Sinclair SMH-100IRA MONOBLOCK UNIT User Manual

Sinclair SMH-100IRA MONOBLOCK UNIT User Manual
MONOBLOCK INVERTER
AIR TO WATER HEAT PUMPS
SMH-100IRA
SMH-140IRA
“Original instructions”
To Users
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usingthe product, so as to master and correctly use the product. In order to guide you to correctly install and
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Contents
1. External View.............................................................................................................. 1
1.1 Keys & Indicating LEDs.....................................................................................................1
1.2 Standby Page and Homepage...........................................................................................2
2. Operation Instructions............................................................................................... 3
2.1 On/Off................................................................................................................................3
2.2 Function Setting.................................................................................................................4
2.3 Parameter Setting (Parameter Set).................................................................................20
2.4 View.................................................................................................................................23
2.5 General Setting................................................................................................................28
2.6 Key Lock..........................................................................................................................30
1. External View
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(This effect drawing is just for reference)
1.1 Keys & Indicating LEDs
No.
Symbol
Name
Functional Description
1
Running indicating LED
(green)
It will light on/off when the unit is turned on/off.
2
Power indicating LED
(yellow)
It will light on/off when the unit is powered on/off.
3
Error indicating LED (red)
It will light on when some fault occurs.
4
Left key
It is intended to move the cursor left.
5
Up key
It is intended to modify the setting state or value of the selected
parameter.
6
Menu key
It is intended to call out the main menu or back to the
homepage.
7
Right key
It is intended to move the cursor right.
8
Down key
It is intended to modify the setting state or value of the selected
parameter.
9
ON/OFF key
It is intended to turn on or off the unit.
10
Cancel/Return key
It is intended to go to the higher level menu.
11
OK key
It is intended to save the setting or go to the submenu.
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12
Function key no. 4
13
Function key no. 3
It is intended to perform different functions at difference pages.
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Function key no. 2
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Function key no. 1
1.2 Standby Page and Homepage
Standby Page
Home Page
No.
Item
Functional Description
1
Mode
2
Auxiliary Func.
It is intended to access to the actual running mode.
3
Error state
It indicates if there is any error.
4
T-water out
It indicates the actual leaving water temperature.
5
T-outdoor
It indicates the actual outdoor environment temperature.
6
Key lock
It indicates if the key lock is activated or deactivated.
7
FUNC.
It is intended to access to the function setting page.
8
PARA.
It is intended to access to the parameter setting page.
9
VIEW
It is intended to access to the view page.
10
GEN.
It is intended to access to the general setting page.
It indicates the auxiliary function.Note 1
Note
it includes the “Floor debug”, “Floor Debug err”, “Emergency mode”, “Weather-dependent mode”, “Quiet mode”
, “Forced cooling” , “Forced heating”, and “Holiday mode”.
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2. Operation Instructions
2.1 On/Off
It is intended to turn on/off the unit.
[Operation Instructions]
(1) At the homepage, by pressing the ON/OFF key
, the unit will be turned on/off.
(2) When the unit is ON, the green indicating LED
located at the upper right of the control will light on.
When the unit is OFF, the green indicating LED
will light off.
[Notes]
(a) The unit is defaulted to be OFF when it is energized for the first time.
(b) The ON/OFF key operation works only at the home page and the standby page.
(c) When the “Holiday mode”, “Emergen.mode” or "Thermostat" is activated, the ON/OFF key
operation will become ineffective.
(d) When the “Forced Heating” or “Forced Cooling” is activated, it will be deactivated by pressing the “ON/
OFF” key
, and then press the ON/OFF key
again to start the unit.
(e) ON/OFF operation will be memorized by setting “Memory” to be “On” at the “GEN.” setting page. That is, in
case of power failure the unit will resume running upon power recovery. Once “On/off Memory” is set to be “Off”,
in case of power failure the unit will keep “Off” upon power recovery.
(f) At the standby page, the Menu key
is used to back to the homepage, the ON/OFF key
is used
to turn on/off the unit if applicable, and all other key operations are ineffective.
(g) At the home page, the ON/OFF key
is intended to turn on/off the unit if applicable. The Function keys
no.1 to no.4 are corresponding to “FUNC.”, “PAPA”, “VIEW” and “GEN.” setting pages respectively.
(h) The control will return automatically to the homepage where there is no any key operation in 10 consecutive
minutes.
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2.2 Function Setting
It enables the user to set each function.
[Operation Instructions]
(1) At the homepage, by pressing the Function key no. 1
as shown in the figure below.
, the control will access to the FUNCTION page 1,
Normal temp.
FUNCTION page 1
(2) At the FUNCTION page, by the Right/Left key
by the Up/Down key
no. 3
key
or no. 4
, the desired function option can be selected, and
, the setting of the current function option can be modified. The function key
can be used for switch pages. After the setting is finished, by pressing the Menu
, the control will back to the homepage, or by pressing the Return key
the control will back
to the higher level menu.
[Notes]
(a) Move the cursor to the desired option and “Enter” will be displayed at the lower left side of the LCD,
reminding you that you are allowed to access to the submenu by pressing the OK key
.
(b) At the FUNCTION page, when the setting of some function option is changed and needs to be memorized,
then in case of power failure it will be saved automatically and resume upon power recovery.
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Function Settings
No.
Full Name
Displayed Name
Range
Default
Heat
Remarks
1. When the water tank is
unavailable, then only “Cool”
and “Heat” are included in the
range.
2. For the heating only unit, only
"Heating" mode is available.
“T-Room” is available only
when “Remote Sensor” is set to
“With”.
When the water tank is
unavailable, this function will
be reserved, and the LCD will
display ‘Reserved’.
This setting depends on the
"Floor config".
When the "Floor config" is set to
"With", the setting is defaulted
to be "Normal temp." and can
not be changed by the user.
When the "Floor config" is set
to "Without", this setting can be
changed freely.
When the water tank is
unavailable, this function will
be reserved, and the LCD will
display ‘Reserved’.
When the water tank is
unavailable, this function will
be reserved, and the LCD will
display ‘Reserved’.
1
Running mode
setting
Mode
Cool
Heat
Hot water
Cool+Hot water
Heat+Hot water
2
Control state
Ctrl. state
T-water out /
T-room
T-water
out
3
Fast hot water
Fast hot water
On/Off
Off
4
Water out
temperature
control
T-water ctrl.
High temp.
/Normal temp.
Normal
temp.
5
Cool+hot water
Cool+hot water
Cool/Hot water
Cool
6
Heat+hot water
Heat+hot water
Heat/Hot water
Heat
7
Quiet mode
Quiet mode
On/Off
Off
/
8
Quiet timer
Quiet timer
On/Off
Off
/
9
Weatherdependent mode
Weatherdepend
On/Off
Off
/
10
Holiday release
Holiday release
On/Off
Off
/
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Disinfection
Disinfection
On/Off
Off
When the water tank is
unavailable, this function will
be reserved, and the LCD will
display ‘Reserved’.
1. The disinfection date ranges
from Mondry to Sunday.
Saturday is defaulted.
2. The disinfection time ranges
from 00:00~23:00. 23:00 is
defaulted.
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Weekly timer
Weekly timer
On/Off
Off
/
13
Clock timer
Clock timer
On/Off
Off
/
14
Temperature
timer
Temp. timer
On/Off
Off
/
5
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Solar kit
Solar kit
On/Off/Timer
Off
When the water tank is
unavailable, this setting will be
reserved. If it is set to “On”, the
solar kit will function no matter if
the timer is activated or not; if it
is set to “Off”, the solar heating
function is unavailable; if it is
set to “Timer”, the solar kit can
function when the timer has
been activated.
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Floor debug
Floor debug
On/Off
Off
/
17
Emergency
mode
Emergen. mode
On/Off
Off
/
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Holiday mode
Holiday mode
On/Off
Off
/
This setting cannot be changed
from “Air” to “Air+hot water”
directly but via “Without” this
option and the unit will go to
OFF status. Meanwhile, the
control will send out “OFF”
command for consecutive
40 seconds (it is longer than
the communication error,
and the “ON” command can
be performed only when 40
seconds have been expired.
When it is set to “Air+hot water”,
“hot water” can be performed
even though the thermostat is
off.
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Thermostat
Thermostat
Air/Without/
Air+hot water
Without
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Assistant heater
Assis. Heater
1/2/Off
Off
/
21
Other heater
Other heater
With/Without
Without
/
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Chassis heater
Chassis heater
On/Off
On
/
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24
25
26
27
Tank heater
running
Plate heat
exchanger
heater
Solar kitantifreeze
Water tank
Tank sensor
When the water tank is
available, this setting can be
changed; when unavailalbe,
this setting will be "Reserved".
When the water tank heater
is stopped, if the solar
heater is available, water
tank temperature setting is
unrestricted; if the solar heater
is unavailable, the upper limit
will be 50℃ .
Tank heater
With/Without/
Reserved
Reserved
Plate heater
On/Off
On
/
Solar antifre
On/Off
Off
/
Water tank
With/Without
Without
/
Tank sensor
1/2
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When the water tank is
unavailable, this function will
be reserved. and the LCD will
display ‘Reserved’.
When it is set to "With", this
function can be activated/timed/
deactivated. When it is set to
"Without", this function will be
deactivated.
If it is set to “With”, "Water
out temperature control" is
defaulted to be “Normal temp”.
For “Without”, it is “High temp”
and can be set freely . This
setting is unavailable when the
unit is OFF.
When it is set to “Without”,
the “Control state” will be
automatically changed to
“T-water out”.
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Solar heater
Solar heater
With/Without
Without
29
Floor config
Floor config
With/Without
With
30
Remote sensor
Remote sensor
With/Without
Without
31
Air removal
Air removal
On/Off
Off
/
32
Address
Address
1
/
33
Gate-Controller
Gate-Ctrl.
Off
/
[1~125]
[127~253]
On/Off
2.2.1 Mode
It enables the user to select the run mode of the unit. When the water tank is not prepared, then only Cool and
Heat modes are available. When the water tank has been prepared and Water Tank is set to “With” through the
wired controller (see Section 2.2.26 for more details), then Cool, Heat, Hot water, Heat + hot water, and Cool
+ hot water modes are available. In this case, Heat + hot water or Cool + hot water can be given priority. (see
Section 2.2.5 and 2.2.6 for more details), which is the default setting before delivery.
[Operation Instructions]
At the equipment OFF state, access to the FUNCTION page and then move through the Left/Right key
the cursor to the “Mode” whose characters will be reversed, then press the Up/Down key
modify its setting.
to
[Notes]
(a) The “Heat” mode is defaulted when the unit is energized for the first time.
(b) The running mode is allowed to be changed only when the unit is not in operation. If it is done with the unit
being on, a window will pop up, warning “Please turn off the system first”.
(c) When the water tank is disabled, only the ‘Heat” or the “Cool” mode is allowed.
(d) When the water tank is enabled, “Cool”, “Heat”, “Hot water”, “Cool+hot water”, “Heat+hot water” is
allowed.
(e) For the heat pump, the “Cool” mode is allowed; for the heating only unit, “Cool+ Hot water” and “Cool” are
unallowable.
(f) This setting can be memorized upon power failure.
2.2.2 Control State (Ctrl. state)
It enables the user to configure the control state to leaving water temperature or room temperature.
[Operation Instructions]
Go to the FUNCTION page and locate Ctrl. state, then, configure it through the Up/Down key
.
[Notes]
(a) If “Remote sensor” is set to “With”, “T-out water” and “T-room” are available. While if “Remote Sensor” is
set to “Without”, only “T-out water” is selectable.
(b) This setting will be memorized upon power failure.
2.2.3 Fast Hot Water
When hot water is needed urgently, this function can be configured to be “On”, In this case, the heat pump and
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the water tank heater will work together to generate sanitary hot water in a quickest way.
[Operation Instructions]
Go to the FUNCTION page and locate “Fast hot water”, then, configure it through the Up/Down key
, “On” or “Off”.
[Notes]
(a) It works only when “Water tank” is set to “With”.
(b) This setting will be memorized upon power failure.
2.2.4 T-water Ctrl (Water Temperature Control for Heating)
This setting depends on “Floor config”. When “Floor config” is set to “With”, this setting is defaulted to be “Normal
temp.” and can not be changed by the user. When it is set to “Withtout”, this setting is defaulted to be “High temp.”
and can be changed freely by the user.
[Operation Instructions]
Go to the FUNCTION page and locate “T-water ctrl.”, then, configure it through the Up/Down key , “High
temp.” or “Low temp.”.
[Notes]
(a) When this setting is changed, the following parameters will return to the default values.
Full Name
Displayed Name
Default
Water out temperature for heating
WOT-Heat
45°C/113°F[High]
35°C/95°F[Normal]
Upper limit water-out temperature at the weather-dependent
mode for heating
Upper WT-Heat
55°C/131°F[High]
35°C/95°F[Normal]
Lower limit water-out temperature at the weather-dependent
mode for heating
Lower WT-Heat
40°C/104°F[High]
25°C/77°F[Normal]
(b) This setting will be memorized upon power failure.
2.2.5 Cool + Hot water
This compound mode enables the user to give priority to the “Cool” or “Hot water” mode depending on the
actual demand.
[Operation Instructions]
Go to the FUNCTION page and locate “Cool+hot water”, then, configure it through the Up/Down key
, “Cool” or “Hot water”.
[Notes]
(a) “Hot water” will take precedence only when “Water tank” is available, otherwise it will tell “Reserved”.
(b) This setting will be memorized upon power failure.
2.2.6 Heat + Hot water
This compound mode enables the user to give priority to the “Heat” or “Hot water” mode depending on the
actual demand.
[Operation Instructions]
Go to the FUNCTION page and locate Heat+hot water, then, configure it through the Up/Down key
, “Heat” or “Hot water”.
[Notes]
(a) “Hot water” will take precedence only when “Water tank” is available, other it will tell “Reserved”.
(b) This setting will be memorized upon power failure.
2.2.7 Quiet
This function can be activated when the running noise is too high.
when this function is activated, frequency of both the compressor and the fan will go down and also the capacity
of the unit will correspondingly decrease.
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[Operation Instructions]
Go to the FUNCTION page and locate “Quiet”, then, configure it through the Up/Down key
or “Off”.
, “On”
[Notes]
(a) It can be set to “On” or “Off” no matter if the unit is in operation or not, but this function works only when
the unit is turned on.
(b) Once it is activated, it should be deactivated manually or by Quiet Timer.
(c) This setting will be memorized upon power failure.
(d) It will be deactivated when the unit is turned off.
2.2.8 Quiet Timer
When running noise is too high at some specific timer period, this function enables the unit run quietly at this
time period.
[Operation Instructions]
(1) Go to the FUNCTION page and locate Quiet timer, then, access to the QUIET TIMER setting page.
(2) At the QUIET TIMER setting page, select “Start time” or “End time” through the Left/Right keys
and then configure the desired time through the Up/Down keys
.
(3) When the mode setting is finished, then by pressing “Save”, a pop-up window will pop up to remind if you
are determined to save this setting. If so, press the “OK” key
not save this setting.
. If not, press the “Cancel” key
to
(4) When the setting is saved, the control then will back to the FUNCTION page and the cursor will be where
the “Quiet timer” option is, then by the Up/Down key
, it can be set to be “On” or “Off”.
[Notes]
(a) Once it is activated, it should be deactivated manually.
(b) This setting will be memorized upon power failure.
(c) The saved “Start time” and “End time” will be memorized upon power failure.
(d) It is configurable no matter if the unit is in operation or not.
2.2.9 Weather-dependent Mode
For areas with large change of diurnal temperature, in order to avoid the user to set the leaving water
temperature or room temperature too often, this function will adjust automatically depending on the environmental
temperature.
[Operation Instructions]
Go to the FUNCTION page and locate Weatherdepend, then, configure it through the Up/Down key
, “On” or “Off”.
[Notes]
(a) Once it is activated, it should be deactivated manually.
(b) This setting will be memorized upon power failure.
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(c) At the “Parameter View” page, it is able to check the set point at the Weather-dependent Mode.
(d) When it is activated, it is allowed to set the room temperature but the set point does not take effective.
However, when it is deactivated, the unit will run according to this set point.
(e) It can be set to “On” or “Off” no matter if the unit is in operation or not, but be activated only when the unit is
in operation.
(f) This mode works only for the air conditioning function.
2.2.10 Holiday Release
In summer or high-temperature season, this function will make the unit pause to run in some specific periods
when the user is out.
[Operation Instructions]
Go to the FUNCTION page and locate “Holiday release”, then, configure it through the Up/Down key
, “On” or “Off”.
[Notes]
(a) When it is activated, at the WEEKLY TIMER page, it is able to set some week day to “Holiday release”. In
this case, the “Weekly timer” in this day is ineffective unless it is set to “Effective” manually.
(b) This setting will be memorized upon power failure.
2.2.11 Disinfection
This function is intended to sanitize the water tank by raising the water temperature to 70°C under which the
legionella will die immediately. When this function is activated, the sanitation data and start time is configurable.
[Operation Instructions]
(1) At the FUNCTION page, locate “Disinfection”, and then access to the DISINFECTION setting page by
pressing the OK key
.
(2) At the DISINFECTION setting page, select “Set clock”, “Set week” or “Set temp” through the Left/Right
key
and then modify the corresponding setting through the Up/Down key
.
(3) When the mode setting is finished, then by pressing “Save”, a pop-up window will pop up to remind if you
are determined to save this setting. If so, press the OK key
. If not, press the Cancel key
to not
save this setting.
(4) When the setting is saved, the control then will back to the FUNCTION page and the cursor will be where
the “Disinfection” is, which indicates this setitng for timed disinfection successes.
[Notes]
(a) It can be activated only when the “Water tank” is set to “With”.
(b) It can be set to “On” or “Off” no matter if the unit is in operation or not
(c) When "Disinfection" has been activated, the unit will perform disinfection at the set time once each week.
(d) When “Disinfection” is set to “On”, if you intend to set the “Emergen. mode”, “Holiday mode”, “Floor Debug”,
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then a window will pop up, warning “Please disable the Disinfection Mode!”.
(e) It can be set to “On” or “Off” no matter if the unit is in operation or not, and “Hot water” mode always takes
precedence.
(f) When "Sanitize" is activated, “Disinfection” will show on the home page of the control until this operation is
finished. If this operation fails, “Disinfect fail” will show. In this case, by pressing any key, “Disinfect fail” will be
cleared or it will be always there.
(g) When "Sanitize" is activated, it will quit upon “Communication error with the indoor unit” or “Water tank
heater error”.
2.2.12 Weekly Timer
This function will make the unit run with certain modes in certain periods within a week based on the user’s
actual demand.
[Operation Instructions]
(1) At the homepage, by pressing the Function key
access to the FUNCTION page, and then locate
where “Weekly timer” is by switching pages, after that, press OK key
setting page.
(2) At the WEEKLY TIMER setting page, by the Right/Left key
day and then by the Up/Down key
to go to the WEEKLY TIMER
it is able to select the desired week
to set this day, “√”, “×” or “Holiday”, as shown in the figure
below. When this setting is finished, press OK key
to go to this day’s setting page.
(3) At the week day’s setting page, it is allowed to set the running mode (Mode), temperature set point (WTHEAT), and water tank temperature (T-Water Tank). The running mode includes “Heat”, “Cool”, “Hot
water”, “Heat+ hot water”, “Cool+ hot water” (the last three ones are available only when “Water tank” is
set to “With”. There are totally five periods for each day, and each period can be set to “√”or “×”. Besides, it
is able to set the “Start time” and “End time” for each period, as shown in the figure below.
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(4) When above settings are finished, pressing the Return key and then pressing “Save”, a pop-up window will
pop up to remind if you are determined to save these settings. If so, press the OK key
the Return key
. If not, press
to not save these settings.
(5) In this case, finally by pressing the Up key
, “Weekly timer” will be activated.
[Notes]
(a) Totally five periods are allowed to be set for each time. For each period, “Start time” must be earlier than
“End time”. Similarly, the preceding period must be earlier than its following period.
(b) When “Weekly timer” has been set successfully, by changing “Water tank”, “Ctrl state”, or “T-water ctrl”,
then the temperature set point for “Weekly timer” will be automatically changed to the corresponding default.
For instance, if “Heat” is set for Monday of “Weekly timer”, “Ctrl state” is set to "High temp" and “T-water
out” is set to 59℃ , then by resetting “Ctrl state” to “Normal temp”, then “T-water out” will be the default value
(35 ).
(c) When “Weekly timer” has been set successfully, water heating, solar heater or water tank heater is
available and water temperature set point is higher than 50 ,at this time if stopping the solar heater or water
tank heater (including the solar timer is timed to be off), then water tank tempeature will be always kept at 50 .
(d) At the “WEEKLY TIMER” setting page there are totally three setting types for each day
• “√”: it indicates once the Week Timer is activated, the timer on this day is effective and will not be
•
•
affected by the “Holiday” mode.
“×”: it indicates even if the Week Timer is activated, the timer on this day is ineffective.
“Holiday”: it indicates when the Week Timer is activated but “Holiday” is not activated, then the timer on
this day is effective; when “Holiday” is also activated, the timer on this day is ineffective.
(e) When “Weekly timer” has already been set and the concerned modes include “Hot water”, if resetting
“Water tank” from “With” to “Without”, then “Hot water” mode will be automatically changed to “Heat”,
“Cool+hot water”/ “Heat+hot water” changed to “Cool”/ “Heat”.
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(f) Temperature Setpoint
• The control is able to decide the temperature type and temperature range based on the current “Clock
•
Timer”, "Floor config", “T-water Ctrl.”, and “Ctrl. state” settings. See the followings for more details.
If the set mode is “Hot water”, the temperature set point shows nothing, indicating there is no need to
set “T-water out” and “T-room” but only “T- tank”. If the set mode “Cool” or “Heat”, then water tank
temperature box will show nothing, indicating there is no need to set “T-tank”.
Ctrl.
state
Set
Mode
Object
Range
Cool
Water out
temperature for
cooling(WT-cool)
7-25°C
(Without
underfloor coil)
Heat
Water out
temperature for
heating(WT-heat)
Cool
Room temperature
for cooling(RT-cool)
Heat
Room temperature
for heating(RTheat)
T-water
out
T-room
Default
Accuracy
18-25°C
(With underfloor
coil)
7°C
(Without underfloor coil)
18°C
(With underfloor coil)
1°C
High temp.
25-60°C
45°C
1°C
Normal temp.
25-45°C
35°C
1°C
18-30°C
24°C
1°C
18-30°C
20°C
1°C
2.2.13 Clock Timer
This function will make the unit run with certain modes in certain periods within a day based on the user’s actual
demand.
[Operation Instructions]
access to the FUNCTION page, and then locate
(1) At the homepage, by pressing the Function key
where “Clock timer” is, after that, press OK key
to go to the COLCK TIMER setting page.
(2) At the CLOCK TIMER setting page, by the Left/Right key
by the Up/Down key
select the desired parameter and then
configure it.
(3) When this setting is concerned about time value, by pressing the Function key no. 1
alternately
set the hour or minute values, and by pressing the Up/Down key
increase or decrease the
corresponding value which will be continuously changed by pressing and holding the key. (Unless otherwise
specified, all timer settings follow the similar way.)
(4) When the setting is finished, save it by pressing the Function key no. 2
saved is ineffective.
, or this setting without being
(5) When the setting has been saved, activate the “Clock Timer” at the FUNCTION page.
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[Notes]
(a) When “Clock timer” has already been set and the concerned modes include “Hot water”, if resetting “Water
tank” from “With” to “Without”, then “Hot water” mode will be automatically changed to “Heat”, “Cool+hot
water”/ “Heat+hot water” changed to “Cool”/ “Heat”.
(b) When “Weekly timer” and “Clock timer” settings are performed at the same time, the latter takes
precedence.
(c) When the water tank is available, the allowed running modes include “Heat”, “Cool”, “Heat+ hot water”,
“Cool+hot water”, and “Hot water”. When the water tank is unavailable, the allowed running modes only
include “Heat” and “Cool”.
(d) This setting is the same as that of note (b) in "Weekly timer".
(e) Instructions for "Hot water" under "Clock timer" is the same as that of note (c) in "Weekly timer".
2.2.14 Temp. Timer
This function will make the unit run with certain temperature in a certain period within a day based on the user’s
actual demand.
[Operation Instructions]
access to the FUNCTION page, and then locate
(1) At the homepage, by pressing the Function key
where “Temp timer” is, after that, press OK key
to go to the TEMP TIMER setting page.
(2) At the TEMP TIMER setting page, by the Left/Right key
select the desired parameter and then
by the Up/Down key
configure it. The configurable parameters include “Mode”, “Period 1”, “WTHEAT 1”, “Period 2” and “WT-HEAT 2”.
(3) When the setting is finished, save it by pressing the Function key no. 2
saved is ineffective.
, or this setting without being
(4) When the setting has been saved, activate the “Temp. timer” at the FUNCTION page.
[Notes]
(a) When “Weekly timer”, “Clock timer”, and “Temp. timer” settings are performed at the same time, the last
one takes precedence.
(b) This function works only when the unit is in operation.
(c) The allowed running modes include “Heat” and “Cool”
(d) When the start time of “Period 2” is equal to that of “Period 1”, then the set point of “Period 2” takes
precedence.
(e) TEMP. TIMER is judged by the timer value.
(f) During the setting, the temperature set point which is set manually always takes precedence.
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2.2.15 Solar Kit
When the solar system is prepared, this function will decide which period to let the solar system to run. However,
if the solar system will run virtually depends on the temperature difference between the solar panel and the water
tank.
[Operation Instructions]
(1) Go to the FUNCTION page and locate “timer”, then press OK key
to go to the page as shown below.
No.
Full Name
Displayed Name
Range
Default
1
Solar kit start time
Start time
0:00~23:59
8:00
2
Solar kit stop time
Stop time
0:00~23:59
18:00
(2) At the “Solar Timer” page, locate “Start time” or “End time” through the up and down keys
then adjust the start or stop time also through the up and down keys
and
.
(3) After configuration, press “Save” and then a dialog box will pop up. In the dialog box, press “OK”
to
confirm the configuration, or press “Cancel”
to cancel this configuration.
(4) After saving the configuration, this page will automatically back to the FUNCTION page with the cursor
stayed at “Solar timer”, and then through the up and down keys
“Solar timer”.
to set it to be “ON” to activate
[Notes]
(a) Once “Solar timer” is activated,it cannot be deactivated through ON/OFF operation but be done manually.
(b) “Start time” and “End time” will be memorized upon power failure
(c) It can be set under both ON and OFF states.
(d) When "Solar kit" is set to "Without", this function will be forced to be deactivated and configurable.
2.2.16 Floor Debug
This function will make the unit to perform periodic preheating to the floor for the initial run once floor coils have
been installed.
[Operation Instructions]
(1) At the homepage, by pressing the Function key
where “Floor debug” is, after that, press OK key
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access to the FUNCTION page, and then locate
to go to the FLOOR DEBUG setting page.
(2) At the FLOOR DEBUG setting page, by the Left/Right key
select the desired parameter and
then by the Up/Down key
configure it. The configurable parameters include “Segments”, “Period
1 temp”, “ΔT of segment”, and “Segment time”, as listed in the following table.
No.
Full Name
Displayed Name
Range
Default
Accuracy
Segments
1~10
1
1
1
Segments for floor debug
2
First temperature for floor debug
Period 1 temp
25~35°C/77~95°F
25°C/77°F
1°C
3
Segment temperature difference for
floor debug
ΔT of segment
0~72H
0
12H
4
Segments duration for floor debug
Segment time
2~10°C/36~50°F
5°C/41°F
1°C
(3) After the above setting is finished, by pressing the function key no.2
activate this function and a
dialog box will pop up, reminding “Start the Floor Debug Mode now?”. If so, press the “OK” key
Once “Floor debug” has been activated, by pressing the function key no.2
.
, a dialog box also will
pop up, reminding “Stop the Floor Debug Mode now?” If so, press the OK key
; if not, press “Cancel”
to go on.
[Notes]
(a) This function can be activated only when the unit is OFF. When it is intended to activate this function with
the unit being ON, a dialog box will pop up, warning “Please turn off the system first!”.
(b) When this function has been activated, it is unable to turn on or off the unit. In this case, when pressing the
ON/OFF key
, a dialog will pop up, warning “Please disable the Floor Debug Mode!”.
(c) When this function has been set successfully, “Timer week”, “Clock timer” and “Temp timer” will be
deactivated.
(d) ”When “Floor debug” mode has been activated, “Emergen.mode”, “Sanitize”, “Holiday mode” is not
allowed to be activated, or a dialog box will pop up, warning “Please disable the Floor Debug Mode!”.
(e) Upon power failure, this function will be OFF and runtime will be cleared.
(f) At the FlOOR DEBUG setting page, the control will remain at this page and never back to the homepage
unless pressing the Return key
or Menu key
.
(g) When this function is activated, it is allowed to check the target temperature and runtime of “Floor Debug”
at the Parameter View page.
(h) Before activating “Floor debug”, please make sure each period for “Floor debug” is not zero, or a dialog
box will pop up, warning “Wrong Floor Debug time!”. It will resume only by pressing “OK” and then correcting
the time.
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2.2.17 Emergency Mode (Emergen. Mode)
When the compressor fails to run owing to some urgent condition, this function will allow the unit to run in the
“Heat” or “Hot water” mode through the auxiliary heater and the water tank heater.
[Operation Instructions]
(1) Set “Mode” to “Heat” or “Hot water” at the Parameter Set page
(2) Then, switch pages to go the page where “Emergen. mode”, locate it by the Left/Right key
, and
configure it to “On” or “Off” by the Up/Down key
.
(3) When it is set to “On”, “Auxiliary func.” at the homepage will be replaced by “Emergen. Mode”.
(4) When it is set to “On” but the running mode is not “Heat” or “Hot water”, a dialog will pop up, warning “Wrong
running mode!”. In this case, by pressing the OK key
or by pressing the Cancel key
, the control will go to the Mode setting page,
, the control will return to the “Emergen. Mode” page.
[Notes]
(a) When the unit is performing “Heat” at the Emergency mode, if there is water flow switch protection, IDU
assistant heater welding protection, or leaving water temperature sensor error, the Emergency mode will quit
and will not be allowed to be activated.
(b) When the unit is performing “Hot water” at the Emergency mode, if there is water tank heater welding
protection, or water tank temperature sensor error, the Emergency mode will quit and will not be allowed to be
activated.
(c) At the Emergency mode, the ON/OFF key
operation will be disabled; the running mode will not be
allowed to be changed; the Quiet Mode and Weather-dependent Mode cannot be deactivated; “Weekly timer”,
“Clock timer” and “Temp timer” also cannot be activated, or will be deactivated if being activated.
(d) At the Emergency mode, commands from the Thermostat is ineffective.
(e) At the Emergency mode, only one running mode between “Heat” and “Hot water” is allowed.
(f) This function can be activated only when the unit is OFF, or a dialog box will pop up, warning “Please turn
off the system first!”
(g) Under the Emergency mode, “Floor debug”, “Sanitize”, “Holiday mode”, cannot be activated, or a dialog
box will pop up, warning “ Please disable the Emergency Mode!”.
(h) Upon power failure, the “Emergen. mode” will be defaulted to be “Off”.
2.2.18 Holiday Mode
In winter or low-temperature season, this function will control the leaving water temperature or room temperature
within a certain range to avoid the water system from being frozen when the user is out on holiday for a long time.
[Operation Instructions]
(1) Locate where “Holiday mode” at the Parameter Set page
(2) Set Holiday to “On” or “Off” by the Up/Down key
.
[Notes]
(a) At the holiday mode, “Mode” setting of the control and On/Off key operation both are disabled.
(b) When it is activated, “Weekly timer”, “Clock timer” or “Temp timer” will be deactivated.
(c) At the holiday mode, when “T-Room” is adopted, the temperature set point should be 10 ; when “T-Out
water” is adopted, then the temperature set point should be 30 .
(d) When this setting is saved successfully, it will be memorized upon power failure.
(e) This function can be activated only when the unit is turned off, otherwise a prompt dialog box will pop up,
reminding you of “Please do it when the unit is turned off”.
(f) Under the Holiday mode, “Floor debug”, “Sanitize”, “Emergen. mode” cannot be activated, or a dialog box
will pop up, warning “Please disable the Holiday Mode !”.
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2.2.19 Thermostat
When the thermostat has been installed, it can be used to control the run mode of the unit (only “Heat”or
“Cool”mode)
[Operation Instructions]
(1) Locate where “Thermostat” is at the FUNCTION page
(2) By pressing the Up/Down key
, Thermostat can be set to “Air”, "Without" or “Air + hot water”.
When it is set to “Air”, the unit follows the running mode set by the thermostat; when it is set to "Air + hot
water", the unit follows the mode set by the thermostat and also water heating;when it is “Without”, the
unit follows the mode set by the controller.
[Notes]
(a) When the water tank is unavailable, the “Air+hot water”mode also is unavailable.
(b) When “Floor debug” or “Emergen. Mode” is activated, then the control will not receive signals from the
thermostat.
(c) If “Thermostat” is set to “Air” or "Air + hot water", the control will automatically disable some functions
concerning timer, and run in accordance with the mode set by the thermostat. In this case, the running mode is
unchangeable and the ON/OFF key
operation of the control is ineffective.
(d) When this setting is saved successfully, it will be memorized upon power failure.
(e) Under the “Air+hot water” mode, the unit can perform water heating even though the thermostat is set to
“Off”.
(f) Under the "Air" mode, the unit will terminate water heating when the thermostat is turned off.
(g) Under the "Without" mode, the unit will run based on the mode set by the controller.
(h) The status of the thermostat can be changed only when the unit is turned off.
2.2.20 Assistant Heater(Assis. Heater)
There are three options for the assistant heater, “ 1 group”, “2 groups” or “Without”.
[Operation Instructions]
Go to the FUNCTION page and locate “Assistant heater”, then, configure it through the Up/Down key
, “With” or “Without”.
[Notes]
It will be memorized upon power failure.
2.2.21 Other Heater
It can be configured to “With” or “Without” through the wired controller.
[Operation Instructions]
Go to the FUNCTION page and locate Other heater, then, configure it through the Up/Down key
“With” or “Without”.
,
[Notes]
It will be memorized upon power failure.
2.2.22 Chassis Heater
The user will decide if to activate or deactivate the chassis heater. Generally it is suggested to activate it under
low environment temperature, “Heat” mode or “Hot water” mode to prevent the chassis from being frozen.
[Operation Instructions]
Go to the FUNCTION page and locate “Chassis Heater” then, configure it through the Up/Down key
, “On” or “Off”.
[Notes]
It will be memorized upon power failure.
2.2.23 Tank heater
When the water tank is installed, it is suggested to activate it. In this case, the water tank will go to the standby
status and will start after the control program has made this decision based on the actual demand and the
environment temperature.
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[Operation Instructions]
(1) When the water tank is avaiable, this option is configurable. At the setting page, it can be set to "With" or
"Without".
(2) When the water tank is unavailable, this option is reserved and unconfigurable.
[Notes]
It will be memorized upon power failure.
2.2.24 Plate heater
The plate heater can be activated or deactivated by the user. Generally it is suggested to activate it when the
water pump has stopped and the environment temperature is lower than 2°C so as to prevent the heat exchanger
from being frozen.
[Operation Instructions]
Go to the FUNCTION page and locate “Plate heater” then, configure it through the Up/Down key
“On” or “Off”.
,
[Notes]
It will be memorized upon power failure.
2.2.25 Solar antifre
When the solar system has been installed, it is highly suggested to activate this function.
[Operation Instructions]
Go to the FUNCTION page and locate “Solar antifre” then, configure it through the Up/Down key
“On” or “Off”.
,
[Notes]
It will be memorized upon power failure.
2.2.26 Water Tank
It can be configured to be “With” or “Without” based on the actual condition.
[Operation Instructions]
Go to the FUNCTION page and locate “Water tank” then, configure it through the Up/Down key
“With” or “Without”.
,
[Notes]
(a) It will be memorized upon power failure.
(b) This setting is allowed only when the unit is turned off.
2.2.27 Tank Sensor
When the water tank has been installed, one group or two groups of tank sensors can be selected to detect and
control the water tank temperature.
[Operation Instructions]
Go to the FUNCTION page and locate “Water tank”, then, configure it through the Up/Down key
or “2”. When the water tank is unavailable, this option will be reserved.
, “1”
[Notes]
It will be memorized upon power failure.
2.2.28 Solar Heater
It can be configured to be “With” or “Without” based on the actual condition.
[Operation Instructions]
Go to the FUNCTION page and locate “Solar heater”, then, configure it through the Up/Down key
“With” or “Without”.
[Notes]
It will be memorized upon power failure.
2.2.29 Floor config
It can be configured to be “With” or “Without” based on the actual condition.
[Operation Instructions]
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,
Go to the FUNCTION page and locate “Floor config”, then, configure it through the Up/Down key
“With” or “Without”.
,
[Notes]
(a) It will be memorized upon power failure.
(b) When it is set to be “with”, "Normal temp" is defaulted and unconfiguralbe; when it is set to "Without", "High
temp" is defaulated and hot water temperature can be set freely.
(c) “Floor config” can be changed only when the unit is turned off.
2.2.30 Remote Sensor
It can be configured to be “With” or “Without” based on the actual condition.
[Operation Instructions]
Go to the FUNCTION page and locate “Remote sensor”, then, configure it through the Up/Down key
, “With” or “Without”.
[Notes]
(a) It will be memorized upon power failure.
(b) “T-room ctrl” can be selected only when the Remote Sensor is set to “With”.
2.2.31 Air removal
This function is intended to expel air inside the water system with only the water pump in operation when
installation of the unit is finished.
[Operation Instructions]
Go to the FUNCTION page and locate “Air removal”, then, configure it through the Up/Down key
“On” or “Off”.
,
[Notes]
(a) It will not be memorized upon power failure.
(b) It can be set only when the unit is turned off.
2.2.32 Address
It is used to identify the unit in use in the central control system.
[Operation Instructions]
Go to the FUNCTION page and locate “Address”, then, configure it through the Up/Down key
set the address.
to
[Notes]
(a) It indicates the address of the control and is intended for the group control.
(b) It will not be memorized upon power failure.
(c) The address range is [1,125] and [127,253]
(d) The default address is 1 for the initial use.
2.2.33 Gate-Controller(Gate-Ctrl.)
It can be configured to be “On” or “Off” based on the actual condition.
[Operation Instructions]
Go to the FUNCTION page and locate “Gate-Controller”, then, configure it through the Up/Down key
, “On” or “Off”.
[Notes]
(a) When it is activated, the control will check the card is inserted or not. If inserted, the control will run
normally; if not, the control will turn off the unit and back to the homepage. In this case, any key operation
is ineffective (except for the combined key operation), or a dialogue box will pop up, warning"Keycard
uninserted!".
(b) It will not be memorized upon power failure.
2.3 Parameter Setting (Parameter Set)
2.3.1 User Parameter Setting
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At the parameter setting pages, each parameter is configurable, like: water out temperature for cooling, water
out temperature for heating, and water tank temperature etc.
[Operation Instructions]
(1) At the homepage, it is able to go to the PARAMETER page by pressing the Function key no.2
(2) At the Parameter Set page, by the Left/Right key
.
select the desired option and then by the Up/
Down key
increase or decrease the setting value which will be continuously changed when
pressing and holding the key.
and a dialog box will pop up, reminding “Save settings?”.
(3) When the setting is finished, press “Save”
If so, press the OK key
; if not press the Cancel key
to not save this setting.
[Notes]
For those parameter which default value vary by different condition, the value will set to default when the
condition changes.
No.
Full Name
1
Water out
temperature for
cooling
2
Water out
temperature for
heating
3
4
Room temperature
for cooling
Room temperature
for heating
Displayed
Name
User Setting
Range(°C)
Range(°F)
WOT-Cool
7~25°C
[Without underfloor
coil]
18~25°C
[With underfloor coil]
45~77°F
[Without underfloor
coil]
64~77°F
[With underfloor coil]
7°C/45°F[Without
underfloor coil]
18°C/64°F[With
underfloor coil]
WOT-Heat
25~60°C[High
temp.]
25~45°C[Normal
temp.]
77~140°F[High
temp.]
77~113°F[Normal
temp.]
45°C/113°F[High temp.]
35°C/95°F[Normal
temp.]
RT-Cool
18~30°C
64~86°F
24°C/75°F
RT-Heat
18~30°C
64~86°F
20°C/68°F
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Default
5
Tank temperature
T-water tank
40~80°C
104~176°F
50°C/122°F
6
Eheater-on ambient
temperature
T-Eheater
-20~18°C
-4~64°F
-7°C/19°F
7
Extra-heateron ambient
temperature
T-Extraheater
-20~18°C
-4~64°F
-15°C/5°F
8
Max heat
pump waterout
temperature (no
eheater)
T-HP Max
40~50°C
104~122°F
50°C/122°F
9
Solar kit-max water
temp
Solarwater
Max
50~80°C
122~176°F
80°C/176°F
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Lower limit ambient
temperature at the
Weather-dependent
Mode for heating
-4~41°F
-15°C/5°F
Once setting of the
"Weather-depedent
mode" changes, it will
back to the default value.
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Upper limit
temperature at the
Weather-dependent
Mode for heating
50~95°F
15°C/59°F
Once setting of the
"Weather-depedent
mode" changes, it will
back to the default value.
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Upper limit room
temperature at the
Weather-dependent
Mode for heating
72~86°F
24°C/75°F
Once setting of the
"Weather-depedent
mode" changes, it will
back to the default value.
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Lower limit room
temperature at the
Weather-dependent
Mode for heating
64~70°F
18°C/68°F
Once setting of the
"Weather-depedent
mode" changes, it will
back to the default value.
115~140°F[High
temp.]
86~113°F
[Normal temp.]
55°C/131°F[High temp.]
35°C/95°F[Normal
temp.]
Once setting of the
"Weather-depedent
mode" changes, it will
back to the default value.
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Upper limit water-out
temperature at the
Weather-dependent
Mode for heating
Lower AT-Heat
Upper AT-Heat
Upper RT-Heat
Lower RT-Heat
Upper WTHeat
-20~5°C
10~35°C
22~30°C
18~21°C
46~60°C[High
temp.]
30~45°C[Normal
temp.]
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Lower limit water-out
temperature at the
Weather-dependent
Mode for heating
Lower WTHeat
36~45°C[High
temp.]
25~29°C[Normal
temp.]
97~113°F[High
temp.]
77~84°F
[Normal temp.]
40°C/104°F[High temp.]
25°C/77°F[Normal
temp.]
Once setting of the
"Weather-depedent
mode" changes, it will
back to the default value.
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Lower limit ambient
temperature at the
Weather-dependent
Mode for cooling
Lower AT-Cool
10~25°C
50~77°F
25°C/77°F
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Upper limit
temperature at the
Weather-dependent
Mode for cooling
Upper AT-Cool
26~48°C
79~118°F
40°C/104°F
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18
Upper limit room
temperature at the
Weather-dependent
Mode for cooling
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Lower limit room
temperature at the
Weather-dependent
Mode for cooling
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
Upper limit water-out
temperature at the
Weather-dependent
Mode for cooling
Lower limit water-out
temperature at the
weather-dependent
mode for cooling
Temperature
deviation for cooling
Temperature
deviation for heating
Temperature
deviation for heating
water
Room temp variation
Run time
Solar kit-start temp
variation
Solar battery-max.
temp
75~86°F
27°C/81°F
Once setting of the
"Weather-depedent
mode" changes, it will
back to the default value.
64~73°F
22°C/72°F
Once setting of the
"Weather-depedent
mode" changes, it will
back to the default value.
59~77°F
[Without underfloor
coil]
72~77°F
[With underfloor coil]
15°C/59°F [Without
underfloor coil]
23°C/73°F[With
underfloor coil]
It will back to the default
setting when Weatherdependent Mode setting
changes.
Lower WT-Cool
7~14°C
[Without underfloor
coil]
18~21°C[With
underfloor coil]
45~57°F[Without
underfloor coil]
64~70°F[With
underfloor coil]
7°C/45°F[Without
underfloor coil]
18°C/64°F[With
underfloor coil]
It will back to the default
setting when Weatherdependent Mode setting
changes.
ΔT-Cool
2~10°C
36~50°F
5°C/41°F
ΔT-Heat
2~10°C
36~50°F
10°C/50°F
ΔT-hot water
2~8°C
36~46°F
5°C/41°F
ΔT-Room temp
1~5°C
36~41°F
2°C/36°F
/
3min[Without underfloor
coil]
/
5min[With underfoor
coil]
Upper RT-Cool
Lower RT-Cool
Upper WT-Cool
Run time
24~30°C
18~23°C
15~25°C
[Without underfloor
coil]
22~25°C
[With underfloor coil]
1~10min
T-Solar start
10~30°C
50~86°F
15°C/59°F
SL- battery
Max
90~130°C
194~266°F
110°C/230°F
2.4 View
At the view pages, the user is enabled to view the unit’s running state, running parameters, errors, version of the
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wired controller etc.
[Operation Instructions]
, it is able to go to the VIEW page as shown in the
At the homepage, by pressing the Function key no.3
figure below.
2.4.1 Status View
At the status view pages, the user is enabled to view the unit’s running status, like compressor On/Off, fan 1 On/
Off, water pump On/Off, antifreeze On/Off, defrost On/Off etc.
[Operation Instructions]
(1) At the VIEW page, select “Status” and then press the OK key
to go to the STATUS page.
(2) At the STATUS page, it is able to check the status of each component.
HP-pump
SL-pump
Swimming-pump
Viewable Components
Full Name
Displayed Name
Status
Compressor
On/Off
Fan 1
On/Off
Compressor running state
Fan 1 running state
Fan 2 running state
Heat pump-water pump
Solar water pump running state
Fan 2
On/Off
HP-pump
On/Off
SL-pump
On/Off
Swimming-pump
On/Off
Tank heater
On/Off
3-Way valve 1 running state
3-way valve 1
On/Off
3-Way valve 2 running state
3-way valve 2
On/Off
Crankcase heater running state
Crankc.heater
On/Off
Chassis heater running state
Chassis heater
On/Off
Plate heat exchanger heater
Plate heater
On/Off
Swimming pool-water pump
Tank heater running state
Defrost
Oil return
Thermostat
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Defrost
On/Off
Oil return
On/Off
Thermostat
Off/Cool/Heat
Assistant heater running state
Assist. Heater
On/Off
Circulating two-way valve 1 running state
2-way valve 1
On/Off
Circulating two-way valve 2 running state
2-way valve 2
On/Off
Gate Control
Gate-Ctrl.
Card in/Card out
Opration LED
Opration LED
On/Off
Error LED
On/Off
4-way valve
On/Off
En.valve
On/Off
Heat pump-auxiliary heater 1
HP-heater 1
On/Off
Heat pump-auxiliary heater 2
HP-heater 2
On/Off
Solar kit- freeze protection
SL-Antifree
Enabled/Disabled
Heat pump-freeze protection
HP-Antifree
Enabled/Disabled
Error LED
4-way valve running state
Enthalpy-enhancing solenoid valve
2.4.2 Parameter View (Para View)
At the parameter view pages, the unit is enabled to view the units’ running parameters, like outdoor temperature,
suction temperature, discharge temperature, water in temperature, water out temperature etc.
[Operation Instructions]
(1) At the VIEW page, select Parameter and then press the OK key
(2) At the Para View page, it is able to view each parameter.
Full Name
No.
to go to the Para View page.
Displayed Name
1
Outdoor temperature
T-outdoor
2
Suction temperature
T-suction
3
Discharge temperature
4
Defrost temperature
5
Plate heat exchanger Water in temperature
T-water in PE
6
Plate heat exchanger water-out temperature
T-waterout PE
7
E-heater water-out temperature
T-waterout EH
8
Water tank temperature set point
T-tank ctrl.
9
Water tank temperature reading
T-tank display
10
Remote room temperature
T-remote room
11
Solor kit-entering water temp
T-SL water I
12
Solor kit-leaving water temp
T-SL water O
13
Solar panel temp
14
Swimming pool-water temp
15
Swimming pool-entering water temp
T-discharge
T-defrost
T-SL panel
T-Swimming
T-Swimming in
25
16
Swimming pool-leaving water temp
T-Swimming out
17
Discharge pressure
Dis.pressure
18
Enthalpy-enhancing pressure
En.pressure
19
Suction pressure
Su.pressure
20
Target temperature for Weather-dependent Mode
T-auto mode
21
Target temperature for floor debug
T-floor debug
22
Time period for floor debug
Debug time
2.4.3 Error View
At the error view pages, the user is enabled to see which error the unit suffers.
[Operation Instructions]
(1) At the VIEW page, select Error and then press the OK key
(2) At the Error View page, it is able to view each error.
to go to the ERROR page.
[Notes]
(a) The real-time error will show on the control. Taking Error 2 in the above figure for example, when it is
recovered, it will disappear and be replaced by Error 3, and other errors follow the same way.
(b) If the total no. of errors exceed six, other errors should be viewed by switching pages through “Last”
and “Next”
.
(c) Any one among “IDU auxiliary heater 1 error”, “IDU auxiliary heater 2 error”, “Water tank heater error”
occurs, the control will beep until this error has been cleared.
(d) See the following table for error description.
No.
Full Name
Displayed Name
Error Code
1
Ambient temperature sensor error
Ambient sensor
F4
2
Defrost temperature sensor error
Defro. sensor
d6
3
Discharge temperature sensor error
Disch. sensor
F7
4
Suction temperature sensor error
Suction sensor
F5
5
Outdoor fan error
Outdoor fan
EF
6
Compressor internal overload protection
Comp. overload
H3
7
High pressure protection
High pressure
E1
8
Low pressure protection
Low pressure
E3
9
High discharge protection
Hi-discharge
E4
10
Refrigerant loss protection
Refri-loss
P2
11
Heat pump-water pump protection
HP-pump
E0
12
Solar kit-water pump protection
SL-pump
EL
26
13
Swimming pool-water pump protection
Swimming-pump
14
Incorrect capacity DIP switch setting
Capacity DIP
c5
15
Communication error between indoor and outdoor unit
ODU-IDU Com.
E6
16
Drive communication error
Drive com.
-----
17
High pressure sensor error
HI-pre. sens.
FC
18
Enthalpy-enhancing sensor error
En. senser
F8
19
Low pressure sensor error
LOW-pre. Sens.
dL
20
Heat exchanger-leaving water temperature sensor error
Temp-HELW
F9
21
Auxiliary heater-leaving water temperature sensor error
Temp-AHLW
dH
22
Heat exchanger-entering water temperature sensor error
Temp-HEEW
-----
23
Water tank water temperature sensor 1 error
Tank sens. 1
-----
24
Water tank water temperature sensor 2 error
Tank sens. 2
FE
25
Solar kit-entering water temp sensor
T-SL water out
-----
26
Solar kit-leaving water temp sensor
T-SL water in
FH
27
Solar kit- temp sensor
T-solar battery
FF
28
Swimming pool-entering water temp sensor
T-Swimming in
-----
29
Swimming pool-leaving water temp sensor
T-Swimming out
-----
30
Swimming pool-water temp sensor
T-Swimming
-----
31
Remote room sensor 1
T-Remote Air1
F3
32
Remote room sensor 2
T-Remote Air2
-----
33
Heat pump-water flow switch
HP-Water SW
Ec
34
Solar kit-water flow switch
SL-Water SW
F2
35
Swimming pool-water flow switch
SW-Water SW
F1
36
Welding protection of the auxiliary heater 1
Auxi. heater 1
EH
37
Welding protection of the auxiliary heater 2
Auxi. heater 2
EH
38
Welding protection of the water tank heater
Auxi. -WTH
EH
39
Under-voltage DC bus or voltage drop error
DC under-vol.
PL
40
Over-voltage DC bus
DC over-vol.
PH
41
AC current protection (input side)
AC curr. pro.
PA
42
IPM defective
IPM defective
H5
43
PFC defective
FPC defective
Hc
44
Start failure
Start failure
Lc
45
Phase loss
Phase loss
LD
46
Communication error to the drive with Main board
drive-main com.
P6
47
Drive module resetting
Driver reset
P0
48
Compressor over-current
Com. over-cur.
P5
49
Overspeed
Overspeed
LF
50
Sensing circuit error or current sensor error
Current sen.
Pc
51
Desynchronizing
Desynchronize
H7
52
Compressor stalling
Comp. stalling
LE
53
Radiator or IPM or PFC module overtemperature
Overtemp.-mod.
P8
54
Radiator or IPM or PFC module temperature sensor error
T-mod. sensor
P7
55
Charging circuit error
Charge circuit
Pu
27
-----
56
Incorrect AC voltage input
AC voltage
PP
57
Drive board temperature sensor error
Temp-driver
PF
58
AC contactor protection or input zero crossing error
AC contactor
P9
59
Temp. drift
PE
Sensor con.
PD
61
Temperature drift protection
Current sensor connection protection (current sensor not
connected to phase U/V)
Communication error to the outdoor unit
ODU Com.
E6
62
Communication error to the indoor unit
IDU Com.
E6
63
Communication error to the drive
Driver Com.
E6
64
Solar kit-superheating
Solarsuperheat
F6
60
2.4.4 Version View (VERSION)
At the version view page, the user is enabled to see the version of the program and the protocol.
[Operation Instructions]
(1) At the VIEW page, select Version and then press the OK key
to go to the VERSION page.
(2) At the VERSION page, the program and protocol versions are listed.
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xx
2.5 General Setting
At the general setting pages, the user is enabled to configure general parameters, like temperature unit,
language, On/off memory, time & date etc.
[Operation Instructions]
At the homepage, by pressing “GEN.”
access to the GENERAL SET page. At this page, it is able to set
“Temp. unit”, “Language”, “On/off memory”, “Time & Date”, “Beeper” and “Back light”, as shown in the
figure below.
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No.
Full Name
Displayed Name
Range
Default
Remarks
1
Temperature unit
Temp. unit
Celsius/Fahrenheit
Celsius
/
2
Language
Language
中文 /English
English
/
3
On/off memory
On/off memory
On/Off
On
/
4
Time&Date
Time&Date
/
/
/
5
Beeper
Beeper
On/Off
On
/
Energy save
“Lighted”: it always lights
on.
“Energy save”: it lights
off when there is no key
operation for 1 minute,
and will lights on where
there is any key operation.
6
Back light
Back light
Lighted/Energy save
2.5.1 Time&Date
[Operation Instructions]
(1) At the homepage, by pressing “GEN.”
access to the GENERAL SET page. Then, select “Time &
Date” at this page. After that, go to the “Time & Date” setting page by pressing the OK key
(2) Change the set value by pressing the Up/Down key
. Then by pressing “Save”, a pop-up
window will pop up to remind if you are determined to save this setting. If so, press the OK key
not, press the Cancel key
corner of the control.
.
. If
to not save this setting. The saving setting will update at the upper left
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2.6 Key Lock
This function can be activated or deactivated through the wired controller. Once it is activated, any key operation
will become ineffective.
[Operation Instructions]
At the homepage, by pressing the up and down keys
simultaneously for 5 seconds, it is able to
activate or deactivate this function. When it is activated, any key operation is ineffective and the key lock icon
in main page and standby page will display Yes.
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NOTE CONCERNING PROTECTION OF
ENVIRONMENT
This product must not be disposed of via normal household waste after its service life, but must be
taken to a collection station for the recycling of electrical and electronic devices. The symbol on the
product, the operating instructions or the packaging indicate such disposal procedures. The materials
are recyclable in accordance with their respective symbols. By means of re-use, material recycling or
any other form of recycling old appliances you are making an important contribution to the protection
of our environment. Please ask your local council where your nearest disposal station is located.
In case of quality problem or other please contact your local supplier or authorized service center.
Emergency number: 112
PRODUCER
SINCLAIR CORPORATION Ltd.
1-4 Argyll St.
London W1F 7LD
Great Britain
www.sinclair-world.com
This product was manufactured in China (Made in China).
REPRESENTATIVE
SINCLAIR EUROPE spol. s r.o.
Purkynova 45
612 00 Brno
Czech Republic
TECHNICAL SUPPORT
NEPA spol. s r.o.
Purkynova 45
612 00 Brno
Czech Republic
Tel.: +420 800 100 285
Fax: +420 541 590 124
www.sinclair-solutions.com
[email protected]
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