Quantum Cylinder Range

Quantum Cylinder Range
Direct Electric
Cylinders
Up to 300L
Quantum Cylinder Range
Installation and User Instructions
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Contents.................................................................................................. 4
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Introduction ............................................................................................ 7
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Scope of Delivery .................................................................................... 7
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Pre-Installation Advice ........................................................................... 8
4.1 Risk Assessment ......................................................................................8
4.2 Siting Considerations ................................................................................8
4.3 Cold Water Supply ...................................................................................9
4.4 Building Regulation G3 Discharge Requirements ........................................ 10
4.4.1 Discharge Pipe D2 .......................................................................... 10
4.4.2 Worked Example ............................................................................ 11
4.4.3 Termination of Discharge Pipe ......................................................... 12
4.5 Limitations ............................................................................................ 13
Installation ........................................................................................... 13
5.1 Cold Water Inlet with Inlet Control Group .................................................. 13
5.1.1 Correctly Site the Cylinder............................................................... 13
5.1.2 Install the Inlet Group .................................................................... 13
5.1.3 Expansion Vessel ........................................................................... 13
5.1.4 Balanced Cold Water Supply ............................................................ 14
5.1.5 Drain Valve ................................................................................... 14
5.2 Hot Water Outlet.................................................................................... 14
5.2.1 Thermostatic Mixing Valve ............................................................... 14
5.2.2 Pipe Insulation ............................................................................... 14
5.3 Discharge Pipes from Safety Devices ........................................................ 14
5.3.1 Discharge Pipe D1 .......................................................................... 14
5.3.2 Discharge Pipe D2 .......................................................................... 15
5.3.3 Tundish......................................................................................... 15
5.4 Immersion Heaters ................................................................................ 15
5.5 Electrical Connection .............................................................................. 16
5.6 Connection of Secondary Return .............................................................. 20
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Commissioning ...................................................................................... 21
6.1 Verify Electronic Operation ...................................................................... 21
6.2 Initialise System Settings and Communications ......................................... 22
6.2.1 Reset............................................................................................ 22
6.2.2 Set Hygiene Mode .......................................................................... 22
6.2.3 Set Communications Mode .............................................................. 22
6.2.4 Set Cylinder Size............................................................................ 22
6.2.5 RTC Calibration .............................................................................. 22
6.2.6 Set Tariff....................................................................................... 23
6.3 Confirmation of Operation ....................................................................... 23
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Maintenance.......................................................................................... 25
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Spare Parts ........................................................................................... 27
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Technical Data ...................................................................................... 28
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10.1 General.............................................................................................. 30
10.2 Operation ........................................................................................... 30
10.2.1 User Interface................................................................................ 31
10.2.2 Choosing a Format for the Date/Time and/or Temperature Display ....... 31
10.2.3 Setting the Date and Time .............................................................. 31
10.2.4 Setting the Primary and Boost Immersion Heater Temperature ............ 31
10.2.5 Activate and De-activate the Boost Immersion ................................... 32
10.2.6 Accessing Energy and Temperature Information................................. 32
10.2.7 Accessing and Setting Timer Modes .................................................. 32
10.3 Maintenance ....................................................................................... 33
10.4 Troubleshooting .................................................................................. 39
10.5 Overall View of User Interface .............................................................. 40
Contents
Precaution: “This appliance can be used by children
aged from 8 years and above and persons with reduced
physical sensory or mental capabilities or lack of
experience and knowledge if they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance
in a safe way and understanding the hazards involved.
Children shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and
user maintenance shall not be made by children without
supervision.”
Note: Between the inlet group and
the cold water inlet on the
cylinder NO isolating device may
be fitted, as by doing so important
safety devices could be isolated!
It is important that the tundish is
positioned
away
from
any
electrical components.
Note:
Means
for
electrical
disconnection
must
be
incorporated in the fixed wiring in
accordance with the wiring rules.
Before removing the cover from
the immersion heater isolate
appliance using isolating switch!
Danger of electrical shock! Only
use suitable electrically insulated
equipment when working inside
immersion housing.
Note: The cylinder must be filled
with water before switching on
the immersion heater. Failure to
do so will damage the element
and void any guarantee on the
product.
The maintenance of this
appliance must be carried out
by a suitably qualified person
only. It is recommended to
maintain the unit on an
annual basis.
Isolate all
electrical supplies from the
unit
before
commencing
work. Danger of electrical
shock!
CLEANING
INSTRUCTIONS:
Clean
outer
cladding
of
cylinder with a soft cloth
dampened with warm water
only. Do not use abrasive or
aggressive
cleaning
materials, such as alcohol or
petroleum based solvents, as
this may damage the surface
of the product.
If an electronic copy of this manual
should be required, please contact the
manufacturer at the address at the
back of this manual.
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It is important to check the precharge pressure of the expansion
vessel membrane before filling
the cylinder. The pre-charge
should be greater than or equal
to 3 bar.
2 Introduction
3 Scope of Delivery
Thank you for choosing a Dimplex
product. The Quantum direct electric
cylinders are specified with high
quality, immersion heaters for fast
reheat times. They boast 60mm of low
GWP insulation foam, together with
100% recyclable stainless steel inner
components and a sleek black, hard
wearing outer shell manufactured
from completely recycled materials.
For more detailed information on
product features, please see the
Technical Data section in this manual.
Please ensure you check
delivery below before
delivery documentation.
missing or damaged
signing for the delivery
accepted.
the scope of
signing any
Claims for
parts after
will not be
Scope of delivery
Cylinder volume
125l
150l
210l
250l
300l
C ylinder with 3kW immersion *
2
2
2
2
2
T+P valve *
1/2”,
7bar/90°C
1/2”,
7bar/90°C
1/2”, 7bar/90°C
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12 l
19 l
24 l
15mm/22mm
15mm/22mm
15mm/22mm
Installation & User Instructions x 1
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Terms and conditions x 1
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Inlet control group consisting of:- in line strainer
- 3 bar P RV
- 6 bar ERV
- no n-return valve
- balanced co ld water supply po rt
Expansion vessel with fixing kit and
connection hose
Tundish
* These items are supplied factory fitted
Table 1: Scope of Delivery for Quantum Direct Electric Cylinder
Scope of Delivery
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- co nnectio n fo r expansio n vessel
Pre-Installation
Advice
Please read the following section
carefully
before
commencing
installation. If in any doubt, please
call the appropriate help desk.
Disregarding the instructions given in
this manual in its entirety and any
relevant regulations, standards and
codes of practice will void the
guarantee of this product.
Handling – depending on the size of
the unit and access to its installation
location, consideration must be given
to the handling of the unit. Please
note that handling, installation and
use of this product is subject to the
Health and Safety at Work Act.
If
the
unit
is
not
installed
immediately, it should remain in its
protective packaging with all pipe
protectors/end
caps
applied
to
prevent damage and dirt deposit
inside the cylinder.
Pipe Work – the pipe runs should be
executed as short as possible, unused
pipe work should be removed and all
remaining pipe work should be lagged
in
accordance
with
regulatory
requirements to prevent heat loss and
the formation of condensation.
Taps and Fittings – all taps and
fittings incorporated in the unvented
system should have a rated operating
pressure of 0.6 MPa (6 bar) or above.
4.1 Risk Assessment
The compilation of a risk assessment
is strongly recommended before
installing the product. The following
areas require particular consideration
in addition to the information required
by the Health and Safety at Work Act.
- scalding: where appropriate or
required by law a thermostatic
mixing valve is to be fitted to the
hot water outlet of the cylinder (see
also water borne organisms).
- explosion: the unit is fully equipped
with all relevant safety equipment
to comply with current regulations.
The correct design and function has
been verified by independent third
party
testing.
The
correct
application
thereof
is
the
responsibility of the competent
installer.
- water
borne
organisms
(i.e.
Legionella): if applicable a risk
assessment should be carried out
following
the
recommendations
outlined in the Approved Code of
Practice L8.
- the user preference must be
considered when commissioning the
system, in particular when adjusting
the temperature and timer settings.
4.2 Siting Considerations
When choosing a suitable location for
the cylinder the following aspects
should be considered:
- structural integrity
- access for installation, operation,
maintenance and replacement
- routing of discharge pipe work
- access to water mains supply, hot
and cold water distribution pipe
work
- access to suitable electricity supply
- location in relation to remaining
system components
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- frost protection
4.3 Cold Water Supply
The Quantum direct electric cylinders
are designed to be floor standing,
vertically mounted, indoors and in a
frost free environment. The cylinder
may be located on any flat and level
surface, provided it is sufficiently
robust to support the weight of the
cylinder when full of water (please see
technical data) and suitably accessible
for replacement/maintenance without
specialist tools or lifting equipment as
this will void the warranty conditions.
For satisfactory and safe performance
of the unvented cylinder the water
supply must meet the following
criteria:
Particular care must be taken when
placing the cylinder in a garage or
outbuilding. All exposed pipe work
must be correctly insulated to avoid
frost damage.
CLEANING
INSTRUCTIONS:
Clean
outer
cladding
of
cylinder with a soft cloth
dampened with warm water
only. Do not use abrasive or
aggressive
cleaning
materials, such as alcohol or
petroleum based solvents, as
this may damage the surface
of the product.
150 kPa
(1.5 bar)
1200 kPa
(12 bar)
15 l/min
250mg/L
200mg/L
The following instructions have to be
followed when installing the cold
water mains supply to the cylinder:
- The cold water supply to the
cylinder must come directly from
the cold water mains after the
mains stop valve to the property.
- The cold water inlet pipe work
should have at least an inside
diameter of 19mm and should meet
the requirements of the water
regulations for the supply of
wholesome water.
Dimplex
recommend
an
annual
maintenance inspection is carried out
on the domestic hot water cylinder. In
hard water areas this should include
inspection of the immersion heater,
[above 120ppm or 120mg/l]. A local
water treatment company should be
able to offer free water quality testing.
The heating elements may require
periodic de-scaling. The installer
should do this as part of a
maintenance agreement.
If required, precautions can be taken
to minimise effects of water hardness,
i.e. installation of a water conditioner
or water softener. These devices
should be installed in hard water
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The position and orientation of the
cylinder should be such that easy
access is provided for servicing the
controls. A minimum distance of
400mm in front of the immersion is
recommended,
to
allow
the
replacement of the immersion heater
should the need arise. When installing
the cylinder all labels should be clearly
visible and ensure that no pipework
hinders any work to be carried out on
the various cylinder components.
Minimum dynamic
pressure
Maximum inlet supply
pressure
Minimum flow rate
Max. chlorine content
Max. water hardness
areas where high water storage
temperatures
are
required,
i.e.
greater
than
60°C
storage
temperatures, particularly when water
hardness exceeds 200ppm. Should
the water cylinder require de-scaling,
this must be performed by a qualified
technician.
4.4 Building Regulation G3
Discharge
Requirements
As part of the requirements of
Building Regulation G3 any discharge
from an unvented system should be
conveyed to where it is visible, but
will not cause danger to persons in or
about the building. The tundish and
the discharge pipes should be fitted in
accordance with the requirements of
Building
Regulation
approved
document G3, (England and Wales),
Part P of Northern Ireland and
Standard 4.9 of Scotland.
4.4.1
Dimplex strongly recommends the use
of metal pipework only and Dimplex
does not take responsibility for any
damage caused from discharges.
The discharge pipe D2 should be at
least one pipe size larger than the
nominal outlet size of the safety
device unless its total equivalent
hydraulic resistance exceeds that of a
straight pipe 9m long, i.e. for
discharge pipes between 9m and 18m
the equivalent resistance length
should be at least two sizes larger
than the nominal outlet size of the
safety device; between 18 and 27m at
least 3 sizes larger, and so on; bends
must be taken into account in
calculating the flow resistance. See
Figure 2, Table 2 and the worked
example.
Note: An alternative approach for
sizing discharge pipes would be to
follow Annex D, section D.2 of BS
6700:2006 + A1:2009).
Discharge Pipe D2
- “have a vertical section of pipe at
least 300mm long below the
tundish before any elbows or
bends in the pipework and be
installed with a continuous fall of
at least 1 in 200 thereafter.”
The discharge pipe (D2) should be
made of:
- “metal; or other material that has
been demonstrated to be capable
of
safely
withstanding
temperatures
of
the
water
discharged and is clearly and
permanently marked to identify
the product and performance
standard”
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The discharge pipe (D2) from the
Tundish should:
Figure 2: Typical discharge pipe arrangement
4.4.2
Worked Example
This example is for a G½ temperature
relief valve with a discharge pipe (D2)
(as fitted on 125 to 300L cylinders)
having 4 No. 22mm elbows and length
of 7m from the tundish to the point of
discharge.
From
Table
2,
the
maximum
resistance allowed for a straight
length of 22mm copper discharge pipe
(D2) from a G½ temperature relief
valve is 9.0m. Subtract the resistance
for 4 No. 22mm elbows at 0.8m each
= 3.2m.
Therefore
length
the
maximum
permitted
equates to 5.8m, which is less than
the actual length of 7m, therefore
calculate the next largest size.
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Table 2: Sizing of copper discharge pipe “D2” for common temperature relief valve outlet sizes
Subtract the resistance for 4 No.
28mm elbows at 1.0m each = 4m
Therefore the maximum
length equates to 14m.
permitted
As the actual length is 7m, a 28mm
(D2) copper pipe will be satisfactory.
- Where a single common discharge
pipe serves more than one system,
it should be at least one pipe size
larger than the largest individual
discharge
pipe
(D2)
to
be
connected.
- The discharge pipe should not be
connected to a soil discharge stack
unless the soil discharge stack is
capable of safely withstanding
temperatures
of
the
water
discharged, in which case, it should:
- contain a mechanical seal, which
allows water into the branch pipe
without allowing foul air from the
drain to be ventilated through the
tundish.
- there should be a separate
branch pipe with no sanitary
appliances connected to it.
- if plastic pipes are used as branch
pipes carrying discharge from a
safety device, they should be
either polybutalene (PB) or crosslinked
polyethylene
(PE-X)
complying
with
national
standards.
4.4.3
Termination of
Discharge Pipe
- “The discharge pipe (D2) from the
tundish should terminate in a safe
place where there is no risk to
persons in the vicinity of the
discharge.”
- Examples of acceptable discharge
arrangements are:
- “to a trapped gully with the end of
the pipe below a fixed grating and
above the water seal;
- downward discharges at low level;
i.e. up to 100mm above external
surfaces such as car parks, hard
standings, grassed areas etc. are
acceptable providing that a wire
cage or similar guard is positioned
to
prevent
contact,
whilst
maintaining visibility; and ,
- discharges at high level: e.g. into a
metal hopper and metal downpipe
with the end of the discharge pipe
clearly visible or onto a roof capable
of withstanding high temperature
discharges of water and 3m from
any plastic guttering system that
would collect such discharges.”
Note: As the discharge would
consist of high temperature water
and steam, asphalt, roofing felt
and non-metallic rainwater goods
may
be
damaged
by
such
discharges.
- be continuously marked with a
warning
that
no
sanitary
appliances should be connected
to the pipe.
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Maximum resistance allowed for a
straight length of 28mm copper
discharge pipe (D2) from a G½
temperature relief valve is: 18m
4.5 Limitations
between the water cylinder and the
cold water inlet group.
Due to the operating temperatures of
direct electric cylinders the water
hardness can considerably influence
the longevity of the immersion heater
element. Please consult local water
board for advice on maintenance
intervals.
Furthermore, it is recommended to
mount the vessel higher than the
cylinder to avoid having to drain the
cylinder
when
maintaining
and
replacing the expansion vessel.
5 Installation
5.1.1
Cold Water Inlet with
Inlet Control Group
Correctly Site the
Cylinder
Install the cylinder in an appropriate
location,
ensuring
all
of
the
recommendations
have
been
considered (see chapter 4.2).
5.1.2
Install the Inlet Group
The inlet group regulates the pressure
of the incoming mains water supply to
the cylinder and removes any debris
that might be water borne.
Note: Between the inlet group and
the cold water inlet on the
cylinder NO isolating device may
be fitted, as by doing so important
safety devices could be isolated!
5.1.3
Expansion Vessel
The expansion vessel is mandatory on
all Quantum cylinders and can be
connected directly to the cold water
inlet group, utilising the flexible hose
supplied
with
the
vessel.
The
expansion vessel should always be
fitted
in
accordance
with
the
manufacturer’s
instructions.
No
isolating device must be fitted
Figure 3: Connection of the Expansion
Vessel to the Inlet Group
It is important to check the
pre-charge pressure of the
expansion vessel membrane
before filling the cylinder. This
has been factory set to 3 bar.
The pre-charge should be
greater than or equal to 3bar.
Note: The expansion vessel must
be installed to the side of the
expansion relief valve on the inlet
group. To do this the blanking
plug must be removed and the
expansion vessel connected, as
shown in Figure 4.
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5.1
5.2.1
Balanced
Cold Water
Supply
Expansion
Vessel
Connection
Cold
Water to
Cylinder
Expansion
Relief
Valve
5.1.4
Balanced
Supply
Cold
Water
If a balanced cold water supply is
required a connection can be taken
from the bottom of the inlet group.
5.1.5
Drain Valve
5.2 Hot Water Outlet
The hot water pipe work is to be
directly connected to the hot water
outlet connection on the cylinder, see
Figure 1.
Pipe Insulation
It is recommended to insulate the hot
water pipe work from the cylinder to
the outlets, to reduce the energy
requirements for providing hot water.
It is also recommended to insulate all
other exposed pipework, such as the
T&P to the tundish, the coil flow and
return and the cold water inlet pipes.
5.3 Discharge Pipes from
Safety Devices
5.3.1
It is also recommended to install a
drain valve (not supplied) in the
lowest point of the cold water feed to
the cylinder. This allows the cylinder
to be drained in a controlled manner
should this become necessary.
Mixing
A thermostatic mixing valve may be
required
to
limit
the
outlet
temperature. In this case, the valve
should be installed following the
manufacturer’s instructions, ensuring
none of the safety equipment has
been isolated, (i.e. make sure the
connection to the thermostatic mixing
valve is taken after the safety
equipment of the inlet group).
5.2.2
Figure 4: Detail Showing the Connection of
the Expansion Vessel to the Inlet Group
Thermostatic
Valve
Discharge Pipe D1
- The temperature and pressure relief
valve must be discharged directly or
by way of a manifold via a short
length of metal pipe (D1) into a
tundish; and the discharge pipe
must be installed in a continuously
downward direction and in a frost
free environment. Water may drip
from the discharge pipe of the
pressure relief device and this pipe
must
be
left
open
to
the
atmosphere.
- The diameter of discharge pipe (D1)
should not be less than the nominal
outlet size of the safety device, e.g.
temperature relief valve.
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Cold
Water
from
Mains
- Where a manifold is used it should
be sized to accept and discharge the
total discharge from all the D1
discharge pipes connected to it.
Note: To comply with the Water
Supply
(Water
Fittings)
Regulations, the tundish should
incorporate a suitable air gap.
- The discharge pipe work from the
expansion relief valve must be
installed constantly falling to an
open point of discharge. It is
recommended to combine it with
the discharge of the temperature
and pressure relief valve.
It is important that the tundish
is positioned away from any
electrical components.
5.3.2
Discharge Pipe D2
For a detailed description of the
discharge pipework D2 see chapter
4.4.1.
5.3.3
Tundish
- The tundish should be vertical,
located in the same space as the
unvented hot water storage system
and be fitted as close as possible to,
and lower than, the safety device,
with no more than 600mm of pipe
between the valve outlet and the
tundish (see Figure 2).
- Discharge should be visible at the
tundish, where discharges may not
be apparent, e.g. in dwellings
occupied by people with impaired
vision or mobility, consideration
should be given to the installation of
a suitable safety device to warn
when discharge takes place, e.g.
electronically operated.
The main immersion heater and boost
immersion heater supplied with this
cylinder come pre-wired. A supply
cable shall be connected to the unit
through the entry in the electrical
enclosure, at the bottom of the
cylinder. Details are given on how to
do this in section 5.5 of this manual.
The electrical wiring diagram for the
product is shown in Figure 9.
The immersion heater incorporates an
independent non self-resetting over
temperature cut-out. Should the over
temperature cut-out operate, the
reset pin will be pushed upwards, and
become level or slightly proud of the
cover at the position marked “Safety”,
and the water in the cylinder will fail
to heat. This denotes a fault
somewhere in the system and an
appropriate investigation shall be
carried out before the cut-out is reset.
Use a suitable sized implement to
reset the pin by pushing it hard into
its original position.
Should it be necessary to remove the
thermostat
from
the
immersion
element, ensure that the contacts are
re-fitted correctly into the positions on
the element. Failure to do so carries
the risk of overheating the contacts
and thus damaging the appliance. A
torque of 40 Nm is recommended
when tightening up the immersion
after it has been removed and
refitted.
The
immersion
heater
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Note: The T&P valve is pre-sealed
and if moved the seal will be
broken, should this occur, it will
need to be resealed with an
appropriate sealant (Dimplex part
number R00836-1).
5.4 Immersion Heaters
thermostat must not be opened under
any circumstances.
Figure 5: Correct Operation of Immersion
Heater
Note: The cylinder must be filled
with water before switching on
the immersion heater. Failure to
do so will damage the element
and void any guarantee on the
product.
pole isolating switch which must have
a contact separation of at least 3mm
in all poles. The cables shall be
connected to the unit through the
entry in the electrical enclosure, at the
bottom of the cylinder and should be
connected to the cylinder as shown in
Figure 7.
The cables should be cable-tied
securely to the strain relief provided
and if required cable-tied to the
existing cabling on the right-hand
side.
The protective tape should be
removed from the contact area
between the hood and the cylinder
cladding before commissioning as per
Figure 8.
5.5 Electrical Connection
To access the electrical connection
panel, remove the enclosure hood by
removing the 4 retaining screws on
the sides, as shown in Figure 6. Please
take care when removing the hood, as
it is connected to the cylinder via an
earth cable and a cable to the UI. The
water cylinder requires two supply
cables. Where an off-peak supply
circuit is available this can be used
and connected to the ‘switched’ supply
connections marked on the terminal
block. Where only one wiring circuit is
available two supplies from this circuit
are required. Both supplies must be
connected through a separate double
Figure 6: Retaining Screw Positions
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The water cylinder has to be
connected in accordance with IEE
Wiring Regulations and the installer
carrying out the work has to be
suitably qualified. Before connecting
the cylinder, verify that all the wiring
connections on each of the elements
and thermostats have been installed
correctly, that they are secure and
that none of the wires are damaged.
Unscrew and insert
the appropriate wire
as per the applied
label and retighten
Figure 7: Supply Wiring Connections
Note:
The Boost connections must be connected in series with a toggle switch
which allows the external boost function to be utilised.
If an electronic timer switch from a previous installation is in place it must
be replaced with a single pole toggle switch which is wired from the B1
and B2 connections as shown in Figure 7.
The water temperature required from the boost function can then be set
from the UI and the boost element will automatically turn off once this
temperature is achieved in 55 litres of the water stored.
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The external boost connection on the Quantum cylinder is a contact wire
which must not be connected to the mains power supply.
tape
The two supply cables must
be fed through the bottom of
the enclosure
Cable ties [supplied] must be
used to secure the supply
cables into position along the
cable clamp.
Figure 8: Supply Cable Anchorage
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Remove
protective
before commissioning
Installation
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Figure 9: Wiring Schematic
Connection
Secondary Return
of
For cylinders that do not have a
dedicated
secondary
return
connection, it is possible to install a
secondary return by connecting a
swept - T to the cold water inlet of the
cylinder (see Figure 10).
The secondary return pipe should
incorporate a check valve and a WRAS
approved circulation pump; timer and
thermostat to be provided separately.
Where secondary return circuits are
used, then an additional expansion
vessel may be required.
The secondary
avoid:
return
loop
must
- stagnant water in long pipe runs
- long waiting times at draw off point
for hot water
- undue water wastage
To minimise the energy consumption
of the secondary return circuit and to
ensure
reliable
operation
it
is
important to consider:
- the control of the circulation pump
to
be
time
and
temperature
controlled
- the secondary return circuit pipe
work to be insulated
- the secondary return pump to be of
suitable material and specification
HW Outlet
To Taps
Swept-T
From Taps
Figure 10: Secondary Return Loop
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5.6
6 Commissioning
6)
Close the hot water tap.
At the time of commissioning,
complete all relevant sections of the
Benchmark Checklist located on the
inside back pages of this document.
7)
Check all joints for leaks, even
those not having been altered
especially
when
replacing
a
vented cylinder.
The
following
commissioning
procedures only detail the required
steps to be taken for the potable
water loop:
8)
Open temperature and pressure
relief valve to ensure proper
discharge and check after closing
that valve is not dripping.
1)
9)
Open expansion relief valve to
ensure proper discharge and
check after closing that valve is
not dripping.
2)
Make final mains connection on
combination valve and check all
connections and joints to ensure
they have been tightened and
secured correctly.
3)
Before turning on the mains
supply to the cylinder a hot water
tap should be opened, preferably
on the same floor or the floor
below where the cylinder is
located.
4)
Check the pre-charge in the
expansion vessel and ensure it is
at least 3 bar. Note actual
pressure on label on expansion
vessel.
5)
Turn on the supply to the cylinder
and fill until water runs from the
open hot water tap. Continue to
flush the system until all debris
has been removed.
10) Check all shower outlets, toilet
cisterns and other draw off points
for leaks or dripping (especially
when replacing a vented unit).
Open all water outlets to purge
air from pipe work and ensure
proper operation.
11) Adjust
immersion
heater
thermostat in accordance with
client requirements.
12) Instruct user in the operation of
the unit and hand over this
manual advising the owner of
annual service requirements.
13) Complete the technical data label
on the cylinder with legible and
permanent writing.
6.1 Verify Electronic
Operation
After the plumbing of the cylinder has
been fully commissioned and the
appliance connected to a suitable
electrical supply, the electrical supply
to the unit can be turned on.
The user interface should power up
and
a
battery
symbol
and
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Before
making
any
mains
connections to the inlet control
group, flush the mains pipework
out to ensure all debris has been
removed so as not to damage the
strainer within the combination
valve.
temperature should be visible on the
display screen.
The user interface consists of the
following components as shown:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
required option is highlighted press
and hold the selector dial for 5
seconds (see Figure 12 for how to
access the reset function).
6.2.2
Display Screen
“Menu” Button
“Back” Button
“Advance” Button
“Selector Dial”
-
2
1
3
5
Set Hygiene Mode
enter the service menu.
rotate the dial to select hygiene
and press the dial to select
hygiene mode can be set to either
Daily, Weekly, Monthly or Off
temperature for hygiene mode
operation can then be set between
a range of 60-75˚C (see Figure 12
for how to access the hygiene
function).
4
6.2.3
6.2 Initialise System
Settings and
Communications
The system settings of the cylinder
can now be verified, and or changed.
To access the service menu of the
appliance the back button, menu
button and selector dial, should be
pressed for 10 seconds.
From this menu it is possible to reset
the unit to the factory defaults and or
set up the appliance to communicate
with the utility via the hub.
6.2.1
-
The water can be controlled by the
utility via the RF module installed.
Where this communication mode is
not available the unit can be operated
in standalone mode (i.e. when
communications with the utility are
cut off, the cylinder operates in
standalone mode). In this mode the
heater tries to achieve 60°C at T1 and
tries to maintain this throughout the
day. The communications of the
appliance can be changed as shown in
Figure 12.
6.2.4
-
Reset
enter the service menu.
ensure that reset is highlighted,
and press the selector dial.
select using the selector dial if you
want to reset the temperature log,
the energy log or the full system to
the factory defaults. Once the
Communications
-
Set Cylinder Size
enter the service menu.
rotate the dial to select appropriate
cylinder size and press the dial to
select
6.2.5
RTC Calibration
Calibration of the Real Time Clock is
performed on initial commissioning
and should not be required by the
user unless changes are required to
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Figure 11: User Interface
Set
Mode
the electronic
cylinder.
6.2.6
-
-
components
on
the
Set Tariff
enter the service menu.
rotate the dial to select tariff and
press the dial to select
the tariff can be set to either Offpeak or Timed.
Off peak tariff heats the cylinder
using the bottom immersion heater
to the primary setpoint whenever
an off peak power supply is
available
Timed tariff requires that time
period is set during which the
cylinder will be heated to the
primary temperature setpoint
6.3 Confirmation of
Operation
Operation of the cylinder shall be
confirmed as follows:
a) with a cold tank, use a current
tester; or
Note: This should only be attempted
if the insulation may be disturbed
slightly without damage.
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b) verify that the outlet pipe feels
warm within 1 h of startup.
-+
-+
Reset
Hygiene
RF Module
Cylinder
RTC Calibrate
-+
Reset
Hygiene
RF Module
Cylinder
RTC Calibrate
-+
-+
60 … 75
Enable
0504030201
Cylinder
Size
125/150/210/250/300
Daily/Weekly/Monthly/
OFF
Service
Reset
Hygiene
RF Module
Cylinder
RTC Calibrate
-+
Tariff
Reset
Hygiene
RF Module
Cylinder
RTC Calibrate
Tariff
-+
Calibrate RTC
Oscillator
Tariff
No
125
Service
Off Peak
Yes
Timed
Cal Byte: 05
-+
-+
Hygiene
Daily
60°C

Off Peak
Time Period
-+
ON 23:00
OFF 07:00
Tariff
Off Peak
Timed
Selected
Figure 12: Service Menu for Factory Reset and Communications Set Up
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Temp/Counter/
Energy/Factory
60°C

Disable
-+
-+
-+
RF Module
Daily
Reset
Hygiene
RF Module
Cylinder
RTC Calibrate
Tariff
Tariff
Hygiene
Service

Service

10s

Service
-+
Reset
Push knob and
hold for 5 seconds
to reset
-+
Tariff
Tariff
Temp
&
Menu

Reset
Hygiene
RF Module
Cylinder
RTC Calibrate
&

Service

Back
Commissioning
7 Maintenance
to the drain valve and ensure a
safe discharge.
The maintenance of this
appliance must be carried
out by a suitably qualified
person
only.
It
is
recommended to maintain
the unit on an annual basis.
Isolate
all
electrical
supplies from the unit
before commencing work.
Danger of electrical shock!
1)
Draw some water from cold water
tap and retain in container.
2)
Isolate cold water mains supply
from cylinder.
3)
Briefly open temperature and
pressure relief valve, assure safe
discharge and check that valve is
not dripping when closed.
7)
Note the set pressure of the
pressure reducing valve. Remove
cartridge and clean strainer in
water provided in container. Reassemble pressure reducing valve
ensuring the correct pressure is
set.
8)
Periodically
the
immersion
heaters
should
be
removed
cleaned and the unit flushed out.
Check the O-ring seal for damage
and replace if necessary. A torque
of 40 Nm is recommended when
tightening up the immersion after
it has been removed and refitted.
9)
Check
electrical
wiring
connections and the condition of
the cable of the immersion heater
and the thermostat.
10) The immersion heater boss can
also be used for access to view
the internal components of the
cylinder.
11) Re-commission unit (see chapter
6).
4)
Briefly open expansion relief
valve, assure safe discharge and
check that valve is not dripping
when closed. The expansion relief
valve
should
be
operated
regularly to remove lime deposits
and to verify that it is not
blocked.
If the cylinder is not in use for
excess of 1 month, it must be
drained down by a competent
person
and
recommissioned
before use. Note: The immersion
must be switched off at the mains
before draining the cylinder.
5)
Open hot water tap and release
remaining pressure from unit.
If replacement parts are required,
please see Figure 13 for part
descriptions and part numbers.
6)
If
the
system
is
drained
completely
for
an
internal
inspection, ensure the hot water
tap remains open, connect a hose
Maintenance
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After servicing, complete the relevant
Service
Record
section
of
the
Benchmark Checklist located on the
inside back pages of this document.
To meet with warranty requirements
the
cylinder
must
be
serviced
annually.
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CLEANING
INSTRUCTIONS:
Clean
outer
cladding
of
cylinder with a soft cloth
dampened with warm water
only. Do not use abrasive or
aggressive
cleaning
materials, such as alcohol or
petroleum based solvents, as
this may damage the surface
of the product.
Maintenance
Description
Part No
Quantum
22mm x 3bar Inlet control group
R00041
P
Inlet control group PRV cartridge
R00009
P
12 litre expansion vessel
R00044
P
18 litre expansion vessel
R00045
P
24 litre expansion vessel
R00046
P
Expansion vessel fixing kit
R00094
P
DN16 3/4" BSP x 1000 flex pipe
R00095
P
1/2" BSP T&P valve
R00020
P
15 x 22 straight PE tundish
R00047
P
1 3/4" BSP 3kW Incoloy Imm &HLStat
R02888
P
Quantum EC U Asm
R02702
P
Quantum Sensor Triac Asm
R02728
P
Quantum C yl UI
R02710
P
QWC d125 Hood
R02936
P
QWC d150 Hood
R02937
P
QWC d210 Hood
R02938
P
QWC d250 Hood
R02939
P
QWC d300 Hood
R02940
P
Enclosure Top Asm
R02449
P
Enclosure Bottom Asm
R02451
P
Thread sealant
R00836
P
Quantum direct electric cylinder
installation & User Instructions manual
R02889
P
Terms and conditions
R01020
P
Figure 13: Replacement Part Numbers for Quantum Direct Electric Range of Cylinders
Spare Parts
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8 Spare Parts
9 Technical Data
Figure 14: Quantum Direct Electric Cylinder and Cross-Section (For Reference Only)
125
24
122
0.95
945
580
720
720
180
150
27
150
1.10
1115
580
890
890
180
210
34
218
1.41
1490
580
1265
1265
180
250
42
284
1.51
1765
580
1540
1540
180
300
48
313
1.96
2065
580
1840
1840
180
Table 3: Quantum Direct Electric Cylinder Dimensions
Note: All measurements are taken from the base of the cylinder to the mid-point on the item.
* Determined in accordance with EN160335-2-21.
Technical Data
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Quantum Direct Electric Cylinder Range
Reference
Weight [kg]
Reheat time [mins]*
Heat Loss [kWh]
Height [mm]
Outer Diameter [mm]
HW Outlet [mm]
T&P valve [mm]
CW Inlet [mm]
Quantum Direct Electric Cylinder Range
Other features
Approvals
Guarantee
- inner cylinder
- immersion heaters
- other components
125
150
150
210
250
300
Duplex stainless steel LDX2101
HIPS
Stainless steel
60mm PU foam (GWP=1, ODP=0)
70°C
3 bar
6 bar
1.5 bar
12 bar
15 l/min
22mm stainless steel
22mm stainless steel
1 ¾ F BSP 3kW
integral immersion heater thermostat and cut out
3 bar
6 bar
7 bar/90°C
12 bar
Over 60% in volume from recycled materials#
Surface mounted sensor devices for compatibility
and ease of maintenance
KIWA approval number:- 1112719
KIWA
KIWA
25 yrs.
2 yrs. - excluding the effects of lime scale or
other water borne contaminants
2 yrs. - excluding expansion vessel membrane
pressure
Table 4: Quantum Direct Electric Product Features
# Not including insulation
Technical Data
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Capacity
Materials
- inner cylinder
- outer cylinder
- inlet/outlet
- insulation
Maximum operating conditions
- potable water temperature
- operating pressure
- maximum design pressure
Cold water supply
- minimum dynamic pressure
- maximum pressure
- minimum flow rate
Connections
- cold water inlet
- hot water outlet
Immersion heater
Thermostatic control
- direct input
Safety components
- pressure reducing valve and strainer
- expansion relief valve
- temperature and pressure relief
valve
- factory pressure test
10 User Instructions
10.1 General
“This appliance can be used by children aged from 8
years and above and persons with reduced physical
sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and
knowledge if they have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way
and understanding the hazards involved. Children shall
not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user
maintenance shall not be made by children without
supervision.”
Please ensure that the installer has
fully
completed
the
Benchmark
Checklist on the inside back pages of
this document and that you have
signed it to say that you have
received a full and clear explanation of
its operation. The installer is legally
required to complete a commissioning
checklist as a means of complying
with
the
appropriate
Building
Regulations Part G3 (England and
Wales), Part P of Northern Ireland and
Section 6 of Scotland.
All installations must be notified to
Local Area Building Control either
directly or through a Competent
Persons
Scheme.
A
Building
Regulations Compliance Certificate will
then be issued to the customer who
should,
on
receipt,
write
the
Notification
Number
on
the
Benchmark Checklist.
This product should be serviced
annually to optimise its safety,
efficiency and performance. The
service engineer should complete the
relevant Service Record on the
Benchmark
Checklist
after
each
service.
The Benchmark Checklist will be
required in the event of any warranty
work.
10.2 Operation
The hot water temperature can be set
to
various
requirements.
It
is
recommended to set the hot water
temperature to between 45°C and
55°C.
Higher
temperatures
can
introduce more heat loss from the unit
and increase the risk of scalding
significantly. A thermostatic mixing
valve should be considered.
When turning on a hot tap for the first
time after a heat up period there
might be a short surge of water. This
is normal in unvented systems and
does not constitute a fault. Sometimes
the water may appear milky – this is
due to very fine air bubbles in the
water which will clear quickly.
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Please
read
the
following
statements carefully as it affects
your warranty:
10.2.1 User Interface
The user controls and settings are
assessable using the user interface as
indicated on Figure 1.
The user
interface consists of the following
components as shown in Figure 15.
Display Screen
“Menu” Button
“Back” Button
“Advance” Button
“Selector Dial”
To set the format for the date, time,
and temperature follow the steps
below:
-
2
1
3
Press the Menu Button
Select Date/Time/Temp by pressing
the control dial
Press the control dial to select
Format
Rotate the dial to navigate through
the formatting options to set the
DST (Daylight Saving Time date
(Off, UK, NA), and temperature (°C
or °F), and press to select
5
10.2.3 Setting the Date and
Time
4
To adjust the time or date, follow the
steps below:
Figure 15: User Interface
Access to the main menu is by
pressing the menu button on the User
interface (labeled 2 in Figure 15).
The following parameters can then be
set and changed by the user:
- format of time and date and the unit
of measure for the temperature
display (see Figure 16)
- setting of date and time, primary
and boost immersion heater set
temperature (see Figure 17)
- setting of timer modes (see Figure
20)
- display settings (see Figure 18)
-
Press the Menu Button
Select Time/Temp by pressing the
control dial
Rotate the dial to select Set and
press the dial to select
Press the dial to select Set
Date/Time
Rotate the dial to select the correct
‘day’ and press the dial to select
Rotate the dial to select the correct
month and year and press to select
Rotate the dial to select the correct
time and press to select
10.2.4 Setting
the
Primary
and Boost Immersion
Heater Temperature
Setting the temperature is under the
same menu as the date and time:
-
Press the Menu Button
Select Date/Time/Temp by pressing
the control dial
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
10.2.2 Choosing a Format for
the Date/Time and/or
Temperature Display
-
Rotate the dial to select Set and
press the dial to select
Rotate the dial to select Set Temp
and press the dial to select
Press the dial to select Primary
Temp to set the primary immersion
temperature or rotate the dial to
Boost Temp and press the dial to
select the Boost temperature set
point
at that moment of time and the
available hot water volume
relating to the set temperature
(stored now). Should the
temperature be higher than the
set temperature, then the
mixed water volume to the set
temperature is stated.
DeBoost
History – gives the energy
consumption in kWh available
for day -1, week-1, month-1,
and the total energy that the
unit has consumed since it has
been installed.
This is accessed from the Home
screen and will be active until the
boost temperature is achieved:
The colour of the display will turn red
once 48 °C is exceeded.
10.2.5 Activate
and
activate
the
Immersion
- press the advance button to activate
- press the advance button again to
de-activate (see Figure 19)
10.2.6 Accessing Energy and
Temperature
Information
The Quantum cylinder also provides
information about the hot water
stored. Information is provided on
the current status of the cylinder as
well as some historical data. This
information is accessed by pressing
the selector dial for 3 seconds to
display the user information menu;
three choices are available:
1. Temperature – Displays the
current, minimum and maximum
temperatures recorded by the four
temperature sensors
2. Energy
i.
Current – Displays current
energy consumption by the
immersion
heater,
storage
capacity is the remaining
storage capacity in the cylinder
ii.
Above this temperature is generally
considered to be unsafe and could
cause a serious scald. The user should
always run the cold tap first when
filling a bath and test the water before
getting into a bath or shower. The
recommended
temperature
for
bathing is 37°C.
3. Counter - Displays the total
number of hours logged utilising
the boost function.
10.2.7 Accessing and Setting
Timer Modes
To access and select Holiday Mode or
No Control, follow the steps below:
- Press the menu button
- Rotate the dial to select Timer
Mode and press the dial to select
- Rotate the dial to select one of
Holiday or No Control and press the
dial to select
- Set the desired timer conditions
and press the dial to confirm
Holiday mode disables all heating
during the selected holiday period.
The holiday period consists of the
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-
remainder of the current day plus the
number of holidays selected in the
timer mode menu.
10.3
Maintenance
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DANGER: The maintenance of
this appliance shall be carried
out by a suitably qualified
person only. The unit should
be maintained on an annual
basis. Isolate all electrical
supplies from the unit before
commencing work.
Danger of electrical shock!
See Section 7.
Operation
Set DST
Format Temp
OFF
°C
UK
°F
Canada
-+
Time/Temp
Set DST
Format Temp

-+
-+
Time/Temp
Set DST
Format Temp
-+
Time/Temp
Format
-+
Main Menu
Time/Temp
Timer Mode
Display
*Start by pressing
Menu button to access
the main menu
Figure 16: How to Change the Format of Time and Temperature
Operation
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Set
Primary
Temperature
60°C
Boost
Temperature
25 … 75°C
-+
60°C
Date/Time
Set Temp

-+
Set Temp
THU
Primary
-+
Primary
08:46
*
SUN/MON/TUE/
WED/THU/FRI/SAT
2014/01/01
Boost
1-31,01-12,2012-2050
Boost
00-24,00-12,00-59,AM/PM
-+
Time/Temp
Set Time

-+
Time/Temp
-+
Set Temp
Set Time
Set Temp
Time/Temp
Date/Time
Format
Format
Set
Set
-+
Main Menu
Time/Temp
Timer Mode
Display
*Start by pressing
Menu button to access
the main menu
Figure 17: How to Set the Current Date, Time, Primary and Boost Temperature Set Point
Operation
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-+
50 %
Adjust
Brightness
-+
100%
-+
Rotate knob
to adjust
Rotate knob
to adjust
-+
Display

-+
Display
Contrast
-+
Contrast
Brightness


Adjust
Contrast
Brightness
*Start by pressing
Menu button to access
the main menu
-+ -+
Time/Temp
Main Menu
Time/Temp
-+
Timer Mode
Timer Mode
Display
Display
Main Menu
Time/Temp
Timer Mode
Display
Figure 18: How to Adjust the Display Settings of the User Interface

55°C
Advance
55°C
Boost
Figure 19: How to Activate and De-activate the Boost Immersion Heater
Operation
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Main Menu



-+
Main Menu

Time/Temp
-+
Time/Temp
Timer Mode
Display
-+
Timer Mode
Holiday
No Control

Timer Mode
-+
No Control
-+
Holiday
-+
Holiday
No Timers
Active Days
14
1 … 180


Selected
-+
Holiday

Selected
Figure 20: How to Set Timer Modes
Operation
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Timer Mode
Display
Main Menu
User Info
-+
Temperature


-+
User Info
Temperature
Energy
Energy
Energy
Counter
Counter
Counter
-+
Energy
Boost
Current
-+
Energy
Temperature
Current
Current
History
History
-+
T4 = 60°C
T3 = 60°C
T2 = 50°C
0h0m
T1 = 15°C
-+
Current/Min/Max
Counter

-+
-+
History
11.5 kWh
Day-1/Week-1/
Month-1/Total
Day -1
Current
Consumption
3000 W
Capacity
5.5 kWh
Hot water
125 litres
Figure 21: How to Access the System Information on the User Interface
Operation
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User Info
Temperature
10.4 Troubleshooting
B No hot water
C Intermittent
water
discharge
through
tundish on
warm-up
D Continuous
discharge
Cause
A.1 Stop valve closed
A.2 Strainer blocked
A.3 Pressure reducing valve
fitted against flow
B.1 Timer/Programmer not set
correctly
B.2 Indirect heating
malfunction
B.3 Direct heating malfunction
B.4 Indirect/direct heating high
limit thermostat has tripped
C.1 Expansion vessel lost
charge
D.1 Pressure reducing valve not
working
D.2 Pressure relief or T&P valve
not seating correctly
D.3 Malfunction of high limit
thermostat or appliance
E Leakage from
casing
F Hot water
from cold tap
E.1 Compression/threaded
joints not formed correctly
F.1 Hot pipe work being routed
adjacent to cold pipe work
F.2 Leaking seal in mixer tap
G Metallic noise
from system
H Humming
noise from
system during
re-heat
G.1 Pipe work not sufficiently
supported
H.1 Air in system
H.2 Flow rate well in excess of
specification
Solution
A.1 Open stop valve
A.2 Turn water supply off,
clean strainer and recommission
A.3 Re-fit with arrow showing
in direction of flow
B.1 Set timer/programmer
correctly
B.2 Consult indirect heating
system instructions
B.3 Call for qualified person
to check immersion
heater
B.4 Reset limit thermostat(s)
and inform installer
C.1 Check expansion vessel
(see
commissioning/maintena
nce), top up or replace
D.1 Check pressure after
valve and replace if
faulty
D.2 Manually lift valve once
or twice to clear debris,
otherwise replace
D.3 Check function of
thermostats and
appliances
E.1 Re-seal joints with care
F.1 Insulate hot pipe work or
re-route
F.2 Replace seals in mixer
tap
G.1 Add extra pipe work
fixings
H.1 Bleed system thoroughly
and re-pressurize
H.2 Reduce pump speed
Troubleshooting
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Fault
A No water
from hot
water taps
10.5 Overall View of User Interface
Primary
Temperature
60°C
Boost
Temperature
25 … 75°C
Se
R
Hy
RF M
Cy
RTC C
60°C
T
-+
Primary
-+
Primary
OFF
THU
°F
2014/01/01
08:46
&
Menu
-+
10s
-+
-+
Set DST

-+
Time/Temp
-+
Format Temp
Set DST
Set Time
Format Temp
Re
T
Boost
-+
Set Temp
Time/Temp
Set Time
Adjust
Contrast
Set Temp
50 %
Rot
to
&
Back
3s
Format
Date/Time
Display

-+

55°C
-+
Format
Contrast
-+
Set
Brightness
Set
-+
Advance
Menu
55°C
Time/Temp
-+
Timer Mode
Display
Main Menu

55°C
-+
Main Menu


-+
-+
-+
Time/Temp
Time/Temp
-+
Timer Mode
Main Menu
Time/Temp
Timer Mode
Display
Display
Boost
Timer Mode
-+
Holiday
No Control
No Control
Holiday
-+
3s +
-+
Temperature

-+
User Info
-+
-+
User Info
Holiday
Temperature
Active Days
14
Energy
Energy
Energy
Counter
Counter
Counter
No Timers
1 … 180


Selected
-+
Counter
Current
-+
Energy
-+
Temperature
Current
Current
History
History
-+
T4 = 60°C
T3 = 60°C
T2 = 50°C
0h0m
T1 = 15°C
-+
-+
History
11.5 kWh
Day-1/Week-1/
Month-1/Total
Day -1
Current/Min/Max
Boost
Energy

-+
Holiday

Selected
Current
Consumption
3000 W
Capacity
5.5 kWh
Hot water
125 litres
User Interface
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Temperature
Timer Mode
-+


  
User Info

-+
55°C
A
Brig
-+
Rotate knob
to adjust
-+
Push
hold fo
to
-+
Time/Temp
Time/Temp
Boost
00-24,00-12,00-59,AM/PM

&
Back
1-31,01-12,2012-2050
Temp/Counter/
Energy/Factory
Canada
°C
SUN/MON/TUE/
WED/THU/FRI/SAT
UK
-+
Set Temp

Format Temp
-+
Set Temp

Set DST
Date/Time
D
C
Br
-+
-+
Set Temp
Primary
-+
Primary
Daily/Weekly/Monthly/
OFF
Push knob and
hold for 5 seconds
to reset
+
Enable
0504030201


-+
Tariff
50 %
-+
100%
Rotate knob
to adjust
Rotate knob
to adjust
Tariff
-+
Cylinder
Size
Calibrate RTC
Oscillator
125
Yes
Tariff
No
Off Peak
Timed
Cal Byte: 05

-+
-+
Hygiene
Daily
60°C

Off Peak
Time Period
ON 23:00
OFF 07:00
-+
Tariff
Off Peak
Timed
Selected
-+
-+
Display
Contrast
-+
Brightness
Adjust
Brightness
Service
Reset
Hygiene
RF Module
Cylinder
RTC Calibrate
Display
Contrast
Brightness
-+
Main Menu
Time/Temp
Timer Mode
Display
Quantum Water Heater v06.
User Interface
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Set Temp

Set Time

Disable
60 … 75
Service
Reset
Hygiene
RF Module
Cylinder
RTC Calibrate
-+
Adjust
Contrast

me/Temp
60°C
-+
-+
-+
RF Module
Daily
Service
Reset
Hygiene
RF Module
Cylinder
RTC Calibrate
Tariff
-+
Hygiene
Temp
Boost
-+
Tariff
-+
Reset
Temp/Counter/
Energy/Factory
Boost
Service
Reset
Hygiene
RF Module
Cylinder
RTC Calibrate
125/150/210/250/300

-+
et Temp
-+
Tariff
Tariff
+
Service
Reset
Hygiene
RF Module
Cylinder
RTC Calibrate

Service
Reset
Hygiene
RF Module
Cylinder
RTC Calibrate
60°C

Boost
Temperature
25 … 75°C

60°C

Primary
mperature
Notes
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Notes
Installation and User Instructions R02889-3 04/14
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Dimplex a division of GDC Group Ltd
Millbrook House Grange Drive, Hedge End, Southampton SO30 2DF
Tel.: 0845 600 5111
e-mail: [email protected]
www.dimplex.co.uk
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