Brivis Touch - Climate Master

Brivis Touch - Climate Master
Brivis Touch
Owner’s Manual
Congratulations on purchasing a Brivis Touch Comfort Controller. This
intelligent Controller can be used with a range of Brivis heating and
cooling products.
The Brivis Touch allows you to maximize the performance of your
heating and cooling system with customized comfort control.
The Brivis Touch Controller can operate in many configurations, for
example:
• a single Touch Controller with a single Brivis comfort system
• a single Touch Controller with multiple Brivis comfort systems
• a single Touch Controller with single or multiple room temperature
sensors
• multiple Touch Controllers
The Brivis Touch Controller also facilitates either Single Temperature
Set Point (STSP) or Multi Temperature Set Point (MTSP) control of
zoned systems.
Your Brivis designer / installer will advise you on the appropriate
configuration and operation of your system. Please also refer to any
Owner’s Manuals accompanying each of your Brivis products.
Follow the step-by-step instructions in this guide to begin enjoying the
benefits of your Brivis climate system.
Specifications subject to change without notice.
Pictures for illustration purposes only.
© Brivis Climate Systems Pty Ltd 2016.
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Table of Contents
9.3 System Settings .......................................................................... 13
1.0 Quick Reference Guide ................................................................. 1
9.4 Set Zone Names ......................................................................... 14
2.0 Quick Start Guide.......................................................................... 3
10.0 Clean Screen ............................................................................ 14
3.0 Fan Operation ............................................................................... 3
11.0 Schedule ................................................................................... 15
4.0 Heating – Manual Operation ......................................................... 4
12.0 Set Day/Time ............................................................................ 16
4.1 Heating – Program Schedule Operation ........................................ 4
13.0 Service Notification Message .................................................... 16
5.0 Cooling – Manual Operation.......................................................... 5
14.0 Outdoor Temperature Sensor (Optional) ................................... 17
5.1 Cooling – Program Schedule Operation ........................................ 5
15.0 Error Messages......................................................................... 17
6.0 Evaporative Cooling – Manual Operation ...................................... 6
16.0 Power Outages ......................................................................... 17
6.1 Evaporative Cooling – Pump Only Operation ................................ 7
17.0 Glossary.................................................................................... 18
6.2 Evaporative Cooling – Fan Only Operation ................................... 7
6.3 Evaporative Cooling– Auto Operation ........................................... 7
6.4 Evaporative Cooling – Timer Operation......................................... 7
6.5 Evap Timer ON – Manual / Auto.................................................... 8
6.6 Evap Timer OFF – Manual / Auto .................................................. 9
6.7 Evap Timer Cancel or Change .................................................... 10
7.0 Zoning (where installed) .............................................................. 10
7.1 Single Temperature Set Point Zoning (STSP) ............................. 10
7.2 Multi Temperature Set Point Zoning (MTSP) ............................... 10
8.0 Menu .......................................................................................... 11
9.0 User Preferences ........................................................................ 11
9.1 System Lockout Control .............................................................. 12
9.2 General Settings ......................................................................... 12
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1.0 Quick Reference Guide
Diagram 1: Heating screen in Manual Operation
Current System Mode
Display Options or Settings
Fan Status Indicator
Fan Only mode
Day
Digital Clock
Zone ID (where fitted)
ON/OFF
Mode Selector
Room / Zone Temperature
Zones (Where Fitted)
Manual or Schedule
System Mode/Run indicator
Room temperature sensor active
M – Master Controller
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Diagram 2: Evaporative Cooling Screen
Fan On
Manual / Auto
Timer
Diagram 3: Refrigerated Cooling Screen
Pump On
Timer On
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2.0 Quick Start Guide
3.0 Fan Operation
The quick start procedure, as outlined below, allows you to begin using
your system before you learn all the details of system operation.
FAN ONLY
With the system OFF (standby) push the “FAN” button in the top right
hand corner to turn the fan ON.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
Activate the Brivis Touch Controller by touching anywhere
on the LCD screen.
Select the required mode by pressing the “MODE” button
(where more than one option is available – i.e. HEAT, COOL
or EVAP).
Turn on the system by pressing the “ON/OFF” button.
Select the desired temperature / comfort level by using the
“UP/DOWN” buttons.
System will run at desired comfort level until turned OFF by
pressing the “ON/OFF” button.
If in ‘HEAT’ or ‘COOL’ mode the heater fan will turn on.
If in ‘EVAP’ mode the evaporative cooler fan will turn on.
CIRCULATION FAN
When enabled by the installer, the circulation fan will be on
continuously between Heating and Refrigerated Cooling cycles.
CIRC FAN will be indicated below the FAN icon.
You may access User Preferences and other advanced options by
pressing the “MENU” button.
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4.0 Heating – Manual Operation
Diagram 4: Heating ON – Schedule home screen
To operate your heating system with full manual control, activate the
Controller by touching the LCD screen, select HEAT using the MODE
button, turn system on using the ON/OFF button, and set the desired
temperature. The system will operate to maintain the desired
temperature level until turned OFF.
4.1 Heating – Program Schedule Operation
The Brivis Touch Controller uses default ‘energy saver’ HEAT settings
that helps reduce your heating expenses.
Note: Time period “Pre-Sleep” can be enabled in the “User
Preferences” > ”System Settings” > ”Pre-Sleep Option”. To
customise your “Schedule” settings to suit your lifestyle, please
see section “User Preferences” > “System Settings” > ”Schedule
Settings”.
Advance to next Period
If you leave or arrive home early, you may skip to the next schedule
period by pressing the current period displayed, e.g.
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The program schedule will automatically resume once one of the
following occurs:
• The next time period begins.
• The “Cancel” button is pressed.
• The Temporary period is pressed.
To operate your Heating system with the Schedule, activate the
Controller by touching the LCD screen, select HEAT using the MODE
button, turn system on using the ON/OFF button, and press the
“Schedule” button. The system will operate automatically to maintain
the desired temperatures as programmed in the program Schedule.
Diagram 5: Heating Advance Period
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Temporary Temperature Override
To temporarily adjust the temperature, simply adjust the temperature
level with the UP/DOWN arrows.
The program Schedule will
automatically resume once one of the following occurs:
• The next time period begins.
• The “Cancel” button is pressed.
5.0 Cooling – Manual Operation
The word “Temporary” will flash on the screen.
5.1 Cooling – Program Schedule Operation
To operate your Refrigerated Cooling system with full manual control,
activate the Controller by touching the LCD screen, select COOL using
the MODE button, turn system on using the ON/OFF button, and set
the desired temperature. The system will operate to maintain the
desired temperature level until turned OFF.
The Brivis Touch Controller uses default ‘energy saver’ COOL settings
that helps reduce your refrigerated cooling expenses.
Diagram 6: Heating Temperature Override
Note: Time period “Pre-Sleep” can be enabled in the “User
Preferences” > ”System Settings” > ”Pre-Sleep Option”. To
customise your “Schedule” settings to suit your lifestyle, please
see section “User Preferences” > “System Settings” > ”Schedule
Settings”.
To operate your Refrigerated Cooling system with the program
schedule, activate the Controller by touching the LCD screen, select
COOL using the MODE button, turn system on using the ON/OFF
button, and press the SCHEDULE button. The word COOL will appear
on the screen. The system will operate automatically to maintain the
temperatures as programmed in the Schedule.
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Temporary Temperature Override
To temporarily adjust the temperature, simply adjust the temperature
level with the UP/DOWN arrows.
The program Schedule will
automatically resume once one of the following occurs:
• The next time period begins.
• The “Cancel” button is pressed.
Diagram 7: Cooling ON – Schedule home screen
The word “Temporary” will flash on the screen.
Diagram 9: Cooling Temperature Override
Advance to next Period
If you leave or arrive home early, you may skip to the next schedule
period by pressing the current period displayed, e.g.
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The program schedule will automatically resume once one of the
following occurs:
• The next time period begins.
• The “Cancel” button is pressed.
• The Temporary period is pressed.
Diagram 8: Cooling Advance Period
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6.0 Evaporative Cooling – Manual Operation
6.3 Evaporative Cooling– Auto Operation
To operate your Evaporative Cooling system with full manual control,
activate the Controller by touching the LCD screen, select EVAP using
the MODE button, turn system on using the ON/OFF button. When the
Evaporative Cooler turns on for the first time the PUMP and FAN will
be on, indicated by the light blue colour buttons. Set the desired FAN
SPEED level with the UP/DOWN arrows. The system will operate until
turned OFF.
To operate your Evaporative Cooling system so that it automatically
maintains your desired comfort level, activate the Controller by
touching the LCD screen, select EVAP using the MODE button, turn
system ON using the ON/OFF button, press the “AUTO” button, set the
desired comfort level using the UP/DOWN arrows. The system will
automatically regulate the pump and fan speed to maintain your
desired comfort level.
Diagram 10: Evaporative Cooling Manual Operation
The darker bars represents a cooler comfort level requirement, refer
Diagram 11.
Diagram 11: Evaporative Cooling Auto Operation
6.1 Evaporative Cooling – Pump Only Operation
While in Manual Operation, press the FAN icon
to disable the fan.
The PUMP icon will remain illuminated, the FAN icon will not. Only the
pump will be running in this mode and no air will be circulating.
6.4 Evaporative Cooling – Timer Operation
The “Timer” option allows access to the evaporative cooler program to
turn the system ON or OFF for Manual or Auto operation. The timer
can be set within the next 24 hour period by selecting the time of day
for it to activate.
6.2 Evaporative Cooling – Fan Only Operation
While in Manual Operation, press the PUMP icon
to disable the
pump. The FAN icon will remain illuminated, the PUMP icon will not.
Only the fan will be running in this mode.
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6.5 Evap Timer ON – Manual / Auto
With the system in “EVAP” mode and OFF, press the “Timer” button,
refer Diagram 12.
To save settings and return to the home OFF screen press “Done”. To
cancel Timer setting press “BACK”.
Diagram 12: EVAP mode in OFF state
Diagram 13: Manual – Set On Timer
To set the ON Timer firstly select mode of operation, either MANUAL
or AUTO.
For ON Timer in AUTO mode the below configuration options become
available to change:
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Comfort Level (Dark blue is cooler)
•
Set On Time (within next 24 hours)
For ON Timer in MANUAL mode the below configuration options
become available to change:
•
Fan Speed (Low to High)
•
Pump ON or OFF (Press the “PUMP” button to change)
•
Set On Time (within next 24 hours)
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To save settings and return to the home OFF screen press “Done”. To
cancel Timer setting press “BACK”.
Diagram 14: Auto – Set On Timer
6.6 Evap Timer OFF – Manual / Auto
With the system ON in either MANUAL or AUTO mode, press the
“Timer” button, refer Diagrams 10 & 11.
For OFF Timer the below configuration option becomes available to
change:
• Set Off Time (within next 24 hours)
To save settings and return to the ON screen press “Done”. To cancel
Timer setting press “BACK”.
Diagram 16: Set OFF Timer
The EVAP home OFF screen will display with a clock symbol adjacent
to the “Timer” button to confirm TIMER ON has been set, refer
Diagram 15.
Diagram 15: EVAP OFF with ON Timer Set
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6.7 Evap Timer Cancel or Change
7.1 Single Temperature Set Point Zoning (STSP)
If TIMER ON or TIMER OFF has been set, as indicated by the clock
adjacent to the TIMER button, this may be cancelled or changed.
The zone temperature set point is the same across all Touchscreens
and/or Temperature Sensors.
To cancel the timer press the “Timer” button to enter the timer settings
then press “BACK”. The clock adjacent to the “Timer” button will
disappear.
Pressing the “ZONES” button on the Home Screen will bring up the
ZONE SELECTION: OPERATING screen, refer Diagram 17.
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•
•
To change the timer press the “Timer” button to enter the timer
settings, change the time then press “Done”. The clock adjacent to the
“Timer” button will remain.
A blue light indicates the zone’s status (ON or OFF)
Press to select “On” or “Off” as required
A flashing blue “On” status indicates the zone is at the set point
Diagram 17: STSP Zone Selection: Operation
7.0 Zoning (where installed)
IMPORTANT NOTE:
Your specialist Brivis Dealer may have divided your home into a
maximum of four controlled zones that can be operated and controlled
separately. The exact configuration of your system will determine the
programming features that are enabled, as well as the number of
zones that can be heated (or cooled) simultaneously. Your system
may be operated manually, or you can program your comfort schedule
and let the system automatically do the rest. Multiple Brivis Touch
Controllers or Temperature Sensors may be fitted.
7.2 Multi Temperature Set Point Zoning (MTSP)
The following information applies to HEATING or REFRIGERATED
COOLING systems only (i.e. not Evaporative Systems).
The zone temperature set point can be set independently across all
Touchscreens and/or Temperature Sensors.
Please ensure your dealer has provided you with details on zone
identification, the capabilities of your heating and cooling system, and
the maximum or minimum number of zones that can be operated
simultaneously for heating or cooling design conditions.
Pressing the “ZONES” button on the Home Screen will scroll between
the available zones, indicated by the Zone ID, refer Diagram 18.
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The Home Screen indicates the Zone Temperature and Set Point
of each Zone
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•
•
Diagram 19: MENU options
A flashing Zone ID indicates you are viewing a Zone other than the
Zone being controlled by the Controller
Any Zone can be viewed or adjusted from any Touch Controller
The System Run Indicator (e.g. Flame) identifies if the Zone is
active
Diagram 18: MTSP Zone Selection
Note: Once you access the MENU Screen and select a configuration
option, if no button is pressed for 60 seconds, the Touch will exit the
configuration mode and return to normal operation; this applies to all
options other than SCHEDULE.
9.0 User Preferences
When the “User Preferences” button is pressed on the Master Brivis
Touch controller user settings are accessed, refer Diagram 20.
Note: A flashing “ZONE” button on the Home Screen indicates all
Zones are satisfied and system is in standby.
Diagram 20: User Preferences
8.0 Menu
The configuration MENU screen is accessed whenever the “MENU”
button is pressed on all Brivis Touch Controllers installed. It provides
access to various settings that control how the Brivis Touch Controller
appears and for the homeowner these are:
1. User Preferences
2. Clean Screen
3. Schedule
4. Set Day/Time
Refer Diagram 19.
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9.1 System Lockout Control
Diagram 22: Key Pad for PIN entry
From the Master Brivis Touch Controller, “System Lockout Control”
allows the system to be locked or unlocked in any state, and the user
PIN codes to be set or reset, refer Diagram 21.
Note: All Brivis Touch Controllers are able to lock and unlock the
system – only the Master Controller allows you to change the PIN.
Diagram 21: System Lockout Control
9.2 General Settings
When the “General Settings” button is pressed on any Brivis Touch
controller the general settings can be viewed and altered. These
settings are specific to the Brivis Touch controller being accessed.
The three settings currently available are:
Diagram 23: Active backlight intensity
To lock the system press “Lockout System” and enter the User PIN,
the default PIN is “1111” until modified. When locked a padlock icon
will flash at the bottom of the touch screen.
If the system is locked the “System Lockout Control” button
(Diagram 18) appears as “Unlock System”. When this button is
pressed the display reverts to showing a numeric keypad which is
used to enter the PIN code to unlock the system.
To modify the User PIN, press either “PIN Number 1” or “PIN Number
2”. Pressing either one of these will allow the PIN to be modified and a
key pad will appear as shown in Diagram 22. Once the new PIN has
been entered press “OK” to accept.
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Diagram 24: Active backlight delay
9.3 System Settings
When the “System Settings” button is pressed on the Master Brivis
Touch Controller the system settings can be defined, refer Diagram 26.
Diagram 26: System Settings
Diagram 25: Dimmed backlight delay
The “Schedule Day Grouping” option allows the customisation of
days when programming the AUTO schedule.
For “Schedule Day Grouping” (Heat/Cool) the options are:
• Weekdays / Weekends
• Same for all days
• Set days individually
The “Schedule Pre-Sleep Option” allows this period to be ON or OFF
when programming the AUTO schedule.
The “Temperature Display Scale” allows the temperature scale
displayed on the home screen to be either Celsius or Fahrenheit. .
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Press the “Done” button once complete and the zone name will be
changed, refer Diagram 29.
9.4 Set Zone Names
All installed zones can be given a descriptive name up to sixteen
characters long. When the “Set Zone Names” button is pressed on the
Master Brivis Touch Controller all installed zones appear and when
selected can be changed accordingly, refer Diagram 27.
Diagram 29: Keypad for renaming of zones
Diagram 27: Naming of Zones
10.0 Clean Screen
The screen displayed after pressing the “Clean Screen” button allows
no user input, reverting back to the configuration menu screen after 30
seconds. This allows the Brivis Touch Controller screen to be cleaned
without affecting any operation, refer Diagram 30.
By pressing a zone, a keypad appears to enable the zone name
change, refer Diagram 28.
Diagram 30: Clean Screen for 30 seconds
Diagram 28: Keypad for Naming of Zones
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To access the Heating Schedule the system must be in HEAT mode
and access is through “MENU” > “Schedule”.
11.0 Schedule
The default time and temperature values for each period are set as
shown in Diagram 31 and Diagram 32 for Heating and Cooling
respectively.
To access the Cooling Schedule the system must be in COOL mode
and access is through “MENU” > “Schedule”.
Diagram 31: Heating Default Schedule – Weekdays shown
To modify the time, select the time for the relevant period, e.g. Wake
6:00AM and press the UP/DOWN arrows to change.
To modify the temperature, select the temperature for the relevant
period, e.g. Wake 20° and press the UP/DOWN arrows to change. To
set a period to OFF, reduce the temperature for that period DOWN to
the minimum setting.
Repeat this for all day grouping options, Weekdays / Weekends shown
in Diagrams 29 & 30 if installed. Once complete press “BACK” to save
and exit back to the MENU screen.
Diagram 32: Cooling Default Schedule – Weekdays shown
Only the zones installed for the heating/cooling system are displayed
and can be enabled or disabled for each period by pressing the
relevant zone button. Light blue indicates the zone is enabled.
Note:
For STSP systems, there is one Heating/Cooling Schedule for all
zones
For MTSP systems, there is one Heating/Cooling Schedule for
each controlled zone.
Note: For STSP systems default times and temperatures
apply to all zones, and their default is ‘ON’.
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12.0 Set Day/Time
13.0 Service Notification Message
When the “Set Day/Time” button is pressed on the Master Brivis
Touch Controller this allows the day, time and time period to be
changed, refer Diagram 33.
When the operating hours logged for an appliance exceeds the
predetermined period, the Brivis Touch Controller displays the
following:
Diagram 33: Set Day/Time
Diagram 34: System Alert
The
“Spanner”
icon
appears
flashing at one second intervals.
To set the Day and Time press the adjacent UP/DOWN arrows.
Pressing the “Done” button saves the changes and returns you to the
configuration menu screen. Pressing the “BACK” button does not save
the changes and returns to the configuration menu screen.
The “
” Alert icon is displayed with the “Alert” text
flashing at one second intervals.
Note: Changing the system DAY/TIME can only be done on the
Brivis Master Touch Controller.
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15.0 Error Messages
Pressing the “
” icon will result in the following message being
displayed for either HEAT/COOL or EVAP fan run hours above the
preset limit. The system will continue to run with this message
displayed. You may book a service call or clear the Spanner and Alert
icon by pressing the “Clear” button, refer Diagram 35.
When your system is operating, the Brivis Touch Controller monitors and
controls every aspect of the system's performance. On-board diagnostics
help determine the source of any faults. If a lockout fault is detected, the
yellow “Alert” will flash, refer Diagram 36. Press the “Alert” icon to display
details of the fault, refer Diagram 37.
Diagram 35: Fan run hour limit
Diagram 36: Alert on the home screen
14.0 Outdoor Temperature Sensor (Optional)
If the system turns off completely you may reset the system by pressing the
“Reset” button, refer Diagram 37.
If you installed this option, the outdoor (ambient) temperature will be
displayed as indicated in Diagram 36. If “OD” does not appear next to
the day display on your screen, this feature is not enabled.
If normal operation does not resume, please call Brivis Service for
assistance. Inform them of the nature of your problem, the relevant error
code, model and type of appliance so your issue can be remedied.
Diagram 36: Outdoor Temperature Display
16.0 Power Outages
If power is restored within 10 minutes of a power outage, the Brivis Touch
will resume normal operation with the mode and settings immediately
before the outage.
When powered OFF, the Controller will retain its Day and Time setting for
up to 5 days.
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17.0 Glossary
Multi Temperature Set Point (MTSP) System
The zone temperature set point can be set independently across all
Touchscreens and/or Temperature Sensors.
Zone
One room or a group of rooms; normally selected on the basis of
usage or that have similar heating or cooling needs.
Your system can control up to four zones so that each zone has its
own temperature set point. You may operate the system in MANUAL
or SCHEDULE operation. In MANUAL, you may activate each zone
and select the temperature level as required. In SCHEDULE operation,
select each zone you wish to operate for each time and its own
temperature setting in the program schedule.
Controlled Zone
A zone that is separately controlled by its own zone sensor and zone
damper. There are as many zone sensors in the home comfort system
as there are Controlled Zones.
Common Zone
A zone that is not separately controlled by its own sensor and zone
damper. It operates whenever heating or air conditioning is on,
regardless of the status of any controlled zones.
Brivis Touch Controller
Primary user interface with Touchscreen display. Where multiple
Touchscreens are installed, the “Master” Controller can be identified
by the letter “M” in the bottom right hand corner of the screen.
Constant Zone
A predetermined zone, typically the largest and containing the return
air grille, is designated as the Constant Zone. The Constant Zone
functions as a Common Zone only during refrigerated cooling mode to
ensure the minimum cooling airflow requirements are met.
Brivis Remote Temperature Sensor
Zone temperature sensor with an LED that blinks during
communication with Master Controller. Additional Touchscreens can
be used in place of up to 3 x Remote Temperature Sensors.
Single Temperature Set Point (STSP) System
The zone temperature set point is the same across all Touchscreens
and/or Temperature Sensors.
Sensor
Both the Brivis Touchscreen and Remote Temperature Sensors
function as zone (room) temperature sensors – in this context, the
word “sensor” in this manual can apply to both.
Your system can control up to four zones to a single temperature
setting. You may operate the system in MANUAL or SCHEDULE
operation. In MANUAL, you may activate each zone as required. In
SCHEDULE operation, select each zone you wish to operate for each
time and temperature setting in the program schedule.
A Remote Temperature Sensor can also be used as an Outdoor
Temperature Sensor.
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www.brivis.com.au
Brivis Australia
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Australia
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© Brivis Climate Systems Pty. Ltd. 2016.
All rights reserved. No part of these documents may be used in any way or form without prior written consent from Brivis Climate Systems Pty Ltd.
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Part Number: B063216
March 2016
Brivis Pty Ltd
ABN 64 096 079 088
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