TWH 200E TWH 300E TWH 300EH

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KALIKO
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Thermodynamic water heater
TWH 200E
TWH 300E
TWH 300EH
Installation and
Service Manual
C003182-B
300026515-001-06
Declaration of conformity
The device complies with the standard type described in
the EG declaration of conformity. It was manufactured and
commissioned in accordance with European directives.
The original declaration of conformity is available from the
manufacturer.
Contents
1
Safety instructions and recommendations ..............................................6
1.1
Safety instructions ...............................................6
1.1.1
1.1.2
1.1.3
1.1.4
1.1.5
1.2
Recommendations ................................................8
1.3
Liabilities ...............................................................9
1.3.1
1.3.2
1.4
3
Manufacturer’s liability .............................................9
Installer’s liability .....................................................9
Safety data sheet: R-134a refrigerant ...............10
1.4.1
1.4.2
1.4.3
1.4.4
1.4.5
1.4.6
1.4.7
1.4.8
1.4.9
1.4.10
2
Installation ...............................................................6
Hydraulic connections .............................................6
Electrical connections .............................................7
Internet Site .............................................................7
Miscellaneous .........................................................8
Product identification .............................................10
Hazard identification ..............................................10
Composition / Information on the ingredients ........10
First aid .................................................................10
Fire prevention measures .....................................11
In the event of accidental spillage .........................11
Handling ................................................................11
Personal protection ...............................................12
Considerations on disposal ...................................12
Regulations ...........................................................12
About this manual ....................................................................................13
2.1
Symbols used .....................................................13
2.2
Abbreviations ......................................................13
Technical specifications ..........................................................................14
3.1
Homologations ....................................................14
3.1.1
3.1.2
3.1.3
3.2
Technical specifications ....................................15
3.2.1
3.2.2
3.2.3
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Certifications .........................................................14
Directive 97/23/EC ................................................14
Factory test ...........................................................14
Characteristics of the appliance ............................15
Heating time of the DHW tank depending on the air
temperature ...........................................................15
Max domestic hot water set point reached by the heat
pump depending on the air temperature ...............16
1
Contents
4
5
Technical description ..............................................................................17
4.1
General description ............................................17
4.2
Main parts ............................................................18
4.3
Operating principle .............................................18
Installation ................................................................................................20
5.1
Regulations governing installation ...................20
5.2
Package list .........................................................20
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.3
Storage and transport ........................................21
5.3.1
5.4
Unpacking the appliance .......................................28
Positioning the appliance ......................................28
Levelling ................................................................29
Hydraulic connections .......................................29
5.6.1
5.6.2
5.6.3
Connecting the calorifer to the domestic water circuit
(secondary circuit) .................................................29
Connection to a boiler (EH Version) ......................31
Connection to solar collectors (EH Version) .........33
5.7
Condensates discharge .....................................35
5.8
Installing the control system in the living
room .....................................................................35
5.8.1
5.8.2
5.8.3
5.9
Choose a location .................................................35
Operations to be carried out on the thermodynamic
DHW tank ..............................................................36
Installing the control system in the living
room ......................................................................37
Electrical connections ........................................38
5.9.1
5.9.2
5.9.3
5.9.4
5.9.5
5.9.6
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Type plate .............................................................22
Positioning of the appliance ..................................22
Main dimensions ...................................................26
Positioning the appliance ..................................28
5.5.1
5.5.2
5.5.3
5.6
Transport ...............................................................21
Choice of the location ........................................22
5.4.1
5.4.2
5.4.3
5.5
Standard delivery ..................................................20
Accessories ...........................................................20
Recommendations ................................................38
Connecting the hydraulic back-up (EH
Version) .................................................................38
Access to the connection terminal HP/HC ............39
Connection with HP/HC signal connected ............40
Connection with timer programming .....................42
Connection with timer programming and photovoltaic
signal .....................................................................43
2
5.10 Electrical principle diagram ...............................44
5.11 Filling the thermodynamic DHW tank ...............45
6
Commissioning ........................................................................................46
6.1
Control panel .......................................................46
6.1.1
6.1.2
6.1.3
6.2
Check points before commissioning ................48
6.3
Putting the appliance into operation ................49
6.3.1
Checks and adjustments after
commissioning ...................................................49
6.5
Choosing the operating mode ...........................49
6.6
Reading out measured values ...........................50
6.7
Measurements menu ............................................50
Counters ................................................................50
Modifying the installer parameters ...................52
6.7.1
6.7.2
6.7.3
6.7.4
8
Commissioning ......................................................49
6.4
6.6.1
6.6.2
7
Description of the keys ..........................................46
Description of the display ......................................46
Browsing in the menus ..........................................48
Access to parameters ...........................................52
List of the parameters ...........................................53
Control system sequence ......................................54
Return to the factory settings ................................54
Switching off the appliance .....................................................................56
7.1
Installation shutdown .........................................56
7.2
Antifreeze protection ..........................................56
Checking and maintenance .....................................................................57
8.1
General instructions ...........................................57
8.2
Maintenance operations to be performed ........58
8.2.1
8.2.2
8.2.3
8.2.4
8.2.5
8.2.6
8.2.7
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Refrigerant circuit ..................................................58
Hydraulic circuit .....................................................58
Aeraulics ...............................................................58
Impressed current anode ......................................58
Checking the safety valve or unit ..........................58
Descaling ..............................................................59
Cleaning the condensates discharge duct ............59
3
Contents
9
8.3
Accessing the bottom inspection trap .............60
8.4
Maintenance form ...............................................61
Troubleshooting .......................................................................................62
9.1
Messages (Code type bxx or Exx) .....................62
9.1.1
9.1.2
9.2
Message and error history .................................65
9.2.1
9.2.2
9.2.3
10
Messages (type code bXX) ..............................62
Messages (type code EXX) ..............................64
Err error display ....................................................66
bL blockage display ...............................................66
Reset error and blockage history ..........................66
Spare parts ................................................................................................67
10.1 General ................................................................67
10.2 Spare parts ..........................................................67
10.2.1
10.2.2
11
Heat pump .............................................................67
DHW tank ..............................................................69
Appendix – Information on the Ecodesign and Energy Labelling
Directives ..................................................................................................71
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1. Safety instructions and recommendations
1
Safety instructions and
recommendations
1.1
Safety instructions
DANGER
This appliance can be used by children aged
from 8 years and above and persons with
reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities
or lack of experience and knowledge if they have
been given supervision or instruction concerning
use of the appliance in a safe way and
understand the hazards involved. Children shall
not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user
maintenance shall not be made by children
without supervision.
1.1.1.
Installation
4 Allow the space necessary for the correct installation of
the appliance:
¼See chapter Positioning of the appliance
(Installation and Service Manual).
1.1.2.
Hydraulic connections
4 The appliance is intended to be connected
permanently to the mains water supply.
4 Maximum / minimum water pressure at the inlet:
¼See chapter Technical specifications.
4 The pressure limiter device must be started up
regularly in order to remove any limescale deposits and
check that it is not blocked.
4 Draining: Turn off the domestic cold water inlet. Open
a hot water tap in the system and then open the safety
unit valve. When the water stops flowing, the appliance
has been drained.
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4 A pressure reducer (not provided) is necessary when
the mains pressure exceeds 80% of the calibration of
the safety valve or unit. It will be installed upstream of
the appliance.
4 As water may run out of the discharge pipe on the
pressure limiter device, the discharge pipe must be
kept open to the open air.
4 Connect the pressure limiter device to a drainage pipe,
kept in the open air, in a frost-free environment, on a
continuous downward slope.
1.1.3.
Electrical connections
4 Allowance must be made for a means of disconnection
in the fixed pipes in accordance with the regulations on
installations.
4 If the mains power lead is damaged it must be replaced
by the original manufacturer, the manufacturer’s dealer
or another competent person to prevent hazardous
situations.
4 This appliance must not be powered via an external
switch such as a timer or be connected to a circuit that
is regularly switched on and off by the electricity
supplier.
4 Install the appliance according to national regulations
on electrical installation.
4 Wiring diagram: ¼See chapter Electrical principle
diagram (Installation and Service Manual).
4 Connecting the appliance to the mains electricity:
¼See chapter Electrical connections (Installation
and Service Manual).
4 Fuse type and calibre: ¼See chapter Electrical
connections (Installation and Service Manual).
1.1.4.
Internet Site
The user guide and the installation manual can
also be found on our internet site.
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1.1.5.
Miscellaneous
DANGER
If smoke is released or in case of refrigerant leak:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Do not use a naked flame, do not smoke, do
not operate electrical contacts or switches
( doorbell, light, motor, lift, etc..).
Open the windows.
Switch the appliance off.
Avoid contact with the refrigerant. Danger of
frost injuries.
Trace possible leaks and seal them
immediately.
WARNING
Depending on the settings of the appliance:
4 Do not touch the refrigeration connection
pipes with your bare hands while the
appliance is running. Risk of being burnt.
CAUTION
4 Do not neglect to service the appliance.
4 In order to limit the risk of being scalded, the
installation of a thermostatic mixing valve on
the domestic hot water flow piping is
compulsory.
1.2
Recommendations
WARNING
Only certified professionals having received
adequate training are permitted to work on the
appliance and the installation.
WARNING
Before any work, switch off the mains supply to
the appliance.
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1.3
Liabilities
1.3.1.
Manufacturer’s liability
Our products are manufactured in compliance with the
requirements of the various applicable European
Directives. They are therefore delivered with [ marking
and all relevant documentation.
In the interest of customers, we are continuously
endeavouring to make improvements in product quality.
All the specifications stated in this document are therefore
subject to change without notice.
Our liability as the manufacturer may not be invoked in the
following cases:
4 Failure to abide by the instructions on using the
appliance.
4 Faulty or insufficient maintenance of the appliance.
4 Failure to abide by the instructions on installing the
appliance.
1.3.2.
Installer’s liability
The installer is responsible for the installation and
commissioning of the appliance. The installer must
respect the following instructions:
4 Read and follow the instructions given in the manuals
provided with the appliance.
4 Carry out installation in compliance with the prevailing
legislation and standards.
4 Perform the initial start up and carry out any checks
necessary.
4 Explain the installation to the user.
4 If a maintenance is necessary, warn the user of the
obligation to check the appliance and maintain it in
good working order.
4 Give all the instruction manuals to the user.
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1.4
Safety data sheet: R-134a refrigerant
1.4.1.
Product identification
4 Refrigerant name: R-134a
1.4.2.
Hazard identification
4 Effects harmful to health:
- The vapours are heavier than air and may lead to
asphyxia owing to reduced oxygen levels.
- Liquefied gas: Contact with the liquid may cause
serious frost and eye injuries.
4 Product classification: This product is not classified as
a "hazardous preparation" according to European
Union regulations.
CAUTION
If refrigerant is mixed with air, it may lead to
pressure surges in the refrigeration pipes and
cause an explosion and other hazards.
1.4.3.
Composition / Information on the
ingredients
4 Chemical nature: 1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane R-134a.
4 Ingredients that may lead to hazardous situations:
Substance name
Concentration CAS number CE number Classification GWP
1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane R-134a 100 %
811-97-2
1.4.4.
212-377-0
1300
First aid
4 If inhaled: Evacuate the subject from the contaminated
area and take him into the open air.
If feeling unwell: Call a doctor.
4 In the event of contact with the skin: Treat frost
injuries as burns. Rinse in abundant water, do not
remove clothing (risk of adhesion to the skin).
If skin burns appear, call a doctor immediately.
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4 In the event of contact with the eyes: Rinse
immediately in water, holding the eyelids well apart (at
least 15 minutes).
Consult an ophthalmologist immediately.
1.4.5.
Fire prevention measures
4 Appropriate extinguishing agents: All extinguishing
agents can be used.
4 Inappropriate extinguishing agents: None to our
knowledge. In the event of fire nearby, use the
appropriate extinguishing agents.
4 Specific hazards:
- Rise in pressure.
In the presence of air, an inflammable mixture may
form under certain temperature and pressure
conditions
- Toxic and corrosive vapours may be released by the
effect of the heat.
4 Special intervention methods: Cool the volumes
exposed to heat with water spray.
4 Protection of the firemen:
- Full facepiece self-contained breathing apparatus
- Complete body protection.
1.4.6.
In the event of accidental spillage
4 Individual precautions:
- Avoid contact with the skin and eyes
- Do not intervene without appropriate protective
equipment
- Do not inhale the vapours
- Evacuate the hazardous area
- Stop the leakage
- Eradicate all sources of ignition
- Ventilate the spillage area mechanically (Risk of
asphyxia).
4 Cleaning / Decontamination: Allow residual product to
evaporate.
1.4.7.
Handling
4 Technical measures: Ventilation.
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4 Precautions to be taken:
- No smoking
- Prevent the accumulation of electrostatic charges
- Work in a well ventilated place.
1.4.8.
Personal protection
4 Respiratory protection:
- If insufficient ventilation: AX type cartridge mask
- In confined spaces: Full facepiece self-contained
breathing apparatus.
4 Hand protection: Protective gloves in leather or nitrile
rubber.
4 Eye protection: Safety glasses with side protection.
4 Skin protection: Clothing made mostly of cotton.
4 Industrial hygiene: Do not drink, eat or smoke at the
place of work.
1.4.9.
Considerations on disposal
4 Product waste: Consult the manufacturer or the
supplier for information on recovery or recycling.
4 Soiled packaging: Reuse or recycle after
decontamination. Destroy in authorised installations.
WARNING
Disposal must be done in compliance with
prevailing local and national regulations.
1.4.10.
Regulations
4 EC Regulation 842/2006: Fluorinated greenhouse
gases under the Kyoto Protocol.
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2
About this manual
2.1
Symbols used
In these instructions, various danger levels are employed to draw the
user’s attention to particular information. In so doing, we wish to
safeguard the user’s safety, highlight hazards and guarantee correct
operation of the appliance.
DANGER
Risk of a dangerous situation causing serious physical
injury.
WARNING
Risk of a dangerous situation causing slight physical
injury.
CAUTION
Risk of material damage.
Signals important information.
¼Signals a referral to other instructions or other pages in the
instructions.
Before installing and commissioning the device, read
carefully the instruction manuals provided.
2.2
Abbreviations
4 HP: Heat pump
4 DHW: Domestic hot water
4 LP: Low pressure
4 HP: High pressure
4 CFC: Chlorofluorocarbon
4 Qpr: Static losses (Thermal losses from the DHW tank when it is
off for 24 hours)
4 COP: Performance coefficient
4 HP/HC: Peak hours / Off-peak hours
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Technical specifications
3.1
Homologations
3.1.1.
Certifications
n Electrical compliance / Marking CE
This product complies to the requirements to the european directives
and following standards:
4 2006/95/EC Low Voltage Directive
Reference Standard: EN 60.335.1.
4 2004/108/EC Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive
Reference Standard: EN 50.081.1 / EN 50.082.1 / EN 55.014.
3.1.2.
Directive 97/23/EC
This product conforms to the requirements of european directive 97 /
23 / EC, article 3, paragraph 3, on pressure equipment.
3.1.3.
Factory test
Before leaving the factory, each appliance is tested for the following:
4 Water tightness
4 Air tightness
4 Electrical safety.
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3.2
3. Technical specifications
Technical specifications
3.2.1.
Characteristics of the appliance
TWH 300 E
TWH 300 EH
TWH 200 E
Capacity
Model
litres
270
260
215
Output (HP) -Air temperature = 15°C
W
1700
1700
1700
Absorbed electrical power (HP)
W
500
500
500
2.94
2.75
2.90
m3/h
320
320
320
Electrical resistor output
W
2400
2400
2400
Operating pressure
bar (MPa)
10 (1,0)
10 (1,0)
10 (1,0)
Power supply voltage
V
230
230
230
Circuit breaker
A
16
16
16
Exchanger surface
m2
-
1.00
-
Continuous output DT = 35 K (2) (3)
litres per hour
-
955.6
-
Flow rate over 10 minutes with DT = 30 K (2)
l/10 mm
-
420
-
Vmax(1)
litres
388
383
281.9
W
34
36
30
m
26
26
26
R134a refrigerant
kg
1.45
1.45
1.45
Weight (empty)
kg
105
123
92
COP
(1)
Nominal air flow rate (DP = 25
Pa)(1)
Pes(1)
Maximum length of the air connection Diameter 160
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
mm(4)
Value obtained with an air temperature of 7 and a water inlet at 10 °C, as per EN16147 based on Specification LCIE N°103-15/B:2011
Domestic cold water input at 10°C - Primary inlet temperature at 80°C
Output: 34.1 kW
The installation of suction and backflow conduits on the heat pump lessens its performance
3.2.2.
Heating time of the DHW tank depending on
the air temperature
Scenario for complete heating of the DHW tank
Y
20
18
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
-5
A
Heating time for a set point of 51°C
B
Heating time for a set point of 62°C
Y
Heating time (Hours)
X
Air temperature (°C)
A
B
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
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3.2.3.
Max domestic hot water set point reached
by the heat pump depending on the air
temperature
Y
Y
Max domestic hot water temperature (°C)
65°
X
Air temperature (°C)
55°
51°
-5
0
5 7
10 X
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4
Technical description
4.1
General description
The DHW tanks in the TWH range have the following characteristics:
4 Floor-standing thermodynamic storage DHW tank
4 Thermodynamic unit extracting energy from unheated ambient air
or outside air
4 Control panel with display of the volume of water heated and
hourly programming
4 Heat exchanger for connection to a boiler or a solar circuit (EH
Version)
4 Steatite electrical resistance 2.4 kW
4 Enamelled tank protected by impressed current anode
4 Very thick insulation (0% CFCs)
The thermodynamic water heater is a hot water tank that can be
heated by:
4 The Heat Pump (up to 65°C)
4 The electric heating resistance (Electrical back-up - AUTO and
Boost mode) (up to 70°C)
4 The additional heat exchanger (EH Version)
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4.2
Main parts
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
Fan
11
2
Evaporator
12
13
14
15
3
Expansion valve
4
Solenoid valve for defrosting
5
Regulation
16
6
temperature sensor
7
Impressed current anode
8
Safety thermostat
9
Steatite electrical resistance
10
temperature sensor
11
Air conduits
12
High pressure (HP) pressure switch
13
Low pressure (LP) pressure switch
14
Compressor
15
Pressure measurement point - High pressure (HP)
16
Ventilation grid
17
Domestic hot water outlet
18
Condenser
19
Cold water inlet
17
7
8
9
18
10
19
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4.3
Operating principle
The thermodynamic DHW tank uses unheated ambient air or outside
air to prepare DHW.
The refrigerant circuit is a closed circuit in which the R-134a
refrigerant plays the role of an energy carrier.
The heat from the intake air is transferred to the refrigerant in the
finned heat exchanger at a low evaporation temperature.
The refrigerant is sucked in by a compressor in vapour form, which
raises it to a higher pressure and temperature and sends it to the
condenser. In the condenser, the heat extracted in the evaporator and
some of the energy absorbed by the compressor are released into
the water.
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The refrigerant is depressurised in the thermostatic expansion valve
and is cooled. The refrigerant can again extract the heat contained in
the inlet air into the evaporator.
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Compressor
2
Low pressure (LP) pressure switch
3
Condenser
4
Domestic hot water tank
5
Heat exchanger (EH Version)
6
Steatite electrical resistance
7
Impressed current anode
8
Temperature regulator (HP)
9
Limiting thermostat
10
Temperature regulator (Electric heating
resistance)
11
Sensor tube
12
Filter-drier
13
Thermostatic expansion valve
14
Ambient air thermostat
15
Evaporator
16
Fan
17
Expansion valve bulb
18
Sensor tube
19
Solenoid valve for defrosting
20
High pressure (HP) pressure switch
19
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Installation
5.1
Regulations governing installation
CAUTION
Installation and maintenance of the appliance must be
done by a qualified professional in accordance with
prevailing statutory texts and codes of practice.
5.2
Package list
5.2.1.
Standard delivery
The delivery includes:
4 The thermodynamic DHW tank (x1)
4 Dielectric connection (delivered in the instructions bag for the
DHW tank) (2x)
4 Lip gasket (2x)
4 Condensate evacuation hose (1x)
4 Instructions + Kyoto Protocol sticker (1x)
4 Hose holding clip (1x)
4 The user instructions
4 The installation and maintenance instructions
5.2.2.
20
Accessories
Accessories
package
Galvanised 90° elbow (Diameter 160 mm)
EH 77
Adapter sleeve (Diameter 160 mm)
EH 205
Insulated flexible duct (Diameter 160 mm - Length 3 m)
EH 206
Set of 2 retaining clamps (Diameter 160 mm)
EH 207
Passing through walls (Diameter 160 mm) + Closing plate
EH 208
Outside grid (Diameter 160 mm) (aluminium)
EH 209
PPE duct (Diameter 160 mm - Length 2x1 m) + 2 sleeves
EH 272
290° elbows (PPE) (Diameter 160 mm) + 2 sleeves
EH 273
2 sleeves PPE (Diameter 160 mm)
EH 274
Roof outlet Black (Diameter 160 mm)
EH 275
Tightness bed plate for flat roof (Diameter 160 mm)
EH 276
Tightness bed plate for sloping roof 25 to 45° (Diameter 160
mm)
EH 277
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Accessories
package
Reduced elbow kit
EH 434
Connection kit for safety unit
ER 208
Outside grate for taking in and discharging air (Diameter 160
mm)
EH 558
Storage and transport
CAUTION
4
Have 2 people available.
4
Use a 3-wheel hand truck.
4
Handle the appliance with gloves.
4
The appliance cover cannot be used for transport
operations. The cover is not capable of withstanding
heavy weights.
Model 300 : Allow a minimum room height of
approximately 2.15 m
Model 200 : Allow a minimum room height of
approximately 1.84 m.
4
4 The thermodynamic DHW tank must be stored and transported in
its packaging and not filled with water.
4 Ambient transport and storage temperatures admissible: from
-20 to +60°C.
5.3.1.
Transport
We recommend shipping the appliance vertically.
It is possible to ship the appliance horizontally over short
distances but only on its back.
CAUTION
The appliance must never be stacked or laid on another
side; it may otherwise malfunction or break down.
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5.4
Choice of the location
5.4.1.
Type plate
4 The type plate must be accessible at all times.
C003192-D
4 The type plate identifies the product and provides the following
information:
- Appliance type
- Manufacturing date (Year - Week)
- Serial number.
5.4.2.
Positioning of the appliance
CAUTION
When installing the appliance, respect the IP21
environmental rating.
CAUTION
4
4
4
4
4
Do not install the thermodynamic water heater in
premises exposed to gas, vapours or dust.
The appliance must not take in air containing
solvents or explosive materials.
The air taken in must in no event be dusty.
Adequate thermal insulation in relation to adjacent
living spaces is recommended.
Temperature of the ambient air or of the air taken in
by the heat pump for optimum running: from 10 to
35°C.
4 Install the appliance in a dry, frost-free room at a minimum
temperature of 7°C.
4 Install the appliance on a flat, solid surface.
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4 Install the appliance on a base frame. The base frame must at all
times present sufficient resistance to the load.
n Advised positions
Garage:
4 Unheated room.
4 Enables recovery of the free energy released by your vehicle’s
engine when switched off after use or by household appliances in
operation.
C004021-A
Laundry room:
4 Unheated room.
4 Enables the dehumidification of the room and recovery of the
energy wasted by washing and drying machines.
C004020-A
Habitable room:
4 Can obtain free heat from the garage.
C004019-A
Via crawl space:
4 Connection to the crawl space is possible if the volume is greater
than 30 m3.
4 The crawl space must be frost-free (temperature > 1°C).
If the crawl space is poorly insulated, thermal losses from
the home will be greater.
A
C004022-A
Via outside air:
4 Connection to the outside air may lead to overconsumption of
electricity if the outside air temperature falls outside the operating
range.
4 Minimum distance to be observed for the ducts if intake and
backflow are done on the same façade: 700 mm.
B
Risk of discomfort in the Eco operating mode.
C004023-A
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Cupboard:
4 With EH77 or EH273: 1100 mm x 1100 mm - Ducted version. Be
sure to make the aeraulic connections absolutely leakproof in
order to prevent the cupboard from losing heat.
0 160
69
0
We strongly recommend installing the control system in the
living room.
C003481-C
30
0
1100
1100 mini
800 mini
00
0 160 / 2
4 With EH434 (Reduced elbow kit): 800 mm x 800 mm - Ducted
version. Be sure to make the aeraulic connections absolutely
leakproof in order to prevent the cupboard from losing heat.
We strongly recommend installing the control system in the
living room.
800
59
82 8
6
C004734-A
V > 30m3
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A (mm) 1690
A
m
40 in.
0
15
69
06
0
0
00
2000
2000
4 To ensure adequate access and facilitate maintenance, allow
sufficient space around the appliance.
4 Model 200: Allow a minimum distance of 0.4 m at both sides of the
appliance and a minimum room height of around 1.84 m for
operation without air ducts.
4 Model 300: Allow a minimum distance of 0.4 m at both sides of the
appliance and a minimum room height of around 2.15 m for
operation without air ducts.
m
40 in.
0
15
0
C003188-F
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n Pipe length
CAUTION
Do not use accessories that may cause considerable
pressure drops (extraction grid with mosquito screen,
partially extended flexible duct, etc.). If the pressure drops
are greater, the performance of the appliance will be
impaired and the loading times increased.
Maximum length of the air connection m
diameter 160 mm
26
Accessories
package Equivalent length in m
Galvanised 90° elbow (Diameter 160 mm)
EH77
1.0
Adapter sleeve (Diameter 160 mm)
EH205
1.5
Insulated flexible duct (Diameter 160 mm - Length 3 m)
EH206
3.0
Passing through walls (Diameter 160 mm) + Closing plate
EH208
7.0
Outside grid (Diameter 160 mm) (aluminium)
EH209
8.0
PPE duct (Diameter 160 mm - Length 2x1 m) + 2 sleeves
EH272
0.2
290° elbows (PPE) (Diameter 160 mm) + 2 sleeves
EH273
0.2
Roof outlet Black (Diameter 160 mm)
EH275
2.0
Reduced elbow kit
EH434
6.0
Outside grate for taking in and discharging air (Diameter 160 mm) EH558
1.0
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5.4.3.
Main dimensions
n TWH 200E - TWH 300E
3
1
A
2
B
1025
810
4
4
90
C003183-E
(1)
690
50°
A
Impressed current anode
Z
Steatite electrical resistance 2.4 kW
E
Domestic hot water outlet G 3/4"
R
Domestic cold water inlet G 3/4"
(1)
Adjustable feet
¼See chapter "Positioning the appliance", page
28
TWH 200E TWH 300E
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A 1690
2000
B 974
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n TWH 300EH
3
1
2000
1375
2
4
1025
658
5
810
6
455
300
7 90
C003476-C
4(1)
690
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Impressed current anode
Z
Steatite electrical resistance 2.4 kW
E
Secondary domestic hot water flow G 3/4"
R
Solar exchanger or boiler inlet G 3/4"
T
Sensor tube for solar or boiler sensor
Y
Solar exchanger or boiler outlet G 3/4"
U
Domestic cold water inlet G 3/4"
(1)
Adjustable feet
¼See chapter "Positioning the appliance", page
28
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5.5
Positioning the appliance
5.5.1.
Unpacking the appliance
CAUTION
Remove all packaging materials. Check that the contents
are intact. If you notice a defect, do not use the appliance
and contact the supplier.
5
7
2
4
6
3
1
8
M003102-A
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Remove the retaining screw from the fan grille.
Turn the grille anticlockwise.
Remove the fan grille.
Unscrew the 2 screws from the compressor support part.
Remove the compressor support part and discard it.
Put the grille back in place.
Turn the grille clockwise to fit it back into its housing.
Put the retaining screws in place.
5.5.2.
Positioning the appliance
¼Refer to the instructions affixed to the packaging of the
appliance
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5.5.3.
Levelling
To improve condensates evacuation, we recommend tilting
the appliance slightly backwards.
1. Level the appliance using the adjustable feet.
(1) Adjustable feet, Basic dimension 4 mm
Can be adjusted from 4 mm to 21 mm
B
C003187-E
3°
5.6
19
21
(1)
Hydraulic connections
CAUTION
Before making the hydraulic connections, it is essential to
rinse the circuit to get rid of any particles that may damage
certain units (safety valve, pumps, valves, etc.).
If rinsing has to be done using an aggressive product,
neutralise the rinsing water before disposing of it in the
waste water network.
Using hoses which are too short or too rigid encourages
the transmission of vibrations and the production of noises.
EH Version: Make all the hydraulic connections for the DHW tank
using flexible pipes.
5.6.1.
Connecting the calorifer to the domestic
water circuit (secondary circuit)
When making the connections, it is imperative that the standards and
corresponding local directives are respected.
n Specific precautions
Before making the connection, rinse the drinking water inlet
pipes in order not to introduce metal or other particles into the
appliance’s tank.
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CAUTION
Do not connect the domestic hot water connection directly
to copper pipes in order to prevent galvanic couples in iron/
copper (risk of corrosion). It is compulsory to fit the
domestic hot water connection with a dielectric
connection (Supplied).
n Safety valve or safety unit
CAUTION
In accordance with safety rules, a safety unit calibrated to
7 bar must be mounted on the DHW tank’s domestic cold
water inlet.
0.7 MPa safety valve (7 bar).
4 Integrate the safety valve in the cold water circuit.
4 Install the safety valve close to the calorifer in a place which is
easy to access.
n Size
4 The diameter of the safety unit and its connection to the DHW tank
must be at least equal to the diameter of the DHW tank’s domestic
cold water inlet.
4 No isolating devices must be fitted between the valve or the safety
unit and the DHW tank.
4 The outlet pipe in the valve or safety assembly must not be
blocked.
To avoid restricting the flow of water in the event of overpressure:
4 The safety device drain pipe must have a uniform and sufficient
gradient and its diameter must be at least equal to that of the outlet
opening of the safety device (to prevent the flow of water being
hindered if the pressure is too high).
4 The cross section of the discharge pipe from the safety unit must
be at least equal to the cross section of the opening of the safety
unit outlet.
n Isolating valves
Hydraulically isolate the primary and secondary circuits using stop
valves to facilitate maintenance operations on the unit. The valves
make it possible to carry out maintenance on the calorifer and its
components without draining the entire installation.
These valves are also used to isolate the calorifer unit when
conducting a pressurised check on the leak tightness of the
installation if the test pressure is greater than the admissible operating
pressure.
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CAUTION
If the mains pipes are made of copper, fit a sleeve made
of steel, cast iron or any other insulating material between
the tank’s hot water outlet and the pipes to prevent
corrosion to the connection.
n Connecting the domestic cold water
Make the connection to the cold water supply according to the
hydraulic installation diagram.
Install a water drain in the boiler room and a funnel-siphon for the
safety unit.
The components used for the connection to the cold water supply
must comply with the prevailing standards and regulations in the
country concerned. Fit a one-way valve to the domestic cold water
circuit.
n Pressure reducer
If the mains pressure exceeds 80% of the calibration of the valve or
safety unit (e.g. 5,5 bar (0,55 MPa) for a safety unit calibrated to 7 bar
(0,7 MPa)), a pressure reducer must be installed upstream of the
appliance. Install the pressure reducer downstream the water meter
in such a way as to ensure the same pressure in all of the installation
pipes.
n Measures to take to prevent hot water flow return
Fit a one-way valve to the domestic cold water circuit.
5.6.2.
Connection to a boiler (EH Version)
CAUTION
Before making the water connections of the heating circuit
and domestic hot water tank heat exchanger, it is
imperative to rinse the circuits to remove any particles
which might damage the components (safety valve,
pumps, valves, ...).
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A
C003613-B
32
A
Boiler
1
Heating flow
2
Heating return
3
Safety valve
4
Pressure gauge
7
Automatic air vent
9
Isolating valve
11
Heating pump
16
Expansion vessel
17
Drain cock
18
Filling the heating circuit
21
Outside sensor
22
Boiler sensor
24
DHW calorifier exchanger primary inlet
25
DHW calorifier heat exchanger primary outlet
26
DHW pump
27
Non-return valve
28
Domestic cold water inlet
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Pressure reducer
30
Safety unit
33
DHW sensor
50
Disconnector
51
Thermostatic valve
52
Differential valve (only with module fitted with a 3-speed
pump)
57
Domestic hot water outlet
90
Anti-thermosiphon loop
5.6.3.
Connection to solar collectors (EH
Version)
CAUTION
Limit the domestic hot water temperature to 60°C.
C003612-A
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33
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27
Non-return valve
28
Domestic cold water inlet
29
Pressure reducer
30
Safety unit
57
Domestic hot water outlet
61
Thermometer
79
Primary solar exchanger outlet on the DHW calorifier
80
Primary solar exchanger inlet on the DHW calorifier
84
Stop valve with releasable non-return valve
85
Primary solar circuit pump
87
Safety valve calibrated at 6 bar
88
Solar expansion vessel
89
Heat transfer fluid container
90
Anti-thermosiphon loop (= 10 x Pipe diameter)
109
Domestic hot water thermostatic mixing valve
112a
Solar sensor probe
112b
Solar DHW sensor
114
Primary solar circuit filling and draining device
126
Solar regulator
129
Insulation
130
Manual bleed degasser
131
Solar collectors
132
Complete solar station with solar regulator
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5.7
Condensates discharge
1. Mount a siphon in the condensates discharge pipe.
CAUTION
If there is no siphon, problems with condensates
discharge may arise when the compressor is running.
2. Mount the flow collector.
3. Fit the clamp to the flow header.
C003656-B
min. 200
1
5.8
Installing the control system in the living room
The control system is mounted as standard on the heat pump. It is
possible to install the control system in the living room for greater
comfort.
4 The user can remotely control programming of DHW production.
4 The user is informed directly if the installation malfunctions in any
way.
5.8.1.
Choose a location
Install the control system against an internal wall around 1.5 metres
from the floor in the carefully chosen pilot room.
Locations in the room that are not recommanded:
4 Encased
4 Exposed to solar radiation.
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5.8.2.
Operations to be carried out on the
thermodynamic DHW tank
1. Unscrew the 2 screws.
2. Remove the front cover.
1
2
1
C003254-C
3.
4.
5.
6.
3
4
Separate the control system command module from its base.
Disconnect the command module (2 wires).
Unscrew the 2 fastening wires on the base.
Remove the wire and discard it.
C003329-D
6
5
7. Unscrew the 2 fastening screws on the base of the control panel
and remove the base.
7
C003408-D
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8. Connect the 2 wires for connecting the command module at the
appliance end (not supplied).
C003330-D
8
9. Replace the front cover.
10.Tighten the 2 screws.
10
9
13
10
C003334-G
5.8.3.
Installing the control system in the living
room
1. Drill 2 holes with a Ø of 6 mm.
2. Put the plugs in place.
3. Attach the wall support.
2
6
1
3
C003331-A
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4. Connect the 2 wires on the command module.
5. Put the control system module in place.
5
4
5.9
C003407-D
Electrical connections
5.9.1.
Recommendations
WARNING
4
4
Only qualified professionals may carry out electrical
connections, always with the power off.
Do not connect the power supply directly to the HP/
HC contact.
The earthing shall comply with local standards.
Power the appliance with a circuit that includes a 16 A omnipolar
circuit breaker, D curve type, with a gap of more than 3 mm.
The DHW tank is delivered with a 3G cable. If the power cable is
damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its after sales
service or persons with similar qualifications in order to obviate any
danger.
The electricity supply is connected to the mains by connection cable
(~230 V, 50 Hz) and electrical plug.
The HP/HC connection is made on the terminal block.
5.9.2.
Connecting the hydraulic back-up (EH
Version)
1. Remove the front cover.
¼See chapter "Installing the control system in the living
room", page 35
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Backup
C003618-B
2. Access to the PCB.
3. Connect the boiler back-up connector (boiler back-up). To set the
boiler inlet, refer to the boiler instruction manual.
5.9.3.
Access to the connection terminal HP/HC
1. Unscrew the 2 screws.
2. Remove the front cover.
1
2
1
C003254-C
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HP/HC
230V
3. Access to the PCB.
4. Make the electrical connection using a cable with a cross section
of 1,5 mm2.
C003335-B
C003335-A
5.9.4.
Connection with HP/HC signal connected
n Shunt connection with HP/HC relay (Dry contact in the
heat pump)
1
538 kW/h
2
1
0
C1 C2
15 / 45 A
500 mA
3
4
4
B
30
mA
40 A
TEST
L
N
X11-2 HP/HC
X11-1 LINE
2A
16 A
A1
A
1
Auto
0
A2
A
C003617-E
1
40
Meter
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2
Connection circuit breaker
3
AC type differential switch
4
Circuit breaker
A
Power cable 1,5 mm2
B
Shunt 1,5 mm2
4 Set parameter P04 to 2.
4 The heat pump and additional heating are not permitted to operate
in Peak Hours
4 Rapid Boost heating at one touch
4 The 2 signal wires must be routed as far as the appliance’s box
n Connection to the meter with direct HP/HC contact (Dry
contact or voltage in the heat pump)
1
2
1
538 kW/h
0
C1 C2
15 / 45 A
500 mA
3
4
4
2A
16 A
X11-2 HP/HC
X11-1 LINE
L
N
30
mA
40 A
TEST
A
L
N
X11-1 LINE
X11-2 HP/HC
C003616-D
1
Meter
2
Connection circuit breaker
3
AC type differential switch
4
Circuit breaker
A
Power cable 1,5 mm2
4 Set parameter P04 to 2.
4 The heat pump and additional heating are not permitted to operate
in Peak Hours
4 Rapid Boost heating at one touch
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4 The 2 signal wires must be routed as far as the appliance’s box
5.9.5.
1
538 kW/h
Connection with timer programming
2
1
0
C1 C2
15 / 45 A
500 mA
3
4
4
2A
16 A
L
N
30
mA
40 A
TEST
C003615-D
1
Meter
2
Connection circuit breaker
3
AC type differential switch
4
Circuit breaker
4 Easy to install
4 Opt for hourly programming to take advantage of the HP/HC tariff
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5.9.6.
3
5
4
Connection with timer programming and
photovoltaic signal
4
L
N
X11-2 HP/HC
X11-1 LINE
30
mA
40 A
TEST
2A
16 A
A
PV-S
DC
6
AC
C004822-A
3
AC type differential switch
4
Circuit breaker
5
Photovoltaic panel
6
Inverter
A
Power cable 1,5 mm2
4 The heat pump and electrical backup are allowed to operate
depending on the time program.
4 The heat pump will start to heat at the temperature of 62 °C
(parameter P07) when the photovoltaic signal is actif.
4 If the photovoltaic signal is actif when the contact is open, set the
parameter P04 on 3.
4 If the photovoltaic signal is actif when the contact is closed, set the
parameter P04 on 4.
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X7
X-HC
1
R4
4
2
5
3
2
5
2
2
6
1
4
TS
X2
2
3 4
2
R2
X3
1
3
X4
N
L
1
1
2
θ°C
1
1
2
θ°C
1
2
2
2
1
S3
S2
S1
θ°C
1
2
2
X-B1
SPL1
X1
1
2
TA
1
2
1
1
4
HP
R1
KLIXON
2
3
1
1
X8
1
θ°C
1
2
1
R3
S5
2
S4
3
X5
5
1
1
1
2
2
θ°C
P
NC
2
P
4
COM
4
NO
2
6
2
3
R5
3
1
1
2
2
1
PCU-195
R6
1
X6
2
2
5.10 Electrical principle diagram
ALIMENTATION 230 V
SPC003402-B
44
A
Control panel
Z
Fan
E
Solenoid valve for defrosting
R
Compressor
T
Condenser
Y
Electric heating resistance
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*
Earth
L
Live
N
Neutral
P
Pressure switch
R1 - R6
Relay
S4
Evaporator sensor
S5
Room sensor
SPL1
Splice
TA
Impressed current anode
TS
Safety thermostat
X1
Connecting the impressed current anode
X2-S3
Bottom DHW temperature sensor
X3-S2
Middle DHW temperature sensor
X4-S1
Top DHW temperature sensor
X5
Room sensor, Evaporator, Pressure switch
X6
Control panel connection
X7
Hydraulic back-up command terminal board
X8
Command terminal board
X-B1
Electrical back-up command terminal board
X-HC
Pricing information input (HP-HC).
Allows authorisation of domestic hot water production
depending on the setting of the HP/HC input
5.11 Filling the thermodynamic DHW tank
C003409-A
1. Open a hot water tap.
2. Open the cold water tap located on the safety unit. Ensure that the
drainage valve on the unit is closed.
3. When the water overflows through the hot water tap, the appliance
is full. Close the hot water tap.
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6
Commissioning
6.1
Control panel
6.1.1.
MODE
Description of the keys
(-)
Browse keys
MODE
Operating mode selection key
MENU
Key to access the various menus
MENU
C003197-B
6.1.2.
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34
°C
MODE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
MENU
Description of the display
!
Quantity of domestic hot water available (depending on
the set point input)
J
Parameter settings
!
Alarm
K
Comfort period active or Clock programming
88[8 Display of the date (day:month) or the time (hour:minutes)
8
depending on the selected menu
1 2 3 4 5 Display of the day of the week (1=Monday, 2=Tuesday,
67
etc.)
C003186-I
888
Digital display
L
Number of baths available (40 °C)
X
Quantity of water (litres)
(
Reduces set values
)
Increases set values
B
Confirm key
V
Reset the control system after a breakdown
M
Automatic mode or Comfort mode
%
Eco mode
W
Boost mode
>
46
C
Holiday mode
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M+W
Boost function active via the HP/HC inlet
%+W
Boost function active via the HP/HC inlet
> C
+W
Boost function active via the HP/HC inlet
n DHW production mode indicator
The main display indicates the domestic hot water production mode.
Display Domestic hot water
production
Description
Heat pump
The 2 segments of the tank flash simultaneously when domestic hot water production
is handled by the heat pump
Electrical back-up
The right-hand segment of the tank flashes when domestic hot water production is
handled by electrical back-up
Hydraulic additional heating
The left-hand segment of the tank flashes when domestic hot water production is
handled by hydraulic back-up (EH Version)
C003487-B
C003484-B
C003485-B
C003486-A
Heat pump + Electrical back- The 2 segments of the tank flash alternately when domestic hot water production is
up + Hydraulic additional
handled by the heat pump, by electrical back-up and by hydraulic backup (EH version)
heating
n Indicator of the water volume available
When producing domestic hot water, the display indicates the number
of baths available and the level to which the tank is filled (quantity of
hot water available).
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4 The number of baths is calcuated based on a domestic hot water
temperature of 40°C.
4 The level to which the tank is filled is calculated according to the
set point temperature.
4 Set the 2 parameters, P18 and P19, according to the
appliance model.
¼See chapter: "Modifying the installer parameters", page
52
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6.1.3.
Browsing in the menus
1. Press the MENU key. The SE nS 1 menu is displayed
(Temperature measurement).
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2. Use the ( and ) keys to scroll through the menus (See table
below).
3. To access the selected menu, press the MODE key (B).
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4. To go back to the previous display, press the key MENU.
5. To go back ty the main display, press once key MENU.
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1x
2x
3x
.
.
.
MENU
C003204-B
Accessing the menu Menu
Description
See chapter
¼ "Reading out measured values", page 50
1x MENU
SE nS Measurements menu
1
1x )
CL OC Setting the time and the date ¼Refer to the user instructions
2
2x )
Pr oG
3
Modify an hourly programme ¼Refer to the user instructions
3x )
Co un
4
Meters
¼ "Counters", page 50
4x )
PA rA
5
Setting parameters
¼ "Reading out measured values", page 50
5x )
Er bL
6
Failure history
¼ "Message and error history", page 65
6x )
Co dE Installer parameters
7
6.2
¼ "Modifying the installer parameters", page 52
Check points before commissioning
4 Check that the thermodynamic DHW tank is full of water.
4 Check the seals.
4 Check that the safety devices are operating correctly.
4 Check the operating mode.
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6.3
Putting the appliance into operation
6.3.1.
Commissioning
CAUTION
Initial commissioning must be done by a qualified
professional.
CAUTION
After positioning the appliance, wait one hour before
starting it up.
Carry out the commissioning operations in the following order:
1. Connect to the mains.
2. Check that no error codes or messages are shown on the display.
The domestic hot water set point temperature is set to 55°C in
comfort mode.
3. Select the Boost operating mode.
¼See chapter: "Choosing the operating mode", page 49
4. The compressor starts up after 120 seconds if DHW production is
required.
6.4
Checks and adjustments after commissioning
4 Check the leak tightness of the connections.
4 Check the temperature of the 3 DHW temperature sensors to
ensure that the appliance operates correctly.
If the readout values are incorrect, check the positioning of the
sensors in the sensor tube.
4 A few days after start up of the appliance, a visual inspection must
be made to check for any leaks in the water system or any
blockages in the condensates runoff.
6.5
Choosing the operating mode
The operating mode is shown on the main display.
1. To change the operating mode, press the MODE key several times
until the symbol corresponding to the desired operating mode
appears on the display.
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Display Operating
mode
Description
M
Automatic or
Comfort
Comfort programme activated
Domestic hot water production is handled by the heat pump and by electrical back-up if necessary
(+ Hydraulic back-up for EH version).
If domestic hot water production is not satisfied by the compressor after a modifiable time delay
(factory setting: 5 hours - Parameter P23), the back-ups start up.
%
Eco
W
Boost
Reduced programme activated.
Domestic hot water production is handled by the heat pump alone.
After the compressor stops, the displayed quantity of domestic hot water available may not be
complete (!).
Forced operating activated
Domestic hot water production is handled simultaneously by the heat pump and the electrical backup for a modifiable period (factory setting: 6 hours).
Holiday period
Shutting down domestic hot water production.
The domestic hot water temperature is kept at 10°C.
> days Vacation
6.6
Reading out measured values
6.6.1.
Measurements menu
1. Press once the MENU key. The SE nS 1 menu is displayed.
2. Press the MODEB key to go to the Measurements menu. The SE
01 menu is displayed.
3. Use the ( and ) keys to switch from one measurement to
another.
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2x
3x
.
.
.
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Parameters Description
Unit
SE 01 Top DHW temperature sensor
SE 02 Middle DHW temperature sensor
°C
SE 03 Bottom DHW temperature sensor
SE 04 Room sensor
°C
SE 05 Evaporator temperature sensor
SE 06 Electricity tariff:
°C
4
6.6.2.
°C
HP1: Peak hours
4
HC0: Off-peak hours
St Su Operating status / sub-status of the control system
sequence
SP 1
Back-up setpoint
SP 2
°C
Compressor setpoint
°C
°C
Counters
n Displaying the counters
1. Press once the MENU key. The SE nS 1 menu is displayed.
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2. Press the ) key 3 times. The Co un 4 menu is displayed.
3. Press the MODE B key to go to the Counters menu. The number
of the counter is shown to the right of the display.
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4. Use the ( and ) keys to switch from one counter to another (See
table below).
5. To exit this menu, press the MODE B key.
1
6. To go back to the main display, press the MENU button.
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Meter Description
Unit
1
Total electric energy input for DHW production
kWh
2
Electric energy input by the compressor in the last 24 hours
The counter is reset at 00:00 hours every day
Wh
3
Electric energy input by the electrical back-up in the last 24 hours Wh
The counter is reset at 00:00 hours every day
4
Number of hours operation of the hydraulic backup
h
5
Number of hours powered up
h
6
Instantaneous output
W
n Resetting the counters
1. Press once the MENU key. The SE nS 1 menu is displayed.
2. Press the ) key 3 times. The Co un 4 menu is displayed.
3. Press the MODE B key to go to the Counters menu. The number
of the counter is shown to the right of the display.
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4. Use the ( and ) keys to switch from one counter to another.
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5. Press the
1
V key to reset the meter displayed to zero.
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6. Confirm using key MODE B.
7. To exit this menu, press the MODE B key.
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8. To go back to the main display, press the MENU button.
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6.7
Modifying the installer parameters
CAUTION
Modification of the factory settings may be detrimental to
the functioning of the appliance.
6.7.1.
Access to parameters
To prevent input errors, access to this menu requires the use of the
access code 012.
1. Press once the MENU key. The SE nS 1 menu is displayed.
2. Press the ) key 6 times. The Co dE menu is displayed.
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3. Enter the access code 012 using the ( or ) keys.
4. Press the MODE B-key for the menu. The parameter P1
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5. Scroll through the parameters using the ( or ) key.
6. To modify a parameter, press the MODE B key. The parameter
value flashes.
7. Set the desired value using the ( or ) key.
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6.7.2.
List of the parameters
Parameters Description
Adjustment range Factory
setting
DHW setpoint in Auto mode
25 to 70 °C
55 °C
02
DHW set point in Eco mode
25 to 65 °C
55 °C
04
Choice of mode for the DHW Comfort period:
0-6
0
P
01
P
P
4
0 = Use the time programs.
1 = Use the electricity tariff information input. Tells you whether or not
domestic hot water production is permitted (HP1 = not permitted => Contact
closed, HC0 = permitted => Contact open).
4
2 = Use the electricity tariff information input. Tells you whether or not
domestic hot water production is permitted (HP1 = not permitted => Contact
open, HC0 = permitted => Contact closed).
4
3 = Use the time programs. The status of the electricity tariff information
input is used to activate the Boost function with compressor only (HP1 =
Boost deactivated => Contact closed, HC0 = Boost activated => Contact
open).
4
4 = The status of the electricity tariff information input is used to activate
the Boost function with compressor only (HP1 = Boost activated => Contact
open, HC0 = Boost deactivated => Contact closed).
4
5 = The status of the electricity tariff information input is used to activate
the Boost function with compressor and back-up (HP1 = Boost deactivated
=> Contact closed, HC0 = Boost activated => Contact open).
4
6 = The status of the electricity tariff information input is used to activate
the Boost function with compressor and back-up (HP1 = Boost activated
=> Contact open, HC0 = Boost deactivated => Contact closed).
Automatic switch to summer time (last Sunday in March) and winter time (last 0 - 1
Sunday in October):
4
P
06
0 = Function not active (for countries where the time change is done on
other dates or is not in use)
4
1 = Function activated
DHW setpoint in Boost mode
1
4
P
07
P
17
Protection by impressed current anode
4
40 to 70 °C
62 °C
0-1
1
0 = Deactivation
4
1 = Activation
Water volume contained in the DHW tank (x 10 l)
6 - 255
27
Water volume for one bath (l)
10 - 255
120
20
Maximum duration of the Boost mode (h)
1 - 10
6
22
Back-up type
0-2
1
0 - 10
5
60 - 255
120
P
18
P
19
P
P
4
0 = None
4
1 = Electrical back-up
4
2 = Hydraulic additional heating
Time delay for starting the electrical or hydraulic back-up in Automatic mode
(Hours)
P
23
P
24
Compressor start-up time (seconds)
P
26
Antilegionella function. The tank is overheated every Saturday from 1 o’clock to 0 - 1
6 o’clock (65 °C).
P
27
4
0 = Off
4
1 = Activated outside holiday periods
4
2 = Always activated
Compressor cut-off hysteresis in relation to the set point for the bottom domestic 5 - 15
hot water temperature sensor (only in Auto or Boost mode)
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Parameters Description
Adjustment range Factory
setting
P
28
Maximum DHW temperature (bottom sensor) for compressor cut-off (°C) (only 35 - 50
in Auto or Boost mode)
45
P
29
Minimum duration of compressor operation (minutes)
3 - 10
3
P
30
Anti-short-cycle period between 2 compressor start-ups (minutes)
5 - 10
5
P
31
Hydraulic additional heating
0-1
0
55 to 70 °C
65 °C
4
0 = contact R6 closed if there is an additional hydraulic heating request
4
1 = contact R6 opened if there is an additional hydraulic heating request
DHW setpoint used for the antilegionella function
P
32
P
52
Difference in temperature between the tank temperature and the set point
before restarting the compressor
1 to 15 °C
3 °C
P
57
Minimum room temperature for compressor operation
–5 to 20 °C
–5 °C
P
58
Maximum room temperature for compressor operation
20 to 35 °C
35 °C
6.7.3.
Control system sequence
Control system sequence
Status Sub-status Operation
0
1
2
3
4
9
0
Appliance off
7
Compressor post-operation
1
Anti-short cycle activated
2
Wait for the start-up condition for domestic hot water production
3
Start-up of the fan and the defrosting valve
5
Compressor starts
6
Defrosting
1
Anti-short cycle activated
4
Additional heating starts
7
Compressor post-operation
5
Compressor starts
6
Defrosting
--
Blockage state
6.7.4.
Return to the factory settings
1. Press the ( and ) keys simultaneously for 5 seconds. The
rSt menu is displayed.
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2. Press the MODE B key to carry out a TOTAL RESET of all
parameters.
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Switching off the appliance
7.1
Installation shutdown
CAUTION
Try to avoid switching off the appliance in order to maintain
protection against corrosion. The appliance’s frost
protection continues to be activated.
7.2
Antifreeze protection
In the event of extended absence (holiday), programme the
corresponding number of days. The temperature of the water in the
tank is maintained at 10°C.
¼Refer to the user instructions.
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8
Checking and maintenance
8.1
General instructions
CAUTION
Installation and maintenance of the appliance must be
done by a qualified professional in accordance with
prevailing statutory texts and codes of practice.
CAUTION
Before working on the appliance, ensure that it is switched
off and safe.
CAUTION
Check the discharge on the compressor condenser for
single phase voltages.
CAUTION
Before working on the cooling circuit, switch off the
appliance and wait a few minutes. Some equipment such
as the compressor and the pipes can reach temperatures
higher than 100°C and high pressures, which may cause
serious burns.
When the appliance is switched off, the fan continues to
run by inertia for around one minute.
Maintenance operations are important for the following reasons:
4 To guarantee optimum performance
4 To extend the life of the equipment
4 To provide an installation which offers the customer optimum
comfort over time.
CAUTION
At no time allow water to get into the control
components. Before starting cleaning, disconnect the
mains power plug or switch off the appliance.
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8.2
Maintenance operations to be performed
8.2.1.
Refrigerant circuit
No maintenance is required on the refrigerant circuit in the
thermodynamic water heater.
8.2.2.
Hydraulic circuit
Check the watertightness of the water connections.
8.2.3.
Aeraulics
n Cleaning the evaporator
DANGER
Risk of injury on the sharp-edged fins.
CAUTION
Do not distort or damage the fins.
4 Clean the evaporator at regular intervals using a soft-haired brush.
4 Carefully realign the fins using a suitable comb if they are bent.
n Cleaning the fan
Check the cleanliness of the fan 1 time per year. Clogging by dust
and other particles impairs the heat pump’s performance.
8.2.4.
Impressed current anode
No maintenance operations are required on an impressed current
anode.
The appliance’s control panel must be switched on to
ensure operation of the impressed current anode.
8.2.5.
Checking the safety valve or unit
Operate the safety valve or unit at least 1 time per month to check
that it is running correctly. This check provides forewarning of any
excess pressure that may damage the DHW tank.
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WARNING
Failure to abide by this maintenance rule may cause
damage to the DHW tank and void its warranty.
8.2.6.
Descaling
Use a new leak tight seal on the inspection trap.
In hard water regions, we recommend asking the installer to carry out
an annual descaling operation on the DHW tank’s exchanger in order
to maintain its performance.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Turn off the domestic cold water inlet.
Drain the DHW tank.
Open a hot water tap.
Open the valve on the safety unit.
Remove the insulation from the inspection hatch.
Pull out the DHW sensor.
Remove the inspection trap (13 mm spanner).
Remove the 2 bulbs from the safety thermostat.
Remove the limescale deposited in the tank in the form of sludge
or strips. Keep the limescale on the walls of the tank: it provides
effective protection against corrosion and enhances the DHW
tank’s insulation.
10.Then replace all the parts in reverse order.
C003214-F
Each time it is opened, the lip gasket must be replaced to
guarantee tightness. Place the gasket’s positioning tab
towards the outside of the DHW tank.
11.After each intervention, ensure that the installation is watertight.
The screws retaining the visit trap must be tightened to
6 N·m +1/-0. Use a torque wrench.
8.2.7.
Cleaning the condensates discharge duct
Check the cleanliness of the condensates discharge pipe. An
obstruction by dust may cause poor condensates flow or even a risk
of excessive accumulation of water.
DANGER
Risk of the heat pump malfunctioning.
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Accessing the bottom inspection trap
Have a lip gasket and a retainer ring on hand for the
inspection hatch.
1
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
85°
Disconnect the mains supply.
Drain the DHW tank.
Open a hot water tap.
Open the valve on the safety unit.
Set the appliance to repair position
1.
6. Check the extent of scaling in the tank and on the exchanger.
Keep the limescale on the walls of the tank: it provides effective
protection against corrosion and enhances the DHW tank’s
insulation.
Remove limescale deposits from the bottom of the tank.
Remove limescale deposits from the exchanger to guarantee its
performance.
7. Fit the unit together.
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CAUTION
Each time it is opened, the lip gasket + retainer ring unit
must be replaced to guarantee tightness.
Place the gasket’s positioning tab towards the outside of
the DHW tank.
8. After reassembly, check the tightness of the lower flange.
The screws retaining the visit trap must be tightened to
6 N·m +1/-0. Use a torque wrench.
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8. Checking and maintenance
Maintenance form
No.
Date
Checks made
Remarks
By
Signature
_____ _________ ______________________________ _____________________ _______________ ____________
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Troubleshooting
9.1
Messages (Code type bxx or Exx)
Messages (type code bXX)
9.1.1.
In the case of failure, the control panel displays a message and a
corresponding code.
1. Make a note of the code displayed.
The code is important for the correct and rapid diagnosis of the
type of failure and for any technical assistance that may be
needed.
2. Disconnect and reconnect the mains cable.
The appliance will restart only when the malfunction has been
corrected.
3. If the code is displayed again, correct the problem by following the
instructions in the table below:
Code no.
Description
Checking / solution
B00
Parameter error on the PCU PCB
Reset the parameters
B01
Pressure switch alarm
4
Note: DHW production is handled by back- 4
up if back-up enabled
Check the power supply to the compressor
Maximum DHW temperature exceeded
4
Note: DHW production is not covered (by the 4
compressor or the back-up)
Check the connection on the top DHW sensor
B03
The room temperature is higher than 35°C. 4
The compressor is outside its operating
range.
4
Note: DHW production is handled by backup if back-up enabled.
Modify the parameters according to the instructions in the
manual.
The compressor will handle DHW production once the room
temperature is less than 35°C.
B04
The room temperature is less than -5°C.
4
Note: DHW production is handled by backup if back-up enabled.
4
B25
The bottom DHW temperature sensor is
short circuited
B02
Check the pressure switch connection
Check that the back-up is not running permanently
Modify the parameters according to the instructions in the
manual.
The compressor will handle DHW production once the room
temperature is higher than -5°C.
Bad connection
4
Check whether the sensor is connected
4
Check the link and the connectors
4
Check that the sensor has been correctly fitted
Sensor fault
62
4
Check the Ohmic value of the sensor
4
Replace the sensor if necessary
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Description
B26
The bottom DHW temperature sensor is
open
Checking / solution
Bad connection
4
Check whether the sensor is connected
4
Check the link and the connectors
4
Check that the sensor has been correctly fitted
Sensor fault
4
B27
The top DHW temperature sensor is short
circuited
Check the Ohmic value of the sensor
4
Replace the sensor if necessary
Bad connection
4
Check whether the sensor is connected
4
Check the link and the connectors
4
Check that the sensor has been correctly fitted
Sensor fault
4
B28
The top DHW temperature sensor is open
Check the Ohmic value of the sensor
4
Replace the sensor if necessary
Bad connection
4
Check whether the sensor is connected
4
Check the link and the connectors
4
Check that the sensor has been correctly fitted
Sensor fault
B32
The impressed current anode is in open
circuit.
4
Check the Ohmic value of the sensor
4
4
Replace the sensor if necessary
Check that the connection cable between the SCU PCB and the
anode is not severed
Check that the anode is not broken
4
4
Check that the DHW tank is correctly filled with water
Remarks:
Domestic hot water production has stopped but can
nonetheless be restarted using key V (For 72 hours)
4
Protection against corrosion is not ensured
4
Check that the connection cable between the PCU PCB and the
anode is not short-circuited
4
Check that the anode is not short-circuited
Remarks:
4
B33
The impressed current anode is shortcircuited.
Domestic hot water production has stopped but can
nonetheless be restarted using key V (For 72 hours)
4
Protection against corrosion is not ensured
The 3 sensors do not measure the same value
4
B40
Measurement error on the domestic hot
water temperature sensors.
Remarks:
4
This message is only displayed on initial
commissioning.
4
This message disappears after 10
minutes or when you press the B key.
No communication between the control
4
panel and the PCU board.
Check the location of the sensors.
4
Err
BuS
InIt
12
No communication between the control
panel and the PCU board.
4
Check the wiring between the control panel and the PCU board.
Check the wiring between the control panel and the PCU board.
If the causes of the problem are still present after several attempts at
automatic start-up, the appliance goes into lockdown mode (also
called failure).
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¼see chapter: "Messages (type code EXX)", page 64
Messages (type code EXX)
9.1.2.
1. The display shows :
- The symbol (!)
- The symbol V
- The fault code (for example E02).
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the error code continues to display, search for the cause in the
error table and apply the solution.
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Code no. Description
Checking / solution
E00
The parameter storage unit on the PCU
electronic board is defective
Replace the PCU PCB
E01
The middle DHW temperature sensor is short Bad connection
circuited
4
Check whether the sensor is connected
Note: DHW production is not covered
4
Check the link and the connectors
4
Check that the sensor has been correctly fitted
Sensor fault
4
E02
Check the Ohmic value of the sensor
4
Replace the sensor if necessary
The middle DHW temperature sensor is open Bad connection
Note: DHW production is not covered
4
Check whether the sensor is connected
4
Check the link and the connectors
4
Check that the sensor has been correctly fitted
Sensor fault
4
E04
Check the Ohmic value of the sensor
4
Replace the sensor if necessary
The room temperature sensor is short circuited Bad connection
Note: DHW production is handled by back-up if
4
Check whether the sensor is connected
back-up enabled
4
Check the link and the connectors
4
Check that the sensor has been correctly fitted
Sensor fault
4
E05
Check the Ohmic value of the sensor
4
Replace the sensor if necessary
Bad connection
The room temperature sensor is open
Note: DHW production is handled by back-up if
4
Check whether the sensor is connected
back-up enabled
4
Check the link and the connectors
4
Check that the sensor has been correctly fitted
Sensor fault
64
4
Check the Ohmic value of the sensor
4
Replace the sensor if necessary
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Code no. Description
E06
Checking / solution
Bad connection
The evaporator temperature sensor is short
circuited
Check whether the sensor is connected
Note: DHW production is handled by back-up if 4
4
Check the link and the connectors
back-up enabled
4
Check that the sensor has been correctly fitted
Sensor fault
4
E07
Check the Ohmic value of the sensor
4
Replace the sensor if necessary
Bad connection
The evaporator temperature sensor is open
Note: DHW production is handled by back-up if
4
back-up enabled
4
Check whether the sensor is connected
Check the link and the connectors
4
Check that the sensor has been correctly fitted
Sensor fault
E08
E09
E10
9.2
4
Check the Ohmic value of the sensor
4
4
Replace the sensor if necessary
Check activation of the defrosting solenoid valve
Malfunction on the defrosting function
Note: DHW production is handled by back-up if 4
back-up enabled
4
4
4
The low pressure pressure switch alarm
sounds for more than 120 seconds
4
Note: DHW production is handled by back-up if
4
back-up enabled
The low pressure pressure switch alarm has
been tripped more than 3 times during the last
24 hours
Note: DHW production is handled by back-up if
back-up enabled
Check the position of the temperature sensor in the evaporator
Check that the fan is working correctly
Check that the condensates can flow freely
Check the position of the temperature sensor in the evaporator
Check that the fan is working correctly
Check that the condensates can flow freely
4
Check the position of the temperature sensor in the evaporator
4
Check that the fan is working correctly
4
Check that the condensates can flow freely
4
Check the refrigerant load
Message and error history
The Er bL 6 menu is used to consult the last 16 messages and the
last 16 errors displayed by the control panel.
1. Press once the MENU key. The SE nS 1 menu is displayed.
2. Press the ) key 5 times. The Er bL 6 menu is displayed.
14
12
3
34
MODE
MENU
1x
C003203-E
3. Press the MODE B key to go to this menu.
14
Accessing the menu Menu Description
12
1x )
Err
Error history
34
2x )
bL
Blockage history
3x )
CLr
Reset error and blockage history
MODE
MENU
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TWH 200E TWH 300E TWH 300EH
4. The Er r menu is displayed with the number of errors that have
occurred.
5. To go back to the previous display, press the key MENU.
14
12
34
MODE
MENU
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9.2.1.
Err error display
1. When the Err menu is dislayed, press the MODE B key.
2. The code EXX for the last error that occurred is displayed as
are its time and date alternately.
3. - Press the MODE (B) key to access details of the error.
- Use the ( and ) keys to browse the error list.
- Use the MENU key to go back to the error list.
9.2.2.
bL blockage display
1. When the bL menu is dislayed, press the MODE B key.
2. The code bXX for the last blockage that occurred is displayed
as are its time and date alternately.
3. - Press the MODE (B) key to display the details of the error.
- Use the ( and ) keys to scroll through the blockage list.
- Use the MENU key to go back to the blockage list.
9.2.3.
Reset error and blockage history
1. When the Er bL menu is dislayed, press the MODE B key.
2. The error and blockage history are reset.
14
12
34
MODE
MENU
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10. Spare parts
10 Spare parts
10.1 General
When it is observed subsequent to inspection or maintenance work
that a component in the appliance needs to be replaced, use only
original spare parts or recommended spare parts and equipment.
To order a spare part, give the reference number shown
on the list.
10.2 Spare parts
10.2.1.
Heat pump
19
20
11
27
26
17
4
3
25
22
24
28
5
21
14
16
13
23
2
15
6
29
18
8
12
1
7
10
4
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10. Spare parts
TWH 200E TWH 300E TWH 300EH
Markers Reference Description
68
1
SFH41000
Base frame
2
7606446
Air sensor
3
SFH22039
Evaporator sensor
4
SFH32178
Electrical harness
5
SFH24053
Coil
6
SFH40173
Sensor bracket
7
SFH31034
Command module
8
SFH20050
Compressor
10
SFH33170
Earthing connector
11
SFH37008
Motorised fan
12
SFH31306
Control system board
13
SFH23108
Expansion valve
14
SFH24052
Solenoid valve
15
SFH22234
LP pressure switch
16
SFH21038
Filter drier
17
SFH40172
Fan bracket
18
SFH41001
Control panel bracket
19
SFH41002
Air duct
20
SFH98172
Foam gasket
21
SFH40171
Compressor bracket
22
SFH25298
Heat exchanger
23
SFH12102
Valve plug
24
SFH22056
Tank sensor 0.5 m + Connector
25
SFH22057
Tank sensor 1.5 m + Connector
26
SFH22058
Tank sensor 2 m + Connector
27
200020513 Screw bag Heat pump
28
7611992
Wired high pressure (HP) pressure switch
29
7610320
Compressor insulation
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10. Spare parts
10.2.2.
DHW tank
22
23
20
15
20
25
17
24
29
28
10a
12
31
21
10b
11
5
12
6
9
4
2
3
1
26
32
7
30
19
31
8
18
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Markers Reference Description
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7614973
Heating element
2
97862390
Housing for heating element
3
7607345
Fastening plate
4
95363327
Thermostat
5
200011080 Connection cable - Black (x3)
6
300019070 Connection bridge
7
89534902
8
300025717 Power supply cable
9
95013133
10a
200021118 Connection G 3/4" ACI complet
As of serial number 193
Earth wire
Lip gasket diameter 82 mm
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10. Spare parts
TWH 200E TWH 300E TWH 300EH
Markers Reference Description
70
10b
200019797 Connection G1" 1/2 ACI complet
From serial number 101 to serial number 192
11
300014305 O-ring 14x4 EPDM
12
200011550 Titanium anode
15
300025716 ACI anode cable
17
95365613
Contact spring for pocket
18
89525501
Complete top mounting
19
89705511
Gasket 7 mm + Retainer ring 5 mm
20
300025193 Nozzle
21
300025194 Grill
22
300025192 Top cover
23
200020278 Back cover + Spacers + Screw
24
200020279 Front cover + Spacers + Screw
25
300025216 Panel strap
26
300025930 Front cover 200E
26
300025931 Front cover 300E / 300EH
28
94994712
Pipe PVC diameter 16x12
29
S101017
Pipe clamp 135
30
97860646
Adjustable foot M10x35 (3x)
31
300025648 Dielectric connection 3/4"
32
200020217 Screws for casing
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Appendix
Information on the ecodesign and energy labelling directives
Contents
Contents
1
Specific information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
1.1 Recommendations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
1.2 Ecodesign Directive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
1.3 Technical data - Heat pump water heaters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
1.4 Circulation pump . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
1.5 Disposal and Recycling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
1.6 Product fiche - Heat pump water heaters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
1.7 Package fiche - Water heaters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
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Specific information
1.1
Recommendations
Note
Only qualified persons are authorised to assemble, install and
maintain the installation.
1.2
Ecodesign Directive
This product conforms to the requirements of European Directive
2009/125/EC on the ecodesign of energy-related products.
1.3
Tab.1
Technical data - Heat pump water heaters
Technical parameters for heat pump water heaters
Daily electricity consumption
Qelec
kWh
Declared load profile
TWH 200 E
TWH 300 E
TWH 300 EH
3.677
5.761
5.850
L
XL
XL
57
57
57
LWA
dB
Storage volume
V
l
217.0
271.0
265.0
Mixed water at 40°C
V40
l
289
384
380
Sound power level, indoors
(1)
(1) If applicable.
1.4
Circulation pump
Note
The benchmark for the most efficient circulators is EEI ≤ 0.20.
1.5
Fig.1
Disposal and Recycling
Recycling
Warning
The thermodynamic water heater must be dismantled and scrap
ped by a qualified professional in accordance with prevailing local
and national regulations.
MW-3000179-03
1.6
Tab.2
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Switch off the thermodynamic water heater.
Cut the mains electricity supply to the thermodynamic water heater.
Close the water mains.
Drain the installation.
Dismantle the thermodynamic water heater.
Scrap or recycle the thermodynamic water heater in accordance with
local and national regulations.
Product fiche - Heat pump water heaters
Product fiche for heat pump water heaters
TWH 200 E
TWH 300 E
TWH 300 EH
Declared load profile
L
XL
XL
Water heating energy efficiency class under average climate
conditions
A
A
A
129.00
135.00
132.00
Water heating energy efficiency under average climate condi
tions
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+
3
1 Specific information
Annual energy consumption
kWh
(1)
TWH 200 E
TWH 300 E
TWH 300 EH
791
1245
1265
Thermostat temperature setting
°C
55.00
55.00
55.00
Sound power level LWA indoors
dB
57
57
57
Ability to off-peak hours functioning
No
No
No
Smart control enabled
No
No
No
129.00
135.00
132.00
791
1245
1265
(2)
(3)
Water heating energy efficiency, under colder - warmer climate
conditions
%
Annual energy consumption, under colder - warmer climate
conditions
kWh(1)
(1) Electricity
(2) If applicable
(3) If smart control settings value is "1", the water heating energy efficiency and annual electricity and fuel consumption only relate to ena
bled smart control settings.
See
For specific precautions about assembling, installing and main
taining: See Safety Instructions
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Fig.2
Package fiche - Water heaters
Package fiche for water heaters indicating the water heating energy efficiency of the package
Water heating energy efficiency of water heater
1
‘I’
%
Declared load profile:
Solar contribution
Auxiliary electricity
2
from fiche of solar device
(1.1 x ‘I’ - 10%) x ‘II’ -
‘III’
- ‘I’ = +
Water heating energy efficiency of package under average climate
%
3
%
Water heating energy efficiency class of package under average climate
G
F
E
D
C
B
A
+
A
++
A
+++
A
M
L
XL
XXL
<28%
Water heating energy efficiency under colder and warmer climate conditions
3
2
- 0.2 x
Colder:
3
Warmer:
=
%
=
%
2
+ 0.4 x
The energy efficiency of the package of products provided for in this fiche may not correspond to its actual energy efficiency once installed
in a building, as this efficiency is influenced by further factors such as heat loss in the distribution system and the dimensioning of the
products in relation to building size and characteristics.
AD-3000762-01
I
II
III
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The value of the water heating energy efficiency expressed in %.
The value of the mathematical expression (220 · Qref )/Qnonsol,
where Qref is taken from Regulation EU 812/2013, Annex VII Table
3 and Qnonsol from the product fiche of the solar device for the de
clared load profile M, L, XL or XXL of the water heater.
The value of the mathematical expression (Qaux · 2,5)/(220 · Qref),
expressed in %, where Qaux is taken from the product fiche of the
solar device and Qref from Regulation EU 812/2013, Annex VII Ta
ble 3 for the declared load profile M, L, XL or XXL.
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