EN Operating Instructions BioLyt (50,70,75) BioLyt

EN Operating Instructions BioLyt (50,70,75) BioLyt
Operating Instructions
BioLyt (50,70,75)
BioLyt (100,110,130,150,160)
Wood pellet boiler
United Kingdom
Hoval Ltd.
Northgate
Newark
Nottinghamshire NG24 1JN
Phone +44 1636 67 27 11
Fax
+44 1636 67 35 32
Export
Hoval Aktiengesellschaft
Austrasse 70
9490 Vaduz
Principality of Liechtenstein
Phone +423 399 24 00
Fax
+423 399 24 11
Figure: BioLyt (50-75)
Figure: BioLyt (100-160)
Subject to modifications
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EN
1.
Information about your heating system.............................................................................. 4
2.
Important information........................................................................................................... 5
3.
Functional principle of the heating system........................................................................ 7
4.
Heating system control...................................................................................................... 11
1.1
1.1.1
1.1.2
1.2
1.3
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
3.1
3.2
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.4.1
4.4.2
4.4.3
4.4.4
4.5
4.5.1
Fuel quality / pellet delivery.................................................................................................................... 4
Fuel quality................................................................................................................................................. 4
Pellet delivery............................................................................................................................................. 4
Important addresses and telephone numbers...................................................................................... 4
BioLyt (50-160) wood pellet boiler.......................................................................................................... 4
Key to symbols used............................................................................................................................... 5
Safety information.................................................................................................................................... 5
Entering the pellet storage room, storage tank..................................................................................... 5
Cautionary notes...................................................................................................................................... 6
What happens inside the BioLyt?.......................................................................................................... 9
How are the pellets extracted and conveyed from the storage room?............................................. 10
What is the function of the boiler controller TopTronic® T.................................................................. 11
How you can save energy..................................................................................................................... 11
Basic display.......................................................................................................................................... 11
Operating and display elements........................................................................................................... 12
Function of the operating elements.......................................................................................................... 12
Basic procedure for changing settings..................................................................................................... 12
What to do if ............................................................................................................................................ 13
Control elements on the boiler control panel............................................................................................ 14
Main settings.......................................................................................................................................... 16
Changing the room temperature.............................................................................................................. 16
4.5.1.1
4.5.1.2
Setting the desired room temperature, day.................................................................................................................16
Setting the desired reduced (night-time) temperature................................................................................................17
4.6
4.6.1
4.6.2
4.6.3
4.6.4
Operating modes.................................................................................................................................... 18
Function of the operating modes.............................................................................................................. 18
Operating modes for holiday and absence?............................................................................................. 19
Changing the operating mode - for "HOLIDAY TIL," "ABSENT TIL" and "PARTY TIL"............................. 20
Changing the operating mode - for "AUTOMATIC," "SUMMER," "HEATING," "RED. HEATING" and
"STANDBY".............................................................................................................................................. 21
Switching times (heating times)........................................................................................................... 22
Standard heating times............................................................................................................................ 22
Table for recording individual switching times.......................................................................................... 22
Changing the switching times (heating times).......................................................................................... 23
Copying switching times........................................................................................................................... 26
Heating curve......................................................................................................................................... 28
Heating curve (heating characteristic curve)............................................................................................ 28
Changing the heating curve (heating characteristic curve)...................................................................... 29
Hot water................................................................................................................................................. 30
Setting the domestic hot water temperature............................................................................................ 30
Manual DHW re-charging......................................................................................................................... 31
Domestic hot water economy temperature (reduced temperature).......................................................... 32
Further settings...................................................................................................................................... 34
Setting the clock....................................................................................................................................... 34
Setting the date........................................................................................................................................ 35
Changing between summer and winter time............................................................................................ 35
Setting the language................................................................................................................................ 36
Reloading the standard switching times program - Deleting your own time program.............................. 37
Manual operation .................................................................................................................................... 39
4.7
4.7.1
4.7.2
4.7.3
4.7.4
4.8
4.8.1
4.8.2
4.9
4.9.1
4.9.2
4.9.3
4.10
4.10.1
4.10.2
4.10.3
4.10.4
4.10.5
4.10.6
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4.11
4.11.1
4.11.2
4.11.3
4.11.4
4.11.5
4.11.6
4.11.7
System information................................................................................................................................ 40
Information key for system temperatures and heating circuit information................................................ 40
Information on the boiler status................................................................................................................ 41
Displaying and resetting the consumption meters and cleaning messages............................................. 43
Changing off-periods for the extraction system........................................................................................ 46
Special symbols....................................................................................................................................... 49
Maintenance message............................................................................................................................. 49
Optional accessories................................................................................................................................ 50
5.
Fault repair.......................................................................................................................... 51
6.
Checking the water level.................................................................................................... 56
7.
Maintenance BioLyt (50-75)................................................................................................ 57
8.
Maintenance BioLyt (100-160)............................................................................................ 60
9.
Emptying the ash box and resetting the counter............................................................. 63
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
Blocking switch and reset button......................................................................................................... 51
Display of heating regulator alarms..................................................................................................... 51
Display of boiler controller alarms....................................................................................................... 51
Overview of alarms, heating regulator TopTronic®T............................................................................ 52
Overview of alarms, boiler controller................................................................................................... 54
Checklist in case of faults..................................................................................................................... 55
7.1Commissioning...................................................................................................................................... 57
7.2
Regular checks....................................................................................................................................... 57
7.3
Cleaning the boiler................................................................................................................................. 57
8.1Commissioning...................................................................................................................................... 60
8.2
Regular checks....................................................................................................................................... 60
8.3
Cleaning the boiler................................................................................................................................. 60
9.1
Resetting the message "empty ash box" (W:40)................................................................................ 63
10. How you can save energy.................................................................................................. 64
11. Instructions on proper disposal of individual system components.............................. 64
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1.
Information about your heating system
Dear heating system owner,
With the purchase of this Hoval BioLyt (50-160)
wood pellet boiler, you have made an excellent choice. It offers you all the advantages of a modern and
efficient heating system.
Please read these instructions carefully. They describe how the boiler works, how it is operated and
serviced.
Further information can be obtained from our Sales
and Service Centres. (See last page for contact details).
1.2
Important addresses and telephone
numbers
Heating engineer__________________________
________________________________________
________________________________________
Plumber__________________________
________________________________________
________________________________________
Electrician__________________________
________________________________________
________________________________________
1.1
1.1.1
Fuel quality / pellet delivery
Fuel quality
The BioLyt (50-160) wood pellet boiler has been designed for optimum combustion of wood pellets. The
pellets must meet the requirements of at least one
of the standards listed below
• ÖNORM M 7135
• DIN 51731 / HP5 (DINplus)
• SN 166000
• EN 14961-2 / A1 (ENplus/A1)
Hoval recommends ENplus (Class A1):
Master chimney sweep_________________________
________________________________________
________________________________________
1.3
BioLyt (50-160) wood pellet boiler
To be completed by the heating engineer:
Order No. / Manufacturing No.:__________________
Boiler type:__________________________________
Boiler power rating:________________________ kW
Hot water buffer storage tank size (if present):______
Calorifier size:_______________________________
Heating pump type:___________________________
Heating regulator type:________________________
Mixing valves type:___________________________
Calculation basis for heating system
1.1.2
Pellet delivery
• Do not fill the storage room until after initial commissioning of the boiler.
• Switch off the heating system as instructed 15
min. before filling the storage room.
• To measure pellet consumption since the last delivery, reset the counter "USAGE 1." You can measure consumption over a specific period of time
(e.g. annual consumption) by always resetting the
counter on a specific date (e.g. January 1). For
further information, see Chapter 4.11.03.
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Information about your heating system
Lowest outside temperature:__________________ °C
Energy demand:__________________________ kW
Max. flow temperature:______________________ °C
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Important information
2.1
•Parents must keep their children
away from the boiler room; the
heating system is not a toy!
Key to symbols used
Please pay particular attention to the following symbols used in this operating manual.
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2.2
Failure to observe instructions to this
effect can lead to danger to persons.
•Do not burn unsuitable fuel (see
Chapter 1.1); otherwise, any possible warranty claims will become
invalid.
Failure to observe instructions to this
effect can lead to malfunctions or damage to the boiler or the heating system.
• Do not carry out any modifications
to the system (possible danger to
persons; possible loss of warranty).
The marked sections of text contain
information and tips on operating and
running the system.
Safety information
(Information for the protection of persons)
•Caution
Switch off the heating system as
instructed 15 min. before filling
the storage room.
Press the blocking switch.
•Keep the air supply to the boiler
room open:
Air inlets and outlets must not be
closed. It is important to ensure
that the combustion air required
for correct operation of the boiler
can flow unhindered in order to
protect operating personnel from
an oxygen-depleted atmosphere.
• Do not operate the boiler with the
doors or pellet hopper open (danger of burn-back). In addition, any
sparks emitted from the boiler could
cause a fire.
• The system must be cleaned regularly, otherwise any possible warranty claims will become invalid.
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2.3
Entering the pellet storage room,
storage tank
Under unfavourable circumstances, an increased
concentration of harmful gases (such as carbon monoxide) may occur in pellet storage rooms, possibly posing a risk when accumulating over a longer
period of time. Despite the fact that under normal
circumstances, there is no risk at all, the possibility
of such a scenario cannot be ruled out.
• If work is being carried out in filled storage rooms,
a second person must always be present outside
the room for safety reasons.
• The pellet storage room must always be thoroughly aerated before anyone enters it.
The storage room must be ventilated for at least
15 minutes. In the case of pellet storage rooms
with a volume of more than 10 t, the duration of
ventilation must be extended or mechanical ventilation provided.
• No-one should enter the storage room in the four
weeks following filling. If it is necessary for persons
to enter the storage room, the room must be ventilated for at least 2 hours before entering.
• It must be ensured that the storage room door
remains open while there are persons inside the
storage room.
• Entering fuel storage rooms that have not been
aerated (particularly underground tanks) must be
avoided, and only trained personnel is permitted to
do so. Before entering the room or tank, the concentration of CO must be measured (the concentration must be less than 30 ppm). If necessary,
thoroughly aerate the storage room or tank before
entering it.
Important information
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• It the storage area is difficult to access or if it is accessible only from above (as in the case of underground tanks), the person entering the tank must
be additionally secured.
• Keep children away from the pellet storage area!
• If there are moving parts (worm conveyors) in the
storage room, turn off the mains switch of the heating system before entering the storage room, as
otherwise there is a risk of injury.
• Smoking, naked flames and other possible sources of ignition are prohibited inside the storage
room.
2.4
Cautionary notes
(Information on the protection of the heating system)
Checking the water level
Check the water level in the system at regular intervals (see Chapter 6).
Filling the heating system
The heating system can normally be filled and topped up with mains water. No chemical additives
should be added to the water. The water quality can
vary greatly in different parts of the country (you can
obtain information about the water quality from your
local water company), and it might not always be
suitable for filling the heating system (highly corrosive or very hard water).
Please contact your heating engineer in such cases
(see also Technical Information).
Circulation pumps
During the periods when no heating is required, the
circulation pumps should be operated for approx. 2
minutes at least once every month. This will prevent
the pumps from seizing up.
Operation and cleaning
Periodic cleaning and inspection by the heating engineer or Hoval customer service will not only extend
the service life of the pellet boiler, but also increase
its operating safety and ensure that a high combustion efficiency is maintained.
• In winter mode, the boilers must be cleaned approx. every 2 weeks by means of the special tool
supplied and a vacuum cleaner with ash retainer.
• Pellet storage rooms must be cleaned regularly
(approx. every 3-4 years), and the sawdust which
has accumulated must be disposed of!
• Large-scale pellet-fired systems must be monitored on a daily basis when operated in winter at
full load. The pellet storage rooms and discharge
systems must also be checked for fault-free operation and to ensure that the supply of pellets is
sufficient.
Protecting the boiler
Do not use sprays, solvents, chlorine based cleaning products, paint, adhesives etc. in the proximity
of the boiler. These substances can cause corrosion
inside the boiler and the flue gas system.
Pressure relief valve, backfire protection and
thermal discharge safety device
The correct functioning of the various safety devices
(pressure relief valve on the heating installation,
backfire protection valve on the burner, pellet hopper seal, thermal discharge safety device) must be
checked periodically by the heating engineer.
The heating installation must be inspected regularly
according to local regulations.
For Austria only
In Austria, with industrial plants exceeding 50 kW,
the FAV ordinance for combustion plants must also
be observed.
Tightness / Burn-back protection
The doors and pellet hopper must be checked for
leaks on an annual basis. Smoke leaks should be
avoided in order to prevent any toxic low-temperature gases from escaping into the boiler room. Moreover, leaky doors or a faulty pellet hopper seal could
cause the embers to burn back into the pellet burner.
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Important information
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3.
Functional principle of the heating system
It is important that the perfectly coordinated individual components function properly to ensure that your
home stays warm in winter.
COMPONENTS
Wood pellet
boiler
Pellets
The process of combustion within the boiler converts
the natural energy contained in the pellets into heat.
Optional
heating water
buffer storage tank
It is used for intermediate storage of hot heating water (max. 90°C). It thus compensates for any differences between heat generation and demand.
Storage
calorifier
Holds a reserve of domestic hot water for household
consumption (e.g. for showering).
Boiler controller
with heating regulator
Controls and monitors the operation of the boiler.
Maintains the desired room temperature optimally
and fuel-efficiently, independent of the outside temperature.
Radiators
underfloor heating, if
fitted
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FUNCTION:
Burns the pellets safely and in an environmentally friendly manner..
Extracts the heat from the combustion gases and
transfers it to the heating water.
Releases the heat of the heating water into the room.
Heating pump
Transports the heating water from the boiler to the radiators and back into the boiler, where it is reheated.
Heating water
and heating pipes
Transports the heat which is generated from the boiler to the radiators.
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Mixing valve
Adjusts the heating flow temperature to the radiator
to maintain the desired room temperature whatever
the outside temperature. This is achieved by mixing
in colder return heating water.
Pressure gauge
Displays the water pressure in the heating system.
Air vent
Ensures that the heating pipes contain only heating
water and no air.
Safety valve
Prevents overpressure in the system.
Membrane expansion
tank
Maintains the pressure in the system at a constant
level and absorbs the expansion water.
Depending on the type of heating system selected, some of the components might not be present or
others added. The heating engineer will explain the system to you.
Radiators underfloor heating, if fitted
Heating pump
Mixing valve
Wood pellet
boiler
Calorifier
Hot water buffer storage tank (optional)
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3.1
What happens inside the BioLyt?
The Hoval BioLyt has been designed for the lowemission combustion of wood pellets in accordance
with ÖNORM M 7135 and DIN 51731, HP5 (or DINplus), as well as EN 14961-2, A1 or ENplus.
The metering screw conveys the wood pellets from
the pellet hopper to the feeder screw via a downpipe with rotary valve. The metering screw adjusts
the amount of pellets conveyed as a function of
the power demand, while the continuously operating feeder screw feeds the pellets into the burner
pipe. Degassing of the pellets takes place in the rear
section of the burner pipe by means of primary air
supplied by the pressure fan. The combustible gas
thus generated is thoroughly mixed with secondary
air (supplied by the induced draught fan) in the front
section, where it burns cleanly and completely with
low emission levels.
The horizontal combustion results in a flame similar to that of an oil or gas burner. The combustion
system achieves an excellent pellet burn-out rate.
Thanks to the large, mostly refractory lined combustion chamber, it is possible to attain a long dwell time
of the hot gases as well as sufficiently high combustion temperatures. These factors contribute to a
further optimisation of the burn-out quality. The heat
exchange between the hot gases and the heating
water takes place by means of the proven thermolytic secondary heating surface. The secondary heating surface is cleaned fully automatically.
The ashes arising as a result of the combustion process are collected in the combustion chamber and
are periodically conveyed to the ash container by the
ash discharge screw.
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Functional principle of the heating system
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3.2
How are the pellets extracted and
conveyed from the storage room?
The pellets are extracted from the storage room by
means of a worm conveyor and then transported to
the pellet hopper on the boiler by means of a vacuum
turbine.
The pellet hopper on the boiler includes two filling
level indicators:
- for the signal “pellet hopper full” / top
- for the signal “pellet hopper empty” / bottom
The extraction system can be disabled during two
periods of time per day (e.g. to avoid unwelcome
noise during the night). The factory settings are from
12.30 p.m. to 2.30 p.m. and from 9.30 p.m. to 8.00
a.m. To ensure that there is an adequate supply of
pellets to span such off-periods, forced burn-out with
filling of the pellet hopper is carried out 30 min. before
the beginning of every off-period. Off-periods can be
deactivated by setting the beginning and end of the
respective period to 00.00 (see Chapter 4.11.4).
The pellet hopper can only be filled during the preset
enable time in order to minimise the noise in the
building.
The filling process is started every time the burner
enters burn-out mode or, at the latest, when the bottom fill level indicator signals “empty”.
First, the suction turbine starts up.
Then, the discharge screw starts operating after a
delay of approx. 15 secs.
As soon as the upper filling level indicator sends the
signal for “pellet hopper full”, the discharge screw
is stopped; the suction turbine then stops operating
after a set time delay (for purging the hoses).
Suction turbine under
sound absorbing hood
Discharge screw
Screw motor
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Functional principle of the heating system
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4.
Heating system control
4.1
What is the function of the boiler
controller TopTronic® T
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ENERGY
4.2
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The boiler controller, together with the
temperature sensor connected to it, is,
so to speak, the brain of the heating system. Its main functions are:
-- maintaining the desired room temperature independent of the outside temperature
-- heating the living space when required
-- producing warm water (e.g. for showering) only when required
-- displaying information
Further functions:
-- input of desired temperatures and operating modes
-- turning the heat generator ON/OFF
-- monitoring temperatures
The correct settings for the heating system have
already been applied by Hoval, or the installer, during commissioning. Any changes to those settings
should only be carried out if you go away on a trip
or if your home is too cold or too warm. You can find
an overview of the most frequently asked questions
and the answers to them in Chapter 4.4.3.
How you can save energy
For your benefit and for the environment, use energy efficiently and avoid
unneccessary losses:
With little effort, you can optimise the
operation of your system and make it
worth while.
It is worth turning the heating off
again during spells of warm weather
in autumn to prevent your heating system generating unnecessary heat when
outside temperatures are low in the morning and thus overheating your home.
Turning the heating on or off depending
on the weather conditions is one of the
most effective energy-saving measures.
If you want to save yourself the effort of
going down into the cellar, you may want
to consider acquiring a “remote control”
from Hoval, which will allow you to operate and control the heating comfortably
from your living room.
4.3
Basic display
The basic display shows the day of the week, date
and time as well as the current heat generator temperature or another temperature (system­dependent).
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4.4
Operating and display elements
4.4.1
Function of the operating elements
The central PUSH & TURN button and the labelled keys are designed for easy
and straightforward operation.
PUSH & TURN button:
Change and store values
Function keys
4.4.2
Function keys
Basic procedure for changing settings
An example
Select the desired function
Turn the PUSH & TURN button to
select or change the desired parameter (flashing word or number)
Press the Info key at any time to
return to the basic display without
storing the values set
Press the PUSH & TURN button
to store the value set
It is also possible to store the value
using the selected function key.
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4.4.3
What to do if ...
The following information can be used as a first level support in frequently occurring situations.
Observation
Remedy
It is too cold
Set higher values for the room temperature with
(Chapter 4.4.1).
and the rotary button
It is too warm
Set lower values for the room temperature with
(Chapter 4.4.1).
and the rotary button
From now on, equal day
and night temperatures
should be maintained
continuously
Use
This evening, I want the
heating to remain on for
longer
Use to set the operating mode to  "PARTY" and set the desired time
(Chapter 4.6.1, 4.6.3).
I require a larger amount
of hot water at the moment
Press
4.9.2).
From now on, hot water
but no heating is required
Use to set the operating mode to  "SUMMER" (heating off, hot water
only) (Chapter 4.6.1, 4.6.4).
Suddenly, there is no
heating or hot water; it
is cold.
Check the heating regulator and boiler controller for alarms (Chapter 5.2, 5.3)
and consult a heating engineer if necessary
The room temperature
setpoint requires frequent adjustments because it is too cold or
too hot
Change the set heating curve (Chapter 4.8.2).
Changing the heating curve does not make sense if your system is fitted with
a room air sensor (or room station) and an outside sensor. The correct settings
for the heating curve are then provided automatically. Consult a specialist if
necessary.
I will be absent for several hours during the day
today
Use to set the operating mode to  "ABSENT TIL" and set the time of
your return (Chapter 4.6.1 - 4.6.3).
I am going away on a
short trip (e.g. 3 days)
Use to set the operating mode to  "HOLIDAY TIL" and set the date
of your return (Chapter 4.6.1 - 4.6.3).
I am going away for an
indefinite period of time
In summer, it is too cold
or too warm.
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Use
to set the operating mode to

"HEATING" (Chapter 4.6.1, 4.6.4).
for 3 seconds and set the additional re-charging time (Chapter
to set the operating mode to  "RED. HEATING."
On your return, use to set operating mode  "AUTOMATIC"
(Chapter 4.6.1, 4.6.2, 4.6.4).
Indicates that the summer disconnection is active. If it is too cold for you, use
to set operating mode  "HEATING" (Chapter 4.6.1, 4.6.4).
Heating system control
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4.4.4
10
9
8 7
Key
Control elements on the boiler control panel
6
2
11 12
4
14
5
1
Designation
Function
Blocking switch
Switch off and block the boiler
(e.g for cleaning).
1
2
3
13
A 2nd electronic heating
regulator can be installed
here (for 2nd residential
unit) if required.
Daytime room temperature Set the daytime room temperature.
Chap. 4.5.1.1
3
Reduced
room temperature
Set the night-time room temperature (reduced heating).
Chap. 4.5.1.2
4
Domestic hot water temperature
Set the domestic hot water temperature. Manual DHW
re-charging.
Chap. 4.9.1, 4.9.2
Push & Turn button
Change the values by turning. Acknowledge the values by pressing. Select functions by pressing and
turning.
Information key
• Show operating data on the display
• Return to the basic display without saving
the values.
Ex. 4.11.1
Heating characteristics
Set the heating curve
5
6
7
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Heating system control
Chap. 4.8.2
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Key
Designation
Function
8
Operating mode
selection key
Select the operating modes
Turn off the heating system while you are on holiday
 Holiday
(frost protection)
Chap. 4.6.1 - 4.6.3
Switch off the heating temporarily Chap. 4.6.1 - 4.6.3
 Absence
Extend heating operation
Chap. 4.6.1 - 4.6.3
 Party
Automatic heating according to the preset heating
 Automatic
times = normal heating operation Chap. 4.6.1, 4.6.4
Hot water only, heating off
Chap. 4.6.1, 4.6.4
 Summer
Constant heating mode
Chap. 4.6.1, 4.6.4
 Heating
reduced heating operation
 Reduced heating Constant
Chap. 4.6.1, 4.6.2, 4.6.4

Standby
9
Manual mode / emission
measurement
10
Display
System off - frost protection active
Chap. 4.6.1, 4.6.2, 4.6.4
For heating technician only or for preliminary acknowledgement of a maintenance prompt (see chap.
4.11.6).
The basic display shows the day of the week, date
and time, as well as the current heat generator temperature or another temperature (system-dependent).
1
6
2
3
7
4
5
Possible readouts:
1 Active heating time 24h
2 Day display
3 Display of the active operating state and the clock
programme
4Time
5 Selected operating mode
6 Date / Day / Month / Year
7 Heat generator temperature or another temperature
(system-dependent)
11
Control panel fuse,
under the hinged cover
Check the 6.3 A fuse if all displays remain dark. This
may only be done by the heating technician!
12
Reset button,
under the hinged cover
Press the Reset button under the hinged cover if the
display shows “Error.” If this happens frequently, notify
your Customer Service centre.
13
Brief operating instructions Special brief operating instructions are provided with
in the hinged cover
the boiler controller.
14
Burner fault light
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Press the Reset button (see no. 12)
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4.5
4.5.1
Main settings
Changing the room temperature
i These adjustments can also be
carried out on a room station.
4.5.1.1 Setting the desired room temperature, day
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Start - Basic display
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1
Tap the “Daytime room temperature” key.
2
i If “MC1” is shown on the display,
ROOM DAY
The daytime room temperature setpoint flashes.
20.0c
3
Set the desired room temperature
by turning the “PUSH & TURN button.”
you need to select the heating circuit.
(Information on which heating circuit to select for your home can be
found on page 4 of these instructions).
i Setting range 5 - 30°C
(Factory setting 20°C)
4
ROOM DAY
The new “Daytime room temperature” setpoint appears on the display.
22.0C
5
6
16
Tap the "Daytime room temperature" key to acknowledge the temperature setpoint.
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4.5.1.2 Setting the desired reduced (night-time) temperature
Mo 16 AUG.'04
Start - Basic display
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1
Tap the “Reduced room temperature” key.
2
ROOM NIGHT
The night-time room temperature
setpoint flashes.
20.0C
i If “MC1” is shown on the display,
you need to select the heating circuit.
3
Set the desired room temperature
by turning the “PUSH & TURN button.”
i Setting range 5 - 30°C
(Factory setting 16°C)
4
ROOM NIGHT
18.0C
The new “Reduced room temperature” setpoint appears on the display.
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6
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Tap the "Reduced room temperature" key to acknowledge the temperature setpoint.
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4.6
4.6.1
Operating modes
Function of the operating modes
Operating mode
Function
Application
HOLIDAY
- Heating system off while you are on holiday.
- Room temperature set to minimum (10°C).
- Calorifier frost protected (5 °C).
You are going on holiday for e.g. 1 week and you
know the date of your return.
Chap. 4.6.2, 4.6.3

i
ABSENT
End of holiday = Return date. Normal heating is resumed on the day of your return!
Setting range: current date + 250 days.
To switch back to automatic mode prematurely - press the "operating mode selection key"
- Heating system OFF
(heating temporarily switched off until set time).
- Room temperature set to minimum (10°C).
- Calorifier frost protected (5 °C).

i
PARTY

i
You leave home in the morning and come back
in the evening.
Chap. 4.6.2, 4.6.3
Setting range: 0.5 - 24 h.
To switch back to automatic mode prematurely - press the "operating mode selection key"
conds.
-Extend heating operation (daytime room temperature) up to set day/night time (you do not want
to reduce the room temperature at the preset
time).
Setting range: 0.5 - 24 h.
You have guests in the evening.
- Automatic heating mode according to the heating
times set in the 1st switching times program =
normal heating mode.

i
SUMMER
i
HEATING

RED. HEATING
STANDBY

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for 3 se-
for 3 se-
You want to heat as cost effectively and efficiently as possible.
Chap. 4.6.4
06.00 - 22.00
22.00 - 06.00
05.00 - 22.00
- Heating system OFF
- DHW is produced at the times set in the switching
times program (for showering, etc.)
- Frost protection active.


Factory setting:
Heating: Reduced heating: Domestic hot water: Chap. 4.6.3
To switch back to automatic mode prematurely - press the "operating mode selection key"
conds.
AUTOMATIC
for 3 seconds.
Heating the rooms is unnecessary due to the
high outside temperatures.
Chap. 4.6.4
Factory setting for domestic hot water: 05:00 - 22:00
Operating mode “Summer” cannot be selected if each heating circuit is adjusted separately.
- The room temperature is not reduced during the
night.
-The rooms are continuously heated at the set
“daytime room temperature"
.
- DHW mode according to switching program.
You would like to heat the rooms during the
night, too.
Chap. 4.6.4
- The rooms are continuously heated at the "Reduced room temperature."
- Continuous reduced heating mode.
You are going away for an indefinite period of
time.
Chap. 4.6.2, 4.6.4
- Heating system OFF.
- Frost protection active.
- No DHW mode.
You are travelling for an indefinite period of time
in spring or in autumn. It does not matter if the
rooms are cold on your return. You do not need
warm water on your return.
Chap. 4.6.2, 4.6.4
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4.6.2
Operating modes for holiday and absence?
Depending on how long you will be away and what your requirements are with regard to comfort, there are different operating modes available for interrupting or reducing the heating. In any case, you will save a lot of energy and money if the rooms
are not heated or heated less during your absence.
The following table is intended as a guide for finding the best operating mode for
each particular case:
Application
Operating mode
Function
You are going on holiday for
e.g. 1 week and you know the
date of your return.
"HOLIDAY TIL"
-Heating system OFF / Calorifier frost protected (5°C)
- Room temperature set to minimum (10°C)
Setting range:
from current date to 250 days in
the future!
End of holiday = Return date.
Normal heating is resumed on
the day of your return!
Early return:
Press for 3 sec. to return
to dann "AUTOMATIC" (Chap.
4.6.1, 4.6.3).

Heating system and DHW off
while you are on holiday.
You leave home in the morning and come back in the
evening.
"ABSENT TIL"

Heating temporarily interrupted
until set time.
Setting range: 0.5 - 24h
Heating interrupted temporarily
You will be away for an indefinite period of time and want
the living area to be at the set
reduced temperature on your
return.
"RED. HEATING"
You will be away for an indefinite period of time during
spring or autumn and you
don’t mind if your home is
cool on your return.
"STANDBY"

Continuous reduced heating
mode

System off - frost protection
active
Continuous reduced heating
and DHW mode (reduced, see
Chap. 4.9.3) around the clock.
The entire heating system is
switched off and frost-protected.
Calorifier is frost-protected!
For a detailed description of how to set the operating modes, see Chap. 4.6.3, 4.6.4.
You can return to the “AUTOMATIC” function (normal heating mode) at any time by “pressing”
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4.6.3
Changing the operating mode - for "HOLIDAY TIL," "ABSENT TIL" and "PARTY TIL"
Procedure for activating the operating modes “HOLIDAY TIL”, “ABSENT TIL” or “PARTY TIL”.
Tap the “Operating mode selection”
key.
1
OP. MODE
“OP. MODE” is displayed briefly.
2
AUTOMATIC
3
The currently active operating
mode is then shown flashing on the
display.
i A black rectangle in the lower sec-
Set the desired operating mode by
turning the “PUSH & TURN button”:
i "HOLIDAY TIL,"
tion of the display points to the corresponding symbol!

"ABSENT TIL"
or "PARTY TIL."
4
HOLIDAY TIL
The selected operating mode (e.g.
"HOLIDAY TIL") is shown flashing
on the display.
5
Tap the “PUSH & TURN button” to
acknowledge the selected operating mode.
6
HOLIDAY TIL
27.08
Today’s date (“HOLIDAY TIL”) or
the current time (“ABSENT TIL”,
“PARTY TIL”) is shown flashing on
the display.
7
i -for “HOLIDAY TIL”, the date on
Turn the “PUSH & TURN button”
and select:
8
9
20
which you return from your holiday.
-for “ABSENT TIL”, the expected
time of your return (within max.
24h).
- for “PARTY TIL”, the time the party is expected to end.
Tap the “PUSH & TURN button” to
acknowledge the setting.
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4.6.4
Changing the operating mode - for "AUTOMATIC," "SUMMER," "HEATING," "RED. HEATING" and "STANDBY"
Procedure for activating the operating modes “AUTOMATIC”, “SUMMER” , “HEATING”, “RED. HEATING” and “STANDBY”
Follow the steps 1 to 3 described in
Chapter 4.6.3 “Changing the operating mode”!
i "AUTOMATIC,"
Set the desired operating mode by
turning the “PUSH & TURN button”:
"SUMMER,"
"HEATING,"
"RED. HEATING"
or "STANDBY."
4
RED. HEATING
The selected operating mode (e.g.
"RED. HEATING") is shown flashing on the display.
5
Tap the “PUSH & TURN button” to
acknowledge the setting.
6
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4.7
Switching times (heating times)
i In this menu, the switching times programs can be set individually for the
heating and DHW modes.
i The default heating times preset by the manufacturer are overwritten.
However, you can restore the default times easily
(see Chapter 4.10.5).
i It is possible to program up to 3 heating times per day.
i The switching times are only active when the “AUTOMATIC” mode is selected.
4.7.1
Standard heating times
Circuit
Day
Heating from - to
All heating circuits (HC,MC-1,MC-2)
Mo-Su
06.00 - 22.00
Hot water circuit (DHW)
Mo-Su
05.00 - 22.00
4.7.2
Table for recording individual switching times
Switching times program for living area...............
(MC1)
Day
Cycle 1
from
Cycle 2
to
from
Cycle 3
to
from
to
Switching times program for living area..............
(MC2)
Day
Cycle 1
from
Cycle 2
to
from
Cycle 3
to
from
to
Mo
Mo
Tu
Tu
We
We
Th
Th
Fr
Fr
Sa
Sa
Su
Su
Switching times program for living area..............
(HC)
Switching time program for calorifier (DHW)
Day
Cycle 1
from
Cycle 2
to
from
Cycle 3
to
from
to
Day
Cycle 1
from
Cycle 2
to
from
Cycle 3
to
from
to
Mo
Mo
Tu
Tu
We
We
Th
Th
Fr
Fr
Sa
Sa
Su
Su
Further standard programs can be - or may already have been - set-up or enabled for programming
by the installer
(P1-P3) see Page 23.
A maximum of 3 heating times per day are possible, e.g.:
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... pro Tag
1 Heizzyklus!
... pro Tag
2 Heizzyklen!
... pro Tag
3 Heizzyklen!
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4.7.3
Changing the switching times (heating times)
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62.5C
1
Press the “PUSH & TURN button”
for at least 3 sec.
2
TIMEPROGRAMS
“TIMEPROGRAMS” is shown flashing on the display.
3
Tap the “PUSH & TURN button” to
acknowledge the selected operating
mode.
4
TIMEPROGRAMS
“HC” is shown flashing on the display
HC
5
Select the desired heating circuit by
turning the “PUSH & TURN button.”
6
i if necessary, select switching time
program P1, P2 or P3.
e.g.
TIMEPROGRAMS
MC-1
7
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Tap the “PUSH & TURN button” to
acknowledge the selected heating
circuit.
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
0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24
06.00-22.00
The first day of the week is shown
flashing on the display.
MO-18
Turn the “PUSH & TURN button” until the desired day is displayed.
i Change the flashing value by tur-
ning the “PUSH & TURN button.”
Acknowledge by tapping the
“PUSH & TURN button.”
Go back one step with
.
Return to the starting point with
or, automatically, after approx. 60
sec.
9

0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24
06.00-22.00
The selected day of the week is
shown flashing on the display.
MO-110
Tap the “PUSH & TURN button” to
acknowledge the day.
11

0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24
06.00-22.00
The heating start time is shown
flashing on the display.
MO-112
Set the desired heating start time
by turning the “PUSH & TURN button.”
13
Tap the “PUSH & TURN button” to
acknowledge the set start time.
14

0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24
06.00-22.00
The heating end time is shown flashing on the display.
MO-115
Set the desired heating end time by
turning the “PUSH & TURN button.”
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Tap the “PUSH & TURN button” to
acknowledge the set end time.
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
0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24
i After confirmation of the end time,
the day of the week flashes again.
06.00-22.00
MO-118
Turn the "Push & Turn" button to set
a second heating time (Mo -2-).
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
0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24
Set the switching times as described for the previous heating circuits.
-.---.-MO-2-
Keep turning to reach the following
day.
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
0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24
Set the switching times as described for the previous days.
06.00-22.00
i You can also copy the switching
SU-1-
times from other days (see Chapter
4.7.4).
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Tap the “Operating mode selection”
key to acknowledge the settings.
22
If P1 is displayed, it means that further standard heating time programs are already enabled.
If not, P2 and P3 can be enabled by the heating technician.
Factory setting:
Switching times program P2
Circuit
All heating circuits
(HC,MC-1,MC-2)
Hot water circuit
(DHW)
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Day
Heating from
Mo-Th
06.00-08.00 16.00-22.00
Fr
06.00-08.00 13.00-22.00
Sa-Su
07.00-23.00
Mo-Th
05.00-08.00 15.30-22.00
Fr
05.00-08.00 12.30-22.00
Sa-Su
06.00-23.00
Factory setting:
Switching times program P3
Circuit
Day
Heating from
All heating circuits
(HC,MC-1,MC-2)
Mo-Fr
07.00-18.00
Sa-Su
reduced
Hot water circuit
(DHW)
Mo-Fr
06.00-18.00
Sa-Su
reduced
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4.7.4
Copying switching times
Follow the steps 1 to 8 described
in Chapter 4.7.3 “Changing the
switching times”!
Select the “COPY”, “DAY” by turning
the “PUSH & TURN button.”
10
The settings flash on the display.
COPY
DAY
11
Tap the “PUSH & TURN button” to
acknowledge the settings.
i Change the flashing value by tur-
12
COPY
FROM
MO
The selected setting value is shown
flashing on the display.
ning the “PUSH & TURN button.”
Acknowledge by tapping the
“PUSH & TURN button.”
Go back one step with
.
Return to the starting point with
or, automatically, after approx.
60 sec.
13
Select the day you want to copy by
turning the “PUSH & TURN button”.
14
Tap the “PUSH & TURN button” to
acknowledge the day.
15
COPY
TO
MO
TU
The target day(s) is (are) shown
flashing on the display.
i Top line
= value to copy
Bottom line = target
16
Select the desired value by turning
the “PUSH & TURN button.”
i Days of the week:
Whole week:
Workdays:
Weekend:
MO, TU....
1-7
1-5
6 - 7.
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Tap the “PUSH & TURN button”
briefly to acknowledge the setting.
18
Confirmation for correct copying of
day(s).
COPY
DAY
OK
19
COPY
TO
Target range for the next copy process is shown flashing on the display.
MO
50
i The same value as in the preceding
action is copied to the target range!
20
Select the next copy range by turning the “PUSH & TURN button.”
21
COPY
MO
TO
6-7
Target range for the copy process
is shown again flashing on the display.
i Follow the same procedure to cre-
Tap the “Operating mode selection”
key to acknowledge the settings.
i The start display is shown (basic
ate any additional copies required.
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display).
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4.8
4.8.1
Heating curve
Heating curve (heating characteristic curve)
i The heating curve describes the flow temperature of a heating system as a
function of the outside temperature.
i The heating curve is preset by the installer *.
i Carry out temporary changes to the room temperature settings via the “Daytime room temperature” or “Reduction temperature.”
i The heating characteristic curve settings should only be changed if the room
temperature is not reached over a longer period of time during the heating
period.
0.3 to 0.8
1.0 to 2.0
1.4 to 2.0
Heating curve slope
Heating flow temperature
Recommended settings:
Underfloor heating:
Radiator heating:
Convector heating:
Outside temperature
Example:
You have set the system to radiator heating and a heating curve slope of 1.0.
At an outside temperature of -10°C, this results in a flow temperature of approx.
52°C if a temperature of 20°C is required.
* Info :
The heating curve for the direct circuit is set to OFF by default. The direct
heating circuit is activated automatically by setting a value.
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4.8.2
Changing the heating curve (heating characteristic curve)
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C
1
Tap the "Heating characteristics“
key.
2
HEAT. CURVE
HC
"Heating curve“ - display appears,
"HC“ flashes
OFF
3
Select the desired heating circuit by
turning the “PUSH & TURN button.”
4
Tap the “PUSH & TURN button” to
acknowledge.
5
HEAT. CURVE
HC
OFF
The slope of the heating charac­
teristic curve is shown flashing on
the display, or OFF if the selected
heating circuit is not connected
6
Set the desired slope of the heating
characteristic curve by turning the
“PUSH & TURN button.”
7
Tap the “PUSH & TURN button” to
acknowledge the selected value.
8
The selected slope of the heating
characteristic curve is shown.
HEAT. CURVE
HC
1.5
9
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Turn the PUSH & TURN button to
set further heating circuits...
1
HEAT. CURVE
MC
“Heating curves” appears again on
the display.
i For example “MC” (flashing).
Tap the “Operating mode selection”
key to acknowledge the settings.
i The start display is shown (basic
1.00
2
display).
3
4.9
4.9.1
Hot water
Setting the domestic hot water temperature
Mo 16 AUG.'04
Start - Basic display
14 / 00 / 62.5C
1
Tap the “Hot water temperature”
key.
2
DHW
60.0C
DAY
The currently set hot water temperature is shown flashing on the
display.
3
Set the desired hot water temperature by turning the “PUSH & TURN
button.”
i Setting range 10 - 65°C
Factory setting 60°C
4
The selected hot water temperature flashes.
DHW
DAY
63.0C
5
6
30
Tap the “Domestic hot water temperature” key to acknowledge the
temperature setpoint.
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4.9.2
Manual DHW re-charging
In the case of increased hot water demand, it is possible to conduct a temporary additional heat-up of the
calorifier. The calorifier is then re-charged once according to the set daytime hot water temperature.
Mo 16 AUG.'04
Start - Basic display
14 / 00 / 62.5C
1
Press and hold the “Hot water temperature” key for 3 seconds.
2
DHW - RECHAR
0.0min
The additional DHW charging time
is displayed; the minutes display
flashes.
3
Set the desired additional charging
time by turning the “PUSH & TURN
button.”
i Setting range 0 - 240 min.
4
Tap the “PUSH & TURN button” to
acknowledge the setting.
5
DHW - RECHAR
14:16
63.0
C
The selected additional charging
time is shown.
i The information on the display disappears when re-charging is completed.
6
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4.9.3
Domestic hot water economy temperature (reduced temperature)
Mo 16 AUG.'04
Start - Basic display
14 / 00 / 62.5C
1
Press the “PUSH & TURN button”
for 3 seconds.
2
TIMEPROGRAMS
“Switching times” is shown flashing
on the display.
3
Change the DHW setting by turning the “PUSH & TURN button.”
i Setting range 0 - 240 min.
4
DOMESTIC HOT
WATER
"DHW" flashes on the display.
DHW
5
Tap the “PUSH & TURN button” to
acknowledge the selected value.
6
“DHW” is shown flashing on the
display again.
DHW
NIGHT
40.0
i The temperature shown corres-
ponds to the set reduced DHW
temperature.
7
Tap the “PUSH & TURN button” to
acknowledge the selected value.
8
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DHW
NIGHT
40.0
The reduced night-time DHW temperature flashes.
9
Select the desired temperature value by turning the “PUSH & TURN
button.”
10
Tap the “PUSH & TURN button” to
acknowledge the setting.
11
Tap the “Operating mode selection”
key.
i The start display is shown (basic
display).
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4.10
Further settings
4.10.1 Setting the clock
Follow the steps 1 to 3 described in
Chapter 4.9.3 “Domestic hot water
economy temperature”!
Select “Time-date” by turning the
“PUSH & TURN button.”
4
TIME - DATE
“Time-date” is shown flashing on
the display.
5
Tap the “PUSH & TURN button” to
acknowledge the selected value.
6
TIME
14:00
“Time” is shown flashing on the display.
7
Tap the “PUSH & TURN button” to
acknowledge the selected value.
8
TIME
14:00
The “time” is shown flashing on the
display.
9
Set the desired time by turning the
“PUSH & TURN button.”
10
i Return to the starting page and save
Tap the “PUSH & TURN button” to
acknowledge the selected value.
11
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.
i Turn the "PUSH & TURN button“ to
make further settings.
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4.10.2 Setting the date
YEAR
2004
12
DAY.. .MONTH
Mo
27.09
13
“Year” is shown flashing on the display - acknowledge.
Change the year setting by turning
the “PUSH & TURN button” - acknowledge.
“Day...Month” is shown flashing on
the display - acknowledge.
Change the Day...Month setting by
turning the “PUSH & TURN button”
- acknowledge.
i Continuation of ”Setting the clock”
(Chapter 4.10.1).
i Return to the starting page and save
the set values with
.
i Turn the "PUSH & TURN button“ to
make further settings.
4.10.3 Changing between summer and winter time
CHANGE
SU-WI
ON
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15
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“Change” is shown flashing on the
display - acknowledge.
Change SU-WI ON or OFF by turning the “PUSH & TURN button” acknowledge.
i Continuation of ”Setting the date”
(Chapter 4.10.2).
Tap the “Operating mode selection”
to acknowledge the selected summer / winter time and to open the
basic display.
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4.10.4 Setting the language
Follow the steps 1 to 3 described in
Chapter 4.9.3 “Domestic hot water
economy temperature”!
i You will be prompted for the desi-
red language when switching on
the control system for the first time.
Changing the language is also possible during normal operation.
Select “System” on the display by
turning the “PUSH & TURN button.”
4
“System” is shown flashing on the
display.
SYSTEM
SY5T
5
Tap the “PUSH & TURN button” to
acknowledge the selected value.
6
LANGUAGE
SYST
GB
“Language” is shown flashing on
the display
7
Tap the “PUSH & TURN button” to
acknowledge the selected value.
8
LANGUAGE
SYST
GB
Language is displayed - abbreviations for the language are shown
flashing.
10
i DE = German
GB = English
FR = French
IT = Italian
etc.
Turn the “PUSH & TURN button”
to select the desired language and
tap to acknowledge.
11
12
36
Tap the “Operating mode selection”
key to acknowledge the settings
and to open the basic display.
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4.10.5 Reloading the standard switching times program - Deleting your own time program
i This function allows you to reset all
values preset at the factory!
Follow the steps 1 to 3 described in
Chapter 4.9.3 “Domestic hot water
economy temperature”!
Tap the “PUSH & TURN button” to
acknowledge the selected value.
4
TIMEPROGRAMS
The letters “HC” are shown flashing
on the display.
HC
5
Select "Default times" by turning
the "PUSH & TURN" button.
6
DEFAULT-TIME
“Default-time” is shown flashing on
the display..
7
Tap the “PUSH & TURN button” to
acknowledge the selected value.
8
DEFAULT-TIME
The letters “HC” are shown flashing
on the display.
HC
9
Select the desired heating circuit
by turning the “PUSH & TURN button.”
10
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Tap the “PUSH & TURN button” to
acknowledge the selected value.
11
“Reset / HC” is displayed.
RESET
HC
12
Press and hold the “PUSH & TURN
button” for 3 sec.
13
"Reset / OK" is displayed to acknowledge.
RESET
OK
14
Tap the “Operating mode selection”
key to acknowledge the new settings and to open the basic display.
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4.10.6 Manual operation
i
The following information is intended for the heating technician only
This function key is also used for emission measurement when it is
only pressed briefly.
- See installation instructions; combustion control
All pumps are operating without restrictions. Available mixers are disconnected and can be operated manually, if necessary, depending on the heat demand.
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WARNING:
- The DHW temperature can reach the level of the boiler temperature setpoint.
Danger of scalding if temperature setting is too high !
- To protect underfloor heating systems against impermissible overheating
during manual operation, it is necessary to implement appropriate safety
measures (e.g. safety temperature limiter with pump switch-off).
Manual operation
MANUAL MODE
35.060
Immediate end
PRESS
> 5 seconds
REACTIONS for manual operation
- Set desired boiler temperature with button!
- All heating pumps ON
- Mixer without current - manual setting necessary!
- Note the maximum permissible temperature of the panel heating!
- The hot water temperature reaches the set DHW maximum temperature
(service engineer level standard 65°C).
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Note:
You can exit manual operating mode and emission measurement mode at
any time by tapping the operating mode selection key (Return to basic
display).
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4.11
System information
4.11.1 Information key for system temperatures and heating circuit information
Actual
values

Outside temperature
OUTSIDE
turn to left
Heat generator
Starts
7.5C
turn to right
Heat generator temperature
STARTS
HEAT GENER.
0
Heat generator
hours of operation
64.5C
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OPER. HOURS
0h
Exhaust
All temperature values shown represent
the current values. Press and hold the
“PUSH & TURN button” to display the individual set value.
EXHAUST
50c
Modulation
MODULATION
30
Domestic hot water temperature
In certain cases, additional information may be
displayed.
DHW
55C
Flow temperature
only in conjunction
with room sensor:
- Room temperature direct HC
FLOW
55c
- Room temperature MC 1
- Room temperature MC 2
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Back to the start screen:
Press briefly
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4.11.2 Information on the boiler status
Viewing the current status of the heat generator.
Mo 16 AUG.'04
Start - Basic display
C
14 / 00 / 62.5
Press the “PUSH & TURN button”
for 3 seconds.
1
TIMEPROGRAMS
“Switching times” is shown flashing
on the display.
2
Select "FFA" by turning the "PUSH
& TURN button."
3
FFA
“FFA” is shown flashing on the display.
4
Tap the “PUSH & TURN button” to
acknowledge the selected value.
5
INFORMATION
“INFORMATION” is shown flashing
on the display.
6
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Tap the “PUSH & TURN button” to
acknowledge the selected value.
7
“STATUS” is shown flashing on the
display.
STATUS
3
8
Turn the "PUSH & TURN button" to
find the following values:
STATUS
Boiler status
0 Burner OFF,
The burner is off and the boiler is
Quiescent state in standby mode.
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1 Ignition phase
Burner is filled with pellets and ignition takes place via hot air fan.
2 Fire-bed build-up A stable fire-bed is built up in the
burner and the output increased
step by step
3 Normal operati- Modulating operation, adjustment
on with modula- of the burner output to the requiting output
red heat demand
5 BURN-OUT
Burner is switched off and the firebed burns out after the setpoint
temperature is reached or in order
to refill the pellet hopper.
6 Fault
Burner fault is active (see Chapter 5).
MODULATION
Modulation
BOILER
Boiler delivery flow temperature
BRU ACT
Return temperature
BUFFER
Buffer temperature
FLUE GAS
Flue gas temperature
COM.-CHAMBER
Combustion chamber temperature
INSERT-SCREW
Stoker/feeder screw temperature
CONSUMPTION 1
Consumption meter 1
CONSUMPTION 2
Consumption meter 2
Tap the "Information" key three
times.
i The start display is shown
(basic display).
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4.11.3 Displaying and resetting the consumption meters and cleaning messages
MO. 16 AUG.'04
Start - Basic display
14 / 00 / 62.5C
Press the “PUSH & TURN button”
for 3 seconds.
1
TIMEPROGRAMS
“TIMEPROGRAMS” is shown flashing on the display.
2
Select "FFA" by turning the "PUSH
& TURN button."
3
FFA
“FFA” is shown flashing on the display.
4
Tap the “PUSH & TURN button” to
acknowledge the selected value.
5
INFORMATION
“INFORMATION” is shown flashing
on the display.
6
Select "COUNTER" by turning the
"PUSH & TURN button."
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“COUNTER” is shown flashing on
the display.
COUNTER
8
Tap the “PUSH & TURN button” to
acknowledge the selected value.
9
CONSUMPTION 1
"CONSUMPTION 1" is shown flashing on the display.
0
10
Turn the "PUSH & TURN button" to
find the following values:
Viewing the consumption meters
CONSUMPTION 1
Pellet consumption for period:
Pellet consumption since the last pellet delivery or over
a specific period.
CONSUMPTION 2
Total pellet consumption:
Pellet consumption since the last commissioning of the
system.
ASHBOX
Pellet consumption since the last time the ash box was
emptied.
11
Resetting consumption meters / cleaning message
RESET CONS.. 1
Resets consumption meter 1 or the pellet consumption
within a specific period of time.
RESET CONS. 2
Resets consumption meter 2 or the pellet consumption
since the last commissioning of the system.
RESET ASHBOX
Resets cleaning message W:40 or Empty ash box.
The cleaning message is issued after a pellet throughput
of:
4 tons for type BioLyt (50-75)
9 tons for type BioLyt (110-160)
RESET CLEAN
Resets cleaning message W:41 or Clean boiler and burner.
The cleaning message is issued after a pellet throughput
of:
6 tons for BioLyt (50)
8 tons for BioLyt (70,75)
12 tons for BioLyt (100,110)
15 tons for BioLyt (130)
18 tons for BioLyt (150,160)
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As an example, the procedure for resetting consumption meter 1 is described from step 12 onwards.
RESET CONS.. 1
"RESET CONS. 1" is shown flashing on the display.
OFF
12
Tap the “PUSH & TURN button” to
acknowledge the selected value.
13
RESET CONS.. 1
“OFF” is shown flashing on the display.
OFF
14
Select "SET" by turning the "PUSH
& TURN button."
15
RESET CONS.. 1
“SET” is shown flashing on the display.
SET
16
Tap the “PUSH & TURN button” to
acknowledge the selected value.
17
Tap the "Information" key three
times.
i The start display is shown
(basic display).
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4.11.4 Changing off-periods for the extraction system
MO. 16 AUG.'04
Start - Basic display
14 / 00 / 62.5C
Press the “PUSH & TURN button”
for 3 seconds.
1
TIMEPROGRAMS
“TIMEPROGRAMS” is shown flashing on the display.
2
Select "FFA" by turning the "PUSH
& TURN button."
3
FFA
“FFA” is shown flashing on the display.
4
Tap the “PUSH & TURN button” to
acknowledge the selected value.
5
INFORMATION
“INFORMATION” is shown flashing
on the display.
6
Select "FILLING" by turning the
"PUSH & TURN button."
7
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“FILLING” is shown flashing on the
display.
FILLING
8
Tap the “PUSH & TURN button” to
acknowledge the selected value.
9
PARAMETER 6
"PARAMETER 6" is shown flashing
on the display.
12:30
10
Turn the "PUSH & TURN button" to
find the following values:
Changing the off-periods
11
Time
PARAMETER 6
Begin filling off-period 1
12:30
PARAMETER 7
End filling off-period 1
15:30
PARAMETER 8
Begin filling off-period 2
21:30
PARAMETER 9
End filling off-period 2
08:00
The extraction system can be disabled during two periods of time per
day. You will find preset values in the table "Changing the off-periods"
That is, the extraction system is disabled from 12.30 to 14.30 and from
21.30 to 8.00.
Tap the “PUSH & TURN button” to
acknowledge the selected value.
12
PARAMETER 6
Time "12:30" is shown flashing on
the display.
12:30
13
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Set the desired time by turning the
“PUSH & TURN button.”
i Repeat steps 11-15 if you
wish to enter further off-periods.
14
Tap the “PUSH & TURN button” to
acknowledge the selected value.
15
Tap the "Information" key three
times.
i The start display is shown
(basic display).
16
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4.11.5 Special symbols
MO. 16 AUG.'04

14 / 00 / 62.5C
MO. 16 AUG.'04

14 / 00 / 62.5C
HEAT GENER.
W:40
Ice crystal symbol:
System frost protection activated
Sunshade symbol:
Summer disconnection active (heating switched off,
DHW according to program).
Cleaning the ash box:
Empty the ash box and then reset counter
"RESET ASHBOX"
BioLyt (50-75)
Cleaning (Chapter 7.3)
Reset counter (Chapter 4.11.3)
BioLyt (100-160)
Cleaning (Chapter 8.3)
Reset counter (Chapter 4.11.3)
HEAT GENER.
W:41
Cleaning the boiler:
Clean boiler and burner and then
reset counter "RESET CLEAN"
BioLyt (50-75)
Cleaning (Chapter 7.3)
Reset counter (Chapter 4.11.3)
BioLyt (100-160)
Cleaning (Chapter 8.3)
Reset counter (Chapter 4.11.3)
4.11.6 Maintenance message
MAINTENANCE
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Maintenance message (optional):
If the display shows the basic display alternating with
the maintenance prompt, call customer service. To
temporarily suppress this message, press the Manuand acknowledge accoral mode/Emission key
ding to the display "RESET SET" by pressing the
PUSH & TURN button for 3 seconds.
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4.11.7 Optional accessories
Room station RS-T
The Room station RS-T offers additional operating convenience through
decentralised monitoring and intervention options, since every heating
circuit can be assigned with its own individual room station.
Moreover, the central unit contains various control and regulating functions which can only be activated in conjunction with a room station.
These include:
- Optimisation functions
- Automatic heating curve adaptation
System-specific temperatures and switching times can be checked and
modified via five control keys, also allowing the definition of individual
system programs.
The operation of the room station and the boiler control unit is identical.
Remote setting device with room sensor RFF-T
This auxiliary device monitors the current room temperature and allows
the desired room temperature to be corrected.
With the integrated operating mode key, you can select continuous heating, reduced heating or automatic mode according to a preset automatic
program stored in the central unit.
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5.
Fault repair
5.1
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Blocking switch and reset button
The controller comprises a comprehensive alarm logic which displays the fault type by means of the
corresponding error code, depending on the unit version.
Control
panel fuse
Reset
Blocking
switch and
burner fault lamp
5.2
Hinged cover with
brief operating instructions
For further information, see the overview of
alarms (Chapter 5.4/ 5.5).
Display of heating regulator alarms
FLOW
ERROR
5.3
Press the Reset button under the hinged
cover if the display shows “Error.” If this happens frequently, notify your Customer Service centre.
12-0
Example of sensor alarms
(short-circuit or interruption)
Error code 10-20 and index 0 or 1
see Chapter 5.4
Display of boiler controller alarms
If the display shows a fault message with "HEAT GENER",
a boiler malfunction has occurred.
HEAT GENER.
ERROR E:02
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Example of pellet boiler alarms
(interruption/ short-circuit flue gas
sensor)
see Chapter 5.5
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5.4
OverviewOVERVIEW
of alarms,TopTronic
heating ®regulator
TopTronic®T
FAULT REPORTING
T
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Status
Designation
Fault type
Code
System
External sensor
Interruption
10-0
Remark
System
External sensor
Short-circuit
10-1
System
Boiler sensor
Interruption
11-0
System
Boiler sensor
Short-circuit
11-1
System
Flow sensor 1
Interruption
12-0
MC1=off, YK1=no current
System
Flow sensor 1
Short-circuit
12-1
MC1=off, YK1=no current
System
Storage sensor
Interruption
13-0
System
Storage sensor
Short-circuit
13-1
System
VE 2
Interruption
14-0
System
VE 2
Short-circuit
14-1
System
VE 2
Alarm
14-7
System
VE 3
Interruption
15-0
System
VE 3
Short-circuit
15-1
System
VE 3
Alarm
15-7
System
VE 1
Interruption
16-0
System
VE 1
Short-circuit
16-1
System
VE 1
Alarm
16-7
System
Solar tank sensor
Interruption (KSPF)
17-0
System
Solar tank sensor
Short-circuit (KSPF)
17-1
System
Flow sensor 2
Interruption
18-0
MC2=off, YK2=no current
System
Flow sensor 2
Short-circuit
18-1
MC2=off, YK2=no current
System
Collector sensor
Interruption (KVLF)
19-0
System
Collector sensor
Short-circuit (KVLF)
19-1
System
Room sensor (RS)
Interruption
20-0
System
Room sensor (RS)
Short-circuit
20-1
System
Burner 1
No switching off (1 min)
30-2
With par. log. alarm can be switched off
System
Burner 1
No switching on (10 min)
30-3
With par. log. alarm can be switched off
System
Burner 2
No switching off (1 min)
31-2
With par. log. alarm can be switched off
With par. log. alarm can be switched off
System
Burner 2
No switching on (10 min)
31-3
System
Exhaust gas temperature
Exceeding
33-5
System
Exhaust gas temperature
SLT triggered
33-8
System
Cleaning stage 1
Triggering by date
40-1
System
Cleaning stage 1
Triggering by interval
40-2
System
Cleaning stage 1
Triggering by counter
40-4
System
Maintenance stage 1
Triggering by date
41-1
System
Maintenance stage 1
Triggering by interval
41-2
System
Maintenance stage 1
Triggering by counter
41-4
System
Cleaning stage 2
Triggering by date
42-1
System
Cleaning stage 2
Triggering by interval
42-2
System
Cleaning stage 2
Triggering by counter
42-4
System
Maintenance stage 2
Triggering by date
43-1
System
Maintenance stage 2
Triggering by interval
43-2
System
Maintenance stage 2
Triggering by counter
43-4
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FAULT REPORTING OVERVIEW TopTronic®T
Status
Designation
Fault type
Code
Logical
Boiler temperature
Not reached (90 min)
50-4
Logical
Tank temperature
Not reached (4 h)
51-4
Logical
Flow temperature MC1
Not reached (1 h)
52-4
Logical
Flow temperature MC2
Not reached (1 h)
53-4
Logical
Room temperature HC
Not reached (3 h)
54-4
Logical
Room temperature MC1
Not reached (3 h)
55-4
Logical
Not reached (3 h)
56-4
Address collision
70-0
System
Room temperature MC2
Lock by energy supply company
ST 2
Activity
System
Activity
System
Activity
System
System
Activity
HP return sensor
System
HP return sensor
System
QF
System
QF
System
System
System
System
System
System
System
No T2B signal
70-1
No FA signal
Regulator with address 10 is
missing
Data bus error
Return min. temp. below setpoint
70-6
Return max. temp. exceeded
Heat source min. temp. below
setpoint
Heat source max. temp. exceeded
(cooling operation)
85-5
QF
WPS
Fault heat source sensor
Variable input HP fault
-87-7
Pulse counter
Fault
Fault
Fault
No pulse (5 min)
Warning
Lock-out
Blocking
90-0
W:XX
E:XX
B:XX
Remark
70-8
70-9
85-4
No Hoval regulator
86-4
86-5
Standard signal «VE-x»
Warning in automatic firing device
Fault in automatic firing device
Fault in automatic firing device
SENSOR ALLOC.
Par.
1
Designation
Factory
10
20
30
40
50
Lev.
Balancing external sensor
0
OEM
Balancing room sensor (only adjustable with RS-T)
0
HF
2
Balancing heat generator
0
OEM
3
Balancing tank sensor
0
OEM
4
Balancing flow sensor 1
0
OEM
5
Balancing flow sensor 2
0
OEM
6
Balancing solar collector sensor
0
OEM
7
Balancing solar buffer sensor
0
OEM
8
Balancing variable input 1
0
OEM
9
Balancing variable input 2
0
OEM
10
Balancing variable input 3
0
OEM
RS-T
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5.5
Overview of alarms, boiler controller
Error code
Description
What should be done?
E(01)
STL (safety temperature limiter)
1. Boiler STL has tripped:
To unlock, remove the cover on the controller box. Press in the button.
Acknowledge the fault by pressing the reset button
2. Burn-back STL has tripped:
To unlock, remove the cover of the STL on the down-pipe and press in
the button. Acknowledge the fault by pressing the reset button
E:02/ E:03
Interruption/short-circuit, flue gas sensor
Contact Hoval specialist
E:04/ E:05
Interruption/ short-circuit, combustion chamber sensor
Contact Hoval specialist
E:06/ E:07
Interruption, boiler sensor
Contact Hoval specialist
E:12
Feed signal, stoker/feeder screw:
screw at a standstill
Contact Hoval specialist
E:13/ E:14
Interruption/ short-circuit, burn-back sensor
Contact Hoval specialist
E:15
Burn-back
E:16
E:29
Number of start attempts exceeded
(minimum combustion chamber temperature not reached after fire-bed build-up)
Vacuum not OK
Clean burner (see Chapter "Cleaning and maintenance“), if fault occurs
repeatedly, contact Hoval specialist
Contact Hoval specialist
E:31
Ball valve not closing/opening
Contact Hoval specialist
E:33
Ignition not successful
(no increase in combustion chamber temperature during
the ignition process)
Filling time exceeded,
but pellet hopper is empty
Clean burner (see Chapter "Cleaning and maintenance“), if fault occurs
repeatedly, contact Hoval specialist
E:37
Clean burner and boiler (see Chapter "Cleaning and maintenance“), if
fault occurs repeatedly at short intervals, contact Hoval specialist
1. Check whether there are pellets left in the storage room
2. Check whether the suction hoses are clogged with pellets at some
point
Otherwise: contact Hoval specialist.
1./ 3.: Check suction hoses and screw transfer station for blockages and
remove if necessary.
2. Close the door to the storage room
E:38
Filling process aborted due to:
1. Screw motor overheating
or
2. Door contact switch (if fitted) opened
or
3. Max. number of filling attempts exceeded
(only possible if suction system is equipped with negative pressure monitor)
E:50
Internal control error
B:20
Maximum boiler temperature exceeded
B:21
Blocking switch active
Burner is switched off and blocked.
B:32
Filling level sensors, wrong signal order
1. Check pellet hopper for bridging (lower sensor is "in the open“ although
the upper sensor is still covered with material) as a result of too much
dust in the fuel
2. Empty pellet hopper and clean it, remove dust from the sensors
3. Otherwise: contact Hoval specialist
B:34
Value measured by the lambda probe does not recover
W:08/ W:09
Interruption/ short-circuit, return sensor
Contact Hoval specialist
W:10/ W:11
Interruption/short-circuit burner buffer sensor
(if fitted)
Filling time exceeded
Contact Hoval specialist
W:17
Contact Hoval specialist
1. Check whether pellets are available in the storage room
2. Check if pellets are blocking the suction hoses
Otherwise: contact Hoval specialist.
Order pellets
W:18
Storage room empty
(only if filling level sensor is fitted in the storage room)
E:19/ W:19
Lambda probe test failed
W:22
Filling blocked through off-period
W:23
Fire-bed extinguished during operation
E:24/ W:24
Lambda probe test aborted as a result of flue gas
temperature
W:30
Low vacuum (10% increase active)
W:40
Empty ash box
Empty ash box and reset counter; see Page 63
W:41
Boiler cleaning necessary
Clean boiler and burner and reset counter
W:42
only with manual filling without automatic filling system: Re-fill pellets
pellet hopper empty
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5.6
Checklist in case of faults
FaultCheck/cause
Remedy
Chapter
Pellet boiler - Is power supply present
- Check fuses. Turn on
does notmain switch
start up
- Is the red fault indiactor lit
- Press reset button (12)
- Contact customer service
4.4.4
Radiators
- Are the slide valves in the heating
- Open them
do not flow and return open
heat up
- Is the TopTronic®T timer
- Check as described in operating
set correctly manual for the heating regulator
4.7
- Check water level and pressure - Top up and vent heating
- Are the radiator valves open
- Open them
- The heating circulation pump
- Open locking screw
is not running Turn end of shaft vigorously with a screw-
driver until there is no longer resistance
- Mixer does not open automatically
- Open manually; call customer service
No
- The charging pump is not running
- Unscrew the locking screw
hot Turn shaft end vigorously with a
water screwdriver until there is no longer resistance
- Is there air in the charging line
- If necessary, vent by hand - Operate automatic air vent manually
Please
note!
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Please use the above checklist
when carrying out the checks in
the case of malfunctions.
If you are not able to resolve
the fault, please contact the
heating engineer or Hoval
Customer Service.
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6.
Checking the water level
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If the system pressure is too low
(check pressure gauge), inform your
installer or top it up with water.
Refilling the heating system
The heating system can normally be filled and topped up with mains water. In exceptional cases, the
water quality may vary strongly and it might not always be suitable for filling the heating system (highly
corrosive or very hard water). Please contact a certified specialist company in such cases.
Follow the procedure below
• Set main switch to "O."
• The shut-off valves in the flow and return lines
must be open.
• The boiler filling and drain cock is accessible after
removing the cover on the front of the boiler.
• Connect a hose between the filling cock and the
water tap:
-Fill the hose with water before establishing the
connection to prevent any air from entering the
heating system
- Unscrew the hose again after filling to break the
connection reliably.
• Slowly fill with water while checking the water level
on the hydrometer or manometer.
• Open the bleed valves briefly after topping up until
all the air has been vented from the radiator.
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7.
7.1
Maintenance BioLyt (50-75)
Commissioning
When commissioning the system, also observe the
notes in the installation manual.
1. Checks:
• Are the slide valves in the heating flow and return
lines open?
• Is the combustion air supply into the boiler room
adequate?
• Is the main switch on the boiler control unit set to
“ON”?
• Is the combustion chamber closed?
• Is the connection between burner and pellet hopper OK (clamping ring)?
• Are all the burner connectors plugged in?
• Is the cleaning cover with the induced draught fan
(top rear) closed?
• Is the pellet hopper full?
• Is the pellet hopper cover sealed tight?
1
Fig. 03 The threaded rod on the front can be
screwed in for transporting the ash
box (3, Fig. 05).
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2. Starting the burner:
• Takes place automatically via the heating regulator when there is a heat demand.
2
7.2
Regular checks
• Is the seal in the pellet hopper fitted cleanly and
correctly?
• Is the combustion chamber door properly closed
(palm grip closed tight)?
• Is the cleaning cover properly closed (all wing nuts
tightened)?
7.3
Cleaning the boiler
Fig. 04 3
Caution: NEVER use the main switch,
but always the Stop button (or
TopTronic®T) to turn the burner off.
Checking / cleaning every 4-8 weeks or according to display or every 4 tonnes of pellets
1. Switch off the burner:
- Operate blocking switch
- Wait for burn-out to be completed
2. Allow boiler to cool down for 20 minutes
3. Remove the bottom front casing panel
(1, Fig. 03)
4. Unscrew and remove palm grip (2, Fig. 04), pull
out threaded rod and slide the ash box out from
the front. Dispose of the ash.
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Fig. 05 5. Follow the steps above in reverse order to reassemble; ensure that the ash box is fitted and
sealed properly.
6. If necessary, reset display message "W:40", see
chapter 9, page 63.
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Cleaning every 2-6 months or every 6 tonnes of
pellets (BioLyt 50) or every 8 tonnes of pellets
(BioLyt 70,75)
Only by service engineers
1. Switch off the burner:
- Operate blocking switch
- Wait for burn-out to be completed
2. Allow boiler to cool down for 20 minutes.
3. Turn the boiler off with an omnipolar switch (must be
de-energised)
4. Remove the bottom front casing panel.
5. Emptying the ash box: Unscrew palm grip, pull
out the threaded rod and slide the ash box out
from the front. Dispose of the ash.
6. Remove the pellet hopper cover.
7. Unscrew and remove the top front casing panel.
8. Remove both side plates: pull forward and then
push down to remove them.
9. Open the clamping ring above the rotary valve
(Fig. 06).
Fig. 07 11.Remove the ash from within the combustion chamber and from the baffle plate, ideally with a vacuum
cleaner. Special attention must be paid to cleaning
the flue gas outlet in the standing flue (arrows Fig. 08).
Remove the clamping ring before
open­
ing the combustion chamber
door.
Fig. 08 i
Fig. 06 10.Open the combustion chamber door (2 palm
grips BioLyt (50), 4 palm grips BioLyt (70,75)
Fig. 07). Check and ensure that all the parts have
cooled down sufficiently! Wear safety gloves.
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Small tension cracks in the refractories and slight deformation in the inside of the burner and the combustion chamber will not affect the correct
functioning of the boiler. They are the
result of stresses caused by temperature changes.
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12.Remove the residues from the burner very carefully, using a vacuum cleaner - especially in the
rear area (directly beneath the feeder screw); the
air holes must be free from any residues. Also
vacuum the top of the burner. Wipe off any ash
from the combustion chamber sensor (Fig. 09).
It is essential to clean the entire boiler thoroughly at
the end of the heating season.
Insufficient cleaning leads to increased fuel consumption and also shortens the service life of the boiler.
Small tension cracks in the refractory lining will not affect the correct
functioning of the boiler. They are the
result of stresses caused by temperature changes.
i
The boiler should be serviced in accordance with the
applicable country-specific regulations - but at least
once per year - or thorough cleaning performed by a
heating engineer (chimney sweep, installer or Hoval
Customer Service).
Fig. 09 B
Annual cleaning or every 18 tonnes of pellets
(BioLyt 50) or every 24 tonnes of pellets (BioLyt
70,75)
In addition to the points described under “Cleaning
every 2-6 months,” the flue gas collector must be
cleaned once a year. To do this, dismantle the flue
gas collector lid, including the fan (Fig. 10).
Procedure:
1. Remove casing panel
2. Disconnect plug (A)
3. Unscrew wing nuts (B)
4. Detach flue gas collector cover (C)
5. Vacuum out the ashes (D, Fig. 11)
B
B
B
E
A
C
Fig. 10 The mechanism of the automatic heating surface
cleaner should not be dismantled.
The flue gas conduit between the boiler and the flue
gas duct should also be checked for ash residues and
cleaned if necessary.
Remove any dust adhering to the lambda probe (E),
using a vacuum cleaner.
Also observe: Chapter "Maintenance" in the
"Techn. Information / installation instructions"
D
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Maintenance BioLyt (50-75)
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8.
8.1
Maintenance BioLyt (100-160)
Commissioning
When commissioning the system, also observe the
notes in the installation manual.
1. Checks:
• Are the slide valves in the heating flow and return
lines open?
• Is the combustion air supply into the boiler room
adequate?
• Is the main switch on the boiler control unit set to
“ON”?
• Is the combustion chamber closed?
• Is the connection between burners and pellet box
OK (clamping ring)?
• Are all the burner connectors plugged in?
• Is the cleaning cover with the induced draught fan
(top rear) closed?
• Is the pellet hopper full?
• Is the pellet hopper cover sealed tight?
2. Starting the burner:
• Takes place automatically via the heating regulator when there is a heat demand.
8.2
Regular checks
• Is the seal in the pellet hopper fitted cleanly and
correctly?
• Is the combustion chamber door properly closed
(palm grip closed tight)?
• Is the cleaning cover properly closed
(all wing nuts tightened)?
8.3
1
2
Fig. 12 4. If the ash box is full: Unscrew palm grips (2, Fig.
12), pull out the threaded rods and slide the ash
box out from the front (Fig. 13). Dispose of the
ash.
Cleaning the boiler
Caution: Always switch the burner off
via the blocking switch.
Checking / cleaning every 4-8 weeks or according to display or every 9 t of pellets
1. Switch off the burner:
- Operate blocking switch
- Wait for burn-out to be completed
2. Let the boiler cool down for 20 minutes
3. Remove the front cover (1, Fig. 12) to check the
filling level of the ash box.
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Fig. 13 5. Follow the steps above in reverse order to reassemble; ensure that the ash box is fitted and
sealed properly, tighten the palm grips firmly and
close the cover.
6. If necessary, reset display message "W:40", see
chapter 9, page 63.
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Cleaning every 2-6 months or according to
display or every 12 t of pellets for the BioLyt
(100,110), 15 t of pellets for the BioLyt (130) and
18 t of pellets for the BioLyt (150,160).
9. Remove the ash from within the combustion
chamber and from the baffle plate, ideally with a
vacuum cleaner. Special attention must be paid
to cleaning the flue gas outlet in the standing flue
(arrows - Fig. 16).
Only by service engineers
1. Switch off the burner:
- Operate blocking switch
- Wait for burn-out to be completed
2. Allow boiler to cool down for 20 minutes.
3. Turn the boiler off with an omnipolar switch (must
be de-energised)
4. Emptying the ash box: Unscrew palm grip (2, Fig.
12), pull out the threaded rod and slide the ash
box out from the front. Remove the cover of the
ash box.Dispose of the ash.
5. Unscrew and remove the front casing panel.
6. Remove both side plates:
pull forward and then push down to remove
them.
7. Open the clamping ring above the rotary valve
(Fig. 14).
Remove the clamping ring before
opening the combustion chamber
door.
Fig. 16 10.Remove the residues from the burner very carefully, using a vacuum cleaner - especially in
the rear area (directly beneath the feeder screw);
the air holes must be free from any residues.
Also vacuum the top of the burner. Wipe off
any ash from the combustion chamber sensor
(Fig. 17).
Fig. 14 8. Open the combustion chamber door (palm grips,
Fig. 15). Check and ensure that all the parts have
cooled down sufficiently! Wear safety gloves.
Fig. 17 i
Small tension cracks in the refractories and slight deformation in the inside of the burner and the combustion chamber will not affect the correct
functioning of the boiler. They are the
result of stresses caused by temperature changes.
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Clean annually or every 36 t of pellets for the
BioLyt (100,110), 45 t of pellets for the BioLyt
(130) and 54 t of pellets for the BioLyt (150,160).
In addition to the points described under “Cleaning
every 2-6 months,” the flue gas collector must be cleaned once a year. To do this, dismantle both covers
of the flue gas collector lids in front of and behind the
fan (Fig. 18).
Procedure:
1. Remove casing panel
2. Disconnect plug (A)
3. Unscrew wing nuts (B)
4. Remove insulation mats
5. Remove flue gas collector cover (C)
6. Vacuum out the ashes (D, Fig. 19)
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
C
A
C
B
Fig. 18 The mechanism of the automatic heating surface
cleaner should not be dismantled.
The flue gas conduit between the boiler and the flue
gas duct should also be checked for ash residues and
cleaned if necessary.
Remove any dust adhering to the lambda probe (E),
using a vacuum cleaner.
Also observe: Chapter "Maintenance" in the
"Techn. Information / installation instructions"
It is essential to clean the entire boiler thoroughly at
the end of the heating season.
Insufficient cleaning leads to increased fuel consumption and also shortens the service life of the boiler.
i
D
E Fig. 19 Small tension cracks in the refractory lining will not affect the correct
functioning of the boiler. They are the
result of stresses caused by temperature changes.
The boiler should be serviced in accordance with the
applicable country-specific regulations - but at least
once per year - or thorough cleaning performed by a
heating engineer (chimney sweep, installer or Hoval
Customer Service).
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9.
Emptying the ash box and resetting the counter
9.1
Resetting the message "empty ash box" (W:40)
WE. 27. OCT.'11
14:00
22.0C
TIMEPROGRAMS
3 sec.
press
turning until....
FFA
press shortly
INFORMATION
turning until....
COUNTER
press shortly
CONSUMPTION 1
turning until....
RESET ASHBOX
OFF
press shortly
RESET ASHBOX
OFF
turning until....
RESET ASHBOX
now the message
"Emptying ashbox"
is reset;
the counter is now
starting again at "0"
press 3 x
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SET
press shortly!
RESET ASHBOX
SET
Emptying ashbox / Resetting the counter
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10.
How you can save energy
The room temperatures and the operating times of
the heating system have a significant influence on
fuel consumption.
Lowering room temperature by 1°C will result in a
fuel saving of up to 6%. For this reason, bear in mind
the following tips:
• It pays to turn off the radiators in unused rooms,
as long as there is no risk of frost and no moisture
damage to the building structure or furniture is to
be expected.
• Set the switch on your heating regulator to “Summer” as soon as the daily average outside temperature exceeds 12°C.
• In the main living areas, additional heat is often
generated by people, televisions, fire places, tiled
stoves and also direct sunlight. These cannot be
compensated for by a weather-dependent regulator. The installation of thermostatic radiator valves
might be advisable in these rooms.
Draughts in the home are not only unpleasant, but
also indicate that heating energy is being lost.
You can save fuel if you ...
• Keep the doors and windows closed in winter.
• Operate kitchen and bathroom ventilation fans only
when vapours and smells need to be extracted.
• Only ventilate for short periods, but more often.
• Seal doors and windows to prevent constant leakage losses.
Insulation will help retain precious heat.
Take advantage of these possibilities and...
• Close the window and door shutters at night.
• Draw the curtains in the evening.
• Make sure that heating and hot water pipes are
insulated in unheated rooms.
Maintaining the temperature of the radiators as low
as possible will prevent unnecessary heat losses.
For this reason, it is important to ensure that the radiator can release its heat into the room without any
obstructions. You should therefore avoid:
• Covered radiators
• Floor-length curtains in front of radiators
• Windowsills covered with objects that prevent any
air ingress.
Savings are also possible for water heating.
• Set the hot water temperature as low as possible.
Find out at what temperature there is still sufficient
hot water available.
• If you have installed a hot water circulation pump,
it is worth switching it off during the night with a
timer.
11.
Instructions on proper disposal of individual system components
The individual components (particularly boiler body,
refractory bricks, casing panels, insulation mats and
electric control) must be disposed of separately.
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