service manual telecom-range hed-hcat 0011÷0061

service manual telecom-range hed-hcat 0011÷0061
INSTALLATION - OPERATION - SERVICE MANUAL
TELECOM-RANGE
EN
Split unit
HED-HCAT
0011÷0061
INDEX
General warnings
4
Controller
23
Fundamental safety rules
4
Description of the areas shown on the display
24
Identification HED unit
5
Display screens
27
Receiving and handling HED unit
5
"LAN" - local network
39
Receiving and handling HCAT product
6
Interconnection between the units by shielded cable
40
Description of HED unit
7
Description of standard HCAT unit
8
Setting the addresses of the units (from 1 to 10) and
the user terminals (from 11 to 20)
40
Dimensioned drawings
9
Configuring the software for unit recognition and
management
42
Special functions of the lan network
43
Serial boards and supervisory system
46
Alarms (troubleshooting)
47
Troubleshooting
48
Operating characteristics
49
Extended shutdown
49
Routine maintenance
49
Special maintenance
50
Disposal
50
Condensate drain
50
General technical data HED-HCAT
13
Operating limits
13
Installation HED unit
14
Installation HCAT unit
14
Electrical connections HED unit
15
Electric connections HCAT unit
16
ELECTRICAL WIRING DIAGRAM
ON THE MACHINE
Connecting the refrigerant pipes for HED unit
18
Refrigerant connections
19
Sizing of refrigerant pipes
20
Control diagram
22
Liability disclaimer
This bulletin refers to standard executions, particularly as regards dimensions, weight, electric, hydraulic, aeraulic and refrigerant connections (where applicable). Contact Climaveneta Commercial Office for further drawings and schemes.
Climaveneta declines any liability deriving from use of the bulletin. This bulletin is the exclusive property of Climaveneta and
all forms of copy are prohibited. The data contained herein are subject to change without notice.
In some parts of this manual, the following symbols are used:
WARNING = for actions that require special care and
suitable preparation
Specialist personnel
(electrician)
Person with in-depth knowledge
and experience such as to be
able to recognise risks and avoid
dangers that may derive from
electricity (IEV 826-09-01).
PROHIBITED = for actions that absolutely MUST
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GENERAL WARNINGS
The HED terminal units are the indoor units in a
“split” two section system. Combined with the
HCAT condensing units, they form a system for air
conditioning only. Incorrect installation, control and
maintenance, improper use or installation by unqualified personnel absolves the manufacturer from all
liability, whether contractual or otherwise, for damage to people, animals or things. Only those applications specifically indicated in this list are permitted.
Read this manual carefully. All work must be carried out by qualified personnel in conformity with
legislation in force in the country concerned.
The guarantee is invalidated if the above instructions are not respected and if the unit is started up for
the first time without the presence of personnel authorised by the Company (where specified in the supply contract) who should draw up a “start-up report”.
The documentation supplied with the unit must
be consigned to the owner who should keep it carefully for future consultation.
When the items are consigned by the carrier,
check that the packaging and the unit are undamaged.
If damage, missing components or consignment errors are noted, indicate this on the delivery note.
A formal complaint should be sent via fax or registered
post to the After Sales Service within eight days from the
date of receipt of the items.
All the operations involved in handling, installing, starting up
and testing the unit must be carried out by qualified personnel. Failure to observe this warning could cause serious
damage.
This appliance contains R410A refrigerant gas: at
the end of its working life, it should be taken to a special
collection centre; care should be taken to avoid damage to
the gas circuit and the finned coil.
Too low a temperature is harmful to health and a useless waste of energy. Avoid direct contact with the air flow
for prolonged periods.
These appliances have been designed for cooling and
must be used for this purpose in applications compatible
with their performance characteristics.
FUNDAMENTAL SAFETY RULES
When operating equipment involving the use of electricity
and refrigerant gas, a number of fundamental safety rules
must be observed, namely:
The unit must not be used by children or by
unfit persons without suitable supervision.
Do not touch the unit with bare feet or with
wet or damp parts of the body.
Do not carry out cleaning operations without
first disconnecting the unit from the electricity supply
by placing the mains switch in the “off” position.
Do not modify safety or regulation devices without authorisation and instructions from the manufacturer.
Do not pull, detach or twist the electrical cables
coming from the unit, even when disconnected from
the mains electricity supply.
Do not open doors or panels providing access to
the internal parts of the unit.
Do not dispose of, abandon or leave within reach
of children packaging materials (cardboard, staples,
plastic bags, etc) as they may represent a hazard.
Do not allow refrigerant gas to leak into the atmosphere.
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Avoid contact with the refrigerant gas as it is
potentially hazardous.
Do not sit or stand on the appliance and/or rest
any type of object on top of it.
Do not spray or throw water directly on the appliance.
Do not introduce pointed objects through the
air intake grills.
Respect safety distances between the unit and
other equipment or structures. Guarantee adequate
space for access to the unit for maintenance and/or
service operations.
Power supply: the cross section of the electrical cables must be adequate for the power of the unit and
the power supply voltage must correspond with the
value indicated on the respective units. All units must
be earthed in conformity with legislation in force in
the country concerned.
Handle the unit with the utmost care (see weight
distribution table) to avoid damage.
IDENTIFICATION HED UNIT
The direct expansion units cab be identified by the:
Packaging label
Giving the data identifying the product.
Rating plate
Giving the technical and performance data of the unit.
If this is lost, ask the After Sales Service for a replacement.
Tampering with or the removal or absence of rating
plates or other means enabling the unit to be identified causes problems during installation and maintenance.
RECEIVING AND HANDLING HED UNIT
The direct expansion units are supplied accompanied by:
- instruction manual.
- warranty certificate.
- CE declaration.
These are contained in a plastic bag attached to the top of
the unit.
The instruction manual is an integral part of the
unit and should therefore be read and kept carefully.
Do not dispose of packaging materials in the environment or leave them within reach of children as
they may represent a hazard/source of pollution.
The unit should always be handled by qualified personnel
using equipment adequate for the weight of the unit.
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RECEIVING AND HANDLING HCAT PRODUCT
The HCAT condenser units are supplied accompanied by:
- instruction manual.
- guarantee certificate.
- CE declaration.
These are contained in a plastic bag (A) attached to the
top of the unit.
The instruction manual is an integral part of the
unit and should therefore be read and kept carefully.
The unit should always be handled by qualified personnel
using equipment adequate for the weight of the condenser
unit. If a forklift truck is used, insert the forks under the
base, spacing the forks as wide apart as possible.
If a crane is used, pass the cables through the bottom of
the base, making sure they do not exert pressure on the
unit. Once the packaging has been removed, the unit can be
lifted and moved by inserting two metal tubes (max. diameter: 1/2") into the feet provided for this purpose and using
suitable handling equipment.
The weight of the condenser unit is biased towards the compressor side (side of the packaging
with the bar code, see figure at the foot of the
page).
During transport, the condenser unit must be
kept in the vertical position.
Do not dispose of packaging materials in the environment or leave them within reach of children as
they may represent a hazard.
CODICE
BAR
CODE
A BARRE
H
L
P
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A
DESCRIPTION OF HED UNIT
DESCRIPTION OF HED UNIT
The HED terminal units are the indoor units in a “split”
two-section system.
Combined with the HCAT condensing units, they form a
system for air conditioning only.
The HED units are supplied without refrigerant; this is supplied with HCAT units
STRUCTURE
Powder coated metal plate base panelling and inside structure, with naturally draining stainless steel condensate collection pan. Non-flammable closed cell polyethylene foam
thermal insulation and soundproofing on the inside.
ELECTRICAL PANEL
Power and control electrical panel constructed in accordance with IEC 204-1/EN60204-1, complete with control
and terminal blocks for connection to the power supply
and auxiliary controls.
AIR FILTERS
Filter removable and washable made of acrylic material
self-extinguishing with efficiency class EU3 (standard) or
higher EU4.
HEAT EXCHANGER COILS
Made from copper tubes and aluminium fins with large
heat-exchange area.
EVAPORATOR FAN
Centrifugal or radial fan with backward-curved blades,
available in the 220 Vac basic version, or alternatively 48
VDC, with electronic speed control and statically and dynamically balanced impellers. High pressure head available.
REFRIGERANT CIRCUIT
Unit featuring a refrigerant circuit complete with: expansion device, safety pressure switch to control low suction
pressure
ELECTRIC HEATER
Electric heaters with double safety feature. Heating capacity
1,7 or 3,4 kW, depending on the size selected.
PRESSURE DIFFERENTIAL SWITCHES
Two differential air pressure switches to detect indoor fan
faults or dirty filters.
CONTROL PLC
Unit operation is managed by a programmable PLC with
graphic display
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES TO BE REQUESTED
WHEN ORDERING
- Humidity Sensor
- Function Dehumidification
- Clock Card
- Serial adapter for interfacing with external BMS
- Shutter management and free cooling
- Air filter EU4 instead EU3 standard
- Air filter for fresh air intake
- Power supply from UPS 48 VDC for evaporator fan and
damper free cooling if req.
- Electric heater
- Vibration dampers for ceiling mounting
For any further request please contact the offce.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Air pre-filter (aluminium sleeve)
Motor-driven freecooling damper
Damper motor
Air filter (EU3)
Finned coil
Fan assembly
Electric heater (optional)
Electrical panel with board
8
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7
DESCRIPTION OF STANDARD HCAT UNIT
Air-cooled condensing units with axial-flow fans suitable for
precision air-conditioning of mobile telephone base stations.
Direct expansion version with R410A refrigerant.
They are factory tested and on site installation is limited to
refrigerant and electrical connections.
Condensate pan, heat exchanger protection grille
and vibration dampers fitted as standard.
STRUCTURE
Powder coated metal plate base panelling and inside structure. Non-flammable closed cell polyethylene foam thermal
insulation and soundproofing on the inside.
COMPRESSORS
Hermetic rotary or scroll compressor with sump heater
and thermal cut-out.
REFRIGERANT CIRCUIT
Refrigerant circuit featuring the following components: filter, liquid receiver. Unit supplied complete with non-freezing oil and R410A refrigerant charge, factory tested.
POWER AND CONTROL ELECTRICAL PANEL
Power and control electrical panel constructed in accordance with IEC 204-1/EN60204-1, complete with compressor contactor and thermal solenoid switch and door lock
safety device.
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES TO BE REQUESTED
WHEN ORDERING
- Wall mounting brackets.
- Soundproof compressor jacket
The above accessories are optional. Consult the relative documentation for assembly instructions and technical data.
CONDENSER
Made using copper tubes and aluminium fins with a high
exchange surface area. Connections with cocks and flared
fittings.
FANS
Axial-flow fans, with external impeller, statically and dynamically balanced at low speed.
Six- or four-pole electric motor with built-in thermal protector. Housed in aerodynamic tubes with accident prevention grill. Device for operation according to outside air
temperature: continuous fan rotation speed control via
pressure transducer.
2
3
4
1
5
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1
2
3
4
5
Finned coil
Electrical panel
Gas valve
Scroll compressor
Fan
DIMENSIONED DRAWINGS
HED 0011÷0031
235
IN POWER SUPPLY
80
30
873
450
450
80
3/8"-10
80
79
30
960
15
990
15
692
5/8"-16
100
311
282
46
42
937
20
1059
HUMIDITY SENSOR
(OPTIONAL)
41
FRONTAL AIR FLOW
(optional)
HED 0041÷0061
330
IN POWER SUPPLY
80
35
500
128
119
500
1/2"-12
42
3/4"-18
100
406
370
108
35
980
1077
15
1107
15
851
1054
42
1236
39.5
20
HUMIDITY SENSOR
(OPTIONAL)
FRONTAL AIR FLOW
(optional)
EN HED-HCAT
9
180
700
892
95
855.5
80
987
957
873
15
15
=
305
6
45
150
=
4
330
45
217
62
3/8"
82.5
247
27
5/8"
66.5
281.5
20
918.5
HED 0011÷0031 FREE COOLING
100
DIMENSIONED DRAWINGS
250
112
64
245
1499
500
1322
285
250
1150
500
IN POWER
SUPPLY
30
34
688
210
FRONTAL AIR FLOW
(adjustable on site)
934
1040.5
210
370
800
1039
68
425
15
=
15
=
45
180
315
1107
1077
980
100
5
79.5
116
1/2"
57
44
300
3/4"
962.5
45
100
20
HED 0041÷0061 FREE COOLING
340
1524
262
226
500
1317
41
36
240
1157
500
IN POWER
SUPPLY
38
858
35
FRONTAL AIR FLOW
(adjustable on site)
1054
10
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158
400
6
DIMENSIONED DRAWINGS
HCAT 0011÷0031
268
102
265
25
AIR FLOW
370
635
50
50
740
25
77
103
+10
0
51.5
472 (MAX)
ANTI-VIBRATIONS MOUNT
(standard supplied)
IN POWER SUPPLY
407
( 50 )
70
347
430
91.5
430
380.5
100
( 790 )
GAS
LINE
665
LIQUID
LINE
160
580
160
900
HCAT 0041÷0051
AIR FLOW
263.7
224.5
43.5
592.8
102
43.5
25
370
915
990
480
+10
0
25
104
346
ANTI-VIBRATIONS 5 6 . 5
MOUNT
60
(standard supplied)
407
IN POWER SUPPLY
430
430
472 (MAX)
91.5
102
265.5
83
100
GAS
LINE
( 1040 )
LIQUID
LINE
( 50 )
28.5
160
580
160
900
EN HED-HCAT
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DIMENSIONED DRAWINGS
HCAT 0056÷0061
900
420
1240
12
LIQUID
LINE
102
83 50
100
40
GAS
LINE
91,5
11,5
457
11,5
480
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160
580
160
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GENERAL TECHNICAL DATA HED-HCAT
Model
N. Circuit (s) / N. Compressor (s)
Refrigerant
Power supply V/Ph/Hz
COOLING CAPACITY
Total cooling capacity(1)
kW
Sensible cooling capacity(1)
kW
SHR (1)
Compressor(s) power input(1)
kW
Evaporator air flow
mc/h
Free-cooling air flow
mc/h
Evaporator fan 48 V DC power input
kW
Evaporator fan AC power input
kW
Condenser max. air flow
mc/h
Condenser fan AC power input
kW
Outdoor sound pressure level (r=1m, Q=2)
dB(A)
ELECTRIC HEATER
Total heating capacity
kW
DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT
HED with Freee cooling
mm
Width
HED without Free cooling mm
HCAT
mm
HED with Freee cooling
mm
Depth
HED without Free cooling mm
HCAT
mm
HED with Freee cooling
mm
Height
HED without Free cooling mm
HCAT
mm
Net weight HCAT unit
kg
HED with Freee cooling
kg
Net weight HED unit
HED without Free cooling
kg
0011
1/1
R410A
0021
0031
1/1
1/1
R410A R410A
230/1/50
0031
1/1
R410A
0041
1/1
R410A
0051
0056
1/1
1/1
R410A R410A
400/3N/50
0061
1/1
R410A
4,94
4,94
1,00
1,18
1450
1450
0,55
0,40
2500
0,16
52
6,36
5,65
0,89
1,62
1450
1450
0,55
0,40
2500
0,16
53
8,43
6,77
0,80
2,27
1600
1600
0,55
0,40
2500
0,16
56
8,41
6,75
0,80
2,26
1600
1600
0,55
0,40
2500
0,16
56
9,71
9,17
0,94
2,37
2450
2450
1,08
0,47
3600
0,14
56
10,63
9,53
0,90
2,72
2450
2450
1,08
0,47
3600
0,14
56
14,28
12,47
0,87
3,64
3200
3200
1,08
0,47
4900
0,32
58
15,77
13,76
0,87
4,10
3200
3200
1,08
0,60
4900
0,32
58
1,7
1,7
1,7
1,7
3,4
3,4
3,4
3,4
1500
1060
900
990
990
370
310
310
740
67
85
74
1500
1060
900
990
990
370
310
310
740
93
85
74
1500
1060
900
990
990
370
310
310
740
87
85
74
1500
1060
900
990
990
370
310
310
740
93
85
74
1523
1236
900
1110
1110
370
400
405
990
109
123
107
1523
1236
900
1110
1110
370
400
405
990
102
121
98
1523
1236
900
1110
1110
420
400
405
1240
125
128
109
1523
1236
900
1110
1110
420
400
405
1240
130
130
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(1) Ref. Conditions: Indoor=27°C, 45%UR Outdoor=35°C
OPERATING LIMITS
COOLING
Max
Min
DB: Dry bulb
Inside temp. DB/WB °C.
32/23,5
22/15,5
Outside temp. DB/WB °C
48/-25/-
WB: wet bulb
CALIBRATION OF PROTECTION DEVICES
HED-HCAT 0011
High pressure switch
Low pressure switch
CALIBRATION OF PROTECTION DEVICES
HED-HCAT 0021÷0061
High pressure switch
Low pressure switch
Opens (bar)
Closed (bar)
Reset
41,5 (+0-1,4)
3 (+-0,2)
33(+-2)
3,9 (+-0,3)
automatic
automatic
Opens (bar)
Closed (bar)
Reset
42 (+0-1,4)
3 (+-0,2)
33(+-2)
3,9 (+-0,3)
automatic
automatic
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INSTALLATION HED UNIT
CHOICE OF INSTALLATION SITE
Before installing the unit, agree with the customer the site
where it will be installed, taking the following points into
consideration:
- check that the fixing points are adequate to support the
weight of the unit;
- pay scrupulous respect to safety distances between the
unit and other equipment or structures (see functional
clearances);
- install the unit with a minimum slope of 2 mm/m to guarantee condensate drainage.
POSITIONING
Before handling the unit, check the capacity of the lift
equipment used, respecting the instructions on the packaging. To move the unit horizontally, make appropriate use of
lift trucks or similar, in the most appropriate way.
The units are supplied with the following accessories to
simplify installation: vibration dampers, washers and fastening bolts for the 6 slots on the indoor unit. The distance
between the fastening points on the ceiling are shown in
the dimensioned drawings on next page.
CONNECTION CONDENSATE DRAIN
This operation must be carried out with particular care.
The unit is fitted with a condensate drain pan, and the
connector on the rear of the unit is supplied with a plastic
hose.
The following warnings must be observed for the connections:
1. Do not connect the drains from different units together.
2. Make sure the drain pipe has a slope of at least 2 cm/m
without obstructions or bottlenecks.
3. Fit a drain trap at least 30 mm below of the condensate
pan.
4. Connect the condensate drain pipe to a rainwater drainage system. Do not connect to the sewage system as
odours may be sucked up if the water in the drain trap
evaporates.
5. After connecting, check correct drainage of the condensate by pouring water into the pan.
6. Fill the drain trap with water in the tray by pouring water into the pan.
INSTALLATION HCAT UNIT
CHOICE OF INSTALLATION SITE
Before installing the unit, agree with the customer the site
where it will be installed, taking the following points into
consideration:
- check that the fixing points are adequate to support the
weight of the unit;
- pay scrupulous respect to safety distances between the
unit and other equipment or structures to ensure that air
entering the unit and discharged by the fans is free to circulate.
- The unit must be installed in a space designed to house
technical installations dimensioned according to legislation in force in the country concerned and large enough
to allow access for maintenance.
POSITIONING
Before handling the unit, check the capacity of the lift equipment used, respecting the instructions on the packaging.
To move the unit in the horizontal, make appropriate use
of a lift truck or similar, bearing in mind the weight distribution of the unit. To lift the unit, insert tubes long enough to
allow positioning of the lifting slings and safety pins in the
special holes in the base of the unit.
To avoid the slings damaging the unit, place protection beCLEARANCES
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tween the slings and the unit. Place a layer of rubber (min.
thickness 10 mm) or vibration dampers between the base
and support surface. Fix the unit, making sure it is level and
that there is easy access to refrigerant and electrical components. If the site is exposed to strong winds, fix the unit
adequately to the support surface using tie rods if necessary.
You are advised to avoid:
- Installing the unit in pits and/or air vents;
- Obstacles or barriers which could cause the air discharged to be recycled;
- Installation in sites with an aggressive atmosphere
- Installation in confined spaces where the sound levels of
the appliance could be amplified by reverberation or resonance
- Installation in corners where dust, leaves or other materials tend to collect. These could obstruct the passage of
air, thus reducing the efficiency of the unit..
- Air discharged by the unit entering inhabited rooms
through doors or windows causing unpleasant conditions
for the inhabitants.
- Air discharged by the unit being obstructed by a wind
blowing in the opposite direction;
- Direct exposure of the unit to sunlight.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS HED UNIT
The direct expansion terminals leave the factory completely wired and ready for connection to the mains electricity
supply and to the outdoor unit. All electrical connections
must be carried out by qualified personnel.
For all electrical work, refer to the electrical wiring diagrams in this manual.
You are also recommended to check
- that the characteristics of the mains electricity supply are
adequate for the power values indicated in the electrical
characteristics table below, also bearing in mind the possible use of other equipment at the same time.
POWER CONNECTIONS
For the functional connection of the unit, bring the power
supply cable to the electrical panel inside the unit and connect it to terminals (U) phase, (N) neutral and (PE) earth,
including a suitable mains switch with automatic disconnector and residual-current protection between the power
supply and the unit.
Power to the unit must be turned on only after
installation work (mechanical, refrigerant and electrical) has been completed.
All electrical connections must be carried out
by qualified personnel in accordance with legislation
in force in the country concerned.
Respect instructions for connecting phase, neutral and earth conductors.
The power line must be fitted with a device to
protect from short-circuits and leaks to earth, isolating the installation from other users. This protection device should also act as a main switch and, if
not visible from the electrical panel of the unit,
should be lockable.
Voltage must be within a tolerance of ±10 of the
rated power supply voltage for the unit. If these parameters are not respected, contact the electricity
supply company.
For electrical connections, use double insulation
cable in conformity with current legislation in the
country concerned.
An efficient earth connection is obligatory. Failure
to earth the appliance absolves the manufacturer of
all liability for damage.
EN HED-HCAT
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ELECTRIC CONNECTIONS HCAT UNIT
The HCAT condenser units leave the factory fully wired.
Installation is limited to connection to the mains electrical
supply and connection of the remote (ON/OFF) switch,
operations that must be carried out by qualified personnel
in compliance with current legislation. For all electrical
work, refer to the electrical wiring diagrams in this manual.
You are also recommended to check
- that the characteristics of the mains electricity supply are
adequate for the power values indicated in the electrical
characteristics table below, also bearing in mind the possible use of other equipment at the same time.
Power to the unit must be turned on only after
installation work (refrigerant and electrical) has
been completed.
All electrical connections must be carried out
by qualified personnel in accordance with legislation
in force in the country concerned.
Respect instructions for connecting phase,
neutral and earth conductors. The power line
should be fitted upstream with a suitable device to
protect against short-circuits and leakage to earth,
isolating the installation from other equipment.
Voltage must be within a tolerance of ±10% of
the rated power supply voltage for the unit (for
three phase units, the unbalance between the phases
must not exceed 3%). If these parameters are not
respected, contact the electricity supply company.
For electrical connections, use double insulation
cable in conformity with current legislation in the
country concerned.
Install, if possible near the unit, an appropriate protection device to isolate the unit from the mains supply. This should have a delayed characteristic curve,
contact opening of at least 3 mm and an adequate interruption and differential protection capacity.
If this device is not visible from the electrical
panel of the unit, it should be lockable
An efficient earth connection is obligatory. Failure to earth the appliance absolves the manufacturer of all liability for damage.
In the case of three phase units, ensure the
phases are connected correctly.
Do not use refrigerant pipes to earth the unit.
ELECTRICAL PANEL
The electrical panel is located inside the unit at the top of
the technical compartment where the various components
of the refrigerant circuit are also to be found. To access the
electrical panel, remove the front panel of the unit by undoing the self-tapping screws. To access the components in
the electrical panel and the terminal boards, undo the four
screws on the panel itself.
ELECTRICAL WIRING DIAGRAM ON THE MACHINE
Only for the machines with 48VDC power supply:
Must protect the 48 VDC power supply with a bipolar thermal Overload switch.
( The negative and even the positive)
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PREPARING FOR FIRST START UP
Before starting up the condenser units, make sure that:
- all safety conditions have been respected.
- The condenser unit is adequately fixed to the surface it
rests on.
- Functional distances have been respected.
- The refrigerant connections have been carried out as indicated in the instruction manual.
- The circuit has been vented.
- The refrigerant circuit valves are open.
- electrical connections have been carried out correctly.
- voltage is within a tolerance of 10% of the rated voltage
for the unit.
- the unit is correctly earthed.
- All electrical connections are tight and all refrigerant connections have been carried out correctly.
Before starting up, power up the unit for at least
two hours by positioning QF and QS to ON, to allow the oil in the compressor sump to heat up.
STARTING UP FOR THE FIRST TIME (after two hours)
Before activating the condenser unit:
- Make sure the remote mains switch QF is in the OFF position;
- Place the compressor thermal overload switch QM1 in
the ON position;
- Close the electrical panel and tighten the closing screws;
- Position the main unit switch QS in the ON position;
- Replace the inspection panel
ON
OFF
- Remove the inspection panel;
- Position the main unit switch QF (on the outside of the
appliance) in the “ON” position
ACTIVATING AND DEACTIVATING THE UNIT
- Place the remote switch SA1 (if present) in the ON position.
- Remove the door of the electrical panel, setting QS to OFF;
ON
OFF
- The ACTIVATION and DEACTIVATION operations are
controlled by the combined HED indoor unit.
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POWER INPUT OF THE INDIVIDUAL COMPONENTS
COMPRESSOR
R410A
Model
0011
0021
0031
0031
0041
0051
0056
0061
Power input
V/Ph/Hz
230/1/50
230/1/50
230/1/50
400/3N/50
400/3N/50
400/3N/50
400/3N/50
400/3N/50
EVAPORATOR FAN EVAPORATOR FAN
AC power input
48 V DC power input
F.L.I. F.L.A. L.R.A.
Nr.
kW
A
A
1,9
8,5
39
1
2,7 16,0
58
1
3,4 17,1
67
1
3,5
6,0
35
1
3,7
7,0
46
1
4,3
8,0
48
1
5,9 10,0
64
1
5,9 11,8
64
2
F.L.I.
kW
0,4
0,4
0,4
0,4
0,5
0,5
0,5
0,5
F.L.A.
A
1,9
1,9
1,9
1,9
2,1
2,1
2,1
2,1
TOTAL UNIT POWER INPUT (HED+HCAT) R410A
COOLING ONLY,
COOLING ONLY,
with EVAPORATOR
with EVAPORAFAN AC power input
TOR FAN AC
and ELECTRIC
power input
HEATER
Power input
F.L.I. F.L.A. S.A
F.L.I.
F.L.A.
Model
V/Ph/Hz
kW
A
A
kW
A
0011
230/1/50
2,5 11,1 41,6
2,1
9,3
0021
230/1/50
3,3 18,6 60,6
2,1
9,3
0031
230/1/50
3,9 19,7 69,6
2,1
9,3
0031
400/3N/50
4,0 8,6 37,6
2,1
9,3
0041
400/3N/50
4,3 9,7 48,7
3,9
16,9
0051
400/3N/50
4,9 10,7 50,7
3,9
16,9
0056
400/3N/50
6,7 13,5 67,5
3,9
16,9
0061
400/3N/50
6,7 15,3 67,5
3,9
16,9
Nr.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
F.L.I.
kW
0,6
0,6
0,6
0,6
1,1
1,1
1,1
1,1
CONDENSER
FAN
F.L.A.
A
11,5
11,5
11,5
11,5
19,5
19,5
19,5
19,5
Nr.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
F.L.I.
kW
0,2
0,2
0,2
0,2
0,1
0,1
0,3
0,3
F.L.A.
A
0,7
0,7
0,7
0,7
0,6
0,6
1,4
1,4
ELECTRIC
HEATER
N°
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
F.L.I.
kW
1,7
1,7
1,7
1,7
3,4
3,4
3,4
3,4
F.L.A.
A
7,4
7,4
7,4
7,4
14,8
14,8
14,8
14,8
COOLING ONLY,
48V DC POWER
COOLING ONLY,
with EVAPORATOR SUPPLY (EVAP. FAN +
with EVAPORATOR
FAN 48 V DC
FREE COOLING
FAN 48V DC
power input and DAMPER + ELECTRIC
power input
ELECTRIC HEATER
BOARD)
F.L.I. F.L.A. S.A
F.L.I.
F.L.A.
F.L.I.
F.L.A.
kW
A
A
kW
A
kW
A
2,1
9,2 39,7
1,7
7,4
0,6
11,9
2,9 16,7 58,7
1,7
7,4
0,6
11,9
3,5 17,8 67,7
1,7
7,4
0,6
11,9
3,6
6,7 35,7
1,7
7,4
0,6
11,9
3,9
7,6 46,6
3,4
14,8
1,1
19,9
4,4
8,6 48,6
3,4
14,8
1,1
19,9
6,2 11,4 65,4
3,4
14,8
1,1
19,9
6,3 13,2 65,4
3,4
14,8
1,1
19,9
CONNECTING THE REFRIGERANT PIPES FOR HED UNIT
SUCTION/DISCHARGE PIPES
Create the coupling flange directly on the pipe; this means
less welding and therefore fewer impurities inside the piping. All pipes must be perfectly clean (clean piping with nitrogen or dry air before connecting the pipes to the two
units) and free from moisture to allow efficient venting..
To connect liquid pipe, proceed as follows:
1. Connect the pipe to the liquid union coupling using two
spanners.
2. Insulate the outside of the pipe and the coupling.
Liquid side
Gas side
Condensate drain
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HED-HCAT EN
REFRIGERANT CONNECTIONS
REFRIGERANT PIPES
Sizing of the refrigerant pipes connecting the external condenser units and indoor evaporator units is vital to guarantee correct operation.
Next tables give diameters the diameters of pipes for connecting the HED-HCAT units, the maximum admissible
length and the maximum difference in level, both with the
condenser unit located at a lower level than the terminal
unit and vice versa.
For greater distances, the diameter must be calculated.
Use only copper piping for refrigerant use.
4. If the outdoor unit is higher than the indoor unit by
more than 3 m, an oil collection trap should be fitted
every 3 m and an air trap should be included before the
indoor unit (see Fig. 3).
5. When installing the piping, make sure all bends have a
large radius. Avoid hairpins. Do not squash the pipes.
Liquid piping
1. Avoid using excessive diameters to avoid excessive refrigerant content.
2. If the piping is exposed to heat sources, insulate it appropriately.
The HCAT units are pre-filled with a sufficient quantity of
refrigerant for connection to the corresponding HED indoor unit and for a maximum pipe length of 5 m.
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
MAXIMUM DIFFERENCE IN LEVEL
5m for HED-HCAT 0011
and 15 m for HEDHCAT 0021÷0061
3 meters
MAX. DIFFERENCE IN LEVEL
15m for HED-HCAT 0011
and 30 m for HED-HCAT 0021÷0061
.
PROCEDURE FOR CORRECT CONNECTION
Intake/discharge piping
1. Insulate the piping adequately with anti-condensate
“closed cell” type polyethylene to a minimum thickness
of 9 mm. Remote on/off.
2. If the outdoor unit is lower than the indoor unit, a
drain trap must be fitted to avoid fluid returning towards the compressor (see Fig. 1).
3. If the outdoor unit is higher than the indoor unit by
less than 3 m, it is sufficient to fit an air trap before the
indoor unit (see Fig. 2).
Fig. 3
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SIZING OF REFRIGERANT PIPES
FITTINGS
Model
HED unit
Liquid line
Suction / discharge line
HCAT unit
Liquid line
Suction / discharge line
0011
0021
0031
0041
0051
0056
0061
mm
mm
3/8"
5/8"
3/8"
5/8"
3/8"
5/8"
1/2"
3/4"
1/2"
3/4"
1/2"
3/4"
1/2"
3/4"
mm
mm
3/8"
5/8"
3/8"
5/8"
3/8"
5/8"
1/2"
3/4"
1/2"
3/4"
1/2"
3/4"
1/2"
3/4"
0041
0051
0056
0061
1/2"
3/4"
1/2"
3/4"
1/2"
3/4"
1/2"
3/4"
0041
0051
0056
0061
1/2"
3/4"
1/2"
3/4"
1/2"
3/4"
1/2"
3/4"
SIZING CONNECTION PIPING IN RELATION TO EQUIVALENT DISTANCE
Model
0011
0021
0031
0-30 m equivalent
Liquid line
mm
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
Suction / discharge line
mm
5/8"
5/8"
5/8"
SIZING CONNECTION PIPING IN RELATION TO EQUIVALENT DISTANCE
Model
0011
0021
0031
30-50 m equivalent
Liquid line
mm
N.A.
3/8"
3/8"
Suction / discharge line
mm
N.A.
5/8"
5/8"
TYPE OF FITTINGS
Model
0011
0021
0031
0041
0051
0056
0061
HED unit
flare
flare
flare
flare
flare
flare
flare
HCAT unit
flare
flare
flare
flare
flare
flare
flare
ADDITIONAL REFRIGERANT LOAD (FOR EVERY LINEAR METER EXCEEDING 5 m)
Diameter
3/8"-10
1/2"-12
5/8"-16
3/4"-18
7/8"-22
Liquid line
g/m
59
90
160
-
-
Suction / discharge line
g/m
-
-
29
39
64
N.B.: add lubricating oil equivalent to 10% of the weight of the gas calculated only for the refrigerant connection lines between indoor and
outdoor unit.
EQUIVALENT CORRESPONDING LENGTH, 90° CURVE AND COMPLETE DRAIN TRAP
Nominal diameter
(mm)
20
90°
45°
180°
90°
12
0,50
0,25
0,75
2,10
1,90
14
0,53
0,26
0,80
2,20
2,00
16
0,55
0,27
0,85
2,40
2,10
18
0,60
0,30
0,95
2,70
2,40
22
0,70
0,35
1,10
3,20
2,80
28
0,80
0,45
1,30
4,00
3,30
HED-HCAT EN
INTAKE PIPING
Flared couplings are used for all models. To connect, proceed as follows:
1. Prepare the end of the pipe, creating the correctly
shaped flare.
2. Connect the prepared pipe to the intake pipe shut-off
valve using two spanners as shown in the figure below.
LIQUID PIPING
Flared couplings are used for all models. To connect, proceed as follows:
1. Prepare the end of the pipe, creating the correctly
shaped flare.
2. Connect the prepared pipe to the liquid pipe shut-off
valve using two spanners as shown in the figure below..
flare coupling
flare coupling
Flanged stub pipe
Flanged stub pipe
Gas line
Liquid line
Note: The use of a flare connected directly to the piping
limits impurities inside the pipe. All pipes must be perfectly
clean (clean piping with nitrogen or dry air before connec-
CHECKING FOR LEAKS
1. Check that the valves on the outdoor unit are completely closed.
2. Connect the pressure gauge to the service outlet of the
two outdoor unit valves.
3. Fill with freon R410A gas at a pressure of 250 kPa.
OUTDOOR UNIT
L
ting the pipes to the two units) and free from moisture to
allow efficient venting.
4. Connect the nitrogen cylinder to the valves and bring
the circuit up to a pressure of 1,200 kPa.
5. Using a leak detector light or other electronic instrument, make sure there are no leaks. When complete, remove the pressure within the pipework..
1
2
R410A
N
H
INDOOR UNIT
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22
HED-HCAT EN
band
heater
band
heater. support unit
compressor
band
compressor. support unit
free cooling. support unit
free cooling
band
band
band
band
max temperature alarm
band
low temperature alarm
band
support unit
band
support unit
band
CONTROL DIAGRAM
CONTROLLER
Select alarms
Display
Programming
Up / Down
Exit
Confirm
Room T:
Display
The display shows the main values managed by the unit.
Alarms
Alarms are signalled by the light on the alarm button. Pressing the button displays the details of the causes of alarm.
To reset the alarms, press the alarm button again.
The controller saves up to 100 alarms.
Displaying and setting the unit parameters
Pressing the Prg button and entering the password accesses the menu for setting the parameters.
The operating parameters are sub-divided into the following levels:
• Level 1 (incorrect PSW): general unit status, alarms and graphs.
• Level 2 (user PSW required): USER MENU (0000).
• Level 3 (maintenance PSW required): MAINTENANCE MENU.
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DESCRIPTION OF THE AREAS SHOWN ON THE DISPLAY
FIRST PAGE
Menu structure: the pages in the main loop are scrolled using the UP and DOWN buttons.
If the clock is fitted and operating, the time and date are displayed.
If an analogue input is configured as the room temperature, this is displayed.
If an analogue input is configured as the room humidity, this is displayed.
AREA1: this displays the general status of the unit.
Unit off
Unit on and fan off
Unit on and fan on
Unit on and air-conditioner
1 fan active
Unit on and air-conditioner
2 fan active
Unit on and air-conditioner
1 and 2 fan active
AREA 2: this displays the detailed status of the unit.
Active alarm
Maintenance signal
Manual controls active
Unit off from keypad
Unit off from digital input
Unit off from time bands
Unit off from supervisor
Unit in emergency mode
Unit in night mode
Unit on in LAN due to high
room temperature
Unit on in LAN due to low
room temperature
Unit awaiting LAN
Unit on in LAN
AREA 3: this displays an icon that, in the event of an alarm or a maintenance signal, indicates the type of alarm or the device
that requires maintenance respectively.
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Configuration alarm
Fire/smoke/flood alarm
Fire/smoke alarm
Flood alarm
Outlet fan flow alarm
Outlet fan thermal overload
alarm
Blackout /incorrect phase
sequence alarm
High pressure alarm from
digital input/analogue input
Low pressure alarm
Compressor alarm on
air-conditioner 1 and 2
Condenser fan thermal
overload alarm
Compressor alarm on
air-conditioner 2
Compressor alarm on
air-conditioner 1
Heater alarm
Blocked filter alarm
Damper alarm
EPROM alarm
Room temperature probe
alarm
Outside temperature
probe alarm
Condensing pressure
probe alarm
Outlet temperature
probe alarm
Room humidity probe alarm
LAN disconnected alarm
Maximum room temperature
alarm
HED-HCAT EN
High room temperature
alarm
Low room temperature
alarm
High room humidity alarm
Low room humidity alarm
Room thermostat alarm
Auxiliary alarm
Clock alarm
Compressor maintenance
Outlet fan maintenance
Compressor maintenance,
air-conditioner 1 and 2
Outlet fan maintenance
air-conditioner 1 and 2
Compressor maintenance,
air-conditioner 2
Outlet fan maintenance,
air-conditioner 2
Condenser fan maintenance
Compressor maintenance,
air-conditioner 1
Outlet fan maintenance,
air-conditioner 1
AREA 4: this displays the unit operating mode, heating or cooling, if the outlet fan temperature control function is enabled.
Unit in cooling mode
Unit in heating mode
Fan temperature control
not active
AREA 5: all the devices currently operating are displayed.
Compressor active
Air-conditioner
1 compressor active
Air-conditioner
2 compressor active
Air-conditioner 1 and 2
compressor active
AREA 6: all the devices currently operating are displayed.
Heater active
Air-conditioner 1 heater
active
Air-conditioner 2 heater
active.
Air-conditioner 1 and 2
heaters active
AREA 7: all the devices currently operating are displayed.
Dehumidification active
Emergency fan active
AREA 8: this displays the Unit LAN address.
Unit LAN address
AREA 9: if the ON/OFF from keypad option is enabled, this displays the corresponding icon.
Press ENTER for 5 seconds
to switch the unit off
Press ENTER for 5 seconds
to switch the unit on
AREA 10: this displays the layout of the unit.
Packaged unit without
freecooling
Packaged unit with
freecooling closed, inside
air recirculation
Packaged unit with
freecooling open, full
outside air
Split unit without
freecooling
Split unit with freecooling
50%, inside/outside air
mixture
Split unit with freecooling
open, full outside air
Packaged unit with
freecooling 50%,
inside/outside air mixture
Split unit with freecooling
closed, inside air recirculation
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SECOND PAGE
This displays the values of the analogue inputs enabled, identified by icons.
Room air temperature
Outlet air temperature
Room air humidity
Condensing pressure
Outside air temperature
THIRD PAGE
This shows the set point and band for all the devices enabled, identified by icons.
Outlet fan temperature
control in cooling
Outlet fan temperature
control in heating
Freecooling
Compressor
Heaters
Dehumidification
Compressor 1
Compressor 2
Heater 1
Heater 2
Emergency fan
FOURTH PAGE
This shows information relating to the software and hardware.
NOTE:
LANGUAGE SETTING
Press both bottom at the same time, then select your own language
TO CHANGE THE DISPLAY
CONTRAST
Press at the same time
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HED-HCAT EN
To adjust (up or down)
the contrast
DISPLAY SCREENS
MAIN LOOP
FIRST PAGE
Press the
sequence.
button displays the following status screens in
SECOND PAGE
THIRD PAGE
1 unit controlled by the electrical panel controller
2 units controlled by the electrical panel controller
FOURTH PAGE
Press the
menu.
button repeatedly to return to the main
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PASSWORD ENTRY
Secondary loop
Pressing the
button accesses the password entry
page. Depending on the password entered, 3 loops of
screens may be enabled:
level 0 - incorrect password;
level 1 - user password 0000 (modifiable);
level 2 - maintenance password (modifiable);
Main screen
Press together
for 5 seconds
The language can be
changed
Press the Prg button
User password
0000 (modifiable)
LEVEL 1
Password not correct
LEVEL 0
Displays only:
Displays:
Maintenance password
Contact Climaveneta
LEVEL 2
Displays:
A Status
Digital 1
Digital 0
Analogue I
Analogue 0
Operating hours
pLAN network
A Stati
B Alarm log
B Alarm log
B Alarm log
C Graphs
C Graphs
C Graphs
D Clock
D Clock
E User
E User
Digital 1
Digital 0
Analogue I
Analogue 0
Operating hours
pLAN network
Fan
Freecooling
Compressor
Heater
Dehumidification
Alarms
pLAN network
Set password
A Status
Digital 1
Digital 0
Analogue I
Analogue 0
Operating hours
pLAN network
Fan
Freecooling
Compressor
Heater
Dehumidification
Alarms
pLAN network
Set password
F Maintenance
Analogue I
Operating hours
Manual alarms
Password
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LEVEL 0
A ALARM LOG
Digital 1
Digital O
Analogue 1
Analogue O
Operating Hours
pLAN
The inputs are already configured during production of the unit. Before changing any settings, contact the office.
Digital I
A1
STATUS
Digital I
Digital O
Analogue I
Analogue O
Operating hours
pLAN
Confirm by
pressing .
To move to the
next row press
.
Screen displaying the status of the digital inputs
Screen displaying the status of the digital outputs
Screen displaying the status of the analogue inputs
Screen displaying the status of the analogue outputs
Screen displaying the device operating hours
Screen displaying the status of the pLAN network
Possible configurations of the digital inputs
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
DIGITAL O
A2
To change the To change the
value press
. value press
and .
Description
Not used
Low pressure switch
High pressure switch
Outlet fan thermal overload
Condenser fan thermal overload
Heater thermal overload
Outlet fan flow
Outlet fan filters blocked
230/400Vac power connected and incorrect phase sequence
Room thermostat
External alarm
Fire/smoke alarm
Flood alarm
Flood and fire/smoke alarm
Remote ON/OFF
Remote ON impulse
Remote OFF impulse
Air-conditioner 1 alarm
Air-conditioner 2 alarm
Air-conditioner 1 compressor on
Air-conditioner 2 compressor on
Enable freecooling
Possible configurations of the digital outputs
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Description
Not used
Alarm 1 control
Alarm 2 control
Alarm 3 control
Alarm 4 control
Alarm 5 control
Alarm 6 control
Alarm 7 control
Open freecooling damper control
Close freecooling damper control
Outlet fan control
Condenser fan control
Compressor control
Dehumidification control
Electric heater control
Compressor status
Outlet fan status
Freecooling status
Heater status
Air-conditioner 1 fan control
Air-conditioner 2 fan control
Air-conditioner 1 compressor control
Air-conditioner 2 compressor control
Air-conditioner 1 heater control
Air-conditioner 2 heater control
Unit status
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ANALOGUE I
Pressure
Humidity
Room T.
Outlet T.
Outside T.
A3
ANALOGUE O
Open FC
Outlet fan
Cond. fan
Not used
A4
Operating hours
A5
This screen is displayed in systems with:
1 unit controlled by one PLC
A6
This screen is displayed in systems with:
2 units controlled by the same PLC
A7
This screen is displayed in systems with:
2 units controlled by the same PLC
pLAN network
pLAN network status screen
This screen, only active if the LAN is enabled, displays the status of the units connected in the pLAN network.
Addresses 1 to 10 are used for controllers, addresses 11 to 20
for private terminals, and address 32 for the shared terminal.
A8
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B ALARM LOG
List of alarms
ALARM LOG screen
In this screen this displays the alarm log.
A maximum of 100 events can be saved, once having
reached the one hundredth alarm, i.e. the last space
available in the memory, the next alarm is saved
over the oldest alarm (001), which is deleted, and so
on for subsequent.
To scroll the list of logged alarms press / .
Reset memory
AC 1 fan hour threshold
AC 2 fan hour threshold
AC 1 comp. hour threshold
AC 2 comp. hour threshold
Fan hour threshold
Compressor hour threshold
Clock
Auxiliary
Room thermostat
Low humidity
High humidity
Low temperature
High temperature
Maximum temperature
pLAN network
Pressure probe
Humidity probe
Outlet temp. probe
Outside temp. probe
Room temp. probe
EPROM
Freecooling damper
Dirty filters
Heater thermal overload
Fan thermal overload
AC 1 compressor
AC 2 compressor
Low pressure
High pressure A (Analogue)
High pressure D (Digital)
No power
Fan thermal overload
No flow
Flood
Fire/smoke
Flood Fire/smoke
DA CFG (Digital/Analogue configuration)
AO CFG (Analogue Output configuration)
DO CFG (Digital Output configuration)
AI CFG (Analogue Input configuration)
DI CFG (Digital Input configuration)
Reset log
C GRAPHS
C1
GRAPHS screens
The first screen displays a graph showing the trend in room air
temperature, the screen is enabled if an analogue input is configured as the room air temperature reading.
C2
Note: The second screen displays the logged values (temperature only)
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LEVEL 1
•
•
•
•
Status
Alarm log
Graphs
Clock
To change the To change the
value press
. value press
and .
Confirm by
pressing .
To move to the
next row press
.
D CLOCK
CLOCK screen
This screen is used to set the time and date.
E USER
USER
Fan
Fan
Freecooling
Compressor
Heater
Dehumidification
Alarms
pLAN network
Configuration
Password
The set points for all the resources can be set in the
USER level.
Screens for setting the main fan operating
parameters
Freecooling
Screens for setting the freecooling operating
parameters
Compressor
Screen for setting the compressor operating
parameters
Heater
Screen for setting the heater operating parameters
Dehumidification Screen for setting the dehumidification operating
parameters
Alarms
Screens for setting the alarm parameters
pLAN network Screen for setting the pLAN network parameters
Configuration
Screen for setting the configuration parameters
Password
Screen for setting the level 1 password
The loops of screens are displayed if the corresponding devices are enabled.
Fan
Fan digital control
E1
Temperature control: with temperature control the fan switches on and off depending on the value of the heating and cooling set point.
YES / NO
Cooling set point:
used to set the cooling set point temperature.
Cooling band:
used to set the band in cooling mode.
Heating set point:
used to set the heating set point temperature.
Heating band:
used to set the band in heating mode.
P+I control:
used to choose between proportional or proportional-integral control (in the latter control depends on the time set).
Integral time:
used to set the time for proportional-integral control.
Fan analogue control
E2
Temperature control: with temperature control the fan switches on and off depending on the value of the heating and cooling set point.
YES / NO
Modulation:
enables modulating operation of the fan.YES / NO
Cooling set point:
used to set the cooling set point temperature.
Cooling band:
used to set the band in cooling mode.
Cooling cut-off:
used to set the temperature in the shut-down phase in cooling mode.
Heating set point:
used to set the heating set point temperature.
Heating band:
used to set the band in heating mode.
Heating cut-off:
used to set the temperature in the shut-down phase in heating mode.
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Fan non-modulating analogue control
If selecting modulating NO this screen is displayed with the
fixed parameters.
E4
Fan modulating analogue control
If selecting modulating YES this screen is displayed with the values that can be set for the fan.
Minimum cooling:
Maximum cooling:
Minimum heating:
Maximum heating:
Dehumidification:
Start-up time:
P+I control:
Integral time:
used to set the minimum fan speed in cooling mode.
used to set the maximum fan speed in cooling mode.
used to set the minimum fan speed in heating mode.
used to set the maximum fan speed in heating mode.
enables the dehumidification function.
used to set the delay in starting the fan.
used to choose between proportional or proportional-integral control (in the latter control depends on the time set).
used to set the time for proportional-integral control.
E5
Sniffing:
Fan ON:
Fan OFF:
allows of switch on / turn off the fan per a time determined.
used to set the fan on time.
used to set the fan off time.
E6
This screen is displayed in systems with:
2 units controlled by the controller
Rotation hours:
Rotation test:
used to set the hours for master and slave rotation.
used to set the minutes to test the operation of master /
slave rotation
Freecooling
E7
Page 1
Set point:
Band:
Minimum:
Maximum:
P+I control:
Integral time:
FC Modulating:
E8
used to set the temperature per the opening of the
freecooling damper.
used to set the band.
used to set the minimum damper opening.
used to set the maximum damper opening.
used to choose between proportional or proportional-integral control (in the latter control depends on the time set).
used to set the time for proportional-integral control
used to set the damper in modulating mode.YES / NO
Page 2
In/out delta:
used to set the delta between the inside temperature and
the outside temperature for opening the freecooling damper
DT band:
used to set the band for opening the freecooling damper.
FC with compressor: allows simultaneous operation of freecooling and the compressor. YES / NO
Delay:
used to set a delay for opening the freecooling damper.
Outlet limit:
enables a limit to ensure too much cool air is not introduced into the site. YES / NO
Minimum temp.:
used to set the minimum inlet temperature via the freecooling damper.
Band:
used to set the band for the minimum temp.
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E9
Emergency mode:
Set point:
Band:
Delta T:
DT band:
FC with compressor:
Compressor alarm:
enables the freecooling damper in the event of emergencies. YES / NO
used to set the temperature for activating emergency
mode.
used to set the set point band.
used to set the temperature delta in emergency mode.
used to set the temperature delta band in emergency
mode.
allows simultaneous operation of freecooling and the compressor in emergency mode. YES / NO
allows freecooling operation if the compressor alarm is activated. YES / NO
Compressor
This screen is displayed in systems with:
1 unit controlled by one PLC
E10
Set point:
Band:
used to set the set point for activating the compressor.
used to set the band for activating the compressor.
This screen is displayed in systems with:
2 units controlled by the same PLC
E11
Set point AC 1:
Band:
Set point AC 2:
Band:
used to set the set point for activating the compressor relating to the 1st air-conditioner.
used to set the band of start-up of the compressor.
used to set the set point for activating the compressor relating to the 2nd air-conditioner.
used to set the band for activating the compressor.
Heater
This screen is displayed in systems with:
1 unit controlled by one PLC
E12
Set point AC 1:
Band:
used to set the set point for activating the heater.
used to set the band for activating the heater.
This screen is displayed in systems with:
2 units controlled by the same PLC
E13
Set point AC 1:
Band:
Set point AC 2:
Band:
used to set the set point for activating the heater relating to
the 1st air-conditioner.
used to set the band for activating the heater.
used to set the set point for activating the heater relating to
the 2nd air-conditioner.
used to set the band for activating the heater.
Dehumidification
Enable:
Set point:
Band:
Temp. limit:
E14
Temp. band:
Enable FC limit:
FC limit:
FC limit band:
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enables the dehumidification function. YES / NO
used to set the set point for operation of the dehumidifier.
used to set the band for operation of the dehumidifier.
used to set the minimum temperature limit, for operation of
the dehumidifier.
used to set the band for the operating temperature limit.
enables the humidity limit for activating the freecooling
damper. YES / NO
used to set the humidity limit for activating freecooling.
used to set the humidity limit band for activating freecooling.
Alarms
E15
Used to set the alarm set points.
The set points are pre-set in the factory.
E16
E17
This screen is displayed in systems with:
1 unit controlled by one PLC
Page 1
Used to configure the alarm signals (from 1 to 7, depending on
the controller and configuration).
The user can select which alarms activate the alarm signal output.
E18
Page 2
E19
Page 3
E20
This screen is displayed in systems with:
2 units controlled by one PLC.
Page 1
Each alarm can be configured to perform an action on the system.
0 No action
1 Add unit to network.
2 Switch unit off and switch on another in the network.
3 Switch off all the units in the network
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Page 2
Note: When an alarm is activated, the main screen shows the alarm symbol (page 14-15) in area 3; pressing the
ALARM button opens the alarm display screens and the audible alarm sounds; if more than one alarm is active, these
can be scrolled using the UP and DOWN buttons. Pressing the ALARM button on one of the alarm display screens resets all the alarms; if the alarms are still active, the audible alarm sounds again.
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pLAN network
The network can have a maximum of 10 units and 11 terminals, one of which shared. Unit operation in the LAN network
is configured on unit 01.
Page 1
E22
Enable LAN:
enables the LAN function. YES / NO
No. of units in LAN: used to set how many units are connected to the LAN.
Average temperature: this function allows temperature control on the individual
units using the average temperature measured by the active
units connected to the pLAN. YES / NO
No. of units in STBY: sets how many units are in Standby.
Rotation hours:
this function is used to balance the operating hours of the units
connected in a pLAN network. Rotation is performed based on
the set time, expressed in hours, activating the unit with the
lowest address first. A maximum of 2 units can be set in standby
if there are more than 4 units connected in the pLAN network.
runs the test to verify the exact operation of the rotation function.
Rotation test:
Pag. 2
E23
Used to set the pLAN Support set points.
E24
E25
Page 3
Each alarm can be configured to perform an action on the LAN.
0. No action
1. Add unit to network.
2. Switch unit off and switch on another in the network.
3. Switch off all the units in the network.
Page 4
See the paragraph on “LAN - local network”
Configuration
E26
Page 1
E27
ON/ OFF keypad: enabling this function means the unit can be switched on and off
by pressing the ENTER button for 5 seconds on the main
screen. YES / NO
Time bands:
enabling this function means the unit can be switched on and off
based on time bands.
Start:
used to set the time the unit starts operating.
End:
used to set the time the unit stops operating.
Supervision:
enabling this function allows the unit to be managed by a supervisor, fitting an optional board.
Address:
used to set the address for the supervisor.
Speed:
selects the communication baud rate.
Protocol:
selects the communication protocol.
Modbus/Carel/Lon
Page 2
Night function:
by enabling this function, in specific time bands a different set
point can be set for the fan and the compressor, plus a reduced outlet fan speed. YES / NO
Start:
used to set the Night function start time.
End:
used to set the Night function end time.
Compressor set:
used to set the compressor set point for the night function.
Out fan reduction: used to reduce the outlet fan speed for the night function.
Cooling set point: sed to set the cooling set point for the night function.
Heating set point:
used to set the heating set point for the night function.
Cond. fan reduction: used to reduce the condenser fan speed for the night function.
Password
Screen for setting the level 1 password
E28
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LEVEL 2
•
•
•
•
•
Status
Alarm log
Graphs
Clock
User
To change the To change the
value press
. value press
and .
Confirm by
pressing .
To move to the
next row press
.
F MAINTENANCE
Analogue I
Operating hours
Alarms
Manual
Password
MAINTENANCE
Analogue I
Screens for calibrating the analogue inputs.
Operating hours Screen to reset the device operating hours.
Alarms
Screens for setting the alarm and log reset
modes.
Manual
Screens for activating manual mode and probe
simulation.
Password
Screen for setting the level 2 password.
The loops of screens are displayed if the corresponding devices are enabled.
Analogue I
F1
Page 1
Analogue input calibration
F2
Page 2
Operating hours
F3
This screen is displayed in systems with
1 unit controlled by one PLC
Used the reset the various operating hours YES / NO.
F4
This screen is displayed in systems with:
2 units controlled by the same PLC
Page 1
Used the reset the various operating hours YES / NO.
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Page 2
F5
Alarms
Each alarm can be set as manual or automatic reset; the
MAINTENANCE LOOP, ALARM screens feature the corresponding parameters.
For alarms with automatic reset, the display on the main
screen disappears when the alarm is not longer active, however the alarm display screens and buzzer remain active until the
alarm is reset by pressing the ALARM button.
F6
F7
F8
Manual
This screen is displayed in systems with:
1 unit controlled by one PLC
F9
In manual mode, the devices can be activated independently of
the control functions, while the safety features are still active.
Manual mode can last a maximum of 30 minutes.
This screen is displayed in systems with:
2 units controlled by the same PLC
F10
Page 1
In manual mode, the devices can be activated independently of
the control functions, while the safety features are still active.
Manual mode can last a maximum of 30 minutes.
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Page 2
F11
Password
F12
Screen for setting the level 2 password
"LAN" - LOCAL NETWORK (E22- E23 - E24 DISPLAY SCREENS)
MAIN FUNCTIONS OF THE LAN
The connection of the units (that is, the PCO boards fitted
on each unit) in the pLAN network allows the following
functions to be performed:
• balance the operating hours between the air-conditioners
by rotation of the standby unit.
• start the standby unit if the other unit shuts down due to
a serious alarm or blackout
• start the standby unit to provide for excessive thermal load.
• control up to 10 air-conditioners from just one user terminal (shared user terminal)
• operation of all the air-conditioners based on the average
of the temperature and humidity values read by the probes
on the air-conditioners that are operating at that moment
1. The local network connection is used to manage the
operation of a series of air-conditioners operating inside
the same environment,
2. The number of units that can be connected is 10 MAX.
3. The maximum extension of the network connections is
500 metres.
4. All the units connected in the network must have the
same version of the program installed in the flash
memory on the board.
5. A terminal can be configured as "private" or "shared":
- a private terminal can display the operating status
only of the unit it is connected to via telephone cable
- a shared terminal can display the operating status of
all the units connected in the network.
6. Each board can “talk” to a maximum of 3 terminals; in
common applications, generally no more than two are
used: one fitted on the unit and another optional remote terminal.
The priority on the terminal is always the display of the
alarms, even if when the alarm is activated the terminal is
displaying the parameters from another unit.
7. To be able to communicate over a local network, the
units must be configured so as to be able to send the
other units the required information for correct operation.
In this regard, the first step involves assigning a progressive number to the different units (1, 2, 3,…10) and then
correctly setting the addresses of the various terminals
and LAN boards, and making the electrical connections,
step-by-step, as described in the following paragraphs.
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1) INTERCONNECTION BETWEEN THE UNITS BY SHIELDED CABLE
In order to realize a LAN (Local Area Network) between the units,
of the units (on the El.Panel) and not on the main board directly.
it is required that installers provide to link together all units with a
Connectors RX/TX+, RX/TX-, & GND are in different
dedicated cable. The cable is not supplied by CLIMAVENETA. AWG
positions/Clamps based on the unit type and size: consequenly
24 cables with two twisted pairs plus shield, such as the Belden
please always refer to the electrical diagram inside the units where
8723 or 8102, and AWG 24 cables with three twisted pairs plus
such connectors are clearly indicated.
shield, Belden 8103 or similar, are recommended.
Remember that connection between 3 connectors RX/TX+,
The electrical connections must be completed when the units are
RX/TX-, & GND has to be similar among the units: the shield has to
off and disconnected from the power supply following the below re-
be connected to the earth connector only in 1 unit.
ported schema.
Refer to the below unit for the unit interconnection. (for the right
Connections must be provided directly on the main terminal block
clamps refer to the el. Diagram on the unit)
LAN CONNECTION BETWEEN 2 OR MORE UNITS
Cable connected to the earth
on the unit
Shielded cable for units interconnection. (under INSTALLER charge)
RX/TXRX/TX+
GND
UNIT Nr. 1
RX/TXRX/TX+
GND
UNIT Nr. .......
2) SETTING THE ADDRESSES OF THE UNITS (FROM 1 TO 10) AND THE USER
TERMINALS (FROM 11 TO 20)
CONFIGURING THE NETWORK
When it has been realized the electrical interconnection as reported on phase 1) it is required to switch to phase 2) for the
address configuration for:
A) units, addresses from 1 to 11
B) user terminal/Display, addresses from 11 to 20
Remember that standard confirguration from factory is the following:
Address 1 for the unit
Address 11 for the user terminal/Display
Remember that the MAX amount of units per LAN line are 10
(with max 2 in stad-by).
Right confirguration and addresses for units and user
terminals/Display are reported on the following resuming table.
TABLE OF TERMINAL ADDRESSES AND LAN BOARD ADDRESSES
LAN Board Address
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
LAN Board Address
-
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Terminal address / Display
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Terminal address / Display
32 (remote / shared)
A) UNITS ADDRESSES (FROM 1 TO 11)
Right units configuration is foundamental for the network in order
to recognize all units connected.
Same addreessing for 2 or more units in the same LAN network is
not allowed: in such casethe following alarm screen will appear .
NO LINK
• To set the terminal address (display address setting), press the
ENTER button once: the cursor will move to the address field
(n°11).
• Use the UP and DOWN buttons to select the "0" (zero) value
and confirm by pressing ENTER again.
If the value selected is different from the one saved previously,
the following screen will be displayed and the new value will be
saved to the permanent memory on the display.
Display address
changed
Units addressing can be done only from user terminal/display.
Units addressing can be done only if the user terminal/display is previusly setted with "0" (zero) address.
A1) PROCEDURE TO ADDRESS THE USER
TERMIAL/DISPLAY AT "0" ZERO
It is possible to set the user terminal/display address only after
giving it a power supply through the telephone cable on its rear
side (connected to the main board).
To enter configuration mode press simultaneusly following buttons UP, ENTER, DOWN for 5 sec.; the following screen will appear with cursor blinking on the top -left side.
Display address
setting.............................:
I/O Board address:
11
01
B) USER TERMINAL/DISPLAY ADDRESSING FROM 11
TO 20
At this point unit n°1 has to be connected with user terminal/display 11, unit n°2 has to be connected with user terminal/display 12
etc.…………...unit n°10 has to be connected with user
terminal/display 20 (look the following table)
To enter configuration mode press simultaneusly following buttons UP, ENTER, DOWN for 5 sec.; the following screen will appear with cursor blinking on the top -left side.
Display address
setting.............................:
I/O Board address:
00
01
A2) PROCEDURE TO ADDRESS THE UNITS (ADDRESSES FROM 1 TO 10)
Once the terminal address is set to "0" (zero), disconnect power
supply from the board and then power it up again while at the
same time holding the ALARM and UP buttons on the user terminal: wait until the following screen is displayed.
pLan address:
UP:
DOWN:
ENTER:
1
increase
decrease
save & exit
Release the buttons and set the correct address as per the table
shown above, from 1 to 10. Same addreessing for 2 or more units
or user terminals/display in the same LAN network is not allowed.
Set the right value. Remember to set units addresses progressively from 1 to 10 within the sme LAN line.
TABLE OF TERMINAL ADDRESSES AND LAN BOARD ADDRESSES
LAN Board Address
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
LAN Board Address
-
Terminal address / Display
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Terminal address / Display
32 (remote / shared)
• To modify the terminal address (display address setting), press
the ENTER button once: the cursor will move to the address
field (n°00).
• Use the UP and DOWN buttons to select the right value reported on the table
If the value selected is different from the one saved previously,
the following screen will be displayed and the new value will be
saved to the permanent memory on the display.
Display address
changed
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3) CONFIGURING THE SOFTWARE FOR UNIT RECOGNITION AND MANAGEMENT
All the settings corresponding to the LAN can be made starting from the settings menu and accessing (second row) the branch of LAN/serial configuration screens. All the parameters can be set on the MASTER unit only (that is, the unit with address 1), which automatically sends
any changes to all the other units in the network.
The network can have a maximum of 10 units and 11 terminals, one of which shared. Unit operation in the LAN network
is configured on unit 01.
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E22
Enable LAN:
enables the LAN function. YES / NO
No. of units in LAN: used to set how many units are connected to the LAN.
Average temperature: this function allows temperature control on the individual
units using the average temperature measured by the active
units connected to the pLAN. YES / NO
No. of units in STBY: sets how many units are in Standby.
Rotation hours:
this function is used to balance the operating hours of the units
connected in a pLAN network. Rotation is performed based on
the set time, expressed in hours, activating the unit with the
lowest address first. A maximum of 2 units can be set in standby
if there are more than 4 units connected in the pLAN network.
runs the test to verify the exact operation of the rotation function.
Rotation test:
Pag. 2
E23
Used to set the pLAN Support set points.
E24
E25
Page 3
Each alarm can be configured to perform an action on the LAN.
0. No action
1. Add unit to network.
2. Switch unit off and switch on another in the network.
3. Switch off all the units in the network.
Page 4
See the paragraph on “LAN - local network”
NB: For each pCO controller can be connected to two user terminals one private and one shared, the user terminal can be directly connected to the card pCO on the connector RJ12 phone or through a derivative. In the network there can be at most one shared terminal
with address 32. The shared terminal is able to connect to all the controllers present in pCO network plans, to move from one address to
another, simply press the keys simultaneously ESC + ALARM. In any mask of view, you can see which is the address of a controller connected by simultaneously pressing the keys UP + DOWN for 5 seconds.
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SPECIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE LAN NETWORK
MANAGEMENT OF AVERAGE TEMPERATURE AND
If the rotation time is set to zero, from that time on rotation will
HUMIDITY
no longer be performed, consequently the same unit remains in
When the units are connected in a LAN this network connection
standby, and is only activated in the event of faults and alarms, as
can be exploited to have them operate based on the average tem-
described in the following paragraphs. As regards the differentials,
perature and humidity of all the readings made on the active units
these coincide with the values set for normal control.
(that is, fan operating) without alarms.
Alarm management
Calculation of the average
The network may be disconnected due to one of the fol-
The average is calculated by the MASTER unit (that is, the unit
lowing situations:
with pLAN address 1) only if control based on the average values
• fault with the PCO LAN board (integrated inside the
has been enabled on the user terminal.
PCO board: in this case, the entire board needs to be
The MASTER unit, to perform this calculation, receives the ambi-
replaced);
ent temperature and humidity values read by the probes on all
the units connected in a LAN, calculates the average and then
• detachment of the connection cable from the PCO
LAN board;
sends the resulting value to all the units.
• power down of the unit or the PCO board;
The average temperature and humidity is only calculated on the
• breakage of the cable at a point between two units
readings from the units that:
There are two possible situations:
• are not in standby (if the rotation of the standby unit is enabled);
• one or more units are no longer visible;
• do not have a serious alarm (see the following paragraphs);
• lthe network is broken into one (or more) branches
• have not been switched off from the user terminal.
Each unit constantly receives information on the status
(that is, the visibility) of all the other units that should
Enabling the use of the average reading
theoretically be connected to the network (based on the
The use of the average temperature and humidity value for con-
number of units in the LAN set on the user terminal).
trol is only enabled if:
Each unit can therefore detect any disconnections. When
• the function is enabled;
a unit detects a disconnection in the LAN, the following
• there are no problems in the LAN connection between the units.
occur:
When problems are detected in the LAN, the unit immediately dis-
• signal on the main screen;
ables control based on the average values and works with the local
• the unit is started if in standby;
values (that is, the values read by the probes on the unit itself).
• control based on average values disabled, if enabled;
• time count for the rotation of the standby unit suspended.
MANAGEMENT OF THE STANDBY UNIT
In an installation made up of units that are operating and units in
standby, the operating hours of the units will not be equal, as the
former will be operating for longer than the latter, which are off.
To overcome this problem the pLAN network can rotate the operation of the units, thus balancing the operating hours. In practice, rotation places a unit that is on in standby and starts the unit
that is in standby.
Management of the rotation function
The rotation of the standby unit is managed entirely by the unit
with address 1 (in this case, the MASTER, while all the others are
SLAVES) and is performed based on times, starting from the unit
with the lowest address, that is, the unit with address 1, and then
progressively incrementing the address... Two standby units can be
set, however only if there are at least four units connected in the
LAN; in this case, the rotation of the units in standby starts with
the first two (addresses 1 and 2), then the second two (2 and 3)
and so on…
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CONNECTION TO THE REMOTE TERMINAL FROM THE BOARD
This configuration requires:
1. the use of two 'T' shunts: one fitted on the unit and one near
the remote terminal;
2. the use of the 3x2 shielded cable, so that the power to the remote terminal is also supplied by the board on unit 1, connected using the 'T' shunt;
3. near the terminal, insert the ferrite to reduce any electromagnetic disturbance.
Remote terminal no. 32
J17
Board no. 1
J11
Three-pair cable
pairs with 6-pin
telephone connector.
Three-pair shielded cable: 3 x 2 x
AWG 24 (six lead cable with
shield and twisted pairs, AWG24,
resistance < 80ohm/M). Remote
terminal no. 32 Board no. 1 Term.
Term. no. 11
Maximum distance between terminal/board: 200 m
Connections for the 2 x 2 x AWG 24 CABLE
(for connecting the remote terminal: without transferring
the power supply)
terminal
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
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function
cable connections
Earth
+ VRL ≈ 30Vcc
Gnd
Rx/Tx Rx/Tx +
Gnd
+ VRL ≈ 30Vcc
shield
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First pair
Second pair
Second pair
First pair
FERRITE
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
The electrical connections must be completed when the units are
If both the jumpers are installed between 2 and 3 the flow of cur-
off and disconnected from the power supply. The network can
rent is interrupted between the connectors separated by the
have different configurations, according to the maximum distance
dashed line.
of the connections between the boards and the remote terminal;
If power is required on all the connectors, both the jumpers must
for the connections between the remote terminal and the main
be installed between 1 and 2.
board, a 'T' shunt may be required, as shown in the drawing.
Terminal 0 is an auxiliary terminal and can be used to earth the
shield of the cable; the 'T' shunt must in any case be connected to
Terminals
a metallic part of the unit that is already earthed.
MAXIMUM DISTANCE BETWEEN THE TERMINAL
AND THE BOARD
A
B
C
1 For local terminals the connection to the main board is already
made using a 3-pair cable and 6-pin telephone connector. The
length of this cable generally does not exceed 3 metres.
123 123
2 The remote terminals can be connected to the main board using the type of telephone cable described in point 1, with a
pin-strip
maximum distance of 50 metres.
3 For greater distances, up to a maximum of 200 metres, a shield-
terminal
function
ed cable must be used (six lead cable with shield and twisted
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
Earth (shield)
+VRL ≈ 30Vcc
Gnd
Rx/TxRx/Tx+
Gnd
+VRL ≈ 30Vcc
pairs, AWG24, resistance < 80 ohm/M). The cable may have 3
or 2 pairs, depending on whether the power needs to be supplied to the terminals. The cable is not supplied by CLIMAVENETA.
AWG 24 cables with two twisted pairs plus shield, such as the
Belden 8723 or 8102, and AWG 24 cables with three twisted
pairs plus shield, Belden 8103 or similar, are recommended.
DISPLAYING THE NETWORK FROM THE TERMINAL
From any terminal in the network, holding the UP + ENTER +
In the example, the network is made up of 3 LAN boards with ad-
DOWN buttons for at least 10 seconds, will display the << Net-
dresses 1, 2, 3, and 4 user terminals with addresses 11, 12, 13 and
STAT >> screen ( see Fig. 2).
32.
The NetSTAT screen shows all the LAN boards and all the terminals connected in the network, including the shared remote terminal, with the corresponding addresses.
board with address 3
board
terminal
fig. 2
NetSTAT
T:11
Enter
To Exit
1
9
17
25
terminal with address 11
8
16
24
32
terminal with address 32
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SERIAL BOARDS AND SUPERVISORY SYSTEM
NB: this part is not intended to go into detail on the various versions
The interfacing and sharing of the control variables with such sys-
and options available in the CLIMAVENETA range as regards supervi-
tems can be performed using serial boards/interfaces that are
sory systems, a topic that will be dealt with in a special manual.
compatible with the BMS that the variables should be exchanged
Rather, the purpose is to provide a rapid indication of the operations
with.
to be performed on the unit software by setting parameters from
Consequently, the various OPTIONS that can be ordered when
the user terminal so as to activate the database on the controller.
purchasing the unit (and can also be supplied subsequently) include the following serial interface boards:
Therefore below is a short list of the operations to be carried
out for the management of a serial interface board, in particular:
- CLOCK
board used for identifying alarm events by
1) Options and serial boards currently available
time. The clock board MUST NOT be instal
2) Installation
led in the same SLOT as the serial boards
3) Configuration of the software from the terminal
4) Configuration / Physical development of the serial net-
listed below
- RS485
work
for dialogue with protocols: CAREL and
MODBUS
- RS232
for dialogue with protocol RS232
1) Options and serial boards currently available
- BACNET
for dialogue with protocol: BACNET
Currently CLIMAVENETA offers the market a series of serial in-
- ETHERNET
for dialogue with protocols: SNMP and
terfaces that allow the ACCURATE precision air-conditioners to
share their control variables with local or remote BMS (Building
TCP/IP- LON
for dialogue with protocol: LON
Management Systems), both proprietary systems and those more
commonly found on the market today.
CLOCK BOARD
RS485 - MODBUS SERIAL CARD
ETHERNET / BACNET SERIAL CARD
RS232 SERIAL CARD
LON SERIAL CARD
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ALARMS (TROUBLESHOOTING)
Alarm
Description
Configuration alarm
Solution
No user action possible.
Contact Service
Check status on site.
Devices switched off
Signal only
Stops operation of the unit
Outlet fan flow alarm.
Check status on site.
Reset if possible.
Check status on site.
Reset if possible.
Check operation on site.
Outlet fan thermal overload alarm.
Check operation on site.
Stops operation of the unit
Blackout/incorrect phase sequence
alarm.
High pressure alarm from digital input /
analogue input.
Low pressure alarm.
Check operation on site.
Check operation on site.
Stops operation of the compressor, condenser fan and heater.
Stops operation of the compressor
Check operation on site.
Stops operation of the compressor
Compressor alarm on air-conditioner 1
and 2
Compressor alarm on air-conditioner 2
Check operation on site.
Stops operation of the unit
Check operation on site.
Stops operation of the unit
Compressor alarm on air-conditioner 1
Check operation on site.
Stops operation of the unit
Condenser fan thermal overload alarm
Check operation on site.
Stops operation of the unit
Heater alarm
Check operation of the safety thermostat on site. Stops operation of the unit
Contact Service if necessary
Signal only
Clean the filters.
Change of filters
Check correct closing of the damper or incorrect Signal only
activation of the heater.
Fire/smoke/flood alarm
Fire/smoke alarm.
Flood alarm
Blocked filter alarm
Damper alarm.
Stops operation of the unit
Stops operation of the unit
Stops operation of the unit
EPROM alarm
Check operation of the buffer memory on site.
Signal only
Room temperature probe alarm.
Check probe connections.
Stops operation of the unit
Outside temperature probe alarm.
Check probe connections.
Freecooling
Outlet temperature probe alarm
Check probe connections.
Compressor
Room humidity probe alarm.
Check probe connections.
Signal only
Condensing pressure probe alarm
Check probe connections.
Signal only
LAN disconnected alarm.
Check LAN network or unit power supply con- Signal only
nection.
Maximum room temperature alarm
Check the temperature and unit status on site.
Signal only
High room temperature alarm.
Check the temperature and unit status on site.
Signal only
Low room temperature alarm.
Check the temperature and unit status on site.
Signal only
High room humidity alarm.
Check the temperature and unit status on site.
Signal only
Low room humidity alarm
Check the temperature and unit status on site.
Signal only
Room thermostat alarm.
Contact open, check on site.
Signal only
Auxiliary alarm.
Contact open, check on site.
Signal only
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Alarm
Description
Clock alarm
Solution
Clock board not working. Check on site.
Devices switched off
Signal only
Compressor maintenance.
Compressor operating hours exceeded.
Signal only
Outlet fan maintenance.
Check operation on site.
Stops the fan
Condenser fan maintenance.
Check operation on site.
Stops the fan
Compressor maintenance, air-conditioner 1 and 2.
Compressor maintenance, air-conditioner 2.
Compressor maintenance, air-conditioner 1.
Maintenance on air-conditioner 1 and 2
outlet fan
Maintenance on air-conditioner 2 outlet
fan
Maintenance on air-conditioner 1 outlet
fan
Check operation on site.
Stops the compressor + outdoor fan
Check operation on site.
Stops the compressor + outdoor fan
Check operation on site.
Stops the compressor + outdoor fan
Check operation on site.
Stops the fan
Check operation on site.
Stops the fan
Check operation on site.
Stops the fan
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
The fan doesn’t start
CAUSE
No DC power supply
SOLUTION
Check the DC power supply
Check the circuit breaker
The compressor doesn’t
start
External main switch “off”
Switch “On”
PLC fault
Contact the service centre
Fan fault
Contact the service centre
No AC power supply
Check the AC power supply
Check the circuit breaker
Insufficient
FREECOOLING capacity
Mesh filter blocked
Clean the filter
Insufficient cooling
capacity
Inside air flow blocked
Remove the obstacles
Outside air flow blocked
Remove the obstacles
Contact between metallic bodies
Check
Loose screws
Tighten the screws
Noise and vibrations
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OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS
SWITCHING ON AND OFF
To switch the unit on and off use the disconnect switch QS1.
When switching on, the compressor oil heater is powered
and the electronic board goes to standby.
In the event of temporary power failures, when power returns, the mode set previously will be stored in the memory.
COMPRESSOR ACTIVATION
Two functions prevent the compressor from starting:
- Minimum time since last stopping: 180 seconds
- Minimum time since last starting: 300 seconds
EXTENDED SHUTDOWN
After having deactivated the condensing unit:
- Deactivate the indoor unit, moving the unit switch to the
“OFF" position.
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
Regular maintenance is fundamental to ensure efficient operation of the unit and energy consumption.
Technical Service must follow an annual maintenance plan,
which includes the following operations and check:
- Charge gas
- Correct operation of the safety devices;
- Power supply
- Power input.
- Electrical and refrigerant connections.
- Condition of the compressor contactor;
- Operating pressure, heating and cooling function
- Correct operation of the compressor heater
- Cleaning of the finned coil
- Cleaning of the fan grills
- Cleaning of the condensate drain
For units installed near the sea, the maintenance intervals should be halved.
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SPECIAL MAINTENANCE
REFRIGERANT GAS CONTENT
The units are charged with gas and tested in the factory, to
identify the type of refrigerant see the rating plate on the
unit.
In normal conditions, there should be no need for the
Technical Service to intervene to check the refrigerant gas.
However, over time, small leaks may develop at the joints
leading to loss of refrigerant and emptying of the circuit,
causing the unit to function poorly.
In this case, the leaks of refrigerant must be identified and
repaired and the refrigerant circuit recharged, in compliance with national legislation in force on substances that
are harmful to the ozone layer.
For the HED-HCAT models, use special equipment for the
refrigerant collection, so as to protect the environment.
Proceed as follows:
- Empty and dry the entire refrigerant circuit using a vacuum pump connected to the low and high pressure tap until the vacuometer reads about 10 Pa.
Wait a couple of minutes and check that this value does
not rise to more than 50 Pa.
- Connect the refrigerant gas cylinder to the low pressure
line.
- Fill with the quantity of refrigerant gas indicated on the
unit’s rating plate.
- Always check the superheat and subcooling values.
- After a couple of hors of operation, check that the liquid
indicator indicates the circuit is dry.
In the event of partial leaks (R410A gas), the
circuit must be completely emptied before being
recharged
The HED-HCAT units must be charged in
the liquid phase.
Operating conditions other than rated conditions may produce considerably different values.
The refrigerant circuit must not be charged with a
refrigerant other than that indicated.
The use of a different refrigerant may cause serious
damage to the compressor.
Oxygen, acetylene or other inflammable or
poisonous gases must never be used in the refrigerant circuit as they may cause explosion or intoxication.
Oils other than those indicated must not be used.
The use of a different oil may cause serious damage
to the compressor.
DISPOSAL
INFORMATION ON THE CORRECT DISPOSAL OF THE PRODUCT IN COMPLIANCE WITH EUROPEAN DIRECTIVE
2002/96/EC
At the end of its working life, the product must not be disposed as municipal waste.
It must be collected by specific local waste collection authorities and segregated in the waste collection centre or
by the reseller who provides this service.
The separate disposal of an electrical appliance avoids possible negative effects on human health and on the environment due to improper disposal and allows the recovery of
materials and consequently significant savings in energy and
resources.
To highlight the need to dispose of electrical appliances
separately, the product has been labelled with the crossedout wheeled bin symbol.
CONDENSATE DRAIN
The condensate is removed from the pan located underneath the coil through a hose with drain trap, already fitted
in the unit; the end of the hose should be connected to the
sewerage system in the building via a rubber or plastic hose with an inside diameter of 20 mm.
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During installation, pour water into the condensate collection pan so as to fill the drain trap inside the unit with water.
COD. C01002483F_V1_00
Climaveneta S.p.A.
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Italy
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Spain
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China
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Poland
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[email protected]
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