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heaterSteam - UR
Electric resistance humidifier
User manual
NO POWER
& SIGNAL
CABLES
TOGETHER
READ CAREFULLY IN THE TEXT!
H i g h
E f f i c i e n c y
S o l u t i o n s
ENG
IMPORTANT WARNINGS:
ATTENTION
NO POWER
& SIGNAL
CABLES
TOGETHER
READ CAREFULLY IN THE TEXT!
This product is compliant with the European directives and other standards
specified on the EC declaration of conformity. The customer is responsible
for suitably verifying any use of the product that implies application of
standards relating to any special environments and/or processes (e.g.
heavy industry, medical environments, maritime environments, railway
environments, etc.) other than those specified by Carel.
Separate the probe cables and the digital input cables as much as possible
from the inductive load and power cables to prevent possible electromagnetic interference.
Never introduce power cables and signal cables (including those of electric
control board) into the same cable troughs.
The humidifiers manufactured by CAREL are advanced products, whose
operation is specified in the technical documentation supplied with the product
that can be downloaded, even prior to purchase, from the website www.carel.
com. Every product made by CAREL Industried, in relation to its advanced level of
technology, requires a qualification/ configuration / setup phse in order to best
fulfil your specific application. The lack of such phase of study, as indicated in the
manual, can cause the final product to malfunction, of which CAREL cannot be
held responsible. The client (builder, developer or installer of the final equipment)
assumes all responsibility and risk relating to the configuration of the product in
order to achieve the expected results in relation to the specific final installation
and/or equipping. In this case, subject to specific agreements, CAREL acts as a
consultant for the success of the installation / start-up / use of the machine, but
in no case does it accept liability for proper operation of the humidifier and of
the final plant, should the warnings and recommendations in this manual or in
any other technical documentation of the product not be followed. In particular,
in addition to the obligation to observe the above mentioned warnings and
recommendations for proper use of the product, we recommend paying
attention to the following warnings:
The installation of the product must absolutely include the grounding
connection, using the special yellow-green terminal on the terminal block.
Do not use the neutral as grounding connection.
DISPOSAL
DANGER ELECTRIC SHOCK: The humidifier includes live electrical parts.
Disconnect the power supply before accessing internal parts, in case of
maintenance and during installation.
DANGER WATER LEAKS: The humidifier automatically and constantly sucks
in/drains quantities of water. Malfunctions in the connections or humidifier
may cause leaks.
DANGER OF BURNS: The humidifier contains hot parts and delivers steam
at 100 °C / 212 °F.
The humidifier consists of metal parts and plastic parts. With reference to the
European Parliament and Council Directive 2002/96/EC issued on 27 January
2003 and the related national implementation legislation, please note that:
1. WEEE cannot be disposed of as municipal waste, said waste must be
collected separately;
2. the public or private waste collection systems defined by local legislation
must be used. Moreover, the equipment can be returned to the distributor
at the end of its working life when buying new equipment;
3. the equipment may contain hazardous substances: the improper use or
incorrect disposal of such may have negative effects on human health
and on the environment;
4. the symbol (crossed-out wheeley bin) shown on the product or on the
packaging and on the instruction sheet indicates that the equipment has
been introduced onto the market after 13 August 2005 and that it must
be disposed of separately;
5. in the event of illegal disposal of electrical and electronic waste, the
penalties are specified by local waste disposal legislation.
• The product is designed exclusively to humidify rooms either directly or
through distribution systems (ducts).
• Installation, operation and maintenance must be performed by qualified
•
•
•
•
•
•
personnel, aware of the necessary precautions and able to perform the
required operations correctly.
All operations on the product must be carried out according to the
instructions given in this manual and on the labels applied to the
product. Any uses or modifications unauthorized by the manufacturer are
considered improper. CAREL denies all responsibility for such unauthorized
uses.
Do not attempt to open the humidifier in any way other than the ones
described in the manual.
Follow the regulations in force in the place where the humidifier is installed.
Keep the humidifier out of the reach of children and pets.
Do not install and use the product near objects that can be damaged by
contact with water (or condensate). CAREL denies all responsibility for direct
or indirect damage as a result of loss of water from the humidifier.
Do not use corrosive chemicals, aggressive solvents or detergents to clean
the internal or external parts of the humidifier, unless specifically indicated
in the user’s manual.
Warranty for materials: 2 years (from the manufacture date, excluding
consumables).
Certification: the quality and safety of CAREL products are guaranteed by
CAREL’s ISO 9001 certified design and production system, as well as
marking.
CAREL adopts a continuous development policy. Therefore, CAREL reserves the
right to carry out modifications and improvements to any product described
in this document without prior notice. The technical data in the manual
can undergo modifications without forewarning. The liability of CAREL in
relation to its own product is governed by CAREL general contract conditions
published on the website www.carel.com and/or by specific agreements with
clients; in particular, within the limits set by the applicable law, in no way will
CAREL, its employees or its branch offices/affiliates be responsible for any lack
of earnings or sales, loss of data and information, cost of replacement goods
or services, damage to objects or persons, work interruptions, or any direct,
indirect, accidental, patrimonial, coverage, punitive, special or consequential
damage in any way caused, be they contractual, out-of-contract, or due to
negligence or other responsibility originating from the installation, use or
inability of use of the product, even if CAREL or its branch offices/affiliates
have been warned of the possible damage.
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Content
1. INTRODUCTION AND INSTALLATION
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.10
1.11
1.12
47
Integrated web server ...........................................................................................47
Connecting to the integrated web server ................................................47
Description of the web server function .....................................................47
10. HARDWARE BACKUP
48
11. SUPERVISOR NETWORK
49
11.1 Supervisor network protocols and configuration ...............................49
11.2 Table of supervisor variables ............................................................................49
12. WIRELESS PROBES, INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION
57
12.1 Type of installation and wireless probe electrical connections 57
12.2 Wireless probe installation .................................................................................57
13. ALARM TABLE
58
14. SPARE PARTS AND MAINTENANCE
60
14.1
14.2
14.3
14.4
14.5
14.6
14.7
14.8
25
Preliminary checks ...................................................................................................25
6. START-UP AND USER INTERFACE
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
6.10
6.11
6.12
6.13
6.14
18
Wiring provisions ......................................................................................................18
Power cable connection ......................................................................................18
Control board .............................................................................................................19
Operating and control principles ..................................................................20
Steam production control signals ...............................................................21
Control with humidity probes..........................................................................22
Control with temperature probes..................................................................23
Alarm contact .............................................................................................................24
Unit status contact / maintenance pre-alert ..........................................25
Production request analogue output .........................................................25
Final checks ..................................................................................................................25
5. PREPARING FOR OPERATION
5.1
9.1
9.2
9.3
44
Description of the Master/Slave system ....................................................44
Network switch for Master/Slave connection ........................................44
Type of Master/Slave system installation ..................................................44
Master/Slave system configuration ..............................................................45
9. WEB SERVER
15
CAREL steam nozzles (SDPOEM00**) ..........................................................15
CAREL linear distributors for air ducts or AHUs (DP***DR0) .........15
CAREL blowers for room installation (VSDU0A*, VRDXL*) .............16
Steam transport pipe .............................................................................................16
Condensate drain pipe .........................................................................................16
Outlet pressure limits.............................................................................................17
4. ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
4.10
4.11
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
12
33
Main menu ...................................................................................................................33
Menu E. Settings - a. Control ..........................................................................33
Menu E. Settings - b. Functions ......................................................................35
Menu E. Settings - c. Configuration ............................................................37
E.Settings – d.Master/Slave ...............................................................................41
E.Settings – e.Backup ............................................................................................41
E.Settings – f.Manual mode ...............................................................................41
E.Settings – g.Initialisation .................................................................................42
E. Settings - h. Supervision ................................................................................43
E. Settings - i. Logout ...........................................................................................43
8. MASTER/SLAVE SYSTEM
Supply water ..............................................................................................................14
Drain water ...................................................................................................................14
3. STEAM DISTRIBUTION
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.8
7.9
7.10
HeaterSteam (UR*)......................................................................................................7
Dimensions and weights........................................................................................7
When opening the packaging............................................................................7
Positioning.......................................................................................................................7
Wall mounting ..............................................................................................................7
Removing the front panel......................................................................................8
Mounting the front panel ......................................................................................8
Material supplied with the appliance.............................................................9
Technical data plate ...................................................................................................9
Water circuit....................................................................................................................9
Layout of models UR002 – UR0013 ..............................................................10
Layout of models UR020 – UR0080 ..............................................................11
2. HYDRAULIC CONNECTIONS
2.1
2.2
7. USER MENU AND UNIT CONFIGURATION
7
26
Start-up ...........................................................................................................................26
Activation sequence ............................................................................................26
Shutdown .....................................................................................................................26
Graphic terminal .......................................................................................................26
Keypad ............................................................................................................................27
Display .............................................................................................................................27
Display graphic area 2 – Probes/Request..................................................27
Display graphic area 3 - Notification center ............................................27
Display graphic area 4 - Unit status ..............................................................28
Display graphic area 5 - Quick access..........................................................28
Display graphic area 6 - Unit status icons .................................................28
Main menu ...................................................................................................................29
Complete programming menu tree ............................................................30
Alarms..............................................................................................................................32
Maintenance ...............................................................................................................63
Maintenance operations .....................................................................................63
Maintenance frequency .......................................................................................63
Maintenance of the cylinder-boiler ..............................................................64
Feed/drain tempering solenoid valve .........................................................65
Fill tank ............................................................................................................................66
Replacing the parts .................................................................................................66
Mechanical discharge of water in the cylinder .....................................67
15. WIRING DIAGRAMS
68
15.1 Wiring diagram UR002-UR004 single-phase 208 V / 230 V .................
- version U....................................................................................................................68
15.2 Wiring diagram UR002-UR004 single-phase 230 V - version 0 ....69
15.3 Wiring diagram UR006 single-phase 208 V / 230 V - version U ...70
15.4 Wiring diagram UR006 single-phase 230 V - version 0 .....................71
15.5 Wiring diagram UR006-UR010-UR013 three-phase (208-230-400460-575 V) - version U ...........................................................................................72
15.6 Wiring diagram UR006-UR010-UR013 three-phase ...............................
(230-400-460 V) - version 0 ................................................................................73
15.7 Wiring diagram UR020 three-phase (208-230-400-460-575 V) - ....
version U
Wiring diagram UR027 three-phase (400-460-575 V) - ........................
version U .......................................................................................................................74
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15.8 Wiring diagram UR020-UR027 three-phase (230-400-460 V) - ........
version 0 .......................................................................................................................75
15.9 Wiring diagram UR027 three-phase (230 V) - version U ..................76
15.10 Wiring diagram UR040 three-phase (400-460-575 V) - version U
Wiring diagram UR053 three-phase (575 V) - version U ..................77
15.11 Wiring diagram UR040-UR053 three-phase (400-460 V) - ..................
version 0.........................................................................................................................78
15.12 Wiring diagram UR053 three-phase (400-460 V) - version U ........79
15.13 Wiring diagram UR060 three-phase (575 V) - version U ..................80
15.14 Wiring diagram UR060 (400-460 V) - version U .....................................81
15.15 Wiring diagram UR060-UR080 three-phase (400-460 V) - ..................
version 0 .......................................................................................................................82
15.16 Wiring diagram UR080 three-phase (400-460-575 V) - ........................
version U ........................................................................................................................83
16. GENERAL FEATURES AND MODELS
16.1
16.2
16.3
16.4
16.5
16.6
84
heaterSteam models and electrical features ..........................................84
Electrical connection of boiler heaters .......................................................85
Technical features ....................................................................................................86
Steam transport pipe models...........................................................................86
Steam nozzle models.............................................................................................86
Linear nozzle models and typical installations ......................................87
ENG
1. INTRODUCTION AND INSTALLATION
1.1 HeaterSteam (UR*)
Models UR002..UR013
Range of isothermal electric heater humidifiers for steam production
control and distribution, fitted with graphic display.
Available models (identified by means of the code on the label, packaging
and on the technical data plate):
• UR002, UR004, UR006, UR010, UR013 with steam production capacity
up to 13 kg/h (28,66 lb/h), water connections under the base of the
humidifier;
• UR020, UR027, UR040, UR053, UR060, UR080 with steam production
capacity from 20 to 80 kg/h (from 44.09 to 176.37 lb/h), water
connections next to the humidifier.
Models UR020...UR080
≥200 (7.9”)
≥200
<0,5$
≥200 (7.9”)
≥200
(7.9”)
(7.9”)
≥300
≥500
(11.8”)
(19.7”)
≥700
(27.6”)
≥700
(27.6”)
≥400 (15.7”)
Fig. 1.b
1.5 Wall mounting
1.2 Dimensions and weights
Models UR002..UR013
A
B
Mount the humidifier on the wall using the support bracket pre-attached
to the humidifier, using the screws kit supplied (for mounting dimensions
see draws below).
Instructions for fastening:
1. unscrew the wall bracket from the one attached to the humidifier;
2. secure the bracket to the wall (see Fig. 1.c), checking with a spirit level
the horizontal position; if the unit is mounted on a masonry wall, you
can use the plastic anchor plugs (Ø 8 mm, Ø 0.31in) and the screws
(Ø 5 mm x L= 50 mm, Ø 0.19 in x L= 1.97 in) supplied;
3. hang the humidifier on the bracket using the profile on the upper
edge of the unit’s rear (Fig. 1.d).
4. lock the humidifier to the wall by means of the hole / holes found /
on the lower part of the rear panel of the machine (Fig. 1.d).
Models UR020...UR080
A
B
C
C
Fig. 1.a
122,5
(4.82)
445
(17.52)
122,5
(4.82)
UR053…80
98(216.0)
87(191.8)
155(341.7)
169
32
(6.67) (1.25)
Tab. 1.b
230
(9.06)
* in operating conditions, filled with water.
230
(9.06)
365 (14.37)
1.3 When opening the packaging
22,5
(0.89)
137
(5.39)
416
(16.38)
49 (1.91)
22,5
(0.89)
728
(28.66)
127
(4.99)
130
(5.13)
93
(3.67)
UR020...040
UR020…40
73(160.9)
63(138.8)
97(213.8)
285,5
(11.24)
731
(28.80)
UR002…13
31(68.3)
26(57.3)
35(77.1)
235,5
(9.27)
30
(1.18)
Tab. 1.a
packaged
Weights
empty
kg (lb)
installed*
201
(7.92)
49 (1.91)
145
(5.71)
400
(15.75)
145
(5.71)
30
(1.18)
61
(2.39)
UR053…80
876 (34.48)
445 (17.51)
888 (34.96)
75 (2.96)
A
B
C
UR020…40
690 (27.16)
445 (17.51)
888 (34.96)
UR053...080
Size
mm (in)
UR002…13
365 (14.37)
275 (10.82)
712 (20.03)
• check the integrity of the humidifier upon delivery and notify to the
UR002...013
67
67
67
67
(2.64) (2.64) (2.64) (2.64)
106
(4.17)
41 (1.59)
162
(6.38)
588 (23.15)
carrier immediately, in writing, any damage that can be attributed to
improper or careless transport;
• move the humidifier to the installation site before removing it from the
packaging, grasping the neck from beneath;
• open the cardboard box, remove the protective material and remove
the humidifier, keeping it upright at all times.
1.4 Positioning
9 (0.36)
• the unit is designed for wall mounting, suitable to support the weight
under operating conditions (see par. “Wall mounting”). The models
UR020*... UR080 * can be floor installed;
• to ensure proper distribution of steam, place the humidifier next to the
steam distribution point;
• position the humidifier vertically, use a spirit level to ensure the base is
perpendicular; observe the minimum clearances (see Fig. 1.b) to allow
space for maintenance.
Fig. 1.c
Caution: during operation, the external metal panels heat up, and
the back leaning against the wall can reach temperatures above 60 °C
(140 °F).
Fig. 1.d
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1.6 Removing the front panel
1.7 Mounting the front panel
Models UR002…UR013:
Models UR002…UR013:
1
2
1
3
5
4
3
2
4
Fig. 1.g
1. turn the red oval plate with the CAREL logo so that the fastening hole
below is visible;
Fig. 1.e
2. slide the panel on the frame (keeping it slightly raised and tilted) until
1. turn the oval plate with the CAREL logo until the ground screw head
2.
3.
4.
5.
it stops on the rear edges;
3. fasten the ground screw using a screwdriver, ensuring its tightening;
4. turn the red oval plate with the CAREL logo so that the fastening hole
can be seen;
loosen the screw with a screwdriver;
grab the sides of the panel, lift it about 20 mm (0.79 in), and detach it
from the protruding edges of the humidifier;
remove the panel by pulling it forward;
remove the protective film.
below is no longer visible;
Models UR020...UR080:
2
Models UR020...UR080:
1
1
4
5
3
2
Fig. 1.h
1. slide the panel on the base, keeping it slightly tilted;
2. put it in vertical position and tighten the screws on the top cover
with a screwdriver.
Fig. 1.f
1.
2.
3.
4.
remove the screws on the top of the humidifier using a screwdriver;
grab the panel by lifting it from the top about 20 mm (0.79 in);
remove the panel by pulling it forward;
remove the protective film (on all external surfaces of the humidifier).
Caution: in models UR020...UR080 open the electrical
compartment of the humidifier using the slotted lock.
Fig. 1.i
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1.8 Material supplied with the appliance
1.10 Water circuit
Once the packaging opened and the front panel removed, check
if there is a:
Models UR002 – UR013
2
1
3
4
5
6
19
screws and anchor
kit for wall mounting
7
only for models UR020...UR080: Code
FWHDCV0003 non-return valve with
connection tube
18
8
17
9
16
10
15
1.9 Technical data plate
11
Humidifiers can be identified by means of the technical plate placed on
the partition wall of the electrical cabinet.
12
14
MOD.
A
Vac
Hz
PH
kW
kg/h
IP
Date
Fig. 1.k
Models UR020 – UR080
Part No.
1
Serial No.
IP
Date
Rev.
Part No.
MADE IN ....
6
12
CAREL INDUSTRIES
Via dell'Industria, 11, 35020 Brugine
(Padova) Italy
18
Fig. 1.j
19
Note: tampering, removal, lack of the identification plate or other
does not allow the safe identification of the product and will
make any installation or maintenance operation to be performed difficult.
17
9
16
5
13
14
7
Fig. 1.l
1
2
3
4
6
7
Anti-foaming sensor
Overfill diaphragm
Fill diaphragm
Feed tank
Electrodes for conductivity measurement
Equaliser pipe
Feed pipe
8
Fill-up pipe
9
10
Level sensor
Overflow pipe/drain
5
11
12
13
14
Drain tube tempering (*)
Drain valve tempering (*)
Inlet valve
Drain pump
15 Anti-adhesive film (**)
16 Overtemperature sensors (PTC)
17 Heaters
Water temperature sensor (NTC)
18
(**)
19 Thermal insulation
(*) for the units equipped with it
(**) for full option modules only
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1.11 Layout of models UR002 – UR0013
!
Fig. 1.m
Key:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Solid state relay (SSR)
Motor protector (THP)
Fuse carrier (F1, F2)
Contactor
Transformer
Electronic controller
Power cable terminal block
Pump fuse (F3)
RF interference suppressor (where envisaged)
Power cable gland
Fan control board
Auxiliary cable glands
Cooling fan
ON/OFF switch
Drain
Display
NTC probe socket
Boiler
Warning label
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Level sensor
A
B
C
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
10
Green LED: normal operation
Yellow LED: fill
Red LED: minimum level
Fastening strap
Heater
Drain pump
Fill valve
Drain tempering valve (where envisaged)
Feedwater tank
SSR thermal protector (Klixon)
X1-X2 (prepared for ventilated steam distributors connections)
X3-X4 (prepared for external drain tempering valve) - where envisaged
Drain pump relay
ENG
1.12 Layout of models UR020 – UR0080
1
10
11
Fig. 1.n
Key:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Display
SSR thermal protector (Klixon)
Cooling fan
Solid state relay (SSR)
Heater fuses (where envisaged)
Contactor
Motor protector (THP)
NTC probe socket
Transformer
Control board
Fuse carrier (F1, F2, F3)
Power cable terminal block
RF interference suppressor (where envisaged)
Power cable inlet
ON/OFF switch
Drain pump
Drain collection tank ( 19 mm)
Drain
Fill valve
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
11
Drain tempering valve (where envisaged)
Drain tempering inlet (where envisaged)
Level sensor
Boiler
Drain pipe
Heater
Boiler thermal protector (Klixon)
Foam detection sensor
Water fill
Drain pump relay
X3-X4 (prepared for external drain tempering valve) - where envisaged
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2. HYDRAULIC CONNECTIONS
Important: before making the water connections disconnect the
humidifier from the power supply.
Models UR002..UR013
Models UR020...UR080
4
1
2
2
1
3
4
7
3
5
4
6
5
6
Fig. 2.a
WATER CONNECTIONS:
Set up for water connections:
1. install a manual valve upstream (to cut off the water supply);
2. connect the humidifier to the water supply. For UR002...UR013 models,
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Models UR002..UR013
use a flexible pipe 3/4’’G connection. For UR020...UR080 models
connect the flexible pipe with the non-return valve (supplied - code
FWHDCV0003), to avoid the water inside the humidifier making
contact with the one in the mains;
install a mechanical filter to retain any solid impurities (connect
downstream with respect to the tap.
connect a section of pipe for draining (resistant to temperatures of
100 ° C (212 ° F)) and with a minimum internal diameter of 40 mm
(1.6 in) for models UR002-UR013 and 50 mm (2 in), for models UR020
UR080;
provide a funnel to ensure continuity interruption in the drain piping;
connect a P-trap to prevent the return of odours;
for models UR020...UR080: connect a drain pipe from the tank to
the bottom of the humidifier (this can run into the funnel used for
draining).
for drain tempering versions, water temperature will be 60°C (140°F)
with temperature is max 25°C (77°F) guaranteed.
D
B
A
A
B
C
Fig. 2.b
Fig. 2.c
Key:
A
B
C
D
Caution:
• once the installation is complete, flush the supply pipe for about
30 minutes by carrying water directly in the drain and without
introducing it into the humidifier. This will eliminate any waste or
processing residues that could clog the inlet valve and/or cause foam
when boiling water;
• the drain pipe must run vertically downwards at least 30 cm (figure 2.a)
to prevent the return of steam.
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Supply water inlet
Drain water outlet
bottom tank drain water outlet (only for models UR020-UR080)
Drain tempering inlet
ENG
Steam exhaust and condensate drain
Water connection heights:
Drain / Fill
Models UR002…UR013 (top view):
Models UR002…UR013 (view from below):
A2
A3
A1
Fig. 2.f
size mm (in)
F
F'
G
G'
Fig. 2.d
mm (in)
D
D’
75 (2.95)
126 (4,96)
Water fill
E
E'
Water fill
62 (2.44)
116 (4.57)
Water drain
A1
A2
A3
Water drain
Models UR002-UR013
126.7 (5)
224 (8.8)
137.9 (5.4)
21.7 (0.85)
Steam outlet
Juncture for the steam distributor condensate drain pipe
Fan head power cable passageway (ancillary)
Models UR020…UR080 (left side view):
Models UR020…UR080 (top view):
P
P
B1
B2
K
L’
L
Fig. 2.g
L”
size mm (in)
M
M'
N
N'
N"
P
I”
I
I’
J
Fig. 2.e
B1
B2
mm (in)
l
l'
l"
L
50 (1.96)
120 (4.72)
20 (0.78)
122 (4.8)
Water fill Water fill
L'
L”
J
K
Models UR020...UR040
172 (2.0)
31 (1.2)
273 (10.7)
--46 (1.8)
60 (2.4)
Models UR053-UR080
172 (6.8)
52 (2.0)
260 (10.2)
190 (7.4)
52 (2.0)
60 (2.4)
Set up for steam distributor condensate drain pipe
Steam outlet
230 (9.0)
54 (2.1)
132(5.2)
571(22.5)
Water drain Water drain
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2.1 Supply water
The supply water for the electric heater humidifier must not be corrosive,
must not emit bad odours, and must not contain too much lime to
avoid excessive deposits. The water, supplied from mains of drinking
water or demineralised water, must have the following characteristics:
LIMIT VALUES FOR THE HEATER HUMIDIFIER WATER
Specific conductivity at 20°C /68°fH
Total dissolved solids
Fixed residual at 180°C/ 356°fH
Hydrogen ion activity
Total hardness
Temporary hardness
Chlorides
Iron + Manganese
Silica
Residual Chlorine
Calcium sulphate
Metallic impurities
Solvents, diluents, detergents, lubricants
σ20 - μS/cm
TDS – mg/l
TDS – mg/l
pH
TH– mg/l CaCO3
mg/l CaCO3
ppm Cl
mg/l Fe+Mn
mg/l SIO2
mg/l Clmg/l CaSO4
mg/l
mg/l
Min
0
(1)
(1)
6
0 (2)
0 (3)
=
=
=
=
=
0
0
Max
1500
(1)
(1)
8.5
400
300
50(4)
0.2
20
0.2
100
0
0
Tab. 2.a
1. Values depending on the specific conductivity; in general: TDS ≈0,93 * σR, 20
°C; R180 ≈0,65 * σR , 20 °C;
2. Not lower than 200% the content of chloride in mg/l Cl- ;
3. Not lower than 300% the content of chloride in mg/l Cl- ;
4. It could be necessary to intervene on the drain rate to avoid a concentration
in the boiling water higher than 300 mg/l Cl-;
For particularly aggressive water (conductivity <1 μS/cm), use titanium heaters
(heaterSteam titanium model).
Important: treating the water with water softeners or
polyphosphates dispensers is not allowed; it allows for reduced
maintenance but favors the concentration of dissolved salts in the
water in the cylinder, and possible operation irregularities due to the
formation of foam. Should this be impossible to avoid, it requires
dilution with ordinary mains water in such a quantity as to guarantee at
least 60% of its initial hardness value, and not less than 5°f. Water
treatment with reverse osmosis demineralisers is allowed.
Not recommended:
1. the use of well water, industrial water or water from cooling circuits
and, in general, water which may be chemically or bacteriologically
contaminated;
2. the addition to the water of disinfectants or anticorrosion
compounds, as these may cause irritation.
Note: no relationship can be proven between water hardness
and conductivity; nonetheless, as an indication only, water with a
hardness of 40°f should have a conductivity of approximately 900-1000
mS/cm a 20 °C.
2.2 Drain water
• contains the same substances dissolved in the supply water, but in
larger amounts;
• it can reach a temperature of 100 °C (212° F);
• it is not toxic and can be drained in the white waters collection
system.
3. for drain tempering versions, water temperature will be 60°C (140°F),
with temperature is max 25 °C guaranteed.
Important: completely demineralised water is aggressive. For
connection to a water system with fully demineralized water use
only installation items made of plastic resistant to chemicals (eg.
Polypropylene) or stainless steel.
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3. STEAM DISTRIBUTION
Mounting instructions (see figure):
• drill a series of holes in the wall of the pipe, using the drilling jig of the
distributor (found in the packaging of the distributor);
• insert the distributor with the steam outlet holes facing upwards;
• fasten the flange of the distributor using 4 screws.
3.1 CAREL steam nozzles (SDPOEM00**)
Compact steam distributors for small ducts or applications such as steam
baths. They can be mounted either horizontally or vertically (steam
exhaust facing upwords).
Mounting instructions (see figure):
1. drill a series of holes in the wall of the pipe, using the drilling jig of
the distributor;
2. insert the distributor;
3. fasten the flange of the distributor using 4 screws.
3
50
31,5
100
D
5
X
6
L
B
Y
C
8
°2
X
57,5
31,5
50
2
4
31,5
31,5
A
50
1
9
Fig. 3.b
Key:
L-shaped mounting bracket (where applicable)
flange gasket
steam inlet (ØA)
condensate drain (ØB)
flange screw (see instructions sheet that comes with the distributor)
L = length (depending on the model of distributor, see paragraph
“Linear distributors” )
7. tilt angle (about 2 °) for condensate drain
8. diameter of the hole in the wall (ØY)
C
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
B
A
A
B
Fig. 3.a
Key:
A.
B.
C.
D.
steam inlet
condensate drain
steam outlet
The hole dimensions vary depending on the distributor model:
• model SDPOEM0000: hole to be drilled
up to 30 mm (1.2 in) diameter;
• model SDPOEM0012: hole diameter 12 mm (0.5 in);
• model SDPOEM0022: hole diameter 22 mm (0.9 in);
drilling jig
Size in mm (in)
manually,
ØA
ØB
ØY
Ø
X
linear distributors from CAREL
DP***D30R0
30 (1.2)
10 (0.4)
68 (2.7)
45 (1.8)
77 (3.0)
DP***D22R0
22 (0.9)
10 (0.4)
58 (2.3)
35 (1.4)
68 (2.7)
DP***D40R0
40 (1.6)
10 (0.4)
89 (3.5)
60 (2.4)
99 (3.9)
Tab. 3.a
Note: if using steam hoses with an inside diameter of 30 mm (1.2 in),
remove the 22 mm (0.9 in) inlet section from the steam nozzle.
Caution:
1. mount the distributor slightly tilted (at least 2°, to facilitate the
condensate discharge);
3.2 CAREL linear distributors for air ducts or
AHUs (DP***DR0)
2. the L-shaped supports (see element 1 Fig. 3. b) is supplied with steam
distributors models from DP085* to DP205*. For shorter lengths the
bracket can be supplied as optional (code 18C478A088).
The steam distributors for AHU or duct applications deliver steam along
their entire length in order to ensure the shortest not-wetting distance.
The distributor should be chosen based on the maximum required
capacity, the dimensions of the AHU/duct and the outlet diameter of
the humidifier it is connected to. Install far from any obstacle (curves,
ramification, section changes, grilles, filters, fans).
Minimum distance between distributor and obstacle: 1…1.5 m (3.3…4.9 ft).
Increase distance in case of:
1. increase in speed of the air in the duct;
2. turbulence decrease.
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3.3 CAREL blowers for room installation
(VSDU0A*, VRDXL*)
3.5 Condensate drain pipe
During the operation of the humidifier part of the steam can condense,
causing efficiency loss and noise (gurgling).
To drain the condensate connect to the base of the distributor a discharge
pipe with a water trap and a minimum slope of 5° (see fig.3.d).
Steam distributors for installation in rooms. These come with a fan
to assist steam absorption. The VSDU0A* blowers can be used on
humidifiers with flow-rates up to 18 kg/h (39.7 lb/h), i.e. models UR002…
UR013. They can be connected to the top of the humidifier, or separately
in a remote position using the fastening support VSDBAS0001 (see Fig.
3.c). These distributors have a power supply inside the electrical panel
(24 Vac, Terminals X1, X2).
A
D
CAREL condensate drain pipes: code 1312368AXX (ø 10mm) (CHOSE00516 (5/16”) for North American market) for DP* series linear
steam distributors; code 1312353APG (ø 7mm) - (CHOSE0038 (3/8”) for
North American market) for steam blowers and nozzles.
E
G
B
Caution: the condensate drain pipe trap must be filled with water
prior to turning on the humidifier.
F
Below are show some installation examples of the steam transport and
condensate drain pipes:
All the UR models
C
>5°
>5°
R> 300mm (12”)
D> 200mm (8”)
Fig. 3.c
A
B
C
D
> 0,5 m (>19.6”)
> 5 m (>196.8”)
> 2,1 m (>82.6”)
> 1 m (>39.4”)
E
F
G
H ≤ 2 m (7.8”)
> 0,5 m (>19.6”)
> 5 m (>196.8”)
> 1 m (>39.4”)
Caution: in order to achieve proper steam distribution observe
the distances indicated in the fig. above.
Fig. 3.d
For the humidifiers larger than 18 kg/h, the are ventilated steam
distributors code VRDXL00000 with 230 Vac power supply, external
power supply (maximum capacity 45 kg/h). The distributors are designed
for installation in a remote position, and require two steam hoses with a
30 mm diameter, c
connected to a “Y” adapter (available as accessories, contact Carel for
details on the product code).
C
D
> 1,8 m (>70.8”)
> 1,2 m (>47.2”)
E
F
G
Models UR002...UR013 (1), condensate drain connection with return
to fill tank:
>5°
> 0,9 m (>35.4”)
> 3 m (>118.9”)
> 1,2 m (>47.2”)
>20°
D> 200mm (8”)
R> 300mm (12”)
1
In this case, terminal J19.1 on the control board is used as a voltage-free
contact (normally open when there is no production - SSR OFF). This
contact has a maximum rating of 2 A.
3.4 Steam transport pipe
• use CAREL flexible hoses (max 4 m long, see section “Models of steam
Fig. 3.e
conducting pipes”);
• avoid the formation of pockets or traps (cause of condensate
Models UE020...UR080 (1) extend the pipe inside the humidifier up to
the base tank.
accumulation)
• avoid choking the pipe with sharp bends or twists.
• Use metal clamps to fasten the ends of the pipe to the connections
on the humidifier and the steam distributor, so that they do not come
loose as a result of the temperature.
• avoid strains which include mechanical stress on the cylinder steam
outlet tailpiece
>20°
>5°
R> 300mm (12”)
D> 200mm (8”)
1
Fig. 3.f
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All the UR models
NO
Fig. 3.g
R>300mm (12”)
R>300mm (12”)
NO
D> 200mm (8”)
SI
D> 200mm (8”)
NO
Fig. 3.h
3.6 Outlet pressure limits
The backpressure at the boiler outlet, either positive or negative, depends
both on the relative pressure in the duct/AHU and the pressure drop in
the steam pipe, due to bends or adapters, and the steam distributor.
Carel steam transport pipes have a pressure drop of around 150 Pa/m
(0.021psi) (respecting the maximum flow-rate recommended by Carel).
Carel DP* series linear distributors have a pressure drop of around 25 Pa
(0.003psi) (respecting the maximum flow-rate recommended by Carel).
Considering these values, the boiler outlet pressure must be:
boiler outlet pressure > 150 [Pa/m] * steam pipe length [metres] + 25 [Pa]
DP + pressure in duct/AHU [Pa]
Boiler outlet pressure values for heaterSteam:
UR002…R013
UR020…UR080
pressure limits at boiler outlet 0 to 1500 (0 to 0 to 2000 (0 to
Pa (PSI)
0.218)
0.290)
Note: a pressure of around -200 Pa (-0.029 psi) at the boiler outlet
corresponds to around 20 mm (0.78”) of water inside the boiler (for all
sizes).
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4.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
Outside, bottom view
L
3
N
Models UR002-UR013
GND
4.1 Wiring provisions
1
Inside, top view
A
1
3
2
B
3
1
N
L
5
GND
4
L
Fig. 4.b
Fig. 4.e
N
Fig. 4.a
GND
Fig. 4.d
Models UR20-UR80
Outside, side view
C
1
Fig. 4.f
3
2
Fig. 4.g
Models UR020-UR080
1. identify the rubber cable gland (A) on the right side of the unit and
Fig. 4.c
Key:
1. power supply cable inlet;
2. inlet (after removing the knock-out) for other uses;
3. probe cables inlet (after removing the knock-outs).
insert the power cable;
2. inside the electrical panel: unscrew the cable gland (B), connect the
GND
wires to the terminal block and tighten the screws again to fasten
the cable.
4.2 Power cable connection
L1 L2 L3
B
Before making the connections, make that the unit is disconnected from
the mains power supply: move the main system switch and humidifier
switch to OFF).
Important: the humidifier ON/OFF switch disconnects power
only to the electronic controller, and not the other devices, which
therefore remain powered.
Check that the unit’s power supply voltage corresponds to the rated value
shown inside the electrical panel. Remove the front panel as explained in
chap. 1.
To enter the power and probe cables, see the follow the procedures
described below:
A
Fig. 4.h
The humidifier power line must be fitted by the installer with a disconnect
switch and fuses to protect against short circuits. The table shows the
recommended sizes of the cable and fuses; nonetheless, these data are
purely indicative and, if different from local standards in force, the latter
must prevail.
Models UR002-UR013
1. unscrew the screws and remove the cover (A);
2. if necessary, cut the top part of the conical cable gland (B) and insert
the power cable;
3. connect the electrical wires to the terminal block, reposition the
cover and fasten it using the screws;
To attach the probe cable:
Note: to avoid unwanted interference, the power cables should
be kept separate from the probe signal cables.
4. remove the knock-out (C) and unscrew the screws;
5. insert the probe cable through the opening created: then fasten the
cable using the screws.
Important: connect the yellow-green wire to the earth terminal
(GND).
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4.3 Control board
The control board (S) is inside of the electrical panel in the wall dividing.
UR002-UR013
UR020-UR080
The auxiliary connections (probes, remote terminal, alarm) are made by
inserting the cables form the outside into the electrical panel.
To do this, use cables gland located on the base of the unit to the plug-in
screw terminals on the control board.
6
6
2
1
2
1 2 3 4 5
J3
J16
J17L
M9
1
2
1
2
3
2 1
1
J17C
2 1
Fig. 4.i
M3
J18
M2
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
M8
6
7
8
1
1
2
3
J21 J23
5
6
1
J20
M12
2
4
3
2
M1
1
1
2
Fig. 4.j
2
2
J24
M5
1
2
1
J19
M6
1
2
3
RS485 Serial
Control signal
C
NC
NO
NO
C
GND
L+
L-
limit probe
GND
Remote
ON/OFF
main probe
ext. regulator
GND
12Vdc
Ethernet
Unit Alarm
status relay
relay
Fig. 4.k
Key:
Terminal
M1
M1.1
M1.2
M2
M2.1
M2.2
M2.3
Function
GND (G0)
Controller power supply
Main room probe signal
input or signal from external
controller
GND
Electrical specifications
Terminal
M8
M8.1
24Vac +10%/-15% 50/60Hz
0/1V, 0/10V, 2/10V, 0/20mA,
4/20mA, NTC 10 kΩ a 25 °C
M9
M9.2
+12 Vdc, maximum current that
can be delivered 50 mA; Protection against short-circuits
Maximum current output: 5 mA;
Digital input for backup/
Maximum voltage with contact
rotation function
open: 13 Vdc
Limit humidity probe signal 0/1V, 0/10V, 2/10V, 0/20mA,
input
4/20mA, NTC
GND
GND
Maximum current output: 5 mA;
Remote on/off contact
Maximum voltage with contact
digital input
open: 13 Vdc
Tx/RxFieldbus
Tx/Rx+
GND
Unit status contact (NO)
250 Vac; 2 A with resistive load;
Unit status contact
2 A with inductive load
common
Alarm common
250 Vac; 2 A with resistive load;
NC alarm contact
2 A with inductive load
NO alarm contact
M11
M12
Probe power supply (+G)
M2.4
M2.5
M2.6
M2.7
M2.8
M3
M5
M6
M3.1
M3.2
M3.3
M5.1
M5.2
M6.1
M6.2
M6.3
M8.2
M9.1
J18
J19
Function
Production request analogue output
GND
Backup and rotation contact
common
Backup and rotation NO
contact
Ethernet port
M12.1
M12.2 BMS 485
M12.3
Earth connection
pLAN/display terminal
J19.1
Auxiliary/blower contact
(NO)
J19.2
Auxiliary/blower contact
common
Electrical specifications
Output voltage range: 0-10 V
max 10 mA
250 Vac; 2 A with resistive load;
2 A with inductive load
Tx/RxTx/Rx+
GND
250 Vac; 2 A with resistive load;
2 A with inductive load
USB Port (type A)
Ethernet RJ45 Port
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4.4 Operating and control principles
4.4.5
Before describing each electrical connection on heaterSteam, below are
some fundamental aspects regarding the control of steam humidifiers.
Steam production is related to the % rH reading made by the relative
humidity probe and increases as the value read deviates from the set
point St. Maximum production Pmax corresponds to the case where the
humidity value, read by the probe, is BP away (proportional band) from
the set point. The activation hysteresis hy is settable by the user.
4.4.1
Operating principle of a heater humidifier
HeaterSteam is an isothermal steam humidifier whose technology uses
heaters immersed in a cylinder or boiler filled with water. This may be
mains water or demineralised water. The heat generated by the heaters
increases the water temperature up to around 100°C (212°F). The use
of demineralised water ensures long cylinder and heater life, as virtually
no scale builds up. On the other hand, if using mains water, some of the
minerals dissolved in the water accumulate in the cylinder as solids with
different compositions. To prevent this from occurring, when the water
conductivity in the cylinder exceeds a certain value, some of the water is
periodically drained and replenished, thus diluting the water. In models
where featured, the drain water is mixed with mains water so as to not
exceed the maximum temperature allowed by national and local standards
in force (drain tempering function). The steam generated has a temperature
of around 100°C (212°F) and minimal positive pressure (unpressurised
steam). It is virtually free of minerals and germs. Steam production is
controlled with ON/OFF logic or with continuous modulation from 0% to
100% of rated output, using solid state relays (SSR); the control logic in this
case is PWM (i.e. pulse width modulation) with a programmable time base.
Autonomous control with humidity probes
Pmax
Steam_Pr
Pmin
ON
OFF
hy
BP
%rH
St
Fig. 4.m
Key:
4.4.2
Control principles
Steam_pr
P0
Pm
The appliance is fitted with solid state relays (SSR), meaning steam
production is continuously adjustable based on demand, in one of the
following modes.
4.4.3
ON/OFF control
Proportional to an external signal (modulating
control)
4.4.6
Steam production is proportional to the value of an external signal Y,
(selectable by programming one of the following standards: 0 to 1 Vdc; 0
to 10 Vdc; 2 to 10 Vdc; 0 to 20 mA; 4 to 20 mA). The maximum production
Pmax corresponds to the maximum value of the external signal Y and
will be the humidifier’s rated production. The activation hysteresis hy is
settable by the user and refers to the external signal Y.
Pmax
OFF
ON
Y= 0…1Vdc
0…10Vdc
2…10Vdc
0…20mA
4…20mA
4.4.7
hy
2xhy
100%
Fig. 4.l
Key:
Steam_pr
P0
Pm
Steam production
Max production
Min production
Y
hy
External signal
Activation hysteresis
Note: the graph shown above applies when the pre-heating
function is disabled.
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Autonomous control with relative humidity
transducer and outlet limit probe
Application for steam baths
In applications for steam baths, in which the control probe measures
temperature rather than humidity, the same rules apply as for
autonomous control with probe.
By setting control to temperature, the humidifier will continue to produce
steam until reaching the desired set point temperature inside the steam
bath, and consequently the desired saturation of the air (fog effect).
Recommended CAREL transducer: ASET030001 or ASET030000, or NTC
probes UEKNTC0*.
Y
0%
External signal
Activation hysteresis
In this case too, the controller modulates steam production based on the
% rH measured by the main relative humidity transducer, while limiting
production if the humidity measured by a second limit transducer,
located in the air duct downstream of the steam distributor, approaches
the maximum desired value. Consequently, to prevent the relative
humidity of the outlet air from exceeding a value that is considered
excessive, the control module with autonomous control and limit
transducer can be set with a high relative humidity alarm threshold.
When this threshold is exceeded, the alarm is activated by closing the
corresponding relay contact on the main control board. The limit probe
allows steam production to be modulated depending on the specific set
limit differential.
Steam_Pr
Pmin
Y
hy
To check that the relative humidity measured by the transducer is within
certain preset values, two alarm thresholds can be set in autonomous
control:
• high relative humidity alarm threshold;
• low relative humidity alarm threshold.
When these thresholds are exceeded, an alarm is activated by closing the
corresponding relay contact on the main control board.
Operation is all or nothing, and is activated by an external contact; the
maximum percentage of unit production can be set.
4.4.4
Steam production
Max production
Min production
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4.5 Steam production control signals
Steam production can be enabled and controlled by:
The humidifier features solid state relays (SSR) for modulating steam
production, and consequently capacity may range from 1 to 100% of output,
depending on control requirements. The humidifier can be connected via
RS485 serial or Ethernet connection to a remote supervisor. Depending on
the type of signal used, steam production can be enabled and/or managed
in different ways (ON/OFF or modulating).
EXTERNAL PROPORTIONAL CONTROLLER (modulating operation)
• short-circuit terminals M2.7 – M2.8 (jumper) to enable production;
• connect terminals M2.1 and M2.2 (production request) to an external
controller;
• to enable control, set:
Screen ind.
Ea01
Ea03
Screen desc.
Control type
Proportional band
Important: the probe inputs are protected against short-circuits,
and the maximum current delivered (M2.3) is 50 mA. Despite this, it is
recommended to configure the “Control type” before connecting the
probes to the terminals.
Ec01
Main probe type
To help users configure the unit, a screen index is shown at the top right of the
display. The screen index corresponds to the sequence in each menu in order
to reach the specific page.
Parameter
proportional to external signal
Set: Hysteresis (0-100%)
Minimum production (0-100%)
Maximum production (0-100%)
Select from: 0-1V, 0-10V, 2-10V, 0-20mA,
4-20mA
M2
1
2
REF
2
OUT
M9
1
3
4
5
M8
6
7
8
1
2
Screen
index
Fig. 4.q
_________________________________________________________
Fig. 4.n
EXTERNAL PROPORTIONAL CONTROLLER and REMOTE CONTACT
(modulating operation)
• connect terminals M2.1 and M2.2 (production request) to a humidistat;
• connect inputs M2.7 – M2.8 (enable) to a remote contact (e.g.: switch,
timer,...);
• to enable control, set:
Steam production can be started by:
HUMIDISTAT (ON/OFF operation):
• connect terminals M2.1 and M2.2 (production request) to a humidistat;
• short-circuit terminals M2.7 – M2.8 (jumper) to enable production;
• to enable ON/OFF operation, set:
Screen index
Ea01
Ea04
Screen description
Control type
Maximum production
M9
1
2
Parameter
External ON/OFF signal
0-100% of rated production
M2
1
2
3
4
5
Screen ind.
Ea01
Ea03
Screen desc.
Control type
Proportional band
Ec01
Main probe type
M8
6
7
8
1
Parameter
proportional to external signal
Set: Hysteresis (0-100%)
Minimum production (0-100%)
Maximum production (0-100%)
Select from: 0-1V, 0-10V, 2-10V, 0-20mA,
4-20mA
2
_________________________________________________________
M2
1
2
REF
Fig. 4.o
2
OUT
M9
1
3
4
5
M8
6
7
8
1
2
Fig. 4.r
HUMIDISTAT and REMOTE CONTACT (ON/OFF operation)
• connect terminals M2.1 and M2.2 (production request) to a humidistat;
• connect inputs M2.7 – M2.8 (enable) to a remote contact (e.g.: switch,
timer,...);
• to enable ON/OFF operation, set:
Screen index
Ea01
Ea04
Screen description
Control type
Maximum production
M9
1
2
2
3
4
EXTERNAL PROPORTIONAL CONTROLLER and REMOTE CONTACT
(modulating operation) with LIMIT PROBE
• short-circuit terminals M2.7 – M2.8 (jumper) to enable production;
alternatively connect terminals M2.7 – M2.8 to a remote contact (e.g.:
switch, timer,...);
• connect terminals M2.1 and M2.2 (production request) to an external
controller;
• connect the active limit probe to terminals M2.5, M2.3 (+12Vdc), M2.6
(GND);
• to enable control, set:
Parameter
External ON/OFF signal
0-100% of rated production
M2
1
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5
M8
6
7
8
1
2
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Screen ind.
Ea01
Ea03
Ea06
Ec01
Ec02
CONTROL WITH ONE HUMIDITY PROBE
• short-circuit terminals M2.7 – M2.8 (jumper) to enable production;
alternatively connect terminals M2.7 – M2.8 to a remote contact (e.g.:
switch, timer,...);
• connect the main active room probe to terminals M2.1, M2.2 (GND)
and M2.3 (+12Vdc);
• to enable control, set:
Screen desc.
Parameter
Control type
prop. to external signal with limit probe
Proportional band Set:
Hysteresis (0-100%)
Minimum production (0-100%)
Maximum production (0-100%)
Limit probe
Set:
Set point (0-100 %rH)
Differential (0-100%)
Main probe type Select from: 0-1V, 0-10V, 2-10V, 0-20mA,
4-20mA
Limit probe type Select from: 0-1V, 0-10V, 2-10V, 0-20mA,
4-20mA
M9
1
2
M2
1
2
3
4
5
Screen ind.
Ea01
Ea05
Screen desc.
Control type
Modulating control
Ec01
Main probe type
Parameter
one humidity probe
Set:
humidity set point (0-100 %rH)
differential (2-20%rh)
Minimum production (0-100%)
Maximum production (0-100%)
Select from: 0-1V, 0-10V, 2-10V,
0-20mA, 4-20mA
M8
6
7
8
1
2
REF
OUT
M9
1
M2
2
1
2
3
4
5
M8
6
7
8
1
2
OUT H / T
M
+ (G)
Main probe
Fig. 4.s
Note: in industrial environments (IEC EN61000-6-2) the signal cables
leaving the unit must not exceed 30 m (98’) in length: steam production
signal cable (terminals M2.1, M2.2), digital remote on/off input (terminals
M2.7, M2.8) and shielded cable for RS485 communication.
OUT H / T
M
+ (G)
Fig. 4.u
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CONTROL WITH ONE HUMIDITY PROBE AND LIMIT PROBE
• short-circuit terminals M2.7 – M2.8 (jumper) to enable production;
alternatively connect terminals M2.7 – M2.8 to a remote contact (e.g.:
switch, timer,...);
• connect the main active room probe to terminals M2.1, M2.2 (GND)
and M2.3 (+12Vdc);
• connect the active limit probe to terminals M2.5, M2.3 (+12Vdc), M2.6
(GND);
• to enable control, set:
4.6 Control with humidity probes
The main control board, connected to a room humidity probe, manages
steam production based on the humidity measured. A second outlet
humidity limit probe can also be connected: with this configuration,
typical of air handling units, the main control board continues managing
steam production according to the humidity requirement, however
production is limited according to the relative humidity measured in the
outlet duct.
Screen ind. Screen desc.
Ea01
Control type
Ea05
Modulating
control
HP
HLP
Ea06
Ec01
Ec02
Parameter
humidity with limit probe
Set:
humidity set point (0-100 %rH)
differential (2-20%rh)
Minimum production (0-100%)
Maximum production (0-100%)
Limit probe
Set point (0-100 %rH)
Differential (0-100%)
Main probe type Select from: 0-1V, 0-10V, 2-10V, 0-20mA, 4-20mA
Limit probe type Select from: 0-1V, 0-10V, 2-10V, 0-20mA, 4-20mA
Remote
Contact
M9
Key:
HP
Humidity control probe (intake/room humidity probe)
HLP
Limit humidity probe (outlet humidity probe)
Remote Contact Remote contact
Main probe
Fig. 4.t
2
OUT H / T
M
+ (G)
Second probe
1
OUT H / T
M
+ (G)
M2
1
2
3
4
5
M8
6
7
8
1
2
Fig. 4.v
The following probes can be connected:
CAREL probes for rooms
for air ducts
for technical applications
DPWC111000
DPDC110000, DPDC210000
DPPC210000, DPPC210000
Note: non-CAREL active probes can be connected to the controller.
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CONTROL WITH TWO HUMIDITY PROBES
• short-circuit terminals M2.7 – M2.8 (jumper) to enable production;
alternatively connect terminals M2.7 – M2.8 to a remote contact (e.g.:
switch, timer,...);
• connect the main active room probe to terminals M2.1, M2.2 (GND)
and M2.3 (+12Vdc);
• connect the second active probe to terminals M2.5, M2.3 (+12Vdc) and
M2.6 (GND);
• to enable control, set:
Screen ind.
Ea01
Ea02
Ea05
Ec01
Ec02
Screen desc.
Control type
Control with 2 probes
Modulating control
Main probe type
Second probe type
CONTROL WITH ONE ACTIVE TEMPERATURE PROBE
• short-circuit terminals M2.7 – M2.8 (jumper) to enable production;
alternatively connect terminals M2.7 – M2.8 to a remote contact (e.g.:
switch, timer,...);
• connect the main active room probe to terminals M2.1, M2.2 (GND)
and M2.3 (+12Vdc);
• to enable control, set:
Screen ind.
Ea01
Ea05
Parameter
Modulation with two humidity probes
Set the weight of the two probes (0-100%)
Set:
humidity set point (0-100 %rH)
differential (2-20%rh)
Minimum production (0-100%)
Maximum production (0-100%)
Select from: 0-1V, 0-10V, 2-10V, 0-20mA, 4-20mA
Select from: 0-1V, 0-10V, 2-10V, 0-20mA, 4-20mA
Screen desc.
Parameter
Control type
one temperature probe
Modulating control Set:
temperature set point (0-100 °C) (32-212°F)
differential (2-20°C) (3.6-36°F)
Minimum production (0-100%)
Maximum production (0-100%)
Main probe type
Select from: 0-1V, 0-10V, 2-10V, 0-20mA,
4-20mA
Ec01
M9
1
2
M2
1
2
3
4
M8
5
6
7
8
1
2
The controller will calculate the weighted average between the two
probes. The weight of the two probes can also be set.
2
M2
1
2
3
4
5
M8
6
7
8
1
Main probe
M9
1
2
OUT H / T
M
+ (G)
Main probe
Second probe
Fig. 4.y
OUT H / T
M
+ (G)
OUT H / T
M
+ (G)
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CONTROL WITH ONE TEMPERATURE PROBE AND LIMIT PROBE
• short-circuit terminals M2.7 – M2.8 (jumper) to enable production;
alternatively connect terminals M2.7 – M2.8 to a remote contact (e.g.:
switch, timer,...);
• connect the main active room probe to terminals M2.1, M2.2 (GND)
and M2.3 (+12Vdc);
• connect the active limit probe to terminals M2.5, M2.3 (+12Vdc), M2.6 (GND);
• to enable control, set:
Fig. 4.w
The following probes can be connected:
CAREL probes for rooms
for air ducts
for technical applications
DPWC111000
DPDC110000; DPDC210000
DPPC210000; DPPC210000
Screen ind. Screen desc.
Ea01
Control type
Ea05
Modulating
control
Note: non-CAREL active probes can be connected to the controller.
4.7 Control with temperature probes
Ea06
The controller features independent internal temperature control,
and can be connected to a temperature probe TT (Fig. 4.r). It performs
complete control based on the temperature measured inside the
controlled environment.
Ec01
Ec02
Parameter
Temperature with limit
Set:
temperature set point (0-100 °C) (32-212°F)
differential (2-20°C) (3.6-36°F)
Minimum production (0-100%)
Maximum production (0-100%)
Limit probe
Set point (0-100 °C/°F)
Differential (0-100%)
Main probe type Select from: 0-1V, 0-10V, 2-10V, 0-20mA, 4-20mA
Limit probe type Select from: 0-1V, 0-10V, 2-10V, 0-20mA, 4-20mA
M9
1
2
M2
1
2
3
4
5
M8
6
7
8
1
2
Main probe
Remote
contact
OUT H / T
M
+ (G)
Second probe
TT
OUT H / T
M
+ (G)
Fig. 4.z
The following probes can be connected:
CAREL probes for rooms
for air ducts
for technical applications
Fig. 4.x
Key:
TT
Remote Contact
DPWC111000
DPDC110000; DPDC210000
DPPC210000, DPPC210000
Note: non-CAREL active probes can be connected to the controller.
Active temperature probe
Remote contact
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CONTROL WITH TWO ACTIVE TEMPERATURE PROBES
• short-circuit terminals M2.7 – M2.8 (jumper) to enable production;
alternatively connect terminals M2.7 – M2.8 to a remote contact (e.g.:
switch, timer,...);
• connect the main active room probe to terminals M2.1, M2.2 (GND)
and M2.3 (+12Vdc);
• connect the second active probe to terminals M2.5, M2.3 (+12Vdc) and
M2.6 (GND);
• to enable control, set:
Screen ind.
Ea01
Ea02
Ea05
Screen desc.
Control type
Control with 2 probes
Modulating control
Ec01
Main probe type
Ec02
Second probe type
CONTROL WITH TWO NTC TEMPERATURE PROBES (passive)
• short-circuit terminals M2.7 – M2.8 (jumper) to enable production;
alternatively connect terminals M2.7 – M2.8 to a remote contact (e.g.:
switch, timer,...);
• connect the main NTC room probe to terminals M2.1, M2.2;
• connect the second NTC probe to terminals M2.5, M2.6;
• to enable control, set:
Parameter
Temperature (two probes)
Set the weight of the two probes (0-100%)
Set: temperature set point (0-100 °C) (32212°F)
differential (2-20°C) (3.6-36°F)
Minimum production (0-100%)
Maximum production (0-100%)
Select from: 0-1V, 0-10V, 2-10V, 0-20mA,
4-20mA
Select from: 0-1V, 0-10V, 2-10V, 0-20mA,
4-20mA
1
Main probe
2
OUT H / T
M
+ (G)
Second probe
1
M2
OUT H / T
M
+ (G)
2
3
4
5
Screen description
Control type
Ea02
Control with 2 probes
Ea05
Modulating control
Ec01
Ec02
Main probe type
Second probe type
M9
M8
6
7
8
1
parameter
Modulation with two temperature
probes
Set the weight of the two probes
(0-100%)
Set:
temperature set point (0-100 °C)
(32-212°F)
differential (2-20°C) (3.6-36°F)
Minimum production (0-100%)
Maximum production (0-100%)
Set probe type: NTC
Set probe type: NTC
The controller will calculate the weighted average between the two
probes. The weight of the two probes can also be set.
The controller will calculate the weighted average between the two
probes. The weight of the two probes can also be set.
M9
Screen index
Ea01
1
M2
2
1
2
3
4
M8
5
6
7
8
1
2
2
Fig. 4.ac
Fig. 4.aa
The following probes can be connected:
CAREL probes for rooms
for air ducts
for technical applications
4.8 Alarm contact
DPWC111000
DPDC110000; DPDC210000
DPPC210000, DPPC210000
The humidifier controller is fitted with a relay contact for remote signalling
of one or more faults or alarms. The alarm contact (250 Vac; max capacity: 2
A resistive - 2 A inductive) is connected to terminals M6.1, M6.2 and M6.3.
Note:: non-CAREL active probes can be connected to the controller.
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M12
3
2
1
M1
1
2
Screen index
Ea01
Ea05
Screen description
Control type
Modulating control
Ec01
Main probe type
2
M2
1
2
3
4
5
Fig. 4.ad
M6.1
M6.2
M6.3
M8
6
7
8
1
2
Fig. 4.ab
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M6
1
2
LN
parameter
one temperature probe
Set:
temperature set point (0-100 °C)
(32-212°F)
differential (2-20°C) (3.6-36°F)
Minimum production (0-100%)
Maximum production (0-100%)
Set probe type: NTC
M9
1
2
3
CO
NC
NO
CONTROL WITH ONE NTC TEMPERATURE PROBE (passive)
• short-circuit terminals M2.7 – M2.8 (jumper) to enable production;
alternatively connect terminals M2.7 – M2.8 to a remote contact (e.g.:
switch, timer,...);
• connect the main NTC room probe to terminals M2.1, M2.2;
• to enable control, set:
M5
1
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CO - Alarm common
NC - NC alarm contact
NO - NO alarm contact
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4.9 Unit status contact / maintenance prealert
4.10 Production request analogue output
The humidifier controller is fitted with an analogue output (0-10 V signal)
that reflects the production request.
The production request output (0-10 V max 10 mA) is connected to
terminals M8.1, M8.2.
The humidifier controller is fitted with a relay contact for remote signalling
of unit status. The contact is normally open. When the unit is producing
steam, the contact is closed. The unit status contact (250 Vac; max capacity:
2 A resistive - 2 A inductive) is connected to terminals M5.1, M5.2.
M12
2
M1
1
1
2
M5
1
2
M6
1
2
2
M2
1
2
M8.1
M8.2
7
8
1
2
Production request analogue output
GND
4.11 Final checks
To configure digital output M5.2 as a maintenance pre-alert, set:
The following conditions represent correct electrical connection:
1. mains power to the humidifier corresponds to the voltage shown on
the rating plate;
2. the fuses installed are suitable for the line and power voltage;
3. a mains disconnect switch has been installed so as to be able to
disconnect power to the humidifier;
4. the humidifier has been correctly earthed;
5. the power cable is fastened to the tear-proof cable clamp;
6. terminals M2.7, M2.8 are jumpered or connected to an enabling
contact;
7. if the humidifier is controlled by an external controller, the signal
earth is electrically connected to the controller earth.
parameter
Maintenance pre-alert
Set the warning parameter
(hours)
5.
M8
6
IMPORTANT WARNINGS: to avoid unbalanced control, the earth
of the probes or external controllers must be connected to the unit
controller’s earth.
Contact M5.2 is configured by default as the unit status contact. The same
relay can also be configured as a maintenance pre-alert, proving a signal
before the actual maintenance alarm is activated, allowing maintenance
to be scheduled. See paragraph “7.2.7 Cylinder operating hours” for
further details on configuring the warning.
Screen description
Digital output M5.2
Cylinder operating hours
5
0-10V
Unit status contact (NO)
Unit status contact common
Screen index
Eb07
Ea07
4
Fig. 4.af
Fig. 4.ae
M5.1
M5.2
3
3
NO
NC
3
M9
1
PREPARING FOR OPERATION
5.1 Preliminary checks
• in the event of ducted humidifi cation, the operation of the humidifier
Before starting the humidifi er, check that:
• the water and electrical connections are made and the steam
distribution system is confi gured according to the instructions
contained herein;
• the shut-off tap for water into the humidifi er is open;
• the power fuses are installed and intact;
• terminals M2.7 and M2.8 are connected by jumper or connected to the
remote ON/OFF contact, and that the latter is closed;
• the probes or the external control device are correctly connected (and
that the earth of these devices is electrically connected to the earth of
the main control board);
• the steam outlet pipe is not choked;
Important: before starting the humidifi er, check that it is in
perfect condition, that there are no water leaks and that the
electrical parts are dry.
is slave to the operation of the air fan (replacing or in series with the
remote ON/OFF contact);
• the distributor condensate return pipe is installed and free;
• the drain pipe is correctly connected and free.
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6. STARTUP AND USER INTERFACE
• 8/9 - set the drain to dilute cycles: auto or user-defined. If choosing
Once having completed the operations listed in chapter 5. “Preparing for
operation”, the humidifier can be started.
“auto”, the controller automatically sets the number of evaporation
cycles that must occur between two consecutive drain to dilute
cycles. This setting is based on the feedwater conductivity read by
the conductivity meter, thus reducing the use of water, reducing
maintenance and extending cylinder life;
• 9/9 - manual drain to dilute cycle setting. Enter the number of
evaporation cycles before forcing a dilution cycle.
6.1 Start-up
After having closed the disconnect switch on the humidifier power line,
switch the appliance on by moving the switch on the front panel to I,
“ON”. The activation sequence will start, which includes an initial phase, an
autotest phase and finally actual operation. Each phase in the activation
sequence is identified by a different display.
At the end of the guided procedure, a message prompts whether to
show the wizard again when next starting? Yes/no
3. AUTOTEST PROCEDURE
Indicated on the display by the unit status shown as “AUTOTEST”.
Whenever the humidifier is started (switch moved from OFF to ON),
an autotest procedure is run by default to check operation of the level
sensor and the appliance as a whole.
The autotest procedure involves a water fill cycle to above the high level
(green LED), followed by a drain cycle until below the minimum level
(red LED). The procedure then refills the unit with water in order to restart
production (if required). .
ON
I
0
Fig. 6.a
6.2 Activation sequence
Note: in the event of malfunctions, the contactor is deactivated and
the corresponding alarm is shown.
1. STARTING THE APPLICATION THE FIRST TIME
The “heaterSteam” humidifier logo is displayed. When starting the first
time (commissioning), the menu language needs to be selected:
1. English
2. Italiano
3. Deutsch
4. Francais
5. Espaniol
Note: all the screens in the wizard (except for the language selection
screen) remain on the display until the user enters the settings.
4. OPERATION
The humidifier starts operating and the standard display is shown. If an
comes on red, see chapter 13
alarm is active, the corresponding icon
“Alarm table” for the complete list and description.
Press UP/Down to select the number corresponding to the desired
language and press ENTER to confirm. This screen is displayed for 60
seconds.
Note:
Selecting and configuring the model (only for replacement
controllers that are not configured): if needing to replace the controller
only (heaterSteam process version spare part URH00000P3, heaterSteam
titanium version spare part URH00000T3), the first time the controller is
powered on, the model will need to be set (capacity and power supply).
2. FIRST START-UP (WIZARD)
When starting the first time, a wizard is displayed to quickly set the main
unit parameters. The wizard comprises nine steps (some of which may not
be displayed, if not necessary):
• 1/9 - model (only if the replacement controller is not configured):
select and set the parameters relating to the model (size, voltage,…);
• 2/9 - water hardness: auto or user-defined. If choosing “auto”, the
controller automatically sets the water hardness, based on feedwater
conductivity;
• 3/9 - manual water hardness setting. The possible options are:
1. 0-10°F, maintenance at 3000h (hours)
2. 10-20°F, maintenance at 1500h (hours)
3. 20-30°F, maintenance at 1000h (hours)
4. 30-40°F, maintenance at 800h (hours);
• 4/9 - control type: external On/Off signal, proportional to external
signal with limit probe, proportional to external signal, one humidity
probe, one temperature probe, one humidity probe and limit probe,
one temperature probe and limit probe, two temperature probes
(average), two humidity probes (average);
• 5/9 – select the main room probe type: 0-1V (active), 0-10V (active),
2-10V (active), 0-20 mA (active), 4-20 (active), NTC (passive);
• 6/9 – select the limit probe type: 0-1V (active), 0-10V (active), 2-10V
(active), 0-20 mA (active), 4-20 (active), NTC (passive);
• 7/9 - set the limits for the active probes.
Room min (%): set the minimum relative humidity limit rH% for the
main probe;
Room max (%): set the maximum relative humidity limit rH% for the
main probe;
Limit min (%): set the minimum relative humidity limit rH% for the limit
probe;
Limit max (%): set the maximum relative humidity limit rH% for the
limit probe;
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• To avoid stagnation, drain the water from the cylinder by pressing UP
and DOWN together for 5 seconds; to stop the drain cycle, press ESC.
• move the switch to 0, “OFF”.
I
0
OFF
Fig. 6.b
6.4 Graphic terminal
The graphic terminal contains the display and the keypad, with 6 buttons,
used to perform all the configuration and programming operations on
the controller.
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• humidity control with limit and temperature control with limit: the
6.5 Keypad
values read by both the probes are displayed, the main in the center
and the limit at the bottom; for example:
1
4
2
5
Value read by the main probe
Value read by the limit probe
• humidity control (two probes) and temperature control (two
3
probes): the two values read by the probes and their weighted average
are displayed; for example:
6
Fig. 6.c
button
(1) alarm
(2) PRG
(3) ESC
(4) UP
(5) ENTER
(6) DOWN
Weighted average
Value read by the first probe
function
list active alarms and reset any alarms
return to “Main” screen
from “Main” screen access the main menu
return to previous screen/display
access notifications (only from main menu)
scroll the screen menu, parameters and parameter values
cyclically
from “Main” screen: access the INFO screens
select and confirm
from the main menu: access the “SET” screens
scroll the screen menu, parameters and parameter values
cyclically
from the main screen access the INFO screens
Value read by the
second probe
• with wireless probes: as in the previous case, but with the difference
that the two average values are displayed at the bottom and the
overall weighted average is displayed in the center (main probe).
• Master/Slave: the total request for the Master/Slave system is
displayed; the existence of the Master/Slave system is also indicated
by: “Network”:
6.8 Display graphic area 3 - Notification
center
The notification center briefly displays the main messages relating to
humidifier activity.
. The
To access the notification center, from the main screen press “ESC”
main screen shows whether any notifications are present, by indicating
the number of active notifications. In the example below there are two
active notifications.
6.6 Display
1
6
2
3
5
4
Press “ENTER”
to see the description of each message in the
notification center. The list of possible messages displayed by the
notification center is shown below:
Fig. 6.d
Key to graphic areas on the display
1
2
3
4
5
6
Current time/date
Probes/Request
Notification center
Unit status
Quick access menu
Unit status icon
Notification center message Description of the message
Maintenance request in xxx
hours. Cylinder operating
hours: yyy hours
Thermal shock will be run in
x hours (when the unit next
stops)
Thermal shock pending (to
be run when the unit next
stops)
The unit has performed x
drain cycles due to foam
6.7 Display graphic area 2 – Probes/Request
The unit requires routine maintenance
The unit will run the thermal
shock function
The thermal shock function is
pending (and will be run when
production next stops)
The unit has performed a number
of drain cycles after detecting
foam
Maximum Master/Slave syThe maximum production of the
stem production is below set Master/Slave system is below the
point. Set: xxxx Current: yyyy set point.
Thermal shock performed
The thermal shock procedure has
correctly
been performed correctly
The unit has restarted automaThe unit has restarted
automatically after shutdown. tically after shutdown, perhaps
There may have been a
after a blackout
blackout?
Periodical drain performed
The periodical drain cycle has
been completed correctly
Factory reset
The default parameters have
been reset correctly
The “Probes/Request” graphic area displays the production request and
the values read by the probes.
The display changes depending on the type of control; the possible
displays are listed below:
• control proportional to external signal and proportional to external
signal with limit probe, the request is displayed; for example:
• ON/OFF signal: the request status is displayed, ON or OFF
• humidity (one probe) and temperature control (one probe): the
value read by the main probe only is displayed; for example:
Type of notification
System
System
System
System
System
User
User
User
User
The system notifications cannot be cleared by the user and will be
cancelled automatically, while the user notifications can be cleared by
pressing
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6.9 Display graphic area 4 - Unit status
Standby:
Production:
Alarm:
6.10.9
unit in standby and ready to operate;
the unit is producing steam;
at least one alarm is active. Display the alarm by pressing
Quick access – Set
Comprises read/write screens to quickly program the unit set point:
• Main set point (screen index Qb01)
Set point setting
Control differential
Maximum production
;
Off from BMS:
steam production disabled from supervisor;
Off from time band: steam production disabled by time band;
Off from Din:
steam production interrupted by opening the “remote ON/
OFF” contact;
Off from keypad:
the unit has been switched off from the keypad
• Limit probe or second probe set point (screen index Qb02)
Set point setting
Differential
Unit On/Off
OFF
Ready for backup:
Manual mode:
Warning
Preheating:
Heating when
starting:
Autotest:
Thermal shock:
Drain:
6.10.10 Quick access – ON/OFF
Unit On/Off from the keypad. Press UP/DOWN to move from one screen
to the next and switch the unit on and off. This is useful for quickly
disabling the Master controller in the event of maintenance/testing. The
screen index is Qa01.
the unit is ready and waiting to start operation if there is a
malfunction on the main unit.
test mode at first start-up and to check operation (for
example: drain pump, fill valve…)
warning notifications
the unit is preheating the water in the cylinder;
the unit, during start-up, is heating the water to reach the
production temperature;
the unit is running the autotest;
the unit is running the thermal shock procedure;
water drain due to inactivity or periodical drain, the drain
pump is active.
Unit On/Off
Unit On/Off
The quick access menu is used to rapidly access unit information and
settings.
Fig. 6.e
6.11 Display graphic area 6 - Unit status icons
Set
Info
On/Off
Graph display of unit status by icons. The status may be:
Set point
Fill (fill valve active)
3. Press Enter to enter the menu, UP/DOWN to navigate, ESC to exit.
6.10.8
Quick access – Info
i
Drain (drain pump active)
Comprises read-only screens displaying the main unit information:
• Info (screen index Qc01)
Unit status
Current request
Current production
Feedwater conductivity
Water temperature (measured by NTC probe outside of the cylinder)
• Operating hour counters (screen index Qc02)
Cylinder operating hours
Unit operating hours
• Blackout (screen index Qc03)
Last pCO controller shutdown (time/date)
Shutdown duration (days, hours, minutes)
• Unit information (screen index Qc04)
Unit model
Maximum capacity, maximum power consumption, power supply,
maximum current, number of electrical phases.
• Software information (screen index Qc05)
Code
Version
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Procedure:
1. Press ESC one or more times to return to the standard display (main
screen);
2. Press UP/DOWN to display the icon corresponding to the required
quick access menu;
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ON
6.10 Display graphic area 5 - Quick access
ICON
Set
Steam production
Minimum water level in the cylinder (yellow and red LEDs on;
heaters immersed)
Water level above maximum in the cylinder (green LED on;
heaters immersed)
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6.12 Main menu
The parameters can be modified using the keypad: press
and UP/DOWN to scroll the main menu.
to access
Fig. 6.f
Main menu icons:
A.
Clock
B.
Scheduler
C.
Alarm thresholds
D.
Inputs/outputs
E.
Settings
Tab. 6.d
A. Clock: current time/date and time zone setting.
B. Scheduler: hourly and daily time band setting.
C. Alarm thresholds: minimum and maximum threshold setting for the main
room probe and the maximum threshold for the limit probe.
D. Inputs/outputs:
Display analogue probe readings
main probe
limit probe
preheating probe (NTC)
conductivity
Digital input status
remote on/off
motor protector
level sensor: low
level sensor: high
foam sensor
Analogue outputs
current production
Digital output status
unit on/off
contactor
drain pump
fill valve
SSR/fan
Foam sensor
read value
foam threshold?
E. Settings: once having entered the Settings menu, login is required.
Use password 0044 to enter the Service settings.
Use password 0077 to enter the Installer settings.
Settings menu icons:
Index
Icon
Menu
A.
Control
Menu type
Installer
Service
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Network
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Manual mode
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Initialisation
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Supervision
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Logout
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6.13 Complete programming menu tree
Below is the complete tree of the configuration menu. Remember that the screen index at the top right on the display
corresponds to the sequence of indices in each menu to reach the specific page (see paragraph 4.5 for further details”). There are
two types of menu: Installer and Service.
Menu
A. Clock
B. Scheduler
Scheduler
C. Alarm
thresholds
Menu description
Set the time, date and time zone
B01
Enable the scheduler (time bands)
B02
(visible if time bands are enabled)
Set the time bands: day, ON time, OFF time
Set the alarm thresholds
Low humidity/temperature alarm threshold
High humidity/temperature alarm threshold
Limit humidity/temperature alarm threshold
Read values from main probe, limit probe, cylinder water temperature, feedwater conductivity
Read status of remote On/Off, motor protector, level sensor float
position, foam sensor
Read current production
C01
D. Inputs/outputs
E. Settings
(password)
Screen
A01
a. Control
b. Functions
c. Configuration
Analogue inputs
D01
Digital inputs
D02
Analogue outputs
D03
Digital outputs
D04
In/Out Wireless probe 1
D05
In/Out Wireless probe 2
D06
In/Out Wireless probe 3
D07
In/Out Wireless probe 4
D08
Control type
Ea01
Menu type
Installer
Service
Installer
Service
Installer
Service
Installer
Service
Installer
Service
Installer
Service
Installer
Service
Read status of unit On/Off, contactor, drain pump, fill valve, SSR/ Installer
fan
Service
Read temperature and/or humidity values
Installer
Read value of level signal and battery level on probe 1
Service
Read temperature and/or humidity values
Installer
Read value of level signal and battery level on probe 2
Service
Read temperature and/or humidity values
Installer
Read value of level signal and battery level on probe 3
Service
Read temperature and/or humidity values
Installer
Read value of level signal and battery level on probe 4
Service
Set the type of control
Installer
Weights
Ea02
Set the weight of the two probes
Installer
Control proportional to
external signal
External ON/OFF
Ea03
Sett the hysteresis, minimum production and maximum
production
Set the maximum production with external ON/OFF control
Installer
Ea04
Installer
Modulating control
Ea05
Set the set point, differential, min production, max production
Installer
Limit probe
Ea06
Set the set point and differential
Installer
Cylinder op. hours
Ea07
Display cylinder operating hours
Reset hour counter and set maintenance pre-alert threshold
Enable autotest
Service
Autotest
Eb01
Enable preheat
Eb02
Partial fill
Eb03
Drain due to inactivity
Eb04
Blower units
Eb08
Enable preheating
Set the water temperature to maintain Set the Offset
Enable partial fill
Set partial fill time
Enable drain due to inactivity
Set the inactivity threshold
Enable periodical drain cycles
Set the threshold for the periodical drain cycles
Enable thermal shock
Set the thermal shock threshold
Enable the output relay for unit status (production) or maintenance pre-alert
Set on and off delay for blower units
Export logs
Eb09
Save the log of main variables to USB pen drive
Export alarms
Eb10
Periodical drain
Eb05
Thermal shock
Eb06
Digital output M5.2
Eb07
Installer
Installer
Installer
Installer
Installer
Installer
Installer
Installer
Wireless probe 4
Ec07
Number of evaporation
cycles before drain
Variation in fill and drain
time
Water hardness
Ec11
Service
Installer
Save alarm log to USB pen drive
Service
Installer
Set the main probe: 0 to 1 V, 0 to 10 V, 2 to 10 V, 0 to 20 mA, 4 to Installer
20 mA, NTC
Set the limit probe: 0 to 1 V, 0 to 10 V, 2 to 10 V, 0 to 20 mA, 4 to Installer
20 mA, NTC
Set the wireless probes (main/limit)
Installer
Set the weight of probe 1
Installer
Set the communication times
Set the weight of probe 2
Installer
Set the communication times
Set the weight of probe 3
Installer
Set the communication times
Set the weight of probe 4
Installer
Set the communication times
Set the number of evaporation cycles between two drain cycles Installer
Ec12
Set the fill and drain time in relation to manufacturer default
Ec13
Hardness value
Installer
No feedwater time
Ec14
Set time to check for no water
Installer
High conductivity
Ec15
Installer
Installer
Installer
Main probe
Ec01
Limit probe
Ec02
Wireless probes
Wireless probe 1
Ec03
Ec04
Wireless probe 2
Ec05
Wireless probe 3
Ec06
High conductivity
Ec16
Enable the high conductivity alarm
Set the alarm delay
Set conductivity thresholds: warning, alarm and hysteresis
Remote ON input logic
Ec22
Remote ON/OFF operating logic
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E. Settings
(password)
Menu
c. Configuration
SSR PWM period
Screen
Ec23
Menu description
Duration of SSR modulation period
Menu type
Installer
d. Master/Slave
Master/Slave
Ed01
Installer
Unit 1
Unit 2 . . . Unit 20
Maximum production of
Master/Slave system.
Unit rotation.
Advanced preheating
Rotation time.
Ed02
Initial Master/Slave system configuration
Press “PRG” to configure the Master/Slave network
Add unit to the Master/Slave system
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Set maximum production of the Master/Slave system
Set the unit rotation logic
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Enable the advanced preheating function for Master/Slave
systems
Set the rotation time between one unit and the next
Set the unit offline time in the Master/Slave system
Disable/disconnect the current unit from the Master/Slave
system
Display the request (%) and the production (kg/h / lbs/h) of the
Master/Slave system
Press “PRG” to configure the Master/Slave network
Unit status with corresponding % of production
Press “PRG” to configure the Master/Slave network
Display unit operating hours, current production and any alarms
To move between the various units use the UP and DOWN
arrows
Unit switched off for maintenance
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Offline timeout.
Disconnect unit from
Master/Slave system
Master/Slave production
Ed05
Ed06
Ed08
e. Backup
Display Master/Slave
system
Display info on individual
unit. Unit 1 Unit 2 . ..
Unit 20
Unit switched off for
maintenance.
Enable backup
Ee01
f. Manual mode
Priority when starting
Type of manual mode
Ee02
Ef01
Ef02
Ef03
g. Initialisation
Manual management of
outputs
Manual management of
request
Wizard
Language
Eg02
Unit of measure and language when starting
Change password
Eg03
Inst. default
Eg06
Software update
Eg07
h. Supervision
i. Logout
Ed07
Ed09
Ed10
Eg01
Eg04
Export parameters
Eg08
Import parameters
Eg09
Unit supervision address
on BMS port
BMS port communication
settings
BACnet MS/TP
configuration
Ethernet network settings
Eh01
Supervision settings on
Ethernet port
Logout
Eh02
Eh03
Eh04
Eh05
Ei01
Enable automatic unit backup in the event of shutdown, using a
second independent unit
Define the priority of the units when in backup mode
Enable manual mode: Disabled, manual management of
outputs and manual request
Test the outputs: fill valve, drain pump, contactor, SSR status, SSR
ON time, SSR OFF time
Manually set the production request
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Start the wizard for initial unit configuration
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Set whether to display the wizard when next restarting
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Set the language
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Set unit of measure (International or Imperial).
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Change the password (Service, Installer).
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Unit factory reset. Important: resetting the model will cancel all Service Installer heaterSteam process
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Update the unit software from USB pen drive
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Import the configuration parameters from USB pen drive to
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Set the unit address for supervision. Enable the supervisor type Installer
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Set the address, maximum number of masters and maximum
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Set DHCP, IP address, mask, gateway, DNS for the Ethernet
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Select the protocol on the Ethernet port: ModBus or BACnet
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Information on the type of login performed. Possibility to logout Service Installer heaterSteam process
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6.14 Alarms
Any active alarms will be shown on the corresponding screen with direct
access from the display.
When an alarm occurs, the corresponding alarm button
starts flashing.
In these conditions, pressing the alarm button
once displays the type
of alarm. In the event of potentially dangerous alarms, the humidifier
automatically stops steam production. For certain alarm events, as well as
the alarm signal, the alarm relay is activated (see Chap. 13 “Alarm table”).
When the cause of the alarm is no longer present:
• the humidifier and the alarm relay are reset automatically or manually;
• the message shown on the display can only be cleared manually (see
Chap. 13 “Alarm table”);
Even if no longer active, the alarm status continues to be indicated until
“clear display” button is pressed.
Alarms that are still active cannot be reset. If there is more than one alarm,
the display shows all the alarms in sequence.
From the alarm screen, the alarm log can be displayed by pressing “Enter”
. For the complete table of alarms, see chapter 13. Alarm table.
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7. USER MENU AND UNIT CONFIGURATION
The following paragraphs describe the heaterSteam programming
menu. Remember that the screen index at the top right on the display
corresponds to the sequence of indices in each menu to reach the
specific page (see paragraph 4.4 for further details).
7.1.3
7.1 Main menu
7.1.1
Menu A. Clock (Main menu)
Index
The Clock menu is used to set the time, date and time zone. Setting the
time zone will automatically update standard/daylight saving time.
Screen index
A01
7.1.2
Alarm thresholds (Main menu)
To check that the relative humidity measured by the probe transducer is
within certain predefined values, two alarm thresholds can be configured:
• high relative humidity alarm threshold, for both the main probe and
limit probe;
• low relative humidity alarm threshold for the main probe.
On exceeding these thresholds, an alarm is activated and the
corresponding relay contact on the main control board is closed.
Temperature thresholds can also be set.
Description
Clock
C01
Description
Alarm
thresholds
Parameter
Set the date, time and time zone.
Menu B. Scheduler (Main menu)
The Scheduler menu is used to enable the time bands.
Index
B01
Description
Scheduler
Parameter
Enable time bands
Default: time bands disabled
7.1.4
B02
Description
Scheduler
Inputs/outputs (Main menu)
The Inputs/outputs menu is used to read the status of the inputs and
outputs and check unit operation and status.
To configure the humidifier operating time bands for a specific day (24h),
use screen B02 (visible only if the scheduler is enabled). A time band can
be set with production disabled (OFF), enabled (ON), or enabled with s
specific set point (ON+SET). Setting the ON time band, the unit uses the
main set point configured on screen Qb01. If setting ON+SET, the specific
set point for the time band can be configured.
Index
Parameter
Set alarm thresholds
Low humidity/temperature alarm threshold
High humidity/temperature alarm threshold
Limit humidity/temperature alarm threshold
Defaults:
low humidity/temperature: 0% rH / 0°C(32°F);
high humidity/temperature: 100% rH / 100 °C(°F);
humidity/temperature limit: 100% rH / 100 °C(°F);
Possible settings: 0-100
Index
D01
D02
D03
D04
Parameter
Define daily and weekly time bands
D05
D06
D07
D08
Description
Analogue inputs
Parameter
Read values from main probe, limit probe, cylinder
water temperature, feedwater conductivity
Digital inputs
Read status of remote On/Off, motor protector, level
sensor float position, foam sensor
Analogue outputs Read current production
Digital outputs
Read status of unit On/Off, contactor, drain pump, fill
valve, SSR/fan
In/Out Wireless
Read temperature and/or humidity values
probe 1
Read value of level signal and battery level on probe 1
In/Out Wireless
Read temperature and/or humidity values
probe 2
Read value of level signal and battery level on probe 2
In/Out Wireless
Read temperature and/or humidity values
probe 3
Read value of level signal and battery level on probe 3
In/Out Wireless
Read temperature and/or humidity values
probe 4
Read value of level signal and battery level on probe 4
Description of level sensor float position:
Fig. 7.a
Float
High
Middle
Low
In the example shown here in Fig.7.a, the time band from 8.00 to 9.00
is enabled for production with a specific set point of 50%rH. After 9.00,
humidifier production will not be enabled.
unit of measure indication:
symbol displayed
%
°C
°F
unit of measure
%rH
degrees Celsius
degrees Fahrenheit
Login is required to access the settings menus:
• service menu: password 0044;
• installer menu: password 0077.
symbol.
Note: if control is by external signal, the humidifier can only be
switched ON or OFF.
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ON
green
OFF
yellow
OFF
red
7.2 Menu E. Settings - a. Control
Once the time bands have been defined for one day, press
to copy
the currently displayed bands (daily) to the next day. When the time
bands have been set, the display shows the
Low level sensor
ON
ON
OFF
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7.2.1
If using wireless probes, the weights of each device can also be defined;
in this case a maximum of four wireless probes can be connected, and
consequently the formula shown previously for calculating the weighted
average is extended to four devices.
Control type (Installer menu)
To set the type of control, use the following screen:
Index
Ea01
Description
Control type
Parameter
Set the type of control
Default: humidity (one probe)
Possible settings:
proportional to external signal, proportional to external signal with limit probe, On/Off signal, humidity
(one probe), temperature (one probe), humidity with
limit, temperature with limit, humidity (two probes),
temperature (two probes)
7.2.3
Proportional control configuration
If using control proportional to external signal or control proportional to
external signal with limit probe, the hysteresis, minimum and maximum
production need to be set.
The possible settings are:
• proportional to external signal: proportional control with signal from
an external controller;
• proportional to external signal with limit probe: proportional
control with signal from an external controller plus limit probe;
• On/Off signal: humidity control with humidistat;
• humidity (one probe): humidity control with main probe;
• temperature (one probe): temperature control with main probe;
• humidity with limit: humidity control with main probe and limit
probe;
• temperature with limit: temperature control with main probe and
limit probe;
• humidity (two probes): humidity control with two probes, the
controller calculates the weighted average of the two values read;
• temperature (two probes): temperature control with two probes, the
controller calculates the weighted average of the two values read.
Index
Ea03
7.2.4
Description
Control
proportional to
external signal
Control from external ON/OFF signal
configuration
If using control with On/Off signal, the maximum production needs to
be set.
For “humidity (one probe)” or “temperature (one probe)” control, one
single main probe can be connected and configured, either wired or
wireless.
Index
Ea04
For “humidity with limit” or “temperature with limit” control, a wired
probe can be connected as the main probe and a wired probe as the
limit. If using wireless probes (maximum of four), two groups of probes
can be defined: the group of main probes and the group of limit probes.
In this case, the average will be calculated between the main probes,
depending on the defined weight, and the limit probes will also have
their own average, again depending on the defined weight.
7.2.5
Description
External ON/OFF
Modulation configuration (Installer menu)
Index Description
Ea05 Mod. control
For the connections of the signals and/or probes, see chap. 4.
Weighted average of the probes (Installer menu)
7.2.6
If using two temperature probes or two humidity probes, the humidifier
controller will calculate the weighted average of the probe readings.
In this way, two probes can be used, for example humidity probes, at
opposite ends of the room, calculating the average.
Index
Ea02
Description
Weight of the
probes
Parameter
Set maximum production with external ON/OFF
control
Default: 100%
Possible settings: 0-100%
If using modulating control, the related parameters need to be set:
For “humidity (two probes)“ or “temperature (two probes)” control, only a
group of main probes can be defined. Wired probes can be connected to
the main probe input (M2.1) and the limit probe input (M2.5), which will
be used as a second probe, with the average calculated. If using wireless
probes (maximum of four), only a group of main probes can be defined,
with the average calculated, depending on the defined weight.
7.2.2
Parameter
Set the hysteresis, min production and max
production
Defaults:
Hysteresis = 2%
Minimum production = 4%
Maximum production = 100%
Possible settings:
Hysteresis = 0-100%
Minimum production = 0-10%
Maximum production = 0-100%
Parameter
Set point, differential, min production, max production
Defaults:
Set point = 50%rH (42°C) (107.6°F)
Differential = 5%rH (5°C) (9°F)
Minimum production = 4%
Maximum production = 100%
Possible settings: 0-100
Limit probe configuration (Installer menu)
A second probe can be connected as a limit probe at the outlet. This
probe has the purpose of preventing the relative humidity downstream
of the steam distributor from exceeding a set value, configured by the
user. As this probe has a modulating action, the differential can also be
set. The limit probe, within its range of activation, has priority over the
main probe (as the limit probe set point is higher than the main probe
set point).
Parameter
Set the weight of the probes
Default: 100
Possible settings: 0-100
Step: 1
Index
Description
Ea06 Limit probe
The weight of each probe should be expressed with a value from 0 to
100.
The weighted average is calculated as follows:
Weighted average = ((S1×p1)+(S2×p2))
---------------------------(p1+p2)
Parameter
Limit probe set point and differential
Defaults:
Set point = 100%rH
Differential = 5%
Possible settings: 0-100
where “Sx” is the probe reading, and “px” the relative weight.
To calculate the arithmetic average, equal weights should be set (for
example: p1 = p2 = 100).
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7.2.7
Cylinder operating hours (Service menu)
7.3 Menu E. Settings - b. Functions
The “Cylinder op. hours” screen displays the effective number of cylinder
working hours.
Index
Description
Ea07
Cylinder op.
hours
7.3.1
Parameter
Display cylinder operating hours, reset hour counter
and set maintenance pre-alert threshold
Default: Pre-alert = 48 hours
Possible settings: 0-999
Index
Description
En. Autotest
Eb01
If the cylinder needs to be replaced, the hour counter must be reset using
the “Reset” parameter; the hour counter will then start again from zero.
7.3.2
Preheat cylinder water (Installer menu)
To ensure production starts quickly, the preheat function can be enabled.
In this way, even when there is no steam request, the water temperature
in the cylinder is kept at a value specified by the user. When production
is next needed, the water is thus warmer than ambient temperature and
consequently production will start faster.
Maintenance alarm
STOP for cleaning/maintenance 3000 hours
STOP for cleaning/maintenance 1500 hours
STOP for cleaning/maintenance 1000 hours
STOP for cleaning/maintenance 800 hours
Index
Eb02
Description
Preheating
If during the wizard the value is set to “automatic”, rather than entering
the hardness value, the maintenance alarm is automatically associated
to the feedwater conductivity read by the conductivity meter. The
following table shows the dependency of the maintenance alarm on
water conductivity:
Water conductivity
1 - 50 μS/cm
50 - 100 μS/cm
> 100 μS
Parameter
Enable the autotest procedure.
Default: Enabled
This procedure checks operation of the level sensor; for further details see
chapter 6. “Start-up and user interface”.
The “Pre-alert” item sets the maintenance pre-alert, which is activated “x”
hours before the maintenance alarm, and where “x” is the value set for the
“Pre-alert” parameter. This allows time to plan the maintenance operation.
The “maintenance alarm” time is the number of cylinder operating hours
before it needs to be cleaned. During the start-up wizard, the feedwater
hardness is entered, and the ”maintenance alarm” depends on this value,
as shown in the table below:
Water hardness
0-10°f
10-20°f
20-30°f
30-40°f
Autotest (Installer menu)
To enable the autotest procedure when the unit is next started, access
the corresponding menu item.
Parameter
Enable preheat
Set the water temperature to maintain
Set water temperature offset
Defaults:
Preheat disabled
Water temp. set point in the cylinder = 80°C (176°F)
Offset = 3%rH (3°C / 5.4 °F)
Set point range: 50-80°C (122-194°F)
Offset range: 2-20%rH (0-20°C / 32-68°F)
The water temperature in the cylinder is read by the passive NTC
temperature probe in contact with the cylinder. The operating principle
of the preheat function is described in the following graphs, the first for
control with probes, the second for control by external signal.
Maintenance alarm
Warning at 3000 hours without STOP for cleaning
maintenance (it is assumed that the water comes from a
reverse osmosis system)
STOP for cleaning/maintenance 3000 hours
STOP for cleaning/maintenance 1500 hours
Preheat with autonomous modulating control with probes
The preheating function, if active, overlaps the control diagram and
modulates the power delivered to the heaters in relation to the water
temperature and the preheating set point. The operating principle of the
preheat function is described in the following graph:
The conductivity is read periodically, and the maintenance alarm times is
thus updated as a consequence.
Therefore, for example, if the water hardness is set to 15°f, the
“maintenance alarm” time will be 1500 effective cylinder operating
hours; if the “maintenance pre-alert” time is set to 48 hours (default), the
maintenance pre-alert will be signalled after 1452 hours.
Pmax
Steam_Pr
7.2.8
Unit operating hours (Service menu)
To display information on unit operating hours, access the “Unit operating
hours” menu.
Pmin
OFF
ON
Index
Ea08
Description
Unit operating
hours
Parameter
Display unit operating hours
%rH
hy
BP
St
Offset
Vapore
OFF
OFF
ON
Pre-riscaldo
hy
%rH
Fig. 7.b
Key
Steam_pr
Pmax
Pmin
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Preheat with control by external signal
The preheating function, if active, shifts the control diagram by a value
equal to the “offset”. The preheat function modulates the power delivered
to the heaters in relation to the water temperature and the preheating
set point.
7.3.4
Total drain due to inactivity (Installer menu)
For reasons of hygiene, it is recommended to empty the cylinder so as
to prevent water from stagnating inside when there is no humidification
request for an extended period. The user can set the automatic total drain
due to inactivity time in hours:
Index
Description Parameter
Eb04 Drain due to Enable drain due to inactivity;
inactivity
Pmax
Steam_Pr
Pmin
Automatic total drain due to inactivity cycle is enabled by default and
the maximum inactivity time is three days (72 hours): the cylinder will be
automatically emptied when heaterSteam remains on for at least three
days without humidification request.
ON
OFF
Y
hy
0%
set the hours of inactivity without production request that
must expire before draining
Defaults:
drain due to inactivity: enabled;
hour threshold: 72 hours
Possible settings: 1-999 hours
Remarks: heaterSteam must remain on in order to empty
the cylinder. The display shows “DRAIN TO DILUTE” during
the drain due to inactivity cycle.
100%
Offset
7.3.5
OFF
OFF ON
%rH
hy
Vapore
2 x hy
Index
Pre-riscaldo
Eb05
Fig. 7.c
Key
Steam_pr
Pmax
Pmin
7.3.3
Steam production
Max production
Min production
y
hy
External signal
Activation hysteresis
Fill cycles in PWM mode after drain to dilute
cycles and high level/foam (Installer menu)
7.3.6
Description
Partial fill
Parameter
Enable periodical drain;
Set the time between one periodical drain cycle and
the next (in hours);
Defaults:
periodical drain: disabled;
hour threshold: 10 hours
Possible settings: 0-999 hours
Remarks: heaterSteam must remain on in order to empty the cylinder. The display shows “PERIODICAL DRAIN”
during the periodical drain cycle.
Thermal shock to assist detachment of scale
(Installer menu)
Considering the natural trend of scale to build up on the inside surfaces of
the cylinder, the materials used are all as smooth as possible. To limit scale
build up even more, especially on the heaters, the thermal shock function
has been implemented. This function completely empties the cylinder
when production stops (and consequently when the water is still boiling).
At the end of the drain cycle, water is refilled until reaching the top level.
The thermal shock function is set to be activated a certain number of hours
of effective production time between two consecutive cycles. On reaching
the time threshold, the thermal shock function will be activated the next
time production stops, without limits in terms of waiting time.
The duration of each fill cycle can be defined in seconds:
Eb03
Description
Periodical
drain
Periodical drain is disabled by default. The periodical drain hour counter
considers the effective production time.
After a drain to dilute cycle or high level/foam, the fill valve is opened
to replenish water up to the maximum level of the float. The addition of
fresh water affects steam production, as it decreases the average water
temperature inside the cylinder: to reduce the negative impact of fresh
water on steam production, the user can activate PWM mode for the fill
cycles after drain to dilute cycles and high level/foam.
PWM mode for fill cycles works as follows:
1. the mass of fresh water needed to replenish the water level is divided
into smaller amounts of fresh water;
2. by keeping the partial fill cycles as far apart as possible, each small
amount of fresh water has more time to heat up before more fresh
water is filled, thus reducing the negative impact of the fresh water
on steam production.
Index
Periodical drain (Installer menu)
If the feedwater is turbid or has a high mineral content, the cylinder can
be periodically drained in order to clean and dilute the water as much as
possible. For this operation to be effective, it is recommended to carry it
out at least once every two-three days. The user can set the automatic
periodical total drain cycle as follows:
Parameter
Enable partial fill.
Set the partial fill cycle time.
Defaults:
partial fill: enabled
fill time: 5 seconds
Possible settings 1-199 seconds
Note: in the event of non-stop operation 24 hours a day, the thermal
shock function will never be activated and will remain constantly
pending.
Index
Eb06
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Description Parameter
Thermal
Enable thermal shock;
shock
Set the time between one thermal shock cycle and the
next (in hours);
Defaults:
thermal shock: disabled;
interval: 250 hours
Possible settings: 0-1000 hours
Remarks: the notification center will signal when thermal
shock is pending if the time threshold has been exceeded
by production is still in progress. During the function,
the display will show “Thermal shock” in the unit status
graphic area. A notification message will be shown when
there are six hours of production left until thermal shock
is activated; the pending thermal shock can be cancelled
on this screen.
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7.3.7
Unit status signal or maintenance pre-alert
(Installer menu)
7.3.10
The humidifier controller is fitted with a relay contact for remotely
signalling unit status (production) or a maintenance pre-alert. Terminals
M5.1 and M5.2 are used for these functions.
Index
Eb07
Description
Digital output
M5.2
Save alarm log
The alarm log can be saved to USB pen drive. To export the file, plug the
USB pen drive into the c.pHC and go to screen Eb10, then set “YES” for
the “Export?” parameter.
Index
Eb10
Parameter
Enable output relay for unit status (production) or
maintenance pre-alert.
Default: Unit status (production);
Description
Export alarms
Parameter
Save alarm log to USB pen drive
Default: No
The file will be saved in the pen drive’s root directory and will be called
“AlrmLog.txt”.
For further information on relay see paragraph 4.9 Unit status/
maintenance pre-alert contact
7.4 Menu E. Settings - c. Configuration
7.3.8
Blower unit configuration (Installer menu)
7.4.1
To best manage the blower units in applications where steam is delivered
directly into the room, the blower on and off times can be set. Delaying
activation of the blower unit allows the system to reach the operating
temperature before the fan is activated. Delaying deactivation of
the blower unit guarantees that parts in contact with the steam will
be completely dried, meaning that when next starting, there is no
condensate in the steam distribution line, avoiding droplets being blown
into the room.
Index
Eb08
7.3.9
Description
Blower units
Index
Ec01
Save logs (Service and Installer menu)
7.4.2
Index
Ec02
Parameter
Save the log of main variables to USB pen drive
Export to USB = Yes, to save the log
Description
Limit probe
Parameter
Limit probe configuration;
Default:
Enable: Enabled (depending on the type of control)
Type: 0-10V
Minimum: 0% r.H.
Maximum: 100% r.H.
Offset: 0
En. Al (enable alarms): YES
Delay: 120 seconds
Possible settings:
Type: 0-10V/0-1V/NTC/4-20mA/0-20mA/2-10V
Minimum: 0-100%r.H.
Maximum: 0-100%r.H.
Offset: 0
En. Al (enable alarms): YES
Delay: 120 seconds
For each probe, after having specified the type, the minimum and maximum values readable by the probe can be defined, as well as an “offset”
to compensate for any imprecisions in the value read (example: offset
= 3 %r.H. corresponds to 3 percent increase of the humidity value read
by the probe). Parameter “En. Al.” activates the alarms corresponding to
any probe faults. If a malfunction is detected for a time greater than the
value of “Delay” (seconds), the “limit probe broken or disconnected” alarm
is activated.
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The limit probe (if present) can be configured on the screen with index
Ec02.
USB key
Description
Export logs
Parameter
Main probe configuration;
Defaults:
Enable: Enabled (depending on the type of control)
Type: 0-10V
Minimum: 0% r.H.
Maximum: 100% r.H.
Offset: 0
En. Al (enable alarms): YES
Delay: 120 seconds
Possible settings:
Type: 0-10V/0-1V/NTC/4-20mA/0-20mA/2-10V
Minimum: 0-100%r.H .
Maximum: 0-100%r.H.
Offset: 0
En. Al (enable alarms): YES
Delay: 0-999 seconds
For each probe, after having specified the type, the minimum and
maximum values readable by the probe can be defined, as well as an
“offset” to compensate for any imprecisions in the value read (example:
offset = 3 %r.H. corresponds to 3 percent increase of the humidity value
read by the probe). Parameter “En. Al.” activates the alarms corresponding
to any probe faults. If a malfunction is detected for a time greater than
the value of “Delay” (seconds), the “main probe broken or disconnected”
alarm is activated.
The file is saved in .csv format. The logs are constantly saved to internal
memory, and are thus exported to the memory key in the USB Host port
by entering menu screen Eb09. Set “Export to USB” to “YES”. Progress of
the operation will be shown under “progress”.
Eb09
Description
Main probe
Parameter
Set the delay time (seconds) for activation and deactivation of blower units
Defaults: start delay: 0 seconds;
stop delay: depending on the size (30 seconds for
UR002-UR013; 60 seconds for UR020-UR040; 90 seconds
for UR053-UR080)
Possible settings: 0-600 seconds
The log of the main variables can be saved to USB pen drive. The following
variables are logged:
• Unit On/Off
• Unit status
• Active alarms
• Request (%)
• Production (kg/h)
• Level sensor status
• Fill
• Drain
Index
Main probe (Installer menu)
The main probe can be configured on the screen with index Ec01.
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7.4.3
The same also applies to the fill time after the evaporation cycle, in this
case using the “variation in fill time” parameter:
Wireless probes (Installer menu)
Configuration of the wireless probes involves defining the weight of each
probe; for further details on the averages see paragraph 7.2.2 “Weighted
average of the probes”.
Screen Ec03 can be used to deactivate, activate as main probe or limit
probe each of the four possible wireless probes.
Index
Ec03
new fill time = (default fill time × variation in fill time)/100
Remarks on the duration of the drain to dilute cycle: if the drain to dilute
time is very short, there may be the RISK OF FOAM/CORROSION due to
increased internal conductivity.
Low values should be set for the “variation in drain time” parameter only
after having carefully evaluated the water quality and the consequences.
Description
Parameter
Wireless probes Wireless probe configuration (main and limit)
Defaults:
Probe 1: disabled
Probe 2: disabled
Probe 3: disabled
Probe 4: disabled
Possible settings: disabled, main probe, limit probe
Warning: RISK OF FOAM FORMING WHEN “variation in drain time”
IS TOO LOW FOR THE WATER QUALITY.
“variation in drain time” = 100 % means that the default value will be used.
“variation in drain time”< 100 % means that the drain time will be less
than the default, consequently introducing less fresh water when next
refilling, reducing the negative impact on steam production (important
in high-precision applications).
To configure the wireless probes, weights and communication times,
use screens Ec04, Ec05, Ec06 and Ec07, depending on the number of
probes connected.
Index
Ec04
Ec05
Ec06
Ec07
7.4.4
Description
Wireless probe 1
Wireless probe 2
Wireless probe 3
Wireless probe 4
Parameter
Configure probe weight and communication times;
Defaults:
Weight: 100
Transmission time: 10s
Disconnection delay: ms
Possible settings:
Weight: 0 to 100
Transmission time: 5-3600 seconds
Disconnection delay: ms
Setting the “variation in drain time” for precise %RH control:
the “variation in drain time” must be set as low as possible, without
however causing formation of foam/corrosion. Proceed by trial and error
so as to find the most suitable value.
Remarks on the duration of the water fill cycle: this can be used to offset
water pressure upstream of the humidifier. Decrease the fill time in the case
of high pressure and vice-versa. Nonetheless, feedwater pressure must be
within the range of pressure values specified in Tab 16.b (1-8 bars)
Maximum number of evaporation cycles
between drain to dilute cycles settable by the
user (Installer menu)
7.4.6
The number of evaporation cycles between two successive drain to dilute
cycles is calculated internally, based on feedwater conductivity. To use
the automatic calculation, set “Evaporation cycles before drain” = “Auto”.
The “Evaporation cycles before drain” parameter sets the maximum
number of evaporation cycles allowed between two drain to dilute
cycles.
Index
Ec13
The number of evaporation cycles used by the controller will be the
lower of the value set manually by the user and calculated automatically.
Index Description
Ec11 Evaporation
cycles before
drain
7.4.5
Parameter
Set the number of evaporation cycles between two drain
to dilute cycles.
Default: number of cycles: Auto;
Possible settings: Auto (automatic management according to feedwater conductivity); 1 to 40
Remarks: if the parameter = “Auto”, the number of evaporation cycles between two drain to dilute cycles is
set automatically by the controller based on feedwater
conductivity.
Ec12
Parameter
Set the feedwater hardness
Possible settings:
Hardness: Auto, Manual
Manual setting: 0-10°f, 10-20°f, 20-30°f, 30-40°f
Remarks: if the value is set to Auto, the water
hardness is estimated by the controller based on the
conductivity value.
See paragraph 7.2.7 Cylinder operating hours for information on the
maintenance alarm times in relation to water hardness or conductivity.
Duration of the fill and drain to dilute cycles
settable by the user (Installer menu)
Description
Variation in
fill and drain
times
Description
Water
hardness
If water hardness is not set, the controller independently manages
the type of water based on the conductivity reading. Although there
is no reliable relationship between water hardness and conductivity, a
hardness of 40°f is typically equivalent to a conductivity of approximately
900-1000 μS/cm at 20°C.
7.4.7
On screen Ec12, the duration of the fill time after the evaporation cycle
and the duration of the drain to dilute cycle can be set in relation to the
default parameter values.
Index
Set feedwater hardness (Installer menu)
The user can set the feedwater hardness. Carel provides an analysis kit
(P/N: KITTH00000) to read feedwater hardness.
The “Water hardness” parameter defines the maintenance alarm for
cleaning the cylinder and the heaters.
No feedwater setting (Installer menu)
In the event of no feedwater, the corresponding “No water” alarm is
displayed. After the alarm has been displayed and the “no feedwater time”
has elapsed, the controller attempts a new fill cycle. At each attempt, the
“no feedwater time” is multiplied by the number of times it has already
been carried out. The controller therefore performs a series of attempts to
refill with water, for a maximum time of five hours after the alarm occurs.
The alarm is reset only if the water level effectively reaches the
intermediate position (yellow LED).
Parameter
Set the fill after evaporation and drain to dilute times in
relation to the default values
Defaults:
variation in fill time: 100%
variation in drain time: 100%:
Possible settings:
variation in fill time: 20-100%
variation in drain time: 0-190%
Index
Ec14
The duration of the drain to dilute cycle is set using the “variation in drain
time” parameter, which defines the time as a% of the default value:
new drain time = (default drain time × variation in drain time)/100
Description Parameter
No feedwater Set the time to check for no feedwater.
Default: 10 minutes
time
Possible settings: 0 to 20 minutes
Step: 1 minute
Remarks: if the value is set to 0, no more attempts will
be made to refill the water and the alarm will not be
reset
Example: if the default time is 10 s and “variation in drain time” = 50%,
then the new time will be = 10 s x 50/100 = 5 s.
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7.4.8
Enable and set high conductivity alarm (Installer
menu)
7.5 E.Settings – d.Master/Slave
7.5.1
The controller allows conductivity thresholds to be set for the activation
of alarms when the limits are exceeded. In other words, excessive
conductivity and consequently high concentration of salts in the
feedwater can be signalled. These alarm thresholds are programmable
using the following control parameters:
Index
Ec15
7.4.9
To increase total production capacity when one single unit is not
sufficient, the Master/Slave function can be used to connect up to 20
units together in just one system. To set and enable the individual units
in the system, go to the “Network” menu, specifically starting from screen
Ed01.
Description Parameter
High
Enable the high conductivity alarm and set the alarm
conductivity delay.
Defaults:
enabled: YES
alarm delay: 60 seconds
Possible settings:
enabled: YES/NO;
alarm delay: 0-300 seconds
Remarks: once the threshold has been exceeded (if the
alarm is enabled), the controller waits for the “alarm
delay” to elapse before displaying the alarm. If during
this waiting time the conductivity falls back below the
threshold, the alarm is not activated. This helps avoid false alarms due to variations in the conductivity reading.
Initial Master/Slave system configuration:
Index
Ed01
Index
Ed02
Ec16
7.4.10
Description
High
conductivity
Description
Unit 1
Unit 2
Unit 20
Parameter
Add unit to the Master/Slave system
To add a unit to the network enter the unit’s IP address.
Scroll between the units using the UP/DOWN buttons
Index Description
Ed02 Unit 1
Unit 2
Unit 20
Ed03 Maximum
production of
Master/Slave
system
Unit rotation
Parameter
Add unit to the Master/Slave system.
To add a unit to the network enter the unit’s IP address.
Scroll between the units using the UP/DOWN buttons
.
Set the maximum Master/Slave system production.
Load: this is the maximum capacity effectively required
for the Master/Slave system, settable by the user.
Maximum: this is the sum of the maximum capacities of
the units added to the Master/Slave system
Set the unit rotation logic.
Rotation: Grouped (Default), Balanced
Enable the advanced preheating function for Master/
Ed04 Advanced
preheating
Slave systems.
Rotation time Possible settings: YES/NO
Set the auto-rotation time between units
Settings: 0 to 65535 hours (Default 3 hours).
If auto-rotation time = 0 the function is disabled
Ed05 Offline timeout. Set the offline time for the units in the Master/Slave
system
Possible settings: 500-10000 ms
Ed06 Disconnect unit Disconnect the current unit from the Master/Slave
from Master/
system
Slave system
Possible settings: YES/NO
Remarks: this disconnects and removes the current unit
from the Master/Slave system.
Parameter
Set the high conductivity thresholds.
Default:
pre-alert: 1250 μS/cm
alarm: 1500 μS/cm
Hysteresis: 25 μS/cm
Possible settings:
pre-alert: 0-1500 μS/cm
alarm: 0-1500 μS/cm
Hysteresis: 0-100 μS/cm
Remarks: the hysteresis is used to reset the alarm
if the conductivity falls below the threshold by the
value set for the “Hysteresis”.
Remote ON/OFF operating logic (Installer menu)
Screen Ec22 is used to set the operating logic of the remote ON/OFF
contact (normally open or normally closed).
Index Description Parameter
Ec22 Remote ON Set the operating logic of the remote on/off input
input logic Default: Remote ON input logic = N.O
Possible settings: Remote ON input logic: N.O., N.C.
7.4.11
Description Parameter
Master/Slave Initial Master/Slave system configuration
Press “PRG” to configure the Master/Slave network
Master/Slave system function configuration: from screen Ed07 (Master/
Slave production) press “PRG” for the following configurations:
Set high conductivity alarm thresholds
(Installer menu)
Two high conductivity thresholds can be set. If exceeding the first (lower)
threshold, a warning is shown without stopping operation, while if
exceeding the higher threshold, an alarm is activated and the unit shuts
down as a precaution.
Index
Master/Slave system network settings (Installer
menu)
Display Master/Slave system production:
Index
Ed07
Description
Master/Slave
production
Parameter
Display the request (%) and the production (kg/h /
lbs/h) of the Master/Slave system
Display unit status and the percentage of production for each unit in the
Master/Slave system:
Set the PWM period for the SSR (Installer menu)
Menu Ec23 can be used to change the modulation period of the SSR. The
default value of the parameter is 8 seconds. Decreasing this value adjusts
the precision on the relative humidity set point.
Index Description
Ed08 Display Master/Slave
system
Ed09 Display info on
individual unit.
Index Description Parameter
Ec23 SSR PWM
Set the SSR modulation period
period
Default: SSR PWM period = 8 seconds
Possible settings: SSR PWM period: 1-199 seconds
Parameter
Unit status with corresponding % of production
Display unit operating hours, current production
and any alarms.
To scroll between the various units use the UP and
DOWN arrows
The display is available for each unit
Maintenance on the units in the Master/Slave system:
Index
Ed10
Description
Unit switched off for
maintenance.
Parameter
Unit switched off for maintenance
For detailed information on the Master/Slave system, see chapter 8
“Master/Slave system”.
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7.6 E.Settings – e.Backup
7.8 E.Settings – g.Initialisation
7.6.2
7.8.1
Enable backup unit (Installer menu)
In some critical applications where relative humidity control is very
important, it may be essential have a backup unit available in the event
of malfunctions on the main unit. To enable the backup unit, go to screen
Ee01:
Index
Ee01
Description
Parameter
Enable backup Enable automatic unit backup in the event of shutdown,
using a second independent unit.
Default: Disabled
Possible settings: Enabled/Disabled
After having enabled the backup function, the unit priority can be
defined so as set the unit that will start first in the event of simultaneous
activation:
Index
Ee02
Description
Priority when
starting
Initial wizard (Service and Installer menu)
The Wizard menu, screen index Eg01, is used to initiate step-by-step
programming of the parameters required for installation. Below are the steps
included in the first start-up procedure (some steps may not be displayed, if
not necessary):
1/9 - select the model (only if the replacement controller is not configured);
2/9 - water hardness: auto or user-defined;
3/9 - manual water hardness setting;
4/9 - type of control;
5/9 - select the main room probe type;
6/9 - select the limit probe type;
7/9 - set the limits for the active probes;
8/9 - set the drain to dilute cycles: auto or user-defined;
9/9 - manual drain to dilute cycle setting.
Parameter
Definition of backup unit priority
Default: Disabled
Possible settings: Enabled/Disabled
Index Description Parameter
Start the wizard for initial unit configuration
Eg01 Wizard
Set whether to display the wizard when next restarting
Default: wizard enabled: YES
The priority must be set to “YES” only on one of the two units; the “priority”
parameter on the second unit must be set to “NO”.
For further information, see paragraph 6.2 Activation sequence.
7.8.2
7.7 E.Settings – f.Manual mode
7.7.1
Manual mode (Service and Installer menu)
During first start-up or maintenance, “manual mode” may be useful in
order to check the operation of the main devices on the heaterSteam
humidifier. All the operations carried out in this menu have actual effect
on the unit, i.e. effectively activate/deactivate or modify the status of the
components. Manual mode is only available when the unit is OFF and
without any active alarms. In addition, to safeguard the unit, the heaters
can only be activated when there is water in the cylinder (high level,
corresponding to green LED on)
Index
Eg02
Important: manual mode should only be activated by qualified
personnel; improper use may cause serious damage to the unit.
Index Description Parameter
Enable “Manual mode” to check operation of the individual
Ef01 Manual
mode
components.
Default: Disabled
Possible settings: Disabled, manual outputs, manual production
Remarks: when exiting “Manual mode”, the settings are restored and normal operation resumes automatically. If the user
does not set any parameters in the “Manual mode” menu for 30
minutes, manual mode is automatically disabled.
Index Description
Ef02 Manual management
of outputs
Index
Ef03
Set the language (Service and Installer menu)
The first time that the unit is powered on, the first requirement is to select
the menu language. If needing to change the language subsequently, go
to screen Eg02. Once having displayed the screen to set the language,
press “ENTER”, to exit the screen without changing the setting press “ESC”.
7.8.3
Description
Language
Parameter
Set the language.
Default: English
Possible settings:
1. English
2. Italiano
3. Deutsch
4. Francais
5. Espaniol
Set the unit of measure (Installer menu)
Screen Eg03 is used to select the system for the units of measure:
International (° C, kg/h) or Imperial (°F, lb/h).
In addition, the language selection screen when starting can be disabled.
Index
Eg03
Parameter
Enable “Manual mode” to check operation of the individual
components..
Test fill valve
Test drain pump
Open/close the contactor
SSR status (depending on the water level in the cylinder)
SSR ON time (depending on the water level in the cylinder)
SSR OFF time (depending on the water level in the cylinder)
7.8.4
Description Parameter
Manual
Manual production settings.
management
of production
request
Description
Unit of measure
and
language
when starting
Parameter
Select the metric system for the units of measure.
Display the change language screen when starting.
Defaults:
units of measure: depending on unit part number.
Show change language when starting: YES
Possible settings:
units of measure: International, Imperial
Show change language when starting: YES, NO
Set and change passwords (Service and Installer
menu)
Screen Eg04 is used to change and/or set the Service and Installer passwords.
The passwords are 4-digit numbers.
The default Installer password is: 0077
The default Service password is: 0044
Index
Eg04
39
Description Parameter
Change
Set and change the passwords
Defaults:
password
Installer: 0077
Service: 0044
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7.8.5
Factory reset (Service and Installer menu)
7.9
To perform a factory reset on the unit and restore all the parameters to
the default values, go to screen Eg06.
Index
Eg06
Description
Inst. Default
7.9.1
Parameter
Unit factory reset.
Remarks: follow the instructions shown on the display.
Confirmation will be requested before resetting the values
Supervisor network address setting (Installer
menu)
Supervision can be enabled on the Ethernet network or BMS serial port.
The following protocols are available to be set by the user:
Port
BMS
Ethernet
Important: performing a factory reset cancels all the controller
settings and restores the factory default values.
Update software from USB pen drive
Eh01
The unit’s software can be updated using a USB pen drive plugged
directly into the c.pHC controller.
On the pen drive, create an UPGRADE directory and copy the software
update file to this directory. The update file is always called “UR3App.ap1”.
Description
Unit supervision address on
BMS port
Once having plugged the pen drive into the controller, go to screen Eg07
and set the “Update unit software” parameter to “YES”.
Index
Eg07
7.8.7
Description
Parameter
Software update Start software update from USB pen drive
Default: No
Export parameters to USB pen drive
To save the parameters, plug the USB pen drive into the c.pHC and then
go to screen Eg08 and set the “Export?” parameter to “YES”.
Description
Export
parameters
7.9.2
Parameter
Start exporting configuration from unit to USB
pen drive
Default: No
Index
Eh02
Import parameters onto the unit
7.9.3
The unit’s parameter configurations can be imported from a USB pen
drive. To import the parameters, make sure that the exported file (see
paragraph 7.8.8) is in the pen drive’s root directory and is called: “UR3cgg.
txt”. Then plug the USB pen drive into the c.pHC and go to screen Eg08,
and set the “Import?” parameter to “YES”.
Index
Eg09
Description
Import
parameters
Description
Parameter
BMS port supervi- Set the communication parameters for supervision
sion settings
via BMS: Baud rate, stop bits and parity.
Defaults:
Baud rate: 19200
Stop bits: 2
Parity: None
BACnet MS/TP supervisor settings (Installer menu)
To set the address, maximum number of master units and maximum
number of frames for BACnet MS/TP supervision systems, use screen
Eh03. The screen is only displayed when supervision is configured on the
BMS port with the BACnet protocol.
Index
Parameter
Start importing configuration from USB pen drive to
unit
Default: No
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BMS port settings (Installer menu)
Screen Eh02 is used to set supervisor communication on the BMS port.
The exported file will automatically be saved in the pen drive’s root
directory and will be called: “UR3cgg.txt”
7.8.8
Parameter
ISet the unit’s supervision address and protocol for
BMS port.
Default:
Address: 1;
Protocol: ModBus;
On/Off from SV: No;
Control from SV: No;
Possible settings:
Address: 1-247
Protocol: Modbus, BACnet, Carel, Carel retro
Address is the device’s supervision address on the BMS port. Enabling
or disabling the parameters “On/Off from SV” and “Control from SV”
activates or deactivates the response to the corresponding signals from
the supervisor.
The “Carel retro” protocol can be used by existing supervisors with
previous versions of heaterSteam (UR*1 and UR*2).
For other supervisor protocols, select Carel protocol and use the Carel
external gateway (supernode for humidification).
The unit’s parameter configurations can be exported to USB pen drive,
and subsequently loaded onto a second unit, making installation and
setup even faster.
Index
Eg08
Protocol
Carel, ModBus, BACnet, Carel retro
ModBus, BACnet
On screen Eh01, the port and supervisor protocol can be set, as well as
the unit’s supervision address for the BMS port.
Index
7.8.6
E. Settings - h. Supervision
Eh03
40
Description
BACnet MS/TP
configuration
Parameter
Set the address, maximum number of masters and
maximum number of frames.
Defaults:
Address: 0
Max masters: 127
Max frames: 10
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7.9.4
Ethernet network settings (Installer menu)
To connect the unit to the local Ethernet network for operation in Master/
Slave mode, software Backup/Rotation or use the webserver, set the
DHCP, IP, subnet mask, gateway and DNS parameters.
Important: these values must be provided by the local network
administrator.
Index
Eh04
Description Parameter
Ethernet net- Set the unit’s IP address for the Ethernet connection. Set
work settings DHCP, subnet mask, gateway, DNS.
Defaults:
DHCP: Off
IP: 192.168.0.1 (unit’s IP address)
Mask: 255.255.255.0 (subnet mask)
GW: 192.168.0.1 (gateway)
DNS: 0.0.0.0
Update?: NO
The following values are set by default on each unit:
DHCP: Off
unit’s IP address: 192.168.0.1
subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
gateway: 192.168.0.1
DNS: 0.0.0.0
After having modified the parameters, set the “Update?” parameter to
“YES” to update the IP address.
Important: the controller is not accessible directly on the
internet as a firewall guarantees remote access only via a secure
connection (Carel tERA cloud or encrypted VPN connection).
7.9.5
Supervisor settings for ModBus or BACnet on
TCP/IP (Ethernet port) (Installer menu)
Both Modbus and BACnet are available on the Ethernet port; to enable
the protocol go to screen Eh05:
Index
Eh05
Description
Supervision
settings on
Ethernet port
Parameter
Select the protocol on the Ethernet port.
En. ModBus TCP/IP: Enabled/Disabled
En. BACnet TCP/IP: Enabled/Disabled
Defaults:
En. ModBus TCP/IP: Disabled
En. BACnet TCP/IP: Enabled
Note: only one instance of the BACnet protocol is available,
therefore it is not possible to activate BACnet on the BMS port and on
the Ethernet port at the same time.
7.10 E. Settings - i. Logout
7.10.1
Logout from the settings menu (Installer menu
and Service)
Screen Ei01 is used to exit the Settings menu. The screen also describes
the type of login performed (installer or service).
When accessing this screen, the following information will be shown (in
the currently selected language).
To logout press “ENTER”.
The main screen will then be displayed.
Press “ESC” to exit if not wanting to end the session.
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8. MASTER/SLAVE SYSTEM
8.2 Network switch for Master/Slave
connection
8.1 Description of the Master/Slave system
To obtain steam production higher than that provided by one single unit,
several humidifiers can be connected together in a Master/Slave system.
For example, if steam request is 160 kg/h, a Master/Slave system can be
created with two 80 kg/h heaterSteam units.
A maximum of 19 Slave units can be connected to each Master, meaning
a total of 20 humidifiers in the same system.
The Master and Slave units are connected using a local Ethernet network,
and in the case of just two units (one Master and Slave) involves a direct
connection between the two controllers via Ethernet RJ45 Category 5
cable.
The Master/Slave connection of more than two units requires the use of
an industrial grade switch.
Carel markets a switch (P/N: KITSE08000) that can connect a maximum
of eight units (8 Ethernet ports). If necessary, use several KITSE08000
switches with a cascaded arrangement.
Main technical specifications of the KITSE08000 switch:
Number of ports
Installation
Operating temperature
Power supply
8
DIN rail
-10-60°C (14-140°F)
12/24/48 VDC
18-30 VAC (47-63Hz)
0.13A
IP30
Current @24VDC
Protection
8.3 Type of Master/Slave system installation
Master
The Master/Slave system features one main unit (Master), which manages
operation of the secondary units (Slaves). The external signal or probe
connections, depending on the set control type, are made to just one of
the humidifiers in the system. The unit that the signal is connected to will
automatically be identified as the Master. Consequently, the Master does
not need to be especially configured.
Slave
Fig. 8.a
If the Master/Slave system comprises three or more units (maximum 20),
a network switch is required.
main probe
or external signal
Slave
Master
Slave
Slave
Fig. 8.b
Fig. 8.d
The Ethernet port is available on the humidifier’s c.pHC controller:
M9
1
2
M2
1
2
3
4
5
M8
6
7
8
1
M12
2
Slave
Master
3
2
1
M1
1
2
M5
1
2
While the Master unit is powered on, the system will be able to operate
even in the event of malfunctions on the Master (alarms, stopped
production,…), as the unit’s controller will send all the required data
to the Slaves. Obviously, unless redundancy has factored into the
total production capacity, steam output in this case will be lower than
requirements.
If the Master is switched off completely, the Master/Slave system will not
be able to read the control/probe signals. Consequently, it is suggested
to connect all the humidifiers in the system (or at least two units) to the
external signal or fit them with independent probes).
M6
1
2
3
Fig. 8.c
Note: use Ethernet CAT-5 STP cable, maximum length 100 m. To
connect the shield, use the earth connector provided on the controller.
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8.4.1
main
probe
or external
signal
Slave
IP: 192.168.1.2
main probe
or external signal
Master
IP: 192.168.1.1
Slave
IP: 192.168.1.3
8.4.2
Unit rotation logic in the Master/Slave system
The activation logic of the units in the Master/Slave system can be set,
choosing between “Grouped” or “Balanced”, on screens Ed03 and Ed04.
and use the UP/
On screen Ed07 (E. Settings – d. Network), press
DOWN buttons until reaching menu Ed03 or Ed04 (screen Ed04 is only
shown if rotation is enabled on screen Ed03).
Grouped rotation logic:
• the units are activated in series, one after the other, according to steam
request.
Example: M/S system comprising two 80 kg/h (176lbs/hr) units, for a
maximum total capacity of 160 kg/h (353lbs/hr). While steam request
remains below 50% (80 kg/h) only one unit will be activated (for
example, Unit 1), as soon as the request exceeds the 50%, the second
unit will also be activated (in the example, Unit 2).
main probe
or external signal
Fig. 8.e
Systems set up in this way will be able to cover the steam request. In this
specific case, the Master will always be the unit with the lowest IP address
of those connected to the signal/probes. If necessary, an additional
humidifier (backup) can be installed to cover request in the event of
malfunctions on one of the units in the system.
8.4
Maximum Master/Slave system production
In the same way as for the individual unit configuration, for the Master/
Slave system the maximum capacity can also be set. To set the maximum
and use
capacity, go to menu Ed07 (E. Settings – d. Network), press
the UP/DOWN buttons until reaching menu Ed03.
The “Capacity” parameter identifies the maximum production request for
the Master/Slave system, and can therefore by set by the user.
The “Maximum capacity” parameter (read-only), on the other hand,
indicates the sum of the sizes of each unit added to the system; this
value is therefore the maximum effectively available to the Master/Slave
system. Consequently, “Capacity” will always be ≤ “Maximum capacity”.
In any case, the maximum production can be defined for each individual
unit in the system by limiting production from its maximum according
to the size. In this case, “Maximum capacity” will be updated keeping in
consideration these reductions.
Master/Slave system configuration
To configure the Master/Slave system, proceed as follows:
1. Connect the probes or the external signal to the unit and complete the
configuration (control type, type of signal, maximum production …);
2. Set the IP addresses of the individual units so that they belong to the same
subnetwork (subnet mask); the screen index for this configuration is Eh02
(E. Settings – h. Supervision). The IP address is set on the display on each
unit, assigning a different address to each unit in the same subnetwork.
If necessary, contact the local network administrator. Remember that the
default address for each unit is 192.168.0.1, and the default subnet mask
is 255.255.255.0.
3. Connect the units making up the Master/Slave system to the local
Ethernet network via a switch. If using just two units, an RJ45 category 5
cable can be used, connected directly to the Ethernet ports on the two
c.pHC controllers.
4. Configure the Master/Slave system by enabling the units one at a time
(this operation can be performed on the display on any of the units):
4.1 Display screen index Ed01 and then access configuration mode
by pressing “PRG”.
4.2 Enter the IP address for “Unit 1” and confirm by pressing “ENTER”.
4.3 Repeat the operations described above (4.1 and 4.2) for all the
other units in the Master/Slave system.
(The unit will join the Master/Slave system (online) immediately after
being added to the network.)
Balanced rotation logic:
• the units are activated in parallel at the same time, splitting the total
production request between the number of units in the M/S system.
Example: M/S system comprising two 80 kg/h (176lbs/hr) units, for
a maximum total capacity of 160 kg/h (353lbs/hr). If the request is
50%, the rotation function activates both Unit 1 and Unit 2 at 50% of
production (40 kg/h + 40 kg/h = 80 kg/h). If the request is 90% (144
kg/h) the rotation function activates both Unit 1 and Unit 2 at 90% (72
kg/h + 72 kg/h = 144 kg/h).
If the steam request does not require the use of all the units, the rotation
function can take into account the units with the least operating hours
(auto-rotation function) so as to ensure the individual units total the same
number of operating hours. To enable and configure the operating hours
for unit rotation, set the “auto-rotation time” parameter on screen Ed04.
Note: if the “auto-rotation time” parameter is = 0, the auto-rotation
function is disabled.
8.4.3
Advanced preheating function for the Master/
Slave system
Activating advanced preheating on the Master/Slave system allows
the Slave unit or units currently in standby to be automatically preactivated. When the request reaches 90% of production on the units that
are currently operation, preheating is activated on the remaining units.
Activation of advanced preheating also depends on the type of rotation
selected.
Example: M/S system comprising two 80 kg/h (176lbs/hr) units, for a
maximum total capacity of 160 kg/h (353lbs/hr). While steam request
remains below 72 kg/h (90% of 80 kg/h = 72 kg/h) only one unit will
be active (for example, Unit 1). When the request exceeds 72 kg/h,
preheating will be activated on Unit 2 so as to have a faster response
when the request exceeds 80 kg/h. The advanced preheating function
for the M/S system is enabled/disabled on screen Ed04.
Note: the Master unit will always (automatically) be the one with
the lowest IP address out of the units connected to the probes or external
signal.
Note: it may take a few seconds (max 10 s) for the Master to start
sending the production request to the Slave/Slaves. This is also true
when, automatically, the Master unit is changed (for example, in the
event of malfunctions).
The evolved Master/Slave system with Ethernet connection is managed
by the heaterSteam Titanium version by a cascaded connection between
a series of units; for this heaterSteam version, the connection is made
using terminals M8.1 and M8.2 that provide the production request (0
to 10 V).
Note: the automatic preheating function for the M/S system only
applies to “Grouped” rotation.
See paragraph 4.10 “Production request analogue output for connection”.
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8.4.4
Disconnect unit from the Master/Slave system
8.4.7
To remove a unit from the Master/Slave system, thus reducing the number
of units available in the system, use the “Disconnect unit” function on
screen Ed06. This can be done on any of the humidifiers in the system.
During maintenance or cleaning on a unit in the Master/Slave system, the
backup function can be disabled for maintenance. This allows production
to start on a unit in standby, set as backup, before switching off the
humidifier in question for maintenance. In this way, service continuity can
be guaranteed in applications where required humidity control is very
precise and continuous over time.
To activate backup for maintenance, proceed as follows:
5. Enter the menu with screen index Ed07 (Network)
6. Press the DOWN button to display the list of units (Ed08)
7. Scroll to the unit on which maintenance is required (Unit 1, Unit 2, …)
Note: once the unit has been disconnected, this will no longer be
visible in the Master/Slave system, as its IP address will be removed from
the list. If a unit is disconnected erroneously, the system can be restored
on screen Ed01 (entering its IP). This must be done from the display on a
unit that is already connected to the system.
8.4.5
Display Master/Slave system
and press
To display a summary of the Master/Slave system , go to screen Ed08. In
screen Ed07 (E. Settings – d. Network), press the DOWN button to go to
menu Ed08.
Menu Ed08 has five pages in total that display all the units (01, 02, …, 20),
the status of each unit and the current production as a percentage. The
following table explains the Master/Slave network unit status indications:
Symbol
to confirm (screen Ed09).
8. Press
to access screen Ed10 and set the “Request switch unit off ”=
YES. Wait for the display to show the message: “The unit can now be
switched off for maintenance” and then switch the unit off.
Once maintenance has been completed, simply switch the humidifier on
again, and the will automatically come back online.
Unit status in the Master/Slave system
Indicates the current unit being displayed (PGD or web server)
Note: to activate the advanced software backup functions for
maintenance, the backup unit must be connected to the probes or
external signal.
The unit is: online
The unit is: offline
Unit not configured and not included in the Master/Slave system
The units in the Master/Slave system can also be selected one by one,
displaying maximum production, unit status, operating hours, current
production request and any alarms.
To enter this display, from screen Ed08, select the desired unit and press
thus accessing screen Ed09. Scroll using the UP/DOWN buttons to
display the details of all the units.
8.4.6
Advanced backup functions (software) for
maintenance
Software backup function in the Master/Slave
system
Master/Slave mode can also be used to manage the software backup
function; if one or more units in the Master/Slave system is affected by
malfunction, the system automatically restores steam production by
activating the backup units. The lost production in relation to the steam
request is thus compensated by increasing production on the individual
units (where possible) and/or starting any units in standby.
Even if not strictly necessary, to ensure the backup function, the external
control signal must be sent to all the units in the Master/Slave system; if
using probes on the other hand, each unit must be fitted with a probe.
Only in this way can complete operation be guaranteed in the event of
malfunctions.
Note: if a unit goes offline due to a malfunction or shutdown, it will
temporarily be excluded from the system, and when next restarted it may
take 15 seconds or more to automatically come online again.
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9. WEB SERVER
9.1 Integrated web server
Important: the controller is not accessible directly on the internet
as a firewall guarantees remote access only via a secure connection (Carel
tERA cloud or encrypted VPN connection).
The integrated web server is used to configure and monitor the main
unit parameters directly from a PC. In fact, using the Ethernet port on
the humidifier controller, the unit can be accessed via a local network by
simply entering its IP address in the browser.
9.3 Description of the web server function
The web server “Home” page provides access to the display, so as to carry
out all the configuration operations in the same way as if working directly
on the pGD. In addition, there will be an immediate response from unit
concerning its operation in the network.
Fig. 9.a
To log in and access the various menu items, use the installer or service
password (see paragraph 6.12 “Main menu”).
Note: the web server is managed in the heaterSteam titanium
version.
Fig. 9.d
The main configurations and information are:
• UNIT
• NETWORK
• MAINTENANCE
• INFO
9.2 Connecting to the integrated web server
For the physical connection to the controller from a PC, must use the RJ45
Ethernet port on the c.pHC and an Ethernet category 5 cable.
Unit menu
Probes: information and configuration of the main and limit probe.
Select the type of signal and define the minimum and maximum values.
Wireless: enable and associate each wireless probe to the main probe
group or limit probe group. Read the humidity and/or temperature, level
and battery status.
Control: select the control type. Set the set point, differential, minimum
and maximum.
Configuration: configure the time and date. Configure the main alarms
and variation in percentages of fill and drain times.
Scheduler: enable and set the daily and weekly time bands.
Fig. 9.b
The Ethernet port is available on the humidifier’s c.pHC controller:
M9
1
2
M2
1
2
3
4
5
M8
6
7
8
1
M12
2
3
2
1
M1
1
2
M5
1
2
M6
1
2
Network menu
Display a summary of the status of the units in the advanced Master/
Slave system.
3
D
+
-
Ethernet
Fig. 9.c
Maintenance
Timers: display cylinder and unit operating hours. Display the time
remaining until maintenance is required and set the maintenance prealert.
The PC and the humidifier controller (or all controllers, for Master/Slave
systems) must be part of the same subnetwork.
The default network configurations for the c.pHC are:
unit’s IP address: 192.168.0.1
subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
gateway: 192.168.0.1
Logs: display the log of main variables (production, set point, drain pump
status, fill valve status, request, unit status).
Live: real time display of the main variables (production, set point, drain
pump status, fill valve status, request, unit status).
For example, the PC’s network settings can be changed as follows:
unit’s IP address: 192.168.0.2
subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
gateway: 192.168.0.1
Info
Unit info: information on the unit model and software version. Select
language and unit of measure.
Resources: useful links (Carel website, heaterSteam manual and page on
Carel website).
Guide & FAQ: general information on using the web server.
To do this, access the “Network and sharing center” on the PC and go to
“Local network connection”. Then modify the addresses, as shown above,
for Internet protocol version 4.
Each c.pHC controller can obviously also be added to the Ethernet local
network, allowing the web server to be accessed from any point in the
network and for each humidifier.
Note: to avoid incorrect settings, some of the main unit operating
parameters can only be modified via the web server when the unit is off
(off from keypad).
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10. HARDWARE BACKUP
For applications that require continuous humidity control, a second
backup unit may be required, which is automatically activated in the
event of a malfunction on the first.
The heaterSteam controller features a dedicated digital input and output
for the backup connection, so as to guarantee, via the normally-open
contact, activation of the second unit.
Connection between two units for the hardware backup function:
terminal
M9.1
M9.2
M2.2
M2.4
function
Backup and rotation contact common
Backup and rotation contact (NO)
GND
Backup / rotation digital input
Tab. 10.f
backup IN/OUT
Hardware
backup
unit
backup
5
M2
4
3
2
1
2
1
Legenda:
M9
5
4
3
2
1
2
M9
1
M2
6
6
7
7
8
8
Fig. 10.a
M9.1
M9.2
M2.2
M2.4
M2.2
M2.4
M9.1
M9.2
Unit 1
Unit 2
Fig. 10.b
The hardware backup function must be activated on the menu in screen
Ee01. Screen Ee02 is used to set the unit with higher priority in the event
of simultaneous activation.
To ensure service continuity, the external signal or probes must be
connected to both units; in this way, both the main unit and the backup
unit will be completely independent. If using autonomous control
with probes, it is recommended to use dedicated probes for each unit
(main probe and limit probe), in other words, do not share the probes
between the units. This will guarantee service even in the event of probe
malfunctions.
Note: the hardware backup function is managed on the
heaterSteam titanium version.
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11. SUPERVISOR NETWORK
11.1 Supervisor network protocols and
configuration
To configure supervision on the BMS port (1), go to “SETTINGS –
SUPERVISION”, specifically screens Eh01, Eh02 and Eh03.
The humidifier can be connected to a supervisor via serial (BMS) or
Ethernet network. The Carel, ModBus and BACnet protocols are supported
as standard by the units.
If connecting the supervisor to the Ethernet port (2), set the network
parameters (DHCP, IP address, subnet mask, gateway, DNS) on screen
Eh04.
For other supervisor protocols, select the Carel protocol on the BMS serial
port and use the Carel external gateway (supernode for humidification:
SNU0000EM0) combined with the desired supervision card (depending
on the protocol).
M9
1
M2
2
1
2
3
4
5
M8
6
7
8
1
M12
2
3
2
1
M1
1
2
M5
1
2
M6
1
2
3
Note: Ethernet CAT-5 STP cable, maximum length 100 m. To connect
the shield, use the earth connector provided on the controller.
Ethernet
2
1
Fig. 11.a
Note: for BMS and Fieldbus, use shielded cables with the shield
connected to earth.
Port
Terminal on c.pHC controller Protocol
BMS (1)
M12.1, M12.2, M12.3
Carel, ModBus, BACnet, Carel retro
Ethernet (2)
ModBus, BACnet
Tab. 11.a
11.2 Table of supervisor variables
The variables shown in the lists below are only a set of all the internal variables on the heaterSteam humidifier.
DO NOT CONFIGURE ANY VARIABLES THAT ARE NOT SHOWN IN THE TABLES TO AVOID RISKING INCORRECT HUMIDIFIER OPERATION.
11.2.1
Table of Carel variables
Below are the variables used by the Carel protocol.
Integer variables
Variable
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
Variable name
SV_SWVer
SV_OSVer
UnitModel
Conductivity
WirelessPrbInfo_1.BattLev
WirelessPrbInfo_1.RadioSignalLev
WirelessPrbInfo_2.BattLev
WirelessPrbInfo_2.RadioSignalLev
WirelessPrbInfo_3.BattLev
WirelessPrbInfo_3.RadioSignalLev
WirelessPrbInfo_4.BattLev
WirelessPrbInfo_4.RadioSignalLev
UnitStatus
WorkHr
CylWorkHr
RegulationCfg.RegTyp
ThrshAlrmDT
MainPrbCfg.Typ
LimitPrbCfg.Typ
WHardnessMan
EvapCycleNoThrshsh
FillTScale
DilDrainTScale
Scheduler.SchedDayToSet
SchedDayCfg[0].StartHr
SchedDayCfg[0].StartMin
SchedDayCfg[0].WorkMode
SchedDayCfg[1].StartHr
SchedDayCfg[1].StartMin
SchedDayCfg[1].WorkMode
SchedDayCfg[2].StartHr
SchedDayCfg[2].StartMin
SchedDayCfg[2].WorkMode
SchedDayCfg[3].StartHr
SchedDayCfg[3].StartMin
SchedDayCfg[3].WorkMode
SchedDayCfg[4].StartHr
SchedDayCfg[4].StartMin
SchedDayCfg[4].WorkMode
SchedDayCfg[5].StartHr
SchedDayCfg[5].StartMin
SchedDayCfg[5].WorkMode
UoM
R/W
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
Description
Software version
OS version
Model version
Conductivity
Wireless probe 1: battery level
Wireless probe 1: wireless signal level
Wireless probe 2: battery level
Wireless probe 2: wireless signal level
Wireless probe 3: battery level
Wireless probe 3: wireless signal level
Wireless probe 4: battery level
Wireless probe 4: wireless signal level
Unit status
Unit operating hours
Cylinder operating hours
Control type
High humidity/temperature alarm delay
Main probe type
Limit probe type
Manual water hardness value (if WHardnessTyp is TRUE)
Number of evaporation cycles (0=auto)
Variation in fill time
Variation in drain time
When >0, day of the week to be configured (1=Monday, 7=Sunday)
Band 1 start hours
Band 1 start minutes
Band 1 operating mode
Band 2 start hours for
Band 2 start minutes
Band 2 operating mode
Band 3 start hours
Band 3 start minutes
Band 3 operating mode
Band 4 start hours
Band 4 start minutes
Band 4 operating mode
Band 5 start hours
Band 5 start minutes
Band 5 operating mode
Band 6 start hours
Band 6 start minutes
Band 6 operating mode
Unit of measure
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Category
Unit info
I/O
Wireless probes
Unit status
Reg
Alrm T
Probes cfg
Unit cfg
Scheduler setting
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Variable
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
93
94
Variable name
Year
Month
Day
Hour
Minute
SetTimezone
NetStatus[1]
NetStatus[2]
NetStatus[3]
NetStatus[4]
NetStatus[5]
NetStatus[6]
NetStatus[7]
NetStatus[8]
NetStatus[9]
NetStatus[10]
NetStatus[11]
NetStatus[12]
NetStatus[13]
NetStatus[14]
NetStatus[15]
NetStatus[16]
NetStatus[17]
NetStatus[18]
NetStatus[19]
NetStatus[20]
SV_Command
SV_CommandResult
R/W
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
RW
R
Description
Year
Month
Day
Hour
Minutes
Time zone
Unit 1 status
Unit 2 status
Unit 3 status
Unit 4 status
Unit 5 status
Unit 6 status
Unit 7 status
Unit 8 status
Unit 9 status
Unit 10 status
Unit 11 status
Unit 12 status
Unit 13 status
Unit 14 status
Unit 15 status
Unit 16 status
Unit 17 status
Unit 18 status
Unit 19 status
Unit 20 status
1: reset alarms, 2: reset hour counter
1: successful, 2: failed, 3: invalid command
Category
Clock
Network
feedback
Comm
Tab. 11.b
Analogue variables
Variable
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
Variable name
MainPrb
LimitPrb
PreheatPrb
WirelessPrbVal_1.Hum
WirelessPrbVal_1.Temp
WirelessPrbVal_2.Hum
WirelessPrbVal_2.Temp
WirelessPrbVal_3.Hum
WirelessPrbVal_3.Temp
WirelessPrbVal_4.Hum
WirelessPrbVal_4.Temp
SV_PwrReq
CurrProdPh
GlbSetP_Hum
GlbSetP_Temp
RegulationCfg.Hyst
RegulationCfg.Diff
GlbSetPLim_Hum
GlbSetPLim_Temp
RegulationCfg.DiffLim
RegulationCfg.MinReq
AlrmThrshHumLo
AlrmThrshHumHi
AlrmThrshHumHiLim
AlrmThrshTempLo
AlrmThrshTempHi
AlrmThrshTempHiLim
MainPrbCfg.Mi_Hum
MainPrbCfg.Ma_Hum
MainPrbCfg.Mi_Temp
MainPrbCfg.Ma_Temp
LimitPrbCfg.Mi_Hum
LimitPrbCfg.Ma_Hum
LimitPrbCfg.Mi_Temp
LimitPrbCfg.Ma_Temp
RegulationCfg.PwrCorrectionFactor
SchedDayCfg[0].SetP
SchedDayCfg[1].SetP
SchedDayCfg[2].SetP
SchedDayCfg[3].SetP
SchedDayCfg[4].SetP
SchedDayCfg[5].SetP
NetReq
NetProd
R/W
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
RW
R
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
R
R
Description
Main probe value (REAL)
Limit probe/second probe value (REAL)
NTC preheating probe value (REAL)
Wireless probe 1: Humidity
Wireless probe 1: Temperature
Wireless probe 2: Humidity
Wireless probe 2: Temperature
Wireless probe 3: Humidity
Wireless probe 3: Temperature
Wireless probe 4: Humidity
Wireless probe 4: Temperature
Production request percentage from supervisor
Current production in kg/h (lbs/h)
Humidity control set point
Temperature control set point
Control hysteresis
Control differential
Set point limit for humidity control
Set point limit for temperature control
Limit differential
Minimum production
Low humidity alarm threshold
High humidity alarm threshold
High humidity limit alarm threshold
Low temperature alarm threshold
High temperature alarm threshold
High temperature limit alarm threshold
Main probe minimum humidity value
Main probe maximum humidity value
Main probe minimum temperature value
Main probe maximum temperature value
Limit probe minimum humidity value
Limit probe maximum humidity value
Limit probe minimum temperature value
Limit probe maximum temperature value
Power correction for thermal dissipation
Band 1 set point
Band 2 set point
Band 3 set point
Band 4 set point
Band 5 set point
Band 6 set point
Current system request
Current system production
Category
I/O
Wireless probes
Unit Status
Regulation
Alarms Thresholds
Probes cfg
Unit Cfg
Scheduler
Network feedback
Tab. 11.c
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Digital variables
Variable
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
Variable name
RemOn
ThermPtcDin
LevSenStatus.Low
LevSenStatus.Hi
LevSenStatus.Foam
OnOffStatus
OnBySV
PreMaintWarn
CurrBlkAlrm.IsBlocker
CurrBlkAlrm.IsPresent
CurrBlkAlrm.Warning
Alrm_Autotest.Active
Alrm_HighConductAl.Active
Alrm_LevSen.Active
Alrm_ThermPtc.Active
Alrm_Wmiss.Active
Alrm_LowProd.Active
Alrm_MainPrb.Active
Alrm_LimPrb.Active
Alrm_PreHPrb.Active
Alrm_HiHum.Active
Alrm_LoHum.Active
Alrm_HiHumLim.Active
Alrm_Foam.Active
Alrm_PeriodicMaint.Active
Alrm_CylFull.Active
Alrm_ConductPrb.Active
Alrm_HighConductWr.Active
Alrm_RetMem.Active
Warn_Autotest.Active
Warn_LevSen.Active
Warn_LowProd.Active
Alrm_WirelessPrb_1_Offline.Active
Alrm_WirelessPrb_2_Offline.Active
Alrm_WirelessPrb_3_Offline.Active
Alrm_WirelessPrb_4_Offline.Active
Alrm_MissingModel.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_1.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_2.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_3.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_4.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_5.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_6.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_7.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_8.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_9.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_10.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_11.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_12.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_13.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_14.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_15.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_16.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_17.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_18.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_19.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_20.Active
Alrm_WirelessPrb_1_LowBatt.Active
Alrm_WirelessPrb_2_LowBatt.Active
Alrm_WirelessPrb_3_LowBatt.Active
Alrm_WirelessPrb_4_LowBatt.Active
Alrm_WirelessPrb_Main.Active
Alrm_WirelessPrb_Limit.Active
SchedDayCfg[0].EnTB
SchedDayCfg[1].EnTB
SchedDayCfg[2].EnTB
SchedDayCfg[3].EnTB
SchedDayCfg[4].EnTB
SchedDayCfg[5].EnTB
R/W
R
R
R
R
R
R
RW
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
Description
Remote on/off
Thermal DIN status
Level sensor: low level
Level sensor: high level
High level sensor: foam
Unit status On or OFF
Start command from SV (Supervisor)
Maintenance pre-alert (not an alarm)
Shutdown alarm
Resettable alarm
Warning
Autotest alarm
High conductivity alarm
Level sensor broken alarm
Thermal overload alarm
No water alarm
Low production alarm
Main probe fault alarm
Limit probe fault alarm
NTC preheating probe fault alarm
High humidity alarm
Low humidity alarm
High humidity limit alarm
Foam alarm
Periodical maintenance request
Cylinder full alarm
Conductivity probe fault alarm
High conductivity warning
Retain memory damaged warning
Autotest warning
Level sensor warning
Low production warning
Wireless probe 1 offline
Wireless probe 2 offline
Wireless probe 3 offline
Wireless probe 4 offline
Model not configured
Active alarm on unit 1
Active alarm on unit 2
Active alarm on unit 3
Active alarm on unit 4
Active alarm on unit 5
Active alarm on unit 6
Active alarm on unit 7
Active alarm on unit 8
Active alarm on unit 9
Active alarm on unit 10
Active alarm on unit 11
Active alarm on unit 12
Active alarm on unit 13
Active alarm on unit 14
Active alarm on unit 15
Active alarm on unit 16
Active alarm on unit 17
Active alarm on unit 18
Active alarm on unit 19
Active alarm on unit 20
Wireless probe 1: Low battery level alarm
Wireless probe 2: Low battery level alarm
Wireless probe 3: Low battery level alarm
Wireless probe 4: Low battery level alarm
Wireless probe fault (main group)
Wireless probe fault (limit group)
Scheduler: Enable band 1
Scheduler: Enable band 2
Scheduler: Enable band 3
Scheduler: Enable band 4
Scheduler: Enable band 5
Scheduler: Enable band 6
Category
I/O
On/Off
Alarms
Alarms
Scheduler
Tab. 11.d
Note: for existing supervisors, a table has been created for backward
compatibility, contact Carel for the list (Carel retro).
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11.2.2
Table of ModBus variables
Below are the variables used by the Modbus protocol.
INPUT REGISTERS
Variable
1
2
3
4
6
8
10
11
13
15
16
17
19
21
22
23
25
27
28
29
31
33
34
35
36
38
40
42
44
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
106
Variable name
SV_SWVer
SV_OSVer
UnitModel
MainPrb
LimitPrb
PreheatPrb
Conductivity
WirelessPrbVal_1.Hum
WirelessPrbVal_1.Temp
WirelessPrbInfo_1.BattLev
WirelessPrbInfo_1.RadioSignalLev
WirelessPrbVal_2.Hum
WirelessPrbVal_2.Temp
WirelessPrbInfo_2.BattLev
WirelessPrbInfo_2.RadioSignalLev
WirelessPrbVal_3.Hum
WirelessPrbVal_3.Temp
WirelessPrbInfo_3.BattLev
WirelessPrbInfo_3.RadioSignalLev
WirelessPrbVal_4.Hum
WirelessPrbVal_4.Temp
WirelessPrbInfo_4.BattLev
WirelessPrbInfo_4.RadioSignalLev
UnitStatus
CurrProdPh
WorkHr
CylWorkHr
NetReq
NetProd
NetStatus[1]
NetStatus[2]
NetStatus[3]
NetStatus[4]
NetStatus[5]
NetStatus[6]
NetStatus[7]
NetStatus[8]
NetStatus[9]
NetStatus[10]
NetStatus[11]
NetStatus[12]
NetStatus[13]
NetStatus[14]
NetStatus[15]
NetStatus[16]
NetStatus[17]
NetStatus[18]
NetStatus[19]
NetStatus[20]
SV_CommandResult
Occup.
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Description
Software version
OS version
Model version
Main probe value (REAL)
Limit probe/second probe value (REAL)
NTC preheating probe value (REAL)
Conductivity
Wireless probe 1: Humidity
Wireless probe 1: Temperature
Wireless probe 1: battery level
Wireless probe 1: wireless signal level
Wireless probe 2: Humidity
Wireless probe 2: Temperature
Wireless probe 2: battery level
Wireless probe 2: wireless signal level
Wireless probe 3: Humidity
Wireless probe 3: Temperature
Wireless probe 3: battery level
Wireless probe 3: wireless signal level
Wireless probe 4: Humidity
Wireless probe 4: Temperature
Wireless probe 4: battery level
Wireless probe 4: wireless signal level
Unit status
Current production in kg/h (lbs/h)
Unit operating hours
Cylinder operating hours
Current system request
Current system production
Unit 1 status
Unit 2 status
Unit 3 status
Unit 4 status
Unit 5 status
Unit 6 status
Unit 7 status
Unit 8 status
Unit 9 status
Unit 10 status
Unit 11 status
Unit 12 status
Unit 13 status
Unit 14 status
Unit 15 status
Unit 16 status
Unit 17 status
Unit 18 status
Unit 19 status
Unit 20 status
1: successful, 2: failed, 3: invalid command
Category
Unit info
I/O
Wireless probes read
Unit status
Network feedback
Network feedback
Comm
Tab. 11.e
HOLDING REGISTERS
Variable
1
8
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
38
39
41
43
45
47
48
50
52
54
56
57
58
59
60
Variable name
SV_PwrReq
RegulationCfg.RegTyp
GlbSetP_Hum
GlbSetP_Temp
RegulationCfg.Hyst
RegulationCfg.Diff
GlbSetPLim_Hum
GlbSetPLim_Temp
RegulationCfg.DiffLim
RegulationCfg.MinReq
AlrmThrshHumLo
AlrmThrshHumHi
AlrmThrshHumHiLim
AlrmThrshTempLo
AlrmThrshTempHi
AlrmThrshTempHiLim
ThrshAlrmDT
MainPrbCfg.Typ
MainPrbCfg.Mi_Hum
MainPrbCfg.Ma_Hum
MainPrbCfg.Mi_Temp
MainPrbCfg.Ma_Temp
LimitPrbCfg.Typ
LimitPrbCfg.Mi_Hum
LimitPrbCfg.Ma_Hum
LimitPrbCfg.Mi_Temp
LimitPrbCfg.Ma_Temp
WHardnessMan
EvapCycleNoThrshsh
FillTScale
DilDrainTScale
RegulationCfg.PwrCorrectionFactor
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Occup.
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
2
Description
Production request percentage from supervisor
Control type
Humidity control set point
Temperature control set point
Control hysteresis
Control differential
Set point limit for humidity control
Set point limit for temperature control
Limit differential
Minimum production
Low humidity alarm threshold
High humidity alarm threshold
High humidity limit alarm threshold
Low temperature alarm threshold
High temperature alarm threshold
High temperature limit alarm threshold
High humidity/temperature alarm delay
Main probe type
Main probe minimum humidity value
Main probe maximum humidity value
Main probe minimum temperature value
Main probe maximum temperature value
Limit probe type
Limit probe minimum humidity value
Limit probe maximum humidity value
Limit probe minimum temperature value
Limit probe maximum temperature value
Manual water hardness value (if WHardnessTyp is TRUE)
Number of evaporation cycles (0=auto)
Variation in fill time
Variation in drain time
Power correction for thermal dissipation
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Category
Unit st.
Regulation
Alarm thresholds
Probes cfg
Unit cfg
ENG
Variable
62
63
64
65
66
68
69
70
71
73
74
75
76
78
79
80
81
83
84
85
86
88
89
90
91
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
Variable name
Scheduler.SchedDayToSet
SchedDayCfg[0].StartHr
SchedDayCfg[0].StartMin
SchedDayCfg[0].WorkMode
SchedDayCfg[0].SetP
SchedDayCfg[1].StartHr
SchedDayCfg[1].StartMin
SchedDayCfg[1].WorkMode
SchedDayCfg[1].SetP
SchedDayCfg[2].StartHr
SchedDayCfg[2].StartMin
SchedDayCfg[2].WorkMode
SchedDayCfg[2].SetP
SchedDayCfg[3].StartHr
SchedDayCfg[3].StartMin
SchedDayCfg[3].WorkMode
SchedDayCfg[3].SetP
SchedDayCfg[4].StartHr
SchedDayCfg[4].StartMin
SchedDayCfg[4].WorkMode
SchedDayCfg[4].SetP
SchedDayCfg[5].StartHr
SchedDayCfg[5].StartMin
SchedDayCfg[5].WorkMode
SchedDayCfg[5].SetP
UoM
Year
Month
Day
Hour
Minute
SetTimezone
SV_Command
Occup.
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Description
When >0, day of the week to be configured (1=Monday, 7=Sunday)
Band 1 start hours
Band 1 start minutes
Band 1 operating mode
Band 1 set point
Band 2 start hours
Band 2 start minutes
Band 2 operating mode
Band 2 set point
Band 3 start hours
Band 3 start minutes
Band 3 operating mode
Band 3 set point
Band 4 start hours
Band 4 start minutes
Band 4 operating mode
Band 4 set point
Band 5 start hours
Band 5 start minutes
Band 5 operating mode
Band 5 set point
Band 6 start hours
Band 6 start minutes
Band 6 operating mode
Band 6 set point
Unit of measure
Year
Month
Day
Hour
Minutes
Time zone
1: reset alarms, 2: reset hour counter
Category
Scheduler setting
UoM
Clock
Comm
Tab. 11.f
INPUT STATUS
Variable
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
Variable name
RemOn
ThermPtcDin
LevSenStatus.Low
LevSenStatus.Hi
LevSenStatus.Foam
OnOffStatus
PreMainWarn
CurrBlkAlrm.IsBlocker
CurrBlkAlrm.IsPresent
CurrBlkAlrm.Warning
Alrm_Autotest.Active
Alrm_HighConductAl.Active
Alrm_LevSen.Active
Alrm_ThermPtc.Active
Alrm_Wmiss.Active
Alrm_LowProd.Active
Alrm_MainPrb.Active
Alrm_LimPrb.Active
Alrm_PreHPrb.Active
Alrm_HiHum.Active
Alrm_LoHum.Active
Alrm_HiHumLim.Active
Alrm_Foam.Active
Alrm_PeriodicMaint.Active
Alrm_CylFull.Active
Alrm_ConductPrb.Active
Alrm_HighConductWr.Active
Alrm_RetMem.Active
Warn_Autotest.Active
Warn_LevSen.Active
Warn_LowProd.Active
Alrm_WirelessPrb_1_Offline.Active
Alrm_WirelessPrb_2_Offline.Active
Alrm_WirelessPrb_3_Offline.Active
Alrm_WirelessPrb_4_Offline.Active
Alrm_MissingModel.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_1.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_2.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_3.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_4.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_5.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_6.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_7.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_8.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_9.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_10.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_11.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_12.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_13.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_14.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_15.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_16.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_17.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_18.Active
Occup.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Description
Remote on/off
Thermal DIN status
Level sensor: low level
Level sensor: high level
High level sensor: foam
Unit status On or OFF
Maintenance pre-alert (not an alarm)
Shutdown alarm
Resettable alarm
Warning
Autotest alarm
High conductivity alarm
Level sensor broken alarm
Thermal overload alarm
No water alarm
Low production alarm
Main probe fault alarm
Limit probe fault alarm
NTC preheating probe fault alarm
High humidity alarm
Low humidity alarm
High humidity limit alarm
Foam alarm
Periodical maintenance request
Cylinder full alarm
Conductivity probe fault alarm
High conductivity warning
Retain memory damaged warning
Autotest warning
Level sensor warning
Low production warning
Wireless probe 1 offline
Wireless probe 2 offline
Wireless probe 3 offline
Wireless probe 4 offline
Model not configured
Active alarm on unit 1
Active alarm on unit 2
Active alarm on unit 3
Active alarm on unit 4
Active alarm on unit 5
Active alarm on unit 6
Active alarm on unit 7
Active alarm on unit 8
Active alarm on unit 9
Active alarm on unit 10
Active alarm on unit 11
Active alarm on unit 12
Active alarm on unit 13
Active alarm on unit 14
Active alarm on unit 15
Active alarm on unit 16
Active alarm on unit 17
Active alarm on unit 18
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Category
I/O
On/Off
Alarms
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Variable
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
Variable name
Alrm_NetUnit_19.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_20.Active
Alrm_WirelessPrb_1_LowBatt.Active
Alrm_WirelessPrb_2_LowBatt.Active
Alrm_WirelessPrb_3_LowBatt.Active
Alrm_WirelessPrb_4_LowBatt.Active
Alrm_WirelessPrb_Main.Active
Alrm_WirelessPrb_Limit.Active
Occup.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Description
Active alarm on unit 19
Active alarm on unit 20
Wireless probe 1: Low battery level alarm
Wireless probe 2: Low battery level alarm
Wireless probe 3: Low battery level alarm
Wireless probe 4: Low battery level alarm
Wireless probe fault (main group)
Wireless probe fault (limit group)
Category
Alarms
Tab. 11.g
COIL STATUS
Variable
1
7
8
9
10
11
12
Variable name
OnBySV
SchedDayCfg[0].EnTB
SchedDayCfg[1].EnTB
SchedDayCfg[2].EnTB
SchedDayCfg[3].EnTB
SchedDayCfg[4].EnTB
SchedDayCfg[5].EnTB
Occup.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Description
Start command from SV (Supervisor)
Scheduler: Enable band 1
Scheduler: Enable band 2
Scheduler: Enable band 3
Scheduler: Enable band 4
Scheduler: Enable band 5
Scheduler: Enable band 6
Category
On/Off
Scheduler
Tab. 11.h
11.2.3
Table of BACnet variables
Below are the variables used by the BACnet protocol.
Positive Integer Values
Variable
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Variable name
SV_SWVer
SV_OSVer
UnitModel
Conductivity
WirelessPrbInfo_1.BattLev
WirelessPrbInfo_1.RadioSignalLev
WirelessPrbInfo_2.BattLev
WirelessPrbInfo_2.RadioSignalLev
WirelessPrbInfo_3.BattLev
WirelessPrbInfo_3.RadioSignalLev
WirelessPrbInfo_4.BattLev
WirelessPrbInfo_4.RadioSignalLev
UnitStatus
WorkHr
CylWorkHr
ManMode
ManSSR_OpT
ManSSR_ClT
RegulationCfg.RegTyp
ThrshAlrmDT
MainPrbCfg.Typ
LimitPrbCfg.Typ
WHardnessMan
EvapCycleNoThrshsh
FillTScale
DilDrainTScale
Scheduler.SchedDayToSet
SchedDayCfg[0].StartHr
SchedDayCfg[0].StartMin
SchedDayCfg[0].WorkMode
SchedDayCfg[1].StartHr
SchedDayCfg[1].StartMin
SchedDayCfg[1].WorkMode
SchedDayCfg[2].StartHr
SchedDayCfg[2].StartMin
SchedDayCfg[2].WorkMode
SchedDayCfg[3].StartHr
SchedDayCfg[3].StartMin
SchedDayCfg[3].WorkMode
SchedDayCfg[4].StartHr
SchedDayCfg[4].StartMin
SchedDayCfg[4].WorkMode
SchedDayCfg[5].StartHr
SchedDayCfg[5].StartMin
SchedDayCfg[5].WorkMode
UoM
Year
Month
Day
Hour
Minute
SetTimezone
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R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
Description
Software version
OS version
Model version
Conductivity
Wireless probe 1: battery level
Wireless probe 1: wireless signal level
Wireless probe 2: battery level
Wireless probe 2: wireless signal level
Wireless probe 3: battery level
Wireless probe 3: wireless signal level
Wireless probe 4: battery level
Wireless probe 4: wireless signal level
Unit status
Unit operating hours
Cylinder operating hours
Manual mode (1=outputs, 2=request)
SSR opening time (manual mode)
SSR closing time (manual mode)
Control type
High humidity/temperature alarm delay
Main probe type
Limit probe type
Manual water hardness value (if WHardnessTyp is TRUE)
Number of evaporation cycles (0=auto)
Variation in fill time
Variation in drain time
When >0, day of the week to be configured (1=Monday, 7=Sunday)
Band 1 start hours
Band 1 start minutes
Band 1 operating mode
Band 2 start hours
Band 2 start minutes
Band 2 operating mode
Band 3 start hours
Band 3 start minutes
Band 3 operating mode
Band 4 start hours
Band 4 start minutes
Band 4 operating mode
Band 5 start hours
Band 5 start minutes
Band 5 operating mode
Band 6 start hours
Band 6 start minutes
Band 6 operating mode
Unit of measure
Year
Month
Day
Hour
Minutes
Time zone
52
Category
Unit info
Inputs
Wireless probes
Unit status
Manual
Reg cfg
Alrm thr.
IO cfg
Unit cfg
Scheduler
UoM
Clock
ENG
Variable
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
92
93
Variable name
NetStatus[1]
NetStatus[2]
NetStatus[3]
NetStatus[4]
NetStatus[5]
NetStatus[6]
NetStatus[7]
NetStatus[8]
NetStatus[9]
NetStatus[10]
NetStatus[11]
NetStatus[12]
NetStatus[13]
NetStatus[14]
NetStatus[15]
NetStatus[16]
NetStatus[17]
NetStatus[18]
NetStatus[19]
NetStatus[20]
SV_Command
SV_CommandResult
Access
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
RW
R
Description
Unit 1 status
Unit 2 status
Unit 3 status
Unit 4 status
Unit 5 status
Unit 6 status
Unit 7 status
Unit 8 status
Unit 9 status
Unit 10 status
Unit 11 status
Unit 12 status
Unit 13 status
Unit 14 status
Unit 15 status
Unit 16 status
Unit 17 status
Unit 18 status
Unit 19 status
Unit 20 status
1: reset alarms, 2: reset hour counter
1: successful, 2: failed, 3: invalid command
Category
Network
Comm
Tab. 11.a
Analog values
Variable
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
Variable name
MainPrb
LimitPrb
PreheatPrb
WirelessPrbVal_1.Hum
WirelessPrbVal_1.Temp
WirelessPrbVal_2.Hum
WirelessPrbVal_2.Temp
WirelessPrbVal_3.Hum
WirelessPrbVal_3.Temp
WirelessPrbVal_4.Hum
WirelessPrbVal_4.Temp
SV_PwrReq
CurrProdPh
ManReq
GlbSetP_Hum
GlbSetP_Temp
RegulationCfg.Hyst
RegulationCfg.Diff
GlbSetPLim_Hum
GlbSetPLim_Temp
RegulationCfg.DiffLim
RegulationCfg.MinReq
AlrmThrshHumLo
AlrmThrshHumHi
AlrmThrshHumHiLim
AlrmThrshTempLo
AlrmThrshTempHi
AlrmThrshTempHiLim
MainPrbCfg.Mi_Hum
MainPrbCfg.Ma_Hum
MainPrbCfg.Mi_Temp
MainPrbCfg.Ma_Temp
LimitPrbCfg.Mi_Hum
LimitPrbCfg.Ma_Hum
LimitPrbCfg.Mi_Temp
LimitPrbCfg.Ma_Temp
RegulationCfg.PwrCorrectionFactor
SchedDayCfg[0].SetP
SchedDayCfg[1].SetP
SchedDayCfg[2].SetP
SchedDayCfg[3].SetP
SchedDayCfg[4].SetP
SchedDayCfg[5].SetP
NetReq
NetProd
Access
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
RW
R
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
R
R
Description
Main probe value (REAL)
Limit probe/second probe value (REAL)
NTC preheating probe value (REAL)
Wireless probe 1: Humidity
Wireless probe 1: Temperature
Wireless probe 2: Humidity
Wireless probe 2: Temperature
Wireless probe 3: Humidity
Wireless probe 3: Temperature
Wireless probe 4: Humidity
Wireless probe 4: Temperature
Production request percentage from supervisor
Current production in kg/h (lbs/h)
Manual request
Humidity control set point
Temperature control set point
Control hysteresis
Control differential
Set point limit for humidity control
Set point limit for temperature control
Limit differential
Minimum production
Low humidity alarm threshold
High humidity alarm threshold
High humidity limit alarm threshold
Low temperature alarm threshold
High temperature alarm threshold
High temperature limit alarm threshold
Main probe minimum humidity value
Main probe maximum humidity value
Main probe minimum temperature value
Main probe maximum temperature value
Limit probe minimum humidity value
Limit probe maximum humidity value
Limit probe minimum temperature value
Limit probe maximum temperature value
Power correction for thermal dissipation
Band 1 set point
Band 2 set point
Band 3 set point
Band 4 set point
Band 5 set point
Band 6 set point
Current system request
Current system production
Category
Inputs
Wireless probes
Unit status
Manual
Regulation
Alarm threshold
IO cfg
Unit cfg
Scheduler
Network feedback
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Binary Values
Variable
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
Variable name
RemOn
ThermPtcDin
LevSenStatus.Low
LevSenStatus.Hi
LevSenStatus.Foam
OnOffStatus
OnBySV
PreMainWarn
CurrBlkAlrm.IsBlocker
CurrBlkAlrm.IsPresent
CurrBlkAlrm.Warning
Alrm_Autotest.Active
Alrm_HighConductAl.Active
Alrm_LevSen.Active
Alrm_ThermPtc.Active
Alrm_Wmiss.Active
Alrm_LowProd.Active
Alrm_MainPrb.Active
Alrm_LimPrb.Active
Alrm_PreHPrb.Active
Alrm_HiHum.Active
Alrm_LoHum.Active
Alrm_HiHumLim.Active
Alrm_Foam.Active
Alrm_PeriodicMaint.Active
Alrm_CylFull.Active
Alrm_ConductPrb.Active
Alrm_HighConductWr.Active
Alrm_RetMem.Active
Warn_Autotest.Active
Warn_LevSen.Active
Warn_LowProd.Active
Alrm_WirelessPrb_1_Offline.Active
Alrm_WirelessPrb_2_Offline.Active
Alrm_WirelessPrb_3_Offline.Active
Alrm_WirelessPrb_4_Offline.Active
Alrm_MissingModel.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_1.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_2.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_3.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_4.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_5.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_6.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_7.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_8.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_9.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_10.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_11.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_12.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_13.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_14.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_15.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_16.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_17.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_18.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_19.Active
Alrm_NetUnit_20.Active
Alrm_WirelessPrb_1_LowBatt.Active
Alrm_WirelessPrb_2_LowBatt.Active
Alrm_WirelessPrb_3_LowBatt.Active
Alrm_WirelessPrb_4_LowBatt.Active
Alrm_WirelessPrb_Main.Active
Alrm_WirelessPrb_Limit.Active
SchedDayCfg[0].EnTB
SchedDayCfg[1].EnTB
SchedDayCfg[2].EnTB
SchedDayCfg[3].EnTB
SchedDayCfg[4].EnTB
SchedDayCfg[5].EnTB
Access
R
R
R
R
R
R
RW
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
Description
Remote on/off
Thermal DIN status
Level sensor: low level
Level sensor: high level
High level sensor: foam
Unit status On or OFF
Start command from SV (Supervisor)
Maintenance pre-alert (not an alarm)
Shutdown alarm
Resettable alarm
Warning
Autotest alarm
High conductivity alarm
Level sensor broken alarm
Thermal overload alarm
No water alarm
Low production alarm
Main probe fault alarm
Limit probe fault alarm
NTC preheating probe fault alarm
High humidity alarm
Low humidity alarm
High humidity limit alarm
Foam alarm
Periodical maintenance request
Cylinder full alarm
Conductivity probe fault alarm
High conductivity warning
Retain memory damaged warning
Autotest warning
Level sensor warning
Low production warning
Wireless probe 1 offline
Wireless probe 2 offline
Wireless probe 3 offline
Wireless probe 4 offline
Model not configured
Active alarm on unit 1
Active alarm on unit 2
Active alarm on unit 3
Active alarm on unit 4
Active alarm on unit 5
Active alarm on unit 6
Active alarm on unit 7
Active alarm on unit 8
Active alarm on unit 9
Active alarm on unit 10
Active alarm on unit 11
Active alarm on unit 12
Active alarm on unit 13
Active alarm on unit 14
Active alarm on unit 15
Active alarm on unit 16
Active alarm on unit 17
Active alarm on unit 18
Active alarm on unit 19
Active alarm on unit 20
Wireless probe 1: Low battery level alarm
Wireless probe 2: Low battery level alarm
Wireless probe 3: Low battery level alarm
Wireless probe 4: Low battery level alarm
Wireless probe fault (main group)
Wireless probe fault (limit group)
Scheduler: Enable band 1
Scheduler: Enable band 2
Scheduler: Enable band 3
Scheduler: Enable band 4
Scheduler: Enable band 5
Scheduler: Enable band 6
Category
I/O
On/Off
Alarms
Alarms
Scheduler
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12. WIRELESS PROBES, INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION
12.1 Type of installation and wireless probe
electrical connections
Wireless probes are available for systems where standard wired probes
cannot be used, for example modifications to existing installations. An
Access Point (CAREL P/N: WS01AB2M20) is used to connect up to four
wireless probes.
Recommended Carel wireless probes are the room (WS01G01M00) or
industrial versions (WS01F01M00), both of which measure humidity
and temperature. The type of installation is shown in the figure below
(referring to four wireless room probes):
Key:
1.
2.
3.
4.
2
HeaterSteam humidifier;
humidifier/Access Point connection;
Access Point (WS01AB2M20);
Wireless probes for measuring
temperature and humidity (WS01G01M00
or WS01F01M00).
4
3
1
Fig. 12.b
The address to be used by the Access Point is set using the dipswitches
on the device, and is the following:
HeaterSteam/Access point connection:
To connect the humidifier to the access point, use the Fieldbus
connection on terminal M3 (M3.1: Tx/Rx-, M3.2: Tx/Rx+, M3.3: GND):
Dipswitch
L1 L2 L3
DIP:
Access Serial port baud rate
Point add.
(Bit/S) N82
1 2 3 4
2
19200
OFF ON OFF ON
Rx+ GND
DIP 1-2-3Rx-selezione
indirizzo di rete
1 2 3 4 DIP 4+ selezione
- - + baud
G di rete
T1
Fig. 12.c
Note: the devices have a range of around a hundred metres in a free
space, i.e. without any obstacles. In a closed space, the range varies
considerably depending on the type of environment and the surrounding
objects (shelves, metal partition walls etc.).
This assigns the address 2 to the Access Point, with a baud rate (Bit/sec)
of 19200 (N82). The addresses of the four serial probes, on the other hand,
must be set as shown in the table below:
Address
If installing multiple wireless probes, the controller will calculate the
weighted average between the various probe readings, depending on
the settings made by the user and the defined probe groups. Also see
paragraph 7.4.3 Wireless probes. The controller also displays (locally only)
the battery and signal level for each probe (screen index D05-D08).
Probe 1
Probe 2
Probe 3
Probe 4
The table below shows the part numbers and descriptions of the Carel
devices that can be used:
P/N
WS01F01M00
Model
SI Probe
Features
Temperature/
humidity for
industrial use
Power supply
Battery
WS01G01M00
SA probe
Room
temperature/
humidity
Battery
WS01AB2M20
Access
Point
16
17
18
19
1
0
1
0
1
2
0
0
1
1
3
0
0
0
0
Dipswitch
4
5
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
6
0
0
0
0
7
0
0
0
0
8
0
0
0
0
Tab. 12.l
Remember to verify the quality of the wireless signal between the Access
Point and each wireless probe.
For a complete description of the installation procedure, see the Carel
manual on the corresponding probes and Access Point.
To configure the probes, go the screens: Ec03, Ec04, Ec05, Ec06 and Ec07,
described in paragraph 7.4.3 “Wireless probes”.
In particular, screen Ec03 is used to enable the wireless probes connected
to the Access Point, knowing that addresses 16, 17, 18 and 19 are Probe 1,
Probe 2, Probe 3 and Probe 4 respectively.
Wireless gate- 12/24 Vac/dc ±10%
way ZigBee™ – 100 mA; 50/60 Hz;
RS485 ModBus Use a Class II safety
transformer with
minimum power
rating of 2 VA. A 12
Vac transformer is
recommended
Address: 16
Address: 17
Address: 18
Address: 19
Tab. 12.k
12.2 Wireless probe installation
The main steps for installing the wireless devices are:
• power up the Access Point (12/24 Vac/dc ±10%m, 100mA) and
complete the initialisation procedure, creating the network and
selecting the channel;
• after having opened the domain on the Access Point, complete the
binding procedure so as to uniquely identify each probe.
Note: the wireless probes are managed on the heaterSteam
titanium version.
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13. ALARM TABLE
The following table shows the alarms that can be displayed by the controller, with the corresponding description, causes and possible solutions.
Alarm
Autotest failed
alarm
Cause
Probable problems with:
feedwater, level control, fill solenoid
valve
Possible solution
Make sure that the unit receives water
Switch the unit off and clean the level control and the fill
valve
Note: check the alarm log for any
warnings relating to the events that
generated the alarm (autotest warning,
level sensor warning, low production
warning)
High conductivity High water conductivity warning
Check feedwater conductivity
warning
If necessary, feature a suitable water treatment system
The problem cannot be solved by softening the feedwater
High conductivity High feedwater conductivity alarm
Switch the unit off and clean the electrodes that measure the
alarm
water conductivity
If the problem persists, change the origin of the feedwater or
feature a suitable treatment system (demineralisation, even
partial)
The problem cannot be solved by softening the feedwater
Level sensor
The level sensor may not be working
Switch the unit off and clean the cylinder, the level sensor
malfunction alarm correctly
and the fill solenoid valve
Check correct water supply to the cylinder
Motor protector
The PTC probes in the heaters have
Manually reset the Klixon
alarm
measured an excess temperature
The problem depends on operation without water or excessiKlixon activated
ve scale on the surface of the heaters
Switch the unit off and, when it has cooled down, clean the
cylinder, the heaters and the level control, making sure the
components are intact
Check that the electrical and water connections are in order
and that the unit is powered correctly
It may be necessary to replace the PTC sensors
No water alarm
No feedwater
Check that the supply pipe to the humidifier and the internal
tubing are not blocked or choked and that there is enough
pressure (0.1-0.8 MPa, 1-8 bars)
Check operation of the fill solenoid valve
Check that there is not excessive back-pressure in the steam
outlet, preventing water from entering the cylinder due to
gravity
Check that the steam outlet pipe is not choked or that there
are no pockets of condensate
Check that the level sensor is working correctly, clean if
necessary
Low production
Input power not available; with the unit With the unit off and disconnected from the mains power
alarm
on, there is no steam production or
supply, check that there are no defective or faulty electrical
water preheating;
connections
Float blocked in high level position.
Check electrical continuity of the heaters
Clean the level sensor
Main probe broken Main room probe not connected or
Check probe connection and the type of control selected
or disconnected
damaged
alarm
Limit probe broken Limit probe or second probe not con- Check probe connection and the type of control selected the
or disconnected
nected or damaged
type of control choice
alarm
Pre-heating probe NTC water temperature probe not
Check preheating operation and the settings of the paramebroken or discon- connected or damaged
ters on screen eb02;
nected alarm
High humidity/
High humidity in the room (high tempera- Check operation of the probe and the limits set on screen c01
temperature
ture with temperature control)
warning
Low humidity
Low humidity in the room
Check operation of the probe and the limits set on screen c01
warning
High limit humidity High humidity at outlet
Check the operation of the outlet limit probe
warning
Foam warning
Entrainment of foam in the cylinder
The entrainment of foam is generally due to the presence
during boiling
of surfactants in the water (lubricants, solvents, detergents,
water treatment or softening agents) or an excessive concentration of dissolved salts.
Purge the feedwater lines
Clean the cylinder
Maintenance pre- Planned maintenance reminder
Stop the unit and carry out complete maintenance on the
alert
humidifier, then reset the “cylinder operating hours” counter
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Reset
Restart required
Alarm relay
Closed
Manually reset the Open
warning
Action
Total
shutdown
Signal only
Restart
required
Closed
Restart required
Closed
Total
shutdown
Stop - restart
required
Closed
Total
shutdown
Manual/ Automatic
Closed
Stop
production
Manual
Closed
Stop
production
Manual
Closed
Stop
production
Manual
Closed
Stop
production
Automatic
Closed
Stop
production
Automatic
Open
Signal only
Automatic
Open
Signal only
Automatic
Open
Signal only
Automatic
Open
Signal only
Automatic (reset
operating hours)
Open
Signal only.
Shutdown
unit in
relation of
the water
hardness.
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Alarm
Cylinder full
warning
Cause
Cylinder full of water to the high level
sensor on the cover, without humidification request
Conductivity meter
warning
Controller memory
damaged warning
Wireless probe 1
offline
Wireless probe 2
offline
Wireless probe 3
offline
Wireless probe 4
offline
No model
Conductivity meter not connected or
damaged
Problem in the electronic controller
Network alarm on
unit 1
Network alarm on
unit 2
Network alarm on
unit 3
Network alarm on
unit 4
Network alarm on
unit 5
Network alarm on
unit 6
Network alarm on
unit 7
Network alarm on
unit 8
Network alarm on
unit 9
Network alarm on
unit 10
Network alarm on
unit 11
Network alarm on
unit 12
Network alarm on
unit 13
Network alarm on
unit 14
Network alarm on
unit 15
Network alarm on
unit 16
Network alarm on
unit 17
Network alarm on
unit 18
Network alarm on
unit 19
Network alarm on
unit 20
Wireless probe 1
battery
Wireless probe 2
battery
Wireless probe 3
battery
Wireless probe 4
battery
Main wireless
probe group not
working
Limit wireless
probe group not
working
Reset
Automatic
Alarm relay
Open
Action
Signal only
Manual
Open
Automatic
Open
Stop
production
Signal only
Automatic
Closed
Signal only
Automatic
Closed
Signal only
Automatic
Closed
Signal only
Automatic
Closed
Signal only
Automatic when is Closed
selected the model
Automatic
Open
Stop
production
Signal only
Automatic
Open
Signal only
Automatic
Open
Signal only
Automatic
Open
Signal only
Automatic
Open
Signal only
Automatic
Open
Signal only
Automatic
Open
Signal only
Automatic
Open
Signal only
Automatic
Open
Signal only
Automatic
Open
Signal only
Automatic
Open
Signal only
Automatic
Open
Signal only
Automatic
Open
Signal only
Automatic
Open
Signal only
Automatic
Open
Signal only
Automatic
Open
Signal only
Automatic
Open
Signal only
Automatic
Open
Signal only
Automatic
Open
Signal only
Automatic
Open
Signal only
Automatic
Open
Signal only
Battery discharged on wireless probe 2 Check battery charge, replace if necessary;
Automatic
Open
Signal only
Battery discharged on wireless probe 3 Check battery charge, replace if necessary;
Automatic
Open
Signal only
Battery discharged on wireless probe 4 Check battery charge, replace if necessary;
Automatic
Open
Signal only
No communication with probe 1
Possible solution
Check the fill valve for leaks
Check whether the high level sensor is dirty
Check that there is no condensate return along the steam
pipe
Check the connection of the conductivity meter for measuring feedwater conductivity
Replace the controller
Model not set
Check binding between probe and access point, check the
battery. Check the probe signal level.
Check binding between probe and access point, check the
battery. Check the probe signal level.
Check binding between probe and access point, check the
battery. Check the probe signal level.
Check binding between probe and access point, check the
battery. Check the probe signal level.
Set a model
Network unit alarm (see the specified
unit for details)
Network unit alarm (see the specified
unit for details)
Network unit alarm (see the specified
unit for details)
Network unit alarm (see the specified
unit for details)
Network unit alarm (see the specified
unit for details)
Network unit alarm (see the specified
unit for details)
Network unit alarm (see the specified
unit for details)
Network unit alarm (see the specified
unit for details)
Network unit alarm (see the specified
unit for details)
Network unit alarm (see the specified
unit for details)
Network unit alarm (see the specified
unit for details)
Network unit alarm (see the specified
unit for details)
Network unit alarm (see the specified
unit for details)
Network unit alarm (see the specified
unit for details)
Network unit alarm (see the specified
unit for details)
Network unit alarm (see the specified
unit for details)
Network unit alarm (see the specified
unit for details)
Network unit alarm (see the specified
unit for details)
Network unit alarm (see the specified
unit for details)
Network unit alarm (see the specified
unit for details)
Battery discharged on wireless probe 1
Carry out the checks based on the alarm displayed on the
unit in question
Carry out the checks based on the alarm displayed on the
unit in question
Carry out the checks based on the alarm displayed on the
unit in question
Carry out the checks based on the alarm displayed on the
unit in question
Carry out the checks based on the alarm displayed on the
unit in question
Carry out the checks based on the alarm displayed on the
unit in question
Carry out the checks based on the alarm displayed on the
unit in question
Carry out the checks based on the alarm displayed on the
unit in question
Carry out the checks based on the alarm displayed on the
unit in question
Carry out the checks based on the alarm displayed on the
unit in question
Carry out the checks based on the alarm displayed on the
unit in question
Carry out the checks based on the alarm displayed on the
unit in question
Carry out the checks based on the alarm displayed on the
unit in question
Carry out the checks based on the alarm displayed on the
unit in question
Carry out the checks based on the alarm displayed on the
unit in question
Carry out the checks based on the alarm displayed on the
unit in question
Carry out the checks based on the alarm displayed on the
unit in question
Carry out the checks based on the alarm displayed on the
unit in question
Carry out the checks based on the alarm displayed on the
unit in question
Carry out the checks based on the alarm displayed on the
unit in question
Check battery charge, replace if necessary;
No communication with probe 2
No communication with probe 3
No communication with probe 4
All the main probes wireless are not
operate
Check probe connections and binding to the access point
Stop - automatic
Closed
Stop
production
All the limit probes wireless are not
operate
Check probe connections and binding to the access point
Stop - automatic
Closed
Stop
production
Tab. 13.a
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14. SPARE PARTS AND MAINTENANCE
Exploded view models UR002- UR013
code
UR 2
N. description
UR 4
power connection protection cover
(single package)
16 boiler cover kit
2 PTC probe (single package)
4 PTC probe wiring terminal board kit
URKCR00020
1
URKCOPC02S
URKPTCS020
URKTB00000
heater kit Titanium (single package)
208V: URKH03T501 208V: URKH03T503
230V:
URKH03T504
230V:
URKH03T502
heater kit Incoloy (single package)
-
230V:
URKH03I404
230V:
-
URKH03I402
URKBR00000
no. of kit for single UR
UR 2 / UR 4
1
1
1
1
3
5
6
heater counter-flange
heater gasket
heater
3
5
7
heater counter-flange
heater gasket
heater
cover closure strip
1
8
12
9
10
15
14
11
13
boiler cover gasket
drain pump manifold o-ring
boiler filter kit
NTC probe kit
steel boiler kit
boiler fastening bracket
Lime collection bag
Boiler thermal cover
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
water circuit kit
URKG20000M
UEKF000020
URKNTC0000
URKB100020
URKBLOCK20
URKBAG3000
URKTI10000
Tab. 14.a
where not indicated “single package), the kits comprise the quantity of parts needed for the specific machine
code
UR 6 - 1~
UR 6 - 3~
UR 10 - 3 ~
UR 13 - 3 ~
no. of kit for single UR
UR6 UR6 UR10 UR13
1~ 3~ 3~ 3~
power connection protective
cover (single package)
16 boiler cover kit
2 PTC probe (single package)
PTC probe wiring terminal
4
board kit
URKCR00020
1
URKCOPC02M
URKPTCS020
N. description
URKTB00000
3
1
3
1
heater kit Titanium (single package)
230V: URKH03T502
400V: URKH03T502
460V: URKH03T501
575V: URKH03T500
3 heater counter-flange
5 heater gasket
230V: URKH03I400 230V: URKH03I400 230V: URKH03I401 230V: URKH03I402
400V: URKH03I400 400V: URKH03I401 400V: URKH03I402
460V: URKH03I404 460V: URKH03I401
-
3 heater counter-flange
5 heater gasket
3
6 heater
7 cover closure strip
1
208V: URKH03T504 208V: URKH03T504
230V: URKH03T500 230V: URKH03T500
400V: URKH03T500
-
208V: URKH03T502
230V: URKH03T500
400V: URKH03T500
460V: URKH03T504
-
3
6 heater
heater kit Incoloy (single package)
URKBR00000
water circuit kit
URKG20000M
Fig. 14.a
UEKF000020
URKNTC0000
URKB100020
URKBLOCK20
URKBAG3000
URKTI10000
8
12
9
10
15
14
11
13
boiler cover gasket
drain pump manifold o-ring
boiler filter kit
NTC probe kit
steel boiler kit
boiler fastening bracket
Lime collection bag
Boiler thermal cover
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Tab. 14.b
where not indicated “single package”, the kits comprise the quantity of parts needed for the specific machine
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Exploded view models UR002- UR080
UR 20
code
UR 27
UR 40
URKCR10020
1
URKCOP3020
URKPTCL020
URKCOP4020
URKTB00000
N. description
4
2
13
no. of kit for single UR
UR20 UR27 UR40
power connection protective
cover (single package)
boiler cover
PTC probe (single package)
PTC probe wiring
terminal board kit
3
6
1
3
1
6
1
2
3
6
3
6
heater kit Titanium (single package)
208V: URKH03T506
230V: URKH03T505
400V: URKH03T505
460V: URKH03T508
575V: URKH03T507
230V: URKH03T506
400V: URKH03T506 400V: URKH03T505
460V: URKH03T505 460V: URKH03T508
575V: URKH03T509 575V: URKH03T507
14 heater counter-flange
5 heater gasket
7 heater
heater kit Incoloy (single package)
230V: URKH03I405
400V: URKH03I405
460V: URKH03I408
-
230V: URKH03I406
400V: URKH03I406
460V: URKH03I405
-
400V: URKH03I405
460V: URKH03I408
-
14 heater counter-flange
5 heater gasket
7 heater
water circuit kit
6
15
10
8
9
12
11
3
URKG2000XL
URKF0000XL
URKNTC0000
URKB400020
URKTI40000
URKFLAN020
URKFS00000
boiler cover gasket
utilities flage gasket
boiler filter kit
NTC probe kit
steel boiler kit
Boiler thermal cover
kit of utilities flange with gasket
ani-foam sensor kit
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Tab. 14.c
where not indicated “(single package)”, the kits comprise the quantity of parts needed for the specific machine
UR 53
URKCOP5020
Fig. 14.b
code
UR 60
UR 80
N. description
URKCR10020
1
URKCOP8020
URKPTCL020
4
2
URKTB00000
13
power connection protective
cover (single package)
boiler cover
PTC probe (single package)
PTC probe wiring terminal board
kit
no. of kit for single UR
UR53 UR60 UR80
2
3
1
6
9
2
3
14 heater counter-flange
5 heater gasket
7 heater
6
9
14 heater counter-flange
5 heater gasket
7 heater
6
9
heater kit Titanium (single package)
400V: URKH03T506 400V: URKH03T505 400V: URKH03T506
460V: URKH03T505 460V: URKH03T508 460V: URKH03T505
575V: URKH03T509 575V: URKH03T507 575V: URKH03T509
heater kit Incoloy (single package)
400V: URKH03I406
460V: URKH03I405
-
400V: URKH03I405 400V: URKH03I406
460V: URKH03I408 460V: URKH03I405
-
-
water kit
URKG200XXL
URKF0000XL
URKNTC0000
URKB600020
URKTI60000
URKFLAN020
URKFS00000
6
15
10
8
9
12
11
3
boiler cover gasket
utilities flage gasket
boiler filter kit
NTC probe kit
steel boiler kit
Boiler thermal cover
kit of utilities flange with gasket
ani-foam sensor kit
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Tab. 14.d
where not indicated “(single package)”, the kits comprise the quantity of parts needed for the specific machine
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Other water parts
Important warning: do not use detergents or solvents to clean
the plastic components. To remove the deposits use a 20% acetic
acid solution, then rinse thoroughly with water.
Water UR 2-13 kg/h
code
1
9
UR 2 - 4
10
UR 6 - 13
position description
fill tank kit
KITFD11211
3
KITVC10011
2
4
10
11
5
fill tank
conduction meter
drain tempering solenoid valve
(for the models equipped with it)
fill solenoid valve (*)
level control
compensation pipes
cable
drain pump
6
7
8
10
drain pipe
overflow pipe
feed pipe
compensation pipes
12
drain tempering pipe
(for the models equipped with it)”
UEKVASC100
4
6
11
7
10
URKSL00004
8
2
URKDRAIN01
1
9
water pipes kit
12
3
URKT00002M
5
URKTDT002M
(only for drain
temperng)
URKTDT002M
(only for drain
temperng)
Tab. 14.e
where not indicated “(single package)”, the kits comprise the quantity of parts needed
for the specific machine
* not available if the unit is drain tempering equipped
Fig. 14.c
Water UR 20-80 kg/h
code
UR 20 - 40
UR 53 - 80
URKDH00020
KITVC00040
KITVC00100
8
URKDTV0000
4
1
URKSL00004
9
URKPS00020
2
position
1
3
description
4
8
9
5
drain column kit
fill solenoid valve
drain tempering solenoid valve
(for the models equipped with it)
level control
compensation pipes
cable
drain pump
6
7
8
10
drain pipe
feed pipe
compensation pipe
conduction meter
2
water pipes kit
8
URKT0002XL
6
URKT002XXL
KITCN00000
Tab. 14.f
3
10
5
7
Fig. 14.d
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Electric components
11
1
1
3
2
8
7
6
4
5
12
10
9
Fig. 14.e
UR2-10
UR13
400-460V
575V 3ph
UR20
208-230V 400-460V
3ph
575V 3ph
code
UR27
400-460V
230V 3ph
575V 3ph
UR40
UR53-60
UR80
460V -575V 400-460V 400-460V N. description
3ph
575V 3ph 575V 3ph
URKKL20000
1 Thermal protection kit SSR (klixon)
URKSSR1020
URKSSR3000
URKSSR4000 2 Solid state relay (SSR) (single package)
THP00A0000
3 Motor protector (safety thermostat)
URKCONT200 URKCONT200 URKCONT200 URKCONT400 URKCONT200 URKCONT300 URKCONT200 URKCONT400 URKCONT400 URKCONT300 URKCONT300 4 Contactor
URKFH20000
URKFH20000
5 Fuse holder base
UEKTR30000
6 Transformer
heatSteam: URH00000P3 - heaterSteam titanium: URH00000T3
7 Main control board
URKREL2400
URKREL2400
8 Pump relay
URKFANS000
URKFANL200
9 Fan
HTC1RHW000
HTC1RHF000
10 Electronic controller
URKKL00000
11 Boiler head safety thermostat (klixon)
URKCFAN000
12 fan control board
ALL
UR13
230V
3ph
400 3ph
Tab. 14.g
Pump relay URKREL2300 = drain tempering valve relay version 3
14.1 Maintenance
Maintenance interventions on the humidifier should be carried out by
CAREL Support Service or by specifically qualified staff.
Non-routine maintenance is carried upon every time scheduled
maintenance request (code “CL” on display). Therefore, it is necessary to
perform complete maintenance of the humidifier and reset the hour
counter.
Important: before proceeding with any operation:
• cut off the power supply setting the master switch of the machine to
“OFF”;
• close the shut-off valve of the water supply line.
• ON/OFF swithc on the device cuts off power to electronic circuit only,
14.3 Maintenance frequency
Maintenance frequency depends on the amount of water and steam
generated.
not to other electrical parts!
Tap water
14.2 Maintenance operations
Water hardness
Daily operating hours
No. of maintenance/ year
Routine maintenance of humidifiers using tap water provides:
1. cleaning all the parts that come into contact with water:
a. fill solenoid valve (and the drain tempering solenoid valve for
models where featured);
b. fill/drain group:
c. drain pump;
d. heaters;
e. feedwater tank (models UR002-UR013), filter and scale collection
bag;
f. level sensor.
2. boiler gasket replacement.
15…25 °f
8…10
2
25…40 °f
8…10
3
Tab. 14.h
Demineralised water
The use of demineralised water minimises maintenances times.
Note: we recommend you carry out non/routine maintenance at
least once a year, regardless of the operating hours and the data
shown on the hour counter.
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i. to replace the heaters (see paragraph 6.7 “Replacing the parts”);
j. clean the heaters;
k. remove the filter collection basket from the bottom of the cylinder:
14.4 Maintenance of the cylinder-boiler
This operation is necessary as the lime deposits that form inhibit the
exchange of heat between the heating elements and the water.
rinse it and clean it with a soft brush;
Warning:
• do not use detergents or solvents to clean the components in the
boiler and all other plumbing;
• the boiler may be hot! Wait for the boiler to cool down before touching
it or use safety gloves.
To access the boiler:
• shut down the device and open the breaker of the power supply line;
• open and remove the front panel (see chapt. 1).
• completely empty the boiler from water (see the “Shutdown” section);
Models UR002-UR013 (refer to the following figures):
Fig. 14.h
l.
clean the anti-adhesive film that may be present on the inner walls of
the boiler (see paragraph 6.7 “Replacing the parts”);
m. clean and remove the lime from the boiler and reinsert the film
(where needed);
n. after you have completed the maintenance interventions, reinstall
the boiler following the operations described above reversely.
Models UR020-UR080:
a. loosen the screws (Figure 6.i);
!
Fig. 14.f
a. loosen the fastening strap and remove the steam pipe (1);
b. from the boiler cover, remove the pressure compensation pipe (2)
connected to the level control;
c. loosen the fastening strap (3) and tilt the boiler outwards.
d. remove the heater protection cover (4), loosen the fastening nuts
Fig. 14.i
and remove the electrical cables. Also unscrew the screw on the
earth wire (6);
e. disconnect the probe connector from the partition;
f. remove the boiler. Place it on a surface resistant to the water;
g. open the cylinder: unscrew the screw and the nut (5);
h. lift the cover that the heaters are fastened to, and remove it from the
cylinder;
b. unthread the top panel and remove it;
1
Fig. 14.j
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c. loosen the seal strip and remove the steam pipe (1);
1
5
3
B
2
C
4
Fig. 14.n
p. rinse the inner walls of the boiler and remove the lime using a soft
brush;
q. reinstall the boiler and repeat the previously described operations
reversely; please remind to secure the grounding screws.
For power connections please refer to the wiring diagrams of the heaters
next to the heads.
7
I
A
8
Fig. 14.k
Scale collection bag (optional - only unit 2-13 kg)
On the inner wall of the boiler is present (depending on model) a film
made in anti-adhesive material that prevents lime from adhering to the
inner walls of the same. For cleaning and replacement:
• remove the boiler cover following the steps given in the previous
section;
• slowly remove the film towards boiler inlet, without forcing it to avoid
damaging the same;
• open the film after having released the click-on couplings;
• clean with water and use a plastic brush, if necessary; replace it if
damaged;
• clean the boiler and remove lime;
• rewind the film on itself by hooking the click-on couplings and reinsert
it into the boiler.
Cleaning the heaters
After you have removed the limestone that detached more easily,
immerse the heaters for almeno 30 minutes in a lukewarm solution of
20% acetic acid, using a non-metallic spatula to remove the surface
deposits that are still present. Rinse thoroughly; are plates are coated with
anti-adhesive film.
d. disconnect level gauge connector (2);
e. from the boiler cover, remove the pressure compensation pipe (3)
connected to the level control;
remove the cover that protects the heaters (5), loosen the fastening
nuts and remove the wires and the ground cable (6);.
g. disconnect the probe connector and remove the NTC probe from
the well (4);
h. remove the screw (A) and the screws of the rear fastening bracket (B);
i. remove the boiler sliding it onto the guides (8);
j. remove the outer insulating mattress (7);
k. unscrew and remove the nuts (9) to raise the cover and remove it
from the boiler;
f.
9
14.5 Feed/drain tempering solenoid valve
UR002-UR013
After having disconnected the cables and the pipes, remove the feed
solenoid valve (V2) and check the cleanliness condition of the inlet filter,
cleaning it if necessary using water and a soft brush. Carry out the same
operations on “drain tempering” valve (V1); (if featured, depending on the
model).
Z
Fig. 14.l
Fig. 14.m
V1
l.
V1
to replace the heaters refer to the (see paragraph 6.7 “Replacing the
parts”);
m. clean the heaters;
n. the heaters (R) can also be cleaned without unmounting the
top cover; this can be achieved by removing the front flange and
loosening the fastening nuts (Z);
o. now remove the flange with the filter (C);
V2
V2
Fig. 14.o
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14.6 Fill tank
Note: for sizes 002 - 013, spacers are featured between the heaters
to guarantee correct positioning. Release the spacers to remove the
heaters. After cleaning, reposition the spacers.
UR002-UR013
Check that there are no blockages or solid particles in the tank (V)
and that the conductivity measuring electrodes are clean; remove any
impurities and rinse.
PTC temperature sensor
The PTC sensors (one for each heating element) do not require regular
maintenance; they should only be replaced if the safety thermostat is
activated due to operation without water: in fact, the intervention of
just one PTC will cause the control module to shut-down operation. To
replace them, remove the boiler (models UR002-UR013) or the top panel
of the humidifier (models UR020-UR080) as explained in the previous
paragraphs and then:
• remove the covers that protect the heaters;
• disconnect the terminals of the PTC sensor from the terminal block,
remove it from probe housing and replace it;
• insert the new sensor and restore wiring.
V
Fig. 14.q
Note: the sensor should be inserted until it reaches the limit
switch.
14.7 Replacing the parts
Fuses (auxiliary circuits)
These measure 10.3 x 38 mm and are housed in the fuse cartridge; to
check the state of the fuses, check their continuity using a tester. Use the
fuses as specified in the table.
UR*03
models
UR002UR080
Fuses F1-F2 transformer power supply
Fuse F3 pump protection
Fuse F4 transformer secondary
URKFUSE300 (1 A GL, 10.3 x 38)
UEKFUSE400 (4 A AT 5 x 20 ceramic)
Tab. 14.i
UR*U3
models
UR002UR080
Fuses F1-F2 transformer power supply
Fuse F3 pump protection
Fuse F4 transformer secondary
URKFUSE100 (1 A GL, 10.3 x 38)
UEKFUSE400 (4 A AT 5 x 20 ceramic)
6
Tab. 14.j
8
Fig. 14.s
Heater fuses (humidifiers versioni UR*U3)
Dimension of fast fuses 27x60 housed in fuse carrier bases that can be
selected. Check their continuity using a tester.
NTC temperature sensor
The NTC temperature sensor is located in probe housing (P) outside the
boiler, under the insulation (where featured, depending on the model).
models
Fuses F5 - F6 - F7
Fuses F8 - F9 - F10
Fuses F11 F12 - F13
UR027
(230V 3 ph)
UR053
(400V 3ph)
(460V 3ph)
UR060
(400V 3ph)
(460V 3ph)
40 A, GG
(KTK)
40 A, GG
(KTK)
40 A, GG
(KTK)
40 A, GG
(KTK)
50 A, GG
(KTK)
40 A, GG
(KTK)
not used
not used
not used
UR080
(400V 3ph)
(460V 3ph)
(575V 3ph)
40 A, GG
(KTK)
40 A, GG
(KTK)
40 A, GG
(KTK)
P
3
Tab. 14.k
Fuse
40 A, GG (KTK)
50 A, GG (KTK)
Fuse code
URKFUSE700
URKFUSE800
Heaters
To replace the heaters, unmount them removing the fastening nut (D) on
the cover; in this case it is advisable to replace the seal (G).
Fig. 14.t
Fig. 14.u
• disconnect the terminals of NTC sensor from the terminal block (8),
'
remove it from probe housing and replace it;
*
8
Fig. 14.v
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Drain pump
Models UR002-UR013
Procedure:
• remove the boiler as shown in par. 6.4;
• identify the drain pump on the base of the humidifier, unthread the 3
screws (V) and remove it;
• check the condition of gasket (G) and replace it, if required.
In this case, check:
• if an SSR thermal breaker has been triggered;
• that the controller supplies 24 Vac to the fan. On models U002-UR013
a 24 Vdc rectifier card is used to power the fan.
F
G
V
Fig. 14.w
Models UR020-UR080
Procedure:
• unthread the 2 screws (V), remove the cover (C) and the drain pump;
• Check the condition of gasket (G) and replace it, if required.
C
)
Fig. 14.ab
V
G
Fig. 14.ac
If the fan is faulty:
Models UR002-UR013:
• replace it after having unthreaded the fastening screws;
Models UR020-UR080:
• unscrew the 4 fastening screws placed on the right side of the
structural work and extract the fan from the inside of the panel.
In case of malfunction, the thermal switch can be replaced unscrewing
the fastening screws.
Note:
Fig. 14.x
Fig. 14.y
• for models UR002-UR013 the fan is of suction type;
• for models UR020-UR080 the fan is of exhaust type.
Solid state relay (SSR)
The solid state relays (number depending on the model) can be damaged
in two ways: by short-circuit or burn-out. With regard to power supply,
the possible consequences are: continuous conduction or permanent
opening. In the event of malfunctioning, check the conduction of the
relay using a tester.
14.8 Mechanical discharge of water in the
cylinder
Discharge by gravity without turning on the humidifier is recommended if:
• the humidifier is out of order
• it is required to empty the cylinder without turning on the humidifier.
Procedure:
• make sure the humidifier is not powered;
• remove the front panel;
• enable the mechanical device located below the cylinder (A).
Models UR002-UR013
Fig. 14.z
A
Fig. 14.aa
Fan
SSR relays are cooled by a fan. This is located at the base of the humidifier,
for models UR002-UR013; at the top right of the unit for models UR020UR080. With insufficient ventilation the temperature of the electrical
panel may rise excessively until it reaches 65°C. Power to the solid-state
relays is cut off by a special Klixon (heat sensor) with manual reset (see the
wiring diagram), without signalling the intervention.
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15. WIRING DIAGRAMS
15.1 Wiring diagram UR002-UR004 single-phase 208 V / 230 V - version U
FV
Terminal Board
Motor Protector
Fast coupling
Contactor
Level gauge
Sensor terminal block
Primary circuit fuses
Drain pump safety fuse
Secondary circuit fuse
Infeed valve
Heater temperature sensor
Transformer
Drain pump
High level electrodes
Conductivity meter electrodes
Manual switch
Electrical resistor
Solid state relay
Fan control board
Fan
Drain tempering relay
Drain tempering valve
Water temperature sensor
Power for fan blower (24Vac)
LLC
J3.1 BLUE
J3.5 PURPLE
ALARM RELAY
C NC NO
3
2
2
M5
1
2
1
6
5
2
M1
1
4
J20
3
2
3
M12
1
2
1
2
1
J21 J23
RD
K
2
R1
E
G
GO
2
M8
1
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2
1
F2
F1
POWER
SUPPLY
K
L2 PE
L1
SSR1
2
SSR2
S1
TO
DP
F3
N.A. RD
TR
F4
TS
EXTERNAL SIGNALS
8
M2
4
2
3
M9
1
5
6
J16
7
1
1 2 3 4 5
2
1
2
1
J17L
LS
LS
CS
CS
J17C
TO LEVEL
SENSOR
J3
2 1
NTC
NTC
PURPLE
RED
YELLOW
BLUE
{
2
M3
3
1
J18
BRIDGING CONNECTION
1
2
1
M1
M2
RS+K
RS-
2 1
F
0
RDA2
RDA1
KA2
KA1
EVF
EVF
J24
1
M6
1
2
X1
J19
J19.1
24
{
+
FSB
-
FAN
M1 M2 S1 S2
X1 X2
THP
T1 T2
QC1
TO RD
-C
NTC
STEAM BOILER
E
R1
PTC1
F
DP
LS
J3.4 RED
J3.2 YELLOW
ST
TB
THP
QC1
K
LLC
ST
F1 - F2
F3
F4
FV
PTC
TR
DP
LS
CS
MS
R
SSR1-2
FSB
FAN
RDT
DT
NTC
X1-X2
CS
DT
* To be carried out by the installer
ENG
15.2 Wiring diagram UR002-UR004 single-phase 230 V - version 0
* To be carried out by the installer
FV
CS
TB
THP
QC1
K
LLC
ST
F1 - F2
F3
F4
FV
PTC
TR
DP
LS
LLC
J3.1 BLUE
J3.5 PURPLE
R1
PTC1
F
DP
LS
J3.4 RED
J3.2 YELLOW
Terminal Board
Motor Protector
Fast coupling
Contactor
Level gauge
Sensor terminal block
Primary circuit fuses
Drain pump safety fuse
Secondary circuit fuse
Infeed valve
Heater temperature sensor
Transformer
Drain pump
High level electrodes
Conductivity meter electrodes
Manual switch
Electrical resistor
Solid state relay
Fan control board
Fan
Water temperature sensor
Power for fan blower (24Vac)
Power for drain tempering
kit (24Vac)
TO RD
-C
MS
R
SSR1-2
FSB
FAN
NTC
X1-X2
QC1
ST
NTC
STEAM BOILER
E
CS
ALARM RELAY
C NC NO
3
2
2
M5
1
2
1
6
5
2
M1
1
4
J20
3
2
3
M12
1
2
1
1
2
M1
M2
RS+K
RS-
2 1
2
M8
1
2
M9
EXTERNAL SIGNALS
8
7
5
3
4
M2
6
J16
F2
F1
POWER
SUPPLY
C
L1
SSR1
L2 PE
K
S1
TO
DP
F3
N.A. RD
TR
F4
1
2
1
2
1
J17C
LS
LS
CS
CS
J17L
2
1 2 3 4 5
J3
NTC
NTC
PURPLE
RED
YELLOW
BLUE
2 1
TO LEVEL
SENSOR
1
2
M3
3
1
J18
BRIDGING CONNECTION
1
2
J21 J23
RD
K
2
R1
E
1
G
GO
{
F
0
RDA2
RDA1
KA2
KA1
EVF
EVF
J24
1
M6
1
2
X1
J19
X3 X4
J19.1
24
{
FAN
+ FSB
M1 M2
S1 S2
X1 X2
THP
T1 T2
X3-X4
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15.3 Wiring diagram UR006 single-phase 208 V / 230 V - version U
FV
J3.1 BLUE
J3.5 PURPLE
R1
PTC1
B C
R2
PTC2
DP
DE
R3
PTC3
F
LS
LLC
J3.4 RED
J3.2 YELLOW
TO RD
-C
ALARM RELAY
C NC NO
3
2
2
M5
1
2
J24
1
6
5
2
M1
1
4
J20
3
G
GO
2
3
M12
1
2
1
1
2
M1
M2
RS+K
RS-
2 1
2
M8
6
5
M2
4
2
3
M9
1
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1
F2
F1
POWER
SUPPLY
K
L2 PE
L1
SSR1
SSR2
S1
TO
DP
F3
N.A. RD
TR
F4
2
2
J17L
1
2
1
J17C
LS
LS
CS
CS
EXTERNAL SIGNALS
8
7
1
J16
J3
1 2 3 4 5
2 1
TO LEVEL
SENSOR
NTC
NTC
PURPLE
RED
YELLOW
BLUE
{
2
M3
3
1
J18
BRIDGING CONNECTION
1
2
J21 J23
RD
K
B
A
E
RDA2
RDA1
KA2
KA1
EVF
EVF
2
R1
F
1
0
R2
1
M6
1
J19
2
C
D
J19.1
X1
24
{
R3
FSB
+ -
FAN
M1 M2
S1 S2
X1 X2
THP
T1 T2
QC1
STEAM BOILER
NTC
A
Terminal Board
Motor Protector
Fast coupling
Contactor
Level gauge
Sensor terminal block
Primary circuit fuses
Drain pump safety fuse
Secondary circuit fuse
Infeed valve
Temperature sensor
PTC1…3
heater 1…3
TR
Transformer
DP
Drain pump
LS
High level electrodes
CS
Conductivity meter electrodes
MS
Manual switch
R1…3
Electric heater 1…3
SSR1…2 Solid state relay
FSB
Fan control board
FAN
Fan
RDT
Drain tempering relay
DT
Drain tempering valve
NTC
Water temperature sensor
X1-X2
Power for fan blower (24Vac)
ST
TB
THP
QC1
K
LLC
ST
F1 - F2
F3
F4
FV
CS
DT
* To be carried out by the installer
ENG
15.4 Wiring diagram UR006 single-phase 230 V - version 0
* To be carried out by the installer
Terminal Board
Motor Protector
Fast coupling
Contactor
Level gauge
Sensor terminal block
Primary circuit fuses
Drain pump safety fuse
Secondary circuit fuse
Infeed valve
Temperature sensor
PTC1…3
heater 1…3
TR
Transformer
DP
Drain pump
LS
High level electrodes
CS
Conductivity meter electrodes
MS
Manual switch
R1…3
Electrical resistor
SSR1…2 Solid state relay
FSB
Fan control board
FAN
Fan
NTC
Water temperature sensor
X1-X2
Power for fan blower (24Vac)
Power for drain tempering
X3-X4
kit (24Vac)
FV
CS
TB
THP
QC1
K
LLC
ST
F1 - F2
F3
F4
FV
J3.1 BLUE
J3.5 PURPLE
PTC2
R2
R1
ALARM RELAY
C NC NO
3
2
2
M5
1
2
J24
1
6
5
2
M1
1
4
J20
3
G
GO
2
3
M12
1
2
M1
M2
RS+K
RS-
1
2
1
1
2
R1
E
RDA2
RDA1
KA2
KA1
EVF
EVF
2 1
2
M8
6
5
M2
4
2
3
M9
1
1
F2
F1
POWER
SUPPLY
C
L1
SSR2
L2 PE
K
S1
TO
DP
F3
N.A. RD
TR
F4
2
2
J17L
1
2
1
J17C
LS
LS
CS
CS
EXTERNAL SIGNALS
8
7
1
J16
J3
1 2 3 4 5
2 1
TO LEVEL
SENSOR
NTC
NTC
PURPLE
RED
YELLOW
BLUE
{
2
M3
3
1
J18
BRIDGING CONNECTION
1
2
J21 J23
K
RD
24
0
F
1
M6
1
J19
2
C
A
X3 X4
D
R3
B
J19.1
X1
{
R2
FSB
+ -
FAN
M1 M2
S1 S2
X1 X2
THP
T1 T2
QC1
ST
NTC
STEAM BOILER
TO RD
-C
E
F A
PTC1
DP
BC
R3
PTC3
D
LS
LLC
J3.4 RED
J3.2 YELLOW
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15.5 Wiring diagram UR006-UR010-UR013 three-phase (208-230-400-460-575 V) - version U
FV
J3.1 BLUE
J3.5 PURPLE
R1
PTC1
B C
R2
PTC2
DP
DE
R3
PTC3
F
LS
LLC
J3.4 RED
J3.2 YELLOW
M1 M2
2
3
M5
1
2
J24
1
6
5
2
M1
1
4
2
1
J21 J23
1
2
3
M12
1
2
3
J20
RD
K
208V - 230V 3F
F
R3
E
G
GO
2
M8
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2
1
F2
F1
POWER SUPPLY
K
PE
L3
L2
L1
SSR2
SSR1
1
2 3
SSR3
S1
TO
DP
F3
N.A. RD
TR
F4
TS
EXTERNAL SIGNALS
8
7
6
M2
4
2
3
M9
1
5
2
1
J16
J3
1 2 3 4 5
2
1
2
1
J17L
LS
LS
CS
CS
J17C
BRIDGING CONNECTION
2 1
TO LEVEL
SENSOR
NTC
NTC
PURPLE
RED
YELLOW
BLUE
{
1
2
3
M3
3
1
J18
3
B
D
R2
R1
A
C
2
M1
M2
RS+K
RS-
2 1
1
0
RDA2
RDA1
KA2
KA1
EVF
EVF
2
1
M6
1
J19
2
X1
24
ALARM RELAY
C NC NO
+ FSB
FAN
F
D
400V - 460V - 575V 3F
R3
E
3
R2
R1
A
C
2
1
J19.1
{
B
S1 S2
X1 X2
THP
T1 T2
QC1
TO RD
-C
NTC
STEAM BOILER
A
Terminal Board
Motor Protector
Fast coupling
CONTACTOR
Level gauge
Sensor terminal block
Primary circuit fuses
Drain pump safety fuse
Secondary circuit fuse
Infeed valve
Temperature sensor
PTC1…3
heater 1…3
TR
Transformer
DP
Drain pump
LS
High level electrodes
CS
Conductivity meter electrodes
MS
Manual switch
R1…3
Electric heater 1…3
SSR1…3 Solid state relay 1…3
FSB
Fan control board
FAN
Fan
RDT
Drain tempering relay
DT
Drain tempering valve
NTC
Water temperature sensor
X1-X2
Power for fan blower (24Vac)
ST
TB
THP
QC1
K
LLC
ST
F1 - F2
F3
F4
FV
CS
DT
* To be carried out by the installer
ENG
15.6 Wiring diagram UR006-UR010-UR013 three-phase (230-400-460 V) - version 0
CS
* To be carried out by the installer
Terminal Board
Motor Protector
Fast coupling
CONTACTOR
Level gauge
Sensor terminal block
Primary circuit fuses
Drain pump safety fuse
Secondary circuit fuse
Infeed valve
Temperature sensor
PTC1…3
heater 1…3
TR
Transformer
DP
Drain pump
LS
High level electrodes
Conductivity meter elecCS
trodes
MS
Manual switch
R1…3
Electric heater 1…3
SSR1…2 Solid state relay 1…2
FSB
Fan control board
FAN
Fan
NTC
Water temperature sensor
X1-X2
Power for fan blower (24Vac)
Power for drain tempering
X3-X4
kit (24Vac)
FV
TB
THP
QC1
K
LLC
ST
F1 - F2
F3
F4
FV
J3.1 BLUE
J3.5 PURPLE
TO RD
-C
M1 M2
ALARM RELAY
C NC NO
2
3
M5
1
2
J24
1
6
5
2
M1
1
4
J20
3
2
3
M12
1
2
1
2
1
J21 J23
RD
K
230V 3F
F
R3
E
G
GO
2
M8
1
2
F1
F2
POWER SUPPLY
L3
L2
L1
C
1
SSR1
2 3
SSR2
PE
K
S1
TO
DP
F3
N.A. RD
TR
F4
TS
EXTERNAL SIGNALS
8
M2
4
2
3
M9
1
5
6
J16
J3
1 2 3 4 5
2
1
2
1
J17L
LS
LS
CS
CS
J17C
TO LEVEL
SENSOR
1
2
3
BRIDGING CONNECTION
PURPLE
RED
YELLOW
BLUE
7
1
2
M3
3
1
J18
3
D
B
R1
R2
NTC
NTC
2 1
A
C
M1
M2
RS+K
RS-
2 1
2
0
1
2
1
M6
1
2
J19
X3 X4
+ FSB
FAN
F
D
400V - 460V 3F
R3
E
3
R2
R1
A
C
2
24
RDA2
RDA1
KA2
KA1
EVF
EVF
{
1
J19.1
X1
{
B
S1 S2
X1 X2
THP
T1 T2
QC1
ST
NTC
STEAM BOILER
A
R1
PTC1
B C
R2
PTC2
DP
DE
R3
PTC3
F
LS
LLC
J3.4 RED
J3.2 YELLOW
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FV
15.7 Wiring diagram UR020 three-phase (208-230-400-460-575 V) - version U
Wiring diagram UR027 three-phase (400-460-575 V) - version U
* To be carried out by the installer
R9
R8
R7
R6
R5
R4
R3
R2
R1
PTC5
PTC4
PTC3
PTC2
TO RD - C
ST1
THP
ALARM RELAY
C NC NO
2
3
M5
1
2
1
M6
1
J19
2
2
J24
1
6
5
2
M1
1
4
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1
2
EXTERNAL SIGNALS
EXTERNAL SIGNALS
2
M8
8
M2
4
1
POWER
SUPPLY
PE
L3
L2
F2
F1
F3
K
L1
SSR2
SSR1
1 2 3
SSR3
TO DP
S1
N.A. RD
TR
F4
MS
2
2
1
2
1
J17C
LS
LS
CS
CS
J17L
2
3
M9
1
5
6
J16
J3
1 2 3 4 5
7
1
2
M3
TO LEVEL
SENSOR
3
1
2
1
J18
J21 J23
3
M12
1
2
3
J20
RD
K
575V 3F
O R7 P
Q R8 R
R5 L
I
M R6 N
E R3 F
3
G R4 H
S R9 T
NTC
NTC
PURPLE
RED
YELLOW
BLUE
2 1
A R1 B
1
2
3
M1
M2
RS+K
RS-
BRIDGING CONNECTION
G
GO
{
2
FAN
FAN
RDA2
RDA1
KA2
KA1
EVF
EVF
2 1
1
{
C R2 D
FAN
M1 M2
S1 S2
T1 T2
QC1
S2
DT
ST2
ST3
LS
A
PTC1
D E
F G
H I
L M
N O
DP
PTC8
PTC7
PTC6
P Q
R S
PTC9
T
NTC
LLC
CS
J3.1 BLUE
J3.5 PURPLE
J3.4 RED
J3.2 YELLOW
Motor Protector
Fast coupling
CONTACTOR
Level gauge
Sensor terminal block
Primary circuit fuses
Drain pump safety fuse
Secondary circuit fuse
Infeed valve
Temperature sensor heater 1…3
Transformer
Drain pump
High level electrodes
Conductivity meter electrodes
Manual switch
Electric heater 1…3
Solid state relay 1…3
Fan control board
Fan
Drain tempering relay
Drain tempering valve
Water temperature sensor
SSR thermal switch
Heater thermal switch
B C
THP
QC1
K
LLC
ST
F1 - F2
F3
F4
FV
PTC1…3
TR
DP
LS
CS
MS
R1…3
SSR1…3
FSB
FAN
RDT
DT
NTC
S1
S2
ENG
FV
15.8 Wiring diagram UR020-UR027 three-phase (230-400-460 V) - version 0
* To be carried out by the installer
CS
LLC
NTC
R3
PTC3
F
R2
R1
THP
DP
TO RD - C
PTC2
PTC1
T1 T2
L E
I
B
LS
A
ST
M1 M2
S1 S2
QC1
S2
2
3
M5
2
2
M1
1
4
G
GO
1
3
2
M8
1
2
PE
L2
L3
SSR2
C
L1
SSR1
2 3
1
POWER SUPPLY
F1
F2
F3
N.A. RD
K
S1
TO DP
TR
F4
MS
EXTERNAL SIGNALS
8
7
6
M2
4
2
3
M9
1
5
2
1
J16
J3
1 2 3 4 5
2
1
2
1
J17L
LS
LS
CS
CS
J17C
TO LEVEL
SENSOR
NTC
NTC
PURPLE
RED
YELLOW
BLUE
M3
3
1
2
J18
J21 J23
1
2
M12
1
2
3
J20
5
6
1
2
1
J24
1
M6
1
2
J19
X3 X4
RD
K
R3
230V 3F
M1
M2
RS+K
RS-
3
F
B
L
I
R2
R1
A
E
2
1
ALARM RELAY
C NC NO
FAN
L
F
400V - 460V 3F
R3
B
R1
R2
I
A
E
2
1
3
FAN
FAN
RDA2
RDA1
KA2
KA1
EVF
EVF
1
2
3
X3-X4
BRIDGING CONNECTION
MS
R1…3
SSR1…3
FAN
NTC
S1
S2
2 1
CS
J3.4 RED
J3.2 YELLOW
{
TR
DP
LS
J3.1 BLUE
J3.5 PURPLE
2 1
PTC1…3
Motor Protector
Fast coupling
CONTACTOR
Level gauge
Sensor terminal block
Primary circuit fuses
Drain pump safety fuse
Secondary circuit fuse
Infeed valve
Temperature sensor
heater 1…3
Transformer
Drain pump
High level electrodes
Conductivity meter electrodes
Manual switch
Electric heater 1…3
Solid state relay 1…3
Fan
Water temperature sensor
SSR thermal switch
Heater thermal switch
Power for drain tempering
kit (24Vac)
{
THP
QC1
K
LLC
ST
F1 - F2
F3
F4
FV
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FV
15.9 Wiring diagram UR027 three-phase (230 V) - version U
* To be carried out by the installer
CS
J3.1 BLUE
J3.5 PURPLE
Motor Protector
Fast coupling
CONTACTOR
Level gauge
Sensor terminal block
Primary circuit fuses
Drain pump safety fuse
Secondary circuit fuse
Infeed valve
Temperature sensor heater 1…3
Transformer
Drain pump
High level electrodes
Conductivity meter electrodes
Manual switch
Electric heater 1…3
Solid state relay 1…3
Fan
Drain tempering relay
Drain tempering valve
Water temperature sensor
SSR thermal switch
Heater thermal switch
PTC2
R2
R1
LS
A
TO RD - C
DP
B I
PTC1
L E
R3
PTC3
F
NTC
LLC
J3.4 RED
J3.2 YELLOW
2
M1
1
1
2
M12
3
2
TO DP
6
5
M2
4
2
3
M9
1
2
1
F2
F1
F3
PE
L1
SSR1
74
POWER SUPPLY
SSR2
L2
L3
K
SSR3
S1
3
2
1
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N.A. RD
TR
F4
3
F10
F9
F8
F7
F6
F5
BRIDGING CONNECTION
1
2
MS
EXTERNAL SIGNALS
M8
8
7
1
J16
J3
TO LEVEL
SENSOR
1 2 3 4 5
2
J17L
1
2
1
J17C
F
B
L
230V 3F
LS
LS
CS
CS
3
I
R3
R2
R1
A
F
2 1
2
NTC
NTC
PURPLE
RED
YELLOW
BLUE
{
2
M3
3
1
J18
2 1
1
ALARM RELAY
C NC NO
2
3
M5
1
2
1
M6
J19
2
2
J24
1
6
5
4
J20
3
G
GO
2
1
1
2
M1
M2
RS+K
RS-
J21 J23
RD
K
FAN
FAN
RDA2
RDA1
KA2
KA1
EVF
EVF
{
1
FAN
M1 M2
S1 S2
THP
T1 T2
QC1
S2
DT
ST
THP
QC1
K
LLC
ST
F1 - F2
F3
F4
FV
PTC1…3
TR
DP
LS
CS
MS
R1…3
SSR1…3
FAN
RDT
DT
NTC
S1
S2
ENG
15.10 Wiring diagram UR040 three-phase (400-460-575 V) - version U
Wiring diagram UR053 three-phase( (575)V) - version U
Motor Protector
Fast coupling
CONTACTOR
Level gauge
Sensor terminal blocks
Primary circuit fuses
Drain pump safety fuse
Secondary circuit fuse
Infeed valve
Temperature sensor heater 1…6
Transformer
Drain pump
High level electrodes
Conductivity meter electrodes
Manual switch
Electric heater 1…6
Solid state relay 1…3
Fan
Drain tempering relay
Drain tempering valve
Water temperature sensor
SSR thermal switch
Heater thermal switch
TO RD - C
R2
R1
THP
ALARM RELAY
C NC NO
3
2
1
2
1
M6
M5
2
J24
1
6
5
2
1
M1
4
J20
3
G
GO
2
1
2
1
POWER SUPPLY
PE
F2
F1
L1 L2 L3
K
TO DP
SSR1
SSR2
SSR3
S1
1 2 3
F3
N.A. RD
TR
BRIDGING CONNECTION
F4
1
2
3
MS
2
2
1
2
1
J17L
LS
LS
CS
CS
EXTERNAL SIGNALS
8
7
4
1
3
M2
M9
5
6
J16
J3
1 2 3 4 5
PURPLE
RED
YELLOW
BLUE
J17C
TO LEVEL
SENSOR
1
2
M3
3
M8
2
3
M12
1
2
1
2
1
J18
J21 J23
RD
K
575V 3F (UR040) 400V - 460V
L
N
R6
R5
I
M
H
R4
G
F
R3
D
R2
R1
A
C
E
3
NTC
NTC
2 1
2
2 1
B
M1
M2
RS+K
RS-
1
J19
2
575V 3F (UR053)
T
R
R5
R6
S
Q
F
D
P
R4
O
R3
E
3
R2
R1
A
C
2
1
FAN
FAN
RDA2
RDA1
KA2
KA1
EVF
EVF
{
B
1
FAN
M1 M2
S1 S2
T1 T2
QC1
S2
DT
ST2
ST1
LS
PTC1
PTC2
DP
R5
R4
R3
R6
PTC5
PTC4
PTC3
PTC6
NTC
LLC
CS
J3.1 BLUE
J3.5 PURPLE
J3.4 RED
J3.2 YELLOW
{
THP
QC1
K
LLC
ST1…2
F1 - F2
F3
F4
FV
PTC1…6
TR
DP
LS
CS
MS
R1…6
SSR1…3
FAN
RDT
DT
NTC
S1
S2
FV
* To be carried out by the installer
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15.11 Wiring diagram UR040-UR053 three-phase (400-460 V) - version 0
* To be carried out by the installer
TO RD - C
R1
PTC1
R2
PTC2
R3
PTC3
R4
PTC4
DP
R5
PTC5
R6
PTC6
NTC
LLC
CS
J3.1 BLUE
J3.5 PURPLE
J3.4 RED
J3.2 YELLOW
Motor Protector
Fast coupling
CONTACTOR
Level gauge
Sensor terminal blocks
Primary circuit fuses
Drain pump safety fuse
Secondary circuit fuse
Infeed valve
Temperature sensor heater 1…6
Transformer
Drain pump
High level electrodes
Conductivity meter electrodes
Manual switch
Electric heater 1…6
Solid state relay 1…3
Fan
Water temperature sensor
SSR thermal switch
Heater thermal switch
Power for drain tempering kit (24Vac)
S2
THP
M1 M2
ALARM RELAY
C NC NO
2
1
2
1
M1
G
GO
1
2
2
M8
2
1
2
2
J17L
1
2
1
L3
L2
C
L1
SSR1
1
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POWER SUPPLY
PE
F1
F3
K
F2
TR
F4
MS
N.A. RD
TO DP
SSR2
S1
2 3
BRIDGING CONNECTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
J17C
LS
LS
CS
CS
EXTERNAL SIGNALS
8
4
1
3
M2
M9
5
6
J16
7
1
1 2 3 4 5
J3
2 1
TO LEVEL
SENSOR
NTC
NTC
PURPLE
RED
YELLOW
BLUE
{
2
M3
3
1
2
1
2 1
J18
J21 J23
M1
M2
RS+K
RS-
3
M12
1
2
3
J20
4
5
6
M5
1
2
J24
1
M6
2
1
2
J19
3
FAN
X3 X4
K
RD
N
R3
M
6
L
(UR040) 400V - 460V 3F
R1
R2
I
5
H
G
4
F
R3
E
3
D
R2
R1
A
C
2
1
FAN
FAN
RDA2
RDA1
KA2
KA1
EVF
EVF
{
B
S1 S2
T1 T2
QC1
S
6
(UR053) 400V - 460V 3F
D
F
R3
R1 P
R
R2
T
R3
Q
5
O
4
A
E
3
R2
2
1
C
R1
B
ST2
ST1
LS
THP
QC1
K
LLC
ST1…2
F1 - F2
F3
F4
FV
PTC1…6
TR
DP
LS
CS
MS
R1…6
SSR1…3
FAN
NTC
S1
S2
X3-X4
ENG
FV
15.12 Wiring diagram UR053 three-phase (400-460 V) - version U
* To be carried out by the installer
CS
J3.1 BLUE
J3.5 PURPLE
Fast coupling
CONTACTOR
Level gauge
Sensor terminal blocks
Primary circuit fuses
Drain pump safety fuse
Secondary circuit fuse
Infeed valve
Temperature sensor heater 1…6
Transformer
Drain pump
High level electrodes
Conductivity meter electrodes
Manual switch
Electric heater 1…6
Solid state relay 1…3
Fan
Drain tempering relay
Drain tempering valve
Water temperature sensor
SSR thermal switch
Heater thermal switch
R6
PTC5
R5
PTC4
R4
R3
PTC2
R2
R1
THP
ALARM RELAY
C NC NO
3
2
2
1
M5
2
1
M1
J20
G
GO
1
2
2
M8
7
4
1
PE
F2
F1
L1 L2 L3
K
POWER SUPPLY
SSR1
SSR2
SSR3
S1
TO DP
F3
N.A. RD
F10
F8
F9
F7
F6
TR
F4
1
2
3
4
5
6
F5
BRIDGING CONNECTION
MS
2
1
J17L
2
3
M2
5
6
J16
J3
M9
2
1
J17C
1
2
LS
LS
CS
CS
EXTERNAL SIGNALS
8
M3
1
1 2 3 4 5
TO LEVEL
SENSOR
T
R
P
F
D
B
400V - 460V 3F
R6
6
S
R5
R4
Q
5
O
4
3
E
R3
R2
R1
A
C
2
2 1
1
NTC
NTC
PURPLE
RED
YELLOW
BLUE
{
2
3
1
2 1
J18
J21 J23
1
2
M1
M2
RS+K
RS-
3
M12
1
2
3
4
5
6
RDA2
RDA1
KA2
KA1
EVF
EVF
J24
2
FAN
FAN
1
K
RD
1
M6
J19
2
1
FAN
M1 M2
S1 S2
T1 T2
QC1
S2
DT
ST2
ST1
LS
A
B C
PTC1
DE
F O
TO RD - C
DP
P Q
PTC3
R S
PTC6
T
NTC
LLC
J3.4 RED
J3.2 YELLOW
{
QC1
K
LLC
ST1…2
F1 - F2
F3
F4
FV
PTC1…6
TR
DP
LS
CS
MS
R1…6
SSR1…3
FAN
RDT
DT
NTC
S1
S2
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15.13 Wiring diagram UR060 three-phase (575 V) - version U
* To be carried out by the installer
R9
R8
R7
R6
R5
R4
R3
R2
R1
PTC5
PTC4
PTC3
PTC2
TO RD - C
ST1
THP
ALARM RELAY
C NC NO
2
3
M5
1
2
1
M6
1
J19
2
2
J24
1
6
5
2
M1
1
4
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1
2
EXTERNAL SIGNALS
EXTERNAL SIGNALS
2
M8
8
M2
4
1
POWER
SUPPLY
PE
L3
L2
F2
F1
F3
K
L1
SSR2
SSR1
1 2 3
SSR3
TO DP
S1
N.A. RD
TR
F4
MS
2
2
1
2
1
J17C
LS
LS
CS
CS
J17L
2
3
M9
1
5
6
J16
J3
1 2 3 4 5
7
1
2
M3
TO LEVEL
SENSOR
3
1
2
1
J18
J21 J23
3
M12
1
2
3
J20
RD
K
575V 3F
O R7 P
Q R8 R
R5 L
I
M R6 N
E R3 F
3
G R4 H
S R9 T
NTC
NTC
PURPLE
RED
YELLOW
BLUE
2 1
A R1 B
1
2
3
M1
M2
RS+K
RS-
BRIDGING CONNECTION
G
GO
{
2
FAN
FAN
RDA2
RDA1
KA2
KA1
EVF
EVF
2 1
1
{
C R2 D
FAN
M1 M2
S1 S2
T1 T2
QC1
S2
DT
ST2
ST3
LS
A
PTC1
D E
F G
H I
L M
N O
DP
PTC8
PTC7
PTC6
P Q
R S
PTC9
T
NTC
LLC
CS
J3.1 BLUE
J3.5 PURPLE
J3.4 RED
J3.2 YELLOW
Fast coupling
CONTACTOR
Level gauge
Sensor terminal blocks
Primary circuit fuses
Drain pump safety fuse
Secondary circuit fuse
Infeed valve
Temperature sensor heater 1…9
Transformer
Drain pump
High level electrodes
Conductivity meter electrodes
Manual switch
Electric heater 1…9
Solid state relay 1…3
Fan
Drain tempering relay
Drain tempering valve
Water temperature sensor
SSR thermal switch
Heater thermal switch
B C
QC1
K
LLC
ST1…3
F1 - F2
F3
F4
FV
PTC1…9
TR
DP
LS
CS
MS
R1…9
SSR1…3
FAN
RDT
DT
NTC
S1
S2
ENG
FV
15.14 Wiring diagram UR060 (400-460 V) - version U
* To be carried out by the installer
R9
R8
R7
R6
R5
R4
R3
R2
R1
PTC5
PTC4
PTC3
PTC2
PTC1
TO RD - C
ST1
ALARM RELAY
C NC NO
3
2
2
1
M5
2
1
6
5
2
1
M1
4
J20
3
2
1
M8
2
3
M12
1
2
1
2
1
J18
3
2
1
F4
MS
2
2
J17L
1
2
1
J17C
EXTERNAL SIGNALS
8
7
6
4
1
3
M2
M9
5
2
M3
1
J16
J3
TO LEVEL
SENSOR
1 2 3 4 5
T
R
400V - 460V 3F
R9
R8
S
Q
5
6
F1
F2
F3
N.A. RD
POWER SUPPLY
PE
L1 L2 L3
K
TO DP
SSR1
SSR2
SSR3
S1
F9
F10
F7
F8
F6
TR
1
2
3
4
5
6
F5
N
L
P
R7
O
4
LS
LS
CS
CS
BRIDGING CONNECTION
R6
R5
I
M
F
D
H
R4
G
R3
R2
R1
A
C
E
3
NTC
NTC
PURPLE
RED
YELLOW
BLUE
2 1
2
G
GO
{
1
2 1
B
M1
M2
RS+K
RS-
J21 J23
K
RD
FAN
FAN
RDA2
RDA1
KA2
KA1
EVF
EVF
J24
1
M6
J19
2
1
FAN
M1M2
S1 S2
THP
T1 T2
QC1
S2
DT
ST2
ST3
LS
A
B C
D E
F G
H I
LM
NO
DP
PTC8
PTC7
PTC6
P Q
R S
PTC9
T
NTC
LLC
CS
J3.1 BLUE
J3.5 PURPLE
J3.4 RED
J3.2 YELLOW
Fast coupling
CONTACTOR
Level gauge
Sensor terminal blocks
Primary circuit fuses
Drain pump safety fuse
Secondary circuit fuse
Infeed valve
Temperature sensor heater 1…9
Transformer
Drain pump
High level electrodes
Conductivity meter electrodes
Manual switch
Electric heater 1…9
Solid state relay 1…2
Fan
Water temperature sensor
SSR thermal switch
Heater thermal switch
Filter
{
QC1
K
LLC
ST1…3
F1 - F2
F3
F4
FV
PTC1…9
TR
DP
LS
CS
MS
R1…9
SSR1…2
FAN
NTC
S1
S2
C
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FV
15.15 Wiring diagram UR060-UR080 three-phase (400-460 V) - version 0
* To be carried out by the installer
R8
R7
R6
R5
R4
R3
R2
R1
THP
PTC5
PTC4
PTC3
PTC2
PTC1
TO RD - C
LS
ST1
ALARM RELAY
C NC NO
3
2
2
M5
1
2
J24
1
6
5
2
M1
1
4
J20
3
G
GO
M8
2
EXTERNAL SIGNALS
8
M2
4
1
2
2
1
2
1
F4
MS
L3
L2
C
L1
SSR1
1
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POWER SUPPLY
PE
F1
F3
K
F2
TR
N.A. RD
TO DP
SSR2
S1
2 3
BRIDGING CONNECTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
J17C
LS
LS
CS
CS
J17L
2
3
M9
1
5
6
J16
7
1
1 2 3 4 5
J3
2 1
TO LEVEL
SENSOR
NTC
NTC
PURPLE
RED
YELLOW
BLUE
{
2
M3
3
1
J18
2
3
M12
1
2
1
1
2
M1
M2
RSRS+K
J21 J23
K
RD
1
M6
1
J19
2
(UR60) 400V - 460V 3F
R9 T
S
R7 P
Q
R8 R
M
O
E
G
3
A
C
2
FAN
FAN
RDA2
RDA1
KA2
KA1
EVF
EVF
2 1
1
{
X3 X4
FAN
M1 M2
S1 S2
QC1
(UR80) 400V - 460V 3F
S R9 T
5
6
4
M R6 N
R6 N
O R7 P
Q R8 R
G R4 H
I R5 L
3
R3 F
R4 H
I
R5 L
2
1
R1 B
R2 D
A R1 B
C R2 D
E R3 F
S2
ST2
ST3
A
T1 T2
DE
F G
H I
LM
NO
DP
PTC8
PTC7
PTC6
P Q
R S
R9
PTC9
T
NTC
LLC
CS
J3.1 BLUE
J3.5 PURPLE
J3.4 RED
J3.2 YELLOW
CONTACTOR
Level gauge
Sensor terminal blocks
Primary circuit fuses
Drain pump safety fuse
Secondary circuit fuse
Infeed valve
Temperature sensor heater 1…9
Transformer
Drain pump
High level electrodes
Conductivity meter electrodes
Manual switch
Electric heater 1…9
Solid state relay 1…3
Fan
Drain tempering relay
Drain tempering valve
Water temperature sensor
SSR thermal switch
Heater thermal switch
Power for drain tempering kit (24Vac)
B C
K
LLC
ST1…3
F1 - F2
F3
F4
FV
PTC1…9
TR
DP
LS
CS
MS
R1…9
SSR1…3
FAN
RDT
DT
NTC
S1
S2
X3-X4
ENG
FV
15.16 Wiring diagram UR080 three-phase (400-460-575 V) - version U
* To be carried out by the installer
R8
TO RD - C
R7
R5
R4
R3
R2
LS
ST1
ALARM RELAY
C NC NO
3
M6
2
2
M5
1
2
1
2
M1
1
3
M8
2
1
2
3
M12
1
2
1
2
1
J18
3
7
6
5
M2
4
2
3
M9
1
2
1
POWER SUPPLY
L1 L2 L3
PE
F2
F1
F3
N.A. RD
K
TO DP
SSR1
SSR2
SSR3
S1
F11
F13
F12
F10
F8
F9
F7
F6
F5
TR
F4
MS
EXTERNAL SIGNALS
8
2
M3
1
J16
J3
1 2 3 4 5
2
1
2
1
8
9
5
6
7
4
2
3
1
J17L
LS
LS
J17C
TO LEVEL
SENSOR
T
R
P
400V - 460V - 575V 3F
R9
9
S
R8
R7
Q
8
7
L
H
N
O
R6
M
6
R5
R4
G
I
5
4
PURPLE
RED
YELLOW
BLUE
CS
CS
BRIDGING CONNECTION
D
F
R3
E
3
R2
R1
A
NTC
NTC
2 1
C
G
GO
{
2
2 1
B
M1
M2
RSRS+K
1
J20
4
5
6
RDA2
RDA1
KA2
KA1
EVF
EVF
J21 J23
K
RD
FAN
FAN
J24
1
2
J19
1
FAN
M1 M2
S1 S2
THP
T1 T2
QC1
S2
DT
ST2
ST3
A
R1
PTC1
B C
PTC2
DE
PTC3
F G
PTC4
H I
PTC5
LM
R6
PTC6
NO
PTC7
DP
P Q
PTC8
R S
R9
PTC9
T
NTC
LLC
CS
J3.1 BLUE
J3.5 PURPLE
J3.4 RED
J3.2 YELLOW
Fast coupling
CONTACTOR
Level gauge
Sensor terminal blocks
Primary circuit fuses
Drain pump safety fuse
Secondary circuit fuse
Infeed valve
Temperature sensor heater 1…9
Transformer
Drain pump
High level electrodes
Conductivity meter electrodes
Manual switch
Electric heater 1…9
Solid state relay 1…2
Fan
Water temperature sensor
SSR thermal switch
Heater thermal switch
Filter
{
QC1
K
LLC
ST1…3
F1 - F2
F3
F4
FV
PTC1…9
TR
DP
LS
CS
MS
R1…9
SSR1…2
FAN
NTC
S1
S2
C
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16. GENERAL FEATURES AND MODELS
16.1 heaterSteam models and electrical
features
The table below contains the electrical data regarding the power supply
voltages of the various models and the functional characteristics of each.
Note that some models may be powered at different voltages, obviously
with different consumption and steam output.
Stand.
mod.
UR002
UR004
UR006
UR010
UR013
UR020
UR027
UR040
UR053
UR060
UR080
Output (2-4)
(kg/h) (lbs/hr)
Power (2)
(KW)
Code
2.0 (4.4)
2.0 (4.4)
4.0 (8.8)
4.0 (8.8)
6.0 (13.2)
6.0 (13.2)
6.0 (13.2)
6.0 (13.2)
6.0 (13.2)
10.0 (22)
10.0 (22)
10.0 (22)
10.0 (22)
13.0 (28.6)
13.0 (28.6)
13.0 (28.6)
13.0 (28.6)
20.0 (44)
20.0 (44)
20.0 (44)
20.0 (44)
20.0 (44)
27.0 (59.5)
27.0 (59.5)
27.0 (59.5)
27.0 (59.5)
40.0 (88)
40.0 (88)
40.0 (88)
53.0 (117)
53.0 (117)
53.0 (117)
60.0 (132)
60.0 (132)
60.0 (132)
80.0 (176)
80.0 (176)
80.0 (176)
2.0
2.0
3.6
3.3
4.8
4.7
4.8
4.7
4.7
8.1
7.4
7.4
7.8
9.9
10.0
9.8
9.7
16.2
15.1
15.2
15.1
15.0
19.8
20.0
20.2
19.8
30.5
30.1
30.0
40.0
40.3
39.6
45.7
45.2
45.1
60.0
60.5
59.4
U
D
U
D
U
D
W
K
L
W
K
L
M
K
L
M
N
W
K
L
M
N
K
L
M
N
L
M
N
L
M
N
L
M
N
L
M
N
Voltage (1) Elements
(@50/60 Hz) (n° x W)
208
230
208
230
208
230
208
230
400
208
230
400
460
230
400
460
575
208
230
400
460
575
230
400
460
575
400
460
575
400
460
575
400
460
575
400
460
575
1 x 2012
1 x 1952
1 x 3605
1 x 3306
3 x 1597
3 x 1555
3 x 1597
3 x 1555
3 x 1568
3 x 2703
3 x 2460
3 x 2480
3 x 2603
3 x 3306
3 x 3333
3 x 3280
3 x 3240
3 x 5407
3 x 5038
3 x 5079
3 x 5022
3 x 5008
3 x 6612
3 x 6666
3 x 6717
3 x 6599
6 x 5079
6 x 5022
6 x 5008
6 x 6666
6 x 6717
6 x 6599
9 x 5079
9 x 5022
9 x 5008
9 x 6666
9 x 6717
9 x 6599
Type of
connection
–
–
–
–
–
–
∆
∆
Y
∆
∆
Y
Y
∆
Y
Y
Y
∆
∆
Y
Y
Y
∆
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Current Cable sect (3)
(mm2)
(A)
Fuse-line (A/
type)
9.7
8.5
17.3
14.4
23
20.3
3 x 13.3
3 x 11.7
3 x 6.8
3 x 22.5
3 x 18.5
3 x 10.7
3 x 9.8
3 x 25
3 x 14.4
3 x 12.4
3 x 9.8
3 x 45.0
3 x 37.9
3 x 22.0
3 x 18.9
3 x 15.1
3 x 49.8
3 x 28.9
3 x 25.3
3 x 19.9
3 x 44.0
3 x 37.8
3 x 30.2
3 x 57.7
3 x 50.6
3 x 39.8
3 x 66
3 x 56.7
3 x 45.3
3 x 86.6
3 x 75.9
3 x 59.6
10 / rapido
10 / rapido
25 / rapido
20 / rapido
32 / rapido
25 / rapido
16 / rapido
16 / rapido
10 / rapido
32 / rapido
25 / rapido
16 / rapido
16 / rapido
32 / rapido
20 / rapido
16 / rapido
16 / rapido
60 / rapido
60 / rapido
32 / rapido
25 / rapido
20 / rapido
60 / rapido
50 / rapido
32 / rapido
25 / rapido
50 / rapido
50 / rapido
50 / rapido
80 / rapido
60 / rapido
60 / rapido
80 / rapido
80 / rapido
50 / rapido
125 / rapido
100 / rapido
80 / rapido
(1) tolerance allowed on rated mains voltage: -15%, +10%;
(2) tolerance on rated values: +5%, -10% (EN 60335-1);
(3) recommended values; referred to the laying of the cable in closed PVC or
rubber raceways with a length of 20 m (65.6 ft); the standards in force must in any
case be followed;
(4) instant max nominal steam output: the average steam production may be
influenced by external factors such as: room temperature, water quality, steam
distribution system;
(5) please refer to the wiring diagrams
The data are not absolute and may not comply with the local standards,
which should prevail.
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2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
6
6
2.5
2.5
2.5
6
6
2.5
2.5
6
2.5
2.5
2.5
16
16
6
6
6
16
10
6
6
16
16
10
25
16
16
25
25
16
50
35
25
Wiring diagram (5)
Boiler connection diagram (5)
Unit
Unit
Unit
Unit
URxxxxxx03 URxxxxxxU3 URxxxxxx03 URxxxxxxU3
Fig. 16a
Fig. 15.a
Fig. 16a
Fig. 16a
Fig. 15.b
Fig. 15.a
Fig. 16a
Fig. 15.a
Fig. 16a
Fig. 16a
Fig. 15.b
Fig. 15.a
Fig. 16b
Fig. 15.c
Fig. 16b
Fig. 16b
Fig. 15.d
Fig. 15.c
Fig. 16d
Fig. 15.e
Fig. 16d
Fig. 16d
Fig. 15.f
Fig. 15.e
Fig. 16c
Fig. 16c
Fig. 15.f
Fig. 15.e
Fig. 16d
Fig. 15.e
Fig. 16d
Fig. 16d
Fig. 15.f
Fig. 15.e
Fig. 16c
Fig. 16c
Fig. 15.f
Fig. 15.e
Fig. 16c
Fig. 16c
Fig. 15.f
Fig. 15.e
Fig. 16d
Fig. 16d
Fig. 15.f
Fig. 15.e
Fig. 16c
Fig. 16c
Fig. 15.f
Fig. 15.e
Fig. 16c
Fig. 16c
Fig. 15.f
Fig. 15.e
Fig. 16c
Fig. 15.e
Fig. 16f
Fig. 15.g
Fig. 16f
Fig. 16f
Fig. 15.h
Fig. 15.g
Fig. 16e
Fig. 16e
Fig. 15.h
Fig. 15.g
Fig. 16e
Fig. 16e
Fig. 15.h
Fig. 15.g
Fig. 16e
Fig. 15.g
Fig. 16f
Fig. 16f
Fig. 15.h
Fig. 15.i
Fig. 16e
Fig. 16e
Fig. 15.h
Fig. 15.g
Fig. 16e
Fig. 16e
Fig. 15.h
Fig. 15.g
Fig. 16e
Fig. 15.g
Fig. 16g
Fig. 16h
Fig. 15.k
Fig. 15.j
Fig. 16g
Fig. 16h
Fig. 15.k
Fig. 15.j
Fig. 16h
Fig. 15.j
Fig. 16i
Fig. 16i
Fig. 15.k
Fig. 15.l
Fig. 16i
Fig. 16i
Fig. 15.k
Fig. 15.l
Fig. 16j
Fig. 15.j
Fig. 16k
Fig. 16l
Fig. 15.o
Fig. 15.n
Fig. 16k
Fig. 16l
Fig. 15.o
Fig. 15.n
Fig. 16k
Fig. 15.m
Fig. 16l
Fig. 16m
Fig. 15.o
Fig. 15.p
Fig. 16l
Fig. 16m
Fig. 15.o
Fig. 15.p
Fig. 16m
Fig. 15.p
Tab. 16.a
ENG
16.2 Electrical connection of boiler heaters
The cable end should be coupled to the top nut applying a torque equal
to 3 N · m.
Single-phase
Single-phase
2-4 kg/h 208-230 V
6 kg/h 208-230 V
Three-phase - STAR
6 kg/h 400 V
10 kg/h 400-460 V
13 kg/h 400-460-575 V
Three-phase - TRIANGLE
6 kg/h 208-230 V
10 kg/h 208-230 V
13 kg/h 230 V
2
D
2
D
C
2
3
E
E
1
2
D
C
C
3
E
E
1
B
F
F
B
F
A
A
A
1
1
Fig. 16.a
Fig. 16.b
Three-phase - STAR
20-27 gkg/h 400-460-575 V
B
L
A
1
I
F
E
Fig. 16.c
Fig. 16.d
Three-phase - STAR
53 kg/h 400-460 V
2
3
4 5
P
B
F
Three-phase - STAR
53 kg/h 575 V
6
O
B
A
R
Q
D
C
T
S
F
E
1
2
3
P
O
B
R
Q
D
C
T
S
F
E
Fig. 16.e
Fig. 16.f
Fig. 16.g
Three-phase - TRIANGLE
20-27 kg/h 208-230 V
Three-phase - STAR
60 kg/h 460 V
80 kg/h 400 V
Three-phase - STAR
60 kg/h 400-575V
4 5
B
L
1
P
1
2
3
6
O
H
G
B
A
1
P
O
R
Q
L
I
D
C
T
S
N
M
F
E
H
G
B
A
1
2
I
F
E
3
R
Q
L
I
D
C
T
S
N
M
F
E
2
3
Fig. 16.h
Fig. 16.i
Fig. 16.j
Three-phase - STAR
g40 kg/h 400 V
Three-phase - STAR
40 kg/h 460-575 V
Three-phase - STAR
80 kg/h 460-575 V
4 5
H
A
A
7 8
6
G
B
A
L
I
D
C
N
M
F
E
1
2
3
Fig. 16.k
H
G
B
A
L
I
D
C
N
M
F
E
Fig. 16.l
1
2
3
P
O
9
4 5
H
G
2
3
6
B
A
R
Q
L
I
D
C
T
S
N
M
F
E
1
2
3
Fig. 16.m
Key window
1-2-3-4 - 5-6-7-8-9
1-2
three-phase power supply terminals
single-phase power supply terminals
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16.3 Technical features
UR002
1
Number of heaters
UR004
1
steam
Connection Ø mm (in)
delivery pressure limits Pa (PSI)
UR006
3
UR010
3
UR013
3
model
UR020
6
30 (1.2)
0…1500 (0...0,218)
supply water
connection
temperature limits °C (°F)
pressure limits (MPa)
hardness limits (°fH)
instant flow rate (l/min - Gallon/min)
1.1
drain water
Connection Ø mm (in)
typical temperature °C (°F)
instant flow rate (l/min - Gallon/min)
drain tempering instant flow rate (l/min - Gallon/min)*
1.1
1.1
UR027
6
UR040
6
UR053
6
40 (1.6)
UR060
9
UR080
9
2 x 40 (2x1.6)
0...2000 (0...0.290)
3/4” G
1...40 (33.8...104)
0.1...0.8 (1...8 bar)
≤ 40
1.1
4
4
1.1
40 (1.6)
4
10
10
10
50 (2)
≤100
5 (50 Hz) - 9 (60 Hz) (1.3 - 2.3)
23 (60Hz) (6)
17.5 (50 Hz) - 24.3 (60 Hz) (4.6 - 6.4)
54,3 (60Hz) (14.3)
* where needed
environmental conditions
room operating temperature °C (°F)
room operating humidity (% rH)
storage temperature °C (°F)
storage humidity (% rH)
protection rating
1...40 (33.9...104)
10...60
-10...70 (33.8...158)
5…95
IP20
system
type
voltage / auxiliary frequency (V / Hz)
maximum auxiliary power (VA)
c.pHC
24 / 50/60
90
selectable input signal: 0…1 Vdc, 0…10 Vdc, 2…10 Vdc, 0…20 mA, 4…20 mA
input impedance: 60 kΩ with signals: 0…1 Vdc, 0…10 Vdc, 2…10 Vdc
50 Ω with signals: 0…20 mA, 4…20 mA
24 Vdc (24 Vac rectified), Imax= 250 mA
12 Vdc 5%, Imax= 50 mA
250 V 2 A (2 A)
type of micro-switching action 1C
dry contact; max resistance 50 Ω; Vmax=24 Vdc; Imax=5 mA
three-lead RS485 / Fieldbus / BMS
USB type A
Ethernet
probe inputs (general characteristics)
power supply for active probes (general features)
alarm relay outputs (general features)
remote enabling input (general characteristics)
serial communication
USB port
Ethernet port
Tab. 16.l
16.4 Steam transport pipe models
humidifier model:
ø of steam outlet mm (in):
maximum capacity kg/h (lb/h):
1312365AXX
1312367AXX
UR002
UR004
"2 (4.4)”
√
“4 (8.8)”
√
ONLY FOR NORTH AMERICA MARKET
SHOSE00030
√
SHOSE00040
UR006
30 (1.2")
“6 (13.2)”
√
√
√
UR010
UR013
UR020
“10 (22)”
√
“13 (28.6)”
√
√
“20 (44)”
UR027
40 (1.6")
“27 (59.5)”
UR040
UR053
UR060
UR080
2x40 (1.6")
“53 (116.8)” “60 (132.2)” “80 (176.36)”
“40 (88)”
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
Tab. 16.m
16.5 Steam nozzle models
“inlet diameter
nozzle ø mm (in)”
30 (1.2”)
30 (1.2”)
with hole of 30 (1.2”)
humidifier model: UR002 UR004 UR006 UR010 UR013 UR020 UR027 UR040 UR053 UR060 UR080
ø of steam outlet mm (in):
30 (1.2”)
40 (1.6”)
2x40 (1.6”)
2
4
6
10
13
20
27
40
53
60
80
maximum capacity kg/h (lb/h):
(4.4)
(8.8) (13.2) (22) (28.6)
(44)
(59.5)
(88) (116.8) (132.2) (176.36)
maximum capacity
code
nozzle kg/h (lb/h)
18 (39.7)
SDPOEM0022
1
1
1
1
1
1
(2)*
“18 (39.7)
SDPOEM0000
1
1
1
1
1
1
(2)*
(4)*
(4)*
(4)*
Tab. 16.n
*: use Y-type CAREL kit code UEKY000000, inlet 40mm (1.6”)
and 2 outlets 30mm (1.2”)
**: use Y-type CAREL kit code UEKY40X400, inlet 40mm (1.6”)
and 2 outlets 40mm (1.6”)
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16.6 Linear nozzle models and typical installations
humidifier model: UR002 UR004 UR006 UR010 UR013 UR020 UR027 UR040 UR053 UR060 UR080
ø of steam outlet mm (in):
30 (1.2”)
40 (1.6”)
2x40 (1.6”)
2
4
6
10
13
20
27
40
53
60
80
maximum capacity kg/h (lb/h):
(4.4)
(8.8) (13.2)
(22)
(28.6)
(44)
(59.5)
(88) (116.8) (132.2) (176.36)
maximum nozzle
length
capacity kg/h
of nozzle mm (in)
(lb/h)
5 (11)
350 (13.7)
8 (17.6)
450 (17.7)
12 (26.4)
600 (23.6)
18 (39.6)
850 (33.5)
18 (39.6)
1050 (41.3)
18 (39.6)
1250 (49.2)
18 (39.6)
1650 (65)
15 (33)
300 (11.8)
15 (33)
450 (17.7)
15 (33)
600 (23.6)
25 (55)
850 (33.5)
35 (77)
1050 (41.3)
45 (99)
1250 (49.2)
45 (99)
1650 (65)
45 (99)
2050 (80.7)
45 (99)
600 (23.6)
"nozzle steam
inlet ø mm (in)”
30 (1.2”)
30 (1.2”)
30 (1.2”)
30 (1.2”)
30 (1.2”)
30 (1.2”)
30 (1.2”)
30 (1.2”)
30 (1.2”)
30 (1.2”)
40 (1.6”)
40 (1.6”)
40 (1.6”)
40 (1.6”)
40 (1.6”)
40 (1.6”)
code
DP035D30R0
DP045D30R0
DP060D30R0
DP085D30R0
DP105D30R0
DP125D30R0
DP165D30R0
DP030D30RU
DP045D30RU
DP060D30RU
DP085D40R0
DP105D40R0
DP125D40R0
DP165D40R0
DP205D40R0
DP060D40RU
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
(2)*
(2)*
(2)*
(2)*
(2)*
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
(2)*
(2)*
(2)*
(2)*
(2)*
(2)*
1
1
1
(2)*
(2)*
1
1
1
1
1
1
(2)**
(2)**
1
1
1
1
(4)**
2
2
2
2
2
(4)**
2
2
2
2
2
(4)**
(4)**
2
2
2
2
Tab. 16.o
(*) use CAREL “Y” kit P/N UEKY000000, 40 mm (1.6”) inlet and 2 x 30 mm (1.2”) outlets
(**) use CAREL “Y” kit P/N UEKY40X400, 40 mm (1.6”) inlet and 2 x 40 mm (1.6”) outlets
For typical installations of linear distibutors see Fig. 8.a.
2
1
3
min. 200 mm
(8”)
H > 250 mm
(9.8”)
H > 250 mm
(9.8”)
4
1/3 H
≥ 200 mm
(8”)
1/3 H
≥ 70 mm
(2.7”)
6
5
H > 350 mm
(13.7”)
H > 400 mm
(15.7”)
H > 500 mm
(19.7”)
2/7 H
2/5 H
2/5 H
≥ 200 mm
(8”)
2/7 H
1/5 H
1/5 H
7
8
1/7 H
min 200 mm
(8”)
9
H > 200 mm
(8”)
H > 600 mm
(23.6”)
2/7 H
=
2/7 H
=
10
1/2 H
=
1/7 H
H > 300 mm
(11.8”)
=
11
H > 500 mm
(19.7”)
=
=
1/3 H
=
1/3 H
=
=
=
Fig. 16.n
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