installation manual

installation manual
INSTALLATION MANUAL
Total Heat Exchanger
HRV (Heat Reclaim Ventilation)
(Ceiling mounted duct type)
VAM350FB
VAM500FB
VAM650FB
VAM800FB
VAM1000FB
VAM1500FB
VAM2000FB
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A
VAM350F
VAM500F
B
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B
C
285
164
112
348
204
145
VAM650F
VAM800F
VAM1000F
VAM1500F
VAM2000F
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710
383
140
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800
416
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852
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902
1140
568
1190
852
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898
1140
568
1186
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758
H
132
84
J
812
137
912
98
130
988
K
146
197
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200
196
250
246
263
330
350
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VAM350FB7VE*, VAM500FB7VE*, VAM650FB7VE*, VAM800FB7VE*, VAM1000FB7VE*, VAM1500FB7VE*, VAM2000FB7VE*,
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01 a declares under its sole responsibility that the air conditioning models to which this declaration relates:
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Contents
Total Heat Exchanger
HRV (Heat Reclaim Ventilation)
Page
Safety considerations ........................................................................ 1
Dimensions........................................................................................ 2
Installation ......................................................................................... 2
System configuration ......................................................................... 5
Electric wiring .................................................................................... 7
Test run............................................................................................ 21
Wiring diagram ................................................................................ 22
Thank you for purchasing this Daikin HRV.
The original instructions are written in English. All other languages
are translations of the original instructions.
HRV – Heat Reclaim Ventilation
Please read this installation manual carefully and install
the unit properly to keep it at full capacity for a long time.
Please prepare some necessary parts, for example round
hoods, air suction/discharge grilles etc., before the
installation of the unit.
Safety considerations
Please read these "Safety considerations" carefully before installing
air conditioning equipment and be sure to install it correctly. After
completing the installation, make sure that the unit operates properly
during the start-up operation. Please instruct the customer on how to
operate the unit and keep it maintained.
Also, inform customers that they should store this installation manual
along with the operation manual for future reference.
This air conditioner comes under the term "appliances not accessible
to the general public".
Meaning of warning and caution symbols
WARNING
Failure to follow these instructions properly
may result in personal injury or loss of life.
CAUTION
Failure to observe these instructions properly
may result in property damage or personal
injury, which may be serious depending on the
circumstances.
VAM350~2000FB
Total Heat Exchanger
HRV (Heat Reclaim Ventilation)
4P333249-1C – 2014.10
Installation manual
WARNING
 Never inspect or service the unit by
yourself.
Ask a qualified service person to
perform this work.
 Electric shock may result. Before
servicing the unit, always shut off
power.
 Persons servicing the unit are
required to wear gloves.
 All wiring must be performed by an
authorized electrician and must
comply
with
the
applicable
legislation.
 Always use the air filter.
If the air filter is not used, heat
exchange elements will be clogged,
possibly causing poor performance
and subsequent failure.
 Do not change operations suddenly.
It can result not only in malfunction
but also failure of switches or relays
in the body.
 This appliance is intended to be
used by expert or trained users in
shops, in light industry and on
farms, or for commercial use by lay
persons.
 This appliance is not intended for
use by persons (including children)
with reduced physical, sensory or
mental capabilities, or lack of
experience and knowledge, unless
they have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the
appliance by a person responsible
for their safety.
Children should be supervised to
ensure that they do not play with the
appliance.
 Do not use an HRV or an air
suction/discharge grille in the
following places:
- Places such as machinery plants
and chemical plants where gas,
which contains noxius gas or
corrosive
components
of
materials such as acid, alkali,
organic solvent and paint, is
generated.
- Places such as bathrooms
subjected to moisture.
Electric leak or electric shock and
other failure can be caused.
Installation manual
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- Places
subjected
to
high
temperature or direct flame.
Avoid a place where the
temperature near the HRV unit
and the air suction/discharge air
grille exceeds 50°C. If the unit is
used at high temperature,
deformed air filter and heat
exchange element or burned
motor result. Unit ambient
temperature conditions should be
between
-15°C
and
50°C
(80% relative humidity or less)
- Places subjected to much carbon
black.
Carbon black attaches to air filter
and heat exchange element,
disabling them.
- The equipment is not intended for
use in a potentially explosive
atmosphere.
 Improper installation or attachment
of equipment or accessories could
result in electric shock, short-circuit,
leaks, fire or other damage to the
equipment. Be sure only to use
accessories, optional equipment
and spare parts made by Daikin
which are specially designed for
use with the products as of subject
in this manual and have them
installed by an installer.
Installation
Installation position
CAUTION

The appliance is designed to be a built-in
appliance. It shall not be accessible to the general
public. Adequate measures have to be taken to
prevent access by other than qualified persons.

Install the unit in a place strong enough to
support its weight.
Poor installation is hazardous. It also causes
vibrations and unusual operating noise.

Provide the service space and the inspection holes.
(Be sure to provide the inspection holes to inspect the
air filters, the heat exchange elements and fans.)

Do not install the unit directly against a ceiling or
wall.
(If the unit is in contact with the ceiling or wall, it can
cause vibration.)

This is a class A product. In a domestic
environment this product may cause radio
interference in which case the user may be
required to take adequate measures.
Example of Installation, VAM500F (See figure 2), VAM800F
(See figure 3), VAM2000F (See figure 4)

1
Air suction/discharge grille (option)
2
Inspection hole Ø 450 mm (field supply)
3
Maintenance space for the heat exchange elements, air filters and fans
4
Duct (field supply)
5
Duct (Ø200) (field supply) or (*) Flexible duct (option)
6
Branch duct (field supply)
7
(*) Flexible duct (field supply)
8
(*) Silencer (option) (only for VAM500 till 2000)
9
EA (Exhaust air to outdoors)
Dimensions
10
Heat Insulator (field supply)
11
OA (Outdoor air) Fresh air from outdoors
(See figure 1 (A = Models 350F~1000F, B = Models 1500F~2000F))
12
Metal suspension bracket for absorbing vibration (field supply)
13
Suspension bolt (field supply)
14
Gradient of down to outdoor ≥1/50
1
Maintenance space for the heat exchange elements, air filters and
fans
2
Maintenance cover
15
SA (Supply air to room)
3
Inspection hole Ø450 mm
16
RA (Return air from room)
Switch box
17
Round hood (field supply)
5
4x 14x40 mm Ceiling hook (Oval hole)
18
Suspension bolt postion
6
Exhaust air fan
19
Additional external damper (field supply)
7
OA (Outdoor air) Fresh air from outdoors
8
EA (Exhaust air) Exhaust air to outdoors
9
Supply air fan
4
10
SA (Supply air) Supply air to room
11
RA (Retun air) Return air from room
12
Damper plate
13
Heat exchange elements
14
Air filters
15
Applicable duct
16
Nominal diameter
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CAUTION
on installing the ducts

The parts marked with (*) are effective in reducing
blowing noise.

When using the unit at a quiet place, use the optional
silencer box and flexible duct at the part of the air
discharge outlet on the indoor side "SA" (supply air to
room) of the unit, to counter the noise.

When selecting installation materials, consider the
required volume of air flow and noise level in that
particular installation.

When the outdoor air infiltrates into the ceiling and the
temperature and humidity in the ceiling become high,
insulate the metal portions of the unit.

Access inside the unit is only allowed through the
service hole. Install grilles in case no ducts are
installed.

Unit sound pressure level is less than 70dB (A).
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Preparations
VAM1500F, VAM2000F

VAM350F, VAM500F

1
1
2
2
3
4

1
Ceiling hook
VAM650F, VAM800F, VAM1000F, VAM1500F, VAM2000F
2
Nut
1
3
Washer
4
Double nuts
Installation of HRV
2

Install the anchor bolt (M10 to 12) in advance.
Pass the metal suspension bracket through the anchor bolt and
secure the anchor bolt with washer and nut.
(Before installation, check for foreign objects such as vinyl and
paper remaining inside the fan housing.)

Attach the indoor (SA, RA) and outdoor (EA, OA) ducts by
refering to the duct diagram on the swithbox.
2
NOTE

1
Screw (accessories)
2
Duct connecting flange (accessories)
Installation of duct connecting flanges
Attach the provided duct connecting flanges using screws
(accessories).
screws provided

VAM350
16
VAM500
16
screws provided
VAM650
24
VAM800
24
VAM1000
24
VAM1500
24
VAM2000
24
VAM350F, VAM500F, VAM650F, VAM800F, VAM1000F
Remove the two fixing metals for transportation if it
prevents installation work. (Be sure to screw in the
removed mounting screw on the body side to prevent
air leakage.)
Unit orientation
normal installation
upside down
external wiring
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Installation in positions other than horizontal are allowed under the
following conditions:

There shall be no danger of water entering the control box
(condensation, nearby piping, etc.).

The unit shall be sufficiently fixated.

External switchbox wiring shall point downwards.

Fan shaft has to remain horizontally.
VAM1500F, VAM2000F

HRV
4
2
5
Duct connection
Do not connect the ducts as follows
1
3
6
Extreme bend
Do not bend the duct over 90°
7
Multi bend
8
Reduce the diameter of the duct to be connected.
Do not reduce the duct diameter halfway.
1
The minimal radius of bends for flexible ducts are as follows:
9
300 mm duct: 200 mm diameter
375 mm duct: 250 mm diameter
6
2
To prevent air leakage, wind aluminum tape round the section
after the duct connecting flange and the duct are connected.
3
Install the opening of the indoor air intake (SA) as far as possible
from the opening of the exhaust suction (RA).
4
Use the duct applicable to the model of unit used (Refer to the
outline drawing).
5
Install the two outdoor ducts with down slope (slope of 1/50 or
more) to prevent entry of rain water. Also, provide insulation for
both ducts to prevent dew formation. (Material: Glass wool of
25 mm thick)
6
If the level of temperature and humidity inside the ceiling is
always high, install a ventilation equipment inside the ceiling.
7
Insulate the duct and the wall electrically when a metal duct is to
be penetrated through the metal lattice and wire lattice or metal
lining of a wooden structure wall.

7
8
3
VAM350F, VAM500F, VAM650F, VAM800F, VAM1000F
4
HRV
1
Aluminium tape (field supply)
2
Insulation material (field supply)
3
Duct connecting flange (option)
4
Slope over 1/50
5
Duct connecting flange (option)
6
SA (Supply air)
7
RA (Return air)
8
Connecting chamber
9
Silencer (option)

Use Ø250 mm round ducts for the SA (supply air) and RA
(return air) sides
1.
Loosen the 12 screws off the SA (supply air) side and remove
the connection chamber. Be sure to tighten up these screws
back in position in order not to allow any air leak from the unit.
2.
Fix the duct connecting flanges (option) with their accompanying
12 screws.

Introducing the silencers and other options.
1
2
3
1
This model handles a high air flow rate.
To reduce the blow-out noise, some optional attachments are
available: silencer, flexible duct, thin air intake/exhaust grille, etc.
Installation manual
4
1.
Remove the connection chamber off the SA (supply air) side and
attach the upper and lower silencers.
2.
Now fix the duct connecting flanges (option) and connect the
Ø250 mm flexible ducts.
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System configuration
Independent system
Air conditioner linked operation system
System
HRV
Standard method
HRV
Independent system
2
1
1 Remote controller
2 2-wire cord
for HRV
(produced locally)
HRV
VRV
1-group linked
operation system
1
2
1 Remote controller
2 Remote controller
for air conditioner
for air conditioner
VRV
Combined
operation system
with VRV systems
and Sky-air series
1
2
5
VRV
Multi-group
(2 or more) linked
operation system
• Up to 16 units can be controlled with the
remote controller for HRV. (A system with
two remote controls can be created in the
master/slave switching.)
• All HRV operations can be used and "When connecting
indicated.
to Remote
controller for
• Operation monitor output and humidifier
operation are possible using Adapter HRV" on page 16
PCB.
• Remote control cord should be procured
locally.
(Maximum cord length: 500 m)
• A combined total of up to 16 air
conditioners and the HRV can be
controlled.
• The HRV ventilation mode can be
"Standard 1-group
operated
independently
when
air
linked-control
conditioners are not being used.
system" on
• Using the local setting of the remote
page 16
controller for air conditioners, various
settings such as precool/pre-heat
reservation on/off, ventilation flow rate,
ventilation mode, etc.
• Since all VRV units are connected to a
single line in view of installation, all VRV
units are subjects for operation.
• If there are problems operating all VRV
units, do not use this system.
VRV
5
Related items in
Electric wiring
VRV
3
"Linked control
with more than
two groups" on
page 17
4
5
5
6
HRV
NOTE
HRV
1 Group 1
4 Group 4
2 Group 2
5 Remote controller
3 Group 3
6 Distant control
for VRV
adapter

Adapter PCB for external input/output: BRP4A50A; Distant control adapter: KRP2A51 (installation box: KRP1B101).

Operation of two or more groups is not possible with direct duct connection.

With VAM types, the direct duct connection shown can also be selected for 1-group operation systems.
System
Standard method
HRV
VRV
Direct duct connection system
1
2
1 Remote controller
for air conditioner
3
2 Remote controller
for air conditioner
• The HRV will operate only when the air
conditioner fan is on.
• Other specifications are the same as
those of the standard system.
Related items in
Electric wiring
"Direct duct
connection
system for 1group operation
system" on
page 17
3 Duct
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Centralized control system (VRV system).
System
2
VRV
VRV
HRV
1
1
VRV
VRV
HRV
"All"/individual
control system
1
"“All”/“individual”
control" on
page 18
2 Adapter PCB for
for air conditioner
remote controller ,
Schedule timer,
On/Off controller
Centralized
control system
4
1
VRV
VRV
HRV
3
3
Zone control
system
2
HRV
HRV
• Use
of
the
centralized
controller enables zone control
via the centralized control line.
(maximum of 64 zones)
• The central controller displays
the "Filter" indication and
abnormality warnings, and
enables resetting.
• The
centralized
controller
allows ventilation operation for
each zone independently.
"Zone control
system" on
page 19
HRV
1 Zone 1
3 Remote controller
2 Zone 2
4 Central controller
for air conditioner
Wiring adapter for remote contact: BRP4A50A, Adapter PCB for remote control: KRP2A51, schedule timer: DST301B51, on/off
controller: DCS301B51, central remote controller: DCS302C51
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• Use of the on/off controller,
Adapter PCB for remote control
or schedule timer enables
centralized control of the entire
system.
(maximum of 64 groups)
• The on/off controller can turn
on or off the individual units.
• The schedule timer and on/off
controller
can
be
used
together. However, the Adapter
PCB for remote control cannot
be
used
with
another
centralized control device.
1
1 Remote controller
NOTE
Related items in
Electric wiring
Standard method
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Electric wiring
Component electrical specifications
Before obtaining access to terminal devices, all power
supply circuits must be interrupted.
Connection of wiring

Connect the wires in accordance with the diagram of each
system.

All wiring must be performed by an authorized electrician.

All field supplied parts and materials and electric works must
conform to local regulations.

Use copper wire only
VAM
Power supply (*)
50 Hz
MCA
(A)
MFA
(A)
Fan motor (*)
P
FLA
(*) MCA:
MFA:
P:
FLA:
NOTE
(kW)
(A)
350FB
500FB
650FB
800FB
1000FB 1500FB 2000FB
0.9
1.3
1.6
2.5
3.0
5.0
5.0
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
0.21x2
0.21x4
0.21x4
1.3
2.2
2.2
Power supply Max. 264 V/Min. 198 V
0.08x2
0.4
0.08x2 0.106x2 0.21x2
0.6
0.7
1.1
Min. Circuit Amps
Max. Fuse Amps
Motor Rated Output
Full Load Amps
For details, refer to ELECTRICAL DATA.
Connection of wiring


A main switch or other means for disconnection, having a
contact separation in all poles, must be incorporated in the fixed
wiring in accordance with applicable legislation.
Do not turn on the main switch until all the wiring is completed.
A single switch can be used to supply power to units on the
same system. However, branch switches and branch circuit
breakers must be selected carefully.

Fit the power supply wiring of each unit with a switch and fuse as
shown in the drawing.

Be sure to make the electric grounding (earth) connection.
Complete system example
VAM
350F
Type
Power supply wiring
Field supplied fuses
Wire
Size
Transmission wiring
Wire
Size
500F
JVE, 5VE
650F
800F
1000F 1500F 2000F
JVE, 5VE, 7VE
16 A(*)
H05VV-U3G
Wire size must comply with local regulations
Shield wire (2 wire)
0.75-1.25 mm2
(*) VAM 1500/2000 requires 2 electrical supplies and fuses.
VRV
3
Specifications for field supplied fuses and wire
Precautions
1
1
4
Do not connect wires of different gauge to the same power
supply terminal. Looseness in the connection may cause
overheating or electric malfunction.
When connecting more than one wire to the power supply
wiring, use a 2 mm2 (Ø1.6) gauge wire.
Same gauge wires
VRV
When using two power wires of a gauge greater than 2 mm2
(Ø1.6), branch the line outside the terminal board of the unit in
accordance with electrical equipment standards.
The branch must be sheathed, so as to provide a degree of
insulation equal to or greater than the power supply wiring itself.
HRV
2
5
VRV
2
Keep total current of crossover wiring between indoor units less
than 12 A.
3
Do not connect wires of different gauge to the same grounding
terminal. Looseness in the connection may deteriorate
protection.
4
Keep the power supply wiring distant from other wires to prevent
noise.
5
For remote controller wiring, refer to the Installation manual of
the remote controller.
HRV
2
5
Different gauge wires
Power supply wiring
Transmission wiring
Switch
Fuse
1
Outdoor unit
2
Indoor unit
3
Power supply
4
Main switch
5
Remote controller
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Wiring example
1
4
Opening the switch box
2
L N
CAUTION
4
Out
1
2
L N
VRV
LN 121 2
Before opening the cover, be sure to turn off the power
switches of the main units and other devices connected
with the main units.
HRV
P2 P1
P1 P2 F1 F1 T1 T1
F1 F2 JC J1 J2 J3
L N

3

Remove the screw securing the cover and open the
switch box.

Secure the power cord control wires with the clamp,
as shown in the next figures.
VAM350F, VAM500F, VAM650F
6
5
P1
P2
P1 P2
HRV
VRV
6
P1
P2
7
1
Outdoor unit/BS unit
2
Switch box
3
Indoor unit
4
Power supply 220-240 V~50 Hz
5
Remote controller (VRV)
6
Transmission wiring
7
Remote controller (HRV)

All transmission wiring except for the remote controller wires is
polarized and must match the terminal symbol.

Use shield wire in transmission wiring. Ground the shield of the
shield wire to "
", at the grounding screw, with the C-cup
washer.
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VAM800F, VAM1000F
VAM1500F, VAM2000F

1
10
11
16
12
2
13
5
X33A
X14A
13
7
X35A
X24A
15
10
10
2
1
8
14
1
3
12
8
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1
Electric component box
2
Printed circuit board
3
Electrical compartment cover
4
Securing screw and washer
5
Grounding terminal
6
Terminal board
7
Transmission wiring terminal board (P1, P2)
8
Transmission wiring (to optional remote controller)
9
Power supply cable
10
Wires for connection of additional external damper (supplied
accessory)
11
Insulated splices-closed barrel connector (0.75 mm2) (field
supply)
12
Double or reinforced insulated flexible cable (0.75 mm2) to
external damper (field supply)
13
Tie wrap (field supply)
14
BRP4A50A (optional accessory)
15
KRP2A51 (optional accessory)
16
CO2 sensor (optional accessory)
Installation manual
9
Required electrical connections for possible additional field
supplied external damper
How to install the optional adapter circuit board
(KRP2A51, BRP4A50A)
The external damper prevents the intake of outdoor air if the HRV is
switched off. (Refer to figures 2, 3, and 4, item 19).
1.
WARNING In case an electrical heater is installed, use
nonflammable duct. Be sure to keep 2 m or
more between the heater and HRV unit for
safety.
The HRV’s main unit PCB operates the HRV and provides
a contact for the external damper.
When installing any of these options on the VAM1500/2000, it is
necessary to prepare the fixing plate (EKMPVAM).
When installing KRP2A51, it is necessary to prepare the fixing box
(KRP1BA101).
For VAM350/500/650/800/1000
1
Loosen the screws from the unit.
1
HRV main unit
2
Attach optional PCB in box.
2
External damper
3
3
Earth to external damper
Guide the PCB wire through the dedicated holes and attach as
instructed in "Opening the switch box".
4
Power source
4
Attach the box to the unit.
5
After the wires are connected, fasten the switch box cover.
CAUTION
KRP2A51
Make sure you follow the instructions below in detail.
2.
Required electrical connections
Connect one end of the accessory harness to the X24A
connector on the PCB and the other end to the harness leading
to the external damper via an insulated splices-closed barrel
connector (0.75 mm2).
Make sure that the wire is released from strain. The electrical
circuit should have a current protection of 3 A and a maximum
voltage of 250 V.
KRP1BA101
X24A will make contact when the HRV fan starts operating.
The contact will be opened when the the fan is stopped.
BRP4A50A
For VAM1500/2000
1
Remove the middle screws of the standard fixing plate.
2
Attach the optional fixing plate (EKMPVAM) on top of the
standard one.
3
Attach optional PCB in box.
4
Guide the PCB wire through the dedicated holes and attach as
instructed in "Opening the switch box".
5
Attach the box to the fixing plate.
6
After the wires are connected, fasten the switch box cover.
KRP2A51
+KRP1BA101
BRP4A50A
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Power cord connection, control wire terminals and switches
on the electronic control unit (printed circuit board)

Connect the power cord to the L and N terminals.

Secure the power cord with the power cord clamp, as shown in
"Opening the switch box" on page 8

Be sure to connect the electric grounding (earth) wire.
Field setting and test run

Make sure the switch box lids are closed on the indoor and
outdoor units.

Depending on the type of installation, make the field settings
from the remote controller after the power is turned on, following
the "Field Settings" manual which came with the remote
controller.
Lastly, make sure the customer keeps the "Field Settings"
manual, along with the operating manual, in a safe place.
SECOND
CODE NO.
FIRST
CODE
NO.
Mode No.
SETTING
FIELD
SET MODE
Local settings
Using the remote controller of the VRV-system air conditioner to
make HRV unit settings
Initial settings
1
Mode nos. 17, 18 and 19: Group control of HRV units.
2
Mode nos. 27, 28 and 29: Individual control
Operating procedure
The following describes the operating procedure and settings.
1
Power supply
10
Outdoor air thermistor
2
Terminals
11
Indoor air thermistor
3
Damper
12
Damper
4
External damper
(field supply)
13
Damper (upper part of
VAM1500/2000)
5
Fan communications
14
BRP4A50A (option)
6
KRP2A51 (option)
15
CO2 sensor
7
Remote controller
16
Exhaust air fan
(only VAM350/500/650)
8
Centralized control
17
Supply air fan
(only VAM350/500/650)
9
External input
18
Factory setting
No operation if setting is
changed
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1
Press the INSPECTION/TRIAL button (1) for more than four
seconds with the unit in the normal mode to enter the local
setting mode.
2
For BRC301B51: use the VENTILATION MODE button (up) and
AIRFLOW RATE buttton (down)to select the desired "mode
number". The code display will blink.
For BRC1D52: use the TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT
button (2) to select the desired "mode number".
3
To make settings for individual units under group control (when
mode No. 27, 28 or 29 is selected), press the TIMER SETTING
ON/OFF button (3) to select the "unit No." for which the settings
are to be made. (This process is not necessary when settings
are made for the entire group.)
4
Press the top section of the TIMER button (4) to select the
"setting switch No."
5
Press the lower section of the TIMER button (5) to select
"setting position No."
Installation manual
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6
Press the PROGRAM/CANCEL button (6) once to enter the
settings. (The code display will stop blinking and light up.)
7
Press the INSPECTION/TRIAL button (1) to return to normal mode.
SETTING
Remote controller for HRV BRC301B61
Remote controller for air conditioners BRC1D52
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18 (28)
17 (27)
Setting
mode
Pre-heat time extension setting
8
9
Off
–
On
Linear
Output signal to external
damper (X24A)
Indication of ventilation mode
Autmatic ventilation air flow
table
3
4
6
Off
Setting for direct Power ON
Auto restart setting
1
2
Last
command
0
0min
No
Centralized zone interlock
setting
7
External signal JC/J2
18°C
Target temperature for
independent night purge
60min
–
20°C
–
T off: stop
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
25°C
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
26°C
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
27°C
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
10
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
14
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
15
Group number setting for centralized controller
Mode No. 00: Group controller
Mode No. 30: Individual controller
Regarding the setting procedure, refer to the section "Group number setting for centralized control" in the operating
manual of either the on/off controller or the central controller.
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
30°C
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
13
4.
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
29°C
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
12
The setting modes are mentioned as group settings. Between parentheses are the setting modes for individual unit
control.
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
28°C
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
11
3.
Factory settings are marked in grey backgrounds.
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
24°C
–
With duct
(fan off)
–
–
–
–
–
09
(*) Refer to technical data book for pressure drop curves and selection of fan curves (step 1 to 15).
1.
NOTE
–
–
–
–
24 hours
ventilation
On/Off
–
–
23°C
–
–
–
–
–
–
No duct
(Air flow setting)
–
–
–
–
–
08
Setting position No.
07
2.
Fixed B
–
Operation
signal
–
–
–
–
–
90min
–
22°C
–
T off: L
–
–
–
–
–
06
With duct
(fan off)
T off: stop
–
–
–
On
After 8h
–
05
Disable
night
purge
forced
stop
–
21°C
–
T off: L
Fixed A
–
Off
–
Only in
heating
mode
–
–
–
On
On
–
–
–
On
After 6h
–
04
No duct
(Air flow setting)
–
60min
–
On
After 4h
No
counting
03
Priority on Priority on
external input operation
30min
Yes
19°C
Ultra-High
High
Night purge fan setting
–
With duct
(fan off)
Ultra-High
–
6
Setting for cold areas
(Fan operation when heater
thermostat off)
Yes/No seting for direct duct
connection with VRV system
5
Normal
No duct
(Air flow
setting)
Initial fan speed
4
On
45min
Off
Pre-cool/pre-heat time(min)
30min
Pre-cool/pre-heat
On
After 2h
Approx.
1250 hours
02
Off
Approx.
2500 hours
01
3
Night purge timer (after stop)
Filter cleaning time setting
Description of Setting
2
1
0
Setting
switch No.
List of Settings
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9
8
7
4
EA fan step setting*
3
Fresh up operation
On/Off
Normal ventilation tap on
automatic ventilation air flow
control
Off
Not
allowed
+200
Heater
operation
Allowed
+400
Step3
Run 1/10
(27min off/
3 min on)
Step2
Run 1/15
(28min off/
2 min on)
Step3
Run 1/10
(27min off/
3 min on)
Run 1/15
(28min off/
2 min on)
Step2
Operation
output
Operation
output
Operation
output
Off
On
NOTE
–
24hour
ventilation
and
operation
output
Fan output
Air flow up
–
06
Step5
Step5
Step6
Step6
Heater
operation
Not allowed
+600
–
–200
–
–
–
10
Step9
Step9
Step8
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Step2
Step2
Step8
Step1
Feed valve
output
–
–
11
Feed valve
output
Step4
Step11
Step11
Step7
–
–
–
–
14
Step8
–
–
–
–
15
–
–
–
–
Step7
–
–
–
–
Step8
Group number setting for centralized controller
Mode No. 00: Group controller
Mode No. 30: Individual controller
Regarding the setting procedure, refer to the section "Group number setting for centralized control" in the operating
manual of either the on/off controller or the central controller.
–
–
–
–
Step5
4.
–
–
–
–
Step5
Step12 Step13 Step14 Step15
The setting modes are mentioned as group settings. Between parentheses are the setting modes for individual unit control.
–
–
–
–
Step4
Step6
–
–
–
–
13
Step12 Step13 Step14 Step15
Step5
–
–
–
–
12
3.
–
–
–
–
Step3
Continuous operation
Step10
Step10
Step3
Continuous operation
Humidify unit connection
Feed valve
output
Step1
Feed valve
output
Factory settings are marked in grey backgrounds.
–
–
–
09
Drain valve Drain valve Drain valve Drain valve
output
output
output
output
30min/
30min/
30min
30min/
12hour
8hour
6hour
4hour
–
–
08
(*) Refer to technical data book for pressure drop curves and selection of fan curves (step 1 to 15).
–
–
–
–600
Run 1/2
(15min off/
15 min on)
Step7
Step7
Run 1/2
(15min off/
15 min on)
24hour
ventilation
output
Fan output
Humidify
drain error
–
07
Setting position No.
2.
1.
–
–
–
–400
Run 1/6
Run 1/4
Run 1/3
(25min off/ (22.5min off/ (20min off/
5 min on) 7.5 min on) 10 min on)
Step4
Step4
Run 1/6
Run 1/4
Run 1/3
(25min off/ (22.5min off/ (20min off/
5 min on) 7.5 min on) 10 min on)
Operation
output
Fan output
(UH)
Fan
forced off
–
05
Independent Independent VRV control VRV control Control by
CO2 sensor
UH
H
UH
H
Off
Allowed
Stop ventilation by automatic
ventilation air flow control
Fan residual operation
0
Reference concentration shift
for ventilation air flow control
(ppm)
Off
Step1
Step1
SA fan step setting*
Operation
output
2
24hour ventilation setting
Forced off
Error output
stop
operation
Fan output
(H/UH)
Indication
Exhaust
04
Indication
Supply
03
Humidifier/
Fan output
heater
Error output
(L/H/UH)
output
Error output
No
Indication
Exhaust
No
Indication
Supply
Fresh-up
02
01
Off
Low tap setting
(between X1 and X2)
BRP4A50A output switching
selection (between X3 and X4)
External input terminal function
selection (between J1 and JC)
Fresh-up mode
Description of Setting
1
9
8
7
Setting
switch No.
When adjusting the auto restart setting to on in the group setting mode, enter the mode No. "18" setting switch No. "2" and setting position No. "02".
Example
1A
19 (29)
18 (28)
Setting
mode
Operation with the remote control exclusively for
Air conditioning operation HRV units (BRC301B61)
4.
Ventilation mode changeover button
A
"(
( " Automatic mode.
The temperature sensor of the unit automatically
changes the ventilation of the unit in Bypass mode and
Heat Exchange mode.
For non-independent systems, starting/stopping operation and timer
operation may not be possible.
"
" Heat Exchange mode.
In this mode, the air passes through the heat
exchanger element to effect Total Heat Exchanging
ventilation.
Use the air conditioner remote control or the Centralized controller in
such cases.
"
" Bypass mode.
In this mode, the air does not pass through the heat
exchange element but by passes it to effect Bypass
ventilation.
5.
Indication of operation control method:
When the operation of HRVs are linked with the air conditioners,
this indication may be shown.
While the indication is shown, the ON/OFF of HRVs cannot be
operated by the HRV remote controller.
6.
Indication of operation standby:
It indicates the precooling/preheating operation. This unit is at
stop and will start operation after the precooling/preheating
operation is over.
Precooling/preheating operation means the operation of HRVs is
delayed during the startup operation of linked air conditioners,
for example before the office hours.
During this period the cooling or heating load is reduced to bring
the room temperature to the set temperature in a short time.
7.
Indication of centralized control:
When a remote controller for air conditioners or devices for
centralized control are connected to the HRVs, this indication
may show.
When this indication appears on the display, the ON/OFF and
timer operation may not be possible with the HRV remote
controllers.
8.
Indication of air filter cleaning
9.
Filter signal reset button
BRC301B61: Remote controller for HRV
1.
Operation lamp
This pilot lamp (red) lights up while the unit is in operation.
2.
Operation/Stop button
When pushed once, the unit starts operating.
When pushed again, the unit stops.
3.
Air flow rate changeover button
Air flow rate can be changed over to "
"
" High mode,
"
FRESH UP" Low FRESH UP mode,
"
FRESH UP" High FRESH UP mode.
" Low mode or
For "FRESH UP" operation
When this indication does not show: The volume of outdoor air
supplied into the room and that of the room air exhausted
outdoors is equivalent.
For "FRESH UP" operation
•
•
If it is set to "Fresh up air supply": The volume
of outdoor air supplied into the room is larger
than that of room air exhausted outdoors.
(This operation prevents the odor and moisture
from kitchens and toilets from flowing into the
rooms.)
This is the factory setting.
If it is set to "Fresh up air exhaust": The volume
of room air exhausted outdoors is larger than
that of outdoor air supplied into the room.
(This operation prevents the hospital odor and
floating bacteria from flowing out to the
corridors.)
To change the setting, refer to chapter "List of Settings" in the
installation manual.
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When the indication "
" appears on the display, clean the filter.
10. Inspection button
This button is to be used only for service. It is not to be used
normally.
How to operate with timer
11. Schedule timer button "
/
".
This button enables or disables the schedule timer.
12. Push the time adjust button "
13. Push the programming button "
Then, the reservation is finished.
" to set the time.
"/ "
"
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Operating the HRV unit using the remote controller of the
VRV-system air conditioner
Independent system
When connecting to Remote controller for HRV
Please read the manual supplied with the remote controller for more
detailed instructions (optional controllers: BRC1D52 or BRC1E52).
15
16
17
1
2
3
4
5
13
4 Switch position: Slave
2 Slave remote controller
5 Remote controller for HRV
3 Switch position: Master
6 Maximum connection line length:
500 m
6
14
9
SS1
10
7
11
12
8
BRC1D52: Remote controller for VRV
1
Operation lamp
2
Operation/stop button
3
Fan speed icon
4
Air filter cleaning time icon
5
Element cleaning time icon
6
Air conditioner fan speed button
7
Air filter cleaning time icon reset button
8
Air conditioner operation mode
9
Inspection button
10
Air flow rate changeover button
11
12
13
1 Master remote controller
See "How to operate with timer" on page 15
14
Ventilation mode button
15
Operation mode display
16
Defrost/hotstart mode icon
17
Indication of centralized control
When the VRV-system air conditioner is connected with the HRV unit
with a direct duct, the remote controller of the air conditioner cannot
be used to select the VENTILATION mode. To use the HRV unit
without operating the air conditioner, set the air conditioner in the
FAN VENTILATION mode and select the low fan speed.
NOR
H
M
Factory settings: Do NOT change the switch settings.
SS1 is a setting switch for special purposes. Changing the
settings will stop the unit from operating normally.
For raising the remote-controlled ventilation air flow rate from "High"
to "Ultra-High", connect the remote controller for the air-conditioner to
HRV and make settings on site.
(Refer to "List of Settings" on page 13.)
Keep the switch on the printed circuit board at the factory setting.
Wiring and connections in combination
with "VRV-SYSTEM"
Standard 1-group linked-control system

The remote control of the air conditioner can be used to control
up to 16 air conditioner indoor units and HRV units.

Initial settings can be made for the functions of the HRV units
(pre-cool/pre-heat, ventilation air flow, ventilation mode and
"Fresh-Up").
Use the remote controller of the air conditioner to make the initial
settings for the HRV units.
Refer to "Initial setting" under Item "List of Settings" on page 13"
VRV
HRV
3
P1
P2
P1 P2
P1P2
P1 P2
1
2
1 Remote controller for air conditioner
2 Remote controller for air conditioner
3 Maximum connection line length:
500 m
Pre-cool/pre-heat function
When the pre-cool/pre-heat function is set, the HRV unit switches on
at the preset time (30, 45 or 60 minutes) after the VRV-system air
conditioner begins cooling or heating operation. The function is set
OFF at the factory. Therefore, to use this function, the initial setting
must be made using the remote controller of the air conditioner.
If the air conditioner is re-started within two hours after the operation
was stopped, this function does not operate.
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Example 1:
Be sure to set the initial settings to Direct duct connection:
Enabled.
To switch on the pre-cool/pre-heat function, and turn on the HRV unit
60 minutes after the air conditioner is turned on.
•
•
 When the remote controller for HRV is not yet connected,
initial settings can be performed using the air conditioner
remote control. Set the mode number to "17", the setting
switch number to "5", and the setting position number to "02"
according to the procedure in "List of Settings" on page 13.
Set the mode No. to "17" for group control, or "27" for individual
control, the setting switch No. to "2" and the setting position No.
to "02"
Set the mode No. to "17" for group control, or "27" for individual
control, the setting switch No. to "3" and the setting position No.
to "03"
 When the remote controller for HRV is connected, initial
settings should be performed using the remote controller for
HRV. Set the same numbers as described above when using
the remote controller for air conditioner according to the
procedure "Making initial settings" in the remote control
instruction manual.
Example 2:
To switch the ventilation air flow to ultra high setting. (The units are
set at the high air flow setting at the factory)
•
Set the mode No. to "17" for group control, or "27" for individual
control, the setting switch No. to "4" and the setting position No.
to "02"
2
Settings for other HRV functions should be made using the
same method as in "Standard system for 1-group system".
In case of several remote controllers, perform master/slave setting.
Linked control with more than two groups
Refer to "performing initial settings" in the remote control instruction
manual.

Mount
the
optional
KRP2A51 Adapter PCB for
remote control to one HRV
unit.
Example 3:
Air ventilation
rate setting
using remote
control
Default factory settings
When set
as in example 2
Low
Low (L) air flow rate
Low (L) air flow rate
High
High (H) air flow rate
Ultra-High (UH) air flow rate
SS1
Factory settings: Do NOT change the switch
settings.
SS1 is a setting switch for special purposes.
Changing the settings will stop the unit from
operating normally.
VRV
F1 F2
A maximum of 64 air
conditioners and HRV units
can be connected to the F1
and F2 terminals.

Use the remote controller
of the air conditioner to
make the initial settings.

When the remote controller is connected, keep the switches on the
HRV unit PCB at the default factory settings.
NOR
H
M
VRV
1
Remote controller for air
conditioner
2
Total cable length is
maximum 1000 m.
3
Optional distant control
adapter KRP2A51
P1
P2
P1 P2
1
2
HRV 1
F1 F2
Direct duct connection system for 1-group operation system
HRV 2
Line connections and the settings of the switches on the HRV unit
PCB should be the same as for "Standard system for 1-group
system".
F1 F2
X35A
HRV
VRV
P1
P2
P1 P2
3
3
Procedure
1 Remote controller for air
conditioner
P1P2
P1 P2
1
2
3 Maximum total cable length:
500 m
2 Remote controller for air
conditioner
Set the switch of the HRV unit PCB to the default factory settings.
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Make the remote controller settings on site; set the collective zone
interlock to ON. Mode number "17", setting switch number "8" and
setting position number "02".
Now the on-site settings are complete.
For raising the remote-controlled ventilation air flow rate "High" to
"Ultra-High", connect the remote controller for the air conditioner to
HRV and make settings on site. (Refer to "Initial setting" under item
"List of Settings" on page 13.)
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Centralized control system
"All"/"individual" control
"All" control
When using the on/off controller (DCS301B61)
When using Adapter PCB for remote control (KRP2A51) or schedule
timer (DST301B61)
4
5
1
F1 F2
3
2
F1
F1 F2
4
F2
F1 F2
4
F1 F2
3
3
D1 D2
F1 F2
2
HRV 1
F1 F2
HRV 1
X35A
F1 F2
HRV 2
HRV 2
F1 F2
F1 F2 P1
P2
P1 P2
P1
P2
1
P1 P2
VRV 1
F1 F2 P1
P2
1
VRV 1
P1 P2
1
F1 F2
P1
P2
1 Remote controller for air
conditioner
P1 P2
1
5 On/Off signal
2 Total cable length is maximum
1000 m
2
3 Schedule timer (DST301B61)
4
Adapter PCB for remote control
(KRP2A51)
1 Remote controller for air
conditioner
4 On/Off controller
2 Connecting line can be extended
up to 1000 m maximum

A maximum of 64 air conditioners and HRV units can be
connected to the F1 and F2 terminals.

This system does not require group number setting for
centralized control. (auto-address system)


The Adapter PCB for remote control and schedule timer cannot
be used together.
A maximum of 64 air conditioners and HRV units can be
connected to the F1 and F2 terminals.

This system allows connection of four on/off controllers.

It is necessary to assign a central control group number to each
HRV unit and air conditioner.
Regarding the setting of the group number, refer to the section
on "the centralized control group number setting" in the
operating instructions of the On/off controller.

Use the remote controller of the air conditioner to make the initial
settings.

The Adapter PCB for remote control can be mounted on the
electric component mounting base of either the HRV unit or air
conditioner. (The HRV unit can accept only the KRP2A51)

For raising the remote-controlled ventilation air flow rate from
"High" to "Ultra-High", connect the remote controller for the airconditioner to HRV and make settings on site.
(Refer to "Initial setting" under item "List of Settings" on
page 13.)
3 Schedule timer
Example:
Follow the procedure below to set the centralized group No. 2-05 to
HRV 1.
Procedure
Set the central control group number using the local setting on the
remote controller.
Mode No.: "00"
Central control group No.: "2-05"
The setting is now complete.
For the ventilation air flow setting, follow the procedure described in
the section "“All” control" on page 18.
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Zone 2
Zone control system
The HRV units operate in the zone-linked mode, as described in the
section, "Linked control with more than two groups" on page 17. For
the initial setting, follow the procedure described in that section.
F1 F2
5

It is necessary to assign a central control group number to each
HRV unit and air conditioner.
Regarding the setting of the group number, refer to the section on
"the centralized control group number setting" in the operating
instructions of the Centralized controller. Refer to the section
"“All”/“individual” control" on page 18 for the setting procedure.

For the ventilation air flow setting, follow the procedure
described in the section "“All” control" on page 18.

For the zone setting from the centralized controller, refer to the
operating instructions of the centralized controller.

The centralized controller can be used to control the individual
units in the zone for ventilation operation.
1
HRV 1
F1 F2
HRV 2
P1
P2
F1 F2
P1 P2
3
Remote control
2
The operation of the HRV can be monitored from the outside by the
connection of the adaptor PCB for remote control BRP4A50A
(option).
HRV 3
F1 F2
Monitor of operation
P1
P2
Be sure to connect the terminal strip on the adaptor PCB for remote
control BRP4A50A (option).
VRV
F1 F2
1
2
P1 P2
3
4
1 Zone 1
4 Connecting line can be extended
2 Zone 2
5 Centralized controller
up to 1000 m maximum
1 Operation lamp
3 Power source
2 Power source
4 HRV printed circuit board
Wiring adapter for remote contact BRP4A50A (option)
(DCS302C51)
3 Remote controller for air
conditioner
Fresh-up operation

A maximum of 64 air conditioners and HRV units can be
connected to the F1 and F2 terminals.
Purposes

The HRV units will turn on and off in along with the zone
operation command from the centralized controller.
When Combined with a local ventilating fan (such as the one in toilet
and kitchen), the air flow rate of HRV is balanced by either fan
operation or exhaust operation.
However, a circuit with voltaged and low current (16 V, 10 mA) is
formed between the JC and J1, so a relay with low-load contact point
must be used.
Functions
The unit performs overcharged operation to prevent back flow of
odor.
Necessary parts
Operation contact of exhaust ventilating fan (Field supply)
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Example of control wiring
CO2 sensor
1
HRV
With the CO2 sensor installed the ventilation volume can be adjusted
in function of measured CO2 concentration. The measured
concentration value is compared to programmed trigger values.
Make sure to have ventilation mode and air flow rate set to automatic.
J1
JC
Refer to "List of Settings" on page 13 for the field setting overview.
3
2
1 Connecting line can be extended
up to 50 m maximum
3 Printed circuit board

Use setting 19(29)-9-05 to give control to the CO2 sensor.

Use setting 19(29)-7 to shift the trigger values.

Use setting 18(28)-6 to switch between linear & fixed control.
2 Fan (Field supply)
Initialising
System description
1
2
HRV
The local setting by the remote
controller for the air conditioner
(Refer to "List of Settings" on
page 13)
Fresh-up "OFF" (Factory setting)
Fresh-up "ON"
2 Power supply
every 5 minutes
every 20 minutes
Judgement
every 30 minutes
(average of 6
measurements)
every 20 minutes
CO2 ppm
1450
1300
"J1", "JC"
normal open
"J1", "JC"
normal close
Normal
Fresh-up
1000
Fresh-up
Fresh-up
850
1150
700
External Damper Operation (Field supply)
Intake of outdoor air can be prevented when HRV is switched OFF if
this damper is incorporated in the system.

550
400
Explanation of Functions
The HRV’s main unit PCB operates the HRV and provides a
signal for the external damper.
Fixed control
20 minutes in H
Measuring
Trigger value
1 Local ventilating fan
Linear control
20 minutes in H
Linear control (minutes)
UH
H
L
30
Fixed control
mode A
mode B
UH
UH
20
10
UH
UH
10
20
H
H
30
H
H
20
10
H
L
10
20
L
L
30
L
L
30
L
stop
30
L
stop
Example
When measured 900 ppm in linear control, the unit runs 20 minutes
in H, next 10 minutes in L and after elapse judges again.
Essential wiring
Refer to "Opening the switch box" on page 8 and to the installation
manual delivered with the optional CO2 sensor.
1 Air suction/discharge grille
6 OA (Fresh air from outdoors)
2 External damper (field supply)
7 EA (Exhaust air to outdoors)
3 Inspection hole
8 Round shape hood
4 Switch box
9 Print circuit board
10 Power source
5 Heat insulator

Required setting changes for switchover to X24A output (see
below for details)
Essential Wiring
Refer to "Opening the switch box" on page 8.
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Balancing supply and air exhaust
Test run
With the VAM FB, it is possible to balance the pressure of the supply
and exhaust air via settings. This ensures an optimal heat exchange
efficiency.
After completing the installation of the system, check again to make
sure that no error was made in wiring or switch setting on the printed
circuit boards of the HRV units.
Refer to the technical data book for pressure drop curves and
selection of fan curves (step "1" to "15" refer to "List of Settings" on
page 13).
Then, turn on the power of the HRV units. Refer to the manual of the
remote controller of each unit (remote controller for air conditioner,
central control unit, etc.) for conducting a trial operation.
Set the mode to "19" for group control, or "29" for individual control.
Use settings switches "2" and "3" to adjust.
Nighttime free cooling operation
Automatic heat purge function at night
The nighttime free cooling is an energy-conserving function which
works at night when the air conditioners is off, reducing the cooling
load in the morning when the air conditioner is turned on. This is
mainly for rooms that contain office equipment, which raises the room
temperature.

Nighttime free cooling is set to "off" in the factory settings; so
request your dealer to turn it on if you intend to use it.
40
(a)
30
20
(c)
(b)
ON
OFF
OFF
Nighttime free cooling operation
(e)
(d)
Operating state Temperature (ºC)
Operation image
OFF
22:00
24:00
(time)
Following morning
(a) Outside temperature
(b) Indoor temperature
(c) Set temperature
(d) Operating state of Air conditioner
(e) Operating state of Total heat exchanger
Explanation of nighttime free cooling operation image
The unit compares the indoor and outdoor temperatures after the air
conditioning operation stops for the night. If the following conditions
are satisfied, the operation starts, and when the indoor temperature
reaches the air conditioning setting, the operation stops.
Conditions
1.
the indoor temperature is higher than the air conditioning setting
and
2.
the outdoor temperature is lower than the indoor temerature.
If the above conditions are not satisfied, reevaluation is made every
60 minutes.
NOTES
The Nighttime free cooling operation works when the
HRV unit is off. Therefore, it is not possible to stop the
night purge operation, though the forced off is input
from the optional controllers for centralized control.
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Wiring diagram
The wiring diagram can be found on the service cover.
: TERMINALS
BLK
: Black
ORG
: Orange
: CONNECTORS
BLU
: Blue
RED
: Red
: FIELD WIRING
BRN
: Brown
WHT
: White
: PROTECTIVE EARTH
GRN
: Green
YLW
: Yellow
: NOISELESS EARTH
A1P .............................. PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
A2P~A4P ..................... PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD ASSY (FAN)
A5P .............................. PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD ASSY (FAN)
C1................................. CAPACITATOR (M1F)
F1U .............................. FUSE T, 5A, 250V (A1P)
F3U .............................. FUSE T, 6.3A, 250V (A2P, A3P, A4P, A5P)
HAP...............................PILOT LAMP (SERVICE MONITOR-GREEN)
K1R .............................. MAGNETIC RELAY
K2R, K5R ..................... MAGNETIC RELAY
L1R∼L4R ...................... REACTOR
M1D, M2D .................... MOTOR (DAMPER)
PS ................................ SWITCHING POWER SUPPLY
Q1DI, Q2DI .................. FIELD
EARTH
(MAX. 300mA)
LEAK
DETECTOR
R1T .............................. THERMISTOR (INDOOR AIR)
R2T .............................. THERMISTOR (OUTDOOR AIR)
R3T .............................. THERMISTOR (PTC)
S1C, S2C ..................... LIMIT SWITCH DAMPER MOTOR
X1M.............................. TERMINAL (A1P)
X2M.............................. TERMINAL (OUTSIDE INPUT) (A1P)
X3M.............................. TERMINAL (POWER SUPPLY)
V1R .............................. DIODE
Z1F............................... NOISE FILTER
REMOTE CONTROLLER
SS1 .............................. SELECTOR SWITCH
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
TES10 .......................... ADAPTER PC BOARD
CONNECTOR FOR OPTION
X14A ............................ CONNECTOR (CO2 SENSOR)
X24A ............................ CONNECTOR (OUTSIDE DAMPER)
X26A ............................ CONNECTOR (FILTER SIGN)
X33A ............................ CONNECTOR (ADAPTER PCB)
X35A ............................ CONNECTOR (POWER SUPPLY)
X41A ............................ CONNECTOR (HUMIDITY SENSOR 1)
X42A ............................ CONNECTOR (HUMIDITY SENSOR 2)
For VAM350-650
M1F .............................. MOTOR (SUPPLY AIR FAN)
M2F .............................. MOTOR (EXHAUST AIR FAN)
For VAM800-2000
M1F .............................. MOTOR (EXHAUST AIR FAN) (BOTTOM)
M2F .............................. MOTOR (SUPPLY AIR FAN) (BOTTOM)
M3F .............................. MOTOR (EXHAUST AIR FAN) (TOP)
M4F .............................. MOTOR (SUPPLY AIR FAN) (TOP)
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VAM350~2000FB
Total Heat Exchanger
HRV (Heat Reclaim Ventilation)
4P333249-1C – 2014.10
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