Manual SIRe Basic FH Electric

Manual SIRe Basic FH Electric

Original instructions

SIRe Basic Fan Heaters

Electric

With quick guide

SIReBX

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For wiring diagram, please see last pages.

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Quick guide/start up

Check that all constituent parts are present

(see section Constituent parts).

Advice about location

Control unit SIReUB1 has an integrated room temperature sensor and is installed so that it is easily accessible to the user.

PC Board base SIReB1X is installed close to the unit. Wiring between the PC Board Base

SIReB1X and heating fan must be laid for

230V.

RJ12 (6p/6c) modular cables, which are available in different lengths, are used to connect the PC board and the control unit.

Longer cables are available as options.

Maximum cable lengths see section Options.

To prevent unauthorised people from accessing the Control unit it can instead be placed in another area and an external room sensor, SIReRTX (option), can be installed in the premises to sense the correct temperature.

Note! Internal sensor SIReIT02 shall be mounted in the fan exhaust in the fan heater unit in intended holder.

Connect the system

In PC board Base SIReB1X the unit is connected further with RJ12 (6p/6c) modular cable if several units are to be connected in parallel.

If an external room temperature sensor

SIReRTX is used it is connected using modular cable RJ11 (4p/4c) on SIReB1X.

PC board Base SIReB1X in/at the unit and control unit SIReUB1 is connected with RJ12

(6p/6c)modular cable after the other units are powered up.

Power supply for electric heat must be connected separately (check manual for the fan heater unit).

Wiring diagrams

The wiring diagrams are in a separate section at the end of this manual.

Enter ID/Operation without control unit

The control system can control one or more units in parallel (max 9). Each unit must get a unique ID number (1-9) which is set in the

ID selector of the PC board. E.g. Unit 1: ID=1, unit 2: ID=3

If the external control for some reason has not been installed the unit can still be run temporarily. The ID selector is then set to mode 0 see the image below.

The function is half speed and half heating output

When the ID number must be changed the unit must be disconnected from power.

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1

0

3

4 5

6

7

8

9

Each unit should have a unique ID on its

SIReB1X card.

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1

0

3

4 5

6

7

8

9

To run the unit temporarily without external control select mode 0.

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Start up

System supplied with power. Three digits

1.4.0. (software version) is quickly shown in th the status window followed by three horizontal lines. After about 30 seconds the prevailing room temperature is then shown in the status window.

After the first start up the following basic settings are made. Use arrow up/down and set the desired room temperature, fan speed step and heating step. To change a setting push the round button (confirm), the setting will start to flash and can be adjusted by using the arrow up/down.

Factory settings gives manual control of fan and heating controlled by thermostat.

For more setting alternatives see section

Operating modes.

At the first start up alarm and error codes can occur, these can usually be reset without action.

SE06-15

SE20

SE30

Fansteps

4

2

2

Heatsteps

2

2

3

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Choose desired room temperature 5 - +30 °C

2 0

Choose fan step 1-5 (alt.

1-3)

- 3

Activate heat

0 = No heat

1 = Heat step 1 possible

2 = Heat step 2 possible

(3 = Heat step 3 possible)

Heat steps controlled by thermostat

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Contents

Quick guide/start up

Advice about location

Connect the system

Wiring diagrams

Enter ID/Operation without control unit

Start up

Constituent parts

SIReBX 14

Option 15

Max. cable lenghts 15

Operating modes

Operating modes

Fan over run

Heat regulation

Set values

System on/off

Control unit SIReUB1

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Overview 17

Explanations 17

Installer menu

Parameter menu

Parameter description

Alarm and error codes

Overheat protection

Displaying alarm and error codes

Reset alarm

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Wiring diagrams, see last pages

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Constituent parts

SIReBX

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SIReUB1, control unit Basic

Wall unit cover

SIReB1X, External

PC board Basic

SIReIT02, internal temperature sensor

2 m

SIReCC, modular cables

Dimensions constituent parts

Type Description

SIReUB1

SIRB1X

SIReIT02

SIReCC605

Control unit

PC Board Base

Internal sensor

Modular cable RJ12 (6/6)

HxWxD

[mm]

120x70x35

2

5

L

[m]

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Option

SIReRTX, external room temperature sensor

Type

SIReRTX

SIReCJ4

SIReCJ6

SIReCC603

SIReCC605

SIReCC610

SIReCC615

SIReCC403

SIReCC405

SIReCC410

SIReCC415

RSK-no.

673 09 22

673 09 23

673 09 24

673 09 25

673 09 26

673 09 27

673 09 28

673 09 29

673 09 30

SIReCJ4, joint piece

SIReCJ6, joint piece

SIReCC, modular cable

E-no.

87 510 12

87 510 13

87 510 14

87 510 15

87 510 16

87 510 17

87 510 18

87 510 19

87 510 20

Description HxWxD

External room temperature sensor 70x33x23

Joint piece for two pcs. RJ11 (4/4)

Joint piece for two pcs. RJ12 (6/6)

Modular cable RJ12 (6/6)

Modular cable RJ12 (6/6)

Modular cable RJ12 (6/6)

Modular cable RJ12 (6/6)

Modular cable RJ11 (4/4)

Modular cable RJ11 (4/4)

Modular cable RJ11 (4/4)

Modular cable RJ11 (4/4)

L

[m]

3

5

10

15

3

5

10

15

Max. cable lenghts

• Modular cabel RJ12 (6p/6c) between SIReUB1 and SIReB1(X): max 50 m.

• Modular cabel RJ12 (6p/6c) between two SIReB1(X): max 50 m.

• Modular cabel RJ11 (4p/4c) to room sensor SIReRTX: max 20 m.

Total cable lenght is permitted in the system is a maximum of 300 m.

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Operating modes

Operating modes

Factory settings gives manual control of fan and heating controlled by thermostat at choosen step.

Fansteps Heatsteps

SE06-15

SE20

SE30

4

2

2

2

2

3

Set values

Use arrow up /down to choose desired room temperature, fan speed step and heating step.

Push the confirm button and the digit(s) starts to flash. The value can now be adjusted using the arrow up /down, and confirm.

Auto mode

Change parameter P04 from 0 to 1 (see list of parameters on next page) to active auto mode. Thermostat controls both fan and heating

Manual mode

Decrease the temperature setting below 5 °C and the following symbols are shown in the status window = manual mode.

In manual mode both fan- and heating steps are controlled manually.

Temperature

Fan speed step

Heating step

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2 0

- 3

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Fan over run

When heat has been activated the fan will continue to run to cool down the unit. The over run time is 180 seconds or shorter if the internal temperature has dropped below

+30 °C (only valid for units with internal temperature sensor).

System on/off

Press the ON /OFF button for 2 seconds to switch off the system. The unit’s safety functions are still active when the system is switched off, which means that the fan can continue to run for a moment after mode OFF has been selected.

Heat regulation

When the room temperature drops below the set point temperature the first heating step is activated. If temperature continues to drop, another heating step is activated (see description below parameters P.00).

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Control unit SIReUB1

Overview

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Arrow up

Scroll up

Arrow down

Scroll down

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Prevailing room temperature

Statuswindow

Confirm

Alarm Red led

Run signal Green led

ON/OFF button

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Desired room temperature

2 0

Fan speed step

- 3

Heating step

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Explanations

Status window

The status window has four main displays: prevailing and desired room temperature, fan and heating setps. Alarm codes and parameter settings can also be shown in the status window.

Arrow up

Scroll up in menu / increase a setting.

Arrow down

Scroll down in menu / deacrease a setting.

Confirm

To have access to the Installers menu, choose parameters and cofirm an adjusted setting.

After about 20 seconds the control unit goes back to displaying the prevailing temperature.

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Installer menu

Parameter menu

Keep Confirm button pressed until P00 is shown in the status window. Use arrow up / down to scroll between the parameters. Press

Confirm button once to change a setting in the parameter menu. Flashing values can be adjusted using the arrow up/down and then confirm. Keep the Confirm button pressed to return to the status window. (Returning automatically to the status window after about 50 seconds).

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P 0 2

Parameter description

P.00 Temperature difference heating steps

Sets the difference between the heating steps.

Factory setting of 1,0 and a desired room temperature of 20 °C gives the following operation:Low heating step is connected at +19,5 °C (disconnected at +20,0 °C).

If temperature continue to drop below

+18,5 °C another heating step is connected

(disconnected at +19,0 °C), etc.

P.01 Overheating alarm ON/OFF

Possibility to block the alarm (only valdid for units with internal temperature sensor).

P.02 Over run time

Time when the fan continue to run when the heat has been activated (only valid for units with internal temperature sensor).

P.03 Temperature limit for over run

Over run time is cancelled if the internal temperature drops below this set value (only valid for units with internal temperature sensor).

P.04 Fan control

Choose manul (0) or auto (1) mode, read more under section Operating mode.

P.05 Internal temperature

Prevailing internal temperature. Only the peak value is shown when several units are connected (only valid for units with internal temperature sensor).

P.06 - P.13 Run time

Run time for fan and heating steps.

List of parameters

Parameternumber

Description

P.08

P.09

P.10

P.11

P.12

P.13

P.00

P.01

P.02

P.03

P.04

P.05

P.06

P.07

Temperature difference between heating steps

Overheting alarma ON/OFF ON=1; OFF=0

Over run time when heat has been activated

Temperature limit for fan over run

Fan control: Manul rorAuto; 0=Manul, 1 = Auto

Display of unit internal/outlet temperature

Run time fan step 1

Run time fan step 2

Run time fan step 3

Run time fan step 4

Run time fan step 5

Run time heating step 1

Run time heating step 2

Run time heating step 1+2

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Setting range

0,5-10

1/0

10-300

10-40

0/1

0-100

0-99999

0-99999

0-99999

0-99999

0-99999

0-99999

0-99999

0-99999

Factory setting

1.0 °C

1

180 seconds

30 °C

0

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Alarm and error codes

Overheat protection

SE06-15:

The over heating protection is intended to restrict the exhaust temperature to 70 °C.

At 70 °C an output step is tripped off. If the temperature continues to rise all output is interrupted at 75 °C. If the temperature continues to rise despite this, for example because of a faulty contactor, the fan will start to spin at 70 °C to keep the temperature down. At the same time there is an over heating alarm, see Table - Alarm. At internal temperatures of +80 °C the fan runs at maximum speed.

If the unit cools the output is engaged again. The alarm remains in the control unit’s display. If the unit overheats twice within an hour, the alarm must be reset before the heating can be engaged again, the fan operates until the alarm is reset.

SE20-30:

The over heating protection is intended to restrict the exhaust temperature to 85 °C.

At 85 °C an output step is tripped off. If the temperature continues to rise all output is interrupted at 90 °C. If the temperature continues to rise despite this, for example because of a faulty contactor, the fan will start to spin at 85 °C to keep the temperature down. At the same time there is an over heating alarm, see Table - Alarm. At internal temperatures of 95 °C the fan runs at maximum speed.

If the unit cools the output is engaged again. The alarm remains in the control unit’s display. If the unit overheats twice within an hour, the alarm must be reset before the heating can be engaged again, the fan operates until the alarm is reset.

Note! In event of repeated alarms and over heating alarms, carry out a thorough check and if the fault cause cannot be found contact authorised service personnel or Frico.

Displaying alarm and error codes

In event of alarm or error the alarm/error code and the unit it applies to is shown in the

Reset alarm

Note! Before resetting, check that the fault is rectified and there is nothing to prevent the unit from being recommissioned!

When the fault is rectifed, the alarm is reset according to description below.

If "wrong" button is pressed the alarm display disappears but returns in status window after about 20 seconds.

At the first start up alarm and error codes can occur, these can usually be reset without action.

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status window. Alarm error codes see Table

- next page. The status window alternate the display of the alarm/error code and faulty unit

ID causing the problem.

Alarm code starts to flash

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Table - Alarm

Alarm Cause

A.FA Motor alarm Thermal switch has deployed. One or several motors have overheated.

(Only units with withdrawn thermal switches.)

A.ot

Over heating alarm

The temperature in the unit has exceeded the alarm limit for overheating. (Only applies to units with internal unit temperature.)

Action

Check that nothing is obstructing the unit’s air intake and exhaust. When the overheated motor has cooled the thermal switch shuts again and the alarm can be reset. At repeated alarms, check the motors, replace damaged motors.

Check that nothing is obstructing the unit’s air intake and exhaust, the function of the internal temperature sensor.

Table - Error codes

Error code Cause Action

E.co Communication SIReB1X has no contact with SIReUB1. Check connection between the SIReB1X and SIReUB1. Replace any modular cables.

PC board SIReB1X has no ID = 0 Interrupt the power supply and select different ID numbers for all SIReB1X in the system.

Two or more SIReB1X have the same

ID-number.

Interrupt the power supply and select different ID numbers for all SIReB1X in the system.

Contact Frico for support.

E.cF ID Error

One or more SIReB1X do not have programs.

Two or more SIReB1X in the system have different programs.

Contact Frico for support.

E.rt

Room sensor error

E.It

Internal sensor error

E.ru Room sensor error

Error in or missing external room sensor SIReRTX connected to

SIReB1X.

Fault on or missing internal sensor in the unit (applies to units with internal sensor).

Fault on internal room sensor in the control unit SIReUB1.

Always disconnect the power supply when connecting or disconnecting sensors. Check connection of the sensor.

Check connection of the sensor. If there is no sensor, contact Frico for support.

Check connections between

SIReUB1 and SIReB1X. Replace any modular cables. Check if an external sensor SIReRTX is working. If the error is not rectified the SIReUB1 must be replaced.

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Connections between SIReB1X and Panther SE06, SE09,

SE12 and SE15.

L L~ N

SIReB1X

40

SE06-15

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Connections between SIReB1X and Panther SE20

L L~ N

SIReB1X

SE20

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Connections between SIReB1X and Panther SE30

L L~ N

SIReB1X

42

SE30

Wiring diagrams

Basic

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Wiring diagram

Basic parallel

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SIReB1X

Pot.

Unit ID

Pot.

Unit ID

44

SIReB1

Pot.

Unit ID

C2

X5

C1

X4

ROOM

X3

ACTUATOR SUPPLY

N L~ L PE

N L

SIReB1

Pot.

Unit ID

C2

X5

C1

X4

ROOM

X3

ACTUATOR SUPPLY

N L~ L PE

N L

SIReRTX

SIReUB1

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