ma_frico_sire_advanced_fh_water_GB

ma_frico_sire_advanced_fh_water_GB
Original instructions
SIRe Advanced
Fan Heater - Water
With quick guide
SIReFA
SIReFAWM
SE .... 2
GB .... 22
DE .... 42
FR .... 62
ES .... 82
IT
NL .... 123
NO .... 144
PL .... 164
RU .... 184
.... 103
For wiring diagram, please see last pages.
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SIRe Advanced Fan Heater Water
Quick guide/start up
Wiring diagrams
Check that all constituent parts are present
(see section Constituent parts).
The wiring diagrams are in a separate section
at the end of this manual.
When external PC board Base SIReB1X is
used, wiring between the PC board base and
the unit must be done. Please see separate
manual for SIReB1X.
Advice about location
PC board HUB SIReA1X is installed close to
the unit.
Control unit SIReUA1 has an integrated
room temperature sensor and is installed so
that it is easily accessible to the user. RJ12
(6p/6c) modular cables, which are available in
different lengths, are used to connect the PC
board and the control unit. Longer cables are
available as options. Maximum cable lengths
see section Options.
To prevent unauthorised people from
accessing the Control unit it can instead
be placed in another area and an external
room sensor, SIReRTX (option), can be
installed in the premises to sense the correct
temperature.
Enter ID/Operation without control unit
The control system can control one or more
units in parallel (max 9). Each unit must get
a unique ID number (1-9) which is set in the
ID selector of the PC board. E.g. Unit 1: ID=1,
unit 2: ID=3
If the external control for some reason has
not been installed the unit can still be run
temporarily. The ID selector is then set to
mode 0 see the image below.
The function is half speed and heating is on.
When the ID number must be changed the
unit must be disconnected from power.
Connect the system
In control board base SIReB1(X) the unit is
connected further with RJ12 (6p/6c) modular
cable if several units are to be connected in
parallell.
If an external room temperature sensor
SIReRTX (option) is used it is connected
using modular cable RJ11 (4p/4c) on HUB
SIReA1X.
The actuator for water control and outdoor
sensor SIReOTX is connected on PC Board
HUB SIReA1X.
Transformer for voltage supply of the valve
actuator is connected with quick terminal
block on PC Board Base SIReB1(X) (230V)
and 24V and onward to the actuator.
If return water temp. sensor SIReWTA is
used, it is connected with modular cable RJ11
(4p/4c) on PC Board Base SIReB1(X).
Control board Base SIReB1(X) in/at the
unit and control unit SIReUA1 are connected
by PC board HUB SIReA1X with RJ12 (6p/6c)
modular cables, after the other units are
powered up.
For fixed installation requirements, remove
the supplied cable and plug. Perform the
installation in accordance with applicable
regulations.
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3
4
5
3
6
4
5
6
2
7
2
7
1
8
1
8
0
9
0
9
Each unit should have
a unique ID on its
SIReB1X card.
To run the unit
temporarily
without external
control select
mode 0.
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Start up
Unit with mixing cabinet
System supplied with power. At the first start
up, the start-up wizard is run and the basic
settings are made. Fan and heating steps
are tested through the test program. Then a
status window is displayed.
At the first start up alarm and error codes
can occur, these will usually be reset without
actions.
When a mixing cabinet is used the supplied
Return temp. sensor SIReWTA must be
installed. SIReWTA is a clamp-on sensor
which is installed on the return water pipe as
close to the coil as possible. The sensor must
be insulated so it is not influenced by the
ambient temperature.
In order for the Return temp. Sensor to
detect the correct temperature in the return
circuit when the valve actuator is closed, a
circulation pump must be installed in the
secondary circuit.
Damper motor PSM01 must be installed on
the throttle spindle to the mixing cabinet.
Electrical connection between the damper
motor and PC board HUB SIReA1X and
transformer ST23024 (see the wiring diagram
at the end of the manual).
Start up
Select mixing cabinet On in the start-up
wizard.
SDM24
Start-up wizard
1
2
Screen function test
Start-up wizard
Start-up wizard
Set language
English
Fan step 1-5
Heating step off-1
Start-up wizard
6
Set temp. unit
Start-up wizard
7
Set date
2011-05-28
Start-up wizard
8
14:07
24h format
9
Checking system...
Start-up wizard
Function test
Start test
Skip test
Start-up wizard
External filter guard
OFF
ON
Set time
5
Start-up wizard
Eco / Comfort
Comfort mode
Eco mode
YYYY-MM-DD
4
Start-up wizard
Function test
Test completed
Restart test
°C
°F
3
For actuator SDM24 (included in the valve
kit) to work with SIRe the setting should be as
follows:
Start-up wizard
Mixing cabinet on/off
OFF
ON
10
Start-up wizard
Start-up finished
Proceed
Restart wizard
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Contents
Quick guide/start up
Advice about location
Connect the system
Wiring diagrams
Enter ID/Operation without control unit
Start up
Unit with mixing cabinet
Start up
Jumper settings
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Constituent parts
SIReFA (without mixing cabinet)
SIREFAWM (with mixing cabinet)
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Operating modes
Operating modes (without mixing cabinet)
Operating modes (with mixing cabinet)
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Control unit SIReUA1
Overview
Statuswindow
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Main menu
Current settings
Temperature settings
Fan control
System on/off
Installer menu
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Installer menu
Installer status screen
Week program
Fan settings
Heating settings
Filter guard settings
External filter guard
Mixing cabinet
External control (BMS)
General settings
Service menu
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35
35
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36
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Alarm and error codes
Displaying alarm and error codes
Reset alarm
Overheat protection
Power failure
Frost protection function
Wiring diagrams, see last pages
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Constituent parts
SIReFA (without mixing cabinet)
Integrated in fan heater
X5
C2
SIReUA1,
control unit
Competent and
Advanced
Wall unit cover
SIReOTX,
outdoor temperature
sensor
SIReA1X,
PC board HUB Advanced
X4
C1
X3
ROOM
ACTUATOR
230V
PE N L
SUPPLY 230V
SIReIT, internal
temperature
sensor
SIReB1/B2,
integrated PC
Board Base
SIReCC,
modular cable
Dimensions constituent parts
Type
Description
SIReUA1
SIReB1
SIReIT
SIReA1X
SIReOTX
SIReCC603
SIReCC605
Control unit Competent and Advanced
Integrated PC board Base
Internal temperature sensor
PC Board HUB Advanced
Outdoor temperature sensor
Modular cable RJ12 (6/6)
Modular cable RJ12 (6/6)
HxWxD
[mm]
120x70x35
L
[m]
1
202x139x50
70x33x23
3
5
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SIREFAWM (with mixing cabinet)
X5
C2
SIReUA1,
control unit
Competent and
Advanced
X4
C1
X3
ROOM
ACTUATOR
230V
PE N L
SUPPLY 230V
SIReB1/B2,
integrated PC
Board Base
Wall unit cover
SIReIT, internal
temperature
sensor
0
90
90
0
60
30
SIReA1X,
PC board HUB
Advanced
SIReOTX,
outdoor
temperature
sensor
30
60
SMM24,
damper motor
SIReWTA,
clamp-on sensor
SIReCC,
modular cable
Dimensions constituent parts
Type
Description
SIReUA1
SIReB1
SIReIT
SIReA1X
SIReOTX
SMM24
SIReWTA
SIReCC603
SIReCC605
Control unit Competent and Advanced
Integrated PC board Base
Internal temperature sensor
PC Board HUB Advanced
Outdoor temperature sensor
Damper motor 24V
Clamp-on sensor RJ11 (4/4)
Modular cable RJ12(6/6)
Modular cable RJ12 (6/6)
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HxWxD
[mm]
120x70x35
L
[m]
1
202x139x50
70x33x23
241x116x88
3
3
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Option
SIReRTX, external
room temperature
sensor
SIReUR, kit
for recessed
installation
SIReCJ6,
SIReCJ4,
joint piece joint piece
SIReWTA,
clamp-on sensor
SIReCC,
modular cable
Type
RSK-no.
E-no.
Description
HxWxD
SIReRTX
SIReUR*
SIReCJ4
SIReCJ6
SIReWTA
SIReCC603
SIReCC605
SIReCC610
SIReCC615
SIReCC403
SIReCC405
SIReCC410
SIReCC415
673 09 22
673 09 21
87 510 12
87 510 11
70x33x23
114x70x50
673 09 23
673 09 24
673 09 25
673 09 26
673 09 27
673 09 28
673 09 29
673 09 30
87 510 13
87 510 14
87 510 15
87 510 16
87 510 17
87 510 18
87 510 19
87 510 20
External room temperature sensor
Kit for recessed installation
Joint piece for two pcs. RJ11 (4/4)
Joint piece for two pcs. RJ12 (6/6)
Clamp-on sensor RJ11 (4/4)
Modular cable RJ12 (6/6)
Modular cable RJ12 (6/6)
Modular cable RJ12 (6/6)
Modular cable RJ12 (6/6)
Modular cable RJ11 (4/4)
Modular cable RJ11 (4/4)
Modular cable RJ11 (4/4)
Modular cable RJ11 (4/4)
L
[m]
3
5
10
15
3
5
10
15
*) See separate manual.
Max. cable lengths
Modular cable RJ12 (6p/6c) between SIReUA1 and SIReA1X: max. 50 m.
Modular cable RJ12 (6p/6c) between SIReA1X and SIReB1(X): max. 10 m.
Modular cable RJ12 (6p/6c) between two SIReB1(X): max. 50 m.
Modular cable RJ11 (4p/4c) to room sensor SIReRTX: max. 20 m.
Cable for outdoor sensor SIReOTX (not modular): max. 50 m.
Total cable length permitted in the system is a maximum of 300 m.
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Water control - valve kit
SDM24
VMO
TBVCM
AV
Water control - option
VMOP
SDM24
TBVCMP
AV
VAT, adjustment tool for
valve package.
VMT
SDM24
TRVS
Type
RSK-no.
Description
Connection
VMO15LF
VMO15NF
VMO20
VMO25
VMOP15LF
VMOP15NF
VMOP20
VMOP25
VMT15
VMT20
VMT25
VAT
673 09 47
673 09 48
673 09 49
673 09 50
673 09 51
673 09 52
673 09 53
673 09 54
Modulating
Modulating
Modulating
Modulating
Pressure independent and modulating
Pressure independent and modulating
Pressure independent and modulating
Pressure independent and modulating
Three way valve and modulating actuator
Three way valve and modulating actuator
Three way valve and modulating actuator
Adjustment tool for valve package
DN15
DN15
DN20
DN25
DN15
DN15
DN20
DN25
DN15
DN20
DN25
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Operating modes
Operating modes (with mixing cabinet)
Operating modes (without mixing cabinet)
The control is based on two operating modes:
Control is based on the four operating modes:
• Auto
• Thermostat / Manual fan
• Thermostat / Automatic fan
• Manual
Auto
When the set point value is undercut by 0.5 K
the fan starts at speed 1 and the valve motor
starts to open stepless. If a fully open valve is
not sufficient to maintain the temperature,
the fan control increases to a max of step 4.
The difference between the setpoint value and
the room temperature for the fan to increase
one step is set under Heating step diff., see
Installer menu > Settings heating > Heating
step diff.
When Auto is active the fan speed and heating
cannot be changed in the status window.
Thermostat / Manual fan
The thermostat just controls the heating and
the fan runs continually. The fan speed is set
manually. The fan symbol is marked in the
status window, select desired speed with the
rotary dial and confirm.
Thermostat / Automatic fan
The thermostat controls both the heating and
the fan. The fan speed is set manually in the
status window.
[Installer menu > Settings fan > Fan mode.]
Manual
The fan speed and heating is set manually in
the status window. Heating can be set to 3
steps (33%, 66% and 100%). Heating is blocked
by the outdoor temperature, see: [Installer
menu > Settings heating > Outdoor temp.
limit]
Thermostat / Manual fan
Manual
Thermostat / Manual fan
The thermostat just controls the heating and
the fan runs continually. The fan speed is set
manually. The fan symbol is marked in the
status window, select desired speed with the
rotary dial and confirm.
Day mode
In day mode or if no week program is
activated, the fan runs continuously at the
fixed fan control and the damper is open
according to the setting under Day damper
pos.. The heating is controlled via the room
temperature. If the inflow temperature drops
below the set minimum value, heat connects
even if it is sufficiently warm in the premises.
Night mode
Night time (when the week program is
activated or via external signal for night
reduction) the damper is fully closed or
open according to the setting under Night
damper pos. Heating is controlled by the
room temperature and the fan is running
continously.
Manual
The fan speed and heating is set manually in
the status window. Heating can be set to 3
steps (33%, 66% and 100%). Heating is blocked
by the outdoor temperature, see: [Installer
menu > Settings heating > Outdoor temp.
limit]
When the mixing cabinet is activated
the Return temp. sensor SIReWTA is also
activated. If this sensor is not installed an
alarm is indicated. The return temperature
sensor must be installed to reset the alarm
[Settings heating> Return water temp.
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Control unit SIReUA1
Overview
Statuswindow (Auto mode)
IN
19.0
°C
OUT
-5 .0 °C
Statuswindow
Statuswindow (Manual mode)
Forward arrow
Back arrow
IN
19.0 °C
OUT -5.0°C
Rotary dial
Fan speed step
Heating step
Meny
Alarm Red led
Week program
Night
Run signal
Green led
OFF Week program
Out of operation
Explanations
Statuswindow
The display shows prevailing room
temperature, outdoor temperature, fan and
heating step and day, night mode, or Off when
week program is used.
This also displays whether the control is set
to auto mode or manual mode.
Forward arrow
Confirm selection and proceed.
Rotary dial
Scroll between alternatives
Back arrow
Go back.
After three minutes the control unit goes back
to displaying the status window.
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Week program
Day
Statuswindow
For thermostat/manual control of the fan and
heating the relevant symbol is marked in the
status window with the forward arrow. Steps
can then be set, confirm with the forward
arrow. For description, see section Operating
modes.
Press the forward arrow to access the main
menu.
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Main menu
System on/off
Current settings
Switch the whole unit off manually. In Off the
display goes out; as soon as a button is pushed
the display lights and shows System on/off. To
activate the unit again select On.
The unit’s safety functions are still active
when the system is switched off, which means
that the fan can continue to run for a moment
after mode Off has been selected.
Displays set room temp, high speed limit and
week program status.
Main menu
Current settings
Current settings
Temperature settings
Fan control
Room temp. day
Room temp. night
High speed limit
Week program
20°C
18°C
Step 5
No program
Temperature settings
Set the desired room temperatures to apply
for day respectively night mode (room
temperature night is used for week program/
night reduction).
Main menu
Current settings
Temperature settings
Fan control
Main menu>Temperature
settings
Main menu
Main menu>System on/off
Fan control
System on/off
System on/off
Installer menu
•
ON
Installer menu
The installer menu is at the bottom of the
main menu, this is password protected. See
Installer menu in this manual.
Room temp. day
Room temp. night
Factory setting
Room temp. day: 20°C (5 – 35°C)
Room temp. night: 18°C (0 – 20°C)
Main menu
Main menu>Installer menu
Fan control
System on/off
Enter password
Installer menu
0 0 0 0
(See manual)
Fan control
Possibility of limiting high speed mode. In
Auto mode (see fan settings) the fan high
speed limit is set automatically to step 4 in
order to keep the sound level down. If you
wish to further restrict the fan control it can
be done here.
Main menu
Temperature settings
Fan control
System on/off
Main menu>Fan control
Main menu>Fan control
High speed limit
High speed limit
•
Step 5
Factory setting
High speed limit: 5 (1-5)
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Installer menu
To enter the Installer menu, code 1932 is
entered. Select the digits using the rotary dial
and confirm using the forward arrow.
To check which days a certain program is
active, select a week day by pressing the
forward arrow, the program is marked and
those days that the program is used will be
underlined, switch between the programs for
a particular day using the rotary wheel.
Main menu
Main menu>Installer menu
Check program
Fan control
System on/off
Enter password
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
0 0 0 0
(See manual)
Installer menu
Installer status screen
Check the settings. The installer status screen
consists of three pages with settings, scroll
using the rotary dial.
>Installer menu
>Installer status screen
Installer status screen
Week program
Fan settings
Functionality mode
Eco / Comfort mode
Program
Adv.
Comfort2°C
FH4
FF
002 FF
FF
Sat Sun
08:00 Day (1)
18:00 Night (2)
To add program step, select New program
step. Confirm your selection with the forward
arrow. Select Day, Night or Off (if the unit
should not be in operation), set the time
for switch on and then for which days the
program applies, then go to End to finish.
>Installer menu>Week
program
Week program on/off
New program step
Check program
New program step 7/16
Mode
Day
00:00
Tue 10:45
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
Tue 10:45
Sat Sun
Tue 10:45
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
Week program
End
Sat Sun
Tue 10:45
A new program step does not replace a set
time for Day for example, but you can instead
select to change a program step.
To change a program step, select Change
program.
Make settings for week program.
>Installer menu
Installer status screen
Week program
Fan settings
A basic program is pre-entered in SIRe.
Mon-Fri Day from 08:00, Night from 18:00
Sat Day from 10:00, Night from 16:00
Sun Day from 11:00:00, Night from 14:00
>Installer menu>Week
program
Check program
Change program
Remove program
Change program
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
1. 08:00
2. 18:00
3. 10:00
4. 16:00
Day
Night
Day
Night
00:00
Sat Sun
Tue 10:45
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
Tue 10:45
Sat Sun
Tue 10:45
To check which program is set for a particular
day, select Check program and then switch
between the days using the rotary dial.
>Installer menu>Week
program
New program step
Check program
Change program
Check program
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
08:00 Day (1)
18:00 Night (2)
Sat Sun
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
End
The program steps that should not apply
are removed in Remove program. One or all
program steps can be removed in the menu.
To return to the factory set basic program,
select Reset all.
>Installer menu>Week
program
Check program
Change program
Remove program
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Sat Sun
Tue 10:45
Remove program
Remove single
Remove all
Reset all
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Week program is activated by selecting On,
under Week program on/off. In On-mode,
a sun, moon or Off in the Status window
appears to indicate day, night respectively
Off-function.
>Installer menu>Week
program
>Installer menu>Week
program
Week program on/off
New program step
Check program
•
Week program on/off
OFF
Fan settings
Make settings for fan mode (see also
Operating modes section).
Stepless fan control
Settings for stepless fan control.
Fan control can be controlled in 5 steps or
steplessly through external steering from
BMS (0-10V). During stepless control, 0-10V
output (terminal block 1-2 on SIReA1X) is
used, connected to external speed control
(not included). Stepless control is not possible
when a mixing cabinet is used.
>Installer menu>Fan settings
>Installer menu>Fan settings
Fan mode
Stepless fan
Stepless fan
•
OFF
Factory setting
Stepless fan control: Off (On)
>Installer menu
Week program
Fan settings
Heating settings
Heating settings
>Installer menu>Fan settings
>Installer menu>Fan settings
Fan mode
Fan mode
•
Auto
>Installer menu>Fan settings
Fan mode
Thermostat
Manual fan
>Installer menu>Fan settings
Fan mode
Thermostat
Auto fan
>Installer menu>Fan settings
Fan mode
•
Manual
Factory setting
Fan mode: Auto (Thermostat / Manual fan,
Thermostat / Automatic fan, Manual)
Make settings for heating.
>Installer menu
Fan settings
Heating settings
Filter guard settings
Outdoor temp. limit
Blocking heating summer time.
>Installer menu>Heating
settings
Outdoor temp. limit
Eco / Comfort
Heating step diff.
>Installer menu>Heating
settings
Outdoor temp. limit
15°C
•
Factory setting
Outdoor temp. limit: 15°C (5 – 30°C)
Eco / Comfort (without mixing cabinet)
Select Comfort to prioritise temperature and
ventilation comfort.
Select Eco to prioritise low energy
consumption by maximize the outlet
temperature to +32°C
>Installer menu>Heating
settings
Outdoor temp. limit
Eco / Comfort
Heating step diff.
>Installer menu>Heating
settings
Eco / Comfort
•
Comfort mode
Eco mode
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Control with mixing cabinet, with falling outlet
temp
Comfort:
1. Opens the valve gradually to fully open
valve.
2. Gradually closes damper to night mode
3. Slows down the fan.
Eco:
1. Gradually closes damper to night mode
2. Opens the valve gradually to full heating.
3. Slows down the fan.
Max. outlet temp. limit +32°C.
>Installer menu>Heating
settings
When the temperature falls below the set
point value the fan speed increases (the high
speed limit is position 4). Which temperature
difference the speed is to be increased by a
step for is selected in Heating step diff.
Eco / Comfort
Heating step limit
Sensor calibration
>Installer menu>Heating
settings
Heating step limit
•
1.0 K
Factory setting
Heating step diff.: 1.0 K (-10 K – 10 K)
Sensor calibration
If the sensor displays the wrong values these
can be calibrated. Some display errors may
occur, but this is primarily due to the location
(cold/hot surfaces etc). The value + or – adds
to or subtracts from the measured value
(for example +2K gives an increase of the
displayed value of 2 degrees).
>Installer menu>Heating
settings>Sensor calibration
>Installer menu>Heating
settings
Heating step diff.
Sensor calibration
Control range limit
Room temp. sensor
Outdoor temp. sensor
>Installer menu>Heating
settings>Sensor calibration
Room temp. sensor
•
0.0 K
Factory setting
Room temperature sensor: 0.0 K (-10 K – 10
K)
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If there is a demand for the temperature
of the return water not to exceed a certain
value, this function is activated under Return
water temp. A return water temperature
sensor (proximity sensor SIReWTA, option)
must then be installed on the return water
pipe.
Install Return temp. Sensor to Connected
and select max return temperature (15-90 °C)
using the turn wheel. During operation, this
function limits the valve’s degree of opening,
which reduces the flow and the return
temperature.
Sensor calibration
Return water temp.
Stepless heat control
Heating step diff.
>Installer menu>Heating
settings
Return water temp.
Installer menu>Heating
settings>Return water temp.
Installer menu>Heating
settings>Return water temp.
Return temp. sensor
Return temp. limit
Return temp. sensor
•
Not connected
Connected
Installer menu>Heating
settings>Return water temp.
Installer menu>Heating
settings>Return water temp.
Return temp. sensor
Return temp. limit
Return temp. limit
•
OFF
Factory setting
Return temp. sensor: Not connected
(Connected)
Return temp. limit: Off (15 – 90°C)
Stepless heat control
To use Advanced fully, stepless heat control
must be used.
>Installer menu>Heating
settings
Return water temp.
Stepless heat control
Control range limit
>Installer menu>Heating
settings
Stepless heat control
•
ON
Factory setting
Stepless heat control: ON (Off - not
selectable)
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Control range limit
External filter guard
The maximum room temperature that a user
can select is limited to between 5 – 35°C.
If an external filter guard, e.g. a pressure
switch, is used, it is activated under External
filter guard, select On.
>Installer menu>Heating
settings
>Installer menu>Heating
settings
Return water temp.
Stepless heat control
Control range limit
•
35°C
Control range limit
Factory setting
Control range limit temperature: 35°C (5 –
35°C)
>Installer menu
Filter timer setting
External filter guard
Last filter change
Factory setting
External filter guard: Off (On)
Last filter change
Filter guard settings
Filter alarm alarms when the set fixed run
time has been exceeded.
>Installer menu
Heating settings
Filter guard settings
External control
To check the number of run time hours since
the last filter replacement, select Last filter
change. The time is reset when the filter
alarm is reset. If the time is to be reset before
the alarm has gone, switch the filter timer on
and off.
>Installer menu>Filter guard
settings
Filter timer setting
External filter guard
Filter timer setting
Under Filter timer setting, set the desired run
time to between 50 and 9950 hours.
>Installer menu>Filter guard
settings
Last filter change
0h
Last filter change
Mixing cabinet
>Installer menu>Filter guard
settings
Filter timer on/off
Filter timer setting
External filter guard
>Installer menu>Filter guard
settings
Filter timer setting
•
1500 h
When the mixing part is used, it is activated
under Mixing cabinet settings.
>Installer menu
Factory setting
Filter timer setting: 1500 h (50 - 9950 h)
Filter guard settings
Mixing cabinet
External control
>Installer menu>Mixing
cabinet
Mixing cabinet on/off
Factory setting
Mixing cabinet on/off: Off (On)
Filter timer on/off
Filter alarm is activated by selecting On,
under Filter timer on/off.
>Installer menu>Filter guard
settings
Filter timer on/off
Filter timer setting
External filter guard
Factory setting
Filter timer on/off: Off (On)
When the mixing cabinet is activated, more
options are available in the menu under
Mixing cabinet settings.
Min outlet temp.
The outlet temperature must be limited under
Min. outlet temp.
>Installer menu>Mixing
cabinet
Mixing cabinet on/off
Min outlet temp.
Day damper pos.
>Installer menu>Mixing
cabinet
Min outlet temp.
•
15°C
Factory setting
Min outlet temp.: 15°C (5 – 30°C)
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External control (BMS)
Day damper pos.
Desired current damper position daytime.
>Installer menu>Mixing
cabinet
Min outlet temp.
Day damper pos.
Night damper pos.
>Installer menu>Mixing
cabinet
Day damper pos.
100 %
Factory setting
Day damper pos.: 100% (0 – 100%)
Night damper pos.
>Installer menu
Desired current damper position nighttime.
>Installer menu>Mixing
cabinet
Min outlet temp.
Day damper pos.
BMS functions can be activated under
External control.
Activate External on/off (5-30V AC/DC from
BMS) or 0-10V fan control by selecting On
under the respective one. See diagram on
next page and Connecting external control.
>Installer menu>Mixing
cabinet
Night damper pos.
•
0%
Night damper pos.
Factory setting
Night damper pos.: 0% (0 – 100%)
Mixing cabinet
External control
General settings
>Installer menu>External
control
External on/off
0-10V fan control
0-10V heat control
>Installer menu>External
control
External on/off
0-10V fan control
0-10V heat control
>Installer menu>External
control
External on/off
0-10V fan control
0-10V heat control
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8,4
5
7,0
4
5,6
3
4,2
2
2,8
1
1
7,4
6,0
4,6
3,2
2
8,8
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
[V]
7,2
3
5,0
2
7,6
2,8
1
5,4
Diagram: Fan step
at incoming 0-10V DC voltage level, 5 step
3,2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
General settings
Possibility of making general settings that are
also in the Start-up wizard and execute user
reset.
>Installer menu
[V]
Function test
To test the fan and heating steps, run the
function test.
>Installer menu>General
settings
External control
General settings
Support menu
Function test
Start test
Skip test
Change the date, time, language and
temperature unit.
>Installer menu>General
settings
Fan step 1-5
Heating step off-1
>Installer menu>General
settings
Set date
Set time
Set language
>Installer menu>General
settings
Function test
Test completed
Restart test
User reset
User reset (Room temp. day resp. night, high
speed limit) to factory setting.
>Installer menu>General
settings
Function test
User reset
>Installer menu>User reset
Execute user reset?
No
Yes
Service menu
The service menu is password protected and
is used for support in contact with Frico or
authorised installer.
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Alarm and error codes
Power failure
SIRe has different alarms and error codes for
safe and problem free operation.
If alarms or error codes have been indicated
these must be reset in order to return to
normal operation, for example activating the
heating again. Fan mode is active even when,
for example, the over heating alarm has been
indicated.
Note that in case of power failure the time
settings need to be checked, if the time is not
set correctly week program will be affected.
Displaying alarm and error codes
In event of alarm or error the alarm/error
code is shown in the status window. In event
of alarm/error code the unit it applies to is
displayed.
See Table - Alarms and Table – Error codes.
Reset alarm
Note! Before resetting, check that the fault is
rectified and there is nothing to prevent the
unit from being recommissioned!
When the fault is rectified, the alarm is
reset by pressing the forward arrow and
selecting Reset alarm and then confirm.
If several units give an alarm at the same
time, the fact that there are several alarms
is indicated, but only one is shown in the
display. By resetting that alarm the next
alarm can be read.
At the first start up alarm and error codes
can occur, these can usually be reset without
action.
Overheat protection
The overheat protection is designed to limit
the temperature of the heater to a maximum
of +90° C. If the temperature should exceed
95°C e.g. in the event of a faulty valve or
actuator, the fan starts to speed up to keep
the temperature down.
At the same time there is an overheating
alarm A2. At internal temperatures of +100°C
the fan runs at maximum speed.
If the unit cools, heating is automatically
reengaged. The alarm remains in the control
unit’s display. If the unit overheats twice
within an hour, the fan operates until the
alarm is reset.
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Frost protection function
The frost protection function is intended to
prevent the water coil from freezing.
When the fan is in operation the valve
actuator opens the valve at an internal
temperature below +15°C regardless of
whether there is a heating requirement. If the
internal unit temperature continues to drop,
e.g. at low ambient temperatures, insufficient
flow line temperatures, low flow or fault valve
function, the frost protection alarm A3 will be
triggered when the internal unit temperature
drops +5°C. The fan then also stops and when
the mixing cabinet is used the dampers is also
closed.
With return temp. sensor SIReWTA
connected an advanced alarm function
occurs. At return temperatures less than
+15°C the actuator will open regardless of
the heat demand. Alarm is triggered at return
temperature +7°C and the fan also stops.
When the fan is not running there is a heat
retention function that opens the valve when
the water’s return temperature falls below
+25°C regardless of heat demand.
Note! In event of repeated alarms,
overheating alarms and frost protection
alarms, carry out a thorough check and if
the fault cause cannot be found contact
authorised installer or Frico.
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Table - Alarm
Alarm
Cause
Action
A1
Motor
alarm
Thermal switch has deployed.
One or several motors have
overheated. (Only units with
withdrawn thermal switches.)
Check that nothing is obstructing the
unit’s air intake and exhaust. When the
overheated motor has cooled the thermal
switch shuts again and the alarm can
be reset. At repeated alarms, check the
motors, replace damaged motors.
A2
Over heating
alarm
The temperature in the unit
has exceeded the alarm limit
for overheating.
Check that nothing is obstructing the unit’s
air intake and exhaust, the function of the
actuator and valve, flow temperature and
internal temperature sensor.
A3
Frost protection
alarm
The temperature in the unit has
fallen below the alarm limit for frost
protection. (Only applies to units with
internal unit temperature.)
Make sure that the ambient temperature
where the unit is installed exceeds +5°C.
Check the flow temperature, the flow of
hot water and the function of the actuator
and valve. In event of an alarm there a
risk that the battery is damaged, check
carefully for leakage and replace the
battery if damaged.
A4
Filter alarm
Fixed run time before the filter alarm
has been reached.
or the external filter alarm has been
activated.
Replace or clean the filter, adjust any
alarm time based on how dirty the filter
was and reset the alarm.
A5
Ext. alarm
External alarm input on SIReA1X has
been activated.
Check the external alarm.
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Table - Error codes
Error code
Cause
Action
E1
Communication
SIReB1(X) has no contact
with SIReA1X.
Check connection between the
boards. Replace any modular
cables.
E2
ID Error
Two or more SIReB1(X) have
the same ID-number.
Interrupt the current and select
different ID numbers for all
SIReB1(X) in the system.
E3
ID Error
One or more SIReB1(X) do not
have programs.
Contact Frico for support.
E4
Room sensor
error
Fault on or missing external room
sensor SIReRTX connected to
SIReB1(X).
Always disconnect the power
when connecting or disconnecting
sensors. Check connection of the
sensor.
E6
Sensor alarm Return Fault on or missing return
water temp.
water temp. sensor SIReWTA
connected to SIReB1(X).
Always disconnect the power when
connecting or disconnecting sensors.
Check connection of the sensor. If
the sensor is not used, it must not be
activated (see the Settings heating
section)
E8
Internal sensor faults Fault on or missing internal
sensor in the unit.
Check connection of the sensor. If
there is no sensor, contact Frico
for support.
E10
ID Error
Two or more SIReB1(X) in
the system have different
programs.
Contact Frico for support.
E12
Room sensor error
Fault on or missing external
room sensor SIReRTX
connected to SIReA1X.
Always disconnect the
power when connecting or
disconnecting sensors. Check
connection of the sensor.
E14
Outdoor sensor fault Fault on or missing outdoor
temperature sensor SIReOTX
connected to SIReA1X.
Always disconnect the power when
connecting or disconnecting sensors.
Check connection of the sensor.
E20
Communication
Control unit SIReUA1 has no
contact with SIReA1X.
Check the connection. Replace any
modular cables.
E21
Room sensor error
Error in the internal room
sensor in the control unit
SIReUA1.
Check connection between SIReUA1 and
SIReA1X. Replace any modular cables. If
the error is not rectified SIReUA1 must
be replaced.
E23
Soft ware error
Contact Frico for support.
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Connecting external control - including BMS functions
SIReA1X
0-10V DC OUT (max 5 mA)
Signal from SIRe indicates fan
control, corresponds to 0-100% fan
control. Always active.
Operation indication OUT (BMS)
5 6
7 8
9 10
(potential free contact) max 3A,
230V)
Outgoing operation indication.
Always active.
21 22
Operation indication OUT (BMS)
External rpm control 0-10V DC
1112
+ -
Control fan control 0-100%.
Set parameter: >> Installer menu >
External control > 0-10V Fan control
= On
Outgoing alarm indication.
Always active.
Closed = buzzer alarm
Open = no alarm
19 20
Alarm outgoing (BMS) (potentialfree switch, max 3A, 230V)
on/off (potential-free switch)
Closes to activate the night reduction
function. Always active.
(potential free contact)
An external filter guard closes to
indicate an alarm. Set Parameter: >>
Installer menu > Filter guard >
External filter guard = On
External on/off 5-30V AC/DC
15 16
(obligatory)
SIReOTX
External alarm IN
Activates heating. Set parameter:
>> Installer menu > External
control> 0-10V heating control. =
On
External signal activates the unit.
Set parameter: >> Installer menu
> External control > External On/
Off= On
Outdoor temp. sensor
External night reduction
Ext. Heating control 0-10V DC IN
1314
+ -
3 4
+ -
0-10V DC OUT (max 5 mA)
Signal from SIRe indicates connected
heating step. Always active. Control
signal to modulating actuator.
1 2
+ -
Heating indication
21 22
RPM indication
19 20
ALARM OUT (BMS)
ROOM
BUS
(not in use)
External ON/OFF
COM 2
Ext. Heating control 0-10V DC IN
111213 1415 16
+ - + -
Ext. speed ctrl. 0-10V DC IN
COM 1
External alarm IN
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
+ - + -
RPM indication
Heating indication
Outdoor temp. sensor
External night reduction
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C2
Pot.
X5
Unit ID
C1
X4
ROOM
X3
~
N L L
SIReST23024
PE N L
ACTUATOR SUPPLY
COM 2
111213 1415 161718
+ - + -
ROOM
BUS
(not in use)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
+ -
COM 1
SIReA1X
SIReSDM24
SIReWTA
(optional)
Black
Grey
Red
RPM INDICATION
0-10V DC out (max 5 mA)
SIReB1
EXTERNAL SETBACK TEMP.
on/off (potential free contact)
EXTERNAL ALARM IN
(potential free contact)
PE N L
SUPPLY 230V
ACTUATOR
230V
EXTERNAL RPM 0-10V DC IN
X3
ROOM
EXTERNAL HEAT 0-10V DC IN
X4
C1
EXTERNAL ON/OFF
5-30V AC/DC
X5
C2
19 20
21 22
ALARM OUT (BMS)
(potential free contact,
max 3A, 230V)
204
SIReOTX
SIReRTX
(optional)
(Accessories)
BMS INDICATION OUT
(potential free contact
max 3A, 230V)
Wiring diagram - Advanced – without mixing cabinet
SIReUA1
SIRe Advanced Fan Heater Water
Black
Grey
Red
C2
Pot.
X5
Unit ID
C1
X4
~
N L L
ST23024
PE N L
ACTUATOR SUPPLY
ROOM
X3
24V
SDM24
1 2 3 4
+
SMM24
COM 2
111213 1415 161718
+ - + -
ROOM
BUS
(not in use)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
+ -
COM 1
SIReWTA
(Return water temp. sensor)
SIReA1X
EXTERNAL SETBACK TEMP.
on/off (potential free contact)
EXTERNAL ALARM IN
(potential free contact)
PE N L
SUPPLY 230V
ACTUATOR
230V
EXTERNAL RPM 0-10V DC IN
X3
ROOM
EXTERNAL HEAT 0-10V DC IN
SIReB1
X4
C1
EXTERNAL ON/OFF
5-30V AC/DC
X5
C2
19 20
21 22
ALARM OUT (BMS)
(potential free contact,
max 3A, 230V)
Wiring diagram - Advanced – with mixing cabinet
SIReRTX
(optional)
SIReOTX
SIReUA1
SIRe Advanced Fan Heater Water
Black
Grey
Red
Black
Grey
Red
205
206
~
ROOM
X3
ACTUATOR SUPPLY
N L L PE N L
~
ACTUATOR SUPPLY
N L L PE N L
SIReWTA
(optional)
ST23024
SDM24
SDM24
SDM24
Black
Grey
Red
C1
X4
ROOM
X3
~
ACTUATOR SUPPLY
N L L PE N L
PE N L
SUPPLY 230V
ACTUATOR
230V
COM 2
BUS
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
+ -
COM 1
SIReA1X
111213 1415 161718
+ - + -
ROOM
21 22
BMS INDICATION OUT
(potential free contact
max 3A, 230V)
19 20
ALARM OUT (BMS)
(potential free contact,
max 3A, 230V)
C2
Pot.
X5
Unit ID
C1
X4
ROOM
X3
X3
ROOM
Black
Grey
Red
SIReB1
C2
Pot.
X5
Unit ID
C1
X4
X4
C1
Black
Grey
Red
SIReB1
C2
Pot.
X5
Unit ID
SIReB1
X5
C2
Wiring diagram - Advanced – parallel connection
SIReOTX
SIReRTX
(optional)
SIReUA1
SIRe Advanced Fan Heater Water
EXTERNAL ON/OFF, 5-30V AC/DC
EXTERNAL RPM 0-10V DC IN
EXTERNAL HEAT 0-10V DC IN
EXTERNAL ALARM IN
(potential free contact)
EXTERNAL SETBACK TEMP.
on/off (potential free contact)
RPM INDICATION
0-10V DC out (max 5 mA)
Black
Grey
Red
Tel: +46 31 336 86 00
Fax: +46 31 26 28 25
[email protected]
www.frico.se
For latest updated information and information
about your local contact: www.frico.se
Art no: E4442, 2014-04-29 HH/SÅ/CH
Main office
Frico AB
Box 102
SE-433 22 Partille
Sweden
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