi terminal and L (jumper or installed safety
of the power pump
equipment of the Multi terminal
module.
of the power pump module.
Power supply voltage, is Check power, replace control
below minimal operation
level, internal fuse
failure.
*1 Control mode: Boiler/burner fully operational (fault code must be verified and reset).
Burner in fault mode: Boiler control requires manual reset before burner can resume operation.
Burner blocked: If fault cause is corrected, burner resumes operation.
*2 Detailed fault code coding address 38:xx (if available).
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Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Corrective Action
Continuous boiler pump operation
When the Vitodens 200 B2HA boiler is switched from a
single boiler operation to a multi-boiler operation, coding
address 30:0 may automatically reset to 30:3. This will
result in the boiler pump operating continuously. Verify
that the coding address for each boiler is 30:0. Adjust to
30:0 if necessary. Refer to page 54.
Checking the outside temperature sensor
Pull plug “X3” from the control unit.
2.
Test the resistance of the outside temperature
sensor across terminals “X3.1” and “X3.2” on the
disconnected plug and compare it with the curve.
3.
Where actual values deviate severely from the curve
values, disconnect the wires at the sensor and repeat
test on the sensor itself.
4.
Depending on the result, replace the lead or the
outside temperature sensor. Sensor type: NTC 10 kΩ
Resistance in k Ohms
1.
Outdoor temperature
Check fuse
1.
Switch OFF the power.
2.
Release side latches and pivot the control unit down.
3.
Remove cover A.
4.
Check fuse F1 (see wiring diagram on page 86).
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1.
Switch OFF the power.
2.
Open external accessories connection box and check
fuses F1 and F2 (see wiring diagram on page 86).
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Check fuses in the external accessories connection box
Troubleshooting
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Corrective Action
Checking the boiler temperature sensor and fixed high
limit, DHW tank temperature sensor or flow temperature
sensor for the low loss header
1. Boiler temperature sensor:
Remove lead to boiler water temperature sensor §
or fixed high limit §A and check the resistance.
DHW Tank temperature sensor:
Pull plug % from the cable harness at the control
unit and check the resistance.
Supply temperature sensor or Low-loss header
temperature sensor ?:
Pull plug “X3” from the control unit and check the
resistance across terminals “X3.4” and “X3.5”.
Note: Only one temperature sensor ? may be used.
2. Check the sensor resistance and compare the actual
values with the curve.
3. Replace the sensor in the case of severe deviation.
Sensor type: NTC 10 kΩ
WARNING
The boiler temperature sensor is immersed in the heating
water (risk of scalding). Drain the boiler before replacing
the sensor.
Check flue gas temperature sensor
When exceeding the maximum permissible flue gas
temperature value, the flue gas temperature sensor locks
the appliance. Unlock the appliance by pressing reset
button R. after the vent system has cooled down.
Remove cables from flue gas temperature sensor A.
2.
Check the sensor resistance and compare the actual
values with the curve in the chart.
3.
Replace sensor in case of severe deviation.
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Resistance in k Ohms
1.
Temperature sensors
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Troubleshooting
Corrective Action
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
(continued)
Heating circuit
Rotary selector S1 setting
Extension kit for heating circuit with mixing valve
Heating circuit with mixing
valve M2 (heating circuit 2)
2
Checking the setting of rotary selector S1:
The rotary selector on the PCB of the extension kit
defines the assignment to the relevant heating circuit.
Heating circuit with mixing
valve M3 (heating circuit 3)
4
Note: The rotational direction of the mixing valve motor
during its self-test. Then set the mixing valve
manually to “Open”.
Note: The flow temperature sensor must now capture
a higher temperature. If the temperature drops,
either the motor is turning in the wrong direction
or the mixing valve set is incorrectly fitted.
Checking the rotational direction of the mixing valve motor:
After being switched on, the boiler implements a self-test.
During this, the mixing valve is opened and closed again.
Changing the rotational direction of the mixing valve motor
(if required):
1.
Remove the upper casing cover of the extension kit.
WARNING
Electric shock hazard indicates an
imminently hazardous situation which,
if not avoided, may result in substantial
product / property damage, serious injury
or loss of life. Before opening the boiler,
disconnect main power.
2.
At plug gS, switch the cores at terminals“|” and “~”.
3.
Refit the casing cover.
Checking the Vitotronic 200-H (accessories)
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The Vitotronic 200-H is connected to the control unit via
the LON. To test the connection, carry out a participant
check at the boiler control unit (see page 39).
Function Description
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
External Extensions AM1 (accessory)
Functions
One of the following circulation pumps can be connected
to each of the connections A1 and A2:
- Heating circuit pump for the heating circuit without
mixing valve
- Circulation pump for DHW tank heating
- DHW recirculation pump
Select the output functions by means of the codes on
the boiler control unit.
Function assignment
Function
DHW recirculation pump
28
Heating circuit pump 20
Circulation pump for DHW
tank heating 21
Legend
A1
A2
fÖ
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40A
aVG
Circulation pump
Circulation pump
Power supply
A Power supply for additional
accessories
pump (potential-free)
KM BUS
Code (“General” group)
Output A1
Output A2
33:0
34:0(delivered
condition)
34:1
33:1(delivered
condition)
33:2
34:2
Refer to main wiring diagram on page 86.
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Function Description
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Internal Extensions EA1
40A
aBJ
aVG
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PCB
Fuse
Digital input 1
Digital input 2
Digital input 3
0 - 10 V input
Power supply
A power supply for additional accessories
Central fault message
KM BUS
Refer to main wiring diagram on page 86.
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Legend
A1
F1
DE1
DE2
DE3
0 – 10 V
fÖ
Function Description
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Internal Extensions EA1
(continued)
Digital data inputs DE1 to DE3
The following functions can be connected alternatively:
H External heating program changeover for each heating
circuit
H External blocking
H External blocking with fault message input
H External demand with minimum boiler water
temperature
H Fault message input
H Brief operation of the DHW recirculation pump
External contacts must be floating.
Input function assignment
Select the input functions by means of codes in the
“General” group at the boiler control unit:
H DE1: Coding address 3A
H DE2: Coding address 3B
H DE3: Coding address 3C
Assigning the heating program changeover function to
the heating circuits
Select the heating program changeover function for the
respective heating circuit via coding address D8 in the
“Heating circuit” group at the boiler control unit:
H Changeover via input DE1: Code D8:1
H Changeover via input DE2: Code D8:2
H Changeover via input DE3: Code D8:3
The effect of the heating program changeover is selected
via coding address D5 in the “Heating circuit” group.
The duration of the changeover is set via coding address
F2 in the “Heating circuit” group.
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Effect of the external blocking function on the pumps
The effect on the internal circulation pump is selected in
coding address 3E in the “General” group.
The effect on the respective heating circuit pump is
selected in coding address D6 in the “Heating circuit”
group.
The effect on a circulation pump for DHW tank heating is
selected in coding address 5E in the “DHW” group.
Effect of the external demand function on the pumps
The effect on the internal circulation pump is selected in
coding address 3F in the “General” group.
The effect on the respective heating circuit pump is
selected in coding address D7 in the “Heating circuit”
group.
The effect on a circulation pump for DHW tank heating
is selected in coding address 5F in the “DHW” group.
DHW recirculation pump runtime for brief operation
The DHW recirculation pump is started by closing the
contact at DE1, DE2 or DE3 by means of a pushbutton.
The runtime is adjusted via coding address “3D” in the
“General” group.
Analog input 0 - 10V
The 0 - 10V hook-up provides an additional set boiler
water temperature:
0 - 1V taken as “no default for set boiler water
temperature”
1V ≙ set value 10°C
10V ≙ set value 100°C
Ensure DC separation between the ground conductor and
the negative pole of the on-site voltage source.
Output aBJ
The following functions can be connected to output aBJ:
H DHW recirculation pump
or
H Fault message facility
Function assignment
Select the function of output aBJ via coding address “36”
in the “General” group at the boiler control unit.
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Function Description
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Control Functions
External heating program changeover
External blocking
The “External heating program changeover” function is
connected via input “EA1” in the EACB.
You can select which direction the heating program
changeover takes in coding address “D5”:
The “External blocking” and “External blocking and fault
message input” functions are connected via extension
EA1. There are 3 inputs available at extension EA1
(DE1 to DE3).
The function is selected via the following codes:
Coding
Input DE1
3A:3
Heating program changeover
Coding
Input DE2
3B:3
Input DE1
3A:1
Input DE3
3C:3
Input DE2
3B:1
External blocking and fault message input
Coding
Input DE3
3C:1
Input DE1
3A:4
Input DE2
3B:4
Input DE3
3C:4
Assign the heating program changeover function for
the respective heating circuit with code D8 at the boiler
control unit:
Heating program changeover
Coding
Changeover via input DE1
D8:1
Changeover via input DE2
D8:2
Changeover via input DE3
D8:3
You can select which direction the heating program
changeover takes in coding address “D5”.
The effect on the internal circulation pump is selected
with code 3E. Select the effect on the respective heating
circuit pump with code D6.
External demand
The “External demand” function is connected via
extension EA1. There are 3 inputs available at extension
EA1 (DE1 to DE3).
The function is selected via the following codes:
Heating program changeover
Coding
External demand
Coding
Changeover towards “Permanently reduced”
or
“Permanent standby” mode (based on the
selected set point)
D5:0
Input DE1
3A:2
Input DE2
3B:2
Input DE3
3C:2
Changeover towards “Constant heating mode” D5:1
The duration of the heating program changeover can be
adjusted in coding address “F2”:
Heating program changeover
Coding
No changeover
F2:0
Duration of the heating program changeover
1 to 12 hours
F2:1 to
F2:12
The heating program changeover stays enabled for as
long as the contact remains closed, but at least as long as
the duration selected in coding address “F2”.
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External blocking
The effect on the internal circulation pump is selected
with code 3F. The effect on the respective heating circuit
pump is selected with code D7.
The minimum set boiler water temperature in case of
external demand is selected in coding address “9B”.
Venting program
During the venting program, the circulation pump will
be alternately switched on and off for 30 seconds
respectively over a period of 20 minutes.
The burner is switched off during the venting program.
Activate venting program: See “Venting the heating
system”.
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The “External heating program changeover” function is
connected via extension EA1. There are 3 inputs available
at extension EA1 (DE1 to DE3).
The function is selected via the following codes:
Function Description
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
(continued)
Bleeding air program
During the bleeding air program, the circulation pump
will be alternately switched on and off for 30 seconds
respectively over a period of 20 minutes.
The burner is switched off during the venting program.
Activate venting program: See “Venting the heating
system”.
Fill program
If the system is to be filled with the control unit switched
ON, code “2F:2” starts the pump. The burner shuts down
if this function is enabled via coding address “2F”.
The program is automatically disabled after 20 minutes
and coding address “2F” is reset to “0”.
Reducing the heat-up time
During the transition from operation with reduced
room temperature to operation with standard room
temperature, the boiler water or supply temperature will
be raised in accordance with the selected heating curve.
The boiler water or supply temperature can be
automatically increased. The value and duration of the
additional increase of the set boiler water temperature or
supply temperature can be adjusted in coding addresses
“FA” and “FB”.
Raising the reduced room temperature
During operation with reduced room temperature, the
reduced room setpoint temperature can be automatically
raised based on the outdoor temperature.
The temperature is raised in accordance with the selected
heating curve, but no higher than the standard room
temperature setpoint. The outdoor temperature limits
for the start and end of the temperature raising can be
adjusted via coding addresses “F8” and “F9”.
Supply Temperature
Control Functions
Ro
om
Se
tpo
int
Outdoor Temperature
Te
mp
era
tur
e
Boiler / Supply Water
Setpoint Temperature
A Heating curve for operation with standard room
temperature
B Heating curve for operation with reduced room
temperature
Allocating heating circuits to the remote control
The heating circuit allocation must be configured when
commissioning the Vitotrol 200A or Vitotrol 300A.
Heating circuit
Time in hours
A Start of operation with standard room temperature
B Boiler water / supply temperature based on selected
heating curve
C Boiler water / supply temperature based on coding
address “FA”: 50°C + 20% = 60°C
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D Duration of operation with raised boiler water /
supply temperature based on coding address “FB”:
60 minutes
The remote control affects the heating
circuit without mixing valve A1
The remote control affects the heating
circuit with mixing valve M2
The remote control affects the heating
circuit with mixing valve M3
Configuration
Vitotrol
200A
Vitotrol
300A
H1
HC1
H2
HC2
H3
HC3
Note: One heating circuit can be allocated to the Vitotrol
200A. Up to three heating circuits can be allocated
to the Vitotrol 300A. Up to 2 remote controls may
be connected to the control unit. If the heating
circuit allocation is later cancelled, reset coding
address A0 for this heating circuit to 0 (fault
message BC, BD, BE).
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Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Wiring Diagram
DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE
SERVICING BOILER.
If any of the original wires as
supplied with the appliance must
be replaced, it must be replaced
with the exact equivalent.
86
CAUTION
Label all wires prior to disconnection
when servicing controls. Wiring errors
can cause improper and dangerous
operation. Verify proper operation
after servicing.
one function/accessory may
* Only
be assigned to each connection.
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WARNING
Additional Information
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Wiring Diagram
Legend
1
2
3
3A
5
11
15
20
21
[21]
28/20
33
35
40
40A
[53]
54
96
100
100A
111
145
Multi
156A
156B
DE1
DE2
DE3
0-10V
157
190
190A
(continued)
Outdoor Temperature Sensor
Supply Temperature Sensor/Low Loss Header
Boiler Temperature Sensor/High Limit Sensor
Boiler Temperature Sensor/High Limit Sensor
DHW Temperature Sensor
Ionization Electrode
Flue Gas Temperature Sensor
Boiler Pump
DHW Pump
Pump Output Connection
Programmable Pump Output*
Flow Switch (X2 B2HA 80/88/100)
Gas Valve (X2 B2HA 80/88/100)
Power Supply
Accessory Power Output
Powered Accessory Connection
Ignition Transformer
Powered Accessory Connection
Fan Motor
Fan Motor Control
Not Used
KM-BUS
Powered Accessory Connection
Switched Output F2
Switched Output F1
Digital Input 1 (Dry Contact)
Digital Input 2 (Dry Contact)
Digital Input 3 (Dry Contact)
0-10VDC Input
Fault Alarm/DHW Recirc. Pump*
Gas Modulation Coil
Gas Modulation Coil (for 80/88/100)
IMPORTANT
Electrical installations must comply with the latest edition of:
In the U.S.A., the National Electrical Code (NEC),
ANSI/NFPA 70 and any other state, local codes and/or
regulations.
In Canada, the Canadian Electrical Code (CEC),
CSA C22.1 Part 1 and any other province, territory,
local codes and/or regulations.
* See wiring diagram
Boiler Control
External Accessory Connection Board
C Pump Connection Interface
D Extension Module EA1
E KM-BUS for External Devices
F Electrical Junction Box
G Field Wiring Connections
A1 Main Board
A2 Internal Power Supply Unit
A3 Optolink
A4 Burner Control Unit
A5 Programming Unit
A6 Coding Card
A7 Connection Adaptor
A8 LON Communication Module
S1 ON/OFF Switch
S2 Reset Button
X.. Electrical Interface
A
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B
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Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Burner Program Sequence of Operation
Phase 1: Stand-still status test (blower)
A call for heat initiates internal blower sensory
communications to confirm that the blower is truly in
stand-still position. Blower speed measured must be
< 300 rpm within a 51 second period.
Phase 2: Pre-purge speed test
Controller sends and receives signal to / from fan speed
controller to verify maximum rpm of the blower.
Phase 3: Pre-purge
Pre-purge cycle starts within the pre-programmed timing.
Pre-purge timing is in addition to previous phase (2).
The fan speed must be greater than and within the range
of rpm requested by the controller.
Phase 4: Pre-ignition
The ignition spark is initiated and controlled.
Phase 5: Ignition / safety timing / flame stabilization
The gas valve opens during the safety timing period
(4.5 seconds). If a flame is detected, this phase ends
immediately in < 1.5 seconds. If the flame is not
established after 3 trials, the burner will lock out and
will require a manual reset. Controller required time for
flame stabilization.
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Phase 6: Burner modulation operation or calibration
At the end of the flame stabilization period (4.5
seconds.), a release for modulation occurs and the burner
temperature controller will take over from the flame
safeguard. Forced shutdown after 24 hours continuous
operation. Automatic calibration may be initiated by the
controller.
Phase 7: Combination gas valve proof of closure test
If during the normal operation of the burner a controlled
(or uncontrolled) shut-down occurs, a complete
mechanical and electrical gas valve proof of closure test
will be performed by the flame safeguard. After
a successful mechanical and electrical proof of closure
test, the flame safeguard will expect that the flame is not
present. If, however, the flame existed for a period of
>15 seconds, the flame safeguard will go into permanent
lock-out.
Phase 8: Post-purge speed test
Both gas valves are closed during this phase. End call for
heat.
Post-purge occurs during the programmed period.
Phase 9: Additional post-purge
If the fixed high limit trips during normal operation,
the blower will purge for 15 minutes to cool the heat
exchanger.
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Phase 0: Stand-by
Complete shutdown until the next call for heat. In this
phase both the combination gas valve and the blower
are not energized.
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Additional Information
Parts Lists
Model No.
Serial No.
B2HA 80 Boiler 7554705
B2HA 88 Boiler 7554706
B2HA 100 Boiler 7554707
Parts for Main Enclosure Assembly
0001 Cover panel for boiler
0002 Nameplate “Viessmann”
0003 Mounting clip (Set of 2)
0004 Cover panel for electronics
0005 Control housing
0006 Mounting rail, left
0007 Mounting rail, right
0008 Cover panel
0009 Wall-mount bracket
0010 Support bracket, right
0011 Support bracket, left
0012 Leveling bolt
0013 Electrical box
0014 Electrical box cover
Other Parts (not illustrated)
0100 Installation Set *1
0120 Technical Literature Set
0121 Installation Instructions, Vitodens 200-W
0122 Service Instructions, Vitodens 200-W
0123 Operating Instructions, Vitodens 200-W
0124 Parts List, Vitodens 200-W
0125 Parts List, Installation Set
0130 Installation Instructions, rigid and flex pipe
venting system
0140 Warranty Sheet
0150 Conversion kit NG > LP
0160 Touch-up spray paint “Vitowhite”
0161 Touch-up paint stick “Vitowhite”
0162 Lubricant 6g
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*1 For Installation Set please see separate Parts List.
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Additional Information
Parts Lists
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
(continued)
Model No.
Serial No.
B2HA 80 Boiler 7554705
B2HA 88 Boiler 7554706
B2HA 100 Boiler 7554707
Ordering Replacement Parts:
Please provide model no. from rating plate and serial no.
when ordering replacement parts. Order replacement
components from your Viessmann distributor.
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Parts for Pressure Vessel Assembly
0001 Condensate flex hose, exit
0002 Gasket for air intake, d=150mm
0003 Gasket for flue gas, d=100mm
0004 Test port cap (set of 2)
0005 Flue gas sensor #15
0006 Heat exchanger assembly, ASME
0007 Condensate drain kit
0008 Gas distribution pipe 2
0009 Grommet for flue gas, DN110
0010 Vent pipe adaptor, 110/150
0011 Combustion chamber refractory
0012 P-trap
0013 Gasket, 21x30x2mm (set of 5)
0014 Gas distribution pipe 1
0016 Sealing grommet (each)
0017 Grommet for p-trap
0018 Pipe clamp DN25 (set of 5)
0019 Extension pipe 1” NPT for gas
0020 O-ring, 24x2.5mm (set of 5)
0021 Connector D21 for heating supply
0022 Gaskets NG/LP (set of 5)
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Parts Lists
Additional Information
(continued)
Model No.
Serial No.
B2HA 80 Boiler 7554705
B2HA 88 Boiler 7554706
B2HA 100 Boiler 7554707
Ordering Replacement Parts:
Please provide model no. from rating plate and serial no.
when ordering replacement parts. Order replacement
components from your Viessmann distributor.
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Parts for Burner Assembly
0001 Burner gasket, 299x5.6mm
0002 Insulating ring
0003 Burner tube, NG/LP
0004 Gasket for burner tube
0005 Ignition electrode with gasket
0006 Ionization electrode with gasket
0007 Flapper
0008 Radial fan, RG148
0009 Gas valve, CES10 with gasket
0010 Burner mounting flange assembly
0011 Ignition module
0012 Gasket for ionization electrode
0013 Gasket for ignition electrode
0014 Ground terminal (set of 10)
0015 Orifice
0016 Bracket (set of 3)
0017 Mounting plate for ignition module
0018 Cover panel for gas valve
0019 Accessory pack,
burner screws (set of 6)
0020 Sight glass
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Additional Information
Parts Lists
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
(continued)
Model No.
Serial No.
B2HA 80 Boiler 7554705
B2HA 88 Boiler 7554706
B2HA 100 Boiler 7554707
Ordering Replacement Parts:
Please provide model no. from rating plate and serial no.
when ordering replacement parts. Order replacement
components from your Viessmann distributor.
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Parts for Control Assembly
0001 Control console
0002 Control housing, rear
0003 Coding plug
0004 Fuse, T6.3A/250V (set of 10)
0005 Fuse holder
0007 Vitotronic 200 HO1B
0008 LON communication module
0009 Circuit board with LON module
adaptor
0010 Cable harness X8/X9/ionization
0011 Cable harness 100/35/54/PE
0013 Counter plug, Neptune
0014 Strain relief (set of 10)
0015 Locking assembly (left/right)
0016 Outdoor temperature sensor #1
(NTC)
0017 Circuit board for expanded functions
0020 Power/pump control module
0021 Replacement extension module EA1
0022 Fuse, 2.0A/250V (set of 10)
0023 Harness set for power pump control
module
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Parts Lists
Additional Information
(continued)
Model No.
Serial No.
B2HA 80 Boiler 7554705
B2HA 88 Boiler 7554706
B2HA 100 Boiler 7554707
Ordering Replacement Parts:
Please provide model no. from rating plate and serial no.
when ordering replacement parts. Order replacement
components from your Viessmann distributor.
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Parts for Hydronic Assembly
0001 O-ring for heat exchanger (set of 3)
0002 Connection pipe 1 for heating return
0003 Gasket, 1¼ (set of 5)
0004 Ball valve with gasket for
supply/return pipe
0005 Flow switch, VK332M
0006 Connection pipe 2 for heating return
0007 Sealing grommet, di=28.0 w=7
0008 O-ring for supply/return (set of 5)
0009 Extension pipe for supply/return
0010 Connector D32 for heating supply
0011 Heating supply connection pipe
0012 O-ring, 8x2mm (set of 5)
0013 Clip, d=8mm (set of 5)
0014 Pressure gage (psi) with clip and gasket
0015 Sealing grommet, 60x30mm
0016 Boiler temperature sensor #3 (set of 2)
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Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Boiler Model No. B2HA
CSA input Natural Gas (NG)
CSA input Liquid Propane Gas (LPG)
CSA output NG
CSA output LPG
DOE/AHRI Gross output
Net AHRI Rating *4
Heat exchanger surface area
Min. gas supply pressure
Natural gas
Liquid propane gas
Max. gas supply pressure *2
Natural gas
Liquid propane gas
ANSI Z21,13/CSA 4.9
Thermal efficiency
AHRI, BTS-2000 *B
Combustion efficiency
Thermal efficiency
A.F.U.E.
Weight
Boiler water content
Boiler max. flow rate *3
Max. operating pressure
at 210ºF (99ºC)
Boiler water temperature
- Adjustable high limit (AHL) range
space heating (steady state)
DHW production
- Fixed high limit (FHL)
Boiler connections
Boiler heating supply and return
Pressure relief valve
Drain valve
Boiler supply/return for
indirect-fired DHW storage tank
(field supplied)
Gas valve connection
*A
*B
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
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MBH
(kW)
MBH
(kW)
MBH
(kW)
MBH
(kW)
MBH
(kW)
MBH
(kW)
ft.2
(m2)
80
71-285
(21-83)
104-285
(30-83)
*1 65-260
(19-76)
*1 95-260
(28-76)
--226
(66.2)
28.88
(2.68)
88 *A
71-311
(21-91)
104-311
(30-91)
*5 67-294
(20-86)
*5 98-294
(29-86)
292
(85)
254
(74)
28.88
(2.68)
100 *A
71-352
(21-103)
104-311
(30-91)
*5 67-333
(20-98)
*5 98-333
(29-98)
329
(96)
286
(84)
28.88
(2.68)
“w.c.
“w.c.
4
10
4
10
4
10
“w.c.
“w.c.
14
14
14
14
14
14
%
--
94.5
94.5
--92.0
194
(88)
3.4
(12.8)
25
(5700)
60
4
94.2
94.0
-194
(88)
3.4
(12.8)
25
(5700)
60
4
94.0
93.5
-194
(88)
3.4
(12.8)
25
(5700)
60
4
ºF
(ºC)
ºF
(ºC)
ºF (ºC)
68 to 176
(20 to 80)
176
(80)
210 (99)
68 to 176
(20 to 80)
176
(80)
210 (99)
68 to 176
(20 to 80)
176
(80)
210 (99)
NPTM”
NPTF”
(male
thread)
1b
¾
¾
1b
¾
¾
1b
¾
¾
NPT”
1b
1b
1b
NPTF”
1
1
1
%
%
%
lbs
(kg)
USG
(L)
GPM
(L/h)
psig
bar
For high altitude installations 5,000 - 10,000 ft. (1500 m - 3000 m), the input for model B2HA 100 will have an
altitude de-ration of 14% for 5,000 ft. (1500 m) and 29% for 10,000 ft. (3000 m) average of 2.8% / 1,000 ft. (305 m).
Tested to AHRI, BTS-2000 Testing Standard Method to Determine Efficiency of Commercial Heating Boilers.
Output based on 140ºF (60ºC), 120ºF (49ºC) system supply/return temperature.
If the gas supply pressure exceeds the maximum gas supply pressure value, a separate gas pressure regulator
must be installed upstream of the heating system.
See “Waterside Flow” in the Installation Instructions.
Net AHRI rating based on piping and pick-up allowance of 1.15.
Output based on 180ºF (82ºC), 80ºF (26ºC) system supply/return temperature.
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Additional Information
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Technical Data
Boiler Model No. B2HA
Dimensions
Overall depth
Overall width
Overall height
Flue gas *6
Temperature (at boiler return
temperature of 86ºF (30ºC)
- at rated full load
- at rated partial load
Temperature (at boiler return
temperature of 140ºF (60ºC)
Max. condensate flow rate *7
for NG and LPG
TS/TR =104/86ºF (40/30ºC)
Condensate connection *8
Boiler flue gas connection *9
Combustion air supply connection
(coaxial)
Sound Rating
- at maximum input
- at minimum input
80
88 *A
100 *A
inches
(mm)
inches
(mm)
inches
(mm)
21
(530)
19
(480)
43½
(850)
21
(530)
19
(480)
43½
(1105)
21
(530)
19
(480)
43b
*10 (1105)
ºF (ºC)
ºF (ºC)
95 (35)
91 (33)
135 (57)
99 (37)
135 (57)
99 (37)
ºF (ºC)
149 (65)
162 (72)
162 (72)
USG/h
(L/h)
2.77
(10.5)
3.1
(11.7)
3.5
(13.1)
¾-1
¾-1
¾-1
43/8 (110)
43/8 (110)
43/8 (110)
6 (150)
6 (150)
6 (150)
56
38
69
38
69
38
hose nozzle
Ø in.
Ø
in. (mm)
outer
Ø in. (mm)
dB
dB
*A
For high altitude installations 5,000 - 10,000 ft. (1500 m - 3000 m), the input for model B2HA 100 will have an
altitude de-ration of 14% for 5,000 ft. (1500 m) and 29% for 10,000 ft. (3000 m) average of 2.8% / 1,000 ft. (305 m).
*6
Measured flue gas temperature with a combustion air temperature of 68°F (20°C).
*7
Based on maximum input rate.
*8
Requires 1 inch (25 mm) tubing. See the Installation Instructions of the Vitodens 200-W, B2HA for details.
*9
For side wall vent installations (coaxial system):
Do not exceed max. equivalent length specified in the Installation Instructions of the Vitodens 200-W, B2HA
Venting System.
The Vitodens 200-W can only be common vented with other Vitodens 200-W boilers of the same size and series.
Side wall co-axial vent installation must include Viessmann protective screen!
For details refer to the Installation Instructions for the Vitodens 200-W, B2HA Venting System.
*10 Add approximately 2b inches (65 mm) for coaxial vent pipe transition adaptor.
For information regarding other Viessmann System Technology componentry, please reference the documentation
of each respective product.
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Note: For high altitude installation at 10,000 ft. the input for model B2HA 19 to 80 will have an altitude de-ration of 21%.
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Maintenance Record
Additional Information
Vitodens 200-W B2HA 80, 88, 100 Service
Lighting and Operating Instructions
FOR YOUR SAFETY READ BEFORE OPERATING
W A R N I N G: If you do not follow these instructions exactly, a fire or
explosion may result causing property damage, personal injury or loss of life.
A. This appliance does not have a pilot. It is equipped
with an ignition device which automatically lights
the burner. Do not try to light the burner by hand.
B. BEFORE OPERATING smell all around the appliance
area for gas. Be sure to smell next to the floor
because some gas is heavier than air and will
settle on the floor.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
• Do not try to light any appliance.
• Do not touch any electric switch; do not use any
phone in your building.
• Immediately call your gas supplier from a
neighbor’s phone. Follow the gas supplier’s
instructions.
• If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the
fire department.
C. Use only your hand to push in or turn the gas
control knob. Never use tools. If the knob will
not push in or turn by hand, don’t try to
repair it, call a qualified service technician.
Force or attempted repair may result in a fire
or explosion.
D. Do not use this appliance if any part has been
under water. Immediately call a qualified
service technician to inspect the appliance
and to replace any part of the control system
and any gas control which has been under
water.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
1. STOP! Read the safety information above on
this label.
2. Set thermostat or other operating control to
lowest setting.
3. Turn off all electric power to the appliance.
4. This appliance is equipped with an ignition
device which automatically lights the burner.
Do not try to light the burner by hand.
5. Close main gas shut-off valve.
6. Wait five (5) minutes to clear out any gas.
Then smell for gas, including near the floor.
If you smell gas, STOP! Follow “B” in the
safety information above on this label. If you
don’t smell gas, go to the next step.
7. Open main gas shut-off valve.
8. Turn on all electric power to the appliance.
9. Set thermostat or other operating control to
desired setting.
Manual gas shutoff
Closed
10. If the appliance will not operate, follow the
instructions “To Turn Off Gas To Appliance”
and call your service technician or gas
supplier.
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TO TURN OFF GAS TO APPLIANCE
1. Set thermostat or other operating control to lowest setting.
2. Turn off all electric power to the appliance if service is to be performed.
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3. Close main gas shut-off valve.
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