81PC0102 MANUAL TEHNIC INSTAL ORIG

81PC0102 MANUAL TEHNIC INSTAL ORIG
K20128EN ed.3
THAITY 105÷116
ELECTA range
Monobloc heat pumps with reversible integrated pump on the
cooling cycle with air evaporation/condensation and helical
fans. Range with rotary hermetic compressors brushless DC
inverter and R410A refrigerant.
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ELECTA THAITY 105÷116
INDEX
INDEX
1. GENERAL FEATURES.................................................................................................................................................................................3
Declared conditions of use.................................................................................................................................................................3
2. PREMISE......................................................................................................................................................................................................4
3. TECHNICAL DATA "ELECTA".....................................................................................................................................................................5
4. PLANT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM INTEGRATED "ELECTA".....................................................................................................................6
5. "USER INTERFACE"....................................................................................................................................................................................7
6. POWER LEVELS AND SOUND PRESSURE..............................................................................................................................................8
7. PERFORMANCE DATA................................................................................................................................................................................8
Cooling Capacity (ΔT = 5 °C at the Evaporator)................................................................................................................................8
Heating Capacity (ΔT = 5 °C at the Condenser)..............................................................................................................................11
Cooling performance according to the UNI EN 14511:2011 useful to calculate the seasonal efficiency ratios...............................14
Thermal performance in accordance with the UNI EN 14511:2011 useful to calculate the seasonal efficiency ratios....................15
8. OPERATING RANGE.................................................................................................................................................................................16
9. MAIN COMPONENTS.................................................................................................................................................................................16
10. LOGIC OF OPERATION...........................................................................................................................................................................17
Heat pump on/off state:....................................................................................................................................................................17
Circulators activation........................................................................................................................................................................18
Cooling/Heating operation MODE....................................................................................................................................................18
Limit of frequency "NIGHT MODE"..................................................................................................................................................19
SET POINT 2 Activation...................................................................................................................................................................19
Logic of the climatic curves..............................................................................................................................................................19
Inverter frequency modulation..........................................................................................................................................................20
Outdoor air temperature sensor.......................................................................................................................................................20
Storage DHW heating......................................................................................................................................................................20
DHW Integrating electric resistance.................................................................................................................................................21
Dehumidifier Management...............................................................................................................................................................21
Room Thermostat Output.................................................................................................................................................................21
Comfort/Attenuation time periods.....................................................................................................................................................21
Additional generator.........................................................................................................................................................................22
Mixing valve for underfloor heating..................................................................................................................................................22
Anti-freeze protection.......................................................................................................................................................................22
11. DIMENSIONS AND POSITION WATER CONNECTIONS.........................................................................................................23
13. LIFTING AND WEIGHTS..........................................................................................................................................................................24
14. CLEARANCE AND POSITIONING...........................................................................................................................................................24
15. CAPACITIES AND PRESSURES AVAILABLE AT HEAT PUMP OUTLET .............................................................................................25
16. HIDRAULIC CONNECTIONS...................................................................................................................................................................26
17. CONNECTIONS ON THE TERMINAL BLOCK........................................................................................................................................27
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ELECTA THAITY 105÷116
1. GENERAL FEATURES
Declared conditions of use
The THAITY units are monobloc heat pumps with reversible integrated
pump on the cooling cycle with air evaporation/condensation and helical
fans. Range with rotary hermetic compressors brushless DC inverter and
R410A refrigerant.
They are suitable in air conditioning installations where it is necessary
chilled water and hot water, not for human consumption.
The units are designed for outdoor installation.
The units comply with the following Directives:
◦◦ 2006/42/EC Machinery Directive
◦◦ Low voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
◦◦ Electromagnetic compatibility Directive 2004/108/EC
◦◦ Regulation n.327/2011/UE implementing Directive 2009/125/EC ERP
◦◦ Restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and
electronic equipment 2011/65/EU
Guide to reading the code
"SERIES" code
T
Water
production unit
"MODEL" code
H
Heat pump
A
I
Air-cooled
Inverter activated hermetic
compressor
T
High
efficency
Y
R410A
refrigerant fluid
1
05 ÷ 16
n° compressors
Approximate
cooling capacity
(in kW)
Example: THAITY 105 P0
○ Heat pump unit;
○ Air-cooled;
○ n° 1 inverter-activated hermetic compressor;
○ High efficiency version
○ R410A refrigerant fluid;
○ Nominal cooling capacity of approximately 5 kW;
○ With circulating pump.
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ELECTA THAITY 105÷116
2. PREMISE
The reversible cycle air-water heat pumps with inverter technology have
been designed for medium-small sized residential and commercial applications. This equipment, characterised by excellent energy effective
values and by exceptionally low sound levels, is able to satisfy even the
most demanding requirements with regard to operating temperature.
They foresee the use of R-410A refrigerant as well as the use of inverter
in CC rotary compressors, of extremely silent fans and of a microprocessor control system.
Advanced technology
• Electronic management system equipped with various sensors placed
in key positions of the cooling circuit to electronically detect the operating state of the system. Two microregulators receive the input from
these sensors and manage them using particularly developed algorithms to optimise the flow of the refrigerant and the operating of the more
important components, that is the compressor, the fans motors and
the impulse modulating valve.
• Impulse modulating valve, which is a two-way throttling device that optimises the entity and overheating of the circulating refrigerant preventing the liquid returning towards the compressor. This device further
increases the already high performances and reliability of the system.
• Air circulating system, made of a propeller fan, as well as an orifice and
a delivery grill studied and realised to optimise the sound level of the
machine.
Features
• Wide operating range, in cold and in heating, studied to offer higher
performances in a wide range of temperatures.
• Twin rotary compressors with inverter driver to offer greater reliability,
low energy consumptions and operating without vibrations in all working conditions.
• Variable speed fans with propellers having patented blades and characterised by an innovative profile studied to guarantee the best distribution of the air and exceptionally contained sound levels.
• Water side plate brazed plate exchanger in stainless steel properly insulated.
• Air side exchanger composed of coil with copper pipes and aluminium
fins.
• The frame is made of galvanized steel and painted complete with condensation drain pan and heating resistance working in winter conditions.
• Compensation curve of the pre-set set-point or customised to guarantee a stable capacity supply and equivalent to the load set by the utilities, in every atmospheric condition.
• An output for the connection and integration of the equipment with any
existing outdoor heat sources allows a bivalent approach to the winter load and, therefore, greater saving and comfort in every climatic
condition.
• Input and output connections for the three-way valve of an eventual humidifier, ideal for radiator and panel systems, used to control humidity.
• Possibility of obtaining outlet hot water with a temperature of up to 60°C,
allowing use of this equipment in both radiator systems and for the
production, even instantaneous, of DHW.
PUMP installation
Unit complete with pump, 3 bar safety valve, relief valve and pressure
gauge.
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Respect for the environment
• R-410A Refrigerant without impact on the ozone layer
– It is a refrigerant without chlorine and belongs to the HFC family; it has no negative effect on the ozone atmospheric layer
– Being high density it requires lower load
– Its thermodynamic features allow obtaining high energy efficiency ratio.
This unit contains fluoride gases with greenhouse effect covered
by the Kyoto Protocol. The maintenance and disposal operations
must be performed only by qualified staff.
1.1 Accessories supplied separately
- KSA: anti-vibration support
- KFA: Water filter
- KRIT: integrative electric heater
- KEAP: additional outdoor air probe
- KVDEV: 3-way diverter valve for managing the production of domestic
hot water
- KCTR: user terminal and programmable thermostat
ELECTA THAITY 105÷116
3. TECHNICAL DATA "ELECTA"
Model
Application radiant panels
Nominal heating capacity (1)
COP (1)
Nominal heating capacity(1) EN 14511:2011
COP (1) EN 14511:2011
Nominal heating capacity (2)
COP (2)
COP (2) EN 14511:2011
Nominal power cooling (3)
EER (3)
Nominal power cooling (3) EN 14511:2011
EER (3) EN 14511:2011
Application fan
Nominal heating capacity (4)
COP (4)
Nominal heating capacity (4) EN 14511:2011
COP (4) EN 14511:2011
Nominal power cooling (5)
EER (5)
Nominal power cooling (5) EN 14511:2011
EER (5) EN 14511:2011
ESEER EN 14511:2011
Sound power (7)
Sound pressure (6)
Compressor
Fan
Air flow rate
Heat exchanger nominal flow water side (5)
Circulator available head pressure (5)
Coolant filling R410A
Polyester oil charge
Electrical data
Absorbed power in winter operation (1)
Absorbed power in winter operation (2)
Absorbed power in winter operation (4)
Power consumption in cooling operation (3)
Power consumption in cooling operation (5)
Electrical power supply
Auxiliary power supply
Power consumption circulator
Nominal current (1)
Nominal current (4)
Nominal current (3)
Nominal current (5)
Maximum current
Dimensions
Width (L)
Height (H)
Depth (P)
Water connections
Weight
kW
kW
kW
kW
kW
kW
kW
kW
kW
dB(A)
dB(A)
n°
m3/h
l/min
kPa
kg
kg
105
110
116
6,57
4,15
6,48
4,34
4,75
2,61
2,70
5,09
3,68
5,18
4,02
10,00
4,38
9,87
4,58
6,61
2,64
2,70
7,20
3,40
7,30
3,61
16,19
4,04
16,00
4,20
10,82
2,71
2,80
15,92
3,70
16,11
3,91
6,26
3,03
6,18
3,12
3,75
2,72
3,84
2,98
4,00
60
35
9,84
3,36
9,75
3,44
5,45
2,74
5,53
2,91
3,35
62
37
Hermetic Scroll
1
3600
15,62
55
1,72
See compressor plate
15,40
3,30
15,20
3,40
12,40
2,81
12,60
3,00
3,90
63
38
4,01
3,99
4,67
4,30
4,41
1000
1418
330
1-1/4 ”
118
1
3760
10,75
85
1,05
kW
kW
kW
kW
kW
V-ph-Hz
V-ph-Hz
kW
A
A
A
A
A
1,59
1,82
2,07
1,38
1,38
0,13
7,3
9,5
6,3
6,3
11,2
2,28
2,51
2,93
2,12
1,99
230-1- 50
230-1- 50
0,1
10,4
13,4
9,7
9,1
17,5
mm
mm
mm
Ø
kg
898
675
300
3/4 ”
52
850
882
330
1”
74
2
7788
35,53
90
2,99
0,17
18,3
21,4
19,6
20,6
25,3
Data referred to the following conditions:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
In the following conditions: evaporator inlet air temperature 7°C B.S., 6°C B.U.; hot water temperature 35°C; differential temperature at the evaporator 5°C.
In the following conditions: evaporator inlet air temperature -7°C B.S., 6°C B.U.; hot water temperature 35°C to the same extent of the condition (1).
In the following conditions: condenser inlet air temperature 35°C; refrigerated water temperature 18°C; differential temperature at the evaporator 5°C.
In the following conditions: evaporator inlet air temperature 7°C B.S., 6°C B.U.; hot water temperature 45°C; differential temperature at the evaporator 5°C.
In the following conditions: condenser inlet air temperature 35°C; refrigerated water temperature 7°C; differential temperature at the evaporator 5°C.
Sound pressure level in dB(A) referring to measurement at 5 m from the unit, with directional factor equal to 2.
Sound power level in dB(A) on the basis of measurements taken in accordance with UNI EN-ISO 9614 and Eurovent 8/1.
ESEER (European Seasonal EER) - European average seasonal energy efficiency
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ELECTA THAITY 105÷116
4. PLANT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM INTEGRATED "ELECTA"
Description
The integrated management of the thermal system and of the heat pump happens by means of an innovative "USER INTERFACE" regulator integrated
therein. The User Interface is connected to the same management inputs of the heat pump and to a specific electric termination board “PCB-TERMINAT
BLOCK”, where the various inputs and outputs of the parts constituting the plant can be connected. The particularity of the USER INTERFACE is made
of a parametric software enabling the customisation of residential comfort, based on the various requirements of rational use of the energy sources and
of the terminal units, for eco sustainability of the entire system. In addition to the normal controls on the mode and state of operation of the heat pump,
all parameters relating to the plant management algorithms can be set using the USER INTERFACE keys. To complete the functions present in the
USER INTERFACE, it is possible to connect the TERMINAL BLOCK with a KCTR user keyboard (optional accessory), that controls the temperature
and humidity of the main room in the home.
In addition to setting the room temperature and humidity by means of the KCTR, the user can also define the periods of attenuation of the environmental comfort. There is also the possibility of activating the main state and methods of operation of the heat pump and displays available on the USER
INTERFACE.
EXAMPLE OF THE SYSTEM WITH ELECTA AND KCTR: heating with underfloor heating and cooling with fan coil
Fan coils
Thermostat
Thermostat
KCTR
Radiant panels 2
Radiant panels 1
Radiant panels 3
A
18 ÷ 35 °C
7 ÷ 45 °C
18 ÷ 35 °C
18 ÷ 35 °C
(*)
Valve by-pass
-20 ÷ +43 °C
Storage tank 50 ℓ
With the diagram system we want to represent
a classic example of heating by means of radiant panels, and cooling with fan coil. Using
the KCTR installed in the main environment
(1) it is possible to control the activation of the
ELECTA and the head of the radiant panels 1.
With thermostats installed in the other environments (2 and 3) it is possible to control the
heads of the respective radiant panels (2 and
3). The 3-way valve must be installed in such a
way that, when it is not powered, the flow is directed to the radiant panels, and the configuration parameter of the mode switching must be
configured to 101 = 1. This way, by performing
the electrical connections to the TERMINAL
BLOCK represented in the image:
- if the contacts remain open one has the heating operation, the 3-way valve sends water
to the radiant collectors and the ELECTA produces water suitable to radiant systems.
- if the contacts are closed it switches to the
cooling operation, the 3-way valve, powered,
sends water to the fan coil and the ELECTA
produces water that is suitable for fan coil systems (Set Point 2).
(*) See detail "A"
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TERMINAL BLOCK
ELECTA THAITY 105÷116
5. "USER INTERFACE"
The keypad display shows the machine allows the integrated management of the heat pump and the heat system. Below are its main functions
and the access methods to the individual parameters enabling customisation of operation with different engineering types and/or use of the system.
The keypad is positioned in the heat pump, under the side cover for access to the electrical connections of the same
Display in main screen
Permanent start-up
Intermittent start-up
Clock or Water Outlet Temperature.
The writing Off, if control is disabled (closed Remote On/Off).
-
Been active warning (alarm)
-
Heating operation (set)
Heating operation forced by control (DHW)
Cooling operation (set)
-
Heat pump OFF
-
Defrosting
-
State of attenuation of environmental comfort
Active maximum frequency limit (Night mode)
N° 1
Pump 1 (HP)
Pump 2 (System)
N° 2
Dehumidifier running
-
N° 3
Domestic hot water production (DHW)
-
N° 4
Electric heater running as DHW integration
Electric heater running as antilegionnaires integration
N° 5
Auxiliary generator running
-
N° 6
Frost protection function 1
Frost protection function 2
N° 7
Water operation at set point 2 (for fan coil)
-
Clock setting
-
Accessory KCTR
Programmable thermostat to be installed inside the home to manage temperature and hours of operation, ensuring maximum comfort and minimum
power consumption. It also allows you to activate the main states and
modes of operation of the heat pump and back views of the main control
board.
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6. POWER LEVELS AND SOUND PRESSURE
Sound power level in dB(A) by octave bands
Modell
THAITY
125 Hz
250 Hz
500 Hz
1000 Hz
2000 Hz
4000 Hz
8000 Hz
Lw dB(A)
Lp dB(A)
105
63
60
58
56
51
43
36
60
35
110
65
63
60
58
54
45
38
62
37
116
66
64
61
58
54
46
39
63
38
Lw
Sound power level in dB(A) on the basis of measurements made in compliance with the UNI UNI EN-ISO9614 standard and Eurovent 8/1.
Lp
Sound pressure level in dB(A) referring to measurement at 5 m from the unit, with directional factor equal to 2.
7. PERFORMANCE DATA
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•
Nominal output values fall within the range of the minimum and maximum frequency of the compressor work.
Values of electric power (compressor + fan + circulating pump) absorbed at different work conditions can be calculated as ratio between cooling or
thermal capacity of the machine and the corresponding value of EER and COP at different work frequencies.
Cooling Capacity (ΔT = 5 °C at the Evaporator)
% RATE COMPARED TO THE NOMINAL
100%
Modell
T water
outlet
T air
20
7
10
THAITY 105
13
15
18
8
90%
77%
64%
38%
% RATE COMPARED TO THE NOMINAL
100%
90%
Cooling capacity (kW)
-
77%
64%
38%
EER
-
-
3,02
1,67
-
-
-
5,05
6,36
25
-
-
3,21
2,67
1,53
-
-
3,61
3,92
4,51
30
4,01
3,63
3,14
2,63
1,55
2,95
3,13
3,37
3,61
3,90
35
3,75
3,40
2,95
2,49
1,50
2,72
2,87
3,06
3,24
3,35
38
3,53
3,20
2,79
2,35
1,44
2,53
2,67
2,83
2,97
3,01
42
3,01
2,74
2,39
2,03
1,27
2,04
2,14
2,26
2,36
2,34
20
-
-
-
3,21
1,76
-
-
-
5,39
6,76
25
-
-
3,44
2,85
1,62
-
-
3,87
4,21
4,81
30
4,34
3,93
3,39
2,83
1,65
3,20
3,39
3,65
3,90
4,20
35
4,11
3,73
3,23
2,71
1,63
2,98
3,14
3,35
3,54
3,64
38
3,90
3,54
3,08
2,60
1,58
2,80
2,95
3,13
3,28
3,31
42
3,40
3,09
2,69
2,28
1,41
2,30
2,41
2,54
2,65
2,62
20
-
-
-
3,40
1,84
-
-
-
5,73
7,15
25
-
-
3,67
3,04
1,70
-
-
4,14
4,49
5,11
30
4,68
4,23
3,64
3,04
1,75
3,44
3,65
3,93
4,20
4,48
35
4,48
4,05
3,51
2,94
1,75
3,24
3,42
3,64
3,84
3,93
38
4,28
3,89
3,37
2,84
1,71
3,07
3,23
3,43
3,59
3,60
42
3,79
3,44
2,99
2,53
1,55
2,56
2,69
2,83
2,94
2,89
20
-
-
-
3,53
1,89
-
-
-
5,96
7,42
25
-
-
3,83
3,16
1,76
-
-
4,32
4,68
5,30
30
4,91
4,43
3,81
3,17
1,82
3,61
3,83
4,11
4,39
4,67
35
4,72
4,27
3,69
3,09
1,82
3,42
3,60
3,83
4,04
4,12
38
4,54
4,12
3,57
3,00
1,80
3,26
3,43
3,63
3,80
3,80
42
3,96
3,60
3,13
2,64
1,61
2,56
2,68
2,82
2,94
2,87
20
-
-
-
3,72
1,97
-
-
-
6,30
7,80
25
-
-
4,06
3,35
1,84
-
-
4,59
4,97
5,60
30
5,25
4,74
4,07
3,38
1,92
3,86
4,10
4,40
4,69
4,96
35
5,09
4,60
3,97
3,32
1,94
3,68
3,88
4,13
4,35
4,40
38
4,93
4,46
3,86
3,24
1,92
3,54
3,72
3,93
4,11
4,08
42
4,35
3,95
3,43
2,89
1,75
2,81
2,94
3,10
3,21
3,12
ELECTA THAITY 105÷116
Cooling Capacity (ΔT = 5 °C at the Evaporator)
% RATE COMPARED TO THE NOMINAL
141%
Modell
T water
outlet
7
10
THAITY 110
13
15
18
T air
111%
100%
93%
65%
% RATE COMPARED TO THE NOMINAL
141%
111%
Cooling capacity (kW)
100%
93%
65%
EER
25
-
7,92
7,06
6,37
4,62
-
4,15
4,25
4,49
5,57
30
8,97
6,81
6,24
5,30
3,46
2,46
3,26
3,42
3,37
3,59
35
7,57
5,73
5,45
4,24
2,33
1,90
2,53
2,74
2,46
2,13
38
6,86
5,09
4,97
3,62
1,67
1,65
2,15
2,38
2,00
1,41
42
4,88
4,11
4,27
2,69
0,64
1,10
1,64
1,92
1,39
0,50
25
-
8,03
7,77
6,71
5,21
-
4,27
4,18
4,65
6,26
30
9,64
7,12
6,91
5,80
4,08
3,34
3,39
3,48
3,62
4,20
35
8,09
6,22
6,07
4,90
2,99
2,61
2,69
2,88
2,78
2,69
38
7,28
5,70
5,59
4,37
2,35
2,26
2,33
2,54
2,35
1,97
42
5,18
4,89
4,79
3,58
1,35
1,53
1,86
2,11
1,81
1,03
25
-
8,32
8,18
7,05
5,60
-
4,39
4,27
4,87
6,66
30
10,04
7,46
7,30
6,20
4,50
3,45
3,53
3,60
3,85
4,61
35
8,42
6,61
6,45
5,36
3,42
2,69
2,84
3,01
3,03
3,08
38
7,57
6,13
5,96
4,87
2,80
2,33
2,49
2,68
2,60
2,35
42
5,46
5,36
5,13
4,14
1,81
1,60
2,03
2,25
2,07
1,39
25
-
8,90
8,66
7,61
6,11
-
4,51
4,47
5,22
7,31
30
10,48
8,06
7,78
6,82
5,07
3,47
3,71
3,78
4,19
5,19
35
8,81
7,24
6,93
6,05
4,05
2,75
3,06
3,18
3,36
3,63
38
7,91
6,76
6,45
5,59
3,45
2,39
2,72
2,85
2,94
2,87
42
5,90
5,98
5,60
4,91
2,51
1,72
2,27
2,41
2,41
1,92
25
-
9,57
8,83
8,12
6,48
-
4,52
4,85
5,65
8,01
30
10,55
8,67
8,00
7,38
5,53
3,46
3,88
4,06
4,58
5,79
35
8,94
7,80
7,20
6,65
4,60
2,81
3,30
3,40
3,72
4,18
38
8,03
7,30
6,73
6,22
4,06
2,45
2,99
3,04
3,29
3,42
42
6,32
6,44
5,96
5,58
3,22
1,89
2,56
2,57
2,74
2,46
9
ELECTA THAITY 105÷116
Cooling Capacity (ΔT = 5 °C at the Evaporator)
% RATE COMPARED TO THE NOMINAL
107%
Modell
T water
outlet
T air
20
7
10
THAITY 116
13
15
18
10
103%
100%
86%
83%
69%
% RATE COMPARED TO THE NOMINAL
26%
107%
103%
100%
Cooling capacity (kW)
-
-
86%
83%
69%
26%
5,27
EER
-
13,22
12,66
9,45
3,33
-
-
-
4,75
4,84
4,89
25
-
-
-
13,25
12,73
9,72
3,00
-
-
-
4,56
4,64
4,73
4,11
30
13,79
13,54
13,48
12,44
11,98
9,33
2,90
3,47
3,55
3,68
4,13
4,20
4,30
3,41
35
12,68
12,45
12,40
11,50
11,10
8,78
1,89
2,66
2,71
2,81
3,15
3,21
3,30
2,02
38
-
11,74
11,69
10,87
10,50
8,39
1,59
-
2,53
2,63
2,93
2,99
3,08
1,60
42
-
-
-
-
9,64
7,79
1,20
-
-
-
-
2,70
2,79
1,13
20
-
-
-
14,69
14,07
10,49
3,53
-
-
-
5,29
5,39
5,44
6,09
25
-
-
-
14,08
13,53
10,32
3,48
-
-
-
4,13
4,21
4,28
5,90
30
14,91
14,50
14,44
13,32
12,83
9,98
3,36
3,21
3,24
3,37
3,77
3,84
3,93
5,42
35
13,84
13,46
13,41
12,43
11,99
9,49
1,91
2,92
2,95
3,06
3,42
3,49
3,58
2,10
38
-
12,78
12,73
11,83
11,43
9,13
1,60
-
2,78
2,88
3,21
3,27
3,37
1,64
42
-
-
-
-
10,60
8,56
1,24
-
-
-
-
2,99
3,09
1,16
20
-
-
-
15,45
14,79
11,02
3,77
-
-
-
5,57
5,67
5,72
6,90
25
-
-
-
14,89
14,30
10,90
3,73
-
-
-
4,38
4,46
4,53
5,47
30
15,40
15,43
15,36
14,18
13,65
10,62
3,63
3,33
3,47
3,60
4,03
4,11
4,20
5,06
35
-
14,44
14,38
13,32
12,86
10,17
2,04
-
3,19
3,31
3,69
3,76
3,86
2,32
38
-
-
13,72
12,75
12,32
9,84
1,73
-
-
3,13
3,49
3,56
3,66
1,80
42
-
-
-
-
11,53
9,31
1,36
-
-
-
-
3,29
3,39
1,27
20
-
-
-
15,93
15,26
11,36
4,28
-
-
-
5,97
6,07
6,12
8,62
25
-
-
-
15,41
14,79
11,28
4,25
-
-
-
4,54
4,63
4,70
6,62
30
16,32
16,03
15,96
14,73
14,18
11,02
4,16
3,54
3,62
3,76
4,20
4,28
4,37
6,16
35
-
15,07
15,00
13,91
13,42
10,61
2,46
-
3,34
3,47
3,87
3,94
4,04
2,90
38
-
-
14,37
13,35
12,90
10,30
2,11
-
-
3,29
3,67
3,74
3,85
2,26
42
-
-
-
-
12,14
9,80
1,69
-
-
-
-
3,45
3,56
1,61
20
-
-
-
16,64
15,93
11,86
4,98
-
-
-
6,25
6,36
6,40
11,08
25
-
-
-
16,16
15,52
11,82
4,96
-
-
-
4,79
4,87
4,94
8,56
30
-
16,90
16,83
15,53
14,95
11,62
4,87
-
3,84
3,98
4,46
4,54
4,63
8,02
35
-
15,98
15,92
14,75
14,23
11,25
3,10
-
3,57
3,70
4,14
4,21
4,32
3,86
38
-
-
15,31
14,22
13,74
10,96
2,71
-
-
3,54
3,95
4,02
4,13
3,02
42
-
-
-
-
13,01
10,50
2,20
-
-
-
-
3,77
3,88
2,15
ELECTA THAITY 105÷116
Heating Capacity (ΔT = 5 °C at the Condenser)
% RATE COMPARED TO THE NOMINAL
121%
Modell
T water
outlet
25
30
35
45
THAITY 105
50
55
60
105%
T air
B.S.
-20
-15
-10
-7
0
2
7
12
15
18
20
-20
-15
-10
-7
0
2
7
12
15
18
20
-20
-15
-10
-7
0
2
7
12
15
18
20
-20
-15
-10
-7
0
2
7
12
15
18
20
35
40
-20
-15
-10
-7
0
2
7
12
15
18
20
35
40
-20
-15
-10
-7
0
2
7
12
15
18
20
35
40
-20
-15
-10
-7
0
2
7
12
15
18
20
35
40
100%
91%
71%
61%
51%
% RATE COMPARED TO THE NOMINAL
30%
121%
105%
100%
Heating capacity (kW)
3,43
4,82
5,60
6,08
3,72
4,49
5,26
5,73
3,41
4,16
4,92
5,38
2,80
3,53
4,26
4,71
2,50
3,22
3,95
4,39
-
3,80
4,53
5,28
5,73
6,79
7,10
7,87
3,50
4,22
4,95
5,40
6,44
6,74
7,50
3,20
3,91
4,63
5,07
6,10
6,40
7,14
2,63
3,32
4,01
4,44
5,43
5,72
6,44
2,35
3,03
3,71
4,13
5,11
5,39
6,11
-
3,69
4,41
5,13
5,57
6,61
6,91
7,67
8,43
3,40
4,10
4,82
5,25
6,27
6,57
7,31
8,05
3,11
3,80
4,50
4,93
5,94
6,23
6,96
7,69
2,55
3,22
3,90
4,31
5,29
5,57
6,26
6,99
2,28
2,94
3,61
4,02
4,97
5,25
5,95
6,65
-
3,46
4,13
4,82
5,24
6,23
6,51
7,23
7,95
3,18
3,84
4,52
4,93
5,90
6,18
6,89
7,60
2,91
3,56
4,23
4,75
5,59
5,86
6,57
7,26
7,68
2,38
3,02
3,66
4,05
4,97
5,24
5,91
6,59
7,00
2,13
2,75
3,39
3,77
4,68
4,94
5,60
6,27
6,67
1,89
2,50
3,12
3,49
4,39
4,65
5,30
5,95
3,09
3,46
4,35
4,60
5,24
5,89
-
2,75
3,31
3,88
4,23
5,07
5,31
5,92
6,55
6,92
7,31
7,56
2,53
3,08
3,64
3,98
4,80
5,04
5,64
6,25
6,62
7,00
7,25
2,31
2,85
3,40
3,73
4,54
4,77
5,36
5,96
6,33
6,69
6,94
1,89
2,40
2,93
3,26
4,03
4,26
4,83
5,40
5,76
6,11
6,35
8,16
8,77
1,69
2,19
2,71
3,03
3,79
4,01
4,57
5,13
5,48
5,83
6,06
7,84
8,44
1,49
1,99
2,49
2,81
3,55
3,76
4,31
4,87
5,21
5,55
5,78
7,52
8,11
2,47
2,78
3,52
3,73
4,27
4,82
5,16
5,50
5,72
7,44
8,03
91%
71%
61%
51%
30%
2,74
3,20
3,65
3,93
4,57
4,76
5,24
5,74
6,04
6,36
6,57
2,36
2,78
3,20
3,45
4,04
4,22
4,65
5,10
5,38
5,66
5,85
2,02
2,41
2,80
3,03
3,58
3,74
4,13
4,54
4,79
5,05
5,22
1,46
1,80
2,14
2,34
2,80
2,94
3,27
3,61
3,82
4,03
4,17
5,30
5,70
1,23
1,55
1,86
2,05
2,48
2,60
2,91
3,23
3,42
3,61
3,74
4,76
5,12
1,03
1,32
1,62
1,79
2,19
2,30
2,59
2,88
3,06
3,23
3,35
4,28
4,61
1,59
1,76
2,15
2,26
2,54
2,83
3,00
3,17
3,29
4,20
4,52
2,67
3,15
3,64
3,94
4,66
4,88
5,43
6,02
6,39
6,78
7,04
2,28
2,72
3,16
3,43
4,08
4,28
4,77
5,29
5,62
5,96
6,19
1,94
2,34
2,75
2,99
3,58
3,76
4,20
4,66
4,95
5,25
5,46
1,39
1,73
2,07
2,27
2,76
2,90
3,27
3,64
3,88
4,11
4,28
5,60
6,10
1,16
1,47
1,79
1,98
2,43
2,56
2,89
3,23
3,44
3,65
3,80
4,98
5,42
0,96
1,25
1,54
1,72
2,13
2,25
2,55
2,86
3,05
3,25
3,38
4,44
4,82
1,51
1,69
2,09
2,21
2,50
2,81
2,99
3,18
3,31
4,35
4,73
2,50
3,00
3,53
3,86
4,68
4,93
5,59
6,32
6,79
7,29
7,64
2,11
2,56
3,03
3,32
4,04
4,26
4,83
5,46
5,86
6,28
6,58
1,78
2,18
2,60
2,86
3,50
3,69
4,19
4,73
5,08
5,44
5,69
1,25
1,58
1,91
2,12
2,64
2,79
3,18
3,60
3,86
4,14
4,33
5,96
6,61
1,03
1,33
1,64
1,83
2,29
2,43
2,78
3,15
3,39
3,63
3,80
5,21
5,76
0,85
1,12
1,40
1,58
1,99
2,12
2,43
2,77
2,97
3,19
3,34
4,57
5,05
1,38
1,55
1,96
2,08
2,39
2,71
2,92
3,13
3,27
4,48
4,95
3,88
4,26
5,38
6,83
7,91
9,21
10,24
3,11
3,41
4,26
5,31
6,08
6,97
7,65
2,79
3,06
3,79
4,69
5,32
6,03
6,57
1,90
2,07
2,56
3,13
3,52
3,95
4,27
7,63
9,41
1,58
1,73
2,14
2,61
2,92
3,27
3,52
6,09
7,37
1,02
1,12
1,39
1,70
1,90
2,12
2,28
3,86
4,60
1,00
1,10
1,36
1,66
1,86
2,08
2,24
3,78
4,51
COP
2,31
2,79
3,29
3,60
4,33
4,55
5,10
5,66
6,00
6,34
6,57
2,12
2,59
3,08
3,38
4,10
4,31
4,85
5,40
5,73
6,07
6,29
1,93
2,39
2,87
3,17
3,87
4,08
4,61
5,14
5,47
5,80
6,02
1,58
2,02
2,47
2,76
3,43
3,63
4,14
4,65
4,97
5,29
5,50
7,14
7,70
1,41
1,84
2,28
2,56
3,22
3,42
3,91
4,42
4,73
5,04
5,25
6,86
7,41
1,24
1,66
2,10
2,37
3,02
3,21
3,69
4,19
4,49
4,79
5,00
6,58
7,12
2,08
2,35
2,99
3,18
3,66
4,15
4,44
4,75
4,95
6,51
7,04
1,80
2,20
2,61
2,87
3,50
3,68
4,15
4,64
4,94
5,24
5,44
1,65
2,03
2,44
2,69
3,30
3,48
3,95
4,42
4,71
5,01
5,21
1,50
1,88
2,27
2,52
3,12
3,29
3,74
4,21
4,49
4,78
4,98
1,22
1,58
1,95
2,19
2,75
2,92
3,35
3,80
4,07
4,35
4,53
5,98
6,48
1,08
1,43
1,80
2,03
2,58
2,74
3,17
3,60
3,87
4,14
4,32
5,74
6,23
0,95
1,29
1,65
1,87
2,41
2,57
2,98
3,41
3,67
3,93
4,11
5,50
5,98
1,63
1,85
2,39
2,55
2,95
3,37
3,63
3,89
4,07
5,44
5,92
1,74
1,87
2,21
2,57
2,79
3,03
3,18
1,63
1,75
2,08
2,43
2,65
2,87
3,03
1,65
1,78
2,12
2,49
2,72
2,96
3,12
1,43
1,55
1,87
2,21
2,43
2,65
2,80
4,05
4,51
1,32
1,44
1,75
2,08
2,29
2,50
2,65
3,87
4,31
0,95
1,03
1,26
1,51
1,67
1,83
1,95
2,86
3,19
0,94
1,02
1,25
1,50
1,65
1,82
1,93
2,83
3,16
2,05
2,75
3,08
3,26
2,11
2,44
2,75
2,93
1,84
2,15
2,45
2,62
1,38
1,66
1,93
2,09
1,18
1,45
1,71
1,86
-
2,59
2,97
3,33
3,54
4,01
4,15
4,47
2,26
2,62
2,96
3,16
3,61
3,74
4,05
1,96
2,30
2,63
2,82
3,25
3,36
3,66
1,46
1,77
2,06
2,23
2,62
2,72
2,99
1,24
1,54
1,82
1,98
2,35
2,45
2,69
-
2,64
3,02
3,40
3,61
4,11
4,25
4,60
4,94
2,30
2,66
3,02
3,22
3,69
3,82
4,15
4,47
1,99
2,34
2,68
2,87
3,31
3,44
3,74
4,04
1,47
1,79
2,09
2,27
2,66
2,77
3,03
3,31
1,25
1,55
1,84
2,01
2,38
2,49
2,75
3,00
-
2,70
3,11
3,51
3,74
4,28
4,43
4,81
5,19
2,35
2,73
3,10
3,32
3,83
3,97
4,32
4,67
2,03
2,39
2,75
2,61
3,42
3,56
4,15
4,21
4,41
1,49
1,82
2,13
2,32
2,73
2,85
3,14
3,43
3,60
1,27
1,58
1,87
2,05
2,44
2,55
2,82
3,09
1,07
1,36
1,64
1,80
2,18
2,28
2,54
2,79
1,61
1,77
2,13
2,24
2,49
2,74
-
11
ELECTA THAITY 105÷116
Heating Capacity (ΔT = 5 °C at the Condenser)
% RATE COMPARED TO THE NOMINAL
143%
Modell
T water
outlet
30
35
45
THAITY 110
50
55
60
12
114%
T air
B.S.
-20
-15
-10
-7
0
2
7
12
15
18
20
-20
-15
-10
-7
0
2
7
12
15
18
20
-20
-15
-10
-7
0
2
7
12
15
18
20
35
40
-20
-15
-10
-7
0
2
7
12
15
18
20
35
40
-20
-15
-10
-7
0
2
7
12
15
18
20
35
40
-20
-15
-10
-7
0
2
7
12
15
18
20
35
40
100%
71%
57%
43%
% RATE COMPARED TO THE NOMINAL
29%
143%
114%
100%
Heating capacity (kW)
6,06
7,55
8,64
9,32
10,99
11,49
6,24
7,29
8,40
9,10
10,81
11,32
5,07
6,08
7,14
7,81
9,44
9,93
4,55
5,55
6,60
7,26
8,88
9,37
4,99
6,04
6,69
8,30
8,78
-
5,88
6,83
7,85
8,48
10,05
10,52
5,47
6,42
7,43
8,06
9,61
10,08
4,60
5,53
6,52
7,14
8,67
9,13
4,13
5,05
6,03
6,65
8,17
8,63
4,56
5,53
6,14
7,65
8,10
-
5,29
6,18
7,12
7,72
9,19
9,64
10,78
11,99
4,44
5,23
6,08
6,61
8,48
8,90
10,00
11,15
4,17
5,03
5,95
6,53
7,97
8,40
9,84
10,70
3,75
4,60
5,52
6,09
7,52
7,95
9,06
10,23
4,16
5,06
5,63
7,05
7,47
8,57
9,74
6,44
6,86
7,94
9,08
9,79
-
3,57
4,27
5,02
5,50
6,70
7,06
8,01
9,02
9,65
10,31
10,75
3,37
4,06
4,80
5,27
6,46
6,82
7,76
8,76
9,39
10,04
10,48
2,90
3,57
4,30
4,76
5,92
6,28
7,20
8,18
8,80
9,44
9,88
13,46
14,77
2,64
3,30
4,01
4,47
5,62
5,97
6,89
7,86
8,48
9,11
9,54
13,10
14,40
3,00
3,71
4,16
5,30
5,65
6,55
7,52
8,13
8,76
9,19
12,72
14,01
4,84
5,18
6,07
7,01
7,60
-
5,06
5,37
6,19
7,07
7,63
8,20
8,60
4,92
5,23
6,04
6,91
7,46
8,04
8,43
4,58
4,88
5,68
6,53
7,07
7,63
8,02
11,21
12,40
4,38
4,68
5,46
6,31
6,84
7,40
7,78
10,95
12,13
2,54
2,88
3,74
4,00
4,71
5,46
5,94
6,43
6,77
9,60
10,65
4,36
5,09
5,55
6,04
6,37
9,14
10,17
71%
57%
43%
29%
4,03
4,26
4,86
5,50
5,89
6,30
6,58
3,55
3,76
4,30
4,87
5,23
5,60
5,85
2,76
2,93
3,38
3,85
4,15
4,46
4,67
6,35
6,96
2,43
2,59
3,00
3,44
3,71
3,99
4,18
5,73
6,29
1,33
1,50
1,93
2,06
2,39
2,75
2,98
3,21
3,37
4,66
5,13
2,22
2,57
2,79
3,02
3,17
4,44
4,89
3,65
3,93
4,65
5,42
5,90
6,40
6,74
3,16
3,40
4,02
4,69
5,11
5,54
5,84
2,41
2,60
3,08
3,60
3,93
4,27
4,50
6,42
7,12
2,12
2,28
2,71
3,18
3,47
3,78
3,99
5,71
6,34
-
2,25
2,64
3,71
4,86
5,60
6,37
6,89
1,95
2,26
3,09
3,99
4,57
5,17
5,58
1,59
1,80
2,37
3,00
3,41
3,84
4,13
6,60
7,52
1,41
1,59
2,08
2,62
2,97
3,33
3,58
5,71
6,50
-
COP
3,16
3,41
4,08
4,81
5,28
5,77
6,11
3,13
3,38
4,05
4,77
5,23
5,71
6,05
3,02
3,26
3,91
4,62
5,07
5,54
5,87
8,62
9,65
2,93
3,17
3,81
4,51
4,96
5,42
5,75
8,47
9,49
-
1,00
1,18
1,69
2,25
2,61
3,00
3,27
1,10
1,29
1,78
2,33
2,69
3,07
3,34
1,29
1,47
1,97
2,52
2,88
3,27
3,53
5,85
6,74
1,34
1,51
2,00
2,54
2,90
3,28
3,54
5,83
6,71
-
2,10
2,59
2,94
3,16
3,68
3,83
2,05
2,38
2,72
2,93
3,44
3,59
1,51
1,80
2,10
2,28
2,73
2,86
1,30
1,57
1,85
2,03
2,45
2,58
1,35
1,62
1,79
2,19
2,31
-
2,41
2,77
3,16
3,40
3,98
4,15
2,12
2,46
2,82
3,05
3,60
3,76
1,59
1,90
2,22
2,42
2,91
3,06
1,36
1,65
1,96
2,15
2,61
2,74
1,42
1,70
1,88
2,32
2,45
-
2,43
2,81
3,22
3,47
4,08
4,26
4,73
5,21
1,82
2,12
2,44
2,64
3,35
3,51
4,38
4,84
1,49
1,78
2,09
2,28
2,75
2,89
3,36
3,62
1,36
1,66
1,97
2,16
2,64
2,78
3,15
3,53
1,42
1,71
1,90
2,35
2,48
2,82
3,18
2,15
2,28
2,61
2,97
3,19
-
2,29
2,71
3,16
3,44
4,14
4,35
4,89
5,45
5,81
6,16
6,41
1,99
2,38
2,79
3,05
3,68
3,88
4,37
4,89
5,21
5,54
5,77
1,48
1,80
2,15
2,37
2,91
3,08
3,50
3,94
4,22
4,50
4,69
6,24
6,79
1,25
1,55
1,87
2,08
2,58
2,73
3,12
3,54
3,79
4,06
4,24
5,67
6,19
1,32
1,62
1,81
2,28
2,42
2,79
3,17
3,41
3,66
3,82
5,17
5,65
2,08
2,22
2,58
2,96
3,19
-
ELECTA THAITY 105÷116
Heating Capacity (ΔT = 5 °C at the Condenser)
% RATE COMPARED TO THE NOMINAL
135% 127% 119% 111% 100% 87%
Modell
T water
outlet
25
30
35
45
THAITY
116
50
55
60
T air
B.S.
-20
-15
-10
-7
-2
0
2
7
12
15
18
20
-20
-15
-10
-7
-2
0
2
7
12
15
18
20
-20
-15
-10
-7
-2
0
2
7
12
15
18
20
-20
-15
-10
-7
-2
0
2
7
12
15
18
20
35
40
-20
-15
-10
-7
-2
0
2
7
12
15
18
20
35
40
-20
-15
-10
-7
-2
0
2
7
12
15
18
20
35
40
-20
-15
-10
-7
-2
0
2
7
12
15
18
20
35
40
% RATE COMPARED TO THE NOMINAL
79% 63% 57% 24% 135% 127% 119% 111% 100% 87%
Heating capacity (kW)
9,96
11,03
13,15
14,51
16,90
17,91
9,56
10,64
12,75
14,09
16,46
17,46
9,17
10,26
12,35
-
9,46
10,48
12,51
13,81
16,10
17,07
18,06
9,08
10,11
12,13
13,41
15,68
16,64
17,62
8,70
9,75
11,74
13,01
15,26
16,21
17,18
7,94
9,02
-
8,93
9,91
11,85
13,08
15,27
16,19
17,14
19,63
22,29
8,57
9,56
11,48
12,70
14,87
15,78
16,72
19,19
21,82
8,21
9,21
11,11
12,32
14,47
15,37
16,30
18,74
21,36
7,48
8,51
10,37
11,56
7,09
8,13
6,76
-
8,38
9,31
11,15
12,33
14,41
15,28
16,19
18,56
21,10
8,04
8,98
10,80
11,96
14,02
14,89
15,78
18,13
20,65
7,70
8,65
10,45
11,60
13,64
14,50
15,38
17,71
20,20
7,01
7,99
9,75
10,87
12,87
13,71
14,58
16,86
6,64
7,62
9,35
10,46
12,43
13,26
6,33
7,33
9,05
-
7,58
8,44
10,13
11,21
13,14
13,95
14,79
16,99
19,35
20,84
22,40
23,47
7,26
8,13
9,80
10,88
12,78
13,58
14,41
16,59
18,93
20,41
21,95
23,02
6,95
7,83
9,48
10,82
12,42
13,21
14,03
16,19
18,51
19,97
21,50
22,56
6,32
7,22
8,83
9,86
11,70
12,48
13,28
15,40
17,67
19,11
20,61
5,98
6,88
8,47
9,48
11,30
12,06
12,85
14,94
17,18
18,60
20,08
5,69
6,61
8,18
9,19
10,99
11,75
12,54
7,86
8,86
-
6,61
7,39
8,90
9,87
11,60
12,34
13,09
15,09
17,23
18,60
20,02
21,00
6,32
7,11
8,60
9,56
11,27
12,00
12,75
14,72
16,84
18,20
19,60
20,58
6,04
6,83
8,31
9,26
10,95
11,66
12,40
14,35
16,46
17,79
19,19
20,15
5,48
6,29
7,72
8,65
10,30
10,99
11,72
13,62
15,68
16,99
18,36
19,30
27,24
5,18
5,99
7,40
8,30
9,93
10,61
11,33
13,21
15,23
16,53
17,88
18,81
26,65
29,61
4,93
5,75
7,14
8,04
9,65
10,33
11,04
12,90
14,92
16,20
17,54
18,46
26,25
29,20
6,85
7,74
9,33
10,00
10,70
12,54
14,53
-
5,97
6,70
8,09
8,99
10,60
11,28
11,98
13,84
15,85
17,13
18,46
19,38
5,71
6,44
7,82
8,70
10,29
10,96
11,66
13,50
15,48
16,75
18,07
18,98
5,45
6,18
7,54
8,42
9,98
10,65
11,33
13,15
15,12
16,37
17,67
18,58
4,93
5,68
7,00
7,85
9,37
10,02
10,69
12,47
14,39
15,61
16,89
17,77
25,24
28,07
4,65
5,40
6,70
7,53
9,03
9,67
10,33
12,07
13,96
15,17
16,43
17,30
24,67
27,47
4,42
5,18
6,46
7,29
8,77
9,40
10,06
11,79
13,66
14,86
16,11
16,98
24,29
27,07
6,19
7,01
8,47
9,10
9,74
11,45
13,30
-
79% 63% 57% 24%
COP
6,40
7,14
8,49
9,06
9,65
11,23
12,94
14,04
15,19
15,98
6,16
6,90
8,22
8,78
9,37
10,93
12,62
13,70
14,84
15,62
5,93
6,65
7,96
8,51
9,09
10,62
12,30
13,37
14,49
15,26
5,47
6,17
7,44
7,98
8,54
10,03
11,66
12,70
13,79
14,55
21,02
23,49
5,22
5,91
7,15
7,68
8,23
9,69
11,29
12,32
13,39
14,14
20,52
22,96
5,02
5,70
6,92
7,45
7,99
9,44
11,02
12,04
13,11
13,85
20,17
22,60
4,80
5,47
6,67
7,19
7,72
9,15
10,71
11,72
12,77
13,50
19,75
22,15
8,13
8,68
10,13
11,73
12,75
13,82
14,56
7,87
8,41
9,85
11,42
12,43
13,48
14,22
7,62
8,15
9,57
11,12
12,11
13,15
13,88
7,12
7,63
9,01
10,51
11,48
12,50
13,20
19,25
21,58
6,84
7,35
8,70
10,17
11,12
12,12
12,82
18,78
21,07
6,63
7,13
8,46
9,92
10,86
11,85
12,54
18,45
20,72
6,39
6,88
8,19
9,63
10,56
11,53
12,21
18,05
20,30
4,83
5,42
6,05
6,50
4,63
5,21
5,83
6,26
4,43
5,00
5,60
6,03
4,05
4,58
5,16
5,57
9,26
10,74
3,84
4,36
4,93
5,33
8,93
10,39
-
2,55
2,68
3,05
3,26
3,63
3,78
2,24
2,37
2,71
2,92
3,26
3,40
1,97
2,10
2,42
-
2,62
2,75
3,13
3,36
3,74
3,90
4,05
2,29
2,43
2,79
3,00
3,36
3,50
3,64
2,01
2,15
2,48
2,68
3,02
3,15
3,29
1,56
1,70
-
2,68
2,82
3,22
3,46
3,86
4,02
4,18
4,59
5,01
2,34
2,49
2,86
3,08
3,46
3,61
3,76
4,14
4,54
2,05
2,20
2,54
2,75
3,10
3,24
3,39
3,75
4,12
1,59
1,73
2,03
2,21
1,42
1,56
1,23
-
2,73
2,89
3,30
3,55
3,98
4,15
4,32
4,75
5,20
2,39
2,55
2,93
3,16
3,56
3,72
3,88
4,28
4,70
2,09
2,25
2,61
2,82
3,19
3,34
3,49
3,87
4,26
1,61
1,76
2,07
2,26
2,58
2,71
2,84
3,17
1,44
1,59
1,88
2,06
2,36
2,48
1,24
1,39
1,65
-
2,81
2,98
3,42
3,69
4,15
4,33
4,52
4,99
5,48
5,78
6,09
6,29
2,45
2,62
3,03
3,28
3,70
3,87
4,05
4,49
4,95
5,23
5,51
5,70
2,14
2,31
2,69
2,71
3,31
3,47
3,63
4,04
4,47
4,73
5,00
5,18
1,64
1,80
2,13
2,32
2,66
2,80
2,94
3,30
3,67
3,90
4,14
1,46
1,62
1,93
2,11
2,44
2,57
2,70
3,04
3,39
3,61
3,83
1,26
1,41
1,69
1,86
2,16
2,28
2,40
1,51
1,67
-
2,88
3,08
3,55
3,85
4,35
4,55
4,76
5,29
5,85
6,19
6,54
6,77
2,50
2,70
3,13
3,40
3,87
4,06
4,25
4,74
5,26
5,57
5,90
6,12
2,18
2,37
2,77
3,02
3,45
3,62
3,80
4,26
4,73
5,03
5,33
5,54
1,66
1,84
2,18
2,39
2,75
2,91
3,06
3,45
3,86
4,12
4,38
4,56
6,00
1,48
1,65
1,97
2,17
2,51
2,65
2,80
3,17
3,56
3,80
4,04
4,21
5,57
6,07
1,27
1,43
1,72
1,90
2,22
2,35
2,48
2,82
3,18
3,40
3,62
3,78
5,04
5,49
1,53
1,70
1,99
2,11
2,24
2,55
2,88
-
2,91
3,13
3,63
3,94
4,47
4,70
4,92
5,50
6,10
6,48
6,86
7,12
2,52
2,73
3,19
3,48
3,97
4,17
4,38
4,91
5,47
5,81
6,17
6,41
2,19
2,39
2,81
3,07
3,53
3,71
3,90
4,40
4,91
5,23
5,56
5,79
1,66
1,84
2,20
2,42
2,80
2,96
3,13
3,55
3,99
4,26
4,55
4,74
6,32
6,90
1,47
1,65
1,98
2,19
2,55
2,70
2,85
3,25
3,66
3,92
4,18
4,37
5,86
6,40
1,26
1,43
1,73
1,92
2,25
2,38
2,52
2,88
3,26
3,50
3,74
3,91
5,28
5,78
1,54
1,71
2,01
2,14
2,27
2,60
2,95
-
3,75
4,11
4,73
4,99
5,26
5,96
6,71
7,18
7,67
8,01
3,27
3,59
4,16
4,40
4,64
5,28
5,96
6,39
6,84
7,15
2,86
3,16
3,67
3,89
4,11
4,69
5,31
5,70
6,11
6,39
2,20
2,45
2,88
3,06
3,24
3,73
4,24
4,57
4,92
5,15
7,14
7,90
1,97
2,20
2,60
2,76
2,93
3,38
3,87
4,17
4,49
4,71
6,56
7,27
1,71
1,91
2,27
2,42
2,57
2,98
3,42
3,70
3,98
4,18
5,87
6,51
1,51
1,69
2,02
2,16
2,30
2,67
3,08
3,33
3,60
3,78
5,33
5,92
5,11
5,41
6,18
7,01 6,50
7,53 7,66
8,09 9,04
8,47 10,12
4,49
4,75
5,45
6,20 5,23
6,67 6,13
7,17 7,19
7,52 8,00
3,95
4,19
4,81
5,49 4,26
5,93 4,97
6,38 5,80
6,70 6,44
3,08
3,27
3,79
4,35 2,90
4,71 3,37
5,09 3,92
5,35 4,32
7,58 9,12
8,45 11,91
2,77
2,95
3,43
3,95 2,46
4,28 2,86
4,63 3,31
4,87 3,65
6,93 7,52
7,73 9,66
2,42
2,58
3,01
3,48
3,77
4,09
4,30
6,16
6,89
2,15
2,29
2,69
3,11
3,39
3,67
3,87
5,58
6,24
-
13
ELECTA THAITY 105÷116
Cooling performance according to the UNI EN 14511:2011 useful to calculate the seasonal efficiency ratios
% RATE COMPARED TO THE NOMINAL
100%
Modell
T water
outlet
T air
THAITY 105
18
77%
64%
38%
100%
-
7
THAITY 110
18
-
-
3,11
1,76
-
THAITY 116
18
14
-
6,12
10,19
-
-
3,30
2,76
1,62
-
-
4,12
4,67
6,50
3,72
3,23
2,72
1,64
3,23
3,48
3,84
4,27
5,35
35
3,84
3,49
3,04
2,58
1,59
2,98
3,19
3,48
3,80
4,44
20
-
-
-
3,82
2,06
-
-
-
7,65
12,85
25
-
-
4,15
3,44
1,93
-
-
5,24
5,91
8,16
30
5,35
4,83
4,16
3,47
2,01
4,22
4,54
4,99
5,52
6,82
35
5,18
4,70
4,07
3,41
2,03
4,02
4,29
4,67
5,08
5,83
111%
T air
100%
93%
% RATE COMPARED TO THE NOMINAL
65%
141%
111%
100%
Cooling capacity (kW)
93%
65%
EER
25
-
8,01
7,15
6,46
4,71
-
4,40
4,56
4,86
6,37
30
9,06
6,90
6,33
5,39
3,55
2,55
3,45
3,65
3,64
4,07
35
7,66
5,82
5,54
4,33
2,42
1,97
2,67
2,91
2,65
2,40
25
-
9,67
8,93
8,22
6,58
-
4,80
5,20
6,14
9,29
30
10,65
8,77
8,10
7,48
5,63
3,61
4,10
4,34
4,94
6,58
35
9,04
7,90
7,30
6,75
4,70
2,93
3,49
3,62
4,00
4,69
103%
T air
20
7
-
4,10
107%
Modell
38%
30
% RATE COMPARED TO THE NOMINAL
T water
outlet
64%
25
141%
Modell
77%
EER
% RATE COMPARED TO THE NOMINAL
T water
outlet
90%
Cooling capacity (kW)
20
7
90%
% RATE COMPARED TO THE NOMINAL
100%
86%
83%
69%
% RATE COMPARED TO THE NOMINAL
26%
107%
103%
100%
Cooling capacity (kW)
-
-
86%
83%
69%
26%
EER
-
13,42
12,86
9,65
3,53
-
-
-
5,20
5,32
5,57
8,18
25
-
-
-
13,45
12,93
9,92
3,20
-
-
-
4,97
5,09
5,34
6,04
30
13,99
13,74
13,68
12,64
12,18
9,53
3,10
3,71
3,80
3,95
4,49
4,60
4,84
4,77
35
12,88
12,65
12,60
11,70
11,30
8,98
2,09
2,82
2,88
3,00
3,39
3,46
3,64
2,84
20
-
-
-
16,83
16,12
12,05
5,17
-
-
-
6,83
6,99
7,29
20,73
25
-
-
-
16,35
15,71
12,01
5,15
-
-
-
5,15
5,26
5,48
13,57
30
-
17,09
17,02
15,72
15,14
11,81
5,06
-
4,06
4,23
4,79
4,89
5,11
12,42
35
-
16,17
16,11
14,94
14,42
11,44
3,29
-
3,78
3,91
4,44
4,54
4,76
5,45
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Thermal performance in accordance with the UNI EN 14511:2011 useful to calculate the seasonal efficiency ratios
% RATE COMPARED TO THE NOMINAL
121%
Modell
T water
outlet
100%
91%
71%
61%
51%
30%
121%
Heating capacity (kW)
4,83
4,65
3,63
3,07
2,42
-
2,70
2,93
2,99
2,70
3,21
3,20
3,09
-
6,14
5,77
4,68
3,99
3,20
1,69
-
3,50
3,59
3,73
3,98
4,05
4,04
3,51
7
-
7,05
6,87
6,48
5,27
4,52
3,66
2,04
-
3,78
3,88
4,34
4,36
4,48
4,54
4,31
12
-
-
7,60
7,17
5,88
5,06
4,12
2,40
-
-
4,19
4,39
4,79
4,98
5,14
5,41
-7
4,62
4,35
4,23
3,96
3,17
2,67
2,10
-
2,13
2,29
2,33
2,39
2,43
2,37
2,23
-
2
-
5,63
5,48
5,15
4,17
3,55
2,83
1,46
-
2,80
2,85
2,94
3,06
3,05
2,95
2,22
7
-
6,36
6,18
5,82
4,74
4,05
3,27
1,78
-
3,07
3,12
3,25
3,41
3,44
3,38
2,78
12
-
-
6,90
6,50
5,32
4,57
3,71
2,12
-
-
3,41
3,54
3,77
3,84
3,84
3,44
-7
-
-
-
3,41
2,72
2,28
1,78
-
-
-
-
1,82
1,82
1,75
1,61
-
2
-
-
-
4,56
3,68
3,12
2,48
0,95
-
-
-
2,31
2,36
2,31
2,18
1,12
7
-
-
-
5,21
4,23
3,60
2,90
1,18
-
-
-
2,58
2,65
2,63
2,52
1,42
12
-
-
-
5,86
4,78
4,10
3,32
1,43
-
-
-
2,84
2,95
2,95
2,87
1,75
29%
143%
114%
T air
B.S.
100%
71%
57%
43%
% RATE COMPARED TO THE NOMINAL
71%
57%
43%
29%
COP
8,97
7,93
6,52
5,14
-
-
-
2,98
3,11
2,71
3,21
-
-
-
2
11,19
9,95
8,77
6,69
5,10
3,25
1,15
-
3,90
3,64
4,11
4,04
3,77
2,64
7
-
-
9,87
7,63
5,91
3,92
1,65
-
-
4,58
4,64
4,64
4,48
3,71
12
-
-
11,02
8,63
6,78
4,64
2,20
-
-
5,07
5,20
5,27
5,24
4,86
-7
7,71
7,05
6,44
4,67
-
-
-
2,19
2,47
2,32
2,44
-
-
-
2
9,83
9,04
8,31
6,18
4,79
3,17
1,38
2,64
3,12
2,95
3,17
3,05
2,73
1,90
7
-
-
9,74
7,11
5,58
3,82
1,87
-
-
3,44
3,62
3,52
3,25
2,55
12
-
-
10,61
8,09
6,44
4,52
2,43
-
-
3,71
4,08
4,02
3,81
3,26
-7
6,56
6,01
5,50
4,03
2,74
-
-
1,82
1,92
1,94
1,86
1,54
-
-
2
8,69
8,00
7,38
5,55
3,91
-
-
2,35
2,49
2,53
2,48
2,11
-
-
7
-
-
8,44
6,42
4,57
-
-
-
-
2,91
2,89
2,50
-
-
12
-
-
9,60
7,39
5,33
-
-
-
-
3,28
3,30
2,88
-
-
135% 127% 119% 111% 100% 87%
55
100%
Heating capacity (kW)
% RATE COMPARED TO THE NOMINAL
45
114%
-7
55
THAITY
116
30%
6,31
45
35
51%
4,97
35
Modell
61%
COP
% RATE COMPARED TO THE NOMINAL
T water
outlet
71%
-
143%
THAITY 110
91%
5,28
55
Modell
100%
2
45
T water
outlet
105%
-7
35
THAITY 105
105%
T air
B.S.
% RATE COMPARED TO THE NOMINAL
T air
B.S.
% RATE COMPARED TO THE NOMINAL
79% 63% 57% 24% 135% 127% 119% 111% 100% 87%
Heating capacity (kW)
8,22
79% 63% 57% 24%
COP
-7
-
12,81 12,12 11,40 10,62 9,06
2
-
16,98 16,10 15,18 13,83 12,20 11,13 8,89
6,45
-
-
-
2,75
2,83
2,91
2,80
3,16
3,24
3,38
-
-
7,95
-
-
3,38
3,49
3,61
3,78
3,98
4,12
4,42
4,55
7
-
-
-
18,54 17,51 15,99 14,15 12,95 10,42 9,37
-
-
-
3,86
4,00
4,21
4,46
4,64
5,05
5,24
-
12
-7
-
-
21,16 20,00 18,31 16,26 14,92 12,10 10,92 4,23
-
-
11,36 10,67 9,66
2
-
-
-
7
-
-
-
12
-
-
-
-
-7
-
-
-
-
7,09
5,50
-
2
-
-
-
-
12,34 10,84 9,86
7,79
7
-
-
-
-
-
12,70 11,59 9,24
12
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
4,24
4,40
4,65
4,96
5,18
5,72
5,99
5,03
-
-
-
-
2,26
2,31
2,39
2,47
2,51
2,57
-
-
14,38 13,08 11,52 10,49 8,34
7,43
-
-
-
-
2,91
3,03
3,17
3,26
3,42
3,49
-
16,66 15,20 13,42 12,27 9,83
8,81
-
-
-
-
3,26
3,41
3,58
3,70
3,94
4,05
-
17,47 15,48 14,19 11,46 10,31 3,85
-
-
-
-
3,79
4,01
4,16
4,50
4,65
3,22
8,99
-
-
-
-
-
1,90
1,95
1,97
1,98
-
-
6,93
-
-
-
-
-
2,46
2,55
2,60
2,68
2,70
-
8,26
-
-
-
-
-
-
2,90
2,98
3,12
3,16
-
14,72 13,46 10,82 9,72
-
-
-
-
-
-
3,27
3,37
3,58
3,66
-
8,45
7,84
7,65
5,97
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8. OPERATING RANGE
Heating
Temperature of outlet water (°C)
Cooling
Outdoor air temperature (°C)
105
110
116
Indoor air temperature (°C)
Temperature gradient on the water from 5K to 10K.
Maximum temperature of the inlet water heating 55°C.
Maximum temperature of the produced water in heating 60°C.
Maximum temperature of the produced water in cooling 23°C.
9. MAIN COMPONENTS
Air inlet is located in the left or in the back
Pressure relief valve
"USER INTERFACE"
Wiring lid
Air purge valve
Manometer
TERMINAL BLOCK
TERMINALS
PCB Main (Display)
Heat exchange
Compressor
Pump
Air outlet
Circulating water return port
Circulating water outgoing port
The heat pump has various safety parts and an internal circulator (Pump1) for quick installation
with the aid of a few external components.
The expansion tank is charged to the installer.
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10. LOGIC OF OPERATION
Heat pump on/off state:
Activation of the ON/OFF control of the HP present on the USER INTERFACE
and on the KCTR, is subject to closing of the “Remote On/Off” external contact
(clamps 7-8 of the TERMINAL BLOCK).
NOTE:
• Following a ELECTA shutdown due to the opening of the "Remote On/
Off" outer contact or a power outage, the operating status previously
stored in USER INTERFACE will be reset at the next start-up
• The OFF command to the heat pump involves the complete deactivation
of all aspects of production of cold water, hot water and hot water.
• Compressor start-up consent is obtained only if the water circulator
(Pump 1) is active therefore, in the event of water production request for
heating or cooling of rooms not controlled by KCTR (accessory provided
separately), the relative room thermostat must be connected to "Pump
1" contact (clamps L - K of SC) to activate Pump 1
Contatto esterno “Remote On/Off”
OPEN CIRCUIT (morsetti 7-8 della TERMINAL BLOCK)
Feeding electronically heat pump, the display of the USER INTERFACE, appears the word "OFF", and the heat pump can not
yet be on.
In this state, only the "Anti-freeze" function is active
Heat pump (HP) ON/OFF TIMER:
Once the heat pump has been switched on, its start-up and switch-off
can be automatically set, through the On/Off timer available in the USER
INTERFACE.
This function is enabled by setting the 100=On parameter inside the HP
label menu
It is possible to associate four different profiles of On/Off timer to each
weekday, in particular:
- Profile 1: Four time bands, two On and two Off
- Profile 2: Two time bands, one On and one Off
- Profile 3: Single time band always On
- Profile 4: Single time band always Off
Setting of the time bands of profiles 1 and 2 happens inside the P1 and
P2 label menus.
The association of the various profiles to each weekday happens inside
the dAYS label menu.
External contact “Remote On/Off”
OPEN CIRCUIT (clamps 7-8 of TERMINAL BLOCK)
NOTE:
If the On/Off timer is active and the set key is pressed for a long time, the
heat pump on USER INTERFACE or KCTR switches off, in both On and Off
time bands. By then pressing the set key for a long time again, the On/Off
timer is reactivated. Therefore, in the On time band the HP switches on
and in the Off band it remains off until change over to On band.
Instead of "OFF", displayed is the time or temperature of the
delivery water. It is possible to switch the HP on/off by keeping the
set key pressed set
With KCTR installed (par. 103 = ON), it is also possible to
switch the HP on/off by keeping the down key pressed giù
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Circulators activation
Cooling/Heating operation MODE
Circulator on HP (PUMP 1)
Enabling Pump1 consents compressor start.
The PUMP1 is activated automatically by the USER INTERFACE in the
following cases:
1) Request DHW
2) Request KCTR (if installed) to room temperature not satisfied.
In step by ACS in climatization and vice versa is provided a delay time on
the departure of Pump1 (parameter 130) to allow opening / closing of the
3-way valve.
There are three ways of changing the HP operation MODE: depending
on setting of parameter 101, inside the HP label menu:
- 101=0: Change through USER INTERFACE (and KCTR if installed)
- 101=1: Change through external contact “Remote Cool/Heat”, heating
mode = open contact
- 101=1: Change through external contact “Remote Cool/Heat”, heating
mode = closed contact (default value)
You can also activate the pump 1 via external commands (eg thermostats) in the following two ways:
MODE change through external contact “Remote Cool/Heat”
(clamps 11- 12 of TERMINAL BLOCK) Par = 1 or 2
Default setting: Par 101=2
1
Pump 1 can also be activated by means of external controls (e.g. room
thermostats), in the following two modes:
By closing the circuit of “Pump 1” contact (clamps L
and K of TERMINAL BLOCK)
1
2
2. By bringing “L” 230 V phase to clamp J of TERMINAL
BLOCK. In this way the pump P1 is fed inside the machine
and simultaneously the pump P2 (via the terminal I)
2
MODE change through USER INTERFACE. The operation
mode is inverted by keeping the Esc key pressed.
3
Note:
If Pump1 is activated by the external commands, it will remain active even
if the ELECTA is turned off via the "Remote On/Off" external contact
Pump 2 (system):
The PUMP2 should only be used in systems with circuit "HIGH" temperature (fan coils) and "LOW" temperature (radiant). La pompa P2 è usata nel
circuito di "BASSA" temperatura (radiante).
In the case of call in the area radiating through the J input is commanded
the machine to activate the pump P2 connected to the output I, Electa
simultaneously activates the pump P1.
For the use of systems with circuit "HIGH" temperature (fan coils) and
"LOW" temperature (radiant), contact an authorized service center.
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MODE change through KCTR The operation mode is inverted by
keeping the Esc key pressed.
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ELECTA THAITY 105÷116
Limit of frequency "NIGHT MODE"
The control system of the DC-INVERTER heat pump normally modulates
the ability of the compressor, based on the heat capacity request. If there
is a need to reduce the maximum value of: ability, electric and/or noise
absorption of the compressor, e.g. in night-time operation, it is possible
to activate the "Night Mode" function using the relative external contact
(clamps 9-10 of TERMINAL BLOCK), with CLOSED CIRCUIT the maximum frequency will be decreased to the value of Parameter 102.
Limitation active in calling for hot water.
The temperature of the requested water is calculated according to the
temperature of the external environment (Par 108).
Therefore, according to this logic, if the external temperature is very low,
high temperature water is requested, whereas if the external temperature
is mild, water at lower temperature is sufficient.
Summer climatic curve
The Summer climatic curve is built by setting the following parameters:
- 217: Minimum external summer temperature (default 23°C)
- 218: Maximum external summer temperature (default 32°C)
- 219: Minimum summer outlet water temperature (default 15°C)
- 220: Maximum summer outlet water temperature (default 22°C)
T. Out
Water
SET POINT 2 Activation
The heat pump normally regulates the water outlet temperature based on
the operation mode and relative climatic curve for radiant terminals (Set
point 1), in this way the environmental comfort is obtained by using water
at the temperature directly produced inside the same, optimising effectiveness of the ELECTA and relative electric energy consumptions.
When having to power air terminal units, it is possible to activate a second level (SET POINT-2 ) of the water delivery temperature, this activation happens through closing of the contact (clamps 13-14 TERMINAL
BLOCK) “Set –Point 2”. A closed contact the unit will work according to the
“Set Point 2 climatic curves”
219
217
If the system has only terminal radiant always open contact 13-14 (point
1). If the system has only terminal fan coil contact 13-14 closed at all times
(Setpoint 2). If the system has radiant terminals and terminal fan coil thermostat of zoa fan coil closes the contact 13-14 (Setpoint 2).
Logic of the climatic curves
Logic of the climatic curves
The logic regulating the temperature of the requested water to the Heat
Pump, in normal winter heating or summer cooling operation, is based on
the climatic curves.
The basic logic is that to modulate the temperature of the requested water,
depending on the temperature of the external environment.
Winter climatic curve
The Winter climatic curve is built by setting the following parameters:
- 210: Minimum external winter temperature (default - 5°C)
- 211: Maximum external winter temperature (default 20°C)
- 212: Minimum winter outlet water temperature (default 22°C)
- 213: Maximum winter outlet water temperature (default 45°C)
Fig. 1: Determination of
the temperature of the
requested water, according to the Winter climatic curve.
213
218
T.Outdoor
The temperature of the requested water is calculated according to
the temperature of the external environment (parameter 108). Therefore, according to this logic, if the external temperature is very high,
low temperature water is requested, whereas if the external temperature is cooler, water at a higher temperature is sufficient.
T. Out
Water
Fig. 2: Determination of
the temperature of the requested water, according
to the Summer climatic
curve.
220
Set point 2 climatic curves (to power the fan coils)
If the second set point is activated, via the closing of the "Set-point
2" contact (terminals 13 - 14 TERMINAL BLOCK,, the temperature
of the requested water from the heat pump is calculated through a
further two climatic curves, a winter one and a summer one. These
climatic curves are built on the same external temperatures, minimum and maximum, set for the previous curves (parameters 210,
211, 217, 218).
Whereas, the water temperatures are settable on the following parameters:
For the winter climatic curve:
- 215: Minimum outlet water temperature (default 45°C)
- 216: Maximum outlet water temperature (default 45°C)
For the summer climatic curve:
- 222: Minimum outlet water temperature (default 7 °C)
- 223: Maximum outlet water temperature (default 7°C)
NOTE: The parameters 214 and 221 can also introduce a dynamic compensation on the climate curves. For this type of operation it is necessary
to contact the authorized service center.
212
210
211
T.Outdoor
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Inverter frequency modulation
Storage DHW heating
The output signal from the USER INTERFACE controlling the inverter frequency, is based on the error between:
- temperature of the requested water from the heat pump (parameter 231):
• in air conditioning, it is calculated according to the active climatic curve
• in DHW production, it is set through parameter 128.
- temperature of the delivery water from the heat pump (parameter 109).
Note:
The output signal from the USER INTERFACE parameter 235 represents
the requested inverter frequency; the power supply frequency of the compressor is further controlled by the TERMINAL BLOCK of the heat pump,
according to compressor operational limits. The value of instantaneous
frequency can be read on the display 2 digits on the card PCB principal.
The eventual availability of DHW through connection of the HP to a specific DHW storage, is automatically managed through the USER INTERFACE and a specific DHW temperature sensor located in the DHW storage.
Outdoor air temperature sensor
To correctly regulate the outlet water flowing temperature to the heat
pump, it is important for the external air temperature to have a significant
value and not be influenced by an incorrect positioning of the sensor.
The heat pump has an "External temperature" sensor found on the opposite side of the fan, near the finned heat exchanger.
If this position is not significant, another remote probe can be connected to
the unit; this variation requires the following operations:
- purchase the “KEAP” accessory (external air remote probe)
- disconnect connector “Air. Ext. S.” and connect the KEAP in clamps 1
and 2 of the “TERMINAL BLOCK” as shown in the following figure.
The request for DHW can occur in the following ways:
Par 123=0 Connecting a 10kΩ temperature sensor at 25 ° C between
clamps 5-6 of the TERMINAL BLOCK. In this instance the production will
stop once the set point temperature is reached, defined by parameter 126,
and will resume when the water temperature will have a value less than
par. 126 – par. 127
Par 123=1 DHW request if between terminals 5-6 of the TERMINAL
BLOCK there is a closed contact. With this solution one should install a
thermostat, with a contact open to a satisfied set, to the aforementioned
clamps.
Par 123=2 DHW request if between terminals 5-6 of the TERMINAL
BLOCK there is an open contact. With this solution one should install a
thermostat with a contact closed to a satisfied set, to the aforementioned
clamps.
If setting of Parameter 112=ON (default value), with DHW request, a powered output “3W.V.SANITARY” activates (clamp H, TERMINAL BLOCK)
and Pump 1 will activate when the delay time set in parameter 130 will
have lapsed.
KEAP
Nota:
The demand for DHW has priority on air conditioning. To limit
the priority of DHW on air conditioning, according to a daily
time band, contact an authorized service centre. In addition,
a thermal disinfection system
for the storage of domestic hot
water (DHW) is not active.
To activate the scheduled
thermal disinfection for DHW
storage, contact the approved
service centre.
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ELECTA THAITY 105÷116
Chrono - TH
Radiant panels
SHW
Dehumidifier
DHW Integrating electric resistance
Room Thermostat Output
For an eventual integration in heating of DHW, it is possible to automatically manage an electric heater found in the DHW storage, through the
USER INTERFACE and a specific DHW temperature sensor (NTC probe
on terminals 5-6 and parameter 123 = 0).
The intervention of the electric resistance happens if, after the delay time
18 ÷ 35 °C request has not been satisfied yet.
(parameter 131), the domestic
The electric resistance is switched off once the set point temperature, defined with parameter 132, is reached.
This outlet is strictly linked to KCTR use.
When the room temperature detected by the sensor placed inside it not
satisfies the Set point (parameters 200÷203), L phase is made available
to C terminal of the TERMINAL BLOCK; if to the contrary, L phase is
available to terminal D.
This way, it is possible to pilot the ignition of an air conditioning terminal
via a relay connected between terminal C of the TERMINAL BLOCK and
neutral terminal N of the terminal board.
Note: Terminal E of TERMINAL BLOCK is always avaiable in L phase.
60 °C
Electric
Heater
NTC


Comfort/Attenuation time periods
Dehumidifier Management
To monitor ambient humidity, it is possible to operate a dehumidifier.
If dehumidification is required, L phase is made available to terminal G
of the TERMINAL BLOCK; it is then possible to control the dehumidifier
ignition through a relay connected between terminal G of the TERMINAL
BLOCK and neutral terminal N of the terminal board.
Pump 1 is also enabled, then the PdC part cooling.
A demand for dehumidification occurs only in cooling mode in the following
cases:
- Attach a separate humidistat to terminals IN and COM.
- If the KCTR is installed, when the relative humidity detected by the sensor placed inside it is higher than the set point Set (parameter 119) +
differential (parameter 120)
In case the KCTR is used it is possible to set the environment Sets, defined by "Comfort" (par. 200 in heating, par. 202 in cooling).
If at certain times of the day the need for comfort isn't needed, for example
outside or in the night hours, it is possible to mitigate these Sets, which
become of "Attenuation" (par. 201 in heating, par. 203 in cooling).
Using parameters 205 and 206, it is possible to set the time of day in which
one can force, respectively, the transition to the comfort and attenuation
Sets.
With the 204 parameter, or with brief touch on the "up arrow" key of the
KCTR one can force the Set change, if in comfort one passes to attenuation, and vice versa. This can be useful if, for example, I'm leaving home
and I want to rapidly pass to attenuation.
NOTE:
By default the comfort Set is always active, and if one manually forces
the change to the attenuation Set, at the end of the day (00:00 o'clock), it
automatically returns to comfort.
If the contact is closed COM IN and activates the alarm generation of condensate, then open the output I (ie P2 turns off if installed) and the output
is enabled G (if the mode is active cooling) so turning on the dehumidifier .
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Additional generator
Mixing valve for underfloor heating
Through USER INTERFACE, it is possible to manage heat with BIVALENT
SYSTEM: activation of an auxiliary generator (es. electric heater, boiler)
for DHW production, with the aim of integrating or replacing, the heat pump
operation, during the periods when the external temperature is very low.
3-way mixing valve must be only used in systems provided with a “HIGH”
temperature (fan coil) and “LOW” temperature (radiant) circuit.
Capacity
100%
Capacity
Load
-20
-5
0
+10
+20°C
Outside air temperature
This free contact output (clamp F – L , TERMINAL BLOCK) is active if the
external air temperature has a value below that set in parameter 138 (default=5) for continuous time, through parameter 139 (default=30 min). The
following operation modes are set through parameter 137:
• Par=2 deactivation of the HP and activation of the Additional Generator
• Par=2 HP and Additional Generator simultaneously active
• Par 137 = 0: additional generator disabled
• Par 137 = one additional generator enabled with PdC that
down in the event of activation of the generator additional rides
• Par 137 = 1 additional generator enabled with PdC that it stays on in the
event of activation of the generator additional rides.
Additional generator is activated only if there is demand for hot water production for heating DHW, only if required to the frequency inverter heat
pump (parameter 117) is different from zero.
Note. The electrical connections above refer to the use of the mixing valve
0-10 V powered by 24V when supposed to be a 1KW resistor, to convert
the segment 0-20 mA to terminals + and -, the 0-10V signal useful to the
valve.
Anti-freeze protection
The antifreeze function involves the activation of Pump 1 circulator and/
or the starting of the heat pump in heating mode according to multiple
intervention thresholds, depending on: external temperature, water temperature and activation state.
CAUTION
To ensure the activation of the antifreeze function, it is sufficient for the
heat pump to be electrically powered.
In any case, with installations in particularly cold environments, it is always
advisable to mix the system water with a special anti-freeze solution.
Note:
To change the intervention thresholds of the antifreeze protection, contact
an authorized service centre.
Attention the Additional Generator (any external heat source) must be
provided with specific overtemperature and pressure safety devices positioned near the same, adequately protecting the system from temperature
peaks and pressure avoiding damages to things and/or injuries to persons.
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11. DIMENSIONS AND POSITION WATER CONNECTIONS
57
43
327
THAITY 105
825
73
15.3
300
42
54
Return connection 3/4"
122.5
580
122.5
75
70
357
THAITY 110
16
388
659
Flow connection 3/4"
155
Flow connection 1"
540
155
21
25
330
38
16
173
480
866
850
Return connection 1"
80
36
330
13
1000
24
1418
356
Flow connection 1" 1/4
80
13
THAITY 116
185
680
Return connection 1" 1/4
205
590
205
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13. LIFTING AND WEIGHTS
Model
Weight with
packaging (Kg)
Weight without
packaging (Kg)
Dimensions (mm)
LxPxH
105
62
52
980x425x840
110
85
74
1020x480x1050
116
131
118
1120x470x1610
The weight refers to the unit without the water content
H
L
SELECTION ON THE PLACE
14. CLEARANCE AND POSITIONING
Over 300 mm
0
10
er
v
O m
m
Ov
mm er 1
00
P
• Consider a place where the noise and the air discharged to not affect
neighbours.
• Consider a position protected from the wind.
• Consider an area that respects the minimum spaces recommended.
• Consider a place that does not obstruct the access to doors or
corridors.
• The surfaces of the floor must be solid enough to support the weight of
the unit and minimise the transmission of vibrations.
DANGER
0
60
Ov
mm er 6
00
er
Ov
mm
• Anchor the unit to the concrete or the block with bolts (ø10 mm) and
nuts firmly and horizontally.
• Do not install where there is the danger of combustible gas leakage.
• If children may approach the unit, take preventive measures so that
they cannot reach the unit.
• Install the unit in a place where they will not be inclined more than 5 °.
When installing the unit where it may exposed to strong wind, fasten it
securely.
Decide the mounting position with the customer as follows:
(1) Install the unit in a location which can withstand the weight of the unit
and vibration, and which can install horizontally.
(2) Provide the indicated space to ensure good airflow.
(3) If possible, do not install the unit where it will be exposed to direct sunlight.
(If necessary, install a blind that does not interfere with the airflow.)
(4) Do not install the unit near a source of heat, steam, or flammable gas.
(5) During heating operation, drain water flows from the unit. Therefore,
install the unit in a place where the drain water flow will not be obstructed.
(6) Do not install the unit where strong wind blows or where it is very dusty.
(7) Do not install the unit where people pass.
(8) Install the unit in a place where it will be free from being dirty or getting
wet by rain as much as possible.
CAUTION
• When the outdoor temperature is 0 °C or less, do not use drain pipe. If the
drain pipe is used, the drain water in the pipe may freeze in extremely
cold weather.
• In the area with heavy snowfall, if the intake and outlet of unit is blocked
with snow, it might become difficult to get warm and it is likely to cause
of the breakdown. Please construct a canopy and a pedestal or place the
unit on a high stand.
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15. CAPACITIES AND PRESSURES AVAILABLE AT HEAT PUMP OUTLET
THAIY 105
kPa
PCB DISPLAY
120
110
SW3
Speed 3
100
90
Speed 2
80
SW3
70
ON
1 2 3 4
60
OFF
Speed 1
50
ON
30
OFF
1 2 3 4
40
20
ON
1 2 3 4
0
OFF
10
0
5
10
Speed 3
(Maximum)
Speed 2
(Medium)
Speed 1
(Minimum)
The circulator has three
speeds. The speed can be
selected from dip switches 1
and 2 of SW3 on the
PCB-TERMINAL BLOCK.
Speed 3 is factory-set
(Maximum).
20 (L/min)
15
THAIY 110
kPa
80
70
Speed 3
60
Speed 2
50
Speed 1
40
30
20
10
0
0
5
10
kPa
15
20
25
30
35
40
(L/min)
THAIY 116
140
Speed 3
120
100
Speed 2
80
Speed 1
60
40
20
0
0
10
20
30
40
50 (L/min)
CAUTION
The pressure should not be less than 5 l/m (mod. 105), 6 l/m (mod. 110), 15 /m (mod. 116)
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16. HIDRAULIC CONNECTIONS
1 shut-off valves
2 water line filter (0,8 meshes/cm2)
3 pressure gauge
4 filling valve
5 system drain valve (in the lowest points of the circuit)
6 air bleed valve (in the highest points of the circuit)
7 expansion tank
Model
Minimum content (l)
Maximum pressure (Bar)
105
30
3
110
40
3
116
60
3
CAUTION
• The quantity of water in the system (pipes+terminals+tank) should not be less than the values ​​shown in the table.
• The expansion tank is charged to the installer.
Do not use the heat pump to treat industrial process water, swimming pool water or domestic water.
Set-up an intermediate heat exchanger for all the above cases.
Hydraulic connections
Anti-freeze concentration in the system
% Monoethylene glycol inhibited
Correction factor
10%
20%
30%
40%
Freezing temperature *
-4 °C
-9°C
-15 °C
-23 °C
Capacity
0,996
0,991
0,983
0,974
Power absorbed
0,990
0,978
0,964
1,008
Pressure drop
1,003
1,010
1,020
1,033
(*) Note: the temperature values are indicative. Always refer to the temperatures given for the specific product used.
Maximum percentage of glycol 40%
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PCB DISPLAY
ON
SW4
1 2 3 4
ON
• The pressure gauges must be installed to monitor the water pressure in the
system.
• It is recommended to install shut-off valves that allow the most important
components of the system to be isolated.
These valves, which can be ball, globe or throttle type, must be sized for the
least pressure drop possible when in the open position.
• The system must be equipped with drain systems in the lowest points.
• Air vents must be installed in the highest parts of the system.
• All piping must be adequately supported and isolated.
• The presence of solid particles in the water can obstruct the heat exchanger. Therefore, the heat exchanger input must be protected with a removable
mesh filter. The size of the holes in the mesh filter must be at least 10 links/
cm2 .
• After assembling the system and after any repairs, it is important to thoroughly clean the entire system, paying particular attention to the condition of
the filter.
• An automatic anti-freeze protection system is installed, which:
- activates the circulator when the outdoor temperature is below 4°C
- starts the compressor when the water temperature is below 2°C.
Enable this protection by moving dip switch 1, found on the PDB DISPLAY,
to ON.
OFF
The water connections must be implemented in accordance with the
layout and requirements provided by the heating system designer, in compliance with the water input and output of the pump. The hydraulic circuit
must be set up according to the following recommendations:
SW4
• If the appliance is installed in an area that is subject to temperatures lower than 0°C and there is a risk of a power failure in the heat
pump, the water must be mixed with a suitable amount of inhibited
monoethylene glycol.
• Clean the system beforehand in the case of new installation or emptying
the circuit. After each cleaning phase or when the water is changed or
glycol is added, in order to guarantee proper product operation, check
that the appearance of the liquid is clear, without visible impurities and
that the hardness is below 20 °f.
ELECTA THAITY 105÷116
17. CONNECTIONS ON THE TERMINAL BLOCK
KEAP
Make sure to use a dedicated power supply with a differential switch and a circuit breaker.
Accordance with the following designations, use a cable whose wires have dimensions equal to those outlined in the table below.
THAITY
Power supply cable (mm2)
Thermal circuit breaker capacity (A)
105
2,5
16/C
110
4
25/C
116
4
32/C
The power supply cable must be approved in accordance with standard IEC. 60245 IEC57(H05RN-F)
To disconnect all poles, the product relies on an overcurrent protective device in the fixed wiring in accordance with the wiring rules and relevant national
requirements. The device must have a sufficient classification for the product specifications.
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K20128EN ed.3 08.15- 000 - Stampa:
THAITY 105÷116
ELECTA range
RHOSS S.P.A.
Via Oltre Ferrovia, 32 - 33033 Codroipo (UD) - Italy
tel. +39 0432 911611 - fax +39 0432 911600
[email protected] - www.rhoss.it - www.rhoss.com
RHOSS S.P.A. declines all responsabilities for possible mistakes in the catalogue and reserves the
right to alter the features of their products without notice in the interests of continuous improvement.
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