HYBRID COMPACT - Glow-worm

HYBRID COMPACT - Glow-worm

HYBRID COMPACT

System Installation

Dual-energy system for heating and hot water

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

I N T R O D U C T I O N

1.3 Explanation of symbols...........................................................................................3

2.2 Example of Installation – Diagram 9 (9.1) : HYBRID COMPACT with 1 low heating temperature zone (30-40°C) or 1 high heating temperature zone (< 80°C) ...........4

2.3 Example of Installation – Diagram 9 (9.2) : HYBRID COMPACT with 2 low heating temperature zones (30-40°C) or 2 high heating temperature zones (< 80°C) .......5

2.4 Example of Installation – diagram 9 (9.3) : HYBRID COMPACT with 3 low heating temperature zones (30-40°C) or 3 high heating temperature zones (< 80°C) .......6

3 Safety instructions and regulations ....................................................................................................7

3.2 Regulations.............................................................................................................7

I N S TA L L AT I O N

4 System appliance installation ............................................................................................................8

4.1 Recommendations before installing .......................................................................8

5.1 Heat pump circuit....................................................................................................9

6.5 Systempro control unit ..........................................................................................13

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

C O M M I S S I O N I N G

7 Filling the glycol circuit .....................................................................................................................15

8 Filling the heating circuit ..................................................................................................................16

9 Activating the heat pump .................................................................................................................16

10 Activating the boiler ..........................................................................................................................16

11 Activating the room thermostat ........................................................................................................16

12 Activating the control unit .................................................................................................................16

12.1 Confi guring the installation ...................................................................................17

12.3 "Thermostat / sensor" menu .................................................................................18

12.7 Settings.................................................................................................................20

12.10 Options .................................................................................................................27

12.11 Heating system test ..............................................................................................28

12.12 Finishing ...............................................................................................................28

13 Re-check and restart ........................................................................................................................29

M A I N T E N A N C E

16.2 Control unit maintenance menu ...........................................................................31

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INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION

The instructions are an integral part of the system appliances and must be handed to the user on completion of the installation in order to comply with the current regulation.

• Carefully read the manual, to understand all the information to enable safe installation, use and servicing. No liability can be accepted in the event of damage for not complying with the guidance in this instruction manual.

These instructions consist of, Installation, Servicing, Fault

Finding. The instructions are an integral part of the appliance and must be handed to the user on completion of the installation.

- Heat pump use and installation instructions

- Hydraulic module use and installation instructions

- Systempro Control unit use and installation instructions

- Climapro2 RF programmable Room thermostat use and installation instructions

- Wireless outdoor sensor installation instructions

- Accessories installation instructions (motorized 2 port valve...)

1.3 Explanation of symbols

a

DANGER: Risk of injuries.

e

DANGER: Risk of electric shock.

b

ATTENTION: Risk of damage to the appliance or to its surroundings.

i

IMPORTANT: Important information.

We recommend you complete and return as soon as possible your guarantee registration card (delivered with the hydraulic module). If your guarantee registration card is missing you can obtain a copy or record your registration by telephoning the

Glow-worm Customer Service number 01773 596510.

The hybrid system consists of the following components:

- A Glow-worm Envirosorb 5 heat pump,

- A "Compact" hydraulic module,

- A boiler,

- The Systempro control unit

- A Climapro2 RF wireless programmable room thermostat,

- A wireless photovoltaic outdoor sensor

The following options may be added to the system:

- 2 port valves for zoning,

- A domestic hot water cylinder

The hybrid system’s concept of operation is as follows:

- The home's heat is generated by either the heat pump or the boiler, dependant on outdoor weather conditions, and the energy prices paid for gas and electricity.

- The software in the Systempro control unit constantly monitors outdoor temperature, and the co-effi cient of

Performance (COP). The control unit then decides when to switch between the heat pump or the boiler to maintain comfort levels, whilst maximising the effi ciency of the system.

The switchover point must be determined in accordance with the respective energy costs (see the "Activation of control unit >

Settings> Energy management" chapter).

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INTRODUCTION

2.2 Example of Installation – Diagram 9 (9.1) : HYBRID COMPACT with 1 low heating temperature zone (30-40°C) or 1 high heating temperature zone (< 80°C)

i

Refer to the chapters “Hydraulic connection” and

“Electrical Connection” to connect the system.

b

This diagram shows the case of an installation with a single zone low temperature heating fl oor (= outlet temperature < 40°C).

i

DHW components only necessary with sealed system or open vented installations. Hot water production can be via a combi boiler instead.

7

D

6

5

C

4

3

2

1

230V

EBUS

B

A

14

Key

2 Systempro control unit

3 "Compact" hydraulic module

4 Heat pump electrical supply + protection (This must have it's own single isolation)

5 Wireless outdoor sensor

6 Domestic hot water cylinder

8 Domestic hot water cylinder 2 port valve

9 Climapro2 RF programmable wireless room thermostat

10 Heating circuit (UFH shown, but can be underfl oor or radiators)

11 Overheating safety (if underfl oor heating)

12 Heating circuit 2 port valve

13 Glycol PRV discharge

14 Heat pump circuit fi lter (not supplied)

I

8

13

E

F

H

G

11

A Heat pump circuit return

B Heat pump circuit fl ow

C Cold water supply

D Domestic hot water fl ow

F Boiler circuit return

H Heating circuit return

I Heat pump circuit safety valve discharge

12

9

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INTRODUCTION

2.3 Example of Installation – Diagram 9 (9.2) : HYBRID COMPACT with 2 low heating temperature zones (30-40°C) or 2 high heating temperature zones (< 80°C)

i

Refer to the chapters “Hydraulic connection” and

“Electrical Connection” to connect the system.

b

This diagram shows the case of an installation with a dual zone low temperature heating fl oor

(= outlet temperature < 40°C).

Zones must be same temperatures.

i

DHW components only necessary with sealed system or open vented installations. Hot water production can be via a combi boiler instead.

7

D

6

5

10

C

4

3

2

1

230V

11

E

F

EBUS

B

A

17

Key

2 Systempro control unit

3 "Compact" hydraulic module

4 Heat pump electrical supply + protection (This must have it's own single isolation)

5 Wireless outdoor sensor

6 Domestic hot water cylinder

8 Climapro2 RF programmable wireless room thermostat "zone 2"

9 Heating circuit "zone 2" (UFH shown, but can be underfl oor or radiators)

10 2 port valve "heating zone 2"

11 Domestic hot water cylinder 2 port valve

12 Climapro2 RF programmable wireless room thermostat "zone 1"

13 Heating circuit "zone 1" (UFH shown, but can be underfl oor or radiators)

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I

16

G

H

14

15

14 2 port valve "heating zone 1"

15 Overheating safety (if underfl oor heating)

16 Glycol PRV discharge

17 Heat pump circuit fi lter (not supplied)

A Heat pump circuit return

B Heat pump circuit fl ow

C Cold water supply

D Domestic hot water fl ow

F Boiler circuit return

H Heating circuit return

I Heat pump circuit safety valve discharge

8

9

12

13

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4

3

2

1

5

INTRODUCTION

2.4 Example of Installation – diagram 9 (9.3) : HYBRID COMPACT with 3 low heating temperature zones (30-40°C) or 3 high heating temperature zones (< 80°C)

i

Refer to the chapters “Hydraulic connection” and

“Electrical Connection” to connect the system.

b

This diagram shows the case of an installation with a three zone low temperature heating fl oor (= outlet temperature < 40°C).

Zones must be same temperatures.

i

DHW components only necessary with sealed system or open vented installations. Hot water production can be via a combi boiler instead.

10

9

7

8

D

6

11

12

13

C

230V

14

E

F

15

16

EBUS

B

A

20

Key

2 Systempro control unit

3 "Compact" hydraulic module

4 Heat pump electrical supply + protection (This must have it's own single isolation)

5 Wireless outdoor sensor

6 Domestic hot water cylinder

8 2 port valve "zone 3"

9 Climapro2 RF programmable wireless room thermostat "zone 3"

10 Heating circuit "zone 3" (*)

11 Climapro2 RF programmable wireless room thermostat "zone 2"

12 Heating circuit "zone 2" (*)

13 2 port valve "zone 2"

14 Domestic hot water cylinder 2 port valve

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17

18

G

H

19

15 Climapro2 RF programmable wireless room thermostat "zone 1"

16 Heating circuit "zone 1" (*)

17 2 port valve "zone 1"

18 Overheating safety (if underfl oor heating)

19 Glycol PRV discharge

20 Heat pump circuit fi lter (not supplied)

A Heat pump circuit return

B Heat pump circuit fl ow

C Cold water supply

D Domestic hot water fl ow

F Boiler circuit return

H Heating circuit return

I Heat pump circuit safety valve discharge

(*) UFH shown, but can be underfl oor or radiators

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3 Safety instructions and regulations

R410A Refrigerant Fluid

b

Important: any action carried out on the refrigerant circuit must be performed by qualifi ed authorised personnel.

• Use only R410A refrigerant.

b

Venting refrigerating fl uid into the atmosphere is prohibited. The refrigerant must be properly recovered in a container suitable for recycling.

a

The draining and refi lling operations must be performed in a well-ventilated area and with the necessary protective equipment (risk of burns).

3.2 Regulations

INTRODUCTION e

Incorrect installation can cause electric shock or appliance damage.

• Never disable security devices and do not try to adjust them.

• Be sure to consider the following handling techniques and precautions:

- Grip the appliance at its base

- Use safety clothing where appropriate, e.g. gloves, safety footwear.

• Ensure safe lifting techniques are used:

- Keep back straight.

- Avoid twisting at the waist.

- Avoid upper body/top heavy bending.

- Always grip using the palm of the hand.

- Use designated hand holds.

- Keep load as close to body as possible.

- Always use assistance if required.

• Under no circumstances must the user interfere with or adjust sealed parts.

• When assembling the connections, correctly position the seals to avoid any leakage of water.

• This appliance contains metal parts. Care should be taken with regard to edges.

The basic safety instructions must be followed before attempting to maintain or replace spare parts:

• Stop the appliance.

• Electrically isolate the appliance from the power supply.

• Hydraulically isolate the appliance using the isolation valves if provided.

• Should you need to replace hydraulic components, drain the appliance.

• Protect all the electrical components from water while working on the appliance.

• Use only original spare parts.

• Use only new O-rings and gaskets.

• After having completed work on water carrying components, check for their tightness.

• When work on the appliance is completed, perform an operational test and check for safety.

IMPORTANT

Where no British Standards exists, materials and equipment should be fi t for their purpose and of suitable quality and workmanship.

The installation of this appliance must be carried out by a competent person in accordance the rules in force in the countries of destination.

Manufacturer’s instructions must not be taken as overriding statutory requirements.

Standards

On installing and commissioning the appliance you must adhere to the technical rules, standards and provisions in effect at the time.

Reminder of existing regulatory acts

- EC regulation No. 20372000 from the 29th of June 2000

This European regulation repeals regulation No. 3093/94 and presents the elimination schedules of CFC and HCFC.

It also deals with the collection of refrigerants, system leaks, particularly systems containing more than 3 kg of CFC or

HCFC, as well as the minimum level of qualifi cation required by the technicians.

- EC regulation No. 0842/2006 from the 17th of May 2006 regarding the containment, use, collection and disposal of the fl uorinated greenhouse gases, the labelling and elimination of the products and equipment containing these gases, the restriction of use and banning of certain products from the market, as well as the training and certifi cation of personnel and companies operating in the activities targeted by this regulation: refrigeration, air-conditioning, heat pumps and fi re protection systems containing greenhouse gases.

Control of Substances Hazardous to Health

Under Section 6 of The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, we are required to provide information on substances hazardous to health. The adhesives and sealants used in this appliance are cured and give no known hazard in this state.

The refrigerant used in this appliance is R410a the use of which is strictly controlled by F Gas regulation EN842/2006.

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INSTALLATION

INSTALLATION

4 System appliance installation

4.1 Recommendations before installing

4.1.1 Heating circuit design

General

The heat transmitters may be low temperature (eg underfl oor heating or high temperature (radiator...).

The pipe sections are to be determined using a fl ow / pressure curve (refer to the chapter "Activating the control unit" ►

Commissioning ► Heating circuit adjustment"). The distribution will be determined by the fl ow corresponding to the power actually required, regardless of the maximum power that can be provided by the installation’s generators.

b

We recommend that you allow for suffi cient fl ow to ensure that the temperature difference between the fl ow and the return is equal to 7 K for fl oor heating and 15 K for radiators.

b

Make sure the heating circuit water fl ow is greater than 900 l / h.

Installation pipework must be designed and installed to ensure venting of air from the system is possible.

b

TRVs must be fi tted on all radiators, with the exception to reference rooms.

The total volume of water for the heating circuit depends, among other factors, on the cold static load of the boiler’s expansion vessel.

i

The heating system volume should be calculated to ensure that the expansion vessel is suitable, it may be necessary to add an additional vessel.

- In GB, Guidance on vessel sizing is also given in the current issue of BS5449 and BS7074 Part 1.

i

In the event of insolating the boiler, the boiler expansion vessel will also be isolated from the heating circuit.

In such an event, adopt the necessary precautions.

It is recommended that a drainage valve be installed at the lowest point of the installation.

- Drain taps shall be to the current issue of BS2879.

• Install the following components in the return of the heating circuit (not supplied):

- a heating fi lter

- a ¼ turn shut-off valve,

- an air separator (if necessary),

- an anti-sludge fi lter (if necessary).

• In the case of a heated fl oor, install a manual reset overheat safety device (55°C) on the heating circuit fl ow (refer to the

Chapter 2 - System description). Connect the overheating safety device to the boiler power supply.

Water treatment

Existing system

- It is essential that prior to installing the new appliances the system is thoroughly fl ushed.

New system

- For optimum performance after installation, the appliances and its associated central heating system should also be fl ushed.

Flushing shall be carried out in accordance with BS 7593, a chemical cleanser can be used either Sentinel X300, X400 or

Fernox F3 are suitable.

It is recommended to fl ush existing systems fi rst before fi tting the new appliances.

• Ensure all cleanser is removed from the whole system before adding an inhibitor.

For long-term corrosion protection after fl ushing, an inhibitor suitable for stainless steel heat exchangers can be used. Either

Sentinel X100 or Fernox F1 inhibitor can be used.

The module is suitable for use on systems using softened water.

4.1.2 Heat pump circuit design

Installation pipework must be designed and installed to ensure venting of air from the system is possible. b

Make sure the circuit’s water fl ow corresponds to the appliance’s nominal water fl ow.

• Install the following components to the hydraulic module, in the direction of the heat pump (not supplied):

- a fi lter,

- a ¼ turn shut –off valve on each side of the fi lter,

• Install a ¼ turn shutoff valve in the fl ow of the heat pump.

i

In order to avoid the transmission of vibrations to surrounding structures, use hoses for the hydraulic connections at least 1 metre from the heat pump.

b

4.1.3

Insulate the pipes with an UV- and hightemperature-resistant insulation.

Domestic hot water circuit design

Water pressure

The maximum working pressure of the domestic hot water circuit is 10 bar. If the cold water supply pressure exceeds this, then a pressure-reducing valve must be fi tted in the supply to the boiler.

‘Hard’ water areas

In areas where the water is ‘hard’ (i.e. more than 200 mg/L of calcium carbonate), it is recommended that the hot water setting is reduced and that a scale reducer is fi tted, refer to the manufacturer’s instructions or consult the local water company for additional advice.

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1

4.2 Mounting

i

Install the Systempro control unit near the hydraulic

module to facilitate system commissioning.

• Consult the corresponding installation manual and install the following elements:

- the heat pump,

- the hydraulic module,

- the boiler,

- the Systempro control unit,

- the Climapro2 wireless room thermostat,

- the wireless outdoor sensor.

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key the building (not included)

2 Return circuit ¼ turn shut-off valve in the direction of the heat pump (not included)

3 Return circuit hose in the direction of the heat pump (not supplied)

4 Cap

5 Return connection (Ø1 ") to the heat pump

6 Flow heat pump connection (Ø1 ") to the building

7 Flow heat pump circuit hose in the direction of the building

(not supplied))

8 Insulation (not supplied)

• Remove the protection caps (4) located on the connections.

• Connect a hose (3) and a shut-off valve (2) to the return connection (5) to the heat pump.

• Connect a hose (7) and a shut-off valve (1) to the fl ow heat pump connection (6) in the direction of the building.

5.1.2 Connection to the hydraulic module

b

Insulate the pipes with an UV- and hightemperature-resistant insulation.

2

• Take care to clean the pipes before assembly removing any debris or burrs. Grease and oils may need to be removed they are not possible to remove by cleansing and fl ushing.

Foreign bodies in the system may enter the appliance and interrupt its operation.

• Do not use any solvent products, due to the risk of damaging the circuit.

• Only use original seals supplied with the appliance.

• Check that there are no leaks. Repair if necessary.

3

5.1 Heat pump circuit

• Comply with the values given in the table below when making the hydraulic connections of the heat pump circuit.

Linear distance (without elbows or additional pressure drops)

≤ 20 m

≤ 30 m

Min. diameter of tubes to be installed

Ø ¾"

Ø 1"

5.1.1 Connection to the heat pump

4 b

Insulate the pipes with an UV- and hightemperature-resistant insulation.

5 6

7

3

2

1

Key

1 Insulation (not supplied)

2 Flow heat pump circuit to the building

3 Flow heat pump connection (Ø1 ") to the building

4 Return connection (Ø1 ") to the heat pump

5 Heat pump return circuit

6 Filter (not supplied)

7 Return circuit ¼ turn shut-off valve in the direction of the heat pump (not included)

it between the 2 shut-off valves in order to be able to remove it from the circuit and clean it periodically.

6

7

4

5

• Connect the return circuit (5) to the heat pump.

1m min.

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5.1.3 Removal of condensate

When the heat pump is operational, it will produce condensation that needs to be drained off.

1

5.2.1 Connection from the hydraulic module to the boiler

i

Make the connection limiting the load losses to a minimum (the circuit should be as short as possible, avoid bends and narrow sections...).

i

Refer to the installation manual delivered with the boiler for domestic hot water system connections.

A

2

3

1

3

2

1

B

2

Key

A Confi guration with inclination to the left

B Confi guration with inclination to the right

3

2 Plug

• Insert the drainage elbow (3) and pipe into the correct opening depending on the angle of the heat pump.

• Seal off the other opening with the supplied plug (2).

4

5

Key

1 Flow boiler connection (Ø ¾")

2 Flow boiler tubing (not included)

3 Boiler

4 Return tubing leading to the boiler (not included)

5 Return connection (ؾ") leading to the boiler

• Connect a pipe (4) to the return connection (5) leading to the boiler.

• Connect a pipe (2) to the fl ow connection (1) leading away from the boiler.

• Refer to the boiler instructions to connect the pipes (2) and

(4) to the boiler.

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5.2.2 Connection of the domestic hot water cylinder (option)

• Refer to the instructions supplied with the 2-way valve and the domestic hot water cylinder for their hydraulic connections to the boiler circuit.

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• Connect a pipe (7) to the fl ow connection (6) leading away from the hydraulic module.

• Connect the pipes (2) and (7) to the heating circuit.

2

1

5

4

3

5.3.1 Connection from the hydraulic module to the heating circuit

i

Make the connection limiting the load losses to a minimum (the circuit should be as short as possible, avoid bends and narrow sections...).

6

7

1 e

Incorrect installation can cause electric shock or appliance damage. The electrical connection of the appliance must be made only by a qualifi ed engineer.

The appliance must be connected directly to an accessible, fi xed, switched, electrical outlet.

The manufacturer declines any responsibility for damages to persons or others caused by the incorrect installation of the appliance earthing. This includes failure to comply with current standards.

Electrical components have been tested to meet the equivalent requirements of BSEN 7671 and the BEAB regulations.

Main board

2

20 mm max.

Key

2 Insulation

When you connect the electrical wires to a connector on the electronic board:

• Maintain a maximum distance of 20 mm between the connector and the outer insulation.

• If using single core wires are used ensure that they are wrapped together in an insulating sheath.

Key

2 Flow heating tubing leading to the hydraulic module (not included)

3 Return heating circuit ¼ turn shut-off valve leading to the hydraulic module (not included)

4 Return heating circuit fi lter leading to the hydraulic module

(not supplied)

5 Flow heating connection (Ø ¾") leading to the hydraulic module

6 Return heating connection (Ø ¾") leading to the hydraulic module

7 Return heating tubing leading to the hydraulic module (not included)

• Connect a pipe (2) to the return connection (5) leading to the hydraulic module.

The cables connecting the isolator and the heat pump must be:

- suitable for a fi xed installation.

- weather resistant.

- equipped with wires adapted to appliance’s power rating.

• Connect the heat pump to an electrical panel via an independent protection system (20A differential breaker with at least 3 mm between each contact).

Additional protection may be required during installation to ensure overvoltage category II.

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6.1.1 Access to main board

2

B

1

A

Key

1 Handle

2 Box

• Remove the box (2) by pulling it toward you using the handle

(1).

230V Connection

• Connect a 3 x 2.5 mm ² cable to the heat pump’s power terminal 230V (1).

• Pass the cable through the cable clamp (4).

• Connect the heat pump’s power cable to the installation’s electrical panel: single-phase network 230V + neutral + earth.

• Close the access hatch with the screw (6).

• Tighten the clamp.

REL1

A

A

NTC1

3 e

Insert the Ebus 24V cable and 230V power cable in different casings.

1

2

3

4

1

2

B

4

3

1

5

6

B

Key

1 230 V supply connection terminal block

2 Ebus connection terminal

3 Clamp for Ebus cable

4 Clamp for 230 V power cable

5 Access hatch to electrical connections

6 Access hatch screw

• Remove the screw (6) from the access hatch (5).

• Open the access hatch (5).

A

Ebus Connection

• Connect a 2 x 0.75 mm ² cable to the heat pump’s BUS terminal (2).

• Pass the cable through the cable clamp (3).

• Connect the Ebus cable to the Systempro control unit.

• Tighten the clamp.

Key

2 Pump cable clamp

3 Flow heating temperature sensor cable

4 Flow heating temperature sensor cable clamp

Component

Pump

Temperature sensor

Voltage (cable section)

230 V (3 x 0.75 mm²)

3.3 V (2 x 0.34 mm²)

• Pass the pump cable (1) through the cable clamp (2).

• Connect the cable (1) to the REL1 terminal in the Systempro control.

• Tighten the clamp (2).

• Pass the temperature sensor cable (3) through the clamp (4).

• Connect the cable (3) to the NTC1 terminal in the

Systempro

control.

• Tighten the clamp (4).

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6.4 Boiler

• Consult the installation manual supplied with the boiler in order to connect the boiler to the electricity circuit.

6.5 Systempro control unit

• The electrical installation in the dwelling must permit the power supply to the equipment to be isolated by a double pole isolation switch and be fused. The double pole isolation switch must incorporate a gap of 3mm between the contacts.

• Use a power cable suitable for the mains connection, minimum 0.75 mm. If the cable is damaged, it must be replaced by a qualifi ed engineer.

6.5.1 Wiring to the Systempro control unit

4

3

2 5

A

B

1

230V connection (High voltage)

1

230V~

N L

3 1

REL1

N L

3 1

REL2

N L

3 1

REL3

N L

3

REL4

1

N L

2

REL5

N

1

L

2

N

1

IN1

L

2

1 2 3

Key

1 230 V connector (3-pin: earth / neutral / live)

2 Connectors (3 pins: earth / neutral / live): REL1, REL2 and

REL3

3 Connectors (2 pins: live / neutral): REL4, REL5 and IN1

24V connection (Low voltage)

C

D

E

Key

1 230 V power cable

2 Break out tab

OUT1

1

1

2

2

OUT2

1

1

2

2

OUT3

1

1

2

2

1

1

IN2

2

2

1

1

IN3

2

2

NTC1

1

1

2

2

NTC2 NTC3

1

1

2

2

1

1

2

2

NTC4

1

1

2

2

EBUS

+

1

-

2

EBUS EBUS

+

1

-

2

+

1

-

2

• Gently remove the break out tab (2) from the control unit with pliers (A).

• Connect the control unit following the order (B) to (D).

• Pass the power cable (1) through the anti-tamper connector

(3).

• Connect the power supply to the 230 V connector (4) following the instructions given on the connector.

• Tighten the power cable (1) in the anti-tamper connector (3).

1 2

Key

1 Connectors (2 pins) OUT1, OUT2, OUT3, IN2, IN3, NTC1, NTC2,

NTC3 and NTC4

2 EBUS connectors (2 pins)

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• Refer to the table below for the wiring of the systempro.

- Diagram 9 (9.1) : HYBRID COMPACT with 1 low heating

temperature zone (< 40°C) or 1 high heating temperature zone (< 80°C)

Key Description

230V~ Control unit electrical supply

REL1 Pump of the hydraulic module

REL2 DHW cylinder 2 port valve (*)

REL5 Heating circuit 2 port valve

IN1 DHW cylinder thermostat (*)

Cable min.

3 x 0.75 mm²

3 x 0.75 mm²

3 x 0.75 mm²

2 x 0.75 mm²

2 x 0.75 mm²

NTC1

EBUS

Heating fl ow thermistor of the hydraulic module

NTC2 DHW cylinder thermistor (*)

EBUS EBUS connection of the heat pump

EBUS connection of the boiler (respect the polarity +/-)

(*) Not applicable for combi installations

2 x 0.34 mm²

2 x 0.75 mm²

2 x 0.75 mm²

2 x 0.75 mm²

- Diagram 9 (9.2) : HYBRID COMPACT with 2 low heating

temperature zone (< 40°C) or 2 high heating temperature zone (< 80°C)

Key Description

230V~ Control unit electrical supply

REL1 Pump of the hydraulic module

REL2 DHW cylinder 2 port valve (*)

REL4 Heating circuit 2 port valve "area 2"

REL5 Heating circuit 2 port valve "area 1"

IN1 DHW cylinder thermostat (*)

Cable min.

3 x 0.75 mm²

3 x 0.75 mm²

3 x 0.75 mm²

2 x 0.75 mm²

2 x 0.75 mm²

2 x 0.75 mm²

NTC1

Heating fl ow thermistor of the hydraulic module

NTC2 DHW cylinder thermistor (*)

EBUS EBUS connection of the heat pump

EBUS

EBUS connection of the boiler (respect the polarity +/-)

2 x 0.34 mm²

2 x 0.75 mm²

2 x 0.75 mm²

2 x 0.75 mm²

(*) Not applicable for combi installations

- Diagram 9 (9.3) : HYBRID COMPACT with 3 low heating

temperature zone (< 40°C) or 3 high heating temperature zone (< 80°C)

Key Description

230V~ Control unit electrical supply

REL1 Pump of the hydraulic module

REL2 DHW cylinder 2 port valve (*)

REL3 Heating circuit 2 port valve "area 3"

REL4 Heating circuit 2 port valve "area 2"

REL5 Heating circuit 2 port valve "area 1"

IN1 DHW cylinder thermostat (*)

Cable min.

3 x 0.75 mm²

3 x 0.75 mm²

3 x 0.75 mm²

2 x 0.75 mm²

2 x 0.75 mm²

2 x 0.75 mm²

2 x 0.75 mm²

NTC1

Heating fl ow thermistor of the hydraulic module

NTC2 DHW cylinder thermistor (*)

EBUS EBUS connection of the heat pump

EBUS

EBUS connection of the boiler (respect the polarity +/-)

(*) Not applicable for combi installations

2 x 0.34 mm²

2 x 0.75 mm²

2 x 0.75 mm²

2 x 0.75 mm²

6.5.4 Connection of the 2 port valve

1

230V~

N L

3 1

REL1

N L

3 1

REL2

N L

3 1

REL3

N L

3

REL4

1

N L

2

REL5

N

1

L

2

N

1

IN1

L

2

When the 2 port valve is connected to REL3:

• Connect the neutral wire (blue) of the valve to the “N” of the

REL3 connector.

• Connect the live wire (brown) of the valve to the “L” of the

REL3 connector.

• Connect the earth wire (yellow/green) of the valve to the earth of the REL3 connector.

• Electrically insulate the red and grey wires of the valve as they are not used.

When the 2 port valve is connected to REL4 or 5:

• Connect the neutral wire (blue) of the valve to the “N” and the live wire (brown) of the valve to the “L” of the REL4 or 5 connector.

• Connect the earth wire (yellow/green) of the valve to the earth of the REL3 connector.

• Electrically insulate the red and grey wires of the valve as they are not used.

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Key

2 Ø 14 mm fl at wrench (*)

3 Hose

• Connect one end of the hose (3) to the trap (1).

• Insert the other end of the hose (3) into the container (4) in order to recover any residual brine during the fi lling of the circuit.

INSTALLATION

6

1

Commissioning

• Open all the hydraulic circuits’ valves.

7 Filling the glycol circuit

b

Warning! Do not dispose of glycol into drains and the environment.

b

We recommend that you use propylene glycol enriched with corrosive inhibitors.

• Mix 1 part propylene glycol with 2 parts water. This mixture ensures antifreeze protection down to an exterior temperature of -15 °C.

• Use an antifreeze test kit to ensure accurate dosing.

2 1

B

A

5

4

3

4

3

2

1

8

Key

1 Glycol container (*)

2 Filling pump (*)

3 Hose leading to the fi lling pump output (*).

4 Cap

5 3-way valve with shut-off valve for fi lling

6 Manometer

7 3-way valve with shut-off valve for fi lling

8 Hose leading to the fi lling pump return (*)

(*) Not supplied with the appliance

• In order to drain the glycol circuit after fi lling, use a fi ll pump

(2).

• Remove the caps (4) from the valves (5) and (7).

7

• Insert the hose (8) into the container and (1) and connect it to the valve (7).

• Open valves (5) and (7) as shown in the illustration above.

• Continue running the fi lling pump until completely purged of air (8).

• Close the air trap located on the heat pump.

• Close the valve (7) and ensure the glycol circuit is left with a pressure of between 1.5 and 2 bars with the aid of the manometer (6).

• Close the valve (5) and stop the fi lling pump.

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The level of glycol may decrease during the fi rst month following the commissioning of the installation. It may also vary in accordance with the outdoor temperature.

Any residue of glycol solution should be kept in an appropriate container to be re-used for the next fi lling.

• Ensure any leftover glycol solution is left with the end user and retained in a safe place.

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8 Filling the heating circuit

i

In the case of a multi-zone installation, fi ll the heating circuit using the “Filling” mode when commissioning the control box. “Filling” mode ensures fi lling by automatically opening all of the circuit. Refer to the chapter “Commissioning the

Systempro

control unit ► Commissioning ► Filling the heating circuit".

• For single zone installations (diagram 9.1), please refer to your boiler installation manual for fi lling of the heating circuit.

• For mutiple zone installations (diagram 9.2, 9.3) please refer to chapter "Commissioning ► Filling the heating circuit" for instructions on confi guring the systempro control box for fi lling multiple zones.

9 Activating the heat pump

11 Activating the room thermostat

3

2

Key

1

1

• Remove the protective cover (2) located in the battery compartment following the order (A) to (C).

• The main screen of the room thermostat is displayed.

12 Activating the control unit

a

Ensure that the heat pump and heating circuits have been fi lled.

e

Ensure that all the electrical connections have been made.

• Switch ON the circuit breaker which is located on the electrical panel and connected to the control unit.

Key

• Switch ON the circuit breaker which is located on the electrical panel and connected to the heat pump.

• Switch ON the heat pump button (1). Check that the green

LED located on the heat pump’s motherboard is on.

i

To locate the LEDs on the PCB, see the "Wiring diagram" chapter in the heat pump instructions.

10 Activating the boiler

• Refer to the boiler instructions in order to adjust the boiler.

b b

Ensure that the maximum heating temperature is compatible with the installation.

Make sure the boiler pump is not in permanent mode.

1

Key

1 Switch On (I) / Off (O)

• Turn on the control unit (1) with the switch (2) in position (I).

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i

When connected for the fi rst time, the installation menu is displayed.

• Use the buttons a language.

• Press the button

to select to confi rm.

• Enter the installer access code 96 with the buttons .

• Press the button to confi rm.

12.1 Confi guring the installation

• Follow and confi rm the steps prompted by the initial installation aid.

• Press the button to confi rm.

Your system corresponds to diagram number "9" in the control unit.

• Choose diagram number "9" with the buttons .

• Press the button to confi rm.

Multizone kit' refers to zone valves for more than one heating zone.

• If so, choose "YES".

• Use the button to confi rm and follow the control unit instructions.

• If this is not the case and the installation has only one zone, choose

"NO" with the buttons .

• Press the button to confi rm.

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This screen is only displayed if you answered “YES” to the previous question.

• Select number of heating zones present on the system using the buttons .

- Z20 kit = 2 heating zones

- Z11 kit = not available

- Z30 kit = 3 heating zones

• Press the button to confi rm.

• Using the buttons , select DHW cylinder on the screen, if the option is installed.

• Press the button to confi rm.

• Select the corresponding cylinder type using the buttons .

• Press the button to confi rm.

The control unit summarizes your installation.

• If this is correct, confi rm with the button .

• If it is not correct, press the button

and change the data you introduced.

• Press the button .

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INSTALLATION e

To check or modify a connection:

Set the control box switch to the Off (O)

position.

Set the circuit breaker located on the

electrical panel and connected to the control box to the Off position.

12.4 Thermostat(s)

• Using the buttons , select Roomstat(s) on the screen.

• Press the button to confi rm.

• Press the button .

• Using the buttons , select the area controlled by the room thermostat.

• Press the button to confi rm.

Via the screen, you will be asked to verify, step by step, the connections you made to the control unit.

• If the connections are correct, confi rm with the button .

• If they are not correct, disconnect the control unit’s power supply and complete the necessary wiring as indicated.

• Once completed, connect on the control unit’s power supply and confi rm with the button .

Once the control unit has been reconnected, it returns to the current control function.

• Press the button .

• Press the button

On the room thermostat:

• Press the button seconds.

for 7

• Enter the professional access code

(96).

• Via the installer menu > select > RF

> pairing.

• Press the room thermostat button

.

The control unit and the room thermostat display “Connection fi nished

" on the respective screen.

If the message "Connection failed" is displayed, press the button and repeat the operation.

• Repeat these operations for each room thermostat (the zone number is displayed on the thermostat at the end of pairing).

twice.

12.3 "Thermostat / sensor" menu

• Using the buttons , select Rmstat/sensor on the screen.

• Press the button to confi rm.

• Using the buttons , select

Outdoor sensor

on the screen.

• Press the button to confi rm.

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1

• Using the buttons , select Connection on the screen.

• Press the button to confi rm.

INSTALLATION

This setting is automatically modifi ed in the installer room thermostat menu.

• Increase or decrease with the buttons to display the desired correction.

• Press the button to confi rm.

• Press the button twice.

• Press the button on the outdoor sensor to connect.

ON

e

Do not modify the cables when connected to the mains.

The automatic test allows you to check:

- EBUS inputs,

- NTC inputs,

- the RF connection with the room thermostat,

- the outdoor sensor radio connection.

The other connections are not tested and should be visually inspected during installation or confi guration modifi cations.

• Using the buttons , select Self check on the screen.

• Press the button to confi rm.

Key

1 Outdoor sensor button

i

Once the sensor is detected, the message

«Connection completed» is displayed.

If unsuccessful, the message "Connection failure" is displayed.

Press the button and repeat the operation.

• Press the button .

i

The External T°C Correction allows you to correct the temperature measured by the outdoor sensor

(+/- 5 ° C, at intervals of 1 ° C - factory setting: 0).

• Using the buttons , select External T ºC correction on the screen.

• Press the button to confi rm.

• Check that all installation’s components are switched on.

• Confi rm the start of the test with the button .

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12.7 Settings

This menu allows you to adjust different functions in accordance with the connected appliances and to reset all the parameters.

12.7.1 Heating

The automatic test will start.

The results appear in seconds, indicating the status of each component.

- If the connection is correct, the message "OK" appears opposite the component.

- If the connection is not correct, the message "Not OK" appears opposite the component.

In this case, check the connections.

• Using the buttons , select Settings on the screen.

• Press the buttony to confi rm.

b

The maximum heating output temperature must be adjusted in accordance with the characteristics of your installation.

This menu allows you to adjust the installation’s maximum heating output temperature (value adjustable between

30 ° C and 80 ° C - factory setting:

73°C).

• Press the button .

• Press the button .

• Increase or decrease with the buttons to display the desired value.

• Press the button

• Press the button .

to confi rm.

This menu allows you to select the heating curve (value adjustable between 0.2 and 4 - factory setting:

1.2), which allows you to obtain the maximum heating demand for the usual minimum outdoor temperature for the region in which the sensor is installed.

• Using the buttons , select Heating curve adjustment on the screen.

• Press the button twice.

• Increase or decrease with the buttons to display the desired value(s).

• Press the button to confi rm.

b

Ensure that the heating curve setting is compatible with the installation.

Heating curve

1 2

A

• Using the buttons select Heating on the screen.

,

• Press the button to confi rm.

3

B

Key

1 Older properties with radiators

2 Standard/modern house with radiators

3 Highly insulated modern house with low temperature radiators or underfl oor heating

• Press the button twice.

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12.7.2 Domestic hot water

This menu allows you to adjust the maximum hot water temperature (value adjustable between 35 °C and 65 °C - factory setting: 65°C).

• Using the buttons , select Hot water on the screen.

• Press the button to confi rm.

• Press the button .

• Increase or decrease with the buttons to display the desired value.

• Press the button

• Press the button .

to confi rm.

(*) Function not active for the UK

The energy effi ciency coeffi cient determines the switching point between two energies (gas, electricity), in accordance with their respective costs.

i

The systempro makes a selection in accordance

with the energy effi ciency coeffi cient.An incorrect setting will adversely affect the system effi ciency.

The adjustment requires certain information that can be easily found in home owners energy bills (electricity and gas).

i

Accurate price information is key to the correct operation of the hybrid system. Always use the most recent energy prices from your energy provider.

• Disregard the price of the fi rst energy tier for example, the rate paid for the fi rst energy units used in a given billing period. See example below.

• Depending on your installation, obtain:

- the price exc VAT per kWh for electricity and natural gas,

- the price exc VAT per ton of propane gas.

• Enter the information and the values in the tables below.

INSTALLATION

Consult the electricity bill

• Find and note down the unit price per kWh, excluding VAT.

Unit price per kWh excluding VAT:

Consult the natural gas bill

• Find and note down the unit price per kWh excluding VAT.

Unit price per kWh excluding VAT (customer invoice):

Consult the propane gas bill

• Find and note down the unit price per ton excluding VAT.

Unit price per ton excluding VAT:

Determine the energy effi ciency ratio

• Choose the table corresponding to the type of gas used by your installation.

• Look for the column which corresponds to the price paid for electricity.

• Now, on the same table, fi nd the price band that corresponds to the gas price paid, and where the 2 intersect determines the energy ratio.

i

If the values you noted down do not correspond to the values shown in the tables opposite, this means that there is probably an error. Contact the energy providers for confi rmation of prices excluding VAT.

• Please note the result (s) in the table below

Energy effi ciency coeffi cient =

• Using the buttons , select Energy ratio(s) on the screen.

• Press the button to confi rm.

In the case of dual tariffs, indicate the 2 energy effi ciency coeffi cients.

• Increase or decrease with the buttons to display the desired value.

• Press the button to confi rm.

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INSTALLATION

NATURAL GAS with electricity

Price (GBP) of electricity per kWh excluding VAT

0,0200 to 0,0225

0,0226 to 0,0250

0,0251 to 0,0275

0,0276 to 0,0300

0,0301 to 0,0325

0,0326 to 0,0350

0,0351 to 0,0375

0,0376 to 0,0400

0,0401 to 0,0425

0,0426 to 0,0450

0,0451 to 0,0475

0,0476 to 0,0500

0,0501 to 0,0525

0,0526 to 0,0550

0,0551 to 0,0575

0,0576 to 0,0600

0,0601 to 0,0625

0,0626 to 0,0650

0,0651 to 0,0675

0,0676 to 0,0700

1,7

1,6

1,5

1,4

2,1

1,9

1,8

1,7

1,4

1,3

1,3

1,2

2,7

2,5

2,3

2,2

4,0

3,6

3,2

3,0

2,1

2,0

1,9

1,8

2,6

2,4

2,3

2,2

1,7

1,7

1,6

1,5

3,4

3,1

2,9

2,7

5,0*

4,4*

4,0

3,7

1,9

1,8

1,7

1,6

2,3

2,2

2,1

2,0

1,6

1,5

1,4

1,4

3,1

2,8

2,6

2,5

4,5*

4,0

3,6

3,3

2,4

2,3

2,2

2,1

3,0

2,9

2,7

2,6

2,0

2,0

1,9

1,8

4,0

3,7

3,5

3,2

5,9*

5,3*

4,8*

4,4*

2,3

2,1

2,1

2,0

2,8

2,6

2,5

2,4

1,9

1,8

1,7

1,7

3,7

3,4

3,2

3,0

5,4*

4,9*

4,4*

4,0

2,6

2,5

2,4

2,3

3,3

3,1

2,9

2,8

2,2

2,1

2,0

2,0

4,3*

4,0

3,7

3,5

6,4*

5,7*

5,2*

4,7*

3,0

2,9

2,8

2,6

3,8

3,6

3,4

3,2

2,5

2,4

2,3

2,3

5,0*

4,6*

4,3*

4,0

7,3*

6,5*

5,9*

5,4*

2,8

2,7

2,6

2,5

3,5

3,3

3,1

3,0

2,4

2,3

2,2

2,1

4,6*

4,3*

4,0

3,8

6,8*

6,1*

5,5*

5,1*

3,4

3,3

3,1

3,0

4,2*

4,0

3,8

3,6

2,9

2,8

2,6

2,6

5,6*

5,2*

4,8*

4,5*

8,3*

7,4*

6,7*

6,1*

3,2

3,1

2,9

2,8

4,0

3,8

3,6

3,4

2,7

2,6

2,5

2,4

5,3*

4,9*

4,6*

4,3*

7,8*

7,0*

6,3*

5,7*

3,8

3,6

3,5

3,3

4,7*

4,5*

4,2*

4,0

3,2

3,1

2,9

2,8

6,2*

5,8*

5,4*

5,0*

9,2*

8,2*

7,4*

6,8*

3,6

3,4

3,3

3,2

4,5*

4,2*

4,0

3,8

3,0

2,9

2,8

2,7

5,9*

5,5*

5,1*

4,8*

8,7*

7,8*

7,1*

6,4*

PROPANE GAS with electricity

Price (GBP) of electricity per kWh excluding VAT

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0,0350 to 0,0375

0,0376 to 0,0400

0,0401 to 0,0425

0,0426 to 0,0450

0,0451 to 0,0475

0,0476 to 0,0500

0,0501 to 0,0525

0,0526 to 0,0550

0,0551 to 0,0575

0,0576 to 0,0600

0,0601 to 0,0625

0,0626 to 0,0650

0,0651 to 0,0675

0,0676 to 0,0700

0,0701 to 0,0725

0,0726 to 0,0750

0,0751 to 0,0775

0,0776 to 0,0800

0,8

0,8

0,8

0,8

1,0

1,0

0,9

0,9

0,7

0,7

1,2

1,1

1,1

1,0

1,5

1,4

1,4

1,3

1,0

0,9

0,9

0,9

1,1

1,1

1,0

1,0

0,8

0,8

1,4

1,3

1,2

1,2

1,7

1,6

1,5

1,4

1,1

1,1

1,1

1,0

1,4

1,3

1,2

1,2

1,0

1,0

1,6

1,6

1,5

1,4

2,1

2,0

1,8

1,7

1,1

1,0

1,0

0,9

1,2

1,2

1,1

1,1

0,9

0,9

1,5

1,4

1,4

1,3

1,9

1,8

1,7

1,6

1,2

1,2

1,2

1,1

1,5

1,4

1,4

1,3

1,1

1,1

1,8

1,7

1,6

1,5

2,3

2,1

2,0

1,9

1,4

1,4

1,3

1,3

1,7

1,6

1,6

1,5

1,3

1,2

2,1

2,0

1,9

1,8

2,6

2,5

2,3

2,2

1,3

1,3

1,3

1,2

1,6

1,5

1,5

1,4

1,2

1,1

1,9

1,8

1,7

1,7

2,5

2,3

2,2

2,0

1,6

1,6

1,5

1,5

1,9

1,9

1,8

1,7

1,4

1,4

2,4

2,2

2,1

2,0

3,0

2,8

2,6

2,5

1,5

1,5

1,4

1,4

1,8

1,7

1,7

1,6

1,3

1,3

2,2

2,1

2,0

1,9

2,8

2,6

2,5

2,3

1,8

1,8

1,7

1,7

2,2

2,1

2,0

1,9

1,6

1,6

2,6

2,5

2,4

2,3

3,4

3,2

3,0

2,8

1,7

1,7

1,6

1,6

2,1

2,0

1,9

1,8

1,5

1,5

2,5

2,4

2,3

2,2

3,2

3,0

2,8

2,6

1,9

1,9

1,8

1,7

2,3

2,2

2,1

2,0

1,7

1,6

2,8

2,6

2,5

2,4

3,6

3,3

3,1

2,9

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This feature allows you to reset the parameters of the control unit (factory setting).

b

The resetting of factory settings is irreversible.

Any customised confi guration of the control unit will be lost.

• Using the buttons , select Settings reset on the screen.

• Press the button to confi rm.

• Increase or decrease with the buttons to display the desired value.

• Press the button to confi rm.

• Press the button .

The screen shows the pressure measured in the system.

button .

• Refer to the boiler instructions for fi lling the boiler.

The screen displays the pressure measured in the system and that installation fi lling is in progress.

.

• Press the button to confi rm.

12.8.2 Venting the heating circuit

Venting of the heating circuit enables the purging of any air in the heating circuit.

12.8 Commissioning

This menu allows you to carry out the necessary operations on the appliances following installation.

• Using the buttons , select Air venting on the screen.

• Press the button to confi rm.

• Open the different heating circuit air vent.

• Using the buttons , select

Commissioning

on the screen.

• Press the button to confi rm.

• Using the buttons , select Vent heating circuit on the screen.

• Press the button to confi rm.

12.8.1 Filling the heating circuit

i

The Systempro control unit is used to open the valves of each zone during fi lling, if more than one heating zone is installed.

• Select on the screen using the buttons .

• Press the button to confi rm.

• Confi rm with the button in order to begin the venting process.

The venting process is carried out for

15 minutes. You can simultaneously run the venting of the HP circuit.

• Press the button .

b

When venting is complete, close the different heating circuit air vent.

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INSTALLATION

12.8.3 Heating circuit adjustment 12.8.4 Venting the HP circuit

The venting of the HP circuit allows you to purge any air in the

HP circuit.

2 1

B

60

50

40

30

20

10

0

Key

Key

2 Speed III (factory setting)

4 Speed I (not applicable to this system)

• Turn the control (1) to select pump speed II or III, in accordance with the fl ow / pressure curve below.

Hydraulic module pump fl ow / pressure curve

1 2

300 600 900 1200

B

A Available pressure (kPa)

B Flow within the circuit (l/h)

3

4

1

2

1

• Using the buttons

A select Vent HP circuit on the screen.

• Press the button

, to confi rm.

3

4

Key

2 Ø 14 mm fl at wrench (*)

3 Hose

• Connect one end of the hose (3) to the trap (1).

• Insert the other end of the hose (3) into the container (4) in order to recover any residual glycol during the venting of the circuit.

• Confi rm with the button in order to begin the venting process.

You can start the heating circuit bleed at the same time.

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INSTALLATION remove the air present in the glycol circuit, then close it quickly

(in order to avoid emptying the circuit).

The venting process is carried out for 15 minutes.

• Repeat this last operation at the end of the venting procedure.

• Press the button .

b

The venting may result in a drop in the glycol circuit pressure.

• Ensure that the glycol circuit pressure is between 1.5 and

2bars. If it not, top up the glycol circuit.

b

When venting is complete, make sure that the various heating circuit air vent are open.

12.8.5 Adjustment of HP circuit fl ow

The heat pump is designed to operate with a minimum fl ow of

750 l / h. If the fl ow is less than 500 l / h, the heat pump will stop and the boiler will begin to function. Heating comfort will always be guaranteed, but energy saving will be compromised.

The heat pump is equipped with a fl ow sensor and it is possible to read the water fl ow directly via the control unit.

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The HP circuit fl ow should be between 750 and 850 l / h.

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Incorrect venting of the installation may lead to variations in fl ow.

Key

1 Flow control valve

• Use the control valve (1) to adjust the fl ow of the HP circuit to between 750 and 850 l/h.

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If you are unable to obtain a fl ow of between 750 and

850l/h using the fl ow control valve (1), change the speed of the hydraulic pump module.

• Press the button control unit.

to stop the fl ow reading via the

• Press the button .

1

1

• Using the buttons , select HP circuit fl ow on the screen.

• Press the button to confi rm.

2

3

• Using the button , launch the reading of the heat pump circuit fl ow.

Key

3 Speed II (not applicable to this system)

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"Heat pump" fl ow / pressure curve

1 2

60

50

40

30

20

10

0 300 600 900

Key

1 With water 20°C

2 With glycol solution (mix at 30%) at 20°C

A Available pressure (kPa)

B Flow within the circuit (l/h)

1200

B

12.9.1 Information on the boiler

• Using the buttons select Boiler on the screen.

,

• Press the button to confi rm.

This menu enables real-time access to:

- the status of the appliances responding to a request (ON/

OFF)

- the information available from the appliances (temperature, pressure, fl ow, ...),

- register of last 5 faults recorded for each appliance (failure code and description) i

Refer to the "Troubleshooting> fault codes" chapter for a description of the fault code displayed on the screen.

- to reset the report for each appliance.

This screen indicates whether the boiler responds to a request (ON or OFF).

• Press the button fault report.

to consult a

• To reset the fault report, press

and confi rm with the button

.

12.9.2 Information on the heat pump

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Refer to "Troubleshooting> Heat pump status" for a description of the status report displayed on the screen.

• Using the buttons , select Heat pump on the screen.

• Press the button to confi rm.

• Using the buttons , select Status reports on the screen.

• Press the button to confi rm.

This screen indicates:

- whether the heat pump responds to a request (ON or OFF)

- the heat pump status report (ON or

OFF).

• To access the information relative to the components, press and confi rm with the button .

• Press the button fault report.

to consult a

• To reset the fault report press

and confi rm with the button

.

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12.9.5 Information about the domestic hot water cylinder option

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This menu is only available if you have chosen the domestic hot water tank option.

• Using the buttons select System on the screen.

,

• Press the button to confi rm.

This screen indicates:

- the external temperature,

- the heating circuit pressure.

• To access the information relative to the components, press and confi rm with the button .

• Press the button fault report.

to consult the

• To reset the fault report, press

and confi rm with the button

.

12.9.4 Information on heating zone

12.10 Options

• Using the buttons , select DHW cylinder on the screen.

• Press the button to confi rm.

This screen indicates:

- The set point of the DHW cylinder.

- whether the DHW cylinder respond to a demand (ON or OFF),

- The status of the domestic hot water tank valve (ON or OFF),

- The temperature of the hot water measured by the tank sensor.

• Using the buttons , select Heating zone on the screen.

• Press the button to confi rm.

• Using the buttons , select Parameters on the screen.

• Press the button to confi rm.

This screen is only displayed if you have installed more than one heating zone.

• Select the zone you want to consult using the buttons .

• Press the button to confi rm.

This screen indicates:

- the heating circuit temperature setting,

- the temperature of the room in which the room thermostat is located,

- whether the heating zones respond to a demand (ON or OFF),

- the status of the 2-way valve (ON or

OFF).

This menu allows you to:

- change the language of the control unit menus

- adjust the brightness and contrast of the screen

- to display the versions of system’s software.

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12.11 Heating system test

• Ensure that there is a heating demand to the control unit.

In the case of a multi-zone confi guration, perform the test zone by zone and ensure that the appropriate zone gets warmer.

• Ensure that all the heating circuit’s thermostatic valves are open.

• Balance the heat emitters, if necessary.

12.12 Finishing

12.12.1 Radio signal test

• Put the room thermostats in place and ensure that the quality of their radio signal is optimal.

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Wait about fi fteen minutes after commissioning the thermostat(s) and the outdoor sensor before performing the test.

• Hold down the room thermostat button for 7 seconds.

• Enter the installer code "96" and confi rm with the button

.

• Select on the screen > radio > test using the buttons and confi rm with the button .

The room thermostat will show the signal quality for the room thermostat and the outside sensor.

Signal quality

Excellent

Good

Low

None

Comments

Normal operation

Operational limit

Will not operate

• If the signal quality is none or bad, check that:

- the room thermostat batteries are properly installed in their compartment,

- the polarity of the batteries is not reversed,

- the batteries are not exhausted. If so, replace them with fresh batteries.

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If the signal quality does not improve, move the thermostat to limit distances and obstacles.

• Repeat these operations for each room thermostat.

12.12.2 Reinitialisation of fault log

• Reset the fault reports of all system appliances (see chapter

"Activation of control unit > Component Info").

• Press the control unit button to display the main screen.

for more than 3 seconds

12.12.3 Description of the main screen

This screen indicates:

- the overall system effi ciency,

- the current date,

- the time.

The date and time settings are confi gured via the room thermostat.

• Consult the room thermostat instructions in order to adjust settings.

12.12.4 System Performance Display

The performance indicator is based on the effectiveness of the appliances during the past 24 hours.

Comment

Excellent

Good

OK

Standard

12.12.5 Status of appliances and system

The status of each of the installation’s components is checked continuously. The result is displayed automatically every minute.

• Press the button to immediately obtain the status of the installation.

After checking the installation, the control unit displays the result for each component and for the heating system pressure.

The result can be:

- OK,

- NOT OK,

- _ _ (component not connected).

If the control unit displays "OK" for all appliances, no particular action is required.

• If the control unit indicates <FAULT>, press the button

.

• If the control unit shows "_ _", check that the appliances are switched on and connected to the control unit.

• Follow the indications on the control unit screen and consult the "Troubleshooting" chapter for the corresponding failure code.

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13 Re-check and restart

• Once the system is installed, check the operation of each appliance.

• Start the system to ensure that any adjustments operate correctly and check that the appliances operate safely.

• Reset the fault reports for all appliances. To do this, see chapter "Activation > Components Info”.

• Check the water-tightness of the appliances and eliminate any leaks.

• Check the entire control and safety system, settings and operation.

• Start the "Self check" procedure to test the system connections (refer to the chapter “Commissioning the control unit > Self check”).

MAINTENANCE

15 Trouble-shooting

The following checks should be performed before proceeding onto specifi c diagnostics:

- Make sure that the electricity supply has not been interrupted and that the appliance is connected correctly.

- Ensure that the isolating valves are open.

- Check that all external controls are connected correctly.

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The faults described in this chapter should be carried out by a qualifi ed engineer and if needed by the After Sales Service.

At the end of the installation, the installer must:

- explain the operation of the appliances and its safety devices to the user, if necessary provide a demonstration and answer any questions;

- hand over to the user all the required documentation,

- fi ll in the documents where necessary;

- advise the user of the precautions necessary to prevent damage to the system, appliances and the building;

- remind the user to service the appliances annually.

- The user shall not interfere with or adjust sealed components.

- Any servicing must be carried out by a competent person approved at the time by the Health and Safety Executive.

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15.2.1 System fault codes

Fault codes

001

002

003

010

011

012

013

014

015

021

030

031

032

033

034

035

036

Description Cause Solution

Failure in Ebus communication between with the boiler

Failure in Ebus communication between with the heat pump

Failure in Ebus communication between with the hydraulic module

Heating circuit fl ow temperature sensor failure

(open circuit)

The sensor is defective or not properly connected to the control unit management or hydraulic module.

Heating circuit fl ow temperature sensor failure

(short circuit)

Heating circuit fl ow temperature sensor failure low temperature (open circuit)

Heating circuit fl ow temperature sensor failure low temperature (short circuit)

Domestic water tank temperature sensor failure

(open circuit)

Domestic water tank temperature sensor failure

(short circuit)

The sensor is shorted.

The sensor is defective or not properly connected to the control unit.

The sensor is shorted.

The sensor is defective or not properly connected to the control unit.

The sensor is shorted.

Pressure too low <0.5 bar

The boiler is not connected to the control unit.

The cable polarity is reversed.

The boiler is off.

The heat pump is not connected to the control unit.

The heat pump is off.

The hydraulic module is not connected to the control unit.

The hydraulic module is off.

Check that the boiler is connected to the control unit.

Check the connection’s + / - polarity.

Ensure that there is no interruption to the electricity network and that the boiler is properly connected and turned on.

Make sure the heat pump is connected to the control unit.

Ensure that there is no interruption to the electricity network and that the heat pump is properly connected and turned on.

Make sure that the hydraulic module is connected to the control unit.

Ensure that there is no interruption to the electricity network and that the hydraulic module is properly connected and turned on.

There is a leak in the heating circuit.The venting was not carried out correctly.

Check the sensor’s connections.

Verify that the position and the operation of the sensor are correct.

Check the sensor’s resistance.

Check the sensor’s connections.

Verify that the position and the operation of the sensor are correct.

Check the sensor’s resistance.

Check the sensor’s connections.

Verify that the position and the operation of the sensor are correct.

Check the sensor’s resistance.

Check that there are no leaks.

Drain the heating circuit. Remove air.

Fill the installation.

Failure in communication with the zone 1 wireless room thermostat.

Failure in communication with the zone 2 wireless room thermostat.

Failure in communication with the zone 3 wireless room thermostat.

Failure in communication with the zone 4 wireless room thermostat.

Failure in communication with the zone 5 wireless room thermostat.

Failure in communication with the zone 6 wireless room thermostat.

The room thermostat is too far from the control unit.

There is a problem with the batteries in room thermostat.

Check the RF signal quality via the

Climapro2 RF installer menu.

Check the location of the thermostat.

Check that the thermostat’s batteries are installed in their compartment.

Make sure the battery polarity is not reversed.

Make sure the batteries are not dead.

If so, replace them with new batteries

Failure in communication with the wireless outdoor sensor

The wireless outdoor sensor is too far from the control unit.

Check the location of the outdoor sensor.

Check that the sensor’s power supply is correctly provided by a photovoltaic cell.

15.2.2 Boiler fault codes

• Consult the boiler installation manual for information about the fault codes.

15.2.3 Heat pump fault codes

• Consult the heat pump installation manual for information about the fault codes.

15.3 Status

• Consult the boiler installation manual for information about the status codes.

15.3.2 Heat pump status

• Consult the heat pump installation manual for information about the status codes.

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16 Servicing

• Consult each of the system component’s instructions for more information about the corresponding maintenance operations.

16.2 Control unit maintenance menu

The maintenance menu includes the installation menu function, plus 2 additional functions.

• Press the button seconds.

for 7

• Enter the installer maintenance access code (35).

• Press the button to confi rm.

This menu allows you to test the operation of all appliances and the system (boiler, HP, zone valves,) present in the installation.

• Using the buttons , select System tests on the screen.

• Press the button to confi rm.

Boiler test

• Using the buttons select Boiler on the screen.

,

• Press the button to confi rm.

This menu allows you to issue a heating demand to the boiler.

• Press the button the heating demand.

to activate

to disable the • Press the button heating demand.

• Press the button .

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Heat pump test

• Using the buttons , select Heat pump on the screen.

• Press the button to confi rm.

This menu allows you to:

- issue a heating demand to the heat pump,

- activate the pump

- activate the fan

- activate the 4-way valve

- activate the crankcase heater

- activate the electrical resistance heater

- activate the heat exchanger’s resistance heater

- activate the defrosting

• Using the buttons your selection on the screen.

, make

• Confi rm with the button the test.

to start

• To stop the test, press the button

.

• Press the button .

System test

• Using the buttons select System on the screen.

,

• Press the button to confi rm.

This menu allows to activate the hydraulic module pump.

• Press the button the test.

to activate

• To disable the test, press the button

.

• Press the button .

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Heating zones test

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The heating zones can only be tested if you have installed multiple zone valves.

• Using the buttons select Zones on the screen.

,

• Press the button to confi rm.

This menu is used to activate the 2 port valve for each zone.

• Select the zone you want to test using the buttons .

• Press the button the test.

to activate

• To disable the test, press the button

.

• Press the button to confi rm.

DHW cylinder test

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The domestic hot water cylinder test is only possible if you have selected the domestic hot water cylinder option.

This menu provides access to Aftersales Service information.

• Using the buttons , select Parameters on the screen.

• Press the button to confi rm.

• Using the buttons , select

After sales info

on the screen.

• Press the button to confi rm.

You can view or edit the following information:

- date of last access to installer menus,

- the name of the company which provides the after sales service if entered,

- the telephone number of the company which provides the after sales service if entered.

• Using the buttons , select DHW cylinder on the screen.

• Press the button to confi rm.

• Using the buttons , select DHW cylinder demand on the screen.

• Press the button

• Press the button the test.

to confi rm.

to activate

The domestic hot water cylinder 2-way valve opens and the heat pump heats the domestic hot water cylinder circuit.

• To disable the test, press the button

.

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