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Assembly and Operating Manual
FG Ventilation Unit with cross flow- plate heat exchanger
FG 6030 G10
FG 9030 G10
FG 6030 G11
FG 9030 G11
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FG 6030 G20
FG 9030 G20
FG 6030 G21
FG 9030 G21
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The data specified above only serve to describe the product.
No statements concerning a certain condition or suitability for
a certain application can be derived from our information. The
information given does not release the user from the obligation
of own judgment and verification.
It must be remembered that our products are subject to a natural process of wear and aging.
This document, as well as the data, specifications and other
information set forth in it, are the exclusive property of ruck
Ventilatoren GmbH.
It may not be reproduced or given to third parties without its
consent.
The picture on the cover shows an example configuration.
The product supplied may therefore differ from the illustration.
Information updated: print 25.02.2014
We reserve the right to make changes
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79309211-150
9211-0
Tel.D-97944
+49 7930
9211-0
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The original manual has been produced
in the German language.
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Assembly and Operating Manual
Contents
A.
EC Declaration of Conformity ............................................................................... 4
B.
CE Declaration of Incorporation ........................................................................... 4
1.
Important information ............................................................................................ 5
1.1.
Rules and regulations ................................................................................... 5
1.2.
Guarantee and liability .................................................................................. 5
2.
General safety instructions ................................................................................... 5
2.1.
Intended use ................................................................................................. 5
2.2.
Improper use ................................................................................................ 6
2.3.
Personnel qualifications ................................................................................ 6
2.4.
Safety instructions in this manuel ................................................................. 6
2.5.
Adhere to the following instructions .............................................................. 7
2.5.1. General instructions ...................................................................................... 7
2.5.2. During installation ......................................................................................... 7
2.5.3. During commissioning .................................................................................. 7
2.5.4. During operation ........................................................................................... 7
2.5.5. During cleaning ............................................................................................. 7
2.5.6. During maintenance and repair .................................................................... 7
2.5.7. Disposal ........................................................................................................ 7
2.6.
Safety labels on the product ......................................................................... 8
3.
Delivery contents.................................................................................................... 9
4.
Product and Performance description ................................................................. 9
4.1.
Device description ........................................................................................ 9
5.
Transport and storage.......................................................................................... 12
6.
Assembly............................................................................................................... 12
6.1.
Duct connections ........................................................................................ 13
6.2.
Medium connections / Heating Coil ............................................................ 13
6.3.
Condensate drainage ................................................................................. 13
7.
Electrical connection ........................................................................................... 14
7.1.
Overcurrent protection ................................................................................ 14
8.
Commissioning..................................................................................................... 15
9.
Operation............................................................................................................... 15
9.1.
Functions .................................................................................................... 15
10. Maintenance and repair ....................................................................................... 16
10.1. Important notes ........................................................................................... 16
10.2. Cleaning and care ...................................................................................... 16
10.3. Maintenance ............................................................................................... 17
10.3.1. Air filter........................................................................................................ 17
10.3.2. Plate heat exchanger .................................................................................. 17
11. Expansion and reconfiguration........................................................................... 17
12. Dismantling and disposal .................................................................................... 18
12.1. Disassembling the product ......................................................................... 18
12.2. Disposal ...................................................................................................... 18
13. Troubleshooting ................................................................................................... 18
14. Technical data ....................................................................................................... 19
15. Appendix ............................................................................................................... 21
15.1. Wiring diagram ........................................................................................... 21
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EC Declaration of Conformity
CE Declaration of Incorporation
As required by EC Directive
in accordance with the Machinery Directive (2006/42/EC)
ruck Ventilatoren GmbH
Max-Planck-Strasse 5
D-97944 Boxberg
Tel.: +49 (0)7930 9211-100
The manufacturer
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Directive 2004/108/EC
The manufacturer
ruck Ventilatoren GmbH
Max-Planck-Strasse 5
D-97944 Boxberg
Tel.: +49 (0)7930 9211-100
declares herewith that the following partly completed machines in
their conception and design, and in the versions marketed by us
comply with the requirements of the named EC directives. In the
event of any changes to the partly completed machine not approved
by us, this declaration loses its validity.
Product designation:
exchanger
Type designation:
Ventilation Unit with cross flow- plate heat
FG 6030 G10, FG 9030 G10, FG 6030 G11,
FG 9030 G11, FG 6030 G20, FG 9030 G20,
FG 6030 G21, FG 9030 G21
The following harmonised standards were used:
DIN EN 61000-6-2: 2005 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) - Part
6-2: Generic standards: Immunity for industrial
environments.
DIN EN 61000-6-3: 2007 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) - Part
6-3: Generic standards: Emission standard
for residential, commercial and light-industrial
environments.
herewith declares that the following product:
Product designation:
exchanger
Type designation:
Ventilation Unit with cross flow- plate heat
FG 6030 G10, FG 9030 G10, FG 6030 G11,
FG 9030 G11, FG 6030 G20, FG 9030 G20,
FG 6030 G21, FG 9030 G21
complies with the basic requirements of the Machinery Directive
(2006/42/EC), Annex I, Sections 1.1.2, 1.1.3, 1.1.5, 1.2.1, 1.3.1,
1.3.2, 1.3.4. and 1.5.1.
The partly completed machine also complies with all requirements
of the Low Voltage Directive (2006/95/EC) and the Electromagnetic
Compatibility Directive (2004/108/EC).
The partly completed machine shall only be taken into service when
it has been established that the machine in which the partly completed machine is to be installed complies with the requirements of the
Machinery Directive (2006/42/EC).
The following harmonised standards were used:
DIN EN 12100-1 Safety of machinery. Basic concepts, general
principles for design. Part 1: Basic terminology,
methodology.
DIN EN 12100-2 Safety of machinery. Basic concepts, general
principles for design. Part 2: Technical principles.
DIN EN 60204-1 Safety of Machinery - Electrical Equipment of Machines, Part 1: General requirements.
The manufacturer undertakes to send the special documentation for
the partly completed machine electronically to the relevant authority
in an individual state on request. The special technical documentation to Annex VII Part B, which belongs to the machine, has been
prepared.
Responsibility for this declarations rests with:
ruck Ventilatoren GmbH
Max-Planck-Strasse 5
D-97944 Boxberg
Boxberg, den 18.02.2014
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Helmut Ortmeier
(Head of Design and Engineering)
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1.
Important information
This manual contains important information on the safe and appropriate assembly, transport, commissioning, operation, maintenance, disassembly and simple troubleshooting of the product.
The product has been manufactured according to the accepted rules of current technology.
There is, however, still a danger of personal injury or damage to equipment if the following general safety
instructions and the warnings before the steps contained in these instructions are not complied with.
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Read these instructions completely and thoroughly before working with the product.
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Keep these instructions in a location where they are accessible to all users at all times.
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Always include the operating instructions when you pass the product on to third parties.
1.1. Rules and regulations
Also observe the generally applicable, legal or otherwise binding regulations of the European or
national legislation and the rules for the prevention of accidents and for environmental protection
applicable in your country.
1.2. Guarantee and liability
ruck products are made to the highest technical standards in accordance with the generally recognized rules of the profession. They are subject to constant quality control and meet the relevant
requirements when delivered. Because the products are being constantly developed, we reserve
the right to make changes to the products at any time and without prior announcement. We do not
accept any liability for the correctness or completeness of this installation and operating manual.
The warranty only applies to the delivered configuration. The warranty will not apply if the
product is incorrectly assembled or handled or not used as intended.
2.
General safety instructions
Planners, plant engineers and operators are responsible for ensuring that the product is installed and
operated correctly.
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Exclusively use ruck Ventilatoren in good technical order and condition.
Check the product for visible defects, for example cracks in the housing or missing rivet, screws
and covers.
Only use the product within the performance range provided in the technical data.
Protection against contact and being sucked in and safety distances should be provided in accordance with DIN EN 294 and DIN 24167-1.
Generally prescribed electrical and mechanical protection devices are to be provided by the client.
Safety components must not be bypassed or put out of operation.
The product may be operated by personnel with limited physical, sensory or mental capacities only if
they are supervised or have been instructed by responsible personnel.
Children must be kept away from the product!
2.1. Intended use
The ruck fan is a component in terms of the machine directive 2006/42/EC (partly completed machinery). The product is a not ready-for-use machine in terms of the machine directive.
It is intended exclusively for installation in a machine or in ventilation equipment and installations or
for combination with other components to form a machinery or installation.
The product may be commissioned only if its integrated in the machinery/system for which it is designed and the machinery/system fully complies with the EC machinery directive.
Observe the operating conditions and performance limits specified in the technical data.
ruck ventilation products can be used to provide:
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Clean, dry air (no condensation) and non-aggressive gases with a maximum density of 1.3 kg/m³.
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The medium and room temperatures and the humidity range given in the technical data and
on the rating plate.
Intended use includes having read and understood these instructions, especially chapter 2
“General safety instructions”.
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2.2. Improper use
Any use of the product other than described in chapter “Intended use” is considered as improper.
The following points are improper and dangerous:
• Delivery of explosive and flammable media or operation in potentially explosive
atmospheres.
• Delivery of aggressive and abrasive media.
• Delivery of media containing dust or grease.
• Installation outside without any protection against the weather.
• Installation in wet areas.
• Operation without the duct system.
• Operation with closed air connections.
2.3. Personnel qualifications
Assembly, commissioning, operation, disassembly and service (including maintenance and repair)
require basic mechanical and electrical knowledge, as well as knowledge of the appropriate technical terms. In order to ensure operating safety, these activities may therefore only be carried out by
qualified technical personnel or a instructed person under the direction and supervision of qualified
personnel. Qualified personnel are those who can recognize possible hazards and institute the appropriate safety measures due to their professional training, knowledge, and experience, as well as
their understanding of the relevant conditions pertaining to the work to be done. Qualified personnel
must observe the rules relevant to the subject area.
2.4. Safety instructions in this manuel
In this manual, there are safety instructions before the steps whenever there is a danger of
personal injury or damage to the equipment. The measures described to avoid these hazards
must be observed.
Safety instructions are set out as follows:
Safety sign (warning triangle)
- Draws attention to the risk.
• Type of risk
- Identifies the type or source of the hazard.
» Consequences
- Describes what occurs when the safety instructions are not
complied with.
→ Precautions
- States how the hazard can be avoided.
Safety sign
Appendix
(warning triangle)
General warning!
Indicates possible hazardous situations. Failure to observe the warnings
may result in personal injury and / or damage to property.
Electricity warning (hazardous voltage)!
Indicates possible hazards due to electricity. Failure to observe the
warnings may result in death, injury and/or damage to property.
Hot surface warning!
Indicates possible hazards due to high surface temperatures. Failure to observe the warnings may result in personal injury and/or damage to property.
Crushing of fingers warning!
Indicates possible hazards due to moving and rotating parts. Failure to
observe the warnings may result in personal injury.
Overhead load warning!
Indicates possible hazards due to overhead loads. Failure to observe the
warnings may result in death, injury and/or damage to property.
Important instructions follow!
Instructions for safe, optimum use of the product.
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2.5. Adhere to the following instructions
2.5.1. General instructions
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Observe the provisions for accident prevention and environmental protection for the country
where the product is used and at the workplace.
Persons who assemble, operate, disassemble or maintain ruck products must not
consume any alcohol, drugs or pharmaceuticals that may affect their ability to respond.
Responsibilities for the operation, maintenance and regulation of the product should be
clearly determined and observed so that there can be no unclear areas of responsibility
with regard to safety.
Never overload the product. Never use it as a handle or step. Do not place anything on it.
The warranty only applies to the delivered configuration.
The warranty will not apply if the product is incorrectly assembled or handled or not used
as intended.
2.5.2. During installation
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Disconnect all of the product‘s poles from the mains before installing the product or connecting or removing plugs. Make sure that the product cannot be switched back on again.
Lay cables and lines so that they cannot be damaged and no one can trip over them.
Before commissioning, make sure that all gaskets and seals in the plug-in connections are
correctly fitted and undamaged in order to prevent fluids and foreign matter getting into the
product.
Information signs must not be changed or removed.
2.5.3. During commissioning
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Make sure that all electrical connections are either used or covered. Commission the product
only if it is installed completely.
The power switch must be always fully functional and easy accessible!
2.5.4. During operation
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Only authorized personnel is allowed to operate the setting mechanisms of the components
or parts, under the provision that the system is used as intended.
In an emergency, or if there is a fault, or other irregularities, switch the equipment off and
make sure it cannot be switched back on again.
The technical data given on the rating plate must not be exceeded.
2.5.5. During cleaning
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Never use solvents or aggressive detergents. Only clean the product using a slightly damp,
lint-free cloth. Only use water to do this and, if necessary, a mild detergent.
Do not use a high-pressure cleaner for cleaning.
After cleaning, make sure that the product is working correctly again.
2.5.6. During maintenance and repair
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If operated correctly, ruck products only require a minimum amount of maintenance. Please
follow all of the instructions given in section 10 in this respect.
Make sure that no connections or components are loosened unless the device is
disconnected from the. Make sure that the equipment cannot be switched back on again.
Individual components must not be interchanged. For example, the components intended for
one product may not be used for other products.
2.5.7. Disposal
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Dispose the product in accordance with the currently applicable national regulations in your
country.
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2.6. Safety labels on the product
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1
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4
Fig. 1:
Safety labels on the product
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Achtung!
Vor dem öffnen des
Gehäusedeckels Gerät
allpolig vom Netz
trennen!
(2)
→ Before performing any work on conductive parts, always disconnect the unit completely
from the electricity supply and make sure that it cannot be switched back on again.
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Ventilator 90/30
Electricity warning (hazardous voltage)!
» Failure to observe the hazard may result in death, injury or damage to property.
114430
(1)
Rating plate
» Only use the product within the performance range provided in the technical data.
230 V~ 50 Hz
Nennstrom 7,5 A
Nennleistung 1,29kW
Thermokontakt ausgeführt
(3)
Erhitzer
Heating Coil
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Connections for the heating coils.
» For further information on the heating coil, see Sections 6.2 and 9.4
2RR
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(4)
Paneelfilter
Air filter (Panel Filter) Filter class M5
» For further information on changing filters, see Section 10.3.2.
M5
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Electricity warning (hazardous voltage)!
» Failure to observe the hazard may result in death, injury or damage to property.
→ Before performing any work on conductive parts, always disconnect the unit completely from the
electricity supply and make sure that it cannot be switched back on again.
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3.
Delivery contents
Included in delivery depending on model type:
4.
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1 x FG, Ventilation Unit with crossflow plate heat exchanger
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2 x forward curved centrifugal fans (integrated)
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2 x compact panel filter M5 (integrated)
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1 x integrated heating coil
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1 x remote control with control cable (optional by integrated control)
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1 x Heat Exchanger „ DX coil“ (Optional depending on typ)
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1 x Cooling coil „cold water“ (Optional depending on typ)
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1 x installation and operating manual
Product and Performance description
The ruck FG is a ventilation unit with integral plate-type crossflow heat exchanger for optimum waste-heat
recovery. The unit includes two type M5 panel filters, two forward-curved radial fans, feed and exhaust
air damper units with positioning drives, Another cooling or DX-coil can also be fitted as an option. The
high quality housing consists of a frameless sheet metal structure with smooth internal and external walls.
The housing is insulated with 40 mm mineral wool. There are no cold bridges. The fans are driven by
voltage-controlled 230 V motors.
Data in detail:
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Frameless housing made from galvanised steel, without cold bridges.
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Extractable crossflow plate heat exchanger
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Hot water re-heater
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Extractable large panel filters M5.
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Supply- and extract air flap device with actuator.
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Complete integrated control system, fully wired and ready to plug in (optional)
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Integrated isolator switch.
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External control unit with control cable. (optional)
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Optionally with cooling or DX-Coil.
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Maximum temperature: 55 C° ( technical data).
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Protection class: in ceiling installation correct duct and cable connection, IP 43 (see connection
diagram).
4.1. Device description
The units illustrated in Section 4.1 are examples of typical configurations.
Because ruck FG units can be manufactured in a range of configurations, the product supplied may
deviate from those illustrated.
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FG 6030 G10...,
FG 6030 G11...,
FG 9030 G10 ...
FG 9030 G11 ...
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7
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6
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8
Fig. 2:
FG 9030 G11...
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13
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6
14
11
15
16
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7
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6
19 18
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Legend
1.
Housing
11. Crossflow plate heat exchanger
2.
Filter (Panel Filter) M5
12. Connection heating coil
3.
Connection extract air
13. Frost protection controller
4.
Damper
14. Connection cooling coil
5.
Connection supply air
15. Warm water coil
6.
Fan - forward curved impeller
16. Cold water coil)
7.
Connection intake air
17. Motor flange plate (Diffuser connection)
8.
Connection exhaust air
18. Droplet separator
9.
Socket
19. Drip tray
10. Door
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FG 6030 G20...,
FG 6030 G21...,
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1
5
14
15
6
3
7
10
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9
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12
10
16
17
FG 9030 G20 ...
FG 9030 G21 ...
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12
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Fig. 3:
FG 9030 G20...
Legend
1.
Cover
11. Connection exhaust air
2.
Lock
12. Damper
3.
Cover
13. Connection intake air
4.
Handle
14. Motor flange plate (Diffuser connection)
5.
Connection heating coil
15. Connection supply air
6.
Warm water coil
16. Connection extract air
7.
Connection condensate drainage
17. Filter (Panel Filter) M5
8.
Drip tray
18. Bypass damper
9.
Crossflow plate heat exchanger
19. Housing
10. Fan - forward curved impeller
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5.
Transport and storage
Transport and storage should only be performed by specialist personnel in accordance with the installation
and operating manual and regulations in force.
The following points should be noted and followed:
Fig. 4:
Unit transported on a pallet with
a forklift.
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2
3
Fig. 5:
Transport the unit to crane
1) carrying strap out of tissue
2) spacer
3) round pipe for fixing the strap
6.
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Check the delivery according to the delivery note to ensure it is complete and correct and check for
any damage. Any missing quantities or damage incurred during transport should be confirmed by the
carrier. No liability is accepted if this is not observed.
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The product weighs approx. 200 - 600 kg (depending on the product type in question).
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It should be transported with suitable lifting equipment in the original packaging or on the transport
equipment indicated.
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If transported with a forklift it should be ensured that the product is resting with the basic profile or base
frame completely on the forks or on a pallet and the product‘s centre of gravity is between the forks
(see Fig. 4).
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The driver must be authorized to drive a forklift.
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When transporting with a crane, use webbing slings and spreader bars (see Fig. 5).
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Do not go beneath the suspended load.
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Only lift and transport the machine by its base plate, never by the cover handle!
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Avoid damage or deformation of the housing.
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The product must be stored in a dry area and protected from the weather in the original packaging.
Open pallets should be covered with tarpaulins. Even weatherproof modules should be covered because their weather resistance is only guaranteed after complete installation.
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Storage temperature between –10°C and +40°C. Avoid severe temperature fluctuations.
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If the product has been in storage for more than a year, check the smooth running of impellers and
valves by hand.
Assembly
Assembly work may only be performed by specialist personnel in accordance with the installation and
operating manual and the regulations and standards in force.
The following points should be noted and followed:
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The foundation must be even and levelled. It must not exhibit unevenness or a slope in any direction.
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Suitable foundations are: full foundation in concrete, strip foundations or steel bearer structures. In the
case of strip foundations and steel structures, it must be ensured that the machine base sits fair and
square on the bearers. Steel structures must be sufficiently rigid for the size of the machine.
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Set up and align the machine with the aid of a water level. Only if the machine is horizontally installed
can proper condensate drainage be guaranteed.
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Only suitable installation aids, in accordance with regulations, should be used.
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The installation should be easily accessible for maintenance and cleaning and should be easy to
dismantle.
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The unit should only be installed with authorized and suitable fastening materials at all fastening
points.
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Do not distort the unit when installing.
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The unit should be suitably secured.
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No holes should be made in the housing, or any screws screwed into it.
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The duct system must not be supported on the housing.
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It is recommended that the duct system is attached with flexible connections in order to isolate any
structure-borne noise.
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Make sure that the duct system cannot be closed off.
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Make sure that the intake duct has direct access to the intake air.
Warning: branches in the intake duct, to other fan units for example, may, if the dimensions
are too small, lead to low pressure in the duct and therefore malfunction of the unit.
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The pressure loss in the duct system must not be more than the capacity of the unit! The pressure
loss in the duct should not be more than 2/3 the unit‘s maximum pressure so that an adequate air
output can still be achieved. This will prevent malfunction.
Pressure losses in the duct system are adversely affected by: the length of the duct system, small
duct cross-section, elbows, additional filters, valves, etc.
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6.1. Duct connections
During installation the standard diffusor / noise diffusor the following points should be noted and
followed:
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For the duct diameter transition, accessories are used.
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Fasten transition piece to the housing (Rotoline) with 4 hexagon-head bolts (M8x20).
Fig. 6:
Connection air duct
6.2. Medium connections / Heating Coil
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A
M
B
AB
Bypass circuit
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Before connecting heating coil, the duct system must be thoroughly cleaned.
Use only permitted sealants (DIN EN 751-2, DVGW tested).
Water connections as marked on the heat exchanger.
When making pipe connections to the unit, with screw connections, a wrench, for example,
must be used to hold against the tightening torque.
The connection must be executed without tension.
Air bleeding can be done via the ventilation valve on the heat exchanger.
All pipes and fittings of the medium connections must be insulated.
Hydraulic circuits
For air conditioning applications, there are three basic circuits:
Bypass circuit
With the bypass circuit, only the hot water is fed to the heating coil. The rest of the water supplied
by the pump bypasses the heating coil. This can lead to a temperature difference between top and
bottom of the heating coil if the flow of water through it is very small. The resulting temperature gradients can lead to false temperature measurements in the duct or to draught effects in the room.
The bypass circuit is usually used in air coolers. In air coolers, the air is partly cooled below the dew
point and thereby dehumidified.
M
Admixture circuit
A
Admixture circuit
In the admixture circuit, the circulating pump always supplies the full amount of water required by
the heating coil with an amount of hot water determined by the valve setting. The temperature is
thus constant over the whole heating surface. The temperature control is thus much better. Furthermore, the risk of frost damage when the pump is running is reduced as the continuous circulation
and increased pressure reduce the freezing point of the water.
The only advantage of the bypass circuit over the admixture circuit arises when the pipe lengths
between three-way ball valve and water heater are very long. Because the pump is ahead of the
valve, there is always hot water available at the valve that can be immediately fed to the heat exchanger if required. When in admixture circuit it is possible the water in the pipe to the valve cools,
so when heat is required there is a short delay before the hot water reaches the heating coil.
M
B
AB
Injection circuit
Injection circuit
The combination of these circuits is the injection circuit, which is generally recommended.
6.3. Condensate drainage
Fig. 7:
Standing water H
Δ pst [Pa]
H [mm]
300
60
400
60
500
66
600
76
700
86
800
97
Table 1: Standing water
height H in siphon as a
function off pressure.
• The cooler is equipped with a stainless steel condensate sump.
• A drainage connection from the condensate sump is brought out of the unit.
• To avoid corrosion, the drain pipe from this connection should be in stainless steel, copper or
plastic.
• A siphon must be installed on each condensate drainage connection.
• The standing water height in the siphon depends on the pressure inside the unit, the minimum is
60 mm. For internal pressures above 400 Pa, see table 1.
The standing water height can also be determined by calculation, provided the minimum of 60 mm
is maintained:
Example calculation:
Δpst = Δpt - Δpd
Δpst = 500 Pa (see technical data)
1 mm water gauge equals 9,81 Pa
Legend
Δpst = Static pressure [Pa]
Δpt = Total pressure [Pa]
Δpd = Dynamic pressure [Pa]
H = Standing water [mm]
Standing water height H
H = Δpst / 9,81 Pa/mm + 15 mm
H = 500 Pa / 9,81 Pa/mm +15 mm
H = 66 mm
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Electrical connection
• Electricity warning (hazardous voltage)!
» Failure to observe the hazard may result in death, injury or damage to property.
→ Before performing any work on conductive parts, always disconnect the unit completely
from the electricity supply and make sure that it cannot be switched back on again.
Electrical installation may only be performed by qualified electricians in accordance with the installation and
operating manual and the national regulations, standards and guidelines in force:
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EN, DIN and VDE specifications, including all safety requirements.
Technical connection conditions.
Safety at work and accident prevention requirements.
This list does not claim to be complete.
Requirements should be applied under one‘s own personal responsibility.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
The electrical connections must be made as shown in the corresponding wiring diagrams and terminal
diagrams.
The type of cable, size of cable and method of laying should be determined by an authorized electrician.
Low and extra-low voltage cables should be laid separately.
An all-pole mains disconnection device with at least 3 mm contact gap must be provided in the supply
line.
Use a separate cable inlet for each cable.
Any cable inlets that are not used must be sealed so that it is airtight.
All cable inlets must have strain relief.
Create equipotential bonding between the unit and the duct system.
Check all protective measures after the electrical connection work (earthing resistance, etc.)
Unit supply cable
Connect the mains supply cable as shown in the wiring diagram. For the dimensioning of the line, observe
the unit‘s rating plate and the relevant guidelines. Suitable fuse protection should be provided.
7.1. Overcurrent protection
•
The unit may only be operated with the correct overcurrent protection.
•
This must be established by a qualified electrician.
•
The recommended protection is shown in the enclosed wiring diagram.
Table 2
Typ
14
Fuse protection
FG 6030 G10...
3 x 16 A
FG 9030 G10...
3 x 20 A
FG 6030 G11...
3 x 16 A
FG 9030 G11...
3 x 20 A
FG 6030 G20...
3 x 16 A
FG 9030 G20...
3 x 20 A
FG 6030 G21...
3 x 16 A
FG 9030 G21...
3 x 20 A
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8.
Commissioning
• Electricity warning (hazardous voltage)!
» Failure to observe the hazard may result in death, injury or damage to property.
→ Before performing any work on conductive parts, always disconnect the unit completely from
the electricity supply and make sure that it cannot be switched back on again.
• Never reach into the impeller or other rotating or moving parts.
» Failure to observe the hazard may lead to serious injury.
→ Work may only be performed once the impeller has come to a complete halt.
•
»
Caution! Burning hazard.
Failure to observe the hazard may result in personal injury and/or damage to property.
→ Do not touch the surface until the motor and heater have cooled.
Commissioning by trained technical personnel may only be performed when any risk has been ruled out.
The following checks should be performed in accordance with the installation and operating manual and
the regulations in force:
• Correctly sealed installation of the unit and duct system.
• Check the duct system, unit and medium lines, if present, remove any foreign bodies if necessary.
• The intake opening and inflow into the unit must be clear.
• Check all mechanical and electrical protection measures (e.g. earthing).
• Voltage, frequency and type of current must correspond with the rating plate.
• Check all electrical connections and wiring.
• Check any electrical, switching, safety and control devices connected.
• The unit may not be switched on when the housing is open.
• Measure electricity consumption at operating speed and compare with the rated current.
• Check the fan for excessive vibrations and noise generation.
• The fan must not rub on the inlet nozzle or other attachments!
9.
Operation
9.1. Functions
Thermal contact
The motor has a thermal contact that opens when the permissible motor temperature is exceeded.
The unit switches off when the contact opens. The device can be put back into operation once the
motor has cooled, i.e. the thermal contact has closed and the fault has been removed (see 13.2.
Fault diagnosis chart).
Hot water coil
The power of the hot water coil is steplessly regulated with the heating valve. When heat is required
the heating valve is opened and at the same time the output for an external circulating pump is put
into operation. A heating coil that has been installed is protected from icing by an anti-freeze thermostat. If the supply air temperature drops below the temperature set on the anti-freeze controller, the
valves close and the circulating pump runs constantly, the heating valve opens and a fault message
is given
Cold water coil/cooling unit
The cold water coil is steplessly regulated with the cooling valve If cooling is required, the cooling
valve is opened and at the same time the cooling unit enable output is activated.
The minimum switching time for ON and OFF is 5 minutes each, i.e. the cooling unit is switched on
and off a maximum of six times per hour.
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10. Maintenance and repair
10.1. Important notes
• Electricity warning (hazardous voltage)!
» Failure to observe the hazard may result in death, injury or damage to property.
→ Before performing any work on conductive parts, always disconnect the unit completely
from the electricity supply and make sure that it cannot be switched back on again.
• Never reach into the impeller or other rotating or moving parts.
» Failure to observe the hazard may lead to serious injury.
→ Work may only be performed once the impeller has come to a complete halt.
•
»
Caution! Burning hazard.
Failure to observe the hazard may result in personal injury and/or damage to property.
→ Do not touch the surface until the motor and heater have cooled.
Maintenance and repairs may only be performed by specialist personnel in accordance with this installation and operating manual and the regulations in force.
Do not repair defective or damaged units yourself, but report the damage or faults to the manufacturer in
writing.
•
Unauthorized repairs may cause personal injury and / or damage to property, in which case
the manufacturer‘s guarantee or warranty will not apply.
10.2. Cleaning and care
Servicing, troubleshooting and cleaning may only be performed by specialist personnel in
accordance with this installation and operating manual and the regulations in force.
If operated correctly, ruck products only require a small amount of maintenance.
The following work should be performed at regular intervals, in accordance with health and safety
regulations:
•
Check the operation of the control system and safety devices.
•
Check electrical connections and wiring for damage.
•
Remove any dirt from the fan impeller or impellers and from inside the fan housing in order to
prevent any unbalance or reduction in output.
» Do not use aggressive or easily flammable products for cleaning (impellers/housing).
Preferably only water (not flowing water) or mild suds should be used.
» The impeller should be cleaned with a cloth or brush.
» Never use a high-pressure cleaner.
» Balancing clips must not be moved or removed.
» The impeller and fittings must not be damaged in any way.
•
Check the operation of the bearing with a visual inspection and by checking running noise.
•
Check the unit for leaks on the air side.
•
Clean the fins of the cooling coil with a paint brush
•
The plate-type heat exchanger can be removed for cleaning.
Before putting the unit back into operation after maintenance and servicing work, carry out a
visual inspection as described in Section 7 and 8.
Fig. 9
Fan
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10.3. Maintenance
10.3.1. Air filter
To ensure that the air filter is changed correctly, proceed as follows:
•
•
•
The air filter can be removed without the use of tools.
The air filter should be replaced if severely clogged.
When changing the filter make sure that the filter frame is sitting correctly on the guide rail in the
device.
Model: FG 6030 G10... , FG 9030 G10... , FG 6030 G11... , FG 9030 G11...
1
Fig. 11
(2) Take out the air filter and replace!.
Fig. 10
(1) Open door
2
Model: FG 6030 G20... , FG 9030 G20...
1
2
Fig. 12
(1) Remove the cover
Fig. 13
(2) Release the filter clamp, withdraw the
filter and replace it with a new one.
10.3.2. Plate heat exchanger
Plate-type heat exchangers are, as a rule, maintenance-free, however, it is recommended that
they are cleaned occasionally. It is important that the fins are not damaged.
11. Expansion and reconfiguration
The unit must not be reconfigured.
ruck Ventilatoren‘s warranty only applies for the configuration delivered.
The warranty will cease to apply after any reconfiguration or expansion.
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12. Dismantling and disposal
• Risk of injury if dismantled under hazardous voltage!
» If you do not switch off the voltage before starting to dismantle the unit you may injure yourself and damage the product or parts of the installation.
→ Make sure that the relevant parts of the installation have been disconnected from the voltage
supply.
Dismantle the unit as follows:
12.1. Disassembling the product
Observe the safety instructions given in Sections 2 to 8 and Section 12 when decommissioning and
disassembling the unit.
12.2. Disposal
Careless disposal of the unit may be cause pollution.
Please therefore dispose of the unit in accordance with the national requirements that apply in
your country.
13. Troubleshooting
Please note the following instructions:
•
•
•
•
•
Proceed systematically and purposefully when troubleshooting, even when under the pressure
of time. In the worst case, randomly and indiscriminately dismantling and changing settings may
result in it no longer being possible to determine the original cause of the fault.
Get an overview of the unit‘s operation in conjunction with the overall installation.
Try to clarify whether the unit provided the required function in the overall installation before the
fault occurred.
Try to find any changes to the overall installation in which the unit is installed:
» Have the unit‘s operating conditions or operating range been changed?
» Have any changes (e.g. reconfigurations) or repairs been performed on the overall system
(installation, electrics, control) or to the unit? If yes: what?
» Has the unit been operated correctly?
» How does the fault appear?
Form a clear idea of the cause of the fault. If necessary, question the immediate operator or the
installation operator.
If you have not been able to remove the fault, please contact the manufacturer. The contact
address can be found at www.ruck.eu or on the back cover of this operating and installation
manual.
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14. Technical data
FG 6030 G10 33 01
FG 6030 G10 50 01
FG 9030 G10 33 01
FG 9030 G10 50 01
FG 6030 G11 33 01
FG 6030 G11 50 01
FG 9030 G11 33 01
FG 9030 G11 50 01
FG 6030 G11 33 03
FG 6030 G11 50 03
FG 9030 G11 33 03
FG 9030 G11 50 03
Specifications
113746
113747
113758
113759
113749
116956
113760
113761
122623
122625
122627
122629
Length
L
mm
1578
1578
1578
1578
1958
1958
1958
1958
1958
1958
1958
1958
Diffusor
L1
mm
475
475
475
475
475
475
475
475
475
475
475
475
L2
mm
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
Width
B
mm
690
690
990
990
690
690
990
990
690
690
990
990
Height
H
mm
845
845
845
845
845
845
845
845
845
845
845
845
Nominal width
NW
mm 600/300
600/300
900/300
900/300
600/300
600/300
900/300
900/300
600/300
600/300
900/300
900/300
230V ~
Units / Model
Weight
kg
210,0
210,0
265,0
265,0
245,0
245,0
315,0
315,0
V
230V ~
230V ~
230V ~
230V ~
230V ~
230V ~
230V ~
230V ~
230V ~
230V ~
230V ~
Frequency
Hz
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
Power consumption
W
2250
2400
3050
3700
2100
2400
3100
3350
2100
2400
3100
3350
A
11,0
12,0
16,0
18,0
11,0
11,0
18,0
18,0
11,0
11,0
18,0
18,0
°C
55
50
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
m³/h
2350
2650
3330
3660
2090
2370
3050
3350
2090
2370
3050
3350
1/min
2750
2690
2755
2675
2790
2760
2790
2780
2790
2760
2790
2780
Pa
710
720
760
760
710
720
760
750
720
760
750
Operating voltage
Current
Max. medium temp.
Max. air volume
RPM
Max. pressure
Sound intake air
LWA 5
dB(A)
65
65
67
68
62
63
66
67
62
63
66
67
Sound outlet air
LWA 6
dB(A)
80
80
83
82
80
80
82
83
80
80
82
83
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Filter grade
2 x M5
2 x M5
2 x M5
2 x M5
2 x M5
2 x M5
2 x M5
2 x M5
2 x M5
2 x M5
2 x M5
2 x M5
Wiring diagram No.
Fan stage
117007
117007
117007
117007
117007
117007
117007
117007
117007
117007
117007
117007
Plate heat exchanger
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Heating coil warm water
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Cooling coil cold water
-
-
-
-
X
X
X
X
-
-
-
-
DX coil
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
X
X
X
X
L1
L
L1
B
L2
L2
H
Fig. 14b:
FG 6030 G10... und FG 9030 G10...
L1
L2
L
L1
L2
L
Fig. 14a:
Dimensions of the supply air unit
FG 6030 G10..., FG 9030 G10...
FG 6030 G11..., FG 9030 G11...
Fig. 14c:
FG 6030 G11... und FG 9030 G11...
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FG 6030 G20 21 01
FG 6030 G20 24 01
FG 9030 G20 21 01
FG 9030 G20 24 01
FG 6030 G21 21 01
FG 6030 G21 24 01
FG 9030 G21 21 01
FG 9030 G21 24 01
FG 6030 G21 21 03
FG 6030 G21 24 03
FG 9030 G21 21 03
FG 9030 G21 24 03
Specifications
113752
113753
115834
118327
120200
120201
120202
120203
122635
122636
122637
122638
Length
L
mm
1477
1477
1477
1477
2220
2220
2220
2220
2220
2220
2220
2220
Diffusor
L1
mm
475
475
475
475
475
475
475
475
475
475
475
475
L2
mm
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
Width
B
mm
1327
1327
1927
1927
1327
1327
1927
1927
1327
1327
1927
1927
Height
H
mm
367
Nominal width
NW
mm 600/300
Units / Model
Weight
367
367
367
367
367
367
367
367
367
367
367
600/300
900/300
900/300
600/300
600/300
900/300
900/300
600/300
600/300
900/300
900/300
230V ~
kg
205,0
205,0
285,0
285,0
205,0
205,0
285,0
285,0
V
230V ~
230V ~
230V ~
230V ~
230V ~
230V ~
230V ~
230V ~
230V ~
230V ~
230V ~
Frequency
Hz
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
Power consumption
W
2200
2250
3000
3000
2100
2100
2850
2850
2050
2100
2850
2850
A
11,0
11,0
16,0
16,0
11,0
10,5
16,0
16,0
10,0
10,5
16,0
16,0
°C
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
m³/h
2350
2380
3040
3090
2090
2090
2820
2840
2010
2090
2820
2840
1/min
2760
2720
2810
2780
2790
2872
2820
2820
2770
2872
2820
2820
Pa
700
700
760
765
710
690
760
760
680
690
760
760
Operating voltage
Current
Max. medium temp.
Max. air volume
RPM
Max. pressure
Sound intake air
LWA 5
dB(A)
Sound outlet air
LWA 6
dB(A)
62
80
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Filter grade
2 x M5
2 x M5
2 x M5
2 x M5
2 x M5
2 x M5
2 x M5
2 x M5
2 x M5
2 x M5
2 x M5
2 x M5
Wiring diagram No.
Fan stage
117007
117007
117007
117007
117007
117007
117007
117007
117007
117007
117007
117007
Plate heat exchanger
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Heating coil warm water
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Cooling coil cold water
-
-
-
-
X
X
X
X
-
-
-
-
DX coil
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
X
X
X
X
L1
L
L1
L2
L2
L
H
Fig. 15b:
FG 6030 G20... und FG 9030 G20...
B
L1
L
L2
Fig. 15a:
Dimensions of the supply air unit
FG 6030 G20..., FG 9030 G20...
FG 6030 G21..., FG 9030 G21...
Fig. 15c:
FG 6030 G21...und FG 9030 G21...
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15. Appendix
15.1. Wiring diagram
Wiring diagrams No.: 117007
Wiring diagrams No.: 117983 (optional)
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