OWNER’S & INSTALLATION MANUAL
Unit for Air to Water Heat Pump System
M-Thermal
Thank you very much for purchasing our product,
Before using your unit , please read this manual carefully and keep it for future reference.
CHAPTERS
PAGE
INDOOR UNIT FOR AIR TO WATER
HEAT PUMP SYSTEM(M-THERMAL).................................................1~20
AIR TO WATER HEAT PUMP SYSTEM(M-THERMAL)
WIRE CONTROLLER....................................................................... 21~33
SOLAR KIT FOR AIR TO WATER HEAT
PUMP SYSTEM(M-THERMAL)......................................................... 34~43
SANITARY HOT WATER TANK FOR AIR TO WATER HEAT
PUMP SYSTEM(M-THERMAL)......................................................... 44~50
CHAPTER 1
INDOOR UNIT FOR AIR TO WATER
HEAT PUMP SYSTEM(M-THERMAL)
IMPORTANT
These installation instructions are an integral part of the product and must be given to the installer
and kept by the user.
The warnings and indications contained in the present handbook must be carefully read and understood as they provide important information relative to handling and operating safety. This handbook must therefore always be kept available for later consultation.
Installation must be carried out in compliance with valid regulations and the manufacturer’s instructions by a qualified professional.
An installation error could result in physical injury to persons or animals as well as mechanical
damage for which the manufacturer may under no circumstances be held responsible.
After having unpacked the heat pump, the content should be checked for possible damage.
Before connecting the heat pump, ensure that the data is compatible with the true installation conditions and does not exceed the maximum authorised limits for the product in question.
Before beginning any installation, handling or repair work on the heat pump, always isolate the
electrical power supply to the unit.
In the case of a fault and/or operating error on the heat pump, the electrical power supply must be
isolated and no attempt should be made to repair the fault.
Repair work may only be carried out by an authorised technical assistance service using original
spare parts only. Non-respect of the aforementioned clauses may have a negative influence on the
operating safety of the heat pump.
To guarantee the efficiency and correct operation of the heat pump, it is important to ensure it is
regularly maintained in compliance with the instructions.
In the case where a heat pump is sold or transferred to another user, always ensure that all technical documentation is sent with the equipment to be used by the new user or installer.
This heat pump may only be used for the purpose for which it was designed: to heat a swimming
pool; all other uses must be considered inappropriate, incorrect or even dangerous.
This heat pump may only be used for the purpose for which it was designed to space heating or
cooling, under floor heating, sanitary water heating, all other used must be considered inappropriate, incorrect or even dangerous.
This unit should be installed in a water proof place, or the safety of the unit and the operator cannot
be ensured.
If the indoor unit is not running for 24 hours, the pump in the indoor unit will turn on and run for 3
minutes to preventing pump from blocking.
Equipment complying with IEC 61000-3-12.
The appliance shall not be installed in the laundry.
CONTENTS
PAGE
PRECAUTIONS ....................................................................................... 1
WARNING
INTRODUCTION ................................................................................... 2
ACCESSORIES ...................................................................................... 2
The water heating unit must be earthed effectively.
TYPICAL APPLICATION EXAMPLES...................................................... 2
A creepage breaker must be installed near the power
supply
OVERVIEW OF THE INDOOR UNIT......................................................... 4
INSTALLATION OF THE INDOOR UNIT.................................................... 7
Do not tear off the labels on the units for the purpose of
warning or reminding.
START-UP AND CONFIGURATION......................................................... 13
WATER CIRCUIT AIR PURGE FUNCTION............................................... 13
WARNING
PRE-OPERATION CHECKS..................................................................... 13
FIELD SETTINGS .................................................................................. 14
FINAL CHECK........................................................................................ 18
MAINTENANCE..................................................................................... 18
ERROR CODE........................................................................................ 18
SPECIFICATIONS................................................................................... 19
Ask the professional installer for installation of the air source
heat pump water heating unitsˈimproper installation may
result in water leakage, electric shock, or fire.
Ask the professional service person for the repair and
maintenance.Improper repair and maintenance may result in
water leakage, electric shock or fire.
In order to avoid electric shock,fire or injury,if any abnormality
is detected,such as smell of fire,turn off the power supply and
call your service agent for instructions.
Never use the wire and fuse with wrong rated current.Use of
wrong wire or fuse may cause the unit to break down or a fire.
Do not insert fingers, rods or other objects into the air inlet or
outlet.When the fan is rotating at high speed, it will cause injury.
Never use a flammable spray such as hair spray, lacquer paint
near the unit.It may cause a fire.
Never touch the air outlet or the horizontal blades while the
swing flap is in operation.Fingers may become caught or the
unit may break down.
Never put any objects into the air inlet or outlet.
Objects touching the fan of high speed can be dangerous.
Do not dispose this product as unsorted municipal
waste.Collection of such waste separately for special
treatment is necessary.
The appliance shall be installed in accordance national wiring
regulations.
The appliance should not be used by children without supervision.
1. PRECAUTIONS
To prevent injury to the user or other people and property
damage, the following instructions must be followed.
The safety precautions listed here are divided into two categories.
In either case, important safety instructions are listed to which
close attention must be paid.
WARNING
Failure to observe a warning may result in death or serious
Injury.
CAUTION
Failure to observe a caution may result in injury or damage
to the equipment.
I&O Manual
1
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the
manufacturer or its service agent or a similarly qualified person
in order to avoid a hazard.
An all-pole disconnection device which has at least 3mm
separation distance in all pole and a residual current
device(RCD)with the rating of above 10mA shall be incorporated in the fixed wiring according to the national rule.
DISPOSALDo not dispose this product as unsorted municipal
waste. Collection of such waste separately for special
treatment is necessary.
Do not dispose of electrical appliances as unsorted municipal
waste, use separate collection facilities.
Contact you local government for information regarding the
collection systems available.
If electrical appliances are disposed of in landfills or dumps,
hazardous substances can leak into the groundwater and get
into the food chain, damaging your health and well-being.
CAUTION
of the outdoor unit. The auxiliary heater models are available for a
heating capacity of 4.5kW.
■
The earth pole of terminal must be earthed,and the rated
current should be more than 10A. Make sure that power supply
terminal and power supply plug are dry enough and have a
good connection.
Method: Turn on power supply run the unit for half a hour then
turn it off and check whether the power supply plug is hot or
nor.If it’s hot (more than 50 ),please change it with a new and
eligible one, or it may result in an electric shock or fire.
Sanitary hot water tank (option)
An optional sanitary hot water tank with integrated 1.5kW electrical
heater can be connected to the indoor unit. The sanitary hot water
tank is available in three sizes: 150, 200 and 300 liters. Refer to the
sanitary hot water tank installation manual for further details.
■
Solar kit for sanitary hot water tank (option)
For information connecting the solar kit, refer to the installation of
that kit.
Do not use the air-source water heater for other purposes.
2.2 Scope of this manual
Before cleaning,be sure to stop the operation and turn the
breaker off or pull out the power cord.
Otherwise, an electric shock and injury may be caused.
This installation manual describes the procedures for unpacking,
installing and connecting all indoor unit modes.
NOTE
The hot water probable need to mix with cold water or too hot
water (over 50 ) in the heating unit may result in injury.
In order to avoid injury, do not remove the fan guard on the
outdoor unit.
Do not operate the air-source water heater with a wet hand.
An electric shock may be caused.
The installation height of power supply should be over 1.8m,if
any water may spatter, add safe protection from water.
It’s normal if some water drops from the hole of pressure relief
valve during operation. However, if the water is in a great
amount, call your service agent for instructions.
After a long term use, check the unit stand and fittings.
If damaged, the unit may fall and result in injury.
Arrange the drain hose to ensure smooth drainpipe.
Improper drainpipe may cause wetting of the building, furniture
etc.
Do not touch the inner parts of the controller.
Do not remove the front panel. Some parts inside are
dangerous to touch, and a machine malfunction may be
caused.
Do not turn off the power supply.
System will stop or restart heating automatically. A continuous
power supply for water heating is necessary, except service
and maintenance.
Installation of the heat pump outdoor unit is described in the
outdoor unit installation manual.
3. ACCESSORIES
Table 3-1
Qty
Shape
Owner's & Installation
Manual
1
This
manual
Mounting bracket
1
M4 screws
2
Water tank temperature sensor
1
Y-style filter
1
Floor heating inlet
temperature sensor, T1B
1
Drain pan kit
1
M8 expansion screws
5
SMK-80/CSD80GN1
Manual
ball valve SMK-120/CSD80GN1
SMK-140/CSD80GN1
3
SMK-80/CSD80GN1
Two-way
SMK-120/CSD80GN1
valve
SMK-140/CSD80GN1
2
Accessory name
0
3
2. INTRODUCTION
2.1 General information
Thank you for purchasing this indoor unit.
The indoor unit is the indoor part of the air to water heat pumps.
These units are designed for wall mounted installation and used for
both heating and cooling applications. The units can be combined
with fan coil units, under floor heating applications, low temperature
radiators, sanitary water heating applications and solar kit for
sanitary hot water applications.
■ Heating/cooling units
The indoor unit range consists of one seriel: a heating/cooling seriel.
The seriels is delivered with an integrated auxiliary heater for
additional heating capacity during cold outdoor temperatures. The
auxiliary heater also serves as a auxiliary in case of malfunctioning
4. TYPICAL APPLICATION EXAMPLES
CAUTION
When the M-thermal system is used in series with another heat
source (eg:gas,boil),it shall be make sure that the return water
temperature to the refrigerant to water heat exchanger does not
exceed 50 .We should not be hold liable for any damage
resulting from not observing this rule .
The application examples given below are for illustration
purposes only.
I&O Manual
2
Example 1
12
outdoor
indoor
13
9
11
M
4
2 3
5
7
6
10
16
31
1
Fan Coil1 Fan Coil 2
Fan Coil n
M
18
M
15
17
14
19
35
Sanitary
Water Outlet
FHC1 FHC2 FHCn
FHC - Floor Heating Coil
20
32
22
21
Sanitary
Water Inlet
26
24
23
30
28
27
25
29
Fig.4-1
Example 2
12
outdoor
indoor
13
9
11
4
2 3
5
6
34
33
M
7 31
16
1
Fan Coil 1 Fan Coil 2
Fan Coil n
M
15
M
14
19
17
35
Sanitary
Water Outlet
FHC 1 FHC 2 FHC n
FHC - Floor Heating Coil
32
20
22
21
Sanitary
Water Inlet
23
24
26
30
27
28
29
25
Fig.4-2
I&O Manual
3
5. OVERVIEW OF THE INDOOR UNIT
Table 4-1
1
Outdoor unit
2
Indoor unit (Hydro kit)
3
Refrigerant to water heat exchanger
4
Auxiliary heater vessel
■ The indoor unit cover can be removed by removing the 6
5
Pump 1
side screws and unhitching the cover.
6
Shut-off valve (field supply)
7
Auxiliary pump (optional, field supply)
Pump 2
8
Water to water heat exchanger kit
(optional, field supply)
9
Boiler (optional, field supply)
10
Pump 4 (optional, field supply)
11
Motorised 2-way valve (accessory of
indoor unit), SV2
12
Collector (field supply)
13
By-pass valve (field supply)
14
By-pass valve (field supply)
15
Collector (field supply)
16
Motorised 2-way valve (accessory of
indoor unit) , SV3
17
Motorised 2-way valve (accessory of
indoor unit) , SV1
18
Water to water heat exchanger
(optional, field supply)
19
Shut-off valve (field supply)
20
Sanitary hot water tank
21
Electric heater
22
Non-return valve
23
Non-return valve
24
Water to water heat exchanger
25
Solar kit (optional)
26
Pump for solar kit, Pump 3
27
Non-return valve (to be included in
solar pump station or to be installed in
field piping)
28
Pump for solar pump station
29
Solar pump station (field supply)
30
Solar panels (field supply)
31
Temperature sensor for heating/cooling
water (accessory of indoor unit. It is not
need to be installed, if there is not any
auxiliary heating source or floor heating
coil ), T1B
32
Temperature sensor for sanitary water
(accessory of indoor unit), T5
33
Non-return valve (field supply)
34
Non-return valve (field supply)
35
Y-style filter
5.1 Opening the indoor unit
■ The front flap on the indoor unit cover gives access to the
manometer and user interface.
,
Fig.5-1
CAUTION
Make sure to fix the cover with the screws and nylon washers
when installing the cover (screws are delivered as accessory) .
Parts inside the unit can be hot.
■
To gain access to the control box components – e.g. to
connect the field wiring – the control box service panel can be
removed. Thereto, loosen the front screws and unhitch the
control box service panel.
CAUTION
Switch off all power supply – i.e. outdoor unit power supply ,indoor
unit power supply, electric heater and auxiliary heater power supply
before removing the control box service panel.
I&O Manual
4
5.2 Main components
water outlet circuit.If the indoor unit is not running for 24 hours ,the
pump will run for 3 minutes to prevent the block of the pump.
16 Expansion Vessel
The expansion vessel automatically stabilizes the pressure of
water circuit.
1
2
19
18
3
4
5
17 Pressure relief valve
The pressure relief valve prevents excessive water pressure in
the water circuit by opening at 3 bar and discharging some water.
17
18 Refrigerant to water heat exchanger
19 Control box
The control box contains the main electronic and electrical parts
of the indoor unit.
16
15
6
20 Drain pan kit
For heating/cooling unit it is necessary to install the drain pan kit.
The drain pan kit is an necessary of indoor unit.
7
8
14
9
5.3 Control box main components
20
10
13
11
12
Fig.5-2
1 Air purge valve
Remaining air in the water circuit will be automatically removed via
the air purge valve.
2 Auxiliary heater cover and auxiliary heater
The auxiliary heater consists of two electrical heating element that
will provide additional heating capacity to the water circuit if the
heating capacity of the outdoor unit is insufficient due to low outdoor
temperature
4 Automatically reset thermal protector
The automatically reset thermal protector cut off temperature is 68
.
6 Manometer
The Manometer allows readout the water pressure in the water
circuit.
3 Manual reset thermal protector
The auxiliary heater is equipped with two thermal protectors. The
thermal protectors are validated when the temperature becomes too
high. The manual reset thermal protector cut off temperature is 75 .
5 Auxiliary heater vessel
The auxiliary heater heats the water in the auxiliary heater vessel.
SMK-80/CSD80GN1
SMK-120/CSD80GN1
SMK-140/CSD80GN1
Fig.5-3
7 Temperature sensors
Five temperature sensors determine the water and refrigerant
temperature at various points in the water circuit.
8 Flow switch
The flow switch checks the flow in the water circuit and protects
the heat exchanger against freeing and the pump against damage.
9 Insulation
The insulation layers are equipped in order to prevent the
condensate in the water and refrigerant inlet and outlet.
10 Water outlet connection
11 Water inlet connection
Two shut-off valve (field supply) should be connected to the water
inlet and outlet connections.
12 Refrigerant liquid connection
13 Refrigerant gas connection
14 User interface
The user interface allows the installer and user to set up, use and
maintain the unit.
15 Pump
The pump circulates the water in the water circuit. If the pressure
loss is too high, an additional pump is needed to be connected in the
I&O Manual
5
1 Transformer
2 PCB
The main PCB (Printed Circuit Board) controls the functioning
of the unit
3 Auxiliary heater circuit breaker
The circuit breaker protects the auxiliary heater electrical
circuit against overload or short circuit
4 Auxiliary heater and electric heater circuit breaker
The circuit breaker protects the auxiliary heater and the
electric heater in the sanitary hot water tank electrical circuit
against overload or short circuit
5 Auxiliary heater contactor
6 Electric heater contactor
7 Terminal blocks
The terminal blocks allow easy connection of field wiring
8 Terminal blocks for power supply of the electric heater for
sanitary hot water tank and the out door unit.
9 Terminal blocks for power supply of the indoor unit
10 Grounding hole
Make the machine grounding safely and reliably
Solar signal
input
Communication
Communication
Flow Transformer Power for
cable for computer for UI
output
switch
UI
ON/OFF
P,Q,E
T2_RL
Room
thermostat
T2B_RG
TW_i
TW_o
Auxiliary
heater output
T1
Electric
heater output
T5
T1B
Feedback of
electric heater
Reverse2
Reverse1
Power supply
for PCB
Query
Thermal
protect of
auxiliary heater
Power supply for
transformer
Pump SV1
SV3 Anti Pump Boiler RUN Alarm
output
freeze of
heater solar
kit
SV2
CT1
CT2
Fig.5-4
5.4 Functional diagram
15
14 13 1 2
11
TW_o
T2B
10
9
T1
TW_i
T2
1
2
F
3
4
5
6
7
8
Fig.5-5
1 Outdoor unit
10 Flow switch
2 Indoor unit (Hydro kit)
11
12
13
14
15
3 Refrigerant to water heat exchanger
4 Manometer
5 Pump
6 Shut-off valve(field supply)
7 Filter (Accessory of Indoor unit)
8 Auto-water replenishing field supply)
9 Shut-off valve (field supply)
Auxiliary heater vessel
Pressure relieve valve
Automatic air purge valve
Manual air purge valve
Expansion vessel
TW o Water side temperature sensor
T1 Water side temperature sensor
T2B Refrigerant side temperature sensor
TW i Water side temperature sensor
I&O Manual
6. INSTALLATION OF THE INDOOR UNIT
6.2 Dimensions and service space
■
Unit of measurement: mm
Dimensions of the wall bracket:
158
CAUTION
158
40
The indoor unit should be installed in a water proof place, or the
safety of the unit and the operator cannot be ensured.
3× 12
■
Dimensions of the unit, see figure 6-2.
373
The indoor unit is to be wall mounted in an indoor location
that meets the following requirements:
45
The installation location is frost-free.
82
6.1 Selecting an installation location
Fig.6-1
The space around the unit is adequate for serving, see figure
6-3.
90
The space around the unit allows for sufficient air circulation.
95 70 47 50
35
158
158
500
There is a provision for condensate drain and pressure relief
valve blow-off.
726
947
When the unit running in the cooling mode, Condensate may drop
from the water inlet and water outlet pipes. Please make sure the
dropping condensate will not result in damage of your furniture and
other devices.
900
CAUTION
The installation surface is a flat and vertical non-combustible
wall, capable of supporting the operation weight of the unit.
There is no danger of fire due to leakage of inflammable gas.
474
All piping lengths and distance have been taken into consideration.
Table 6-1
NAME
NO.
SMK-80/CSD80GN1
SMK-120/CSD80GN1
SMK-140/CSD80GN1
Maximum allowable refrigerant piping length
between outdoor unit and indoor unit.
25m
Maximum allowable height distance between outdoor
unit and indoor unit when outdoor unit is top.
10m
15m
Maximum allowable height distance between outdoor
unit and indoor unit when outdoor unit is bottom.
5m
10m
Maximum allowable distance between the 2-way
valve SV1 and the indoor unit (only for installations
with sanitary hot water tank).
3m
3m
Maximum allowable distance between the sanitary
hot water tank and the indoor unit (only for installations with sanitary hot water tank). The thermistor
cable supplied with the indoor unit is 15 m in length.
10m
10m
Maximum allowable be distance between the
T1B and the indoor unit .The temperature
sensor a cable of T1B supplied with the
indoor unit is 10m in length.
8m
8m
50m
1
Refrigerant gas connection5/8"-14UNF
connection 5/8"-14UNF
2
Refrigerant liquid connection 3/8"-14UNF
3
Drainage
4
Water Inlet R5/4
5
Water Outlet R5/4
25
Fig.6-2
■
Required service space, see figure 6-3.
200
Requirement
300
350
The equipment is not intended for use in a potentially explosive atmosphere.
1150
500
NOTE
If the installation is equipped with a sanitary hot water tank
(optional), please refer to the sanitary hot water installation
manual.
I&O Manual
7
Fig.6-3
6.3 Inspecting, handling and unpacking the
unit
The indoor unit is packed in a box.
2
1
At delivery, the unit must be checked and any damage must
be reported immediately to the carrier claims agent.
Check if all indoor unit accessories are enclosed.
Bring the unit as close as possible to the final installation
position in its original package in order to prevent damage
during transport.
The indoor unit weights approximately 60kg and should be
lifted by two persons using the two lifting bars provided.
3
WARNING
Do not grasp the control box or piping to lift the unit! Two lifting
bars are provided to lift the unit.
Fig.6-5
6.5 Refrigerant pipework
For all guidelines, instructions and specifications regarding
refrigerant pipework between the indoor unit and outdoor unit,
please refer to the outdoor unit installation and owner’s
manual.
The location of the gas pipe and liquid pipe on the indoor unit
is shown under “Main components” in section 5.2.
Table6-2
Refrigerant piping
specifications
Indoor unit
Outdoor
unit
Gas pipe connection
15.9mm (5/8 inch)
15.9mm
(5/8 inch)
Liquid pipe connection
9.52mm (3/8 inch)
9.52mm
(3/8 inch)
WARNING
When connecting the refrigerant pipes, always use two
wrenches/spanners for tightening or loosening nuts! Failure to
do so can result in damaged piping connections and leaks.
6.6 Water pipework
Fig.6-4
6.4 Mounting the indoor unit
■
Checking the water circuit
The units are equipped with a water inlet and water outlet for
connection to a water circuit. This circuit must be provided by a
licensed technician and must comply with all relevant European and
national regulations.
WARNING
WARNING
The weight of the indoor unit is approximately 63kg.
Two persons are required to mount the unit.
Fix the wall mounting bracket to the wall using appropriate
plugs and screws.
Make sure the wall mounting bracket is completely level.
When the unit is not installed level, air might get trapped in
the water circuit resulting in malfunctioning of the unit.
Pay special attention to this when installing an indoor unit to
prevent overflow of the drain pan
Hang the indoor unit on the wall mounting bracket.
Fix the indoor unit at the bottom inside using appropriate
plugs and screws. To do so, the unit is equipped with 2 holes
at the bottom outer edges of the frame.
The unit is only to be used in a closed water system. Application in an open water circuit can lead to excessive corrosion of
the piping.
Before continuing the installation of the unit, check the following
points:
● The maximum water pressure is 3 bar,but the best pressure
range is between 1 to 2 bar. It will be perfect, if the water pressure is
the same as pre-pressure of expansion vessel.
● To facilitate service and maintenance install one shut-off value at
the water inlet and one shut-off value at the water outlet of the
indoor unit as show in Fig5-5.
● Drain taps must be provided at all low points of the system to
permit complete drainage of the circuit during maintenance.
● Make sure to provide a proper drain for the pressure relief valve
to avoid any water coming into contact with electrical parts.
I&O Manual
8
● Air vents must be provided at all high points of the system. The
vents should be located at points which are easily accessible for
servicing. An automatic air purge is provided inside the indoor unit.
Check that this air purge is not tightened too much so that automatic
release of air in the water circuit remains possible.
There might be air in the electric heater water tank. The air will cause
the damage of the electric heater and cause the abnormal operation
of the system. The air in the water tank can be purged by the manual
discharging valve in the top of the water tank.
The power for the electric heater can not be supplied before
discharging the air in the water tank. It will last 30 min until discharging the air completely.
● Take care that the components installed in the field piping can
withstand the water pressure.
● The filter (accessory of indoor unit) must be connected into the
water circuit as shown in Fig 5-5.
If air, moisture or dust gets in the water circuit, problems may occur.
Therefore, always take into account the following when connecting
the water circuit:
● Use clean pipes only.
● Hold the pipe end downwards when removing burrs.
● Cover the pipe end when inserting it through a wall so that no
dust and dirt enter.
● Use a good thread sealant for the sealing of the connections. The
sealing must be able to withstand the pressures and temperatures
of the system.
● When using non-brass metallic piping, make sure to insulate both
materials from each other to prevent galvanic corrosion.
● Because brass is a soft material, use appropriate tooling for
connecting the water circuit. Inappropriate tooling will cause damage
to the pipes.
CAUTION
When the unit running in the cooling mode, Condensate may
drop from the water inlet and water outlet pipes. Please make
sure the dropping condensate will not result in damage of your
furniture and other devices.
■
Checking the water volume and expansion vessel pressure
The unit is equipped with an expansion vessel of 6.5 liter which has
a default pre-pressure of 1 bar.
To assure proper operation of the unit, the pre-pressure of the
expansion vessel might need to be adjusted and the minimum and
maximum water volume must be checked.
WARNING
● The unit is only to be used in a closed water system. Application in an open water circuit can lead to excessive corrosion of the
water piping.
● Never use Zn-coated parts in the water circuit. Excessive
corrosion of these parts may occur as copper piping is used in the
unit’s internal water circuit.
6.7 Charging water
■ Connect the water supply to a drain and fill valve.
■ Make sure the automatic air purge valve is open (at least 2
turns).
■
Setting the pre-pressure of the expansion vessel
When it is required to change the default pre-pressure of the
expansion vessel (1bar), keep in mind the following guidelines:
● Use only dry nitrogen to set the expansion vessel pre-pressure.
● Inappropriate setting of the expansion vessel pre-pressure will
lead to malfunction of the system. Therefore, the pre-pressure
should be adjusted by a licensed installer.
■ Calculating the water circuit pressure drop
If the water circuit pressure drop excluding the indoor is too high, an
auxiliary pump (pump 2 as described in Fig 4-1 and Fig 4-2) is
necessary to be installed in the water circuit.
CAUTION
● An auxiliary pump should be installed while the water resistance
is more than 30kpa.
● Failure to install an auxiliary pump in the water circuit when the
pressure drop is too high may result in heating/cooling capacity
reduction, the heat exchanger freeing and the pump damage.
WARNING
If the indoor unit is not running for 24 hours, the pump in the
indoor unit and the auxiliary pump(if installed) will turn on and run
for 3 minutes to preventing pump from blocking.
■
Connecting the water circuit
Water connections must be made in accordance with the outlook
diagram delivered with the unit, respecting the water in- and outlet.
■
Fill with water until the manometer indicates a pressure of
approximately 1.0~2.0 bar. Remove air in the circuit as much as
possible using the air purge valves. Air present in the water
circuit might cause malfunctioning of the auxiliary heater.
■
Check that the auxiliary heater vessel is filled with water by
screw off the vent valve two laps, it will be full of water until
finish draining off the air.
NOTE
● During filling, it might not be possible to remove all air in the
system. Remaining air will be removed through the automatic
air purge valve during first operating hours of the system.
Additional filling with water afterwards might be required.
● The water pressure indicated on the manometer will vary
depending on the water temperature (higher temperature at
higher water temperature).However, at all times water pressure
should remain above 0.3 bar to avoid air entering the circuit.
● The unit might dispose some excessive water through the
pressure relief valve.
● Water quality must be according to EN directive 98/83 EC.
6.8 Piping insulation
The complete water circuit, inclusive all piping, must be
insulated to prevent condensation during cooling operation and reduction of the cooling and heating capacity.
and the humidity is
If the temperature is higher than 30
higher than 80%RH, then the thickness of the sealing
materials should be at least 20 mm in order to avoid
condensation on the surface of the sealing.
WARNING
Be careful not to deform the unit piping by using excessive
force when connecting the piping. Deformation of the piping
can cause the unit to malfunction.
I&O Manual
9
CAUTION
Failure to do good piping insulation may result in cooling/heating
capacity reduction a,d condensate drop and destroy of the
furniture and other devices.
Table 6-3
6.9 Field wiring
WARNING
A
Outdoor unit
B
Indoor unit
C
Room thermostat (optional)
D
Boiler (optional)
E
Auxiliary pump, Pump 2
F
Motorised 2-way valve for Sanitary
hot water tank loop, SV1
All field wiring and component must be installed by a
licensed electrician and must comply with relevant
European and national regulations.
G
Motorised 2-way valve for Fan
coil units loop, SV2
H
Motorised 2-way valve for Floor
heating loop, SV3
The field wiring must be carried out on accordance with the
wiring diagram supplied with the unit and the instructions
given below.
I
Pump of Solar kit, Pump 3
J
Sanitary hot water tank (optional)
A main switch or other means for disconnection, having a
contact separation in all pipes, must be incorporated in the
fixed wiring in accordance with relevant local and national
legislation.
Switch off the power supply before making any connection.
Be sure to establish an earth. Do not earth the unit to a
utility pipe, surge absorber, or telephone earth. Incomplete
earth may cause electrical shock.
K
Electric heater (optional)
L
Single phase power supply or
outdoor unit, indoor unit and
electric heater
Be sure to install an earth leakage protector (30mA). Failure
to do so may cause electrical shock.
M
Solar kit
N
Solar pump station
O
Temperature sensor T1B
P
Solar panel
■
Overview
The illustration below gives an overview of the required field
wiring between several parts of the installation. Refer also to
“Typical application examples” section.
Table 6-4
Item
outdoor
Description
indoor
Section of the
conductor
1
Power supply cable for indoor
unit
2
Temperature sensor cable
3
Power supply cable from indoor
unit to Sanitary hot water tank
2+GND
2.5 mm
4
Power supply cable for Pump of
solar kit (Pump 3)
2+GND
1.0 mm
5
Power supply cable for
Motorised 2-way valve, SV3
3
1.0 mm
6
Power supply cable for
Motorised 2-way -valve, SV2
3
1.0 mm
7
Power supply cable for
Motorised 2-way valve, SV1
3
1.0 mm
2
8
Power supply cable for auxiliary
pump (Pump2)
1.0 mm
2
9
Communication cable between
indoor unit and boiler
2
1.0 mm
2
10
Room thermostat cable
4(L, N, C, H)
1.0 mm
2
11
Communication cable between
indoor unit and outdoor unit
12
Power supply cable
SMK-120/CSD80GN1
for outdoor unit
SMK-140/CSD80GN1
3+GND
13
Power supply cable for solar
pump station
2+GND
1.0 mm
14
Power supply cable for the pump
of solar kit
2+GND
1.0 mm
15
Signal input from solar pump
station to indoor unit
2
1.0 mm
16
Power supply cable for the pump
of solar kit
2+GND
1.0 mm
17
Sanitary hot water tank
temperature sensor cable
2
18
Sanitary hot water tank
temperature sensor cable
2
19
Water circuit temperature
senor T1B cable
2
Require
number of
conductors
3+GND
4 mm
2
2
M
2
M
M
outdoor
SMK-80/CSD80GN1
indoor
SMK-80/CSD80GN1
M
3 (P, Q, E)
2
2
3×0.5 mm 2
(3 - Shield wire)
2+GND
2.5 mm
2
M
M
2+GND
2
SMK-120/CSD80GN1
SMK-140/CSD80GN1
Fig.6-7
2
2
2
2
I&O Manual
10
■ The wiring diagram of the indoor unit is shown as page 20
PCB
UI
T2_RL
T2B_RG
Main Control Board
User interface, or wire controller
Refrigerant liquid tube temperature sensor
Refrigerant gas tube temperature sensor
Table 6-5
T-W-in
Inlet water temperature sensor (Inlet water
temperature sensor of heat exchanger)
T-W-out
T1
Outlet water temperature sensor of heat exchanger
Outlet water temperature sensor of indoor unit
T5
Sanitary hot water tank temperature sensor
T1B
Outlet water temperature sensor of indoor unit and boiler
K1M
AC contactor
K2M
AC contactor
K3M
AC contactor
K4M
AC contactor
This power circuit must be protected with the required safety devices
according to local and national regulations.
Select the power cable in accordance with relevant local and national
regulations.
■
Procedure
● Using the appropriate cable, connect the power circuit to the appropriate terminals as shown on the wiring diagram.
● Connect the earth conductor (yellow/green) to the earth screw on
the block terminal.
● Fix the cable with cable ties to the cable tie mountings to ensure
strain relief.
■ Connection of the thermostat cable
Connection of the thermostat cable depends on the application.
See section7.2 “Room thermostat installation configuration” for more
information and configuration options on pump configuration in combination with room thermostat.
CT1, CT2
Current detector
● Thermostat requirements
1.Power supply: 220-240V~ 50Hz or battery operated.
2.Contact voltage: 220-240V~ 50Hz.
SV1
2-way valve for sanitary hot water tank circuit
● Procedure
SV2
2-way valve for fan coil circuit
SV3
2-way valve for underfloor heating circuit
1.Connection of the thermostat
cable to the appropriate terminals
shown on the wiring diagram.
Pro-hyd
Flow switch
■
13 14 15 16
2. Fix the cable with cable ties to the
cable tie mountings to ensure strain
relief.
Field wiring guidelines
C/H
THERMOSTAT
● Most field wiring on the indoor unit side is to be made on the
terminal block inside the control box. To gain access to the terminal
block, remove the indoor unit cover and control box service panel, see
section 5-1.
■ Connection of the valve cable
● Cable tie mountings are provided at the bottom of the control box.
Fix all cables using cable ties (field supply).
● Valve requirements
1.Power supply: 220-240V~ 50Hz. 2.Maximum running current: 100mA.
● A dedicated power circuit is required for the auxiliary heater.
● Wiring the 2-way valve
1.Using the appropriate cable, connect the valve control cable to the
terminal as shown on the wiring diagram.
● Installations equipped with a sanitary hot water tank (optional),
require a dedicated power circuit for the electric heater.
3. Set the “Field setting ” about the
selection of Room Thermostat.
Please refer to the sanitary hot water installation manual.
● Power supply for the indoor units is to be provided through the
indoor side. Data communication with the outdoor unit is provided
through the cable which labeled as P, Q, E.
● For all guidelines and specifications regarding field wiring between
the indoor unit and the outdoor unit, please refer to the outdoor unit
installation manual.
■
ON/OFF
NOTE
■ Connection of the indoor unit power supply and communication cable Power circuit and cable requirements
PC
Wiring is different for a NC (normal closed) valve and a NO
(normal open) valve. Make sure to connect to the correct
terminal numbers as detailed on the wiring diagram and
illustrations below.
4 5 6
7 8 9
10 11 12
SV1
SV2
SV3
3-wire NO (normal open) and NC
2-way motorized valve
normal close
Procedure
● Using the appropriate cable, connect the power circuit to the appropriate terminals as shown on the wiring diagram and the illustration
below.
● Connect the earth conductor (yellow/green) to the earthing screw on
the control box mounting plate.
● Fix the cable with cable ties to the cable tie mountings to ensure
strain relief.
● When routing out cables, make sure that these do not obstruct
mounting of the indoor unit cover.
■ Connection of the auxiliary heater power supply
Power circuit and cable requirements
CAUTION
Be sure to use a dedicated power circuit for the auxiliary heater.
Never use a power circuit shared by another appliance.
4 5 6
7 8 9
10 11 12
SV1
SV2
SV3
2-wire NC(normal close) 2-way motorized valve
4 5 6
7 8 9
10 11 12
SV1
SV2
SV3
2-wire NO (normal open) 2-way motorized valve
I&O Manual
11
Fig.6-8
Fig.6-9
Fig.6-10
NOTE
For the NC (normal closed) valve, it is necessary to reverse the
terminal 4 and 5, 7 and 8, 10 and 11 to get the right opening and
closing of the valve.
2.Fix the cable(s) with cable ties to the cable tie mountings to
ensure strain relief.
■
1 2 3
Electrical Connection of Water Pump
Water pump specification:
Power supply: 220-240V~ 50Hz
M
Maximum running current: 2A
1. If the external heat source needs
one switch signal to control the input
situation, then directly connect the
corresponding wire terminal of this
machine with the corresponding
terminals of the external heat source,
as describing in Fig.6-12.
OUTSIDE
HEAT
SOURCE
25 26
INDOOR
UNIT
PUMP1
Fig.6-11
BOILER
Fig.6-12
2. If the external heat source
needs one control signal of the
specified voltage (such as
220-240V~ 50Hz), then it need
to supply the control terminal
25 and 26 with corresponding
power as describing in Fig.613.
OUTSIDE
HEAT
SOURCE
ROOM
THERMOSTAT
25 26
FUSE
POWER
INDOOR
UNIT
BOILER
Fig.6-13
■ External Wiring of Operation/ Fault
● Using the appropriate cable, connected the
pump cable to the terminals as shown in Fig.611.
ROOM
THERMOSTAT
● The terminal 27 and 28 will be conducted when the unit is running,
and will be disconnected when the unit is turned off or stood by.
● Fix the cable with cable ties to the cable tie mountings to ensure
strain relief.
● The terminal 29 and 30 will be conducted when there is a running
fault, and be disconnected when the unit is running correctly.
■ Connection of Solar Pump Station( See the Instruction Manual
● The connection is described in Fig.6-14 .
of Solar Pump Station)
N
L
■ Electrical Connection of Anti-frozen electric heater (Reserved)
■ Electrical Connection of External Heat Source
● Using the appropriate cable, and connect the control terminal of
heat source such as gas boiler etc., the control terminal of this unit is
25-26 terminals in the connector base.
FUSE
27 28
29 30
Fig.6-14
■ Remote ON/OFF Terminal
“A B” terminal is used for remote ON/OFF switch; it needs to connect
external control switch, the control logic as follow:
NOTE
This control terminal of the indoor unit only outputs one switch
signal; it needs to change wiring when matching with different
external heat sources.
The signal wire connected the solar energy pump with hydraulic
module need to be increased protection, such as fuse, for avoiding
the abnormal operation lead to the device damage.
UI
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
External switch
Close
Disconnect Close
Disconnect
Machine state
Stop
Operate
Stop
Stop
The connecting as Fig.6-15
A
B
Fig.6-15
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
1
L
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
ON OFF N ON OFF N ON OFF N L N C H 1 2 L N
N
L N 1 2 1 2 1 2
PUMP
2-WAY
VALVE-1
A
2-WAY
VALVE-2
2-WAY
VALVE-3
B
N
C
ROOM
SOLAR SOLAR WATER
THERMOSTAT SIGNAL
PUMP
HEATER OUTSIDE HEAT RUN/STOP ALARM
OUTPUT OUTPUT
SOURCE
BELT
A1 B1 C1 N1
A
B
P Q (E)
8+8KW
POWER SUPPLY
A
B
C N
CONNECT TO
SANITARY TANK
CONNECT TO
OUTDOOR UNIT
C1 N1 C2 N2
CONNECT TO
ON/OFF SWITCH
A
B
CONNECT TO OUTDOOR
COMMUNICATION PORT
P Q (E)
12/14KW
POWER SUPPLY
CONNECT TO
SANITARY TANK
CONNECT TO
ON/OFF SWITCH
CONNECT TO OUTDOOR
COMMUNICATION PORT
Fig.6-16
I&O Manual
12
6.10 Installation of drain pan kit
The pump will operate whenever there is heating or cooling demand
requested by the room thermostat or wire controller. If the flow rate is
higher than the set point of flow switch, the pump will operate continuously. If the flow rate is lower than the set point of the flow switch, the
pump will stop and Error code E8 will displayed. The pump will
operate again 3 minutes later and the flow switch will check the flow
rate again to determine the action of the pump. If the flow rate is lower
than the set point of the flow switch for 3 times, the pump will stop and
Error code E0 will displayed.
Drain pan kit
7.4 Sanitary hot water tank installation configuration
Fig.6-17
Take out the drain pan kit from the packing foam, then insert it and
drill two screws on it as the figure.
7. START-UP AND CONFIGURATION
The indoor unit should be configured by the installer to match
the installation environment (outdoor climate, installed options,
etc) and user expertise.
CAUTION
It is important that all information in this chapter is read sequentially by the installer and that the system is configured as
application.
When no sanitary hot water tank is installed, the value of field setting
“0-2” should be set to be “0”.
When a sanitary hot water tank is installed, the value of field setting
“0-2” should be set to be “1”.
7.5 Initial start-up at low outdoor ambient
temperatures
During initial start-up and when water temperature is low, it is
important that the water is heated gradually. Failure to do so may
result in cracking of concrete floors due to rapid temperature change.
Please contact the responsible cast concrete building contractor for
further details.
To do so, the lowest leaving water set temperature can be decreased
to a value between 15ć and 25ć by adjusting the field setting “6-3”
NOTE
7.1 Dip switch setting overview
Dip switch is located on the control box PCB and are for future
use . Switch off the power supply before opening the control box
service panel and making any changes to the switch settings.
7.2 Room thermostat installation configuration
When no thermostat is connected to the indoor unit, the value
of field setting “0-7” should be set to be “0”.
When a thermostat is connected to the indoor unit, the value of
field setting “0-7” should be set to be “1”.
Heating between 15ć and 25ć is performed by the auxiliary
heater only.
8. WATER CIRCUIT AIR PURGE FUNCTION
Before running of the unit, the air inside the water circuit should be
purged. During purging:
Charge water from the water inlet side of the indoor unit.
NOTE
● When a room thermostat is connected to the indoor unit, the
heating and cooling schedule timers are never available. Other
schedule timers are not affected. For more information on the
schedule timers, refer to the operation manual.
Set the value of field setting “7-5” to be “1”. Switch off the power
next
supply and switch on the power supply again, press the button
continuous for at least 10 seconds, SV1, SV2, and SV3 will be
opened, and 3 minutes later the pump inside the indoor unit will be
turned on. Through continuous running the pump and open all the
valves in the water circuit, the air inside the water circuit is easier to
be purged.
● When a room thermostat is connected to the indoor unit,
and the
button or
button is pressed, the icon
will flash to indicate that the room thermostat has
9. PRE-OPERATION CHECKS
priority and controls ON/OFF operation and change over
9.1 Checks before initial start-up
operation.
Warning: Switch off the power supply before making any connections.
7.3 Pump operation configuration
■ After the installation of the unit, check the following before
switching on the circuit breaker:
● Field wiring
NOTE
To set the pump speed, refer to the section of “Setting the pump
speed” in section 9.3.
I&O Manual
13
Make sure that the field wiring between local supply panel and indoor
unit, outdoor unit and indoor unit, indoor unit and valves (when
applicable), indoor unit and room thermostat (when applicable), and
indoor unit and sanitary hot water tank has been carried out according
to the instructions described in the chapter “Field wiring”, according to
the wiring diagrams and according to European and national regulations.
● Fuses or protection devices
Check that the fuses or the locally installed protection devices are of
the size and type specified in the chapter “Technical specifications”.
Make sure that neither a fuse nor a protection device has been
bypassed.
9.3 Setting the pump speed
The pump speed can be selected on the pump.
The default setting is high speed. If the water flow in the system is too
high (e.g., noise of running water in the installation) the speed can be
set to low speed.
NOTE
● Electric heater circuit breaker
Do not forget to turn on the electric heater circuit breaker in the control
box (applies only to units with optional sanitary hot water tank
installed).
● Earth wiring
Make sure that the earth wires have been connected properly and that
the earth terminals are tightened.
The speed dial on the pump indicates 3 speed setting
The available external static pressure (ESP, expressed in mmH2O) in
function of the water flow (l/min) is shown in the previous section.
■
Pump hydraulic performance
● Internal wiring
Flow-head curve
Visually check the control box on loose connections or damaged
electrical components.
● Fixation
TOP RL25/8.5
H(mH2O)
9
8
Check that the unit is properly fixed, to avoid abnormal noises and
vibrations when starting up the unit.
7
6
5
● Damaged equipment
4
Check the inside of the unit on damaged components or squeezed
pipes.
3
2
1
● Refrigerant leak
0
Check the inside of the unit on refrigerant leakage. If there is a refrigerant leak, call your local dealer.
1000
2000
4000
5000
6000
Q(L/h)
Top grade
● Power supply voltage
3000
medium grade
Low grade
Check the power supply voltage on the local supply panel. The voltage
must correspond to the voltage on the identification label of the unit.
● Air purge valve
Fig.9-1
Make sure the air purge valve is open (at least 2 turns).
● Pressure relief valve
CAUTION
Check if the auxiliary heater vessel is completely filled with water by
operating the pressure relief valves. It should purge water instead of
air.
CAUTION
If the external pressure loss of the water circuit is too high,it is
necessary to install an auxiliary pump(Pump 2) as describing in
Fig.4-1 and Fig.4-2. Fail to install an auxiliary pump will result in
cooling/heating capacity reduction.
Operating the system with the auxiliary heater vessel not
completely filled with water will damage the auxiliary heater!
10. FIELD SETTINGS
● Shut-off valves
Make sure that the shut-off valves are correctly installed and fully
open.
CAUTION
Operating the system with closed valves will damage the
pump !
The indoor unit should be configured by the installer to match the
installation environment (outdoor climate, installed options, etc.) and
user demand. These field settings are accessible and programmable
through the user interface on the indoor unit.
Each field setting is assigned a 4-digit number or code, for example,
“3-1-15”, which is indicated on the user interface display. The first digit
“3” indicates the “first code” or field setting group. The second digit
indicates the second code. The last 2-digit number “15” indicate the
value of code “3-1”.
9.2 Powering up the indoor unit
When power supply to the indoor unit is turned on, “0” is displayed on
the user interface during its initialization, which might take up to 30
seconds. During this process the user interface cannot be operated.
3 1 15
First code
Second code
The value of code
“3-1” is “15 ”
Fig.10-1
I&O Manual
14
A list of all field settings and default values is given under “Field
settings table” . In this same list, we provided for 2 columns to register
the date and value of altered field settings at variance with the default
value.
A detailed description of each field setting is given under the section
of “Detailed description” .
10.1 Procedure
NOTE
■
Before shipping, the set values have been set as shown
under “Field setting table ”.
■
When exiting FIELD SET MODE, “8-8-88” may be displayed
on the user interface LCD while the unit initializes itself.
10.2 Detailed description
■ Basic option
■ To change one or more field settings,
proceed as follows.
This part of field setting determines the basic option of the heat
pump system, so that the control system can select the appropriate
control mode.
● “0-0” Under floor heating terminal: defines whether the system
installations with under floor heating “1” or not “0”.
● “0-1” Fan coil: defines whether the system installations with fan
coil “1” or not “0”.
● “0-2” Sanitary hot water tank: defines whether the system
installations with sanitary hot water tank “1” or not “0”.
● “0-3” Electric heater for sanitary hot water tank: defines whether
an electric heater was assembled in the sanitary hot water tank “1”
or not “0”.
● “0-4” Auxiliary heating source: defines whether there is a boiler as
an auxiliary heating source for the system “1” or not “0”.
● “0-5” Solar kit: defines whether there is a solar kit to heating the
sanitary hot water tank “1” or not “0”.
● “0-6” auxiliary heater: defines whether there are electric heaters
assembled in the indoor unit “1” or not “0”.
● “0-7” Room thermostat: defines whether there is a room thermostat connected with the indoor unit “1” or not “0”.
● “0-8” Fan coil function:defines the function of the fan coil,"0"for
cooling only,"1" for heating and cooling.
■ Priority
Fig.10-2
1 Press the button
to enter FIELD SET MODE .
The SETTING icon
will be displayed. The current selected field
setting code is indicated “8-8-88”, with the set value displayed as the
last 2-digit number .
2 Press the
Prev
button to select the appropriate field setting first
code.
3 Press the
Next
button to select the appropriate field setting second
code.
4 Press the
▲
button and
▼
button to change the set value
This part defines the priority of space heating, space cooling and
sanitary hot water tank heating.
● “1-0” Space heating and sanitary heating priority: defines the
priority of space heating and sanitary heating, “0” for sanitary
heating priority, “1” for space heating priority, and “2” means space
heating and sanitary heating have the same priority.
● “1-1” Space cooling and sanitary heating priority: defines the
priority of space cooling and sanitary heating, “0” for sanitary heating
priority, “1” for space cooling priority.
● “1-2” Heat pump maximum running period for sanitary water tank
heating: specifies the maximum time period during which sanitary
water tank heating can be activated, even when the target sanitary
hot water temperature has not yet been reached..
● “1-3” Solar heating priority: defines the priority sanitary hot water
tank heating by solar kit “1” or by heat pump & electric heater “0”.
■ Disinfection function
of the select field setting.
5 Save the new value by pressing the
OK
button.
Applies only to installations with a sanitary hot water tank.
6 Repeat step 2 through 4 to change other field settings as required.
The disinfection function disinfects the sanitary hot water tank by
periodically heating the sanitary water to a specific temperature.
7 When finished, press the
The disinfection function field settings must be configured by the
installer according to national and local regulations.
button for the second time to exit
FIELD SET MODE.
● “2-0” Operation interval: day(s) of the week at which the sanitary
water should be heated.
NOTE
Changes made to a specific field setting are only stored when
the
OK
button is pressed. Navigating to a new field setting
code or pressing the
I&O Manual
15
button will discard the change made.
● “2-1” Status: defines whether the disinfection function is turned on
(1) or off (0).
● “2-2” Start time: defines the time of the day at which the sanitary
water should be heated.
● “2-3” Set point: defines the hot water temperature to be reached to
realize disinfection function.
T1
● “2-4” Interval: time period defining how long the set point temperature should be maintained.
-“ 5-1”
T1s
Heater 1
OFF
Heater 1
ON
5
-“ 5-1”
"2-4"
TH
"2-3"
Fig.10-5
TU
● “5-3” Auxiliary heater turn on outdoor temperature: specifies the
outdoor temperature below which the auxiliary heater may turn on.
T4
t
"2-2"
Heater Turn OFF
“ 5-3”
“ 5-3” -1
TU User set point temperature (as set on the user interface)
Heater Turn ON
TH High set point temperature “2-03” for disinfection function
t
Time
Fig.10-6
Fig.10-4
■ Auxiliary heating source operation
● “3-0” Temperature difference: defines the temperature difference
between the set temperature and the outlet temperature of indoor
unit, above which the auxiliary heating source such as boiler may be
turned on.
■ Cooling and heating set point range
The purpose of this field setting is to prevent the user from selecting
a wrong (i.e., too hot or too cold) leaving water temperature. Thereto
the heating temperature set point range and the cooling temperature
set point range available to the user can be configured.
CAUTION
● “3-1” Interval: defines the time period after which the auxiliary
heating source such as boiler may be turned on.
In case of a floor heating application, it is important to limit the
maximum leaving water temperature at heating operation according to the specifications of the floor heating installation.
● “3-2” Outdoor temperature: defines the outdoor temperature below
which the auxiliary heating source such as boiler operation may be
allowed.
In case of a floor cooling application, it is important to limit the
minimum leaving water temperature at cooling operation (field
setting of parameter “6-1”) to 16 18 to prevent condensation on
the floor.
● “3-3” Floor heating inlet temperature: defines the temperature
below which the under floor heating may be allowed.
■ Electric heater & HP priority
Applies only to installations with a sanitary hot water tank.
● “4-0” Electric heater delay time: defines the time period behind
which the electric heater of the sanitary hot water tank will be turned
on.
● “4-1” Heat pump start temperature difference: defines the
temperature difference between set temperature and water tank
temperature, below which heat pump turning on will be allowed.
● “4-2” Set point correction for sanitary hot water tank temperature:
specifies the temperature difference above the set temperature for
the electric heater to heating the water tank.
■ Auxiliary heater operation
● “5-0” Auxiliary heater delay time: defines the time period behind
which the auxiliary heater of the indoor unit will be turned on.
● “6-0” Cooling set point upper limit: maximum leaving water
temperature for cooling operation.
● “6-1” Cooling set point lower limit: minimum leaving water temperature for cooling operation.
● “6-2” Heating set point upper limit: maximum leaving water
temperature for heating operation.
● “6-3” Heating set point lower limit: minimum leaving water temperature for heating operation.
● “6-4” Sanitary heating set point upper limit: maximum leaving water
temperature for sanitary heating operation.
● “6-5” Sanitary heating set point lower limit: minimum leaving water
temperature for sanitary heating operation.
■
Others
● “5-1” Auxiliary heater turn on temperature difference 1: defines the
temperature difference between set temperature and water outlet
temperature of indoor unit, below which one of the auxiliary heaters
will be turned on.
● “7-0” Celsius/Fahrenheit switching: “0” for Celsius, and “1” for
Fahrenheit.
● “5-2” Auxiliary heater turn on temperature difference 2: defines the
emperature difference between set temperature and water tank
temperature, below which both of the auxiliary heaters will be turned
on.
● “7-2” Run test function: “0” for run test function disable, and “1” for
run test function disable.
● “7-1” Silent mode running period: defines the running period of
silent mode.
● “7-3” Run test period: specifies the period of run test.
● “7-4” Under floor first time heating function: “0” for disable and “1”
for enable.
● “7-5” Air purge function: “0” for disable and “1” for enable.
● “7-6” Temperature selection: “0” for water out from indoor unit and
“1” for water tank.
I&O Manual
16
■ Field setting table
Table 10-1
First 2nd Setting name
Code Code
Default Range Step Unit
value
Remark
Basic selection
0
floor heating
0
0/1
0-No selection; 1-Selection
1
fan coil or low temperature radiat
0
0/1
0-No selection; 1-Selection
2
sanitary hot water tank
0
0/1
0-No selection; 1-Selection
0/1
0-No selection; 1-Selection
3
0
Electric heater for sanitary hot water tank
1
4
Auxilary Heating source such as gas boiler
0
0/1
0-No selection; 1-Selection
5
Solar kit
0
0/1
0-No selection; 1-Selection
6
Auxiliary heater of indoor unit
1
0/1
0-No selection; 1-Selection
7
Room thermostat
0
0/1
0-No selection; 1-Selection
8
Fan coil function
0
0/1
0-Cooling only, 1-heating
and cooling
0
Space heating and Sanitary heating priority
0
0/1/2
0-Sanitary heating priority,
1- space heating priority,
2 - both
1
Cooling and Sanitary heating priority
0
0/1
0-Sanitary heating priority,
1- Fan coil cooling priority
2
HP Max. Running period for heating sanitary water tank
10
10~95
3
Solar heating priority
0
0/1
Priority
1
5
min
1-solar priority 0-HP priority
Disinfection function
2
-
-
0-Sun, 1-Mon,…,6-Sat, 7-all
1
hr
0-0:00, 1-1:00, … , 23-23:00
0
Operation interval
5(Fri.)
0~7
1
Status
1(ON)
0/1
2
Start time
23:00
0~23
3
Set point temperature
60
50~65
5
4
Interval
10
5~60
5
0-OFF,1-ON
min
Aux. heating resources operation
0
Boiler turn on temperature difference
10
5~15
1
1
Boiler turn on time delay
30
0~95
5
2
Boiler turn on outdoor temperatur
0
-5~35
1
3
Under floor heating inlet temperature upper limit
60
56~70
3
It should satisfied all
min conditions before turning
on boiler
Electric heater & HP priority
4
0
Electric heater delay time
20
20~95
5
1
HP Start Temperature Difference
5
1~20
1
2
Set point correction for Sanitary hot water tank
2
0 5
1
min
Auxiliary Heater Operation
5
0
Auxiliary Heater1/2 turn on time delay
20
5~60
5
1
Auxiliary Heater1 turn on temperature difference
5
2~15
1
2
Auxiliary Heater2 turn on temperature difference
5
2~15
1
3
Auxiliary heater turn on outdoor temperature
0
-5~35
1
1
min
Cooling and heating set point ranges
6
0
Cooling set point upper limit
22
18~22
1
Cooling set point lower limit
7
5~18
1
2
Heating set point upper limit
55
37~55
1
3
Heating set point lower limit
25
15~37
1
4
Sanitary heating set point upper limit
55
38~60
1
5
Sanitary heating set point lower limit
35
35~38
Others
0
Celsius / Fahrenheit switching
7
I&O Manual
17
0
0/1
1
Silent mode
8
1~24
2
Run Test
0
0/1
3
Run Test period
4
8~20
0/1
5
First time floor heating function
Air purge function
8
0
0
0/1
0-Disable; 1-Enable
0-Disable; 1-Enable
6
Temperature selection
0
0/1
0-water out from indoor unit;
1-water tank;
0-Celsius, 1-Fahrenheit
1
hr
0-Disable; 1-Enable
1
min
11. FINAL CHECK
13. ERROR CODE
Before switch on the unit, read following recommendations:
Table 13-1
■ When the complete installation and all necessary settings
have been carried out, close all front panels of the unit and
refit the indoor unit cover.
Error code
E0
Flow switch error( continuous for
3 times, and should be reset by
switch off the power supply )
E1
T2 error
E2
UI communication error
■ The service panel of the control box may only be opened by
a licensed electrician for maintenance purposes.
12. MAINTENANCE
In order to ensure optimal availability of the unit, a number of
checks and inspections on the unit and the field wiring have to
be carried out at regular intervals.
CAUTION
Explanation
E3
Outdoor unit communication error
E4
T2B error
E5
T5 error
E6
T1 error
E7
T1B error
● Before carrying out any maintenance or repair activity, always
switch off the circuit breaker on the supply panel, remove the fuse
or open the protection devices of the unit.
E8
Flow switch one time
E9
TW_in error
● Make sure that before starting any maintenance or repair
activity, also the power supply to the outdoor unit is switched off.
EA
TW_out error
■ The described checks must be executed at least once a
year:
● Water pressure
Check if the water pressure is above 0.3 bar. If necessary add
water.
● Water filter
Clean the water filter.
● Water pressure relief valve
Check for correct operation of the pressure relief valve by turning
the red knob along the valve counter-clockwise:
1.If you do not hear a clacking sound, contact your local dealer.
2.In case the water keeps running out of the unit, close both the
water inlet and outlet shut-off valves first and then contact your
local dealer.
● Pressure relief valve hose
Check that the pressure relief valve hose is positioned appropriately to drain the water.
If the drain pan kit is installed, make sure that the pressure relief
valve hose end is positioned in the drain pan.
Eb
T4 error
Ec
Heat pump error
Ed
Phase protection
EE
Eeprom error
EF
Outdoor unit error
P0
T2 high temperature protection
P1
T2B low temperature protection
P2
TW_out high temperature protection
P3
TW_out low temperature protection
P4
TW_in high temperature protection
P5
T1 high temperature protection
P6
T1B high temperature protection
P7
Outdoor unit protection
P8
Sanitary hot water tank electric heater protection
● Auxiliary heater vessel insulation cover
Check that the auxiliary heater insulation cover is fastened tightly
around the auxiliary heater vessel.
SMK-80/CSD80GN1
Auxiliary
heater I protection
SMK-120/CSD80GN1
SMK-140/CSD80GN1
Auxiliary heater protection
P9
● Sanitary hot water tank pressure relief valve (field supply)
Auxiliary heater II protection
Applies only to installations with a sanitary hot water tank.
PA
Check for correct operation of the pressure relief valve on the
sanitary hot water tank.
Pb
Anti -freezing protection
Pc
Temperature controller error(result from the
conflict between cool mode and heat mode)
● Sanitary hot water electric heater
Applies only to installations with a sanitary hot water tank.
t0~t7
Run test
dF
Defrost
d0
Oil return function
● Indoor unit control box
d1
Sterilize
1.Carry out a through visual inspection of the control box and look
for obvious defects such as loose connections or defective wiring.
Tp
Air purge function
It is advisable to remove lime buildup on the electric heater to
extend its life span, especially in regions with hod water. To do so,
drain the sanitary hot water tank, remove the electric heater from
the sanitary hot water tank and immerse in a bucket (or similar)
with lime-removing product for 24 hours.
2.Check for correct operation of contactors by the use of an
ohmmeter. All of these contactors must be in open position.
Pp
Water pump run for 3 minutes
Fc
Refrigerate
I&O Manual
18
63(&,),&$7,216
Table.14-1
Model
SMK-80/CSD80GN1
Cooling
Nominal
Capacity
SMK-120/CSD80GN1
SMK-140/CSD80GN1
Refer to Technical Data
Heating
8 kW
Rated Input
7.7 kW
12 kW
14 kW
8.2 kW
ElE. Heating ĉ Rated Input
4.0kW(400V)
ElE. Heating ĉ Current
10 A
High
4.4 Mpa
Low
2.6 Mpa
PS
900×500×375mm
Dimensions H×W×D
Net Weight
64kg
63kg
Gross Weight
77kg
75kg
Weight
Connections
Expansion
vessel
Pump
Water Inlet/outlet
1-1/4″MBSP
Water Drain
hose nipple
Refrigerant Liquid Side
Φ9.52 mm(3/8 inch)
Refrigerant Gas Side
Φ15.9 mm(5/8 inch)
Volume
6.5 L
Maximum Working
Pressure(Mwp)
3 bar
Type
water cooled
Sound Pressure Level
32 dBA
Internal Water Volume
6L
3 bar
Pressure Relief Valve Water Circuit
Operation Range- Heating
Water Side
Cooling
+15
Heating
-20
+35
Cooling
+15
+43
Domestic Hot Water
By Heat Pump
-20
+43
Operation
RangeAir Side
Standard
Unit
+7 +22
Power Supply
380-415V~ 50Hz
Nominal Running Current
ElE. Heating ĊRated Input
Backup Heater
ElE. Heating Ċ Current
See outdoor unit installation manual
3.5kW(230V)
15.2A
NOTE
MBSP: Male British Standard Pipe
Sound Pressure Level: At 1 m in front of the unit(free field condition)
I&O Manual
+55
4.0kW(400V)
10 A
E1H
(4.5KW/400V)
Ferrit bead
C O N N E C T TO
H E AT E R B E LT
Unit option
PUMP3
C O N N E C T TO
BOLIER
Model selection (User never allow to alter the factory settings)
C O N N E C T TO
ON/OFF SWITCH
Leakage Protection Switch
must be installed to the Power
Supply of the unit.
C O N N E C T TO O U T D O O R
C O M M U N I C AT I O N P O RT
C O N N E C T TO
OUTDOOR UNIT
E2H
(3.5KW/230V)
C O N N E C T TO
S A N I TA RY TA N K
S A N I TA R Y TA N K
E3H
60.&6'*1
C2
C1
T H E R M O S TAT
PUMP1
Main Control Board
C O N N E C T TO S O L A R
P U M P S TAT I O N
SMK-120/CSD80GN1
SMK-140/CSD80GN1
CHAPTER 2
AIR TO WATER HEAT PUMP
SYSTEM(M-THERMAL)
WIRE CONTROLLER
Thank you very much for purchasing our product,
Before using your unit , please read this manual carefully and keep it for future reference.
Appearance
NOTE
There will be subject to change without prior notice for improvement of the product’s appearance design.
CONTENTS
PAGE
CAUTION
PRECAUTIONS.................................................................................. 21
INTRODUCTION................................................................................ 21
FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS............................................................ 22
NAME AND FUNCTION OF BUTTONS..............................................
22
NAME AND FUNCTION OF ICONS...................................................
25
SETTING UP THE CONTROLLER...................................................... 26
Read the precautions carefully before installation.
Stated below are important safety issues that must be obeyed.
Meanings of all parts are as follows:
Caution Means improper handling may lead to personal
injury or property loss.
Warning Means improper handling may lead to personal
death or severe injury.
DESCRIPTION OF THE OPERATION MODE....................................... 26
CONTROLLER OPERATIONS.............................................................. 27
SCHEDULE TIMER.......................................................................... 30
FIELD SETTING TABLE..................................................................
31
AUXILIARY FUNCTION OF THE CONTROLLER...............................
32
TROUBLE SHOOTING.....................................................................
32
2. INTRODUCTION
The M-Thermal heat pump system is designed to provide you a
comfortable climate for many years at low energy consumption.
To get the most comfort with the lowest energy consumption out of
your system, it is very important to utilize the controller to operate
the heat pump unit.
Defining possible schedule timer actions for each day can help you
minimize the energy consumption. Ask your installer for support if
required.
Make sure the M-Thermal heat pump system works at the
lowest possible hot water temperature required to heat your
house and the “Auxiliary heater turn on outdoor
temperature” is configured correctly.
To optimize this, make sure the “Auxiliary heater turn on
outdoor temperature” is configured to match the installation
environment. Setting this temperature correctly will avoid the
auxiliary heater to operate when the heat pump has sufficient
capacity to heat up your house. Refer to the section of “Field
settings”.
Make sure the sanitary hot water is only heated up to the
sanitary hot water temperature you required. [This
recommendations only apply to installations with an optional
sanitary hot water tank]
Start with a low sanitary hot water set point (e.g. 45 ) by
using the wire controller, and only increase if you feel that
the sanitary hot water supply temperature is not sufficient.
Make sure the sanitary hot water heating only start 1 to 2
hours before you expect sanitary hot water usage. [This
recommendations only apply to installations with an optional
sanitary hot water tank]
In case your only need a lot of sanitary hot water in the
evening or in the morning, only allow sanitary water heating
during early morning and early evening. Also keep hours
with low electricity cost tariffs in mind.
To do this, program the sanitary water heating schedule timer.
Operating the heat pump comes down to operating the wire
controller.
CAUTION
1. PRECAUTIONS
The following contents are stated on the product and the installation
manual, including usage, precautions against personal harm and
property loss, and the methods of using the product correctly and
safely. After fully understanding the following contents (identifiers and
icons), read the text body and observe the following rules.
● Never let the wire controller get wet. This may cause an
electric shock or fire.
● Never press the buttons of the wire controller with a hard,
pointed object. This may damage the wire controller.
● Never inspect or service the wire controller yourself, ask a
qualified service person to do this.
I&O Manual
21
3. FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS
4.1 Cooling/Heating ON/OFF button
The wire controller is a state of the art controller that offers full control
over your installation.
NOTE
Some functions described in this manual may not be available or
should not be available. Ask your installer for more information.
3.1 Basic controller functions
The ON/OFF button starts or stops the heating or cooling function of
the unit.
When the unit is connected with an external room thermostat, this
button is not operable and the icon
is shown .
Pressing the ON/OFF button consecutively too many times may
cause malfunction of the system.
NOTE
Remark that pushing
button has no influence on the sanitary
water heating. Sanitary water heating is only switched on or off by
means of the
button.
The basic controller functions are:
● Turning the unit ON/OFF
● Operation mode change-over:
Space heating
Space cooling
Sanitary water heating
Space heating & Sanitary water heating
Space cooling & Sanitary water heating
4.2 Weekly schedule timer button
w
The main function of this multi-purpose button is to enable/disable the
schedule time.
The button is also used to program the controller. The function of the
button depends on the actual status of the controller or the on
previous actions carried out by the operator.
● Selection of features:
Silent mode
Run test function
Air purge function
4.3 Silent mode button
This button enables or disables silent mode.
Under silent mode, the compressor and the fan of the outdoor unit will
run at lower frequency to reduce the noise of the outdoor unit.
● Temperature set point adjustment
When the unit operates in silent mode, the silent mode icon
be displayed in the screen.
NOTE
The functions “space cooling” , “space heating” and “sanitary water
heating” can only be selected when the corresponding equipment is
installed.
3.2 Clock function
will
The unit will exit silent mode when satisfies either of the following
conditions: (1) Press silent mode button
under silent mode; or (2)
The timer begin to work when the unit operates in the silent mode,
and the unit will exit silent mode when the timer period is longer than
the setting value of “7-1” in “Field settings”.
4.4 Clock setting button
The clock functions are:
● 24 hour real time clock
● Day of the week indicator
This button enables or disenables clock setting.
Under normal mode, press clock setting button
setting interface.
3.3 Schedule timer function
Prev
The schedule timer function allows the user to schedule the operation
of the installation according to a daily or a weekly program.
4. NAME AND FUNCTION OF BUTTONS
to enter the clock
Next
Using
button and
button to switch among weekday, hour,
minute, the switch-over object will be flashed. Using ▲ button and
▼
button to adjust the parameter of the date, hour, and minute.
OK
After adjusting the parameter then press
button to save the
setting and exit clock setting. If press
directly or not press the
OK
button
for 10 seconds, it will exit without saving the setting value.
4.5 Sanitary water heating button
This button
enables or disables heating of the sanitary water.
This button is not used when the sanitary hot water tank is not
installed and “Not available” icon will be displayed on the screen if the
button is pressed. The installation of sanitary water tank needs to
configure the value “0-2” of “Field settings” to be 1.
If sanitary water heating is enablled, the icon
screen.
will be shown in the
When the heat pump is used to heat the sanitary water tank, the
outlet temperature of the indoor unit is set to be 55 and can not be
adjusted..
NOTE
Remark that pushing the
button has no influence on the
sanitary water heating. Sanitary water heating is only switched ON or
OFF by means of the
button.
Fig. 4-1
I&O Manual
22
4.6 Sanitary hot water temperature setting
button
This button enables or disables sanitary water temperature setting,
▼
▲
and should be work together with the
button and
button to
adjust the temperature of sanitary water.
This button is not used when the sanitary hot water tank is not
installed and “Not available” icon will be displayed on the screen if the
button
is pressed.
and
will be shown
When adjusting water temperature, the icons
on the screen, the setting temperature value of water tank will be
displayed as
, the water temperature can be adjusted
▲
▲
▼
through
button and
buttons. Pressing the button
or the
▼
button
every time can adjust 1 . After adjusting sanitary water
OK
temperature, the button
is used to confirm the setting. If the
OK
button
is not pressed after adjusting the sanitary water temperature, the change of the setting will not be accepted by the wire
controller.
Sanitary water tank temperature setting range is from 35 to 60 . If
the setting temperature is below 35 then 35 is used to be the
setting. If the setting temperature is above 60 , then 60 is used to
be the setting.
The default sanitary water temperature is 45
4.7 Space cooling/Space heating button
This button allows manual switching between cooling or heating
mode. The default mode is heating mode.
When the unit is connected with an external room thermostat, this
button is not operable and the icon
is shown.
If the unit is operating in cooling mode then the cooling icon
will
be shown, and if the unit is operating in heating mode then the
heating icon
will be shown. If the unit is not running then the mode
icon will disappear within 5 seconds.
If fan coil is not installed or is not selected by “Field settings”, the
space heating/space cooling button
can only used for space
heating, and the space cooling is not valid. If the button
switches
to the space cooling mode, “Not available” icon will be shown to
indicate that this function is not available.
The display icon for each mode of space cooling, space heating,
sanitary water heating, space cooling & sanitary water heating,space
heating & sanitary water heating is described in table 4-1.
.
Table 4-1
Screen display
Mode
Operation lamp
Remark
Space
cooling
The space cooling icon
is shown.
Operation lamp
lights
Press the ON/OFF
button
to operate or stop space cooling
Space
heating
The space heating icon
is shown.
Operation lamp
lights
Press the ON/OFF
button
to operate
or stop space heating
Press sanitary water heating
button
to switch ON/OFF
for water heating. Under
Sanitary water
heating
The sanitary heating icon is
shown.
Operation lamp
is off
sanitary water heating mode,
the space cooling/space
heating button
is not valid.
Space cooling &
sanitary water
heating
The sanitary water heating
icon
and space cooling
icon
are shown
Press sanitary water heating
Operation lamp
lights
button
to switch ON/OFF for
water heating. Press the
ON/OFF button
to
operate or stop space cooling.
The sanitary water heating
Space heating &
sanitary water
heating
icon
and space heating
icon
are shown.
Operation lamp
lights
Press sanitary water heating
button
to switch ON/OFF
for water heating. Press the
ON/OFF button
to
operate or stop space heating.
I&O Manual
23
4.8 Space cooling/Space heating temperature
setting button
This button enables and disenables the checking function of the
controller.
This button enables or disables space cooling/space heating temperature setting, and should be work together with the ▲ button and
button ▼ to adjust the temperature of the outlet water temperature
of indoor unit.
Press this button press for the first time can check the system
running parameter and malfunction or error code quickly. When it is
checking, press Prev and Next button to cyclic check all the parameters of the system. Press it again will exit the checking.
When adjusting water temperature under cooling mode, the icon
and the icon
are shown. When adjusting water temperature under
heating mode, the icon
and the icon
are shown. The setting
temperature will be displayed as
. The temperature can be
▲
▼
▲
adjusted through
and
buttons. Pressing the button
or the
button ▼ every time can adjust 1 . After adjusting the temperature,
OK
the button
is used to confirm the setting. If the button OK is not
pressed after adjusting the temperature, the change of the setting will
not be accepted by the wire controller.
The exiting checking function condition: (1) press the check button
again press the second time ; or (2) no button press operation for
checking in 30 seconds.
The water temperature setting range is from 7 to 22 for the space
cooling mode. The setting temperature will be 7
if the setting
temperature is below 7 ,and 22 if the setting temperature is above
22 .
The water temperature setting range is from 25 to 55
for the
space heating mode. The setting temperature will be 25 if the setting
temperature is below 25 , and 55 if the setting temperature is
above 55 .
● If the heat pump is used for sanitary water heating, the outlet water
temperature of indoor unit is 55 and cannot be adjusted.
● If fan coil is not installed or is not selected by “Field settings”, the
space heating/space cooling button
can only used for space
heating, and the space cooling is not valid. If the button
switches
to the space cooling mode, “Not available” icon will be shown to
indicate that this function is not available.
4.9 Menu button
The value of the menu can be adjusted when the unit is power on and
the change will be valid only after switch off the power supply and then
switching on the power supply again.
Press
button can enter the setting menu of the controller, such
as priority setting for sanitary hot water heating mode and space
cooling/space heating mode, disinfection function setting, silent mode
setting. When the controller enters the menu setting, the menu icon
will be shown.
Second
level code
Value of code
Fig 4-2
The menu utilize 3-section and 4 number code setting as shown in Fig
4-2. The first code is the first level of the menu; the second code is the
secondary level of the menu, and the third and fourth code is
corresponding values of the previous two codes. The first level menu
is adjusted by Prev button. The secondary level menu is adjusted by
Next
button.
The content (value) of the menu is described by the last two numbers
of the code. If the value of a menu needs to be adjusted, the default
value or▲the previous confirmed value will be displayed first. Using
▼
button
and button
to adjust the value of the setting. When
OK
adjusting the parameter will be flashed, and press
button to
confirm and the value will not be flashed. If the setting change is not
OK
confirming by press
button, all the codes will remain as the
original setting values.
Exit the menu setting: (1) Press the menu button
and exit the
menu setting if the controller is in the menu setting mode. Or (2) no
button press operation for 60 seconds, then it will exit automatically.
4.10 Check button
I&O Manual
This button is used for page up function. In the menu setting function
mode it is used to adjust the first menu code. In the check mode it is
used to page up the parameters to be checked.
Press this button for 10 seconds, the system will enter the first time
running for the floor heating, and the icon
will be flashed slowly.
4.12 Page down button
Next
This button is used for page down function. In the menu setting
function mode it is used to adjust the second menu code. In the check
mode it is used to page down the parameters to be checked.
4.13 Increasing button
▲
When adjusting the setting temperature, press this button will increase
the temperature value. If the button is pressed over 1 second then the
temperature will rise with “1 / ” per 0.2 second.
When adjusting the time, press this button will increases the time
value. If the button is pressed over 1 second then it will rise with “1h”
or “1min” per 0.2 second.
When adjusting the week day value, press this button will increase 1
day.
When adjusting the setting parameters of the menu, press this button
will roll forward the setting parameters.
This button enables and disables menu setting function of the controller.
24
Prev
This button is used for increasing the current value.
NOTE
First level code
4.11 Page up button
4.14 Decreasing button
▼
This button is used for decreasing the current value.
When adjusting the setting temperature, press this button will
decrease the temperature value. If the button is pressed over 1
second then it will decrease with “1 / ” per 0.2 second.
When adjusting the time, press this button will decreases the time
value. If the button is pressed over 1 second then it will decrease with
“1h” or “1min” per 0.2 second.
When adjusting the week day value, press this button will decrease 1
day.
When adjusting the setting parameter of the menu, press this button
will roll backward the parameter setting.
4.15 Confirm button
OK
After changing the value of each setting, press this button to confirm
the change. If forget to press this confirm button, all changing setting
will not be valid, and the unit operates with the original setting.
4.16 Lock button
lock
Press this button for locking all other buttons. If each one of other
buttons is pressed, “Not Available” icon will be shown to indicate
invalid press. Press lock button again can unlock the buttons.
4.17 Reset button
Reset
Press this button to reset the wire controller, and return to factory
default settings.
The clock can not be recovered and the weekly schedule timer will be
cleaned by pressing reset
button.
Reset
5. NAME AND FUNCTION OF ICONS
5.1 Spacing cooling mode icon
This icon indicates the current operation mode is space cooling.
5.2 Spacing heating mode icon
The auxiliary heater provides extra heating capacity in case of low
ambient outdoor temperature (high heating load).
5.13 Second stage auxiliary heater icon
This icon indicates that the second stage auxiliary heater of the
indoor unit is operating when there is a high demand for heating
capacity. The auxiliary heater provides extra heating capacity in case
of low ambient outdoor temperature (high heating load).
This icon indicates the current operation mode is space heating.
5.14 Setting temperature display
5.3 Sanitary water heating icon
The display shows the current set temperature of the installation.
This icon indicates the current operation mode is sanitary water
heating.
When adjusting the temperature setting (the outlet water temperature
of cooling and heating mode, the setting temperature of the sanitary
water tank), the corresponding temperature setting will be displayed.
OK
5.4 Pump icon
This icon indicates that the circulation pump is running.
Exit conditions: (1) After adjusting the temperature, press
button
for confirmation; or (2) no adjusting the temperature setting in 10
seconds then it will exit automatically.
5.5 Compressor icon
5.15 Display temperature
This icon indicates that the compressor in the outdoor unit is active.
The display also used to shows the water outlet temperature of indoor
unit when there is no button press operation.
5.6 Silent mode icon
This icon indicates the current operation mode is silent mode.
Usually the wire controller display the outlet water temperature of the
indoor unit.
5.7 Disinfection icon
Under the check state, it will display the checking information
(temperature or Error code).
This icon indicates that the disinfection mode is active.
5.8 Defrost icon
This icon indicates that the defrost mode is active.
5.16 External heat source icon
External heat source includes solar energy, gas boiler, etc. These
icons indicate that external heat source(s) is (are) installed.
EXTERNAL POWER
When a solar panel is installed, the icon
5.9 Anti-freezing icon
a gas boiler is installed, the icon
EXTERNAL POWER
is shown. When
is shown. When a solar
This icon indicates that the anti-freezing mode is active.
panel and a gas boiler are installed, the icons
5.10 Weekly schedule timer icon
When using solar energy to heat the sanitary water tank icon
will flash slowly; and when use gas boiler for space
are shown.
EXTERNAL POWER
1
2
3
4
▼
SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT
These icons indicate the operation and the date of the weekly sched▼
ule timer. These icons SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT
indicate the date that has
set the schedule timer. These icons
1
2
3
4 indicate the
operation of that day.
After setting the weekly schedule timer function, the corresponding
date will be displayed. When the date that have set the schedule
timer arrive, the lamp of that day will be flashed slowly to indicate that
the day has the action of weekly timer setting.
If some day has set the weekly timing and the date arrived, then the
lights up number of the lamp will be the same as the number of the
weekly timer operation.
For example, in a week, Monday, Thursday and Sunday have been
set weekly schedule timer operations through wire controller, and
Thursday has set 3 weekly timer operations. The lamps of Monday,
Thursday and Sunday will be lightened on the wire controller; and
when it is Thursday, the lamp will be flashed slowly and the
corresponding lamps of 3 timing operations will be lightened.
5.11 Sanitary water tank electric heater
icon
heating icon
EXTERNAL POWER
will flash slowly.
5.17 Room thermostat icon
This icon indicates that an external room thermostat with higher
priority is controlling your installation. This external room thermostat
can start and stop the space heating/cooling operation and change
the operation mode (cooling/heating).
When an external room thermostat with a higher priority is
connected, the schedule timer for space cooling and space heating
will not function.
5.18 Clock display
The clock display shows the current time.
When reading or programming the schedule timer, the clock display
shows the action time.
5.19 Menu code and value display
The first code and the second represent the first level and the
second level menu from the field set list.
This icon indicates that the electric heater of the sanitary water tank
is active. The electric heater provides auxiliary heating for the
sanitary hot water tank.
The last two numbers indicate the value of the first and the second
code.
The electric heater is located in the sanitary hot water tank.
5.20 Operation lamp
The icon is not used when the sanitary hot water tank is not installed.
The operation lamp lights in each one mode of the space cooling,
space heating, space cooling & sanitary water heating, space
heating & sanitary water heating operation, and the operation lamp
will OFF if the unit does not operate in one of the mode among the
space cooling, space heating, space cooling & sanitary water
heating, space heating & sanitary water heating operation.
5.12 First stage auxiliary heater icon
This icon indicates that the first stage auxiliary heater of the indoor
unit is operating when there is a high demand for heating capacity.
I&O Manual
25
while the other operation modes can still be active.
If a malfunction of the unit occurs, the operation lamp
will flash
quickly, and the Error code will be display on the temperature display
icon
.
If the communication malfunction between the controller and the unit
occurs, the operation lamp
will flash quickly.
7. DESCRIPTION OF THE OPERATION MODE
7.1 Space heating operation
In this mode, heating will be active as required by the water temperature set point. The set point can be set manually.
The lamp will switch OFF if the unit is switch off.
7.2 Space cooling operation
5.21 Floor heating inlet temperature icon
This icon indicates the checking parameter is the inlet temperature of
floor heating.
If the floor heating first time heating operates, the icon
slowly.
In this mode, cooling will be activated as required by the water
temperature set point. The set point can be set manually.
will flash
NOTE
5.22 Space cooling & sanitary water heating
icon
&
These two icons indicate the current operation mode are space
cooling and sanitary water heating.
5.23 Space heating & sanitary water heating
icon
&
These two icons indicate the current operation mode are space
heating and sanitary water heating.
Switching between space heating and space cooling operation can
only be done by pressing the
button or by an external room
thermostat.
7.3 Sanitary water heating operation
In this mode, the unit will deliver hot water to the sanitary hot water
tank when the space heating or the space cooling operation has
reached its temperature set point. When necessary, the electric
heater of the tank provides auxiliary heating for the sanitary hot water
tank.
The sanitary hot water temperature set point can be set manually.
5.24 Schedule timer OFF icon
This icon indicates all the operations of the schedule timer are
inactive.
NOTE
5.25 Lock icon
In order to provide sanitary hot water throughout the day, it is
advised to keep the sanitary water heating operation on continuously.
This icon indicates all the buttons of the controller are locked except
button
.
Any sanitary water heating is impossible when the sanitary hot
water tank is not installed.
5.26 Not available icon
When the icon
flashes, hot water is delivered to the
sanitary hot water tank by the solar kit option and not by MThermal unit.
lock
EXTERNAL POWER
This icon is displayed whenever non-installed option is addressed or
a function is not available.
7.4 Space heating & sanitary water heating
&
operation
6. SETTING UP THE CONTROLLER
After initial installation, the user can set the clock and day of the week.
In this mode, the M-Thermal unit provides space heating operation or
sanitary water heating operation according to the priority of these two
modes. The priority of space heating and sanitary water heating is
determined by the value of field settings “1-0”.
The controller is equipped with a schedule timer that enables the user
to schedule operations. Setting the clock and day of the week is
required to be able to use the schedule timer.
7.5 Space cooling & sanitary water heating
operation
&
6.1 Setting the clock
In this mode, the M-Thermal unit provides space cooling operation or
sanitary water heating operation according to the priority of these two
modes. The priority of space cooling and sanitary water heating is
determined by the value of field settings “1-1”.
Hold down the clock button
The clock read-out and the day of week indicator start flashing.
Prev
Using
button or
and minute.
▲
Next
button to switch from week, hour
▼
Using
button or
button to change the parameter of
the day of week, hour and minute.
Press
OK
button to confirm the changes.
To leave this procedure without saving, press the
button.
If no button is pressed for 10 minutes the clock and day of the
week will return to their previous setting.
NOTE
The clock needs to be set manually.
6.2 Setting the schedule timer
To set the schedule timer, refer to the chapter “Schedule timer”.
I&O Manual
26
7.6 Defrost
In space heating operation, sanitary water heating or space heating &
sanitary water heating operation, freezing of the outdoor heat
exchanger may occur due to low outdoor temperature. If this risk
occurs, the system goes into defrost operation. It reverse the cycle
and takes heat from the indoor system to prevent freezing of the
outdoor system. The auxiliary heater installed in the auxiliary heater of
the indoor unit will switch on during the defrost cycle to provide
additional heat, and switch off after the defrost cycle. After a
maximum of 10 minutes of defrost operation, the system returns to its
previous operation.
7.7 Silent mode
Silent mode operation means that the unit works at reduced capacity
so that the noise produced by the unit drops. This implies that the
indoor heating and cooling capacity will also drop. Beware of this
when a certain level heating is required indoors.
7.8 Disinfection function
NOTE
When the icon
appears, the disinfection function is activated. If
the disinfection setting temperature is above 50 , the electric heater
in the sanitary will switch on to provide auxiliary heating.
Remark that pushing the
button has no influence on the
sanitary water heating. Sanitary water heating is only switched on
or off by means of the
button.
7.9 Anti-freezing protection function
When the icon
appears, the anti-freezing protection function
is activated. The unit or the auxiliary heater is operating according to
the control logic of anti-freezing protection function.
According to the steps of section 8.2 to switch on and set space
heating
.
8 CONTROLLER OPERATIONS
According to the steps of section 8.3 to select and set the sanitary
water heating
.
8.1Manual operation
In manual operation, the user manually controls the settings of the
installation. The last setting remains active until the use changes it or
until the schedule timer forces another setting.
As the controller can be used for a wide variety of installations, it is
possible to select a function which is not available on your installation. In that case the icon
will appear.
8.2 Switching on and setting space cooling
and heating
Use the
heating
button to select space cooling
Icon
or
will appears.
or space
Use the
button to go to the water temperature setting
and the corresponding water set temperature will appears.
▲
Use the
button or
temperature.
▼
button to set the desired water
Temperature range for space cooling: 7
Temperature range for space heating: 25
8.4 Switching on and setting space heating &
sanitary water heating
&
to 22 .
Set the value of field setting “1-0” for the priority of space heating
and sanitary water heating
.
The unit will operate according to the priority of space heating and
sanitary water heating
.
8.5 Switching on and setting space cooling &
sanitary water heating
&
According to the steps of section 8.2 to switch on and set space
cooling
.
According to the steps of section 8.3 to select and set the sanitary
water heating
.
Set the value of field setting “1-1” for the priority of space cooling and
sanitary water heating.
The unit will operate according to the priority of space cooling
and sanitary water heating
.
8.6 Selecting silent mode operation
to 55 .
Use the
NOTE
Icon
If the unit operates in sanitary water heating mode, the water
temperature of the indoor unit cannot be adjusted. The default
water temperature is 55 .
Use the
OK
button to confirm the temperature set.
Switch on the unit by pushing the
The operation lamp
button.
NOTE
When the unit is connected to an external room thermostat,
buttons
and
are not operable and icon
is
ROOM
T H E R M O S TAT
shown. In this case, the external room thermostat switches the
unit on or off and determines the operation mode (space cooling
or space heating).
8.3 Selection and setting of sanitary water
heating
Use the
icon
8.7 Displaying temperature and Error code
Push the check button
to goto checking mode and the
corresponding temperature or Error code appears on the position of
icon
.
Use the
code.
lights up.
button to activate silent mode operation.
appears on the display.
Prev
and
Next
buttons to display temperature or Error
The display sequence is as following: return water temperature of
indoor unit, outlet water temperature of refrigerant to water heat
exchanger, outlet water temperature of indoor unit, water tank
temperature, inlet water temperature of floor heating circuit,
refrigerant inlet temperature, refrigerant outlet temperature, water
tank setting temperature, outlet water setting temperature of indoor,
environment temperature of indoor side, the latest three malfunction
or error codes. If the temperature sensor of floor heating inlet circuit
is not installed, as checking this temperature, “--” will be shown in the
place of icon
.
The check and display sequence are described in table 8-1.
button to activate sanitary water heating,
appears on the display.
Use the
button go to the sanitary water tank temperature
setting and the corresponding water set temperature will
appears.
▲
Use the
button or
temperature.
▼
button to set the desired water
Temperature range for sanitary water heating: 35
to 60 .
OK
Use the
button to confirm the temperature set.
Press the
button to deactivate sanitary water heating,
icon
disappears from the display.
I&O Manual
27
Table 8-1
sequence
1
2
3
Content
Return water
temperature
of indoor unit
Refrigerant to
water Heat
exchanger outlet
water
temperature
Outlet water
temperature
of indoor unit
Display method and position
The return water temperature of indoor unit icon
at the position of icon
The heat exchanger outlet water temperature of indoor unit icon
is displayed at the position of icon
The outlet water temperature of indoor unit icon
at the position of icon
4
5
6
Floor
heating
circuit inlet
temperature
Refrigerant
inlet
temperature
of indoor unit
The floor heating circuit inlet temperature icon
at the position of icon
The refrigerant inlet temperature icon
position of icon
appears and the temperature is displayed at the
.
Setting
water tank
temperature
The icons
8
9
Outlet water
Setting
temperature of
indoor unit
12
13
appears and the temperature is displayed
.
The refrigerant outlet temperature icon
11
28
appears and the temperature is displayed at the position
.
Refrigerant
outlet
temperature
Inoor side
temperature
appears and the temperature is displayed
.
7
10
I&O Manual
of icon
of icon
appears and the temperature is displayed at the position
.
and
appear, and the temperature is display at the position of icon
.
The icons
and
appear, and the temperature is display at the position of icon
for the space cooling mode. The icons
the position of icon
and
appear, and the temperature is display at
for the space heating mode
UI senses the temperature at any time and displays at the position of icon
Malfunction or error code is displayed at the position of icon
Malfunction
or error code
appears and the temperature
.
The water tank temperature icon
Water tank
temperature
appears and the temperature is displayed
.
Malfunction or error code is displayed at the position of icon
Malfunction or error code is displayed at the position of icon
.
Checking function can check the recent 3 malfunction or error codes,
the first code is the nearest just happened code. If there is new error
or malfunction, then the first error code will be shifted to the second
place, the new one will take place of it.
When the schedule timer switches space heating or space cooling
OFF, the controller will also be switched off. Note that this has no
influence on sanitary water heating.
If the operation lamp flash quickly that means there is alarm at
present, the first code be checked is the current error code; if the
operation lamp do not flash, then the first code be checked is the error
code that happened before.
8.10 What can the schedule timer NOT do?
Push the check button
again to leaves the checking mode, or
if no button is pressed for 30 seconds the controller leaves the checking mode.
8.8 Schedule timer operation
In schedule timer operation, the installation is controlled by the schedule timer. The actions programmed in the schedule timer will be
executed automatically.
The schedule timer always follows the last command until a new
command is given. This means that the user can temporary overrule
the last executed programmed command by manual operation. The
schedule timer will regain control over the installation as soon as the
next programmed command of the schedule timer comes.
NOTE
The schedule timer can not change the operation mode from space
cooling to space heating or vice versa.
8.11 How to interpret the programmed
actions
To be able to understand the behavior of your installation when the
schedule timer is enablamp, it is important to keep in mind that the
“last” programmed command overrulamp the “preceding”
programmed command and will remain active until the “next”
programmed command occurs.
Example: imagine the actual time is 17:30 and actions are
programmed at 13:00, 16:00 and 19:00. The “last” programmed
command (16:00) overrulamp the “previous” command (13:00) and
will remain active until the “next” programmed command (19:00)
occurs.
So in order to know the actual setting, one should consult the last
programmed command. It is clear that the “last” programmed
command may date from the day before.
w
Only use the
button to enable or disable the schedule timer.
The schedule timer overrules the
button. The
button only overrules the schedule timer until the next
programmed action.
When power returns after a power supply failure, the auto restart
function reapplies the user interface settings at the time of the
power supply failure.
9. SCHEDULE TIMER
w
Under normal state press
button for 5 seconds can open or close
schedule timer function. When schedule timer function is inactive the
icon
is shown.
To leave schedule timer procedure without saving, press the
CAUTION
The programmed schedule is time driven Therefore, it is essential
to set the clock and the day of the week correctly.
The actions programmed in the schedule timer will not be lost
after a power failure so that reprogramming the schedule timer is
not required.
8.9 What can the schedule timer do?
Space cooling and space heating
Switch on the desired mode at a scheduled time. In combination with
a set point. Five actions per weekday can be programmed, totalling 35
actions.
NOTE
When the unit is connected to an external room thermostat, the
schedule timer for space cooling and space heating is overrulamp
by the external room thermostat.
Silent mode
Switch the mode on or off at a scheduled time. Five actions can be
programmed per mode, these actions are repeated daily.
Sanitary water heating
Switch the mode on or off at a scheduled time. Five actions can be
programmed per mode, these actions are repeated daily.
CAUTION
The programmed actions are not stored according to their timing but
according to the time of programming. This means that the action
that was programmed first gets number 1, even though it is executed
after other programmed action numbers.
w
button.
If no button is pressed for 30 seconds the procedure will be finished
and the schedule timer will return to previous setting.
Each cycle has 7 days and starts from Sunday to Saturday, we can
set 5 operations in each day.
9.1 Weekly schedule timer
w
Press
button can enter weekly timer setting state, and enter the
Prev
first step. During weekly timer setting state, press
button can go
Next
back to the previous step, press
button can go on to the next step,
▲
and press
button and ▼ button within each step can adjust the
setting value and Press OK button can save the setting vale.
▼ are flash, and
Step1:The icons of the total week SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT
all the operations of each day of the week are set simultaneously. If the previous settings of each day of the week are the
same, the operation icon is shown. If the previous settings of
each day of the week are not the same, the operation icons are
▲
OFF. Using
button and ▼ button to select week icon
▼
SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT , all the icons of the days of the week with
weekly timer function will be lighted, the selected week day
icon will be flashed, and all the selected week days operation
icons will be lightened. Shift to the week day icon which need to
Next
be set, then press
button to enter to step (2), and then it
will lighten up the icons of selected week day and operation.
Step2: Using
▲
▼
button to select operation icon
, then the selected operation will be
flashed. Shifting to the operation icon which needs to be set,
Prev
Next
then press
to enter step (3), or press
to go back to
step (1).
1
2
button and
3
4
5
▲
▼
▲
▼
Step3: Using
button and
button to set the hour
, then
Next
Prev
press
button to enter step (4), or press
button to go
back to step (2).
Step4: Using
button and
button to set the minute
Next
then press
button to enter step (5), or press
to go back to step (3).
Prev
,
button
I&O Manual
29
Step5: Using
▼
▲
button and
button to select the mode icon
, then the selected operation mode will flash,and
then press Next button to enter step (6), or press
to go back to step (4).
Prev
button
Step6: While entering step (6), icon
will flash. Using ▲ button
▼
or
button to set whether the selected mode of step (5) is
timer ON or timer OFF, once there has selection then the icon
will not flash. If the timer OFF is selected, the icon
will lighten, and the temperature display icon
will
become“
” . If the timer ON is selected, the icon
will
disappear, and the temperature display icon
will
display default or saved temperature. If icon
5 is selected,
press ▼ button or ▲ button can switch to close all modes,
the icon
will lighten and the temperature display icon
will be “ALL”,and all the modes will be lightened. After
finished setting, press Next button will enter to step (7) if it is
Prev
timer ON, or go back to step (1). Press
button will go back
to step (5).
▲
▼
Step7: Using
button or
button to set temperature
,
OK
and press
button to save this setting, then go to step (2)
and begin the next operation setting. If this is the last operation
then will go to step (1) to proceed the next week’s setting. It can
Next
also press
button to go back to step (1), and press
Prev
button to go back to step (6).
9.2 Weekly schedule timer duplicate
˄duplicate the previous day˅
Under normal mode, press
setting interface.
Use
▲
button or
w
button to enter the weekly timer
▼
button to select the day of the week icon
, the selected week day icon will flash, shift to the
day of the week icon which needs to be duplicated, and then press
button
to duplicate the day.
▼
SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT
9.3 Weekly timer cancel
Cancel one day
Under normal mode, press
setting interface.
Use
▲
w
button to enter the weekly timer
▼
button or
button to select the week day icon
, the selected week day icon will flash, shift
to the week day icon which needs to be canceled, and then
press
button to cancel the day.
▼
SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT
Cancel one operation of one day
Under normal mode, press
setting interface.
Use
▲
button or
w
button to enter the weekly timer
▼
Next
button to select the week day icon
SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT , the selected week day icon will flash, shift
to the week day icon which needs to be set, and then press
button to goto step (2).
▼
Use ▲ button or ▼ button to select the operation of week day
icon 1 2
3
4 , the selected operation will be flashed,
shift to the operation which needs to be canceled, and then press
button
to cancel the operation.
9.3 Conflict between manual operation
and weekly schedule timer
When there is conflict between manual operation and
schedule timer function
If the conflict between the manual operation and schedule timer
happens right at the moment of manual operation, then the
manual operation has the higher priority than schedule timer and
the unit will operate according to the manual operation.
If the conflict between the manual operation and schedule timer
30
happens after a period of time of the manual operation, then the
schedule timer has the higher priority than manual operation. The
unit will operate .according to the manual operation for a period and
than switch to operate according to schedule timer when the time of
schedule timer comes.
10. FIELD SETTING TABLE
Table 10-1
First 2nd Setting name
Code Code
Default Range Step Unit
value
Remark
Basic selection
0
0
floor heating
0
0/1
0-No selection; 1-Selection
1
fan coil or low temperature radiat
0
0/1
0-No selection; 1-Selection
2
sanitary hot water tank
0
0/1
0-No selection; 1-Selection
3
Electric heater for sanitary hot water tank
1
0/1
0-No selection; 1-Selection
4
Auxilary Heating source such as boiler
0
0/1
0-No selection; 1-Selection
5
Solar kit
0
0/1
0-No selection; 1-Selection
6
Auxiliary heater of indoor unit
1
0/1
0-No selection; 1-Selection
7
Room thermostat
0
0/1
0-No selection; 1-Selection
8
Fan coil function
0
0/1
0-Cooling only, 1-heating
and cooling
0
Space heating and Sanitary heating priority
0
0/1/2
0-Sanitary heating priority,
1- space heating priority,
2 - both
1
Cooling and Sanitary heating priority
0
0/1
0-Sanitary heating priority,
1- Fan coil cooling priority
2
HP Max. Running period for heating sanitary water tank
10
10~95
3
Solar heating priority
0
0/1
Priority
1
5
min
1-solar priority 0-HP priority
Disinfection function
2
-
-
0-Sun, 1-Mon,…,6-Sat, 7-all
1
hr
0-0:00, 1-1:00, … , 23-23:00
0
Operation interval
5(Fri.)
0~7
1
Status
1(ON)
0/1
2
Start time
23:00
0~23
3
Set point temperature
60
50~65
5
4
Interval
10
5~60
5
0-OFF,1-ON
min
Aux. heating resources operation
0
Boiler turn on temperature difference
10
5~15
1
1
Boiler turn on time delay
30
0~95
5
2
Boiler turn on outdoor temperatur
0
-5~35
1
3
Under floor heating inlet temperature upper limit
60
56~70
1
3
It should satisfied all
min conditions before turning
on boiler
Electric heater & HP priority
4
0
Electric heater delay time
20
20~95
5
1
HP Start Temperature Difference
5
1~20
1
2
Set point correction for Sanitary hot water tank
2
0 5
1
min
Auxiliary Heater Operation
5
0
Auxiliary Heater1/2 turn on time delay
20
5~60
5
1
Auxiliary Heater1 turn on temperature difference
5
2~15
1
2
Auxiliary Heater2 turn on temperature difference
5
2~15
1
3
Auxiliary heater turn on outdoor temperature
0
-5~35
1
min
Cooling and heating set point ranges
6
0
Cooling set point upper limit
22
18~22
1
1
Cooling set point lower limit
7
5~18
1
2
Heating set point upper limit
55
37~55
1
3
Heating set point lower limit
25
15~37
1
4
Sanitary heating set point upper limit
55
38~60
1
5
Sanitary heating set point lower limit
35
35~38
8
1~24
8
Others
0
Celsius / Fahrenheit switching
7
0/1
1
Silent mode
2
Run Test
3
Run Test period
4
First time floor heating function
8~20
0/1
5
Air purge function
0/1
6
Temperature selection
0/1
0/1
0-Celsius, 1-Fahrenheit
1
hr
0-Disable; 1-Enable
1
min
0-Disable; 1-Enable
0-Disable; 1-Enable
0-water out from indoor unit;
1-water tank;
I&O Manual
31
11.5 Auto restart
11. AUXILIARY FUNCTION OF THE
CONTROLLER
Before power off the water heater or wire controller, the wire
controller will automatically record the message of the ON and OFF
state, setting water temperature, weekly schedule timing, field
settings etc. of the units.
11.1 Screen saving function
The action of the screen saving function is to close the backlight of
the controller to save energy.
Enter condition: no button operation in 60 seconds.
Exit condition: there are any button operations.
If the E2 which was used to memorize auto restart messages has
error, the machine will be shut down and the error code will display.
The unit will not permit to switch on again before solving the error.
11.2 Run test mode function
When the indoor unit receives the trail run signal of the wire
controller, the pump PU.I and PU.O (if install) will operate, and then
running each actions for 5minutes (the value of the time can be
adjusted from field settings) in the following sequence: sanitary
water heating, fan coil heating, floor heating, external heat source,
fan coil cooling. After running these actions, the unit will exit trail
running mode automatically and go to the off mode.
During the trial running, every protection is valid and the running
state icon will be displayed.
If the value of field setting “7-2” is set to be 1, then press the check
button
over 5 seconds, the unit will enter the trail running mode.
If the value of field setting “7-2” is set to be 0, the pushing of the
button will not go to trail running mode.
During trial running mode, icons
appear. If the
current action of trail running is sanitary water heating, sanitary
water heating icon
will flash slowly; if the current action is fan coil
heating, the heating icon
will flash slowly; if the current action is
floor heating, the heating icon
and floor heating circuit inlet
temperature icon
will flash slowly at the same time; if the
current action is external heat sources heating, the external heat
sources icon
will flash slowly; and if the current action is the
solar kit heating the solar kit icon
will flash slowly.
ROOM
T H E R M O S TAT
11.3 Lock function
Press the lock button lock will lock the wire controller and the lock
icon
appears at the lower right corner of the controller. Under
locking state, any button operation of wire controller is not workable.
The outlet temperature of the indoor unit, current time, error code
and corresponding running icons will display during lock state.
Under lock state, the back light will lights up and the lock icon
flash if there is any button operations.
When power returns after a power supply failure or after power on
the power supply for the unit, the auto restart function reapplies the
controller settings at the time of the power supply failure or power
off.
will
11.6 Floor heating first time heating function
If the value of “7-4” in the Field setting is set to be “1”, and continuous press Prev button over 10 seconds, the unit will enter the floor
heating first time heating function. In this case, the unit will operate
as the preset floor heating mode.
During the floor heating first time heating mode, the icon
flashes slowly.
11.7 The air purge function for the water
circuit
If the value of “7-5” in the Field setting is set to be “1”, and continuNext
ous press
button over 10 seconds, the unit will enter air purge
function for the water circuit. In this case, all of the 2-way motorized
valve (SV1, SV2, SV3) will be opened, 3 minutes later the pump in
the indoor unit will switch on and running till exit the mode. In this
way, the air in the water circuit will be purged.
Next
After entering the air purge function, continuous press
button
over 10 seconds will exit this function. If the unit encounters power
supply failure during the air purge function mode, the unit will exit
this mode automatically.
After entering the air purge function, the pump icon
operation icon of cooling/heating/sanitary water heating
flash simultaneously.
and the
11.8 Checking the temperature and error code
The controller can check 10 temperature and latest 3 malfunction or
error code. Refer chapter 8.7 “Displaying temperature and Error
code” for more information.
Press the lock button lock again under lock state will unlock the
controller.
12 TROUBLE SHOOTING
11.4 Electric heater of sanitary water tank
manually on/off function
Press the sanitary water tank heating button
over 5 seconds the
electric heater of sanitary water tank will manually switch on and the
icon
will flash.
The manually switch on of sanitary water tank heater is valid only
one time. This means if the water tank temperature reaches the
setting point and then exits the heating operation, it needs to press
the button
over 5 seconds again to manually switch on the
electric heater.
Exit sanitary water tank electrical heating manually switch on
function: (1) the water tank temperature reaches the setting point; or
(2) press
button over 5 seconds again will manually switch off
the electric heater heating operation.
If the sanitary water tank is not installed in the installation and the
value of field setting “0-2” is set to be 0, the manually switch on/off of
the electric heater is not valid. In this case, if the button
is
pressed, "Not available" will appear.
I&O Manual
32
12.1 Guidelines
The guidelines below might help to solve your problem. If
you cannot solve the problem, consult your installer.
No reading on the controller
Check if the mains power is still connected to your installation.
One of the error codes appears
Consult your installer or your local dealer.
The schedule timer does work but the programmed actions are
executed at the wrong time (e.g. 1 hour too late or too early)
Check if the clock and day of the week are set correctly, correct if
necessary.
12.2 Definitions of error codes
If the unit encounters an error, the lamp will flash quickly, and the
current error code will appear at the position of icon
simultaneously. The previously 2 error codes can be checked by the
checking button. The detail of error is described below.
Table 12-1
Error code
Explanation
E0
Flow switch error( continuous for
3 times, and should be reset by
switch off the power supply )
E1
T2 error
E2
UI communication error
E3
Outdoor unit communication error
E4
T2B error
E5
T5 error
E6
T1 error
E7
T1B error
E8
Flow switch one time
E9
TW_in error
EA
TW_out error
Eb
T4 error
Ec
Heat pump error
Ed
Phase protection
EE
Eeprom error
EF
Outdoor unit error
P0
T2 high temperature protection
P1
T2B low temperature protection
P2
TW_out high temperature protection
P3
TW_out low temperature protection
P4
TW_in high temperature protection
P5
T1 high temperature protection
P6
T1B high temperature protection
P7
Outdoor unit protection
P8
Sanitary hot water tank electric heater protection
SMK-80/CSD80GN1
Auxiliary
heater I protection
SMK-120/CSD80GN1
SMK-140/CSD80GN1
Auxiliary heater protection
P9
PA
Auxiliary heater II protection
Pb
Anti -freezing protection
Pc
Temperature controller error(result from the
conflict between cool mode and heat mode)
t0~t7
Run test
dF
Defrost
d0
Oil return function
d1
Sterilize
Tp
Air purge function
Pp
Water pump run for 3 minutes
Fc
Refrigerate
I&O Manual
33
Download PDF

advertising