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DVCompact

Supply/Extract Unit

Installation instructions

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Contents

1 Declaration of Conformity ........................................................................................................... 1

2 Warnings................................................................................................................................... 2

3 Product Introduction ................................................................................................................... 3

3.1 General ........................................................................................................................... 3

3.2 Technical Data ................................................................................................................. 4

3.3 Transport and Storage ...................................................................................................... 7

3.3.1 Unloading with Crane .............................................................................................. 8

4 Installation................................................................................................................................. 9

4.1 Unpacking........................................................................................................................ 9

4.2 Where to Install the Unit.................................................................................................... 9

4.3 Installing the Unit..............................................................................................................10

4.3.1 Installation Procedure..............................................................................................10

4.4 Supply air sensor..............................................................................................................11

4.5 Installation of VAV models .................................................................................................11

4.6 Connections.....................................................................................................................12

4.6.1 Electrical connections..............................................................................................12

4.6.2 External connections ...............................................................................................12

4.6.3 Connections to condensation drainage .....................................................................14

4.6.4 BMS Connection .....................................................................................................15

4.7 Installing the Control Panel ...............................................................................................16

4.7.1 Dimensions ............................................................................................................16

4.7.2 General information.................................................................................................16

4.7.3 Installation ..............................................................................................................17

4.8 Additional Equipment........................................................................................................17

1 Declaration of Conformity

Manufacturer

Systemair AB

Industrivägen 3

SE-739 30 Skinnskatteberg, SWEDEN

Office: +46 222 440 00 Fax: +46 222 440 99 www.systemair.com

hereby confirms that the following products:

DVCompact Supply/Extract

(The declaration applies only to product in the condition it was delivered in and installed in the facility in accordance with the included installation instructions. The insurance does not cover components that are added or actions carried out subsequently on the product)

Comply with all applicable requirements in the following directives

Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC

Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC

EMC Directive 2004/108/EC

The following harmonized standards are applied in applicable parts:

EN ISO 12100-1

EN ISO 12100-2

EN ISO 14121-1:2007

EN 13857

EN 60 335-1

EN 60 335-2-40

EN 50 106

EN 60 529

EN 61000-6-2

EN 61000-6-3

Safety of machinery – Basic concepts, general principles for design – Part

1: Basic terminology, methodology

Safety of machinery – Basic concepts, general principles for design –

Part 2: Technical principles

Safety of machinery – Risk assessment – Part 1: Principles

Safety of machinery – Safety distances to prevent hazard zones being reached by upper or lower limbs

Household and similar electrical appliances – Safety Part 1: General requirements

Safety of household and similar electrical appliances - Part 2-40: Particular requirements for electrical heat pumps, air-conditioners and dehumidifiers

Safety of household and similar appliances – Particular rules for routine tests referring to appliances under the scope of EN 60 335-1 and EN 60967

Degrees of protection provided by enclosures (IP Code)

Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 6-2: Generic standards –

Immunity for industrial environments

Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 6-3: Generic standards

– Emission standards for residential, commercial and light-industrial environments

The complete technical documentation is available.

Skinnskatteberg, 14–05–2012

Mats Sándor

Technical Director

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2 Warnings

The use of the equipment in the air handling unit can lead to serious mechanical or electrical danger as well as danger in relation to noise and vibrations.

To reduce the risk of these dangers involved, it is absolutely necessary to follow all instructions concerning safety, installation, operation and maintenance.

The following admonitions will be presented in the different sections of the document.

Danger

• Make sure that the Mains supply to the unit is disconnected before performing any maintenance or electrical work!

• All electrical connections must be carried out by an authorized installer and in accordance with local rules and regulations.

Warning

• The door handles are lockable. Make sure that the handles are locked during operation of the unit.

• The unit must be duct connected or in some other way provided with protection so that it is not possible to come in contact with the fans through the duct connections.

• The unit is heavy. Be careful during transport and mounting. Risk of injury through pinching. Use protective clothing.

• Beware of sharp edges during mounting and maintenance. Make sure that a proper lifting device is used. Use protective clothing.

• Evaporators and condensers are pressure tested and sealed before leaving the factory. Such equipment must be installed by trained personnel, to avoid leakage.

Important

• Duct connections/duct ends should be covered during storage and installation.

• Take care not to damage the water battery when connecting water pipes to connectors. Use a spanner to tighten the connection.

• Condensate to be led away needs to be connected properly to the drain.

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3 Product Introduction

3.1 General

This installation manual concerns air handling unit type DVCompact Supply/Extract manufactured by

Systemair AB. DVCompact Supply/Extract include the following model options:

Model

DVCompact Supply 10–100

DVCompact Supply-10-100-w/aut

DVCompact Extract-10–100

Description

Unit without built in control system. Sizes 10–100

Unit with built in control system. Sizes 10–100

Unit without built in control system. Sizes 10–100

DVCompact Supply/Extract exist in the following sizes: 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50, 60, 80, 100.

This manual consists of basic information and recommendations concerning the design, installation, start-up and operation, to ensure a proper fail-free operation of the unit.

The key to proper and safe operating of the unit is to read this manual thoroughly, use the unit according to given guidelines and follow all safety requirements.

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3.2 Technical Data

Fig. 1 Dimensions of Supply unit without control system

Table 1: Dimensions and weights for Supply Unit without control system

Model

DVCompact 10

DVCompact 15

DVCompact 20

DVCompact 25

DVCompact 30

DVCompact 40

DVCompact 50

DVCompact 60

1870

2020

2170

2170

DVCompact 80 2320

DVCompact 100

2690

A

1720

Base casing

B

970

C

520

1720

1720

1870

1120

1270

1420

595

670

745

1570

1720

2020

2170

2170

2370

820

895

1045

1120

1270

1420

635

635

635

635

635

635

Doors

Filter D

635

635

635

635

750

750

750

900

900

750

750

750

750

750

E

850

1000

1150

1300

1450

1600

1900

2050

2050

2250

Duct connection

F Weight (kg)

350

450

500

600

165

195

230

277

650

750

850

950

1150

1300

328

390

494

541

744

897

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Fig. 2 Dimensions of Supply unit with control system

Table 2: Dimensions and weights for Supply Unit with control system

Model

DVCompact 10

DVCompact 15

DVCompact 20

DVCompact 25

DVCompact 30

DVCompact 40

DVCompact 50

DVCompact 60

DVCompact 80

DVCompact 100

A

2170

2170

2170

2320

2320

2470

2620

2620

2770

2770

Base casing

B

970

1120

1270

1420

1570

1720

2020

2170

2170

2370

C

520

595

670

745

820

895

1045

1120

1270

1420

Filter

750

750

750

750

750

750

750

750

750

750

Doors

Conn.

box.

450

450

450

450

450

450

450

450

450

450

D

750

750

900

750

600

600

600

750

750

900

E

850

1000

1150

1300

1450

1600

1900

2050

2050

2250

Duct connection

F

350

450

500

600

650

750

850

950

1150

1300

Weight (kg)

524

571

774

927

195

225

260

307

358

420

Fig. 3 Dimensions of Extract unit

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Table 3: Dimensions and weights for Extract unit

Model

DVCompact 10

DVCompact 15

DVCompact 20

DVCompact 25

DVCompact 30

DVCompact 40

DVCompact 50

DVCompact 60

DVCompact 80

DVCompact 100

1420

1570

1570

1720

2020

A

1120

Base casing

B

970

C

520

1120

1120

1270

1270

1120

1270

1420

1570

595

670

745

820

1720

2020

2170

2170

2370

895

1045

1120

1270

1420

300

300

300

300

300

Doors

Filter D

300

300

750

750

300

300

300

750

750

750

750

750

750

750

750

1600

1900

2050

2050

2250

E

850

1000

1150

1300

1450

Duct connection

F Weight (kg)

350

450

128

148

500

600

650

183

220

283

750

850

950

1150

1300

320

419

473

541

659

Fig. 4 Space required for opening of inspection doors

Table 4: Heights

Model

DVCompact 10

DVCompact 15

DVCompact 20

DVCompact 25

DVCompact 30

DVCompact 40

DVCompact 50

DVCompact 60

DVCompact 80

DVCompact 100

H (mm)

850

850

850

1050

1050

950

850

850

950

850

For service and inspection a free space corresponding to the dimension H (figure 4) is necessary on the inspection side of the unit.

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When changing components a free space corresponding to the width of the component in question is necessary.

Table 5: Power Consumption and Current

Model

DVCompact 10

DVCompact 15

DVCompact 20

DVCompact 25

DVCompact 30

DVCompact 40

DVCompact 50

DVCompact 60

DVCompact 80

DVCompact 100

IE2 fan (kW tot.) 400

V 3N~

1,1/2,2

1,5/3,0

2,2/4,0

3,0/5,0

3,0/5,0

5,5/7,5

5,5/11,0

7,5/11,0

11,0/18,5

15,0/22,0

Current (A)

2,8/4,49

3,13/5,88

4,49/7,65

6,18/10,9

6,18/10,9

10,9/14,5

10,9/21,0

14,5/21,0

21,0/34,0

28,4/39,9

Fuse (main)

10/10

10/10

10/13

10/16

10/16

16/20

16/25

16/25

25/40

40/50

3.3 Transport and Storage

The DVCompact Supply/Extract should be stored and transported in such a way that it is protected against physical damage that can harm panels, handles etc. It should be covered so that dust, rain and snow cannot enter and damage the unit and its components. The appliance is delivered in sections with each section standing on feet or pallet for easy transportation. Each section is wrapped in plastic containing all necessary components.

Warning

The unit is heavy. Be careful during transport and mounting. Risk of injury through pinching. Use protective clothing.

When transporting the sections of the unit use a forklift or lifting truck.

If a lifting truck is used make sure that the lifting forks are sufficiently long to avoid damaging the bottom of the unit section

Note:

• Units with built in control must not be stored outdoors

• The unit may only be lifted from below

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3.3.1 Unloading with Crane

Lifting straps must be secured in the leg brackets (figure 5).

Fig. 5 Secured straps

When lifting unit sections mounted on pallet or units mounted on a base frame, use metal tubes inserted

through the holes in the frame and suspend the unit by soft cables (figure 6). Make sure that the upper

part of the unit will not be damaged.

Fig. 6 Lifting by metal tubes

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4 Installation

4.1 Unpacking

Verify that all ordered equipment are delivered before starting the installation. Any discrepancies from the ordered equipment must be reported to the supplier of Systemair products.

4.2 Where to Install the Unit

The unit without roof is meant for indoor installation. The electronic components should not be exposed to lower temperature than 0°C or higher than +50°C.

When mounting; make sure to leave enough space to access the service doors (figure 4).

Note:

If there is not sufficient space to open the inspection doors it is possible to unscrew the hinges to remove the doors completely for inspection and maintenance.

General maintenance includes replacing the filters and removing fan motor inside the unit for cleaning.

Avoid placing the unit against a wall, as low frequency noise can cause vibrations in the wall.

The outdoor air intake of the building should if possible be put in the northern or eastern side of the building and away from other exhaust outlets like kitchen fan outcasts or laundry room outlets. The extract air should ideally be led out via a roof cowl away from any outdoor air intakes, windows, balconies etc.

Warning

• The door handles are lockable. Make sure that the handles are locked during operation of the unit.

• The unit must be duct connected or in some other way provided with protection so that it is not possible to come in contact with the fans through the duct connections

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4.3 Installing the Unit

The unit needs to be installed in the following position (figure 7).

From size 40 the feet are replaced by a base frame.

Fig. 7 Installation position for units with feet

4.3.1 Installation Procedure

Mounting the sections

1

Prepare the surface where the unit is to be mounted. Make sure that the surface is flat, levelled and that it supports the weight of the unit.

Perform the installation in accordance with local rules and regulations.

2

Make sure that the factory mounted rubber gaskets between the sections are undamaged.

3

Place the sections exactly in front of each other.

4

Push the sections together so that the gaskets fit together properly. Assure that the sections are completely adjoined. The Disc-lock system must not be used to pull the sections together.

5

Lock the sections together with the Disc-lock system. One Disc-lock in every vertical part of the section corner is required. Place all 4 Disc-locks loosely over the 2 factory mounted pins before fitting them properly. Lock the sections tightly together with the help of the enclosed tool

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4.4 Supply air sensor

The supply air sensor is wired from factory to terminals in the electrical connection box. The sensor is placed in a box inside the unit on delivery. Install the sensor in the supply air duct ca. 3 m after the

unit (figure 8). See below tables (table 6 and table 7) to which terminals the sensor is connected in the

electrical connection box. Other temperature sensors are built in to the unit from factory.

Fig. 8 Installed supply air sensor

4.5 Installation of VAV models

If the unit is delivered as a VAV (Variable Air Volume) unit, the pressure transmitters controlling the fan speeds are delivered loosely with the unit. The pressure transmitters need to be mounted in the supply air

ducts (figure 9) and connected to terminal 40 in the electrical connection box.

Fig. 9 VAV installation

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4.6 Connections

4.6.1 Electrical connections

DVCompact Supply-10-100-w/aut are delivered with enclosed control. Internal and external wiring is connected to terminals in the enclosed electrical connection box placed on the front of the unit.

DVCompact Supply 10–100 and DVCompact Extract-10–100 are delivered without any enclosed control or wiring. Control and wiring is provided by the installer.

The unit must not be put into operation before all the electrical safety precautions have been read and understood. See the enclosed wiring diagram for internal and external wiring.

All external connections to possible accessories are made to terminals inside the electrical connection

box (table 6).

Danger

• All electrical connections must be carried out in accordance with local rules and regulations.

• Make sure that the Mains supply to the unit is disconnected before performing any maintenance or electrical work!

4.6.2 External connections

All external connections to possible accessories are made to terminals inside the electrical connection box.

Table 6: Electrical connections

Terminal block Corrigo designation

1

2

GND

N

Description

Water heater battery pump/Electric heater activate

Remark

16

17

18

19

20

10

11

12

13

14

15

8

9

6

7

3

4

5

L

11

14

13 DO3

GDO

G0

14 DO4

15 DO5

GDO

G0

16 DO6

17 DO7

GDO

G0

72 DI2

C+

73 DI3

74 DI4

SAF frequency converter start

Outdoor air damper

Cooling start (optional)

Exhaust air damper (optional)

Mixing damper (optional)

Electric heater overheat (optional)

Extended run normal (optional)

Extended run reduced (optional)

~220V

Digital signal gnd

24V AC

Digital signal gnd

24V AC

Digital signal gnd

24V AC

24V DC

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Electrical connections cont'd

39

40

41

42

43

35

36

37

38

Terminal block Corrigo designation

21 C+

22

23

24

25

26

75 DI5

76 DI6

C+

77 DI7

78 DI8

C+ 27

28

29

31 AI1

Agnd

30

31

32

33

34

G

32 AI2

35 AI4

Agnd

G

41 UI1

42 UI2

Agnd

G

44 UI3

46 UI4

Agnd

G

91 AO1

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

51

92 AO2

Agnd

G

93 AO3

94 AO4

Agnd

G

95 AO5

Description

External stop swich (optional)

Fire alarm (optional)

Remark

24V DC

24V DC

24V DC

Supply air temp. sensor

Analog signal gnd

24V AC

Outdoor air temp. sensor

Frost protection temp. sensor

Analog signal gnd

24V AC

Extract air temp. sensor (optional)

Room temp. sensor (optional)

Analog signal gnd

24V AC

CO2 sensor (optional)

Supply air pressure VAV (optional)

Analog signal gnd

24V AC

SAF control signal (Frequency converter)

Water heater battery value control signal

Cooling battery valve control signal (optional)

Electric heater control signal (optional)

Analog signal gnd

24V AC

Analog signal gnd

24V AC

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4.6.3 Connections to condensation drainage

Sections in which condensation from components may occur are fitted with drain pan and condensate drain. Condensate drains should always be provided with properly designed trap with sufficient height difference. Each condensate drain must be equipped with traps with same diameter as the drain pipe.

Fig. 10 Drain trap Positive pressure

Positive pressure (Pa)

500

750

1000

H1 Min. (mm)

90

120

150

H2 (mm)

65

90

120

Fig. 11 Drain trap Negative pressure

Negative pressure (Pa)

500

750

1000

H1 Min. (mm)

100

150

190

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4.6.4 BMS Connection

Exo-line, Modbus and optional LON connections are to be connected to the following terminals:

• RS485(Modbus): 50-51-52

• RS485(Exo-line): 50-51-52-53

• LON: 57-58-59

RS-485 contact and Exo-line via TCP/IP (WEB) are included as standard (figure 12).

Note:

RS-485 port and TCP/IP port can not be used simultaneously! I.e. possible communications are Modbus or Exo-line via RS-485 or Exo-line (WEB) via TCP/IP.

Fig. 12 BMS connection on Corrigo

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4.7 Installing the Control Panel

4.7.1 Dimensions

Fig. 13 Control panel dimensions

D

E

B

C

Position

A

Dimensions (mm)

115.0

94.0

26.0

c/c 60.0

50.5

4.7.2 General information

The control panel is delivered connected to the Corrigo control unit situated in the electrical connection box. Cable length is 10m. In case the control panel needs to be detached from the signal cable it is

possible to loosen the wires on the back of the control panel (figure 14).

A set of self-adhesive magnet strips are mounted on the back of the control panel to facilitate installation on a metal surface.

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4.7.3 Installation

1

Find an appropriate place to install the control panel. Maximum length between control panel and unit is 10 m as standard.

2

If needed, drill two holes in the wall to hang the control panel (center to center: 60 mm) (pos.1 figure 14).

Fig. 14 Control panel wire connections

6

7

2

3

4

5

Position

1

Description

Mounting holes

Connection block

Connection to yellow cable

Connection to orange cable

Connection to red cable

Connection to brown cable

Connection to black cable

4.8 Additional Equipment

For information concerning additional external equipment such as valve actuators, motorized dampers,

E-tool, roof units, wall grilles etc. see technical catalogue and their enclosed instructions.

For electrical connections of external components see enclosed wiring chart.

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Systemair AB reserves the right to make changes and improvements to the contents of this manual without prior notice.

Systemair AB

Industrivägen 3

SE-739 30 Skinnskatteberg, Sweden

Phone +46 222 440 00

Fax +46 222 440 99 www.systemair.com

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