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OPERATION MANUAL
Packaged air-cooled water chillers
EWAQ080DAYN
EWAQ100DAYN
EWAQ130DAYN
EWAQ150DAYN
EWAQ180DAYN
EWAQ210DAYN
EWAQ240DAYN
EWAQ260DAYN
EWAQ080DAYN
EWAQ100DAYN
EWAQ130DAYN
EWAQ150DAYN
EWAQ180DAYN
EWAQ210DAYN
EWAQ240DAYN
EWAQ260DAYN
CONTENTS
Operation manual
Packaged air-cooled water chillers
Page
Introduction ....................................................................................... 1
Technical specifications ............................................................................. 1
Electrical specifications ............................................................................. 2
Important information regarding the refrigerant used ................................ 3
Description ........................................................................................ 3
Function of the main components.............................................................. 4
Safety devices............................................................................................ 5
Internal wiring - Parts table........................................................................ 6
Before operation................................................................................ 7
Checks before initial start-up ..................................................................... 7
Water supply .............................................................................................. 7
Power supply connection and crankcase heating...................................... 7
General recommendations ........................................................................ 7
Operation .......................................................................................... 8
Digital controller ......................................................................................... 8
Working with the unit ................................................................................. 8
Advanced features of the digital controller............................................... 11
Troubleshooting ............................................................................... 19
Maintenance.................................................................................... 22
Maintenance activities ............................................................................. 22
Disposal requirements ............................................................................. 23
Technical specifications
General EWAQ
(1)
080
Dimensions HxWxD
Weight
• machine weight
(kg)
• operation weight
(kg)
100
130
2311x2000x2631
(mm)
1350
1365
1400
1415
1500
1517
3" OD
1/2"G
15
3" OD
1/2"G
15
3" OD
1/2"G
17
35
1.5
35
1.5
35
1.5
3.0
3.0
3.0
Connections
• chilled water inlet and outlet
• evaporator drain
Internal water volume
(l)
Expansion vessel (only for
OPSP, OPTP and OPHP)
(l)
• volume
(bar)
• pre-pressure
Safety valve
water circuit
Pump (only for OPSP)
(bar)
Vertical in-line pump
TP 50-240/2
TP 50-240/2
TP 65-230/2
• type
• model (standard)
Compressor
Type
Qty x model
Speed
Oil type
Oil charge volume
(rpm)
(l)
semi-hermetic scroll compressor
2x SJ180-4
2x SJ240-4
4x SJ161-4
2900
2900
2900
FVC68D
FVC68D
FVC68D
2x 6.2
2x 6.2
4x 3.3
Condenser
READ THIS MANUAL ATTENTIVELY BEFORE STARTING
UP THE UNIT. DO NOT THROW IT AWAY. KEEP IT IN
YOUR FILES FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
Nominal air flow
No. of motors x output
(m3/min)
(W)
This operation manual concerns packaged air-cooled water chillers
of the Daikin EWAQ-DAYN series. These units are provided for
outdoor installation and used for cooling applications. The EWAQ
units can be combined with Daikin fan coil units or air handling units
for air conditioning purposes. They can also be used for supplying
water for process cooling.
This manual has been prepared to ensure adequate operation and
maintenance of the unit. It will tell you how to use the unit properly
and will provide help if problems occur. The unit is equipped with
safety devices, but they will not necessarily prevent all problems
caused by improper operation or inadequate maintenance.
In case of persisting problems contact your local Daikin dealer.
Before starting up the unit for the first time, make sure that
it has been properly installed. It is therefore necessary to
carefully read the installation manual supplied with the unit
and the recommendations listed in "Checks before initial
start-up" on page 7.
780
4x 500
800
4x 600
P120T
P120T
DV47
150
180
210
Evaporator
Model
General EWAQ
INTRODUCTION
780
4x 500
Dimensions HxWxD
Weight
(mm)
• machine weight
(kg)
• operation weight
(kg)
2311x2000x2631
2311x2000x3081
1550
1569
1800
1825
1850
1877
3" OD
1/2"G
19
3" OD
1/2"G
25
3" OD
1/2"G
27
35
1.5
35
1.5
35
1.5
3.0
3.0
3.0
Connections
• chilled water inlet and outlet
• evaporator drain
Internal water volume
(l)
Expansion vessel (only for
OPSP, OPTP and OPHP)
(l)
• volume
(bar)
• pre-pressure
Safety valve
water circuit
Pump (only for OPSP)
(bar)
Vertical in-line pump
TP 65-230/2
TP 65-260/2
TP 65-260/2
• type
• model (standard)
Compressor
Type
Qty x model
Speed
Oil type
Oil charge volume
semi-hermetic scroll compressor
2x SJ180-4 +
4x SJ240-4
2x SJ240-4
2900
2900
2900
FVC68D
FVC68D
FVC68D
2x 6.2 + 2x 6.2
4x 6.2
2x 6.2
4x SJ180-4
(rpm)
(l)
Condenser
Nominal air flow
No. of motors x output
(m3/min)
(W)
860
4x 1000
1290
6x 1000
1290
6x 1000
DV47
DV58
DV58
Evaporator
Model
(1) Refer to the engineering data book for the complete list of specifications.
Operation manual
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EWAQ080~260DAYN
Packaged air-cooled water chillers
4PW35556-1C
General EWAQ
240
Dimensions HxWxD
Weight
• machine weight
(kg)
• operation weight
(kg)
260
2311x2000x4833
(mm)
3150
3189
3250
3292
3"
1/2"G
39
3"
1/2"G
42
50
1.5
50
1.5
3.0
3.0
Connections
• chilled water inlet and outlet
• evaporator drain
Internal water volume
(l)
Expansion vessel (only for
OPSP, OPTP and OPHP)
(l)
• volume
(bar)
• pre-pressure
Safety valve
water circuit
Pump (only for OPSP)
(bar)
Vertical in-line pump
TP 65-260/2
TP 65-260/2
• type
• model (standard)
Compressor
Type
Qty x model
Speed
Oil type
(rpm)
(l)
Oil charge volume
semi-hermetic scroll
compressor
2x SJ240-4 +
4x SJ300-4
2x SJ300-4
2900
2900
FVC68D
FVC68D
2x 6.2 +
4x 6.2
2x 6.2
Condenser
Nominal air flow
No. of motors x output
(m3/min)
(W)
1600
8x 600
1600
8x 600
DV58
DV58
Evaporator
Model
Electrical specifications
EWAQ
(1)
080
100
130
Power supply
• Phase
• Frequency
(Hz)
• Voltage
(V)
• Voltage tolerance
(%)
150
180
210
• Frequency
(Hz)
• Voltage
(V)
• Voltage tolerance
(%)
240
260
YN
3~
50
400
±10
• Phase
Unit
Unit
• Nominal running current
(A)
• Maximum running current (A)
• Recommended fuses
according to IEC 269-2
(A)
60
96
72
120
88
160
113
177
3x 125 gL
3x 160 gL
3x 200 gL
3x 200 gL
15 + 15
—
20 + 20
—
13 + 13
13 + 13
15 + 15
15 + 15
Compressor
3~
50
400
• Phase
• Frequency
(Hz)
(V)
• Voltage
(A)
(hp)
(hp)
• Circuit 1
Circuit 2
• Frequency
144
233
162
262
181
290
3x 250 gL
3x 250 gL
3x 300 gL
3x 355 gL
20 + 15
20 + 15
20 + 20
20 + 20
25 + 20
25 + 20
25 + 25
25 + 25
65 + 51
65 + 51
65 + 65
65 + 65
3~
50
400
(Hz)
(V)
• Voltage
39 + 39
—
51 + 51
—
35 + 35
35 + 35
39 + 39
39 + 39
Control and fan motor
(Hz)
(V)
• Maximum running current (A)
(A)
(A)
Circuit 1
Circuit 2
51 + 39
51 + 39
51 + 51
51 + 51
Control and fan motor
1~
50
230 V
• Phase
• Voltage
• Recommended fuses
according to IEC 269-2
131
209
• Nominal running current
(A)
(A)
• Frequency
(A)
• Maximum running current (A)
• Phase
• Nominal running current
Circuit 1
Circuit 2
• Nominal running current
Compressor
(hp)
(hp)
• Circuit 1
Circuit 2
4x 1.5
4x 1.5
1~
50
230 V
• Phase
• Frequency
4x 2.3
(Hz)
(V)
• Voltage
4x 1.6
Pump
• Maximum running current (A)
6x 2.3
6x 2.3
8x 1.6
8x 1.6
4
8.0
4
8.0
4
8.0
4
8.0
Pump
(kW)
• Power
• Nominal running current
(A)
Heater tape
• Supply voltage
• Power
EWAQ
Power supply
YN
3~
50
400
±10
(V)
(standard)
(OPSP)
(OPBT)
• Optional field heater
• Recommended fuses
(A)
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4PW35556-1C
2.2
4.5
2.2
4.5
3
6.3
(OP10)
230 V ±10%
1x 300 W
2x 300 W
2x 300 W + 150 W
maximum 1 kW
2x 10
3
6.3
(kW)
• Power
• Nominal running current
(A)
Heater tape
• Supply voltage
• Power
(V)
(standard)
(OPSP)
(OPBT)
• Optional field heater
• Recommended fuses
(A)
(OP10)
230 V ±10%
1x 300 W
2x 300 W
2x 300 W + 150 W
maximum 1 kW
2x 10
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Important information regarding the refrigerant used
This product contains fluorinated greenhouse gases covered by the Kyoto Protocol.
Refrigerant type:
GWP(1) value:
(1)
R410A
1975
GWP = global warming potential
Periodical inspections for refrigerant leaks may be required depending on European or local legislation. Please contact your local dealer for more
information.
DESCRIPTION
The EWAQ air-cooled water chillers are available in 8 standard sizes.
EWAQ180+210
1000 1000
2
23
39 17
18
24
17 39
39
7 4 15 4 7
2
23
23
2
36
13
8
11
16
19
5 27
6
1 25
26
6
26
28
3000
20
27 5
22 29 31 34 25 3
1200
1200
1200
3000
14
1000
1000
1200
3000
39
EWAQ240+260
1000
1200
1000
1200
EWAQ080~150
30
35
37
21
3
24
21
32 33 38 10 9 12
Figure - Main components
1
Evaporator
14
Ambient temperature sensor (R1T)
29
Pump (optional)
2
Condenser
15
Drier + charge valve
30
Buffertank (optional)
3
Compressor
16
Power supply intake
31
Expansion vessel (optional)
4
Electronic expansion valve + sight glass
with moisture indication
17
Switchbox
32
Waterfilter
18
Digital display controller (behind service
panel)
33
Water stop valve (optional)
34
Frame
Field wiring intake
35
Buffertank drain valve
5
Discharge stop valve (optional)
6
Suction stop valve (optional)
7
Liquid stop valve (optional)
20
Main isolator switch
36
Regulating valve (optional)
8
Chilled water in (Victaulic® coupling)
21
Transportbeam
37
Water safety valve (optional)
9
Chilled water out (Victaulic® coupling)
22
Flowswitch
38
Pressure gauge (optional)
10
Water drain evaporator
23
Fan
39
11
Air purge
24
Safety valve
Eyebolt (for lifting the unit)
(only for EWAQ080~210)
12
Leaving water temperature sensor
(R3T)
25
High pressure sensor
26
Low pressure sensor
Entering water temperature sensor
(R2T)
27
High pressure switch
28
Oil sight glass
13
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19
Required space around the unit for service
and air intake
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Packaged air-cooled water chillers
4PW35556-1C
Function of the main components
13
14
13
t>
M15F
M25F
15
C
9
12
12
D
M13F
D
M14F
11
12
8
8
Y11E
Y21E
11
12
12
6
6
D
16
5
18
R14T
D
D
5
B1PH p >
12
p > B2PH
16
p > S2PH
18
12
S1PH p >
R17T
R34T
R37T
12
12
(*)
(*)
12
12
B1PL
17
C
M23F
M24F
12
D
15
9
p<
B2PL
4
4
4
4
M11C
M12C
M22C
M21C
R15T
R25T
R35T
p<
17
R45T
2
PHE
10
10
10
19
21
A
D
R3T
R2T
t>
t>
7
22
B
10
20
20
D
26
24
27
29
23
28
1
D
28
30
31
3
7
25
20
32
21
Figure - Functional diagram
1
Water outlet
2
Evaporator
11
Electronic expansion valve + sight
glass with moisture indication
■
Service port
30
Filter
Drain valve
31
Shut off valve
32
Water circuit safety valve
(*)
Standard (A) or dual pressure
relief valve (B)
A
Standard
3
Water inlet
12
Check valve
22
Regulating valve
4
Compressor
13
Condenser
23
Pump
5
Suction stop valve (optional)
14
Ambient temperature sensor
24
Fill port
6
Discharge stop valve (optional)
15
Fan
25
Drain port
7
Refrigerant circuit safety valve
16
High pressure sensor
26
Expansion vessel
8
Drier/charge valve
17
Low pressure sensor
27
Pressure gauge
B
Dual pressure relief valve
9
Liquid stop valve (optional)
18
High pressure switch
28
Air purge
C
Only for 70~80 HP units
10
Oil sight glass
19
Flowswitch
29
Buffer tank
D
Optional
As the refrigerant circulates through the unit, changes in its state or
condition occur. These changes are caused by the following main
components:
■
20
21
Compressor
The compressor (M*C) acts as a pump and circulates the refrigerant in the refrigeration circuit. It compresses the refrigerant
vapour coming from the evaporator at the pressure at which it
can easily be liquefied in the condenser.
Condenser
The function of the condenser is to change the state of the
refrigerant from gaseous to liquid. The heat gained by the gas in
the evaporator is discharged through the condenser to the
ambient air, and the vapour condenses to liquid.
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Packaged air-cooled water chillers
4PW35556-1C
■
Filter/drier
The filter installed behind the condenser removes small particles
from the refrigerant to prevent damage to the compressor and
expansion valve.
The drier takes the water out of the system.
■
Expansion valve
The liquid refrigerant coming from the condenser enters the
evaporator via an expansion valve. The expansion valve brings
the liquid refrigerant to a pressure at which it can easily be
evaporated in the evaporator.
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■
Evaporator
The main function of the evaporator is to take heat from the
water that flows through it. This is done by turning the liquid
refrigerant, coming from the condenser, into gaseous
refrigerant.
■
Water in/outlet connection
The water inlet and outlet connection allow an easy connection
of the unit to the water circuit of the air handling unit or industrial
equipment.
■
Flowswitch (general safety devices)
The unit is protected by a flowswitch (S1L).
When the water flow becomes lower than the minimum allowed
water flow, the flowswitch shuts down the unit. When the water
flow becomes normal, the protection resets automatically but the
controller still needs to be reset manually.
■
Discharge thermal protectors (circuit safety devices)
The unit is equipped with discharge thermal protectors (R*T).
The protectors are activated when the temperature of the
refrigerant leaving the compressor becomes too high. When the
temperature returns to normal the controller needs to be reset
manually.
■
Freeze-up protection (general safety devices)
The freeze-up protection prevents the water in the evaporator
from freezing during operation.
Safety devices
The unit is equipped with three kinds of safety device:
1
2
General safety devices
General safety devices shut down all circuits and stop the whole
unit. For this reason the unit has to be manually put on again
after a general safety occurred.
■ When the outlet water temperature is too low, the controller
shuts down the compressors. When the outlet water
temperature returns to normal, the controller resets
automatically.
Circuit safety devices
■ When the refrigerant temperature is too low, the controller
shuts down the unit. When the refrigerant temperature
returns to normal, the controller needs to be reset manually.
Circuit safety devices shut down the circuit they protect, while
the other circuits remain activated.
3
Part safety devices
■
Low pressure safety (circuit safety devices)
When the suction pressure of a circuit is too low, the circuit
controller shuts down the circuit. When the pressure returns to
normal, the safety device can be reset on the controller.
■
Pressure relief safety valve (general safety devices)
The safety valve is activated when the pressure in the refrigerant
circuit becomes too high. If this occurs, shut down the unit and
contact your local dealer.
■
High pressure setback (circuit safety device)
The high pressure setback prevents the high pressure to
become too high so that high pressure switch is activated.
When the high pressure is too high, the controller shuts down
the compressor. When the pressure returns to normal, the
controller resets automatically.
■
High pressure switch (circuit safety devices)
Each circuit is protected by a high pressure switch (S*PH) which
measures the condenser pressure (pressure at the outlet of the
compressor).
When the pressure becomes too high, the pressure switch is
activated and the circuit stops.
When the pressure becomes normal again, the protection resets
automatically but the controller still needs to be reset manually.
The switch is factory-set and may not be adjusted.
Part safety devices shut down the part they protect.
An overview of all safety devices is given below.
■
Overcurrent relays
■ Overcurrent relay for compressors (only for SJ161-4) (circuit
safety device)
The overcurrent relay protects the compressor motor in case of
overload, phase failure or too low voltage.
■ Overcurrent relay for fans (part safety device)
The overcurrent relay protects the fan motors in case of overload,
phase failure or too low voltage.
■ Overcurrent relay for pump (general safety device)
The overcurrent relay protects the pump in case of overload,
phase failure or too low voltage.
When activated, the overcurrent relays have to be reset in the
switch box and the controller needs to be reset manually.
The overcurrent relays are factory set and may not be
adjusted.
■
Compressor SJ161-4 thermal protector (part safety devices)
Compressor SJ161-4 is equipped with an internal overload
motor protection to protect the unit against excessive current
and temperature caused by overloading, low refrigerant flow or
phase loss. The compressor will shut down and will
automatically restart when temperature returns to normal. This
is not detected by the controller.
■
Compressor SJ180-4 electronic protection module (circuit safety
device)
Compressor SJ180-4 is equipped with an electronic protection
module to provide for efficient and reliable protection against
overheating, overloading, and phase loss. The controller will
detect the shut down of the compressor. The controller needs to
be reset manually. The compressor is internally protected
against reverse phase.
■
Compressors SJ240-4 and SJ300-4 electronic protection
modules (circuit safety device)
Compressors SJ240-4 and SJ300-4 are equipped with an
electronic protection module to provide for efficient and reliable
protection against overheating, overloading, phase loss and
phase reversal. The controller will detect the shut down of the
compressor. The controller needs to be reset manually.
■
Reverse phase protector (general safety device)
The reverse phase protectors prevent the unit from being
operated in reverse phase. If the unit does not start, two phases
of the power supply must be inverted.
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EWAQ080~260DAYN
Packaged air-cooled water chillers
4PW35556-1C
Internal wiring - Parts table
Refer to the internal wiring diagram supplied with the unit. The
abbreviations used are listed below:
A01P...................... PCB extension
A02P.............**...... PCB communication (only for option EKACPG)
A4P........................ PCB wired remote controller
A5P...............**...... PCB wired remote controller
(only for option EKRUPG)
A11P,A21P............. PCB main controller circuit 1, circuit 2
A13P,A23P....**...... Frequency inverter circuit 1, circuit 2
(only for option OPIF)
A71P...................... PCB EEV driver
B1PH,B2PH........... High pressure sensor circuit 1, circuit 2
B1PL,B2PL ............ Low pressure sensor circuit 1, circuit 2
DS1........................ PCB DIP-switch
E1HS ............## .... Switch box heater with fan
(only for EWAQ130~260 with option OPIF)
E3H...............**...... Heater tape (only for option OP10)
E4H...............**...... Heater tape (only for options OP10, OPSP,
OPHP and OPTP)
E5H...............* ....... Fieldheater
E6H...............**...... Buffertank heater
(only for option OP10 and OPBT)
E7H...............## .... Switch box heater
(only for EWAQ080+100 with option OPIF)
E11HC,E12HC ...... Crankcase heater compressor circuit 1
E21HC,E22HC ...... Crankcase heater compressor circuit 2
(only for EWAQ130~260)
F1~F3 ...........# ...... Main fuses
F1U........................ Fuse PCB
F4,F5 ............# ...... Fuse for heater
F6B ........................ Autofuse for primary of TR1
F8B ...............**...... Autofuse for switchbox heater
(only for option OPIF)
F9B ........................ Autofuse for secondary of TR1
F11B,F12B ............ Autofuse for compressors (M11C, M12C)
(only for EWAQ130~260)
F14B,F24B ............ Autofuse for fanmotors circuit 1, circuit 2
F15B,F25B ...**...... Autofuse for fanmotors circuit 1, circuit 2
(only for option OPIF)
F16B .............## .... Autofuse for pump (K1P) (only for options OPSP,
OPHP, OPTC, OPTP and OPSC)
F17B .............## .... Autofuse for pump (K2P)
(only for options OPTC and OPTP)
F21B,F22B ............ Autofuse for compressors (M21C, M22C)
(only for EWAQ130~260)
H1P~H6P .....* ....... Indication lamp for changeable digital outputs
H11P,H12P ............ Indication lamp for operation compressor
circuit 1 C11M, C12M
H21P,H22P ............ Indication lamp for operation compressor
circuit 2 C21M, C22M (only for EWAQ130~260)
HAP~HEP.............. LED PCB
K1A,K2A ................ Auxiliary relay for compressor safety circuit 1,
circuit 2
K1P...............## .... Pump contactor (only for options OPSP, OPHP,
OPTC, OPTP and OPSC)
K1R~K22R ............ PCB relay
K1S...............* ....... Overcurrent relay pump
K2P...............## .... Pump contactor
(only for options OPTC and OPTP)
K3A........................ Auxiliary relay for heater tape
K11M,K12M........... Compressor contactor for circuit 1
K13F,K14F ............. Fancontactor for circuit 1
K13S,K14S ............ Fan overcurrent relay for circuit 1
K15F ...................... Fancontactor for circuit 1
(only for EWAQ080+100 and EWAQ180~260)
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K15S ...................... Fan overcurrent relay for circuit 1
(only for EWAQ080+100 and EWAQ180~260)
K16F ...................... Fancontactor for circuit 1
(only for EWAQ080+100 and EWAQ240+260)
K16S ...................... Fan overcurrent relay for circuit 1
(only for EWAQ080+100 and EWAQ240+260)
K21M,K22M ........... Compressor contactor for circuit 2
(only for EWAQ130~260)
K23F,K24F ............. Fancontactor for circuit 2
(only for EWAQ130~260)
K23S,K24S ............ Fan overcurrent relay for circuit 2
(only for EWAQ130~260)
K25F ...................... Fancontactor for circuit 2
(only for EWAQ180~260)
K25S ...................... Fan overcurrent relay for circuit 2
(only for EWAQ180~260)
K26F ...................... Fancontactor for circuit 2
(only for EWAQ240+260)
K26S ...................... Fan overcurrent relay for circuit 2
(only for EWAQ240+260)
M1P.............. * ....... Pump motor 1 (only for options OPSP, OPHP,
OPTC and OPTP)
M2P.............. * ....... Pump motor 2
(only for options OPTC and OPTP)
M11C,M12C........... Compressor motors circuit 1
M13F,M14F ............ Fan motors circuit 1
M15F...................... Fan motors circuit 1
(only for EWAQ080+100 and EWAQ180~260)
M16F...................... Fan motors circuit 1
(only for EWAQ080+100 and EWAQ240+260)
M21C,M22C........... Compressor motors circuit 2
(only for EWAQ130~260)
M23F,M24F ............ Fan motors circuit 2 (only for EWAQ130~260)
M25F...................... Fan motor circuit 2 (only for EWAQ180~260)
M26F...................... Fan motor circuit 2 (only for EWAQ240+260)
PE .......................... Main earth terminal
Q1T .............. ** ...... Thermostat (only for option OP10)
Q11C,Q12C ........... Thermal protector compressor circuit 1
(only for EWAQ130)
Q11C,Q12C ........... Electronic protection module compressor
circuit 1 (not for EWAQ130)
Q21C,Q22C ........... Thermal protector compressor circuit 2
(only for EWAQ130)
Q21C,Q22C ........... Electronic protection module compressor
circuit 2 (only for EWAQ150~260)
R1T ........................ Ambient temperature sensor
R2T ........................ Inlet water temperature sensor
R3T ........................ Outlet water temperature sensor
R8T .............. * ....... Temperature sensor for changeable analogue
input
R14T ...................... Suction temperature sensor circuit 1
R15T,R25T............. Discharge temperature sensor circuit 1
R17T ...................... Refrigerant piping temperature sensor circuit 1
R34T ...................... Suction temperature sensor circuit 2
(only for EWAQ130~260)
R35T,R45T............. Discharge temperature sensor circuit 2
(only for EWAQ130~260)
R37T ...................... Refrigerant piping temperature sensor circuit 2
(only for EWAQ130~260)
S1A~S3A ............... PCB DIP-switch
S1L......................... Flowswitch
S1M........................ Main isolator switch
S1PH,S2PH ........... High pressure switch circuit 1, circuit 2
S1S~S5S ..... * ....... Switch for changeable digital input
S1T .............. ##..... Thermal contact (only for option OPIF)
S2M.............. #....... Heater tape isolator switch
T1A .............. ** ...... Current transducer (only for option OP57)
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T1V............... ** ......Voltage transducer (only for option OP57)
TR1 ........................Transfo control circuit (400 V/230 V)
TR1A ............ ** ......Current measurement transfo
(only for option OP57)
V1C ........................Ferrite core
V1F,V2F........ ** ......Noise filter circuit 1, circuit 2
(only for EWAQ130~210 with option OPIF)
V2C .............. ** ......Ferrite core (only for option EKACPG)
X*A .........................PCB terminal
X*Y .........................Connector
X1M........................PCB terminal strip
Y11E ......................Electronic expansion valve cooling circuit 1
Y21E ......................Electronic expansion valve cooling circuit 2
(only for EWAQ130~260)
Not included with standard unit
Not possible as option
Possible as option
Obligatory
#
##
Not obligatory
*
**
BEFORE
10
Check that the air inlet and outlet of the unit is not obstructed by
paper sheets, cardboard, or any other material.
11
12
Water supply
Fill the water piping, taking into account the minimum water volume
required by the unit. Refer to the "installation manual".
Make sure that the water is of the quality as mentioned in the
installation manual.
Purge the air at the high points of the system and check the operation
of the circulation pump and the flowswitch.
OPERATION
After the installation of the unit, check the following before switching
on the circuit breaker:
3
Power supply connection and crankcase heating
In order to avoid compressor damage, it is necessary to
switch on the crankcase heater for at least 6 hours before
starting the compressor after a long period of standstill.
Switch on the circuit breaker on the local supply panel. Make
sure that the unit is "OFF".
2
The crankcase heater is switched on automatically.
3
Check that the fuses or the locally installed protection devices
are of the size and type specified in the installation manual.
Make sure that neither a fuse nor a protection device has been
bypassed.
Check the supply voltage on the supply terminals L1, L2, L3 by
means of a voltmeter. The voltage must correspond to the
voltage indicated on the identification label of the unit. If the
voltmeter reads values which are not within the ranges specified
in the technical data, check the field wiring and replace the
supply cables if necessary.
4
Check if the crankcase heaters are warming up.
Earth wiring
After 6 hours, the unit is ready for operation.
Fuses or protection devices
Before switching on the unit, read following recommendations:
1
When the complete installation and all necessary settings have
been carried out, close all service panels of the unit.
2
The service panels of the switch boxes may only be opened by a
licensed electrician for maintenance purposes.
3
When accessibility to the digital controller is frequently
necessary, install an optional digital remote controller
(EKRUPG).
4
To prevent the evaporator from freezing (when OP10 is installed)
and to avoid damage to the LCD displays of the digital controller,
never switch off the power supply during winter.
Fixation
Check that the unit is properly fixed, to avoid abnormal noises
and vibrations when starting up the unit.
6
General recommendations
Internal wiring
Visually check the switch box for loose connections or damaged
electrical components.
5
To switch on the crankcase heater proceed as follows:
1
Field wiring
Make sure that the field wiring between the local supply panel
and the unit has been carried out according to the instructions
described in the installation manual, according to the wiring
diagrams and according to European and national regulations.
Make sure that the earth wires have been connected properly
and that the earth terminals are tightened.
4
Damaged equipment
Check the inside of the unit for damaged components or
squeezed pipes.
7
Refrigerant leak
Check the inside of the unit for refrigerant leakage. If there is a
refrigerant leak, call your local dealer.
8
Water connection
Check water piping system and circulating pumps.
Make sure that the circuit breaker on the power supply
panel of the unit is switched off.
2
Power supply voltage
Check the power supply voltage on the local supply panel. The
voltage should correspond to the voltage on the identification
label of the unit.
Checks before initial start-up
1
Air inlet/outlet
Oil leak
Check the compressor for oil leakage. If there is an oil leak, call
your local dealer.
9
Stop valves
Open the liquid line, discharge and suction stop valves (if
provided) completely.
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OPERATION
Connection of a remote digital controller to the unit
The EWAQ units are equipped with a digital controller (located
behind the service panel) offering a user-friendly way to set up, use
and maintain the unit.
This part of the manual has a task-oriented, modular structure. Apart
from the first section, which gives a brief description of the controller
itself, each section or subsection deals with a specific task you can
perform with the unit.
For a remote digital controller a cable length of up to 500 metres
between the remote digital controller and the unit is allowed. This
gives the opportunity to control the unit from a considerable distance.
Refer to "Cable for remote digital controller" in the installation manual
for cable specifications.
These restrictions are the same for units in a DICN configuration.
When a remote digital controller is connected to a
stand-alone unit, the address of the remote digital
controller has to be set to SUB by means of the DIPswitches on the back of the remote digital controller.
Refer to the installation manual "Setting the addresses
on the remote digital controller" for setting the address.
NOTE
Depending on the unit there are one or two cooling circuits in the
system. The units EWAQ130~260 exist out of two circuits, whereas
the units EWAQ080+100 only have one circuit. These circuits are
generally named C1 and C2 in the following descriptions. So all
information about circuit 2 (C2) is not applicable for EWAQ080+100
units.
Working with the unit
Digital controller
This chapter deals with the everyday usage of the unit. Here, you will
find how to perform routine tasks, such as:
User interface
The digital controller consists of an alphanumeric display, labelled
keys which you can press and a number of LEDs.
■
Digital controller and digital remote controller (EKRUPG)
■
"Setting the language" on page 8
■
"Switching the unit on" on page 8
■
"Consulting actual operational information" on page 9
■
"Adjusting the temperature setpoint" on page 10
■
"Resetting the unit" on page 10
Setting the language
If desired, the operating language can be changed to any of the
following languages: English, German, French, Spanish or Italian.
1
Enter the Å usersettings menu. Refer to chapter "How to enter
a menu" on page 8.
2
Go to the Language submenu of the Å usersettings menu using
the fi and Ì keys and press the ‡ key to enter.
3
Press ‡ to change the operating language until the desired
language is active.
Figure - Digital (remote) controller
œ
key, to start up or to shut down the unit.
π
key, to enter the safeties menu or to reset an alarm.
ƒ
key, to enter the main menu
fi
Ì
keys, to scroll up or down through the screens of a menu
(only in case ^, v or ÷ appears) or to raise, respectively
lower a setting.
‡
key, to confirm a selection or a setting.
NOTE
The controller is factory set to English.
Switching the unit on
1
Temperature readout tolerance: ±1°C.
Legibility of the alphanumeric display may decrease in
direct sunlight.
NOTE
How to enter a menu
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Readout menu
Setpoints menu
Usersettings menu
Timers menu
History menu
Info menu
I/O status menu
Login/logout menu
Network menu
Cool/heat menu
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=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
Not
selected
Selected
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Ò
Â
µ
®
†
Ú
æ
∂
Ï
ª
∑
Å
Ó
‚
™
Ÿ
Æ
∆
Í
■
Access to the setpoints menu (∑) and the usersettings menu
(Å) is protected by a password, refer to "Changing the user
password" on page 19.
■
The cool/heat menu is not available for EWAQ units.
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If the password protection is set to ON, the correct
password has to be given before any further
action is possible.
Depending on whether or not a remote ON/OFF switch has
been configured (refer to the installation manual), the following
conditions may occur.
When no remote ON/OFF switch is configured, the LED inside
the œ key lights up and an initialization cycle is started. Once all
the timers have reached zero, the unit starts up.
When a remote ON/OFF switch is configured, the following table
applies:
Scroll through the main menu using the fi and Ì keys to go to the
menu of your choice. Push the ‡ key to enter the selected menu.
Menu
Press the œ key on the controller.
2
Local key
Remote
ON/OFF switch
Unit
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
Flashing
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
œ LED
If the water chiller does not start after a few minutes, refer to
"Troubleshooting" on page 19.
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8
Switching the unit off
2
Press the Ì key to enter the next screen of the readout menu.
•
If a remote on/off switch is configured:
Press the œ key on the controller or switch the unit off using the
remote on/off switch.
The LED inside the œ key goes out in the first case and starts
blinking in the second case.
•
•
•
NOTE
Also consult "Customization in the service menu"
chapter "Setting of the changeable inputs and outputs"
in the installation manual.
NOTE
When a remote ON/OFF switch is configured, the
remote ON/OFF contact for all units with status
NORMAL or STANDBY of a DICN network is the contact
connected to the master unit.
4
Press the Ì key to enter the next screen of the readout menu.
The C1/C2 TEMP. READOUT screen of the readout menu
provides information concerning the refrigerant temperature
(REFR) of circuit 1/circuit 2.
5
Press the Ì key to enter the next screen of the readout menu.
The ACT. PRESSURES screen of the readout menu provides
information concerning the actual pressures of circuit.
For units with status DISCONNECT ON/OFF, the
remote contact is the contact connected to this unit.
It is recommended not to select the master unit for this
purpose. Even if the status of the master is set to
DISCONNECT ON/OFF, it will still be the contact
connected to the master which will switch ON/OFF the
other units in NORMAL or STANDBY mode. It would
therefore never be possible to only switch the master
unit OFF remotely.
Switching OFF the master unit only, should in this case
be done by the local ON/OFF key on the master unit.
Consulting actual operational information
1
■ HP1/2: high pressure of the refrigerant in circuit 1/2. The first
number stands for the pressure in bar, the second number
stands for the bubble point saturation temperature in degrees
Celsius.
If the user wants 1 unit to operate on his command
only, this unit is to be set to DISCONNECT ON/OFF.
NOTE
Enter the readout menu. Refer to the chapter "How to enter a
menu" on page 8.
The controller automatically shows the first screen of the
readout menu which provides the following information:
For a DICN system, the INLET WATER and OUTLET
WATER values are the values of the individual units,
not of the system. Temperatures of the system can be
consulted in the first screen of the network menu.
Press the Ì key to enter the next screen of the readout menu.
The TEMPERATURE screen of the readout menu provides
information concerning the discharge temperature of the
compressors (C11 and C12/C21 and C22).
If the œ key is pressed on a unit with status NORMAL or STANDBY, all
other units with status NORMAL or STANDBY will be ON or OFF.
NOTE
INL WATER: actual inlet water temperature.
OUTL WATER: actual outlet water temperature.
AMBIENT: actual ambient temperature.
3
Switching units ON/OFF in a DICN system
If the œ key is pressed on a unit with status DISCONNECT ON/OFF,
only this unit will be ON or OFF.
MANUAL MODE or COOL INLSP1/2 or COOL OUTLSP1/2:
manual/automatic control mode operation. If the automatic
control mode is selected, the controller will indicate the active
temperature setpoint. Depending on the status of the remote
contact, setpoint one or setpoint two is active.
If no remote on/off switch is configured:
Press the œ key on the controller.
The LED inside the œ key goes out.
■ LP1/2: low pressure of the refrigerant in circuit 1/2. The first
number stands for the pressure in bar, the second number
stands for the dew point saturation temperature in degrees
Celsius.
■ LOWNOISE: at the bottom of the first screen, the status of the
lownoise setting is shown (Y=active or N=not active).
6
Press the Ì key to enter the next screen of the readout menu.
The UNIT STATUS screen of the readout menu provides
information concerning the status of the different circuits.
• C11 and C12: actual status of circuit 1 (ON or OFF).
• C21 and C22: actual status of circuit 2 (ON or OFF).
When the unit is on and a circuit is OFF, the following status
information may appear.
• SAFETY ACT.: one of the circuit safety devices is activated
(refer to "Troubleshooting" on page 19).
•
FREEZEUP DIS: the compressor is disabled by the freeze-up
•
FREEZEUP PR: freeze-up prevention is active.
HP SETBACK: high pressure setback is active.
MIN.RUN.TIM: minimum running time of the compressor is
disable function.
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∞21 ∞22 ≠H
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012$0¢
•
•
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cooling mode
pump on
•
in case of dual pump control: pump 1/2 on
•
•
…
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∞11/12
∞21/22
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•
13$6¢
•
12$0¢
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
active.
heating mode
•
fan (H high or L low)
•
stand by mode because there is sufficient current capacity to
maintain set point.
low noise mode activated (only available when option
OPIF is installed)
UNIT OFF: the unit is switched off.
AREC INLET: the compressor will not start up when the inlet
water temperature has not risen enough compared to previous
switch off of the compressor.
circuit 1 compressor 1/2 on
circuit 2 compressor 1/2 on
LIMIT: the compressor is limited by the limitation function.
STANDBY DICN: when in a DICN configuration, the unit is in
•
FREE COOLING: free cooling mode is active
TIMER BUSY: the actual value of one of the compressor timers
alarm and last occured malfunction code (0U4 in
example)
•
actual temperature (inlet or outlet temperature
depending on active mode)
•
PUMPLEAD TIM: the compressor will wait to start up for as long
temperature setpoint (inlet or outlet temperature
depending on active mode)
•
NO FLOW: there is no flow after pumplead, the unit is in stand-by
•
NO PRIORITY: This compressor will not start up because it has
is not zero (refer to "Timers menu Ó" on page 12).
as the pump lead timer is counting down.
mode.
no priority. Refer to "Defining the lead-lag settings" on page 15 for
adjusting the priority.
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4PW35556-1C
STARTUP: the circuit is ready to start up when extra
cooling load is needed.
When none of the above mentioned messages appears, no
special functions are active and the compressor is running.
4
The preceding messages are written down in order of priority.
The UNIT CAPACITY is written down on the bottom of the first
screen.
5
•
CAN
•
7
Press ‡ to save the adjusted temperature setpoint.
When the setting has been confirmed, the cursor switches to the
next setpoint.
To adjust other setpoints, repeat from step 2.
NOTE
When a setpoint on a unit in a DICN system is set, this
setpoint will be transferred to all other units.
NOTE
Also consult "Defining the floating setpoint settings" on
page 15.
Press the Ì key to enter the next screen of the readout menu.
The EXTRA READOUT screens of the readout menu are
providing the following information:
• CURRENT: actual current, measured in Ampere (A) (only when
OP57 is installed)
•
VOLTAGE: actual voltage (V) (only when OP57 is installed)
RH11/12/21/22: actual running hours (h)
CS11/12/21/22: number of compressor start-ups
RHP1/2: actual running hours (h) of the pump 1 or 2
•
•
•
8
Press the fi key to return to the other readout menus.
Adjusting the temperature setpoint
The unit provides definition and selection of four independent
temperature setpoints. Two setpoints are reserved for inlet control,
the other two are reserved for outlet control.
■
COOL. INLSP1: inlet water temperature, setpoint 1,
■
COOL. INLSP2: inlet water temperature, setpoint 2.
■
COOL. OUTSP1: outlet water temperature, setpoint 1,
■
COOL. OUTSP2: outlet water temperature, setpoint 2.
The selection between setpoint 1 and 2 is done by a remote dual
setpoint switch (to be installed by the customer). The actual active
setpoint can be consulted in the readout menu.
NOTE
The customer is also allowed to define a setpoint in
function of an analogue input.
NOTE
Refer to "Customization in the service menu" chapter
"Setting of the changeable inputs and outputs" in the
installation manual
Resetting the unit
The units are equipped with three kinds of safety devices: unit
safeties, circuit safeties and network safeties.
When a unit or circuit safety occurs, the compressor is shut down.
The safeties menu will indicate which safety is activated. The UNIT
STATUS screen of the readout menu will indicate OFF - SAFETY
ACTIVE. The red LED inside the π key lights up and the buzzer
inside the controller is activated.
When a network safety occurs in a DICN configuration, the slaves not
detected by the network will function as stand alone units.
■
If a slave unit can not be found by the network, the red light
inside the π key of the master lights up and the buzzer inside
the control is activated.
■
If the master can not be found by the network, the red light
inside the π key of all the slaves light up and the buzzer inside
their controls are activated. All units will work as stand alone
units.
If the unit has been shut down due to a power failure, it will carry out
an autoreset and restart automatically when the electrical power is
restored.
To reset the unit, proceed as follows:
If the manual control mode is selected (refer to "Usersettings menu
Å" on page 11), none of the above-mentioned setpoints will be
active.
1
Press the π key to acknowledge the alarm.
The buzzer is deactivated.
The controller automatically switches to the corresponding
screen of the safeties menu: unit safety or circuit safety or
network safety.
2
Find the cause of shutdown and correct.
To adjust a setpoint, proceed as follows:
1
2
Enter the setpoints menu. Refer to the chapter "How to enter a
menu" on page 8.
If the user password is disabled for setpoint modifications (refer
to "Usersettings menu Å" on page 11), the controller will
immediately enter the setpoints menu.
If the user password is enabled for setpoint modifications, enter
the correct code using the fi and Ì keys (refer to "User
password menu Æ" on page 14). Press ‡ to confirm the
password and to enter the setpoints menu.
3
Press the π key to reset the safeties that are no longer active.
If required, enter the USER PASSWORD or the SERVICE
PASSWORD. (Refer to the installation manual "Setting the
password for safety reset".)
Once all safety devices are deactivated and reset, the LED
under the π key goes out. If one of the safeties is still active, the
LED under the π key goes on again. In this case, return to
step 2.
Select the setpoint to be adjusted using the ‡ key.
A setpoint is selected when the cursor is blinking behind the
setpoint's name.
The ">" sign indicates the actual active temperature setpoint.
3
Refer to "Listing activated safeties and checking the unit status"
on page 17 and "Troubleshooting" on page 19.
When a safety can be reset, the LED under the π key starts
blinking.
4
It will only be necessary to switch the œ key on again if a unit
safety occurs.
Press the fi and Ì keys to adjust the temperature setting.
If the user shuts down the power supply in order to repair a
safety, the safety will automatically be reset after power-up.
The default, limit and step values for the cooling temperature
setpoints are:
COOLING INLET SETP
COOLING OUTLET SETP
12¢
7 ➞ 23¢
0$1¢
7¢
4 ➞ 20¢
0$1¢
default value
limit values(*)
step value
NOTE
The history information, i.e. the number of times a unit
safety or a circuit safety occurred and the unit status at
the moment of shutdown, can be checked by means of
the history menu.
(*) For glycol treated units with OPZH installed, the lower limit of the cooling
temperature setpoint can be adapted by changing the minimum operating
temperature in the service menu (refer to the installation manual).
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Operation manual
10
Advanced features of the digital controller
This chapter gives an overview and a brief functional description of
the screens provided by the different menus. In the following chapter,
you will find how you can set up and configure the unit using the
various menu functions.
All menus are directly accessible using the corresponding key on the
digital controller or through the main menu (refer to "How to enter a
menu" on page 8). The down arrow v on the display indicates that
you can go to the next screen of the current menu using the Ì key.
The up arrow ^ on the display indicates that you can go to the
previous screen of the current menu using the fi key. If ÷ is
displayed, this indicates that you can either return to the previous
screen or can go to the next screen.
_÷
EXTRA READOUT
C12RH:00000hCS:00000
To consult actual operational information about the total running hours and
the number of compressor stops of
circuit 1 (second screen).
_÷
EXTRA READOUT
C21RH:00000hCS:00000
To consult actual operational information about the total running hours and
the number of compressor stops of
circuit 2 (first screen) (only for
EWAQ130~260).
_÷
EXTRA READOUT
C22RH:00000hCS:00000
To consult actual operational information about the total running hours and
the number of compressor stops of
circuit 2 (second screen) (only for
EWAQ130~260).
Readout menu ª
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∞11 ∞12 ≠H
∞21 ∞22 ≠H
013$6¢
012$0¢
_÷COOL. INLSP1:012$0¢
INLET WATER:013$6¢
OUTLET WATER:007$0¢
AMBIENT:006$5¢
To consult actual operational information about the control mode, the inlet
and outlet water temperature.
Note that for a DICN system, the
INLET WATER and OUTLET WATER
values are the values of the individual
units, not of the system. Temperatures
of the system can be consulted in the
first screen of the network menu.
_÷
C1 TEMP.READOUT
C11 DISCHARGE:010$1¢
C12 DISCHARGE:010$5¢
To consult information about
discharge temperature of circuit 1.
_÷
C2 TEMP.READOUT
C21 DISCHARGE:010$1¢
C22 DISCHARGE:010$5¢
To consult information about the
discharge temperature of circuit 2 (only
for EWAQ130~260).
_÷
To consult
temperature
circuit 1.
_÷
C1 TEMP.READOUT
C1 REFR:000$0¢
C2 TEMP.READOUT
C2 REFR:000$0¢
information about the
of the refrigerant of
Depending upon the settings in the "advanced" usersettings menu,
the "setpoints" menu can either be entered directly or by means of
the user password.
> COOL.
COOL.
COOL.
COOL.
_÷ C2 ACT. PRESSURES
HP2:019$0b = 050$8¢
LP2:000$4b = -05$2¢
FAN2:OFF
To consult information about the actual
pressures and the fans of circuit 2 (only
for EWAQ130~260).
_÷
UNIT STATUS
C11:OFF SAFETY ACT.
C12:OFF SAFETY ACT.
UNIT CAPACITY:000%
To consult information about the unit
status of circuit 1 and the capacity of
the unit.
_÷
C21:OFF
C22:OFF
UNIT STATUS
SAFETY ACT.
SAFETY ACT.
To consult information about the unit
status
of
circuit 2
(only
for
EWAQ130~260).
_÷
EXTRA READOUT
CURRENT:055A
VOLTAGE:023V
To consult actual operational information about the current (Ampere) and
voltage of the unit.
_÷
EXTRA READOUT
C11RH:00000hCS:00000
To consult actual operational information about the total running hours and
the number of compressor stops of
circuit 1 (first screen) and total running
hours of the pumps.
INLSP1:012$0¢
INLSP2:012$0¢
OUTSP1:007$0¢
OUTSP2:007$0¢
To define the temperature setpoints.
Usersettings menu Å
The "usersettings" menu, protected by the user password, allows a
full customization of the units.
USERSETTINGS MENU
>THERMOSTAT
COMPRESSOR
FAN
PUMP
FLOATING SETPOINT
LANGUAGE
TIME AND DATE
FREE COOLING
DICN
ADVANCED
DEFROST
SERVICE MENU
Use the fi and Ì keys to scroll
through the menu and press the ‡ key
to enter the submenu of your choice.
THERMOSTAT
To consult information about the
temperature of the refrigerant of
circuit 2 (only for EWAQ130~260).
To consult information about the actual
pressures and the fans of circuit 1 and
to check if the fans are running in
lownoise mode.
Operation manual
Setpoints menu ∑
the
_÷ C1 ACT. PRESSURES
HP1:019$0b = 050$8¢
LP1:000$4b = -05$2¢
FAN1:OFF
RHP1:00001hP2:00000h
11
To consult actual operational information about the status of the pump, the
compressor and the fans and the
temperature setpoint (depending on
active mode).
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THERMOSTAT
MODE:INL WATER
LOADUP:300s-DWN:030s
To define the thermostat settings.
_^
MANUAL SETTINGS
C11:OFF C12:OFF
C21:OFF C22:OFF
F1*:OFF F2*:OFF
To define the settings for manual
control.
COMPRESSOR
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COMPR.LEAD-LAG
MODE:PRIORITY
PRIORITY:
C11>C12>C21>C22
To define the compressor lead-lag
settings.
_^
COMPR.CAP.LIMIT
MODE:LIMIT SETTING
SET: C11:OFF C12:OFF
C21:OFF C22:OFF
To define the compressor capacity
limitation settings.
_
FAN FORCED ON
IF UNIT IS OFF THEN
ALL FANS:OFF
To define the action on all the fans in
case the unit is off.
FAN
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PUMP
Timers menu Ó
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PUMPCONTROL
PUMPLEADTIME
:020s
PUMPLAGTIME
:060s
DAILY ON:N AT:12h00
To define the pump control settings.
_^
DUAL PUMP
MODE:AUTO ROTATION
OFFSET ON RH
:048h
To define the dual pump settings.
FLOATING SETPOINT
_ FLOATING SETPOINT
MODE:AMBIENT
MAXPOS:03$0¢ NEG:00$0¢
RF:020$0¢ SLOPE:006$0¢
To define the floating setpoint.
LANGUAGE
_
LANGUAGE
PRESS ENTER TO
CHANGE LANGUAGE:
ENGLISH
To check the actual value of the general
software timer.
_÷ COMPRESSOR TIMERS
GRD11:000s 12:000s
AREC11:000s 12:000s
M.RT11:000s 12:000s
To check the actual value of the
compressor timers of circuit 1.
_^ COMPRESSOR TIMERS
GRD21:000s 22:000s
AREC21:000s 22:000s
M.RT21:000s 22:000s
To check the actual value of the
compressor timers of circuit 2 (only for
EWAQ130~260).
Safety menu π
To define
language.
the
controller
display
TIME AND DATE
_
TIME AND DATE
TIME: 22h35
DATE FORMAT:DD/MM/YY
DATE: MON
20/03/06
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GENERAL TIMERS
LOADUP:000s-DWN:000s
PUMPLEAD
:000s
FLOWSTOP
:00s
The "safeties" menu provides useful information for trouble shooting
purposes. The following screens contain basic information.
_v
UNIT SAFETY
0F0:EMERGENCY STOP
To consult information about the unit
safety which caused the shutdown.
_v
CIRCUIT1 SAFETY
1U1:REV PHASE PROT
To consult information about
circuit 1 safety which caused
shutdown.
_v
CIRCUIT2 SAFETY
1U1:REV PHASE PROT
To consult information about the
circuit 2 safety which caused the
shutdown (only for EWAQ130~260).
_v
NETWORK SAFETY
0U4:PCB COMM.PROBLEM
To consult information about
network safety which caused
shutdown.
_v UNIT WARNING
0AE:FLOW HAS STOPPED
To consult information about the unit
warning which caused the shutdown.
To set the time and date of the system.
FREE COOLING
_
FREE COOLING
MODE:AMBIENT
SP: 05$0¢ DIF:01$0¢
PUMP:ON LEAD:000s
To define the free cooling.
_÷
MASTER SETTINGS
MODE:NORMAL
OFFSET:0000h
PUMP ON IF:UNIT ON
The controller displays the name of the
unit: MASTER, SLAVE1 ... SLAVE3.
This name is automatically assigned
depending on the set hardware
address. Refer to "Setting the
addresses" in "Connection and setup of
a DICN system" in the installation
manual.
DICN
ADVANCED
the
the
the
the
Along with the basic information, more detailed information screens
can be consulted while the history menu is active. Press the ‡ key.
Screens similar to the following will appear. Additionally the number
of safeties that already occurred, can be consulted on the first line of
the history screens.
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ADVANCED
PASSWORD NEEDED FOR:
SETPOINT MENU:Y
UNIT ON/OFF:Y
To define whether or not a password is
needed to enter the setpoints menu and
for switching the unit on and off.
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ADVANCED
MAIN MENU:GRAPHIC
LOGOUT TIMER :05min
BUZZER IF SAFETY:YES
To define the outlook of the main menu,
to set the logout timer and to define
whether or not the buzzer is to be
activated when errors occur.
_÷ UNIT HISTORY:002
0CA:OUT SENSOR ERR
22h33m00s
23/03/06
COOL INLSP1:012$0¢
To check the time at the moment of the
unit shutdown and to check which was
the evaporator inlet water temperature
setpoint.
_^
ADVANCED
BACKLIGHT TIME:05min
GRAPHIC READOUT:YES
To define the backlight time and to
define whether or not graphic readout is
activated.
_÷
UNIT HISTORY:002
INLET WATER:012$0¢
OUTLET WATER:007$0¢
AMBIENT:006$5¢
To check which were the evaporator
inlet, outlet water and ambient temperature at the moment of shutdown.
_÷ UNIT HISTORY:002
C11 DISCHARGE:010$1¢
C12 DISCHARGE:010$5¢
To check which was the discharge
temperature of the circuits of circuit 1 at
the moment of shutdown.
_÷ UNIT HISTORY:002
C21 DISCHARGE:010$1¢
C22 DISCHARGE:010$5¢
To check which was the discharge
temperature of the circuits of circuit 2 at
the moment of shutdown (only for
EWAQ130~260).
_÷
UNIT HISTORY:002
C1 REFR:000$0¢
To check which was the temperature of
the refrigerant of circuit 1 at the moment
of shutdown.
_÷
UNIT HISTORY:002
C2 REFR:000$0¢
To check which was the temperature of
the refrigerant of circuit 2 at the moment
of shutdown (only for EWAQ130~260).
_÷ UNIT HISTORY:002
HP1:019$0b = 050$0¢
LP1:019$0b = -05$2¢
LOWNOISE:N FAN1:OFF
To check which were the pressures of
circuit 1 and the status of the fans at the
moment of shutdown.
DEFROST
This submenu is not available for EWAQ units.
SERVICE MENU
ENTER SERVICE
PASSWORD: 0000
TO LOGIN
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To enter the service menu (only a
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this menu).
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_÷ UNIT HISTORY:002
HP2:019$0b = 050$0¢
LP2:019$0b = -05$2¢
FAN2:OFF
To check which were the pressures of of
circuit 2 and the status of the fans at the
moment of shutdown (only for
EWAQ130~260).
_÷ UNIT HISTORY:002
C11:OFF SAFETY ACT.
C12:OFF SAFETY ACT.
UNITCAPACITY:000%
To check which was the status of the
compressors and the unit capacity of
circuit 1 at the moment of shutdown.
_÷ UNIT HISTORY:002
C21:OFF SAFETY ACT.
C22:OFF SAFETY ACT.
To check which was the status of the
compressors and the unit capacity of
circuit 2 at the moment of shutdown
(only for EWAQ130~260).
_÷ UNIT HISTORY:002
CURRENT:055A
VOLTAGE:023V
To check which was the current
(Ampere) and voltage of the unit at the
moment of shutdown.
_÷ UNIT HISTORY:002
C11RH:00000hCS:00000
To check which were the total amount of
running hours of the compressor and
number of compressor stops of circuit 1
and of the pumps at the moment of
shutdown (first screen).
RHP1:00000hP2:00000h
Info menu ™
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TIME INFO
TIME: 22h05
DATE: WED 24/01/07
To consult time and date information.
_÷
UNIT INFO
UNIT:AW-CO-260 C:SCL
CIR:2 EVAP:1 COILC:2
EEV:P REF:R410A
To consult additional information about
the unit such as the unit type, number of
circuits and evaporators and the
refrigerant used.
_÷
UNIT INFO
FAN:ST VA:Y 2PUMP:Y
HEATERTAPE:Y
FAN DO ST:2 DO INV:2
To consult additional information about
the unit such as the fan type, Volt
Ampere option, if there is a second
pump or heater tape present and the
quantity of digital outputs that can
possibly be used in case of non-inverter
fans (ST) or inverter fans (INV).
_^
SW INFO
MAIN:SP1710_055 V2.0
EXT :SP1559_017
REM.:SP1734_011
To consult information about
controller's software version.
the
Input/output status menu Ÿ
_÷ UNIT HISTORY:002
C12RH:00000hCS:00000
_÷ UNIT HISTORY:002
C21RH:00000hCS:00000
To check which were the total amount of
running hours of the compressor and
number of compressor stops of circuit 1
at the moment of shutdown (second
screen).
To check which were the total amount of
running hours of the compressor and
number of compressor stops of circuit 2
at the moment of shutdown (first
screen) (only for EWAQ130~260).
_÷ UNIT HISTORY:002
C22RH:00000hCS:00000
To check which were the total amount of
running hours of the compressor and
number of compressor stops of circuit 2
at the moment of shutdown (second
screen) (only for EWAQ130~260).
_÷ UNIT HISTORY:002
AI1 NONE
AI2 NONE
To check the changeable analogue
input status at the moment of shutdown
(first screen).
_÷ UNIT HISTORY:002
AI3 NONE
AI4 NONE
To check the changeable analogue
input status at the moment of shutdown
(second screen).
History menu ‚
The "history" menu contains all the information concerning the latest
shutdowns. The structure of those menus is identical to the structure
of the safeties menu. Whenever a failure is solved and the operator
performs a reset, the concerning data from the safeties menu is
copied into the history menu.
Additionally, the number of safeties that has already occurred, can be
consulted on the first line of the history screens.
Operation manual
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The "input/output status" menu gives the status of all the digital
inputs and outputs and the changeable digital inputs of the unit.
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DIGITAL INPUTS
EMERGENCY STOP :OK
FLOWSWITCH:FLOW OK
To check whether or not the emergency
stop device is active and if there is any
water flow to the evaporator.
_÷
DIG.INP/OUTPUTS
HEATER TAPE:OFF
PUMPINTERLOCK:CLOSED
PUMP:ON
To check the status of the heater tape
and the state of the pump interlock and
pump.
_÷
DIGITAL INPUTS
C1 REV.PH.PROT. :OK
C1 HIGH PR.SW. :OK
INT.L C11:OK C12:OK
To check the status of the high pressure
switch, the reverse phase protector and
the overcurrent relay of circuit 1.
_÷
DIGITAL INPUTS
C1 FAN OVERC.ST1:OK
C1 FAN OVERC.ST2:OK
C1 FAN OVERC.ST3:OK
To check the fan overcurrent status of
circuit 1.
_÷
DIGITAL INPUTS
C2 REV.PH.PROT. :OK
C2 HIGH PR.SW. :OK
INT.L C21:OK C22:OK
To check the status of the high pressure
switch, the reverse phase protector and
the overcurrent relay of circuit 2 (only
for EWAQ130~260).
_÷
DIGITAL INPUTS
C2 FAN OVERC.ST1:OK
C2 FAN OVERC.ST2:OK
C2 FAN OVERC.ST3:OK
To check the fan overcurrent status of
circuit 2 (only for EWAQ130~260).
_÷
DIGITAL INPUTS
C11:ON C12:ON
C21:ON C22:ON
To check the status of the compressors
11/12/21/22.
_÷
FAN INP/OUTPUTS
C1 FANSTEP 1:CLOSED
C1 FANSTEP 2:CLOSED
C1 FANSTEP 3:CLOSED
To check the status of the fanspeed
relays of circuit 1.
_÷
FAN INP/OUTPUTS
C2 FANSTEP 1:CLOSED
C2 FANSTEP 2:CLOSED
C2 FANSTEP 3:CLOSED
To check the status of the fanspeed
relays
of
circuit 2
(only
for
EWAQ130~260).
_÷CHANG. DIG. INPUTS
DI1 NONE
DI2 NONE
DI3 NONE
To check the status of the changeable
digital inputs. (first screen)
Note that for a unit in a DICN system,
the inputs apply to this unit.
It will be the remote input on the master
unit however, that will be determining
for the operation of the unit.
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_÷CHANG. DIG. INPUTS
DI4 NONE
DO1 SAFETY+W.(NO) :O
DO2 GEN.OPERATION :O
To check the status of the changeable
digital inputs and outputs (second
screen).
_÷CHANG.
DO3 NONE
DO4 NONE
DO5 NONE
INP/OUTPUTS
(OPEN)
(OPEN)
(OPEN)
To check the status of the changeable
digital outputs (third screen).
_÷CHANG. INP/OUTPUTS
DO6 NONE (OPEN)
AI1 NONE
AI2 NONE
To check the status of the changeable
digital outputs and analogue inputs
(fourth screen).
_÷CHANG. INP/OUTPUTS
AI3 NONE
AI4 NONE
AO1 NONE
To check the status of the changeable
analogue inputs and outputs (fifth
screen)
_^
To overview which communication lines
are active.
COMMUNICATION
RS232 ONLINE:N
RS485 ONLINE:N
DIII ONLINE:N
User password menu Æ
ENTER PASSWORD
To change the user password.
Tasks of the usersettings menu
Entering the usersettings menu
The usersettings menu is protected by the user password, a 4-digit
number between 0000 and 9999.
1
Enter the Å USERSETTINGS MENU. (Refer to the chapter
"How to enter a menu" on page 8).
The controller will request the password.
2
Enter the correct password using the fi and Ì keys and press
‡ for each digit.
3
Press ‡ on the last digit to confirm the password and to enter
the usersettings menu.
The controller automatically shows the submenu screen.
To define settings of a certain function:
1
Go to the appropriate submenu of the usersettings menu using
the fi and Ì keys.
2
Press the ‡ key to enter the submenu of your choice.
3
Go to the appropriate screen using the fi and Ì keys. If there
is only one screen, the fi and Ì keys have no effect.
4
Press the ‡ key to move the cursor to the first parameter which
can now be modified.
5
Select the appropriate setting using the fi and Ì keys.
6
Press ‡ to confirm the selection.
PASSWORD: 0000
TO LOGIN
_v LOGIN/LOGOUT MENU
LOGIN STATUS:USER
To define the user login and logout
status.
LOGOUT? NO
_^ LOGIN/LOGOUT MENU
CHANGE PASSWORD
NEW PASSWORD: 0000
CONFIRM: 0000
To change the login/logout password.
Network menu ∆
The "network" menu (only available in case DICN is installed)
provides useful information regarding the network.
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NETWORK
COOL. INLSP1:012$0¢
INLET WATER:013$6¢
OUTLET WATER:007$0¢
To consult the temperature setpoint, the
common entering water temperature
(entering water temperature of the
master unit).
_^M:NORMAL
SL1:NORMAL
SL2:NORMAL
SL3:NORMAL
The status screen of the network menu
shows the condition of the master unit
(M) and slave units (SL1 ... SL3).
CAP:000%
CAP:000%
CAP:000%
CAP:000%
Cool/heat menu Í
This menu is not available for EWAQ units.
When the selection has been confirmed, the cursor switches to
the next parameter which can now be modified.
7
Repeat instruction 6 to modify the other parameters.
8
After the last parameter the cursor is switched back to the
starting position and continue from instruction 3 onwards.
9
Press the ƒ key to return to the usersettings menu and
continue from instruction 1 onwards.
Submenu: Thermostat
Defining the thermostat settings
When inlet or outlet control mode is selected, the unit uses a
thermostat function to control the cooling capacity. However, the
thermostat parameters are not fixed and can be modified.
The default, limit and step values for the thermostat parameters are
shown in "Annex I" on page 25.
NOTE
■
If changed on one of the units in a DICN
configuration, this setting is transferred to all other
units in the network.
■
A functional diagram showing the thermostat
parameters can be found in "Annex I" on page 25.
Defining and activating the control mode
The unit is equipped with a thermostat which controls the cooling
capacity of the unit. Select the appropriate mode:
■
MANUAL CONTROL:manual control mode: the operator controls
the capacity himself by setting:
• C11/12/21/22 (capacity step in manual mode): OFF or ON of
compressors 11/12/21/22.
•
F1*, F2* (air flow in manual mode): off, low, medium or high of
circuit 1/2.
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■
INL WATER: inlet control mode: uses the entering water
temperature to control the capacity of the unit.
■
OUTL WATER: outlet control mode: uses the leaving water
temperature to control the capacity of the unit.
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Submenu: Pump
NOTE
To activate manual control mode, select MANUAL
CONTROL as present mode. To deactivate the manual
control mode, select an other mode as present mode.
Defining the pump control settings
For units in a DICN configuration:
The PUMPCONTROL screen of the usersettings menu allows the user
to define the pump-leadtime and pump-lagtime.
When changing the control mode on one of the units, it
is automatically transferred to all other units.
■
PUMPLEADTIME: used to define the time that the pump must
run before the unit (or the compressor in case PUMP ON IF:
COMPR ON is selected in a DICN configuration) can start up.
■
PUMPLAGTIME: used to define the time that the pump keeps
running after the unit (or the compressor in case PUMP ON IF:
COMPR ON is selected in a DICN configuration) has been
stopped.
■
DAILY ON: select either Y (yes) or N (no). When Y is selected,
define the starting time (24 hour time scale).
This means that during that time, the pump will run for about
5 seconds, even when the unit is switched off.
Manual control mode however can only be selected on
units with status DISCONNECT ON/OFF.
The OUTLET mode is not available for DICN systems.
NOTE
Submenu: Compressor
Defining the lead-lag settings
In the COMPR.LEAD-LAG screen select the appropriate mode and
define the compressor lead-lag settings.
Defining dual pump control
■
The DUAL PUMP screen of the usersettings menu allows the user to
define the steering of two pumps (for this to be possible a changeable
digital output has to be configured for a second pump in the service
menu). Refer to the installation manual.
MODE
AUTO: the priority is depending on the running hours of the
•
separate compressors.
•
PRIORITY: C11>C12>C21>C22 the setting in this example
C11 has the highest priority to startup while C22 has the lowest
priority.
■
Defining the capacity limitation settings
offset on RH.
In the COMPR.CAP.LIMIT screen up to 4 possible capacity
limitation settings can be configured.
A capacity limitation can be activated:
■
MODE:
• NOT ACTIVE: the capacity limitation is not active.
• CHANG.DIG.INP.: when a changeable input is configured as
capacity limitation.
NOTE
Refer to "Customization in the service menu",
chapter "Setting of the changeable digital
inputs and outputs" in the installation manual.
•
■
LIMIT 25%/50%/75%/SET: to activate capacity limitation.
in case of CHANG.DIG.INP. or LIMIT SET mode, each
compressor must be defined (C11/12/21/ 22).
■ OFF: These compressors will always be switched off
■ ON: These compressors will still be used by the thermostat
according to the required load.
Submenu: Fan
MODE: used to define which kind of control will be used for the
two pumps. When automatic rotation is chosen the offset on
running hours also has to be entered.
• AUTO ROTATION: pump 1 and pump 2 will alternate to the
•
•
■
OFFSET ON RH: used to define the offset in running hours
between the two pumps. Used to switch over between pumps
when they work in automatic rotation mode.
Submenu: Floating setpoint
Defining the floating setpoint settings
Setpoint signal is renamed as "floating setpoint based on changeable
analogue input".
The FLOATING SETPOINT screen of the usersettings menu allows
the active setpoint to be modified in function of the ambient
temperature. The source and settings of the floating setpoint can be
configured by the user.
■
MODE: used to define the mode of the floating setpoint.
• NOT ACTIVE: floating setpoint is not activated.
• AMBIENT: floating setpoint is based on the ambient temperature
and altered accordingly.
Settings: MAXPOS, NEG, RF or SLOPE.
Defining the fan low noise settings
The FAN LOW NOISE screen is only available when the option
inverter fans is installed (OPIF). Refer to the manual delivered with
the option.
•
CH. AI SLOPE NTC: floating setpoint is based on the
changeable analogue input (NTC type) and altered accordingly.
Settings: MAXPOS, NEG, RF or SLOPE.
•
CH. AI SLOPE V-A: floating setpoint is based on the
changeable analogue input (V-A type) and altered accordingly.
Settings: MAXPOS, NEG, RF or SLOPE.
•
CH.AI MAX VALUE: floating setpoint is based on the
changeable analogue input (V-A type) and altered accordingly.
Setting: MAXIMUM VALUE.
Fan forced on settings
Allow to run the fans even when the unit is switched off.
■
OFF: the fans will not be activated.
■
ON: the fans will be forced to run.
■
CH.DIG.INP.: the fans will run, depending on the settings of
the changeable digital input.
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PUMP 1>PUMP 2: pump 1 will always start up first.
PUMP 2>PUMP 1: pump 2 will always start up first.
NOTE
A functional diagram showing the floating setpoint
working can be found in "Annex II" on page 26.
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Submenu: Language
•
Defining the language
unit however, will only come into operation if:
another unit is in alarm
another unit is in DISCONNECT ON/OFF mode
the setpoint is not reached when all other units have been
running on full capacity for some time
If more than one unit is defined as STANDBY, only 1 of the units
will be really standby. The unit which is really standby will be
decided by the number of running hours.
This screen allows the user to define the language of the displayed
information of the controller (on the first screen). (Push the ‡ button
repeatedly to change the operating language).
Submenu: Time and date
Defining the time and date
•
The TIME AND DATE screen of the usersettings menu allows the
user to define the time and date.
■
TIME: used to define the present time.
■
DATE FORMAT: used to define the format of the date.
■
DATE: select the name of the present day and define the
present date according to the setting of the DATE FORMAT.
DD = number of day (01~31),
MM = number of month (01~12)
YY = the last 2 numbers of the year (2006 = 06).
STANDBY: The unit is considered as a NORMAL unit and its
function is then also similar to a unit defined as NORMAL, but this
NOTE
DISCONNECT ON/OFF: Putting this unit ON or OFF will not put
other units ON or OFF. MANUAL CONTROL on such a unit is
possible.
If the unit is put to INLET or OUTLET mode, and the unit is ON,
it will be controlled by the DICN network as a NORMAL unit.
Put a unit to DISCONNECT ON/OFF when servicing
the machine. In this case it is possible to switch ON or
OFF this unit without switching ON or OFF the other
units of the network.
It is also possible then to operate the unit in MANUAL
CONTROL.
Submenu: Free cooling
Defining free cooling
Put a unit to DISCONNECT ON/OFF continuously if
the operator wants to decide by himself when this unit
must operate.
The FREE COOLING screen of the usersettings menu allows the
user to control a 3-way water valve when the unit is in free cooling
state. To make this possible a changeable digital input or output has
to be configured for free cooling in the service menu. (Refer to the
installation manual.)
Note that in this case, it makes no sense to define
another unit of the network as STANDBY. Since there is
a unit set continuously to DISCONNECT ON/OFF, the
STANDBY unit will continuously be considered as a
NORMAL unit.
■
MODE: used to define the free cooling mode.
• NOT ACTIVE: free cooling is not active.
• CHDI: changeable digital input will activate the free cooling mode
• AMBIENT: free cooling is based on ambient temperature.
• INLET-AMBIENT: free cooling is based on the difference
■
SP: setting of the free cooling setpoint.
■
DIF: setting of the free cooling difference.
■
OFFSET: The OFFSET time defines the target difference in
running hours between one unit and another unit with
OFFSET:0000h. This value is important for maintenance
purposes. The difference in setting among different units should
be high enough as to avoid servicing of the units all at the same
time. The lower and upper limits are 0 and 9000 hours
respectively. The default value is 0 hours.
■
PUMP ON IF: Set if the pump must operate as long as the
chiller is on (UNIT ON), or during compressor on condition only
(COMPR ON).
When UNIT ON is selected, the pump output will remain closed
as long as the chiller is on. When COMPR ON is selected, the
pump output will remain closed as long as the compressor is on.
Also refer to the separate manual "Installation examples for a
DICN configuration".
between inlet water temperature and ambient temperature.
■
PUMP
■ ON: pump will be on when free cooling mode is active
■ OFF: pump will be off when free cooling mode is active
■
LEAD: time that the pump will be running before the compressor
will start operating.
NOTE
A functional diagram showing the free cooling working
can be found in "Annex III" on page 26.
NOTE
The settings on this screen of the network menu must
be executed for all chillers connected to the system.
Submenu: DICN
Submenu: Advanced
Only available in case DICN (option kit EKACPG) is installed (refer to
"Connection and setup of a DICN system" in the installation manual
and the installation manual of the EKACPG kit).
Activating or deactivating the setpoints password and the unit
on/off password
Defining the network settings
The SETTINGS screen of the network menu allows the user to set
the MODE of the unit, the OFFSET time and the condition when the
pump must operate.
■
MODE: Define the mode of the unit as NORMAL, STANDBY or
DISCONN ON/OFF.
• NORMAL: The unit is controlled by the network. Loading and
unloading is decided by the central control of the netwerk. Putting
this unit ON or OFF will also put all other units ON or OFF, unless
their status is DISCONNECT ON/OFF. (see further)
Changing CONTROL
SETTINGS or THERMOSTAT
SETTINGS to this unit, will apply to all other units. MANUAL
CONTROL on such a unit is not possible. Refer to "Defining and
activating the control mode" on page 14.
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The first ADVANCED screen of the usersettings menu allows the user
to activate or deactivate the user password needed to change the
temperature setpoint (SETPOINT MENU). When deactivated, the
user does not have to enter the password each time he wants to
change the setpoint.
The first ADVANCED screen of the usersettings menu also allows the
user to activate or deactivate the user password needed to switch the
unit ON or OFF (UNIT ON/OFF).
NOTE
If changed on one of the units in a DICN configuration,
this setting is automatically transferred to all the other
units in the network.
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Defining controller settings
To check the actual value of the software timers, proceed as follows:
1
Enter the TIMERS MENU. (Refer to the chapter "How to enter a
menu" on page 8.)
The controller displays the actual value of the GENERAL
TIMERS: the loadup timer, the loaddown timer, the flowstart
timer, the flowstop timer (when the unit is on and the flowstart
timer has reached zero), the pumplead timer and the pumplag
timer.
2
Press the Ì key to check the compressor timers.
The controller shows the actual value of the COMPRESSOR
TIMERS: the guard timers (one per circuit) and the antirecycling
timers (one per circuit).
The second ADVANCED screen of the usersettings menu also allows
the user to define settings for the controller.
■
MAIN MENU: set to GRAPHIC to let the main menu show the
graphical symbols or to TEXT to let the main menu show the
names of the menus.
■
LOGOUT TIMER: set the time for automatic log out, between 01
and 30 minutes.
■
BUZZER IF SAFETY: to activate or deactivate the buzzer
sound when an error should occur.
■
BACKLIGHT TIME: to define the time (between 01 and 30
minutes) the light of the controller display will stay on after the
last manipulation of the controller buttons.
Tasks of the safety menu
GRAPHIC READOUT: to define if the graphical representation of
the first screen of the read out menu is present or not.
Listing activated safeties and checking the unit status
■
NOTE
If changed on one of the units in a DICN configuration,
this setting is automatically transferred to all the other
units in the network.
Submenu: Defrost
If the alarm buzzer is activated and the user presses the π key, the
controller automatically enters the safeties menu.
All active safeties are displayed: UNIT/CIRCUIT 1/2, WARNING or
NETWORK SAFETY.
■
The controller will show the UNIT SAFETY screen of the
safeties menu when a unit safety was the cause of shutdown.
■
The controller will show the CIRCUIT 1/2 SAFETY screen of
the safeties menu when a safety of the circuit 1/2 was activated.
■
The controller will show the NETWORK SAFETY screen of the
safeties menu when a safety of the network was activated.
■
The controller will show the UNIT WARNING screen of the
safeties menu when a unit warning was activated.
1
Press the π key when the alarm buzzer is activated.
The appropriate safety screen with the basic information
appears. Press the ‡ key to go directly to the history menu and
see the detailed information. These screens provide information
about the unit status at the moment of shutdown (see "Safety
menu π" on page 12).
2
If more than one kind of safety is active (indicated by means of
^, v or ÷), use the fi and Ì keys to consult them.
This submenu is not available for EWAQ units.
Submenu: Service menu
Only a qualified installer is allowed to enter the service menu.
Tasks of the timers menu
Checking the actual value of the software timers
As a protective measure and to ensure correct operation, the
controller's software features several countdown timers:
■
LOADUP (LOADUP – refer to the thermostat parameters): starts
counting when a thermostat step change has occurred. During
the countdown, the unit is not able to enter a higher thermostat
step.
■
LOADDOWN (DWN – refer to the thermostat parameters): starts
counting when a thermostat step change has occurred. During
the countdown, the unit will not be able to go to a lower thermostat step.
■
FLOWSTART (FLOWSTART – 15 sec): counts down when the
water flow through the evaporator is continuous and the unit is in
standby. During the countdown, the unit cannot start up.
Checking the safety info and the unit status after a reset
■
FLOWSTOP (FLOWSTOP – 5 sec): starts counting when the
water flow through the evaporator stops after the flowstart timer
has reached zero. If the water flow has not restarted during the
countdown, the unit will shut down.
The information available in the safeties menu is also stored in the
history menu, where it is stored after resetting the unit or the circuit.
In this way, the history menu provides a means of checking the unit
status at the moment of the latest shutdown.
■
PUMPLEAD (PUMPLEAD – refer to the pump control settings):
starts counting whenever the unit is switched on. During the
countdown, the unit cannot start up.
To check the safety info and the unit status, proceed as follows:
■
PUMPLAG (PUMPLAG – refer to the pump control settings):
starts counting whenever the unit is switched off. During the
countdown, the pump keeps running.
■
GUARDTIMER (GRD11/12/21/22 – 180 sec): starts counting
when the compressor (circuit 1/2) has been shut down. During
the countdown, the compressor cannot be restarted.
■
ANTIRECYCLING (AREC11/12/21/22
– 300 sec): starts
counting when the compressor (circuit 1/2) has started. During
the countdown, the compressor cannot be restarted.
■
MINIMUM RUNNING TIME (M.RT - 120 sec) starts counting
when the compressor has started. During the count down, the
compressor will not be switched off by the thermostat function.
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Tasks of the history menu
1
Enter the HISTORY MENU. (Refer to the chapter "How to enter
a menu" on page 8.)
The controller enters the last HISTORY screen which contains
basic information of the moment of this shutdown.
2
Press the fi and Ì keys to consult the other present HISTORY
screens.
3
Press the ‡ key to see the detailed information.
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Tasks of the info menu
Consulting additional unit information
1
2
Enter the INFO MENU through the main menu. (Refer to the
chapter "How to enter a menu" on page 8).
The controller enters the TIME INFO screen which contains the
following information: the TIME and DATE.
Press Ì to consult the first UNIT INFO screen.
This screen contains information about the unit name, number of
circuits, evaporators and coils, EEV and the refrigerant used.
3
4
The possible settings for the changeable relay outputs are:
■
NONE (OPEN): Digital output open.
■
CLOSED: Digital output closed.
■
2ND PUMP: indicates the status of the second pump.
■
100% CAPACITY: indicates when the unit is working at 100%.
■
FULL
CAPACITY: indicates when the unit is working at
maximum capacity, example reached 100% capacity or reached
maximum capacity because of safety limitation.
■
FREE COOLING: indicates the status of the 3-way water valve
when the unit is in free cooling state.
■
GEN.OPERATION: indicates when the unit is active.
Press Ì to consult the second UNIT INFO screen.
■
This screen contains information about the fans, volt/ampere
and if there is a second pump or heater tape applied.
SAFETY+W (NO): indicates when safety or warning is active
(Normal Open contact).
■
SAFETY+W (NC): indicates when safety or warning is active
(Normal Closed contact).
Press Ì to consult the SW INFO (software information) screen.
■
This screen contains information about the PCB software
versions.
SAFETY (NO): indicates when safety is active (Normal Open
contact).
■
SAFETY (NC): indicates when safety is active (Normal Closed
contact).
■
C1/2 SAFETY: indicates when circuit 1/2 safety is active.
■
WARNING: indicates when warning is active.
■
C1/2 OPERATION: indicates when circuit 1/2 operation is
active.
Tasks of the input/output menu
Checking the status of the inputs and outputs
The input/output menu provides a means of checking the status of
the digital inputs and the status of the relay outputs.
The locked digital inputs are:
■
EMERGENCY STOP: whether the emergency button has been
pressed (only effective if there is an emergency stop present).
■
FLOWSWITCH: indicates the status of the flowswitch (flow/no
flow).
■
HEATER TAPE: indicates if the heater tape is activated or not.
■
PUMPINTERLOCK: indicates if the status of the pump interlock
is open or closed.
Checking the status of the analogue changeable inputs and
output
The possible settings for the analogue changeable inputs and output
are:
■
NONE: no function is appointed to the changeable analogue
input.
■
STATUS: only displays the status by means of test
■
FLOATING
SETP: floating setpoint based on ambient or
analogue input
■
PUMP: indicates if the pump is on or off.
■
C1/2 REV.PH.PROT.: (reverse phase protector) indicates the
actual status of this safety of circuit 1/2.
■
TEMPERATURE: only displays the (by example) condenser
outlet temperature
■
C1/2 HIGH PR.SW.: (high pressure switch) indicates the
actual status of this safety of circuit 1/2.
■
■
INT.L C11/C12/C21/22: (interlock to compressor) indicates
the actual status of this safety of circuit1/2.
DI***: refer to the possible functions for changeable digital
inputs. (*** can be any of the following: STATUS, DUAL
SETPOINT, REMOTE ON/OFF, CAP. LIMIT, LOW NOISE,
FREE COOLING REQ or FAN FORCED ON.)
■
C1/2
FANOVERC. ST. 1/2/3: (fan overcurrent status
step 1/2/3) indicates the actual status of this safety of circuit 1/2.
The locked relay outputs are:
Checking the communication inputs and outputs (option
EKACPG)
■
C11/12/21/22: indicates whether the circuit 1/2 is on or off.
The communication inputs and outputs are:
■
C1/2 FANSTEP 1/2/3: indicates if the fans of fanstep 1/2/3 for
the circuit 1/2 are on or not.
■
RS232 ONLINE: indicates if the RS232 communication line is
active.
■
RS485 ONLINE: indicates if the RS485 communication line is
active.
■
DIII ONLINE: indicates if the DIII communication line is
active.
Checking the status of the digital changeable inputs and
outputs
The possible settings for the changeable digital inputs are:
■
NONE: indicates there is no function selected for this input
To check the inputs and outputs, proceed as follows:
■
STATUS: indicates the position of the connected switch.
1
■
DUAL SETPOINT: indicates the position of the remote dual
setpoint switch: setpoint 1 or setpoint 2.
Enter the I/O STATUS MENU. (Refer to the chapter "How to
enter a menu" on page 8.)
The controller enters the first DIGITAL INPUTS screen.
■
REMOTE ON/OFF: indicates the position of the remote on/off
switch.
2
■
Consult the other screens of the input/output menu using the fi
and Ì keys.
CAP LIMIT 25%/50%/75%/SET: indicates the position of the
"enable/disable capacity limitation" switches.
■
LOW NOISE: indicates the status of the low noise mode.
■
FREE COOLING REQ: indicates if the free cooling is requested
or not requested.
■
FAN FORCED ON: indicates if the fan forced on is activated or
not activated.
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Tasks of the login/logout menu
TROUBLESHOOTING
Changing the user password
This section provides useful information for diagnosing and
correcting certain troubles which may occur in the unit.
Access to the usersettings menu and the setpoints menu is protected
by the user password (a 4-digit number between 0000 and 9999).
After the password is entered, other protected screens do no longer
require the entering of the password.
To log out, go to the login/logout menu and alter the login status and
the logout setting.
The default user password is 1234.
NOTE
To change the user password, proceed as follows:
1
Enter the USERPASSWORD MENU. (Refer to the chapter "How
to enter a menu" on page 8).
The controller will request the password.
2
Before starting the trouble shooting procedure, carry out a thorough
visual inspection of the unit and look for obvious defects such as
loose connections or defective wiring.
Before contacting your local dealer, read this chapter carefully, it will
save you time and money.
When carrying out an inspection on the supply panel or on
the switch box of the unit, always make sure that the circuit
breaker of the unit is switched off.
Overview of safety messages
Message safety menu
UNIT SAFETY
Enter the actual correct password using the fi, Ì and ‡ keys.
For each of the 4 digits:
- Use the fi and Ì keys to select the correct number.
- Press the ‡ key to enter and select the next number.
When pressing the ‡ key on the last number, the complete
password is entered.
3
After the ‡ key has been pressed to confirm the password, the
controller shows the first login/logout screen.
The login status is shown.
The logout is set to NO.
4
CIRCUIT 1
SAFETY
When the setting for logout must change to YES.
-
Press the ‡ key to position the cursor behind LOGOUT?
Press the fi or Ì keys to change the setting to YES.
Press the ‡ key to confirm the setting.
The controller leaves the login/logout screen and shows the first
screen of the read out menu.
5
When the setting for logout stays NO, press the Ì key to enter
the second login/logout screen.
The controller requests for a new password.
6
Press the ‡ key to position the cursor behind NEW PASSWORD.
7
Enter the new password using the fi, Ì and ‡ keys.
For each of the 4 digits:
- Use the fi and Ì keys to select the correct number.
- Press the ‡ key to enter and select the next number.
When pressing the ‡ key on the last number, the complete
new password is entered and the cursor is positioned behind
CONFIRM.
The controller requests to confirm the new password.
8
Enter the new password again using the fi, Ì and ‡ keys.
For each of the 4 digits:
- Use the fi and Ì keys to select the correct number.
- Press the ‡ key to enter and select the next number.
When pressing the ‡ key on the last number, the
confirmation of the new password is completed.
NOTE
The actual password will only be changed when the
new password and the confirmed password have the
same value.
If changed on one of the units in a DICN configuration,
this setting is automatically transferred to all the other
units in the network.
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CIRCUIT 2
SAFETY
Symptom
0AE:FLOW HAS STOPPED
0AE:PUMPINTERLOCK
0A4:FREEZE UP C1
0A4:FREEZE UP C2
0A9:EEV PCB COMM ERR
0A9:EEV PCB ERR
0C9:INL SENSOR ERR
0CA:OUT SENSOR ERR
0H9:AMB T SENSOR ERR
0U4:EXTPCB COMM.ERR
0U4:MAINPCB COMM.ERR
0U5:PCB COMM.PROBLEM
153:FAN OVERC. ST1
153:FAN OVERC. ST2
153:FAN OVERC. ST3
1A9:EEV ERR
1A9:SUPERHEAT ERR
1E3:HIGH PRESSURE SW
1E4:LOW PRESSURE
1E6:COMPR 1 SAFETY
1E6:COMPR 2 SAFETY
1F3:HIGH DISCH TEMP1
1F3:HIGH DISCH TEMP2
1J3:DISCHSENSOR ERR1
1J3:DISCHSENSOR ERR2
1J5:REFR SENSOR ERR
1J5:SUCTSENSOR ERR
1JA:HP SENSOR ERR
1JC:LP SENSOR ERR
1U1:REV PHASE PROT
253:FAN OVERC. ST1
253:FAN OVERC. ST2
253:FAN OVERC. ST3
2A9:EEV ERR
2A9:SUPERHEAT ERR
2E3:HIGH PRESSURE SW
2E4:LOW PRESSURE
2E6:COMPR 1 SAFETY
2E6:COMPR 2 SAFETY
2F3:HIGH DISCH TEMP1
2F3:HIGH DISCH TEMP2
2J3:DISCHSENSOR ERR1
2J3:DISCHSENSOR ERR2
2J5:REFR SENSOR ERR
2J5:SUCTSENSOR ERR
2JA:HP SENSOR ERR
2JC:LP SENSOR ERR
2U1:REV PHASE PROT
5.2
5.3
5.1
5.1
5.5
5.5
7
7
7
9
10
11
5.4
5.4
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9b/5.10
5.9b/5.10
5.11
5.11
7
7
7
7
7
7
5.12
5.4
5.4
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9b/5.10
5.9b/5.10
5.11
5.11
7
7
7
7
7
7
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Message safety menu
UNIT WARNING
NETWORK
SAFETY
Symptom
0AE:FLOW HAS STOPPED
0C9:INL SENSOR ERR
1E3:HP SETBACK
153:FAN OVERC. ST1
153:FAN OVERC. ST2
153:FAN OVERC. ST3
2E3:HP SETBACK
253:FAN OVERC. ST1
253:FAN OVERC. ST2
253:FAN OVERC. ST3
0C9:INL SENSOR ERR
0U4:PCB COMM.PROBLEM
0U4:SW VERSION ERR
5.7
5.4
5.4
5.4
5.7
5.4
CORRECTIVE
One of the following safety devices is
activated:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Compressor thermal protector (Q*M)
Overcurrent relay (K*S)
Discharge thermal protector
Low pressure
High pressure switch (S*PH)
Reverse phase protector
Freeze-up
5.4
The circuit can only start up after
approximately 5 minutes.
The guard timer is still active.
The circuit can only start up after
approximately 3 minutes.
The circuit is limited to 0%.
Check the enable/disable capacity
limitation remote contact.
7
12
13
ACTION
The temperature setting is not
correct.
Check the controller setpoint.
The flowstart timer is still running.
The unit will start after approx. 15
seconds. Make sure that water is
flowing through the evaporator.
The circuit can not start up.
Refer to Symptom 4: The circuit
does not start up.
Unit is in manual mode (all
compressors at 0%).
Check on the controller.
Power supply failure.
Check the voltage on the supply
panel.
Blown fuse or interrupted protection
device.
Inspect fuses and protection
devices. Replace by fuses of the
same size and type (refer to
"Electrical specifications" on
page 2).
Symptom 5: Safety devices are activated and alarm messages are
displayed
5.1
Symptom 5.1: Freeze-up protection is activated
(0A4:FREEZE UP)
POSSIBLE CAUSES
CORRECTIVE
Increase the water flow.
Inlet temperature to the evaporator is
too low.
Increase the inlet water temperature.
Flow switch is not working or no
water flow.
Check the flow switch and the water
pump.
5.2
Shorted or broken wires.
Test circuits using a tester and repair
if necessary.
POSSIBLE CAUSES
CORRECTIVE
RESET
5.3
The remote ON/OFF input is
enabled and the remote switch is off.
ACTION
Put the remote switch on or disable
the remote ON/OFF input.
Symptom 3: The unit does not start and the ON LED does not light up
3
POSSIBLE CAUSES
The unit is in failure mode.
One of the following safety devices is
activated:
• Flowswitch (S8L,S9L)
• Emergency stop
The ON LED is broken.
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CORRECTIVE
CORRECTIVE
RESET
Refer to Symptom 5: Safety devices
are activated and alarm messages
are displayed.
Only if a pump contactor is
present: Switch the black handle on
the pump fuse inside the switchbox
and reset the controller.
POSSIBLE CAUSES
CORRECTIVE
ACTION
Mechanical failure (fan is blocked).
Check that the fan rotates freely.
Air flow in the unit too low or outdoor
temperature too high.
Clean the air heat exchanger
properly.
RESET
5.5
Push the blue button on the fan fuse
inside the switchbox and reset the
controller.
Symptom 5.5: EEV driver is not operating
(0A9:EEV PCB (COMM) ERR, 1A9/2A9:EEV ERR)
POSSIBLE CAUSES
The EEV driver is not operating.
Contact your local dealer.
ACTION
Make sure a pump interlock contact
is wired correctly and closed when
the pump starts operating.
Symptom 5.4: Fan overcurrent is activated
(153/253:FAN OVERC. 1/2/3)
ACTION
Refer to Symptom 5: Safety devices
are activated and alarm messages
are displayed.
After finding the cause, the
flowswitch is reset automatically, but
the controller still needs to be reset.
POSSIBLE CAUSES
The pump interlock contact is not
closed.
5.4
CORRECTIVE
ACTION
Check the water pump filter and the
water circuit for obstructions.
Symptom 5.3: Pump interlock contact is open
(0AE:PUMPINTERLOCK)
Symptom 2: The unit does not start, but the ON LED is flashing
POSSIBLE CAUSES
After temperature increase the
freeze-up is reset automatically, but
the circuit controller needs to be
reset.
Symptom 5.2: Flowswitch is activated
(0AE:FLOW HAS STOPPED)
No water flow or too low water flow.
Inspect connections of the field
wiring and the internal wiring of the
unit. Tighten all loose connections.
ACTION
Water flow too low.
RESET
Loose connections.
ACTION
Check on the controller and refer to
Symptom 5: Safety devices are
activated and alarm messages are
displayed.
The anti-recycling timer is still active.
5.4
Symptom 1: The unit does not start, but the ON LED lights up
CORRECTIVE
POSSIBLE CAUSES
7
When a safety device was activated, stop the unit and find out why
the safety device was activated before resetting it. Under no circumstances safety devices may be bridged or changed to a value other
than the factory setting. If the cause of the problem cannot be found,
call your local dealer.
POSSIBLE CAUSES
Symptom 4: The circuit does not start up
5.2
CORRECTIVE
ACTION
Check the power supply to the EEV
driver.
Check if the address setting by
DIP-switch is according to the
wiring diagram.
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5.6
5.9b
Symptom 5.6: Superheat temperature is not correct
(1A9/2A9:SUPERHEAT ERR)
POSSIBLE CAUSES
Symptom 5.9b: Compressor safety (only for SJ161-4)
(1E6/2E6:COMPR 1/2 SAFETY)
CORRECTIVE
Superheat temperature is too high.
Superheat temperature is too low.
The sensed suction temperature is
more than 2°C higher than the
entering water temperature of the
evaporator.
5.7
ACTION
Check if the unit has enough
refrigerant (no foaming visible in
sight glass).
Check if the suction temperature
sensor of the EEV driver is in the
holder in the suction tube and not
hanging loose.
Check if the EEV driver or the control
motor of EEV is wired correctly and
operating.
POSSIBLE CAUSES
CORRECTIVE
ACTION
Condenser fan does not operate
properly.
Check that the fans turn freely. Clean
if necessary.
Dirty or partially blocked condenser.
Remove any obstacle and clean
condenser coil using brush and
blower.
Inlet air temperature of the
condenser is too high.
The air temperature measured at the
inlet of the condenser may not
exceed 43°C.
Fan turning in the wrong direction.
Two phases of the power supply to
the fan motor must be inverted (by a
licensed electrician).
5.8
CORRECTIVE
Increase the water flow.
Shortage of refrigerant.
Check for leaks and refill refrigerant,
if necessary.
Unit is working out of its operation
range.
Check the operation conditions of
the unit.
Inlet temperature to the water heat
exchanger is too low.
Increase the inlet water temperature.
Dirty evaporator.
Clean the evaporator, or call your
local dealer.
Low pressure safety setting too high.
Flowswitch is not working or no
water flow.
RESET
5.9a
Measure the supply voltage.
The unit is working out of its range.
Make sure the unit operates within
its operating range.
Overload of motor.
Reset. If the failure persists, call your
local dealer.
There is a short circuit.
Check the wiring.
RESET
5.10
Refer to the installation manual
"Customization in the service menu",
paragraph "Setting of the minimum
outlet water temperature" for correct
values.
Check the flowswitch and the water
pump.
After pressure rise, this safety resets
automatically, but the controller still
needs to be reset.
POSSIBLE CAUSES
CORRECTIVE
The compressor motor coil
temperature is too high because the
compressor motor takes
(demands/needs) too much current
and is not sufficiently cooled by
refrigerant.
CORRECTIVE
The compressor motor coil
temperature is too high because the
compressor motor takes
(demands/needs) too much current
and is not sufficiently cooled by
refrigerant.
Make sure the compressor motor is
not locked.
RESET
Make sure the unit operates within
its operating range (too high ambient
or too high water temperature).
Make sure the compressor motor is
not locked.
RESET
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After temperature decrease the
thermal protector is reset
automatically and the compressor
will start again. This is not detected
by the controller.
If the protector is activated
frequently, call your local dealer.
After temperature decrease, a 5
minute delay is activated. After this
delay the relay in the electronic
protection module (EPM) is pulled in.
The controller needs to be reset
manually.
Failure of one of the phases.
Check fuses on the supply panel or
measure the supply voltage.
Voltage too low.
Measure the supply voltage.
The unit is working out of its range.
Make sure the unit operates within
its operating range.
Overload of motor.
Reset. If the failure persists, call your
local dealer.
The compressor is running in
reverse phase (only for SJ240SJ300)
Check the wiring.
There is a short circuit.
Check the wiring.
RESET
5.11
Pull the black handle on the
compressor fuse inside the switch
box and reset the controller.
Symptom 5.11: Discharge thermal protector is activated
(1F3/2F3:HIGH DISCH TEMP1/2)
POSSIBLE CAUSES
CORRECTIVE
ACTION
Unit is working outside the operation
range.
Check the operation condition of the
unit.
The unit is undercharged.
Check if there are no refrigerant
leaks.
After repairing leaks, charge the unit
with additional refrigerant until the
sight glass in the liquid line shows no
foaming.
ACTION
Make sure there are no refrigerant
leaks.
After repairing leaks, charge the unit
with additional refrigerant until the
sight glass in the liquid line shows no
foaming.
ACTION
Make sure there are no refrigerant
leaks.
After repairing leaks, charge the unit
with additional refrigerant until the
sight glass in the liquid line shows no
foaming.
Make sure the unit operates within
its operating range (too high ambient
or too high water temperature).
Symptom 5.9a: The compressor does not work (only for SJ161-4)
(Compressor thermal protection is activated)
POSSIBLE CAUSES
Pull the black handle on the
compressor fuse inside the switch
box and reset the controller.
Symptom 5.10: Compressor safety (only for SJ180-4~SJ240-4 and SJ300-4)
(1E6/2E6:COMPR 1/2 SAFETY)
ACTION
Water flow to water heat exchanger
too low.
ACTION
Voltage too low.
After pressure rise, this safety resets
automatically, but the controller still
needs to be reset.
Symptom 5.8: Low pressure
(1E4/2E4:LOW PRESSURE)
POSSIBLE CAUSES
CORRECTIVE
Check fuses on the supply panel or
measure the supply voltage.
Check if the suction temperature
sensor of the controller is in its
holder and not hanging loose.
Symptom 5.7: High-pressure switch and high pressure setback
(1E3/2E3:HIGH PRESSURE SW, 1E3/2E3:HP SETBACK)
RESET
POSSIBLE CAUSES
Failure of one of the phases.
RESET
5.12
After temperature decrease, the
safety resets automatically but the
controller still needs to be reset.
Symptom 5.12: Reverse phase protector is activated
(1U1/2U1:REV PHASE PROT)
POSSIBLE CAUSES
CORRECTIVE
ACTION
Two phases of the power supply are
connected in the wrong phase
position.
Invert two phases of the power
supply (by licensed electrician).
One phase is not connected
properly.
Check the connection of all phases.
Voltage too low.
Measure the supply voltage.
RESET
After inverting two phases or fixing
the power supply cables properly,
the protector is reset automatically,
but the controller still needs to be
reset.
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Packaged air-cooled water chillers
4PW35556-1C
Symptom 6: Unit stops soon after operation
Symptom 13: The NETWORK SAFETY alarm message shows
0U4:SW VERSION ERR
6
POSSIBLE CAUSES
CORRECTIVE
ACTION
One of the safety devices is
activated.
Check safety devices (refer to
Symptom 5: Safety devices are
activated and alarm messages are
displayed).
Voltage is too low.
Test the voltage in the supply panel
and, if necessary, in the electrical
compartment of the unit (voltage
drop due to supply cables is too
high).
Symptom 7: Sensor error 0C9/0CA/0H9:*** SENSOR ERR
13
POSSIBLE CAUSES
All units in the DICN system
(EKACPG) do not have the same
software version.
CORRECTIVE
ACTION
Check the software version of each
unit.
Call your local dealer in case a
software upgrade is necessary.
Symptom 14: The water pressure can not be maintained
POSSIBLE CAUSES
CORRECTIVE
ACTION
There is a leak in the water circuit.
Check for any leaks in the water
circuit.
The expansion vessel is broken or
does not work properly.
Replace the expansion vessel.
7
POSSIBLE CAUSES
The sensor is broken or not correctly
wired.
CORRECTIVE
ACTION
Check if the wiring is according to
the wiring diagram.
Call your local dealer.
MAINTENANCE
Symptom 8: The alarm message shows 0U3:REMOCON SW ERR
8
POSSIBLE CAUSES
The software for the wired remote
controller (A4P or A5P) is corrupt or
absent.
CORRECTIVE
ACTION
Check if the wiring to the main PCB
(A11P) is according to the wiring
diagram.
Check if the "address setting" and
the "terminator resistor setting" by
DIP-switch is according to the setting
mentioned in the wiring diagram.
Call your local dealer.
In order to ensure optimal availability of the unit, a number of checks
and inspections on the unit and the field wiring have to be carried out
at regular intervals.
If the unit is used for air conditioning application, the described
checks must be executed at least once a year. In case the unit is
used for other applications, the checks must be executed every
4 months.
Before carrying out any maintenance or repair activity,
always switch off the circuit breaker on the supply panel,
remove the fuses or open the protection devices of the
unit.
Never clean the unit with water under pressure.
Symptom 9: The alarm message shows 0U4:EXT PCB COMM.ERR
9
POSSIBLE CAUSES
The extension PCB (A01P) can not
be found.
CORRECTIVE
ACTION
Check if the wiring to the extension
PCB (A01P) is according to the
wiring diagram.
Call your local dealer.
Maintenance activities
Symptom 10: The alarm message shows 0U4:MAINPCB COMM.ERR
The wiring and power supply must be checked by a
licensed electrician.
10
POSSIBLE CAUSES
The main PCB of circuit 2 (A21P)
can not be found.
CORRECTIVE
ACTION
Check if the wiring to the main PCB
of circuit 2 (A21P) is according to the
wiring diagram.
Check if the "address setting" and
the "terminator resistor setting" by
DIP-switch is according to the setting
mentioned in the wiring diagram.
Call your local dealer.
■
■
Air heat exchanger
Remove dust and any other contaminant from the coil fins using
a brush and a blower. Blow from the inside of the unit. Take care
not to bend or damage the fins.
Field wiring and power supply
•
Symptom 11: The alarm message shows 0U5:PCB COMM.PROBLEM
11
POSSIBLE CAUSES
The wired remote controller (A4P or
A5P (EKRUPG)) has no correct
communication with the main PCB
(A11P).
CORRECTIVE
•
•
ACTION
Check if the wiring to the main PCB
(A11P) is according to the wiring
diagram.
Check if the "address setting" and
the "terminator resistor setting" by
DIP-switch is according to the setting
mentioned in the wiring diagram.
Call your local dealer.
■
Internal wiring of the unit
Visually check the switch boxes on loose connections (terminals
and components). Make sure that the electrical components are
not damaged or loose.
■
Earth connection
Make sure that the earth wires are still connected properly and
that the earth terminals are tightened.
Symptom 12: The NETWORK SAFETY alarm message shows
0U4:PCB COMM.PROBLEM
■
12
POSSIBLE CAUSES
The unit can not be found by the
DICN system (EKACPG)
CORRECTIVE
ACTION
Refrigerant circuit
•
Check if the wiring between units is
according to the wiring diagram.
• Make sure all the units in the DICN system
are powered up.
• Make sure that the correct number of slave
units is defined in the master unit.
• Make sure that the correct unit address
setting is defined in each unit (refer to the
installation manual).
•
■
Check for leaks inside the unit. In case a leak is detected, call
your local dealer.
Check the working pressure of the unit. Refer to "Switching the
unit on" on page 8.
Compressor
•
•
■
Check on oil leaks. If there is an oil leak, call your local dealer.
Check for abnormal noises and vibrations. If the compressor is
damaged, call your local dealer.
Fan motor
•
•
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4PW35556-1C
Check the power supply voltage on the local supply panel. The
voltage must correspond to the voltage marked on the identification label of the unit.
Check the connections and make sure they are properly fixed.
Check the proper operation of the circuit breaker and the earth
leak detector provided on the local supply panel.
Clean the cooling ribs of the motor.
Check on abnormal noises. If the fan or motor are damaged, call
your local dealer.
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22
■
Water supply
•
•
■
NOTES
Check if the water connection is still well fixed.
Check the water quality (refer to the installation manual of the unit
for specifications of the water quality).
Water filters
•
•
Make sure to clean the water filter in front of the evaporator water
inlet once every 4 months.
Check the filter for any possible damage and make sure that the
hole diameter size all over the filter surface is still 1.0 mm
maximum.
■
Water sensors
Check that all the water sensors are correctly fixed into the inlet
and outlet water pipe.
■
Flowswitch
Make sure that there is no dirt accumulating on the paddle of the
flowswitch.
■
Water pressure
Check if the water pressure is within acceptable range. Refer to
the installation manual delivered with the unit.
Disposal requirements
Dismantling of the unit, treatment of the refrigerant, of oil and of other
parts must be done in accordance with relevant local and national
legislation.
Operation manual
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Packaged air-cooled water chillers
4PW35556-1C
NOTES
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Packaged air-cooled water chillers
4PW35556-1C
Operation manual
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ANNEX I
Thermostat parameters
Water temperature control
The figures below show the thermostat diagram in case of inlet water temperature control.
■
Stand alone thermostat(1) (inlet or outlet)
■
DICN thermostat(1) (inlet)
Load up request of 4 compressors
Load up request of 1 compressor
Load up request of 3 compressors
no action
Load up request of 2 compressors
Load down request of 1 compressor
Load up request of 1 compressor
a/2 a/2
a/2 a/2
no action
c
c
Load down request of 1 compressor
c
Inlet setpoint
c
Load down request of 2 compressors
Outlet setpoint
The default value and the upper and lower limits of the
thermostat parameters are listed in the table below.
b
c
INLET CONTROL
Step difference - a
(K)
Steplength - c
(K)
Loadup timer
(sec)
Loaddown timer
(sec)
Setpoint
Units 2
circuits
4.0(*)
2.0(*)
Lower
limit
Upper
limit
—
—
0.2
—
—
180
15
300
30
15
300
12.0
7.0
23.0
(*)
(°C)
(K)
Steplength - c
(K)
Units 2
circuits
(*)
(*)
2.0
Lower
limit
—
Upper limit
—
0.2(*)
—
—
15
300
Loadup timer
(sec)
30
Loaddown timer
(sec)
15
15
300
(°C)
7.0
4.0
20.0
Setpoint
(*) can only be modified in the service menu
c
Load down request of 4 compressors
Default value
Lower limit
Upper limit
Step difference - a
(K)
4.0(*)
—
—
Step difference - b
(K)
3.6(*)
—
—
Step difference - c
(K)
0.4(*)
—
—
15
300
Loadup timer
(sec)
180
Loaddown timer
(sec)
180
15
300
(°C)
12.0
7.0
23.0
Setpoint
Units 1
circuit
4.0
Load down request of 3 compressors
b
INLET CONTROL
Default value
Step difference - a
c
The default value and the upper and lower limits of the
thermostat parameters are listed in the table below.
(*) can only be modified in the service menu
OUTLET CONTROL
c
Inlet setpoint
Default value
Units 1
circuit
a/2 a/2
(*) can only be modified in the service menu
■
■
If the temperature is below the setpoint, the thermostat control
will check every LOADDOWN TIMER.
According to the deviation to the setpoint, no action, load up,
down is required.
If the temperature is above the setpoint, the thermostat control
will check every LOADUP TIMER.
According to the deviation to the setpoint, no action, load up,
down is required.
(1) Loadup request of 1 compressor: request to add one additional compressor.
Loadup request of 2 compressors: request to add 2 additional compressors (with interval of 15 seconds inbetween).
The maximum number of compressors that can possibly be added in 1 request is limited to the total number of units that are present in the DICN setup:
Example: A DICN setup with 2 units means load up requests of maximum 2 compressors at a time.
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4PW35556-1C
■
ANNEX II
Floating setpoint based on changeable analogue input
_ FLOATING SETPOINT
MODE:CH.AI MAX VALUE
MAXIMUM VALUE:003$0¢
Floating setpoint working
Example = 50 (0.5 V, 12 mA)
The diagrams and table below show the default value of the floating
setpoint parameters on the evaporator and an example on the inlet
setpoint of 12.0°C.
A
13.5°C
Legend
B
12.0°C
SLOPE
The rise in floating setpoint value for a 10°C drop (floating
setpoint based on ambient or NTC) or a drop of 100 (floating
setpoint based on voltage or milliampere).
A
Active setpoint
B
Setpoint
■
15.0°C
+3.0°C
0
(0.0 V)
(4 mA)
50
(0.5 V)
(12 mA)
100
(1.0 V)
(20 mA)
CH.AI. MAX VALUE
Floating setpoint based on ambient
_ FLOATING SETPOINT
MODE:AMBIENT
MAXPOS:03$0¢ NEG:00$0¢
RF:020$0¢ SLOPE:006$0¢
Example ambient = 17.5°C
18.0°C
+6.0°C
15.0°C
A
13.5°C
B
12.0°C
3.0°C
+10.0°C
10.0°C
17.5°C 20.0°C
AMBIENT
■
ANNEX III
Floating setpoint based on NTC
_ FLOATING SETPOINT
MODE:CH.AI SLOPE NTC
MAXPOS:03$0¢ NEG:03$0¢
RF:020$0¢ SLOPE:006$0¢
Free cooling working
Example temperature = 17.5°C
18.0°C
+6.0°C
Legend
SP
Setpoint
DI
Differential
15.0°C
A
13.5°C
B
12.0°C
3.0°C
Free cooling on ambient temperature
free cooling state
3.0°C
9.0°C
ON
+10.0°C
17.5°C 20.0°C
10.0°C
25.0°C
CH.AI SLOPE NTC
■
OFF
Floating setpoint based on Voltage or mAmpere
°C
SP
_ FLOATING SETPOINT
MODE:CH.AI SLOPE V-A
MAXPOS:03$0¢ NEG:03$0¢
RF:020$0¢ SLOPE:012$0¢
ambient temperature
DI
Example = 35 (0.375 V, 10 mA)
18.0°C
Free cooling
default
minimum
maximum
SP
(°C)
5.0°C
–30.0°C
25.0°C
DI
(°C)
1.0°C
1.0°C
5.0°C
15.0°C
A
13.5°C
B
12.0°C
3.0°C
+12.0°C
Free cooling on difference between inlet water evaporator
temperature and ambient temperature
3.0°C
free cooling state
9.0°C
ON
+100
6.0°C
0
(0.0 V)
(4 mA)
35
50
(0.375 V) (0.5 V)
(10 mA) (12 mA)
100
(1.0 V)
(20 mA)
OFF
CH.AI SLOPE V-A
SP
DI
Free cooling
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Packaged air-cooled water chillers
4PW35556-1C
°C
inlet water evaporator temperature
minus ambient temperature
default
minimum
maximum
SP
(°C)
5.0°C
1.0°C
20.0°C
DI
(°C)
5.0°C
1.0°C
10.0°C
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ANNEX IV
>READOUT MENU
SETPOINTS MENU
USERSETTINGS MENU
TIMERS MENU
HISTORY MENU
INFO MENU
I/O STATUS MENU
LOGIN/LOGOUT MENU
NETWORK MENU
COOL/HEAT MENU
----STARTUP BUSY----
ªÒµ®
†Úæ∂Ï
_v¶
…
≤0U4
∞11 ∞12 ≠H
∞21 ∞22 ≠H
013£6¢
012$0¢
ENTER PASSWORD
PASSWORD: 0000
TO LOGIN
ENTER PASSWORD
PASSWORD: 0000
TO LOGIN
_v
GENERAL TIMERS
LOADUP:000s-DWN:000s
PUMPLEAD
:000s
FLOWSTOP
:00s
_÷COOL. INLSP1:012$0¢
INLET WATER:013$6¢
OUTLET WATER:007$0¢
AMBIENT:006$5¢
> COOL.
COOL.
COOL.
COOL.
READOUT MENU
=
SETPOINTS MENU
=
USERSETTINGS MENU =
TIMERS MENU
=
HISTORY MENU
=
ª
∑
Å
Ó
‚
_÷
C1 TEMP.READOUT
C11 DISCHARGE:010$1¢
C12 DISCHARGE:010$5¢
INLSP1:012$0¢
INLSP2:012$0¢
OUTSP1:007$0¢
OUTSP2:007$0¢
=
I/O STATUS MENU
=
LOGIN/LOGOUT MENU =
NETWORK MENU
=
COOL/HEAT MENU
=
™
Ÿ
Æ
∆
Í
_÷
C2 TEMP.READOUT
C21 DISCHARGE:010$1¢
C22 DISCHARGE:010$5¢
THERMOSTAT
USERSETTINGS MENU
>THERMOSTAT
COMPRESSOR
FAN
PUMP
FLOATING SETPOINT
LANGUAGE
TIME AND DATE
FREE COOLING
DICN
ADVANCED
DEFROST
SERVICE MENU
_÷ COMPRESSOR TIMERS
GRD11:000s 12:000s
AREC11:000s 12:000s
M.RT11:000s 12:000s
INFO MENU
COMPRESSOR
FAN
PUMP
_^ COMPRESSOR TIMERS
GRD21:000s 22:000s
AREC21:000s 22:000s
M.RT21:000s 22:000s
_v
UNIT SAFETY
0F0:EMERGENCY STOP
FLOATING SETPOINT
LANGUAGE
C1 TEMP.READOUT
C1 REFR:000$0¢
_÷
C2 TEMP.READOUT
C2 REFR:000$0¢
_v
THERMOSTAT
MODE:INL WATER
LOADUP:300s-DWN:030s
_^
MANUAL SETTINGS
C11:OFF
C12:OFF
C21:OFF
C22:OFF
F1*:OFF
F2*:OFF
_v
COMPR.LEAD-LAG
MODE:PRIORITY
PRIORITY:
C11>C12>C21>C22
_^
COMPR.CAP.LIMIT
MODE:LIMIT SETTING
SET: C11:OFF C12:OFF
C21:OFF C22:OFF
_
FAN FORCED ON
IF UNIT IS OFF THEN
ALL FANS:OFF
_v
PUMPCONTROL
PUMPLEADTIME
:020s
PUMPLAGTIME
:060s
DAILY ON:N AT:12h00
_^
DUAL PUMP
MODE:AUTO ROTATION
OFFSET ON RH
:048h
_ FLOATING SETPOINT
MODE:AMBIENT
MAXPOS:03$0¢ NEG:00$0¢
RF:020$0¢ SLOPE:006$0¢
_v UNIT HISTORY:002
0CA:OUT SENSOR ERR
22h33m00s
23/03/06
COOL INLSP1:012$0¢
_v
_v UNIT HISTORY:002
C11 DISCHARGE:010$1¢
C12 DISCHARGE:010$5¢
_v UNIT HISTORY:002
C21 DISCHARGE:010$1¢
C22 DISCHARGE:010$5¢
_v
UNIT HISTORY:002
C1 REFR:000$0¢
_v
UNIT HISTORY:002
C2 REFR:000$0¢
_v UNIT HISTORY:001
1E6:COMPR 1 SAFETY
22h33m00s
23/03/06
COOL. INLSP1:012$0¢
_v
UNIT HISTORY:001
INLET WATER:013$6¢
OUTLET WATER:007$0¢
AMBIENT:006$5¢
_v UNIT HISTORY:001
C11 DISCHARGE:010$1¢
C12 DISCHARGE:010$5¢
_v UNIT HISTORY:001
C21 DISCHARGE:010$1¢
C22 DISCHARGE:010$5¢
_v
UNIT HISTORY:001
C1 REFR:000$0¢
_v
UNIT HISTORY:001
C2 REFR:000$0¢
_v
TIME INFO
TIME: 22h05
DATE: WED
24/01/07
_÷
UNIT INFO
UNIT:AW-CO-260 C:SCL
CIR:2 EVAP:1 COILC:2
EEV:P REF:R410A
_÷
UNIT INFO
FAN: ST VA:Y 2PUMP:Y
HEATERTAPE:Y
FAN DO ST:2 DO INV:2
_^
SW INFO
MAIN:SP1710_055 V2.0
EXT.:SP1559_017
REM.:SP1734_011
_v
DIGITAL INPUTS
EMERGENCY STOP :OK
FLOWSWITCH:FLOW OK
_÷
DIG.INP/OUTPUTS
HEATER TAPE:OFF
PUMPINTERLOCK:CLOSED
PUMP:ON
_÷
DIGITAL INPUTS
C1 REV.PH.PROT. :OK
C1 HIGH PR.SW. :OK
INT.L C11:OK C12:OK
_÷
DIGITAL INPUTS
C1 FAN OVERC.ST1:OK
C1 FAN OVERC.ST2:OK
C1 FAN OVERC.ST3:NOK
_v LOGIN/LOGOUT MENU
LOGIN STATUS:USER
_^ LOGIN/LOGOUT MENU
CHANGE PASSWORD
NEW PASSWORD: 0000
CONFIRM: 0000
ENTER PASSWORD
PASSWORD: 0000
TO LOGIN
_v
NETWORK
COOL. INLSP1:012$0¢
INLET WATER:013$6¢
OUTLET WATER:007$0¢
UNIT HISTORY:002
INLET WATER:013$6¢
OUTLET WATER:007$0¢
AMBIENT:006$5¢
_÷
LOGOUT? NO
_^M:NORMAL
SL1:NORMAL
SL2:NORMAL
SL3:NORMAL
_÷
DIGITAL INPUTS
C2 REV.PH.PROT. :OK
C2 HIGH PR.SW. :OK
INT.L C21:OK C22:OK
_÷
DIGITAL INPUTS
C2 FAN OVERC.ST1:OK
C2 FAN OVERC.ST2:OK
C2 FAN OVERC.ST3:NOK
CAP:000%
CAP:000%
CAP:000%
CAP:000%
SWITCH UNIT ON/OFF
ENTER PASSWORD
PASSWORD: 0000
TO SWITCH UNIT ON
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27
EWAQ080~260DAYN
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4PW35556-1C
_÷ C1 ACT. PRESSURES
HP1:019$0b = 050$8¢
LP1:004$4b = -05$2¢
FAN1:OFF
TIME AND DATE
FREE COOLING
DICN
ADVANCED
_÷ C2 ACT. PRESSURES
HP2:019$0b = 050$8¢
LP2:004$4b = -05$2¢
FAN2:OFF
_÷
UNIT STATUS
C11:OFF SAFETY ACT.
C12:OFF SAFETY ACT.
UNIT CAPACITY:000%
_
TIME AND DATE
TIME: 22h35
DATE FORMAT:DD/MM/YY
DATE: WED
24/01/07
_÷
UNIT STATUS
C21:OFF SAFETY ACT.
C22:OFF SAFETY ACT.
_÷
EXTRA READOUT
CURRENT:055A
VOLTAGE:023V
_÷
EXTRA READOUT
C11RH:00000hCS:00000
_÷
EXTRA READOUT
C12RH:00000hCS:00000
_÷
EXTRA READOUT
C21RH:00000hCS:00000
_÷
EXTRA READOUT
C22RH:00000hCS:00000
RHP1:00001hP2:00000h
_
FREE COOLING
MODE:AMBIENT
SP: 05$0¢ DIF:01$0¢
PUMP:ON LEAD:000s
_
MASTER SETTINGS
MODE:NORMAL
OFFSET:0000h
PUMP ON IF:UNIT ON
_v
ADVANCED
PASSWORD NEEDED FOR:
SETPOINT MENU:Y
UNIT ON/OFF:Y
_÷
ADVANCED
MAIN MENU:GRAPHIC
LOGOUT TIMER :05min
BUZZER IF SAFETY:YES
_^
ADVANCED
BACKLIGHT TIME:05min
GRAPHIC READOUT:YES
_÷ UNIT HISTORY:002
HP2:019$0b = 050$8¢
LP2:004$4b = -05$2¢
FAN2:OFF
_÷ UNIT HISTORY:002
C11:OFF SAFETY ACT.
C12:OFF SAFETY ACT.
UNITCAPACITY:000%
_÷ UNIT HISTORY:002
C21:OFF SAFETY ACT.
C22:OFF SAFETY ACT.
_÷ UNIT HISTORY:002
CURRENT:055A
VOLTAGE:023V
_÷ UNIT HISTORY:002
C11RH:00000hCS:00000
_v UNIT HISTORY:002
C12RH:00000hCS:00000
_v UNIT HISTORY:002
C21RH:00000hCS:00000
_v UNIT HISTORY:002
C22RH:00000hCS:00000
_÷ UNIT HISTORY:002
AI1 NONE
AI2 NONE
_÷ UNIT HISTORY:002
AI3 NONE
AI4 NONE
_÷ UNIT HISTORY:001
HP2:019$0b = 050$8¢
LP2:004$4b = -05$2¢
FAN2:OFF
_÷ UNIT HISTORY:001
C11:OFF SAFETY ACT.
C12:OFF SAFETY ACT.
UNITCAPACITY:000%
_÷ UNIT HISTORY:001
C21:OFF SAFETY ACT.
C22:OFF SAFETY ACT.
_÷ UNIT HISTORY:002
CURRENT:055A
VOLTAGE:023V
_÷ UNIT HISTORY:001
C11RH:00000hCS:00000
_v UNIT HISTORY:001
C12RH:00000hCS:00000
_v UNIT HISTORY:001
C21RH:00000hCS:00000
_v UNIT HISTORY:001
C22RH:00000hCS:00000
_÷ UNIT HISTORY:001
AI1 NONE
AI2 NONE
_÷ UNIT HISTORY:001
AI3 NONE
AI4 NONE
_÷
FAN INP/OUTPUTS
C1 FANSTEP 1:CLOSED
C1 FANSTEP 2:CLOSED
C1 FANSTEP 3:CLOSED
_÷
FAN INP/OUTPUTS
C2 FANSTEP 1:CLOSED
C2 FANSTEP 2:CLOSED
C2 FANSTEP 3:CLOSED
_÷CHANG. DIG. INPUTS
DI1 NONE
DI2 NONE
DI3 NONE
_÷CHANG. DIG. INPUTS
DI4 NONE
DO1 SAFETY+W.(NO) :O
DO2 GEN.OPERATION :O
_÷CHANG.
DO3 NONE
DO4 NONE
DO5 NONE
_÷CHANG. INP/OUTPUTS
DO6 NONE (OPEN)
AI1 NONE
AI2 NONE
_÷CHANG. INP/OUTPUTS
AI3 NONE
AI4 NONE
AO1 NONE
_^
DEFROST
SERVICE MENU
ENTER SERVICE
PASSWORD: 0000
TO LOGIN
_÷ UNIT HISTORY:002
HP1:019$0b = 050$8¢
LP1:004$4b = -05$2¢
FAN1:OFF
_÷ UNIT HISTORY:001
HP1:019$0b = 050$8¢
LP1:004$4b = -05$2¢
FAN1:OFF
_÷
COMP. OUTPUTS
C11:ON C12:ON
C21:ON C22:ON
EWAQ080~260DAYN
Packaged air-cooled water chillers
4PW35556-1C
RHP1:00000hP2:00000h
RHP1:00000hP2:00000h
INP/OUTPUTS
(OPEN)
(OPEN)
(OPEN)
COMMUNICATION
RS232 ONLINE:N
RS485 ONLINE:N
DIII ONLINE:N
Operation manual
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4PW35556-1C
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