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9

9 alarm alarm dehum.

30% 50% 75% 100% reset

1 2 3 4

Fig. 15.a

x1000

Fig. 15.b

PRG reset

SEL

15. ALARMS AND TROUBLESHOOTING

15.1 Alarm summary table

When an alarm is activated a message identifying the alarm is displayed on the control module.

In the case of potentially dangerous alarms, the control module automatically shuts the humidifi er down.

For some alarm events (see Table 15.a), the signalling of the alarm is accompanied by the activation of an alarm relay, as described in: Other auxiliary contacts.

If the cause of the alarm is no longer valid, the humidifi er and alarm relay output can be reset automatically or manually, according to the type of problem, while the message displayed is deactivated manually by pressing the reset-PRG button.

If no longer active, the alarm status continues to be indicated until the reset-PRG button is pressed.

5

5

Still active alarms can not be reset.

In the type C control module the presence of an alarm is indicated by the lighting up of LED 9 and a combination of the LEDs 5 (Fig. 15.a); in the event of more than one alarm, these are indicated in sequence, at 2 second intervals.

In the type H or T control module, if not in programming phase, in the presence of an alarm LED 9 (see fi g. 15.b) begins fl ashing, while the display 5 indicates the alphanumeric alarm code.

The message is displayed cyclically, for a duration of two seconds, alternating with the measurement normally displayed (if the measurement normally displayed corresponds to a disconnected probe, the measurement is not displayed; this will automatically return to the display if the probe is reconnected).

In the event of more than one alarm, the display indicates all the corresponding codes in sequence, at two second intervals.

The alarm Ec cannot be reset.

In the event of the alarm CL (regular maintenance required), the alarm can be reset only by resetting the hour counter; see Resetting the hour counter.

The alarm E1 may appear in two distinct cases:

1. Malfunction when reading from the parameter memory (typically on start-up)

The default parameters are temporarily recalled, without being saved in the parameter memory (the parameters can be accessed and the correct values restored).

In any case the default parameter recall procedure is recommended; see Recalling the default parameters.

2. Malfunction when writing to the parameter memory (typically on pressing the PRG button)

Any modifi cations made will be cancelled; the parameters can be accessed, the values modifi ed and save operation repeated.

Table 15.a lists the alarm indications, the causes, the conditions and the possible solutions.

The remote terminal column indicates the alarm message that appears on the LCD display of the CAREL

Humivisor remote control panel, if one is connected to the humidifi er.

H and T controller

code displayed

C controller alarm alarm non previsto

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1 2 3 4

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1 2 3 4

CAREL

Humivisor remote terminal cause

E202 •activation of safety

thermostat

• Klixon activation

•the thp output is open

solution ( once having tried the suggestion, if the problem persists, contact the CAREL service department)

- check the earth current of the heaters, and if replace necessary.

- manually reset the Klixon

- problem dependent mainly on operation without water;

- turn the machine off and, once it has cooled down, reactivate the thermostat on the cylinder cover

after having cleaned the cylinder and the level control, checking the effi ciency of the components;

- check that the electrical and water connections are in order and that the machine is supplied correctly;

- it may be necessary to replace the PTC sensors if installed

E204 contradiction of the fl oat - check the correct supply of water to the cylinder;

- turn the machine off and clean: the cylinder, the level control and the fi ll electrovalve

action

see procedure

“AR”

E205 high conductivity of the supply water reset not available active if Et remain in order at least a minute.

manual

auto available alarm relay only if EE appears during

AR active - turn the machine off and clean the water conductivity measuring electrodes;

- if the problem persists, change the source of the supply water or install a suitable treatment system (demineralisation, even partial);

- the problem will not be resolved by softening the supply water

total shutdown

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H and T controller

C controller alarm alarm alarm alarm

code displayed

not featured

not featured

not featured

not featured

30% 50% 75% 100%

30%

1

30%

1

30%

1

30%

50% 75%

2

50% 75%

2

50% 75%

2

3

3

3

100%

4

100%

4

100%

4

100%

CAREL

Humivisor remote terminal

E211

E213

E214

E215

E231 cause

autotest failed;

probable problems

in: supply water, level

control or electrovalve

• electrical power not

available; on machine

start-up no steam is

produced or the water is not pre-heated

•fl oat locked in high level position.

no water

formation of foam in the cylinder during boiling

high water conductivity

pre-alarm

E221 high ambient humidity

(high temperature in T control)

E222 low ambient humidity

low temperature in T control)

E224 high outlet humidity

E201 internal memory error

solution ( once having tried the suggestion, if the problem persists, contact the CAREL service department)

- ensure that the machine is supplied with water;

- turn the machine off and clean the level control and the fi ll valve

with the machine off and disconnected from mains power supply, check that there are no defective of malfunctioning electrical connections

- check that the supply pipe from the water supply to the humidifi er and the internal pipe is not blocked or choked and that the pressure is suffi cient (1-8 bar);

- check the operation of the fi ll electrovalve;

- check that the steam supply does not have to work

against excessive back-pressure, preventing the fl ow of water into the cylinder due to gravity;

- check that the steam supply pipe is not choked or that there are no pockets of condensation

- the formation of foam is usually due to the presence of surfactants in the water (lubricants, solvents, detergents, water treatment or softening agents) or an excessive concentration of dissolved salts. Drain the water supply line;

- clean the cylinder

- check the conductivity of the supply water;

- if necessary, install a suitable water treatment system;

- the problem will not be resolved by softening the supply water

check the operation of the probe and the limit set by parameter P2

check the operation of the probe and the limit set by parameter P3

check the operation of the outlet probe

contact the CAREL service department

action reset alarm relay see procedure

“AR” see procedure

“AR”

manual

manual

humidifi er disabled after waiting 10 min the alarm is automatically reset and a new fi ll cycle is attempted signal only manual or automatic (if after waiting

10 min the water supply returns)

manual active only on the second

EP or after EE during

AR active only on the second

EP or after EE during

AR active not active

humidifi er disabled signal only signal only signal only

humidifi er disabled

auto available

auto available

auto available

auto available reprogram

CAREL not active active active active active

50% 75%

4 alarm

not featured

1 2 3

not featured

not featured

not featured

not featured

not featured alarm

30% 50% 75% 100%

1 2 3 4

30% 50% 75% 100%

1 2 3 4

E212

E230

user parameter error

hour counter error

with the machine off check that there are no defective or malfunctioning electrical connections

reset the hour counter (see Resetting the hour counter)

E220

E223 outlet probe not connected (if featured)

E225 NTC probe for measuring the water temperature not connected (if featured)

E232

E216

E233

room probe not connected

regular maintenance

signal no drain pre-alarm or fi lter blocked boiler full of water with no humidifi cation demand pre-alarm

check the connection of the probe and the setting of parameter A0 for ON/OFF confi guration (see Reading and programming the parameters)

check the connection of the probe or the setting of parameter A0 (see Reading and programming the parameters)

- check the pre-heating operation and the setting of

parameters b1, b2, b3 (see Reading and programming the parameters);

- check the connections to the terminal block on the cylinder cover

stop the machine and carry out a complete maintenance routine on the humidifi er, resetting the hour counter (see

Resetting the hour counter)

- check the drain valve/pump;

- check if the pipes or the manifold are blocked;

- check if the level sensor is faulty or the pipes are blocked;

- the fi lter inside the boiler may be clogged.

- check if the fi ll valve is leaking;

- check if the high level sensor is dirty.

humidifi er disabled hour counter saving disabled

humidifi er disabled reprogram parameters manual hour counter reset

auto available

humidifi er disabled pre heating disabled signal only

see procedure

“AR” signal only

auto available

auto available

manual

manual

auto available active not active active active active not active active on the second

“Ed” not active alarm

Table 15.a

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Step Description Drain status

1 Stop producOff tion.

Open contactor

2 Drain by time On

3

4

Wait for level to stabilise

Fill water

Off

Off

5 Wait for level to stabilise

Off

6 Drain On

7 Wait for level to stabilise

Off

Fill status Contactor status

Off Off 3 sec

Off

Off

On

Off

Off

Off

Off

Off

Off

Off

Off

Off

15.2 Autotest Retry procedure (Fault tolerance)

AUTOTEST RETRY (“AR”)

Duration Condition that can stop “AR”

No

Display

If at the end of a set time the fl oat is below to the minimum reed, the procedure goes to step 3, otherwise it drains again and then goes to step 3

3 sec

High level sensor active

High level sensor active

Ends when the fl oat reaches the control reed

10 sec

Contradiction of the levels

High level sensor active

The fi ll time exceeds a maximum limit

Contradiction of the levels

High level sensor

EE

EE

EE

EE

Ends when the fl oat reaches the control reed Contradiction of the levels EE

1 sec

High level sensor active

The drain time exceeds a maximum limit

Contradiction of the levels

High level sensor active

EE

Tab. 15.b

NOTE:

- During the Autotest Retry procedure the display shows the code “AR” alternating with the alarm code that triggered the procedure.

- If the PRG button is pressed during the Autotest Retry procedure, the procedure is stopped and normal humidifi er operation resumes.

15.3 Troubleshooting

Problem

The control does not turn on

The humidifi er does not start

Cause

1. no electrical power supply;

2. external switch in position 0 (open);

3. control connectors poorly installed;

4. fuses blown;

5. transformer malfunction.

1. remote ON/OFF contact open (relay/terminals 7I - 8I);

2. the external regulator/humidistat or probe has not been connected correctly;

3. probe/humidistat malfunction;

4. parameters not set correctly;

5. safety thermostat activated;

6. fan circuit breaker activated (H or T control);

The humidifi er fi lls with water

without producing steam

1. steam outlet back-pressure too high;

2. leaking fl ow regulator in the water fi ll electrovalve (with leaks in the water circuit);

3. level control malfunction;

4. cylinder inlet fi lter blocked;

5. lime in the fi ll tank;

6. drain electrovalve malfunction;

Line circuit breaker is activated 1. the line circuit breaker is rated too low;

The humidifi er wets the duct

The humidifi er wets the fl oor below

2. resistors short-circuited

1. the distributor is not installed correctly;

2. the system is rated too high;

3. the humidifi er is active when the duct fan is off;

1. the humidifi er pipe is blocked;

2. the water supply or overfi ll circuit has leaks;

3. the condensate drain pipe does not drain the water back to the fi ll tank;

4. the steam outlet pipe is not properly attached to the cylinder;

Solution

1. check the protection devices upstream of the humidifi er and the mains power supply;

2. close the switch: position I;

3. check that the connector are properly installed on the terminal block;

4. check the state of fuses F1/F2;

5. check that the secondary of the transformer has an output of 24 Vac.

1. close ON/OFF contacts (relay/terminals 7I - 8I);

2. check the external connection;

3. check the external signal;

4. reprogram the parameters correctly;

5. reset the thermostat after having eliminated the cause of the problem;

6. reset the circuit breaker after having eliminated the cause of the problem;

1. check that the steam outlet pipe is not bent or choked;

2. replace the fi ll electrovalve;

3. clean the level control or replace if necessary;

4. clean the fi lter;

5. clean the fi ll tank;

6. check for the presence of 24Vac at the drain electrovalve; clean the drain electrovalve;

1. check that the circuit breaker is rated for a current of at least 1.5 times the rated current of the humidifi er;

2. check, by measuring, the value of the resistors and replace them if necessary

1. check that the steam distributor has been installed correctly;

2. diminish the steam production set on the control;

3. check the connection of the device (fl ow switch or differential pressure switch) linked to the humidifi er for ventilation in the duct (terminals

7I - 8I)

1. clean the pipe in the bottom tank;

2. check the entire water circuit;

3. check the correct positioning of the condensate drain pipe in the fi ll tank;

4. check the fastening of the pipe clamp on the steam outlet pipe;

Table 15.c

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number of heating elements steam connection (

 mm)(  inch) supply pressure limits (Pa) supply water connection temperature limits (°C)(°fH) pressure limits (MPa) hardness limits (°fH) instant fl ow rate (l/min) (gpm) drain water connection (

 mm)(  inch) typical temperature (°C)(°fH) instant fl ow rate (l/min)(gpm) environmental conditions ambient operating temperature (°C) ambient operating humidity (% rH) storage temperature (°C) (°fH) storage humidity (% rH) index of protection control type voltage / auxiliary frequency (V / Hz) maximum auxiliary power (VA) probe inputs (general characteristics)

16. HUMIDIFIER TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

model

UR002 UR004 UR006 UR010 UR020 UR027 UR040 UR060

1 1 3 3 6 6 6 9 power to active probes (general characteristics) alarm relay and dehumidifi cation outputs

(general characteristics) remote enabling input (general characteristics) serial communication

30/1.18

0…1500

40/1.57

40 /1.57

2000

G3/4”M

1T40/33.8T104

0.1 to 0.8 (1 to 8 bar)

 40

0,6/0.13

0,6/0.13

1,2/0.26

1,2/0.26

4/0.88

4/0.88

4/0.88

10/2.2

5/1.32

40/1.57

100 / 212

22,5/5.94

1T40/33.8T104

10 to 60

-10T70/14T158

5 to 95

IP20

2x40/1.57

URC-URH-URS

24 / 50/60

30 selectable input signal: 0 to 1 Vdc, 0 to 10 Vdc, 2 to 10 Vdc, 0 to 20 mA,

4 to 20 mA input impedance: 60 k

 with signals: 0 to 1 Vdc, 0 to 10 Vdc, 2 to 10 Vdc

50

 with signals: 0 to 20 mA, 4 to 20 mA

24 Vdc (24 Vac rectifi ed), Imax= 250 mA

12 Vdc 5%, Imax= 50 mA

250 V 8 A (2 A)

type of micro-switching action 1C free contact; max. resistance max. 50

; Vmax=24 Vdc; Imax=5 mA two-lead RS485

Table 16.a

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17. SPARE PARTS

Exploded of the cylinder 6-10kg/h ( 13.2-22 lbs/h )

n.

description

1 PTC probe wire terminals

2 NTC Probe

3 Wire terminal bracket

4 NTC well

5 Power connection protection cover

6 Cylinder cover

8 Cylinder gasket

11 Cylinder cover locking clamp

7 PTC probe

9 Heating elements: with antiadherent fi lm without antiadherent fi lm 208V

230V

400V

460V

575V

10 Heating element centring spring 13C453A048

12 Cylinder

13 Filter, ring nut and pipe union

Gasket kit

208V

230V

400V

460V

575V

Spare Parts Code

UR006 – 1 ~ * UR006 – 3~** UR010 – 3~**

URKTB00000

URKNTC0000

URK0000022

URKNTCCAS1

URKCOPC00M

URKH00A347

URKH00A320

URKH00R347

URKH00R320

URKG100000

URKBR00000

URKPTCS000

URKH00A347

URKH00A320

URKH00A320

URKH00A344

URKH00A341

URKH00R347

URKH00R320

URKH00R320

URKH00R344

URKH00P341

----

URKB100000

UEKF000000

URKG00000M

URKH00A346

URKH00A322

URKH00A322

URKH00A347

URKH00A342

URKH00R346

URKH00R322

URKH00R322

URKH00R347

URKH00R342

Tab. 17.a

Fig. 17.a

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Exploded of the cylinder 2-4 kg/h ( 4.4 - 8.8 lbs/h)

n.

description

1 NTC probe

2 NTC well

3 PTC probe wire terminals

4 Terminal fastening bracket

5 Power connection protection cover

6 Cylinder cover

8 Cylinder gasket

10 Cylinder cover locking clamp

7 PTC probe

9 Heating elements: with antiadherent fi lm without antiadherent fi lm

208V

230V

208V

230V

11 cylinder

12 fi lter, ring nut and pipe union

13

Gasket kit

Spare Parts Code

UR002

URKNTC0000

UR004

URKNTCCAS2

URKTB00000

URK0000022

URKCOPC00S

URKG100000

URKBR00000

URKPTCS000

URKH00A348

URKH00A348

URKH00R348

URKH00R348

URKH00A349

URKH00A349

URKH00P349

URKH00P349

URKB040000

UEKF000000

URKG00000M

Tab.le17.b

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Fig. 17.b

Exploded of the cylinder 20-27-40-60 kg/h 44.1-59.5-88.1-132.3 lbs/h )

Spare Parts Code

UR020 n.

description

1 Heating element protection

2 PTC probe

UR027 UR040

----

URKPTCL000

3 PTC probe wire terminals

4 Cylinder cover

5 Anti-foaming system

6 Heating element assembly

7 Cylinder gasket

8 Heating element with antiadherent fi lm 208V

230V

400V without antiadherent fi lm

460V

575V

208V

230V

400V

460V

575V

9 Heating element centring spring

10 Cylinder

11 NTC probe

12 Use fi lter

13 Use fl ange

14 Pump fastening braket

15 Drain pump

Gasket kit

UR060

URKTB00000 URKTB00000 URKTB00000 URKTB00000

URKCOP4000 URKCOP4000 URKCOP4000 URKCOP6000

---

URKG400000

6 x

URKH00A382

URKFS00000

--

URKG400000

--

URKG400000

6 x

URKH00A383

6 x

--

URKG600000

9 x

URKH00A381

URKH00A381

URKH00A382

URKH00A382 URKH00A387 URKH00A387

URKH00A390

URKH00A389

URKH00A386

URKH00A385

URKH00R382

URKH00R381

URKH00R381

URKH00A381

URKH00A380

URKH00R383

URKH00R382

URKH00R382

URKH00A390

URKH00A389

URKH00R387

URKH00R386

URKH00R385

URKH00R381

URKH00R380

URKB270000

URKH00R390

URKH00R389

----

URKB400000

URKNTC0000

URKF0000XL

URKFLAN000

URKFLAN000

KITPSR0000

URKG0000XL

URKH00R387

URKH00R390

URKH00R389

URKB600000

URKG000XXL

Table17.c

Fig. 17.c

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17.a Maintenance of the other plumbing components

IMPORTANT WARNINGS: do not use detergents or solvents to clean the plastic components. To remove the deposits use a 20% acetic acid solution, then rinse thoroughly with water.

Water parts ur 2-10kg/h ( 4.4 - 22 lbs/h) n.

description

1

2 tank

Supply pipe

3

4

Fill electrovalve

Level control:

4a sensor cap

4b o-ring

4c sensor fl oating

6

7

8

4d sensor pipe

4e control board

5 Drain electrovalve

A/D manifold (fi ll - drain)

Drain pipe

Overfl ow pipe

Spare part codes

UR002 to UR004 UR006 to UR010

URKT00000S

UEKVASC000

URKT00000M

KITVC00006

URKSL00004

KITVC0012

URKDRAIN00

URKT00000S

URKDRAIN00

URKT00000M

Table 17.d

Fig. 17.d

Water parts ur 20-27-40-60 kg/h

( 44.1-59.5-88.1-132.3 lbs/h )

Spare part codes n.

description

1

2

3

Overfl ow pipe

Drain column

Supply pipe

4 Level control:

4a Sensor cap

4b o-ring

4c sensor fl oating

4d sensor pipe

4e control board

5 Drain pump

6 Fill electrovalve

7 Drain tank

UR020

URKT0000XL

--

UR027 UR040

URKDC00000

URKT0000XL URKT000XXL

URKSL00004

KITPSR0000

KITVC00040

---

UR060

URKT000XXL

KITVC00100

--

Table 17.e

• Fill electrovalve (Fig. 17.d, part. no. 3 - Fig. 17.e, part. no. 6)

After having disconnected the cables and the pipe, remove the electrovalve and check the state of the inlet fi lter, cleaning it if necessary using water and a soft brush.

• Supply and drain manifold (Fig. 17.d, part. no. 6)

Check that there are no solid residues at the cylinder coupling; remove any impurities.

Check that the O-ring is not damaged or cracked; replace it if necessary.

• Drain electrovalve / drain pump (Fig. 17.d, part. no. 5 – Fig. 17.e, part. no.5)

Disconnect the power cables, remove the bobbin and remove the valve block after having unscrewed the two fastening screws from the manifold; remove any impurities and rinse; as regards the pump it is suffi cient to screw the clamping screw and remove possible impurities;

• Fill tank (Fig. 17.d, part. no. 1)

Check that there are no blockages or solid particles and that the conductivity measuring electrodes are clean, remove any impurities and rinse.

• Supply, fi ll, overfi ll pipe (Fig. 17.a, part. no.2-8 – Fig. 17.e, part. no. 3-1)

Check that they are free and do not contain any impurities; remove any impurities and rinse.

• Level control (Fig. 17.d, part. no.4 – Fig. 17.e, part. no. 4)

The level control must be released from the partition wall of the cabinet. Disconnect the connector from the terminals of the electronic board, take off the connection pipes. Release the spacers and the board, then take off the caps. Check that the o-rings are not damaged or cracked; replace them if necessary.

Check the cleanliness and free sliding of the two fl oat switches.

Clean all the components and reassemble and replace the device.

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Fig. 17.e

Carefully check that the connection pipes are properly fi tted and that they are not blocked or choked at any point.

IMPORTANT WARNING: after having replaced or checked the plumbing components, check that the connections have been carried out correctly, with their corresponding seals. Re-start the machine and run through a number of fi ll and drain cycles (from 2 to 4), at the end of which, applying the safety procedure, check for any water leaks.

17.2 Replacing the components

17.2.1 Non-stick fi lm

If requested as an option, the internal wall of the cylinder is lined with a non-stick fi lm to avoid lime being deposited on the internal walls of the cylinder. To clean or replace the fi lm, remove the cylinder following the procedure described in Maintenance of the cylinder-cylinder and then:

• slowly remove the fi lm towards the mouth of the cylinder, without forcing it to avoid damage;

• open the fi lm after having released the click-on couplings;

• clean the fi lm with water and a plastic spatula if necessary; replace the fi lm if damaged;

• wind the fi lm around itself, reinserting the click-on couplings, and place it into the cylinder after the latter has been carefully cleaned and freed from deposits.

17.2.2 Elements

To replace the elements remove the cylinder following the procedure described in Maintenance of the cylinder-cylinder and loosen the fastening nuts from the threaded spigots of the elements.

Before reassembling the elements, check the state of the gaskets and replace them if necessary.

17.2.3 PTC overtemperature sensor

The PTC sensors (one for each heating element) do not require regular maintenance; they should only be replaced if the safety thermostat is activated due to operation without water: in fact, the intervention of just one PTC will cause the control module to shut-down operation.

To replace the sensors, remove the cylinder following the procedure described in Maintenance of the cylinder-cylinder and then:

• disconnect the PTC sensor terminals (see Fig.: 7.p.a to 7.p.n);

• remove the electrical elements corresponding to the sensors being replaced;

• unscrew the PTC sensor (fi g. 17.a, part. no. 7 or Fig. 17.b part. no. 7 or Fig. 17.c part. no. 2) using a spanner on the hexagonal spigot, accessible from the under side of the cover;

• reassemble a new PTC sensor, replacing the o-ring and screwing it tight; reconnect the terminals;

• reposition the electric heating elements, making sure the PTC sensor enters into the corresponding sheath in the aluminium casting.

17.2.4 NTC temperature sensor (version with type H or T control module only)

As for the PTC sensors, the NTC sensor controlling the water temperature does not require regular maintenance.

To replace this sensor, remove the cylinder following the procedure described in Maintenance of the cylinder-cylinder and then:

• disconnect the terminals of the NTC sensor (see Fig.: 7.p.a to 7.p.n);

• remove the sensor from the well housed in the measuring sheath (fi g. 17.a part. no. 2, or Fig. 17.b part. no. 1, or Fig. 17.d part. no. 11);

• reposition and connect the new sensor in the place of the old one.

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17.2.5 Fuses (uxiliary circuit)

These measure 10.3 x 38mm and are housed in the fuse cartridge; to check the state of the fuses, check their continuity using a tester.

Use the types of fuses indicated in table 17.e.

fuses 1 and 2 transformer power supply

fuses 3 pump protection (on humidifi ers from 20 to 60kg/h) (44.1 to

132.3 lbs/h)

Fuse 4 transformer secondary

models

UR002 UR004 UR006 - 1~* UR006 -3~** UR010 UR020 UR027 UR040 UR060

All fast blow and capacity 1 A, GL, 10,3x38 contained in fuse carrier on Omega rail

1 A GL , 10,3x38 FAST

2,5 A,T 5x20 in pottery

Table 17.f

*: single-phase **: three-phase

17.2.6 Load protection fuses (humidifi ers UR027 at 208-230 V, UR060 at 460 V)

Dimension of the fuses 27x60 mm rapid, housed in fuse carrier bases that can be selected. Check their continuity using a tester.

fuses F5, F6, F7 fuses F8, F9, F10

UR027

40 A, GG

40 A, GG

UR060

35 A, GG

50 A, GG

Table 17.g

17.2.7 Solid state relays (version with type H or T control module only)

The solid-state relays (one in the single-phase unit, two in the three-phase unit) can malfunction in one of two ways: by short-circuit or burn-out. The respective consequences for the supply of power are: continuous conduction or permanent opening.

In the event of malfunctioning, check the conduction of the relay using a tester.

For the replacement of the solid-state relay:

• turn the humidifi er off;

• open the disconnection switch in the power line (safety procedure);

• disconnect the power and auxiliary cables from the solid-state relay terminal block;

• remove the relay from the electrical panel by using a screwdriver to lower the fastening lever to the omega guide;

• replace the new relay on the omega guide and reconnect the wires as before.

17.2.8 Cooling fan and circuit breaker (version with type H or T control module only)

The SSR relays are cooled by a fan placed in the upper part, on the right side of the machine for the

20-60kg/h (44-132.2lbr/h) models, or placed on the base of the humidifi er for the models up to 10kg/h

(22lbr/h).

With insuffi cient ventilation the temperature of the electrical panel may rise excessively until, reaching

65°C, power to the solid-state relays is cut by a special Klixon (heat sensor, used in this application as circuit breaker - hereafter: circuit breaker), with manual reset (indicated by S2 in the wiring diagram) and without an activation signal. In this case, check:

• Whether the thermoprotective placed in the din rail near to the SSR relays has been working, or placed in front of the baffl e pressing the reset button (see Fig. 17.f);

• that the fan power board, fi tted in front of the baffl e, is powered (input terminals: 24 Vac) and in turn powers the fan (output terminals: 24 Vdc), (only for models up to).

If the fan is faulty:

- in the models up to 10 Kg/h (22 lbs/h):

• remove the baffl e, after having unscrewed the two side nuts for fastening to the partition of the appliance;

In case of malfunction, the thermoprotective can be replaced unscrewing the fastening screws;

- in the 20-27-40-60 Kg/h

( 44.1-59.5-88.1-132.3 lbs/h )

models:

• unscrew the 4 fastening screws placed on the right side of the structural work and extract the fan from the inside of the panel.

In case of malfunction, the thermoprotective can be replaced removing the polycarbonate transparent protection of the solid state relays and unscrewing the fastening screws.

Key:

1

2

3

4

Klixon (thermoprotective - where fi tted) solid state relay (SSR) (where fi tted) fan (where fi tted) heatsink

1

2

3

1

3

4

2

Fig. 17.f

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17.3 Spare parts

Models UR002 UR004 UR006 - 1~* UR006 - 3~** UR010 UR020 UR027 UR040 UR060

plumbing

humidifi er gasket kit

Cylinder gasket kit

cylinder cover kit boiler cover locking bracket

cylinder fi lter kit

URKG00000M URKG00000M URKG00000M URKG00000M URKG00000M

URKG100000 URKG100000 URKG100000 URKG100000 URKG100000

URKG0000XL

URKG400000

URKG0000XL

URKG400000

URKG0000XL URKG000XXL

URKG400000 URKG600000

URKCOPC00S URKCOPC00S URKCOPC00M URKCOPC00M URKCOPC00M URKCOP4000 URKCOP4000 URKCOP4000 URKCOP6000

URKBR00000 URKBR00000 URKBR00000 URKBR00000 URKBR00000

UEKF000000 UEKF000000 UEKF000000 UEKF000000 UEKF000000 URKF0000XL

URKFLAN000

URKF0000XL

URKFLAN000

URKF0000XL

URKFLAN000

URKF0000XL

URKFLAN000

Tefl on-coated heating elements

208 V

230 V

400 V

460 V

575 V

non-Tefl on heating elements

208 V

230 V

400 V

460 V

575 V

cylinder fastening strap

steel cylinder

fi ll tank

drain electrovalve kit

drain pump kit

drain pipe kit

fi ll valve

internal pipe kit level control with sensor

non-stick fi lm

external terminal covering

URKH00A348

URKH00A348

URKH00A349

URKH00A349

URKH00R348

URKH00R348

URKH00R349

URKH00R349

URKH00R347

URKH00R320

URKH00R347

URKH00R320

URKH00R320

URKH00R346

URKH00R322

URKH00R322

URKH00R344

URKH00R341

URKH00P347

URKH00R342

URKBLOCK00 URKBLOCK00 URKBLOCK00 URKBLOCK00 URKBLOCK00

URKB040000 URKB040000 URKB100000 URKB100000 URKB100000

UEKVASC000 UEKVASC000 UEKVASC000 UEKVASC000 UEKVASC000

URKDRAIN00 URKDRAIN00 URKDRAIN00 URKDRAIN00 URKDRAIN00

KITVC00006

URKT00000S

KITVC00006

URKT00000S

URKSL00004 URKSL00004

URKBAG0400 URKBAG0400

URKTI04000 URKTI04000

URKH00A347

URKH00A320

URKH00A347

URKH00A320

URKH00A320

URKH00A344

URKH00A341

URKH00A346

URKH00A322

URKH00A322

URKH00A347

URKH00A342

KITVC00012 KITVC00012 KITVC00012

URKT00000M URKT00000M URKT00000M

URKSL00004

URKBAG1000

URKTI10000

URKSL00004

URKBAG1000

URKTI10000

URKSL00004

URKBAG1000

URKTI10000

URKH00A382 URKH00A383

URKH00A381 URKH00A382

URKH00A381 URKH00A382

URKH00A386 URKH00A381

URKH00A387

URKH00A390

URKH00A387

URKH00A390

URKH00A385 URKH00A380 URKH00A389 URKH00A389

URKH00R382

URKH00R381

URKH00R381

URKH00R386

URKH00R385

---

URKB270000

---

--

KITPSR0000

URKT0000XL

KITVC00040

URKT0000XL

URKSL00004

---

URKTI27000

URKH00R383

URKH00R382

URKH00R382

URKH00R381

URKH00R380

--

URKB270000

--

--

KITPSR0000

URKT0000XL

KITVC00040

URKT0000XL

URKSL00004

--

URKTI27000

URKH00R387 URKH00R387

URKH00R390 URKH00R390

URKH00R389 URKH00R389

---

URKB400000 URKB600000

--

--

KITPSR0000

URKT000XXL

--

--

KITPSR0000

URKT000XXL

KITVC00040

URKT000XXL

URKSL00004

--

URKTI40000

KITVC00100

URKT000XXL

URKSL00004

--

URKTI60000

electrical parts contactor

voltage 208 V

230 V

400 V

460 V

575 V

URKCONT100 URKCONT100 URKCONT100 URKCONT100 URKCONT100 URKCONT400 URKCONT400

URKCONT300

URKCONT100 URKCONT100 URKCONT200 URKCONT200 URKCONT200 URKCONT300

URKCONT100 URKCONT100 URKCONT200 URKCONT200 URKCONT400 URKCONT300

URKCONT100 URKCONT100 URKCONT200 URKCONT200 URKCONT200 URKCONT300

URKCONT500 URKCONT500 URKCONT500 URKCONT500 Auxiliary contact

power supply transformer

voltage

fuse carrier

voltage

230 - 400 V URKTR10000 URKTR10000 URKTR10000 URKTR10000 URKTR10000 URKTR40000 URKTR40000 URKTR40000 URKTR40000

208 - 208 - URKTR20000 URKTR20000 URKTR20000 URKTR20000 URKTR20000 URKTR30000 URKTR30000 URKTR30000 URKTR30000

460 - 575 V

460 V

208-230 V

URKFH10000 URKFH10000 URKFH10000 URKFH10000 URKFH10000 URKFH20000 URKFH20000

URKFH30000

URKFH20000 URKFH20000

URKFH30000

fuses

F1, F2

F3

208-230 V

400V

460-575 V

400V

208-230-

460-575 V

URKFUSE100 URKFUSE100 URKFUSE100 URKFUSE100

URKFUSE300

URKFUSE100

URKFUSE100

URKFUSE300

URKFUSE100

URKFUSE200

URKFUSE300

URKFUSE100

URKFUSE300

URKFUSE400

URKFUSE200

URKFUSE300

URKFUSE100

URKFUSE300

URKFUSE400

URKFUSE300 URKFUSE300

URKFUSE100 URKFUSE100

URKFUSE300 URKFUSE300

URKFUSE400 URKFUSE400

F4

F5, F6, F7, F8, F9, F10

F5, F6, F7

F8, F9, F10 from 40 A

(208-230V) from 35 A

(460V ) from 50 A

(460V)

URKFUSE500 URKFUSE500 URKFUSE500

URKFUSE700

URKFUSE500

URKFUSE600

URKFUSE800 fan

Motor protector

URKFANS000 URKFANS000 URKFANS000 URKFANS000 URKFANS000 URKFANL000

THP00A0000 THP00A0000 THP00A0000 THP00A0000 THP00A0000

URKNTCCAS2 URKNTCCAS2 URKNTCCAS1 URKNTCCAS1 URKNTCCAS1

THP00A0000

URKKL00000

URKFANL000

THP00A0000

URKKL00000

URKFANL000 URKFANL000

THP00A0000 THP00A0000

URKKL00000 URKKL00000

socket for pre-heater probe

electronic parts

version C control module

version H control module

version T control module

main control board

fl at connection cable fan and SSR motorprotector

URI0000000

59C460A003

URKKL10000

URI000000i

59C460A003

URKKL10000

URCxxvppri (for further information see the CAREL instruction sheet code +050003700)

URHxxvppri (for further information see the CAREL instruction sheet code +050003700)

URSxxvppri (for further information see the CAREL instruction sheet code +050003700)

URI000000i URI000000i URI000000i URI000000i URI000000i

59C460A003

URKKL10000

59C460A003

URKKL10000

59C460A003

URKKL10000

59C486A003

URKKL10000

59C486A003

URKKL10000

URI000000i

59C486A003

URKKL10000

URI000000i

59C486A003

URKKL10000 boiler motorprotector

fan circuit breaker

fan control board

solid state relay

6132702AXX

URKCFAN000

6132702AXX

URKCFAN000

6132702AXX

URKCFAN000

6132702AXX

URKCFAN000

6132702AXX

URKCFAN000

URKKL00000

6132702AXX

URKKL00000

6132702AXX

URKKL00000 URKKL00000

6132702AXX 6132702AXX

208 V

230 V

400 V

460 V

URKSSR1000

URKSSR1000

URKSSR1000

URKSSR1000

URKSSR1000

URKSSR1000

URKSSR1000

URKSSR1000

URKSSR2000

URKSSR2000

URKSSR1000

URKSSR1000

URKSSR1000

URKSSR1000

URKSSR2000

URKSSR1000

URKSSR1000

URKSSR1000

URKSSR3000

URKSSR3000

URKSSR3000

URKSSR3000

URKSSR3000

URKSSR3000

URKSSR3000

URKSSR3000

URKSSR3000

URKSSR3000

URKSSR3000

URKSSR3000

575 V URKSSR1000 URKSSR1000 URKSSR3000 URKSSR3000 URKSSR3000 URKSSR3000

PTC probe ( res. without antiadherent fi lm) URKPTCS000 URKPTCS000 URKPTCS000 URKPTCS000 URKPTCS000 URKPTCL000 URKPTCL000 URKPTCL000 URKPTCL000

NTC probe ( res. with antiadherent fi lm) URKNTC0000 URKNTC0000 URKNTC0000 URKNTC0000 URKNTC0000 URKNTC0000 URKNTC0000 URKNTC0000 URKNTC0000

Table 17.h

*: single-phase **: three-phase

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17.4 Disposal of the parts of the humidifi er

The humidifi er is made up of metallic and plastic parts, refer to Figs. 2.a e 14.b. All these parts must be disposed of according to the local standards regarding product waste disposal.

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