SPLIT AIR TO WATER HEAT PUMPS

SPLIT AIR TO WATER HEAT PUMPS
SERVICE AND INSTALLATION
MANUAL
SPLIT
AIR TO WATER HEAT PUMPS
SHP-140IRC+SHP-140ERC
SHP-180IRC+SHP-180ERC
H E AT P U M P S
Contents
General information ......................................................................................................................................3
Used symbols............................................................................................................................................4
CE marking ...............................................................................................................................................4
Mark of Quality..............................................................................................................................................4
Safety precautions and instructions ...............................................................................................................5
Basic information ..........................................................................................................................................8
Introduction ...............................................................................................................................................8
Product presentation .................................................................................................................................8
Principle of operation ............................................................................................................................... 10
Operation range ...................................................................................................................................... 11
Basic functions ........................................................................................................................................ 11
Heating mode ...................................................................................................................................... 11
Cooling mode....................................................................................................................................... 11
Evaporator defrosting ........................................................................................................................... 12
Service settings of heat pump .............................................................................................................. 12
Automatic modes ................................................................................................................................. 12
Heat pump switch off............................................................................................................................ 12
Product appearance.................................................................................................................................... 13
Specifications ............................................................................................................................................. 14
Packing....................................................................................................................................................... 15
CAPACITY SPECIFICATIONS.................................................................................................................... 16
Views.......................................................................................................................................................... 18
Indoor unit ............................................................................................................................................... 18
Outdoor unit ............................................................................................................................................ 18
Unit description ........................................................................................................................................... 19
Indoor unit ............................................................................................................................................... 19
Outdoor unit ............................................................................................................................................ 20
Dimensions ............................................................................................................................................. 21
Refrigerant circuit diagram ....................................................................................................................... 22
Basic components....................................................................................................................................... 23
Parts of the unit (components) ................................................................................................................. 25
Partslist................................................................................................................................................ 25
1) Compressor ..................................................................................................................................... 26
2) Heat exchangers.............................................................................................................................. 26
3) Circulation pump .............................................................................................................................. 27
4) Fan .................................................................................................................................................. 27
5) Electric heater.................................................................................................................................. 28
6) Liquid separator ............................................................................................................................... 28
7) Strainer ............................................................................................................................................ 28
Transportation ............................................................................................................................................ 29
Assembling of outdoor unit ...................................................................................................................... 30
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Place of installation ..................................................................................................................................... 31
Indoor unit ............................................................................................................................................... 31
Outdoor unit ............................................................................................................................................ 32
Outdoor unit foundation ........................................................................................................................... 33
Water connection ........................................................................................................................................ 34
Basic diagrams of water connections ....................................................................................................... 35
Refrigerant pipe connection ........................................................................................................................ 39
Electric components.................................................................................................................................... 40
General information ................................................................................................................................. 40
Installation instructions ............................................................................................................................ 41
Wiring diagram ........................................................................................................................................ 42
Power supply ........................................................................................................................................... 43
Communication cables ............................................................................................................................ 43
Comissioning .............................................................................................................................................. 45
First operation start .............................................................................................................................. 45
Control ........................................................................................................................................................ 45
Automatic protection functions ................................................................................................................. 45
Adjustable functions ................................................................................................................................ 46
Vaccum check ......................................................................................................................................... 46
Heat system hand over to provider .............................................................................................................. 46
Service and maintenance ............................................................................................................................ 47
Checks .................................................................................................................................................... 47
Inspection procedure ............................................................................................................................... 47
Troubleshooting....................................................................................................................................... 49
Common faults and troubleshooting......................................................................................................... 49
Recycling and disposal ............................................................................................................................... 50
Warranty terms and conditions: ................................................................................................................... 51
Service ....................................................................................................................................................... 51
WARNING .................................................................................................................................................. 52
Manufacturer: ............................................................................................................................................. 52
Supplier, service and technical support: ...................................................................................................... 52
APPENDIX: ................................................................................................................................................ 53
Refrigerant material safety data sheet...................................................................................................... 53
Resistance table of temperature sensors ................................................................................................. 59
Exploded views and Parts list .................................................................................................................. 61
COMMISSIONING PROTOCOL - HANDOVER PROTOCOL ................................................................... 65
Declaration of conformity ......................................................................................................................... 66
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General information
Welcome in the world of air source heat pump. Your decision to purchase heat pump will reward you for
many years. This is your assurance that you have purchased quality heat pump system, which is
manufactured based on the latest level of knowledge and innovation.
We are pleased to introduce new powerful high temperature heat pump S-THERM+ series, which has been
tested based on EHPA and EN 14511 standards and reached excellent results in energy-efficiency; these
results are indicated in submitted protocols.
Control units of existing air-water heat pumps adjust refrigerant quantity through thermostatic or electric
expansion valve to set temperature based on temperature and pressure of refrigerant without taking into
consideration status of additional nodes of heat pump system.
Control unit of SINCLAIR S-THERM+ heat pump optimizes the control process of heat pump
comprehensively, which means that control unit uses several additional data sources, gathered in important
nodes of the whole system. Control process is thus expanded with the data of outdoor temperature,
compressor temperature, refrigerant temperature and pressure, position of control valves, heating water
temperature and flow, air flow through evaporator etc.
This comprehensive way of heat pump controlling can react more quickly and precisely to the changes of
physical quantities, which have influence on the efficiency of the whole system. Next advantage brings the
fact, that monitoring these important physical quantities gives the control unit the possibility to foresee
expected changes and react in advance. As a result of this, control process becomes smoother without
fluctuations and overshooting, which is typical for existing less sophisticated or versatile control units.
Operation of SINCLAIR S-THERM+ heat pump system is thus much more stable.
High temperature heat pump SINCLAIR S-THERM+ and its control unit was designed as a complex system
providing efficient management of thermal energy to guarantee balanced and efficient operation of a house,
inclusive integration of solar cells as a additional source of thermal energy and a possibility for swimming
pool heating. But the system is of course for its operation dependent on continuous supply of necessary
amount of electric energy from distribution network. For the case of power supply failure, there is the
possibility to add a special optional battery operated GSM module, which can in the case of power failure
send SMS message to given telephone numbers informing about this event; in case of fatal failure of the
system, message defining current status can be sent to the user, giving him a chance to take necessary
steps for system operation recovery or to take necessary measures.
Standard equipment includes also LAN module, which gives the possibility of remote control and monitoring
via internet network.
Read before use
The following instructions will guide you through the whole documentation. Besides this operation manual
there are also other manuals to be respected.
Manufacturer takes no responsibility for any damage, caused by not following operation instructions.
During heat pump installation follow strictly instructions, given in all manuals for sub-systems and
components of heating system. These manuals are attached to all parts of heating system
and supplementary components. Follow also instructions in all operation manuals, supplied with components
of heating system.
Please hand over the service manual and all related documentation or necessary tools to the provider of the
equipment. He will keep these stored in a safe place, so that manuals and tools are at hand in case of need.
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Used symbols
Icon
Meaning
Prohibition. Subject of prohibition is indicated next to the icon.
Mandatory action. Indicated action must be done.
CAUTION (incl. WARNING)
Follow given instructions.
CE marking
CE marking confirms that heat pump complies with basic requirements of the following European Council
regulations:
Directive 2004/108/EG of the European Council related to „Electromagnetic compatibility“ with
limitation class B
Directive 2006/95/EG of the European Council related to „Electrical equipment designed for use
within certain voltage limits“ (Directive for low voltage)
Heat pumps comply with the following standards:
EN 60335-1 ed.2; EN 60335-2-40 ed.2:2004; EN 62233:2008; EN 55014-1 ed.3:2007; EN 55014-2:1998;
EN 61000-3-2 ed.3:2006; EN 61000-3-3 ed.2:2009; EN 61000-6-3 ed.2:2007; EN ISO 13857:2008;
EN 378-2+A1:2009; EN 378-4:2008; EN ISO 13732-1:2009; EN 953+A1:2009;
EN 14511-2:2012; EN 14511-3:2012; EN 14511-4:2012; EN ISO 12100:2011; SN 06 0310:2006; SN
06 0320:2006; SN 06 0830:2006; SN 06 1008:1997; SN ISO 9614-2:1997; SN EN 60335-1
ed.2:2003; SN EN 60335-2-40 ed.2:2004; SN EN 62233:2008
Declaration of Conformity CE is in attachment.
Mark of Quality
This product has CE mark of European Union.
This product was tested by state accredited laboratory.
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Safety precautions and instructions
During the installation of S-THERM+ heat pump respect the following safety precautions and regulations:
Read carefully this service manual.
Execute only activities, described in this service manual.
Qualified persons
Product positioning, its installation and commissioning can be done only by trained person, working in
compliance with all actual standards and regulations and in accordance with all instructions in operation and
service manual.
Kind and source of danger!
Signal word!
Explanation to the kind and source of danger.
Measures to avert the danger.
1) Prevention of explosion and fire
Some parts of heat pump (indoor unit) can become very hot.
Do not touch any pipes of heating system which have no thermal insulation.
2) Prevention of frostbites
Supplied heat pump (indoor unit) is charged with refrigerant R407c. This refrigerant contains no chlorine and
thus represents no damage for ozone layer of the Earth. Refrigerant R407c is not inflammable and forms no
risk of explosion. But leaking refrigerant can cause frostbites on affected areas.
In case of refrigerant leak do not touch any part of heat pump.
Do not inhale fumes or gases, which come out from leaks.
Prevent contact refrigerant with skin or intrusion into your eyes.
When there is a refrigerant contact with a skin or intrusion into eyes, search for medical assistance.
3) Prevention of injuries
The air coming out from the outdoor unit is colder than outdoor temperature. By temperatures below 5 °C
can come to ice forming in this area. This ice represents a danger of slipping.
Do not forget possible ice forming under the outdoor unit.
Take necessary measures to prevent possible danger to persons near the outdoor unit.
4) Prevent electric shock
Before starting work on electrical installations and maintenance, disconnect all poles of power
supply.
Ensure there is no voltage present.
Take necessary measures to prevent unintentional power supply switch on.
5) Prevent possible damages
Improper protection against frost and corrosion can damage sealings and other parts of the heating system
and thus cause water leak.
Add recommended corrosion protection substance into the water of heating system.
6) Prevent environment damage
Heat pump (indoor unit) contains refrigerant R407c. This refrigerant must never escape into the atmosphere.
Refrigerant R407C is a fluorinated greenhouse gas with GWP 1653 (GWP = Global Warming Potential)
covered by the Kyoto Protocol. If this refrigerant escapes into the atmosphere, its effect is 1653 times
stronger than the natural greenhouse gas CO2.
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Before disposal of the heat pump, refrigerant must be completely drained out through maintenance valves
into a suitable container. During maintenance work charge new refrigerant only through maintenance valves.
If system is charged with an alternative approved refrigerant different from R407 C, which is recommended
by the manufacturer, this will void the warranty, and safe operation of the unit cannot be granted.
Before disposal of the heat pump, refrigerant in the system must be completely sucked up into a
suitable container in order to have later the possibility to recycle or to dispose the refrigerant
according to the valid rules and regulations.
Please ensure all maintenance work connected with access to the refrigerant circuit is made only by
officially certified qualified persons and using corresponding protection tools and equipment.
Please let the refrigerant in the heat pump system to be recycled or disposed by a qualified person in
accordance with valid rules and regulations.
Installation
Must be done by a
professional.
Meaning
Heat pump installation must be done by a qualified person, so that there
no danger of water leak, danger of electric shock or fire as a result of
unprofessionally done work.
Ensure there is a good earthing of the unit and power supply, otherwise
there is a risk of electric shock.
Good earthing necessary.
Operation
Meaning
DO NOT INSERT your fingers or other objects into fans and evaporator,
otherwise it can cause injury.
PROHIBITION
Switch off power supply
If the unit does not run properly or you can feel a strange smell, it is
necessary to switch the unit off and disconnect the power supply.
Otherwise there is a risk of electric shock or fire.
Transport and repairs
Meaning
Ask for help
If it is necessary to move the unit or to make a new installation, ask for
help by your supplier or by a qualified person. Wrong installation can
cause water leak or a risk of electric shock or fire.
Ask for help
If it is necessary to repair the unit, ask for help by your supplier or by a
qualified person. Wrong repair can cause water leak or a risk of electric
shock or fire.
It is prohibited to make repairs by yourself, because this could cause a risk
of electric shock or fire.
Prohibition
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Installation
Meaning
The unit MUST NOT be installed near flammable gases. If there comes to
a gas leak, there is a danger of fire.
Place of installation
Ensure the installation place is strong enough, otherwise the unit can tilt or
fall down.
Unit safe positioning
Ensure the power supply is equipped with a circuit breaker, otherwise
there is a risk of electric shock or fire.
Circuit breaker of power supply
Operation
Meaning
Place of installation
Please make a regular check (once per month) of the installation place, in
order to see, if there is no tilt or damage to the base, which could lead to
injury of persons or unit damage.
Switch off power supply when cleaning or providing maintenance of the
unit.
Switch off power supply
It is strongly prohibited to replace a fuse by a piece of wire. Correct value
of fuse must be determined by a qualified specialist.
PROHIBITION
It is prohibited to work with flammable gases near the heat pump, because
this could cause a fire.
PROHIBITION
For your information
Pictures and drawings in this manual are for your information only. The manufacturer reserves the right to
make a change or improvement to the product when necessary, without prior notification of the users of this
device.
Quality check upon receiving product
Upon the unit delivery, please check if there is any damage due to transport. If any damage is found on the
unit, please inform the transport company or the manufacturer in written form immediately.
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Basic information
Introduction
Thank you for the confidence in S-therm+ products and for your decision to choose and buy the heat pump
S-therm+.
This manuals contains necessary information related to the installation, adjustment, operation and
maintenance of this unit. Please read the manual before you start installation and operation of the unit.
During the installation of S-therm+ heat pump, when connecting water and electric circuits follow exactly
instructions given in this manual. Switch the unit on only after finishing of installation and after all checks are
made.
Manufacturer of S-therm+ heat pump reserves the right to change specification and product design, which
are not yet included in this version of manual.
Product presentation
Air-water heat pump S-therm+ is designed for cold climate areas and for places with demand of hot water.
Heat pumps can be used for heating of houses or commercial buildings, for cooling and for hot water supply
for different purposes. Thanks to its design and construction, this product has overcome several technical
obstacles, which is not the case on common products, as for example safe operation with high efficiency at
outdoor temperature of -20°C, or supply of very hot water and similar.
air source heat pump extracts heat from outdoor air and transfers it into water.
Heat pump systems consist of separated circuits, where heat is transferred from its source to the heating
system using liquids or gases. As these circuits use different media (air, refrigerant and heating water),
circuits are connected through heat exchangers. These heat exchangers provide transfer of thermal energy.
Heat pump is used to heat buildings using accumulating hot water into heat water tank (using the tank is not
a condition for heat pump operation), where water tank must have a volume appropriate to the building size.
Size of accumulated water tank must be determined by a designer, based on the thermal loss of the building.
Effective heating of the building is reached by circulation of this heated water. When using underfloor
heating, the heat pump can reach COP value up to 4,6 at A10/W35. Normal water temperature for underfloor
heating is 35 °C, temperature 40 °C to 50 °C is used for heating with fan coils (heat exchangers with fan),
temperature 35 °C to 65 °C is used for radiators, or other temperature can be used based on the request of
the user.
If necessary, the unit can also work in reverse mode and heat pump can be used for cooling. When used for
cooling, water is cooled down to the temperature of 12 °C.
Compared with oil boiler, gas boiler and electric heater represents the heat pump the best solution thanks to
its efficiency, safety and environment protection.
This high temperature air-water heat pump uses advanced technologies for heating and intelligent control
system to produce water warmer than 65 °C. Heat pump can therefore supply hot water for underfloor
heating, heat exchanger (fan coil) or radiator and thus directly replace water boiler.
Heat pump can be furthermore used for production of high temperature water for sanitary purposes, as for
example for use in kitchen, for showers and so on.
Any other purpose of using can be considered as utilization, which is not in compliance with its
determination. Manufacturer/supplier takes therefore no responsibility for any damage thus incurred. The risk
is on the side of user.
System consists of two units (indoor and outdoor), which are connected with a copper refrigerant piping.
Other components and parts of the heating system are delivered and installed by installation company or
other subcontractor and it is necessary to use components, according to the purpose and utilization of the
system.
Connection between heat pump and accumulation tank should be as short as possible, as simple as
possible any with minimal bends. In case it is necessary to make a bend, it is recommended to make an
elbow rather than a bend. Size of the connection between heat pump and accumulation tank should be at
3
least DN25, so that sufficient flow of 2,0-2,8 m /h can be guaranteed.
Heat pump is equipped with one auxiliary electric heater, which can be used:
To support heating and hot water supply when there is an insufficient heat supply from heat source.
For an emergency mode, when there are faults with permanent heat pump switch off.
To keep emergency protection against frost during these faults.
Auxiliary electric heater can be used for heating and/or hot water supply. Qualified specialist can set the heat
pump operation in such a way, that auxiliary electric heater works in these cases automatically either for
heating or for hot water supply (with support), or is switched on only in emergency mode and emergency
protection against frost.
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Heat pump characteristic includes:
Pleasant and clean appearance
Embedded high efficiency circulation pump for heat circuit
EVI scroll compressor
Cooling function
5 years warranty for heat pump set (indoor and outdoor unit)
Bivalent source of electric energy
LCD display with rotary selector (JOG)
Closed control box
Remote controlling and monitoring
Safety elements (sensors and probes)
Slant evaporator with hydrophilic layer
Automatic evaporator defrost
Refrigerant R407c
Integrated start current limiter (soft starter)
10 years warranty for spare parts supply
Intelligent heat pump control
Simple operation
Connections from top
Possibility to establish a wide range of heating systems
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Principle of operation
Operation cycle of main branch (black color):
1) Compressor sucks refrigerant vapors from evaporator and compresses these to the condensation
pressure. During this cycle vapors become warm.
2) Pressurized refrigerant vapors pass into a condenser, where they condensate (they transfer the heat
into the water circuit). Liquid refrigerant is additionally cooled down in EVI exchanger and flows to
the expansion valve of evaporator (EXV).
3) Expansion valve injects a certain amount of refrigerant into evaporator. Due to its construction, this
valve creates a pressure border between condensation and evaporation pressure.
4) Refrigerant evaporates under lower pressure in evaporator (it absorbs heat from the air blowing in
the evaporator). Refrigerant vapours are again sucked by the compressor.
Operation cycle of EVI branch (blue color):
1) Compressor sucks refrigerant vapors from EVI exchanger and compresses these to a condensation
pressure. During this cycle vapors become warm.
2) Pressurized refrigerant vapors pass into a condenser, where they condensate (they transfer the heat
into the water circuit). Liquid refrigerant flows to the expansion valve (TXV) of EVI exchanger.
3) Expansion valve injects a certain amount of refrigerant into exchanger. Due to its construction, this
valve creates a pressure border between condensation and intermediate pressure.
4) In EVI exchanger refrigerant of intermediate pressure evaporates (it absorbs heat from refrigerant
flowing through the main branch and cools it down). Refrigerant vapours are again sucked by the
compressor.
Condenser
EVI compressor
EVI exchanger
Evaporator
Subcooling in
EVI exchanger
Cycle of EVI scroll compressor with vapor injection
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Operation range
Compared with systems with standard compressors, using EVI scroll compressor of equivalent performance
brings the following advantages:
Increase of performance
Thanks to the additional cooling down, higher evaporation efficiency is reached and required performance
of compressor can be decreased proportionally to the evaporator gain increase.
Higher COP value
Operation efficiency of scroll compressor with gas injection is higher than with standard one-step
compressor of the same performance, as performance with cooling down is reached with lower energy
consumption; vapor obtained in cool down process comes from high pressure section and not from low
pressure suction.
Lower costs
Decrease of costs is a result of the fact, that smaller compressor than used by standard configuration can
be used to reach the same performance.
Heating at lower outdoor temperature
This heat pump works reliably even at the outdoor temperature of -200C. (See Operation range graph
below)
High temperature of output water
This heat pump is capable to supply hot water with the temperature up to 650C. (See Operation range
graph below)
Hot water temperature (°C)
Operation range graph
Outdoor air temperature (°C)
Basic functions
In order to reach the efficient operation of the heat pump, it is necessary to know how to operate and set the
heating system and also the behaviour of users. Next chapter explains all the functions of the heat pump.
Setting of all functions of the heat pump is described in Operation manual. There are 3 basic modes
available for the heating system.
Heating mode
Based on the settings, heat pump can in heating mode prepare hot water for two circuits of heating (HW),
domestic hot water (DHW) or water for swimming pool (SPW).
Cooling mode
Based on the settings, heat pump can in cooling mode cool down water for two circuits of heating (HW),
domestic hot water (DHW) or water for swimming pool (SPW).
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Evaporator defrosting
Due to very low temperature of refrigerant on evaporator input, ice is forming gradually during the operation
on evaporator fins and this causes decrease of heat exchange between evaporator surface and the air. This
function of heat pump enables manual start of evaporator defrosting, even in the situation when not all
conditions for automatic evaporator defrosting were met.
Service settings of heat pump
This function gives the possibility to adjust those parameters of heat pump, which have a key influence on
heat pump operation and the function is protected by a password. Adjustments depend on the design of the
heating system. Adjustment procedures are described in Operation manual.
In this mode it is possible to adjust the following:
Regulation temperature corrections (time constants, temperatures, equithermal control)
Programming (timer setting)
Priorities
Rate utilization
Emergency mode
Automatic modes
Automatic defrosting
Protection against freezing
Heat pump system is equipped with two functions of protection against freezing. Activation of protection
against freezing is controlled by compressor (controlled protection against freezing for the equipment, for
heating circuit and for hot water tank), unless heat pump system is permanently switched off as a result of
fault. If heat pump system is permanently switched off as a result of fault, auxiliary (backup) heater will
switch on, even it is not used for normal heating mode or hot water supply (emergency protection against
freezing according to equipment settings, protection of heating circuit and/or hot water tank).
Restriction of auxiliary water heating (bivalent source)
Danger of material damage as a result of freezing!
Attention!
This function is not activated, when the temperature for blocking of electric heater operation is set in heat
pump adjustments! If the set temperature is lower than temperature for heat system water freezing (under
0°C), there is a danger of system freezing. In this case, there is neither the possibility of electric heater
support, nor support of electric heater mode under low temperatures, nor emergency mode when heat pump
system is permanently switched off as a result of fault, nor the function of emergency protection against
freezing!
Snow removing function
Snow removing function is activated in winter period, at temperatures below 5°C (or set temperature). If fan
of the outdoor unit does not run for more than one hour (or set time value), the fan starts operation for 15
seconds after reaching this time and thus removes snow from its blades.
Emergency mode
This mode gives the possibility to provide emergency heating and domestic hot water heating with the help
of auxiliary electric heater.
Danger of freezing as a result of auxiliary electric heater fault!
Attention!
Ensure the electric heater, circulation pump and heat exchanger work properly, otherwise heat pump will not
work in emergency mode correctly.
Heat pump switch off
If it is necessary to switch the heat pump off, you must disconnect power supply completely.
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Product appearance
SHP-180IRC
Indoor unit appearance
SHP-180ERC
Outdoor unit appearance
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Specifications
Below given values are only informative. Actual specifications can be found on nameplate of the unit.
Heat pump system can be operated under all rates of electric energy consumption.
Model
Outdoor unit
SHP-140ERC
SHP-180ERC
Indoor unit
SHP-140IRC
SHP-180IRC
kW/kW/A/-
14,70/3,28/11,0/4,49
16,79/3,94/11,0/4,26
Heating
°C
-20~40
-20~40
Cooling
°C
18~40
18~40
DHW (domestic hot water)
°C
-20~40
-20~40
°C
12~65
12~65
-
A
A
V/Ph/Hz
380/3/50
380/3/50
A
59
59
Number
pcs
1
1
Power input
kW
3,0
3,0
Operation current
A
4,6
4,6
Model
-
ZH13KVE-TFD
ZW61KSE-TFP-542
Brand
-
Copeland EVI
Copeland EVI
SCROLL
SCROLL
pcs
1
1
Power input
W
3480
4900
Rated current (RLA)
A
8,7
9,8
Starting current (LRA)
A
59
STRATOS PARA 25/18
140
Capacity / Power input / Current / COP
Range of
operation
temperatures
Range of output water temperature
Energy class
Indoor unit power supply
Starting current
Electric heater
Type
Compressor
Number
Power input
W
64
STRATOS PARA 25/18
140
Min/max discharge
m
1/8
1/8
Type
-
R407c
R407c
kg
8,0
8,0
type
M3G084-GF
M3G084-GF
W
182,0
182,0
r/min
655,0
655,0
Pa
45,0
45,0
m3/h
4995,0
4995,0
Model
Water pump
Refrigerant
Refrigerant charge
Motor
Power input
Fan
Speed
Max. pressure
Air flow
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Model
Outdoor unit
SHP-140ERC
SHP-180ERC
Indoor unit
SHP-140IRC
SHP-180IRC
Outdoor unit dimensions (w/d/h)
mm
1168*1063*1102
1168*1063*1102
Indoor unit dimensions (w/h/d)
mm
602*638*1035
602*638*1035
Outdoor unit weight
kg
94
94
Indoor unit weight
kg
159
150
Max. noise level outdoor unit in 1 m
dB(A)
58
58
Max. noise level indoor unit in 1 m
dB(A)
51
51
Max. temperature of heating water
°C
65°C
65°C
Electrical protection
A
20
20
mm
12/22
12/22
Pipe max. length
m
8
8
Pipe max. height difference
m
3
3
Mpa
4,2/2,6
4,2/2,6
Diameter
Height difference
(accumulation tank/indoor unit)
mm
DN25 (1")
DN25 (1")
m
1
1
Optimal flow
m3/h
2,8
2,8
Minimum flow
3
m /h
2,0
2,0
Pressure drop
kPa
246,0
19,9
Liquid / Gas
Refrigerant
pipe
Operation pressure
Water pipe
Packing
Dimensions
Indoor unit SHP140IRC
Indoor unit SHP180IRC
Venkovní
jednotka
Balení
1 wooden casing on
palette
Obsah
Rozm ry (mm)
Whole unit
w 710 x d 710 x h 1220
Weight brutto
(kg)
175
165
1 cardboard on palette
Evaporator
1 cardboard
Fan
15
w 1220 x d 1040 x h 760
86
w 815 x d 815 x h 260
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CAPACITY SPECIFICATIONS
CAPACITY SPECIFICATIONS
Ambient temperature (A) / Output water temperature (W) (°C) *
SHP-140
SHP-180
Corrected heating capacity (kW)
Effective electric power input (kW)
Heating COP (-)
18,28
3,28
5,58
22,32
3,83
5,82
A12/W35
Corrected heating capacity (kW)
Effective electric power input (kW)
16,19
3,26
19,19
3,91
A10/W35
Heating COP (-)
Corrected heating capacity (kW)
Effective electric power input (kW)
4,97
15,55
3,28
4,91
17,88
3,90
Heating COP (-)
Corrected heating capacity (kW)
Effective electric power input (kW)
Heating COP (-)
Corrected heating capacity (kW)
Effective electric power input (kW)
Heating COP (-)
Corrected heating capacity (kW)
Effective electric power input (kW)
Heating COP (-)
Corrected heating capacity (kW)
Effective electric power input (kW)
Heating COP (-)
Corrected heating capacity (kW)
Effective electric power input (kW)
Heating COP (-)
Corrected heating capacity (kW)
Effective electric power input (kW)
Heating COP (-)
Corrected heating capacity (kW)
Effective electric power input (kW)
Heating COP (-)
Corrected heating capacity (kW)
Effective electric power input (kW)
Heating COP (-)
4,75
14,70
3,28
4,49
11,38
3,06
3,72
10,30
3,17
3,25
8,43
3,08
2,73
15,34
3,88
3,95
13,93
3,86
3,61
11,56
3,94
2,94
10,41
3,87
2,69
4,58
16,79
3,94
4,26
13,27
3,77
3,52
11,09
3,85
2,88
9,82
3,94
2,49
19,29
5,09
3,79
16,76
5,16
3,25
13,55
4,91
2,76
12,23
5,04
2,43
Corrected heating capacity (kW)
Effective electric power input (kW)
Heating COP (-)
8,81
4,09
2,16
10,43
4,95
2,11
Model
A20/W35
A7/W35
A2/W35
A-7/W35
A-15/W35
A12/W45
A7/W45
A2/W45
A-7/W45
A-15/W45
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CAPACITY SPECIFICATIONS
Ambient temperature (A) / Output water temperature (W) (°C) *
A12/W55
A7/W55
A2/W55
A-7/W55
A-15/W55
A12/W65
A7/W65
A2/W65
A-7/W65
Model
Corrected heating capacity (kW)
Effective electric power input (kW)
Heating COP (-)
Corrected heating capacity (kW)
Effective electric power input (kW)
Heating COP (-)
Corrected heating capacity (kW)
Effective electric power input (kW)
Heating COP (-)
Corrected heating capacity (kW)
Effective electric power input (kW)
Heating COP (-)
Corrected heating capacity (kW)
Effective electric power input (kW)
Heating COP (-)
Corrected heating capacity (kW)
Effective electric power input (kW)
Heating COP (-)
SHP-140
SHP-180
16,40
4,73
3,47
14,89
4,70
3,17
11,85
4,79
2,47
10,74
4,56
2,36
9,04
4,71
1,92
16,85
5,54
3,04
19,53
6,32
3,09
17,29
6,48
2,67
14,11
6,15
2,29
12,74
6,31
2,02
11,02
6,32
1,74
16,45
6,04
2,72
Corrected heating capacity (kW)
Effective electric power input (kW)
Heating COP (-)
15,27
5,59
2,73
15,07
5,95
2,53
Corrected heating capacity (kW)
Effective electric power input (kW)
Heating COP (-)
Corrected heating capacity (kW)
Effective electric power input (kW)
Heating COP (-)
12,31
5,47
2,25
11,20
5,56
2,01
12,06
6,06
1,99
10,94
5,89
1,86
* Values measured according to the Standard EN 14511-2:2012 / EHPA.
Measurement contains also defrosting cycle.
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Views
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
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Unit description
Indoor unit
Secondary circuit
- water
In
Out
Upper plastic cover
Primary circuit
- refrigerant
Liquid
Gas
Panel with display
Base
Handles for cover
removing
Covers
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Outdoor unit
Fan with motor protected by grill
Electric box
Evaporator with casing
Legs
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Dimensions
Indoor unit: SHP-140IRC, SHP-180IRC
(Units: mm)
Outdoor unit: SHP-140IRC SHP-180ERC
(Units: mm)
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Refrigerant circuit diagram
Heating mode
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Basic components
SHP-140IRC, SHP-180IRC
Water pump
Temperature
sensor - input (IT)
Tube exchanger
Temperature sensor
- output (OT)
4-way valve
Expansion valve
Pressure switch
Flow meter
Pressure sensor
Liquid
separator
Electric bivalent
source
Check window
Strainer
Plate exchanger
Compressor
Pressure sensor
Electric regulation valve
Accessories: 5 pcs temperature sensor
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SHP-140ERC, SHP-180ERC
Fan with
motor and grill
Electric box
Electric
regulation valve
Evaporator
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Parts of the unit (components)
Parts list
Indoor unit
Type
Details
Compressor (SHP-180IRC)
ZW61KSE-TFP-542
380V~, 50 Hz, R407C
Compressor (SHP-140IRC)
ZH13KVE-TFD (3 phase)
380V~, 50 Hz, R407C
4-way valve
SHF-20A-46
AC220-240V, 50/60Hz, 4,5/3,5W
Plate exchanger (condenser)
GAL10-CMF
(liquid nozzle 25 mm)
Liquid separator
SHP-05/S22
Electric bivalence
E-02
230V, 3kW
Contactor
MEC GMC-18
380/440 V,18 A
Contactor
MEC GMC-9
Terminal block
RS9211 and RS9102
450V, 4 mm and 600VAC,10 mm
HF105F-4/JQX-105F-4
30A, 240VAC, -55°C- +85°C,
Thermal relay
MEC GTH-22
12A/15A/18A
Exchanger
BX8THx20/1P-SC-S 4x3/4"&16
2
67B3277 head TEZ 5
Valve for cooling
67B2790 jet TE5 no.2
67B4012 valve body TE5
Soft starter
MCI-12CH
EXM 125
Electric regulation valve (step motor)
EXL-B1G
Control board
TC01012 (software version 44_5)
Operation display
Pressure sensor
PT5-07M
Pressure sensor
PT5-18M
Cable for pressure sensors
PT4M15
Connector + sensor cable 1,5 m
Temperature sensor 10k
NTC015WP00
(5 or 6 pcs)
Temperature sensor 50k
NTC015HT
Strainer
FDB-084S
Flow meter
HUBA 200
Water pump
Stratos Para 25/ 1-8
Non-return valve
NRV12
Pressure switch - low pressure
H20PS
Pressure switch - high pressure
H20PS
Check window
MIA M12
DN25
Indoor unit
Fan (with motor)
S3G650-AD05-50
EXL 125
Electric expansion valve
EXM-B0B
Electric box
214 ECO
Non-return valve
NRV12
Accessories
Temperature sensor 10k
NTC015WP00
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1) Compressor
In order to have more efficient operation, EVI scroll compressors are equipped with input for gas injection.
Higher efficiency can be reached by using cooling circuit. Thus can the performance and efficiency of system
be increased. As a result, we get higher compress ratio.
Heat pump model
SHP-180IRC
SHP-140IRC
Compressor model
COPELAND ZW61KSE-TFP-542
COPELAND ZH13KVE-TFD
380/420-3-50
380/420-3-50
R407c
R407c
Performance (kW)
11,8
11,9
Power input (kW)
4,9
3,5
Current (A)
8,4
6,4
Evaporation temperature (°C)
-15°C
-7
Condensation temperature (°C)
Power supply (V-Ph-Hz)
Refrigerant
60°C
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Starting current (LRA) (A)
59
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Nominal current (RLA) (A)
9,8
9,6
2) Heat exchangers
a) Tube heat exchanger
Independent cylindrical high efficient heat exchanger.
Input - gas
Output - liquid
b) Plate soldered heat exchanger
Plate soldered heat exchanger serves to obtain higher efficiency. Exchanger is used for
additional cooling of refrigerant before entering into evaporator. This process of cooling
down brings also increase of system performance. During cooling process some quantity of
refrigerant evaporate. This evaporated refrigerant is injected into the compressor and
provides additional cooling by higher compression ratios, similar as when injecting liquid.
VO = Vapor output from heat exchanger
VI = Vapor input into heat exchanger
LI = Liquid input into heat exchanger
LO = Cooled liquid output from heat exchanger
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3) Circulation pump
Wet-motor circulation pump with thread or flange connection, EC motor and automatic performance
adaptation.
Seal less type circulation pump, electronic
Type: STRATOS Para 25/1-8
Maximum discharge: 8 m
Max. flow: 7,5 m3/h
Max. operation pressure: 6 bar
Nominal capacity: 100 W
Speed: 1400-3700 rev/min
Consumption: 8-140 W
Current at 1~230 V: 0,09-1,30 A
4) Fan
Motor
Type
M3G084-GF
Power input
W
182,0
Speed
rev/min
655,0
Maximum pressure
Pa
45,0
Air flow
3
m /h
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4995,0
5) Electric heater
Electric heater 3 kW used in all models.
Electrical connection
Two thermal fuses located in the holes.
3-phase power supply: 380V/3P/50Hz
6) Liquid separator
Liquid separator located on the compressor suction side prevents liquid refrigerant entering into compressor
crankcase from suction pipe and formation of liquid shock. Liquid separator is suitable for heat pumps, for
systems with hot vapors defrost. It is suitable for the cases, when sudden and short time flooding of
evaporator by refrigerant can occur.
Model: SHP-05/S22
7) Strainer
Main purpose of strainer (drier) is to keep refrigerant circuit clean, without humidity, without acidic
components and without mechanical dirt. In case of circuit pollution, corrosion of internal parts can occur or
ice forming in the circuit and subsequently compressor fault.
Strainer has a solid compact design with steel casing with smooth flow without turbulences during refrigerant
flow. It has a high capability of humidity absorption and excellent absorption of acidic substances.
Strainer has a high efficiency of filtering mechanical impurities larger than 20 micron.
Model: FBD-084S
Temperature range: -40 to +65°C
Connection type and size: 1/2" ODF
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Transportation
1) Heat pump is delivered on a palette in upright position and in 3 cardboards.
a) Indoor unit on palette in wooden casing and packed in a protective foil.
b) Evaporator in cardboard.
c) Outdoor unit fan in cardboard on palette.
2) It is recommended to transport the indoor unit on a suitable cart.
3) Please check the path of transportation and ensure there are no obstacles preventing transport of the unit
inclusive packing. Do not remove packing before delivery to the final place of installation.
4) During the transportation keep the unit in upright position. Do not tilt more than 150, otherwise the unit can
tilt and fall down.
5) If it is necessary to hang the unit, please use ropes capable to carry the triple weight of the unit. Ensure
the unit is correctly fixed and the angle of carrying ropes is more than 600. Caution: after lifting, do not
enter the area under the unit.
6) Put some soft protective material between ropes and unit itself, so that there is no damage to unit covers.
7) Check heat pump and control panel, if there is no damage caused during transportation.
8) Remove carefully packing and protective material without damaging unit parts.
Caution: insert here soft protective
material so that there is no damage to
unit covers.
Danger of material damage due to unqualified transportation!
Caution!
Regardless the way of transportation, indoor unit must never be tilted more than 15°. Otherwise faults in
refrigerant circuit can occur later during the operation. In the worst case this could cause a fault of the whole
system.
During the transportation tilt the indoor unit not more than 15°.
Danger of injury as a result of big unit weight during lifting!
Danger!
Indoor unit is heavier than 150 kg.
If lifting of indoor unit cannot be avoided, then this must be done by several persons in order to
prevent possible injuries.
Danger of material damage when using improper way of transport!
Caution!
Ensure you use transport instrument of sufficient size and capability.
The weight of heat pump can be found in specifications.
When transporting on a cart, please respect the following:
Put the cart under the backside of indoor unit; in this case is the layout of weight most favourlable.
Fix the indoor unit using a clamping strap.
For moving from palette use a ramp, e.g. beam and a stable board.
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Assembling of outdoor unit
Outdoor unit is packed in two cardboards.
Assembling sequence:
1) Take evaporator out from the cardboard.
2) Fix the feet with screws.
3) Take out fan and place it on the outdoor unit in correct position.
4) Fix the fan with screws.
5) Solder expansion valve Emerson and non-return valve as indicated on the diagram below. (isolate
the main body of the check valve and expansion valve agains heat from soldering)
6) Put CT and SUT temperature sensors to the mounts (small pipes) if there is not good contact
between mount and sensor put some heat sink compound to the sensor to ensure good contact,
after that cover sensor and mount with heat isolation tape
7) Connect electric wires.
8) Insert ambient temperature sensor to the box, box should be on the leg of outdoor unit an should not
be on direct sunlight..
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Place of installation
Indoor unit
1) Unit can be installed in the interior on a dry place, where it is permanently protected against frost and
where the temperature range is from 7°C to 25°C (e.g. veranda, cellar, service or technical room), or on
any other place which is clean, bright and has a good ventilation.
2) Place of installation should have a minimum space volume (Vmin) according to the standard EN 378 T1.
Vmin=G/c, where G is a refrigerant charge in kg and c is an applicable limit value in kg/m 3 (for refrigerant
R407c the value of c is 0,31kg/m3). Minimum volume for the unit SHP-180IRC is 25,8m 3.
3) Unit should not be installed on places exposed to direct sunlight, on places close to objects emitting heat,
or close to exhalations of cooking.
4) If the unit is installed on a free accessible place, it is necessary to protect the unit by a suitable securing
covers.
5) As an installation place is recommended to select a place, where unit will not disturb surroundings by its
operation noise or by hot air.
6) The unit should be installed close to electric power supply.
7) Base on the installation place must be strong enough, must have a sufficient carrying capabilities and
must be resistant against emitting of vibrations and noise.
8) Ensure the reasonable layout of piping.
9) Leave around the unit space enough for maintenance work, inspections and repairs - see dimensions
below; there must not be any obstacle close to the heat exchanger.
Minimum space around the unit
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Outdoor unit
Danger of corrosion damage!
Caution!
Etching vapors (e.g. methane) can cause the corrosion of outdoor unit.
Do not install the outdoor unit close to stables and liquid manure sinks.
Danger of injury due to ice formation!
Danger!
The air coming out from the outdoor unit is colder than outdoor temperature. Therefore ice can be formed by
temperatures below 5 °C. This ice represents a danger of slipping.
Danger of damage or malfunction due to a blown snow!
Danger!
Areas of air input and output must be without obstacles in order to guarantee sufficient air circulation.
1) Ensure the foundation is horizontal and strong enough, frost resistant and built in accordance with local
requirements and standards of construction technology.
2) If you install several units parallel side by side, please ensure the minimum distance between two
neighbouring units of 200 mm.
3) Heat pump must be protected against rain and snow in winter time. Distance between the unit and
protecting cover must be at least 2 m.
4) Outdoor unit must be installed at a distance at least 3 m from public roads.
• Please ensure locally common and by law determined minimum distances are kept to the following
objects: vegetation, canvas, walls, open fire and heat radiation, places where children can play.
• Please keep air input and output of outdoor unit(s) free of frost.
• Operation of outdoor unit emits a certain level of noise, which can become stronger on hard
surfaces; therefore place of installation must be chosen very carefully. (These value are dependent
on heat pump performance).
5) It is necessary to build a draining channel or a gravel layer with drainage hose for condensated water
blow the unit.
6) When choosing the place of installation take into consideration the full load operation of the unit in winter
time the outdoor unit can emit a certain level of noise (up to 60 dB(A) of acoustic power), which can
become more intense on hard surfaces. Install in accordance with local requirements and standards.
7) Choose such an installation place, where all outdoor noise emissions are in accordance with law and
local regulations without the necessity to use the function for heat pump noise reduction.
8) Install the unit as close as possible to the indoor unit. Maximal acceptable pipe length between indoor
and outdoor unit is 8 m.
9) Place of installation must be protected against strong air blowing.
10) There must be space enough left around the unit for maintenance and service work.
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Outdoor unit foundation
1) Prepare a foundation for outdoor unit installation.
2) Build concrete pillars, where feet of the outdoor unit will stand. Respect all principles for construction
work and security.
3) Lay a drainage hose for condensate drainage and cover with gravel to the height of about 200 mm.
4) Lay copper piping and communication cables in a protective tube into the requested place and
positioning.
5) Put additional gravel up to the top of the hole and align with terrain.
6) Fix feet of outdoor unit to the foundation using suitable screws.
Gravel ground
- height min. 600 mm
Protective tube for piping and cables
Drainage
hose
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Water connection
Heat pump is determined to be connected to a closed system of central heating. In order to
guarantee fault-free operation, central heating installation must be made by authorized specialized
persons and in accordance with corresponding standards and rules.
In order to prevent too rigid connection, do not install wall clamps for pipes of heating system and
refrigerant pipes fixing too close to the heat pump. Minimum distance from the first clamp to the heat
pump should be at least 50 cm.
As a protection against energy loss and pipe freezing, all connecting pipes must be insulated with
thermal insulation.
Pipes must be clean and without any dirt and obstructions. If necessary, flash the pipes thoroughly
before filling.
Piping pressure test must be done separately. DO NOT MAKE the test, when the heat pump is connected.
Close to water input connection it is necessary to install filter type Y.
It is convenient to connect heat pump through a bypass-valve, so that there is a
possibility to clean the water pipe. Input of heat pump can be closed without any
influence on the operation of remaining equipment.
For easy inspection during the operation, it is convenient to install temperature
and pressure gauge to the water input and output (not supplied by manufacturer).
Water flow direction must correspond with the marking on the label close to water input connection.
Before heat pump connection it is necessary to clean water pipe system. Ensure there is no dirt inside.
For proper operation of water system install an expansion tank.
Install a drain outlet to the lowest part of pipe and a filling valve to the upper part of pipe.
Danger of damage when using improper protective agents against frost
and corrosion!
Caution!
Improper agents against frost and corrosion can damage sealings and other parts and cause water leak.
Please add suitable agents for protection against frost and corrosion into heating water.
Comply with rules for filling.
Danger of damage as a result of magnetite sediments.
Caution!
Heating systems with steel pipes, with static heating plates or with compensatory tanks with huge amounts
of water can have a tendency for forming magnetite sediments. Therefore we recommend to use magnetite
filter as a protection for the pump, which is inside the equipment.
Install the filter unconditionally directly to the part of return pipe of the heat pump.
Heating systems, equipped mainly with thermostatic or electric controlled valves must have a permanent and
sufficient water flow through the heat pump. Nominal volume of heating water flow must be guaranteed
independently on the heating system.
Danger of damage by residues in output and return pipe of the heating!
Caution!
Residues like rests from welding, scaling, cannabis, cement, rust, coarse dirt and similar coming from the
pipe can accumulate in the heat pump and cause faults.
Before heat pump connection wash the heating system carefully in order to remove possible residues!
Possible impact on function due to the air in the heat system!
Caution!
Presence of air in the heat system causes faults and reduces the heat performance.
Install venting valves on suitable points of the heat system.
Ensure the minimal quantity of circulating water is guaranteed (minimal 30% of normal water flow).
Danger of equipment and system damage due to the use of water with high
content of calcium and magnesium!
Caution!
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Basic diagrams of water connections
Install hydraulic components according to the local requirements analogically to the following examples of
hydraulic diagram. (This example of hydraulic diagram does not contain all closing and safety parts,
necessary for professional installation.)
Version 1: Heat Pump with a Combined stainless flow water heater for DHW located in buffer tank for water
for heating circuit.
This is the most complex solution - system consists of combined multipurpose free flow accumulation tank,
which serves for heating of domestic hot water (DHW) and accumulation of hot water for heating and heating
system, which consists of radiators and underfloor heating. Optional part can be heating using solar
collector.
a) Simple buffer tank for heat pump for heating water circuit with the volume of 400, 500, 600L in PU foam
insulation - very compact (we will deliver). The possibility to connect a solar exchanger. This buffer tank
contains also stainless exchanger for DHW heating. Upper 1/3 of the tank provides DHW heating. Lower
part of the tank provides DHW preheating.
b) 2 pcs of 3-way valve for switching between the upper 1/3 of the tank for DHW heating and between the
lower 2/3 of the tank for heating circuit: ESBE series VRG 131/132 DN size of connection will be specified
later.
c) Electronic control of 3-way valves for tank switching: ESBE series 641 (operation time 30 seconds).
d) Pump Grundfos for water circulation in radiators (if heating with radiators is installed).
e) 3-way valve for equitherm regulation of water temperature in radiators (if radiators are installed): ESBE
series VRG 131/132 DN size of connection will be specified later.
f) Pump Grundfos for water circulation in underfloor heating (if underfloor heating is installed).
g) 3-way valve for equitherm regulation of water temperature in underfloor heating (if underfloor heating is
installed). ESBE series VRG 131/132 DN size of connection will be specified later.
3-way valves for equitherm regulation of water temperature in radiators and in underfloor heating will be
controlled exclusively by electronic control of the type: ESBE series 671 (operation time 240 seconds).
ATTENTION: this configuration cannot be used for cooling mode.
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Version 2: Heat Pump + Sinclair water heater
System consists of accumulation tank for heating system (radiators and underfloor heating); optional solar
heating can be also connected. Domestic hot water (DHW) can be then heated by a separate heater (e.g.
SWH-15/190T or SWH-35/300TL) without solar heating or SWH-35/300TSL with the possibility of solar
heating connection.
a) Simple buffer tank for heat pump for heating water circuit with the volume of 400, 500, 600L in PU foam
insulation - very compact (we will deliver). The possibility to connect a solar exchanger.
b) Small Sinclair heat pump for independent DHW heating either with solar heating or without this.
c) Pump Grundfos for water circulation in radiators (if heating with radiators is installed).
d) 3-way valve for equitherm regulation of water temperature in radiators (if radiators are installed): ESBE
series VRG 131/132 DN size of connection will be specified later.
e) Pump Grundfos for water circulation in underfloor heating (if underfloor heating is installed).
f) 3-way valve for equitherm regulation of water temperature in underfloor heating (if underfloor heating is
installed). ESBE series VRG 131/132 DN size of connection will be specified later.
3-way valves for equitherm regulation of water temperature in radiators and in underfloor heating will be
controlled exclusively by electronic control of the type: ESBE series 671 (operation time 240 seconds).
This configuration can be used also for cooling mode. Different types of fan coils can be used as cooling
units.
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Version 3: Heat Pump with two Separate tanks
System consists of accumulation tank for heating system without the possibility of connecting to a solar
heating connected with DHW tank with or without the possibility of connecting to a solar water heating.
a) Simple buffer tank for heat pump for heating water circuit with the volume of 400, 500, 600L in PU foam
insulation - very compact (we will deliver). The possibility to connect a solar exchanger.
b) Separate DHW tank (supplier not known at this moment). Tank will have a capacity of 200 and 300 liters
with the possibility of solar exchanger.
c) 2 pcs of 3-way valve for switching between DHW tank and tank for heating circuit. ESBE series VRG
131/132 DN size of connection will be specified later.
d) Electronic control of 3-way valves for tank switching. ESBE series 641 (operation time 30 seconds).
e) Pump Grundfos for water circulation in radiators (if heating with radiators is installed).
f) 3-way valve for equitherm regulation of water temperature in radiators (if radiators are installed): ESBE
series VRG 131/132 DN size of connection will be specified later.
g) Pump Grundfos for water circulation in underfloor heating (if underfloor heating is installed).
h) 3-way valve for equitherm regulation of water temperature in underfloor heating (if underfloor heating is
installed). ESBE series VRG 131/132 DN size of connection will be specified later.
3-way valves for equitherm regulation of water temperature in radiators and in underfloor heating will be
controlled exclusively by electronic control of the type: ESBE series 671 (operation time 240 seconds).
This configuration can be used also for cooling mode. Different types of fan coils can be used as cooling
units.
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Danger of damage caused by overpressure in heating circuit!
Caution!
Overpressure can be created in heating circuit during operation.
Standard EN 12828 requires the installation of the following components to the heating system:
Filling valve for filling and draining water to/from heating system (installed in the equipment during
manufacturing).
Diaphragm expansion tank in return pipe of heating circuit.
Safety overpressure valve (minimum DN 20, opening pressure 3 bar) with pressure gauge (safety
group) in the output from the heating circuit, directly behind the heat pump.
Air/pollution separator in return pipe of the heating circuit.
Danger of injury caused by hot water or vapor!
Danger!
Outlet pipe of safety valve serves for vapor and/or hot water release by overpressure.
Install the outlet pipe to the safety valve output in such a way, so that persons are not in danger
when vapor and/or hot water is released.
Install the outlet pipe to the frost-free environment and to the place, where it is all the time free accessible
and in sight.
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Refrigerant pipe connection
Installation can be done only by a qualified specialist!
1) During refrigerant pipe connection follow dimensions and connections drawings
2) Work in compliance with valid standards and regulations.
3) In order to prevent noise transfer, follow these instructions:
To prevent too rigid connection, do not install wall clamps for refrigerant pipe fixing too close to the
heat pump.
Danger of damage as a result of leaking!
Caution!
4) Copper pipe connection:
Try to keep the shortest distance between outdoor and indoor unit and use a minimum number of elbows
and bends, as each of these components has impact on pressure decrease and thus lower efficiency.
a) Take off covers from gas/liquid outputs of the heat pump, make a flare end of the connecting pipe
and connect to the heat pump.
b) Establish soldered connection of the 12/22 mm pipe between outdoor and indoor unit.
Attention: pipe length between outdoor and indoor unit must be shorter than 8 m and height difference must
not be more than 3 m.
5) Leak check: after finishing installation and pipe connections, make a leak check. Using high pressure
valve fill in nitrogen up to the pressure of 16 bar and leave inside the system for 20 hours. Then check the
pressure which should not decrease.
6) Vacuum: unit is charged with refrigerant during manufacturing; after installing pipes between outdoor and
indoor unit it is necessary to create vacuum.
a) Take off cup from high pressure valve of the outdoor unit and connect manifold valve to the service
valve.
b) Connect vacuum pump to the manifold valve and then open to create vacuum in the heat pump.
Ensure the absolute pressure is less than 30 Pa and remains for the period of 60 minutes.
c) After finishing vacuuming open check valve and let refrigerant flow into outdoor unit.
Manifold valve
Vacuum pump
Outdoor unit
Indoor unit
9) Pipe insulation
Illustration below shows how to make an insulation of connecting pipe with the material of 15 - 20 mm
thickness.
In order to make manipulation easier, at first make the insulation of separate pipes and only then bind them
not so strongly together; this insulation prevents forming frost by the effect of cold air.
10) Adding refrigerant: 115 g per 1 meter of pipe.
Insulation
Gas pipe
Liquid pipe
Insulation
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Electric components
General information
Danger of electric shock!
Danger!
Before starting electric installation work, disconnect always power supply for all circuits.
Check there is no voltage present.
Ensure the power supply is protected against unintentional switch on.
Danger of death by electric shock!
Danger!
As a result of some electrostatic discharge processes on the fan motor of outdoor unit, touching some parts
inside the equipment under certain operation conditions may cause electric shock.
Take off the cover of outdoor unit electric box only after five minutes after switching off all poles of
power supply.
Take off the grill of outdoor unit only after five minutes after switching off all poles of power supply.
Before that time never try to touch the fan.
Danger of damage due to unprofessional electrical installation!
Caution!
Electrical installation can be done only by a qualified electrical specialist.
Make the work related to the installation only in qualified and professional way.
Danger of short circuit!
Caution!
If the insulation of indoor unit wires is stripped in the length of more than 30 mm and wires are not correctly
fixed in connectors, this can cause short circuit on the printed circuit board.
For safety reasons strip the insulation in the length of not more than 30 mm and ensure correct
connection into terminals and connectors.
Danger of malfunction due to wrong power supply line!
Caution!
Wires of the outdoor temperature sensor and of other temperature sensors transfer only low voltage signals.
Surrounding interference can get induced into sensor wires and consequently supply wrong information to
the heat pump control unit.
For that reason install low voltage lines, e.g. sensor wires in sufficient distance from power lines. If
signal lines and power supply lines are laid in parallel, for the length of 10 m there must be a minimal
distance between them at least 25 cm.
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Installation instructions
Necessary cross-sections of wires must be determined according to the values given in specification
for maximal rated performance.
In any case take into consideration real conditions on the installation place.
Heat pump system must be connected with fixed power supply line.
Disconnecting device must be installed in a close distance of the heat pump (indoor unit).
Make the power supply of the unit with a separate 3-phase power supply line of 400 V with one
neutral wire and one earthing wire.
Power supply line must be protected with fuse of the value given in the specification.
If local electric energy supplier prescribes to control the heat pump by a blocking signal, install
corresponding switch prescribed by the electric energy supplier.
Ensure the maximal length of sensor wires is not more than 10 m.
If the length of connections is more than 10 m, it is necessary to lead power supply line and sensor
lines, or bus-bar lines separately. If this is not possible, use shielded wires. Connect one side of the
shielding to the body of heat pump electrical box.
Free terminal boards of the heat pump must not be used as support terminals for other cables.
Wiring diagram gives a comprehensive survey of all electrical connections of indoor and outdoor
unit.
Before starting the work on electrical connections check the rated voltage, indicated on nameplate is
correct and then work exactly according to the wiring diagram.
As a protection against danger of electric shock, it is necessary to make correct earthing of the unit.
All connections must be done exactly in conformity with the electric wiring diagram. Wrong
connection can cause malfunction or unit damage.
Ensure no wires touch the refrigerant pipe, compressor, or any moving part of the fan.
Any unauthorized modifications of internal connections can be rather dangerous. Manufacturer
refuses the responsibility for any material damage or malfunctions, resulting from these
modifications.
Voltage range of 1-phase power supply is 207-253 V, voltage range of 3-phase power supply is
342-418 V. Voltage of power supply different from these values can damage the unit.
Prescribed cross-sections of power supply wires differ country from country. Work in accordance
with regulations and standards valid in your region. All electrical installation work must be done in
conformity with valid standards and regulations.
In order to avoid heat pump malfunction caused by electromagnetic disturbance, it is necessary to
follow these recommendations:
Signal lines between units must not be laid close to the power supply line.
If units are installed in the area of close electric or electromagnetic disturbance, it is recommended to
use shielded wires or twisted-pair wires as signal lines between the units.
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Wiring diagram
Complete electric wiring diagram
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Power supply
This is the heat pump wiring diagram at the time of delivery.
Connect this power supply to the main power supply.
Protection - 20A type C
Power supply terminal board
Communication cables
Recommendation for indoor and outdoor connections:
Input connections indoor/outdoor unit - RG-CYKY 4x1,5 mm 2
Communication connections indoor/outdoor unit o Step motor of expansion valve - KV J-Y/St/Y 4x2x0,8 mm2
o Control voltage for the fan and temperature sensors CT and AT - KV J-Y/St/Y 4x2x0,8 mm2
Recommended cable for indoor unit power supply - RG-CYKY 5x2,5 mm 2
Terminal board for connecting heating system components
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(PH is not used)
Terminal board for connecting outdoor unit
DHW
Terminal board for connecting temperature sensors
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Commissioning
Danger of injury when touching hot and cold parts of the unit!
Danger!
Heat pump system can be put into operation only after assembling all parts of casing and after completing
the heating circuit with all its components necessary for operation.
Before putting into operation, fill in the protocol related to putting into operation.
Heat pump system can be put into operation only after all points stated in protocol are implemented.
Putting into operation assumes the knowledge of heat pump operation as described in the Operation
manual.
First operation start
Switch on fuse for the power supply of indoor and outdoor unit.
After switching heat pump on the unit runs a self test and after some 10 seconds there is a welcome
message on the operation panel display. If real time clock was setup before and heat pump is not in an error
state, after welcome message display the status of heat pump main parts is displayed in the upper row of the
display together with a current time, the lower row displays selected temperatures. This is so called starting
status of standby before any action by the operator.
All setting entries can be changed later.
Control
See also Operation manual S-therm+.
Automatic protection functions
External sensor check
Sensors for unit control are defined during commissioning based on the design of hydraulic connections.
Heat pump makes a continuous automatic check if the sensors are installed and work properly.
Protection against lack of heating water
Analogue pressure sensor checks the amount of heating water and switches the heat pump off when water
pressure on pressure gauge falls below 0,5 bar and switches the heat pump on, when water pressure on
pressure gauge increases to 0,7 bar.
Protection against pumps and valve blocking
In order to prevent blocking of external pumps, as for example the circulation pump or switch-over valve for
heating/tank warming, they are protected as follows: if the pump or valve are not in operation during the last
24 hours, they are successively switched on for 20 seconds every day.
Protection against too high water temperature in the heating system
Danger of material damage due to a too high water temperature in
underfloor heating!
Caution!
Underfloor heating can be damaged by too high temperature of water in the heating.
Set the temperature of water for underfloor heating to the value, which cannot cause any damage to
the heated floor.
Phase check
Sequence and presence of all phases (right-turning field) of 400 V power supply are checked during the first
operation start and continuously also during the operation. If the sequence is not correct or some phase fails,
there comes to an emergency stop of the heat pump so that the compressor is protected against damage.
To eliminate this error message by power distribution switch off by provider (blocking time), the contact of
receiving control signal must be connected to the terminal 13 (wiring diagram 2 and 3).
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Adjustable functions
With the help of control panel it is possible to set the following additional functions and to adjust the heating
system to the conditions on the installation place, or to the demands from the side of provider.
User interface and heat pump adjustments are divide into three levels:
Operator level - for the operator
Service level - for the service engineer of installation company
Manufacturer level - for the service engineer of heat pump manufacturer
For more details and procedures of adjustment see Operation manual
Vacuum check
On the first heat pump operation start make venting of the heating system using venting valves (they are not
a part of heat pump delivery), installed by a specialist.
If warm water tank is also connected, make also venting of this tank.
Open all outputs of warm water supply in the system and when warm water flows from all taps,
system is vented and outputs can be closed.
Heat system hand over to provider
The operator of the equipment must be instructed about the operation and functions of the heat pump and
about components of the system.
Hand over all manuals to the provided and inform that all documents related to the heat pump and remaining
components should be kept on a safe place.
Operation manuals should be stored close to the heat pump. Highlight the necessity of regular inspections of
the heat system and of the domestic hot water system.
Danger of material damage when deactivating parts for anti-freeze
protection!
Caution!
Inform the provider about the presumptions for the emergency mode and the automatic anti-freezing
protection.
Fill in „Commissioning protocol“ - see appendix, undersign together with the provider/user and send to the
manufacturer.
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Service and maintenance
Checks
In order to guarantee safe and reliable operation, we strongly recommend to provide a qualified servicing of
your heat pump.
Danger of injury and material damage as a result of ignored and
unqualified inspections and maintenance!
Danger!
Inspection and maintenance can be done only by qualified service engineers.
Provide regularly inspection and maintenance work.
Inspection procedure
The following work must be done during annual inspection.
Indoor unit
Risk of electric shock!
Danger!
Before starting work on electrical installation and starting maintenance work switch off always all
power supplies to the indoor and outdoor unit(s).
Check the voltage in not present.
Take necessary measures to prevent unintentional power supply switch on.
1) When cleaning the heat pump, do not use thinner, benzene or other aggressive cleaning solutions or
powder, do not use water warmer than 40°C.
2) Cleaning can be done with a neutral soap or any non-aggressive common cleaner for the use in the
kitchen. If you are not sure, ask service engineer to make the preventive maintenance.
3) Do not pour water on the control panel of the indoor unit, clean only with a dry and soft cloth.
4) Check regularly water supply and venting, so that there is no lack of water in the system. In some
intervals check also the water filter, so that water of good quality is guaranteed. Shortage of water or
dirt in the water can damage the unit.
5) Clean the heat exchanger.
6) Check individual parts of the unit and the pressure in the system. If some parts are defective, replace
these and add the refrigerant as needed.
7) Check electric supply and electric system, check if individual electrical parts have no defects, if wire
connections are correct. If any part does not work correctly or emits some smell, replace it in time.
8) Activate manually safety modules of the heating circuit.
9) Check the pressure in the heating circuit.
10) If the heat pump was over flooded, do not use it. Contact immediately a qualified specialist and let
the heat pump be checked and repaired if necessary. Condensation can be formed during the heat
pump operation. This condensation can be drained out through drainage holes on the lower part of
the heat pump. If the air humidity is high, the amount of condensated water can increase. Remove
any dirt, which could block condensate draining. Bigger volume of condensation water can be
formed even during the unit operation. This amount of condensation is not a reason for possible
claim. Condesated water can look like the water leaking from a swimming pool. You can simply
confirm it is not the water from swimming pool by testing it with any tester for swimming pool water
quality. Tested sample must not contain any presence of free Cl.
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Outdoor unit
In order to guarantee all functions of S-THERM+ heat pump and unmodified state of approved serial product,
only original spare parts can be used for maintenance and service work! List of original spare parts can be
found in appendix.
a) Check if there is no dirt in heat exchanger air/refrigerant and clean if necessary.
b) Check if air input and output of the outdoor unit is free of obstacles and if necessary, ask the
provider to remove coatings and similar obstacles (minimal distances).
As a result of temperature and air humidity changes it is normal that frost or ice is formed on the heat
exchanger of the outdoor unit. Outdoor unit starts in normal mode the process of defrosting automatically.
1) Ensure the service panel is easy accessible.
2) Clean the casing with a soft sponge and warm water (max. 50 °C) and commercially available
cleaning agents for household (without sharp particles) in form of water solutions up to the
concentration of max. 2 %. Do not use any sanitary cleaning agents containing chlorine or ammonia!
3) Keep the area around the heat pump clean without any organic waste.
4) Remove plants near the heat pump so that there is enough free space available.
5) Take away any water sprayers which are near the heat pump. They could damage the heat pump.
6) Protect heat pump against rain water and snow to fall from the roof directly to the heat pump. Install
proper draining of rainwater.
7) Removing the frost from the evaporator must not be done with a sharp object, otherwise the
evaporator could be damaged. Frost can be removed using a flow of hot air with a maximum
temperature of 50°C or with a mild flow of warm water with a maximum temperature of 50°C.
8) Cleaning of the outdoor unit can be done only with all casing mounted.
9) Outdoor unit is protected against splashing water and can be therefore cleaned with a soft stream of
water.
Danger of death by electric shock!
Danger!
As a result of some electrostatic discharge processes on the fan motor of outdoor unit, touching some parts
inside the equipment under certain operation conditions may cause electric shock.
Take off the cover of outdoor unit electric box only after five minutes after switching off all poles of
power supply.
Before that time never try to touch the fan.
Take necessary measures to prevent unintentional power supply switch on.
Summary
The heat pump was so designed that it requires a minimal maintenance. This maintenance must be done
once a year or as a result of inspection.
Check and clean strainers in the heating circuit.
Check the function of expansion valve in the heating circuit.
By too low pressure in the heating circuit and water for heating.
Check if provider removes in winter time regularly the snow from the air input and output side of the
outdoor unit.
Danger of material damage as a result of unqualified cleaning!
Caution!
1) After finishing inspection and revision of indoor and outdoor unit: put the heat pump again in the
operation and check its fault-free operation.
2) When exchanging some sensor, it is necessary to replace it by the same type.
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Troubleshooting
Danger of injury and material damage as a result of unqualified problem
solving and troubleshooting!
Danger!
System diagnostics and troubleshooting can be done only by a service engineer.
Provide these tasks in a professional way.
In case of heat pump fault which cannot be solved immediately, it is necessary to know the message (error
code) which is on the display; this message is helpful for the problem analysis and solving. Operation
manual gives a survey of different types of problems and also instructions for the solution.
Common faults and troubleshooting
Localize exactly the fault and solve with the help of instructions below.
Problem solution should be done by a qualified service engineer.
Problem
Possible cause
Heat pump cannot
be started
1 Fault in power supply
2 Loose power cable
3 Circuit breaker tripping
Solution
1 Switch the unit off and check power supply
2 Check the power cable and its connection
3 Find the reason of tripping and replace the fuse
or switch the circuit breaker on
1 Lack of water in the system
2 Air in the system
3 Water valves are closed
4 Water filter is dirty and water
flow is blocked
1 Lack of refrigerant
Low capacity of heat 2 Wrong insulation of water pipe
pump, compressor 3 Low heat exchange ratio on
runs continuously
the air exchange side
4 Insufficient water flow
1 Too much refrigerant
High pumping of
2 Low heat exchange ratio on
compressor
the air exchange side
Low pressure in the
1 Insufficient water flow
system
1 Fault in power supply
2 Faulty compressor contactor
3 Loose power cable
Compressor is not
4 Tripping of compressor
running
protection
5 Wrong setting of return water
temperature
6 Insufficient water flow
1 Liquid refrigerant does not
Compressor too
come into the compressor
noisy
2 Faulty compressor
1 Faulty fan relay
Fan is not running
2 Faulty fan motor
Compressor is
running, but unit
1 Lack of refrigerant
cannot reach
2 Faulty heat exchanger
heating or cooling
3 Faulty compressor
capacity
1 Insufficient water flow
Low temperature of
2 Low setting of water
output water
temperature demand
Operation of water
pump is noisy and
water is not
circulating
Low flow protection
1 Lack of water in the system
2 Faulty flow switch
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1 Check water quantity and replenish
2 Make venting of water distribution
3 Open water valves
4 Clean water filter
1 Check there is no refrigerant leak and refill
2 Make a good pipe insulation
3 Clean heat exchanger on the air side
4 Clean water filter
1 Remove some refrigerant
2 Clean heat exchanger on the air side
1 Clean water filter and make venting of water
distribution
1 Check power supply
2 Replace compressor contactor
3 Make cable connection tight
4 Check compressor temperature
5 Make reset of return water temperature
6 Clean water filter and make venting of water
distribution
1 Wrong evaporation, find the reason of wrong
evaporation and solve
2 Use a new compressor
1 Replace fan relay
2 Replace fan motor
1 Check there is no refrigerant leak and refill
2 Find the reason and replace the heat exchanger
3 Use a new compressor
1 Clean water filter and make venting of water
distribution
2 Make reset of water temperature demand
1 Clean water filter and make venting of water
distribution
2 Replace flow switch
Recycling and disposal
Heat pump system and all parts of accessories and transport packing are made mostly from materials which
can be recycled and should not be disposed as a domestic waste.
Danger to environment in case of unqualified disposal!
Caution!
Unqualified disposal of refrigerant can cause environment pollution.
• Please secure the refrigerant is disposed only by qualified specialists.
Respect all valid national laws and regulations.
Icon on the product or in the accompanying documentation means that used electric or electronic products
must not be disposed together with domestic waste. For the correct disposal of the product hand it over to a
place for take-back, where it is collected free of charge. By correct disposal of the product you can help to
preserve valuable natural resources and help in preventing potential negative impacts to environment and
human health, which could be consequence of incorrect disposal of waste. Ask for more details from local
authorities, nearest collection point, in Waste Acts of respective country, in the Czech Republic in Act no.
185/2001 Coll., in the wording of later regulations. In case of incorrect disposal of this waste, a fine can be
imposed according to national regulations.
Packing disposal
Ensure the packing material for transport is disposed in accordance with local national regulations.
Disposal of refrigerant
Heat pump S-THERM+ (indoor unit) uses the refrigerant R 407 C.
Refrigerant must be disposed separated from the heat pump.
Refrigerant can be recycled or disposed only by qualified persons.
Danger of injury caused by contact with refrigerant!
Danger!
Leaking refrigerant can cause frostbites on affected areas.
• In case of refrigerant leak do not touch any part of the heat pump (indoor unit).
• Do not inhale fumes or gases, which come out from leaks in the refrigerant circuit.
• Prevent refrigerant contact with skin or intrusion into your eyes.
• When there is a refrigerant contact with a skin or intrusion into eyes, search for medical assistance.
Danger of environmental hazard!
Caution!
This heat pump contains refrigerant R 407 C. This refrigerant must never escape into the atmosphere.
Refrigerant R407C is a fluorinated greenhouse gas with GWP 1653 (GWP = Global Warming Potential)
covered by the Kyoto Protocol.
• Refrigerant can be disposed only by qualified persons.
• Before disposal of the heat pump, refrigerant in the system must be completely sucked up into
a suitable container in order to have later the possibility to recycle or to dispose the
refrigerant according to the valid standards and regulations.
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Warranty terms and conditions:
Manufacturer provides product warranty under terms and conditions, which are stated in the Warranty
certificate. Warranty certificate forms an integral part of product delivery and is valid under the condition that
all data are filled in.
Warranty time is 5 years for indoor and outdoor unit from the date of the heat pump first installation.
Manufacturer guarantees the delivery of spare parts for 10 years from the first installation of heat pump. All
warranty repairs will be made by installation company or by the company, which is authorized by the
manufacturer.
Service
Service and maintenance work can be done only by contracted service company, having the appropriate
authorization. List of authorized companies is included with the product or can be found on a separate sheet,
in the operational log book or in Warranty certificate.
The provider has the duty to keep track in the operational log book and provide cooling circuit leakage test
(sample of registration book), provide maintenance and service of the whole equipment by inspection
engineer once a year, as is compulsory for the air conditioning equipment containing more than 3 kg of
F-gas in the section 29 paragraph 6 of the Act No. 86/2002 Coll. on air protection in the wording of later
regulations and maintain a record on inspection (sample of inspection report find as appendix), which should
be a part of Operational log book. Operational log book must be stored at the provider, in the best case in
the machine room of the air conditioning equipment. It is recommended to keep copies of all sheets of
operational log book.
Refrigerant quantity and service company or service engineer contacts are given in the technical
specification of the unit, on the nameplate of the manufacturer or on a supplementary sheet.
Regular maintenance work, pre-seasonal putting into operation, filter replacement, coolers disinfection and
adding of refrigerant will be done by the service company which made the installation.
Air conditioning equipment must not be filled with the refrigerant, which does not correspond with the data on
compressor nameplate, nor the manufacturer´s technical conditions. In case of cooling equipment,
refrigerant type should correspond with the nominal data on the nameplate. Mixing of different types of
refrigerant inside the refrigerant circuit is not permitted under any circumstances. In case of equipment
re-build for the usage of different refrigerant, see more details in Para 5.4. of the EN 378-4:2008 standard.
Operational log book (registration book)
Operational log book must contain the following data:
Date of record
Name, address
Type and quantity of refrigerant in the equipment
Date of maintenance work and name and address of company, which made the maintenance
Survey of refrigerant quantity added into equipment during the last two years before the last
inspection
Operational log book should contain these records:
Type of work on the equipment (inspection, maintenance, repair)
Faults and alarms related to the equipment
Quantity, type and origin of added refrigerant
Results of leak tests and all periodic test
Change and replacement of equipment components
Significantly long periods when the equipment was not in operation
Name of the person who made given action
Official stamp
Equipment must have a nameplate and must have operation instructions and documentation:
Name of supplier or installing company
Type of refrigeration system
Identification number
Type of refrigerant and charged quantity
Date of inspection
Date of commissioning
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WARNING
Before starting heat pump installation ensure the power supply complies with the technical conditions of your
heat pump. You can find more details on the nameplate on the equipment or in this manual.
Install recommended electrical protective devices in accordance with local regulations.
The heat pump must have a good earth connection so that you are protected against electric shock in case
of possible short circuit inside the equipment.
This manual contains the complete wiring diagram.
For safety reasons do not make any non-approved heat pump modifications and do not make any repairs by
yourself.
Do not insert any objects into the heat pump when in operation. These object can touch and damage the fan
or cause some accident (mainly in presence of children).
Never operate heat pump without grill or protective covers, because this could cause an accident or
abnormal unit operation.
If water enters inside the equipment, contact specialized service immediately.
Manufacturer:
Sinclair Corporation Ltd.
1-4 Argyll Street
London W1F 7LD, UK
Supplier, service and technical support:
Nepa, spol.s.r.o.
Purky ova 45
612 00 Brno
Czech Republic
www.nepa.cz
Toll-free info line:
+420 800 100 285
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APPENDIX:
Refrigerant material safety data sheet
R 407C
Safety data sheet reworked according to the ANNEX I of Commission Regulation (EU) No 453/2010.
SECTION 1: Identification of the substance/mixture
Chemical name / Synonym:
Trade name:
Usage:
Emergency telephone number:
R 407C / Klea 66 / AC 9000
R 407C
Refrigeration
Toxicological information center
+420 224 919 293; +420 224 915 402
SECTION 2: Hazards identification
Classification according to the criteria in Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 of the European Parliament
and of the Council [CLP/GHS]
Hazard classes and categories
Standard phrases about the hazards
Classification process
Gas under pressure
H 280
Based on checked values
Standard phrases about the hazards:
a) Physical hazards:
H 280: Contains gas under pressure; may explode if heated.
Additional remark:
According to Dangerous Substances Directive (67/548/EEC) is not the
substance classified as dangerous.
Signal word:
GHS04
WARNING
Precautionary statements:
Storage:
P 410 + P403: Protect from sunlight. Store in a well-ventilated place.
Additional information about the hazards (EU):
Characteristics related to the environment: Substance contains fluorinated greenhouse
gases not covered by the Kyoto Protocol.
Cautions to human health and symptoms: Liquid contact could cause frostbites/burns. In
high concentrations may cause asphyxiation.
Warning: Vessel under pressure!
Specific hazards for humans and environment: Gas and its vapors are heavier than air. Danger of
gas/vapors accumulation in cramped space, possibly also in
hollows and spaces, which are located lower then
neighboring surroundings (e.g. cellars).
SECTION 3: Composition/information on ingredients
Name of 1. component:
CAS Registry Number:
EC Number (EINECS):
REACH Registry Number:
Concentration:
1,1,1,2-tetrafluorethan (R 134a)
811-97-2
212-377-0
01-2119459374-33
50 - 54 %, resp. 500 - 540 g in 1 kg of product
Name of 2. component:
CAS Registry Number:
EC Number (EINECS):
Concentration:
Pentafluorethane (R 125)
354-33-6
206-557-8
23 - 27 %, resp. 230 - 270 g in 1 kg of product
Name of 3. component:
CAS Registry Number:
EC Number (EINECS):
Concentration:
Classification according to 67/548/EC:
Difluormethane (R 32)
75-10-5
200-839-4
21 - 25 %, resp. 210 - 250 g in 1 kg of product
F+; R 12
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Classification of components according to the criteria in Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 [CLP/GHS]:
CAS
Registry
Number
EC Number
(EINECS)
Component name
Concentration
[% hm.]
Classification according to the
criteria in Regulation (EC) No
1272/2008 [CLP/GHS]
811-97-2
213-377-0 1,1,1,2-tetrafluorethane (R 134a)
50 - 54
Gas under pressure, H 280
354-33-6
206-557-8
23 - 27
Gas under pressure, H 280
Pentafluorethane (R125)
Gas under pressure, H 280
Extremely flammable gas,
category 1, H 220
REMARK: According to the criteria in Regulation (EC), product requires no labeling.
75-10-5
200-839-4
Difluormethane (R 32)
21 - 25
SECTION 4: First aid measures
General measures:
Inhalation:
Eye contact:
Skin contact:
Ingestion:
Advice for a physician:
Take off all contaminated clothing.
Ensure protection and security of the person, providing first aid.
Seek medical advice immediately.
Immediately move to fresh air and place in recovery position. Seek
medical advice.
If breathing is stopped: administer artificial respiration with
respiration bags (Ambu-bag) or with help of equipment for artificial
respiration. Seek medical advice.
Flush eyes with large amounts of water for several minutes.
Remove contact lenses, if present and easy to do. In case there is
contact only with one eye, protect non-injured eye during flushing
appropriately. Continue rinsing. Seek medical advice.
In case of skin contact wash immediately with large amounts of
warm water and if possible, take off contaminated clothing. Possible
frostbites wash with lukewarm water at least 15 minutes – do not
take off clothing. Apply a sterile bandage and call a physician.
Ingestion is not considered a potential route of exposure.
In case of breathing smoke/fume during fire with leak of this
product, or in case of breathing products of decomposition, always
give at first a dose of corticoid spray, e.g. Ventolair or Pulmicort
(Ventolair and Pulmicort are registered trademarks).
SECTION 5: Firefighting measures
Suitable extinguishing media:
Product itself is not flammable, choose the one most appropriate for
type of surrounding fire.
Unsuitable extinguishing media:
Strong water spray
Specific hazard of the substance or mixture:
If involved in a fire the following toxic fumes may be produced by
thermal decomposition. Forming of explosive mixtures with air.
Example: Carbon oxides (CO)
Hydrogen fluoride (HF)
Carbonyl fluoride
Special protective equipment for firefighters:
Wear self-contained breathing apparatus.
Use personal protective equipment protecting the whole body.
Further information:
Cool down the containers/equipment exposed to heat with water
spray. Fire or intense heat may cause violent rupture of packages.
SECTION 6: Accidental release measures
Personal precautions:
Personal protective equipment:
Chemical and physical measures:
Evacuate personnel from place of release and prevent entry of
unauthorized persons.
Keep persons in a safe distance and stay on the near side of wind
(outside air blow direction). Inform the nearest surroundings.
Protective clothing covering the whole body, leather gloves,
respiration equipment.
Keep pressure vessel outside sources of heat/open fire, on a good
ventilated a cold place.
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Environmental precautions:
Disposal instructions:
Supplementary precautions:
If possible, stop product release. Prohibit release into the
environment - drainage, surface water and soil. Using appropriate
method enclose the place of release and prohibit expansion (e.g.
floating barrages etc.). Leaking gas/vapor/fog spray with water
stream.
Provide sufficient ventilation. After spraying with water stream
collect created „mixture“ by a suitable sorbent (e.g. sand, sawdust,
universal binder, silica). Affected place and rests wash with water;
finally dispose in accordance with local regulations.
For details to personal protective equipment see Section 8.
For details to disposal see Section 13.
SECTION 7: Handling and storage
Precautions for safe handling:
Ensure adequate ventilation and local exhaust on the workplace,
and also in floor area (refrigerant R 407C is heavier than air).
Protect pressure vessels from falling/tipping over. Open valves
slowly, in order to minimize output pressure. Prohibit penetration of
substance from system back into pressure vessel. Keep reducing
valves free off grease and oil, protect against humidity. Use the
substance only in closed systems. Ensure all equipment of the
system is connected correctly and tightly.
Basic principles for work:
When working with the substance, always use personal protective
equipment described in Section 8. Do not eat, drink and smoke on
the workplace.
Measures for protection against fire and explosion:
Product is not flammable.
Conditions for safe storage:
Store separately from other substances in original and closed
packing.
Warehouse must have a good ventilation (inclusive emergency
ventilation), must be dry with a temperature up to max. + 50 °C; it
must be equipped with first aid kit, personal protective equipment
and must be protected against access of unauthorized persons.
Store pressure vessel in upright position. Protect from heat.
Usable materials:
Standardized steel, carbon steel, hardened steel, aluminum alloy,
stainless steel.
Precautions for common storage:
Do not store together with flammable materials.
Do not store together with food.
Do not store together with feed.
Stability during storing:
When maintaining all conditions for storage and handling is the
product stability unlimited.
Specific final usage:
Product can be used in accordance with Regulation (EC) No
842/2006 related to some fluorinated greenhouse gases.
SECTION 8: Exposure controls/personal protection
Products components, which are necessary to monitor - limits of exposure:
none
Engineering measures:
Ensure adequate ventilation and local exhaust on the workplace,
and also in floor area (refrigerant R 407C is heavier than air).
Personal protective equipment:
a) Respiratory protection:
Self-contained breathing apparatus in case of high concentration.
For the case of emergency use, have mask of self-contained
breathing apparatus always in ready position.
In case of rescue action or during maintenance work in a
warehouse, always use self-contained breathing apparatus, as
there is a hazard of suffocation, because oxygen can be squeezed
out from air by refrigerant.
b) Eyes protection:
Additionally wear a face shield where the possibility of increased
hazard exists.
c) Hands protection:
Wear chemically resistant protective gloves, leather gloves, possibly
also gloves of PVA type.
d) Skin protection:
Protective clothing, safe work shoes.
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Exposure limitation:
Persons:
Environment:
Hygienic measures:
When working with refrigerant, have always breathing mask with
proper filter in ready position. Use self-contained breathing
apparatus always when entering area with stored refrigerant and do
not take off, until you are sure the air in the area is clean. Always
use personal protective equipment and respect general rules for
work with chemical substances. Do not breath gases/fumes/aerosol.
Prohibit release of substance into environment - drainage, surface
water and soil. Product contains fluorinated greenhouse gas,
covered by Kyoto protocol.
Do not eat, drink, smoke and blow your nose on the workplace.
Wash your hands before the break and after finishing the work.
SECTION 9: Physical and chemical properties
Appearance:
Color:
Odour /smell:
Value of pH:
Melting point:
Boiling point:
Ignition temperature:
Evaporation rate:
Flammability:
Upper/lower explosive limits:
Vapour pressure:
Vapour density:
Relative density:
Solubility(ies):
Partition coefficient n-octanol/water:
Auto-ignition temperature:
Decomposition temperature:
Viscosity:
Explosive properties:
Oxidizing properties:
Other information:
liquefied gas
colorless
ether-like
not applicable
- 100 °C
- 43,6 °C
(at pressure of 1013 hPa)
685 °C
not available
non flammable
non explosive
10350 hPa at 20 °C
3,59
(relative; air = 1)
1,133 g/cm3 at 25 °C
(liquid phase)
in water less soluble
(in solvents not available)
cca. 0,97
704 °C
not available
0,1516 mPa.s
(dynamic, at 25 °C)
non explosive
not oxidizing
Gas/vapours are heavier than air.
SECTION 10: Stability and reactivity
Reactivity:
Chemical stability:
Hazardous reactions:
Conditions to avoid:
Hazardous decomposition products:
Thermal decomposition:
Decomposes hazardous gases if close to fire.
Under normal conditions the product is chemically stable.
Reaction with alkali metals.
Reaction with alkaline earth metals.
Avoid open flames and high temperatures - danger of explosion (or
rupture of packaging as a result of increasing pressure inside the
vessel). Prohibit access of moisture.
Carbon oxides
Fluorofosgene by contact with open fire or glowing objects.
Hydrogen fluoride
No decomposition when respecting handling conditions.
SECTION 11: Toxicological information
Acute inhalation toxicity:
Skin corrosion/irritation:
Sensitization:
Germ cell mutagenicity:
Carcinogenicity:
Reproductive toxicity:
STOT - single exposure:
STOT - repeated exposure:
Known issues:
LC50: > 2085 mg/l, exposure 4 hours (rat)
(value for 1. component of refrigerant - gas R 134a)
Slight eye irritation - no special labeling required (rabbit)
(value for 1. component of refrigerant - gas R 134a)
No skin irritation; by contact danger of frostbites.
Does not cause respiratory system sensitization (laboratory
animals)
Does not cause skin sensitization (laboratory animals).
Tests on mammalian cell cultures did not show mutagenic effects.
Not classifiable as a human carcinogen even after long exposure.
No toxicity to reproduction.
not determined
not determined
Gas has stifling effect.
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SECTION 12: Ecological information
Toxicity:
Acute toxicity for aquatic organism*
LC50, fish:
450 mg/l
exposure 96 hours
(Oncorhynchus mykiss)
EC50, daphnia: 980 mg/l
exposure 48 hours
(Daphnia magna)
EC50, algae:
not available
EC10, bacteria: > 730 mg/l
exposure 6 hours
(increase Ps. Putida)
* value for 1. component of refrigerant - gas R 134a
Persistence and degradability:
Prohibit emission into atmosphere.
ODP: not available
GWP: not available
Bioaccumulative potential:
not available
Mobility in soil:
not available
Bioaccumulation of oxygen:
not available
Chemical accumulation of oxygen:
not available
Other adverse effects:
Use in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 842/2006 related to
some fluorinated greenhouse gases.
SECTION 13: Disposal considerations
Waste treatment methods:
When used in refrigeration, no hazardous waste created.
Empty pressure vessels should be returned to the supplier for
refilling.
Method of deactivation:
Secure sufficient ventilation. Disposal - see Section 6.
Method of deactivation of contaminated package:
Pressure vessels not in compliance with actual legislative
requirement can be considered as contaminated metal packages.
After deactivation of rests of substance in manufacturing base and
afterwards washing out with huge quantity of water can be metal
packages classified as secondary raw material - scrap-iron.
Waste catalogue:
Waste key
Waste name
14 06 01*
chlorofluorocarbons, HCFC, HFC
Waste marked with * are considered to be hazardous waste as
declared in Council Directive 91/689/EEC on hazardous waste.
Recommendation to the product:
Dispose as hazardous waste. Product disposal must be carried out
in compliance with Act no. 185/2001 Coll., in the wording of later
regulations.
SECTION 14: Transport information
UN number:
UN proper shipping name:
Road transport ADR/RID:
Maritime/river transport IMDG:
Air transport ICAO/IATA-DGR:
UN 3340
REFRIGERANT GAS R 407C (difluoromethane, pentafluoroethane
and 1,1,1,2 - tetrafluoroethane, zeotrope mixture with cca 23 %
difluoromethane and 25 % pentafluoroethane)
Transport hazard class(es):
2.2
Classification number:
2A
Hazard Identification Number: 20
(Kemler Code)
Packing group:
Limitations:
(C/E)
Name/description:
REFRIGERANT GAS R 407C
UN number:
3340
Transport hazard class(es):
2.2
Pollution category:
No (No Marine Pollutant substance is not considered to be
water pollutant)
Ems regulation:
F-C, S-V
Name/description:
REFRIGERANT GAS R 407C
UN number:
3340
Transport hazard class(es):
2.2
Name/description:
REFRIGERANT GAS R 407C
UN number:
3340
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SECTION 15: Regulatory information
Related regulations:
Act no. 356/2003 Coll., in the wording of later regulations and on an
amendment to certain other acts
Act no. 258/2000 Coll., in the wording of later regulations and on
amendments to other acts
Act no. 185/2001 Coll., in the wording of later regulations
Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 of the European Parliament and of
the Council [REACH]
Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 of the European Parliament and of
the Council [CLP/GHS]
Regulation (EC) No 453/2010
Chemical Safety Assessment:
Made by substance manufacturer
Other information - summary:
Product contains fluorinated greenhouse gas, covered by Kyoto
protocol.
VOC standard product specification (content of volatile organic substances):
99%, at temperature of 20 °C and pressure of 10350 hPa
SECTION 16: Other information
Recommended usage and limitations:
It is necessary to comply with valid national and local laws related to
the usage of chemical substances. Product can be used in
accordance with Regulation (EC) No 842/2006 related to some
fluorinated greenhouse gases.
Other information:
All data in Material Safety Data Sheet are valid for pure substance.
Become acquainted with Usage Guide on etiquette or leaflet,
supplied with the delivery.
The information provided in this Safety Data Sheet is correct to the
best of our knowledge and belief at the date of its publication. The
information given is designed only as a guide and is not to be
considered a warranty or quality specification. Real conditions of
product processing at subsequent/final user is out of reach of our
supervision and inspection. Subsequent/final user takes the
responsibility for keeping all laws regulations.
Technical information supply:
Distributor ´s address
Reason for revision:
Rework of Safety Data Sheet according to Regulation (EC) No
453/2010 in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 of the
European Parliament and of the Council [CLP/GHS].
R-phrase related to the substance mentioned in Section 3:
R 12: Extremely flammable.
S-phrase related to hazards of the substance mentioned in Section 3:
H 220: Extremely flammable gas.
H 280: Gas under pressure; may explode when heated.
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Resistance table of temperature sensors
Table temperature/resistance for NTC CAREL sensors 10k
Temp.
°C
-50
-49
-48
-47
-46
-45
-44
-43
-42
-41
-40
-39
-38
-37
-36
-35
-34
-33
-32
-31
-30
-29
-28
-27
-26
-25
-24
-23
-22
-21
-20
-19
-18
-17
-16
-15
-14
-13
-12
-11
-10
-9
-8
-7
-6
-5
-4
-3
-2
-1
0
Max.
344,40
324,70
306,40
289,20
273,20
258,10
244,00
230,80
218,50
206,80
195,90
185,40
175,50
166,20
157,50
149,30
141,60
134,40
127,60
121,20
115,10
109,30
103,80
98,63
93,75
89,15
84,82
80,72
76,85
73,20
69,74
66,42
63,27
60,30
57,49
54,83
52,31
49,93
47,67
45,53
43,50
41,54
39,68
37,91
36,24
34,65
33,14
31,71
30,35
30,00
27,83
Resistance
Std.
329,20
310,70
293,30
277,00
261,80
247,50
234,10
221,60
209,80
198,70
188,40
178,30
168,90
160,10
151,80
144,00
136,60
129,70
123,20
117,10
111,30
105,70
100,40
95,47
90,80
86,39
82,22
78,29
74,58
71,07
67,74
64,54
61,52
58,66
53,39
53,39
50,96
48,65
46,48
44,41
42,25
40,56
38,76
37,05
35,43
33,89
32,43
31,04
29,72
28,47
27,28
Min.
314,70
297,20
280,70
265,30
250,60
237,20
244,60
212,70
201,50
191,00
181,10
171,59
162,00
154,10
140,20
138,80
131,80
125,20
118,90
113,10
107,50
102,20
97,16
92,41
87,93
83,70
79,71
75,93
72,36
68,99
65,80
62,72
59,81
57,05
51,97
51,97
49,83
47,12
45,31
43,32
41,43
39,59
37,85
36,20
34,02
33,14
31,73
30,39
29,11
27,89
26,74
Temp.
°C
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
55
Max.
Resistance
Std.
26,64
25,51
24,24
23,42
22,45
21,52
20,64
19,80
19,00
18,24
17,51
16,80
16,13
15,50
14,89
14,31
13,75
13,22
12,72
12,23
11,77
11,32
10,90
10,49
10,10
9,73
9,38
9,04
8,72
8,41
8,11
7,82
7,55
7,28
7,03
6,79
6,56
6,33
6,12
5,92
5,72
5,53
5,34
5,16
4,99
4,83
4,67
4,52
4,38
4,24
4,10
3,97
3,84
3,72
3,61
26,13
25,03
23,99
22,99
22,05
21,15
20,29
19,40
18,70
17,96
17,24
16,55
15,90
15,28
14,68
14,12
13,57
13,06
12,56
12,09
11,63
11,20
10,78
10,38
10,00
9,63
9,28
8,94
8,62
8,31
8,01
7,72
7,45
7,19
6,94
6,69
6,46
6,24
6,03
5,82
5,63
5,43
5,25
5,08
4,91
4,74
4,59
4,44
4,30
4,16
4,02
3,90
3,77
3,65
3,53
59
Min.
25,52
24,55
23,54
22,57
21,66
20,78
19,95
19,15
18,40
17,67
16,97
16,31
15,87
15,06
14,48
13,93
13,40
12,89
12,41
11,95
11,57
11,07
10,60
10,27
9,90
9,52
9,18
8,84
8,52
8,21
7,91
7,62
7,35
7,09
6,84
6,60
6,37
6,15
5,94
5,73
5,54
5,35
5,17
4,99
4,82
4,66
4,51
4,36
4,22
4,08
3,95
3,82
3,69
3,57
3,46
Temp.
°C
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
Max.
Resistance
Std.
Min.
3,49
3,39
3,28
3,18
3,09
2,99
2,90
2,81
2,73
2,65
2,57
2,49
2,42
2,35
2,28
2,21
2,15
2,09
2,03
1,97
1,92
1,86
1,81
1,76
1,71
1,66
1,62
1,57
1,53
1,49
1,45
1,41
1,37
1,34
1,30
1,27
1,23
1,20
1,17
1,14
1,11
1,08
1,05
1,03
1,00
0,98
0,95
0,93
0,91
0,88
0,86
0,84
0,82
0,80
0,78
3,42
3,31
3,21
3,11
3,02
2,92
2,83
2,75
2,66
2,58
2,51
2,43
2,36
2,29
2,22
2,16
2,10
2,04
1,98
1,92
1,87
1,81
1,76
1,71
1,66
1,62
1,57
1,53
1,49
1,45
1,41
1,37
1,33
1,30
1,26
1,23
1,20
1,16
1,13
1,10
1,08
1,05
1,02
0,99
0,97
0,94
0,92
0,90
0,87
0,85
0,83
0,81
0,79
0,77
0,75
3,35
3,24
3,14
3,04
2,95
2,86
2,77
2,69
2,60
2,52
2,45
2,37
2,30
2,24
2,17
2,10
2,04
1,98
1,93
1,87
1,82
1,78
1,71
1,68
1,62
1,57
1,53
1,49
1,44
1,40
1,37
1,33
1,29
1,26
1,22
1,19
1,16
1,13
1,10
1,07
1,04
1,01
0,99
0,96
0,94
0,91
0,89
0,87
0,84
0,82
0,80
0,78
0,76
0,74
0,73
Table temperature/resistance for NTC CAREL sensors 50k
Temperature
Typical resistance
Min. resistance
Max. resistance
°C
% Tolerance
°C Tolerance
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
-40
1630,77
1559,17
1705,49
-4,39
4,58
0,66
-0,69
-35
1178,11
1130,05
1228,08
-4,08
4,24
0,64
-0,66
-30
860,97
828,44
894,68
-3,78
3,92
0,61
-0,64
-25
636,08
613,91
658,99
-3,49
3,6
0,59
-0,61
-20
474,78
459,57
490,44
-3,2
3,3
0,56
-0,57
-15
357,83
347,35
368,59
-2,93
3,01
0,53
-0,54
-10
272,18
264,93
279,59
-2,66
2,73
0,49
-0,51
-5
208,83
203,81
213,96
-2,41
2,45
0,46
-0,47
0
161,56
158,08
165,1
-2,15
2,19
0,43
-0,43
5
125,97
123,56
128,41
-1,91
1,94
0,39
-0,4
10
98,96
97,3
100,63
-1,67
1,69
0,35
-0,36
15
78,29
77,16
79,43
-1,44
1,45
0,31
-0,31
20
62,37
61,61
63,13
-1,22
1,22
0,27
-0,27
25
50
49,5
50,5
-1
1
0,23
-0,23
30
40,34
39,85
40,83
-1,21
1,22
0,29
-0,29
35
32,73
32,27
33,2
-1,42
1,43
0,34
-0,35
40
26,71
26,28
27,15
-1,62
1,64
0,4
-0,41
45
21,92
21,52
22,32
-1,81
1,84
0,46
-0,47
50
18,08
17,72
18,45
-2
2,03
0,53
-0,53
55
14,99
14,66
15,32
-2,19
2,22
0,59
-0,6
60
12,48
12,19
12,78
-2,36
2,41
0,65
-0,67
65
10,44
10,18
10,72
-2,54
2,59
0,72
-0,74
70
8,78
8,54
9,02
-2,71
2,77
0,79
-0,81
75
7,41
7,2
7,63
-2,87
2,95
0,86
-0,88
80
6,28
6,09
6,48
-3,03
3,12
0,93
-0,95
85
5,34
5,17
5,52
-3,19
3,28
1
-1,03
90
4,56
4,41
4,72
-3,34
3,45
1,07
-1,11
95
3,91
3,78
4,05
-3,49
3,61
1,15
-1,18
100
3,37
3,24
3,49
-3,64
3,76
1,22
-1,26
105
2,91
2,8
3,02
-3,78
3,92
1,3
-1,35
110
2,52
2,42
2,62
-3,92
4,06
1,38
-1,43
115
2,19
2,1
2,28
-4,05
4,21
1,46
-1,51
120
1,91
1,83
1,99
-4,18
4,35
1,54
-1,6
125
1,67
1,59
1,74
-4,31
4,5
1,62
-1,69
130
1,46
1,4
1,53
-4,44
4,63
1,7
-1,78
135
1,28
1,22
1,34
-4,56
4,77
1,79
-1,87
140
-4,68
4,9
1,87
-1,96
1,13
1,08
1,19
145
1
0,95
1,05
-4,8
5,03
1,96
-2,06
150
0,89
0,84
0,93
-4,91
5,16
2,05
-2,15
60
Exploded views and Parts list
Indoor unit - list of spare parts
Name
Compressor
Exchanger (economizer)
Electric expansion valve
Check window
Electric heater (bivalent source)
Thermostatic expansion valve
Water (circulation) pump
Tube heat exchanger
4-way valve
Liquid separator
Strainer
Non-return valve
Flow meter
Display
Pressure gauge
Pressure gauge
Pressure switch
Pressure switch
Temperature sensor
Control board
Relay
Contactor
Thermal relay
Soft starter
Terminal board
Position
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5, S6, S7, S8, S9
15
16
17
18
19
20
61
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
1
1
1
1
1
3
Parts code
7
S8
S7
6
8
9
5
12
S4
S6
S3
4
S9
3
S1
2
10
S2
S5
1
14
62
13
12
11
16
4
15
17
18
19
21
20
20
63
Outdoor unit - list of spare parts
Name
Fan
Electric expansion valve
Evaporator
Terminal board
Check valve
Position
1
2
3
4
5
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
Parts code
1
4
2
3
64
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Date of handover:
Customer/provider of equipment:
Contractor:
Surname, name:
Street, No.:
ZIP code:
Telephone, fax:
Contact person:
Street, No., ZIP:
Telephone, fax:
Email:
System details and equipment inspection:
Location:
Ventilation (type, number, area m 2):
Refrigerant circuit:
(add the value or check the box)
Pipe installation:
Pipe installation:
Leak check:
Component installation:
Vacuuming:
System flushing:
Charged:
Charging:
Added…….kg, total……kg:
Leak check:
Pipe insulation:
Venting:
Heating circuit:
Insulation:
Component installation:
(recommendation - usage of heat system components depends on the system design)
Charging valve:
Filter:
Safety valve for cold water…….bar:
Expansion tank…….liters:
Safety valve of expansion tank…..bar:
Electrical installation:
Circuit breaker nameplate check:
Earthing:
Power supply:
Revision made:
Indoor and outdoor unit communication:
Provider/user got explanations about functions of Heat Pump and its controlling:
User obtained Warranty certificate:
I hereby declare, I made Heat Pump settings according to provider/user demand.
I declare the Heat Pump was installed correctly according to technical documentation.
I truthfully checked and marked items in the protocol.
Date:
-------------------------------Provider/user signature
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