Z300
PM30
EverFirst
Instructions for installation and use
English
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WARNINGS
• Failure to respect the warnings may cause serious damage to the pool equipment or cause serious injury, even
death.
• The appliance is intended for a specific pool use and must not be used for any use other than that for which it was
designed.
• It is important that the equipment is operated by competent and qualified (both physically and mentally) people
who have previously received the instructions for use. All persons not meeting these criteria must not approach the
appliance in order to avoid exposure to dangerous elements.
• Keep the appliance out of the reach of children.
• The device must be installed by a qualified technician according to the manufacturer’s instructions and in compliance
with local regulations. The installer is responsible for installation of the equipment and for compliance with national
installation regulations. Under no circumstances can the manufacturer be held liable in the event of failure to
comply with applicable local standards.
• Incorrect installation and/or use may cause serious damage to property or serious injuries (possibly causing death).
• All equipment, even postage and packing paid, travels at the risks and perils of the recipient. The consignee shall make
reservations in writing on the carrier’s bill of lading if damage is detected, caused during transport (confirmation to
be sent to the carrier within 48 hours by registered mail with acknowledgement of receipt). In the event of a device
containing coolant that has been turned on its side, mention your reservations in writing to the carrier.
• If the appliance suffers a malfunction, do not try to repair the appliance yourself, contact a qualified technician.
• Refer to the warranty conditions for details of the permitted water balance values for operating the appliance.
• Eliminating or shunting one of the safety devices automatically voids the warranty, as does the replacement of parts
using parts not manufactured by ourselves.
• Do not spray insecticide or any other chemical (inflammable or non-inflammable) in the direction of the appliance,
as this may damage the body and cause a fire.
• Heat pump, filtration pump and filter appliances are compatible with all types of water treatment.
• For heat pump appliances or dehumidifiers, do not touch the fan or insert a rod or your fingers through the grating
when the appliance is in operation. The fan rotates at high speed and may cause injuries or even death.
• The electrical supply to the appliance must be protected by a dedicated 30 mA differential residual current protection
device, complying with the standards and regulations in force in the country where it is installed.
• Means for disconnection from the supply mains having a contact separation in all poles that provide full disconnection
under overvoltage category III, must be incorporated in the fixed wiring in accordance with the wiring rules.
• Before carrying out any operations, check that:
- The voltage indicated on the maker’s plate of the appliance corresponds to the mains voltage,
- The power grid is adapted to the power requirements of the appliance, and is grounded.
- The plug (where applicable) is suitable for the socket.
• In the event of abnormal function or the release of odours from the appliance, turn it of immediately, unplug it from
its power supply and contact a professional.
• Before any intervention on the appliance, ensure that the latter is switched off and disconnected from the power
supply, in addition to any other equipment connected to the appliance, and that the heating priority (where
applicable) is deactivated.
• Do not disconnect and reconnect the appliance to the power supply when in operation.
• Do not pull on the power cord to disconnect it from the power supply.
• Do not handle the electrical elements with wet hands.
• Clean the terminal board or the power supply socket before connection.
• For any component or sub-assembly containing a battery: do not recharge or dismantle the battery, or throw it into
a fire. Do not expose it to high temperatures or direct sunlight.
• In stormy weather, unplug the appliance to prevent it from suffering lightning damage.
• Do not immerse the appliance in water (with the exception of cleaners) or mud.
• Do not discharge R410A or R407C fluid into the atmosphere. These are fluorinated greenhouse effect gases, covered
by the Kyoto Protocol, with a Global Warming Potential (GWP) = 1975 for R410A or 1653 for R407C - (Directive EC
842/2006).
• According to French decree No. 2007-737, if the appliance has more than 2 kg of refrigerant gas (refer to manufacturer
specifications), the cooling circuit must be checked for leakage at least once a year. This operation must be carried
out by a certified cooling appliance specialist.
Additional recommendations in relation to the Pressure Equipment Directive (PED-97/23/EC)
Installation and maintenance
The unit may not be installed close to combustible materials, or the air duct inlet of an adjacent building .
With some devices, it is essential to fit protection grids if the unit is installed in an area with uncontrolled access.
During installation, troubleshooting and maintenance, pipes may not be used as steps: the pipe could break under the weight,
spilling refrigerant and possibly causing serious burns.
When servicing the appliance, the composition and state of heat carrying fluid must be checked, as well as the absence of any
refrigerant.
During the annual unit sealing test in accordance with applicable legislation, the high and low pressure switches must be
checked to ensure that they are securely fastened to the coolant circuit and that they cut-off the electrical circuit when tripped.
During maintenance work, ensure there are no traces of corrosion or oil around cooling components.
Before beginning work on the cooling circuit, stop the device and wait for a few minutes before fitting the temperature and
pressure sensors. Some elements such as the compressor and piping may reach temperatures in excess of 100°C and high
pressures with the consequent risk of severe scalding.
Troubleshooting
All soldering work must be carried out by a someone qualified to do so.
Replacement pipes must always be made of copper in compliance with standard NF EN 12735-1.
Leak detection, pressure test:
- never use oxygen or dry air, risk of fire or explosion,
- use dry nitrogen or the mixture of nitrogen and refrigerant indicated on the information plate,
- the test pressure for both the high and low pressure circuits must not exceed 42 bar (for R410A), 20 bar and 15 bar (for
R407C) in the case the device is equipped with the optional pressure gauge.
The high pressure circuit pipes are made of copper and have a diameter equal to or greater than 1’’5/8. A certificate as
indicated in §2.1 in compliance with standard NF EN 10204 will be requested from the supplier and filed in the facility’s
technical documentation.
Technical data relative to the safety requirements of the various applicable directives must be indicated on the information
plate. All this information must be recorded in the unit’s installation manual, which must be kept in the technical file of the
unit: model, code, serial number, maximum and minimum OT, OP, year of manufacture, EC label, manufacturer’s address,
refrigerant and weight, electrical parameters, thermo-dynamic and acoustic performances
Recycling
This symbol means that your appliance must not be thrown into a normal bin. It will be selectively collected for the
purpose of reuse, recycling or transformation. Any substances it may contain which are potentially dangerous to the
environment shall be eliminated or neutralised.
Request information on recycling procedures from your retailer.
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• Before you do anything with the device, it is vital that you read this installation and user
manual, as well as the "warnings and warranty" booklet delivered with the device. Failure to
do so may result in material damage or serious or fatal injury and will devalidate the warranty.
• Keep and pass on these documents for later consultation during the device's life time.
• It is prohibited to distribute or modify this document in any way without authorisation from
Zodiac®.
• Zodiac® is constantly developing its products to improve their quality; therefore, the
information contained in this document may be modified without notice.
CONTENTS
❶ Installation
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1.1 I Selecting the location
3
1.2 I Hydraulic connections
4
1.3 I Electricity supply connections
5
1.4 I Option connections
6
❷ Use
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2.1 I Operating principle
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2.2 I User interface presentation
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2.3 I Operating
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2.4 I User functions
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2.5 I Presentation of the menu
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❸ Maintenance
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3.1 I Wintering
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3.2 I Maintenance
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❹ Troubleshooting
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4.1 I Device behaviour
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4.2 I Error code display
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4.3 I Additional menus
14
4.4 I Wiring diagrams
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❺ Specifications
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5.1 I Description
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5.2 I Technical specifications
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5.3 I Dimensions and marking
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Tip: to make it easier to contact your reseller
• Write down your reseller's contact details to help you find them more easily and fill in the "product"
information on the back of the manual; your reseller will ask you for this information.
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❶ Installation
1.1 I Selecting the location
• The device must be installed at a minimum distance from the pool's surrounding edge.
This distance is determined by the electrical standards which apply in the installation country.
• Do not lift the appliance using the casing, handle it from the base.
•
•
•
•
For outdoor installation, provide free space around it (see § “1.2 I Hydraulic connections”).
For indoor installation, the device must be equipped with the plant room kit.
Install the 5 anti-vibration studs under the base and place the device on a stable, solid and level surface.
This surface must be able to bear the weight of the device (in particular in the case of installation on a roof, a balcony
or any other support).
• The device may be secured to the ground using the holes in the base of the device or with rails (not supplied). A
drilling scale is available on the back of the packaging carton.
: front
: rear
: connectors
: Anti-vibration studs
Bottom view of the appliance base for attachment to the ground and location of the
anti-vibration studs
: Attachment holes
The device must not be installed:
• In a location subject to high winds,
• With the blowing towards a permanent or temporary obstacle (window, wall, hedge, awning, etc.) less than 4 metres
away,
• Within range of water or mud jets, sprays or run-off (take the effect of the wind into account),
• Near a heat source or flammable gas,
• Near high frequency equipment,
• In a location where it would be subject to snow build-up,
• In a location where it might be flooded by the condensation produced by the device when operating.
Tip: reduce any noise annoyance from your heat pump
• Do not install it under or towards a window.
• Do not tilt it towards your neighbours.
• Install it in a clear space (the sound waves are reflected on surfaces).
• Install an acoustic screen around the heat pump, respecting the distances.
• Install the anti-vibration studs under the heat pump and replace them regularly.
• Install 50cm of flexible PVC pipe at the heat pump water input and output (stops vibrations).
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1.2 I Hydraulic connections
• The device will be connected with a Ø50 PVC pipe, using the half union connectors supplied (see § “5.1 I Description”),
to the pool's filtration circuit, after the filter and before the water treatment.
• Respect the direction of hydraulic connection.
• A by-pass must be installed to make it easier to work on the device.
: water entry valve
: by-pass valve
: water exit valve
: water entry adjustment valve
(optional)
: water exit adjustment valve
(optional)
: water treatment
* minimum distance
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• To evacuate the condensation, fit a Ø18 pipe on the grooved elbow mounted under the device base.
• The elbow may be oriented to the rear or the side of the device.
Condensation drainage orientation
Tip: condensation drainage
Caution, several litres of water must be drained from your device each day. We strongly recommend
connecting the drainage to the sewers
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1.3 I Electricity supply connections
• Incorrectly tightened terminals may cause the terminal unit to heat up and invalidate the
warranty.
• Before any work inside the device, you must cut the electricity supply as there is a risk of
electric shock which may cause material damage, serious injury or even death.
• Only a qualified and experienced technician is authorised to carry out cabling in the equipment
or to replace the supply cable.
• The installer must consult the electricity provided if necessary and ensure that the equipment
is connected correctly to an electricity network with impedance under 0.095 ohm.
• The heat pump's electrical supply must be provided through a protection and circuit breaking device (not supplied)
complying with the standards and regulations in force in the country where it is installed,
• The device is provided for connection to a general power supply with a TT and TN.S neutral regime.
• Electrical protection: by circuit breaker (D curve) (for calibre, see § “5.2 I Technical specifications”), with a 30 mA
dedicated differential circuit breaker (circuit breaker or switch).
• Additional protection may be required during installation to guarantee the II overvoltage category.
• The electricity supply must correspond to the voltage indicated on the device's information plate.
• The electricity supply cable must be insulated against any cutting or hot elements that may damage or crush it.
• The equipment must be connected to an earth socket.
• The electrical connection lines must be fixed.
• Use the gland to pass the supply cable into the device.
• Used the supply cable (RO2V type) adapted for outdoor or buried use (or run the cable into a protection duct) with
an external diameter of between 9 and 18mm.
• We recommend burying the cable at a depth of 50 cl (85 cm under a road or path) in an electrical duct (red ribbed).
• If this buried cable meets another cable or pipe (gas, water, etc.), there must be more than 20 cm between them.
• Connect the supply cable to the connection terminal unit inside the device.
L: live
L1-L2-L3: live
N: neutral
N: neutral
: earth
: earth
Single phase terminal unit
5
Three-phase terminal unit
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1.4 I Option connections
Connecting the "Heating priority", "On/off command" and "Alarm" options:
• Any incorrect connection to terminals 1 to 8 may damage the device and cancel its warranty.
• Under no circumstances should the filtration pump motor be supplied via terminals 1-2.
• When intervening on terminals 1 to 8, there is a risk of electrical return current, injuries,
material damage and death.
• Use cables with a section of at least 2x0.75mm² , RO2V type and with a diameter between 8
and 13mm.
• Remove the detachable disk (above the gland) and install the gland provided to run the cables
into the device. The cables used for the options and the supply cable must be kept separate
(risk of interference) using a collar inside the device just after the glands.
1.4.1 "Remote control" option
• This option enables the device's user interface to be duplicated to enable the device to be controlled by remote. To
do so, use the remote control kit available as an option.
• For the connection, consult the manual supplied with the kit.
1.4.2 "Heating priority" option
• This function helps to keep the water temperature constant by checking the water temperature at regular time
intervals (minimum 5 minute cycle every 60 minutes) by filtration pump control. The filtration is kept operating if the
pool temperature is below the temperature requested.
• For the connection, connect the filtration timer to terminals 1 and 2 (dry contact, no polarity, maximum intensity 8A).
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2 : power for the filtration pump power contactor coil
: filtration timer
: power contactor (tripolar or bipolar) for the filtration system pump motor
: separate cable for the "heating priority" function
: heat pump terminal unit
: fuse
1.4.3 "Alarm" option
• This option enables a relay to be connected to the alarm contact to indicate a fault by remote.
• For the connection, connect the cables to terminals 5 and 6 (dry contact, no polarity, maximum intensity 2A).
: heat pump terminal unit
: alarm contact relay
: separate connection cable
: fuse
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1.4.4 Remote "on/off" control option
• This option enables the "on/off" button function to be transferred via a switch or home automation system installed
by remote.
• For the connection, remove the shunt between terminals 7-8 and connect the switch cable in place (potential free
contact, no polarity, 220-240V ~ 50Hz).
• Activate the command by pressing
,
then
• Press
for 3 seconds:
• Select "Yes" with
• Press
for 5 seconds when the regulation is not on standby:
,
, then validate by pressing
:
,
to exit.
: heat pump terminal unit
: remote "on/off" switch
: separate connection cable
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❷ Use
2.1 I Operating principle
Your heat pump uses the calories (heat) in the air to heat up your pool's water. The process to heat your pool's water to
the temperature you want may take a few days as it depends on the weather conditions, your heat pump's power and
the difference between the water temperature and the temperature you want.
The heat pump is ideal for maintaining temperature.
The warmer and damper the air, the better your heat pump will perform. The outdoor parameters for optimum operation
are an air temperature of 27°C, a water temperature of 27°C and 80% hygrometry.
Tip: improve your pool's temperature rise and maintenance
• Anticipate the commissioning of your pool far enough in advance before you use it.
• For the temperature rise, set the water circulation to continuous operation (24/24).
• To maintain the temperature throughout the season, run "automatic" circulation for at least 12 hours/
day (the longer this time the longer the heat pump will have enough operating range to heat up).
• Cover the basin with a sheet (bubble canopy, canvas, etc.) to prevent heat loss.
• Take advantage of a period with mild outdoor temperatures (on average > 10°C at night); it will be even
more effective if it runs during the warmest hours of the day.
• Keep the evaporator clean.
• Set the temperature you want and let the heat pump run (adjusting the setpoint to maximum will not
heat the water more quickly).
• Connect the "Heating priority"; the filtration pump and heat pump operating time will be set according
to requirements.
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2.2 I User interface presentation
Water temperature
Temperature setpoint ( = cold mode, reversible models only)
"On/off" button
Pool water temperature reading or parameter setting button
Value setting buttons
Symbol
Designation
Fixed
Flashing
Water flow
Water flow ok
Water flow too low or missing
Power indicator
Heating or cooling
Waiting for operating request
Ambient air temperature Sufficient
Defrost light
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Defrosting
Insufficient
/
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2.3 I Operating
• Check that there are no tools or other foreign objects in the machine.
• The panel that provides access to the technical section must be put in place.
• Set the valves as follows: valve B wide open, valves A, C, D and E closed
: water entry valve
: by-pass valve
: water exit valve
: water entry adjustment valve (optional)
: water exit adjustment valve (optional)
• An incorrect by-pass setting may cause the heat pump to malfunction.
•
•
•
•
•
Check that the hydraulic corrections are correctly tightened and that there are no leaks.
Check that the device is fully stable.
Set the water circulation running.
Close valve B gradually so that the filter pressure is increased by 150g (0.150 bars).
Open valves A, C and D fully then valve E by half (the air which has built up in the heat pump condenser and the
filtration circuit will bleed out). If valves D and E are not present, open valve A wide and close valve C by half.
• Connect the power supply to the heat pump.
, press for 3 seconds
• If the heat pump is on standby
,
appears for 2
(different software No. depending on the devices) for 3 seconds , and the water
seconds then
and setpoint temperatures are displayed
• Set the temperature you want ("setpoint" temperature).
, a 2 miute timer will start.
After the start-up steps for your heat pump:
• Shut down the water circulation temporarily (by stopping the filtration or closing valve B or C) to check that you
device stops after a few seconds (via the activation of the flow rate controller).
• Reduce the setpoint temperature to below the water temperature to check that the heat pump stops operating.
for 3 seconds and check that it stops.
• Switch off the heat pump by pressing and holding
2.4 I User functions
2.4.1 Adjusting the temperature set point:
• Press
to increase the temperature by 0.5 °C,
• Press
to reduce the temperature by 0.5 °C.
The heat pump stops automatically when the pool reaches the required temperature.
2.4.2 Locking/unlocking the keyboard
Press and hold
9
and
for 3 seconds:
or
.
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2.5 I Presentation of the menu
To access the menu, press
.
To browse the menus and modify the values, press
To validate a selection, press
.
To exit the menu, press .
Optional
reversible models only
or
Select the language for the interface (2 languages available: French
and English)
Select the device's operating mode:
Water heating only
Water heating or cooling (automatic according to need)
The light
must be fixed.
No water flow:
Water flow too low:
or
Water flow too high:
or
Set the rate using valve E (or C if no valve E).
In this setting phase, wait a few minutes after each valve position
change for the device to balance out.
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❸ Maintenance
3.1 I Wintering
• Wintering is vital to prevent the condenser breaking due to freezing. This is not covered by
the warranty.
• To avoid damaging the equipment with condensation, do not fully cover it; a wintering cover
is provided.
•
•
•
•
•
Set the regulator to "standby" mode by pressing and holding
for 3 seconds and disconnect the power supply,
Open valve B,
Close valves A and C and open valves D and E (if present),
Make sure that there is no water circulating in the heat pump,
Drain the water from the condenser (risk of freezing) by unscrewing the two water input and output connectors on
the back of the heat pump,
• In the case of full wintering for the pool (complete shutdown of the filtration system, bleed the filtration circuit or
even pool drainage): tighten the two connectors by one turn to prevent any foreign bodies from getting into the
condenser,
• In the case of wintering for the heat pump only (shutdown of the heating only, the filtration keeps running): to not
tighten the connectors but add 2 caps (provided) on the condenser's water inputs and outputs.
• We recommend that you put the aired wintering micro cover (provided) on the heat pump.
3.2 I Maintenance
• It is recommended that the device be general serviced at least on a yearly basis to ensure
proper operation, maintain performance levels and prevent some potential failures. These
operations are carried out at the user's expense, by a technician.
3.2.1 User maintenance
• Make sure that the filter is not blocked by any foreign bodies.
• Clean the evaporator (for location see § “5.3 I Dimensions and marking”) using a soft brush and a fresh water spray
(disconnect the power cable); do not fold over the metal wings, then clean the condensation drainage pipe to remove
any impurities that may be blocking it.
• Do not use a high pressure jet. Do not spray with rain water, salt water or water which is full of minerals.
• Clean the outside of the device; do not use any solvent-based products. We can provide you with a specific cleaning
kit as an option: the PAC NET, see § “5.1 I Description”.
3.2.2 Maintenance to be carried out by a qualified technician
•
•
•
•
•
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Check that the regulation is operating correctly connected.
Check that the condensation flows correctly when the device is operating.
Check the safety mechanisms.
Check the connection of the metal masses to the earth.
Check that the electrical cables are correctly tightened and connected and that the electrical unit is clean.
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❹ Troubleshooting
• Before you contact your reseller, please carry out these few simple checks using the following
tables if a problem occurs.
• If the problem continues contact your reseller.
•
: Actions reserved for a qualified technician
4.1 I Device behaviour
• On start-up, the device remains "paused" for 3 minutes before it starts operating.
• When the setpoint temperature is reached, the heat pump stops heating: the water temperature
is higher than or equal to the setpoint temperature.
the water flow rate is zero or is not enough, the heat pump stops: check that the water
The device does • When
is circulating correctly in the heat pump (see § “2.5 I Presentation of the menu”) and that the
not start heating
hydraulic connections are correct.
straight away
• The heat pump stops when the outside temperature drops below 5 °C for standard models or
-8 °C for reversible models.
• It may be that the heat pump has detected an operating fault (see § “4.2 I Error code display”).
• If you have checked these points and the problem persists: contact your reseller.
• Often called condensation. This water is the moisture contained in the air which condenses
on contact with certain cold mechanisms in the heat pump, especially on the evaporator. The
more damp the air, the more condensation your heat pump will produce (your device may drain
several litres of water per day). This water is retrieved by the base of the heat pump and drained
The device is
through the holes.
draining water
• To check that the water is not coming from a leak in the pool circuit on the heat pump, shut
down the heat pump and run the filtration pump for the water to circulate in the heat pump. If
the water continues to flow through the condensation drains, there is a water leak in the heat
pump; contact your reseller.
•
heat pump will soon switch to its defrost cycle to melt the ice.
The evaporator is • Your
If your heat pump cannot manage to deice its evaporator, it will stop itself; this means that the
iced over
outdoor temperature is too low (below -5 °C for standard models, -8°C for reversible models).
• This may occur when it is in a defrost cycle and the water is converted to gas.
The device is
• If your heat pump is not in its defrost cycle, this is not normal. Switch off and disconnect the
"smoking"
heat pump immediately and contact your reseller.
The device is not
working
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If there is no display, check the supply voltage and the F1 fuse.
•
• When the setpoint temperature is reached, the heat pump stops heating: the water temperature
is higher than or equal to the setpoint temperature.
• When the water flow rate is zero or is not enough, the heat pump stops: check that the water is
circulating correctly in the heat pump (see § “2.5 I Presentation of the menu”).
• The heat pump stops when the outside temperature drops below 5 °C for standard models or
-8 °C for reversible models.
• It may be that the heat pump has detected an operating fault (see § “4.2 I Error code display”).
• It may be that the heat pump has detected an operating fault (see § “4.2 I Error code display”).
• Check that the automatic filling valve is not stuck in open position; this will keep supplying cold
The device is
water into the pool and will prevent the temperature from rising.
working but
• There is too much heat loss as the air is cool. Install a heat insulated cover on your pool.
the water
• The heat pump is unable to capture enough calories as its evaporator is clogged with dirt. Clean
temperature
it to restore its performances (see § “3.2 I Maintenance”).
does not increase • Check that the external environment is not hindering the heat pump (see § “❶ Installation”).
•
The ventilator
is running but
the compressor
stops from time
to time with no
error message
• If the outdoor temperature is low, the heat pump will perform defrost cycles.
• The heat pump is unable to capture enough calories as its evaporator is clogged with dirt. Clean
it to restore its performances (see § “3.2 I Maintenance”).
•
The device
trips the circuit
breaker
Check that the heat pump is the right size for this pool and its environment.
Check that the circuit breaker is correctly dimensioned and that the cable section used is
the right one (see § “5.2 I Technical specifications”).
•
The supply voltage is too low; contact your electricity supplier.
• On the Z300 M5, MD5, M7, PM3051, PM3052, PM3061, EverFirst 11M, 11MD and 13M models,
the voltage may drop when the compressor starts; install a progressive starter.
• The VA varistor(s) may be damaged; replace them.
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4.2 I Error code display
Display
Exchanger protection in cool
mode
High temperature error
on evaporator in "cooling"
mode
Phase order fault (on three
phase models only)
Low pressure fault on
cooling circuit
Possible causes
Wait until the exterior temperature
rises
Automatic
ST3 sensor temperature
over 60°C or evaporator
scaled up
Clean the evaporator, if problem
persists, call an approved technician
Automatic if
ST3 sensor
temperature
below 45°C
Cabling not respected on
the appliance's supply
terminals,
Electricity provider has
changed the order of the
phases
Temporary disconnection
of the power supply to one
or more phases
Cooling circuit high pressure Air and water emulsion
fault
passed into the device
Flow controller blocked
ST4 sensor fault fluid line
sensor
ST3 sensor fault Defrost
sensor
ST sensor fault air intake
sensor
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Invert phases on power terminals
(appliance switched off )
Contact the electricity provided to
find out if your installation has been
modified.
Compressor discharge
temperature too high
By electricity
supply
disconnection or
by pressing
Automatic (if
fewer than 4
faults per hour)
or press
Pressure fault in the low
pressure circuit (if problem Call an approved technician
persists after resetting)
Insufficient water flow
ST1 sensor fault water
intake sensor
Resetting
ST4 sensor temperature
too low
Exchanger clogged with dirt
Compressor discharge
temperature fault
Solutions
Clean the water exchanger
Increase flow using by-pass, check Automatic (if
that the pool filter is not clogged
fewer than 4
faults per hour)
or press
Check the pool's hydraulic circuit
Check the flow controller
for 3
Press
seconds
Call an approved technician
Reconnect or change the sensor
Cut power or
press
Sensor is faulty or offline
(J8-A1 connector)
Reconnect or change the sensor
By electricity
supply
disconnection or
automatic if the
fault disappears
Sensor is faulty or offline
(terminals 1-2 connector
J3-A2)
Reconnect or change the sensor
Cut power or
press
Sensor is faulty or offline
(terminals 3-4 connector
J3-A2)
Reconnect or change the sensor
Cut power or
press
Sensor is faulty or offline
(J12-A1 connector)
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Display
ST5 sensor error
compressor discharge
sensor
Possible causes
Solutions
Sensor is faulty or offline (J7-A1
connector)
Bad connection between the A1
and A2 boards
Communication fault
between the regulation Board power supply fault
board and the display
Faulty boards
board
Reconnect or change the sensor
Resetting
By electricity
supply
disconnection or
automatic if the
fault disappears
Check the J8, J9, J7 and J4J5 connectors on the link cable
between the boards
By electricity
supply
disconnection or
Check the boards' power supply automatic if the
fault disappears
Replace the boards
4.3 I Additional menus
To access the menu, press
.
To browse the menus and modify the values, press
To exit the menu, press .
or
You may consult the latest faults:
You may read the values measured by the sensors and the operation of the electronic valve and the fan.
EN
Water temperature on intake
Air temperature
Defrost sensor
Fluid line sensor
Compressor discharge temperature
Fan operating speed
Opening of electronic valve
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4.4 I Wiring diagrams
4.4.1 Z300 M4-M5-M7 - PM3041-PM3051-PM3061 - EverFirst 8M-11M-13M
4.4.2 Z300 T5 - PM3053 - EverFirst 11T
15
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4.4.3 Z300 MD5 - PM3052 - EverFirst 11MD
EN
4.4.4 Z300 MD8 - PM3072 - EverFirst 15MD
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4.4.5 Z300 TD5-TD8 - PM3056-PM3076 - EverFirst 11TD-15TD
REV VALVE
A1
A2
A4
LP
C1
C2
C3
D1
EXP VALVE
F1
HEATER
HP
J1
M1
M2
PHC
R1-R2
17
4-channel valve coil
Electronic regulation board
Electronic display board
Electronic release board
Low pressure switch
Ventilator condenser
Compressor condenser
Filter
Progressive starter
Electronic regulator
3.15A 250V protection fuse
Anti-freeze resistance (condenser)
High pressure switch
Flow controller
Ventilator motor
Compressor motor
Phase order controller
Contact
ST1
ST2
ST3
ST4
ST5
VA
BLU
WHT
GRY
YEL
BRN
BLK
ORG
RED
PNK
GRN/YEL
VLT
Water regulation sensor
Anti-freeze sensor
Defrost sensor
Fluid line sensor
Compressor backflow sensor
Varistor
Blue
White
Grey
YELLOW
Brown
Black
Orange
Red
Pink
Green/Yellow
Violet
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❺ Specifications
5.1 I Description
*
*
*
*In a bag in the technical compartment
EN
Z300
A
B
Ø50 connector to be glued (x2)
C
Gland
D
Anti-vibration studs (x5)
E
Wintering cap (x2)
F
Wintering cover
PM30
EverFirst
Heating priority
G
Remote control
H
Plant room kit
I
Condensate pan
J
PAC NET
(cleaning product)
: supplied
: available as an accessory
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5.2 I Technical specifications
Reversible
Standards
M4
M5
T5
M7
MD5
TD5
MD8
TD8
PM3041 PM3051 PM3053 PM3061 PM3052 PM3056 PM3072 PM3076
8M
11M
11T
13M
11MD
11TD
15MD
15TD
Z300
PM30
EverFirst
Operating
temperature range
air
water
Defrosting by forced air
circulation
Defrosting by cycle inversion
Voltage
Acceptable variation in
voltage
Pollution class
5 to 38 °C
-8 to 38 °C
10 to 32 °C
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
220-240V 220-240V 380-415V 220-240V 220-240V 380-415V 220-240V 380-415V
-50Hz
-50Hz
-50Hz
-50Hz
-50Hz
-50Hz
-50Hz
-50Hz
± 6 % (during operation)
I
Pollution degree
2
Overvoltage category
Nominal absorbed
intensity
Maximum absorbed
intensity
II
A
7.9
10.3
4.25
13
10
4.4
16
7.4
A
10
13
4.7
15.7
12.8
5
24
9.3
Minimum cable
section*
mm²
3x2.5
3x2.5
5x2.5
3x4
3x2.5
5x2.5
3x6
5x2.5
3G2.5
3G2.5
5G2.5
3G4
3G2.5
5G2.5
3G6
5G2.5
Proof pressure
bar
3
Service pressure
bar
1.5
Head loss
mCE
1.5
1.5
1.1
1.1
1.4
1.5
1.5
1.5
Medium water flow m³/h
4
5
5
6
5
5
6.5
6.5
* Values provided for information purposes for a maximum length of 20 metres (calculation base: NFC15-100), must be
checked and adapted to the installation conditions and standards of the installation country.
5.3 I Dimensions and marking
Front
Side
Rear
: Base
: Rear panel
: Ø1’’ 1/2 pool water intake
: Front panel
: Column
: Ø1’’ 1/2 pool water output
: Cover
: Grid
: Evaporator
: Technical access door
: User interface
: Gland
Overall dimensions
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Modèle appareil
Appliance model
Numéro de série
Serial number
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