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iVECTOR Specifiers Guide.
iVECTOR Heater/Cooler
Models: iV080, iV100, iV120, iV140, iV160
01.03.2012
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Contents
Contents
1.0
Introduction
04
2.0
iVECTOR Benefits
05
2.1
Compact in Size
05
2.2
Renewable Technology
05
2.3
Rapid Response
05
2.4
Low Surface Temperature (LST)
05
3.0
4.0
5.0
6.0
iVECTOR Specification Data
06
3.1
Unit Sizes
06
3.2
Outputs
06
3.3
Flow Rates/Pressure Losses
07
3.4
Noise Levels
07
3.5
Hydronic Connections
07
3.6
Weight, Water Content and Motor Power
07
iVECTOR Installation
08
4.1
Ease of Installation
08
4.2
Mounting Dimensions
08
4.3
Water Connection - Pipe Routing Options
09
4.4
Electrical Connection
09
Applications
11
5.1
All Round Suitability
11
5.2
Traditional Heating System
11
5.3
Renewable Heating System
11
5.4
Mix ‘n‘ Match Heating Solutions
11
Intelligent and Easy to Use Controls
12
6.1
Introduction
12
6.2
Easy Mode
13
6.3
Full Mode
14
6.4
Building Management System (BMS)
15
03
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04
Introduction
1.0 Introduction
The iVECTOR is MYSON’s latest product innovation and an
exciting, energy efficient addition to our range of modern
heating solutions.
The iVECTOR is the first in a new generation of intelligent fan
convectors. It has been designed specifically to combine all the
traditional advantages of a fan convector with a range of new
product benefits made possible by the inclusion of our latest
heating technology, such as a large surface area heat exchanger,
low water content, energy efficient fans and intelligent controls.
Grill hinge
Grill
Heat exchanger
Control panel
Fan
Motor
Internal chassis
Outer casing
Filter
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iVECTOR Benefits
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The large surface area of the iVECTOR’s heat exchanger means
that units are compact in size (all units are a standard height of
only 600mm, the same as the most popular size of panel
radiator) and occupy significantly less wall space than a panel
radiator of equivalent output. By utilising fan convection, the
iVECTOR increases its heat output even further and provides an
even distribution of warm air throughout a room. This means that
rooms feel more comfortable, even at lower temperatures.
1.0
2.1 Compact in Size
2.2 Renewable Technology
Due to its heat exchanger and fan, the iVECTOR will produce
significantly higher heat output than a panel radiator of the same
size. This means that iVECTORs are ideal for use with low water
temperature systems. For example, when operating with a low
flow temperature of 45°C the iVECTOR will produce around
twice as much heat output as a similar double panel radiator.
The iVECTOR has a low water content, between 5 and 10% of
the amount used in a traditional radiator with equivalent output.
This lower water content means that an iVECTOR produces an
2.0
2.3 Rapid Response
instant heat response where needed and cools quicker when
heat is no longer required. Heat is accurately controlled as a
result, leading to improved indoor comfort.
2.4 Low Surface Temperature (LST)
When operating with low flow temperatures of 35 - 55°C no
outer part of an iVECTOR will exceed a temperature of 43°C. As
a result, when used with heat pumps, iVECTORs provide a high
output and energy efficient alternative to standard LST radiators
for sensitive environments such as nurseries and care homes.
(Please note that this does not apply when iVECTORs are used
with high water temperature systems, please contact MYSON
Technical Services for full information).
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iVECTOR Specification Data
3.1 Unit Sizes
All iVECTORs are the same height and depth and there is a
choice of 5 different lengths as detailed in the table (right). The
performance data for each model is supplied in the following
sections of this guide.
Model
Nominal Height
(mm)
Depth
(mm)
Length
(mm)
iV60x080
600
153
800
iV60x100
600
153
1000
iV60x120
600
153
1200
iV60x140
600
153
1400
iV60x160
600
153
1600
3.2 Outputs
The heat output of the iVECTOR is affected by the flow rate of
water through its heat exchanger, even when the mean water
temperature is constant. Each iVECTOR model requires the
specified flow rate to ensure the temperature drop will be
reasonable, as shown in the outputs table. For quietest
operation MYSON recommends sizing the iVECTOR based on
normal fan speed.
Mean water - air temp difference (watts)
Model
Fan Speed
Flow
(l/h)
ΔT20
Normal
341
738
940
1146
1355
1567
1781
1997
iV60x080
Medium
341
989
1260
1537
1817
2101
2388
2678
Boost
341
1360
1733
2113
2499
2889
3284
3682
Normal
450
1012
1289
1572
1859
2149
2443
2739
Medium
450
1352
1723
2101
2484
2872
3265
3661
iV60x100
iV60x120
iV60x140
iV60x160
ΔT25
ΔT30
ΔT35
ΔT40
Boost
450
1892
2412
2941
3477
4020
4569
5124
600
1214
1548
1887
2231
2580
2932
3288
Medium
600
1643
2094
2553
3018
3490
3967
4448
Boost
600
2409
3070
3743
4425
5117
5815
6521
Normal
700
1428
1820
2219
2624
3034
3449
3867
Medium
700
1945
2478
3022
3573
4131
4695
5265
Boost
700
2916
3716
4531
5357
6194
7040
7894
Normal
800
1647
2099
2560
3027
3499
3977
4460
Medium
800
2246
2863
3491
4127
4772
5424
6082
Boost
800
3422
4362
5318
6288
7270
8263
9266
Fan Speed
Normal
iV60x080
iV60x100
iV60x120
iV60x140
iV60x160
ΔT50
Normal
Cooling (watts)
Model
ΔT45
Condition 7-12-27
Total
Sensible
707
527
Medium
1126
829
Boost
1648
1227
Normal
1011
753
Medium
1600
1178
Boost
2304
1716
Normal
1250
931
Medium
1960
1442
Boost
2918
2173
Normal
1490
1110
Medium
2320
1707
Boost
3533
2631
Normal
1729
1288
Medium
2679
1972
Boost
4147
3088
Relative Humidity: Sensible cooling at 50%.
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3.3 Flow Rates/Pressure Losses
Flow
Pressure Drop (mm wg)
Flow
Pressure Drop (Pa)
(l/h)
iV60x080
iV60x100
iV60x120
iV60x140
iV60x160
(l/h)
iV60x080
iV60x100
iV60x120
iV60x140
iV60x160
100
69
104
145
163
191
100
675
1015
1418
1594
1877
150
145
213
291
325
380
150
1423
2088
2859
3187
3731
220
293
421
565
625
728
220
2878
4127
5543
6131
7140
330
619
866
1140
1250
1447
330
6067
8489
11176
12257
14194
500
1328
1812
2338
2542
2926
500
13026
17775
22926
24929
28700
750
2800
3728
4713
5082
5817
750
27459
36559
46221
49837
57051
3.4 Noise Levels
The iVECTOR has three different fan speeds. The lower the fan
speed, the lower the noise level. At the lowest fan speed, the
unit operates almost silently. It is our quietest fan convector ever.
The following table provides a comprehensive overview of noise
Sound Power LwA (dB)
Sound Pressure (dBA) - at 2.5m
Normal
Medium
Boost
Normal
Medium
Boost
iV60x080
31.9
44.8
55
24.8
37.7
47.9
iV60x100
34.1
42.9
55
27
35.8
47.9
iV60x120
31.1
44.7
58.8
24
40.5
51.7
iV60x140
32
42.6
61.9
24.9
35.5
54.8
iV60x160
34.1
42.1
63.4
27
35
56.3
3.5 Hydronic Connections
The iVECTOR is suitable for use on closed circulation, two pipe*,
pump assisted central heating systems or heating and cooling
systems. Not suitable for one pipe or microbore systems.
Note: A pressure independent balancing and control valve is
available for this product as an accessory. This valve can simplify
system design by eliminating the possible need for larger
balancing valves elsewhere in the system, and will maintain the
flow in the unit to the required levels.
*Pipes should be sized using flow rate and pressure losses.
3.6 Weight, Water Content and Motor Power
Model
Motor
Power (w)
Water
Content (l)
Unpacked
Weight (kg)
iV60x080
32
0.66
22.8
iV60x100
35
0.92
27.7
iV60x120
45
1.19
32.5
iV60x140
53
1.45
37.5
iV60x160
65
1.72
42.6
No microbore pipework
3.0
Model
levels as tested in accordance with ISO 3741. For quietest
operation MYSON recommends sizing the iVECTOR based on
normal fan speed.
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iVECTOR Installation
4.1 Ease of Installation
The iVECTOR has been designed specifically to make installation
as easy as possible. Unlike panel radiators it does not have any
brackets to fit and unlike some fan convectors it is not supplied
in kit form – there is only a one-piece casing to attach!
4.2 Mounting Dimensions
Dimensions (mm)
Model
A
B
iV080
800
503
iV100
1000
703
iV120
1200
903
iV140
1400
1103
iV160
1600
1303
The iVECTOR can be securely fitted on most flat walls with a
minimum side clearance of 100mm and a minimum floor
clearance of 150mm. Units should not be installed in locations
with high humidity levels, such as bathrooms.
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4.3 Water Connection - Pipe Routing Options
The iVECTOR has two pipes to connect – flow and return. This
pipework can be routed in one of two ways, either from the floor
or through the wall at the back of the unit (see diagram below).
Please note that the flow pipe must be connected to the
bottom connection of the heat exchanger and the return pipe
to the top connection.
2-pipe connection
83 -108* MAX
Condensate tray**
* Dimension from chassis side to pipe centre.
** For cooling, a condensate drain must be fitted to the condensate tray.
4.4 Electrical Connection
A fused electrical spur with a maximum 3A fuse and a switch
having 3mm separation on all poles must be provided in an easily
accessible position adjacent to the unit. The electrical cable
should be fed through the underside of the unit, into the control
box on the right hand side using the cable gland provided. The
supply cord must be 0.75mm² only. The live and neutral wires
are connected to the power board terminal connections and the
earth wire to the chassis earth terminal.
There is a built-in connection for use with Building Management
Systems in all iVECTORs, however, this will require additional
wiring to the unit.
Routing cable
4.0
The electrical installation of an iVECTOR should be carried out
by a qualified electrician in accordance with current regulations.
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iVECTOR Installation
4.4 Electrical Connection
(continued...)
2-pipe 0 valve
CONTROL
BOARD
POWER
BOARD
R
W
Y
M+
T+
L
N
Supply 230V
50Hz
TM-
BR
Hi
R
WATER SENSOR
2-PIPE
Med
W
Lo
AIR
SENSOR
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Y
BL
TRANSFORMER
2-pipe 1 valve
Supply 230V 50Hz
24V 50Hz
24V DC
CONTROL
BOARD
POWER
BOARD
+
-
R
W
Y
M+
T+
Supply 230V
50Hz
L
N
TM-
BR
Hi
R
WATER SENSOR
2-PIPE
Med
W
Lo
Y
BL
TRANSFORMER
FAN
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Applications
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5.1 All Round Suitability
The compact size, high heat output and efficiency of the
iVECTOR makes it a great all round performer which is suitable
for use with all types of heating systems, in domestic and
commercial situations, with new build and refurbishment work
and alongside other types of heat emitter in the same building.
5.2 Traditional Heating System
The lower water content inside each iVECTOR means that it
produces an instant heat response where needed and cools
quicker when heat is no longer required. iVECTORs, therefore,
use minimal energy and have lower lifecycle costs than other
emitters, making them a realistic alternative to traditional
radiators with high water temperature systems.
5.3 Renewable Heating System
The iVECTOR has been designed specifically to operate
efficiently with low flow temperatures. It contains the latest
energy efficient heating technology, with features such as large
surface area heat exchanger, low water content and intelligent
controls.
With renewable installations such as heat pumps, iVECTORS are
a viable alternative to underfloor heating or radiators and can
be installed in different rooms or on separate floors of the same
building. This is because all products can operate using the same
low flow temperatures.
5.4 Mix ‘n’ Match Heating Solutions
4.0
Our technical team are happy to provide expert advice on
system design and help you make the best decisions on heating
solutions, which may involve mix ‘n’ match solutions. For
example, if you want to use a heat pump but it is not practical to
install underfloor heating, iVECTORs make an excellent
alternative heat emitter. Alternatively, the iVECTOR’s compact
size means that it can be used instead of radiators if, for
aesthetic reasons, you want fewer or smaller units in a room.
5.0
With a full range of hydronic heat emitters, electric heat emitters
and controls, MYSON is the UK’s leading expert in the control
and distribution of heat. MYSON is the only manufacturer who
can truly offer an unbiased view on how best to heat buildings
both now and in the future.
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Intelligent and Easy to Use Controls
6.1 Introduction
The intelligent, electronic control system provided as standard in
every iVECTOR includes a wide range of easy to use heating and
cooling operating options. Its two tier level of programming
Function
Description
Adjustment
Control Operation Setup
Control Operation Setup
The unit must be programmed for operation
in heating only, cooling only or heating and
cooling.
Scroll to the Fixed Fan mode
, and then
press on the ( ) key.
Use (+) or (-) keys to choose from
the following:
Nod (Mode) HOt for heating.
Nod (Mode) COLd for cooling.
Nod (Mode) AUtO for heating and cooling.
Press (OK) to confirm.
Fixed Fan Setting
Use (+) or (-) to select and press (OK) to confirm.
(Note the fan speed symbol will only appear
when the fan is running).
F1, F2, F3 gives fan speed 1,2 or 3 respectively
with no temperature control. A1, A2, A3 gives
fan speed 1,2 or 3 respectively in heating only
if the water temperature ≥32°C.
Comfort Setting
Provides room temperature control with
automatic fan speed adjustment according to
difference between actual and set temperature.
The fan operates when water ≥32°C in heating
or ≤15°C cooling.
Automatic Setting
Auto
incorporates an ‘easy’ mode for everyday operation and a ‘full’
mode for more advanced functions. It also has the ability to link
iVECTORs to a building management system.
The unit will run according to one of the 9
preset timed programmes, or one of the 4 user
defined programmes.
Night Set-back Setting
Provides room temperature control with
automatic fan speed adjustment according
to difference between actual and night set-back
temperature.
Holiday Function
Provides frost protection or overheat protection
during periods of absence (holiday). The control
will count down the time to “00” after which
control is resumed in Auto setting. For frost
protection the set temperature is 7°C.
For overheat the set temperature is 30°C.
Power On/Off
Press (OK) to view the set temperature.
Use (+) or (-) to adjust the required room
temperature. Default setting is 21°C in Heating.
Press (OK) to view the actual set
temperature (Comfort or Set-back).
Press (OK) to view the set temperature.
Use (+) or (-) to adjust the required room
temperature. Default setting is 19°C in
Heating.
Select
and is
displayed.
Use the (+) and (-) to adjust the duration.
(In hours “H” if below 24H and then in
days “d”).
Use the (-) key to interrupt this period
and adjust the duration on “no”.
Press (OK) to turn the power on or off.
Turns unit on/off.
Set Clock Menu
Displays time in 12h or 24h format.
Programme Menu
P
Provides choice from 9 pre-programmed and
4 user defined timed programmes.
Press (OK)
Use the (+) and (-) keys to set the minutes.
Press (OK)
Use the (+) and (-) keys to set the hours.
Press (OK)
Use the (+) and (-) to set the days. Press (OK).
Availability
Easy
Full
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
See Installation Manual for all options.
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6.2 Easy Mode
Every iVECTOR leaves the factory with its controls set to the
simplest level (easy mode). This setting allows you to set the
time, set the temperature via the comfort setting as well as
selecting your required fan speed.
There are four operating functions on easy mode:
1. Fixed fan speed setting - select between three options for
your desired fixed fan speed.
2. Comfort setting - the iVECTOR will run indefinitely in this
setting with the fan speed automatically adjusting as required.
3. Clock and day setting - use this to set minutes, hours and day.
4. Power on/off setting.
You can move easily between these functions by using the arrow
keys and alter settings by using the + and – keys.
Easy Mode Display
1.
Heating indicator
2.
Cooling indicator
3.
Temperature symbol – when this is displayed
the current room temperature is displayed
4.
Fan speed symbol (fan blades will rotate when active)
5.
Comfort setting
6.
Power (on/off)
7.
Clock setting
8.
Room temperature
9.
Time
10.
Day of the week
Keys:
Validation key (OK)
+
Plus key (up)
-
Minus key (down)
Navigation left
Navigation right
6.0
OK
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Intelligent and Easy to Use Controls
6.3 Full Mode
The full mode operation has the same four functions as easy
mode plus a further four others:
7. Frost setting - provides frost protection or overheat
protection during periods of absence.
5. Auto setting - gives you a choice of nine programme options
which are saved in memory for twelve hours in the event of
power failure.
8. Programme
setting
provides
choice
of
nine
pre-programmed options and four user defined programmes.
6. Setback setting - provides night time temperature control,
maintaining night set-back selection.
Full Mode Display
The full control display can be accessed by pressing the (+)
and (-) buttons for 5 seconds. This action can be repeated to
revert back to ‘Easy mode’.
1.
Heating indicator
2.
Cooling indicator
3.
Temperature symbol – when this is displayed
the current room temperature is displayed
4.
Fan speed symbol (fan blades will rotate when active)
5.
Comfort setting
6.
Power (on/off)
7.
Clock setting
8.
Room temperature
9.
Time
10.
Day of the week
11.
Auto setting
(to follow set programme)
12.
Night set-back setting
13.
Holiday setting
14.
Programme menu
15.
Programme schedule
Keys:
OK
Validation key (OK)
+
Plus key (up)
-
Minus key (down)
Navigation left
Navigation right
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6.4 Building Management System (BMS)
Each iVECTOR has a built-in BMS connection, this must be wired
to the main BMS controller to allow the BMS to take control of
the iVECTOR.
2-pipe 1 valve + BMS
24V AC
BUILDIN G
MANAGEMENT
SYSTEM
Supply 230V 50Hz
24V 50Hz
24V DC
COM
FAST
SLOW
HEAT
COOL
+
-
CONTROL
BOARD
POWER
BOARD
R
W
Y
M+
T+
L
N
TM-
BR
Hi
R
WATER SENSOR
2-PIPE
Med
W
Lo
Y
FAN
AIR
SENSOR
BL
TRANSFORMER
6.0
Supply 230V
50Hz
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