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PARAGON
Compact comfort module for hotels and hospital wards
QUICK FACTS
○○ Cooling, heating and ventilation
○○ Low installation height
Airflow
range:
Pressure
range:
○○ Simple Installation
○○ Closed system
○○ Flexible airflow (VariFlow)
○○ Adjustable air direction ADC and adjustable grille
louvres
○○ CCO valve for maximum capacity
Heating
capacity:
l/s
m3/h
Pa
W
W
9 - 77
32 - 278
50 - 200
Upp till 2820
Upp till 4580
○○ High capacity
○○ Built-in control equipment
Cooling capacity
total:
Size
Lengths: mm
775, 900, 1100, 1300, 1500
Widths: mm
Heights: mm
765
220
PARAGON
Contents
Technical description........................................... 3
PARAGON in a nutshell................................................ 3
Outstanding features of the PARAGON ....................... 4
Basic function diagram................................................. 5
Control equipment....................................................... 8
CONDUCTOR.............................................................. 8
CCO............................................................................ 9
LUNA .......................................................................... 9
Sizing.................................................................. 10
Project planning......................................................... 10
Cooling ......................................................................11
Heating..................................................................... 15
Acoustics................................................................... 19
Accessories......................................................... 20
Accessories – Supply air............................................. 21
Accessories - Return air.............................................. 21
Factory-fitted accessories........................................... 24
Installation......................................................... 25
To connect the feed-back control equipment............. 26
Dimensions and weights................................... 27
Connection on the right hand side –R,
for variant HC, NC and CCO....................................... 28
Connection on the left hand side –L,
for variant HC, NC and CCO....................................... 29
Dimensions, accessories............................................. 30
Ordering key...................................................... 33
Specification, PARAGON............................................ 33
PARAGON delivery demarcation................................ 33
The PARAGON ordering key....................................... 33
Available to order, kit and accessories........................ 34
Ordering Key, Accessory kit........................................ 34
Ordering Key, Accessories.......................................... 35
Specification text............................................... 35
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Technical description
Comfort module PARAGON
PARAGON is the name of a new family of compact
comfort modules especially designed for use in hotels and
hospitals.
PARAGON provides high cooling/heating capacity
through optimal utilisation of its cooling/heating coil
already while the air pressure and airflows are low. At the
same time, the installation height of the product is kept
at an absolute minimum which enables maximum room
height in e.g. the entrance to a hotel room.
Figure 1. PARAGON
PARAGON in a nutshell
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P lug & Play
Factory-installed controls
Low sound level
Draught-free indoor climate
No fan in the room
Dry system without condensation
No need for any drainage system
No filter
Requires minimal maintenance
Low energy consumption
Flexible adjustment of the air volume (VariFlow)
Guaranteed comfort through flexible adjustment of the
direction of air discharge (ADC)
• Can ordered with or without grille.
• CCO valve for maximum capacity
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Design
The PARAGON is available in the following variants:
Variant A:
Ventilation, waterborne cooling.
Variant B: Ventilation, waterborne cooling and heating from a coil.
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Outstanding features of the PARAGON comfort module
The PARAGON has been developed for the purpose of creating an optimal indoor climate mainly in hotel rooms and
hospital wards. Strong focus has been directed on a high degree of comfort as well as low running costs in these
applications. Since the PARAGON is driven by a central air handling unit, there is no built-in fan that would otherwise
generate noise and require servicing.
The Paragon product family includes the following variants:
PARAGON c B-NC
Normal capacity Paragon with 4 tube coil, that is separate cooling and heating coils
PARAGON c B-HC CCO
Paragon B-HC CCO is a high capacity variant of Paragon where a CCO valve Compact Change Over is used to utilise the whole coil
of both cooling and heating.
Advantages:
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Compact PARAGON unit with high output means simpler project planning.
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Smaller units can be used. Lower investment cost and less space needed.
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Faster conditioning of a room that has been left empty. High and consistent comfort
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Permits a higher cooling water temperature and lower heating water temperature, which gives lower operating costs for the
chiller and heat pump, i.e. less environmental impact.
Room control system CONDUCTOR is used to control the CCO valve. For more information about the CCO valve, see the CCO product data sheet at www.swegon.se
PARAGON c A-HC
High capacity Paragon for cooling only. The capacity of the heat exchanger is utilised optimally by maximising the cooling circuit
through the coil.
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Lower energy consumption gives a lower operating cost and with that less environment impact.
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A smaller Paragon unit than before can be used, which results in a lower investment cost and more space for other installations
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The high output gives faster cooling of hotel rooms that have stood empty.
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Basic function diagram
PARAGON
Hotel & Hospital
The primary air is supplied via duct connection in the rear
edge of the unit and this builds up positive pressure inside
the unit. The positive pressure distributes the primary air
with relatively high velocity via two rows of nozzle holes,
one row in the upper edge and one row in the lower
edge of the outlet. The high velocity of the primary air
creates negative pressure which generates induction of
the room air. The recirculation air is sucked up through
the recirculation grille of the unit and flows on through
the coil where it is cooled, heated, if required, or just
passes untreated, before it mixes with the primary air and
is discharged into the room.
The supply air discharged into hotel rooms and hospital
wards is advantageously distributed as straight as possible by allowing it to follow the ceiling, i.e. utilising the
Coanda effect. This enables the air to reach all the way to
the perimeter wall. If horizontal air distribution is desirable, this is simply achieved by means of the ADC (Anti
Draught Control) feature, which is included as standard
in all PARAGON comfort modules. If vertical air distribution is desirable, this is achieved by setting the outlet grille
vanes to slant upward or downward. If you like, you can
lock the angle setting of the outlet grille using an accessory that secures the vanes in fixed position.
Figure 4 – Air distribution with the PARAGON in a hotel room
Figure 2 – PARAGON cooling function
1 = Primary air
2 = Induced room air
3 = Primary air mixed with chilled room air
Figure 5 – Air distribution with the PARAGON in a hospital ward
Figure 3 – PARAGON heating function (waterborne)
1 = Primary air
2 = Induced room air
3 = Primary air mixed with heated room air
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Figure 6 – Horizontal air distribution with ADC
Figure 8. Vertical air distribution with adjustable louvres in the
supply air grille.
Figure 7. PARAGON ADC
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L
M
Figure 9. Commissioning, nozzle, L
H
Figure 12. Adjustment of nozzles
L, M and H
(The throttling strip for nozzle H has been removed)
Figure 10. Commissioning, nozzle, M
Figure 11. Commissioning, nozzle, H
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Control equipment
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CONDUCTOR
Energy efficient
The control equipment for the PARAGON in the standard
version is based on the CONDUCTOR in order to save on
energy to the fullest possible extent. The CONDUCTOR is
Swegon’s in-house designed controller specially designed
for controlling water-borne and airborne indoor climate
systems.
The W3/W4.1 application demand-controls both the
room temperature and the air quality in the room. When
someone is in the room, the functions of the controller
adapt to provide comfort feed-back control. If no one is
in the room, the controls activate the economy comfort
mode, allowing the room temperature to deviate more
from the preset setpoint. At the same time, the system
reduces the airflow to the relevant room to a minimum in
order to save fan energy. In addition, there are a number
of other functions for both comfort and energy feed-back
control coupled to temperature deviations, open/closed
windows and possible condensation precipitation.
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1
5
CONDUCTOR has been developed as a subsystem in
Swegon’s electrical and control equipment platform. The
GOLD air handling units, used in combination with the
Super WISE communication unit, offer unique opportunities for achieving energy-efficient applications all the way
from the room level and up to the plant room.
The CONDUCTOR communicates via Modbus RTU Main
control systems can access the entire list of parameters for
both reading and writing values.
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1 = Controller
2 = Room controller
3 = CCO valve and actuator (variant HC-B)
4 = Valves and valve actuators for cooling and heating water
(variant B-NC and A-HC)
6 = Pressure sensor
7 = Communication via Modbus RTU
Accessories, if required:
8 = Transformer
9 = Motorised ventilation damper
10 = External temperature sensor
11 = Window contact
12 = Key card holder or presence sensor
Factory-fitted control equipment makes the installation
work simple. All components are accessible via the space
at the rear of the product or via the openable recirculation grille.
The room controller included in the supply communicates
wirelessly or via wired connection to the comfort module
controller. Wireless communication reduces the costs for
running cables. On the other hand, a wired connection
reduces the need for maintenance since the user then
does not need to periodically replace batteries.
For more information regarding the CONDUCTOR, see
separate product data sheet.
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Figure 13. Factory-fitted control equipment CONDUCTOR W4.1
Simple installation and simple maintenance
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5 = Condensation sensor
Communication
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CCO
LUNA
6-way change over valve - CCO
A simpler form of control equipment is available in applications where the user does not want demand-controlled
ventilation in the room and has no need of communication with an external monitoring system. This variant of
control is called the LUNA and regulates the temperature
in the room only (not the air quality). The PARAGON with
factory-fitted LUNA is available to order. Please note that
the controller in this case is integrated into the room unit
and requires a cable connection from the room to the
actuator inside PARAGON. For more information, see the
separate datasheet for the LUNA.
With CCO - Compact Change Over, the same single circuit
in the coil is used for both heating and cooling, providing
maximum utilisation of the coil and thus a higher cooling
and heating capacity.
Advantages:
• A higher cooling water temperature and lower heating
water temperature give improved operating economy
for the chiller and heat pump. Lower energy consumption gives lower operating cost and less environment
impact.
• Smaller PARAGON units can be used. Lower investment cost and less space needed.
• Faster conditioning of a hotel room that has been left
unoccupied/empty. High and consistent comfort.
• Compact unit with high output means simpler project
planning.
LUNA can not be used to control the CCO valve.
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5
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2
6
Figure 15. Factory-fitted control equipment LUNA
1 = Room controller with room thermostat
2 = Valves and valve actuators for cooling and heating water
3 = Condensation sensor
Figure 14. CCO 6-way valve
Accessories, if required:
4 = Transformer
PARAGON, along with the CONDUCTOR room control
system, is the optimum solution for hotel rooms. CONDUCTOR is also used to control the CCO valve.
5 = External temperature sensor
6 = Hand unit for changing the factory settings
When the key card (or equivalent) is activated in the
room, the airflow increases from the economical low flow
to the normal flow, while the temperature adjusts to the
comfort level.
When the room is empty, the ventilation and temperature
return to economic low flow.
In addition to the automatic room control, the guest can
manually adjust the temperature and airflow.
A more basic room control system LUNA can be used
for hospital rooms and the like. The temperature can be
regulated individually in each room, but the airflow is
constant.
For more information about the CCO valve, see the CCO
product data sheet at www.swegon.se
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Sizing
Designations
Recommended limit values, water
P: Capacity (W, kW)
Max. recommended operating pressure
(across coil only):
1600 kPa *
v: Velocity (m/s)
q: Flow (l/s)
Max. recommended test pressure
(across coil only): p: Pressure, (Pa, kPa)
* Applicable without control equipment mounted
tr: Room temperature (°C)
Max. recommended pressure drop
across the CCO valve: 20 kPa
Max. recommended pressure drop
across a standard valve: 20 kPa
Min. permissible hot water flow: 0.013 l/s
tm: Mean water temperature (°C)
∆Tm: Temperature difference [tr - tm] (K)
∆T: Temperature difference, between inlet and return (K)
∆Tl: Temperature difference, between room and supply air (K)
∆p: Pressure drop (Pa, kPa)
kp: Pressure drop constant
Supplementary index:
k = cooling, l = air, v = heating, i = commissioning
Project planning
Max. permissible inlet flow temperature: 60 °C
Min. cooling water flow:
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0.04 l/s
Lowest permissible inlet flow temperature: S hould always
be dimensioned so that
the system
works without
condensation
Both planning and sizing are made easier by using Swegon’s ProSelect Project design computer program.
ProSelect is available under software on the Swegon website: www.swegon.com.
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2400 kPa *
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Cooling
Cooling capacity
Cooling capacities achieved from both the primary air and
chilled water for various lengths of unit, damper settings
and airflows are tabulated in Table 1. The total cooling
capacity for one unit is the sum of the cooling capacity of
the primary air and the chilled water.
Diagram 1 – Cooling capacity
The function between cooling capacity Pk (W), change in
temperature∆Tk (K) and the cooling water flow qk (l/s).
The cooling capacity of the primary air can also be calculated using the formula:
Pl = 1.2 · ql · ΔTl where
Pl = Air’s cooling capacity (W)
ql = Airflow (l/s)
∆Tl = Temperature difference (K)
Pressure drop
The pressure drop on the water side can be calculated
using the formula:
Capacity correction
∆p = (q / kpk) 2 where
Different water flows influence the available cooling
effect to a certain degree. To calculate the actual cooling
power based on a flow-dependant correction factor, use
Swegon’s ProSelect computer program, available at www.
swegon.com.
∆p = Pressure drop in the water circuit (kPa)
q = Water flow (l/s), see Diagram 1
kpk = Pressure drop constant read from table 1.
Diagram 2. Water flow – capacity correction
Table 1. Pressure drop, water
NC
HC
HC CCO
Length
Kpk Cooling
Kpk Cooling
Kpk Cooling
775
0.0250
0.0178
0.0178
k
1,10
900
0.0231
0.0170
0.0170
1,05
1100
0.0215
0.0161
0.0161
1,00
1300
0.0205
0.0154
0.0154
1500
0.0194
0.0145
0.0145
0,95
0,90
0,85
NC - Normal design
HC - High Capacity design
HC - High Capacity design with CCO valve
0,80
0,75
0,70
0,03
0,04
0,05
0,06
0,07
0,08
0,09 q (l/s)
Table 2. Cooling capacity for natural convection
Natural convection:
The cooling capacity of water at ∆Tmv
Size
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
775
14
20
26
34
42
51
60
71
900
17
24
32
40
50
61
72
85
1100
22
31
41
53
65
79
94
110
1300
31
42
53
65
79
93
108
124
1500
40
52
64
78
92
107
122
138
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Table 3 – Cooling capacity, NC, 100 Pa
Length
of the
unit
Nozzle
setting
mm
Air flow
Sound
level 1)
Cooling capacity, water (W) at ∆Tmk 2)
Cooling capacity,
primary air (W)∆Tl
Pressure
drop constant, air
l/s
m3 /h
dB(A)
6
8
10
12
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
kpl
43
<20
86
115
144
173
286
333
380
427
474
520
567
1.2
775
L
L
12
775
M
M
15.4
55
24
111
148
185
222
310
361
413
464
515
567
618
1.54
775
H
H
27
97
29
194
259
324
389
368
429
490
551
611
672
732
2.7
900
L
L
14.4
52
<20
104
138
173
207
343
400
456
512
569
625
681
1.44
900
M
M
18.5
67
25
133
178
222 266
372
434
496
557
619
681
742
1.85
900
H
H
32.4
117
30
233
311
389 467
442
515
588
661
734
807
880
3.24
1100
L
L
18.6
67
20
134
179
223 268
448
522
595
668
742
815
888
1.86
1100
M
M
23.9
86
26
172
229 287 344
485
566
646
727
807
888
968
2.39
1100
H
H
41.9
151
31
302
402 503 603
577
672
768
863
958
1053
1147
4.19
1300
L
L
22.2
80
21
160
213
266
320
552
643
734
824
915
1005 1096
2.22
1300
M
M
28.5
103
27
205
274
342
410
599
698
797
897
996
1095
2.85
1194
1300
H
H
50
180
32
360
480 600 720
712
829
947
1064
1181
1298
1415
5
1500
L
L
19.7
71
<20
142
189 236 284
553
645
736
828
920
1011
1103
1.97
1500
M
M
34.3
123
26
247
329
412
494
663
772
881
990
1098 1206
1314
3.43
1500
H
H
54.6
197
32
393
524
655
786
743
866
989
1112
1235
1481
5.46
1358
Table 4 – Cooling capacity, NC, 150 Pa
Length
of the
unit
Nozzle
setting
mm
Air flow
Sound
level 1)
Cooling capacity, water (W) at ∆Tmk 2)
Cooling capacity,
primary air (W)∆Tl
Pressure
drop constant, air
l/s
m3 /h
dB(A)
6
8
10
12
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
kpl
53
24
106
141
176
212
335
389
444
498
552
606
660
1.2
775
L
L
14.7
775
M
M
18.9
68
30
136
181
226
272
361
421
480
540
599
659
718
1.54
775
H
H
33.1
119
35
238
317
397
476
421
491
560
629
699
768
837
2.7
900
L
L
17.6
63
25
127
169
212
254
402
468
533
598
663
728
792
1.44
900
M
M
22.7
82
31
163
218
272
326
434
505
577
648
720
791
863
1.85
900
H
H
39.7
143
36
286
381
476
571
506
589
673
756
839
922
1005
3.24
1100
L
L
22.8
82
26
164
219
273
328
525
610
695
780
865
949
1033
1.86
1100
M
M
29.3
105
32
211
281
351
422
566
659
753
846
939
1032
1125
2.39
1100
H
H
51.3
185
37
369
493
616
739
660
769
878
986
1094
1203
1311
4.19
1300
L
L
27.2
98
27
196
261
326
392
647
752
857
962
1066
1170
1274
2.22
335
1300
M
M
34.9
126
33
251
419
503
698
813
928
1043
1158
1273
1388
2.85
1300
H
H
61.2
220
38
441 588 735
882
814
948
1082
1216
1350
1483
1617
5
1500
L
L
24.1
87
23
174
347
637
745
852
960
1068
1176
1284
1.97
1500
M
M
42.0
151
32
302 403 504
605
765
890
1016
1141
1266
1390
1515
3.43
1500
H
H
66.9
241
38
481 642 802
963
845
985
1124
1264
1403
1542
1681
5.46
232 290
1) The specified sound level is applicable to connection without damper or with fully open damper. In other cases where the airflow
is demand-controlled with motor-driven dampers, the required data can be read from Swegon’s ProSelect sizing program. Room
attenuation = 4 dB
2) The specified capacities are based on a complete unit including standard distribution and recirculation grille. Without grille the
water capacity increases by approx. 5%. With ADC adjusted to Fan shape you lose approx. 5% in water capacity. The primary air
capacity is not affected.
NOTE! The total cooling capacity is the sum of the airborne and waterborne cooling capacities.
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Table 5 – Cooling capacity, NC, 200 Pa
Length
of the
unit
Nozzle
setting
mm
Air flow
Sound
level 1)
Cooling capacity, primary air (W)∆Tl
Cooling capacity, water (W) at ∆Tmk 2)
Pressure
drop constant, air
l/s
m3 /h
dB(A)
6
8
10
12
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
kpl
17.0
61
28
122
163
204
244
370
429
489
548
607
666
725
1.2
775
L
L
775
M
M
21.8
78
34
157
209
261
314
398
463
528
594
659
724
789
1.54
775
H
H
38.2
137
40
275
367 458
550
459
534
610
685
761
836
911
2.7
900
L
L
20.4
73
29
147
196 244
293
444
516
587
658
730
800
871
1.44
900
M
M
26.2
94
35
188
251
314
377
477
556
635
713
792
870
948
1.85
900
H
H
45.8
165
40
330 440 550
660
551
642
733
823
913
1004
1094
3.24
1100
L
L
26.3
95
30
189
253
316
379
579
673
766
859
952
1044
1136
1.86
1100
M
M
33.8
122
36
243
324 406
487
623
725
828
930
1033
1135
1237
2.39
1100
H
H
59.3
213
42
427
569
711
853
719
837
956
1074
1192
1309
1427
4.19
1300
L
L
31.4
113
31
226
301
377
452
714
830
945
1059
1174
1288
1401
2.22
1300
M
M
40.3
145
37
290 387 484
580
768
895
1021
1147
1273
1399
1525
2.85
1300
H
H
70.7
255
43
509
679 849 1018 887
1033
1179
1324
1470
1615
1760
5
1500
L
L
27.9
100
27
201
267 334
401
697
816
935
1054
1174
1293
1413
1.97
1500
M
M
48.5
175
37
349 466 582
699
837
974
1111
1248
1384
1521
1657
3.43
1500
H
H
77.2
278
42
556
1112
918
1069 1220
1371
1522
1672
1823
5.46
741
927
Table 6 – Cooling capacity, HC, 100 Pa
Length
of the
unit
Nozzle
setting
mm
Air flow
Sound
level 1)
Cooling capacity, water (W) at ∆Tmk 2)
Cooling capacity,
primary air (W)∆Tl
Pressure
drop constant, air
l/s
m3 /h
dB(A)
6
8
10
12
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
kpl
43
<20
86
115
144
173
310
362
414
467
519
571
623
1.2
775
L
L
12
775
M
M
15.4
55
24
111
148
185
222
340
397
454
510
568
625
682
1.54
775
H
H
27
97
29
194
259
324
389
409
478
547
616
685
754
823
2.7
900
L
L
14.4
52
<20
104
138
173
207
373
435
498
560
623
686
748
1.44
900
M
M
18.5
67
25
133
178
222
266
408
476
545
613
682
750
819
1.85
900
H
H
32.4
117
30
233
311
389
467
491
574
657
740
822
905
989
3.24
1100
L
L
18.6
67
20
134
179
223
268
486
568
649
731
813
894
976
1.86
1100
M
M
23.9
86
26
172
229 287
344
532
621
711
800
889
979
1068
2.39
1100
H
H
41.9
151
31
302 402 503
603
641
749
857
965
1073
1181
1289
4.19
1300
L
L
22.2
80
21
160
213
266
320
600
700
801
902
1002
1103
1204
2.22
1300
M
M
28.5
103
27
205
274
342
410
656
766
876
986
1097
1207
1317
2.85
1300
H
H
50
180
32
360 480 600
720
790
923
1056
1190
1323
1457
1590
5
1500
L
L
19.7
71
<20
142
189 236
284
623
727
831
936
1040
1145
1249
1.97
1500
M
M
34.3
123
26
247
329
412
494
745
869
993
1117
1241
1365
1489
3.43
1500
H
H
54.6
197
32
393
524
655
786
859
999
1139
1278
1417
1556
1694
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1) The specified sound level is applicable to connection without damper or with fully open damper. In other cases where the airflow
is demand-controlled with motor-driven dampers, the required data can be read from Swegon’s ProSelect sizing program. Room
attenuation = 4 dB
2) The specified capacities are based on a complete unit including standard distribution and recirculation grille. Without grille the
water capacity increases by approx. 5%. With ADC adjusted to Fan shape you lose approx. 5% in water capacity. The primary air
capacity is not affected.
NOTE! The total cooling capacity is the sum of the airborne and waterborne cooling capacities.
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Table 7 – Cooling capacity, HC, 150 Pa
Length
of the
unit
Nozzle
setting
mm
Air flow
Sound
level 1)
Cooling capacity, water (W) at ∆Tmk 2)
Cooling capacity,
primary air (W)∆Tl
Pressure
drop constant, air
l/s
m3 /h
dB(A)
6
8
10
12
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
kpl
53
24
106
141
176
212
364
426
487
549
611
674
736
1.2
775
L
L
14.7
775
M
M
18.9
68
30
136
181
226
272
395
462
529
596
664
731
798
1.54
775
H
H
33.1
119
35
238
317
397
476
469
549
629
709
790
870
951
2.7
900
L
L
17.6
63
25
127
169
212
254
437
511
586
660
734
809
884
1.44
900
M
M
22.7
82
31
163
218
272
326
475
555
636
716
797
878
959
1.85
900
H
H
39.7
143
36
286 381
476
571
563
659
755
852
948
1045
1142
3.24
1100
L
L
22.8
82
26
164
219
273
328
570
667
764
861
958
1055
1153
1.86
1100
M
M
29.3
105
32
211
281
351
422
619
724
829
934
1040
1145
1251
2.39
1100
H
H
51.3
185
37
369
493
616
739
735
860
985
1111
1237
1363
1490
4.19
1300
L
L
27.2
98
27
196
261
326
392
703
823
942
1062
1181
1302
1422
2.22
1300
M
M
34.9
126
33
251
335
419
503
764
893
1022
1152
1282
1412
1543
2.85
1300
H
H
61.2
220
38
441 588 735
882
906 1060 1215
1370
1526
1682
1838
5
1500
L
L
24.1
87
23
174
232 290
347
730
852
975
1098
1221
1343
1466
1.97
1500
M
M
42.0
151
32
302 403 504
605
869
1013
1157
1301
1445
1588
1732
3.43
1500
H
H
66.9
241
38
481 642 802
963
988
1147
1305 1462
1619
1775
1930
5.46
Table 8 – Cooling capacity, HC, 200 Pa
Length
of the
unit
Nozzle
setting
mm
775
L
L
Air flow
Sound
level 1)
Cooling capacity, primary air (W)∆Tl
l/s
m3 /h
dB(A)
6
17.0
61
28
122
8
10
163 204
Cooling capacity, water (W) at ∆Tmk 2)
Pressure
drop constant, air
12
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
kpl
244
402
471
539
608
677
746
816
1.2
775
M
M
21.8
78
34
157
209
261
314
434
509
583
657
732
806
881
1.54
775
H
H
38.2
137
40
275
367 458
550
511
599
687
775
864
953
1042
2.7
900
L
L
20.4
73
29
147
196 244
293
483
565
648
730
813
897
980
1.44
900
M
M
26.2
94
35
188
251
314
377
522
611
700
789
879
969
1059
1.85
900
H
H
45.8
165
40
330
440 550
660
614
720
825
931
1038
1144
1251
3.24
1100
L
L
26.3
95
30
189
253
316
379
630
737
845
953
1061
1169
1278
1.86
1100
M
M
33.8
122
36
243
324 406
487
681
797
913
1030
1146
1263
1381
2.39
1100
H
H
59.3
213
42
427
569
711
853
801
939
1077
1215
1354
1493
1632
4.19
1300
L
L
31.4
113
31
226
301 377
452
777
909
1042 1175
1309
1442
1576
2.22
1300
M
M
40.3
145
37
290
387 484
580
840
983
1126
1414
1558
1703
2.85
1300
H
H
70.7
255
43
509
679 849 1018
988
1158
1328 1498 1670
1841
2013
5
1500
L
L
27.9
100
27
201
267 334
401
806
941
1077
1485
1621
1.97
1500
M
M
48.5
175
37
349
466 582
699
957
1116
1273 1431 1589
1500
H
H
77.2
278
42
556
741
1112 1081 1252 1423 1593
927
1270
1213
1349
1762
1746
1904
3.43
1930
2098
5.46
1) The specified sound level is applicable to connection without damper or with fully open damper. In other cases where the airflow
is demand-controlled with motor-driven dampers, the required data can be read from Swegon’s ProSelect sizing program. Room
attenuation = 4 dB
2) The specified capacities are based on a complete unit including standard distribution and recirculation grille. Without grille the
water capacity increases by approx. 5%. With ADC adjusted to Fan shape you lose approx. 5% in water capacity. The primary air
capacity is not affected.
NOTE! The total cooling capacity is the sum of the airborne and waterborne cooling capacities.
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Heating
Pressure drop
The pressure drop on the water side can be calculated
using the formula:
∆p = (q / kpv) 2 where
Diagram 3 - Heating capacity
The function between the heating capacity P v (W), the
change in temperature ∆Tv (K) and the hot water flow qv
(l/s).
∆p = Pressure drop in the water circuit (kPa)
q = Water flow (l/s), see Diagram 3
kpk = Pressure drop constant read from table 9.
For a more detailed pressure drop calculation, use the
Swegon’s ProSelect software, which is available on
www.swegon.com.
Table 9. Pressure drop, water
NC
HC
HC CCO
Length
kpv Heating
kpv Heating
775
0.0385
0.0189
900
0.0372
0.0181
1100
0.0348
0.0171
1300
0.0329
0.0163
1500
0.0311
0.0156
NC - Normal design
HC CCO - High Capacity design with CCO valve
Table 10 - Heating capacity for natural convection
Heat output at ∆Tmv [K ] (W)
Length
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
775
19
44
73
104
137
172
208
900
22
53
87
125
165
207
250
1100
23
56
96
140
188
240
294
1300
23
60
105
156
212
273
338
1500
23
63
113
171
236
307
383
Capacity correction
Different water flow rates to some extent have an effect
on the heating capacity output. In order to calculate the
actual heating capacity based on a flow-dependant correction factor, use Swegon’s ProSelect software, which is
available from www.swegon.com.
Diagram 4. Water flow – capacity correction
k
1,10
1,05
1,00
0,95
0,90
0,85
0,80
0,75
0,70
0,02
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0,03
0,04
0,05
0,06
0,07
0,08 q (l/s)
Swegon reserves the right to alter specifications.
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Table 11 – Heating capacity, NC, 100 Pa
Length of
the unit
Nozzle setting
mm
Air flow
The heating capacity, water (W) at ∆Tmv
Sound
level 1)
Pressure drop
constant, air
l/s
m3/h
dB(A)
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
kpl
775
L
L
12
43
<20
126
258
392
528
665
803
941
1.2
775
M
M
15.4
55
24
133
272
413
556
700
845
990
1.54
775
H
H
27
97
29
154
315
478
644
812
980
1149
2.7
900
L
L
14.4
52
<20
151
309
471
634
798
964
1131
1.44
900
M
M
18.5
67
25
160
327
497
668
841
1014
1189
1.85
900
H
H
32.4
117
30
185
378
575
774
975
1177
1381
3.24
1100
L
L
18.6
67
20
197
404
614
827
1041
1257
1475
1.86
1100
M
M
23.9
86
26
209
427
648
871
1096
1323
1551
2.39
1100
H
H
41.9
151
31
241
493
750
1009
1271
1535
1801
4.19
1300
L
L
22.2
80
21
243
498
757
1020
1284
1551
1819
2.22
1300
M
M
28.5
103
27
258
526
799
1075
1352
1632
1913
2.85
1300
H
H
50
180
32
297
608
925
1245
1568
1894
2221
5
1500
L
L
19.7
71
<20
249
513
782
1056
1332
1610
1891
1.97
1500
M
M
34.3
123
26
290
595
906
1220
1537
1856
2177
3.43
1500
H
H
54.6
197
32
312
646
988
1337
1689
2045
2403
5.46
Table 12 – Heating capacity, NC, 150 Pa
Length of
the unit
Nozzle setting
mm
Air flow
l/s
m3/h
The heating capacity, water (W) at ∆Tmv
Sound
level 1
dB(A)
5
10
15
20
25
Pressure drop
constant, air
30
35
kpl
775
L
L
14.7
53
24
142
291
442
595
748
903
1059
1.2
775
M
M
18.9
68
30
149
305
463
624
785
948
1112
1.54
775
H
H
33.1
119
35
167
345
527
712
900
1089
1279
2.7
900
L
L
17.6
63
25
171
349
531
714
899
1085
1272
1.44
900
M
M
22.7
82
31
179
366
557
749
943
1139
1335
1.85
900
H
H
39.7
143
36
201
414
633
855
1080
1308
1536
3.24
1100
L
L
22.8
82
26
223
456
692
932
1173
1415
1659
1.86
1100
M
M
29.3
105
32
233
478
726
977
1231
1486
1742
2.39
1100
H
H
51.3
185
37
262
540
826
1116
1409
1706
2004
4.19
1300
L
L
27.2
98
27
275
562
854
1149
1446
1746
2046
2.22
1300
M
M
34.9
126
33
288
589
895
1205
1518
1832
2148
2.85
1300
H
H
61.2
220
38
323
666
1019
1376
1738
2104
2472
5
1500
L
L
24.1
87
23
282
582
889
1201
1517
1835
2156
1.97
1500
M
M
42.0
151
32
324
665
1013
1365
1720
2078
2439
3.43
1500
H
H
66.9
241
38
342
710
1087
1470
1859
2252
2648
5.46
1) The specified sound level is applicable to connection without damper or with fully open damper. In other cases where the airflow
is demand-controlled with motor-driven dampers, the required data can be read from Swegon’s ProSelect sizing program. Room
attenuation = 4 dB
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Table 13 – Heating capacity, NC, 200 Pa
Length of
the unit
Nozzle setting
mm
Air flow
The heating capacity, water (W) at ∆Tmv
Sound
level 1)
Pressure drop
constant, air
l/s
m3/h
dB(A)
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
kpl
775
L
L
17.0
61
28
154
315
478
642
808
975
1142
1.2
775
M
M
21.8
78
34
160
328
499
672
846
1022
1198
1.54
775
H
H
38.2
137
40
177
366
562
760
962
1166
1371
2.7
900
L
L
20.4
73
29
185
378
574
771
970
1171
1372
1.44
900
M
M
26.2
94
35
192
394
599
807
1016
1227
1439
1.85
900
H
H
45.8
165
40
212
440
675
913
1155
1400
1647
3.24
1100
L
L
26.3
95
30
241
493
748
1006
1266
1527
1790
1.86
1100
M
M
33.8
122
36
251
514
782
1052
1326
1601
1877
2.39
1100
H
H
59.3
213
42
277
574
880
1191
1507
1826
2149
4.19
1300
L
L
31.4
113
31
298
608
923
1241
1561
1884
2208
2.22
1300
M
M
40.3
145
37
309
634
964
1298
1635
1974
2316
2.85
1300
H
H
70.7
255
43
341
708
1085
1469
1859
2253
2650
5
1500
L
L
27.9
100
27
305
631
965
1304
1648
1995
2345
1.97
1500
M
M
48.5
175
37
348
714
1089
1467
1850
2236
2624
3.43
1500
H
H
77.2
278
42
364
755
1156
1566
1980
2399
2822
5.46
Table 14 – Heating capacity, HC, 100 Pa
Length of
the unit
Nozzle setting
mm
Air flow
The heating capacity, water (W) at ∆Tmv
Sound
level 1)
l/s
m3/h
dB(A)
5
10
15
20
25
30
Pressure drop
constant, air
35
kpl
775
L
L
12
43
<20
232
470
710
950
1192
1435
1678
1.2
775
M
M
15.4
55
24
266
534
804
1074
1345
1617
1888
1.54
775
H
H
27
97
29
309
628
950
1274
1600
1927
2255
2.7
900
L
L
14.4
52
<20
279
565
852
1141
1432
1723
2015
1.44
900
M
M
18.5
67
25
319
641
965
1290
1616
1942
2268
1.85
900
H
H
32.4
117
30
372
754
1141
1530
1921
2314
2709
3.24
1100
L
L
18.6
67
20
364
736
1112
1489
1868
2248
2629
1.86
1100
M
M
23.9
86
26
416
837
1259
1683
2108
2533
2959
2.39
1100
H
H
41.9
151
31
485
984
1488
1996
2506
3019
3533
4.19
1300
L
L
22.2
80
21
449
908
1371
1836
2303
2772
3242
2.22
1300
M
M
28.5
103
27
513
1032
1553
2076
2600
3124
3649
2.85
1300
H
H
50
180
32
598
1213
1835
2461
3091
3723
4358
5
1500
L
L
19.7
71
<20
472
942
1413
1883
2354
2824
3294
1.97
1500
M
M
34.3
123
26
578
1154
1731
2307
2883
3459
4035
3.43
1500
H
H
54.6
197
32
658
1317
1977
2638
3299
3960
4622
5.46
1) The specified sound level is applicable to connection without damper or with fully open damper. In other cases where the airflow
is demand-controlled with motor-driven dampers, the required data can be read from Swegon’s ProSelect sizing program. Room
attenuation = 4 dB
20160422
Swegon reserves the right to alter specifications.
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PARAGON
Table 15 – Heating capacity, HC, 150 Pa
Length of
the unit
Nozzle setting
mm
Air flow
The heating capacity, water (W) at ∆Tmv
Sound
level 1)
Pressure drop
constant, air
l/s
m3/h
dB(A)
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
kpl
775
L
L
14.7
53
24
276
559
844
1131
1419
1708
1998
1.2
775
M
M
18.9
68
30
308
623
941
1261
1582
1904
2227
1.54
775
H
H
33.1
119
35
355
721
1091
1464
1839
2216
2595
2.7
900
L
L
17.6
63
25
331
671
1013
1358
1704
2052
2400
1.44
900
M
M
22.7
82
31
370
749
1131
1514
1900
2287
2674
1.85
900
H
H
39.7
143
36
426
866
1311
1759
2209
2662
3116
3.24
1100
L
L
22.8
82
26
432
875
1322
1772
2223
2676
3131
1.86
1100
M
M
29.3
105
32
483
977
1475
1975
2478
2983
3489
2.39
1100
H
H
51.3
185
37
556
1129
1709
2294
2882
3472
4065
4.19
1300
L
L
27.2
98
27
533
1079
1630
2185
2742
3301
3862
2.22
1300
M
M
34.9
126
33
596
1205
1819
2436
3057
3679
4303
2.85
1300
H
H
61.2
220
38
686
1393
2108
2829
3554
4282
5014
5
1500
L
L
24.1
87
23
553
1109
1666
2224
2783
3341
3901
1.97
1500
M
M
42.0
151
32
658
1320
1982
2646
3309
3974
4638
3.43
1500
H
H
66.9
241
38
738
1482
2230
2979
3730
4482
5234
5.46
Table 16 – Heating capacity, HC, 200 Pa
Length of
the unit
Nozzle setting
mm
Air flow
l/s
m3/h
The heating capacity, water (W) at ∆Tmv
Sound
level 1)
dB(A)
5
10
15
20
25
30
Pressure drop
constant, air
35
kpl
775
L
L
17.0
61
28
307
621
939
1259
1580
1902
2226
1.2
775
M
M
21.8
78
34
338
687
1039
1393
1750
2108
2467
1.54
775
H
H
38.2
137
40
387
787
1191
1599
2009
2421
2835
2.7
900
L
L
20.4
73
29
368
746
1128
1512
1898
2285
2673
1.44
900
M
M
26.2
94
35
406
825
1248
1674
2102
2532
2963
1.85
900
H
H
45.8
165
40
465
945
1431
1921
2413
2908
3405
3.24
1100
L
L
26.3
95
30
480
973
1471
1972
2475
2980
3487
1.86
1100
M
M
33.8
122
36
530
1076
1628
2183
2742
3302
3865
2.39
1100
H
H
59.3
213
42
607
1233
1867
2506
3148
3794
4442
4.19
1300
L
L
31.4
113
31
593
1201
1814
2432
3053
3676
4301
2.22
1300
M
M
40.3
145
37
654
1327
2007
2692
3381
4073
4766
2.85
1300
H
H
70.7
255
43
748
1520
2302
3090
3883
4679
5479
5
1500
L
L
27.9
100
27
611
1228
1846
2466
3087
3709
4331
1.97
1500
M
M
48.5
175
37
716
1437
2161
2886
3612
4339
5067
3.43
1500
H
H
77.2
278
42
794
1600
2409
3221
4035
4851
5669
5.46
1) The specified sound level is applicable to connection without damper or with fully open damper. In other cases where the airflow
is demand-controlled with motor-driven dampers, the required data can be read from Swegon’s ProSelect sizing program. Room
attenuation = 4 dB
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Acoustics
Natural attenuation
Natural attenuation is the total reduction in sound power
from duct to room including the end reflection of the
unit.
Table 17. Natural attenuation with cladding
Natural attenuation (dB) at mid frequency f (Hz) ∆Lw [dB ]
63
125
250
500
1k
2k
4k
8k
24
14
9
6
9
14
14
18
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Accessories
Extract air kit – PARAGON T-EAK-VAV
Supply air kit – PARAGON T-SAK-VAV
A motor-driven damper is needed in applications where
the user wants to demand-control the supply air by
means of CONDUCTOR control equipment The damper
causes a certain amount of flow-generated sound. Therefore a sound attenuator is also needed to guarantee a low
sound level in the room. The following components are
included in PARAGON T-SAK-VAV:
Motor-driven
damper
CRTc including Swegon motor
Sound attenuator
CLA rectangular sound attenuator with
circular connection spigots L=500mm
If the supply air is demand-controlled, the extract air also
needs to be feed-back controlled. An extract air kit is
needed for balancing the supply air and the extract air.
Precisely like the supply air kit, this kit consists of a motordriven damper and a sound attenuator. In addition an
extract air register and two alternative mounting frames
are included: one with a nipple and one with a joint.
Motor-driven
damper
CRTc including Swegon motor
Sound
attenuator
CLA rectangular sound attenuator with
circular connection spigots L=500mm
Extract air
register
EXCa and accompanying mounting frames:
one with a nipple and one with a joint
Sound attenuator
Sound attenuator
Motor-driven
damper
Extract air
register
Motor-driven
damper
Figure 18. Extract air kit – PARAGON T-EAK-VAV
Figure 16. PARAGON T-SAK-VAV
Supply air kit – PARAGON T-SAK-CAV
Extract air kit – PARAGON T-EAK-CAV
A commissioning damper is needed to ensure the correct
airflow if a simpler feed-back control system with constant airflow has been selected. Commissioning dampers
also generate a certain amount of sound. We therefore
recommend the use of a sound attenuator for keeping
the sound level at a minimum. The following components
are included in PARAGON T-SAK-CAV:
A commissioning damper is needed in systems with constant airflows in order to balance the extract airflow with
the supply airflow.
Therefore a kit designed for constant airflows is available for simpler systems. This kit contains commissioning
damper, sound attenuator, extract air register and mounting frames.
Commissioning
damper
CRPc-9 Commissioning damper with
perforated damper blade and manually
adjustable blade
Commissioning
damper
CRPc-9 Commissioning damper with perforated damper blade and manually adjustable blade
Sound attenuator
CLA rectangular sound attenuator with circular connection spigots
L=500mm
Sound
attenuator
CLA rectangular sound attenuator with
circular connection spigots L=500mm
Extract air
register
EXCa and accompanying mounting frames:
One with a nipple and one with a joint
Sound attenuator
Sound attenuator
Commissioning
damper
Extract air
register
Figure 17. PARAGON T-SAK-CAV
Figure 19. Extract air kit PARAGON T-EAK-CAV
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damper
PARAGON
Accessories – Supply air
Accessories - Return air
A supply air grille with a telescopic spigot that covers an
interval of 50 - 90 mm is supplied as standard.
The return air grille is supplied with telescopic spigot/
frame which can be inserted into the module and which
then covers the 35-75 mm interval between the module
and the ceiling.
The grille is supplied as standard in RAL 9003. Other colours
are available on request.
The return air grille is supplied as standard in RAL 9003. Available in other colours on request.
PARAGON c T-SG
PARAGON c T-RG
Telescopic supply air grille 50-90 mm spigot
Telescopic Return air grille 35-75 mm spigot
PARAGON c T-OE-SG
PARAGON c T-OE-RG
For selection of another grille, only spigots for the
supply air grille can be ordered. Spigot dimensions
50-90 mm
For selection of another grille, only spigots for the return
air grille can be ordered. Spigot dimensions 35-75 mm
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PARAGON c T-SG
PARAGON c T-OE-SG
PARAGON c T-OE-RG
PARAGON c T-RG
Accessories – Supply air
Accessories - Extract air
PARAGON c +
PARAGON c T-SG
PARAGON c +
PARAGON c T-RG
35-75
50-90
PARAGON c +
PARAGON c T-OE-SG
PARAGON c +
PARAGON c T-OE-RG
35-75
50-90
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Suspension kit SYST MS M8
Venting nipple
In the applications in which the PARAGON is not mounted
in direct contact with the ceiling, there is a suspension
kit available in order to simplify hanging it at the level
desired.
A venting nipple with push-on connection can be utilised
in combination with type SYST FS F20 flexible hoses. This
is normally not needed, but can be an option if the coil in
the PARAGON is the highest point on the water loop.
Figure 22. Bleed nipple SYST AR
Figure 20. Suspension kit SYST MS M8
Flexible hoses
SMST1.asm
In applications in which you desire to avoid risk of movement in the pipe system caused by heat expansion, you
can advantageously utilize flexible hoses for the connection of chilled water and hot water. Eventual vibrations
via the pipe system are at the same time diminished to an
absolute minimum.
F1
F20
Figure 23. Paragon T- GL. Grille lock for fixing the position of the
supply air grille.
F30
Figure 21. Flexible connection hose, SYST FH
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Factory-fitted accessories
ProSelect
ProSelect is Swegon's sizing program which is available at
www.swegon.com.
Several options and combinations can be sized in ProSelect.
The factory-fitted control equipment described in Figure
46 is shown below as an example.
Figure 24. PARAGON c HC-B with factory-fitted Conductor W4.1
controller including 2 pressure sensor room units RU and CCO
valve for cooling and heating. Connection on the right hand side
–R. See other options in the table below.
Table 18. Factory-fitted accessories
All the options below and all the possible combinations of the same can be sized in ProSelect.
Conductor RE W1 controller incl. RU room unit
Conductor RE W3 controller incl. RU room unit
Conductor RE W4.1 controller incl. RU room unit and mounted pressure sensor for supply air.
LUNA controller (extra wiring terminals are fitted; the controller is packaged together with the module)
SYST VDN215 straight valve
Straight valve SYST VDN215 + ACTUATOR b 24V NC actuator wired to terminals
Only ACTUATOR b 24V NC actuator wired to terminals
Condensation sensor, WCD2 proactive condensation control, wired to terminals
Condensation sensor, CG-IV reactive condensation control, wired to terminals
Temperature sensor, wired to terminals (Only in combination with Conductor RE)
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Installation
Lining
Installation
The PARAGON is delivered with four mounting brackets
designed for installation directly against the ceiling or
installation suspended from the ceiling. The mounting
brackets allow a certain amount of further adjustment
after the comfort module/ceiling mounting brackets has/
have been mounted as accurately as possible. This enables
you to position the supply spigot correctly in relation to
the wall and the grille. The next step is to connect the air
duct, cooling pipes, heating pipes and power supply (24
V AC) to the control equipment. The motor dampers are
directly connected to the controller in the PARAGON, if
a supply air kit and an extract air kit are included in the
installation. The SYST MS M8 suspension kit (must be
ordered separately) can be used to advantage in applications in which the PARAGON should not be mounted
tight against the ceiling. For detailed mounting instructions, see separate document available for downloading
at www.swegon.com.
Water connections
If the PARAGON is supplied with factory-fitted control
equipment, the supply water (cooling and heating) is connected to a flat pipe end Ø 12 x 1.0 mm (Cu). The return
water (cooling and heating) should be connected to the
valves, DN ½" male threads.
If the PARAGON is supplied with factory-fitted control
equipment and CCO valve, the supply water (cooling and
heating) is connected to a flat pipe end Ø 12 x 1.0 mm
(Cu). The return water (cooling and heating) is also connected to a flat pipe end Ø 12 x 1.0 mm (Cu).
The work involving lining the terminal can begin when the
PARAGON has been completely installed. The PARAGON
is designed for use in most common types of load-carrying T-grid ceiling systems with panels, plaster board, etc.
To make your work simpler, detailed dimensions for cutting the opening are specified below in the “Dimensions”
section on page 25 in this brochure. More detailed information is also available in separate installation instructions
at www.swegon.com.
Maintenance
Since the PARAGON operates without any built-in fan,
without filter and without a drainage system, very little
maintenance is required. In a hotel room or a hospital
room, it is normally sufficient to vacuum clean the back
side of the coil every six months to remove loose dust. A
simple visual inspection of connections and wiping the
supply air grille and return air grille with a damp cloth
is also recommended. Avoid aggressive cleaning agents
which may harm painted surfaces. Normally a mild soap
or alcohol solution is fully adequate for cleaning. Note
that the dry operation without condensation minimises
the risk of bacteria growth that otherwise is occurs in wet
systems.
The requirement for maintenance is yet lower in an office
room, since this type of environment is normally much
more dust-free, and this allows longer intervals between
scheduled maintenance. It is normally enough to clean the
coil in an office room once every second year.
If the PARAGON is supplied without control equipment,
all the pipes (supply/return – cooling/heating) are connected to a flat pipe end Ø 12 x 1.0 mm (Cu).
NOTE! Support sleeves must be used if compression ring couplings are fitted. It is important use a pipe wrench to adequately
restrain the pipe connections when tightening external connections to prevent damage to the connection pipes.
Air connection
A Ø 125 mm air duct including gasket should be connected directly to a fixed nipple.
If the supply air kit is included in the installation, connect the
parts in the following order, viewed from the PARAGON:
1.
Comfort module PARAGON
2.
Air duct, Ø 125 mm
3.
Sound attenuator, CLA
4.
Air duct, Ø 125 mm
5.
CRT motor-driven damper
Note that the supply and extract air kits are also available
in Ø 100mm. This kit is suitable for use if the space is limited and low airflows are discharged into the room.
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To connect the feed-back control
equipment
LUNA
If the CONDUCTOR control equipment is supplied factoryfitted, the actuator (cooling and heating) or the actuator
(cooling/heating CCO valve) is wired to the controller on
delivery. The controller must be energized in order to start
up the feed-back control functions. This occurs either
through the supply of power via a 24 V AC network or
through the addition of a separate transformer.
If the PARAGON is equipped with LUNA factory-fitted
control equipment, the actuator (cooling and heating) is
wired to a terminal block, which is simple to reach after
removing the recirculation air grille from the underside
of the PARAGON. Since the intelligence in the LUNA is
integrated into the room controller, there is no controller mounted inside the PARAGON. The controller is then,
instead, supplied separately, well packaged together with
the PARAGON. The controller must be energized in order
to start up the feed-back control functions. This occurs
either through the supply of power via a 24 V AC network or through the addition of a separate transformer.
The transformer is available as accessory and must be
ordered separately. Note that a transformer normally
supplies enough current to operate up to 6 controllers.
This assumes that the PARAGON units with factory-fitted
mounted CONDUCTOR are situated within a reasonable
distance, to avoid too drastic voltage drops in the cables.
The transformer is available as accessory and must be
ordered separately. Note that a transformer normally
supplies enough current to operate up to 6 controllers.
This assumes that the PARAGON units with factory-fitted
mounted LUNA are situated within a reasonable distance,
to avoid too drastic voltage drops.
CONDUCTOR
The room unit is delivered well packaged together with
the PARAGON. The room controller can either operate
with wireless remote control or have a wired cable connection. If the controller operates through wireless communication, 4 size AAA batteries supply it with power. If
cable connection is used, the room unit is supplied with
power via the same cabling used for communication
between the module controller and the room controller.
As soon as the module controller and the room controller are energized, you simply enter the ID number of the
module controller into the room controller to start wireless communication. If the room controller is connected
via a cable, you are not required to enter any ID number.
There are several accessories available to special order for
utilizing the energy saving functions available in the CONDUCTOR with application W4.1 (standard). The motor
operated dampers can be easily wired directly to the
controller, if the supply and extract air kits are included in
the installation.
For hotels there is provision for connecting a key card
holder intended to serve as a presence sensor. Of course
traditional presence sensors can also be connected, if they
are required. There is also an input for a window contact
(not accessory), which can be utilized for saving energy
when the window is opened. For more information
regarding CONDUCTOR W4.1, see the separate product
data sheet.
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Dimensions and weights
Table 19 – Weight
RYY
RYN
RNY
RNN
Length
Dry, kg
Dry, kg
Dry, kg
Dry, kg
775
21.3
19.7
18.6
17.0
900
24.1
22.3
21.1
19.3
1100
28.2
26.0
24.4
22.2
1300
32.4
29.9
27.9
25.4
1500
36.4
33.5
31.2
28.3
RYY
RYN
RNY
RNN
Length
Dry, kg
Dry, kg
Dry, kg
Dry, kg
185
218
PARAGON c B-NC / PARAGON c A-HC
373
765
Figure 25. End view excl. spigot and grille
775
23.4
21.8
20.7
19.1
900
26.3
24.5
23.3
21.5
1100
30.4
28.2
26.6
24.4
1300
34.6
32.1
30.1
27.6
1500
38.6
35.7
33.4
30.5
131
185
220
PARAGON c B-HC CCO
50-90
390
765
Figure 26. End view excl. grille
35
695
150
RYY: Connection side R = Right; Supply air grille with spigot
Y = Yes; Recirculation air grille with spigot Y = Yes
Table 20 – Weight water volume
35-75
PARAGON c B-NC
50-90
Water volume, l
Length
Cooling
Heating
775
0.8
0.3
900
1.0
0.4
1100
1.3
0.5
1300
1.5
0.6
1500
1.8
0.7
405
Figure 27. End view incl. grille
PARAGON c A-HC
Water volume, l
Length
Cooling
775
1.1
900
1.3
1100
1.7
1300
2.0
1500
2.4
Heating
PARAGON c B-HC CCO
Water volume, l
Length
Cooling
Heating
775
1.1
1.1
900
1.3
1.3
1100
1.7
1.7
1300
2.0
2.0
1500
2.4
2.4
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Connection on the right hand side –R, for variant HC, NC and CCO
775 / 900 / 1100 / 1300/ 1500
20
R
20
73
Ø 125
46
686 / 811 / 1011 / 1211 / 1411
717 / 842 / 1042 / 1242 / 1442
Figure 28. External dimension: View rear, right side - R
113
135
L
L+42
A
B
775
817
660
625
900
942
785
750
1100
1142
985
950
1300
1342
1185
1150
1500
1542
1385
1350
A
B
113
135
c - c 695
765
A
B
L
12
12
L
L + 42
Figure 29. View from below
Figure 30. View from above.
HC
Figure 31. View rear, water connection. A1 = Cooling water, supply
B1 = Heating water, supply
28
35 x 3 57
35
A1
A2
20
20
B1
B2
A1
A2
20
208
NC
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A1 A2 B1 B2
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50 50 50
106
208
127
20
PARAGON
Connection on the left hand side –L, for variant HC, NC and CCO
L
20
775 / 900 / 1100 / 1300/ 1500
20
73
Ø 125
686 / 811 / 1011 / 1211 / 1411
L
L+42
A
B
717 / 842 / 1042 / 1242 / 1442
775
817
660
625
Figure 32. External dimension: View rear, left side - L
113
135
113
135
942
785
750
1142
985
950
1300
1342
1185
1150
1500
1542
1385
1350
A
B
765
c - c 695
A
B
900
1100
L
12
L
L + 42
Figure 33. View from below.
Figure 34. View from above.
20 64
35
HC
A1
A2
Figure 35. View rear, water connection. A1 = Cooling water, supply
B1 = Heating water, supply
NC
35 x 3 57
127
20
20
20 64
B1
B2
A1
A2
50 50 50 100
106
12
CCO
A1 A2 B1 B2
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Dimensions, accessories
A
B
Figure 36. Supply air kit PARAGON T-SAK-VAV
Figure 39. Supply air kit PARAGON T-SAK-CAV-125
Spiral duct not included.
Spiral duct A: Min. length: 330mm
Spiral duct B: Min. length: 70mm
A
A
B
B
Figure 37. Supply air kit PARAGON T-SAK-VAV-125
Spiral duct not included.
Spiral duct A: Min. length: 330mm
Spiral duct B: Min. length: 70mm
Figure 40. Supply air kit, PARAGON T-SAK-CAV-100
Spiral duct and jointing sleeves dim. 100 not included.
Spiral duct A: Min. length: 330mm
Spiral duct B: Min. length: 70mm
Figure 38. Supply air kit, PARAGON T-SAK-VAV-100
Spiral duct and jointing sleeves dim. 100 not included.
Spiral duct A: Min. length: 330mm
Spiral duct B: Min. length: 70mm
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Figure 41. Extract air kit – PARAGON T-EAK
B
A
Figure 42. Extract air kit, PARAGON T-EAK-CAV
Available for connection sizes 125 and 100.
Spiral duct and bends are not included
A: Min. length: 770 mm
B: Min. length: 360 mm
A
B
Figure 43. Extract air kit, PARAGON T-EAK-CAV
Available for connection sizes 125 and 100.
Spiral duct and bends are not included
A: Min. length: 770 mm
B: Min. length: 360 mm
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Figure 44. Dimensional drawing sound attenuator CLA Ø 100-500 or Ø125-500. The following components are included in PARAGON T-SAK and PARAGON T-EAK:
Figure 45. Dimensional drawing motor-driven damper.
Included in PARAGON T-SAK-VAV and PARAGON T-EAK-VAV
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Figure 46. Dimensional drawing commissioning damper.
Included in PARAGON T-SAK-CAV and PARAGON T-EAK-CAV
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Ordering key
The PARAGON ordering key
PARAGON
Specification, PARAGON
Version:
Type PARAGON comfort module for cooling, heating,
ventilation and control. As standard, factory fitted components are included for plug & play installation.
Function:
c
aaaa-
b-
ccccc-
d-
125
ef
Length (mm)
775, 900, 1100. 1300 and 1500
A = Cooling
PARAGON delivery demarcation
Swegon’s limits of supply are at the connection points for
water.
At these connection points, the RE pipework contractor
connects to plain pipe end and/or male threads towards
valves, fills the system, bleeds it and tests the pressure in
the circuits.
The ventilation contractor connects to the duct connections with dimensions as specified on the basic size drawing in the section "Dimensions".
EE electrical equipment contractor provides a 24 V AC
network power supply or earthed 230 V outlets for a
transformer, as well as a junction box, if required, installed
in a wall for a room thermostat.
The building contractor cuts the openings in corridor wall
for the supply air duct, in the interior wall and suspended
ceiling for the supply air and extract air grilles and in the
bathroom ceiling for the extract air duct.
B = Cooling and heating
Capacity variant
NC - Normal design
HC - High capacity design
HC CCO - High capacity design with
CCO valve
Connection side
R - Right
L - Left
Duct connection
Ø 125
Flow variant
Upper nozzle row:
L, M, H
Lower nozzle row:
L, M, H
The electrical contractor connects the power (24V) and
signal cables to the connection terminals with springloaded snap-in connections.
Maximum cable cross section 2.5 mm2. For safe operation, we recommend cable ends with ferrules.
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Available to order, kit and accessories
Ordering Key, Accessory kit
Supply air kit
Supply air kit
VAV: PARAGON CRTc motor-driven
damper with tight damper blade
with damper actuator and CLA
sound attenuator
CAV: PARAGON CRPc manually
adjustable damper with perforated
damper blade and CLA sound
attenuator
Extract air kit
Flexible connection hose
Assembly piece
Supply air kit
PARAGON
Grille lock
Grille lock for fixing the position of
the supply air grille.
Spigot
Spigot for the supply air grille
Ø100; Ø125
PARAGON
c
T-EAK-VAV-
aaa
c
T-EAK-CAV-
aaa
Version:
Kit with motor-driven damper
Ø100; Ø125
Extract air kit
PARAGON
Version:
Kit with manually adjustable damper
Ø100; Ø125
Spigot for the return air grille
For further accessories for the control equipment, see
the CONDUCTOR and LUNA product data sheets and
the CCO valve data sheet.
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T-SAK-CAV- aaa
Version:
Extract air kit
Venting nipple with push-on coupling for connection to the return
pipe for water, diameter: 12 mm
c
Ø100; Ø125
CAV: PARAGON CRPc manually
adjustable damper with perforated
damper blade, CLA sound attenuator
and extract air register with mounting frame
Ceiling mounting bracket and
threaded rod for mounting in ceiling.
Double threaded rods with thread
lock are also available.
T-SAK-VAV- aaa
Kit with motor-driven damper
Kit with manually adjustable
damper
Connection hose supplied with
clamping ring coupling, push-on
coupling or union nut.
c
Version:
VAV: PARAGON CRTc motor-driven
damper with tight damper blade
with damper actuator, CLA sound
attenuator and extract air register
with mounting frame
Venting nipple
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PARAGON
Specification text
Ordering Key, Accessories
Assembly piece
SYST MS M8
aaaa-
b
Example of a specification text according to VVS AMA.
Length threaded rod (mm):
200; 500; 1000
PCT.312 Duct connected chilled beams.
KB XX
Type:
1=One threaded rod
2=Two threaded rods and one thread lock
Supply air grille
incl. 50-90 mm spigot
PARAGON c T-
Swegon’s PARAGON comfort module that supplies air via
a supply air grille in a wall and has integrated circulating
air opening in the bottom part.
SG-
aaaa
L = 775, 900, 1100, 1300, 1500
Spigot for the supply air grille PARAGON c T-
OE-SG
aaaa
RG-
aaaa
L = 775, 900, 1100, 1300, 1500
Return air grille
incl. 35-75 mm spigot
PARAGON c T-
L = 775, 900, 1100, 1300, 1500
Spigot for the return air grille PARAGON c T-
OE-RG aaaa
L = 775, 900, 1100, 1300, 1500
Flexible connection hose,
(x1)
SYST FH F1- aaa-
12
Clamping ring coupling (Ø12
mm) against pipe at both ends
(excl. support sleeves)
•
•
•
•
•
SYST FH F20- aaa-
12
Quick-fit coupling push-on
(Ø12 mm) against pipe at both ends
Length (mm):
275; 475; 675
Flexible connection hose,
(x1)
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Length (mm):
300; 500; 700
Flexible connection hose,
(x1)
For rear edge installation in a wall/ceiling, with the following functions:
SYST FH F30- aaa- 12
Quick-fit coupling push-on, (Ø12 mm)
against pipe at one end, union
nut G20ID at the other end.
Length (mm):
200; 400; 600
Venting nipple
Grille lock
Condensation sensor,
wired to terminal, (x1)
WCD2 proactive condensation control
CG-IV reactive condensation control
SYST AR12
PARAGON T-GL
aaaa
•
•
Cooling
Heating, water
Ventilation
VariFlow for simple adjustment of the airflows
ADC
Ø125 mm duct connection
Integrated circulating air opening in face plate
Coil and control equipment, if required, accessible via
the rear of the product or via the recirculating air grille
Cleanable
Fixed measurement tapping with hose
Contractor demarcation at connection point for water
and air as in outline drawing.
At the points of connection the pipe contractor connects to 12 mm plain pipe end after which the ventilation contractor connects the Ø125 mm insertion piece
(sleeve).
The pipe contractor fills, bleeds, tests the pressure
and assumes responsibility for the design water flows
reaching each branch of the system and the unit.
The ventilation contractor conducts initial commissioning of the airflows
Eurovent certified
Grilles in standard colour RAL 9003
Accessory kits:
• PARAGON c-T-SAK-VAV-aaa xx pcs.
• PARAGON c-T-SAK-CAV-aaa xx pcs.
• PARAGON c-T-EAK-VAV-aaa xx pcs.
• PARAGON c-T-EAK-CAV-aaa xx pcs.
Accessories:
• Supply air grille, PARAGON c T-SG-aaa xx pcs.
• Spigot (supply air) PARAGON c T-OE-SG-aaaa xx pcs.
• Grille lock, PARAGON T-GL xx pcs.
• Return air grille, PARAGON c T-RG-aaaa xx pcs.
• Spigot (return air) PARAGON c T-OE-RG-aaaa xx pcs.
• Commissioning damper SYST CRPc 9-125, xx pcs.
• Assembly piece, SYST MS M8 aaaa-b
• Flexible connection hose, SYST FH F1 aaa- 12 xx pcs.
• Flexible connection hose, SYST FH F20 aaa- 12 xx pcs.
• Flexible connection hose, SYST FH F30 aaa- 12 xx pcs.
• Venting nipple, SYST AR 12 xx pcs.
etc.
Specify the quantities individually or with reference to the
drawing.
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Swegon reserves the right to alter specifications.
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