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ElectroVap RTH-V2
Contents
Product accreditation
3
Safety information
4-5
Unit wall installation
Dimensions
Wall mounting
Water connection
Steam outlet
Condensate draining
Steam dispersion pipe
Steam pipe positioning
Room ventilation unit
6
7-8
9
10
11
12
13-17
18
Electrical installation
20
21 to 23
24
25
26 to 28
Electrical table
Electrical wiring
Control connection
Connecting options
RTH wiring diagrams
Software assistant
Front panel identification
29
Starting up
30
User information menu
31-32
Humidifier status menu
33
Changing parameters menu
34-35
Alerts & warnings
36
Maintenance
RTH 5 to 50 tank maintenance
37-38
39 to 41
RTH 60 to 100 boiler maintenance
Valves maintenance
42
Split views & components
43-53
Follow-up & maintenance sheets
54-55
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Pictures for illustrating purposes only
ElectroVap RTH-V2
Product accreditation
DIRECTIVE APPLIED
The humidifier complies with :
NF EN 61000-6-3, EN 55022 classe B
NF EN 61000-4-3 10V/m, NF EN 61000-4-6 10V, NF EN 61000-4-4, NF EN 61000-4-5,
NF EN 61000-4-2
Manufacturer’s name & address
devatec
Rue Feu St Eloi
F-76550 Ambrumesnil
France
Representative
TYPE OF EQUIPMENT
ELECTROVAP RTH
MODEL NAME AND SERIES
RTH
YEAR OF MANUFACTURING
2007
We the undersigned, hereby declare that the equipment specified above complies with the abovementioned Directive(s) and Standard(s).
Mr FRAMBOT Jean-François
Managing Director
Date: 02.07.2007
Signature:
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ElectroVap RTH-V2
Safety information
IMPORTANT
This manual should be read thoroughly before specifying, designing, installing or operating
a Devatec ElectroVap RTH system. Please retain for reference and should you have any
question, please contact one of our authorized dealers.
WARNINGS & SAFETY SYMBOLS
Warning : This symbol is used to designate a danger of injury or potential
damage to the system.
Caution : High voltages are present inside the humidifier. All works concerned with the
electrical installation must be carried out by skilled and qualified personnel
Caution : Danger of scalding ! The ElectroVap RTH generates steam during operation and
therefore, surfaces and pipe-work become very hot. Ensure that equipment not sustaining
high temperare be kept away.
Take care : the end user should ensure that the equipment be disposed of according to the
prevailing regulations.
DELIVERY & STORAGE
Any loss or damage during delivery should be reported to carrier by registered letter within 3 working days
and be advised to Devatec or the authorized dealer.
It is recommended that the ElectroVap RTH humidifier be kept in its transit packaging for as long as possible
prior to maintenance. If the humidifier is to be put into storage prior to installation, it must be stored under cover and protected from physical damage, dust, frost, rain and humidity. More than 6 months storage is not recommended.
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ElectroVap RTH-V2
Safety information
IMPORTANT
This section should be read carefully to ensure the safe and correct installation of your humidifier.
GENERAL
This manual contains all details necessary for the planning and installation of the ElectroVap RTH humidifier.
In addition commissioning and maintenance details are included.
The manual is intended for use by engineers and properly trained technical personnel. Maintenance, servicing or repair work must only be carried out by suitable skilled and qualified personnel, the customer must be
responsible for ensuring their suitability.
Any risks or hazards, especially when working from ladders or towers should be identified by a skilled and
Health and Safety representative and effective control measure put in place.
No liability will attach to the Distributor if any damage, injury or accident is attributable to inattentive, inappropriate, negligent or incorrect operation of the machinery whether or not caused deliberately. Always isolate
all electrical and water supplied before commencing any maintenance.
Every effort has been made to ensure details contained in this manual are correct, however, in view of the
wide range of conditions experienced in air handling systems, the information provided should only be used
as a guide. Please contact your Agent if any doubt.
CORRECT USE
ElectroVap RTH humidifiers are ONLY intended for use with air handling systems or direct air humidification.
ANY OTHER APPLICATION IS NOT CONSIDERED USE FOR THE INTENDED PURPOSE. THE MANUFACTURER CANNOT BE MADE LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGE RESULTING FROM INCORRECT USE.
WATER
ElectroVap RTH humidifiers are designed to be used with mains, demineralized R/O (minimum 30 µs) or
softened water. On no account attempt to introduce any other fluid or chemical into the system. Water supply should not exceed 6.0 bar and installation should comply with local regulations.
ELECTRICITY
All work concerned with electrical installation MUST only be performed by skilled and qualified technical personnel (eg electrician or technicians with appropriate training). The customer MUST be responsible for ensuring their suitability.
It is the duty of the installer to ensure that suitable sized cables and MCB protection is provided. Please observe the local regulations concerning the provision of electrical installations. The humidifier MUST be connected to earth.
WARRANTY
A warranty term is applicable to the parts of the RTH humidifier to the exception of the valves and the heating
elements provided our recommendations of use & maintenance have been adhered to. Failure to specify and
fit original parts and accessories will invalidate our warranty.
NOTE
Our policy is one of continuous research and development. We therefore reserve the right to amend without
notice the specifications given in this document.
The photographs are for illustrating purposes only.
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ElectroVap RTH-V2
Dimensions
Unit mounting
1
B
RTH 5 to 50
A
Overall
(mm)
Steam outlet
(mm)
800
1 320
Drain outlet
(mm)
a
Weigth empty
Kg
75
Weight full
Kg
45
a
C
75
A
B
750
C
340
2
1
B
RTH 60 to 100
a
C
Steam outlet
(mm)
Overall
A
(mm)
A
1200
1
175
B
750
2
538
C
340
6
Drain outlet
(mm)
a
75
Weigth empty
Kg
70
Weight full
Kg
140
ElectroVap RTH-V2
Unit wall installation
UNIT MOUNTING
Unpack the unit and check for any damage. A drilling template is supplied
with the packing : make sure to pick it
up before throwing away the packing
material.
Damage to packing and/or unit must be
reported by registered letter to carrier
within 3 working days.
Provide free space all around the unit :1
m. to 1.20 m. from the floor of the humidifier, 1.25 m. ahead & 0.80 cm on the
right hand side for allowing access for
maintenance.
1
Flatten the supplied drilling template
against the mounting wall and mark the
mounting holes. Drill the 7 (seven) holes
and insert screws and bolts appropriate
for support (3 upwards and 4 downwards).
4
3
4
Screw the 3 (three) upper screws allowing
about 10 mm for hanging the cabinet. Hang
Hang the cabinet and tighten the upper
screws for securing the mounting.
2
3
Draining hose (supplied)
Untighten the screwing knob (1) a little,
tip the stainless steel tank (2) up to tighten the tank holding steel cord (3)
2
Take the cover off the water level (4).
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ElectroVap RTH-V2
Unit wall installation
Unit mounting
(continued)
x
unlock the tank cap and lay it upside down on the
top of the humidifier ;
x
release the holding steel cord while holding the
tank ;
x
let the tank gently tip until it stops ;
x
insert screws on 4, 5, 6 & 7 and tighten up all the 7
screws (11 for the double tank humidifier).
You can now :
4,5,6,7
x
tip the tank back to intermediate position and attach the tank holding steel cord ;
x
put the tank cover back and lock it with the 4 fasteners ;
reconnect the high water level wires ;
x
set the humidifier tank back to upright position and
screw up knob 1.
x
RTH 5 to 50
300
30
52,7
520
580
47,3
100
70
310
RTH 60 to 100
1
2
3
1
5
6
5
4
110
260
7
6
3
9
8
10
7
11
31
60
110
4
2
682
260
60
279
260
For a ground installation, support legs are available (s.a. attached picture) :
Ref 999995 for units RTH 5 to 50
Ref 999993 for units RTH 60 to 100
Pictures for illustrating purposes only
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ElectroVap RTH-V2
Water connection
Unit mounting
A fresh mains cold water service should be used to supply the
unit. The water pressure should be between 1 & 6 bars & should
exceed 40°C in temperature.
The water supply connection is under bottom of the unit. The
humidifier is delivered with a water inlet hose of 50 cm long with
a 3/4" female fitting to the cold water supply. A direct copper
connection is PROHIBITED.
A check valve should be located on the mains and cold water service connection to the unit.
The inlet valve base has a basket filter (s.a. page 36).
Water inlet hose with
3/4" female union
Check valve
The RTH humidifier uses water to produce steam so leakage may happen causing potential damage. If an installation in false ceiling or above prime rooms (such as museum, exhibition or laboratory rooms) is considered, ensure
that the floor below the humidifier is constructed from waterproof materials (with draining facilities) to withstand any
water spilling during servicing or if a problem occurs.
Information about the water quality : Chloride concentration :
< 75 mg/l ; phosphate concentration : < 5 mg/l ; chlorine concentration (3 to 6° dA) : < 100 mg/l ; poor concentration in CO2 ;
organic elements in poor concentration.
The RTH humidifier can run with the following water qualities :
x
Tap or raw water : water TH between 5 and 40 ° French
grade
x
Demineralized water : 30 µS minimum (caution : the demineralized water is corrosive ; use appropriate piping
material : inox, PVC)
Water supply service
x
Softened water (TH 0° not recommended) : the cation exchangers (softeners) do not suit for the water
supply as they do not bring down the mineral salt content disolved in the water., the polyphosphate measuring devices as well.
A water softener consists basically in replacing a calcium ion by a sodium ion the solubility capability of which is
about 7 times higher. So a water softener does not affect the quantity of mineral salts contained in the water but
alters their nature.
An excess of sodium chloride may generate foam which disturbs greatly the correct running of the humidifier. It
is essential that a duplex softener be used.
A small volume of tap water must be added to the softened water to get a TH value of 10° minimum and a water analysis is recommended to determine the sodium chloride content.
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Pictures for illustrating purposes only
ElectroVap RTH-V2
STEAM OUTPUT
Installation
Use steam hose from our supply.
This steam hose is able to withstand 100°C
The humidifier should be located within 3m
of the steam distribution pipe. If the distance
from the humidifier is superior to 3m insulated
copper or stainless steel tube should be used.
To drain
a. Vertical rise at least 500 mm before bend
b. The steam hose should be rigidly supported.
c. Steam hose (radius of bend superior to 750
mm)
100 mm diameter mini.
d. Duct work.
e. Obstacle.
f. A condensate separator is needed at this
point to drain condensate.
g. Steam outlet hose diameter.
g = Ø 60 or 40mm RTH 5 to 20
g = Ø 60mm RTH 30 to 100
h. Ø 8 or 13mm condensate hose.
Fill with water the condensate hose siphon
before the first running of the humidifier.
i. Humidifier height (see after page n°6. )
Number of steam outlets:
RTH 5 to 20
= 1 outlet - Ø 60mm (Ø60/40
contriction to be considered (s.a. page 11)
RTH 30 to 50 = 1 outlet - Ø 60mm
RTH 60 to 100 = 2 outlets - Ø 60 mm
The RTH humidifier can work with duct pressure inferior to 220 mm water column 2147 Pa
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ElectroVap RTH-V2
Condensate draining
Installation
The following drawings show the
water draining connections that should
be made.
1. The Devatec supplied steam hose
should be used :
RTH 5 to 100: 1.0m Ø40mm hose with 3
hose clamps.
This hose is designed for connecting the
humidifier to the drain. Regular replacement is recommended.
Evaporisation
10°
320mm
2. If rigid piping is used, it must be heat
resistant PVC material (100°C)
Ø60mm
mini
800mm
Open tundish
Waste water tundish
with cover & handles
3. The drain hose must be free from any
obstacle particularly when it comes to
connecting several units.
4. It is recommended the use of offset
tundish from the underside of the unit
as shown. This will prevent any steam
and/or condensation from getting into
the cabinet.
5. A funnel can be used as well provided
it is offset from the underside of the
humidifier and that a siphon is made
as per the diameter of the draining
hose.
Beware of steam !
10°
6. Important : keep a minimum pitch of
10°
Ø100mm mini
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ElectroVap RTH-V2
Steam dispersion pipe
Installation
Steam dispersion pipe
The steam from the boiler enters the
duct or an air handling unit via a steam distribution pipe.
In order to obtain the optimum performance of the humidifier, select the longest
pipe.
L1
Ø60 or
Ø40mm
Ø8 or
Ø13mm
ExpressPack
ExpressPack
The Armstrong ExpressPack is a
bespoke steam humidification system made
to suit your configuration and ready to install
in a ventilation duct.
It permits to have vapor trails
(absorbing distances) as short as 600 mm.
For further reference, please contact Devatec
or their authorized agent.
ExpressPack
Steam distribution selection table
Steam distribution
pipe for
L1
Steam distribution
pipe for
L
L1
RTH 5 to 20
mm
RTH 30 to 100
mm
mm
D40 -L290
290
DL-1
304
254
D40-L590
590
DL-1.5
457
407
D40-L790
790
DL-2
609
559
D40-L1000
1000
DL-3
914
864
D40-L1250
1250
DL-4
1219
1169
D40-L1500
1500
DL-5
1524
1474
DL-6
1829
1779
DL-7
2133
2083
DL-8
2438
2388
DL-9
2743
2693
DL-10
3048
2998
Contriction
union
Ø60/40mm used with pipe
of Ø40 for
RTH 5 to 20.
ElectroVap
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ElectroVap RTH-V2
Steam pipe positioning
Installation
Absorbing distance or vapor trail « D »
A certain length is required so that the steam coming out of the steam distribution pipe be absorbed by the
air. All along this length described as the absorbing distance, the steam can still be seen in the airflow as a mist
which can condensate in water against any obstacle if placed within. To prevent condensation, this absorbing
distance should be calculated before positioning the steam distribution pipes.
How to calculate the absorbing distance « D »
In order determine the absorbing distance, the attached calcalation table can be used :
HR1 = relative humidity of air before humidification in %.
HR2 = relative humidity of air after humidification in %.
D mini = minimum humidification distance in metres (m).
% RH1 inlet air
5
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
Minimum humidification distance « D » in m
% RH2 outlet air
40
0,9
0,8
0,7
0,5
-
-
-
-
50
1,1
1
0,9
0,8
0,5
-
-
-
60
1,4
1,3
1,2
1
0,8
0,5
-
-
70
1,8
1,7
1,5
1,4
1,2
1
0,7
-
80
2,3
2,2
2,1
1,9
1,7
1,5
1,2
0,8
90
3,5
3,4
3,2
2,9
2,7
2,4
2,1
1,7
Nota bene: this calculation table is to be used for temperatures between 10°C and 25°C only.
Minimal humidification distance
The steam distribution pipes must be positioned after the minimum humidification distance calculated with the
help of the above table..
Before/after fan
before/after heater/filter
D
1,5 x D
D
5cm
2.5 x D before particule filtre
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ElectroVap RTH-V2
Steam pipe positioning
Installation
Before a junction
D
Before / after a constriction
before an air opening
before a humidity sensor
5xD
D
before an expansion
0.5 x D
0.5 x D
before a bend
D
A high humidity limit humidistat must be installed in the duct to stop the humidifier in case the level of
humidity exceeds the preset value.
In case the recommended distances can not be observed, please contact Devatec or their authorized agent
for an alternative solution.
If accurate values cannot be reached, a distance of 2 m. should be considered as a minimum distance
between pipes & obstruction and 3 / 4 m. before a humidity sensor or humidistat.
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ElectroVap RTH-V2
Steam pipe positioning
Installation
Please meet the following dimensions and spaces according to your configuration. For further
information, please contact Devatec or their authorized agent.
H1 = 110mm = Minimum height between the duct floor and the axle of the steam pipe.
H2 = 140mm = Minimum distance between 2 steam pipes.
H3 = 160mm = Minimum height between the duct top and the axle of the steam pipe.
The H3 distance can be 80 mm at the shortest in case the steam pipe is installed at an angle of
30 to 45°.
1
H3
H3
H > 550 mm
1
H > 410 mm
H > 270 mm
The arrow shows the direction of the air flow.
19,61
1
H3
H2
1
H2
8,51
H1
1
H2
1
1
H1
H> 480 mm
H1
H> 660 mm
1
H3
1
H3
H2
1
1
H2
1
1
H2
H1
1
H1
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ElectroVap RTH-V2
Steam pipe positioning
30
°
à
45
°
Installation
15°
1
H3
In duct with limited height, the distribution pipe(s) can be tilted
by 30 to 45° to get the 80 mm minimum height.
In vertical ducts where the air flow is upward
or downward, the steam distribution pipes
must be tilted by 15° sideways.
590
d
47,2
d/2
D1
d = Duct diameter
D = Humidification distance
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ElectroVap RTH-V2
Steam pipe positioning
Installation
Pipe above humidifier RTH 5 to 50
Pipe under humififer RTH 5 to 50
Condensats
Condensats
Draining
HumidiPack ® insertion in duct RTH 5 to 50
300 mm MINI
Condensats
200 mm MINI
Siphon must be full of water before starting the unit
A loop having the right diameter may also suit
Insertion in duct RTH 60 to 100
HumidiPack ® insertion in duct RTH 60 to 100
Air
Flow
Air
Flow
Condensats
Condensats
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ElectroVap RTH-V2
Room ventilation unit
Installation
Two ventilation packs permit the use of the humidifier in
direct in-space applications where there is no ductwork.
0,50m
The ventilation packs cannot possibly be set on the top
of the humidifier (s.a. the left hand side photo). The distance between the humidfier and the ventilation pack(s)
should not exceed 3m.
3m mini
The connection of the steam hose between the humidifier
and the blower pack(s) is made with the help of an adaptor.
3m maxi
Adaptor
x CV2 = diameter adaptor Ø 60/25mm
x EHF3 = diameter adaptor Ø 60/50mm
For ElectroVap RTH60 to 100, two EHF3 ventilation
packs should be used equally distant (X1=X2).
The electrical connection of the ventilation packs to the
humidifier is via terminal block 3 & 4 on the Din rail.
Allow a 3 m. distance ahead to the ventilation unit(s) for
a free diffusion of steam.
1,2m
X1
X2
Dimensions of the ventilation packs
15°
Drain
Drain
A
B
C
D
E
F
Weight
Kg
dB
Max. output Kg/v/h
m3/h
Compatible
with models
520mm
260mm
350mm
360mm
80mm
35mm
12
38
20
300
RTH 5 to 20
EHF3 495mm
356mm
406mm
406mm
44mm
51mm
15
48
55
780
RTH 30 to 50
CV2
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ElectroVap RTH
Electrical installation
RECOMMENDATIONS :
x
All works concerned with the electrical installation must be carried out by
skilled and qualified personnel (eg electrician with appropriate training).
The customer is responsible for ensuring their suitability. Please observe
local regulations concerning the provision of electrical installations.
x
Check all electrical terminal screws at commissioning, after 50 hours operation and at every service thereafter.
x
Take care : The RTH electronic components are very sensitive to electrostatic shocks. Appropriate steps must be taken before any operation.
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ElectroVap RTH-V2
Electrical table
Installation
Electrical table
RTH
model
Production
Voltage (V)
(Kg/v/h)
Nb of
phase(s)
Power
(KW)
Amperage
(A)
Nb of boiler Nb of heating
(s)
elements
5
6
230
1
4
19
1
2
7
8
400
3
6
8
1
3
10
12
400
3
9
13
1
3
15
17
400
3
13
19
1
3
20
24
400
3
18
26
1
6
30
35
400
3
26
38
1
6
40
42
400
3
32
46
1
9
50
52
400
3
39
57
1
12
60
60
400
3
45
65
2
12
70
69
400
3
53
76
2
12
80
85
400
3
64
93
2
18
90
94
400
3
71
103
2
18
100
104
400
3
78
113
2
18
Beware! Before connecting power, make sure that the electrical installation has been made
according to the above-mentioned values
ALL WORKS CONCERNED WITH THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION MUST BE CARRIED OUT BY SKILLED AND QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.
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ElectroVap RTH-V2
Electrical wiring
Installation
Power supply connection
Beware ! Before connecting the power supply, make sure that the mains are the same as the
the unit requirements (s.a. unit identification label).
Power wire connecting terminals
Ground terminals
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All works concerned with electrical installation must be carried out by a skilled and qualified personnel.
ElectroVap RTH-V2
Wiring connections
Installation
External protection
RTH 5
doit
InL'installation
the electricalélectrique
installation,
an all
comprendre
élément
de
pole
switch un
with
a minimum
coupurewidth
de chaque
phase
dontbe
contact
of 3 mm
must
la distance entre les contacts
provided
POWER
2X230V VAC
50-60Hz
ouverts soit au minimum de 3
mm.
3 phases
+ neutre( 3( 3x
A)A3)phases
+ neutral
x 400
V )+ N )
400V
+N
CONTROL
2X230V VAC
50-60Hz +
GROUND
S1
I1
External
Protection
protection
extérieure
External
power
protection
L1
L2
2 A external
power
control
N
L
PE
PE
N
See after
control
connection
L
N
L1
L2
1
2
Stop
L3
Fuses with flag
system
S1:
triphasé
à
I1 Interrupteur
ouverture automatique par
Itfusibles
is important
that the external
à percuteurs.
fuses be arranged in such a way
that
should obligatoire
any one fuse
Protection
surfail,
lesall
the
remaining
arede
cut to
3 phases
et surphases
le circuit
the
humidifier.
commande.
B) 3 phases without neutral
RTH 7 to 50
L1
External
power
protection
POWER
3X400V VAC
50-60Hz
L2
B ) 3 phases sans neutre
( 3 x 400 V )
L3
( 3 x 400V )
transformateur
doitinstalled
être
AUn
transformer
must be
installé
dans(s.a.
l'appareil
voir
into
the unit
techn. (manual)
notice technique p 19 )
2 A external
power
control
CONTROL
2X230V VAC
50-60Hz +
GROUND
PE
See after
control
connection
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doc
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p page
19
L
L
PE
S1
External
Protection
protection
extérieure
N
N
L1
L2
1
2
Stop
L3
RTH 60 to 100
C) 3 phases without neutral
C ) 3 phases sans neutre (
( 33 xx 400V
400 V++2 2x x240V
240 )V)
The
and
control sont
Lespower
circuits
dethe
puissance
circuits
are séparément.
supplied separately
alimentés
but it must be possible to shutt
est power
impératif
couper
le
ofIlthe
andde
control
circuit
circuit
de commande
si une
on
the same
time.
External
power
protection
POWER
3X400V VAC
50-60Hz
phase du circuit de puissance
est coupée.
Protection
extérieure
External protection
240 V
3 x 400 V
S1
L1
L2
L3
2 A external
power
control
CONTROL
2X230V VAC
50-60Hz +
GROUND
N
L
PE
PE
N
L
L1
L2
See after
control
connection
L3
1
2
Stop
Pictures for illustrating purposes only
All works concerned with electrical installation must be carried out by a skilled and qualified personnel.
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ElectroVap RTH-V2
Electrical connection
Installation
Humidifier without neutral fitted with a 400/230V transformer
L1
External
power
protection
L2
POWER
3x400V VAC
50-60Hz
L3
N
L
PE
1
Primery
protection
2
1
2
3
Transformer
100 VA
400 / 230 V
50 / 60 Hz
+15V
0
-15V
4
5
230V
6
400V
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All works concerned with electrical installation must be carried out by a skilled and qualified personnel
ElectroVap RTH-V2V2
Control connection
Electrical installation
RTH O N / O FF
HYGROSTAT
OF
R CONNECTION
ACC O RD EM ENFOR
T AVEC
HYGRO STAT
ON/OFF,
HIGH
D CONTROL
E REG U LATIO
N TO U
T O ULEVEL
R IEN, SAFEDE
SECURITE
H AU TE ET
DE
TY DEVICELIMITE
AND BLOWER
PACK
L'ASS ER VISSEM ENT A LA VENTILATIO N.
O U M ETTR E UN SHUNT
%
H 2O
R TH
C om partim
ent électrique
RTH
electrical
comptament
Connector on
Connecteur
main
board
Terminals on Din rail
sur platine
principale
B ornes sur rail Din
1
25
2
24
25
24
X6
RTH 2, 3 or 4 step control
RTH 2, 3 ET 4 ETAG ES
%
H4
X6
%
H3
%
H2
%
H1
1
25
25
2
24
24
23
22
21
CONNECTION TO AN HYGROSTAT OR/AND AIRFLOW SYSTEMR OR
TO BEent
SHUNT
accordem
avec un hygrostat ou (et)
RTH prop. control
RTH M O DULANT
Sonde
extérieure
X6
avec la ventilation ou shunter
Régulateur
extérieur
+
%
H 2O
-
1
25
2
24
25
24
X5
19
20
S1
S1
S1
S1
1 2 3 4
R egul.
0-10V
2-10V
1 2 3 4
R egul.
0-20V
4-20V
1 2 3 4
R egul.
1-5V
1 2 3 4
Regul.
4-20m A
ON
D ip-switch S1
High level
RTH + humidity sensor
safety
RTH + TRAN SM ETTEUR D'HUMIDITE
X6
Humidistat
Transm etteur
Humidity sensor
d'hum idité
1
2
3
V+ G ND RH
High
level
Hygrostat
or shunt
desafey
limite
humidistat
haute ou
shunter
or
shunt
%
H 2O
1
25
2
24
25
24
18
19
S1
20
S1
ON
D ip-switch S1
ON
X5
RTH external
wiringau RTH
Raccordem
ent extérieur
1 2 3 4
S onde
devatec ou 0-10V
Optional
M atériel Fourni
enequipment
Option
1 2 3 4
Sonde 0-5V
Not
supplied
by
M
atériel
N on Fourni
Devatec
RJ45 connector : enables a
computer connection
X6 connector : 21-22-23-24-25
Dip Switch S1:
X5 connector : 18-19-20
Enables to select the control
signal (see above configuration
drawings)
Main board Réf: 500101/03
The wiring of the control signal wire should be made with a flexible reinforced cable of 0.75 mm2 max.
This control signal wire should not go along with a power cable.
All works concerned with electrical installation must be carried out by skilled and qualified personnel.
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ElectroVap RTH-V2
Connecting options
Electrical installation
Remote information board
On peut
ainsi
choisir can
un contact
NO ou NF
en
A NO
or NF
contact
be selected
by simplement
simply changing
changeant la position du connecteur.
the position of the connector.
NO
36 37 38
33 34 35
30 31 32
Bord Ref: 500400/03
Ex.
NF
X22
X21
X20
X20
X20
30 31 32
30 31 32
NO
NF
Connector X22 (36-37-38): steam production information dry contact
Connector X21 (33-34-35): general fault information
dry contact
Connector X20 (30-31-32): cylinder maintenance
information dry contact
Option - RS485 ouRS422 or RS232 internace
CHARACTERISTICS
CARACTERISTIQUES
RS4852:fils
2 wires
half duplex
(+GND)
1200 metres
RS485:
half duplex.
(+GND)
DistanceMax.
maxidistance
1200 métres.
RS422:
4
fils
half
duplex.
(+GND)(Sur
demande)
Distance
maxi
RS422 : 4 wires half duplex (+GND) Max. distance 12001200
metres
m.
RS232
:
2
wires
half
duplex
(+GND)
Max.
distance
20
metres
RS232: 2 fils half duplex. (+GND)(Sur demande) Distance maxi 20 m.
Bias
Ohm
pull-up
et pull-down.(
sélection
par switch
)
Bias: :620
620
Ohms
pull-up
& pull-down
(jumpers
selectable)
Termination : 120 Ohm ( sélection par switch )
Termination : 120 Ohms (jumper selectable)
Protocole: JBUS ou MODBUS. ( asynchrone data de 8 bits, sans bit de
parité,
1 bit: de
stop,or
CRC
)
Protocol
JBUS
MODBUS
(data asyncronos of 8 bits, no pariVitesse: 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600 bauds.
ty bit, 1 stop bit, CRC) - Speed : 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600 bauds
Fixation: sur le rail Din de l'ELMC.
Dimensions:
50 mm.
Mounting : 95
onxunit
Din rail
Board Réf: 500800/01
Dimensions : 95 x 50 mm
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ElectroVap RTH-V2
RTH 5 to 40 wiring diagrams
Electrical installation
RTH 5
RTH 7 - RTH 10 - RTH 15
7 11
7 11
R5
6
10
R
7 11
R5
R5
6
10
R9
R9
5
12
R7
Dessus
Cover
top
Dessus
Cover
top
couvercle
Unit
front
Façade
appareil
R
7
6
Unit
front
Façade
appareil
R
RTH5-2
1,9 kW
1,9 kW
R5
R9
2/T1
R5
7
3/A1+
S2
10
11
1/L1
4/A2-
2T1
4T2
6T3
1L1
3L2
5L3
K1
14NO
A2
Dessus
Cover top
couvercle
couvercle
2/T1
3/A1+
1/L1
13NO
A1
11
A2
5
7
10
S1
4/A2-
2/T1
3/A1+
1/L1
2T1
4T2
6T3
A1
12
A2
13 7 11 14
R4
6
10
R1
R2
R4
R5
R7
R9
R1
R5
R9
5
12
R7
11
15
2
R4
R
2
3
P1
P2
2/T1
R1
R2
R4
R5
R7
R9
RTH30
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
4/A23/A1+
2T1
4T2
6T3
A2
14NO
1L1
3L2
5L3
13NO
18
9
1
16
R3
R7
5
12
R8
R2
8 17 15
3
P1
8
P2
10 9
P3
2/T1
4
RTH40
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
2,5 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
2,5 kW
2,5 kW
11
14
18
17
12
15
A1
A2
4
7
1
3/A1+
S1
16
4/A2-
K1
R6
13
S2
1/L1
R1
R5
R9
2
6
5
3/A1+
2/T1
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
R8
R9
Façade
appareil
Unit
front
S1
1/L1
R
3
6
10
Cover top
4
15
A2
13 7 11 14
Dessus
FaçadeUnit
appareil
front
6
7
5
4
14
13
10
12
RTH20
2,5 kW
2,5 kW
2,5 kW
2,5 kW
2,5 kW
2,5 kW
R2
Dessustop
Cover
couvercle
13NO
A1
RTH 40
R
3
1L1
3L2
5L3
K1
RTH15
R5 3,8 kW
R9 3,8 kW
R7 3,8 kW
4/A2-
14NO
A2
RTH 20, RTH 30
2
R
S2
1L1
3L2
5L3
13NO
6
3/A1+
1/L1
4/A2-
K1
14NO
A2
2/T1
RTH10
R5 2,5 kW
R9 2,5 kW
R7 2,5 kW
P1
11
S2
2T1
4T2
6T3
R
FaçadeUnit
appareil
front
RTH5-1
3,8 kW
RTH7
R5 1,9 kW
R9 1,9 kW
R7 1,9 kW
1/L1
4/A2-
2/T1
3/A1+
S2
A2
1/L1
4/A2-
2T1
4T2
6T3
K1 3L2
1L1
14NO
A1
5L3
13NO
A2
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ElectroVap RTH-V2
RTH 50 to 70 wiring diagrams
Electrical installation
RTH60 - RTH70
RTH50
Cuve
gauche
Leftde
tank
13 7 11 14
2
R4
R
3
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
R8
R9
R1
R5
6
10
R9
R6
18
9
1
16
R3
R7
5
12
R8
R2
Top
cover plate 8 17 15
4
10
3
P2
9
P3
2/T1
4
7
1
3/A1+
S1
16
4/A2-
1/L1
11
18
2/T1
1/L1
4/A2-
17
12
2T1
4T2
6T3
1L1
3L2
5L3
A2
13
15
3/A1+
S2
14NO
2T1
4T2
6T3
14
A2
K1
13NO
K1
14NO
A1
A2
1L1
3L2
5L3
13NO
R17
R11
R15
26
30
R14
34 31 27 33
22
A1
R
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
R8
R9
RTH50
4,3 kW
4,3 kW
4,3 kW
4,3 kW
4,3 kW
4,3 kW
4,3 kW
4,3 kW
4,3 kW
26
27
24
25
6
7
4
5
33
34
30
32
P3
P4
3/A1+
S1
4/A2-
1/L1
3/A1+
S2
35
31
A2
A2
22
23
2
3
P2
2/T1
13
1/L1
4/A2-
2T1
4T2
6T3
K1 3L2
1L1
A1
5L3
14NO
13NO
2/T1
3/A1+
R
R1
R2
R4
R5
R7
R9
R11
R12
R14
R15
R17
R19
A2
4/A2-
1/L1
10
12
2/T1
11
15
2T1
4T2
6T3
3/A1+
S4
4/A2-
1/L1
A2
K2
14NO
1L1
3L2
5L3
13NO
R2
Top
Cover plate
S3
14
5
12
15
4
Façade
Unitappareil
front
P1
2/T1
3
R1
R7
Unitappareil
front
Façade
P1
8
R4
R5
10
R9
6
R19
23
13 7 11 14
2
R12
32
25
Façade
Unitappareil
front
2
6
5
35
24
RTH45
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
Right
Cuve
detank
droite
A1
A2
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RTH60
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
RTH70
4,3kW
4,3 kW
4,3 kW
4,3 kW
4,3kW
4,3 kW
4,3 kW
4,3 kW
4,3 kW
4,3 kW
4,3 kW
4,3 kW
ElectroVap RTH-V2
RTH 80 to 100 wiring diagrams
Electrical installation
RTH80
RTH90 - RTH100
Cuve
gauche
Leftde
tank
35 37 28
24
2
29
38
R18
R13
R17
36
21
R5
10
R6
R9
6
26
1
16
R16
R19
30
R15
R11
R14
23
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
3/A1+
S2
4/A2-
1/L1
2T1
4T2
6T3
32
A2
10
K1
14NO
2/T1
1L1
3L2
5L3
13NO
A1
A2
3/A1+
S1
16
32
25
5
12
29
38
23
4
R
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
R8
R9
R11
R12
R13
R14
R15
R16
R17
R18
R19
14
2/T1
1/L1
4/A2-
15
2T1
4T2
6T3
1L1
3L2
5L3
RTH80
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
2,5 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
2,5 kW
2,5 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
2,5 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
2,5 kW
2,5 kW
A2
14NO
13NO
R5
10
R6
R9
6
26
1
16
R16
R19
30
R15
R11
R14
34 31 27 33
22
P3
P4
P5
P6
4/A2-
1/L1
2/T1
3/A1+
S2
4/A2-
1/L1
2T1
4T2
6T3
1L1
3L2
5L3
K1
14NO
13NO
2/T1
3/A1+
11
18
1/L1
4/A2-
2/T1
3/A1+
17
12
2T1
4T2
6T3
13
A2
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
R8
R9
R11
R12
R13
R14
R15
R16
R17
R18
R19
S2
4/A2-
1/L1
A2
33
A2
K2
14NO
2T1
4T2
6T3
34
15
A1
S1
16
A2
3/A1+
S1
A2
14
24
27
21
4
7
1
P2
2/T1
K3
14NO
1L1
3L2
5L3
13NO
A1
A2
1L1
3L2
5L3
13NO
R1
18
9
R7
R8
R2
Top
cover plate 8 17 15
R
10
A1
R3
3
5
12
4
Façade
appareil
Unit
front
P1
37
32
3/A1+
K2
R4
36
21
Façade
appareil
Unit
front
S2
17
R18
R13
R17
22
23
26
28
25
29
2
3
6
8
5
9
30
36
31
38
13 7 11 14
2
R12
18
9
4/A2-
1/L1
18
12
4/A2-
2/T1
35
11
3/A1+
S1
37
13
24
27
21
4
7
1
P1
1/L1
R7
Cuve
de droite
Right
tank
35 37 28
24
Façade
Unitappareil
front
Unit front
Façade
appareil
2/T1
R3
3
R1
R8
R2
Top
cover plate 8 17 15
22
34 31 27 33
22
23
26
28
25
29
2
3
6
8
5
9
33
30
36
31
34
38
13 7 11 14
R4
R12
32
25
Cuve
gauche
Left de
tank
Cuve
de droite
Right
tank
A1
A2
35
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All works concerned with electrical installation must be carried out by a skilled and qualified personnel
RTH90
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
3,8 kW
RTH100
4,5 kW
4,5 kW
4,5 kW
4,5 kW
4,5 kW
4,5 kW
4,5 kW
4,5 kW
4,5 kW
4,5 kW
4,5 kW
4,5 kW
4,5 kW
4,5 kW
4,5 kW
4,5 kW
4,5 kW
4,5 kW
ElectroVap RTH-V2
Front panel identification
Software assistant
Alphanumerical display
Menu scrolling down
Menu scrolling up
Menu changing
Manual drain
Steam production light
ON/OFF switch
Power light
Identification tag
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ElectroVap RTH-V2
RTH commissioning
Software assistant
Checking and Switching on :
1 After completion of the installation inspection, tap
on the water supply to the unit
2 Switch on the main power supply.
3 The power lamp must be illuminated.
4 Switch the power supply I/O switch on I. The display will default to show the rate of steam produced.
Display operation :
1 Pressing the SELECT
button repeatedly will
rotate between the three main pages.
2 Enter the desired menu by pressing the up
or
down button.
The unit provides three menus :
"HUMIDIFIER CONFIGURATION"
This menu provides information only on the setup
of the humidifier. No parameters can be changed
from within this menu.
"HUMIDIFIER STATUS"
This menu provides information on the operating
status of the humidifier. No parameters can be
changed from within this menu.
"CHANGING UNIT CONFIGURATION"
This menu allows all operating parameters to be
adjusted. Access to the humidifier configuration
menu is protected by an access code to guard
against unauthorised access. See «Configuring the
unit ».
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ElectroVap RTH-V2
User information menu
Software assistant
STARTING UP
- Press the
HUMIDIFIER STATUS
key for changing
menu at any time
SOFTWARE VERSION
STEAM HUMIDIFIER
RTH…. 3x400V
This indicates the version software in use
This shows the model of humidifier
OR
STEAM PRODUCED
…… KG
In case of external
proportional control
In case of ON/OFF
or 2, 3 or 4 step control
SET POINT:
……% HR
RH MEASURED:
.…. %
EXTERNAL REGULATION
SIGNAL Y: …..V
This shows the required need of
steam from 20 % to 100 %.
STEAM DEMAND
…..%
This shows the temperature
inside the tank
WATER TEMP IN
TANK
…..°C
This shows in kg what left in steam
production before maintenance. This
is a maintenance planning tool.
PRODUCT BEFORE
CLEAN
….. KG
This shows the working time in hours
that is left before maintenance. This
is a maintenance planning tool.
NEXT SERVICE DUE
….. H
This shows the number of working
hours between two maintenance jobs.
In case a humidity sensor is attached
HOUR METER
….. H
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ElectroVap RTH-V2
User information menu
Software assistant
(continued)
- Press the
key for changing menu at any time
This shows the number of kg of
steam produced between two
maintenance jobs
STEAM METER
….. KG
From within the "Changing unit
configuration" menu, if YES
selected for :
« DRAINING IF LONG STOP »
From within the "Changing unit
configuration" menu, if NO
selected for :
« DRAINING IF LONG STOP »
DRAINING AFTER
…… H
This shows the programmed time
allowed for the unit before
it drains out.
This indicates the power in kw
used by the humidifier.
ELECTRICAL POWER
.… KW
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ElectroVap RTH-V2
Humidifier status menu
Software assistant
HUMIDIFIER
CONFIGURATION
OR
This shows the selected
regulation control.
CONTROL SIGNAL IN
………….
This shows the aggregate steam
production since humidifier start-up.
TOTAL STEAM PRODUCED
…………….KG
This indicates the total working time
since the humidifier start-up.
TOTAL HOURS RUN
…..H
This shows the selected water quality
(city, softened or di water)
WATER QUALITY
………………..
This indicates the selected voltage
for the humidifier.
POWER SUPPLY (V)
………...
This shows the maximum power
necessary to the selected humidifier.
MAXIMUM POWER
INSTALL
….. KW
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- Press the
key for changing
menu at any time
ElectroVap RTH-V2
Changing parameters menu
Software assistant
How to change the operating parameters :
Example:
STEAM CAPACITY
LIMIT:
.…%
Scroll menu to get this message, press the
Using the
or
key and the value will flash.
keys, increase or decrease the value.
Once the desired value is reached, press the
The display will read :
key to enter the data.
RECORDED
PARAMETER
MENU : CHANGING UNIT
CONFIGURATION
OR
DIAL ACCESS CODE :
XXX
This allows to select the control
signal of the humidifier
CONTROL SIGNAL IN :
………..
This allows to decrease the steam
capacity down to 50 %
of its nominal capacity.
STEAM CAPACITY
LIMIT:
.…%
In case of ON/OFF or external
proportional control signal
In case of proportional control signal
ADJUST SET POINT
…..%
ADJUST PROP BAND
…..%
This allows to adjust the estimated
number of kg/steam before
tank maintenance
To gain entry, dial access code 2.3.4 :
Press on the
key and the first digit
will flash
Using the
keys enter the first
digit of the access code and then press
the
key to confirm. The next digit will
start to flash. Repeat for a second and third
digit of the access code.
MAINTENANCE FREQCY
…..KG
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ElectroVap RTH-V2
Changing parameters menu
Software assistant
(continued)
This is to adjust the estimated working time before tank maintenance.
MAINTENANCE INTERVAL
…..H
SETTING WATER
T°C
°C YES/ NO
This is to adjust the temperature
maintained inside the tank when
the humidifier is on halt.
This enables or not a cooling cycle of
the water tank before servicing.
This is to keep up or not the water
temperature at 65 °C when
the humidifier is on halt
MINIMUM T°C OF
WATER …….°C
COOLING TANK
YES/NO
This allows to adjust the time of
short drains after a succession
of water intakes
CYCLIC DRAIN
PERIOD
8
Automatic draining when there is no
steam production during 12 to 96 hrs
(adjustable)
DRAINING AFTER
SHUNT DOWN YES / NO
YES
NO
DRAIN AFTER
(HRS):
…..
This allows to modify
the draining frequencies
FREQUENCY DRAIN
EVERY 2 CYCLES
This provides the possibility to stop
the humidifier when the maintenance
message is shown.
STOP RTH WHEN
MAINTENANCE YES/ NO
This allows to input an identification
number when there is a number
of humidifiers.
IDENTIFICATION
OF RTH ………...
SPEED DATA:
9600 B/S
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ElectroVap RTH-V2
Alerts and Warnings
Software assistant
Alerts
What you should do when :
WATER MISSING
MAINTENANCE REQUIRED
Humidifier status : the unit is on halt
x
Switch the humidifier off.
x
Control internal water piping.
x
Control water level detection system.
x
Switch the humidifier on again.
Please revert to the « maintenance »
section of this manual
Maintenance warning
What you should do when :
TANK AND DRAIN VALVE
MAINTENANCE REQUIRED
Humidifier status : the unit is on halt
x
Switch the humidifier off
x
See after the « maintenance » section of this manual and apply the maintenance procedure
x
Switch the humidifier on again
RTH humidifier with software version V01_07, V02_08, V03_08 and V04_08:
TANK AND DRAIN
VALVE MAINTENANCE
- Press first on
then press on
RTH humidifier with software version V05_08 or above :
- Press first on
then press on
- The humidifier can work again and the maintenance timer can be reset at the
selected value (page 30-).
RESET TIMER AND
KG COUNTER
The window shows :
Press this push button to go back to « STEAM PRODUCED » display.
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RTH 5 to 50 tank maintenance
Maintenance
Drain the tank out by pressing the manual drain
button (s.a. picture n°1). Wait for complete draining and allow the tank to cool down (in case
this feature has been enabled)
Picture n°1
Cut off the power supply at the power swichboard and switch off the RTH humidifier
Screw off the front door, lift it a little and take it
away. Remove the black steam hose from the
steam tank (s.a. picture 2) and draw it out of the
humidifier.
Picture n°2
Unscrew the right hand side black knob. Remove the drain hose (s.a. picture n°3).
a
Picture n°3
Swing the tank to intermediate position (s.a.
picture n° 4).
Picture n°4
Unlock the 4 locks of the tank (s.a. picture n° 5).
Take off the water level tank cap (s.a. picture n°
6).
Picture n°5
CAUTION : do not use any solvent to clean
the water level tank. If the sensor needs
being attended, do not use special glues
but use teflon material.
Picture n°6
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RTH 5 to 50 tank maintenance
Maintenance
continued)
x Lift
the tank cap (mind the positioning mark) and
lay it upside down on the top of the humidifier (s.a.
picture n° 7). Remove the high water tank and lay it
on the top of the humidifier.
Picture n°7
x Adjust
the collecting container on the tank rim and
hook the handles to the tank lateral hooks (s.a. picture n° 8).
Picture n°8
x Release
the tank holding steel cord and swing
down the tank : the calcius deposit falls into the
flexible container. This is a tidy operation for both
the maintenance people and the room (s.a. picture
n° 9).
x Remove
the flexible container and swing the tank
back to intermediate position. Attach the holding
steel cord to the tank.
Picture n°9
x Grease
the square tank gasket with silicon grease
TAKE CARE : the tank gasket should be changed whenever the tank is maintained (picture
10.1). Make also sure that the collar clamps are
still ok.
IMPORTANT : make sure that the flutted tee that
fits the bottom of the tank has not been pulled
down with the calcius deposit. Otherwise, pick
it up from the collecting bag and reinstall it
(s.a. picture n° 10).
Picture n°10
1
Do not scratch, hit or use corrosive liquids on
the heating element.
Picture n°11
Put back the tank cap onto the tank body taking
case to align the positioning mark. Wipe the 4 high
water level electrodes and put the high water level
electrode assy back. Swing the tank up (s.a. picture n° 11).
Tighten up the black knob and reconnect the
drain and steam hoses.
Picture n°12
x The
humidifier is now ready for a new long rung
(s.a. picture n°12).
Pictures for illustration only
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RTH 60 to 100 tank maintenance
Maintenance
Picture n°13
x Drain
the tanks by pressing the drain button (s.a. picture n° 13) and wait for their
complete draining and cooling (if this has
been selected).
x Cut
the power off (from the general power
switchboard) and switch the humidifier off
(s.a. picture n° 13)
Picture n°14
x Take
off the door, disconnect the steam
hoses (s.a. picture n° 14-a) and put them
off the humidifier.
a
a
x Untighten
clamp c (s.a. picture 17-b) and
disconnect the water hose.
Picture n°15
x Disconnect
the pressure level hose and
uncap the water level tank (s.a. picture n°
15).
CAUTION : do not use any solvent to
clean the water level tank. If the sensor
needs being attended, use special watertight sealing material.
Picture n°16
x Unscrew
the union junction (s.a. picture n°
16-c) to disconnect the drain hose.
c
Picture n°17
x
d
b
Release the collar clamps b,c and d (s.a.
picture n°17).
Pictures for illustration only
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ElectroVap RTH-V2
RTH 60 to 100 tank maintenance
(continued)
Maintenance
Picture n°18
x Make
the drain valve assy slide on the right
hand side and the other drain hose butt
end slide to the left (s.a. picture n°18).
x Plug
off the drain valve electrical supply
wires and take off the drain valve assy (s.a.
picture n°19)
Picture n°19
x Swing
the tank down to intermediate psosition (s.a. picture n°20).
x Unlock
the 4 locks of the tank (s.a. picture
n°21).
Picture n°20
x Lift
the tank cap (mind the positioning
mark) and lay it upside down on the top of
the humidifier (s.a. picture n°22).
x Adjust
the collecting container on the tank
rim and attach the handles to the lateral
tank hooks.
Picture n°21
x Release
the tank holding steel cord and
swing down the tank : the calcius deposit
falls into the flexible container. This is a
tidy operation for both the maintenance
people and the room (s.a. picture n°23)
Picture n°22
x Remove
the flexible container and swing
the tank back to its intermediate position.
Attach the holding steel cord to the tank.
Grease the tank basket with silicon grease.
Picture n°23
Pictures for illustrating purposes only
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ElectroVap RTH-V2
RTH 60 to 100 tank maintenance
Maintenance
(continued)
Picture n°24
1
Take off the collecting container and swing back the tank
in intermediate position. Attach the tank holding steel
cord.
Grease the tank gasket with silicon grease.
TAKE CARE : the tank gasket should be changed
whenever the tank is maintained (picture 24-1).
CAUTION : make sure that the flutted tee that can be
found inside the tank has not been pulled down with
the culcius deposit. Otherwise, pick it up from the
collecting bag and reinstall it (s.a. picture n° 24).
Do not scratch, hit or use corrosive liquids on the
heating elements.
Picture n°25
x Process
the same way for the second tank.
x Put
back the tank cap onto the tank body taking care
to align the positioning mark. Wipe the 4 high water
level electrodes and put the high water level electrode
assy back. Don’t forget to reconnect the pressure level
hose. Swing the tank up (s.a. picture n° 25).
x
Reassemble the drain valve assy in its original position
and retighten the 4 collar clamps.
Picture n°26
x Tighten
up the black knobs, reconnect the drain
and steam hoses and hang back the doors.
x
The humidifier is now ready for a new long run (s.a.
picture n° 27).
Pictures for illustration only
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Valves maintenance
Maintenance
Drain valve maintenance
To be made at each tank maintenance.
1
x
Remove screw 1 then swing coild holder 2 on the left
x
Remove coil 3 from the actuator assembly 4 (don’t miss the small parts)
x
Dismount assembly 5, clean valve 6
and rinse body 7.
x
Reassemble all the parts.
x
Change parts if needed.
x
Swing coil holder 2 back and screw up
screw 1.
4
3
2
5
6
7
Inlet valve maintenance
Turn the water supply off and switch the humifier off.
x
Remove water inlet hose 1 and screw 2.
x
Take out filter 3 with a pair of pliers and
flush it with clear water.
x
Pull coil 4 out with the help of a small
screwdriver.
x
Flush the internal part of valve body 5 with
clear water.
x
Change parts if needed.
x
Reassemble. Do not forget to insert 0 ring
6.
3
4
5
2
6
1
Pictures for illustrating purposes only
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Split view & component parts
Overview : RTH-V2 5 to 50
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Split view & component parts
Overview : RTH-V2 60 to 100
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ElectroVap RTH-V2
Split view & component parts
Stainless steel tank RTH-V2 5 to 50
1
4
5
3
14
6
11
9
10
12
13
7
2
8
1
Tuyau d'équilibrage de pression Ø8mm
Pressure level Hose Ø8mm
1
2
Chaudière inox + couvercle
Stainless steel boiler + tap
1
3
Résistances électriques (1,9/2,5/3,8/4,3KW) Heating element (1,9/2,5/3,8/4,3KW)
2à9
4
Presse étoupe métal PG7
Metal stuffing box
1
5
Sonde de température PT100
PT100 temperature sensor
1
6
Té cannelé PVC noir
PVC black flutted tee
1
7
Bouton molleté M8
Knob
1
8
Ecrou borgne M8
Sealed nut M8
2
9
Embase pour collier de serrage
Tightening clamp guide
1
10
Vis métaux tête fraisée Ø6 Lg20mm
Countersunk metal screw
1
11
Ecrou inox Ø6mm
Stainless steel nut Ø6mm
2
12
Té 3/4" MF
3/4" tee
1
13
Embout cannelé M3/4" tuyau Ø20mm
Flutted tip
1
14
Joint de chaudière
Tank gasket
1
N°
Description
Description
Qté/Qty
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ElectroVap RTH-V2
Split view & component parts
Stainless steel tank (left) RTH-V2 60 to 100
3
2
4
10
5
14
8
9
13
12
11
7
1
6
1
Chaudière inox + couvercle
Stainless steel boiler + tap
1
2
Résistances électriques (2,5/3,8 ou 4,3KW)
Heating element (2,5/3,8 ou 4,3KW)
6 ou 9
3
Presse étoupe métal PG7
Metal stuffing box
1
4
Sonde de température PT100
PT100 temperature sensor
1
5
Té cannelé PVC noir
PVC black flutted tee
1
6
Bouton molleté M8
Knob
1
7
Ecrou borgne M8
Sealed nut M8
2
8
Embase pour collier de serrage
Tightening clamp guide
1
9
Vis métaux tête fraisée Ø6 Lg20mm
Countersunk metal screw
1
10
Ecrou inox Ø6mm
Stainless steel nut Ø6mm
2
11
Té 3/4" MF
3/4" tee MF
1
12
Coude 3/4" FF
3/4" elbow FF
1
13
Embout cannelé M3/4" tuyau Ø20mm
Flutted tip 3/4" M
1
14
Joint de chaudière
Tank gasket
1
N°
Description
Description
Qté/Qty
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ElectroVap RTH-V2
Split view & component parts
Stainless steel tank (right) RTH-V2 60 to 100
4
3
10
8
1
2
7
9
6
5
1
Chaudière inox + couvercle
Stainless steel boiler+ tap
2
Résistances électriques (2,5/3,8 ou 4,3 KW) Heating element (2,5/3,8 ou 4,3KW)
6 ou 9
3
Presse étoupe métal PG
Metal stuffing box
1
4
Sonde de température PT100
PT100 temperature sensor
1
5
Bouton molleté M8
Knob M8
1
6
Ecrou borgne M8
Sealed nut M8
2
7
Vis inox tête hexagonale Ø6 Lg10mm
Stainless steel screw Ø6 Lg10mm
1
8
Ecrou inox Ø6mm
Stainless steel nut Ø6mm
2
9
Bouchon inox 3/4" F
Stainless steel cork 3/4" F
1
10
Joint de chaudière
Tank gasket
1
N°
Description
Description
Qté/Qty
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1
ElectroVap RTH-V2
Split view & component parts
Filling cup RTH-V2 5 to 50
5
2
1
Tube cristal Ø18x22mm
Crystal tube Ø18x22mm
1
2
Collier de serrage Ø16x27mm
Ring clamp Ø16x27mm
2
3
Tube cristal Ø18x22mm
Crystal tube Ø18x22mm
1
4
Tube cristal Ø12x16mm
Crystal tube Ø12x16mm
1
5
Ensemble godet + couvercle
Filling cup assy
1
6
Collier de serrage Ø12x22mm
Ring clamp Ø12x22mm
1
7
Godet de remplissage complet RTH-V2
Filling cup assy with hoses RTH-V2
1
N°
Description
Description
Qté/Qty
6
4
Filling cup RTH-V2 60 to 100
1
4
7
5
6
3
1
2
1
Tube cristal Ø12x16mm
Crystal tube Ø12x16mm
1
2
Tube cristal Ø18x22mm
Crystal tube Ø18x22mm
1
3
Tube cristal Ø18x22mm
Crystal tube Ø18x22mm
1
4
Ensemble godet + couvercle
Filling cup assy
1
5
Collier de serrage Ø12x22mm
Ring clamp Ø12x22mm
1
6
Collier de serrage Ø16x27mm
Ring clamp Ø16x27mm
2
7
Godet de remplissage complet RTH-V2
Filling cup assy with hoses RTH-V2
1
N°
Description
Description
Qté/Qty
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7
3
ElectroVap RTH-V2
Split view & component parts
Water level detection tank RTH-V2 5 to 100
3
5
1
Electrode de niveau (jeu de 4)
Water level sensor (set of 4)
4
2
Ecrou inox Ø4mm
Stainless steel nut Ø4mm
4
3
Embout chromé cannelé 1/4"G - Ø8mm Flutted chronium platted tip 1/4" Ø4mm
1
4
Joint torique rouge SIL70
Sil 70 red O ring
1
5
Ensemble de niveau d'eau RTH 5 à100
Water level assy RTH 5 - 100
1
N°
Description
Description
Qté/Qty
2
1
4
Pressure balancing hose RTH-V2 60 to 100
3
4
1
5
6
2
1
Tuyau caoutchouc bleu Ø8 Lg140mm
Blue robber hose Ø8 Lg140mm
1
2
Tuyau caoutchouc bleu Ø8 Lg90mm
Blue robber hose Ø8 Lg90mm
1
3
Tuyau caoutchouc bleu Ø8 Lg340mm
Blue robber hose Ø8 Lg340mm
1
4
Té cannelé Ø8mm
Flutted tee Ø8mm
1
5
Collier de serrage Ø10x22mm
Ring clamp Ø10x22mm
2
6
Equilibrage des pressions RTH-V2 (60 à 100) Pressure balancing RTH-V2 (60 à 100)
N°
Description
Description
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Qté/Qty
ElectroVap RTH-V2
Split view & components parts
Drain valve RTH-V2 5 to 50
6
5
7
1
Tuyau vapeur Ø40mm Lg80mm
Steam hose Ø40mm Lg80mm
1
2
Collier de serrage Ø40X60mm
Tightening clamp Ø40x60mm
1
3
Membrane à soufflet pour D137
Membrane bellows
1
4
Groupe noyau + ressort pour D137
Core assy + spring
1
5
Bobine 230V pour vanne D137
Solenoïd coil
1
6
Groupe de guidage noyau pour D137
Core guide assy
1
7
Vanne de vidange complète RTH5 à 50 Complete drain valve
N°
Description
4
Description
Qté/Qty
Drain valve RTH-V2 60 to 100
3
1
2
1
Tuyau vapeur Ø40mm Lg60mm
Steam hose Ø40mm Lg60mm
1
2
Collier de serrage Ø40X60mm
Tightening clamp Ø40x60mm
1
3
Membrane à soufflet pour D137
Membrane bellows for D137
1
4
Groupe noyau + ressort pour D137
Core assy + spring for D137
1
5
Bobine 230V pour vanne D137
Solenoïd coil for D137
1
6
Groupe de guidage noyau pour D137
Core guide assy for D137
1
7
Vanne de vidange complète RTH60 à 100
Complete drain valve RTH 60 à 100
N°
Description
Description
Qté/Qty
Draining tee RTH-V2 60 to 100
2
3
1
1
Tuyau vapeur Ø40mm Lg60mm
Steam hose Ø40mm Lg60mm
2
Té inox Ø40mm (130-50mm)
Stainless steel tee Ø40mm (130-50mm) 1
3
Collier de serrage Ø40X60mm
Tightening clamp Ø40x60mm
1
N°
Description
Description
Qté/Qty
50
2
ElectroVap RTH-V2
Split view & component parts
Water inlet valve RTH-V2 5 to 50
2
1
Bobine de vanne d'entré d'eau
Solenoid coil
1
2
Corps de vanne d'entrée d'eau N2
Body N2
1
3
Ecrou 3/4"
Screw 3/4" (inlet valve)
1
4
Vanne d'entré d'eau complète
Complete inlet valve
N°
Description
Description
Qté / Qty
1
4
3
Water inlet valve RTH-V2 60 to 100
2
1
1
Bobine de vanne d'entré d'eau
Solenoid coil
1
2
Corps de vanne d'entrée d'eau N4
Body N4
1
3
Ecrou 3/4"
Screw 3/4" (inlet valve)
1
4
Vanne d'entré d'eau complète
Complete inlet valve
N°
Description
Description
4
3
Qté / Qty
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ElectroVap RTH-V2
Split view & component parts
Electrical DIN rail RTH-V2 5 to 100
13
12
4
14
7
10
1
5
8
9
18
19
6
2
3
15
16
17
11
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ElectroVap RTH-V2
Split view & component parts
Electrical compartment RTH-V2 5 to 100
1
Platine gestion des niveaux (réf: 500851/02) Water level control board (ref: 500851/02)
1
2
Platine principale RTH (réf: 500101/05)
1
3
Platine renvoi infos (option) (réf: 500400/03) Remote information (ref: 500400/03)
1
4
PLatine afficheur (réf: 500600/03)
Display board (ref: 500600/03)
1
5
Vis inox tête cylindrique Ø4mm Lg8mm
Stainless steel cylindrical head scew Ø4 Lg8mm
11 ou 13
6
Vis inox tête cylindrique Ø4mm Lg60mm
Stainless steel cylindrical head scew Ø4 Lg60mm
4 ou 8
7
Rondelle plate Ø4mm
Stainless steel plain washer Ø4mm
4 ou 8
8
Rondelle éventail Ø4mm
Stainless steel fan washer Ø4mm
4 ou 8
9
Ecrou inox Ø4mm
Stainless steel nut Ø4mm
4 ou 8
10
Ventilateur hélicoïdale
Helicoidal fan
1 ou 2
11
Rail DIN
DIN rail
1
12
Borne de butée GD35
Supporting terminal GD35
1
13
Borne électrique JSAK 2,5 EN
Electrical terminal JSAK 2,5 EN
4
14
Relais statique SO965560wf OU SO975560WF
Static relay SO96556WF0 or SO975560WF 1 ou 2 ou 4
15
Contacteur LC1-D32
Contactor LC1-D32
1 ou 2 ou 3
16
Borne électrique JSAK 35 EN
Electrical terminal JSAK 35 EN
6 à 14
17
Borne de terre JEK 35/35
Ground terminal KEK 35/35
2
18
Bouton marche/arrêt
Button on/off
1
19
Voyant sous-tension
Power light
1
N°
Description
Description
Qté/Qty
RTH main circuit board (ref: 500101/05)
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Follow up & maintenance sheet
Maintenance
Model : RTH
Model : ELMC
MAINTENANCE WORKS CARRIED OUT
INTERVENTION
NEXT
DATE
INTERVENTION
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ElectroVap RTH-V2
Follow up & maintenance sheet
Maintenance
Model : RTH
Model : ELMC
MAINTENANCE WORKS CARRIED OUT
INTERVENTION
NEXT
DATE
INTERVENTION
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For further information, please contact :
87 Rue Feu St Eloi
F-76550 Ambrumesnil - France
tel. +33 (0) 2.35.04.61.41 - fax. +33 (0) 2.35.04.61.62
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2010-03-18
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