Aqu@ Scop HT V2
Installation and maintenance manual
Aqu@‌Scop HT V2
12-6 / 18-9
Air-water Heat Pump
12.0 â 17.9kW
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION
English
NOTICE D’INSTALLATION
Français
INSTALLATIONSHANDBUCH
Deutsch
ISTRUZIONI INSTALLAZIONE
Italiano
INSTRUCCIONES DE INSTALACIÓN
Español
English
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CONTENTS
1. GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS......................................................................................................................................................... 3
1.1. SAFETY DIRECTIONS........................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 3
1.2. WARNING.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3
1.3. EQUIPEMENT SAFETY DATA............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 4
2. INSPECTION AND STORAGE............................................................................................................................................................... 5
3. WARRANTY....................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
4. CONTENTS OF PACKAGE.................................................................................................................................................................... 5
5. PRODUCT PRESENTATION.................................................................................................................................................................. 5
6. ACCESSORIES..................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
7. DIMENSIONS..................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
8. HANDLING......................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
8.1. NET WEIGHT...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
9. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS.............................................................................................................................................................. 7
9.1. PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
9.2. ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
9.3. OPTIONS COMPATIBILITY................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 7
9.4. OPERATING LIMITS........................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8
9.5. THERMODYNAMIC DOMESTIC HOT WATER PRODUCTION......................................................................................................................................................... 9
10. REFRIGERATION AND HYDRAULIC DIAGRAM................................................................................................................................ 10
11. INSTALLATION............................................................................................................................................................................... 10
11.1. SITING THE INSTALLATION.........................................................................................................................................................................................................10
11.2. CLEARANCE..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................11
11.3. ATTACHEMENT TO THE GROUND...............................................................................................................................................................................................11
12. HYDRAULIC LINKS......................................................................................................................................................................... 12
12.1. GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS................................................................................................................................................................................................12
12.2. STANDARD CIRCUITS...................................................................................................................................................................................................................13
12.3. WATER QUALITY...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................19
12.4. CONNECTION TO THE CENTRAL HEATING LOOP.....................................................................................................................................................................20
12.5. HEAT INSULATION........................................................................................................................................................................................................................20
12.6. FILLING THE SYSTEM WITH WATER...........................................................................................................................................................................................21
12.7. ELECTRONIC FLOW METER.........................................................................................................................................................................................................21
12.8. WATER FLOW REGULATION........................................................................................................................................................................................................21
13. WIRING DIAGRAM AND LEGEND................................................................................................................................................... 22
13.1. WIRING DIAGRAM.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................22
13.2. LEGEND.........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................22
14. ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS............................................................................................................................................................ 25
14.1. PHASE SEQUENCE AND CUT-OUT CONTROLLER.....................................................................................................................................................................25
14.2. PROGRESSIVE START-UP.............................................................................................................................................................................................................26
14.3. CONNECTIONS..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................27
15. DOMESTIC HOT WATER.................................................................................................................................................................. 29
15.1. CONNECTION TO THE CENTRAL HEATING LOOP.....................................................................................................................................................................29
15.2. DOMESTIC HOT WATER PRODUCTION MODES........................................................................................................................................................................30
15.3. DOMESTIC HOT WATER HEATING FUNCTION ACTIVATION.....................................................................................................................................................30
16. IN-LINE ELECTRIC HEATER............................................................................................................................................................. 31
16.1. ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS........................................................................................................................................................................................................31
16.2. OPERATING MODE.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................31
16.3. ELECTRIC HEATER FUNCTION ACTIVATION...............................................................................................................................................................................31
17. BOILER RELIEF............................................................................................................................................................................... 32
17.1. ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS........................................................................................................................................................................................................32
17.2. OPERATING MODES.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................32
17.3. BOILER RELIEF FUNCTION ACTIVATION....................................................................................................................................................................................32
18. DUAL ZONE.................................................................................................................................................................................... 33
18.1. ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS........................................................................................................................................................................................................33
18.2. ACTIVATING THE DUAL ZONE FUNCTION.................................................................................................................................................................................33
18.3. AMBIENCE TERMINAL.................................................................................................................................................................................................................33
19. COMMISSIONING........................................................................................................................................................................... 34
19.1. PRE-START CHECK LIST...............................................................................................................................................................................................................34
20. STARTING THE APPLIANCE............................................................................................................................................................ 35
20.1. USER INTERFACE..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................35
20.2. SIMPLIFIED START-UP PROCEDURE...........................................................................................................................................................................................37
20.3. OPERATING CHECK LIST..............................................................................................................................................................................................................42
21. FINAL TASKS................................................................................................................................................................................. 43
22. IN CASE OF WARRANTY - MATERIAL RETURN PROCEDURE.......................................................................................................... 43
23. ORDERING SERVICE AND SPARE PARTS ORDER............................................................................................................................ 43
24. MAINTENANCE.............................................................................................................................................................................. 44
24.1. SERVICING CHECKLIST.................................................................................................................................................................................................................44
25. ALARM LIST AVAILABLE ON THE AQU@‌SCOP HT DISPLAY............................................................................................................ 46
26. FAULTY DIAGNOSIS GUIDE............................................................................................................................................................. 53
POWER
SUPPLY MUST BE
SWITCHED OFF
BEFORE STARTING WORK IN THE
ELECTRIC CONTROL BOX
1. GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS
Please read the following safety precautions very carefully before installing the unit.
1.1. SAFETY DIRECTIONS
Follow the safety rules in forces when you are working on your appliance.
The installation, commissioning and maintenance of these units should be performed by qualified personnel
having a good knowledge of standards and local regulations, as well as experience of this type of equipment.
This appliance has not been designed for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensorial
or mental faculties or by persons without any experience or knowledge of heating systems, unless they act
under the safety and supervision of a responsible person or have received prior training concerning the use
of the appliance.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
The unit should be handled using lifting and handling equipment appropriate to the unit's size and weight.
Any wiring produced on site must comply with the corresponding national electrical regulations.
Make sure that the power supply and its frequency are adapted to the required electric current of operation,
taking into account specific conditions of the location and the current required for any other appliance
connected to the same circuit.
The unit must be EARTHED to avoid any risks caused by insulation defects.
It is forbidden to start any work on the electrical components if water or high humidity is present on the
installation site.
1.2. WARNING
Cutoff power supply before starting to work on the appliance.
When making the hydraulic connections, ensure that no impurities are introduced into the pipe work.
The manufacturer declines any responsibility and the warrantly becomes void if these instructions are
not respected.
If you meet a problem, please call the Technical Department of your area.
If possible, assemble the compulsory or optional accessories before placing the appliance on its final location.
(see instructions provided with each accessory).
In order to become fully familiar with the appliance, we suggest to read also our Technical Instructions.
The information contained in these Instructions are subject to modification without advance notice.
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1.3. EQUIPEMENT SAFETY DATA
Safety Data
R407C
Toxicity
Low
In contact with skin
Liquid splashes or sprays may cause freeze burns. Unlikely to be hazardous by skin absorption.
However, R407C may be slightly irritant and, if liquid, it has a strong degreasing effect. Flush contaminated skin
areas with running water. If it comes into contact with fabrics, the liquid refrigerant will cause them to freeze
and adhere to the skin. Carefully remove the contaminated clothing since it might adhere to the skin and cause
freeze burns. Contact a doctor if the affected skin areas are reddened or irritated.
In contact with eyes
Vapours have no effect. Liquid splashes or sprays may cause freeze burns. In these cases rinse your eyes with
running water or with a solution for eye lavages for at least 10 minutes. Immediately contact a doctor.
Ingestion
Very unlikely to occur. If this should be the case, it may cause freeze burns. Never induce vomiting.
Keep the patient awake. Make him rinse his mouth with running water and make him drink about 1/4 of a litre.
Immediately contact a doctor.
R407C: High concentration levels of its vapours in the air can produce an anaesthetic effect, including the loss of
consciousness. Particularly severe exposures may cause heart arrhythmia and sometimes prove to be also fatal.
Inhalation
At high concentrations there is a danger of asphyxia due to a reduced oxygen content in the atmosphere.
In these cases take the patient to the open air, in a cool place and keep him at rest. Administer oxygen, if
required. Apply artificial respiration if breathing has ceased or if it has become irregular. In case of heart failure
immediately apply cardiac massage. Immediately contact a doctor.
A symptomatic and supportive therapy is generally suitable. A heart sensitisation has been observed in some
as a result of exposures to particularly high concentrations. In the presence of catecholamines (such
Further Medical Advice cases,
as for example adrenaline) in the blood flow, it has increased the irregularity of the cardiac rhythm and then
caused the heart failure.
Long-term exposure
R407C: A lifetime study which has been conducted on the effects inhalation may have on rats at 50,000 ppm
has shown the onset of benign tumours of the testicle. These remarks suggest that there is no danger for
human beings if they are exposed to concentrations below the occupational limits or equal to them.
Occupational exposure R407C: Recommended limits: 1,000 ppm v/v
8 hours TWA.
limits
Stability
R407C: Not specified.
Conditions to avoid
Use in the presence of exposed flames, red heat surfaces and high humidity levels.
Hazardous reactions
Possibility of violent reactions with sodium, potassium, barium and other alkaline substances.
Incompatible materials: magnesium and all the alloys containing over 2% of magnesium.
Hazardous
decomposition
products
R407 C: Halogen acids deriving from thermal decomposition and hydrolysis.
General precautions
Avoid the inhalation of high concentrations of vapours. The concentration in the atmosphere shall be kept at the
minimum value and anyway below the occupational limits. Since vapours are heavier than air and they tend to
stagnate and to build up in closed areas, any opening for ventilation shall be made at the lowest level.
Breathing protection
In case of doubt about the actual concentration, wear breathing apparatus. It should be self-contained and
approved by the bodies for safety protection.
Storage Preservation
Refrigerant containers shall be stored in a cool place, away from fire risk, direct sunlight and all heat sources,
such as radiators. The maximum temperature shall never exceed 45°C in the storage place.
Protection clothes
Wear boots, safety gloves and glasses or masks for facial protection.
Behaviour in case of
leaks or escapes
Never forget to wear protection clothes and breathing apparatus. Isolate the source of the leakage, provided
that this operation may be performed in safety conditions. Any small quantity of refrigerant which may have
escaped in its liquid state may evaporate provided that the room is well ventilated.In case of a large leakage,
ventilate the room immediately. Stop the leakage with sand, earth or any suitable absorbing material. Prevent
the liquid refrigerant from flowing into drains, sewers, foundations or absorbing wells since its vapours may
create an asphyxiating atmosphere.
Disposal
The best procedure involves recovery and recycle. If this is not possible, the refrigerant shall be given to a
plant which is well equipped to destroy and neutralise any acid and toxic by-product which may derive from its
disposal.
Combustibility features R407C: Non flammable in the atmosphere.
Containers
If they are exposed to the fire, they shall be constantly cooled down by water sprays.
Containers may explode if they are overheated.
Behaviour in case of
fire
In case of fire wear protection clothes and self-contained breathing apparatus.
2. INSPECTION AND STORAGE
At the time of receiving the equipment carefully cross check all the elements against the shipping documents
in order to ensure that all the crates and boxes have been received. Inspect all the units for any visible or
hidden damage.
In the event of shipping damage, write precise details of the damage on the shipper’s delivery note and
send immediately a registered letter to the shipper within 48 hours, clearly stating the damage caused.
Forward a copy of this letter to the manufacturer or his representative.
Never store or transport the unit upside down. It must be stored indoors, completely protected from
rain, snow etc. The unit must not be damaged by changes in the weather (high and low temperatures).
Excessively high temperatures (above 60 °C) can harm certain plastic materials and cause permanent
damage. Moreover, the performance of certain electrical or electronic components can be impaired.
3. WARRANTY
The units are delivered fully assembled and tested.
Any modification to the units without the manufacturer’s prior approval, shall automatically render the
warranty null and void.
The following conditions must be respected in order to maintain the validity of the warranty:
²² Commissioning
shall be performed by specialised technicians from technical services approved by
the manufacturer.
²² Maintenance
²² Only
²² All
shall be performed by technicians trained for this purpose.
Original Equipment spare parts shall be used.
the operations listed in the present manual shall be performed within the required time limits.
THE WARRANTY SHALL BE NULL AND VOID IN THE EVENT
OF NON-COMPLIANCE WITH ANY OF THE ABOVE CONDITIONS.
4. CONTENTS OF PACKAGE
1 HEAT Pump Aqu@‌Scop HT
1 Documentation pouch
1 Water filter kit
1 stop cock
4 Anti-vibration pads
5. PRODUCT PRESENTATION
This range of air/water Aqu@‌Scop HT (High Temperature) appliances offers the special feature of producing
hot water at 65° C at outdoor temperatures between 0° C and -20° C, while guaranteeing a high COP.
Between 0°C and +42°C, the temperature of the hot water produced varies between 65°C and 55°C for the
Heating mode and is maintained at 60°C for the Domestic Hot Water (DHW) mode.
Consequently, this Aqu@‌Scop HT system is ideally suited to replace a traditional hot water boiler in producing
DHW without alterations to the rest of the system.
This technology uses two-stage compressors connected to a patented refrigeration circuit.
This technology ensures remarkably accurate "capacity supplied/heating needs" matching due to its ability
to run each compressor independently. Depending on the demand for heating capacity and the operating
temperature of heat emitters (i.e. radiators, etc.) the Aqu@‌Scop HT regulator selects either the small or
large compressor to operate on its own or in a two-stage mode.
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6. ACCESSORIES
²² Set
of stop cocks with pressure tap
²² Set
of 2 flexible pipes (length 1m)
²² Hydraulic
²² Sludge
connection kit
pot (decanting filter)
²² Domestic
hot water tank (300l)
²² Domestic
hot water plate exchanger kits for:
Wall-mounted electric tank (DHW outflow via the bottom)
Floor-mounted electric tank (DHW outflow via the top)
²² Directional
valve to be linked to the:
Domestic Hot Water function.
Boiler substitution function
Swimming pool function (with temperature probe kit)
²² 140
litre buffer tank
²² Anti-vibration
²² 6kW
pads (Anti-vibration mountings)
in-line electric heater
²² Dual
zone Under-floor / Radiator heating kit (modulating valve + electric control box + temperature
probe)
²² Dual
zone management kit for existing valve (electric control box + temperature probe)
²² Wired
programmable ambience terminal
²² Wireless
programmable ambience terminal
7. DIMENSIONS
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Accessory recommended for an
optimal functioning
SEE APPENDIX
8. HANDLING
Take care to avoid any rough handling or impacts when unloading and moving the appliance. Only push or
pull the appliance by its base. Place a safety wedge between the unit base and the fork lift truck to avoid
damaging the unit’s structure and casing.
The handles present on the appliance's panels are intended for the removal/refitting of the latter and must
not be used for handling the complete appliance (too heavy to be supported by the panels).
Wedge required along the
entire length of the unit.
Transit holes
Ø30mm
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8.1. NET WEIGHT
9. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
9.1. PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS
REFRIGERANT
Type
Factory charge
HYDRAULIC LINKS
Inlet water
Outlet water
WATER FLOW
Nominal
Minimum
Maximum
FANS
Fans (x2)
ACOUSTIC PRESSURE
Acoustic pressure – outdoor unit
12-6
14-7
18-9
R407C
g
SEE NAME PLATE
gas
gas
1" Female / Rotating nut
l/h
l/h
l/h
1030 / 1230
1480
880 / 1050
1260
1170 / 1390
1670
1" Female / Rotating nut
206W - 700tr/mn - 6000m3/h
dB(A)
65
65
65
This equipment contains fluorinated gas with greenhouse gas effects covered by the Kyoto agreement.
9.2. ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
SUPPLY VOLTAGE
Start-up current draw with limiter
Maximum current
Only Aqu@‌Scop HT
Aqu@‌Scop HT + accessories
SUPPLY VOLTAGE
Start-up current draw with limiter
Maximum current
Only Aqu@‌Scop HT
Aqu@‌Scop HT + accessories
A
12-6
14-7
400V / 3 Ph / 50Hz
18-9
< 60
A
A
12.2
13.2
15.2
15.5
16.5
18.5
A
< 45
A
A
25.7
27.2
/
29
30.5
/
230V / 1 Ph / 50Hz
9.3. OPTIONS COMPATIBILITY
The card µPC allows to install one or two options at most. The various possible configurations
are the following ones:
²² Domestic
²² Dual
hot water plate exchanger kits (SE4287)
zone kit (SE4288)
²² Boilier
relief (SE4289 or SE4290)
²² Electric
heater kit (SE4291 or SE4292)
²² Domestic
hot water tank (SE4290 or SE4291 or SE4293)
²² Dual
zone kit + boilier relief (SE4289)
²² Dual
zone kit + electric heater kit (SE4292)
²² Dual
zone kit + Domestic hot water tank (SE4293)
²² Domestic
hot water tank + boilier relief (SE4290)
²² Domestic
hot water tank + electric heater kit (SE4291)
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Aqu@‌Scop HT appliances are equipped with a 2-stage output system with a ratio of 1:2.
When heating needs are low and when the required outlet water temperature is below 55° C, only the
first stage is used at reduced capacity until the temperature balance point is reached. In other cases, the
Aqu@‌Scop HT operates at full capacity to supply heating needs until the chosen balance point is reached.
The outlet water temperature is automatically adjusted to the water rule (heating curve) up to a maximum
temperature of 65° C.
SINGLE /TWO STAGE OPERATING LIMITATIONS
70
65
60
Leaving water temperature setpoint (°C)
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9.4. OPERATING LIMITS
55
50
TWO
STAGE
45
SINGLE
STAGE
40
35
30
Two stage – min. entering water T.
25
Two stage – max. leaving water T.
20
Single stage – max. leaving water T.
15
10
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
Outdoor temperature (°C)
5
10
15
20
25
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9.5. THERMODYNAMIC DOMESTIC HOT WATER PRODUCTION
9.5.1. PERFORMANCE
Configuration
Outdoor temp.
PAC max. outlet temp.
Average capacity
DHW temperature
Time [min]
Initial temperature: 15°C
Time [min]
Initial temperature: 35°C
Configuration
Outdoor temp.
PAC max. outlet temp.
Average capacity
DHW temperature
Time [min]
Initial temperature: 15°C
Time [min]
Initial temperature: 35°C
Configuration
Outdoor temp.
PAC max. outlet temp.
Average capacity
DHW temperature
Time [min]
Initial temperature: 15°C
Time [min]
Initial temperature: 35°C
Tank capacity: 300l
12-6
C2 Compressor
C1+C2 Compressor
40
7
0
-10
60
60
65
65
9
5.5
10.6
9.3
56
58
58
58
min
97
163
85
98
min
49
87
45
53
°C
°C
kW
°C
14-7
C2 Compressor
C1+C2 Compressor
40
7
0
-10
60
60
65
65
11
7.1
13.6
12
54
57
56
57
min
72
124
63
73
min
35
65
32
38
°C
°C
kW
°C
18-9
C2 Compressor
C1+C2 Compressor
40
7
0
-10
60
60
65
65
13.3
8.3
16
14.1
53
56
55
56
min
60
103
52
61
min
28
53
26
31
°C
°C
kW
°C
The above performance figures are stated for a system with the Domestic Hot Water tank
accessory.
2.5
kPa
0.45
2
0.40
1.5
0.35
1
0.30
0.5
0
800
900
1000
1100
1200
1300
Water flow (l/h)
1400
1500
1600
1700
1800
Pressure loss
Pressure loss
The tank is equipped with a 2.5kW back-up heating element for single or three phase connection. The
performances obtained and stated in the above table are without back-up heating. For higher domestic
hot water temperatures or for Legionnaires disease protection treatment, the use of the back-up electric
heating resistances is required.
9.5.2. PRESSURE LOSS
DHW TANK
3-WAY-VALVE
300l
HEATING/DHW
kPa
0.25
0.20
0.15
0.10
0.05
0
800 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800
Water flow (l/h)
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10. REFRIGERATION AND HYDRAULIC DIAGRAM
SEE APPENDIX
11. INSTALLATION
The unit is not designed to withstand weights or stresses from adjacent equipment, pipe work
or constructions. Any foreign weight or stress on the unit structure could lead to a malfunction
or a collapse with dangerous consequences for personnel and property. In such an event, the
warranty shall be null and void.
11.1. SITING THE INSTALLATION
The outdoor unit must be installed outdoors with sufficient surrounding clearance to enable unobstructed
air circulation through the appliance and access for maintenance work.
11.1.1. PREVAILING WIND
In the case of the unit being sited in areas exposed to high winds, you must avoid the wind hitting the
fan blowing surface areas directly to avoid any risk of recycling cooled air. Exchanger fan operation can be
disrupted by strong winds, which can cause de-icing problems and fan malfunctions.
Unit operation depends on air temperature. Any recycling of air extracted by the fan lowers the
air intake temperature across the exchanger fins and alters the standard operating conditions.
The arrows show the direction of air circulation through the appliance. (Refer to the § ATTACHEMENT TO THE
GROUND, page 11).
11.1.2. CONDENSATE WATER MANAGEMENT
Depending on temperature and outdoor air humidity conditions, water vapour contained in the air can
condense on the finned heat exchanger and even form ice under low outdoor temperature conditions (around
< 5°C). This condensate water and defrosted water runs off via outlets provided under the exchanger. To
aid water run-off and avoid frozen water remaining in the appliance in winter, we recommend that it is
mounted at a height of around 10cm off the ground by installing the ant-vibration mounting kit. In this way,
condensate and defrosted water can run off freely and be absorbed into the ground or channelled to a basin
built under the appliance in order to protect the environment.
In areas where outdoor temperatures fall below 1°C, the system can be equipped with a condensate antifreeze protection system (e.g. a heated pipe sheath, Not supplied).
11.1.3. HOW TO REDUCE NOISE POLLUTION
In order to contain noise levels, we equip our appliances with quiet fans and encase the technical compartment
in sound-proofed panels. However, noise levels can be reduced even further by following a few installation
precautions:
²² Do
not install the appliance near a bedroom window. Avoid locating the appliance in a corner
(increased reverberated noise).
²² Install
²² Do
the rubber pads supplied or anti-vibration pads (available as an option) under the appliance.
not join the concrete slab supporting the appliance to the structure of the dwelling (structureborne noise transmission).
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When choosing the location for the appliance, take care to leave sufficient free clearance on all sides to
ensure easy access for maintenance work. The minimum free clearance dimensions indicated must be
observed to ensure both proper system operation and allow access for maintenance and cleaning.
A
B
C
D
E
F
REF.
DIMENSION
A
800mm
B
500mm
C
500mm
D
400mm
E
800mm
F
100mm
11.3. ATTACHEMENT TO THE GROUND
The appliance must be sited on a level and solid floor and preferably on a masonry surface.
AIR FLOW
517
1244
171
414
Vibration dampers must be fitted during
installation to overcome any risks of
vibration being transmitted due to direct
contact with a rigid support surface.
57
Unit mounting measurements are shown
on the drawing opposite. A slope of
1 cm/m should be created to assist
rainwater drainage.
1244.5
1%
THE UNIT MUST NEVER BE
INSTALLED ON A WALL BRACKET.
11.3.1. MOUNTING WITH ANTI-VIBRATION SUPPORTS
ANGLED FEET
PARALLEL FEET
The rear mounting foot has not
been designed to support the
weight of the unit on its own.
THE REAR FOOT MUST BE USED IN
ACCORDANCE WITH THE ASSEMBLY
ILLUSTRATED BELOW.
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11.2. CLEARANCE
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12. HYDRAULIC LINKS
When choosing and installing water pipes, you must consult and observe all current local standards,
regulations and instructions.
12.1. GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS
You must design the pipe network with the minimum number of bends and keep the number of changes in
height to the strict minimum. This will reduce installation costs and ensure optimum system performance.
The pipe network must include:
²² A vibration
elimination system (e.g.: link hoses available as an accessory) on all pipes connected to
the appliance in order to reduce vibrations and noise transmitted to the building fabric.
²² Stop
cocks to isolate the hydraulic circuit during maintenance.
²² Manual
²² A
or automatic bleed valves at the highest point on the water circuit.
suitable system for maintaining water pressure in the circuit (expansion tank).
²² The
installation of thermometers and pressure gauges on the heat exchanger inlet and outlet to
facilitate day-to-day controls and system maintenance.
12.1.1. ANTI-CLOGGING PROTECTION
To avoid any risk of foreign bodies entering the appliance and
to guarantee operating performance, WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND
THAT YOU INSTALL THE WATER FILTER ACCESSORY on the
Aqu@‌Scop HT inlet pipe.
When installing Aqu@‌Scop HT appliances in existing water circuits,
a sludge trap and a removable mesh filter should be installed
upstream of the appliance.
12.1.2. MINIMUM HEATED WATER VOLUME REQUIREMENTS – BUFFER TANK.
To ensure that the system operates correctly you must use suitably sized and properly routed pipes for the
hydraulic links between the Heat pump and the mains network.
The volume of water contained in the installation must be sufficient to avoid any possibility of the compressor
"short cycling", and to guarantee adequate compressor running times in order to provide optimum service
life and to ensure that de-icing cycles are performed properly.To ensure the Aqu@‌Scop HT functions
efficiently, available installation water volume must be:
200l < available water volume < 250l
When water circulation through heat emitters can be interrupted (thermostatic radiator valves closed) or the
heating supply halted, you must ensure that:
²² The
heat pump maintains its nominal water flow,
²² The
heat pump operates in a loop with a minimum available volume of 200 litres.
The use of a 3-speed circulation pump enables water flow through the appliance to be adapted to pressure
losses in the system. (Pump supplied set on Max position).
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12.2. STANDARD CIRCUITS
12.2.1. AQU@‌SCOP HT ONLY
Layout 1: Application without room by room regulation
This layout is recommended when the Aqu@‌Scop HT water flow is continuous and close to the nominal
value (no thermostatic valves).
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15
13
15. Safety valve
14. Bleed
13. In-line heater
12. Expansion tank
8. Recycling circulation pump
(optional)
7. Safety devices
6. Domestic Hot Water tank
5. 3-way valve – Domestic Hot Water
4. Relief valve
3. Filter or sludge trap
2. Buffer tank (optional)
1. Stop cocks
3
1
1
1
12
5
1
1
1
6
14
1
3
1
7
8
1
1
2
The buffer tank (2) provides extra circulating water volume to maintain the minimum volume.
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This layout is recommended for heating installations with wide operating water flow variations (radiator
thermostatic valves present in the system). We strongly recommend including the buffer tank (2) as it
guarantees that the heating loop capacity is higher than the minimum volume when the maximum number
of thermostatic valves are closed.
2
15. Safety valve
14. Bleed
13. In-line heater
12. Expansion tank
11. Flow regulating valve
9. Circulation pump
8. Recycling circulation pump
(optional)
7. Safety devices
6. Domestic Hot Water tank
5. 3-way valve – Domestic Hot Water
4. Relief valve
3. Filter or sludge trap
2. Buffer tank (optional)
1
3
1
1
12
5
11
1
1
6
1
1
3
1
1
7
8
1
9
4
13
14
15
1
The flow regulating valve (11) is used to balance the flow in heating mode and domestic hot water production
mode to always ensure optimum Aqu@‌Scop HT operation.
1. Stop cocks
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Layout 2: Application with room by room regulation
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This layout is also recommended for heating installations with wide operating water flow variations (radiator
thermostatic valves present in the system). Minimum system volume is guaranteed by a mixing tank (10).
Take care when calculating the volume of water in the installation and only take account of 50% of the
mixing tank's volume.
Example: For a useful volume of 100 litres the actual mixing tank volume will be 200 litres.
1
1
9. Circulation pump
15. Safety valve
14. Bleed
13. In-line heater
12. Expansion tank
11. Flow regulating valve
10. Mixing tank
7. Safety devices
6. Domestic Hot Water tank
5. 3-way valve – Domestic Hot Water
4. Relief valve
3. Filter or sludge trap
1. Stop cocks
3
1
1
1
5
12
11
1
8. Recycling circulation pump
(optional)
1
6
1
1
10
3
1
7
8
1
1 9
4
13
14
15
1
The flow regulating valve (11) is used to balance the flow in heating mode and domestic hot water production
mode to always ensure optimum Aqu@‌Scop HT operation.
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Layout 3: Application with room by room regulation
18. Non-return valve
15. Safety valve
14. Bleed
13. In-line heater
12. Expansion tank
11. Flow regulating valve
10. Mixing tank
9. Circulation pump
8. Recycling circulation pump
(optional)
7. Safety devices
6. Domestic Hot Water tank
5. 3-way valve – Domestic Hot Water
4. Relief valve
3. Filter or sludge trap
1. Stop cocks
1
3
1
1
12
1
1
18
6
5
1
1
11
1
1
10
1
7
1
3
1
1 9
8
4
13
14
1
15
1
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Layout 4: Domestic Hot Water (DHW) production by way of the plate exchanger kit for fitment on the
existing DHW tank
Example for a wall-mounted tank (DHW outflow via the bottom)
A different kit is required for a floor-mounted tank (DHW outflow via the top). Please refer to the corresponding
documentation.
12.2.2. AQU@‌SCOP HT AS A BOILER SUBSTITUTE
We recommend the fitting of a zone valve to avoid heat losses via the boiler when the Aqu@‌Scop HT is
working on its own.
All system devices should be of a suitable size to limit pressure losses.
Water flow within the heating circuit is normally driven by the circulation pump already present in the
installation (recommended solution) or by the Aqu@‌Scop HT's circulation pump. In this case, you must
ensure that the circulation pump generates sufficient water pressure.
17. Boiler
4. Relief valve
3. Filter or sludge trap
1. Stop cocks
11. Flow regulating valve
12. Expansion tank
7. Safety devices
1
1
3
1
6. Domestic Hot Water tank
10. Mixing tank
12
11
17
5
5. 3-way valve – Domestic Hot Water
10
1
1
1
6
1
1
9. Circulation pump
1
1
16
1
7
8
3
1
8. Recycling circulation pump
(optional)
4
9
1
16. 3-way boiler substitute valve
There is no need to replace the existing buffer tank on the circuit to take account of the small volume of
water added by the presence of the Aqu@‌Scop HT.
IMPORTANT: the hydraulic kit available as an option enables you to prepare the circuit for connection to the
Aqu@‌Scop HT in accordance with our recommendations. The hydraulic kit is available with or without zone
valves.
DO NOT FIT A BOILER SUBSTITUTE VALVE
²² WALL-MOUNTED GAS-FIRED BOILER with domestic hot water production and a single
circulation pump used for both heating and domestic hot water.
²² BOILER with a circulation pump.
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The Aqu@‌Scop HT manages a radiator zone (high temperature, zone 2) and an under-floor heating zone
(low temperature, zone 1) by way of an under-floor temperature outlet probe, a modulating 3-way valve
(230V 3 phase motor) and a water circulation pump for each zone.
21. Collector
20. Under-floor heating outlet
temperature probe (DZWT)
17. Boiler
7. Safety devices
6. Domestic Hot Water tank
4. Relief valve
3. Filter or sludge trap
1. Stop cocks
5. 3-way valve – Domestic Hot Water
12
1
3
1
1
5
8. Recycling circulation pump (optional)
16. 3-way boiler substitute valve
12. Expansion tank
11. Flow regulating valve
10
1
1
11
17
6
1
1
10. Mixing tank
1
1
21
1
3
9. Circulation pump (a: radiator / b:
under-floor heating)
9b
16
7
8
1
21
19
9a
20
19. Low temperature zone
(under-floor heating) 3-way
modulating valve)
Each zone can be controlled by a dedicated ambience terminal, which then enables the Aqu@‌Scop HT to
manage 2 independent water laws. When the radiators zone is not in operation, the Aqu@‌Scop HT switches
over automatically to the under-floor heating water law, and thereby optimises the seasonal COP for the
entire installation.
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12.2.3. AQU@‌SCOP HT – DUAL ZONE INSTALLATION (UNDER-FLOOR HEATING + RADIATORS)
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The water must be analyzed; the hydraulic network system installed must include all elements necessary
for water treatment: filters, additives, intermediate exchangers, drain valves, vents, check valves, etc.,
according to the results of the analysis.
The Aqu@‌Scop HTmust not run on a network with open loops, likely to cause incidents related to
oxygenation, or with non treated table water.
Using improperly treated or non treated water in the Aqu@‌Scop HT may cause scaling, erosion, corrosion
or algae or sludge deposits in the exchangers. Refer to a specialist skilled in water treatment to determine
any treatment to apply. The manufacturer will not be held liable for damages caused when non treated or
improperly treated water, demineralized water, salty water or sea water are used.
Apply the following guidelines :
²² No
NH4+ ammonium ions in the water, highly detrimental to copper. <10mg/l
²² Cl-
chloride ions are detrimental to copper with a risk of puncture by picking corrosion. <10mg/l.
²² SO42²² No
sulphate ions may cause perforating corrosion. < 30mg/l.
fluoride ions (<0.1 mg/l)
²² No
Fe2+ and Fe3+ ions, particularly in case of dissolved oxygen. Fe< 5mg/l with dissolved oxygen
< 5mg/l. The presence of these ions with dissolved oxygen indicates corrosion of steel parts, likely
to generate corrosion of copper parts under Fe deposits, particularly in the case of multitubular
exchangers.
²² Dissolved
silica: silica is an acid element of water and may also cause corrosion. Content < 1mg/l.
²² Water
hardness: TH > 2.8K. Values between 10 and 25 may be recommended. This facilitates scaling
deposits likely to limit copper corrosion. Excess TH values may lead to clogging the pipes.
²² TAC<100
²² Dissolved
oxygen: Prevent any sudden change in the water's oxygenation conditions. Also, avoid
deoxygenating water by sparging inert gas as well as overoxygenating it by pure oxygen sparging.
Disturbing oxygenation conditions destabilizes copper hydroxides and particle salting-out.
²² Electrical
Resistivity - Conductivity: The higher the resistivity, the slower the corrosion. Values above
3000 ohm/cm are preferred. A neutral environment favours maximum resistivity. For electrical
conductivity, values around 200-600 S/cm can be recommended.
²² pH:
neutral pH at 20°C (7 < pH < 8)
If the water circuit is to be drained for a time exceeding one month, the circuit must be fully
charged with nitrogen to prevent any risk of corrosion by differential venting.
The manufacturer is not liable for recommendations in terms of water treatment (call a specialized
company).
However, this matter has a critical nature, and particular care must be given to ensure that the type
of treatment applied is effective.
The liability of the manufacturer or its representative will not be sought when non treated water
or non compliant quality water is used.
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12.3. WATER QUALITY
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12.4. CONNECTION TO THE CENTRAL HEATING LOOP
You must check water tightness and the cleanliness of the installation before connecting the Aqu@‌Scop HT .
For the Aqu@‌Scop HT 's WATER INLET and OUTLET connections, you must install manual stop cocks with
the same diameter as the main pipe work. This will enable maintenance work to be carried out on the
Aqu@‌Scop HT without having to bleed the entire system.
A link valve with pressure tap kit is available.
The Aqu@‌Scop HT must be protected by a water filter. When connecting this device to the Aqu@‌Scop HT ,
take care to keep the water filter sieve pointing downwards. A sludge trap should be fitted in the event of
high sludge build-ups.
AN EXPANSION TANK ADAPTED TO THE VOLUME OF WATER IN THE INSTALLATION MUST BE
INSTALLED.
It is important to ensure that the mains water supply pressure is sufficient to fill the installation.
THE MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY IS VOID IF THE FILTER SUPPLIED WITH THE AQU@‌SCOP HT IS
NOT INSTALLED TO PROTECT THE APPLIANCE
WARNING!
Take care not to damage the hydraulic pipe links by applying too much tightening pressure. Use a second
wrench to compensate for the tightening torque.
You should always use a counter-wrench for
tightening valves.
12.5. HEAT INSULATION
To guarantee proper energy efficiency and compliance with current standards, water pipes passing through
uninhabited zones should be properly lagged to retain heat.
To achieve correct insulation with conductivity of 0.04 W/mK, lag the pipes with insulating material with a
radial thickness between 25mm and 30 mm.
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Once the installation is complete and after having clean and rinsed out the circuit network, you must fill
the water circuit in accordance with current professional standards until you obtain the service pressure
which will be:
0.5 bar < P. service < 2.5 bars.
The Aqu@‌Scop HT is equipped with an electronic water pressure sensor. This can be viewed on the main P1
screen on the display, as well as on the Maintenance screens.
The water supply should come either from the mains network or from the
Heat Pump or from any other point on the installation.
Check that the automatic bleed valve operates correctly.
You must completely bleed the circuit of all air to ensure efficient operation.
Close the inlet water valve once the hydraulic circuit is filled correctly.
12.7. ELECTRONIC FLOW METER
The condenser water circuit is equipped with a vortex effect electronic flow
meter. This device provides real-time readings of the installation's water flow
and reassurance that this flow is adequate before starting the unit.
The appliance is also equipped with a group of safety devices including a
valve set at 3 bars, and a manual relief valve.
12.8. WATER FLOW REGULATION
Water flow can be viewed on screen P2 as well as on the Maintenance screens.
Use the water circulation pump speed selector to adjust the flow in the installation at the recommended
nominal value (Refer to the § PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS, page 7). Pressure drop of the installation
must be situated in the circulator operating range.
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12.6. FILLING THE SYSTEM WITH WATER
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13. WIRING DIAGRAM AND LEGEND
13.1. WIRING DIAGRAM
13.2. LEGEND
SEE APPENDIX
N 802
SE 4213 Aqu@‌Scop HT 12-6
Power
1-Phase
230V +/-10% 50Hz
SE 4214 Aqu@‌Scop HT 12-6
Control
1-Phase
230V +/-10% 50Hz
SE 4215 Aqu@‌Scop HT 14-7
Power
1-Phase
230V +/-10% 50Hz
SE 4216 Aqu@‌Scop HT 14-7
Control
1-Phase
230V +/-10% 50Hz
SE 4217 Aqu@‌Scop HT 12-6/14-7
Power
3-Phases
3N~400V +/-10% 50Hz
SE 4218 Aqu@‌Scop HT 12-6/14-7
Control
3-Phases
3N~400V +/-10% 50Hz
SE 4219 Aqu@‌Scop HT 18-9
Power
3-Phases
3N~400V +/-10% 50Hz
SE 4220 Aqu@‌Scop HT 18-9
Control
3-Phases
3N~400V +/-10% 50Hz
13.2.1. POWER SUPPLY
Terminal connections:
230V +/-10% 50Hz
3N~400V +/-10% 50Hz
²² L :
phase
²² L1
(L1) : phase
²² N :
neutral
²² L2
(L2) : phase
²² L3
(L3) : phase
²²
 : ground
²² N
(N) : neutral
²²
 : ground
This supply comes from a CIRCUIT BREAKER or a FUSE HOLDER equipped with aM type fuses supplied by the
installer. Fuse sizes are indicated on the chart on the following page.
The appliance's electrical installation and wiring must comply with the country's current standards.
13.2.2. WIRING DIAGRAM KEY DESCRIPTIONS
FT1/2 : M1/2 compressors thermo-magnetic relay (three phase models)
FF1/2 : M1/2 compressors protection fuse carrier (single phase models)
KM1/2 : M1/2 compressors power contactor or relay
M1/2 : Compressors
CM1/2 : M1/2 compressors capacitors (single phase models)
AS1/2 : "Soft START" starter
R1/2 : Sump resistance
OF1/2 : Air exchanger fan motor
KOF1 : OF1 fan motor relay
FOF1/2 : OF1/2 motors internal safety
COF1/2 : OF1/2 motors capacitors
CF : OF1/2 fan motor variator
RAG : anti-freeze resistance
TAG : anti-freeze thermostat
FFC : Control circuit protection fuse carrier
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µPC : Controller
FT1/2 : Thermo-magnetic relays ancillary contacts for M1/2 compressors
HP : Automatic reset high pressure switch
EEV : Electronic pressure relief valve
IHP : Intermediate high pressure switch
DHP : De-icing high pressure switch
RV : 4-way cycle changeover valves
ISV : Injection valve
DRV : De-icing valve
ESV : Oil equalization valve
EP : Pressure transducer (evaporation pressure)
OCT : De-icing temperature probe (evaporator inlet)
OAT : Outdoor temperature probe
CDT : High discharge temperature
CST : Evaporation temperature probe
FFT : T1 transformer protection fuse (24V secondary circuit)
T1 : Ambience terminal 230/24V power supply transformer
WFL : Flow meter (water flow measurement)
WPR : Water pressure sensor
WP : Water pump
KWP : WP water pump relay
EWT : Inlet water temperature probe
LWT : Outlet water temperature probe
13.2.2.1. OPTIONS
DZ WP/2 : Dual zone water pumps
DZ MV : Dual zone mixer valve
AEH1 : Backup electric heating (Stage 1)
AEH2 : Backup electric heating (Stage 2)
BOILER : Hot water boiler (ON dry switch)
DHW WP : Domestic Hot Water circulation pump (kit with plate exchanger)
DHW V : Domestic Hot Water 3-way valve
DHW EH : Domestic Hot Water tank electric heating resistance
BR V : Substitute Boiler 3-way valve
DZWT : Dual zone water temperature probe (Under-floor heating outlet)
DHWT : Domestic hot water temperature probe
SPWT : Swimming pool water temperature probe
ON/OFF : Remote ON/OFF switch (Summer/Winter parameter settings)
LS : Off-peak hours electricity contact (DHW)
EMH : Backup heating switch (electric heater and boiler substitution)
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KA1 : Phase sequence and cut-out control module (three phase models)
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13.2.3. CONTACTOR FUSE RATINGS, NOMINAL CURRENTS SETTINGS (CLASS AC3/AC1)
Supply voltages
Only Aqu@‌Scop HT
General protection fuse rating (not supplied) aM type (1)
Fuse ratings
FFC
aM type
FFT
T type
Thermo-magnetic cut-out switch
FT1
Plage
Réglage
FT2
Plage
Réglage
Contactors
KM1
KM2
Supply voltages
Only Aqu@‌Scop HT
General protection fuse rating (not supplied) aM type (1)
Fuse ratings
FF1
aM type
FF2
aM type
FFC
aM type
FFT
T type
Contactors
KM2
3N~400V +/-10% 50Hz
12-6
14-7
18-9
16A
16A
20A
6A
6A
6A
1.6A
1.6A
1.6A
9 - 14A
9 - 14A
9 - 14A
10A
11A
13A
4 - 6.3A
4 - 6.3A
4 - 6.3A
4.2A
5.1A
5.6A
12A
12A
/
9A
9A
9A
230V +/-10% 50Hz
12-6
14-7
32A
32A
25A
25A
12A
16A
6A
6A
1.6A
1.6A
12A
/
(1) These values are provided for information purposes only and must be checked and adjusted in relation to
currently applicable standards. They vary depending on the type of installation and the choice of conductors.
14. ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
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WARNING
Before carrying out any work on the equipment,
make sure that the electrical power supply is
disconnected and that there is no possibility
of the unit being started inadvertently.
Non-compliance with the above instructions
can lead to injury or death by electrocution.
The electrical installation must be performed by a fully qualified electrician, and in accordance with local
electrical standards and the wiring diagram corresponding to the unit model.
Any modification performed without our prior authorisation may result in the unit’s warranty being declared
null and void.
The power supply cable section must be sufficient to provide the appropriate voltage to the unit’s power
supply terminals, both at start-up and under full load operating conditions.
The use of under-sized power supply cables can lead to major losses of around 100W to 200W.
The power supply cable shall be selected in accordance with the following criteria:
1.Power supply cable length.
2.Maximum unit starting current draw – the cables shall supply the appropriate voltage to the unit
terminals for starting.
3.Power supply cables’ installation mode.
4.Cables’ capacity to transport the total system current draw.
Short circuit protection shall be provided. This protection shall comprise fuses or circuit breakers with high
breaking capacity, mounted on the distribution board.
If the planned installation includes an ambience terminal, the latter must be connected with shielded cable
which must not run through the same conduits as the power supply cables, as the possible voltage generated
could cause a unit operating fault.
14.1. PHASE SEQUENCE AND CUT-OUT CONTROLLER
VERY IMPORTANT:
3N~400V-50HZ
The outdoor unit is equipped as standard with a phase sequence and cut-out controller located in the
electrical box.
THE LED’s INDICATE THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:
Green LED = 1
Green LED = 1
Green LED = 0
Yellow LED =1
Yellow LED =0
Yellow LED =0
Power ON
Phase inversion or phase
absent (L1)
Phase absent (L2 or L3)
The compressor
direction is correct.
rotation
The compressor and the fans
do not start.
The compressor and the fans
do not start.
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14.2. PROGRESSIVE START-UP
3N~400V-50HZ
The Aqu@‌Scop HT 18-9 is equipped with a progressive starter
(soft start) for the C1 compressor. The starter is situated in the
electrical box of the outdoor unit and marked "AS1".
Start slope
It is important to check the following settings:
²² Start
slope
1s
²² Stop
slope
0s
²² Minimum
starting voltage
Stop slope
Minimum
starting
voltage
60%
230V +/-10% 50Hz
IMPORTANT :
The compressors are equipped with a soft starter. The starter is situated in the electrical box of the outdoor
unit and marked "AS1/2".
THE LED’s INDICATE THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:
Green
diode
Red diode Meaning
On
Off
Off
Off
Flashing
Off
Recommended action
No fault
Check the power supply to the PAC.
No supply voltage present Check the condition of the 230V
protection fuse. Replace the fuse if it
at starter terminals.
has melted.
Measure the compressor starter
supply voltage at rest. Cut the power
Insufficient supply voltage supply to the PAC and check whether
(compressor stopped).
or not the fault reappears. Refer to
the following cause in the event of
repeated failure.
Defective starter power
supply component.
Cut the power supply to the PAC. If the
fault persists, replace the starter.
Check the mains supply voltage at
rest. Contact the electricity supplier if
< 207V.
On
Flashing
twice
Comments
Insufficient compressor
starting voltage (<190V).
With the compressor running, check
the mains supply voltage and the
starter output voltage. In the event of
major voltage drop, check the diameter
of the PAC power supply cable. As
a last resort, contact the electricity
supplier.
The alarm resets itself automatically
after 5 min. If the fault re-occurs
during the next start-up procedure,
the compressor seizes and the power
supply has to be disconnected to reset
it.
Force the compressor to start several
times and check whether it is a oneoff or recurring fault.
On
Flashing 3
times
Excessive compressor
starting current.
The alarm resets itself automatically
after 5 min. If the fault re-occurs
If the fault persists, when the
during the next start-up procedure,
compressor is running, check for
the compressor seizes and the power
normal current draw. In the event of
supply has to be disconnected to reset
excessively-high current draw, replace it.
the compressor.
Starter fault. Replace the starter.
On
Flashing 4
times
On
Flashing 5
times
Starter internal condenser
Incomplete or defective
compressor starting
sequence
Replace the starter.
The alarm resets itself automatically
after 5 min. If the fault re-occurs
during the next start-up procedure,
the compressor seizes and the power
In the event of a persistent fault, check supply has to be disconnected to reset
the compressor power supply cable.
it.
Force the compressor to start several
times and check whether it is a oneoff or recurring fault.
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14.3. CONNECTIONS
Remove the inspection cover to gain access to the electrical connection box.
Pass the power supply cable through the cable passage provided on the appliance.
Install end fittings suitable for the cable section to ensure a good contact. Make the connections as shown.
14.3.1. MAINS POWER SUPPLY
A circuit breaker or fuse holder ( not supplied ) must be installed on the main power supply of the unit in
accordance with the circuit diagram; for the ratings, refer to the electrical specifications.
MAINS POWER
SUPPLY
ELECTRICAL CABLE
PASSAGE
MAINS POWER SUPPLY
INSPECTION
COVER
3N~400V-50HZ
N
N L1 L1 L2 L3
230V +/-10% 50Hz
N
N
L
L
MAINS POWER SUPPLY
230V
MAINS POWER
SUPPLY 400V
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14.3.2. AMBIENCE TERMINAL
2
separate
cables
for
power supply (24V) and
communication (A-B-GND).
Power supply 24V:
Single pair cable: 1 mm²
AMBIENCE TERMINAL
CONNECTION
COMMUNICATION
POWER SUPPLY
COMMUNICATION
POWER SUPPLY
{
{
{
{
GND
A
B
24V AC
24V AC
GND
A
B
24V AC/1
24V AC/2
Communication:
Shielded twisted single pair
cable with screen 0.33 mm²
to 0.5mm² (AWG 20/22)
15. DOMESTIC HOT WATER
15.1. CONNECTION TO THE CENTRAL HEATING LOOP
An On-Off 3-way valve directs hot water produced by the Aqu@‌Scop HT to either the heating circuit or
the domestic hot water tank. Hydraulic connections must be made in accordance with the circuit layout
diagrams provided.
Warning: You must ensure that the 3-way valve orifices (marked A, B and AB) are connected correctly to the
circuit in order for the valve to operate in accordance with the electrical diagram provided.
15.1.1. 3-WAY HEATING / DOMESTIC HOT WATER VALVE
Fit the valve in accordance with the flow direction marks etched on the valve.
THE CONNECTIONS MUST CORRESPOND EXACTLY WITH THE FLOW DIRECTIONS INDICATED ON THE LAYOUT
DIAGRAM FOR THE TYPE OF INSTALLATION.
Motor disengagement
AB
Aqu@‌Scop HT
A
B
HEATING
CIRCUIT
DOMESTIC HOT
WATER TANK
15.1.1.1. ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
DHW VALVE
Position the flow changeover
control in the Y1 position.
DHW TANK
DHW SENSOR
µPC
µPC
µPC
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15.2. DOMESTIC HOT WATER PRODUCTION MODES
The Aqu@‌Scop HT controller manages domestic hot water production in accordance with the following
operating modes:
²² PERMANENT
COMFORT MODE
Domestic hot water production has priority over heating except when the ambiance temperature /
set temperature difference is greater than 2° C (Maximum one hour).
Example: Set temperature = 20°C, Ambience < 18°C
²² ECONOMY MODE
Domestic hot water is produced during off-peak hours (dry contact) or in accordance with times
programmed in the controller.
Option: Possibility to restart domestic hot water production outside off-peak hours if the water
temperature has reached a programmable minimum temperature.
²² IMMEDIATE
DOMESTIC HOT WATER PRODUCTION
The Aqu@‌Scop HT 's regulator enables domestic hot water production to be forced as required. At
the end of the cycle, the system returns to its usual operating mode.
The Legionnaires' Disease protection treatment managed by the Aqu@‌Scop HT 's controller is fully
programmable (frequency, temperature threshold, treatment length).
The PERMANENT COMFORT and ECONOMY modes place priority on thermodynamic heating. In the event of
excessive demand for Domestic Hot Water Temperature that does not permit the compressor(s) to operate,
the backup electric heating function is activated. In order to achieve energy savings, it is important to use
the lowest possible set temperature points.
We recommend:
Eco set temperature < Comfort set temperature < 53°C
15.3. DOMESTIC HOT WATER HEATING FUNCTION ACTIVATION
Power on screen
ESC
Main screens P1  P4
PROG
MAIN MENU
MP
ENTER
Screen Reference
ON/OFF-SUM/WIN
O0
HEAT CURVE
L1  L4
DOMESTIC HOT WATER
ES0  ES10
ROOM TERMINAL
TH0  TH3
ALARM LOG
H1  H2
OPERATING TIME
TM1  TM2
BOILER RELIEF
R0  R1
INSTALLATION MENU
ENTER
Password
ENTER
INSTALLATION MENU
WATER PUMP
WATER SETPOINT
DOMESTIC HOT WATER
ELECTRIC HEATER
BOILER RELIEF
DUAL ZONE
INSTALLATION CONFIG
MAINTENANCE
COMPRESSOR MNGT
MANUAL DEICING
MANUAL OUPUTS
NEW PASSWORD
MI
ENTER
Screen Reference
IE1 IE7
16. IN-LINE ELECTRIC HEATER
16.1. ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
SEE APPENDIX
16.2. OPERATING MODE
Operating parameters for these modes can be set via the display on the Aqu@‌Scop HT .
16.2.1. BOOST MODE
The backup electric heating offers additional capacity when the demand for heating is higher than the
capacity of the Aqu@‌Scop HT. The aim is to maintain occupant comfort, while favouring thermodynamic
operation for optimised performance.
The resistances are only activated below a certain outdoor temperature (values can be set for Stage 1, AEH1
and Stage 1+2, AEH1+AEH2) and only if the Aqu@‌Scop HT regulation system detects a lack of capacity in
compressor only mode (check on water temperature and ambient temperature).
Activation of the EMH Back-up switch on the heater switches the Aqu@‌Scop HT into Back-up mode.
16.2.2. BACK-UP MODE
As opposed to Booster mode, this mode operates only when the user activates the EMH Back-up switch
(this supposes an alarm on the Aqu@‌Scop HT ). Outdoor temperature conditions are overridden and priority
is no longer given to the thermodynamic mode but to the heating resistances that are nevertheless still
controlled by the Aqu@‌Scop HT .
16.3. ELECTRIC HEATER FUNCTION ACTIVATION
Power on screen
ESC
Main screens P1  P4
PROG
MAIN MENU
MP
ENTER
Screen Reference
ON/OFF-SUM/WIN
O0
HEAT CURVE
L1  L4
DOMESTIC HOT WATER
ES0  ES10
ROOM TERMINAL
TH0  TH3
ALARM LOG
H1  H2
OPERATING TIME
TM1  TM2
BOILER RELIEF
R0  R1
INSTALLATION MENU
ENTER
Password
ENTER
INSTALLATION MENU
WATER PUMP
MI
WATER SETPOINT
DOMESTIC HOT WATER
ELECTRIC HEATER
BOILER RELIEF
DUAL ZONE
INSTALLATION CONFIG
MAINTENANCE
COMPRESSOR MNGT
MANUAL DEICING
MANUAL OUPUTS
NEW PASSWORD
ENTER
Screen Reference
EH0  EH7
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17. BOILER RELIEF
17.1. ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
The boiler relief function uses the digital outputs of the in-line electric heater function to control the hot
water boiler ON/OFF switch (Boiler dry contact switch) as well as a 3-way valve output (230V BRV). A
switch should be wired to the ICS input to ensure operation in Back-up mode.
17.2. OPERATING MODES
Operating parameters for these modes can be set via the display on the Aqu@‌Scop HT.
17.2.1. BOOST MODE
Hot water boiler operation is only authorised below a certain set outdoor temperature value and the appliance
can also be placed in forced shutdown mode below a different outdoor temperature value. Just as the
electric heater, the Aqu@‌Scop HT continuously checks the water temperature and the ambient temperature
to optimise compressor operation and to only start the hot water boiler when absolutely necessary.
The Aqu@‌Scop HT can also be set to manage a heat curve on the hot water boiler higher than the
temperature set for the appliance (65° C maximum).
17.2.2. BACK-UP MODE
Activation of the EMH switch (to be wired by the installer) or the Back-up parameter, via the "Boiler Relief"
tab on the main menu of the Aqu@‌Scop HT display, switches the system into Back-up mode and both
outdoor temperature and ambient temperature conditions are overridden.
We strongly recommend the installation of the ambience terminal for effective operation
of the Boiler Relief function. In the absence of an ambience terminal the Aqu@‌Scop HT will
be unable to optimise hot water boiler operation and this will lead to unnecessary energy
consumption.
17.3. BOILER RELIEF FUNCTION ACTIVATION
Power on screen
ESC
Main screens P1  P4
PROG
MAIN MENU
MP
ENTER
Screen Reference
ON/OFF-SUM/WIN
O0
HEAT CURVE
L1  L4
DOMESTIC HOT WATER
ES0  ES10
ROOM TERMINAL
TH0  TH3
ALARM LOG
H1  H2
OPERATING TIME
TM1  TM2
R0  R1
BOILER RELIEF
INSTALLATION MENU
ENTER
Password
ENTER
INSTALLATION MENU
WATER PUMP
MI
WATER SETPOINT
DOMESTIC HOT WATER
ELECTRIC HEATER
BOILER RELIEF
DUAL ZONE
INSTALLATION CONFIG
MAINTENANCE
COMPRESSOR MNGT
MANUAL DEICING
MANUAL OUPUTS
NEW PASSWORD
ENTER
Screen Reference
IR0  IR4
18. DUAL ZONE
18.1. ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
SEE APPENDIX
18.2. ACTIVATING THE DUAL ZONE FUNCTION
Power on screen
ESC
Main screens P1  P4
PROG
MAIN MENU
MP
ENTER
Screen Reference
ON/OFF-SUM/WIN
O0
HEAT CURVE
L1  L4
DOMESTIC HOT WATER
ES0  ES10
ROOM TERMINAL
TH0  TH3
ALARM LOG
H1  H2
OPERATING TIME
TM1  TM2
BOILER RELIEF
R0  R1
INSTALLATION MENU
ENTER
Password
ENTER
INSTALLATION MENU
WATER PUMP
MI
WATER SETPOINT
DOMESTIC HOT WATER
ELECTRIC HEATER
BOILER RELIEF
DUAL ZONE
ENTER
Screen Reference
DZ1  DZ8
INSTALLATION CONFIG
MAINTENANCE
COMPRESSOR MNGT
MANUAL DEICING
MANUAL OUPUTS
NEW PASSWORD
You MUST install one room terminal per zone.
You must specify the type of emitter for each zone. Zone 1 corresponds to the
low temperature zone. Setting the Aqu@Scop HT controls the water output
temperature using the DZMV modulating valve and the DZWT temperature
sensor.
18.3. AMBIENCE TERMINAL
The double zone function requires the use of one ambiance terminal per zone. You must specify one address
per ambiance terminal.
²² Zone
1 : Address 1
²² Zone
2 : Address 2
CHANGING THE AMBIENCE TERMINAL ADDRESS FOR ZONE 2.
See the communicating ambiance terminal's installation manual (IOM WATTS 01-N-2ALL).
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19. COMMISSIONING
19.1. PRE-START CHECK LIST
Before commissioning the system, you must carry out a certain number of installation checks to ensure that
the appliance will operate in the best possible conditions. The following list of checks is not exhaustive and
only serves as a minimum reference guide.
19.1.1. VISUAL CHECK
1.Check free clearances around the unit, including the exchanger air intake and outlet, and access for
maintenance work.
2.Comply with the free clearance dimensions around the domestic hot water tank.
3.Check unit assembly in accordance with specifications.
4.Check presence and tightness of all screws and bolts.
5.Check the position of the rubber anti-vibration pads or the vibration-absorbing supports.
6.Check that the unit is level and that condensates drain freely away from the unit.
7.Check that there is no possibility of blown air being recycled through the fans due to wind exposure.
8.In arduous climates (sub-zero temperature, snow, high humidity), check that the appliance is raised
10 cm off ground.
9.Check that the ambience terminal is located correctly (frequently occupied area, 1.5 m above ground
level, etc.).
10. For refrigerant leaks in connections and components.
19.1.2. ELECTRICAL CHECK
1.Electrical installation has been carried out according to unit wiring diagram and the Supply Authority
Regulations.
2.Size fuses or circuit breaker has been installed at the main power supply.
3.Supply voltages as specified on unit wiring diagram.
4.Check the tightness of wire to component connections.
5.the cables and wires are clear of or protected from pipework and sharp edges.
6.Check the electrical grounding of the appliance.
19.1.3. HYDRAULIC CHECK
1.Check that the external water circuit components (pumps, user equipment, filters, expansion tank
and reservoir if supplied) have been correctly installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s
recommendations and that the water inlet and outlet connections are correct.
2.Check the presence, direction and position of the water filter upstream of the appliance. Rinse the
filter after the first 2 hours of operation.
3.Check that the water quality complies with stated standards.
4.Check that the hydraulic circuit is filled correctly and that the fluid flows freely without any signs of
leaks or air bubbles.
5.Adjust the water flow in order to comply with the specifications. (Refer to the § WATER FLOW
REGULATION, page 21)
6.Check the presence and position of the stop cocks to isolate the appliance for maintenance.
7.Check the presence of the air bleed valve.
8.Check protection against freezing (heat isolation, antifreeze percentage if required...).
9.Check that the bleed valve in the appliance has been opened.
20. STARTING THE APPLIANCE
After checking all the electrical connections and making any rectifications as required, proceed with starting
up the installation.
20.1. USER INTERFACE
The terminal is a 6-button, 8-line x 22-character LCD model, which can display text in various sizes and
icons.
Alarm
Up
Prog
Enter
Escape
Down
20.1.1. KEYPAD
ALARM
ESC
: When you press the Alarm key (the red bell is apparent if an alarm is active), the
first active alarm is displayed on the screen and the screen buzzer is switched off (if
active). Use the UP/DOWN keys to view all the active alarms. Press the Alarm key
a second time to cancel all alarms that can be cancelled in this manner. Alarms that
remain active are still displayed. If no alarm is active, pressing the key returns the
system to the "NO ALARM ACTIVE" screen.
:
PROG
UP/DOWN
Moves to previous level in the menu arborescence. Press this to change an
analogue or integer variable, such as 34.5 for example (as opposed to a digital
variable such as Yes/No), to cancel the current change and return to the previous
menu. This function is very important if a parameter is changed by mistake.
:
From any screen, this key returns to the main menu. Just as the ESCAPE key, this key
cancels the current change.
:
These keys have several functions:
In a menu, they enable you to scroll through the list of available selections.
When the cursor is placed in the top left hand corner of the screen it is possible to
scroll through the screens available in this arborescence. Finally, these keys enable you to change the value of a parameter when the cursor
is placed on the parameter in question.
ENTER
: On those screens where it is possible to change one or several parameters, the
first press on the key moves the cursor to the first parameter on the screen. A
second press validates the current parameter and the cursor scrolls to the following
parameter until it returns to the upper left hand corner.
20.1.2. BACKLIGHTING
All the screen keys are backlit.
The ALARM key diode lights up when at least one alarm is active. The
main menu or in one of its sub-menus. The
backlighting.
,
,
and
key is lit when you are in the
keys light up along with the display
If no key is pressed during a 5 minute period, the display automatically reverts to the first main screen (P1)
and all backlighting is switched off.
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20.1.3. MENUS
The display comprises several menus. Some have unrestricted
access and one (the Installation menu) is password protected.
Power on screen
ESC
All the screens include a reference in the top right hand corner
to make it easier to navigate between the different menus.
Main screens P1  P4
PROG
MAIN MENU
MP
ENTER
Screen Reference
ON/OFF-SUM/WIN
O0
HEAT CURVE
L1  L4
DOMESTIC HOT WATER
ES0  ES10
ROOM TERMINAL
TH0  TH3
ALARM LOG
H1  H2
OPERATING TIME
TM1  TM2
BOILER RELIEF
R0  R1
INSTALLATION MENU
ENTER
Password
ENTER
ENTER
INSTALLATION MENU
WATER PUMP
Screen Reference
MI
C1 C5
WATER SETPOINT
CE1 CE2
DOMESTIC HOT WATER
IE1 IE7
ELECTRIC HEATER
EH0  EH7
BOILER RELIEF
IR0  IR4
DUAL ZONE
DZ1  DZ8
INSTALLATION CONFIG
CI1  CI6
MAINTENANCE
M1  M21
COMPRESSOR MNGT
CP1
MANUAL DEICING
D1  D2
MANUAL OUPUTS
S1  S6
NEW PASSWORD
NI1
20.1.4. ICONS
Outlet water set temperature, calculated from the heat curve parameters, the outdoor temperature, the ambience
set temperature and the variance between the set and the ambience temperature.
Compressor 1 (large) in operation - Flashing => Compressor in time delay
Compressor 2 (small) in operation- Flashing => Compressor in time delay
Fan 1 (upper) in operation
Fan 2 (lower) in operation
P1
Outlet water temperature
Inlet (return) water temperature
Aqu@‌Scop HT in Summer mode
Flashing: Countdown for de-icing
Fixed on: De-icing in progress
Circulation pump in operation
Instantaneous outdoor temperature
ref.
Dégiv.
P3
Reference outdoor temperature used by the Aqu@‌Scop HT (upper fan special management)
Evaporator inlet temperature (used for calculating the length of the de-icing time period).
Domestic hot water temperature (when the option is installed)
Aqu@‌Scop HT in domestic hot water production mode (flashing)
Electric heater Stage 1 in operation (flashing)
Electric heater Stage 2 in operation (flashing)
Hot water boiler in operation (flashing)
20.2. SIMPLIFIED START-UP PROCEDURE
20.2.1. MAIN SCREENS
On the Aqu@‌Scop HT display, after having checked the coherence of the temperature probes on the main
screens P1, P2 and P3, as well as effective communication with the ambience terminal, it is advisable to set
the heat curve parameters before starting the Aqu@‌Scop HT. The main screen P1 is accessible by pressing
several times. The main screen P1 also appears after 5 minutes of display inactivity.
the key
20.2.2. INSTALLATION CONFIGURATION
Power on screen
First of all, certain installation parameters must be configured via the "Config
installation" menu.
ESC
Main screens P1  P4
PROG
MAIN MENU
MP
ENTER
Screen Reference
ON/OFF-SUM/WIN
O0
HEAT CURVE
L1  L4
DOMESTIC HOT WATER
ES0  ES10
ROOM TERMINAL
TH0  TH3
ALARM LOG
H1  H2
OPERATING TIME
TM1  TM2
BOILER RELIEF
R0  R1
INSTALLATION MENU
ENTER
Password
ENTER
INSTALLATION MENU
WATER PUMP
MI
WATER SETPOINT
DOMESTIC HOT WATER
ELECTRIC HEATER
BOILER RELIEF
DUAL ZONE
INSTALLATION CONFIG
ENTER
Screen Reference
CI1  CI6
MAINTENANCE
COMPRESSOR MNGT
MANUAL DEICING
MANUAL OUPUTS
NEW PASSWORD
CI1 Configuration of the type of heating emitter: radiators or under-floor heating. Changing this parameter
automatically leads to changes in the water law parameters. It is very important to configure this
parameter before making any alterations whatsoever to the water law parameters and before starting
the Aqu@‌Scop HT for the first time.
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CI2
Outdoor temperature probe. This probe should not be installed
remotely.
CI3
Ambience terminal Activation/deactivation (Default setting: activated).
The temperature differential parameters in relation to the set ambient
temperature control the starting and stopping of the Aqu@‌Scop HT
in terms of ambient temperature (even though the water law is also
managed by ambient temperature conditions). As a default setting,
the PAC will stop at the set ambient temperature + 1°C and restart
at the set ambient temperature + 0.5°C (this enables the installation
to anticipate any drop in ambient temperature and avoid excessive
temperature fluctuations).
CI4
Configuration of the remote all or nothing ON/OFF input. Refer to the Indoor unit wiring diagram.
In ON/OFF configuration, this input enables the Aqu@‌Scop HT to be
stopped completely. When the boiler substitution function is activated,
switching to OFF automatically activates the boiler. It is possible to
configure this input as Normally Open or Closed (Default setting: NO).
In SUMMER/WINTER configuration, this input stops the Heating
function while maintaining the DHW function active (equivalent to
the ambience terminal switching to OFF). NO (Normally Open) or NC
(Normally Closed) configuration is also possible.
CI5
Refer to the § TIME AND DATE VERIFICATION, page 40.
CI6
Display buzzer authorisation in the event of an alarm (Default setting:
authorised).
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), use the
On the main menu (key
selection with the
/
arrows to highlight the "HEAT CURVE" menu. Validate this
key. This moves the display to the L1 screen. Use the
the following parameters:
Screen L1
and
/
keys to set
Altitude: Installation site altitude, in km (e.g. 0.5km equals 500m. Default
setting: 0).
Base outd. T.: Typical outdoor temperature for the installation region (Default
setting: -7°C).
Corr. Coef.: Correction Coefficient for the base of the slope. This is a simple
way of changing the water set temperature (Default setting: 0.8).
RADIATOR HEAT CURVE PARAMETERS
70
65
Base water SPT
Correction Coef. 0,5
Leaving water temperature setpoint (°C)
60
Correction Coef. 0,8
Correction Coef. 1,0
55
50
45
40
35
30
25
20
-15
-10
Base outd. T.
-5
0
5
10
15
20
Outdoor temperature (°C)
Screen L2
Losses at base Outdoor Temp : Estimated heat loss for the dwelling for an
ambient temperature of 20°C and a base outdoor temperature (e.g. -7°C).
This parameter is used to calculate the outdoor temperature that triggers
the change from small compressor mode to two-stage compressor mode.
This value is capped at the maximum capacity of the Aqu@‌Scop HT model in
question for this same outdoor temperature (Default value = Maximum value).
Water outlet temperature at -07°C Outdoor temperature : Outlet water
temperature required at the base outdoor temperature (-7°C for example) to have an ambient temperature
of 20°C (Default setting: 65°C).
Screen L3
Screen L4
Information screen for the outdoor temperature calculated automatically by
the Aqu@‌Scop HT . With the preceding default parameters, the value of 5.4°
C means that below an outdoor temperature of 5.4° C the Aqu@‌Scop HT will
start the large compressor or the two-stage compressor. Above 5.4° C the
Aqu@‌Scop HT will start the small compressor.
The value of the outdoor balance temperature displayed on L4 is the one
updated by the Aqu@‌Scop HT after running for some time, in the event that
the Aqu@‌Scop HT detects a lack of capacity with the small compressor.
Zero reset: This is required in the event of changes to the heat curve parameters
in order for the Aqu@‌Scop HT to register these changes. The parameter on
screen L3 is then recopied into screen L4.
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20.2.4. VERIFICATION OF COMMUNICATION WITH THE COMMUNICATING AMBIENCE TERMINAL
Screen TH1
By default, the ambience terminal is declared in the regulator. This means that
an alarm will be visible on the screen of the Aqu@‌Scop HT a few seconds
after the power supply is switched on, if the terminal is not connected. Proper
terminal operation can be checked on screens TH1 to TH3.
All the terminal parameters are accessible via the "Ambience Terminal" menu
in the main menu (key
Screen TH0
).
Screens: TH0 to TH3.
The screen TH0 appears when the terminal is deactivated (installation menu)
or disconnected. This screen provides access to a set temperature to facilitate
the inputting of water law offset values.
20.2.5. COMPRESSOR SUMP HEATER FUNCTION ACTIVATION
After the first power ON (compressors OFF), and for any outdoor air temperature, manually switch ON the
compressor sump heaters.
Before starting the compressors, the sump heaters must be powered On for at
least 2 hours in order to evaporate any liquid refrigerant that could be in the
compressors to ensure their lubrification at the first start-up.
Power on screen
ESC
Main screens P1  P4
PROG
MAIN MENU
MP
ENTER
Screen Reference
ON/OFF-SUM/WIN
O0
HEAT CURVE
L1  L4
DOMESTIC HOT WATER
ES0  ES10
ROOM TERMINAL
TH0  TH3
ALARM LOG
H1  H2
OPERATING TIME
TM1  TM2
R0  R1
BOILER RELIEF
INSTALLATION MENU
ENTER
Password
ENTER
INSTALLATION MENU
WATER PUMP
MI
WATER SETPOINT
DOMESTIC HOT WATER
ELECTRIC HEATER
BOILER RELIEF
DUAL ZONE
INSTALLATION CONFIG
MAINTENANCE
COMPRESSOR MNGT
MANUAL DEICING
MANUAL OUPUTS
ENTER
Screen Reference
S1  S6
NEW PASSWORD
20.2.6. TIME AND DATE VERIFICATION
The time and the date are used to manage the:
²² Alarm
²² The
log.
DHW Legionnaires Disease protection function.
When a communicating ambience terminal is connected to the Aqu@‌Scop HT, the time is automatically
updated in the regulator. The date is managed solely by the regulator. At commissioning, check:
date, screen P4. Update as required in the "Config installation" CI5
menu.
²² The
time (screen P4) if no ambient terminal is connected. Update as
required in the "Config installation" CI5 menu.
²² The
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In order to start, the Aqu@‌Scop HT must always be ON at the level of the appliance's display. In addition, the
ambience terminal must be in demand mode (when it is connected). To force the terminal to enter demand
with an ambience temperature set at 30° C.
mode, change it to Comfort mode
The appliance OFF function will always have priority and therefore you will never be able to start the
Aqu@‌Scop HT in this mode.
Screen O0
From the main menu, use the
/
arrows to highlight the "ON/OFF-
SUMMER/WINTER" menu. Validate this selection by pressing the
key. The
display moves to the O0 screen.
key twice to move the cursor to the GENERAL OFF parameter.
Press the
Screen O0
Use the
Press
/
arrows to change this parameter to ON.
to validate and then on the key
..
If the ambience terminal is in demand mode, and if no alarm is active and the water temperature condition
at least 7° C below set temperature
), the Aqu@‌Scop HT will start operating.
permits (inlet water
Normal Aqu@‌Scop HT operation is guaranteed with an appliance inlet (system return) water temperature
above 20° C.
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20.3. OPERATING CHECK LIST
20.3.1. GENERAL
Cheek for any unusual noises or vibration in the running components, particularly the fan drive system.
20.3.2. PHASE ROTATION PROTECTION
If the phase of the power supply are not correct, the phase rotation protection device will prevent the
machine from starting.
20.3.3. ELECTRICAL
20.3.3.1. OPERATING VOLTAGE:
Recheck voltage at unit supply terminals.
20.3.3.2. CONTROL
1.Verify all sensor inputs, using the controller display.
20.3.4. FAN & DRIVE
1.Check that the fans rotate freely, in a balanced manner without any rubbing.
20.3.5. COMPRESSOR AND REFRIGERATION SYSTEM
1.Checking operation: Start the Aqu@‌Scop HT . Check for any abnormal noises or vibrations.
2.After a few minutes operation, the evaporator outlet superheating should be:
3K (±1K) with C2 compressor operating on its own,
5K (±1K) with C1 + C2 compressors or C1 operating on its own.
(*)
* These checks can be performed at the time of commissioning with the help
of qualified technical personnel.
20.3.6. FINAL CHECK
1.All panels and fan guards are in place and secured.
2.Unit clean and free of remainder installation material.
21. FINAL TASKS
Place the plugs back on the valves and check that they are properly tightened.
If needed, fix the cables and the pipes on the wall with clamping collars.
Operate the Aqu@‌Scop HT in the presence of the user and explain all functions.
22. IN CASE OF WARRANTY - MATERIAL RETURN PROCEDURE
Material must not be returned without permission of our After Sales Department.
To return the material, contact your nearest sales office and ask for a "return form". The return form shall
be sent with the returned material and shall contain all necessary information concerning the problem
encountered.
The return of the part is not an order for replacement. Therefore, a purchase order must be entered through
your nearest distributor or regional sales office. The order should include part name, part number, model
number and serial number of the unit involved.
Following our personal inspection of the returned part, and if it is determined that the failure is due to faulty
material or workmanship, and in warranty, credit will be issued on customer's purchase order. All parts shall
be returned to our factory, transportation charges prepaid.
23. ORDERING SERVICE AND SPARE PARTS ORDER
The part number, the order confirmation and the unit serial number indicated on the name plate must be
provided whenever service works or spare parts are ordered.
For any spare part order, indicate the date of unit installation and date of failure. Use the part number
provided by our service spare parts, if it not available, provide full description of the part required.
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24. MAINTENANCE
The user is responsible for ensuring that the unit is in perfect working order and that the technical installation
and minimum annual maintenance operations have been performed by a qualified technician in accordance
with the procedures described in the present manual.
Some alarms can only be cancelled by switching the Aqu@‌Scop HT to OFF.
Generally, an alarm means that there is an anomaly present on the appliance. We strongly
recommend that you refrain from repeatedly resetting an alarm without rectifying its cause in
order to avoid the risk of causing irrevocable damage to one or several components.
Depending on actual operational constraints and regulatory changes, the installer might recommend
increased maintenance operations and more frequent inspections.
WARNING : Isolate unit from power supply before working on unit.
24.1. SERVICING CHECKLIST
Carry out a visual inspection of the complete installation in service.
24.1.1. OUTDOOR UNIT
1.Clean the outer panels.
2.Remove the panels.
3.Check that the insulation is not damaged. Repair as required.
24.1.2. CONDENSATE RECOVERY TRAY
1.Check that the drainage orifices are not blocked.
2.Eliminate all accumulated dirt.
3.Check that no traces of rust are present.
24.1.3. REFRIGERATION CIRCUIT
1.Check the absence of gas leaks.
A control of gas leaks absence should be performed on this device at least once a year, by a
qualified technician. Referred to national requirements for the frequency of such controls.
2.
Check that the copper tubes or the capillary tubes do not rub against any metal or vibrate.
3.Check that the compressors do not generate any abnormal noises or vibrations.
4.Check the compressor discharge temperature.
5.Check that the crankcase heater is energised during the OFF cycle. (Switch on manually if necessary)
24.1.4. FIN EXCHANGER
1.Clean the heat exchanger using a special product for aluminium-copper heat exchangers, and rinse
with water. Do not use hot water or steam, as this could cause the pressure of the refrigerant to rise.
2.Check for signs of wear on the fan bearings.
3.Verify the condition of the fans and the motors.
24.1.5. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
Les interventions dans les boitiers électriques sont réalisées pars des techniciens habilités.
1.Check that the main power supply cable is not damaged or altered in such a way as to affect the
insulation.
2.Check that the interconnecting cables between the two units are not damaged or altered, and that
they are correctly connected.
3.Check the tightness of the screw terminals.
4.Check the general tightness of all cable connections.
5.Perform a visual check of the condition of the contacts.
6.Inspect the relay contact surfaces and the contractors and replace them if necessary.
7.Check nominal current draw and the condition of the fuses.
8.Clean the control box with compressed air to remove any build-ups of dust or dirt.
9.Check the earth grounding connection.
24.1.6. PROTECTION DEVICES
1.Check the proper operation of the high pressure protection devices.
24.1.7. HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT
1.Check that the hydraulic circuit is filled correctly and that the fluid circulates freely without any sign
of leaks or air bubbles.
2.Inspect filter cleanliness.
3.Check water pressure and flow.
CAUTION
BEFORE CARRYING OUT ANY OPERATION ON THE EQUIPMENT, CHECK
THAT THE ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY IS SWITCHED OFF AND THAT IT
CANNOT BE SWITCHED ON INADVERTENTLY.
IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE DISCONNECT SWITCH BE PADLOCKED
English
Aqu@Scop HT V2 45
Manual
Manual
Manual
Manual
Leaving water
temperature sensor
Complete shutdown
disconnected or damaged
Outdoor temperature
sensor disconnected or
damaged
Domestic hot water
temperature sensor
DHW function stopped.
disconnected or damaged
Deicing temperature
Thermodynamic function
sensor (coil bend)
disconnected or damaged stopped completely.
AL02
AL03
AL04
AL05
Manual
Thermodynamic function
stopped completely.
Automatic changeover to C2
compressor
Manual (Aqu@‌SCop HT None
WARNING: De-icing
OFF via keypad)
impossible.
Automatic changeover to C1 Manual (Aqu@‌SCop HT None
compressor
OFF via keypad)
Outdoor fans fault
Compressor 1 / big
overload
Compressor 2 / small
overload
AL08
AL09
AL10
None
10 s
Manual
Radiator zone stoppage,
under-floor heating water
law, modulating valve
100% open.
Double zone temperature
sensor disconnected or
damaged
AL07
Seized water pump
Disconnected or faulty sensor
Possible cause(s)
Clean the filter.
Check water pump operation
Check the probe wiring, replace the
probe if faulty.
Recommended action(s)
Thermo-magnetic circuit breaker
tripped (three phase)
Thermo-magnetic circuit breaker
tripped (three phase)
Internal temperature protection cutout in one of the fans
Probe disconnected or faulty.
Reset the circuit breaker. Check that the
setting corresponds to specifications
Reset the circuit breaker. Check that the
setting corresponds to specifications
Reset the alarm after allowing the motors to
cool. Check which fan is overheating. Replace
the defective fan.
Check the probe wiring, replace the probe if
faulty.
Check the PAC's temperature difference in
Water flow too low or air in the system operation. Increase the flow (change the
water pump speed)
30s after start of Clogged water filter.
circulation pump
Manual
Lack of water flow,
freezing risk
AL06
10 s
10 s
10 s
10 s
10 s
Time delay
Complete stoppage and
forced water circulation
pump operation during
stoppage
Complete shutdown
Manual
Entering water
temperature sensor
Complete shutdown
disconnected or damaged
AL01
AQU@‌SCOP HT action Alarm cancellation
Alarm description
Ref.
English
46 Aqu@Scop HT V2
25. ALARM LIST AVAILABLE ON THE AQU@‌SCOP HT DISPLAY
Software version: 6.0
Some terms may differ depending on the software version.
Complete thermodynamic
function stoppage
Switchover to forced
Heating mode by changing
the adjustable ambient
temperature (Default
setting: 20° C)
Complete shutdown
Complete shutdown
Both compressor alarm,
unit stopped
Comm. loss PAC HT /
room terminal, heating
forced.
Phase inversion or one
phase missing
Deicing required,
compressor 1 / big not
available
AL14
AL16
AL17
AL18
None
Auto. If outdoor
conditions permit natural None
de-icing
Manual
Manual
Refer to the fault diagnosis guide in the
Installation and Maintenance Manual
Refer to the fault diagnosis guide
in the Installation and Maintenance
Manual
Clean the finned coil
Refer to the fault diagnosis guide in the
Installation and Maintenance Manual
Both compressors in Alarm mode
Defective internal regulator clock.
Two phases have been inverted or one
phase is missing. Refer to the Installation and
Maintenance Manual
Rectify the fault on the C1 compressor
Power supply fault detection by the
phase controller (three phase)
There is a fault on the large C1
compressor at a time when it is
required by the Aqu@‌SCop HT for
de-icing
Use shielded cable as recommended
Check the connections on the Aqu@‌SCop HT
and the terminal as well as the polarities (A
and B)
Deactivate it via the Aqu@‌SCop HT keypad
Find the cause of the alarm for each
compressor
Confirm the problem by switching the mains
power on several times.
Replace the Indoor unit regulator.
ncomplete de-icing (lack of refrigerant Check the amount of refrigerant charge
charge)
Coil blocked
Refer to the fault diagnosis guide
in the Installation and Maintenance
Manual
nominal water flow or bleed the
Water flow too low or air in the system Re-establish
system
Recommended action(s)
Possible cause(s)
Ambiance terminal is not connected
Variable
depending on
the cause of the One of the communication cables is
problem (clean disconnected
trip or trip due
to electrical
interference)
Too much interference on the
communication bus
Manual (Aqu@‌SCop HT None
OFF via keypad)
None
Information
Internal clock of the
controller faulty.
AL13
Manual
Manual (Aqu@‌SCop HT 60 s after
OFF via keypad) after at compressor
least 2 minutes stoppage start-up
Complete thermodynamic
function stoppage (no
manual reset ).
AL12
Low pressure lockout
High pressure lockout
AL11
Time delay
Manual (Aqu@‌SCop HT
OFF via keypad) after at None
least 2 minutes stoppage
AQU@‌SCOP HT action Alarm cancellation
Complete thermodynamic
function stoppage (no
manual reset ).
Alarm description
Ref.
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Auto. Alarm displayed
for 10 minutes for
information purposes
Auto. Alarm displayed
for 10 minutes for
information purposes
Manual
Manual (Aqu@‌SCop HT 90 s
OFF via keypad)
Deicing ended
abnormally by maximum De-icing stopped
duration
De-icing stopped
Thermodynamic function
stopped completely.
Thermodynamic function
stopped completely.
Automatic changeover to C2
compressor
Manual (Aqu@‌SCop HT 90 s
WARNING: De-icing
OFF via keypad)
impossible.
Automatic changeover to C1 Manual (Aqu@‌SCop HT 90 s
compressor
OFF via keypad)
Deicing ended
abnormally by leaving
water temp. < 10°C
Discharge temperature
too high
Deicing valve failure
Compressor 1 alarm by
controller, 2 successive
AL34
Compressor 2 alarm by
controller, 2 successive
AL35
AL22
AL23
AL25
AL27
AL28
AL29
None
None
None
Variable
2 deicings by evaporating Thermodynamic function
pressure < 0.6bar in 30
stopped completely.
minutes
Automatic after 30 min.
compressor operation. D
AL21
De-icing
Deicing by evaporating
pressure < 0.6bar
Time delay
AL20
AQU@‌SCOP HT action Alarm cancellation
Alarm description
Ref.
Recommended action(s)
Refer to fault diagnosis guide in the
Installation and Maintenance Manual
Probable cause: Faulty single phase
soft starter, compressor protection fuse
melted, excessively low supply voltage
or phase missing on the compressor.
Check valve wiring. Activate the Manual
controller outputs and check that the valve
operates. Replace the valve if the slide is
blocked or the coil is burnt out
De-icing valve fault detected
automatically by the control system.
Valve disconnected, inverted or
blocked
Fault detected automatically by the
system management (e.g. when the
Temp. difference is too low, indicating
that the compressor has not started)
Monitor to determine whether this fault is a
one-off incident. If not, check the overheating
value on the display (may be too high in the
event of outflow being cut off).
Check that there is sufficient water volume
in the system, as recommended in the
Installation and Maintenance Manual
Monitor the appliance to see if this fault is a
one-off occurrence, If not, check all possible
causes of poor de-icing (lack of refrigerant
charge)
Clean the fin exchanger.
Checked for leaks. Check the refrigerant
charge.
Cut out by the N°2 compressor outlet
temperature probe
Outlet water temperature during deicing has fallen below 10° C
De-icing has lasted over 10 minutes.
This is abnormal as de-icing usually
takes between 3 and 4 minutes
Outdoor temperature too low for
Aqu@‌Scop HT operation.
Ineffective de-icing, exchanger
blocked.
Refrigerant leak.
Outdoor temperature too low for
Aqu@‌Scop HT operation.
Evaporation pressure sensor defective Check the evaporation pressure value in
but undetected.
operation. Replace the sensor if necessary.
the values recorded by the Outdoor
Outdoor temperature or De-icing probe Check
and De-icing temperature probes. Replace the
defective but undetected.
probe if necessary.
Possible cause(s)
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48 Aqu@Scop HT V2
90 s
None
Compressor 2 alarm by Complete shutdown during
Automatic
controller (water DT < 7 minutes. 2 cut-outs
AL29
1°C)
Information
Information
--Information-- Back-up
heater Boiler/Electric
heater enabled
Water pressure < 0.5bar
in the heating circuit
AL35
INF36
AL39
Pressure > 1 bar for 5s. 10 s
Stop backup mode
90 s
Compressor 1 alarm by Complete shutdown during
Automatic
controller (water DT < 7 minutes. 2 cut-outs
AL28
1°C)
flow
AL34
AL33
Manual (Aqu@‌SCop HT 90 s
OFF via keypad)
Complete thermodynamic
function stoppage
AL32
DT > 20°C, low water
Entering/leaving water
sensors reversed
AL31
Manual (Aqu@‌SCop HT 90 s
OFF via keypad)
Automatic changeover to C2 Manual (Aqu@‌SCop HT 10 s
compressor
OFF via keypad)
Compressor reversing
valve failure
AL30
Complete shutdown
Automatic changeover to C2 Manual (Aqu@‌SCop HT 90 s
compressor
OFF via keypad)
Deicing problem
- Compressor 1 or
compressor valve
Time delay
AQU@‌SCOP HT action Alarm cancellation
Alarm description
Ref.
Check the compressor changeover valve
wiring. Activate the Manual controller outputs
and check that the valve operates. Replace
the valve if the slide is blocked or the coil is
burnt out
Invert the probes at the level of the
regulator. Check the probe values when the
compressor(s)is/are running.
Check that the water flow in the system is
always adequate (presence of thermostatic
radiator valves)
Clean the inlet water filter on the
Aqu@‌SCop HT
Alarm generated by the intermediate
pressostat. Compressor changeover
valve disconnected, blocked or coil
burnt out
Auto detection by checking whether
the water temperature probes are
inverted.
Insufficient water flow in the
circuit, flow too low for proper
Aqu@‌SCop HT operation
Insufficient water pressure in the
Heating circuit.
Activation of the EMH digital input of
the controller or backup mode through
the display for boiler relief
Add water to the heating circuit. Check proper
expansion tank operation.
Check for leaks on the Heating network.
Refer to fault diagnosis guide in the
Installation and Maintenance Manual
Probable cause: Faulty single phase soft
starter, compressor protection fuse melted,
excessively low supply voltage or phase
missing on the compressor
Check that C1 is operating correctly.
Check the compressor changeover valve
wiring. Activate the Manual controller outputs
and check that the valve operates. Replace
the valve if the slide is blocked or the coil is
burnt out
Zero temperature difference during deicing due to C1 compressor not starting
or non activation of the compressor
changeover valve. Impossible to
determine the cause of the blockage in
compressor C1 with certainty
Fault detected automatically by the
system management (e.g. when the
Temp. difference is too low, indicating
that the compressor has not started)
Recommended action(s)
Possible cause(s)
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None
None
Information
Complete thermodynamic
function stoppage
Complete stoppage.
Information
1 Aqu@‌ScOP HT unit
not recognized on the
communication bus
Indoor/outdoor units
software versions
incompatible
No Aqu@‌ScOP HT
model detected Split or
Monobloc
Aqu@‌ScOP HT model
modified for the indoor
unit
Aqu@‌ScOP HT model
modified for the outdoor Information
unit
AL42
AL43
AL44
AL45
Power supply cut.
Power supply cut.
Automatic
None
None
None
22s
AL41
Manual and Com OK
for 22s.
Complete thermodynamic
function stoppage
No communication with
the outdoor unit
Time delay
AL40
AQU@‌SCOP HT action Alarm cancellation
Alarm description
Ref.
Check the condition of the bus cable
Install shielded cable.
Check the wiring of the Outdoor unit probes.
Communication bus cable cut.
Unshielded cable.
Outdoor unit not auto-detected.
Programme taken from another
Aqu@‌ScOP HT (Split Indoor/Outdoor/
Monobloc).
µPC replaced by that of another
Aqu@‌ScOP HT (Split Indoor/Outdoor /
Monobloc)
Probes B1 to B4, B8 and B9 partially
or totally disconnected on the unit in
question
=> incorrect model detection
Programme taken from another
Aqu@‌ScOP HT (Split Indoor/Outdoor/
Monobloc)
Confirm once the situation is understood.
Check the probe values on the display and
check the probe connections.
Confirm once the situation is understood.
Check the probe values on the display and
check the probe connections.
Probes B1 to B4, B8 and B9 partially
or totally disconnected on the unit in
question
=> incorrect model detection
µPC replaced by that of another
Aqu@‌ScOP HT (Split Indoor/Outdoor /
Monobloc)
Check the probe values on the display and
check the probe connections.
Update the programme for both units.
Probes B1 to B4, B8 and B9 partially
or totally disconnected on the unit in
question.
Different versions for Indoor and
Outdoor units.
Check the probe values on the display and
check the probe connections.
Check bus connections at both ends.
Incorrect wiring.
Probes B1 to B4, B8 and B9 partially
or totally disconnected on the unit in
question.
Recommended action(s)
Possible cause(s)
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50 Aqu@Scop HT V2
Manual
Manual
Manual
Manual
Manual
Manual
Manual
Manual
Information
Information
Different indoor and
outdoor unit sizes
Water flow meter
disconnected or damaged Complete stoppage.
Water pressure sensor
disconnected or damaged Information
Complete thermodynamic
function stoppage
Size modified for the
outdoor unit
Compressor discharge
sensor disconnected or
damaged
Evaporating temperature Complete thermodynamic
sensor disconnected or
function stoppage
damaged
Evaporating pressure
sensor disconnected or
damaged
Software updated or new
controller in the indoor
Information
unit
Software updated or new
controller in the outdoor Information
unit
No indoor unit size in
controller memory
AL46
AL47
AL48
AL49
AL50
AL51
AL52
INF56
INF57
INF58
Information
Complete thermodynamic
function stoppage
AQU@‌SCOP HT action Alarm cancellation
Alarm description
Ref.
None
None
None
10 s
10 s
10 s
10 ss
10 s
None
None
Time delay
Check the status and the wiring of B5 and B12
Modification of the wiring of the
analogue inputs B5 and B12 of the
Outdoor unit configuration.
Measure the 0-5V voltage.
Faulty 0-5V supply.
Programme update or µPC replaced in
the Indoor unit.
Programme update or µPC replaced in
the Outdoor unit.
Programme update or µPC replaced in
the Indoor unit.
Transducer disconnected or damaged.
Probe disconnected or damaged.
Probe disconnected or damaged.
Faulty 0-5V supply.
Check the size of the Indoor unit on the
makers plate. Key in the details and then
confirm
Confirm once the situation is understood.
Confirm once the situation is understood.
Check the transducer wiring, replace the
transducer if it is faulty.
Check the probe wiring, replace the probe if it
is faulty.
Check the probe wiring, replace the probe if it
is faulty.
Measure the 0-5V voltage.
Water pressure sensor disconnected or Check the sensor wiring, replace the sensor if
damaged.
it is faulty.
Check the wiring of the flow meter, replace
the flow meter if it is faulty.
Flow meter disconnected or faulty.
Check the sizes and their correspondence on
the makers plates.
Different Indoor and Outdoor unit sizes. Check
the status and the wiring of inputs B5
and B12 on the Outdoor unit.
Programme or µPC replaced by another Confirm once the situation is understood.
Outdoor unit.
Recommended action(s)
Possible cause(s)
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Automatic
PAC HT stopped by
thermodynamic
outdoor temperature too Complete
function stoppage
high
AL76
None
10 s
Time delay
Check the probe wiring, replace the probe if it
is faulty.
Recommended action(s)
Outdoor temperature too high (>40°C) Wait until the outdoor temperature drops
for Heating or DHW operation.
(restart value visible on the alarm screen).
Probe disconnected or damaged.
Possible cause(s)
) key to switch back and forth between the log screen and the probes screen.
Generally, an alarm means that there is an anomaly with the appliance. We strongly advise against repeatedly resetting an alarm at the risk
of causing irreparable damage to one or several components.
Press the ENTER (
²² The
Aqu@‌Scop HT retains a very comprehensive log of alarms, i.e. the 150 last alarms, as well as temperature probe values (water inlet and outlet,
outdoor and outdoor battery) when the alarm appears. You can access this log from the main menu (sub-menu "Alarm log").
²² If
you have a doubt about a Aqu@‌Scop HT component, use the Manual activation function for the outputs (all the all or nothing outputs excluding
the compressors) via the "INSTALLATION" menu on the appliances display. Use a voltmeter to check that the regulator output is activated (230V)
and that the component is question in also activated.
General comments:
Manual
Swimming pool sensor
Swimming pool function
disconnected or damaged stopped.
AL59
AQU@‌SCOP HT action Alarm cancellation
Alarm description
Ref.
English
52 Aqu@Scop HT V2
26. FAULTY DIAGNOSIS GUIDE
Simple diagnosis advice. In the event of a breakdown, you should contact your local after sales department
for confirmation and assistance.
Compressor does not start
Problem symptoms
Probable cause
Recommended action
Power is present at the
compressor terminal but the motor Motor burnt out
does not rotate
Replace the compressor
Motor contactor inoperable
Repair or replace the contactor
Coil burnt out or contacts broken
No current upstream of the motor Circuit breaker tripped
contactor
Check the fuses / thermo-magnetic circuit
breakers and electrical connections
Current upstream of the fuse, but
not on the contactor side
Fuse blown or thermo-magnetic circuit breaker
tripped
Replace the fuse. Reset the thermo-magnetic
circuit breaker
Check current values
Low voltage measured on
voltmeter
Voltage too low
Contact your electricity supplier
No power supply to contactor coil Regulation open circuit
Use the appliance display to check that the
system is actually calling for compressor
operation
Compressor operates but current
draw is abnormally high
Compressor damaged
Replace the compressor
"Growling" compressor motor
Check the supply voltage. Refer to the single
phase soft start faults chart
Excessive output pressure
Abnormally low voltage on start-up in single phase Check the controller control relays and their
wiring (refer to wiring diagrams)
Compressor stops.
Problem symptoms
Probable cause
Recommended action
HP pressostat triggered
Excessively high outlet pressure
Refer to instructions provided for "high outlet
pressure"
Lack of refrigerant fluid
Repair the leak. Add refrigerant fluid or
completely replace the charge
Abnormal Compressor superheat
Set the superheat on the expansion valve
Defective de-icing
Check proper de-icing operation
Dryer filter blocked
Replace dryer filter
Lack of refrigerant fluid
Repair the leak. Add refrigerant fluid or
completely replace the charge
Faulty expansion valve
Replace the expansion valve
Abnormal icing up of finned exchanger
Check proper operation of de-icing function
Blocked dryer filter
Replace the dryer filter
Discharge thermostat triggered
Inlet pressure too low
Dryer filter iced up
Compressor lubrication problem
Problem symptoms
Probable cause
Recommended action
Noisy compressor
Fault in oil equalisation system
Check operation of the oil equalisation valve.
Contact your After Sales Service
English
Aqu@Scop HT V2 53
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54 Aqu@Scop HT V2
Excessively high discharge pressure
Problem symptoms
Probable cause
Recommended action
Major difference between
condensing and water outlet
temperatures
Presence of incondensable matter in the system or Bleed the incondensable matter and drain off
excessive refrigerant fluid charge
the excess refrigerant fluid
Presence of air in water circuit
Bleed the air from the circuit
High output pressure and very
high water T
Insufficient water flow
Flow meter control
Ensure that there is an adequate water flow
through the entire system
Excessively high inlet pressure
Problem symptoms
Probable cause
Recommended action
Presence of liquid in the intake
line
Expansion valve open too far
Check the overheating value on the display.
Check the position of the pressure sensor and
the evaporation temperature probe.
Check the values present on the display.
Refrigerant fluid flow back
towards the compressor,
irrespective of the expansion
valve setting
Expansion valve blocked in open position
Inspect the electronic regulator wiring on the
Outdoor unit regulator.
Replace the regulator if it does not react when
mains power is switched on to the unit.
Excessively low inlet pressure
Problems - symptoms
Probable cause
Excessive pressure loss across the Clogged dryer filter
dryer filter
Recommended action
Replace the dryer filter
Replace the electronic pressure relief valve.
Refrigerant does not pass through The electronic pressure relief valve is faulty.
the electronic pressure relief
valve, irrespective of the regulator The electronic pressure relief valve is disconnected Reconnect the electronic pressure relief valve
settings.
from the Outdoor unit's regulator
wiring.
Loss of power
Expansion valve blocked
Replace the expansion valve
Lack of refrigerant fluid
Repair the leak. Add refrigerant fluid or
completely replace the charge
Evaporator blocked
Clean the finned evaporator
Insufficient air flow
Check proper operation of the fan/motor units
Defective de-icing
Check proper operation of de-icing function
APPENDIX / ANNEXE / ANLAGE / ALLEGATO / ANEXO
APPENDIX
ANNEXE
ANLAGE
ALLEGATO
ANEXO
APPENDIX / ANNEXE / ANLAGE / ALLEGATO / ANEXO
APPENDIX
DIMENSIONS...........................................................................III
REFRIGERATION AND HYDRAULIC LINKS DIAGRAM...............IV
WATER FLOW CALCULATION GRAPH..................................... VI
WIRING DIAGRAM................................................................ VII
AQU@‌SCOP HT 12-6 230V +/-10% 50HZ......................................VIII
AQU@‌SCOP HT 14-7 230V +/-10% 50HZ.........................................X
AQU@‌SCOP HT 12-6 / 14-7 3N~400V +/-10% 50HZ................... XII
AQU@‌SCOP HT 18-9 3N~400V +/-10% 50HZ...............................XIV
DOMESTIC HOT WATER PLATE EXCHANGEUR KIT............................... XVI
DUAL ZONE UNDER-FLOOR/RADIATOR HEATING KIT........................ XVI
BOILER RELIEF + DUAL ZONE KIT..........................................................XVII
BOILER RELIEF + DOMESTIC HOT WATER TANK..................................XVII
ELECTRIC HEATER + DOMESTIC HOT WATER TANK...........................XVIII
ELECTRIC HEATER + DUAL ZONE KIT...................................................XVIII
DOMESTIC HOT WATER TANK + DUAL ZONE KIT.................................XIX
DOMESTIC HOT WATER TANK..................................................................XX
ADDITIONAL ELECTRIC HEATER...............................................................XX
PERFORMANCES.................................................................. XXI
AQU@‌SCOP HT 12-6............................................................................XXI
AQU@‌SCOP HT 14-7...........................................................................XXII
AQU@‌SCOP HT 18-9...........................................................................XXII
ANNEXE
DIMENSIONS...........................................................................III
SCHEMA FRIGORIFIQUE ET HYDRAULIQUE..............................IV
ABAQUE DE CALCUL DE DEBIT D'EAU..................................... VI
SCHEMAS ELECTRIQUES........................................................ VII
AQU@‌SCOP HT 12-6 230V +/-10% 50HZ......................................VIII
AQU@‌SCOP HT 14-7 230V +/-10% 50HZ.........................................X
AQU@‌SCOP HT 12-6 / 14-7 3N~400V +/-10% 50HZ................... XII
AQU@‌SCOP HT 18-9 3N~400V +/-10% 50HZ...............................XIV
KIT EAU CHAUDE SANITAIRE AVEC ECHANGEUR A PLAQUES............XIV
KIT DOUBLE ZONE PLANCHER CHAUFFANT/RADIATEURS.................XIV
RELEVE DE CHAUDIERE + KIT DOUBLE ZONE......................................XVII
RELEVE DE CHAUDIERE + BALLON D'EAU CHAUDE SANITAIRE........XVII
RECHAUFFEUR ELECTRIQUE + BALLON D'EAU CHAUDE SANITAIRE.XVIII
RECHAUFFEUR ELECTRIQUE + DOUBLE ZONE....................................XVIII
BALLON D'EAU CHAUDE SANITAIRE + DOUBLE ZONE........................XIX
BALLON D'EAU CHAUDE SANITAIRE.......................................................XX
CHAUFFAGE ELECTRIQUE ADDITIONNEL................................................XX
PERFORMANCES.................................................................. XXI
AQU@‌SCOP HT 12-6............................................................................XXI
AQU@‌SCOP HT 14-7...........................................................................XXII
AQU@‌SCOP HT 18-9...........................................................................XXII
ANLAGE
ABMESSUNGEN......................................................................III
KÜHL- UND HYDRAULIKDIAGRAMM......................................IV
BERECHNUNGSKURVE DER WASSERDURCHFLUSSMENGE..... VI
STROMLAUFPLANS............................................................... VII
AQU@‌SCOP HT 12-6 230V +/-10% 50HZ......................................VIII
AQU@‌SCOP HT 14-7 230V +/-10% 50HZ.........................................X
AQU@‌SCOP HT 12-6 / 14-7 3N~400V +/-10% 50HZ................... XII
AQU@‌SCOP HT 18-9 3N~400V +/-10% 50HZ...............................XIV
BAUSÄTZE SANITÄRES WARMWASSER MIT PLATTENAUSCHER...... XVI
DOPPELZONEN-VERWALTUNGSBAUSATZ HEIZFUSSBODEN/HEIZKÖRPER............................................................................................................ XVI
HEIZKESSELEINBINDUNG + DOPPELZONEN-VERWALTUNGSBAUSATZ.
XVII
HEIZKESSELEINBINDUNG + BRAUCHWASSERVERSORGUNG............XVII
ELEKTRISCHE HEIZUNG + BRAUCHWASSERVERSORGUNG..............XVIII
ELEKTRISCHE HEIZUNG + DOPPELZONEN-VERWALTUNGSBAUSATZ.XVIII
BRAUCHWASSERVERSORGUNG + DOPPELZONEN-VERWALTUNGSBAUSATZ...........................................................................................................XIX
BRAUCHWASSERVERSORGUNG..............................................................XX
ZUSATZLICHE ELEKTROHEIZUNG.............................................................XX
LEISTUNGSTABELLE............................................................. XXI
AQU@‌SCOP HT 12-6............................................................................XXI
AQU@‌SCOP HT 14-7...........................................................................XXII
AQU@‌SCOP HT 18-9...........................................................................XXII
ALLEGATO
DIMENSIONI...........................................................................III
SCHEMA FRIGORIFERO ED IDRAULICO....................................IV
ABACO DI CALCOLO DELLA PORTATA DELL'ACQUA................ VI
SCHEMA ELETRICO................................................................ VII
AQU@‌SCOP HT 12-6 230V +/-10% 50HZ......................................VIII
AQU@‌SCOP HT 14-7 230V +/-10% 50HZ.........................................X
AQU@‌SCOP HT 12-6 / 14-7 3N~400V +/-10% 50HZ................... XII
AQU@‌SCOP HT 18-9 3N~400V +/-10% 50HZ...............................XIV
KIT ACQUA CALDA SANITARIA CON SCAMBIATORE A PIASTRE........ XVI
KIT RADDOPPIA ZONA PISO CALIENTE/RADIATORE.......................... XVI
CAMBIO DI CALDAIA + KIT RADDOPPIA ZONA...................................XVII
CAMBIO DI CALDAIA + PALLA DI ACQUA CALDA SANITARIA...........XVII
RISCALDATORE ELETTRICO + PALLA DI ACQUA CALDA SANITARIA.XVIII
RISCALDATORE ELETTRICO + KIT RADDOPPIA ZONA........................XVIII
PALLA DI ACQUA CALDA SANITARIA + KIT RADDOPPIA ZONA.........XIX
PALLA DI ACQUA CALDA SANITARIA......................................................XX
RESISTENZE ELETTRICHE ADDIZIONALE.................................................XX
POTENZA............................................................................. XXI
AQU@‌SCOP HT 12-6............................................................................XXI
AQU@‌SCOP HT 14-7...........................................................................XXII
AQU@‌SCOP HT 18-9...........................................................................XXII
ANEXO
DIMENSIONES.........................................................................III
ESQUEMA FRIGORÍFICO E HIDRÁULICO...................................IV
ÁBACO DE CÁLCULO DE CAUDAL DE AGUA............................ VI
ESQUEMA ELECTRICO............................................................ VII
AQU@‌SCOP HT 12-6 230V +/-10% 50HZ......................................VIII
AQU@‌SCOP HT 14-7 230V +/-10% 50HZ.........................................X
AQU@‌SCOP HT 12-6 / 14-7 3N~400V +/-10% 50HZ................... XII
AQU@‌SCOP HT 18-9 3N~400V +/-10% 50HZ...............................XIV
KIT AGUA CALIENTE SANITARIA CON CAMBIADOR DE PLACAS...... XVI
KIT DOBLA ZONA SUOLA RISCALDANTE/RADIADOR......................... XVI
RELEVO DE CALDERA + KIT DOBLA ZONA...........................................XVII
RELEVO DE CALDERA + ACUMULADOR DE AGUA CALIENTE SANITARIA
XVII
CALENTADOR ELECTRICO + ACUMULADOR DE AGUA CALIENTE SANI-
II Aqu@Scop HT V2
TARIA ......................................................................................................XVIII
CALENTADOR ELECTRICO + KIT DOBLA ZONA ..................................XVIII
ACUMULADOR DE AGUA CALIENTE SANITARIA + KIT DOBLA ZONA.XIX
ACUMULADOR DE AGUA CALIENTE SANITARIA...................................XX
CALEFACCION ELECTRTICA ADICIONAL..................................................XX
POTENCIA............................................................................ XXI
AQU@‌SCOP HT 12-6............................................................................XXI
AQU@‌SCOP HT 14-7...........................................................................XXII
AQU@‌SCOP HT 18-9...........................................................................XXII
APPENDIX / ANNEXE / ANLAGE / ALLEGATO / ANEXO
DIMENSIONS
DIMENSIONS
ABMESSUNGEN
DIMENSIONI
DIMENSIONES
1308
1374
84
171
414
466
517
57
1244
10
1456.60
10
693
206
1244.5
Aqu@Scop HT V2 III
APPENDIX / ANNEXE / ANLAGE / ALLEGATO / ANEXO
REFRIGERATION AND HYDRAULIC LINKS DIAGRAM
SCHEMA FRIGORIFIQUE ET HYDRAULIQUE
KÜHL- UND HYDRAULIKDIAGRAMM
SCHEMA FRIGORIFERO ED IDRAULICO
ESQUEMA FRIGORÍFICO E HIDRÁULICO
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
V1
V2
V3
V4
V5
V6
V7
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P
CDT
CST
LWT
EWT
OCT
OAT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
V1
V2
V3
V4
V5
V6
V7
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P
CDT
CST
LWT
EWT
OCT
OAT
Large compressor
Small compressor
Plate heat exchangers. Counter-current
heating
Liquid tank
Plate heat exchangers. economiser
Finned heat exchanger and fans
Circulation pump
Oil separator
Dehydrator filter
Liquid warning light
Non-return valve
Automatic bleed
Flowmeter
Four-way valve
Four-way valve
Injection electrovalve
Electrovalve
Injection expansion valve
Electronic expansion valve
Safety valve (3 bar)
High Pressure safety pressostat
High Pressure pressostat
Defrost system high pressure control
pressostat
Evaporation pressure probe
Water pressure probe
Pressure take-off
Outlet temperature probe
Evaporation temperature probe
Water temperature probe (outlet)
Water temperature probe (inlet)
Outdoor coil temperature probe
Outdoor air temperature probe
1
2
3
Compresor baja presión
Compresor alta presión
Scambiatori di calore a piastre
Contracorriente calefacción
Depósito líquido
Scambiatori di calore a piastre
economizzatore
Intercambiador de aletas y ventiladores
Circulador
Separatore d'olio
Filtro deshidratador
Spia liquido
Valvola antiritorno
Purgador automático
Flussometro
Valvola a quattro vie
Valvola a quattro vie
Elettrovalvola di iniezioni
Elettrovalvola
Válvula de expansión di iniezioni
Riduttore di pressione elettronico
Válvula de seguridad (3 bares)
Presostato de seguridad alta presión
Presostato alta presión
Presostato de control alta presión
descongelación
Sensore di pressione dell’evaporazione
Sensore di pressione dell’acqua
Presa di pressione
Sonda di temperatura di espulsione
Sonda di temperatura di evaporazione
Sonda de temperatura de agua (salida)
Sonda de temperatura de agua
(entrada)
Sonda controllo di condensazione
Sonda de temperatura de aire
1
2
3
IV Aqu@Scop HT V2
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
V1
V2
V3
V4
V5
V6
V7
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P
CDT
CST
LWT
EWT
OCT
OAT
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
V1
V2
V3
V4
V5
V6
V7
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P
CDT
CST
LWT
EWT
OCT
OAT
Gros compresseur
Petit compresseur
Echangeur à plaques Contre courant
chauffage
Réservoir liquide
Echangeur à plaques. économiseur
Echangeur à ailettes et ventilateurs
Circulateur
Séparateur d'huile
Filtre déshydrateur
Voyant liquide
Clapet anti-retour
Purgeur automatique
Débitmètre
Vanne 4 voies
Vanne 4 voies
Electrovanne d'injection
Electrovanne
Détendeur d'injection
Détendeur électronique
Soupape sécurité (3 bar)
Pressostat sécurité haute pression
Pressostat haute pression intermédiaire
Pressostat contrôle haute pression
dégivrage
Capteur de pression d'évaporation
Capteur de pression d’eau
Prise de pression
Sonde de température de refoulement
Sonde de température d'évaporation
Sonde de température d'eau (sortie)
Sonde de température d'eau (entrée)
Sonde contrôle de condensation
Sonde de température d'air extérieure
Compressore bassa pressione
Compressore alta pressione
Intercambiador térmico de placas
Controcorrente riscaldamento
Serbatoio liquido
Intercambiador térmico de placas
economizador
Scambiatore ad alette e ventilatori
Circolatore
Separador de aceite
Filtro disidratante
Indicador luminoso líquido
Válvula antirretorno
Valvola di scarico automatica
Flujómetro
Válvula de cuatro vias
Válvula de cuatro vias
Electroválvula de inyección
Electroválvula
Valvola d’espansione de inyección
Reductor electrónico
Valvola di sicurezza (3 bar)
Pressostato sicurezza alta pressione
Pressostato alta pressione
Pressostato controllo alta pressione
sbrinamento
Captador de presión de evaporación
Captador de presión de agua
Toma de presión
Sonda de temperatura de descarga
Sonda de temperatura de evaporación
Sonda di temperatura acqua (uscita)
Sonda di temperatura acqua (ingresso)
Sonda de control de condensación
Sonda di temperatura aria
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
V1
V2
V3
V4
V5
V6
V7
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P
CDT
CST
LWT
EWT
OCT
OAT
Kompressor Niederdruck
Kompressor Hochdruck
Plattenwärmeaustauscher. Gegenstrom
Heizung
Flüssigkeitsbehälter
Plattenwärmeaustauscher. economiser
Lamellenwärmetauscher und
Ventilatoren
Umlaufpumpe
Olabscheider
Filtertrockner
Anzeigelampe Flüssigkeit
Rückschlagklappe
Automatischer Ablasshahn
Durchflussmesser
Vierwegventil
Vierwegventil
Injektionelektroventil
Elektroventil
Expansionsventil Injektion
Elektronisches Minderventil
Sicherheitsventil (3 Bar)
Hochdruck-Sicherheitspressostat
Hochdruck-Pressostat
Hochdruckkontrollpressostat Abtauen
Verdampfungsdrucksensor
Wasserdrucksensor
Druckanschluss
Fördertemperatursensor
Verdampfungstemperatursensor
Wassertemperaturfühler (Austritt)
Wassertemperaturfühler (Eintritt)
Messfühler Verflüssigungskontrolle
Lufttemperaturfühler
OAT
OCT
6
V6
11
10
9
V5
V3
5
4
EWT
CST
P4
3
V7
P
LWT
12
OFF
P5
P
V2
P1
8
13
1
CDT
7
8
11
V4
2
V1
P3
P2
OFF
OUT
IN
APPENDIX / ANNEXE / ANLAGE / ALLEGATO / ANEXO
Aqu@Scop HT V2 V
APPENDIX / ANNEXE / ANLAGE / ALLEGATO / ANEXO
WATER FLOW CALCULATION GRAPH
ABAQUE DE CALCUL DE DEBIT D'EAU
BERECHNUNGSKURVE DER WASSERDURCHFLUSSMENGE
ABACO DI CALCOLO DELLA PORTATA DELL'ACQUA
ÁBACO DE CÁLCULO DE CAUDAL DE AGUA
Aqu@‌Scop HT 12-6
Available pressure / Pression disponible / verfügbare Druck /
Pressione disponibile / Presión disponible [kPa]
80
A
70
C
B
60
50
40
Circulator operating range
Plage de fonctionnement du circulateur
Betriebsbereich des Umlaufpumpe
Zona di funzionamento del circulador
Gama de funcionamiento del circolatore
30
20
A Nominal flow
B Minimal flow
10
C Maximal flow
0
0
500
1000
1500
2000
2500
3000
3500
4000
Water flow / Débit d'eau / Wasserdurchflussmenge / Portata dell’acqua / Caudal de agua (l/h)
Aqu@‌Scop HT 14-7
Available pressure / Pression disponible / verfügbare Druck /
Pressione disponibile / Presión disponible [kPa]
80
A Débit nominal
B Débit minimal
A
70
B
C Débit maximal
C
60
50
A Nenndurchflussmenge
B Minimaler Absatz
40
Circulator operating range
Plage de fonctionnement du circulateur
Betriebsbereich des Umlaufpumpe
Zona di funzionamento del circulador
Gama de funcionamiento del circolatore
30
20
C Maximaler Absatz
A Portata nominale
10
B Portata Minimo
0
0
500
1000
1500
2000
2500
3000
3500
4000
Water flow / Débit d'eau / Wasserdurchflussmenge / Portata dell’acqua / Caudal de agua (l/h)
C Portata massimo
Aqu@‌Scop HT 18-9
Available pressure / Pression disponible / verfügbare Druck /
Pressione disponibile / Presión disponible [kPa]
80
B
70
A
A Caudal nominal
C
B Caudal mínimo
C Caudal máximo
60
50
40
Circulator operating range
Plage de fonctionnement du circulateur
Betriebsbereich des Umlaufpumpe
Zona di funzionamento del circulador
Gama de funcionamiento del circolatore
30
20
10
0
0
500
1000
1500
2000
2500
3000
3500
Water flow / Débit d'eau / Wasserdurchflussmenge / Portata dell’acqua / Caudal de agua (l/h)
VI Aqu@Scop HT V2
4000
APPENDIX / ANNEXE / ANLAGE / ALLEGATO / ANEXO
WIRING DIAGRAM
SCHEMAS ELECTRIQUES
STROMLAUFPLANS
SCHEMA ELETRICO
ESQUEMA ELECTRICO
TAKE CARE!
These wiring diagrams are correct at the time of publication. Manufacturing changes can lead to modifications.
Always refer to the diagram supplied with the product.
ATTENTION
Ces schémas sont corrects au moment de la publication. Les variantes en fabrication peuvent entraîner des
modifications. Reportez-vous toujours au schéma livré avec le produit.
ACHTUNG!
Diese Stromlaufplans sind zum Zeitpunkt der Veröffentlichung gültig. In Herstellung befindliche Varianten
können Änderungen mit sich bringen. In jedem Fall den mit dem Produkt gelieferten Stromlaufplan
hinzuziehen.
ATTENZIONE !
Questi schemi sono corretti al momento della pubblicazione. Le varianti apportate nel corso della
fabbricazione possono comportare modifiche. Far sempre riferimento allo schema fornito con il prodotto.
ATENCIÓN !
Esto esquemas son correctos en el momento de la publicación. Pero las variantes en la fabricación pueden
ser motivo de modificaciones. Remítase siempre al esquema entregado con el producto.
POWER SUPPLY MUST BE SWITCHED OFF BEFORE STARTING TO WORK IN
THE ELECTRIC CONTROL BOXES!
MISE HORS TENSION OBLIGATOIRE AVANT TOUTE INTERVENTION DANS LES
BOITIERS ELECTRIQUES.
VOR JEDEM EINGRIFF AN DEN ANSCHLUßKÄSTEN UNBEDINGT DAS GERÄT
ABSCHALTEN!
PRIMA DI OGNI INTERVENTO SULLE CASSETTE ELETTRICHE ESCLUDERE
TASSATIVAMENTE L’ALIMENTAZIONE !
PUESTA FUERA DE TNESIÓN OBLIGATORIA ANTES DE CUALQUIER
INTERVENCIÓN EN LAS CAJAS ELÉCTRICAS!
Aqu@Scop HT V2 VII
T1
FFT
GND
G
J1
J7
G0
Rx+/Tx+
+VDC
J8
GND
GND
+5Vref
J2
J9
B1
Vout
EWT
B2
B3
J10
Rx-/Tx-
LWT
VT
BU
WH
WH
BN
A
Rx+/Tx+
OAT
B
B4
GND
OCT
BU
24V 24V
BK
B5
B6
J3
WFL
B7
3
EP
GND
µPC
J11
WH
GN
A
2
1
+VDC
J6
C1
1
2
A1
KM2
A2
DI1
23
P
NO2
22
>
I HP
21
A1
DI3
KM1
A2
DI2
J12
NO1
WH
21
OG
OG
GY
22
BK
BK
B
26
24V
BN
9
DI4
NO3
24
P
>
HP
BU
DI5
BN
RV
26
230VAC:
DI6
J4
C2
26
9
24
BK
BK
A1
KWP
A2
DI7
25
>
DHP
P
DIC1
J13
NO4
NO5
26
26
OG
25
BN
BU
A2
A1
KOF1
GND
NO6
VT
Y1
SE 4213
WH
EEV
Y2
J5
NO7
C3
Y3
J14
OG
BN
SE 4213
Y4
NC7
BN
B8
CDT
B9
DRV
BU
C4
B10
10
R1
B11
J18
NO8
WPR
11
B12
NO9
11
BN
CST
10
1
3
R2
DI9
DI10
N012
DIC2
J16
INPUT
CLIENT
CUSTOMER
BRANCHEMENT
DI8
J17
NO11
RD
VT
WH
BLACK
BROWN
BLUE
GREEN/YELLOW
GREY
ORANGE
RED
VIOLET
WHITE
J38411
BU
GNYE
GY
OG
BN
BK
LEGEND N 802
SE 4214 A
AQU@SCOP HT V2 (12-6) 230V
CONTROL WIRING DIAGRAM
ESV
NO10
GND
J15
4
12
12
ON/OFF
VIII Aqu@Scop HT V2
DAY/NIGHT
ROOM TERMINAL
APPENDIX / ANNEXE / ANLAGE / ALLEGATO / ANEXO
AQU@‌SCOP HT 12-6 230V +/-10% 50HZ
Rx-/Tx-
AS1
N
R
RC
S
ON
L
21
BN
RD
BK
GY
24
C
R
FF2
M1
CM1
S
KM1
BU
BU
GNYE
40
OG
BK
OG
BK
N
GY
FF1
BU
N
N
41
BU
N
BU
BU
BK
BN
3
4
2
VT
1
BK
L
C
GY
BK
FFC
BU
R
KM2
M2
CM2
S
6
5
BN
N
N
N
BU
2
BU
1
BN
14
11
14
13
3
BN
BN
BN
ISV
KM2
KM1
BN
BU
14
11
BN
VT
7
WP
BN
CWP
KWP
8
TAG
RAG
<
POWER WIRING DIAGRAM
14
11
5
00
00
00
BN
00
L
COF1
00
BN
KOF1
OF1
6
4
N
CF
+
+ -LOAD
00
RD
BN
BU
WH
OG
00
00
OF2
00
WH
VT
RD
00
00
COF2
00
BN
BN
BLACK
BROWN
BLUE
GREEN/YELLOW
GREY
ORANGE
RED
VIOLET
WHITE
J38410
GNYE
GY
OG
BU
BN
BK
LEGEND N 802
SE 4213 A
AQU@SCOP HT V2 (12-6) 230V
GY
GY
BK
BK
RD
BK
GY
BK
GY
230V +
00
APPENDIX / ANNEXE / ANLAGE / ALLEGATO / ANEXO
Aqu@Scop HT V2 IX
SE 4214
RD
BU
T1
VT
BU
WH
WH
BN
A
FFT
B
GND
G
J1
J7
G0
Rx+/Tx+
+VDC
J8
GND
GND
+5Vref
J2
J9
B1
Vout
EWT
B2
B3
J10
Rx-/Tx-
LWT
BU
24V 24V
Rx+/Tx+
OAT
A
B4
GND
OCT
B
J11
BK
B5
B6
J3
WFL
B7
3
EP
GND
µPC
2
1
WH
GN
+VDC
J6
C1
1
2
A1
KM2
A2
DI1
23
P
NO2
22
>
I HP
21
A1
DI3
KM1
A2
DI2
J12
NO1
WH
21
OG
OG
24V
26
9
BN
24
DI5
BN
DI4
NO3
BU
RV
24
GY
22
BK
BK
P
>
HP
DI6
J4
C2
A1
KWP
A2
25
P
>
D HP
26
Y1
SE 4215
GND
NO6
DIC1
NO5
A1
DI7
J13
NO4
A2
KOF1
25
9
26
BK
BK
OG
26
BN
BU
230VAC:
26
VT
WH
EEV
Y2
J 5
NO7
C3
Y3
J14
OG
BN
SE 4215
Y4
NC7
BN
B8
CDT
B9
DRV
BU
C4
B10
10
R1
B11
J 18
NO8
WPR
11
B12
R2
12
DI10
DIC2
J16
INPUT
CLIENT
CUSTOMER
BRANCHEMENT
DI9
N012
WH
VT
BU
GNYE
GY
OG
RD
BN
BK
LEGEND N 802
SE 4216 A
NO11
DI8
J17
CONTROL WIRING DIAGRAM
BLACK
BROWN
BLUE
GREEN/YELLOW
GREY
ORANGE
RED
VIOLET
WHITE
J38413
AQU@SCOP HT V2 (14-7) 230V
ESV
NO10
GND
J15
4
NO9
11
BN
CST
10
1
3
12
ON/OFF
X Aqu@Scop HT V2
DAY/NIGHT
ROOM TERMINAL
APPENDIX / ANNEXE / ANLAGE / ALLEGATO / ANEXO
AQU@‌SCOP HT 14-7 230V +/-10% 50HZ
Rx-/Tx-
40
AS1
N
R
RC
S
ON
L
BN
RD
BK
GY
N
N
21
24
C
R
FF2
M1
CM1
S
KM1
BU
BU
GNYE
OG
BK
OG
BK
BU
GY
L
BK
N
N
41
R
RC
S
ON
VT
AS2
N
L
BN
RD
BK
GY
BN
24
21
C
M2
CM2
S
BK
FFC
BU
KM2
BK
N
GY
FF1
BU
BU
BU
R
N
N
BU
2
BU
14
11
14
11
3
1
BN
BN
BN
BN
ISV
KM2
KM1
BN
BU
14
11
BN
VT
7
WP
BN
CWP
KWP
8
TAG
RAG
<
14
11
6
4
5
OF1
BN
BN
KOF1
N
CF
+
+ -LOAD
L
COF1
WH
VT
RD
OF2
BN
BU
WH
OG
BN
BN
COF2
BLACK
BROWN
BLUE
GREEN/YELLOW
GREY
ORANGE
RED
VIOLET
WHITE
J38412
GNYE
GY
OG
BU
BN
BK
LEGEND N 802
SE 4215 A
AQU@SCOP HT V2 (14-7) 230V
POWER WIRING DIAGRAM
GY
GY
BK
BK
RD
BK
GY
BK
GY
RD
230V +
APPENDIX / ANNEXE / ANLAGE / ALLEGATO / ANEXO
Aqu@Scop HT V2 XI
SE 4216
RD
BU
VT
T1
VT
BU
WH
WH
BN
A
FFT
B
GND
G
J1
J7
G0
Rx+/Tx+
+VDC
J8
GND
GND
+5Vref
J2
J9
B1
Vout
EWT
B2
B3
J10
Rx-/Tx-
LWT
BU
24V 24V
Rx+/Tx+
OAT
A
B4
GND
OCT
B
BK
B5
B6
J3
WFL
B7
3
EP
GND
µPC
J11
WH
GN
+VDC
J6
C1
1
2
A1
KM2
A2
DI1
22
23
P
>
IHP
21
NO2
DI2
J12
NO1
A1
14
11
9
BN
DI4
NO3
24
P
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HP
KA1
DI3
KM1
A2
230VAC:
WH
24V
2
1
GY
22
BK
BK
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44
43
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NO5
25
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26
DIC1
J13
NO4
DI7
FT1
DI6
J4
C2
FT2
DI5
BN
RV
OG
25
9
24
BK
BK
21
OG
OG
OG
26
WH
26
GY
26
26
BN
BU
A2
A1
KOF1
GND
NO6
VT
Y1
SE 4217
WH
EEV
Y2
J 5
NO7
C3
Y3
J14
OG
BN
SE 4217
Y4
NC7
BN
B8
CDT
B9
DRV
BU
C4
B10
10
R1
B11
J 18
NO8
CONTROL WIRING DIAGRAM
WPR
11
12
DI9
DI10
N012
DIC2
J16
INPUT
CLIENT
CUSTOMER
BRANCHEMENT
DI8
J17
NO11
ESV
NO10
GND
J15
4
B12
NO9
R2
LEGEND N 802
SE 4218 A
VT
WH
BN
BU
GNYE
GY
OG
RD
BK
BLACK
BROWN
BLUE
GREEN/YELLOW
GREY
ORANGE
RED
VIOLET
WHITE
J38415
AQU@SCOP HT V2 (12-6+14-7) 3N400V
11
BN
CST
10
1
3
12
ON/OFF
XII Aqu@Scop HT V2
DAY/NIGHT
ROOM TERMINAL
APPENDIX / ANNEXE / ANLAGE / ALLEGATO / ANEXO
AQU@‌SCOP HT 12-6 / 14-7 3N~400V +/-10% 50HZ
Rx-/Tx-
2
1
T1
T2
6
4
M1
T3
5
3
6
2
4
KM1
FT1
5
3
BK
GNYE
L2 L3
1
BK
BU
L1
BK
BK
KM2
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5
6
3
4
1
2
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6
5
4
3
L3
2
1
L2
KA1
T1
M2
T3
FFC
N
N
2
14
13
14
13
3
1
ISV
KM2
KM1
BN
BU
L2
14
11
7
WP
CWP
KWP
IMPERATIVE: RESPECT THE CORRECT
PHASE CONNECTIONS
L3
8
TAG
RAG
<
14
11
5
02
02
02
BN
02
02
COF1
L
02
BN
KOF1
OF1
6
4
N
CF
+
+ -LOAD
02
02
02
OF2
02
BN
BU
WH
OG
LEGEND N 802
SE 4217 A
02
BLACK
BROWN
BLUE
GREEN/YELLOW
GREY
ORANGE
RED
VIOLET
WHITE
COF2
02
02
BN
BN
WH
RD
VT
BN
BU
GNYE
GY
OG
BK
J38414
AQU@SCOP HT V2 (12-6+14-7) 3N400V
POWER WIRING DIAGRAM
RD
N
BN
BN
BN
BN
BN
RD
RD
RD
(BU)=GY
BK
BK
RD
RD
BK
BK
BU
BU
BU
RD
BN
BN
BN
BN
RD
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BN
BN
BN
BN
VT
BN
GY
GY
BK
BK
RD
BK
GY
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L1
SE 4218
3N400V +
APPENDIX / ANNEXE / ANLAGE / ALLEGATO / ANEXO
Aqu@Scop HT V2 XIII
RD
BU
T1
VT
BU
WH
WH
BN
A
FFT
B
GND
G
J1
J7
G0
Rx+/Tx+
+VDC
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GND
GND
+5Vref
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J9
B1
Vout
EWT
B2
B3
J10
Rx-/Tx-
LWT
BU
24V 24V
Rx+/Tx+
OAT
A
B4
GND
OCT
B
B5
BK
B6
J3
WFL
B7
3
EP
GND
µPC
J11
WH
GN
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J6
C1
1
2
A1
KM2
A2
230VAC:
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DI1
22
23
P
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21
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NO1
WH
24V
2
1
GY
22
BK
BK
14
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NO3
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HP
KA1
DI3
11
BN
9
24
BU
44
43
44
43
A1
KWP
A2
NO5
25
P
>
D HP
26
DIC1
J13
NO4
DI7
FT1
DI6
J4
C2
FT2
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BN
RV
OG
25
9
24
BK
BK
21
OG
OG
OG
26
WH
26
GY
26
26
BN
BU
A2
A1
KOF1
GND
NO6
VT
Y1
SE 4219
WH
BN
SE 4219
Y2
J5
NO7
C3
Y3
J14
OG
EEV
Y4
NC7
BN
B8
CDT
B9
DRV
BU
C4
B10
10
R1
B11
J18
NO8
WPR
11
B12
NO9
11
BN
CST
10
1
3
R2
4
12
DI9
DI10
N012
DIC2
J16
INPUT
BRANCHEMENT
CLIENT
CUSTOMER
DI8
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NO11
BK
VT
WH
BU
GNYE
GY
OG
RD
BN
BLACK
BROWN
BLUE
GREEN/YELLOW
GREY
ORANGE
RED
VIOLET
WHITE
J38583
LEGEND N 802
SE 4220 A
ESV
NO10
GND
J15
CONTROL WIRING DIAGRAM
AQU@SCOP HT V2 (18-9) 3N400V
12
ON/OFF
XIV Aqu@Scop HT V2
DAY/NIGHT
ROOM TERMINAL
APPENDIX / ANNEXE / ANLAGE / ALLEGATO / ANEXO
AQU@‌SCOP HT 18-9 3N~400V +/-10% 50HZ
Rx-/Tx-
GNYE
FT1
BU
N
L1
L2
M1
T2
T2
AS1
T1
T1
L1
6
4
2
T3
L3
5
3
1
BK
BK
BK
RD
RD
T3
A1
uPC
J12
VT
BU
SE 4220
ST
RUN
A2
BN
KM2
FT2
6
4
2
5
6
3
4
1
2
T2
5
3
L3
1
L2
KA1
L1
BK
BN
BN
BK
BK
BK
BK
RD
BN
BN
BN
BN
T1
M2
BN
BN
(BU)=GY
GY
RD
RD
RD
T3
(BU)=GY
FFC
N
N
2
BU
BU
BU
RD
1
BN
14
13
3
BU
ISV
KM2
BN
L3
L2
14
11
7
WP
CWP
KWP
IMPERATIVE: RESPECT THE CORRECT
PHASE CONNECTIONS
L1
8
TAG
RAG
<
14
11
POWER WIRING DIAGRAM
5
BN
BN
KOF1
OF1
6
4
N
CF
+
+ -LOAD
L
COF1
BN
BU
WH
OG
WH
VT
RD
OF2
BN
BN
COF2
BLACK
BROWN
BLUE
GREEN/YELLOW
GREY
ORANGE
RED
VIOLET
WHITE
J38416
BN
BU
GNYE
GY
OG
BK
LEGEND N 802
SE 4219 A
AQU@SCOP HT V2 (18-9) 3N400V
RD
L2 L3
BN
BN
VT
BN
GY
GY
BK
BK
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BK
GY
BK
GY
3N400V +
APPENDIX / ANNEXE / ANLAGE / ALLEGATO / ANEXO
Aqu@Scop HT V2 XV
SE 4220
RD
BU
APPENDIX / ANNEXE / ANLAGE / ALLEGATO / ANEXO
DOMESTIC HOT WATER PLATE EXCHANGEUR KIT
KIT EAU CHAUDE SANITAIRE AVEC ECHANGEUR A PLAQUES
BAUSÄTZE SANITÄRES WARMWASSER MIT PLATTENAUSCHER
KIT ACQUA CALDA SANITARIA CON SCAMBIATORE A PIASTRE
KIT AGUA CALIENTE SANITARIA CON CAMBIADOR DE PLACAS
SE 4287
KIT ECS
AQU@SCOP HT V2
µPC
DUAL ZONE UNDER-FLOOR/RADIATOR HEATING KIT
KIT DOUBLE ZONE PLANCHER CHAUFFANT/RADIATEURS
DOPPELZONEN-VERWALTUNGSBAUSATZ HEIZFUSSBODEN/HEIZKÖRPER
KIT RADDOPPIA ZONA PISO CALIENTE/RADIATORE
KIT DOBLA ZONA SUOLA RISCALDANTE/RADIADOR
SE 4288
KIT DOUBLE ZONE
AQU@SCOP HT V2
µPC
XVI Aqu@Scop HT V2
APPENDIX / ANNEXE / ANLAGE / ALLEGATO / ANEXO
BOILER RELIEF + DUAL ZONE KIT
RELEVE DE CHAUDIERE + KIT DOUBLE ZONE
HEIZKESSELEINBINDUNG + DOPPELZONEN-VERWALTUNGSBAUSATZ
CAMBIO DI CALDAIA + KIT RADDOPPIA ZONA
RELEVO DE CALDERA + KIT DOBLA ZONA
SE 4289
KIT
RELEVE DE CHAUDIERE
+ DOUBLE ZONE
AQU@SCOP HT V2
µPC
BOILER RELIEF + DOMESTIC HOT WATER TANK
RELEVE DE CHAUDIERE + BALLON D'EAU CHAUDE SANITAIRE
HEIZKESSELEINBINDUNG + BRAUCHWASSERVERSORGUNG
CAMBIO DI CALDAIA + PALLA DI ACQUA CALDA SANITARIA
RELEVO DE CALDERA + ACUMULADOR DE AGUA CALIENTE SANITARIA
SE 4290
KIT
RELEVE DE CHAUDIERE
+ BALLON ECS
AQU@SCOP HT V2
µPC
Aqu@Scop HT V2 XVII
APPENDIX / ANNEXE / ANLAGE / ALLEGATO / ANEXO
ELECTRIC HEATER + DOMESTIC HOT WATER TANK
RECHAUFFEUR ELECTRIQUE + BALLON D'EAU CHAUDE SANITAIRE
ELEKTRISCHE HEIZUNG + BRAUCHWASSERVERSORGUNG
RISCALDATORE ELETTRICO + PALLA DI ACQUA CALDA SANITARIA
CALENTADOR ELECTRICO + ACUMULADOR DE AGUA CALIENTE SANITARIA
SE 4291
KIT RECHAUFFEUR
+ BALLON ECS
AQU@SCOP HT V2
µPC
ELECTRIC HEATER + DUAL ZONE KIT
RECHAUFFEUR ELECTRIQUE + DOUBLE ZONE
ELEKTRISCHE HEIZUNG + DOPPELZONEN-VERWALTUNGSBAUSATZ
RISCALDATORE ELETTRICO + KIT RADDOPPIA ZONA
CALENTADOR ELECTRICO + KIT DOBLA ZONA
SE 4292
KIT RECHAUFFEUR
+ DOUBLE ZONE
AQU@SCOP HT V2
µPC
XVIII Aqu@Scop HT V2
APPENDIX / ANNEXE / ANLAGE / ALLEGATO / ANEXO
DOMESTIC HOT WATER TANK + DUAL ZONE KIT
BALLON D'EAU CHAUDE SANITAIRE + DOUBLE ZONE
BRAUCHWASSERVERSORGUNG + DOPPELZONEN-VERWALTUNGSBAUSATZ
PALLA DI ACQUA CALDA SANITARIA + KIT RADDOPPIA ZONA
ACUMULADOR DE AGUA CALIENTE SANITARIA + KIT DOBLA ZONA
SE 4293
KIT BALLON ECS
+ DOUBLE ZONE
AQU@SCOP HT V2
µPC
Aqu@Scop HT V2 XIX
APPENDIX / ANNEXE / ANLAGE / ALLEGATO / ANEXO
DOMESTIC HOT WATER TANK
BALLON D'EAU CHAUDE SANITAIRE
BRAUCHWASSERVERSORGUNG
PALLA DI ACQUA CALDA SANITARIA
ACUMULADOR DE AGUA CALIENTE SANITARIA
AQU@SCOP HT
µPC
µPC
REGULATEUR DE L'AQU@SCOP HT
DHW WT BALLON D'EAU CHAUDE SANITAIRE
µPC
AQU@SCOP HT CONTROLLER
DHW WT DOMESTIC HOT WATER TANK
µPC
KONTROLLEUR DES AQU@SCOP HT
DHW WT BRAUCHWASSERVERSORGUNG
µPC
CONTROLLO ELETTRONICO DEL AQU@SCOP HT
DHW WT PALLA DI ACQUA CALDA SANITARIA
DHW WT
µPC
CONTROL DE LA AQU@SCOP HT
DHW WT ACUMULADOR DE AGUA CALIENTE SANITARIA
ADDITIONAL ELECTRIC HEATER
CHAUFFAGE ELECTRIQUE ADDITIONNEL
ZUSATZLICHE ELEKTROHEIZUNG
RESISTENZE ELETTRICHE ADDIZIONALE
CALEFACCION ELECTRTICA ADICIONAL
AQU@SCOP HT
µPC
AEH
XX Aqu@Scop HT V2
µPC
AEH
REGULATEUR DE L' AQU@SCOP HT
CHAUFFAGE ELECTRIQUE ADDITIONNEL
µPC
AEH
AQU@SCOP HT CONTROLLER
ADDITIONAL ELECTRIC HEATER
µPC
AEH
KONTROLLEUR DES AQU@SCOP HT
ZUSATZLICHE ELEKTROHEIZUNG
µPC
AEH
CONTROLLO ELETTRONICO DEL AQU@SCOP HT
RESISTENZE ELETTRICHE ADDIZIONALE
µPC
AEH
CONTROL DE LA AQU@SCOP HT
CALEFACCION ELECTRICA ADICIONAL
APPENDIX / ANNEXE / ANLAGE / ALLEGATO / ANEXO
PERFORMANCES
PERFORMANCES
LEISTUNGSTABELLE
POTENZA
POTENCIA
AQU@‌SCOP HT 12-6
A7
W35
A2
W35
A-7
W35
A-15
W35
A7
W45
A7
W55
A-7
W55
A20
W55
Outdoor temperature
T entré air
T Lufteingang
Temperatura entrata di aria
Temperatura entrada por aire
7
2
-7
-15
7
7
-7
20
Outlet water temperature
T sortie eau
T Wasserausgang
Temperatura uscita di acqua
Temperatura sacada de agua
35
35
35
35
45
55
55
55
Water flow
Débit d'eau
Wasserdurchfluss
Flusso dell'acqua
Flujo de agua
L/h
1 008
1 008
1 008
1 008
960
584
584
584
Heating capacity
Puissance calorifique
wärmeerzeugend
Potenza calorifico
Potencia calorífica
W
6 000
8 640
8 960
7 200
5 760
5 520
9 000
7 600
Power input (1)
Puissance absorbée (1)
Stromverbrauch (1)
Potenza assorbita (1)
Potencia absorbida (1)
W
1 459
2 784
2 934
2 796
1 868
2 286
3 681
2 176
COP
4.11
3.10
3.05
2.57
3.08
2.42
2.45
3.49
Compressor
Compresseur
Kompressor
Compressore
Compresor
C2
C1+C2
C1+C2
C1+C2
C2
C2
C1+C2
C2
(1) According to EHPA and EN 14511
Aqu@Scop HT V2 XXI
APPENDIX / ANNEXE / ANLAGE / ALLEGATO / ANEXO
AQU@‌SCOP HT 14-7
A7
W35
A2
W35
A-7
W35
A-15
W35
A7
W45
A7
W55
A-7
W55
A20
W55
Outdoor temperature
T entré air
T Lufteingang
Temperatura entrata di aria
Temperatura entrada por aire
7
2
-7
-15
7
7
-7
20
Outlet water temperature
T sortie eau
T Wasserausgang
Temperatura uscita di acqua
Temperatura sacada de agua
35
35
35
35
45
55
55
55
Water flow
Débit d'eau
Wasserdurchfluss
Flusso dell'acqua
Flujo de agua
L/h
1 260
1 260
1 260
1 260
1 200
730
730
730
Heating capacity
Puissance calorifique
wärmeerzeugend
Potenza calorifico
Potencia calorífica
W
7 500
10 800
11 200
9 000
7 200
6 900
11 250
9 500
Power input (1)
Puissance absorbée (1)
Stromverbrauch (1)
Potenza assorbita (1)
Potencia absorbida (1)
W
1 820
3 473
3 660
3 488
2 330
2 851
4 592
2 714
COP
4.12
3.11
3.06
2.58
3.09
2.42
2.45
3.50
Compressor
Compresseur
Kompressor
Compressore
Compresor
C2
C1+C2
C1+C2
C1+C2
C2
C2
C1+C2
C2
A7
W35
A2
W35
A-7
W35
A-15
W35
A7
W45
A7
W55
A-7
W55
A20
W55
Outdoor temperature
T entré air
T Lufteingang
Temperatura entrata di aria
Temperatura entrada por aire
7
2
-7
-15
7
7
-7
20
Outlet water temperature
T sortie eau
T Wasserausgang
Temperatura uscita di acqua
Temperatura sacada de agua
35
35
35
35
45
55
55
55
(1) According to EHPA and EN 14511
AQU@‌SCOP HT 18-9
Water flow
Débit d'eau
Wasserdurchfluss
Flusso dell'acqua
Flujo de agua
L/h
1 487
1 487
1 487
1 487
1 416
861
861
861
Heating capacity
Puissance calorifique
wärmeerzeugend
Potenza calorifico
Potencia calorífica
W
8 850
10 800
11 200
9 000
7 200
6 900
11 250
9 500
Power input (1)
Puissance absorbée (1)
Stromverbrauch (1)
Potenza assorbita (1)
Potencia absorbida (1)
W
2 085
3 372
3 554
3 387
2 262
2 768
4 458
2 635
COP
4.24
3.20
3.15
2.66
3.18
2.49
2.52
3.61
Compressor
Compresseur
Kompressor
Compressore
Compresor
C2
C1+C2
C1+C2
C1+C2
C2
C2
C1+C2
C2
(1) According to EHPA and EN 14511
XXII Aqu@Scop HT V2
APPENDIX / ANNEXE / ANLAGE / ALLEGATO / ANEXO
Aqu@Scop HT V2 XXIII
APPENDIX / ANNEXE / ANLAGE / ALLEGATO / ANEXO
XXIV Aqu@Scop HT V2
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