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Dimplex SI 37TE Operating instructions
Sole/WasserWärmepumpe für
Innenaufstellung
Installation and
Operating Instructions
English
Instructions d’installation
et d’utilisation
Français
Montage- und
Gebrauchsanweisung
Brine-to-Water
Heat Pump for
Indoor Installation
Bestell-Nr. / Order no. / No de commande : 452234.66.10
Deutsch
SI 24TE
SI 37TE
Pompe à chaleur
eau glycolée-eau
pour installation
intérieure
FD 8609
Table of contents
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Read immediately..........................................................................................................................E-2
1.1 Important Information.............................................................................................................................. E-2
1.2 Legal Provisions and Guidelines ............................................................................................................ E-2
1.3 Energy-Efficient Use of the Heat Pump .................................................................................................. E-2
2
Purpose of the heat pump ............................................................................................................E-2
3
Baseline Unit..................................................................................................................................E-3
4
Accessories ...................................................................................................................................E-3
4.1 Connecting Flanges................................................................................................................................ E-3
5
Transport........................................................................................................................................E-3
6
Installation .....................................................................................................................................E-4
6.1 General Information ................................................................................................................................ E-4
6.2 Sound Emissions .................................................................................................................................... E-4
7
Mounting ........................................................................................................................................E-4
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
8
General Information ................................................................................................................................ E-4
Connection on Heating Side ................................................................................................................... E-4
Connection on Heat Source Side ........................................................................................................... E-4
Electrical Connection .............................................................................................................................. E-4
Commissioning .............................................................................................................................E-5
8.1 General Information ................................................................................................................................ E-5
8.2 Preparatory Steps................................................................................................................................... E-5
8.3 Commissioning Procedure...................................................................................................................... E-5
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Care/Cleaning ................................................................................................................................E-6
9.1 Care ........................................................................................................................................................ E-6
9.2 Cleaning og Heating Side ....................................................................................................................... E-6
9.3 Cleaning of Heat Source Side ................................................................................................................ E-6
10 Malfunctions / Troubleshooting ...................................................................................................E-6
11 Decommissioning / Disposal .......................................................................................................E-6
12 Equipment Data .............................................................................................................................E-7
Anhang / Appendix / Annexes ............................................................................................................ A-I
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English
2.1 Application .............................................................................................................................................. E-2
2.2 Principle of Operation ............................................................................................................................. E-2
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1
Read immediately
1.1
Important Information
ATTENTION!
Any work on the heat pump may only be performed by an authorised and
qualified customer service.
ATTENTION!
The heat pump must not be tilted more than max. 45° (in either direction).
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ATTENTION!
1.3
Energy-Efficient Use of the
Heat Pump
By operating this heat pump you contribute to the protection of
our environment. A prerequisite for an efficient operation is the
proper design and sizing of the heating system and the heat
source system. In particular, it is important to keep water flow
temperatures as low as possible. All energy consumers connected should therefore be suitable for low flow temperatures. A
1 K higher heating water temperature corresponds to an increase
in power consumption of approx. 2.5 %. Low-temperature heating systems with flow temperatures between 30 °C and 50 °C are
optimally suited for energy-efficient operation.
The transport securing devices must be removed prior to commissioning.
ATTENTION!
The heating system must be flushed prior to connecting the heat pump.
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ATTENTION!
The supplied strainer must be fitted in the heat source inlet of the heat
pump in order to protect the evaporator against the ingress of impurities.
ATTENTION!
The brine solution must contain at least 25 % of an antifreeze agent on a
mono-ethylene glycol or propylene glycol basis and must be mixed prior
to filling.
ATTENTION!
The clockwise phase sequence must be observed when connecting the
load lines (the heat pump will deliver no output and will be very noisy
when the phase sequence is incorrect).
ATTENTION!
Commissioning is to be effected in accordance with the installation and
operating manual of the heat pump controller.
ATTENTION!
To prevent the accumulation of deposits (e.g. rust) we recommend using
a suitable corrosion protection system.
ATTENTION!
Disconnect all electrical circuits from the power supply before opening
the enclosure.
1.2
Legal Provisions and
Guidelines
This heat pump conforms to all relevant DIN/VDE regulations
and EU directives. For details refer to the EC Declaration of Conformity in the appendix.
The electrical connection of the heat pump must be performed
according to and conforming with all relevant VDE, EN and IEC
standards. Beyond that, the connection requirements of the local
utility companies have to be observed.
The heat pump is to be connected to the heat source and heat
distribution systems in accord-ance with all applicable provisions.
ATTENTION!
Any work on the heat pump may only be performed by an authorised and
qualified customer service.
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2.1
Purpose of the heat
pump
Application
The brine-to-water heat pump is designed for use in existing or
newly built heating systems. Brine is used as the heat carrier in
the heat source system. Ground coils, ground collectors or similar systems can be used as the heat source.
2.2
Principle of Operation
The heat generated by the sun, wind and rain is stored in the
ground. This heat stored in the ground is collected at low temperature by the brine circulating in the ground collector, ground coil
or similar device.
A circulating pump then conveys the warmed brine to the evaporator of the heat pump. There, the heat is given off to the refrigerant in the refrigeration cycle. When so doing, the brine cools so
that it can again take up heat energy in the brine circuit.
The refrigerant is drawn in by the electrically driven compressor,
is compressed and "pumped" to a higher temperature level. The
electrical power needed to run the compressor is not lost in this
process, but most of the generated heat is transferred to the refrigerant.
Subsequently, the refrigerant is passed through the condenser
where it transfers its heat energy to the heating water. Based on
the thermostat setting, the heating water is thus heated to up to
60 °C.
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Baseline Unit
4
The baseline unit consists of a heat pump, ready for connection,
for indoor installation, complete with sheet metal cabinet, control
box and integrated controller. The refrigeration cycle contains the
refrigerant R404A. Refrigerant R404A is CFC-free, non-ozone
depleting and non-combustible.
All components required for the operation of the heat pump are
located in the control box. A sensor for the external wall temperature including mounting hardware as well as a strainer are supplied with the heat pump. The voltage supply for the load and
control current must be provided by the customer.
The control wire of the brine pump (to be provided by the customer) is to be connected to the control box. When so doing, a
motor protecting device is to be installed, if required.
The collector including the brine manifold must be provided by
the customer.
Accessories
4.1
Connecting Flanges
The use of flat-sealing connecting flanges allows the unit, as an
option, to be connected by means of flanges.
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Transport
For the transport by means of a hand truck or boiler trolley, position the latter under the front end of the unit below the transport
security device.
For transport on a level surface, the unit can be lifted from the
rear or from the front by means of a lift truck or forklift. In this
case, the transport securing device is not imperative.
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After the transport, the transport securing device is to be removed on either side at the bottom of the unit.
ATTENTION!
The transport securing device is to be removed prior to commissioning.
1)
Control
2)
Evaporator
3)
Condenser
4)
Compressor
5)
Transport securing devices
6)
Filter drier
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To remove the panelling, open the individual covers by unscrewing the respective turn-lock fasteners and then gently tilting the
covers away from the device. Then lift them up out of the mountings.
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6
6
Installation
6.1
General Information
As a rule, the unit must be installed indoors on a level, smooth
and horizontal surface. The entire base frame should make full
contact with the surface in order to ensure adequate sound insulation. Failing this, additional sound insulation measures may become necessary.
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The heat pump should be installed to allow easy maintenance/
service access. This is ensured if a clearance of approx. 1 m in
front of the heat pump is maintained.
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Heating water minimum flow rate
The heating water minimum flow rate through the heat pump
must be assured in all operating states of the heating system.
This can be accomplished, for example, by installing a differential
pressure-free manifold or an overflow valve. The procedure for
setting an overflow valve is described in the Chapter Commissioning.
Frost protection for installations prone to frost
Provided the controller and heating circulating pumps are ready
for operation, the frost protection feature of the controller is active. If the heat pump is taken out of service or in the event of a
power failure, the system has to be drained. In heat pump installations where a power failure cannot be readily detected (holiday
house), the heating circuit must contain a suitable antifreeze
product.
7.3
Connection on Heat Source
Side
The following procedure must be observed when making the
connection:
Connect the brine line to the flow and return pipe of the heat
pump.
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6.2
Sound Emissions
The heat pump offers silent operation due to efficient sound insulation. Any vibration transmission to the foundation or the heating
system can be largely prevented by internal sound decoupling
measures.
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Mounting
7.1
General Information
The following connections need to be estab-lished on the heat
pump:
„ supply/return flow of the brine system
The hydraulic plumbing diagram must be observed here.
ATTENTION!
The supplied strainer must be fitted in the heat source inlet of the heat
pump in order to protect the evaporator against the ingress of impurities.
In addition, a microbubble deaerator must be installed in the
heat source system.
The brine liquid must be produced prior to charging the system.
The brine concentration must be at least 25 %. Freeze protection
down to -14°C can thus be ensured.
Only antifreeze products on the basis of mono-ethylene glycol or
propylene glycol may be used.
The heat source system must be vented (de-aerated) and
checked for leaks.
ATTENTION!
The brine solution must contain at least 25 % of an antifreeze agent on a
mono-ethylene glycol or propylene glycol basis and must be mixed prior
to filling.
„ supply/return flow of the heating system
„ power supply
7.2
Connection on Heating Side
ATTENTION!
The heating system must be flushed prior to connecting the heat pump.
Before completing the heat pump connections on the heating
water side, the heating installation must be flushed in order to remove any impurities that may be present, as well as residues of
sealing material, and the like. Any accumulation of deposits in
the condenser may result in a total failure of the heat pump.
Once the installation on the heating side has been completed,
the heating system must be filled, de-aerated and pressuretested.
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7.4
Electrical Connection
The following electrical connections must be established on the
heat pump:
„ Connection of the control wire to terminals X1: L/N/PE in the
control box of the heat pump.
„ Connection of the load wire to terminals X5: L1/L2/L3/PE in
the control box of the heat pump.
„ Connection of the brine pump (to be supplied by the customer) to terminal PE and pump contactor K5: 2/4/6 on the
control panel of the HP.
All electrical components required for the operation of the heat
pump are located in the control box.
8.3
An automatic circuit-breaker with simultaneous tripping of all external conductors is to be provided in the load power supply. The
circuit-breaker must be an all-pole disconnect device with a contact gap of at least 3 mm. The same applies to any additional disable contactors that may be required, e.g. during shut-off periods
imposed by the utility company. The required cross-sectional
area of the conductors is to be selected according to the power
consumption of the heat pump, the technical connection requirements of the relevant utility company and all applicable regulations. Power consumption data of the heat pump is provided in
the product literature and on the nameplate. The terminals are
designed for a max. conductor cross-section of 35 mm².
ATTENTION!
The clockwise phase sequence must be observed when connecting the
load lines (the heat pump will deliver no output and will be very noisy
when the phase sequence is incorrect).
8.2
Preparatory Steps
Prior to commissioning, the following items need to be checked:
„ All connections of the heat pump must have been made as
described in Chapter 7.
„ The heat source system and the heating circuit must have
been filled and checked.
„ The strainer must have been fitted in the sole inlet of the
heat pump.
„ In the brine and heating circuits all valves that might impair
the proper flow must be open.
„ The settings of the heat pump controller must be adapted to
the heating installation in accordance with the instructions
contained in the controller's operating manual.
8.3
Commissioning Procedure
The start-up of the heat pump is effected via the heat pump controller.
ATTENTION!
Commissioning is to be effected in accordance with the installation and
operating manual of the heat pump controller.
Where an overflow valve is fitted to assure the minimum heating
water flow rate, the valve must be set in accordance with the requirements of the heating installation. An incorrect setting may
result in various error symptoms and an increased elec-tric
power consumption. To correctly set the overflow valve, the following procedure is recommended:
Close all of the heating circuits which may also be closed during
operation (depending on the type of heat pump usage) so that
the least favourable operating state - with respect to the water
flow rate - is achieved. Normally, these heating circuits are those
of the rooms located on the south and west sides of buildings. At
least one heating circuit must remain open (e.g. bathroom).
The power cable must be run through the guide tubes, inserted
into the side of the control box and secured by means of the
strain relief.
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8.1
Commissioning
General Information
To ensure proper commissioning it should be carried out by a
customer service authorised by the manufacturer. This will lead,
under certain circumstances, to an extension of the warranty period (cf. Warranty).
The overflow valve is to be opened to such an extent that based
on the current heat source temperature the maximum temperature difference between heating supply and return flow temperature is obtained, as indicated in the table below. The temperature difference should be measured as closely to the heat pump
as possible. In mono-energetic systems, the electric heating element is to be deactivated.
Heat source
temperature
max. difference between heating
supply and return temperature
from
to
-5° C
0° C
1° C
5° C
11 K
6° C
9° C
12 K
13 K
10 K
10° C
14° C
15° C
20° C
14 K
21° C
25° C
15 K
Any malfunctions occurring during operation are displayed on the
heat pump controller and can be corrected as described in the
operating manual of the heat pump controller.
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For more detailed instructions concerning the connection and
functioning of the heat pump controller (e.g. the supplied external
wall sensor) please refer to the enclosed operating manual of the
controller.
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9
Care/Cleaning
9.1
Care
The heat pump is maintenance-free. To prevent malfunctions
due to sediments in the heat exchangers, care must be taken
that no im-purities can enter the heat source system and the
heating installation. In the event that operating malfunctions due
to contamination occur nevertheless, the system should be
cleaned as described below.
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9.2
Cleaning og Heating Side
The ingress of oxygen into the heating water circuit, in particular
if it contains steel components, may result in the formation of oxidation products (rust). These can enter the heating system via
valves, circulating pumps or plastic tubing. It is therefore important - in particular with respect to the piping of underfloor heating
systems - that the installation be executed in a diffusion-proof
manner.
ATTENTION!
To prevent the accumulation of deposits (e.g. rust) we recommend using
a suitable corrosion protection system.
In the case of severe contamination leading to a reduction in the
performance of the condenser in the heat pump, the system must
be cleaned by a heating technician.
Based on current knowledge, we recommend cleaning with a
5% phosphoric acid solution or, in the case that cleaning needs
to be performed more frequently, with a 5% formic acid solution.
In either case, the cleaning fluid should be at room temperature.
It is recommended that the heat exchanger be cleaned in the direction opposite to the normal flow direction.
To prevent acidic cleaning agents from entering the circuit of the
heating installation we recommend that the flushing device be fitted directly to the supply and return lines of the condenser of the
heat pump.
Thereafter the system must be thoroughly flushed using appropriate neutralising agents in order to prevent any damage caused
by cleaning agent residues that may still be present in the system.
All acids must be used with great care, all relevant regulations of
the employers' liability insurance associations must be adhered
to.
If in doubt, contact the manufacturer of the chemicals!
9.3
Cleaning of Heat Source Side
ATTENTION!
The supplied strainer must be fitted in the heat source inlet of the heat
pump in order to protect the evaporator against the ingress of impurities.
The filter screen of the strainer should be cleaned one day after
commissioning, thereafter every week. If no more contamination
can be noticed any more, the strainer filter can be removed in
order to reduce pressure losses.
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10 Malfunctions /
Troubleshooting
This heat pump is a quality product and designed for trouble- and
maintenance-free operation. In the event that a malfunction occurs nevertheless, it will be indicated on the display of the heat
pump controller. Simply consult the Malfunctions and Troubleshooting table contained in the in-stallation and operating manual of the heat pump controller (manager).
If you cannot correct the malfunction yourself, please contact the
after-sales service agent in charge.
ATTENTION!
All work on the heat pump may only be performed by an authorised an
qualified after-sales service.
ATTENTION!
Disconnect all electrical circuits from the power supply before opening
the enclosure.
11 Decommissioning /
Disposal
Before removing the heat pump, disconnect the unit from the
power source and close all valves.
Environment-relevant requirements regarding the recovery, recycling and disposal of service fuels and components in accordance with all relevant standards must be adhered to. Particular
attention must hereby be paid to the proper disposal of refrigerants and refrigeration oils.
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12 Equipment Data
Type and order code
SI 24TE
2
Design
2.1
Degree of protection according to EN 60 529
2.2
Installation location
3
Performance data
3.1
Operating temperature limits:
IP 21
IP 21
Indoors
Indoors
Heating water flow
°C
up to 60
up to 60
Brine (heat source)
°C
-5 to +25
-5 to +25
Monoethylene glycol
Monoethylene glycol
Antifreeze
Minimum brine concentration (-13 °C freezing temperature)
3.2
Temperature spread of heating water (flow/return flow) at B0 / W35K
3.3
Heat output / COP
at B-5 / W55 1
at B0 / W45 1
at B0 / W50 1
at B0 / W35 1
3.4
SI 37TE
25%
25%
9.4
5.0
kW / ---
2
19.7 / 2.3
kW / ---
3
9.3 / 2.1
kW / ---
2
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9.8
5.0
28.9 / 2.4
12.1 / 2.2
22.3 / 3.1
33.0 / 3.3
kW / ---
3
kW / ---
2
22.7 / 2.9
kW / ---
3
10.8 / 2.7
kW / ---
2
24.0 / 4.3
23.7 / 4.1
37.2 / 4.6
35.4 / 4.3
kW / ---
3
12.5 / 4.4
12.7 / 4.3
17.0 / 4.2
18.3 / 4.5
11.3 / 3.1
13.4 / 2.8
34.3 / 3.1
13.1 / 2.4
Sound power level
dB(A)
3.5
Sound pressure level at a distance of 1 m
dB(A)
3.6
Heating water flow with an internal pressure differential of m³/h / Pa
2.2 / 3100
4.0 / 9800
3.2 / 1650
6.0 / 5100
3.7
Brine throughput with an internal pressure differential (heat source) of
m³/h / Pa
5.6 / 13000
5.6 / 13000
8.5 / 10000
8.5 / 10000
3.8
Refrigerant; total filling weight
4
Dimensions, connections and weight
4.1
Device dimensions without connections 4
H x W x L mm
4.2
Device connections to heating system
4.3
Device connections to heat source
4.4
Weight of the transportable unit(s) incl. packing
kg
5
Electrical connection
5.1
Nominal voltage; fuse protection
V/A
5.2
Nominal power consumption 1 B0 W35
kW
5.3
Starting current with soft starter
A
5.4
Nominal current B0 W35 / cos ϕ 2
A / ---
6
Complies with the European safety regulations
7
Additional model features
7.1
Water in device protected against freezing 6
7.2
Performance levels
7.3
type / kg
R404A / 3.7
R404A / 6.8
1660 x 1000 x 775
1660 x 1000 x 775
Inch
G 1 1/4'' internal/external
G 1 1/4'' internal/external
Inch
G 1 1/2'' internal/external
G 2'' internal/external
282
371
Controller internal/external
400 / 20
5.61
400 / 20
5.81
7.96
20
10.12 / 0.8
8.17
26
10.48 / 0.8
14.40 / 0.8
14.92 / 0.8
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2
Internal
Internal
1. This data indicates the size and capacity of the system. For an analysis of the economic and energy efficiency of the system, both the bivalence point and the regulation should
also be taken into consideration. The specified values, e.g. B10 / W55, have the following meaning: Heat source temperature 10 °C and heating water flow temperature 55 °C.
2. Operation with 2 compressor
3. Operation with 1 compressors
4. Note that additional space is required for pipe connections, operation and maintenance.
5. See CE declaration of conformity
6. The heat circulating pump and the heat pump controller must always be ready for operation.
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Anhang / Appendix / Annexes
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Maßbilder / Dimensioned drawings / Schémas cotés............................................................... A-II
1.1 Maßbild / Dimensioned drawing / Schéma coté SI 24TE ....................................................................... A-II
1.2 Maßbild / Dimensioned drawing / Schéma coté SI 37TE ...................................................................... A-III
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Diagramme / Schematics / Diagrammes ................................................................................... A-IV
2.1 Kennlinien / Schematics / Courbes caractéristiques SI 24TE................................................................A-IV
2.2 Kennlinien / Schematics / Courbes caractéristiques SI 37TE.................................................................A-V
3
Stromlaufpläne / Wiring diagrams / Schémas électriques ...................................................... A-VI
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
4
Steuerung / Control / Commande ..........................................................................................................A-VI
Last / Load / Charge .............................................................................................................................A-VII
Anschlussplan / Terminal diagram / Schéma de branchement ...........................................................A-VIII
Legende / Legend / Légende.................................................................................................................A-IX
Hydraulisches Prinzipschema / Hydraulic block diagrams / Schéma hydraulique ............... A-X
4.1 Darstellung / Schematic view / Représentation schématique .................................................................A-X
4.2 Legende / Legend / Légende.................................................................................................................A-XI
Konformitätserklärung / Declaration of Conformity / Déclaration de conformité ................ A-XII
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3 Stromlaufpläne / Wiring diagrams / Schémas
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3.1
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Drahtbrücke, muss bei Einsatz eines EVU-Sperrschützes entfernt werden
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Pressostat Niederdruck-Sole
Thermostat Warmwasser (alternativ zu R3)
Thermostat Schwimmbadwasser
Tauchheizkörper Warmwasser
2. Wärmeerzeuger (Heizkessel oder Elektr.-Heizstab)
Lastsicherung für N1-Relaisausgänge an J12 und
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Lastsicherung für N1-Relaisausgänge an J15 bis
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Pressostat Hochdruck
Pressostat Niederdruck
Leuchte Störfernanzeige
Klemmensteckverbinder an N1
Wire jumper, must be removed when an A2 utility
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Wire jumper, must be removed if 2nd disable input
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Wire jumper, must be removed when a motor protection contact is used for the compressor
Pressostat low pressure, brine
Thermostat, hot water (as an alternative to R3)
Thermostat, swimming pool water
Immersion heater, hot water
Suppl. heating system (boiler or electr. heating system)
Load fuse for N1 relay outputs across J12 and
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Load fuse for N1 relay outputs across J15 to
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Pressostat, high pressure
Pressostat, low pressure
Lamp, remote fault indicator
Terminal connector at N1
K1
K3
K5
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K12*
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Schütz Verdichter 2
Schütz Primärpumpe (PUP)
Elektron. Relais für H5 (auf N11)
Elektron. Relais für M19 (auf N11)
Schütz 2. Wärmeerzeuger
Schütz Flanschheizkörper Warmwasser
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M3
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N8
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R1
R2
R3*
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SPR-Hilfsschütz (siehe A2)
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Primärpumpe
Heizungsumwälzpumpe
Heizungsumwälzpumpe 2. Heizkreis
Zusatzumwälzpumpe
Warmwasserumwälzpumpe
Schwimmbadwasserumwälzpumpe
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Mischer 2. Heizkreis
Wärmepumpenregler
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Relaisbaugruppe
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Außenfühler
Rücklauffühler
Warmwasserfühler (alternativ zum Warmwasserthermostat)
Fühler für 2. Heizkreis
Eingefrierschutzfühler
Kodierwiderstand 8k2
Vorlauffühler
Sicherheitstrenntransformator 230/24 VAC-28VA
Contactor, compressor 1
Contactor, compressor 2
Contactor for primary pump (PUP)
Electron. relay for H5 (at N11)
Electron. relay for M19 (at N11)
Contactor, suppl. heating system
Contactor for elect. flange heater for domestic hot
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Utility company disable contactor (see A1)
SPR auxiliary contactor (see A2)
Compressor 1
Compressor 2
Primary pump
Heating circulating pump
Heating circulating pump for heating circuit 2
Suppl. circulating pump
Hot water circulating pump
Swimming pool circulating pump
Mixer, principal circuit
Mixer, heating circuit 2
Heat pump controller
Soft start control for compr. 1
Soft start control for compr. 2
Relay module
Operating element
Motor protection feature M11
External sensor
Return sensor
Hot water sensor (as an alternative to hot water
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Sensor for heating circuit 2
Freeze protection sensor
Coding resistor 8k2
Flow sensor
Safety isolating transformer 230/24 VAC-28VA
Klemmenleiste Netz-Last 3L/PE-400VAC 50Hz /
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Klemmenleiste 24 VAC-Verteiler
Klemmenleiste GND-Verteiler für Sensoren
Anschlussdose Kurbelwannenheizung
Terminal strip for mains load 3L/PE 400VAC-50Hz /
control L/N/PE-230VAC-50Hz / fuses / N and PE
terminal blocks
Terminal strip 24 VAC-terminal block
Terminal strip GND terminal block for sensors
Outlet for crankcase heater
Enlever le cavalier à fil si un contacteur de coupure
du fournisseur d'énergie est utilisé
Retirer le cavalier à fil lors de l’*utilisation de la
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Retirer le cavalier à fil si utilisation d'un contact de
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Pressostat basse pression eau glycolée
Thermostat eau chaude (alternative R3)
Thermostat eau de piscine
Thermoplongeur eau chaude
2ème générateur de chaleur (chaudière ou cartouche chauffante électr.)
Coupe-circuit de la charge pour sorties de relais en
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Pressostat haute pression
Pressostat basse pression
Lampe témion télédétection des pannes
Connecteur à fiches pour borne de connexion en
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Contacteur compresseur 1
Contacteur compresseur 2
Contacteur pompe primaire (PUP)
Relais électron. pour H5 (sur N11)
Relais électron. pour M19 (sur N11)
Contacteur 2ème générateur de chaleur
Contacteur corps de chauffe à bride élect. eau
chaude
Contacteur EDF (voir A1)
Relais auxiliaire „SPR“ (voir A2)
Compresseur 1
Compresseur 2
Pompe primaire
Circulateur de chauffage
Circulateur de chauffage 2ème circuit de chauffage
Circulateur d’appoint
Circulateur d’eau chaude
Circulateur d’eau de piscine
Mélangeur circuit principal
Mélangeur 2ème circuit de chauffage
Régulateur de pompe à chaleur
Commande de démarrage progressif compr. 1
Commande de démarrage progressif compr. 2
Boîtier de relais
Commande
Protection moteur M11
Sonde extérieur
Sonde retour chauffage
Sonde eau chaude (alternative au thermostat eau
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Sonde pour 2ème circuit de chauffage
Sonde antigel
Résistance avec code des couleurs 8,2 kOhm
Sonde aller
Transformateur de coupure de sécurité 230/24
VAC-28VA
Bornier charge réseau 3L/PE400VAC-50Hz / commande L/N/PE-230VAC-50Hz / fusibles / distr. N et
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Bornier 24 VAC - répartiteur
Bornier GND - répartiteur pour sondes
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Zusätzlicher Sperreingang
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Mischer ZU
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Abbreviations:
Utility company disable input
Supplementary disable input
Mixer OPEN
Mixer CLOSED
Components to be supplied by the customer, available as accessories
Abréviations :
Entrée de coupure courant du fournisser de courant
Entrée de coupure complémentaire
Mélangeur OUVERT
Mélangeur FERME
Pièces fournies par le client (disponibles comme
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4
4 Hydraulisches Prinzipschema / Hydraulic block
diagrams / Schéma hydraulique
4.1
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Darstellung / Schematic view / Représentation schématique
4.2
Legende / Legend / Légende
Rückschlagventil
Check valve
Clapet anti-retour
Absperrventil
Shutoff valve
Robinet d’arrêt
Dreiwegemischer
Three-way mixer
Mélangeur 3 voies
Umwälzpumpe
Circulating pump
Circulateur
Ausdehnungsgefäß
Expansion vessel
Vase d´expansion
Absperrventil mit Rückschlagventil
Shutoff valve with check valve
Robinet d’arrêt avec clapet anti-retour
Sicherheitsventilkombination
Safety valve combination
Groupe de valves de sécurité
Wärmeverbraucher
Heat consumer
Consommateur de chaleur
Temperaturfühler
Temperature sensor
Sonde de température
Flexibler Anschlussschlauch
Flexible connection hose
Tuyau de raccord flexible
Sole/Wasser-Wärmepumpe
Brine-to-water heat pump
Pompe à chaleur eau glycolée/eau
Wärmepumpenmanager
Heat pump manager
Gestionnaire de pompe à chaleur
Pufferspeicher
Buffer tank
Réservoir tampon
Warmwasserspeicher
Hot water cylinder
Ballon d’eau chaude
Wärmequelle
Heat source
Source de chaleur
E9
Tauchheizkörper Warmwasser
Immersion heater hot water
électrique eau chaude
M11
Primärumwälzpumpe
Primary circulating pump
Circulateur primaire
M13
Heizungsumwälzpumpe
Heat circulating pump
Circulateur de chauffage
M15
Heizungsumwälzpumpe 2. Heizkreis
Heat circulating pump of heating circuit 2
Circulateur de chauffage 2e circuit de
chauffage
M16
Zusatzumwälzpumpe
Auxiliary circulating pump
Circulateur supplémentaire
M18
Warmwasserumwälzpumpe
Hot water circulating pump
Circulateur d’eau chaude
M21
Mischer 3. Heizkreis
Mixer for heating circuit 3
Mélangeur 3e circuit de chauffage
M22
Mischer 2. Heizkreis
Mixer for heating circuit 2
Mélangeur 2e circuit de chauffage
N1
Regeleinheit
Control unit
Unité de régulation
R1
Außenwandfühler
External wall sensor
Sonde de paroi extérieure
R2
Rücklauffühler
Return flow sensor
Sonde retour chauffage
R3
Warmwasserfühler
Hot water sensor
Sonde d’eau chaude
R5
Fühler 2. Heizkreis
Sensor for heating circuit 2
Sonde 2e circuit de chauffage
R13
Fühler 3. Heizkreis
Sensor for heating circuit 3
Sonde 3e circuit de chauffage
EV
Elektroverteilung
Electrical distribution system
Distributeur courant électrique
KW
Kaltwasser
Cold water
Eau froide
WW
Warmwasser
Hot water
Eau chaude
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5 Konformitätserklärung / Declaration of Conformity /
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Glen Dimplex Deutschland GmbH
Geschäftsbereich Dimplex
Am Goldenen Feld 18
D-95326 Kulmbach
Irrtümer und Änderungen vorbehalten.
Subject to alterations and errors.
Sous réserve d’erreurs et modifications.
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