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Webasto BlueCool Operating instructions
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Operating instructions
Marine air conditioning plants
BlueCool A-Series Air handler
Valid for BlueCool A-Series as of change index B (2017 ->):
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About this document
1.1
Purpose of the document
1.2
Using this document
This operating instructions are part of the product and provides the user with information on
the safe operation of the unit.
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Before
operating the unit, read this operating
instruction and the supplementary sheet "Important Information on Operating and Installation Instructions".
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Keep these operating instructions ready to
hand.
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Hand these operating instructions on to the
following owner or user of the unit.
1.3
Use of symbols and highlighting
WARNING
Type and source of the risk
Result: non-observance can
lead to severe or mortal injuries.
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Actions
to protect yourself
against risks.
CAUTION
Type and source of the risk
Result: non-observance leads to
property damage.
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Actions
to protect yourself
against risks.
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Note on a special technical feature
Disregard can result in damage to
the system or its surroundings
Highlight
Explanation
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Requirements for the following action advisory
Necessary action
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1.4
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Description
The BlueCool MyTouch is the standard control
element for the BlueCool A-Series air handlers
and enables easy operation and setting of the
connected system. The screen is designed as a
touch screen. System operation is described in
the following. The BlueCool air handler is controlled via the BlueCool MyTouch and the connected electrical box for the air handler.
WARNING
Damage to BlueCool MyTouch
Warranty and liability
Webasto shall not assume liability for defects or
damage that are the result that the installation
and operating instructions as well as the instructions contained therein being disregarded.
This liability exclusion particularly applies for:
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improper use
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repairs not carried out by a Webasto service
workshop
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use of non-genuine parts
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conversion of the unit without permission
from Webasto
–– The screen should not come in
contact with any other electrical
devices as electrostatic discharge
could cause malfunctions.
–– Do not use pointed or sharp objects to operate the screen and do
not exert excessive pressure with
your fingers.
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Safety
Notes
2.1
Intended use
2.2
Regulations and safety instructions
–– It is recommended to operate the
screen with your fingers.
The touch sensitivity of the screen
is optimised to direct contact with
the fingers. The screen may not
respond to touch if gloves are
worn.
–– Tapping outside the touch-sensitive area at the edge of the screen
may not be recognised.
The air handler is approved only for installation
in ships.
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Regulations
on the supplementary sheet "Important Information on Operating and Installation Instructions" must be observed.
2.3
Safety precautions
CAUTION
Ignition of surrounding gases or
highly flammable liquids by
sparking of the air-conditioning
system!
Danger of fire and explosion of
ship or of petrol station.
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The
air-conditioning systems
must ALWAYS be switched off
during refuelling or while in a
petrol station area.
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Home screen and symbols
There is a choice of 3 different designs of the
Home screen with temperature and fan setting.
The functions are the same.
To change the design (in settings menu ) see
“9.1 Selecting Settings menu” on page 5.
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1
4
2
A
5
3
3
ON/OFF
4
Fan display
5
Automatic mode indicator (only in automatic
mode)
6
Settings
The symbols on the Home screen provide information on the system status. The symbols are
explained in the table below:
Symbol
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Fig. 1 Design 1
Meaning
1
On/Off
2
Temperature
3
Fan
4
Settings
6
Notification
7
Increase values
8
Decrease values
1
2
A
3
4
5
6
11
1
2
A
Temperature setting
22
Setpoint temperature
13
Forward
4
14
Select
5
15
Home screen
16
Scroll up
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Scroll down
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Display selection
The illustrations show examples of design 1 to
3.
Home screen
previous
previous
Fig. 3 Design 3
2
Automatic setting
12
6
1
AUTO or A
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Fig. 2 Design 2
3
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Fig. 4 Meaning of symbols
3
5
Standby
Note
The screen will go to Standby mode after 5
minutes if no entries are made on the screen.
Tap anywhere on the screen to call up the
Home screen.
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–– The system only cools under the
following conditions: cabin temperature > 15 °C.Setpoint temperature < cabin temperature.
–– The system only heats under the
following conditions: cabin temperature < 29 °C.
Setpoint temperature > cabin
temperature.
Notification
The notification symbol
appears on the bottom status line to draw your attention to the
current status of the system. Tap on the symbol
to show the corresponding status message.
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ON/OFF
–– When the screen is switched off:
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Tap
the screen.
The screen switches on.
–– When the screen is switched on:
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Tap
.
The colour of the ON/OFF symbol indicates the
operating status (green = switched on, grey =
switched off).
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Operation
After switching on, the control system starts up
the air handler in steps and then assumes normal operation. The control element now shows
the current temperature where the temperature
sensor of the air handler is installed. Depending
on the installation location, this may also be the
temperature of another cabin for example.
After approx. 20 seconds, the base colour of
the control element changes to indicate the operating mode (cooling or heating) the air handler was started in. Blue indicates cooling
mode, red heating mode. The selection is dependent on the set setpoint temperature and
the room temperature measured by the cabin
temperature sensor.
To activate cooling or heating mode, the central chiller unit must be switched on and the
cold water circuit must have already been sufficiently heated up or cooled down.
If the cold water temperature is higher (cooling)
or lower (heating) than the cabin temperature,
status message BA11 is displayed and the fan
will not yet be in operation.
In cooling mode, the cold water temperature is
significantly below 15 °C and above 40 °C in
heating mode.
8.1
Setting setpoint temperature
To set the required cabin temperature:
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Tap on the temperature or
on the Home
screen.
The setpoint temperature appears to the right.
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Tap Plus
or Minus
to increase or decrease the setpoint temperature.
The Settings menu is automatically exited after 30 seconds and the value last set is
adopted.
Note
Alternatively:
Save and exit menu immediately:
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Tap Previous
.
8.2
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To
Setting fan speed
set the required fan speed tap on Fan
on the Home screen.
With automatic mode selected, the symbol A
appears on the Home screen. The control system of the air handler automatically adapts the
fan speed.
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To manually adapt the fan speed:
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Tap the fan
symbol.
End-Timer
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You
can now change the displayed fan speed
by tapping Plus
or Minus
.
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Tap (A) when you wish to return to automatic mode.
The Settings menu is automatically exited after
30 seconds and the value last set is adopted.
00:50
01:00
02:00
Fig. 6 Timer
Note
Alternatively:
Save and exit menu immediately:
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Tap Previous
.
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System settings
The operating logic is explained based on the
Timer function. The explanation also applies to
other setting levels or functions.
Settings
Timer
Brightness
Language
1/3
01:00
50
English
Fig. 5 Example, Settings, setting level 1
To call up settings:
the Settings
symbol.
The Settings menu opens up.
Settings
1/3
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Tap
or
to select the various settings.
01:00
XX
Tap
Timer
. The setting window
Brightness
50 for this
function opens up.
Language
to reduce the time interval or tap
to increase the time interval.
symbol marks the current selection.
The
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Tap on the required time to set the time interval.
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Tap the Previous
symbol to go to the previous level. The selected settings are then
adopted.
or:
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Tap the Home screen
symbol to return to
the Home screen.
The selected settings are then adopted.
9.1
English
Selecting Settings menu
You can call up the Settings menu from the
Home screen:
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Tap
the Settings
symbol.
The Settings menu opens up. The available
functions are:
9.1.1
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Tap
Timer
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Tap
Timer
Sets the start and stop times of the air handler.
With the system already switched on:
The timer acts as a remaining time counter. The
air handler switches off automatically after the
set time runs down.
With the system switched off:
The timer acts as a start timer. The air handler
starts up automatically after the set time has
elapsed.
It is not possible to program a switch-on and
switch-off time at the same time.
9.1.2
Brightness
Adapts the screen brightness to the ambient
light levels.
9.1.3
Language
Sets the operating language.
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9.1.4
Design
Changes the screen design.
9.1.5
Colour
Adapts the background colour.
9.1.6
Standby
Sets the BlueCool MyTouch display to standby
mode. The available functions are:
–– Webasto Logo
Shows the Webasto logo.
–– Customer logo
Shows the customer logo.
–– Cabin temperature - bright
Shows the current cabin temperature at
high brightness levels in areas with bright
ambient light.
–– Cabin temperature - dark
Shows the current cabin temperature at
low brightness levels in areas with little ambient light.
–– Display off
No display in standby mode.
–– Operation indicator An illuminated dot
indicates that the system is ready for operation.
–– Standby off
Home screen remains active.
9.1.7
Key tone
For setting whether the control element makes
a sound when you touch the surface of the
screen.
9.1.8
°C / °F
Sets the temperature display in degrees Celsius
°C or degrees Fahrenheit °F.
9.1.9
Cleaning
Disables the screen functions for 30 seconds to
clean the surface.
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Water temperature sensor defective or
break/short-circuit in electrical circuit.
Air handler is only switched on when
the required cold water temperature is
reached.
Electrical wiring defective.
Malfunction, water temperature sensor
BA11 Required cold water temperature not
yet reached
Initialisation procedure or system blocked.
No pc-board output
No or insufficient cooling or heating
capacity.
Incorrect cabin/ambient temperature
or water temperature displayed.
A10
INIT
n/a
n/a
n/a
Switch on the chiller unit and check whether the
cold water circuit reaches the required temperature for cooling or heating.
Secure adequate air or water flow
Please contact your authorised Webasto Marine
dealer.
Check whether the temperature sensor is subject
to direct fault sources such as direct sunlight or
Temperature sensor positioned incorrectly, subject to interference or display devices radiating heat.
values falsified.
Please contact your authorised Webasto Marine
dealer.
Chiller unit not switched on.
Poor air or water flow.
Pc-board damaged by high voltage
(RT1 blown)
Fuse faulty or break/short-circuit in this
electrical circuit.
Power circuit interruption/short circuit.
Please contact your authorised Webasto Marine
dealer.
Fault, cabin temperature sensor
A09
No action required. The air handler starts up automatically.
Correction
Possible cause
Cabin temperature sensor defective,
break/short-circuit in electrical circuit,
cabin temperature sensor not connected.
Status / Error message
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Fault codes
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The telephone number of each country can be found in the Webasto service centre leaflet or the website of
the respective Webasto representative of your country.
Ident. No. WBCL010877C• 08/18 • Errors and omissions excepted • © Webasto Thermo & Comfort SE, 2017
In multilingual versions the German language is binding.
Webasto Thermo & Comfort SE
Postfach 1410
82199 Gilching
Germany
Company address:
Friedrichshafener Str. 9
82205 Gilching
Germany
www.webasto.com
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