Installation commissioning and maintenance instructions

CPM-SP
Installation, Commissioning, User
and Maintenance Instructions
Models included:
CPM-SP232
CPM-SP348
CPM-SP464
installation manual_CPM SP_sept 2017
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION………………………………………………………………………………………………….....5
1. SAFETY GUIDELINES ................................................................................................................................6
2. TECHNICAL DATA OF THE CPM SP116 BOILER ....................................................................................7
2.1.
FUNCTIONAL INTRODUCTION............................................................................................................. 7
2.2.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS DATASHEET........................................................................................... 8
2.3.
ERP SPECIFICATIONS DATASHEET .................................................................................................. 10
3. DIMENSIONS .............................................................................................................................................11
4. ACCESSORIES AND UNPACKING ..........................................................................................................12
4.1.
ACCESSORIES ............................................................................................................................... 12
4.2.
FLUE GAS AND AIR SUPPLY PARTS................................................................................................... 12
4.3.
UNPACKING ................................................................................................................................... 13
5. INSTALLATION OF THE CPM SP116 ......................................................................................................13
5.1.
GENERAL NOTES ........................................................................................................................... 13
5.2.
MOUNTING THE BOILER .................................................................................................................. 14
6. CONNECTIONS WATER SIDE. ................................................................................................................15
6.1.
BOILER CONNECTIONS ................................................................................................................... 15
6.1.1.
Mounting ........................................................................................................................... 15
6.1.2.
Gas connection ................................................................................................................. 15
6.2.
CONDENSATE DRAIN CONNECTION .................................................................................................. 16
6.3.
FLOW AND RETURN CONNECTIONS .................................................................................................. 16
6.4.
THE EXPANSION VESSEL................................................................................................................. 17
6.5.
PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE ............................................................................................................... 17
6.6.
BYPASS ........................................................................................................................................ 17
6.7.
PUMP FUNCTIONALITY .................................................................................................................... 17
6.8.
FROST PROTECTION ...................................................................................................................... 17
6.9.
INSTALLING A STRAINER AND/OR DIRT SEPARATOR ........................................................................... 18
6.10. W ATER QUALITY ............................................................................................................................ 18
6.11. PLASTIC PIPING IN THE HEATING SYSTEM......................................................................................... 19
6.12. AUTOMATIC AIR VENT ..................................................................................................................... 19
6.13. AUTOMATIC WATER FILLING SYSTEMS ............................................................................................. 19
6.14. W ATER PRESSURE......................................................................................................................... 19
6.15. CHEMICAL WATER TREATMENT ....................................................................................................... 20
6.16. UNDER FLOOR HEATING ................................................................................................................. 20
6.17. FLUSH THE SYSTEM WITH FRESH WATER ......................................................................................... 20
6.18. INSTALLATION EXAMPLES ............................................................................................................... 20
6.18.1. Example of a low-resistance heating circuit ...................................................................... 20
6.18.2. Example of a normal single boiler heating circuit (preferable) .......................................... 21
6.18.3. Example of a multiple boiler heating circuit ...................................................................... 21
7. HYDRAULIC GRAPH BOILER RESISTANCE (mWC) .............................................................................22
7.1.
HIGH EFFICIENCY PUMP.................................................................................................................. 22
7.2.
PUMPS: ELECTRICAL POWER LIMITS ................................................................................................ 23
7.3.
PUMP INSTALLATION. ..................................................................................................................... 23
8. FLUE GAS DISCHARGE AND AIR SUPPLY SYSTEM ...........................................................................24
8.1.
GENERAL ...................................................................................................................................... 24
8.2.
BOILER CATEGORIES - TYPES OF FLUE GAS SYSTEMS. ...................................................................... 25
8.3.
C63 CERTIFIED .............................................................................................................................. 26
8.4.
AIR SUPPLY ................................................................................................................................... 27
8.4.1.
Combustion air quality ...................................................................................................... 27
8.4.2.
Air supply through humid areas ........................................................................................ 27
8.5.
PIPE HEIGHTS ON A FLAT ROOF ....................................................................................................... 28
8.6.
FLUE GAS OUTLET & COMBUSTION AIR INLET CALCULATION EXAMPLES .............................................. 29
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8.7.
SIX TYPICAL EXAMPLES................................................................................................................... 30
8.7.1.
General twin-pipe installation guidelines ........................................................................... 30
8.7.2.
Example A: Twin pipe system (C63) ................................................................................. 34
8.7.3.
Example B: Twin pipe system with concentric roof terminal (C33) ................................... 34
8.7.4.
Example C: Single flue gas outlet. Air supply from boiler room ........................................ 36
8.7.5.
General concentric flue system installation guidelines ...................................................... 37
8.7.6.
Example D: Concentric flue gas/air supply pipe (roof-mounted) ....................................... 41
8.7.7.
Example E: Concentric system Wall outlet C13(wall-mounted) ........................................ 41
8.7.8.
Example F: Separate air supply duct & flue duct in different pressure zone (C53) .......... 43
9. ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION ................................................................................................................. 44
9.1.
GENERAL....................................................................................................................................... 44
9.2.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS ............................................................................................................ 44
9.3.
FUNCTIONS OF THE CONNECTIONS .................................................................................................. 44
9.4.
ELECTRICAL SCHEMATICS ............................................................................................................... 46
9.5.
SENSOR VALUES AND CONVERSION TABLES ..................................................................................... 48
10. USER INTERFACE ................................................................................................................................... 49
10.1. CONTROL PANEL / DISPLAY UNIT...................................................................................................... 49
10.2. CONTROL PANEL MENU STRUCTURE ................................................................................................ 50
10.3. DISPLAY DURING OPERATION .......................................................................................................... 52
10.4. MONITOR SCREENS ........................................................................................................................ 53
10.5. SERVICE FUNCTION ........................................................................................................................ 55
10.6. SCHORNSTEINFEGER FUNCTION ...................................................................................................... 55
10.7. PROGRAMMING IN STANDBY MODE .................................................................................................. 56
10.8. SETTING THE TIME & DATE .............................................................................................................. 56
10.9. SET POINTS ................................................................................................................................... 57
10.10. SETTING THE TIMER PROGRAMS ...................................................................................................... 58
10.11. SETTING THE OUTDOOR SPECIFICATIONS ......................................................................................... 61
10.12. CHECKING THE OPERATING HISTORY ............................................................................................... 65
10.13. CHECKING THE FAULT HISTORY ....................................................................................................... 66
10.14. SETTING THE MAINTENANCE SPECIFICATIONS................................................................................... 67
10.15. SETTING THE USER LOCK ................................................................................................................ 70
10.16. SETTING THE PARAMETERS WITH THE DISPLAY MENU ....................................................................... 71
10.17. FAULT CODES DISPLAY ................................................................................................................... 78
10.17.1. Lock-out codes .................................................................................................................. 78
10.17.2. Blocking codes .................................................................................................................. 79
10.17.3. Maintenance attention messages ...................................................................................... 80
11. CONTROLLING OPTIONS AND SETTINGS ........................................................................................... 81
11.1. GENERAL....................................................................................................................................... 81
11.1.1. Extra boiler control............................................................................................................. 81
11.1.2. Max cooling time................................................................................................................ 81
11.1.3. Temperature display on/off ................................................................................................ 81
11.1.4. Water pressure .................................................................................................................. 81
11.1.5. Gas type selection ............................................................................................................. 81
11.1.6. Soft start option ................................................................................................................. 82
11.1.7. Pump mode (EC technology) ............................................................................................ 82
11.2. HEATING........................................................................................................................................ 83
11.2.1. Controlling behaviour settings ........................................................................................... 83
11.2.2. Room thermostat on/off ..................................................................................................... 84
11.2.3. Room thermostat OPEN THERM ...................................................................................... 84
11.2.4. Outdoor temperature related flow control .......................................................................... 84
11.2.5. 0-10 Vdc Remote flow temperature set point .................................................................... 84
11.2.6. 0-10 Vdc Remote burner input control .............................................................................. 85
11.2.7. Timer contact function ....................................................................................................... 85
11.3. INDIRECT HOT WATER / CALORIFIER ................................................................................................. 86
11.3.1. Pump and 3-way valve control .......................................................................................... 86
11.3.2. Tank thermostat................................................................................................................. 86
11.3.3. Tank sensor ....................................................................................................................... 86
11.3.4. Low/high flow temperature to tank coil .............................................................................. 87
11.3.5. Heating and hot water switching time................................................................................ 88
11.3.6. Heating and hot water switching at sudden temperature drop .......................................... 88
11.3.7. Anti-Legionnaires’ disease function (pasteurisation)......................................................... 89
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11.4. CASCADE CONTROL ....................................................................................................................... 90
11.4.1. Parameter settings for cascaded boilers .......................................................................... 90
11.4.2. Monitor screens ................................................................................................................ 92
11.4.3. Output control and boiler sequence .................................................................................. 92
12. COMMISSIONING THE BOILER ...............................................................................................................93
12.1. FIRST: FLUSHING THE BOILER WITH WATER ...................................................................................... 93
12.2. SECOND: FILLING & VENTING THE BOILER AND THE SYSTEM .............................................................. 93
12.3. THIRD: CHECK THE WATER FLOW .................................................................................................... 93
13. STARTING THE BOILER ..........................................................................................................................95
13.1. GENERAL ...................................................................................................................................... 95
13.2. FIRING FOR THE FIRST TIME ............................................................................................................ 95
14. ADJUSTING AND SETTING THE BURNER ............................................................................................96
14.1. INTRODUCTION .............................................................................................................................. 96
14.1.1. Adjustment tables ............................................................................................................. 96
14.1.2. Adjustment values ............................................................................................................. 97
14.1.3. Setting screws gas valve: drawing .................................................................................... 98
14.1.4. Adjustment actions: general scheme ................................................................................ 99
14.2. ADJUSTING IN CASE OF A NEW BOILER, OR AFTER MAINTENANCE (CASE A) ...................................... 100
14.2.1. General remark ............................................................................................................... 100
14.2.2. Checking and adjusting at maximum load ...................................................................... 100
14.2.3. Checking and adjusting at minimum load ....................................................................... 100
14.3. ADJUSTING IN CASE OF VALVE REPLACEMENT OR GAS CONVERSION (CASE B) ................................. 100
14.3.1. General remarks ............................................................................................................. 100
14.3.2. Checking and adjusting at maximum load ...................................................................... 100
14.3.3. Checking and adjusting at minimum load ....................................................................... 100
14.4. ADJUSTING PROCEDURES ............................................................................................................ 100
14.5. GAS CONVERSION PROPANE OR B/P ............................................................................................. 102
15. PUTTING THE BOILER OUT OF OPERATION ......................................................................................103
15.1. OUT OF OPERATION: ON/OFF FUNCTION ........................................................................................ 103
15.2. OUT OF OPERATION: POWER OFF .................................................................................................. 103
16. FAULT CODES AND BLOCKING CODES .............................................................................................104
16.1. FAULT CODES .............................................................................................................................. 104
16.2. BLOCKING CODES ........................................................................................................................ 109
16.3. MAINTENANCE REMINDER FUNCTION ............................................................................................. 112
17. MAINTENANCE .......................................................................................................................................113
17.1. GENERAL .................................................................................................................................... 113
17.2. ANNUAL INSPECTION & MAINTENANCE ........................................................................................... 113
18. USER INSTRUCTIONS ...........................................................................................................................116
19. INSTALLATION EXAMPLES ..................................................................................................................117
20. CPM SP116 SPARE PARTS ...................................................................................................................122
20.1. SPARE PARTS EXPLODED VIEW ..................................................................................................... 122
21. INDEX .......................................................................................................................................................125
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INTRODUCTION
This manual is written for:
 The installer

The system design engineer

The service engineer

The user
symbols
Warning: important information related to the safety of
persons and/or the appliance
All documentation produced by the Lochinvar is subject to copyright law.
1.
SAFETY GUIDELINES
Carefully read all the instructions before commencing installation.
Keep these instructions near the boiler for quick reference.
The appliance should be installed by a skilled installer according to all applicable standards and regulations.
Failure to comply with these regulations could deem the warranty invalid.
Without written approval of Lochinvar the internals of the boiler may not be changed. When changes are executed
without approval, the boiler certification becomes invalid.
Commissioning, maintenance and repair must be done by a skilled installer/engineer, according to all applicable
standards and regulations.
What to do if you smell gas:





Don't use any electrical equipment.
Don't press any switches.
Close the gas supply.
Ventilate the room (open the windows and/or outside boiler room doors).
Immediately warn the installer.
Lochinvar is not liable for any damage caused by inaccurately following these mounting instructions.
Only original parts may be used when carrying out any repair or service work.
This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory
or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision
or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety. Children should
be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
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2.
2.1.
TECHNICAL DATA OF THE CPM SP116 BOILER
Functional introduction
The CPM SP116 boilers are central heating boilers with a maximum high efficiency. Such a performance can be
reached by, amongst other things, using a special heat exchanger made of stainless steel. The heat exchanger
allows the flue gases to cool down below the condensation point, releasing extra heat. This immediately improves
the efficiency considerably.
The CPM SP116 boiler is standard set for Natural Gas G20
Gases used must meet the European standard EN 437.
Fuel used should have sulphur rates according to the European standard, a maximum annual peak over a short
period of time of 150 mg/m 3 and an annual average of 30 mg/m 3.
Boiler control includes:
 Cascade control for up to twelve boilers
 Remote operation and heat demand indication from each boiler
 Weather compensation control
 Calorifier control
Connections for:
 Boiler pump
 0-10 VDC remote flow temperature (set point) control
 0-10 VDC remote burner input control
 Outdoor temperature sensor
 External calorifier pump or diverter valve
Cascade control
When using the integrated cascade control, a maximum of twelve boilers can be controlled in a cascade configuration. By the use of an appropriate external control, this number may be increased at will.
0-10 VDC connection available
The boiler flow temperature or power input can be controlled by an external 0-10 VDC signal. When a number of
boilers are cascaded, the signal should be directed to the master boiler only. A signal of 1,48 Volt will switch on
the boiler(s), less than 1,4 Volt will switch off the boiler(s).
Time program
For both central heating and hot water function of the boiler, time programs with three programmable periods per
day are available. These time programs are set and activated by entering the desired settings directly at the boiler
control panel.
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2.2.
Technical specifications datasheet
GENERAL
Product Identification Number
Classification
Gas Appliance Type
Type boiler
Water content est.
Weight (empty)
Dimensions (h x w x d)
Flow/return connection (boiler)
Gas connection
Parallel connection
CENTRAL HEATING [EN437]
Nominal input (Net)
Nominal input (Hs) (G20)
Nominal input (Hs) (G31) 1
Nominal input (Hs) (G30) 1
Nom. output 80/60
Nom. output 50/30
Nom. output 37/30
Efficiency 40/30ºC DIN 4702-8
GAS CONSUMPTION [EN437]
Natural gas
G20
Propane gas G31 1
Butane/Propane (B/P) G30/G31 1
G20
G31 1
G30/G31 1
Litre
kg
mm
inch
inch
mm
CE 0063 BP3254
II2H3B/P
B23, B23P; C13, C33, C43, C53, C63, C83
CPM SP116
8,3
78
842 x 476 x 486
R 1"
R ¾"
Ø 100-100
kW
kW
kW
kW
kW
kW
kW
%
Values min-max:
26,0 - 111
28,9 - 123
28,3 - 121
34,7 - 120
24,7 - 106
27,2 - 116
28,1 - 120
up to 110,6 %
m³st/h
m³st/h
m³st/h
mbar
mbar
mbar
Values min-max:
2,75 - 11,8
1,06 - 4,54
0,99 - 3,44
20
30/37
50
NOTES
1
When using propane or butane, a special air restrictor kit is needed. See accessories list on page
12 and instruction at page 95.
2
Below a table is given in which the min. and max. gas supply pressures are mentioned according
to EN437
G20
G31
G30/G31
8
p nominal [mbar]
20
30
37
50
p min [mbar]
17
25
25
43
p max [mbar]
25
35
45
57
EMISSION [EN437]
%
%
%
ppm
Nominal values at min-max load:
8,7 - 9,0
9,3 - 10,3
9,3 - 10,4
6
22,2
Mg/kWh
39,9
°C
≈ 85-95
g/s
11,6 - 57,7
Pa
160
INSTALLATION
Max. flow temperature
T = 20 K
Available pressure for the
installation at
T = 25 K
Pressure CH-system min./max. 5
°C
mWC
mWC
bar
90
3,8
2,4
1-4
ELECTRIC
Power supply
Power consumption
Protection class
V / Hz
W
-
230 / 50
150
IPX4D
CO2 flue gas 3
G20
G31 1
G30/G31 B/P)1
NOx class [ EN15502-1]
Weighted NOx emission at 0% O2
Flue gas temperature at combustion air
temperature = 20°C
Mass flow flue gas [min-max]
Qfluegas condensing
Available pressure for the flue system 4
NOTES
3
CO2 of the unit measured/set without the boiler front panel in place
4
Maximum allowed combined resistance of flue gas and air supply piping at high fire
5
When the built-in water pressure sensor is replaced by a water pressure switch, water pressure
may go up to 6,0 bar
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2.3.
ERP specifications datasheet
Technical parameters according the European ERP (Energy Related Products) legislation:
Type Boiler:
CPM SP116
Condensing boiler:
Yes
low temperature boiler:
Yes
B11 boiler:
No
Cogeneration space heater:
No
Combination heater:
No
Unit:
Value
Rated heat output
kW
107,7
P-rated (P4) at 60-80⁰C
kW
107,7
Heat output (p1) 30% at 30-37⁰C
kW
36,0
Seasonal space heating energy efficiency (ɳs).
%
92,7
energy efficiency (ɳ4) at 60-80⁰C
%
87,4
energy efficiency (ɳ1) at 30-37⁰C
%
97,5
At full load (elmax).
kW
0,152
At part load (elmin)
kW
0,027
In standby mode (Psb)
kW
0,004
Standby heat loss (Pstby)
kW
0,076
Ignition burner power consumption (Pign)
Emissions (Nox) of nitrogen oxides (EN155021:2012+A1:2015)
Sound power level, indoors (EN 15036-1:2006)
kW
0,000
mg/kWh
45
dB
63
Auxiliary electricity consumption
Other
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3.
DIMENSIONS
461
495
311
118
237
00
Ø1
91
Combustion air inlet connection
(hole with sealing ring and pipe support bracket)
Ø100
468
R 1" (2x)
176
65
65
828
842
135
Flue gas outlet
R ¾"
Condensate discharge.
Flexible hose Ø25/21 x 800 mm
76
119
Gas supply connection
72
235
Circulation flow connection
77
Circulation return connection
(Circulation pump side)
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4.
4.1.
ACCESSORIES AND UNPACKING
Accessories
Depending on the selected controlling behaviour for the central heating system and/or the optional use of a
orifier, the following items can be supplied with the boiler. Ask your supplier for the specifications.
cal-
Item
Outdoor (air) temperature sensor: 12kOhm@25°C (Connect to the boiler connectors)
External flow temperature sensor for behind the low loss header: 10kOhm@25°C (to be
mounted to the boiler connections)
Calorifier temperature sensor: 10kOhm@25°C (Connect to the boiler connectors)
Conversion set for parallel to concentric flue-air terminal (100-100  100/150)
4.2.
Flue gas and air supply parts
Twin pipe
Concentric pipe
Twin pipe air and flue diameters:
Ø100
Concentric pipe diameters air and flue:
Ø100/150
Conversion kit conc. to twin pipe
Flue gas pipe PP L=1000mm
Flue gas pipe PP L=500mm
E61.001.164
M85177B
M85176B
LV310754B
M87193B
M85182B
M85181B
LV310758
Conversion kit twin pipe to concentric
Flue gas pipe PP L=1000mm
Flue gas pipe PP L=500mm
Concentric roof terminal PP
Wall pipe clamps
Conc. bend PP 43-45°
Conc. bend PP 87-90°
Concentric wall terminal
Sampling Point Ø100/150MM
LE400061A
M84402B
M84405B
LV310754B
M87196B
M84413B
M84412B
LV310758
M84421B
Concentric roof terminal SS.
Wall pipe clamps
Bend PP 43-45°
Bend PP 87-90°
Concentric wall terminal
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4.3.
Unpacking
The CPM SP116 boiler will be supplied with the following documents and accessories:
 One “Unpacking instructions” document.
 One “Mounting, user and service instructions” manual.
 One suspension bracket.
 Siphon with condensate discharge hose.
 One spare fuse and two burner door spare nuts, attached to the front of the gas valve.
After delivery, always check the boiler package to see if it is complete and without any defects. Report any imperfections immediately to your supplier.
5.
5.1.
INSTALLATION OF THE CPM SP116
General notes
At both sides of the boiler at least 50 mm of clearance should be applied to walls or wall units, 350 mm above the
top side of the boiler and enough distance from the bottom side of the boiler, so that the pump can be mounted
here.
The installation area/room must have the following provisions:
 230 V - 50 Hz power source socket with earth connection.
 Open connection to the sewer system for draining condensing water.
 A sound-deadening wall.
 The wall used for mounting the boiler must be able to hold the weight of the boiler.
Other considerations related to the boiler location.
 The ventilation of the boiler room must meet all applicable standards and regulations, regardless of the selected supply of fresh air to the boiler location.
 Both the air supply and the flue gas tubes must be connected to the outside wall and/or the outside roof.
 The installation area must be dry and frost-free.
 The boiler has a built-in fan that will generate noise, depending on the total heat demand. The boiler location
should minimise any disturbance this might cause. Preferably mount the boiler on a brick wall.
 There must be sufficient lighting available in the boiler room to work safely on the boiler.
 When a boiler is positioned at the highest point of the installation, the supply and return pipes must first protrude
0.5 m above the top of the boiler, before these pipes go to the installation side. In other words, the water level
must always be 0.5 meter above the top of the boiler and an automatic air vent must be installed in the supply
or return pipe. A low-water level protection should also be installed at the installation side.
 Notice the positioning of electrical components in relation to the temperature sensitivity.
 Make sure there is an open connection with the sewer to drain the condensate. This connection should be
lower than the condensate drain level of the boiler:
The boiler must be positioned and installed by a skilled installer in accordance with all applicable standards and
regulations. Commissioning the boiler must be done by a skilled service/commissioning engineer, who is trained
for this type of boiler.
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5.2.
Mounting the boiler
Before mounting and installing the boiler the following connections should be considered:

Flue gas system and the flue gas pipe connections

Air supply system and connections

Flow and return pipe connection and pump position

Condensate and pressure relief valve drainage

Power supply (preferably the power connection positioned above the boiler)
All lines/piping must be mounted free of tension. The weight of all the installation components should
be supported separately from the boiler so there will be no standing force on the connections.
 Pay attention to this while choosing the mounting position of the boiler.
Determine the position of the flow and return pipes by using the included suspension bracket or a suspension
frame (when supplied).
While marking the holes, ensure that the suspension bracket or frame is perpendicular and the boiler does not lean
forward. If necessary, adjust the position with the adjusting bolts at the lower rear side of the back panel (see drawing).
When the adjusting bolts aren’t sufficient, fill the gap behind the bolts to get the boiler in position. The exact boiler
position lies between the boiler hanging level and hanging slightly backwards. The boiler should not lean forward
in the mounted position.
3. Lock boiler with locking plate
and two bolts
1. Attach mounting bracket to wall
with inclined side facing upwards
2. Suspend boiler with suspension
bracket on mounting bracket
4. Level boiler using
adjusting bolts
Boiler suspension
Detail boiler suspension
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6.
CONNECTIONS WATER SIDE.
6.1.
Boiler connections
1 - Return CH
2 - Flow CH
3 - Siphon cleaning point
4 - Condensate drain
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5 - Gas
1
2
3
4
6.1.1.
MOUNTING
When mounting the connections, always
make sure that no extra tension, forces
and/or torques are applied to the connecting
pipes and/or the boiler and the boiler suspension. Keep the connections fixed in
place, as shown in the picture, by using two
wrenches.
6.1.2.
GAS CONNECTION
Always install a manual isolation valve in the gas supply line, directly underneath the boiler.
NOTICE: This valve is NOT supplied with the boiler.
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6.2.
Condensate drain connection
The condensate drain has a 19mm flexible discharge hose. The siphon must always be filled with water. As a safety measure, the siphon has been provided with
a floating ball, which closes the outlet in case of water absence, preventing large
flue gas leakage.
Use only condensate resistant materials for the external condensate drainage system. Blockage of this drain might damage the boiler. The drain connection is correct
when the condensate can be seen flowing away, e.g. using a funnel. Any damage
that might occur, when the drain is not installed correctly, is not covered by the
warranty.
Open connection
 to sewer
There should be an open connection of the condensate hose into the sewage system, see also the picture on page 13. Pressure fluctuations in the sewer system
may not affect the pressure in the condensate drain hose, supplied with the siphon
The siphon must be checked at least once a year. Disassemble the siphon and clean every part of it.
Check the functioning of the siphon by filling it with water. Then blow into the top condensate inlet, gently
increase the pressure. At some point water starts coming out of the siphon outlet. During this the floating
ball should gradually drop into its seat. By doing this, the ball closing the outlet (almost) completely.
When mounting the siphon, before commissioning the boiler and/or after maintenance, the siphon must
ALWAYS be completely filled with water.
This is a safety measure: the water in the siphon keeps the flue gases from leaking out of the heat
exchanger via the condensate drain.
6.3.
BOILER
NOT
supplied
with boiler
NOT
supplied
with boiler
expansion ves-
pressure relief
boiler
bleed
valve for
boiler
service
flow
return
Flow and return connections
In the picture, an example is shown of the installation of
the flow and return connections in combination with several functional and/or safety components. The picture
does not necessarily contain ALL safety components that
may or must be applied  always have the installation
carried out by a skilled installer according to all applicable
standards and regulations.
It is advised to install two service valves underneath the
boiler, so the boiler can be isolated from the heating system, when needed. The valves must be positioned in such
a way that no safety components like pressure relief
valves and expansion vessels can be isolated from the
boiler.
The boiler pump should always be mounted in the return
pipe of the boiler.
When using a system pump, this pump should always be
mounted in the return pipe of the heating system.
Never use chlorine-based fluxes for soldering any pipes
of the water system.
NOTICE: Accessories in the picture are NOT supplied
with the boiler.
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6.4.
The expansion vessel
The capacity of the expansion vessel must be selected and based on the capacity of the central heating system
and the static pressure. Suggested is to fit the expansion vessel in the return pipe of the central heating system. It
can be combined with the drain valve for service.
6.5.
Pressure relief valve
The boiler has no internal pressure relief valve. This should be installed in the flow pipe of the heating system and
close to the boiler. When having cascaded boilers, each boiler should have its own pressure relief valve. It is
advised to use a T-piece for this.
Advice is always to install service valves, so the boiler can be isolated from the heating system, when needed.
Make sure that the pressure relief valve is mounted between the boiler and the service valves.
The pressure relief valve must always be installed in such a way that it cannot be isolated from the boiler by a
valve. The specifications and size of the relief valve should be determined by the installer and must comply with
all applicable regulations and boiler capacity.
6.6.
Bypass
The boiler has no internal bypass. When many thermostatic valves are being used, the system should have a
bypass to allow an adequate flow when all thermostatic valves are closed. Instead of a bypass also a low-loss
header can be used for this function.
The boiler flow will also be influenced when a pipe of the heating system is frozen/blocked. Make sure all heating
pipes are free from the risk of frost. If there is the risk of freezing of the heating system, all the pipe sections must
be insulated and/or protected with the help of a tracing.
6.7.
Pump functionality

The external pump must be mounted in the return pipe of the boiler.

The boiler pump must be controlled by the CPM SP116 boiler control. If, for any reason, an
external pump control is applied without written approval of Lochinvar Limited, the complete
warranty on the CPM SP116 boiler and all supplied parts will become invalid.
High efficiency pump (default settings)
The pump is controlled by a PWM signal from the burner controller. It’s set point is based on a delta T of 20°C.
This means, that when the burner is on full load, delta T = 20°C, and when the burner modulates down, the pump
also modulates down keeping delta T 20°C (provided it is still in range of the lowest limit of the pump).
The delta T monitoring parameters have been set so, that a malfunctioning of the pump or an extreme resistance
in the hydraulic system will be detected by the burner controller. When the limits of these parameters are exceeded,
the display message “dT Block” will be displayed. This message will disappear when the delta T is within limits
again, if not the boiler will go into a lock out after 45 seconds and the display will blink with the message “FlowReturn
dTfault” (see also § 16.1. , page 104 ff).
ON/OFF pump
If an on/off pump is used, it must be connected to the P3 control (23-24-25).
When this pump has multiple speed settings, make sure it is set at the highest setting and do not change this
setting. The boiler has an internal pump switch that has a programmable delay before it turns off (also for hot
water supply this delay is programmable).
The pump starts running in case of a heat demand. When heat demand stops, the pump will continue to run for a
programmed period and after that it will stop. The pump and (when installed) the three-way valve or hot water
pump for the calorifier can be activated every 24 hours (for a programmable period). This 24-hour cycle starts as
soon as the power supply of the boiler is connected.
6.8.
Frost protection
The boiler has a built-in frost protection that is automatically activating the CH pump when the boiler return temperature drops below the 5°C. When the boiler return temperature drops below the 3°C, the burner is also ignited.
The pump and/or burner will shut down as soon as the return temperature has reached the 10°C. The mentioned
temperatures are related to the temperatures measured by the RETURN sensor of the boiler. This frost protection
function will not fire up the boiler in case of a “general blocking” of the burner demand.
NOTICE: This frost protection is only to reduce the risk of frost damage to the boiler, not the whole system.
Be aware that flow restrictions in the system, caused by frozen pipes, will also prevent the water flow, needed for
the boiler frost protection function to work. Because it concerns a programmable setting, boiler damage caused by
frost/freezing will affect warranty.
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6.9.
Installing a strainer and/or dirt separator
SYSTEM WITH DIRT SEPARATOR
WATER RETURN FROM
SYSTEM
DIRT SEPARATOR
WATER FLOW
TO BOILER(S)
DIRT
BLEED
VALVE
SYSTEM WITH STRAINER
AIR
BLEED
VALVE
WATER RETURN
FROM SYSTEM
VALVE
WATER FLOW
TO BOILER(S)
Always install a strainer (water filter)
and/or a dirt separator in the return pipe
of the boiler; in such a way that the water going to the boiler is free of any debris/particles. When using a water filter
always check a week after installation
to determine the strainer cleaning interval. Advice is to mount valves before
and after the strainer, including an air
bleed valve, so the strainer can be isolated from the heating circuit for service
operations. Clean water is very important, blocked and/or polluted heat
exchangers, including failures and/or
damages caused by this blockage are
not covered by the warranty.
VALVE
STRAINER
(WATER FILTER)
SYSTEM WITH STRAINER AND DIRT SEPARATOR
WATER
RETURN
FROM
SYSTEM
AIR
BLEED
VALVE
VALVE
STRAINER
(WATER FILTER)
DIRT SEPARATOR
WATER
FLOW TO
BOILER(S)
VALVE
6.10.
DIRT
BLEED
VALVE
Water quality
The pH value of the water must be within the following limits: 7,5 < pH < 9,5. This pH value is reached with the
steady conditions. These steady conditions will occur, when after filling the heating system (pH around 7) with
fresh water, the water will lose its air because of the air bleeding operation and heating up (dead water conditions).
Water hardness must be within the following limits:
3,5° Clark (50 ppm CaCO3) < total hardness < 10,5° Clark (150 ppm CaCO3)
When the water might contain aluminium particles, this should be of a maximum of 8.5 ppm. If there is any risk of
contamination of the water by any kind of debris/chemicals in the period after installing, a plate heat exchanger
should be used to separate the boiler circuit from the heating circuit (see drawing below).
It is advised to prevent the possible air intake and water leakage of the central heating system. Fresh oxygenated
water might damage the heat exchanger of the boiler and should therefore be prevented. Usual spots where air is
most likely to seep in are: suction gaskets, pumps, air valve working as a venting pipe, O-rings / gaskets in stuffing
box.
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6.11.
Plastic piping in the heating system
When plastic pipes are used in the central heating system, these should be separated from the boiler system by
using a plate heat exchanger. Diffusion (of plastic) can cause air to enter the heating system. Be aware that plastic
piping is often used in under floor heating systems. When no measures have been taken to prevent the entrance
of air into the boiler system, the warranty of the boiler and any boiler part may be deemed invalid.
If plastic pipe with a built in air barrier designed to stop diffusion is used, this will remove the requirement
to use a plate heat exchanger. NOTE all modern plastic piping systems complying to BS7921 have a built
in air barrier.
6.12.
Automatic air vent
This automatic air vent is only used for bleeding the air from the heat exchanger of the boiler, while filling the
system. Externally measures must be taken to bleed air from the heating system, using air separators in combination with automatic air vents.
DE-AERATION PROGRAM. When the unit is fired for the first time the unit starts a de-aeration program. One cycle
means 5 seconds pump running and 5 seconds pump off. A complete de-aeration program consists out of THREE
cycles. The de-aeration program can be interrupted/stopped by briefly pressing the service button.
6.13.
Automatic water filling systems
When using an automatic water refill system some precautions should be taken (fresh water is bringing fresh
oxygen into the system), like installing a water meter to measure and evaluate the total water volume that is added
to the system. Some form of logging should take place, so that continuously filling of the system with large amounts
of oxygen rich fresh water, indicating leakage, is detected in time.
6.14.
Water pressure
The installation should be designed and installed to conform to all applicable regulations and standards, including
fitting the correct safety valves.
IMPORTANT: Always keep the pressure in the boiler lower than the value at which its safety valve opens.
Sensor
A water pressure sensor has been built into the boiler. With this sensor, the minimum water pressure in the boiler
is 0,8 bar and the maximum pressure is up to 4,0 bar (sensor values). The normal water pressure is supposed to
be between 1,5 and 2,0 bar.
The pressure sensor will stop the boiler from firing when the water pressure drops below 0.8 bar, and start the
boiler firing again when the water pressure reaches above the 1.0 bar. These values can be changed in the boiler
control settings.
Higher pressure systems (e.g. in high buildings)
If pressures higher than 4,0 bar occur in the heating system, the best solution is to separate the system from the
boiler by means of a plate heat exchanger. Now the boiler pressure can still be under 4,0 bar and the boiler control
remains as described above.
Without plate heat exchanger, above 4,0 bar, a water pressure switch has to be built into the boiler instead of the
water pressure sensor - the maximum allowed value in the boiler now is 6,0 bar and the boiler control needs to be
adjusted.
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6.15.
Chemical water treatment
The chemical compatibility of several products for treatment of the central heating equipment has been tested on
the heat exchangers and the boilers. A list of corrosion inhibitors in preventative and curative treatment for gas
fired central heating boilers can be supplied by the Lochinvar.
6.16.
Under floor heating
When using an under-floor heating system, the boiler circuit must be separated from the heating circuit with a plate
heat exchanger, unless plastic pipe with a suitable air barrier preventing diffusion is used. See 6.11
6.17.
Flush the system with fresh water
The water of the boiler and heating circuit should be free of any particles, debris and pollution. Therefore, the
complete installation must always be thoroughly flushed with clean water before installing and using the boiler(s).
6.18.
6.18.1.
Installation examples
EXAMPLE OF A LOW-RESISTANCE HEATING CIRCUIT
valve
air separator
dirt separator
strainer (water filter)
HEATING ZONE
pressure relief valve
siphon
pump
automatic air vent
expansion vessel
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6.18.2.
EXAMPLE OF A NORMAL SINGLE BOILER HEATING CIRCUIT (PREFERABLE)
valve
air separator
dirt separator
strainer (water filter)
HEATING ZONE
pressure relief valve
siphon
pump
automatic air vent
expansion vessel
low loss header
6.18.3.
EXAMPLE OF A MULTIPLE BOILER HEATING CIRCUIT
NON-RETURN
VALVE
(low resistance
type)
NOT SPRING
LOADED
HEATING ZONE
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7.
HYDRAULIC GRAPH BOILER RESISTANCE (mWC)
7.1.
High efficiency pump
The boiler software is set on a modulating pump.
High efficiency pump
ΔT=25K
ΔT=20K
Head (meter WC) 
10.0
9.0
8.0
7.0
6.0
5.0
4.0
3.0
2.0
1.0
0.0
0.0
1.0
Resistance Boiler
Head for Installation
2.0
3.0
Max. Head Pump
Min Head Pump
4.0
5.0
Water flow (m³/h) 
“Head Pump” characteristic line based on the UPML 25-105PWM pump.
In this graph a minimum and a maximum head for the pump are depicted; the pump will modulate between these
two levels.
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7.2.
Pumps: electrical power limits
General
- The inrush current of a conventional pump is approximately 2½ x its nominal current.
- The maximum current, that the relay on the PCB can switch, is 5 A.
The conclusion from this is that nominal currents of pumps, which are controlled by the PCB, may not exceed 2 A.
Pump P1 - boiler pump.
Modulating boiler pump is connected to fixed power supply 30-31-32. Relay P1 is not used.
Pump P2 - calorifier pump.
Pump P2 is a DHWi pump and is used when P4AA = 1, meaning the appliance is an indirect calorifier.
Pump P2 is connected to one fuse of 5 A.
The maximum allowed nominal current of pump P2 is 2 A, again due to inrush current. P max= 460 W.
3 way valve.
The nominal current of the 3-way valve must be smaller than 5 A.
So, the inrush current of the 3-way valve must be lower than 3 A
Pump P3 - system pump.
The nominal current of pump P3 must be equal to or lower than 2 A, implying Pmax= 460 W.
Warning (EC pumps):
In case of using an electronic commutating pump, the relays 1, 2 or 3 may not be used for the power connection,
because of the inrush current of the electronics of the pump.
Directly connect the pump to an external power supply.
Control connections of an EC pump can be established in several ways, set by parameter P5BN.
See § 11.1.7 on page 82.
7.3.
Pump installation.
In case of applying the UPML 25-105 PWM pump use below given explanation to install this pump
1. Connect the pump
hydraulically to the return
connection of the boiler
and the system
2. Disconnect the electrical
connection of the boiler to
the mains
3. Use one of the spare holes in the bottom plate of the boiler to
assemble the cable gland and pump signal cable.
Connect the pump signal connector to the burner controller connector as shown in the picture.
4. Use one of the spare cable glands in the bottom plate to assemble the cable into the boiler.
Connect the pump mains wires to screw terminals 30, 31 and 32
The connections are placed on top of the display panel and can be
accessed by removing the boiler front door and the connector protection cover
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8.
8.1.
FLUE GAS DISCHARGE AND AIR SUPPLY SYSTEM
General
The boiler has a positive pressure flue system. The available combined pressure drop for the inlet and outlet
system is 160 Pa.
Notice:

Install the horizontal flue components with a 3% fall in the direction of the boiler (about five centimetres for
every linear meter). When not installed accordingly it may result in condensation building up in the flue gas
tube which may cause component failure.

It is preferable to use roof terminals. Because of the high capacity, using wall terminals on the CPM SP116
can give large flue gas plumes. When installed correctly, roof terminals in general give a better flue gas dilution
with the surrounding air, and a good transport away from the surroundings and the air inlet. This is valid for
concentric roof terminals and for a separate air inlet nearby a separate flue gas outlet.

When using a wall terminal, there is a risk of ice building-up on surrounding parts/structures, because the
condensate may freeze. This risk should be taken into account during the design phase of the heating installation.
Note.
Because the flue gases can have a low temperature, the boiler needs to have a high efficiency approved stainless
steel or plastic flue system. These materials, including the gaskets, should be usable for positive pressure flue gas
systems and have a temperature class of T120.
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8.2.
Boiler categories - types of flue gas systems.
For C43 and C83 see cascade manual available from Lochinvar Limited
Type according EN 15502-2-1: 2012
Performance
Open
B23(P)
Flue outlet
Air supply
from room
Description
* Roof terminal
* Without draught diverter
* Boiler room air supply.
* P = overpressure systems
See chapter: Accessories –
Flue gas and air supply parts - TWIN PIPE
Air inlet
See: Six typical examples - example C
Be aware:
Vented area
C13
Closed
Air supply
from outside
The installation room has to have
sufficient air supply vents. These
vents must be open and may not be
closed or blocked.
Requirements at NEN 3028 paragraph 6.5
*Wall outlet.
*Air supply inlet and flue gas outlet at the same
air pressure zone.
(a combined wall outlet e.g.).
When used with separated air supply inlet and
flue gas outlet the outlets have to be within a
square of 100 cm
Concentric
wall outlet
See chapter: Accessories –
Flue gas and air supply parts - CONCENTRIC
See: Six typical examples - example E
C33
Closed
Air supply
from outside
Concentric roof terminal
concentric/ parallel adaptor
* Flue terminal at the roof.
* Air supply inlet and flue gas outlet located at
the same air pressure zone
(a combined roof terminal e.g.).
When used with separated air supply and flue
gas outlet the outlets have to be within a square
of 100 cm
And the distance between the planes of the two
transits must be smaller as 100 cm
See chapter: Accessories –
Flue gas and air supply parts - TWIN PIPE
See: Six typical examples - example B
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C53
Closed
Air supply
from outside
Flue outlet
*Separate air supply duct
*Separate flue gas discharge duct.
* Air supply inlet and flue gas outlet at different air pressure zones. But not at opposite walls.
See chapter: Accessories –
Flue gas and air supply parts - TWIN PIPE
Air inlet
See: Six typical examples - example F
C63 - example
Closed
Air supply
from outside
Flue outlet
roof terminal
Air inlet
roof terminal
* Appliance sold without flue/air-inlet ducts
* The flue gas parts are not part of the
boiler. The boiler is intended to be connected to a separately approved and marketed system for the supply of combustion
air and discharge of combustion products.
Condensate is allowed to go to the boiler.
* Air supply inlet and flue gas outlet not at
opposite walls
* Technical data:
nominal Tflue gas
85°C
nominal Qfluegas
57,7 g/s
maximum Tfluegas
95°C
min. load Tfluegas
35°C
min. load Qfluegas
11,6 g/s
nominal % CO2
9,0 %
max. allowed draft
70Pa
max. pressure drop in160Pa
let-outlet
max Tair supply
40°C
max recirculation
10%
1) tabel technical specifications
See chapter: Accessories
- Flue gas and air supply parts
- TWIN PIPE
See: Six typical examples - example A
8.3.
C63 certified
In general, boilers are certified with their own flue gas material. For type B23, C13, C33, C43, C53, C83 systems,
only use flue gas and air supply parts approved according §4.2 and §4.3.
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Metal: liner
specifications
Soot fire resistance class
Distance to
combustible material
P1
P1
W
W
1
1
L20040
O
O
30
40
Plastics:
enclosure
Corrosion resistance class
T120
T120
Plastics: fire behaviour
Resistance to
condensate
EN 14471
EN 1856-1
Plastics:
location
Pressure class
min. req. PP
min. req. SS
Temperature
class
CE string
flue gas
material
European
standard
If a boiler is C63 certified, no specific type flue gas material has been certified in combination with the boiler. In this
case the flue gas and air supply parts should comply with the applicable European standards (EN14989).
So, for type C63 systems flue gas and air supply parts from other suppliers can be used. It must be able to handle
the condensate forming (W) and transport, overpressure (P1) and must have a minimum temperature class of
T120. Also, it has to meet the requirements in the following chapters "air supply" and "flue terminal".
I of E
C/E
L
A few examples of flue gas material suitable for CPM-SP boilers:
CE String for Plastic PPs: EN14471 T120 P1 W 2 O(30) I C/E L
CE String for Stainless Steel: EN1856-1 T250 P1 W V2-L50040 O (50)
When selecting flue gas systems, be aware that the minimum requirements are met. So only select flue gas materials having the same or better properties than this table.
All flue systems supplied by Lochinvar for the CPM-SP are PP.
Never use aluminium containing flue gas pipes in these boilers.
Connecting diameters and tolerances:
mat
SS
boiler
CPM SP116
dnom
100
Doutside
100 +0,3/ -0,7
PP
CPM SP116
100
100 +0,6/ -0,6
dinside
101 +0,3/ -0,3
Linsert
50 +2/ -2
50 +20/ -2
Multiple boilers can be connected to a common duct. These flue gas systems for multiple boiler installations must
always be engineered as zero or negative pressure systems; this to prevent the risk of recirculation of the flue
gases. Consult the flue gas supplier for detailed information and engineering. See also the cascade manual for
these multiple boiler installations available from Lochinvar Limited.
8.4.
Air supply
When an air supply duct is connected from the outside of the building to the boiler, the boiler will operate as a
room-independent boiler (closed boiler). The air supply duct can be made of:

PVC / PP

Thin-walled aluminium

Stainless steel
8.4.1.
COMBUSTION AIR QUALITY
Combustion air must be free of contaminants. For example: chlorine, ammonia and/or alkali agents, dust, sand
and pollen. Notice that installing a boiler near a swimming pool, a washing machine, laundry or chemical plants
does expose combustion air to these contaminants.
8.4.2.
AIR SUPPLY THROUGH HUMID AREAS
When the supply duct will be placed in a boiler room with moist air (for example: greenhouses), a double walled
supply duct or an insulated duct must be used to prevent the possible condensation at the outside of the duct. It is
not possible to insulate the internal air pipes of the boiler and therefore condensation at the internal air canals must
be prevented.
When roof mounted, the air supply duct needs to be protected against rain, so no water will be entering the boiler.
No water is allowed to enter the boiler through the air inlet canal at any time.
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8.5.
Pipe heights on a flat roof
Height A
This is the height of the air inlet. A rain hood should prevent rainwater entering the air supply system.
When the inlet and outlet are mounted on a flat roof, the inlet should
be at least 60 cm above the roof surface and at least 30 cm above the
maximum snow level.
Example 1:
When the maximum snow level on the roof surface is 45 cm then the
air inlet should be at 45+30=75 cm. 75 cm is more than the minimum
60 so the height will be 75 cm.
Example 2:
When the maximum snow level on the roof surface is 15 cm then the
air inlet should be at 15+30=45 cm. 45 cm is less than the minimum 60
cm so the height will be 60 cm.
Height difference B
This is the distance between the flue outlet and the air inlet.
The flue gas outlet should be at least 70 cm above the air inlet. It is
advised to be equipped with a conical outlet.
When no air inlet connection is applied on the roof, the flue outlet
should be situated at least 100 cm above the roof surface.
Distance C
The horizontal distance between the flue gas discharge pipe and
air inlet pipe at roof level.
This distance should be at least 70 cm.
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8.6.
Flue gas outlet & combustion air inlet calculation examples
For six typical flue gas outlet & air inlet configurations the maximum lengths of the straight pipes will be calculated.
First the general component values are given in the next table:
Resistance R [Pa]
* twin pipe Ø 100
Component
straight tube/m
flue
air
* conc.
Ø 100/150
6,5
4,0
10
45° bend
3,2
2,0
9,0
90° bend
6,5
4,0
13
roof terminal zeta = 0,05
1,1
roof terminal zeta = 1,0
22,1
roof terminal zeta = 1,5
33,2
16,7
roof terminal concentric
45
wall terminal
24
concentric/TP adaptor
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* Do NOT reduce pipe diameters relative to boiler connection diameter.
Zeta values:
FLUE GAS OUTLET
AIR INLET
zeta = 0
open outlet
NOTICE: This table can only be
used for a single flue/air system
for one boiler. Do NOT use this table for common flue systems with
cascaded boilers.
H/D = 1,0
zeta = 1,0
zeta = 0,05
conical outlet
CONCENTRIC
FLUE GAS OUTLET
AIR INLET
H/D = 1,0
zeta = 1,0
ROOF
H/D = 0,5
zeta = 1,5
WALL
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8.7.
A:
B:
C:
D:
E:
F:
8.7.1.
Six typical examples
Twin pipe system with separate pipes for flue gas and air supply
Twin pipe system with separate pipes and concentric roof terminal
Single pipe for flue gas outlet only (air supply from boiler room)
Concentric pipe for flue gas/air supply (roof-mounted)
Concentric pipe for flue gas/air supply (wall-mounted)
Separate air supply duct & flue duct in different pressure zone
C63
C33
B23
C33
C13
C53
GENERAL TWIN-PIPE INSTALLATION GUIDELINES
The images shown below may not represent the equipment supplied, images and instructions are for general guidance only
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31
32
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8.7.2.
EXAMPLE A: TWIN PIPE SYSTEM (C63)
Calculation example with given lengths: checking resistance
Boiler type:
Flue gas
4m
5m
Diameter:
2m
2m
2m
Air supply
2m
CPM SP116
100 mm
Number
Pa
Pa total
Straight tube m¹
total
9
Bend
90°
2
Flue outlet
conical
1
Total resistance flue gas outlet:
6,5
6,5
22,1
58,5
13,0
22,1
Diameter: 130 mm
Number
Straight tube m¹
total
8
Bend
90°
2
Air inlet
H/D = 1,0
1
Total resistance air supply:
Pa
4
4
16,7
93,6
Total resistance flue gas outlet and air supply:
150,3 Pa
The total resistance is less than 160 Pa. This flue gas / air supply system is functional.
120
180
8.7.3.
Pa total
32
8
16,7
56,7
Be aware: Lochinvar Ltd specific resistance values are used in this example. Flue and air pipes of other supplier can have other values
EXAMPLE B: TWIN PIPE SYSTEM WITH CONCENTRIC ROOF TERMINAL (C33)
Calculation example with given lengths: checking resistance
Flue gas
2m
2m
Boiler type:
2m
Air supply
2m
2m
2m
CPM SP116
Diameter: 100 mm
Number
Straight tube m¹
total
6
Bend
90°
2
concentric
Roof terminal
1
150/100
Adaptor conc./par.
150/100
1
Total resistance flue gas outlet:
Diameter:
100 mm
Pa
6,5
6,5
Pa total
39
13
45
45
22
22
119
Number
Pa
Pa total
Straight tube m¹
total
6
4
24
Bend
90°
2
4
8
Total resistance air supply:
Total resistance flue gas outlet and air supply:
120
34
32
151 Pa
The total resistance is less than 160 Pa. This flue gas / air supply system is functional.
Part number. roof terminal: LV310754B - PP
Examples A (C63) and B (C33) maximum pipe lengths
Concentric roof terminal
concentric/parallel adaptor
Flue outlet
Air inlet
Example B
C33
Example A
C63
Example A (C63)
boiler type 
Diameter air inlet
Diameter flue outlet
Diam. roof terminals
Maximum pipe length
(inlet + outlet together)
[mm]
[mm]
[mm]
[m]
CPM SP116
100
100
100
15,0
Example B (C33)
Boiler type  CPM SP116
Diameter air inlet
Diameter flue outlet
[mm]
[mm]
Diam. roof terminals
[mm]
Maximum pipe length
[m]
(inlet + outlet together)
Part no. concentric roof terminal PP.
100
100
100/150
11
LV310754B
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EXAMPLE C: SINGLE FLUE GAS OUTLET. AIR SUPPLY FROM BOILER ROOM
Calculation example with given lengths: checking resistance
4m
8.7.4.
Boiler type:
CPM SP116
2m
3m
Flue gas
Diameter:
100 mm
Number
Pa
Pa total
Straight tube m¹
total
13
6,5
84,5
Bend
45°
2
3,2
6,4
Bend
90°
2
6,5
13,0
H/D = 1,0
1
22,1
22,1
Flue outlet
2m
2m
Total resistance flue gas outlet:
The total resistance is less than 160 Pa. This flue gas / air supply system is
functional.
Part number. roof terminal: LV310754B - PP, concentric
100
120
Flue outlet
Vented area
Air inlet
Air inlet
Example C
B23
Example C (B23)
boiler type 
Diameter air inlet
[mm]
Diameter flue outlet
[mm]
Diam. roof terminal
[mm]
Maximum pipe length [m]
[m]
(total outlet length)
Part no. roof terminal: PP, conc:
36
126
CPM SP116
100
100
100
18
LV310754B
8.7.5.
GENERAL CONCENTRIC FLUE SYSTEM INSTALLATION GUIDELINES
The images shown below may not represent the equipment supplied, images and instructions are for general guidance only
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38
39
40
8.7.6.
EXAMPLE D: CONCENTRIC FLUE GAS/AIR SUPPLY PIPE (ROOF-MOUNTED)
Calculation example with given lengths: checking resistance
Boiler type:
Concentric
Diameter:
120
60
8.7.7.
CPM SP116 (C33)
100/150 mm.
Number
Pa
Pa total
Straight tube m
total
11
10
110
Bend
90°
3
13
39
Bend
45°
2
9
18
Concentric terminal
roof
1
45
Total resistance flue gas outlet and air supply
(concentric):
45
212
The total resistance is more than 160 Pa. This flue gas / air supply system
is NOT functional.
Part number concentric roof terminal: LV310754B – PP
EXAMPLE E: CONCENTRIC SYSTEM W ALL OUTLET C13(WALL-MOUNTED)
Calculation example with given lengths: checking resistance
Boiler type:
Concentric
Diameter:
120
60
CPM SP116
100/150 mm
Number
Pa
Pa total
Straight tube m
total
9
10
90
Bend
90°
1
13
13
Concentric terminal
wall
1
24
24
Total resistance flue gas outlet and air supply
(concentric):
127
The total resistance is less than 160 Pa. This flue gas / air supply system
is functional.
Part number. concentric wall terminal: LV310758B- PP
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Examples D and E maximum pipe lengths
concentric
roof terminal
concentric
wall terminal
Example D
C33
Example E
C13
Example D (C33)
boiler type  CPM SP116
Diameter concentric pipe
Concentric roof terminal
[mm]
[mm]
Maximum pipe length
[m]
Part no. conc. roof terminal PP
100/150
100/150
5
LV310754B
Example E (C13)
boiler type  CPM SP116
Diameter concentric pipe
[mm]
100/150
Concentric wall terminal
[mm]
100/150
Maximum pipe length
Part no. conc. wall terminal PP
42
[m]
12,0
LV310758B
8.7.8.
EXAMPLE F: SEPARATE AIR SUPPLY DUCT & FLUE DUCT IN DIFFERENT PRESSURE ZONE (C53)
Calculation example with given lengths: checking resistance
Boiler type:
Air supply
Flue gas
Diameter:
CPM SP116
100 mm
Number
Pa
Pa total
Straight tube m¹
total
6
Bend
45°
2
Bend
90°
2
Flue outlet
conical
1
Total resistance flue gas outlet:
6,5
3,2
6,5
22,1
39
6,4
13
22,1
Diameter: 100 mm
Number
Straight tube m¹
total
2
Bend
90°
1
Air inlet
H/D = 1,0
1
Total resistance air supply:
Pa
4,0
4,0
16,7
80,5
Pa total
8,0
4,0
16,7
28,7
Total resistance flue gas outlet and air supply:
109,2 Pa
The total resistance is less than 160 Pa. This flue gas / air supply system
is functional.
Be aware: Lochinvar Ltd specific resistance values are used in this
example flue and air pipes of other supplier can have other values.
Part number. Flue gas roof terminal: LV310754B - PP
Part number. Air wall terminal: LV310758B- PP
Example F (C53)
boiler type 
CPM SP116
Diameter wall terminal
[mm]
100
Diameter air inlet
[mm]
100
Diameter air inlet/ flue outlet [mm]
100
Diameter roof terminal
100
Maximum pipe length
(inlet + outlet together)
[mm]
[m]
15
Part no. roof terminal:
PP, conc:
LV310754B
Part no. wall terminal:
PP, conc:
LV310758B
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9.
9.1.
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
General
All the wiring is connected by means of screw terminals. The connections are placed on top of the display panel
and can be accessed by removing the boiler front door and the connector protection cover.
The boiler pump must be controlled by the CPM SP116 boiler control. If, for any reason, an external
pump control is applied without written approval of LOCHINVAR LTD, the complete warranty on the
CPM SP116 boiler and all supplied parts will become invalid.
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




9.2.
For operation the boiler needs a power supply of 230 Vac 50Hz.
The boiler connections are not life/neutral sensitive (the boiler is not phase-sensitive).
The wiring for the connections can be entered at the bottom of the boiler through the cable glands.
NOTICE: Before starting to work on the boiler, it must be switched off and the power supply to the boiler must
be disconnected.
Electrical wiring should be installed according to all applicable standards and regulations.
Working on the boiler should only be done by a qualified service engineer that is skilled in working on electrical
installations and according to all applicable standards and regulations.
Electrical connections
An extensive explanation of the connections and their functions is given in the table in the next section.
9.3.
Functions of the connections
1-2
OUTDOOR SENSOR
When an outdoor temperature sensor is connected, the boiler will control the flow water temperature by
using a calculated value, which is relative to the outdoor temperature.
PARAMETER: No parameter settings needed.
3-4
EXTERNAL FLOW SENSOR
When a low loss header is used, this external flow sensor measures the flow temperature at the system
side. The sensor must be mounted on the supply pipe at the system side, just behind the low loss header.
NOTICE: The sensor is required when several boilers are cascaded with the internal cascade manager.
PARAMETER: No parameter settings needed.
5-6
CALORIFIER SENSOR or THERMOSTAT
When an indirect hot water tank / calorifier is installed, a hot water sensor must be connected to these
terminals. In case of a DHW heat demand, the set point will be shown in the display. An external on/off
thermostat can also be connected to these terminals. When there is heat demand (terminal 5 and 6 are
bridged) the flow temperature going to the heating coil(s) will be shown in the display.
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7-8
GENERAL BLOCKING
A heat demand that will start the burner will be blocked when terminals 7 and 8 are not bridged. This
connection is for the use of external safety devices (terminals must be bridged for allowing burner to
fire).
9-10
EXTERNAL WATER PRESSURE SWITCH
A water pressure sensor is mounted in the boiler. As an option a water pressure switch can be installed.
The sensor can be replaced by the water pressure switch, which can be wired to the terminals. When
terminals 9/10 are not bridged, the boiler will lock-out. PARAMETER: A parameter change is needed.
11-12
ON/OFF STAT OR OPEN THERM HEATING CIRCUIT
OPTION 1: An ON/OFF thermostat can be connected. The boiler will use the set/programmed flow temperature for the heating system when these terminals 11 and 12 are bridged.
OPTION 2: An OpenTherm (OT) controller can be connected to the terminals 11 and 12. The boiler
software will detect and use this OpenTherm signal automatically.
13-14
0-10 VDC CONTROL SIGNAL
These terminals are used for an external 0-10 VDC control signal. PARAMETER: A parameter change
is needed. NOTICE: Terminal 13 [+] (positive) and Terminal 14 [-] (negative).
15-16
CASCADE CONNECTION
These connections are used when boilers are cascaded with the internal cascade manager for controlling the total cascade. NOTICE: Connect all terminals 15 and all terminals 16 together, do not switch
between these terminals.
17-18
LOCK-OUT OR PUMP ON/OFF
This contact is N.O. (normally open). When the unit is in lock-out this contact will close.
This contact can also be used for the switching of a pump with a separate control connection, in which
case a parameter change is needed.
19-20
BURNER BURNING OR EXTRA BOILER OR PUMP ON/OFF
This contact is N.O. (normally open). When the unit starts the burner, and detects the flame, this contact
will be closed. This contact can also be used to control an external (extra) boiler, or for the switching of
a pump with a separate control connection. In the latter two cases a parameter change is needed.
21-22
BURNER DEMAND OR PUMP ON/OFF
This contact is N.O. (normally open). When the unit receives any heat demand this contact will close.
This contact can also be used for the switching of a pump with a separate control connection, in which
case a parameter change is needed.
23-24-25
CH SYSTEM PUMP P3
Connection for a central heating system pump (P3).
NOTICE: Nominal pump current of P3 may not exceed 2 A, therefore its power may not exceed 460 W,
cf. § 7.2.
26-27-28-29
DIVERTOR VALVE CALORIFIER
When using a calorifier/hot water tank, a 3-way valve or a pump (P2) can be used to divert hot water to
the heating coil of the calorifier/tank. This 3-way valve will open, when the hot water storage tank/calorifier has a heat demand. PARAMETER: A parameter change is needed.
26 = L1 wire (heating position); 27 = Neutral wire; 28 = Ground wire; 29 = L2 wire (hot water position).
The inrush current of the 3-way valve may not exceed 3 A, see also § 7.2.
27-28-29
CALORIFIER PUMP P2
When using a calorifier/hot water tank, a 3-way valve or a pump (P2) can be used to divert hot water to
the heating coil of the calorifier/tank. This pump will start when the hot water storage tank/calorifier creates a hot water demand. PARAMETER: A parameter change is needed.
Nominal pump current of P2 may not exceed 2 A, therefore its power may not exceed 460 W, see also
§ 7.2.
30-31-32
FIXED POWER SUPPLY FOR MODULATING BOILER PUMP 230V~50Hz
Connection for modulating boiler circulation pump (P1). The pump is powered permanently and modulated by the PWM signal of the burner controller.
33-34-35
MAIN POWER SUPPLY TO BOILER 230V~50Hz
The power supply connection of the unit. 33 = Phase wire; 34 = Ground wire; 35 = Neutral wire.
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9.4.
Electrical schematics
internal
connections
ionisation and/or ignition
display
K7
K2
K2
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
clixon/maximum (S7)
water thermostat 24vdc
K1
K1
fan Hall
fan control
FAN
CN6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
CN7
CN15
K8
N.C.
ref.1
K0
fan PWM
-
K6
+24Vdc
K7
K0
PWM pump control
K8
K5
flow sensor ntc (S1) 10K
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
CN10
K5
K8
K3
K0
CN12
CN11
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
K0
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
7
8
9
10
11
12
Gnd
K6
out
flue sensor ntc (S6) 10K
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
K3
return sensor ntc (S2) 10K
+5V
Gnd
water pressure switch connection
(not used)
+
K9
K9
K7
N.C.
K1
K1
K9
K9
Rear wall thermal fuse
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
out
K3
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
water pressure sensor
(water pressure switch will be
mounted above 4 Bar)
K8
K8
K4
K9
K9
N.C.
Burner door thermal switch
K4
K8
K6
K6
K6
K2
gas valve
K1
internal
connections
K2
K2
K0
ref.1
K8
K9
K6
4
4
3
5
6
7
CALORIFIER
SENSOR
or
THERMOSTAT
5
6
7
8
9
9
Calorifier themostat
Calorifier
sensor 10K
External
flow sensor 10K
Outdoor
sensor 12K
11
10
EXTERNAL
WPS
10
wire
bridge
connection
examples
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8
GENERAL
BLOCKING
External safety device:
- External flow switch
- Smoke detection
- Gas detection
- Ventilation fan
- Flue gas fan
- End switch motor actuated
flue gas valve
- Gas leakage tester
- etc
12
On/Off Stat
or
OpenTherm
Heating
Circuit
11
12
13
14
+
0 - 10
VDC
13
14
Remote temperature
setpoint or burner input
signal form BMS
2
1
3
EXTERNAL
FLOW SENSOR
OpenTherm/
power stealing
thermostat
OUTDOOR
SENSOR
K9
2
1
K10
CN8
CN4
boiler casing
T2
fuse 1
7
1
2
3
4
Gas Valve, L'
Pump 3, L'
Pump 3, N'
5
6
7
8
9 10
CN not used
MAINS N'
6
MAINS L'
5
Gas Valve, N'
CN10
K6
FAN
K6
K10
K2
K6
K3
K8
K10
K10
K10
K4
K7
K9
K5
K10
K2
K2
4
K10
fuse 2
F1
CN5
3
Pump 2 / 3-way, N'
Heat demand NO
2
[open] 3-way, L' (NC)
Flame on NO
Heat demand NO
1
N
6
[close] Pump 2 / 3-way, L' (NO)
5
K2
4
K8
3
Lock-Out NO
Lock-Out NO
F2
CN1
2
Flame on NO
CN3
1
K6=blue
K7=red
K8=black
K9=purple
K10=yellow/green
K6
WIRING COLORS
K0=white
K1=yellow
K2=brown
K3=green
K4=grey
K5=orange
ignition
transformer incl.
ionisation input.
16
B
17
CASCADE
CONNECTION
16
19
18
to
master
boiler
to
slave
boiler
only when unit is
cascaded
21
22
HEAT
DEMAND
N.O.
N.O.
N.O.
17
20
BURNER
BURNING
19
Lock-out
N.O.
15
18
LOCK-OUT
20
21
23
24
L
25
N
CH System
Pump P3
22
23
24
26
27
28
29
L1
N
L2
Divertor Valve Calorifier
by Calorifier Pump P2
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
L
N
Boiler circulation
Pump P1
30
31
32
33
34
L
35
N
Mains 230 VAC
33
34
35
connection
examples
Heat demand
N.O.
A
Flame on
N.O.
15
POWER
SUPPLY
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9.5.
Sensor values and conversion tables
SENSOR
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6
SENSOR TYPE
Internal flow sensor
Internal return sensor
External flow sensor
Calorifier/tank sensor
Outdoor sensor
Flue gas sensor
SENSOR VALUE
NTC-10K-B3977
NTC-10K-B3977
NTC-10K-B3977
NTC-10K-B3977
NTC-12K-B3740
NTC-10K-B3977
Conversion table: temperature vs. resistance for all sensors with value NTC-10k B3977
( = all sensors except the outdoor sensor).
Temperature Resistance Temperature Resistance Temperature Resistance Temperature Resistance
(°C)
(Ω)
(°C)
(Ω)
(°C)
(Ω)
(°C)
(Ω)
-30
175203
20
12488
70
1753
120
387
-25
129289
25
10000
75
1481
125
339
-20
96360
30
8059
80
1256
130
298
-15
72502
35
6535
85
1070
135
262
-10
55047
40
5330
90
915
140
232
-5
42158
45
4372
95
786
145
206
0
32555
50
3605
100
677
150
183
5
25339
55
2989
105
586
155
163
10
19873
60
2490
110
508
160
145
15
15699
65
2084
115
443
165
130
Conversion table: temperature vs. resistance, for the outdoor sensor with value NTC-12k B3740.
Temperature
(°C)
-50
-45
-40
-35
-30
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
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Resistance
(Ω)
171800
129800
98930
76020
58880
45950
Temperature
(°C)
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
Resistance
(Ω)
36130
28600
22800
18300
14770
12000
9804
8054
6652
5522
10. USER INTERFACE
10.1.
Control panel / display unit
CONTROL PANEL
DISPLAY
2 rows/ each 20 characters
MENU
ON/OFF
RESET
ENTER
COMM.
PORT
SERVICE
Press and hold for three seconds for stand-by/progr. mode
Press and hold for six seconds to switch boiler on/off.
Used as RESET and ENTER button when programming.
ON/OFF
RESET
ENTER
Connector for connecting computer cable.
COMM.
PORT
Buttons can be pushed to open menu.
MENU
Buttons to toggle through measured temperatures.
Also used for navigating through the menus and for changing values.
Button to activate service function
(hold for three seconds).
SERVICE
Schornsteinfeger function (only for Germany).
Light: lights when controller detects good flame signal.
Lights when burner is burning.
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10.2.
Control panel menu structure
BASE SCREEN: (appears during operation)
HEATING: No demand / Standby / burning
>>>:118°C(125°C)
1
NOTICE: Pressing too
long will switch off the
boiler.
2
2. press [ON/OFF] for
± three seconds to
press: MENU
programme in standby mode
1. view data
press: ▲
press: ▼
press: ◄►
"MONITOR" screens
One can toggle through the measured values and status of the heater.
Pressing "ON/OFF, RESET, ENTER" briefly
will cause the display to go back to the
base menu.
When no button has been pressed for three
minutes the display will automatically go to
the BASE DISPLAY.
(This period can be set by a parameter)
Display shows 2x20 digit message for three seconds.
Message can be set in parameters.
example:
Company name
City, Country
Display shows for three seconds:
- Heater type
- Time, date and day
example:
Z-FG 550 13:51 US (or EU)
06 / 01 / 2010 Wed
After this message the display
shows for three seconds:
- Software version and
- Cascade designation
example:
Firmware : Mk 00197
Address : 0
These three messages will also
show when:
- Heater is connected to the power
- When heater is turned ON
- When heater is turned OFF
sequence:
The messages will show from
TOP to BOTTOM each for three
seconds.
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
CONFIRMATION CHANGE
When changes have been made in one of the nine menus below,
the user presses ENTER to confirm these changes.
To prevent customers making changes by accident, the following
happens when changes are made:
Step 1: The user presses [ENTER] to confirm the change made
or [MENU] to exit the menu without changes. HINT: First programme all changes planned, then only after that, press [ENTER]
Step 2: The display asks the user to be sure to make these
changes. The user can cancel or confirm by using the left and right
arrows.
By pressing (◄ ►) one
can toggle though the
available menus.
CANCEL = ◄ CONFIRM = ►
"TIME/DATE/DAY" menu
In this menu one can set the time and
the date.
"SETPOINT" menu
In this menu one can change temperature settings without the need for a
password.
- Heating set point
Flow set point when controlling on/off
on set flow temp.
- Heating reduced
The amount of degrees diff. relative
to "Heating set point" during night reduction.
- Parallel shift +/- relative to outdoor curve
(also in outdoor menu possible)
- Hot water set point
Calorifier or Water heater (depends
on heater type)
- Hot water reduced
The amount of degrees diff. relative
to "Hot water set point" during night
reduction.
"PROGRAM" menu
In this menu one can set the CH,
DHW and Anti Legionella program.
"OUTDOOR" menu
In this menu one can set all Outdoor
relevant parameters.
"OPERATING HISTORY" menu
Shows burning hours DHW, Heating,
etc.
Parameter menu
Enter PW Level 1:
three second message
confirming access:
LEVEL 1
"FAULT HISTORY" menu
press: ▼ Reading last fifteen faults
(only reading!).
"MAINTENANCE" menu
By pressing (◄ ►) one can set the
following options:
- Maintenance reset
- Maintenance Mode
- All
- Date
- Ignition cycles
- Burning hours
- Mainten Off
"USER LOCK" menu
In this menu one can lock the menu
for users
0= UNLOCKED
1= LOCKED
When un-locked, the user can enter
the "MENU" by pressing the menu
button and all submenus will show.
When locked, the user has to push
the: MENU and simultaneously
press ▼ for six seconds to get access to all submenus.
This is to prevent accidental changes!
NOTE: The parameters sub menu
can always be accessed.
"PARAMETERS" menu
In this menu one can change parameters. The possible access
depends on the password that is
used.
Enter password
Enter PW Level 2:
three second message
confirming access:
LEVEL 2
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10.3.
Display during operation
During normal operation the text in the display shows the status of the boiler. In the following graphs the several
displays during normal operation are explained.
Display at HEATING DEMAND
Heat demand type:
Actual status:
H E A T I N G : N o
d e m a n d
> > > : 1 2 3 . 4 ° C ( 1 2 3 . 4 ° C )
cascade
temp. set point
measured temp.control.sens.
communica
showing the measured temp.
tion indicaCan be turned off by P5 BJ
tor
When heat is needed for the calorifier the text "HEATING"
changes into "HOTWATR".
When there is no heat demand it always shows heating.
Display at HOT WATER DEMAND
Heat demand type:
Actual status:
H O T W A T R : N o
d e m a n d
> > > : 1 2 3 . 4 ° C ( 1 2 3 . 4 ° C )
cascade
temp. set point
measured temp.control.sens.
communica Thermostat > coil flow
showing the measured temp.
tion indica- temp.
Can be turned off by P5 BJ
tor
Sensor > water temp.
Explanation "Actual status" screen
Actual status:
B o i l e r
o f f
When boiler is switched off (only text in the display during this status).
N o
d e m a n d
No heat demand signal coming from the room thermostat and calorifier sensor
(open).
S t a n d - b y
Room thermostat & calorifier sensor/thermostat detect heat demand but set point
is reached.
P r e - p u r g e
The fan is purging before a burner start attempt.
P r e - i g n i t i o n
Ignition starts before opening of the gas valve.
I g n i t i o n
The ignitor is igniting.
P o s t - p u r g e
The fan is purging after burner is switched off.
B u r n i n g
1 0 0 %
When the burner is firing, also the actual rpm% is shown.
Explanation "Cascade communication indicator"
NO CASCADE COMMUNICATION
> > > no.1
Always showing the fixed ">>>"
CORRECT CASCADE COMMUNICATION
>
> no.1
no.2
>
Showing alternating no.1 & no.2 with 1 second interval.
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10.4.
Monitor screens
During normal operation and stand-by, the “◄” and “►” buttons can be used to show some boiler information,
including measured temperatures, settings and data. In the following graphs is explained which values can be
shown in the display. When no button is activated for 2 minutes the display will return to its status display.
Pressing [◄] or [►] while being at the "operating screen" toggles through the screens below.
When pressing [ON/OFF, RESET, ENTER] or [MENU] at any time the display returns to the base menu.
SCREEN:
T
T
1
2
1
F l
R e
SCREEN:
T 3
T 4
2
2
p
h
3
3
e
o
, 9 ° C Measured value by the internal flow sensor.
, 9 ° C Measured value by the internal return sensor.
Shown when the controller does not detect this sensor.
n
r t e d Shown when sensor wires or sensor itself is shorted.
t e r n a
l o r i f
l
i
1
1
O
S
2
2
p
h
3
3
e
o
, 9 ° C
, 9 ° C
n
r t e d
Measured value by the external sensor.
1
1
O
S
2
2
p
h
3
3
e
o
, 9 ° C
, 9 ° C
n
r t e d
Measured value by the outdoor sensor.
Measured value by the calorifier sensor.
Shown when the controller does not detect this sensor.
Shown when sensor wires or sensor itself is shorted.
3
O u t d o o r
F l u e
SCREEN:
d T F
d T F
n
1
1
O
S
2
E x
C a
SCREEN:
T 5
T 6
o w
t u r
Measured value by the flue gas sensor.
Shown when the controller does not detect this sensor.
Shown when sensor wires or sensor itself is shorted.
4
l
l
o w R e t u
u e R e t u
r
r
n
n
1 2 3 ,
1 2 3 ,
9 ° C Temperature difference between internal flow & return.
9 ° C Temperature difference between flue gas & internal return.
SCREEN:
5
d T E x
S i g n
t R e t u r
a l
SCREEN:
6
F a n
F a n
s p e e d
s p e e d
Temperature difference between external & internal re-
n
1 2 3 , 9 ° C turn (ΔT LLH).
P o w e r External supplied 0-10 Volt dc signal.
S e t p o i "Power" = power input control or "Setpoi" = set point
control.
9 9 9 9 r p m Actual fan speed in rpm.
Actual fan speed % of maximum allowable fan speed.
1 0 0 %
The maximum actual rpm may be lower than the maximum rpm set point. The fan may not be able to reach the
maximum rpm set point, because of the unit’s resistance, which is still correct according to its design.
SCREEN:
7
r
1 0 0 μ A Flame signal given in μA.
1 , 0 b a r Shows water pressure when sensor is connected.
H e a t e
S i g n a
r
l
O f f
1 0 0 %
C a l o r
V a l v e
i
F l a m e s i g n a l
W a t e r P r e s s u
SCREEN:
8
P u m p
P u m p
1
1
SCREEN:
9
P u m p
3 - w a
2
y
O f
H e a t
Pump 1 (HEATER PUMP) on or off.
Modulating signal Pump 1 in (%).
Shows when the calorifier pump is "ON" or "OFF".
f
i n g Signal to the 3-way valve: "HEATING" or "HOTWATER".
SCREEN:
10
P u m p 3
h h : m m
Shows when the system pump is "ON" or "OFF".
S y s t e m
O f f
D D / M M / Y Y Y Y
D a y hh=hour; mm=minutes; DD=day; MM=month;
YYYY=yr; day of the week
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SCREEN:
11
0 = MASTER, 1 ..... 11 = SLAVES
C a s c
D e s i g n
0
C a s I n f
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B Displays number, priority and state of cascade boilers.
DESCRIPTION "CASCINFO" Screen 11
Shows the number of boilers connected with the Cascade. The Master/Lead boiler is designated as 0.
Slave/Lag boilers will be designated 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, A, B. When a “-“ is used instead of a number, then
that boiler is either not connected, or in a lockout mode and not available for the Cascade. When an “x“ is used
instead of a number, then that boiler is connected, but in lockout mode.
When a “d” is used instead of a number, then that boiler is handling a DHW demand.
When the number is flashing, then that boiler is providing heat to the cascade. When the leading boiler is
changed according to the set priority change time, then that boiler’s address will be shown first in the row of
numbers.
Example 1: "3 4 5 - - - - - - 0 1 2"
There are six boilers present and nr. 3 has priority.
Example 2: "3 4 x - - - - - - d 1 2"
There are six boilers present and nr. 3 has priority. Boiler 0 is heating up an indirect DHW tank. Boiler 5 is
present, but in a lock-out.
SCREEN:
C a s c
D u a l
12
P o w e r
9 9 9 %
9 9 9 % % heat demand of total (cascade) power available (%).
One heat exchanger equipped with two burners: "Yes" or
B u r n e r :
N o
"No".
SCREEN:
M a x
G e n
SCREEN:
13
T h e r m
B l o c k
Status of the maximum thermostat: "Open" or "Closed".
O p e n
C l o s e d Status of the general blocking contact: "Open" or "Closed".
14*
S i p h o n
p r e s s
N R V
C o n t a c t
C l o s e d Status of the siphon pressure switch: "Open" or "Closed".
Status of the non-return valve contact: "Open" or "Closed".
O p e n
* REMARK at screen 14: No Siphon pressure switch and NRV used in this type of boiler.
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10.5.
Service function
The following graphs describe how to use the service function.
Operating screen:
H E A T I N G : S T A N D - B Y
> > > : 1 2 3 . 4 ° C ( 1 2 3 . 4 ° C )
Press [SERVICE] and hold for 3 seconds.
The burner will start and show the display below.
Operating screen:
H E A T I N G : S e r v
> > >
9 0 . 0 ° C
(
i c e
2 6 %
6 0 . 0 ° C )
"HEATING": It is a boiler for heating.
"Service": It is operating in service mode.
"26%": The burner is firing at 26%.
"90,0oC": Max. allowable water temp. during service.
"60,0oC": Actual measured water temp. (when P5BJ active).
Press [SERVICE] to exit. The unit will go to the operating screen.
Press 3 s. [ON/OFF] to exit. The unit will be switched off.
By using the [▲] & [▼] buttons the burner firing rate percentage can
be changed.
Press [MENU] to access the main menu.
Press [MENU] to return to the service menu.
Use [◄] & [►] buttons to browse through the monitor screens.
Press [MENU] to go to the operation menu of the service mode.
Press [SERVICE] to exit the service mode.
The unit will return to the standard operation display.
10.6.
Schornsteinfeger function
The following graphs describe how to use the Schornsteinfeger function.
NOTICE: This function is required for Germany and can be activated by parameter (P5 BK). The standard factory
setting for this function is “OFF”.
FOR USE IN GERMANY ONLY NOT APPLICABLE FOR THE UK
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10.7.
Programming in standby mode
Standby
Use the standby mode for modifying boiler settings without interaction with the boiler control. Changes are effectuated by leaving standby mode.
Properties of standby mode:
 Keys are active and the menu is accessible.
 Burner does NOT respond to an external heat demand.
 All control functions are active: pumps, fans and cascade are operational; recirculation and frost protection are working.
How to programme the boiler:
 First disconnect or shut down the room thermostat and/or other external controllers from the boiler. The
CH pump and fan will stop after a short delay time.
 Switch the boiler in standby mode by pressing [ON/OFF] for three seconds.
 The next display screen should appear:
Display message
H E A T I N G :
> > > : 1 2 3 .
b o i l
4 ° C (
e r
o f
1 2 3 . 4
f
° C )
 Program the boiler at the control panel (see the following sections).
 Terminate programming mode by pressing [MENU], or [ENTER] and NO ◄ or YES ►.
Reactivate the boiler by pressing [ON/OFF] for three seconds again.
10.8.
Setting the time & date
The following graphs describe how to program the time and date of the unit.
Operating screen:
H E A T I N G : b o i l e r
o f
> > > : 1 2 3 . 4 ° C ( 1 2 3 . 4
f
° C )
Press [MENU]
Main menu screen:
M a i n
M e n u
C l o c k
The display shows "CLOCK" press [ENTER]
Setting Time and Date:
S e t
t i m e / d a t e
0 8
3 0 / 0 3 / 2 0 1 0
T u e
:
3 3
The day is now blinking/selected and can be changed.
Use [▲]& [▼] to change the value.
Use [◄] & [►] to select another value.
Press [ENTER] for the confirmation screen after all changes
are done.
Confirmation screen:
A r e
y o u
s u r e
< C a n c e l ;
> C o n f i r m
Press [◄] to cancel the changes made (display goes back to
operating screen).
Press [►] to confirm the changes made. The time and day will
start blinking for a few seconds. After this, the display returns
to its operating screen.
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10.9.
Set points
The following graphs describe how to program the heating and hot water set points.
NOTICE: The hot water set points are only displayed, when the boiler is programmed
as an indirect hot water boiler or direct hot water boiler. See parameter P4 AA for the
exact boiler configuration.
Operating screen:
H E A T I N G : b o i l e r
o f f
> > > : 1 2 3 . 4 ° C ( 1 2 3 . 4 ° C )
Press [MENU]
Main menu screen:
M a i n
M e n u
S e t p o i n t s
Select "Set points" using [◄] & [►] and press [ENTER]
By pressing [◄] & [►] the following screens can be selected.
By pressing [▲] & [▼] the blinking values in the selected screen
can be changed.
Press [MENU] to exit. The unit will reset and return to the operating screen.
Press [ENTER] for confirmation screen when all the changes are
made.
Confirmation screen:
A r e
y o u
s u r e
<
C a n c e l ;
>
C o n f i r m
Press [◄] to cancel the changes made (unit will reset).
Press [►] to confirm the changes. The value set in the screen
when pressing enter will be shown for a few seconds. After
this the display returns to the normal operating screen.
Heating set point normal/day time:
H e a t i n g
s e t p o i n t
8 0
° C
The flow temperature set point that will be active during the
programmed CH periods.
Heating night shift related to the normal/day time set point:
C H
N i g h t
s h i f t
- 1 0
° C
The reduction of the normal/day time set point. This reduction
is used outside the programmed CH periods.
Parameter P6 BB.
Heating parallel shift:
H e a t i n g
P a r
s h i f t
5
° C
Setting the parallel shift of the heating curve related to the outdoor temperature control (parameter P6 BC).
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DHW set point normal/day time: (parameter P4 AA = 1/2)
D H W
s e t p o i n t
6 0
° C
This is the water temperature set point that is active during
the programmed DHW periods (parameter P4 AA = 1/2).
DHW set point reduction: (parameter P4 AA = 1/2)
D H W
R e d u c e
1 0
° C
The reduction of the DHW set point related to normal/day
time set point. This reduction is used outside the programmed DHW periods (parameter P4 AA = 1/2).
10.10.
Setting the timer programs
Three different programs can be set with the boiler, these are:
 CH program
 DHW program
 Anti-Legionnaires’ disease (pasteurisation) program
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NOTICE:
The maximum actual DHW temperature will never exceed the
value set at “Heating Setpoint” regardless the set DHW setpoint.
If higher DHW setpoints are
needed the Heating Setpoint has
to be set higher also.
HEATING PROGRAM
Three programmed periods each day can be set (period 1, period 2 and period 3). During these periods the unit
will use the normal CH and DHW set point. Outside the programmed period(s) the unit will use the reduced temperature as set point. When there is no time programmed for a period, it will not be used.
(Example: no time programmed in period 3 on Monday > "Mon 3 --:-- ---:--").
Operating screen:
H E A T I N G :
> > > : 1 2 3 .
b o i l e r
o f f
4 ° C ( 1 2 3 . 4 ° C )
Press [MENU]
Select "Timer" using [◄] & [►] and press [ENTER]
Main menu screen:
M a i n
M e n u
T i m e r
Press [ENTER]
Setting CH program times:
P r o g r a m
C H
M o n
1
0 6 : 0 0
- 2 3 : 0 0
Press [►] to browse through the values that can be set at the bottom
line. The blinking value can be changed.
Press [▲] & [▼] to change the selected (blinking) value.
Press [ENTER] for confirmation screen when all settings are done.
Confirmation screen:
A r e
y o u
s u r e
<
C a n c e l ;
>
C o n f i r m
Press [◄] to cancel the changes made (unit will reset).
Press [►] to confirm the changes. The last alternation will be
blinking for a few seconds and return to base menu.
Press [MENU] to exit. The boiler will reset and go to the operating
screen.
Press [◄] for next SCREEN
Copy programmed day for CH:
C o p y
f r o m :
C H
C o p y
t o :
C H
M o n
T u e
Press [►] to switch between "Copy from" and "Copy to". The blinking
day is selected and can be changed.
Press [▲] & [▼] to change the selected (blinking) value.
Press [ENTER] for confirmation screen when all settings are done.
Confirmation screen:
A r e
y o u
s u r e
<
C a n c e l ;
>
C o n f i r m
Press [◄] to cancel the changes made (unit will reset).
Press [►] to confirm the changes. The two days will blink for a
moment.
Press [MENU] to exit. The boiler will reset and go to the operating
screen.
Press [◄] for next SCREEN
> > > Continue on next page HOT WATER program < < <
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HOT WATER PROGRAM
> > > From previous page with HEATING part < < <
Setting DHW program times:
P r o g r a m
D H W
M o n
1
0 6 : 0 0
-
2 3 : 0 0
Press [►] to browse through the values that can be set at the bottom
line. The blinking value can be changed.
Press [▲] & [▼] to change the selected (blinking) value.
Press [ENTER] for confirmation screen when all settings are done.
Confirmation screen:
A r e
y o u
s u r e
<
C a n c e l ;
>
C o n f i r m
Press [◄] to cancel the changes made (unit will reset).
Press [►] to confirm the changes. The last alternation will be
blinking for a few seconds and return to base menu.
Press [MENU] to exit. The boiler will reset and go to the operating
screen.
Press [◄] for next SCREEN
Copy programmed day for DHW:
C o p y
f r o m :
D H W
C o p y
t o :
D H W
M o n
T u e
Press [►] to switch between "Copy from" and "Copy to". The blinking
day is selected and can be changed.
Press [▲] & [▼] to change the selected (blinking) value.
Press [ENTER] for confirmation screen when all settings are done.
Confirmation screen:
A r e
y o u
s u r e
<
C a n c e l ;
>
C o n f i r m
Press [◄] to cancel the changes made (unit will reset).
Press [►] to confirm the changes. The two days will blink for a
moment.
Press [MENU] to exit. The boiler will reset and go to the operating
screen.
Press [◄] for next SCREEN
> > > Continue on next page LEGIONELLA program < < <
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ANTI LEGIONNAIRES' DISEASE PROGRAM
The anti-Legionnaires’ disease (pasteurisation) program of the boiler can only be used when the boiler is set as
an “indirect” boiler configuration or a “direct” hot water boiler configuration. Only these configurations can activate
the day and time program of the anti-Legionnaires’ disease function. See the following graphs. The standard factory
setting for this function is “OFF”.
> > > From previous page with HOT WATER part < < <
Setting legionella program (day and time):
P r o g r a m
L e g i o n e l
M o n
0 9 : 5 1
l a
Press [►] to browse through the values that can be set at
the bottom line. The blinking value can be changed.
Press [▲] & [▼] to change the selected (blinking) value.
Press [ENTER] for confirmation screen when all settings are
done.
Confirmation screen:
A r e
y o u
s u r e
<
C a n c e l ;
>
C o n f i r m
Press [◄] to cancel the changes made (unit will reset).
Press [►] to confirm the changes. The last alternation will
be blinking for a few seconds and return to base menu.
Press [MENU] to exit. The boiler will reset and go to the operating screen.
Press [◄] for next SCREEN
10.11.
Setting the outdoor specifications
PARAMETERS FOR SETTING THE OUTDOOR GRAPH
When using this function the flow temperature is calculated based on the measured outdoor temperature. The
relation between the outdoor temperature and the flow temperature can be programmed with the following parameters. This setting creates the so called “heating curve”.
The boiler will recognise an outdoor sensor when it is connected. When the sensor is detected the boiler controller
will control the flow temperature based on the heating curve that is programmed.
P5 AA
OutsidPres. (1=On 0=Off)
Outside sensor present.
Setting this parameter to “On” a fault message will be displayed in case of an interrupted connection to the outdoor
sensor or if the measured outdoor temperature exceeds 60°C (defective sensor).
0 => No fault message at interrupted outdoor sensor connection. Boiler keeps burning using the value of the external or internal flow sensor instead of the outdoor sensor.
1 => Interrupted sensor wiring causes a fault message to occur at the display Boiler keeps burning using the value
of the external or internal flow sensor instead of the outdoor sensor.
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OUTDOOR GRAPH (see also next page)
HEAT CURVE - main settings
90
P5 AD - Flow temp at outdoor temp low
80
P6 BC - Parallel shift
70
FLOW TEMPERATURE
60
50
40
30
20
P5 AF - Flow temp at
outdoor temp high
10
0
-40
-30
-20
-10
0
10
20
30
40
OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE
P5 AC
outdoor temp low
P5 AE
outdoor temp high
Curve and values only for illustration purposes, programmed parameter values can deviate!
P5 AC
Heat curve minimum outdoor temperature
°C
This sets the minimum outdoor temperature at which one wants the maximum flow temperature that is set.
P5 AD
Heat curve flow temperature at minimum
°C
This sets the desired maximum flow temperature at the set minimum outdoor temperature.
P5 AE
Heat curve maximum outdoor temperature
°C
This sets the maximum outdoor temperature at which one wants the minimum flow temperature that is set.
P5 AF
Heat curve flow temperature at maximum
°C
This sets the desired minimum flow temperature at the set maximum outdoor temperature.
P6 BC
Heat curve Parallel Shift
°C
The heating curve is set by the parameters. Next to these setting done by the installer, the end user has the
freedom to influence the flow temperature by doing a parallel shift setting. In this parameter the margins are set
within which the user can increase and decrease the calculated flow temperature relative to the calculated flow
temperature by the heating curve that is set.
is continued 
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
HEAT CURVE - additional settings
90
80
P6 BA - max flow temp
70
FLOW TEMPERATURE
60
P6 BB - Heat curve night shift
50
P5 AH - Warm weather shutdown
P2 HA - Outdoor sensor hysteresis
40
P5 AG - min flow temp
30
20
10
0
-40
-30
-20
-10
0
10
20
30
40
OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE
Curve and values only for illustration purposes, programmed parameter values can deviate!
P5 AG
Heat curve minimum flow temperature
°C
The set point will never be lower than the flow temperature set in parameter P5AG. The minimum temperature is
limited, even if the calculated set temperature, according to the heating curve, would be lower.
P5 AH
Summer Outdoor temperature Central heating
°C
If the outdoor temperature is higher than set in P5AH the heat demand for heating will be blocked.
P5AR
Outdoor sensor 10K or 12K resistance (1 or 0)
Depending to the used type of sensor this parameter can be set. Set to ‘0’ when using a so called 12k NTC sensor
(sensor resistance is 12 kohm at 25°C) Set to ‘1’ when using a so called 10k NTC sensor (sensor resistance is 10
kohm at 25°C) Default the parameter = 0, so the used sensor is assumed to be 12 kΩ.
P2 HA
Outdoor sensor hysteresis
°C
If the outdoor temperature reaches the temperature set in P5 AH (warm weather shutdown) the unit won’t start for
heating. If the measured outdoor temperature drops P5 AH minus P2 HA the boiler can start up for heating again.
P6 BA
CH User Setting
°C
The set point will never be higher than the flow temperature set in parameter P6BA. The maximum temperature is
limited, even if the calculated set temperature, according to the heating curve, would be higher.
P6 BB
Heat curve night shift
°C
The temperature reduction during the night, relative to the setting determined by the heat curve
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DISPLAY
The following graphs describe how to program the outdoor graph settings.
Operating screen:
H E A T I N G :
> > > : 1 2 3 .
b o i l e r
4 ° C ( 1 2 3
o
.
f f
4 ° C )
Press [MENU]
Select "Outdoor" using [◄] & [►] and press [ENTER]
Main menu screen:
M a i n
M e n u
O u t d o o r
Press [◄] & [►] to browse through the screens that are shown below.
Press [▲] [▼] to change the blinking value in the selected screen.
Press [MENU] to exit. The unit will reset and go to the operating screen.
Press [ENTER] for confirmation screen after all changes are made.
Confirmation screen:
A r e
y o u
s u r e
<
C a n c e l ;
>
C o n f i r m
Press [◄] to cancel the changes made (unit will reset).
Press [►] to confirm the changes made. The time and day will
start blinking for a few seconds. After this, the display returns to
its operating screen.
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0 1
O u t
s
i
d P r e s
0
P5 AA
0 2
H C m i n O u T m p
- 1 5
° C
P5 AC
0 3
H C m i
T m p
° C
P5 AD
0 4
H C m a x O u T m p
2 0
° C
P5 AE
0 5
H C m a x F
2 0
l
T m p
° C
P5 AF
0 6
H C m i
l
L i m
° C
P5 AG
0 7
S u m S h D w n O u
3 0
° C
P5 AH
0 8
H C m a x F
8 5
P6 BA
0 9
H C n g h t s h f t
- 1 0
° C
P6 BB
0 A
H C p a r a s h f t
5
° C
P6 BC
0 B
O u t S 1 2 k 1 0 k
0
P5 AR
n F
8 5
n F
2 0
l
l
L i m
° C
10.12.
Checking the operating history
The following graphs describe how to check the operating history of the boiler.
Operating screen:
H E A T I N G : b o i
> > > : 1 2 3 . 4 ° C
l
(
e r
o f f
1 2 3 . 4 ° C )
Press [MENU]
Select "Operate" using [◄] & [►] and press [ENTER]
Main menu screen:
M a i n
M e n u
O p e r a t e
Press [◄] & [►] to browse through the 5 screens.
Press [MENU] or [ENTER] to exit. The unit will return to the operating screen.
SCREEN: 1
O p e r a t i n g
h i s t o r y
P o w e r O n
h r s
1 3 1 4 0 0
Top line: Shows the operating history menu is activated.
Bottom line: Total hours the boiler is connected to power supply
and switched on.
SCREEN: 2
h r s C h
T o t
1 0 0 0 0 0 0
h r s D h w
T o t
1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Top line: Total burning hours for heating.
Bottom line: Total burning hours for domestic hot water.
SCREEN: 3
h r s C h
< 5 0 %
1 0 0 0 0 0 0
h r s C h
= > 5 0 %
1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Top line: Burning hours for heating while the burner was firing
less than 50%.
Bottom line: Burning hours for heating while the burner was firing equal or higher than 50%.
SCREEN: 4
h r s D h w
< 5 0 %
: 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
h r s D h w = > 5 0 %
: 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Top line: Burning hours for hot water while the burner was firing
less than 50%.
Bottom line: Burning hours for hot water while the burner was
firing equal or higher than 50%.
SCREEN: 5
T i a 1 0 0 0 0 0 F i a
1 0 0 0 0 0
S s l 1 0 0 0 0 0 S s t
1 0 0 0 0 6
Top line: Shows Total Ignition Attempts (Tia) & Failed Ignition
Attempts (Fia)
Bottom line: Shows Soft Starts last (Ssl) &
Soft Starts Total (Sst)
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10.13.
Checking the fault history
The following graphs describe how to check the fault history of the boiler.
Operating screen:
H E A T I N G :
> > > : 1 2 3 .
b o i
4 ° C
l e r
o f f
( 1 2 3 . 4 ° C )
Press [MENU]
Select "Faulthist" using [◄] & [►] and press [ENTER]
F a u l t h i s t
N o . 0 1
2 1 / 0 4 / 2 0 1 0 W e d
2 2 : 2 3 A
▲ blinking in turn ▼
S i p h o n
S w i t c h
S v 9 9 9 / C U M 9 9 9 / R 9 9 9 9 , 5
Press [◄] & [►] to browse through the last 10 faults.
Press [MENU] or [ENTER] to exit. The unit will return to the
operating screen.
The fault menu shows the last 10 faults. For each fault the display blinks between the two screens shown above. The top
line of the top screen shows the fault number and the bottom
line of the top screen shows the date, day and time the fault
occurred.
On the top line of the bottom screen the fault type is displayed.
The bottom line shows the following:
SV: The total amount of this fault that has occurred after the
last time that the service history was erased (after service was
done).
CUM: The total amount of this fault. The total amount cannot
be erased after service, this shows the fault history of the
boiler (electronics) since the start of operation.
R: Shows the elapsed time in hrs between the moment the
fault occurred and the moment it was reset.
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10.14.
Setting the maintenance specifications
The following graphs describe how to check and program the maintenance settings. The standard factory setting
for this function is “OFF”.
MAINTENANCE SETTINGS
The unit can be programmed in such a way that an automatic maintenance message is displayed.
There are three options that can be selected. A maintenance message appears after:
* A programmed date is reached.
* An amount of burning hours is reached.
* An amount of ignition cycles is reached.
One single option can be activated or all three options.
Operating screen:
H E A T I N G : b o i l
> > > : 1 2 3 . 4 ° C (
e r
o f f
1 2 3 . 4 ° C )
Press [MENU]
Select "Maintenan" using [◄] & [►] and press [ENTER]
Operating screen:
M a i n t e n
R e s e
t
Press [▲] to reset the:
Counter for the total amount of burning hours.
Counter for the total amount of ignition cycles.
(The text will blink once briefly after resetting).
Operating screen:
M a i n t e n
M o d e
Blinking second line.
What is blinking at the second line (before a selection is made)
is the active maintenance option.
Press [▲] or [▼] to change the selected blinking option.
Screen: Selecting of all maintenance options.
M a i n t e n
M o d e
A l l
Press [►] to set:
The option that is blinking can be changed using by [▲] & [▼]
* Date for the Maintenance message.
* Total amount of burning hours for the Maintenance message.
* Total amount of ignition cycles for the Maintenance message.
After selecting one of these values the boiler returns to the
maintenance operating screen.
Press [ENTER] to confirm the changes.
Confirmation screen:
A r e
y o u
s u r e
<
C a n c e l ;
>
C o n f i r m
Press [◄] to cancel the changes or [►] to confirm the
changes. Hereafter the boiler returns to the operating
screen.
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Screen: Selecting message at certain date.
M a i n t e n
M o d e
D a t e
Press [►] to set:
The date for the maintenance message.
Press [◄] to:
Return to maintenance mode selection.
Press [►] to browse through the values that can be set
at the bottom line.
The blinking value can be changed with [▲] & [▼]
Press [ENTER] to confirm the changes.
Confirmation screen:
A r e
y o u
s u r e
<
C a n c e l ;
>
C o n f i r m
Press [◄] to cancel the changes or [►] to confirm the
changes. Hereafter the boiler returns to the operating
screen.
Screen: Message after total amount of ignition cycles.
M a i n t e n
M o d e
I g n i t i o n
c y c l e s
Press [►] to set:
The total amount of ignition cycles for the Maintenance message.
Press [◄] to:
Return to maintenance mode selection.
The blinking value can be changed with [▲] & [▼]
Press [ENTER] to confirm the changes.
Confirmation screen:
A r e
y o u
s u r e
<
C a n c e l ;
>
C o n f i r m
Press [◄] to cancel the changes or [►] to confirm the
changes. Hereafter the boiler returns to the operating
screen.
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next page
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From previous page
Screen: Message after total amount of burning hours.
M a i n t e n
M o d e
B u r n i n g
h o u r s
Press [►] to set:
The total amount of burning hours for the Maintenance message.
Press [◄] to:
Return to maintenance mode selection.
The blinking value can be changed with [▲] & [▼]
Press [ENTER] to confirm the changes.
Confirmation screen:
A r e
y o u
s u r e
<
C a n c e l ;
>
C o n f i r m
Press [◄] to cancel the changes or [►] to confirm the
changes. Hereafter the boiler returns to the operating
screen.
Screen: No maintenance message will be displayed.
M a i n t e n
M o d e
M a i n t e n
O f f
Press [ENTER] to confirm the changes.
Confirmation screen:
A r e
y o u
s u r e
<
C a n c e l ;
>
C o n f i r m
Press [◄] to cancel the changes or [►] to confirm the
changes. Hereafter the boiler returns to the operating
screen.
Note: The [MENU] button will return the display to the operating screen.
BE AWARE: This function is standard turned off. We offer this programmable function so the installer can use it
as a reminder. Because it concerns a free programmable function the use of it cannot be used as an argument
in warranty cases.
Our units must be maintained every twelve months whatever the settings/working of this function.
It is and remains the responsibly of the end user to have the unit maintained every twelve months.
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10.15.
Setting the user lock
The following graphs describe how to activate the user lock of the display. The standard factory setting for this
function is “OFF”.
The "USER LOCK" menu.
In this menu the boiler can be locked for (end-)users.
0 = UNLOCKED
1 = LOCKED
When the boiler is unlocked, the user can enter the
MENU by pressing the menu button and all screens
will show up.
When the boiler is locked, the user has to push the:
[MENU] button together with the [▼] button for 5 s.
to access all menu screens.
This function is to prevent accidental changes.
NOTICE: The PARAMETER screen is always accessible.
Operating screen:
H E A T I N G : b o i l e r
o f f
> > > : 1 2 3 . 4 ° C ( 1 2 3 . 4 ° C )
Press [MENU]
Select "User lock" using [◄] & [►] and press [ENTER]
User lock screen:
S e t
U s e r
0
l o c k = 0
The "0" is now blinking/selected and can be changed.
Use [▲] & [▼] to change the value.
0 = User lock function OFF
1 = User lock function ON
Press [ENTER] for the confirmation screen after the selection
has been made.
Confirmation screen:
A r e
y o u
s u r e
<
C a n c e l ;
>
C o n f i r m
Press [◄] to cancel the changes (the unit will reset and the
display returns to the operating screen).
Press [►] to confirm the changes. The changed value will be
blinking for a few seconds. After this, the display returns to the
operating screen.
NOTICE:
Using the [MENU] button during the User lock display will reset the boiler and the boiler will return to the operating screen.
Changes will be neglected in this case.
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10.16.
Setting the parameters with the display menu
The functions of the controller are embedded in the electronics by means of parameters. The values and settings
hereof can be programmed by a skilled and trained service engineer with the help of a computer (laptop), the
correct software and an interface cable. A selection of these parameters can be programmed at the control panel
of the unit itself, without the use of a computer.
The following table gives a list of all parameters that can be programmed at the control panel without the use of a
laptop/computer. NOTICE: Only the password for level 1 is issued in this manual. “More advanced” parameters
need to be programmed by a skilled and trained service engineer with access to level 2.
When ‘Modify = no’, the parameter can only be programmed at level 2
1
2
3
4
A 5
6
7
8
9
PARAMETER
DESCRIPTION
UNITS
P5BE
P5AO
P5AP
P5AL
P2IC
P2MI
P2MJ
P2MK
P5AB
Step modulation (1=on 0=off)
Blocking offset flow temperature control
Proportional range temperature control
Hysteresis CH Flow temperature control
Integration time temperature control
Blocking offset System CH temperature control
Proportional range System CH temperature control
Integration time CH temperature control
Timer Contact (1=on)
°C
°C
°C
s
°C
°C
s
-
S
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
T
t e p
m o d
E
s
O f f
E
s
P r b
E
s c D i f
E
s
I n t
E
c O f f
E
c P r b
E
c I n t
i m e r C o n
°C
°C
min
°C
°C
min
°C
°C
°C
s
°C
°C
°C
°C
D
D
D
D
L
L
L
L
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
H
H
H
H
e
e
e
e
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
i
i
i
i
g
g
g
g
d
d
d
d
d
d
i
i
p m p /
f l o w
f l o w
L O t
i o
t
i o
h
i o
h
i o
i
s c O f
s c P r
s c D i
s c I n
s c O f
s c D i
s c D i
d e t g
-
M
B
D
E
C
P
C
a
u
H
x
a
w
o
x
s
i
t
s
r
m
C a
a
c a
r a
S
O f
F l
°C
100 ft
min
-
A
0
A
M
T
D
c
g
c
c
n
l
a
e
H
o
a
o
o
1
t
x
m
W
n
s
n
n
I n p
0 M i
* 1
C o o
p O n
1 =
f i g
t y p
f i g
f i g
CASCADE
1 P4AB DHW Pump Config 0=Pump 1=TWV
2 P5CB Flow temperature DHW tank low
3 P5CK Flow temperature DHW tank hi
4 P5CL Low Flow temperature time DHW
5 P5CD Legionella temperature
6 P5CI Legionella hyst DHW tank temperature
7 P5CJ Legionella hold time (0=off)
8 P2KI CH interrupt by Legionella (0=yes)(1=no)
B
9 P2LC Regulation temperature offset DHWd
A P2MN Proportional range DHWd modulation
B P2LD Regulation temperature hysteresis DHWd
C P2MO integration time DHWd modulation
D P2ML Sys temp blocking offset DHW tank
E P2MM Sys temp blocking hysteresis DHW tank
F P5CA Hysteresis DHW tank temperature
G P2KH Gradient heat demand detect DHW tank temp.
1
2
3
C 4
5
6
7
P2MA
P5DA
P5DC
P5DE
P5DF
P5BL
P5DB
Max number extra boilers
Bus address boiler
Dhw on entire cascade(0) only master(1)
Extra Boiler output enable(1)
Cascade detection (0=standalone 1=Leader)
Power off total cascade (1)
Number of boilers with common flue 0=None
GENERAL
DHW
HEATING
MEN
U
1
2
3
4
5
D
6
7
8
9
A
P5BB
P5AI
P5BI
P2LK
P5BJ
P4AA
P4AD
P4BD
P4BE
P5BN
Analogue input Config (0=off 1=temp 2=power)
Minimum Temperature 0-10V input
Altitude (in amounts of 100 ft.)
Max cooling time
Temperature display 1=on
DHW 0=off 1=Indirect 2=Direct
pressure 0=off 1=sensor and 2=switch
Gas type values 0-2
Soft start type values 0-2
Pump modes 0-3
TEXT DISPLAY
u
1
1
1
1
l
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
t
t w
L
H
i m
e m
y s
o l
n t
f 2
b 2
f 2
t 2
f 3
f 3
f 4
r a
v
O
I
e
p
t
d
r
s c U n
d r e s
s / m a
u n i
i / M a
f T o C
u N u m
t
s
s
t
n
0
l
D
i
e
C
T
0
T
i
2
o
m
f
i
s
=
3
3
d
a
n
p
t
m
p
d
PASSWORD:
1342
LEVEL 1
Modify
no
yes
no
yes
no
yes
no
no
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
no
no
no
no
yes
no
yes
no
yes
yes
yes
yes
no
no
no
yes
no
no
no
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
no
no
no
no
no
For extensive explanation see Ch. 11: ‘Controlling options and settings’, page 81 ff.
IMPORTANT: Do not change the parameters P2LC, P2LD, P2ML, P2MM and P5BI; they are present in the controller for different purposes than CH control. Changing these parameters may affect boiler operation negatively.
Parameter screens + concise explanation see next pages 
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Operating screen:
H E A T I N G : b o i l
> > > : 1 2 3 . 4 ° C (
e r
o f f
1 2 3 . 4 ° C )
Press [MENU]
Select "Parameter" using [◄] & [►] and press [ENTER]
Parameter menu:
I n s t a l l
e r
c o d e
0 0 0 0
Enter the 4-digit code with the [◄] & [►] and the [▲] & [▼]
buttons and select [ENTER]
The code will blink a few seconds and when entered correctly,
the following parameters will be displayed.
NOTICE: These codes are user based and give access to a
selected number of parameters, which can be changed (Installer level 1/2).
Menu A: Heating
A 1
S t e p
m o d u l
1
Function to activate the step modulation:
0 = Off
1 = On
Menu A: Heating
A 2
H E
s
Menu A: Heating
A 3
H E
s
o f f 1 3
4
° C
CH supply temperature setting. This parameter is the offset of
the programmed CH temperature.
P
2 5
r b 1 3
° C
Select the CH supply temperature control. This parameter is
the proportional range of the selected CH supply temperature.
Menu A: Heating
A 4
H E
s c D i f 1 3
1 0
° C
Select the CH supply temperature control. This parameter
is the hysteresis of the selected CH supply temperature.
Menu A: Heating
A 5
H E
s
l n t 1 3
6 0
S e c
Select the CH supply temperature control. This parameter is
the integration time of the selected CH supply temperature.
Menu A: Heating
A 6
H E
c O f f
3
4
° C
Select the cascaded boilers supply temperature control.
This parameter is the offset of the selected CH supply temperature of EACH boiler of the total cascade.
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The screen texts on these
pages are standard part of
the software and apply to
CH
systems
(boilers)
and/or DHW devices (water heaters).
Menu A: Heating
A 7
H E
c P r b
3
2 5
° C
Select the cascaded boilers supply temperature control.
This parameter is the proportional range of the selected CH
supply temperature of EACH boiler of the total cascade and of
the external (cascade) sensor.
The screen texts on these
pages are standard part of
the software and apply to
CH
systems
(boilers)
and/or DHW devices (water heaters).
Menu A: Heating
A 8
H E
c l n t
3
8 0
S e c
Select the cascaded boilers supply temperature control.
This parameter is the integration time of the selected CH supply
temperature of EACH boiler of the total cascade and of the external (cascade) sensor.
Menu A: Heating
A 9
T i m e r C o n t
0
Function to activate "external time controller":
0 = Off
1 = On
Connect to 11-12. Contact closed = daytime setting,
Contact open = night-time setting.
Menu B: Hot water
B 1
D H
i
Menu B: Hot water
B 2
D H
i
f
Menu B: Hot water
B 3
D H
i
f
p m p
1
Hot water function of the boiler by:
0 = pump
1 = 3-way valve
/
t w v
l o w
L O
2 5
° C
Hot water function of the boiler. This parameter is the CH supply temperature LOW level with an indirect hot water demand.
l o w
H I
8 5
° C
Hot water function of the boiler. This parameter is the CH supply temperature HIGH level with an indirect hot water demand.
Menu B: Hot water
B 4
D H i
L O t i m e
1
M i n
Hot water function of the boiler. This parameter is the selectable time period after which the boiler switches from LOW
to HIGH set point with an indirect hot water demand.
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Menu B: Hot water
B 5
L e g i o
t e m p
8 5
° C
Pasteurisation function of the boiler. This parameter is the selected hot water temperature during the pasteurisation function of the boiler.
Menu B: Hot water
B 6
L e g i o
h y s t
2
° C
Pasteurisation function of the boiler. This parameter is the selected hysteresis during the pasteurisation function of the
boiler.
Menu B: Hot water
B 7
L e g i o
h o l d
2
M i n
Pasteurisation function of the boiler. This parameter is the selected time period for the pasteurisation function of the boiler.
Menu B: Hot water
B 8
L e g i o
i n t r
0
Pasteurisation function of the boiler. This parameter controls
if the CH demand can be interrupted by the pasteurisation
function of the boiler.
0 = Yes
1 = No
Menu B: Hot water
B 9
D H d s c O f f 2
4
° C
Function for the direct hot water boiler.
This parameter is de off set of the selected HW temperature
of the boiler.
Menu B: Hot water
B A
D H d s c P r b 2 3
2 0
° C
Function for the direct hot water boiler.
This parameter is the proportional range of the selected HW
temperature of the boiler.
Menu B: Hot water
B B
D H d s c D i f 2
1 0
° C
Function for the direct hot water boiler.
This parameter is the hysteresis of the selected HW temperature of the boiler.
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The screen texts on these
pages are standard part of
the software and apply to
CH
systems
(boilers)
and/or DHW devices (water heaters).
Menu B: Hot water
B C
D H d s c l n t 2 3
2 0 0
S e c
Function for the direct hot water boiler.
This parameter is the integration time of the selected HW temperature of the boiler.
The screen texts on these
pages are standard part of
the software and apply to
CH
systems
(boilers)
and/or DHW devices (water heaters).
Menu B: Hot water
B D
D H d s c O f f 3
4
° C
Function for the cascaded direct hot water boilers.
This parameter is the offset of the selected HW temperature
of the cascaded boilers.
Menu B: Hot water
B E
D H d s c D i f 3
8
° C
Function for the cascaded direct hot water boilers.
This parameter is the hysteresis of the selected HW temperature of the cascaded boilers.
Menu B: Hot water
B F
D H i s c D i f 4
5
° C
Function for the indirect hot water supply of the boiler (tank).
This parameter is the hysteresis of the selected HW temperature of the calorifier/tank.
Menu B: Hot water
B G
D H i d e t g r a d
3
° C
Function for the indirect hot water supply of the boiler (tank).
This parameter detects an (an accelerated) hot water demand, when a larger (water) amount is being used.
Menu C: Cascade
C 1
M a x C a s c U n t
1 1
Function for the cascading of the boiler(s).
This parameter sets the total number of cascaded boilers.
(Max. 12 boilers).
Menu C: Cascade
C 2
B u s
a d d r e s s
0
Function for the cascading of the boiler(s).
This parameter determines the address of the boiler for the
total cascading control.
Master = 0, Slave 1 = 1 etc.
Menu C: Cascade
C 3
D H
i
c a s / m a s
0
Function for the cascading of the boiler(s).
This parameter determines if only the Master boiler or all boilers of the cascade are used for indirect hot water.
0 = All
1 = Master
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Menu C: Cascade
C 4
E x
t
r a
u n
i
t
0
Function for the cascading of the boiler(s).
This parameter is activated when an external (extra) boiler is
connected to the Master boiler. Connect to the Master connections 19-20.
Menu C: Cascade
C 5
C a
s
S i / M a
0
Function for the cascading of the boiler(s).
This parameter sets the function of the boiler at a cascade
alignment
0 = Single / Slave unit
1 = Master unit
Menu C: Cascade
C 6
P w r O f
f T o C a
0
Function for the cascading of the boiler(s).
This parameter determines the function of the Slave boilers
when the Master boiler is switched off.
0 = Slave boiler(s) continue operation
1 = Slave boiler(s) switch off
Menu C: Cascade
C 7
C o m F l u N u m
0
Function for the cascading of the boiler(s).
This parameter determines the number of cascaded boilers,
that are implemented with a common flue system.
Menu D: General
D 1
0
-
Menu D: General
D 2
0
-
1 0 V c o n t r
0
Function for the external control of the boiler by using a 0-10
Volt signal (Connections 13-14).
0 = No external control
1 = Control based on temperature setting
2 = Control based on power setting
1 0 M i n T m p
2 0
° C
Function for the external control of the boiler by using a 0-10
Volt signal (Connections 13-14).
Control based on temperature (setting 1).
The minimum (desired) CH water temperature when supplying
a 1.4 Volt signal.
Menu D: General
D 3
A l
1 0 0 f
0
Function for setting the location height (above sea level) of the
boiler.
NOTICE: dimensions in English feet. One unit = 100 ft.
Use this function only in consultation with the supplier / Lochinvar.
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t
*
The screen texts on these
pages are standard part of
the software and apply to
CH
systems
(boilers)
and/or DHW devices (water heaters).
Menu D: General
D 4
M a x C o o l T i m
2
M i n
Function for setting the maximum overrun time of the fan (maximum 10 minutes).
0 = Switch off
The screen texts on these
pages are standard part of
the software and apply to
CH
systems
(boilers)
and/or DHW devices (water heaters).
Menu D: General
D 5
T e m p O n D i s p
1
Function to show the (measured) temperature of the boiler at
the display.
Menu D: General
D 6
D H
1 = i 2 = d
1
Function to set up the CH and HW boiler options.
0 = CH only (direct)
1 = CH/HW function (indirect)
2 = HW only (direct)
Menu D: General
D 7
W
c o n f
i g
Function for the setting of the water pressure.
Up to 4 bar a sensor is used, up to 6 bar a switch.
0 = off
1 = sensor
2 = switch
Menu D: General
D 8
g a s
t
y p e
Function to select the gas type*
0 = G20, G25
1 = G31
2 = B/P
*According to EN437
Menu D: General
D 9
c o n f
i g
Function for setting the 'soft start' option
0 = normal start-up
1 = reduced fan ramp-up speed (I)
2 = reduced fan ramp-up speed (II)
Menu D: General
D A
c o n f
i g
Function: Pump mode
0 = normal
1 = relay 1, connector 17 and 18 (lock-out)
2 = relay 2, connector 19 and 20 (burner burning)
3 = relay 3, connector 21 and 22 (heat demand)
4 = Do not use (reserved for future applications).
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10.17.
Fault codes display
The following graphs describe the lock out codes of the boiler. A lock out code can only be removed by a manual
resetting of the boiler. NOTICE: Before resetting the boiler always check the boiler, central heating system and all
components corresponding to the related lock out description. Never just reset the boiler, before analysing the
possible cause of failure.
10.17.1. LOCK-OUT CODES
Having a lockout means that the boiler needs a manual reset to start operating again.
When the boiler is in lockout the backlight of the display is blinking on and off.
Explanation > 9
9
9
,
5
Explanation > P u m p
1
:
h
r
o n
s
= time elapsed after fault & message.
= status of the pump during fault.
C l i x o n
F a u l t
p u m p
o n
9 9 9 , 5
h r
Heat exchanger fuse or burner door clixon exceeded maximum allowed value.
s
F a i l e d
b u r n e r
p u m p
o n
9 9 9
Boiler is not starting after the programmed starting attempts.
Display message
F15
Reason
r
h
t
r
s
i g n a l
9 , 5
h
r
s
c
h
t
r
s
h
r
s
F l o w
h i g h
T e m p
p u m p
o n
9 9 9 , 5
h
Flow temperature exceeds the limit which has been set in the parameters.
r
s
t
r
s
r
s
F l u e
s e n s o r
e r r o r
p u m p
o n
9 9 9 , 5
h r
Flue gas sensor not detected by the boiler caused by faulty connection/sensor.
s
Display message
F8
Reason
F a l s e
f l a m e
p u m p
o n
9
Flame signal is detected while it cannot be expected.
s
9
F a n
s p e e d
i n
p u m p
o n
9
The controller does not detect a correct fan speed.
c o
9 9
Display message
F10
Reason
Display message
F11
Reason
r
,
t
5
r
5
F l a m e
l o s t
p u m p
o n
9 9 9 , 5
Flame detected during normal operation, but was lost while running.
Display message
F9
Reason
s
,
a
e
Display message
F1
Reason
Display message
F16
Reason
F l o w R e t u r n
d t
f a u l
p u m p
o n
9 9 9 , 5
h
Temperature difference between flow and return exceeds limitation value,
or 'dT block or delta direct block' has occurred three times.
Display message
F0
Reason
F l o w
s e n s o r
e r r o r
p u m p
o n
9 9 9 , 5
h
Flow sensor not detected by the boiler caused by faulty connection/sensor.
Display message
F6
Reason
F l u e
t e m p
t o o
h i g h
p u m p
o n
9 9 9 , 5
h r
Flue gas temperature exceeds the limit more than 3 times within a certain time
frame.
Display message
F7
Reason
78
s
P a r a m / H a r d w
f a u l
p u m p
o n
9 9 9 , 5
Fault during programming of the boiler software parameters.
Display message
F13
Reason
h
r
s
h
r
s
h
r
s
R e t u r n
s e n s o r
e r r o r
p u m p
o n
9 9 9 , 5
h r
Return sensor not detected by the boiler caused by faulty connection/sensor.
s
W a t e r
h i g h
l
i m i t
p u m p
o n
9 9 9 , 5
Maximum thermostat (clixon) measured a too high flow temperature.
s
p r o g r a m m i n g
p u m p
o n
Software parameters have been programmed.
Display message
F12
Reason
9
e n d
9 9 , 5
R e t u r n
h i g h
T e m p
p u m p
o n
9 9 9 , 5
The maximum return temperature as set in the parameters is exceeded.
Display message
F1
Reason
t
Display message
F3
Reason
Display message
F17
Reason
h
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10.17.2. BLOCKING CODES
The following graphs describe the blocking codes of the boiler. A blocking code is only a temporary blocking of the
boiler, because of an extraordinary situation. The boiler will continue to operate after stabilisation of this situation.
The display is not blinking, but is lightened up during the blocking period.
The boiler is blocking an action because of an extraordinary situation. This action will be continued after stabilisation of this situation.
Display message
Reason
y
c
l
e
t
i m e
C a
s
c
a d
e
B
l
o
s
9 9 9 , 5
h r
The boiler starts its deairation function and after will return to normal operation. This function can be activated by parameter P4AJ.
s
D e
d T
a
i
b
r
l
a
o
t
c
i
h
o n
k
9 9 9 , 5
h r s
Temperature difference between flow and return exceeds the blocking value but
not the lock out value.
Display message
Reason
c
r
Display message
Reason
i
c k
9 9 9 , 5
One of the cascaded boilers causes an error, because of a lock out.
Display message
Reason
t
9 9 9 , 5
h r s
The controller received a new heat demand too quick after the last ended demand.
Display message
Reason
A n
F
l
o w
t
e m p
h
i
g h
9 9 9 , 5
h r
Flow temperature has exceeded the blocking temperature, but it has not exceeded the lock-out value
s
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Display message
Reason
h
i
g h
9
9
r
s
9 9 9 , 5
h r
Wrong electrical power supply is connected (not 50 or 60 Hz, 220-240 Volt).
s
9
,
G e n
L
i
O u
n
R e
t
B
e
l
f
t
d o o
o
c
5
a u
u
r
r
k
l
n
s
t
s o r
9 9 9 ,
Outdoor temperature has exceeded the blocking temperature.
t
e n
e m p
h
i
f
5
a
i
h
l
r
T 2
-
T
1
h
i
t
e
r
p
r
e
s
g h
9 9 9 , 5
Temperature difference T2-T1 has exceeded the blocking value.
W a
s
g h
9 9 9 , 5
h r
Return temperature has exceeded the blocking temperature, but the return
temperature has not exceeded the lock-out value.
Display message
Reason
e m p
9 9 9 , 5
h
The general blocking circuit is activated during operation = contact 7-8
Display message
Reason
t
Flue gas temperature has exceeded the limit.
Display message
Reason
e
s
Display message
Reason
u
r
Display message
Reason
l
h
Display message
Reason
F
s
s u
r
9
e
9
9
f
,
h
r
s
a u l
5
h
t
r
s
Water pressure is too low or too high.
10.17.3. MAINTENANCE ATTENTION MESSAGES
The following graphs describe the messages at the boiler display. Depending on the selected and activated options
for the boiler, it is possible that some messages will show up at the display of the boiler. For example, a maintenance message after a certain programmed date has been reached. The boiler will operate independently of these
messages.
The display shows alternating the base screen and this message, while the backlight is blinking.
The boiler is operating, but will count the exceeding hours.
A parameter must be changed, after service, to remove this message.
Display message
Reason:
N e e d s
M a i n t e n a n
0
I g n i t i o n
c y c l e s
h r
Maintenance option of total number of ignition cycles has been reached.
.
s
0
0
r
.
s
0
N e e d s
M a i n t e n a n
0
B u r n i n g
h o u r s
h r
Maintenance option of total number of burning hours has been reached.
.
s
0
.
s
0
Display message
Reason:
N e e d s
M a i n t e
D a t e
Maintenance option of the date has been reached.
n
a
n
h
Display message
Reason:
Display message
Reason:
80
N e e d s
M a i n t e n a n
A l l
h
One of the abovementioned maintenance options has been reached.
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11. CONTROLLING OPTIONS AND SETTINGS
11.1.
General
The following chapters describe some general functions of the boiler and their possible use.
11.1.1.
EXTRA BOILER CONTROL
When all units (cascaded) are firing at their maximum it is possible to start an extra “external” heating source. This
unit can be connected to the “Burner Burning” contacts (connection 19-20).
P5DE
Extra boiler output enable (1) (display C4)
When this parameter is set at 1 the contact “Burner Burning” will close, but only when all units are firing at a certain
(programmable) input percentage. The standard factory setting for this function is “OFF”.
11.1.2.
MAX COOLING TIME
The fan will cool down the heat exchanger according to the temperature settings (parameters) of the software.
With this cooling parameter the maximum run time of the fan can be programmed.
P2LK
Max cooling time (display D4)
This function is not used for central heating boilers.
11.1.3.
TEMPERATURE DISPLAY ON/OFF
Selection for showing the measured temperatures in the operation display of the boiler.
P5BJ
Temperature display 1=on (display D5)
The measured temperature in the operation display.
0 = not visible
1 = visible
11.1.4.
W ATER PRESSURE
P4 AD
pressure 0=off, 1=sensor, 2=switch (display D7).
When the water pressure exceeds 4 bar a pressure switch must be used instead of the sensor (suitable till 4 bar).
With the switch, pressure can go up to 6 bar. In this case, remove the pressure sensor and replace it by the
pressure switch.
Now set the parameter at the control panel by changing “D7 config” from 1 into 2.
11.1.5.
GAS TYPE SELECTION
Settings for gas types: natural gas, propane or butane-propane mixture (B/P).
P4 BD
Gas type (0=standard, 1=propane , 2=B/P) (display D8).
This parameter is set 0 for the common used gas types such as natural gas G20 or G25.
By setting this parameter 1 for propane, fan speed is reduced.
Set this parameter 2 for B/P.
0=
1=
2=
standard gas (e.g.: natural gas)
propane
B/P
By each setting, the relevant Soft start settings are automatically adjusted, depending on its main setting P4BE,
see next section § 11.1.6.
Remark: For the CPM SP116 it is not necessary to use P4BD because the air restrictor kit for
propane/butane must be used.
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In case of gas conversion, paste the corresponding sticker at the appropriate position in
the boiler and mark the square for the used gas
type.
Because it is not necessary to set parameter
P4BD leave the square for parameter B4BD
blank.
G31 P
G30/G31 B/P
PROPANE
PROPAN
PROPANO
PROPAAN
BUTANE/PROPANE
BUTAN/PROPAN
BUTANO/PROPANO
BUTAAN/PROPAAN
P4BD = 1
P4BD = 2
(In the example on the right, ‘propane is
marked’ and P4BD = blank).
G31 P
G30/G31 B/P
11.1.6.
PROPANE
PROPAN
PROPANO
PROPAAN
BUTANE/PROPANE
BUTAN/PROPAN
BUTANO/PROPANO
BUTAAN/PROPAAN

P4BD = 1
P4BD = 2
SOFT START OPTION
Start parameters can be modified to achieve better start behaviour, in case of noise or other difficulties. This is
done by reducing the fan ramp-up speed. Two reduced settings are available (I and II).
P4 BE
Soft start (0=normal, 1=reduced fan ramp-up speed (I), 2= reduced fan speed ramp-up (II))
(display D9).
0=
1=
2=
normal start-up
reduced fan ramp-up speed (I)
reduced fan ramp-up speed (II)
11.1.7.
PUMP MODE (EC TECHNOLOGY)
When using a pump with Electronic Commutation technology and start-stop function, this parameter determines
the relay for switching the pump on and off.
P5 BN
Pump mode (0=normal, 1=relay1, 2= relay2, 3= relay3 (display DA).
Do not use the 230 Vac relay for the main power supply of the pump, but directly connect the pump
to an external power supply.
A modulating pump with PWM control: the power supply is directly connected to the mains, the PWM connection
is connected to CN10, contacts 9 and 18.
Pumps with an on/off control can be switched by one of the relay connections “lock-out”, “burner burning” or “heat
demand”. Choose a connection which is not yet used.
0=
1=
2=
3=
4=
PWM 0-100% modulating pump, connection CN10, connectors 9 and 18
Start-stop through relay 1, connectors 17 and 18 (lock-out)
Start-stop through relay 2, connectors 19 and 20 (burner burning)
Start-stop through relay 3, connectors 21 and 22 (heat demand)
Do not use (reserved for future applications).
The boiler pump must be controlled by the CPM SP116 boiler control. If, for any reason, an external pump
control is applied without written approval of LOCHINVAR LTD, the complete warranty on the CPM SP116
boiler and all supplied parts will become invalid.
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11.2.
Heating
The following chapters describe the different functions of the boiler and their related “controlling behaviour settings”
as a central heating boiler.
11.2.1.
CONTROLLING BEHAVIOUR SETTINGS
The factory settings for all heating applications are working fine and it is therefore advised not to change these
settings. If changes are needed always consult the Lochinvar for advice.
P5 AO Blocking offset flow temperature control (display A2).
The amount of degrees the measured temperature exceeds the active flow temperature set point before the heat
demand stops. Only active when the unit is controlled by the internal flow sensor (S1) and used for single unit
control.
P5 AL Hysteresis CH Flow temperature control (display A4).
The amount of degrees that the measured temperature must drop, relative to the active flow temperature set point
+ Offset (Parameter P5 AO), before the heat demand starts. This function is active when the unit is controlled by
the internal flow sensor (S1) and used for single units. When controlling cascaded units with an external system
sensor (S3), this sensor will be used.
P5 AP Proportional range single heating boiler (display A3).
The proportional range for controlling the flow temperature of the boiler. This function is active when the unit is
controlled by the internal flow sensor (S1) and used for single units. When controlling cascaded units with an
external system sensor (S3), this sensor will be used.
P2 MI
Blocking offset System CH temperature control (display A6).
The amount of degrees the measured temperature exceeds the active flow temperature set point before heat
demand stops. Only active when the unit is controlled by an external system sensor (S3).
The following graph shows the relation between the several parameters.
BOILER OFF
OFFSET
SETPOINT + OFFSET
ALLOWED TO
MODULATE
Settings:
P5 AO
P5 AP
P5 AL
Offset
Proportional band
Hysteresis
Temp. set point
Burner starts at 45°C
Set point + Offset - Hysteresis
45°C
HYSTERESIS
PROPORTIONAL BAND
SETPOINT
WHEN CONTROLLING ON INTERNAL
FLOW SENSOR
= 5°C
= 15°C
= 10°C
= 50°C
= 50+5-10=
Burner stops at 55°C
Set point + Offset = 50 + 5 = 55°C
WHEN CONTROLLING ON EXTERNAL
FLOW SENSOR
BOILER ON
Settings:
P2 MI
P5 AP
P5 AL
Offset
Proportional band
Hysteresis
Temp. set point
= 5°C
= 15°C
= 10°C
= 70°C
Burner starts at 65°C
Set point + Offset - Hysteresis = 70+5-10=
65°C
Burner stops at 75°C
Set point + Offset = 70 + 5 = 75°C
Graph and values only for illustration purposes, programmed parameter values can deviate.
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11.2.2.
ROOM THERMOSTAT ON/OFF
A room thermostat with a fixed set point and using an ON/OFF control can be connected to the boiler (connections
11-12). Changing the flow temperature set point and activation of a timer program can be done by this room thermostat or by programming the boiler settings. See chapter 10.10.
11.2.3.
ROOM THERMOSTAT OPEN THERM
An RC OpenTherm controller can be connected to the boiler for temperature reading(s) and remote programming
(connections 11-12).
11.2.4.
OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE RELATED FLOW CONTROL
The flow temperature can be calculated by using the measured outdoor temperature for controlling the boiler. See
for detailed information § 10.11.
11.2.5.
0-10 VDC REMOTE FLOW TEMPERATURE SET POINT
The flow temperature is controlled by connecting an external 0-10 Vdc signal to the boiler (connections 13-14).
P5 BB Analogue input Config (0=off 1=temp 2=power) (display D1).
This parameter must be set at "1" so the supplied 0-10V dc signal will control the temperature set point.
Possible settings are:
0=
1=
2=
0-10V control off
0-10V temperature set point control active
0-10V burner input control active
P5 AI
Minimum Temperature 0-10V input (display D2).
The standard starting temperature of the heat demand, when the minimum voltage signal is sent to the boiler. The
factory settings for all heating applications are working fine and it is therefore advised not to change these settings.
If changes are needed always consult the Lochinvar for advice.
See also the following graph for the relation between the temperature and the control signal.
P2GB off
P2GA on
P2GC max.
temperature setting °C
P6BA max. temperature set point
e.g. 90°C
P5AI min. temperature set point
e.g. 20°C (default)
0-10 Vdc control signal
Graph and values only for illustration purposes, programmed parameter values can deviate!
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11.2.6.
0-10 VDC REMOTE BURNER INPUT CONTROL
The burner input is controlled by connecting an external 0-10 Vdc signal to the boiler (connections 13-14).
P5 BB Analogue input Config (0=off 1=temp 2=power) (display D1).
This parameter must be set at "2" so the supplied 0-10V dc signal will control the burner input. The standard factory
setting is “1”, temperature set point control. Possible settings are:
0=
1=
2=
0-10 V control off
0-10 V temperature set point control active
0-10 V burner input control active
See also the following graph for the relation between the burner input and the control signal.
P2GA on
P2GC max.
burner input [%]
P2GB off
Min. burner input %
fixed value, e.g. 25%
0-10 Vdc control signal
Graph and values only for illustration purposes, programmed parameter values can deviate!
11.2.7.
TIMER CONTACT FUNCTION
This function can be activated when using an external night reduction timer for heating. This timer contact can be
connected to the thermostat terminals (connections 11-12).
P5 AB Timer Contact (1=on) (display A9).
When this parameter is activated and:
- The thermostat terminals are bridged (timer contact closed), the normal day-time temperature is used as set
point.
- The thermostat terminals are not bridged (timer contact open), the night reduced temperature is used as set
point.
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11.3.
Indirect hot water / calorifier
The following chapters describe the different functions of the boiler and their related “controlling behaviour settings”
as a central heating boiler with an indirect hot water function.
11.3.1.
PUMP AND 3-WAY VALVE CONTROL
See chapter 19 for several installation examples of the boiler and the preferred functions. When the boiler is used
as an indirect boiler for both central heating and hot water function, this hot water function can be activated by
using a DHW pump or a 3-way valve.
P4 AB DHW Pump Config 0=Pump 1=TWV (display B1)
Use this parameter to program whether the flow to the indirect water tank (calorifier) is controlled by a pump (0 =
Pump) or a 3-way valve (1 = TWV).
11.3.2.
TANK THERMOSTAT
An external thermostat can be connected to the boiler (connections 5-6). When there is a hot water demand and
the tank thermostat closes, the boiler will start for the hot water demand. The calorifier/tank pump will be activated
or in case of a 3-way valve, this valve will turn to the position to supply heat to the tank coil(s). In case of a heat
demand and hot water demand, the CH pump will switch off until the hot water demand ends.
P4 AB DHW Pump Config 0=Pump 1=TWV (display B1)
Use this parameter to program whether the flow to the indirect water tank (calorifier) is controlled by a pump (0 =
Pump) or a 3-way valve (1 = TWV).
11.3.3.
TANK SENSOR
A tank sensor can be connected to the boiler. The tank (hot water) set point and related controlling parameters are
set in the boiler controller. A hot water demand is detected by the boiler, when the sensor (water) temperature
drops below the set point. The calorifier/tank pump will be activated or in case of a 3-way valve, this valve will turn
to the position to supply heat to the tank coil(s). In case of a heat and hot water demand at the same time, the
heating pump will switch off until the hot water demand is stopped (water temperature is reached).
P5 CA Hysteresis DHW tank temperature (display BF)
The amount of degrees that the hot water temperature in the indirect water tank/calorifier needs to drop relative to
the hot water set point, before the heat demand is transported to the boiler.
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11.3.4.
LOW/HIGH FLOW TEMPERATURE TO TANK COIL
This function can only be used for an “indirect” programmed boiler (parameter P4 AA = 1).
Normally for a regular calorifier a fixed flow temperature of 85°C is supplied to the calorifier heat exchanger in case
of a heat demand. This hot water flow will indirectly heat up the water in the calorifier tank.
The parameters for this function can be configured for both low and high calorifier operation.
This function operates as follows:
In case of a heat demand, the boiler supplies water to the heat exchanger of the calorifier, according to the flow
temperature set in parameter P5 CB. When the heat demand remains for the period set in parameter P5 CL, the
flow temperature set point will change to a higher temperature, which is set in parameter P5 CK. This situation
continues until the heat demand ends.
Start heat demand calorifier
Water temperature to
calorifier heat exchanger
P5CB
P5CK
P5CL
Time
The reason for this function is that the boiler by supplying a lower flow temperature to the heat exchanger of the
calorifier, can stay in its condensing mode (if the temperature is low enough) and thus operate at a higher efficiency
level. When it takes too long (> P5 CL) to heat up the tank with this low temperature mode, the flow temperature
set point will change to a higher setting to make sure that the hot water set point is reached.
P5 CB Flow temperature DHW tank low (display B2)
The low-level flow temperature to the tank coil(s) in case of a calorifier/indirect hot water demand. This “two staged”
function is added to keep the boiler in the condensing mode as long as possible.
P5 CK Flow temperature DHW tank high (display B3)
The high-level flow temperature to the tank coil(s) in case of a calorifier/indirect hot water demand.
P5 CL Low flow temperature time DHW (display B4)
The programmed period for changing the set point of the water flow temperature from low to high.
The standard factory setting for this function is “OFF”.
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11.3.5.
HEATING AND HOT WATER SWITCHING TIME
This function can only be used for an “indirect” programmed boiler (parameter P4 AA = 1).
In case there is a heating demand and the unit is operating for this heating demand, also a hot water demand can
be activated. A hot water demand always has priority, this means that the unit will switch to hot water operation.
When the hot water demand remains for a longer period, there will be no heat supply for/to the central heating
system during this period. Not supplying any heat for/to the central heating system might cause undesirable temperature fluctuations. The following parameters can be used to program the preferred settings.
P5 CL Low flow temperature time DHW (display B4)
The period during which the set point of the water flow temperature (to the heating coil(s) of the calorifier) will
switch from “low” to “high”.
P5 CF Max runtime DHW during CH demand
The programmed period for the boiler to operate for DHW demand in case of a CH demand. After this period the
boiler will switch to operate for CH demand, even when there is still a DHW demand.
P5 CM Max runtime CH during DHW demand
The programmed period for the boiler to operate for CH demand in case of a DHW demand. After this period the
boiler will switch to operate for DHW demand, even when there is still a CH demand.
The standard factory setting for this function is that the hot water demand always has priority and that no switching
between the heat and hot water demand happens, when both are active.
11.3.6.
HEATING AND HOT WATER SWITCHING AT SUDDEN TEMPERATURE DROP
This function can be used to detect indirect water tank/calorifier heat demand in case of a sudden temperature
drop within the range between the set point and the (minimum) value at which the boiler is normally switched on.
For this parameter is chosen the value of the temperature drop detected within one second, at which an immediate
indirect hot water demand is activated.
BOILER OFF
HYSTERESIS
OFFSET
SET POINT + OFFSET
ALLOWED TO
MODULATE
PROPORTIONAL BAND
SETPOINT
The parameter acts in this
temperature range
BOILER ON
P2KH
Gradient heat demand detect DHW tank temperature (display BG)
See the given explanation.
The standard factory setting for this function is “OFF”.
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11.3.7.
ANTI-LEGIONNAIRES’ DISEASE FUNCTION (PASTEURISATION)
This function can only be used for an “indirect” programmed boiler (parameter P4 AA = 1), on which a DHW
program is active.
To prevent Legionnaires' disease the boiler (software) provides a function for heating up the hot water storage tank
(once a week) to a higher water temperature then the normal active hot water set point. Also the period, that this
“higher” water temperature function must be active, can be programmed.
NOTICE: The standard factory setting for this Legionnaires' disease (pasteurisation) function is “OFF”. To activate
this Legionnaires' disease function, some parameters must be programmed by the Lochinvar/supplier. The starting
day and starting time of this Legionnaires' disease function can be programmed at the control panel of the boiler.
There are several parameters being used for this function. Three of these parameters are shown in the following
graph.
With parameter P2 KI the heating (CH) demand can be interrupted to provide heat for the anti-Legionnaires’ disease demand. When no interruption is activated the boiler will wait for the end of the heat demand before the antiLegionnaires’ disease function starts. The standard factory setting for this function is “OFF”.
Water temperature
P5CI = 5°C
This is the bandwidth within which the Legionnaires' temperature must stay during the programmed period. In this example the temperature
is allowed to fluctuate between 65°C and 70°C
during the anti-Legionnaires’ function.
Normal setting water temperature.
P5CD = 70°C
This is the maximum temperature
during anti Legionnaires' disease
function period.
P5CJ = 80 min.
This is the duration within which the water
temperature must be between the 65°C
and 70°C.
Normal setting water
temperature.
Start of the anti-Legionnaires’
disease program (start day and
time can be programmed).
Time (10 min steps)
Graph and values only for illustration purposes, programmed parameter values can deviate!
The settings of these parameters P5 CI, P5 CJ and P5 CD must be programmed according to all applicable anti
Legionnaires’ disease preventing regulations.
The setting of these parameters can only be done by the Lochinvar/supplier of the water heater or by a technician
with access to programming level 2, at the control panel of the unit without the use of a computer.
NOTICE: The use and activation of this function won’t guarantee a Legionnaires’ disease free installation.
The responsibility for a Legionnaires' disease free installation remains at the end-user/owner.
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11.4.

Cascade control
The following information is also found in the specific cascade manual, supplied standardly with LOCHINVAR LTD cascade accessories or on request.
Before commissioning a cascade installation, a number of parameters has to be changed.
These parameters can be programmed on the unit itself, without the use of a computer.
Changes in parameter may only be carried out by a skilled commissioning/service engineer, who has had
specific training for setting up the CPM SP116 range boilers. He will be able to check whether the installation functions correctly after the parameter change has been done.
For programming all parameters of the boilers one needs to have a laptop with the appropriate LOCHINVAR LTD
software and an interface cable for connecting the laptop to the boiler control. This software is used for programming but also shows all measured temperatures and cascade behaviour during operation and service/fault history.
Service personnel must attend a training course at Lochinvar Ltd prior to having access to the software.
11.4.1.
PARAMETER SETTINGS FOR CASCADED BOILERS
Before programming the cascaded boilers, make sure that all boilers are connected (wire) with each other. Use
connection 15 and 16 of each boiler.
Remind: do not alternate these connections, so always connect 15 to 15 and 16 to 16.
After connection every boiler must be programmed. This can be done at the control panel. Press the [MENU] button and select the [PARAMETER] menu. See graphics below.
Operating screen:
H E A T I N G : S T A N D - B Y
> > > : 1 2 3 . 4 ° C ( 1 2 3 . 4 ° C )
Press [MENU]
Main menu screen:
M a i n
M e n u
S e t p o i n t s
Select "Parameter" using [◄] & [►] and press [ENTER]
After this, use the password for installer’s level 2.
Parameter menu:
I n s t a l
l
e r
c o d e
0 0 0 0
Enter the 4-digit code with the [◄] & [►] and the
[▲] & [▼] buttons and select [ENTER]
The code will blink a few seconds and when entered
correctly, the following parameters will be displayed.
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PARAMETERS
P5DF = 1
P5DA = 0
Boiler
Ketel
Master
Master
PARAMETERS
P5DF = 0
P5DA = 1
Ketel
Boiler
Slave 1
Slave
PARAMETERS
P5DF = 0
P5DA = 2
Ketel
Boiler
Slave 2
2
Slave
PARAMETERS
P5DF = 0
P5DA = 3
Ketel
Boiler
Slave 3
3
Slave
15
A
16
B
CASCADE
CONNECTION
Now for every single boiler of the cascade the following two parameters must be selected and programmed according to the above drawing.
Master:
C5 P5 DF1
C2 P5 DA 0
Slave 1:
C5 P5 DF0
C2 P5 DA 1
Slave 2:
C5 P5 DF0
C2 P5 DA 2
And so on.
Menu C: Cascade
C 5
C a s
S i / M a
0
Function for the cascading of the boiler(s).
This parameter sets the function of the boiler at a
cascade alignment
0 = Single / Slave unit
1 = Master unit
Menu C: Cascade
C 2
B u s
a d d r e s s
0
Function for the cascading of the boiler(s).
This parameter determines the address of the boiler
for the total cascading control.
Master = 0, Slave1 = 1, etc.
When the correct parameter is set, this must be confirmed at the confirmation screen. After activation, the value
will blink for a few seconds while the parameter is programmed into the boiler.
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When cascade connection is programmed correctly the boiler display will show the following.
Explanation "Cascade communication indicator"
NO CASCADE COMMUNICATION
> > > no.1
Always showing the fixed ">>>"
CORRECT CASCADE COMMUNICATION
>
>
> no.1
no.2
Showing alternating no.1 & no.2 with 1 second interval.
11.4.2.
MONITOR SCREENS
To obtain cascade information, see § 10.4. on page 53.
11.4.3.
OUTPUT CONTROL AND BOILER SEQUENCE
The total cascade set-up will act as one single big boiler, switching on- and off boilers, depending on the total load
necessary to adjust and keep the flow temperature at the calculated value.
When the heat demand rises, more boilers are switched on, and when heat demand falls, one or more boilers will
be switched off. The boiler that was switched on last, will be switched off first, see table below.
To distribute operating hours equally over all boilers, the working sequence of the boilers will change every two
hours.
Hour
Switching ON sequence
Switching OFF sequence
X
Master – Slave 1 – Slave 2 – Slave 3 –
Slave 4 – Slave 5 – Slave 6 – Slave 7
Slave 7 – Slave 6 – Slave 5 – Slave 4 –
Slave 3 – Slave 2 – Slave 1 – Master
X+2
Slave 7 – Master – Slave 1 – Slave 2 –
Slave 3 – Slave 4 – Slave 5 – Slave 6
Slave 6 – Slave 5 – Slave 4 – Slave 3 –
Slave 2 – Slave 1 – Master – Slave 7
X+4
Slave 6 – Slave 7 – Master – Slave 1 –
Slave 2 – Slave 3 – Slave 4 – Slave 5
Slave 5 – Slave 4 – Slave 3 – Slave 2 –
Slave 1 – Master – Slave 7 – Slave 6
X+6
Slave 5 – Slave 6 – Slave 7 – Master –
Slave 1 – Slave 2 – Slave 3 – Slave 4
Slave 4 – Slave 3 – Slave 2 – Slave 1 –
Master – Slave 7 – Slave 6 – Slave 5
………..
………………………………………………… …………………………………………………
Table: boiler sequence example of an eight-boiler cascade.
In this table a total of eight boilers (one master, seven slaves) is mentioned as an example, in practice the maximum
number in a cascade, without extra (external) control, is twelve boilers.
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12. COMMISSIONING THE BOILER
12.1.
First: flushing the boiler with water
After installation of the boiler the first step, before commissioning, is to flush the boiler and the whole heating
installation with fresh water to remove pollution, debris and other materials that might cause a blocking. This must
also be done with heating installations, where only the boiler is replaced.
12.2.
Second: filling & venting the boiler and the system
After flushing the boiler and the installation the system can be filled with fresh water. Fill the boiler and the heating
system by using the appropriate filling valve. The water pressure of the system should be between a minimum of
1 bar and a maximum of 4 bar, also depending on the applied pressure safety valve.
NOTICE: Use the following aspects to prevent corrosion of the central heating system:
 Filling water: do not use any additives for the water of the central heating system. The pH value of the water
should be more than 5 (If this pH value is less, please contact the supplier).
 Ensure that any used “plastic” pipes are oxygen diffusion-proof in accordance with DIN 4726/4729. If not, make
sure that the boiler circuit is separated from the heating circuit by a plate heat exchanger. This way no oxygen
that entered the heating system through these pipes can reach the boiler.
 Check the total heating system for any leaks. This to prevent oxygen entering the system through these leaks.
The boiler has an automatic air vent situated on top of the boiler (at the top panel). This vent must be opened
during the filling of the boiler and the heating system to make sure that no air/oxygen is trapped in the heat exchanger of the boiler. NOTICE: Check that the screw cap has been loosened at least one twist. Shortly after putting
the boiler into operation, check the water pressure and add or drain some water to obtain the required pressure.
During these proceedings, make sure that no water can enter the boiler and make contact with the electrical parts.
12.3.
Third: check the water flow
Before the boiler will be started it must be sure that the boiler pump is functioning and that there is a water flow
over the heat exchanger. Check the electrical power supply of the boiler. When this is connected correctly, the
display will show:
Display message
Reason:
B o
i
l
e
r
o
f
f
Boiler is not active. To activate the boiler press [ON/OFF] button for six
seconds.
Display message
Reason:
H E A T I N G : b o i l e r
o f f
> > > : 1 2 3 . 4 ° C ( 1 2 3 . 4 ° C )
Boiler is standby. To activate the boiler press [ON/OFF] button for three
seconds.
Activate the boiler by pressing the [ON/OFF] button for six resp. three seconds. After this the following display will
appear:
Display message
Reason:
H E A T I N G : N o
d e m a n d
> > > : 1 2 3 . 4 ° C ( 1 2 3 . 4
° C )
Boiler is active, but there is no heat demand.
When no water is present in the boiler or water pressure is too low/high, the boiler will go into lock-out and show a
corresponding message in the display.
Display message
W a
Reason
Water pressure is too low or high.
t
e
r
p
r
e s s u
r e
9 9 9
f
,
a u l
5
h
t
r
s
By pressing the [SERVICE] button of the boiler, the boiler can be started without a heating demand. The boiler will
start to fire and also the pump will start to run. Firing of the boiler without a water flow (but filled with water) will
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cause the so called “boiling noises”. Check during this “service function” operation also the flow and return temperatures of the boiler by pressing the [◄] button once. The temperature difference of the flow and return must be
at least 13ºC and maximum 25ºC. This temperature difference indicates that there is a sufficient water flow over
the boiler; this water flow protects the heat exchanger against possible damage caused by a thermal overload.
Another safety feature of the boiler, to make sure that there is enough water flow over the boiler, is the monitoring
of the flow and return temperatures (T2 and T1). When the temperature difference (delta T) between the flow and
return exceeds a certain (set) value, the following warning messages will be shown in the display.
Display message
Reason:
-
T 1
h
i
g h
9 9 9 , 5
h r s
Temperature difference T2-T1 has exceeded the blocking value, as set
in the parameters.
Display message
Reason:
T 2
d T
B
l
o c k
9 9 9 , 5
h r
Temperature difference between flow and return has exceeded the
blocking value, but not the lock out value.
s
When the Delta T value exceeds the lock-out setting, the boiler will switch off and the following lock out code will
be shown at the display.
Display message
F16
Reason:
F l o w R e t u r n
d t
f a u l t
p u m p
o n
9 9 9 , 5
h r
Temperature difference between flow and return exceeds limitation
value, or 'dT Block' has occurred 3 times.
s
When these messages appear and/or the boiler will lock out, it means that there is not enough flow over the boiler.
In this case check the functioning of the pump.
The boiler has no built-in water flow switch. If there is the possible risk of a water flow blockage of the (external)
heating system, the following pre-cautions can be taken to ensure a water flow over the boiler:
 Separate the boiler circuit from the (external) heating circuit by using a low loss header or plate heat exchanger.
 When the boiler is not equipped with an internal (built in) water pressure switch, install a water pressure
switch externally, in series with the room thermostat.
During and after the commissioning of the boiler, the operation of the boiler pump must be checked, before leaving
the installation room.
NOTICE: Always check the running of the pump before firing the boiler.
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13. STARTING THE BOILER
13.1.
General
The gas input pressure for the boiler to operate properly under the correct load, must be at high fire
more or equal to the minimum gas inlet pressure for the supplied gas type, as stated in the technical
specification data table on page 8&9.
The graph shows the position of
the pressure nipple (3) for the
boiler:
4
3
1
2
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13.2.
Firing for the first time
After the commissioning of the boiler and the described previous actions, the boiler display will show the following
graph.
Display message
Reason:
H E A T I N G : N o
d e m a n d
> > > : 1 2 3 . 4 ° C ( 1 2 3 . 4
Boiler is active, but there is no heat demand.
° C )
The display describes:
 The actual operation for heating or hot water
 If a heat demand is activated
 The temperature setting
 The temperature measured
When mounting the bottom part of the siphon, before commissioning the boiler and/or after
maintenance, the siphon must ALWAYS be completely filled with water.
This is a safety measure: the water in the siphon keeps the flue gases from leaking into the
plant room via the condensate drain.
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14. ADJUSTING AND SETTING THE BURNER
Before carrying out any adjusting of the burner, carefully read this complete chapter.
14.1.
Introduction
The burner must always be adjusted in the next situations:
A.
- A new boiler is installed
- As part of a service/maintenance check, in case the CO 2 values turn out to be incorrect.
B.
- The gas control safety valve has been (re)placed
- Another type of gas is applied: gas conversion
Adjustment procedures for situation A are described in § 14.2 And for situation B § 14.3
In either of the four cases described in A and B, always check the gas/air ratio of the combustion figure (CO 2) at
maximum and minimum input. First set the boiler at max. load and subsequently at min. load, and repeat if necessary.
14.1.1.
ADJUSTMENT TABLES
Table 1: CO2 values for maximum and minimum load. 2)
1)
Gas type
G20
Propane3) G31
B/P 3,4) G30/ G31
1
2
3
4
CO2 [%]
max load
min load
9,0 - 9,2
8,3 - 8,5
10,3 - 10,5
9,4 – 9,6
10,4 - 10,6
9,4 – 9,6
O2 [%]
max load
min load
4,5 - 4,8
5,7 - 6,0
4,9 - 5,2
6,2 – 6,5
5,0 - 5,3
6,5 – 6,8
Cf. EN437.
All values measured without front door. The CO2 / O2 values should always be between the values
set in this table. Nominal values can be found in Technical specifications datasheet page.
Butane, propane or B/P mixtures only with air restrictor and venturi directly mounted on the fan, see
also instruction for butane/propane kit. A butane/propane (B/P) kit is needed, see accessories list.
B/P: Propane/butane mixture.
To use another type of gas with the boiler, a conversion kit for butane/propane is needed, which consists
of an air restrictor and an O-ring to air tighten the gap between the fan and the venturi. Changing of gas
type involves a different calorific value and composition of the gas. Adjust the gas valve.
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14.1.2.
ADJUSTMENT VALUES
To make adjustments easier, values of table 1 are presented in the following figures.
The CO2 / O2 values should always be between the values set in this figure.
Nominal values can be found in the Technical specifications table at the beginning of this manual.
All values are measured without front door.
Gas type G20
The CO2 level may never be in the hatched area.
CO2
O2
adjust
max load
4,5 %
9,2 %
O.K.
4,8 %
9,0 %
adjust
adjust
5,7 %
8,5 %
min load
O.K.
6,0 %
8,3 %
adjust
____________________________________________________________________________
Propane G31:
Boiler has to be adapted by using a gas conversion kit. (only by a skilled mechanic).
The CO2 level may never be in the hatched area.
CO2
O2
adjust
max load
4,9 %
10,5 %
O.K.
5,2 %
10,3 %
adjust
adjust
6,2 %
9,6 %
min load
O.K.
6,5 %
9,4 %
adjust
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B/P: propane/ butane mixture G30/ G31:
Boiler has to be adapted by using a gas conversion kit. (only by a skilled mechanic).
The CO2 level may never be in the hatched area.
CO2
O2
adjust
max load
5,0 %
10,6 %
O.K.
5,3 %
10,4 %
adjust
adjust
6,5 %
9,6 %
min load
O.K.
6,8 %
9,4 %
adjust
14.1.3.
SETTING SCREWS GAS VALVE: DRAWING
NOTICE: Do NOT mistake the screw marked ‘PILOT’ for screw 2.
 Screw 2 is the SMALL screw immediately next to the pilot screw.
Number 3 is the gas pressure input measuring nipple.
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14.1.4.
ADJUSTMENT ACTIONS: GENERAL SCHEME
General scheme for adjustment of the gas valve(s). Check this scheme for an overview.
To complete all necessary adjustments in right order, follow case A or B top-down through the scheme (B involves
a few extra steps (grey text blocks)):
GENERAL SCHEME SETTING STEPS
case A
new boiler or service check
continue ↓
case B
valve replacement or gas conversion
first close screw [2], then set it according table 2
SWITCH TO SERVICE MODE
If burner doesn’t start, open screw[2] ¼ turn extra
continue ↓
procedure 1
setting at maximum load
[▲] set burner at maximum load
measure CO2 at flue gas outlet;
use screw [2] to adjust according table 1 or figures.
CO2
[2]
CO2
[2]
procedure 2
setting at minimum load
[▼] set burner at minimum load
measure CO2 at flue gas outlet;
use screw [1] to adjust according table 1 or figures.
CO2
[1]
CO2
[1]
repeat procedure 1
repeat procedure 2
keep repeating until values match table values best
Boiler returns to NORMAL MODE after 40 min. OR by pressing [SERVICE] button
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14.2.
Adjusting in case of a new boiler, or after maintenance (case A)
14.2.1.
GENERAL REMARK
For all adjusting steps under A the measured CO2 values shall be according table 1 or figures
14.2.2.
CHECKING AND ADJUSTING AT MAXIMUM LOAD
Adjust at maximum load by carrying out procedure 1 on p.100.
14.2.3.
CHECKING AND ADJUSTING AT MINIMUM LOAD
Adjust at minimum load by carrying out procedure 2 on p.101.
14.3.
Adjusting in case of valve replacement or gas conversion (case B)
To use another type of gas with the boiler, a conversion kit for butane/propane is needed, which consists
of an air restrictor and an O-ring to air tighten the gap between the fan and the venturi. Changing of gas
type involves a different calorific value and composition of the gas. Adjust the gas valve.
14.3.1.
GENERAL REMARKS
All adjustments must result in CO2 according table 1 or figures.
14.3.2.
CHECKING AND ADJUSTING AT MAXIMUM LOAD
The CPM SP116 has a single gas valve, see the drawings on page

First, turn setting screws [2] clockwise until you feel resistance. This means that the valve is closed, do not
try to tighten the screw any further in the closed position.
After this, turn screw [2] counter clockwise (open), according to the number of turns in table 2 for the used
boiler and gas type.

Adjust the valve at maximum load by carrying out procedure 1 on page 100.
If the burner doesn’t start up in service mode, turn screw [2] a quarter turn counter clockwise (open), and try again.
14.3.3.
CHECKING AND ADJUSTING AT MINIMUM LOAD
Adjust at minimum load by carrying out procedure 2 on page 101.
IMPORTANT: Toggle between high fire and low fire to make fine-tuning adjustments (adjusting the minimum setting affects the maximum setting and contrariwise).
14.4.
Adjusting procedures
Procedures 1 and 2, referred to in the previous sections 14.2 and 14.3, are described below:
Procedure 1: adjust at maximum load
In case B (replacement of gas valve or gas conversion): consult § 14.3. before starting procedure 1 below.
Carry out the next 4 steps:
1. Press [SERVICE] button for about 3 seconds.
Display message
H E A T I N G : S e r v i c e
2 6 %
> > >
1 2 3 . 4 ° C ( 1 2 3 . 4 ° C )
Boiler is activated and operates at service mode at 26% (minimum). (example)
2. Press [▲] button until maximum load is reached:
Display message
H E A T I N G : S e r v i c e
1 0 0 %
> > >
1 2 3 . 4 ° C ( 1 2 3 . 4 ° C )
Boiler is activated and operates at service mode at 100% (maximum). (example)
3. Measure the CO2 percentage at the flue gas outlet.
4. By setting screw [2], adjust the gas valve to obtain the CO 2 value of table 1 or the figures.
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Decrease CO2 percentage
CO2
[2]
Turn screw [2] right (clockwise)
Increase CO2 percentage
CO2
[2]
Turn screw [2] left (counter clockwise)
The service operation of the boiler will be active for 40 minutes.
After this period the boiler will return to normal operation.
Procedure 2: adjust at minimum load
In case B (gas conversion or replacement of gas valve): consult § 14.3. before starting procedure 2 below.
Carry out the next three steps:
1. Press [▼] button until minimum load is reached.
Display message
H E A T I N G : S e r v i c e
> > >
1 2 3 . 4 ° C ( 1 2 3
Boiler is activated and operates at service mode at 26% (minimum).
.
4
2 6 %
° C )
2. Measure the CO2 percentage at the flue gas outlet.
3. By setting screw [1], adjust the gas valve to obtain the CO 2 value of table 1.
Decrease CO2 percentage
CO2
[1]
Turn screw [1] left (counter clockwise)
Increase CO2 percentage
CO2
[1]
Turn screw [1] right (clockwise)
Additional measurement at minimum load.
In the table, a CO2 percentage is specified at which the gas valve must be set, with the boiler operating at minimum
load.
This setting of the gas valve is in general a good procedure to get a good gas/air ratio.
But to ensure a good setting at minimum load we also advice to check the pressure at measuring point 4 on the
gas valve, while the unit is firing at minimum load at the specified CO 2 setting, so after setting screw [1].
To do this, remove the screw on measuring point 4 from the gas valve and connect a pressure measuring device
(manometer) to it.
When the CO2 has been set to the specified value at minimum load, one must measure a negative pressure: -10
± 3 Pa. This measured pressure is valid for natural gas, propane and propane/butane mixtures.
If the measured pressure is not within this range, check the complete gas/air unit, consisting of the gas valve,
venturi, fan and burner plate, for defects and/or mounting errors. Also make sure that the measuring devices, both
CO2 meter and manometer, are functioning well.
NOTICE: After the setting has been done at minimum load, go back to maximum load and check if it still gives the
right CO2 level as specified for maximum load in the table; adjust the gas valve if necessary.
After readjustment go back to minimum load and check again the CO 2 level and gas valve pressure; adjust if
necessary.
Keep toggling between maximum load and minimum load up to the point that no adjustments are needed anymore
and the CO2 levels and gas valve pressure are within the specified ranges.
After these adjustments, return to normal operation by pressing the [SERVICE] button.
IMPORTANT: Make sure that the screw(s) on the measuring points are mounted again, after the work on the gas
valve has been finished.
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14.5.
Gas conversion propane or B/P
To use another type of gas with the boiler, only a conversion kit for butane/propane is needed, which consists of
an air restrictor and an O-ring to air tighten the gap between the fan and the venturi. This changing of gas type
involves a different calorific value and composition of the gas. Change the settings of the gas valve.
For example propane.
Take the following actions:
1.
Mount the air restrictor kit as described below on this page and Set the gas valve:
2.
Turn the adjusting screw [2] three full strokes around (clockwise).
3.
Press the [SERVICE] button for about 3 seconds to start up the boiler in service mode.
4.
When, after several starting attempts, the burner does not ignite and start to burn, turn the adjusting screw
[2] one quarter stroke back (counter clockwise) and start service mode again.
5.
When the burner ignites, and starts to burn, continue the setting of the gas valve at maximum and minimum
load, as described in the previous chapters and use the values for Gas G31.
See 14.1.1: Adjustment tables Table 1: CO2 and O2 values for maximum and minimum load 2).
1)
1
2
3
CO2 [%]
max. load
min. load
10,3 - 10,5
9,4 – 9,6
O2 [%]
max. load
min. load
4,9 - 5,2
6,2 – 6,5
Gas type
Propane3) G31
According EN437.
All values measured without front door. The CO2 / O2 values should always be between the values
set in this table. Nominal values can be found at the Technical specifications datasheet page.
Propane or B/P mixtures only with air restrictor and venturi directly mounted on the fan, see also
instruction for butane/propane kit. A butane/propane (B/P) kit is needed contact Lochinvar Ltd.
To use another type of gas with the boiler, a conversion kit for butane/propane is needed, which consists
of an air restrictor and an O-ring to air tighten the gap between the fan and the venturi. Changing of gas
type involves a different calorific value and composition of the gas. Adjust the gas valve.
Instructions for butane/propane kit application
The air restrictor is a plastic cap with a slit in it. To apply it, follow the next steps (see picture below):

Disassemble the complete burner door unit, as described in section 17.2. on page 113.

Loosen the three screws (1) that connect the venturi to the fan.

Remove the plastic ‘ring’ (2) from the fan, and replace it by the O-ring (3), supplied with the butane/propane
air restrictor kit.
NOTICE: It is important to discard the plastic ring (2), to ensure that the venturi is mounted air-tight onto the fan.

Put the air restrictor itself (4) completely over the venturi inlet opening and secure it with the supplied clamp(5).
NOTICE: Make sure that the air restrictor is placed correctly: it should have the slit horizontal when the other
components have the orientation as in the picture.

Reassemble both the burner door unit on the heat exchanger and the venturi with air restrictor on the fan.
G31 P
G30/G31 B/P
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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Venturi screws
Plastic ring.
O-ring
Air restrictor
Clamp
PROPANE
PROPAN
PROPANO
PROPAAN
BUTANE/PROPANE
BUTAN/PROPAN
BUTANO/PROPANO
BUTAAN/PROPAAN

P4BD = 1
P4BD = 2
In case of gas conversion, paste the corresponding sticker
at the appropriate position in the boiler and mark the square
for the used gas type.
Because it is not necessary to set parameter P4BD leave
the square for parameter B4BD blank.
15. PUTTING THE BOILER OUT OF OPERATION
It is recommended to have the boiler operational all year around to prevent any frost damage during the winter
and/or rotating parts getting jammed during other times of the year (built in boiler safety features).
15.1.
Out of operation: on/off function
To be used when the appliance must be put out of operation for a long period because of a defect or another safety
risk.
Act as follows:
 Disconnect or switch off the room thermostat and/or other external controllers from the boiler. The CH
pump and fan will stop after a short time.
 Switch off the boiler by pressing the [ON/OFF] button for six seconds.
 Make sure that the following display screen is visible.
Display message
B o i
l
e r
o f
f
Properties of the ‘off’ function:
 The keys do NOT respond and the menu is NOT accessible.
 The burner does NOT respond to an external heat demand.
 The boiler CAN, however, be switched on again by pressing the [ON/OFF] button.
 Pumps, fans and cascade (if applicable) are operational, and so are both recirculation protection (if applicable) and frost protection.
 NOTICE: Pump 3 (CH pump) is switched OFF, but this is NOT the case when the boiler is in a cascade.
 To reactivate the boiler, switch on the burner by pressing [ON/OFF] for six seconds again.
The frost protection module can still activate the burner.
To prevent this, switch off this protection or put the boiler in ‘power off’ mode.
15.2.
Out of operation: power off
To assure that the boiler cannot become active at all anymore, power should be cut off completely.
Act as follows:
 Disconnect or switch off the room thermostat and/or other external controllers from the boiler. The CH
pump and fan will stop after a short time.
 Switch off the boiler by pressing the [ON/OFF] button for six seconds.
 Make sure that the following display screen is visible.
Display message



B o i
l
e r
o f
f
Switch off the electrical power supply of the boiler (remove connection from the wall socket, or switch off
the main power).
Close the gas valve / gas supply.
In case of possible frost damage: drain both the boiler and the heating system.
NOTICE: Before starting to drain the boiler, first start draining the heating system and subsequently open also the
two drains of the boiler.
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16. FAULT CODES AND BLOCKING CODES
16.1.
Fault codes
IMPORTANT:
To avoid electric shocks, disconnect electrical supply before performing troubleshooting.
To avoid burns, allow the unit to cool before performing troubleshooting.
Be aware that a fault code is an indication that the unit or the system needs attention.
When repeatedly having faults these should not be neglected.
The first step is to check if the unit is installed according to the instructions. If not, first
make sure the installation complies with the installation manual.
Always check the fuses on the control board before replacing any major components. A
blown fuse can prevent the controller or other components from operating.
Most faults can also be caused by a bad wiring and/or connections, even if it is not specifically mentioned. With every fault it is wise to check wiring and connections (at both
ends) that connect to the safety device/component that generates the fault.
LOCK-OUT CODES:
Having a lockout means that the boiler needs a manual reset to start operating again.
When the boiler is in lockout the backlight of the display is blinking on and off.
Explanation > 9 9 9
,
5
Explanation > P u m p 1
:
h
r
o n
s
= time elapsed after fault/message.
= status of the pump during fault.
Display message
F15
C l i x o n
F a u l t
p u m p
o n
9 9 9 , 5
h r s
Heat exchanger fuse or burner door clixon exceeded maximum alReason
lowed value.
Cause: The thermal fuse of the heat exchanger has opened permanently.
Corrective action:
Switch off the electrical power and gas supply and contact supplier.
Cause: The burner door clixon has opened.
Corrective action:
Remove the burner door of the heat exchanger and check the burner door gasket for
leakage.
Check the burner door for deformation; when it deforms it must be replaced.
Check the heat exchanger for dirt and check that the flue is not blocked.
If heat exchanger is clean, reset manually the clixon itself and reset the boiler.
Display message
F8
Reason
Cause: No spark.
Corrective action:
F a i l e d
b u r n e r
s t a r
p u m p
o n
9 9 9 , 5
h
Boiler not operational after 4 starting attempts.
t
r
Check the ignitor/ignition electrode and replace/clean it if necessary.
Check the state of the ceramic insulator. A small crack can prevent the spark to form at
the end of the electrode.
Check the distance between the electrode pin, earth pin and burner.
Check the state of the ignition cable and replace it if necessary.
Check the state of the earth wire/connection of the ignitor and replace it if necessary.
Check the state of the sparkplug cap and replace it if necessary.
Check power supply. Voltage must be 230 Vac nom.
Check for proper electrical grounding of unit.
Bad ignition transformer. Replace the burner control of the unit.
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s
F8 
Cause:
Ignition spark, but no flame.
Corrective action:
Check if all gas valves in the supply line are completely open.
Check if there is no air in the gas supply (start-up new systems).
Check if the gas valve opens. When there is power supply to the gas valve, but the valve
does not open, the gas valve must be replaced.
Check if the gas valve opens. When there is no power supply to the gas valve check the
gas valve wiring/connections.
Check if the gas valve settings are correct and adjust if necessary.
Check if the gas pressure is correct and sufficient.
Check if the air supply is open/not blocked.
Cause:
Flame, but not enough ionisation to establish the flame.
Corrective action:
Check the ignitor/ignition electrode and replace/clean it if necessary.
Check the state of the ceramic insulator.
Check the distance between the electrode pin, earth pin and burner.
Check the state of the ignition wire (also the ionisation wire) and replace it if necessary.
Check the state of the earth wire/connection of the ignitor and replace it if necessary.
Check for proper electrical grounding of unit.
Check power supply. Voltage must be 230 Vac nom.
Check the state of the sparkplug cap and replace it if necessary.
Display message
F10
F a l s e
f l a m e
s i g n a l
p u m p
o n
9 9 9 , 5
h r s
Flame signal detected, while boiler should not fire for operation.
Reason
Cause:
The flame detection circuit detects a flame which is not supposed to be present.
Corrective action:
Check the ignition/ionisation electrode and make sure it is clean (or replace it).
Check the power supply voltage for a correct polarity.
Check the power supply for bad frequency or voltage peaks.
Check external wiring for voltage feedback.
Check the internal wiring for bad connections.
Check if the gas valve is closing correctly.
Replace the burner control.
Display message
F11
F a n
s p e e d
i n c o r r e c
p u m p
o n
9 9 9 , 5
h
Actual fan speed differs from the unit rpm set point.
t
r
s
Reason
Cause:
An incorrect fan speed is detected.
Corrective action:
Check the 4-wired wiring and connections at the fan and at the main control board.
Check the 3-wired power supply wiring and connections at both ends.
Replace the fan.
Replace the main control board.
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Display message
F9
F l a m e
l o s t
p u m p
o n
Reason
Flame signal lost during operation.
Cause: Bad gas supply pressure
Corrective action:
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,
5
h
r
s
Be aware that the specified gas pressure must be met during all operation conditions.
Check if all gas valves in the supply line are completely open.
Check if the dirt filters mesh in the gas valve inlet is clean.
Check if the external dirt filter in the gas supply line is not blocked.
Check if an external gas pressure regulator is selected/installed correctly.
Check the gas pressure that is supplied to the building > call the supplier if necessary.
Cause: Bad gas valve or gas valve settings.
Corrective action: Check and set gas valve settings.
Cause: Bad electrode, electrode wiring/connection (bad ionisation signal).
Corrective action:
Check ionisation signal.
Check the ignitor/ignition electrode and replace/clean it if necessary.
Check the state of the ceramic insulator.
Check the distance between the electrode pin, earth pin and burner.
Check the state of the ignition wire (is also ionisation wire), and replace if necessary
Check the state of the ignitor earth wire/connection and replace it if necessary.
Check for proper electrical grounding of unit.
Cause: Bad flue gas and/or air supply system.
Corrective action:
Check if the design of the flue gas and air supply system complies with the max. combined resistance as specified.
Check if the flue gas and air supply system is installed according a good installation practice by a skilled installer.
Check all seals in the flue gas and air supply system.
Cause: External factors.
Corrective action:
Check if there were extreme weather/wind conditions when the fault occurred.
Check if the boiler room pressure is equal to the pressure at the position of the flue gas
outlet. (When combustion air is drawn from the boiler room).
Display message
F1
F l o w
h i g h
T e m p
p u m p
o n
9 9 9 , 5
h
Reason
Max. flow temperature exceeds limitation (lock-out) value.
Cause: The water flow is restricted.
Corrective action:
Check functioning of the pump.
Check/open all valves that might restrict the water flow through the unit.
Check for an external system pump that influences flow through the unit.
Check if the system resistance exceeds the spare capacity of the unit pump.
F
Display message
F16
l
o w R e
p u m p
t
o n
u
r
n
d
r
t
f
a u
l
t
9 9 9
,
5
h
r
Reason:
Temperature difference between flow and return exceeds limitation value, or 'Heatexchang at Risk' has occurred 3 times.
Cause: The water flow through the unit is too low.
Corrective Action:
Check functioning of the pump.
Check/open all valves that might restrict the water flow through the unit.
Check for an external system pump that influences the flow through the unit.
Check if the system resistance exceeds the spare capacity of the unit pump.
Make sure the heat exchanger is clean. Heat exchanger fouling (partly blockage) will increase the resistance causing the water flow to drop.
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s
s
Display message
F0
F l o w
s e n s o
p u m p
o n
Flow sensor is not detected.
r
e r
9 9 9
r
,
o
5
r
F l u e
s e n s o r
e r r
p u m p
o n
9 9 9 ,
Flue sensor is not detected by the boiler PCB.
o
5
r
h
r
s
h
r
s
o o
h i g h
9 9 9 , 5
h
r
s
Reason
Cause:
Bad wiring/connection in the flow sensor circuit.
Corrective action:
Check for loose wiring/connections in the flow sensor circuit.
Cause:
Bad temperature sensor causing a fault signal.
Corrective action:
Replace flow sensor.
Display message
F6
Reason
Cause:
Bad wiring/connection in the flue gas sensor circuit.
Corrective action:
Check for loose wiring/connections in the flue gas sensor circuit.
Cause:
Bad temperature sensor causing a fault signal.
Corrective action:
Replace flue gas sensor.
Display message
F7
F l u e
p u m p
Reason
Flue gas temp. exceeded 3 times limitation value within a certain
period.
t e m p
o n
t
Cause:
Heat exchanger polluted and not able to transfer enough heat to system water.
Corrective action:
Check and clean heat exchanger.
Cause:
Bad flue gas sensor or sensor connection (partly shorted).
Corrective action:
The sensor is of the type NTC. This means if the temperature rises the resistance lowers.
A partly shorted sensor will drop its resistance and therefore 'measure' a raise in temperature when actually there is none.
Check for moist in the sensor connections or replace sensor.
Cause:
There is no water in the unit while firing.
Corrective action:
This is an unlikely situation while all the safeties for checking the water presence didn't
detect anything. Only a lot of air in the system/unit (under pressure) can cause the water
pressure switch to switch while no water is present. Also the water leak detection
did not react. Bleed all air from the unit so the heat from combustion can be transferred to
the water and won't leave through the flue system.
Cause:
Heat exchanger failure.
Corrective action:
This is an unlikely situation but when there is severe damage to the heat exchanger, the
combustion product will not be able to transfer all heat to the system water. The heat that
is not transferred will convert to an increased flue gas temperature.
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Display message
F13
P a r a m / H a
p u m p
o n
r
d w
f a u l
9 9 9 , 5
t
h
r
s
Reason
Failure during programming of the parameters.
Cause:
Programming of the parameters NOT successfully completed.
Corrective action:
Unit is not in stand-by mode (fan must not run during programming).
Check programming wire and connections and try again.
Check if the software complies with the PCB.
Replace the programming wire.
Replace the display PCB.
Display message
F12
p r o g r a m m i n g
e n d
p u m p
o n
9 9 9 , 5
h
Programming of the parameters completed successfully.
Display message
F1
R e t u r n
h i g h
T e m p
p u m p
o n
9 9 9 , 5
Maximum return temperature exceeds limit value.
Display message
F3
R e t u r n
s e n s o r
e r
p u m p
o n
9 9 9 , 5
Return sensor is not detected by the boiler PCB.
r s
Reason
Cause:
Programming of the parameters completed successfully.
Corrective action:
This message occurs to confirm the end of programming. Pressing RESET will return the
unit in normal operating status.
h r
Reason
Cause:
Systems that pre-heats the boiler return temperature too much/high.
Corrective action:
Reduce pre-heat temperature of external heat source.
Cause:
The need for heat in the system suddenly drops causing hot return water to the boiler.
Corrective action:
Dampen external heating system control to prevent sudden boiler temperature rise.
r
s
o
h
r
r
s
h
r
s
Reason
Cause:
Bad wiring/connection in the return sensor circuit.
Corrective action:
Check for loose wiring/connections in the return sensor circuit.
Cause:
Bad temperature sensor causing a fault signal.
Corrective action:
Replace return sensor.
Display message
F17
W a t e r
h i g h
l i m i
p u m p
o n
9 9 9 ,
Maximum thermostat exceeds limitation value.
t
5
Reason
Cause:
The water flow is restricted.
Corrective action:
Check functioning of the pump.
Check/open all valves that might restrict the water flow through the unit.
Check for an external system pump that influences the flow through the unit.
Check if the system resistance exceeds the spare capacity of the unit pump.
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16.2.
Blocking codes
The display is not blinking, but is lightened up during the blocking period.
The boiler is blocking an action, because of an extraordinary situation. This action will be
continued after stabilisation of this situation.
Display message
A n
Display message
C a s c a d e
t
i
c y c
l
e
i m e
9 9 9 , 5
h r s
Reason
The controller received a new heat demand too fast after the last
ended demand.
Cause: Immediately opening and closing of the external thermostat
Corrective action:
Controlled water flow cools down too quickly after loss of heat demand.
Controlled water flow heats up too quickly after start of heat demand.
Immediately opening and closing of the external thermostat. Check switching differential
of the ON/OFF thermostat.
Controller settings need to be changed. Be aware that the standard settings work fine for
all common systems. When anti-cycling is active, because of immediate heating or cooling of the controlled water flow/temperature, it concerns an unconventional system.
B
t
l
o c k
9 9 9 , 5
h
Connection failure with one of the boilers of the cascade.
r s
Reason
Cause:
The unit is programmed in such a way that none of the boilers in a cascade will fire, if one
has a lock-out. One unit has a lock-out and therefore the whole cascade is blocked.
Corrective action: Troubleshoot the fault of the unit in lock-out.
Display message
D e a
i
r
a
t
i
o n
9 9 9
,
5
h
r
s
Reason
The boiler starts it deairation function.
Cause: Automatic function starts after boiler is powered or/and parameter P4AJ is set.
Corrective action:
No corrective action needed, boiler will return to normal operation after deairation cycles.
Display message
d T
B
l
o c k
9 9 9 , 5
h r s
Temperature difference between flow and return has exceeded
the blocking value, but not the lock out value.
Cause: The water flow through the unit is too low.
Corrective action:
Check functioning of the pump.
Check/open all valves that might restrict the water flow through the unit.
Check for an external system pump that influences the flow through the unit.
Check if the system resistance exceeds the spare capacity of the unit pump.
Make sure the heat exchanger is clean. Heat exchanger fouling (partly blockage) will increase the resistance causing the water flow to drop.
Reason
Display message
F
l
o w
t
e m p
h
i g h
9 9 9 , 5
h r s
Reason
Flow temperature has exceeded the blocking temperature, but it
has not exceeded the lock-out value.
Cause: The water flow is restricted.
Corrective action:
Check functioning of the pump.
Check/open all valves that might restrict the water flow through the unit.
Check for an external system pump that influences the flow through the unit.
Check if the system resistance exceeds the spare capacity of the unit pump.
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Display message
F
l
u e
t
e m p
h
i g h
9 9 9
Flue gas temperature has exceeded the limit.
, 5
h r s
Reason
Cause:
Heat exchanger polluted and not able to transfer enough heat to the system water.
Corrective action:
Check and clean heat exchanger.
Cause:
Bad flue gas sensor or sensor connection (partly shorted.)
Corrective action:
The sensor is of the type NTC. This means when the temperature rises, its resistance decreases. A partly shorted sensor will drop its resistance and therefore ‘measure’ a raise in
temperature when actually there is none.
Check for moist in the sensor connections or replace the sensor.
Cause:
There is no water in the unit while firing.
Corrective action:
This is an unlikely situation while all the safeties for checking the water presence didn't
detect anything. Only a lot of air in the system/unit (under pressure) can cause the water
pressure switch to switch while no water is present. Also the water leak detection did not
react. Bleed all air from the unit so the heat from combustion can be transferred to the
water and won't leave through the flue system.
Cause:
Heat exchanger failure.
Corrective action:
This is an unlikely situation but when there is severe damage to the heat exchanger, the
combustion product will not be able to transfer all heat to the system water. The heat that
is not transferred will convert to an increased flue gas temperature.
Display message
G e n
Reason
General blocking circuit is activated during operation (general
blocking contacts 7-8).
B
l
o c k
9 9 9
,
5
h
r
s
Cause:
The circuit connected to the general blocking terminals is not closed.
Corrective action:
Check all external components that are connected to the general blocking terminals and
check why the contact is not closing during heat demand.
Cause: If used in combination with flow switch:
The water flow through the unit is too low.
Corrective action:
Check functioning of the pump and the flow switch.
Check/open all valves that might restrict the water flow through the unit.
Check for an external system pump that influences flow through the unit.
Check if the system resistance exceeds the spare capacity of the unit pump.
Make sure the heat exchanger is clean. Heat exchanger fouling (partly blockage) will increase the resistance causing the water flow to drop.
Display message
L i n e
f a u
p u m p
o n
Bad power supply
l
t
9 9 9
,
5
Reason
Cause:
The supplied power does not comply with the specifications.
Corrective action:
Check if the power supply is connected correctly to the unit.
Check the voltage and frequency. (Should be Life Neutral, Gnd > 230Vac/50Hz).
Make sure there is no signal fail or voltage peaks in the power supply.
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h
r
s
Display message
O u
t
d o o
r
s e n s o r
9 9 9
No outdoor sensor detected.
f a i
5
h
l
r
,
s
Reason
Cause:
The unit is programmed to check if an outdoor sensor is present and does not detect an
outdoor sensor.
Corrective action:
Check for loose wiring/connections in the outdoor sensor circuit.
Check the state of the outdoor sensor and replace it if necessary.
Display message
R e
t
u
Display message
T 2
-
T 1
r
n
h i g h
9 9 9 , 5
h r s
Reason
Return temperature has exceeded the blocking temperature, but it
has not exceeded the lock-out value.
Cause: Systems that pre-heats the boiler return temperature too much/high.
Corrective action:
Reduce pre-heat temperature of external heat source.
Cause:
The need for heat in the system suddenly drops causing hot return water to the boiler.
Corrective action:
Dampen external heating system control to prevent sudden boiler temperature rise.
h
t
e m p
i
g h
9 9 9 , 5
h r s
Difference between T2 and T1 has exceeded the blocking value
Reason
which has been set in the parameters. (return temp higher than
flow)
Cause: The water flow through the unit is too low.
Corrective action:
Check functioning of the pump.
Check/open all valves that might restrict the water flow through the unit
Check for an external system pump that influences flow through the unit
Check if the system resistance exceeds the spare capacity of the unit pump.
Make sure that the heat exchanger is clean. Heat exchanger fouling (partly blockage) will
increase the resistance causing the water flow to drop.
Display message
W a
t
e
r
p
r
e s s u
r e
9 9 9
f
,
a u l
5
h
t
r
s
Reason
Water pressure is too low or high.
Cause:
The water pressure in the system is too high.
Corrective action:
Check if the system pressure is too high after (re)filling.
Make sure that there is a pressure relief valve and expansion vessel installed in the system, according to the applicable standards.
Check if there is an open connection between the unit and the relief valve plus expansion
vessel.
Be aware that if the unit is installed in the basement of a tall building, only the static pressure of the water column above the units can raise above the maximum allowable limits.
Make sure that this is not the case.
Cause:
The water pressure in the system is too low.
Corrective action:
Check if there is no leakage in the system that causes the pressure to drop. Fix any leakage and fill the system.
Check if there is an external system pump that sucks water through the boiler, causing an
under pressure. (bad installation design).
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16.3.
Maintenance reminder function
The display shows alternating the base screen and this message, while backlight is blinking.
The boiler is operating, but will count the exceeding hours.
A parameter must be changed, after service, to remove this message.
Display message
Reason
Display message
Reason
Display message
Reason
Display message
Reason
N e e d s
M a i n t e n a n
0 . 0
I g n i t i o n
c y c l e s
h r s
Maintenance option of total number of ignition cycles has been
reached.
N e e d s
M a i n t e n a n
D a t e
Maintenance option of the date has been reached.
h
0 . 0
r s
N e e d s
M a i n t e n a n
0 . 0
B u r n i n g
h o u r s
h r s
Maintenance option of total amount of burning hours has been
reached.
N e e d s
M a i n t e n a n
0 . 0
A l l
h r s
One of all selected maintenance options has been reached.
This message function is standard not activated, but can be activated/set by a trained engineer. This function does not overrule
the need for annual maintenance. The end user is always responsible for arranging annual maintenance.
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17. MAINTENANCE
17.1.
General
For a good, safe and long-time operation of the boiler it is advised to carry out maintenance and service on the
boiler.
Maintenance and inspection of the boiler should be carried out at the following occasions:
 When a number of similar error codes and/or lock-outs occur.
 At least every twelve months, maintenance must be done to ensure safe and efficient operation.
Damage caused by lack of maintenance will not be covered under warranty.
MAINTENANCE REMINDER FUNCTION.
 See previous page.
BE AWARE: This function is standard turned off. We offer this programmable function to the installer to use as a
reminder. Because it concerns a free programmable function the use of it cannot be used as an argument in
warranty cases. Our units must be maintained every twelve months whatever the settings/working of this function.
It is and remains the responsibly of the end user to have the unit maintained every twelve months.
For more information about the maintenance mode see §10.14. : ‘Setting the maintenance specifications’, page
67.
Service intervals
The normal service frequency for the boiler is once a year. Every year the boiler should be cleaned and checked,
according to the maintenance procedures. If there is doubt whether the boiler is operating with the correct water
and/or combustion air quality, it is advised that a first check is already executed after six months. This check serves
to determine the frequency of the future services. The maximum interval between two services is a year.
INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE MUST BE EXECUTED FOR A SAFE AND EFFICIENT OPERATION OF THE BOILER.
17.2.
Annual inspection & maintenance
Inspection, maintenance and the replacement of boiler parts should only be done by a skilled service engineer.
Apart from the maintenance proceedings it is advised to have a log chart for every boiler that describes the following
aspects:
 Serial number
 Date and time of maintenance
 Name of maintenance engineer
 Which parts were exchanged during maintenance
 Which settings (software) were changed during maintenance
 Special remarks / findings
 Future aspects that need extra attention
 Additional aspects: measurement reports, complaints by the (end)-user, lock-out codes, etc.
During maintenance the following parts and aspects of the boiler should be checked and inspected.
NOTICE: Before starting to work on the boiler:
 Switch off the electrical power to the boiler (service switch and/or unplug boiler)
 Close the gas valve to block gas supply to the boiler
Customer comments
Comments and remarks from the customer should be analysed and used to find possible causes for any occurring
problems and complaints.
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Service history
The operational and fault history (total amount and since the last service) of the boiler can be retrieved with the
help of a computer, correct software and an interface cable. This information can be used to specify the maintenance and service proceedings in relation to the boiler (parts).
Water leakage
The water pressure of the heating installation should be more than 1.0 bar and at a maximum of 4.0 bar. When the
water pressure drops below the minimum occasionally, there might be a water leak. Check the boiler and the
complete heating installation for any water leakages and have these repaired.
Flue gas & air supply
The flue gas and air supply pipes must be checked for gas tightness. Also check if the mounting of these pipes is
correct, safe and not damaged. Check the top panel of the boiler housing for signs of water leakage and traces of
water coming from the air supply pipe, the air vent or any condensate coming from the flue gas pipes.
The flue gas outlet has been provided with a flexible adaptive restriction, which should be checked
annually. If necessary, remove contamination or other possible failure causes. If there is any doubt of
the good state or correct functioning of the adaptive restriction, it must be replaced.
Gas supply & safeties
The gas pipes must be checked for gas tightness. Also check if the mounting of these pipes is correct. safe and
not damaged. Any built-in safeties should be checked for a correct functioning.
Remove complete burner unit
The complete burner unit consists of the fan, the burner plate and the internal burner.
To remove this part, loosen and remove the six nuts on the burner door and disconnect the ignition cable and
ground wire connector. When the inlet venturi and the cables connected to the fan are disconnected, one can pull
the burner door assembly outwards about 5-6 cm.
While keeping the burner in the heat exchanger one can turn the whole unit clockwise until the black fan motor
cover touches the foam on the inside of the left side panel.
Gently press the black fan cover in the foam, creating just enough clearance for the bottom of the fan housing to
slide just over the connection terminals.
If this clearance is ensured, one can pull the whole burner door assembly outwards and thereby remove it from the
boiler.
NOTICE: To make removal more easy, one can loosen and remove the three mounting screws in the bottom half
of the left panel. Two screws are situated on the bottom of the boiler, on the ridge of the left side panel,
and one is situated in the display console in front, at the front ridge of the left side panel. After this one
can bend the bottom of the left side panel outwards while the panel is still fixed with the two-side panel
mounting screws on top. This will create more clearance for the removal of the burner door assembly.
NOTICE: When handling the burner door assembly during removal, mounting and maintenance, be sure that the
insulation of the burner door is not damaged.
Burner
Check the burner surface to see if it has damages. signs of rust and/or is cracked. When the burner surface is
damaged, the burner must be replaced. The burner can be cleaned by using a soft (non-metallic) brush. The dust
can be removed with a vacuum cleaner or pressurized air.
Ignition / ionisation electrode
When the complete burner is removed, it is very easy to check the ignition electrode. First check if the distances
between the electrodes and between the electrode and the burner are according to the graph below. When these
are not correct, try to bend the electrodes in the right position. Notice: the electrodes undergo high temperatures;
therefore the electrodes become hard and are difficult to bend. While bending used electrodes, they might break
or burst. Check the electrode, after bending, for any tear/crack and signs of rust. When they are burst/cracked or
rusty, replace the electrode. Also replace the electrode when there is a crack in the ceramic insulation of the
electrode. When the electrode is going to be replaced also the gasket should be renewed.
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3.5 mm / 0.14 inch
D = 8 - 10 mm
D = 0.315 - 0.393 inch
D
Point of view in next picture 
Burner door gaskets
When these gaskets have changed colours at some parts, the rubber has cured and/or has damages, these gaskets must be replaced. Notice: only use the gaskets that are supplied by the boiler Lochinvar.
Fan
When the fan blades are polluted and dirty, carefully clean the blades with a soft brush. Notice: do not use too
much force on the blades or else the fan might be out of balance and run irregularly, causing noises and fan
failures. Check the fan also for any water damages. In doubt always replace the fan of the boiler.
Insulation
The insulation of the heat exchanger (located on the rear wall inside the heat exchanger and burner door) must be
inspected. If this insulation disk shows any signs of (water) damage or degradation it should be exchanged. Also
check if there are any indications in the burner room of a high condensate level (caused by a blocked siphon) that
might have wetted the rear wall insulation. When this has happened the rear wall insulation should also be replaced.
Only use the insulation disk that is supplied by the boiler Lochinvar.
The same procedure must be applied on the insulation and gaskets fitted on the burner door.
Siphon
The siphon must be checked at least once a year. Disassemble the siphon and clean every part of it. Check the
functioning of the siphon by filling it with water. Then blow into the top condensate inlet and gently increase the
pressure. At some point water starts coming out of the siphon outlet. During this the float/ball should gradually drop
into its seat. By doing this, the ball then should close the outlet (almost) completely.
Heat exchanger and burner room
After the removal of the complete burner unit check if there is any debris and dirt in the heat exchanger. The coils
of the heat exchanger can be cleaned by using a non-metallic brush. After this the dirt and dust can be removed
with a vacuum cleaner and by flushing the burner room with water. Don’t forget afterwards to clean the siphon
once again.
Cleaning the burner room with acid or alkali products is prohibited.
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Gas/air ratio
With every service check and/or maintenance of the boiler always check the gas/air ratio by measuring the CO 2
percentage (flue gas) at the maximum and minimum load of the boiler. If necessary, adjust these values. See for
information chapter 15 “Adjusting and setting the burner”.
Pump
Check the electrical parts and the motor of the pump for a correct functioning. The pump must generate a sufficient
water flow over the (heat exchanger of) the boiler. When the pump produces noise, is operational for more than
five years or has signs of water leakage it is recommended to replace the pump as a precaution.
When defects and abnormalities are found by the service engineer during service and maintenance and
these are not repairable, this information should be reported to the owner/end-user of the installation.
Also the owner/end-user should be advised how to fix these defects and these defects should be reported
in the service report / log file of the boiler.
During service and maintenance the gas, supply air, flue gas and condensate connection are disconnected, checked and replaced. Make sure that all these components are mounted correctly before commissioning the boiler again.
Reassembling the burner door correctly onto the heat
exchanger:
IMPORTANT:
Before mounting the burner door, make sure that its gaskets and insulation are in excellent shape.
If any signs of damage or ageing are present, these parts
must be replaced.
- tighten in given order
- torque value = 8 Nm
The burner door unit must be reassembled to the heat exchanger just in the reverse way of its disassembling, as described earlier in this section, on page 113.
Carry out the final mounting of the burner door by following
the next steps:
- Place the burner door with its holes over the six threaded
studs.
Careful! When handling too rough or misplacing the holes
over the threaded studs, the burner door insulation
and/or gaskets can be damaged.
Assure yourself that the door is well positioned with respect to the threaded studs, before pushing it onto the
exchanger.
- Now keep the burner door firmly in place by pushing the
gas/air nose with one hand at the middle at point A.
- Then turn-tighten the flange nuts with the other hand as
far as possible onto the threaded studs.
Now the burner door is in place and the nuts can be tightened with a torque key.
- Tighten the nuts in the order given in the picture
below
- The specified torque value for tightening the burner
door flange nuts is 8 Nm
18. USER INSTRUCTIONS
After installing and commissioning the boiler, demonstrate the operation of the entire central heating system to the
end-user. The user should be made familiar with all safety precautions of the boiler and the installation. The user
should be instructed that service and maintenance of the boiler is required every 12 months. Regular service and
maintenance is essential for a safe and proper operation of the boiler. Hand over the documents that are supplied
with the boiler.
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19. INSTALLATION EXAMPLES
The following schematics present several ways of mounting the heating installation.
All schematics are purely functional. Safety components must be added conform all applicable
standards and regulations.
System type 1
System 1
Name
Wire terminal
P1
Boiler pump
30-31-32
P3
Optional heating pump
23-24-25
RT
Modulating room unit
with timer
11-12
No parameter change needed
A
= boiler
= heating zone
System type 2
System 2
Name
Wire terminal
P1
Boiler pump
30-31-32
P3
Optional heating pump
23-24-25
Place bridge
11-12
Outdoor temperature
sensor
1-2
OS
No parameter change required
A
= boiler
= heating zone
System type 3
System 3
Name
Wire terminal
P1
Boiler pump
30-31-32
P3
Optional heating pump
23-24-25
RT
OS
Modulating room unit
with timer
Outdoor temperature
sensor
11-12
1-2
No parameter change required
A
= boiler
= heating zone
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System type 4
System 4
Name
Wire terminal
P1
Boiler pump
30-31-32
P3
Optional heating pump
23-24-25
RT
Modulating room unit
with timer
11-12
T
Calorifier
Calorifier thermostat
or tank sensor
Outdoor temperature
Sensor
Diverter valve
(3-way-valve)
ST
OS
DV
5-6
1-2
26-27-28-29
Parameter change required
A
= boiler
= heating zone
System type 5
System 5
Name
Wire terminal
P1
Boiler pump
30-31-32
P3
Optional heating pump
23-24-25
RT
Modulating room unit
with timer
11-12
T
Calorifier tank
ST
Calorifier thermostat
or tank sensor
5-6
P2
DHW primary pump
27-28-29
OS
Outdoor temperature
sensor
1-2
SNV
Non-return valve
Parameter change required
A
= boiler
= heating zone
System type 6
System 6
Name
P1
Boiler pump
30-31-32
P3
Optional heating pump
23-24-25
RT
Modulating room unit with
timer
11-12
3-4
FS
Flow temperature sensor
OH
Low loss header
OS
Outdoor temperature sensor
No parameter change required
A
= boiler
= heating zone
118
Wire terminal
1-2
System type 7
System 7
Name
Wire terminal
P1
Boiler pump
30-31-32
P3
Optional heating pump
23-24-25
RT
Modulating room unit
with timer
11-12
T
Calorifier tank
ST
Calorifier thermostat
or tank sensor
OH
Low Loss Header
FS
DV
OS
5-6
Flow temperature sensor
Diverter valve
(3-way-valve)
Outdoor temperature
sensor
3-4
26-27-28-29
1-2
Parameter change required
A
= boiler
= heating zone
System type 8
System 8
Name
Wire terminal
P1
Boiler pump
30-31-32
P3
Optional heating pump
23-24-25
RT
Modulating room unit
with timer
11-12
T
Calorifier
P2
DHW primary pump
27-28-29
ST
Calorifier thermostat
or tank sensor
5-6
OH
Low loss header
FS
Flow temperature sensor
SNV
OS
Non-return valve
(low resistance type)
Outdoor temperature
sensor
3-4
1-2
Parameter change required
A
= boiler
= heating zone
119
System type 9
System 9
P1
P3
RT
P2
T
Name
Wire terminal
Boiler pump
30-31-32
Optional heating
pump
Modulating room unit
with timer
DHW primary pump
Calorifier thermostat
or tank sensor
OH
Low loss header
SNV
OS
11-12
27-28-29
Calorifier tank
ST
FS
23-24-25
Flow temperature
sensor
Non-return valve
(low resistance type)
Outdoor temperature
sensor
5-6
3-4
1-2
Parameter change required.
A
= boiler
= heating zone
System type 10
System 10
Name
P1
Boiler pump
30-31-32
P3
Optional heating pump
23-24-25
RT
Modulating room unit with timer
11-12
SNV
Non-return valve (low resistance type)
OH
Low loss header
FS
Flow temperature sensor
3-4
OS
Outdoor temperature sensor
1-2
Parameter change required
120
Wire terminal
A
B1
B2
B3
= boiler master
= boiler slave1
= boiler slave2
= boiler slave3
= heating zone
System type 11
System 11
Name
Wire terminal
P1
Boiler pump
30-31-32
P3
Optional heating pump
23-24-25
RT
Modulating room unit with timer
11-12
SNV
Non-return valve (low resistance type)
P2
DHW primary pump
T
Calorifier tank
27-28-29
ST
Calorifier thermostat or sensor
5-6
OH
Low loss header
FS
Flow temperature sensor
3-4
OS
Outdoor temperature sensor
1-2
Parameter change required.
A
B1
B2
B3
= boiler master
= boiler slave1
= boiler slave2
= boiler slave3
= heating zone
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20. CPM SP116 SPARE PARTS
20.1.
122
Spare parts exploded view
123
Item No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
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Part Number.
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Description
SIDE PANEL LEFT CP-M-SP116
FRONT PANEL WITH INSULATION.
IGNITION CABLE 60-180 KW BIC
ELECTRODE SET
GASKET BURNER DOOR - HEAT EXCHANGER
INSULATION BURNER DOOR
REPLACEMENT KIT BURNER DOOR (INCLUDING THERMOSTAT OF POS.9)
NUT WITH FLANGE M6
HIGH LIMIT THERMOSTAT 260°C
BURNER 10+6
GASKET BURNER & GAS/AIR INLET PIPE
SCREW M5X14
GAS-AIR MIXING PIPE CP-M-SP116
GASKET GAS/AIR INLET PIPE & FAN 58MM
FAN RG 148
DISTANCE RING VENTURI
VENTURI ASSY CP-M-SP116
GAS VALVE ASSY B+J COILS
O-RING 33X2 NBR
INSULATION BURNER ROOM 16 MM
FUSE 5 AT (10 PCS)
BOILER CONTROL CPM SP116.
DISPLAY BIC INCL. CABLE
RUBBER PLUG Ø15
PROTECTIVE COVER CPM SP116 ENG
HEAT EXCHANGER A120 (10+6)
NTC FLUE GAS SENSOR ¼"
GASKET BOTTOM PLATE FLOW/RETURN CPM SP116
PRESSURE TRANSMITTER 4 BAR
GASKET Ø16 X Ø9 X 2MM EPDM, 65° SHORE A
FLOW PIPE ASSY CPM SP116
SPRING COUPLING
O-RING Ø33,50 X 4,00
RETURN PIPE ASSY CPM SP116
LIP SEAL Ø 100 MM. AIR INLET
NTC FLUE GAS SENSOR 1/8"
HIGH LIMIT THERMOSTAT 100°C
SEAL RING 100 MM.
FLUE GAS CHECK VALVE ASSY Ø100MM
ADAPTOR Ø100 MM WITH CHECK VALVE
SILICON GASKET 100-120/EVO399
SEAL RING 3"
WALL BRACKET
AUTOMATIC AIR VENT
TUBE GLAND Ø38 MM
REAR WALL HIGH TEMP. LIMIT SWITCH.
HOSE CLAMP DW-13
PVC HOSE Ø 21 X 15 L=340 MM.
GASKET SIPHON / BOTTOM PLATE
CONDENSATE DRAIN ASSEMBLY
SIDE PANEL RIGHT CP-M-SP116
CONDENSATE DRAIN HOSE 750 MM
GASKET BOTTOM PLATE GAS PIPE
PG-9 SWIVEL + CABLE GLAND 8MM
PLUG Ø 16,5 MM. TRANSPARENT
21. INDEX
0-10 Vdc remote burner input control, 85
0-10 Vdc remote flow temperature
set point, 84
3-way valve (diverter valve), 7, 44,
86
accessories, 12
accessories and unpacking, 12
adjusting and setting the burner,
96
air separator, 20 ff.
air supply, 13, 24
air venting, 18, 19
anti-Legionnaires’ disease (pasteurisation) function, 89
article numbers, 12
automatic air vent, 19
automatic water filling systems, 19
blocking, 17, 44, 78, 83, 93, 104,
113
boiler connections, 15
boiler room, 13
bypass, 17
C63 boilers, 26
checking the fault history, 66
checking the operating history, 65
cleaning of the burner, 113
closed boiler, 13, 24
combustion air quality, 27
commissioning the boiler, 90
connections electric, 44 ff.
connections gases miscellaneous,
24 ff.
connections water miscellaneous,
14 ff.
control panel / display unit, 49
control panel menu structure, 50
controlling behaviour settings, 83
controlling options and settings,
81
dimensions, 11
dirt filter, 20 ff.
dirt separator, 20 ff.
display during operation, 52
diverter valve (3-way valve), 7, 44,
86
e-bus interface, 12
efficiency, 7
electrical connections, 44
electrical installation, 44
electrical schematics, 46
expansion vessel, 17
extra boiler control, 81
fan, 13, 55, 81, 102, 113
fault checking, 66, 78
fault codes display, 78
fault codes. blocking codes, 104
firing for the first time, 95
flue gas and air supply examples,
29
flue gas and air supply systems,
24
flushing with clean water, 20
frame, 14
frost protection, 17
gas conversion, 102
gas valve, 12, 91, ff, 102, 113
hanging level, 14
heat exchanger, 7, 87 ff, 113
heating, 81 ff.
heating and hot water switching at
sudden temperature drop, 88
heating and hot water switching
time, 88
hydraulic graphs, 22
hysteresis, 83
printed circuit board, 46
pump, 17
pump and 3-way valve control, 86
putting the boiler out of operation,
102
quality of combustion air, 27
quality of used water, 18
reset, 78
roof mounted duct, 27
room thermostat on/off, 84
room thermostat open therm, 84
legionnaires' disease, 58, 89
low loss header, 17, 20, 93
low/high flow temperature to tank
coil, 87
low-water level protection, 13
safety guidelines, 6
pressure safety valve, 93
schornsteinfeger function, 48
sensor, 12, 17, 19, 44, 61, 83, 86,
117 ff.
sensor values, 44
service function, 55
set points, 57
setting at the maximum load, 92
setting at the minimum load, 92
setting the maintenance specifications, 67
setting the outdoor specifications,
61
setting the parameters with the
display menu, 71
setting the time & date, 56
setting the timer programs, 58
setting the user lock, 70
siphon, 15, 95, 113
starting the boiler, 95
stationing the boiler, 14
status, 52
maintenance, 113
master, 7, 61
max cooling time, 81
modulation, 12, 117 ff.
monitor screens, 52
tank sensor, 86
tank thermostat, 86
technical data SB boilers, 7
temperature display on/off, 81
timer contact function, 85
night shift, 61, 85
non-return valve, 117 ff.
under floor heating, 20
unpacking, 13
user instructions, 116
user manual, 7, 13
ignition, 113
indirect hot water / calorifier, 86
inspection & maintenance, 113
installation examples, 20, 117 ff.
installation of the CPM SP116, 13
installing a strainer and/or dirt separator, 18
introduction, 7
offset, 83
outdoor graph, 61
outdoor sensor (outdoor temperature), 12, 44, 44, 61
outdoor temperature control, 61
oxygen, 18 ff.
oxygen diffusion proof, 93
oxygen tight, 93
password, 71
plastic piping in the heating system, 19
positioning the boiler, 14
power (supply), 7, 17, 44, 93
pressure relief valve, 17
ventilate, 6, 13
venting, 6, 13, 18, 19, 113
wall mounted duct, 14, 20
water pressure, 19
water pressure switch, 44, 93
water quality, 18
water side connections, 14
water treatment, 19
weather dependent control, 61, 84
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NOTES