Solar Hybrid Energy Systems вЂў Patent(s) Pending Sun BanditВ® Hybrid Water Heater Installation, Operation and Solar Hybrid Energy Systems вЂў Patent(s) Pending Maintenance Manual Solar Hybrid Energy Systems вЂў Patent(s) Pending Important! record all product serial numbers BEForE installing your Sun BanditВ® Solar Hybrid Energy System #23460 Rev 3 2/2014 Page 2 To the Installer: Please attach these instructions next to the water heater. To the Consumer: Please read these and all component instructions and keep for future reference. IMPORTANT! Record all product serial numbers BEFORE installing your Sun Bandit В® Solar Hybrid Energy System. You will need this information to complete the online Warranty Registration of your Sun Bandit В® Solar Hybrid Energy System and for the warranty to be valid. See page 18 for more information. WARNING Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can cause sВ erious injury or property damage. Refer to this manual. For assistance or additional Вinformation, consult a qualified installer or service agency. CAUTION The recommended water temperature for normal residential use is 120В°F/49В°F. A thermostatic mixing valve is supplied and must be installed to the water heater. Follow the instructions supplied with the mixing valve to obtain a mixed water temperature of 120В°F. Measure water temperature at the tap nearest to the water heater. WARNING Hotter water increases the risk of scald iВnjury. Before adjusting the water temperature Вsetting, read this instruction manual. Temperatures at which injury occurs vary with the personвЂ™s age and the length of exposure. The slower reaction time of children, elderly, and physically or mentally challenged persons increases the scalding hazard to them. It is recommended that lower water temperatures be used where these exposure hazards exist. Such households may require a temperature setting less than 120В°F to prevent accidental contact with hot water. To lower water temperature use point-of-use temperature limiting devices. WARNING Water heater blankets are not recommended and will void the warranty. THIS MANUAL HAS BEEN PREPARED TO ВACQUAINT YOU WITH THE INSTALLATION, OPERATION, AND MAINTENANCE OF YOUR WATER HEATER AND TO PROVIDE IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION. INSTALLER RESPONSIBILITIES Please read all instructions thoroughly Вbefore installing or placing the heater into service. This unit must be installed by lВicensed or authorized installers, or technical personnel that service water heating equipment. The heater must be installed in a В ccordance with all local codes and o В rdinances. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS OR ALL APPLICABLE BUILDING CODES AND REGULATIONS VOIDS THE WARRANTY ON THIS WATER HEATER. Local plumbing and electrical codes must be followed in the installation of this water heater. In the absence of a local code use the UNIFORM PLUMBING CODE and the NFPA 70 Code. Local codes may supersede instructions in this installation manual. These instructions are a guide for the correct installation of the water heater. The manufacturer will not be liable for damages caused by failure to comply with the installation and operating instructions outlined on the following pages. HANDLING Before uncrating, check for shipping damage. Report any damage to your carrier. Note damage on bill of lading or delivery receipt and file a claim. Page 1 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS WARNING When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to persons should be followed, including: 1. READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THIS WATER HEATER. 2. T his water heater must be grounded. Connect only to properly grounded outlet. See вЂњGROUNDING INSTRUCTIONSвЂќ found on page 11. 3. Install or locate this water heater only in accordance with the provided installation instructions. 4. U se this water heater only for its intended use as described in this manual. 5. D o not use an extension cord set with this water heater. If no receptacle is available adjacent to the water heater, contact a qualified electrician to have one properly installed. 6. A s with any appliance, close supervision is necessary when used by children. 7. D o not operate this water heater if it has a damaged cord or plug, if it is not working properly, or if it has been damaged or dropped. 8. T his water heater should be serviced only by qualified service personnel. Contact nearest authorized service facility for examination, repair, or adjustment. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS Page 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Section I: Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Section II: General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Section III: Pre-Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Section IV: Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Section V: Operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Section VI: Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Section VII: Troubleshooting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Section VIII: Parts List. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Section IX: Warranty. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Page 3 SECTION I: SPECIFICATIONS Figure 1: SB-30EU, SB-50EU, SB-80EU, SB-119EU Table 1: Dimensions A B D E Model C D i m e n s i o n s SB-30EU-3000 20ВґВґ 39 1вЃ„2Вґ 33ВґВґ 33ВґВґ 4 5вЃ„8Вґ SB-50EU-3000 22ВґВґ 48 1вЃ„4Вґ 39 3вЃ„4Вґ 39 3вЃ„4Вґ 4 1вЃ„2Вґ SB-80EU-3000 24ВґВґ 64ВґВґ 57 1вЃ„8Вґ 57 1вЃ„8Вґ 5ВґВґ SB-119EU-3000 28ВґВґ 65 1вЃ„4Вґ 57 3вЃ„4Вґ 57 3вЃ„4Вґ 5ВґВґ These water heaters may be installed for simultaneous or non-simultaneous Sun BanditВ® AC Micro-Grid Resistive Element operation. See SECTION II, SUN BANDITВ® HYBRID WATER HEATER FUNCTION and SECTION IV, ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS for details. Model designation suffix вЂњ3000вЂќ denotes maximum power rating (W) of each Sun BanditВ® AC Micro-Grid Resistive Element. Page 4 SECTION I: SPECIFICATIONS (cont.) atin g Grid (kW Eleme nt R ) Rat e (kW d Max imu ) m In (PV &G put rid Elem ents ) PV E (kW lemen t Ra ) ting Model Rat e Cap d Stor a acit y (g ge al) Table 2: Inputs and Capacities SB-30EU-3000 30 10.5 3.0 4.5 SB-50EU-3000 48 10.5 3.0 4.5 SB-80EU-3000 78 10.5 3.0 4.5 SB-119EU-3000 112 10.5 3.0 4.5 SECTION II: GENERAL INFORMATION SUN BANDITВ® HYBRID WATER HEATER FUNCTION The Sun BanditВ® Hybrid Water Heater is designed to heat water with electric resistance heating elements that are powered from two different sources, 1) electricity generated by the Sun BanditВ® AC Micro-Grid (i.e. PV modules plus Sun BanditВ® AC Micro-Grid Inverter) and 2) standard utility power. Sun BanditВ® AC Micro-Grid resistive elements are located in the tank such that all stored water could be heated from solar energy. A standard utility powered element is located to ensure 50% of the stored water is always heated. All models include three Sun BanditВ® AC Micro-Grid Resistive Elements. The Sun BanditВ® Upper/Lower AC Micro-Grid Resistive Elements are wired in the same circuit for nonsimultaneous operation (i.e. either Upper or Lower element is energized). For simultaneous operation of AC Micro-Grid Resistive Elements, a separate Sun BanditВ® Single AC Micro-Grid Resistive Element is available for use. The Single AC Micro-Grid Resistive Element is wired on an independent circuit and operates autonomously from the Sun BanditВ® Upper/Lower AC Micro-Grid Resistive Elements. Power availability from the Sun BanditВ® AC Micro-Grid will vary depending on outside conditions. WATER TREATMENT & FILTRATION In areas where poor water conditions are suspected (i.e. lime, iron, and other minerals), it is essential that the water be tested and appropriate action taken to prevent damage to the water heater and ensure the quality of the water. Page 5 SECTION II: GENERAL INFORMATION (cont.) TEMPERATURE CONTROL The Sun BanditВ® Hybrid Water Heater is equipped with resistive elements and adjustable thermostats. If the solar system cannot satisfy the user demand, the standard utility powered resistive element will energize and heat the water until its thermostat is satisfied. An ECO (electrical cut-off) is included as part of the temperature control and is designed to cut off power to the heating element in the event the water in the tank reaches 180В°F. The ECO is a safety feature on the water heater and cannot be adjusted. In the event that the ECO opens, the control must be manually reset with the stored water temperature below 180В°F. The Sun BanditВ® AC Micro-Grid Resistive Element thermostats are factory set to 120В°F. The standard utility power thermostat is also factory set to 120В°F. See Table 6 for thermostat letter and temperature relationships. Setting the temperature on the AC Micro-Grid thermostats higher than the standard utility power thermostat will allow the system to maximize water heating from solar energy. THE THERMOSTATIC MIXING VALVE THAT IS SUPPLIED WITH THIS WATER HEATER MUST BE INSTALLED PER THE VALVE MANUFACTURERвЂ™S INSTRUCTIONS. Water temperatures in the tank will exceed 120В°F. The supplied mixing valve must be installed to the Sun BanditВ® Hybrid Water Heater and adjusted to a safe temperature. The recommended water temperature for normal residential use is 120В°F. Table 3 details the approximate relationship of water temperature and time with regard to scald injury. Measure water temperature at the tap nearest to the water heater and adjust the mixing valve according to the valve manufacturerвЂ™s instructions. Table 3: Scald Temperature/Time Relationships APPROXIMATE TEMPERATURE/TIME RELATIONSHIPS TO SCALDING Page 6 120В°F More than 5 minutes 125В°F 1 1вЃ„2 to 2 minutes 130В°F About 30 seconds 135В°F About 10 seconds 140В°F Less than 5 seconds 145В°F Less than 3 seconds 150В°F About 1 1вЃ„2 seconds 155В°F About 1 second SECTION II: GENERAL INFORMATION (cont.) ANODE RODS The anode rod is used as a sacrificial element within the volume of the storage tank. The purpose of the magnesium anode rod is to protect the inside of the tank against corrosion. Anode rods should be inspected twice in the first year and at least yearly once a time interval for inspection has been developed. Water conditions will influence the consumption rate of the anode rods. Please see the Maintenance section of this manual for instructions on how to change the anode rods in your water heater. CAUTION Hydrogen gas is produced in a hot water system served by the heater that has not been used for a long period of time (2 weeks or more). Hydrogen gas is extremely flammable. To reduce the risk of injury under these conditions, it is recommended that the hot water faucet be opened for several minutes at the kitchen sink before using any electrical appliance connected to the hot water system. When hydrogen is present, there will probably be an unusual sound such as air escaping through the pipe as the water begins to flow. There should be no smoking or open flame near the faucet at the time it is open. TEMPERATURE AND PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE (T&P) CAUTION To reduce the risk of excessive pressures and temperatures in this water heater, install temperature and pressure protective equipment required by local codes and no less than a combination temperature and pressure relief valve certified by a nationally recognized testing laboratory that maintains periodic inspection of production of listed equipment or materials, as meeting the requirements for Relief Valves and Automatic Gas Shutoff Devices for Hot Water Supply Systems, ANSI Z21.22. This valve must be marked with a maximum set pressure not to exceed the marked maximum working pressure of the water heater. Install the valve in an opening provided and marked for this purpose in the water heater, and orient it or provide tubing so that any discharge from the valve exits only within 6 inches above, or at any distance below, the structural floor, and does not contact any live electrical part. The discharge opening must not be blocked or reduced in size under any circumstances. The T&P valve is factory installed. A discharge drain tube must be installed (responsibility of the installer) and shall terminate plain, not threaded, 6 inches above the floor drain. The drain tube material must be approved for temperatures of 120В°F or greater and a pressure of 150 PSI or greater. BACKFLOW PREVENTER (CLOSED LOOP SYSTEM) Some local municipal codes and ordinances require the use of these devices on potable (domestic) water lines. Where backflow preventers are required, it will be necessary to install a thermal expansion tank (designed for used with potable water) in order to prevent pressure build up in the water heater and associated piping, which could cause the T&P valve to discharge. Follow the expansion tank manufacturerвЂ™s recommendations when selecting a tank for your hot water system. Note: Working pressure of the water heater is 150 PSI. Do not exceed 150 PSI. Page 7 SECTION III: PRE-INSTALLATION LOCATION CAUTION This water heater must be located in an area where leakage of the tank, water line connections, or the temperature and pressure relief valve will not result in damage to the area adjacent to the water heater or to lower floors of the structure. When such location cannot be avoided, a suitable drain pan must be installed under the water heater. The drain pan depth must be suitable for draining and collecting water. The drain pan can be purchased from your plumbing professional. The drain pan must be piped to an adequate drain and all drain piping must be at least 0.75вЂќ in diameter and pitched for proper drainage. CAUTION DO NOT store or use gasoline or other flammable, combustible, or corrosive vapors and/or liquids in the vicinity of the water heater or any other appliance. IF YOU SMELL GAS: вЂў DO NOT try to light any appliance. вЂў DO NOT touch any electric switch; do not use any telephone in your building. вЂў Immediately call your gas supplier from a telephone in another building. Follow your gas supplierвЂ™s instructions. вЂў If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire department. DO NOT OPERATE THE APPLIANCE UNTIL THE LEAKAGE IS CORRECTED! CAUTION Do not drop water heater or lay heater down on its side. Move the water heater into position by sliding or using an appropriately sized hand truck. The Sun BanditВ® Hybrid Water Heater must be installed indoors. Locate the water heater as close as practical to the Sun BanditВ® AC Micro-Grid system and leave sufficient clearances for servicing the heater. This water heater may be installed on combustible flooring. DO NOT install this water heater on carpeting. See Tables 4 and 5 for combustible and service clearances. Table 4: Clearance from Combustible Materials Top Sides Front Rear 0ВґВґ 0ВґВґ 0ВґВґ 0ВґВґ Table 5: Recommended Service Clearances Page 8 Top Sides (non-piping) Side (T&P Relief Valve) Front Rear 12ВґВґ 4ВґВґ 6ВґВґ 16ВґВґ 0ВґВґ SECTION IV: INSTALLATION WATER CONNECTIONS CAUTION This water heater incorporates fittings that contain a nonmetallic lining. DO NOT apply heat to these fittings when making sweat connections to the heater. Sweat tubing to an adapter before securing adapter to any fittings on water heaters. ALL PIPING SHOULD CONFORM TO LOCAL CODES AND ORDINANCES. It is highly recommended that unions and shut-off valves are installed at the potable water connections to allow for isolation and/or movement during service. Installing a union on the potable outlet is of particular importance to facilitate replacement of the hot outlet/anode nipple on all models. In addition, all piping should be adequately insulated with an approved material to minimize heat loss. POTABLE WATER CONNECTIONS THE WATER HEATER MUST BE FILLED WITH WATER BEFORE CONNECTING ELECTRIC POWER. 1) Close the main water supply valve before continuing with the installation. After the main water supply is shut-off, relieve the water line pressure by opening a faucet. Once the pressure has been relieved, close the faucet. The вЂњColdвЂќ and вЂњHotвЂќ potable water connections are labeled on the water heater. Install the supplied thermostatic mixing valve to the вЂњColdвЂќ and вЂњHotвЂќ connections on the top of the water heater. Follow the instructions that are supplied with the mixing valve. 2) Install a union and shut-off valve on both the cold and hot water sides of the water heater. 3) If a backflow preventer is required in the cold water supply, a properly sized expansion tank must be installed to control thermal expansion. Do not operate the water heater in a closed system without installing a thermal expansion tank. Follow the expansion tank manufacturerвЂ™s recommendations when selecting a tank for your system. 4) Following installation of the water lines, open the main water supply valve and fill the water heater. Open several hot water faucets to relieve air from the system. After water is flowing through the faucets and the system is void of air, close the faucets and check for water leaks in the system. Page 9 SECTION IV: INSTALLATION (cont.) PIPING DIAGRAMS A piping diagram for the Sun BanditВ® Hybrid Water Heater is shown in Figure 2. Figure 2: Water Connections ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS DANGER Confirm that all electrical connections are unpowered before installing or servicing electrical components/connections within the water heater. WARNING The water heater must be electrically grounded in accordance with local codes or, in the absence of local codes, with NFPA 70. Failure to properly wire electrical connections may result in serious physical harm. Electrical power may be from more than one source. Make sure all power is off before attempting any electrical work. Page 10 SECTION IV: INSTALLATION (cont.) RESISTIVE ELEMENTS THE WATER HEATER MUST BE FILLED WITH WATER BEFORE CONNECTING ELECTRIC POWER. All electrical connections on the water heater must be made with copper conductors only. A separate branch circuit with copper conductors, over-current protection, and means for disconnection must be provided by qualified service personnel. The total wattage load and voltage requirements for the water heater are specified on the rating label located on the front of the heater. The thermostats and resistive elements are pre-wired at the factory. Junction boxes are located at the top of the water heater. The junction box cover will accommodate a 1/2вЂќ or 3/4вЂќ electrical conduit connector. Three wires are located in the junction box (red or white, black, and green) for connection to the supply circuit. See Figures 3-5 for wiring diagrams. GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS A green screw (ground) is located in the junction box for proper connection to ground from the branch circuit. BRANCH CIRCUIT SIZING AND WIRE SIZE Table 6 provides recommendations for minimum branch circuit sizing and wire size based on the National Electric Code (NFPA 70). For field wiring connections in each junction box, reference Figures 3-5. Table 6: National Electric Code - Branch Circuit Sizing and Wire Size 480 V 277 V 240 V 208 V 480 V 277 V 240 V Copper Wire Size (AWG) 208 Total Water Heater Wattage V Recommended Over-Current Protection (fuse or circuit breaker amperage rating) 3,000 20 20 15 15 12 12 14 14 4,000 25 25 20 15 10 10 12 14 4,500 30 25 25 15 10 10 10 14 5,000 30 30 25 15 10 10 10 14 5,500 35 30 25 15 8 10 10 14 6,000 40 35 30 20 8 8 10 12 8,000 50 45 40 25 8 8 8 10 9,000 - 50 45 25 - 8 8 10 10,000 - - 50 30 - - 8 10 11,000 - - 50 30 - - 8 10 12,000 - - - 35 - - - 8 Page 11 SECTION IV: INSTALLATION (cont.) Wiring diagrams are shown in Figures 3-5. Figure 3: Standard Utility Circuit Wiring Diagram (All models) Figure 4: Wiring Diagram for Sun BanditВ® Upper/Lower AC Micro-Grid Resistive Elements Page 12 SECTION IV: INSTALLATION (cont.) Figure 5: Wiring Diagram for Sun BanditВ® Single AC Micro-Grid Resistive Element IMPORTANT! The Sun BanditВ® Single AC Micro-Grid Resistive Element is only used to achieve simultaneous operation of AC Micro-Grid Resistive Elements Page 13 SECTION V: OPERATION THERMOSTAT TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT CAUTION The temperature setting on the heating element thermostat shall not exceed 160В°F. The thermostatic mixing valve supplied with this water heater must be installed to reduce the risk of scalding. CAUTION Turn off all power to the water heater before adjusting the heating element thermostat. All thermostats are factory adjusted to 120В°F (вЂњHOTвЂќ indicator setting). If thermostat adjustment is necessary, disconnect all power to the water heater. Remove the access cover on the side of the water heater and remove the foam dam insert to expose the thermostat and heating element. The temperature knob can be adjusted with a screwdriver to a minimum temperature of 110В°F and a maximum temperature of 160В°F (labeled вЂњVERY HOTвЂќ). See Table 6 for a listing of indicator setting and temperature relationships. Table 7: Thermostat Temperature Settings Indicator Setting Temperature (В°F) вЂў (min) HOT A B C VERY HOT 110 120 130 140 150 160 CAUTION Hot water in excess of 120В°F can cause scalding! The temperature at which injury occurs varies with the personвЂ™s age and the time of exposure. The slower response time of disabled persons increases the hazards to them. NEVER allow small children to use a hot water tap. NEVER leave a child or disabled person unattended in a bathtub or shower. Replace the foam dam insert and access cover after adjusting/inspecting the thermostat. If the thermostat temperature setting (or thermostatic mixing valve) was adjusted, check the water temperature at a faucet. Flow enough water through the faucet to ensure that the faucet temperature reflects the mixed water temperature. Adjust the thermostat or mixing valve setting as necessary. Adjusting the thermostat or mixing valve setting will not immediately affect the water temperature at the faucet. Flow a sufficient amount of water or allow a heat-up cycle to complete before making further adjustments. Page 14 SECTION VI: MAINTENANCE WATER PIPING On an annual basis, all piping should be checked for leakage at joints, shut-off valves, and unions. T&P RELIEF VALVE On an annual basis, the temperature and pressure relief valve should be checked for proper operation. First, attach a drain line to the valve to direct the water discharge to an open drain. This is very important because the temperature of the discharge could be very hot. Second, lift the lever at the end of the valve several times. The valve should operate freely and return to its original position properly. If water does not flow out of the valve, remove and inspect for corrosion or obstructions. Replace with a new valve if necessary. Do not repair the faulty valve as this may cause improper operation. ANODE RODS Anode rods should be inspected twice in the first year and at least yearly once a time interval for inspection has been developed. It is recommended to check the rod(s) six months after the heater is installed. If the anode rod had reduced in size by two-thirds of its original diameter of 3/4вЂќ or shows signs of pitting, it is time for replacement. Take the following steps when changing the anode rod(s): 1. Shut off water supply. 2. Open any faucet to relieve tank pressure. 3. Remove caps on water heater top; push insulation aside. 4. U se a 1 1/16вЂќ six-sided socket wrench and a breaker bar. Snap hard to break the anode rod seal. 5. Remove rod(s) and replace with new rod(s). 6. Turn water supply back on and leave faucet open until air is out of line. 7. Turn faucet off and check that new rod(s) doesnвЂ™t leak. 8. Snap caps back into place. FLUSH THE TANK The Sun BanditВ® Hybrid Water Heater is glass lined. Elements in the water such as lime, iron and other minerals may accumulate in the heater. It is recommended that the tank be drained and flushed thoroughly once a year to prevent buildup in the tank. MIXING VALVE The thermostatic mixing valve should be checked annually to ensure proper operation. Refer to the installation instructions for the manufacturerвЂ™s recommended maintenance procedure. Page 15 SECTION VII: TROUBLESHOOTING PROBLEM No hot water at faucet CAUSE SOLUTION ECO on thermostat tripped Determine cause of ECO trip (faulty temperature regulation at thermostat?). Adjust or replace as necessary. Reset high limit (depress red button). Improper thermostat setting Turn thermostat to safe temperature setting Electrical problem (relay, wiring, etc.) Check fuse and replace Check circuit breaker and reset (if applicable) Check power supply Water at faucet too hot Thermostat set too high Lower thermostat setting to safe level Thermostatic mixing valve not properly adjusted Check manufacturerвЂ™s instructions Thermostat set too low Raise thermostat setting to safe level. See Section V Peak use of hot water is greater than tank storage capacity Determine peak usage, compare to tank capacity, and add additional storage (storage tank) if necessary Faulty tank thermostat Replace thermostat Scale, hard white particles from faucets, popping sound from tank Lime, water hardness above 7 grains-120ppm Remove and clean the heating elements. Add a water treatment system (water softener, etc.) Rust staining; bad taste and odor in water Iron/minerals in water supply Filtration Rotten egg odor Hydrogen Sulfide Flush tank with chlorine solution and install aluminum anode rod(s) Air from hot water fixture Electrolysis or air introduced by water supply Properly ground heater & replace anode rod(s). Check well pump system. Reduction in recovery Dip tube broken or scale build up on heating elements. Replace dip tube or clean/replace heating elements. Inlet/Outlet fitting corrosion Galvanic corrosion of dissimilar metals Install dielectric unions T&P Valve dripping water Excessive water pressure (above 150 psi) Check incoming water supply pressure; closed loop system requires expansion tank T&P gushing water Excessive water temp. (above 210В°F) Adjust or replace thermostat and T&P valve Insufficient hot water Page 16 SECTION VIII: PARTS LIST пЂ« пЂ© пЂЄ пЂ§ пЂ® пЂ« пЂ« пЂЌпЂ“пЂ”пЂ•пЂ–пЂ‡пЂ”пЂ‘пЂЊпЂ—пЂ�пЂЋпЂ™пЂЏпЂ‰пЂЏпЂ„пЂљпЂ‡ пЂЃпЂ‚пЂѓпЂ„пЂ…пЂ†пЂ‡пЂ€пЂ‰пЂЉпЂ‹пЂЊпЂ‡пЂЌпЂЋпЂЏпЂ‡пЂђпЂ‘пЂЋпЂ’пЂ… пЂ© пЂ© пЂЄпЂ§ пЂЇ пЂ° пЂђпЂЈпЂ…пЂ‡пЂ¤пЂ‰пЂ…пЂџпЂ„пЂЏпЂ‡пЂҐпЂпЂпЂЊпЂ—пЂ‡пЂ›пЂњпЂ‡пЂЃпЂ„пЂљпЂ—пЂЋпЂќпЂћпЂ—пЂ„пЂџ пЂ пЂЊпЂ™пЂ„пЂ™пЂЏпЂ„пЂ‹пЂЊпЂ‡пЂ•пЂЉпЂЊпЂ�пЂЊпЂ…пЂЏпЂ‡пЂ‰пЂ…пЂџпЂ‡пЂ‡пЂ›пЂ™пЂ™пЂЋпЂљпЂЎпЂ‡пЂўпЂ‰пЂ—пЂЏпЂ™ пЂ§пЂЇ пЂ§пЂ° пЂ§пЂ« пЂЁ пЂ± пЂ§пЂЄ пЂ§пЂ§ пЂ§пЂЄ пЂ§пЂ© пЂ§пЂ« пЂ§пЂ° пЂ§пЂЇ пЂ§пЂ§ пЂ§пЂ® пЂђпЂЈпЂ…пЂ‡пЂ¤пЂ‰пЂ…пЂџпЂ„пЂЏпЂ‡пЂђпЂ„пЂ…пЂ†пЂЉпЂЊпЂ‡ пЂ›пЂњпЂ‡пЂЃпЂ„пЂљпЂ—пЂЋпЂќпЂћпЂ—пЂ„пЂџ пЂ пЂЊпЂ™пЂ„пЂ™пЂЏпЂ„пЂ‹пЂЊпЂ‡пЂ•пЂЉпЂЊпЂ�пЂЊпЂ…пЂЏпЂ‡ пЂ‰пЂ…пЂџпЂ‡пЂ‡пЂ›пЂ™пЂ™пЂЋпЂљпЂЎпЂ‡пЂўпЂ‰пЂ—пЂЏпЂ™ пЂ§пЂЇ пЂ§пЂ° пЂ§пЂ« пЂ§пЂ® пЂ§пЂЄ пЂЁ пЂ§пЂ§ пЂђпЂЏпЂ‰пЂ…пЂџпЂ‰пЂ—пЂџпЂ‡пЂҐпЂЏпЂ„пЂЉпЂ„пЂЏпЂ¦пЂ‡пЂўпЂЋпЂ’пЂЊпЂ—пЂЊпЂџпЂ‡ пЂ пЂЊпЂ™пЂ„пЂ™пЂЏпЂ„пЂ‹пЂЊпЂ‡пЂ•пЂЉпЂЊпЂ�пЂЊпЂ…пЂЏпЂ‡пЂ‰пЂ…пЂџпЂ‡ пЂ›пЂ™пЂ™пЂЋпЂљпЂЎпЂ‡пЂўпЂ‰пЂ—пЂЏпЂ™ пЂЄпЂ¬ пЂ§пЂ® пЂ§пЂЇ пЂ§пЂ° пЂ§пЂ± пЂ§пЂЄ пЂ§пЂ§ пЂ§пЂ¬ пЂ§пЂЁ пЂђпЂЈпЂ…пЂ‡пЂ¤пЂ‰пЂ…пЂџпЂ„пЂЏпЂ‡пЂІпЂЋпЂ’пЂЊпЂ—пЂ‡пЂ›пЂњпЂ‡пЂЃпЂ„пЂљпЂ—пЂЋпЂќпЂћпЂ—пЂ„пЂџ пЂ пЂЊпЂ™пЂ„пЂ™пЂЏпЂ„пЂ‹пЂЊпЂ‡пЂ•пЂЉпЂЊпЂ�пЂЊпЂ…пЂЏпЂ‡пЂ‰пЂ…пЂџпЂ‡пЂ‡пЂ›пЂ™пЂ™пЂЋпЂљпЂЎпЂ‡пЂўпЂ‰пЂ—пЂЏпЂ™ Table 8: 30, 50, 80, 119 Gallon Parts List Part Description 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Hot Outlet with Anode Dip Tube Anode Rod J-Box Cover J-Box Cover (w/ conduit hole) Sensor Immersion Well T&P Relief Valve 8 Upper AC Micro-Grid Thermostat AC Micro-Grid or Standard Utility 9 Single Power Thermostat 10 Lower AC Micro-Grid Thermostat 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Thermostat Mounting Bracket Heating Element Gasket AC Micro-Grid Resistive Element Standard Utility Power Resistive Element Thermostat Cover (long) Foam Dam Cover Access Cover 18 Thermostat Cover (short) 19 Plug (1" NPT) 20 Drain Valve 21 Thermometer Page 17 SECTION IX: WARRANTY LIMITED WARRANTY FOR SUN BANDITВ® HYBRID WATER HEATER IMPORTANT WARRANTY INFORMATION Record all product serial numbers BEFORE installing your Sun BanditВ® Solar Hybrid Energy System. All product serial numbers for each of the Solar PV Modules, Sun BanditВ® AC Micro-Grid Inverter(s), Sun BanditВ® Hybrid Water Heater, and Sun BanditВ® Monitor(s) installed as components to your Sun BanditВ® Solar Hybrid Energy System are required on the Warranty Registration form for the warranty to be valid. WARRANTY REGISTRATION Visit http://sunbandit.us/warranty.aspx for warranty information and to complete the online warranty registration of your Sun BanditВ® Solar Hybrid Energy System. Page 18 Page 19 Page 20 Solar Hybrid Energy Systems вЂў Patent(s) Pending sunbandit.us Sun BanditВ® and NGEВ® are registered trademarks of Next Generation EnergyВ® В©2013 Next Generation EnergyВ® All rights reserved.