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Standard configuration
variants overview
Standard variant:
Variant 1 and 2:
Variant 3:
Variant 4 and 5 (with plate heat exchanger):
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Variants overview for
remote operation
Standard variant:
Variant 1 and 2:
Variant 3:
Variant 4 and 5 (with plate heat exchanger):
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Table of contents
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Application ................................................................................11
2
Standard configuration ..............................................................12
2.1
2.1.1
2.1.2
2.1.3
2.1.3.1
2.1.3.2
2.1.4
2.2
2.2.1
2.2.1.1
2.2.1.2
2.2.2
2.2.3
2.2.3.1
2.2.4
2.2.4.1
2.2.4.2
2.3
2.3.1
2.3.1.1
2.3.1.2
2.3.2
2.3.3
2.3.3.1
2.3.4
2.3.4.1
2.3.4.2
2.4
2.4.1
2.4.1.1
2.4.1.2
2.4.2
2.4.3
2.4.3.1
2.4.3.2
2.4.4
2.4.4.1
2.4.4.2
2.5
2.5.1
2.5.1.1
Standard variant (flow rate control) ............................................................. 12
Commissioning ................................................................................................ 13
Description of function ................................................................................... 13
Setup mode ..................................................................................................... 13
Speed control .............................................................................................. 13
Pressure control .......................................................................................... 13
Shutting down ................................................................................................. 13
Variant 1 (flow rate measurement) .............................................................. 14
Commissioning ................................................................................................ 15
Installing the mass flow meter ................................................................... 15
Connecting connections .............................................................................. 15
Description of function ................................................................................... 16
Setup mode ..................................................................................................... 16
Mass flow meter ......................................................................................... 16
Shutting down ................................................................................................. 17
Disconnecting connections ......................................................................... 17
Deinstalling the mass flow meter ............................................................... 17
Variant 2 (flow rate control) ......................................................................... 18
Commissioning ................................................................................................ 19
Installing the mass flow meter ................................................................... 19
Connecting connections .............................................................................. 19
Description of function ................................................................................... 20
Setup mode ..................................................................................................... 20
Mass flow meter ......................................................................................... 20
Shutting down ................................................................................................. 21
Disconnecting connections ......................................................................... 21
Deinstalling the mass flow meter ............................................................... 21
Variant 3 (flow rate control) ......................................................................... 22
Commissioning ................................................................................................ 23
Installing VPC-Bypass and mass flow meter ............................................... 23
Connecting connections .............................................................................. 23
Description of function ................................................................................... 24
Setup mode ..................................................................................................... 24
Mass flow meter ......................................................................................... 24
VPC-Bypass ................................................................................................. 25
Shutting down ................................................................................................. 25
Disconnecting connections ......................................................................... 25
Deinstalling VPC-Bypass and mass flow meter ........................................... 25
Variant 4 (flow rate control) ......................................................................... 26
Commissioning ................................................................................................ 27
Installing the VPC-Bypass, the pressure booster pump Unipump and the
mass flow meter ......................................................................................... 27
Connecting connections .............................................................................. 27
Description of function ................................................................................... 28
Setup mode ..................................................................................................... 28
Mass flow meter ......................................................................................... 28
VPC-Bypass ................................................................................................. 29
Pressure booster pump Unipump ............................................................... 29
Shutting down ................................................................................................. 29
Disconnecting connections ......................................................................... 29
Deinstalling the VPC-Bypass, the pressure booster pump Unipump and the
mass flow meter ......................................................................................... 29
Variant 5 (flow rate control) ......................................................................... 30
Commissioning ................................................................................................ 31
Installing the plate heat exchanger, the VPC-Bypass, the pressure booster
pump Unipump and the mass flow meter .................................................. 31
Connecting connections .............................................................................. 31
Description of function ................................................................................... 32
Setup mode ..................................................................................................... 32
Mass flow meter ......................................................................................... 32
VPC-Bypass ................................................................................................. 33
2.5.1.2
2.5.2
2.5.3
2.5.3.1
2.5.3.2
2.5.3.3
2.5.4
2.5.4.1
2.5.4.2
2.6
2.6.1
2.6.1.1
2.6.1.2
2.6.2
2.6.3
2.6.3.1
2.6.3.2
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2.6.3.3
2.6.4
2.6.4.1
2.6.4.2
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3.1
3.1.1
3.1.2
3.1.3
3.1.3.1
3.1.3.2
3.1.4
3.2
3.2.1
3.2.1.1
3.2.1.2
3.2.2
3.2.3
3.2.3.1
3.2.4
3.2.4.1
3.2.4.2
3.3
3.3.1
3.3.1.1
3.3.1.2
3.3.2
3.3.3
3.3.3.1
3.3.4
3.3.4.1
3.3.4.2
3.4
3.4.1
3.4.1.1
3.4.1.2
3.4.2
3.4.3
3.4.3.1
3.4.3.2
3.4.4
3.4.4.1
3.4.4.2
3.5
3.5.1
3.5.1.1
Standard variant (flow rate control) ............................................................. 34
Commissioning ................................................................................................ 35
Description of function ................................................................................... 35
Setup mode ..................................................................................................... 35
Speed control .............................................................................................. 35
Pressure control .......................................................................................... 35
Shutting down ................................................................................................. 35
Variant 1 (flow rate measurement) .............................................................. 36
Commissioning ................................................................................................ 37
Installing the mass flow meter ................................................................... 37
Connecting connections .............................................................................. 37
Description of function ................................................................................... 38
Setup mode ..................................................................................................... 38
Mass flow meter ......................................................................................... 38
Shutting down ................................................................................................. 39
Disconnecting connections ......................................................................... 39
Deinstalling the mass flow meter ............................................................... 39
Variant 2 (flow rate control) ......................................................................... 40
Commissioning ................................................................................................ 41
Installing the mass flow meter ................................................................... 41
Connecting connections .............................................................................. 41
Description of function ................................................................................... 42
Setup mode ..................................................................................................... 42
Mass flow meter ......................................................................................... 42
Shutting down ................................................................................................. 43
Disconnecting connections ......................................................................... 43
Deinstalling the mass flow meter ............................................................... 43
Variant 3 (flow rate control) ......................................................................... 44
Commissioning ................................................................................................ 45
Installing VPC-Bypass and mass flow meter ............................................... 45
Connecting connections .............................................................................. 45
Description of function ................................................................................... 46
Setup mode ..................................................................................................... 46
Mass flow meter ......................................................................................... 46
VPC-Bypass ................................................................................................. 47
Shutting down ................................................................................................. 47
Disconnecting connections ......................................................................... 47
Deinstalling VPC-Bypass and mass flow meter ........................................... 47
Variant 4 (flow rate control) ......................................................................... 48
Commissioning ................................................................................................ 49
Installing the VPC-Bypass, the pressure booster pump Unipump and the
mass flow meter ......................................................................................... 49
Connecting connections .............................................................................. 49
Description of function ................................................................................... 50
Setup mode ..................................................................................................... 50
Mass flow meter ......................................................................................... 50
VPC-Bypass ................................................................................................. 51
Pressure booster pump Unipump ............................................................... 51
Shutting down ................................................................................................. 51
Disconnecting connections ......................................................................... 51
Deinstalling the VPC-Bypass, the pressure booster pump Unipump and the
mass flow meter ......................................................................................... 51
Variant 5 (flow rate control) ......................................................................... 52
Commissioning ................................................................................................ 53
Installing the plate heat exchanger, the VPC-Bypass, the pressure booster
pump Unipump and the mass flow meter .................................................. 53
Connecting connections .............................................................................. 53
Description of function ................................................................................... 54
Setup mode ..................................................................................................... 54
Mass flow meter ......................................................................................... 54
VPC-Bypass ................................................................................................. 55
Pressure booster pump Unipump ............................................................... 55
Shutting down ................................................................................................. 55
3.5.1.2
3.5.2
3.5.3
3.5.3.1
3.5.3.2
3.5.3.3
3.5.4
3.5.4.1
3.5.4.2
3.6
3.6.1
3.6.1.1
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Pressure booster pump Unipump ............................................................... 33
Shutting down ................................................................................................. 33
Disconnecting connections ......................................................................... 33
Deinstalling the plate heat exchanger, the VPC-Bypass, the pressure
booster pump Unipump and the mass flow meter ..................................... 33
3.6.1.2
3.6.2
3.6.3
3.6.3.1
3.6.3.2
3.6.3.3
3.6.4
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3.6.4.2
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Disconnecting connections ......................................................................... 55
Deinstalling the plate heat exchanger, the VPC-Bypass, the pressure
booster pump Unipump and the mass flow meter ..................................... 55
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Chapter 1
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1 Application
Depending on the temperature control unit model and accessories, Huber provides various variants
for flow rate measurement and control.
This manual describes the individual variants including hardware requirements, commissioning,
functional description and setup mode.
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2 Standard configuration
2.1 Standard variant (flow rate control)
For temperature control units with a speed-controlled pump.
Schematic representation of variant
Prerequisites:
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Required hardware
Required documentation
Temperature control unit
Operation manual of the temperature control unit
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2.1.1 Commissioning
Commission the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Commissioning«).
2.1.2 Description of function
In the standard variant, the flow rate is controlled by the speed-controlled pump built into the temperature control unit.
2.1.3 Setup mode
Install the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Setup mode«).
INFORMATION.
In Pilot ONE, the flow rate can be controlled by speed control or pressure control. The factory setting of the temperature control unit is: Speed control, 3500 rpm.
The steps below must be performed as well.
2.1.3.1 Speed control
PROCEDURE
Go to the “Categories Menu”.
Tap on the category “System Settings”.
Tap on the category “Pump”.
Tap on the sub-category “Control Mode”.
Tap on the dialog entry “Speed Control”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the menu item “Pump/ RPM”.
Enter the new speed using the number keypad that appears. You can enter a speed of min. 1500
rpm to max. 3500 rpm.
 Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
 Continue with the instructions in the operation manual of the temperature control unit.
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PROCEDURE
Go to the “Categories Menu”.
Tap on the category “System Settings”.
Tap on the category “Pump”.
Tap on the sub-category “Control Mode”.
Tap on the dialog entry “Pressure Control”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the menu item “Pressure (Bypass)”.
Enter the new pump pressure using the number keypad that appears. You can read the current
pump pressure in this view, if you want to control the pump pressure during operation.
 Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
 Continue with the instructions in the operation manual of the temperature control unit.
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2.1.4 Shutting down
Shut down the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Shutting
down«).
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2.2 Variant 1 (flow rate measurement)
For temperature control units with or without a speed-controlled pump.
Schematic representation of variant
Prerequisites:
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Required hardware
Required documentation
Temperature control unit
Operation manual of the temperature control unit
Com.G@te
Operation manual of the temperature control unit
CAN Switch
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Mass flow meter
Operation manual of the mass flow meter
Connecting cables
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2.2.1 Commissioning
Commission the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Commissioning«). Also follow the operation manual of the mass flow meter.
The steps below must be performed as well.
2.2.1.1 Installing the mass flow meter
Schematic representation of the temperature
control unit
PROCEDURE
 Install the mass flow meter in the building. Proceed as described in the operation manual of the
mass flow meter.
 Install the mass flow meter in the thermal fluid circuit. Proceed as described in the operation
manual of the mass flow meter. See above figure »Schematic representation of the temperature
control unit«.
2.2.1.2 Connecting connections
PROCEDURE
 Connect the jack >Huber-Unit< on the CAN Switch to the jack >RS232 Serial (with adapter cable)< on the temperature control unit.
 Connect the jack >Com.G@te< on the CAN Switch to the jack on the side of the Com.G@te unit.
 Connect the jack >VPC< on the CAN Switch to the mass flow meter. The mass flow meter receives
its voltage supply via the jack >VPC<.
 Connect the mass flow meter to the jack >AIF Reg-E-Prog< on the Com.G@te unit.
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2.2.2 Description of function
The mass flow meter detects and outputs the flow rate of the thermal fluid. You cannot control the
flow rate in this variant.
2.2.3 Setup mode
Install the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Setup mode«).
Also follow the operation manual of the mass flow meter.
The steps below must be performed as well.
2.2.3.1 Mass flow meter
Depending on the mass flow meter used, readings are output as current or voltage. Follow these
steps to calibrate the mass flow meter on the Pilot ONE.
PROCEDURE
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Go to the “Categories Menu”.
Tap on the category “Interfaces”.
Tap on the category “Analogue Interface”.
Tap on the sub-category “Input”.
Tap on the sub-category “Current/Voltage switch”.
Depending on the mass flow meter used, tap on the entry “Current” or “Voltage”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap the required entry “Trigger an alarm” or “No alarm”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the sub-category “Input Funct./Measuring range”.
Tap on the entry “Thermofluid flow”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the min. value, using the numeric keypad that appears. Refer to the documentation of the
mass flow meter for the min. value.
Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the max. value, using the numeric keypad that appears. Refer to the documentation of the
mass flow meter for the max. value.
Tap on the sub-category “Adjustment”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust current value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust low value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Read the Note and confirm by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the value, using the numeric keypad that appears. The value is displayed on the mass flow
meter.
Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the sub-category “Adjustment”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust current value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust high value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Read the Note and confirm by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the value, using the numeric keypad that appears. The value is displayed on the mass flow
meter.
Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”. The mass flow meter has been calibrated.
Continue with the instructions in the operation manual of the temperature control unit.
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2.2.4 Shutting down
Shut down the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Shutting
down«). Also follow the operation manual of the mass flow meter.
The steps below must be performed as well.
2.2.4.1 Disconnecting connections
PROCEDURE
 Disconnect the jack >Huber-Unit< on the CAN Switch from the jack >RS232 Serial (with adapter
cable)< on the temperature control unit.
 Disconnect the jack >Com.G@te< on the CAN Switch from the jack on the side of the Com.G@te
unit.
 Disconnect the jack >VPC< on the CAN Switch from the mass flow meter.
 Disconnect the mass flow meter from the jack >AIF Reg-E-Prog< on the Com.G@te unit.
2.2.4.2 Deinstalling the mass flow meter
PROCEDURE
 Deinstall the mass flow meter from the thermal fluid circuit. Proceed as described in the operation manual of the mass flow meter.
 Deinstall the mass flow meter from the building. Proceed as described in the operation manual of
the mass flow meter.
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2.3 Variant 2 (flow rate control)
For temperature control units with a speed-controlled pump.
Schematic representation of variant
Prerequisites:
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Required hardware
Required documentation
Temperature control unit
Operation manual of the temperature control unit
Com.G@te
Operation manual of the temperature control unit
CAN Switch
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Mass flow meter
Operation manual of the mass flow meter
Connecting cables
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2.3.1 Commissioning
Commission the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Commissioning«). Also follow the operation manual of the mass flow meter.
The steps below must be performed as well.
2.3.1.1 Installing the mass flow meter
Schematic representation of the temperature
control unit
PROCEDURE
 Install the mass flow meter in the building. Proceed as described in the operation manual of the
mass flow meter.
 Install the mass flow meter in the thermal fluid circuit. Proceed as described in the operation
manual of the mass flow meter. See above figure »Schematic representation of the temperature
control unit«.
2.3.1.2 Connecting connections
PROCEDURE
 Connect the jack >Huber-Unit< on the CAN Switch to the jack >RS232 Serial (with adapter cable)< on the temperature control unit.
 Connect the jack >Com.G@te< on the CAN Switch to the jack on the side of the Com.G@te unit.
 Connect the jack >VPC< on the CAN Switch to the mass flow meter. The mass flow meter receives
its voltage supply via the jack >VPC<.
 Connect the mass flow meter to the jack >AIF Reg-E-Prog< on the Com.G@te unit.
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2.3.2 Description of function
The mass flow meter detects the flow rate of the thermal fluid. In this variant, the flow rate is controlled by the speed-controlled pump built into the temperature control unit.
2.3.3 Setup mode
Install the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Setup mode«).
Also follow the operation manual of the mass flow meter.
The steps below must be performed as well.
2.3.3.1 Mass flow meter
Depending on the mass flow meter used, readings are output as current or voltage. Follow these
steps to calibrate the mass flow meter on the Pilot ONE.
PROCEDURE
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Go to the “Categories Menu”.
Tap on the category “Interfaces”.
Tap on the category “Analogue Interface”.
Tap on the sub-category “Input”.
Tap on the sub-category “Current/Voltage switch”.
Depending on the mass flow meter used, tap on the entry “Current” or “Voltage”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap the required entry “Trigger an alarm” or “No alarm”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the sub-category “Input Funct./Measuring range”.
Tap on the entry “Thermofluid flow”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the min. value, using the numeric keypad that appears. Refer to the documentation of the
mass flow meter for the min. value.
Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the max. value, using the numeric keypad that appears. Refer to the documentation of the
mass flow meter for the max. value.
Tap on the sub-category “Adjustment”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust current value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust low value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Read the Note and confirm by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the value, using the numeric keypad that appears. The value is displayed on the mass flow
meter.
Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the sub-category “Adjustment”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust current value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust high value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Read the Note and confirm by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the value, using the numeric keypad that appears. The value is displayed on the mass flow
meter.
Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”. The mass flow meter has been calibrated.
Continue with the instructions in the operation manual of the temperature control unit.
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2.3.4 Shutting down
Shut down the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Shutting
down«). Also follow the operation manual of the mass flow meter.
The steps below must be performed as well.
2.3.4.1 Disconnecting connections
PROCEDURE
 Disconnect the jack >Huber-Unit< on the CAN Switch from the jack >RS232 Serial (with adapter
cable)< on the temperature control unit.
 Disconnect the jack >Com.G@te< on the CAN Switch from the jack on the side of the Com.G@te
unit.
 Disconnect the jack >VPC< on the CAN Switch from the mass flow meter.
 Disconnect the mass flow meter from the jack >AIF Reg-E-Prog< on the Com.G@te unit.
2.3.4.2 Deinstalling the mass flow meter
PROCEDURE
 Deinstall the mass flow meter from the thermal fluid circuit. Proceed as described in the operation manual of the mass flow meter.
 Deinstall the mass flow meter from the building. Proceed as described in the operation manual of
the mass flow meter.
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2.4 Variant 3 (flow rate control)
For temperature control units with or without a speed-controlled pump.
Schematic representation of variant
Prerequisites:
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Required hardware
Required documentation
Temperature control unit
Operation manual of the temperature control unit
Com.G@te
Operation manual of the temperature control unit
CAN Switch
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Mass flow meter
Operation manual of the mass flow meter
VPC-Bypass
Installation guide for the VPC-Bypass
Connecting cables
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2.4.1 Commissioning
Commission the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Commissioning«). Also follow the installation guide of the VPC-Bypass and the operation manual of the mass
flow meter.
The steps below must be performed as well.
2.4.1.1 Installing VPC-Bypass and mass flow meter
Schematic representation of the temperature
control unit
PROCEDURE
 Install the mass flow meter in the building. Proceed as described in the operation manual of the
mass flow meter.
 Install the VPC-Bypass and the mass flow meter in the thermal fluid circuit. Proceed as described
in the corresponding operation manuals. See above figure »Schematic representation of the
temperature control unit«.
2.4.1.2 Connecting connections
PROCEDURE
 Connect the jack >Huber-Unit< on the CAN Switch to the jack >RS232 Serial (with adapter cable)< on the temperature control unit.
 Connect the jack >Com.G@te< on the CAN Switch to the jack on the side of the Com.G@te unit.
 Connect the jack >VPC< on the CAN Switch to the jack >Control cable temperature control unit<
on the VPC-Bypass.
 Connect the jack >Signal external pressure sensor< on the VPC-Bypass to the mass flow meter.
The mass flow meter receives its voltage supply via the jack >Signal external pressure sensor<.
 Connect the mass flow meter to the jack >AIF Reg-E-Prog< on the Com.G@te unit.
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2.4.2 Description of function
The mass flow meter detects the flow rate of the thermal fluid. In this variant, the flow rate is controlled by the VPC-Bypass.
2.4.3 Setup mode
Install the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Setup mode«).
Also follow the installation guide of the VPC-Bypass and the operation manual of the mass flow meter.
The steps below must be performed as well.
2.4.3.1 Mass flow meter
Depending on the mass flow meter used, readings are output as current or voltage. Follow these
steps to calibrate the mass flow meter on the Pilot ONE.
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Go to the “Categories Menu”.
Tap on the category “Interfaces”.
Tap on the category “Analogue Interface”.
Tap on the sub-category “Input”.
Tap on the sub-category “Current/Voltage switch”.
Depending on the mass flow meter used, tap on the entry “Current” or “Voltage”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap the required entry “Trigger an alarm” or “No alarm”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the sub-category “Input Funct./Measuring range”.
Tap on the entry “Thermofluid flow”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the min. value, using the numeric keypad that appears. Refer to the documentation of the
mass flow meter for the min. value.
Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the max. value, using the numeric keypad that appears. Refer to the documentation of the
mass flow meter for the max. value.
Tap on the sub-category “Adjustment”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust current value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust low value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Read the Note and confirm by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the value, using the numeric keypad that appears. The value is displayed on the mass flow
meter.
Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the sub-category “Adjustment”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust current value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust high value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Read the Note and confirm by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the value, using the numeric keypad that appears. The value is displayed on the mass flow
meter.
Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”. The mass flow meter has been calibrated.
Continue with the instructions in the operation manual of the temperature control unit.
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2.4.3.2 VPC-Bypass
Adjust the Required Setting when using VPC-Bypass in Pilot ONE. See the operation manual of the
temperature control unit in section »Sub-category fluid properties«.
2.4.4 Shutting down
Shut down the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Shutting
down«). Also follow the installation guide of the VPC-Bypass and the mass flow meter.
The steps below must be performed as well.
2.4.4.1 Disconnecting connections
PROCEDURE
 Disconnect the jack >Huber-Unit< on the CAN Switch from the jack >RS232 Serial (with adapter
cable)< on the temperature control unit.
 Disconnect the jack >Com.G@te< on the CAN Switch from the jack on the side of the Com.G@te
unit.
 Disconnect the jack >VPC< on the CAN Switch from the jack >Control cable temperature control
unit< on the VPC-Bypass.
 Disonnect the jack >Signal external pressure sensor< on the VPC-Bypass from the mass flow meter.
 Disconnect the mass flow meter from the jack >AIF Reg-E-Prog< on the Com.G@te unit.
2.4.4.2 Deinstalling VPC-Bypass and mass flow meter
PROCEDURE
 Deinstall the VPC-Bypass and the mass flow meter from the thermal fluid circuit. Proceed as described in the corresponding operation manuals.
 Deinstall the mass flow meter from the building. Proceed as described in the operation manual of
the mass flow meter.
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MANUAL
Chapter 2
2.5 Variant 4 (flow rate control)
For temperature control units with or without a speed-controlled pump.
Schematic representation of variant
Prerequisites:
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Required hardware
Required documentation
Temperature control unit
Operation manual of the temperature control unit
Com.G@te
Operation manual of the temperature control unit
CAN Switch
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Mass flow meter
Operation manual of the mass flow meter
VPC-Bypass
Installation guide for the VPC-Bypass
Pressure booster pump Unipump
Installation guide of the pressure booster pump
Connecting cables
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2.5.1 Commissioning
Commission the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Commissioning«). Also follow the installation guide of the VPC-Bypass and the pressure booster pump
Unipump and the operation manual of the mass flow meter.
The steps below must be performed as well.
2.5.1.1 Installing the VPC-Bypass, the pressure booster pump Unipump and the mass flow meter
Schematic representation of the temperature
control unit
PROCEDURE
 Install the mass flow meter in the building. Proceed as described in the operation manual of the
mass flow meter.
 Install the VPC bypass, the pressure booster pump Unipump and the mass flow meter in the
thermal fluid circuit. Proceed as described in the corresponding operation manuals. See above
figure »Schematic representation of the temperature control unit«.
2.5.1.2 Connecting connections
PROCEDURE
 Connect the jack >Huber-Unit< on the CAN Switch to the jack >RS232 Serial (with adapter cable)< on the temperature control unit.
 Connect the jack >Com.G@te< on the CAN Switch to the jack on the side of the Com.G@te unit.
 Connect the jack >VPC< on the CAN Switch to the jack >Control cable temperature control unit<
on the VPC-Bypass.
 Connect the jack >Signal external pressure sensor< on the VPC-Bypass to the mass flow meter.
The mass flow meter receives its voltage supply via the jack >Signal external pressure sensor<.
 Connect the mass flow meter to the jack >AIF Reg-E-Prog< on the Com.G@te unit.
 Connect the jack >External control signal< to the pressure booster pump Unipump using the plug
>POKO (floating contact) alarm< on the Com.G@te.
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Chapter 2
2.5.2 Description of function
The mass flow meter detects the flow rate of the thermal fluid. In this variant, the flow rate is controlled by the VPC-Bypass. The thermal fluid is circulated when the pressure booster pump Unipump
is installed in the thermal fluid circuit of the external application.
2.5.3 Setup mode
Install the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Setup mode«).
Also follow the installation guide of the VPC-Bypass and the pressure booster pump Unipump and
the operation manual of the mass flow meter.
The steps below must be performed as well.
2.5.3.1 Mass flow meter
Depending on the mass flow meter used, readings are output as current or voltage. Follow these
steps to calibrate the mass flow meter on the Pilot ONE.
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Go to the “Categories Menu”.
Tap on the category “Interfaces”.
Tap on the category “Analogue Interface”.
Tap on the sub-category “Input”.
Tap on the sub-category “Current/Voltage switch”.
Depending on the mass flow meter used, tap on the entry “Current” or “Voltage”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap the required entry “Trigger an alarm” or “No alarm”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the sub-category “Input Funct./Measuring range”.
Tap on the entry “Thermofluid flow”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the min. value, using the numeric keypad that appears. Refer to the documentation of the
mass flow meter for the min. value.
Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the max. value, using the numeric keypad that appears. Refer to the documentation of the
mass flow meter for the max. value.
Tap on the sub-category “Adjustment”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust current value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust low value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Read the Note and confirm by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the value, using the numeric keypad that appears. The value is displayed on the mass flow
meter.
Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the sub-category “Adjustment”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust current value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust high value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Read the Note and confirm by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the value, using the numeric keypad that appears. The value is displayed on the mass flow
meter.
Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”. The mass flow meter has been calibrated.
Continue with the instructions in the operation manual of the temperature control unit.
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2.5.3.2 VPC-Bypass
Adjust the Required Setting when using VPC-Bypass in Pilot ONE. See the operation manual of the
temperature control unit in section »Sub-category fluid properties«.
2.5.3.3 Pressure booster pump Unipump
Adjust the interfaces when using the pressure booster pump Unipump in Pilot ONE. See the operation manual of the temperature control unit in section »Connector POKO (floating contact) alarm«.
2.5.4 Shutting down
Shut down the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Shutting
down«). Also follow the installation guide of the VPC-Bypass and the pressure booster pump
Unipump and the operation manual of the mass flow meter.
The steps below must be performed as well.
2.5.4.1 Disconnecting connections
PROCEDURE
 Disconnect the jack >Huber-Unit< on the CAN Switch from the jack >RS232 Serial (with adapter
cable)< on the temperature control unit.
 Disconnect the jack >Com.G@te< on the CAN Switch from the jack on the side of the Com.G@te
unit.
 Disconnect the jack >VPC< on the CAN Switch from the jack >Control cable temperature control
unit< on the VPC-Bypass.
 Disonnect the jack >Signal external pressure sensor< on the VPC-Bypass from the mass flow meter.
 Disconnect the mass flow meter from the jack >AIF Reg-E-Prog< on the Com.G@te unit.
 Disconnect the jack >External control signal< to the pressure booster pump Unipump from the
plug >POKO (floating contact) alarm< on the Com.G@te.
2.5.4.2 Deinstalling the VPC-Bypass, the pressure booster pump Unipump and the mass flow meter
PROCEDURE
 Deinstall the VPC bypass, the pressure booster pump Unipump and the mass flow meter from the
thermal fluid circuit. Proceed as described in the corresponding operation manuals.
 Deinstall the mass flow meter from the building. Proceed as described in the operation manual of
the mass flow meter.
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Chapter 2
2.6 Variant 5 (flow rate control)
For temperature control units with or without a speed-controlled pump.
Schematic representation of variant
Prerequisites:
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Required hardware
Required documentation
Temperature control unit
Operation manual of the temperature control unit
Com.G@te
Operation manual of the temperature control unit
CAN Switch
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Mass flow meter
Operation manual of the mass flow meter
VPC-Bypass
Installation guide for the VPC-Bypass
Pressure booster pump Unipump
Installation guide of the pressure booster pump
Plate heat exchanger
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Connecting cables
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2.6.1 Commissioning
Commission the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Commissioning«). Also follow the installation guide of the VPC-Bypass and the pressure booster pump
Unipump and the operation manual of the mass flow meter.
The steps below must be performed as well.
2.6.1.1 Installing the plate heat exchanger, the VPC-Bypass, the pressure booster pump Unipump and the
mass flow meter
Schematic representation of the temperature
control unit
PROCEDURE
 Install the plate heat exchanger in the temperature control unit.
 Install the mass flow meter in the building. Proceed as described in the operation manual of the
mass flow meter.
 Install the VPC bypass, the pressure booster pump Unipump and the mass flow meter in the
thermal fluid circuit. Proceed as described in the corresponding operation manuals. See above
figure »Schematic representation of the temperature control unit«.
2.6.1.2 Connecting connections
PROCEDURE
 Connect the jack >Huber-Unit< on the CAN Switch to the jack >RS232 Serial (with adapter cable)< on the temperature control unit.
 Connect the jack >Com.G@te< on the CAN Switch to the jack on the side of the Com.G@te unit.
 Connect the jack >VPC< on the CAN Switch to the jack >Control cable temperature control unit<
on the VPC-Bypass.
 Connect the jack >Signal external pressure sensor< on the VPC-Bypass to the mass flow meter.
The mass flow meter receives its voltage supply via the jack >Signal external pressure sensor<.
 Connect the mass flow meter to the jack >AIF Reg-E-Prog< on the Com.G@te unit.
 Connect the jack >External control signal< to the pressure booster pump Unipump using the plug
>POKO (floating contact) alarm< on the Com.G@te.
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2.6.2 Description of function
The mass flow meter detects the flow rate of the thermal fluid. In this variant, the flow rate is controlled by the VPC-Bypass. A plate heat exchanger separates the thermal fluid circuit of the external
application in the temperature control unit. The thermal fluid is circulated when the pressure booster pump Unipump is installed in the thermal fluid circuit of the external application.
2.6.3 Setup mode
Install the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Setup mode«).
Also follow the installation guide of the VPC-Bypass and the pressure booster pump Unipump and
the operation manual of the mass flow meter.
The steps below must be performed as well.
2.6.3.1 Mass flow meter
Depending on the mass flow meter used, readings are output as current or voltage. Follow these
steps to calibrate the mass flow meter on the Pilot ONE.
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Go to the “Categories Menu”.
Tap on the category “Interfaces”.
Tap on the category “Analogue Interface”.
Tap on the sub-category “Input”.
Tap on the sub-category “Current/Voltage switch”.
Depending on the mass flow meter used, tap on the entry “Current” or “Voltage”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap the required entry “Trigger an alarm” or “No alarm”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the sub-category “Input Funct./Measuring range”.
Tap on the entry “Thermofluid flow”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the min. value, using the numeric keypad that appears. Refer to the documentation of the
mass flow meter for the min. value.
Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the max. value, using the numeric keypad that appears. Refer to the documentation of the
mass flow meter for the max. value.
Tap on the sub-category “Adjustment”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust current value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust low value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Read the Note and confirm by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the value, using the numeric keypad that appears. The value is displayed on the mass flow
meter.
Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the sub-category “Adjustment”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust current value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust high value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Read the Note and confirm by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the value, using the numeric keypad that appears. The value is displayed on the mass flow
meter.
Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”. The mass flow meter has been calibrated.
Continue with the instructions in the operation manual of the temperature control unit.
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2.6.3.2 VPC-Bypass
Adjust the Required Setting when using VPC-Bypass in Pilot ONE. See the operation manual of the
temperature control unit in section »Sub-category fluid properties«.
2.6.3.3 Pressure booster pump Unipump
Adjust the interfaces when using the pressure booster pump Unipump in Pilot ONE. See the operation manual of the temperature control unit in section »Connector POKO (floating contact) alarm«.
2.6.4 Shutting down
Shut down the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Shutting
down«). Also follow the installation guide of the VPC-Bypass and the pressure booster pump
Unipump and the operation manual of the mass flow meter.
The steps below must be performed as well.
2.6.4.1 Disconnecting connections
PROCEDURE
 Disconnect the jack >Huber-Unit< on the CAN Switch from the jack >RS232 Serial (with adapter
cable)< on the temperature control unit.
 Disconnect the jack >Com.G@te< on the CAN Switch from the jack on the side of the Com.G@te
unit.
 Disconnect the jack >VPC< on the CAN Switch from the jack >Control cable temperature control
unit< on the VPC-Bypass.
 Disonnect the jack >Signal external pressure sensor< on the VPC-Bypass from the mass flow meter.
 Disconnect the mass flow meter from the jack >AIF Reg-E-Prog< on the Com.G@te unit.
 Disconnect the jack >External control signal< to the pressure booster pump Unipump from the
plug >POKO (floating contact) alarm< on the Com.G@te.
2.6.4.2 Deinstalling the plate heat exchanger, the VPC-Bypass, the pressure booster pump Unipump and
the mass flow meter
PROCEDURE
 Deinstall the VPC bypass, the pressure booster pump Unipump and the mass flow meter from the
thermal fluid circuit. Proceed as described in the corresponding operation manuals.
 Deinstall the mass flow meter from the building. Proceed as described in the operation manual of
the mass flow meter.
 Deinstall the plate heat exchanger from the temperature control unit.
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Chapter 3
3 Configuration: Remote operation
3.1 Standard variant (flow rate control)
For temperature control units with a speed-controlled pump.
Schematic representation of variant
Prerequisites:
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Required hardware
Required documentation
Temperature control unit
Operation manual of the temperature control unit
Technical bulletin “Remote control using Pilot ONE”
Connecting cables
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3.1.1 Commissioning
Commission the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Commissioning«). Also follow the technical bulletin “Remote control using Pilot ONE”.
3.1.2 Description of function
In the standard variant, the flow rate is controlled by the speed-controlled pump built into the temperature control unit. The operation of the temperature control unit is controlled via Pilot ONE,
which is a separate unit from the temperature control unit.
3.1.3 Setup mode
Install the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Setup mode«).
INFORMATION.
In Pilot ONE, the flow rate can be controlled by speed control or pressure control. The factory setting of the temperature control unit is: Speed control, 3500 rpm.
The steps below must be performed as well.
3.1.3.1 Speed control
PROCEDURE
Go to the “Categories Menu”.
Tap on the category “System Settings”.
Tap on the category “Pump”.
Tap on the sub-category “Control Mode”.
Tap on the dialog entry “Speed Control”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the menu item “Pump/ RPM”.
Enter the new speed using the number keypad that appears. You can enter a speed of min. 1500
rpm to max. 3500 rpm.
 Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
 Continue with the instructions in the operation manual of the temperature control unit.
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PROCEDURE
Go to the “Categories Menu”.
Tap on the category “System Settings”.
Tap on the category “Pump”.
Tap on the sub-category “Control Mode”.
Tap on the dialog entry “Pressure Control”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the menu item “Pressure (Bypass)”.
Enter the new pump pressure using the number keypad that appears. You can read the current
pump pressure in this view, if you want to control the pump pressure during operation.
 Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
 Continue with the instructions in the operation manual of the temperature control unit.
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Shut down the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Shutting
down«). Also follow the technical bulletin “Remote control using Pilot ONE”.
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MANUAL
Chapter 3
3.2 Variant 1 (flow rate measurement)
For temperature control units with or without a speed-controlled pump.
Schematic representation of variant
Prerequisites:
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Required hardware
Required documentation
Temperature control unit
Operation manual of the temperature control unit
Technical bulletin “Remote control using Pilot ONE”
Com.G@te
Operation manual of the temperature control unit
CAN Switch
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Mass flow meter
Operation manual of the mass flow meter
Connecting cables
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3.2.1 Commissioning
Commission the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Commissioning«). Also follow the operation manual of the mass flow meter and the technical bulletin “Remote control using Pilot ONE”.
The steps below must be performed as well.
3.2.1.1 Installing the mass flow meter
Schematic representation of the temperature
control unit
PROCEDURE
 Install the mass flow meter in the building. Proceed as described in the operation manual of the
mass flow meter.
 Install the mass flow meter in the thermal fluid circuit. Proceed as described in the operation
manual of the mass flow meter. See above figure »Schematic representation of the temperature
control unit«.
3.2.1.2 Connecting connections
PROCEDURE
 Connect the jack >Huber-Unit< on the CAN Switch to the jack >RS232 Serial (with adapter cable)< on the temperature control unit.
 Connect the jack >Pilot ONE< on the CAN Switch to the bottom jack on the Pilot ONE.
 Connect the jack >Com.G@te< on the CAN Switch to the jack on the side of the Com.G@te unit.
 Connect the jack >VPC< on the CAN Switch to the mass flow meter. The mass flow meter receives
its voltage supply via the jack >VPC<.
 Connect the mass flow meter to the jack >AIF Reg-E-Prog< on the Com.G@te unit.
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3.2.2 Description of function
The mass flow meter detects and outputs the flow rate of the thermal fluid. You cannot control the
flow rate in this variant. The operation of the temperature control unit is controlled via Pilot ONE,
which is a separate unit from the temperature control unit.
3.2.3 Setup mode
Install the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Setup mode«).
Also follow the operation manual of the mass flow meter.
The steps below must be performed as well.
3.2.3.1 Mass flow meter
Depending on the mass flow meter used, readings are output as current or voltage. Follow these
steps to calibrate the mass flow meter on the Pilot ONE.
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Go to the “Categories Menu”.
Tap on the category “Interfaces”.
Tap on the category “Analogue Interface”.
Tap on the sub-category “Input”.
Tap on the sub-category “Current/Voltage switch”.
Depending on the mass flow meter used, tap on the entry “Current” or “Voltage”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap the required entry “Trigger an alarm” or “No alarm”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the sub-category “Input Funct./Measuring range”.
Tap on the entry “Thermofluid flow”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the min. value, using the numeric keypad that appears. Refer to the documentation of the
mass flow meter for the min. value.
Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the max. value, using the numeric keypad that appears. Refer to the documentation of the
mass flow meter for the max. value.
Tap on the sub-category “Adjustment”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust current value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust low value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Read the Note and confirm by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the value, using the numeric keypad that appears. The value is displayed on the mass flow
meter.
Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the sub-category “Adjustment”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust current value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust high value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Read the Note and confirm by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the value, using the numeric keypad that appears. The value is displayed on the mass flow
meter.
Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”. The mass flow meter has been calibrated.
Continue with the instructions in the operation manual of the temperature control unit.
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3.2.4 Shutting down
Shut down the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Shutting
down«). Also follow the operation manual of the mass flow meter and the technical bulletin “Remote control using Pilot ONE”.
The steps below must be performed as well.
3.2.4.1 Disconnecting connections
PROCEDURE
 Disconnect the jack >Huber-Unit< on the CAN Switch from the jack >RS232 Serial (with adapter
cable)< on the temperature control unit.
 Disconnect the jack >Pilot ONE< on the CAN Switch from the bottom jack on the Pilot ONE.
 Disconnect the jack >Com.G@te< on the CAN Switch from the jack on the side of the Com.G@te
unit.
 Disconnect the jack >VPC< on the CAN Switch from the mass flow meter.
 Disconnect the mass flow meter from the jack >AIF Reg-E-Prog< on the Com.G@te unit.
3.2.4.2 Deinstalling the mass flow meter
PROCEDURE
 Deinstall the mass flow meter from the thermal fluid circuit. Proceed as described in the operation manual of the mass flow meter.
 Deinstall the mass flow meter from the building. Proceed as described in the operation manual of
the mass flow meter.
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3.3 Variant 2 (flow rate control)
For temperature control units with a speed-controlled pump.
Schematic representation of variant
Prerequisites:
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Required hardware
Required documentation
Temperature control unit
Operation manual of the temperature control unit
Technical bulletin “Remote control using Pilot ONE”
Com.G@te
Operation manual of the temperature control unit
CAN Switch
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Mass flow meter
Operation manual of the mass flow meter
Connecting cables
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3.3.1 Commissioning
Commission the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Commissioning«). Also follow the operation manual of the mass flow meter and the technical bulletin “Remote control using Pilot ONE”.
The steps below must be performed as well.
3.3.1.1 Installing the mass flow meter
Schematic representation of the temperature
control unit
PROCEDURE
 Install the mass flow meter in the building. Proceed as described in the operation manual of the
mass flow meter.
 Install the mass flow meter in the thermal fluid circuit. Proceed as described in the operation
manual of the mass flow meter. See above figure »Schematic representation of the temperature
control unit«.
3.3.1.2 Connecting connections
PROCEDURE
 Connect the jack >Huber-Unit< on the CAN Switch to the jack >RS232 Serial (with adapter cable)< on the temperature control unit.
 Connect the jack >Pilot ONE< on the CAN Switch to the bottom jack on the Pilot ONE.
 Connect the jack >Com.G@te< on the CAN Switch to the jack on the side of the Com.G@te unit.
 Connect the jack >VPC< on the CAN Switch to the mass flow meter. The mass flow meter receives
its voltage supply via the jack >VPC<.
 Connect the mass flow meter to the jack >AIF Reg-E-Prog< on the Com.G@te unit.
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3.3.2 Description of function
The mass flow meter detects the flow rate of the thermal fluid. In this variant, the flow rate is controlled by the speed-controlled pump built into the temperature control unit. The operation of the
temperature control unit is controlled via Pilot ONE, which is a separate unit from the temperature
control unit.
3.3.3 Setup mode
Install the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Setup mode«).
Also follow the operation manual of the mass flow meter.
The steps below must be performed as well.
3.3.3.1 Mass flow meter
Depending on the mass flow meter used, readings are output as current or voltage. Follow these
steps to calibrate the mass flow meter on the Pilot ONE.
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Go to the “Categories Menu”.
Tap on the category “Interfaces”.
Tap on the category “Analogue Interface”.
Tap on the sub-category “Input”.
Tap on the sub-category “Current/Voltage switch”.
Depending on the mass flow meter used, tap on the entry “Current” or “Voltage”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap the required entry “Trigger an alarm” or “No alarm”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the sub-category “Input Funct./Measuring range”.
Tap on the entry “Thermofluid flow”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the min. value, using the numeric keypad that appears. Refer to the documentation of the
mass flow meter for the min. value.
Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the max. value, using the numeric keypad that appears. Refer to the documentation of the
mass flow meter for the max. value.
Tap on the sub-category “Adjustment”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust current value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust low value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Read the Note and confirm by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the value, using the numeric keypad that appears. The value is displayed on the mass flow
meter.
Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the sub-category “Adjustment”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust current value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust high value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Read the Note and confirm by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the value, using the numeric keypad that appears. The value is displayed on the mass flow
meter.
Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”. The mass flow meter has been calibrated.
Continue with the instructions in the operation manual of the temperature control unit.
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3.3.4 Shutting down
Shut down the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Shutting
down«). Also follow the operation manual of the mass flow meter and the technical bulletin “Remote control using Pilot ONE”.
The steps below must be performed as well.
3.3.4.1 Disconnecting connections
PROCEDURE
 Disconnect the jack >Huber-Unit< on the CAN Switch from the jack >RS232 Serial (with adapter
cable)< on the temperature control unit.
 Disconnect the jack >Pilot ONE< on the CAN Switch from the bottom jack on the Pilot ONE.
 Disconnect the jack >Com.G@te< on the CAN Switch from the jack on the side of the Com.G@te
unit.
 Disconnect the jack >VPC< on the CAN Switch from the mass flow meter.
 Disconnect the mass flow meter from the jack >AIF Reg-E-Prog< on the Com.G@te unit.
3.3.4.2 Deinstalling the mass flow meter
PROCEDURE
 Deinstall the mass flow meter from the thermal fluid circuit. Proceed as described in the operation manual of the mass flow meter.
 Deinstall the mass flow meter from the building. Proceed as described in the operation manual of
the mass flow meter.
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3.4 Variant 3 (flow rate control)
For temperature control units with or without a speed-controlled pump.
Schematic representation of variant
Prerequisites:
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Required hardware
Required documentation
Temperature control unit
Operation manual of the temperature control unit
Technical bulletin “Remote control using Pilot ONE”
Com.G@te
Operation manual of the temperature control unit
CAN Switch
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Mass flow meter
Operation manual of the mass flow meter
VPC-Bypass
Installation guide for the VPC-Bypass
Connecting cables
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3.4.1 Commissioning
Commission the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Commissioning«). Also follow the installation guide of the VPC-Bypass, the operation manual of the mass
flow meter and the technical bulletin “Remote control using Pilot ONE”.
The steps below must be performed as well.
3.4.1.1 Installing VPC-Bypass and mass flow meter
Schematic representation of the temperature
control unit
PROCEDURE
 Install the mass flow meter in the building. Proceed as described in the operation manual of the
mass flow meter.
 Install the VPC-Bypass and the mass flow meter in the thermal fluid circuit. Proceed as described
in the corresponding operation manuals. See above figure »Schematic representation of the
temperature control unit«.
3.4.1.2 Connecting connections
PROCEDURE
 Connect the jack >Huber-Unit< on the CAN Switch to the jack >RS232 Serial (with adapter cable)< on the temperature control unit.
 Connect the jack >Pilot ONE< on the CAN Switch to the bottom jack on the Pilot ONE.
 Connect the jack >Com.G@te< on the CAN Switch to the jack on the side of the Com.G@te unit.
 Connect the jack >VPC< on the CAN Switch to the jack >Control cable temperature control unit<
on the VPC-Bypass.
 Connect the jack >Signal external pressure sensor< on the VPC-Bypass to the mass flow meter.
The mass flow meter receives its voltage supply via the jack >Signal external pressure sensor<.
 Connect the mass flow meter to the jack >AIF Reg-E-Prog< on the Com.G@te unit.
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3.4.2 Description of function
The mass flow meter detects the flow rate of the thermal fluid. In this variant, the flow rate is controlled by the VPC-Bypass. The operation of the temperature control unit is controlled via Pilot ONE,
which is a separate unit from the temperature control unit.
3.4.3 Setup mode
Install the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Setup mode«).
Also follow the installation guide of the VPC-Bypass and the operation manual of the mass flow meter.
The steps below must be performed as well.
3.4.3.1 Mass flow meter
Depending on the mass flow meter used, readings are output as current or voltage. Follow these
steps to calibrate the mass flow meter on the Pilot ONE.
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Go to the “Categories Menu”.
Tap on the category “Interfaces”.
Tap on the category “Analogue Interface”.
Tap on the sub-category “Input”.
Tap on the sub-category “Current/Voltage switch”.
Depending on the mass flow meter used, tap on the entry “Current” or “Voltage”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap the required entry “Trigger an alarm” or “No alarm”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the sub-category “Input Funct./Measuring range”.
Tap on the entry “Thermofluid flow”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the min. value, using the numeric keypad that appears. Refer to the documentation of the
mass flow meter for the min. value.
Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the max. value, using the numeric keypad that appears. Refer to the documentation of the
mass flow meter for the max. value.
Tap on the sub-category “Adjustment”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust current value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust low value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Read the Note and confirm by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the value, using the numeric keypad that appears. The value is displayed on the mass flow
meter.
Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the sub-category “Adjustment”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust current value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust high value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Read the Note and confirm by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the value, using the numeric keypad that appears. The value is displayed on the mass flow
meter.
Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”. The mass flow meter has been calibrated.
Continue with the instructions in the operation manual of the temperature control unit.
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3.4.3.2 VPC-Bypass
Adjust the Required Setting when using VPC-Bypass in Pilot ONE. See the operation manual of the
temperature control unit in section »Sub-category fluid properties«.
3.4.4 Shutting down
Shut down the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Shutting
down«). Also follow the installation guide of the VPC-Bypass, the operation manual of the mass flow
meter and the technical bulletin “Remote control using Pilot ONE”.
The steps below must be performed as well.
3.4.4.1 Disconnecting connections
PROCEDURE
 Disconnect the jack >Huber-Unit< on the CAN Switch from the jack >RS232 Serial (with adapter
cable)< on the temperature control unit.
 Disconnect the jack >Pilot ONE< on the CAN Switch from the bottom jack on the Pilot ONE.
 Disconnect the jack >Com.G@te< on the CAN Switch from the bottom jack on the Com.G@te
unit.
 Disconnect the jack >VPC< on the CAN Switch from the jack >Control cable temperature control
unit< on the VPC-Bypass.
 Disonnect the jack >Signal external pressure sensor< on the VPC-Bypass from the mass flow meter.
 Disconnect the mass flow meter from the jack >AIF Reg-E-Prog< on the Com.G@te unit.
3.4.4.2 Deinstalling VPC-Bypass and mass flow meter
PROCEDURE
 Deinstall the VPC-Bypass and the mass flow meter from the thermal fluid circuit. Proceed as described in the corresponding operation manuals.
 Deinstall the mass flow meter from the building. Proceed as described in the operation manual of
the mass flow meter.
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3.5 Variant 4 (flow rate control)
For temperature control units with or without a speed-controlled pump.
Schematic representation of variant
Prerequisites:
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Required hardware
Required documentation
Temperature control unit
Operation manual of the temperature control unit
Technical bulletin “Remote control using Pilot ONE”
Com.G@te
Operation manual of the temperature control unit
CAN Switch
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Mass flow meter
Operation manual of the mass flow meter
VPC-Bypass
Installation guide for the VPC-Bypass
Pressure booster pump Unipump
Installation guide of the pressure booster pump
Connecting cables
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3.5.1 Commissioning
Commission the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Commissioning«). Also follow the installation guide of the VPC-Bypass and the pressure booster pump
Unipump and the operation manual of the mass flow meter and the technical bulletin “Remote control using Pilot ONE”.
The steps below must be performed as well.
3.5.1.1 Installing the VPC-Bypass, the pressure booster pump Unipump and the mass flow meter
Schematic representation of the temperature
control unit
PROCEDURE
 Install the mass flow meter in the building. Proceed as described in the operation manual of the
mass flow meter.
 Install the VPC bypass, the pressure booster pump Unipump and the mass flow meter in the
thermal fluid circuit. Proceed as described in the corresponding operation manuals. See above
figure »Schematic representation of the temperature control unit«.
3.5.1.2 Connecting connections
PROCEDURE
 Connect the jack >Huber-Unit< on the CAN Switch to the jack >RS232 Serial (with adapter cable)< on the temperature control unit.
 Connect the jack >Pilot ONE< on the CAN Switch to the bottom jack on the Pilot ONE.
 Connect the jack >Com.G@te< on the CAN Switch to the jack on the side of the Com.G@te unit.
 Connect the jack >VPC< on the CAN Switch to the jack >Control cable temperature control unit<
on the VPC-Bypass.
 Connect the jack >Signal external pressure sensor< on the VPC-Bypass to the mass flow meter.
The mass flow meter receives its voltage supply via the jack >Signal external pressure sensor<.
 Connect the mass flow meter to the jack >AIF Reg-E-Prog< on the Com.G@te unit.
 Connect the jack >External control signal< to the pressure booster pump Unipump using the plug
>POKO (floating contact) alarm< on the Com.G@te.
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3.5.2 Description of function
The mass flow meter detects the flow rate of the thermal fluid. In this variant, the flow rate is controlled by the VPC-Bypass. The thermal fluid is circulated when the pressure booster pump Unipump
is installed in the thermal fluid circuit of the external application. The operation of the temperature
control unit is controlled via Pilot ONE, which is a separate unit from the temperature control unit.
3.5.3 Setup mode
Install the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Setup mode«).
Also follow the installation guide of the VPC-Bypass and the pressure booster pump Unipump and
the operation manual of the mass flow meter.
The steps below must be performed as well.
3.5.3.1 Mass flow meter
Depending on the mass flow meter used, readings are output as current or voltage. Follow these
steps to calibrate the mass flow meter on the Pilot ONE.
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Go to the “Categories Menu”.
Tap on the category “Interfaces”.
Tap on the category “Analogue Interface”.
Tap on the sub-category “Input”.
Tap on the sub-category “Current/Voltage switch”.
Depending on the mass flow meter used, tap on the entry “Current” or “Voltage”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap the required entry “Trigger an alarm” or “No alarm”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the sub-category “Input Funct./Measuring range”.
Tap on the entry “Thermofluid flow”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the min. value, using the numeric keypad that appears. Refer to the documentation of the
mass flow meter for the min. value.
Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the max. value, using the numeric keypad that appears. Refer to the documentation of the
mass flow meter for the max. value.
Tap on the sub-category “Adjustment”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust current value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust low value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Read the Note and confirm by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the value, using the numeric keypad that appears. The value is displayed on the mass flow
meter.
Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the sub-category “Adjustment”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust current value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust high value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Read the Note and confirm by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the value, using the numeric keypad that appears. The value is displayed on the mass flow
meter.
Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”. The mass flow meter has been calibrated.
Continue with the instructions in the operation manual of the temperature control unit.
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3.5.3.2 VPC-Bypass
Adjust the Required Setting when using VPC-Bypass in Pilot ONE. See the operation manual of the
temperature control unit in section »Sub-category fluid properties«.
3.5.3.3 Pressure booster pump Unipump
Adjust the interfaces when using the pressure booster pump Unipump in Pilot ONE. See the operation manual of the temperature control unit in section »Connector POKO (floating contact) alarm«.
3.5.4 Shutting down
Shut down the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Shutting
down«). Also follow the installation guide of the VPC-Bypass and the pressure booster pump
Unipump and the operation manual of the mass flow meter and the technical bulletin “Remote control using Pilot ONE”.
The steps below must be performed as well.
3.5.4.1 Disconnecting connections
PROCEDURE
 Disconnect the jack >Huber-Unit< on the CAN Switch from the jack >RS232 Serial (with adapter
cable)< on the temperature control unit.
 Disconnect the jack >Pilot ONE< on the CAN Switch from the bottom jack on the Pilot ONE.
 Disconnect the jack >Com.G@te< on the CAN Switch from the jack on the side of the Com.G@te
unit.
 Disconnect the jack >VPC< on the CAN Switch from the jack >Control cable temperature control
unit< on the VPC-Bypass.
 Disonnect the jack >Signal external pressure sensor< on the VPC-Bypass from the mass flow meter.
 Disconnect the mass flow meter from the jack >AIF Reg-E-Prog< on the Com.G@te unit.
 Disconnect the jack >External control signal< to the pressure booster pump Unipump from the
plug >POKO (floating contact) alarm< on the Com.G@te.
3.5.4.2 Deinstalling the VPC-Bypass, the pressure booster pump Unipump and the mass flow meter
PROCEDURE
 Deinstall the VPC bypass, the pressure booster pump Unipump and the mass flow meter from the
thermal fluid circuit. Proceed as described in the corresponding operation manuals.
 Deinstall the mass flow meter from the building. Proceed as described in the operation manual of
the mass flow meter.
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3.6 Variant 5 (flow rate control)
For temperature control units with or without a speed-controlled pump.
Schematic representation of variant
Prerequisites:
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Required hardware
Required documentation
Temperature control unit
Operation manual of the temperature control unit
Technical bulletin “Remote control using Pilot ONE”
Com.G@te
Operation manual of the temperature control unit
CAN Switch
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Mass flow meter
Operation manual of the mass flow meter
VPC-Bypass
Installation guide for the VPC-Bypass
Pressure booster pump Unipump
Installation guide of the pressure booster pump
Plate heat exchanger
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Connecting cables
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3.6.1 Commissioning
Commission the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Commissioning«). Also follow the installation guide of the VPC-Bypass and the pressure booster pump
Unipump and the operation manual of the mass flow meter and the technical bulletin “Remote control using Pilot ONE”.
The steps below must be performed as well.
3.6.1.1 Installing the plate heat exchanger, the VPC-Bypass, the pressure booster pump Unipump and the
mass flow meter
Schematic representation of the temperature
control unit
PROCEDURE
 Install the plate heat exchanger in the temperature control unit.
 Install the mass flow meter in the building. Proceed as described in the operation manual of the
mass flow meter.
 Install the VPC bypass, the pressure booster pump Unipump and the mass flow meter in the
thermal fluid circuit. Proceed as described in the corresponding operation manuals. See above
figure »Schematic representation of the temperature control unit«.
3.6.1.2 Connecting connections
PROCEDURE
 Connect the jack >Huber-Unit< on the CAN Switch to the jack >RS232 Serial (with adapter cable)< on the temperature control unit.
 Connect the jack >Pilot ONE< on the CAN Switch to the bottom jack on the Pilot ONE.
 Connect the jack >Com.G@te< on the CAN Switch to the jack on the side of the Com.G@te unit.
 Connect the jack >VPC< on the CAN Switch to the jack >Control cable temperature control unit<
on the VPC-Bypass.
 Connect the jack >Signal external pressure sensor< on the VPC-Bypass to the mass flow meter.
The mass flow meter receives its voltage supply via the jack >Signal external pressure sensor<.
 Connect the mass flow meter to the jack >AIF Reg-E-Prog< on the Com.G@te unit.
 Connect the jack >External control signal< to the pressure booster pump Unipump using the plug
>POKO (floating contact) alarm< on the Com.G@te.
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3.6.2 Description of function
The mass flow meter detects the flow rate of the thermal fluid. In this variant, the flow rate is controlled by the VPC-Bypass. A plate heat exchanger separates the thermal fluid circuit of the external
application in the temperature control unit. The thermal fluid is circulated when the pressure booster pump Unipump is installed in the thermal fluid circuit of the external application. The operation
of the temperature control unit is controlled via Pilot ONE, which is a separate unit from the temperature control unit.
3.6.3 Setup mode
Install the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Setup mode«).
Also follow the installation guide of the VPC-Bypass and the pressure booster pump Unipump and
the operation manual of the mass flow meter.
The steps below must be performed as well.
3.6.3.1 Mass flow meter
Depending on the mass flow meter used, readings are output as current or voltage. Follow these
steps to calibrate the mass flow meter on the Pilot ONE.
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Go to the “Categories Menu”.
Tap on the category “Interfaces”.
Tap on the category “Analogue Interface”.
Tap on the sub-category “Input”.
Tap on the sub-category “Current/Voltage switch”.
Depending on the mass flow meter used, tap on the entry “Current” or “Voltage”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap the required entry “Trigger an alarm” or “No alarm”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the sub-category “Input Funct./Measuring range”.
Tap on the entry “Thermofluid flow”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the min. value, using the numeric keypad that appears. Refer to the documentation of the
mass flow meter for the min. value.
Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the max. value, using the numeric keypad that appears. Refer to the documentation of the
mass flow meter for the max. value.
Tap on the sub-category “Adjustment”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust current value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust low value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Read the Note and confirm by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the value, using the numeric keypad that appears. The value is displayed on the mass flow
meter.
Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the sub-category “Adjustment”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust current value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the entry “Adjust high value”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Read the Note and confirm by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the value, using the numeric keypad that appears. The value is displayed on the mass flow
meter.
Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”. The mass flow meter has been calibrated.
Continue with the instructions in the operation manual of the temperature control unit.
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3.6.3.2 VPC-Bypass
Adjust the Required Setting when using VPC-Bypass in Pilot ONE. See the operation manual of the
temperature control unit in section »Sub-category fluid properties«.
3.6.3.3 Pressure booster pump Unipump
Adjust the interfaces when using the pressure booster pump Unipump in Pilot ONE. See the operation manual of the temperature control unit in section »Connector POKO (floating contact) alarm«.
3.6.4 Shutting down
Shut down the temperature control unit as described in the operation manual (Section »Shutting
down«). Also follow the installation guide of the VPC-Bypass and the pressure booster pump
Unipump and the operation manual of the mass flow meter and the technical bulletin “Remote control using Pilot ONE”.
The steps below must be performed as well.
3.6.4.1 Disconnecting connections
PROCEDURE
 Disconnect the jack >Huber-Unit< on the CAN Switch from the jack >RS232 Serial (with adapter
cable)< on the temperature control unit.
 Disconnect the jack >Pilot ONE< on the CAN Switch from the bottom jack on the Pilot ONE.
 Disconnect the jack >Com.G@te< on the CAN Switch from the jack on the side of the Com.G@te
unit.
 Disconnect the jack >VPC< on the CAN Switch from the jack >Control cable temperature control
unit< on the VPC-Bypass.
 Disonnect the jack >Signal external pressure sensor< on the VPC-Bypass from the mass flow meter.
 Disconnect the mass flow meter from the jack >AIF Reg-E-Prog< on the Com.G@te unit.
 Disconnect the jack >External control signal< to the pressure booster pump Unipump from the
plug >POKO (floating contact) alarm< on the Com.G@te.
3.6.4.2 Deinstalling the plate heat exchanger, the VPC-Bypass, the pressure booster pump Unipump and
the mass flow meter
PROCEDURE
 Deinstall the VPC bypass, the pressure booster pump Unipump and the mass flow meter from the
thermal fluid circuit. Proceed as described in the corresponding operation manuals.
 Deinstall the mass flow meter from the building. Proceed as described in the operation manual of
the mass flow meter.
 Deinstall the plate heat exchanger from the temperature control unit.
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Errors and omissions excepted.
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