Cod.
Wall-mounted hybrid condensing boiler
MURELLE REVOLUTION
USER, INSTALLATION AND SERVICING INSTRUCTIONS
EN
Thank you for purchasing a Sime Murelle Revolution boiler, a latest-generation hybrid condensing modulating appliance, with
all the technical and performance features to satisfy your heating and domestic hot water needs, in maximum safety and
with low running costs.
Fonderie SIME S.p.A.
6328582 - 04/2017 - R0
SAFETY WARNINGS AND REGULATIONS
RESTRICTIONS
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WARNINGS
– After having removed the packaging make sure that
the product supplied is integral and complete in all
its parts. If this is not the case, please contact the
Dealer who sold the appliance.
– The appliance must be used as intended by Sime
who is not responsible for any damage caused to
persons, animals or things, improper installation,
adjustment, maintenance and improper use of the
appliance.
– In the event of water leaks, disconnect the appliance
from the mains power supply, close the water
mains and promptly inform professionally qualified
personnel.
– In case of an accidental refrigerant gas leak,
disconnect the appliance from the mains and open
a window to air the room where the appliance is
installed.
– Periodically check that the operating pressure of
the water heating system when cold is 1-1.2 bar. If
this is not the case, increase the pressure or contact
professionally qualified personnel.
– If the appliance is not used for a long period of time,
at least one of the following operations must be
carried out:
-set the main system switch to "OFF";
-close the gas and water valves for the water
heating system.
– In order to ensure optimal appliance operations
Sime recommends that maintenance and checks
are carried out ONCE A YEAR.
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WARNINGS
– It is recommended that all operators read this manual
carefully in order to use the appliance in a safe and
rational manner.
– This manual is an integral part of the appliance. It
must therefore be kept for future reference and
must always accompany the appliance in the event
the appliance is transferred or sold to another
Owner or User or is installed on another system.
– Installation and maintenance of this appliance
must be carried out by a qualified company or by
a professionally qualified technician, or authorised
person, in accordance with the instructions
contained in the manual. The company or technician
will, at the end of installation operations, issue a
statement of compliance with national and local
Technical Standards and Legislation in force.
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IT IS FORBIDDEN
– Do not allow appliance to be used by children or
unassisted disabled persons.
– Do not use electrical devices or appliances such as
switches, electrical appliances etc if you can smell
fuel. If this should happen:
-open the doors and windows to air the room;
-close the gas isolation device;
-promptly call for professional assistance.
– Do not touch the appliance with bare feet or with any
wet part of the body.
– Do not carry out any technical intervention or
cleaning operation before having disconnected the
appliance from the mains power by setting the main
switch to "OFF", and closing the gas supply.
– Do not modify the safety or adjustment devices
without authorization and instructions from the
manufacturer.
– Do not block the condensate drain.
– Do not pull, detach or twist the electrical cables
coming out of the appliance even if the appliance is
disconnected from the mains power supply.
– Do not expose the boiler to atmospheric agents. The
boiler is suitable for use in partially protected places
according to standard EN 15502, with a maximum
ambient temperature of 60°C and a minimum of
-5°C. We recommend installing the boiler under a
sloping roof, on a balcony or in a sheltered corner.
In all cases it must not be directly exposed to bad
weather (rain, hail, snow). The boiler is equipped
with a series of anti-freeze functions.
– Do not leave containers with flammable substances
in the room where the appliance is installed.
– Do not leave packaging material around since it
could be dangerous. Therefore dispose of it as
prescribed by legislation in force.
– Do not load the refrigerating circuits with a
refrigerant other than the one indicated on the
ID plate. Using a different refrigerant may cause
serious damage to the compressor.
– Do not use oils other than those indicated in this
manual. Using a different oil may cause serious
damage to the compressor.
– Do not dispose of the R-410A refrigerant
irresponsibly; it is a fluorinated greenhouse gas
with 1975 global warming potential (GWP).
RANGE
MANUAL STRUCTURE
MODEL
Murelle Revolution - (G20)
This manual is organized as follows.
CODE
8110290
USER INSTRUCTIONS
COMPLIANCE
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Our company declares that Murelle Revolution boilers comply
with the following directives:
– Gas Appliances Directive 2009/142/EC
– Low Voltage Directive 2014/35/EU
– Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2014/30/EU
– Ecodesign Directive 2009/125/EC
– Regulation (UE) N. 811/2013 - 813/2013
DESCRIPTION OF THE APPLIANCE
SYMBOLS
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WARNING
To indicate actions which, if not carried out correctly,
can result in injury of a general nature or may damage
or cause the appliance to malfunction; these actions
therefore require particular caution and adequate
preparation.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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INSTALLATION AND SERVICING
INSTRUCTIONS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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ELECTRICAL HAZARD
To indicate actions which, if not carried out correctly,
could lead to injury of an electrical nature; these
actions therefore require particular caution and
adequate preparation.
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IT IS FORBIDDEN
To indicate actions which MUST NOT BE carried out.
CAUTION
To indicate
information.
particularly
important
and
useful
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USER INSTRUCTIONS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 USING THE BOILER MURELLE REVOLUTION
1.1 Main control panel (remote) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
1.1.1 Using the buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
1.2Start-up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
1.2.1 Preliminary checks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
1.2.2Ignition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
1.3 Settings using the MODE button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
1.3.1 Time Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
1.3.2 Holiday function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
1.3.3 Fault warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
1.3.4 Quick settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
1.4 Navigating using the MODE button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
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2MAINTENANCE
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2.1Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
2.2 External cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
2.2.1 Cleaning the cladding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
3DISPOSAL
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3.1 Disposal of the equipment (European Directive
2002/96/CE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
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USING THE BOILER MURELLE REVOLUTION
1.1
Main control panel (remote)
The main control panel (MCP) allows all of the necessary adjustments to be made to Murelle Revolution and to the connected systems.
It also serves as a main air thermostat and can therefore be used by all operators, users, authorised maintenance technicians and
the technical service for the operations for which each of these figures is authorised, as described in detail in the relevant sections.
It communicates with the boiler control panel with an unpolarised bus line and OpenTherm protocol, and with the heat pump control
panel with a RS485 polarised ModBus two-wire line.
It is equipped with a dry contact input for remote control, where relevant (GSM-Dialler/WiFi).
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8
11
9
14
7
15
Zona
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Gi 20 Set 2014
10:30
Modo: Inverno Progr. automatico - Set 18,0°C fino alle 11:30
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Menu
1
Modo
2
6
5
4
3
Fig. 1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Button (A)
Multifunction encoder
Button (B)
Action carried out by pressing button (B)
Programmed time band
Description of adjustments in course
Measured outdoor temperature
Time
Presence of outdoor probe (OP)
1.1.1
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11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Using the buttons
With the appliance powered, from the “Main screen”.
Zone
Thu 18 Set 2014
10:30
Off
Menu
Mode
Fig. 2
6
Date
Measured ambient temperature
Modulation percentage
Flame
Controlled area
Request for heating (rad) or hot water (tap)
Heat pump operating
Action carried out by pressing button (A)
BUTTON (A)
(used mainly by professionally qualified technicians and NOT
by the user)
This allows users to view the “menu” select screen (e.g. Menu
“GENERAL SETTINGS”) and then to operate according to what is
Esc
to exit
written above the button on the display (e.g.
and return to the main screen.
1.2
Start-up
1.2.1
Preliminary checks
Commissioning of the Murelle Revolution boiler must be carried
out by professionally qualified technicians, after which the boiler
can operate automatically. It may, however, be necessary for the
user to start the appliance autonomously without involving a
technician: for example, after a holiday.
MENU
GENERAL SETTINGS
INFORMATION
TECHNICAL
Esc
In this case, certain checks and the following operations must
be carried out:
– check that the gas isolation and water system valves are open.
[...]
[...]
[...]
Back
1.2.2
Fig. 3
MULTIFUNCTION ENCODER
If turned,
allows the user to scroll through and select the
“Menu/rows” or the “Function mode”, or to change the values in
the selected field.
In “Summer” mode, the DHW temperature can be adjusted.
In “Winter” mode, the DHW can be adjusted in relation to the
heating and the “Holiday function”.
Ignition
After having carried out the preliminary checks, perform the
following to start the boiler:
– set the main system switch to "ON"
– after a few seconds, the “Main screen” is shown
ON
Zone
Thu 18 Set 2014
Off
1.1 bar
Menu
MENU
Esc
[...]
[...]
[...]
GENERAL SETTINGS
INFORMATION
TECHNICAL
Fig. 7
Back
Esc
[...]
[...]
[...]
– Press the
If pressed, click confirms the selection and takes the user to
the submenus (e.g. “LANGUAGE” or “Hot water”) or confirms the
modified value or entry.
MENU
button to view the “Function mode”
Mode
Back
Fig. 4
Esc
Mode
MENU
GENERAL SETTINGS
INFORMATION
TECHNICAL
GENERAL SETTINGS
INFORMATION
TECHNICAL
10:30
selection screen. Turn the
preferred mode (e.g. “Winter”)
– press the
– press the
encode to select the
click encoder to confirm “Winter”
Esc
button to go back to the “Main screen”.
Check the “System pressure” by doing as follows:
Menu
button to view the “Menu” selection
– Press the
screen
GENERAL SETTINGS
[...]
[...]
[...]
Language
Date and time
Visualization
Factory settings
Back
ENG
[...]
[...]
[...]
Esc
Winter
Hot water
Heating
Holiday function
Esc
Back
MAN 40°C
MAN 20.0°C
OFF
encoder to select the menu “INFORMATION”
– Turn the
Back
Fig. 5
MENU
BUTTON (B)
This allows users to view the “Function mode” screen (e.g.
“Winter”) and then to operate according to what is written above
Esc
to exit and return to
the button on the display (e.g.
the main screen).
Summer
Winter
Hot water
Heating
Holiday function
Esc
GENERAL SETTINGS
INFORMATION
TECHNICAL
Esc
MENU
[...]
[...]
[...]
Back
GENERAL SETTINGS
INFORMATION
TECHNICAL
Esc
[...]
[...]
[...]
Back
Fig. 8
Off
MAN 40°C
MAN 20.0°C
OFF
Back
Fig. 6
7
– press the click encoder to confirm the highlighted “Mode”
and go to the “rows”
– Turn the
1.3
Settings using the MODE button
From the “Main screen”:
encoder to “Boiler”
Zone
INFORMATION
Zone heating
Boiler
Heat pump
Hot water
Solar thermal
ˆ
Esc
Thu 18 Set 2014
10:30
INFORMATION
[...]
[...]
[...]
[...]
[...]
Zone heating
Boiler
Heat pump
Hot water
Solar thermal
ˆ
Esc
Back
[...]
[...]
[...]
[...]
[...]
Off
Menu
Mode
Back
Fig. 12
Fig. 9
– Press the
– Press the click encoder to confirm the selection and go to
the screen showing the “System pressure”
Boiler
– –°C
0%
0.9bar
26°C
Esc
Return temperature
Power output
System pressure
Exhaust temp.
Back
Esc
button to view the “Function mode”
selection screen. Turn the
(e.g. “Winter”)
Summer
Boiler
Return temperature
Power output
System pressure
Exhaust temp.
Mode
– –°C
0%
0.9bar
26°C
encoder to select a mode
Winter
Hot water
Heating
Holiday function
Back
Off
MAN 40°C
MAN 20.0°C
OFF
Esc
Back
Fig. 10
– check that the system pressure as shown on the pressure
gauge when the system is cold , is between 1 and 1.2 bar.
Where the value is different from 1-1.2 bar (the correct value),
open the filling valve again until this value is reached and then
shut it off again
Esc
button to go back to the “Main screen”
– press the
Fig. 13
– press the click encoder to confirm the highlighted “Mode”
and go to the “rows”
Winter
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CAUTION
Hot water
Heating
Holiday function
To view the "System pressure", the row does not need
to be selected by turning the encoder
.
MAN 40°C
MAN 20.0°C
OFF
Esc
Back
Fig. 14
– open one or more of the hot water valves and check that the
appliance starts up
– turn the
Summer
Winter
Hot water
Heating
Holiday function
Esc
Off
– press the
“Rows”.
MAN 40°C
MAN 20.0°C
OFF
encoder to select “Heating”.
encoder to confirm “Heating” and access the
Back
Heating
Fig. 11
– allow the appliance to operate until hot water is produced and
shut off the valves opened previously.
Function Mode
Set AUTO comfort
Set AUTO reduced
Set MAN
Program. Time
Esc
MAN
20.0°C
18.0°C
20.0°C
[...]
Back
Fig. 15
– press the click encoder to confirm the highlighted “Row”
and access the modifiable area
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Heating
Function Mode
Set AUTO comfort
Set AUTO reduced
Set MAN
Program. Time
– turn the
encoder to select the “Single days” or the
“Group of days”
MAN
20.0°C
18.0°C
20.0°C
[...]
Esc
– press the click encoder to confirm the required selection
and access the first “Adjustable time” [1]
Back
HEATING TIME PROGRAM
Day/s:
Fig. 16
0
2
4
MONDAY
6
8
10
12
[1] 06:00 - 08:00
[2] 11:00 - 13:00
– turn the
encoder to modify the “Data/value” in the
permitted field (e.g. MAN - AUTO - OFF)
14
16
18
20
22
24
[3]
[4] 18:00 - 23:00
Cancel
Confirm
Fig. 19
– Press the click encoder to confirm any modifications made
and go back to the row “Function mode”
– Turn the
encoder to select another “Row” (e.g.
“Program. Time”).
Heating
Function Mode
Set AUTO comfort
Set AUTO reduced
Set MAN
Program. Time
– press the click encoder to confirm the modification and
move to the next “Data/value”
MAN
20.0°C
18.0°C
20.0°C
[...]
Esc
– turn the
encoder to modify the “Data/value” on the
basis of the required time
HEATING TIME PROGRAM
Day/s:
Back
0
2
4
MONDAY
6
8
10
[1] 06:00 - 08:00
[2] 11:00 - 13:00
Fig. 17
12
14
16
Cancel
1.3.1
18
20
22
24
[3]
[4] 18:00 - 23:00
Confirm
Fig. 20
Time Programming
The main control panel (MCP) allows up to four daily time bands
to be managed for the domestic hot water function and the
heating function described below.
During the programmed time band, the boiler works in
COMFORT heating mode, while outside the programmed time
band it works in REDUCED heating mode:
– continue in this way until all the necessary modifications have
been made for each day of the week or group of days.
NOTE: The user must work in a CIRCULAR manner, meaning
ALWAYS MOVING FORWARDS, even if a mistake is made.
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CAUTION
– press the click encoder to confirm the “Program. time” and
go to the modifiable area
0
2
4
MONDAY
6
8
10
[1] 06:00 - 08:00
[2] 11:00 - 13:00
Esc
– Once the modification has been made, press the Confirm
button to go back to “Single days” or “Group of days”
Esc
– press the
button to go back to the “Main screen”.
HEATING TIME PROGRAM
Day/s:
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14
16
18
20
22
If NO time band is required, set the start and stop
times of that band to the same value (e.g. [3] 14:0014:00).
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[3]
[4] 18:00 - 23:00
Zone
Back
Th 21 Sept 2014
10:30
Fig. 18
Hot water 48°C eco
Winter automatic - set 20.0°C until 7.30
Menu
Mode
Fig. 21
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1.3.2
Holiday function
This function allows the user to deactivate both heating and hot
water production during a “set and activated” holiday period,
during which the antifreeze function can be active (if set).
To set the holiday function from the “Main screen”:
Mode
button
– press the
NOTE: The user must work in a CIRCULAR manner, meaning
ALWAYS MOVING FORWARDS, even if a mistake is made.
– When all modifications have been made, press the
Confirm button to go back to “Holiday function”
Esc
– press the
button to go back to the “Main screen”.
– press the click encoder to confirm one of the Summer or
Winter function mode
– turn the
Zone
Th 21 Sept 2014
10:30
encoder to select “Holiday function”
Hot water 48°C eco
Winter automatic - set 20.0°C until 7.30
Menu
Hot water
Heating
Holiday function
Fig. 25
MAN 40°C
MAN 20.0°C
OFF
Esc
Mode
Off
Winter
Summer
1.3.3
Back
Fig. 22
– press the click encoder to confirm the “Holiday function”
and go into the modifiable area
Fault warnings
If a fault occurs, the screen “Anomaly in progress” will appear
in place of the “Main screen”. For the main fault codes, a brief
description and suggestions for the user are displayed, based
on the seriousness and the frequency with which the fault
reappears.
ANOMALY IN PROGRESS
ANOMALY IN PROGRESS
5 - Technical problem
6 - No flame detection
HOLIDAY SCHEDULE
DAY
MONTH
YEAR
HOUR
Start: 05 02 2014 15 : 00
Stop: 20 02 2014 15 : 00
Enable holiday:
Esc
NO
Contact customer service
Name: xxxxxxxx
Phone:yyyyyyyyy
Reset boiler
Back
Esc
Reset
Fig. 26
Hot water OFF - Heat. OFF (nofrost active)
Cancel
Confirm
Fig. 23
– turn the
highlighted
encoder to modify the “Data/value” which is
– press the click encoder to confirm the modification and
move to the next “Data/value”
HOLIDAY SCHEDULE
DAY
MONTH
YEAR
The fault may be transient (volatile) or it may cause an appliance
block.
To restore normal operating conditions:
– if the fault is transient, eliminate the cause of the fault
– if the fault causes a block, remove the cause of the fault and
Reset
button.
then press the
If there is “no water in the system” or “low water pressure in the
system” there is a request to fill the system and then to press
Reset
button.
the Confirm button rather than the
HOUR
Start: 05 02 2014 15 : 00
Stop: 20 02 2014 15 : 00
Enable holiday:
ANOMALY IN PROGRESS
Hot water OFF - Heat. OFF (nofrost active)
Cancel
CONFIRM REQUEST
NO
2 - Low pressure
Confirm
Confirm operation?
Fill the system as per boiler's manual instruction
Fig. 24
Esc
Charge
Cancel
Confirm
Fig. 27
– turn the
encoder to modify the “Data/value” on the
basis of the holiday start date
– press the click encoder to confirm the modification and
move to the next “Data/value”
– Continue in this way until all the necessary modifications have
been made..
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CAUTION
For a full list of faults, see "Malfunction codes and
possible solutions".
1.3.4
Quick settings
The encoder allows the operator, specifically the user, to:
– change the “Set hot water” in SUMMER mode
– change the “Set room temperature” in WINTER mode.
– turn the
encoder to set the new “Set value”
– press the Confirm button to complete the modification
and return to the “Main screen”.
In both cases, from the “Main screen”:
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR THE SET AMBIENT
TEMPERATURE
The meaning of the words on the display is as follows:
Manual temporary: the heating “Function mode” is set to AUTO
and the set value read on the display is valid until the next time
band change (automatic set point)
Manual: the heating “Function mode” is set to MAN and the set
value read on the display is permanently valid.
– press the
click encoder to display the set value
HOT WATER SET
ROOM SET
40.0
21.3
Set hot water
Cancel
Manual temporary
Confirm
Cancel
Confirm
ROOM SET
ROOM SET
21.3
Fig. 28
21.3
Manual temporary
Cancel
Manual
Confirm
Cancel
Confirm
Fig. 29
1.4
Navigating using the MODE button
Modo: Inverno Progr. automatico - Set 18,0 Cfino alle 11:30
Menu
Mode
MODE
To “select” rows or “modify” values
To “confirm” the selections or modifications
click
Summer Winter
Off
Hot water
Hot water
MAN 50°C
_________________________________
Holiday function
OFF
Function mode
Hot water set
Time Programming
HOLIDAY SCHEDULE
MAN
50°C
[...]
MONTH
08
01
01
YEAR
Hour
2014 07:00
2014 07:00
Enable holiday:
NO
Hot water OFF - Heat. Off (Nofrost active)
Hot water
Hot water
MAN 50°C
Heating
MAN 20.0°C
_______________________________
Holiday function
OFF
DAY
01
Start:
Stop:
Function mode
Hot water set
Time Programming
Heating
MAN
50°C
[...]
Function mode
Set AUTO comfort
Set AUTO reduced
Set MAN
Program. time
Set max flow
HOLIDAY SCHEDULE
MAN
20.0°C
18.0°C
20.0°C
[...]
80°C
DAY
Start:
Stop:
01
08
MONTH
01
01
YEAR
Hour
2014 07:00
2014 07:00
Enable holiday
NO
Hot water OFF - Heat. Off (Nofrost active)
HEATING TIME PROGRAM
Off
MONDAY
Day/s:
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0
2
4
6
8
¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬ ¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬
10
12
14
16
18
20
¬¬¬¬¬¬
22
24
______________________________
[1]04:00-08:00
[2]12:00-14:00
[3]16:00-18:15
[4]20:30-22:30
Fig. 30
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2.1
MAINTENANCE
Adjustments
For the appliance to operate correctly and efficiently it is
recommended that the User calls upon the services of a
Professionally Qualified Technician to carry out ANNUAL
maintenance.
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CAUTION
Maintenance interventions must ONLY be carried out
by professionally qualified personnel who will follow
the indications provided in the INSTALLATION AND
MAINTENANCE MANUAL.
2.2
External cleaning
2.2.1
Cleaning the cladding
When cleaning the cladding, use a cloth dampened with soap
and water or alcohol for stubborn marks.
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IT IS FORBIDDEN
to use abrasive products.
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3.1
DISPOSAL
Disposal of the equipment (European
Directive 2002/96/CE)
Once it reaches the end of its operating life, the equipment
MUST BE RECYCLED in line with current legislation.
It can be handed over to recycling centres, if there are any, or to
retailers that offer this service.
Recycling prevents potential damage to the environment and
health. It allows to recover a number of recyclable materials,
with considerable savings in terms of money and energy.
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IT IS FORBIDDEN
dispose of the product with urban waste.
DESCRIPTION OF THE APPLIANCE
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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4.1Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
4.2 Operation summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
4.2.1Heating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
4.2.2 Domestic Hot Water (DHW) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
4.3 Check and safety devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
4.4Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
4.4.1 Technical data plates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
4.5Structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
4.6 Technical features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
4.6.1 Boiler (gas side) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
4.6.2 Heat pump . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
4.7 Main water circuit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
4.8Sensors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
4.9 Expansion vessel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
4.10 Circulation pump . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
4.11 Boiler control panel (gas side) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
4.12 Heat pump control panel (local) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
4.13 Main control panel (remote) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
4.13.1 Using the buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
4.14 Wiring diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
4.14.1Boiler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
4.14.2 Heat pump . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
4.14.3 Interconnecting the appliance, outdoor probe
and main control panel (remote) . . . . . . . . . 28
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4
4.1
DESCRIPTION OF THE APPLIANCE
Characteristics
Murelle Revolution is an innovative Ccass A++ wall-mounted
boiler designed by SimeSOLELY for space heating and producing
domestic hot water.
The appliance is made up of a latest-generation sealed
condensing gas boiler and a heat pump.
Murelle Revolution can ONLY operate if it is connected to the
outdoor probe supplied with the appliance; if the outdoor
probe is NOT connected, Murelle Revolution will NOT work.
The wall the appliance is mounted to must be able to support its
weight, and preferably be an outside wall, to simplify installing
the air inlet and outlet pipes.
Murelle Revolution can produce water for a heating system to a
temperature of up to 75°C. To obtain maximum performance from
Murelle Revolution, the delivery temperature MUST NOT exceed
65°C and the return temperature must not be above of 45°C.
The main design choices made by Sime for Murelle
Revolutionboilers are:
– use of a sealed boiler with a total pre-mix microflame burner
combined with a steel heat exchanger body and a rapid heat
exchanger for DHW
– use of a modulating circulation pump
– use of a heat pump (HP), which is supported by the boiler to
produce heat, and can operate separately or together with the
boiler, according to the temperature detected by the outdoor
probe
– a Main control panel (remote) which serves both as an
air thermostat and as a command and control device, a
microprocessor, with bus protocol to manage the Murelle
Revolution and related system
– use of a main evaporator with a patented smoke evaporator
in series and a plate heat exchanger to transmit the heat to
the water in the system. This allows the heat pump to operate
with an average COP of 4.
– the option of being connected to air thermostats or chronothermostats for the zone.
The command board also has an internal connection where an
expansion which can control the external relays can be inserted.
Murelle Revolution also has the following functions:
– the anti-freeze function which is activated automatically if
the temperature of the water inside the boiler falls below the
value set under “PAR 10” and if the outdoor temperature falls
below the value set under “PAR 11”
– the anti-blocking function of the pump and diverter valve, this
activates automatically every 24 hours if no request for heat
has been made
– the chimney sweep function lasts 15 minutes and makes the
job of the qualified technician easier when measuring the
parameters and combustion efficiency
– domestic hot water comfort function which allows the time
necessary for the hot water to become available to be reduced
and ensures that the temperature is stable
– screen display of the operating and self-diagnostic
parameters with error code display when the fault occurs.
This makes repair interventions easier and allows appliance
operation to be restored correctly.
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4.2
Operation summary
4.2.1
Heating
When there is a heating request from the main control panel
(MCP) or from an air thermostat for the zone (ATz), where there
are no alarms and where the outdoor temperature is at least
-7°C, the heat pump is activated (HP).
After a set period of time, calculated using an algorithm
according to the current outdoor temperature, the gas boiler
also starts up to help heat the water in the system and respond
to the current request for heat.
When the system water temperature reaches the required value,
also calculated using a specific algorithm for the gas boiler, the
boiler stops and ONLY the heat pump continues to operate, until
the heating request has been satisfied; after which, the heat
pump also stops.
m
CAUTION
If, when there is a heating request, the outdoor
temperature is below -7°C (e.g. - 10°C), only the gas
boiler is activated and the heat pump remains inactive.
4.2.2
Domestic Hot Water (DHW)
When there is a request for DHW, providing there is no heating
request from the air thermostats, the diverter valve prepares to
direct the flow of water towards the plate heat exchanger and
the boiler starts up to respond to the request.
Should there be a request for heat at the same time, the heat
pump stops and the boiler operates as described above. Once
the DHW request has been satisfied, standard heating operation
resumes.
4.3
Check and safety devices
The Murelle Revolution boilers are equipped with the following
check and safety devices:
– thermal safety thermostat 100°C
– 3 bar relief valve
– heating water pressure transducer
– delivery sensor
– DHW sensor
– smoke flue gas probe.
d
IT IS FORBIDDEN
to commission the appliance with safety devices which
do not work or which have been tampered with.
a
WARNING
Safety device may only be replaced by professional
qualified personnel using Sime original spare parts.
4.4
Identification
The Murelle Revolution boilers can be identified by means of:
1 Packaging label: this is located on the outside of the
packaging and provides a code, the serial number of the
boiler and the bar code
2 Energy Efficiency Label: this is positioned on the outside of
the packaging to notify the user of the energy savings and
reduced environmental pollution of the “packet”
3 Heat pump technical data plate: this is located inside the front
panel of the boiler and provides the technical specification,
appliance performance and any other information required
by law.
4 Boiler technical data plate: this is located on the side of
the appliance and provides the technical data, appliance
performance and any other information required by law.
1
1
MURELLE REVOLUTION
2
MURELLE REVOLUTION
A
A
A++
XL
2
XL
X
A
X
Cod. 6244754
3
Fonderie Sime SpA
Legnago VR (Italy) Tel 0442 631111
POMPA DI CALORE ARIA/AQUA PER RISCALDAMENTO
AIR TO WATER HEAT PUMP FOR HEATING SYSTEM
Modello
Matricola
MURELLE REVOLUTION
SM16021614019
Alimentaz. Principale
Frequenza
230V
Potenza Max (W)
1650
Refrigerante
50 Hz
Corr. Max [A]
6,8
Carica Ref. [Kg]
R410a
1,00
Max pres. Frigo.Alta/Bas
Anno
41/27 bar
2016
MADE IN ITALY
4
3
4
Fig. 31
KEY:
1 Packaging label
2 Packet energy efficiency label
3 Heat pump technical data plate
4 Boiler technical data plate
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4.4.1
Technical data plates
Heat Pump Technical Data Plate
Fonderie Sime SpA
Legnago VR (Italy) Tel 0442 631111
POMPA DI CALORE ARIA/AQUA PER RISCALDAMENTO
AIR TO WATER HEAT PUMP FOR HEATING SYSTEM
NAME
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
MAX INPUT
TYPE OF REFRIGERANT
MAX/MIN OPERATING PRESSURE
Modello
Matricola
MURELLE REVOLUTION
SM16021614019
Alimentaz. Principale
Frequenza
230V
50 Hz
Potenza Max (W)
Corr. Max [A]
1650
Refrigerante
6,8
Carica Ref. [Kg]
R410a
1,00
Max pres. Frigo.Alta/Bas
Anno
41/27 bar
2016
SERIAL NUMBER
FREQUENCY
MAX ABSORPTION
REFRIGERANT LOAD
YEAR OF MANUFACTURE
MADE IN ITALY
Boiler Technical Data Plate
NAME
SERIAL NUMBER
YEAR OF MANUFACTURE
WATER CONTENT IN BOILER
TYPE OF GAS
MAX HEAT INPUT
MAX USEFUL OUTPUT (80-60°C)
MAX USEFUL OUTPUT (50-30°C)
MAX OPERATING PRESSURE
D.H.W. CONTENT
TYPE OF GAS
MAX HEAT INPUT
MAX OPERATING PRESSURE
FLOW RATE
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
MAXIMUM ABSORBED POWER
COUNTRY OF INTENDED INSTALLTION
APPLIANCE CATEGORY
GAS CHANGE
BOX TO BE MARKED
IF THE GAS IS CHANGED
APPLIANCE TYPE
CODE
N° PIN
TYPE OF GAS
MIN HEAT INPUT
MIN USEFUL OUTPUT (80-60°C)
MIN USEFUL INPUT (50-30°C)
MAX OPERATING TEMPERATURE
TYPE OF GAS
MIN HEAT INPUT
MAX D.H.W. TEMPERATURE
ELECTRICAL PROTECTION DEGREE
NOx CLASS
GAS COUNCIL NUMBER CODE (UK)
WRAS CERTIFICATION (UK)
APPLIANCE CLASSIFICATION
TYPE OF GAS
SUPPLY PRESSURE
Fig. 32
m
CAUTION
Tampering with, removing or failing to display the identification plate or carrying out any other operation which does not
allow safe identification of the product or which may hinder installation and maintenance operations.
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4.5
Structure
33
32
31
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
30
8
9
10
11
12
29
13
14
28
15
16
27
25
17
24
18
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Air inlet pipe
Gas boiler smoke evaporator
Heat exchanger bleed point
Heat exchanger
Smoke flue gas probe
Combustion chamber door
Oversleeve
Flame viewing window
Ignition/detection electrode
Expansion vessel
Heat safety thermostat
Delivery sensor
19
20
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
21
Fan
Condensate siphon
Diverter valve
System filling unit
Domestic hot water sensor
Boiler control panel (gas side)
Domestic hot water heat exchanger
Gas valve
Automatic bleed valve
HP control panel
Return temperature probe
22
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
26
23
Domestic hot water filter
System relief valve
Boiler drain
System pump
Water pressure transducer
Plate capacitor
Air evaporator
Heat pump air outlet duct
Boiler smoke outlet duct
Boiler/heat pump air inlet duct
Fig. 33
17
9
8
7
6
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
System filling valve
Condensate outlet
Safety valve outlet
Liquid level indicator
Boiler drain
Thermostatic expansion valve
HP by-pass solenoid valve
2
3 4
5
W4
W5
8 HP high pressure switch
9 HP high pressure switch
W4Boiler connector (gas side) – Main
control panel
W5HP-main control panel connector
Fig. 34
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4.6
Technical features
4.6.1
Boiler (gas side)
DESCRIPTION
CERTIFICATIONS
Country of intended installation
Fuel
PIN number
Category
Appliance classification
Class NOx (*)
HEATING PERFORMANCE
HEAT INPUT (**)
Nominal flow (Qn max)
Minimum flow (Qnw min)
HEAT OUTPUT
Nominal (80-60°C) (Pn max)
Nominal (50-30°C) (Pn max)
Minimum G20 (80-60°C) (Pn min)
Minimum G20 (50-30°C) (Pn min)
Minimum G31 (80-60°C) (Pn min)
Minimum G31 (50-30°C) (Pn min)
EFFICIENCY
Max useful efficiency (80-60°C)
Min useful efficiency (80-60°C)
Max useful efficiency (50-30°C)
Min useful efficiency (50-30°C)
Useful efficiency at 30% of load (40-30°C)
Losses after shutdown at 50°C
DOMESTIC HOT WATER PERFORMANCE
Nominal heat input (Qnw max)
Minimum heat input (Qnw min)
Specific D.H.W. flow rate Δt 30°C (EN 13203)
Continuous D.H.W. flow rate (Δt 25°C/Δt 35°C)
Minimum D.H.W. flow rate
Max (PMW) / Min Pressure
ENERGY PERFORMANCE
HEATING
Heating seasonal energy efficiency class
Heating seasonal energy efficiency
Sound power
DOMESTIC HOT WATER
Domestic hot water energy efficiency class
Domestic hot water energy efficiency
Stated domestic hot water profile load
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Power supply voltage
Frequency
Absorbed electrical power (Qn max)
Absorbed electrical power at (Qn min)
Absorbed electrical power in stand-by
Electrical protection degree
COMBUSTION DATA
Smoke temperature at Max/Min flow (80-60°C)
Smoke temperature at Max/Min flow (50-30°C)
Smoke flow Max/Min
CO2 at Max/Min flow rate (G20)
CO2 at Max/Min flow rate (G31)
NOx measured
(*)
(**)
Murelle Revolution
IT – ES – PT – GR – SI – CZ – CH – GB – IE – SK – LT – HR
G20 / G31
1312CR6100
II2H3P
C53 - C63 - C83
6 (< 56 mg/kWh)
kW
kW
20
4
kW
kW
kW
kW
kW
kW
19,7
21,4
3,9
4,3
3,9
4,3
%
%
%
%
%
W
98,5
97,5
107
107,5
107,0
84
kW
kW
l/min
l/min
l/min
bar
kPa
24
4
11,2
13,6 / 9,7
2
7 / 0,5
700 / 50
%
db(A)
A
93
54
%
A
86
XL
V
Hz
W
W
W
IP
230
50
90
68
3,6
X5D
°C
°C
g/s
%
%
mg/kWh
82 / 66
59 / 45
11,2 / 1,9
9,0 / 9,0
10,0 /10,0
35
NOx class according to UNI EN 15502-1:2015
Heat input calculated using the lower heat output (Hi)
19
DESCRIPTION
NOZZLES - GAS
Number of nozzles
Nozzle diameter (G20-G31)
Gas consumption at Max/Min flow rate (G20)
Gas consumption at Max/Min flow rate (G31)
Gas supply pressure (G20/G31)
TEMPERATURE - PRESSURE
Max operating temperature (T max)
Heating adjustment range
Domestic hot water adjustment range
Max operating pressure (PMS)
Water content in boiler
Murelle Revolution
No.
mm
m3/h
Kg/h
mbar
kPa
°C
°C
°C
bar
kPa
l
1
5,3
2,53 / 0,42
1,86 / 0,31
20 / 37
2 / 3,7
75
20÷75
10÷60
3
300
4,65
Lower Heat Output (Hi)
G20 Hi. 9.45 kW/m3 (15°C, 1013 mbar) - G31 Hi. 12.87 kW/kg (15°C, 1013 mbar)
4.6.2
Heat pump
DESCRIPTION
Model
HEATING PERFORMANCE
Heating water maximum temperature
°C
Heating water maximum pressure (DHWMP)
bar
Seasonal efficiency
%
Energy efficiency class of central heating
Nominal power (Qn max)
kW
Refrigerant
Refrigerant load
kg
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Power supply voltage
V
Frequency
Hz
Nominal electrical power
W
Maximum electrical power
Nominal absorption
A
Maximum absorption
Protection rating against humidity and water
IP
penetration
"CONTO ENERGIA TERMICO 2.0" RENEWABLE THERMAL ENERGY INCENTIVE
COP
(*) Value obtained with:
- (*) External temperature = + 7°C
- Heat pump air input/output temperature = 30/35°C.
20
Murelle Revolution
HYSIMO104M
50
3
155
A++
4,0
R-410A
1,15
230
50
1334
1650
6,0
6,8
X5D
4,45 (*)
4.7
Main water circuit
37
29
30
19
1
35
3
26
38
36
39
20
28
17
4
5
6
25
16
18
7
31
8
2
9
11
10
13
22
M
U
32
34
15
24
23
G
33
14
12
21
S3
27
E
R
S
Fig. 35
KEY:
M System delivery
R System return
U Domestic hot water outlet
E Domesti hot water inlet
S Safety valve outlet
G Gas supply
S3 Condensate outlet
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Primary heat exchanger
Domestic hot water sensor
Boiler fan
Thermal safety thermostat
Heating delivery probe
Domestic hot water heat exchanger
Diverter valve
Automatic by-pass
Condensate siphon outlet
Gas valve
Domestic hot water flow meter
Domestic hot water filter
System filling
Gas boiler outlet
System relief valve
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
Pump
Automatic bleed valve
Pressure transducer
System expansion vessel
HP water inlet probe
System delivery valve (on request)
Gas valve (on request)
Domestic hot water inlet valve (on request)
System return valve (on request)
Return temperature probe
HP water outlet temperature probe
Plate heat exchanger
HP ON/OFF compressor
Expansion valve thermal bulb
HP high pressure switch
Liquid level indicator
Thermostatic expansion valve
Filter
Liquid receptacle
Air evaporator
HP high pressure switch
Smoke evaporator
Smoke HP by-pass solenoid valve
HP battery probe
21
4.8
Sensors
4.10
The sensors installed have the following characteristics:
– Dual sensor (thermal safety/output) NTC R25°C; 10kΩ β25°85°C: 3435
– domestic hot water sensor NTC R25°C; 10kΩ β25°-85°C: 3435
– external sensor NTC R25°C; 10kΩ β25°-85°C: 3435
300
Expansion vessel
The expansion vessel installed on the boilers has the following
characteristics:
Description
U/M
Murelle
Revolution
Total capacity
l
kPa
bar
l
l
9,0
100
1,0
5,0
124
Prefilling pressure
Useful capacity
Maximum system content (*)
(*) Conditions of:
Average maximum temperature of the system 85°C
Start temperature at system filling 10°C.
m
CAUTION
– For systems with water content exceeding the
maximum system content (as indicated in the
table) an additional expansion vessel must be
prearranged.
– The difference in height between the relief valve
and the highest point of the system cannot exceed
6 metres. If the difference is greater than 6 metres,
increase the prefilling pressure of the expansion
vessel and the system when cold by 0.1 bar for each
meter increase.
22
600
400
Correspondence of Temperature Detected/Resistance
Examples of reading:
TR=75°C → R=1925Ω
TR=80°C → R=1669Ω.
4.9
RESIDUAL HEAD (mbar)
500
Resistance R (Ω)
TR 0°C 1°C 2°C 3°C 4°C 5°C 6°C 7°C 8°C 9°C
0°C 27279 26135 25044 24004 23014 22069 21168 20309 19489 18706
10°C 17959 17245 16563 15912 15289 14694 14126 13582 13062 12565
20°C 12090 11634 11199 10781 10382 9999 9633 9281 8945 8622
30°C 8313 8016 7731 7458 7196 6944 6702 6470 6247 6033
40°C 5828 5630 5440 5258 5082 4913 4751 4595 4444 4300
50°C 4161 4026 3897 3773 3653 3538 3426 3319 3216 3116
60°C 3021 2928 2839 2753 2669 2589 2512 2437 2365 2296
70°C 2229 2164 2101 2040 1982 1925 1870 1817 1766 1717
80°C 1669 1622 1577 1534 1491 1451 1411 1373 1336 1300
90°C 1266 1232 1199 1168 1137 1108 1079 1051 1024 998
100°C 973
Circulation pump
The flow-head performance curve available for the heating
system is shown in the graph below.
200
100
0
0
200
400
600
800
1000
1200
FLOW (l/h)
Fig. 36
m
CAUTION
The appliance is equipped with a by-pass which
ensures water circulation in the boiler when the
thermostatic valves or cocks are used in the system.
4.11
Boiler control panel (gas side)
The boiler control panel can be used locally ONLY by the
technical assistance service or by an authorised maintenance
technician.
1
2
NOTE: pressing any one of these buttons for more than 30
seconds generates a fault on the display without preventing
boiler operation. The warning disappears when normal
conditions are restored.
2 DISPLAY
“SUMMER”. This symbol appears when the boiler is
l operating
in "Summer" mode or if only the domestic
hot water mode is enabled via the remote control. If the
symbols l and n are flashing, this indicates that the
chimney sweep function is active.
n
“WINTER”. This symbol appears when the boiler is
operating in "Winter" mode or if both the domestic hot
water and heating modes are enabled via the remote
control. With the remote control, if no operating modes
have been enabled both symbols l and n will be off.
“RESET REQUIRED”. The message indicates that after
d having
repaired the fault, normal boiler operation can be
r
Fig. 37
1 FUNCTIONAL BUTTONS
pressed once or more than once for at least 1 second
y Ifduring
normal operation, this button allows the user
to change the boiler operating mode in a cyclical
sequence (Stand-by – Summer – Winter). If the boiler is
experiencing a fault which can be reset, it allows boiler
operation to be unblocked.
r
During normal operation, pressing the button displays
the domestic hot water set point which can be between
10 and 60°C. In "parameter setting", the user can scroll
through the parameter index (decreasing) by pressing
this button.
t
During normal operation, pressing the button displays
the heating set point which can be between 20 and
80°C. In "parameter setting", the user can scroll
through the parameter index (increasing) by pressing
this button.
<
During normal operation, pressing this button allows
the user to reduce the heating or DHW set point on
the basis of the selection made previously. If there is a
Remote Control (Open Therm), after having selected the
heating button, the user can modify the incline of the
climatic curve (decreasing it) by pressing the button (-).
In "parameter setting/display", the user can modify the
parameter setting or value (decreasing) by pressing this
button.
>
During normal operation, pressing this button allows
the user to increase the heating or DHW set point on
the basis of the selection made previously. If there is a
Remote Control (Open Therm), after having selected the
heating button, the user can modify the incline of the
climatic curve (increasing it) by pressing the button (+).
In "parameter setting/display", the user can modify the
parameter setting or value (increasing) by pressing this
button.
t
restored by pressing the button y.
“DOMESTIC HOT WATER”. This symbol is present during
a DHW request or during the "chimney sweep function"
It flashes during the selection of the domestic hot water
set point.
“HEATING”. This symbol lights up during heating
operation or during the "chimney sweep function It
flashes during the selection of the heating set point.
f “BLOCK” DUE TO NO FLAME.
F “FLAME PRESENCE".
“POWER LEVEL". This indicates the power level at which
v the
boiler is operating.
. This indicates that the user may be in
p “PARAMETER"
parameter setting/display, or "info" or "counter", or in
"activated alarms" (history).
. This indicates that a fault has occurred. The
A “ALARM"
number specifies the cause which generated the alarm.
SWEEP". This indicates that the "chimney
z “CHIMNEY
sweep function" has been activated.
SENSOR". This indicates that the external
e “EXTERNAL
sensor has been installed and that the boiler is working
on a sliding temperature.
SYSTEM PRESSURE". Display of heating system
a “HEATING
pressure.
"MAINTENANCE REQUEST". If active, it shows it is time to
c perform
maintenance on the boiler.
c Programming connector cover plug.
23
4.12
Heat pump control panel (local)
The heat pump control panel can be used locally ONLY by the
technical assistance service or by an authorised maintenance
technician.
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
Display
ON/OFF button
Decrease button
Increase button
Settings button
5
Fig. 38
4.13
Main control panel (remote)
The main control panel (MCP) allows all of the necessary adjustments to be made to Murelle Revolution and to the connected systems.
It also serves as a main air thermostat and can therefore be used by all operators, users, authorised maintenance technicians and
the technical service for the operations for which each of these figures is authorised, as described in detail in the relevant sections.
It communicates with the boiler control panel with an unpolarised bus line and OpenTherm protocol, and with the heat pump control
panel with a RS485 polarised ModBus two-wire line.
It is equipped with a dry contact input for remote control, where relevant (GSM-Dialler/WiFi).
12
13
10
8
11
9
14
15
16
7
Zona
Gi 20 Set 2014
10:30
Modo: Inverno Progr. automatico - Set 18,0°C fino alle 11:30
17
Menu
1
Modo
2
6
5
4
3
Fig. 39
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
24
Button (A)
Multifunction encoder
Button (B)
Action carried out by pressing button (B)
Programmed time band
Description of adjustments in course
Measured outdoor temperature
Time
Presence of outdoor probe (OP)
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Date
Measured ambient temperature
Modulation percentage
Flame
Controlled area
Request for heating (rad) or hot water (tap)
Heat pump operating
Action carried out by pressing button (A)
4.13.1 Using the buttons
BUTTON (B)
This allows users to view the “Function mode” screen (e.g.
“Winter”) and then to operate according to what is written above
Esc
to exit and return to
the button on the display (e.g.
the main screen).
With the appliance powered, from the “Main screen”.
Zone
Thu 18 Set 2014
10:30
Off
Summer
Menu
Mode
Fig. 40
Esc
BUTTON (A)
(used mainly by professionally qualified technicians and NOT
by the user)
This allows users to view the “menu” select screen (e.g. Menu
“GENERAL SETTINGS”) and then to operate according to what is
Esc
to exit
written above the button on the display (e.g.
and return to the main screen.
Winter
Hot water
Heating
Holiday function
Off
MAN 40°C
MAN 20.0°C
OFF
Back
Fig. 44
m
CAUTION
For more information, please see "Commissioning".
MENU
GENERAL SETTINGS
INFORMATION
TECHNICAL
Esc
[...]
[...]
[...]
Back
Fig. 41
MULTIFUNCTION ENCODER
If turned,
allows the user to scroll through and select the
“Menu/rows” or the “Function mode”, or to change the values in
the selected field.
In “Summer” mode, the DHW temperature can be adjusted.
In “Winter” mode, the DHW can be adjusted in relation to the
heating and the “Holiday function”.
MENU
GENERAL SETTINGS
INFORMATION
TECHNICAL
Esc
MENU
[...]
[...]
[...]
GENERAL SETTINGS
INFORMATION
TECHNICAL
Back
Esc
[...]
[...]
[...]
Back
Fig. 42
If pressed, click confirms the selection and takes the user to
the submenus (e.g. “LANGUAGE” or “Hot water”) or confirms the
modified value or entry.
MENU
GENERAL SETTINGS
INFORMATION
TECHNICAL
Esc
GENERAL SETTINGS
[...]
[...]
[...]
Back
Language
Date and time
Visualization
Factory settings
Esc
ENG
[...]
[...]
[...]
Back
Winter
Hot water
Heating
Holiday function
Esc
MAN 40°C
MAN 20.0°C
OFF
Back
Fig. 43
25
4.14
Wiring diagrams
4.14.1 Boiler
RED
BLACK
BLUE
BLUE
BROWN
BLUE
PI
BROWN
SR
V
BROWN
SE
BLUE
BLACK
GREEN
RED
TPA
EV
RED
CN15
CN14
SF
RED
BLACK
CN1
F
CN2
BLUE
CN11
CN17
TRA
BLUE
BLACK
GREEN
CD. 6324920
EAR
RED
CN4
CN3
SM
BLACK
CN13
BLUE
CN12
RED
N
VCC
GND
OUT
5V
RED
RED
BLACK
BLACK
GREEN
GREEN
L
FLM
IN
SS
BLUE
GND
BROWN
GREEN
WHITE
3 BLACK
RED
ORANGE
2
4 3 2 1
TA2
GREEN
VD
TS
TFU
CN5
CN6
BLUE
YELLOW - GREEN (#)
BROWN
OT
BLUE
GREEN
W4
TA TASE SE
LLine
NNeutral
VD
Diverter valve
PI
System pump
SR
Return Probe
SE
External sensor
SS
Domestic hot water sensor
TA2
Air thermostat for the zone
TPA
Pressure transducer
FLM
Flow meter
VFan
F
Fuse (3.15AT)
SF
Smoke flue gas probe
TS
Safety thermostat
SM
Delivery sensor
TFU
Thermal fuse
EAR
Ignition / Detection electrode
TRA
Ignition transformer
OT
OpenTherm communication
W4
Boiler connector (gas side) – Main control
panel
Fig. 45
26
4.14.2 Heat pump
BLACK
BLACK
BY-PASS
V1
SCV
WHITE
BROWN
BLUE
BLUE
4 3 21
BLACK
BLACK
SRI
BLACK
BLACK
SMI
BLACK
BLACK
BROWN
P1
P2
BLUE
N2
F2
A01
GND
N2
N01
IN1
IN2
IN3
IN10
IN9
GND
BLUE
GREY
BLACK
COMP
N
L
IG POC
24V
COND
V=
V=
NO1
NO2
CO1/2
NO3
CO3/4
CO3/4
NO4
CC4
RED
BLACK
BLACK
BLUE
F1
BLACK
V1
Heat pump fan
BY-PASS By-pass solenoid valve
FCP
Fan check probe
SRP
System return probe
SDP
System delivery probe
P1
High pressure switch
P2
Low pressure switch
COMPCompressor
CAPCapacitor
W5
HP-main control panel connector
24V
F1
F2
HP MS
REG
W5
W5
BLUE
W5
N
G
A N B 24 24
+ D - + -
BROWN
BLUE
YELLOW - GREEN
BROWN
L
BLUE
YELLOW
BLACK
(#)
RS485
REG
YELLOW - GREEN
BLUE
GND
DATA
+12
B/GND
A/+
A01
A02
GNDIN1
IN2
IN10
IN3
IN9
IN4
IN8
IN5
IN7
IN6
GND
*12V
5VS
GND
OC1
F2
BROWN
BLUE
230 V - 50 Hz
Main control panel (remote) 24V power
supply
Fuse (2AT)
Fuse (500mAT)
Heat pump cut-off
Heat pump regulator
HP-main control panel connector
HP-main control panel connector
Fig. 46
27
4.14.3 Interconnecting the appliance, outdoor probe and main control panel (remote)
The connections below should be made by the installer and must be prepared before installing the main control panel (remote), See "
Mounting the main control panel (remote)".
W4
W5
G
A N B 24 24
+ D - + -
OT OTSE SE
Pcp
SE
5 6 7 8
- +
B- RS485
A+ RS485
24V
24V
1 2 3 4
OT
Unpolarised cable
GSM
Shielded polarised cable
SE
OT
GSM
MCP
W4
W5
External sensor
OpenTherm communication
Phone dialler (optional)
Main control panel
Boiler connector (gas side) – Main control panel
HP-main control panel connector
Fig. 47
m
CAUTION
Users must:
– Use an omnipolar cut-off switch, disconnect switch
in compliance with EN Standards
– Respect the connections L (Live) - N (Neutral)
– Ensure that the special power cable is only replaced
with a cable ordered as a spare part and connected
by professionally qualified personnel
– Connect the earth wire to an effective earthing
system. The manufacturer is not responsible for any
damage caused by failure to earth the appliance or
failure to observe the information provided in the
wiring diagrams.
28
d
IT IS FORBIDDEN
To use water pipes for earthing the appliance.
INSTALLATION AND SERVICING INSTRUCTIONS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
5INSTALLATION
30
5.1 Receiving the product . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
5.2 Dimensions and weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
5.3Handling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
5.4 Installation room . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
5.5 New installation or installation of a replacement
appliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
5.6 Cleaning the system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
5.7 Water system treatment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
5.8 Boiler installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
5.9 Plumbing connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
5.9.1 Plumbing accessories (optional) . . . . . . . . . 33
5.10 Condensate outlet/collection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
5.11 Gas supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
5.12 Smoke outlet and air inlet (combustion/heat pump) . . . 34
5.12.1 Coaxial ducts (Ø 160/200 mm) for air inlet/
outlet (combustion/heat pump) . . . . . . . . . . 34
5.12.2 Holes for air inlet/outlet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
5.12.3 Fitting the air ducts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
5.12.4 Smoke outlet (Ø 80 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
5.13 Mounting the main control panel (remote) . . . . . . . . . . . 36
5.14 Electrical connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
5.14.1 External sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
5.14.2 Chrono-thermostat or air thermostat for the
zone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
5.14.3 EXAMPLE of use of the command/control
device on some types of heating systems . . 40
5.15 Refilling or emptying . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
5.15.1 REFILL operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
5.15.2 EMPTYING operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
6COMMISSIONING
7MAINTENANCE
60
7.1Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
7.2 External cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
7.2.1 Cleaning the cladding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
7.3 Cleaning the inside of the appliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
7.3.1 Removing components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
7.3.2 Cleaning the burner and the combustion
chamber . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
7.3.3 Checking the ignition/detection electrode . . 61
7.3.4 Cleaning the smoke exchanger . . . . . . . . . . 62
7.3.5 Final operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
7.3.6 Cleaning the heat pump . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
7.4Checks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
7.4.1 Checking the smoke duct . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
7.4.2 Checking the expansion vessel pressure . . . 62
7.5 Unscheduled maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
7.6 Malfunction codes and possible solutions . . . . . . . . . . . 63
8
MURELLE REVOLUTION CHECKLIST
9 PRODUCT DATA SHEET
65
66
43
6.1 Preliminary operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
6.2 Before commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
6.2.1 Self-calibrating procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
6.3 Main control panel display and settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
6.3.1 Settings using the MODE button . . . . . . . . . . 44
6.3.2 Navigating using the MODE button . . . . . . . 46
6.3.3 Settings using the MENU button . . . . . . . . . 47
6.3.4 Navigating using the MENU button . . . . . . . 52
6.4 Parameter setting and display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
6.5 Fault / malfunction codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
6.6 Display of operating data and counters . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
6.7Checks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
6.7.1 Chimney sweeper function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
6.8 Domestic hot water comfort function (preheating) . . . . 59
6.9 Gas conversion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
29
5
INSTALLATION
m
CAUTION
The appliance must be installed by the Sime Technical
Service only, or by a qualified professional.
5.1
Receiving the product
H1
Murelle Revolution is delivered in a single unit protected by
H2
cardboard packaging.
H
L
P
Fig. 49
5.3
Fig. 48
The plastic bag found inside the packaging contains the
following:
– Installation, use and maintenance manual
– Certificate of warranty
– Hydrostatic test certificate
– System booklet
– External sensor
– Main control panel (remote)
– Bag with expansion plugs
– Boiler and heat pump energy labels
– Anti-vibration and spacer panels
– Paper template for boiler installation.
Handling
During transportation, the boiler must be kept in a vertical
position, and knocks against walls or hard surfaces should be
avoided.
d
IT IS FORBIDDEN
Position the appliance horizontally or on its side.
YES
d
IT IS FORBIDDEN
Do not leave packaging material around or near
children since it could be dangerous. Dispose of it as
prescribed by legislation in force.
5.2
Dimensions and weight
Description
W (mm)
D (mm)
H (mm)
H1 (mm)
H2 (mm)
Weight (kg)
30
Murelle Revolution
600
391
900
82,5
71
103
NO
NO
Fig. 50
Once the packaging has been removed, the appliance can be
handled manually, lifting it by gripping the points indicated in
the figure.
NO!
5.4
Installation room
The room where the appliance is to be installed must comply
with the technical regulations and legislation in force. No
aeration vents are required because the approved installation
is ONLY “TYPE C”.
The minimum temperature of the installation room must NOT
be lower than -5 °C.
APPROXIMATE MINIMUM DISTANCES
≥5
0m
m
≥5
00
mm
Fig. 51
d
IT IS FORBIDDEN
To grip the appliance casing. Hold the "solid" parts of
the appliance such as the base and structural frame.
a
WARNING
A
When moving the appliance and removing the
packaging, the user must:
– respect the maximum weight restrictions for lifting per
person
– use suitable tools and safety devices.
A The necessary height for plumbing and gas
connections is decided during installation.
Fig. 52
5.5
New installation or installation of a
replacement appliance
When Murelle Revolution boilers are installed on old systems
or systems requiring updating, it is recommended the installer
checks that:
– the connecting flue pipe is suitable for the combustion
temperature of the appliance, calculated and manufactured in
compliance with Standards, that it is as straight as possible,
air tight, isolated, with no obstructions or restriction and
that it has appropriate condensate collection and evacuation
systems
– the electrical system has been manufactured in compliance
with specific Standards and by professionally qualified
personnel
– the fuel delivery line and the tank (LPG) comply fully with
specific Standards
– the expansion vessel ensures total absorption of the fluid
dilation in the system
– the pump flow-head performance is sufficient for the system
characteristics
– the system is clean, free of any sludge, deposits, de aerated
and air tight. For system cleaning, please refer to the relevant
paragraph.
m
CAUTION
The manufacturer declines all liability for any damage
caused by an incorrect implementation of the smoke
outlet or for an excessive use of additives.
31
5.6
Cleaning the system
70
Before installing the appliance on a newly constructed system or
replacing a heat generator on an existing system, it is important
that the system is thoroughly cleaned to remove sludge, slag,
dirt, residue etc.
Before removing an old heat generator from an existing system,
it is recommended that the user:
– puts a descaling additive into the water system
– allows the system to work with the generator active for a few
days
– drains the dirty water from the system and flushes the system
with clean water once or more than once.
If the old generator has already been removed or is not available,
replace it with a pump to circulate water in the system and then
proceed as described above.
Once cleaning operations have been carried out and before
installing the new appliance, it is recommended that a fluid
is added to the water system to protect it from corrosion and
deposits.
2
70
914
1
m
CAUTION
For further information on the type of additive and
usage, please contact the appliance manufacturer.
When filling and restoring the system it is good practice to use
water with:
– aspect: clear if possible
– pH: 6÷8
– hardness: < 25°f.
If the water characteristics are different from those indicated, it
is recommended that a safety filter is used on the water delivery
pipe to retain impurities, and a chemical treatment system to
protect against possible deposits and corrosion which could
affect boiler operation.
If the systems are only low temperature systems, it is
recommended that a product is used to prevent the development
of bacteria.
In any case, please refer to and comply with Legislation and
specific Technical Standards in force.
Then:
– mark the two points where the holes are to be made to insert
suitable expansion plugs that support the weight of the boiler
– mark the points where the holes (Ø 164 mm) are to be made
to pass the air inlet and outlet and smoke outlet pipes through
Ø160/200
Ø80
Ø160/200
82,5
Water system treatment
71
5.7
Fig. 53
330
m
165
165
172
208
135
135
208
Boiler installation
Before mounting the Murelle Revolution boiler on the wall, check
that:
– the wall is solid enough to support the weight
– the required minimum clearance zones are respected
– it is an outside wall or one which allows the user to respect
the maximum length of the air inlet and outlet pipes (Ø =
160/200 mm) (6 metres in total)
– the smoke outlet allows the user to respect the maximum
length of the pipe (maximum permitted load loss)
– the water and gas supplies are easily accessible.
391
5.8
Fig. 54
CAUTION
Attach the four circular spacers (1) supplied in front of
and behind the fittings (2).
– mount the boiler safely on the wall.
m
CAUTION
– The height of the boiler is to be such that disassembly
and maintenance interventions are facilitated.
– The manufacturer is not responsible for any damage
to people, animals or objects following incorrect
mounting of the appliance.
32
5.9
Plumbing connections
5.10
The plumbing connections have the following characteristics
and dimensions.
Condensate outlet/collection
In order to collect the condensate, it is recommended that:
– the appliance condensate outlets and the smoke outlet are
ducted
– a neutralising device is prearranged
– the outlet incline is >3%.
m
CAUTION
– The condensate outlet duct must be airtight,
suitably sized to that of the siphon and must not be
restricted at any point.
– The condensate outlet must be constructed in full
compliance of the National or Local regulations in
force.
– Before commissioning the appliance, fill the siphon
with water.
5.11
Gas supply
Murelle Revolution boilers leave the factory prearranged for gas
64,5
150
Sc
Sc
61 65 65 65 65
210
M U G E R
600
Fig. 55
Description
M - System delivery
R - System return
U - Domestic hot water output
E - Domestic hot water inlet
G - Gas supply
Sc - Condensate outlet
Murelle Revolution
Ø 3/4" G
Ø 3/4" G
Ø 1/2" G
Ø 1/2" G
Ø 3/4" G
Ø 20 mm
a
WARNING
Once installation has been completed, check that
the joints are air tight as indicated in the installation
Standards.
m
CAUTION
It is recommended that the gas line has a suitable
filter.
m
CAUTION
a
WARNING
You must fit a filter on the system return pipe.
5.9.1
G20 and can also work with G31 without the need for any type
of mechanical conversion. Simply select parameter"03" (see “
Parameter setting and display") and set the type of gas to be
used.
If changing the type of gas to be used, carry out the entire
appliance "COMMISSIONING" phase.
Boiler connection to the gas mains must be carried out in full
compliance with installation Standards in force.
Before connecting the boiler to the gas mains, the user must
ensure that:
– the type of gas is correct for the appliance
– the pipes are clean
– the gas supply pipe is the same dimension as or greater than
that of the boiler fitting (G3/4") and with a load loss less than
or equal to that contemplated between the gas mains and the
boiler.
Plumbing accessories (optional)
If the gas supply is changed from G20 to G31, mark the
box on the TECHNICAL DATA PLATE.
G31 - 37 mbar
X
To facilitate plumbing and gas connections to the systems, the
accessories as shown in the table below are available and are to
be ordered separately from the boiler.
DESCRIPTION
Curve kit
Cocks kit
Wall mount replacement kit for
other makers
Polyphosphate dosing kit
Dosing recharge kit
CODE
8075418
8091806
8093900
8101700
8101710
NOTE: kit instructions are supplied with the accessory itself or
are to be found on the packaging.
33
5.12
Smoke outlet and air inlet (combustion/
heat pump)
m
WARNINGS
– The smoke flue and the connection to the flue pipe
must be in compliance with the national and local
Standards and Legislation in force.
– The use of rigid ducts which are resistant to
temperature, condensate, mechanical stress and
are air-tight is compulsory.
– Outlet ducts which are not isolated are a risk of
danger.
m
WARNINGS
Murelle Revolution boilers must be installed and used
with smoke outlet ducts and combustion/heat pump air
inlet ducts fitted as specified below. If installed outside
in a partially protected place, the basic configuration with
a 90° elbow and inlet/outlet terminal is still required as
a minimum.
Permitted outlets
5.12.1 Coaxial ducts (Ø 160/200 mm) for air inlet/
outlet (combustion/heat pump)
Coaxial ducts (Ø 160/200 mm) are used for the combustion air
inlet and also for the heat pump inlet/outlet. A space is required
between the two ducts to prevent condensation from forming.
2
1
Fig. 58
C53
C63
KEY:
1 Combustion/heat pump air inlet
2 Heat pump air outlet
Air coaxial accessories
Code
Ø 160/200 mm
Description
C83
C53
Separate wall or roof inlet and outlet in different
pressure areas.
C83
Outlet in single or shared flue or with inlet on
wall.
Fig. 56
Extension MF PP Ø 160/200
L=1000
Extension MF PP Ø 160/200
L=500
Elbow Ø 160/200 90° PP MUR.
REV
Elbow Ø 160/200 45° PP MUR.
REV
Inlet/outlet terminal MUR.
REVOL.
8077360
8077361
8089930
8089931
8089550
Load loss - Equivalent lengths
Leq (linear metres)
Ø 160/200 mm
1,5
1
Model
m
WARNINGS
When the smoke outlet is wall mounted, the smoke
outlet duct must be positioned at least 500 mm above
the air duct.
90° curve
45° curve
Maximum lengths of straight tracks
2
Model
1
Murelle Revolution
Duct length Ø 160/200
L Horizontal
H Vertical (m)
(m) (*)
(*)
Inlet
Outlet
Inlet
Outlet
3
3
4
4
(*) The max. length of the straight track already includes a
90° elbow. Any shortening of one of the two tracks DOES NOT
PERMIT equal lengthening of the other.
Fig. 57
34
5.12.2 Holes for air inlet/outlet
Two holes are required for the appliance in the wall to channel
the air inlet (1) and outlet (2) pipes outside.
≈3°
2
1
Ø164
Fig. 61
a
WARNING
When making the holes for channelling the inlet and
outlet pipes outside, the majority of the material may
be expelled outside; it is therefore important to check
that it does not hit people or objects below as it falls.
To avoid damaging the external plastering as far as
possible, take extra care in the final stages of making
the hole.
m
CAUTION
Fig. 59
– Carefully mark the centre of the holes to be made
Ø80
5.12.3 Fitting the air ducts
Ø160/200
82,5
71
Ø160/200
330
165
2
135
4
1
3
208
172
165
– Cut the pipe (1) so that M1 = space between the wall and the
elbow (A) + approximately 45 mm (insertion length of the pipe
(1) in the elbow (3))
– cut the pipe (2) so that M2 = 160 + wall thickness (B) + space
between the wall and the elbow (A) + approximately 60 mm
(insertion length of the pipe (2) in the elbow (3))
– insert the rings (4) inside the pipe (1), then the pipe (1) in the
elbow (3) and the assembled unit in the support (5)
– install the pipe (2), from the outside, until it is fully inserted
in the elbow (3).
M1
M2
391
208
135
The manufacturer is not responsible for any damage
to people, animals or objects following incorrect
installation of the air inlet and outlet system.
M1
M2
Fig. 60
1
160
3
Given the substantial size of the holes to be made in the wall,
we recommended that suitable equipment (a core drill) be used,
together with a suction system to limit the amount of dust and
rubble.
m
CAUTION
The holes for channelling the inlet and outlet pipes
outside must be slightly inclined downwards, to
prevent any water coming in through the ducts.
2
B
6
A
5
Fig. 62
NB.: Ensure that the opening (6) is completely free so that any
rain water can be drained.
35
5.12.4 Smoke outlet (Ø 80 mm)
Example calculation of the load loss of a smoke outlet for a
Murelle Revolution boiler.
(installation permitted since the total of the load loss of the
accessories used is less than 15 mm H2O).
1
Accessories Ø 80 mm
Extension W. 1000 mm
(horizontal)
Extension W. 1000 mm
(horizontal)
90° curve
90° curve
Wall terminal
Fig. 63
To assemble the smoke outlet, the accessories chosen from the
table must be connected up.
m
90° curve M-F (6 pieces)
Extension W. 1000 mm (6
pieces)
Extension W. 500 mm (6
pieces)
Wall outlet terminal
Internal and external ring nut
kit
45° curve M-F (6 pieces)
Roof outlet terminal
Condensate recovery
Code
Diameter Ø 80 (mm)
8077450
8077351
8077350
8089501
8077351
7
-
1,05
8077351
7
7 x 0,15
1,05
8077450
8077450
8089501
2
2
2
2 x 0,25
0,25
0,40
0,50
0,35
3,35
5.13
Description
Quantity
TOTAL
KEY:
1 Smoke outlet fitting
Accessories
Load loss (mm
H2O)
Outlet
Total
Code
Mounting the main control panel (remote)
CAUTION
Before mounting the main control panel on the wall,
the cables below must be prepared; these cables will
then be connected to the terminals inside the control
panel itself:
– Mod-Bus communication cable
– 24 V power cable 2 x 0.75 mm2
– OpenTherm communication cable
– communication cable required to use a phone dialler
for remote management, where relevant.
– Remove the main control panel from the packaging
– use a screwdriver to push the fastening tab (1) to release
the base (2) from the user interface (3), making sure that the
screwdriver does not penetrate it
8091500
8077451
8091204
8093300
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CAUTION
– The maximum length of the smoke outlet duct is
determined by the load loss of the single accessories
used and should not be more than 15 mm H2O.
3
Load loss accessory Ø 80 mm
Load loss (mm
H2O)
Description
90° curve MF
45° curve MF
Horizontal extension W. 1000
mm
Vertical extension W. 1000 mm
Wall terminal
Roof outlet terminal
Code
Murelle
Revolution
8077450
8077451
Outlet
0,25
0,15
8077351
0,15
8077351
8089501
8091204
0,15
0,25
0,10
2 1
Fig. 64
– separate the two parts
Fig. 65
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– connect the OpenTherm (OT) communication cables to the
terminal (4)
– connect the communication cables that may be required to
use a phone dialler for remote management to the terminal
(5)
– connect the ModBus RS485 communication cables to the
terminal (6)
– connect the 24 V power cables (2 x 0.75 mm2) to the terminal
(7)
Electrical connections
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CAUTION
The maintenance interventions described must ONLY
be carried out the professionally qualified personnel.
The installer should make the following electrical connections:
– connecting the wired power cable, supplied with the boiler, to
the 230V~50Hz mains
– connecting the outdoor probe, supplied with the appliance, to
the specific connector on the boiler
– connecting the specific connector on the boiler to the
terminals on the main control panel.
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CAUTION
7
6
4
5.14
5
Fig. 66
– secure the base (2) to the wall using the screws (8) and the
plugs (9) supplied with the main control panel
9
It is compulsory:
– to use an omnipolar cut-off switch, disconnect
switch in compliance with EN Standards
– if the power cable is to be replaced, that ONLY
a special cable is used with a factory produced
re-wired connector, ordered as a spare part and
connected by a professionally qualified person
– to connect the earth wire to an effective earthing
system (*)
– that before any intervention on the boiler, the mains
power is disconnected by setting the main system
switch to "OFF".
(*) The manufacturer is not responsible for any damage
caused by failure to earth the appliance or failure to
observe the information provided in the wiring diagrams.
d
IT IS FORBIDDEN
To use water pipes for earthing the appliance.
2
8
Fig. 67
– refit the user interface (3) on the base (2), hooking the tab (1)
on correctly.
The boiler is equipped with a ready wired power cable which is
to be connected to a 230V~50 Hz network.
If this cable needs to be replaced, an original spare must be
requested from Sime.
DESCRIPTION
Power cable (dedicated)
CODE
6127260
2
3
Fig. 68
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CAUTION
Make sure that there is no excess cable between the
base (2) and the user interface (3).
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5.14.1 External sensor
Murelle Revolution requires an outdoor probe. This is supplied
and MUST be connected because the boiler uses the outdoor
temperature detected to operate.
– press the click encoder to access the modifiable area. The
following screen is displayed:
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CAUTION
CONFIRM REQUEST
The boiler CANNOT FUNCTION unless the outdoor probe
is installed.
Confirm operation?
Climatic curve
Cancel
Delivery temperature
Fig. 72
°C
90
– press the
80
75
70
65
60
Confirm
K=9 K=8 K=7 K=6 K=5
K=4
Confirm
button to access the submenus
K=3
TECHNICAL
State hybrid operation
Zone heating
Ht-boiler adjust. param.
Hot water
Boiler parameters
ˆ
Esc
K=2
50
40
K=1
[...]
[...]
[...]
[...]
[...]
Back
30
Fig. 73
20
10
0
30
– turn the
20
10
0
-10
-20
°C
-30
External temperature
k=4 Factory settings
TECHNICAL
Zone heating
Ht-boiler adjust. param.
Hot water
Boiler parameters
Advanced parameters Ht
ˆ
Esc
Fig. 69
Procedure for selecting the climatic curve
To select the preferred climatic curve:
– from the “Main screen” on the main control panel (MCP)
Zone
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encoder to select the “Zone heating” submenu
10:30
[...]
[...]
[...]
[...]
[...]
Back
Fig. 74
– Press the
area
click encoder to access the modifiable parameters
Off
Zone heating
Menu
Mode
Fig. 70
– Press the
screen
– turn the
Menu
button to view the “Menu” selection
NO
YES
YES
YES
4.0
BACK
Fig. 75
encoder to select the “TECHNICAL” menu
MENU
GENERAL SETTINGS
INFORMATION
TECHNICAL
Esc
[...]
[...]
[...]
Back
Fig. 71
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Req. from ext. TA
Room probe run
Room probe modul.
Ext. probe modul.
Weather comp.curve
ˆ
Esc
– turn the
encoder to select the “Climatic curve ” row
Summer
NO
YES
YES
YES
4.0
Off
Winter
Hot water
Heating
Holiday function
Zone heating
Req. from ext. TA
Room probe run
Room probe modul.
Ext. probe modul.
Weather comp.curve
ˆ
Esc
MAN 40°C
MAN 20.0°C
OFF
Esc
Back
Fig. 79
BACK
Fig. 76
– Press the
– Press the
encoder to confirm the highlighted “Row”
and access the modifiable parameters.
– press the
“Rows”.
Zone heating
Req. from ext. TA
Room probe run
Room probe modul.
Ext. probe modul.
Weather comp.curve
ˆ
Esc
– turn the
NO
YES
YES
YES
4.0
click encoder to confirm and access the “Rows”.
encoder to select “Heating”.
encoder to confirm “Heating” and access the
Summer
BACK
Fig. 77
Off
Winter
Hot water
Heating
Holiday function
MAN 40°C
MAN 20.0°C
OFF
Esc
Back
Fig. 80
– turn the
encoder to select the preferred climatic curve
(from 1 to 9) according to the system requirements
– press the
– press the
encoder to confirm the selection
Esc
button to go back to the “Main screen”.
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CAUTION
– Turn the
encoder to select “Function mode”.
– Press the click encoder to confirm the “Function mode” and
go to the modifiable area.
The submenu“Hybrid func. status” is read-only.
Heating
Function Mode
Set AUTO comfort
Set AUTO reduced
Set MAN
Program. Time
5.14.2 Chrono-thermostat or air thermostat for the
zone
The chrono-thermostat or air thermostat for the zone must
be connected to terminals AT2 on the boiler control panel (gas
side).
Esc
MAN
20.0°C
18.0°C
20.0°C
[...]
Back
Fig. 81
To set the MULTIZONE system configuration, operate the main
control panel as described below.
– Turn the
From the “Main screen”:
– Press the
Zone
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encoder to select “OFF”.
click encoder to confirm.
10:30
Heating
Function Mode
Set AUTO comfort
Set AUTO reduced
Set MAN
Program. Time
Off
Menu
Mode
Fig. 78
Esc
MAN
20.0°C
18.0°C
20.0°C
[...]
Back
Fig. 82
Mode
– Press the
selection screen.
– Turn the
button to view the “Function mode”
encoder to select "Winter" mode.
Esc
– Press the
button to complete the modification
and return to the “Main screen”.
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From the “Main screen”:
Zone
– Press the
area
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click encoder to access the modifiable parameters
10:30
Zone heating
Off
Menu
Mode
Fig. 83
– Press the
screen
– turn the
Req. from ext. TA
Room probe run
Room probe modul.
Ext. probe modul.
Weather comp.curve
ˆ
Esc
NO
YES
YES
YES
4.0
BACK
Fig. 87
button to view the “Menu” selection
Menu
encoder to select the “TECHNICAL” menu
MENU
GENERAL SETTINGS
INFORMATION
TECHNICAL
encoder to change the settings as
Req. from ext. TA
Req. with room probe
Mod. with room probe
Mod. with ext. probe
[...]
[...]
[...]
Esc
– Press and turn the
specified below.
YES
NO
NO
YES
Back
Fig. 84
Zone heating
– press the click encoder to access the modifiable area. The
following screen is displayed:
Req. from ext. TA
Room probe run
Room probe modul.
Ext. probe modul.
ˆ
Esc
YES
NO
NO
YES
BACK
Fig. 88
CONFIRM REQUEST
Esc
– Press the
button to complete the modification
and return to the “Main screen”.
Confirm operation?
Cancel
Confirm
Fig. 85
– Press the
– Turn the
Confirm
button to access the submenus.
encoder to select the “Zone heating” submenu.
The main control panel (MCP) then becomes a simple system
operator with the relevant operating logic, and requests for heat
for each zone are managed by the individual chrono-thermostats
or ambient thermostats.
5.14.3 EXAMPLE of use of the command/control device
on some types of heating systems
TECHNICAL
Zone heating
Ht-boiler adjust. param.
Hot water
Boiler parameters
Advanced parameters Ht
ˆ
Esc
[...]
[...]
[...]
[...]
[...]
Back
Fig. 86
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KEY
M
System delivery
R
System return
MCP
Main control panel (remote)
SE
External sensor
ATz1-ATz3
Air thermostat for the zone
VZ1-VZ3 Zone valves
RL1-RL3Zone relays
P1-P3 Zone pump
SP
Hydraulic separator
ONE DIRECT ZONE system.
5.15
Refilling or emptying
Before carrying out the operations described below, make sure
that the main system switch is set to “ON”; after a few seconds,
the main display will show on the Main control panel, and the
pressure level in the system during refilling can be displayed.
SE
M
R
ON
Pcp
Zone
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Off
Menu
1.1 bar
Mode
Fig. 92
Fig. 89
Mode
Press the
button and check that the appliance
function mode is set to OFF.
MULTI ZONE system – with pump and air thermostat.
TAz1
10:30
TAz3
TAz2
Off
Pcp
SE
TA2
RL2
RL3
M R
Esc
P1
P2
Back
P3
Fig. 93
SP
If it is not OFF, turn the
Fig. 90
MULTI ZONE system – with zone valve and air thermostats.
press the
encoder to select OFF mode and
click button to confirm.
5.15.1 REFILL operations
The Murelle Revolution boilers are not equipped with a filling
valve which must be prearranged on the system return. The
procedure is described below.
Pcp
TA2
SE
M R
TAz1
VZ1
TAz2
VZ2
Remove the front panel:
if the front panel has not already been removed, open the two
catches (1), unscrew the two screws (2), pull the front panel (3)
forwards and release it from the top by lifting it.
TAz3
VZ3
3
Fig. 91
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CAUTION
Set the parameter "tS 17 = DELAY SYSTEM PUMP
ACTIVATION to allow the opening of zone valve Vz.
2
2
1
Fig. 94
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Domestic hot water circuit:
– open the isolation valves of the domestic hot water circuit (if
present)
– open one or more than one hot water valve to fill and bleed the
domestic hot water circuit
– once bleeding has been completed, close the hot water valves.
5.15.2 EMPTYING operations
Heating circuit:
– open the isolation and air bleeding valves in the highest points
of the system
– loosen the automatic bleed valve (4)
– open the isolation valves of the heating circuit (if present)
– Open the filling valve (5)
– Fill until the water overflows from the air bleeding valves and
shut off the valves again
– close the automatic bleed valve (4)
– Continue filling until the pressure reaches 1-1.2 bar as shown
on the display
– Close the filling valve (5)
– check that there is no air in the system by bleeding all the
radiators and the circuit on the high points of the system
Boiler:
– loosen the automatic bleed valve (4)
– close the heating circuit isolation valves (prearranged in
installation)
– check that the filling valve (5) is shut-off
– connect a rubber hose to the boiler drain valve (6) and open it
– when it has fully emptied, close the drain valve (6)
– close the automatic bleed valve (4).
Domestic hot water circuit:
– close the domestic hot water circuit isolation valve
(prearranged in installation)
– open one or more than one hot water valve to fill and bleed the
domestic hot water circuit.
5
5
4
Fig. 95
NOTE: to completely remove all air from the system, it is
recommended that this operation is repeated a number of times.
– check the pressure on the display and if necessary top up until
the correct pressure reading appears
– fill the siphon disconnecting it from the pipe or using (by
means of) the smoke take-off point.
Refit the front panel of the boiler hooking it on at the top, pushing
it forwards and securing it by first closing the catches (1) and
then tightening the screws (2) which were removed previously.
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6
4
Fig. 96
6
COMMISSIONING
6.1
Preliminary operations
Before commissioning the appliance, check that:
– the type of gas is correct for the appliance
– the gas isolation valves for the heating system and the water
system are open
– the siphon has been filled.
6.2
– the type of gas for which the boiler has been calibrated, "nG"
(methane) or "LG" (LPG,) will appear followed by the power.
After this the correct representation of the symbols will be
checked and finally "- -"will appear on the display
Before commissioning
After having carried out the preliminary operations, follow the
procedure below, in order, to start the boiler:
– Set the main system switch to “ON”; after a few seconds, the
“Main screen” is shown on the display
ON
Zone
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Off
Menu
10:30
– check that the system pressure as shown on the pressure
gauge when the system is cold , is between 1 and 1.2 bar
– press the button Y once for at least 1 second to select
"SUMMER mode" l. the value of the delivery sensor
detected at that moment will appear on the display
1.1 bar
Mode
Fig. 97
Mode
– press the
select screen
encoder to select a mode (e.g. “Summer”)
– Turn the
– Press the
button to access the “Function mode”
click encoder to confirm
Summer
Hot water
Holiday function
Esc
Off
Winter
6.2.1
Self-calibrating procedure
Carry out the "Automatic self-calibrating procedure" as follows:
– press button r and set the DOMESTIC HOT WATER SET to
maximum using the button >
– press and hold down the buttons < and > at the same time for
approximately 10 seconds until the flashing symbols l and
n appear on the display
MAN 50°C
OFF
Back
Fig. 98
– Disconnect and reconnect the electrical power supply by
setting the main system switch to “OFF” and then to “ON”
ON
– as soon as the symbols begin to flash, release the buttons <
and > and press the button y, within 3 seconds
– the "Automatic self-calibrating procedure" starts
– open one or more than one hot water tap
– the values flash on the display: "100" (maximum value),
followed by an "intermediate value" and finally "00" (minimum
value)
OFF
Fig. 99
NOTE: this operation allows the user to access the boiler control
panel (local).
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The operator must wait for approximately 15 minutes for the
"self-calibrating procedure" to end and the message "SUMMER
mode" lto reappear on the display Once the procedure has
terminated:
– close the taps opened previously and check that the appliance
shuts down.
if there is a fault, the message "ALL" will appear on the display,
the fault code (eg. "06" - no flame detected) and the message
d.
6.3
Main control panel display and settings
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CAUTION
We recommend not changing the factory settings so
as not to alter optimal appliance operation. For any
specific support, please contact the Sime Technical
Assistance Service.
6.3.1
Settings using the MODE button
From the “Main screen”:
Zone
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10:30
Off
Menu
Mode
Fig. 100
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CAUTION
To restore the start conditions press and hold the
button y for more than 3 seconds. This operation
can be performed up to a maximum of 6 times without
the "self-calibrating procedure" being interrupted.
– press the button Y once for at least 1 second to select
"WINTER mode" n. The value of the heating water
temperature detected at that moment will appear on the
display
– Press the
Mode
button to view the “Function mode”
selection screen. Turn the
(e.g. “Winter”)
Summer
encoder to select a mode
Winter
Hot water
Heating
Holiday function
Off
MAN 40°C
MAN 20.0°C
OFF
Esc
Back
Fig. 101
– adjust the air thermostat and check that the boiler starts and
operates correctly
– carry out the procedure "Chimney sweeper function",
to check the mains gas pressure, detect the combustion
parameters and to measure the combustion efficiency
required by legislation in force.
– press the click encoder to confirm the highlighted “Mode”
and go to the “rows”
Winter
Hot water
Heating
Holiday function
Esc
MAN 40°C
MAN 20.0°C
OFF
Back
Fig. 102
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– turn the
– press the
“Rows”.
The fault may be transient (volatile) or it may cause an appliance
block.
encoder to select “Heating”.
encoder to confirm “Heating” and access the
Heating
Function Mode
Set AUTO comfort
Set AUTO reduced
Set MAN
Program. Time
Esc
MAN
20.0°C
18.0°C
20.0°C
[...]
To restore normal operating conditions:
– if the fault is transient, eliminate the cause of the fault
– if the fault causes a block, remove the cause of the fault and
Reset
button.
then press the
If there is “no water in the system” or “low water pressure in the
system” there is a request to fill the system and then to press
Reset
button.
the Confirm button rather than the
Back
ANOMALY IN PROGRESS
Fig. 103
CONFIRM REQUEST
2 - Low pressure
Confirm operation?
Fill the system as per boiler's manual instruction
Esc
Charge
Cancel
Confirm
– press the click encoder to confirm the highlighted “Row”
and access the modifiable area
Heating
Function Mode
Set AUTO comfort
Set AUTO reduced
Set MAN
Program. Time
Esc
Fig. 106
A list of possible faults is given under "Fault / malfunction
codes".
MAN
20.0°C
18.0°C
20.0°C
[...]
6.3.1.2 Quick settings
Back
Fig. 104
The encoder allows the operator, specifically the user, to:
– change the “Set hot water” in SUMMER mode
– change the “Set room temperature” in WINTER mode.
In both cases, from the “Main screen”:
– press the
– turn the
encoder to modify the “Data/value” in the
permitted field (e.g. MAN - AUTO - OFF)
click encoder to display the set value
HOT WATER SET
ROOM SET
40.0
– Press the click encoder to confirm any modifications made
and go back to the row “Function mode”
21.3
Set hot water
Cancel
Manual temporary
Confirm
Cancel
Confirm
– Turn the
encoder to select another “Row” (e.g.
“Program. Time”).
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Fig. 107
CAUTION
For information on using the functions "Time
Programming” and "Holiday function” and see the
relevant section (“User instructions").
6.3.1.1 Fault warnings
– turn the
encoder to set the new “Set value”
– press the Confirm button to complete the modification
and return to the “Main screen”.
If a fault occurs, the screen “Anomaly in progress” will appear
in place of the “Main screen”. For the main fault codes, a brief
description and suggestions for the user are displayed, based
on the seriousness and the frequency with which the fault
reappears.
ROOM SET
21.3
ANOMALY IN PROGRESS
5 - Technical problem
6 - No flame detection
Reset boiler
Back
Esc
Manual
Confirm
Cancel
Confirm
Fig. 108
ANOMALY IN PROGRESS
Esc
21.3
Manual temporary
Cancel
Contact customer service
Name: xxxxxxxx
Phone:yyyyyyyyy
ROOM SET
Reset
Fig. 105
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR THE SET AMBIENT
TEMPERATURE
The meaning of the words on the display is as follows:
Manual temporary: the heating “Function mode” is set to AUTO
and the set value read on the display is valid until the next time
band change (automatic set point)
Manual: the heating “Function mode” is set to MAN and the set
value read on the display is permanently valid.
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6.3.2
Navigating using the MODE button
Modo: Inverno Progr. automatico - Set 18,0 Cfino alle 11:30
Menu
Mode
MODE
To “select” rows or “modify” values
To “confirm” the selections or modifications
click
Summer Winter
Off
Hot water
Hot water
MAN 50°C
_________________________________
Holiday function
OFF
Function mode
Hot water set
Time Programming
HOLIDAY SCHEDULE
MAN
50°C
[...]
MONTH
08
01
01
YEAR
Hour
2014 07:00
2014 07:00
Enable holiday:
NO
Hot water OFF - Heat. Off (Nofrost active)
Hot water
Hot water
MAN 50°C
Heating
MAN 20.0°C
_______________________________
Holiday function
OFF
DAY
01
Start:
Stop:
Function mode
Hot water set
Time Programming
Heating
MAN
50°C
[...]
Function mode
Set AUTO comfort
Set AUTO reduced
Set MAN
Program. time
Set max flow
HOLIDAY SCHEDULE
MAN
20.0°C
18.0°C
20.0°C
[...]
80°C
DAY
Start:
Stop:
01
08
MONTH
01
01
YEAR
Hour
2014 07:00
2014 07:00
Enable holiday
NO
Hot water OFF - Heat. Off (Nofrost active)
HEATING TIME PROGRAM
Off
MONDAY
Day/s:
¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬
0
2
4
6
8
¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬ ¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬
10
12
14
16
18
20
¬¬¬¬¬¬
22
24
______________________________
[1]04:00-08:00
[2]12:00-14:00
[3]16:00-18:15
[4]20:30-22:30
Fig. 109
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6.3.3
Settings using the MENU button
– Turn the
encoder and modify the “Data/value” in the
permitted field (e.g. from ENG to ITA)
6.3.3.3 GENERAL SETTINGS menu
From the “Main screen” on the main control panel (MCP), proceed
as follows:
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GENERAL SETTINGS
Language
Date and time
Visualization
Factory settings
10:30
Esc
Off
Menu
ENG
[...]
[...]
[...]
Back
Fig. 114
Mode
Fig. 110
– Press the
screen
Menu
button to view the ”Menu” selection
– Press the click encoder to confirm the modification and go
back to the submenu
GENERAL SETTINGS
Language
Date and time
Visualization
Factory settings
MENU
GENERAL SETTINGS
INFORMATION
TECHNICAL
Esc
[...]
[...]
[...]
Esc
ENG
[...]
[...]
[...]
Back
Back
Fig. 115
Fig. 111
NOTE: press the
Esci
press the
– Press the click encoder to confirm the highlighted menu
and access the submenus
– Turn the
and time)
button to go back one step, or
button to return to the “Main screen”.
Back
encoder to select another submenu (e.g. Date
GENERAL SETTINGS
Language
Date and time
Visualization
Factory settings
Esc
ENG
[...]
[...]
[...]
GENERAL SETTINGS
Language
Date and time
Visualization
Factory settings
Back
Fig. 112
Esc
ENG
[...]
[...]
[...]
Back
Fig. 116
– Press the click encoder to confirm the highlighted submenu
and select the modifiable area
GENERAL SETTINGS
Language
Date and time
Visualization
Factory settings
Esc
ENG
[...]
[...]
[...]
Back
Fig. 113
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– Press the click encoder to confirm the highlighted submenu
and access the modifiable area
The operating procedure is as has been described so far.
SETTING DATE AND HOUR
Date
Hour
DAY
MONTH
01
Jan
HOUR
MINUTE
06 :
The “Display menu” allows the user to adjust:
– display contrast
– duration of the display back-lighting
– encoder back-lighting
YEAR
2014
GENERAL SETTINGS
36
Cancel
Language
Date and time
Visualization
Factory settings
Confirm
Fig. 117
ENG
[...]
[...]
[...]
Esc
Back
– The first modifiable “Data/value” is highlighted (e.g. 06)
– Turn the
06 to 12)
Fig. 120
encoder to modify the “Data/value” (e.g. from
– Press the click encoder to confirm the modification and
select the next “Data/value” which will be highlighted (e.g. 36)
SETTING DATE AND HOUR
Date
Hour
DAY
MONTH
01
Jan
HOUR
MINUTE
12 :
YEAR
2014
CAUTION
“Factory settings submenu”
It is recommended that the user access this submenu
ONLY to restore the “Factory settings”, thereby deleting
all settings made by the user.
Esc
or Indietro
Otherwise, press the
button.
To proceed:
36
Cancel
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Confirm
Fig. 118
– Press the click encoder to access the modifiable area. A
screen appears offering the following options:
CONFIRM REQUEST
– Turn the
36 to 50)
encoder to modify the “Data/value” (e.g. from
Confirm operation?
Cancel
SETTING DATE AND HOUR
Date
Hour
Cancel
DAY
MONTH
01
Jan
HOUR
MINUTE
12 :
2014
50
Confirm
Fig. 119
– Press the click encoder to confirm the modification and
select the next “Data/value” which will be highlighted (e.g. 01)
– Continue in this way until all the necessary modifications have
been made
– After all modifications have been made, press the Confirm
button to go back to the initial submenu (Date and time).
NOTE: The user must work in a CIRCULAR manner, meaning
ALWAYS MOVING FORWARDS, even if a mistake is made.
– Turn the
Display).
48
Confirm
Fig. 121
YEAR
encoder to select another “Menu” (e.g.
Cancel
– Press the
button to go back to the “Menu”
selected previously (Factory settings)
– Press the Confirm button to restore the “Factory settings”
and, after a few seconds, go back to the “main screen”
6.3.3.4 INFORMATION menu
– Press the
The INFORMATION menu is read-only and the data cannot be
modified.
From the “Main screen”:
– Turn the
Back
button to go back to the submenus
encoder to select another submenu
INFORMATION
Zone
Thu 18 Set 2014
Boiler
Heat pump
Hot water
Solar thermal
Firmware version
10:30
Off
Esc
Menu
[...]
[...]
[...]
[...]
102
Back
Mode
Fig. 126
Fig. 122
– Press the
screen
– Turn the
button to view the ”Menu” selection
Menu
encoder to select the “INFORMATION” menu
– Press the click encoder to confirm the selected submenu
and access the relevant data display
– Continue in this way until all the necessary information has
been shown
Esc
button to go back to the “main screen”.
– Press the
MENU
GENERAL SETTINGS
INFORMATION
TECHNICAL
[...]
[...]
[...]
Esc
Zone
– Press the click encoder to confirm “INFORMATION” and
access the submenu
INFORMATION
INFORMATION
[...]
[...]
[...]
[...]
[...]
‡
Alarms
Back
[...]
Esc
Back
Fig. 124
– Turn the
encoder to select the required submenu
– Press the click encoder to confirm the selected submenu
and access the relevant data display
Menu
INFORMATION
6.3.3.5 TECHNICAL menu
It is recommended that the TECHNICAL Menu only be used by
professionally qualified technicians, since it is used to modify
system management data.
The submenu “Boiler parameters” requires the CODE (or
password) “1 2 3 4 5” to be entered.
m
CAUTION
We recommend not changing the factory settings so
as not to alter optimal appliance operation. For any
specific support, please contact the Sime Technical
Assistance Service.
From the “Main screen”:
20.0°C
80°C
30°C
Thu 18 Set 2014
10:30
Off
Menu
Esc
Mode
Fig. 127
Zone
Room temperature
Heating set
Heating temp.
10:30
Off
Back
Fig. 123
Zone heating
Boiler
Heat pump
Hot water
Solar thermal
ˆ
Esc
Thu 18 Set 2014
Mode
Fig. 128
Back
Fig. 125
49
– Press the
screen
– turn the
button to view the “Menu” selection
Menu
encoder to select the “TECHNICAL” menu
m
CAUTION
When the submenu “Boiler parameters” is selected,
the following screen appears when the
encoder is pressed:
click
MENU
GENERAL SETTINGS
INFORMATION
TECHNICAL
[...]
[...]
[...]
Esc
ENTER ACCESS CODE
Code:
Back
0 0 0 0 0
Cancel
Fig. 129
Confirm
Fig. 132
– press the click encoder to access the modifiable area. The
following screen is displayed:
Confirm operation?
ENTER ACCESS CODE
Confirm
Fig. 130
– Press the
menu.
– Press the
Cancel
Confirm
encoder to modify the first digit from 0 to 1
– Press the click encoder to confirm the modification and
select the next digit
– Continue in this way until the CODE (or password) “1 2 3 4 5”
has been completed
CONFIRM REQUEST
Cancel
– Turn the
button to go back to the “TECHNICAL”
Code:
Cancel
Confirm
button to access the submenus.
Fig. 133
– Press the Confirm
settings” area
TECHNICAL
State hybrid operation
Zone heating
Ht-boiler adjust. param.
Hot water
Boiler parameters
ˆ
Esc
[...]
[...]
[...]
[...]
[...]
button to access the boiler “Parameter
Boiler parameters
Back
Fig. 131
Parameter Index: 1
Parameter Value: 0
Esc
– Turn the
1 2 3 4 5
encoder to select the required submenu
– Press the click encoder to confirm the selected submenu
and access the modifiable parameters area.
1--------49
Back
Fig. 134
– where “Parameter index” refers to the parameter table "
Parameter setting and display"
encoder to scroll through the list of
– Turn the
parameters and check the value.
50
If the value of the selected parameter is to be modified:
– Press the
area
click encoder to access the value modification
– Press the
click encoder to confirm
CUSTOMER SERVICE
NAME:
PHONE:
Boiler parameters
Parameter Index: 1
Parameter Value: 0
1--------49
Cancel
Esc
Confirm
Fig. 138
Back
Fig. 135
– Turn the
– Press the
encoder to set the new value
– Press the click encoder to confirm the modification and
move on to another parameter
– Once all the display/modification commands have been
Esc
button to go back to the
completed, press the
“Main screen”.
Zone
Thu 18 Set 2014
10:30
– Turn the
letter
encoder to select the first letter of the name
click encoder to confirm and move on to the next
CUSTOMER SERVICE
NAME: A
PHONE:
Cancel
Confirm
Fig. 139
Off
Menu
Mode
Fig. 136
6.3.3.6 TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTRE menu
– Continue in the same way until the name is complete
– Press the Confirm button to enter the telephone number.
Proceed in the same way as for the name
CUSTOMER SERVICE
NAME: John Doe
PHONE: 0 1
m
CAUTION
It is useful to enter the TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
CENTRE references which can then be displayed in
the “Display menu” and suggested to the user if there
is a serious fault with the boiler.
To enter the TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTRE references:
– follow the procedure described in the section “TECHNICAL
menu” up to “accessing the submenus”
encoder to select the “Technical Assistance
– Turn the
Centre” submenu.
Confirm
Fig. 140
– When this operation has been completed, press the
Confirm
button to return to the submenu. Press
Esc
to go back to the “Main screen”.
Zone
Thu 18 Set 2014
10:30
TECHNICAL
TECHNICAL
State hybrid operation
Zone heating
Hot water
Boiler parameters
Alarm history reset
ˆ
Esc
Cancel
[...]
[...]
[...]
[...]
[...]
Back
‡
Customer service
Off
[...]
Menu
Esc
Back
Mode
Fig. 141
Fig. 137
51
6.3.4
Navigating using the MENU button
Modo: Inverno Progr. automatico - Set 18,0 Cfino alle 11:30
Menu
Modo
MENU
To “select” rows or “modify” values
MENU
SETTINGS
GENERAL SETTINGS
INFORMATION
TECHNICAL
GENERAL SETTINGS
Language
Date and time
Visualization
Factory settings
VISUALIZATION
[...]
[...]
[...]
[...]
Contrast
Lighting display
Lighting knob
HEAT PUMP
10
34
ON
ZONE HEATING
INFORMATION
Zone heating
Boiler
Heat pump
Hot water
Solar thermal
Alarms
Firmware version
To “confirm” the selections or modifications
click
[...]
[...]
[...]
Room set 20.0°C
Heating set
Heating temp.
[...]
[...]
[...]
[...]
[...]
[...]
100
Battery temp.
Input water temp.
Output water temp.
Fan speed %
Compr. bypass valve
Compressor
Defrosting phase
Compr. op. hrs.
Defrosting
BOILER
0°C
28.0°C
Return temperature
Power output
System pressure
Exhaust temp.
25.0°C
0%
1.2bar
_ _ _°C
25.3°C
28.6°C
28.8°C
0%
ON
OFF
OFF
51h
OFF
(These screens are for display only. Modifying data is NOT possible)
SOLAR THERMAL ENERGY
HOT WATER
Hot water temp
Hot water set
Flow rate
51.2C
50°C
--l/min
Temp. gas manifold 1
Temp. storage tank 1
Temp. gas manifold 2
Temp. storage tank 2
Solar pump
Instant power
_ _°C
_ _°C
_ _°C
_ _°C
_ _%
_ _kW
ALARM HISTORY
Historical index: 1
CUSTOMER SERVICE
1 -------- 5
< last
Name: xxxxxxxxxx
Phone: yyyyyyyyyyy
Alarm code: 5
TECHNICAL
CONFIRM REQUEST
a
Confirm operation?
[CONFIRM]
STATE HYBRID OPERATION
TECHNICAL
State hybrid operation
Zone heating
Ht-boiler adjust. param.
Hot water
Boiler parameters
Advanced parameters Ht
Reset alarm history
Factory total reset
Customer service
[...]
[...]
[...]
[...]
[...]
[...]
[...]
[...]
[...]
Heat req..
Heating set
Heating temp.
Return temperature
Burner power
HP deliv. set
Output water temp.
Compressor
Fan speed
Battery temp.
Defrosting
Ext. temp.
On time
0
°C
°C
°C
%
°C
°C
OFF
%
°C
OFF
°C
min
ZONE HEATING
Rich da TA est
Room probe run
Room probe modul.
Ext. probe modul.
Weather comp.curve
Weather comp. offset
Backlash off temp.
System inertia
Flow temp.min. set
Antifreeze enable
Antifreeze set
Room probe offset
(The “Hybrid function status” is
read-only.)
HT-BOILER ADJUST. PARAM.
NO
YES
YES
YES
3.0
0°C
0.1°C
10
20°C
YES
5.0°C
0.0°C
P 110
P 120
P 130
P 140
P 150
P 160
P 170
P 180
P 190
P 510
P 520
P 530
P 540
P 550
Time Programming
HOT WATER
Enable anti-legionella function NO
Day of the intervention
Mo
Time of the intervention
02:00
BOILER PARAMETERS
ENTER ACCESS CODE
ADVANCED PARAMETERS HT
No. interv. press.
Code: 0 0 0 0 0
[CONFIRM]
CONFIRM REQUEST
a
Confirm operation?
BOILER PARAMETERS
Parameter index
Parameter value
RESET ALARM HISTORY
1...49
1
__
RESTORE FACTORY SETTINGS
CONFIRM REQUEST
CUSTOMER SERVICE
Name: xxxxxxxxxx
Phone: yyyyyyyyyyy
a
Confirm operation?
CONFIRM REQUEST
a
Confirm operation?
Fig. 142
52
6.4
Parameter setting and display
– Turn the
To access the parameters menu from the “Main screen”:
Zone
Thu 18 Set 2014
encoder to select the required submenu
– Press the click encoder to confirm the selected submenu
and access the modifiable parameters area.
10:30
NOTE: The parameters below can be found in the submenu “HPBoiler adjustment parameters”.
Off
Menu
Type
Mode
P
Fig. 143
– Press the
screen
– turn the
button to view the “Menu” selection
Menu
encoder to select the “TECHNICAL” menu
P
P
P
P
MENU
GENERAL SETTINGS
INFORMATION
TECHNICAL
[...]
[...]
[...]
Esc
P
P
P
Back
Fig. 144
P
P
– press the click encoder to access the modifiable area. The
following screen is displayed:
P
P
P
CONFIRM REQUEST
P
Confirm operation?
Cancel
Confirm
Fig. 145
– Press the
menu.
– Press the
Cancel
Confirm
button to go back to the “TECHNICAL”
button to access the submenus.
No.
Description
ΔT ON heating
110
request
ΔT OFF heating
120
request
Outdoor probe
temperature
130
for boiler ON to
boost
Time 1 boiler ON
140
(to support)
Time 2 boiler ON
150
(to support)
ΔT ON heating
160
boost request
ΔT OFF heating
170
boost request
ΔT set for heat
180
pump
Time 3 boiler
190 ON (restart
prevented)
Outdoor probe
510 temp. for heat
pump OFF
Boiler activation
520
to boost heating
Domestic hot
530
water activation
Heat pump
540
activation
HP maximum
550
limit
Time Programming
Range
0
….10
0
….10
U/M
Step
Default
°C
1
1
°C
1
4
°C
1
7
min
1
20
min
1
5
°C
1
2
°C
1
1
°C
1
8
0
…30
min
1
3
-15
…0
°C
1
-7
-
-
On
-
-
On
-
-
On
°C
1
47
-
-
-
-5
….15
0
….60
0
….60
-20
…20
-20
…20
-10
…10
Off/
On
Off/
On
Off/
On
30
…55
[……]
Once the HP-Boiler parameter setting is complete::
Esc
button
– Press the
– Turn the
submenu
encoder to select the “Boiler parameters”
The following screen appears when the
pressed as confirmation:
encoder is
TECHNICAL
State hybrid operation
Zone heating
Ht-boiler adjust. param.
Hot water
Boiler parameters
ˆ
Esc
[...]
[...]
[...]
[...]
[...]
ENTER ACCESS CODE
Code:
0 0 0 0 0
Back
Fig. 146
Cancel
Confirm
Fig. 147
53
If the value of the selected parameter is to be modified:
– Turn the
encoder to modify the first digit from 0 to 1
– Press the click encoder to confirm the modification and
select the next digit
– Continue in this way until the CODE (or password) “1 2 3 4 5”
has been completed
– Press the
area
Boiler parameters
Parameter Index: 1
Parameter Value: 0
ENTER ACCESS CODE
Code:
click encoder to access the value modification
1 2 3 4 5
1--------49
Esc
Back
Fig. 150
Cancel
Confirm
Fig. 148
– Press the Confirm
settings” area
button to access the boiler “Parameter
Boiler parameters
Parameter Index: 1
Parameter Value: 0
Esc
1--------49
– Press the
encoder to set the new value
– Press the click encoder to confirm the modification and
move on to another parameter
– Once all the display/modification commands have been
Esc
button to go back to the
completed, press the
“Main screen”.
Zone
Thu 18 Set 2014
10:30
Back
Off
Fig. 149
Menu
Mode
– The “Parameter index” refers to the parameter table below
Fig. 151
– Turn the
encoder to scroll through the list of
parameters and check the value.
Type
No.
Description
Range
U/M
Step
Default
-
1
5
-
1
0
-
1
0
CONFIGURATION
54
PAR
01
PAR
02
PAR
03
PAR
04
PAR
PAR
08
09
PAR
10
PAR
11
PAR
PAR
PAR
PAR
12
13
14
15
Index showing boiler power in kW
0 .. 5
0 = 24; 1 = 25; 2 = 30; 3 = 35; 4 = 40; 5 = 24 (MURELLE REVOLUTION)
Hydraulic configuration
0 = rapid
1 = storage tank with thermostat or heating only
0 .. 4
2 = hot water tank with sensor
3 = bithermic
4=instant with solar power input
Gas Type Configuration
0 .. 2
0 = G20; 1 = G31; 2 = Propane air
Combustion configuration
0 = sealed chamber with combustion control
External sensor value correction
-5 .. +5
Ignition fan speed
80 .. 160
DOMESTIC HOT WATER - HEATING
Boiler Antifreeze Threshold
0 .. +10
External Sensor Antifreeze Threshold
-9 .. +5
-- = Disabled
Heating Curve Incline
0 .. 80
Minimum Heating Temperature Adjustment
20 .. PAR 14
Maximum Heating Temperature Adjustment
PAR 13 .. 80
Maximum power heating
0 .. 100
PAR
16
Heating Post-Circulation Time
0 .. 99
PAR
17
Heating Pump Activation Delay
0 .. 60
PAR
18
Re-ignition Delay
0 .. 60
-
-
0
°C
RPMx25
1
1
0
128
°C
1
3
°C
1
-2
°C
°C
%
seconds
x 10
seconds
x 10
Min
1
1
1
1
20
20
65
100
1
3
1
0
1
3
Type
No.
PAR
19
PAR
PAR
20
21
PAR
22
PAR
23
PAR
24
PAR
25
PAR
PAR
26
28
PAR
29
PAR
30
PAR
35
PAR
39
Description
Domestic Hot Water Modulation with Flow meter
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
Maximum power domestic hot water
Minimum power heating/domestic hot water (premixed)
Domestic hot water preheating enabling
0 = OFF; 1 = ON
External relay 1 function
0 = not used; 1 = remote alarm NO; 2 = remote alarm NC; 3 = zone
valve; 4 = automatic filling; 5 = external request; 6 = recirculation
pump; 7 = zone valve with OT; 8 = relaunch pump; 9 = heat pump
management
External relay 2 function
0 = not used; 1 = remote alarm NO; 2 = remote alarm NC; 3 = zone
valve; 4 = automatic filling; 5 = external request; 6 = recirculation
pump; 7 = zone valve with OT; 8 = relaunch pump; 9 = heat pump
management
Auxiliary TA function
0 = according to TA
1 = TA Antifreeze
2= domestic hot water disabled
Zone Valve / Pump Relaunch Delay
DHW activation delay with solar power
Anti-legionella Function (Only hot water tank)
-- = Disabled
Maximum domestic hot water temperature
Digital / analogue Pressure switch
0 = water pressure switch
1 = water pressure transducer
2 = water pressure transducer (only pressure displayed)
Modulating pump minimum speed
PAR
40
Modulating Pump Speed
PAR
PAR
PAR
41
42
43
PAR
47
∆T Modulating pump delivery/Return
Select heat pump or gas boiler switchover
Delay boiler activation to boost heat pump
System pump forcing (only in winter mode)
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
PAR
48
INST Parameter set to default
Range
U/M
Step
Default
0 .. 1
-
1
1
0 .. 100
0 .. 100
%
%
1
1
100
0
0 .. 1
-
1
0
0 .. 9
-
-
0
0 .. 9
-
-
0
0 .. 2
-
1
0
0 .. 99
0 .. 30
Min
Min
1
1
1
0
50 .. 80
-
1
--
10 .. 67
°C
1
60
0 .. 2
-
1
1
20 .. 100
-- = No modulation
AU = Automatic 30
100%
PAR 39 100%
10 .. 40
-20 .. 30
1 .. 180
%
1
55
%
10
PM
°C
°C
Min
1
1
1
20
5
20
0 .. 1
-
-
0
0 .. 1
-
-
0
RESET
55
6.5
Fault / malfunction codes
If a fault occurs, the screen “Anomaly in progress” will appear
in place of the “Main screen”. For the main fault codes, a brief
description and suggestions for the user are displayed, based
on the seriousness and the frequency with which the fault
reappears.
ANOMALY IN PROGRESS
ANOMALY IN PROGRESS
5 - Technical problem
Esc
Contact customer service
Name: xxxxxxxx
Phone:yyyyyyyyy
6 - No flame detection
Reset boiler
Back
Esc
Reset
Fig. 152
The fault may be transient (volatile) or it may cause an appliance
block.
To restore normal operating conditions:
– if the fault is transient, eliminate the cause of the fault
– if the fault causes a block, remove the cause of the fault and
Reset
button.
then press the
If there is “no water in the system” or “low water pressure in the
system” there is a request to fill the system and then to press
Reset
button.
the Confirm button rather than the
ANOMALY IN PROGRESS
CONFIRM REQUEST
2 - Low pressure
Confirm operation?
Fill the system as per boiler's manual instruction
Esc
Charge
Cancel
Confirm
Fig. 153
Boiler fault (gas side)
Type
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
56
No.
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
18
28
30
37
40
41
42
43
44
62
Description
Not used
Low water pressure in system
High water pressure in system
Domestic hot water sensor fault
Delivery sensor fault
No flame detection
Safety thermostat intervention
Fault in the flame detection circuit
No water circulating in the system
Auxiliary sensor fault
Gas valve modulator disconnected
Incorrect configuration of the open /sealed chamber
Smoke probe intervention
Smoke probe fault
Fan check cable disconnected
Condensate level fault
Maximum number of consecutive releases
Return sensor (SR) fault
Fault due to low network voltage
Incorrect network frequency detected
Flame loss more than 6 consecutive times
Button fault
Open Therm communication fault
No flame valve opening time sum anomaly
Self-calibrating procedure is required
Type
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
No.
72
77
78
79
ALL
80
ALL
82
ALL
84
ALL
ALL
ALL
88
89
90
ALL
92
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
93
95
96
98
99
Description
Incorrect positioning of the delivery sensor
EV2 SGV current max/min absolute limits error
EV2 SGV current upper limit error
EV2 SGV current lower limit error
Fault on the valve control logic line/valve cable
damaged
Block due to numerous combustion control failures
Flow rate reduced for (presumed) low pressure on
mains gas
Internal error (board component protection)
Unstable combustion feedback signal error
Combustion set cannot be reached error
System has reached maximum air correction error
(at the minimum flow rate)
Combustion set cannot be reached error
Flame signal micro interruptions error
Block due to clogging in smoke outlet
SW error, board start-up
General board error
Heat pump fault
Type
P
P
P
P
No.
02
04
12
15
P
32
P
P
P
33
34
35
Description
High pressure
Low pressure
Antifreeze (heat exchanger temp. < 3°C)
High temperature (HP delivery temp. > 50°C)
Probe errors aggregate (one or more probes with an
active alarm)
Battery temperature probe error
Inlet water temperature probe error
Outlet water temperature probe error
6.6
Display of operating data and counters
Once the boiler is operating a qualified technician can view the
operating data and the counters as follows:
– from the boiler control panel screen (gas side) in the mode
enabled at that time (WINTERn or SUMMER l)
– go into "DISPLAY" by pressing the buttons r and < at the
same time for more than 3 seconds until the following screen
appears
TABLE OF INFORMATION DISPLAYED
Type
PAR
No.
00
Description
SW version
PAR
01
External sensor
PAR
02
PAR
03
PAR
04
PAR
05
PAR
06
PAR
07
PAR
08
PAR
09
PAR
10
Range
U/M
- 9 ..
°C
99
Delivery sensor
- 9 ..
°C
temperature
99
- 9 ..
Smoke probe
°C
99
Domestic hot water - 9 ..
°C
sensor temperature
99
- 9 ..
AUX auxiliary sensor
°C
99
Par.
Actual heating SET
13 …
°C
temperature
Par.
14
0 ..
Power level
%
99
0 ..
Flow meter rate
l/min
99
Water pressure
0 ..
bar
transducer reading
99
Display of current
0 ..
RPM x 100
fan revolutions
99
Step
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0.1
0.1
1
TABLE OF COUNTER DISPLAYED
From this point, the technician has 2 options:
– scroll through the list of "information (PAR)" and "counters
(PARc)" by pressing the button t. Scrolling will be in sequence
– display the “activated alarms” (no more than 10) by pressing
the button r
Type
No.
Description
Range
U/M
PAR
c0
PAR
total no. of boiler
operating hours
0 ..
99
h x 1000
c1
total no. of burner
operating hours
0 ..
99
h x 1000
PAR
c2
total no. of burner
ignitions
0 ..
99
h x 1000
PAR
c3
total no. faults
0 ..
99
x1
1
PAR
c4
0 ..
99
x1
1
PAR
c5
0 ..
99
x1
1
PAR
c6
1 ..
199
months
1
PAR
c7
1 ..
199
x1
1
total no. of times
installer parameters
"ALL"accessed
total no. of times
OEM parameters
accessed
time unitl next
maintenance
intervention
total no. of
calibrations
Step
0.1; from
0.0 to 9.9;
1; from 10
to 99
0.1; from
0.0 to 9.9;
1; from 10
to 99
0.1; from
0.0 to 9.9;
1; from 10
to 99
TABLE OF ACTIVATED ALARMS/FAULTS
– Once in this section, proceed with button t or r.
When all the values have been displayed, exit the menu by
pressing and holding down the button yfor approximately 5
seconds until the initial screen is displayed.
Type
PAR
PAR
PAR
PAR
PAR
PAR
PAR
PAR
PAR
PAR
No.
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
Description
Last activated alarm/fault
Last but one activated alarm/fault
Third from last activated alarm/fault
Previous activated alarm/fault
Previous activated alarm/fault
Previous activated alarm/fault
Previous activated alarm/fault
Previous activated alarm/fault
Previous activated alarm/fault
Previous activated alarm/fault
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6.7
Checks
6.7.1
Chimney sweeper function
The chimney sweeper function is used by the qualified
maintenance technician to check the mains gas pressure, detect
the combustion parameters and to measure the combustion
efficiency required by legislation in force.
This function lasts 15 minutes and is activated by proceeding
as follows:
– if the front panel has not already been removed, open the two
catches (1), unscrew the two screws (2), pull the front panel
(3) forwards and release it from the top by lifting it.
7
Fig. 156
– open the gas valve
– power the boiler by setting the main switch to "ON"
3
ON
2
2
1
Fig. 157
Fig. 154
– remove the screws (4) securing the control panel (5)
– move the panel (5) upwards (a) but keeping it in the side
guides (6) to the end of travel
– bring it forwards and down (b) until it is horizontal
– press the button y for at least 1 second until "SUMMER"
mode lhas been selected
– press and hold down the buttons < and > at the same time
for approximately 10 seconds until the message “Hi” appears
on the display together with the flashing symbols l and n
5
– press the button > to make the boiler operate at maximum
power "Hi" and check that the mains gas pressure value on the
pressure gauge is correct. Take a reading of the combustion
data and measure the combustion efficiency.
– press the button < to make the boiler operate at minimum
power "Lo". The message "Lo" will appear on the display
together with the flashing symbols l and n
b
4
a
6
Fig. 155
– close the gas valve
– loosen the screw of the "mains pressure" point (7) and connect
a pressure gauge
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– take the combustion data reading
– press the button y to exit the "Chimney sweeper
Procedure”. The boiler water delivery temperature will
appear on the display
6.9
Gas conversion
Murelle Revolution models can work with G20 or G31 without
the need for any mechanical conversion. Simply select
parameter"PAR 03" (see "Parameter setting and display") and
set the type of gas to be used.
If changing the type of gas to be used, carry out the entire
appliance "COMMISSIONING" phase.
m
CAUTION
If the gas supply is changed from G20 to G31, mark the
box on the TECHNICAL DATA PLATE.
– disconnect the pressure gauge, carefully close the pressure
point (6), put the control panel back to the original position
and refit the front panel (2).
G31 - 37 mbar
X
Gas supply pressure
Type of gas
Pressure (mbar)
6.8
G20
20
G31
37
Domestic hot water comfort function
(preheating)
Murelle Revolution models have a "domestic hot water comfort"
function which ensures the best performance in terms of
domestic hot water, reducing the time necessary for the hot
water to become available and ensuring that the temperature
is stable.
To activate the function:
– select parameter"PAR 22" (see "Parameter setting and
display") and set it toa 1
– exit parameter settings and press button > for approximately
5 seconds until the symbol r and R appears on the display
and begins to flash indicating that the function has been
activated.
To deactivate the function:
– press button > again for approximately 5 seconds until the
symbols r and R appear on the display and begin to flash
indicating that the function has been deactivated.
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7.1
MAINTENANCE
Adjustments
For the appliance to operate correctly and efficiently it is
recommended that the User calls upon the services of a
Professionally Qualified Technician to carry out ANNUAL
maintenance.
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CAUTION
7.3
Cleaning the inside of the appliance
7.3.1
Removing components
To access the internal parts of the boiler:
– open the two catches (1), unscrew the two screws (2), pull the
front panel (3) forwards and release it from the top by lifting it.
The maintenance interventions described must ONLY
be carried out the professionally qualified personnel.
a
WARNING
Before carrying out any interventions described:
– set the main system switch to "OFF"
– close the gas valve
– make sure that no hot parts inside the appliance are
touched.
3
2
2
1
Fig. 159
OFF
Fig. 158
7.2
External cleaning
7.2.1
Cleaning the cladding
– remove the screws (4) securing the control panel (5)
– move the panel (5) upwards (a) but keeping it in the side
guides (6) to the end of travel
– bring it forwards and down (b) until it is horizontal
When cleaning the cladding, use a cloth dampened with soap
and water or alcohol for stubborn marks.
d
IT IS FORBIDDEN
5
to use abrasive products.
b
4
a
6
Fig. 160
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– remove the two screws (7), lift the expansion vessel and hook
it onto the support (8)
8
– Unscrew the four nuts (14) securing the combustion chamber
door (15)
– pull the fan/sleeve/door/air pipe assembly (16) forwards and
remove it.
7
15
14
14
16
Fig. 161
– loosen the clip (9) and extract the air inlet pipe (10)
– unscrew the swivel joint (11)
– extract the connectors (12) from the fan and disconnect the
electrode cable (13)
Fig. 163
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CAUTION
9
Work carefully when removing the assembly (16) to
prevent any damage occurring to the internal insulation
of the combustion chamber and the door seal.
7.3.2
Cleaning the burner and the combustion
chamber
The combustion chamber and the burner do not require any
particular maintenance. Simply brush them with a soft brush.
10
7.3.3
Checking the ignition/detection electrode
Check the state of the ignition/detection electrode and replace
if necessary. Check the measurements as per the drawing
whether the ignition/detection electrode is replaced or not.
13
+0,5
,5
+0 0,5
-
6
4,5 -0,5
12
Fig. 164
11
9
Fig. 162
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7.3.4
Cleaning the smoke exchanger
Remove the cover (17) by unscrewing the two screws and
remove any carbon deposits.
7.4
Checks
7.4.1
Checking the smoke duct
Check that the combustion air inlet/outlet ducts and smoke
outlet duct are integral and airtight.
7.4.2
Checking the expansion vessel pressure
It is recommended that the expansion vessel on the water side
is drained and that the prefilling pressure is not less than 1 bar.
If this is not the case, pressurize it to the correct value (see
sectionExpansion vessel".
Once the checks described above have been completed:
– refill the boiler as described in section "REFILL operations"
– check that the siphon has been filled correctly
– Start the boiler, activate the "Chimney sweeper function" and
carry out a smoke analysis and/or measure the combustion
efficiency
– refit the front panel, fixing it in place with the two catches (1).
17
Fig. 165
7.3.5
Final operations
After having cleaned the combustion chamber and the burner:
– remove any carbon residue
– check that the seal and the insulation of the door (15) to the
combustion chamber are integral. Replace if necessary
– refit the assembly by carrying out the same operations for
removal but in the reverse order and tighten the screws (14)
of the door to the combustion chamber
– reconnect the air duct and tighten the clips
– reconnect the connections to the fan and the electrode
– refit the expansion vessel in its original position.
7.3.6
Cleaning the heat pump
The only maintenance work required on the heat pump is
cleaning of the evaporator with a suitable tool (a form of brush).
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7.5
Unscheduled maintenance
Type
If replacing the electronic board, the user MUST set the
parameters as indicated in the table.
Type
PAR
No.
01
PAR
02
PAR
03
No.
ALL
11
ALL
12
ALL
13
ALL
14
ALL
15
ALL
18
Setting for Murelle
Description
Index showing boiler power in kW
0 = 24; 1 = 25; 2 = 30; 3 = 35; 4 = 40;
5 = 24 (MURELLE REVOLUTION)
Hydraulic configuration
0 = rapid
1 = storage tank with thermostat or
heating only
2 = hot water tank with sensor
3 = bithermic
4=instant with solar power input
Gas Type Configuration
0 = G20/G25; 1 = G31
Revolution
5
0
0 or 1
To enter "Parameter setting and display"refer to the indications
provided in the specific section.
Once the parameters in the table have been set, you must carry
out the entire phase of "Self-calibrating procedure" described
in the specific section.
If the gas valve and/or the ignition/detection electrode, and/or the
burner, and/or the fan are replaced, the user must still carry out
the entire phase of "Self-calibrating procedure" described in
the specific section.
ALL
28
ALL
30
7.6
ALL
37
ALL
40
ALL
41
ALL
42
Malfunction codes and possible solutions
Boiler fault (gas side)
Type
No.
Fault
Solution
ALL
01
Not used
-
ALL
02
ALL
03
ALL
04
ALL
05
ALL
ALL
ALL
06
07
08
ALL
09
ALL
10
-Restore pressure
Low water
-Check for any leaks in the
pressure in system
system
-Empty the system via the drain
High water
valve on the hydraulic assembly
pressure in system and bring the pressure to
approximately 1.2 bar
Domestic hot
-Check connections
water sensor fault -Check the sensor is working
Delivery sensor
-Check connections
fault
-Check the sensor is working
-Check the integrity of the
electrode and check that it is
not grounded
No flame detection -Check gas availability and
pressure
-Check the integrity of the gas
valve and the card
-Check the sensor or thermostat
connections
-Deaerate the system
Sensor or safety
-Check the bleed valve
thermostat
-Replace the sensor or the
intervenes
thermostat
-Check that the pump impeller is
not blocked
-Check the integrity of the
electrode and check that it is
not grounded
Fault in the flame
-Check gas availability and
detection circuit
pressure
-Check the integrity of the gas
valve and the card
-Check the rotation of the pump
No water
rotor
circulating in the
-Check the electrical
system
connections
-Replace the pump
-Check PAR 02 "hydraulic
Auxiliary sensor
configuration"
fault
-Check the electrical connection
ALL
43
ALL
44
ALL
62
ALL
72
ALL
77
ALL
78
ALL
79
ALL
80
ALL
82
ALL
84
ALL
88
Fault
Gas valve
modulator
disconnected
Incorrect
configuration of
the open /sealed
chamber
Solution
-Check the electrical connection
-Set the parameter PAR 04
(Combustion configuration) to 0
-Replace the smoke probe
-Contact the Technical
Assistance Centre
-Replace the smoke probe
-Check the electrical connection
Smoke probe fault
of the smoke probe, if the
problem is not resolved, contact
the Assistance Centre
Fan check cable
-Check the connection cable
disconnected
between the fan and the board
-Check for any clogging in
the pipe which takes the
Condensate level
condensate to the siphon
fault
-Check that the siphon is not
clogged
-Wait 1 hour and try unblocking
Maximum number
the board again
of consecutive
-Contact the Technical
resets reached
Assistance Centre
-Replace the return probe
Return sensor (SR) -Check parameters
fault
-Contact the Technical
Assistance Centre
Fault due to low
-Check the voltage
network voltage.
-Contact your network provider
Incorrect network
-Contact your network provider
frequency detected
-Check the ignition/detection
Flame loss more
electrode
than 6 consecutive -Check the gas supply (open
times
valve)
-Check mains gas pressure
Smoke probe
intervention
Button fault
Open Therm
communication
fault
Gas valve timeout
fault without flame
Self-calibrating
procedure is
required
Incorrect
positioning of the
delivery sensor
EV2 SGV current
max/min absolute
limits error
EV2 SGV current
upper limit error
EV2 SGV current
lower limit error
Fault on the valve
control logic
line/valve cable
damaged
Block due to
numerous
combustion
control failures
Flow rate reduced
for (presumed) low
pressure on mains
gas
Internal error
(board component
protection)
-Check that buttons are working
-Check the OT electric
connection
-Check gas valve and board
-Carry out the self-calibrating
procedure (see the specific
section)
-Check delivery sensor operation
and position
-Check gas valve and board
-Check gas valve and board
-Check gas valve and board
-Check gas valve and board
-Check electrode
-Check outlets
-Check gas flow rate
-Check the board is working
-Replace board
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Type
No.
Fault
ALL
89
Unstable
combustion
feedback signal
error
ALL
90
Combustion set
cannot be reached
error
92
System has
reached maximum
air correction error
(at the minimum
flow rate)
ALL
ALL
64
93
Combustion set
cannot be reached
error
ALL
95
Flame
signal micro
interruptions error
ALL
96
Block due to
clogging in smoke
outlet
ALL
98
ALL
99
-
-
-
-
SW error, board
start-up
General board
error
Frequent relief
valve intervention
Limited production
of domestic hot
water
Solution
-Check electrode
-Check outlets
-Check air diaphragm (for BF
models)
-Check gas calibration
-Check electrode
-Check outlets
-Check air diaphragm (for BF
models)
-Check gas calibration
-Check electrode
-Check outlets
-Check air diaphragm (for BF
models)
-Check gas calibration
-Check electrode
-Check outlets
-Check air diaphragm (for BF
models)
-Check gas calibration
-Check electrode
-Check board
-Check electric power supply
-Check gas calibration
-Check for blockage in chimney
-Check the smoke outlet and
electrode position (not touching
the burner)
-Contact the Technical
Assistance Centre
-Contact the Technical
Assistance Centre
-Check circuit pressure
-Check expansion vessel
-Check the diverter valve
-Check that plate heat
exchanger is clean
-Check domestic hot water
circuit valve
Heat pump fault
Type
No.
Description
P
02
High pressure
P
04
Low pressure
P
12
P
15
P
32
P
33
P
34
P
35
Antifreeze (heat
exchanger temp. < 3°C)
High temperature (HP
delivery temp. > 50°C)
Probe errors aggregate
(one or more probes with
an active alarm)
Battery temperature
probe error
Inlet water temperature
probe error
Outlet water temperature
probe error
Solution
Automatic reset
Remove and reconnect
the electrical power
supply
Automatic reset
Remove and reconnect
the electrical power
supply
Wait for heat exchanger
temp. > 5°C
Automatic restore when
delivery temp. < 48°C
Automatic restore after
sensor replaced
Replace the damaged
probe
Replace the damaged
probe
Replace the damaged
probe
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MURELLE REVOLUTION CHECKLIST
The Murelle Revolution boiler must be installed and commissioned solely by qualified companies or by professionally qualified
technicians as specified in the appliance manual.
INSTALLATION
N° Description
1
Read the appliance manual supplied.
2
Check that the installation location/room and chosen wall are suitable for the appliance type and weight.
3
Use the template provided with the appliance to prepare the plumbing, fuel, air inlet/outlet ducts, and smoke outlet ducts.
4
Attach the anti-vibration supports and spacers to the back of the appliance.
5
Mount the appliance on the wall.
6
Wash and treat the water system before connecting up the plumbing and gas.
7
Connect up the plumbing, gas supply and condensate outlet.
Fit a filter to the system return pipe.
8
Check that the smoke system load loss falls within the limits as per the manual, then prepare and mount the air inlet
and outlet ducts and the smoke outlet duct.
9
Connect up the electrics to the grid, main control panel, thermostat(s) for the zones, and outdoor probe.
10
Open the gas mains and check the seal of the joints. Then shut off the gas supply.
11
Check the water characteristics, then fill to 1-1.2 bar pressure.
12
De-aerate the systems.
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COMMISSIONING
N° Description
13
Open the water system isolation valves and the gas valve and power the appliance.
14
Select “Summer” mode on the main control panel.
15
Disconnect and reconnect the power using the main switch.
16
Auto-calibrate the boiler from the boiler control panel. Check that the boiler (gas side) produces hot water correctly,
and check also that the gas line load loss at maximum power falls within the standard values (see standard UNI 7129).
17
Select “Winter” mode and activate the system via the remote control.
18
Check that Murelle Revolution operates correctly in HP + Boiler mode; where necessary, check the function status/specific set points via the technical menu (see instruction manual).
19
Activate the “Chimney sweep” function and check the data and combustion performance.
20
Check that the delivery limit temperature is compatible with the type of system: the factory setting is 65°C.

The installer declares that the appliance (serial no. ………………….….) has been installed, commissioned and checked in line with the
manufacturer’s instructions and the laws in force.
Stamp and signature
65
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PRODUCT DATA SHEET
MURELLE REVOLUTION
Seasonal energy efficiency of heating from heat pump [“I”] (%)
Temperature control contribution (%)
Additional boiler contribution (%)
155
4
-25
Solar energy contribution (%)
0
Energy efficiency class of combined central heating
++
Seasonal energy efficiency of combined central heating (%)
134
Weighting factor of preferential heating appliance heat output [“II”]
0,403
Result of mathematical expression 294/(11*Pnominal) [“III”]
6,68
Result of mathematical expression 115/(11*Pnominal) [“IV”]
2,61
Energy efficiency of combi boiler for DHW (%)
86
D.H.W load profile declared
XL
Solar energy contribution (%)
-
Energy efficiency class of combined DHW
Energy efficiency of combined DHW in average climatic conditions (%)
86
Result of mathematical expression (220*Qref)/Qnonsol [“II”]
-
Result of mathematical expression (Qaux*2,5)/(220*Qref) [“III”]
-
Conforming to Annex IV (item 6) of the Delegated Regulations (EU) No. 811/2013 which supplements Directive 2010/30/EU
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Tel. +39 0442 631111 - Fax +39 0442 631292 - www.sime.it
Fonderie SIME S.p.A.reserves the right to make changes at any time without prior notice in order to improve its products
without compromising the essential characteristics.
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