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Connection
Operation
Troubleshooting
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RESOL D e lt a S o l ® C/1
en
Manuel
Thank you for buying this RESOL product.
Please read this manual carefully, to get the best performance from this unit.
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Table of comtents
Safety advice.......................................................................................... 2
Overview of functions and technical data..................................... ......3
1.
Installation................................................................................. 4
1.1
Mounting........................................................................................................... 4
1.2
Electrical connection..................................................................................... 5
1.2.1 Terminal allocation......................................................................................... 5
2.
Operation and function............................................................ 6
2.1
Commissioning and buttons for adjustment............................................ 6
2.2
System Monitoring-Display.......................................................................... 6
2.2.1 Channel display............................................................................................... 6
2.2.2 Toolbar.............................................................................................................. 6
2.2.3 System-Screen................................................................................................. 7
2.3
Flashing codes.................................................................................................. 7
3.
Control parameters and dislpay channels.............................. 8
3.1
Overview of channels.................................................................................... 8
3.1.1-5 Display channels.............................................................................................. 9
3.1.6-16Adjustment channels....................................................................................10
4.
Troubleshooting...................................................................... 13
4.1
Various............................................................................................................14
5.
Accessory................................................................................ 16
Imprint................................................................................................. 16
Subject to change without prior no­tice. Errors excepted
CE-Declaration of conformity
The product complies with the relevant directives and is
therefore labelled with the CE mark. The Declaration of
Conformity is available upon request, please contact RESOL.
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Safety advice
Please pay attention to the following
safety advice in order to avoid danger
and damage to people and property.
Appropriate usage
This product is to be used in simple
solar thermal systems in com­pliance
with the technical data specified in
these instructions.
Improper use excludes all liability
claims
Instructions:
Attention should be paid to
-valid local regulations
-the statutory provisions for prevention of industrial accidents,
-the statutory provisions for environmental protection,
-the Health and Safety at Work Act
1974
-Part P of the Building Regulations
2005
-BS7671 Requirements for electrical
installations and relevant safety regulations of DIN, EN, DVGW, TRGI,
TRF and VDE.
These instructions are exclusively
addressed to authorised skilled personnel.
-Only qualified electricians should
carry out installation and maintenance work.
-Initial installation should be carried
out by named qualified personnel
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Overview of functions
• System-Monitoring display
• up to 4 temperature sensors
Pt1000
• heat quantity balancing
• function control
• user-friendly operation through
easy handling
• easy-to-mount housing in
outstanding design
• RESOL VBus®
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Scope of delivery:
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1 x accessory bag
1 x spare fuse T2A
2 x screws and dowels
4 x strain relief and screw
Additionally contained in the full kit
1 x sensor FKP6
1 x sensor FRP6
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Technical Data
Housing: plastic, PC-ABS and PMMA
Protection type: IP 20 / DIN 40050
Ambiant temp.: 0 ... 40 °C
Dimensions: 172 x 110 x 46 mm
Mounting: wall mounting, also suitable
for mounting into patch panels
Display: System-Monitor for system visualisation, 16-segment display,
7-segment display, pictograms
Operation: 3 push buttons at the
front of the housing
Functions: Temperature differential controller with optional add-on
functions. function control according
to BAW-guidelines, operating hours
counter, tube collector function, and
heat quantity measurement
Inputs: for 4 temperature sensors
Pt1000
Output: 1 standard relay
Bus: RESOL VBus®
Power supply: 100 ... 220V~
Total switching capacity:
2 (1) A (100 ... 240) V~
Mode of operation:
Type 1.b
Switching capacity per relay:
Electromechanical relay:
2 (1) A (100 ... 240) V~
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Example D e lt a S o l ® C/1
standard solar system
Order notes
RESOL D e lt a S o l ® C/1
RESOL D e lt a S o l ® C/1 - Full kit
incl. 2 temperature sensors Pt1000 (1 x FKP6, 1 x FRP6)
Installation
1.1 Mounting
display
cover
push button
cable conduit with
strain relief
fuse
130
fastening
base
fastening
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WARNING!
Always disconnect the controller
from power supply before opening the housing!
The unit must only be located in dry interior locations. It
is not suitable for installation in hazardous locations and
should not be placed close to any electromagnetic fields.The
controller must additionally be supplied from a double pole
switch with contact gap of at least 3 mm. Please pay attention to separate routing of sensor cables and mains cables.
1. Unscrew the cross-head screw from the cover and remove it along with the cover from the housing.
2. Mark the upper fastening point on the wall and drill and
fasten the enclosed wall plug and screw leaving the head
protruding.
3. Hang the housing from the upper fastening point and
mark the lower fastening point through the hole in the
terminal box (centres 130 mm). Drill and insert the lower
wall plug.
4. Hang the housing from the upper fastening point and
tighten lower fastening screw.
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1.2 Electrical connection
fuse
IP 20
T2A
100 ... 240 V~
50-60 Hz
VBus
9
10
load terminals
sensor terminals
ground terminals
mains terminals
Electrostatic discharge can cause damage of electronic
components!
High-voltage components!
The power supply to the controller must be carried out via
an external power switch (last step!) and the supply voltage
must be 100 ... 240 V~ (50 ... 60 Hz). Flexible cables must be
attached to the housing with the enclosed strain relief and
the corresponding screws.
The controller is equipped with 1 relay to which loads such
as pumps, valves etc. can be connected:
• Relay 1
18 = conductor R1
17 = neutral conductor N
13 = ground clamp
The temperature sensors (S1 to S4) have to be connected to the following terminals (either polarity):
1 / 2 = sensor 1 (e. g. sensor collector 1)
3 / 4 = sensor 2 (e. g. sensor store 1)
5 / 6 = Sensor 3 (temperature sensor S3)
7 / 8 = sensor 4 (e. g. sensor store TRF)
The mains connection is at the terminals:
19 = neutral conductor N
20 = conductor L
12 = ground clamp
The controller is equipped with the RESOL VBus® for
data transfer with and energy supply to external modules.
The connection is carried out at the two terminals 9 and
10 marked “VBus®“ (either polarity). One or more RESOL
VBus® mo­dules can be connected via this data bus:
• RESOL calorimeter
• RESOL large display / Smart Display
• RESOL Datalogger
1.2.1
Terminal allocation
Standard solar system with 1 store, 1 pump and 3
sensors. Sensor S4 / TRF can optionnally be used for heat
quantity measurement.
S1
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R1
S3
S4 / TRF
S2
Symbol
S1
S2
S3
S4 / TRF
R1
Description
collector sensor
store base sensor
store top sensor
(optional)
Sensor for heat quantity
measurement (optional)
solar pump
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2.
Operation and function
2.1
Commissioning and buttons for
adjustment
2.2
1
forwards
3
SET
(selection/adjustment mode)
2
backwards
Connect the controller to the mains. The controller is in
an initialisation phase. After this phase, the controller is in
automatic operation with factory settings.
The controller is then ready for operation and normally the
factory settings will give close to optimum operation.
The controller is operated via the 3 push buttons below
the display. The forward-button (1) is used for scrolling
forward through the menu or to increase the adjustment
values. The backward-button (2) is similarly used for scrolling backwards and reducing values.
In order to access the adjustment mode, scroll down in the
display menu and press the forward button (1) for approx.
2 seconds after you have reached the last display item. If
icon
an adjustment value is shown on the display, the
is displayed. Now, you can access the adjustment mode by
using button 3.
— Press buttons 1 and 2 in order to select a channel
appears (flashing)
— Briefly press button 3,
( -mode)
— adjust the requested value by pressing the buttons 1 and 2
permanently appears,
— Briefly press button 3, so that
the adjusted value will be saved.
System-Monitoring display
The system monitoring display consists of 3 ranges :
The channel display, the toolbar and the system-screen
(active arrangement).
System Monitoring-Display
2.2.1 Channel display
Channel display
The channel display consists of 2 lines.The upper line is an
alpha-numeric 16-segment display (text display) for displaying channel names and menu items. In the lower 7-segment
display, the channel values and the adjustment parameters
are displayed.
Temperatures and temperature differences are indicated
in
or .
2.2.2 Toolbar
The additional symbols in the toolbar indicate the actual
system status.
Symbol normal
flashing
relay 1 active
store maximum limitation active
/ maximum store temperature
exceeded
antifreeze function active
+
+
collector cooling function active
recooling function active
collector minimum limitation
active
antifreeze function active
Kollektornotabschaltung aktiv
oder Speichernotabschaltung
sensor fault
manual mode
change of adjustment channel
SET-mode
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2.2.3 System-Screen
The system screen (active arrangement) shows the scheme
which has been selected. The screen consists of several
system component symbols, which are - depending on the
current status of the system - either flashing, permanently
shown or „hidden“.
System screen
sensor
store sensor top
collector
pump
sensor
store heat exchanger
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2.3 Flashing codes
store
collector
with collector sensor
temperature sensor
store
with heat exchanger
pump
• Pump symbols are flashing during the initialisation phase
• Sensor symbols are flashing when the corresponding sensor display channel is selected.
• Sensor symbols are flashing in the case of a sensor fault.
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3.
Control parameters and display channels
3.1 Overview of channels
Legend:
x

Only if the option heat quantity measurement is activated
(OHQM), will the corresponding channel be available.
Corresponding channel is available.
x*
Corresponding channel is available when the corresponding
option is enabled
Note:
Only if temperature sensors are connected, will S3 and S4
be displayed.
channel
description
page

Only if the option heat quantity measurement is deactivated
(OHQM), will the corresponding channel be available.
MEDT
Only if an antifreeze (MEDT) other than water or Tyfocor LS / G-LS (MEDT 0 or 3) is used, will the channel
antifreeze concentration (MED%) be displayed.
channel
description
page
OCX
option collector cooling collector
1
11
COL
temperature collector 1
9
TST
temperature store 1
9
TST
temperature store
9
CMX
maximum temperature collector 1
11
OCN
option minimum limitationcollector 1
11
CMN
minimun temperature collector 1
11
OCF
option antifreeze collector 1
12
CFR
antifreeze temperature collector 1
12
S3
temperature Sensor 3
9
TRF
temperature return sensor
9
S4
temperature Sensor 4
9
hP
operating hours relay 1
9
kWh
heat quantity kWh
10
MWh
heat quantity MWh
10
DT O
switch-on temperature difference
10
OREC
option recooling
12
pption tube collector
12
switch-off temperature difference 1
10
OHQM
option heat quantity measurement
12
S MX
maximum temperature store 1
11
FMAX
Maximum flowrate
12
EM
emergency temperature collector 1
11
MEDT
antifreeze type
12
MED%
antifreeze concentration
12
HND1
Manual operation relay 1
12
LANG
language
12
PROG
program number
VERS
version number
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3.1.1 Collector temperature
COL:
Collector temperature
Display range: -40 ... +250 °C
Displays the actual collector temperature.
• COL : collector temperature
3.1.2 Store temperatures
TST:
Store temperature
Display range: -40 ... +250 °C
Displays the actual store temperature.
• TST : store temperature
3.1.3 Sensors 3 and 4
S3, S4:
Sensor temperatures
Display range: -40 ... +250 °C
Display of the current temperature at the corresponding
additional sensor without control function.
• S3 : temperature Sensor 3
• S4 : temperature Sensor 4
Note:
Only if temperature sensors are connected, will S3 and S4
be displayed.
3.1.4 Other temperatures
TRF:
Other measured
temperatures
Display range: -40 ... +250 °C
Display of the current temperature at the sensor.
• TRF : temperature - return
3.1.5 Operating hours counter
h P: Operating hours
counter
Display channel
The operating hours counter accumulates the solar operating hours of the relay (h P). Full hours are displayed.
The accumulated operating hours can be set back to zero.
As soon as one operating hours channel is selected, the symbol
is displayed. Press the SET (3) button for approx. 2
seconds in order to access the RESET-mode of the counter.
The display symbol
will flash and the operating hours
will be set to 0. Confirm the reset with the
button in
order to finish the reset.
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In order to interrupt the RESET-process, do not press a
button for about 5 seconds. The display returns to the
display mode.
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3.1.6Heat quantity measurement
OHQM: Heat quantity
measurement
Adjustment range: OFF...ONFactory setting: OFF
FMAX: Flow rate in l/min
Adjustment range 0...20,
in 0.1 steps
Factory setting: 6,0
MEDT: Antifreeze type
Adjustment range: 0...3
Factory setting: 1
Heat quantity measurement is possible if a flowmeter is
used. For this purpose, the heat quantity measurement option OHQM has to be enabled.
The flow rate should be read from the flowmeter (l/min)
and has to be adjusted in the channel FMAX. Antifreeze
type and concentration of the heat transfer medium have
to be adjusted in the channels MEDT and MED%.
Antifreeze type:
0 : water
1 : propylene glycol
2 : ethylene glycol
3 : Tyfocor® LS / G-LS
MED%: Antifreeze concentration in (Vol-) %
When MEDT 0 or 3 is used,
the parameter MED% is
‚hidden‘.
Adjustment range: 20... 70
Factory setting: 45
kWh/MWh:Heat quantity
kWh / MWh
Display channel
The flow rate as well as the reference sensors S1 (flow) and
S4 (return) are used for calculating the heat quantity supplied. It is shown in kWh in the channel kWh uand in MWh
in the channel MWh .The overall heat quantity results from
the sum of both values.
The accumulated operating hours can be set back to zero.
As soon as one of the display channels of the heat quantity
is selected, the symbol
is displayed. Press the SET (3)
button for approx. 2 seconds in order to access the RESETmode of the counter. The display symbol
will flash and
the heat quantity value will be set to 0. Confirm the reset
with the
button in order to finish the reset.
In order to interrupt the RESET process, no button should
be pressed for about 5 seconds. The display returns to the
display mode.
DT A:Switch-off temperature
difference
Adjustment range: 0,5 ... 19,5K
Factory setting: 4.0
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This function is a standard differential control. If the switchon differential (DT O) is reached, the pump is operated. If
the temperature difference falls below the adjusted switchoff temperature difference (DT F) the controller switches
off.
Note: The switch-on temperature difference must be at least
1 K higher than the switch-off temperature difference.
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4.1.7 ∆T-regulation
DT O: Switch-on temperature difference
Adjustment range: 1,0 ...
20,0KFactory setting: 6.0
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3.1.8 Store maximum temperature
S MX: Maximum store temperature
Adjustment range: 2 ... 95 °C
Factory setting: 60 °C
If the adjusted maximum temperature is exceeded, the store
will no longer be loaded in order to avoid damage caused by
overheating. If the maximum store temperature is exceeded,
(flashing) is shown on the display.
Note: The controller is equipped with a store emergency
shutdown function, which prevents the store from being
loaded when the store temperature exceeds 95 °C.
3.1.9Collector-limit temperature Collector emergency shutdown
EM: Collector emergeny shutdown temperature
Adjustment range: 110 ... 200°C
Factory setting: 140 °C
3.1.10System cooling
OCX: Option system cooling
Adjustment range: OFF ... ON
Factory setting: OFF
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CMX: Maximum collector
temperature
Adjustment range: 100 ... 190 °C
Factory setting: 120 °C
If the adjusted collector emergency shutdown temperature
(EM) is exceeded, the controller will switch off the solar
pump (R1) in order to protect the system against overheating (collector emergency shutdown).The factoring setting is
140 °C but it can be changed within the adjustment range of
110 ... 200 °C. If the temperature is exceeded, (flashing) is
shown on the display.
When the adjusted maximum store temperature is reached,
the system stagnates. If the collector temperature increases
to the adjusted maximum collector temperature (CMX)
the solar pump is activated until the collector temperature
falls below the maximum collector temperature. The store
temperature may increase (subordinate active maximum
store temperature), but only up to 95 °C (emergency shutdown of the store).
If OREC is additionnally enabled:
If the store temperature is higher than the maximum store
temperature (S MX) and if the collector temperature is at
least 5 K below the store temperature, the solar system
remains activated until the store is cooled down below the
adjusted maximum temperature (S MX) via the collector
and the pipework.
If the system cooling function is enabled,
(flashing) is
shown on the display.Due to the cooling function, the system will have a longer operation time on hot summer days
and guarantees thermal relief of the collector field and the
heat transfer fluid.
3.1.11 Minimum collector function
The minimum collector temperature is the minimum temperature which must be exceeded for the solar pump (R1)
to switch on.The minimum temperature prevents the pump
from being switched on too often at low collector temperatures. If the temperature falls below the minimum temperature,
(flashing) is shown on the display.
OCN: Minimum collector
function
Adjustment range: OFF / ON
Factory setting: OFF
CMN: Minimum collector
temperature
Adjustment range: 10 ... 90 °C
Factory setting: 10 °C
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OCF: Antifreeze function
Adjustment range: OFF / ON
Factory setting: OFF
CFR: Antifreeze temperature
Adjustment range: -10 ...10 °C
Factory setting: 4,0 °C
3.1.13 Recooling function
OREC: Recooling
Adjustment range: OFF... ON
Factory setting: OFF
3.1.14 Tube collector function
O TC: Tube collector function
Adjustment range: OFF ... ON
Factory setting: OFF
3.1.15 Operating mode
HND1:
Operating mode
Adjustment range:
OFF, AUTO, ON
Factory setting: AUTO
3.1.16 Language (LAN)
LANG:
Language choice
Adjustment range:
dE, En, It, Fr
Factory setting: En
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The antifreeze function activates the loading circuit between
the collector and the store when the temperature falls below the adjusted antifreeze temperature. This will protect
the fluid against freezing or coagulating. If the adjusted antifreeze temperature is exceeded by 1 °C, the loading circuit
will be deactivated.
Note: Since this function uses the limited heat quantity of the
store, the antifreeze function should be used in regions with
few days of temperatures around the freezing point.
If the adjusted maximum store temperature (S MX) is
reached, the controller keeps the solar pump running in
order to prevent the collector from being overheated.
The store temperature may increase, but only up to 95 °C
(emergency shutdown of the store).
The solar pump is switched on as soon as possible (depending on weather conditions). It is switched off when the store
is cooled down to the adjusted maximum temperature via
the collector and the pipework.
If the controller detects an increase in collector temperature by 2 K compared to the previously stored collector
temperature, the solar pump will be switched-on for about
30 seconds in order to detect the fluid temperature. After
this, the current collector temperature will be saved as a
new reference value. If the measured temperature (new
reference value) is exceeded by 2 K, the solar pump will
run for 30 seconds. SIf the switch-on difference between the
collector and the store is exceeded during the runtime of
the solar pump or the standstill of the system, the controller
will automatically switch to solar loading.
If the collector temperature deacreases by 2 K during standstill, the switch-on value for the tube collector function will
be recalculated.
For control and service work, the operating mode of the
controller can be manually adjusted. For this purpose, select
the adjustment value HND1.The following adjustments can
be carried out:
OFF :
AUTO:
(flashing) +
relay off
relay in automatic operation
ON :
relay on
(blinkend) +
In this channel, different languages are available.
• dE : German
• En : English
• It : Italian
• Fr : French
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4.Troubleshooting
If a malfunction occurs, a notification is given on the display
of the controller:
fuse T2A
IP 20
Warning symbol
T2A
100 ... 240 V~
50-60 Hz
VBus
9
10
On the display appears the symbol
.
and the symbol
Sensor defect. An error code is shown
on the relevant sensor indication channel
instead of a temperature.
888.8
- 88.8
Line break. Check
the line.
Short-circuit. Check the line.
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Pt1000-temperature ­s en­s ors pinched
off can be checked with an ohmmeter.
In the following the resistance values
corresponding to different temperatures
are listed.
Resistance values of
the Pt1000-sensors
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5.1Various:
Pump is overheated, but no heat transfer from collector
to the store, feed flow and return flow are equally warm,
perhaps also bubble in the lines.
Pump starts for a short moment, switches-off, switches-on
again, etc. („controller hunting“)
Air in the system?
Is the temperature difference at the controller
too small?
no
yes
Is the collector circuit
plugged at the dirt trap?
Exhaust the system; increase system pressure
to at least static primary
pressure plus 0,5 bar; if
necessary continue to
increase, switch the pump
for a short time off and
on.
no
Wrong placing of the
collector sensor?
no
yes
yes
yes
Clean the dirt trap
Plausibility control of the
option tube collector special function?
Change ∆T on and ∆Toff
accordingly.
no
o.k.
Mount the collector sensor at solar feed flow
(warmest collector output); use the immersion
sleeve of the respective
collector.
Pump starts up very late and soon stops working soon.
The temperature difference between store and collector
increases enormously during operation; the collector circuit cannot dissipate the heat.
Switch-on-temperature
difference ∆Ton too
large?
Collector circuit pump
defect ?
no
yes
Change ∆T on and ∆Toff
accordingly.
yes
Control / replace
Heat exchanger calcified?
Collector sensor un­favour­
able placed (e.g. contact
sensor instead of immersion
sleeve sensor?
yes
no
no
yes
Decalification
If necessary activate tube
collector function.
Heat exchanger plugged?
o.k.
yes
Cleaning
Heat exchanger too
small?
yes
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Replace with correctly
sized one.
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a
b
Stores are cooled during the night.
Control the return flow
preventer in warm water
circulation- o.k.
Does collector circuit
pump run during the
night?
no
yes
Collector temperature is
at night higher than ambient temperature.
no
yes
yes
Check the controller
functions
no
Is store insulation close
enough to the store?
yes
no
no
Warm water outflow
upwards?
no
yes
Intensify the insulation.
The solar circuit pump does not work although the collector is obviously warmer than the store.
Replace or intensify the
insulation.
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no
yes
Switch-off the circulation
pump and the blocking
valve for 1 night; less store
losses?
yes
no
Does the pump start up
in manual operation?
no
yes
valve in parallel; activate
the circulation again!
The adjusted tempe­rature
difference for starting the
pump is too high; choose
an matching setting
Insulate connections.
Change connection and
let the water flow sidewards or through a siphon
(bow downwards); less
store losses now?
no
Does warm water circulation run for a very long
time?
Cleaning or replacement.
Check the return flow
preventer in feed flow and
return flow with regard to
the functional efficiency.
Are the store connections insulated?
yes
no
The gravitation circu­lation
in the circulation line is
too strong; insert a stronger return flow pre­venter
or an electrical 2-way valve behind the circulation
pump; the 2-way valve is
open in pump operation, other­wise it is closed,
conect pump and 2-way
Is store insulation sufficient?
yes
Please also check further
pumps which are connected to the solar store.
Is the current of the
pump released by the
controller?
no
yes
Is the pump stuck?
yes
Turn the pump shaft using
a screwdriver; is it passable now ?
yes
o.k.
Use the circulation pump
with timer and switch-off
thermostat (energy efficient circulation)
no
Are the fuses of the
controller o.k.?
no
Check the pumps of the
after-heating circuit according to nightly run and defect return flow preventer;
problem solved?
Replace the fuses.
Is the pump defective replace it.
yes
Controller might be defective - replace it.
no
a
b
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5. Accessory
Sensors
Our product range includes high-precision platin temperature sensors, flatscrew sensors, ambient temperature sensors, indoor temperature sensors, cylindrical clip-on sensors
and irradiation sensors, also to be used as full sensors with
sensor pocket.
Overvoltage protection
We highly recommend to install the RESOL overvoltage
protection in order to avoid overvoltage damages at the
collector (e.g. by lightening).
Distributed by:
Important notice:
We took a lot of care with the texts and drawings of this
manual and to the best of our knowledge and consent. As
faults can never be excluded, please note: Your own calculations and plans, under consideration of the current standards and DIN-directions should only be basis for your
projects. We don´t offer a guarantee for the completeness
of the drawings and texts of this manual - they only represent some examples. They can only be used at your own
risk. No liability is assumed for incorrect, incomplete or
false information and / or the resulting damages.
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