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Atlantic ODYSSEO 2 User manual
WARRANTY CERTIFICATE
MAINTENANCE AND USER MANUAL - WARRANTY
TO BE KEPT BY THE USER OF THE APPLIANCE
ODYSSEO 2
ODYSSEO 2
HEAT PUMP WATER HEATER USING NON-HEATED AIR
HEAT PUMP WATER HEATER USING NON-HEATED AIR
Duration of the warranty*
- Water heater (cylinder): 5 years in domestic installations
3 years in commercial installation
- Electric elements and components parts: 2 years in domestic installations
1 year in commercial installations
The warranty covering service items, or replacement unit, expires at the end of the original
purchase warranty period.
* see details about warranty conditions and exclusions inside the user manual
EN
FOR INFORMATION, REPAIRS AND SERVICE
CALL: AUSTRALIA : 1800 677 857
NEW ZEALAND : 0800 422 000
FOR WARRANTY REGISTRATION:
REGISTER AT: AUSTRALIA - www.atlantics.com.au
NEW ZEALAND - www.atlantics.co.nz
GUIDE
TO BE KEPT
BY THE USER
WIRING DIAGRAM
WIRING DIAGRAM
STARTING YOUR
HEAT PUMP
WATER HEATER
MAINTAINING YOUR
HEAT PUMP
WATER HEATER
In order to protect the tank against corrosion,
the water heater must remain switched on at all times.
The wires in the electric cable are crimped. If you need to cut them, remember to crimp
them again before connecting to the electric power supply.
Electric
panel
Active – brown
Neutral –blue
FOR TIME CLOCK CONTROL - TIME OF USE TARIFF:
240 volt supply with 2 amp protection connected to the black auxiliary wire and the time clock programmed
in accordance with the time of use tariff hours. Set HCHP parameter to ON, see page 15 setting the regulation.
FOR ACI PROTECTION:
The HPWH must remain connected to the permanent power supply at all times so that the operation of the
(ACI) anti-corrosion protection of the water heater is ensured.
For more information
Please refer to the «Electric connections» and «Getting started» chapters in this manual.
1
Permanent power supply
8
1,800W steatite backup
15
Fan
2
Off-peak hours cable
9
Pocket
16
Fan condenser
3
Regulation
10
Mechanical safety device
17
Safety pressure switch
4
Incoming air sensor
11
Hot gas solenoid
18
Safety horn
5
Evaporator sensor
12
Compressor condenser
19
Heat pump shells
6
Pocket sensor
13
Compressor
7
Anti-corrosion protection
14
Low-speed condenser
Contents
Important recommendations....................................................................................................... 2
Transportation & Storage ...................................................................................................................... 2
Safety instructions ................................................................................................................................. 2
Presentation of the product ........................................................................................................ 3
How it works ........................................................................................................................................... 3
Technical characteristics ...................................................................................................................... 4
Dimensions / components .................................................................................................................... 5
Installation .................................................................................................................................... 6
Selecting the location ............................................................................................................................ 6
Installing the product............................................................................................................................. 9
Hydraulic connection............................................................................................................................. 9
Air connections. ................................................................................................................................... 11
Electric connections ............................................................................................................................ 12
Getting started...................................................................................................................................... 14
Use............................................................................................................................................... 16
Control panel ........................................................................................................................................ 16
Description of the pictograms: ........................................................................................................... 16
Description of the modes .................................................................................................................... 17
Adapting the mode of your appliance to your needs ....................................................................... 19
Recommendations – Maintenance & Repairs ......................................................................... 20
Document reference : 112 30 618 C
Controlled : Mars 2012
Advice for users ................................................................................................................................... 20
Domestic maintenance ........................................................................................................................ 20
Maintenance by a qualified professional ........................................................................................... 21
Troubleshooting . ................................................................................................................................. 22
Fault diagnosis for professionals....................................................................................................... 23
After-sales............................................................................................................................................. 25
Warranty Conditions ............................................................................................................................ 26
Warranty Exclusions............................................................................................................................ 26
Good, compliant installation Guidelines : Atlantics Europe : ......................................................... 27
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Important recommendations
Transportation & Storage
The product can be inclined at 90° on one side. This side is clearly shown by a sign on
the packaging. It is forbidden to incline the product on the other sides. An indicator
shows whether the product has been transported and handled according to our
recommendations. You are advised to make sure that these recommendations are
followed. If the inclination indicator is red, our warranty is null and void. We cannot
be held liable for any faults in the product resulting from transporting or handling the
product in a manner that does not comply with our recommendations.
It is strictly forbidden to stack this product.
Acceptable positions
Forbidden positions
Safety instructions
Installing and starting up heat pump water heaters may be hazardous due to high pressure and live parts.
The heat pump water heater must be installed, started up and maintained by trained and qualified
personnel only.
This device is not intended for use by persons (including children) with physical, sensory or mental
disability, or by persons lacking experience or knowledge, unless they have received from a person in
charge of their safety adequate supervision or preliminary instructions on how to use the device. Care must
be taken at all times to keep children from playing with the device.
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Presentation of the product
How it works
The heat pump water heater uses unheated air to prepare domestic hot water.
Heat energy extracted from the ambient air is absorbed by the refrigerant through heat transfer at the
Evaporator. This energy is concentrated by the Compressor and then transferred by the Condenser into
the hot water tank. This cycle is repeated after the refrigerant has cooled. A low energy fan ensures
ambient air movement across the Evaporator.
AIR
The air is propelled through the appliance
by a fan, which ventilates the various parts,
including the evaporator.
As it passes through the evaporator, the
coolant evaporates and absorbs calories
from the incoming air.
Tank
The compressor compresses the coolant,
thereby increasing its temperature.
Compressor
Evaporator
This heat is transferred to the domestic
water in the tank by the condenser.
The coolant expands in the thermostatic
expansion valve and cools down. It is then
ready to absorb heat again in the
evaporator.
Condenser
Expansion valve
The colder the air, the more difficult it is to extract the calories. Similarly, the higher the hot water setting,
the more difficult it is for the heat pump to transfer the extracted calories.
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Technical characteristics
Dimensions
mm
H 1897 x l 591 x D 674
Empty weight
kg
90
Capacity of the tank
L
270
Hot water / cold water connection
3/4 ’ ’ M
Corrosion-proof protection
Impressed current anode
Minimum conductivity of the water
μS/cm 40
Rated pressure
Permissive excessive operating pressure
kPa
Mpa
Electric connection (voltage / frequency)
560
1
240 V single phase 50 Hz
Maximum total power input of the appliance
W
2635
Average power input of the heat pump
W
425
Maximum power input of the heat pump
W
755
Power output of the heat pump (under nominal conditions +15°C)
W
1660
Power input of the electric backup
W
1880
Water temperature setting range of the heat pump
°C
Operating temperature range of the heat pump (air temperature)
°C
45 to 62 (factory setting =
55°C)
-5 to 35
Vacuum air flow (without duct) (230V)

Speed 1
m3/h
230
3
m /h
390
Pa
25
 Speed 2
Admissible head loss in the air circuit without impacting
performance
Noise level**
dB(A) 54
Acoustic pressure at 2m in the open
dB(A) 37
Coolant fluid
Nota : R134a GWP (Global Warming Potential) is 1350
-/kg
R134a / 1.35
Certified performances at an air temperature of 7°C (CDC LCIE 103-15A) and 25Pa** ducting
Coefficient of performance (COP) (230V)
3,1
QPr (over 24h) (230V)
kWh
Heating time* (230V)
0,77
8h19min
Performance measured at an air temperature of 15°C (CDC LCIE 103-15A) without ducts**
Coefficient of performance (COP) (230V)
3,8
QPr (over 24h) (230V)
kWh
Heating time* (230V)
0,74
7h30min
Other performances
Max. quantity of water mixed at 40°C (setting at 62°C)
L
455L
* Tested in a reverberation chamber in accordance with the measurement standard NF EN ISO 3741,
water heaters without accessories, average measurement when heating from a water temperature of 21 to
57°C at an ambient air temperature of 20°C.
** Performances measured when heating water from 15°C to 51°C according to the protocol in the
specifications of the NF Electricity performance brand N° LCIE 103-15A for standalone accumulator tank
thermodynamic water heaters (based on the standard EN 255-3).
This appliance complies with Directives 2004/108/EEC on electromagnetic compatibility and 2006/95/EEC
on low voltage.
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Dimensions / components
1
Air outlet
10
Hot water inlet
2
Air inlet
11
Compressor
3
Fixed unit attachment
12
Evacuation of condensate
4
Fixed feet
13
Compressor permanent condenser
5
Cold water inlet
14
Evaporator
6
Pocket
15
Fan wiring
7
Sheath
16
Fan
8
Electric heating element (ceramic element) and
mechanical safety device
Regulation
17
Expansion valve
18
Cover
9
Not shown:
-
Manual
-
Condensate evacuation tube
-
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Dielectric coupling
Installation
Selecting the location
in compliance with IEC 60 529 Standard, AS60529:2004
 Capable of withstanding a weight of at least 400 kg (the area under the water
heater)
The place where the appliance is installed must comply with protection index IP X1B
according IEC 60 529 Standard and AS60529:2004 standard and in compliance with electrical wiring
rules of Aus/Nz
Configuration without ducts
Configuration with ducts
semi-ducted
Type of room
 Unheated room at a temperature
 Room at least above freezing
above 5° and isolated from the
 Recommended room = habitable
heated rooms in the dwelling
space (the heat released by the water
Recommended room = underground
heater is not lost), near the exterior
or semi-underground, a room where
walls
the temperature is higher than 10°C
 Do not install near bedrooms to avoid
all year long, well vented location
disturbance by the noise
Examples of rooms
 Garage, boiler room, basement,
 Laundry, cupboard in the hallway, etc.
laundry room, etc.
Volume of the room from  > 20m3
 > 20m3
which the air is taken
Resistance of the floor
Temperature of the room
where the water heater
is installed
Temperature of the
incoming air
Height
Required surface area
 5°C to 35°C, when the water heater
is not working
 1°C to 35°C
 3°C to 35°C
 -5°C to 35°C
 > 2m10
 > 2m20 with bent outlet
(height of an insulated bend = approx.
300mm)
 800 x 800 (l x D). See diagram below
 The surface must be level
 (591+400) x 700 (l x D). See
diagram below
 The surface must be level
Configuration without ducts
200 mm
Configuration without ducts
Configuration without ducts
Configuration with ducts
CAUTION : failure to follow the recommendations for installation may result in poor system performance.
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Recommended configurations
1st Configuration: installation without ducts in an unheated space (Volume > 20m3)
FAN set to 0 (see Setting the regulation section, page 15).
Examples of unheated rooms:
-
Garage: recovery of free heat released by the car engine after use or by other household
appliances.
Laundry : dehumidification of the room and recovery of heat released by washing machines and
tumble driers.
Semi-underground room: recovery of free heat released by the floor and walls of the basement.
2nd Configuration: installation in a heated or unheated room with ducts
FAN set to 2 (see Getting start section, page 14).
Recommendations:
Comply with the maximum duct lengths (see Air connections section, page 11).
-
Use thermally insulated rigid or semi rigid ducts
-
Provide air flow grills at the duct inlet and outlet to prevent entry of foreign bodies
-
Ensure that grills do not impede necessary air flow by being obstructed
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Configuration tolerated under certain conditions
Installation in an unheated space with one duct (outlet or inlet, volume > 20m3)
FAN set to 1 (see Getting start section, page 14).
Possible consequences:
- The negative pressure in the
room due to the expulsion of
the exterior air may result in air
entering through the doors and
windows. Provide an air inlet
(same diameter as the ducts)
from the exterior in order to
avoid sucking air from the
heated space.
- Caution: in winter, the air will
be colder than the air expelled
by the water heater, resulting
in a drop in temperature in the
garage.
* In warmer climates ducts may be reversed to provide cold air into an adjacent room for cooling. Connect
(air in) from outside and (air out) into the adjacent room. NOTE: It is not recommended to reverse ducts
(air out) into the room that the HPWH is installed. This will reduce the COP and increase the cooling of the
room.
Unsuitable configurations
Prohibited Ducting installation
configurations
The water heater draws in air
from a room containing a
charged source of heat used to
heat the room.
Connection to mechanical
ventilation
Connection to the roof space
Related risks
Uses heat energy from a higher cost source.
The greasy vapour and dust that may flow through the ducts of the
mechanical ventilation system can reduce the life time of your water
heater.
If the insulation between the ceiling and the roof space is insufficient,
this installation may result in heat loss from the house. In extreme
cases, condensation may appear on the ceiling of the rooms beneath
the cooled parts of the roof space.
Risk of falling objects and aspiration of dust by the raised water heater
in this configuration, that can reduce the life time of your water heater.
Other prohibitions:
- There must be no Heat Pump Air Access connection between the device and a tumble dryer.
- Avoid dusty rooms
- Do not draw in air containing solvents or explosives
- Do not connect the appliance to hoods evacuating fatty or polluted air
- Do not install the water heater in a room that freezes
- Do not place anything on the top of the water heater
- Do not install in an attic
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Installing the product
1- Transport the water heater to the place where it is to be installed.
2- Cut the cardboard skirting along the dotted lines.
3- Take the water heater off the pallet and place it by the hydraulic connection.
+/- 1°
MAXIMUM!
The water heater must be installed on a smooth and horizontal
floor.
If this is not the case, it must be levelled using the supporting feet.
If this precaution is not taken, problems may occur evacuating the
condensates, resulting in frosting.
In accordance with AS/NZS
60335.2.21 the water heaters
must be fixed to the ground
using the attachment provided
and in compliance with the New
Zealand Building Code Clause
G12, Seismic restraint of
storage water heaters.
The clearance required needs to be adequate for service/replacement of cold water inlet piping devices,
PTR valve and tempering valves (where fitted), elements and thermostats. This may be facilitated by
correct orientation of the cover positions when installing. There are no operational clearance limitations to
surrounding structure. PTR valve removal requires approximately 150 mm for withdrawal.
AS/NZS 3500.4 – National plumbing & drainage. Hot Water Supply Systems – Acceptable solutions.
Combustible Material :
It is recommended to not place combustible material on or adjacent to the water heater.
Internal Installation Safe Tray :
For internal (inside home) installations, a safe tray is recommended in accordance with AS/NZS 3500.4.
Hydraulic connection
Cold water inlet
Before making the hydraulic connection, it is essential to clean the feed pipes thoroughly to avoid the risk
of metal or other particles entering the tank or the water heater.
Cold water piping should be provided with a 500 – 560 kPa Pressure Limiting Valve at the point of cold
water connection to the water heater. In addition to the Pressure Limiting Valve, it is a requirement of AS
3500.4 & NZBC G12 that both a Stop Valve and a Non Return Valve are installed upstream of the Product.
No parts (stop valve, pressure reducer, etc.) must be placed between the pressure limiting
valve and the cold water inlet of the water heater, apart from a copper pipe.
Note: since limited water discharge from pressure limiting valve is normal in the heating operation, the
discharge pipe needs be connected to external drain.
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Hot water outlet
Do not connect the hot water inlet directly to the copper pipes in order to avoid iron/copper galvanic
couples (risk of corrosion). The hot water inlet (item 10 on page 5) must be fitted with a dielectric coupling
(supplied with the appliance).
If corrosion occurs on a hot water inlet that is not fitted with this protective device, our warranty does not
apply.
Where a maximum hot water delivery temperature is specified by Local, State or Federal
Regulations, a Tempering Valve shall be installed at the Hot Water Outlet, as required.
The included specified Pressure & Temperature Relief Valve must be installed as shown in the
schematic. The PTR valve should be connected to a drain point to accommodate discharge as a
result of both water expansion during heating, and also pressure fluctuations.
A discharge pipe connected to the pressure relief valve is to be installed in a continuously
downward direction and in a frost- free environment.
WARNING: The Pressure Temperature Relief valve and drain line must not be sealed or blocked.
Evacuation of condensate
Air passing through the Evaporator may result in some condensation. If the humidity of the
location Warrants, it may be preferable to connect a simple polymer hose from the Condensate
Drain (Item 16), to the convenient PTR drain point.
Depending on the humidity of the air, up to 0.25l/h of condensate may form.
Installation schematic for example :
Connection tee
(Supplied)
Dielectric
fitting
(Supplied)
PTR Valve
(700 kPa)
Untempered
hot water
(Kitchen, laundry)
Tempering
valve
Tempered
water 50°C
(Bathrooms)
Expansion
control
valve
Cold water
main supply
Non-return and
isolating valve
Line
Strainer
Pressure
Limiting
Valve
(560 kPa)
Drain
line
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Drain
line
Air connections.
Your heat pump water heater can be fitted with ducting accessories that are not supplied with the water
heater.
If the volume of the room in which the thermodynamic water heater is installed is insufficient, it can be
connected to 160 diameter air ducts. If the air ducts are not insulated, condensation may appear on them
during operation. Therefore, it is essential to choose insulated air ducts.
Poor ducting (crushed ducts, ducts that are too short or too many corners, etc.) may have a negative
impact on performance. Therefore, you are strongly advised to use rigid ducts.
When connected to ducts, the regulation must be adjusted accordingly (see Setting the
regulation section, page 15).
The total head loss in the ducts and accessories of the air inlet and outlet must not exceed
150 Pa. The head losses must be calculated using the measuring tools supplied by the
manufacturer and on the basis of the proposed ducting accessories.
Total duct length* with
the wall-mounted air
Number of bends
inlet and outlet in the
catalogue
0 bends
8m
1 x 90° bend
7m
2 x 90° bends
5m
(*) semi-rigid aluminium duct
Installing the coupling accessory for duct ref. 900366
Refer to the installation instructions supplied with the kit.
If the ceiling is too low to screw the
accessory from the top, remove the
cover by undoing the 6 clips with a
screwdriver
Then return the cover and clip into
place once the accessory has been
installed. The ducts can now be
connected.
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Electric connections
Caution: the water heater must be filled with water first, before making the electric
connections (see Getting started section, page 14).
The HPWH must remain connected to the main power supply at all times so that the
operation of the (ACI) anti-corrosion protection of the water heater is ensured.
Electrical work must be carried out by a licensed tradesperson and in accordance with Electrical Wiring
Rules of Aus/NZ. Circuit Isolation and fixed appliance regulations of the Wiring rules shall be complied in
regard to connection to supply, circuit isolation, and protection.
The appliance must be earthed.
Never power the heating element directly.
The safety thermostat fitted to the electric backup must only be repaired in our factory. Failure to obey
this clause will cancel the warranty.
Electric connection using a timer
Electric
panel
Timer (*)
16A
2A
2x0.75 mm²
Active – red or brown
Neutral – white or blue
M
3x1.5 mm²
(*) This assembly is not universal. Refer to the assembly
instructions of your timer, depending on the model.
FOR TIME CLOCK – TIME OF USE TARIFF:
240 volt supply with 2 amp protection connected to the black auxiliary wire and the time clock programmed
in accordance with the time of use tariff hours. Set HCHP parameter to ON, see page 15 setting the
regulation.
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Electric connections
FOR RIPPLE CONTROL: NEW ZEALAND ONLY
240 volt supply with 2 amp protection connected to the black auxiliary wire. Set HCHP parameter to ON,
see page 15 setting the regulation.
The diagram shown is only the functional configuration. Wiring details (ie. switching, fusing, method of
isolation, neutrals and their locations must comply with statutory regulations and codes of practice.)
FOR CONTROLLED TARIFF: NEW ZEALAND ONLY
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Getting started
1.
2.
Filling the water heater.

Fill the water heater by opening all hot water taps and opening the cold water inlet to allow
the water heater to fill and air in the system to be expelled. Close each hot water tap, as the
flow becomes free of air. Check all piping for leaks.

Check that water flows freely by gently operating the lever on the Pressure Temperature
Relief valve.

Power should not be turned on until the water heater is completely filled with water.
Checking good working order

Switch on the water heater. Check the screen for errors. If an error appears, refer to the
system diagnostic section. The temperature setting appears. After 3 minutes the
compressor and the fan start.

Select the "FAN" setting and configure according to the recommendations in Setting the
regulation.

After the compressor has been working for about 10 minutes, the temperature at the air
outlet is at least 3 to 4°C below that of the incoming air. The water drips out of the drain of
the pressure limiting valve. This drain must be connected as described in Hydraulic
connection, page 9. This is completely normal, the water is expanding due to the heat.

Check that the connections are watertight again.

If the check is OK, your appliance is ready. It is now working according to the factory
settings, in AUTO mode.

Refer to the settings section in this manual to optimise the operation of your appliance.
NOTE
When heating up with the electric backup and depending on the quality of water, the water
heater may make a slight kettle-like noise. This noise is normal and is not a sign of a faulty
appliance.
The relief of partial vacuum.
A vacuum would be relieved from the system whenever a tap is opened as the outlet is at
atmospheric pressure and the tank is at mains pressure.
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3.
Setting the regulation
Adjusting the temperature set point
The temperature setting of your appliance is adjusted to 55°C in the factory. It can be adjusted simply by
&
directly on the default display. The lower the temperature setting of the heat pump,
pressing
the better the coefficient of performance (COP).
Possible values: 45 to 62
Settings to be adjusted
To open or close the setting menu, press
+
at the same time.
In this menu, all the adjustable settings can be checked and changed, if necessary. The default values in
the factory settings guarantee optimal operation.
Once the menu is open, press
then press
&
to choose a setting,
to change the value of the settings.
Time clock control function for time of use tariff
If the HPWH is controlled by a time clock or with a ripple relay connected to
the 2x0.75 cable then move the parameter to ON.
If 2x0.75 cable is not connected, then the parameter must be OFF.
Default value: OFF
Connecting to ducts
0 corresponds to water heaters without ducts. The regulation then adjusts
the noise level of the fan. In this configuration, the heat pump stops working
if the room freezes.
1 corresponds to semi-ducting, with a single duct installed, usually to
evacuate the cold air out of the room.
2 corresponds to ducts on both the inlet and the outlet.
In these two positions, the regulation adjusts the fan so that it can withstand
additional head losses.
Default value: 0
Possible values: 0, 1 or 2
Avoid Legionella
This parameter is used to activate the legionnaires disease protection
mode: Once every 7 days, all domestic hot water is heated to 60C.
Default value: OFF
Electric only mode
This setting is used in the event of heat pump failure in AUTO, BOOST and
ABSENCE modes in order to guarantee a minimum hot water supply before
the technician intervenes.
Note: In this mode as only the element is heating the unit, approximately
one half of the volume of hot water is immediately available.
Default value: OFF
The value of a setting is validated by proceeding to the next setting.
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Use
Control panel
Back-lit display
Navigation buttons in
the modes
Mode selection button
Description of the pictograms:
Symbol
Name
Description
Compressor
Status of the compressor:
Compressor working Flashes slowly
Fan
Status of the fan:
Low speed → Flashes slowly
High speed → Flashes quickly
Sensor
Indication of the physical position of the sensors
Sensor associated with the temperature on display → Flashes
slowly
Electric backup
Status of the electric resistor:
Electric backup working
Flashes slowly
Time of use hours
or
Peak hours
In TOU / peak hours mode, the symbol corresponding to the mode
is displayed.
Risk of shortage of
hot water
In ECO mode, shows that the air temperature may result in a
shortage of hot water.
Minimum
Indicates that the value on display is the minimum detected by the
sensor.
MAXIMUM!
Indicates that the value on display is the maximum detected by the
sensor.
Information
Indicates that you are in the information menu.
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Incoming air
temperature
Air temperature sensor in the flow of ambient air
Evaporator
temperature
Temperature sensor on a cross in the evaporator
Water temperature
Water temperature sensor in the pocket
Heat pump time
Shows the working time of the water heater heat pump in hours
Elec time
Shows the working time of the water heater electric backup in hours
Description of the modes
Graphical icons
Description
Optimised management of the heat pump and the
electrics for guaranteed comfort
Heat pump only working
Forced operation with electrics + heat pump when
heating
Long absence: water heating set to anti-freezing
mode and restart on the last day of absence
Indicator
This mode is selected
when the cursor
is
positioned above the icon.
Indication of the various sensor temperatures and the
operating time of the heat pump or the electric
backup
AUTO mode
This mode automatically selects the energy source for maximum savings, while guaranteeing that the
water is sufficiently hot.
The water heater always selects the heat pump first. If the air temperatures are not in the operating range,
or if a fault is detected in the heat pump, the electric backup is automatically selected to guarantee a
sufficient volume of hot water.
Examples:
Severe winters
Use of 3/4 of the available volume
of hot water
Air temperature about 1°C
Selection by the regulation:
Heat pump plus electric backup
Winter
Use of 3/4 of the available volume
of hot water
Air temperature about 7°C
Selection by the regulation:
Heat pump only, with authorisation
to continue even in case time clock
signal is off (“HP” on the screen)
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Summer
Use of 2/3 of the available volume
of hot water Air temperature about
18°C
Selection by the regulation:
Heat pump only and only when
time clock signal is on
(“HC” on the screen)
ECO mode
This mode uses the heat pump only to produce hot water. Under certain conditions, this mode may
result in shortages of hot water (mainly due to air temperatures outside the operating range).
BOOST mode
BOOST mode can be used to force the heat pump and the electric backup to work at the same time in the
event of high demand.
The regulation automatically returns to the previous mode at the end of the cycle.
ABSENCE mode
This mode helps to protect the tank when the user is absent. The tank is protected against corrosion and
the regulation heats the water to above 7°C. Use the arrows to select the number of days during which you
will be absent. The length of the absence can be set to between 1 and 99 days. If a number of days is not
selected, the water heater remains in ABSENCE mode permanently.
On the last day of the period of absence, the water heater performs a cycle to avoid Legionella. The
regulation automatically returns to the previous mode at the end of the ABSENCE mode.
INFO mode
In this mode, it is possible to view the temperatures measured by the various sensors, the maximum and
minimum values measured and the time for which the heat pump or the electric backup has been working.
Values can be reset by pressing
+
at the same time.
Automatic defrost
The water heater is fitted with a defrost function. In negative temperatures, the water heater is
automatically defrosted by opening a solenoid, which sends the hot gas from the compressor directly to the
evaporator, where the frost melts. In positive temperatures, only the fan is used to defrost the heat
exchanger.
The defrost mode is activated by the temperature sensor in the evaporator. This temperature sensor can
detect the formation of frost, irrespective of the air temperature or the configuration of the system.
The defrost cycle lasts a maximum of 15 minutes.
Fan controls
When FAN is set to 0 (FAN 0), the water heater draws the air in from the room. The fan permanently works
at low speed in order to reduce the noise level, while producing a sufficient volume of hot water. Do not
use ducts and the FAN 0 setting at the same time.
The FAN 1 setting is used when a single duct is installed, usually on the air outlet. This configuration
evacuates the cold and dry air from the room.
The FAN 2 setting is used when exterior ducts are installed on the air inlet and outlet.
In the positions FAN 1 or FAN2, the fan operates at high speed to compensate for the head loss caused by
the ducts.
In the positions FAN 0 or FAN 1, the lower limit for operation with the heat pump is an air temperature of
3°C, in order to prevent the water heater from freezing (-5°C in FAN 2).
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Adapting the mode of your appliance to your needs
1. Calculate your daily needs in terms of a number of showers (1 bath = 3 showers)
Example: daily need = 3 showers + 1 bath => 6 showers
2. Identify the mode that best meets your needs in the table below
Number of showers per
day
EXTRA
COMFORT
COMFORT
4
2
5
3
6
4
7
5
8
6
9
7
AUTO
ECO *
Setting
OP/P
Permanent
X
X
X
OP/P
Permanent
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
51
55
62
51
55
62
* Switching to AUTO mode is recommended if the temperature of the inlet air may drop below the lower
operating limit at night (see Selecting the location, page 6). AUTO mode guarantees a given volume of hot
water by using the electric backup under severe weather conditions.
Comments:

If your selection does not produce the quantity of hot water that you need, switch to
the mode in the next higher level.

If your needs vary, occasionally or for a lengthy period, adapt the mode to your
requirements.
3. Set the appliance to the mode you have identified (see Setting the regulation, page 15)
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Recommendations – Maintenance & Repairs
Advice for users

Flushing of sediment and draining :
To flush or to drain the water heater, power must be turned off and then turn off the cold water supply to
the water heater. The lever on the pressure and temperature relief valve should be opened but care
should be taken so the lever does not snap back as it could damage the valve seat. The pressure in the
water heater will be released when the lever is opened. The union at the cold water inlet to the water
heater should be undone and a hose should be attached to the water heater side of the union. The other
end of the hose should go to a drain.
Opening the pressure and temperature relief valve allows air into the water heater and for the water to
drain. Following complete draining of the water heater, the closest hot water taps may be opened fully
and the pressure and temperature relief valve closed with care. Following reconnection at the cold water
inlet, the cold water stop valve is now opened fully and the water heater may be filled with cold water
and flushed through to ensure the cylinder contains no sediment and is clean. Finally the closest hot
taps are closed and power may be turned on again to the completely filled water heater.

In the event of an anomaly - the heater does not heat or steam is released from the Pressure Temperature
Relief valve - switch off the electric power supply and contact your reseller.

This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or
mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
Domestic maintenance
Water heaters do not require much domestic maintenance by the user. Operate the Pressure Temperature
Relief valve once or twice a month to eliminate any residue of scaling and check that it is not blocked.
Regularly check the display for alarms. If an alarm appears, refer to the Troubleshooting section, page 22).
DANGER: Failure to operate the Pressure Temperature Relief valve easing gear at least once every six months
may mask a problem with the water heater. Continuous leakage of water from the Pressure Temperature Relief
valve may indicate a problem with the water heater.
It is not unusual for the Pressure Temperature Relief valve to allow a small quantity of water to escape during
the heating cycle and this must be left open to the atmosphere.
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Maintenance by a qualified professional
To protect the performance of your appliance for many years to come, it must be checked by a
professional every 2 years.
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









Switch off the electric power supply (circuit breaker, fuses, etc.).
Drain the tank:
 close the cold water inlet (isolating valve),
 open a hot water tap,
 set the safety valve to the drain position.
Remove the front cover.
Disconnect the wires from the terminals of the thermostat.
Remove the heating assembly.
Remove any scaling that is deposited in the shape of sludge or a film on the floor of the tank and
thoroughly clean the ducts of the heating elements and the thermostat. Do not scratch or strike the scaling
on the walls, or you might damage the coating. Any residue can be removed using a water and dust
vacuum cleaner.
Clean the interior of the sheath to remove any scaling.
The anti-corrosion anode is made of titanium and does not need to be inspected or replaced.
Install the heating assembly with a new seal. Tighten the nuts gradually to a reasonable torque. Alternately
tighten nuts that are opposite one another.
Fill the water heater, with a hot water tap open. When the water reaches the hot water tap, the tank is full.
Check the seal for leaks and then install the thermostat and its support and connect the electric power
supply.
On the following day, check the seal again for leaks and slightly tighten the bolts, if necessary.
Check the electric connections.
Check that the temperature sensor is properly positioned in the pocket near the electric backup. The
sensor must be fully inserted in the pocket.
Evaporator:

Check that the evaporator and the fan are clean once a year. If these parts are soiled, the performance of
the heat pump will be diminished.

To access the evaporator, remove the cover by unclipping it with a screwdriver. The left half-shell can also
be removed in cases of difficult access.

If necessary, clean the evaporator and the fan with a soft brush. Brush the evaporator very carefully to avoid
damaging the vanes. If the vanes are folded, straighten them using a suitable comb.
Always switch off the appliance before opening the front cover or the top cover
Expansion valve:


Only personnel specialised in refrigerating systems can access the adjusting screw of the expansion valve.
Adjusting the expansion valve without the manufacturer's approval may result in the product warranty being
cancelled.
In general, you are advised not to touch the settings of the expansion valve without having first tried all the
other repair solutions.
Condensate evacuation tube

Check that the condensate evacuation tube (item 12 on page 5) is clean. Local pollution by dust can result
in deposits in the condensate catch tray. These deposits may block the condensate evacuation tube,
resulting in the excessive accumulation of water in the tray, which can cause malfunctions.
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Troubleshooting .
Alarm codes on the control panel:
The buzzer can be stopped or reset by pressing one of the following keys:
,
or
Code
Condition under
which the error
occurs
Cause
Err
03
Water temperature
sensor in the pocket
faulty
 Sensor cut out or
shorted
 No heating
 High-pressure safety device
activated (Err 25)
 Check the connections or replace the
sensor wiring
Err
06
Anti-corrosion connection
shorted
 Wiring or anticorrosion anode
shorted
 Anti-corrosion protection
deactivated, risk of corrosion.
 Check the wiring connections
 Replace the wiring and/or the anticorrosion wiring
Err
07
Anti-corrosion connection
broken
 No water in the tank or
anti-corrosion wiring
cut
 No heating
 Put water in the tank
 Replace the wiring and/or the anticorrosion wiring
Consequences
Repair
Err
09
Water temperature too
high
(> 80°C)
 Electric resistor
charged permanently
 3 HS sensor
 Risk of triggering the mechanical
safety device
 No heating
 Check the connections and the position of
sensor 3
 Check that the electric backup is not
permanently working
 Reset the mechanical safety device if
necessary and contact your reseller
Err
21
Measured temperature
outside the limits
 Temperature sensor
(air inlet) cut out or
shorted
 Operating ranges not respected
 AUTO mode: heating with the
electric backup
 ECO mode: no heating
 Check the connections or replace the
sensor wiring
Err
22
Evaporator temperature
sensor faulty
 Sensor cut out or
shorted
 Hot gas valve fault
 Fan fault
 Defrost function compromised
 Risk of damage to the compressor
 AUTO mode: heating with the
electric backup
 ECO mode: no heating
 Check the connections or replace the
sensor wiring
 Check that the fan and the hot gas valve
are in good working order
Err
24
Measured temperature
outside the limits
 Air temperature
outside the operating
range.
 Heat pump working outside the
range
 AUTO mode: heating with the
electric backup
 ECO mode: no heating
 Install the water heater according to the
recommendations in the manual
 Check the FAN setting (see page 15)
 Check the connections and the position of
sensor 1
Err
25
Pressure switch alarm
(high pressure fault)
 High pressure value
too high
 Compressor power supply failure
 AUTO mode: heating with the
electric backup
 ECO mode: no heating
 Check that the air temperature has not
exceeded 35°C
 Press the mode key to clear this fault.
Contact your reseller.
 Shortage of fluid
 Hot gas valve fault
 Defrost function does not work and
the evaporator is obstructed
 AUTO mode: heating with the
electric backup
 ECO mode: no heating
 Check the activation of the hot gas valve
in installer mode
 Check that the fan is in good working
order
 Press the mode key to clear this fault.
Contact your reseller.
 Heat pump fault
 Shortage of fluid
 Compressor fault
 Heating time is too long
 Risk of shortage of hot water
 AUTO mode: heating with the
electric backup
 ECO mode: no heating
 Contact your reseller
Err
28
Defrost malfunction
Err
30
Heat pump works for
more than 50h without
stopping
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Fault diagnosis for professionals
IMPORTANT
Maintenance and repair operations must only be performed by qualified professionals.
A specific menu is available to operate the system and help you with your diagnostic.
This mode requires technical knowledge of the system. This mode is strictly for professionals only.
+
To open and close the TEST menu, press
at the same time
To switch the actuator being tested, press:
+
To change the status of the actuator, press:
PAC: ON/OFF operates the compressor in forced mode and the fan at low speed.
FAN: OFF/LO/HI starts the fan alone in forced mode.
ELEC: ON/OFF starts the electric backup in forced mode.
VGC: ON/OFF opens or closes the hot gas valve
t01, t02, t03: displays the instantaneous temperatures of the sensors
This mode does not take account of errors detected by the system (heating when dry) or the
sensor temperatures. Therefore, never allow the appliance to work in this configuration.
Forced operation of each actuator is automatically deactivated after 3 minutes to avoid
damaging the appliance.
Certain faults are diagnosed by the regulation, which informs the user using error codes. In this case, refer to the
Troubleshooting section, page 22.
FAULT


No heating
No hot water
POSSIBLE CAUSE
DIAGNOSTIC AND REPAIR
Off-peak/peak hours mode
programmed, but the regulation
does not detect the off-peak hours
(time clock out of order, faulty
wiring, etc.)
Switch to BOOST and check that the HC
logo appears on the display.
No water heater electric power
supply: fuses, wiring, etc.
Check that the water heater power
supply wires are live
Heating element or its wiring out of
order
Check the power supply of the water
heater
Circuit open: wires poorly connected Visual inspection of the wire
or cut.
connections.

Water not hot enough.
Water heater not powered for long
enough. Day/night time clock out of
order, etc.
Check that the day/night time clock is in
good working order.
Temperature setting too low.
Increase the temperature setting. Refer
to the Settings menu on page 15.
ECO mode selected and air
temperatures outside the range.
Select AUTO mode (refer to Modes on
page 17)
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Check the resistance of the plug on the
connector on the plug wiring and the
condition of the wiring.
Close the cold water supply using the
isolating valve. Then open a tap in the
hot water position. Wait for 10 minutes. If
Cold water returns into the hot water a flow appears, identify the defective tap
and/or check that the safety valve is
circuit.
correctly positioned, if there is one (see
Heating element or its wiring partly
out of order
Hydraulic connection, page 9)
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
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
Weak flow from the hot
water tap.
Continuous loss of water
from the Pressure
Temperature Relief valve
when not heating.
The heat pump works
outside off-peak hours
The electric backup does
not work.

Condensate overflow.

Odours.
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
Clogged pressure limiting valve
filter.
Pressure limiting valve damaged or
blocked.
Network pressure too high.
Temperature setting not reached.
The heat pump does not
work for long and the
electric backup works
almost all the time.
Replace the Pressure Temperature
Relief valve (see Maintenance).
Check that the pressure at the water
meter outlet is no higher than 5 bar. If
this is not the case, install a pressure
reducer set to 3 bar at the start of the
general water distribution circuit.
Refer to the operation of the modes on
page 17.
The mechanical thermostat safety
device is activated.
Reset the thermostat safety device on
the steatite resistor (item 8 on page 5).
Electric thermostat faulty.
Replace the thermostat.
Resistor faulty.
Replace the resistor.
Water heater not level.
Check that the water heater is level.
No siphon.
Clean (see Maintenance by a qualified
professional, page 21).
Install a siphon.
No water in the siphon.
Fill the siphon.
Condensate discharge blocked.
Vapour released from the
Pressure Temperature
Relief valve.
Faulty control panel or
display problem.
Clean the filter (see Maintenance).
Switch off the electric power supply and
inform your resellers.
Interference with the control panel
due to disturbance on the mains
supply network.
Temperature of the ambient air
outside the tolerated ranges.
Clogged evaporator.
Reset the water heater by switching off
the electric power supply, then switching
it back on.
Wait for the temperatures to return to the
tolerated ranges. Make sure that the
water heater is installed in a room
measuring more than >20m3, see
Installation, page 6)
Clean the evaporator (see Maintenance
by a qualified professional, page 21).

The fan does not work.
Fan heavily soiled.
Clean the fan.

Loud kettle-like noise.
Scaling inside the water heater
Descale.

Other malfunction.
For all other malfunctions, contact aftersales.
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Sensor
mapping curvesdes
(Temperature
vs Resistance)
Courbes
de correspondance
sondes (Température
vs Résistance)
120,0
Résistance [kOhms]
Resistance [kOhms]
100,0
80,0
60,0
40,0
20,0
0,0
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
Température [°C]
Temperature [°C]
IMPORTANT
Never power the heating element directly.
After-sales
Only use original manufacturer's spare parts. When ordering from one of the brand's resellers, specify the
precise type of water heater and the year of manufacture. All this information can be found on the identification
plate on the rear, near to the condensate discharge coupling.
Only specialists must work on the electric parts of the appliance.
Address of the after-sales department:
See the cover of this manual.
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ATLANTIC HEAT PUMP WATER HEATER WARRANTY.
Warranty Conditions
1. The heat pump water heater (hpwh) must be installed to plumbing and electrical services that meet all
relevant statutory and local requirements of the region in which the system is installed. Relevant clauses of
AS/NZS 3500 Plumbing & Drainage Code; and NZ G12 New Zealand Building Code – must be complied with
by the Installer.
2. The hpwh requires a single phase 16 amp supply requiring a licensed electrician for connecting. A licensed
plumber must connect cold water and hot water supplies in accordance with this manual. The installers must
comply with good practice, applicable installation standards and Atlantic Australasia’s technical instructions
included in this Manual.
3. The hpwh must be operated and maintained in accordance with instructions supplied by Atlantic Australasia
Pty Ltd. This may include draining and flush-through in areas of high suspended solids. Should this hpwh be
installed in a regional location where regular flushing is required due to sediment build-up, then a drain cock
or tee for flushing must be fitted at the time of installation. If in doubt consult your Installation Contractor.
4. The cylinder is warranted to be defect free for a period of 5 years in domestic installations, and 3 years in
commercial installations. Electric elements and component parts are warranted for a period of 2 years in
domestic installations and 1 year in commercial installations.
5. The hpwh is covered from the date of the original installation. Internet registration must be completed for
warranty protection. The customer to provide evidence of the date of installation at the time of claim.
Otherwise the installation date shall be considered to be the date of purchase.
6. This warranty takes the form of repair or determined by Atlantic Australasia Pty Ltd in the form of exchange or
supply, free of charge, excluding all labour and transport replacement charges.
7. Warranty period for exchanged or supplied parts/unit takes end at same time as applicable warranted
duration.
8. These Warranty Conditions do not exclude any of the benefits due to the purchaser that may be conferred by
Trade Practices and Consumer Law and associated articles in the country of installation.
9. For Australia: Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law.
You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and for compensation for any other reasonably
foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to
be of acceptable quality and failure does not amount to a major failure.
The benefits provided by this Warranty are in addition to all other rights and remedies in respect of the product
which the consumer has under the Competition and Consumer Act 2010.
PLEASE NOTE : If a Service call is requested and it is found that the defect is not a Warranted fault, the
purchaser may be charged for associated Warranty/Service call out costs even during the Warranty period.
Warranty Exclusions
The following warranty exclusions may cause the Atlantic Heat Pump Water Heater warranty to become void.
This may also incur a service charge and cost for parts should they be necessary.
1.
Any physical damage caused by impacts or falls when the hpwh is handled after leaving the factory.
2.
Where service is required to reconnect the hpwh operation due to problems related with abnormal water
supply (i.e. high water pressure above 1,000 kPa before, at system pressure relief), faulty plumbing supply
or downstream connection and/or electrical wiring or major variations in electrical energy supply.
3.
Failing to ensure the (ACI) anti-corrosion protection system to the tank.
4.
Where a 560 kPa pressure limiting valve as shown in the water circuit diagrams, has not been fitted during
installation.
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5.
Where the hpwh fails due to misuse, accidental damage, acts of God, incorrect installation including being
located in premises affected by frost or bad weather (humid, harsh or badly ventilated atmospheres) or
unlicensed service repair work attempts.
6.
Any damage resulting from power surge from supply such as accidental high voltage injection or lightning
strike.
7.
Damage resulting from non-detectable problems due to the inaccessible location of the device, and that
could have been avoided by immediately repairing the device if properly located.
8.
Claims for damage to walls, foundations (outside), floor coverings & furnishings (inside), roofs or other
losses, directly or indirectly due to leakage from the Atlantic Heat Pump Water Heater.
9.
No spacer insulation sleeves on the cold and hot water connection pipes, resulting in loss of function of
impressed current protection, that has lead to consequential corrosion.
10.
Where the hpwh has been powered up before it has been filled (heating when dry).
11.
Where the hpwh has suffered external corrosion due to non-watertight piping connections.
12.
If the system is either sold and/or repaired or altered by any third party without the consent of Atlantic
Australasia Pty Ltd.
13.
Exclusions due to Water Composition
Please take note :
Water composition varies widely in Australia and New Zealand. In order to ensure a long and trouble free life the
Atlantic Heat Pump Water Heater incorporates an impressed current protection system, normally only found in
major installations in contact with water such as gas transmission pipelines. It is important that the composition
of water is not excessively high in salt which may result is aggressive attack, or calcium carbonate (also known
as water hardness) which will coat and isolate the effectiveness of the impressed current anode. Warranty is
therefore excluded where water composition in the hpwh exceeds the following :
Total dissolved solids
1000 mg/litre or p.p.m.
Electrical Conductivity
1400 uS/cm.
Total hardness
200 mg/litre or p.p.m.
Chloride
250 mg/litre or p.p.m.
Sulphate
250 mg/litre or p.p.m.
Magnesium
10 mg/litre or p.p.m.
Sodium
150 mg/litre or p.p.m.
pH
Min 6.5 and Max 8.5
Water from springs, bores and dams is also excluded from meeting Warranty conditions because of the rapidly
variable composition of these waters due to groundwater salinity and aggressive mineralisation. Water MUST be
from a supplied, reticulated source or from rainwater to ensure Warranty compliance.
Good, compliant installation Guidelines :
These are added to assist in the proper installation and use of your Atlantic Heat Pump Water Heater.
MECHANICAL RISKS:
1.
Handling: The device must be handled and put in place with equipment adapted to its weight and size.
2.
Location: The device must be located in premises protected from bad weather and frost.
3.
Positioning: The device must be positioned in compliance with the manufacturer's instructions.
4.
Fixing: The support and the fixing devices must be able to support at least the weight of the device filled
with water. All the fixing points allowed for by the manufacturer must be used.
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ELECTRICAL RISKS:
1. Connection: All connections must be made in compliance with the manufacturer's drawings. In particular,
make sure you do not neutralize the electric backup's thermostat (direct connection forbidden)
2. To avoid the power supply cable heating up, use the cable type and cross section given in the installation
manual. All regulations in force must be respected.
3. Make sure that there is an electric circuit protection upstream from the device.
4. Check all the connections are correctly tightened.
5. The device MUST be connected to good earth connection.
6. Make sure that all live parts cannot be accessed (protected by covers in their original condition).
HYDRAULIC RISKS:
1. Pressure: The devices must be used in the pressure range for which they have been designed.
2. Connection, discharge: For all pressurized devices, it is essential to install a Pressure Temperature Relief
valve that at least includes an exhaust valve. Do not obstruct the exhaust valve's discharge outlet. The
exhaust valve's discharge pipe must be connected to the waste water system.
3. Be careful not to reverse the hot and cold water connections. Ensure there are no leaks.
USE:
1. Type of product: This device is intended exclusively for heating domestic potable water and must not be
used for any other fluid.
2. Abnormal uses: Should the device not work correctly, contact a professional contractor.
3. The device must not be powered up before it has been filled. (heating when dry failure).
4. Burns, bacteria: For health reasons, the hot water must be stored at a high temperature. This temperature
may cause burns. Take all the necessary precautions (mixer taps, etc.) to avoid accidents at hot water
drawing points.
MAINTENANCE:
1. Periodically check that the Pressure Temperature Relief valve works correctly as instructed by the
manufacturer.
REPLACEMENT / SERVICING
1. It is forbidden to modify the device. All components must be replaced by a professional contractor using
original parts supplied by the manufacturer or equivalent.
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WIRING DIAGRAM
WIRING DIAGRAM
STARTING YOUR
HEAT PUMP
WATER HEATER
MAINTAINING YOUR
HEAT PUMP
WATER HEATER
In order to protect the tank against corrosion,
the water heater must remain switched on at all times.
The wires in the electric cable are crimped. If you need to cut them, remember to crimp
them again before connecting to the electric power supply.
Electric
panel
Active – brown
Neutral –blue
FOR TIME CLOCK CONTROL - TIME OF USE TARIFF:
240 volt supply with 2 amp protection connected to the black auxiliary wire and the time clock programmed
in accordance with the time of use tariff hours. Set HCHP parameter to ON, see page 15 setting the regulation.
FOR ACI PROTECTION:
The HPWH must remain connected to the permanent power supply at all times so that the operation of the
(ACI) anti-corrosion protection of the water heater is ensured.
For more information
Please refer to the «Electric connections» and «Getting started» chapters in this manual.
1
Permanent power supply
8
1,800W steatite backup
15
Fan
2
Off-peak hours cable
9
Pocket
16
Fan condenser
3
Regulation
10
Mechanical safety device
17
Safety pressure switch
4
Incoming air sensor
11
Hot gas solenoid
18
Safety horn
5
Evaporator sensor
12
Compressor condenser
19
Heat pump shells
6
Pocket sensor
13
Compressor
7
Anti-corrosion protection
14
Low-speed condenser
WARRANTY CERTIFICATE
MAINTENANCE AND USER MANUAL - WARRANTY
TO BE KEPT BY THE USER OF THE APPLIANCE
ODYSSEO 2
ODYSSEO 2
HEAT PUMP WATER HEATER USING NON-HEATED AIR
HEAT PUMP WATER HEATER USING NON-HEATED AIR
Duration of the warranty*
- Water heater (cylinder): 5 years in domestic installations
3 years in commercial installation
- Electric elements and components parts: 2 years in domestic installations
1 year in commercial installations
The warranty covering service items, or replacement unit, expires at the end of the original
purchase warranty period.
* see details about warranty conditions and exclusions inside the user manual
EN
FOR INFORMATION, REPAIRS AND SERVICE
CALL: AUSTRALIA : 1800 677 857
NEW ZEALAND : 0800 422 000
FOR WARRANTY REGISTRATION:
REGISTER AT: AUSTRALIA - www.atlantics.com.au
NEW ZEALAND - www.atlantics.co.nz
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