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Sole/WasserWärmepumpe für
Innenaufstellung
Installation and
Operating Instructions
English
Instructions d’installation
et d’utilisation
Français
Montage- und
Gebrauchsanweisung
Brine-to-Water
Heat Pump for
Indoor Installation
Bestell-Nr. / Order no. / No de commande : 452231.66.11
Deutsch
SIK 11 ME
SIK 16 ME
Pompe à chaleur
eau glycolée-eau
pour installation
intérieure
FD 8612
Table of contents
1
Please Read Immediately .............................................................................................................E-2
1.1 Important Information.............................................................................................................................. E-2
1.2 Legal Regulations and Directives ........................................................................................................... E-2
1.3 Energy-Efficient Use of the Heat Pump .................................................................................................. E-2
2
Purpose of the Heat Pump ...........................................................................................................E-3
3
Basic Device ..................................................................................................................................E-3
4
Accessories ...................................................................................................................................E-4
4.1 Brine Circuit Manifold.............................................................................................................................. E-4
4.2 Brine Controller....................................................................................................................................... E-4
5
Transport........................................................................................................................................E-4
6
Set-up .............................................................................................................................................E-4
6.1 General Information ................................................................................................................................ E-4
6.2 Acoustic Emissions................................................................................................................................. E-4
7
Installation .....................................................................................................................................E-5
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
8
General Information ................................................................................................................................ E-5
Heating System Connection ................................................................................................................... E-5
Heat Source Connection......................................................................................................................... E-5
Electrical Connection .............................................................................................................................. E-5
Start-up...........................................................................................................................................E-6
8.1 General Information ................................................................................................................................ E-6
8.2 Preparation ............................................................................................................................................. E-6
8.3 Start-up Procedure ................................................................................................................................. E-6
9
Maintenance and Cleaning ...........................................................................................................E-7
9.1 Maintenance ........................................................................................................................................... E-7
9.2 Cleaning the Heating System ................................................................................................................. E-7
9.3 Cleaning the Heat Source System.......................................................................................................... E-7
10 Faults / Trouble-Shooting .............................................................................................................E-7
11 Decommissioning/Disposal .........................................................................................................E-7
12 Device Information ........................................................................................................................E-8
Anhang / Appendix / Annexes ............................................................................................................ A-I
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2.1 Application .............................................................................................................................................. E-3
2.2 Operating Principle ................................................................................................................................. E-3
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1
Please Read
Immediately
1.1
Important Information
ATTENTION!
The heat pump is not secured to the wooden pallet.
ATTENTION!
The heat pump must not be tilted more than 45° (in any direction).
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ATTENTION!
Do not use the holes in the panel assemblies for lifting the device!
ATTENTION!
In the case of large-volume heating circuits, an additional expansion
vessel must be used to supplement the installed expansion vessel (24
litres, 1.0 bar admission pressure).
ATTENTION!
The brine solution must contain at least a 25 % concentration of a
monoethylene glycol or propylene glycol-based antifreeze, which must
be mixed before filling.
ATTENTION!
The heat pump must be started up in accordance with the installation and
operating instructions of the heat pump controller.
ATTENTION!
The supplied dirt trap must be inserted in the heat source inlet of the heat
pump to protect the evaporator against the ingress of impurities.
ATTENTION!
We recommend the installation of a suitable corrosion protection system
to prevent the formation of deposits (e.g. rust) in the condenser of the
heat pump.
ATTENTION!
Any work on the heat pump may only be performed by authorised and
qualified after-sales service technicians.
ATTENTION!
Disconnect all electrical circuits from the power source prior to opening
the device.
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1.2
Legal Regulations and
Directives
This heat pump conforms to all relevant DIN/VDE regulations
and EU directives. Refer to the EC Declaration of Conformity in
the appendix for details.
The heat pump must be connected to the power supply in compliance with all relevant VDE, EN and IEC standards. Any further
connection requirements stipulated by local utility companies
must also be observed.
The heat pump is to be connected to the heat source system and
the heating system in accordance with all applicable regulations.
Persons, especially children, who are not capable of operating
the device safely due to their physical, sensory or mental abilities
or their inexperience or lack of knowledge, must not operate this
device without supervision or instruction by the person in charge.
Children must be supervised to ensure that they do not play with
the device.
1.3
Energy-Efficient Use of the
Heat Pump
By operating this heat pump you are helping to protect our environment. Both the heating system and the heat source must be
properly designed and dimensioned to ensure efficient operation.
It is particularly important to keep water flow temperatures as low
as possible. All connected energy consumers should therefore
be suitable for low flow temperatures. Raising the heating water
temperature by 1 K corresponds to an increase in energy consumption of approx.
2.5 %. Low-temperature heating systems with flow temperatures
between 30 °C and 50 °C are particularly well-suited for energyefficient operation.
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2.1
Purpose of the Heat
Pump
Application
The brine-to-water heat pump is designed for use in existing or
newly built heating systems. Brine is used as the heat transfer
medium in the heat source system. Borehole heat exchangers,
ground heat collectors or similar systems can be used as the
heat source.
2.2
Operating Principle
The heat generated by the sun, wind and rain is stored in the
ground. This heat stored in the ground is collected at a low temperature by the brine circulating in the ground heat collector, the
borehole heat exchanger or a similar system. A circulating pump
then conveys the “heated” brine to the evaporator of the heat
pump. There the heat is given off to the refrigerant in the refrigerating cycle. This cools the brine so that it can once again absorb
thermal energy in the brine circuit.
The refrigerant is drawn in by the electrically driven compressor,
compressed and “pumped” to a higher temperature level. The
electrical power needed to run the compressor is not lost in this
process. Most of it is absorbed by the refrigerant.
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Basic Device
The basic device consists of a ready-to-use heat pump for indoor
installation in a compact design. In addition to the control panel
with integral controller, the device is already equipped with all of
the most important components of the heating circuit and the
brine circuit:
„ Expansion vessel
„ Circulating pumps
„ Pressure relief valves
„ Pressure gauge
„ Overflow valve (heating circuit)
The refrigerating cycle contains the refrigerant R407C. R407C
refrigerant is CFC-free, non-ozone depleting and non-combustible.
All components required for the operation of the heat pump are
located on the control panel. The power feed for the load current
and the control current must be installed by the customer.
The customer must provide both the collector and the brine circuit manifold.
The refrigerant subsequently passes through the liquifier where it
transfers its thermal energy to the heating water. Depending on
the set operating point (thermostat setting), the heating water is
thus heated up to a max. of 60 °C.
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1)
Control panel
2)
Circulating pumps
3)
Liquifier
4)
Compressor
5)
Evaporator
6)
Expansion vessel
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2
4
4
Accessories
4.1
Brine Circuit Manifold
The brine circuit manifold merges the individual collector loops of
the heat source system into a single main pipe which is connected to the heat pump. Integrated ball valves allow the individual brine circuits to be shut off for de-aeration purposes.
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6.1
Set-up
General Information
The unit must be installed indoors on a level, smooth and horizontal surface. The entire base of the frame should lie directly on
the floor to ensure a good soundproof seal. If this is not the case,
additional sound insulation measures may be necessary.
English
The heat pump must be installed so that maintenance work can
be carried out without hindrance. This can be ensured by maintaining a clearance of approx. 1 m in front of and on each side of
the heat pump.
4.2
Brine Controller
If required by the authorities, a low-pressure brine controller can
be installed in the device. In this case, the connection located upstream from the brine expansion vessel provided for this purpose
is to be used.
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Transport
A lift truck is suited for transporting the unit on a level surface.
Carrying straps may be used if the heat pump needs to be transported on an uneven surface or carried up or down stairs. These
straps can be passed directly underneath the wooden pallet.
ATTENTION!
The heat pump is not secured to the wooden pallet.
ATTENTION!
The heat pump must not be tilted more than 45° (in any direction).
Use the holes provided in the sides of the frame to lift the unit
without the pallet. The side panel assemblies must be removed
for this purpose. Any commercially available length of pipe can
be used as a carrying aid.
ATTENTION!
Do not use the holes in the panel assemblies for lifting the device!
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6.2
Acoustic Emissions
The heat pump operates silently due to efficient sound insulation.
Internal insulation measures should be carried out to prevent vibrations from being transmitted to the foundation or to the heating system.
7.4
Installation
7.1
General Information
The following connections need to be established on the heat
pump:
„ Flow and return flow of the brine system
„ Flow for heating and domestic hot water preparation
„ Joint return flow for the heating and domestic hot water
preparation
„ Return flow of the overflow valve
„ Connection for an additional expansion vessel (according to
need)
„ Outflows for the pressure relief valves
„ Condensate outflow
„ Power supply
7.2
Heating System Connection
The heat pump is equipped with separate outputs for the heating
circuit and the hot water circuit.
7.3
Heat Source Connection
The following procedure must be observed when connecting the
heat source:
Connect the brine pipe to the heat pump flow and return.
The hydraulic plumbing diagram must be adhered to.
The dirt traps and micro bubble air separator included in the
scope of supply must be inserted in the brine inlet of the heat
pump by the customer.
The brine liquid must be produced prior to charging the system.
The liquid must have an antifreeze concentration of at least 25 %
to ensure frost protection down to -14 °C.
Only monoethylene glycol or propylene glycol-based antifreeze
may be used.
The heat source system must be de-aerated and checked for
leaks.
ATTENTION!
The brine solution must contain at least a 25 % concentration of a
monoethylene glycol or propylene glycol-based antifreeze, which must
be mixed before filling.
If the heat pump is not intended to be used to heat up the hot water, the hot water output must be permanently sealed.
7.4
Before connecting the heating water system to the heat pump,
the heating system must be flushed to remove any impurities,
residue from sealants, etc. Any accumulation of deposits in the
liquifier could cause the heat pump to completely break down.
The following electrical connections need to be established on
the heat pump.
An overflow valve is installed in the device for systems in which
the heating water flow can be shut off via the radiator or thermostat valves. This ensures a minimum heating water flow rate
through the heat pump and helps to avoid faults.
„ The control voltage cable must be connected to the control
panel of the heat pump.
Once the heating system has been installed, it must be filled, deaerated and pressure-tested.
Antifreeze protection for installation locations
prone to frost
The antifreeze function of the heat pump controller is active
whenever the controller and the heat circulating pumps are ready
for operation. If the heat pump is taken out of service or in the
event of a power failure, the system has to be drained. The heating circuit should be operated with a suitable antifreeze if heat
pump systems are implemented in buildings where a power failure can not be detected (holiday home).
The integrated expansion vessel has a volume of 24 litres. This
volume is suitable for buildings with a living space area to be
heated of maximum 200 m².
The volume should be checked by the heating system technician. If necessary, an additional expansion vessel must be installed (according to DIN 4751, Part 1). The tables listed in the
manufacturers’ catalogues simplify dimensioning the system on
the basis of the water content.
ATTENTION!
In the case of large-volume heating circuits, an additional expansion
vessel must be used to supplement the installed expansion vessel (24
litres, 1.0 bar admission pressure).
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Electrical Connection
„ The mains cable must be connected to the control panel of
the heat pump.
All electrical components required for the operation of the heat
pump are located on the control panel.
For detailed instructions on how to connect the external components and how the heat pump controller functions, please refer to
the device connection diagram and the operating manual supplied with the controller.
The mains cable is connected via the terminals X5: L/N/PE on
the control panel.
A disconnecting device with a contact gap of at least 3 mm (e.g.
utility blocking contactor or power contactor) as well as a 1-pole
circuit breaker have to be provided by the customer. The required conductor cross section is to be selected according to the
power consumption of the heat pump, the technical connection
requirements of the relevant electrical utility company as well as
all applicable regulations. Details on the power consumption of
the heat pump are listed on both the product information sheet
and the type plate. The connection terminals are designed for a
max. conductor cross section of 10 mm².
Connection of the control voltage via terminals X1:L/N/PE.
If a brine pump is required which is more powerful than the integral brine pump, a motor contactor and a corresponding motor
circuit breaker must be installed. In such cases, the contactor is
to be connected to the terminals for the internal brine pump (controller terminals J12/N03 and X1-N). The larger pump must then
be supplied by the supply network.
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8
8
Start-up
8.1
General Information
To ensure that start-up is performed correctly, it should only be
carried out by an after-sales service technician authorised by the
manufacturer. This may be a condition for extending the guarantee (see Warranty Service).
8.2
Preparation
The following items need to be checked prior to start-up:
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„ The heat pump must be fully connected, as described in
Chapter 7.
„ The heat source system and the heating circuit must have
been filled and checked.
„ Dirt traps and breathers must be inserted in the brine inlet of
the heat pump.
„ All valves that could impair proper flow in the brine and heating circuits must be open.
„ The heat pump controller must be adapted to the heating
system in accordance with the controller’s operating instructions.
„ Ensure the condensate outflow functions.
„ The outflows of the brine and heating water pressure relief
valves must not be impaired.
8.3
Start-up Procedure
The heat pump is started up via the heat pump controller.
ATTENTION!
The heat pump must be started up in accordance with the installation and
operating instructions of the heat pump controller.
The performance level of the circulating pump must be adapted
to the respective heating system.
The overflow valve must be adjusted to the requirements of the
respective heating system. Incorrect adjustment can lead to
faulty operation and increased energy consumption. We recommend carrying out the following procedure to correctly adjust the
overflow valve:
Close all of the heating circuits that may also be closed during
operation so that the most unfavourable operating state - with respect to the water flow rate - is achieved. This normally means
the heating circuits of the rooms on the south and west sides of
the building. At least one heating circuit must remain open (e.g.
bathroom).
The overflow valve should be opened far enough to produce the
maximum temperature spread between the heating flow and return flow listed in the table below for the current heat source temperature. The temperature spread should be measured as close
as possible to the heat pump. The heating element of mono energy systems should be disconnected.
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Heat source
temperature
Max. temperature spread
between heating flow and return
flow
From
To
-5° C
0° C
10 K
1° C
5° C
11 K
6° C
9° C
12 K
10° C
14° C
13 K
15° C
20° C
14 K
21° C
25° C
15 K
Any faults occurring during operation are displayed on the heat
pump controller and can be corrected as described in the operating manual of the heat pump controller.
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Maintenance and
Cleaning
9.1
Maintenance
The heat pump is maintenance-free. To prevent faults due to
sediment in the heat exchangers, care must be taken to ensure
that no impurities can enter either the heat source system or the
heating system. In the event that operating malfunctions due to
contamination occur nevertheless, the system should be cleaned
as described below.
9.2
Cleaning the Heating System
The ingress of oxygen into the heating water circuit may result in
the formation of oxidation products (rust), particularly if steel
components are used. These products enter the heating system
via the valves, the circulating pumps and/or plastic pipes. It is
therefore essential - in particular with respect to the piping of underfloor heating systems - that only diffusion-proof materials are
used.
ATTENTION!
We recommend the installation of a suitable corrosion protection system
to prevent the formation of deposits (e.g. rust) in the condenser of the
heat pump.
Residue from lubricants and sealants may also contaminate the
heating water.
In the case of severe contamination leading to a reduction in the
performance of the liquifier in the heat pump, the system must be
cleaned by a heating technician.
10 Faults / TroubleShooting
This heat pump is a quality product and is designed for troublefree operation. In the event that a fault should occur, it will be indicated on the heat pump manager display. Simply consult the
Faults and Trouble-shooting page in the operating instructions of
the heat pump manager.
If you cannot correct the fault yourself, please contact your aftersales service technician.
ATTENTION!
Any work on the heat pump may only be performed by authorised and
qualified after-sales service technicians.
ATTENTION!
Disconnect all electrical circuits from the power source prior to opening
the device.
11 Decommissioning/
Disposal
Before removing the heat pump, disconnect it from the power
source and close all valves. Observe all environmentally-relevant
requirements regarding the recovery, recycling and disposal of
materials and components in accordance with all applicable
standards. Particular attention should be paid to the proper disposal of refrigerants and refrigeration oils.
According to today’s state of knowledge, we recommend using a
5 % phosphoric acid solution for cleaning purposes. However, if
cleaning needs to be performed more frequently, a 5 % formic
acid solution should be used.
In either case, the cleaning fluid should be at room temperature.
We recommend flushing the heat exchanger in the direction opposite to the normal flow direction.
To prevent acidic cleaning agents from entering the heating system circuit, we recommend connecting the flushing device directly to the flow and return flow of the liquifier. It is important that
the system be thoroughly flushed using appropriate neutralising
agents to prevent any damage from being caused by cleaning
agent residue remaining in the system.
Acids must be used with great care and all relevant regulations of
the employers’ liability insurance associations must be adhered
to.
If in doubt, contact the manufacturer of the chemicals!
9.3
Cleaning the Heat Source
System
ATTENTION!
The supplied dirt trap must be inserted in the heat source inlet of the heat
pump to protect the evaporator against the ingress of impurities.
Clean the dirt trap’s filter screen one day after start-up and subsequently in weekly intervals. If no more signs of contamination
are evident, the filter can be removed to reduce pressure drops.
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12 Device Information
1
Type and order code
2
Design
2.1
Model
2.2
Degree of protection according to EN 60 529
2.3
Installation Location
3
Performance data
3.1
Operating temperature limits:
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Heating water flow
°C
Brine (heat source)
°C
Antifreeze
Minimum brine concentration (-13 °C freezing temperature)
3.2
Temperature spread of heating water (flow/return flow)
at B0 / W35
3.3
at B-5 / W55 1
Heat output / COP
K
SIK 11ME
SIK 16ME
Compact
Compact
IP 20
IP 20
Indoors
Indoors
Up to 55
Up to 55
-5 to +25
-5 to +25
Monoethylene glycol
Monoethylene glycol
25%
25%
9.9
10
13.3 / 2.2
kW / ---
9.4 / 2.4
1
kW / ---
11.3 / 3.0
15.5 / 2.9
at B0 / W35 1
kW / ---
11.8 / 4.4
15.8 / 4.2
at B0 / W50
3.4
Sound power level
3.5
Heating water flow with an internal pressure differential of m³/h / Pa
dB(A)
3.6
Free compression of heat circulating pump (max. level)
Pa
3.7
Brine throughput with an internal pressure differential
(heat source) of
m³/h / Pa
3.8
Free compression of brine circulating pump (max. level) Pa
3.9
Refrigerant; total filling weight
type / kg
51
51
1.0 / 3500
1,3 / 3500
65500
43500
3.0 / 13000
3.5 / 13000
40000
34000
R407C / 2.0
R407C / 2.3
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Dimensions, connections and weight
4.1
Device dimensions without connections 2
H x W x L mm
1115 × 652 × 688
1115 × 652 × 688
4.2
Device connections to heating system
Inch
R 1¼" external
R 1¼" external
R 1¼" external
R 1¼" external
191
203
230 / 25
230 / 32
2.66
3.77
4.3
Device connections to heat source
Inch
4.4
Weight of the transportable unit(s) incl. packing
kg
5
Electrical connection
5.1
Nominal voltage; fuse protection
1
V/A
5.2
Nominal power consumption
5.3
Starting current with soft starter
A
5.4
Nominal current B0 W35 / cos ϕ
A / ---
6
Complies with the European safety regulations
7
Additional model features
7.1
Water in device protected against freezing 4
7.2
Performance levels
7.3
Controller internal/external
B0 W35
kW
38
50
14.46 / 0.8
20.5 / 0.8
3
3
Yes
Yes
1
1
Internal
Internal
1. This data indicates the size and capacity of the system. For an analysis of the economic and energy efficiency of the system, both the bivalence point and the regulation should
also be taken into consideration. The specified values, e.g. B10 / W55, have the following meaning: Heat source temperature 10 °C and heating water flow temperature 55 °C.
2. Note that additional space is required for pipe connections, operation and maintenance.
3. See CE declaration of conformity
4. The heat circulating pump and the heat pump controller must always be ready for operation.
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1
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2.1 Kennlinien / Characteristic Curves / Courbes caractéristiques SIK 11ME............................................. A-III
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3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
4
Steuerung / Control / Commande ...........................................................................................................A-V
Last / Load / Charge ..............................................................................................................................A-VI
Anschlussplan / Circuit Diagram / Schéma électrique ..........................................................................A-VII
Legende / Legend / Légende...............................................................................................................A-VIII
Hydraulisches Prinzipschema / Hydraulic Plumbing Diagram / Schéma hydraulique ......... A-IX
4.1 Darstellung / Schematic View / Représentation.....................................................................................A-IX
4.2 Legende / Legend / Légende..................................................................................................................A-X
Konformitätserklärung / Declaration of Conformity / Déclaration de conformité ................. A-XI
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3 Stromlaufpläne / Circuit Diagrams / Schémas
électriques
Steuerung / Control / Commande
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Last / Load / Charge
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Anschlussplan / Circuit Diagram / Schéma électrique
3.4
3.4
A1
Legende / Legend / Légende
Drahtbrücke, muss eingelegt werden, wenn kein
EVU-Sperrschütz benötigt wird
Drahtbrücke, muss bei Verwendung des 2ten Sperreinganges entfernt werden
Thermostat Warmwasser
Thermostat Schwimmbadwasser
Betriebskondensator Verdichter
Elekt. Tauchheizkörper Warmwasser
2. Wärmeerzeuger (Heizkessel oder elekt. Heizstab)
Lastsicherung für N1-Relaisausgänge an J12 und
J13
4,0 ATr
Lastsicherung für N1-Relaisausgänge an J15 bis
J18
4,0 ATr
Pressostat Hochdruck
Pressostat Niederdruck
Leuchte Störfernanzeige
Klemmensteckverbinder an N1
Schütz Verdichter
Elektron. Relais für Störfernanzeige (auf Relaisbaugruppe)
Elektron. Relais für Schwimmbadwasserumwälzpumpe (auf Relaisbaugruppe)
Schütz 2. Wärmeerzeuger
Schütz elekt. Tauchheizkörper Warmwasser
EVU-Sperrschütz
SPR Hilfsrelais
Startrelais Sanftanlasser
Verdichter
Primärumwälzpumpe (Sole)
Heizungsumwälzpumpe
Heizungsumwälzpumpe 2. Heizkreis
Zusatzumwälzpumpe
Warmwasserumwälzpumpe
Schwimmbadwasserumwälzpumpe
Mischer Hauptkreis
Mischer 2. Heizkreis
Wärmepumpenregler
Sanftanlasser
Relaisbaugruppe
Bedienteil
Außenfühler
Rücklauffühler
Warmwasserfühler (alternativ zum Warmwasserthermostat)
Fühler für 2ten Heizkreis
Eingefrierschutzfühler
Kodierwiderstand 40,2 kOhm
Vorlauffühler
Sicherheitstrenntransformator 230/24V AC-28VA
Wire jumper, must be inserted if no utility blocking
contactor is required
Wire jumper, must be removed if the 2nd disable
contactor is used
Hot water thermostat
Swimming pool water thermostat
Running capacitor, compressor
Electric immersion heater hot water
2nd heat generator (boiler or electric heating element)
Load fuse for N1 relay outputs at J12 and J13
4.0 slow-acting
Load fuse for N1 relay outputs at J15 to J18
4.0 slow-acting
High-pressure switch
Low-pressure switch
Remote fault indicator lamp
Terminal connector at N1
Contactor for compressor
Electronic relay for remote fault indicator (on relay
module)
Electronic relay for swimming pool water circulating
pump (on relay module)
Contactor for 2nd heat generator
Contactor, electric immersion heater, hot water
Utility blocking contactor
SPR auxiliary relay
Start relay for soft starter
Compressor
Primary circulating pump (brine)
Heat circulating pump
Heat circulating pump for heating circuit 2
Auxiliary circulating pump
Hot water circulating pump
Swimming pool water circulating pump
Mixer for main circuit
Mixer for heating circuit 2
Heat pump controller
Soft starter
Relay module
Operating element
External sensor
Return flow sensor
Hot water sensor (as an alternative to the hot water
thermostat)
Sensor for heating circuit 2
Flow temperature limit sensor
Coding resistor, 40.2 kOhm
Flow sensor
Safety isolating transformer 230/24 V AC-28 VA
X4
X5
Netz-Steuerung L/N/PE-230V AC-50 Hz / Sicherungen/N- und PE-Verteiler
Klemmenleiste 24V AC-Verteiler
Klemmenleiste GND-Verteiler für analoge Eingänge an J2 und J6
Klemmenleiste N/S-Verteiler
Klemmleiste Netz-Last L/N/PE 230VAC - 50Hz
Mains control L/N/PE-230V AC-50 Hz / fuses/N
and PE terminal blocks
Terminal strip 24V AC terminal block
Terminal strip for GND terminal block for analogue
inputs at J2 and J6
Terminal strip for N/S terminal block
Terminal strip for mains load L/N/PE 230VAC 50Hz
EVS
SPR
Abkürzungen:
EVU-Sperreingang
zusätzlicher Sperreingang, konfigurierbar
Abbreviations:
Utility disable contactor
Supplementary disable contactor, configurable
MA*
MZ
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Mischer AUF
Mischer ZU
Bauteile sind extern beizustellen
Mixer OPEN
Mixer CLOSED
Components to be supplied from external sources
A2
B3*
B4*
C1
E9*
E10*
F2
F3
F4
F5
H5*
J1...J18
K1
K11*
K12*
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K21*
K22*
K23*
K25
M1
M11
M13
M15*
M16*
M18*
M19*
M21*
M22*
N1
N7
N11*
N14
R1
R2
R3
R5
R6
R7
R9
T1
X1
X2
X3
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Cavalier à fil à monter si aucun contacteur de coupure du fournisseur d'énergie n'est requis
Cavalier à fil à retirer si la 2e entrée de coupure est
utilisée
Thermostat eau chaude
Thermostat eau de piscine
Condensateur de service - compresseur
Thermoplongeur élect. eau chaude
2e générateur de chaleur (chaudière ou cartouche
chauffante électr.)
Coupe-circuit de charge pour sorties de relais en
J12 et J13
4,0 ATr
Coupe-circuit de charge pour sorties de relais en
J15 jusqu’à J18
4,0 ATr
Pressostat haute pression
Pressostat basse pression
Témoin de télédétection de pannes
Connecteur à bornes sur N1
Contacteur compresseur
Relais électronique pour télédetection de pannes
(sur module relais)
Relais électronique pour circulateur eau de piscine
(sur module relais)
Contacteur 2e générateur de chaleur
Contacteur thermoplongeur élect. eau chaude
Contacteur de coupure du fournisseur d'énergie
Relais auxiliaire « SPR »
Démarreur progressif du relais départ
Compresseur
Circulateur primaire (eau glycolée)
Circulateur de chauffage
Circulateur de chauffage 2e circuit de chauffage
Circulateur supplémentaire
Circulateur d’eau chaude
Circulateur d’eau de piscine
Mélangeur circuit principal
Mélangeur 2e circuit de chauffage
Régulateur de pompe à chaleur
Démarreur progressif
Module de relais
Commande
Sonde extérieure
Sonde de retour
Sonde d’eau chaude (alternative au thermostat eau
chaude)
Sonde pour 2e circuit de chauffage
Sonde antigel
Résistance de codage 40,2 kohm
Sonde aller
Transformateur sectionneur de sécurité 230/24 V
AC-28 V A
Commande-réseau L/N/PE-230V AC-50 Hz / fusibles/distributeur N et PE
Bornier distributeur pour 24 V AC
Bornier distributeur GND pour entrées analogiques
sur J2 et J6
Bornier du distributeur N/S
Bornier charge-réseau L/N/PE 230VAC - 50Hz
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Entrée de coupure fournisseur d'énergie
Entrée coupure complémentaire, peut être configurée
Mélangeur OUVERT
Mélangeur FERME
Pièces à fournir par le client
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4 Hydraulisches Prinzipschema / Hydraulic Plumbing
Diagram / Schéma hydraulique
Darstellung / Schematic View / Représentation
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Legende / Legend / Légende
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Rückschlagventil
Check valve
Clapet anti-retour
Absperrventil
Shutoff valve
Robinet d’arrêt
Überstromventil
Overflow valve
Vanne de trop-plein
Sicherheitsventilkombination
Safety valve combination
Groupe de valves de sécurité
Umwälzpumpe
Circulating pump
Circulateur
Ausdehnungsgefäß
Expansion vessel
Vase d´expansion
Raumtemperaturgesteuertes Ventil
Room temperature-controlled valve
Vanne commandée par température
Absperrventil mit Rückschlagventil
Shutoff valve with check valve
Robinet d’arrêt avec clapet anti-retour
Wärmeverbraucher
Heat consumer
Consommateur de chaleur
Temperaturfühler
Temperature sensor
Sonde de température
Flexibler Anschlussschlauch
Flexible connection hose
Tuyau de raccord flexible
Wärmepumpe mit integr.
Wärmepumpenregler
Heat pump with integrated
Heat pump controller
Pompe à chaleur intégrant
régulateur PAC
Unterstellpufferspeicher
Built-under buffer tank
Réservoir tampon sous-jacent
Warmwasserspeicher
Hot water cylinder
Ballon d’eau chaude
Kondensatablauf
Condensate outflow
Ecoulement des condensats
Überdruck Heizung/Sole
Overpressure of the heating system/ Surpression chauffage/eau glycolée
brine
Soleverteiler
Brine circuit manifold
Distributeur d'eau glycolée
Solesammler
Brine collector
Absorbeur à circulation d’eau glycolée
Erdreichkollektoren oder
Erdwärmesonden
Ground heat collectors or
borehole heat exchangers
Collecteurs enterrés ou
sondes géothermiques
E10
2ter Wärmeerzeuger
2nd heat generator
2e générateur de chaleur
M11
Primärumwälzpumpe
Primary circulating pump
Circulateur primaire
M13
Heizungsumwälzpumpe
Heat circulating pump
Circulateur de chauffage
M18
Warmwasserumwälzpumpe
Hot water circulating pump
Circulateur d’eau chaude
R1
Außenwandfühler
External wall sensor
Sonde de paroi extérieure
R2
Rücklauffühler
Return flow sensor
Sonde de retour
R3
Warmwasserfühler
Hot water sensor
Sonde d’eau chaude
EV
Elektroverteilung
Electrical distribution system
Distributeur courant électrique
KW
Kaltwasser
Cold water
eau froide
WW
Warmwasser
Domestic hot water
Eau chaude
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5 Konformitätserklärung / Declaration of Conformity /
Déclaration de conformité
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