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VAT GB 287 1315 50004
EEE Producer Registration Number –
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CABR
CAB10AR, CAB10ER, CAB10WR,
CAB15AR, CAB15ER & CAB15WR
08/50590/0 (UK) Issue 2
The product complies with the European Safety Standards EN60335-2-30 and the European Standard Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
EN55014, EN60555-2 and EN60555-3. These cover the essential requirements of EEC Directives 2006/95/EC and 2004/108/EC
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A
C
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C
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CAB10 E/W/A R
1224
1160
1065
920
840
CAB15 E/W/A R
1724
1660 1570
1420
1260
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20
240
192
59
40
639
580
269
99 53
405
58
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2B
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CAB W/A
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7B
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9
Dimplex Compact Air Curtains
Models :
CAB10ER, CAB10WR, CAB10AR
CAB15ER, CAB15WR & CAB15AR
IMPORTANT: THESE INSTRUCTIONS SHOULD BE READ CAREFULLY AND RETAINED FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
IMPORTANT SAFETY ADVICE
DO NOT COVER OR OBSTRUCT the air inlet or outlet
grille.
ENSURE THE APPLIANCE IS EARTHED.
Do not use this heater in areas where excessive dust
exists.
This heater must not be located immediately above or
below a fixed socket outlet or connection box.
Always disconnect supply before working on the
product.
This appliance should only be connected to the fixed
wiring of the premises by means of conduit.
This product should only be mounted safely to solid
ceiling surfaces.
This product must not be subjected to water spray or
immersion.
Ensure the supply cables are of adequate current
carrying capacity and are protected by a suitable fuse.
If the appliance is mounted in a toilet or washroom, the
appliance should be mounted such that no part of it can
be touched by a person using a fixed bath or shower.
If the appliance is mounted in a toilet or washroom
an isolating switch must be provided outside the
washroom adjacent to the entrance door.
This appliance is not intended for use by persons
(including children) with reduced physical, sensory
or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and
knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person
responsible for their safety.
WARNING: Isolate electrical supply to ALL modular
linked units when carrying out maintenance.
Models
Model
Heat Output
Electrical Supply
kW
Electrical
Load
Weight
(per phase)
KG
Max
Installed
height
M
AMBIENT / COLD STORE
Fixing Positions
This appliance must be mounted to a suitable ceiling - see Fig.
1 for fixing dimensions and Fig. 5, 6, or 7 for mounting positions
and ‘Mounting’ sections below for fixing details. This appliance
should not be mounted less than 1.8m from the floor.
Mounting into a Standard Ceiling Void
1. Side Fixings - Using a suitable ceiling surface, mark off and
drill for M8 drops rods. Dimensions can be found on Fig.1. Cut
the M8 drop rods to the desired length, taking note of the final
position of the appliance relative to the distance to the mounting
surface. Mount the drop rods to the ceiling surface. Remove the
ceiling tiles on the appliance. (see Fig. 2) Using suitable lifting
equipment raise up the appliance to the drop rods as shown in
Fig. 5. Connect the appliance to the drop rods using standard M8
lock nuts and washers.
2. Top Mounted Inserts - If a suitable (unistrut) structure is
available, mark off and drill for M8 threaded bolts. Insert the bolts
down through the structure. Dimensions can be found on Fig.
1. Using suitable lifting equipment raise up the appliance to the
bolts. Screw the bolts into the threaded inserts on the top of the
appliance, and tighten securely.
Electrical connection
All products are fitted with a microprocessor control. Electrical
power and control connections are made as shown in Fig. 4. A
suitable local isolating switch must be provided in the electrical
supply circuit with at least 3mm clearance on each pole. In order
to access the electrical connections, remove the outlet grilles (‘x’
in Fig. 2) by undoing the four fasteners in each tile. For the Water
heated and Ambient models only, the pressure plate must also be
removed.
All Electric Models - Having removed a ‘knock out’ in the
top panel, feed an appropriate supply cable (see ‘a’ in Fig. 4A)
through a suitable cable gland (not supplied) fitted in the top
panel and attach to the terminal block (see ‘b’ in Fig. 4A).
CAB10AR
n/a
220-240V ~1PN
0.3
20.5
3.0
CAB15AR
n/a
220-240V ~1PN
0.5
29.5
3.0
All Water heated and Ambient Models - Having
removed a ‘knock out’ in the top panel, feed an appropriate
supply cable (see ‘a’ in Fig.4B) through a suitable cable gland
(not supplied) fitted in the top panel and attach to the PCB (see
‘b’ in Fig. 4B).
ELECTRICALLY HEATED
CAB10ER
4.5 / 9.0
380-415V ~3PN
14
26
3.0
CAB15ER
6.75 / 13.5
380-415V ~3PN
20
35
3.0
WATER HEATED (at 82/71 °C - LPHW)**
CAB10WR
9.0
220-240V ~1PN
0.3
23
3.0
CAB15WR
13.5
220-240V ~1PN
0.5
32.5
3.0
This range of air curtains are specifically designed to be
recessed into ceiling spaces and above suspended ceilings.
Electrical
The installation of this appliance should be carried out by a
competent electrician and be in accordance with the current IEE
wiring regulations.
All Models - A suitable cable (CAT5 or equivalent) for a switch
panel (kit ref. - CABC5 for electrically heated models or CABC6
for water heated/ambient models) can be similarly introduced
through the top panel and plugged into the circuit board as
shown in Fig. 4A & 4B. If the unit is to be operated in conjunction
with a door switch, a normally open switch should be wired as
per ‘D’ in Fig. 8 & 9 as appropriate.
Note: If using a door switch, an additional 2 core (low voltage)
cable is required between the door switch and the air curtains.
If the unit is to be connected to a Building Energy Management
System, connections are made as per ‘S0, S1, & S2’ in Fig. 8 &
9 as appropriate.
Water connection
Models designed for use in conjunction with a low pressure
hot water supply should be individually connected (in a parallel
circuit) to the flow and return pipe-work. Connections (see ‘a’ in
Fig. 3) are: ½” BSPT (CAB series) and isolation valves (see ‘b’
in Fig. 3) should be fitted as close to the air curtain connection
points as possible. For commissioning, air bleed valves (see ‘c’
in Fig. 3) are fitted to the coil, which can be accessed by removal
of the ceiling tile - see Fig. 2.
Thermostatic control
A capillary type thermostat is factory fitted within the unit, as per
‘C’ in Fig. 8, giving a selection scale of 0-40ºC. When the thermostat operates, the power output will reduce depending on the
switch setting.
- Fan only - No effect
- Half Heat - Heater will reduce to Fan only
- Full Heat - Heater will reduce to Half Heat
To override the thermostat, first Isolate the supply to the heater.
Remove the connection on terminal ‘1’ of the thermostat and
reconnect it onto the piggy back connection on terminal ‘C’.
Door switch control (Electric models)
By including a door switch in the circuit (as per ‘D’ in Fig. 8) the
air curtain will respond to door openings as follows:
(1)
(2)
Maximum water supply conditions are 125ºC and 8 bar
(0.8MPa).
To aid installation, the water coil connections may be moved to
either side of the appliance. By removing the water coil and
appropriate knockouts the water coil can then be re-inserted into
the required orientation. This procedure should be carried out
before mounting the appliance.
(3)
(4)
(5)
If the door re-opens during this 3 minute run on cycle, the
process will restart at (1).
Switch Panel Installation
The backing box (standard double gang) should be surface
mounted onto a suitable wall, alternatively a recessed box
can be used (not supplied). Suitable conduit should be used
where applicable to carry the cable between the heater and the
switch. A CAT5 computer network cable with straight through
connections should be used to connect the switch panel to the
appliance PCB.
Warning: Ensure cable is secure and the cable path does not
come into contact with heater element or other moving parts.
Note: If using a door switch, an additional 2 core (low voltage)
cable is required between the door switch and the air curtains.
Test all switch settings once installation is complete.
Electrically heated variants
Operation using switch box - CABC5
Switch on electrical supply to the air curtain. Rotate the switch to
the desired heat setting. Settings available are;
OFF
Low Fan
Low Fan with Low Heat
High Fan
High Fan with Low Heat
High Fan with Full Heat
The rocker (auto / manual) switch allows for manual over-ride of
a door switch if fitted. Manual allows the appliance to run at the
desired setting, while Auto provides an energy saving feature by
shutting down the appliance while the door is closed.
The unit should always be switched OFF using the switch
box control, and not by mains power supply interruption.
When the unit is switched off (via the switch box) the fan will run
on for 1 minute without heat to discharge any residual energy
from the heating elements.
When first turned on the control will run through a system check.
The selected settings will be reached and maintained after a 30
second period.
Door opening will energise the air curtain at the set conditions (switch box settings).
On door closure operation will continue at the set conditions for a further 1 minute.
Between 1 minute and 2 minutes from door closure, set
back operation, ½ heat (if heat selected) and ½ fan will
activate.
Between 2 minutes and 3 minutes, the fan only (½ speed)
shut down cycle will be engaged.
After 3 minutes, the air curtain will return to a dormant
state until the door is re-opened.
Thermal Safety cut outs
The power supply to the heating elements will be interrupted if
one or a combination of the following abnormal events occur:
1.
Air inlet or outlet grilles are obstructed.
2.
Internal ventilation is impaired due to build up of dust and
fluff.
3.
Blower unit stalls.
Before resetting the thermal safety cut-outs you must turn
the power OFF. Unlock the grille by moving the two sliders
into the open position ‘x’ as shown in Fig. 2A, using a small
screw driveror other suitable tool. With the grille partially open
disconnect the safety cord to allow the grille to fully open. Then
access the reset buttons as shown in ‘y’ in Fig. 2B. Before
re-setting the reason for activation must be determined and
corrective action taken.
Low Pressure Hot Water (LPHW) heated
Ambient (fan only) variants
Operation using switch box - CABC6
Switch on electrical supply to the air curtain. Rotate the switch to
the desired heat setting. Settings available are;
OFF
Low Fan
High Fan
The rocker (auto / manual) switch allows for manual over-ride of
a door switch if fitted. Manual allows the appliance to run at the
desired setting, while Auto provides an energy saving feature by
shutting down the appliance while the door is closed.
The unit should always be switched OFF using the switch box
control, and not by mains power supply interruption. When
first turned on the control will run through a system check. The
selected settings will be reached and maintained after a 30
second period.
Thermostatic control (optional)
1) A thermostatic regulation valve with a remote sensing bulb
(not supplied) can be positioned in the supply water pipe-work to
regulate the heat output.
2) An electrical 3-Port Solenoid Valve can also be connected into
the system. Please contact your sales or service agent using the
contact details provided.
Door switch control (Water heated & Ambient
models)
By including a door switch in the circuit (as per ‘D’ in Fig. 9 the
air curtain will respond to door openings as follows:
(1) Door opening will energise the air curtain at the set conditions
(switch box settings).
(2) On door closure operation will continue at the set conditions
for a further 1 minute.
(3) Between 1 minute and 2 minutes from door closure ½ fan set
back operation will activate.
(4) After 2 minutes, the air curtain will return to a dormant state
until the door is re-opened. If the door re-opens during this 2
minute run on cycle, the process will re-start at (1).
Wiring Diagrams
CAB & DAB ‘E’ - Electric models - see Fig. 8
CAB & DAB ‘W’ / ‘A’ - Water heated & Ambient models - see
Fig. 9
C - Thermostat
D - Door Switch (Optional)
E - Thermal Safety Cut-out Circuit
F - Elements
-
BMS Switches (Optional)(S0,S1,S2)
M - Motor
Remote (BMS / BEMS) Operation
Connection to Building Energy Management Control Systems
(BEMS) is possible so that remote control of the air curtain can
be carried out in conjunction with other equipment. Please refer
to the table in Fig. 8 & 9 to make the appropriate connections to
the PCB.
Modular Connection
Refer to instructions provided with the modular linking kit.
De-rating the unit to operate at ½ heat setting
Please contact your sales or service agent using the contact
details provided.
Operation on a Single Phase Supply
Please contact your sales or service agent using the contact
details provided.
Recycling
For electrical products sold within the European
Community.
At the end of the electrical products useful life it
should not be disposed of with household waste.
Please recycle where facilities exist. Check
with your Local Authority or retailer for recycling
advice in your country.
Cleaning
WARNING: DISCONNECT SUPPLY before carrying out
maintenance.
External appearance can be maintained by wiping occasionally
with a damp cloth ; for stain removal, a weak soap solution can
be applied with a cloth and the surface wiped dry. Care must be
taken to avoid any moisture ingress into the product.
After Sales Service
Your product is guaranteed for three years from the date of
purchase.
Within this period, we undertake to repair or exchange this product free of charge provided it has been installed and operated in
accordance with these instructions.
Your rights under this guarantee are additional to your statutory
rights, which in turn are not affected by this guarantee.
Should you require after sales information or assistance with this
product please go to www.dimplex.co.uk wher you will find our
self help guide by clicking on “After Sales” or ring our helpdesk
on 0845 600 5111 (UK) or 01 842 4833 (R.O.I.) .
Spare parts are also available on the website
www.dimplex.co.uk
Please retain your receipt as proof of purchase.
The product complies with the European Safety Standards EN60335-2-30 and the European Standard Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
EN55014, EN60555-2 and EN60555-3. These cover the essential requirements of EEC Directives 2006/95/EC and 2004/108/EC
Dimplex UK Ltd.
Millbrook House
Grange Drive
Hedge End
Southampton
Hampshire. SO30 2DF
www.dimplex.co.uk
Republic of Ireland Tel. 01 8424833
© Dimplex UK Limited
All rights reserved. Material contained in this publication may not be reproduced in whole or in part, without prior permission in writing of Dimplex UK Limited.
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