Operating and installation instructions
DHW heat pumpS
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WWK
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Contents
1.
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
Operating instructions
for users and contractors
Operation and control
Device description
Correct operation
Incorrect operation
Function description
Operation with active defrost feature
WWK 300 A and WWK 300 AH
Operation with passive defrost feature
WWK 300 AP and WWK 300 AHP
Maintenance and cleaning
Troubleshooting by the user
Installation instructions
for contractors
Regulations and standards
Installation
Water connection
Power supply
Commissioning
Safety equipment and maintenance
Specification
Warranty
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Environment and Recycling
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1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
2.
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Symbols used in these instructions
Observe the following safety instructions:
Please note: Warning about possible
! dangers.
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Note: Important information and tips.
Note: Carefully read these operating and
installation instructions and keep them
safe. Should the equipment change hands, pass
these instructions to the subsequent owner. Pass
them to the trained contractors for servicing
purposes.
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Positioning, installation and commissioning must
be carried out by trained personnel working in
accordance with these operating and installation
instructions.
Where children or persons with limited physical,
sensory or mental capabilities are to be allowed
to control this equipment ensure that this will only
happen under supervision or after appropriate
instructions by a person responsible for their
safety. Children should be supervised to ensure
that they do not play with the equipment.
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1. Operating instructions for users and contractors
1.1 Operation and control
1.5 Function description
The Stiebel Eltron domestic hot water
heat pump WWK 300 A/AP/AH/AHP
(DHW) is a DHW generator that operates
automatically and has a capacity of
approx. 300 L. The water temperature is
permanently set to 60 °C.
The device is installed, connected and
handed over ready for use by a qualified
contractor. Nevertheless, you should
familiarise yourself with the most
important technical features of your heat
pump.
Heat pump operation
This is the standard operating mode,
to which the limits of scope of the heat
pump apply (see: Specification). To heat
up the cylinder capacity of approx. 300
litres of water in accordance with EN 255
part 3 to 60 °C, the WWK 300 requires ... :
1.2 Device description
The device extracts heat from the ambient
air.
This energy is used to heat the water
inside the cylinder. Where the device is
installed inside a room, this is cooled
down through the heat extraction by
approx. 1 to 3 °C. The device also extracts
moisture from the ambient air that creates
condensate, which must be drained off.
For this purpose, a condensate drain with
closure incl. a strainer is integrated in the
floor of the device.
Special features of the WWK 300 AH and
WWK 300 AHP
An electric booster heater is integrated for
heating approx. 100 litres of water in the
upper sector of the DHW cylinder.
1.3 Correct operation
The DHW heat pump is designed for
extracting heat from the ambient air and
the utilisation of that energy for heating
domestic hot water. The DHW heat pump
can be installed in the open as well as in
enclosed spaces.
1.4 Incorrect operation
The following are not permitted:
—— The utilisation of greasy extract air.
—— The heating of liquids other than
domestic hot water.
—— The installation of the equipment:
a) in rooms where the temperature is
below the freezing point.
b) in rooms where the device is at risk
from explosions as a result of dust,
gases or vapours.
—— Operation of the device with an empty
cylinder.
τHeat-up
ϑRoom
Frel ϑCold water
10.1 h 15 °C 70 %
5h
42 °C 70 %
COP (t)
WWK 300 A/AP
15 °C
3.19/3.3
15 °C
5.61
If the heat pump is switched OFF
The DHW heat pump can be operated at
ambient temperatures as low as 0 °C.
The evaporator is defrosted according to
demand in the temperature range 0 °C to
+6 °C. This extends the heat-up time.
Ambient temperature
The heat pump must not be
! installed in areas where ambient
temperatures frequently exceed 42 °C
or areas where temperatures frequently
drop below 0 °C
1.7 Operation with
passive defrost feature
WWK 300 AP and WWK 300 AHP
! and ON again, for instance after a
power failure, the compressor will only
re-start (after approx. 3 minutes), when
the pressure inside the refrigerant
circuit has normalised again.
Electric booster heater (only for the WWK
300 AH and WWK 300 AHP)
If there is a higher DHW demand or
the WWK was switched OFF because
you require hot water quickly, you can
accelerate the heat-up process by means
of the electric booster heater. For reasons
of saving energy, the electric booster
heater will only heat up approx. 100 litres
of water in the upper section of the
cylinder.
The control thermostat of the electric
booster heater is preset to 60 °C and will
be restarted when the DHW temperature
falls below 45 °C. This safeguards not only
that primarily the heat pump provides hot
water, but also that you enjoy a high level
of DHW convenience when large amounts
of hot water are drawn.
1.6 Operation with
active defrost feature
WWK 300 A and WWK 300 AH
Subject to the relative humidity and the
DHW temperature, the evaporator begins
to build up hoar frost at an ambient
temperature of below 6 °C.
If the evaporator is covered in hoar frost,
the frost monitor N2 (see wiring diagram
Fig. 6 and 7) switches the fan OFF, whilst
the compressor continues to run, and the
changeover valve V2 routes the hot gas
directly to the evaporator. For this, the
condenser is shut off by changeover valve
V1 (see Fig. 4) When the temperature at
the evaporator fins rises above 3 °C, the
fan is started again, and DHW heating
continues.
The limit of application of the WWK AP /
AHP (without hot gas defrost feature) is
set to 6 °C.
However, with this limit of application,
the evaporator may build up hoar frost
subject to air temperature and relative
humidity, particularly when the DHW
temperature is low. The compressor
will be switched OFF as soon as the
evaporation temperature lies below 7 °C for any length of time. When the
temperature at the evaporator fins rises
above 3 °C, the compressor are started
again, and the DHW heating continues.
Ambient temperature
The heat pump must not be
! installed in areas where ambient
temperatures frequently exceed 42 °C
or areas where temperatures frequently
drop below 6 °C
1.8
Maintenance and cleaning
The device is generally maintenance free,
with the exception of cleaning the strainer
in the condensate drain.
Sand and dust can result in sludge
building up inside the strainer. Therefore,
clean the strainer at least twice per
annum or in accordance with demand.
A damp cloth is sufficient for cleaning
all plastic parts. Never use scouring or
solvent-based cleaning agents.
Please note: Maintenance work,
! e.g. checking the electrical safety,
must only be carried out by a qualified
contractor.
zz Check the condensate drain at least
monthly at the bottom strainer outlet
and at the top condensate pan drain
(visual check, see Fig. 4, pos 16).
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Remove contaminants and blockages
immediately.
For the WWK300 AH and WWK300
AHP, it is recommended that the
electric booster heater be descaled
from time to time. this will result in
prolonged life fo the electric booster.
Your local contractor, who is familiar
with the local water quality, should
identify for you the timing of the next
service.
Ask your local contractor to regularly
check the safety assembly and the
electric booster heater.
The device is subject to mains water
pressure. The expansion water drips
from the safety valve during heat-up.
Inform your local contractor of water
drips from the system after the heatup process has ended.
To protect the steel cylinder against
corrosion, the interior is coated with
a special enamel and is furthermore
equipped with a protective anode.
Ask your local contractor to check the
protective anode regularly.
1.9 Troubleshooting by the user
No hot water
Should you fail to obtain hot water at any
time, you can take the following steps to
remedy that situation.
No electrical power
Check the fuse/circuit breaker in your fuse
box. If it has blown/tripped, replace/reset
the fuse/MCB. If it should blow/trigger
repeatedly, notify your local contractor.
Still no hot water, even though power is
available
Check, whether the air inlet/outlet is
blocked.
The thermoswitch trips out or the high
limit safety pressure limiter switches
the compressor OFF if the compressor
is overloaded due to excessive ambient
temperature or excessive air temperature
(>42 °C), or because of a fault in the
refrigerant circuit. Ask your local
contractor to remove the fault.
The thermoswitch automatically switches
itself ON again.
The high limit safety pressure
! limiter must only be reset by your
contractor after he has removed the
cause of the relevant fault.
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Other issues
Safety valve of the cold water supply line
drips
This may occur during the heat-up phase
and is completely normal.
The condensate drain drips
This always happens when the surface
temperature of the evaporator is lower
than the ambient dew point temperature.
For all other faults, consult your
contractor.
2. Installation instructions for contractors
2.1 Regulations and standards
zz The installation (water and electrical
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—— Material of the cold water line:
Steel, copper or plastic pipe
systems.
—— Material of the hot water line:
Copper or plastic pipe systems.
The following standards were taken into
account:
AS 4234, AS 3498, AS 4020, AS 1056.1
AS/NZS 2712, AS/NZS 3350.2.40/30/30.2
IEC 60335-1-2-40, IEC 61000-3-2; 1995
IEC 61000-3-3, IEC 55014-1 IEC 55014-2
EMC Directive 89/336/EEC
EN 255 T3
work) and commissioning, as well as
the maintenance of this equipment,
must only be carried out by an
authorised qualified contractor in
accordance with these instructions.
Perfect function and safe operation
can only be assured when using
original accessories and spare parts
intended for this equipment.
DIN VDE 0100 / DIN VDE 0701
Regulations of your local electricity
supply utility.
DIN 1988 / DIN 4109
Regulations of your local water supply
utility.
Also observe the following:
zz The equipment type plate
zz The specification
zz Water installation
—— Observe the AS/NZS 3500. [local
regulations].
Connection dimensions and variations
1 Cold water supply R 1“ (3/4“ femal
with adapter)
2 Hot water connection R 1“ (3/4“ femal
with adapter)
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3 Condensate drain ¾“ hose
connection
4 Connection for P&T relief valve R ¾“
(on-site)
5 Electrical cable
6 Drain valve
7 ECV (if required*)
8 Straight-through shut-off valve
9 Pressure gauge test connector**
10 Non-return valve**
11 Test valve connection**
12 Pressure reducing valve**
4
DHW
7
22-60 adjustable
1
Cold water
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5
6
8
9 12 11 10
8
48°
660
Dimensions in mm
3
30°
* Not all local regulations require the use of an EVC.
**Optional
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1265
1695
1830
2
Fig. 1
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To protect the equipment against
damage, it must be transported vertically
inside its dedicated packaging. Where
space is restricted, you may also move the
equipment tipped backwards at an angle.
Positioning
—— Position the device in the installation
location.
Note: Ensure that the casing
panel in the lower area of
the device is not damaged during
positioning.
—— Remove packing straps and
polystyrene mouldings.
—— Level the device by adjusting the
equipment feet.
—— After leveling the device fix the nut of
the rubber feet to provide a maximum
of structural safety.
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External installation
The location where the WWK is to be
installed must meet the following
conditions:
—— Load-bearing floor (wet weight of the
WWK approx. 430 kg).
—— Never operate the WWK in rooms at a
risk from explosion due to dust, gases
or vapours.
—— It is prefferred that the location of
the unit is not near a bedroom or
a neighbour´s bedroom. Ideally a
unit may mounted near a kitchen or
laundry. Opposite a neighbours garage is always prefferred.
—— The water heater should be located
as close as possible to the most frequently used hot water tap connection.
—— Ensure that the data plate is clearly
visible.
2.3 Water connection
—— Remove the protective caps from the
connectors.
—— With a sharp knife, cut a hole into the
protective caps and invert over the
pipe to be connected.
—— Connect the pipe and refit the
protective caps.
Please note: To protect against
! the risk of corrosion, make
the connection as flat packing seal.
The use of hemp on connections is
not acceptable.
Insulate the DHW line in accordance with
local regulations.
Accurately maintain the order of fittings
on the cold water side (see Fig. 1).
Flush the line prior to installation.
Install a drain valve at the lowest point of
the cold water supply line.
Install a pressure reduction valve when
the water pressure is higher than 500 kPa
(5 bar).
Special measures are required at a water
pressure in excess of 10 bar (see DIN
1988).
Expansion control valve (Fig. 1, pos. 7)
Observe the local requirements for an ECV
(optional)
—— The diameter of the connecting pipe
must not be larger than the safety
valve diameter.
—— Size the drain so that water can drain
off, even if the safety valve has been
fully opened.
—— The drain outlet must not be able to be
closed and must always remain open to
atmosphere.
—— The safety valve must open at 475 kPa.
P&T relief valve (Fig. 1, pos. 4)
Atsite: Install the provided P&T relief
valve.
The P&T relief valve must open at 600 kPa.
Condensate drain
The device is designed so that, if it is
installed externally, the condensate
can freely drain away. However, the
condensate can also (in case of internal
installation) be routed into a drain in
the floor or into a wall drain connection
located at a higher point.
Positioning
min.100
Transport
—— The available floor area in the installation room must be at least 6 m².
Never install this equipment in rooms
with a volume of less than 13 m³.
—— Never restrict the clearances of the
WWK through walls and ceilings further than illustrated in Fig. 2.
—— The room temperature must never fall
below 0 °C, as the ambient temperature will be reduced by approx. 1-3 °C
through the heat pump operation. The
initial temperature is reached again
approx. ½ h after the heat pump has
been switched OFF.
When installing the heat pump in a boiler
room, ensure that the boiler operation
will not be impaired.
Internal installation
The room where the WWK is to be
installed must meet the following
conditions:
—— Load-bearing floor (wet weight of the
WWK approx. 430 kg).
—— Never operate the WWK in rooms at a
risk from explosion due to dust, gases
or vapours.
—— Include in your considerations the
utilisation of waste heat, for example
from a boiler, tumble drier or refrigerator/freezer.
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Air
Air
Dimensions in mm
Fig. 2
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2.2 Installation
If the condensate is to be routed through
a higher wall outlet, position the heat
pump on a plinth (see Fig. 2), and route a
suitable drain hose on site.
Note: Never kink the hose, to
ensure the condensate drains
perfectly.
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2.4 Power supply
The DHW heat pump must be able to
be separated from the mains power
supply by an additional isolator, which
disconnects all poles with at least 3 mm
contact separation. For this purpose, use
contactors, mains isolators, fuses, etc. on
site.
Only qualified electricians must carry out
the installation in accordance with these
instructions.
Please note: Before any work,
! isolate the equipment from the
power supply at the control panel.
Observe VDE 0100 [or local regulations]
and the regulations of your local power
supply utility.
The appliance is intended to be
permanently connected to fixed wiring.
For the connection to the power supply
the fitted supply cord has to be used. (Fig.
3, pos. 19)”
If required install a condensate pump
(part no. see page 13).
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Terminals are located inside the control
panel and become accessible by removing
the equipment lid and the cover of the
wiring chamber (Fig. 3).
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19
15
13
6
4
5
10
18
7
14
8/9
2
3
12
1 Electric booster heater
(only for the WWK 300 AH and AHP)
2 High limit safety cut-out
Electric booster heater
(only for the WWK 300 AH and AHP)
3 safety high pressure limit
4 Frost monitor
5 Compressor
6 Compressor motor protection (Klixon)
7 Ventilator
8/9Control thermostat, electric booster heater, not shown,
points at place (only for the WWK 300 AH and AHP)
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1
10 Heat pump control thermostat
11 Solenoid valve V2
(only for the WWK 300 A / AH)
12 Solenoid valve V1
(only for the WWK 300 A / AH)
13 Power terminals
14 Heat pump terminal
15 Strain relief
16 Capacitor
17 Protective anode
18 Condensate pan drain
19 Electrikal cable
Fig. 3
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2.5 Commissioning
Only approved contractors may
commission this equipment and instruct
the owner in its use.
Commissioning
—— Fill, vent and thoroughly flush the
device.
—— Check the safety assembly.
Inform the user that water may drip
from the safety valve whilst the water
is being heated up.
—— Switch ON the power supply
Note:
—— Never operate the equipment outside
the temperature range 0 °C to + 42 °C.
At temperatures below - 15 °C
(e.g. transport/storage), the safety
temperature cut-out may respond.
Press the reset button after the
temperature is much higher than
-15 °C (Fig. 3, pos. 3).
2.6 Safety equipment and
maintenance
Only qualified contractors must carry out
the installation in accordance with these
instructions.
On the equipment
In case of a fault, the safety equipment
of the WWK 300 interrupts the relevant
power circuit.
Please note: Before any work on
! the equipment, disconnect all
poles from the mains.
High limit safety cut-out (STB) electric
booster heater
Equipment with electric booster heater is
stopped if the DHW temperature exceeds
95 °C.
When the source of the fault has been
removed, reset the high limit safety cutout by pressing the reset button (pos 2,
Fig. 3).
The heat pump top cover should be
opened for access to this device as shown
in fig. 3.
Safety high pressure limiter (SDBK) Fig 3
The safety high pressure limiter shuts
down the compressor, if the pressure
inside the refrigerant circuit exceeds the
permissible maximum value. The safety
high pressure limiter may also respond,
if the WWK 300 is operated above its
permissible limit (>42 °C air temperature)
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or the control thermostat of the heat
pump fails to respond. Reset the high
pressure limit safety cut-out by pressing
the reset button (pos 3, Fig. 3), after the
cause of the fault has been removed.
Protective motor thermoswitch
The protective motor switch will shut
down the compressor, if it is overloaded
because of excessive thermal load.
Remove the relevant fault. The protective
motor switch restarts the compressor
automatically after 5 - 15 seconds.
Protective anode
An anode for the protection of the DHW
cylinder is inserted right in the center of
the heat pump cylinder (item 17, fig.3).
Replace the anode with a new one if
the installed one has been consumed.
When installing the anode, ensure that
the metallic conductor connection is
correctly made. It’s recommended for first
anode inspection to happen after 2 years
after installation. Unless in areas where
total dissolved solids exceeds 400 mg/L
the magnesium alloy anode should be
replaced with an aluminium anode.
Inspections should be more frequent.
Your contractor, who will be familiar with
your water quality, will advise you of the
optimum timing for inspection thereafter.
Should it be impossible to insert a rod
anode, part no. 143496 from above, you
may have a sectional anode installed
instead.
Cleaning the evaporator
Maintaining the full output of the WWK
300 requires an occasional professional
cleaning of the evaporator. Clean the
evaporator only with water and a brush.
Never use acidic or alkaline cleaning
solutions.
Further information regarding the
equipment:
zz Cleaning and descaling
After removing the plug or the electric
booster heater (if installed), clean
the cylinder through the inspection
aperture.
Use a descaling pump to descale the
cylinder. Connect the pump between
the cold water connection and the
inspection aperture. Ensure that the
protective anode is removed prior to
descaling. When installing the anode,
ensure that the metallic conductor
connection is correctly made.
zz Draining the cylinder:
—— Close the shut-off valve in the cold
water supply.
—— Fully open the hot taps at all drawoff points.
—— The cylinder is drained via the cold
water inlet line. Residual water
remains in the lower part of the
cylinder.
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Note: Hot water can be expelled
during draining.
On the system
Safety valve (on-site)
This valve opens when the water pressure
exceeds the preset value of 600 kPa
(6 bar) thereby relieving the pressure. It is
adjusted so that no water will be expelled
when heating is switched OFF. Should it
continue to drip excessively, either the
valve seat has become contaminated, the
water pressure is too high or the pressure
reducing valve has become faulty.
Pressure reducing valve (on-site
provision)
Check the valve for perfect function.
Replace it, if required.
Regular valve maintenance
Safety requires that valves are regularly
checked for perfect function. For this,
regularly vent the safety valve until a full
stream of water flows from it. Close the
safety valve after checking.
How quickly limescale builds up depends
on the local water quality.
As your local contractor is familiar
with your local water quality, let him
determine the timing of this check.
Abtaubetrieb
WWK 300 E Kältekreis Schemata
Operation
with active defrost feature WWK 300 A and WWK 300 AH
Heizbetrieb
Heating operation
Defrost operation
>P
>P
TKW
TKW
TWW
V2
TWW
PC
V2
V1
PC
V1
P0
P0
TC
TC
Ventil- powered
bestromt
Valve
Ventil
stromlos
= =geschlossen
Valve
- not
powered
closed
Ventil
stromlos = geschlossen
Valve
- powered
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Valve
- not
powered = closed
Ventil
bestromt
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VLuft
WWK 300 AP Kältekreis Schemata
Fig. 4
Refrigerant circuit layout with passive defrost feature WWK 300 AP and WWK 300 AHP
!P
TKW
TWW
PC
P0
VLuft
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TC
Fig. 5
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Fig. 6
10
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F2 Compressor motor protection (Klixon)
F3 High limit safety cut-out
M1 Compressor
M2 Fan
N0 Heat pump control thermostat
N2 Frost monitor
V1 Solenoid valve
V2 Solenoid valve
X0 Power terminals
X1 Heat pump terminals
X2 Anode terminal earth
Z1 Capacitor
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Wiring diagram WWK 300 A
F2 Compressor motor protection (Klixon)
F3 High limit safety cut-out
M1 Compressor
M2 Fan
N0 Heat pump control thermostat
N2 Frost monitor
X0 Power terminals
X1 Heat pump terminals
X2 Anode terminal earth
Z1 Capacitor
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Wiring diagram WWK 300 AP
Fig. 7
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E1 Electric booster heater
F1 High limit safety cut-out
Electric booster heater
F2 Compressor motor protection (Klixon)
F3 Safety pressure limiter
Heat pump
M1 Compressor
M2 Fan
N0 Heat pump control thermostat
Fig. 8
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N1 Control thermostat, electric booster heater
N2 Frost monitor
V1 Solenoid valve
V2 Solenoid valve
X0 Power terminals
X1 Heat pump terminals
X2 Anode terminal earth
X3 Ground electric heating element
Z1 Capacitor
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Wiring diagram WWK 300 AH
N0 Heat pump control thermostat
N1 Control thermostat, electric booster heater
N2 Frost monitor
X0 Power terminals
X1 Heat pump terminals
X2 Anode terminal earth
X3 Ground electric heating element
Z1 Capacitor
Fig. 9
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E1 Electric booster heater
F1 High limit safety cut-out
Electric booster heater
F2 Compressor motor protection (Klixon)
F3 Safety pressure limiter
Heat pump
M1 Compressor
M2 Fan
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Wiring diagram WWK 300 AHP
2.7 Specification
Type
WWK 300 A
WWK 300 AP
WWK 300 AH
WWK 300 AHP
Part no.
222422
227069
227070
227071
Version
with active defrost
with passive defrost
with active defrost
and booster heater
with passive defrost
and booster heater
Application limits for heat pump operation
°C
0 to + 42
6 to + 42
0 to + 42
+ 6 to + 42
DHW temperature
°C
°C
+ 60
+ 60
+ 60
+ 60
+ 60
+ 60
m3/h
550
550
550
550
l
303
303
303
303
R 134a / 900
R 134a / 900
R 134a / 900
R 134a / 900
Heat pump
Heating element
Air flow rate
Cylinder capacity
Refrigerant / filling weight
-- / g
Dimensions H /Ø
mm
1875 / 660
1875 / 660
1875 / 660
1875 / 660
Height of unit when tilted
mm
1990
1990
1990
1990
Height of unit when tilted including packing
mm
2285
2285
2285
2285
125 / 428
125 / 428
130 / 432
130 / 432
Weight dry/wet
kg
Water connection
inch
R 1“ (3/4“ femal with R 1“ (3/4“ femal with R 1“ (3/4“ femal with R 1“ (3/4“ femal with
adapter)
adapter)
adapter)
adapter)
Condensate connection
Inch
3/4“
Condenser
3/4“
3/4“
3/4“
Safety heat exchanger (tank wrap-around condenser)
Maximum operating pressure, water side
1)
Maximum positive pressure, refrigerant side
kPa
600
600
600
600
MPa
2.4
2.4
2.4
2.4
IP 24
IP 24
IP 24
IP 24
0.7
0.7
2,25
2,25
Electrical specification
V / Hz 1/N/PE ~ 240 / 50
Voltage / Frequency
Protection
Maximum power consumption
2)
kW
Electrical protection
A
10 gL
10 gL
10 gL
10 gL
Rated current HP
A
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
kW
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
1.690
1.690
Rated power consumption HP
3)
Power consumption, booster heater
kW
Heating output HP
kW
COP (t)
4)
4)
approx. 1.7
approx. 1.7
approx. 1.7
approx. 1.7
3.19
3.3
3.19
3.3
Cold water mains pressure must be limited to 500 kPa. Required P&T relief valve must open at 600 kPa.
Tamb = 42°C Twater = 60°C / 240V
3)
Test point to DIN 8947 at 15 °C air temperature, 70 % rel. humidity and 45 °C water temperature.
4)
Test point at 15 °C air temperature, 70 % rel. humidity, heating up water from 15 °C to 60 °C (according to EN 255 T3)
1)
2)
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WARRANTY
For guarantees please refer to the respective terms and conditions of
supply for your country.
The installation, electrical connection and first operation of this appliance should be carried out by a qualified installer.
The company does not accept liability for failure of any goods
supplied which have not been installed and operated inaccordance with the manufacturer‘s instructions.
WARRANTY - Australia only
Stiebel Eltron (Aust) Pty Ltd warrants the domestic range of heat pump
water heaters (WWK300 and WWK300 A) to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service in accordance with
the following terms:
Not withstanding anything contained herein, the units shall continue to
be subject to any implied warranty provided by the Trade Practices Act
1974 (as amended) if and to the extent that the said Act is applicable
and prevents the exclusion, restriction or modification of that warranty.
This free service will apply, in principle, to metropolitan and other accessible areas. If the unit is located in a remote area an extra service
charge may be applicable due to travel.
Service costs by others are not covered by the Warranty and are at the
user's expense. In the event of any claim being made under the warranty, it is the original purchaser's responsibility to provide evidence of
purchase and date of purchase.
A nominal service charge may be made should the appliance be found
to be in normal working condition and the problem located elsewhere.
STIEBEL ELTRON (AUST) PTY LTD
Unit 4, 109 Riverside Place
Morningside Q 4170
1. Repair or if necessary replace the water heater, or
2. Replace any component which falls within the warranty period as
specified below (subject to the conditions and exclusions thereafter
referred to)
• 5 years for the cylinder and condenser
• 2 years for the sealed refrigeration system, including compressor, evaporator, valves and associated pipe work.
• 1 year for all other componentry (electrical)
PH: 1800 153 351 - Fax: 07 3399 3344
ENVIRONMENT AND RECYCLING
Please help us to protect the environment by disposing of the
packaging in accordance with the national regulations for waste
processing.
The above shall not apply to such water heaters or part thereof which,
in our opinion, have been subject to any accident, alteration, abuse or
misuse or have suffered any damage by flood, fire or act of God, or if
any repairs have been made or attempted to be made by any person or
persons not approved by us. The warranties shall not extend to any loss
suffered by, or resulting from, the non-operation of the water heater or
part thereof.
We will not incur any obligation or liability whatsoever under the warranties for any damage or harm which may arise directly or indirectly
as a result of the water heater being installed by other than registered
qualified plumbers or being connected to a water or power supply not
in accordance with the regulations of the relevant electric, water and
health authorities.
The following items 1-5 are specifically excluded from the normal
terms of warranty.
1. Damage as the result of transportation, removal, or storage.
2. Damage due to connection to incorrect water supply, incorrect installation or faulty valve.
3. Damage or faulty operation due to foreign matter in the water supply.
4. Damage or faulty operation due to the corrosive elements in the
water supply and proper precautions not having been followed (eg,
anode inspection & change). Void of warranty can be even if anode
is changed with high minerals in the water or total dissolved solids exceeds 400 mg/L. Warranty void with use with bore, dams or
swimming pool water.
5. Damage or faulty operation due to incorrect installation where the
air flow, to and/or from the unit, is restricted or impeded
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Deutschland
STIEBEL ELTRON GmbH & Co. KG
Dr.-Stiebel-Straße | D-37603 Holzminden
Tel. 0 55 31 702 0 | Fax 0 55 31 702 480
Email info@stiebel-eltron.de
www.stiebel-eltron.de
Verkauf
Tel. 0180 3 700705 | Fax 0180 3 702015 | info-center@stiebel-eltron.de
Kundendienst Tel. 0180 3 702020 | Fax 0180 3 702025 | kundendienst@stiebel-eltron.de
Ersatzteilverkauf Tel. 0180 3 702030 | Fax 0180 3 702035 | ersatzteile@stiebel-eltron.de
Vertriebszentren Tel. 0180 3 702010 | Fax 0180 3 702004
Austria
STIEBEL ELTRON Ges.m.b.H.
Eferdinger Str. 73 | A-4600 Wels
Tel. 072 42-47367-0 | Fax 07242-47367-42
Email info@stiebel-eltron.at
www.stiebel-eltron.at
Great Britain
Stiebel Eltron UK Ltd.
Unit 12 Stadium Court
Stadium Road
Bromborough
Wirral CH62 3QP
Email: info@stiebel-eltron.co.uk
www.stiebel-eltron.co.uk
Belgium
STIEBEL ELTRON Sprl / Pvba
P/A Avenue du Port 104, 5 Etage
B-1000 Bruxelles
Tel. 02-4232222 | Fax 02-4232212
Email info@stiebel-eltron.be
www.stiebel-eltron.be
Czech Republik
STIEBEL ELTRON spol. s r.o.
K Hájům 946 | CZ-15500 Praha 5-Stodůlky
Tel. 2-511 16111 | Fax 2-355 12122
Email info@stiebel-eltron.cz
www.stiebel-eltron.cz
Denmark
PETTINAROLI A/S
Madal Allé 21 | DK-5500 Middelfart
Tel. 63 41 66 66 | Fax 63 41 66 60
Email info@pettinaroli.dk
www.pettinaroli.dk
France
STIEBEL ELTRON S.A.S.
7-9, rue des Selliers
B.P. 85107 | F-57073 Metz-Cédex 3
Tel. 03 87 74 38 88 | Fax 03 87 74 68 26
Email info@stiebel-eltron.fr
www.stiebel-eltron.fr
Russia
STIEBEL ELTRON RUSSIA
Urzhumskaya street, 4. | 129343 Moscow
Tel. (495) 775 3889 | Fax (495) 775-3887
Email info@stiebel-eltron.ru
www.stiebel-eltron.ru
Hungary
STIEBEL ELTRON Kft.
Pacsirtamezó´ u. 41 | H-1036 Budapest
Tel. 012 50-6055 | Fax 013 68-8097
Email info@stiebel-eltron.hu
www.stiebel-eltron.hu
Japan
Nihon Stiebel Co. Ltd.
Ebara building 3F | 2-9-3 Hamamatsu-cho
Minato-ku | Tokyo 105-0013
Tel. 3 34364662 | Fax 3 34594365
fujiki@nihonstiebel.co.jp
Netherlands
STIEBEL ELTRON Nederland B.V.
Daviottenweg 36 | Postbus 2020
NL-5202 CA‘s-Hertogenbosch
Tel. 073-6 23 00 00 | Fax 073-6 23 11 41
Email stiebel@stiebel-eltron.nl
www.stiebel-eltron.nl
Poland
STIEBEL ELTRON sp.z. o.o
ul. Instalatorów 9 | PL-02-237 Warszawa
Tel. 022-8 46 48 20 | Fax 022-8 46 67 03
Email stiebel@stiebel-eltron.com.pl
www.stiebel-eltron.com.pl
Stiebel Eltron Australia Pty.Ltd.
Unit 4/109 Riverside Place, Morningside, QLD, 4170
Tel. 1800 153 351 | Fax 07 3399 3344
Email info@stiebel.com.au
www.stiebel.com.au
Irrtum und technische Änderungen vorbehalten | Subject to errors and technical changes! | Sous réserve d‘erreurs et de modifications
techniques! · Onder voorbehoud van vergissingen en technische wijzigingen! | Salvo error o modificación técnica! | Rätt till misstag och
tekniska ändringar förbehålls! | Excepto erro ou alteração técnica | Zastrzeżone zmiany techniczne i ewentualne błędy | Omyly a technické
změny jsou vyhrazeny! | A muszaki változtatások és tévedések jogát fenntartjuk! | ВозмоҖность неточностейи технических изменений
не исключается.
Switzerland
STIEBEL ELTRON AG
Netzibodenstr. 23 c | CH-4133 Pratteln
Tel. 061-8 16 93 33 | Fax 061-8 16 93 44
Email info@stiebel-eltron.ch
www.stiebel-eltron.ch
Thailand
STIEBEL ELTRON Asia Ltd.
469 Moo 2, Tambol Klong-Jik
Ampur Bangpa-In | Ayutthaya 13160
Tel. 035-22 00 88 | Fax 035-22 11 88
Email stiebel@loxinfo.co.th
www.stiebeleltronasia.com
United States of America
STIEBEL ELTRON Inc.
17 West Street | West Hatfield MA 01088
Tel. 4 13-247-3380 | Fax 413-247-3369
Email info@stiebel-eltron-usa.com
www.stiebel-eltron-usa.com
CAP 280010/34890/8355
Australia
Sweden
STIEBEL ELTRON AB
Friggagatan 5 | SE-641 37 Katrineholm
Tel. 0150-48 7900 | Fax 0150-48 7901
Email info@stiebel-eltron.se
www.stiebel-eltron.se
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