MOS GB 0819-3
NIBE VVM 300 UK
031142
INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
NIBE UK
VVM
300
230 V
-2
VVM 300
0
+2
K
LE
LEK
LEK
LEK
LEK
2
1
5
4
3
Contents
User guide
Pipe connection between VVM 300 and FIGHTER 2005__ 18
General
Capacity diagram, charge pump_____________________ 18
Capacity diagram, heating medium pump_____________ 18
Principle of operation_ ______________________________ 3
Unvented hot water portable water system_____________ 3
Service
Explanation________________________________________ 3
Draining the heating system_________________________ 19
System diagram____________________________________ 3
Emptying the hot water heater_ _____________________ 19
Front panel
Electrical connections
Pressure gauge_____________________________________ 4
Connection_______________________________________ 20
Switch____________________________________________ 4
Access to the lower electrical connections_____________ 21
Display____________________________________________ 4
Modular cable between VVM 300 and FIGHTER 2005___ 22
Offset heating curve________________________________ 5
Power rating as set at the factory_ ___________________ 23
Right keypad_ _____________________________________ 5
Resetting the temperature limiter_ ___________________ 23
Left keypad________________________________________ 5
Max boiler temperature_ ___________________________ 23
Key lock_ _________________________________________ 5
Max phase current_________________________________ 23
Connecting the outside sensor______________________ 23
Room temperature
Centralised load control/Tariff_ ______________________ 24
Heating control system______________________________ 6
Connection of electrical shut off valve_ _______________ 24
Default setting_____________________________________ 6
External contacts__________________________________ 25
Changing the room temperature manually_ ____________ 6
Setting with diagrams_______________________________ 7
Commissioning and adjusting
Preparations______________________________________ 26
Maintenance routines
Filling the heating system___________________________ 26
Checking the safety valves___________________________ 8
Venting the heating system_ ________________________ 26
Pressure gauge_____________________________________ 8
Filling the water heater_____________________________ 26
Service____________________________________________ 8
Commissioning FIGHTER 2005 and VVM 300__________ 27
Low temperature or a lack of hot water________________ 9
Commissioning VVM 300 without FIGHTER 2005_______ 27
High hot water temperature__________________________ 9
Readjustment_____________________________________ 27
Low room temperature______________________________ 9
High room temperature_ ____________________________ 9
Switch position “
”_ ___________________________ 9
Miscellaneous
Alarm/alarm outputs_______________________________ 10
Control
Resetting the temperature limiter_ ___________________ 13
General__________________________________________ 28
Helping the circulation pump to start_________________ 13
Key lock_ ________________________________________ 28
Resetting the miniature circuit breakers_ ______________ 13
Changing parameters______________________________ 29
Example_ ________________________________________ 29
Installation
Menu explanation_________________________________ 34
General information for the installer
Electrical circuit diagram
Transport and storage______________________________ 14
Sensor placement_ ________________________________ 51
Maximum boiler and radiator volumes________________ 14
Temperature sensor data____________________________ 51
Erecting the heat pump_ ___________________________ 14
Inspection of the installation_ _______________________ 14
Electric boiler mode________________________________ 14
Technical specifications
Component locations______________________________ 52
List of components_ _______________________________ 53
Pipe connections
Dimensions and setting-out coordinates_______________ 54
General__________________________________________ 15
Measuring principle________________________________ 54
Pipe connection of the heating system (primary)________ 15
Accessories_______________________________________ 55
Pipe connection of the water heater__________________ 16
Technical specifications_____________________________ 56
Docking_________________________________________ 17
Enclosed kit_ _____________________________________ 56
NIBE VVM 300
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General
In order to get the ultimate benefit from hot water module NIBE VVM 300 you
should read through these Installation and Maintenance Instructions.
VVM 300 supplies the house with hot water and heating and controls
FIGHTER 2005 optimally.
The intelligent controls ensure that VVM 300 always works as efficiently as
possible.
VVM 300 is a Swedish manufactured quality product with a long service life.
To be filled in when the product has been installed
The serial number (103), must always be stated with all correspondence with
NIBE.
______________
Installation date
Installer
Chosen max output, immersion heater
Circulation pump setting (16), heating medium
Menu setting 2.1, “Heat curve”
Setting Offset heating curve
Date__________________________ Sign___________________________
This 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 should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
Rights to make any design or technical modifications are reserved.
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NIBE VVM 300
User guide
General
Principle of operation
Unvented hot water portable water system
VVM 300 is an electric boiler designed for houses with water borne heating. It consists of a double jacketed pressure
vessel, two immersion heaters and advanced controls.
VVM 300 is intended for use in a 6 bar unvented system
for the portable water and is therefore equipped with
valves corresponding current norms.
The total water volume is 280 litres, of which 125 litres are
in the double jacketed space (primary) and 155 litres in the
heater (secondary).
Explanation
The hot water heater has a copper lining to protect against
corrosion. The immersion heaters are in the double jacket.
The immersion heaters have a max output of 6.0 kW with
option of setting lower outputs. The factory setting is
6.0 kW.
The charge pump in VVM 300 is speed controlled and adjusts the charge flow automatically.
VVM 300 is equipped with climate controlled automatic
by-passes to maintain the correct temperature for the
heating system. This temperature is determined by the actual outdoor temperature and selected basic settings.
VVM 300 is designed for connection and communication
with FIGHTER 2005. Sizes 8 and 11 kW can be connected.
FIGHTER 2005 and VVM 300 together make up a complete heating plant.
AV
RC
SF
SÄV
Shut-off valve
Control valve
Particle filter (Included in FIGHTER 2005)
Safety valve
Enclosed with the product:
15
106
108
145
148
165
166
Outside sensor
Expansion vessel
Tundish
Temperature and pressure relief valve
Pressure reduction valve
Cold water inlet and expansion valve, water heater
Shut off valve
FIGHTER 2005 covers the entire heating and hot water
requirement until the output requirement of the house
exceeds the specified heat pump output. In the temperature zone between balance temperature and stop temperature, FIGHTER 2005 works together with VVM 300. If
the outdoor air temperature drops down to a level below
the stop temperature for FIGHTER 2005, all heating occurs
with VVM 300.
System diagram
145
RC
106
165
148
108
15
UG
FIGHTER
2005
FIGHTER 2020
SÄV
166
SF
AV
TV
VVM 300
The heating medium side and the hot water side must be
fitted with the necessary safety equipment in accordance
with the applicable regulations.
NOTE! This is an outline diagram. Actual installations must
be planned according to applicable standards.
NIBE VVM 300
3
armvattentemperatur
0 0V1.0
C
User
5
.
0 guideC
13.43
emperature
chwasser temp.
5 05 .00.1.0B0r aCuC
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Wa
1.0H o
Va r m t v a n n s t e m p.
1.0 B r a u c h w a s s e r t e m p .
a t t e n Front
t e m panel
peratur
13.43
13.43
1.0
13.43
1.0
Front panel
Display
Offset heating
curve
A B I II III
A B
A B I II III
2
3
bar
1
0
0
bar
4
1.0
Left keypad
Switch
AB
A B I II III
A B
I II III
AB
T he radiator circuit pressure is displayed here.
Gauge graduation is 0 – 4 bar. Normal pressure is
0.5 – 1.5 bar when the system is closed.
1.0
3
4
Switch
A B I II III
A B
13.43
1.0
Bis shown when a time based temperature increase is activated, for example periodic.
A B
13.43
AB
I II III
AB
I II
I II
1Normal mode. All control functions connected.
DK
0 The boiler is completely switched off.
Standby mode. This mode AisBused
in the
I II III
A Bevent
I II
of operating disturbances. The immersion
heater output is limited to 4 kW, the circulation pump (16) and charge pump (40) operate
continuously.
A B I II III A B
I II
I II
1
A
I II III
4
-2
AB
AB
F1250
DK
AB
I II
0
-2
AB
S hown when the circulation pump in the heating
system
is in operation.
0
1
bar
0
+2
3
4
A
A B
1.0
13.43
Heating system symbol
S hown when house heating with heat pump is in
progress.
Indicates when FIGHTER 2005 defrosting is in
progress.
A B I II III
A
I II III
AB
I II
A B
A B
54.1°C
Varmtvandstemp.
row: Value
of the current parameter.
I II
1.0
13.43
DK
ThirdArow:
Description
of current display parameter.
B
I II
“Hot water temp” is normally shown.
50.0
50.0 C
50.0 C
2
1
0
bar
DK
8,5
2
1
0
NIBE VVM 300
95,0
bar
3
4
8,5
8,5
,0
0
0 +2
+2
t hål Ø10,5
-2
4 -2
95,0
13.43
1.
8,5 Urstansnin
7 mm bred
95,0
Hål 66x36
II 4 kW additional power is connected.
A B
29,0
GB
A B
54.1°C
Hotwatertemp.
4
A B I II III A B
I II
I II
AB
0I II symbol
Addition.
A B I II III A
B -2
I II heat
AB
+2
Indicates when the additional heater is connected.
The line indicates which power step/steps are currently connected.
A B I II III
1.0
3
95,0
conditions in the FIGHTER 2005 not being met internally, e.g. time conditions.
A
C
I II III
+2 Fourth row: Shows information symbols.
Va r m t v a n d s t e m p e r a t u r
a t t e n 1.0
Menu
V
a
r
m
v
tem
p e number.
ratur
ev as ti tl äe nmt pe ömtwhen
iplear fan
13.43
step
2
is
in
operation.
atur
1.0
Pool
heating
in
progress.
P
13.43
13.43
0
Va r m t v a n d s t e m p e r a t u r
The compressor
13.43 symbol alone indicates
-2that the +2
1.0 Key lock activated.
compressor is to start, but is locked due to start
13.43
I 2 kW additional power is connected.
F
Defrosting symbol
GB
A together with compressor symbol, is displayed
0
V a r m vwhen
a t t efann step
t e m1 pis ein roperation.
atur
-2
A B
54.1°C
Varmtvandstemp.
+2
I II IIISecond
AB
2
50.0 C
. 50 01.0. C
symbol, is displayed
0 B together
C with compressor13.43
AB
I II
3
bar
0
First row:
I AII B I Compressor
II III A B
I IIsymbol
I II
I II
AB
Circulation pump symbol
A B I II III
2
Display
I II water
I II
AB
Hot
symbol
Ais shown when 3 hour temperature increase is
activated.
54.1°C
Varmvattentemp.
with three positions 1 – 0 – :
Right keypad
Indicates when the “Extra hot water” function is
active.
A B
54.1°C
Varmvattentemp.
2
bar
13.43
4
Pressure gauge
0
13.43
1.0
3
Pressure gauge
1
A B
54.1°C
Hotwatertemp. 54.1°C
Hotwatertemp.
Urstansning
Urstansning
77 mm
mm bred,
bred,
69,1
2
1
A B
A B
I II III
O10
User guide
50.0 °C
Front panel
13.43
1.0
I II III
AB
AB
50.0 °C
AB
AB
AB
Operating mode
This knob is used to change the heating curve's parallel offset and in doing so the room temperature.
Turning clockwise increases the room temperature.
When the knob is turned menu 2.0 is shown on the
display and the value for the calculated flow temperature changes.
13.43
1.0
AB
Left keypad
Offset heating curve
Va r m v a t t e n t e m p.
AB
I II
50.0 °C
a
5t 0t e.n0t e m° pC.
a t t e n t e m p . 13.43
5 0 . 0 ° C 13.43
This button is used to set the required operating
I II
I II
mode with regard to permitting/blocking
the
circulation pump and additional energy. The change does
not need to be confirmed with the enter button.
I II
I II III
Also see the section Room
SMO10 temperature.
AB
AB
50.0 °C
Va r m t v a n d s t e m p.
13.43
The current operating mode is shown on the display
when the button is pressed and the mode changes
when you continue to press the button. The display
returns to the normal display mode once the enter
button is pressed.
13.43
1.0
a t t e n t e m p . Right keypad
10
AB
Va r m v a t t e n t e m p.
AB
10
AB
The plus button is used to scroll through the menu
system (forwards) or increase the value of the selected parameter. I II I II
I II
The different operating modes are:
Auto mode: VVM 300 automatically selects the
operating mode with reference to the outdoor temperature. The circulation pump and the immersion
heater are permitted to run as needed.
The minus button isI II used
I II to scroll through the
menu system (backwards) or lower the value of the
I II
I II
selected parameter.
The enter button is used to select a lower menu in
the menu system, to activate a parameter change as
well as confirm a parameter change.
Summer mode: Only production of hot water using FIGHTER 2005. The circulation pump and immersion heaterA Bare blocked. However, when “Extra
I II III A B
hot water” is activated the immersion heater is
connected.
50.0 °C
See the section “Control” – “General”.
V a r mSpring/Autumn
v a t t e n t e m p . mode: Only production of heating
1.0
13.43 FIGHTER 2005. The circulation
and hot water using
pump is operational. The immersion heater is disabled. However, when “Extra hot water” is activated
I II III A B
B
the immersionAheater
is connected.
SMO10
SMO10
SMO10 Extra Hot Water
SMO10
50.0 °C
I II III
AB
AB
50.0 °C
Hotwater temp.
1.0
13.43
I II
I II
V a r mThe
v a t“Extra
tentem
p . water” function is activated for a pehot
1.0
13.43
riod of 3 hours using this button. The change does
not need to be confirmed with the enter button.
At activation, the hot water temperature increases
above the normal temperature, up to the set value.
I II
I II
I II
No function.
Key lock
A key lock can be activated by simultaneously pressing the
plus and the minus buttons. The key symbol will then be
shown on the display. The same procedure is used to deactivate the key lock.
NIBE VVM 300
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User guide
Room temperature
Room temperature
Heating control system
Default setting
The indoor temperature depends on several factors.
During the hot season, solar radiation and heat given off
by people and equipment are sufficient to keep the house
warm. When it gets colder outside, the heating system
must be started. The colder its gets, the hotter the radiators must be.
The basic heating is set using menu 2.1 and with the
“Heating curve offset” knob.
This adjustment is made automatically, however the basic
settings must first be made on the boiler, see the section
“Default setting”.
If you do not know the correct settings use the basic data
from the map opposite.
If the required room temperature is not obtained, readjustment may be necessary.
Iday
II III between
AB
I II
A
NOTE! Wait one
settings
so that the temperatures have time to stabilise.
50.0
C
V a r m v a t t e n t e9m p e r a t u r
1.0 H e a t c u r v e
13.43
2.1
Menu 2.1 Heat curve
Offset heating curve
Readjustment the default settings
Cold weather conditions
When the room temperature is too low, the “Heating
curve” value is increased in menu 2.1 by one increment.
When the room temperature is too high, the “Heating
curve” value is decreased in menu 2.1 by one increment.
Warm weather conditions
If the room temperature is low, increase the heating
curve offset setting by one step.
If the room temperature is high, reduce the “Heating
curve offset” setting by one step.
Changing the room temperature manually
If you want to temporarily or permanently lower or raise
the indoor temperature relative to the previously set temperature, turn the “Heating curve offset” knob anticlockwise or clockwise. One to three lines approximately represents a one degree change in room temperature.
A
I II III
AB
I II
NOTE! An increase in the room temperature may be inhibited by the radiator or underfloor heating thermostats, if
so these must be turned up.
50.0
C
Va r m v a t t e n t e m p e r a t u r
1.0
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NIBE VVM 300
13.43
User guide
Room temperature
Setting with diagrams
Shifting the heating curve -2
The diagram is based on the dimensioned outdoor temperature in the area and the dimensioned supply temperature
of the heating system. When these two values “meet”,
the heating control's curve slope can be read. This is set
under menu 2.1, “Heating curve”.
A suitable value is set using the knob on the front panel,
“Offset heat curve”. A suitable value for underfloor heating is -1 and for radiator systems -2.
A
I II III
AB
I II
HEATING CURVE
VÄRMEKURVA
FRAMLEDNINGSTEMPERATUR
FRAMLEDNINGSTEMPERATUR
SUPPLY TEMPERATURE
FRAMLEDNINGSTEMPERATUR
The heating control system on VVM 300 is controlled by
the outside temperature. This means the flow temperature
is regulated in relation to the current outdoor temperature.
+5
50.0
C
v a t t e n t e 9m p e r a t u r
Va r m
1.0 H e a t c u r v e
13.43
2.1
+5
°C
70
15 14 13 12 11
10
VÄRMEKURVA
9
°C
60
70
TYSKA
°C
50
60
70
68
4
57
3
30
40
50
A
30
40
+5
FRAMLEDNINGSTEMPERATUR
FRAMLEDNINGSTEMPERATUR
SUPPLY
TEMPERATURE
FRAMLEDNINGSTEMPERATUR
+5
10
°C
70
FRAMLEDNINGSTEMPERATUR
FRAMLEDNINGSTEMPERATUR
FRAMLEDNINGSTEMPERATUR
SUPPLY
TEMPERATURE
+5
+5
50.0
- 4024 °C
13
OUTSIDE
TEMPERATURE
UTETEMPERATUR
- 30
- 20
- 402 °C
- 30
13.43
- 20
FÖRSKJUTNING 15 14 13 12
VÄRMEKURVA (-2)
1
UTETEMPERATUR
VÄRMEKURVA
- 40 °C
- 30
UTETEMPERATUR
11HEATING
10 CURVE
9
VÄRMEKURVA
15 14 13 12
8
11 10
9
7
VÄRMEKURVA
°C
50
60
70
15 14 13 12
11
86
79
5
10
68
4
40
50
60
57
3
46
2
35
1
30
40
50
30
40
10
-5
-5
°C
70
-5
24
- 40 °C
13
UTETEMPERATUR
2
- 20
- 30
- 40 °C
1
UTETEMPERATUR
OUTSIDE
TEMPERATURE
VÄRMEKURVA
- 20
- 30
- 40 °C
- 10
0
- 20
FÖRSKJUTNING
VÄRMEKURVA (0)
- 10
10
0
FÖRSKJUTNING
OFFSET
HEAT CURVE
VÄRMEKURVA
(0)
0
- 10
- 30
FÖRSKJUTNING
15 14 13 12 11 UTETEMPERATUR
10
9
VÄRMEKURVA
VÄRMEKURVA (0)
8
°C
60
70
15 14 13 12 11
7
10
9
HEATING CURVE
VÄRMEKURVA
86
°C
50
60
70
15 14 13 12 11
10
I II
75
9
68
4
40
50
60
57
3
30
40
50
35
1
46
2
24
30
40
- 10
- 20
FÖRSKJUTNING
VÄRMEKURVA (+2)
- 10
10
0
- 20
FÖRSKJUTNING
VÄRMEKURVA (+2)
- 10
10
0
- 20
10
-5
-5
-5
0
50.0
- 30
- 4013 °C
2
UTETEMPERATUR
- 30
- 401 °C
UTETEMPERATUR
- 30
- 40 °C
OUTSIDE
TEMPERATURE
UTETEMPERATUR
FÖRSKJUTNING
OFFSET HEAT CURVE
(+2)
I II III A B
A VÄRMEKURVA
C
Va r m v a t t e n t e m p e r a t u r
1.0
35
1
Brauchwasser temp.
FÖRSKJUTNING
VÄRMEKURVA (-2)
10
0curve -010
heating
-5
C
- 20
0
-5
30
AB
5 0 .- 100
46
2
Shifting the heating curve +2
+5
I II III
I II
FÖRSKJUTNING
OFFSET
HEAT CURVE
VÄRMEKURVA
(-2)
- 10
10
0
1.0
10
A
AB
°C
60
70
+5
“Heating curve” in menu 2.1 and “Max
supply temp.” in menu 2.4 are adjusted
according to the heating system in
question.
I II III
-5
30
NOTE!
10 86
11
40
50
60
30
+5
Offset heating curve
15 14 13 12
79
5
Shifting the
Menu 2.1 Heat curve
15 14 13 12 11
10 8
VÄRMEKURVA
97
I II
C
Va r m t v a n d s t e m p e r a t u r
13.43
1.0
NIBE VVM 300
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User guide
Maintenance routines
Maintenance routines
Gammal version
Checking the safety valves
LEK
Pressure gauge
165
2
1
0
3
bar
4
52
K
LE
K
LE
K
LE
K
LE
VVM 300 has two safety valves, one for the heating system and one for the hot water heater.
K
The safety valves must be checked regularly. Check one
valve at a time as follows:
LE
The heating system’s pressure relief valve (52) must be
completely tight, but the water heater’s expansion valve
(165) may occasionally release some water.
The working range of the heating system is normally 0.5
– 1.5 bar when the system is closed. Check this on the
pressure gauge (42).
Warning to the user!
Do not remove or adjust any component part of
this unvented water heater: Contact the installer.
■■ Open the valve.
■■ Check that water flows through the valve.
■■ Close the valve again.
Warning to the user!
■■ The heating system may need to be refilled after
checking the pressure relief valve (52), see the section
“Commissioning and adjustment” – “Filling the heating system”.
If this unvented water heater develops a fault,
such as a flow of hot water from the discharge
pipe, switch the heater off and contact the
installer.
Service
Contact the main contractor when a service is necessary.
You must then state the serial number (103) 14 digits.
Note to the installer!
Please ensure that the manual is left with the
householder when installation is complete
Warning to the installer!
If immersion heaters are installed, please ensure
that therminal cut-out are also installed
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User guide
Dealing with malfunctions
In the event of malfunction or operating disturbances first
check the points below:
Switch position “
”
Gammal version
2
Low temperature or a lack of hot water
■■ Air in boiler or system.
1
3
bar
■■ Large amounts of hot water were used.
■■ Circuit or main MCB tripped.
0
4
■■ Possible earth circuit-breaker tripped.
■■ Switch (8) set to “0”.
■■ Tripped Miniature circuit-breaker (7) or Fine-wire fuse
(33). See “Dealing with malfunctions” – “Resetting the
miniature circuit breakers”.
K
LE
K
LE
K
LE
■■ Tripped temperature limiter (6). (Contact service)
■■ Closed or throttled filler valve (46) to the heater.
LEK
put.
LEK
■■ External control may have blocked the electrical out■■ Incorrectly set values for hot water production.
High hot water temperature
K
LE
The adjustment
screw
■■ Incorrectly set values for hot water production.
Low room temperature
■■ Air in boiler or system.
In mode ”
” the boiler’s electronic controls are disconnected, the display window is not lit.
■■ Circuit or main MCB tripped.
■■ Possible earth circuit-breaker tripped.
■■ Tripped Miniature circuit-breaker (7) or Fine-wire fuse
(33). See “Dealing with malfunctions” – “Resetting the
miniature circuit breakers”.
■■ Tripped temperature limiter (6). (Contact service)
■■ Automatic heating control system settings not correct.
■■ 24 hour setting incorrectly set so that night reduction is
active during the day.
■■ Circulation pump (16) stopped. See the section
LEK
“Dealing with malfunctions” – “Starting the pump”.
■■ Close valves (44) and (50) in the radiator circuits.
T he immersion heater is controlled by a separate thermostat. Available output in standby mode is 4 kW.
The automatic heating control system is not operational,
so manual shunt operation is required. This is done by
turning the adjustment screw to “manual mode” and then
turning the shunt knob to the desired position.
Max temperature of standby mode thermostat must be set
with regard to the heating system’s max permitted operating temperature, in connection with installation.
The circulation pump (16) and charge pump (40) are in
continuous operation.
■■ Initial pressure in expansion vessel too low. This is
indicated by low pressure on the pressure gauge (42).
Contact the installer.
■■ External control may have blocked the electrical out-
put.
High room temperature
NOTE!
When returning to normal mode do not
forget to reset the shunt knob to its original position by turning the adjustment
screw to “A”.
■■ Incorrect values set on the automatic heating control
system.
If the operating disturbance cannot be rectified by means
of the above an installation engineer should be called.
If necessary set the switch to”
”. See the section,
“Switch position “
”.
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User guide
Dealing with malfunctions
Alarm/alarm outputs
Other information can also be shown on the display besides the standard information. This applies with malfunctions or for calls to take action. This type of information is
only shown in menu 1.0 (The display always automatically
returns to menu 1.0 approximately 30 minutes after the
last button was pressed). This information alternates with
menu 1.0’s standard information. At the same time the
display’s background lighting flashes.
The following information can be shown:
Supply
Max 2A/250 VAC
Alarm output
In the event of an alarm the relay contact closes
L o w fluid temp.
1.0
LOW PRESSURE
This information is shown when the low pressure switch
in FIGHTER 2005 has tripped. This may be due to a frozen
evaporator or reduced air flow through the evaporator.
Indicated as 05 in channel 00 on FIGHTER 2005.
The information disappears when the pressostat is reset
and FIGHTER 2005 has been restarted. VVM 300 switches
to reduced boiler mode*.
H igh P ressure
1.0
HIGH PRESSURE
This information is shown when the high pressure switch
in FIGHTER 2005 has tripped. This may be due to too low
charge flow or air in the system. Indicated as 06 in channel
00 on FIGHTER 2005.
The information disappears when the pressostat is reset
and FIGHTER 2005 has been restarted. VVM 300 switches
to reduced boiler mode*.
M otor S ecurity
1.0
MOTOR SECURITY
4
This information is shown when the motor protection
in FIGHTER 2005 has tripped. The alarm may be due to
dropped phase because of tripped fuses or incorrectly
set motor protection. Indicated as 07 in channel 00 on
FIGHTER 2005.
The information disappears when the fault is remedied
and FIGHTER 2005 has been restarted. VVM 300 switches
to reduced boiler mode*.
* Means that the compressor is blocked and the flow temperature is forced to the set minimum temperature in (menu 2.3).
Press the operating mode button twice to shift to normal boiler mode.
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User guide
Dealing with malfunctions
1.0
1.0
sensor alarm
COMM ALARM
SENSOR ALARM
COMM ALARM
This information is shown when a temperature sensor in
FIGHTER 2005 stops working. This may be due to an opencircuit or incorrect installation. Indicated as 08 in channel
00 on FIGHTER 2005.
Error text is displayed when contact between VVM 300
and FIGHTER 2005 is lost. This may be due to a wiring
short-circuit or lost power to FIGHTER 2005. The information disappears when both VVM 300 and FIGHTER 2005
have been restarted.
The information disappears when the cause is remedied
and FIGHTER 2005 has been restarted. VVM 300 switches
to reduced boiler mode*.
NOTE! VVM 300 must be powered within 5 minutes after
FIGHTER 2005 restarts and communication between the
products is resumed. VVM 300 switches to reduced boiler
mode*.
replaced sensor
1.0
REPLACED SENSOR
This information is displayed when sensors in FIGHTER
2005 are incorrectly installed. Indicated as 12 in channel
00 on FIGHTER 2005.
The information disappears when the cause is remedied
and FIGHTER 2005 has been restarted. VVM 300 switches
to reduced boiler mode*.
* Means that the compressor is blocked and the flow temperature is forced to the set minimum temperature in (menu 2.3).
Press the operating mode button twice to shift to normal boiler mode.
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User guide
Dealing with malfunctions
TB-LARM
1.0
TB-LARM
Shown when any temperature limiter has tripped. The
cause of the fault may be that VVM 300 has been started
without the boiler section being filled with water. The
temperature limiter may have tripped during transportation of VVM 300, . To reset, see ”Electrical connection
– Resetting the temperature limiter”. The information
disappears when the fault is remedied and VVM 300 has
been restarted.
SENSOR ALARM HW
1.0
SENSOR ALARM HW
This information is shown when a fault on the hot water
temperature sensor has been registered. The alarm may be
due to faulty sensors or a broken sensor cable. The information disappears when the fault is remedied and VVM
300 has been restarted.
SENSOR ALARM HM
1.0
SENSOR ALARM HM
This information is shown when a fault on the flow temperature sensor has been registered. The alarm may be
due to faulty sensors or a broken sensor cable. The information disappears when the fault is remedied and VVM
300 has been restarted.
SENSOR ALARM IH
1.0
SENSOR ALARM IH
This information is shown when a fault on the immersion
heater temperature sensor has been registered. The alarm
may be due to faulty sensors or a broken sensor cable. The
information disappears when the fault is remedied and
VVM 300 has been restarted.
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User guide
3
Dealing with malfunctions
4
Resetting the temperature limiter
Resetting the miniature circuit breakers
The temperature limiter (6) is accessible from behind the
centre front cover and is positioned under the inner protective cover.
The MCB (7) is accessible behind the upper front access
panel and is located to the right of the panel.
Normal mode of the miniature circuit-breaker is “1” (up).
The temperature limiter is reset by firmly pressing in its
button. The button can be accessed from the underside
of the distribution box. The cover on the distribution box
does not need to be removed when resetting.
Gammal version
6
Art.nr. 611???
External heat shut off valve
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If the temperature in the water heater rises too high, the
temperature limiter (6) trips and closes the shut off valve
(166).
Helping the circulation pump to start
■■ Switch VVM 300 off by setting the switch (8) to ”0”.
■■ Remove the lower front cover.
■■ Loosen the venting screw with aLuftningsskruv
screwdriver. Hold a
IP 44
TF 110
Class H
Max. 10bar
cloth around the screwdriver blade as a certain amount
of hot water may run out.
G RU N DFOS
P/N:59526447
PC;0017NIB
■■ Insert a screwdriver and turn the pump rotor.
1m(A) P,(W)
0.20 45
0.30 65
0.40 90
Type UPS 25 - 60
230V50Hz
2.5uF
130
■■ Screw in the venting screw.
LEK
■■ Start VVM 300 and check whether the circulation
pump runs.
It is usually easier to start the circulation pump with VVM
16
300 running, switch (8) set to
“1”. If helping the circulation pump to start is performed with VVM 300 running, be
prepared for the screwdriver to jerk when the pump starts.
DE
Luftningsskruv
Venting
screw
Entlüfterschraube
G RU N DFOS
16
1m(A) P,(W)
0.20 45
0.30 65
0.40 90
LEK
Type UPS 25 - 60
230V50Hz
2.5uF
130
IP 44
TF 110
Class H
Max. 10bar
P/N:59526447
PC;0017NIB
IP 44
TF 110
Class H
Max. 10bar
1m(A) P,(W)
0.20 45
0.30 65
0.40 90
Type UPS 25 - 60
230V50Hz
2.5uF
130
G RU N DFOS
P/N:59526447
PC;0017NIB
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16
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Venting screw
Installation
General information for the installer
General information for the installer
2
1
bar
3
Transport and storage
Electric boiler mode
VVM 300 must be transported and stored upright and dry.
The VVM 300 may, however, be carefully laid on its back
when being moved into a building.
VVM 300 can be set in electric boiler mode from here. This
mode means the heat pump is blocked, but all other components function as normal. This mode can be activated
if a fault is discovered with the heat pump or if the heat
pump is not installed. Summer mode cannot be activated
in electric boiler mode.
0
Maximum boiler and radiator volumes
The volume of the expansion
vessel (85) is 12 litres and it is
pressurised as standard to 0.5
bar (0.05 MPa). As a result, the
maximum permitted height “H”
between the vessel and the
highest radiator is 5 metres; see
figure.
4
Two different operating modes are possible.
Art.nr. 611???
Option 1. Electric boiler operation
■■ Select “Service” in menu 8.1.1.
NOTE!
H
If FIGHTER 2005 is not docked, the charge
pump (40) will suffer damage when running.
If the standard initial pressure in
the pressure vessel is not high
enough it can be increased by
adding air via the valve in the
expansion vessel. The initial
pressure of the expansion vessel
must be stated in the inspection document.
■■ Select “Off” in menu 9.3.12 directly after start up
to prevent the charge pump from running.
■■ Select “0” in menu 9.1.2.
■■ Select “Yes” in menu 9.3.2.
Any change in the initial pressure affects the ability of the
expansion vessel to handle the expansion of the water.
The maximum system volume excluding the boiler at 80 °C
is 140 litres at the above initial pressure.
Erecting the heat pump
It is recommended to install the electric boiler in a room
with existing floor drainage, most suitably in utility room
and boiler room.
The unit can be aligned using the adjustable feet.
Route pipes so they are not fixed to an internal wall that
backs on to a bedroom or living room.
Inspection of the installation
Option 2. Standby mode “
”
Note! The charge pump (40) will run continuously in
this mode.
If the outdoor sensor is not connected, this mode should
”, electronic control is disconbe used. In mode ”
nected. The display is off.
The automatic heating control system is not operational,
so manual shunt operation is required. This is done by
turning the adjustment screw to “manual mode” and then
turning the shunt knob to the desired position.
The immersion heater output is limited to 4 kW and the
circulation pump (16) and charge pump (40) operate continuously.
The adjustment screw
Current regulations require the heating installation to be
inspected before it is commissioned. The inspection must
be carried out by a suitably qualified person and should
be documented. The above applies to installations with a
closed expansion vessel. If the electric boiler or the expansion vessel is replaced, the installation must be inspected
again.
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Hard water areas
K
Normally it is no problem to install VVM in hard water areas since the normal working temperature is 60 °C.
40
16
NOTE!
When returning to normal mode do not
forget to reset the shunt knob to its original position by turning the adjustment
screw to “A”.
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Installation
Pipe connections
Pipe connections
General
Pipe installation must be carried out in accordance with
current norms and directives.
NOTE! When the circulation pump is running, the flow
in the radiator circuit must not be completely stopped. In
other words, in a system where the radiator flow might
stop because all thermostat valves are closed, there must
be a bypass valve to protect the circulation pump.
Total volume is 280 litres with 155 litres in the hot water
heater and 125 litres in the double jacketed space.
2
1
The pressure vessel in VVM 300 is designed for max 6.0
bar (0.6 MPa) in the heater (secondary) and 2.5 bar (0.25
MPa) in the double jacket space (primary).
0
bar
3
4
An overflow pipe should be routed from the overflow cup
(99) to an appropriate drain. The dimension of the overflow pipe must be the same as the waste water pipe, Ø 32
(98) and be routed downwards to prevent water pockets
and to be frost proof. The outlet of the overflow pipe
should be visible. See applicable norms.
NOTE!
The pipe work must be flushed before the
electric boiler is connected, so that any
contaminants do not damage the
components parts.
Pipe connection of the heating system (primary)
Pipe connection for VVM 300 is carried out as follows.
Connect flow line, radiator circuit (70) and return line, radiator circuit (71) to the heating system.
If FIGHTER 2005 is not to be connected (75) and (76) must
be plugged.
52
75
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99
76
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51
80
70
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Installation
Pipe connections
Pipe connection of the water heater
Discharge pipes from tundishes shall have an vertical section of pipe at least 300 mm long, before any elbows or
bends in the pipework. See following picture.
Warning to the installer!
This installation is subject to building regulation approval, notify the local Authority of
intention to install.
Copper inserts should be fitted when a plastic pipe or annealed copper pipe is used.
A discharge pipe must be routed from the expansion- and
T&P valve to a suitable drain. The size of the discharge pipe
must be the same as on the expansion valve. The discharge
pipe must be routed downwards to prevent water pockets
and must be frost proof. The outlet of the discharge pipe
should be visible and clearly away from any electrical components.
Warning to the installer!
Use only manufacturer’s recommended replacement parts.
Metal discharge pipe from
temperature relief value to tundish.
Safety device
(e.g. temperature
relief valve).
500 mm maximum
Tundish
300 mm
minimum
Discharge below
fixed grating.
Metal discharge pipe from tundish,
with continous fall.
Fixed grating
Trapped gulley
Possible wall
Note! The connection of the T&P-valve should not be used
for any other purpose.
Note! No valve should be fitted between the expansion
valve and the storage cylinder.
Table sizing of copper discharge pipe for common
temperature relief valve outlet sizes
Valve outlet size
Minimum size of
discharge pipe
Minimum size of
discharge pipe from
tundish
Maximum resistance
allowed, expressed as a length of
straight pipe (i.e. no
elbows or bends)
Resistance created
by each elbow or
bend
G1 / 2
15 mm
22 mm
up to 9 m
0,8 m
G1 / 2
15 mm
28 mm
up to 18 m
1,0 m
G1 / 2
15 mm
35 mm
up to 27 m
1,4 m
G3 / 4
22 mm
28 mm
up to 9 m
1,0 m
G3 / 4
22 mm
35 mm
up to 18 m
1,4 m
G3 / 4
22 mm
42 mm
up to 27 m
1,7 m
G1
28 mm
35 mm
up to 9 m
1,4 m
G1
28 mm
42 mm
up to 18 m
1,7 m
G1
28 mm
54 mm
up to 27 m
2,3 m
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Installation
Pipe connections
Docking
The safety equipment must be installed in accordance with
current regulations for all docking options. See www.nibe.
com/docking for more docking options.
VVM 300 docked to FIGHTER 2005
145
106
RC
165
148
108
15
UG
FIGHTER
2005
FIGHTER 2020
SÄV
166
SF
AV
TV
VVM 300
VVM 300 controls FIGHTER 2005, which runs with floating
condensation towards the heating system.
If FIGHTER 2005 cannot meet the heating requirement,
additional heat is shunted in from VVM 300. When the
outside temperature drops below the set stop temperature
VVM 300 engages and takes over the heating.
Explanation
AV Shut-off valve
RC Control valve
SF Particle filter (Included in FIGHTER 2005)
SÄV Safety valve
Enclosed with the product:
15 Outside sensor
106 Expansion vessel
108 Tundish
145 Temperature and pressure relief valve
148 Pressure reduction valve
165 Cold water inlet and expansion valve, water heater
166Shut off valve (can be mounted in the casing bottom)
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Installation
Pipe connections
86
Pipe connection between VVM 300 and
71
FIGHTER 2005
Capacity diagram, heating medium pump
Max
flow: 1700 l/h
Max flöde: 1700 l/h
2
1
bar
3
Heat medium from FIGHTER 2005 (VB-out) connected to
(75), charge connection from FIGHTER 2005 on VVM 300.
The
103 electrical shut off valve (166) can be mounted in the
casing bottom. Heat medium to FIGHTER 2005 (VB-in)
connected to (76), charge connection to FIGHTER 2005
on VVM 300. Requisite safety equipment connected to
15 Dold!
FIGHTER 2005 and VVM 300, see section,
docking. If
FIGHTER 2005 is not to be connected, (75) and (76) must
be plugged and charge pump (40) disabled. See the section “General information for the installer” – “Electric
boiler mode”.
4
kPa
70
60
Tillgängligt
tryck, kPa
Available
pressure,
kPa
0
LEK
50
40
30
20
10
0
Flow
Flöde
0
200
0
400
600
0,1
800
1000
0,2
1200
1400
0,3
1600
0,4
1800
2000
0,5
l/h
l/s
: Fighter 2010-4/8kW
: 089261
Capacity diagram, charge pump
Tillgänglig pumpkapacitet
(pannans interntryckfall fråndraget)
Heating medium
from FIGHTER 2005
(VB-out)
Internt tryckfall
kPa i panna
(inklusive armatur)
70
Pumpkapacitet
Tillgängligt
tryck, kPa
kPa
Available
pressure,
60
Heating medium
to FIGHTER 2005
(VB-in)
Höchstmenge:1700 l/h
kPa
70
Vorhandener Druck, kPa
60
FIGHTER 2005
90%
70%
40
P
Höchstmenge:1700 l/h
mWs
60
30
50%
50
5
20
40
6
30%
4
30
40
200
30
10
01
20
0
0
3
0
40
0
0
200
400
0,1
600
800
0,2
1000
0,3
1200
1400
0,4
1600
1800
2000 l/h
0,5
l/s
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4
30
3
20
2
10
1
0
0
2
0
3
2
1
0
0
500
1000 1500 20
0,1 0,2 0,3 0,4 0,5
Available pump capacity
Flöde
Flow
(less
the internal pressure drop
1
200
400
0,1
0
Menge
2
5
LEK
0
75
3
50
10%
50
Max flow: 1700 l/h
6
100%
50
10
10
P
m
500
600
800
1000
0,2
1200
0,3
1000 1500 2000
0,1 0,2 0,3 0,4 0,5
l/s
Zugängliche Pumpenkapazität
(interner Heizdruckverlust abgezogen)
Interner Druckverlust in der Heizung
(einschließlich Armatur)
1400 1600Internal
l/h pressure drop in boiler
0,4
(including fittings)
l/s
Installation
Pipe connections
Service
Draining the heating system
Emptying the hot water heater
The hot water can be drained off through drain valve (51)
using an R15 (1/2") hose coupling. Remove the cover (80)
from the valve. Now screw on the hose coupling and open
valve (51).
Emptying the water heater takes place through the siphon
in the cold water connection (73). The hot water tap in
the system can be opened and a pipe coupling on the hot
water side can be loosened to provide an air supply.
Open safety valve (52) to let air into the system.
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Installation
Service
Electrical connections
NOTE!
Connection
VVM 300 must be installed via an isolator switch with a
minimum breaking gap of 3 mm. Other electrical equipment, except the outdoor sensor, the current sensors and
the electrical shut off valve (166), are connected at the
factory.
Disconnect the electric boiler before insulation testing the
house wiring.
Reset the temperature limiter, it may have
tripped during transportation.
The automatic heating control system, circulation pump
(16), charge pump (40) and its cabling, are internally fuse
protected with a miniature circuit breaker (7).
NOTE!
Electrical installation and service must
be carried out under the supervision of a
qualified electrician. Electrical installation
and wiring must be carried out in accordance with the stipulations in force.
VVM
VVM 300
300
NOTE!
The switch (8) must not be moved from
“1” or “
” until the boiler has been
filled with water. Otherwise the temperature limiter, thermostat, compressor and
the immersion heater can be damaged.
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The electric boiler is connected by the protruding cable via
circuit breaker. Connection must not be carried out without the permission of the electricity supplier and under the
supervision of a qualified electrician. The cable entry conduit is dimensioned for cable with a max Ø 19 mm.
The power is controlled via a contactor which is operated
by a microprocessor.
The temperature limiter (6) cuts off the supply to the immersion heater if the temperature rises to between 90 and
100°C; it can be manually reset by pressing the button on
the temperature limiter.
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Installation
Electrical connections
2
1
0
3
4
Access to the lower electrical connections
Remove the upper and lower front cover. Open the centre
front cover by removing the four screws. The load monitor card (2) and CPU card (34) can now be accessed on the
left-hand side. Remove the protection plate by loosening
the four screws to gain access to the right-hand side.
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2
34
NOTE!
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Work behind covers secured by screws may
only be carried out under the supervision
of a qualified installation engineer.
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Installation
Electrical connections
90
33 102
17
3
95
2
70
1
0
Modular cable between VVM 300 and
FIGHTER 2005
3
bar
4
86
71
For communication between VVM 300 and FIGHTER
2005, use the supplied 15 m modular cable. The modular cable is connected between VVM 300 terminal (4) and
FIGHTER 2005 position (44), see relevant Installation and
Maintenance instructions. The routing of the modular
cable in FIGHTER 2005 should be made out through the
cable glands on the heat pump's left-hand side, seen from
the back. The routing of the modular cable in VVM 300
should be made through the HP pipe, Ø 25, to the left and
down to the left-hand front edge.
103
LEK
15 Dold!
Art.nr. 611???
NOTE! To prevent interference, sensor cables and communication cables must be separated (min 20 cm) from high
voltage cable when cable routing.
LEK
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VVM 300
FIGHTER 2005 backside
4
44
2
34
34
FIGHTER 2005
VVM 300
VVM 300
FIGHTER 2005
44
4
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Installation
Electrical connections
2
1
0
bar
3
4
Power rating as set at the factory
Max phase current
The immersion heater has a total maximum output of
6.0 kW. The power rating as set at the factory is 6.0 kW,
which corresponds to position D on the knob (101) on the
load monitor card (2).
Immersion heater, output (kW)
Knob position
Resetting the temperature limiter
The temperature limiter (6) is accessible from behind the
centre front cover and is positioned under the inner protective cover.
Art.nr. 611???
Max load phase
(A)
2.0
A
9.2
4.0
B
17.9
6.0
C
26.6
The setting of the different maximum immersion heater
outputs is done using the knob (101) on the load monitor
card (2). Set value displayed in menu 8.3.2.
The temperature limiter is reset by firmly pressing in its
button. The button can be accessed from the underside
of the distribution box. The cover on the distribution box
does not need to be removed when resetting.
2
101
102
Connecting the outside sensor
Install the outside sensor in the shade on a wall facing
north or north-west, so it is unaffected by the morning
sun. The sensor is connected with a two-wire cable to
terminal block (14) positions 1 and 2, on the load monitor
card (2).
6
If a conduit is used it must be sealed to prevent condensation in the sensor capsule.
The minimum cable cross section should be 0.4 mm2 up to
lengths of 50 metres, for example, EKKX or LiYY.
NOTE!
NOTE! To prevent interference, sensor cables and communication cables must be separated (min 20 cm) from high
voltage cable when cable routing.
Work behind covers secured by screws may
only be carried out under the supervision
of a qualified installation engineer.
Max boiler temperature
Knob position
55
A
60
B
65
C
70
D
75
E
K
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Boiler temperature
F
The setting of the different maximum boiler temperatures
is done using the knob (102) on the load monitor card (2).
Set value displayed in menu 9.3.1.
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Installation
Electrical connections
Centralised load control/Tariff
In those cases centralised load control or tariff control is
used this can be connected to the terminal block (14) on
the load monitor card (2), which is positioned behind the
centre front cover.
Tariff A: To limit the electrical output to half of what is set
with max electrical output knob (101), connect a potential
free contact between 5 and 7 on the terminal block (14).
A
Art.nr. 611???
B
C
Tariff B: When the complete electrical output is to be disconnected, a potential free contact is connected between
6 and 7 on terminal block (14).
Tariff C: When the complete electrical output together
with the heat pump is to be disconnected, a potential free
contact is connected between 12 and 13 on terminal block
(14).
A closed contact results in the electrical output being disconnected.
14
12
101
Connection of electrical shut off valve
The electrical shut off valve is connected to terminal block
(12) positions 3 and 6.
Shut off valve
1 2 2 3 4 5 5 6 6
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Installation
Electrical connections
External contacts
Contact for changing the room temperature
Room sensor
An external contact function can be connected to SMO 10
to change the supply temperature and in doing so change
the room temperature, for example, a room thermostat or
a timer. The contact should be potential free and is connected to terminals 3 and 4 on terminal block (14) on the
EBV card (2) and/or terminals 14 and 15 for heating system
2.
A room sensor, type RG 05, can be connected to SMO 10
between pos 3 and 4 on terminal block X4 on the EBV
card. SMO 10 compensates, by increasing or reducing the
calculated supply temperature, to maintain the room temperature.
When contact is made, the supply temperature increases
or decreases. The value for the change is set on menu 2.5,
External adjustment (3.5 for heating system 2). The value is
adjustable between -10 and +10. One step corresponds to
one offset step of the heat curve.
The room sensor is activated under menu 9.3.5. When
activated, menu 6.0 can be accessed and required settings
made in its sub-menus.
Contact for activation of “Extra hot water”
An external contact function can be connected to VVM
300 for activation of the “Temporary extra hot water”
function.
The contact should be potential free and non-locking and
is connected via the edge board connector between positions 1 and 2 down on the lower part of the left connection row on the load monitor card (2).
When the contact makes for at least one second, the
“Temporary Extra hot water” function is activated. An automatic return to the previously set function occurs after 3
hours.
Room
thermoRumstermostat
stat system 2
X4
3 4
Rumsgivare
Room
thermoRumstermostat
stat system 1
Rumsgivare
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Installation
Commissioning and adjusting
Commissioning and adjusting
Preparations
42
Check that the switch (8) is set to “0”.
8
Check that valves (44) and (50) are fully open and that the
temperature limiter (6) has not tripped (press the button
firmly).
Filling the heating system
■■ Docking suggestion is shown on page 16.
■■ Connect a flexible hose to (80) and open the shut off
valve (AV).
■■ Open the filling valve (51). The boiler part of the heat
2
1
0
pump and the radiator system can now be filled with
water.
bar
3
4
■■ After a while the pressure gauge (42) will show rising
pressure. When the pressure reaches 2.5 bar, a mixture
of air and water starts to emerge from the safety valve
(52). The filling valve is then closed (51).
■■ Turn the safety valve (52) until the boiler pressure
reaches the normal working range (0.5 - 1.5 bar).
Venting the heating system
NOTE! The pipe from the tank/double jacket must be
drained of water before air can be released. This means
that the system is not necessarily bled despite the flow of
water when the safety valve (52) is opened for the first
time.
■■ Bleed VVM 300 through the safety valve (52) and the
rest of the heating system through the relevant venting
valves.
■■ Keep topping up and venting until all air has been re-
moved and the pressure is correct.
Filling the water heater
The water heater is filled by first opening a hot water tap
in the system and then opening the cut-off valve on the
incoming cold water. This valve should then be fully open
during operations. When only water comes out of the hot
water tap (initially an air-water mixture comes out of the
tap) can the tap be shut off and the water heater is filled.
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Installation
Commissioning and adjusting
Commissioning FIGHTER 2005 and VVM 300
Commissioning VVM 300 without FIGHTER
2005
FIGHTER 2005
1. Follow the instructions in FIGHTER 2005 Installation
and Maintenance under section ”Commissioning and
adjustment” – ”Start-up and inspection”.
1. Turn the isolator switch for VVM 300 on and check
that the miniature circuit breaker is on.
2. Select “Service” in menu 8.1.1.
2. Select “2” in channel 13 in FIGHTER 2005.
3. Select “Off” in menu 9.3.12.
3. Check that the value is ”1” in channel 20 in FIGHTER
2005.
4. Set the date and time in menu 7.1 and 7.2.
5. Select “Yes” in menu 9.3.2.
4. Restart the FIGHTER 2005.
6. Select “0” in menu 9.1.2.
5. Check that the modular cable is connected.
7. Set the fuse size on knob (100). Check the value in
menu 8.3.1.
VVM 300
8. Set the max immersion heater output on knob (101).
Check the value in menu 8.3.2.
1. Turn the isolator switch for VVM 300 on and check
that the miniature circuit breaker is on.
2. Check that the modular cable between FIGHTER 2005
and VVM 300 is connected.
9. Select the “Auto” operating mode using the operating
mode button.
10.Select heat curve in menu 2.1.
3. Set the switch (8) to 1.
Readjustment
4. Set the date and time in menu 7.1 and 7.2
Air is initially released from the hot water and venting
may be necessary. If bubbling sounds can be heard from
the heat pump, the entire system requires further venting. NOTE! Safety valve (52) also acts as a manual venting
valve. Operate it with care, since it opens quickly. When
the system is stable (correct pressure and all air eliminated)
the automatic heating control system can be set as required. See the section “Room temperature” –“ Default
settings” and “Front panel”.
5. Select “Service” in menu 8.1.1
6. Set the fuse size on knob (100). Check the value in
menu 8.3.1.
7. Set the max immersion heater output on knob (101).
Check the value in menu 8.3.2.
8. Set the heating medium pump to position 1.
9. Select operating mode ”Auto” using the operating
mode button and set parallel offset changes to -10.
10.The heat pump starts in hot water production.
NOTE!
11.Select the desired heat curve in menu 2.1, and reset
parallel offset.
When VVM 300 is started, shut off valve
(166) is opened. This can lead to further
venting/filling of the system.
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Miscellaneous
Control
Control
I II III
SMO10
General
Key lock
The menu tree shows all the menus. Three different menu
types can be chosen.
Normal, covers the normal user's needs.
N
A B
A B U
A B
Extended, shows all menus except the service menus.
S ervice, shows all menus, returns to normal 30 minutes after the last button was pressed.
S
To quickly return to the main menu from sub-menus press
the lower button on the left hand side.
and the enter button are used to scroll through the menu
system as well as to change the set value in some menus.
The Plus button is used to move forward to
the next menu on the current menu level
and to increase the value of the parameter in
menus where this is possible.
T he Minus button is used to move back to
the previous menu on the current menu level
and to decrease the value of the parameter
in menus where this is possible.
T he Enter button is used to select submenus
of the current menu, to permit parameters
to be changed and confirm any changes to
parameters. When the menu number ends
with a zero this indicates there is a submenu.
Value of the current parameter
A B
A B
54.1°C
Hotwatertemp.
1.0
13.43
Menu name
Menu number
28
50.0 °C
Quick movement
13.43
Information is presented on the display about the status of
13.43
the heat pump and the electric boiler. Menu 1.0 is normally
13.43
shown on the display screen. The plus and minus buttons
A B I II III
AB
V a r m by
v a simultattentemp.
A key lock can be activated in the main menus
1.0
neously pressing the Plus and the Minus buttons.
The key
symbol will then be shown on the display. The same procedure is used to deactivate the key lock.
Changing of menu type is done from menu 8.1.1
Symbols
AB
Clock
Key lock
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Miscellaneous
Control
Changing parameters
8.0
Other adjustments
Changing a parameter (value)
■■ Access the required menu.
■■ Press the enter button, the numerical value starts to
8.1.0
Display settings
8.1.1
Menu type
...
8.1.2
Language
flash
■■ Increase or decrease the value with the Plus/Minus but-
tons.
8.1.3
Display contrast
■■ Confirm by pressing the enter button.
■■ Menu 1.0 is automatically displayed again 30 minutes
...
8.1.4
Light intensity
after the last button press.
Example
...
Changing the Menu type, menu 8.1.1.
8.1.5
Return
8.5
Return
■■ The starting point is menu 1.0.
■■ Press the plus or minus button several times until the
menu displays 8.0.
■■ Press the enter button to access menu 8.1.0.
■■ Press the enter button to access menu 8.1.1.
■■ Press the enter button to allow the value to be
changed.
■■ The value now flashes. Change the value by pressing
the plus or minus buttons.
■■ Confirm the selected value by pressing the enter but-
ton and the value stops flashing.
■■ Press the minus button to move to menu 8.1.5.
■■ Press the enter button to return to menu 8.1.0.
■■ Press the plus button 3 times to access menu 8.4.
■■ Press the enter button to return to menu 8.0.
■■ Press the plus or minus button several times to access
menu 1.0.
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Miscellaneous
Control
Brauchwassertemp
1.0
13.43
Hotwatertemperature
1.0
13.43
Varmtvandstemp.
13.43
1.0
N
U
1.0
Hot water temp.
2.0
Supply temp.
3.0
Supply temp. 2*
1.1
Start temperature HW
2.1
Heat curve
3.1
Heat curve 2
1.2
Stop temperature HW
2.2
Offset heating curve
3.2
Offset heat curve 2
1.3
Stop temp. XHW
2.3
Min supply temp.
3.3
Min. supply temp. 2
1.4
Interval XHW
2.4
Max supply temp.
3.4
Max. supply temp. 2
1.5
Next XHW action
2.5
External adjustment
3.5
External adjustment2
1.6
HW run time
3.6.0
Own heat curve 2
3.6.1
Supply temp.at +20ºC
1.7
Return
3.7
Return temperature 2
3.6.2
Supply temp.at -20ºC
3.8
Return
3.6.3
Buckling temperature
2.6.0
Own heat curve
2.6.1
Supply temp.at +20ºC
3.6.4
Supply t. at buckl.
2.7
Return temperature
2.6.2
Supply temp.at-20ºC
3.6.5
Return
2.8
Degree minutes
2.6.3
Set temperature
2.9
Return
2.6.4
Flow temp. at set
2.6.5
Return
N
Normal, covers the normal user's needs.
U
Extended, shows all menus except the service menus.
Service, shows all menus, returns to normal 30 minutes after the last button was
pressed.
S
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* Accessory ESV 20 and activation i menu 9.3.3 required.
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Control
Brauchwassertemp
1.0
13.43
Hotwatertemperature
1.0
13.43
Varmtvandstemp.
13.43
1.0
4.0
Outdoor temp.
5.0
Heat pump
6.0
Room temperature*
4.1
Outdoor avg. temp.
5.2
Heat pump op. mode #
6.1
Room adjustment
4.2
Return
5.3
Heat pump status #
6.2
Roomtemp. setpoint
5.4
Minutes to start #
6.3
Shunt system
5.6
Starts count B
6.3
Return
5.8
Acc. run time B
#
#
5.9
Outdoor temp.
5.10
Evapor. temp.
#
#
5.11
Suction gas temp #
5.12
Liquid temperature #
5.13
Hotgas temperature #
5.14
Return temperature #
5.15
Diff. Supply/return
5.16
Start defrosting #
5.17
Return
* Accessory RG 10 and activation i menu 9.3.5 required.
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tyska
Miscellaneous
Control
Brauchwassertemp
1.0
13.43
Hotwatertemperature
13.43
1.0
Varmtvandstemp.
13.43
1.0
7.0
Clock
8.0
Other adjustments
7.1
Date
8.1.0
Display settings
8.1.1
Menu type
7.2
Time
7.3.0
Temp set back
8.1.2
Language
7.3.1
Set back time
8.1.3
Display contrast
7.3.2
Set back temp +/-
8.1.4
Light intensity
7.3.3
Shunt system
8.2.0
Auto mode settings
8.2.3
Return
7.4.1
XHW Monday
7.4.2
XHW Tuesday
7.4.3
XHW Wednesday
7.4.4
XHW Thursday
8.3.0
Current limiter*
8.4.0
Pool settings
8.4.2
Pool temperature
8.4.3
Pool start temp.
7.4.6
XHW Saturday
8.4.4
Pool stop temp.
7.4.7
XHW Sunday
8.4.5
Return
7.4.8
Return
7.6
Return
7.5.1
Vacation begins
7.5.2
Vacation ends
8.3.1
Fuse size*
8.4.1
Pool control
7.4.5
XHW Friday
7.5.0
Vacation set back
8.5.0
Period settings
8.5.1
Period time
8.6
Return
8.5.2
Max time for HW
8.5.3
Return
7.5.3
Shunt system
7.5.4
Offset heating curve
7.5.5
HW deactivated
7.5.6
Pool deactivated
7.5.7
Return
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8.1.5
Return
8.2.2
Wintertemp
7.3.4
Return
7.4.0
Extra hot water
8.2.1
Summertemp.
*Menus not used in this application.
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Max. electric power*
8.3.3
Current phase 1*
8.3.4
Current phase 2*
8.3.5
Current phase 3*
8.3.6
Tranform. ratio EBV*
8.3.7
Return
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Miscellaneous
Control
Brauchwassertemp
13.43
1.0
Hotwatertemperature
13.43
1.0
Varmtvandstemp.
13.43
1.0
9.0
Service menus
9.1.0
Heat pump settings
9.1.1
Heat p. start value
9.2.0
Add. heat settings
9.3.0
Operating settings
9.4
Quick start
9.2.1
Start add. heat.
9.2.2
Time factor
9.3.1
Max. boiler temp.
9.2.6
Shunt amplification
9.3.2
Add. heat mode
9.2.7
Shunt amplification2
9.3.3
Shunt 2
9.2.8
Return
9.3.4
Room unit
9.1.3
Start defrost(06)
9.1.4
Stop defrost(07)
9.1.5
Max defrost time(09)
9.1.6
Time betw. defr(10)
9.1.9
Stop Temp.(18)
9.3.5
Room sensor
9.1.10
Time bet. starts(19)
9.3.6
Reset alarm
S
9.1.2
Number of heat pumps
9.1.14
Heat pump stop XHW
9.3.7
Clear alarm log
9.1.15
Max heat p. time XHW
9.3.8.0
Test mode
9.1.16
Return
9.3.9
Factory setting
9.3.10
Operating mode
9.3.11.0
Floor drying setting
9.3.11.1
Floor drying
9.3.12
Return
9.3.11.2
Period time 1
9.3.13
Supply pump settings
9.3.13.1
Min speed
9.3.11.3
Temperat. period 1
9.3.14
Return
9.3.13.2
Max speed
9.3.11.4
Period time 2
9.3.13.3
Default speed
9.3.11.5
Temperat. period 2
9.3.13.4
Desired speed
9.3.11.6
Return
9.5.0
Alarmlog
9.5.1 - 9.5.10
Log 01 – 10
9.6.0
System Info
9.5.11
Return
9.7
Return
9.3.13.5
Return
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Menu explanation
Menu explanation
Main menus
N
5 4 . 1 ° C
N
Hot water temp.
Heat pump
5.0
1 . 0 Menu 1.0 Hot water temp.
Menu 5.0 Heat pump
The current hot water temperature (HWS) in the outer
jacket is shown here. Note that the hot water temperature
at the top of the tank is usually higher.
Readings regarding the heat pump are set on the submenus to this menu.
N
N
6.0
31.7(28.0)°C
Supply temp.
Menu 6.0 Room temperature*
2 . 0 Current room temperature is displayed here. Desired room
temperature is displayed here within brackets.
Menu 2.0 Supply temp.
The current supply temperature (FG1) for the heating system is shown here with the calculated supply temperature
in brackets.
Settings regarding room temperature control can be made
in the sub-menus to this menu.
N
N
Clock
25.7(24.0)°C
7.0
Supply temp. 2
3.0
Menu 3.0 Supply temp. 2*
The current supply temperature (FG2) for the heating system is shown here with the calculated supply temperature
in brackets.
Menu 7.0 Clock
Settings regarding the date and time are made in the submenus of this menu. Different temperature reductions and
increases at selected times are also set from this menu.
This menu is shown first when “On” is selected in menu
9.3.3.
N
21.2 (21.0)°C
Room temperature
1 0 . 3 ° C
N
Other adjustments
8.0
Menu 8.0 Other adjustments
Outdoor temp.
Settings regarding the menu type, language, operating
mode settings and load monitor reading are made in the
sub-menus to this menu.
4.0
Menu 4.0 Outdoor temp.
The current outdoor temperature is shown here. Measured
from outdoor sensor (UG).
S
Service menus
9.0
Menu 9.0 Service menus
This menu and its sub-menus are only shown on the display screen when access has been selected in menu 8.1.1.
N
Normal, covers the normal user's needs.
U
Extended, shows all menus except the service menus.
Service, shows all menus, returns to normal 30 minutes after the last button was
pressed.
S
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Values can be read and various settings can be made from
these sub-menus. NOTE! These settings should only be
made by persons with the necessary expertise.
* Accessories are needed.
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Menu explanation
1.0 Hot water temp.
Menu 1.1 Start temperature HW
The temperature when the heat pump starts to work with
the hot water heater is set here.
The value can be set between 25 and 50 °C. The factory
setting is 45 °C.
Menu 1.2 Stop temperature HW
The temperature when the heat pump/immersion heater
should stop heating the water is set here.
The value can be set between 30 and the set value in
meny 1.3. The factory setting is 50 °C.
Menu 1.3 Stop temp. XHW
The desired stop temperature for extra hot water is set
here.
The value can be set between 40 and 80 °C. The factory
setting is 65 °C.
Menu 1.4 Interval XHW
How often the hot water temperature is increased from
the normal level to the “Extra hot water” level is shown
here.
The value is adjustable between 0 and 90 days. Periodic
Extra hot water is shut-off at value 0. Extra hot water is
started when the value is confirmed. The factory setting is
14 days.
Menu 1.5 Next XHW action
Future increases to the “Extra hot water” level are shown
here.
Menu 1.6 HW run time
How long hot water heating has been in progress is shown
here (accumulated).
Menu 1.7 Return
Return to Menu 1.0.
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Menu explanation
2.0 Supply temp.
Menu 2.1 Heat curve
Menu 2.6.0 Own heat curve
The selected curve slope (heat curve) is selected here. At
value 0, the function “Own curve” is activated, see menu
2.6.0.
The value can be set between curves 0 and 20. The factory
setting is 9.
Here you can select your own heat curve definition. This is
an individual linear curve with one break point. You select
a break point and the associated temperatures.
NOTE! The “Curve slope” in menu 2.1 must be set to 0 to
activate this function.
Menu 2.2 Heating curve offset
Menu 2.6.1 Supply temp.at +20ºC
The selected heating curve offset is shown here. The value
is adjustable between -10 and +10. NOTE! The value is
changed using the “Heating curve offset” knob.
The supply temperature at an outside temperature of +20
is selected here.
The value can be set between 0 and 80 °C. The factory setting is 15 °C.
Menu 2.3 Min supply temp.
The desired minimum level for the supply temperature for
the heating system is selected here.
The calculated flow temperature never drops below the set
level irrespective of the outdoor temperature, curve slope
or offset heating curve.
The value can be set between 10 and 65 °C. The factory
setting is 15 °C.
Menu 2.6.2 Supply temp.at -20ºC
The supply temperature at an outside temperature of -20 is
selected here.
The value can be set between 0 and 80 °C. The factory setting is 35 °C.
Menu 2.6.3 Buckling temperature
Menu 2.4 Max supply temp.
Here you select at what outside temperature the break
point shall occur.
The desired maximum level for the supply temperature for
the heating system is selected here.
The value can be set between -15 and +15 °C. The factory
setting is 0 °C.
The calculated flow temperature never exceeds the set level
irrespective of the outdoor temperature, curve slope or
offset heating curve.
The value can be set between 10 and 80 °C. The factory
setting is 55 °C.
Menu 2.6.4 Supply t. at buckl.
You set the required flow temperature for the break point
here.
The value can be set between curve 0 and 80 °C. The factory setting is 20 °C.
Menu 2.5 External adjustment
Connecting an external contact, see “Electrical connections - External contacts”, for example, a room thermostat
or a timer allows you to temporarily or periodically raise
or lower the supply temperature and with that the room
temperature. When the external contact is made, the heating curve offset is changed by the number of steps shown
here.
The value can be set between -10 and +10. The factory
setting is 0.
Menu 2.6.5 Return
Return to Menu 2.6.
Menu 2.7 Return temperature
The current actual return line temperature from the heating system is shown here.
Menu 2.8 Degree-minutes
Current value for number of degree-minutes. For example,
this value can be changed to accelerate the start of heating
production.
The value can be changed from -700 and downwards.
Menu 2.9 Return
Return to Menu 2.0.
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Menu explanation
3.0 Supply temp. 2*
Menu 3.1 Heat curve 2
Menu 3.6.0 Own heat curve 2
The desired curve slope (heat curve) 2 is selected here. At
value 0 the function “Own curve” is activated, see menu
3.6.0.
The value can be set between curves 0 and 20. The factory
setting is 6.
Here you can select your own heat curve definition. This is
an individual linear curve with one break point. You select
a break point and the associated temperatures.
NOTE! The “Curve slope” in menu 3.1 must be set to 0 to
activate this function.
Menu 3.2 Offset heat curve 2
Menu 3.6.1 Supply temp.at +20ºC
Offset for heat curve 2 is selected here.
The supply temperature at an outside temperature of +20
is selected here.
The value can be set between -10 and +10. The factory
setting is -1.
The value can be set between 0 and 80 °C. The factory setting is 15 °C.
Menu 3.3 Min. supply temp. 2
The desired minimum level for the flow line temperature
for heating system 2 is selected here.
The calculated flow temperature never drops below the set
level irrespective of the outdoor temperature, curve slope
or offset heating curve.
Menu 3.6.2 Supply temp.at -20ºC
The supply temperature at an outside temperature of -20 is
selected here.
The value can be set between 0 and 80 °C. The factory setting is 35 °C.
The value can be set between 10 and 65 °C. The factory
setting is 15 °C.
Menu 3.6.3 Buckling temperature
Menu 3.4 Max supply temp. 2
Here you select at what outside temperature the break
point shall occur.
The desired maximum level for the supply temperature for
heating system 2 is selected here.
The value can be set between -15 and +15 °C. The factory
setting is 0 °C.
The calculated flow temperature never exceeds the set level
irrespective of the outdoor temperature, curve slope or
offset heating curve.
Menu 3.6.4 Supply t. at buckl.
The value can be set between 10 and 80 °C. The factory
setting is 45 °C.
You set the required flow temperature for the break point
here.
The value can be set between curve 0 and 80 °C. The factory setting is 20 °C.
Menu 3.5 External adjustment2
Connecting an external contact, see “Electrical connections - External contacts”, for example, a room thermostat
or a timer allows you to temporarily or periodically raise
or lower the supply temperature and with that the room
temperature. When the external contact is made, the heating curve offset is changed by the number of steps shown
here.
The value can be set between -10 and +10. The factory
setting is 0.
Menu 3.6.5 Return
Return to Menu 3.6.
Menu 3.7 Return temperature 2
The current actual return line temperature from the heating system 2 is shown here.
Menu 3.8 Return
Return to Menu 3.0.
* Requires accessory and activation in menu 9.3.3.
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Menu explanation
4.0 Outdoor temp.
5.0 Heat pump
Menu 4.1 Outdoor avg. temp.
Menu 5.2 Heat pump op. mode
The average outdoor temperature over the last 24 hours.
The operating status of the heat pump is shown here, alternatively which alarm has been activated (corresponds to
channel 00 in the heat pump). In the event of an alarm the
heat pump can be restarted using the enter button.
Menu 4.2 Return
#
Return to Menu 4.0.
Menu 5.3 Heat pump status #
Displays compressor status for the heat pump (corresponds
to channel 27 in the heat pump).
”Waiting” means that the compressor starts as soon as the
time conditions in the heat pump permits.
“Stopped” means the compressor is at a stand still.
”Compr. on” means that the compressor is running.
Menu 5.4 Minutes to start #
Time until compressor start in FIGHTER 2005 is shown in
this menu.
Menu 5.6 Starts count B
#
The accumulated number of starts with the compressor in
FIGHTER 2005 is shown here.
Menu 5.8 Acc. run time B #
The accumulated time that the compressor has been in
operation in FIGHTER 2005 is shown here.
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Menu explanation
6.0 Room temperature*
Menu 5.9 Outdoor temp.
#
Menu 6.1 Room adjustment
This menu shows the outdoor air temperature that the
heat pump measures.
Menu 5.10 Evapor. temp.
The factor that determines how much a deviation between
desired and actual room temperature is to affect the supply
temperature. If the deviation is 1 °C and the factor is 3, the
supply temperature changes by 3 °C.
#
This menu shows the evaporator temperature in the heat
pump.
The factor can be adjusted between 0 and 10 in increments of 0.1. Factory setting is 1.0.
Meny 6.2 Shunt system
Menu 5.11 Suction gas temp #
This menu shows the suction gas temperature in the heat
pump.
Here you select which heating system the room adjustment
should affect. Can be set at ”System 1”, ”System 2”, or
”System 1+2”.
Menu 5.12 Liquid temperature #
Menu 6.3 Roomtemp. setpoint
This menu shows the liquid temperature in the heat pump.
The desired room temperature is set here.
The value can be adjusted between 10.0 and 30.0 °C in
increments of 0.5 °C. Factory setting is 22.0 °C.
Menu 5.13 Hotgas temperature #
This menu shows the hotgas temperature in the heat
pump.
Menu 6.4 Return
Return to Menu 6.0.
Menu 5.14 Return temperature #
This menu shows the return temperature that the heat
pump measures.
Menu 5.15 Diff. Supply/return
Difference (∆T) between the flow line and return line to/
from the heat pump.
Menu 5.16 Start defrosting #
Manual activation of defrosting procedure in the heat
pump.
Menu 5.17 Return
Return to Menu 5.0.
* Requires accessory and activation in menu 9.3.5.
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Menu explanation
7.0 Clock
The current date is set here.
is heating the water for one hour, before extra hot water is
activated.
Menu 7.2 Time
Meny 7.5.1 Vacation begins
Here the current time is set.
Here you select the start date for the vacation set back. The
date is changed by pressing the enter-button. The vacation
set back starts at 12:00 midnight the chosen date.
Menu 7.1 Date
Menu 7.3.0 Temp set back
The same date in menu 7.5.1 and 7.5.2 deactivates the
vacation set back.
Settings, e.g. for night reduction can be selected in the
sub-menus to this menu.
Meny 7.5.2 Vacation ends
Menu 7.3.1 Set back time
The time for the day change, e.g. night reduction is chosen
here.
Here you select the end date for the vacation set back. The
date is changed by pressing the enter-button. The vacation
set back ends at 11:59 p.m. the chosen date.
Menu 7.3.2 Set back temp +/-
The same date in menu 7.5.1 and 7.5.2 deactivates the
vacation set back.
Changes to the flow temperature with a day change, e.g.
night reduction are set here. The value can be adjusted between -10 and +10 steps for offset of the heat curve.
Meny 7.5.3 Shunt system
Here you select which heating system shall be affected by
the vacation set back.
Meny 7.3.3 Shunt system
Here you select which heating system the room adjustment
should affect. Can be set at ”System 1”, ”System 2”, or
”System 1+2”.
Meny 7.5.4 Offset heating curve
Here you select the heating curve offset during the vacation set back. The value can be adjusted between -10 and
+10. The factory setting is -5.
If the selected heating system has a room sensor, the set
back is given in degrees instead.
Menu 7.3.4 Return
Return to menu 7.3.0.
7.5.5 HW deactivated
Menu 7.4.0 Extra hot water
Settings for control of extra hot water can be made in the
sub-menus to this menu.
Menu 7.4.1 – 7.4.7 XHW Monday – Sunday
Here you select the period for respective days when extra
hot water should be activated. Hours and minutes for both
start and stop are shown. Equal values mean that extra hot
water is not activated.
Here you can select wether hot water heating shall be turned off during the vacation set back. Can be set to ”Yes”
or ”No”. The factory setting is ”Yes”.
7.5.6 Pool deactivated
Here you can select wether pool heating shall be turned off
during the vacation set back. Can be set to ”Yes” or ”No”.
The factory setting is ”Yes”.
7.5.7 Return
Menu 7.4.8 Return
Return to menu 7.4.0.
Return to menu 7.5.0.
Meny 7.5.0 Vacation set back
Menu 7.6 Return
Settings concerning vacation set back are made on the
sub-menus to this menu.
Return to menu 7.0.
When the vacation function is active, the flow temperature
is lowered according to the chosen setting, and the hot
water heating as well as pool heating can be turned off.
When the vacation function is deactivated, the heat pump
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8.0 Other adjustments
Menu 8.1.0 Display settings
Menu 8.2.2 Wintertemp
Settings concerning language and menu type are set on
the sub-menus to this menu.
The average temperature when the circulation pump and
immersion heater are activated is shown here.
The value can be set between 0 and 30 °C. The factory setting is 20 °C.
Menu 8.1.1 Menu type
The menu type is chosen here: Normal, extended or service.
Menu 8.2.3 Return
N Normal, covers the normal user's needs.
Return to menu 8.2.0.
U Extended, shows all menus except the service
Menu 8.3.0 Current limiter*
menus.
S
Service, shows all menus, returns to normal 30 minutes after the last button was pressed.
Settings and readings regarding the load monitor are set
on the sub-menus to this menu.
Menu 8.3.1 Fuse size*
The setting selected on the load monitor card (2) is shown
here knob (100).
Menu 8.1.2 Language
The desired language is chosen here.
Menu 8.3.2 Max. electric power*
Menu 8.1.3 Display contrast
The display's contrast is set here. The value can be set between 0 and 31. The factory setting is 20.
The setting selected on the load monitor card (2) is shown
here knob (101).
Menu 8.3.3 – 8.3.5 Current phase 1 – 3*
Menu 8.1.4 Light intensity
The light intensity in idle mode is set here. Idle mode starts
30 minutes after the last button was pushed. The value is
adjustable between 0 and 2.
Shows the measured current from phase 1 – 3.
Menu 8.3.6 Tranform. ratio EBV*
The transfer value must be defined depending on the current transformers used for the EBV card. This is done in this
menu. The value is adjustable between 100 and 1250 in
increments of 10. The setting 300 applies for the supplied
current transformers.
0=shut-off, 1=low, 2=average.
The factory setting is 2.
Menu 8.1.5 Return
Return to menu 8.1.0.
Menu 8.3.7 Return
Return to menu 8.3.0.
Menu 8.2.0 Auto mode settings
Settings regarding auto mode can be made in the submenus to this menu.
Menu 8.4.0 Pool settings
Pool settings are made on the sub-menus to this menu.
Menu 8.2.1 Summertemp.
The average temperature when the circulation pump and
immersion heater are blocked is shown here.
The value can be set between 0 and 30 °C. The factory setting is 25 °C.
Menu 8.4.1 Pool control
You choose here whether pool control should be On or
Off.
*Menus not used in this application.
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Menu 8.4.2 Pool temperature
9.0 Service menus
Current pool temperature is displayed here.
9.1.0 Heat pump settings
Menu 8.4.3 Pool start temp.
Settings for the air/water heat pump are made from the
sub-menus in this menu.
The temperature at which pool heating is to start is shown
here. When the temperature drops below this value, heating starts after the hot water and heating demands are
met.
The value can be adjusted between 5 and 40 °C in increments of 0.5 °C.
Menu 9.1.1 Heat p. start value
Degree minute setting for start of heat pump.
The value can be set between -120 and 0. The factory setting is -60.
The factory setting is 25 °C.
Menu 9.1.2 Number of heat pumps
The number of connected heat pumps are indicated here.
Menu 8.4.4 Pool stop temp.
The value can be set between 0 and 1.
The temperature at which pool heating is to stop.
The value can be adjusted between 5 and 40 °C in increments of 0.5 °C.
The factory setting is 1.
The factory setting is 28 °C.
Menu 9.1.3 Start defrost(06)
Menu 8.4.5 Return
The desired start temperature on the evaporator sensor for
heat pump defrosting is set here.
Return to menu 8.4.0.
Menu 9.1.4 Stop defrost(07)
Menu 8.5.0 Period settings
Time periods for heating and hot water production are set
in the sub-menus for this menu.
The desired stop temperature on the evaporator sensor for
heat pump defrosting is set here.
Menu 9.1.5 Max defrost time(09)*
Menu 8.5.1 Period time
The length of time for production of hot water and heating
is set here.
The value is adjustable between 5 and 60 minutes. The factory setting is 60 minutes.
The longest period for defrosting the heat pump is set
here.
Menu 9.1.6 Time betw. defr(10)*
inimum running time, heat production before new deM
frosting is permitted in the heat pump.
Menu 8.5.2 Max time for HW
Here you select how much time of the period time (menu
8.5.1) is to be used to heat the hot water when there is a
need of both heating and hot water. If a pool is connected,
the pool heating will use this time when there is no hot
water demand.
The value is adjustable between 0 and 60 minutes. The factory setting is 30 minutes.
Menu 8.5.3 Return
Return to Menu 8.5.0.
Menu 8.6 Return
Return to Menu 8.0.
* See Installation and Maintenance Instructions for FIGHTER 2005 for setting range and factory settings.
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Menu 9.1.9 Stop Temp.(18)*
9.2.0 Add. heat settings
Stop temperature, set outdoor air temperature when the
downtime relay in the heat pump is activated, and it stops.
Settings regarding additional heat and shunt in VVM 300
and any extra shunt can be made on the sub-menus in this
menu.
Menu 9.1.10 Time bet. starts(19)*
Menu 9.2.1 Start add. heat.
Minimum time interval in minutes between compressor
starts in the heat pump.
The degree minute deficit that must be set before the additional heat supply is activated is set here.
Menu 9.1.14 Heat pump stop XHW
The temperature at which extra hot water switches from
compressor operation to immersion heater for hot water is
set here. The same value as in menu 1.2 should be selected.
The value can be set between 45 and 65 °C. The factory
setting is 50 °C.
A value between -1000 and -30 can be set . The factory
setting is -400.
Menu 9.2.2 Time factor
The time factor of the immersion heater since first start
up is shown here. The value is saved and is not reset even
when the boiler is switched off using the main power
switch.
Menu 9.1.15 Max heat p. time XHW
If the compressor does not manage to obtain the temperature after this time, SMO 10 switches to combined mode
and the immersion heater starts in the hot water heater.
Menu 9.2.6 Shunt amplification
The value is adjustable between 0 and 20 minutes. The factory setting is 10 minutes.
The value can be set between 1 and 10. The factory setting
is 4.
Menu 9.1.16 Return
Menu 9.2.7 Shunt amplification2
Return to menu 9.1.0.
Applies to any shunt 2 (SV2) (accessory required). E.g. 2
degrees difference and 2 in amplification gives 4 sec/min
controlling the shunt. This function compensates for the
speed variation found on different shunt motors that may
be installed.
Applies to shunt 1 (43). E.g. 2 degrees difference and 2 in
amplification gives 4 sec/min controlling the shunt.
The value can be set between 1 and 10. The factory setting
is 4.
Menu 9.2.8 Return
Return to menu 9.2.0.
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9.3.0 Operating settings
Menu 9.3.10 Operating mode
Settings regarding additional heat, floor drying and a return to the factory settings can be made on the sub-menus
in this menu.
Describes the operating status of VVM 300 and the air/water heat pump.
Shutdown: Additional heater and heat pump are shutdown due to an alarm.
Alternating: The heat pump produces heat and switches,
when necessary, between hot water and heating.
Menu 9.3.1 M
ax. boiler temp.
The setting selected on the EBV card (2) knob (102) is
shown here.
Combined Mode: Due to a great heating demand, the
immersion heater is used for hot water and the heat pump
produces heat. The addition assists, when necessary, with
heat production.
Menu 9.3.2 Add. heat mode
Additional heat mode is activated when “Yes” is shown
on the display screen, otherwise “No” is shown. When the
additional heat mode is activated, the immersion heater
respective circulation pump cannot be blocked with the
operating mode button.
Hot water: Only hot water is produced. This is carried out
by the heat pump.
Addition: The heat pump is off and both hot water and
heat is produced by the addition.
Menu 9.3.11.0 Floor drying setting
Menu 9.3.3 Shunt 2
Shunt group 2 can be set to “On” or “Off” here (accessories required).
Settings for the floor drying program are made in the submenus to this menu.
Menu 9.3.11.1 Floor drying
“On” or “Off” is selected for the floor drying program
from this sub-menu. After time period 1 a switch is made
to time period 2 followed by a return to the normal settings.
Menu 9.3.4 Room unit
Accessories are needed.
Menu 9.3.5 Room sensor
A room sensor is reset here if installed (accessory RG05
required).
Menu 9.3.11.2 Period time 1
Selection of the number of days in period 1. The value is
adjustable between 1 and 5 days. The factory setting is 3
days.
Menu 9.3.6 Reset alarm
Resetting alarms in VVM 300.
Menu 9.3.11.3 Temperat. period 1
Selection of the flow temperature in period 1. The value is
adjustable between 15 and 50 °C. Factory setting is 25 °C.
Menu 9.3.7 Clear alarm log
Clearing the alarm log in VVM 300.
Menu 9.3.11.4 Period time 2
Menu 9.3.8.0 Test mode
Only for service personnel.
Selection of the number of days in period 2. The value is
adjustable between 1 to 5. The factory setting is 1 days.
Menu 9.3.9 Factory setting
Menu 9.3.11.5 Temperat. period 2
Return to the factory settings in VVM 300, “Yes” or “No”.
Selection of the flow temperature in period 2. The value is
adjustable between 15 and 50 °C. Factory setting is 40 °C.
Menu 9.3.11.6 Return
Return to Menu 9.3.11.0.
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Menu 9.3.12 Supply pump exer.
9.4 Quick start
Supply pump operation can be deactivated here. In off
mode, the supply pump does not operate and freeze protection is not available.
If ”Yes” is selected, the compressor starts in the heat pump
within 3 minutes if there is a hot water heating demand.
The factory setting is “On”.
9.5.0 Alarmlog
The alarm logs with the last 10 alarms are shown in the
sub-menus of this menu.
Menu 9.3.13.0 Supply pump settings
Settings regarding the charge pump’s speed controls can
be made in the sub-menus to this menu.
Menu 9.5.1 – 9.5.10 Log 01 -10
Menu 9.3.13.1 Min speed %
Menu 9.5.11 Return
The charge pump’s minimum permitted speed is set here.
Return to menu 9.5.0
The value is adjustable between 15 and 100 % The value
cannot be set higher than the setting in menu 9.3.13.3.
The factory setting is 15 %.
9.6.0 System Info
Shows the last 10 alarms.
Only for service personnel.
Menu 9.3.13.2 Max speed %
The charge pump’s maximum permitted speed is set here.
Menu 9.7 Return
The value is adjustable between 15 and 100 % The value
cannot be set lower than the setting in menu 9.3.13.3. The
factory setting is 100 %.
Return to Menu 9.0.
Menu 9.3.13.3 Default speed
The start speed of the charge pump is set here.
The value can be adjusted between the minimum and
maximum permitted speed (menus 9.3.13.1 and 9.3.13.2).
The factory setting is 75 %.
Menu 9.3.13.4 Desired Value
The desired difference (∆T) between flow and return line is
set here. Actual difference can be seen in menu 5.15.
The value can be set between 5 and 12 °C. The factory setting is 8 °C.
Menu 9.3.13.5 Return
Return to menu 9.3.13.0.
Menu 9.3.14 Return
Return to menu 9.3.0.
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Electrical circuit diagram
Electrical circuit diagram
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Electrical circuit diagram
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Electrical circuit diagram
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Electrical circuit diagram
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Electrical circuit diagram
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Electrical circuit diagram
Sensor placement
Temperature sensor data
Temperature (°C)
Resistance (kΩ)
Voltage (V)
-40
102,35
4,78
-35
73,51
4,70
-30
53,44
4,60
-25
39,29
4,47
-20
29,20
4,31
-15
21,93
4,12
-10
16,62
3,90
-5
12,71
3,65
0
9,81
3,38
5
7,62
3,09
10
5,97
2,80
15
4,71
2,50
20
3,75
2,22
25
3,00
1,95
30
2,42
1,70
35
1,96
1,47
40
1,60
1,27
45
1,31
1,09
50
1,08
0,94
55
0,83
0,76
60
0,69
0,65
65
0,56
0,54
70
0,46
0,46
15 Outside sensor
83 Temperature sensor, hot water
88 Temperature sensor, immersion heater operation
(upper submerged tube)
89 Temperature sensor, supply line
93 Temperature sensor, return
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Technical specifications
Component locations
74
145
73
163
Enclosed components
148
LE
K
32
165
25
18
2
1
0
bar
3
4
42
LEK
8
38
30
7
108
K
LE
11
12
106
9
96
LEK
162
67
83
10
14
88
100
1
101
24
102
166
LEK
LEK
4
6
34
3
2
LEK
43
LEK
89
85
44
19
52
84
48
62
61
17
K
LE
75
98
16
44
76
66
52
40 103
71
93 50 51 80 35 70
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LEK
99
33
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Technical specifications
List of components
1 Immersion heater 6 kW
2 Load monitor card
3 Operating thermostat, backup heating
4Communication socket, modular cable FIGHTER 2005
6 Temperature limiter
7Miniature circuit-breaker
8 Switch, position 1 - 0 9 Terminal block, power supply
10 Contactor, electrical step II, 4 kW
11 Terminal block, contactors
12 Terminal block, three way valve, charge pump
14 Terminal block
15 Outside sensor
16 Circulation pump, heating medium
17 Venting screw, circulation pump
18 Pushbutton, Extra hot water
19 Shunt motor with handwheel
24 Not used
25 Push button “Operating mode”
29 Relay card with power supply unit
30 No function
32 Display unit
33 Fine wire fuse 2.5 A T
34 CPU card
35 Capacity setting, circulation pump
38 Knob, Offset heating curve
40 Charge pump
42 Pressure gauge, boiler
43 Shunt valve
44Shutoff valve, pump and supply radiator circuit
46 Filler valve, hot water heater
47 Expansion valve, hot water heater
48 Cartridge non-return valve
50 Shutoff valve, return line radiator circuit
51 Drain valve, heating system (primary)
52 Pressure relief valve, heating system (primary)
61 Motor, three way valve
62 Shuttle valve
66 Rating plate
67 Contactor, electrical step I, 2 kW
ConnectionSetting out dimensions
A
B
C
70 Supply line, radiator circuit . ................................... From below, compression ring Ø 22 mm....100 ...... 465..........90
71 Return line, radiator circuit . ................................... From rear, compression ring Ø 22 mm......... 60 ..... 255 . .... 190
73 Cold water connection to hot water heater............ From above, Ø 22 mm pipe
74 Hot water outlet from hot water heater ................. From above, Ø 22 mm pipe
75 Docking, incoming from F 2005.............................. From rear, compression ring Ø 22 mm....... 150 ..... 215 . .... 420
76 Docking, outgoing to F 2005.................................. From rear, compression ring Ø 22 mm......... 30 ..... 435 . .... 440
79 Drain and overflow water connection, heater ........ R 15 male (with compression ring not removed)
80 Combined filling- and drain connection, heating system .. R 15 male
83 Temperature sensor, hot water
84 Shut-off valve, charge pump
85 Expansion vessel
88 Temperature sensor, immersion heater operation
89 Temperature sensor, supply line
93 Temperature sensor, return
95 Overflow pipe, expansion valve hot water heater
96 Overflow pipe, pressure relief valve heating
98 Overflow water discharge ...................................... PVC-pipe Ø 32 mm (outside diameter)
99 Overflow cup, waste water
100 Knob, setting “Fuse”
101 Knob, setting “Max electrical output”
102 Knob, “Max boiler temperature setting”
103 Serial number
106 Expansion vessel, hot water heater
108 Tundish
162 Control card, charge pump
145 Temperature and pressure relief valve
163 Cable, electrical supply, 2–2,5 m
147 Filling hose
165 Cold water inlet and expansion valve
148 Pressure reduction valve
166 Shut off valve
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Dimensions and setting-out coordinates
Required 70
space for removing
the front cover.
Modularkabel
till
Modular
cable for
FIGHTER
2005
Ø 25
FIGHTER
2020
Ø 25
Elektrisk
matning Ø 25
55
15
Electrical
Elektrisk
supply
Ø 25
matning
Ø 25
Modularkabel
till
Outside
sensor
Ø Utegivare
16FIGHTER
Ø 16
2020 Ø 25
15 15
70
235
Elektrisk
matning Ø 25
70
Modularkabel
till Ø 16
Utegivare
FIGHTER 2020 Ø 25
Modularkabel till
FIGHTER
Utegivare2020
Ø 16Ø 25
Elektrisk
matning Ø 25
Elektrisk
matning Ø 25
330
Ø 25
1880
Utegivare Ø 16
145
155
145
1880
1880
Supply, outdoor sensor and modular cable run in HP pipe
Emalj terminal block.
to then be routed down to relevant
40
60
40
155
60
Ställbar
Adjustable
Ställbar
15-40
15-40
250250*
Ställbar
15-40
250
470470
90
35
470
60 60
A A
A
470
40
40
90
35
90 90
35
* Free height
520 for pipe and cable routing from rear.
520
600
520
110
40 40
210
B
615210
B 210
110
110
20 2070 70
C C
40
35
70
600600
C
35
When running pipes in the hatched area, make sure there
is space to change the expansion vessel. A measurement
150 mm.
20
35
Pipes must not be run from the floor in the area indicated
520
by dots.
The lower section of the sides can be removed during installation. This also facilitates access from the sides.
A, B and C: See "Connection" in "Component list".
615 B
615
Measuring principle
Compression
Klämring ring
Klemmring
54
Cu
pipe
Cu-rör
Kupferrohr
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Accessories
FIGHTER 2005 1-phase
POOL 20
Part no. 064 006
CPU-kort
LEK
Plåt med kopplingsplint
LEK
LEK
LEK
A
H
N
LEK
Extra shunt
ESV 20
H
FIGHTER 2005-8 Part no. 064 004
Part no. 089 317
FIGHTER 2005-11 Part no. 064 005
K
LE
Room thermostat RT 10
VV
KV
SERIENR
K
20
25
10
15
LEK
30 °C
LE
123456
LEK
: 123456
YLT
DATASK
Part no. 418 366
Modular cable
Lower cabinet
Height: 375 mm
Part no. 089 196
LE
K
LE
K
Modular cable, 15 m with connector joint
Part no. 418 469
Base extension
Height: 125 mm
Part no. 089 195
LE
LEK
K
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Technical specifications
IP 21
Height (excl. foot: 15 – 40 mm)
1 945 mm
Required ceiling height
2 150 mm
600 mm
Width
615 mm
Depth
Weight empty / full
160 / 446 kg
Volume total
280 litres
Volume double jacket
125 litres
Volume, hot water heater
155 litres
Volume, expansion vessel
12 litres
230 V~ 1-phase + N
Supply voltage
6 kW
Output immersion heater
45 / 75 / 110 W (adjustable)
Rated output heating medium pump
6 – 70 W (speed controlled)
Rated output charge pump
Enclosure class
IP21
Max permitted pressure in double jacket volume (primary)
0.25 MPa (2.5 bar)
Pre-pressure expansion vessel (primary)
0.5 bar
Maximum water supply pressure
11 bar
Set pressure, reducing valve hot water (secondary)
0.35 MPa (3.5 bar)
Set pressure, expansion valve hot water (secondary)
0.6 MPa (6 bar)
Set pressure, T&P valve hot water (secondary)
0.7 MPa (7 bar)
Set temperature, T&P valve hot water (secondary)
92 °C
Adjustable max boiler temperature (immersion heater)
55 – 80 °C
Heat up time 13–60 °C
2 hours 15 minutes
Reheat time 70 %
1 hour 27 minutes
Part no.
069 013
Enclosed kit
Outside sensor (15)
Pressure reduction valve (148)
Cold water inlet and expansion
valve, water heater (165)
LEK
Modular cable, 15 m
LEK
LE
K
LE
K
LEK
Bracket
Expansion vessel (106)
Tundish (108)
Shut off valve (166)
(Expansion vessel)
LEK
K
LE
LEK
K
LE
LE
K
LEK
LEK
LEK
Flexible hose
(Expansion vessel)
56
LEK
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