AIRFLOW - TLC

AIRFLOW - TLC
AIRFLOW
9021432
TM
SPECIALISTS IN AIR MOVEMENT TECHNOLOGY
230V Base Models:
iCON15 – 72591501
iCON30 – 72591601
iCON60 – 72591701
ª The installer is responsible for ensuring that the capacity of the ventilator
does not cause combustion fumes to be drawn into a room containing
non-balanced flue fuel-burning appliances. Air intakes should be at least
500 mm away from the flue.
ª To optimise airflow within the room, ventilators should be placed as far
away as possible and opposite to the main source of air replacement,
without infringing forbidden zones.
ª All wall and ceiling holes for iCON ventilators should be lined with
ducting, such as rigid plastic soil pipe; aluminium or stainless steel are
also acceptable. Flexible ducting can also be used provided that it is fixed
to remain taut and has generous bend radii to avoid kinking.
ª Do not connect the exhaust from the ventilator into ducting that is also
used for venting non-electrical appliances or equipment.
ª Do not connect the exhaust air from the ventilator into the flues of fuelburning appliances.
ª The ventilator unit shall be connected to a double-pole, isolating mains
switch (230V/50Hz) that conforms to Cat.III or has a contact separation of
at least 3 mm.
ª An external 3A fuse is required for each ventilator unit. The ventilator unit
does not have an internal fuse.
ª iCON 230V ventilators are double insulated, Class II equipment and
therefore do not require an earth connection.
ª Always isolate the ventilator unit from the mains supply before removing
the cover for maintenance, [See also: Maintenance].
Surface Mount
Zone 2
Zone 2
Bath or
Shower
Surface or Recessed Mount
Configuration options (Ceiling or wall mounting)
Surface Mount
Recessed
Recessed
Models: iCON15 only
Instructions for installation, maintenance
and use
Ducting
iCON ventilators are available in 3 model sizes and can be fitted to a wall or
ceiling. Each fan requires a suitable sized hole through the wall or ceiling
structure which connects into a ducting system venting to the outside. The
external opening should be covered by an external grille, available separately
from Airflow.
The iCON 230V range has IPX4 rated housings, they are double-insulated
Class II equipment and are suitable for fitting in Zone 2 and Zone 3 in
bathrooms, toilets, kitchens and utility rooms.
Cutting holes
All installation to be carried out by a qualified
person.
Safety Precautions and General Recommendations
ª Observe all appropriate safety precautions when using steps and ladders.
ª Wear eye protection when drilling, cutting and breaking out wall and ceiling
materials.
ª Check that there are no buried cables or pipes before drilling or cutting
away walls and ceilings.
IMPORTANT: Read all instructions fully, in conjunction with the
diagrams, before commencing installation.
ª All relevant regulations and requirements must be strictly obeyed to ensure
safe operation and maintenance of iCON domestic ventilators.
ª The ventilator unit must be sited and connected in accordance with all
current European regulations or the appropriate National standards in other
countries.
ª iCON 230V units are not suitable for use in Zone 0 or 1 [See also:
Fitting/Installation]. (iCON SELV ventilators are available for use in Zone 1
– Contact Airflow for details)
ª Do not place the ventilator near direct heat sources, e.g. radiant heaters, or
where temperatures can exceed 40°C (104°F).
ª If a ventilator is placed in a room containing a fuel-burning appliance, e.g. a
gas-fired boiler, the installer is responsible for ensuring that the air
replacement in the room is adequate for both the ventilator and the fuelburning appliance.
Models: iCON30 and
iCON60
Models: iCON30 and
iCON60 using the skirt
supplied.
The iCON ventilator units are designed to slide into standard sized ducting or
pipes, [See: Safety Recommendations]. The sizes of the holes made in
ceiling or walls largely depend on the type of ducting used, [See: Cutting
holes].
Configuration options
Note: On-off switches for ventilators shall be selected and sited in accordance
with electrical safety regulations and standards.
Your iCON ventilator packaging contains:
iCON15
iCON30
iCON60
Fan assembly
Fan assembly
Fan assembly
(72591501)
(72591601)
(72591701)
Skirt
Skirt
(82594401)
(82595601)
Fixing Pack (82592901)
Fixing Pack (82593301)
2 x Plastic wall Plugs
3 x Plastic wall Plugs
2 x 5mm x 32mm Pan head screws
3 x 4mm x 32mm Pan head screws
1 x Cable clamp
1 x Cable clamp
2 x M3 x 10mm Flange head screws 2 x M3 x 10mm Flange head screws
1 x Cable grommet
3 x M3 x 8mm Flange head screws
1 x Cable grommet
Instruction Booklet (9021432) - keep for future reference
Note: Control modules are packaged separately.
Positioning
The iCON 230V range of ventilators is
suitable for bathrooms, toilets and
kitchens and utility rooms and can be
fitted in Zone 2 and Zone 3 (BS
7671:2001).
Note: The assignment of Zone
numbers is affected by the internal
layout of any particular room, e.g.
position of water sources, the
presence of permanent wall partitions,
whether shower heads are
demountable or fixed, [See also Safety
Recommendations].
Module: All installation and adjustment to be carried out
by a qualified person.
Always isolate the ventilator unit from the power supply
before disassembling the equipment.
Fitting and Wiring Adjusting:
Installation
Domestic Ventilators – 230V
Whilst the iCON range can be used as a simple ventilator powered either from
a switch or connected into a lighting circuit, each ventilator unit can also be
fitted with an internal control module. The control function options include:
timer, PIR, humidity, pull-cord and various standard combinations of these.
Modules are available separately and can be fitted at the time of installation or
retrofitted. [See: Modules for iCON 230V].
ª Position skirt over the hole in the wall or ceiling.
ª Check orientation is correct, i.e. pull-cord slot is at the bottom of skirt for
wall mounting, [See: Installation diagram].
ª Spot through three fixing hole positions in skirt.
ª Drill holes suitable for wall plugs supplied in the fixing kit.
ª Secure skirt to wall or ceiling using screws supplied in fixing kit (three
size 4mm x 32mm screws).
ª Fit ventilator unit into skirt.
ª Check orientation is correct, i.e. align pull cord slots in fan and skirt,
[See: Installation diagram].
ª Secure ventilator unit with three M3 x 8mm screws.
2.25 metres
Typical hole size required (mm)
ICON15
ICON30
ICON60
1
2
3
Recessed
110
160
190
1
4
Surface Mount
Not available
110
160
Notes:
1: Hole size to suit duct 100mm ID, e.g. typical soil pipe, or to suit the pipe
being used.
2: In cavity wall, make hole in inner wall to clear 150mm diameter. In outer
wall make hole as per Note 1.
3: Hole size to suit the 150mm ID pipe to be used, e.g. 160mm, typically.
4: In cavity wall, make hole through inner wall to clear 190mm diameter. In
outer wall make hole to suit 150mm ID pipe, e.g. 160mm typically.
Ventilator Front Cover
Removal
The front cover of the ventilator unit has a bayonet-type fitting.
Remove the retaining screw in the front cover using a
screwdriver.
Rotate the front cover a few degrees anticlockwise and remove.
Refitting
ª Remove the front cover, [See: Front cover
removal].
ª Lift the terminal block away
from fan housing. Push the
two connector pins at one end
of the module into the
electrical terminal block and
Locating slot
tighten with a suitable
screwdriver. Ensure that the
leads are under the retaining
Power connector
clip.
ª Fit slot in power connector end of
module into the location block in
the fan housing.
ª Push module back into the fan
Connector pins
body ensuring that the terminal
block locates over the 2 retaining
pillars.
(Terminal block)
ª Two speed module; Low speed is
factory set for the iCON30 fan as
received. For the iCON60 fan the pot
Cable clip
must be turned fully ACW. It is not
recommended for use with the iCON15.
ª For modules with pull-cords; ensure
that the pull-cord is properly located within
the cord slot at the bottom of the fan housing.
ª For modules with PIR control: Remove the oval
lens cap fitted at the bottom of the front cover of the fan
unit. Replace it with the translucent lens supplied with the
PIR module.
Note: The lens must be replaced in order for the PIR module to function
properly. Ensure that the orientation of the lens is correct, i.e. Lens face
should be flush with surface.
ª Connecting mains cable into the Ventilator: Fix the supplied sealed
grommet into the cable entry hole. Pierce the grommet to allow the
mains cable to be pulled through while maintaining the integrity of the
seal. Connect the cable to the 3 way power connector [See Wiring for
possible wiring schemes] ensuring the supplied cable clamp is fitted.
ª Refit the front cover, [See: Ventilator Front Cover - Refitting].
Module adjustment
DO NOT OPEN THE UNIT OR ADJUST THE CONTROLS
UNLESS THE MAINS POWER TO THE UNIT HAS
BEEN DISCONNECTED.
Reverse the removal procedure to refit the front cover.
Fixing holes
Recessed Mount
ª Slide ventilator unit into the ducting in the wall or ceiling.
ª Check orientation is correct, i.e. for wall mount, the pull-cord slot is at
bottom.
ª Spot through fixing hole positions (2 fixing holes for iCON15; 3 fixing
holes for iCON30 and iCON60).
ª Drill holes suitable for wall plugs supplied in the fixing kit.
ª Secure ventilator unit to structure using screws supplied (two 5mm x
32mm for iCON15; three 4mm x 32mm for iCON30 and iCON60).
A module with Timer,
Humidistat or 2 speed control
is supplied preset, but may
be adjusted by the installer.
01
39
E
57
UL
PA R T N o . 7 2
OD
M
R
E
M
230 V PI R/%RH/ T I
H
%
ME R
TI
MAX
Timer: MAX = 45
minutes, MIN = 2 minute.
(Factory set to approx. 20 minutes)
R
90
40
MIN
Relative humidity (%RH): 40% to 90%
(Factory set to approx. 60%RH)
Low speed adjustment
(Low speed is factory set for iCON30.
For iCON60 turn pot fully ACW)
Ventilator does not
switch on
L
3 AMP
FUSE
Ventilator iris shutters do
not open
Ventilator iris shutters do
not close
B. Control modules used with external
switching.
N
L
L
N
3 AMP FUSE
Ventilator does not
switch off
Ventilator continues to
work for an excessively
long time after leaving
the room
PIR Humidity Timer Module 72573901 A,B
A delay of approximately 45 seconds is
normal operation for iCON ventilators.
Humidity Pull Cord Module 72573902 A,B
Check wiring to mains supply.
Check external 3A fuse
Check wiring to module.
Check Pull Cord on unit.
An incorrectly assembled front cover may
impede the iris shutters:
Remove and replace front cover, [See:
Ventilator Front Cover – Removal/Refitting].
Contact Airflow.
Check wiring connections to switch, unit and
module.
Adjust modules: Reduce TIMER, increase
HUMIDISTAT, [See: Fitting/Installation Modules].
LS
72573903 A,B
Timer Module
Two Speed Module
72612601
5
Pull Cord Module
9
9
9
9
91
8
9
9
9
9
8
8
9
8
9
8
8
8
9
9
8
8
8
8
8
9
8
8
8
8
B
72573601
B
72573602
A
Notes: 1: full speed 2: low speed 3: 2 - 45minutes
5: Not recommended for iCON15 fan.
Description
Skirt
1
82596201
For electrical connections to modules, [See: Modules].
Operating instructions
When the iCON ventilator is switched on, the motor will run for approximately
45 seconds before the iris shutters open. When the mains power is switched
off, the motor will stop and the iris shutters will start closing after 25 seconds.
The delay in opening and closing of the iris shutters is normal.
Installation with control module
Operation with control modules varies with the particular one fitted.
ª A TWO-SPEED module will run at low speed if the pull cord is used, or
high speed if externally triggered. Low speed is always overridden by
external high speed.
An iCON ventilator with a control module fitted starts either when the:
ª infra-red sensor (PIR) detects someone in the room.
ª humidity exceeds the level set (HUMIDISTAT).
ª unit is switched on (TIMER) and continues to work for a pre-set period.
Units with a combination of these functions start when any one triggers.
The iCON ventilator will stop when the control module senses:
ª no one in the room (PIR) and set period has elapsed.
ª humidity has reduced to the level set (HUMIDISTAT) and set period has
elapsed.
ª pull cord being operated and set period has elapsed (Pull Cord options).
ª set period has elapsed (TIMER).
Units with a combination of these functions stop when the last function no
longer triggers and the set period has elapsed.
8
82593101
8
8
Note 1: A skirt is supplied with iCON30 and iCON60 ventilator units for
surface mounting.
Safety
Contacting AIRFLOW
When installed according to these instructions the iCON range of ventilators
is completely safe. The materials used do not constitute a hazard. The
module covers are made of a flame retardant material.
United Kingdom (Head Office)
Cleaning
Note: Check that the cable clamp and sealed grommet, supplied in the fixing
kit, are properly fitted and ensure that the mains cable is firmly secured.
82596201
ALWAYS ISOLATE THE VENTILATOR UNIT FROM THE POWER SUPPLY
BEFORE REMOVING THE COVER.
AIRFLOW DEVELOPMENTS Limited
3 AMP
FUSE
4: 40% - 90 %RH
iCON Model Part Number
ICON15
ICON30
ICON60
72591501
72591601
72591701
82594401
82595601
8
External grille (∅ 150 mm)
N
L
8
8
8
8
92
91
Options and spares
External grille (∅ 100 mm)
Maintenance
C. No control module
PIR Timer Module
Pull Cord
Momentary
Pull Cord
Latching
N
Ventilator iris shutters do
not open or shut
immediately when fan is
switched on or off.
Part No.
Humidity4
A. Pull Cord, PIR and Humidity modules
with no external switching.
230V Module
Description
ALWAYS ISOLATE THE VENTILATOR UNIT FROM THE POWER SUPPLY
BEFORE REMOVING THE COVER.
PIR
If, after carrying out the following checks, the iCON ventilator then fails to
work correctly, contact the installer or AIRFLOW Service Department.
Timer3
All installation to be carried out by a qualified person.
iCON domestic ventilators without modules connect to a suitable 230V/50Hz
main power supply, either via an independent mains rated on/off switch, or into
the lighting circuit switch. The mains connections are made in the fan housing
to the live (L) and neutral (N) positions shown.
Modules for 230V iCON Range
Trigger Input
Trouble-shooting
Wiring
Diagram
Wiring
ª The external housing of the ventilator can be wiped with a damp cloth. Do
not use household cleaners containing abrasives.
ª Cleaning of the internal parts such as the impeller should be carried out
using a soft brush. Note: Always ensure that the ventilator is isolated
from the power supply before inserting the brush into the impeller duct.
ª Never clean any parts of the fan assembly by immersing in water or using
a dishwasher.
Lancaster Road
Cressex Business Park
High Wycombe
Buckinghamshire HP12 3QP
England
Tel:
+44 (0) 1494 525252
Fax:
+44 (0) 1494 461073
Email:
info@airflow.co.uk
WWW: http://www.airflow.co.uk
Germany
Technical specification
AIRFLOW LUFTTECHNIK GmbH
Features
Flexible operation for a range of domestic uses in bathrooms, toilets, kitchens
and utility rooms.
ª Lubricated for life motor with thermal cut-out.
ª IPX4 housing.
ª Double insulated Class II rated.
ª Conforms to current building regulations.
Postfach 1208
D-53349 Rheinbach
Germany
Tel:
+49 (0) 222 69205 0
Fax:
+49 (0) 222 69205 11
info@airflow.de
Email:
WWW: http://www.airflow.de/
United States of America
AIRFLOW TECHNICAL PRODUCTS Inc.
iCON 230V Range Ventilator Unit
ICON model
Part number
Fan size (mm)
Maximum ambient
temperature (°C)
Frequency (Hz)
Power (W)
Voltage (V)
Colour
Mounting
Usage
iCON15
72591501
Ø197 x 89
iCON30
72591601
Ø225 x 141
ICON60
72591701
Ø280 x 165
40
40
40
50
14.5
230
White
50
50
30
75
230
230
White
White
Wall or Ceiling
Recessed
Surface or Recessed
Bathroom, Toilet, Kitchen, Utility room
P.O. Box 372,
219 Route 206,
Andover, NJ 07821
USA
Tel:
Fax:
Email:
WWW:
+1 973 786 6386
+1 973 786 7586
info@airflow.com
http://www.airflow-usa.com/
Czech Republic
AIRFLOW LUFTTECHNIK GmbH
o.s. Praha
Hostýnská 520
108 00 Praha 10
Malešice
Czech Republic
Tel:
Fax:
Email:
+42 (0) 2 7477 2230
+42 (0) 2 7477 2370
airflow@ms.anet.cz
The statements and opinions contained in this document are made and
expressed in good faith. Whilst every effort has been made to provide
reliable information, Airflow Developments Limited do not hold themselves
responsible for possible errors of an editorial or other nature, however
caused. Should you require a more detailed specification for a product
described herein, please contact our sales department. In view of our
continuous programme of improvements we reserve the right to change the
specification for any model or item described in this publication.
© AIRFLOW™ Developments (UK) Ltd. (Dec 2004 iss.G)
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertising