WH-USER Rev B
User’s Information Manual
Models: WH 55 - 399
 WARNING
If the information in this manual is not followed exactly, a fire or
explosion may result causing property damage, personal injury or
loss of life.
This appliance MUST NOT be installed in any location where
gasoline or flammable vapors are likely to be present.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
• Do not try to light any appliance.
• Do not touch any electric switch; do not use any phone in your
building.
• Immediately call your gas supplier from a near by phone.
Follow the gas supplier’s instructions.
• If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire department.
• Installation and service must be performed by a qualified
installer, service agency, or the gas supplier.
Save this manual for future reference.
Contents
HAZARD DEFINITIONS ..................................................... 2
PLEASE READ BEFORE PROCEEDING ......................... 3
1. PREVENT COMBUSTION AIR CONTAMINATION ..... 4
2. MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE ....................................... 5
Maintenance Procedures ................................................... 6
Boiler Must Be Serviced and Maintained .................... 6
Check Boiler Area ......................................................... 6
Check Pressure Temperature Gauge........................... 6
Check Vent Piping ........................................................ 6
Check Air Piping ........................................................... 6
Check Relief Valve ....................................................... 6
Check Condensate Drain System ............................. 6-7
Test Low Water Cutoff (if installed) .............................. 8
Reset Button (low water cutoff) .................................... 8
Check Boiler Piping (gas and water) ............................ 8
Operate Relief Valve .................................................... 8
Shut Boiler Down .......................................................... 8
3. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ..................................... 9
4. SMART SYSTEM CONTROL MODULE
SMART SYSTEM Control Module ................................... 11
Access Modes ............................................................ 11
Saving Parameters ..................................................... 11
Adjusting Parameters ............................................ 11-12
Status Display Screens ......................................... 13-15
Revision Notes .................................................. Back Cover
Hazard definitions
The following defined terms are used throughout this manual to bring attention to the presence of hazards of various risk levels
or to important information concerning the life of the product.
 DANGER
DANGER indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious
injury.
WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious
 WARNING injury.
CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate
 CAUTION injury.
CAUTION
CAUTION used without the safety alert symbol indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, may result in property damage.
NOTICE
NOTICE indicates special instructions on installation, operation, or maintenance that are important but not
related to personal injury or property damage.
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Please read before proceeding
NOTICE
NOTICE
The Knight Wall Mount Installation and
Operation Manual along with the Knight
Wall Mount Service Manual are for use
only by a qualified heating installer/service
technician. Refer only to this User’s
Information Manual for your reference.
Improper installation, adjustment,
alteration, service or maintenance can
cause property damage, personal injury
(exposure to hazardous materials) or loss
of life. Installation and service must be
performed by a qualified installer, service
agency or the gas supplier (who must
read and follow the supplied instruction
before installing, servicing, or removing
this boiler. This boiler contains materials
that have been identified as carcinogenic,
or possibly carcinogenic, to humans).
When calling or writing about the boiler
– Please have the boiler model and serial
number from the boiler rating plate.
Consider piping and installation when
determining boiler location.
Any claims for damage or shortage in
shipment must be filed immediately
against the transportation company by the
consignee.
Factory warranty (shipped with unit) does
not apply to units improperly installed or
improperly operated.
 WARNING
Failure to adhere to the guidelines on this
page can result in severe personal injury,
death, or substantial property damage.
Boiler service and maintenance –
• To avoid electric shock, disconnect electrical supply
before performing maintenance.
• To avoid severe burns, allow boiler to cool before
performing maintenance.
Boiler operation –
• Do not block flow of combustion or ventilation air to
the boiler. This boiler is equipped with a control which
will automatically shut down the boiler should air or
vent be blocked. If vent or air blockage is easily
accessible and removable, remove it. The boiler should
attempt to restart. If blockage is not obvious or cannot
be removed, have the boiler and system checked by a
qualified service technician.
• Should overheating occur or gas supply fail to shut off,
do not turn off or disconnect electrical supply to the
circulator. Instead, shut off the gas supply at a location
external to the appliance.
• Do not use this boiler if any part has been under water.
The possible damage to a flooded appliance can be
extensive and present numerous safety hazards. Any
appliance that has been under water must be replaced.
Boiler water –
• Thoroughly flush the system (without boiler
connected) to remove sediment. The high-efficiency
heat exchanger can be damaged by build-up or
corrosion due to sediment.
• Do not use petroleum-based cleaning or sealing
compounds in the boiler system. Gaskets and seals in
the system may be damaged. This can result in
substantial property damage.
• Do not use “homemade cures” or “boiler patent
medicines”. Serious damage to the boiler, personnel,
and/or property may result.
• Continual fresh make-up water will reduce boiler life.
Mineral buildup in the heat exchanger reduces heat
transfer, overheats the stainless steel heat exchanger,
and causes failure. Addition of oxygen carried in by
makeup water can cause internal corrosion. Leaks in
boiler or piping must be repaired at once to prevent
makeup water.
Freeze protection fluids –
• NEVER use automotive antifreeze. Use only inhibited
propylene glycol solutions, which are specifically
formulated for hydronic systems. Ethylene glycol is
toxic and can attack gaskets and seals used in hydronic
systems.
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Prevent combustion air contamination
 WARNING
 WARNING
If the boiler combustion air inlet is located
in any area likely to cause contamination,
or if products which would contaminate
the air cannot be removed, you must
have the combustion air and vent
re-piped and terminated to another
location.
Contaminated combustion
air will damage the boiler, resulting in
possible severe personal injury, death, or
substantial property damage.
If the boiler combustion air inlet is located
in a laundry room or pool facility, for
example, these areas will always contain
hazardous contaminants.
Pool and laundry products and common household
and hobby products often contain fluorine or chlorine
compounds. When these chemicals pass through the boiler,
they can form strong acids. The acid can eat through the
boiler wall, causing serious damage and presenting a possible
threat of flue gas spillage or boiler water leakage into the
building.
Please read the information listed in Table 1A. If
contaminating chemicals will be present near the location of
the boiler combustion air inlet, have your installer pipe the
boiler combustion air and vent to another location, per the
Knight Wall Mount Installation and Operation Manual.
Table 1A Corrosive Contaminants and Sources
Products to avoid:
Spray cans containing chloro/fluorocarbons
Permanent wave solutions
Chlorinated waxes/cleaners
Chlorine-based swimming pool chemicals
Calcium chloride used for thawing
Sodium chloride used for water softening
Refrigerant leaks
Paint or varnish removers
Hydrochloric acid/muriatic acid
Cements and glues
Antistatic fabric softeners used in clothes dryers
Chlorine-type bleaches, detergents, and cleaning solvents
found in household laundry rooms
Adhesives used to fasten building products and other
similar products
Areas likely to have contaminants
Dry cleaning/laundry areas and establishments
To prevent the potential of severe
 WARNING
personal injury or death, check for areas
and products listed in Table 1A before
installing the boiler or air inlet piping.
Swimming pools
Metal fabrication plants
Beauty shops
If contaminants are found, you MUST:
• Remove contaminants permanently.
—OR—
• Relocate air inlet and vent
terminations to other areas.
Refrigeration repair shops
Photo processing plants
Auto body shops
Plastic manufacturing plants
Furniture refinishing areas and establishments
New building construction
Remodeling areas
Garages with workshops
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Maintenance schedule
Service technician
(see the Knight Wall Mount Service Manual)
Owner maintenance
(see pages 6 - 8 for detailed instructions)
General:
• Reported problems
• Inspect interior; clean and vacuum if
necessary
• Check boiler area
Daily
• Check pressure/temperature
gauge
• Clean condensate trap and fill with fresh
water
• Check for leaks (water, gas, flue,
condensate)
• Check vent piping
ANNUAL START-UP
• Verify flue and air lines in good condition
and sealed tight
• Check air piping
• Check system water pressure/system
piping/expansion tank
• Check control settings
Monthly
• Check air and vent termination
screens
• Check relief valve
• Ignition and flame sense electrodes
(sand off any deposits; clean and
reposition)
• Check condensate drain system
• Wiring and connections
• Perform start-up checkout and
performance verification per Section 10
in the Knight Wall Mount Installation and
Operation Manual.
• Test low water cutoff (if used)
Periodically
• Reset button (low water cutoff)
• Flame inspection (stable, uniform)
• Flame signal (at least 4 mA)
• Clean the heat exchanger if flue
temperature is more than 54°F above
return water temperature.
Every
6 months
• Check boiler piping (gas and
water) for leaks
• Operate relief valve
If combustion or performance
indicate need:
• Clean heat exchanger
• Remove and clean burner using
compressed air only
End
of season
months
• Shut boiler down (unless boiler
used for domestic hot water)
• Clean the blower wheel
 WARNING
Follow the maintenance procedures given throughout this manual. Failure to perform the service and
maintenance or follow the directions in this manual could result in damage to the boiler or system,
resulting in severe personal injury, death, or substantial property damage.
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Maintenance schedule
Maintenance procedures
Read the list of potential materials listed in Table 1A on
page 4 of this manual. If any of these products are in the
room from which the boiler takes its combustion air, they
must be removed immediately or the boiler combustion
air (and vent termination) must be relocated to another
area.
Boiler must be serviced and maintained
 WARNING
NOTICE
The boiler must be inspected and started
annually at the beginning of the heating
season by a qualified service technician.
In addition, the maintenance and care
of the boiler designated on page 5 of this
manual and explained on pages 6 through
8 must be performed to assure maximum
boiler efficiency and reliability. Failure to
service and maintain the boiler and system
could result in equipment failure, causing
possible severe personal injury, death, or
substantial property damage.
The following information provides
detailed instructions for completing
the maintenance items listed in the
maintenance schedule on page 5. In
addition to this maintenance, the boiler
must be serviced and started up at the
beginning of each heating season by a
qualified service technician.
Check boiler area
 WARNING
To prevent potential of severe personal
injury, death, or substantial property
damage, eliminate all materials discussed
below from the boiler vicinity and the
vicinity of the boiler combustion air inlet.
If contaminants are found:
Remove products immediately from the
area. If they have been there for an
extended period, call a qualified service
technician to inspect the boiler for possible
damage from acid corrosion.
If products cannot be removed,
immediately call a qualified service
technician to re-pipe vent and air piping
and locate vent termination/air intake
away from contaminated areas.
1.
2.
Combustible/flammable materials -- Do not store
combustible materials, gasoline or any other flammable
vapors or liquids near the boiler. Remove immediately if
found.
Air contaminants -- Products containing chlorine or
fluorine, if allowed to contaminate the boiler intake air,
will cause acidic condensate in the boiler. This will cause
significant damage to the boiler if allowed to continue.
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Check pressure/temperature gauge
1.
Make sure the pressure reading on the boiler pressure/
temperature gauge does not exceed 24 psi. Higher
pressure may indicate a problem with the expansion
tank.
2.
Contact a qualified service technician if problem persists.
Check vent piping
1.
Visually inspect the flue gas vent piping for any signs of
blockage, leakage, or deterioration of the piping. Notify
your qualified service technician at once if you find any
problems.
 WARNING
Failure to inspect the vent system as noted
above and have it repaired by a qualified
service technician can result in vent system
failure, causing severe personal injury or
death.
Check air piping
1.
Visually inspect the air inlet termination to be sure it is
unobstructed. Inspect the entire length of air piping to
ensure piping is intact and all joints are properly sealed.
2.
Call your qualified service technician if you notice any
problems.
Check relief valve
1.
Inspect the boiler relief valve and the relief valve
discharge pipe for signs of weeping or leakage.
2.
If the relief valve often weeps, the expansion tank may
not be working properly. Immediately contact your
qualified service technician to inspect the boiler and
system.
Check condensate drain system
Inspect/check condensate lines and fittings
1. Inspect the condensate drain line, condensate fittings and
condensate trap.
2. Fill condensate trap with enough water to make the ball
float (FIG. 2-1).
3. Loosen compression fitting (FIG. 2-1).
4. Slide condensate trap onto condensate drain at the
bottom of the unit.
5. Tighten compression fitting.
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The condensate trap (FIG. 2-1) must have
 WARNING the float ball in place during all times of
boiler operation to avoid flue gas emission
from the condensate drain line. Failure to
ensure the float ball is in place could result in
severe personal injury or death.
NOTICE
Clean/Inspect Trap Assembly
1. Remove the clean out cap on the bottom of the trap. Let
the condensate and any debris drain out.
NOTICE
2. Refill the trap according to the instructions on page 6.
Figure 2-1 Condensate Trap
Use materials approved by the authority
having jurisdiction. In the absence of
other authority, PVC and CPVC pipe
must comply with ASTM D1785 or D2845.
Cement and primer must comply with
ASME D2564 or F493. For Canada use
CSA or ULC certified PVC or CPVC pipe,
fittings, and cement.
To allow for proper drainage on large
horizontal runs, a second line vent may
be required and tubing size may need to
increase to 1 inch.
The condensate line must remain
unobstructed, allowing free flow of
condensate. If condensate is allowed to
freeze in the line or if the line is obstructed
in any other manner, condensate can exit
from the boiler tee, resulting in potential
water damage to property. Call your
qualified service technician to inspect
the boiler and system.
COMPRESSION
FITTING
FLOAT BALL
CONDENSATE
DRAIN
REMOVABLE CAP TO
CLEAN OUT TRAP
6. A condensate removal pump is required if the boiler is
below the drain. When installing a condensate pump,
select one approved for use with condensing boilers
and furnaces. The pump should have an overflow
switch to prevent property damage from condensate
spillage. Call your qualified service technician to inspect
the boiler and system.
Figure 2-2 Condensate Disposal
Condensate disposal
1. This boiler is a high efficiency appliance that produces
condensate.
2. The bottom of the boiler has a 1 1/4 inch pipe for
connection of the condensate trap (FIG. 2-2).
3. Slope condensate tubing down and away from the
boiler into a drain or condensate neutralizing filter.
Condensate from the Knight wall mount boiler will be
slightly acidic (typically with a pH from 3 to 5). Install
a neutralizing filter if required by local codes.
A Neutralizer Kit is available from the factory (Kit
3087).
4. Do not expose condensate line to freezing temperatures.
5. Use only plastic tubing or piping as a condensate drain
line (FIG. 2-2).
CONDENSATE DRAIN CONNECTION ROUTE TO FLOOR DRAIN OR
NEUTRALIZING FILTER USING
3/4" CORRUGATED TUBING
CONDENSATE
TRAP
REMOVABLE CAP
FOR CLEANING TRAP
SECURE INTO
CONDENSATE DRAIN
STAND PIPE
CONDENSATE DRAIN
STAND PIPE
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Test low water cutoff (if installed)
1.
If the system is equipped with a low water cutoff,
test the low water cutoff periodically during the heating
season, following the low water cutoff manufacturer’s
instructions.
Reset button (low water cutoff)
1.
2.
Read the boiler pressure/temperature gauge to make
sure the system is pressurized. Lift the relief valve
top lever slightly, allowing water to relieve through
the valve and discharge piping.
3.
If water flows freely, release the lever and allow the valve
to seat. Watch the end of the relief valve discharge pipe
to ensure that the valve does not weep after the line has
had time to drain. If the valve weeps, lift the seat again to
attempt to clean the valve seat. If the valve continues to
weep afterwards, contact your qualified service
technician to inspect the valve and system.
4.
If water does not flow from the valve when you lift the
lever completely, the valve or discharge line may be
blocked. Immediately shut down the boiler, following
the operating instructions on pages 9 and 10 of this
manual. Call your qualified service technician to inspect
the boiler and system.
Testing the low water cutoff shuts the unit off. Press the
RESET button on the low water cutoff to turn the unit
back on.
Check boiler piping (gas and water)
1.
Remove the boiler front access door and perform a gas
leak inspection per steps 1 through 7 of the Operating
Instructions on pages 9 and 10. If gas odor or leak is
detected, immediately shut down the boiler following the
procedures on pages 9 and 10. Call a qualified service
technician.
2.
Visually inspect for leaks around water piping.
Also inspect the circulators, relief valve, and fittings.
Immediately call a qualified service technician to repair
any leaks.
Have leaks fixed at once by a qualified
service technician. Failure to comply could
result in severe personal injury, death, or
substantial property damage.
Replace the front access door.
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3.
Operate relief valve
1.
Before proceeding, verify that the relief valve outlet has
been piped to a safe place of discharge, avoiding any
possibility of scalding from hot water.
 WARNING
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To avoid water damage or scalding due
to valve operation, a metal discharge
line must be connected to the relief
valve outlet and run to a safe place of
disposal. This discharge line must be
installed by a qualified heating installer or
service technician in accordance with the
instructions in the Knight Wall Mount
Installation and Operation Manual. The
discharge line must be terminated so as
to eliminate possibility of severe burns
or property damage should the valve
discharge.
Shut boiler down (unless boiler is used
for Domestic Water)
1.
Follow “To Turn Off Gas to Appliance” on pages 9 and 10
of this manual.
2.
Do not drain the system unless exposure to freezing
temperatures will occur.
3.
Do not drain the system if it is filled with an antifreeze
solution.
4.
DO NOT shut down boilers used for domestic water
heating, they must operate year-round.
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Operating instructions
Figure 3-1 Operating Instructions - Models 55 - 285
o
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Figure 3-2 Operating Instructions - Model 399
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Knight wall mount control module
Use the control panel (FIG. 4-1) to set temperatures, operating conditions, and monitor boiler operation.
Figure 4-1 Control Panel
NAVIGATION DIAL
The information on the bottom of the display shows the functions of the two SELECT keys (on either corner), and the
NAVIGATION dial (in the center): MENU = Left SELECT Key
SETPOINTS = NAVIGATION Dial - Pressing Down
SHDN = Right SELECT Key
Access modes
NOTICE
Please note that the brackets ([]) denote
screen status.
Adjusting parameters
CAUTION
User
The user can adjust space heating and tank target temperatures
by pressing the NAVIGATION dial when “SETPOINTS” is
flashing at the bottom of the display. The user can adjust
the date and time, night setback override,temperature units,
and night setback override (if active) by pressing the LEFT
SELECT [MENU] key for 5 seconds. When the user password
“0000” appears, then press the RIGHT SELECT [SAVE] key
(do not change the password).
Installer
Most parameters are available only to the installer, accessible
only by entering the installer password, see the Knight Boiler
Service Manual.
Saving parameters
Press the RIGHT SELECT [SAVE] key one time to return to
the parameter listing. Press the RIGHT SELECT [HOME]
key again to store the new settings and return to the Status
Screen.
Before changing parameters, note the
settings so that the unit can be returned to
its original operating parameters.
Time and date
The control uses an internal clock for the night setback feature
and for logging of events. For these features to work properly,
the clock must be set when the boiler is first installed or any
time the boiler has been powered off for more than four (4)
hours. This parameter must be accessed to set the clock.
NOTICE
The internal clock does not adjust for
Daylight Savings Time and therefore, will
require a manual adjustment.
To set the clock, access the clock menu as described in the
User section. Rotate the NAVIGATION dial (if needed) until
the arrow (>) is pointing to “TIME & DATE”. Press the
NAVIGATION dial once. If the date and time are incorrect,
press the NAVIGATION dial again. The hours value will
begin flashing. Rotate the NAVIGATION dial until the hour
and AM/PM values are correct. Press the NAVIGATION
dial again. The minutes value will begin flashing. Rotate
the NAVIGATION dial to adjust the minutes. Repeat this
procedure to adjust the month, date and year. Save the new
settings as described in the Saving Parameters section (this
page).
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Night Setback Override
Any Night Setback On trigger currently active or scheduled
within the next seven (7) days can be skipped. To skip a trigger,
press the MENU key for 5 seconds. Once password “0000”
appears, press the SAVE key. Rotate the NAVIGATION dial
to NSB OVERRIDE, and press the NAVIGATION dial. A list
of the current (if active) and upcoming NSB On triggers will
appear. Rotate the NAVIGATION dial to select the trigger
you wish to skip and press the NAVIGATION dial. “SK” will
appear next to that trigger. You can rotate the NAVIGATION
dial again to select another trigger if you wish. If you wish to
reinstate a skipped trigger, re-select that trigger and press the
NAVIGATION dial again. The “SK” next to that trigger will
disappear. Press the HOME key to save these skipped triggers.
If you selected any currently active trigger(s), the current Night
Setback will be cancelled.
Temperature Units
The control can be configured to display temperature in
either °F or °C. This parameter can be changed by the user
or the installer by accessing the Temperature Units parameter.
The default is °F. To change the temperature units, access
the clock menu as described in the User section (page 11).
Rotate the NAVIGATION dial until the arrow (>) is pointing
to “TEMPERATURE UNIT °F”. Press the NAVIGATION
dial once. The temperature unit will begin to flash. Rotate
the NAVIGATION dial until the desired temperature unit
is shown. Save the new setting as described in the Saving
Parameters section (page 11).
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Space heating (SH1, SH2, SH3) and tank set points
CAUTION
Mixing valves are required for the
protection of any low temperature loops.
There are three (3) individual user set points for better zone
control. These are listed as SH1 Set Point through SH3 Set
Point. If multiple set points are calling for heat the highest set
point has priority. The range is SH Minimum Set point to SH
Maximum Set point. The default is 125°F (52°C).
By installing a tank sensor, the SMART SYSTEM control can
perform the tank thermostat function. The SMART SYSTEM
control automatically detects the presence of this sensor, and
generates a DHW call for heat when the tank temperature
drops below the tank set point differential (Tank Set point
Differential parameter), and finishes the call for heat when
the tank temperature reaches tank set point + offset. This
parameter can be changed by the installer by accessing the
DHW Tank Set point parameter. The temperature range of
this parameter is 60°F (16°C) to tank maximum set point. The
default value is 125°F (52°C).
Press the NAVIGATION dial once. A menu will appear
showing the SH1, SH2, SH3, and DHW Set Points. Rotate
the NAVIGATION dial until the arrow (>) is pointing to
the setting you wish to change. Press the NAVIGATION dial
again. The value of the selected setting will begin to flash.
Rotate the NAVIGATION dial to adjust the value. Save the
new setting as described in the Saving Parameters section
(page 11).
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Figure 4-2 Status Display Screen
B
A
(CALL FOR
HEAT)
(BOILER
STATUS)
C
(OPERATIONAL
INFORMATION)
F
D
(RIGHT SELECT KEY)
(LEFT SELECT
KEY)
E
(NAVIGATION DIAL)
Status Display Screens
Section
A
(Boiler Status
Bar)
Display
Description
STANDBY
The unit has not received a call for heat from a remote thermostat nor
has it received a call for heat from a DHW thermostat.
START
The unit has begun a burn cycle and is checking all safety circuits.
PREPURGE
The unit has initiated a 10 second purge period on a call for heat.
IGNITION
The unit has begun a 4 second spark period to ignite the main burner.
%
The unit has fired and is running at the displayed percentage.
POSTPURGE
The call for heat has been satisfied and the unit runs the fan for an
additional 10 seconds to clear the combustion chamber and vent
system of residual flue products.
SHUTDOWN
The unit has been placed in the OFF position.
SETPOINT MET
The controlled temperature has exceeded its set point and its offset.
BLOCKED
The unit has detected a condition that has temporarily interrupted
the current call for heat.
Room Thermostat 1 has a call for heat.
Room Thermostat 2 has a call for heat.
B
(Call for Heat
Indicators)
Room Thermostat 3 has a call for heat.
The tank thermostat or sensor has a call for heat.
Indicates which room thermostat demand shows priority.
The unit is being controlled by a 0 - 10V BMS signal.
The member unit is supplying heat while in Cascade Mode.
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Status Display Screens (cont’d)
Display
Section
C
(Operational
Information)
D
(LEFT SELECT
key function)
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Description
SYSTEM:
The temperature read by the system supply sensor (if connected).
TANK:
The temperature read by the tank sensor (if connected).
OUTDOOR:
The temperature read by the outdoor sensor (if connected).
INLET TEMP:
The temperature read at the inlet to the heat exchanger.
OUTLET TEMP:
The temperature read at the outlet of the heat exchanger.
DELTA T:
The temperature difference between the inlet and the outlet of the
heat exchanger.
FLUE TEMP:
The temperature read by the flue sensor.
FLAME CURRENT:
The current measured by the flame sense circuit.
FAN SPEED:
The speed of the combustion blower.
BOILER PUMP:
The status of the boiler pump output.
SYSTEM PUMP:
The status of the system pump output.
DHW PUMP:
The status of the DHW pump output.
BMS VOLTAGE:
The voltage received from a BMS system.
BLR PUMP OUTPUT:
The speed signal sent to a variable speed boiler pump in percent.
SYS PUMP INPUT:
The speed signal received from a variable speed system pump control.
RATE OUTPUT:
A 0 - 10V signal indicating the firing rate of the boiler.
SH RUN HOURS:
The total hours of operation in the Space Heating Mode.
SH CYCLES:
The total burner cycles in the Space Heating Mode.
DHW RUN HOURS:
The total hours of operation in the DHW Mode.
DHW CYCLES:
The total burner cycles in the DHW Mode.
LAST 10 FAULTS NO:*
The last 10 lockouts.
MENU
Press and hold the LEFT SELECT key for 5 seconds to enter the Menu
Screen.
EXIT
Press the LEFT SELECT key to exit the current screen or setting.
YES
Press the LEFT SELECT key to confirm that the boiler needs to
shutdown.
LIMITS
Press the LEFT SELECT key to enter the screen that allows you to
adjust the limit settings.
HOME
Press the LEFT SELECT key to return to the Status Screen and upload
parameter changes.
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Status Display Screens (cont’d)
Display
Description
Section
Turning the NAVIGATION dial will select the next or previous Status
Screen.
Pressing the NAVIGATION dial will show the next fault, NSB (Night
Setback) trigger, or ramp delay setting.
Pressing the NAVIGATION dial will select the setting indicated by
the cursor.
E
(NAVIGATION
Dial Function)
Pressing the NAVIGATION dial will display the Set Points Screen.
Turning the NAVIGATION dial will move the cursor up or down.
Turning the NAVIGATION dial will increase or decrease the current
setting.
F
(RIGHT SELECT
key function)
SHDN
Press the RIGHT SELECT key to turn the boiler OFF.
ON
Press the RIGHT SELECT key to turn the boiler ON.
NO
Press the RIGHT SELECT key to cancel the shutdown operation.
SAVE
Press the RIGHT SELECT key to save the current change.
HOME
Press the RIGHT SELECT key to return to the Status Screen and
upload parameter changes.
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Revision Notes: Revision A (ECO C06854) initial release.
Revision B (ECO C07072) reflects the update of the User
information in the SMART SYSTEM control module “Access
modes” section on page 11 and user information in the “Night
Setback Override” section on page 12.
WH-USER Rev B
01/11