MOS GB 0740-4
FIGHTER 360P
511341
INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTION
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Contents
For Home Owners
General
Concise product description ................................. 2
Setting table ......................................................... 2
System description
Principle of operation . .......................................... 3
System diagram ................................................... 3
Front panel
Layout . ................................................................. 4
Explanation . ......................................................... 4
Room temperature
Automatic heating control system ........................ 6
Basic setting.......................................................... 6
Changing the room temperature .......................... 6
Maintenance routines
Cleaning the air filter ............................................. 8
Cleaning the ventilation devices ........................... 8
Checking the safety valves ................................... 9
Pressure gauge ................................................... 9
Extract air temperature ......................................... 9
For the Installer
General information for the installer
Transport and storage ..........................................
Handling ...............................................................
Lifting straps .........................................................
Maximum boiler and radiator volumes . ................
Installation ............................................................
Inspection of the installation .................................
Electric boiler mode . ............................................
Control
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Pipe connections
General . ............................................................... 12
Docking ................................................................ 12
Tap water connection ........................................... 12
Draining the heating system ................................. 12
Emptying the water heater ................................... 12
Pump and pressure drop diagrams........................ 13
Ventilation connection
Ventilation flow .....................................................
Exhaust air duct . ..................................................
Adjustment ...........................................................
Duct installation ....................................................
Fan diagram .........................................................
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Electrical connections
Connection .......................................................... 15
Output as set at the factory .................................. 15
Resetting the temperature limiter ......................... 15
Max phase current . .............................................. 16
Connecting the outside sensor . .......................... 16
Access to the lower electrical connections ........... 16
Centralised load control and load monitor ........... 17
External contacts . ............................................... 18
Alarm/alarm outputs ............................................ 19
Commissioning and adjusting
Preparations ......................................................... 20
Filling the water heater and the heating system .... 20
Venting the heating system .................................. 20
Starting ................................................................. 20
Setting the ventilation ........................................... 21
Readjustment ....................................................... 21
Setting the fan capacity ....................................... 21
Opening the front panel . ...................................... 22
Setting the heating controls
Setting using diagrams .........................................
Offset heating curve -2 .........................................
Offset heating curve 0 ..........................................
Offset heating curve +2 ........................................
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Changing parameters ........................................... 24
Menu system ........................................................ 25
Main menus .......................................................... 29
1.0 Temp. HW-sensor ........................................... 30
2.0 Flow temperature ........................................... 30
3.0 Flow temperature 2 ........................................ 31
4.0 Outdoor temperature ...................................... 32
5.0 Evaporating temperature ................................. 32
6.0 Room temperature settings ............................ 33
7.0 Clock .............................................................. 34
8.0 Other settings ................................................. 36
9.0 Service menu ................................................. 39
Dealing with malfunctions
Low temperature or a lack of hot water ................
Low or a lack of ventilation ...................................
Low room temperature .........................................
High room temperature ........................................
Switch position “
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Cleaning the fan ...................................................
Alarm indications on the display ...........................
Resetting the temperature limiter .........................
Resetting the high pressure switch ......................
Resetting the miniature circuit breakers ...............
High extract air temperature ................................
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Service
Helping the circulation pump to start .................... 47
Cleaning the circulation pump .............................. 47
Component placement
Component placement ......................................... 48
List of components
List of components ............................................... 49
Circuit diagram
Circuit diagram ..................................................... 50
Sensors
Sensor placement ................................................ 51
Temperature sensor data ..................................... 51
Dimensions
Dimensions and setting-out coordinates .............. 52
Measuring principle .............................................. 52
Technical specifications
Technical specifications ........................................ 53
Enclosed kit .......................................................... 53
Accessories
Accessories .......................................................... 54
FIGHTER 360P
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General
In order to get the ultimate benefit from your heat
pump FIGHTER 360P you should read through this
Installation and Maintenance Instruction.
FIGHTER 360P is an exhaust air heat pump. This
means that it collects the energy in the
ventilation air and uses it for hot water and room
heating.
Microprocessors ensure that the heat pump always
works efficiently.
FIGHTER 360P is a Swedish-made quality product
which will last a long time and run reliably without
unpleasant surprises.
To be filled in when the heat pump has been
installed
The serial number (103), should always be stated with all
correspondence with NIBE.
089_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Installation date
Installer
Pre-pressure in the expansion tank (0.5 bar on delivery)
Chosen output, immersion heater
Circulation pump setting
Selected fan curve, normal speed
Selected fan curve, speed I
Selected fan curve, speed II
Setting Heating curve selection
Setting Offset heating curve
FIGHTER 360P
Elpatron
Kondensor
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System description
Principle of operation
Extract
Avluft air
Exhaust
Frånluftair
Kompressor
Compressor
Förångare
Evaporator
Expansion valve
Expansionsventil
Exhaust
Frånluftsfläkt
air fan
Immersion
Elpatron
heater
Kondensor
Condenser
FIGHTER 360P comprises an electric boiler with a
copper lined water heater and a heat pump which
recovers energy from the ventilation air. The recovered
energy is supplied to the heat pump. The heat pump
must be installed in a ventilation system intended for
mechanical exhaust air.
The output of the immersion heater is max 6,0 kW.
When the exhaust air at room temperature passes
through the evaporator, the refrigerant evaporates
because of its low boiling point. In this way the heat in
the room air is transferred to the refrigerant.
The refrigerant is then compressed in a compressor,
causing the temperature to rise considerably.
The warm refrigerant is fed to the condenser, which is
in the boiler water. Here the refrigerant gives off its
heat to the boiler water, so that its temperature drops
and the refrigerant changes state from gas to liquid.
The refrigerant then goes via filters to the expansion
valve, where the pressure and temperature are further
reduced.
The refrigerant has now completed its circulation and
returns to the evaporator.
System diagram
When the room air has
passed through the heat
pump it is discharged. The
temperature of the air has
been significantly reduced
Avluft
as the heat pump has
extracted the energy in the
room air.
Förångare
The air from the
kitchen fan goes
directly out into a
separate duct.
The warm room air is
drawn into the air duct
system.
Air is transported
from rooms with
outdoor air devices to
rooms with exhaust
Frånluft
Avluft air devices.
Frånluft
Kompressor
Expansionsventil
Frånluftsfläkt
Elpatron
Kondensor
The warm room
air is fed to
FIGHTER 360P
FIGHTER 360P supplies
Till F the
310P/360P
1-fas
house UK
with
both hot
water and room heating.
Outdoor air is drawn
into the house.
FIGHTER 360P
Till F 310P/360P UK 1-fas
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Front panel
Layout
Switch
Pressure gauge
A
Display
C
B
A B I II III
0
bar
I II
I II
54.1 C
Temp
Temp. HW-sensor
VV-givare
2
1
A B
1.0
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4
D
Left
keypad
Heating
curve offset
E
Right F
keypad
Explanation
A
Pressure gauge
AB
I II III
he radiator circuit pressure is displayed here.
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Gauge graduation is 0 - 4 bar. Normal pressure
is 0.5 1.5 bar.
B
Hot water symbol.
Indicates when the Extra hot water function is activated. A is shown when temporary selected temperature increase is activated and B when periodic temperature
increase is activated.
I II
Fan symbol.
Indicates when the fan is operational.
Normal speed is indicated by just the fan
symbol. When one line is visible fan
speed I is activated and when two lines
are visible fan speed II is activated.
Switch
with three positions 1 - 0 - 1Normal mode. All control functions connected.
0 Heat pump off.
Standby. This position is used in the event of
operating disturbances.
AB
I II III
AB
The switch must not be turned to 1 or
“
” before filling the boiler with water.
AB
C
AB
I II III
Display First row:
AB
I II III
AB
AB
I II
I II
I II
Compressor symbol.
Indicates when the compressor is operational.
A B I II III Supplement
A B symbol
I II
I II
AB
B I II III Displayed
A B when
I IIsupplementary
I II energy
A Bis
connected, usually the immersion heater.
The line indicates which power step/steps
are currently connected.
If the lightning symbol flashes, the power
output is limited by the load monitor.
I3 kW supplementary power is connected
(1 or 2 kW for single phase installation)
II4,5 kW supplementary power is connected
(0 kW for single phase installation)
III6 kW supplementary power is connected
(2 or 4 kW for single phase installation)
I II
I II
AB
AB
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I II
AB
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Heating system symbol.
Indicates when the house is being heated, i.e. the circulation pump is operational. When the heat pump is connected to
two heating systems, I is shown for circulation pump 1 and II for circulation pump
2.
AB
0
Defrosting symbol
Indicates when evaporator defrosting is in
progress.
+2
Second row: Value of the current parameter.
Third row:
-2
FIGHTER 360P
0
I II
0
Description of current display parameter. Normally shows the Hot water temperature
+2
54.1°C
tentemp.
AB
I II III
AB
I II
I II
AB
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Front panel
54.1°C
A key lock can be activated in the main
Varmvattentemp.
menus by simultaneously pressing the
Fourth row:
1.0
Fan speed:
This button is used to change the fan
speed. Return to normal speed occurs
automatically (Does not apply however
in the Off position).
Show the current menu number.
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Plus and the Minus buttons. The key
symbol will then be shown on the display.
The same procedure is used to deactivate
the key lock.
Speed II: A choice is made during installation whether
this should be a reducing or forced mode. A return to
normal speed occurs after a specific time. This time is
set under the menu 8.4.2, Return-time speed II. The
time can be set from 1 to 10 hours.
D Left keypad
Off: Means that the fan stops and hence no ventilation
is obtained. Note that the compressor is then blocked
Operating mode
too, which means no recovery is obtained. NOTE! In
This button is used to set the required
the Off position there is no automatic return to normal
operating mode with regard to permitspeed.
and
A B Iting/blocking
II III A B the circulation
I II
Ipump
II
AB
Speed I You can choose whether this should be a
supplementary energy.
reducing or forced mode during installation. A return to
The different operating modes are:
normal speed occurs after a specific time. This time is
adjustable under menu 7.12, Return-time speed I. The
Winter mode:The circulation pump is operational.
time can be set from 1 to 10 hours or 1 to 16 days.
Operation of the immersion heater is permitted when
there is a need.
Normal: Normal fan speed.
Summer mode: The circulation pump and immersion
The current function is shown on the display when the
heater are
when Extra
A blocked.
B I IIHowever,
III A B
I II hot water
I II is A B button is pressed and the mode changes when you
activated the immersion heater is connected. The circontinue to press the button. The display returns to the
A B I II III A B
I II
I II
AB
culation pump is automatically exercised twice a day.
A B I II III A B
I II
I II
A B normal display mode once the enter button is
pressed.
54.1°C
Spring/Autumn mode:The circulation pump is operaAB
I II III heater
A Bis disabled.
I II However,
I II
A Varmvattentemp.
B
tional. The
immersion
1.0
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when Extra hot water is activated the immersion heatE Offset heating curve
er is connected.
This knob is used to change the heating
The current operating mode is shown on the display
curve's parallel offset and in doing so
when the button is pressed and the mode changes
the room temperature. Turning clockwise
when you continue to press the button. The display
increases the room temperature. When
returns to the normal display mode once the enter butthe knob is turned menu 2.0 is shown on
ton is pressed.
the display screen and the value for the
calculated supply temperature changes.
54.1°C
Varmvattentemp.
1.0
13.43
54.1°C
Varmvattentemp.
54.1°C
54.1°C
Varmvattentemp.
1.0
Varmvattentemp.
1.0
1.0
Extra hot water
When the button is pressed the current
Extra hot water position is shown on the
display, further pressing changes the
position in the increments 24, 12, 6 and
3 hours and off. When Extra hot water is activated, the
hot water temperature is increased to a higher level
(set on menu 1.4) than normal. The temperature then
returns to the normal value. The function is active
when an A is displayed above the Extra hot water
icon.
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F
Right keypad
Plus button
This button is used to scroll through the
menu system (forwards) or increase the
value of the selected parameter.
See the section, Control Menu system.
Minus button
This button is used to scroll through the
menu system (backwards) or lower the
value of the selected parameter.
See the section, Control Menu system.
Enter button
This button is used to select a lower
menu in the menu system, to activate a
parameter change as well as confirm a
parameter change.
See the section, Control Menu system.
FIGHTER 360P
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Room temperature
Automatic heating control system
The indoor temperature depends on several factors.
During the hot season, solar radiation and heat given
off by people and equipment are sufficient to keep the
house warm. When it gets colder outside, the heating
system must be started. The colder its gets, the hotter
the radiators must be.
This adjustment is made automatically, however the
basic settings must first be made on the boiler, see the
section Room temperature – Basic setting.
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Room temperature
Basic setting
AB
I II III
AB
I II
I II
AB
The basic heating is set using menu 2.4 and with the
Offset heating curve knob.
If you do not know the correct settings use the basic
data from the map opposite.
54.1°C
Varmvattentemp.
Temp
HW-sensor
1.0
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If the required room temperature is not obtained, readjustment may be necessary.
NOTE! Wait one day between settings so that the temperatures have time to stabilise.
Readjustment of basic settings.
Cold weather conditions
When the room temperature is too low, the heating
curve value is increased in menu 2.1 by one increment.
When the room temperature is too high, the heating
curve value is decreased in menu 2.1 by one increment.
Warm weather conditions
If the room temperature is low, increase the offset
heating curve setting by one step.
If the room temperature is high, reduce the offset
heating curve setting by one step.
Changing the
room temperature
Changing the room temperature manually.
If you want to temporarily or permanently lower or
raise the indoor temperature relative to the previously
set temperature, turn the Offset heating curve knob
anticlockwise or clockwise. One to three lines approximately represents a 1 degree change in room temperature.
NOTE! An increase in the room temperature may be
inhibited by the radiator or floor heating thermostats, if
so these must be turned up.
FIGHTER 360P
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Maintenance routines
The heat pump and its ventilation ducting require some
regular maintenance when the following points should
be checked.
The numbers in brackets refer to the section Component locations.
Cleaning the air filter
he heat pump's air filter needs to be cleaned reguT
larly (approximately 4 – 5 times per year). The interval
between cleaning operations varies and depends on
the amount of dust in the exhaust air.
■ Set the switch to “0”.
■Open the upper front cover by pulling it out by the
lower edge, then lifting it up.
■Pull out the holder (78).
■Take out the filter and shake off any dirt.
Check that the filter is not damaged. New original
filters can be ordered from NIBE.
■Assembly takes place in the reverse order.
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The cleaning time intervals vary depending on the
amount of dust in the exhaust air.
Also see the section, Alarm indications in the display,
FILTER MONITOR.
Cleaning the ventilation devices
he building’s ventilation devices should be cleaned
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regularly with a small brush to keep the correct ventilation.
The device settings must not be changed.
NOTE! If you take down more than one ventilation
device for cleaning, do not mix them up.
Check that the ventilation opening (84), behind the
lower front cover, is not blocked. Clean if necessary.
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Maintenance routines
Checking the safety valves
Pressure gauge
2
52
1
3
bar
0
4
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FIGHTER 360P has two safety valves, one for the
heating system and one for the water heater.
The heating system’s
safety valve (52) must be comLEK
pletely tight, but the hot water safety valve (47) may
occasionally release some water after hot water has
been used. This is because the cold water, which
enters the water heater to replace the hot water,
expands when heated causing the pressure to rise
and the safety valve to open.
Safety valve (52) should be checked once a year, while
safety valve (47) should be checked 4 times a year.
Check one valve at a time as follows:
■Open the valve.
■Check that water flows through the valve.
■Close the valve.
■The heating system may need to be refilled after
checking the safety valve (52), see the section
Commissioning and adjustment – Filling the heating system.
The working range of the heating system is normally
0.5 – 1.5 (bar) Check this on the pressure gauge (42).
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Här är pluggen (61)
Här är pluggen
bortskruvad.
Används(61)
i
bortskruvad.
MAV Extra
shunt. Används i
MAV Extra shunt.
2
1
bar
0
3
4
Extract air temperature
5.0°C
Ve n t e d a i r t e m p .
5.1
Check that the temperature of the extract air (menu
5.1) is clearly lower than the room temperature when
the compressor is operational, also see section Dealing with malfunctions – High extract air temperature. It
is normal that the extract air temperature varies.
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Här är pluggen (61)
bortskruvad. Används i
MAV Extra shunt.
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For the Installer
Transport and storage
FIGHTER 360P should be transported and stored vertically in the dry. The FIGHTER 360P may however be
carefully laid on its back when being moved into a
building.
NOTE!
The transport guard around the compressor
must be removed before starting.
2
1
0
3
4
Handling
The heat pump contains highly inflammable refrigerant. Special care should be
exercised during handling, installation,
service, cleaning and scrapping to avoid
damage to the refrigerant system and in
doing so reduce the risk of leakage.
NOTE!
Work on the refrigerant system must be
done by authorised personnel in
accordance with the relevant legislation
on refrigerants, supplemented by
additional requirements for flammable
gas, for example, product knowledge as
well as service instruction on gas
systems with flammable gases.
Lifting straps
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The lifting straps on top of the heat pump should be
removed before starting as these can otherwise cause
increased sound levels. These are removed by first
cutting with a knife and then pulling them out.
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2
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General information for the installer
Inspection of the installation
Maximum boiler and
radiator volumes
Current regulations require the heating installation to
be inspected before it is commissioned. The inspection must be carried out by a suitably qualified person.
The above applies to installations with a closed expansion vessel. A new inspection must be made when
changing the heat pump or the expansion vessel.
H
Electric boiler mode
The unit can be used exclusively as an electric boiler,
to produce heat and hot water, for example before the
collector installation is complete.
The volume of the expansion vessel (85) is 12 litres
and it is pressurised as standard to 0.5 bar (5 mvp).
As a result, the maximum permitted height H between
the vessel and the highest radiator is 5 metres; see
figure. If the standard initial pressure in the pressure
vessel is not high enough it can be increased by adding air via the valve in the expansion vessel. The initial
pressure of the expansion vessel must be stated in the
inspection document. Any change in the initial pressure affects the ability of the expansion vessel to handle the expansion of the water. The maximum system
volume excluding the boiler is 285 litres at the above
initial pressure.
Installation
The heat pump should preferably be erected with its
back about 10 mm from an outside wall in a utility room
or similar, to minimise noise nuisance. If this is not
possible, a wall that backs on to a bedroom or some
other room where noise would be a problem should be
avoided. Irrespective of the placement the wall should
be sound insulated. NOTE! The distance between the
heat pump and the wall should be at least 10 mm.
Route pipes so they are not fixed to an internal wall
that backs on to a bedroom or living room.
Three different operating modes are possible.
Option 1. Electric boiler mode with ventilation
Select menu 8.31 Electric boiler.
Activate Yes.
Option 2. Electric boiler mode without ventilation
Select menu 8.31 Electric boiler.
Activate Yes.
Select fan Off using the Fan speed push button.
Option 3. Standby mode “
”
This mode is used when an outdoor sensor is not connected. The heat pump's compressor and electronic
control are disabled in the “
” position.
he fan is operational (speed I) and the immersion
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heater is controlled by a separate thermostat.
The numerical display is off. The automatic heating
control system is not operational, so manual shunt
operation is required. This is done by turning the
adjuster screw to manual mode and then turning the
shunt lever to the required position.
FIGHTER 360P
NOTE!
When returning to normal mode, do
not forget to reset the shunt lever to
the original position by turning the
adjuster screw to A.
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Pipe connections
General
Docking
Pipe installation must be carried out in accordance
with current norms and directives.
The system requires a low-temperature design of the
radiator circuit. At DUT, the highest recommended
temperatures are 55 °C on the supply line and 45 °C
on the return line.
When the circulation pump is running, the flow in the
radiator circuit must not be completely stopped. In other words, in a system where the radiator flow might
stop because all thermostat valves are closed, there
must be a bypass valve to protect the circulation
pump.
The total volume is 240 litres, with 170 litres in the
water heater and 70 litres in the double-jacket space.
The pressure vessel in the FIGHTER 360P is approved
for max 9.0 bar (0.9 MPa) in the water heater and
2.5 bar (0.25 MPa) in the double jacket space.
Overflow water from the evaporator collection tray and
safety valves goes via non-pressurised collecting
pipes to a drain so that hot water splashes cannot
cause injury.
Other heat sources can be docked to the FIGHTER
360P Accessories are needed. Contact NIBE AB for
information.
Tap water connection
Hot and cold water are connected to pos (74) (hot
water) and (73) (cold water).
The heat pump should be supplemented with an electric water heater if a bubble pool or other significant
consumer of hot water is installed.
Heat pump
FIGHTER 360P
Water heater
COMPACT
VV-BEREDARE
existing
valve
MEDcoupling
"DELAT"
VENTILKOPPEL
parted
NOTE!
incoming cold
water
INK KV-ANSL
connection
The pipe work must be flushed
before the heat pump is connected,
so that any contaminants do not
damage the component parts.
HW
VV
PROPPNING
plugged
KV
CW
CV
KV
HW
VV
check
valve
BACKVENTIL
Emptying the water heater
Draining the heating system
To empty the water heater proceed as follows:
■Disconnect the overflow pipe from the drain connection (79) and connect a hose to a draining
pump instead. Where no draining pump is available, the water can be released into the overflow
funnel (99).
■ Open the safety valve (47).
■Open a hot water tap to let air into the system. If
this is not enough, undo a pipe coupling (74) on
the hot water side and pull out the pipe.
The hot water can be drained off through drain valve (51) using an R15 (1/2") hose coupling. Remove the
cover (80) from the valve. Now screw on the hose
coupling and open valve (51).
Open safety valve (52) to let air into the system.
VV-BEREDARE
MED "DELAT"
VENTILKOPPEL
INK KV-ANSL
VV
KV
KV
BACKVENTIL
FIGHTER 360P
PROPPNING
VV
enge:1700 l/h
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Pipe connections
Pump and pressure drop diagrams
MaxMax
flow:
1700 l/h
flöde: 1700 l/h
kPa
kPa
70
Tillgängligt
tryck, kPakPa
Available
pressure,
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
Flow
Flöde
0
200
0
400
600
0,1
800
1000
0,2
1200
0,3
1400
0,4
1600
1800
2000
0,5
l/h
l/h
l/s
l/s
Tillgänglig pumpkapacitet
(pannans interntryckfall fråndraget)
Internt tryckfall i panna
(inklusive armatur)
P
m
Pumpkapacitet
P
Höchstmenge:1700 l/h
mWs
60
50
Max flow: 1700 l/h
6
6
3
5
40
4
30
3
2
50
5
40
4
30
3
20
2
10
1
0
0
3
2
1
0
0
20
1
0
0
1000 1500 2000
0,1 0,2 0,3 0,4 0,5
Available pump capacity
(less the internal pressure drop o
1
2
10
500
Internal pressure drop in boiler
(including fittings)
0
0
500
FIGHTER 360P
1000 1500
2000
0,1 0,2 0,3 0,4 0,5
l/s
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Ventilation connection
Ventilation flow
Duct installation
FIGHTER 360P is connected so that all ventilation air
except the kitchen fan passes the evaporator (62) in
the heat pump. The lowest ventilation flow according
to current standards is 0.35 l/s per m2 floor area. For
optimum heat pump performance the ventilation flow
should not be less than 110 m3/h. (31 l/s).
The heat pump's installation area should be ventilated
by at least 36 m3/h (10 l/s).
FIGHTER 360P is equipped with a ventilation
opening in the base. As a result, an air flow of about 5
m3/h (1,4 l/s) is taken directly from the room where the
heat pump is installed.
Changing the ventilation capacity is described under
Electrical connection - Setting the fan capacity. See
also Circuit diagram. The numbering of the curves
refers to the numbering on the fan terminal block (22).
To prevent fan noise being transferred to the exhaust
air devices, it may be a good idea to install a silencer
in the duct. This is especially important if there are
exhaust air devices in bedrooms.
As the heat pump contains a flammable refrigerant in
the form of propane (R290), the air ducting system
must be earthed. This is done by making a sound electrical connection to the exhaust air and vented air
ducts with the two earthing cables supplied. The cables
must then be connected to the earthing studs on top
of the top cover.
Connections should be made via flexible hoses, which
must be installed so that they are easy to replace. The
extract air duct must be provided with diffusion-tight
insulation over its entire length. Provision must be
made for inspection of the duct. Make sure that there
are no reductions of cross-sectional area in the form
of creases, tight bends etc, since this will reduce the
ventilation capacity. All joins in the ducting must be
sealed and pop-riveted to prevent leakage.
The air duct system should, at a minimum, be of air
tightness class B.
Exhaust air duct
The kitchen flue must not be connected to FIGHTER
360P.
Adjustment
To obtain the necessary air exchange in every room of
the house, the exhaust air devices must be correctly
positioned and adjusted. A defective ventilation installation may lead to reduced heat pump efficiency and
thus poorer operating economy, and may result in
damage to the house.
NOTE!
A duct in a masonry chimney stack
must not be used for extract air.
Fan diagram
The diagram below shows the available ventilation
Fläktdiagram
capacity.
F360P
mmhpPa
Pa
mmvp
Available
static
pressure
tryck
statiskt
Tillgängligt
40 400
350
30 300
250
20 200
150
10 100
50
1
2
3
5
4
0
Luftflöde
Air flow
0
0
100
25
50
300
200
FIGHTER 360P
75
6
7
8 9 10
m33/h
/h
400 m
l/s
100
l/s
For the Installer
15
Electrical connection
Connection
Max phase current
FIGHTER 360P must be installed via an isolator
switch. Other electrical equipment, except the outdoor
34 sensor and the current sensors, are connected at the
factory.
Disconnect the heat pump before insulation testing
the house wiring.
34
34
NO NC O/C
8
Immersion heater, Knob position
Max load phase (A)
output (kW)
3,0 A
9,3
6,0 B
13,7
7,5
C
15,8
9,0
10,5
D
E
13,5
F
011007
18,0
20,2
24,5
The setting of the different max outputs is done using
the knob12
(101)
on the load monitor card (2).
– 230V
34
16
14
NOTE!
2
NO NC O/C
101
The switch (8) must not be moved
12 – 230V
from 1 or “
” until the boiler has
14
been 16
filled16with water. Otherwise the
Hjälpkontaktor
14
NO NC O/C NO NC O/C
temperature limiter, thermostat,
(ingår ej vid leverans)
and the immersion heater
Single phase connection
Tillsatscompressor
Stillestånd
can be damaged.
FIGHTER 360P can be connected to a single phase
power suppply.
16
The supply to the heat pump is connected to termiHjälpkontaktor
NC
NO
O/C
NO NCnal (9)
O/C
The connection is made according to the illustrations
via a strain relief. Connection must not be car(ingår
ej vid leverans)
below depending on the desired maximum output.
ried out without the permission of the electricity
supTillsats
Stillestånd
plier and
under the supervision of a qualified electrician. The cable entry conduit is dimensioned for cable
with a max Ø 19 mm.
Incoming supply 1 x 230V
N L1 L2 L3
9
N L1 L2 L3
N L1 L2 The
L3 power is controlled via
9 a contactor
which is operMax output immersion heater 3 kW.
ated by a microprocessor.
14
9
The temperature limiter (6) cuts off the supply to the
Inkommande
matning
x 230
V
mmande matning
3 x 400 Vheater if the
immersion
temperature
rises3 to
between
9
N
90 and 100 °C; it can be manually reset by pressing
the button on the temperature limiter.
N L1 L2 L3
L2 L3
9
L1
Re1
mmande matning 3 x 400 V
N
9
X29 X29
5
4
1
2 Re1 3
4
N
9
2
3
4
Re1
Reset the temperature
limiter,
N
29
it may have tripped
during transport.
X29
X29 X29
6
5
4
The automatic heating
circulation
5 6
1 control
2 Re1 3 4 system,
11
5 6
pump (16) and its cabling, are internally fuse protected
with a miniature circuit breaker (7).
N
29
X29
6
Output as set at the factory
X29 X29
5
4
1
NOTE!
Inkommande matning 3 x 230 V
X29 X29
5
4
Incoming supply 1 x 230V
Max output immersion heater 6 kW.
Supplied strap is connected
Inkommande
matning 1 between
x 230 V L1 and L2.
new conductor
Existing zero conductor is replaced
with the supplied zero conductor.
9
N
L1 L2 L3
Max phase current, single phase
The knob (101) should always be set to position D
when using a single phase power supply.
Immersion heater, output (kW)
Max total load phase (A)
3,0 18,0
6,0 31,3
LEK
5 6 maximum out1 2 have
3 4a total
11heaters
two immersion
put of 13.5 kW. The power rating as set at the factory
is 7.5 kW, which corresponds to position C on the knob
(101) on the load monitor card (2).
5The
6
Inkommande matning 1 x 230 V
strap
FIGHTER 360P
For the Installer
16
Electrical connection
Connecting the outside sensor
Resetting the
temperature limiter
The temperature limiter (6) is accessible from behind
the centre front cover and is positioned under the inner
protective cover.
The temperature limiter is reset by firmly pressing in
its button. The button can be accessed from the underside of the distribution box. The cover on the distribution box does not need to be removed when resetting.
Install the outside sensor in the shade on a wall facing
north or north-west, so it is unaffected by the morning
sun. The sensor is connected with two-wire cable to
terminal block (14) positions 1 and 2, on the load monitor card (2).
If a conduit is used it must be sealed to prevent condensation in the sensor capsule. The minimum cable
cross section should be 0.4 mm2 up to lengths of 50
metres, for example, EKKX or LiYY.
15
6
14
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
2
NOTE!
1
0
bar
3
4
Electrical installation and service must
be carried out under the supervision of
a qualified electrician in accordance
with the stipulations in force.
Access to the lower electrical connections
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Open the centre front cover by removing the four
14
screws. The load monitor card (2), microprocessor
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
card (34), etc are now accessible on the left-hand side.
Remove the protection plate by loosening the four
screws to gain access to the right-hand side.
NOTE!
Electrical installation and service
must be carried out under the
supervision of a qualified electrician
in accordance with the stipulations in
14
force.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
FIGHTER 360P
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For the Installer
14
1 2 3
Electrical connection
4
5
8
7
6
17
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
Centralised load control and load monitor
Centralised load control/Tariff
In those cases centralised load control or tariff control
is used this can be connected to the terminal block (14)
on the load monitor card (2), which is positioned behind
the centre front cover.
Tariff "A"
When parts of the electrical output (how much is determined by the max output) are to be disconnected, a
potential free contact function is connected between 5
and 7 on terminal block (14).
Tariff "B"
When the complete electrical output is to be disconnected, a potential free contact function is connected
between 6 and 7 on terminal block (14).
15
14
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
14
14
100
Load monitor
FIGHTER 360P is equipped with an internal load monitor.
When the load monitor senses an overcurrent on one
of the phases, the immersion heater will step down the
output until it can be connected again.
The control system must be set for the installation’s
main fuse so that the load monitor can work correctly.
This is done using the knob (100), marked fuse on the
load monitor card (2), which is positioned behind the
centre front cover.
The supplied current sensor is connected to the terminal block’s (14) terminals marked 8 to 11. Terminal 11
is the common conductor for the three current sensors.
See figure.
Cable type: unscreened LiYY, screened LiYCY. Cable
cross section, at least 2 x 0.25 for cable lengths up to
50 m.
14
1
2
PEN
L1 L2 L3
Electrical
distribution unit
5
8
7
6
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
14
1
2
4
3
5
8
7
6
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
14
1
Incoming electricity
4
3
2
4
3
5
8
7
6
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
14
1
2
4
3
5
8
7
6
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
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14
1
2
4
3
(1)
5
6
(3)
8
7
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
14
1
FIGHTER 360P
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
Åter- g
lednin
radiato
rer
15
14
1
For the Installer
14
18
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
Electrical connection
2
4
3
5
8
7
6
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
External contacts
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Contact for changing the room temperature
An external contact function can be connected to
15 FIGHTER 360P to change the supply temperature and
in doing so change the room temperature, for example,
a room thermostat or a timer. The contact should be
potential free and is connected between terminals 3 and
4 on terminal block (14) on the load monitor card (2).
14
When the contact is made the supply temperature is
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
higher
or lower than the selected curve slope. The val14ue for the change is set on menu 2.5, External adjust11 12 13 14
1 The
2 3 value
4 5 is6 adjustable
7 8 9 10 between
15 16 +5.
17 One
ment.
-5 and
step corresponds to one step of the heating curve offset.
92
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87
33
X6.1
(3)
(1)
41
X4.1
4
14
1
2
3
4
5
6
4
3
5
8
7
6
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
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An external contact function can be connected to FIGHTER 360P for activation of the Temporary Extra hot water
function. The contact should be potential free and nonlocking and is connected via the edge board connector
between positions 1 and 2 down on the lower part of the
left connection row on the load monitor card (2).
When the contact makes for at least one second the Tem14 porary Extra hot water function is activated. An automatic
10 11 12 occurs
1 2 to 3the4 previously
5 6 7 8set9 function
13 14 after
15 16 24
17 hours.
return
14This connection requires the accessory XTS 20.
2
8
92
Contact for activation of Extra hot water
1
7
87
33
X6.1
4
41
X4.1
M
Max 2
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
U
Högpri
Contact for activation of Fan speed II
An external contact function can be connected to
FIGHTER 360P for activation of fan speed II. The contact should be potential free and non-locking and is
connected via the edge board connector between positions 3 and 4 down on the lower part of the left connection row on the load monitor card (2). When the contact
makes for at least one second Fan speed II is activated.
14 The return to normal speed occurs according to the
9 10 11 12 13speed
1 set
2 3in 4menu
7 8 Return-time
5 6 7.11,
14 15 II.
16 This
17 contime
14
nection
requires
the
accessory
XTS
20.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
X6.1
4
X4.1
Ma
Max 2A
Ut
Högprio
X6.1
4
14
1
2
(1)
4
3
(3)
5
6
8
7
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
14
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
FIGHTER 360P
X4.1
X1
1
13 14 15 16 17
3 14 15 16 17
3 14 15 16 17
5
10
15
X2
X3
For the Installer
Electrical connection
19
X5.1
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Alarm/alarm outputs
5
92
2
86
87
Low priority alarms
X6.1priority alarm:
The following give a low
Filter monitor, the air filter
X4.1 needs to be cleaned three
4
times a year. This is indicated as a low priority alarm
and the operation of FIGHTER 360P is not generally
disturbed by this.
Sensor alarm, fault on the low priority sensor gives a
low priority alarm and the operating mode is switched
to winter and any automatic operations are disabled.
Low priority sensors are as follows:
Outdoor sensor-Evaporation sensor-Return sensorExtract air sensor-Exhaust air sensor.
High priority alarms
The following give a high priority alarm:
High pressure switch (HP) has tripped. Indicated as
HP-alarm. The compressor is blocked and FIGHTER 360P switches to electric boiler mode.
LP pressure switch (LP) has tripped. Indicated as LPalarm. The compressor is blocked and FIGHTER 360P
switches to electric boiler mode.
Temperature limiter (TB) has tripped. Indicated as a
TL-alarm. The compressor and the immersion heater
are blocked, any set automatic operations are disabled
as the operating mode switches to spring/autumn.
A supply sensor fault X6.1
is indicated as a Sensor alarm.
FIGHTER 360P is force-run
solely for hot water chargX4.1
4
ing.
10
33
A 41compressor sensor fault is indicated as a Sensor
alarm. The compressor
is blocked and FIGHTER 360P
15
switches to electric boiler mode.
An immersion heater sensor fault is indicated as a
Sensor alarm. Immersion
heater operation is blocked,
20
X6.1
any set automatic
operations are disabled as the operating mode switches
X4.1 to spring/autumn.
4
A hot water sensor fault is indicated as a Sensor alarm.
FIGHTER 360P is force-run solely for hot water charging and automatic mode is engaged
External indication of alarms is possible through the
relay function on the load monitor card (2).
83 93 89
Supply
Matning
max
2A/250
Max
2A/250VAC
VAC
1
2
3
1
2
3
Utgång
Output
Högprioriterat
larm
High
priority alarm
Supply
Matning
max
2A/250VAC
VAC
Max 2A/250
Utgång
Output
Lågprioriterat
Low priority larm
alarm
In the event of an alarm and without power supply,
the contact between 1 and 2 is made.
13 14 15 16 17
X6.1
4
13 14 15 16 17
FIGHTER 360P
X4.1
63
27
For the
41Installer
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Commissioning and adjusting
36
33
Preparations
68
Venting the heating
system
Check that the switch (8) is set to 0.
62
Check that valves (44) and (50) are fully open and that
the temperature limiter (6) has not tripped (press the
8
button firmly).
Fill the
42condensation water hose (97) with a little water
to prevent it making a noise. This is done by loosening
the hose which is located on the waste water pipe (98)
and pouring water in the end of the hose so a water
seal arises. Refit the hose.
NOTE! The pipe from the container must be drained of
water before the air can be removed.
32 This means that
the system is not necessarily vented, despite water
emerging from the safety valve (52)
25 when it is opened
for the first time.
■Vent FIGHTER 360P through 18
the safety valve (52)
and the rest of the heating system through the rel38
evant venting valves.
■Keep topping up and venting until all air has been
30
removed and the pressure is correct.
65
2
1
0
bar
3
4
20
7
Filling the water heater
and the heating system
Starting
11
■ T
he water heater is filled by first opening a hot water
tap and then opening the filling valve (46) fully. This
valve should then remain fully open. When water
comes out of the hot water tap, it can be closed.
■Open the filling valve (49). The boiler part of the
heat pump and the radiator system are now filled
with water.
■After a while the pressure gauge (42) will show rising pressure. When the pressure reaches 2.5 (bar)
(approx. 25 mvp) a mixture of air and water starts
to emerge from the safety valve (52). The filling
valve then closed (49).
96
■Turn the safety valve (52) until the boiler pressure
reaches
83 the normal working range (0.5 - 1.5 bar).
Set the switch (8) to 1. When the exhaust air tempera12 does not start.
ture drops below 16 °C the compressor
The immersion heater is then used for heating. Displayed as “Low exhaust air” in menu 1.0. When the
exhaust air temperature exceeds 16 °C the compres9
sor is permitted to start automatically.
Note! A large area is required to be heated during
under-floor heating and therefore69
it takes a long time
before the desired room temperature is reached. In
67 is above +5 °C
addition, if the outdoor temperature
(Trend calculation parameter, menu 9.1.7), the heat
pump's immersion heater will be 10
blocked to save energy. However, this can be temporarily by-passed by
88
activating extra hot water.
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1
97
NOTE!
24
14
Heating curve in menu942.1 and Max
supply temp. in menu 2.5 are adjusted
according to the heating system in
question.
100
101
6
46
44
52
98
97
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49 50
FIGHTER 360P
For the Installer
21
Commissioning and adjusting
Setting the ventilation
Readjustment
The ventilation flow and correct outlet on the fan terminal block (22) are set out on the ventilation drawing.
■ Change the fan capacity by moving the grey cable
on the fan terminal block (22) if necessary. Use the
lowest possible output to obtain the lowest noise
levels.
■Make sure that all outdoor air devices are fully open.
■ Set correct ventilation flows on the exhaust air
devices.
Now move the white and brown cables to obtain the
required exhaust air flow for fan speeds I and II. The
white cable corresponds to position I and the brown
position II. Note however that the exhaust air flow must
never fall below 110 m3/h (31 l/s).
Air is initially released from the hot water and venting
may be necessary. If bubbling sounds can be heard
from the heat pump, the entire system requires further
venting. NOTE! Safety valve (52) also acts as a manual venting valve. Operate it with care, since it opens
quickly. When the system is stable (correct pressure
and all air eliminated) the automatic heating control
system can be set as required. See the section Room
temperature - Setting the Automatic heating control
system and Front panel.
Setting the fan capacity
22
2
Vit
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
brown
1
Grå Brun
grey
Outlet Voltage (V)
1
100
2
110
3
125
4
140
5
155
6
170
7
185
8
200
9
215
10
230
white
The ventilation capacity is selected by moving the
brown, grey and white cables to an appropriate outlet
on the terminal block (22). See the section, Ventilation
connection - Fan diagram to choose appropriate connections.
The grey cable corresponds to the fan speed in normal mode. The white cable corresponds to speed I.
The brown cable corresponds to speed II.
Example:
Normal: Lowest possible fan speed is chosen to
obtain the planned ventilation flow (grey
cable).
Speed II: Highest possible fan speed is chosen, (forced)however consider ventilation noise (brown
cable).
Speed I Lowest possible fan speed is chosen (reducing)where the min flow is maintained (white
cable).
In those cases the cable for normal mode is connected
to terminal 10 on terminal block (22) a forced fan
speed cannot be obtained. Two different reducing
modes should then be chosen.
FIGHTER 360P
For the Installer
Commissioning and adjusting
Opening the front panel
To lower the front panel, unscrew the two screws at
the top of the panel. The panel can then be lowered to
the horizontal position (where it rests on stops on
either side of the front panel).
29
13
22
28
57
54
LEK
22
FIGHTER 360P
For the Installer
23
Setting the heating controls
Setting using diagrams
Offset heating curve -2
The diagram is based on the dimensioned outdoor
temperature in the area and the dimensioned supply
temperature of the heating system. When these two
values meet, the heating control’s curve slope can be
read. This is set under menu 2.1, Heating curve.
A suitable value is set using the knob on the front
panel, Offset heating curve (38). A suitable value for
floor heating is -1 and for radiator systems -2.
HEATING CURVE
VÄRMEKURVA
FRAMLEDNINGSTEMPERATUR
FRAMLEDNINGSTEMPERATUR
FRAMLEDNINGSTEMPERATUR
FRAMLEDNINGSTEMPERATUR
FRAMLEDNINGSTEMPERATUR FRAMLEDNINGSTEMPERATUR
FRAMLEDNINGSTEMPERATUR FRAMLEDNINGSTEMPERATUR
FRAMLEDNINGSTEMPERATUR
SUPPLY TEMPERATURE
SUPPLY TEMPERATURE
SUPPLY TEMPERATURE
FIGHTER 360P is equipped with outdoor temperature
controlled automatic controls. This means the supply
temperature is regulated in relation to the current outdoor temperature.
+5
°C
70
15 14 13 12
8
VÄRMEKURVA
°C
70
50
15 14 13 12
60
40
°C
70
50
30
60
40
10
-5
+5
+5
60
°C
70
50
0
- 10
- 20
-5
VÄRMEKURVA (-2)
15 14 13 12
15 14 13 12
10
-5
0
- 10
- 20
10
60
-5
0
- 10
11
- 20
5
8
VÄRMEKURVA
4
7
3
11 10
9
6
2
5
8
1
4
7
3 °C
- 30
- 406
3
- 30
- 40 °C
VÄRMEKURVA
2
UTETEMPERATUR
8
10
0
- 10
- 20
- 30
- 407 °C
VÄRMEKURVA
UTETEMPERATUR
6
-5
FÖRSKJUTNING
Offset
heating
curve +2
VÄRMEKURVA
(0)
15 14 13 12 11
15 14 13 12 11
60
40
10
-5
+5
0
- 10
- 20
FÖRSKJUTNING
VÄRMEKURVA (+2)
10
9
5
8
4
HEATING CURVE
7
VÄRMEKURVA
3
6
10
9
2
5
8
1
4
7
3
6
- 40 °C
2
5
UTETEMPERATUR
1
4
- 30
3
40
10
30
96
10
OFFSET
HEATING
FÖRSKJUTNING
OUTSIDE TEMPERATURE
VÄRMEKURVA 15
(0)14 13 12 11 10
CURVE
1
9
60
40
°C
70
50
30
50
30
1
4
- 403 °C
- 30
VÄRMEKURVA
2
UTETEMPERATUR
5
1
4
FÖRSKJUTNING
VÄRMEKURVA (0)
40
°C
70
50
7
Offset heating curve 0
60
40
50
30
10
UTETEMPERATUR
FÖRSKJUTNING
2
VÄRMEKURVA (-2) 15 14 13 12 11 10
9
1
8
- 10
- 40 °C
- 20
-HEATING
30
10
0
CURVE
VÄRMEKURVA
7
UTETEMPERATUR
FÖRSKJUTNING
60
40
°C
70
50
30
30
°C
+ 5 70
-5
+5
0
- 10
- 20
FÖRSKJUTNING
VÄRMEKURVA (+2)
10
-5
FIGHTER 360P
- 10
OFFSET
HEATING
FÖRSKJUTNING
VÄRMEKURVA (-2)
CURVE
10
-5
+5
+5
0
11
6
9
5
8
VÄRMEKURVA
4
7
15 14 13 12 11
10 3
6
9
2
5
8
1
4
7
- 40 °C
- 20
- 30
3
6
UTETEMPERATUR
OUTSIDE
TEMPERATURE
2
5
40
30
°C
+ 5 70
10
9
60
50
30
11
0
- 10
FÖRSKJUTNING
OFFSET
HEATING
VÄRMEKURVA (+2)
CURVE
- 30
- 402 °C
UTETEMPERATUR
1
- 20
- 30
- 40 °C
UTETEMPERATUR
OUTSIDE
TEMPERATURE
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24
Control
Changing parameters
The display screen shows information about the status
of the heat pump.
The Plus and Minus buttons and the Enter button are
used to scroll through the menu system as well as to
change the set value in some menus.
The Plus button is used to move forward to the next
menu on the current menu level and to increase the
value of the parameter in menus where this is possible.
The Minus button is used to move back to the previous
menu on the current menu level and to decrease the
value of the parameter in menus where this is possible.
The Enter button is used to select submenus of the
current menu, to permit parameters to be changed
and confirm any changes to parameters. When the
menu number ends with a zero this indicates there is a
submenu.
Changing a parameter (value):
■ Access the required menu.
■ Press the Enter button, the numerical value starts to
flash.
■ Increase or decrease the value with the Plus/Minus
buttons.
■ Confirm by pressing the Enter button.
■M
enu 1.0 is automatically displayed again 30 seconds after pressing the last button.
8.0
Other settings
↵
8.1.0
Display settings
↵
8.1.1
Menu type
↵
8.1.2
Language
8.1.3
Display contrast
8.1.4
Backlight display
8.1.5
Return to 8.1.0
8.2.0
Operating mode sett. ↵
↵
8.2.1
Auto Operating mode
8.2.2
Stop circ.pump
8.2.3
Stop el. heater
8.2.4
Return to 8.2.0
8.3.0
Load monitor
↵
↵
8.3.1
Fuse size
8.3.2
Max. el. power
8.3.3 – 8.3.5
Current phase 1 – 3
Example
Changing the Menu type/Service mode menu 8.1.1.
■ The starting point is menu 1.0
■ Press the plus button to move to menu 8.0
■ Press the enter button to move to menu 8.1.0
■ Press the enter button to move to menu 8.1.1
■ Press the enter button to allow the value to be
changed.
■ Change the value using the plus or the minus button.
■ Confirm the chosen value by pressing the enter button.
■ Press the minus button to move to menu 8.1.5
■ Press the enter button to move to menu 8.1.0
■ Press the minus button to move to menu 8.4
■ Press the enter button to move to menu 8.0
■ Press the plus button to move to menu 1.0
8.3.6
Ratio of transf. EBV
8.3.7
Tariff status
8.3.8
Return to 8.3.0
8.4.0
Fan settings
↵
↵
8.4.1
Return-time speed II
8.4.2
Return-time speed I
8.4.3
Return to 8.4.0
8.5.0
Night coolness
8.6
Return to 8.0
↵
↵
8.5.1
Night coolness
8.5.2
Start temp. coolness
8.5.3
Min. diff. coolness
8.5.4
Return to 8.5.0
FIGHTER 360P
↵
↵
For the Installer
Control
A B I II III
A B
I II
25
I II
54.1 C
Temp
Temp.HW-sensor
VV-givare
1.0
1.0
Temp. HW-sensor
↵
2.0
Flow temperature
13.43
↵
3.0
Flow temperature 2* ↵
4.0
Outdoor temp.
↵
1.1
Temp. compr.sensor
2.1
Heating curve
3.1
Heating curve 2
4.1
Medium outdoor temp.
1.2
Temp. el. heat.sens.
2.2
Offset heating curve
3.2
Offset heat. curve 2
4.2
Return to 4.0
1.3
Interval per. XHW
2.3
Min. flow temp.
3.3
Min. flow temp. 2
1.4
Stop temperature XHW
2.4
Max. flow temp.
3.4
Max. flow temp. 2
1.5
Return to 1.0
2.5
External adjustment
3.5
External adjustment2
2.6
Return temperature
3.6
Return temperature 2
↵
2.7
Return to 2.0
↵
3.7
Return to 3.0
Art.nr. 511071
* Only shown when Shunt group 2 is On in menu 9.1.2.
FIGHTER 360P
↵
↵
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Control
A B I II III
A B
I II
I II
54.1 C
Temp.HW-sensor
VV-givare
Temp
1.0
13.43
5.0
Evaporating temp. ↵
6.0
Room temp. settings* ↵
7.0
Clock
5.1
Vented air temp.
6.1
Room balancing
7.1
Date
5.2
Exhaust air temp.
6.2
Room balancing system
7.2
Time
5.3
Stoptime defrosting
6.3
Set room temperature
7.3.0
Temp set back time 1 ↵
5.4
Compressor starts
6.4
Return to 6.0
↵
7.3.1
Temp set back time 1
7.3.2
Offset heating curve
↵
5.5
Operat. time compr.
7.3.3 – 7.3.9
Set time Mon – Sun
5.6
Alarm temp. exhaust
7.3.10
Return to 7.3.0
5.7
Return to 5.0
↵
7.4.0
Temp set back time 2 ↵
↵
7.4.1
Temp set back time 2
7.4.2
Offset heating curve
Art.nr. 511071
7.4.3 – 7.4.9
Set time Mon – Sun
7.4.10
Return to 7.3.0
7.5.0
Timer Extra Hotwater ↵
↵
7.5.1
Timer Extra Hotwater
7.5.2 – 7.5.8
Extra Hw Mon – Sun
7.5.9
Return to 7.5.0
7.6.0
Timer fan
↵
* Accessory room sensor needed.
FIGHTER 360P
7.6.1
Timer fan
7.6.2 – 7.6.15
Fan time Mon – Sun
Fan speed Mon – Sun
7.7
Start time per. XHW
7.8
Return to 7.0
↵
↵
7.6.16
Return to 7.6.0
↵
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Control
A B I II III
A B
I II
27
I II
54.1 C
Temp.HW-sensor
VV-givare
Temp
1.0
8.0
Other settings
↵
8.1.0
Display settings
↵
8.2.0
Operating mode sett. ↵
8.1.1
Menu type
8.2.1
Auto Operating mode
8.2.2
Stop circ.pump
8.2.4
Return to 8.2.0
8.4.0
Fan settings
↵
8.1.3
Display contrast
8.1.5
Return to 8.1.0
↵
8.3.1
Fuse size
↵
↵
8.1.2
Language
8.1.4
Backlight display
8.2.3
Stop el. heater
8.3.0
Load monitor
13.43
8.3.2
Max. el. power
8.4.1
Return-time speed II
8.3.3 – 8.3.5
Current phase 1 – 3
8.4.2
Return-time speed I
8.4.3
Return to 8.4.0
Art.nr. 511071
↵
8.3.6
Ratio of transf. EBV
8.3.7
Tariff status
8.5.0
Night coolness
8.6
Return to 8.0
↵
↵
8.5.1
Night coolness
8.3.8
Return to 8.3.0
8.5.2
Start temp. coolness
8.5.3
Min. diff. coolness
8.5.4
Return to 8.5.0
↵
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A B I II III
A B
I II
I II
54.1 C
Temp
Temp.HW-sensor
VV-givare
1.0
9.0
Servicemenues
↵
9.1.0
Operating settings
↵
9.2.0
Floor drying setting
9.3.0
Alarm log
13.43
9.1.1
Electric boiler
9.2.1
Op-mode floor drying
↵
↵
9.3.1.0 - 9.3.6.0
Alarm 1 - 6
↵
9.2.2
Floor drying day
9.3.x.1
Type of alarm
9.2.3
No. of days per. 1
9.3.x.2
Date
9.2.4
Temperature per. 1
9.3.x.3
Time
9.3.x.4
Outdoor temperature
9.3.7
Clear the alarm log
9.3.8
Return to 9.3.0 ↵
9.3.x.5
Flow temperature
9.3.x.6
Return temperature
Art.nr. 511071
9.3.x.7
Temp. HW-sensor
9.4.0
Testing mode
↵
9.5
Return to 9.0
↵
9.4.1
Force control
9.4.2
Relay 1 - 8
9.4.3
Relay 9 - 14
9.4.4
Return to 9.4.0 ↵
9.3.x.8
Temp. compr.sensor
9.3.x.9
Temp. el. heat.sens.
9.3.x.10
Evaporating temp.
9.3.x.11
Vented air temp.
9.3.x.12
Exhaust air temp.
9.3.x.13
Relay status 1 - 8
9.3.x.14
Relay status 9 - 14
9.3.x.15
Operating status
9.3.x.16
Return to 9.3.x.0 ↵
FIGHTER 360P
9.2.5
No. of days per. 1
9.2.6
Temperature per. 2
9.2.7
Return to 9.2.0 ↵
9.1.2
Shunt group 2
9.1.3
RCU
9.1.4
Circulation pump
9.1.5
Circulation pump 2
9.1.6
Factory pre-set
9.1.7
Trend calc. limit
9.1.8
Time factor el.heat.
9.1.9
Quickstart comp.
9.1.10
Quickstart el.heater
9.1.11
Delay compressor
9.1.12
Time HW to heat
9.1.13
Operating status
9.1.14
Room control mode
9.1.15
Temperature limiter
9.1.16
Return to 9.1.0 ↵
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Main menus
N
52.0°C
N
Te m p . H W- s e n s o r
1.0
5.0
Menu 1.0 Temp HW-sensor
The current water temperature (83) in the outer jacket
roughly level with the water heater’s lower end-plate is
shown here. Note that the hot water temperature at
the top of the tank is usually higher.
Settings and readings regarding hot water charging
are made on the sub-menus to this menu.
N
Menu 5.0 Evaporating temp.
The current evaporation temperature is shown here.
This is the temperature of the refrigerant when this
has passed the expansion valve. Measured by sensor
(86).
Temperatures can be read and settings made for the
compressor from these sub-menus.
45.0 (46)°C
N
Menu 2.0 Flow temperature
The current supply temperature (89) for the heating
system is shown here with the calculated supply temperature in brackets.
Settings and readings regarding the heating system
are set on the sub-menus to this menu 1.
35.0 (36)°C
Flow temperature 2
3.0
Menu 3.0 Flow temperature 2
The current supply temperature (FG2) for the heating
system is shown here with the calculated supply temperature in brackets.
Settings and readings regarding the heating system
are set on the sub-menus to this menu 2.
Only shown when shunt group 2 is in the “On” position
in menu 9.1.2.
N
21.2 (21.0)°C
Room temp. settings*
6.0
Flow temperature
2.0
N
2.3°C
Evaporating temp.
-4.1°C
Outdoor temperature
Menu 6.0 Room temperature/Settings*
Current room temperature is displayed here. Desired
room temperature is displayed here within brackets.
Settings regarding room temperature control can be
made in the sub-menus to this menu.
N
Clock
7.0
Menu 7.0 Clock
Settings regarding the date and time are made in the
sub-menus of this menu. Even different temperature
reductions and increases at selected times are set
from this menu.
N
Other settings
8.0
Menu 8.0 Other settings
Settings regarding the menu type, language, operating settings and load monitor readings are made in the
sub-menus of this menu.
4.0
Menu 4.0 Outdoor temperature
The current outdoor temperature on the outdoor sensor (15) is shown here.
The outdoor, daily average temperature can be read
from this sub-menu.
N Normal menus
Expanded menus
U
S Service menus
Menu type is changed in menu 8.1.1.
S
Service menu
9.0
Menu 9.0 Service menu
This menu and its sub-menus are only shown on the
display screen when access has been selected in
menu 8.1.1.
Values can be read and various settings can be made
from these sub-menus. NOTE! These settings should
only be made by persons with the necessary expertise.
*Accessories needed
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Control
1.0 Temp. HW-sensor
N
2.0 Flow temperature
50.0°C
N
Te m p . c o m p r. s e n s o r
2.1
1.1
Menu 1.1 Temp. compr.sensor
Shows the current temperature on the compressor
sensor (94).
N
45.0°C
N
1.2
Menu 2.2 Offset heating curve
The selected heating curve offset is shown here. The
value is adjustable between -10 and +10. NOTE! The
value is changed using the Offset heating curve knob.
I n t e r v a l p e r. X H W
1.3
Menu 1.3 Interval per. XHW
How often the hot water temperature is increased from
the normal level to the extra hot water level is chosen
here. The value is adjustable between 1 and 90 days, or
Off.
60°C
Stop temperature XHW
1.4
U
Return
1.5
Menu 1.5 Return
Return to Menu 1.0.
15°C
Min. flow temp.
2.3
Menu 2.3 Min. flow temp.
The set minimum level for the supply temperature to
the heating system is shown here.
The calculated flow temperature never drops below
the set level irrespective of the outdoor temperature,
curve slope or offset heating curve.
The value is adjustable between 10 and 65 °C.
Menu 1.4 Stop temperature XHW
The required stop temperature for extra hot water is set
here. The value is adjustable between 56 and 65 °C.
N
0
Offset heating curve
2.2
14 days
U
Menu 2.1 Heating curve
The curve slope for heating curve is chosen here. The
value can be set between curve 1 and 15.
Te m p . e l . h e a t . s e n s .
Menu 1.2 Temp. el. heat.sens.
Shows the current temperature on the immersion
heater (88).
U
5
Heating curve
U
55°C
Max. flow temp.
2.4
Menu 2.4 Max. flow temp.
The set maximum level for the supply temperature to
the heating system is shown here.
The calculated flow temperature never exceeds the
set level irrespective of the outdoor temperature, curve
slope or offset heating curve.
The value is adjustable between 10 and 65 °C.
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Control
2.0 Flow temperature
U
3.0 Flow temperature 2
0
N
External adjustment
2.5
3.1
Menu 2.5 External adjustment
Connecting an external contact, see Electrical connections - External contacts, for example, a room thermostat (RT10, accessory) or a timer allows you to
temporarily or periodically raise or lower the room temperature. When the external contact is made, the heating curve offset is changed by the number of steps
shown here. The value is adjustable between
-10 and +10.
U
5
Heating curve 2
Menu 3.1 Heating curve 2
The curve slope for heating curve 2 is chosen here.
The value can be set between curve 1 and 15.
N
0
Offset heat. curve 2
3.2
Menu 3.2 Offset heat. curve 2
The offset heating curve 2 is chosen here. The value is
adjustable between -10 and +10.
32.4°C
Return temperature
2.6
Menu 2.6 Return temperature
The current temperature of the return water from the
heating system on the sensor (93) is shown here.
U
15°C
Min. flow temp. 2
3.3
Return
N
2.7
Menu 2.7 Return
Return to Menu 2.0.
Menu 3.3 Min. flow temp. 2
The set minimum level for flow temperature 2 to the
heating system is shown here.
The calculated flow temperature never drops below
the set level irrespective of the outdoor temperature,
curve slope or offset heating curve.
The value is adjustable between 10 and 65 °C.
U
55°C
Max. flow temp. 2
3.4
Menu 3.4 Max. flow temp. 2
The set maximum level for flow temperature 2 to the
heating system is shown here.
The calculated flow temperature never exceeds the
set level irrespective of the outdoor temperature, curve
slope or offset heating curve.
The value is adjustable between 10 and 65 °C.
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Control
3.0 Flow temperature 2
U
4.0 Outdoor temperature
0
N
External adjustment2
3.5
4.1
Menu 3.5 External adjustment2
Connecting an external contact, see Electrical connections - External contacts, for example, a room thermostat (RT10, accessory) or a timer allows you to
temporarily or periodically raise or lower the room temperature. When the external contact is made, the heating curve 2 offset is changed by the number of steps
chosen. The value is adjustable between -10 and +10.
U
7.4°C
Medium outdoor temp.
Menu 4.1 Medium outdoor temp.
The average outdoor temperature over the last 24
hours.
N
Return
4.2
Menu 4.2 Return
Return to Menu 4.0.
32.4°C
Return temperature 2
3.6
5.0 Evaporating temperature
Menu 3.6 Return temperature 2
The current temperature of the return water from heating system 2 is shown here.
N
N
5.0°C
Ve n t e d a i r t e m p .
5.1
Return
3.7
Menu 3.7 Return
Return to Menu 3.0.
Menu 5.1 Vented air temp.
The current extract air temperature is shown here. This
is the temperature of the ventilation air when it has
passed the heat pump. Measured by sensor (87).
N
20.4°C
Exhaust air temp.
5.2
Menu 5.2 Exhaust air temp.
The current exhaust air temperature is shown here. This
is the temperature of the ventilation air before it passes
the heat pump. Measured by sensor (92).
U
15 min
Stoptime defrosting
5.3
Menu 5.3 Stoptime defrosting
The required defrosting time is set here, i.e. the time
that the compressor is at a standstill so that evaporator defrosting can take place when necessary. The
value is adjustable between 15 and 25 minutes.
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Control
5.0 Evaporating temperature
U
6.0 Room temp. settings*
0
U
Compressor starts
5.4
Menu 5.4 Compressor starts
The number of times that the compressor has been
started since the first start up is shown here. The value
is saved in the microprocessor and thus is not reset
even when the heat pump is switched off using the
main power switch.
0 h
U
O p e r a t . t i m e c o m p r.
5.5
Menu 5.5 Operat. time compr.
The number of hours that the compressor has been in
operation since the first start up is shown here. The
value is saved in the microprocessor and thus is not
reset even when the heat pump is switched off using
the main power switch.
U
Off
1.0
Room balancing
6.1
Menu 6.1 Room balancing
The factor that determines how much a deviation
between desired and actual room temperature is to
affect the supply temperature.
The factor is multiplied by the deviation and corrects
the calculated supply temperature with this number. If
the deviation is 1 °C and the factor is 3, the flow line
temperature changes by 3 °C.
The factor can be adjusted between 0 and 6 in increments of 0.1.
Off
U
Room bal. system
6.2
Menu 6.2 Room balancing system
The heating system that the room sensor is to affect is
selected here. Can be set to ”Off”, ”Heating system 1”,
”Heating system 2” or ”Heating system 1+2”.
Alarm temp. exhaust
5.6
U
Menu 5.6 Alarm temp. exhaust
When the exhaust air temperature falls below this value, the alarm is shown on the display.
The value is adjustable between 1 and 20 °C. Even in
the Off position.
Return
N
20.0
Set room temp.
6.3
Menu 6.3 Set room temperature
The desired room temperature is set here. Only used
when RG05 connected.
The value can be set between 10.0 and 30.0 °C in
increments of 0.5 °C.
5.7
Return
N
Menu 5.7 Return
Return to Menu 5.0.
6.4
Menu 6.4 Return
Return to Menu 6.0.
* Requires accessory RG 05 or RG 10 and activation in menu
9.1.14
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Control
7.0 Clock
N
2004-12-24
U
Date
7.1
N
Menu 7.4.0 Temp set back time 2
Settings, e.g. for night reduction can be selected in the
sub-menus to this menu.
15:00
U
Te m p s e t b a c k t i m e 1
7.3.0
Off
Te m p s e t b a c k t i m e 1
7.3.1
Menu 7.3.1 Temp set back time 1
Here you set which heating system is to be influenced
by day changes period 1. When heating system 2 is
installed both system 1 and 2 can be selected. Can
also be set to Off.
U
U
U
Offset heating curve
7.3.2
Off
7.4.2
Set Time Monday
7.4.3
Return
N
7.4.10
Menu 7.4.10 Return
Return to Menu 7.4.0.
Set Time Monday
7.3.3
0
Offset heating curve
Menu 7.4.3 – 7.4.9 Set Time Monday – Sunday
The time for the day change, e.g. night reduction is
chosen here.
Menu 7.3.3 – 7.3.9 Set Time Monday – Sunday
The time for the day change, e.g. night reduction is
chosen here.
Return
N
7.4.1
Menu 7.4.2 Offset heating curve
The offset heating curve with day change, e.g. night
reduction is chosen here (and with that the room temperature). The value is adjustable between -10 and
+10.
0
Menu 7.3.2 Offset heating curve
The offset heating curve with day change, e.g. night
reduction is chosen here (and with that the room temperature). The value is adjustable between -10 and
+10.
U
Te m p s e t b a c k t i m e 2
Menu 7.4.1 Temp set back time 2
Here you set which heating system is to be influenced
by day changes period 1. When heating system 2 is
installed both system 1 and 2 can be selected. Can
also be set to Off.
Menu 7.3.0 Temp set back time 1
Settings, e.g. for night reduction can be selected in the
sub-menus to this menu.
U
Off
7.2
Menu 7.2 Time
The current time is set here.
U
Te m p s e t b a c k t i m e 2
7.4.0
Menu 7.1 Date
The current date is set here.
Time
7.3.10
Menu 7.3.10 Return
Return to Menu 7.3.0.
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Control
7.0 Clock
U
U
Timer Extra Hotwater
7.5.0
7.6.2
Menu 7.5.0 Timer Extra Hotwater
Settings are made in the sub-menus of this menu
when extra hot water is required on a specific day.
U
Off
Fan time Monday
Off
Menu 7.6.2 – 7.6.14 Fan time Monday – Sunday
Here you select the period for respective days when
the fan time should be activated. Hours and minutes
for both start and stop are shown The same start and
stop time deactivates the fan time.
Timer Extra Hotwater
7.5.1
Menu 7.5.1 Timer Extra Hotwater
You choose here whether the time setting should be
On or Off.
U
Off
U
Speed I
Fan speed Monday
7.6.3
Menu 7.6.3 – 7.6.15 Fan speed Monday – Sunday
The fan speed during the time period set in the previous menu is selected here.
Extra Hw Monday
7.5.2
Menu 7.5.2 – 7.5.8 Extra HW Monday – Sunday
Here you select the period for respective days when
extra hot water should be activated. Hours and minutes for both start and stop are shown The same start
and stop time deactivates Extra hot water.
N
N
7.6.16
Return
U
Menu 7.5.9 Return
Return to Menu 7.5.0.
00:00
S t a r t t i m e p e r. X H W
7.7
Menu 7.7 Start time per. XHW
The time of day when the periodic increase should
start is chosen here. (Number of days between
increases is set in menu 1.3)
Timer fan
7.6.0
Menu 7.6.0 Timer fan
Fixed time changes in the fan speed can be defined in
the sub-menus to this menu.
U
Return
Menu 7.6.16 Return
Return to Menu 7.6.0.
7.5.9
U
N
Return
7.8
Menu 7.8 Return
Return to Menu 7.0.
Off
Timer fan
7.6.1
Menu 7.6.1 Timer fan
You choose here whether the time setting for the fan
should be on or off.
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Control
8.0 Other settings
N
N
Display settings
8.1.0
Menu 8.1.0 Display settings
Settings concerning language and menu type are set
on the sub-menus to this menu.
N
U
S
Normal
N
8.1.1
N
U
Return
8.1.5
Operating mode set.
8.2.0
Menu 8.2.0 Operating mode set.
Settings regarding the operating mode can be made in
the sub-menus to this menu.
English
Language
U
8.1.2
No
Auto Operating mode
8.2.1
Menu 8.1.2 Language
The display language is chosen here.
Menu 8.2.1 Auto Operating mode
Here you select whether blocking of the circulation
pump and immersion heater should take place automatically as a function of the outdoor temperature
(position Yes) or whether blocking should take place
manually via the operating mode button (position No).
Automatic operating mode can also be selected with
the operating mode button.
15
N
Menu 8.1.5 Return
Return to Menu 8.1.0.
xtended, shows all menus except the service
E
menus.
ervice, shows all menus, returns to the previS
ous menu level 30 minutes after the last button
was pressed.
8.1.4
Menu 8.1.4 Backlight display
The display's background lighting in idle mode is set
here. Idle mode starts 30 minutes after the last button
was pushed. Can be set to Normal, Low or Off
Menu type
Menu 8.1.1 Menu type
The required menu type is selected here: Normal,
extended or service.
N Normal, shows the menus normal users need.
Normal
Backlight display
Display contrast
8.1.3
Menu 8.1.3 Display contrast
The display's contrast is set here. The value is adjustable between 0 and 31.
U
17°C
Stop circ.pump
8.2.2
Menu 8.2.2 Stop circ.pump
Here you select at what outdoor temperature the circulation pump automatically stops, i.e. at what temperature heat production ceases and the system switches
to summer mode. The function only comes into force
when Yes is selected in menu 8.2.1. The value is
adjustable between 10 and 25 °C.
FIGHTER 360P
For the Installer
37
Control
8.0 Other settings
U
12°C
U
Stop el. heater
8.2.3
3.5 A
Current phase 1
8.3.3
Menu 8.2.3 Stop el. heater
Here you select the outdoor temperature that automatically blocks the immersion heater, i.e. the temperature when additional energy is not used and the system should switch to spring/autumn mode. The function only comes into force when Yes is selected in
menu 8.2.1. The value is adjustable between -5 °C and
set value for the circulation pump (10 – 25 °C) from
the menu 8.2.2.
Menu 8.3.3 Current phase 1
Shows the measured current from phase 1. If the value falls below 2.0 A Low is shown.
U
3.3 A
Current phase 2
8.3.4
Menu 8.3.4 Current Phase 2
Shows the measured current from phase 2. If the value falls below 2.0 A Low is shown.
Return
N
8.2.4
U
Menu 8.3.5 Current Phase 3
Shows the measured current from phase 3. If the value falls below 2.0 A Low is shown.
Load monitor
8.3.0
U
Menu 8.3.0 Load monitor
Settings and readings regarding the load monitor are
set on the sub-menus to this menu.
U
16 A
Fuse size
8.3.1
9.0 kW
300
Ratio of transf. EBV
8.3.6
Menu 8.3.6 Ratio of transf. EBV
The transfer value must be defined depending on the
current transformers used for the EBV card. The value
is adjustable between 100 and 900 in increments of
10. The setting 300 applies for the supplied current
transformers.
Menu 8.3.1 Fuse size
The setting selected on the EBV card (2) knob (100) is
shown here.
U
3.3 A
Current phase 3
8.3.5
Menu 8.2.4 Return
Return to Menu 8.2.0.
U
U
Off
Ta r i f f s t a t u s
8.3.7
Menu 8.3.7 Tariff status
Shows the current tariff status.
Max. el. power
8.3.2
Menu 8.3.2 Max. el. power
The setting selected on the EBV card (2) knob (101) is
shown here.
Note: If a tariff is closed, only the allowed power is
shown here.
N
Return
8.3.8
Menu 8.3.8 Return
Return to Menu 8.3.0.
FIGHTER 360P
For the Installer
38
Control
8.0 Other settings
U
Fan settings
U
8.4.0
Menu 8.4.0 Fan settings
Settings and readings regarding fan speed are made
on the sub-menus to this menu.
U
4 h
Night coolness
8.5.0
Menu 8.5.0 Night coolness
Pressing the enter button takes you to sub-menus
where readings and settings concerning night coolness are made. When the temperature in the house is
high and the outdoor air temperature is lower, a cooling effect can be obtained by forcing the fan speed.
Return-time speed II
8.4.1
Menu 8.4.1 Return-time speed II
Here you select the time that should apply for fan
speed II when activated using the Fan speed button,
i.e. when the return to normal fan speed should take
place. The value can be set from 1 to 10 hours.
U
Menu 8.5.1 Night coolness
The night coolness is set On or Off here.
4 h
Menu 8.4.2 Return-time speed I
Here you select the time that should apply for fan
speed I when activated using the Fan speed button,
i.e. when the return to normal fan speed should take
place. The value can be set within the ranges 1 to 10
hours or 1 to 16 days.
8.4.3
25°C
Start temp. coolness
8.5.2
Return-time speed I
Return
Off
Night coolness
8.5.1
U
8.4.2
N
U
Menu 8.5.2 Start temp. coolness
At what temperature on the exhaust air sensor (92)
should night cooling start.
U
6°C
Min. diff. coolness
8.5.3
Menu 8.5.3 Min. diff. coolness
The minimum difference between the exhaust air temperature and the outdoor air temperature for night
cooling to be activated is chosen here.
Menu 8.4.3 Return
Return to Menu 8.4.0.
N
Return
8.5.4
Menu 8.5.4 Return
Return to Menu 8.5.0.
Return
N
8.6
Menu 8.6 Return
Return to Menu 8.0.
FIGHTER 360P
For the Installer
39
Control
9.0 Service menu
S
S
Operating settings
9.1.0
9.1.4
Menu 9.1.0 Operating settings
Settings regarding additional heat, floor drying and a
return to the factory settings can be made on the submenus in this menu.
S
Off
Circulation pump
No
Electric boiler
9.1.1
Menu 9.1.1 Electric boiler
The heat pump can be set in electric boiler mode from
here. This mode means the compressor is blocked, but
all other components function as normal. This mode
can be activated if a fault is discovered on the compressor or any other component in the cooling circuit.
Note no energy savings are made in this mode. Once
the fault has been rectified the heat pump should be
switched to normal mode again. The electric boiler
mode is activated when Yes is shown on the display
screen, otherwise No is shown. When the electric boiler mode is activated, the immersion heater respective
circulation pump cannot be blocked with the operating
mode button.
Menu 9.1.4 Circulation pump
The operating mode of the circulation pump for the
heating system can be force controlled from this menu.
When On is selected the circulation pump runs constantly. When Off is selected the circulation pump is
blocked. Note however that a change in the operating
mode using the operating mode button disables the
change made in this menu.
S
Off
Circulation pump 2
9.1.5
Menu 9.1.5 Circulation pump 2
The operating mode for circulation pump 2 for the
heating system can be force-controlled from this menu.
When On is selected the circulation pump runs constantly. When Off is selected the circulation pump is
blocked. Note however that a change in the operating
mode using the operating mode button disables the
change made in this menu.
S
No
Factory pre-set
9.1.6
S
Off
Shunt group 2
9.1.2
Menu 9.1.2 Shunt group 2
Here you select whether shunt group 2 is connected.
NOTE! Requires accessories.
Menu 9.1.6 Factory pre-set
Select Yes and press the enter button to restore the
heat pump to the factory settings.
Once the factory settings have been restored the heat
pump returns to Menu 1.0.
S
5°C
Tr e n d c a l c . l i m i t
9.1.7
S
RCU
Off
9.1.3
Menu 9.1.3 R
CU
The RCU (accessory) is set On or Off here.
Menu 9.1.7 Trend calc. limit
At what outdoor temperature trend calculating ceases
is selected here. Below this limit trend calculating is
not used to enable the additional heat. The value is
adjustable between 0 and 20 °C.
S
0
Time factor el.heat.
9.1.8
Menu 9.1.8 Time factor el.heat.
The time factor of the immersion heater since first start
up is shown here. The value is saved in the microprocessor and thus is not reset even when the heat pump is
switched off using the main power switch.
FIGHTER 360P
For the Installer
40
Control
9.0 Service menu
S
No
S
Quickstart comp.
9.1.9
9.1.14
Menu 9.1.9 Quickstart comp.
Select Yes in order to reduce the pressure-compensating time to 0 and in doing so permit a quick start of the
compressor.
NOTE! The setting returns to No as soon as the heat
pump has implemented the action.
S
Menu 9.1.14 Room control mode
Any room sensors are activated here. The menu can
be set to “Off”, “RG05” or “RG10”. Accessories are
needed.
S
No
9.1.10
Menu 9.1.15 Temperature limiter
Here the temperature limiter alarm can be selected to
be activated or not. Note that the temperature limiter is
always active – only the alarm indication can be turned
off.
S
9.1.16
Delay compressor
9.1.11
Menu 9.1.11 Delay compressor
Displays the time to next possible compressor start.
Floor drying setting
9.2.0
Menu 9.2.0 Floor drying setting
Pressing the enter button takes you to sub-menus for
the floor drying settings.
Time HW to heat
9.1.12
Menu 9.1.12 Time HW to heat
The time between hot water charging and heating is
set here.
The time is adjustable between 1 and 120 minutes.
S
Return
Menu 9.1.16 Return
Return to Menu 9.1.0.
S
S
On
Te m p l i m i t e r
9.1.15
Quickstart el.heater
Menu 9.1.10 Quickstart el.heater
Normally the electrical output of the immersion heaters is limited to a maximum of 6 kW for the first two
hours after the heat pump has been started, i.e. after
the main power switch has been set to 1.
Selecting Yes in this menu disengages the two-hour
delay.
NOTE! The setting returns to No as soon as the heat
pump has implemented the action.
S
Off
Room control mode
Operating status
9.1.13
Menu 9.1.13 Operating status
Displays the current operating status (How water/
Switch status/Heating).
S
Off
Op-mode floor drying
9.2.1
Menu 9.2.1 Op-mode floor drying
The operating mode for the floor drying function is set
here. Selectable modes are:
Off: Normal operation, i.e. the floor drying function is
switched off.
Own program: Two fixed temperatures in two periods
are adjustable in menu 9.2.3 to 9.2.6.
Fixed program: The flow temperature starts day 0 at
20 degrees and increases each day by 5 degrees. Day
5 the temperature has reached 45 degrees, which is
maintained on days 6 and 7. The program is ended on
days 8 to 12 with the temperature dropping by 5
degrees each day.
FIGHTER 360P
For the Installer
41
Control
9.0 Service menu
S
0
S
Floor drying day
9.2.2
9.2.6
Menu 9.2.2 Floor drying day
Here you can see which day the floor drying function
is on. It is also possible here to enter the floor drying
program by changing this value. The value is adjustable from 0 to 20 days. The factory setting is 0.
Menu 9.2.6 Temperature per. 2
Here you set the temperature to be maintained on the
flow line sensor (FG) during period 2 when Own program is selected in menu 9.2.1. The value is adjustable
between 15 and 50 °C.
5
S
S
N o . o f d a y s p e r. 1
9.2.3
Menu 9.2.3 No. of days per. 1
Here you set the number of days that the flow temperature shall maintain the temperature in menu 9.2.4
when Own program in menu 9.2.1 is selected. The
value is adjustable between 1 and 10 days.
S
25°C
Te m p e r a t u r e p e r. 1
9.2.4
Menu 9.2.4 Temperature per. 1
Here you set the temperature to be maintained on the
flow line sensor (FG) during period 1 when Own program is selected in menu 9.2.1. The value is adjustable
between 15 and 50 °C.
S
35°C
Te m p e r a t u r e p e r. 2
5
N o . o f d a y s p e r. 2
9.2.5
Menu 9.2.5 No. of days per. 2
Here you set the number of days that the flow temperature shall maintain the temperature in menu 9.2.6
when Own program in menu 9.2.1 is selected. The
value is adjustable between 1 and 10 days.
Return
9.2.7
Menu 9.2.7 Return
Return to Menu 9.2.0.
S
Alarm log
9.3.0
Menu 9.3.0 Alarm log
Pressing the enter button takes you to sub-menus
where all operating disturbances and the heat pump's
status are logged.
S
Alarm 1
9.3.1.0
Menu 9.3.1.0 Alarm 1 – 6
Pressing the enter button takes you to sub-menus
where the status is shown for the heat pump when the
different operating disturbances have occurred. The
alarms are sorted chronologically, which means alarm
1 is always the most recent. (When there are no alarms
stored, pressing enter has no effect.)
x in the following menus represents the alarm number.
FIGHTER 360P
For the Installer
42
Control
9.0 Service menu
S
HP-alarm
S
Ty p e o f a l a r m
9.3.1.7
9.3.1.1
Menu 9.3.x.1 Type of alarm
Shows which alarm has occurred, for example, HPalarm / TB-alarm, etc.
S
Menu 9.3.x.7 Temp. HW-sensor
Shows the temperature on the hot water sensor (83)
when the current alarm tripped.
2005-01-25
Date
S
9.3.1.2
Menu 9.3.x.2 Date
Shows the date when the current alarm tripped.
S
49.1°C
Te mp. c o mpr. s e ns or
9.3.1.8
Menu 9.3.x.8 Temp. compr.sensor
Shows the temperature on the compressor sensor (94)
when the current alarm tripped.
10:36
Time
9.3.1.3
S
Menu 9.3.x.3 Time
Shows the time when the current alarm tripped.
S
52.7°C
Te mp. H W- s e ns or
51.3°C
Te mp. e l . h e a t . s e n s .
9.3.1.9
Menu 9.3.x.9 Temp. el. heat.sens.
Shows the temperature on the immersion heater sensor (88) when the current alarm tripped.
4.3°C
Outdoor temperature
9.3.1.4
Menu 9.3.x.4 Outdoor temperature
Shows the outdoor temperature on the sensor (15)
when the current alarm tripped.
S
S
9.3.1.10
Menu 9.3.x.10 Evaporating temp.
Shows the evaporation temperature on the sensor (86)
when the current alarm tripped.
35.2°C
Flow temperature
9.3.1.5
2.2°C
Menu 9.3.x.5 Flow temperature
Shows the flow temperature on the sensor (89) when
the current alarm tripped.
S
-0.1°C
E va pora t i n g t e mp.
S
Ve nt e d a i r t e m p .
9.3.1.11
Menu 9.3.x.11 Vented air temp.
Shows the extract air temperature on the sensor (87)
when the current alarm tripped.
31.0°C
Return temperature
9.3.1.6
22.2°C
Menu 9.3.x.6 Return temperature
Shows the return temperature on the sensor (93) when
the current alarm tripped.
S
E x h a u s t a i r t e mp.
9.3.1.12
Menu 9.3.x.12 Exhaust air temp.
Shows the exhaust air temperature on the sensor (92)
when the current alarm tripped.
FIGHTER 360P
For the Installer
43
Control
9.0 Service menu
S
NOTE!
0101 0011
Relay status 1-8
Incorrect management of the menus below
can seriously damage the heat pump!
9.3.1.13
Menu 9.3.x.13 Relay status 1 8
Shows the relay status for relays 1-8 (relay 1 to the far
left) when the current alarm tripped.
S
S
Relay status 9-14
9.3.1.14
Operating status
9.3.1.15
Menu 9.3.x.15 Operating status
Shows the heat pump's operating status when the current alarm tripped.
S
S
9.3.1.16
S
0110 10
R e l ay 9 - 1 4
9.4.3
9.3.7
Menu 9.3.7 Clear the alarm log
Select Yes to clear the alarm log.
NOTE! The setting returns to No as soon as the heat
pump has implemented the action.
Menu 9.4.3 Relay 9 – 14
Shows the relay status for relays 9–14 (relay 9 to the
far left). It is possible to force the relay to the required
position using the enter button. The menu is only
shown when menu 9.4.1 is set to On.
S
9.3.8
1101 0100
R e l ay 1 - 8
9.4.2
Clear the alarm log
Return
9.4.1
Menu 9.4.1 Force control
When this menu is set to On, the user temporarily
takes control of the relays on the relay card. The setting automatically returns to Off, 30 minutes after the
last button was pushed or after a restart.
S
S
Off
Forc e c o n t rol
Menu 9.4.2 Relay 1 – 8
Shows the relay status for relays 1–8 (relay 1 to the far
left). It is possible to force the relay to the required
position using the enter button. The menu is only
shown when menu 9.4.1 is set to On.
Return
Menu 9.3.x.16 Return
Return to Menu 9.3.x.0.
S
9.4.0
Menu 9.4.0 Testing mode
Pressing the enter button takes you to sub-menus that
can be used during installation to check that the correct connection has been carried out.
0111 00
Menu 9.3.x.14 Relay status 9–14
Shows the relay status for relays 9-14 (relay 9 to the far
left) when the current alarm tripped.
S
Te s t i ng mode
R e t urn
9.4.4
Menu 9.4.4 Return
Return to Menu 9.4.0.
Menu 9.3.8 Return
Return to Menu 9.3.0.
S
Return
9.5
Menu 9.5 Return
Return to Menu 9.0.
FIGHTER 360P
For the Installer
44
Actions with operating disturbances
In the event of malfunctions or operating disturbances first
check the points below:
Low temperature or a lack of
hot water
High room temperature
■ Incorrect values for the parameters Max. supply
temp. (menu 2.5), Heating curve (menu 2.1) or Offset heating curve (menu 2.2).
NOTE! The hot water capacity can be increased for
24 hours by pressing in the button (18).
■ Large amounts of hot water were used.
■ Circuit or main MCB tripped.
■ Possible earth circuit-breaker tripped.
2
■ Switch (8) set to 0.
bar
1 Dealing with
3 mal■ MCB (7) tripped. See the section
functions – Resetting the miniature circuit breakers.
0
4
■ Tripped temperature limiter (6). (Contact
service)
■ Switch (25) not correctly set.
■ Closed or throttled filler valve (46) on the water
heater.
Switch position “
”
Low or a lack of ventilation
LEK
LEK
Adjuster screw
LEK
?
In the “
” position the heat pump's compressor and
electronic control are disabled.
The fan is operational (speed I) and the immersion
heater is controlled by a separate thermostat.
The numerical display is off The automatic heating
control system is not operational, so manual shunt
operation is required. This is done by turning the
adjuster screw to manual mode and then turning the
shunt lever to the required position.
Low room temperature
■ Circuit or main MCB tripped.
■ Possible earth circuit-breaker tripped.
■ MCB (7) tripped. See the section Dealing with malfunctions – Resetting the miniature circuit breakers.
■ Tripped temperature limiter (6). (Contact service).
■ Incorrect values for the parameters Max. supply
temp. (menu 2.5), Heating curve (menu 2.1) or Offset heating curve (menu 2.2).
■ Circulation pump (16) stopped. See the section
Dealing with malfunctions – Starting the pump.
■ Air in boiler or system.
■ Close valves (44) and (50) in the radiator circuit.
■ Initial pressure in expansion vessel too low. This is
indicated by low pressure on the pressure gauge
(42). Contact the installer.
LEK
LEK
K
LE
■ Filter (63) clogged (possibly replace).
■ Exhaust air device blocked or throttled down too
much.
■ Circuit or main MCB tripped.
■ Possible earth circuit-breaker tripped.
■ MCB (7) tripped. See the section Dealing with malfunctions – Resetting the miniature circuit breakers.
■ Fan speed reduced (position I and/or position II) or Off is activated.
LEK
Här är pluggen (61)
bortskruvad. Används i
MAV Extra shunt.
NOTE!
LEK
LEK
When returning to normal mode, do
not forget to reset the shunt lever to
the original position by turning the
adjuster screw to “A”.
Cleaning the fan
Should abnormal noise come from the fan, this may
need cleaning. Contact your installer.
If the operating disturbance cannot be rectified by means of
the above an installation engineer should be called.
If necessary set the Switch to “
” (manual shunt operation necessary).
FIGHTER 360P
For the Installer
Actions with operating disturbances
45
Alarm indications on the display
Other information can also be shown on the display
besides the standard information. This applies with
malfunctions or for calls to take action. This type of
information is only shown in menu 1.0 (The display
always automatically returns to menu 1.0 approximately 30 minutes after the last button was pressed).
This information alternates with menu 1.0’s standard
information. At the same time the display’s background
lighting flashes.
The following information can be shown.
NOTE!
The product’s serial number
should always be stated with all correspondence with NIBE.
089_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
F I LT E R - A L A R M
1.0
FILTER-ALARM
This information is shown every three months and is a
call for the air filter to be cleaned, see the section
Maintenance routines – Cleaning the air filter. The
information disappears when the filter has been
cleaned and the main power switch is set to 1 again.
LP-ALARM
1.0
LP-ALARM
This information is shown when the low pressure
switch in the cooling circuit has tripped. This may be
caused by a too low ventilation flow or too little refrigerant. The information disappears when the pressure
switch resets (automatically) and the main power
switch is set to 1 again.
SENSOR-ALARM
1.0
SENSOR-ALARM
This information is shown when one of the temperature sensor malfunctions, for example, a broken cable
or a short circuit. The information disappears when the
cause of the fault has been rectified and the main
power switch is set to 1 again.
FIGHTER 360P
For the Installer
46
Actions with operating disturbances
Resetting the temperature limiter
TL-ALARM
1.0
TL-ALARM
This information is shown when the temperature limiter for the immersion heater has tripped. The information disappears when this is done and the main power
switch is set to 1 again.
The temperature limiter (6) is accessible from behind
the centre front cover and is positioned under the inner
protective cover.
The temperature limiter is reset by firmly pressing in
its button. The button can be accessed from the underside of the distribution box. The cover on the distribution box does not need to be removed when resetting.
6
Resetting the high pressure switch
HP-ALARM
1.0
2
1
0
bar
3
4
High pressure pressostat
K
LE
HP-ALARM
This information is shown when the high pressure
switch in the cooling circuit has tripped. This may
depend on too high values being set in the menus 2.1
LEK
Heating curve, 2.2 Offset heating curve, 3.1 Heating
curve 2 and/or 3.2 Offset heating curve 2. The information disappears when the pressure switch resets ()
and the main power switch is set to 1 again.
Press the button on the top of the tripped high pressure
switch to reset it; see diagram. The pressure switch is
accessible by opening the filter cover.
LEK
LEK
Resetting the miniature circuit breakers
?
The MCB (7) is accessible behind the upper front
access panel and is located to the right of the panel.
Normal mode of the MCB is 1 (up).
High extract air temperature
Här är pluggen (61)
bortskruvad. Används i
MAV Extra shunt.
Art.nr. 611827
When the extract air temperature (87) (read on menu
5.1) is only insignificantly lower than the room temperature at the same time as the compressor is operational, this indicates a probable fault in the refrigerant
circuit or its controller. Request a service. When the
compressor is not operational the extract air temperature lies at about the same level as the room temperature.
2
1
0
bar
3
4
FIGHTER 360P
20.0°C
Ve n t e d a i r t e m p .
LEK
5.1
LEK
GR
1m(A) P,(W)
0.20 45
0.30 6
0.40
Type UPS 25
230V50Hz
2.5uF
LEK
For the Installer
47
Service
16
Helping the circulation pump to start
GB
■Shut down FIGHTER 360P by turning the switch
(8) to 0.
■Remove the lower front cover.
■Loosen the air screw with a screwdriver. Hold a
cloth around the screwdriver blade as a certain
amount of hot water may run out.
■Insert a screwdriver and turn the pump rotor.
■ Screw in the air screw.
■Start FIGHTER 360P and check whether the circulation pump runs.
It is usually easier to start the circulation pump with
FIGHTER 360P running, switch (8) set to 1. If helping
the circulation pump to start is performed with FIGHTER 360P running, be prepared for the screwdriver to
Drivsida
jerk when the pump starts.
IP 44
TF 110
Class H
Max. 10bar
1m(A) P,(W)
0.20 45
0.30 65
0.40 90
LEK
Type UPS 25 - 60
230V50Hz
2.5uF
130
G RU N DFOS
P/N:59526447
PC;0017NIB
Venting screw
16
GB
Rotorpaket
Cleaning the circulation pump
GB
Drivsida
Drive side
A
Spaltrör
LEK
Rotor unit
Drivsida
Spaltrör
LEK
Rotorpaket
LEK
G RU N DFOS
LEK
G RU N DFOS
Spaltrör
LEK
Antriebsseite
DE
Rotorpaket
C
K
LE
G RU N DFOS
LEK
B
LEK
G RU N DFOS
LEK
■Set the switch (8) to 0.
Drivsida
■Close the shut-off valves before and after the circulation pump. Rotorpaket
■Loosen the venting screw.
■ Remove the connection cover.
■Loosen the power cable.
■Remove the drive side from the pump housing by
Spaltrör
loosening the screws. Now
dismantle the drive side
(fig. A).
■Remove the rotor unit (including pump housing) by
carefully pulling the pump rotor. If it sits firmly, it can
be loosened by knocking the rear of the shaft (fig.
B).
■Clean inside the stator can using a cleaning agent
(fig. C).
■Also clean the rotor unit using the cleaning agent
and lubricate the O-ring with, for example, a soap
solution (fig. D).
■ Refit the rotor unit.
■Re-assemble the drive side (the flat packing is best
placed on the pump housing).
■Connect the power cable.
■Open the shut-off valves.
■Set the switch (8) to 1.
LEK
Rotorpaket
K
LE
LE
K
K
LE
D
LE
K
K
LE
DK
Drivenhed
K
LE
Rotorenhed
K
LEK
LE
FIGHTER 360P
Spalterør
For the Installer
48
Component placement
78
87
86
63
27
41
36
48
33
92
68
65
20
62
32
8
25
2
42
1
0
bar
3
18
4
38
30
7
11
12
9
69
67
10
88
96
83
1
97
24
14
94
100
6
101
3
2
43
102
34
46
53
89
61
44
85
93
19
16
52
98
v.v.
LEK
84
95
99
17
k.v.
44
74 66 79 73 47 49 50 71 80 51 103 35
v.v.
Hw.
k.
v.
Cw.
ÅterRadiator
ledning
system
inlet
radiatorer
70
FramRadiator
ledning
system
outlet
radiatorer
FIGHTER 360P
87
For the Installer
List of components
1 Immersion heater 9 kW
2 Load monitor card
3 Operating thermostat, backup heating
6 Temperature limiter
7Miniature circuit-breaker
8 Switch, position 1 - 0 9 Terminal block, power supply
10 Contactor, step 3, 6 kW
11 Terminal block, docking
12 Terminal block, docking
13 Terminal block, capacitor
14 Terminal block
15 Outside sensor
16 Circulation pump
17 Air screw, circulation pump
18 Pushbutton, Extra hot water
19 Shunt motor with handwheel
20 Connector, fan
22 Terminal block for fan speed
24 Immersion heater 4.5 kW
25 Push button, Operating mode
26 Motor protection, compressor
27 Compressor
28 Operating capacitor, compressor
29 Relay card with power supply unit
30 Push button, Fan speed
32 Display unit
33 High pressure pressostat
49
34 Central unit
35 Capacity setting, circulation pump
36 Fan, exhaust air
38Knob, Offset heating curve
41 Low pressure pressostat
42 Pressure gauge, boiler
43 Shunt valve
44Shutoff valve, pump and supply radiator circuit
46 Filler valve, water heater
47 Safety valve, water heater
48 Expansion valve
49Combined filling and non-return valve, heating
system
50 Shutoff valve, return line radiator circuit
51 Drain valve, heating system
52 Safety valve, heating system
53 Vacuum valve (hidden)
54 Fan transformer
57 Starter capacitor, exhaust air fan
61Docking connection, requires special pipe from
NIBE
62 Evaporator
63 Air filter (Filter type G2)
65 Drying filter with tank
66 Rating plate
67 Contactor, step 1, 3 kW
68 Compressor heater
69 Contactor, step 2, 4,5 kW
ConnectionSetting out dimensions
A
B
C
70 Supply line, radiator circuit ............................................... Compression ring Ø 22 mm. 100 . 465 ...... 90
71 Return line, radiator circuit ............................................... Compression ring Ø 22 mm.130 .. 465 ...... 190
73 Cold water connection . .................................................... Compression ring Ø 22 mm.260 .. 465 ...... 290
74 Hot water outlet from water heater ................................... Compression ring Ø 22 mm.290 .. 465 ...... 345
78 Filter cover
79 Drain and overflow water connection, water heater ......... R 15 male (with compression ring not removed)
80 Drain connection, heating system .................................... R 15 male
83 Temperature sensor, hot water
84 Ventilation opening
85 Expansion vessel
86 Temperature sensor, evaporator
87 Temperature sensor, extract air (concealed)
88 Temperature sensor, immersion heater operation
89 Temperature sensor, supply line
90 Ventilation connection exhaust air .................................... Ø 125 mm . .................. 2095 . ..... 295 ...... 160
91 Ventilation connection extract air . .................................... Ø 125 mm . .................. 2095 . ..... 295 ...... 485
92 Temperature sensor, exhaust air (hidden)
93 Temperature sensor, return
94 Temperature sensor, compressor operation
95 Overflow pipe, safety valve water heater
96 Overflow pipe, safety valve heating
97 Condensation water outlet, fan box
98 Overflow water discharge ................................................. PVC-pipe Ø 32 mm (outside diameter)
99 Collection funnel, waste water
100Knob, setting Fuse
101 Knob, setting Max electrical output
102 No function
103 Type plate
FIGHTER 360P
For the Installer
50
Circuit diagram
X9
N
8
PE
X9 X9
L3 L2
X9
L1
R
0
1
7
26
1A
2A
X12
X12
X12
X12
X29
5
3
2
1
30
3A
X29
C
R
36
X11
4B
5B
Re11
27
1
6B
X29
X29
X12
X12
35
31
4
6
X29 X29
S
34 33
X29
28
X29
X29
N
32
F2
X29
36
F1
Re1
9
Re2
X20 X20
X20a X20b
X29
N
2
X29
2 2 10
9
X29
8
5
7
X29
6
4
5
2b
N
X22
54
X20b
1
X20b X20a
PE
X29
2a
X20a
X13
1
L
1
57
X13a X13b
N
X29
N
10
PE
4
3
Re3
2
1
X29
7
6
T
Re4
X29
X29
12
13
X29
Re5
45
X29
14
19
M
X11
2
4
6
2
4
6
2
4
6
14
10
69
1
3
5
67
1
3
5
1
3
5
13
68
2
X29
Re6
18
X11
20
Re8
X29
3
26
T
1
Svart
4,5 kW
Re9
Vit
3 kW
Brun (Röd)
6 kW
X11
19
16
4
10
X11
X11
X29
5
6
29
X29
27
Re10
X29
X29
3
24
X29
17
67
X29
28
FIGHTER 360P
X29
69
46
For the Installer
51
Sensors
Sensor placement
Temperature sensor data
Temperature (°C)
15
14
X1
1
5
10
X2
94
15
X5.1
5
2
86
87
Voltage (V)
-40 102,35
4,78
-35 73,51
4,70
-30
53,44
4,60
-25
-20
39,29
29,20
4,47
4,31
-15
-10
21,93
16,62
4,12
3,90
-5
0
12,71
9,81
3,65
3,38
5
10
7,62
5,97
3,09
2,80
15
20
4,71
3,75
2,50
2,22
25
30
3,00
2,42
1,95
1,70
35
40
1,96
1,60
1,47
1,27
45
50
1,31
1,08
1,09
0,94
X3
88
92
Resistance (kΩ)
10
33
41
15
20
X6.1
4
X4.1
83 93 89
15 Outside sensor
33 High pressure pressostat
Matning
41 Matning
Low pressure pressostat
Max
2A/250
VAC
Max
2A/250 VAC
1
1
83 Temperature sensor,
hot water
2
2
86 Temperature sensor,
evaporator
3
3
87 Utgång
Temperature sensor, extract air
Utgång
Högprioriterat
larm sensor, immersion heater operation
Lågprioriterat larm
88Temperature
89 Temperature sensor, supply line
92 Temperature sensor, exhaust air
93 Temperature sensor, return
94Temperature sensor, compressor operation
X6.1
4
X4.1
FIGHTER 360P
For the Installer
52
Dimensions
Dimensions and setting-out coordinates
45
distance
Min
avstånd 10 mm
Min Min.
avstånd
from
the från
wall vägg
10 mm
10 mm
från
vägg
440 440
115 115
Protective extra low
Skyddsklenspänning
voltage
Ø 16
Skyddsklenspänning
Ø 16Ø 16
Elektrisk
Elektrisk
matning
Mainsmatning
supply
ØØ25
25Ø 25
295
295
15
15
70 70
45
Space
required
to dismantle
Erforderligt
utrymme
Erforderligt
utrymme
för för the
upper
service
cover.
demontering
av övre
frontlucka
demontering
av övre
frontlucka
Dockning
Dockning
Docking
Ø 16 Ø 16Ø 16
91 91
90 90
Frånluft
Ø
125
Frånluft
ØØ
125
Exhaust
air
125
2095
A clear space of 500 mm is
needed in front of the heat
pump for servicing.
250
Ställbar 15 – 40
Adjustable
40
250 1515–-40
Ställbar
A
A
2095
Ø 125
Extract
airAvluft
ØØ125
Avluft
125
Measuring principle
35 35
Lucka
påboth sides
Cover
Lucka
på on
77 77 båda sidor
båda sidor
Compression
klämring ring
Copper-pipe
Cu-rör
Undvik
rördragning
inom
streckmarkerat
Avoid
routing
pipes
within
the
lined area to
Undvik
rördragning
inom
streckmarkerat
facilitate
servicing.
område
förunderlätta
att underlätta
service
område
för att
service
600
20
20
B B
40
115 115
40
70
35 35
70 C
C355
355 600
klemmring
615 615
A, B and C: See Connection in List of components.
Pipes must not be run from the floor in the area
indicated by dots.
FIGHTER 360P
kupferrohr
A, B
och
For the Installer
53
Technical specifications
IP 21
Height (excl. foot: 15 – 40 mm)
2 095 mm
Required ceiling height
2 185 mm
Width
600 mm
Depth
615 mm
Weight
205 kg
Volume total
240 litres
Volume double jacket
70 litres
Volume water heater
170 litres
Supply voltage
400 V~ 3-phase + N
Output immersion heater
13,5 kW (switchable)
Rated output, circulation pump 100 W
Rated output exhaust air fan
170 W
Rated output, compressor
650 W
Enclosure class
IP 21
Max pressure in storage heater
0,9 MPa (9 (bar)
Max pressure in double jacket volume
0,25 MPa (2.5 (bar)
Breaking value, high pressure pressostat
2,45 MPa (24.5 (bar)
Breaking value, low pressure pressostat
0,15 MPa (1.5 (bar)
Design pressure in double jacket volume
0,25 MPa (2.5 (bar)
Refrigerant volume
420 g
Refrigerant type
R290 (propane)
Sound power level*
44–48 dB(A)
Sound level in the boiler house**
40–44 dB(A)
Article number
089 570
*A-weighted sound power level (LwA). The value varies with the selected fan curve.
**A-weighted sound pressure level (LpA). The value varies with the room’s damping capacity.
These values apply with a damping of 4 dB.
Enclosed kit
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LE
K
LEK
Earth cable
LE
K
LEK
Outside sensor
Current sensor
FIGHTER 360P
Feet
For the Installer
Accessories
54
Room sensor RG 10
Top cabinet
In some cases a room sensor can be used as a addition to
the ordinary automatic control system.
A top cabinet is available as an accessory to conceal
LEK
the ventilation ducts above the ­­heat ­pump.
K
LE
K
LE
K
LE
K
LE
Used when there is a need of two different supply temperatures. Installed externally, but controlled from
FIGHTER 360P
- Circulation pump
- Shunt motor
- Shunt valve
- Circuit card
- Pipe fittings
- Sensor and cabling
Cables XTS 20
Top cabinet 245 mm. Part no 089 424
Top cabinet 345 mm. Part no 089 426
Top cabinet 385 – 535 mm. Part no 089 428
245 alt. 345
245 alt. 345
Justerbar från
385 till 535
Justerbar från
385 till 535
RCU 10
Communication unit which
enables control and supervision of the heat pump over a
local network or via the
internet.
Part no 418 925
When external activation of Extra hot water respective
Fan speed II is wanted.
FIGHTER 360P
LEK
Extra shunt group
55
FIGHTER 360P
56
FIGHTER 360P
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