PRODUCT DATA COMFORT 1200 BY NILAN Ventilation & passive heat recovery Commercial Passive heat recovery Ventilation < 1400 m3/h COMFORT 1200 The Comfort 1200 is a ventilation unit suitable for central ventilation of residential buildings, schools, offices and business facilities with a ventilation requirement of up to 1400 m3/h. Every component has been carefully selected with a view to unsurpassed quality and each component is tested throughout the entire production process, as are the finished units before leaving the factory. This quality control reflects our high standards, which not only exceed market requirements but also take them several steps further. Modulating bypass An automatic bypass valve directs the fresh air past the heat exchanger when waste heat recovery is not necessary, thus conserving energy. Automatic control The Comfort 1200 is supplied with an integrated CTS 602 control, which is operated by the enclosed control panel. The modern CTS 602 control communicates Modbus RTU RS485. A CTS system using this type of communication can easily be connected to the device. Filters The Comfort 1200 is supplied with bag filters. An M5 filter in the air exhaust and an F7 filter for fresh air are supplied as standard. The CTS 602 control has a built-in timer controlled alarm for change of filter. It is possible to install a pressure controlled filter monitor (accessorie). Doors The large doors allow easy access for the changing the filters, as well as for servicing of the unit. Frost protection An electric heater can be purchased for frost protection. This prevents the formation of ice in the counterflow heat exchanger in the event of long periods of frost. 2 COMFORT 1200 BY NILAN Counterflow heat exchanger Heat recovery is achieved by two counter flow heat exchangers made of highly corrosion resistant marine aluminium. The counterflow heat exchangers have an energy efficiency of more than 80% and prevent odours being transferred from the extracted air to the supply air. The CTS 602 control allows for cooling recovery. Plug fans The two fan sections consist of energy-efficient EC motors with built-in motor controllers operated by a 0-10V signal. The efficient fan wheels haverear facing impellers and are extremely quiet. Construction The Comfort 1200 is housed in a strong frame structure of Aluzinc with 50 mm insulation. Base The Comfort 1200 is delivered with a robust, built-in base. Heating elements External water or electric heating elements, regulated by the CTS 602 control, can be purchased. Pressure control The extraction and/or supply fan can be operated with the aid of a pressure transmitter. The water-heating surface can be built into the unit. 3 COMFORT 1200 Technical specifications Dimensions (W x D x H) 1815 x 825 x 970 mm Weight 230 kg Min. Airvolume 400 m3/h Max. Airvolume 1400 m3/h Power consumption 500W Power supply 230 V (±10 %), 50/60 HZ Max. phase 13 A Standby power 4W Plate type casing Aluzinc steel plate Heat exchanger type Aluminium counterflow heat exchanger Filter class Standard bagfilters M5 Extract air and F7 Fresh air Duct connections Ø 315 mm Condensate drain PVC, Ø 20×1.5 mm External leakage underpressure (*1) < 1.45 % External leakage overpressure (*2) < 2.14 % Internal leakage (*3) < 2.90 % Tightness class IP31 *1 At ± 250 Pa and 1200 m3/h according EN 308/EN 13141-7. *2 At ± 100 Pa and 1200 m3/h according EN 308/EN 13141-7. *3 At ± 100 Pa and 1200 m3/h according EN 308/EN 13141-7. Motor and motor control Motor type EC-Engine Motor class in accordance with IEC 60034-30 IE3 (Premium efficiency) Voltage input 1 x 230 V Current overload protection Built-in Control signal with third party control system 0 - 10 V DC Fluid temperature (air) -20 / +40 °C Ambient temperature (operating) -20 / +40 °C 4 COMFORT 1200 BY NILAN Functional diagram TC T3 3 T2/T7 6 2 T9 T8 1 T10 T7 T4 4 5 Connections Automation T2/T7: Supply air sensor T9/TC: Heating element frost protection T3: Extract air sensor T4: Discharge air and defrost sensor T8: Fresh air sensor T10: Room sensor 1: Fresh air 2: Supply air 3: Extract air 4: Discharge air 5: Condensate drain 6: Electric and water heating 5 PLANNING DATA Nilan units are tested in accordance with the valid standards of accredited independent test institutes. Capacity Capacity of standard unit as a function of qv and Pt, ext. SFP values according to EN 13141-7 are for standard units with M5-filter in extract air, F7-filter in fresh air and no heating element. SFP values comprise the unit´s total power comsumption incl. control. Conversion factor: J/m3 3600 = W/m3/h Pt ext [Pa] 600 500 400 300 2100 J/m3 1800 J/m3 200 1500 J/m3 1000 J/m3 100 qv [m3/h] 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 qv [l/s] 100 150 200 250 300 350 6 400 450 500 COMFORT 1200 BY NILAN Temperature efficiency Temperature efficiency for unit with counterflow heat exchanger according to EN308 (dry). Temperature efficiency EN308: ɳ t = (tsupply air-tfresh air)/(textract air-tfresh air) ηt (%) 100 95 90 85 80 75 70 65 qv [m3/h] 60 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 qv [l/s] 60 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 Sound data Sound data for qV = 1200 m3/h and Pt, ext = 250 Pa according to EN 9614-2 for surfaces and EN 5136 for ducts. Sound output level LWA drops with falling air volume and falling back pressure. Sound output level LpA at a given distance will depend on acoustic conditions in the place of installation. Sound output level (LWA) Oktavband Hz Surface dB(A) Supply air dB(A) Extract air dB(A) Fresh air dB(A) Discharge air dB(A) 63 48 66 58 59 65 125 46 63 57 58 63 250 44 69 64 66 68 500 33 69 60 61 67 1.000 26 71 54 54 71 2.000 27 71 50 51 72 4.000 28 66 47 47 69 Total ±2 dB(A) 51 77 67 69 77 7 PLANNING DATA Heating elements (accessory) Water heating element (for internal fitting) Entreprenøren skal sørge for frostsikring af rørinstallationen Mixer proposal Forslagcircuit til blandekreds 70°C 40°C CTS Brugerpanel CTS2 ESC P °C ENTER P=20kPa Safety switch Sikkerhedsafbryder max. 3m T10 (accessory) can be mounted in a extraction valve or duct B2 CN16 CN1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 CN2 IF CN6 2 1 RS1 RS2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 2 1 4 3 2 1 R5 R6 R7 R8 6 5 4 3 2 1 CN17 R9 R10 R11 R12 1 2 3 4 CN20 CN7 4 3 2 1 R4 R3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 CN3 CN5 CTS1 T3 5 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 2 1 T2/T7 Supply air CN8 CN9 CN10 CN11 CN12 B3 T9 CN13 CN14 T8 Fresh air Switch for user choise Kontakt for brugervalg (Tilbehør) (accessory) °C B1 Extract air T10 T15 Strømforsyning Power supply 1N 230V 50Hz max. 1x13A M5 °C ON The operating panel must be placed in a dry, frost-free location. °C Y4 OFF T4 Discharge air UF T2/T7: Supply air sensor T9: Heating element frost protection T3: Extract air sensor T4: Discharge air and defrost sensor T8: Fresh air sensor T10: Room sensor Electrical heating element (duct mounted) The operating panel must be placed in a dry, frost-free location. CTS Brugerpanel CTS2 ESC Strømforsyning Power supply 1N 230V 50Hz max. 1x13A T10 (accessory) can be mounted in a extraction valve or duct Sikkerhedsafbryder Safety switch B2 CN16 CN1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 CN2 CN6 RS1 RS2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 2 1 6 5 4 3 2 1 R9 R10 R11 R12 CN20 T8 4 3 2 1 R5 R6 R7 R8 CN17 1 2 3 4 CN7 2 1 4 3 2 1 R4 R3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 CN3 IF 2 1 CTS1 T3 CN5 Fresh air OFF ON T15 Power supply Strømforsyning Kontakt forfor brugervalg Switch user (Tilbehør) choise (accessory) B1 Extract air T10 ENTER 5 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 T2/T7 T7 CN8 CN9 CN10 CN11 CN12 0,63 m CN13 CN14 T4 UF 8 Supply air 1m Discharge air COMFORT 1200 BY NILAN Capacity - Heating element (accessory) Electrical heating surface The electrical heating surface is fitted in the air inlet duct at a distance of min. 2 x duct diameter from the system´s fresh air inlet connection pipe (normally min 400 mm.) and connected to the CTS 602 control panel and 3 x 400 V supply. The electrical heating surface can supply up to 6 kW of heat. Water heating element for internal fitting The water heating element is designed to be built into the system and must be connected to the primary heating supply and the CTS 602 control. The water heating element includes copper pipes and aluminium fins. Capacities can be seen in the table below. Capacity water heating element Water side Temperature input/output [°C] 40/30 60/40 70/40 Air side Flow Pressure drop Output Flow [m3/h] Temperature before WHE* [°C] Temperature after WHE* [°C] Pressure drop over WHE* [Pa] [l/h] [kPa] [kW] 156 2.2 1.8 400 16 29.2 4.2 206 249 3.6 2.4 600 16 27.7 8.1 5.1 2.9 800 16 26.6 13.0 286 6.6 3.3 1000 16 25.7 18.7 319 8.0 3.7 1200 16 25.0 25.2 350 9.5 4.1 1400 16 24.5 32.4 142 1.8 3.3 400 16 40.0 4.2 188 2.9 4.3 600 16 37.1 8.1 226 4.1 5.2 800 16 35.1 13.0 260 5.2 6.0 1000 16 33.5 18.7 290 6.4 6.7 1200 16 32.3 25.2 318 7.5 7.3 1400 16 31.3 32.4 107 1.0 3.7 400 16 42.9 4.2 140 1.7 4.8 600 16 39.5 8.1 168 2.3 5.8 800 16 37.2 13.0 192 3.0 6.6 1000 16 35.4 18.7 214 3.6 7.4 1200 16 34.0 25.2 234 4.2 8.1 1400 16 32.9 32.4 * Water heating element. 9 AUTOMATION CTS602 Control The Comfort 1200 is controlled using its CTS 602 operating panel, featuring a wide range of functions, e.g., menu-controlled operation, weekly programme settings, filter monitor with timer, fan speed adjustment, summer bypass (free cooling), post-heating element control, error messages etc. The CTS 602 comes with factory settings, including a default setting which can be customised to operational requirements to achieve optimum operation and utilisation of the system. The operating panel must be placed in a dry, frost-free location, at least 1.5 m above floor level and at least 0.5 m from any corner. Avoid placing the panel on an external wall or in areas in direct sunlight. Operating instructions for the CTS 602 can be found in a separate user manual supplied with the unit. External communication The CTS 602 control unit communicates by default with Modbus RTU RS485 communication. A CTS system using this form of communication can easily be connected to the unit. Nilan units have an open Modbus communication, i.e. not only can the unit be monitored, but its operation can also be set in the same way as it can via the operating panel. CTS / Computer Konverter Modbus The protocol is set up by default for a Modbus RTU 30 address, but can be set to a value between 1 and 247. A Modbus converter allows you to connect one or more units to a computer to monitor and control the unit. 10 COMFORT 1200 BY NILAN Functional overview + Standard - Accessories 3 levels The control function is divided into 3 levels: User/Service/Factory with various options at each level + Weekly plan There is an option for you to set your own weekly programme. + User option 1 This allows you to override the operating mode in the main menu via an external potential-free contact or PIR sensor. + Alarms Alarm log featuring the last 16 alarms. + Filter monitor Filter monitor with timer (factory setting of 90 days). Adjustable to 30/90/180/360 days. + Pressure controlled filter monitor It is possible to purchase Comfort 1200 with a pressure controlled filter monitor - Bypass Bypassing the outdoor air reduces heat recovery, enabling the desired supply air temperature to be maintained spring, summer and autumn. + Air quality Allows you to choose whether to switch humidity sensors and/or CO2 sensors on and off. - Humidity control Allows you to set a higher or lower ventilation step in the case of high/low air humidity. - CO2 control Allows you to set a higher or lower ventilation step in the case of a high/low CO2 level. - Air exchange Allows you to select a low ventilation step in the case of low outside temperatures and air humidity. + Defrost function Temperature-based automatic function for defrosting the heat exchanger. + Frostprotection In case of failing heating system, the unit is turned off to avoid further cooling with a risk of the water heating coil frost bursting. + Temperature control Allows you to select the temperature sensor which will control the unit. • T15 ROOM (panel sensor) • T10 EXT (fitted in a representative extraction valve) • T3 EXTRACT (extract air) Room low Stops the unit at a low room temperature. Hereby is cooling of the home avoided in case of a failing central heating system. Standard set to OFF. Can be set from 1 to 20 degrees and is controlled by: • T15 ROOM (panel sensor) • T10 EXT (fitted in a representative extraction valve) • T3 EXHAUST (extract air) + Room control Allows you to set the regulator to control the room temperature. + Air volume Allows you to set four ventilation steps. Supply air and extract air are set individually. Step 1 < 25% - Step 2 < 45% - Step 3 < 70% - Step 4 < 100% + Fire alarm This allows you to connect fire-detecting thermostats, smoke detectors and other fire alarm contacts. In case of an alarm, smoke dampers are closed and the unit stops. + Joint alarm Outlet for joint alarm + Constant pressure control Allows control from both the extract air and supply air side. - Cooling Via bypass. This allows you to choose whether to run the system at a higher or the highest ventilation step during cooling. The weekly programme has an option for setting cooling at night. + Intake air control Allows you to set the regulator to control the intake air temperature/supply air (only available if the control unit has been configured for a supply-heating element). + External heating element • Temperature sensor T7 is an supply air sensor • Integrated frost protection for external water heating element • Motorised valve and circulation pump control unit - External electric heating element • Temperature sensor T7 is an supply air sensor • Overheating protection - Delayed start-up There is a possibility for a delayed start-up by the fans, when a closing damper is installed. + Expansion PCB Allows you to make additional connections, e.g. • User option 2 overrides User option 1 (e.g. connecting an EM box) • Up to 500 W direct • Can give the signal for external heating if the defrost function is used • Switching the central heating system on/off - Reset Allows you to restore the factory settings. + Manual test Allows you to test the unit’s functions manually. + Language Option for setting the relevant language (Danish/Finnish/Norwegian/Swedish/German/English/ French). + 11 +/- OPERATION Frost protection All ventilation units with a counterflow heat exchanger will ice up if the outdoor temperature is below freezing for a prolonged period. ɳt[%] Consideration must be given to whether the unit’s operation can be protected during a lengthy period of frost or whether it is acceptable to decrease its operation. Temperature efficiency The extracted air condenses when it is cooled down during heat recovery. The high temperature efficiency will slowly turn the condensate to ice, which will block up the counterflow heat exchanger unless action is taken to remedy this. With pre-heater tAußen > -3°C tAußen < -3°C Defrost function Operation Ice building In homes which are occupied at night, it would be advisable to protect the unit against frost when the outdoor temperature is coldest by using a pre-heating element. On the other hand, if the ventilation is for an office, it may be acceptable to decrease the operating level at night. Defrost Ice building Defrost The energy used for the preheating is not wasted, as it ensures a constant high temperature efficiency Frost protection No Normal operation After 30 min. Outdoor temperature < -3 °C Yes Yes No Pre-heater installed Defrost function starts when: Outdoor temp < 1 °C (T8) Discharge air < 3 °C in 5 min. Normal operation secured until outdoor temp. < -12 °C When outdoor temp. < -12 °C reduced air volume Eftervarmeflade monteret Ja Nej 1. The heating element goes up in operation 2. The bypass damper is opened and leads the outdoor air past the heat exchanger 3. Warm exhaust air is blown through the heat exchanger 4. The ice melts 1. Bypass damper opens 2. The intake motor switches off 3. Warm extracted air will flow through the heat exchanger 4. The ice is melting Defrosting stops when: Discharge air > 7°C (T4) 12 DIMENSIONAL DRAWING COMFORT 1200 BY NILAN Right model Fresh air Discharge air 100 100 1015 414 297 970 297 825 414 414 Ø 315 100 1015 412,5 960 825 1817 Condensation drain 13 100 412,5 412,5 960 100 297 970 1817 297 414 Supply air 970 Extract air ACCESSORIES Top cover If Comfort 1200 is going to be installed outside, it is possible to order a top cover which protects the unit against rain and snow. Pressure transmitter The extraction and/or supply fan can be operated with the aid of one or two pressure transmitters. Water heating element incl. regulation The supply temperature can always be raised to the required level using a water heating element. The water heating element is designed to be built into the unit and must be connected to the primary heating supply. Supplied with two-way adjustment valve, temperature sensor and frost thermostat. Electrical heating surface incl. regulation When you fit an electrical heating surface, you can raise the fresh air temperature to the desired level at any time. The electrical heating surface is supplied ready to fit into the fresh air duct and, for easy fitting, the device is pre-fitted with all the required sensors. Electrical pre-heating element (Frost protection) An electrical pre-heating element heats up the outdoor air before it enters the unit. This avoids having to defrost the unit, resulting in a loss of power. There are temperature sensors supplied to be fitted in the ducts. Expansion PCB The expansion PCB provides additional functions for the CTS 602 control unit, e.g., controlling the EM-box (see list of functions on page 7). Installationset Vibration absorbers and a water trap for the condensation outlet. Heating cable To protect the condensation outlet against frost, a 3 metre-long self-regulating heating cable can be ordered. 14 DELIVERY AND HANDLING COMFORT 1200 BY NILAN Ø 315 414 Transport and storage Comfort 1200 comes in factory packaging that protects it during transport and storage. Comfort 1200 must be stored in a dry place in its original packaging until installation. 297 The packaging should only be removed immediately prior to installation. 100 1015 412,5 1817 Installation conditions 825 During installation, future service and maintenance should be taken into account. We recommend a minimum gap in front of and behind the unit of 96 cm. Service clearance (unit shown from above) Installation of electric heating element Electric heating elements (accessories) are fitted in the duct. The fitter should ensure that there is a safe distance of at least 15 cm between the electric heating element and any inflammable material. The heating element must be insulated using fire-resistant insulation material. The electric heating element must be connected by an authorised electrician. Min. 15 cm Electric pre-heating element with Electric heating element temperature sensor Min. 63 cm Min. 63 cm 15 960 The unit must be installed level for the sake of the condensate drain. The condensate drain requires clearance of min. 12,5 cm under the drain nozzle. INFORMATION FROM A TO Z 414 297 297 970 414 Ø 315 1015 100 100 412,5 412,5 960 825 1817 Brochure Product data General information about the solution and its benefits. Technical information to ensure correct choice of solution. 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