McQuay MicroTech III Installation manual

McQuay MicroTech III Installation manual
INSTALLATION AND
OPERATION MANUAL
Central control for hydroboxes
EKCC7-W
EKCC7-W
Table of contents
Installation and
operation manual
Central control for hydroboxes
Page
1.
1. Supplied accessories and intended use .................................... 1
Supplied accessories and intended
use
2. General layout and setup of a system ....................................... 2
3. Installation ................................................................................. 2
3.1.
3.2.
1
Mounting place............................................................................... 2
Wiring the central control ............................................................... 2
2
3
4. Installer settings......................................................................... 3
4.1.
4.2.
4.3.
4.4.
4.5.
4.6.
4.6.
4.7.
4.8.
4.9.
Confirmation of the installer settings .............................................. 3
Language ....................................................................................... 3
Operating modes? ......................................................................... 3
Centralized DHW tank? ................................................................. 3
Backup heater?.............................................................................. 4
System layout? .............................................................................. 4
ON/OFF method ............................................................................ 4
Configuration.................................................................................. 4
System layout? .............................................................................. 4
Control parameters ........................................................................ 5
Diagnostics .................................................................................... 5
IP settings ...................................................................................... 5
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5. Operation................................................................................... 5
5.1.
5.2.
Unit alarms..................................................................................... 6
System alarms ............................................................................... 6
Alarm menu.................................................................................... 7
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×5
×1
×1
×1
×2
1 Power supply 24 V AC for Microtech III controller
(Siemens)
2 POL687.70 Microtech III central control
(Siemens/McQuay)
3 Connectors for Microtech III controller
4 Sensor holder
5 Sensor for common leaving water
6 Basic installation instructions
Basic control .................................................................................. 5
Main menu ..................................................................................... 5
To System info ............................................................................... 5
To Unit info ..................................................................................... 5
To DHW info................................................................................... 5
To User settings ............................................................................. 6
6. Alarm handling........................................................................... 6
6.1.
6.2.
6.3.
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Intended use
7. Troubleshooting ......................................................................... 7
The central control is used to control following Daikin units in
cascade.
8. Figures....................................................................................... 8
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EKHBRD* series
9. Operation of the central control and menu structure ............... 10
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EKHVM* series
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HXHD125*
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EWAQ16..64
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EWYQ16..64
The original instructions are written in English. All other languages
are translations of the original instructions.
Every unit or group of units is connected through an RTD-W ModBus
gateway (to be bought separately from Daikin) to the central control.
Moreover, the central control can control other components of the
installation as explained in "2. General layout and setup of a system"
on page 2.
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2.
General layout and setup of a system
Refer to Figure 2: System with centralized domestic hot water
tank on page 8 for a setup example.
1A~5
A
B
C
D
E
F
Hydroboxes/inverter chillers
Centralized domestic hot water tank (field supply)
Domestic hot water sensor (Daikin option: EKCLWS)
Non-return valve (field supply)
3-way valve for DHW (field supply)
Backup heater with integrated pump (field supply)
Leaving water temperature to secondary circuit sensor
(supplied with EKCC7-W)
G Secondary circuit pump (field supply)
H Central control (supplied with EKCC7-W)
The central control can control the following in a system:

Leaving water temperature to the secondary circuit (circuit to the
heat emitters)
The setpoint for the leaving water temperature to the secondary
circuit can be set. The central control will change the setpoint of
the units and switch more or less units ON/OFF in order to reach
this setpoint.

Pump of the secondary circuit

Backup heater for room heating

Domestic hot water temperature in a centralized domestic hot
water tank
When the system is set to heating or cooling (on the central
control or by external contact connected to the central control),
the central control will switch on the pump of the secondary
circuit, switch the hydroboxes ON/OFF and change the setpoint
in order to reach the setpoint for the leaving water temperature
to the secondary circuit. In this example, units 1A and 1B are
controlled together, since they are connected to the same
RTD-W.
If the hydroboxes cannot reach the set temperature to the
secondary circuit and depending on other parameters set on the
central control, the central control will also switch on the backup
heater.
When domestic hot water heating is required, the central control
will switch the 3-way valve for DHW and increase the setpoint of
units 1A and 1B until the required domestic hot water
temperature is reached.
In case of a system with domestic hot water, the system can be set
up in 2 ways:
1.
System with integrated hot water tank(s)
In this case, the units for domestic hot water have their own
tank, 3-way valve and 3-way valve control. The parameters for
heating domestic hot water (setpoint, schedule, etc.) must be set
on the control of the unit itself. Refer to the operation/installation
manual of the unit.
On the central control, you can define whether a unit has
domestic hot water function or not. (This can be defined in the
installer settings. Refer to "Configuration" on page 4.)
If the unit is defined as a unit for domestic hot water, it will
always get the lowest priority to start up during room heating, in
order to reserve it as much as possible for DHW heating. During
room cooling, it will always get the highest priority in order to
recover the heat to the DHW tank.
Refer to Figure 3: System with integrated hot water tanks on
page 9 for a setup example.
1A~B
3~5
A
B
C
D
Hydroboxes with integrated tank
Hydroboxes/inverter chillers
Domestic hot water tanks (EKHTS200/260)
Non-return valve (field supply)
Backup heater (field supply)
Leaving water temperature to secondary circuit sensor
(supplied with EKCC7-W)
E Secondary circuit pump (field supply)
F Central control (supplied with EKCC7-W)
When the system is set to heating or cooling (on the central
control or by external contact connected to the central control),
the central control will switch on the pump of the secondary
circuit and change the setpoint of the hydroboxes in order to
reach the setpoint for the leaving water temperature to the
secondary circuit. In this example, units 1A and 1B are
controlled together, since they are connected to the same
RTD-W.
If the hydroboxes cannot reach the set temperature to the
secondary circuit and depending on other parameters set on the
central control, the central control will also switch on the backup
heater.
2.
System with centralized domestic hot water tank
In this case, a tank sensor in the centralized tank is connected to
the central control. The central control will increase the setpoint
of the units and switch the 3-way valve when the temperature in
the tank becomes too low.
INFORMATION
This means that the units are put in heating mode to
heat the DHW tank. For this reason, this setup is only
applicable to EKHBRD*AC units set to configuration C
(refer to ‘Application guide Altherma Flex for
commercial applications’).
This setup is not advised for EKHVM units, since
heating mode is only possible up to an outdoor
temperature of 25°C.
For EWYQ units, post-heating of domestic hot water
might be required, since the maximum leaving water
temperature of these units is limited to 55°C.
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3.
Installation
3.1.
Mounting place
When the central control is ON, the units will be controlled (setpoint
setting, ON/OFF control, etc.) by the central control. This will overrule
the ON/OFF setting on the individual remote controllers. For ON/OFF
control using the remote controllers of the units, the central control
must be set to OFF. In order to allow local control of the units at all
times, the central control must be installed in the vicinity of the
individual remote controllers.
3.2.
Wiring the central control
Also refer to Figure 1: Electrical wiring diagram on page 8.
WARNING
All electrical wiring must be installed by a licensed
electrician and must comply with local regulations.

Modbus wiring
The control uses Modbus to communicate with the hydroboxes.
Make sure to wire the RS485 wiring (2-wire twisted pair + shield)
from the central control to the RTD-Ws.
Also make sure to configure the addresses on the RTD-W
correctly (refer to RTD-W manual).

Digital inputs
In order to start the system in heating/cooling by an external
voltage free contact, wire the following digital inputs:
- DI1-M (T10): Heating ON
- DI2-M (T10): Cooling ON
INFORMATION
The central control can also be configured to start
heating/cooling using the central control. In that case,
it is not necessary to wire these contacts.
-
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X1-M(T8): This voltage free input changes the value of the
outdoor temperature at which the backup heater is allowed to
operate. Also refer to "4.5. Backup heater?" on page 4.
X2-M(T8): This voltage free input detects alarms of the
backup heater.
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Analog inputs
- AI1-M(T7): Common leaving water sensor. This sensor
measures the leaving water temperature to the secondary
circuit. (Supplied with EKCC7-W).
- AI2-M(T7): Domestic hot water temperature. (Daikin option
EKCLWS). Only if you have a centralized tank and DHW
must be controlled by the central control.
Digital outputs
- C3-DO3(T3): Contact to start the secondary pump. This
contact closes whenever heating or cooling is ON.
- C4-DO4(T3): Contact to energize the 3-way valve for DHW.
This contact closes when DHW heating is requested.
- C5-DO5(T4): Contact to start the backup heater. This contact
closes when backup heater operation is requested.
- C8-DO8(T4): This contact closes when there is an alarm in
the system (e.g. one of the heatpump units is in alarm, faulty
common leaving water sensor, etc.).
- C9-DO9(T5): Heating operation. This contact closes when
the system is in room heating mode.
- C10-D010(T5): Cooling operation. This contact closes when
the system is in room cooling mode.
INFORMATION
4.
Installer settings
Refer to "9. Operation of the central control and menu structure" on
page 10 for basic operation of the central control.
All items in the ‘Installer settings’ menu are explained below in detail.
To make the installer settings available, scroll to ‘Installer password’
in the main menu and enter the installer password (default: ‘6000’)
and then go to the ‘Installer settings’ menu.
4.1.
Confirmation of the installer settings
Some settings require a restart of the central control in order to
become effective. This is indicated in the first line of the ‘Installer
settings’ menu. When this line shows ‘Restart now?’, changes were
made in the installer settings that require a restart to become
effective. Enter the line and select to restart the central control.
When the line shows ‘No need to restart’, all changes are already
effective.
4.2.
Language
Select the desired language.
Contact rating:
Switching voltage AC 24 V…230 V (–20%, +10%)
4.3.

Rated current (res./ind.) Max. AC 3 A / 2 A (cos φ0.6)
Define the possible operating modes of the system.

Switching current at AC 19 V Min. AC 30 mA
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Max. external supply line fusing 6.3 A slow wire fuse or
circuit breaker.
Operating modes?
Heating only/Cooling only/Heating and cooling
This will make sure the user can only select the appropriate modes.
Restart the central control after changing these settings in order to
make them effective.
WARNING

Do not mix SELV/PELV and line voltage on the same
terminal.

Use external protection for inductive load.
4.4.
Centralized DHW tank?
Define if the system has a centralized DHW tank.
Only if the system has a centralized domestic hot water tank and field
supplied 3-way valve, select:

Centralized tank
And enter the desired value for:

DT LWT-SP tank
This value determines the temperature difference between the
setpoint of the leaving water temperature of the unit(s) and the
setpoint of the tank. The higher the value, the faster the tank can
be heated. The lower the value, the more efficiently the tank will
be heated.

DHW differential
Differential for tank heating.
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DHW differential
SP tank (set by user)
Start tank heating
Stop tank heating
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4.5.
Backup heater?
4.6.
System layout?
Define here if the system has a backup heater or not. If so, select
‘Backup heating’ and define the backup heater method.
INFORMATION
3 methods for the backup heating can be defined:
General note on schedule settings:

Method 1: Outd Temp
The backup heater will be allowed to operate, depending on the
outdoor temperature.
- BUH allowed: Below this temperature, BUH is allowed to
operate, but BUH has the lowest priority.
Above this temperature, only heatpump units will run (even if
target leaving water temperature cannot be reached, unless
a heatpump is in alarm, then also BUH will run.)
- BUH only: Below this outdoor temperature, all heatpump
units will be stopped for room heating, and only BUH will
operate for room heating.
1
2
A
B
A
Settings with time 00:00 are neglected.
ON/OFF method
Define here if the system has to be set to off, heating or cooling on
the central control (refer to the ‘User settings’ menu > Set room
mode) or by external contacts.
Configuration
Enter

No of units installed: The number of units installed.

Configure unit type auto
When ‘YES’ is selected, the system will detect and configure the
unit type (cooling only/heating only/reversible) automatically.
C
B
C
INFORMATION
1°C
3
1
2
3
4
5
A
B
C
4
At increasing outdoor temperature
At decreasing outdoor temperature
BUH only
BUH allowed
Outdoor temperature
BUH-only zone
BUH allowed
No BUH allowed
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Method 2: Outd. Temp. + ext. contacts
Define the following settings:
- With open contact
BUH allowed: Define the outdoor temperature for ‘BUH
allowed’ with OPEN contact.
BUH only: Define the outdoor temperature for ‘BUH only’ with
OPEN contact.
- With closed contact
BUH allowed: Define the outdoor temperature for ‘BUH
allowed’ with CLOSED contact.
BUH only: Define the outdoor temperature for ‘BUH only’ with
CLOSED contact.

Method 3: Outd. Temp. + time
- Time Zone 1
Define the outdoor temperature for ‘BUH allowed’ and ‘BUH
only’ from Time Zone 1 onwards.
- Time Zone 2
Define the outdoor temperature for ‘BUH allowed’ and ‘BUH
only’ from Time Zone 2 onwards.
- Select time zones
Select for every day of the week the time and zone (Time
Zone 1=Z1/Time Zone 2=Z2)
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The central control will show the maximum number of
units that can be controlled. Only the unit numbers
entered above have to be configured. After restarting
the central control, the list of units will be restricted to
the number of units installed.
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Unit configuration:
For every unit, enter the following items (the number in the ‘Unit’
column corresponds to the address on the RTD-W).
• Group (GRP)
Enter which group the indoor unit belongs to. Units belonging
to the same group are usually connected to the same
outdoor unit, because the program will start up units
belonging to the same group first, before starting up units
belonging to another group. This is done in order to avoid
several outdoor units running at the same time at low load.
• Type (TYP)
It is recommended to configure the unit type automatically
(see above). However, the type can be changed manually if
desired. In this case, enter if the unit has cooling only,
heating only or cooling and heating function.
• Domestic hot water (DHW)
What happens when you enter yes (Y) depends on whether
the domestic hot water is controlled by the central control or
not. (Refer to "2. General layout and setup of a system" on
page 2).
If the domestic hot water function is controlled by the unit(s)
itself (integrated tank) and DHW=Y for this unit, then this unit
will always get the lowest priority to start up in heating mode,
in order to preserve it for domestic hot water heating. In
cooling mode, it will get the highest priority in order to be able
to do heat recovery. Domestic hot water heating itself will be
done as configured on the remote controller of the unit.
If the domestic hot water function is controlled by the central
control (refer to Installer settings – Centralized DHW tank?),
the units for domestic hot water must be configured to
DHW=Y. When domestic hot water heating is requested, the
central control will increase the setpoint for those units only.
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4.7.
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Control parameters
Diff. LWT Heat On/Off and Diff. LWT Cool On/Off
Defines the differential above/below which the system takes
action to switch units ON or OFF. (TempxTime counter is started,
see below).
Temperature increase slaves (Temp. Incr. slaves)
This parameter determines the increase (heating)/decrease
(cooling) for the slaves. The setpoint of the ‘leading’ unit will be
equal to the setpoint of the leaving water temperature to the
secondary circuit. The setpoint of the slaves will be the setpoint
of the leaving water temperature to the secondary circuit plus
temperature increase slaves (minus temperature increase
slaves in cooling). This will lead to fully loading up of the slave
units, and capacity control by the leading unit.
TempxTime for ON and OFF
Defines the temperature×time value that must be exceeded
before a unit is switched ON or OFF. A low value will result in
fast switching ON/OFF, a high value will result in slow switching
ON/OFF.
Start delay units (seconds)
Defines the time that must expire before the control starts the
TempxTime ON counter as explained above, after a unit has
started. Since the units need time to build up capacity, it is
advised to keep this value above 500 seconds.

Corr. CLWT sensor
This is a correction value for the common leaving water sensor.

P-heating/P-cooling
Influences the number of units to be started up at the same time
(with an interval of about 10 seconds) when heating or cooling is
started. A low value will result in more units starting up, a higher
value in less.
The number of units starting up when heating or cooling is
switched ON is calculated as follows:
(------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------SP leaving water temp - leaving water temp )P-heating
e.g.: SP leaving water temp=50°C
Leaving water temp at startup=22°C
Number of units in system=12
P-heating=50°C
→ ((50–22)/50)*12=7 units will be started up at a time (with a
time difference of about 10 seconds)
4.8.

Diagnostics
Manual operation
Change ‘Auto’ to ‘Manual’.
This allows manual ON/OFF control of the digital outputs.
(Note that during this operation, the central control itself is OFF).
NOTICE
Make sure to revert to ‘Auto’ when leaving this menu.


4.9.
Running timers
Allows readout of the actual value of the running timers set in the
control parameters.
Application info
Shows information about the installed software.
IP settings
It is possible to take over the central control over the Internet. For
this, the IP address has to be configured appropriately.
Read the actual IP from ‘Current IP settings’ and, if desired, enter a
new IP address.
5.
5.1.
Operation
Basic control
Refer to "9. Operation of the central control and menu structure" on
page 10 for basic operation of the central control.
All menu structure items are explained in detail below.
5.2.
Main menu
To System info
Enters a screen with the following main information about the system.

Time and date

System mode
The system mode can be OFF, HEATING, or COOLING. If
heating or cooling is shown with a question mark, the mode is
requested, but it does not become active because the outdoor
temperature is too high. When the system is off, the letter
following OFF shows the last on mode. E.g., "OFF H" means the
system is OFF, and the last active mode was heating.

SP for LWT and Actual LWT
Setpoint and actual value of the leaving water temperature to the
secondary circuit.

Outdoor temperature
Outdoor temperature (read through Modbus from indoor unit
with Modbus address 1).

No of units ON
The number of units ON.

Backup heating
Indicates whether backup heating is ON or OFF.
To Unit info
Enters an overview screen with unit information.
The first column is the number corresponding with the Modbus
address of the unit (address set on RTD-W). The screen shows the
status (H=heating / C=cooling / DHW=domestic hot water / OFF or
error code), unit leaving water temperature (LWT), unit return water
temperature (RWT), domestic hot water temperature (DHW), and
running hours (HOURS) of the unit.
Note that the domestic hot water temperature is the temperature
detected by the domestic hot water sensor connected to the unit.
When there is an error in the unit, the corresponding error code is
shown. If ‘MDB’ (Modbus fault) is shown, check the connection to and
the status of the RTD-W.
If U5 is shown, check the P1P2 connection to the RTD-W and the
remote controller.
To view the unit’s error history, scroll to ‘STATE’ and press the Enter
button. Then select the unit number for which you want to display the
error history.
INFORMATION
When more than one unit is connected to the same
RTD-W, a group error is shown and the LWT shown is the
average LWT of all units.
To DHW info
Available only when ‘Centralized tank’ is selected in the installer
settings. Shows the setpoint, actual domestic hot water temperature
and 3-way valve status.
Access to the central control can be achieved by going to the web
page with the configured IP. The user name is ‘ADMIN’ and the
password is ‘SBTAdmin!’ (case sensitive!).
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To User settings
INFORMATION
Opens the ‘User settings’ menu with following items:
This setting may also be available on the units. Make
sure the setting on the unit is equal to or higher than
the setting on the central control.

Time/date
Enter the correct time and date if you want to use the quiet
mode, room heating or DHW heating schedules.

Quiet mode
Select OFF, ON, or SCHEDULED.
The central control will send the quiet mode command to the
units as selected. (Make sure to set the desired quiet mode level
on the units themselves. Refer to the installation manual of the
units – parameter [8-03].)
A schedule for the quiet mode can be entered in the ‘Settings’
menu (see below).
•

Settings for DHW
INFORMATION
This setting only needs to be done in case of a
centralized tank! Centralized tank must be set in the
installer settings for this menu to be accessible.
INFORMATION
Set the schedule timer on the units to OFF.



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Set room mode
Select OFF, COOLING, or HEATING mode.
If ‘By external contacts’ is selected in Installer settings - System
layout? - ON/OFF method, the mode cannot be selected on the
central control, but only by external contacts.
Domestic hot water
Select the domestic hot water mode.
If set to ‘ON’, the domestic hot water will be heated in
accordance with the schedule that can be set in the ‘Settings’
menu (see below).
If ‘Reheat now?’ is set to ‘ON’, heating of the domestic hot water
will be started immediately until the set reheat temperature
(Reheat now till:) is reached.
Settings
INFORMATION
LWT schedule
Enter the deviation from the heating curve in function
of time.
Room cooling
As above, but for cooling.
-
DHW schedule
Enter the desired domestic hot water temperature in function
of time.
Disinfect params
Enter the desired disinfection temperature, disinfection
duration and day of the week and time to start disinfection.
The tank will be heated until the entered disinfection temperature for
an (accumulated) time equal to the disinfection duration is reached.
6.
Alarm handling
Unit alarms and system alarms can occur. For both types of alarm,
the digital alarm output (C8-DO8) will be closed and an alarm will be
indicated in the upper right corner of the display when an alarm is
generated.
General note on schedule settings:
Settings with time 00:00 are neglected.
 Quiet mode schedule
Enter the quiet mode schedule for every day of the week.
(1 = quiet mode activated)
 Settings for room
- Room heating
• Leaving water temp.
Define the heating curve (leaving water temperature
in function of outdoor temperature).
6.1.
Unit alarms
When a unit alarm occurs, the central control will no longer use the
unit (or group of units connected to the same RTD-W), and the
remote controller of this unit (or group of units) will be set to OFF.
This implies that the alarm can no longer be seen on the remote
controller. (ON/OFF LED is OFF and no error code). However, the
alarm can be seen on the central control in the 'Unit info' menu.
After the cause of the alarm is tackled, the unit has to be switched ON
manually (press the ON button on the remote controller). The unit will
then be controlled again by the central control and will switch ON or
OFF as required.
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6.2.
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System alarms
Following system alarms can occur:
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
Faulty common leaving water sensor
When the common leaving water sensor indicates a value below
0°C or above 150°C (open sensor), an alarm is generated and
all units are switched ON in the currently requested mode up to
the currently requested setpoint.
Units configured for heating a centralized DHW tank are also
switched to room heating, but when DHW heating is requested,
the setpoint will be increased and the 3-way valve will be
energized, as in the normal DHW mode.

Faulty domestic hot water sensor (centralized tank)
When the domestic hot water sensor indicates a value below
0°C or above 150°C (open sensor), an alarm is generated and
all units configured for DHW heating are operated for DHW
heating and the DHW 3-way valve is energized when the DHW
mode is requested.
(The system operates as if it sees a DHW temperature that
never reached the setpoint).

Backup heater alarm
When the backup heater alarm is active (X2-M closed), an alarm
is generated.
LWT at low Ta
LWT at high Ta
Low Ta
High Ta
INFORMATION
There is no need to define the setpoint on the units.
The setpoint is transferred by the central control.
Make sure the weather dependent function on the
units is set to OFF!
•
Max. Ta heating
Enter the room temperature above which the system
should not heat.
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6.3.
Alarm menu
Press the alarm button to access the following screen:

7.
Alarm list
Shows a list of the current alarms.
Troubleshooting

MDB is shown in the ‘Unit info’ menu.
Make sure that the Modbus connection to the RTD-W with the
corresponding address is correct.
Make sure that the correct number of connected units is defined
in the installer settings.

U5 is shown in the ‘Unit info’ menu.
Make sure that the P1P2 connection to the RTD-W with the
corresponding address is correct. If so, interrupt the power to the
RTD-W and apply it again.

Some lines are not available in the menus.
Interrupt the power to the EKCC7 central control, make the
correct installer settings, and apply the power again.

Room mode cannot be set. The text "Not available. By external
contacts" appears.
Room mode can only be set by external contacts from the
thermostat. To set the mode on the central control, change the
installer settings.
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Figures
RTD-W
T7: AI1-M
T7: AI2-M
230 V
X1 M X2
DI1 M DI2
T8: X1-M
T8: X2-M
T10: DI1-M
T10: DI2-M
T3: C3-DO3
T3: C4-DO4
T4: C5-DO5
T4: C8-DO8
T5: C9-DO9
T5: C10-DO10
RTD-W
AC 24...230 V (–20%, +10%)
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Min. AC 30 mA
Figure 1: Electrical wiring diagram
E
A
F
D
C
B
1B
1A
RTD-W
G
3
4
RTD-W
5
RTD-W
RTD-W
H
Figure 2: System with centralized domestic hot water tank
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C
D
A
A
E
B
3
4
5
1B
1A
RTD-W
RTD-W
RTD-W
RTD-W
F
Figure 3: System with integrated hot water tanks
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Central control for hydroboxes
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9.
Operation of the central control and menu structure
1 2 3
4
5
1
Alarm button: press this button to enter the alarm menu.
2
Main menu button: press this button to return to the ‘MAIN
MENU’ screen at all times.
3
Return button: press this button to return to the previous screen.
4
Select button: turn this button to scroll up and down through the
menus. Press the button to enter your selection.
5
BSP LED. This LED should be green. See below for the possible
states of the LED.
BSP LED status
Every second flashing
between red and green
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Green
Application running
Yellow
Application loaded but not running
Yellow flashing
Application not loaded
Red flashing
BSP error (software error)
Red ON
Hardware error
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Screens shaded in gray are visible only depending on settings in the installer menu.
MAIN MENU
To System info
To Unit info
To DHW info
To User settings
To Installer settings
Installer password
X
X
X
X
X
X
MAIN MENU
To System info
To Unit info
To DHW info
To User settings
To Installer settings
Installer password
X
X
X
X
X
X
MAIN MENU
To System info
To Unit info
To DHW info
To User settings
To Installer settings
Installer password
X
X
X
X
X
X
MAIN MENU
To System info
To Unit info
To DHW info
To User settings
To Installer settings
Installer password
X
X
X
X
X
X
SYSTEM INFO
15.02.2013
System mode
SP for LWT
Actual LWT
Outdoor temperature
Nr of units ON
Backup heating
UNIT INFO
STATE LWT
1H
50
2H
50
3 OFF 31
4 A6 31
RWT DHWT HOURS X
45 50
199
45
400
32
440
32
210
DHW INFO
DHW setpoint
DHW temperature
DHW 3-way valve
ERROR HISTORY UNIT
SELECT UNIT No
2
11/11/2012 10:38 A6
60.0°C
58.6°C
OFF
USER SETTINGS
Time/date
Quiet mode
Set room mode
Domestic hot water
Settings
X
X
X
X
X
USER SETTINGS
Time/date
Quiet mode
Set room mode
Domestic hot water
Settings
X
X
X
X
X
USER SETTINGS
Time/date
Quiet mode
Set room mode
Domestic hot water
Settings
X
X
X
X
X
USER SETTINGS
Time/date
Quiet mode
Set room mode
Domestic hot water
Settings
X
X
X
X
X
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15:21:33
Heating
30.0°C
30.8°C
9.0°C
0/3
OFF
TIME/DATE
SELECT UNIT NR
21.11.2012
TIME/DATE
SELECT UNIT NR
2
2
16:00:29
21.11.2012
QUIET MODE
16:00:29
QUIET MODE
OFF
SCHEDULED
SET ROOM MODE
HEATING
SET ROOM MODE
COOLING AND HEATING
SETTINGS FOR DHW
Select DHW mode: ON
Reheat now? OFF
Reheat now till: 50°C
SETTINGS FOR DHW
SETTINGS FOR DHW
Select DHW mode: ON
Reheat now? OFF
Reheat now till: 50°C
SETTINGS FOR DHW
SETTINGS FOR DHW
Select DHW mode: ON
Reheat now? OFF
Reheat now till: 50°C
SETTINGS FOR DHW
SELECT DHW MODE ON
Reheat Now? OFF
Reheat Now till: 50°C
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Central control for hydroboxes
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USER SETTINGS
Time/date
Quiet mode
Set room mode
Domestic hot water
Settings
SETTINGS
X
X
X
X
X
Quiet mode schedule
X
Settings for room
X
Settings for DHW
X
SETTINGS
QUIET MODE SCHEDULE
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
SETTINGS FOR ROOM
QUIET MODE SCHEDULE
Wednesday
Time 1
22:00
Time 2
08:00
Time 3
00:00
Time 4
00:00
Time 5
00:00
Time 6
00:00
1
0
0
0
0
0
SETTINGS FOR ROOM HEATING
Quiet mode schedule
X
Room heating
X
Leaving water temp
X
Settings for room
X
Room cooling
X
Max Ta heating
X
Settings for DHW
X
LWT schedule
X
SETTINGS FOR ROOM HEATING
Leaving water temp
X
Max Ta heating
X
LWT schedule
X
SETTINGS FOR ROOM HEATING
USER SETTINGS
Leaving water temp
X
Max Ta heating
X
LWT schedule
X
SETTINGS FOR ROOM COOLING
Room heating
X
Leaving water temp
X
Room cooling
X
Min Ta cooling
X
LWT schedule
X
SETTINGS FOR ROOM COOLING
Leaving water temp
X
Min Ta cooling
X
LWT schedule
X
SETTINGS FOR ROOM COOLING
SETTINGS
DHW SETTINGS
Quiet mode schedule
X
Settings for room
X
DHW schedule
X
Settings for DHW
X
Disinfect params
X
DHW SETTINGS
Leaving water temp
X
Min Ta cooling
X
LWT schedule
X
DHW SCHEDULE
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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Low Ta
LWT at low Ta
–10°C
60°C
High Ta
LWT at high Ta
15°C
60°C
MAX. OUTDOOR FOR HEATING
Max Ta heating
LWT SCHEDULE HEATING
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
20°C
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
LWT SCHEDULE HEATING
Wednesday
Time 1
22:00
–10°C
Time 2
06:00
0
Time 3
00:00
0
Time 4
00:00
0
Time 5
00:00
0
Time 6
00:00
0
DEFINE COOLING CURVE
Low Ta
LWT at low Ta
20°C
15°C
High Ta
LWT at high Ta
30°C
8°C
MIN. OUTDOOR FOR COOLING
Min Ta cooling
LWT SCHEDULE COOLING
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
DHW SCHEDULE
Wednesday
Time 1
22:00
Time 2
06:00
Time 3
00:00
Time 4
00:00
Time 5
00:00
Time 6
00:00
20°C
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
LWT SCHEDULE COOLING
Wednesday
Time 1
22:00
10°C
Time 2
06:00
0
Time 3
00:00
0
Time 4
00:00
0
Time 5
00:00
0
Time 6
00:00
0
65°C
50°C
0
0
0
0
DISINFECT PARAMS
Disinfect temp 55°C
Disinfection duration
EKCC7-W
DEFINE HEATING CURVE
60 min
DHW schedule
X
Day
Saturday
Disinfect params
X
Time
22:00
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Indicates whether a restart of the central control is required to make changes made in the installer menu effective.
MAIN MENU
To System info
To Unit info
To DHW info
To User settings
To Installer settings
Installer password
X
X
X
X
X
X
INSTALLER SETTINGS
Restart now?(1)
Language
Operating modes?
Centralized DHW tank?
Backup heater?
System layout?
Control parameters
Diagnostics
IP settings
INSTALLER SETTINGS
Restart now?
Set languageh
Operating modes?
Centralized DHW tank?
Backup heater?
System layout?
Control parameters
Diagnostics
IP settings
INSTALLER SETTINGS
Restart now?
Set languageh
Operating modes?
Centralized DHW tank?
Backup heater?
System layout?
Control parameters
Diagnostics
IP settings
INSTALLER SETTINGS
Restart now?
Set languageh
Operating modes?
Centralized DHW tank?
Backup heater?
System layout?
Control parameters
Diagnostics
IP settings
INSTALLER SETTINGS
English
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Language
English
OPERATING MODES?
Heating and cooling
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
CENTRALIZED DHW TANK?
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Centralized tank
DT LWT-SP tank
DHW differential
15°C
10°C
BACKUP HEATER?
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
BACKUP HEATER?
Backup heating
Method X
Backup heating
Method X
BUH TIME ZONE SCHEDULE
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
INSTALLER SETTINGS
Restart now?
Set languageh
Operating modes?
Centralized DHW tank?
Backup heater?
System layout?
Control parameters
Diagnostics
IP settings
INSTALLER SETTINGS
Restart now?
Set languageh
Operating modes?
Centralized DHW tank?
Backup heater?
System layout?
Control parameters
Diagnostics
IP settings
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
SYSTEM LAYOUT?
ON/OFF method
Configuration
X
X
SYSTEM LAYOUT?
ON/OFF method
Configuration
X
X
CONTROL PARAMETERS
Diff LWT Heat on
Diff LWT Heat off
Diff LWT Cool on
Diff LWT Cool off
Temp.incr.slaves
TempxTime for ON
Start delay units
Corr. CLWT sensor
TempxTime for OFF
Pheating
Pcooling
BACKUP HEATER?
Outd. Temp+Time
Settings X
1/7
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
BACKUP HEATER?
Time zone 1
BUH allowed
BUH only
Time zone 2
BUH allowed
BUH only
Select time zones
0°C
–10°C
0°C
–15°C
X
BUH TIME ZONE SCHEDULE 4/7
Wednesday
Time 1
22:00
Z1
Time 2
08:00
Z2
Time 3
12:00
0
Time 4
14:00
0
Time 5
16:00
0
Time 6
18:00
0
ON/OFF METHOD
BY EXTERNAL CONTACTS
CONFIGURATION
No of units installed
Configure unit type auto.
Unit configuration
3
X
X
UNIT CONFIGURATION
Unit GRP TYP DHW
01
1 H/C YES
02
1 H/C NO
03
1 H/C NO
3°C
0°C
3°C
0°C
5°C
120
600
0
120
50
50
(1)Restart now? indicates that a restart of the central control is required in order to make
changes made in the installer menu effective.
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Central control for hydroboxes
4P341705-1 – 2013.02
INSTALLER SETTINGS
Restart now?
Set languageh
Operating modes?
Centralized DHW tank?
Backup heater?
System layout?
Control parameters
Diagnostics
IP settings
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
DIAGNOSTICS
Manual operation
Running timers
Application info
X
X
X
DIAGNOSTICS
Manual operation
Running timers
Application info
X
X
X
DIAGNOSTICS
Manual operation
Running timers
Application info
INSTALLER SETTINGS
Restart now?
Set languageh
Operating modes?
Centralized DHW tank?
Backup heater?
System layout?
Control parameters
Diagnostics
IP settings
MAIN MENU
To System info
To Unit info
To DHW info
To Metering info
To User settings
To Installer settings
Installer password
RUNNING TIMERS
HEATING
TempxTime for ON
TempxTime for OFF
COOLING
TempxTime for ON
TempxTime for OFF
Start delay units
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
MANUAL OPERATION
MANUAL
Secondary pump
BUH heater
DHW 3-way valve
Cooling operation
Heating operation
Alarm output
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
0
0
0
0
0
APPLICATION INFO
24.Mrz.2011
Template WS9
POL687
2013231624
TV01.00
ON
ENTER PASSWORD
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
h
Enter password
Close account
Change password
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Central control for hydroboxes
4P341705-1 – 2013.02
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
IP SETTINGS
DHCP
Current IP settings
10.32.132.22
255.255.255.0
192.168.1.1
New IP settings
10.32.132.22
255.255.255.0
192.168.1.1
X
X
X
MANUAL OPERATION
AUTO
Secondary pump
BUH heater
DHW 3-way valve
Cooling operation
Heating operation
Alarm output
X
X
X
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