Haws 9326, 9327 Installation, Operation And Maintenance Manual

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INSTALLATION, OPERATION, AND

MAINTENANCE MANUAL FOR ELECTRIC TANKLESS WATER HEATERS

MODELS 9326 & 9327

0002080089 , Rev 2

IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION

READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING

DANGER

Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury .

WARNING

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury .

CAUTION

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury.

Hot water can be dangerous. There is a high scald potential if the thermostat is set too high.

Water temperatures over 125 °F (51 °C) can cause severe burns or scalding resulting in death.

Hot water can cause first degree burns with exposure for as little as:

3 seconds at 140 °F (60 °C)

20 seconds at 130 °F (54 °C)

8 minutes at 120 °F (48 °C) i

IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION

READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING

1. You must read and follow all instructions. Serious bodily injury or death could occur if you ignore this warning.

2. All circuit breakers and/or disconnect switches servicing the heater must be turned off when installing, uninstalling, or repairing this water heater.

3. The unit must be installed by a licensed electrician and plumber.

4. The unit must be wired in accordance with the current version of the

National Electrical Code (US) or

Canadian Electric Code (Canada).

7. Per UL 499, this water heater is not required to be installed with a

Temperature and Pressure relief valve

(T&P). However, local codes may vary.

In case a T&P relief valve is required, it must be installed on the outlet hot water line heater between the heater and the isolation valve.

8. If the

Haws 93XX unit(s)

is installed in a location where water damage could occur in the event of a leak, it is recommended that a drip pan be installed and connected to a suitable drain. Alternatively, an active water leak detector and shut off valve can be installed to turn off your water supply in the event a leak is detected.

5. This installation must comply with all national, state, and local plumbing and electrical codes.

6. When the heater is not within sight of the electrical circuit breakers, an additional local means of disconnection of all ungrounded conductors must be provided that is within sight of the appliance or a circuit breaker lockout must be used.

(Ref. NEC 422.31)

9. If water supply has a high mineral content, a water softening system is recommended. Damage to the water heater resulting from scale or hard minerals will not be covered under warranty.

ii

IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION

READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING

10.

When the heater is installed in a well water system or if the plumbing system is prone to introducing air into the heater, it is highly recommended that an air separator be installed in the cold water feed to the heater to avoid possible failure of the heating element and/or heating chamber.

11.

In accordance with NEC guideline, this water heater is designed for a continuous duty cycle of 3 hours at

100% power output. Exceeding this rating could damage the heater and void the warranty

14.

This heater must be in a location where it is not subject to freezing temperatures unless supplied with factory installed freeze protection

15.

Properly purge air out of system before power is applied.

Recommended to purge water through system for minimum 2 minutes at a minimum 15 gpm, closing and opening drain valve 3 times to move any lodged air before power is applied.

12.

Provide your heater with potable, uninterrupted supply of water at a constant minimum pressure of 35PSI

(based on model) and maximum pressure of 150 PSI.

16.

Sanitation models used in a circulator system, a 30 second factory set delay program will be installed to establish flow before power is applied. Contact

Haws Services at (800) 766-5612.

17.

Applications with the use of a recirculation circulator must be installed according schematics.

13.

Use of Water Hammer Arrestors in applications required;

neglecting to do so will damage the heater and void the warranty

18.

The use of Ethylene glycol antifreeze is strictly prohibited. Propylene Glycol is the only recommended antifreeze iii

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

PERFORMANCE FEATURES................................................................................................................. 1

OPERATION PRINCIPLE ...................................................................................................................... 3

MOUNTING THE HEATER TO THE WALL ............................................................................................. 4

ELECTRICAL HOOKUP ........................................................................................................................ 5

PLUMBING HOOKUP ......................................................................................................................... 7

COMMISSIONING THE WATER HEATER ............................................................................................ 10

MONITORING & PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE .................................................................................. 14

CONTROL FEATURES ....................................................................................................................... 15

TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES .................................................................................................. 18

TECHNICAL SUPPORT ...................................................................................................................... 20

INSTALLATION DRAWINGS..

............................................................................................................ .

24

WIRING SCHEMATICS ...................................................................................................................... 3 8 v

PERFORMANCE FEATURES

Heating Technology

Field Replaceable, non-ferrous, lead-free cartridge-style direct heating element

Safety and Reliability

Thermo-Optical sensor for protection against entrained air or improper commissioning

Materials and Construction

NSF-61 listed materials of construction

Control and Consumption

Active energy management to ensure optimal application of energy based on real-time system demands

Multistage element turn-on

Visual user interface for field programming

Turn-on Flow Rate

Integrated high-capacity flow meter

Field adjustable maximum activation flow rate (minimum activation flow rate factory set and is not field adjustable.)

Pressure Rating

Operating pressure range not to exceed 60 – 90 PSI. Maximum pressure rating 150 psi

Available Enclosures

N

1

– NEMA

1

(

Non-waterproof

)

N4 – NEMA 4 (Standard)

N4X – NEMA 4X 304SS

N4X6 – NEMA 4X 316SS

Class l Div II enclosures

Optional Features for Non-N1 Applications

Indoor disconnect switch (fused or non-fused)

Stand Kits (for freestanding applications)

Alarm contacts

GFCI

FREEZE PROTECTION

 Remote Display

1

2

OPERATION PRINCIPLE

How the Haws Tankless Water Heater Works

Operating the new

Haws

tankless water heater is similar to using any traditional water heater system. However, it is very important that all of the set-up procedures and operating instructions are carefully read to ensure maximum performance and energy savings from the water heater.

The

Haws tankless water heater does not store hot water like a conventional tank-type water heater. It contains high powered bare wire technology heating elements that are capable of heating water instantly on-demand. Whenever there is a hot water demand, the patented flow meter within the heater recognizes the demand and initiates the heating process. This meter measures the water flow rate while two thermistor sensors measure the incoming and outgoing water temperature. This information is transmitted continually to the microprocessor controller which determines the precise amount of power to send to the heating elements to heat the water to the desired temperature. The Haws tankless water heater only uses as much power as is needed to meet the demand by fully modulating the heating elements from 0 to 100%.

It is important to keep in mind that all tankless water heaters are subject to a maximum flow rate. If this flow rate is exceeded, the heater will not be capable of fully heating water. The amount of water that can be heated by the tankless water heater at any given time will depend on the model selected and the incoming water temperature. See diagram on below to determine the maximum flow rates. Since a tankless water heater eliminates the ongoing thermal losses caused by storing hot water in a tank, there will be a significant energy savings compared to a conventional tank type water heater.

Temperature Rise at Specified Flow Rate (°F)

3

MOUNTING THE HEATER TO THE WALL

Please follow the mounting instructions as appropriate to your installation.

Haws

recommends the heater be installed close to the point of use.

CAUTION

This heater must be installed in a location where it is not subject to freezing temperatures, unless supplied with factory installed freeze protection

Make sure the brass fittings are at the bottom of the heater. No other heater orientation is permitted.

10” Top Clearance

8” Clearance

18” Clearance

The 932 6/7 series is approved for zero clearance to combustibles. Above clearances recommended for service and installation.

8” Clearance

4

ELECTRICAL HOOKUP

Haws

recommends your heater be installed or serviced by a licensed plumber and electrician.

WARNING

Before beginning any work on this installation, BE SURE THAT THE ELECTRICAL

BREAKER IS “OFF” AND THAT ALL MOUNTING AND PLUMBING WORK HAS BEEN

COMPLETED PER THESE INSTRUCTIONS.

This heater must have its own independent circuit using insulated, UL listed wire conductors of the appropriate size suitable for up to 90° C and protected by the correctly rated circuit breaker.

See chart on next page.

Before starting any electrical work VERIFY there is no power at the heater before proceeding

The power conductors are to be secured to the L1, L2 and L3 connectors on the terminal block ( Fig. 1 ) or contactor ( Fig. 2 ). The ground is to be secured to the GND connector to the right of the terminal block.

Fig. 1 Fig. 2

L1 L2 L3 GND

L1 L2 L3 GND

WARNING

FAILURE TO GROUND THE SYSTEM MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY,

DEATH AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE.

5

Electrical Specifications

A green terminal (or a wire connector marked “G”, “GR, “Ground”, or “GROUNDING”) is provided within the control box. To reduce the risk of electric shock, connect this terminal or connector to the grounding terminal of the electric service or supply panel with a continuous copper wire in accordance with your local electrical code.

6

PLUMBING HOOKUP

MUST FLUSH LINE A MINIMUM 5 MINUTES, AT A MINIMUM 15 GPM ON INITIAL START UP

The heater is equipped with NPT brass fittings.

Make sure ONLY NPT fittings are used for connection to this heater.

Connect the cold water line with the inlet connection

(RIGHT fitting)

Connect the outlet pipe with the outlet fitting

(LEFT fitting)

Do not reverse connections.

HOT

WATER

OUT

COLD

WATER

OUT

CAUTION

Never use pipe dope when making plumbing connections to this heater. Follow standard industry practice with careful application of Teflon tape. Do not allow Teflon tape to get into the heater.

CAUTION

Never solder any pipe connections while attached to this heater – damage to the heater will result. Doing this will void the warranty.

PRV VENT LOCATION. The PRV Vent is not a code compliant pressure relief valve. Check local codes to see if a code compliant T&P Relief Valve is required in your installation.

7

WARNING

MUST FLUSH OUT WATER HEATER FOR MINIMUM 5 MINUTES AT A MINIMUM 15

GPM ON INITIAL START UP OR AFTER ANY SERVICE WORK HAS BEEN PERFORMED.

CLOSE AND OPEN DRAIN VALVE 3 TIMES TO REMOVE ANY LODGED AIR BUBBLES.

FAILURE TO DO SO MAY DAMAGE THE HEATER.

MINIMUM INLET WATER PRESSURE 35 PSI DYNAMIC.

MAXIMUM WATER PRESSURE NOT TO EXCEED 150 PSI. RECOMMENDED

OPERATING PRESSURE 60 – 90 PSI.

USE OF A PRESSURE REGULATOR RECOMMENDED.

Water supply inlet piping must be a minimum 1 ¼” pipe diameter and it must be a dedicated supply line. 2 ½” minimum pipe diameter on trunk main when part of a branch system.

THE USE OF DI-ELECTRIC UNIONS MUST BE USED ON THE INLET AND OUTLET

PORTS OF THE WATER HEATER. RECOMMENDED 40 MESH Y STRAINER BE INSTALLED

IN COLD WATER INLET TO PREVENT DEBRIS FROM ENTERING THE WATER CHAMBERS.

BLOCKAGE CAUSED BY DEBRIS MAY CAUSE ELEMENT FAILURE. ISOLATION VALVES

RECOMMENDED FOR SERVICING

In applications where a long duty cycle is needed (more than 3 hours continuous run time), or a short duty cycle (less than 30 sec. on time with less than minute off time) please contact applications department. 1-800-543-6163

HAMMER ARRESTOR: SYSTEMS WITH A LARGE WATER VOLUME, OR LONG

LENGTHS OF PIPING CAN BE SUSCEPTIBLE TO WATER HAMMER . THE USE OF SLOW

ACTING VALVES ALONG WITH THE INSTALLATION OF A WATER HAMMER ARRESTOR IS

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED ON ALL UNITS. FAILURE TO INSTALL A WATER HAMMER

ARRESTOR CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO WATER HEATER AND VOID WARRANTY- Refer to manufacturer’s installation manual for proper size and installation location.

8

Proper water conditions must be maintained to prevent damage to the water heater.

CONSTITUENT (MG/L)

Alkalinity

Calcium

Carbon Dioxide

Chlorine

Free Chlorine

Iron

Magnesium as Mg

Magnesium as Mn

Nitrate

Oxygen

Silica

Sodium

Sulfate

TDS*

MINIMUM REQUIREMENT

50

25

0

100

1

0.2

0.5

0.1

25

2

15

50

25

200

BETTER

25

5

0

15

1

Total Hardness pH

25

6.5 – 8.5

10

6.5 – 8.5

Turbidity (NTU) 5 5

* NOTE: Total dissolved solids

** NOTE: Do not reduce the TDS beyond this amount or the water will be too aggressive

1

10

10

25

100

0.1

0.1

0.1

25

0.1

1

1

1

5**

0.01

0.1

0.1

10

BEST

10

0.5

0

1

0.05

1

6.5 – 8.5

1

9

COMMISSIONING THE WATER HEATER

CAUTION

BEFORE SWITCHING THE ELECTRICAL BREAKER “ON”, MAKE SURE THE INLET AND

OUTLET BALL VALVES ARE FULLY OPEN AND WATER IS FLOWING THROUGH ALL

POINTS OF USE FOR A MINIMUM OF 5 MINUTES AT A MINIMUM 15 GPM. Open and close drain valve 3 times while purging to remove any lodged air bubbles . DO NOT

SWITCH THE BREAKER “ON” IF THERE IS ANY POSSIBILITY THE WATER IN THE HEATER

IS FROZEN.

After verifying the heater has been purged of air (see above) turn the circuit breaker/disconnect “ON” and observe the start-up sequence on the display. The LCD screen will display the SETPOINT TEMPERATURE in degrees F.

Below the display are 4 push buttons that are used to control the function of the heater. Press the UP or DOWN buttons to establish your desired temperature. Refer to the CONTROL

FEATURES section of this manual for additional information.

SETPOINT

TEMP 120F

10

Startup Process

Plumbing Installation Checklist MUST BE FILLED OUT AND LEFT WITH WATER HEATER. MUST FLUSH WATER HEATER

FOR MINIMUM 5 MINUTES AT A MINIMUM.

Important - Read and fully understand all steps outlined below before proceeding. Failure to do so may damage the water heater and void any warranty. Technical support is available at 1 (800) 543-6163

Plumbing Installation Checklist

Step Category

1 Water

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

Water

Water

Water

Water

Water

Water

Water

Water

Water

Water

Action

Heater is supplied with clean potable water

Plumbing orientation is correct – water connections on the bottom - inlet on the right, outlet on the left

Ensure piping connections are not causing stress or torque on the inlet and outlet fittings

No leaks at water connection or in plumbing network

Water pressure is between 40-90 PSI (min 35psi)

Long pipe runs, high flow rates and valves closing can cause pressure spikes

(water hammer) above 1000 PSI. Consult piping schematic to ensure arrestors and regulators are properly sized and located.

(with power off) Open supply valves to water heater - run water through fixtures to purge all air and debris in system. With water flowing, visually inspect the clear element tubes between the inlet and outlet manifold to ensure no air bubbles are present. (this may take several minutes)

Using a flashlight, visually inspect heating chamber for any signs of leakage

Ensure Water Heater will not freeze

Ensure all local plumbing codes are met

Plumbing installation correct and complete

Confirmed By Notes

Important - Read and fully understand all steps outlined below before proceeding. Failure to do so may damage the water heater and void any warranty. Technical support is available at 1 (800) 543-6163

Electrical Installation Checklist

Step Category Confirmed By Notes

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

Power

Power

Power

Power

Power

Power

Power

Power

Action

(with power off) - Breaker and disconnect are of proper size and correctly installed

(with power off) - Wiring and conduit are of proper size and correctly installed.

(with power off) - Wiring connections at terminals are correct orientation, tight, with no stray wire strands or pinched sheathing

(with power off) - Proper ground,(not neutral) is clean, and tight

(no water flowing, do not turn it on, close outlet water shut off valve if uncontrolled environment-left hand side) Apply power - ensure voltage and phasing is according to model rating

Disengage power after voltage and phasing is confirmed (open outlet shutoff valve if closed during step 14)

Ensure all local electrical codes are met

Electrical Installation correct and complete

11

Important - Read and fully understand all steps outlined below before proceeding. Failure to do so may damage the water heater and void any warranty. Technical support is available at 1 (800) 543-6163

Step

20

21

22

23

31

32

33

34

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

35

36

37

38

39

Category

Startup

Startup

Startup

Startup

Startup

Startup

Startup

Startup

Startup

Startup

Startup

Startup

Startup

Startup

Startup

Startup

Startup

Startup

Startup

Startup

Startup Procedure and Checklist

Action

Water requirements (Steps 1-11) are confirmed

Electrical requirements (Steps 12-19) are confirmed

Plumbing Codes and Electrical Codes are met and confirmed

(with power off) Open supply valves to water heater - run water through fixtures to purge all air and debris in system. With water flowing, visually inspect the clear element tubes between the inlet and outlet manifold to ensure no air bubbles are present. (this may take several minutes)

Chugging or burping of water is also an indication of air

Turn off water flow at all fixtures, keeping water heater supply valves open

Apply power to water heater

Turn water flow on at fixtures

LCD display board is illuminated

Contactors engaged (audible click)

No error codes

Scroll through display (If display is locked, consult manual for unlock procedure)

Adjust settings if needed. Note - Keep temperature setting as low as possible for scald potential and minimizing abuse on the heater.

Confirm TURN-ON setting meets fixture flow rate

Confirm SETPOINT setting on display

Confirm ACTUAL TEMP output on display

If SETPOINT does not match ACTUAL TEMP then use the TEMPERATURE

RISE CHART in manual along with LOAD%, INLET TEMP and FLOW RATE on display to determine the maximum theoretical output.

Shut water flow off at fixture

Power disengaged (audible)

Repeat startup steps 25-28 to ensure proper activation and performance

Water heater installed correctly and operating as designed

Confirmed By Notes

After all steps are completed, the heater is fully installed and ready for use.

12

Shutdown Process (Normal, Emergency, and Long Term)

Shut Down Procedure

Important - Read and fully understand all steps outlined below before proceeding. Failure to do so may damage the water heater and void any warranty. Technical support is available at 1 (800) 543-6163

Notes Step Category

1

2

Normal

Normal

Action

Normal Shut Down Procedure

Shut power off to unit in order of sequence - In-door (on-door) disconnect (if applicable) local disconnect, main breaker - perform lock out procedure per facilities requirements

Close applicable water valves - Inlet and outlet (water heater will not be drained)

Emergency Shut Down Procedure

1 Emergency

Shut power off to unit In-door (on door) disconnect (if applicable) or local disconnect

2

3

Emergency

Emergency

Shut water valves off - inlet and outlet (water heater will not be drained)

Complete lock out procedures per facilities requirements

Confirmed By

4 Emergency

1

2

3

4

Long Term

Long Term

Notify all parties involved that water heaters are shut down

Long Term Shut Down Procedure

Shut power off to unit in order of sequence - Indoor disconnect (if applicable) local disconnect, main breaker - perform lock out procedure per facilities requirements

Close applicable water valves - Inlet and outlet (water heater will not be drained)

Long Term

Drain water heater through plumbing network, run compressed air through the water heater to ensure the heater is completely drained

Long Term Lock out all applicable water valves per facilities procedures

13

MONITORING & PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

Recommended routine instrument readings and operation checking: Please note the instrument readings are performed during water heater operation. No readings are required when the unit is not being used. Check the following readings on the Remote display and ensure proper performance:

Inlet temperature

Temperature set point

Actual outlet temperature

Actual GPM

Error codes

Early warning signs of developing operational or equipment problems:

Based on the readings of 3A above water heater unit appears to be performing properly however there are error codes.

Actual GPM appears to be lower than desired

Procedures for handling non-routine problems such as alarms, power failure, and component failure:

No alarms are built into the unit

Power failure will result in a non-operable system – restore power and startup unit per Start up process (2C)

Component failure will result in repeat error codes. Refer to manual page 16 for error codes and corrective action

Preventative maintenance requirements: (PMR) Preventive maintenance requirements may impact other items of the installation such as electrical supply and wiring, water piping and associated valves and controls.

Haws water heaters are very low maintenance.

Ensure that the water heater is supplied with a clean potable, consistent water supply as outlined in the O+M.

Check filter screen or associated y-strainer or other pre-filters to ensure clear water supply within listed water pressure.

Ensure proper electrical supply as outlined within the O+M.

Perform PMR per site requirements not to exceed 90 days.

Maintenance inspection program: (MIP)

Haws water heaters are very low maintenance. Ensure PMR is completed every 90 days.

Disable power to the unit via external disconnect or local disconnects. Per site lockout procedures open cabinet door and visually inspect components for sings of damage associated with possible water leaks, excessive heat or external factors that could impact the water heater and associated components.

Perform MIP per site requirements not to exceed 90 days.

14

CONTROL FEATURES

CAUTION

BEFORE USING THIS CONTROL , make sure all prior installation steps have been properly completed, electrical power is on and water is present in the heater.

Push Button Flow Chart

1) The SETPOINT TEMP or ACTUAL TEMP screen can be selected for display as the home screen. Either of these screens will remain on the display when the backlight timer expires.

SETPOINT

TEMP120F

2) There is a 5-minute time delay built into the control.

Regardless of which screen is being displayed, after 5 minutes of inactivity, the display will revert to the SETPOINT

TEMP screen.

3) The 4 push buttons are used to control the operation of the heater. The LEFT and RIGHT buttons shift the display from one screen to another. The DOWN and UP buttons may change the values within selected screens.

4) As an example, when the screen displays SETPOINT TEMP, the desired hot water temperature will increase 1 degree for each press of the UP button and decrease 1 degree for each press of the DOWN button. Note that minimum and maximum set point temperatures are established at the factory.

OR

SETPOINT

TEMP120F

SETPOINT

TEMP120F

ACTUAL

TEMP 75F

5) The LEFT and RIGHT buttons shift the display from one screen to another. From the INLET TEMP screen, one press of the RIGHT button will shift the display to the SETPOINT

TEMP screen. INLET TEMP shows the actual temperature of the water entering the heater.

6) From the SETPOINT TEMP screen, one press of the RIGHT button will shift the display to the ACTUAL TEMP screen. This shows the actual temperature of the water leaving the heater.

7) Form the ACTUAL TEMP screen, one press of the RIGHT button will shift the display to the LOAD PCT screen. This shows the electrical power consumption as a percentage of full power.

INLET

TEMP 75F

SETPOINT

TEMP120F

ACTUAL

TEMP 75F

SETPOINT

TEMP120F

ACTUAL

TEMP 75F

LOAD PCT

0% PWR

15

8) From the LOAD PCT screen, one press of the RIGHT button will shift the display to the FLOWRATE screen. This shows the rate of flow of water through the heater.

9) From the FLOWRATE screen, one press of the RIGHT button will shift the display to the UNITS screen. This shows the units of measure in either the ENGLISH or METRIC systems. ENGLISH units are degrees Fahrenheit and gallons per minute. METRIC units are degrees Celsius and liters per second. Use the UP and DOWN buttons to select the desired units of measure.

10) From the UNITS screen, one press of the RIGHT button will shift the display to the SOFTWARE REVISION screen. This shows the revision level of the software in the control.

11) From the SOFTWARE REVISION SCREEN, one press of the right button will shift the display to the ERRORS screen. This shows the error history of the heater. “0 ERRORS” means that no errors have occurred.

If the heater has an error history of 4 errors: this history will be displayed on the screen as shown. “CODE 1:E0” refers to the first error and indicates it to be an E0 error. One press of the UP button will show the second error as “CODE 2:E0” error.

Continued pressing of the UP or DOWN buttons will scroll through each of the errors in the history (in this case a total of 4). ERRORS indicate an undesirable condition but will not shut down the operation of the heater

LOAD PCT

0% PWR

FLOWRATE

??? GPM

UNITS

ENGLISH

SOFTWARE

20131218

FLOWRATE

??? GPM

UNITS

ENGLISH

SOFTWARE

20131218

1 ERROR

CODE1:F0

Error Codes

E0: Excessive water flow detected

Corrective action: Using the OUTLET BALL VALVE, slowly reduce water flow until the desired temperature is achieved.

The temperature is proportional to the flow through the heater; the lower the flow, the higher the temperature and vice versa.

CAUTION

Keep the INLET BALL VALVE fully “OPEN”. NEVER RESTRICT THE WATER FLOW USING

THE INLET VALVE.

E1: Inlet temperature too hot to generate heat

16

12) FAULTS are communicated through the LCD display. The display will switch from the SETPOINT screen to the FAULT screen and back again every 3 seconds. FAULTS indicate an undesirable condition and will immediately shut down the operation of the heater. If faults are appearing on your heater call Haws Technical Support for assistance.

SOFTWARE

20131218

1 ERROR

CODE1:F0

Fault Codes

F0: Outlet thermistor out of range

F1: No change in water temperature detected

F2: Dry fire detected - Optical Sensor Tripped

F3: Excessive dry fire occurrences detected

F4: Inlet thermistor out of range

13) The security of the heater settings is provided by pressing and holding the LEFT and UP buttons for 3 seconds to lock the buttons. Once locked, the buttons have no function. Press and hold the same LEFT and UP buttons for 3 seconds to unlock the buttons.

The security status can be checked at any time by pressing any one button. If the system is locked, the screen will display

“BUTTONS LOCKED”.

14) The display can be turned off or on. Press and hold the

DOWN and RIGHT buttons for 3 seconds. If the display is off, it can be turned on by pressing and holding the same DOWN and

RIGHT buttons for 3 seconds.

[ + ] =

+

BUTTONS

LOCKED

17

TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES

If you need any assistance from our Technical Service Department, make sure you can identify this water heater by having the model number and serial number.

Model No. ______________________________

Serial No. ______________________________

Call (800) 766-5612 [email protected]

PROBLEM

Unit does on

Display

ERROR E1

Display

FAULT F0

Display

FAULT F1 not power

POSSIBLE CAUSES

Main Power issue A1

Blown Fuse

Transformer overload

A2

A3

Action

Check main power supply voltage is within +/- 5% of nominal. Check breaker and wire size.

Check all fuses for continuity

Check circuit breaker on 24V control transformer

IF TRUE

Proceed to Action

A2

A3

A4

IF FALSE

Proceed to Action

Provide the correct supply voltage to the heater

Check voltages and elements, replace fuse

Check voltages and for failed PCB, Contactors- reset transformer

Check connection, and reset connector

Printed circuit board (PCB)

A4 Verify main PCB is plugged in at P16

Water temperature entering heater is above SETPOINT

A5

Verify supply water supply temperature is below set point.

Note - Heater will automatically engage when incoming water drops below set point.

Replace PCB

A6

Adjust supply temperature below set point

Loose PCB connection or pinched wire

Inlet thermistor failure

Outlet thermistor out of range

A6

A7

A8

Check PCB connection at P7 and check wire routing

Check thermistor for proper placement in well

Check PCB connection at P7 and check wire routing

A7

Replace thermistor

A9

Outlet thermistor is damaged or wire is cut

A9

Check thermistor, wire, or connector for damage

Replace thermistor

Heater is frozen A10

Verify supply and feed lines are not frozen

Un-freeze heater and check functionality

No change in water temperature detected

A11

Verify change in temperature by checking ACTUAL TEMP vs INLET

TEMP

Lower flow rate to allow heater to operate in range of capability

Check connection, and reset connector

Re-seat thermistor in well

Check connection, and reset connector

A10

A12

Thermistor failure A12

Thermal trip at

ECO/ Damaged wire

A13

Follow actions A5-A7

Power off, Using a multimeter check continuity at PCB P17 pins 1 and 3.

Check all wires for loose connection

A14

A13

No continuity verifies a thermal trip. Shut down power and allow to cool. Verify connector is seated

18

Display

FAULT

Display

FAULT F3

Display

FAULT F4

No heat

Flow rate is too high

A14 Check LOAD PCT for 100% load

Reduce flow rate, heater is operating outside of capability

A15

Element failure A15

Power off, Using a multimeter check continuity at between red and black wires at each element chamber

Heating Elements not modulating

A16

Verify SSR/Triac functionality by checking current draw off each

SSR/Triac by means of an amp clamp. Also verify signal wires are connected from PCB P2, P3, and P4.

A16

Ambient light is causing the optical

(overheat) sensors to trip.

A17

Air is present in the heating chamber

A18

Unit is to be operated with the cover on or (if NEMA equipped) door closed when power is applied to the unit.

Verify air is not present in the system by checking for a red led light on the heating chamber. Look between the black manifolds into the clear tube sections for air bubbles.

A18

Remove air by installing an air scrubber prior to heater, or flushing system thoroughly before use.

Check all wire connections

No continuity- replace heater element. Check water quality

No current draw- replace SSR/ Triac

Close door, or reinstall cover

Replace light sensor board

Loose /cut wire to optical sensors

Verify 5VDC is present on the last optical sensor in the chain by using a multimeter set for dc voltage at the

A19 connector P12 with one meter lead on the red wire and the other on the black wire.

Multiple dry fire conditions detected (FAULT

F2) more than 3 times

A20

Recheck actions A17-A19. Shut down power and restart.

Check A17 and A18 again

Inlet thermistor out of range

A21

Verify inlet thermistor is properly seated in thermal well

Turn-on flow rate not satisfied

Display states

FLOW ???

A22

Toggle through display to verify

FLOWRATE and TURN-ON

Power off unit, and verify no faults

A23 are found. Verify flow meter harness is seated in terminal P12 on the main PCB and at flow meter PCB

Verify inlet temperature is not below freezing, above set point temperature, or heater is piped backwards

Increase water flow rate above TURN-ON setting

Call

Haws

for support, firmware reload may be required

Call Haws for support

Replace main PCB and light sensor boards

Replace thermistor inlet or outlet or both

Check wiring to flowmeter.

If faults found reference above

Note: Error code history is not self-clearing. Unit keeps track of past errors. Error codes do not necessarily mean there is a current error.

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TECHNICAL SUPPORT

TECHNICAL SUPPORT FORM

PERFORM STEPS BELOW BEFORE CALLING

HAWS SERVICES

(800) 766-5612

WATER HEATER

MODEL # ____________________________________ SERIAL # ____________________________________

Inlet Water Pressure ____________________

Incoming Voltage

L1 ____________

L2 ____________

L3 ____________

Inlet Water Temperature ____________________

Testing Elements

Amp draw on each heating element, place clamp on each red wire on inlet side of contactor.

E1 ______ E2 ______ E3 ______

E4 ______ E5 ______ E6 ______

Testing Elements

Ohm out heating elements: place

#1 lead on 1 terminal on right side of SSR (FIG 1); place #2 lead (FIG 2) on the matching numbered red wire on outlet side of contactor

GPM FLOW RATE _____________

FIG 1

Wire #1 TAG

FIG 2

LOAD PERCENTAGE _____________

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Testing Points

Testing optical sensors:

Ohm out optical sensors: find jack plug p5 on circuit board and place #1 lead on the blue wire, then place #2 lead on the on the blue wire on the back right optical board. Move #2 lead to each blue wire on optical boards to verify continuity. Repeat with black wire.

Lead placement: TEST BLUE

AND BLACK SEPERATELY. PUT

1 LEAD ON BLUE WIRE ON P5

PLUG THEN OTHER LEAD

GOES TO EACH BLUE WIRE

ALONG OPTICAL SENSORS.

REPEAT WITH BLACK WIRE.

Test ECO’s (electric cut offs):

To check ECO’S, on jack plug P17 put leads between top and bottom contact. If no continuity, then check across each

ECO

Test points for individual

ECO

Test points to check all

ECOs

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Configuration Parameters Loading Guide

Record and document any error codes on display, inserting USB will erase all code history. Then

Disconnect power from the heater by turning off the circuit breaker.

ERROR CODES:

Your heater should

be installed in a NEMA

4/4X cabinet (9326/7) . For units with the

NEMA 1 cabinet ( different unit 9321) , remove the 5 mounting screws to remove the cover.

Plug in the USB

Turn on the power

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Home screen will appear first.

The heater has recognized the USB drive

CNF file has been successfully loaded-IF “CNF ERR” is displayed, try removing reseating the USB into the slot.

It is now OK to turn off the power, remove the USB and replace the cover

ACTUAL

TEMP 73F

USB CONN

90 73F

USB CONN

CNF READ

USB CONN

90 73F

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REPAIRS AND OPTIONS

Repair Parts

WARNING

Service and repairs are to be performed by licensed electricians or qualified servicemen .

WARNING

Before attempting any repairs to the heater, make sure that the electrical breaker is

“off” and confirm that there is no voltage at the heater.

ECO’s Electrical Connections Transformer

Optical

Sensor

Boards

LED Display

Board

Control

Board

Fuses

Heating Element

Assembly*

Flow

Meter **

SSR’s

* HEATING ELEMENT ASSEMBLY CONSISTS OF ONE HEATER CORE AND WIRE ELEMENT(S)

** FLOW METER KIT CONSISTS OF PADDLE WHEEL, DOWEL PIN, O RING AND 4 MOUNTING SCREWS.

CONTACT HAWS SERVICES AT

(800) 766-5612 FOR REPAIR PARTS

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NEMA Cabinet 4, 4X, 4X (316)

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OPTIONS ARE NOT APPLICABLE

TO HAWS 9321, NEMA 1 (NON-

WATERPROOF) CABINET

Options

Optional Class 1 Division 2

Establishing Connections Sizes, Lengths & Bends

Typical Single Protected Enclosure Connections

Helpful Hints

To ensure adequate protective gas flow to the protected enclosure(s), all piping and tubing must be fully reamed.

Precautions must be taken to prevent crimping and other damage to protective gas piping and tubing.

When protecting multiple enclosures with a single enclosure protection system, the enclosures must be connected in series from the smallest to the largest to ensure adequate protective gas flow.

Determining Enclosure Inlet & Outlet Connection Locations

Helpful Hints

If flammable gases are lighter than air, the inlet connection to each enclosure must enter near a bottom corner. The outlet connection, for the required enclosure protection vent or piping to an adjacent protected enclosure, must exit near an extreme opposite top corner. If flammable gases are heavier than air, inlet and outlet connections must be reversed. In all cases, the most prevalent gas must determine the location of inlet and outlet connections.

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Electrical Supply Requirements

General Wiring Requirements

WARNING

THIS DEVICE CONTAINS ELECTRICAL PARTS

WHICH CAN CAUSE SHOCK OR INJURY.

All electrical connections, conduit and fittings on the protected enclosure must be suitable for the hazardous location in which they are installed. In addition, all conduit and wire must be installed in accordance with NEC as required and all relevant plant and local codes. Note: Do not use seals on conduit used as a protected "wireway" to supply protective gas to adjacent protected enclosures. The same conduit can be utilized for both electrical and pneumatic service to an adjacent protected enclosure(s), provided the conduit is oversized to allow a minimum free clearance equal to or larger than the pipe size required between multiple enclosures.

Enclosure Power Requirements

The protected enclosure(s) electrical power source must originate from a circuit breaker or fused disconnect suitable for the hazardous location in which it is installed. The switch must be located within fifty (50) (15.2 m) feet of the protected enclosure(s) and the protection system and be properly marked.

Alarm Signal Requirements

The WPSA style pressure switch requires a 120 VAC power supply in addition to the alarm signal. The WPS and WPSA Style system alarm signal may originate from the protected enclosure if the alarm signal is disconnected by the protected enclosure's circuit breaker or fused disconnect as stated in Enclosure Power

Requirements above.

The protected enclosure(s) alarm signal power may also originate from outside of the protected enclosure. In this application, the protected enclosure may be used as a "wireway" to pass alarm signal wiring from the power source to the alarm device, if the wiring is isolated and properly labeled. In addition, appropriate conduit seals must be provided outside of the protected enclosure separately.

Important Note

NFPA 496 requires the use of an alarm or an indicator to detect the loss of safe enclosure pressure. In addition, the NFPA 496 requires that if an indicator alone is utilized, a protective gas supply alarm must also be installed between the last valve in the protective gas supply and the protected enclosure.

Therefore, the protective gas supply to all LPS Style systems must be equipped with the above mentioned protective gas supply alarm. Exception: Systems utilizing an EPSK or GPSK enclosure pressure loss alarm switch accessory will satisfy the above mentioned NFPA requirement.

Typical Enclosure Wiring Methods

In a general sense, protected enclosures should be wired similar to explosion proof enclosures, in accordance with Article 500 of the National Electric Code - NFPA 70.

Single conductor wiring should be placed in rigid metal conduit, seal-flex conduit or other mediums approved for use in the hazardous location surrounding the protected enclosure.

Additionally, NFPA 496 requires the use of approved seals on all pressurized enclosure conduit wiring entries, in accordance with

NFPA 70. Furthermore, the use of an approved seal is simply the most practical way to prevent excessive leakage through conduit connections.

However, while explosion proof enclosures require conduit seals on all cable entries, in accordance with NFPA 70, other methods of sealed cable entries that are suitable for hazardous locations can be used, such as compression glands.

In conclusion, there are two primary goals. First, the installer should ensure that all associated wiring and cable is protected by pressurization or other means, such as explosion proof conduit or intrinsic safety barriers. Secondly, the installer should ensure that all associated conduit and wireways are sealed to conserve protective gas, unless they are used to supply protective gas to other enclosures or devices.

Typical Enclosure Wiring Connections

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Electrical Conduit

1.

Choose the location for the enclosure's electrical conduit connection(s) based on the requirements on page 49,

"Electrical Supply Requirements".

2.

Drill and deburr enclosure conduit fitting holes in the protected enclosure. Mount the fittings.

3.

Determine appropriate route for the enclosure electrical and power alarm signal conduit

4.

Measure, cut and thread conduit, check conduit fit to ensure proper seating. Fully ream all conduit.

5.

Install conduit and tighten all fittings to fitting manufacturer’s specifications. Secure conduit to appropriate structural supports as required.

6.

Seal all conduit with an approved compound prior to operation of the protection system.

Helpful Hint

It may be impractical to pour all electrical conduit seals prior to installation in the field. However, all conduit connections must be sealed for proper testing and operation of the Enclosure

Protection System. Therefore, the use of temporary seals such as duct seal or masking tape for bench or shop testing, prior to final field installation may be used.

Conduit Installation

WPS Style Conduit Connection Parts

WPS & WPSA style systems provide electrical contacts for audible or visual alarm devices that signal a loss of protected enclosure pressure. They are calibrated to alarm at 0.15” (3.8 mm) for Class

I applications. The switches are suitable for hazardous (classified) outdoor locations. Wiring must be installed with a seal and conduit: fittings suitable for the area. Alarm circuit power may be derived from the protected enclosure power source or an intrinsically safe alarm signal source. All associated alarm devices must be protected by suitable means (explosion proof, purged or intrinsically safe).

WPS Style Conduit Connection Parts

Fitting Kits Can Be Bebco Furnished

1.

For EXP pressure loss alarm switch connected to an enclosure mounted alarm, one (1) LCK (L fitting Conduit Kit) or equivalent conduit elbow, coupling and seal fittings.

2.

For EXP pressure loss alarm switch connected to a remote mounted alarm, one (1) TCK (T fitting Conduit Kit) or equivalent conduit tee, coupling and seal fittings.

3.

One (1) lot 150# rating 1/2" galvanized or aluminum pipe.

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Set-up Procedure

Helpful Hints

“Safe" pressure, for purposes of this manual, is defined as a minimum .25 inch (6.4 mm) of water column.

Regulator may be in the locked position upon arrival. To adjust regulator, pull handle to outward position.

Carefully insert T-bar valve key to align valve stem tip of both valves. Practice locking and unlocking key in the

RECV valve stem. Practice and familiarization of this process should ease operation of the system.

To test the vent's operation, gently prod the vent flapper open with a soft pointed object, (example: eraser end of a pencil) ensuring that the vent valve works freely. On vertically configured vents, this can be accomplished from within the protected enclosure. Side mounted -90 configured vents can be tested by removing the conduit plug at the bottom of the mounting tee. Multiple operations require only one test per day if enclosure is not opened or left unattended.

Important Notes

T he Rapid Exchange® Control Valve and the Enclosure

Pressure Control Valve are both operated by utilizing the removable T-bar Valve Key supplied with the system. The purge system is shipped with the T-bar Valve Key locked in the Rapid Exchange® Control Valve stem. To remove the Tbar Valve Key, wrap your index and middle finger around the T-Bar and place your thumb firmly against the system face plate. Pull the T-bar Valve Key straight out firmly. This will unlock and free the T-bar Valve Key for use in the

Enclosure Pressure Control Valve stem. When Set-Up or

Operating procedures are complete. Replace the T-bar

Valve Key in the Rapid Exchange® Control Valve stem and push in firmly to lock in position. THE T-BAR VALVE KEY

LOCKS IN THE RAPID EXCHANGE® CONTROL VALVE STEM

ONLY.

Operators must secure wrist or stop watch to manually time Exchange Cycle for all applications.

Pepperl+Fuchs Rapid Exchange® Purging Systems are designed to provide a pre-calibrated and certified volume exchange rate. With the Rapid Exchange® pressure gauge set at 60 psi (4.14 bar) minimum, the model 3003 will accomplish the required volume exchanges at a rate of

ONE MINUTE PER 3 CUBIC FOOT (85 /min) of enclosure volume.

The volume exchange rate is based on a four (4) enclosure volume exchange. Multiply the required exchange time by

2.5 for applications requiring a ten (10) volume exchange for motors. Regardless of enclosure volume or system flow rate. Pepperl+Fuchs requires that operators withhold power to the enclosure while inducing the Class I enclosure volume exchange, for at least five (5) minutes.

Normal exchange times should be doubled if large obstructions block protective gas flow.

Class I Purging Set-Up

READ IMPORTANT NOTES BEFORE

PROCEEDING WITH SET-UP

1.

Utilizing the T-bar Valve Key supplied with system (see important notes), close Rapid Exchange® Control and

Enclosure Pressure Valves fully by turning clockwise (CW).

2.

Engage the protective gas supply to the System Supply Inlet and set the Rapid Exchanger Pressure Gauge to 60 psi.

3.

Temporarily connect a 0-10 inch (0-254 mm) water column pressure gauge or manometer to the protected enclosure.

4.

Check operation of Enclosure Protection Vent as detailed above. (see “Helpful Hints”)

5.

Seal enclosure(s) and adjust Enclosure Pressure Control

Valve, utilizing the T-bar Valve Key, by opening slowly counterclockwise (CCW) to set a "Safe" pressure on the

Enclosure Pressure Gauge. NOTE: If pressure setting is difficult to stabilize or set. (see page 18, "Trouble-Shooting

Procedures").

6.

Carefully remove T-bar Valve Key from Enclosure Pressure

Control Valve stem. Ensure Enclosure Pressure Gauge "Safe" pressure setting is stable.

7.

Utilizing the T-bar Valve Key supplied with system (see important notes above), lock T-bar Valve Key into Rapid

Exchange® Control Valve stem. Open valve fully by turning

90° CCW and quickly ensure the Enclosure Protection Vent opens. Note: The Enclosure Pressure Gauge should move quickly off scale to the right, this is normal for all Rapid

Exchange® purging systems.

8.

Readjust the regulator to 60 psi (4.14 bar) minimum, while inducing Rapid Exchange® until the test gauge reads approximately 3 to 5 inches (76-127 mm) of pressure and does not fluctuate. (insufficient enclosure pressure will cause the Enclosure Protection Vent to "shuttle') DO NOT exceed

10 inches (254 mm) of pressure within the protected enclosure.

9.

Close Rapid Exchanger Control Valve fully and ensure T-bar

Valve Key is firmly locked in Rapid Exchange® Control Valve stem.

10. Cease testing and remove test equipment.

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Operating Sequence

WARNING

Do not exceed “Safe” pressure with the Enclosure Pressure Control Valve.

Operators must follow step-by-step sequence of the Start-Up Instructions Nameplate on the Protection System.

Class I Purging Operation

With the protective gas supply connected, enclosure power deenergized and alarm system energized (if utilized).

1.

Carefully read Start-Up Instructions on system.

2.

Check operation of the Enclosure Protection Vent (EPV-3) opening it manually several times. (see page 50, 'Helpful

Hint").

3.

Seal protected enclosure(s).

4.

Unlock T-bar Valve Key from the RECV stern and place in the

EPCV stern. (see important notes, page 50), open Enclosure

Pressure Control Valve, by turning CCW. to set Enclosure

Pressure Gauge at “Safe” pressure, the Pressure Loss Alarm

Switch (if utilized) should then activate to silence the alarm system.

5.

Ensure the Protection System Enclosure Pressure Gauge maintains a "Safe" pressure for one (1) minute.

6.

Carefully remove T-bar Valve Key from Enclosure Pressure

Control Valve stem. Ensure Enclosure Pressure Gauge “Safe” pressure setting is stable.

7.

Utilizing the T-Par Valve Key supplied with system, open

Rapid Exchange® Control Valve fully by turning 90° CCW and quickly ensure the Enclosure Protection Vent opens. Note:

The Enclosure Pressure Gauge should move quickly off scale to the right, this is normal for all Rapid Exchange® purging systems.

8.

Standby for the exchange time as specified on the Start-Up

Instructions (five minutes minimum) then close the Rapid

Exchange® Control Valve fully and ensure T-bar Valve Key is firmly locked in Rapid Exchange® Control Valve stem.

9.

Wait for the Enclosure Pressure Gauge to return to a “Safe” pressure and energize the protected enclosure(s) power via the local disconnect switch.

10. Ensure the Enclosure Pressure Indicator maintains a "Safe" pressure before leaving system unattended.

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System Maintenance

Regular Maintenance

Drain the Protection System Filter (if utilized) frequently and clean system with non-solvent cleaning agents only.

Long Term Maintenance

Calibrate the enclosure pressure indicator to 0 inches by venting the purge pressure reference port and the protected enclosure to atmosphere and adjusting the calibration screw in the lower center portion of the indicator’s face.

Fully open the enclosure pressure control valve, to blow out any deposits around the tip of the valve and to ensure that the enclosure protection vent is operating properly, then carefully readjust system according to the set-up procedure and operating sequence on pages 50. Replace or tighten stem packing nut as required to prohibit stem packing leakage.

Carefully disassemble the enclosure protection vent by loosening the two bottom hex nuts that hold the unit together.

(DO NOT REMOVE CAP NUTS ON TOP OF VENT BODY)

Carefully clean the flapper valve and vent body seats with warm soap and water, being careful not to extend the vent valve beyond its normal opening point, and being careful not to exert any stress on the valve hinge.

Examine the entire Protection System and the protected enclosure(s), and replace any defective parts curing routine shutdown of the protected enclosure(s). Parts are available from Pepperl+Fuchs on immediate notice as required.

Maintenance Schedule

Date Work Performed Performed By

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Optional Enclosure Heater

1) Attach heat tape and foam insulation to all lengths of inlet and outlet water piping that are exposed to freezing temperature. We recommend a rating of -30 degrees F at 10 miles per hour wind. Connect the heat tape to an independent source of electrical power.

CAUTION

Failure to attached heat tape and insulation to exposed inlet and outlet pipes will void the warranty .

2) Set the thermostat on the enclosure heater, located at the upper left corner in the enclosure, to 40 – 70 degrees F.

Note: Heater fan continuously operates to recirculate air in the enclosure. The heater coil will activate based on thermostat set point.

Note: Power must be applied to the water heater for the freeze protection system to operate. If power is not applied ensure the system is completely drained. Neglecting to do so will damage the heater and void the warranty.

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Optional GFCI

The optional GFCI consist of (A) Control Module and (B) Current Transformer. This control module has a LCD display indicating real-time measurements. The GFCI module is preset from factory to trip at 3.0 A.

Test and reset functions are carried out automatically every 24 hours. To manual test the

GFCI, press the test button for a minimum of 1.5 seconds. To reset a tripped GFCI, cycle the power of the unit. If equipped with a disconnect handle, turn the handle to the “OFF” position then back to

“ON”.

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DISCONNECT SWITCH MODEL

Operating Voltage

Max Horsepower Rating:

120 VAC 1-Phase

220/240 VAC 1-Phase

220/240 VAC 3-Phase

440/480 VAC 3-Phase

600 VAC 3=Phase

Short circuit rating with fuses

Branch circuit fuse type

Max fuse rating (A)

Optional NON-FUSIBLE Disconnect Switch

60 A

600 V

100 A

600 V

3

10

20

40

50

100

J

60

-

10

30

75

100

200

J

100

200 A

600 V

-

10

75

150

200

200

J

200

Disconnect Handle

NEMA Type: 4, 4X Color: Red/Yellow

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Optional FUSIBLE Disconnect Switch

DISCONNECT SWITCH MODEL

RATING (A)

Max horsepower rating/ Max motor

FLA current phase Three

208 v

240 v

480 v

600 v

DC 125 V (2 pole in series)

DC 250 V (3 pole in series)

Short circuit rating with fuses

Branch circuit fuse type

Max fuse rating (A)

200 AMP

200 A

600 V

50/150

60/154

125/156

130/144

15/112

40/140

200

J

200

100 AMP

100 A

600 V

25/78.5

30/80

60/77

75/77

7.5/58

20/38

200

J

100

NEMA TYPE: 4,4x

DISCONNECT HANDLE

COLOR: RED/YELLOW

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INSTALLATION, OPERATION

&

MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS

1455 Kleppe Lane

Sparks, NV 89431-6467

(775) 359-4712

Fax (775) 359-7424

E-mail: [email protected]

 website: www.hawsco.com

No. 0002080089 Rev 1

Model 9326/9327

Instantaneous Water Heater

NOTE TO INSTALLER: Please leave this information with the Maintenance Department.

LIMITED WARRANTY

HAWS warrants that this specific product is guaranteed against defective material or poor workmanship for a period of one year from date of shipment . HAWS liability under this warranty shall be discharged by furnishing without charge F.O.B. HAWS Factory any goods, or part thereof, which shall appear to the Company upon inspection to be of defective material or not of first class workmanship, provided that claim is made in writing to Haws within a reasonable period after receipt of the product. Where claims for defects are made, the defective part or parts shall be delivered to the Company, prepaid, for inspection. HAWS will not be liable for the cost of repairs, alterations or replacements, or for any expense connected therewith made by the owner or his agents, except upon written authority from HAWS, Sparks, Nevada. HAWS will not be liable for any damages caused by defective materials or poor workmanship, except for replacements, as provided above. Buyer agrees that Haws has made no other warranties either expressed or implied in addition to those above stated, except that of title with respect to any of the products or equipment sold hereunder and that HAWS shall not be liable for general, special, or consequential damages claimed to arise under the contract of sale.

The emergency equipment manufactured by HAWS is warranted to function if installation and maintenance instructions provided are adhered to. The units also must be used for the purpose for which they were intended. This product is intended to supplement first-aid treatment. Due to widely varying conditions, Haws cannot guarantee that the use of this emergency equipment will prevent serious injury or the aggravation of existing or prior injuries.

NO OTHER WARRANTIES EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED ARE AUTHORIZED, PROVIDED OR GIVEN BY

HAWS.

SHOULD YOU EXPERIENCE DIFFICULTY WITH THE INSTALLATION OF THIS

MODEL PLEASE CALL:

TECHNICAL SUPPORT: 1-800-766-5612

FOR CUSTOMER SERVICE: 1-888-640-4297

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Haws Corpotation

1455 Kleppe Lane , Sparks , NV 89431

(775) 359-4712

Fax:

(775) 359-7424 info@ hawsco

.com

www.hawsco.com

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