Viessmann VITOTRONIC 300-K Technical data

Installation and
\
Service Instructions
for use by heating contractor
Please file in Service Binder
Vitotronic 100, Model GC1
Digital boiler control unit
Vitotronic 300-K, Model MW1S
Outdoor-reset logic digital cascade control, for installation in Custom Control Panel
VITOTRONIC 100, GC1
VITOTRONIC 300-K, MW1S
Certified as a component part
of Viessmann boilers only
5581 750 v1.3 11/2011
General information
Safety, Installation and Warranty Requirements
Please ensure that this manual is read and uderstood before commencing installation. Failure to comply with the
issues listed below and details printed in this manual can cause product/property damage, severe personal injury,
and/or loss of life. Ensure all requirements below are understood and fulfilled (including detailed information found
in manual subsections).
Licensed professional heating
contractor
The installation, adjustment, service,
and maintenance of this equipment
must be performed by a licensed
professional heating contractor.
Please see section
entitled “Important
Regulatory and
Installation
Requirements.”
Product documentation
Read all applicable documentation
before commencing installation. Store
documentation near boiler in a readily
accessible location for reference in
the future by service personnel.
Advice to owner
Once the installation work is complete,
the heating contractor must familiarize
the system operator/ultimate owner
with all equipment, as well as safety
precautions/requirements, shut-down
procedure, and the need for
professional service annually before
the heating season begins.
Warranty
Information contained in
this and related product
documentation must be
read and followed. Failure
to do so renders warranty
null and void.
For a listing of
applicable literature,
please see section
entitled “Important
Regulatory and
Installation Requirements.”
Safety Terminology
The following terms are used throughout this manual to bring attention to the presence of potential hazards or important product
information. Please heed the advice given!
DANGER
Indicates an imminently hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, will
result in death, serious injury or
substantial product / property damage.
WARNING
Indicates an imminently hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, could
result in death, serious injury or
substantial product / property damage.
CAUTION
Indicates an imminently hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, may
result in minor injury or product /
property damage.
Helpful hints for installation, operation
or maintenance which pertain to the
product.
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Contents
Index
Page
General information
Product information
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Heating system designs
Summary of system versions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
System versions 1 to 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Installation – Vitotronic 100
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Summary of electrical connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Inserting cables and applying strain relief . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Inserting the boiler coding card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Setting of the fixed high limit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Changing the adjustable high limit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Sensor connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Pump connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Connections to boiler return mixing valve or
isolation/modulating valve actuator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
External connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Connection to low water cut-off device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Connection to combustion air devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Inserting the LON communication module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Making the LON connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Burner connection, burner control wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Power supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Installing the control unit front . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Opening the control unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
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Installation – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Installing modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing programming unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Summary of electrical connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sensor connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pump connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connection to modulating actuators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
External connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connection to compiled failure alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Making the LON connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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56
58
61
65
65
66
67
68
70
Initial start-up
Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Further step-by-step instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
Service scanning – Vitotronic 100
Service level summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Temperatures, boiler coding card and brief scans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Scanning operating conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Scanning and resetting maintenance displays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Service scanning – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Service level summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Temperatures and brief scans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Scanning operating conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Scanning and resetting the maintenance display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Troubleshooting – Vitotronic 100
Fault displays at the programming unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Viewing fault codes from the fault memory (error history) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
Troubleshooting – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Faults with fault display at the programming unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
Downloading fault codes from the fault memory (error history) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
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Function description – Vitotronic 100
Boiler temperature control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
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Function description – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Cascade control unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
Heating circuit control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
DHW tank temperature control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117
Components – Vitotronic 100
Components from the parts list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
Flue gas temperature sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
Components – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Components from the parts list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125
DHW tank sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125
Strap-on temperature sensor and immersion temperature sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126
Outdoor temperature sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127
Mixing valve circuit extension kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128
Installation examples . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129
Remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130
Vitotrol 200 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130
Vitotrol 300 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132
Connecting several remote controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134
Room temperature sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136
Input Module 0 to 10 V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 137
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Coding – Vitotronic 100
Resetting codes to the factory setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 137
Coding 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138
Calling up coding 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138
Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138
Coding 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140
Calling up coding 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140
Overall summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140
Burner switching differential . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147
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Index (cont.)
Coding – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Resetting codings to the factory setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147
Coding 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148
Calling up coding 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148
Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148
Coding 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151
Calling up coding 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151
Overall summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152
Slab curing function diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 168
Connection and wiring diagrams – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 169
Low voltage motherboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 170
Line voltage motherboard 120 VAC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 175
Connection and wiring diagrams – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Parts list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 173
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Appendix
Specification – Vitotronic 100, GC1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 174
Specification – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 175
Applicability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 175
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General information
Product information
Vitotronic 100, GC1, and Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Only for integration/installation on Viessmann boilers and for control panel mounting.
These application examples are only recommendations, and must therefore be checked on site for
completeness and function.
5581 750 v1.3
Vitotronic 100, GC1, without LON communication module as part of the standard delivery.
LON module (PN: 7172 173) is supplied with control panel.
Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S, with integral LON communication module.
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General information
Summary of system versions
Boiler
Characteristics
Page
1 Vitorond
Shunt pump for controlling return temperature for each boiler
9
2 Vitorond
Common supply pump and low-pressure manifold
11
3
Three-way mixing valve for controlling return temperature
14
4
Low loss header and three-way mixing valve for controlling return temperature
16
5 Vitocrossal
Several heating circuits and one low temperature heating circuit
18
6 Vitocrossal,
Vitorond
Several heating circuits, one low temperature heating circuit plus Vitorond with shunt pump
21
7 Vitocrossal
Three-way mixing valve, several heating circuits and one low temperature heating circuit
24
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Please note that the following examples are simplified conceptual drawings only!
Piping and necessary componentry must be field verified.
A low water cut off (LWCO) must be installed where required by local codes.
Proper installation and functionality in the field is the responsibilty of the heating contractor.
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Heating system designs
System version 1
Return temperature control of each boiler with shunt pump
Vitorond 200
2
20
52
M3
LON
LON
3
17B
17A
T1
A
B
C
D
Plug
!
?
T1
A
A
Boiler with Vitotronic 100, GC1
Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
DHW tank
Mixing valve circuit
Outdoor temperature sensor
Supply temperature sensor
common heating supply
?M2/M3 Supply temperature sensor
mixing valve circuit 2 or 3
§
Boiler temperature sensor
%
DHW tank temperature sensor
aJA
Temperature sensor T1
aJB
Temperature sensor T2
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T2
146
29
52 A1
143
40
90
T2
143
146
29
52 A1
41
90
40
3
17B
17A
C
D
2
D
LON
143
146
LON
40
LON
LON
B
M2
41
1
28
5
21
2
20
52
sÖM2/M3Heating circuit pump mixing
valve circuit 2 or 3
sA
DHW pump
sK
DHW recirculation pump
sL
Shunt pump
fÖ
Power supply, 120 VAC,
60 Hz
fA
Burner (burner stage 1)
gSA1
Motorized isolation valve
gSM2/M3Mixing valve actuator
circuit 2 or 3
lÖ
Burner
(burner stage 2/mod.)
aVD/aVH External connections
(see page 39)
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Heating system designs
System version 1 (cont.)
Codings must be set on every Vitotronic 100, GC1.
Vitotronic 100, GC1
Required coding
01: 2
Multi-boiler system with cascade control via LON BUS
02: 2
Modulating burner operation*1
03: 1
Oil fired operation (non-reversible)*1
07: 2
07: 3
07: 4
Setting the boiler number on the Vitotronic of
boiler 2
boiler 3
boiler 4
77: 2
77: 3
77: 4
Setting the LON participant number on the Vitotronic of
boiler 2
boiler 3
boiler 4
Automatic changeover
4A: 1
Connecting the T1 temperature sensor to plug aJA
4b: 1
Connecting the T2 temperature sensor to plug aJB
Vitotronic 333, MW1S
Required coding
00:
00:
00:
or
00:
3, Without system circuit A1*1
4,
7,
8
35: 1
35: 2
35: 3
Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S with
one Vitotronic 100, GC1
two Vitotronic 100, GC1
three Vitotronic 100, GC1
Possible applications
Heating systems with distribution manifold installed close to the boiler. The boiler water volume flow will be reduced via the
motorized isolation valve.
Temperature sensor T2 activates the shunt pump if the required minimum return temperature is not reached. If this fails to
achieve the required minimum return temperature, the boiler water volume flow must be reduced by at least 50% via
temperature sensor T1, via the isolation valve or the heating circuit control units. Where the T1 temperature sensor cannot
affect the motorized isolation valves it must, instead, regulate the mixing valves of the heating circuits downstream.
Size the shunt pump to approx. 30% of the total throughput capacity of the boiler.
IMPORTANT
The connection diagram is only a recommendation and needs to be verified for completeness and functionality at the
installation site. Single-phase and three-phase pumps must be connected with field supplied motor contactors and/or motor
starters.
*1
10
If required.
5581 750 v1.3
The boiler receives optimum protection when controlling the heating circuits via Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S or a
Vitotronic 200-H connected to the boiler control unit. No additional on-site protective measures are required.
Heating system designs
System version 2
Common supply pump and low pressure distribution manifold
Vitorond 200
2
20
52
M3
LON
LON
20A1
T1
146
52 A1
143
41
90
A
C
A
Boiler with Vitotronic 100, GC1
Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
DHW tank
Mixing valve circuit
Plug
!
?
Outdoor temperature sensor
Supply temperature sensor
common heating supply
?M2/M3Supply temperature sensor
mixing valve circuit 2 or 3
§
Boiler temperature sensor
%
DHW tank temperature sensor
aJA
Temperature sensor T1
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3
17A
T1
52 A1
143
146
90
41
40
3
17A
A
B
C
D
D
2
D
LON
20A1
LON
40
29
LON
LON
143
146
B
M2
40
1
28
5
21
2
20
52
sÖA1
Closing the mixing valves
with external heating circuit
control units
sÖM2/M3Heating circuit pump mixing
valve circuit 2 or 3
sA
DHW pump
sK
DHW recirculation pump
sL
Common supply pump
fÖ
Power supply, 120 VAC
60 Hz
fA
Burner (burner stage 1)
gSA1
Motorized isolation valve
gSM2/M3Mixing valve actuator
circuit 2 or 3
lÖ
Burner
(burner stage 2/mod.)
aVD/aVH External connections
(see page 39)
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Heating system designs
System version 2 (cont.)
Coding must be set on every Vitotronic 100, GC1.
Vitotronic 100, GC1
Required coding
01: 2
Multi-boiler system with cascade control via LON BUS
02: 2
Modulating burner operation*1
03: 1
Oil fired operation (non-reversible)*1
07: 2
07: 3
07: 4
Setting the boiler number on the Vitotronic of
boiler 2
boiler 3
boiler 4
0d : 1
Therm-Control controls the mixing valves of downstream heating circuits
77: 2
77: 3
77: 4
Setting the LON participant number on the Vitotronic of
boiler 2
boiler 3
boiler 4
Automatic changeover
4A: 1
Connecting the T1 temperature sensor to plug aJA
Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Required coding
00:
00:
00:
or
00:
3, Without system circuit A1*1
4,
7,
8
35: 1
35: 2
35: 3
Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S with
one Vitotronic 100, GC1
two Vitotronic 100, GC1
three Vitotronic 100, GC1
4d: 0
Common supply pump on plug sL
*1
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If required.
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Heating system designs
System version 2 (cont.)
Possible applications
If the distribution manifold is located in
a remote location (> 20 m / 65 ft). The
heat transfer to the heating circuits
must be able to be reduced.
Temperature sensor T1 reduces or
closes the mixing valves if the required
minimum return temperature is not
achieved. Size the common supply
pump to 110% of the total flow rate of
the heating system.
Temperature sensor T1
Wiring diagram for reducing the volume
flow rate in heating systems with
heating circuit control units, which are
not connected to the boiler control unit
via the LON BUS.
Necessary coding: 4C : 2.
The boiler receives optimum protection
when controlling the heating circuits
via Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S or a
Vitotronic 200-H connected to the
boiler control unit. No additional on-site
protective measures are required.
IMPORTANT
sÖA1 Closing mixing valves
(Vitotronic 100, GC1)
A
Contactor relay
B
Downstream heating circuit
control unit
Switching contact closed:
signal for close mixing valve(s)
C
Power connection 120 VAC
60 Hz
D
Junction box, field supplied
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The connection diagram is only a
recommendation and needs to be
verified for completeness and
functionality at the installation site.
Single-phase and three-phase pumps
must be connected with field supplied
motor contactors and/or motor
starters.
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Heating system designs
System version 3
Controlling the return temperature with a 3-way mixing valve
Vitorond 200
M3
D
52 A1
143
29
41
90
40
T1
A
A
Boiler with Vitotronic 100, GC1
Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
DHW tank
Mixing valve circuit
Plug
!
?
Outdoor temperature sensor
Supply temperature sensor
common heating supply
?M2/M3Supply temperature sensor
mixing valve circuit 2 or 3
§
Boiler temperature sensor
%
DHW tank temperature sensor
aJA
Temperature sensor T1
14
T1
sÖM2/M3Heating circuit pump mixing
valve circuit 2 or 3
sA
DHW pump
sK
DHW recirculation pump
sL
Boiler circuit pump
fÖ
Power supply, 120 VAC
60 Hz
fA
Burner (burner stage 1)
gSA1
Three-way mixing valve
gSM2/M3Mixing valve actuator
circuit 2 or 3
lÖ
Burner
(burner stage 2/mod.)
aVD/aVH External connections
(see page 39)
5581 750 v1.3
A
B
C
D
3
17A
146
52 A1
143
29
90
41
40
3
17A
C
D
146
2
LON
2
20
52
LON
LON
LON
143
146
LON
29
40
B
M2
LON
1
28
5
21
2
20
52
Heating system designs
System version 3 (cont.)
Coding must be set on every Vitotronic 100, GC1.
Vitotronic 100, GC1
Required coding
01: 2
Multi-boiler system with cascade control via LON BUS
02: 2
Modulating burner operation*1
03: 1
Oil fired operation (non-reversible)*1
07: 2
07: 3
07: 4
Setting the boiler number on the Vitotronic of
boiler 2
boiler 3
boiler 4
0C: 1
Constant regulation of the return temperature
4d: 2
Boiler circuit pump on plug sL
77: 2
77: 3
77: 4
Setting the LON participant number on the Vitotronic of
boiler 2
boiler 3
boiler 4
Automatic changeover
4A: 1
Connecting the T1 temperature sensor to plug aJA
Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Required coding
00:
00:
00:
or
00:
3, Without system circuit A1*1
4,
7,
8
35: 1
35: 2
35: 3
Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S with
one Vitotronic 100, GC1
two Vitotronic 100, GC1
three Vitotronic 100, GC1
Possible applications
For example, older heating systems or systems in nurseries and/or systems where downstream heating circuits cannot be
controlled.
Temperature sensor T1 closes the three-way mixing valve in proportion and therefore protects the boiler, if the required
minimum return temperature is not achieved.
Please note:
Size the boiler circuit pump for each boiler so that their volume flow rate is at least as large as the max. total heating circuit
volume flow rate.
Recommendation: 110%
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IMPORTANT
The connection diagram is only a recommendation and needs to be verified for completeness and functionality at the
installation site. Single-phase and three-phase pumps must be connected with field supplied motor contactors and/or motor
starters.
*1
If required.
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Heating system designs
System version 4
Controlling the return temperature with a low loss header and a three-way mixing valve
Vitorond 200
1
28
5
21
M2
2
20
52
M3
D
2
LON
LON
143
146
29
40
B
2
20
52
D
LON
LON
LON
Outdoor temperature sensor
Supply temperature sensor
common heating supply
?M2/M3Supply temperature sensor
mixing valve circuit 2 or 3
§
Boiler temperature sensor
%
DHW tank temperature sensor
aJA
Temperature sensor T1
sÖM2/M3Heating circuit pump mixing
valve circuit 2 or 3
16
52 A1
143
29
41
T1
T1
A
A
E Low loss header
D Mixing valve circuit
sA
sK
sL
fÖ
DHW pump
DHW recirculation pump
Boiler circuit pump
Power supply, 120 VAC
60 Hz
fA
Burner (burner stage 1)
gSA1
Three-way mixing valve
gSM2/M3Mixing valve actuator
circuit 2 or 3
lÖ
Burner
(burner stage 2/mod.)
aVD/aVH External connections
(see page 39)
5581 750 v1.3
Plug
!
?
90
40
C
A Boiler with Vitotronic 100, GC1
B Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
C DHW tank
3
17A
146
52 A1
143
29
90
41
40
3
17A
146
LON
E
Heating system designs
System version 4 (cont.)
Coding must be set on every Vitotronic 100, GC1.
Vitotronic 100, GC1
Required coding
01: 2
Multi-boiler system with cascade control via LON BUS
02: 2
Modulating burner operation*1
03: 1
Oil fired operation (non-reversible)*1
07: 2
07: 3
07: 4
Setting the boiler number on the Vitotronic of
boiler 2
boiler 3
boiler 4
0C: 1
Constant regulation of the return temperature
4d: 2
Boiler circuit pump on plug sL
77: 2
77: 3
77: 4
Setting the LON participant number on the Vitotronic of
boiler 2
boiler 3
boiler 4
Automatic changeover
4A: 1
Connecting the T1 temperature sensor to plug aJA
Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Required coding
00:
00:
00:
or
00:
3, Without system circuit A1*1
4,
7,
8
35: 1
35: 2
35: 3
Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S with
one Vitotronic 100, GC1
two Vitotronic 100, GC1
three Vitotronic 100, GC1
Possible applications
For example, older systems or systems in nurseries and/or systems, where the hydraulic conditions cannot be clearly
defined and/or systems where downstream heating circuits cannot be controlled.
Temperature sensor T1 closes the three-way mixing valve in proportion and therefore protects the boiler, if the required
minimum return temperature is not achieved. The temperature sensor in the low loss header controls the supply
temperature.
Please note:
Size the boiler circuit pumps for each boiler so that their volume supply is at least as large as the max. total heating circuit
volume supply.
Recommendation: 110%
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IMPORTANT
The connection diagram is only a recommendation and needs to be verified for completeness and functionality at the
installation site. Single-phase and three-phase pumps must be connected with field supplied motor contactors and/or
motor starters.
*1
If required.
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Heating system designs
System version 5
Heating circuit and one low temperature heating circuit
Vitocrossal 300
M3
D
E
LON
A
E
146
143
156
52 A1
41
90
3
40
146
143
156
52 A1
41
90
40
3
C
D
2
146
2
20
52
LON
LON
LON
143
LON
29
40
B
M2
LON
1
28
5
21
2
20
52
A
A Boiler with Vitotronic 100, GC1
B Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
C DHW tank
D Mixing valve circuit
E Neutralising system
Outdoor temperature sensor
Supply temperature sensor
common heating supply
?M2/M3Supply temperature sensor
mixing valve circuit 2 or 3
§
Boiler temperature sensor
%
DHW tank temperature sensor
lÖ
Burner
(burner stage 2/mod.)
18
sÖM2/M3Heating circuit pump mixing
valve circuit 2 or 3
sA
DHW pump
sK
DHW recirculation pump
fÖ
Power supply, 120 VAC
60 Hz
fA
Burner (burner stage 1)
gSA1
Motorized isolation valve
gSM2/M3Mixing valve actuator
circuit 2 or 3
aVD/aVH External connections
(see page 39)
5581 750 v1.3
Plug
!
?
Heating system designs
System version 5 (cont.)
Codings must be set on every Vitotronic 100, GC1.
Vitotronic 100, GC1
Required coding
01: 2
Multi-boiler system with cascade control via LON BUS
02: 2
Modulating burner operation*1
07: 2
07: 3
07: 4
Setting the boiler number on the Vitotronic of
boiler 2
boiler 3
boiler 4
0d: 0
Without Therm-Control
77: 2
77: 3
77: 4
Setting the LON participant number on the Vitotronic of
boiler 2
boiler 3
boiler 4
Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Required coding
00:
00:
00:
or
00:
3, Without system circuit A1*1
4,
7,
8
35: 1
35: 2
35: 3
Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S with
one Vitotronic 100, GC1
two Vitotronic 100, GC1
three Vitotronic 100, GC1
3C: 0
Condensing strategy
*1
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If required.
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Heating system designs
System version 5 (cont.)
Possible applications
Vitocrossal 300 is operated via a
Viessmann boiler control unit with
outdoor reset function, modulating
boiler water temperature, and
load-dependent sequential
control – two-stage or modulating
burners are controlled.
Vitocrossal 300 is equipped with two
return connections. The heating circuits
with the higher return temperature are
connected to the upper return
connection, and those with lower
return temperatures to the lower return
plug. Please note: Connect at least
15% of the rated output to the lower
return connection.
Due to the LON-BUS communication
between controls, a boiler supply
temperature is automatically set.
This temperature is based on the
highest required mixing valve circuit
temperature plus adjustable differential.
IMPORTANT
5581 750 v1.3
The connection diagram is only a
recommendation and needs to be
verified for completeness and
functionality at the installation site.
Single-phase and three-phase pumps
must be connected with field supplied
motor contactors and/or motor
starters.
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Heating system designs
System version 6
Heating circuit and one low temperature heating circuit plus Vitorond with shunt pump
Vitocrossal 300
Vitorond 200, 125 kW-500 kW
2
20
52
D
2
LON
52 A1
143
90
29
41
40
146
143
90
41
T2
146
3
17B
17A
3
40
D
M3
2
20
52
LON
LON
LON
143
146
LON
29
40
B
LON
1
28
5
21
M2
T1
C
E
A Boiler with Vitotronic 100, GC1
B Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
C DHW tank
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Plug
!
?
Outdoor temperature sensor
Supply temperature sensor
common heating supply
?M2/M3Supply temperature sensor
mixing valve circuit 2 or 3
§
Boiler temperature sensor
%
DHW tank temperature sensor
aJA
Temperature sensor T1
aJB
Temperature sensor T2
sÖM2/M3Heating circuit pump mixing
valve circuit 2 or 3
A
A
D Mixing valve circuit
E Neutralizing system
sA
sK
sL
fÖ
DHW pump
DHW recirculation pump
Shunt pump
Power supply, 120 VAC,
60 Hz
fA
Burner (burner stage 1)
gSA1
Motorized isolation valve
gSM2/M3Mixing valve actuator
circuit 2 or 3
lÖ
Burner
(burner stage 2/mod.)
aVD/aVH External connections
(see page 39)
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Heating system designs
System version 6 (cont.)
Coding must be set on every Vitotronic 100, GC1.
Vitotronic 100, GC1
Required coding
01: 2
Multi-boiler system with cascade control via LON BUS
02: 2
Modulating burner operation*1
03: 1
Only with Vitotronic 100, GC1 for low temperature boiler:
Oil fired operation (non-reversible)
07: 2
07: 3
07: 4
Setting the boiler number on the Vitotronic of
boiler 2
boiler 3
boiler 4
0d: 0
Only with Vitotronic 100, GC1 for Vitocrossal 300:
without Therm-Control
77: 2
77: 3
77: 4
Setting the LON participant number on the Vitotronic of
boiler 2
boiler 3
boiler 4
Automatic changeover
4A 1
Only with Vitotronic 100, GC1 for low temperature boiler:
Connecting the T1 temperature sensor to plug aJA
4b: 1
Only with Vitotronic 100, GC1 for low temperature boiler:
Connecting the T2 temperature sensor to plug aJB
Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Required coding
00:
00:
00:
or
00:
3, Without system circuit A1*1
4,
7,
8
35: 1
35: 2
35: 3
Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S with
one Vitotronic 100, GC1
two Vitotronic 100, GC1
three Vitotronic 100, GC1
Setting up Vitocrossal 300 as permanent lead boiler
3C: 1
Condensing strategy 1
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39: 1
to
39: 4
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Heating system designs
System version 6 (cont.)
Possible applications
The Vitocrossal 300 (lead boiler) and the Vitorond 200 (lag boiler) are operated via a Viessmann control system with outoor
reset logic, modulating boiler water temperature, and load-dependent sequential control – two-stage or modulating burners
are controlled.
Vitocrossal 300 is equipped with two return connections. The heating circuits with the higher return temperature are
connected to the upper return connection, and those with lower return temperatures to the lower return connection. Please
note: Connect at least 15% of the rated output to the lower return connection. The return temperature control is available
as accessory or must be provided on site.
Return temperature control for Vitorond can be achieved using the shunt pump and by closing the isolation valve.
Temperature sensor T1 controls the isolation valve. Temperature sensor T2 switches the shunt pump.
Due to the LON-BUS communication between controls, a boiler supply temperature is automatically set.
This temperature is based on the highest required mixing valve circuit temperature plus adjustable differential.
IMPORTANT
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The connection diagram is only a recommendation and needs to be verified for completeness and functionality at the
installation site. Single-phase and three-phase pumps must be connected with field supplied motor contactors and/or motor
starters.
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Heating system designs
System version 7
Three-way mixing valve, several heating circuits and one low temperature heating circuit
Vitocrossal 300
Vitorond 200, 125KW- 500 KW
2
20
52
M3
LON
143
29
52 A1
41
90
40
146
143
90
41
146
3
17A
3
40
D
2
D
LON
LON
143
146
LON
29
LON
40
B
M2
LON
1
28
5
21
2
20
52
T1
E
A
A Boiler with Vitotronic 100, GC1
B Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
C DHW tank
D Mixing valve circuit
Plug
!
?
sL
fÖ
Outdoor temperature sensor
Supply temperature sensor
common heating supply
?M2/M3Supply temperature sensor
mixing valve circuit 2 or 3
§
Boiler temperature sensor
%
DHW tank temperature sensor
aJA
Temperature sensor T1
sÖM2/M3Heating circuit pump mixing
valve circuit 2 or 3
sA
DHW pump
sK
DHW recirculation pump
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Boiler circuit pump
Power supply,120 VAC,
60 Hz
fA
Burner (burner stage 1)
gSA1
Three-way mixing valve
gSM2/M3Mixing valve actuator
circuit 2 or 3
lÖ
Burner
(burner stage 2/mod.)
aVD/aVH External connections
(see page 39)
A
E Neutralizing system
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C
Heating system designs
System version 7 (cont.)
Coding must be set on every Vitotronic 100, GC1.
Vitotronic 100, GC1
Required coding
01: 2
Multi-boiler system with cascade control via LON BUS
02: 2
Modulating burner operation*1
03 : 1 Only with Vitotronic 100, GC1 for low temperature boiler:
Oil fired operation (non-reversible)
07: 2
07: 3
07: 4
Setting the boiler number on the Vitotronic of
boiler 2
boiler 3
boiler 4
0C: 1
Only with Vitotronic 100, GC1 for low temperature boiler:
Constant return temperature control
0d: 0
Only with Vitotronic 100, GC1 for Vitocrossal 300:
without Therm-Control
4d: 2
Only with Vitotronic 100, GC1 for low temperature boiler:
Boiler circuit pump on plug sL
77 2
77: 3
77: 4
Setting the LON participant number on the Vitotronic of
boiler 2
boiler 3
boiler 4
Automatic changeover
4A 1
Only with Vitotronic 100, GC1 for low temperature boiler:
Connecting the T1 temperature sensor to plug aJA
*1
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If required.
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Heating system designs
System version 7 (cont.)
Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Required coding
00:
00:
00:
or
00:
3, Without system circuit A1*1
4,
7,
8
35: 1
35: 2
35: 3
Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S with
one Vitotronic 100, GC1
two Vitotronic 100, GC1
three Vitotronic 100, GC1
39: 1
to
39: 4
Setting up Vitocrossal 300 as permanent lead boiler
3b: 3
Autonomous series connection with supply temperature sensor
*1
If required.
Possible applications
For heating circuits with temperature differentials ≥20 °C / 68 °F
The Vitocrossal 300 (lead boiler) and the next Vitorond (lag boiler) are operated via a Viessmann control system with
outdoor reset logic, modulating boiler water temperature, and load-dependent sequential control – two-stage or modulating
burners are controlled.
Vitocrossal 300 is equipped with two return connections. The heating circuits with the higher return temperature are
connected to the upper return connection, and those with lower return temperatures to the lower return connection.
Please note: Connect at least 15% of the rated output to the lower return connection.
Temperature sensor T1 senses the return temperature.
The boiler control unit regulates the three-way mixing valve to ensure that the system never falls below the minimum
return temperature.
Due to the LON-BUS communication between controls, a boiler supply temperature is automatically set.
This temperature is based on the highest required mixing valve circuit temperature plus adjustable differential.
IMPORTANT
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The connection diagram is only a recommendation and needs to be verified for completeness and functionality at the
installation site. Single-phase and three-phase pumps must be connected with field supplied motor contactors and/or
motor starters.
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Installation – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Summary of electrical connections
145
17 B
17 A
5
3/2
15
143
146
151
21
52 A1/M1
20 A1/M1
29
50
40
90
41
150
156
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156
Low voltage connections (motherboard)
§
Boiler temperature sensor
%
No function
aG
Flue gas temperature sensor
(accessory)
aJA Therm-Control temperature
sensor
or
return temperature sensor T1
(accessory)
aJB Return temperature sensor T2
(accessory)
aVD External connection
aVG KM BUS participant, e.g. plug-in
adaptor for external safety
equipment
aVH External connection (Page 39)
Line voltage connections (motherboard)
sÖA1 DHW recirculation pump –
or
switched output
sA
No function
sL
Shunt pump (on site)
or
boiler circuit pump (on site)
fÖ
Power connection
fA
Burner (burner stage 1)
gÖ
Central fault message
gSA1 Isolation valve
or
actuator for three-way mixing
valve for return temperature
control
lÖ
aBÖ
aBA
aBH
Burner (burner stage 2/mod.)
External connections,
e.g. supplementary safety
equipment
Safety circuit, potential free
Power supply for accessories
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Installation – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Summary of electrical connections (cont.)
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External line voltage connections
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Installation – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Inserting cables and applying strain relief
Run the cables from the connection enclosure into the control unit.
Apply strain relief to cables (see below).
Cables with moulded strain relief
clamp
Connect cable and strain relief clamp.
OR
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Fasten cable to the cable lead with
cable tie.
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Installation – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Inserting the boiler coding card
Only use the boiler coding card included with the boiler.
Boiler
Coding card
Part no.
Vitocrossal 300, type CT3
1040
7820 144
Vitorond 200
1020
7820 142
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Insert the boiler coding card through
the cut-out in the cover into slot X7.
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Setting of the fixed high limit (if required)
Settings on the control unit
The setting for the fixed high limit and
the other settings are dependent in the
safety equipment installed in
accordance with applicable codes.
A
The fixed high limit is supplied with
a factory setting.
- On Vitotronic 100, GC1 for
Vitorond 200 of 120 °C/248 °F
Adjustment to 110 °C/230 °F
or 99 °C/210 °F
- On Vitotronic 100, GC1 for
Vitocrossal 300 of 99 °C/210 °F
- No adjustment
3.
¨ Disconnect power to control and
burner!
1. Unclip the fuse box and swing
upwards.
2. Turn the slotted screw on the rear
of the fixed high limit until the slot
points to 110 or 99 °C / 230 or
210 °F (once adjusted, the fixed
high limit cannot be reset to 120 °C/
248 °F).
1.
2.
3. Re-fit the fuse box.
WARNING
If adjusted to 99 °C / 210 °F, do not
set the adjustable high limit above
75 °C / 167 °F.
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Non-condensing boilers ˚C / ˚F
Condensing boilers ˚C / ˚F
Fixed high limit
120 / 248
99 / 210
99 / 212
Adjustable high limit
110 / 230
87 / 189
87 / 189
Coding for the electronic maximum
temperature limiter of
Vitotronic 100; GC1 set coding 06 to
105 / 221
85 / 185
85 / 185
Max. temperature of the builidng
automation system control unit
provided on site
100 / 212
80 / 176
80 / 176
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Installation – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Setting of the adjustable high limit (if required)
The adjustable high limit is supplied with a factory setting of 95 °C/ 203 °F .
Adjustment to 100 or 110 °C /
212 or 230 °F
A B C
1. Disconnect power to control and
burner.
3.
2. Using a suitable screwdriver, lever
out and remove the selector knob
”R“ behind the hinged cover.
3. Using a pair of pointed pliers, break
off the cams identified by the
shaded areas in the diagram from
the stop dial.
2.
A
75 to 195 °C
167 to 203 °F
A, B
75 to 100 °C
167 to 212 °F
A, B, C
75 to 110 °C
167 to 230 °F
4. Fit the selector knob ”R” so that
the marking is in the centre of the
selected range.
IMPORTANT
Note the setting of coding address
”06”!
WARNING
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1.
If the system is operated in conjunction
with a domestic hot water tank, ensure
that the maximum permissible
domestic hot water temperature is
not exceeded. If necessary, install a
suitable safety device for this purpose.
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Installation – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Connection of the boiler temperature sensor
The sensor measures the boiler water
temperature of the boiler.
The boiler temperature sensor is
installed at the same time as the boiler
insulation.
3
Check the sensor
1. Disconnect plug § in the terminal
compartment of the boiler control.
2. Measure resistance of sensor at
terminals ”1” and ”2” of the plug.
Boiler water
temperature
in °C / °F
Resistance
in Ω
40 / 104
50 / 122
60 / 140
578
597
616
3. Compare the value measured with
the current temperature. If the value
differs significantly, check
installation and, if necessary,
replace sensor.
760
Technical data
Degree of protection: IP 32
Ambient temperature
during operation:
0 to + 130 °C
32 to + 266 °F
during storage and transport:
-20 to + 170 °C
- 4 to + 158 °F
740
720
700
680
660
Electrical connection
The sensors are ready to plug in. Insert
the boiler temperature sensor in socket
”3” of the boiler control.
640
620
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Resistance in
600
580
560
400
540
0
32
20
68
40
104
60
141
80
176
Boiler temperature in °C / °F
100
212
120
248
140
284
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Installation – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Connection of the return temperature sensor
Strap-on temperature sensor and immersion temperature sensor
For measuring the supply and return
temperature.
17A or 17B
Electrical connection
The sensor is inserted in socket ”17A”
or ”17B” on the control unit.
Check the sensor
1. Disconnect plug aJA or aJB in
the terminal compartment.
2. Measure resistance of sensor at
terminals ”1” and ”2” of the plug.
17A or 17B
Flow/return
temperature
in °C / °F
Resistance
in Ω
30 / 86
40 / 104
60 / 140
569
592
643
3. Compare the value measured with
the current temperature. If the
value differs significantly, check
installation and, if necessary,
replace sensor.
740
Technical data
Degree of protection: IP 32
Ambient temperature
during operation:
0 to + 100 °C
32 to + 212 °F
during storage and transport:
–20 to + 170 °C
- 4 to + 158 °F
720
700
680
660
Resistance in Ω
640
620
600
580
540
20
68
30
86
40
104
50
122
60
140
70
158
80
176
90 100
194 212
Supply temperature/return temperature in °C / °F
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Installation – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Connection of the flue gas temperature sensor
The sensor measures the flue gas
temperature and monitors the selected
limit value.
Electrical connection
The sensor is inserted in socket ”15”
on the control unit.
Check flue gas temperature sensor
1. Disconnect plug aG in the terminal
compartment.
2. Measure resistance of sensor at
terminals ”1” and ”2” of the plug.
1020
980
Flue gas
temperature
in °C / °F
Resistance
in Ω
180 / 176
160 / 320
200 / 392
650
800
880
3. Compare the value measured with
the current temperature. If the value
differs significantly, check
installation and, if necessary,
replace sensor.
940
900
Technical data
Degree of protection: IP 60
Ambient
temperature
during operation:
0 to + 600 °C
32 to + 1112 °F
during storage and transport:
–20 to + 670 °C
- 4 to + 158 °F
860
820
780
740
700
660
Resistance in Ω
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620
580
540
500
0
32
40
80 120 160 200 240
104 176 248 360 392 464
280
536
Flue gas temperature in °C / °F
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Installation – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Connection of the pumps
A Connection enclosure on boiler
control
Available pump connections
sL
Shunt pump, boiler circuit pump
Terminals 6 - L, - G, - N in line
voltage connection enclosure.
B 120 VAC DHW tank pump or
shunt pump
A
B
Install pumps; see
manufacturer’s instructions.
240 VAC or 3 PH pumps
Please note:
Use contactor and/or motor starter
to power pump.
For activating the contactor:
Rated current: max. 2 FLA
Recommended connection
wire size: AWG 14
Please ensure that all connections
and wire size comply with local and
national codes.
1.Select the contactor and the
connecting wire in accordance
with the rating of the pump that
is to be connected.
2.Connect pump and power supply
to the contactor.
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3.Connect contactor coil to the
corresponding terminals.
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Installation – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Connection of boiler return mixing valve or isolation / modulating valve actuator
1 120V or 24V Valve Adaptor
1 120V Valve Adaptor
1 24V Valve Adaptor
2 DIN rail in connection enclosure
2 120V Valve actuator
2 24V Valve actuator
3 aBH Terminals
120V Valve Adaptor
Rated voltage: 120 VAC
Rated current: max. 0.1 FLA
Recommended connection
wire size: AWG 14
PN: 7134 560
24V Valve Adaptor
Rated voltage: 24 VAC
Rated current: max. 0.15 FLA
Recommended connection
wire size: AWG 14
PN: 7134 559
Operating time:
5 to 199 sec. selected via coding
address “40”.
1. Disconnect power to control.
2. Install 120V or 24V Valve Adaptor
on DIN rail inside connection enclosure.
3. Insert the plug gS into socket gS on
the control.
4. Fasten cable with tie (see page 30).
5. Connect black wire of the adaptor to
connection aBH on the DIN rail
- Terminal 8,9 or 10.
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6. Connect valve actuator wires to the
adaptor terminals as shown on figures.
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Installation – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Connection of external controls
A
B
C
143
A Boiler disable
B Activate boiler as last in the
boiler sequence
C External changeover between
staged/modulating burner
146
A
Boiler disable
Connect dry contact at terminals “1”
and “2” of the plug aVD.
Contact closed:
The boiler burner is disabled.
It is taken out of the boiler sequence,
i.e. isolation valve/return valve are
closed. The shunt pump/boiler circuit
pump are switched off. The heat must
be supplied by other boilers.
¨ Safety instruction!
If all boilers are disabled or no other
boilers are ready for operation, there
is no frost protection of the heating
sysytem.
B
Activate boiler as last in the boiler
sequence.
Connect dry contact at terminals “2”
and “3” of the plug aVD.
The boiler is activated as last in the
boiler sequence. The other boiler take
over the supply of heat for the heating
system. If the output of the other
boilers is not sufficient, the boiler
is activated.
Contact open:
The boiler is put back in the
current boiler sequence.
C
External changeover between
staged/modulating burner
Connect dry contact to terminals “1”
and “2” of the plug aVH.
Contact open: Modulating operation
Contact closed: Two-stage operation
The burner type must be set to
modulating in coding 1
(coding “02: 2”).
Please note:
When the burner type is scanned,
“modulating” continues to be displayed
after external changeover (the display
in not changed).
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Contact open:
The boiler is put back in the current
boiler sequence.
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Installation – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Connection of the low water cut-off device
1.Disconnect power to control and
burner
2.Remove jumper between terminals
12 and 15
3.Make connection as shown in
diagram.
aBH Power supply for accessories,
120 VAC
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aBÖ Connection for external safety
equipment, 120 VAC
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Installation – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Connection of combustion air devices
Connection of the Combustion Air
Device Adaptor
1.Disconnect power to control and
burners.
2.Install Combustion Air Device
Adaptor,
PN: 7134 563
on DIN Rail inside connection
enclosure (refer to installation
manual of Combustion Air Device
Adaptor).
3.Remove jumper between terminals
16 and 17.
4.Make connection as shown in the
diagram.
IMPORTANT
Wire BK2 must be connected to
terminal “16” and BK3 to terminal “17”
- DO NOT reverse.
A Combustion Air Device Adaptor
B DIN Rail in connection enclosure
Connection of the combustion air
blower to adaptor
Rated voltage:
120 VAC
Rating current:
max 5 FLA
Recommended connection
wire size:
AWG 14
Assure that combustion air blower
device is suitable for this application.
For detailed instruction on adaptor
installation please refer to the adaptor’s
installation manual.
D
1. Make connection as shown in the
diagram at left.
¨Safety instruction!
Provide disconnect means and
overcurrent protection as required
by local codes.
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A Combustion Air Device Adaptor
in connection enclosure
B Combustion air blower motor
C Proving switch - “normally open”
rated for 120 VAC.
D Power supply, 120 VAC
Installation – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Connection of combustion air devices (contd.)
Connection of the combustion air
damper
See damper manual for correct
installation.
Assure that the combustion air
damper is suitable for this application.
E
1. Disconnect power to control and
burner.
2. Make connection as shown in
the diagram.
A Combustion Air Device Adaptor
in connection enclosure
B Relay 120 VAC coil - field supplied
C Combustion air damper
D End switch rated for 120 VAC
wired to “normally open” terminal
on device adaptor board
E Power supply, 120 VAC
¨ Safety instruction!
Provide disconnect means and
overcurrent protection as required
by local codes.
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Note:
Spring return air dampers do not
require field supplied relay.
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Installation – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Connection of single combustion air devices on mulitple boiler system
If a single combustion air device is
required for a multiple boiler system,
a Common Combustion Air Interface
must be installed.
Rated voltage:
120 VAC
Rating current:
max 5 FLA
Recommended connection
wire size:
AWG 14
1. Install Combustion Air Device
Adaptor on each boiler.
PN: 7134 563
2. Install Common Combustion
Air Device Interface,
PN: 7134 604
as per supplied manual.
3. Make connection as shown in
the diagram at left.
A Common Combustion Air Device
Interface (wall mount)
B Combustion Air Device Adaptor
in connection enclosure on each
boiler
C Interconnecting wiring
(field supplied and connected)
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Refer to Istallation and Operating
Instructions of Common Combustion
Air Device Interface for details.
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Installation – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Connection of single combustion air devices on mulitple boiler system
Connection of the combustion air
blower
A Common Combustion Air Device
Interface
B Combustion air device motor
120VAC, 5 FLA max.
C Proving switch rated for 120 VAC
D Power supply, 120 VAC
¨Safety instruction!
Provide disconnect means and
overcurrent protection as required
by local codes.
D
See blower manual for current rating
to correctly select the fuse.
See Common Combustion Air Device
Interface manual for Installation and
Operating details.
1. Disconnect power to control and
burner.
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2. Make the connections as shown
in the diagram.
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Installation – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Connection of single combustion air damper
Connection of the combustion air
damper
A Common Combustion Air Device
Interface
B Combustion air device motor
120VAC, 5 FLA max.
C Proving switch rated for 120 VAC
D Power supply, 120 VAC
E Relay, field supplied
¨ Safety instruction!
Provide disconnect means and
overcurrent protection as required
by local codes.
E
See damper manual for current
rating to correctly select the fuse.
D
See Common Combustion Air Device
Interface manual for Installation and
Operating details.
1. Disconnect power to control and
burner.
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2. Make the connections as shown
in the diagram.
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Installation – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Connection of the compiled failure alarm
A
Rated voltage:
120 VAC 60 Hz
max. 2 FLA
Rated current:
Recommended connection
wire size:
AWG 14
1. Disconnect power to control and
burner.
2. Connect the compiled failure alarm
as shown in the diagram.
A Connect terminal strip in
connection enclosure of boiler
control
B Visual and/or audible alarm device
(120 VAC)
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B
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Installation – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Plugging in the LON communication module
Plug in the LON communication module
in accordance with the illustration in
the control unit.
Making the LON connection
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See page 69.
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Installation – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Burner connection, burner control wiring
For burners with plug-in connection
A
The burner cables are included in the
standard delivery of the Vitotronic.
Connect the burner in accordance with
applicable codes.
ATo boiler control unit
BTo burner
1.Disconnect power to burner and
boiler control.
Terminal codes
2. Connect plugs fA and plug lÖ to
respective counter plugs in boiler
control unit.
L1
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120 VAC
Phase via fixed high limit to
the burner
?
Ground connection
N
Neutral connection to the burner
T1,T2 Control circuit
S3
Connection for burner fault
indicator
B4
Connection for burner hours
counter
3. Connect the 7-pole plug fA and
the 3-pole plug lÖ to the burner.
B
A To plug-in connection in connection
enclosure
B To burner
Terminal codes
1,2,3 Control circuit ”2nd stage burner
or modulation controller” (via
two-point controller with 2-stage
operation; via three-point
controller with modulating
operation)
1
From burner
2
Modulating down
3
Modulating up/2nd stage ON
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Colour codes as applicable
BK
BN
BU
Black
Brown
Blue
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Installation – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Burner connection, burner control wiring (continued)
Caution!
This is a generic connection drawing only! Follow the burner manufacturer’s connection drawings for Viessmann
controls.
Write the terminal numbers or
markings on the drawing for future
reference.
a
b
Burner power supply not shown.
*1
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fÖ Power supply connection of control
unit 120 VAC
fA Burner, 1st stage
lÖ Burner, 2nd stage
aBÖ Plugs for external equipment
a External safety devices
(remove jumper when connecting)
b External controlled switch-off
(remove jumper when connecting)
aBA Safety circuit. Emergency
shut-off
Refer to burner manufacturer’s instruction on detailed connections for Viessmann controls.
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A Control unit
(Legend: see wiring diagram)
B 2nd stage or modulating *1
C Hours counter, stage 1 *1
D Burner fault indicator *1
E Control circuit, stage 1/
basic load *1
F Burner
Installation – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Burner connection, burner control wiring (continued)
Burner motor power supply connection
For burners with 120 VAC, 1PH power
supply and soft cable connection.
See burner manual for correct
fuse and wire gauge sizing, and
specific connections for Viessmann
controls.
1.Disconnect power to burner and
boiler control.
2.Connect 120 VAC power to the
terminals 21, 22 and 23 on the DIN
rail inside the connection enclosure.
Provide fuseable disconnect means
according to local codes.
3.Connect supplied power cable to
the motor terminals on the burner.
4.Connect cable plug to the socket
on the DIN rail in the connection
enclosure.
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A Burner motor power supply
120 VAC, 1PH
B Connection terminals and plug
inside connection enclosure
C Cable - factory supplied
D Burner
E Motor starter
F Burner motor
G Connection enclosure on
boiler control
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Installation – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Burner connection, burner control wiring (continued)
Burner motor power supply connection
For burners with 120 VAC, 1PH power
supply and connection in conduit.
See burner manual for correct fuse
and wire gauge sizing, and specific
connections for Viessmann controls.
1.Disconnect power to burner and
boiler control.
2.Connect 120 VAC power to the
terminals 21, 22 and 23 on the DIN
rail inside the connection enclosure.
Provide fuseable disconnect means
according to local codes.
3.Connect supplied power cable to
the motor terminals on the burner.
4.Connect cable plug to the socket
on the DIN rail in the connection
enclosure.
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A Burner motor power supply
120 VAC, 1PH
B Connection terminals and plug
inside connection enclosure
C Cable and conduit - factory
supplied
D Burner
E Motor starter
F Burner motor
G Connection enclosure on
boiler control
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Burner connection, burner control wiring (continued)
Burner motor power supply connection
For burners with 240 VAC, 1PH power
supply and connection in conduit.
See burner manual for correct fuse
and wire gauge sizing, and specific
connections for Viessmann controls.
1.Disconnect power to burner and
boiler control.
2.Connect 240 VAC power to the
terminals 21, 22 and 23 on the
DIN rail inside the connection
enclosure. Provide fuseable
disconnect means according to
local codes.
3.Connect supplied power cable to
the motor terminals on the burner.
4.Connect cable plug to the socket
on the DIN rail in the connection
enclosure.
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A Burner motor power supply
240 VAC, 1PH
B Connection terminals and plug
inside connection enclosure
C Cable and conduit- factory supplied
D Burner
E Motor starter
F Burner motor
G Connection enclosure on boiler
control
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Installation – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Burner connection, burner control wiring (continued)
Burner motor power supply connection
For burners with 3PH 208, 460 or
575V power supply.
See burner manual for correct fuse
and wire gauge sizing, and specific
connections for Viessmann controls.
1.Disconnect power to burner and
boiler control.
2.Connect 3PH power to the terminals
21, 22, 23 and 24 on the DIN rail
inside the connection enclosure.
Provide fuseable disconnect means
according to local codes.
3.Connect supplied power cable to
the motor terminals on the burner.
4.Connect cable plug to the socket
on the DIN rail in the connection
enclosure.
CAUTION
During commissioning check for correct
motor rotation. If motor rotates in
opposite direction than indicated on the
burner, disconnect power supply and
reverse wires BK1 and BK2 on the
burner terminals.
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A Burner motor power supply 3PH
208, 460 or 575V
B Connection terminals and plug
inside connection enclosure
C Cable and conduit - factory
supplied
D Burner
E Motor starter
F Overload
G Burner motor
H Connection enclosure
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Connection to power supply
1. Ensure that the main power supply
to the control contains overcurrent
protection with a maximum rating
of 15 A and 2 pole disconnect.
WARNING
The control must be grounded.
Ensure that “L”, “N” and “G” are
not interchanged.
L: Line
N: Neutral
G: Ground
2. Connect power supply wire to the
Connection fÖ terminals “11”, “N”
and “G” on the DIN rail inside the
connection enclosure.
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A Power supply 120 VAC, 1 PH . Provide disconnect means and overcurrent protection as per local codes
B Terminals fÖ
C Connection enclosure
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Installation – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Installing the control unit front
1. Position the front part of the housing
and clip hinges to counter-parts on
main housing.
2. Release the stay bar, open it up
and lock in position at point A.
3. Insert the flat cable from the
Optolink into plug ”X20”.
4. Insert the plug of the programming
unit into plug ”X10”. Use cable
guides in cover for routing.
5. Engage the stay bar in the front
housing.
6. Close the front of the housing.
7. Secure front housing with supplied
screws.
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8. Install cover of the connection
enclosure and support with supplied
screw.
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Installation – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Opening the control unit
1. Remove the cover of the connection
enclosure.
2. Unscrew the screws from the front
housing.
3. Swing up the front part of the
control housing.
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4. Position the stay bar so that it
supports the front housing.
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Installation – Vitotronic 333, MW1S
Installing modules
A4
A1
A3
A2
1. Install the modules in accordance
with the layout indicated on DIN
rail inside the control panel.
2. Connect the modules in accordance
with the overview
on page 58 and 59, using the
connecting cables provided.
A1 Power supply module
A2 Cascade electronic module
A3 Power module
A4 Extension module
Installing the programming unit
1. Make a cutout with the dimensions
305 × 129 mm in the front door of
the control panel.
When installing two programming
units, maintain a distance between
both of 20 mm.
4. Plug the connecting cable into the
back of the programming unit and
into the cascade electronic module
(A2).
2. Snap the frame into place.
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3. Insert the programming unit.
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Installation – Vitotronic 333, MW1S
Installing the programming unit (cont.)
1.
305
318
2.
129
139
4.
X10
X2
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X1
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Installation – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Summary of electrical connections
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F1 4A
(slow)
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Installation – Vitotronic 333, MW1S
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Summary of electrical connections
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Installation – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Summary of electrical connections
A2 Cascade electronic module
!
Outdoor temperature sensor
(accessories)
?
Common supply temperature
sensor
%
DHW tank temperature sensor
(accessories)
%B 2nd tank temperature sensor
(accessories)
aJA Temperature sensor T1
aJB Temperature sensor T2
or
temperature sensor - DHW tank
loading system
aVD External connections
aVG KM BUS users (accessories)
aVH External connections
LON Connecting cable for data
transfer between the control
units
S1
Emissions test switch S
(optional)
*1 Remove
60
A3 Power module
sÖA1 Heating circuit pump or
DHW tank loading system
sA
DHW tank pump (accessories)
sK
DHW re-circulation pump
sL
Shunt or supply pump
gÖ
Compiled failure alarm
gSA1 Three-way return elevation valve
A4 Expansion module
?M2/M3 Supply temperature sensor
sÖM2/M3 Heating circuit pump
gSM2/M3 Mixing valve actuator
A5 Programming unit
incl. connecting cable
both jumpers when connecting the emissions test circuit.
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A1 Power supply module
Power supply connection
fÖ
Installation – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Sensor connection (continued)
Outdoor temperature sensor
The outdoor temperature sensor should be mounted 2 to 2.5 metres above
ground level on the north or north-west facing wall of the building. In the case
of multi-storey buildings, it should be mounted in the upper half of the second
storey. Make sure that the sensor is not located over windows, doors and air
vents, nor immediately beneath a balcony or guttering.
Do not paint over the outdoor temperature sensor housing.
1. Remove the cap.
2. Mount the bottom part of the sensor
housing.
5.
1.
3.
3. Pull the sensor wire through the
opening in the terminal compartment
and through the strain relief
provided.
4. Connect the wires to the terminals.
5. Place the cap over the outdoor
temperature sensor.
4.
WARNING
When extending wire, there is the
possibility of exposure to
electromagnetic interference.
Avoid running wires beside or near
high voltage 120/240 VAC
conductors. If proximity to high
voltage conductors cannot be avoided,
use stranded, twisted pair or shield
design wire. Ensure that only one end
of the shielding is grounded.
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2.
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Sensor connection (continued)
Strap-on temperature sensor and immersion temperature sensor
For measuring the supply temperature.
Electrical connection
Connect in accordance with the
overview on page 58 and 59 and
the control panel wiring diagram.
Remove the plug from the sensor
cable.
2
Check the sensor
1. Disconnect the sensor from
terminals.
2. Measure resistance of sensor at
terminal ”2” of the plug.
Resistance
in Ω
30 / 86
40 / 104
60 / 140
569
592
643
3. Compare the value measured with
the current temperature. If the
value differs significantly, check
installation and, if necessary,
replace sensor.
740
720
700
Technical data
Degree of protection: IP 32
Ambient temperature
during operation:
0 to + 100 °C
32 to + 212 °F
during storage and transport:
–20 to + 170 °C
- 4 to + 158 °F
680
660
640
Resistance in Ω
Flow/return
temperature
in °C / °F
620
600
580
540
20
68
30
86
40
104
50
122
60
140
70
158
80
176
90 100
194 212
Supply temperature/return temperature in °C / °F
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Installation – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Sensor connection (continued)
Strap-on temperature sensor and immersion temperature sensor
For measuring the return temperature.
17A or 17B
Electrical connection
Connect in accordance with the
overview on page 58 and 59 and
the control panel wiring diagram.
Remove the plug from the sensor
cable.
Check the sensor
1. Disconnect the sensor from
terminals.
2. Measure resistance of sensor at
terminals ”1” and ”2” of the plug.
17A or 17B
Resistance
in Ω
30 / 86
40 / 104
60 / 140
569
592
643
3. Compare the value measured with
the current temperature. If the
value differs significantly, check
installation and, if necessary,
replace sensor.
740
720
700
Technical data
Degree of protection: IP 32
Ambient temperature
during operation:
0 to + 100 °C
32 to + 212 °F
during storage and transport:
–20 to + 170 °C
- 4 to + 158 °F
680
660
640
Resistance in Ω
Flow/return
temperature
in °C / °F
620
600
580
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560
540
20
68
30
86
40
104
50
122
60
140
70
158
80
176
90 100
194 212
Supply temperature/return temperature in °C / °F
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Sensor connection (continued)
DHW tank temperature sensor
The sensor measures the domestic hot
water tank temperature.
5
Heating systems with domestic hot
water heating (single-boiler systems
only)
Check the sensor
1. Disconnect the sensor from the
terminals.
1. Install the DHW tank temperature
sensor.
2. Measure resistance of sensor at
terminals ”1” and ”2” of the plug.
See installation instructions
for domestic hot water tank
Please note:
When installing the sensor in DHW
tanks of other makes, make sure
that the sensor is pressed against
the sensor well of the DHW tank
by means of a suitable device.
2. Ensure that the maximum
permissible domestic hot water
temperature is not exceeded. If
necessary, install a suitable safety
device for this purpose.
720
700
DHW tank
temperature
in °C / °F
Resistance
in Ω
40 / 104
50 / 122
60 / 140
578
597
616
3. Compare the value measured with
the current temperature. If the
value differs significantly, check
installation and, if necessary,
replace sensor.
Technical data
Degree of protection: IP 32
Ambient temperature
during operation:
0 to + 90 °C
32 to + 194 °F
during storage and transport:
-20 to + 170 °C
- 4 to + 158 °F
680
Electrical connection
Connect in accordance with the
overview on page 58 and 59 and
the control panel wiring diagram.
Remove the plug from the sensor cable.
660
640
620
Heating systems without domestic
hot water heating
Do not connect the DHW tank
temperature sensor.
580
560
540
0
32
20
68
40
104
60
140
80
176
DHW tank temperature in °C / °F
64
100
212
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Resistance in
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Installation – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Connection of the pumps
Available pump connections
sÖ Heating circuit pump or common supply pump, DHW tank loading system on A3
or
heating circuit pump, mixing valve circuits M2, M3 on A4
sA DHW tank loading pump on A3
sK DHW re-circulation pump on A3
sL Shunt pump or supply pump on A3
Implement the connection on A3 or A4
in accordance with the overview on
page 58 and 59 and the control panel
wiring diagram.
Connection of modulating valve actuators
Implement the connection gS on A3 or
A4 in accordance with the overview on
page 58 and 59 and the control panel
wiring diagram.
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Use as:
Actuator for mixing valve for DHW
tank loading system on A3
Actuator, mixing valve circuit
M2/M3 on A4
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Connection of external contacts
Implement the connection aVD/aVH on
A2 in accordance with the overview on
page 58 and 59 and the control panel
wiring diagram.
C
B
Dry contacts:
A External heating program
changeover/
external ”Mixing valve open”
B External blocking/
external ”Mixing valve close”
A
C External heat demand
5 4 3 2 1
X6
A External heating program
changeover or mixing valve “open”
B External disable/external mixing
valve “closed”
The manually pre-selected heating
program can be changed via this
contact, (see table below) enabling
the mixing valves to be opened.
Closing the dry contact causes the
burner to shut down or the mixing
valve to be closed.
Allocated boiler or shunt pumps are
switched OFF, and isolation valves
are closed.
Allocation of the heating circuits via
coding address 91 and 9A.
Allocation to the heating circuits via
coding address 99.
The function “mixing valve closed”
has priority over “mixing valve open”.
C External heat demand
Closing the dry contact starts the boiler
burners subject to load via a set point
temperature (coding address 9b) on
Vitotronic 300-K.
The supply temperature is limited
via the set min. and max. supply
temperature.
¨Heating circuits are no longer frost
protected during mixing valve cosed.
A minimum boiler return temperature
is not maintained during external
disabling.
Changed heating program
(with closed contact)
Manually pre-selected
heating program
(with open contact)
Coding 2
9
Room heating OFF/
DHW OFF
d5 : 0
(factory
default)
<–> Continuous operation with reduced room temperature/DHW OFF
Room heating OFF/
DHW ON
d5 : 1
<–> Continuous operation with normal room temperature/DHW in
accordance with coding address 64
or
w
or
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rw Room heating ON/
DHW ON
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Connection of the compiled failure alarm
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Implement the connection in
accordance with the overview on
page 58 and 59 and control panel
wiring diagram.
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Installation – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Making the LON connection
The Viessmann LON system is designed for the Line BUS topology with end of line resistors on both ends.
Connection with Viessmann LON cable
A
A
C
A
7 m / 23 ft
7 m / 23 ft
B
C
B
A Control unit or Vitocom
B LON cable, part no. 7143 495
C End of line resistor (standard
delivery of Vitotronic 300-K,
MW1S)
P/N: 7143 497
Connection with
Viessmann LON cable and
Viessmann LON coupling
A
C
A
7 m / 23 ft
B
D
7 m / 23 ft
B
7 m / 23 ft
D
7 m / 23 ft
B
D
7 m / 23 ft
B
C End of line resistor (standard
delivery of Vitotronic 300-K,
MW1S)
7 m / 23 ft
D
C
B
D LON coupling, part no. 7143 496
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A Control unit or Vitocom
B LON cable, part no. 7143 495,
(max. 3 cables between
two devices)
B
A
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Installation – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Making the LON connection (cont.)
Connection with
Viessmann LON cable,
on-site cable for extensions up to 900 m / 3000 ft.
A
C
A
E
E
7 m / 23 ft
A
E
7 m / 23 ft
B
B
E
7 m / 23 ft
7 m / 23 ft
B
F
C
B
D
max. 900 m / 3000 ft.
Please note:
The Viessmann LON system always
requires the two wires and shielding.
Wires are interchangeable.
Observe the requirements for cabling
and operation of the LON interface
FTT-10A (see www.echelon.com).
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A Control unit or Vitocom
B LON cable, part no. 7143 495
C End of line resistor (standard
delivery of Vitotronic 300-K,
MW1S)
D Up to 99 participants and the
corresponding number of junction
boxes and cables
E Junction box
F Connecting cable (on site)
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Power supply
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Implement the connection in
accordance with the overview on
page 58 and 59 and control panel
wiring diagram.
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Initial start-up
Steps
Page
1. Checking the heating circuit allocation (Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S) .....................................................................................................................................................................72
2. Changing the display language selection (Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S, if necessary) ....................................................................................................................72
3. Checking the fixed high limit (Vitotronic 100) ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................72
4. Connecting control units into the LON system ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................73
5. Carrying out a participant check (Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S) .......................................................................................................................................................................................76
6. Match the coding addresses to the respective system version.................................................................................................................................................................................77
7. Checking outputs (actuators) and sensors...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................80
8. Selecting the boiler sequence (Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S).................................................................................................................................................................................................81
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9. Adjusting the heating curve (Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S)......................................................................................................................................................................................................82
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Initial start-up
Further step-by-step instructions
Checking the heating circuit allocation (Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S)
1
2
3
Boiler temperature
61
Check whether the label for heating
circuit allocation has been affixed to
the corresponding field of the
programming unit.
Press the corresponding button
before commencing any adjustments.
Changing the display language selection (Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S)
1. Press
1
2
3
.
3. Confirm with
.
Outside temperature
12
2. Select the required language
with
.
Checking the fixed high limit (Vitotronic 100)
After the burner has been shut down
by the fixed high limit,
release button TÜV, the display will
show fault D4
wait until the boiler water
temperature has fallen 15 to 20˚C /
25 to 35 ˚F below the set safety
temperature, then reset the fixed high
limit by pressing button E; fault D4
will clear from the display.
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Hold down the test button during this
test TÜV; a minimum supply rate must
be present.
The minimum boiler flow rate should be
10% of the boiler flow rate at rated
output.
Reduce the heat consumption as far as
possible. The adjustable high limit R is
now bypassed.
The burner remains switched ON until
the boiler water temperature has
reached the safety temperature and
the fixed high limit (STB) has switched
OFF.
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Initial start-up
Further step-by-step instructions (cont.)
Connecting control units to the LON system
The LON communication module must be plugged in (see page 46).
Please note:
Data transfer via the LON system can take several minutes.
Vitotronic 100, GC1
1. Setting the system type
Set coding 1 to 01 : 2.
Coding 1, see page 138.
2. Setting the boiler number
In coding 1, set the boiler number via
coding address 07.
3. Setting the LON participant number
In coding 1, set the participant
number via coding address 77.
Please note:
In a LON system, the same number
cannot be allocated twice.
Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
1. Setting the number of boilers
In coding 1, set coding address 35.
Coding 1, see page 148.
Please note:
In a LON system, the same number
cannot be allocated twice.
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2. Setting the LON participant number
In coding 1, set the LON participant
number via coding address 77
(factory default condition 77 : 5).
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Initial start-up
Further step-by-step instructions (cont.)
Updating the LON particpant list on Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Only possible if all participants are connected and the control unit is programmed as fault manager (coding 79 : 1, factory
default condition)
Please note:
In each heating system, only one Vitotronic may be encoded as fault manager.
simultaneously for
1. Press w and
approx. 2 seconds.
The participant check is initiated
(see page 76).
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2. Press D.
The participant list is updated after
approx. 2 minutes.
The participant check is completed.
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Initial start-up
Further step-by-step instructions (cont.)
Example of a multi-boiler system
VitotronicLON
100
Vitotronic LON
100
Vitotronic 333
LON
Participant no. 1
Coding
77 : 1
Participant no. 2
Set coding
77 : 2
Boiler number 1
Coding
07 : 1
Boiler number 2
Set coding
07 : 2
––
Viessmann system number
Coding
98 : 1
Participant no. 5
Coding
77 : 5
Participant no. 99
––
––
Number of connected boilers
Set coding
35 : 2
––
Viessmann system number
Coding
98 : 1
Viessmann system number
Coding
98 : 1
––
Fault monitoring LON
participant
Coding
9C : 20
Fault monitoring LON
participant
Coding
9C : 20
––
––
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Remote monitoring LON
participant
Coding
9C : 20
Vitocom
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Initial start-up
Further step-by-step instructions (cont.)
Carrying out a participant check (Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S)
The communication with the system devices connected to the fault manager is tested with a participant check.
Preconditions:
The control unit must be encoded as fault manager (coding 79 : 1).
The LON participant number must be encoded in all control units (see page 73).
The fault manager participant list must be up to date (see page 74).
Participant Check
simultaneously
1. Press w and
for approx. two seconds.
2. Select the required participant with
and
.
Participant Check
F011 : 01
5. Press w and
simultaneously
for approx. one second.
.
3. Activate checking with
Check flashes until its completion.
The display and all button
illuminations of the selected
participant flash for approx.
60 seconds.
Check OK flashes during
communication between both
devices.
Check not OK is displayed, if
communication is not established.
Check the LON connection (see
page 70) and coding (see page 75).
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Consecutive
list number
Participant
number
4. For checking further participants,
proceed as described under
items 2 and 3.
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Initial start-up
Further step-by-step instructions (cont.)
Matching coding addresses to respective system version
Vitotronic 100
In coding 1, set the following coding
addresses:
01 Multi-boiler system
02 Burner type
03 Oil or gas operation
07 Boiler number
In coding 2, set the following coding
addresses:
0C Return temperature control
0d Therm-Control
4C Function plug sÖ
4d Function plug sL
4E Function plug gS
77 LON participant number
98 Viessmann system number
Vitotronic 333, MW1S
A5
C5
C6
Heating circuit pump logic
function (economy circuit)
Minimum limit of the heating
circuit supply temperature
Maximum limit of the heating
circuit supply temperature
In coding 2, set the following coding
addresses:
39 Permanent lead boiler
3A Permanent last boiler
4C Function plug sÖ
4d
4E
55
77
7A
7F
98
Function plug sL
Function plug gS
Function DHW temperature
control
LON participant number
Central control
Detached house or apartment
building
Viessmann system number
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In coding 1, set the following coding
addresses:
00 System design
35 Number of boilers in the cascade
36 Minimum supply temperature limit
of the cascade
37 Maximum limit of the cascade
supply temperature
3b Control type
3C Control strategy
40 Actuator run time
A2 DHW priority
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Initial start-up
Further step-by-step instructions (cont.)
Matching the control unit to a two stage burner (Vitotronic 100, GC1)
1. Start up the burner.
2. Set the override switch to
.
3. Determine the maximum burner
output through the fuel
consumption.
Record the relevant value.
4. Set the override switch
to a.
5. Press 9 and
simultaneously
for approx. two seconds.
Relay test is activated.
6. Activate the burner stage 1 ON
(display shows: 4).
function with
7. Determine the minimum burner
output (basic load) through the
fuel consumption.
Record the relevant value.
8. Press
.
Relay test is completed.
9. Set the determined values in
coding 1, see the table below
and page 138.
Address Setting the:
Units and tens of the determined maximum output;
e.g. max. output: 225 kW – set here: 25
values including 199 kW can be entered directly
09
Hundreds of the determined maximum output;
e.g. max. output: 225 kW – set here: 2
0A
Relationship between basic output and max. output in percent; e.g.
basic output: 135 kW
max. output: 225 kW
135 kW x100 % = 60 %
225 kW
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08
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Initial start-up
Further step-by-step instructions (cont.)
Matching the control unit to a modulating burner (Vitotronic 100, GC1)
Please note:
The burner must be fully adjusted. To achieve a wide modulating range, set the minimum output as low as possible
(observe the chimney and flue gas system).
1. Start up the burner.
2. Set the override switch to
.
3. Wait until the burner actuator is
set to maximum output.
4. Determine the maximum burner
output through the fuel
consumption.
Record the relevant value.
5. Press 9 and
simultaneously
for approx. two seconds.
Relay test is activated.
6. Activate the mod. burner close
(display shows: 4),
function with
and set the override switch to a.
Check the time it takes until the
actuator is at minimum output.
Record the relevant value.
7. Determine the minimum burner
output (basic load) through the
fuel consumption.
Record the relevant value.
8. Activate the mod. burner open
function with
(display
shows: 2), and set mod. burner
neutral function (display shows: 3)
using
, after 1/3 of the time
checked under item 6 (stop burner
module controller).
9. Determine the partial output
through the fuel consumption.
Record the relevant value.
10. Press
.
Relay test is completed.
11. Set the determined values in
coding 1, see the table below
and on page 138.
Address Setting of
Units and tens of the determined maximum output;
e.g. max. output: 225 kW – set here: 25
values including 199 kW can be entered directly.
09
Hundreds of the determined maximum output;
e.g. max. output: 225 kW – set here: 2
15
Determined run time in seconds
0A
Relationship between basic output and max. output in percent; e.g.
basic output: 72 kW
max. output: 225 kW
72 kW x100 % = 32 %
225 kW
05
Relationship between partial output and max. output in percent; e.g.
partial output: 171 kW
max. output: 225 kW
171 kW x100 % = 76 %
225 kW
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79
Initial start-up
Further step-by-step instructions (cont.)
Checking outputs (actuators) and sensors
Vitotronic 100
Relay test
1234567
simultaneously for
1. Press 9 and
approx. two seconds.
3. Press
.
2. Select the relay outputs
with
or
.
The following relay outputs may be selected:
Display
indication
Relay function
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
11
Burner or stage 1 ON
Burner stage 1 and 2 ON or modulation up
Burner modulation neutral
Burner stage 1 ON (modulation down)
Output 20 ON
Output 29 ON
Output 52 open
Output 52 neutral
Output 52 close
Central fault message ON
Check sensors
1234567
1. Press
.
Scanning operating conditions is
active, see page 88.
3. Press
.
Scanning is completed.
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2. Scan the actual temperature with
or
.
80
Initial start-up
Further step-by-step instructions (cont.)
Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Relay test
1
2
Relay test
1. Press 9 and
simultaneously for
approx. two seconds.
3. Press
.
3
2. Select the relay outputs
or
.
with
The following relay outputs may be selected:
Output 20 ON
Output 29 ON
Output 52 open
Output 52 ntr.
Output 52 close
DHW tank heating pump ON
DHW recirculation pump ON
Heating pump (M2) ON
Heating pump (M3) ON
Mixing
Mixing
Mixing
Mixing
valve
valve
valve
valve
(M2)
(M2)
(M3)
(M3)
open
close
open
close
Please note:
The illuminated heating circuit selector
button indicates the corresponding
heating circuit.
Central fault display ON
Check sensors
1
Relay test
2
3
.
1. Press
Scanning operating conditions is
active, see page 93.
3. Press
.
Scanning is completed.
2. Scan the actual temperature with
or
.
Selecting the boiler sequence (Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S)
1
2
3
Relay test
1. If required:
In coding 2, set coding addresses 39
(permanent lead boiler) and 3A
(permanent last boiler).
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2. Press
and
simultaneously for
approx. two seconds.
4. Press
.
The adjustment has been
transferred.
5. In coding 2, set the coding
addresses 38, 41, 42, 43 and 44;
see also the function description.
3. Select the required boiler sequence
with
or
.
By pressing
and
simultaneously, you can exit the
adjustment without saving any
modifications made.
81
Initial start-up
Further step-by-step instructions (cont.)
Adjusting the heating curve (Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S)
The heating curves illustrate the relationship between the outdoor temperature and the boiler water or the supply
temperature. To put it simply: The lower the outdoor temperature, the higher the boiler water or supply temperature.
The room temperature again depends on the boiler water or the supply temperature.
Factory default settings:
Slope: = 1.4
Shift:
=0
Generally, the heating curve is set:
in range A for underfloor heating systems,
in range B for low temperature heating systems (according to the Energy Savings Order),
in range C for heating systems with boiler water temperatures above 75 ˚C / 167 ˚F.
2.4
2.6
2.8
3.2
3.0
3.4
Slope
110/230
2.2
Supply tempertaure in ºC / ºF
100/212
2.0
1.8
90/194
1.6
80/176
1.4
70/158
1.2
60/140
1.0
50/122
0.8
0.6
40/104
0.4
35
95
30
86
30/86
25
77
20
68
0.2
10
50
10
50
Set room temperature in ºC / ºF
5
41
0
-5 -10 -15 -20
32
-4
23 14
5
Outdoor temperature in ºC / ºF
5
41
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59
82
Initial start-up
Further step-by-step instructions (cont.)
Changing slope and shift
(for every heating circuit separately)
1. Call up slope with ,
adjustable value 0.2 to 3.5;
call up shift with ;
adjustable value –13 to +40 °C /
8.6 to 104 °F.
1
Slope
2
3
2. Change the value with
3. Confirm the set value with
or
.
.
3.5
Supply temperature in °C / °F
110
230
B
1.4
A
0.2
+20 / 68
-20 / -4
Outdoor temperature in °C / °F
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A Change slope
B Change shift
83
Initial start-up
Further step-by-step instructions (cont.)
Adjusting the normal room temperature
(for every heating circuit separately)
1
2
3
Standard room temp.
20
1
2
3
Reduced room temp.
14
Normal room temperature:
Select the normal day temperature
with the set value adjuster.
The value will be automatically
transferred after approx. 2 seconds.
Reduced room temperature:
1. Call up the reduced night
temperature with tm.
2. Change the value with
3. Confirm the set value with
or
.
.
Temperature conversion:
˚C
-20
5
14
20
26
110
D
E
D
˚F
-4
41
57
68
79
230
E
Example 2:
Adjustment of the reduced room
temperature from 5 to 14 ˚C /
41 to 57 ˚F.
A Boiler water temperature or
supply temperature in ˚C / ˚F
B Outdoor temperature in ˚C / ˚F
C Set room temperature in ˚C / ˚F
D Heating circuit pump OFF
E Heating circuit pump ON
Accordingly, the heating curve is
adjusted along the set room temperature
axis, resulting in modified start/shutdown
characteristics for the heating circuit
pumps, if the heating circuit pump logic
is active.
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Example 1:
Adjustment of the normal room
temperature from 20 to 26 ˚C /
68 to 79 ˚F.
84
Service scanning – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Service level summary
Function
Entry
Exit
Page
Relay test
Press the 9 and “OK”
Press the “OK” button
buttons simultaneously for
approx. two seconds
80
Temperatures,
boiler coding card
and brief scans
Press the 9 and rw
Press the “OK” button
buttons simultaneously for
approx. 2 seconds
86
Operating
conditions
Press the button
Press the button
88
Maintenance
requirement
indication
Press the “OK” button
89
Troubleshooting
Press the “OK” button
95
Error history
Press the rw and “OK” Press the “OK” button
buttons simultaneously for
approx. 2 seconds
98
Resetting codings
to the factory
settings
Press the w and rw
buttons simultaneously for
approx. two seconds,
press D
Coding 1
Press the 9 and w
Press the 9 and w buttons simultaneously for approx. 1 second
buttons simultaneously for
approx. 2 seconds
138
Coding 2
Press the w and rw
Press the w and rw buttons simultaneously for approx. 1
buttons simultaneously for second
approx. 2 seconds
140
137
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85
Service scanning – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Temperatures, boiler coding card and brief scans
1234567
1. Press 9 and rw simultaneously
for approx. two seconds.
3. Press
.
2. Select the required scan
with
or
.
Subject to the system equipment level, the following values can be scanned:
(for scans, see table below):
Display
indication
Explanation
08888
18888
28888
3__65 °C
4_888
8_230 °C
Scan 0
––
Scan 1
––
Scan 2
––
c1010
b_8d8
l_888
Co8888
Boiler coding card
––
Scan b/d
––
Scan L
––
Scan o
––
Set boiler water temperature
Scan 4
Effective set value including boiler protection
––
See coding address 1F; can be reset to the actual
value with D
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Maximum flue gas temperature
Notes
86
Service scanning – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Temperatures, boiler coding card and brief scans (cont.)
Scans
F8
8
8
8
8
0
LON participant number
Software version –
communication
co-processor
1
Subnet address/system number
Node address
2
Number of LON participants
Software version – LON communication module
4
N/A
System design 1 or 2;
Display according to the
coded system,
see page 140
b
N/A
Burner
0 = OFF
1 = Stage 1/basic load
2 = Stage 2/
full load
l
N/A
Output reduction
0 = OFF; 1 to 100%
o
Equipment recognition
hexa-decimal: A0
decimal: 160
Software version –
programming unit
d
SNVT configuration
0 = Auto
1 = Tool
Software version –
control unit
isolation valve
0 = OFF
1 = Pre-heating
2 = Control close
3 = Control
4 = Control open
5 = Open
6 = Time delay
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Test code for Viessmann service technicians
87
Service scanning – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Scanning operating conditions
1. Press
.
3. Press
.
1234567
2. Select the required operating
condition scan with
or
.
The following values can be scanned subject to the actual system layout:
Display
indication
Explanation
0__01
3__65 ˚C
6__55 ˚C
LON participant number
––
Boiler temperature
––
Temperature at sensor “17A”
Only with Therm-Control temperature sensor or
with temperature sensor T1
8_190 ˚C
9__60 ˚C
Flue gas temperature
Only with flue gas temperature sensor
Temperature at sensor “17B”
Only with temperature sensor T2
|
Burner run hours
Stage 1
The run hours can be reset to 0 with D. The run
hours displayed are only approximate values
63572 h
09572 h
Burner run hours
Stage 2
|||
Burner starts
||
The burner starts can be reset to 0 with D
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Notes
88
Service scanning – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Scanning and resetting maintenance displays
After limits have been reached, which were set up via coding addresses 1F, 21 and 23 (see page 143), the programming unit
display flashes one of the following messages.
Please note:
Set coding 24 : 1 and then coding 24 : 0, if maintenance is implemented before a maintenance message is displayed; the
set maintenance parameters for run hours and periods are then reset to 0.
12 3 4 5 67
Display
indication
Explanation
1. Scan maintenance messages with
or
.
a_245 ˚C
Max. flue gas
temperature has been
reached
.
2. Press
The maintenance indication in the
display is cleared.
35510 h
Burner run hours have
been reached
___12 u
Time interval
(e.g. 12 months)
has been reached
Please note:
An acknowledged maintenance
message can be redisplayed by
pressing
(approx. three seconds).
After maintenance has been carried out
1. Reset coding 24 : 1 (see page 144) to
24 : 0.
Please note:
If coding address 24 is not reset, a
new maintenance message will be
displayed on Monday morning.
1234567
2. If required:
Press
Reset burner run hours and burner
starts with D
(see page 88)
Press
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3. If required:
Press 9 and rw simultaneously
for approx. four seconds
Reset maximum flue gas
temperature (8) with D
(see page 86)
Press
89
Service scans – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Service level summary
Function
Entry
Exit
Page
Adjusting display
contrast
Press the “OK” and “+”
buttons simultaneously;
the display will darken
––
––
Press the “OK” and “-” buttons
simultaneously;
the display will get lighter
––
––
Participant check
Press the w and “OK” buttons
simultaneously for approx.
2 seconds
Press the w and “OK” buttons simultaneously for approx. 1 sec
76
Relay test
Press the 9 and “OK” buttons
simultaneously for approx. two
seconds
Press the “OK” button
81
Boiler sequence
Press the g and û buttons
simultaneously for approx. two
seconds
Press the “OK” button
81
Temperatures and
scans
Press 9 and rw
simultaneously for approx. 2
seconds
Press the “OK” button
91
Operating status
Press the button
Press the button
93
Maintenance
requirement
indication
(if maintenance flashes)
Press the “OK” button
94
Troubleshooting
Press the button
Press the “OK” button
99
Error history
Press the rw and “OK”
buttons simultaneously for
approx. 2 seconds
Press the “OK” button
105
Resetting codings Press the w and rw buttons
to factory settings simultaneously for approx.
2 seconds; press the D button;
confirm by pressing the “OK”
button
––
147
Press 9 and w simultaneously
for approx. 2 seconds
Press the 9 and w buttons simultaneously for approx. 1 sec
148
Coding 2
Press the w and rw buttons
simultaneously for approx. two
seconds; confirm by pressing the
“OK” button
Press the w and rw buttons simultaneously for approx. 1 sec
151
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Coding 1
90
Service scans – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Temperatures and brief scans
1
2
3
Outside temp. adj.
-5
1. Press 9 and rw simultaneously
for approx. 2 seconds.
2. Select the required scan
with
or
.
3. Press
The following values can be scanned subject to the actual equipment level:
Outdoor temperature dampened
Actual outdoor temperature
Boiler sequence
Actual % output boiler 1 to 4
Output red. %
Integral
The dampened outdoor temperature
can be reset to the actual outdoor
temperature with D
Boiler output – actual value
at –1 to –100 start-up integral in
percent; at 1 to 100 shutdown
integral in percent (| – arrow above
the word, when the integral
increases)
Actual boiler temp. boiler 1 to 4
Sensor 17A actual
Sensor 17B actual
Set DHW temp.
Actual DHW temp.
Display only if a sensor is connected
Actual DHW temp. 1
Actual DHW temp. 2
Display only if a DHW tank sensor is
connected
Display only if two DHW tank
temperature sensors are connected
Set supply temp.
Actual supply temp.
Set room temp.
Actual room temp.
Display only if a remote control unit
is installed
Scans 1 to 7, see page 92
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Scan 1
to
Scan 8
Display only if a supply temperature
sensor is connected
91
8
8
8
8
8
Scan
1
Display acc. to
system designs (ssee coding
address 00)
N/A
Number of KM
BUS
participants
N/A
N/A
2
Software version
control unit
Software version
programming
unit
Software version
mixing valve
extension M2
Printed Circuit
Board
N/A
Software version
mixing valve
extension M3
Printed Circuit
Board
Software version
Plug-in adaptor
for ext. safety
equipment
3
Operating mode
sys. circuit A1
0 w/o remote
control
1 with
Vitotrol 200
2 with
Vitotrol 300
Software version
remote control
system circuit
A1
Operating mode
mixing valve
circuit M2
0 w/o remote
control
1 with
Vitotrol 200
2 with
Vitotrol 300
Software version
remote control
mixing valve
circuit M2
Operating mode
mixing valve
circuit M3
0 w/o remote
control
1 with
Vitotrol 200
2 with
Vitotrol 300
Software version
remote control
mixing valve
circuit M3
4
5
6
7
8
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N//A
LON participant nu
umber
Subnet address/system number
Software version Software version
SNVT
communication neuron chip
configuration
co-processor
0 = Auto
1 = Tool
Node address
Device identificatiio
on*1
hexa-decimal: b8 / decimal: 184
N/A
N/A
N/A
Number of
LON participants
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
md
urre
Maximum system
design temperatu
Service scans – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
8
Temperatures and brief scans (cont.)
92
Scan
Service scans – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Scanning operating conditions
1. Press
1
2
3
.
Outside temperature
12
2. Select the required scan
with
or
.
3. Press
.
The following values can be scanned subject to the actual equipment level:
Participant number
Holiday program with departure
and return date
Holiday program active
Outdoor temperature
Boiler sequence
Common supply temperature
Boiler temp. 1 to 4
Sensor 17A
Sensor 17B
DHW temperature
DHW temperature 1
DHW temperature 2
Supply temperature
Return temperature
Room temperature
If a central holiday program is active
Actual value boilers 1 to 4
Display only if a sensor is connected
Display only if a DHW tank sensor
is connected
Display only if two DHW tank
temperature sensors are connected
Display only in conjunction with
mixing valve circuits
Display only if a remote control unit
is installed
Position detail in %
Position detail in %.
Each language can be selected
as permanent display language
with
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Time
Date
Output 20 ON/OFF
Output 29 ON/OFF
Output 52 open/close
DHW tank heating pump ON/OFF
DHW recirculation pump ON/OFF
Heating pump ON/OFF
Mixing valve open/closed
Languages
If a holiday program has been entered
93
Service scans – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Scanning and resetting maintenance display
Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S displays a maintenance message if:
Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S has been encoded as fault manager (coding 79 : 1)
and
a maintenance message is displayed at a connected Vitotronic 100, GC1.
1
2
1. Press
.
Maintenance
3
2. Scan maintenance messages
with
or
.
3. Press
.
Display reads Acknowledge: Yes
Confirm with
.
The maintenance message in the
display is cleared.
MMaintenance
1: 04
Please note:
An acknowledged maintenance
message can be re-displayed by
(approx. 3 seconds).
pressing
4. Acknowledge the maintenance
display at the appropriate
Vitotronic 100, GC1 see page 89.
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U Fault symbol
1 Consecutive number (1 to 10)
04 LON participant number
Please note:
If coding address 24 on Vitotronic 100,
GC1 is not reset after the maintenance
has been carried out, Maintenace will
be re-displayed the following Monday
morning at both control units
94
Troubleshooting – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Faults displayed at the programming unit
1234567
A
Red fault lamp A flashes for all faults.
A fault code flashes in the display if
a fault message has been issued
(see page 96).
Call up further fault codes
with
or
.
A fault can be acknowledged
. The fault message in the
with
display will be hidden, but red fault
lamp A continues to flash. A central
fault messaging device connected to
plug gÖ will be switched OFF.
The fault message will be re-displayed
if an acknowledged fault message has
not been removed by the following
morning.
1 Consecutive fault number
38 Fault code
U Fault symbol
Vitotronic 100 as fault manager
Any fault or maintenance message
on another LON participant is shown
on the left hand side of the display.
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ee External fault/maintenance
01 LON participant number of the
device with a fault/maintenance
requirement
U Fault symbol
Calling up acknowledged fault
messages
for approx. 3 seconds.
Press
The fault will then be displayed.
Select the acknowledged fault
or
.
with
95
Troubleshooting – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Faults displayed at the programming unit (cont.)
Fault
code
System characteristics
Cause
Remedy
0f
Control mode
Maintenance
0F is only displayed in the error
history
Carry out maintenance
Please note:
After maintenance, set
coding 24 : 0.
30
Burner is started and stopped via
a adjustable high limit
Short circuit
Boiler temperature sensor
Check boiler temperature sensor
(see page 122)
38
68
70
Boiler with maximum temperature,
no output reduction; return control
to
Short circuit
Temperature sensor aJA
Shunt pump constantly ON
Short circuit
Temperature sensor aJB
78
Open circuit
Temperature sensor aJA
Check temperature sensor
(see page 123).
Set coding 4A : 0, if no sensor
is connected.
Open circuit
Temperature sensor aJB
Check temperature sensor
(see page 123).
Set coding 4b : 0, if no sensor
is connected.
aa
Control mode
Therm-Control configuration error
Plug aJA of Therm-Control
temperature sensor not plugged-in
Insert plug aJA
coding 0d : 0 must be set for
Vitocrossal
ac
Control mode
Return temperature control
configuration error:
Coding OC : 1 has been set, but
plug aJA not plugged-in
and/or
coding 4E : 0 not set
Insert plug aJA and check coding
ad
Isolation valve configuration error:
Coding OC : 2, OC : 3 or OC : 4 set,
and
coding 4E : 1 not set
With isolation valve:
Set coding 4E : 0
Without isolation valve:
Set coding 0C : 0 or 0C : 1
b0
Short circuit
Flue gas temperature sensor
Check flue gas temperature sensor
(see page 124)
b1
Communication error –
programming unit
Check connections and replace
programming unit if necessary
Internal electronics fault
Check Printed Circuit Board or
replace if necessary
b4
b5
b6
Emissions test mode
Constant mode
Invalid hardware recognised
Check the control software circuit
board and confirm the coding address:
- Enter coding 2 (see page 140
for instructions).
- Change code 8A to 176.
- Confirm coding 92:160
b7
Boiler is regulated by adjustable
high limit
Internal error – boiler coding card
Plug in boiler coding card or replace
if faulty
(see page 30)
96
Control mode
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60
Open circuit
Boiler temperature sensor
Troubleshooting – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Faults displayed at the programming unit (cont.)
Fault
code
System characteristics
Cause
Remedy
b8
Control mode
Flue gas temperature sensor open
circuit
Check flue gas temperature sensor
(see page 124)
Incorrect LON communication
module
Replace communication module
(see page 121)
bf
c1
Boiler cools down
External safety device
Check connection on plug aBÖ and
external safety equipment
c4
Control mode
Input Module
0 to 10V incorrectly connected
Connect Input Module 0 to 10 V to
Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S and set
coding 9d : 0 on Vitotronic 100
c8
Boiler cools down
Error
Low water cut off device
Check water level of system; reset
low water cut-off device
(see page 39)
Error
Maximum pressure limiter
Check system pressure; reset
maximum pressure limiter
c9
ca
Boiler cools down
Error
Minimum or maximum pressure
limiter 2
Check system pressure; reset
minimum or maximum pressure
limiter
cb
Boiler cools down
Error
External fixed high limit or
temperature limiter
Check system temperature; reset
fixed high limit (see page 31)
ce
Control mode
Communication error
Plug-in adaptor for external safety
equipment
Check plug-in adaptor for external
safety equipment and connecting
cable
Without plug-in adaptor:
Set coding 94 : 0
Error
LON communication module
Replace communication module
(see page 121)
Burner fault
Check burner
Fixed high limit has responded or
fuse F2 has blown
Check fixed high limit or burner,
burner loop and fuse F2
(see page 31)
Fault in plug-in adaptor for external
safety equipment:
to DE1
Check electrical connections on DE1
to DE3
cf
d1
d4
Boiler cools down
Control mode
to DE2
to DE3
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d6
d7
d8
97
Troubleshooting – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Viewing fault codes from the fault memory (error history)
1234567
simultaneously
1. Press rw and
for approx. 2 seconds.
2. Call up the individual fault codes
with
or
.
Order of fault
codes occurred
1
..
.
10
Fault code
Last fault code
..
.
10th last fault
code
All saved fault codes can be deleted
with D.
.
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3. Press
98
Troubleshooting – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Faults displayed at the programming unit
1
2
Fault
Fr
57
3
A
Red fault indicator A flashes for
all faults.
Outdoor temp. sensor
DBG- 1
1 10
Finding the fault
1. Press
.
Fault
DBG- 1
If a fault message is recognized,
the display flashes Fault.
2 d5
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DBGU Fault symbol
2 Consecutive number (1 to 10)
d5 Fault code (for explanations see
from page 100)
2. Call up further fault codes
with
or
.
The fault can be acknowledged with
. The fault message in the display
will be hidden, but red fault lamp A
continues to flash. A new fault
message will be displayed if an
acknowledged fault is not removed
by the following morning.
A central fault messaging device
connected to plug gÖ will be
activated.
99
Troubleshooting – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Faults displayed at the programming unit (cont.)
Fault display in plain text
Ext. fault
Outdoor temperature sensor
Supply sensor
DHW tank sensor (1 or 2; display
only, if a second DHW tank
temperature sensor is connected)
Sensor 17A
Sensor 17B
Room temperature sensor
Participant fault (display only if
control unit is programmed as fault
manager)
Calling up acknowledged fault
messages
Press
for approx. 3 seconds.
The fault will then be displayed.
Select the acknowledged fault
or
.
with
Fault
code
System characteristics
Cause
Remedy
0f
Control mode
Maintenance
“0F” is only displayed in error
history
Carry out maintenance
Please note:
After maintenance, set coding 24 : 0
10
Activates after 0 ˚C / 32 ˚F outdoor Short circuit
Outdoor temperature sensor
temperature
18
Open circuit
Outdoor temperature sensor
20
Short circuit
Strap-on temperature sensor
Check strap-on temperature sensor
(see page 126)
Open circuit
Strap-on temperature sensor
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28
Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S controls in
a stand-alone manner w/o strap-on
sensor (supply temperature may not
be high enough)
Check outdoor temperature sensor
(see page 127)
100
Troubleshooting – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Faults displayed at the programming unit (cont.)
Fault
code
System characteristics
Cause
Remedy
40
Mixing valve closes
Short circuit
Strap-on temperature sensor
of mixing valve circuit M2
Check strap-on temperature sensor
(see page 126)
44
Short circuit
Strap-on temperature sensor
of mixing valve circuit M3
48
Open circuit
Strap-on temperature sensor
of mixing valve circuit M2
4c
Open circuit
Strap-on temperature sensor
of mixing valve circuit M3
50
DHW tank heating pump ON:
Short circuit
Set boiler temperature = set DHW
DHW tank temperature sensor 1
tank temperature, priority is cancelled
or
With DHW tank heating system:
DHW tank heating is started and
stopped by DHW tank temperature
sensor 2
Check DHW tank temperature
sensor
(see page 125)
51
With DHW tank heating system:
DHW tank heating is started and
stopped by DHW tank temperature
sensor 1
Check DHW tank temperature
sensor
(see page 125)
58
DHW pump ON:
Open circuit
Set boiler temperature = set DHW
DHW tank temperature sensor 1
tank temperature, priority is
cancelled
or
With DHW heating:
DHW heating is started and stopped
by DHW tank temperature sensor 2
59
With DHW heating:
Open circuit
DHW heating is started and stopped DHW tank temperature sensor 2
by DHW tank temperature sensor 1
60
Boiler with maximum temperature,
no output reduction; return control
to
Short circuit
Temperature sensor aJA
Open circuit
Temperature sensor aJA
Check DHW tank temperature
sensor
(see page 125)
Check temperature sensor
(see page 126),
Set coding 4A : 0, if no sensor
is connected.
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68
Short circuit
DHW tank temperature sensor 2
101
Troubleshooting – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Faults displayed at the programming unit (cont.)
Fault
code
System characteristics
Cause
Remedy
70
Shunt pump constantly ON
With DHW heating:
Mixing valve primary circuit closed,
no DHW heating
Short circuit
Temperature sensor aJB
Check temperature sensor
(see page 126),
Set coding 4b : 0, if no sensor
is connected
Control mode
Only solar control unit fault codes
will be displayed
Short circuit
Collector temperature sensor
92
93
Open circuit
Temperature sensor aJB
Check solar control unit sensor
Short circuit
Collector return temperature sensor
94
Short circuit
DHW tank temperature sensor
9a
Open circuit
Collector temperature sensor
9b
Open circuit
Collector return temperature sensor
9c
Open circuit
DHW tank temperature sensor
9f
Error
Solar control unit; displayed if an
error without fault code occurs at
solar control unit
Check solar control unit
FAab
Controlled operation, possibly DHW
tank cold
DHW heating configuration error:
Coding 55 : 3 has been set, but
aJB not plugged-in
and/or
coding 4C : 1 and 4E : 1 not set
Insert plug aJB and check coding
acm
Control mode
Return temperature control
configuration error:
Coding 0C : 1 has been set, but
aJA not plugged-in
and/or
coding 4E : 0 not set
Insert plug aJA and check coding
Communication error
Programming unit
Check connections and replace
programming unit if necessary
Internal electronics fault
Check Printed Circuit Board and
replace if necessary
b1
b4
b5
b6
Emissions test mode
Constant mode
Invalid hardware recognised
Check the control software circuit
board and confirm the coding address:
- Enter coding 2 (see page 151
for instructions).
- Change code 8A to 176.
- Confirm coding 92:184
ba
Mixing valve closed
Communication error
Mixing valve extension Printed
Circuit Board
Check Printed Circuit Board and
replace if necessary
102
Control mode
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78
Troubleshooting – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Faults displayed at the programming unit (cont.)
Fault
code
System characteristics
Cause
Remedy
bc
Control mode without remote
control
Communication error
Vitotrol remote control,
System circuit A1
Check connections, cable, coding
address A0 and remote control DIP
switches (see page 137 and 154)
bd
Communication error
Vitotrol remote control,
Mixing valve circuit M2
be
Communication error
Vitotrol remote control,
Mixing valve circuit M3
bf
Incorrect LON communication
module
Replace communication module
c2
Open circuit
KM BUS to solar control unit
Check KM BUS cable and solar
control unit
Without solar control unit:
Set coding 54 : 0
c4
Faulty communication with Input
Module
0 to 10 V
Check connections and
cables/leads; replace Input Module,
if required
(see page 137)
Without Input Module:
Set coding 9d : 0
Communication error
Plug-in adaptor for external safety
equipment
Check plug-in adaptor for external
safety equipment and cables/leads
Without plug-in adaptor:
Set coding 94 : 0
Error
LON communication module
Replace communication module
Boiler drives up to electronic
maximum limit
Boiler does not log in at cascade
Check communication (e.g.
participant check), cables to
Vitotronic 100 and coding (see from
page 73)
Control mode
Fault at DE1 in plug-in adaptor for
external safety equipment
to DE1
Check electrical connections on
DE1 to DE3
ce
Control mode
Control mode
cf
d5
to DE2
to DE3
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d6
d7
d8
103
Troubleshooting – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Faults displayed at the programming unit (cont.)
Fault
code
System characteristics
Cause
Remedy
da
Control mode without room
influence
Short circuit
Room temperature sensor,
System circuit A1
Check room temperature sensor
(see page 139) and DIP switch on
Vitotrol (see page 130 and 132)
Short circuit
Room temperature sensor,
Mixing valve circuit M2
dc
Short circuit
Room temperature sensor,
Mixing valve circuit M3
dd
Open circuit
Room temperature sensor,
System circuit A1
de
Open circuit
Room temperature sensor,
Mixing valve circuit M2
df
Open circuit
Room temperature sensor,
Mixing valve circuit M3
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db
104
Troubleshooting – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Viewing fault codes from the fault memory (error history)
1
2
3
Error history
1
18
simultaneously
1. Press rw and
for approx. 2 seconds.
2. Call up the individual fault codes
with
or
.
Order of fault
codes occurred
1
..
.
Error history
F11
18
10
Fault code
Last fault code
..
.
10th last fault
code
All saved fault codes can be deleted
with D.
Error history
.
d5
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F101
3. Press
105
Function description – Vitotronic 100
Boiler temperature control
Brief description
The boiler water temperature is
regulated by controlling a two stage
or modulating burner.
The set boiler water temperature
set-point is controlled by Vitotronic
300-K, MW1S.
Coding addresses which influence
the boiler temperature control
02 to 06, 08 to 0b, 13 to 1C
For a description, see the coding
overview.
Functions
The boiler water temperature is
monitored by three sensors separately,
which are inserted into a multiple
sensor well:
Fixed high limit (STB)
(liquid expansion)
Adjustable high limit TR
(liquid expansion)
Boiler temperature sensor KTS
(changes in resistance PT500)
Control range limits top
Fixed high limit STB 120 ˚C /
248 ˚F, adjustable to 110 or
100 ˚C/ 230 or 212 ˚F
Thermostat TR 95 ˚C / 203 ˚F,
adjustable to 87, 100 or 110 ˚C /
187, 212 or 230 ˚F.
Electronic maximum limiter
Setting range: 20 to 127 ˚C /
68 to 261 ˚F
The maximum boiler water
temperature limit can be adjusted
via coding address 06.
Lower control range limits
In standard mode and when frost
protection is active, the control unit
regulates the boiler water temperature
in accordance with the respective
boiler.
Control sequence
Boiler heats up
The burner shutdown point is
determined by the switch-off
differential (coding address 13).
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Boiler goes cold
(set value –2 K)
The burner is activated if the oiler
termperature is 2 ˚C / 3.6 ˚F below
the calculated set point temperature.
The burner may be delayed a few
minutes depending on the connected
auxilliary equipment and the fuel type.
106
Function description – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Cascade control unit
Brief description
The supply temperature is regulated by
starting or stopping the burner or by
starting/stopping individual burner
stages.
Depending on the type of control
the boilers will be controlled to
the set boiler water temperature
determined by the cascade control
(stand-alone type of control)
or
the cascade controls the boilers by
pre-setting an individual boiler output
(sequential control strategy).
Subject to the system design, you
may select between one gross
calorific strategy and two net
calorific strategies.
The boiler sequence (see page 112)
can be determined via coding 2 and
the boiler sequence selection.
Coding addresses which influence the
cascade control
35 to 3F, 41 to 4A
For a description, see the coding
overview.
Set supply temperature
Upper control limit
Electronic maximum system supply
temperature limit.
Setting range: 20 to 127 ˚C / 68 to
261 ˚F.
The maximum supply temperature limit
can be adjusted via coding address 37.
This value must be set no higher than
the lowest value of coding address 06
of all connected Vitotronic 100, GC1.
Lower control range limit
Electronic minimum system supply
temperature limit
Setting range: 20 to 127 ˚C /
68 to 261 ˚F.
The minimum supply temperature limit
can be adjusted via coding address 36.
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The set supply temperature is
determined from
the supply temperature setpoint
values of system circuit A1 and
mixing valve circuits M2 and M3,
the set supply temperature values
of additional heating circuit loads
(e.g. Vitotronic 200-H),
the set DHW temperature and
external demands (e.g. the set
supply temperature required by
coding address 9b or via the
Input Module 0 to 10 V).
107
Function description – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Cascade control (cont.)
Control sequence
Stand-alone (Autonomous) type of control sequence
Parallel boiler arrangement
(coding 3b : 0 without supply
temperature sensor or
coding 3b : 1 with supply
temperature sensor)
With the stand-alone type of control in
a parallel hydraulic boiler arrangement,
the cascade control unit defaults the
set boiler water temperature for all
active boilers.
Every Vitotronic 100, GC1 individually
regulates the defaulted set
temperature.
Boilers arranged in series
(coding 3b : 2 without supply
temperature sensor or
coding 3b : 3 with supply
temperature sensor)
With the stand-alone type of control in
a series hydraulic boiler arrangement,
the cascade control unit pre-sets the
set boiler water temperature for all
active boilers.
Difference to parallel arrangement:
When the lead boiler (condensing boiler)
does not achieve the required boiler water
temperature, it will only act to control the
return temperature
of all downstream boilers.
In a series boiler arrangement, only the
net calorific strategy 2 (see page 110)
is useful. The conventional boiler is
started late and is also shut down late.
The control sequence is subject to the start-up and shutdown criteria set by the control strategy (coding address 3C):
Gross calorific strategy
Net calorific strategy 1
Net calorific strategy 2.
Without supply temperature sensor:
The control deviation is calculated from
the set boiler water temperature and
estimated average actual boiler water
temperature of the active boiler to
determine start-up and shutdown
criteria. Only those boilers are taken
into consideration whose isolation
valve is not closed.
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With supply temperature sensor:
The control deviation is calculated from
the set supply temperature and the
actual supply temperature to determine
the start-up and shutdown criteria.
108
Function description – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Cascade control (cont.)
Sequential type of control sequence
(coding 3b : 4)
With the sequential type of control, the
cascade control unit regulates to the
required set supply temperature by
pre-setting the output for each
individual boiler. The lead boiler can be
operated in modulating mode. All other
boilers are operated in two stages via
a defaulted output (incl. modulating
burners).
The control sequence is subject to the start-up and shutdown criteria set by the control strategy (coding address 3C):
Gross calorific strategy
Net calorific strategy 1
Net calorific strategy 2.
With supply temperature sensor:
The control deviation is calculated from
the set supply temperature and the
actual supply temperature to determine
the start-up and shutdown criteria.
Without supply temperature sensor:
The control deviation is calculated from
the set boiler water temperature and
the estimated average actual boiler
water temperature of the active boiler
to determine the start-up and
shutdown criteria. Only those boilers
are taken into consideration whose
isolation valve is not closed.
Condensing strategy
Advantages:
Optimum utilization of the
condensing effect (as many
boilers active as possible)
Long burner operating times
Start-up criteria
The boiler is started via an output
statement (coding 3d : 1).
An additional boiler will be started,
when the currently required output can
also be achieved by the currently active
boiler plus the next boiler in the boiler
sequence (see page 112).
Shutdown criteria
The boiler is shut down via a shutdown
integral. The shutdown criteria is met
when the shutdown integral exceeds a
limit set via coding address 46, and the
boiler started last will be shut down.
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It is the aim of the gross calorific
strategy to operate as many boilers
as possible at the lowest output level.
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Function description – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Cascade control (cont.)
Net calorific strategy 1
Conventional boilers are preferably
operated at their upper output range,
to reliably prevent the formation of
condensate due to low return
temperatures.
With net calorific strategy 1, an
additional boiler will only be started if
the maximum output of all currently
active burners is insufficient to achieve
the set supply temperature.
A boiler will be shut down, when the
remaining boiler(s) can achieve the
required output on its/their own.
Benefit:
As few boilers as possible are active.
Start-up criteria
The boiler is started via a start-up
integral.
The start-up criteria is met when the
start-up integral exceeds a limit set
via coding address 45, and the next
boiler in the sequence will be started
(see page 112).
Shutdown criteria
The boiler is shut down via an
output statement (coding 3d : 1).
A boiler is shut down when the
currently required output can be
achieved without the boiler which
was started last.
With the net calorific strategy 2, an
additional boiler will only be started if
the maximum output of all currently
active burners is insufficient to achieve
the set supply temperature.
A boiler will be shut down if the burner
was returned to its minimum output
because of a large negative control
deviation, and the output is then still
too high.
Benefit:
Long burner operating times
Start-up criteria
The boiler is started via a start-up
integral.
The start-up criteria is met when the
start-up integral exceeds a limit set via
coding address 45, and the next boiler
in the sequence will be started (see
page 112).
Shutdown criteria
The boiler is shut down via a shutdown
integral. The shutdown criteria is met
when the shutdown integral exceeds a
limit set via coding address 46, and the
boiler started last will be shut down.
110
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Net calorific strategy 2
Function description – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Cascade control (cont.)
Control strategy example
Two boiler system with modulating burner:
Boiler 1: 100 kW rated output (basic load adjusted to 33 %, see page 78)
Boiler 2: 100 kW rated output (basic load adjusted to 33 %, see page 78)
Gross calorific strategy (coding 3C : 0)
Boiler 1
Boiler 1
Rated output in kW
Total
Boiler 2
Switching OFF
Rated output in kW
Total
Boiler 2
Start-up
100
66
33
0
100
66
33
0
100
100
33
0
200
200
150
150
100
100
33
0
33
0
33
0
Time
Time
Net calorific strategy 1 (coding 3C : 1)
Switching OFF
Boiler 1
Boiler 1
Start-up
100
50
33
0
Rated output in kW
Total
Boiler 2
Rated output in kW
Total
Boiler 2
100
100
100
50
0
50
0
200
200
150
150
100
100
Time
33
0
Time
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33
0
50
33
0
111
Function description – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Cascade control (cont.)
Net calorific strategy 2 (coding 3C : 2)
Switching OFF
Boiler 1
Boiler 1
Start-up
100
66
33
0
50
33
0
Rated output in kW
Total
Boiler 2
Rated output in kW
Total
Boiler 2
100
100
100
50
0
200
200
150
150
100
100
33
0
33
0
33
0
Time
Time
Boiler sequence
39
3A
41
42
43
44
Boiler 1, 2, 3 or 4 permanent
lead boiler
Boiler 1, 2, 3 or 4 permanent
last boiler
ECO threshold boiler 1
ECO threshold boiler 2
ECO threshold boiler 3
ECO threshold boiler 4
Via the ECO threshold, every boiler
can be blocked or enabled subject to
the outdoor temperature. The ECO
control becomes disabled, if the boiler
is required to achieve the set supply
temperature, when enabled boilers
have failed. At least the lead boiler
remains active if all boilers in a system
are blocked by the ECO control.
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The boiler sequence is determined by
the boiler sequence selection and the
following coding addresses (see also
page 152):
38 Changing the lead boiler and the
boiler sequence
38 : 1 Every 1st day of the
month, the boiler with
the burner which has
operated for the shortest
number of hours becomes
lead boiler
38 : 2 After 200 to 20000
run hours, the boiler with
the next higher number
(coding address 07 of
Vitotronic 100) becomes
lead boiler
112
Function description – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Heating circuit control
Brief description
The control unit provides control
circuits for one high temperature
(boiler) circuit and two mixing valve
circuits.
The set supply temperature of every
heating circuit results from the outdoor
temperature, the set room temperature,
the operating mode and the heating
curve.
The supply temperature of the system
circuit corresponds to the common
system supply temperature.
The supply temperature of the
mixing valve circuits is regulated
by the stepped opening or closing
of the mixing valves.
Coding addresses which influence the
heating circuit control
9F, A2 to A7, A9, C4 to C7, C8, F1,
F2.
For a description, see the coding
overview.
The mixing motor control changes
the actuating and pause times subject
to the control difference
(control deviation).
Functions
Time program
The control unit timer changes in
accordance with the times programmed
in the room heating and DHW heating
program between the heating with
normal room temperature and heating
with reduced room temperature
operating modes.
Every operating mode has its own set
level.
Outdoor temperature
A heating curve must be set up
for matching the control unit to
the building and the heating system.
The heating curve characteristics
determine the set boiler water
temperature subject to outdoor
temperature. An average outdoor
temperature (dampened) is used
for control purposes. This comprises
the actual and the adjusted outdoor
temperature.
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The high temperature (boiler) circuit is
subject to the boiler water temperature
and its control range limits.
The heating circuit pump is the
controlling element. The mixing valve
circuit supply temperature is recorded
by the supply temperature sensor.
113
Function description – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Heating circuit control (cont.)
Domestic hot water temperature
With priority control:
The set supply temperature will be
set to 0 ˚C / 32 ˚F during DHW
heating.
The mixing valve closes, and the
heating circuit pumps are switched
OFF.
Without priority control:
The heating circuit control unit
continues to operate with the same
set value.
With modulating DHW priority (only
in conjunction with a mixing valve
circuit):
The heating circuit pump remains
switched ON. The set supply
temperature of the heating circuits
will be reduced, for as long as the
set boiler water temperature has not
been reached during DHW tank
heating. The set supply temperature
is subject to the difference between
the set and the actual boiler water
temperature, the outdoor
temperature, the heating curve slope
and coding address A2.
Room temperature
in conjunction with remote control
and room temperature input (observe
coding address b0).
Compared to the outdoor temperature,
the room temperature has a greater
influence on the common set supply
temperature. This influence may be
adjusted via coding address b2.
In conjunction with the mixing valve
circuit:
For control differences (actual value
deviation) above 2 ˚C / 3.6 ˚F room
temperature, the influence can be
increased again (via coding address b6,
quick heat-up/quick setback).
Quick heat-up:
The set room temperature must be
raised by a minimum of 2 ˚C / 3.6 ˚F
by:
Pressing party button
Changing from heating with reduced
temperature to heating with normal
temperature
Start-up optimisation
Quick heat-up will stop when the set
room temperature has been reached.
Heating circuit pump logic
(economy circuit)
The heating circuit pump is switched
OFF (set supply temperature set to 0 ˚C/
32 ˚F), when the outdoor temperature
exceeds the value selected via coding
address A5.
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Quick setback:
The set room temperature must be
reduced by a minimum of 2 ˚C / 3.6 ˚F
by:
Pressing economy button
Changing from room heating with
normal temperature to heating with
reduced temperature
Shutdown optimisation
Quick setback will stop when the set
room temperature has been reached.
114
Function description – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Heating circuit control (cont.)
Extended economy circuit
The heating circuit pump is switched
OFF, and the set supply temperature
is set to 0 ˚C / 32 ˚F, if
the outdoor temperature exceeds the
value selected via coding address A6
the set room temperature is reduced
via coding address A9
in conjunction with the mixing valve
circuit:
the mixing valve has been closed for
12 minutes (mixing economy
function, coding address A7)
Slab curing function
(only in conjunction with a mixing valve
circuit)
Please note:
Four different temperature profiles can
be selected for drying the slab. These
profiles are activated via coding
address F1.
You can influence the control
characteristics of the mixing valve via
coding address C4.
Central operation
Central operation for all downstream
heating circuits can be programmed
via coding address 7A.
The heating and holiday program then
applies to all heating circuits in the
system.
The programming unit of the other
heating circuits displays central control
when the heating program and holiday
program buttons are activated.
Any set holiday programs in the
heating circuit programming units
will be deleted.
Party and economy buttons on all
control units are without effect.
Frost protection
When the outdoor temperature falls
below +1 ˚C / 34 ˚F, a supply
temperature of at least 10 ˚C / 50 ˚F
will be safeguarded.
For changes see coding address A3,
variable frost limit.
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When the slab curing function is
activated, the heating circuit pump
of the mixing valve circuit is switched
ON, and the supply temperature will
be held at the selected profile. After
completion (30 days), the mixing valve
circuit will be regulated automatically
via the set parameters.
System dynamics – mixing valve circuit
(only in conjunction with a mixing valve
circuit)
115
Function description – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Heating circuit control (cont.)
The differential temperature is that
minimum temperature differential by
which the common supply temperature
should be higher than the currently
required supply temperature of the
mixing valve circuit.
System with only one mixing valve
circuit:
The common set supply temperature
will be automatically held 8 ˚C /
15 ˚F above the set supply
temperature of the mixing valve
circuits.
System with high temperature
(boiler) circuits and mixing valve
circuits:
The common set supply temperature
operates in accordance with its own
heating curve. The differential
temperature of 8 K towards the set
supply temperature of the mixing
valve circuits is set up at the factory.
Upper control limit
Electronic maximum limit
Setting range: 1 to 127 ˚C /
34 to 261 ˚F
Changes via coding address C6.
110
230
Supply temperature °C / °F
+8K
Supply temperature control
Differential temperature:
The differential temperature may be
adjusted via coding address 9F; factory
supplied setting 8 ˚C / 15 ˚F .
87
189
8K
+20/ 68
-20/-4
Outdoor temperature in °C / °F
A Max. common supply temperature
B Slope = 1.8 high temperature
(boiler) circuit
C Slope = 1.2 mixing valve circuit
D Common supply temperature (at
a differential temperature = 8 ˚C/
15˚F )
E Minimum common supply
temperature
Lower control range limit
Electronic minimum limit
Setting range: 1 to 127 ˚C /
34 to 261 ˚F
Changes via coding address C5
(only effective in standard mode)
Please note:
The maximum limit is no replacement
for the underfloor heating system
temperature limiter.
Mixing valve circuit
The mixing valve motor will not be
activated within the neutral zone
(±1 ˚C / 2 ˚F).
116
Supply temperature falls
(set value –1 ˚C / -2 ˚F)
The mixing valve motor receives
the open signal.
The signal duration lengthens with
an increasing control differential.
The duration of pauses reduces with
an increasing control differential.
Supply temperature rises
(set value +1 ˚C / 2 ˚F)
The mixing valve motor receives
the close signal.
The signal duration lengthens with
an increasing control differential.
The duration of pauses reduces
with an increasing control differential.
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Control sequence
Function description – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
DHW tank temperature control
Brief description
The DHW tank control logic is a
set-point control. It is the result of
starting and stopping the DHW pump.
The switching differential is ±2.5 ˚C /
4.5 ˚F.
During DHW tank heating, a constant
boiler supply temperature will be set
(20 ˚C / 36 ˚F higher than the set
DHW tank temperature, adjustable via
coding address 60) and space heating
is switched OFF (optional DHW tank
priority).
Coding addresses which influence
the DHW tank control
54 to 75, 7F, A2.
For a description, see the coding
overview.
Time program
An automatic program or an individual
time program may be selected for DHW
heating and the control of the DHW
recirculation pump.
Compared with the space heating
circuit’s heat-up phase, DHW heating
in automatic mode starts 30 minutes
earlier.
The individual time program enables up
to four switching periods per day to be
set via the time switch to control the
DHW heating/heating and the DHW
recirculation pump.
Any DHW tank heating sequence will
be completed, independent of the time
program.
In conjunction with coding address 7F
7F : 1 Detached house:
Automatic mode
For systems with two or three space
heating circuits, the heating times
for the first of the existing heating
circuits will be applied.
Individual time program
The switching times for DHW heating
and the DHW recirculation pump
have the same effect on all heating
circuits.
7F : 0 Apartment building:
Automatic mode
For systems with two or three
heating circuits, the heating times
for the respective heating circuit
will be applied.
Individual time program
The switching times for DHW heating
can be adjusted separately for each
heating circuit.
DHW priority
With DHW priority (coding A2 : 2):
The set supply temperature will be
set to 0 ˚C / 32 ˚F while the DHW
tank is being heated.
The mixing valve closes, and the
heating circuit pumps are switched
OFF.
With DHW priority:
The heating circuit control unit
continues to operate with the
same set value.
Set DHW temperature
The set DHW temperature can be
adjusted between 10 and 60 ˚C / 50
and 140 ˚F. The set range can be
expanded to 95 ˚C / 203 ˚F via
coding address 56.
You can select the set DHW
temperature at the programming unit
of the control and at every Vitotrol 300
remote control unit (if installed).
You can determine the allocation to
individual heating circuits via coding
address 66.
Auxiliary circuits
The DHW heating can be disabled or
enabled by changing over the heating
program.
Functions
5581 750 v1.3
Frost protection
The DHW tank will be heated to 20 ˚C/
68 ˚F, if the DHW temperature falls
below 5 ˚C / 41 ˚F.
Auxiliary functions – DHW heating
This function is activated by providing
a second set DHW temperature via
coding address 58 and activating the
4th DHW phase for DHW heating.
DHW recirculation pump
It delivers hot water to the draw-off
points at adjustable times. Up to four
control periods can be set at the timer.
System with DHW tank heating system
The above functions also apply
in conjunction with calorifiers.
Set the following codings
4C : 1, 4E : 1, 55 : 3.
For a description, see the coding
overview.
Systems with Vitosolic
A third DHW temperature set-point can
be programmed via coding address 67.
Reloading suppression will be active
below the set temperature. The DHW
tank is heated only by the solar heating
system.
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Function description – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
DHW tank temperature control (cont.)
Control sequence
Pump delay
The DHW pump continuous operation
(coding 62 : 10) after the DHW tank
heating, until
– the difference between the boiler
water and the DHW temperature
is less than 7 ˚C / 13 ˚F or
– the common supply temperature
is achieved based on outdoor reset
calculations or
– the actual temperature is 5 ˚C /
9 ˚F higher than the set DHW
temperature or
– the maximum time delay (adjustable
via coding address 62) has been
reached.
Without the pump time-delay for
DHW tank heating
(coding 62 : 0)
Coding 55 : 0:
DHW heating
The DHW tank goes cold
(set value –2.5 ˚C / 4.5 ˚F, adjustable
via coding address 59)
The common supply temperature is
adjusted 20 ˚C / 36 ˚F higher than the
set DHW (adjustable via coding address
60).
With adaptive DHW tank heating, the
speed of the temperature rise during
DHW heating is taken into account.
Also taken into account is the question
of whether the boiler will be required to
supply heat after the DHW tank has
been heated or whether residual boiler
heat should be transferred to the DHW
tank.
Accordingly, the control unit
determines the burner and DHW
recirculation pump shutdown point
to prevent the set DHW temperature
being substantially exceeded after the
DHW tank has been heated.
Coding 55 : 2:
DHW tank temperature control with
2 DHW tank temperature sensors
The 1st DHW tank temperature sensor
enables the DHW pump, and is
evaluated for stop conditions during
the pump run-on time. The 2nd DHW
tank temperature sensor (inside the
cold water inlet) is designed to
prematurely start DHW tank heating
when large quantities of DHW are
drawn off as well as to prematurely
stop DHW tank heating if no DHW
is drawn.
Coding 55 : 3:
DHW tank control – DHW heating (for
DHW heating systems only)
The DHW tank goes cold
(set value –2.5 ˚C / -4.5 ˚F, adjustable
via coding address 59),
The common set supply temperature
is adjusted 20 ˚C / 36 ˚F higher than
the set DHW temperature (adjustable
via coding address 60).
The primary DHW pump is switched
ON.
The three-way mixing valve opens
and then regulates to the defaulted
set value.
The DHW pump cycles (short term
ON and OFF) until the set supply
temperature has been reached, then
it runs constantly. If, during DHW
tank heating, the actual value stays
below the required set supply
temperature, then the DHW pump
will temporarily cycle again.
The DHW tank is hot
(1st DHW tank temperature sensor:
Actual value ≥ set value
and
2nd DHW tank temperature sensor:
Actual value > set value –1.5 ˚C /
-2.7 ˚F)
the common set supply temperature
is returned to the weathercompensated value;
the DHW pump
– is immediately switched OFF, if
the three-way mixing valve is open
or
– is switched OFF after run-on time
adjustable via coding 62.
5581 750 v1.3
The DHW tank is hot
(set value +2.5 ˚C / 4.5 ˚F)
The common set supply temperature
is returned to the weathercompensated value.
Coding 55 : 1:
Adaptive DHW tank heating
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Components – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Components from the parts list
Power supply module A1
Programming unit
Cascade ekectronics module A2
The programming unit is set into
the front door of the control panel.
Setting the:
Heating program
Set values
Switching times
Heating curve
(slope and shift)
Date
Time
Economy and party mode
With PCB.
Microprocessor with software
When replacing the Printed Circuit
Board:
1. Record the coding and adjustments
made at the control unit.
2. Replace the Printed Circuit Board.
3. Set coding 8A : 176, and coding
address 92 to 92 : 160.
Power module A3
Displaying:
Temperatures
Operating conditions
Faults
Extension module
Front panel with heating circuit
selector keys
5581 750 v1.3
Display and selection of the heating
circuit.
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Components – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Fuse
A1
F1 T4 A, 250 V,
max. power loss x 1.6 W
A1 Power supply module
5581 750 v1.3
F1
120
Components – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Components from the parts list
LON communication module
Plug in the LON communication module into the control
unit. The communication interruption will be displayed.
A
D
A
A
LON
LON LON
LON LON
LON
C
B
B
C
A Control unit or Vitocom 300
B Interconnecting cable for data
exchange between the control
units, part no. 7143 495
C Terminators, (standard delivery –
Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S)
D Slots for B and C
Fixed high limit
Test button
Adjustable high limit
In the factory setting set to
120 ˚C / 248 ˚F , adjustable to
110 or 99 ˚C / 230 ˚C or 212 ˚F
(see page 32)
Electromechanical temperature
switch according to the liquid
expansion principle; with lockout
Intrinsically safe; also lockout in case
of capillary tube leaks or ambient
temperatures below –10 ˚C / 14 ˚F
Limits the boiler water temperature
to the maximum permissible value by
shutdown and manual reset
Central mounting M 10, capillary
3600 mm / 142 inches long
Probe ∅ 3 mm / 0.1 inches,
180 mm/ 7 inches long
Tests:
effectiveness via test button
For testing the fixed high limit.
For a description, see page 72.
In the factory setting set to 95 ˚C /
203 ˚F, adjustable to 100 or 110 ˚C
/ 212 or 230 ˚F (see page 32)
IMPORTANT
Adjust downwards at least 20 ˚C /
36 ˚F higher than the DHW
temperature, upwards at least 15 ˚C/
27 ˚F lower than the fixed high limit.
5581 750 v1.3
Electromechanical temperature
switch according to the liquid
expansion principle
Regulates the maximum boiler water
temperature (e.g. in emission test
mode)
Adjusting shaft 6 mm / 0.2 inches
half-round
Adjustment knob pushed on shaft
from front
Capillary 3600 mm / 142 inches long
Probe ∅ 3 mm / 0.1 inches, 180 mm/
7 inches long
Tests:
Effectiveness via emissions test
mode
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Components – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Components from the parts list (cont.)
Boiler water temperature sensor
The sensor measures the boiler water
temperature of the boiler.
The boiler temperature sensor is
installed at the same time as the boiler
insulation.
3
Check the sensor
1. Disconnect plug § in the terminal
compartment of the boiler control.
2. Measure resistance of sensor at
terminals ”1” and ”2” of the plug.
Boiler water
temperature
in °C / °F
Resistance
in Ω
40 / 104
50 / 122
60 / 140
578
597
616
3. Compare the value measured with
the current temperature. If the
value differs significantly, check
installation and, if necessary,
replace sensor.
760
Technical data
Degree of protection: IP 32
Ambient temperature
during operation:
0 to + 130 °C
32 to + 266 °F
during storage and transport:
-20 to + 170 °C
- 4 to + 158 °F
740
720
700
680
660
Electrical connection
The sensors are ready to plug in.
Insert the boiler temperature sensor
in socket ”3” of the boiler control.
640
620
580
560
400
540
122
0
32
20
68
40
104
60
141
80
176
Boiler temperature in °C / °F
100
212
120
248
140
284
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Resistance in
600
Components – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Components from the parts list (cont.)
Strap-on temperature sensor and immersion temperature sensor
For measuring the boiler return
temperature.
17A or 17B
Electrical connection
The sensor is inserted in socket
”17A” or ”17B” on the boiler control.
Check the sensor
1. Disconnect plug aJA or aJB in
the terminal compartment of the
boiler control.
2. Measure resistance of sensor at
terminals ”1” and ”2” of the plug.
17A or 17B
Return
temperature
in °C / °F
Resistance
in Ω
30 / 86
40 / 104
60 / 140
569
592
643
3. Compare the value measured with
the current temperature. If the
value differs significantly, check
installation and, if necessary,
replace sensor.
740
720
Technical data
Degree of protection: IP 32
Ambient temperature
during operation: 0 to + 100 °C
32 to + 212 °F
during storage
and transport:
-20 to + 70 °C
-4 to + 158 °F
700
680
660
640
620
5581 750 v1.3
Resistance in
600
580
560
540
20
68
30
86
40
104
50
122
60
70
140 158
Return temperature in °C / °F
80
176
90
100
194 212
123
Components – Vitotronic 100
Flue gas temperature sensor
The sensor measures the flue gas
temperature and monitors the selected
limit value.
Electrical connection
The sensor is inserted in socket ”15”
on the boiler control.
Check flue gas temperature sensor
1. Disconnect plug aG in the terminal
compartment of the boiler control.
2. Measure resistance of sensor at
terminals ”1” and ”2” of the plug.
1020
Flue gas
temperature
in °C / °F
Resistance
in Ω
180 / 176
160 / 320
200 / 392
650
800
880
980
3. Compare the value measured with
the actual temperature. If the
value differs significantly, check
installation and, if necessary,
replace sensor.
940
900
860
Technical data
Degree of
protection:
IP 60
Ambient temperature
during operation:
–20 to + 600 °C
32 to + 1112 °F
during storage and transport:
–20 to + 670 °C
–4 to + 158 °F
820
780
740
700
660
620
540
500
124
0
32
40
80 120 160 200 240
104 176 248 360 392 464
Flue gas temperature in °C / °F
280
536
5581 750 v1.3
Resistance in Ω
580
Components – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Components from the parts list (cont.)
DHW tank temperature sensor
3. Compare measurement with
the actual temperature displayed
(for scanning, see page 91).
Check the installation and replace
sensor, if necessary, in case of
severe deviation.
Connection
See page 58 and 59.
Check sensor
1. Remove plug %.
720
2. Check the sensor resistance of the
plug at terminals 1 and 2 or 2 and 3
(if a second DHW tank temperature
sensor has been connected).
700
680
660
640
620
DHW tank
temperature
in ˚C / ˚F
Resistance in Ω
40 / 104
50 / 122
60 / 140
578
597
616
Specification
Protection:
IP 32
Permiss. ambient
temperature
during operation:
0 to +90 ˚C
32 to 194 ˚F
during storage and transport:
–20 to +70 ˚C
–4 to 158 ˚F
Resistance in
600
580
560
540
0
32
20
68
40 60 80 100
104 140 176 212
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DHW tank temperature in °C / °F
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Components – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Components from the parts list (cont.)
Strap-on temperature sensor and immersion temperature sensor
To measure the supply or return temperature.
740
Connection
See page 58 and 59.
720
Check sensor
1. Remove plug ?, aJA or aJB.
700
2. Check the sensor resistance at
terminals 1 and 2 of the plug.
680
660
640
620
30 / 86
40 / 104
60 / 140
569
592
643
580
560
30
86
40
104
50
122
60
70
140 158
Return temperature in °C / °F
80
176
90
100
194 212
Specification
Protection:
IP 32
Permiss. ambient
temperature
during operation:
0 to +100 ˚C
32 to + 212 °F
during storage and transport:
–20 to + 70 ˚C
–4 to + 158 °F
5581 750 v1.3
Resistance in
Resistance in Ω
3. Compare measurement with the
actual temperature displayed
(for scanning, see page 91).
Check the installation and replace
sensor, if necessary, in case of
severe deviation.
600
540
20
68
Supply or return
temperature
in °C / °F
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Components – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Components from the parts list (cont.)
Outdoor temperature sensor
600
Connection
See page 58 and 59.
580
Check sensor
1. Remove plug !.
560
2. Check the sensor resistance
at terminals 1 and 2 of the plug.
540
520
500
460
Resistance in
Resistance
in Ω
–10 / 14
0 / 32
20 / 68
480
500
546
3. Disconnect cores from the sensor,
if actual values deviate severely from
the curve, repeat the sensor
measurement and compare with
the actual temperature (for scanning,
see page 91).
480
440
4. Depending on the result, replace
cable or outdoor temperature sensor.
420
400
-40
-40
Outdoor
temperature in
˚C / ˚F
5. Scan actual temperature (for
scanning, see page 91).
-30
-22
-20
-4
-10
14
0
32
10
50
20
68
Specification
Protection:
IP 43
Permissible ambient temperature
during operation, storage and
transport:
–40 to +70 ˚C
–40 to 158 ˚F
5581 750 v1.3
Outdoor temperature in °C / °F
30
86
127
Components – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Mixing valve circuit extension kit, part no. 7450 650
Mixing valve motor, part no. 7133 390
A
A Plug in the mixing valve motor
| Mixing valve motor open
~ Mixing valve motor close
Changing the rotational direction
Remove the cover and reinsert 3-pole
plug A turned by 180˚.
Test
The relay test of the control unit moves
the mixing valve to open and close.
Manual mixing motor adjustment
Lift the motorized lever up,
unhook the mixing valve handle and
remove plug A.
Specification
Rated voltage:
Rated frequency:
Power consumption:
Protection:
Torque:
Run time from
close to open:
120 VAC~
60 Hz
4W
IP 42
3 Nm
120 s
5581 750 v1.3
For 24V actuators please refer to
instructions supplied with the actuator.
128
Components – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Installation examples
Mixing valve insert conversion (if required), see mixing valve installation instructions.
Factory supplied
of the mixing valve motor rotational
direction
Change the mixing valve motor rotational
direction for these installation examples
HV
HV
HR
KV
HR
KV
KR
KR
KV
KV
HV
KR
KR
HV
HR
HR
HR
HR
KR
HV
KR
HV
KV
KV
HV
HV
HR
HR
KV
KR Boiler return
KV Boiler supply
5581 750 v1.3
HR Heating return
HV Heating supply
KV
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Components – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Remote control
Vitotrol 200, part no. 7450 017
(with integral room temperature sensor for room temperature feed-back in conjunction with a mixing valve circuit)
Setting of
Day temperature
Heating program
Economy and party mode
Function changes can be made via coding addresses A0, b0 to b9, C0 to C2, E1 and E2 (see coding overview).
Connection
2-wire cable 164 ft / 50m
Room temperature sensor connection
Two-core cable, max. 35 m / 115 ft.
length with a cross-section of 1.5 mm2
(AWG 16) copper
A
13b
9
B
C
5581 750 v1.3
A Wall mounting base for Vitotrol 200
B To control unit
C Separate room temperature sensor
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Components – Vitotronic 333, MW1S
Remote control (cont.)
ON
S6
D
1234
D Printed Circuit Board DIP switches
(rear of the top casing)
Remote control
affects
DIP switch
setting
System circuit A1
(Heating circuit
selection
button !)
Factory setting
Mixing valve
circuit M2
(Heating circuit
selection
button ?)
Specification
Power supply via KM BUS.
Safety class:
III
Protection:
IP 30
Permiss. ambient
temperature
during operation:
0 to +40 ˚C
32 to 104 ˚F
in storage and transport:
–20 to +65 ˚C
–4 to +149 ˚F
Set room temperature
setting range:
10 to 30 ˚C
50 to 96 ˚F
adjustable between
3 to 23 °C
37 to 73 ˚F
or
17 to 37 ˚C
63 to 99 ˚F
via coding address E1
Setting of the reduced set room
temperature at the control unit.
Mixing valve
circuit M3
(Heating circuit
selection
button §)
5581 750 v1.3
When connecting a separate room
temperature sensor, set DIP
switch S6.3 to ON.
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Components – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Remote control (cont.)
Vitotrol 300, part no. 7450 790 or 7179 060
(with integral room temperature sensor for room temperature feed-back in conjunction with a mixing valve circuit)
Setting of
Normal and reduced temperature
Domestic hot water temperature
Heating program
Holiday program
Switching times
Economy and party mode
Function changes can be made via coding addresses A0, b0 to b9, C0 to C2, E1 and E2 (see coding overview).
Connection
2-wire cable 164 ft / 50 m.
A
Room temperature sensor connection
Two-core cable, max. 35 m / 115 ft.
length with a cross-section of 1.5 mm2
(AWG 16) copper.
13b
9
B
C
5581 750 v1.3
A Wall mounting base for Vitotrol 300
B To the control unit
C Separate room temperature sensor
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Components – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Remote control (cont.)
D
D Printed Circuit Board DIP switches
(rear of the top casing)
Remote control
affects
DIP switch
setting
System circuit A1
(Heating circuit
selection
button !)
Factory setting
Mixing valve
circuit M2
(Heating circuit
selection
button ?)
Mixing valve
circuit M3
(Heating circuit
selection
button §)
Specification
Power supply via KM BUS.
Safety class:
III
Protection:
IP 30
Permiss. ambient
temperature
in use:
0 to +40 ˚C
32 to 104 ˚F
in storage and transport:
–20 to +65 ˚C
–4 to +149 ˚F
Setting range for
normal set room temp:
10 to 30 ˚C
50 to +86 ˚F
adjustable between
3 to 23 ˚C
37 to 73 ˚F
or
17 to 37 ˚C
63 to 97 ˚F
via coding address E1
reduced set room temp:
3 to 37 ˚C
37 to 97 ˚F
Battery type:
Use alkaline
manganese
batteries
type MICROLR03 (AAA) which
do not contain
pollutants
When connecting a separate room
temperature sensor, set DIP
switch S30.3 to ON.
5581 750 v1.3
S30
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Components – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Remote control (cont.)
Connecting several remote control units
When connecting several remote controls to the control unit, install a terminal box on site.
Version 1
C
D
max.
15 m / 50 ft
E
max.
15 m / 50 ft
max.
15 m / 50 ft
A
B
On-site connection via terminal box:
Connect in accordance with the
diagram
The total length of all KM BUS cables
should be limited to 50 m / 164 ft
5581 750 v1.3
A To control unit
B Terminal box (on site)
C Vitotrol 1
D Vitotrol 2
E Vitotrol 3
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Components – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Remote control (cont.)
Version 2
max. 15 m / 50 ft
C
A
max. 15 m / 50 ft
max.
D
15 m / 50 ft
E
F
B
If several remote control units and
additional KM BUS participants are
connected, make the connections
via a terminal box (on-site) as shown
in the diagram
The total length of all KM BUS cables
should be limited to 50 m / 164 ft
5581 750 v1.3
A To control unit
B Terminal box (on site)
C Vitotrol 1
D Vitotrol 2
E Vitotrol 3
F Further BUS participants
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Components – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Room temperature sensor, part no. 7408 012
The room temperature sensor measures the actual room temperature, if the remote Vitotrol unit cannot be installed in a
suitable location.
Connection
See page 58 and 59.
600
590
Check sensor
1. Disconnect the wires from the
sensor.
580
2. Check the sensor resistance
at terminals 9 and 13b.
570
560
Room temperature Resistance in Ω
in ˚C / ˚F
550
10 / 50
15 / 59
25 / 77
540
3. Compare measurement with the
actual temperature displayed (
for scanning, see page 91).
Check the installation and replace
sensor, if necessary, in case of
severe deviation.
530
Resistance in
522
534
557
520
510
500
0
32
5
41
10
50
15
59
20
68
25
77
35
95
40
104
5581 750 v1.3
Room temperature in °C / °F
30
86
Specification
Protection:
IP 30
Permiss. ambient
temperature
during operation:
0 to +40 ˚C
32 to 104 ˚F
in storage and transport:
–20 to +65 ˚C
–4 to +149 ˚F
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Components – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Input Module 0 to 10 V, part no. 7134 561
From software version 7 of Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S, the Input Module can be connected (software version via scan 2:
1st digit, display ≥7).
24V
5V
For external control of the boiler/supply temperature via a 0 to 10VDC signal
10 to 100 ˚C or 30 to 120 ˚C
(50 to 212 ˚F or 86 to 248 ˚F)
or
to signal reduced mode and regulate a heating circuit pump to a lower speed.
Electronics
B
F1
50mA
(slow)
ON
OFF 1 2 3 4
L1
N
S Ö P
1 2 3
1 2 3
40
_ +
120 VAC
A
fÖ
aVF
aVG
aBJ
157
Power connection
0 to 10VDC input
KM BUS to control unit
Potential free output contact
145
A Power supply
(provide disconnect if required
by code)
B DIP switch (see table)
Function
DIP switch
1 to 3:
1:
2:
3:
4:
4:
144
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
Switch for pre-set value
Reduced mode – system circuit A1
Reduced mode – mixing valve circuit M2
Reduced mode – mixing valve circuit M3
Pre-set value default 10 to 100 ˚C / 50 to 212 ˚F
Pre-set value default 30 to 120 ˚C / 86 to 248 ˚F
Please note:
Amongst switches 1 to 3, only one switch may be set to ON.
Resetting codings to the factory setting
5581 750 v1.3
1234567
1. Press w and rw simultaneously
for approx. two seconds, until the
first two arrows appear in the
display.
2. Press D.
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Coding – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Coding 1
Calling up coding 1
1234567
1. Press 9 and w simultaneously
for approx. two seconds, until the
first arrow appears in the display.
2. Select the required coding address
or
;
with
the address flashes;
confirm with
,
the value flashes.
3. Change the value with
or
;
confirm with
.
The value is transferred and does
not flash for approx. 2 seconds.
Then the display flashes again.
Call up further addresses
or
.
with
4. Press 9 and w simultaneously
for approx. 1 second.
Summary
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
System design
00: 1
No function
00: 0
Boiler control connected to the cascade; this
automatically occurs if 01 : 2 has been programmed
01: 2
Multi-boiler system with cascade control via LON
BUS (e.g. Vitotronic 333, MW1S)
01: 3
Do not adjust
02: 0
Single stage burner
02: 2
Modulating burner
03: 1
Oil fired operation (non-reversible)
03: 2
This occurs automatically, if an incorrect or
no boiler coding card at all is inserted
05: 0
Linear burner curve
05: 1
to
05: 99
Non-linear burner curve
(see page 79):
System type
01: 1
Single boiler system
Boiler/burner
02: 1
03: 0
Two-stage burner
Gas fired operation
Burner (mod.) (see page 79)
05: 70 Burner curve
PT in kW
x 100
Pmax in kW %
= PT in %
Partial output at
1/3 of the burner
actuator operating
time
Pmax Maximum output
5581 750 v1.3
PT
138
Coding – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Coding 1 (cont.)
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
Boiler/burner
06: 87 Maximum boiler water temperature limit
87 ˚C / 189 ˚F
06: 20 Maximum boiler water temperature limit
to
adjustable from 20 to 127 ˚C / 68 to 261 ˚F
06:127
Boiler
07: 1
Consecutive boiler number in multi-boiler systems
(in conjunction with coding address 01)
07: 2
to
07: 4
Consecutive boiler number in multi-boiler systems
(in conjunction with coding address 01)
Burner (two stage/mod.) (see page 78)
08:*1
Maximum burner output
in kW
08: 0 Maximum output adjustable from 0 to 199 kW;
to
1 setting step = 1 kW
08:199
09:*1
Maximum burner output
in kW
09: 0 Maximum output adjustable from 0 to 19900 kW;
to
1 setting step = 100 kW
09:199
0A:*1
Burner base output
in percent
0A: 0 PG in kW
x 100
to
Pmax in kW %
0A:100
= PG in %
PG Base output
Pmax Maximum output
Burner (mod.) (see page 79)
15: 10 Burner actuator run time
10 seconds
15: 5 Operating time adjustable from 5 to 199 seconds
to
for Vitocrossal 300 with MatriX burner
15:199 Set
Type CM3 and CU3: 15 : 64
Type CV3: 15 : 19
General
40:12
5
Actuator operating time for isolation valve,
three-way mixing valve or mixing valve motor
in conjunction with return temperature control
125 seconds
40: 5 Operating time adjustable from 5 to 199 seconds
to
40:199
77: 1
LON participant number
77: 2
to
77: 99
LON participant number, adjustable from 1 to 99
Please note:
Allocate each number only once.
*1
5581 750 v1.3
The factory setting is defaulted by the boiler coding card.
139
Coding – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Coding 2
Calling up coding 2
1234567
1. Press w and rw simultaneously
for approx. 2 seconds, until the first
two arrows appear in the display;
confirm with
2. Select the required coding address
with
or
;
the address flashes;
confirm with
,
the value flashes.
3. Change the value with
or
;
confirm with
.
The value is saved and does
not flash for approx. 2 seconds.
Then the display flashes again.
Call up further addresses
or
.
with
4. Press w and rw simultaneously
for approx. 1 second.
Overall summary
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
System design
00: 1
No function
00: 0
Boiler control connected to the cascade; this
automatically occurs if 01 : 2 has been programmed
01: 2
Multi-boiler system with cascade control via LON
BUS (e.g. Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S, type MW1)
01: 3
Do not adjust
02: 0
Single stage burner
02: 2
Modulating burner
03: 1
Oil fired operation (non-reversible)
03: 2
This occurs automatically, if an incorrect or
no boiler coding card is inserted
04: 0
Switching differential 4 ˚C / 7.2 ˚F
04: 1
Heat demand-dependent switching differential:
ERB50 function
(values from 6 to 12 ˚C / 10.8 to 21.6 ˚F)
ERB80 function
(values from 6 to 20 ˚C / 10.8 to 36 ˚F)
System type
01: 1
Single boiler system
Boiler/burner
02: 1
03: 0
04:*1
Two-stage burner
Gas fired operation
Switching differential
(Please note: see page 147)
04: 2
*1
5581 750 v1.3
The factory setting is defaulted by the boiler coding card.
140
Coding – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Coding 2 (cont.)
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
Burner (mod.) (see page 79)
05: 70 Burner curve
05: 0
Linear burner curve
05: 1
to
05: 99
Non-linear burner curve
(see page 79):
PT in kW
x 100
Pmax in kW %
= PT in %
PT
Partial load at 1/3
of the burner
actuator operating
time
Pmax Maximum output
Boiler/burner
06: 87 Maximum boiler water temperature limit
87 ˚C / 186 ˚F
06: 20 Maximum boiler water temperature limit
to
adjustable from 20 to 127 ˚C / 68 to 127 ˚F
06:127
Boiler
07: 1
Consecutive boiler number in multi-boiler systems
(in conjunction with coding address 01)
07: 2
to
07: 4
Consecutive boiler number in multi-boiler systems
(in conjunction with coding address 01)
Burner (two stage/mod.) (see page 78)
08:*1
Maximum burner output
in kW
08: 0 Maximum output adjustable from 0 to 199 kW;
to
1 setting step = 1 kW
08:199
09:*1
Maximum burner output
in kW
09: 0 Maximum output adjustable from 0 to 19900 kW;
to
1 setting step = 100 kW
09:199
0A:*1
Burner base output
in percent
0A: 0 PG in kW
x 100
to
Pmax in kW %
0A:100
= PG in %
PG Base output
Pmax Maximum output
*1
5581 750 v1.3
The factory setting is defaulted by the boiler coding card.
141
Coding – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Coding 2 (cont.)
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
Boiler
0C: 5
0d: 2
0C: 0
No function
0C: 1
Constant control of return temperature
0C: 2
Controlled with time-delay isolation valve
0C: 3
Isolation valve controlled via boiler water
temperature
0C: 4
Isolation valve modulating subject to set
boiler water temperature
0d: 0
Without Therm-Control
0d: 1
With Therm-Control, affects mixing valves
of downstream heating circuits
Shutdown differential in ˚C / ˚F
Burner is switched OFF when the set boiler
water temperature is exceeded
13: 0
Without shutdown differential
13: 2
to
13: 20
Shutdown differential adjustable from 2 to 20 ˚C /
3.6 to 36 ˚F
Minimum operating time in minutes
14: 0
to
14: 15
Minimum operating time adjustable from 0 to 15
minutes
Isolation valve modulating independently
of set boiler water temperature
With Therm-Control, affects isolation valve
(function inactive, if 0C : 1 is programmed)
Boiler/burner
13:*1
Burner
14:*1
Burner (mod.) (see page 79)
15: 10 Burner actuator run time
10 seconds
15: 5 Operating time adjustable from 5 to 199 seconds
to
for Vitocrossal 300 with MatriX burner
15:199 Set
Type CM3 and CU3: 15 : 64
Type CV3: 15 : 19
*1
5581 750 v1.3
The factory setting is defaulted by the boiler coding card.
142
Coding – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Coding 2 (cont.)
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
Burner (two stage/mod.)
16:*1
Burner offset in ˚C / ˚F
16: 0
temporary reduction of set boiler water temperature to
after burner start
16: 15
Offset during start-up optimization adjustable
from 0 to 15 ˚C / 0 to 27 ˚F
1A:*1
Start-up optimization in minutes
1A: 0
to
1A: 60
Duration of start-up optimisation adjustable
from 0 to 60 minutes
Time from burner ignition to control unit start
60 seconds
1b: 0
Control delay adjustable
to
from 0 to 199 seconds
1b:199
Burner
1b: 60
1C:120 Start-up delay
1C: 1 Start-up delay adjustable from 1 to199 seconds
120 seconds
to
(only adjustable if no operating signal B4 is available 1C:199
at burner plugfA)
Boiler
1F: 0
Flue gas temperature is not monitored for burner
maintenance indication
1F: 1
to
1F: 50
With flue gas temperature sensor:
Maintenance indication will be issued if flue
gas temperature exceeded; adjustable
from 10 to 500 ˚C / 50 932 ˚F
1 setting step = 10 ˚C / 18 ˚F
Boiler/burner
21: 0
No run hours interval for burner maintenance
21: 1 Number of run hours by burner before maintenance
to
is adjustable from 100 to 10000 hours;
21:100 1 setting step = 100 hours
23: 0
No time interval for burner maintenance
23: 1
to
23: 24
Time interval adjustable from 1 to 24 months
*1
5581 750 v1.3
The factory setting is defaulted by the boiler coding card.
143
Coding – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Coding 2 (cont.)
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
Boiler/burner
24: 0
No maintenance indication
24: 1
Maintenance indication in display (address is
automatically set and must be manually reset
after maintenance has been carried out)
26: 1
to
26: 99
Input of 0.1 to 9.9;
1 setting step
= 0.1 litre or
gallons/hour*1
Boiler/burner (two-stage)
26: 0
Burner fuel consumption (stage 1);
no count, if 26 : 0 and 27 : 0 have been
programmed
27: 0
27: 1 Input of 10 to 1990;
to
1 setting step
27:199 = 10 litres or
gallons/hour*1
Boiler/burner
28: 0
No burner interval ignition
28: 1
The burner will be force-started for
30 seconds after 5 hours
29: 1
to
29: 99
Input of 0.1 to 9.9;
1 setting step
= 0.1 litre or
gallons/hour*1
Boiler/burner (two-stage)
29: 0
Burner fuel consumption (stage 2);
no count, if 29 : 0 and 2A : 0 have been
programmed
2A: 0
2A: 1 Input of 10 to 1990;
to
1 setting step
2A:199 = 10 litres or
gallons/hour*1
General
2b: 5
Maximum pre-heating time of isolation valve
5 minutes
2b: 0
No pre-heating time
2b: 1
to
2b: 60
Pre-heating time adjustable from
1 to 60 minutes
*1
5581 750 v1.3
The fuel consumption can only be scanned in conjunction with Vitosoft or Vitocom.
144
Coding – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Coding 2 (cont.)
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
General (cont.)
2C: 5
2C: 0
No time delay
2C: 1
to
2C: 60
Time delay adjustable
from 1 to 60 minutes
Shunt pump control function only ON if boiler
is enabled
2d: 1
Shunt pump control function ON, independent
of whether boiler is enabled or not
Actuator operating time for isolation valve,
three-way mixing valve or mixing valve motor
in conjunction with return temperature control
125 seconds
40: 5 Operating time adjustable from 5 to 199 seconds
to
40:199
Maximum time delay of isolation valve 5 minutes
Boiler
2d: 0
General
40:12
5
4A: 0 SensoraJA not installed
4A: 1
Sensor aJA installed
(e.g. Therm-Control temperature sensor);
will be recognised automatically
4b: 0
Sensor aJB not installed
4b: 1
Sensor aJB installed
(e.g. temperature sensor T2);
will be recognised automatically
4C: 2
Connection on plug sÖA1:
Therm-Control switching contact
4C: 1
Do not adjust
4C: 3
DHW recirculation pump
4d: 2
Boiler circuit pump
4d: 3
Boiler circuit pump with isolation valve function
Connection on plug sL:
Shunt pump
5581 750 v1.3
4d: 1
145
Coding – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Coding 2 (cont.)
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
General
4E: 0
4F: 5
Connection on plug gS:
Isolation valve or three-way mixing valve for
return temperature control
4E: 1
Do not adjust
Time delay shunt or boiler circuit pump
5 minutes
4F: 0
No pump time delay
4F: 1
to
4F: 60
Time delay adjustable
from 1 to 60 minutes
Without communication module
76: 1
With LON communication module;
will be recognized automatically
76: 2
Do not adjust
General
76: 0
77: 1
LON participant number
77: 2
to
77: 99
LON participant number, adjustable from 1 to 99
Please note:
Allocate each number only once.
78: 1
Enable LON communication
78: 0
Disable LON communication
79: 0
Control unit is not fault manager
79: 1
Control unit is fault manager
80: 1
A fault message is issued
if a fault is active for at least 5 seconds
80: 0
Immediate fault message
Temperature display in Celsius
88: 1
88: 0
8A:175 Display of codings which can be adjusted with
system layout
80: 2 Minimum fault duration before displaying a fault
to
message is adjustable from 10 to 995 seconds;
80:199 1 setting step = 5 seconds
Temperature display in Fahrenheit
8A:176 Display of all codings, irrespective of system layout
or connected accessories
93: 0
Central fault message during economy
mode/service indication does not affect
central fault messages
93: 1
Central fault message during economy
mode/service indication does affect central fault
messages
94: 0
Without plug-in adaptor for external safety
equipment
94: 1
With plug-in adaptor for external safety equipment;
will be recognized automatically
98: 1
Viessmann system number
(in conjunction with monitoring several systems
within one LON system via Vitocom 300)
98: 1
to
98: 5
System number adjustable from 1 to 5
9b: 0
No function
9b: 1
Do not adjust
to
9b:127
9C: 20
Monitoring LON participants
When there is no response from a participant,
values defaulted inside the control unit continue
to be used for a further 20 minutes. Only then
will a fault message be triggered.
9C: 0
No monitoring
9C: 5
to
9C: 60
Time adjustable
from 5 to 60 minutes
No function
9d: 1
Do not adjust
9d: 0
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5581 750 v1.3
92:160 Do not adjust
Address will only be displayed if 8A : 176 has been programmed.
Coding – Vitotronic 100
Burner switching differential
For adjustment, see coding 04 on page 140.
Switching differential 4 ˚C / 7 ˚F (coding 04 : 0)
Burner
ON
Time
OFF
+2
Set
-2
Lower
heat demand
Average
heat demand
Higher
heat demand
Heat demand-dependent switching differential
ERB50 function (coding 04 : 1)
Subject to heat demand, values between 6 and 12 ˚C / 11 and 22 ˚F result.
Burner
ON
Time
OFF
+9
+3
Set
-3
Lower
heat demand
Average
heat demand
Higher
heat demand
ERB80 function (coding 04 : 2)
Subject to heat demand, values between 6 and 20 ˚C / 11 to 36 ˚F result.
Burner
ON
Time
OFF
+17
+3
Set
-3
Lower
heat demand
Average
heat demand
High
heat demand
The heat demand-dependent switching differential takes the boiler load into account.
The switching differential, i.e. the burner operating time, changes based on current heat demand.
Resetting codings to the factory setting
5581 750 v1.3
1
2
3
Code 2
Cod. 2
1. Press w and rw simultaneously
for approx. two seconds.
2. Press D.
Confirm Base setting? “Yes” with
.
Select Base setting “Yes” or
Base setting “No” with
or
.
147
Coding – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Coding 1
Calling up coding 1
1
2
3
Code 1
Cod. 1
1. Press 9 and w simultaneously
for approx. 2 seconds.
2. Select the required coding address
or
;
with
the address flashes;
confirm with
,
the value flashes.
3. Change the value with
or
;
confirm with
.
The display briefly shows Adopted,
then the address flashes again.
Call up further addresses
or
.
with
4. Press 9 and w simultaneously
for approx. 1 second.
Summary
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
System design
00: 1
System circuit A1,
without DHW heating
00: 2
System circuit A1,
with DHW heating
00: 3
Mixing valve circuit M2,
without DHW heating
00: 4
Mixing valve circuit M2,
with DHW heating
00: 5
Boiler circuit A1 and
Mixing valve circuit M2,
without DHW heating
00: 6
Boiler circuit A1 and
Mixing valve circuit M2,
with DHW heating
00: 7
Mixing valve circuit M2 and M3,
without DHW heating
00: 8
Mixing valve circuit M2 and M3,
with DHW heating
00: 9
Boiler circuit A1 and
Mixing valve circuits M2 and M3,
without DHW heating
00: 10
Boiler circuit A1 and
Mixing valve circuits M2 and M3,
with DHW heating
35: 1
to
35: 3
1 to 3 boilers connected to
Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Number of boilers
4 boilers connected to Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
5581 750 v1.3
35: 4
148
Coding – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Coding 1 (cont.)
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
Multi-boiler control unit
36: 0
Electronic minimum system supply temperature
limit
set to 0 ˚C / 32 ˚F
36: 1 Electronic minimum system supply temperature
to
limit adjustable from 0 to 127 ˚C / 32 to 261 ˚F
36:127
37: 80
Electronic maximum system supply temperature
limit
set to 80 ˚C / 176 ˚F
37: 20 Electronic maximum system supply temperature
to
limit adjustable from 20 to 127 ˚C / 68 to 261 ˚F
37:127
Control type
3b: 1
Autonomous boiler parallel connection with supply
temperature sensor
3b: 0
Autonomous boiler parallel connection without
supply temperature sensor
3b: 2
Autonomous boiler series connection without
supply temperature sensor
3b: 3
Autonomous boiler series connection with supply
temperature sensor
3b: 4
Sequential type of control with supply temperature
sensor
3C: 0
Gross calorific strategy
(see page 109)
3C: 1
Net calorific strategy 1
(see page 110)
Control strategy
3C: 2
Net calorific strategy 2
(see page 110)
General
40: 5 Operating time adjustable from 5 to 199 seconds
to
40:199
5581 750 v1.3
40:125 Actuator operating time for isolation valve,
three-way mixing valve or mixing valve motor in
conjunction with permanent return temperature
control 125 seconds
149
Coding – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Coding 1 (cont.)
Coding in factory setting
Possible change
General (cont.)
77: 5
LON participant number
77: 1
to
77: 99
LON participant number, adjustable from 1 to 99
Please note
Allocate each number only once.
A2: 0
Without DHW tank priority applicable to heating
circuit pump
A2: 1
A2: 3
to
A2: 15
No function
A5: 0
Without heating circuit pump logic function
DHW priority A1
A2: 2 DHW tank priority applicable to heating circuit
pump
Summer econ. A1
A5: 5 With heating circuit pump logic function
Supply min. temp. A1
C5: 20 Electronic minimum supply temperature limit
20 ˚C / 68 ˚F
C5: 1 Min. limit adjustable from 1 to 127 ˚C / 24 to 261 ˚F;
to
only effective with room heating with normal temp.
C5:127
Supply max. temp. A1
C6: 75 Maximum supply temperature limit 75 ˚C / 176 ˚F
C6: 10 Maximum limit adjustable from 10 to 127 ˚C /
to
50 to 261 ˚F
C6:127
DHW priority M2/M3
A2: 2 DHW tank priority applicable to heating circuit
pump and mixing valve
Coding in the factory setting
A2: 0
Without DHW tank priority applicable to heating
circuit pump and mixing valve
A2: 1
DHW tank priority only applicable to mixing valve
A2: 3
to
A2: 15
Do not adjust
Possible change
Summer econ. M2/M3
A5: 5 With heating circuit pump logic function
A5: 0
Without heating circuit pump logic function
Supply min. temp. M2/M3
C5: 20 Electronic minimum supply temperature limit
20 ˚C / 68 ˚F
C5: 1 Minimum limit adjustable from 1 to 127 ˚C / 34
to
to 261 ˚F; only effective with room heating with
C5:127 normal temperature
Supply max. temp. M2/M3
C6: 10 Maximum limit adjustable from 10 to 127 ˚C /
to
50 to 261 ˚F
C6:127
5581 750 v1.3
C6: 75 Maximum supply temperature limit 75 ˚C / 167 ˚F
150
Coding – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Coding 2
The summary from page 152 lists all possible coding addresses.
System design
Cod. 00
The coding addresses are grouped in
accordance with the adjacent
sequence.
Multi-boiler control unit
Cod. 35 to 3F
General
Cod. 40
Multi-boiler control unit
Cod. 41 to 49
General
Cod. 4A to 4F
DHW
Cod. 54 to 75
General
Cod. 76 to 9F
System circuit A1
Cod. A0 to F2
Mixer circuit M2
Cod. A0 to F2
Mixer circuit M3
Cod. A0 to F2
Initially the possible coding addresses
A0 to F2 for the system circuit A1 are
scrolled, then those for mixing valve
circuits M2 and M3, again starting with
coding address A0.
Calling up coding 2
1
2
3
Code 2
Cod. 2
1. Press w and rw simultaneously
for approx. 2 seconds;
confirm with
.
4. Press w and rw simultaneously
for approx. one second.
5581 750 v1.3
2. Select the required coding address
with
or
;
the address flashes;
confirm with
,
the value flashes.
3. Change the value with
or
;
confirm with
.
The display briefly shows adopted,
then the address flashes again.
Call up further addresses
with
or
.
151
Coding – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Coding 2 (cont.)
Overall summary
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
System design
00: 1
See page 148
Multi-boiler control unit
35: 4
4 boilers connected to Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
35: 1
to
35: 3
1 to 3 boilers connected to Vitotronic 333, MW1S
36: 0
Electronic minimum system supply temperature
limit set to 0 ˚C / 32 ˚F
36: 1 Electronic minimum system supply temperature
to
limit adjustable from 0 to 127 ˚C / 32 to 261 ˚F
36:127
37: 80 Electronic maximum system supply temperature
limit set to 80 ˚C / 176 ˚F
37: 20 Electronic maximum system supply temperature
to
limit adjustable from 20 to 127 ˚C / 68 to 261 ˚F
37:127
38: 0
38: 1
No changing of lead boiler and the boiler sequence
Please note:
In multi-boiler systems, where one boiler is
permamently provided as standby boiler, change
38: 2
that boiler over to become the active boiler only in
to
longer intervals, e.g. as part of the annually required 38:200
system inspection.
Changing the lead boiler:
After 200 to 20000 run hours, the boiler with
the next higher number (coding address 07 of
Vitotronic 100) becomes lead boiler;
1 setting step = 100 run hours
No permanent lead boiler
39: 1
to
39: 4
Boiler 1, 2, 3 or 4 is permanent lead boiler
3A: 0 No permanent last boiler
3A: 1
to
3A: 4
Boiler 1, 2, 3 or 4 is permanent last boiler
5581 750 v1.3
39: 0
Changing the lead boiler:
Every 1st day of the month, the boiler with the
burner which has operated for the shortest number
of hours, becomes lead boiler
152
Coding – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Coding 2 (cont.)
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
Multi-boiler control (cont.)
3b: 1
3C: 2
Autonomous boiler parallel connection with
supply temperature sensor
Net calorific strategy 2
(see page 110)
3b: 0
Autonomous boiler parallel connection
without supply temperature sensor
3b: 2
Autonomous boiler series connection
without supply temperature sensor
3b: 3
Autonomous boiler series connection with supply
temperature sensor
3b: 4
Sequential type of control with supply temperature
sensor
3C: 0
Gross calorific strategy
(see page 109)
3C: 1
Net calorific strategy 1
(see page 110)
3d: 1
Output balance for gross calorific strategy and
net calorific strategy 1
3d: 0
No output statement
Please note:
Vitotronic 333, MW1S controls only in accordance
with net calorific strategy 2
3E: 0
Common supply pump ON/OFF subject to heat
demand
3E: 1
Common supply pump OFF, if external disable
(plug aVD) is active
3F: 0
Without DHW tank priority for common supply
pump
3F: 1
With DHW tank priority for common supply pump
Actuator operating time for isolation valve,
three-way mixing valve or mixing valve motor in
conjunction with permanent return temperature
control 125 seconds
40: 5 Operating time adjustable from 5 to 199 seconds
to
40:199
General
5581 750 v1.3
40:12
5
153
Coding – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Coding 2 (cont.)
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
Multi-boiler control unit
41: 31 No ECO threshold boiler 1
41:–30 ECO threshold boiler 1 adjustable
to
from –30 to +30 ˚C / –22 to +86 ˚F
41:+3
0
42: 31 No ECO threshold boiler 2
42:–30 ECO threshold boiler 2 adjustable
to
from –30 to +30 ˚C / –22 to +86 ˚F
42:+3
0
43: 31 No ECO threshold boiler 3
43:–30 ECO threshold boiler 3 adjustable
to
from –30 to +30 ˚C / –22 to +86 ˚F
43:+3
0
44: 31 No ECO threshold boiler 4
44:–30 ECO threshold boiler 4 adjustable
to
from –30 to +30 ˚C / –22 to +86 ˚F
44:+3
0
45: 60 Start-up integral threshold set to
60 Kelvin × minute
45: 1 Start-up integral threshold adjustable
to
from 1 to 255 Kelvin × minute
45:255 Please note:
If the threshold is exceeded, one boiler or
one burner stage is switched ON
46: 40 Shutdown integral threshold set to
40 Kelvin × minute
46: 1 Shutdown integral threshold adjustable
to
from 1 to 255 Kelvin × minute
46:255 Please note:
If the threshold is exceeded, one boiler or
one burner stage is switched OFF
47: 15 Shutdown differential
set to 15 ˚C / 27 ˚F
47: 2
to
47: 30
5581 750 v1.3
Shutdown differential adjustable
from 2 to 30 ˚C / 3.6 to 54 ˚F
Please note:
One boiler or one burner stage will be switched
OFF, if actual supply temperature exceeds the
set supply temperature by this value
154
Coding – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Coding 2 (cont.)
Coding in factory setting
Possible change
Multi-boiler control (cont.)
48: 35 Only for sequential type of control:
Control amplification of supply temperature
set to 3.5 %/K
49: 40 Only for sequential type of control:
Control integral time of supply temperature
set to 400 seconds
48: 1
Control amplification adjustable
to
from 0.1 to 19.9 %/K
48:199 1 setting step = 0.1 %/K
49: 1
Control integral time adjustable
to
from 10 to 1990 seconds
49:199 1 setting step = 10 seconds
General
4A: 0
Sensor aJA not installed
4A: 1
Sensor aJA installed
(e.g. temperature sensor T1);
will be recognised automatically
4b: 0
Sensor aJB not installed
4b: 1
Sensor aJB installed
(e.g. temperature sensor T2);
will be recognised automatically
4C: 0
Connection on plug sÖA1:
Heating circuit pump
4C: 1
Primary pump – DHW tank
heating system
4C: 2
Do not adjust
4C: 3
Do not adjust
Connection on plug sL:
Shunt pump
4d: 0
Common supply pump
Connection on plug gSA1:
3-way mixing valve for controlling return temperature
4E: 1
Three-way mixing valve
4F: 0
No pump time delay
4F: 1
to
4F: 60
Time delay adjustable
from 1 to 60 minutes
4d: 1
4E: 0
Time delay on activation shunt or common supply pump
5 minutes
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4F: 5
155
Coding – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Coding 2 (cont.)
Coding in the factory setting
Possible change
DHW
54: 0
55: 0
Without solar control unit
DHW heating,
differential ± 2.5 ˚C / 4.5 ˚F
54: 1
With Vitosolic 100;
will be recognised automatically
54: 2
With Vitosolic 200;
will be recognised automatically
55: 1
Adaptive DHW heating active (speed of
temperature rise for DHW tank temperature
is taken into account during DHW heating)
55: 2
DHW tank temperature control with 2 DHW tank
temperature sensors
55: 3
DHW heating system
Setting range for DHW temperature 10 to 60 ˚C /
50 to 140 ˚F
56: 1
Setting range for DHW temperature 10 to 95 ˚C /
50 to 203 ˚F
¨Safety instructions!
Observe the max. permissible DHW temperature
Change adjustable high limit on boiler controls
58: 0
Without auxiliary function for DHW heating
58: 1
to
58: 95
Input of a 2nd set DHW value; adjustable
from 1 to 95 ˚C / 34 to 203 ˚F
Please note:
The DHW tank is heated to the 2 nd set value
during the 4 th DHW heating phase
59: 0
DHW tank heating:
Start-up point – 2.5 ˚C /– 4.5 ˚F
Shutdown point + 2.5 ˚C /+ 4.5 ˚F
59: 1
to
59: 10
Start-up point adjustable from 1 to 10 ˚C /
2 to 18 ˚F below set value
5A: 0 No function
5A: 1
Supply temperature demand from DHW tank
is maximum value of system
60: 20 During DHW heating, boiler water temperature
is max. 20 ˚C / 36 ˚F higher than set DHW
temperature
60: 10
to
60: 50
Difference between common supply temperature
and set DHW temperature is adjustable from
10 to 50 ˚C / 18 to 90 ˚F
62: 10 DHW recirculation pump will off delay up to max.
10 minutes
62: 0
DHW recirculation pump without off delay
62: 1
to
62: 15
Off delay adjustable from 1 to 15 minutes
5581 750 v1.3
56: 0
156
Coding – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Coding 2 (cont.)
Coding in factory setting
Possible change
DHW (cont.)
64: 2
66: 4
67: 0
During party mode and after external
changeover of operating program with
permanently normal room temperature:
Enable constant DHW heating enabled
and DHW recirculation pump ON
Input of set DHW value:
at programming unit and all installed
Vitotrol 300 remote control units
3rd
Without a
temperature
64: 0
No DHW heating, DHW recirculation pump OFF
64: 1
DHW heating and DHW recirculation pump acc. to time
program
66: 0
At programming unit
66: 1
At programming unit and remote control – system circuit A1
66: 2
At programming unit and remote control – mixing valve circuit
M2
66: 3
At programming unit and remote control – mixing valve circuit M3
66: 5
At remote control – system circuit A1
66: 6
At remote control mixing valve circuit M2
66: 7
At remote control – mixing valve circuit M3
67: 1
to
67: 95
With Vitosolic:
input of a 3rd set DHW set point temperature; adjustable
from 1 to 95 ˚C / 34 to 203 ˚F
Reloading suppression will be active below set temperature.
DHW tank is heated only by solar heating system.
set DHW set-point
68: 8
With 2 DHW tank temperature sensors
(coding 55 : 2):
DHW tank heating switch-off point
with set value × 0.8
68: 2
to
68: 10
Factor adjustable
from 0.2 to 1;
1 setting step = 0.1
69: 7
With 2 DHW tank temperature sensors
(coding 55 : 2):
DHW tank heating starting point with
set value × 0.7
69: 1
to
69: 9
Factor adjustable
from 0.1 to 0.9;
1 setting step = 0.1
70: 0
DHW recirculation pump ON acc. to time 70: 1
program when DHW heating is enabled
DHW recirculation pump ON according to time program
71: 0
DHW recirculation pump:
ON acc. to time program
71: 1
OFF during DHW heating to first set value
71: 2
ON during DHW heating to first set value
72: 1
OFF during DHW heating to second set value
72: 2
ON during DHW heating to second set value
73: 1
to
73: 6
During time program
1x/h ON for five minutes
to
6x/h ON for five minutes
73: 7
Constantly ON
75: 1
OFF
72: 0
5581 750 v1.3
73: 0
75: 0
DHW recirculation pump during
economy mode:
ON acc. to time program
157
Coding – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Coding 2 (cont.)
Coding in factory setting
Possible change
General
76: 0
Without communication module
76: 1
With LON communication module;
will be recognised automatically
77: 5
LON participant number
77: 1
to
77: 99
LON participant number, adjustable from 1 to 99
Please note:
Allocate each number only once
78: 1
Enable LON communication
78: 0
Disable LON communication
79: 1
Control unit is fault manager
79: 0
Control unit is not fault manager
7A: 1
With central control of:
System boiler circuit A1
7A: 2
Mixing valve circuit M2
7A: 3
Mixing valve circuit M3
7A: 0 Without central control of heating circuits
7b: 1
Transmitting time via LON BUS
7b: 0
No transmission of time via LON BUS
7F: 1
Detached house
7F: 0
Multi-occupancy house
80: 1
A fault message is issued,
if a fault is active for at least 5 seconds
80: 0
Immediate fault message
Automatic daylight saving time changeover
Please note:
Coding addresses 82 to 87 only feasible if
coding 81 : 1 is set.
81: 0
Manual changeover - daylight saving time
81: 2
81: 3
Accept time via LON
5581 750 v1.3
81: 1
80: 2 Minimum fault duration before displaying a fault
to
message is adjustable from 10 to 995 seconds;
80:199 1 setting step = 5 seconds
158
Coding – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Coding 2 (cont.)
Coding in factory setting
Possible change
General (cont.)
82: 3
Daylight saving time starts:
March
82: 1
to
82: 12
January
to
December
83: 5
Daylight saving time starts:
last week of month
83: 1
to
83: 5
Week 1
to
week 5 of selected month
84: 7
Daylight saving time starts:
last day of week (Sunday)
84: 1
to
84: 7
Monday
to
Sunday
85: 10
Daylight saving time ends:
October
85: 1
to
85: 12
January
to
December
86: 5
Daylight saving time ends:
last week of month
86: 1
to
86: 5
Week 1
to
week 5 of selected month
87: 7
Daylight saving time ends:
last day of week (Sunday)
87: 1
to
87: 7
Monday
to
Sunday
88: 0
Temperature display in Celsius
88: 1
Temperature display in Fahrenheit
8A:175 Display of those codings which can be adjusted
with your system version
8A:176 Display of all codings, irrespective of system
version or connected accessories
8E: 4
8E: 0
At programming unit
8E: 1
At programming unit and remote control –
system / boiler circuit A1
8E: 2
At programming unit and remote control –
mixing valve circuit M2
8E: 3
At programming unit and remote control –
mixing valve circuit M3
Displaying and acknowledging faults:
at programming unit and all installed Vitotrol
remote control units
90:128 Time constant for calculating adjusted outdoor
temperature
21.3 hours
5581 750 v1.3
91: 0
90: 0 Fast (low values) or slow (high values) matching
to
of supply temperature subject to set value when
90:199 outdoor temperature changes;
1 setting step = 10 minutes
Without heating program changeover
91: 1
With heating program changeover (connection
via plug aVD):
Changeover affects:
System circuit A1
91: 2
Mixing valve circuit M2
91: 3
System / Boiler circuit A1 and
mixing valve circuit M2
91: 4
Mixing valve circuit M3
91: 5
System / Boiler circuit A1 and
mixing valve circuit M3
91: 6
Mixing valve circuits M2 and M3
91: 7
All heating circuits (A1, M2, M3)
92:184 Do not adjust
Address will only be displayed if 8A : 176 has been programmed.
159
Coding – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Coding 2 (cont.)
Coding in factory setting
Possible change
General (cont.)
94: 0
Without plug-in adaptor for external safety
equipment
94: 1
With plug-in adaptor for external safety
equipment; will be recognised automatically
96: 1
With mixing valve extension Printed Circuit Board
96: 0
Without mixing valve extension Printed Circuit
Board
97: 2
Outdoor temperature at sensor connected to
control unit will be transmitted via LON BUS to
any connected Vitotronic 200-H
97: 0
No transmission via LON BUS
97: 1
Outdoor temperature is adopted from LON BUS
98: 1
Viessmann system number
(in conjunction with monitoring several systems
within one LON system with Vitocom 300)
98: 1
to
98: 5
System number adjustable from 1 to 5
99: 0
Connection to terminals 2 and 3 in plug aVD
(External disable/external mixing valve close)
inactive
99: 1
Contact affects:
No function
Mixing valve close
Mixing valve circuit M2
99: 3
No function
99: 4
Mixing valve close
Mixing valve circuit M3
99: 5
No function
99: 6
Mixing valve close
Mixing valve circuits M2 and M3
99: 7
No function
99: 8
External disable
99: 9
No function
99: 10
External disable and
mixing valve close
Mixing valve circuit M2
99: 11
No function
99: 12
External disable and
mixing valve close
Mixing valve circuit M3
99: 13
No function
99: 14
External disable and
mixing valve close
Mixing valve circuits M2 and M3
99: 15
No function
5581 750 v1.3
99: 2
160
Coding – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Coding 2 (cont.)
Coding in factory setting
Possible change
General (cont.)
9A: 0 Connection to terminals 1 and 2 in plug aVD
(External mixing valve open) inactive
9A: 1
Contact affects:
No function
9A: 2
Mixing valve open
Mixing valve circuit M2
9A: 3
No function
9A: 4
Mixing valve open
Mixing valve circuit M3
9A: 5
No function
9A: 6
Mixing valve open
Mixing valve circuits M2 and M3
99: 7
No function
9b: 70 Set minimum supply temperature for external
demand (input aVH)
70 ˚C / 158 ˚F
9b: 0
Input aVH blocked
9C: 20 Monitoring LON participants
When there is no response from a participant,
values defaulted inside control unit continue to be
used for a further 20 min. Only then will a fault
message be triggered.
9C: 0
No monitoring
9C: 5
to
9C: 60
Time adjustable
from 5 to 60 minutes
9d: 0
Without Input Module
0 to 10V
9d: 1
With Input Module 0 - 10V;
will be recognized automatically
9F: 8
With mixing valve circuit:
Differential temperature 8 ˚C / 14.4 ˚F
9F: 0
to
9F: 40
Differential temperature adjustable from 0 to 40 ˚C/
0 to 72 ˚F
5581 750 v1.3
9b: 1
Set temperature adjustable from 1 to 127 ˚C /
to
34 to 261 ˚F
9b:127
161
Coding – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Coding 2 (cont.)
Coding in factory setting
Possible change
System circuit/mixing valve circuit
A0: 0 Without remote control
A2: 2 With DHW tank priority applicable to heating circuit
pump and mixing valve
A3: 2 Outdoor temp. below 1 ˚C / 34 ˚F:
Heating circuit pump ON
Outdoor temp. above 3 ˚C / 37 ˚F:
Heating circuit pump OFF
For settings below 1 ˚C / 34 ˚F pipes outdoor
thermal insulation shell of building can freeze up,
particularly during standby mode, e.g. during
holidays.
With Vitotrol 200
A0: 2
With Vitotrol 300
A2: 0
Without DHW tank priority applicable to
heating circuit pump and mixing valve
A2: 1
With DHW tank priority for mixing valve:
Mixing valve is closed during DHW heating;
heating circuit pump operates
A2: 3
to
A2: 15
Do not adjust
A3:
A3:
A3:
A3:
A3:
A3:
A3:
A3:
A3:
A3:
A3:
A3:
to
A3:
–9
–8
–7
–6
–5
–4
–3
–2
–1
0
1
2
15
A4: 1
Heating circuit pump
(see back of manual for conversion chart)
ON at
OFF at
–10 ˚C –8 ˚C
– 9 ˚C
–7 ˚C
– 8 ˚C
–6 ˚C
– 7 ˚C
–5 ˚C
– 6 ˚C
–4 ˚C
– 5 ˚C
–3 ˚C
– 4 ˚C
–2 ˚C
– 3 ˚C
–1 ˚C
– 2 ˚C
0 ˚C
– 1 ˚C
1 ˚C
0 ˚C
2 ˚C
1 ˚C
3 ˚C
to
14 ˚C
16 ˚C
No frost protection
Adjustment only possible if coding A3 : –9 is set.
Please observe note regarding coding
address A3.
5581 750 v1.3
A4: 0 With frost protection
A0: 1
162
Coding – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Coding 2 (cont.)
Coding in factory setting
Possible change
System circuit/mixing valve circuit (cont.)
A5: 5
A6: 36
With heating circuit pump logic function
(economy circuit):
Heating circuit pump OFF, if outdoor temperature
(AT) is 1 K higher than set room temperature
(RTset)
AT > RTset + 1 K
Extended economy function inactive
A5: 0
A5:
A5:
A5:
A5:
A5:
A5:
A5:
to
A5:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Without heating circuit pump logic function
With heating circuit pump logic function:
Heating circuit pump OFF, if
AT > RTset + 5 K
AT > RTset + 4 K
AT > RTset + 3 K
AT > RTset + 2 K
AT > RTset + 1 K
AT > RTset + 1 K
AT > RTset – 1 K
to
AT > RTset – 9 K
15
A6: 5
to
A6: 35
Extended economy function active, i.e. burner
and heating circuit pump will be switched OFF,
and mixing valve will be closed at a variable value
which is adjustable between 5 and 35 ˚C / 41
and 95 ˚F plus 1 ˚C / 2 ˚F.
This value is based on dampened outdoor
temperature, comprising actual outdoor
temperature and a time constant which takes
cooling down of an average building into
consideration.
A7: 1
With mixing valve economy function
(extended heating circuit pump logic).
Heating circuit pump also OFF, if mixing valve
was closed longer than 12 minutes.
Heating circuit pump ON,
if mixing valve changes to control mode
or
after DHW tank heating (for 12 minutes)
or
If there is a risk of frost
A9: 0
Without pump stop function
A9: 1
to
A9: 15
Pump stop function adjustable from 1 to 15
AA: 0
Without output reduction
AA: 1
No function
Mixing valve circuit
A7: 0
Without mixing valve economy function
System circuit/mixing valve circuit
A9: 7
With pump stop function:
Heating circuit pump OFF during set-point value
changes (by changing operating mode or changes
on rotary selector ts or button tm)
Mixing valve circuit
With output reduction through temperature
sensor aJA
5581 750 v1.3
AA: 2
163
Coding – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Coding 2 (cont.)
Coding in factory setting
Possible change
Systems/mixing valve circuit
b0: 0*1
With remote control:
Heating mode/ reduced mode:
with outdoor reset
b0: 1
Heating mode:
with outdoor reset
Reduced mode:
with room temperature feed-back
b0: 2
Heating mode:
with room temperature feed-back
Reduced mode:
with outdoor reset
b0: 3
Heating mode/ reduced mode:
with room temperature feed-back
b2: 0
No room influence
b2: 1
to
b2: 31
Room influence factor adjustable from 1 to 31
b5: 1
Heating circuit pump OFF, if actual room
temperature (RTactual) is 1.5 ˚C / 2.7 ˚F
higher than set room temperature (RTset)
RTactual > RTset + 1.5 ˚C / 2.7 ˚F
Heating circuit pump ON, if actual room
temperature (RTactual) is 0.5 ˚C / 0.9 ˚F
higher than set room temperature (RTset)
RTactual > RTset + 0.5 ˚C / 0.9˚F
With remote control unit and for heating circuit,
operation with room temperature feed-back must
be programmed:
Without quick heat-up/quick setback
b6: 1
With quick heat-up/quick setback (see page 114)
With remote control unit and for heating circuit,
operation with room temperature feed-back must
be programmed:
Without start-up optimization
b7: 1
With start-up optimization:
Max. offset
2 hours 30 minutes
b7: 2
Max. off-set
15 hours 50 minutes
b1: 0
Do not adjust
b2: 8*1
With remote control unit and for heating circuit,
operation with room temperature feed-back must
be programmed:
Room influencing factor 8
b3: 0*1
Do not adjust
Systems/mixing valve circuit (cont.)
b5: 0*1
b6: 0*1
b7: 0*1
With remote control:
Without room temperature dependent heating
circuit pump logic function
Change coding – for system circuit A1 only for boilers without lower temperature limit – for mixing valve circuit only, if remote control
unit affects this heating circuit.
164
5581 750 v1.3
*1
Coding – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Coding 2 (cont.)
Coding in factory setting
Possible change
Systems/mixing valve circuit (cont.)
b8:10* With remote control unit and for heating circuit,
1
operation with room temperature feed-back must
be programmed:
Heat-up gradient – start-up optimization
10 minutes/ ˚C
b9: 0*
1
C0: 0*
1
With remote control unit and for heating circuit,
operation with room temperature feed-back must
be programmed:
Without learning start-up optimization
b8: 11 Heat-up gradient adjustable from 11 to
to
255 minutes/ ˚C
b8:255
b9: 1
With remote control:
Without shut-down optimization
C0: 1
C1:
0*
1
C2: 0*
1
With shutdown optimization:
Max. off-set 1 hour
C0: 2
Max. off-set 2 hours
C1: 1
to
C1: 12
With shutdown optimization:
Max. off-set from
10 to 120 minutes;
1 setting step = 10 minutes
C2: 1
With learning shutdown optimization
With remote control:
Without shut-down optimization
With remote control:
Without learning shutdown optimization
With learning start-up optimization
Mixing valve circuit
C3:12
5
Mixing valve operating time 125 seconds
C3: 10 Operating time adjustable from 10 to 255 seconds
to
C3:255
*1
5581 750 v1.3
Change coding – for system circuit A1 only for boilers without lower temperature limit – for mixing valve circuit only, if remote control
unit affects this heating circuit.
165
Coding – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Coding 2 (cont.)
Coding in factory setting
Possible change
Mixing valve circuit
C4: 1
System dynamics – mixing valve control
characteristics
C4: 0
to
C4: 3
Controller responds too quickly (cycles between
open and close):
select a higher value.
Controller acts too slowly (temperature is not
maintained correctly):
select a lower value.
System circuit/mixing valve circuit
C5: 20 Electronic minimum supply temperature limit 20 ˚C/
68 ˚F
C5: 1 Minimum limit adjustable from 1 to 127 ˚C / 34
to
to 261 ˚F; only effective with room heating with
C5:127 normal temperature
C6: 75 Electronic maximum supply temperature limit
75 ˚C/ 167 ˚F
C6: 10 Maximum temperature limit adjustable from 10
to
to 127 ˚C / 50 to 261 ˚F
C6:127
C8:31* With remote control unit and for heating circuit,
1
operation with room temperature feed-back must
be programmed:
Without limiting room influence
d5: 0
External heating program changeover via plug aVD:
Heating program changes to constant operation
with reduced room temperature
C8: 1
to
C8: 30
Room influence limit adjustable from 1 to 30 K
d5: 1
Heating program changes to constant operation
with normal room temperature
Systems/mixing valve circuit (cont.)
E1: 1
With remote control:
Normal day temperature is adjustable at remote
control unit from 10 to 30 ˚C / 50 to 86 ˚F
E2: 50 With remote control:
No display correction of actual room temperature
E1: 0
Normal day temperature adjustable from 3 to
23 ˚C/
37 to 74 ˚F
E1: 2
from 17 to 37 ˚C / 63 to 99 ˚F
E2: 0
to
E2: 49
Display correction – 5 ˚C / – 9 ˚F
to
display correction – 0.1 ˚C / – 0.18 ˚F
E2: 51
to
E2: 99
Display correction + 0.1 ˚C / +0.18 ˚F
to
display correction + 4.9 ˚C / 8.8 ˚F
*1
5581 750 v1.3
Change coding – for system circuit A1 only for boilers without lower temperature limit – for mixing valve circuit only, if remote control
unit affects this heating circuit.
166
Coding – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Coding 2 (cont.)
Coding in factory setting
Possible change
Mixing valve circuit
F1: 0
Slab curing function inactive
F1: 1
to
F1: 4
Slab curing function adjustable in accordance
with four optional temperature-time profiles
(see page 168)
Please note:
Observe slab curing supplier’s instructions.
Observe local regulations.
Report to be provided by heating contractor
must contain following details:
Heat-up data with their respective supply
temperatures
Max. supply temperature achieved
Operating condition and outdoor temperature
during handover
Function continues after power failure or after
control unit has been switched OFF.
Heating program rw will be started, after
screed-drying function has been completed or
if address is manually set to 0.
Systems/mixing valve circuit
F2: 8
Time limit for party mode 8 hours*1
F2: 0
No time limit for party mode*1
F2: 1
to
F2: 12
Time limit for party mode adjustable from 1 to
12 hours*1
*1
5581 750 v1.3
Party mode ends automatically with heating program rw when system changes over to operation with normal room temperature.
167
Coding – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Slab curing function diagram
Coding, see page 167.
Supply
temperature °C
Temperature-time profile 1 (coding F1 : 1)
(See back of manual for temperature conversion chart)
50
40
30
20
10
1
5
10
15
20
25
30
Days
Supply
temperature °C
Temperature-time profile 2 (coding F1 : 2)
50
40
30
20
10
1
5
10
15
20
25
30
Days
Supply
temperature °C
Temperature-time profile 3 (coding F1 : 3)
50
40
30
20
10
1
5
10
15
20
25
30
Days
Supply
temperature °C
Temperature-time profile 4 (coding F1 : 4)
50
40
30
20
10
5
10
15
20
25
30
Days
5581 750 v1.3
1
168
Connection and wiring diagrams – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Summary
Low voltage motherboard
Line voltage motherboard
Programming unit
Optolink Printed Circuit
Board/override switch
A8 Supplementary Printed Circuit
Board
A9 Boiler coding card
A10 LON communication module
A11 Power supply unit Printed Circuit
Board
A12 Boiler control unit
5581 750 v1.3
A2
A3
A6
A7
169
Connection and wiring diagrams – Vitotronic 100, GC1
A1
1
34-pin
Low voltage motherboard
.
Boiler temperature sensor
No function
Flue gas temperature sensor
Temperature sensor T1
Temperature sensor T2
Connection for external
equipment
aVG KM BUS
aVH Connection for external
equipment
LON Interconnecting cable for data
transfer between control units
S3
Override switch S
V1 Fault indicator (red)
V2 ON/OFF indicator (green)
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A7
A2
A6
A9
A
8
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aG
aJA
aJB
aVD
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Line voltage motherboard
sÖ
sA
sL
fÖ
fA
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DHW pump
Shunt or boiler circuit pump
Power supply, 120 VAC
Burner, connection
to DIN 4791
gÖ Compiled failure alarm
gS Boiler isolation valve
or
Boiler return valve
lÖ Burner stage 2/mod.
aBÖ External connections
a External safety equipment
(remove jumper
when connecting)
b External disable
(remove jumper
when connecting)
c External burner activation
aBA Safety circuit
aBH Power supply for connection
accessories
F1, F2 Fuses
F6
Fixed high limit E 120 ˚C/
248 ˚F
(99 or 110 ˚C/210 or 230 ˚F)
F7
Adjustable high limit R
95 ˚C / 203 ˚F
(100 ˚C, 110 ˚C /
212 ˚F, 230 ˚F)
K1-K10 Relays
S1
ON/OFF switch 8
S2
Test switch
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Connection and wiring diagrams – Vitotronic 100. GC1
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A11
ON ON
floating
Line voltage motherboard (cont.)
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Parts List – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Parts list Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
When ordering spare parts
Quote the part and serial no. (see type plate) and the item no. of the individual part (as per this parts list).
Obtain common parts from your local supplier.
Parts
001 Power supply module 120VAC
002 Cascade electronics module
004 Power module
005 Extension module
006 Frame for programming unit
007 Programming unit
010 Front panel with heating circuit
selector
013 Empty housing
018 Outdoor temperature sensor
019 Strap-on temperature sensor
020 DHW tank temperature sensor
021 Connecting cable
022 Ribbon cable
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011 Set of plug-in terminals
012 Low voltage supply cables
014 Installation and service instructions
016 Operating instructions
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Specification – Vitotronic 100, GC1
Rated voltage:
Rated frequency:
Rated current:
Power
consumption:
Safety class:
Protection:
Function:
120VAC
60 Hz
2 × 6 A~
5W
I
IP 20 D to
EN 60529, safeguard
through design and
installation
Type 1B to
EN 60730-1
*1
Total max. 6A~.
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Permissible
ambient
temperature
during operation:
0 to 40 ˚C
32 to 148 ˚F
Installation in living
accommodation and
boiler rooms (normal
ambient conditions)
during storage and transport:
–20 to 65 ˚C
– 4 to 149 ˚F
Relay output rating at 120VAC for
Switching
output sÖ:
2 FLA*1
Shunt or
boiler
circuit
pump sL:
2 FLA*1
Central fault
message gÖ:
2 FLA*1
Isolation
valve gS:
1 FLA*1
or
constant
return
temperature
control gS:
0.1 FLA*1
Burner
Plug fA:
3 FLA
Plug lÖ
– two stage:
0.5 FLA
– modulating:
0.1 FLA
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Specification – Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S
Rated voltage:
Rated frequency:
Rated current:
Power
consumption:
Safety class:
Protection:
120VAC
60 Hz
4A
10 W
I
IP 20 D to
EN 60529, safeguard
through design and
installation
Function:
Type 1B to
EN 60730-1
Permissible ambient temperature
during operation:
0 to 40 ˚C
32 to 104 ˚F
Installation in living
accommodation and
boiler rooms (normal
ambient conditions)
during storage and transport:
–20 to 65 ˚C
– 4 to 149 ˚F
Relay output rating at 230 V~ for
Heating circuit pump
or
primary pump
DHW tank heating
system sÖ:
2 FLA
DHW tank
heating
pump sA:
2 FLA
DHW
circulation
pump sK:
2 FLA
Shunt or
distribution
pump sL:
2 FLA
Central fault
message gÖ:
2 FLA
Three-way return
valve or isolation valve
0.1 FLA
Applicability
Vitotronic 100, type GC1,
From serial no. 7143 003 000 000 000
From serial no. 7187 096 000 000 000
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Vitotronic 300-K, MW1S,
From serial no. 7143 438 000 000 000
From serial no. 7187 114 000 000 000
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Viessmann Manufacturing Company (U.S.) Inc.
45 Access Road
Warwick, Rhode Island • 02886 • USA
Tel. (401) 732-0667 • Fax (401) 732-0590
www.viessmann-us.com • mail@viessmann-us.com
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Viessmann Manufacturing Company Inc.
750 McMurray Road
Waterloo, Ontario • N2V 2G5 • Canada
Tel. (519) 885-6300 • Fax (519) 885-0887
www.viessmann.ca • mail@viessmann.ca
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