HMI Gas 310/610 ECO PRO

HMI Gas 310/610 ECO PRO
Great Britain
EN
Control panel
HMI Gas 310/610 ECO PRO
Installation, User
and Service
Manual
125482-04
Contents
1
Introduction ................................................................................................4
1.1
Symbols used .......................................................4
1.2
Abbreviations ........................................................4
1.3
Liabilities ...............................................................4
1.3.1
1.3.2
1.3.3
2
3
Safety instructions and recommendations ..............................................6
2.1
Safety instructions ...............................................6
2.2
Recommendations ................................................6
Technical description ................................................................................7
3.1
Control panel .........................................................7
3.1.1
3.1.2
4
Control panel assembly .......................................9
Commissioning ........................................................................................10
5.1
Switch on the instrument panel ........................10
5.2
Reading out measured values ...........................11
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.2.3
5.3
Reading the various current values .......................11
Readout from the hour counter and percentage of
successful starts ....................................................12
Status and sub-status ...........................................12
Changing the settings ........................................13
5.3.1
5.3.2
5.3.3
5.3.4
5.3.5
5.3.6
5.3.7
1
Functions of the keys ..............................................7
Meaning of the symbols on the display ...................8
Installation ..................................................................................................9
4.1
5
Manufacturer’s liability .............................................4
Installer’s liability .....................................................5
User’s liability ..........................................................5
Parameter descriptions .........................................13
Modification of the user-level parameters .............18
Modification of the installer-level parameters ........18
Setting the maximum heat input for central heating
operation ...............................................................19
Return to the factory settings ................................20
Carrying out an auto-detect ...................................20
Setting the manual mode ......................................21
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Troubleshooting .......................................................................................22
6.1
Shutdowns and lock-outs ..................................22
6.1.1
6.1.2
6.1.3
6.2
Error memory ......................................................27
6.2.1
6.2.2
2
General .................................................................22
Blocking .................................................................22
Lock out .................................................................24
Error readout memorised ......................................28
Deletion of the error display ..................................29
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1. Introduction
HMI Gas 310/610 ECO PRO
1
Introduction
1.1
Symbols used
In these instructions, various danger levels are employed to draw the
user’s attention to particular information. In so doing, we wish to
safeguard the user’s safety, obviate hazards and guarantee correct
operation of the appliance.
DANGER
Risk of a dangerous situation causing serious physical
injury.
WARNING
Risk of a dangerous situation causing slight physical
injury.
CAUTION
Risk of material damage.
Signals important information.
¼Signals a referral to other instructions or other pages in the
instructions.
1.2
Abbreviations
4 PCU: Primary Control Unit - PCB for managing burner operation
4 PSU: Parameter Storage Unit - Parameter storage for PCBs
PCU and SU
4 SCU: Secondary Control Unit - Extended control PCB
4 SU: Safety Unit - Safety PCB
4 Central heating: Central heating
1.3
Liabilities
1.3.1.
Manufacturer’s liability
Our products are manufactured in compliance with the requirements
of the various applicable European Directives. They are therefore
delivered with [ marking and all relevant documentation.
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1. Introduction
In the interest of customers, we are continuously endeavouring to
make improvements in product quality. All the specifications stated in
this document are therefore subject to change without notice.
Our liability as the manufacturer may not be invoked in the following
cases:
4 Failure to abide by the instructions on using the appliance.
4 Faulty or insufficient maintenance of the appliance.
4 Failure to abide by the instructions on installing the appliance.
1.3.2.
Installer’s liability
The installer is responsible for the installation and inital start up of the
appliance. The installer must respect the following instructions:
4 Read and follow the instructions given in the manuals provided
with the appliance.
4 Carry out installation in compliance with the prevailing legislation
and standards.
4 Perform the initial start up and carry out any checks necessary.
4 Explain the installation to the user.
4 If a maintenance is necessary, warn the user of the obligation to
check the appliance and maintain it in good working order.
4 Give all the instruction manuals to the user.
1.3.3.
User’s liability
To guarantee optimum operation of the appliance, the user must
respect the following instructions:
4 Read and follow the instructions given in the manuals provided
with the appliance.
4 Call on qualified professionals to carry out installation and initial
start up.
4 Get your installer to explain your installation to you.
4 Have the required checks and services done by a qualified
professional.
4 Keep the instruction manuals in good condition close to the
appliance.
This appliance is not intended to be used by persons (including
children) whose physcial, sensory or mental capacity is impaired or
persons with no experience or knowledge, unless they have the
benefit, through the intermediary of a person responsible for their
safety, of supervision or prior instructions regarding use of the
appliance. Care should be taken to ensure that children do not play
with the appliance.
If the mains lead is damaged it must be replaced by the original
manufacturer, the manufacturer’s dealer or another suitably skilled
person to prevent hazardous situations.
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2. Safety instructions and recommendations
2
Safety instructions and
recommendations
2.1
Safety instructions
Strictly follow the safety instructions given.
WARNING
4
This equipment operates using electricity.
4
Disconnect the equipment from the power supply
before making electrical connections.
Only qualified professionals are authorised to work
on the appliance and the installation.
Only the manufacturer is authorised to carry out
repairs.
4
4
2.2
Recommendations
Only qualified professionals are authorised to work on the appliance
and the installation.
4
4
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Store this document in the document wallet on the
inside of the boiler casing.
Keep the appliance accessible at all times.
Never remove or cover labels and rating plates affixed
to the appliance.
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3. Technical description
3
Technical description
3.1
Control panel
For operation of the boiler Gas 610 ECO PRO:
Each module has its own instrument panel.
3.1.1.
1
St
8
ºCºFh
barPsi
rpm
kWµA
ºC
± 30l/min
2
3
6
4
5
9
7
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Functions of the keys
1
Display
2
> [Escape] or J key
3
D Heating temperature key or [-]
4
[+] key
5
S [Enter] or cancel d Key lock-out
6
B [Chimney-sweeping] keys
(press the 2 and 3 keys simultaneously)
7
f [Menu] keys
(press the 4 and 5 keys simultaneously)
8
On/Off switch
9
PC connection
The display has several positions and symbols and provides
information on the operating condition of the boiler and any possible
failures. A service message may also appear in the display. Numbers,
dots and/or letters may be displayed. The symbols located above the
function keys indicate their current function.
4 The display content can be changed using parameter p4.
4 The brightness of the display lighting can be changed using
parameter p5.
Key lock-out is activated by setting parameter p4 to 3. If no key is
pressed for 3 minutes, the display lighting switches off and only the
current water pressure, the J key and the d symbol are
displayed (Water pressure: Only with the hydraulic pressure sensor
connected). Press the S key for about 2 seconds to reactivate the
display and other keys. The d symbol disappears from the display.
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3.1.2.
Meaning of the symbols on the display
/
On/Off switch (0/1):
After 5 lock-outs, the boiler must be switched off/on again.
Chimney-sweeping position:
B Forced full or part load for CO measurement.
2
b
Circulation pump:
The pump operates.
User menu:
Parameters at user level can be changed.
D
Central heating function:
Access to central heating temperature parameter.
Heating programme deactivated:
The heating function is deactivated.
d
Locking the keys:
Key lock-out is activated.
Q
W
C
E
?
Information menu:
Reading the various current values.
Manual mode:
Boiler is set to manual operation.
Service menu:
Parameters at installer level can be changed.
Defect:
c Boiler indicates a fault. This can be seen from the e
code and red display.
I
Burner level:
Output level .
Outside sensor:
Z (Only if an outside temperature sensor is connected =
Accessory).
g
K
e
Yellow display with the symbols:
$ + K + Z (Maintenance message).
Water pressure:
The water pressure is too low.
(Only with the hydraulic pressure sensor connected)
]
Antifreeze protection:
Boiler is running in frost protection mode.
\
Hour counter menu:
Readout of the operating hours, number of successful
starts and hours on mains supply.
[
Signal strength symbol:
Signal strength of the wireless controller (if connected).
Battery symbol:
Status of battery of wireless controller (if connected).
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4. Installation
4
Installation
4.1
Control panel assembly
HMI Gas 310/610 ECO PRO
The instrument panel HMI GAS 310/610 ECO PRO is standard fitted
in the Gas 310/610 ECO PRO boiler.
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5
Commissioning
5.1
Switch on the instrument panel
For operation of the boiler Gas 610 ECO PRO:
The features and instructions described are for each boiler
module.
The instrument panel HMI GAS 310/610 ECO PRO is ready for use,
as soon as the power to the boiler is switched on.
1. Open the gas valve on the boiler.
2. Turn on the boiler using the on/off switch.
3. Set the controls (thermostats, control system) so that they request
heat.
4. The start-up cycle begins and cannot be interrupted. During the
start-up cycle, the display shows the following information:
A short test where all segments of the display are visible.
fK[xx: Software version
pK[xx: Parameter version
The version numbers are displayed alternately.
By pressing the S key for a short time, the current operating status
is shown on the display:
Heat demand
Heat demand stopped
1: Fan ON
5: Burner stop
": Boiler is igniting 6: Post-circulation of the pump
3: Heating System 0: Standby
In STAND-BY, the display normally shows the water pressure next to
0 (only when the hydraulic pressure sensor is connected) and the
symbols D and H.
Error during the start-up procedure:
4 No information is shown on the display:
- Check the mains supply voltage
- Check the main fuses
- Check the connection of the mains lead to the connector in the
instrument box (Check the fuse F2 = 10 AT)
- Check the fuses on the control panel:
(F1 = 2 AT)
4 A fault is indicated on the display by the fault symbol c and a
flashing fault code.
- The meaning of the error codes is given in the error table.
- Press for 2 seconds on key J to restart the boiler.
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5.2
Reading out measured values
For operation of the boiler Gas 610 ECO PRO:
The features and instructions described are for each boiler
module.
5.2.1.
Reading the various current values
The following current values can be read off the information menu
Q:
4 5t = State.
4 5v = Sub-status.
4 t1 = Flow temperature (°C).
4 t" = Return temperature (°C).
4 t4 = Outside temperature (°C)
Only with an outside temperature sensor (Accessory).
4 t6 = Exchanger temperature (°C).
4 5p = Internal set point (°C).
4 fl = Ionization current (µA).
4x
4 Mf = Fan speed (rpm).
4 pr = Water pressure (bar (MPa)).
Only with the hydraulic pressure sensor connected (Accessory).
4 p; = Supplied relative heat output (%).
4 51 = Pressure switch minimum Gps (Kz = Not connected /
K1 = Gas pressure OK / K" = Gas pressure incorrect)
Only with connected minimum gas pressure switch (Accessory)
4 5" = Gas valve leak proving system Vps (Kz = Not
connected / K1 = No gas leak / K" = Gas leak present)
Only with connected gas leakage control (Accessory).
4 V1 = Analogue input (V).
4 V" = Analogue output (V).
The current values can be read as follows:
1. Press the two f keys simultaneously. The symbol Q flashes.
2. Confirm using key S. 5t is displayed, alternating with the
current status 3 (for example).
3. Press the [+] key. 5v is displayed, alternating with the current
sub-status 30 (for example).
4. Press the [+] key. t1 is displayed, alternating with the current
flow temperature 60°C (for example).
5. Press the [+] key successively to scroll down the various
parameters
6. Press the [+] key. The readout cycle starts again with 5t.
2x
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7. Press the > key 2 times to return to the current operating
mode.
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5.2.2.
Readout from the hour counter and
percentage of successful starts
1. Press the two keys f simultaneously and then key [+] until the
symbol \ flashes on the menu bar.
2. Press the S key. hr and the number of hours of boiler
operation 3600 (for example) are displayed alternately.
5x
3. Press the [+] key. The display shows D. hr is displayed,
alternating with the number of operating hours in central heating
operation 560 (for example).
4. Press the [+] key. The display shows @. 5Z is displayed,
alternating with the percentage of successful starts 92 % (for
example).
5. Press the > key 2 times to return to the current operating
mode.
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5.2.3.
Status and sub-status
The information menu Q gives the following status and sub-status
numbers:
State 5t
0 Rest
1 Boiler start (Heat demand)
Sub-status 5v
0 Rest
1 Anti-hunting
2 Open hydraulic valve
3 Start pump
4 Wait for the correct temperatures for burner start
10 Open external gas valve
11 Fan ON
12 Open flue gas damper
13 Pre-ventilation
14 Wait for release signal
2 Burner start
15 Burner on
16 Gas valve leak proving system VPS
17 Pre-ignition
18 Main ignition
19 Flame detection
"0 Intermediate ventilation
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State 5t
HMI Gas 310/610 ECO PRO
Sub-status 5v
30 Temperature control
31 Limited temperature control (ΔT safety)
32 Output control
33 Increase protection level 1 (Modulate down)
3 Burner for central heating operation 34 Increase protection level 2 (Part load)
35 Increase protection level 3 (Blockage)
36 Modulate up for flame control
37 Temperature stabilisation time
38 Cold start
40 Burner off
41 Post ventilation
42 Fan OFF
43 Close flue gas damper
5 Burner stop
44 Stop fan
45 Close external gas valve
6 Boiler stop (End of heat demand)
62 Close hydraulic valve
63 Start anti-hunting
0 Wait for burner start
1 Anti-hunting
8 Control stop
xx Shutdown code xx
9 Blocking
5.3
60 Pump post circulation
61 Pump off
Changing the settings
The boiler control panel is set for the most common heating
systems. With these settings, practically all heating systems operate
correctly. The user or installer can optimise the parameters according
to own preferences.
For the settings of the Gas 610 ECO PRO boiler:
The parameters and settings described are for each boiler
module. Each parameter changing must therefore be done
identical on each module.
5.3.1.
Parameter descriptions
n Boiler type Gas 310 ECO PRO
Factory setting
Parameter
Description
Adjustment range
Gas 310 ECO PRO
285 355 430 500 575 650
Flow temperature: TSET
20 to 90 °C
80
p2
Post-circulation of the pump
1 to 98 minutes
99 minutes = continuous
5
p3
Boiler regulation
0 = Heating deactivated
1 = Heating activated
1
p1
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Factory setting
Parameter
Description
Adjustment range
Gas 310 ECO PRO
285 355 430 500 575 650
p4
Display screen
0 = Simple
1 = Comprehensive
2 = Automatic switching to simple after 3
minutes
3 = Automatic switching to simple after 3
minutes; Key blocking is active
p5
Brightness of display lighting
0 = Dimmed
1 = Bright
p17
Maximum fan speed
G20 (Gas H)
(x100 rpm)
52
55
35
38
43
41
p18
Minimum fan speed
G20 (Gas H)
(x100 rpm)
14
15
9
10
11
10
p19
offset Minimum fan speed
Do not modify
(x1 rpm)
0
50
50
50
0
50
p20
Start speed
Do not modify
(x100 rpm)
25
25
13
14
14
14
p21
Maximum flow temperature of
0 to 90 °C
system
90
p22
Heat curve set point
(Maximum outside
temperature)
Only with an outside
temperature sensor
(Accessory)
0 to 30 °C
20
p23
Heat curve set point
(Flow temperature)
Only with an outside
temperature sensor
(Accessory)
0 to 90 °C
20
p24
Heat curve set point
(Minimum outside
temperature)
Only with an outside
temperature sensor
(Accessory)
-30 to 0 °C
-15
p25
Antifreeze temperature
Only with an outside
temperature sensor
(Accessory)
from - 30 to 0°C
- 10
p26
Fault relay function X4
(If connected)
0 = Operation signal
1 = Alarm signal
0
p27
Fault relay function X5
(If connected)
0 = Operation signal
1 = Alarm signal
1
p28
Minimum water pressure Wps
Only with the hydraulic
0 - 7 bar (MPa) (x 0.1bar (MPa))
pressure sensor connected
0 = Not connected
(Accessory)
0
p29
Minimum gas pressure check
0 = Not connected
Gps
1 = Connected
(Accessory)
0
p30
Hydraulic valve running time
HdV
(If connected)
0 to 255 seconds
0
p31
Flue gas damper running
time FgV
If connected
0 to 255 seconds
0
p32
Release waiting time
0 to 255 seconds
0
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Factory setting
Parameter
Description
Adjustment range
Gas 310 ECO PRO
285 355 430 500 575 650
p33
Gas valve leak proving
system VPS
(Accessory)
0 = Not connected
1 = Connected
0
p34
Mains detection phase
0 = Off
1 = On
1
p35
Shutdown input function
1 = Shutdown without frost-protection
2 = Shutdown with frost protection
3 = Lock-out with frost protection (Pump only)
1
p36
From Analogue output (0 10V)
SCU-S05 control PCB
0 = 0-10 V Wilo control PCB
1 = 0-10 V Grundfos control PCB
2 = PWM pump
3 = Heat output feedback
4 = Temperature feedback
0
p37
0 = OpenTherm regulator
From Analogue input (0-10V)
1 = Analogue temperature-based control (°C)
SCU-S05 control PCB
2 = Analogue heat output-based control (%)
1
p38
Average flow temperature
factor
6
p39
Display units
0 = °C / bar
1 = F / PSI
0
p40
Maintenance message
0 = Service messages off
1 = Service messages on
2 = Customized service message
0
p41
Service operating hours
( x 100)
Do not modify
175
p42
Service burning hours
( x 100)
Do not modify
30
p43
Setting the pump speed
(Minimum pump speed for
central heating operation)
2 - 10 (x 10%)
2
p44
Setting the pump speed
(Maximum pump speed for
central heating operation)
6 - 10 (x 10%)
10
p45
ΔT Modulate down
10 to 30 °C
25
Zd
0 = No detection
Detection of connected SCUs
1 = Detection
df and dV Factory setting
15
Do not modify
To restore the factory settings or when
replacing the main PCB, enter the values dF
and dU from the type plate in parameters
df and dV
0
X
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n Boiler type Gas 610 ECO PRO
Factory setting
Parameter
Description
Adjustment range
Gas 610 ECO PRO
570 710 860 1000 1150 1300
p1
Flow temperature: TSET
p2
1 to 98 minutes
Post-circulation of the pump
99 minutes = continuous
p3
Boiler regulation
0 = Heating deactivated
1 = Heating activated
1
p4
Display screen
0 = Simple
1 = Comprehensive
2 = Automatic switching to simple after 3
minutes
3 = Automatic switching to simple after 3
minutes; Key blocking is active
2
p5
Brightness of display lighting
0 = Dimmed
1 = Bright
1
p17
Maximum fan speed
G20 (Gas H)
(x100 rpm)
52
55
35
38
43
41
p18
Minimum fan speed
G20 (Gas H)
(x100 rpm)
19
18
13
12
14
13
p19
offset Minimum fan speed
Do not modify
(x1 rpm)
0
50
0
50
0
50
p20
Start speed
Do not modify
(x100 rpm)
25
25
14
14
15
16
p21
Maximum flow temperature
of system
0 to 90 °C
90
p22
Heat curve set point
(Maximum outside
temperature)
Only with an outside
temperature sensor
(Accessory)
0 to 30 °C
20
p23
Heat curve set point
(Flow temperature)
Only with an outside
temperature sensor
(Accessory)
0 to 90 °C
20
p24
Heat curve set point
(Minimum outside
temperature)
Only with an outside
temperature sensor
(Accessory)
-30 to 0 °C
-15
p25
Antifreeze temperature
Only with an outside
temperature sensor
(Accessory)
from - 30 to 0°C
- 10
p26
Fault relay function X4
(If connected)
0 = Operation signal
1 = Alarm signal
0
p27
Fault relay function X5
(If connected)
0 = Operation signal
1 = Alarm signal
1
p28
Minimum water pressure
Wps
Only with the hydraulic
pressure sensor connected
(Accessory)
0 - 7 bar (MPa) (x 0.1bar (MPa))
0 = Not connected
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Factory setting
Parameter
Description
Adjustment range
Gas 610 ECO PRO
570 710 860 1000 1150 1300
p29
Minimum gas pressure
check Gps
(Accessory)
0 = Not connected
1 = Connected
0
p30
Hydraulic valve running
time HdV
(If connected)
0 to 255 seconds
0
p31
Flue gas damper running
time FgV
If connected
0 to 255 seconds
0
p32
Release waiting time
0 to 255 seconds
0
p33
Gas valve leak proving
system VPS
(Accessory)
0 = Not connected
1 = Connected
0
p34
Mains detection phase
0 = Off
1 = On
1
p35
Shutdown input function
1 = Shutdown without frost-protection
2 = Shutdown with frost protection
3 = Lock-out with frost protection (Pump
only)
1
p36
From Analogue output (0 10V)
SCU-S05 control PCB
0 = 0-10 V Wilo control PCB
1 = 0-10 V Grundfos control PCB
2 = PWM pump
3 = Heat output feedback
4 = Temperature feedback
0
p37
From Analogue input
(0-10V)
SCU-S05 control PCB
0 = OpenTherm regulator
1 = Analogue temperature-based control
(°C)
2 = Analogue heat output-based control (%)
1
p38
Average flow temperature
factor
p39
Display units
0 = °C / bar
1 = F / PSI
0
p40
Maintenance message
0 = Service messages off
1 = Service messages on
2 = Customized service message
0
p41
Service operating hours
( x 100)
Do not modify
175
p42
Service burning hours
( x 100)
Do not modify
30
p43
Setting the pump speed
(Minimum pump speed for
central heating operation)
2 - 10 (x 10%)
2
p44
Setting the pump speed
(Maximum pump speed for
central heating operation)
6 - 10 (x 10%)
10
p45
ΔT Modulate down
10 to 30 °C
25
Detection of connected
SCUs
0 = No detection
1 = Detection
0
Zd
df and dV Factory setting
17
Do not modify
To restore the factory settings or when
replacing the main PCB, enter the values
dF and dU from the type plate in parameters
df and dV
6
X
Y
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5.3.2.
Modification of the user-level parameters
Parameters p1 to p5 can be changed by the user.
CAUTION
1x
Modification of the factory settings may be detrimental to
the functioning of the appliance.
1. Press the two keys f simultaneously and then key [+] until the
symbol W flashes on the menu bar.
2. Select the users menu using the key S. p[1 is displayed with
1 flashing.
3. Press the S key a second time. The value 80°C appears and
2x
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flashes (for example).
4. Change the value by pressing the [-] or [+] key. In this example
using key [-] to 60°C.
5. Confirm the value with the S key. p[1 is displayed with 1
flashing.
6. Press the > key 2 times to return to the current operating
mode.
The parameters p2 to p5 are changed in the same way
as p1. After step 2, use the [+] key to move to the
required parameter.
5.3.3.
Modification of the installer-level
parameters
Parameters p17 to df must only be modified by a qualified
professional. To prevent unwanted settings, some parameter settings
can only be changed after the special access code 0012 is
entered.
3x
CAUTION
Modification of the factory settings may be detrimental to
the functioning of the appliance.
1. Press the two keys f simultaneously and then key [+] until the
symbol ? flashes on the menu bar.
2. Select the fitter menu using the  key. c0de appears on the
display.
3. Use keys [-] or [+] to input the installer code 0012.
4. Confirm using key S. p[1 is displayed with 1 flashing.
5. Press the S key a second time. The value 80°C appears and
flashes (for example).
6. Change the value by pressing the [-] or [+] key. In this example
using key [-] to 60°C.
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flashing.
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8. If necessary, set other parameters by selecting them using the
[-] or [+] keys.
9. Press the > key 2 times to return to the current operating
mode.
The boiler also returns to operating status if no keys are
pressed for 3 minutes.
5.3.4.
Setting the maximum heat input for central
heating operation
Type Gas 310- ECO PRO 575
700
M
539
500
F
Q
M
Maximum heat input (natural gas)
F
Factory setting
Q
Power input (kW)
R
Fan rotation speed (rpm)
400
300
200
109
0
1100
2000
4300
3000
R
5000
R000279
The speed can be changed using parameter p17. A linear
relationship exists between the speed and the input: See graph. A
graph for the other boilers can be produced in the same way.
1. Press the two keys f simultaneously and then key [+] until the
symbol ? flashes on the menu bar.
2. Select the installers menu using the key S. c0de appears
3x
on the display.
3. Use keys [-] or [+] to input the installer code 0012.
4. Confirm using key S. p[1 is displayed with 1 flashing.
5. Press the [+] key to go to parameter p[17.
6. Confirm using key S.
7. Press the [+] button to reduce the speed from 54 to 50, for
example.
8. Confirm the value with the S key.
...x
9. Press the > key 2 times to return to the current operating
mode.
...x
2x
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5.3.5.
Return to the factory settings
CAUTION
By restoring the factory settings, customized settings can
also be erased. So first write down all the customized
parameters (eg settings for attached accessories such as
a flue gas valve or gas leak control). Adjust these specific
settings again after the factory settings have been
restored.
1. Press the two keys f simultaneously and then key [+] until the
symbol ? flashes on the menu bar.
2. Select the installers menu using the key S. c0de appears
3x
on the display.
3. Use keys [-] or [+] to input the installer code 0012.
4. Confirm using key S. p[1 is displayed with 1 flashing.
5. Press the [+] key several times. p[df is displayed with df
flashing.
6. Press the S key. df[x is displayed with x flashing. This is
the current value of X for dF. Check this against the value of X on
the type plate.
7. Enter the value of X shown on the type plate using the [-] or [+]
key.
8. Confirm the value with the S key, df[y is displayed with y
...x
flashing. This is the current value of Y for dU. Check this against
the value of Y on the type plate.
9. Enter the value of Y shown on the type plate using the [-] or [+]
key.
10.Confirm the value with the S key. The factory settings are reset.
11.The display returns to the current operating mode.
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5.3.6.
Carrying out an auto-detect
After removing a control PCB, an auto-detect must be carried out. To
do this, proceed as follows:
1. Press the two keys f simultaneously and then key [+] until the
symbol ? flashes on the menu bar.
3x
2. Select the installers menu using the key S. c0de appears
on the display.
3. Use keys [-] or [+] to input the installer code 0012.
4. Confirm using key S. p[1 is displayed with 1 flashing.
5. Press the [+] key several times. p[Zd is displayed with Zd
flashing.
6. Confirm using key S. Auto-detect is carried out.
...x
7. The display returns to the current operating mode.
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5.3.7.
Setting the manual mode
In some cases it may be necessary to switch the boiler to manual
operation, For example, if the controller has not yet been
connected. The boiler can be switched to automatic or manual
operation under the symbol E. To do this, proceed as follows:
1. Press the two keys f simultaneously and then key [+] until the
symbol E flashes on the menu bar.
2x
2. Press the S key:
or
The value of the minimum flow temperature.
or
The value of the minimum flow temperature and The current water
pressure (Only with the hydraulic pressure sensor connected).
3. Press the [+] key to increase the flow temperture manually.
4. Confirm the value with the S key. The boiler is now set to manual
operation.
5. Press the > key 2 times to return to the current operating
mode.
bar
2x
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6. Troubleshooting
6
Troubleshooting
6.1
Shutdowns and lock-outs
For operation of the boiler Gas 610 ECO PRO:
The features and instructions described are for each boiler
module.
6.1.1.
General
The boiler is fitted with an electronic regulation and control unit. The
heart of the control system is a microprocessor, the Comfort
Master©, which controls the boiler and also protects the boiler. When
a failure is signalled, the boiler stops or becomes locked.
6.1.2.
Blocking
A (temporary) blocking mode is a boiler operating function caused by
an unusual situation. In this case, the display gives a code of blocking
(code 5t[9). The boiler control will try to re-start several times.
The boiler will start up again after the blocking conditions have been
eliminated. The shutdown codes can be read out as follows:
1. Press the two f keys simultaneously.
2. Confirm by pressing key S. 5t is displayed, alternating with
the shutdown code 9.
3. Press the [+] key. 5v appears on the display.
The boiler starts up again automatically when the reason
for the blocking has been removed.
T001632-B
Shutdown
code
Description
5v[0
Parameter error
4
5v[1
Maximum flow temperature
exceeded
4
Maximum heat exchanger
temperature increase has
been exceeded
4
5v[3
Probable causes
4
Parameter error on the
PSU PCB
Non-existent or insufficient
circulation
Checking / solution
4
Reset df and dV
4
4
Restore parameters with Recom
Check the circulation (direction, pump,
valves)
Reasons for the heat demand
Check the circulation (direction, pump,
valves)
Check the water pressure
4
4
4
Non-existent or insufficient 4
circulation
Sensor error
4
4
(1) These lock-outs are not stored in the fault memory
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Check the cleanliness of the heat
exchanger
Check that the sensors are operating
correctly
Check that the sensor has been correctly
fitted
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Shutdown
code
5v[4
Description
The maximum temperature
increase speed tolerated in
the exchanger has been
exceeded
HMI Gas 310/610 ECO PRO
Probable causes
4
Non-existent or insufficient
circulation
Checking / solution
4
4
4
5v[5
5v[6
4
Maximum difference
between the flow and return
temperature exceeded
4
4
Non-existent or insufficient 4
circulation
Sensor error
4
No release signal
4
External cause
4
4
Parameter error
4
Check the parameters
4
4
4
Check the wiring
4
Invert phase and neutral
4
Set parameter p34 to 0
4
Bad connection
Mains supply incorrectly
wired
Floating or 2 phase
network
External cause
4
Suppress the external cause
4
Parameter error
4
Check the parameters
4
4
Bad connection
External cause
4
4
Check the wiring
Suppress the external cause
4
Parameter error
4
Check the parameters
4
4
4
Check the wiring
Bad connection
Bad connection with BUS
4
Check the wiring
SCU PCB not installed in
4
Carry out automatic detection
the boiler
The water pressure is too
Check:
low
4
Water pressure in the installation
Incorrect adjustment of
water pressure parameter 4
Setting of hydraulic pressure sensor
28
4
Setting parameter 28
Water leakage
4
Check that the gas valve is fully opened
Non-existent or insufficient
4
Check the supply pressure
circulation
4
Check whether the Gps gas pressure
Incorrect setting of the
control system has been correctly fitted
Gps gas pressure switch
4
Replace the Gps gas pressure control
on the SCU PCB
system if need be
Wrong SU PCB for this
4
Replace the SU PCB
boiler
5v[9
Phase and neutral of mains
supply mixed up
4
5v[10
Shutdown input is open
5v[11
5v[13
Shutdown input active or
frost protection active
Communication error with
the SCU PCB
4
4
5v[14
The water pressure is too low
Check the circulation (direction, pump,
valves)
Check the water pressure
Check the cleanliness of the heat
exchanger
Check that the sensors are operating
correctly
Check that the sensor has been correctly
fitted
Suppress the external cause
4
5v[8
Check the circulation (direction, pump,
valves)
Reasons for the heat demand
4
4
4
5v[15
Gas pressure too low
4
5v[16(1)
Configuration fault or SU
PCB not recognised
4
5v[17(1)
Configuration fault or default 4
parameter table incorrect
Parameter error on the
PCU PCB
4
Replace the PCU PCB
5v[18(1)
Configuration fault or PSU
PCB not recognised
4
Wrong PCU PCB for this
4
boiler
Replace the PCU PCB
5v[19(1)
Configuration fault or
parameters df-dV
unknown
4
Parameter error
Reset df and dV
5v[20(1)
Configuration procedure
active
4
5v[21
Communication error with
the SU PCB
4
Active for a short time after
4
switching on the boiler
4
Bad connection
(1) These lock-outs are not stored in the fault memory
23
4
No action required
Check whether the SU PCB has been
correctly fitted in the connector on PCU
PCB
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Shutdown
code
5v[22
6. Troubleshooting
Description
Probable causes
No flame during operation
4
Checking / solution
No ionization current
4
Purge the gas supply to remove air
4
Check that the gas valve is fully opened
4
Check the supply pressure
4
Check the operation and setting of the gas
valve unit
Check that the air inlet and flue gas
discharge flues are not blocked
Check that there is no recirculation of flue
gases
4
4
5v[24
Gas leakage control fault
4
Bad connection
4
Gas valve unit defect
4
5v[25
Internal error on the SU PCB
4
4
Gas leakage control VPS
4
faulty
4
Check the wiring
Replace the gas valve unit
Replace gas leakage control VPS
Replace the SU PCB
(1) These lock-outs are not stored in the fault memory
6.1.3.
Lock out
If the blocking conditions still exist after several start up attempts, the
boiler will switch into locking mode (fault). The display shows :
In a red flashing display:
4 The symbol c
4 The symbol J
4 The fault code (for example e[01)
4 Press the J key for 2 seconds. If the error code continues to
display, search for the cause in the error table and apply the
solution.
The error code is important for rapid and correct tracking
of the type of problem and for any technical assistance from
Remeha.
Error
code
Description
e[00
Storage unit PSU
parameter not found
e[01
The safety parameters
are incorrect
e[02
e[03
Probable causes
4
Bad connection
4
Check the wiring
4
Bad connection
4
Check the wiring
4
PSU defective
4
Bad connection
4
4
Replace PSU
Check the wiring
4
Check that the sensors are operating correctly
4
Check that the sensor has been correctly fitted
4
4
Replace the sensor if necessary
Check the wiring
4
Check that the sensors are operating correctly
4
Check that the sensor has been correctly fitted
4
Replace the sensor if necessary
Flow temperature sensor 4
short circuited
4
Sensor not or badly
connected
Sensor fault
4
Bad connection
Flow temperature sensor 4
open circuit
4
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Checking / solution
Sensor not or badly
connected
Sensor fault
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Error
code
Description
HMI Gas 310/610 ECO PRO
Probable causes
4
e[04
e[05
e[06
e[07
4
4
Temperature of heat
4
exchanger too low
4
Exchanger
temperature too high
4
Return temperature
sensor short circuited
Return temperature
sensor open circuit
e[08
e[09
e[10
e[11
4
4
e[12
25
4
Sensor not or badly
connected
Sensor fault
Check the wiring
4
Vent the air in the heating system
4
Check the circulation (direction, pump, valves)
4
Check the water pressure
4
Check the cleanliness of the heat exchanger
4
Check that the sensor has been correctly fitted
4
Check that the sensors are operating correctly
4
4
Replace the sensor if necessary
Check the wiring
4
Check that the sensor has been correctly fitted
4
Check that the sensors are operating correctly
4
4
Replace the sensor if necessary
Check the wiring
Bad connection
4
4
Sensor not or badly
connected
Sensor fault
4
Bad connection
4
Sensor not or badly
connected
Sensor fault
4
Check that the sensor has been correctly fitted
4
Check that the sensors are operating correctly
4
4
Replace the sensor if necessary
Check the wiring
Bad connection
4
Check the cleanliness of the heat exchanger
No circulation
4
Vent the air in the heating system
Sensor not or badly
connected
Sensor fault
4
Check the circulation (direction, pump, valves)
4
Check the water pressure
4
Check that the sensors are operating correctly
4
4
Check that the sensor has been correctly fitted
Vent the air in the heating system
4
Check the water pressure
Check that the heating pump is operating correctly
4
Return temperature
4
too low
4
Return temperature
too high
4
Difference between the
flow and return
temperatures too great
No circulation
4
4
4
4
Bad connection
Checking / solution
4
No circulation
4
4
Sensor not or badly
connected
Sensor fault
4
Check the circulation (direction, pump, valves)
4
Check the cleanliness of the heat exchanger
4
Check that the sensor has been correctly fitted
4
Check that the sensors are operating correctly
4
4
4
Replace the sensor if necessary
Check that the air inlet and flue gas discharge flues
are not blocked
Check the wiring
4
Check the water pressure
4
Check that the heating pump is operating correctly
4
Check the circulation (direction, pump, valves)
4
Check the cleanliness of the heat exchanger
4
Check that the sensor has been correctly fitted
4
Check that the sensors are operating correctly
4
Replace the sensor if necessary
4
4
Air differential
pressure switch has
4
been triggered
Temperature of heat 4
exchanger above
4
normal range (highlimit thermostat STB) 4
Air inlet or flue gas
discharge blocked
Bad connection
No circulation
Sensor not or badly
connected
Sensor fault
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Error
code
Description
6. Troubleshooting
Probable causes
4
No ignition
Checking / solution
4
Check cabling of ignition transformer
4
Check the ionization/ignition electrode
4
Check breakdown to earth
4
Check the earthing
4
4
Defective control SU PCB
Check that the air inlet and flue gas discharge flues
are not blocked
Check that the gas valve is fully opened
4
4
e[14
5 burner start-up failures
4
4
4
e[15
5 failed gas leakage
controls
4
4
4
4
False flame signal
e[17
Problem on the gas
valve SU PCB
e[34
Fan fault
e[35
Flow and return reversed
Defective control SU PCB
Check that the gas valve is fully opened
4
Check the supply pressure
Presence of the flame but 4
insufficient ionization (<3 4
µA)
4
Check the wiring on the ionization/ignition electrode
4
Check the operation and setting of the gas valve unit
Incorrect adjustment of the 4
VPS switch
Pressure switch VPS is not 4
or badly fitted
Defective VPS pressure 4
switch
Gas valve defect
4
Check whether the VPS gas pressure control
system has been correctly fitted
Check that the VPS switch has been adjusted
correctly
Replace the VPS gas pressure control system if
need be
Check the gas valve and replace if necessary
Bad connection
Fan defective
4
Check the ionization/ignition electrode
Check the condition of the burner set
Check that the gas valve is fully opened
4
4
Check the earthing
4
Gas pressure non-existent 4
or too low
4
Wiring fault
4
4
4
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4
4
Defective SU PCB
4
Check the operation and setting of the gas valve unit
4
4
4
Purge the gas supply to remove air
Check the condition of the burner set
4
4
4
Check the supply pressure
4
Ionization current present
even though there is no
4
flame
The burner remains very 4
hot: CO2 too high
4
Ignition transformer
4
defective
Gas valve defect
Bad connection
4
4
e[16
4
Ignition arc, but no flame 4
formation
4
Check the wiring
Check the ionization/ignition electrode
Set the CO2
Replace the ignition transformer if necessary
Check the gas valve and replace if necessary
Check the wiring
4
4
Inspect the SU PCB and replace it if need be
Check the wiring
4
Check for adequate draw on the chimney
connection
Replace the fan if need be
4
Water circulation direction
4
reversed
Bad connection
4
Sensor not or badly
connected
Sensor fault
Check the supply pressure
Check the circulation (direction, pump, valves)
Check that the sensor has been correctly fitted
4
Check that the sensors are operating correctly
4
Replace the sensor if necessary
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Error
code
e[36
Description
5x Flame loss
HMI Gas 310/610 ECO PRO
Probable causes
4
Checking / solution
4
Purge the gas supply to remove air
4
Check that the gas valve is fully opened
4
Check the supply pressure
No or insufficient ionization
4
current
4
4
e[37
Communication error
with the SU PCB
e[38
Communication error
with the SCU PCB
e[39
Shutdown input in
locked-out mode
6.2
Check the operation and setting of the gas valve unit
Check that the air inlet and flue gas discharge flues
are not blocked
Check that there is no recirculation of flue gases
4
Bad connection
4
4
Bad connection
4
Check whether the SU PCB has been correctly fitted
in the connector on PCU PCB
Check the wiring
4
4
Defective SCU PCB
Bad connection
4
4
Replace SCU PCB
Check the wiring
4
External cause
4
Suppress the external cause
4
Parameter incorrectly set 4
Check the parameters
Error memory
The boiler control is equipped with an error memory. The last 16 errors
encountered are recorded in this memory.
In addition to the error codes, the following data are also saved:
4 Number of times that the error occured: (MK[xx).
4 Boiler operating mode selected (5t[xx).
4 The flow temperature (t1[xx) and the return temperature
(t2[xx) when the error occured.
To view the error memory, you first have to enter access code
0012.
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HMI Gas 310/610 ECO PRO
6.2.1.
Error readout memorised
1. Press the two keys f simultaneously and then key [+] until the
symbol c flashes on the menu bar.
2. Select the installers menu using the key S. c0de appears
on the display.
3. Use keys [-] or [+] to input the installer code 0012.
4x
4. Press the S key. er[xx appears on the display.
5. The fault list or shutdown list can be displayed by pressing the
[-] or [+] key.
6. Confirm using key S. er[xx is displayed with xx
flashing = Last error which occured, For example K2.
7. Use the [-] or [+] key to scroll through the faults or shutdowns.
8. Press the S key to display the details of the faults or shutdowns.
9. Press the [-] or [+] key to view the following information:
M[1 = Number of times that the error occured.
hr = The number of operating hours.
5t = State.
5v = Sub-status.
t1 = Flow temperature (°C).
t" = Return temperature (°C).
t4 = Outside temperature (°C) (Only with an outside
temperature sensor).
t6 = Exchanger temperature (°C).
5p = Internal set point (°C).
fl = Ionization current (µA).
Mf = Fan speed in rpm.
2x
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pr = Water pressure (bar (MPa)). (Only with the hydraulic
pressure sensor connected)
p; = Supplied relative heat output (%).
10.Press the > key to interrupt the display cycle. er[xx is
displayed with xx flashing = Last error which occured.
11.Use the [-] or [+] key to scroll through the faults or shutdowns.
12.Press the > key to show the fault list or shutdown list.
13.Press 2 times on the key > to exit the error memory.
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6.2.2.
Deletion of the error display
1. Press the two keys f simultaneously and then key [+] until the
symbol c flashes on the menu bar.
2. Select the installers menu using the key S. c0de appears
4x
on the display.
3. Use keys [-] or [+] to input the installer code 0012.
4. Press the S key. er[xx appears on the display.
5. The fault list or shutdown list can be displayed by pressing the
[-] or [+] key.
6. Confirm using key S. er[xx is displayed with xx flashing.
7. Press the [+] key several times until er[cl is displayed on the
screen.
8. Press the S key. cl[0 is displayed with 0 flashing.
9. Press key [+] to modify the value to 1.
10.Press the S key to delete the errors from the error memory.
11.Press 3 times on the key > to exit the error memory.
3x
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Molly Millars Lane
Wokingham
Berks
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Technical Enquires: 01189743067
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