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Vaillant VRC 700 User Manual
Operating instructions
For the operator
Operating instructions
Weather compensator
VRC 700/4
GB, IE
Publisher/manufacturer
Vaillant GmbH
Berghauser Str. 40
D-42859 Remscheid
Tel. +49 21 91 18‑0
Fax +49 21 91 18‑2810
info@vaillant.de
www.vaillant.de
Contents
Contents
1
Safety .................................................................... 3
1.1
Action-related warnings ......................................... 3
1.2
Intended use .......................................................... 3
1.3
General safety information .................................... 3
2
Notes on the documentation .............................. 4
2.1
Observing other applicable documents ................. 4
2.2
Storing documents................................................. 4
2.3
Applicability of the instructions .............................. 4
2.4
Nomenclature ........................................................ 4
2.5
Function availability ............................................... 4
3
Product description............................................. 4
3.1
Design of the product............................................. 4
3.2
Main function ......................................................... 4
3.3
Zones..................................................................... 5
3.4
Hybrid manager ..................................................... 5
3.5
Frost protection function ........................................ 5
3.6
Preventing malfunctions ........................................ 5
3.7
Identification plate.................................................. 5
3.8
Serial number ........................................................ 5
3.9
CE label ................................................................. 5
4
Operation.............................................................. 5
4.1
Operating structure ................................................ 5
4.2
Basic display.......................................................... 6
4.3
Operating concept ................................................. 7
5
Operating and display functions........................ 8
5.1
Information............................................................. 9
5.2
Settings................................................................ 11
5.3
Operating modes ................................................. 15
5.4
Advanced functions ............................................. 16
5.5
Messages ............................................................ 17
6
Maintenance ....................................................... 17
6.1
Caring for the product .......................................... 17
7
Troubleshooting ................................................ 18
7.1
Overview of the faults .......................................... 18
8
Decommissioning.............................................. 18
8.1
Replacing the controller ....................................... 18
8.2
Recycling and disposal ........................................ 18
9
Guarantee and customer service..................... 18
9.1
Guarantee............................................................ 18
9.2
Customer service................................................. 18
10
Technical data.................................................... 18
10.1
Product data in accordance with EU
Ordinance no. 811/2013, 812/2013 ..................... 18
Appendix ............................................................................ 19
A
Overview of the operating and display
functions............................................................. 19
A.1
Operating modes ................................................. 19
A.2
Operating levels................................................... 19
B
Detecting and rectifying faults ......................... 23
Index ................................................................................... 25
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Safety 1
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1.1
Safety
Action-related warnings
Classification of action-related warnings
The action-related warnings are classified in
accordance with the severity of the possible
danger using the following warning signs and
signal words:
Warning symbols and signal words
Danger!
Imminent danger to life or risk of
severe personal injury
Danger!
Risk of death from electric shock
Warning.
Risk of minor personal injury
Caution.
Risk of material or environmental
damage
1.2
Intended use
In the event of inappropriate or improper use,
damage to the product and other property
may arise.
The product is intended for using an eBUS
interface to control a heating installation with
heat generators from the same manufacturer.
1.3
General safety information
1.3.1 Danger caused by improper
operation
Improper operation may present a danger to
you and others, and cause material damage.
▶ Carefully read the enclosed instructions
and all other applicable documents, particularly the "Safety" section and the warnings.
▶ Only carry out the activities for which instructions are provided in these operating
instructions.
1.3.2 Moisture and mould damage due to
inadequate exchange of air
In heavily insulated rooms that only allow a
small exchange of air, moisture and mould
damage may occur.
▶ Ventilate the rooms regularly by opening windows and activate the Ventilation
boost function once to save energy.
Conditions: Ventilation unit is connected
▶ Do not disconnect the ventilation unit from
the power mains.
▶ Clean and service the ventilation unit in
accordance with the instructions for the
ventilation unit.
Intended use includes the following:
– observance of the operating instructions
included for the product and any other
system components
– compliance with all inspection and maintenance conditions listed in the instructions.
Any other use that is not specified in these
instructions, or use beyond that specified in
this document shall be considered improper
use. Any direct commercial or industrial use
is also deemed to be improper.
Caution.
Improper use of any kind is prohibited.
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2 Notes on the documentation
2
Notes on the documentation
2.1
▶
4
Wall-mounting base
cover
5
Selection button
6
Rotary knob
Observing other applicable documents
You must observe all operating instructions enclosed with
the system components.
2.2
Storing documents
3.2
Main function
The control is a weather compensator with an outdoor temperature sensor that is fitted in the open air.
These instructions apply only to:
The control is connected to the outdoor temperature sensor
and the heat generator. The control controls the heating
installation and other connected components, e.g. the domestic hot water generation for a connected domestic hot
water cylinder or the ventilation of a connected ventilation
unit.
VRC 700/4 – Article number
3.2.1
▶
Keep this manual and all other applicable documents
safe for future use.
2.3
Applicability of the instructions
Great Britain
2.4
0020184838
Nomenclature
The following terms are used for simplification:
–
–
Control: If this refers to the VRC 700 control.
Remote control: If this refers to the VR 91 remote control.
2.5
Function availability
The controller only shows the functions that are available in
the system configuration you have installed.
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Product description
3.1
The outdoor temperature sensor measures the outdoor temperature and forwards the values to the control. When the
outside temperature is low, the controller increases the flow
temperature of the heating installation. If the outdoor temperature increases, the control reduces the flow temperature.
The control responds to the fluctuations in the outdoor temperature and uses the flow temperature to ensure that the
room temperature remains at the required temperature.
3.2.2
Note
The functions described in these operating instructions are not available for all system configurations.
3.2.3
Ventilation
Using a controlled exchange of air, the ventilation unit ensures that the living rooms are ventilated and aerated. The
control controls the air volume flow via the ventilation levels
that are set.
Hot water generation
A temperature sensor measures the temperature of the water in the domestic hot water cylinder and forwards the values to the control. At a low domestic hot water temperature,
the control increases the temperature in the domestic hot
water circuit and thus heats the water in the domestic hot
water cylinder to the set domestic hot water temperature.
1
3.2.5
2
5
Cooling
The room temperature sensor measures the room temperature and sends the data to the controller. If the room temperature is higher than the desired temperature that is set, the
controller switches cooling on.
3.2.4
Design of the product
Heating
Circulation
If a circulation pump is installed in the heating installation,
the draw-off points will provide hot water more quickly. The
circulation pump pumps hot water through the secondary
return pipes in the circuit and to the draw-off points.
3
6
5
4
1
Display
2
Wall-mounting base
4
3
Diagnostics socket
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3.3
Zones
A building is divided into several zones if the heat demand
differs between different sections of the building.
–
–
If underfloor heating and radiator heating are installed in
a house.
If a house contains more than one independent residential unit.
If more than one zone is available, the controller controls the
available zones.
3.4
Note
To ensure that the heat pump and the boiler can
work effectively and in synch with one another,
the tariffs (→ Page 14) must be set correctly. If
the tariffs are set incorrectly, this may result in
increased costs.
If the system declares an energy requirement, the hybrid
manager switches on and forwards the energy requirement
to the heat generator. The hybrid manager decides which
heat generator to operate based on the tariffs that are set in
relation to the energy requirement.
Frost protection function
The frost protection function protects the heating system and
apartment from frost damage. The frost protection function
monitors the outside temperature.
If the outside temperature
–
–
falls below 4 °C, the controller switches the heat generator on after a frost protection delay time, and brings the
target room temperature to 5 °C.
rises above 5 °C, the controller does not switch the heat
generator on but monitors the outside temperature.
Note
The competent person can set the frost protection
delay time.
The identification plate is located inside the product and is
not accessible from the outside.
3.8
▶
▶
Serial number
You can call up the serial number to the display under Menu
→ Information → Serial number. The 10-digit article number
is located in the second line.
3.9
CE label
The CE label shows that the products comply with the basic
requirements of the applicable directives as stated on the
identification plate.
The declaration of conformity can be viewed at the manufacturer's site.
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Operation
4.1
Operating structure
4.1.1
Adjustment and display levels
The product has two adjustment and display levels.
The end user level contains information and setting options
that you require as the end user.
The installer level is reserved for the competent person. It is
protected by a code. Only competent persons may change
any settings in the installer level.
Operating levels (→ Page 19)
4.1.2
Menu structure design
The menu structure consists of several selection levels and a
setting level.
You can always use the selection button Menu to access
selection level 1 from the basic display.
You can use the selection button Op. mode to directly access the setting level Operating mode.
The lowest level is always the setting level.
4.1.3
3.6
Identification plate
Hybrid manager
If you have connected a heat pump, the hybrid manager
attempts to cover the declared energy requirement under
the considerations of the cost optimisation and the technical
conditions.
3.5
3.7
Selection level
Preventing malfunctions
Ensure that air can circulate freely around the controller,
and that the controller is not covered by furniture, curtains or other objects.
Ensure that all radiator valves in the room where the controller is fitted are fully open.
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3
1
Menu
Information
Desired temperatures
Timer programmes
Back
Select
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Scroll bar
3
2
Current functions of the
selection buttons
4
Selection level list
entries
Current function or
selection level
5
4 Operation
The scroll bar (1) only appears if there are more list entries
than can be shown at once on the display.
4.2.2
4.1.4
2
If your heating installation is designed for two of the three
operating modes (heating, cooling or ventilating), you can
switch the basic display to the required operating mode. Depending on the selected operating mode and the mode in
which the operating mode is found, various information may
appear in the basic display.
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4.2.3
Setting level
1
Zone 1
Day temp. heating
Day temp. cooling
Set-back temp. heat.
5
20.0 °C
26.0 °C
15.0 °C
Back
4
Current selection
2
Current selection level
4
3
Values
Current functions of the
selection buttons
Setting level
5
Soft key function for the selection buttons
Both selection buttons have a soft key function, i.e. different
functions may be assigned to the selection buttons. If, for example, you press the left-hand selection button, the current
function switches from Menu to Back.
4.2
Various information may appear in the basic display. It
depends on which operating mode you select and which
settings you have implemented for the selected operating
mode.
4.2.3.1 Basic display for the Heating operating
mode
In the setting level, you can select the values you want to
read or change.
4.1.5
Information in the basic display
The basic display shows the most important current settings
and values for the heating installation.
Change
1
Preferred operating mode in the basic
display
Mode
Time
periods
Auto
On
Symbol
Desired heating temp.
appears:
–
Off
Day
–
Set-back
1
2
3
Auto
7
15:34
5.0°C
19.5
°C
4
Desired heating temp. 20.0 °C
6
Menu
Operating mode
1
2
3
4
Symbol for outdoor
temperature
Outside temperature
5
Room temperature (for
wall-mounting only)
Time
7
6
8
Function of the selection buttons
Desired setting
Symbol for Auto operating mode
Mode for the current
operating mode
The basic display appears:
–
–
off
Depending on which level you are in, you must press the
left-hand selection button several times.
If you do not operate the control for more than five
minutes.
4.2.1
The control does not
request any heating
energy.
Empty line
4.2.3.2 Basic display for the Cooling operating
mode
Mode
Time
periods
Auto
On
Desired cooling temp.
Off
Empty line
5
5
The control maintains
the temperature at the
desired level.
Empty line appears:
Basic display
8
Desired setting
Symbol
Desired setting
Day
Desired cooling temp.
off
Empty line
4.2.3.3 Basic display for the Ventilation operating
mode
Mode
Time
periods
Symbol
Desired setting
Auto
On
Max. vent. stage
Off
Max. vent. stage
Day
Ventilation stage
Set-back
Ventilation stage
Preferred zone in the basic display
If your heating installation has several zones, the competent
person sets the zone whose values are to appear in the basic display.
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4.2.3.4 Basic display for the Manual cooling
advanced function
Mode
Time
periods
Day
Mode
Time periods
Desired setting
Activated
On
Desired cooling temp.
Off
Empty line
Effect
Switch to another display view with the
request:
–
–
4.3
Operating concept
The controller is operated using two selection buttons and a
rotary knob.
Permanent change to the Day
temp. heating
Change to the Day temp. heating
for six hours
Set-back
Direct change to the Set-back temp.
heat. for six hours
off
None
You can use the selection buttons to do the following:
–
–
–
–
–
Navigate through the selection levels and the setting
level in the menu structure.
Select a set value.
Confirm a set value.
Navigate to the operating modes.
Cancel the change to a set value.
4.3.1.2 Changing the desired setting in the Cooling
operating mode
Mode
Time
periods
Effect
Auto
On
Direct permanent change to the Day
temp. cooling
Off
You can use the rotary knob to do the following:
–
–
–
Navigate through the list entries for a selection level.
Select a selection level or setting level.
Change a selected set value.
The display shows an element that is highlighted by white
writing on a black background. A flashing, highlighted value
means that you can change the value.
Direct permanent change to the Day
temp. cooling
off
None
4.3.1.3 Changing the desired setting in the
Ventilation operating mode
If you do not operate the controller during a period of more
than 5 minutes, the basic display appears again.
4.3.1
Mode
Time
periods
Effect
Auto
On
Direct permanent change to the Max.
vent. stage: Day
Off
Direct permanent change to the Max.
vent. stge: Night
Using the rotary knob to make settings in
the basic display
If the display shows the basic display, you can use the rotary
knob to change the desired setting.
The setting that you change depends on the selected basic
display, operating mode and the set mode for the operating
mode.
4.3.1.1 Changing the desired setting in the Heating
operating mode
Desired day temperature
Only today: 18 °C
For long-term change,
press OK
OK
Mode
Time
periods
Effect
Auto
On
Switch to another display view with the
request:
–
–
Off
Permanent change to the Day
temp. heating
Change to the Day temp. heating
for six hours
Direct change to the Set-back temp.
heat. for six hours
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Day
Day
Direct permanent change to the Max.
vent. stage: Day
Set-back
Direct permanent change to the Max.
vent. stge: Night
4.3.1.4 Changing the desired setting in the Manual
cooling advanced function
Mode
Time
periods
Effect
Activated
On
Direct permanent change to the Day
temp. cooling
Off
None
4.3.1.5 Using the rotary knob to make settings with
no effect
You cannot influence the following advanced functions by
turning the rotary knob:
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
System OFF active
Cylinder boost
Party function
1 day at home
Days at home scheduling
1 day away from home
Days away from home scheduling
Ventilation boost
Screed-drying function
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5 Operating and display functions
4.3.2
Example, changing the display contrast
Auto
5.0 °C
°C
15:34
19.5
Basic settings
Language
Date/time
Display
Desired heating temp. 20.0 °C
Menu
1.
2.
Operating mode
If the display does not show the basic display, press the
left-hand selection button Back until the basic display
appears on the display.
Press the left-hand selection button Menu.
◁
The controller switches to selection level 1.
Menu
Information
Desired temperatures
Timer programmes
Back
3.
Select
Menu
Planning days away from home
Days at home scheduling
Basic settings
4.
Select
Press the right-hand selection button Select.
◁
The controller switches to selection level 2.
Basic settings
Language
Date/time
Display
Back
5.
6.
Select
Press the right-hand selection button Select.
◁
The controller will switch to setting level Display.
The adjustable value for the Display contrast will
be highlighted.
Display
Display contrast
Button lock
9
Back
Turn the rotary knob until the list entry Basic settings
is highlighted.
Back
Back
7.
Press the right-hand selection button Change.
◁
The highlighted value flashes.
Display
Display contrast
Button lock
9
Cancel
8.
OK
Turn the rotary knob to change the value.
Display
Display contrast
Button lock
Cancel
9.
Select
Turn the rotary knob until the list entry Display is highlighted.
Change
12
OK
Press the right-hand selection button OK to confirm the
change.
◁
The controller has saved the changed value.
10. Press the left-hand selection button Back repeatedly to
go back to the basic display.
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Operating and display functions
Note
The functions described in this section are not
available for all system configurations.
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Overview table of the operating modes and operating levels
–
Operating modes (→ Page 19)
Operating levels (→ Page 19)
The path details given at the start of each function description indicate how you reach this function in the menu structure.
The description of the functions for ZONE1 also applies for
all available zones.
5.1
Information
5.1.1
Reading the system status
Menu → Information → System status
–
Under System status, there is a list containing information that provides an overview of the current system
status, and current settings that you can change there.
Menu → Information → System status → Environmental
yield
–
–
If no maintenance is required and no faults have occurred, the value No fault appears for Fault status.
If maintenance is required or a fault has occurred, the
value Fault list is shown for Fault status. In this case,
the right-hand selection button is for the Display function.
If you press the right-hand selection button Display, the
list of fault messages appears on the display.
Menu → Information → System status → Reset env.yield
–
If you select the Yes setting in the Reset env.yield function and press the right-hand selection button OK, you reset the previously totalled environmental yield to 0 kWh.
Menu → Information → System status → Curr. room air
hum.
–
You can use this function to read the current room air
humidity. The room air humidity sensor is installed in the
controller.
Menu → Information → System status → Current dew
point
–
You can use this function to read the current dew point.
The dew point indicates the temperature at which the
water vapour in the air condenses and settles on objects.
Menu → Information → System status → triVAI
–
Menu → Information → System status → Green IQ
–
You can use this function to read the total environment
yield.
Note the contents of the section Display for energy consumption and energy yield (→ Page 10).
5.1.1.1 System
Menu → Information → System status → Fault status
If you select the Yes setting in the Reset solar yield
function and press the right-hand selection button OK,
you reset the previously totalled solar yield to 0 kWh.
You can use the function if the connected heat generator
Green IQ is capable of this.
You can use this function to read whether the heat pump
or the auxiliary heater (gas, oil or electricity) is currently
covering the energy requirement. The energy manager
uses the triVAI and the comfort criteria to decide which
heat generator to use.
On: The operating mode controls the heat generator in the
heating and cylinder charging mode so that a maximum
gross calorific value utilisation is achieved.
If the value that is read is greater than 1, the heat pump is
better at covering the energy requirement than the auxiliary
heater.
Off: The operating mode is switched off.
5.1.1.2 ZONE1
Menu → Information → System status → Water pressure
–
You can use this function to read the water pressure of
the heating installation.
Menu → Information → System status → Day temp. heating
–
Menu → Information → System status → System status
You can use this function to set the desired day temperature for the zone.
–
You can use this function to read the heating installation's operating mode.
Day temp. heating is the temperature that you want to have
in the rooms during the day or when you are at home.
–
Standby: The heating installation has no energy requirement and is in standby.
Heat. mode: The heating installation heats the living
areas to the Desired heating temp..
Cooling: The heating installation cools the living areas to
the Desired cooling temp..
DHW: The heating installation heats the hot water in the
cylinder to the desired temperature Domestic hot water.
Menu → Information → System status → Day temp. cooling
–
–
–
Menu → Information → System status → Collector temp.
–
You can use this function to read the current temperature
on the collector temperature sensor.
Menu → Information → System status → Solar yield
–
You can use this function to read the total solar yield.
Note the contents of the section Display for energy consumption and energy yield (→ Page 10).
–
You can use this function to set the desired day temperature for the zone.
Day temp. cooling is the temperature that you want to have
in the rooms during the day or when you are at home.
Menu → Information → System status → Set-back temp.
heat.
–
You can use this function to set the desired set-back
temperature for the zone.
Set-back temp. heat. is the temperature that you want to
have in the rooms during the night or when you are away
from home (night mode).
Menu → Information → System status → Room temperature
Menu → Information → System status → Reset solar yield
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–
If the controller is installed outside of the heat generator,
you can read the current room temperature.
The controller has an integrated temperature sensor, which
determines the room temperature.
5.1.1.3 Ventilation
Menu → Information → System status → Air quality
sensor 1/2
–
You can use this function to read the measured values
from the air quality sensor.
Menu → Information → System status → Exhaust air humidity
–
You can use this function to read the exhaust air humidity
in the ventilation unit's ventilation shaft.
5.1.2
Display of energy consumption and energy
yield
In the display and in the app that can also be used, the control displays values for the energy consumption and/or the
energy yield.
The control displays an estimation of the values for the installation. Among other things, the values are influenced by
the following:
–
–
–
–
The installation/design of the heating installation
User behaviour
Seasonal environmental conditions
Tolerances and components
External components, such as external heating pumps or
valves, and other consumers and appliances in the household are still not taken into consideration.
The deviations between the energy consumption or energy
yield that is displayed and the actual energy consumption or
energy yield may be significant.
The specifications for the energy consumption or energy
yield are not suitable to be used to create or compare energy
billing.
5.1.2.1 Consumption
Some components do not support the calculation of consumption, the total of which is shown on the display. In the
instructions for the components, you can find out if and how
the individual components determine the consumption.
Menu → Information → Consumption → Current month →
Heating → Electricity
–
You can use this function to read the total electrical consumption for heating in the current month.
Menu → Information → Consumption → Current month →
Heating → Fuel
–
You can use this function to read the total fuel consumption in kWh for heating in the current month.
Menu → Information → Consumption → Current month →
Hot water → Electricity
–
You can use this function to read the total electrical consumption for hot water in the current month.
–
You can use this function to read the total fuel consumption in kWh for hot water in the current month.
Menu → Information → Consumption → Last month →
Heating → Electricity
–
You can use this function to read the total electrical consumption for heating in the last month.
Menu → Information → Consumption → Last month →
Heating → Fuel
–
You can use this function to read the total fuel consumption in kWh for heating in the last month.
Menu → Information → Consumption → Last month → Hot
water → Electricity
–
You can use this function to read the total electrical consumption for hot water in the last month.
Menu → Information → Consumption → Last month → Hot
water → Fuel
–
You can use this function to read the total fuel consumption in kWh for hot water in the last month.
Menu → Information → Consumption → History → Heating
→ Electricity
–
You can use this function to read the total electrical consumption for heating since start-up.
Menu → Information → Consumption → History → Heating
→ Fuel
–
You can use this function to read the total fuel consumption in kWh for heating since start-up.
Menu → Information → Consumption → History → Hot water → Electricity
–
You can use this function to read the total electrical consumption for hot water since start-up.
Menu → Information → Consumption → History → Hot water → Fuel
–
You can use this function to read the total fuel consumption in kWh for hot water since start-up.
5.1.2.2 Diagram: Reading the solar yield
Menu → Information → Solar yield
–
The diagram under Solar yield shows a comparison of
the monthly solar yields between the previous and the
current year.
The total yield is displayed on the bottom right. The highest
value achieved in one month for the last two years is displayed in the top right.
5.1.2.3 Diagram: Reading the environmental yield
Menu → Information → Environmental yield
–
The diagram under Environmental yield shows a comparison between the monthly environmental yields for the
previous year and for the current year.
The total yield is displayed on the bottom right. The highest
value achieved in one month for the last two years is displayed in the top right.
Menu → Information → Consumption → Current month →
Hot water → Fuel
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5.1.2.4 Diagram: Reading the electrical
consumption
5.2.1.1 Zone
Menu → Information → Electrical consumption
–
–
The diagram under Electrical consumption shows a
comparison between the monthly consumption of electricity for the previous year and for the current year.
The total yield is displayed on the bottom right. The highest
value achieved in one month for the last two years is displayed in the top right.
5.1.2.5 Diagram: Reading the fuel consumption
Menu → Information → Fuel consumption
–
The diagram below Fuel consumption shows a comparison between the monthly fuel consumption for the previous year and for the current year.
The total yield is displayed on the bottom right. The highest
value achieved in one month for the last two years is displayed in the top right.
Menu → Desired temperatures → ZONE1
Heating
–
–
–
The diagram under Heat recovery shows a comparison
between the monthly heat recovery yield for the previous
year and for the current year.
The total yield is displayed on the bottom right. The highest
value achieved in one month for the last two years is displayed in the top right.
5.1.3
Read competent person contact details
Menu → Information → Contact details
–
If the competent person entered their company name and
telephone number when they installed the product, you
can read this data under Contact details.
5.1.4
Reading the serial number and article
number
Menu → Information → Serial number
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Serial number shows the serial number of the controller, which the competent person may require you to tell
him. The article number is found in the second line of the
serial number.
5.2
Settings
5.2.1
Setting desired temperatures
The desired Day temp. heating temperature is the temperature that you want to have in the rooms during the
day or when you are at home.
The desired Set-back temp. heat. temperature is the
temperature that you want to have in the rooms during
the night or when you are away from home.
Cooling
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The desired Day temp. cooling temperature is the temperature that you want to have in the rooms during the
day or when you are at home.
5.2.1.2 Hot water generation
Menu → Desired temperatures → Domestic hot water
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5.1.2.6 Diagram: Reading the heat recovery yield
Menu → Information → Heat recovery
You can set different desired temperatures for the zone:
You can set the required Domestic hot water temperature for the hot water circuit.
If a heat pump is connected and you have set the desired
temperature to above 55 °C, it may be the case that it is the
auxiliary heater that predominantly takes on the task of supplying domestic hot water.
5.2.2
Setting the ventilation level
Menu → Ventilation stage
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You can use this function to set how quickly the used
room air is replaced with fresh outside air.
The Max. vent. stage: Day ventilation level ensures the exchange of air that you want to have in the rooms during the
day or when you are at home. The Max. vent. stge: Night
ventilation level ensures the exchange of air that you want to
have in the rooms at night or when you are not at home. The
operating instructions for the ventilation unit explain how the
ventilation unit works with the ventilation levels.
5.2.3
Setting time programmes
5.2.3.1 Time programme settings after a voltage
loss
Note
If you de-energise the entire heating installation, all of the values that are set for the time
programmes will remain unchanged.
This function is used to set the desired temperatures for the
zone and hot water generation.
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5.2.3.2 Showing time periods for one day
5.2.3.5 Displaying and changing different times in
the block
B
1
Monday - Sunday
Period 1:
Period 2:
Period 3:
1
21 °C
2
2
16 °C
Back
4
3
!! : !! - !! : !!
!! : !! - !! : !!
!! : !! - !! : !!
Select
If you view a block on the display and have defined a different period for a day in this block, the display indicates the
different time periods in the block with !!.
A
16:30 18:00
20:00
22:30
A
Time
2
Set-back temp. heat.
B
Temperature
3
Time period 1
1
Day temp. heating
4
Time period 2
Individual dates vary from
the selected time programme
Mo-Su.
You can use the Time programmes function to set the time
period.
If you have not set any time periods, the controller uses the
time periods set in the factory settings.
5.2.3.3 Setting time periods for days and blocks
For each day and block, you can set up to three time periods.
Back
OK
If you press the right-hand selection button Select, a message appears on the display which informs you about different time periods. You do not need to adjust the times.
You can use the right-hand selection button OK to display
and change the set times for the block marked with !!.
The time periods set for a day have priority over the time
periods set for a block.
5.2.3.6 Setting the Heating time programme
Day temp. heating: 21 °C
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Menu → Time programmes → ZONE1
Set-back temp. heat.: 16 °C
Period 1: 06:00-08:00
Period 1: 16:30-18:00
Period 1: 20:00-22:30
Within the time periods, the controller brings the room temperature to the set Day temp. heating.
Outside the time periods, the controller brings the room temperature to the set Set-back temp. heat..
5.2.3.4 Setting time programmes quickly
If, for example, you require different time periods for just
one working day in the week, first set the times for the entire
block Monday - Friday. Then set the different time period for
the working day.
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The time programmes are only effective in Automatic
mode (→ Page 15). Within the time periods, the controller
brings the temperature of the connected rooms to the
set desired temperature Day temp. heating. Outside of
these time periods, the control switches to the operating
mode that the competent person has set: Eco or Setback temp. heat.. If the competent person has left the
default setting Eco, the control switches off the heating
function.
Setting the Heating operating mode. (→ Page 15)
5.2.3.7 Setting the Cooling time programme
Menu → Time programmes → ZONE1: Cooling
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The time programmes are only effective in the Cooling
mode and the Manual cooling advanced function. In
each set time period, the desired temperature that you
set in the Desired temperatures function applies. Within
the time periods, the zone cools the living areas to the
desired Day temp. cooling temperature. Outside this
time period, there is no cooling.
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5.2.3.8 Setting the hot water generation time
programme
Menu → Time programmes → DHW circuit
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The time programmes are only effective for hot water
generation in Automatic mode. In each set time period,
the desired Domestic hot water temperature applies. At
the end of a time period, the controller switches the hot
water generation off until the start of the next time period.
5.2.3.9 Circulation time programme
System operation during the set time period
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The hot water is not being heated.
The previously set temperature applies for all zones.
The ventilation runs at the lowest ventilation stage.
The cooling is switched off.
While the Days away from home scheduling function is
activated, it has priority over the set operating mode. At the
end of the specified period, or if you cancel the function, the
heating installation returns to the pre-set mode.
Note
The Cooling function remains switched on if this
is required by national law. In this case, the competent person adjusts your heating installation
in such a way that the Cooling function remains
switched on at the desired temperature during
your absence.
Menu → Time programmes → Circulation
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The time programmes are only effective for circulation
in Automatic mode. The set time periods determine the
operating times for circulation. Within the time period, the
circulation is switched on. Outside the time period, the
circulation is switched off.
5.2.3.10 Setting the Ventilation time programme
Menu → Time programmes → Ventilation
5.2.5
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Menu → Days at home scheduling
The time programmes are only effective in Automatic
mode. In each set time period, the ventilation level that
you set in the Ventilation function applies. Within the
time period, the controller regulates the ventilation unit to
Max. vent. stage: Day as a maximum. Outside the time
period, the controller regulates the ventilation unit to Max.
vent. stge: Night as a maximum.
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Day at home scheduling
In the specified period, the heating installation works in
the Automatic mode mode and uses the day settings for
Sunday, which were set using the Time programmes
function. At the end of the specified period, or if you cancel the function, the heating installation returns to the preset mode.
5.2.3.11 For the noise reduction periods
5.2.6
Menu → Time programmes → Noise reduction operation
Menu → Basic settings → Language
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You can use this function to reduce the fan speed and
therefore lower the noise level of the fan. The lower
speed reduces the heating output.
The following effects are possible:
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–
–
The dwelling no longer heats up.
The water in the domestic hot water cylinder no longer
heats up.
The auxiliary heater takes on the task of supplying
energy to the heating installation.
5.2.3.12 Setting the High tariff time programme
Menu → Time programmes → High tariff
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You can use this function to set when the high tariff or the
low tariff should be used to calculate the costs.
Within the time period: For the high tariff
Outside of the time period: For the low tariff
The times of high tariff depend on your energy supply company.
If the energy supply company only offers one tariff, you do
not need to set any time periods. The cost for the electricity
is calculated using one tariff.
Setting costs (→ Page 14)
5.2.4
Select language
If the language of e.g. a service technician differs from
the set language, you can change the language using
this function.
5.2.6.1 Setting your language
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Press the left-hand selection button repeatedly until the
basic display appears.
Press the left-hand selection button again.
Rotate the rotary knob clockwise until the dotted line
appears.
Turn the rotary knob anti-clockwise until the second list
entry above the dotted line is highlighted.
Press the right-hand selection button twice.
Turn the rotary knob until you find a language that you
understand.
Press the right-hand selection button.
5.2.7
Setting the date and time
Note
If you disconnect the entire heating installation
from the power supply, the time continues to run
correctly for 30 minutes. You then have to reset
the date and time.
Days away from home scheduling
Menu → Days away from home scheduling
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You can use this function to set a period of time and a
temperature for the days that you are away from home.
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5.2.7.1 Setting the date
5.2.12 Setting costs
Menu → Basic settings → Date/time → Date
You must specify all tariffs in the unit of currency per kWh for
the calculation to be correct.
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Select this function to set the current date. All controller
functions that contain a date relate to the set date.
5.2.7.2 Setting the time
Menu → Basic settings → Date/time → Time
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Select this function to set the current time. All controller
functions that contain a time relate to the set time.
5.2.8
Activating the automatic or manual changeover to daylight saving time
If your energy supply company specifies the gas and elec3
tricity tariff in the unit of currency per m , ask for the precise
gas and electricity tariff in the unit of currency per kWh.
If your energy supply company only offers one electricity
tariff, enter the same value for the High-tariff elec. rate
(→ Page 14) and Low-tariff elec. rate (→ Page 14) functions.
Round the amount up or down to one decimal place.
Example:
Menu → Basic settings → Date/time → Daylight saving
time
–
You can use this function to set whether the controller
automatically changes over to daylight saving time, or
whether you want to do this manually.
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Auto: The controller automatically changes over to daylight saving time.
Manual: You have to manually change over to daylight
saving time.
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Note
Daylight saving time means Central European
summer time: Start = last Sunday in March, End =
last Sunday in October.
If the outside temperature sensor is equipped with a DCF77
receiver, the daylight saving time setting is irrelevant.
5.2.9
Set display contrast
Costs
Setting/factor
Tariff for aux.
heater
(Gas, oil, electricity)
11.3 currency
units/kWh
113
Low-tariff elec.
rate
(heat pump)
14.5 currency
units/kWh
145
High-tariff elec.
rate
(heat pump)
18.7 currency
units/kWh
187
5.2.12.1 Setting the tariff for the auxiliary boiler
Menu → Basic settings → Costs → Tariff for aux. heater
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The factor/value that is set requires the hybrid manager
to calculate costs correctly.
To set the correct factor/value, you will need to ask your
energy supply company what your gas and electricity tariff
is.
Menu → Basic settings → Display → Display contrast
5.2.12.2 Setting the low-tariff electricity rate
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Menu → Basic settings → Costs → Low-tariff elec. rate
You can set the display contrast in relation to the brightness of the surroundings, to ensure that the display is
clearly legible.
5.2.10 Activating Button lock
Menu → Basic settings → Display → Button lock
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You can use this function to activate the button lock. After
one minute of not pressing any button or operating the
rotary knob, the button lock is active and you can no
longer change any functions unintentionally.
Each time you actuate the controller, the following message appears on the display Button lock active To unlock,
press OK for 3 seconds. If you press and hold the OK button for 3 seconds, the basic display appears and you can
change functions. The button lock becomes active again if
you do not press any button or operate the rotary knob for
one minute.
To permanently remove the button lock, you must first release the button lock and then select the value off in the
Button lock function.
5.2.11 Setting the preferred display
Menu → Basic settings → Display → Preferred display
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You can use this function to choose whether you see
the data for heating, cooling or ventilation in the basic
display.
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The factor/value that is set requires the hybrid manager
to calculate costs correctly.
To correctly set Low-tariff elec. rate, you must ask your
energy supply company what your electricity tariff is.
5.2.12.3 Setting the high-tariff electricity rate
Menu → Basic settings → Costs → High-tariff elec. rate
–
The factor/value that is set requires the hybrid manager
to calculate costs correctly.
To correctly set High-tariff elec. rate, you must ask your
energy supply company what your electricity tariff is.
5.2.13 Set offset room temperature
Menu → Basic settings → Offset → Room temperature
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The controller can display the current room temperature if
it is installed in a living room.
A thermometer is integrated in the controller for measuring
the room temperature. You can use the offset to correct the
measured temperature value.
5.2.14 Set offset outside temperature
Menu → Basic settings → Offset → Outside temperature
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The thermometer in the controller's outside temperature
sensor measures the outside temperature. You can use
the offset to correct the measured temperature value.
5.2.15 Changing a zone name
5.2.19 Installer level
The Installer level is reserved for the competent person and
is therefore protected by an access code. At this level, the
competent person can implement the required settings.
Menu → Basic settings → Enter zone name
5.3
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The operating modes can be activated directly from any
operating mode using the right-hand selection button Op.
mode. If the heating installation is equipped with more than
one zone, the activated operating mode only applies for the
zone that was preset by the competent person.
You can now modify the factory-specified zone names as
you wish. The name is limited to 10 characters.
5.2.16 Activating Heat recovery
Menu → Basic settings → Ventilation → Heat recovery
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The Heat recovery function is set to Auto. This means
that an internal control system checks whether heat recovery makes sense, or whether the outdoor air can be
guided directly into the living room. For more information,
see the operating instructions for recoVAIR.../4 and later
models.
If you have selected Activate, heat recovery is used constantly.
5.2.17 Setting the room air humidity
Operating modes
If more than one zone is activated, you can set a separate
operating mode for each zone using the left-hand selection
button Menu→ Basic settings.
The path details given at the start of each operating mode
description indicate how you reach this operating mode in
the menu structure.
5.3.1
Setting the Heating operating mode
Op. mode → Heating
Menu → Basic settings → Max. room air humidity
Menu → Basic settings → Operating mode → ZONE1 →
Heating
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If the room air humidity exceeds the value set, a connected dehumidifier is activated. As soon as the value drops
below the value that is set, the dehumidifier switches off
again.
5.2.18 Resetting to default setting
You can reset the settings for the Time programmes or for
Everything to the default setting.
Menu → Basic settings → Default setting → Time programmes
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With Time programmes, you reset all the settings you
have made in the Time programmes function to the
default setting. All other settings that include times, such
as Date/time, are not affected.
off: The zone is switched off in this operating mode and the
frost protection function is activated.
Auto: The operating mode brings the zone to the desired
temperature set for Day temp. heating in the time periods
that you have set in the time programme.
Outside these time periods, the controller regulates the controller behaviour set by the competent person.
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While the controller is resetting the time programme settings
to the default settings, In progress is shown on the display.
The basic display is then shown on the display.
Caution.
Risk of a malfunction.
The Default setting Everything function
restores all settings to the default settings,
including those set by the competent person.
It may be the case that it is no longer possible
to operate the heating installation after this.
▶
Arrange for the competent person to reset
all settings to factory settings.
Menu → Basic settings → Default setting → Everything
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While the controller is restoring the default settings,
Reset to default setting In progress is shown in the
display. The installation assistant is then shown in the
display; it must only be operated by a competent person.
You can use this function to specify how the system operates in heating mode.
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EcoThe heating function is switched off and the controller
monitors the outside temperature. If the outside temperature falls below 3 °C, the controller switches the heating
function on after the end of the frost protection delay time
and brings the room temperature to the set desired temperature Set-back temp. heat.. Despite the heating function being activated, the burner is only active on demand.
If the outside temperature rises above 4 °C, the controller
switches the heating function off, but continues to monitor
the outside temperature.
Set-back: The heating function is switched on and the
controller brings the room temperature to the set desired
temperature Set-back temp. heat..
Day: The operating mode brings the zone to the desired
temperature Day temp. heating, regardless of the time periods that you have set in the time programme.
Set-back: The operating mode brings the zone to the desired temperature Set-back temp. heat., regardless of the
time periods that you have set in the time programme.
5.3.2
Setting the Cooling operating mode
Op. mode → Cooling
Menu → Basic settings → Operating mode → ZONE1 →
Cooling
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You can use this function to specify how the system operates in cooling mode.
off: The zone is switched off in this operating mode.
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Auto: The operating mode brings the zone to the desired
temperature Day temp. cooling in the time periods that you
have set in the time programme. Outside these time periods,
the Cooling function is switched off.
Day: The operating mode brings the zone to the desired
temperature set for Day temp. cooling, regardless of the
time periods that you have set in the time programme.
5.3.3
Setting the Ventilation operating mode
The operating instructions for the ventilation unit explain how
the ventilation unit works with the ventilation levels.
Op. mode → Ventilation
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You can use this function to define how the ventilation
unit operates during ventilation.
Auto: The operating mode controls the air exchange via
the set ventilation level Max. vent. stage: Day in the set
time periods that you have defined in the time programme.
The set ventilation level Max. vent. stge: Night is effective
outside of the time periods.
5.4
The advanced functions can be activated directly from any
operating mode using the right-hand selection button Op.
mode. If the heating installation is equipped with more than
one zone, the activated advanced function only applies for
the zone that was preset by the competent person.
If more than one zone is activated, you can set a separate
advanced function for each zone using the left-hand selection button Menu→ Basic settings.
The path details given at the start of each advanced function
description indicate how you can access this advanced function in the menu structure.
5.4.1
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If the air quality is good, the ventilation unit works at a
lower ventilation level than the one that is set.
If the air quality is poor, the ventilation unit works at a
higher ventilation level. However, the ventilation unit cannot exceed the Max. vent. stage: Day and Max. vent.
stge: Night ventilation levels that are set.
Day: The operating mode constantly controls the exchange
of air using the value that you set in the Max. vent. stage:
Day ventilation level.
Set-back: The operating mode constantly controls the exchange of air using the value that you set in the Max. vent.
stge: Night ventilation level.
5.3.4
Setting the operating mode for hot water
generation
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You can use this function to specify how the system operates during hot water generation.
off: Hot water generation is switched off and the frost protection function is activated.
Auto: The operating mode brings the hot water generation to
the desired temperature set for Domestic hot water in the
time periods that you have set in the time programme.
Day: The operating mode brings the hot water generation
to the desired temperature set for Domestic hot water, regardless of the time periods that you have set in the time
programme.
5.3.5
Operating mode for circulation
The operating mode for circulation always corresponds to
the operating mode for hot water. You cannot set a different
operating mode.
If the outside temperature is high, you can activate the
Manual cooling advanced function. You define for how
many days you want to activate the advanced function. If
you activate Manual cooling, you cannot use the heating
function at the same time. The Manual cooling function
takes priority over the heating function.
The setting applies for as long as the advanced function is
active. The advanced function is deactivated if the days that
are set have elapsed or if the outside temperature falls below
4 °C.
If you want to set the temperature separately for more than
one zone, you can set these temperatures using the Desired
temperatures function.
5.4.2
1 day at home
Op. mode → 1 day at home
Menu → Basic settings → Operating mode → ZONE1 → 1
day at home
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Op. mode → Domestic hot water
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Manual cooling
Op. mode → Manual cooling
If air-quality sensors are connected to the ventilation unit, the
ventilation unit varies the ventilation levels:
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Advanced functions
If you spend a weekday at home, activate the 1 day at
home advanced function. The advanced function activates the Automatic mode mode for one day with the settings for Sunday, as set in the Time programmes function.
The advanced function is automatically deactivated after
24:00 hours or you can cancel the advanced function first.
The heating installation will then return to the pre-set operating mode.
5.4.3
1 day away from home
Op. mode → 1 day away from home
Menu → Basic settings → Operating mode → ZONE1 → 1
day away from home
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If you are only away from home for one day, activate
the 1 day away from home advanced function. The advanced function brings the room temperature to the Setback desired temperature.
Hot water generation and circulation are switched off and the
frost protection is activated.
The advanced function is automatically deactivated after
24:00 hours or you can cancel the advanced function first.
The heating installation will then return to the pre-set operating mode.
Ventilation is activated and works at the lowest ventilation
level.
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5.4.4
Ventilation boost
5.5
Messages
Op. mode → Ventilation boost
5.5.1
Service message
Menu → Basic settings → Operating mode → ZONE1 →
Ventilation boost
If a service is required, the controller displays a service message in the display.
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To prevent the heating installation from breaking down and
to prevent damage, you must pay attention to the service
message:
If you want to switch off the zone while the living areas
are being ventilated, activate the Ventilation boost advanced function.
This advanced function switches the zone off for 30 minutes.
The frost protection function is activated, and hot water generation and circulation remain active.
Ventilation is activated and works at the highest ventilation
level.
The advanced function is automatically deactivated after 30
minutes or you can cancel the advanced function first. The
heating installation will then return to the pre-set operating
mode.
5.4.5
Party
▶
▶
If the operating instructions for the unit that is displayed
contain maintenance instructions for the service message, carry out maintenance work according to the maintenance instructions.
If the operating instructions for the unit displayed do not
contain maintenance instructions for the service message, or if you do not want to carry out the maintenance
work yourself, inform a competent person.
5.5.2
Fault message
Menu → Basic settings → Operating mode → ZONE1 →
Party function
If a fault occurs in the heating installation, the controller displays a fault message in the display. The competent person
must clear or rectify the fault in the heating installation, otherwise it could cause material damage or make the heating
installation malfunction.
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▶
Op. mode → Party function
If you want to switch on the zone, hot water generation,
ventilation and circulation temporarily, activate the Party
function advanced function.
The advanced function brings the room temperature to the
set desired temperature Day, in accordance with the set time
periods.
The advanced function is deactivated after six seconds or
if you cancel it before the six seconds is up. The heating
installation will then return to the pre-set mode.
5.4.6
Cylinder boost
Op. mode → Cylinder boost
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If you have switched off hot water generation or require
hot water outside a time period, activate the Cylinder
boost advanced function.
If you would like to see the basic display on the display
again, press the left-hand selection button Back.
You can read the current fault messages under Menu → Information → System status → Fault status. As soon as a
fault message occurs for the heating installation, the setting
level displays the value Fault list. The right-hand selection
button has been assigned the Display function.
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6.1
System OFF (frost protection active)
Op. mode → System OFF active
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Maintenance
Caring for the product
Caution.
Risk of material damage caused by unsuitable cleaning agents.
The advanced function heats the water in the domestic hot
water cylinder until it reaches the set desired temperature
Domestic hot water. The advanced function is active for
one hour unless you cancel it sooner. The heating installation then returns to the preset operating mode.
5.4.7
Inform a competent person.
▶
▶
Do not use sprays, scouring agents, detergents, solvents or cleaning agents that
contain chlorine.
Clean the casing with a damp cloth and a little solventfree soap.
The heating function, hot water circuit and cooling are
switched off. The frost protection function is activated.
The circulation is switched off.
Ventilation is activated and works at the lowest ventilation
level.
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7.1
Troubleshooting
Overview of the faults
Detecting and rectifying faults (→ Page 23)
If the fault message Restricted operation/ comfort protection Inactive appears on the display, the heat pump has
failed and the controller enters limp home mode. The auxiliary heater now supplies the heating installation with heating
energy. During installation, the competent person has restricted the temperature for limp home mode. You can feel that
the hot water and heating are not becoming very hot.
While you wait for the competent person to come, you can
use the rotary knob to implement the following settings:
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–
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Inactive: The controller works in limp home mode; heating and hot water at a moderately warm temperature
Heating: The auxiliary heater takes over heating mode;
hot heating, cold hot water
DHW: The auxiliary heater takes over domestic hot water
mode; hot water hot, heating cold
DHW+heat.: The auxiliary heater takes over heating and
domestic hot water mode; heating and hot water hot
The auxiliary heater is not as efficient as the heat pump,
meaning that using only the auxiliary heater to generate heat
is expensive.
If you want to implement settings on the controller, click
Back and the basic display appears on the display. After five
minutes of no operation, the fault message appears again in
the display.
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8.1
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9.1
Guarantee and customer service
Guarantee
We only grant a Vaillant manufacturers warranty if a suitably
qualified engineer has installed the system in accordance
with Vaillant instructions. The system owner will be granted
a warranty in accordance with the Vaillant terms and conditions. All requests for work during the guarantee period must
be made to Vaillant Service Solutions.
9.2
Customer service
To ensure regular servicing, it is strongly recommended
that arrangements are made for a Maintenance Agreement.
Please contact Vaillant Service Solutions for further details:
Telephone: 0330 100 3461
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10.1
Technical data
Product data in accordance with EU
Ordinance no. 811/2013, 812/2013
On units with integrated weather compensators, including a
room thermostat function that can be activated, the seasonal
room-heating efficiency always includes the correction factor
for controller technology class VI. The seasonal room-heating efficiency may deviate if this function is deactivated.
Temperature control class
VI
Contribution to the seasonal room-heating energy efficiency ɳs
4.0 %
Decommissioning
Replacing the controller
If the controller of the heating system needs to be replaced,
the heating system must be shut down.
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8.2
▶
This work should be carried out by a competent person.
Recycling and disposal
The competent person who installed your product is responsible for the disposal of the packaging.
If the product is identified with this symbol:
▶
▶
In this case, do not dispose of the product with the
household waste.
Instead, hand in the product to a collection centre for old
electrical or electronic appliances.
If the product contains batteries that are marked with
this symbol, these batteries may contain substances that are
hazardous to human health and the environment.
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In this case, dispose of the batteries at a collection point
for batteries.
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Appendix
Appendix
A
Overview of the operating and display functions
Note
The listed functions in the overview of the operating modes and overview of the operating levels are not available
for all system configurations.
A.1
Operating modes
Operating mode
Setting
Default setting
Heating
off, Auto, Day, Set-back
Auto
Cooling
off, Auto, Day
Auto
Operating mode
Ventilation
Auto, Day, Set-back
Auto
Domestic hot water
off, Auto, Day
Auto
Manual cooling
active
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1 day at home
active
–
1 day away from home
active
–
Ventilation boost
active
–
Party function
active
–
Cylinder boost
active
–
System OFF active
active
–
Advanced functions
A.2
Operating levels
The description of the functions for ZONE1 also applies for all available zones.
Setting level
Values
Min.
Unit
Increment, select
Default setting
Max.
Information → System status →
System ---Fault status
Current value
No fault, Fault list
Green IQ
Off, On
Water pressure
Current value
System status
Current value
Burner
Current value
Collector temp.
Current value
℃
Solar yield
Current value
kWh
Current value
kWh
Standby, Heat. mode, Cooling, DHW
On, off
Reset solar yield
Environmental yield
On
bar
Reset env.yield
Curr. room air hum.
Current value
%
Current dew point
Current value
℃
triVAI
Current value
Yes, No
No
Yes, No
No
ZONE1 ---Day temp. heating
5
30
℃
0.5
20
Day temp. cooling
15
30
℃
0.5
24
Set-back temp. heat.
5
30
℃
0.5
15
Room temperature
Current value
℃
Current value
ppm
Ventilation ---Air quality sensor 1
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Setting level
Values
Min.
Unit
Increment, select
Default setting
Max.
Air quality sensor 2
Current value
ppm
Exhaust air humidity
Current value
%rel
Information → Consumption → Current month →
Heating ---Electricity
Total value for the
current month
kWh
Fuel
Total value for the
current month
kWh
Electricity
Total value for the
current month
kWh
Fuel
Total value for the
current month
kWh
Hot water ----
Information → Consumption → Last month →
Heating ---Electricity
Total value for the last
month
kWh
Fuel
Total value for the last
month
kWh
Electricity
Total value since startup
kWh
Fuel
Total value since startup
kWh
Hot water ----
Information → Consumption → History →
Heating ---Electricity
Total value since startup
kWh
Fuel
Total value since startup
kWh
Electricity
Total value since startup
kWh
Fuel
Total value since startup
kWh
Previous year to current year comparison
kWh/month
Previous year to current year comparison
kWh/month
Hot water ----
Information → Solar yield →
Bar chart
Information → Environmental yield →
Bar chart
Information → Electrical consumption →
Bar chart
Previous year to current year comparison
kWh/month
Previous year to current year comparison
kWh/month
Information → Fuel consumption →
Bar chart
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Setting level
Values
Min.
Unit
Increment, select
Default setting
Max.
Information → Heat recovery →
Bar chart
Previous year to current year comparison
kWh/month
Information → Contact details →
Installer Phone number
Current values
Information → Serial number
Product number
Permanent value
Desired temperatures → ZONE1 →
Day temp. heating
5
30
℃
0.5
20
Day temp. cooling
15
30
℃
0.5
24
Set-back temp. heat.
5
30
℃
0.5
15
70
℃
1
60
Desired temperatures → Domestic hot water →
Domestic hot water
35
Ventilation stage →
Max. vent. stage: Day
Depending on the
ventilation unit
1
Depending on the
ventilation unit
Max. vent. stge: Night
Depending on the
ventilation unit
1
Depending on the
ventilation unit
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday
- Friday, Saturday - Sunday,
Monday - Sunday
Mo - Fr: 06:0022:00
Sa: 07:30-23:30
Su: 07:30-22:00
Time
Time
Time
Time
programmes
programmes
programmes
programmes
→
→
→
→
ZONE1 (Heating) →
ZONE1: Cooling →
Circulation →
Ventilation →
Individual days and blocks
Period 1: Start – End
Period 2: Start – End
Period 3: Start – End
00:00
24:00
h:min
00:10
Time programmes → Domestic hot water →
Individual days and blocks
Period 1: Start – End
Period 2: Start – End
Period 3: Start – End
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday
- Friday, Saturday - Sunday,
Monday - Sunday
00:00
24:00
h:min
Mo to Fr: 05:3022:00
Sa: 07:00-23:30
Su: 07.00-22.00
00:10
Time programmes → Noise reduction operation →
Individual days and blocks
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- Friday, Saturday - Sunday,
Monday - Sunday
Mon – Sun: 00:0000:00
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Setting level
Period 1: Start – End
Period 2: Start – End
Period 3: Start – End
Values
Min.
Max.
00:00
24:00
Unit
Increment, select
Default setting
h:min
00:10
Mon – Sun: 00:0000:00
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday
- Friday, Saturday - Sunday,
Monday - Sunday
Mo - Su: 11:0013:00
Time programmes → High tariff →
Individual days and blocks
Period 1: Start – End
Period 2: Start – End
Period 3: Start – End
00:00
24:00
h:min
00:10
Start
01.01.01
31.12.99
dd.mm.yy
Day.Month.Year
01.01.14
End
01.01.01
31.12.99
dd.mm.yy
Day.Month.Year
01.01.14
Temperature
5
30
℃
1
15
Start
01.01.01
31.12.99
dd.mm.yy
Day.Month.Year
01.01.14
End
01.01.01
31.12.99
dd.mm.yy
Day.Month.Year
01.01.14
Selectable language
English
Days away from home scheduling →
Days at home scheduling →
Basic settings → Language →
Basic settings → Date/time →
Date
01.01.01
31.12.99
dd.mm.yy
Day.Month.Year
01.01.15
Time
00:00
23:59
h:min
00:10
08:00
Manual, Auto
Manual
Daylight saving time
Basic settings → Display →
Display contrast
1
9
Button lock
1
15
off, On
off
Preferred display
Heating, Cooling, Vent.
Heating
Basic settings → Costs →
Tariff for aux. heater
1
999
1
12
Low-tariff elec. rate
1
999
1
16
High-tariff elec. rate
1
999
1
20
Room temperature
-3.0
3.0
K
0.5
0.0
Outside temperature
-3.0
3.0
K
0.5
0.0
Basic settings → Offset →
Basic settings → Operating mode → ZONE1 →
Heating
off, Auto, Day, Set-back
Auto
Cooling
off, Auto, Day
Auto
1 day at home
Active, Not active
Not active
1 day away from home
Active, Not active
Not active
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Setting level
Values
Increment, select
Default setting
Ventilation boost
Active, Not active
Not active
Party function
Active, Not active
Not active
A to Z, 0 to 9, space
ZONE1
Auto, Activate, off
Auto
1
40
Time programmes
Yes, No
No
Everything
Yes, No
No
1
000
Min.
Unit
Max.
Basic settings → Enter zone name →
ZONE1
1
10
Letter/number
Basic settings → Ventilation →
Heat recovery
Basic settings → Max. room air humidity →
Max. room air hum.
30
70
%rel
Basic settings → Default setting →
Installer level →
Enter code
B
000
999
Detecting and rectifying faults
Fault
Cause
Remedy
Display is dark
Appliance fault
–
No changes in the display when the rotary
knob is turned
–
Switch off the mains switch on all heat generators for approx. 1 minute and then switch them on again.
If the fault is still present, inform the competent person.
No changes in the display when the selection buttons are pressed
It is not possible to change the settings or
values
Display view: Button lock active To unlock, press OK for 3 seconds
Button lock is active
If you want to change the values without deactivating the button lock:
1. Press the OK selection button for 3 seconds.
2. Select the function for which you want to change a value.
3. Change the value.
After one minute of not pressing anything, the button lock is
reactivated.
If you want to deactivate the button lock:
1. Press the OK selection button for 3 seconds.
2. Select the Button lock function.
3. Change the value to off.
Insufficient heating-up of the heating and
the hot water
Display view: Restricted operation/ comfort protection
Heat pump does not
work
1. Inform the competent person.
Temporary settings until the competent person arrives:
2. Use the rotary knob to select the setting:
–
–
–
–
Inactive: The controller works in limp home mode; heating
and hot water at a moderately warm temperature
Heating*: The auxiliary heater takes over heating mode
DHW: The auxiliary heater takes over domestic hot water
mode
DHW+heat.: The auxiliary heater takes over heating and
domestic hot water mode
*The auxiliary heater is not as efficient as the heat pump, meaning that using only the auxiliary heater to generate heat is expensive.
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Fault
Cause
Remedy
Display view: Fault F. Fault: Heat generator 1
(The specific fault code, e.g. F.28, appears behind F. in the display.)
Heat generator faults
1. Press the Reset selection button.
–
Heat generator fault clearance? appears in the display.
2. Press the OK selection button.
–
Faults are cleared for the heat generator briefly appears
in the display.
3. If the fault persists, inform the competent person.
*The auxiliary heater is not as efficient as the heat pump, meaning that using only the auxiliary heater to generate heat is expensive.
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Index
1
1 day at home .................................................................... 16
1 day away from home...................................................... 16
A
Activating Button lock ........................................................ 14
Activating Heat recovery .................................................... 15
Advanced functions ........................................................... 16
1 day at home............................................................... 16
1 day away from home ................................................ 16
Cylinder boost.............................................................. 17
Manual cooling............................................................... 16
Party .............................................................................. 17
System OFF................................................................... 17
Ventilation boost.......................................................... 17
Article number ....................................................................... 5
B
Basic display ......................................................................... 6
C
Caring for the product.......................................................... 17
CE label ................................................................................. 5
Changing the display contrast, example ............................... 8
Circulation ............................................................................. 4
Circulation time programme ................................................ 13
Competent person, contact details...................................... 11
Contact details................................................................... 11
Contact details, competent person...................................... 11
Cooling .................................................................................. 4
Cylinder boost ................................................................... 17
D
Days at home scheduling .................................................... 13
Days away from home scheduling ...................................... 13
Desired temperature
Hot water generation ..................................................... 11
Setting............................................................................ 11
Zone............................................................................... 11
Display level .......................................................................... 5
Display, solar statistics ........................................................ 10
Documents ............................................................................ 4
E
Electrical consumption..................................................... 11
Entering a zone name ......................................................... 15
Environmental yield .......................................................... 10
Example, changing the display contrast................................ 8
F
Fault message..................................................................... 17
Frost protection function........................................................ 5
Fuel consumption ................................................................ 11
H
Heat recovery yield.............................................................. 11
Heating .................................................................................. 4
Hot water generation ....................................................... 4, 11
Hybrid manager..................................................................... 5
Hybrid manager heating installation ...................................... 5
I
Information in the basic display ............................................. 6
Installer level ....................................................................... 15
Intended use.......................................................................... 3
L
Language selection ............................................................. 13
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Main function ......................................................................... 4
Manual cooling .................................................................... 16
N
Nomenclature ........................................................................ 4
O
Operating concept ................................................................. 7
Operating level ...................................................................... 5
Operating mode................................................................... 15
Operating mode in the basic display ..................................... 6
Outside temperature, setting the offset ............................... 14
P
Party .................................................................................... 17
Preventing a malfunction....................................................... 5
R
Reading the article number ............................................. 5, 11
Reading the electrical consumption .................................... 11
Reading the environment yield............................................ 10
Reading the fuel consumption............................................. 11
Reading the heat recovery yield.......................................... 11
Reading the serial number .............................................. 5, 11
Reading the solar statistics ................................................. 10
Reading the system status .................................................... 9
Restoring the language ....................................................... 13
Room temperature, setting the offset .................................. 14
S
Selection level ....................................................................... 5
Serial number ........................................................................ 5
Service message................................................................. 17
Set values after a voltage loss ............................................ 11
Setting costs........................................................................ 14
Setting daylight saving time................................................. 14
Setting level........................................................................... 6
Setting the air humidity........................................................ 15
Setting the Cooling operating mode................................... 15
Setting the Cooling time programme.................................. 12
Setting the date ................................................................... 14
Setting the date, time .......................................................... 13
Setting the display ............................................................... 14
Setting the display contrast ................................................. 14
Setting the Heating operating mode ................................... 15
Setting the Heating time programme.................................. 12
Setting the High tariff time programme .............................. 13
Setting the high-tariff electricity rate .................................... 14
Setting the hot water generation time programme .............. 13
Setting the low-tariff electricity rate ..................................... 14
Setting the offset outside temperature ................................ 14
Setting the offset room temperature.................................... 14
Setting the operating mode for hot water generation .......... 16
Setting the preferred display ............................................... 14
Setting the room air humidity............................................... 15
Setting the standard time .................................................... 14
Setting the tariff for the auxiliary boiler ................................ 14
Setting the time ................................................................... 14
Setting the ventilation level.................................................. 11
Setting the Ventilation operating mode.............................. 16
Setting the Ventilation time programme............................. 13
Setting time periods for days and blocks............................. 12
Soft key function.................................................................... 6
System OFF ........................................................................ 17
System status........................................................................ 9
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T
Time period, deviating times in the block ............................ 12
Time programme
Noise reduction periods ................................................. 13
quick setting................................................................... 12
Setting............................................................................ 12
Time programme after switching off the voltage ................. 11
V
Ventilation.............................................................................. 4
Ventilation boost ............................................................... 17
Ventilation level ................................................................... 11
Z
Zone ................................................................................ 5, 11
Zone in the basic display....................................................... 6
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0020200782_03
09.09.2016
supplier
Vaillant Ltd.
Nottingham Road
Belper
Derbyshire
Telephone 0330 100 3461
info@vaillant.co.uk
www.vaillant.co.uk
DE56 1JT
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