Daikin EHYHBH08AA Installation manual

User reference guide
Daikin Altherma hybrid heat pump
EHYHBH05AA
EHYHBH08AA
EHYHBX08AA EHYKOMB33AA
User reference guide
Daikin Altherma hybrid heat pump
English
Table of contents
9 Troubleshooting
Table of contents
1 General safety precautions
1.1
1.2
About the documentation...........................................................
1.1.1
Meaning of warnings and symbols..............................
For the user ...............................................................................
2
2
2
3
2 About this document
3
3 About the system
3
3.1
Components in a typical system layout .....................................
4 Operation
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
Overview: Operation..................................................................
The user interface at a glance ...................................................
4.2.1
Buttons........................................................................
4.2.2
Status icons ................................................................
Basic usage ...............................................................................
4.3.1
Using home pages ......................................................
4.3.2
Using the menu structure............................................
4.3.3
Turning ON/OFF controls............................................
Space heating/cooling control ...................................................
4.4.1
About space heating/cooling control ...........................
4.4.2
Setting the space operation mode ..............................
4.4.3
Controlling the temperature ........................................
Domestic hot water control ........................................................
4.5.1
About domestic hot water control................................
4.5.2
Instant DHW (no tank installed) ..................................
4.5.3
Tank ............................................................................
Advanced usage........................................................................
4.6.1
Using quiet mode ........................................................
4.6.2
Using holiday mode ....................................................
4.6.3
Reading out information..............................................
4.6.4
Configuring date, time, units of measurement,
contrast and backlight .................................................
4.6.5
Configuring user profile and home pages ...................
4.6.6
Locking and unlocking buttons and functions .............
Preset values and schedules.....................................................
4.7.1
Using preset values ....................................................
4.7.2
Using and programming schedules ............................
4.7.3
Schedules: Example ...................................................
4.7.4
Predefined schedules: Room temperature + leaving
water temperature (main)............................................
4.7.5
Predefined schedules: Leaving water temperature
(additional) ..................................................................
4.7.6
Predefined schedules: DHW tank temperature...........
Menu structure: Overview..........................................................
Installer settings: Tables to be filled in by installer ....................
4.9.1
Quick wizard ...............................................................
4.9.2
Space heating/cooling control.....................................
4.9.3
Domestic hot water control [A.4] .................................
4.9.4
Contact/helpdesk number [6.3.2] ................................
5 Setting the energy prices
5.1
5.2
5.3
6.1
3
10 Relocation
10.1
22
22
Overview: Disposal.................................................................... 22
12 Glossary
23
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General safety precautions
1.1
About the documentation
▪ The original documentation is written in English. All other
languages are translations.
▪ The precautions described in this document cover very important
topics, follow them carefully.
▪ All activities described in the installation manual must be
performed by an authorized installer.
1.1.1
Meaning of warnings and symbols
DANGER
Indicates a situation that results in death or serious injury.
DANGER: RISK OF ELECTROCUTION
15
15
16
16
16
16
17
18
18
18
19
20
20
20
20
20
20
21
To view the energy statistics ..................................................... 21
Indicates a situation that could result in electrocution.
DANGER: RISK OF BURNING
Indicates a situation that could result in burning because of
extreme hot or cold temperatures.
WARNING
Indicates a situation that could result in death or serious
injury.
CAUTION
Indicates a situation that could result in minor or moderate
injury.
NOTICE
Indicates a situation that could result in equipment or
property damage.
INFORMATION
Indicates useful tips or additional information.
DANGER: RISK OF EXPLOSION
Indicates a situation that could result in explosion.
7 Energy saving tips
21
DANGER: RISK OF POISONING
8 Maintenance and service
21
Indicates a situation that could result in poisoning.
8.1
8.2
22
22
22
22
22
Overview: Relocation................................................................. 22
11 Disposal
11.1
22
Overview: Troubleshooting........................................................
To check the error history..........................................................
Symptom: You are feeling too cold (hot) in your living room .....
Symptom: The water at the tap is too cold ................................
Symptom: Heat pump failure .....................................................
4
To set the gas price ................................................................... 20
To set the electricity price.......................................................... 20
To set the electricity price schedule timer ................................. 21
6 Energy visualisation
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
Overview: Maintenance and service.......................................... 21
To find the contact/helpdesk number ........................................ 21
WARNING: PROTECT AGAINST FROST
Indicates a situation that could result in equipment or
property damage.
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2 About this document
1.2
For the user
▪ If you are not sure how to operate the unit, contact your installer.
▪ The appliance is not intended for use by persons, including
children, with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or
lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a
person responsible for their safety. Children must be supervised to
ensure that they do not play with the product.
Document
Contains…
Operation
manual
Quick guide for basic
usage
User
reference
guide
Detailed step­by­step
instructions and
background information
for basic and advanced
usage
CAUTION
Do NOT rinse the unit. This may cause electric shocks or
fire.
NOTICE
▪ Do NOT place any objects or equipment on top of the
unit.
▪ Do NOT sit, climb or stand on the unit.
▪ Units are marked with the following symbol:
This means that electrical and electronic products may not be
mixed with unsorted household waste. Do NOT try to dismantle
the system yourself: the dismantling of the system, treatment of
the refrigerant, of oil and of other parts must be done by an
authorized installer and must comply with applicable legislation.
Units must be treated at a specialized treatment facility for reuse,
recycling and recovery. By ensuring this product is disposed of
correctly, you will help to prevent potential negative consequences
for the environment and human health. For more information,
contact your installer or local authority.
Format
General
Safety instructions that
safety
you must read before
precautions operating your system
Paper (in the box of the
indoor unit)
Digital files on http://
www.daikineurope.com/
support­and­manuals/
product­information/.
Latest revisions of the supplied documentation may be available on
the regional Daikin website or via your installer.
Available screens
Depending on your system layout and installer configuration, not all
screens in this document may be available on your user interface.
Breadcrumbs
7.4.1.1
Room temperature 1
Comfort (heating)
20.0°C >
18.0°C >
Eco (heating)
Comfort (cooling)
22.0°C >
24.0°C >
Eco (cooling)
Select
Scroll
Breadcrumbs help you to locate where you are in the menu structure
of the user interface. This document also mentions these
breadcrumbs.
Example: Go to [7.4.1.1]: > User settings > Preset values >
Room temperature > Comfort (heating)
▪ Batteries are marked with the following symbol:
3
This means that the batteries may not be mixed with unsorted
household waste. If a chemical symbol is printed beneath the
symbol, this chemical symbol means that the battery contains a
heavy metal above a certain concentration.
Possible chemical symbols are: Pb: lead (>0.004%).
Waste batteries must be treated at a specialized treatment facility
for reuse. By ensuring waste batteries are disposed of correctly,
you will help to prevent potential negative consequences for the
environment and human health.
About the system
Depending on the system layout, the system can:
▪ Heat up a space
▪ Cool down a space (if a heating/cooling heat pump model is
installed)
▪ Produce domestic hot water
3.1
2
Components in a typical system
layout
About this document
▪ Read the documentation carefully before operating the user
interface to ensure the best possible performance.
▪ Request the installer to inform you about the settings that he used
to configure your system. Check if he has filled in the installer
settings tables. If not, request him to do so.
g
C
Thank you for purchasing this product. Please:
d
B
A
e
c
a
b
f
▪ Keep the documentation for future reference.
Target audience
End users
Documentation set
This document is part of a documentation set. The complete set
consists of:
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B
C
a
b
c
d
Main zone. Example: Living room.
Additional zone. Example: Bedroom.
Technical room. Example: Garage.
Outdoor unit heat pump
Indoor unit heat pump
Instant domestic hot water or domestic hot water (DHW) tank
User interface at the indoor unit
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4 Operation
e
f
g
User interface in the living room, used as room thermostat
Radiators
Heat pump convectors or fan coil units
4
Operation
4.1
Overview: Operation
4.2
The user interface at a glance
4.2.1
Buttons
You can operate the system via the user interface. This part
describes how to use the user interface:
Part
At a glance
Description
b
c
a
d
▪ Buttons
▪ Status icons
Basic usage
Information about:
▪ Home pages, where you can read out
and change settings that are meant for
daily usage
▪ Menu structure, where you can read out
and configure settings that are NOT
meant for daily usage
f
a
▪ ON/OFF controls
Space heating/cooling
control
How to control space heating/cooling:
▪ Setting the space operation mode
b
▪ Controlling the temperature
Domestic hot water
control
How to control domestic hot water:
c
▪ Reheat mode
▪ Scheduled mode
▪ Scheduled + reheat mode
Advanced usage
d
Information about:
▪ Quiet mode
▪ Holiday mode
▪ Reading out information
e
▪ Date, time, units of measurement,
contrast and backlight
▪ User profile and home pages
▪ Locking and unlocking buttons and
functions
Preset values and
schedules
▪ How to use preset values
▪ How to select and program schedules.
▪ Overview of predefined schedules
Menu structure
Overview of menu structure
Installer settings table
Overview of installer settings
f
e
HOME PAGES
▪ Switches between home pages (when you are on a home
page).
▪ Goes to the default home page (when you are in the menu
structure).
MALFUNCTION INFORMATION
If a malfunction occurs, is displayed on the home pages.
Press to display more information about the malfunction.
ON/OFF
Turns ON or OFF one of the controls (room temperature,
leaving water temperature, DHW tank temperature).
MENU STRUCTURE/BACK
▪ Opens the menu structure (when you are on a home page).
▪ Goes up a level (when you are navigating through the menu
structure).
▪ Goes back 1 step (example: when you are programming a
schedule in the menu structure).
NAVIGATING/CHANGING SETTINGS
▪ Navigates the cursor on the display.
▪ Navigates through the menu structure.
▪ Changes settings.
▪ Selects a mode.
OK
▪ Confirms a selection.
▪ Enters a submenu in the menu structure.
▪ Switches between displaying actual and desired values, or
between displaying actual and offset values (if applicable) on
the home pages.
▪ Goes to the next step (when you are programming a
schedule in the menu structure).
▪ Enables you to activate or deactivate child lock if pressed for
more than 5 seconds on a home page.
▪ Enables you to activate or deactivate a function lock if
pressed for more than 5 seconds in the main menu of the
menu structure.
INFORMATION
If you press or while changing settings, the changes
will NOT be applied.
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4 Operation
4.2.2
Status icons
Icon
INFORMATION
Boiler operation does NOT necessarily imply burner
operation. When a heating demand is sent to the boiler,
boiler operation ( ) is continuous, but the burner will ONLY
operate alternately.
Description
Space operation mode = Heating.
Space operation mode = Cooling.
Heat pump (compressor) operation or boiler
operation. This symbol is related to the home page.
4.3
Basic usage
Desired room temperature = preset value (Comfort;
daytime).
4.3.1
Using home pages
Desired room temperature = preset value (Eco;
nighttime).
▪ On the room temperature home page: Desired
room temperature = according to the selected
schedule.
▪ On the DHW tank temperature home page:
DHW tank mode = Scheduled mode.
DHW tank mode = Reheat mode.
About home pages
You can use the home pages to read out and change settings that
are meant for daily usage. What you can see and do on the home
pages is described where applicable. Depending on your system
layout, the following home pages may be possible:
▪ Room temperature (Room)
▪ Main leaving water temperature (LWT main)
▪ Additional leaving water temperature (LWT add)
DHW tank mode = Scheduled + reheat mode.
▪ DHW tank temperature (Tank)
At the next scheduled action, the desired temperature
will increase.
▪ Instant DHW (DHW)
At the next scheduled action, the desired temperature
will NOT change.
At the next scheduled action, the desired temperature
will decrease.
The preset value (Comfort or Eco) or scheduled value
is temporarily overruled.
The system will produce domestic hot water for the
indicated number of persons.
The DHW tank booster mode is active or ready to be
activated.
Quiet mode is active.
Holiday mode is active or ready to be activated.
To go to a home page
1
Press .
Result: One of the home pages is displayed.
2
Press 4.3.2
again to display the next home page (if any).
Using the menu structure
About the menu structure
You can use the menu structure to read out and configure settings
that are NOT meant for daily usage. What you can see and do in the
menu structure is described where applicable. For an overview of
the menu structure, see "4.8 Menu structure: Overview" on page
19.
To go to the menu structure
Child lock mode and/or function lock mode is active.
Boiler operation.
1
From a home page, press Heat pump (compressor) operation.
Boiler and heat pump (compressor) operation.
The disinfection mode is active.
A malfunction occured. Press to display more
information about the malfunction.
Weather­dependent mode is active.
User permission level = Installer.
.
Result: The menu structure is displayed.
1
>
>
Auto >
Heating >
Set time/date
Holiday
Quiet mode
Operation mode
Select schedules
Information
Select
Scroll
To navigate in the menu structure
Use , , , , and .
Defrost/oil return mode is active.
Hot start mode is active.
Emergency operation is active.
INFORMATION
When the gas boiler is in maintenance mode, a gas boiler
test run is being performed or changes to settings are
being saved, the user interface displays Busy.
If this is the case, the user interface is temporarily disabled
so as not to allow interference with the actions the system
is performing at that moment.
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4 Operation
4.3.3
Turning ON/OFF controls
4.4.2
About turning ON/OFF controls
About space operation modes
Before you can control…
Room temperature
Setting the space operation mode
You have to turn ON…
Room temperature control
(Room)
Main (+ additional) leaving water Main (+ additional) leaving water
temperature
temperature control (LWT main
and LWT add)
Main and additional leaving
water temperature control are
always turned ON or OFF
together.
DHW tank temperature
Domestic hot water control
(Tank)
Instant DHW temperature
Instant domestic hot water
control (DHW)
Depending on your heat pump model, you have to tell the system
which space operation mode to use: heating or cooling.
If a… heat pump model
is installed
Then…
Heating/cooling
The system can heat up and cool down a
space. You have to tell the system which
space operation mode to use.
Heating only
The system can heat up a space, but
NOT cool down a space. You do NOT
have to tell the system which space
operation mode to use.
To tell the system which space operation to use, you can do the
following:
You can…
If you turn ON…
Room temperature control
Then…
Main (+ additional) leaving water
temperature control is
automatically turned ON.
Location
Check which space operation mode is
currently used.
Set the space operation mode.
Room temperature control
Then…
Main (+ additional) leaving water
temperature control is NOT
automatically turned OFF.
Main (+ additional) leaving water Room temperature control is
temperature control
automatically turned OFF.
2
Go to the home page of the control. Example: Room
temperature home page (Room).
To determine if a heating/cooling heat pump model is installed
1
Press 2
Check if [4] Operation mode is listed. If so, a heating/cooling
heat pump model is installed.
1
Go to the room temperature home page (Room).
2
Press .
To turn ON or OFF the leaving water temperature (main +
additional) control
1
2
Go to one of the following the home pages:
Go to one of the following the home pages:
▪ Room temperature home page (Room)
▪ Main leaving water temperature home page (LWT main)
▪ Additional leaving water temperature home page (LWT add)
OFF, OFF is also displayed on the screen. 1
to go to the menu structure.
To check which space operation mode is currently used
Check if the LED is ON or OFF. Note: If the control is turned
To turn ON or OFF the room temperature control
Menu structure
Restrict when automatic changeover is
possible.
To check if a control is turned ON or OFF
1
▪ Room temperature
▪ Leaving water
temperature (main
+ additional)
Main (+ additional) leaving water Room temperature control is
temperature control
NOT automatically turned ON.
If you turn OFF…
Home pages:
2
Check the status icon:
If you see…
Then…
Operation mode = heating.
Unit is NOT heating up your space.
However, the DHW tank can be
heating up.
▪ Main leaving water temperature home page (LWT main)
▪ Additional leaving water temperature home page (LWT add)
Operation mode = heating.
Press Unit is heating up your space at this
moment.
.
To turn ON or OFF the domestic hot water control
1
Go to the DHW tank temperature home page (Tank).
2
Press .
To turn ON or OFF the instant domestic hot water control
1
Go to the instant DHW temperature home page (DHW).
2
Press .
4.4
Space heating/cooling control
4.4.1
About space heating/cooling control
Operation mode = cooling.
Unit is NOT cooling down your space.
However, the DHW tank can be
heating up.
Operation mode = cooling.
Unit is cooling down your space at this
moment.
Controlling space heating/cooling typically consists of the following
stages:
1
Setting the space operation mode
2
Controlling the temperature
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To set the space operation mode
Typical additional leaving water temperature home page:
1
Go to [4]: > Operation mode.
2
Select one of the following options and press If you select…
User profile = Basic
:
Then the space operation mode is…
Heating Always heating mode.
Cooling Always cooling mode.
Automatic Automatically changed by the software
based on the outdoor temperature
(and depending on installer settings
also the indoor temperature), and
taking monthly restrictions into
account.
Note: Automatic changeover is only
possible under certain conditions.
45°C
2
Go to [6]: 3
Press Go to [7.5]: 2
Select a month and press 3
Select Heating only, Cooling only or Heating/Cooling, and press
.
> Information.
for more than 5 seconds.
Result: The user permission level switches to Adv. end user.
Additional information is displayed and "+" is added to the menu
title.
4
Check the following:
If…
Then the temperature control is…
Main zone
.
Room temperature is
listed under:
When
Restriction
Heating only Example: October, November,
December, January, February and March.
During warm season.
Cooling only Thermostat main A is
listed under:
Heating/Cooling [6.5]: > Information
> Actuators
Example: June, July and August.
In­between.
Example: April, May and September.
Else
Controlling the temperature
About controlling the temperature
Depending on the system layout and installer configuration, you use
a different temperature control:
▪ Room thermostat control (linked or NOT linked to leaving water
temperature)
5
Room thermostat
control.
External room
thermostat control.
External room thermostat control.
Leaving water temperature control.
Only for room thermostat control: Go to the main leaving water
temperature home page (LWT main) and check the following:
Is displayed
next to the
set point?
Yes
Then leaving water set point and room
temperature set point are…
NOT linked.
You can set the leaving water set point on
the home page.
▪ Leaving water temperature control
No
▪ External room thermostat control
Additional zone
(if any)
[6.1]: > Information
> Sensor information Go to next step to
check if leaving
water set point and
room temperature
set point are
linked.
Typical automatic changeover restrictions
4.4.3
Mon 17:30
> User settings > Allowed operation mode.
During cold season.
Mon 15:20
LWT add
45°C
Desired temperature
Desired temperature
To restrict automatic changeover operation mode
1
User profile = Detailed
Mon 15:20
LWT add
Linked by their preset values. You can set
the preset values in the menu structure.
To determine which temperature control you are using
(method 1)
Room thermostat control
Check the installer settings table filled in by the installer.
Room thermostat control means that you control the following:
To determine which temperature control you are using
(method 2)
▪ Room temperature of the main zone
If you have 2 user interfaces, perform the following procedure on the
user interface at the indoor unit.
1
Press multiple times to switch between home pages, and
check if the additional leaving water temperature home page
(LWT add) is available:
If …
Available
NOT available
Then you have…
A main zone and an additional
zone
Only a main zone
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▪ Leaving water temperature of the main zone
Room temperature of the main zone
To control the room temperature of the main zone, you can do the
following:
You can…
Read out the actual and desired room
temperature.
Location
Room temperature
home page
Temporarily overrule the room temperature
schedule.
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You can…
Location
Change the mode from scheduled to preset Room temperature
value.
home page if user
profile = Detailed
If you do this, you also have to define (in the
menu structure):
▪ Preset values
You can…
Location
Select which leaving water temperature
schedule (main + additional) you want to
use.
Menu structure
Program leaving water temperature
schedule (main + additional).
Define preset values that are used by the
leaving water temperature schedule (main).
▪ Overrule period (Temperature lock)
Select which room temperature schedule
you want to use.
Menu structure
▪ "Using the leaving water temperature home pages (main +
additional)" on page 10
Program schedules.
Define preset values that are used by the
room temperature schedule, and when you
change the mode from scheduled to preset
value.
▪ "4.7 Preset values and schedules" on page 16
External room thermostat control
See also:
▪ "Using the room temperature home page" on page 8
▪ Leaving water temperature on the user interface (Daikin)
▪ "4.7 Preset values and schedules" on page 16
Leaving water temperature of the main zone
To control the leaving water temperature of the main zone, you can
do the following:
You can…
Location
Leaving water
temperature home
page (main)
Adjust the leaving water temperature.
External room thermostat control means that you control the
following:
▪ Room temperature on the external thermostat control
▪ "To set the overrule period" on page 9
Read out the desired leaving water
temperature.
See also:
To control the leaving water temperature, you can do the following:
You can…
Location
Read out the desired leaving water
temperature.
Leaving water
temperature home
pages (main +
additional)
Adjust the desired leaving water
temperature.
Only change this if the desired room
temperature cannot be reached.
Condition: Leaving water set point is NOT
linked with the room temperature set point.
See also: "Using the leaving water temperature home pages (main +
additional)" on page 10.
Only change this if the desired room
temperature cannot be reached.
Using the room temperature home page
Define preset values.
Menu structure
Typical room temperature home pages
Depending on the user profile, the user interface gives you either a
basic or a detailed home page. To switch between home pages, go
to [7.1.3]: > User settings > Display > User profile.
Condition: Leaving water set point is linked
with the room temperature set point.
User profile = Basic
Only change this if the desired room
temperature cannot be reached.
Mon 15:20
Room
See also:
▪ "Using the leaving water temperature home pages (main +
additional)" on page 10
User profile = Detailed
20.0°C
Mon 15:20
Room
Actual temperature
20.0°C
Scheduled
Tue 17:30
Actual temperature
▪ "4.7 Preset values and schedules" on page 16
To read out the actual and desired room temperature
Leaving water temperature control
1
Leaving water temperature control means that you only control the
leaving water temperature. To control the leaving water temperature,
you can do the following:
You can…
Location
Read out the desired leaving water
temperature (main + additional).
▪ Adjust/overrule the temperature (main).
leaving User reference guide
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Result: You can read out the actual temperature. 20.0°C
Actual temperature
2
Leaving water
temperature home
water pages (main +
additional)
▪ Adjust the leaving water temperature
(additional).
Go to the room temperature home page (Room).
Press .
Result: You can read out the desired temperature. 22.0°C
Desired temperature
To temporarily overrule the room temperature schedule
1
Go to the room temperature home page (Room).
2
Use or to adjust the temperature.
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To change the mode from scheduled to preset value
If user profile = Detailed, then you can:
Prerequisite: User profile = Detailed.
▪ Temporarily overrule the room temperature schedule by
pressing or (same as if user profile = Basic)
1
Go to the room temperature home page (Room).
2
Press or to select a preset value ( or ).
Result: The mode will return to Scheduled according to the overrule
period.
▪ Change the mode from scheduled to a preset value by pressing
or Situation
Example: Temporarily overruling the schedule AND changing
the mode to preset value
18.0°C
You have configured the following settings:
Settings
Preset values
15:20 => Desired temperature =
preset value (Eco (heating)) =
18°C.
Scheduled
Mon 17:00
Description
Comfort (heating) =
20°C
Description
Room temperature schedule is
used.
15:20
Desired temperature when
you are at home.
The next scheduled action is at
17:00 and the desired
temperature will then increase.
Eco (heating) = 18°C Desired temperature:
18.0°C
▪ When you are away
19.0°C
You temporarily overrule the
schedule.
▪ During the night
Schedule
07:00 Comfort
You are at home.
Desired temperature = custom
temperature = 19°C.
Scheduled
Mon
17:00
Scheduled
Mon
17:00
Desired temperature =
preset value (Comfort
(heating)).
09:00 Eco
You are away.
Desired temperature =
preset value (Eco
(heating)).
17:00 Comfort
19:00 21°C
Overrule period 2 hours
(Temperature
lock)
18.0°C
20.0°C
You change the mode from
scheduled to preset value
(Comfort (heating)).
Scheduled
Mon
17:20
Scheduled
Mon
17:00
You are at home.
Desired temperature = preset
value (Comfort (heating)) = 20°C.
Desired temperature =
preset value (Comfort
(heating)).
After 2 hours, the schedule will
be used again (17:20 => 20°C).
You are at home and want
it to be a little warmer.
Desired temperature =
custom temperature.
23:00 Eco
At the next scheduled action
(17:00), the schedule will be
used again.
20.0°C
21.0°C
Before you have changed the
mode from scheduled to preset
value, and now you temporarily
overrule the preset value.
Scheduled
Mon
17:20
Scheduled
Mon
17:20
Desired temperature = custom
temperature = 21°C.
Desired temperature =
preset value (Eco
(heating)).
If you temporarily overrule
the schedule by a preset
value, after 2 hours the
schedule will be used
again.
After 2 hours, the schedule will
be used again (17:20 => 20°C).
To set the overrule period
1
Go to [7.2]: 2
Select a value and press > User settings > Temperature lock.
:
▪ Permanent
▪ hours (2, 4, 6, 8)
If user profile = Basic, then you can temporarily overrule the room
temperature schedule by pressing or .
Situation
15:20
18.0°C
15:20
19.0°C
Description
15:20 => Scheduled temperature
= preset value (Eco (heating))=
18°C.
You temporarily overrule the
schedule.
Usage example: You have a party
If you are in the following situation:
▪ You are using the following room temperature schedule:
▪ 17:00 preset value (Comfort) = 20°C
▪ 23:00 preset value (Eco) = 18°C
▪ Tonight you have a party and you want to use the preset value
(Comfort) until 02:00.
Desired temperature = custom
temperature = 19°C.
At the next scheduled action
(17:00), the schedule will be
used again.
Then you can do the following:
1
Set the overrule period (Temperature lock) to 6 hours.
2
At 20:00, go to the room temperature home page (Room).
3
Press to select .
Result: The preset value (Comfort) will be used until 02:00.
After that, the schedule will be used again.
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Usage example: You go away for a couple of hours
If you are in the following situation:
To adjust/overrule the leaving water temperature (main)(NOT
linked to room thermostat control)
INFORMATION
▪ You are using the following room temperature schedule:
Adjusting the leaving water temperature is permanent
unless the leaving water temperature is according to a
schedule. In that case the overruling is valid until the next
scheduled action.
▪ 08:00 preset value (Comfort) = 20°C
▪ 23:00 preset value (Eco) = 18°C
▪ At 14:00, you go away for 3 hours.
1
Go to [7.4.2]: > User settings > Preset values > LWT main.
Then you can do the following:
35°C 37°C
1
Set the overrule period (Temperature lock) to 2 hours.
2
Go to the room temperature home page (Room).
3
Press 2
Press or to adjust/overrule. Example: To adjust/overrule the leaving water temperature (main)(linked
to room thermostat control)
to select .
Result: For the next 2 hours, the room will NOT be heated to the
scheduled 20°C, but to the preset value (Eco = 18°C). After the
2 hours, the room will heat up again to the scheduled 20°C.
INFORMATION
You cannot adjust/overrule the leaving water temperature
(main) for room thermostat control with linked leaving
water temperatures. However if necessary, you can adjust
the desired leaving water temperature (main) by adjusting
preset values.
Advantage:
You save energy because you do NOT heat the room unnecessary,
and by the time you come home the room is warm again.
INFORMATION
Using the leaving water temperature home pages
(main + additional)
Adjusting the leaving water temperature is permanent
unless the leaving water temperature is according to a
schedule. In that case the overruling is valid until the next
scheduled action.
INFORMATION
The leaving water is the water that is sent to the heat
emitters. The desired leaving water temperature is set by
your installer in accordance with the heat emitter type.
Example: Underfloor heating is designed for lower leaving
water temperature than radiators and heat pump
convectors and/or fan coil units. You only have to adjust
leaving water temperature settings in case of problems.
1
Go to [7.4.2]: 2
Set the Preset values > according to following graph.
> User settings > Preset values > LWT main.
Example: Room thermostat comfort temperature will correspond
with leaving water comfort temperature.
Tl
Typical leaving water temperature home pages
Main zone:
User profile = Basic
Mon 15:20
LWT main
35°C
User profile = Detailed
35°C
▪ Tr: Room temperature
Desired temperature
▪ Tl: Leaving water temperature
Mon 17:30
Desired temperature
3
User profile = Basic
Mon 15:20
LWT add
Desired temperature
Press or to adjust/overrule.
To adjust the leaving water temperature (additional)
Additional zone:
45°C
Tr
Mon 15:20
LWT main
User profile = Detailed
45°C
1
Go to the additional leaving water temperature home page
(LWT add).
2
Press Mon 15:20
LWT add
Desired temperature
Mon 17:30
To read out the desired leaving water temperature (main +
additional)
Go to the leaving water temperature home page (LWT main or LWT
add).
45°C 47°C
or to adjust. Example: 4.5
Domestic hot water control
4.5.1
About domestic hot water control
Your system layout may or may not contain a domestic hot water
tank. When no tank is installed, the boiler provides domestic hot
water instantly. When, on the contrary, a tank is installed, domestic
hot water control is different depending on the DHW tank mode set
by the installer:
▪ Reheat mode
▪ Scheduled mode
▪ Scheduled + reheat mode
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INFORMATION
Reheat mode
In case of error code AH and no interruption of the
disinfection function occurred due to domestic hot water
tapping, following actions are recommended:
In reheat mode ( ), the DHW tank continuously heats up to the
desired temperature (example: 50°C).
▪ When the Domestic hot water > Type > Reheat or
Reheat + sched. is selected, it is recommended to
program the start­up of the disinfection function at least
4 hours later than the last expected large hot water
tapping. This start­up can be set by installer settings
(disinfection function).
▪ When the Domestic hot water > Type > Scheduled only
is selected, it is recommended to program a Storage
eco 3 hours before the scheduled start­up of the
disinfection function to preheat the tank.
Tt
1
3
60°C
50°C
40°C
2
4
15°C
00:00
14:00
07:00
21:00
t
▪ Tt: DHW tank temperature
4.5.2
Instant DHW (no tank installed)
▪ t: Time
When there is a demand for hot water tapping, the boiler provides
DHW instantly. The DHW temperature is visible on the boiler's main
display.
INFORMATION
When the DHW tank booster mode is active, the risk of
space heating/cooling and capacity shortage comfort
problems is significant. In case of frequent domestic hot
water operation, frequent and long space heating/cooling
interruptions will happen.
Using the instant DHW home page
Depending on the user profile, the user interface gives you either a
basic or a detailed home page.
User profile = Basic
User profile = Detailed
Tue 01:03
DHW
44°C
44°C
Tue 01:03
DHW
Desired temperature
To adjust the instant DHW temperature
1
Go to the instant DHW home page.
2
Press to adjust the instant DHW temperature (DHW).
The instant DHW set point temperature may NOT be below 40°C.
4.5.3
In scheduled mode ( ), the DHW tank produces hot water
corresponding to a schedule. The best time to allow the tank to
produce hot water is at night, because:
▪ The space heating demand is lower
▪ Electricity tariffs are lower
Desired temperature
or Scheduled mode
Tank
The following modes are only applicable if a tank is installed and are
set by the installer.
Example: Tt
2
60°C
50°C
40°C
To determine which DHW tank mode you are using (method 2)
Prerequisite: User profile = Detailed.
1
Go to the DHW tank temperature home page (Tank).
2
Check which icons are displayed:
If… is displayed
Then the DHW tank mode =…
Reheat mode
Scheduled mode
Scheduled + reheat mode
4
3
5
15°C
To determine which DHW tank mode you are using (method 1)
Check the installer settings table filled in by the installer.
1
00:00
07:00
14:00
21:00
t
▪ Tt: DHW tank temperature
▪ t: Time
▪ Initially, the DHW tank temperature is the same as the
temperature of the domestic water entering the DHW tank
(example: 15°C).
▪ At 00:00 the DHW tank is programmed to heat up the water to a
preset value (example: Storage comfort = 60°C).
▪ During the morning, you consume hot water and the DHW tank
temperature decreases. As long as the DHW tank temperature
stays above 40°C, hot water is available.
▪ At 14:00 the DHW tank is programmed to heat up the water to a
preset value (example: Storage eco = 50°C). Hot water is
available again.
▪ During the afternoon and evening, you consume hot water again
and the DHW tank temperature decreases again.
▪ At 00:00 the next day, the cycle repeats.
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To read out and adjust the desired reheat temperature (in
scheduled and reheat mode)
Scheduled + reheat mode
In scheduled + reheat mode ( ), the domestic hot water control is
the same as in scheduled mode. However, when the DHW tank
temperature drops below a preset value (=Reheat; example: 45°C),
the DHW tank heats up until it reaches this preset value. This
ensures that a minimum amount of hot water is available at all times.
1
Go to [7.4.3.3]: > User settings > Preset values > Tank
temperature > Reheat.
Result: You can read out the desired reheat temperature. 2
Press or to adjust.
To read out and overrule the active or next scheduled desired
temperature (in scheduled mode or scheduled + reheat mode)
Example: Tt
1
1
2
60°C
50°C
45°C
40°C
3
Go to the DHW tank temperature home page (Tank).
Result: 60°C
4
or 4
is displayed.
Tt
a
b
15°C
00:00
14:00
07:00
t
21:00
A1 A2
B1
B2
A1
t
In scheduled + reheat mode, you can do the following:
You can…
During period…
Location
You can read out…
Do the same things as in scheduled mode.
—
A1
The next scheduled action (a)
Adjust the preset value (Reheat).
Menu structure
A2
The active action (a)
B1
The next scheduled action (b)
B2
The active action (b)
See also:
▪ "Scheduled mode" on page 11
2
▪ "4.7 Preset values and schedules" on page 16
Press or to overrule. Note: If the desired temperature is
weather dependent, you cannot change it on the home page.
Using the DHW tank temperature home page
Usage example: You need more hot water than scheduled
Typical DHW tank temperature home pages
If you are in the following situation:
Depending on the user profile, the user interface gives you either a
basic or a detailed home page. Depending on an installer setting,
either an actual temperature or a number of people is displayed to
indicate the domestic hot water tank temperature. The examples in
the illustrations below are in DHW tank mode = Scheduled.
▪ Current time = 10:30
User profile = Basic
Mon 15:20
Tank
60°C
User profile = Detailed
60°C
Mon 15:20
Tank
Storage comfort
Tue
Desired temperature
Mon 15:20
Tank
00:00
Mon 15:20
Tank
4
▪ Next scheduled action of the DHW tank = Heat up to the preset
value (Eco; example: 55°C and sufficient for 2 persons) at 14:00
▪ This evening you need hot water for 3 persons
Then you can do the following:
1
Go to the DHW tank temperature home page (Tank).
2
Overrule the next scheduled action by doing one of the
following:
▪ Change from 55°C to 60°C (when defining hot water as
temperature)
▪ Change from 2 persons to 3 persons (when defining hot
water as number of persons)
Storage comfort
4
Advantages:
Desired temperature
Tue
00:00
Depending on an installer setting, you have to define how much hot
water you want differently:
If you see…
60°C
4
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Then you have to define…
▪ You will have sufficient hot water (= comfortable).
▪ You do NOT have to change the schedule (= easy).
▪ You do NOT have to activate the DHW tank booster mode (=
energy saving).
To which temperature the
DHW tank has to heat up.
For how many people you need
hot water. The software then
automatically calculates the
corresponding DHW tank
temperature based on installer
settings.
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Using the DHW tank booster mode
About the DHW tank booster mode
To use quiet mode
1
Go to [3]: 2
Do one of the following:
You can use the DHW tank booster mode to immediately start
heating up the water to the preset value (Storage comfort). However,
this consumes extra energy.
If you want to…
Go to the DHW tank temperature home page (Tank).
2
Check the following:
▪ Select a level and press 2
Press .
Use and program a quiet mode ▪ Select Automatic and press
schedule
.
To activate the DHW tank booster mode (method 1)
Go to the DHW tank temperature home page (Tank).
Select Always OFF and press
.
Manually activate a quiet mode ▪ Select On and press .
level until the next scheduled
▪ Go to [7.4.4]: > User
action
settings > Preset values >
Quiet level.
▪ In user profile = Basic: If is displayed, the DHW tank
booster mode is active.
▪ In user profile = Detailed: If is selected, the DHW tank
booster mode is active.
1
Then…
Completely deactivate quiet
mode
To check if the DHW tank booster mode is active
1
> Quiet mode.
▪ Program a schedule. See
"4.7.2 Using and
programming schedules" on
page 16.
for more than 5 seconds.
To activate the DHW tank booster mode (method 2)
Usage example: Baby is sleeping in the afternoon
Prerequisite: User profile = Detailed
1
Go to the DHW tank temperature home page (Tank).
If you are in the following situation:
2
Press ▪ You have programmed a quiet mode schedule:
to select .
▪ During the night: Level 1 (= most quiet).
Usage example: You immediately need more hot water
▪ During the day: OFF to ensure the heating/cooling capacity of
the system.
If you are in the following situation:
▪ You already consumed most of your hot water.
▪ You cannot wait for the next scheduled action to heat up the
DHW tank.
▪ However, during the afternoon the baby is sleeping and you want
it to be quiet.
Then you can do the following:
Then you can activate the DHW tank booster mode.
Advantage: The DHW tank immediately starts heating up the water
to the preset value (Storage comfort).
4.6
1
Go to [3]: 2
Select On and press > Quiet mode.
3
Go to [7.4.4]: 4
Select Level 1 and press .
> User settings > Preset values > Quiet level.
.
Advanced usage
Advantage:
4.6.1
The outdoor unit runs in its most quiet level until the next scheduled
action.
Using quiet mode
About quiet mode
You can:
4.6.2
▪ Completely deactivate quiet mode
About holiday mode
▪ Manually activate a quiet mode level until the next scheduled
action
During your holiday, you can use the holiday mode to deviate from
your normal schedules without having to change them. You can only
use holiday mode if temperature control = room thermostat control.
See also "4.4.3 Controlling the temperature" on page 7.
▪ Use and program a quiet mode schedule
Possible quiet mode levels
Level
Description
Level 1
Most quiet. Under all circumstances,
performance will be reduced.
Level 2
Medium quiet. Under all circumstances,
reduced performance is possible.
Level 3
Least quiet. At colder ambient conditions,
reduced performance can be happen.
To check if quiet mode is active
1
Press to go to one of the home pages.
2
If is displayed, quiet mode is active.
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Using holiday mode
Using holiday mode typically consists of the following stages:
1
Configuring the holiday for one of the following situations:
Situation
You stay at home
during your holiday
Then…
You have to select a day.
▪ Space heating/cooling will be
according to the desired room
temperature of the selected day.
▪ Domestic hot water operation can
be turned ON or OFF. If you decide
to keep it turned ON, domestic hot
water control will be according to the
desired DHW tank temperature of
the selected day.
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Situation
You go away during
your holiday
Possible holiday mode settings (when you go away)
Then…
You have to configure space heating/
cooling settings.
▪ Space heating/cooling will according to these settings.
be
▪ Domestic hot water operation can
be turned ON or OFF. If you decide
to turn it OFF, disinfection mode will
remain active.
2
Setting
Description
From and Until
Heating
Set point used during your holiday when the unit
is operating in heating mode.
Cooling
Set point used during your holiday when the unit
is operating in cooling mode.
DHW
Turn ON or OFF domestic hot water operation
during your holiday.
Activating the holiday mode.
▪ If you do NOT activate, the configured holiday settings will
NOT be used.
▪ If you activate:
Period
Then…
Before and after your
holiday
Your normal schedules will be
used.
During your holiday
The configured holiday settings
will be used.
To check if holiday mode is activated and/or running
1
Press 2
Check the following:
To activate or deactivate the holiday mode
Prerequisite: You have configured the holiday.
1
Go to [2.1]: > Holiday > Holiday.
2
Do one of the following:
▪ To activate, select Yes and press .
▪ To deactivate, select No and press .
Usage example: You go away during the winter
If you are in the following situation:
▪ In 2 days, you go away for 2 weeks during the winter.
to go to one of the home pages.
▪ You want to save energy, but prevent your house from freezing.
If… is displayed
Then…
One of the following holiday
modes is activated:
Then you can do the following:
1
▪ Holiday mode (Away) is
activated, but NOT running
yet.
Mon 15:20
Holiday
Holiday mode (Away) is
activated and running.
2
16 Feb 2013
12.0°C
Configure the holiday. Go to [2]: the following settings:
> Holiday, and configure
Setting
▪ Holiday mode (Home) is
activated. You cannot see if
the holiday mode is already
running.
Until
Actual temp.
First and last day of your holiday.
Operation mode Operation mode used during your holiday.
Value
Holiday mode Away From 2 February 2013
Until 16 February 2013
Operation mode Heating Heating 12°C
Activate the holiday mode.
▪ Go to [2.1]: > Holiday > Holiday.
▪ Select Yes and press .
To configure the holiday (when you stay at home)
1
Go to [2.2]: > Holiday > Holiday mode.
2
Select Home.
3
Configure the holiday mode settings (when you stay at home).
4
Activate the holiday mode.
Advantage:
▪ Before and after your holiday, your normal schedule will be used.
Possible holiday mode settings (when you stay at home)
Setting
Description
From and Until
First and last day of your holiday.
Use day
schedule Day schedule used during your holiday.
▪ During your holiday, you save energy and prevent your house
from freezing.
Usage example: You come home during your holiday
If you are in the following situation:
▪ You configured and activated the holiday mode (Away).
▪ During your holiday, you come home for a few hours and want to
use your normal schedule.
Example: Saturday
To configure the holiday (when you go away)
1
Go to [2.2]: > Holiday > Holiday mode.
2
Select Away.
3
Configure the holiday mode settings (when you go away).
4
Activate the holiday mode.
Then you can do the following:
1
Deactivate the holiday mode.
2
When you go away again, activate the holiday mode again.
Advantage:
You do NOT have to change your schedule or holiday configuration.
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4.6.3
Reading out information
4.6.4
About reading out information
Configuring date, time, units of
measurement, contrast and backlight
The amount of information you can read out in the menu structure
([6]: Information) depends on your user permission level:
To configure time and date
▪ End user (= default)
To configure units of measurement
▪ Adv. end user: You can read out more information.
Go to [7.6]: To switch between user permission levels (End user and
Advanced end user)
Possible units of measurement settings
1
Go to [6] or any of its submenus: 2
Press 3
Go to [1]: > Set time/date.
> User settings > Unit of measurement.
Setting
> Information.
Decimal point for more than 4 seconds.
▪ Dot
▪ Comma Result: The user permission level switches to Adv. end user.
Additional information is displayed and "+" is added to the menu
title.
Temperature If you do NOT press any button for more than 1 hour or press
again for more than 4 seconds, the user permission level
switches back to End user.
Produced energy ▪ °C
▪ °F ▪ kWh
▪ MBtu Flow To read out information
Go to [6]: Possible units of measurement
▪ l/min
▪ GPM > Information.
Possible read­out information
If user permission level = End user, you can read out the following
information:
In menu…
You can read out…
[6.1] Sensor information Room, tank or DHW, and outside
temperature.
[6.2] Energy metering Produced energy, consumed
electricity, and consumed gas.
[6.3] Error handling Error history and contact/
helpdesk number.
[6.4] User permission level Current user permission level.
If user permission level = Adv. end user, you can read out the
following additional information:
In menu…
[6.1] Sensor information ▪ m3
Consumed gas
You can read out…
Room, tank or DHW, outside,
and leaving water temperature.
(If applicable)
[6.2] Energy metering Produced energy, consumed
electricity, and consumed gas.
[6.5] Actuators Status/mode of each actuator.
Example: Domestic hot water
pump ON/OFF.
[6.6] Operation modes Current operation mode.
Example: Defrost/oil return
mode.
[6.7] Running hours Running hours of the system.
[6.8] Version Version information about the
system.
▪ kWh
To configure the contrast of the user interface
Go to [7.1.1]: > User settings > Display > Contrast.
To configure the backlit LCD time of the user interface
Go to [7.1.2]: 4.6.5
> User settings > Display > Backlit LCD time.
Configuring user profile and home pages
To set a user profile
1
Go to [7.1.3]: > User settings > Display > User profile.
2
Select a user profile and press .
Possible user profiles
If user profile = Detailed, you can see and do more on the home
pages.
User profile
Example
Basic Mon 15:20
Room
20.0°C
Actual temperature
Detailed 20.0°C
Mon 15:20
Room
Actual temperature
Scheduled
Tue 17:30
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To configure which home pages are made available to the
end user
1
Go to [7.1.4]: pages.
> User settings > Display > Available home
Result: The home pages that are possible for your system
layout are listed.
2
Select a home page and press 3
Do one of the following:
.
▪ To display the home page, select Yes and press ▪ To hide the home page, select No and press .
4.6.6
.
Preset values and schedules
4.7.1
Using preset values
About preset values
You can define preset values for multiple controls. Preset values
make it easy to use the same value in many places (schedules and
room temperature home page ( and )). If you later want to change
the value, you only have to do it in one place.
To define preset values
Locking and unlocking buttons and
functions
About locking and unlocking
You can use the following locking modes:
▪ Child lock: Locks all buttons to prevent children from changing
settings.
▪ Function lock: Locks a specific function to prevent people from
changing its settings.
Possible function locks
Lock
4.7
1
Go to [7.4]: > User settings > Preset values.
2
Select for which control you want to define a preset value.
Example: Room temperature.
3
Select a preset value and press (heating).
4
Select a temperature and press Turn ON or OFF the room
temperature control.
LWT On/OFF Turn ON or OFF the leaving
water temperature (main +
additional) control.
Tank On/OFF Turn ON or OFF the domestic
hot water control.
Temperature up/down Adjust temperatures.
.
Possible preset values
Control
Room
temperature Preset value
Comfort Eco Where used
▪ Room schedules
temperature
▪ Room temperature home
page ( and ) if user
profile = Detailed
If active, people cannot…
Room On/OFF . Example: Comfort
LWT main Comfort Eco Tank
temperature Storage comfort Storage eco Main leaving water
temperature schedules
DHW tank temperature
schedule if DHW tank mode
=
▪ Scheduled
▪ Scheduled + reheat
Quiet mode Use quiet mode.
Holiday Use holiday mode.
Operation mode Set the space operation mode.
User settings Change settings in [7]: settings.
DHW On/OFF
Turn ON or OFF the instant hot
water control.
Reheat > User
Quiet level Elec price
Used when quiet mode is
set to On
High
Medium
To check if locking is active
DHW tank temperature
schedule if DHW tank mode
= Scheduled + reheat
Used when the savings
mode (installer setting) is set
to Economical.
Low
1
Press to go to one of the home pages.
2
If is displayed, child lock is active.
Fuel price
Used when the savings
mode (installer setting) is set
to Economical.
Note: If you are on a home page and try to use a function that is
locked, is displayed for 1 second.
4.7.2
To activate or deactivate child lock
Using and programming schedules
1
Press to go to one of the home pages.
About schedules
2
Press for more than 5 seconds.
Depending on your system layout and installer configuration,
schedules (predefined and/or user­defined) for multiple controls may
be available.
To activate or deactivate a function lock
1
Press to go to the menu structure.
You can:
2
Press for more than 5 seconds.
▪ Select which schedules you currently want to use.
3
Select a function and press 4
Select Lock or Unlock, and press User reference guide
16
.
.
▪ Program your own schedules if the predefined schedules are not
satisfactory. The actions you can program are control specific.
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Possible actions per control
Usage example: You work in a 3­shift system
Room temperature Program when to heat up or cool down a
Main leaving water space:
If you work in a 3­shift system, you can do the following:
temperature
1
Program 3 room temperature schedules in heating mode and
give them appropriate names. Example: EarlyShift, DayShift
and LateShift
2
Select the schedule that you currently want to use.
▪ Comfort (preset value)
▪ Eco (preset value)
▪ [Custom temperature]
Additional leaving
water temperature
Program when the additional leaving water
temperature is turned ON and OFF.
DHW tank
temperature
Program when to heat up the DHW tank:
4.7.3
INFORMATION
The procedures to program other controls are similar.
▪ Storage comfort (preset value)(a)
Quiet mode
▪ Storage eco (preset value)(a)
In this example:
▪ Storage stop(b)
▪ Room temperature schedule in heating mode
Program when the unit has to use which quiet
mode level:
▪ Monday = Tuesday = Wednesday = Thursday = Friday
▪ Level 1
▪ Level 3
▪ OFF (Only for field
Program when the domestic hot water pump is
supplied
turned ON and OFF.
domestic hot
water pump for
secondary return)
Domestic hot water
pump
(a)
(b)
▪ Saturday = Sunday
To program the schedule
▪ Level 2
Electricity price
Schedules: Example
1
Go to [7.3.1.1]: > User settings > Set schedules > Room
temp. > Set heating schedule.
2
Select Empty and press 3
Program the schedule for Monday. See below for more details.
4
Copy from Monday to Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday. See below for more details.
5
Program the schedule for Saturday.
6
Copy from Saturday to Sunday.
7
Save the schedule and give it a name. See below for more
details.
Program when a certain electricity tariff is valid.
Start heating up until the desired setpoint (Comfort/Eco) is
reached.
Stop heating, even if the desired temperature is not
reached yet; example: if electric tariffs are higher during the
day, you can program a stop at 06:00.
To program the schedule for Monday
1
Use 2
Press 3
Program the schedule for Monday:
To select which schedule you currently want to use
▪ Use ▪ Use 1
Go to [5]: 2
Select for which control you want to use a schedule. Example:
[5.1] Room temperature.
3
Select for which operation mode you want to use a schedule.
Example: [5.1.1] Heating.
4
Select a predefined or user­defined schedule and press > Select schedules.
To program a schedule
.
.
and to select Monday.
to enter the schedule for Monday.
and and to select an entry.
to change the value of an entry.
To copy from one day to another
1
Select the day from which you want to copy and press Example: Monday.
2
Select Copy day and press 3
Set the days you want to copy to Yes and press . Example:
Tuesday = Yes, Wednesday = Yes, Thursday = Yes and Friday
= Yes.
> User settings > Set schedules.
.
.
1
Go to [7.3]: 2
Open an empty, predefined or user­defined schedule.
3
Change it.
1
Press 4
Save it.
2
Select User defined 1, User defined 2 or User defined 3 and
press .
3
Change the name and press . (Only applicable for room
temperature schedules). Example: MyWeekSchedule
To save the schedule
Guidelines when programming
Mon
Set heating schedule
07 :00 Comfort
, select Save schedule and press .
Delete line
Clear day schedule
Copy day
Save schedule
-- : -- -Select
Scroll
You can:
▪ Delete lines from the schedule
▪ Clear a day schedule
▪ Copy from one day to others
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4 Operation
4.7.4
Predefined schedules: Room temperature
+ leaving water temperature (main)
4.7.6
Predefined schedules: DHW tank
temperature
: Desired temperature = Preset value (Comfort)
a
: Desired temperature = Preset value (Eco)
Predefined 1
: Start production of domestic hot water. Desired DHW tank
temperature = Preset value (Storage comfort)
Mon ­ Fri
b
07:00 09:00
17:00
23:00
Sat ­ Sun
: Start production of domestic hot water. Desired DHW tank
temperature = Preset value (Storage eco)
Predefined 1
08:00
23:00
Mon ­ Sun
a
b
Predefined 2
:00
Mon ­ Fri
Predefined 2
07:00 09:00
12:00 14:00
17:00
23:00
Mon ­ Sun
Sat ­ Sun
08:00
a
b
23:00
:00
Predefined 3
Predefined 3
Mon ­ Sun
Mon ­ Fri
08:00
:00
a
b
23:00
:00
INFORMATION
Sat ­ Sun
The predefined schedules are applicable for both heating
and cooling operation.
4.7.5
a
b
:00
:00
Predefined schedules: Leaving water
temperature (additional)
: Additional zone = On
: Additional zone = OFF
Predefined 1
Mon ­ Fri
07:00 09:00
17:00
23:00
Sat ­ Sun
08:00
23:00
Predefined 2
Mon ­ Fri
07:00 09:00
12:00 14:00
17:00
23:00
Sat ­ Sun
08:00
23:00
08:00
23:00
Predefined 3
Mon ­ Sun
INFORMATION
The predefined schedules are applicable for both heating
and cooling operation.
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4.8
[1]
Menu structure: Overview
Set time/date
Date
Time
Daylight Saving Time
Clock type
[2]
<>
Holiday
Holiday
Holiday mode
From
Until
Use day schedule
Home
[3]
Quiet mode
[4]
Operation mode
[5]
Select schedules
[2]
Holiday
Holiday
Holiday mode
From
Until
Operation mode
Heating
Cooling
DHW
Away
Room temperature
LWT main
LWT additional
Tank temperature
[6]
Information
Sensor information
Energy metering
Error handling
User permission level
Actuators
Operation modes
Running hours
Version
[6.2]
Energy metering
Consumed elec.
Produced energy
Consumed gas
[6.3]
Error information
Error history
[7]
User settings
Display
Temperature lock
Set schedules
Preset values
Allowed operation mode
Unit of measurement
Contact/helpdesk number
[7.1]
Display
Contrast
Backlit LCD time
User profile
Available home pages
[7.3]
Set schedules
Room temp.
LWT main
LWT additional
Tank temp.
Quiet mode
DHW pump
Elec price
[7.4]
Preset values
Room temperature
LWT main
Tank temperature
Quiet level
Elec price
Fuel price
[7.6]
Unit of measurement
Decimal point
Temperature
Pressure
Produced energy
Flow
Consumed gas
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5 Setting the energy prices
4.9
Installer settings: Tables to be
filled in by installer
Setting
Default
Fuel price
4.9.1
Quick wizard
4.9.3
Setting
Default
Domestic hot water control [A.4]
Setting
0 (No)
Space heating/cooling settings [A.2.1]
Unit control method
2 (RT control)
User interface location
1 (In room)
Number of LWT zones
0 (1 LWT
zone)
Pump operation mode
2 (Request)
Depends on
model
DHW pump
0 (No)
2 (Scheduled
only)
Maximum setpoint
Depends on
model
2 (H/C
request)
Contact type add.
2 (H/C
request)
External sensor
0 (No)
Fill in…
INFORMATION
When the DHW tank booster mode is active, the risk of
space heating/cooling and capacity shortage comfort
problems is significant. In case of frequent domestic hot
water operation, frequent and long space heating/cooling
interruptions will happen.
4.9.4
Contact/helpdesk number [6.3.2]
Thermostats [A.2.2]
Contact type main
Default
Type
Domestic hot water settings [A.2.2]
DHW operation
8.0/kWh
Fill in…
Preferential kWh rate power supply [A.2.1.6]
Preferential kWh rate
Fill in…
Fuel price [7.4.6]
Setting
Default
Contact/helpdesk number
5
Fill in…
—
Setting the energy prices
Digital I/O PCB [A.2.2.6]
Solar kit
0 (No)
Alarm output
0 (Normally
open)
If your system's savings mode is set to Economical, it allows you to
set:
▪ a fixed gas price
Demand PCB [A.2.2.7]
Demand PCB
▪ 3 electricity price levels
0 (No)
▪ a weekly schedule timer for electricity prices.
Energy metering [A.2.2]
External kWh meter 1
0 (No)
The savings mode is set by the installer. Refer to the installation
manual for more information.
Gas meter
0 (No)
Example: How to set the energy prices on the user interface?
4.9.2
Space heating/cooling control
Setting
Default
Fill in…
Price
Value in breadcrumb
Gas: 5.3 euro cent/kWh
[7.4.6]=5.3
Electricity: 12 euro cent/kWh
[7.4.5]=12
Leaving water temperature: Main zone [A.3.1.1]
LWT setpoint mode
1 (Weather
dep.)
Set weather­dependent heating
35/60/15/−10
1
Go to [7.4.6]: Set weather­dependent cooling
18/22/35/20
2
Use 3
Press Leaving water temperature: Additional zone [A.3.1.2]
LWT setpoint mode
0 (Fixed)
Set weather­dependent heating
35/60/15/−10
Set weather­dependent cooling
8/12/35/20
5.1
and > User settings > Preset values > Fuel price.
to set the correct price.
to confirm.
INFORMATION
▪ Price value ranging from 0.00~290 valuta/MBtu (with 2
significant values).
Leaving water temperature: Modulation [A.3.1.1.5]
Modulated LWT
To set the gas price
▪ Price value ranging from 0.00~990 valuta/kWh (with 2
significant values).
1 (Yes)
Leaving water temperature: Emitter type [A.3.1.1.7]
Emitter type
0 (Quick)
5.2
To set the electricity price
Savings mode [A.6.7]
Savings mode
0
(Economical)
1
Go to [7.4.5]: 2
Use and to set the correct prices for High, Medium and
Low, according to your electricity tariff.
3
Press Electricity price [7.4.5]
Elec price
20/kWh (High)
20/kWh
(Medium)
15/kWh (Low)
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> User settings > Preset values > Elec price.
to confirm.
INFORMATION
Price value ranging from 0.00~990 valuta/kWh (with 2
significant values).
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5.3
To set the electricity price
schedule timer
1
Go to [7.3.8]: 2
Program the schedule according to the High, Medium and Low
electricity prices for each time interval.
> User settings > Set schedules > Elec price.
3
Press to save the schedule.
INFORMATION
The values for High, Medium and Low correspond with the
electricity price values for High, Medium and Low
previously set. If no schedule is set, the electricity price for
High is taken into account.
6
Energy visualisation
The user interface is able to graphically display energy statistics for:
▪ produced energy: energy produced by the heat pump.
▪ consumed electricity: recorded by an electricity meter or, when
none is installed, calculated by the interface itself based on an
internal calculation.
▪ consumed gas: only recorded when an external gas meter is
installed. Note that the values recorded by the meter may differ
from those shown on the boiler.
6.1
▪ Set the desired leaving water temperature in accordance with the
heat emitter type. Example: Underfloor heating is designed for
lower leaving water temperature than radiators and heat pump
convectors.
Tips about DHW tank temperature
▪ Make sure the number (available hot water for x persons) on the
DHW tank temperature home page is NOT higher than your actual
needs.
▪ Use a weekly schedule for your normal domestic hot water needs
(only in scheduled mode).
▪ Program to heat up the DHW tank to a preset value (Storage
comfort = higher DHW tank temperature) during the night,
because then space heating demand is lower and electric tariffs
may be lower.
▪ If heating up the DHW tank once at night is not sufficient,
program to additionally heat up the DHW tank to a preset value
(Storage eco = lower DHW tank temperature) during the day.
▪ Make sure the desired DHW tank temperature is NOT too high.
Example: After installation, lower the DHW tank temperature daily
by 1°C and check if you still have enough hot water.
▪ Program to turn ON the domestic hot water pump only during
periods of the day when instant hot water is necessary. Example:
In the morning and evening.
8
Maintenance and service
8.1
Overview: Maintenance and
service
To view the energy statistics
1
Go to [6.2]: 2
Select either Consumed elec., Produced energy or Consumed
gas.
3
Use the and buttons to toggle between views of the
current month, the previous month, the last 12 months and a
general overview.
4
Use the and (if applicable).
7
Tips about leaving water temperature
> Information > Energy metering.
buttons to toggle between different modes
Energy saving tips
Tips about room temperature
▪ Make sure the desired room temperature is NEVER too high (in
heating mode) or too low (in cooling mode), but ALWAYS
according to your actual needs. Each saved degree can save up
to 6% of heating/cooling costs.
▪ Do NOT increase the desired room temperature to speed up
space heating. The space will NOT heat up faster.
▪ When your system layout contains slow heat emitters (example:
under floor heating), avoid large fluctuation of the desired room
temperature and do NOT let the room temperature drop too low. It
will take more time and energy to heat up the room again.
▪ Use a weekly schedule for your normal space heating or cooling
needs. If necessary, you can easily deviate from the schedule:
▪ For shorter periods: You can overrule the scheduled room
temperature. Example: When you have a party, or when you
are leaving for a couple of hours.
The installer has to perform a yearly maintenance. You can find the
contact/helpdesk number via the user interface.
As end user, you have to:
▪ Keep the user interface clean with a soft damp cloth. Do NOT use
any detergents.
▪ Regularly check if the water pressure indicated on the gas boiler is
above 1 bar. Switch off the boiler to see the pressure on the main
display of the gas boiler. Ignore the error that appears on the user
interface. When you turn the gas boiler back on, the error will
disappear.
Refrigerant
This product contains fluorinated greenhouse gases covered by the
Kyoto Protocol. Do NOT vent gases into the atmosphere.
Refrigerant type: R410A
Global warming potential value: 1975
Periodical inspections for refrigerant leaks may be required
depending on the applicable legislation. Please contact your installer
for more information.
8.2
To find the contact/helpdesk
number
Go to [6.3.2]: number.
> Information > Error handling > Contact/helpdesk
▪ For longer periods: You can use the holiday mode. Example:
When you stay at home during your holiday, or when you go
away during your holiday.
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9
9.1
Troubleshooting
Overview: Troubleshooting
If a malfunction occurs, is displayed on the home pages. You can
press to display more information about the malfunction.
For the symptoms listed below, you can try to solve the problem
yourself. For any other problem, contact your installer. You can find
the contact/helpdesk number via the user interface.
9.2
To check the error history
Go to [6.3.1]: 9.5
Symptom: Heat pump failure
When the heat pump fails to operate the gas boiler can serve as an
emergency back­up heater and either automatically or non­
automatically take over the entire heat load. When auto emergency
is activated and a heat pump failure occurs, the boiler will
automatically take over the heat load. When a heat pump failure
occurs and auto emergency is not activated, the domestic hot water
and space heating operations will stop and need to be recovered
manually. The user interface will then ask you to confirm whether the
boiler can take over the entire heat load or not. When the heat pump
fails, will appear on the user interface.
Possible cause
Heat pump is damaged.
> Information > Error handling > Error history.
Corrective action
▪ Press to view a description
of the problem.
▪ Press again.
9.3
Symptom: You are feeling too cold
(hot) in your living room
Possible cause
▪ Select to allow the gas
boiler to take over the entire
head load.
▪ Call your local dealer to get
the heat pump fixed.
Corrective action
The desired room temperature is Increase (decrease) the desired
too low (high).
room temperature.
INFORMATION
When the gas boiler takes over the entire heat load, gas
consumption will be considerably higher.
If the problem recurs daily, do
one of the following:
▪ Increase (decrease) the room
temperature preset value.
▪ Adjust the room temperature
schedule.
The desired room temperature
cannot be reached.
9.4
Increase the desired leaving
water temperature in accordance
with the heat emitter type.
Symptom: The water at the tap is
too cold
Possible cause
You ran out of domestic hot
water because of unusual high
consumption.
The desired DHW tank
temperature is too low.
Corrective action
If you immediately need domestic
hot water, activate the DHW tank
booster mode. However, this
consumes extra energy.
If you can wait, overrule
(increase) the active or next
scheduled desired temperature
so that more hot water will be
produced exceptionally.
10
Relocation
10.1
Overview: Relocation
If you want to relocate parts of your system (user interface, indoor
unit, outdoor unit, DHW tank…), contact your installer. You can find
the contact/helpdesk number via the user interface.
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Disposal
11.1
Overview: Disposal
If you want to dispose parts of your system (user interface, indoor
unit, outdoor unit, DHW tank…), contact your installer. You can find
the contact/helpdesk number via the user interface.
If the problems recurs daily, do
one of the following:
▪ Increase the DHW tank
temperature preset value.
▪ Adjust the DHW tank
temperature schedule.
Example: Program to
additionally heat up the
DHW tank to a preset value
(Storage eco = lower tank
temperature) during the day.
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Glossary
DHW = Domestic hot water
Hot water used, in any type of building, for domestic
purposes.
LWT = Leaving water temperature
Water temperature at the water outlet of the heat pump.
Dealer
Sales distributor for the product.
Authorized installer
Technical skilled person who is qualified to install the
product.
User
Person who is owner of the product and/or operates the
product.
Applicable legislation
All international, European, national and local directives,
laws, regulations and/or codes that are relevant and
applicable for a certain product or domain.
Service company
Qualified company which can perform or coordinate the
required service to the product.
Installation manual
Instruction manual specified for a certain product or
application, explaining how to install, configure and maintain
it.
Operation manual
Instruction manual specified for a certain product or
application, explaining how to operate it.
Accessories
Labels, manuals, information sheets and equipment that are
delivered with the product and that need to be installed
according to the instructions in the accompanying
documentation.
Optional equipment
Equipment made or approved by Daikin that can be
combined with the product according to the instructions in
the accompanying documentation.
Field supply
Equipment not made by Daikin that can be combined with
the product according to the instructions in the
accompanying documentation.
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