Air Handling Units Danvent DV With control system

Air Handling Units Danvent DV With control system
May2015
AirHandlingUnits
DanventDV
Withcontrolsystem
GB
UserManual
Transport,installation,startͲupandmaintenance
Version1.01.06
MasterversionfortranslatedUserManuals
Originalversionforthisairhandlingunit
Thismanualhaspartnumber90925372
Detailedtableofcontentsonthefollowingpages
Generaldescription
a. Manufacturer
b. Nameofmachines
c. DeclarationofconformityͲexample
d. Generaldescriptions,dangersandwarnings
e. Drawings,diagrams,guidesandinstructionsforuse,maintenance,repairs
f. Employeesinchargeofoperation/control/maintenance
g. Intendeduseandapplications
h. Unintendeduseandmisuse–inappropriateapplicationsforthemachine
Installation
i. Instructionsforunloadingonthesite,installationandconnection
j. Installationandassemblyinstructionsforreductionofnoiseandvibrations
StartͲup,adjustmentsandoperation
k. StartͲup,adjustments,useandcommissioning
l. Residualrisksthatremain
m. Instructionsontheprotectivemeasuresduringrepairandmaintenance
n. Toolswhichmaybefittedtothemachinery
Machinestability
o. Stabilityduringuse,transportation,assembly,dismantlingwhenoutofservice
p. Machinerywheretheseareregularlytobetransported
Breakdown
q. Operatingmethodintheeventofbreakdown.Saferestart.
Maintenance
r. Adjustmentandmaintenanceoperations
s. Adjustmentsandmaintenancetobecarriedoutsafely
t. Sparepartstobeused,whentheseaffecthealthandsafety
Noise
u. Informationonairbornenoiseemissionsexceeding70dB(A)2
Annexes
1. Declarationofconformitywithproductionnumber(inseparatecover)
2. Technicaldata–uniquedataforeveryunit(inseparatecover)
3. Sparepartlist(inseparatecover)
4. Assemblyofbaseframe–height150mmforunitsizes10–40
5. Assemblyofbaseframe–height150mmforunitsizes50–150
6. Assemblyofbaseframe–height250mmforunitsizes10–0
7. Assemblyofbaseframe–height250mmforunitsizes50–150
8. Installationofsteelroofinthesizes10Ͳ150
9. Rotaryexchanger–speedcontrolandassemblyofdividedrotor
10. Internalcontrollerinthecoolingcompressorunits–DVUandDVUͲC
11. MenuforinternalcontrollerinthecoolingcompressorunitsͲDVUandDVUͲC
12. ConnectionoffanmotorandsetͲupmanualforDanfossVLTFC101frequencyconverter
13. Commissioningprotocol–proposal(inseparatecover)
14. ReportwithdatafromfinalfunctionaltestontheSystemairfactory(inseparatecover)
15. Shortdescriptionofmaincomponentsinthecontrolsystem
16. Wiringdiagram
17. Operator’sguide(howtousetheSystemaircontrolpanel)(inseparatecover)
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Contents
A.MANUFACTURER
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B.NAMEOFMACHINES
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C.DECLARATIONOFCONFORMITYǦEXAMPLE
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D.GENERALDESCRIPTIONS,DANGERSANDWARNINGS
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d.1Overviewviapictogramsontheinspectionsideoftheunit
d.1.1Wherearepictogramsplacedontheunits
d.1.2CElabel–exampleforDVunit
d.1.3CElabel–exampleforTIMEunit
d.1.4PictogramonadoorforafaninaDVunit
d.1.5PictogramonadoorforafaninaTIMEunit
d.1.6Pictogramsforallavailablefunctionsintheunits
d.1.7Pictogramsaboutwarningsanddangersontheunits
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d.2Dataabouttheunitaccordingtocardsandlabelsinandontheunit
d.2.1Machinecardwithuniquedataoneveryunit
d.2.2Labelwithdataaboutthecabinet
d.2.3Flowchart–exampleofthelabelplacedonorwiththecabinet
d.2.4Symbolsintheflowchartandexplanationaboutthesymbols.
d.2.5Exampleoflabelplacedonorwiththecabinet–Terminalplanforexternal
components
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d.3Handterminal(optionalforDVunits–alwaysstandardforTIMEunits)
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d.4Dimensionsoftheunits–selectedexamples.
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d.5Ordinaryautomaticallyoperation–onlymanualoperationbynewparameters.
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d.6Warningsaboutdangers
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E.DRAWINGS,DIAGRAMS,GUIDESANDINSTRUCTIONSFORTHEUSE,MAINTENANCE
ANDREPAIR
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F.EMPLOYEESINCHARGEOFOPERATION/CONTROL/MAINTENANCE
f1.Employeesthattakecareofordinaryoperation
G.INTENDEDUSEANDRANGEOFAPPLICATIONS
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H.UNINTENDEDUSEANDMISUSE–INAPPROPRIATEAPPLICATIONSFORTHEMACHINE
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h.1Airhandlingunitinoperation
I.INSTRUCTIONSFORUNLOADINGONTHESITEASWELLASINSTALLATIONAND
CONNECTION
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i.1.Unloadingonthesite
i.1.1UnloadingbyforkͲlifttruck
i.1.2Unloadingbycrane
i.1.3Transportofunitwithoutbaseframeonthesite
i.1.4Liftingaunitwithstraps
i.1.5Liftingaunitwithpreinstalledbracketsonthebaseframeforlifting.
i.1.6Roofunitwithbitumenroof
i.1.7Roofunitwithsteelroof
i.1.8PreͲassemblystorage
i.1.9Tiltlessthan30ȗduringtransportationofthesectionwithcoolingcompressor–DVUorDVUͲC
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i.2.InstallationͲmechanical
i.2.1Freeareainfrontofandabovetheunit
i.2.2Supportingsurface
i.2.3Adjustablefeetunderlegsorbaseframeandtransportofsections
i.2.4Baseframeassembly
i.2.5Baseframesforoutdoorunits
i.2.6Installationonthesiteofunitsectionsatthebaseframewhensectionsaredeliveredonpallets.
i.2.7JoiningtheAHUsections
i.2.8Fittingtheductwork
i.2.9Riskofstackeffectbyverticalductsandwindpressureonlouvers
i.2.10Refittingofguards
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i.3.InstallationͲelectrical
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i.3.1Description
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i.3.2Wiringdiagrams
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i.3.2.1TIMEunitsͲlabelsonthecabinetnexttothesupplyfan
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i.3.2.2DVunits–labelsonorwiththecabinet
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i.3.3Installationofmainspowersupply
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i.3.3.1NecessarymainspowersupplyforTIMEunitswithecmotorsandwithoutDVU
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i.3.3.2NecessarymainspowersupplyforDVunitswithcabinet/controlsystem
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i.3.3.3Necessaryovervoltageprotectiondevice,thatleadslightningovervoltagetoanearthleadonasafe
way.
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i.3.4Electricalconnectionofcomponentsandfunctions
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i.3.4.1ConnectionoftheSystemairControlPaneltotheCorrigoE28controller–softwareversion3.3 34
i.4Installation–Pipesforwater–hotandchilled,valvesanddrains
i.4.1Description
i.4.2Pipeconnections
i.4.3Possibilityofextractingcomponentsfromtheunit
i.4.4Pipeconnectionstobatteries
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i.4.4.1Heatingcoils
i.4.4.2Coolingcoils
i.4.4.3Rigidpipemountingbracketsforvalves,circulationpumpsandpipesystem
i.4.4.3.1Pipeconnectiontoheatingcoils
i.4.4.3.2Pipeconnectiontocoolingcoilsforchilledwater
i.4.4.3.3Valvemotorandvalveforheating
i.4.4.3.4Valvemotorandvalveforcooling
i.4.5Drainingcondensatewater
i.4.6Drainingcondensatewaterfromplateheatexchanger
i.4.7Drainingcondensatewaterfromcoolingbattery
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J.INSTALLATIONANDASSEMBLYINSTRUCTIONSFORREDUCTIONOFNOISEAND
VIBRATIONEMISSIONS
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K.INSTRUCTIONSFORPUTTINGINTOSERVICE,ADJUSTMENTS,USEAND
COMMISSIONING.
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k.1PrintͲoutsonpaper
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k.2Electronicmedia
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k.3Documentationisavailablefordownloadfromhttps://techdoc.systemair.dk
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k.4StartͲupbyinstaller
k.4.1Checklist,relevantvalues
k.4.1.1ChecklistpriortostartͲup
k.4.1.2Switchonpower
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K.5Adjustmentsanduse
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K.6Descriptionoffunctions
K.6.1Remotecontrol
k.6.1.1CommunicationWEBͲmaster(TCP/IPExoline)toPCandAndroidtelephone
k.6.1.2CommunicationtoBMSsystemswithMODBUS
k.6.1.3CommunicationtoBMSsystemswithLON
k.6.1.4CommunicationtoBMSsystemsviaBACnet
K.6.2Extendedoperationandexternalstart/stop(forexamplebypresencedetectors)
k.6.3Valveandvalvemotorforheatingcoil
k.6.4Valveandvalvemotorforcoolingcoil
k.6.5DXcooling
k.6.6Circulationpump,heating
k.6.7Firealarmfunction
k.6.7.1Externalfiresignalthatindicateblockorrun
k.6.7.2Externalfiresignal
k.6.7.3Twofirethermostats
k.6.7.4Onesmokedetectorinextractair
k.6.8EtoolͲconfigurationtool
k.6.9Electricalheaterbattery
k.6.9.1ControlofheatingcapacityconnectedtounitwithSystemaircontrolsystem
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k.6.9.2ControlofheatingcapacityconnectedtounitwithoutSystemaircontrolsystem
k.6.10Speedcontroloffans
k.6.10.1TIMEcontrolsystem–ECmotors
k.6.10.2DVcontrolsystemͲfrequencyconvertersinsidetheunitareIP20
k.6.10.3Pressuretransmitters
k.6.10.4CO2Ͳdependentairflow
k.6.10.5Humiditydependentairflow
k.6.11Cabinet
k.6.11.1IntegratedcabinetsinTIMEunits
k.6.11.2IntegratedcabinetinDVunitswithcontrolsystem
k.6.11.3CabinetplacedontheDVunitwithcontrolsystem
k.6.12Temperaturesensors
k.6.13Dampermotors
k.6.14Filterguards
k.6.15Roomtemperaturesensors
k.6.16Frostprotection
k.6.17SystemairControlPanelͲSCP
k.6.18Coolingrecovery
k.6.19Freecooling
k.6.20Alarmsignal
k.6.21Heatrecovery
k.6.22Frostprotection–plateheatexchanger
k.7Commissioning
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L.INFORMATIONABOUTTHERESIDUALRISKSTHATREMAINDESPITETHEINHERENT
SAFEDESIGNMEASURES,SAFEGUARDINGANDCOMPLEMENTARYPROTECTIVE
MEASURESADOPTED.
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l.1Unitcasing.
l.1.1.Designofthemachinetomaketransportsafe
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l.2Commonforallunitsections
l.2.1Riskcausedbysurfaces,edgesandcorners
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l.3Commonforallunitsectionsbyinsufficientlighting
l.3.1Riskcausedbyinsufficientlightinginsidesections
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l.4DamperstypeDVA–DVB–DVM–DVP–BypassdampersinDVQ
l.4.1Riskcausedbymaintenanceandcleaningofdampers
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l.5AttenuatorstypeDVD
l.5.1Riskcausedbymaintenanceandcleaningofattenuators
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l.6FilterstypeDVG–DVF
l.6.1Riskcausedbymissingchangeoffilters
l.6.2Riskcausedbytheexecutionoffilterchange
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l.7PlugfanstypeDVE
l.7.1Riskcausedbylightningstrike
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l.7.2.Riskcausedbypermanentmagnetmotor
l.7.3Riskofrotatingimpellercausedbystackeffect(chimneyeffect).
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l.8BatteriesforheatingandcoolingtypeDVR–DVH–DVK,coolingcompressor
l.8.1ExtremetemperaturesͲheating
l.8.2ExtremetemperaturesͲcooling
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l.9CoolingcompressorunitstypeDVU–DVUͲC
l.9.1Riskofhightemperature
l.9.2Riskcausedbylightningstrike
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M.INSTRUCTIONSONTHEPROTECTIVEMEASURESTOBETAKENBYALLSERVICE
TECHNICIANSDURINGREPAIRANDMAINTENANCE
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N.THEESSENTIALCHARACTERISTICSOFTOOLSWHICHMAYBEFITTEDTOTHE
MACHINERY
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O.THECONDITIONSOFSTABILITYDURINGUSE,TRANSPORTATION,ASSEMBLY,
DISMANTLINGWHENOUTOFSERVICE
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o.1Installedreliabletoavoidunitstobetiltedormovedbytheanystorm.
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o.2Transportofsectionwithcoolingcompressorunit
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o.3DisposalofthecoolingcompressorsystemͲtypeDVUandDVUͲC
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o.4Genereldisassembly–sharpedges
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P.INSTRUCTIONSFORMACHINERYWHERETHESEAREREGULARLYTOBE
TRANSPORTED
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Q.THEOPERATINGMETHODTOBEFOLLOWEDINTHEEVENTOFBREAKDOWN.SAFE
RESTART.
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R.ADJUSTMENTANDMAINTENANCEOPERATIONS
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r.1Shutdownoftheunittoasafestate.
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r.2Recommendedmaintenanceintervals
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r.3.Filters–sizesandnumbers
r.3.1Bagfilters
r.3.2Panelfilters
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r.4.ChangingtheInternalBatteryinthecontroller
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r.5Otherfunctionstomaintain
r.5.1Theunit
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r.5.2Dampers
r.5.3RotaryheatexchangerDVC
r.5.3.1Rotor
r.5.3.2Motorandbeltdrive
r.5.4Crossflowandcounterflowexchanger
r.5.4.1ByͲpassdamper
r.5.4.2Condensatewaterdrain
r.5.5RunͲaroundheatexchangerDVR
r.5.5.1Pumpandpressureexpansion
r.5.5.2Condensatewaterdrain
r.5.6HeatingcoilDVH,coolingcoilDVKandchangeovercoilDVHK
r.5.6.1Heatingbattery
r.5.6.2Coolingbattery
r.5.6.3Electericheatingbattery
r.5.7PlugfansDVE
r.5.7.1Motor
r.5.8SilencerDVD
r.5.9OutdoorairsectionDVY
r.5.10Heatpumpunit–DVUͲHP
S.INSTRUCTIONSDESIGNEDTOENABLEADJUSTMENTANDMAINTENANCETOBE
CARRIEDOUTSAFELY,INCLUDINGTHEPROTECTIVEMEASURESTHATSHOULDBE
TAKENDURINGTHESEOPERATIONS
s.1.Protectivemeasuresandadditionalprotectivemeasures
s.1.1NecessaryprotectionmeasurespriortostartͲup.
s.1.1.1Designofprotectionmeasures
s.1.1.2Configurationoffrequencyconverterswithinstalledguard
s.1.2Safeadjustmentandmaintenance
s.1.3Personalprotectiveequipmentformaintenancestaff–healthandsafety
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T.THESPECIFICATIONSOFTHESPAREPARTSTOBEUSED,WHENTHESEAFFECTTHE
HEALTHANDSAFETYOFOPERATORS
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t.1SparepartsͲMechanical
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t.2SparepartsͲElectrical
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U.INFORMATIONONAIRBORNENOISEEMISSIONSEXCEEDING70DB(A)
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OVERVIEWOFANNEXES
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Annex1Declarationofconformitywithuniqueproductionnumber.
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Annex2Technicaldata–uniquedataforeveryunit
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Annex3sparepartlists
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Annex4Assemblebaseframes–height150mmforunitsinthesizes10Ͳ40
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Annex5Assemblebaseframes–height150mmforunitsinthesizes50Ͳ150
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Annex6Assemblebaseframes–height250mmforunitsinthesizes10Ͳ40
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Annex7Assemblebaseframes–height250mmforunitsinthesizes50Ͳ150
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Annex8Installationofsteelroofinthesizes10Ͳ150
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Annex9Rotaryexchanger–speedcontrolandassemblyofdividedrotor
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Annex10Heatpumpunit–DVUͲHP
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Annex11Menuforinternalcontrollerintheheatpumpunit
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Annex12ConnectionoffanmotorandsetͲupmanualforDanfossVLTFC101frequencyconverter
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Annex13Commissioningprotocol–proposal(receiptforhandͲover)
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Annex14ReportwithdatafromthefinalfunctionaltestontheSystemairfactory
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Annex15Shortdescriptionofmaincomponentsincontrolsystem
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Annex16Wiringdiagram
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Annex17Operator’sguide(howtousetheSystemaircontrolpanel)
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ASSEMBLEBASEFRAMES–HEIGHT150MMFORUNITSSIZES10Ǧ40
4.1Baseframelength720–2420[mm]Unitsize10Ͳ40
4.2Baseframelength2420–4590[mm]Unitsize10Ͳ40
4.3Baseframelength4590–6200[mm]Unitsize10Ͳ40
ASSEMBLEBASEFRAMES–HEIGHT250MMFORUNITSSIZES10Ǧ40
6.1Baseframelength720–2420[mm]Unitsize10Ͳ40
6.2Baseframelength2420–4590[mm]Unitsize10Ͳ40
6.3Baseframelength4590–6200[mm]Unitsize10Ͳ40
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ASSEMBLEBASEFRAMES–HEIGHT250MMFORUNITSSIZES50Ǧ150 7—1
7.1Baseframelength720–2420[mm]Unitsize50Ͳ150
7.2Baseframelength2420–4590[mm]Unitsize50Ͳ150
7.3Baseframelength4590–6200[mm]Unitsize50Ͳ150
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4—3
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ASSEMBLEBASEFRAMES–HEIGHT150MMFORUNITSSIZES50Ǧ150 5—1
5.1Baseframelength720–2420[mm]Unitsize50ͲDV150
5.2Baseframelength2420–4590[mm]Unitsize50Ͳ150
5.3Baseframelength4590–6200[mm]Unitsize50Ͳ150
4—1
INSTALLATIONOFSTEELROOFINTHESIZES10Ǧ150
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8.1Overview
8.2Mountrails.Unitsofsize10,15,20,and25
8.3Mountrails.Unitsofsize30andunitslargerthansize30.
8.4Roofoverhangalongthelongsidesoftheunit
8.5Calculationoftheoverhangattheendsoftheunit.Mountoverhangprofile–G1.
8.6Foambandsbetweenrailsandroofplates–mountroofplates.
8.7Foambandsbetweenroofplates
8.8Mountroofplates–someofthemareoverlappingby2ribs
8.9Mountoverhangprofile–G5ontheotherendoftheunit.
8.10Mountsideprofilesandcornersalongtheedgesoftherooftoprotectpersons
8.11Applysealingonplatejointstoensurewaterresistance.
SPEEDCONTROLFORROTORANDASSEMBLYOFDIVIDEDROTOR
9.1Speedcontrol
9.1.1Selectionofcorrectsignalviathe4DIPswitchlevers
9.1.2IndicationofoperationmodeviaredandgreenLEDaswellastestofmotor
9.1.3Copyofthelabelwithinformationaboutconnectionofcables
9.2AssembletheSystemaircasingforDV60,DV80,DV100,DV120ogDV150
9.3AssembledividedrotorforDV60,DV80,DV100,DV120ogDV150
9.4AssembledividedrotorforDV190ogDV240
9.5Installationofmotorthatturnsrotorandsensorforrotation
REVERSIBLEHEATPUMPUNITFORCOOLINGANDHEATING
10.1DVUͲHPsection(reversibleheatpumpunit)
10.1.1DVUͲHP–Heatpumpcircuit
10.1.2DVUͲHPͲElectricaldocumentation
10.1.3Controlsignals
10.2DVUͲHPͲinternalcontrollerforthecompressorsystem
10.3Backgroundilluminationofthedisplay
10.4Menu–drawingofthemenustructuretoguidetheuser
10.5Thestartdisplay,Mainmenu
10.6Settings
10.7Service
10.8Manualoperation
10.8.1Runninghours
10.9Alarm
10.9.1Alarm
10.9.2AlarmLog
10.9.3Alarmreset
10.10Maintenance
10.11DVUͲHPͲData
10.12Dataplate
MENUFORINTERNALCONTROLLERINTHEDVUǦHP
CONNECTIONOFFANMOTORANDSETǦUPFORFREKV.CONV.
12.1Connectionoffanmotor
12.2SetͲupforDanfossFC101forDVͲunitswithACmotors
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12.3ACͲfanoperationwithoutthermistorforDanfossFC101.
12.4SetͲupDanfossFC101forDVͲunitswithPMmotors
COMMISSIONING
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TESTREPORT
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COMPONENTS
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15.1DVunitsdeliveredinseveralsections
Externalcomponents
15.2DVunitdeliveredassembledonbaseframe
Externalcomponents
WIRINGDIAGRAM
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a.Manufacturer
ThisUserManualcoversallairhandlingunitswithcontrolsystemdeliveredbySystemairA/S.
Manufacturerandsupplierdata:
SystemairA/S
VedMilepælen7
DKͲ8361Hasselager
Responsiblefordocumentation:UlfBang
b.Nameofmachines
ThismanualisaboutSystemairairhandlingunitswithcontrolsystemscalledDANVENTDV10,DANVENT
DV15,DANVENTDV20,DANVENTDV25,DANVENTDV30,DANVENTDV40,DANVENTDV50,DANVENT
DV60,DANVENTDV80,DANVENTDV100,DANVENTDV120,DANVENTDV150,DANVENTDV190og
DANVENTDV240.
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c.DeclarationofConformityǦexample
The manufacturer:
SystemairA/S
VedMilepælen7
DK - 8361 Hasselager
Hereby declares that, air handling units of the flowing types:
Deliveredwithcontrolsystem
DANVENT DV10, DANVENT DV15, DANVENT DV20, DANVENT DV25, DANVENT
DV30, DANVENT DV40, DANVENT DV50, DANVENT DV60, DANVENT DV80,
DANVENT DV100, DANVENT DV120, DANVENT DV150, DANVENT DV190 and
DANVENT DV240.
TIMEec 10, TIMEec 15, TIMEec 20, TIMEec 25, TIMEec 30, TIMEec 40
Serial No: ”YYMM-71800-X”
are manufactured and delivered in accordance with following directives:
Machinery directive
2006/42/EC
EMC – directive
2004/108/EC
Low voltage directive
2006/95/EC
Pressure equipment directive
97/23/EC
European Standard
EN378
Equipment type: DVU-series
Consisting of: Compressor, evaporator and condenser
VerificationandAssessmentby:
Notified Body Bureau VERITAS CE0041 for PED
Bureau VERITAS UK, “Parklands”, Wilmslow Road
Didsbury, Manchester M20 2RE
Module: A1
Certificate no: CE-0041-PEDA1-SYA-001-10-DNK
The declaration is only valid, if the installation of the air handling unit is carried out according to the
instructions delivered with the unit. The installer will be responsible for the CE marking and
documentation, if any construction or functional changes are applied to the air handling unit.
Hasselager 24. June 2013
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d.Generaldescriptions,dangersandwarnings
TIMEandDVairhandlingunitsareorderspecificmachinesavailableinthousandsofdifferent
configurations.Onlyafewexamplesofmachineconfigurationsaredescribedbelow.
TheairhandlingunitsareintendedforthetransportandtreatmentofairbetweenͲ40°Cand+40°C
Theunitsareexclusivelyforcomfortventilation.
Maintenanceoftheunitsmustbecarriedoutbyskilledtechnicians.
Onthedrawingbelow,arighthandunitisshownbecausetheinspectiondoorsaremountedontheright
handsideoftheunitwhenlookedindirectionofSUPPLYairflow.Theunitbelowiswithrotaryheat
exchanger.
Position Description
Symbol
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Connection,supplyair(totherooms)
B
Connection,exhaustair
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Connection,outdoorairin
D
Connection,extractair(fromtherooms)
d.1Overviewviapictogramsontheinspectionsideoftheunit
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Thisisarighthandunitbecausetheinspectiondoorsaremountedontherighthandsideoftheunitwhen
lookedindirectionofSUPPLYairflow.
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d.1.1Wherearepictogramsplacedontheunits
Example(Symbolsanddescriptionsoffunctionsforfastidentification)
Position Description
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TheCElabelandtheuniqueproductionnumberofthismachine
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Machinecard
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DamperͲsupplyair
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FilterͲsupplyair
Symbol
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FanͲsupplyair
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HeatingbatteryͲsupplyair
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FanͲextractair
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Rotaryheatexchanger
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Filter–extractair
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Damper–extractair
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3labels.OnelabelwithFlowchart,onelabelwithterminalplanforexternal
componentsandonelabellistingdataaboutthecabinet.Thelabelsareplaced
behindinspectiondoors,ifthecabinetwithcontrolsystemisinsidetheunit.
3labels.OnelabelwithFlowchart,onelabelwithterminalplanforexternal
componentsandonelabellistingdataaboutthecabinet.Thelabelsareplaced
onthecoverofthecabinet,ifthecabinetwithcontrolsystemisplacedonthe
topoforonthefrontoftheunit.
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d.1.2CElabel–exampleforDVunit
ThisisthemandatoryinformationsfortheCEmarkingwith;
Productname(inthisexampleDanventDV20,where20informs
aboutthesizeoftheunit),Productionnumberforthecomplete
unit(inthisexampleYYMMͲxxxxxͲx,whereYYMMinformsabout
yearandmonthforthemanufacture),xxxxxͲxistheunique
productionnumber.
d.1.3CElabel–exampleforTIMEunit
ThisisthemandatoryinformationsfortheCE
markingwith;
Productname(inthisexampleTIME40,where40informs
aboutthesizeoftheunit),Productionnumberforthe
completeunit(inthisexampleYYMMͲxxxxxͲ1,whereYYMM
informsaboutyearandmonthforthemanufacture),xxxxxͲ1
istheuniqueproductionnumber.
d.1.4PictogramonadoorforafaninaDVunit
Exampleofthepictogramwiththesymbolfor thefunctionͲ
fan,SystemairproductnameisDVEͲ20ͲBKwhere20informs
aboutthesizeoftheunitandBKisBackwardCurvedfan
blades,productionnumberforthecompleteunit(inthis
example73004Ͳ2)andthecustomer’snamefortheunit,
alwayswrittenafter–Plantno:____________
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d.1.5PictogramonadoorforafaninaTIMEunit
Exampleofthepictogramwiththesymbolforthefunction
Ͳfan,SystemairproductnameisthisexampleisͲFan
Supply,productionnumberforthecompleteunit(inthis
examplexxxxxͲ1)andthecustomer’snamefortheunit,
alwayswrittenafterͲPlantno:____________
d.1.6Pictogramsforallavailablefunctionsintheunits
Id
Description
Symbol
DVA
Damper
DVB
Damper
DVM
Damperformixing
DVP
Damperformixing
DVG
Panelfilter
DVF
Bagfilter
DVC
Rotaryheatexchanger
DVQ
Plateheatexchanger(crossflowandcounter
flow)
DVR
Runaroundheatexchanger
DVH
Heatingbattery
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DVK
Coolingbattery
DVU
Integratedcoolingwithcompressorunit
DVE
Plugfan
DVD
Silencer
DVX
Humidifier
d.1.7Pictogramsaboutwarningsanddangersontheunits
PictogramsaccordingtoEN1886about
Warningaboutdangerbyrotatingparts
Warningaboutdangerbyelectricity
Warningaboutdangerbyheat
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d.2Dataabouttheunitaccordingtocardsandlabelsinandontheunit
d.2.1Machinecardwithuniquedataoneveryunit
Anexampleofamachinecardisshownbelow.
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d.2.2Labelwithdataaboutthecabinet
SystemairA/S
Anexampleofthelabelthatisalways
placedonorwiththecabinet
Systemairdeclaresherebythatthe
cabinetisinconformitywith:
SBBLowvoltage
N60439Ͳ1
panels:
Electricalmaterialon
EN60204Ͳ1
machines:
EMCͲdirective
89/336/EOF
environment:
Diagramversion
DVver.2.11
Systemairorder
72800Ͳ1
number
Unitsize
DV10Ͳ150
Cabinetdata:
Systemground
TNͲS
Currenttype
AC
Frequence
50HZ
3*400
Ratedvoltage
V+N+PEVAC
Controlvoltage
24VDC
IKmax
6kA
IKmin
650A
Maxfuse
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Minfuse
10
Cablecolors:
Protectioncircuit
Green/yellow
230VACphase
Black
0VACneutral
Blue
24VDC
Grey
0VDC
Grey
Analog/digital
Grey
d.2.3Flowchart–exampleofthelabelplacedonorwiththecabinet
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d.2.4Symbolsintheflowchartandexplanationaboutthesymbols.
Id
Description
RX
TemperaturesensorͲ PT1000
Symbol
MX
DampermotorͲon/off
MX
Dampermotor–0Ͳ10V
BX
FilterguardͲdigital
PX
Pressuretransmitter– 0Ͳ10V
PX
Sensorforrelativehumidity – 0Ͳ10V
PX
SensorforCO2–0Ͳ10V
T110
Controllerforrotaryheatexchanger– 0Ͳ10V
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d.2.5Exampleoflabelplacedonorwiththecabinet–Terminalplanforexternal
components
d.3Handterminal(optionalforDVunits–alwaysstandardforTIMEunits)
Thehandterminalisdeliveredinacardboardboxcontainingtheotherexternalcomponents.This
cardboardboxisusually,butnotalways,placedinthesectionwiththesupplyairfan.TheOperator’sGuide
forthehandterminalistheannex17attachedtothis–UserManual.
1. ALARM:Pressforalarmlist
2. AlarmLED–redlightforalarm
3. LEDindicatingchangeofparameters
4. OK/ENTER
5. Pressforclear
6. Pressformoveofcurserinmenu
Important!AllLEDsonthehandterminalmustbeoffbeforestartupoftheunit.
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d.4Dimensionsoftheunits–selectedexamples.
Examplesondimensionsofselectedconfigurationsbelow.Otherconfigurationshaveotherdimensions.
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d.5Ordinaryautomaticallyoperation–onlymanualoperationbynew
parameters.
Theunitisoperatingfullyautomaticallyandmanualoperationincludesonlyselectionofnewparameters
viathebuttonsonthehandterminal.Thehandterminalisconnectedbyacabletothecontrollerinthe
cabinet.10metersofcableisdeliveredwiththeunitandthecustomerhasthepossibilitytoreplacethis
cablewithanidenticaltypeofcablethatisupto100meterslong.Thealternativeisthatthecontrolleris
connectedtoaBMSsystemwiththeabilitytoselectnewparametersviaPC,tablet,SmartPhoneormobile
phone.
d.6Warningsaboutdangers
PictogramsareaccordingtoEN1886about;
Warningaboutdangerbyrotating
parts
Warningaboutdangerbyelectricity
Warningaboutdangerbyheat
Disregardsofinstructionsshownon
warningsignsareconnectedbyriskfor
injuryordamageonmaterial.
e.Drawings,diagrams,guidesandinstructionsfortheuse,maintenance
andrepair
AllDVunitswithintegratedcontrolsystemandTIMEunitsaremanufacturedincompliancewiththeEC
DeclarationofConformityandtheyareCEmarkedasmachines.UniqueDeclarationwithproduction
numberofthemachineisanintegralpartofthemachine–enclosedasannex1tothismanual.Ifthe
buyercarriesoutchangesoraddscomponentsinoronthemachine,thebuyermustissueanewEC
DeclarationofConformityandanewCEmarkingofthemachine.Topromotecorrectuseofthemachines,
thebelowͲmentionedinstructionsareanintegralpartofthemachine:
x Uniquedrawings,dataanddescriptionoffunctionsforthedeliveredunit–annex2
x Wiringdiagrams–annex16
x Operator’sGuide–annex17
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x
x
x
Instructionsforuseofthemachine–sectionkinthismanual
Instructionsaboutadjustmentandmaintenance–sectionrinthismanual
Safetyduringadjustmentandmaintenance–sections
f.Employeesinchargeofoperation/control/maintenance
Theunitisabletooperatefullyautomaticallywhentheinstallerhasstarted,adjustedandhandedoverthe
faultlessunittothestaffthattakescareofoperation,controlandmaintenance.
f1.Employeesthattakecareofordinaryoperation
IndicationsofoperationstatusaswellasindicationoffaultsarevisibleinthedisplayandontheLED’sof
thehandterminal.Theemployeescanenternewparametersinthecontrollerviathebuttonsonthehand
terminal.ThealternativeisthatthecontrollerisconnectedtoaBMSsystemwiththeabilitytoselectnew
parametersviaPC,tablet,SmartPhoneormobilephone.
g.Intendeduseandrangeofapplications
TheairhandlingunitsareintendedforthetransportandtreatmentofairbetweenͲ40°Cand+40°C
Theunitsareexclusivelyforcomfortventilationandnotforairthatcausesseverecorrosiontogalvanized
steelandtocopperandaluminum.TheunitsarenotforenvironmentsthatexceedthecorrosionclassC4
accordingtoENISO12944Ͳ2.
Intendedapplicationsfortheunitsare:
Offices,teachingrooms,hotels,shops,homesandsimilarcomfortzones.
h.Unintendeduseandmisuse–inappropriateapplicationsforthe
machine
TheairhandlingunitsarenotsuitablefortransportofairwithriskofexplosionandwithExͲClassification.
DonotinstalltheunitsinExͲareasatall.
Donotinstallunitsoutdoorsunlesstheunitsareconstructedforoutdoorinstallation.Unitsnotsuitablefor
outdoorinstallationareunitswithoutroofandunitswithcabinetinstalledontheunit(thecabinetis
installedinsidetheunitforoutdoorinstallation).
TheunitsarenotforenvironmentsthatexceedthecorrosionclassC4accordingtoENISO12944Ͳ2,andthe
unitsarenotfortransportofsolidparticles.
Notintendedapplicationsfortheunitsare:
Kitchenextraction,swimmingpools,offͲshore,ExͲareas,dryingofwashedclothes.
Donotusetheunitwithpartlyfinishedductsystems.Donotusetheunitforventilationofthebuildingsite
untiltheunitisproperlyprovidedwithguards.
h.1Airhandlingunitinoperation
Thepressuredifferencebetweeninteriorandexterioroftheunitmustnotexceed2000PafortheDV10
anduptoDV150(includingDV150),and1500PaforDV190andDV240.
BeforestartͲupoftheunitallducts,guardsandallprotectivedevicesmustbemountedtopreventany
accesstorotatingfanimpellers.Allinspectiondoorsmustbeclosedandlockedwhentheunitisin
operation.
Donotusetheunitwithoutfilters.
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i.Instructionsforunloadingonthesiteaswellasinstallationand
connection
i.1.Unloadingonthesite
Theairhandlingunit–AHUͲisdeliveredasonesectionorinseveralsections,whicharetobeassembled
onsite.TheAHUisdeliveredontransportpallets,legsoronabaseframe.Loadingandunloadingaswellas
transportonthesiteispossiblebyforkͲlifttruckorbycraneusingsuitableliftingstraps.
i.1.1UnloadingbyforkǦlifttruck
TheforksofthetruckmustbesufficientlylongtoavoidanydamagetotheAHUunderside.
i.1.2Unloadingbycrane
AHUdeliveredontransportpalletmustbeliftedbystrapsasshownintheillustration.
AHUdeliveredwithlegsmustbeliftedbystrapssecuredtothelegsasshownintheillustration.
i.1.3Transportofunitwithoutbaseframeonthesite
Unitswithoutbaseframearealwaysdeliveredinsectionswitheachsectiononapallet.Sectionscanbe
transportedonthesitebyhandmanualforklifts.
i.1.4Liftingaunitwithstraps
Useanappropriateliftingbeamwithasufficientspantoavoidthatthestrapstouchanddamagethedrip
noseprofilesandtheinspectionsidewithhandles,pipesandaccessories–forexamplemanometers,
cabinets,tabsformeasuringthepressure.
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i.1.5Liftingaunitwithpreinstalledbracketsonthebaseframeforlifting.
Liftingbeamandstrapsarenotincludedinthedelivery.
i.1.6Roofunitwithbitumenroof
Avoiddamagingthedripnoseprofilesalongthebitumenroof.KeeptheprotectionprofilesofStyrofoam
ontheunituntiltheinstallationhasbeencompleted.Iftheunitisliftedbystraps,thestrapsmustbekept
awayfromthedripnoseprofilesbybarstoavoiddamagetoroofingprofiles.
i.1.7Roofunitwithsteelroof
Forunitswithsteelplateroof,thesteelplatesaredelivereduninstalledonaseparatepallet.Donotstepor
walkontheplates.
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i.1.8PreǦassemblystorage
TheAHUmustbeprotectedfromtheweatherandaccidentalimpact.Plasticpackagingmustberemoved
andtheunitcoveredwithtarpaulinorsimilarmaterials.Inordertominimizecondensation,sufficientair
circulationmustbeensuredbetweenthecoveringandtheunit.
i.1.9Tiltlessthan30Ǐduringtransportationofthesectionwithcoolingcompressor–
DVUorDVUǦC
Duringtransportation,theunitsectionͲDVUorDVUͲCͲmustalwaysbeintheuprightpositionortiltedless
than30ȗ.Ifitisnecessarytotilttheunitmorethan30ȗ,thesuctionpipeofthecompressormustpoint
upwardstopreventtheescapeofoilfromthecompressorsump.
i.2.InstallationǦmechanical
i.2.1Freeareainfrontofandabovetheunit
Important!Whenpositioningtheunitonthesite,itmustbeensuredthatanareawiththesamewidthas
theunitiskeptfreeforserviceandinspectionandalsoforreplacementoffansandexchanger,ifneeded.
Thewidthofthefreeareamustbeatleast900mm.
Important!Forsafeaccesstothecabinetwithelectricalcomponents,ifthecabinetisplacedontopofthe
unit,thefreeareafromtheupperedgeofthecabinettotheceilingmustbeatleast700mm.
i.2.2Supportingsurface
Thesurfacebeneaththeunitmustbelevel,horizontalandvibrationͲfree.Thesurfacemustbeableto
withstandtheloadoftheAHU.WeightsofthesectionsarewritteninAnnex2.
Remember!Ductworkmustbesoundinsulatedandmustnotbemounteddirectlyonbeams,trussesor
othercriticalbuildingparts.
i.2.3Adjustablefeetunderlegsorbaseframeandtransportofsections
Adjustablefeetareprovidedinacartonboxplacedinsidetheunit.Adjustablefeetaredeliveredforindoor
unitsandnotforoutdoorunits.
Sectionscanbetransportedonthesitebyhandmanualforkliftsorsimilar.Theframeprofilesintheedges
ofthesectionshavecarryingcapacityforliftingbythehandmanualforklifts.
i.2.4Baseframeassembly
Thebaseframeisdeliveredunassembledandhastobeassembledonthesitebeforeitispossibleto
positionandassemblethevarioussectionsoftheAHU.Assemblyofthebaseframeisillustratedon4pages
inamanualthatisalwaysinaplasticfolderandisattachedtooneofthelargebaseframeparts.This
manualisavailableonthesiteamongthebaseframeparts.
Therearetwotypesofbaseframes:
1. 150mmhighbaseframes
2. 250mmhighbaseframes
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Thereare4differentmanualsandeachofthemillustratestheassemblyofthe4differenttypesofbase
frames:
1. Manualaboutthe150mmhighbaseframesforAHUsinthesizesfromDV10toDV40.The
nameofthismanualis–Baseframe150DVZ10Ͳ40
2. Manualaboutthe150mmhighbaseframesforAHUsinthesizesfromDV50toDV150.The
nameofthemanualis–Baseframe150DVZ50Ͳ150
3. Manualaboutthe250mmhighbaseframesforAHUsinthesizesfromDV10toDV40.The
nameofthemanualis–Baseframe250DVZ10Ͳ40
4. Manualaboutthe250mmhighbaseframesforAHUsinthesizesfromDV50toDV150.The
nameofthemanualis–Baseframe250DVZ50Ͳ150
Exampleof150mmhighbaseframeforAHUsinthesizefromDV50toDV150
Mountadjustablefeetwithadistanceofmaximum1500mmbetweeneachfootunderthebaseframe.The
baseframecannowbelevelledbytheadjustablefeet.ThenextstepistoplaceandassembleAHUsections
onthebaseframe.
i.2.5Baseframesforoutdoorunits
Outdoorunitsmustbeinstalledon250mmhighbaseframesandarealwaysfittedtotheAHUsections.
HotͲdipgalvanizedbaseframesarerecommendedforoutdoorunits.Systemairdeliversthesebaseframes
withouttheabovementionedadjustablefeet.
i.2.6Installationonthesiteofunitsectionsatthebaseframewhensectionsare
deliveredonpallets.
Liftupthesectionbyhandmanualforkliftstothelevelwheretheundersideofthesectionisevenwiththe
oversideofthebaseframe.
1. Pullthesectiontothecorrectpositiononthebaseframebyliftingstraps–itismaybenecessaryto
supportthesectionbyheavydutyfurnituretrolleys(seethephotosbelow)
Exampleofheavydutyfurniture
trolleyturnedwiththewheels
upwards.Placedinthiswayon
theforksofthehandmanual
forkliftstheheavydutyfurniture
trolleysaresuitableforsafeand
carefulrollingoftheunit
sectionsovertothebaseframes.
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Exampleofveryheavyduty
furnituretrolleys.Turned
withthewheelsupwardsand
placedontheforksofhand
manualforkliftstheseheavy
dutyfurnituretrolleysare
verysuitableforsafeand
carefulrollingoftheunit
sectionsovertothebase
frames.
2. Pullsectionstogetherwithliftingstraps.Werecommendthebelowshowntypeofbrackets
becausethistypeisnotdamagingtheframeprofilesoftheunits.Anexampleofliftingstrapsis
shownbelow.
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3. SectionsaremountedtobaseframeswithlongselfͲdrillingscrews.Theframeprofileunderthe
inspectiondoorsisplacedoverthehorizontalprofileofthebaseframe.Seetheexampleonthe
photobelow.
i.2.7JoiningtheAHUsections
Thesectionsmustbeplacedonthebaseframeandiftheunitisdeliveredwith100mmlegs,thesections
mustbepositioneddirectlyoppositeeachother.
1. EnsurethattheinternalfactoryͲfittedrubbersealingisundamaged
2. Thesectionsarethentobepositioneddirectlyoppositeeachother.Ifthesectionsarebuiltwith
legs,theadjustablefeetcanbeusedtogetthesectionsparallelandatthesameheight.
3. Pressthesectionshardtogethersothattherubberprofilesaresoflatthattheironframesofthe
twosectionsarejoined.Strapswithtensionerasshownbelowaresuitableforpressingthesections
hardtogether.
4. ThesectionsarethentobelockedpermanentlytogetherwiththeblackplasticͲcoatedSystemair
DiscͲLocks.TheDiscͲLocksaredeliveredinacartonboxplacedinsidetheunit.PlaceeachDiscͲLock
overthe2factoryfittedlockingpins.Thediscsandlockingpinsarenotreliableforpullingthe
sectionstogether.Theyareonlysufficientforkeepingthesectionswelltogether,sojustturneach
discgentlywiththesuppliedAllenkey.Useasequencewhereeachdiscistightenedwithonlyone
clickatatime.Iftheunitisplacedtooclosetoawallwithnospaceleftforthemountingof
SystemairDiscͲLocks,bracketsmustbeplacedinsidetheunittokeepthesectionspermanently
together(bracketsforthispurposearenotdeliveredbySystemair)
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i.2.8Fittingtheductwork
FlexibleductconnectionsbetweenAHUandductworkmustalwaysbeinstalled.Besurethatflexibleduct
connectionsarealmostfullystretched.(Flexibleconnectionsareorderedasaccessoriesandtheyareplaced
insidetheunit).Atthefanoutletonacentrifugalfan,theductsizeshouldbeasclosetotheoutletsizeas
possible.Avoidblockageandturbulenceatthefanoutlet.
i.2.9Riskofstackeffectbyverticalductsandwindpressureonlouvers
Onspecialoccasionsstackeffect–alsocalledchimneyeffect–intheductscreateairflowsthatdrivesthe
impellersbyturnedoffmotors.
Arotatingimpellerisapotentialhazardduringcleaningandmaintenanceoftheunit.
EliminatethisairflowbydamperswithspringreturnmotorsforautomaticclosingofthedampersͲevenby
powerfailure.
Important!TheSystemairairhandlingunitscanbeorderedanddeliveredwithoutdampers,andthe
installer/usermustcheckthatductsystemswiththedescribedriskofstackeffect(chimneyeffect)willbe
providedwithdampersandspringreturnmotors.
i.2.10Refittingofguards
Theguardisasafetyguardinstalledinsidethedoor.Toolsarenecessaryfortheremovaloftheguard.Ifthe
guardhasbeendemountedduringtheinstallationonthesite,theguardmustberefittedbeforestartupof
theunit.
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Inserttheedgesoftheguardintheframeprofileinthegroovethatisintheframeprofile,andconnect
bothpartsoftheguardatthemiddlewith2screws.
Replacethevibrationdampingfoamrubberlistifitisdamaged.
i.3.InstallationǦelectrical
i.3.1Description
Thepositionofcomponentsisshownanddescribedinannex2.
Connectionstoterminalsareshowninthewiringdiagram–annex16.
Whencontrolofconstantpressureintheducts(alsocalleddemandcontrolledcapacity)isrequired,the
pressuretransmittersmustmeasureintheductsystematplaceswhereallpressurechangescanbe
registeredaccuratelyforreliablepressurecontrol.Thisplacementislefttothecustomer’sfreechoice.
Itisimportanttoachieveaconstantpressure–alsoforthemostfarawaydiffusers.
i.3.2Wiringdiagrams
Thewiringdiagramsareprintedinseparatemanualsdeliveredwiththeunitsasannex16.
Thewiringdiagramsarenotuniquefortheorderspecificunits,butitisstandardwiringdiagramswithdata
aboutallconfigurationsoftheunits.Herebythewiringdiagramswillinformaboutcomponentsthatarenot
orderedanddelivered.Seetheorderconfirmationandannex2withexactinformationabouttheaccessory
componentsthatareorderedanddelivered.
Thewiringdiagramincludes:
Generaldescription,Circuitdiagrams,Cabinetlayout,TerminalmatrixandCableplan.
ThewiringdiagramsareontheDVDdeliveredwitheveryunit.
i.3.2.1TIMEunitsͲlabelsonthecabinetnexttothesupplyfan
x
x
x
Labelwithdataaboutthecabinet–includingdataaboutfuses–seesectiond.2.2
Flowchart–seesectiond.2.3–standardandnotuniquefortheorderspecificunit
Labelwithterminalplanforexternalcomponents–seesectiond.2.5–standard,andnotuniquefor
theorderspecificunit
i.3.2.2DVunits–labelsonorwiththecabinet
x
x
x
Labelwithdataaboutthecabinet–includingdataaboutfuses–seesectiond.2.2
Flowchart–seesectiond.2.3–uniquefortheorderspecificunit–printedwiththeunique
productionnumberoftheunit
Labelwithterminalplanforexternalcomponents–seesectiond.2.5–standard,andnotuniquefor
theorderspecificunit
i.3.3Installationofmainspowersupply
AnAC/DCresidualcurrentdevicemustbeinstalledinthepowersupply.Thepowersupplyfortheunitsis
3*400V+N+PEͲ50Hz.Protectionoftheunitsinaccordancewiththelocalstatutoryrequirementsforthe
additionalprotectionofsystemswithfrequencyconverters.
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i.3.3.1NecessarymainspowersupplyforTIMEunitswithecmotorsandwithoutDVU
Necessarymainspowersupplyinthetablebelowandinthewiringdiagraminannex16.Thisinformationis
alsoprintedontheuniquemachinecardplacedonthefrontofeveryunit(seeexampleofamachinecard
insectiond.2.1).
Motor
Fuse
Fuse
Maximum
Unit
Minimum
Maximum
ShortͲcircuitcurrent
2*0.94kW
TIME10
10A
16A
16kA
2*0.99kW
2*0.99kW
10A
TIME15
25A
16kA
2*1.7kW
13A
2*1.7kW
TIME20
13A
25A
16kA
2*3.0kW
2*3.0kW
13A
TIME25
25A
16kA
2*2.73kW
13A
2*2.73kW
TIME30
20A
32A
16kA
2*5.18kW
2*5.18kW
20A
TIME40
32A
16kA
2*4.7kW
20A
i.3.3.2NecessarymainspowersupplyforDVunitswithcabinet/controlsystem
Necessarymainspowersupplyisprintedontheuniquemachinecardplacedonthefrontofeveryunit(see
exampleofamachinecardinsectiond.2.1).
i.3.3.3Necessaryovervoltageprotectiondevice,thatleadslightningovervoltagetoanearthleadona
safeway.
TheInstallerandusermustbeawareofthefactthatlightningstrikesmakeariskthatrequiresinstallation
ofovervoltageprotectiondevicestoleadthelightningovervoltagetoanearthleadinasafeway.
Installerandusermusttakecareofthisaccordingtolocalstatutoryrequirements.
i.3.4Electricalconnectionofcomponentsandfunctions
Externalcomponentsandfunctionsaredeliveredaccordingtotheorderconfirmation.Cablenumber’sare
writtenonthecables,onthelabelwithterminalplanonorwiththecabinet–seesectiond.2.5andinthe
wiringdiagrams–annex16.
i.3.4.1ConnectionoftheSystemairControlPaneltotheCorrigoE28controller–softwareversion3.3
TheSCPpanel–partnumberSͲ208997forsoftwareversion3.3Ͳisprovidedwith10metresofcableanda
socketforconnectionwiththecontrollerinsidethecabinet.Thecableisnotpulledthroughthecableentry
inthecabinet,sodemountthecableatthebackoftheSystemairControlPanelͲpullthecablethroughthe
cableentryinthecabinetͲadjustthelengthofthecableandremountthecableinthepanel,oraddmore
cable–upto100mofcablebetweentheSystemairControlPanelandthecontrollerispossible.Placethe
SystemairControlPanelontheoutersideoftheunitoronawall.
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Position
Description
1
Alarmbutton:Pressforalarmlist.
2
Alarmindicator: Flashingforunacknowledgedalarm.
3
WriteenableLED:Slowflashingindicatesparameterscanbechanged.
4
OKbutton:Presstoactivateaselectedmenu/setting,ifpossible.
5
Buttonforclear:Abortaparametersettingor– ifpossibleͲ restoretheoriginalvalue.
6
Right/left–andup/downbuttons:Usedfornavigationupanddownandtotherightandleftin
themenutree.Up/downbuttonsarealsousedforincreasingordecreasingvaluesof
parameters.
7
Holesformounting
8
Terminalblock
9
Nocableonterminal5forsoftwareversion3.3(illustratedwithnumber9 ontheabovedrawing)
10
Browncableonterminal4forsoftwareversion3.3(illustratedwithnumber10ontheabovedrawing)
11
Yellowcableonterminal3forsoftwareversion3.3(illustratedwithnumber11ontheabovedrawing)
12
Whitecableonterminal2forsoftwareversion3.3(illustratedwithnumber12ontheabovedrawing)
13
Blackcableonterminal1forsoftwareversion3.3 (illustratedwithnumber13ontheabovedrawing)
i.4Installation–Pipesforwater–hotandchilled,valvesanddrains
i.4.1Description
Iforderedwiththeunit,thevalvesandvalvemotorsarestoredinacartonboxplacedinsidetheunit.
Watertrap(s)–standardoroptionalͲis(are)necessarytoensureescapeofwaterfromthetrayunder
plateheatexchangerand(or)coolingcoil.Watertrap(s)is(are)storedinacartonboxplacedinsidethe
unit.
i.4.2Pipeconnections
ConnectionpipesonheatingͲandcoolingcoilsareprovidedwithexternalthread.Drainageoutletsondrip
traysareprovidedwithexternalthread.
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i.4.3Possibilityofextractingcomponentsfromtheunit
Pipesandcablesmustnotobstructtheinspectiondoorsandcomponentswhichcanbeextractedfromthe
unit.Potentialcomponentsforextractionarefilters,fansandrotaryheatexchanger.
i.4.4Pipeconnectionstobatteries
i.4.4.1Heatingcoils
Pipesforhotwatermustbeprotectedbyinsulationagainstfrostandlossofheat.Furtherprotection
againstfrostcanbeobtainedbyinstallingelectricalheatingwiresaroundthepipesandunderthe
insulationcombinedwithtemperaturesensorsandacontrolsystem.Pipes,insulation,electricalheating
wires,controlsystemforheatingwiresandcirculationpumparenotdeliveredbySystemair.
i.4.4.2Coolingcoils
Iforderedwiththeunit,thevalvesandvalvemotorsarestoredinacartonboxplacedinsidetheunit.
Pipesforcoolingmustbeprotectedbyinsulationagainstcondensationonthepipesandlossofcoolingin
thesummer.PipesandinsulationarenotdeliveredbySystemair.
i.4.4.3Rigidpipemountingbracketsforvalves,circulationpumpsandpipesystem
Thecoilandpipesfromthecoilarenotconstructedtowithstandtheweightandstressfromvalves,
circulationpumps,longpipesandinsulationofpipes.Thesystemmustbesupportedcarefullyinrigidpipe
mountingbracketstoroof,floorandwalls.
i.4.4.3.1Pipeconnectiontoheatingcoils
Theheatingcapacityofthecoilwithonly2rowsisindependentoftheconnectionofthehotwaterinequal
floworincounterflowtothedirectionoftheair,butconnectionofthehotwatertothepipemarkedfor
inletandthereturnwatertothepipemarkedforoutletisveryimportanttoensurethatthesensorfor
transmissionofthewatertemperaturereallywillbeplacedinareturncircuitofthecoil(ScrewͲjointforthe
watertemperaturesensorisweldedinthemaincollectionpipeforreturnwater).
Forthefrostprotectionofheatingcoil,thewatertemperatureinthecoilistransmittedtothecontroller
Thecontrolleralwaysgeneratesasignaltothevalvemotorthatkeepsasufficientflowofhotwaterto
protectthecoilagainstfrost.Thisfrostprotectionisalsoactivatedwhentherunningmodeis“off”.
Coilswith3rowsormoremustalwaysbeconnectedincounterflowtotheairflow.
NOTE:Ifglycolisadded,theglycolmustbewithoutadditivesandautoglycolmustnotbeused.Automatic
bleedinghastobeinstalledatthehighestpointofthe2pipes—supplyorreturnpipe.
Iftheheatingbatteryisbuiltwith3ormorerows,thewaterflowmustbeincounterflowtothedirection
oftheair.
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Toprotectagainstfrostatemperature
sensorforthetransmissionofan
analogsignaltothecontrollerisplaced
inapipeonthecollectionpipefor
returnwater.Thesensormustbe
fittedwatertightwithacapinthepipe
beforewaterunderpressureisinthe
battery.Thepipeforthesensoris
solderedonthecollectionpipeandit
isimportanttoholdcontraonthe
pipe,whenthecapistightened.
Batteryseenfromabove. The
sensormeasuresthewater
temperatureofthewaterinside
oneofthesmallpipesforreturn
waterinthebattery.Thesensor
reducestheareainthispipeand
herebyalsotheflowofwarm
waterinthispipe.The
temperatureinthispipeis
reducedmorethanthe
temperatureinallotherpipes
bytheairflowthroughthe
battery.Becausethelowest
temperatureinthebattery
probablyismeasuredhere,this
systemcreatesearlyandsafe
warningoffrost.
Itisimportantthatthecapistightened
sufficienttokeepthesensorsystem
fullywatertight.
i.4.4.3.2Pipeconnectiontocoolingcoilsforchilledwater
Coilswith3rowsormoremustalwaysbeconnectedincounterflowtotheairflow.
NOTE:Theglycolmustbewithoutadditivesandautoglycolmustnotbeused.
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Automaticbleedinghastobeinstalledatthehighestpointofthe2pipes—supplyorreturnpipe.
i.4.4.3.3Valvemotorandvalveforheating
Thevalveandvalvemotorarenotinstalled.2Ͳwayor3Ͳwayvalveisavailable.
i.4.4.3.4Valvemotorandvalveforcooling
TThevalveandvalvemotorarenotinstalled.2Ͳwayor3Ͳwayvalveisavailable.
i.4.5Drainingcondensatewater
Driptraysforcollectionofcondensatewaterareinstalledunderplateheatexchangerandcoolingcoil.Each
driptrayisprovidedwithadrainageoutlet.Awatertrapisalwaysnecessary.Toavoidfreezeupsandfrost
burstsofwatertrapandpipes,sufficientinsulationisrecommendedandinstallationofheatingbetween
theinsulationandwatertrap/pipescouldevenbenecessary(insulation,heatingandcontrollerforthe
heatingarenotdeliveredbySystemair).
i.4.6Drainingcondensatewaterfromplateheatexchanger
Heavynegativepressurewherethecondensatefromtheplateheatexchangeriscollectedinthedriptray
allowsairtoflowthroughthedrainagepipeintotheunitandpreventscondensatewaterfromflowingout
oftheunitthroughthedrainagepipe.Awatertrapwithsufficientclosinglevelofthewaterisextremely
necessarytoensurethatcondensatewaterflowsoutoftheunit.Thepipediameterofthewatertrapand
sewagesystemmustbeidenticaltothepipediameterofthedrainageoutletfromthetray.
Theclosinglevelofthewatertrapmustbeestimatedcorrectlytoensuresafeescapeofthewater(seethe
illustrationandestimatetheminimumclosinglevelaccordingtothetable).
Awatertrapisoptionalandinstallationofthewatertrapisnotincluded.
NegativepressureP(Pa)
P
H1Minimum
H2
500Pa
100mm 40mm
750Pa
150mm 55mm
1.000Pa
190mm 70mm
i.4.7Drainingcondensatewaterfromcoolingbattery
Ifthecoolingbatteryandthedriptrayareplacedintheunitwherenegativepressure(underpressure)
occurs,theclosinglevelofthewatertrapmustbeestimatedcorrectly.SeetheaboveͲmentioned
informationinsectioni.4.6–Drainingcondensatewaterfromtheplateheatexchanger.
Ifthecoolingbatteryandthedriptrayareplacedintheunitwherepositivepressure(overpressure)
occurs,theclosinglevelofthewatertrapmustbeestimatedcorrectlyasshownontheillustration.Awater
trapisoptionalandinstallationofthewatertrapisnotincluded.
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PositivepressureP(Pa)
P
H1Minimum
H2
500Pa
90mm 65mm
750Pa
120mm 90mm
1.000Pa
150mm 120mm
j.Installationandassemblyinstructionsforreductionofnoiseand
vibrationemissions
Duetothedesignandconstructionoftheunitsthe(A)weighedsoundpressurelevelfromfansandother
componentsdonotexceed70dB(A)outsidetheunits.
Dataaboutsoundinannex2.
Installationoftheunitsonspringswillreducethetransmissionofnoiseandvibrationstothebuilding.
Systemairdoesnotdeliverspringsforthispurpose.
Flexibleconnectionsbetweentheunitsandtheductsareavailableasaccessories.
k.Instructionsforputtingintoservice,adjustments,useand
commissioning.
k.1PrintǦoutsonpaper
Thedocumentslistedbelowarealwaysprintedonpaperanddeliveredtogetherwiththeunitsaccordingto
theMachineryDirectiveandtherelatednationallaws
ThisUserManualwith;
x Declarationofincorporation–annex1
x TheuniquetechnicaldataforthisunitͲannex2
x InstallationinstructionsincludinginstructionsfortheDanfossfrequencyconverter–annex4Ͳ12
x PrintedformforCommissioningprotocolͲannex13
x Testreport–annex14
x Shortdescriptionaboutthemaincomponentsinthecontrolsystem–annex15
x WiringdiagramsͲannex16
x Operator’sguidefortheSystemaircontrolpanelͲannex17
k.2Electronicmedia
ADVDisdeliveredwitheveryunit.ThebelowͲmentioneddocumentsareavailableoneveryDVDandthis
meansthateveryDVDisprovidedwithinformationaboutmanycomponentsthatarenotdeliveredwith
everyunit.ThedocumentsontheDVD:
Common
x ThisUserManual
x Operator’sGuide
x CommissioningProtocolasaWordͲfileformodificationbytheinstaller
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Componentsinthecontrolsystem
x Danfossfrequencyconverter
x Corrigocontrollermanuals
x InformationaboutBuildingManagementSystems
x Dampermotors
x Filterguards
x Temperaturesensors
x Firethermostats
x Smokedetectors
x Pressuretransmitters
x Valves
x Valvemotors
x Humiditysensors
x CO2sensor
x Humiditysensor
x Humidifier
x EͲToolsoftwareforfastcommunicationwiththeCorrigocontroller
x Other
k.3Documentationisavailablefordownloadfromhttps://techdoc.systemair.dk
YourlocalSystemaircompanyisabletoprovidethedata.
k.4StartǦupbyinstaller
AllprotectionandsafetymeasuresmustbemetbeforestartͲupoftheunit.Themainssupplyvoltagemust
alsobecheckedtoo.Themainssupplyvoltagemustbemeasuredatthesupplyterminalsinthecabinet.
k.4.1Checklist,relevantvalues
k.4.1.1ChecklistpriortostartͲup
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Istheunitassembledcorrectlywithitsfunctionsinthecorrectorder?Seeannex2.
Arethesectionsandductsassembledcorrect?Seeannexi.
CheckthatfansandantiͲvibrationmountsarenotdamagedaftertransportationandinstallation.
Istherotaryexchangerturningfreely?
Aresafetyguardsinstalledcorrectly?
Iftheunitincludesintegratedcooling(DVU),checkwhetheritisinstalledandsupervisedby
qualifiedservicepersonnel.
IftheunitcontainsElectricairheater,makesurethatthesupplyisolatordisconnectswiththeunit.
DuctsͲareallductsinstalled?
ExternalcomponentsͲarethevalveandvalvemotorinstalledcorrectly?
Isthecirculationpumpinstalledcorrectly?
Iswaterunderpressureinthecoilandcirculationpump?
Arethepressuretransmittersinstalledandconnectedcorrectly?(Ifthisisasystemwithpressure
transmittersintheducts)
Mainpowersupply:
o Connectedcorrectly?(3x400V+N+PE)
o Testofsupplyvoltageforactuatorsandcontrolsignal!
o Arecontrolsignalsforactuatorsconnectedcorrectly?
k.4.1.2Switchonpower
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Donotstartuntilallsafetyprocedureshavebeencompletedandensurethatinspectiondoorsareclosed
andlocked.
SwitchonpowerandtheunitshouldbereadyforthestartͲup.
ForstartͲupseetheOperator’sguidefortheSystemaircontrolpanelͲannex17(thismanualisdelivered
withtheunit–printedonpaperandalsoavailableonthedeliveredDVD).
K.5Adjustmentsanduse
AdjustthefactorysetvaluesforparametersontheSystemairControlPanelorviathesoftwareEͲToolona
PC.SeetheOperator’sguidefortheSystemaircontrolpanelͲannex17(thismanualisdeliveredwiththe
unit–printedonpaperandalsoavailableonthedeliveredDVD.Furtherinformationaboutthecontrolleris
availableonthe100pagesintheCorrigoE28UserManualthatisavailableonthedeliveredDVD.
EͲToolsoftwareisalsoavailableonthedeliveredDVDandfordownloadfromahomepage.
K.6Descriptionoffunctions
K.6.1Remotecontrol
k.6.1.1CommunicationWEBͲmaster(TCP/IPExoline)toPCandAndroidtelephone
ThecontrollerhasbeenpreparedwithaWEBͲmasterinterface(WEBsideintegrated)availablewhen
connectedtoaLANnetwork.ItispossibleviatheLANnetworktoreadvaluesandtochangesome
parameters–forexamplesetͲpointtemperatures,schedules,airflowcapacity.Itispossibletoreadand
resetpresentalarms.Thereare2levelsoflogin.
k.6.1.2CommunicationtoBMSsystemswithMODBUS
ThecontrollerhasbeenpreparedforcommunicationviaRS485communicationporttoaMODBUSbased
BMSsystem(BuildingManagementSystem).
ThecontrollercanworkasastandͲalonesystemwithoutanysupportfromothercontrollers.Specialsetup
ofthecontrollerforcommunicationwiththeBMSsystemisnotincludedinthedeliveryfromSystemair.
k.6.1.3CommunicationtoBMSsystemswithLON
ThecontrollerhasbeenpreparedforcommunicationviaLONcommunicationporttoBMSsystems
(BuildingManagementSystems).TheportusesLonWorksaccordingtotheLonMarkͲguidelines.TheLONͲ
interfacevariablesareavailablefromSystemair.ThecontrollercanworkasastandͲalonesystemwithout
anysupportfromothercontrollers.SpecialsetͲupofthecontrollerforcommunicationwiththeBMS
systemisnotincludedinthedeliveryfromSystemair.
k.6.1.4CommunicationtoBMSsystemsviaBACnet
ThecontrollerhasbeenpreparedforBACnetTCP/IPinterface.Thiscanbeusedforcommunicationwitha
BMSsystem(BuildingManagementSystem).
ThecontrollercanworkasastandͲalonesystemwithoutanysupportfromothercontrollers.SpecialsetͲup
ofthecontrollerforcommunicationwiththeBMSsystemisnotincludedinthedeliveryfromSystemair.
K.6.2Extendedoperationandexternalstart/stop(forexamplebypresencedetectors)
Whentheunitisrunningatreducedspeedorisinshutdownmode,itcanbeforceduponestepbyusinga
Pushbutton(impulse).Therequirednumberofminutesfortheextendedoperationmustbeselectedon
theSystemairControlPanel.ButtonandcablearenotdeliveredbySystemair.Furthermorewhentheunitis
inshutdownmodeitispossibletostart/stoptheunitbypresencedetectors.Presencedetectorsandcable
arenotdeliveredbySystemair.
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k.6.3Valveandvalvemotorforheatingcoil
Thesupplyvoltageforthewatervalveactuatoris24VAC,thecontrolsignalis0Ͳ10V.Thesensorforwater
temperaturehastobeinstalledintheheatingcoilandthesensorisprovidedwithcablebutnotconnected
totheterminalsinthecabinet.Thecablebetweenvalvemotorandterminalsinthecabinetisnotdelivered
bySystemair.Standardvalvesareavailablefor2or3Ͳwayconnection.
k.6.4Valveandvalvemotorforcoolingcoil
Thesupplyvoltageforthewatervalveactuatoris24VAC,thecontrolsignalis0Ͳ10V.Cablesbetweenvalve
motorandterminalsinthecabinetarenotdeliveredbySystemair.Standardvalvesareavailablefor2or3Ͳ
wayconnection.
k.6.5DXcooling
ADXͲcoolercanbeconnectedtothecontroller.Inputandoutputareavailablefor:
Startcooling–Alarmcooling–CoolingY3.CablesarenotdeliveredbySystemair
k.6.6Circulationpump,heating
CirculationpumpisnotincludedinthedeliveryfromSystemair.Ifthepumphasnotbeenactivatedfor24
hours,thepumpisexercisedoncedailyfor1minutetokeepthepumpinagoodcondition.Cablesarenot
deliveredbySystemair.
k.6.7Firealarmfunction
k.6.7.1Externalfiresignalthatindicateblockorrun
Theunitisavailablewithoutcomponentsforthisfunction.Thecontrollerisasstandardconfiguredfor
ordinaryrunningwhenthecontactisclosed(NC).Byopencontactsthefansstopandthedampersclose.If
disconnected,fireisindicatedandtheunitwillstopuntilthesignalisreͲconnected.Onthesitequalified
techniciansareabletochangetheconfiguration.
k.6.7.2Externalfiresignal
Theunitisdeliveredwithoutcomponentsforthisfunction.Thecontrollerisasstandardconfiguredfor
ordinaryrunningwhenthecontactisclosed(NC).Byopencontactsthefansstopandthedampersclose.
Whentheunithasbeenshutdownbyafiresignal,theunithastoberestartedonthecontrolpanel.Onthe
sitequalifiedtechniciansareabletochangetheconfiguration.
k.6.7.3Twofirethermostats
Theunitisavailablewith2thermostatsinstalledintheunit–1intheextractairand1inthesupplyair.The
cutͲofftemperatureinthethermostatsisadjustablebetween40and70ȗC.Atthefactorysupplyissetat
70ȗCandextractissetat40ȗC.Thecontrollerisasstandardconfiguredtostopthefansandclosethe
dampersifathermostatisreleased.Onthesitequalifiedtechniciansareabletochangetheconfiguration.
k.6.7.4Onesmokedetectorinextractair
Thesmokedetectorhasbeeninstalledinextractairnexttothefan.Thecontrollerisasstandard
configuredtostopthefansandclosethedampersifthedetectorisreleasedbysmoke.Whentheunithas
beenshutdownbyafiresignal,theunithastoberestartedonthecontrolpanel.Onthesitequalified
techniciansareabletochangetheconfiguration.
k.6.8EtoolǦconfigurationtool
TheinstallercandownloadthePCsoftwarecalledEtoolfromwww.regincontrols.comandthissoftware
enablestheinstallertoconfigureandsupervisethefunctionofthesystemviaagraphicinterface.This
softwaredisplaysalltheparameterstobewritteninacommissioningreport(thecommissioningreportis
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availableasaWordͲfileontheCDdeliveredwiththeunit).TheTCP/IPportintheCorrigoE28controlleris
preparedforcommunicationwiththeEtoolsoftware.
k.6.9Electricalheaterbattery
k.6.9.1ControlofheatingcapacityconnectedtounitwithSystemaircontrolsystem
Electricalheaterinstalledwithseparatecontrollerbesidetheheater.Theseparatecontrollerisdesignedfor
capacityconversionofthe0Ͳ10Vcontrolsignalfromthemaincontrolsystem.Theelectricheaterisnot
suppliedfromtheairhandlingunitcabinetasthecabinetisnotdesignedtosupplytheheaterwithpower.
Nopowersupplycablesareconnectedtotheelectricheater.Theseparatecontrolleriswithoutsupply
disconnectingdevice
k.6.9.2ControlofheatingcapacityconnectedtounitwithoutSystemaircontrolsystem
Electricalheaterinstalledwithseparatecontrollerbesidetheheater.Theseparatecontrollerisdesignedfor
capacityconversionofthe0Ͳ10Vcontrolsignalfromthemaincontrolsystem.Theheatingcapacityis
adaptedinsteps.
Theelectricheaterisnotsuppliedfromtheairhandlingunitcabinetasthecabinetisnotdesignedto
supplytheheaterwithpower.Nopowersupplycablesareconnectedtotheelectricheater.Theseparate
controlleriswithoutsupplydisconnectingdevice.
k.6.10Speedcontroloffans
k.6.10.1TIMEcontrolsystem–ECmotors
FanmotorrevolutionsarecontrolledbytheECmotors.TheECmotorsareconfiguredandtestedtocomply
withthedataoftheunit.
k.6.10.2DVcontrolsystemͲfrequencyconvertersinsidetheunitareIP20
Fanmotorrevolutionsarecontrolledbyfrequencyconverters,andtheyareconfiguredandtestedto
complywiththedatafortheunit.Thefrequencyconverterforeachfanmotorisinstalledinsidetheunit
besidethefanmotorwithcablesbetweenmotorandconverter.Inunitswithcompletecontrolsystemthe
frequencyconvertersaredeliveredwithsystemparametersadaptedtothemotorsandtheproject.
k.6.10.3Pressuretransmitters
Separatecontroloftheairfloworductpressureforsupplyfanandforextractfan.Therequiredairflowor
ductpressureswithnormalaswellasreducedcapacityareselectedontheSystemairControlPanel.
Theactualpressureismeasuredbypressuretransmitters.PIcalculationinthecontrollercontinuously
transmitsthenecessaryrevolutionsforthefanstothefrequencyconverterstoachievetherequired
pressure.
k.6.10.4CO2Ͳdependentairflow
TheairflowiscontrolledbyaCO2sensor.HighCO2concentrationisequaltohigherairflow.LowCO2
concentrationisequaltolowerairflow.BasedontheactualCO2levelandamin/maxlevel,theneeded
airflowiscalculated.Thespeedofeachfanisadjustedviafrequencyconverter.Terminalsinthecabinetare
availableforconnectionofthesensor.
k.6.10.5Humiditydependentairflow
Theairflowiscontrolledbythehumiditysensor.Highhumidityisequaltohigherairflow.Lowhumidityis
equaltolowerairflow.Basedontheactualhumiditylevelandamin/maxleveltheneededairflowis
calculated.Thespeedofeachfanisadjustedviafrequencyconverter.Terminalsinthecabinetareavailable
forconnectionofthesensor.
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k.6.11Cabinet
k.6.11.1IntegratedcabinetsinTIMEunits
TIMEunitsaredeliveredwith2integratedcabinets.Onecabinetinthesupplyfansectionandonecabinet
inexhaustfansection.Bothcabinetsareinstalledbehindinspectiondoors.Externalcomponentsmustbe
connectedtoterminalsinthecabinetinthesupplyfansection.
k.6.11.2IntegratedcabinetinDVunitswithcontrolsystem
Cabinetisintegratedintheunitbehindaninspectiondoor.Terminalsareinstalledinthecabinetforall
externalcomponents.Thenumberofterminalsisalwaysadaptedtotheindividualorder.
k.6.11.3CabinetplacedontheDVunitwithcontrolsystem
Themodelswiththecabinetontheunitareexclusivelyforindoorinstallation.Terminalsareinstalledinthe
cabinetforallexternalcomponents.Thenumberofterminalsisalwaysadaptedtotheindividualorder.
k.6.12Temperaturesensors
Foursensorsarealwaysdeliveredwitheachunit.Seebelowwherethesensorsareplaced;
x 1sensorintheextractair,installedinsidetheunit
x 1sensorintheoutdoorair,installedinsidetheunitbeforethesupplyairfilteronthecoldsideof
theheatexchanger
x 1sensorinthesupplyairtobeplacedinthesupplyairductbytheinstaller
x 1sensorintheexhaust,installedinsidetheunit
k.6.13Dampermotors
Fourdifferenttypesofdampermotorsareavailable;
x On/offdampermotor,notmodulating,withoutspringfunction.Torqueis20Nmandruntimeis
150seconds
x On/offdampermotor,modulating,withoutspringfunction.Torqueis20Nmandruntimeis150
seconds
x SpringͲreturndampermotor,notmodulating,withspringfunction.Torqueis20Nmandruntime
is150/16seconds
x SpringͲreturndampermotor,modulating,withspringfunction.Torqueis20Nmandruntimeis
150/16seconds
k.6.14Filterguards
FilterguardoverpreͲfilterandprimaryfilterinstalledandconnectedtothecontrollerfordisplayofalarm
whenthemechanicallysetlimitisexceeded.FilteralarmwillbedisplayedontheSystemairControlPanel.
k.6.15Roomtemperaturesensors
Oneortwoexternalroomtemperaturesensorsareavailable.Thecabinethasbeenpreparedwith
additionalterminalsforconnectionoftheroomtemperaturesensors.Thesensorsaredeliveredwithout
cable.Thecontrollercalculatesanaverageofthevaluefromthe2sensorsasinputforthecontrol.
k.6.16Frostprotection
Forthefrostprotectionoftheheatingcoil,thewatertemperatureinthecoilistransmittedtothe
controllerbyatemperaturesensorinawaterreturncircuitofthecoil.Thecontrolleralwaysgeneratesa
signaltothevalvemotorthatkeepsasufficientflowofhotwatertoprotectthecoilagainstfrost.Thisfrost
protectionisalsoactivatedwhentherunningmodeis“off”.
Ifthewatertemperaturefallsbelowthesetpointtemperaturethefansstop,thedampersclose,andan
alarmisactivated.
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FromSystemaireveryheatingcoilforhotwaterisprovidedwithalittlepipeatthecollectionpipeforthe
returnwater.Thislittlepipeispreparedfortheinstallationoftheabovementionedtemperaturesensorfor
thetransmissionofthereturnwatertemperaturetothecontroller.
k.6.17SystemairControlPanelǦSCP
TheseparatecableͲconnected(10m)handterminalwithdisplayandbuttons–theSystemairControlPanel
isalwaysnecessaryforthenormalhandlingandprogramming,becausethemainSystemairE28controller
iswithoutdisplayandbuttons.
k.6.18Coolingrecovery
Iftheextractairtemperatureislowerthantheoutdoorairtemperature,andthereisacoolingdemandin
therooms,thecoolingrecoverywillbeactivatedbyreversingtheheatexchangersignal.Thesignalis
increasedtothecoolingrecoverybyincreasingcoolingdemand.
k.6.19Freecooling
Atemperaturesensorhasbeeninstalledinsidetheunitintheoutdoorairentrance.Iftheoutdoor
temperatureaftermidnightisbelowtheroomtemperaturesetpointandtheactualaverageroom
temperatureisabovethesetpointtemperature,thefansstartduringthesummertocooldownthe
buildingduringnighthours.
k.6.20Alarmsignal
Byalarmthereare24VDConterminalsinthecabinet.LampsandcablesarenotavailablefromSystemair.
k.6.21Heatrecovery
Theheatrecoverycapacityiscontrolledbymodulatingspeedoftherotor
k.6.22Frostprotection–plateheatexchanger
Topreventtheplateheatexchangerfrombeingblockedanddamagedbyicewhentheoutdoorair
temperatureisverylow,theexhaustairtemperaturefromthecoldestareaaftertheheatexchangeris
transmittedtothecontrollerbyatemperaturesensor.Thedampersarecontrolledbymodulatingdamper
motorordampermotorstoreducetheflowofoutdoorairthroughtheexchangerandtoincreasetheflow
ofoutdoorairthroughthebypassduct.Bythissequencetheriskoficeblockingoftheexchangerisreduced
andpleasenotethecapacityoftheheatingbatteryissufficientforheatingthismixtureofpreheatedand
notpreheatedsupplyair.
k.7Commissioning
Whentheinstallerhascompletedtheinstallationandwantstohandoverthefinishedinstallationtohis
customerforpaymentthecommissioningprotocolcanbethewrittenreceiptforthefullendedjob.Fillin
theblankspacesandsigntheproposedcommissioningprotocolthatisannex13,orfillintheWordͲfile
withaCommissioningProtocolthatisincludedontheDVDdeliveredwiththeunit.
l.Informationabouttheresidualrisksthatremaindespitetheinherent
safedesignmeasures,safeguardingandcomplementaryprotective
measuresadopted.
l.1Unitcasing.
l.1.1.Designofthemachinetomaketransportsafe
Hazards/dangerousarea:
Incorrecthandlingduringtransportationmaycausethattheunitisdropped.
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Dangerousincident:
Ifapersonishitbyaunitthatisdropped,thiscouldinunfortunatecircumstancesleadtoirreversibleinjury
ordeath.
Claimforreductionofdanger:
Correcthandlingduringtransportationisdescribedinthismanual.IfliftedbyforkͲlifttrucktheforksofthe
truckmustbesufficientlylong.Safetymeasuresarealsodescribedinthismanualbyuseofcrane.
Informationaboutweightofeachsectionisalsovisible.
l.2Commonforallunitsections
l.2.1Riskcausedbysurfaces,edgesandcorners
Hazards/dangerousarea: Sharpedgesonplatesmightoccurinsidethemachinesaswellassharpedgesonframesofdampers.No
sharpedgesontheoutsideoftheunits.
Dangerousincident:
Cutfingers/hands.
Claimforreductionofdanger:
Riskonlyexistsduringmaintenanceandcleaning.Thistakesplaceatleastonceeveryyear.Useofgloves
andhelmetisdescribedinthismanual.CutͲresistantglovesforprotectionagainstinjuryfromsharpmetal
plateedges.UseCEͲmarkedglovesforthispurpose.Lampsmountedinsidetheunitwithsufficientlighting
reducetheriskofinjury.
l.3Commonforallunitsectionsbyinsufficientlighting
l.3.1Riskcausedbyinsufficientlightinginsidesections
Hazards/dangerousarea: Onthefloorsoftheunitstherearehandlestoholdfilters,profilesforthecarryingoffanmotors.Cablesare
betweenfanmotorsandfrequencyconverters.
Dangerousincident:
Byinsufficientlighting,theaboveͲmentionedobstaclesarenotvisiblewiththeriskofstumblingthat
becomesafall,leadinginunfortunatecircumstancestoirreversibleinjuryordeath.
Claimforreductionofdanger:
Riskonlyexistsduringmaintenanceandcleaning.Thistakesplaceatleastonceeveryyear.Accordingto
thismanualandintheSystemairCADsoftwareforconfigurationandselectionofaccessories,lampsfor
sufficientlightinginsidetheunitsaremandatoryaccordingtothelatestinterpretationsoftheMachinery
Directivebytheauthorities.Useofhelmetsreducestheriskofinjury.
l.4DamperstypeDVA–DVB–DVM–DVP–BypassdampersinDVQ
l.4.1Riskcausedbymaintenanceandcleaningofdampers
Hazards/dangerousarea:
Arebetweenthedamperbladesandthesystemofbarsandlinksbetweenmotoranddamperblades.
Dangerousincident:
Crushingoffingers.
Claimforreductionofdanger:
Examinationisstillunderpreparationinourownlaboratory.Stillnovoluntarytestpersonsareavailable.
l.5AttenuatorstypeDVD
l.5.1Riskcausedbymaintenanceandcleaningofattenuators
Hazards/dangerousarea: Highconcentrationofdustonthesurfaceofthebafflesmightbeharmfultothehealth.
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Dangerousincident:
Tobreatheinparticlesthatisharmfultothehealth.
Claimforreductionofdanger:
Riskonlyexistsduringmaintenanceandcleaning.Thistakesplaceatleastonetimeeveryyear.Useof
particulaterespiratorisdescribedinthismanual.Particulaterespirator–maintenancefreeincludingfoam
faceͲsealandadjustablepreͲthreadedheadbands(sameparticulaterespiratorasrecommendedforchange
offilters).
l.6FilterstypeDVG–DVF
l.6.1Riskcausedbymissingchangeoffilters
Hazards/dangerousarea:
Missingchangeoffiltersandmissingmaintenancedecreasethecapacityandfinalconsequencewillbe
breakdown.
Dangerousincident:
Byextensivelackofoffilterchangeandmaintenancethemachinecanbreakdown.
Claimforreductionofdanger:
Inthemanualisthemethodandscheduleforchangeoffiltersandmaintenancespecified.
l.6.2Riskcausedbytheexecutionoffilterchange
Hazards/dangerousarea:
Filterpanelsandfilterbags
Dangerousincident:
Tobreatheinparticlesthatisharmfultothehealth.
Claimforreductionofdanger:
Useofparticulaterespirator–maintenancefreeincludingfoamfaceͲsealandadjustablepreͲthreaded
headbands(sameparticulaterespiratorasrecommendedforcleaningofattenuators.
l.7PlugfanstypeDVE
l.7.1Riskcausedbylightningstrike
Hazards/dangerousarea:
Lightningstrikeclosetothemachine.
Dangerousincident:
Lightningstrikecancreateflashoverbetweenphasesandconductiveparts.Thiscancausefireorthe
overvoltagecanmakeinjuryonpersons
Claimforreductionofdanger:
Installerandusermustbeawareofthefactthatlightningmakesariskthatrequiresinstallationof
overvoltageprotectiondevicestoleadthelightningovervoltagetoanearthleadonasafeway.Theneed
forovervoltageprotectiondevicesdependonwheretheunitisplacedinandonthebuilding.
Installerandusermusttakecareofthisaccordingtolocalstatutoryrequirements.Overvoltageprotection
devicesarealsodescribedinsectioni.3.3.3ofthismanual.
l.7.2.Riskcausedbypermanentmagnetmotor
Hazards/dangerousarea:
Rotationoftheshaftgenerateselectricity.Thisdangerisalwaysvisualizedbyayellowwarninglabelonthe
inspectiondoorwherepermanentmagnetmotorsareinstalled.
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Dangerousincident:
Personstouchingconductivepartsgetelectricshock,burns,heartflickerandsoon.
Claimforreductionofdanger:
Byinstallationorrepairsofconductivecomponents,theshaftmustbeblockedtopreventanyrotation.
l.7.3Riskofrotatingimpellercausedbystackeffect(chimneyeffect).
Hazards/dangerousarea:
Onspecialoccasionsstackeffect–alsocalledchimneyeffect–intheductscreateairflowsthatdrivesthe
impellersbyturnedoffmotors.
Dangerousincident:
Injuryoffingers,handsandarms.
Claimforreductionofdanger:
Eliminatethisairflowforsupplyairandexhaustairbydamperswithspringreturnmotorsforautomatic
closingofthedampersbyturnedofffanmotorsandbypowerfailure.
l.8BatteriesforheatingandcoolingtypeDVR–DVH–DVK,coolingcompressor
l.8.1ExtremetemperaturesǦheating
Hazards/dangerousarea:
Electricalheatingelementscanachievesurfacetemperatureof500degreeCelsius.
Batteriesandpipesforhotwatercanachieve95degreeCelsius.
Dangerousincident:
AccordingtoISO13732Ͳ1:2006,hereisnodirectriskofburns.(shortͲtimecontact–lesserthan2,5sec). Claimforreductionofdanger:
No.
l.8.2ExtremetemperaturesǦcooling
Hazards/dangerousarea:
Evaporatorbatteriesandpipesconnectedtocoolingcompressorcanachieveminus10degreesCelsius.
Dangerousincident:
AccordingtoISO13732Ͳ1:2006,hereisnodirectriskofburns.(shortͲtimecontact–lesserthan2,5sec). Claimforreductionofdanger:
No.
l.9CoolingcompressorunitstypeDVU–DVUǦC
l.9.1Riskofhightemperature
Hazards/dangerousarea:
Condenserbatteriesandpipescanachievetemperatureof60degreeCelsius.
Dangerousincident:
VurderetudfraISO13732Ͳ1:2006,dererumiddelbartikkerisikoforforbrændinger.(berøringstid2,5sek). 48
Claimforreductionofdanger:
No.
l.9.2Riskcausedbylightningstrike
Hazards/dangerousarea:
Lightningstrikeclosetothemachine.
Dangerousincident:
Lightningstrikecancreateflashoverbetweenphasesandconductiveparts.Thiscancausefireorthe
overvoltagecanmakeinjuryonpersons
Claimforreductionofdanger:
Installerandusermustbeawareofthefactthatlightningmakesariskthatrequiresinstallationof
overvoltageprotectiondevicestoleadthelightningovervoltagetoanearthleadonasafeway.Theneed
forovervoltageprotectiondevicesdependonwheretheunitisplacedinandonthebuilding.
Installerandusermusttakecareofthisaccordingtolocalstatutoryrequirements.Overvoltageprotection
devicesarealsodescribedinsectioni.3.3.3ofthismanual
m.Instructionsontheprotectivemeasurestobetakenbyallservice
techniciansduringrepairandmaintenance
UsethebelowͲmentionedpersonalprotectiveequipmentformaintenance:
x CutͲresistantglovesforprotectionagainstinjuryfromsharpmetalplateedges.UseCEͲmarked
glovesforthispurpose.
x Helmet
x Particulaterespirator–maintenancefreeincludingfoamfaceͲsealandadjustablepreͲthreaded
headbands–forreplacingfilters.
x Padlockforlockingtheautomaticcircuitbreakersinoffposition
x Permanentmagnetmotor.Theshaftmustbeblockedduringrepairsandmaintenanceofthe
electricsystem(themotorgenerateselectricitybyrotation–forexamplethatthewindand
thermicdrivesthefan/motor).
x Lightinginsidetheunits.AccordingtothelatestinterpretationsoftheMachineryDirectivebythe
authoritiessufficientlightinginsidetheunitsismandatory.
x Toolstoblocktheimpellerduringrepairsandmaintenanceifstackeffect–alsocalledchimney
effect–intheductscreateairflowsthatdrivestheimpellersbyturnedoffmotors
n.Theessentialcharacteristicsoftoolswhichmaybefittedtothe
machinery
ThesubjectintheMachineryDirectiveabouttoolsonthemachinedoesnotexistfortheTIMEandDVair
handlingunits,becausethosetoolsdoesnotexist.
o.Theconditionsofstabilityduringuse,transportation,assembly,
dismantlingwhenoutofservice
Theunitmustalwaysbehandledinanuprightposition.Nevertiltanysectionmorethan15degrees.If
sectionsmustbetiltedmorethan15degrees,sectionswithfansorrotatingexchangersthatcanbedrawn
outforservicemustbesecuredcarefully.
Duringtransportation,installation,dismantlingorotherhandling,itmustbesecuredthatallcomponentsin
theunitareproperlyfastenedandwithadditionalattentiontothecontrolofantiͲvibrationmountsunder
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thefansthattheyareundamaged.Themountingandsmoothrunningofthefansmustbecontrolledand
handledwithgreatcare.
o.1Installedreliabletoavoidunitstobetiltedormovedbytheanystorm.
Unitsinstalledonroofsandotherplaceswiththeriskofheavywindsmustbeinstalledreliabletoavoid
thattheycanbetiltedormovedbytheanystorm.Thebaseframeisprovidedwithholesthatareintended
forfasteningbysufficientboltsandfittingssuppliedbytheinstaller.
o.2Transportofsectionwithcoolingcompressorunit
Duringtransportation,theunitsection–DVUandDVUͲCͲmustalwaysbeintheuprightpositionortilted
lessthan30ȗ.Ifitisnecessarytotilttheunitmorethan30ȗ,thesuctionpipeofthecompressormustpoint
upwardstopreventtheescapeofoilfromthecompressorsump.
o.3DisposalofthecoolingcompressorsystemǦtypeDVUandDVUǦC
PriortothedisposaloftheDVUorDVUͲCunitsection,therefrigerantinthecoolingsystemmustbe
drainedoffbyaskilledtechnicianfromacertifiedcompany.Aftercorrectevacuationoftherefrigerant,the
disposaloftheDVUorDVUͲCunitsectionissimilartothedisposaloftherestoftheairhandlingunit.
o.4Genereldisassembly–sharpedges
Payattentiontoseveralsharpedgesduringdismantlinganddisposaloftheunit.Toavoidinjury,CEͲmarked
cutͲresistantglovesaswellashelmetmustbeused.Themeasuresaredescribedfurtherinthe
Maintenance,DismantlingandDisposalManual.
p.Instructionsformachinerywheretheseareregularlytobetransported
ThesubjectintheMachineryDirectiveaboutmachinerythatareregularlytobetransporteddoesnotexist
fortheTIMEandDVairhandlingunits,becausethoseunitsareforspeciallymadeforoneintended
application.
q.Theoperatingmethodtobefollowedintheeventofbreakdown.Safe
restart.
Usethebelowmentionedprocedureintheeventofbreakdownorblockage:
x Switchoffthepowerandlockthesupplydisconnectingdeviceintheoffposition.
x Removethereasonforbreakdownorblockage.
x FollowthestartͲupproceduredescribedinsectionk.
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r.Adjustmentandmaintenanceoperations
Mustbeperformedbyskilledtechnicians.
r.1Shutdownoftheunittoasafestate.
SwitchtheunittoOFFontheSystemairControlPanel.SeetheͲOperator’sGuide–Annex17.Switchoffthe
automaticcircuitbreakersandblockthembypadlocks.TheautomaticcircuitbreakersaremarkedF1toF4.
Seetheillustrationbelowabouthowtoplaceapadlockoneachautomaticcircuitbreaker.
CheckthattheautomaticcircuitbreakermarkedF5isstillswitchedonbecausethelampsinsidetheunit,
andonlythoselamps,areconnectedtothisswitch.Switchonthelampsforlightduringthemaintenance
activities.
UsethestartͲupproceduredescribedinsectionk,whenthemaintenanceactivitiesarecompleted.
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r.2Recommendedmaintenanceintervals
Function
Unitcasing
Filters
Fans
Rotaryheat
exchanger
Plateheat
exchanger
RunͲaroundheat
exchanger
Dampers
Hotwaterbattery
Electricheating
battery
Coolingbattery
Coolingcompressor
unit
Condensatedrain
SavingͲandcomfort
functions
Firealarm
Batteryincontroller
Remotecontrol
Maintenance
Number
peryear
Cleaningoftheunitcasing.
1
Controlofrubberseals ondoorsandbetweensections.
1
Changeondemandbyalarmandalwaysminimumtwiceayear.
2
Controlofrubberseals.Controlofthesystemwithlateral
2
lockingrailsandhandlesonTIMEandDV10–DV150.Controlof
thefilterbankframeswithfastenersonDV190andDV240.
Cleaningofallparts.
1
Checkmotorsandbearings
1
Checkthattheimpellersarerotatingwithoutdissonance.
1
CheckthatantiͲvibrationmountsareintact.
1
Checkthattheunitisoperationwithoutvibrationsafterthe
1
cleaning,overhaulandmaintenance.
Checkthatleakageanddirtaccumulationisinsignificant
1
Checkthattherotorcan turn freelyand easilymanuallywitha
1
handwhenthebeltisremovedfromthedrive
Checkbypassfunctionandsequence fordeͲicing
1
Checktheexchangerfunctionandtestthefrostprotection.The
glycolmustbewithoutadditivesandautoglycolmustnotbe
used.
Testtheoperation.
Visualinspectionof sealsandtightnesswhenclosed.
Checkthedirtaccumulationandclean,ifneeded.
Bleeding,ifneeded.
Testoffrostprotectionsequence
Testofcirkulation pump
Checkdirtaccumulationandclean,ifneeded.
Testthefunctionofthesystemwiththefusesforthesafety.
Checkdirtaccumulationandclean,ifneeded.
Testthefrostprotection(glycol)
Mandatoryannualcontrolofthecompressorsystem. Mustbe
donebycertifiedtechnicianfromacertifiedcompany.
Cleaningoftray,watertrap andoutlet.Checktheelectrical
heatingbetweeninsulationandpipes,ifinstalled.
TestofCO2sensor,humiditysensor, motionsensor, pressure
transmittersforaircapacitycontrol,extendedoperationvia
button,coolingrecovery,freecooling
Testofthermostats,smokedetectorsandfiredetection
systems
Changethebatteryondemandbyalarminthedisplayand
alwayschangethebatteryasaminimumevery5.Year.
TestofCommunications.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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r.3.Filters–sizesandnumbers
Filtersinsupplyairandinextractairarealwaysthesamesizesandthesamenumbers.Seethefiltersin
supplyorextractairbelow.REMEMBERtoorderfiltersforsupplyaswellasforextract.
Sizeofunit
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
80
100
120
150
190
240
Numbersandsizesofframesforbagfilters(WxH)
1x[792x392]
2x[490x392]
1x[490x490]+1x[592x490]
2x[592x592]
1x[592x592]+1x[490x592]+1x[287x592]
3x[490x742]
3x[592x490]+3x[592x287]
8x[490x490]
4x[490x592]+4x[490x490]
4x[592x592]+4x[490x592]
4x[592x592]+4x[592x490]+4x[592x287]
9x[592x490]+6x[490x490]
15x[592x592]
15x[592x592]+3x[287x592]+5x[592x287]
Sizeofunit
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
80
100
120
150
190
240
Numbersandsizesofframesforpanelfilters(WxHxD)
2x[376x376x44]
2x[448x448x44]
1x[241x495x44]+1x[495x495x44]+1x[391x495x44]
2x[445x622x44]+1x[391x622x44]
3x[445x622x44]
6x[495x368x44]
6x[622x391x44]
8x[495x495x44]
4x[495x495x44]4x[495x597x44]
10x[445x622x44]
15x[495x445x44]
21x[391x495x44]
15x[592x592x25]
15x[592x592x25]+3x[287x592x25]+5x[592x287x25]
NOTEthatspecialsizesoffiltersareavailablebyCamfil.
r.3.1Bagfilters
Releasethebagfiltercellsbyactivatingthehandlesandpulloutthefiltercellsoftheunitcasing.Theframe
profilesaretobecleanedandallsealscheckedfordamage.Thehandlesandlockingguiderailsarealsoto
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becheckedtoensurethattheycanoperateunobstructed.Thenewfilterbagsmustbepushedcarefully
intotheunitinordertoensurethattheyaresealedproperly.Thevariousfiltersizesshouldbeplacedinan
ordercorrespondingtothewayinwhichtheunitisdesigned,andthefiltersmusthaveverticalbags.
r.3.2Panelfilters
Thefiltercellguiderailsaretobecleanedbeforefittingthenewfilters.
r.4.ChangingtheInternalBatteryinthecontroller
Note:ThisprocedurerequiresknowledgeofproperESDprotection;i.e.anearthedwristbandmustbeused!
Whenthealarm”InternalBattery”isactivatedandthebatteryLEDlightsupred,thebatteryforbackupof
programmemoryandrealͲtimeclockhasbecometooweak.Thebatteryisreplacedasdescribedbelow.A
backupcapacitorsavesthememoryandkeepstheclockrunningforatleast10minutesafterthepower
supplyisremoved.Therefore,ifthebatteryreplacementtakeslessthan10minutes,therewillbenoneed
toreloadtheprogram,andtheclockwillcontinuetorunnormally.
ThereplacementbatterymustbeofthetypeCR2032.
Removethecoverbypressingdownthe locking
torquesattheedgeofthecoverusingasmall
screwdriver,andatthesametimepullingtheedges
outwards.
Gripthebatteryfirmlywithyourfingers and lift it
upwardsuntilitrisesfromitsholder.Pressthenew
batteryfirmlydownintoplace.Notethatto
preservecorrectpolarity;thebatterycanonlybe
insertedthe“rightwayround”.
r.5Otherfunctionstomaintain
r.5.1Theunit
Theunitshouldbecleanedonceayearwhenoperatingwithnormalairqualityforcomfort ventilationwith
nospecialhygienerequirements.
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Tocleantheunit,dryitoffwithadrycloth,orusewatermixedwithanonͲcorrosivecleaningmedium.
Anycorrosioni.e.atthefiltersshouldbecleanedoffimmediately,andthesurfacetreated.
Inspecialoperatingconditions,wheretheairisaggressiveorveryhumid,forexample,orwherethereare
specialhygienerequirements,theunitshallbecleanedmorefrequentlyasrequired.
Cleaningmediumandmethodshouldbeadaptedtotherelevant conditions.Anycorrosionshouldbe
cleanedoffimmediately,andthesurfacetreated.
Closingmechanismsaretobelubricatedatleastonceayear.Syntheticdoorhingesareservicefree.Seals
aroundinspectiondoorsaretobecleanedatleastonceayearandaretobecheckedforleakage.
Itisrecommendedtotreatthesealswithamoisturerepellentagent.Connectingpiecesfortheunit
sections,includingtheDiscͲLocktypes,aretobecheckedfortightnessatleastonceayear.
Allsealsaretobeinspectedatleastonceayearandaretoberepairedifnecessary.
Grillesforairintakeandexhaustairoutletaretobecleanedatleastonceayeartopreventblockage.
r.5.2Dampers
Rubbersealsbetweenthedamperbladesthemselvesandbetweenthedamperbladesandtheframeare
tobecheckedonceayear.Thesesealsarenottobelubricatedortreatedinanyotherway.
Eachdamperbladeisconnectedbyapivotingsystem.Thesteelrodsandbrassbushesdonotrequire
lubrication.
Thedamperbladesarefittedwithsyntheticbearingsrequiringnolubrication.AirͲtightnessofthedamper,
whenthedampermotor isintheclosedposition,mustbevisuallycheckedonceayear.Thedampermotor
istobeadjustedifthedamperdoesnotclosetightly.
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r.5.3RotaryheatexchangerDVC
r.5.3.1Rotor
Therotoristobecheckedatleastonceayeartoensurethatitcanturnfreelyandeasily.Thiscanbedone
byremovingthebeltdriveatthemotorandthenturningtherotormanuallywithahandontheperipheral
rotorcasing.Atthesametimethebrushsealsaretobecheckedfordamage.Thebearingsarefactory
lubricatedanddonotrequireanyservicelubrication.Duringoperationtherotorcanbecomedirty.The
rotorcanbecleanedbyblowingthroughwithcompressedair.
Toeaseinspectionandservicetherotorcanbepulledoutofthesizes10,15,20,25og30.
r.5.3.2Motorandbeltdrive
Thebearingsarefactorylubricatedanddonotrequireanyservicelubrication.Thebeltdriveistobe
checkedforcorrecttightnessandthatitisundamaged.OnsmallerAHU,therotorisfittedwithanelastic
beltdriveandsuppliedwithareservebeltontherotor.Thisbeltdrivedoesnotrequireserviceandcannot
beshortened.Anewbeltcanbefittedusingspecialisttools.OnlargerheatexchangerstherotorhasaVͲ
beltwithabeltconnector.Ifthebeltisnolongertight,itmustbeshortenedtoalengthwhichenablesthe
motorbaseframetighteningspringtoholdthebelttight.Ifnewscrewsareusedforthebeltconnector,
theymustnothavealengthwhichexceedsthethicknessofthebeltandconnector.Removetheexcess,if
any,withafile.
r.5.4Crossflowandcounterflowexchanger
Onceayeartheedgesoftheheatexchangerplatesaretobecheckedforcleanlinessanddamage.
Ifthereisdustontheedgesoftheplates,removeitwithasoftbrush.Ifgreaseorothersuchsubstances
arepresent,thentheedgesmustbewashedusinggreasedissolvingdetergents.
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r.5.4.1ByͲpassdamper
Thedamperbladesarefittedwithsyntheticbearingsrequiringnolubrication.Eachdamperbladeis
connectedbyapivotingsystem.Thesteelrodsandbrassbushesdonotrequirelubrication.AirͲtightnessof
thedampers,whenthedampermotor isintheclosedposition,mustbevisuallycheckedonceayear.The
dampermotor istobeadjustedifthedamperdoesnotclosetightly.
r.5.4.2Condensatewaterdrain
Onceayearcleanthedriptraybeneaththeheatexchanger,aswellasthedrainandthewatertrap.
Takecarethatthatthereissufficientwaterinthewatertrap.Ifadropleteliminatorhasbeenfitted,this
mustbecheckedonceayearandcleanedifnecessary.
r.5.5RunǦaroundheatexchangerDVR
AheatrecoverysystemofthistypeconsistsofaheatingcoilinthesupplyairͲflowandacoolingcoilinthe
exhaustairͲflow.Afteranextendedrunningperiod(normallyafewyears)dustparticlescanaccumulateon
thesurfaceofthecoils.Thiscanreducetheefficiencyofthecoils.Cleaningmustbecarriedoutwiththe
utmostcaretoensurethatthecoilfinsarenotdamaged.
Thepipingsystemmustbeventedonceayearasairinthesystemcansignificantlyreducethecapacityof
thecoils.
r.5.5.1Pumpandpressureexpansion
Theserviceinstructionsissuedbythepumpmanufacturermustbefollowed.Thepressureexpansionsystem
mustbecheckedonceayear.Ifnecessary,thepressuremustbeincreasedtothecorrectlevel.
r.5.5.2Condensatewaterdrain
Onceayearcleanthedriptraybeneaththeheatexchanger,aswellasthedrainandthewatertrap.
Takecarethatthatthereissufficientwaterinthewatertrap.Ifadropleteliminatorhasbeenfittedtothe
coolingcoil,thismustbecheckedonceayearandcleanedifnecessary.
r.5.6HeatingcoilDVH,coolingcoilDVKandchangeovercoilDVHK
Afteranextendedrunningperiod(normallyafewyears)dustparticlescanaccumulateonthesurfaceofthe
coil.Thiscanreducetheefficiencyofthecoil.Cleaningmustbecarriedoutwiththeutmost caretoensure
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thatthecoilfinsarenotdamaged.Thepipingsystemmustbeventedonceayearasairinthesystemcan
significantlyreducethecapacityofthecoil.
r.5.6.1Heatingbattery
Checkthatthefrostprotectionsystemisfullyoperational.Abatterymayburstduetofrostifthefrost
protectionsystemisnotoperational.
r.5.6.2Coolingbattery
Onceayearcleanthedriptraybeneaththecoolingcoil,aswellasthedrainandthewatertrap.Takecare
thatthatthereissufficientwaterinthewatertrap.Ifadropleteliminatorhasbeenfittedtothecooling
coil,thismustbecheckedonceayearandcleanedifnecessary.
r.5.6.3Electericheatingbattery
CheckthatthebuiltͲinsafetythermostatwithanautomaticresetfunctionandtheoverheatthermostat
withmanualresettingarefullyoperational.
r.5.7PlugfansDVE
Dustcanaccumulateonthefanimpellerwhichcancauseimbalanceandvibrations.Thefanimpellermust
thereforebecheckedonceayearandcleaned,ifnecessary.AntiͲvibrationmountsandflexibleconnections
shouldbecheckedatthesametime.IftheantiͲvibrationmountsaredamagedinanywaytheymustbe
replaced.
r.5.7.1Motor
Themotor areusuallyfittedwithfactorylubricatedbearingswhichrequirenofurtherlubrication.
Largermotorscanbefittedwithgreasingnipplesandbearingswhichrequireregularlubrication.
Lubricatingthesetypesofbearingsmustbecarriedoutaccordingto themanufacturer’sinstructions.
r.5.8SilencerDVD
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Duringoperationdustparticlescanaccumulateonthesurfaceofthebaffles.Silencersthataredesignedfor
dryandwetcleaningarefittedwithbafflesthatcanbeextractedfromtheunitcasing.Largeinspection
doorsgiveaccesstoeasilyextractionofthebaffles.Bafflesdesignedfordrycleaningcanbecleanedusinga
softbrushortheycanbevacuumcleaned.Bafflesdesignedforwetcleaningcanbewasheddown usinga
softbrushandsoapywater.ThedetergentusedmustbenonͲaggressive.Afterwashing,thebafflesmustbe
wipeddrywithacloth.Remembertocleantheinsidesurfaceoftheunitcasingbeforerefittingthebaffles.
r.5.9OutdoorairsectionDVY
Dustanddirtcanaccumulateinthissection.Largeinspectiondoorsgiveaccessforcleaning.
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r.5.10Heatpumpunit–DVUǦHP
Mandatoryannualcontrolmustbedonebycertifiedtechniciansfromacertifiedcompany.Seefurther
descriptioninannex10and11.
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s.Instructionsdesignedtoenableadjustmentandmaintenancetobe
carriedoutsafely,includingtheprotectivemeasuresthatshouldbetaken
duringtheseoperations
s.1.Protectivemeasuresandadditionalprotectivemeasures
Adjustmentandmaintenancemustbedonebyskilledtechnicians–usuallybasedonservicecontractsfor
someyearsorlongͲtermESCOcontracts.
Theunitsareprovidedwithguardstoavoidunintendedhazardsandinjurybecauseofrotatingpartsinthe
unit.Thepotentialsourcesofharmarethefanswithfastrotatingimpellers.Hazardsfromtheimpellers
areobviousduringoperation,butwhenpoweriscutͲoff,theimpellersarestillpotentialhazardsdueto
afterͲrunforatleast20seconds.NoticethatevencutͲofftheimpellersarestillpotentialhazards.
Thefanguard’saretheinspectiondoorsandthedoorsareprovidedwithlocks.Insidethedoorsare
additionalprotectioninstalled–guardsthatonlycanberemovedbyuseoftools.
OthermotorͲdrivenpartsaredamperswithdampermotorsandrotaryheatexchangers,butthemovement
issoslowthatguardmeasuresarenotnecessary.Justkeepyourhandsawayfromplaceswithriskofinjury.
Useparticulaterespiratorwhenfiltersarereplaced.
s.1.1NecessaryprotectionmeasurespriortostartǦup.
EnsurethatallprotectionmeasuresareinstalledcorrectbeforestartͲup.
s.1.1.1Designofprotectionmeasures
Insidethedoorsareadditionalprotectioninstalled–guardsthatonlycanberemovedbyuseoftools.
s.1.1.2Configurationoffrequencyconverterswithinstalledguard
Afrequencyconverterismountedbesidethefaninsomeunits.Iftheconfigurationoffrequencyiscarried
outwiththefaninoperation,theguardmustbeinstalledforsafetyreasonsandalongcablemustbe
installedbetweenthefrequencyconverterinsidetheunitandthecontrolpaneloutsidetheunit.
s.1.2Safeadjustmentandmaintenance
Beforemaintenanceandrepair,theunitmustbeswitchedoffbyswitchingofftheautomaticcircuit
breakersandblockthembypadlocks.TheautomaticcircuitbreakersaremarkedF1toF4.Seethe
illustrationbelowabouthowtoplaceapadlockoneachautomaticcircuitbreaker.Checkthatthe
automaticcircuitbreakermarkedF5isstillswitchedonbecausethelampsinsidetheunit,andonlythose
lamps,areconnectedtothisswitch.Switchonthelampsforlightduringthemaintenanceactivities(note
thatthelampsareanaccessory–onlyinstalled,ifordered).
UsecutͲresistantglovesforprotectionagainstinjuryfromsharpmetalplateedges.UseCEͲmarkedgloves
forthispurpose.Usehelmetduringmaintenanceworkintheunit.
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s.1.3Personalprotectiveequipmentformaintenancestaff–healthandsafety
UsethebelowͲmentionedpersonalprotectiveequipmentformaintenance:
x CutͲresistantglovesforprotectionagainstinjuryfromsharpmetalplateedges.UseCEͲmarked
glovesforthispurpose.
x Helmet
x Particulaterespirator–maintenancefreeincludingfoamfaceͲsealandadjustablepreͲthreaded
headbands–forreplacingfilters.
x Padlockforlockingtheabovementionedautomaticcircuitbreakers.
x Permanentmagnetmotor.Theshaftmustbeblockedduringrepairsandmaintenanceofthe
electricsystem(themotorgenerateselectricitybyrotation–forexamplethatthewindand
thermicdrivesthefan/motor).
t.Thespecificationsofthesparepartstobeused,whentheseaffectthe
healthandsafetyofoperators
DVandTIMEunitsareoperatingautomatically.OperatorscancontroltheunitbytheSystemaircontrol
panel.
t.1SparepartsǦMechanical
Annexe3Ͳavailableondemand
t.2SparepartsǦElectrical
Annexe3–availableondemand
u.Informationonairbornenoiseemissionsexceeding70dB(A)
Duetothedesignandconstructionoftheunitsthe(A)weighedsoundpressurelevelfromfansandother
componentsdonotexceed70dB(A)outsidetheunits.
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Overviewofannexes
Annexes1,2,3,13and14areenclosedinaseparatecover.
Annex1Declarationofconformitywithuniqueproductionnumber.
Printedonseparatepageanddeliveredwitheveryunit.Enclosedinseparatecover.
Annex2Technicaldata–uniquedataforeveryunit
Printedonseparatepagesanddeliveredwitheveryunit.Enclosedinseparatecover.
Annex3sparepartlists
Printedonseparatepagesbutnotdeliveredwitheveryunit.Availableondemand.
Annex4Assemblebaseframes–height150mmforunitsinthesizes10Ǧ40
Annex5Assemblebaseframes–height150mmforunitsinthesizes50Ǧ150
Annex6Assemblebaseframes–height250mmforunitsinthesizes10Ǧ40
Annex7Assemblebaseframes–height250mmforunitsinthesizes50Ǧ150
Annex8Installationofsteelroofinthesizes10Ǧ150
Annex9Rotaryexchanger–speedcontrolandassemblyofdividedrotor
Annex10Heatpumpunit–DVUǦHP
Annex11Menuforinternalcontrollerintheheatpumpunit
Annex12ConnectionoffanmotorandsetǦupmanualforDanfossVLTFC101
frequencyconverter
Annex13Commissioningprotocol–proposal(receiptforhandǦover)
Printedonseparatepagesanddeliveredwitheveryunit.Enclosedinseparatecover
Annex14ReportwithdatafromthefinalfunctionaltestontheSystemairfactory
Printedonseparatepagesanddeliveredwitheveryunit.Enclosedinseparatecover.
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Annex15Shortdescriptionofmaincomponentsincontrolsystem
Annex16Wiringdiagram
Annex17Operator’sguide(howtousetheSystemaircontrolpanel)
Aseparatemanualon12pagesdeliveredwitheveryunit.Thismanualassiststheeverydayuser/operator
abouthowtocontroltheunitbynavigatingthemenusbythebuttonsandthedisplay.Enclosedinseparate
cover.
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Assemblebaseframes–height150mmforunitssizes
10Ǧ40
A=Corner
B=Splice
C=Lengthprofile
D=Widthprofile
4—1
4.1Baseframelength720–2420[mm]Unitsize10Ǧ40
WidthprofiletypeD
Unitsize
DVͲ10
DVͲ15
DVͲ20
DVͲ25
DVͲ30
DVͲ40
Quantity
2
2
2
2
2
2
C
Framelength[mm]
700Ͳ770
770Ͳ920
920Ͳ1070
1070Ͳ1220
1220Ͳ1370
1370Ͳ1520
1520Ͳ1670
1670Ͳ1820
1820Ͳ1970
1970Ͳ2120
2120Ͳ2270
2270Ͳ2420
Length[mm]
876
1026
1176
1326
1476
1626
Quantity
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
A
Length [mm]
520
670
820
970
1120
1270
1420
1570
1720
1870
2020
2170
Quantity
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4—2
4.2Baseframelength2420–4590[mm]Unitsize10Ǧ40
WidthprofiletypeD
Unitsize
DVͲ10
DVͲ15
DVͲ20
DVͲ25
DVͲ30
DVͲ40
Quantity
3
3
3
3
3
3
Length[mm]
876
1026
1176
1326
1476
1626
C1
Framelength[mm]
2420-2570
2570-2640
2640-2790
2790-2940
2940-3090
3090-3240
3240-3390
3390-3540
3540-3690
3690-3840
3840-3990
3990-4140
4140-4290
4290-4440
4440-4590
C2
Quantity Length [mm]
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1120
1270
1270
1270
1420
1420
1570
1570
1720
1720
1870
1870
2020
2020
2170
A
Quantity
Length [mm]
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1200
1200
1270
1420
1420
1570
1570
1720
1720
1870
1870
2020
2020
2170
2170
B
Quantity Quantity
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
4—3
4.3Baseframelength4590–6200[mm]Unitsize10Ǧ40
WidthprofiletypeD
Unitsize
Quantity
Length[mm]
DV-10
DV-15
DV-20
DV-25
DV-30
DV-40
4
4
4
4
4
4
876
1026
1176
1326
1476
1626
C1
C2
C3
A
Framelength
[mm]
Quantity
Length
[mm]
Quantity
Length [mm]
Number
Length
[mm]
4590-4740
4740-4890
4890-5040
5040-5110
5110-5260
5260-5410
5410-5560
5560-5710
5710-5860
5860-6010
6010-6160
6160-6200
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1420
1570
1720
1720
1720
1720
1870
1870
1870
2020
2020
2020
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1500
1570
1500
1720
1720
1720
1720
1870
1870
1870
2020
2020
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1570
1500
1570
1500
1570
1720
1720
1720
1870
1870
1870
2020
B
Qty Qty
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4—4
Assemblebaseframes–height150mmforunitssizes
50Ǧ150
A=Corner
B=Splice
C=Spacer
D=Lengthprofile
E=Spacerprofile
F=Widthprofile
5—1
5.1Baseframelength720–2420[mm]Unitsize50ǦDV150
WidthprofiletypeF
Unitsize
Quantity
Length[mm]
DV-50
DV-60
DV-80
DV-100
DV-120
DV-150
2
2
2
2
2
2
2020
2170
2170
2370
2590
2890
D
A
Framelength[mm]
Quantity
Length [mm]
Quantity
700-770
770-920
920-1070
1070-1220
1220-1370
1370-1520
1520-1670
1670-1820
1820-1970
1970-2120
2120-2270
2270-2420
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
520
670
820
970
1120
1270
1420
1570
1720
1870
2020
2170
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
5—2
5.2Baseframelength2420–4590[mm]Unitsize50Ǧ150
WidthprofiletypeF
WidthprofiletypeE
Unitsize
Quantity
Length [mm]
Length[mm]
DV-50
DV-60
DV-80
DV-100
DV-120
DV-150
2
2
2
2
2
2
2020
2170
2170
2370
2590
2890
940
1015
1015
1115
1225
1375
D1
Framelength Quantity
[mm]
2420-2570
2570-2640
2640-2790
2790-2940
2940-3090
3090-3240
3240-3390
3390-3540
3540-3690
3690-3840
3840-3990
3990-4140
4140-4290
4290-4440
4440-4590
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
D2
Length Quantity
[mm]
1120
1270
1270
1270
1420
1420
1570
1570
1720
1720
1870
1870
2020
2020
2170
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
A
Length Quantity
[mm]
1200
1200
1270
1420
1420
1570
1570
1720
1720
1870
1870
2020
2020
2170
2170
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
B
C
E
Quantity Quantity Quantity
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
5—3
5.3Baseframelength4590–6200[mm]Unitsize50Ǧ150
WidthprofiletypeF
WidthprofiletypeE
Unitsize
Quantity
Length [mm]
Length[mm]
DV-50
DV-60
DV-80
DV-100
DV-120
DV-150
2
2
2
2
2
2
2020
2170
2170
2370
2590
2890
940
1015
1015
1115
1225
1375
D1
D2
D3
A
B
C
E
Frame
length
[mm]
Qty
Length
[mm]
Qty
Length [mm]
Qty
Length [mm]
Qty
Qtyl
Qty
Qty
4590-4740
4740-4890
4890-5040
5040-5110
5110-5260
5260-5410
5410-5560
5560-5710
5710-5860
5860-6010
6010-6160
6160-6200
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1420
1570
1720
1720
1720
1720
1870
1870
1870
2020
2020
2020
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1500
1570
1500
1720
1720
1720
1720
1870
1870
1870
2020
2020
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1570
1500
1570
1500
1570
1720
1720
1720
1870
1870
1870
2020
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
5—4
Assemblebaseframes–height250mmforunitssizes
10Ǧ40
A=Corner
B=Splice
C=Lengthprofile
D=Spacerprofile
E=Widthprofile
6—1
6.1Baseframelength720–2420[mm]Unitsize10Ǧ40
WidthprofiletypeE
Unitsize
Quantity
Length[mm]
DV-10
DV-15
DV-20
DV-25
DV-30
DV-40
2
2
2
2
2
2
870
1020
1170
1320
1470
1620
C
A
Framelength[mm]
Quantity
Length [mm]
Quantity
700-770
770-920
920-1070
1070-1220
1220-1370
1370-1520
1520-1670
1670-1820
1820-1970
1970-2120
2120-2270
2270-2420
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
520
670
820
970
1120
1270
1420
1570
1720
1870
2020
2170
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
6—2
6.2Baseframelength2420–4590[mm]Unitsize10Ǧ40
WidthprofiletypeE
Spacerprofiletype
D
Unitsize
Quantity
Length [mm]
Length[mm]
DV-10
DV-15
DV-20
DV-25
DV-30
DV-40
2
2
2
2
2
2
870
1020
1170
1320
1470
1620
870
1020
1170
1320
1470
1620
C1
C2
A
B
D
Qty
Framelength[mm]
Quantity
Length [mm]
Quantity
Length [mm]
Qty
Qty
2420-2570
2570-2640
2640-2790
2790-2940
2940-3090
3090-3240
3240-3390
3390-3540
3540-3690
3690-3840
3840-3990
3990-4140
4140-4290
4290-4440
4440-4590
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1120
1270
1270
1270
1420
1420
1570
1570
1720
1720
1870
1870
2020
2020
2170
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1200
1200
1270
1420
1420
1570
1570
1720
1720
1870
1870
2020
2020
2170
2170
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
6—3
6.3Baseframelength4590–6200[mm]Unitsize10Ǧ40
WidthprofiletypeE
Spacerprofiletype
D
Unitsize
Quantity
Length [mm]
Length[mm]
DV-10
DV-15
DV-20
DV-25
DV-30
DV-40
2
2
2
2
2
2
870
1020
1170
1320
1470
1620
870
1020
1170
1320
1470
1620
C1
C2
C3
A B D
Framelength[mm] Qty Length[mm] Qty Length [mm] Qty Length [mm] Qty Qty Qty
4590-4740
4740-4890
4890-5040
5040-5110
5110-5260
5260-5410
5410-5560
5560-5710
5710-5860
5860-6010
6010-6160
6160-6200
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1420
1570
1720
1720
1720
1720
1870
1870
1870
2020
2020
2020
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1500
1570
1500
1720
1720
1720
1720
1870
1870
1870
2020
2020
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1570
1500
1570
1500
1570
1720
1720
1720
1870
1870
1870
2020
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
6—4
Assemblebaseframes–height250mmforunitssizes
50Ǧ150
A=Corner
C=Splice
B=Splice
D=Spacer
E=Lengthprofile
F=Spacerprofile
G=Widthprofile
7.1Baseframelength720–2420[mm]Unitsize50Ǧ150
WidthprofiletypeG
Unitsize
Quantity
Length[mm]
DV-50
DV-60
DV-80
DV-100
DV-120
DV-150
2
2
2
2
2
2
1920
2070
2070
2270
2490
2790
A
B
Framelength[mm]
Quantity
E
Length [mm]
Quantity
Quantity
700-770
770-920
920-1070
1070-1220
1220-1370
1370-1520
1520-1670
1670-1820
1820-1970
1970-2120
2120-2270
2270-2420
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
520
670
820
970
1120
1270
1420
1570
1720
1870
2020
2170
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
7.2Baseframelength2420–4590[mm]Unitsize50Ǧ150
WidthprofiletypeG
SpacerprofiletypeF
Unitsize
Quantity
Length [mm]
Length[mm]
DV-50
DV-60
DV-80
DV-100
DV-120
DV-150
2
2
2
2
2
2
1920
2070
2070
2270
2490
2790
935
1010
1010
1110
1220
1370
Framelength[mm]
Qty
Length
[mm]
Qty
2420-2570
2570-2640
2640-2790
2790-2940
2940-3090
3090-3240
3240-3390
3390-3540
3540-3690
3690-3840
3840-3990
3990-4140
4140-4290
4290-4440
4440-4590
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1120
1270
1270
1270
1420
1420
1570
1570
1720
1720
1870
1870
2020
2020
2170
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
C1
C2
A
B
C
D
F
Length [mm]
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
1200
1200
1270
1420
1420
1570
1570
1720
1720
1870
1870
2020
2020
2170
2170
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
7.3Baseframelength4590–6200[mm]Unitsize50Ǧ150
WidthprofiletypeG
SpacerprofiletypeF
Unitsize
Quantity
Length [mm]
Length[mm]
DV-50
DV-60
DV-80
DV-100
DV-120
DV-150
2
2
2
2
2
2
1920
2070
2070
2270
2490
2790
935
1010
1010
1110
1220
1370
E1
E2
E3
A
B
C
D
F
Frame
length
[mm]
Qty
Length
[mm]
Qty
Length [mm]
Qty
Length [mm]
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
4590-4740
4740-4890
4890-5040
5040-5110
5110-5260
5260-5410
5410-5560
5560-5710
5710-5860
5860-6010
6010-6160
6160-6200
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1420
1570
1720
1720
1720
1720
1870
1870
1870
2020
2020
2020
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1500
1570
1500
1720
1720
1720
1720
1870
1870
1870
2020
2020
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1570
1500
1570
1500
1570
1720
1720
1720
1870
1870
1870
2020
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Installationofsteelroofinthesizes10Ǧ150
8.1Overview
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
MountrailsA1,B2,C3,D4,E5ontheunitforsupportoftrapezoidalroofplates(mountalsorailsY
andZonunitsofthesize30andonunitsthatarelargerthansize30longitudinallyatthecentreͲ
lineoftheunits).
Placefoambands–P–onthehorizontalrailsA1,B2,C3andD4forsupportofroofplates.
Calculateoverhangoftheroofatbothendsoftheunitandmountroofoverhangprofile–G1on
thefirsttrapezoidalroofplate–F1beforetheroofplateismounted.
PlaceandmountroofplatesF1,F2,F3andsoon.
Rememberfoambandsonthesidelapsbetweenroofplatestopreventrainwaterfrompassing
through.
Placeroofoverhangprofile–G5attheotherendoftheunitbeforethelastroofplateismounted.
Mountsidesandcornersontheroof.
ApplysealingwhereplatesarejoinedtoensurewaterresistanceͲeveninstormyweather.
8.2Mountrails.Unitsofsize10,15,20,and25
SqueezesealantinsufficientquantitybetweentheundersideoftherailsA1,B2,C3,D4,E5andthe
horizontaltopsideoftheunitbeforetherailsaremounted.Thismeansthattherailsarestandingon
sealanttoachievethetightestconnectionbetweenrailsandunittopreventrainwaterfrompassingunder
therailsandintotheunit.MounttherailsA1andB2onthefrontside(thesidewiththeinspectiondoors)–
usethesimpleselfͲdrillingscrewswithoutthesealingwasher–seetheillustrationofthescrewbelow.
Note:RailB2fitsintotherailA1,andthisofferstheadvantagethattherailB2canbeslidinsidetherailA1
toadjustthelengthofrailB2accuratelytothelengthoftheunit.Inthiswayitisnotnecessarytospend
timeandeffortcuttingtherailB2.
MountthelowerrailsC3andD4onthebacksideoftheunit.
Note:RailD4fitsintotherailC3,andthisofferstheadvantagethattherailD4canbeslidinsidetherailC3
toadjustthelengthofrailD4accuratelytothelengthoftheunit.Inthiswayitisnotnecessarytospend
timeandeffortoncuttingtherailD4.
Mountverticalrail–E5Ͳwiththeroofslopeateachendoftheunit
Itisimportanttoplaceascrewineachhole–eventhoughthenumberofholesforscrewsseemstobe
verylarge,ascrewineachholeisnecessaryasthestressontheroofduringstormyweatherisextremely
high.
8.3Mountrails.Unitsofsize30andunitslargerthansize30.
Onunitsofsize30andonunitsthatarelargerthansize30,railsA1,B2,C3,D4,E5mustbemountedonthe
unitforsupportoftrapezoidalroofplates,butalsorailsYandZmustbemountedlongitudinallyatthe
centreͲlineoftheunitstoholdthetrapezoidalroofplates.
SqueezesealantinsufficientquantitybetweentheundersideoftherailsA1,B2,C3,D4,E5andthe
horizontaltopsideoftheunitbeforetherailsaremounted.Thismeansthattherailsarestandingon
sealanttoachievethetightestconnectionbetweenrailsandunittopreventrainwaterfrompassingunder
therailsandintotheunit.MounttherailsA1andB2onthefrontside(thesidewiththeinspectiondoors)–
usethesimpleselfdrillingscrewswithoutthesealingwasher–seetheillustrationofthescrewbelow.
Note:RailB2fitsintotherailA1,andthisofferstheadvantagethattherailB2canbeslidinsidetherailA1
toadjustthelengthofrailB2accuratelytothelengthoftheunit.Inthiswayitisnotnecessarytospend
timeandeffortcuttingtherailB2.
MountthelowerrailsC3andD4onthebacksideoftheunit.
Note:RailD4fitsintotherailC3,andthisofferstheadvantagethattherailD4canbeslidinsidetherailC3
toadjustthelengthofrailD4accuratelytothelengthoftheunit.Inthiswayitisnotnecessarytospend
timeandeffortcuttingtherailD4.
Mountverticalrail–E5Ͳwiththeroofslopeateachendoftheunit.
MounttherailsYandZontheunitwiththecentreͲlineoftherailsexactlyoverthecentreͲlineoftheunit.
Itislongitudinalonthemiddleoftheunitstoholdthetrapezoidalroofplates.
Notice,thatrailZfitsoverthelowerrailY,andthisofferstheadvantagethattherailZcanbeslidedonthe
railYtoadjustthelengthofrailZaccuratelytothelengthoftheunit.Inthiswayitisnotnecessarytospent
timeandeffortoncuttingtherailZ.
Itisimportanttoplaceascrewineachhole–eventhoughthenumberofholesforscrewsseemstobe
verylarge,ascrewineachholeisnecessaryasthestressontheroofduringstormyweatherisextremely
high.
8.4Roofoverhangalongthelongsidesoftheunit
Theroofplatesarelongerthanthewidthoftheunittoensuresufficientoverhangalongthesidesofthe
unit.
Theoverhangis100mmalongeachsideofthesmallestunit–size10.
Theoverhangis150mmalongeachsideoftheunits–size15,20,25.
Theoverhangis175mmalongeachsideofthebiggestunits–includingsize30.
8.5Calculationoftheoverhangattheendsoftheunit.Mountoverhangprofile–G1.
Theroofmustbebetween200and400mmlongerthanthelengthoftheunittosecurearoofoverhang
between100mmand200mmattheeachofthe2endsoftheunit,andthelengthofthisoverhangmust
becalculatedbeforethefirstroofplateismounted.
Theunitisdeliveredwith2similaroverhangprofilesͲG1andG5Ͳoneforeachendoftheroof.Mountone
ofthe2roofoverhangprofiles–Gonatrapezoidalroofplate.Usetheselfdrilling,paintedscrewswith
sealingwashersͲWͲseetheillustration.
Note:FoambandsͲP–arenecessarybetweentheoverhangprofileG1andtheroofplateF1.Seethe
illustration.
SelfͲdrilling,paintedscrewssuppliedwithsealingwasherforthemountingofthetrapezoidalplatetothe
roofoverhangprofile.
Thetotalcoverwidthofthetrapezoidalroofplatesalwayschangeswiththepitchof207mmbetweenthe
trapezoidalribs,makingupatotallengthofthecompleteroofofͲforexample2070mm,2277mm,2484
mmandsoon.WecallthislengthofthetotalroofforRLandwecallthetotallengthofthecompleteunit
forAL. Thetrapezoidalroofmustalwaysbelongerthantheunit,toobtainareasonableoverhangcalled–
XXͲoftheroofatbothends.
Inthetablebelowyouwillfind40differentlengthsofroofs(alwayschangingwiththe207mm)andthe
lengthsofunitsthatareidealforeachofthe39alternativerooflengths.
Measurethetotallength–ALoftheunit–forexample5metresbetweenthe4982and5182mm
mentionedinthetablebelow.
AHUlength Roof
AHUlength Roof
AHUlength
Roof
length
length
length
AL
AL
AL
RL
RL
RL
1670–
1870
2100
4568–4768 4970
7466–7666
8045
1877–
2077
2305
4775–4975 5175
7673–7873
8250
2084–
2284
2510
4982–5182 5380
7880–8080
8455
2291–
2491
2715
5189–5389 5585
8087–8287
8660
2498–
2698
2920
5396–5596 5790
8294–8494
8865
2705–
2905
3125
5603–5803 5995
8501–8701
9070
2912–
3112
3330
5810–6010 6200
8708–8908
9275
3119–
3319
3535
6017–6217 6405
8915–9115
9480
3326–
3526
3740
6224–6424 6610
9122–9322
9685
3533–
3733
3945
6431–6631 6815
9329–9529
9890
3740–
3940
4150
6638–6838 7020
9536–9736
10095
3947–
4147
4355
6845–7045 7430
9743–9943
10143
4154–
4354
4560
7052–7252 7635
4361Ͳ4561 4765
7259Ͳ7459 7840
Thementionedlengthofroof–RLͲforthislengthofunitis5380mm(thedeliveredtrapezoidalplatescan
becombinedtothislengthͲRL=5380mm).5380mmminus5000mmis380mmoverhangforbothends,
and380/2mm=190mmistheoverhangforeachend.PlacethetrapezoidalroofplateF1withtheroof
overhangprofileG1onrailEwithanoverhangof190mm.
8.6Foambandsbetweenrailsandroofplates–mountroofplates.
PlacefoambandsPbetweenprofilesA1,B2,C3,D4androofplates.
ThetrapezoidalroofplatesaremountedwiththeselfͲdrilling,paintedscrewssuppliedwithsealingwasher.
8.7Foambandsbetweenroofplates
MounttheselfͲadhesivefoamband–OͲontheunderlappingribforwaterresistantandeffectivesealing
duetothesmallslopeoftheroof.
8.8Mountroofplates–someofthemareoverlappingby2ribs
Thewidthofeachplateisalways1.035mmandsomeoftheplateshavetooverlapby2ribstoachievethe
optimaltotallengthofthewholeroof—seetheillustrationabove.
8.9Mountoverhangprofile–G5ontheotherendoftheunit.
Whenthelasttrapezoidalplate(inthisexampleF5)hasbeenplacedontheunit,thesecondroofoverhang
profileG5mustbepushedunderthetrapezoidalroofplateandmountedwiththeselfͲdrilling,painted
screwwithsealingwasher.Mountingmustbesimilartothemountingofroofoverhangprofileunderthe
trapezoidalroofplateattheotherendoftheunit.
8.10Mountsideprofilesandcornersalongtheedgesoftherooftoprotectpersons
ProfilesNandOwiththerectangularholesareforthelongandlowersideoftheroofbecauseraincan
escapethroughtheholes.MounttheprofilestypeNfirstandtheprofileOlastbecausetheprofileOgoes
overtheprofileN.Mountedinthisorder,theprofileOcanmatchtheendoftheroofandthesurplus
lengthoftheprofileOwilljustcoverpartofthepreviousprofileN.MounttheprofilesLandMalongthe
longandhigherfrontsideoftheroof.Mountthe4protectioncorners.
8.11Applysealingonplatejointstoensurewaterresistance.
Finishinstallationofthesteelroofbysealingallplatejointswithsiliconetopreventrainwaterfrompassing
intotheunit.Seeexamplesbelowofjointstobesealed.
Speedcontrolforrotorandassemblyofdividedrotor
9.1Speedcontrol
Thecabinetwiththespeedcontrolsystemfortherotorisinstalledbehindtheinspectiondoorintherotor
section.
Thecabinetcontainsthespeedcontrollerwithallcomponents,terminalblocks,LEDdisplayingthe
operationmode,thedualpositionDIPswitchwith4slidingleversforprogrammingtherotormotorsignal
andabuttonfortheactivationofthetestmode.
Throughthedifferentcombinationsofthe4slidingleversofthisdualpositionDIPswitch,thecorrectsignal
isavailableforthe3differentmotorsusedforthe14sizesofairhandlingunits.Theslidingleversareset
andthefunctionischeckedatthefactory.Thepositionsoftheleversappearfromthetablesbelow.
9.1.1Selectionofcorrectsignalviathe4DIPswitchlevers
The4DIPswitchlevers
Position Function
Code
Up
Down
1
0
Active=ON
Deactivated=OFF
Thefactorysetsthepositionsofthe4DIPswitchleversforthemaximumof10revolutionsperminute
forstandardtemperatureexchangersandforhygroscopicexchangers.ThepositionofeachDIPswitch
leverisshownbelow.
DV
Diameterof DIPswitchposition Motor
pulley
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
80
100
120
150
190
240
50
50
50
65
65
65
71
80
85
95
106
112
132
140
0000
90TYDͲS214ͲM2.8Nm
1000
0100
120TYDͲS214ͲM5.5Nm
0010
120TYDͲS214ͲL7.5Nm
Thefactorysetsthepositionsofthe4DIPswitchleversforthemaximumof20revolutionsperminute
forsorptionexchangers.ThepositionofeachDIPswitchleverisshownbelow.
DV
Diameterof DIPswitchposition Motor
pulley
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
80
100
120
150
190
240
50
87
87
107
107
107
118
118
140
150
150
160
160
160
1000
0100
90TYDͲS214ͲM2.8Nm
120TYDͲS214ͲM5.5Nm
1100
1010
0110
120TYDͲS214ͲL7.5Nm
9.1.2IndicationofoperationmodeviaredandgreenLEDaswellastestofmotor
TheLEDisinthecoverofthecabinet.
LEDindication
Value
Noindication
Poweroff
Green
Ordinaryoperation
Green–flashes
Readyforoperation
Constantgreenandredindicationforactivatedrotor Magnetontherotorhasactivatedrotorguard
guard
Constantgreenandfastredflashes
Restartsequenceactive
Red
Rotorguardhasnotbeenactivated
Numberofredflashesinseries Value
1
Outputcurrentlimit
2
Overvoltage
3
Undervoltage
4
Failureinthecontroller
5
Communicationfailure
Restartofrotor:
Ͳ Switchoffpowerandswitchonpoweragain
or
Ͳ Pressthetestbuttoninsidethecabinet
Testofmotorbycheckingtheresistanceinall3vindings
Motorsizes
Ohm
90TYDͲS214ͲM
40ɏ
120TYDͲS214ͲM 18ɏ
120TYDͲS214ͲL
10ɏ
Settingofconstantspeed:
Ͳ SetfourthDIPswitchleverinpositionͲON
Test:
Ͳ SetfourthDIPswitchleverinposition–ON
Ͳ Pressthetestbutton
9.1.3Copyofthelabelwithinformationaboutconnectionofcables
ThisselfͲadhesivelabelisalwaysplacedonthecoverofthecabinet.ThetextisalwaysinEnglish.
9.2AssembletheSystemaircasingforDV60,DV80,DV100,DV120ogDV150
Size
DV60
DV80
DV100
DV120
DV150
A
2170
2320
2520
2890
3040
B
1640
1790
1940
2090
2240
C
520
588
588
558
558
A1
Size
DV60
DV80
DV100
DV120
DV150
A1
Quantity
4
4
4
4
4
Length (mm)
1014
1164
1314
1464
1614
B1
B5
B4
B2
B3
Size
DV60
DV80
DV100
DV120
DV150
B5
Number #
2
12100510
Size
DV150
B1
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
#
10122310
10122610
10122710
10122810
10122910
B2
Quantity
Ͳ
4
4
4
4
#
Ͳ
11200400
11200410
12100410
11200420
B3
Quantity
Ͳ
4
4
4
4
#
Ͳ
21000200
21000210
21000230
21000220
B4
Quantity #
1
10722310
1
10722610
1
10722710
1
10722810
1
10722910
Size
DV60
DV80
DV100
DV120
DV150
A
2170
2320
2520
2890
3040
C
520
588
588
558
558
D
2240
2540
2840
3140
3440
9.3AssembledividedrotorforDV60,DV80,DV100,DV120ogDV150
9.4AssembledividedrotorforDV190ogDV240
9.5Installationofmotorthatturnsrotorandsensorforrotation
InstallationofrotormotorandsensorforcontrolofrotationinDVC
moduleafterassemblyofdividedrotor
Fig.1
Fig.2
Fig. 2
BydeliveryofaDVCmodulewith
dividedrotor,themotorisinstalled
beforedeliverytothecustomer
Fig.3
Fig.4
Fig.5
Fig. 3, 4 and 5
Themotorandconsoleissecuredto
themotorplateby4shockabsorbers
mountedbyM8bolts.
Fig.6
Fig. 2 og 6
Thedrivebeltmustbeplacedaround
therotorandinthecenterposition
oftherotor.Observebracketsfor
assemblyoftherotorsegments.
Fig. 7 and 8
.Sensorforcontrolofrotationmust
beinstalledbytheinstaller.The
distancemustbe1Ͳ4mmfromthe
outmostbracketsusedforthe
assemblyoftherotorsegments.
Fig.8
1Ͳ4mm
Fig.9
Fig. 9
Pleasebeawareoftheheightofthe
bracketsthatareusedforthe
assemblyoftherotorsegments.
Pleaseturntherotortocheckthe
sensordonottouchanyofthe
brackets.
Reversibleheatpumpunitforcoolingandheating
10.1DVUǦHPsection(reversibleheatpumpunit)
Theairhandlingunitsection–DVUͲHP–isaseparatesectionintheairhandlingunit,containinga
completestandͲalonereversibleheatpumpsystem(heatingandcooling).Thesystemhasbeentestedand
optimizedbeforedelivery.Therefrigerantisevaporatedandcondenseddirectlyintheintegratedbatteries
andthecapacityiscontrolledautomaticallyandsteplesslybetween5and100%.
ThesystemisdeliveredwiththerefrigerantRͲ410ainthecircuit.InthesectionaninternalcontrollerͲ
pCOOEMͲandacompletesystemcontrolallsafetyfunctionsaswellasthecapacityofthedigitalscroll
compressor(digitalcompressorandadditionalon/offcompressorinthelargerunitsDV20–DV80).The
systemcreatesexactlythecapacityrequestedbythemainairhandlingunitcontrollerviaa0Ͳ10VDC
controlsignal.Whenademandforheatingorcoolingoccurs,themainairhandlingunitcontrollersendsa
startsignalforheatingorastartsignalforcoolingaswellasacapacitysignal0Ͳ10VDCtotheinternal
controllerinthissection.Whenthesignalexceeds1.6VDC,thedigitalcompressorstarts.AfterstartͲup
thecapacityisregulatedbetween5and50%bythedigitalscrollcompressorͲC1andQ6Ͳinthe
illustrationbelow.Whenmorethan50%ofthecapacityisdemanded,thecontrolsignalexceeds5.0VDC
andthesecondcompressor,C2starts.Thenthecapacityofthedigitalcompressorisreducedtothe
minimumandwithincreasingdemandgraduallyincreasedto100%capacity.Thereversesequencesare
activatedbydecliningdemanduntilthedemandislessthan5%.Ifthecontrolsignalisbelow0.5VDC,the
systemwillstop.
Afullenvelopecontrolsystemintheinternalcontrolsystempreventsoperationthatexceedssafe
conditionsforanyofthecomponents.Signalsfromthehighandlowpressuretransmitters,K3andK4,
contributewithinformationtoensuremaximumperformancewithoutexceedingthesetvalueandthereby
preventsafetyswitchesfortheHPandLP,K1andK2fromdisconnectingcoolingorheating.Thissystem
ensuresmaximumperformanceunderthegivenflowsandtemperaturesofsupplyairandexhaustair.
Thesystemincludes2electronicexpansionvalves.OneforheatingmodeͲQ3,andoneforcoolingmodeͲ
Q2.SuperheatiscontrolledbythebuildͲincontrollerandisbasedonsignalshowingtheevaporating
pressuremeasuredbyLPtransmitterandtemperaturesensorplacedinthecommonsuctionlineatthe
compressorconsole.Thisensuresaveryaccurateandefficientperformanceofthesystemunderall
operatingconditions.
A4ͲwayvalveQ1changesthefunctionofthesystembetweenheatingandcoolingmode.
Theevaporator(condenserincoolingmode)ontheDVUͲHPunitisplacedintheextractairflowafterthe
rotaryheatexchanger.Thismakesitpossibletoutilizetheheatexchangerinboothheatingandcooling
modeforrecoveryofenergy.Thiswillminimizethepowerconsumptionofthecompressorsystem.
Aheatingelementhasbeeninstalledbelowtheevaporatorinthedriptraytopreventicebuildupduring
heatingoperation.
Duringheatingoperation,itisnecessarytodeicetheevaporatorintheexhaustairwhenoperatingatlow
outdoortemperatures.Intheintegratedcontrolsystem,thereisanadvancedsoftwarefunctiontodetect
theicebuildͲup.WhenicebuildͲupisatacertainlevel,adeicingcycleisinitiated.Duringthiscycle,the
refrigerationsystemwillreversetobringenergytothecoilintheexhaustair,tomelttheice.Oncethe
controlsystemdetectsthaticeisgone,thesystemreturnstonormalheatingoperation.Averyquickand
efficientcycle.
10.1.1DVUͲHP–Heatpumpcircuit
10.1.2DVUͲHPͲElectricaldocumentation
Wiringdiagramfortheintegratedcontrolsystemisavailableinaseparatedocument.
Atpowerup,2ͲsegmentLEDdisplaywilllightupwithmovingdotsuntilcontrolleranddisplayisreadyfor
operation.
10—1
10.1.3Controlsignals
Signal:
Start(Heatmode)
Coolingdemand
Capacity
Alarm
Terminals:
X5;18Ͳ19
X5;16Ͳ17
X5;10Ͳ11
X5;25Ͳ26
Electrical:
Potentialfreecontact
Potentialfreecontact
10:gnd.11:0Ͳ10VDC
Potentialfreecontact
10.2DVUǦHPǦinternalcontrollerforthecompressorsystem
ControlpanelpGD1placedinsidetheintegratedcontrolcabinet
Thecontrolpanelhas6buttonswiththefollowingfunctions
ͲAlarm
Displaythelistofactivealarms
Manuallyresetalarms
ͲPrg
Accesstheservicemenu
ͲEsc
Returntothepreviousscreen
ͲUp
Navigatebetweenthedisplayscreensor
increase/decreasevalues
ͲDown
ͲEnter
Switchfromparameterdisplaytoedit
Confirmvalueandreturntotheparameterlist
Byflashingredalarmlight,thereisanactivealarmanddisplayisnotinalarmview.
Bypermanentredalarmlight,thereisanactivealarmanddisplayisinalarmview
10.3Backgroundilluminationofthedisplay
Backgroundilluminationofthedisplayswitchesonautomaticallywhenthefirstpushbuttonisactivated.
Theilluminationswitchesoffsometimeafterthelastactivation.Byalarmtheredalarmbuttonflashesuntil
thealarmisacknowledged.
10.4Menu–drawingofthemenustructuretoguidetheuser
Overviewofthemenusappearsfromannex11.
10—2
10.5Thestartdisplay,Mainmenu
Thefollowingscreendisplaysanexampleofthemainscreenwithanactiveunit,highlightingthefieldsand
iconsused:
1
3
2
4
5
1. DateandTime
2. Currentunitstatus:
3. Devicesstatus
a. Compressorsinoperationanddigitalcapacity.Digital35%output,fixedoff)
b. Timerinaction,Minon/offtime,Mintimebetweenstarts
c. SuperHeatandExpansionvalveopening
4. Systemcapacityrequestandactualpoweroutput
a. Systemstatus
i. SystemOFF
ii. ONbyinput,butnocapacitysignal
iii. Regulating
iv. PumpͲDown,andcountdown
v. Defrosting,andcountup
vi. Manualmode
vii. OFFalarm
5. IndicatesaccesstotheinfomenuusingtheDOWNbutton
10.6Settings
Fromthemainscreen,theDOWN(UP)buttoncanbeusedtoscrollthroughthestatusofdevices.No
passwordisneededtoaccessthesevariables.
Thephysicalstatusofinputs,outputsandtransmittersareallavailableinthemenus.Theindividualscreens
areshownbelow.
10—3
Compressorstatus:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Dischargetemperaturezoneandpreventaction.
Dischargetemperature
Condensingpressureandtemperature
Compressorsstatusanddigitalpercentage;
Envelopezoneandtime:
x EZ1:Ok:zonewithinoperatinglimits
x EZ2:HiDP:Highcompressionratio
x EZ3:HiDscgP:Highcondensationpressure
x EZ4:HiCurr:Highmotorcurrent
x EZ5:HiSuctP:Highsuctionpressure
x EZ6:LoDP:Lowdifferentialpressure
x EZ7:LoPRat:Lowcompressionratio
x EZ8:LoDscgP:Lowcondensationpressure
x EZ9:LoSuctP:Lowevaporationpressure
6. Suctiongastemperature
7. Evaporatingpressureandtemperature
ExpansionValveOverview:
1
2
3
4
5
1.
2.
3.
4.
SuperHeatandactualsetͲpoint
Suctiongastemperature
Valveopeningmode,percentageandsteps;
Valvestatus:
x Close:valveclosed
x StdͲby:systemstopposition
x Pos:fixedpositionduringsequence
x Wait:afterpositioningandincaseofchangeofcoolingcapacitygreaterthan10%,thevalveto
dolargemovementthatcantakesomeseconds.Waitwillbedisplayedduringthisphase.
x On:valveinregulaton
x Init:driverinitialization
5. Evaporatingpressureandtemperature
StatusInformation:
10—4
PushEntertogetthefollowinginformation:
10—5
10.7Service
Regardlessofthedisplayedscreen,pressingtheprogrammingkeyaccessesthepasswordentryscreen
whichallowsaccesstothemenushownbelowforservicelevel.Enterthepassword(1111)andpushenter.
Oncethepasswordisentered,itwillbemaintainedfor5minutesfromthelasttimeakeywasactivated.
ThenthepasswordwillhavetobereͲenteredinordertoaccesstheservicelevelagain.IntheLogͲOut
menu,youcanlogͲoutwithoutwaiting5minutes.
Servicelevelgivesreadaccesstoallparameterswiththeabilitytoeditsomeofthem.Formoreinformation
ontheparametersthatcanbechanged,seetheparametertable.Defaultpassword:1111.
Assoonasthepasswordisenteredintheloginscreen,andfunctionselected,theaccesslevelneededto
editthevaluesisshown.Asshowninthefollowingscreens,SflashingforServiceandMforManufactor:
10—6
10.8Manualoperation
Fromthemenu–Manualmode–itispossibletooperatecomponentsmanually.Thetechniciancancontrol
theoperationofcomponentsmanually.Thisprocedureisrelevantforthetestduringtheannual
maintenancewiththecontrolofallsafetyandcontrolfunctionsorafterexchangeofcomponents.Menus
asfollows:
Inthefirstscreenabove:Compressor1status.Actualoperatinghours.Nextthresholdofoperatinghours
forservicecanbeset.Currentcapacityandselectionofmanualmode.
Compressor2status.Actualoperatinghours.Nextthresholdofoperatinghoursforservicecanbeset.
Currentstatusandmanualselection.
Whenoperatingcompressorsmanually,SuperHeatcontrolwillstillbeactiveaslongassettoAuto.
Preliminary
Expansionvalvescanbeoperatedmanualindividually.Thevalvedohave0Ͳ480steps
Dateandtime
10—7
OnlyEnglishisavailable
10.8.1Runninghours
Thisisavailableinthemenuformaintenance.
10.9Alarm
10.9.1Alarm
BypushingtheAlarmbutton,youcanseeanyactivealarm.
1
2
3
4
1.
2.
3.
4.
Alarm1of2activealarmswhichhasnotbeenreset.Alarmnumberfromlistbelow
Timeanddateofalarm
Alarmtype
Operatingconditionsatthepointofalarm
10.9.2AlarmLog
Byusingtheenterkeyyoucanenterthealarmlog.Upto100alarmsaresaved.
10.9.3Alarmreset
Alarmscanberesetmanually,automaticallyorwithretries.
Ͳ
Manualreset:Whenthealarmconditionisnolongerpresent,youmustenteralarmmenuand
acknowledgethealarmbypushingthealarmbutton.Nowtheunitcanrestart.
Ͳ
Automaticreset:Whenthealarmconditionisgone,thesystemwillautomaticallyrestart.Still
holdingminofftime.
Ͳ
Automaticresetwithretries:Retryconditionsarechecked,ifOK,itwillbeautomaticresetmode.If
not,itwillbemanualresetmode.
10—8
10.9.4Alarmlist
Code
Description
AL001
ProbeU1brokenordisconnected
AL002
ProbeU2brokenordisconnected
AL003
ProbeU4brokenordisconnected
AL004
ProbeU5brokenordisconnected
AL005
ProbeU6brokenordisconnected
AL006
ProbeU7brokenordisconnected
AL007
ProbeU8brokenordisconnected
AL008
ProbeU9brokenordisconnected
AL009
AL010
AL011
AL012
AL013
AL014
AL015
AL016
AL017
AL018
AL019
AL020
AL021
AL022
AL023
AL024
AL025
AL026
AL027
AL028
AL029
AL030
AL031
ProbeU10brokenordisconnected
ProbeU11brokenordisconnected
ProbeU12brokenordisconnected
LowSHalarm
LOPalarm
MOPalarm
Lowsuctiontemp.
Highdischargepress.
Lowsuctionpressure
Lowpressurebypressostat
Envelopealarm
Motorphasealarm
Highpressurebypressostat
Highdischargetemp.compressor1
Highdischargetemp.compressor2
Highdischargetemp.compressor3
PumpͲdownendformaxtimecircuit1
Maintenancerequestcompressor1
Maintenancerequestcompressor2
Maintenancerequestcompressor3
Clockalarm
Memoryexpansiondamaged
BMSOffline
Reset
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
Action
None
CircuitOFF
CircuitOFF
CircuitOFF
CircuitOFF
None
None
None
Delay
10s
No
10s
No
10s
No
10s
10s
A
A
A
M
A
A
A
M
A
A
A
A
M
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
None
Compressor2OFF
Compressor3OFF
CircuitOFF
CircuitOFF
CircuitOFF
CircuitOFF
CircuitOFF
CircuitOFF
CircuitOFF
CircuitOFF
CircuitOFF
CircuitOFF
CircuitOFF
Compressor2OFF
Compressor3OFF
None
None
None
None
None
None
50%
10s
10s
10s
180s
180s
180s
180s
3retries
3retries
3s
300s
No
3retries
60s
No
No
No
Parameter
Parameter
Parameter
No
No
60s
10—9
10.10Maintenance
Generalmaintenancemustbecarriedoutaccordingtonationalandlocalregulationsbyaskilledtechnician
fromacertifiedcompany.
ListofsparepartsaswellasdatasheetsfromthemanufacturersareavailableontheDVDdeliveredwith
theunit.
10.11DVUǦHPǦData
Dimensions,heatingandcoolingcapacity,refrigerantcontent
DVUͲHP
10
15
20
25
30
40
Widthinmm
970
1120
1270
1420
1570
1720
Heightinmm
970
1120
1270
1420
1570
1720
Lengthinmm
1420 1420
1420
1420
1570
1570
Weightinkg
190
240
280
375
400
550
Powersupply–3phase+N+PE3x400V+N+PE
PrefuseAmp.
10A
16A
20A
25A
32A
40A
Refrigerant
R410a R410a R410a R410a R410a R410a
Refrigerantcontentinkg
3
4
6
8
10
12
Testpressure,46,2bar
Nominalairvolume,m3/s
1.0
1.4
1.9
2.4
2.9
3.6
Coolingcapacity,kW
14
18
27
32
37
47
Valuesbasedon50°Ccondensingtemperatureand10°evaporatingtemperature
50
2020
2020
2320
700
60
2170
2240
2460
1000
50A
63A
R410a R410a
24
26
63A
R410a
28
5.0
64
6.7
80
5.9
78
80
2170
2540
2460
1200
DetailedperformancedatacanbefoundbyusingdesignprogramSystemairCAD
10.12Dataplate
Thedataplateforthecoolingunitismountedinsidetheunitsection–DVUͲHP–behindoneofthedoors.
Anexampleofthedataplateisshownbelow.
Insidetheunit
Outsideontheunit
10—10
Controlcabinet:
Supplyvoltage: 3x400VAC+N+PE
Minfuse:
63A
Maxfuse:
80A
Minshortcircuitlevel:
650A
Maxshortcircuitlevel:
10kA
Cablecolors:
Protectioncircuit:
Green/yellow
FaseͲVAC:
Black
NeutralͲVAC: Black
24VDC:
Grey
0VDC:
Grey
Analog/digitalsignal:
Grey
10—11
MenuforinternalcontrollerintheDVUǦHP
Main
Unitstatus
Expansionvalvecontrol
InputoutputInfo
Compressor1
Compressor2
Digitaloutputs
Analogueoutputs
AnalogueLP
Defrost
AnalogueHP
Temp.Probes
Controlsignal
Digitalinputs1
Digitalinputs2
SWinfo
Controllerstatus Prg.
Manualmode
Compressor1
Exv
Compressor2
Compressors
Defrost
Defroststart/stop
Formula
Input/Output
Evap.Filter
Factors
CompressorsHeating
ExpansionvalveHaeting
Cool/Heatselection
ExpansionvalveCooling
DateandTime
MinEvap.Temp.Limiter1
LogͲOut
Min/maxtime
Language
MinEvap.Temp.Limiter2
Endthreshold
11—12
ConnectionoffanmotorandsetǦupforfrekv.conv.
12.1Connectionoffanmotor
Deltaconnectionisshowntotheleft,andstarconnectionisshowntotheright.
12Ͳ1
12.2SetǦupforDanfossFC101forDVǦunitswithACmotors
SETUPISDONEINFACTORYBEFOREDELIVERY
ToreloadSystemairfactorysettingsfromthecontrolpanel:
0Ͳ50:LCPCopy:
[2]
SystemairfactorysetͲupisbasedonDanfossinitialization.
14Ͳ22:Operationmode:
[2]Initialisation(DanfossInitialisation)
Turnpoweroffandon.
SystemairfactorysetͲup:
0Ͳ01:Languageselection:
1Ͳ03:Torquecharacteristic:
Singlefan:[3]AutoͲEnergyoptim.
WithtwinfansetͲup:[1]VariableTorque
1Ͳ20:MotorPower:
Accordingtomotorplate/orderpapers
WithtwinfansetͲuptotalpowermustbeused
1Ͳ24:MotorCurrent:
Accordingtomotorplate/orderpapers
WithtwinfansetͲuptotalcurrentmustbeused
1Ͳ25:MotorNominalSpeed: Accordingtomotorplate/orderpapers
1Ͳ42:MotorCableLength:
3m
1Ͳ50:MotorMagnetisationatzerospeed.:
0%
1Ͳ52:Min.SpeedNormalMagnetisation:
10Hz
1Ͳ73:FlyingStart:
[0]Disabled
1Ͳ90:MotorThermalProtection:
[2]Thermistortrip
3Ͳ15:Reference1Source:
[2]AnaloginputAI54
1Ͳ93:ThermistorSource:
[1]AnaloginputAI53
3Ͳ03:MaximumReference:
Max.Hzfromorderpapers
3Ͳ16+3Ͳ17:Reference2Ͳand3Source:
[0]Nofunction
3Ͳ41+342:Ramp1upanddown:
20Sec.
4Ͳ19:Max.OutputFrequency: 90Hz
4Ͳ14:MotorSpeedHighLimit:90Hz
4Ͳ18:Currentlimit:
100%
5Ͳ12:Terminal27Digitalinput:[0]Nooperation
5Ͳ40.0:FunctionRelay:
[3]Driveready/remote
5Ͳ40.1:FunctionRelay:
[3]Driveready/remote
6Ͳ25:Terminal54HighReference:
Max.Hzfromorderpapers
14Ͳ03:Overmodulation:
[1]Active
14Ͳ20:ResetMode:
[2]Automaticresetx2
0Ͳ50:LCPCopy:
[1]AlltoLCP(CopyofSystemairfactorysettingstopanel)
Connections:
0Ͳ10V:
terminal54Ͳ55
Start:
terminal12Ͳ18
Thermistor:
terminal50Ͳ53
Driveready:
terminal1Ͳ2
12Ͳ2
12Ͳ3
12.3ACǦfanoperationwithoutthermistorforDanfossFC101.
SystemairfactorysetͲupisbasedonDanfossinitialization.
14Ͳ22:Operationmode:
[2]Initialisation(DanfossInitialisation)
Turnpoweroffandon.
SystemairfactorysetͲup:
0Ͳ01:Languageselection:
1Ͳ03:Torquecharacteristic: 1Ͳ20:Motorpower:
1Ͳ24:MotorCurrent:
1Ͳ25:MotorNominalSpeed:
1Ͳ29:Automaticmotoradption(AMA):
1Ͳ42:MotorCableLength: 1Ͳ50:MotorMagnetisationatzerospeed.:
1Ͳ52:Min.SpeedNormalMagnetisation:
1Ͳ73:Flyingstart:
5Ͳ40.0:FunctionRelay:
14Ͳ03:Overmodulation: 14Ͳ20:ResetMode:
0Ͳ50:LCPCopy:
[3]AutoͲEnergyoptim.
Accordingtomotorplate
Accordingtomotorplate Accordingtomotorplate
[1]Kompl.motoradaptionto(Turnpoweroffandon.)
Orderspecific
0%
10Hz
[0]Deaktivated
[3]Driveready/remote
[1]Active
[2]Automaticresetx2
[1]AlltoLCP(CopyofSystemairfactorysettingstopanel)
Connections:
0Ͳ10V:
Start:
Driveready:
Jumper
terminal54Ͳ55
terminal12Ͳ18
terminal1Ͳ2
terminal12Ͳ27
12Ͳ4
12.4SetǦupDanfossFC101forDVǦunitswithPMmotors
SETUPISDONEINFACTORYBEFOREDELIVERY
ToreloadSystemairfactorysettingsfromthecontrolpanel:
0Ͳ50:LCPCopy:
[2]
SystemairfactorysetͲupisbasedonDanfossinitialization.
14Ͳ22:Operationmode:
[2]Initialisation(DanfossInitialisation)
Turnpoweroffandon.
SystemairfactorysetͲup:
0Ͳ01:Languageselection: 1Ͳ06:ClockwiseDirection: [1]Inverse
1Ͳ10:MotorConstruction: [1]PM,nonͲsalientSPM
1Ͳ24:MotorCurrent:
Accordingtomotorplate/Schedule
1Ͳ25:MotorNominalSpeed:Accordingtomotorplate/Schedule
1Ͳ26:MotorCont.Ratedtorque:
Accordingtomotorplate/Schedule
1Ͳ30:StatorResistance(Rs): Accordingtomotorplate/Schedule
1Ͳ37:dͲaxisinductance(Ld): Accordingtomotorplate/Schedule
1Ͳ39:MotorPoles:
Accordingtomotorplate/Schedule
1Ͳ40:BackEMFat1000RPM:
Accordingtomotorplate/Schedule
3m
1Ͳ42:MotorCableLength: 1Ͳ90:MotorThermalProtection:
[2]Thermistortrip
3Ͳ15:Reference1Source: [2]AnaloginputAI54
1Ͳ93:ThermistorSource:
[1]AnaloginputAI53
3Ͳ03:MaximumReference: Accordingtomotorplate/Schedule
3Ͳ16+3Ͳ17:Reference2Ͳand3Source:
[0]Nofunction
3Ͳ41+3Ͳ42:Ramp1Upanddown:
30sec.
4Ͳ19:Max.OutputFrequency:
Accordingtomotorplate/Schedule
4Ͳ14:MotorSpeedHighLimit:
Accordingtomotorplate/Schedule
4Ͳ18:Currentlimit:
115%
5Ͳ12:Terminal27Digitalinput:
[0]Nooperation
5Ͳ40.0:FunctionRelay:
[3]Driveready/remote
5Ͳ40.1:FunctionRelay:
[3]Driveready/remote
6Ͳ25:Terminal54HighReference:
Accordingtomotorplate/Schedule
14Ͳ03:Overmodulation: [1]Active
14Ͳ20:ResetMode:
[2]Automaticresetx2
0Ͳ50:LCPCopy:
[1]AlltoLCP(CopyofSystemairfactorysettingstopanel)
Connections:
0Ͳ10V:
terminal54Ͳ55
Start:
terminal12Ͳ18
Thermistor: terminal50Ͳ53
Driveready: terminal1Ͳ2
12Ͳ5
ScheduleforPMmotorparameters
Menu:
MotorType
Number
124
Amp
Name
plate
125
Motor
RPM
rated
126
Nm
Name
plate
HPS71380018
HPS71370028
HPS71330018
HPS71320030
HPS71290021
HPS71280040
HPS71250029
HPS71235038
HPS90265064
HPS90235076
HPS90210063
HPS902050100
HPS90185084
HPS901900136
HPS901700106
HPS1121550108
HPS1121700145
HPS1121350135
HPS1121500187
HPS1121000140
HPS1321250199
HPS1321000202
HPS1321150300
HPS132930273
1,8
2,8
1,8
3
2,1
4
2,9
3,8
6,4
7,6
6,3
10
8,4
13,6
11
10,9
14,5
13,5
18,7
14
19,9
20,2
30
27,3
3800
3700
3300
3200
2900
2800
2500
2350
2650
2350
2100
2050
1850
1900
1700
1550
1700
1350
1500
1000
1250
1000
1150
930
2
3,6
2,6
4,2
3,3
6,14
5
7,3
9,6
13
10,5
19
16
26
22
32
39
44
54
51
69
77
104
118
130
137
Ohm
[RfͲf] mH[LfͲf]
3,600
1,580
5,750
1,850
4,500
1,675
3,000
2,300
1,250
0,800
1,500
0,810
1,050
0,575
0,575
0,750
0,465
0,490
0,295
0,475
0,255
0,315
0,235
0,280
13,00
6,10
20,50
7,25
14,75
6,75
11,00
9,35
10,75
10,00
14,75
8,75
11,50
7,25
7,25
8,75
5,45
6,45
4,35
7,00
7,60
9,25
8,00
9,75
139
Poles
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
140
303+625 414+419
[email protected]
Max
1000
MaxHz motorHz
67
79
85
84
95
95
105
115
87
103
101
115
110
110
117
178
162
197
175
242
210
230
230
261
215
191
170
161
143
144
129
120
182
159
142
140
127
127
116
80
88
69
76
54
65
51
58
46
219
204
182
176
160
154
138
129
194
172
154
150
136
139
125
85
94
74
83
55
69
65
65
65
12Ͳ6
Commissioning
Seeseparatecoverwithannexes1,2,3,13and14
Testreport
Seeseparatecoverwithannexes1,2,3,13and14
Components
15.1DVunitsdeliveredinseveralsections
ThismodeloftheDVunithasanintegratedcontrolsystemanddependingonthesizeoftheunit,the
cabinetisinstalledontheunitoronthefrontoftheunit.The2controllersͲSystemairE28–2port
controllerandaSystemairE28expansionͲbothcontrollersaremountedinthecabinet,andallelectrical
connectionsbetweencabinetandcomponentsintheunitareinstalled.Thecontrolsystemisconfigured
accordingtothecustomer’sorder–confirmedbytheorderconfirmationͲtopromoteeasystartͲuponthe
site.Theunitistestedatthefactoryandallfunctionsareconfirmedbyafinalfunctionaltestandtest
report.Thetestreportisannex14fortheUserManual.Afterthefinaltesttheunitisdividedinsectionsto
facilitatethetransport.Afterreassemblyoftheunitonthesite,theclearlymarkedcableswithsockets
mustbereconnectedinthemarkedcabinetterminals.Cablestripsarepreinstalledforinstallationofthe
cablesbetweenthecomponentsintheunitͲsectionsandthecabinet.CablesinstalledontheunitͲsections
inthepreinstalledstripsareprotectedbymetalcovers.Thecovershavebeenremovedbeforeinstallation
oftheunitonthefinalsiteandmustbereplacedafterinstallationofthecables.Cableswiththemains
powersupplymustbeinstalledintheautomaticcircuitbreakersbelongingtofans,coolingcompressorunit
DVU(ifdelivered)andcoolingcompressorunitwithrotaryheatexchanger–DVUͲC(ifdelivered).All
externalcomponentsmustbeconnectedonthesite.
Externalcomponents
ExternalcomponentsareSystemairControlPanel,valves,valvemotors,pressuretransmitters,supplyair
temperaturesensor,sensorforwatertemperatureintheheatingcoil(ifwaterheatingcoilwasrequested)
andcirculationpump(Systemairdoesnotdeliverthepump).Terminalsarepresentinthecabinetfor
pressuretransmitters,ifitisasolutionforconstantpressureintheducts,andterminalsarepresentinthe
cabinetforvalvemotors,circulationpump,supplyairtemperaturesensorandsensorforwater
temperatureintheheatingcoil,butcablesarenotinstalledandnotconnectedtoterminalsinthecabinet.
TheSystemairControlPanelwith10metersofcableisnotconnectedtothecontrollerinthecabinet.All
externalcomponentsdeliveredarepackedinacardboardboxdeliveredtogetherwiththeunit.
15.2DVunitdeliveredassembledonbaseframe
ThismodeloftheDVunithasanintegratedcontrolsystemandthecabinetmountedinsidetheunit.The
cabinetisalwaysmountedintheunitsectionwiththeheatexchangerandthecabinetisalwaysplacedat
thewarmsideoftheheatexchanger.Theintelligentcontrollers–SystemairE28–2portcontrolleranda
SystemairE28expansionͲbothcontrollersaremountedinthecabinet,andallelectricalconnections
betweencabinetandcomponentsintheunitareinstalled.Thecontrolsystemisconfiguredaccordingto
thecustomer’sorder–confirmedbytheorderconfirmationͲtopromoteeasystartͲuponthesite.Theunit
istestedatthefactoryandallfunctionsareconfirmedbyafinalfunctionaltestandtestreport.Thetest
reportisannex14fortheUserManual.Theunitisdeliveredasoneassembledsectiononbaseframe.
Cableswiththemainspowersupplymustbeinstalledintheautomaticcircuitbreakersbelongingtofans,
coolingcompressorunitDVU(ifdelivered)andcoolingcompressorunitwithrotaryheatexchanger–DVUͲ
C(ifdelivered).Allexternalcomponentsmustbeconnectedonthesite.
Externalcomponents
ExternalcomponentsareSystemairControlPanel,valves,valvemotors,pressuretransmitters,supplyair
temperaturesensor,sensorforwatertemperatureintheheatingcoil(ifwaterheatingcoilwasrequested)
andcirculationpump(Systemairdoesnotdeliverthepump).Terminalsarepresentinthecabinetfor
pressuretransmitters,ifitisasolutionforconstantpressureintheducts,andterminalsarepresentinthe
cabinetforvalvemotors,circulationpump,supplyairtemperaturesensorandsensorforwater
temperatureintheheatingcoil,butcablesarenotinstalledandnotconnectedtoterminalsinthecabinet.
TheSystemairControlPanelwith10metersofcableisnotconnectedtothecontrollerinthecabinet.All
externalcomponentsdeliveredarepackedinacardboardboxdeliveredtogetherwiththeunit.
Wiringdiagram
Seebelow
Danvent DV
Annex 16 - Wiring diagrams
Bilag 16
PDF file is listed as follows:
General description
1 - 9
Circuit diagram
10 - 44
Switchboard layout
45 - 49
Terminal matrix
60 - 69
Cable plan
70 - 99
Units with external cabinet:
DV 10-40 are placed on top of the unit.
DV 50-240 are placed on front of the unit
Units with internal cabinet:
Cabinet is always inside the unit.
supplier:
Systemair A/S, Denmark
Ved Milepælen 7
8361 Hasselager
Components according to functions
are mark with **
Symbols are according to IEC 60617.
On the following 2 pages there are descriptions of used symbols in the project.
Switchgear, 4 pole
M a i n s u p p l yC a b
Supply air
Fre q ue n cy Co nve rte r
Frequency converter
References
le
Automatic tripping, 3-pole
Terminal
Automatic tripping, 2-pole
Cirkulation pump
Ci rcul a ti o n p u m p
Pump
Fan Supply
Shielded cable
Lamp
Resistor
-Co rri g o E 0 -R 1 G_ 1
Info text
Fuse
T h e rm i st o r
T h e rm i st o r
Thermistor
Motor three phase + PE
Transformer
Symbols are according to IEC 60617.
These pages are descriptions of used symbols in the project.
Swit chgear
Relay contact s, normaly open
Exte n d e d op e ra ti o n
E kst e rn a l
Swit chgear
Light
Swit chgear
P
GP 1 E xtra ct a i r
fireguard
Temperature (measuring)
P
Supply air
Damper motor
Damper
motor
Supply air
Power
Pressure
Cont rol s i gnal
Rotary heat exchanger
S p e e d d r i ve
r o t a r y h e a t e xc h a n g e r
Al arm s i gnal
Relay
Damper
motor
Plate exchanger dampermotor
Labeling of wires
Cables are marked with
terminal name
Components are marked with component codes
followed by a number according to IEC 61346-1 Chart 1
Components code
2
Wire has number N
Wire has number 2
Number
Component codes used
in the project
Data for the unit
S = switchgear
F =
automatic tripping
M = pump / Damper motor / valve motor
Max load look in order paper
R = temperature sensors
T =
VLT Converter / transformer
P = lamps
Max pre-fuse look in order paper
C = controller
B = fire guard / pressure guard / pressure transducer
W = cables
K = relay coils
X = terminal
U = cabinet
RCD type B
Supply air
Supply air
V L T Co n ve rte r
- Supply N
- Supply PE
- Supply L3
- Supply L2
- Supply L1
1
T h e rm i st o r
1
2
1
T h e rm i st o r
AC/PM Supply air
2
T h e rm i st o r
T win AC Supply air
T win PM Supply air
2
4
6
5
6
5
2
3
4
3
When installing a R ecidual
C u r r e n t D e vi c e i n f r o n t o f t h i s
u n i t i t m u s t b e o f t yp e B .
D u e t o t h e r e c t i f ye r l o a d o f t h e
f r e q u e n c y c o n ve r t r e s t h i s p r o d u c t
can cause a D C cur r ent i n the
pr otectice conductor .
1
2
1
V L T Co n ve rte r
L
L
L
Mixer pump
Mast er cont roller
SystemAir A/S
Sta rt h ea ti n g pu m p
Heating coil Y1
Capacity
Coo l i ng al a rm
T e m p e r a t u r e se n so r
Outdoor air
Sta rt coo l i n g
Cooling / changeover
Capacity
F ro st t h e r m o st a t
T e m p e r a t u r e se n so r
F ro st p ro t e c t i o n Y 1
A l a rm si g n a l
Reci rcu l a ti o n
Capacity
R e d u c e d sp e e d
o r st o p u n i t
P re ssu r e t r a n sm i t t e r
Extra ct a i r
Dam per m otor
Extra ct ai r
Fre e
N o rm a l sp e e d
Sta rt u ni t
F l o w m e a su r i n g
Supply air fan
Rec dam per
Sta rt
F i re si g n a l
C O 2 se n so r
Extra ct a i r o r Roo m
Fre e
E l e ctri a l h e a te r
P re ssu r e t r a n sm i t t e r
Supply air Duct
50 B
54 B
T e m p e r a t u r e se n so r
Supply air
50 B
R e a d y su p p l y f a n
4 +C
Speed
Supply air
1 G
F a n su p p l y a i r
Sta rt
3 PE
T e m p e r a t u r e se n so r
Extra ct a i r
2 GO
Fi l ter g u a rd
Extra ct ai r
1
8
7
3
P
Fi l te r gu a rd
Supply air
VL T Co n ve rte r
R el ay
Supply air
VL T Co n ve rte r
R el ay
Wh e n th e re a re twi n fa n s th e re a d y
re l a y t e rm i n a l s a re c o n n e c t e d i n se ri e s
Sy s t emAir A/ S
Fi l te r g u a rd
Sy st emAir A/ S
R e a d y su p p l y f a n
Sy st emAir A/ S
Co o l i n g a l a rm
Sy st emAir A/ S
F r o st t h e r m o st a t
Extract a i r
M a st e r c o n t ro l l e r
M a st e r c o n t ro l l e r
M a st e r c o n t r o l l e r
M a st e r c o n t ro l l e r
Sy st emAir A/ S
Sy st emAir A/ S
R e d u c e d sp e e d
N o rm a l sp e e d
o r st o p u n i t
Sta rt u n i t
M a st e r c o n t r o l l e r
M a st e r c o n t ro l l e r
F i re t e r m o st a t su p p l y a i r
8
7
1
1
2
9
5
4
-E x t f i re si g .
S m o ke d e t .
2
E l e ctri ca l h e a te r
Exte rna l p o wer
F i re t e rm o st a t e x t ra c t a i r
Sy st emAir A/ S
F i re si g n a l
M a st e r c o n t ro l l e r
Sy st emAir A/ S
El ectri a l h e a te r
M a st e r c o n t r o l l e r
T e m p e ra t u re se n so r
T e m p e ra t u re se n so r
T e m p e ra t u r e se n so r
T e m p e r a t u r e se n so r
Sy st emAir A/ S
Sy s t emAir A/ S
Sy s t emAir A/ S
Sy st emAir A/ S
T e m p e ra t u re se n so r
T e m p e ra t u r e se n so r
T e m p e r a t u r e se n so r
T e m p e ra t u re se n so r
Extract a i r
Supply air
Outdoor air
F ro st p ro t e c t i o n Y 1
M a st e r c o n t ro l l e r
M a st e r c o n t ro l l e r
M a st e r c o n t ro l l e r
M a st e r c o n t ro l l e r
P r e ssu re t r a n sm i t t e r
P
P r e ssu r e t r a n sm i t t e r
Sy st emAir A/ S
P
C O 2 se n so r
Sy st emAir A/ S
P
P r e ssu r e t ra n sm i t t e r
Sy st emAir A/ S
P
Sy st emAir A/ S
P re ssu re t ra n sm i t t e r
F l o w m e a su ri n g
C O 2 se n so r
P r e ssu r e t r a n sm i t t e r
Extra ct a i r
Supply air fan
E xtra ct a i r o r Ro o m
Supply air Duct
M a st e r c o n t ro l l e r
M a st e r c o n t r o l l e r
M a st e r c o n t r o l l e r
M a st e r c o n t r o l l e r
Sy st emAir A/ S
F a n su p p l y a i r
Sy s t emAir A/ S
Sta rt he a ti ng p u m p
Sy st emAir A/ S
Start co o l i n g
Sy s t emAir A/ S
A l a rm si g n a l
Start
M a st e r c o n t ro l l e r
M a st e r c o n t ro l l e r
M a st e r c o n t r o l l e r
M a st e r c o n t ro l l e r
Sy st emAir A/ S
Sy st emAir A/ S
Dam per m otor
Rec dam per
E xtra ct a i r
Sta rt
M a st e r c o n t r o l l e r
M a st e r c o n t ro l l e r
E xtra ct a i r
Damper
motor
On/ of f wit hout
On/ of f
spring ret urn dampermot or spring ret urn dampermot or
Extra ct m i x
Damper
motor
E xtra ct m i x
Damper
motor
On/ of f wit hout
On/ of f wit h
spring ret urn dampermot or spring ret urn dampermot or
Rec dam per
Damper
motor
on/ of f or modulat ion
damper mot or wit h
spring ret urn
re c d am p e r
2
1
1
2
3
2
1
3
2
1
2
1
3
Damper
motor
Damper
motor
on/ of f or modulat ion
damper mot or wit hout
spring ret urn
If ther e ar e no capi l ar sensor on the coi l
a c o n n e kt i o n b e t we e n X 3 : 3 9 a n d X 3 : 4 0
i s necessar y
4
1
Extra ct ai r
2
1
4
1
C a p i l a r se n so r
Sy s t emAir A/ S
Sy st emAir A/ S
Sy st emAir A/ S
Speed
Heating coil Y1
Cooling / changeover
Reci rcu l a ti o n
Supply air
Capacity
Capacity
Capacity
A 0M a s t e r
A 0M a s t e r
2
1
3
Valve for heating
2
con tro l l e r
Mo d u l a t i n g
motor
Valve for cooling
Mo d u l a t i n g
motor
A 0M a s t e r
co n tro l l e r
5
A 0M a s t e r
1
co n tro l l e r
3
co n trol l e r
6
Sy st emAir A/ S
-a l a rm si g n a l
-a l a rm si g n a l
- o p e ra t i n g si g n a l
- o p e ra t i n g si g n a l
-Co rri g o E 0 -R 2 G0
-Corri go E0 -R 1 G
-He a ti n g a cti ve
-He a ti n g a cti ve
4
3
- C o o l i n g st a r t 4
- C o o l i n g st a r t 3
-a l a rm si g n a l
6
5
L
4
3
L
2
1
L
L
e xtra ct a i r
V L T Co n ve rte r
1
extract a i r
2
T h e rm i st o r
A C T w i n f a n . O n e t h e r m i st o r
o n e v ry f a n . B o t h i n se ri e s
AC/PM Extra ct m oto r
1
2
T h e r m i st o r
VL T Con ve rte r
1
2
T h e r m i st o r
AC twi n Extra ct m o to r
PM twi n Extract m o to r
Slave cont roller
SystemAir A/S
T e m p e r a t u r e se n so r
Deicing
D a m p e r su p p l y a i r
Hea t re co ve ry
capacity
Rot. heat exhanger
H u m i d i t y se n so r
Roo m / Extract
Ci rcu l a ti on pu m p
Sta rt
E l e ctri ca l P re h e a t
o ve rh ea t
T e m p e ra t u r se n so r
E x h a u st
P re h e a ti n g
Sta rt
P re h e a te r
R o o m se n so r 1
Fre e
M i x d a m p e r extract
Reci rcu l a ti o n ON
R o o m se n so r 2
P re h e a ti n g te m p e ra tu r
Fre e
Fre e
H u m i d i t y se n so r
I n t a ke
Fre e
Fre e
F l o w m e a su r i n g
Extra ct a i r fan
50 B
Rea d y e xtra ct fa n
LON terminals
50 B
4 +C
Speed
Extra ct a i r
1 G
Fa n e xtra ct
Sta rt
3 PE
T e m p e r a t u r e se n so r
I n t a ke
2 GO
Fi l ter g u a rd
Extra ct ai r
P re h e a ti n g
L
1
Cont rol s i gnal
Power
P
S p e e d d ri ve
ro t a ry h e a t e xc h a n g e r
3
Fi l te rg u a rd
9
Al arm s i gnal
-R e c si g n a l
1
P
P re -fi l te rg u a rd
3
If ther e i s no pr e- fil ter ther e i s a
c onnec ti on between X5:2 and X5:3
-c h a n g e o v e r si g n a l
e xtra ct a i r
VL T Co n verte r
R elay
extract a i r
VL T Con ve rte r
R elay
When ther e ar e twi n fans the r eady
r el ay ter mi nal s ar e c onnec ted i n s er i es
Sy st emAir A/ S
Fi l te r g u a rd
Sy st emAir A/ S
Re a dy extract fa n
Sy st emAir A/ S
Rot. heat exhanger
E xtra ct a i r
Sl a ve co ntro l l e r
Sy st emAir A/ S
Sy s t emAir A/ S
El ectri ca l Preh e a t
Sy st emAir A/ S
Re ci rcu l a ti on ON
o verh e a t
Sl a ve con tro l l e r
Sl a ve co n tro l l e r
Sl a ve co n trol l e r
Sl ave co n tro l l e r
Sl a ve con trol l e r
H u m i d i t y se n so r
T e m p e ra t u r se n so r
P
T e m p e ra t u r se n so r
T e m p e ra t u r se n so r
Sy st emAir A/ S
Sy st emAir A/ S
T e m p e r a t u r e se n so r
T e m p e ra t u re se n so r
H u m i d i t y se n so r
T e m p e r a t u r se n so r
I n t a ke
Deicing
Ro o m / E xtra ct
E x h a u st
Sl a ve con tro l l e r
Sl a ve co n trol l e r
Sy s t emAir A/ S
Sl ave co n tro l l e r
Sy st emAir A/ S
S l a ve co n tro l l e r
P
H u m i d i t y se n so r
T e m p e ra t u re se n so r
T e m p e ra t u re se n so r
Sy st emAir A/ S
R o o m se n so r 1
Sl a ve co n trol l e r
F l o w m e a su ri n g
P
T e m p e ra t u r se n so r
Sy st emAir A/ S
Sy st emAir A/ S
Sy st emAir A/ S
R o o m se n so r 2
H u m i d i t y se n so r
F l o w m e a su ri n g
Preh e a ti n g te m pe ra tu r
I n t a ke
Extract a i r fa n
Sl a ve co n trol l e r
Sl a ve co ntro l l e r
Sl a ve co n tro l l e r
Sy st emAir A/ S
Fa n e xtra ct
Sy s t emAir A/ S
Sy st emAir A/ S
D a m p e r su p p l y a i r
Start
Supply air
Ci rcu l a ti o n p u m p
P re h e a ti n g
S ta rt
Sta rt
Damper
motor
on/ of f wit hout
Spring ret urn damper mot or
Supply air
Damper
motor
Supply mix
1
2
3
2
1
3
Sl a ve co ntro l l e r
2
Sl ave co n tro l l e r
1
Sl a ve con trol l e r
Sy st emAir A/ S
Damper
motor
On/ of f wit h
on/ of f or modulat ion damper mot or
spring ret urn dampermot or wit h or wit hout Spring ret urn
S l a ve co n tro l l e r
Sy s t emAir A/ S
Speed
He a t re co ve ry
Extra ct a i r
capacity
A 0S l a v e
A 0S l a v e
Sy st emAir A/ S
Pre he a ter
A 0S l a v e
A 0S l a v e
con trol l e r
con tro l l e r
Pre h e a ti n g
L
co n tro l l e r
Mo d u l a t i n g
motor
E l e ctri ca l p re -h e a te r
Plat e heat ing recovery
Rot . heat ing recovery
7
8
2
1
3
E xte rn a l p o we r
1
co n trol l e r
Sy st emAir A/ S
2
Sy st emAir A/ S
Set-up Danfoss FC101 for DV-units with AC motors
Set-up Danfoss FC101 for DV-units with PM motors
Connecti ons :
Connecti ons:
T
T
T
T
erm i n al
erm i n al
erm i n al
erm i n al
5 4 -5 5
1 2 -1 8
5 0 -5 3
1 -2
S y s temai r fac tor y s et- up i s bas ed on Danfos s i ni ti al i s ati on.
S y s temai r fac tor y s et- up:
0 -0 1 : L a n g u a g e se l e c t i o n :
1 - 0 3 : T o r q u e c h a r a c t e r i st i c :
1-2 0 : M o to r Po wer:
1 -2 4 : M o to r Cu rre n t:
1-2 5 : M o to r No m i n a l Sp e ed :
1-4 2 : M o to r Ca b l e L e n g th :
1 - 5 0 : M o t o r M a g n e t i sa t i o n a t z e r o sp e e d . :
1 - 5 2 : M i n . S p e e d N o r m a l M a g n e t i sa t i o n :
1-7 3 : Fl yi n g Sta rt:
1 -9 0 : M o to r T h e rm a l P ro te cti o n :
3-1 5 : Refe re nce 1 So u rce :
1 - 9 3 : T h e r m i st o r S o u r c e :
3-0 3 : M a xi m u m Re fere n ce :
3 -1 6 + 3 -1 7 : Re fe re n ce 2 - a n d 3 S o u rce :
3-4 1 + 3 4 2 : Ra m p 1 u p a n d d o wn :
4-1 4 : M o tor Sp e e d Hi g h L i m i t:
4-1 9 : M a x. Ou tp ut Fre q ue n cy:
5-1 2 : T erm i n a l 27 Di g i ta l i n pu t:
5-4 0 .0: Fu n cti o n Re l a y:
5-4 0 .1: Fu n cti o n Re l a y:
6-2 5 : T erm i n a l 54 Hi g h Re fe re nce :
1 4 -2 0 : R e se t M o d e :
0-5 0 : L CP Cop y:
T
T
T
T
erm i n al
erm i n al
erm i n al
erm i n al
5 4 -5 5
1 2 -1 8
5 0 -5 3
1 -2
S y s temai r fac tor y s et- up i s bas ed on Danfos s i ni ti al i s ati on.
S y s temai r fac tor y s et- up:
Si n g l e fa n : [3 ] Auto -En e rg y o pti m .
W i t h t w i n f a n se t - u p : [ 1 ] V a r i a b l e T o r q u e
Acco rd i n g to m o to r p l a te / o rd e r pa p e rs
W i t h t w i n f a n se t -u p t o t a l p o w e r m u st b e u se d
Acco rd i n g to m o to r p l a te / o rd e r pa p e rs
W i t h t w i n f a n se t -u p t o t a l c u r re n t m u st b e u se d
Acco rd i n g to m o to r p l a te / o rd e r pa p e rs
3m
0 %
10 Hz
[ 0 ] D i sa b l e d
[ 2 ] T h e rm i st o r t ri p
[2] Analog input AI54
[1] Analog input AI53
M a x. Hz fro m o rd e r p a p e rs
[0] No function
20 Sec.
90Hz
90Hz
[0 ] No o p e ra ti o n
[3 ] Dri ve re a d y/re m o te
[3 ] Dri ve re a d y/re m o te
M a x. Hz fro m o rd e r p a p e rs
[ 2 ] A u t o m a t i c re se t x 2
[ 1 ] A l l t o L C P (C o p y o f se t t i n g s t o p a n e l )
To s tor e S y s temai r fac tor y s etti ngs fr om the c ontr ol panel :
0 -0 1 : L a n g u a g e se l e c t i o n :
1 -0 6 : C l o c kw i se D i re c t i o n :
1 - 1 0 : M o t o r C o n st r u c t i o n :
1 -2 4 : M o to r Cu rre n t:
1-2 5 : M oto r No m i n a l Sp e ed :
1-2 6 : M oto r Co n t. Ra ted to rq ue :
1 -3 0 : S t a t o r R e si st a n c e (R s):
1 -3 7 : d -a xi s i n d u cta n ce (L d ):
1 -3 9 : M o t o r P o l e s:
1-4 0 : Back EM F a t 1 0 00 RPM :
1-4 2 : M oto r Ca b l e L e n g th :
1 -9 0 : M o to r T h e rm a l P ro te cti o n :
3 -1 5 : Re fe re n ce 1 S o u rce :
1 - 9 3 : T h e r m i st o r S o u r c e :
3-0 3 : M axi m u m Re fe re n ce :
3 -1 6 + 3 -1 7 : Re fe re n ce 2 - a n d 3 S o u rce :
3-4 1 : Ram p 1 Up T i m e :
3-4 2 : Ram p 1 Do wn T i m e :
4-1 4 : M o to r Sp e e d Hi g h L i m i t:
4-1 9 : M ax. Ou tp ut Fre q ue n cy:
5-1 2 : T erm i n al 2 7 Di g i ta l i n pu t:
5-4 0 .0 : Fu n cti o n Rel a y:
5-4 0 .1 : Fu n cti o n Rel a y:
6-2 5 : T erm i n al 5 4 Hi g h Re fe re nce :
1 4 -2 0 : R e se t M o d e :
0-5 0 : LCP Co p y:
[ 1 ] I n v e rse
[ 1 ] P M , n o n sa l i e n t S P M
Acco rdi n g to m o to r p l a te / Sch e du l e
Acco rdi n g to m o to r p l a te / Sch e du l e
Acco rdi n g to m o to r p l a te / Sch e du l e
Acco rdi n g to m o to r p l a te / Sch e du l e
Acco rdi n g to m o to r p l a te / Sch e du l e
Acco rdi n g to m o to r p l a te / Sch e du l e
Acco rdi n g to m o to r p l a te / Sch e du l e
3m
[ 2 ] T h e rm i st o r t ri p
[2] Analog input AI54
[1] Analog input AI53
Acco rdi n g to m o to r p l a te / Sch e du l e
[0] No function
30 Sec.
60 Sec.
Acco rdi n g to m o to r p l a te / Sch e du l e
Acco rdi n g to m o to r p l a te / Sch e du l e
[0 ] No o p e ra ti o n
[3 ] Dri ve re a d y/re m ote
[3 ] Dri ve re a d y/re m ote
Acco rdi n g to m o to r p l a te / Sch e du l e
[ 2 ] A u t o m a t i c re se t x 2
[ 1 ] A l l t o L C P ( C o p y o f se t t i n g s t o p a n e l )
T o s tor e S y s temai r fac tor y s etti ngs fr om the c ontr ol panel :
Parameter:
Motor Type
Number
HPS 71 3800 18
HPS 71 3700 28
HPS 71 3300 18
HPS 71 3200 30
HPS 71 2900 21
HPS 71 2800 40
HPS 71 2500 29
HPS 71 2350 38
HPS 90 2650 64
HPS 90 2350 76
HPS 90 2100 63
HPS 90 2050 100
HPS 90 1850 84
HPS 90 1900 136
HPS 90 1700 106
HPS 112 1550 108
HPS 112 1700 145
HPS 112 1350 135
HPS 112 1500 187
HPS 112 1000 140
HPS 132 1250 199
HPS 132 1000 202
HPS 132 1150 300
HPS 132 930 273
124
Amp
Name
plate
1,8
2,8
1,8
3
2,1
4
2,9
3,8
6,4
7,6
6,3
10
8,4
13,6
11
10,9
14,5
13,5
18,7
14
19,9
20,2
30
27,3
125
126
130
137
Motor Nm
RPM Name Ohm mH
rated plate [Rf-f] [Lf-f]
3800
2
7,20 0,64
3700
3,6
3,16 0,75
3300
2,6 11,50 0,81
3200
4,2
3,70 0,80
2900
3,3
9,00 0,91
2800
6,1
3,35 0,91
2500
5
6,00 1,00
2350
7,3
4,60 1,10
2650
9,6
2,50 0,83
2350
13
1,60 0,98
2100
10,5 3,00 0,96
2050
19
1,40 1,10
1850
16
2,10 1,05
1900
26
1,15 1,05
1700
22
1,15 1,15
1550
32
1,50 1,70
1700
39
0,93 1,55
1350
44
0,98 1,88
1500
54
0,59 1,67
1000
51
0,95 2,10
1250
69
0,51 2,00
1000
77
0,63 2,20
1150
104
0,47 2,20
930
118
0,56 2,50
139
140
341
342
303
Poles
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Bemf @
1000
255
291
280
268
276
267
262
271
230
241
212
236
203
209
199
276
276
266
262
242
262
230
265
243
Ramp
up
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
Ramp
Down
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
215
191
170
161
143
144
129
120
182
159
142
140
127
127
116
80
88
69
76
54
65
51
58
46
625
414
215
191
170
161
143
144
129
120
182
159
142
140
127
127
116
80
88
69
76
54
65
51
58
46
Max motor Hz
219
219
204
204
182
182
176
176
160
160
154
154
138
138
129
129
194
194
172
172
154
154
150
150
136
136
139
139
125
125
85
85
94
94
74
74
83
83
55
55
69
69
65
65
65
65
65
65
Max Hz
419
Li s t of Doc ument s
Funct ion (= )
Locat ion (+ )
Sheet
K ind of Docum ent
Descript ion
Revision dat e
Li s t of Doc ument s
Funct ion (= )
Locat ion (+ )
Sheet
K ind of Docum ent
Descript ion
Revision dat e
Li s t of Doc ument s
Funct ion (= )
Locat ion (+ )
Sheet
K ind of Docum ent
Descript ion
Revision dat e
Li s t of Doc ument s
Funct ion (= )
Locat ion (+ )
Sheet
K ind of Docum ent
Descript ion
Revision dat e
Li s t of Termi nal s :
Connect ion 1
Term inal
Connect ion 2
Type
-X1
Com m ent
S heet
Cell
Li s t of Termi nal s :
Connect ion 1
Term inal
Connect ion 2
Type
-X2
Com m ent
S heet
Cell
Li s t of Termi nal s :
Connect ion 1
Term inal
Connect ion 2
Type
-X3
Com m ent
S heet
Cell
Li s t of Termi nal s :
Connect ion 1
Term inal
Connect ion 2
Type
-X3
Com m ent
S heet
Cell
Li s t of Termi nal s :
Connect ion 1
Term inal
Connect ion 2
Type
-X4
Com m ent
S heet
Cell
Li s t of Termi nal s :
Connect ion 1
Term inal
Connect ion 2
Type
-X5
Com m ent
S heet
Cell
Li s t of Termi nal s :
Connect ion 1
Term inal
Connect ion 2
Type
-X5
Com m ent
S heet
Cell
Li s t of Cabl e Cores
Cablenam e (-)
Wire
Connect ion 1
Connect ion 2
Descript ion
-W90
1
=A1-X3:45
=A1-Corrigo E0-R 1 G
Remote panel
Sheet
20
12.G
Path
-W90
2
=A1-X3:46
=A1-Corrigo E0-R 2 G0
Remote panel
20
12.G
-W90
3
=A1-C1:50 B
=A1-Corrigo E0-R
Remote panel
12
6.J
-W90
4
=A1-C1:51 A
=A1-Corrigo E0-R
Remote panel
12
6.J
-W90
5
=A1-C1:52 N
=A1-Corrigo E0-R
Remote panel
12
6.J
-W100
1
=A1-X2:3
=A1-M12:U
Mixing pump
11
5.J
-W100
2
=A1-X2:4
=A1-M12:N
Mixing pump
11
5.J
-W100
3
=A1PE
=A1-M12:PE
Mixing pump
11
5.J
-W101
1
=A1-X4:1
=A1-T110:L
VVX Power
21
17.K
-W101
2
=A1-X4:2
=A1-T110:N
VVX Power
21
17.K
-W101
3
=A1-X4:3
=A1-T110:PE
VVX Power
21
17.K
-W101.1
1
=A1-F1:1
=A1-T101:L1
VLT Supplyair
10
7.F
-W101.1
2
=A1-F1:3
=A1-T101:L2
VLT Supplyair
10
7.F
-W101.1
3
=A1-F1:5
=A1-T101:L3
VLT Supplyair
10
7.F
-W101.1
4
=A1PE
=A1-T101:PE
VLT Supplyair
10
8.F
-W101.1.2
1
=A1-F1:1
=A1-T101.1:L1
VLT Supplyair
10
14.F
-W101.1.2
2
=A1-F1:3
=A1-T101.1:L2
VLT Supplyair
10
14.F
-W101.1.2
3
=A1-F1:5
=A1-T101.1:L3
VLT Supplyair
10
14.F
-W101.1.2
4
=A1PE
=A1-T101.1:PE
VLT Supplyair
10
15.F
-W101.2
1
=A1-X3:3
=A1-T101:12
VLT control supply
13
4.E
Li s t of Cabl e Cores
Cablenam e (-)
Wire
Connect ion 1
Connect ion 2
Descript ion
-W101.2
2
=A1-X3:4
=A1-T101:18
VLT control supply
Sheet
13
5.E
Path
-W101.2
3
=A1-X3:5
=A1-T101:01
VLT control supply
13
4.G
-W101.2
4
=A1-X3:6
=A1-T101:02
VLT control supply
13
5.G
-W101.2
5
=A1-X3:7
=A1-T101:54
VLT control supply
13
5.E
-W101.2
6
=A1-X3:8
=A1-T101:55
VLT control supply
13
6.E
-W101.2.2
1
=A1-X3:3
=A1-T101.1:12
VLT control supply
13
7.E
-W101.2.2
2
=A1-X3:4
=A1-T101.1:18
VLT control supply
13
7.E
-W101.2.2
5
=A1-X3:7
=A1-T101.1:54
VLT control supply
13
8.E
-W101.2.2
6
=A1-X3:8
=A1-T101.1:55
VLT control supply
13
8.E
-W101.3
1
=A1-T101:U
=A1-M1:U1
motor supplyair
10
7.J
-W101.3
2
=A1-T101:V
=A1-M1:V1
motor supplyair
10
7.J
-W101.3
3
=A1-T101:W
=A1-M1:W1
motor supplyair
10
7.J
-W101.3
4
=A1-T101:PE
=A1-M1:PE
motor supplyair
10
8.J
-W101.3
5
=A1-T101:PE
=A1-M1:PE
motor supplyair
10
8.J
-W101.3.1
1
=A1-T101:U
=A1-M1.1:U1
motor supplyair
10
10.J
-W101.3.1
2
=A1-T101:V
=A1-M1.1:V1
motor supplyair
10
11.J
-W101.3.1
3
=A1-T101:W
=A1-M1.1:W1
motor supplyair
10
11.J
-W101.3.1
4
=A1-T101:PE
=A1-M1.1:PE
motor supplyair
10
11.J
-W101.3.1
5
=A1-T101:PE
=A1-M1.1:PE
motor supplyair
10
11.J
-W101.3.2
1
=A1-T101.1:U
=A1-M1.2:U1
motor supplyair
10
14.J
Li s t of Cabl e Cores
Cablenam e (-)
Wire
Connect ion 1
Connect ion 2
Descript ion
-W101.3.2
2
=A1-T101.1:V
=A1-M1.2:V1
motor supplyair
Sheet
10
14.J
Path
-W101.3.2
3
=A1-T101.1:W
=A1-M1.2:W1
motor supplyair
10
14.J
-W101.3.2
4
=A1-T101.1:PE
=A1-M1.2:PE
motor supplyair
10
15.J
-W101.3.2
5
=A1-T101.1:PE
=A1-M1.2:PE
motor supplyair
10
15.J
-W101.4
1
=A1-T101:53
=A1-R17:1
Supply thermistor
10
6.J
-W101.4
2
=A1-T101:50
=A1-R17:2
Supply thermistor
10
6.J
-W101.4.1
1
=A1-R17.1:1
Supply thermistor
10
9.J
-W101.4.1
2
=A1-R17.1:2
Supply thermistor
10
9.J
-W101.4.2
1
=A1-T101.1:53
=A1-R19:1
Supply thermistor
10
13.J
-W101.4.2
2
=A1-T101.1:50
=A1-R19:2
Supply thermistor
10
13.J
-W102.1
1
=A1-F4:1
=A1-T102:L1
VLT extract power
21
3.F
-W102.1
2
=A1-F4:3
=A1-T102:L2
VLT extract power
21
3.F
-W102.1
3
=A1-F4:5
=A1-T102:L3
VLT extract power
21
3.F
-W102.1
4
=A1PE
=A1-T102:PE
VLT extract power
21
3.F
-W102.1.2
1
=A1-F4:1
=A1-T102.1:L1
VLT extract power
21
11.F
-W102.1.2
2
=A1-F4:3
=A1-T102.1:L2
VLT extract power
21
11.F
-W102.1.2
3
=A1-F4:5
=A1-T102.1:L3
VLT extract power
21
11.F
-W102.1.2
4
=A1PE
=A1-T102.1:PE
VLT extract power
21
12.F
-W102.2
1
=A1-X5:4
=A1-T102:12
VLT control extract
23
5.D
-W102.2
2
=A1-X5:5
=A1-T102:18
VLT control extract
23
5.E
Li s t of Cabl e Cores
Cablenam e (-)
Wire
Connect ion 1
Connect ion 2
Descript ion
-W102.2
3
=A1-X5:6
=A1-T102:01
VLT control extract
Sheet
23
5.G
Path
-W102.2
4
=A1-X5:7
=A1-T102:02
VLT control extract
23
5.G
-W102.2
5
=A1-X5:8
=A1-T102:54
VLT control extract
23
6.E
-W102.2
6
=A1-X5:9
=A1-T102:55
VLT control extract
23
7.E
-W102.2.2
1
=A1-X5:4
=A1-T102.1:12
VLT control extract
23
8.D
-W102.2.2
2
=A1-X5:5
=A1-T102.1:18
VLT control extract
23
8.E
-W102.2.2
5
=A1-X5:8
=A1-T102.1:54
VLT control extract
23
10.E
-W102.2.2
6
=A1-X5:9
=A1-T102.1:55
VLT control extract
23
10.E
-W102.3
1
=A1-T102:U
=A1-M2:U1
motorcable power
21
3.K
-W102.3
2
=A1-T102:V
=A1-M2:V1
motorcable power
21
3.K
-W102.3
3
=A1-T102:W
=A1-M2:W1
motorcable power
21
3.K
-W102.3
4
=A1-T102:PE
=A1-M2:PE
motorcable power
21
3.K
-W102.3
5
=A1-M2:PE
motorcable power
21
4.J
-W102.3.1
1
=A1-T102:U
=A1-M2.1:U1
motorcable power
21
6.K
-W102.3.1
2
=A1-T102:V
=A1-M2.1:V1
motorcable power
21
7.K
-W102.3.1
3
=A1-T102:W
=A1-M2.1:W1
motorcable power
21
7.K
-W102.3.1
4
=A1-T102:PE
=A1-M2.1:PE
motorcable power
21
7.K
-W102.3.1
5
=A1-T102:PE
=A1-M2.1:PE
motorcable power
21
7.J
-W102.3.2
1
=A1-T102.1:U
=A1-M2.2:U1
motorcable power
21
11.K
-W102.3.2
2
=A1-T102.1:V
=A1-M2.2:V1
motorcable power
21
11.K
Li s t of Cabl e Cores
Cablenam e (-)
Wire
Connect ion 1
Connect ion 2
Descript ion
-W102.3.2
3
=A1-T102.1:W
=A1-M2.2:W1
motorcable power
Sheet
21
11.K
Path
-W102.3.2
4
=A1-T102.1:PE
=A1-M2.2:PE
motorcable power
21
12.K
-W102.3.2
5
=A1-T102.1:PE
=A1-M2.2:PE
motorcable power
21
12.J
-W102.4
1
=A1-T102:53
=A1-R18:1
Extract thermistor
21
1.J
-W102.4
2
=A1-T102:50
=A1-R18:2
Extract thermistor
21
2.J
-W102.4.1
1
=A1-R18.1:1
Extract thermistor
21
5.J
-W102.4.1
2
=A1-R18.1:2
Extract thermistor
21
5.J
-W102.4.2
1
=A1-T102.1:53
=A1-R20:1
Extract thermistor
21
10.J
-W102.4.2
2
=A1-T102.1:50
=A1-R20:2
Extract thermistor
21
10.J
-W301
1
=A1-X5:1
=A1-B1:1
Filterguard supply
23
2.B
-W301
2
=A1-X5:2
=A1-B1:3
Filterguard supply
23
2.D
-W301.1
1
=A1-X5:2
=A1-B2:1
Pre-filterguard supply
23
2.E
-W301.1
2
=A1-X5:3
=A1-B2:3
Pre-filterguard supply
23
2.F
-W302
1
=A1-X3:2
=A1-B3:1
Filterguard Extract
13
2.C
-W302
2
=A1-X3:1
=A1-B3:3
Filterguard Extract
13
2.E
-W304
1
=A1-X3:13
=A1-B4
Fire termostat supply air
14
2.B
-W304
2
=A1-X3:14
=A1-B4
Fire termostat supply air
14
2.D
-W305
1
=A1-X3:14
=A1-B5
Fire termostat extract air
14
2.E
-W305
2
=A1-X3:15
=A1-B5
Fire termostat extract air
14
2.G
-W306
1
=A1-X3:16
=A1-B6:1
Smokedetector
14
8.C
Li s t of Cabl e Cores
Cablenam e (-)
Wire
Connect ion 1
Connect ion 2
Descript ion
-W306
2
=A1-X3:17
=A1-B6:2
Smokedetector
Sheet
14
8.C
Path
-W306
3
=A1-X3:13
=A1-B6:4
Smokedetector
14
7.C
-W306
4
=A1-X3:15
=A1-B6:10
Smokedetector
14
7.E
-W310
1
=A1-X3:20
=A1-R3
Temperatur sensor extract
15
3.C
-W310
2
=A1-X3:19
=A1-R3
Temperatur sensor extract
15
3.C
-W311
1
=A1-X3:20
=A1-R4
Temperatur sensor supply air
15
7.C
-W311
2
=A1-X3:21
=A1-R4
Temperatur sensor supply air
15
7.C
-W312
1
=A1-X5:18
=A1-R1
Temperatur sensor intake
24
2.C
-W312
2
=A1-X5:17
=A1-R1
Temperatur sensor intake
24
2.C
-W313
1
=A1-X5:21
=A1-R2
Temperatur sensor exhaust
24
12.C
-W313
2
=A1-X5:20
=A1-R2
Temperatur sensor exhaust
24
12.C
-W314
1
=A1-X3:23
=A1-R5
Frost protection heating coil
15
15.C
-W314
2
=A1-X3:24
=A1-R5
Frost protection heating coil
15
15.C
-W315
1
=A1-X5:18
=A1-R6
Deicing for plate heat
24
5.C
-W315
2
=A1-X5:19
=A1-R6
Deicing for plate heat
24
5.C
-W319
1
=A1-X3:17
-B8:1
Electrical heating coil
14
12.B
-W319
2
=A1-X3:18
-B8:2
Electrical heating coil
14
12.F
-W319
3
=A1-X3:41
-B8:Y
Electrical heating coil
14
13.C
-W319
4
=A1-X3:42
-B8:GO
Electrical heating coil
14
14.C
-W319
5
=A1-X2:3
-B8:7
Electrical heating coil
14
14.C
Li s t of Cabl e Cores
Cablenam e (-)
Wire
Connect ion 1
Connect ion 2
Descript ion
-W319
6
=A1-X2:4
-B8:8
Electrical heating coil
Sheet
14
14.C
Path
-W320
1
=A1-X3:42
=A1-M6:1
Heating valve
19
5.J
-W320
2
=A1-X3:43
=A1-M6:2
Heating valve
19
5.K
-W320
3
=A1-X3:41
=A1-M6:3
Heating valve
19
4.J
-W321
1
=A1-X3:42
=A1-M7:1
Cooling valve
19
11.J
-W321
2
=A1-X3:43
=A1-M7:2
Cooling valve
19
11.K
-W321
3
=A1-X3:44
=A1-M7:3
Cooling valve
19
11.J
-W322
1
=A1-X5:36
=A1-M8:1
Bypass plate heating
27
7.K
-W322
2
=A1-X5:37
=A1-M8:2
Bypass plate heating
27
7.K
-W322
3
=A1-X5:35
=A1-M8:3
Bypass plate heating
27
7.K
-W328
1
=A1-X3:10
=A1-DVU:7
DVU Control
13
11.C
-W328
2
=A1-X3:9
=A1-DVU:8
DVU Control
13
11.F
-W328
3
=A1-K3:14
=A1-DVU:3
DVU Control
20
4.J
-W328
4
=A1-K3:11
=A1-DVU:4
DVU Control
20
4.J
-W328
5
=A1-X3:44
=A1-DVU:5
DVU Control
19
13.J
-W328
6
=A1-X3:42
=A1-DVU:6
DVU Control
19
13.J
-W329
1
=A1-F2:1
=A1-DVU L1
DVU supply
10
17.J
-W329
2
=A1-F2:3
=A1-DVU L2
DVU supply
10
17.J
-W329
3
=A1-F2:5
=A1-DVU L3
DVU supply
10
18.J
-W329
4
=A1-F2:N
=A1-DVU N
DVU supply
10
18.J
Li s t of Cabl e Cores
Cablenam e (-)
Wire
Connect ion 1
Connect ion 2
Descript ion
-W329
5
=A1PE
=A1-DVU PE
DVU supply
Sheet
10
18.J
Path
-W330
1
=A1-X5:29
=A1-M3:1
Supply air damper on/off
26
5.K
-W330
2
=A1-X5:28
=A1-M3:2
Supply air damper on/off
26
5.K
-W330
3
=A1-X5:30
=A1-M3:3
Supply air damper on/off
26
5.K
-W330S
1
=A1-X5:29
=A1-M3s:1
Supply air damper springreturn
26
8.K
-W330S
2
=A1-X5:30
=A1-M3s:2
Supply air damper springreturn
26
8.K
-W331
1
=A1-X3:35
=A1-M4:1
Extract air damper on/off
18
1.J
-W331
2
=A1-X3:34
=A1-M4:2
Extract air damper on/off
18
2.J
-W331
3
=A1-X3:33
=A1-M4:3
Extract air damper on/off
18
2.J
-W331S
1
=A1-X3:35
=A1-M4s:1
Extract air damper spring
18
4.J
-W331S
2
=A1-X3:33
=A1-M4s:2
Extract air damper spring
18
4.J
-W332
1
=A1-X3:38
=A1-M11:1
Rec mix damper
18
12.J
-W332
2
=A1-X3:39
=A1-M11:2
Rec mix damper
18
12.J
-W332
3
=A1-X3:37
=A1-M11:3
Rec mix damper
18
12.J
-W332s
1
=A1-X3:38
=A1-M11s:1
18
14.J
-W332s
2
=A1-X3:37
=A1-M11s:2
18
15.J
-W333
1
=A1-X5:33
=A1-M9:1
Supply air mix damper
26
11.J
-W333
2
=A1-X5:32
=A1-M9:2
Supply air mix damper
26
11.J
-W333
3
=A1-X5:31
=A1-M9:3
Supply air mix damper
26
11.J
-W334
1
=A1-X3:35
=A1-M10:1
mix extract damper on/off
18
6.J
Li s t of Cabl e Cores
Cablenam e (-)
Wire
Connect ion 1
Connect ion 2
Descript ion
-W334
2
=A1-X3:34
=A1-M10:2
mix extract damper on/off
Sheet
18
7.J
Path
-W334
3
=A1-X3:36
=A1-M10:3
mix extract damper on/off
18
7.J
-W334s
1
=A1-X3:35
=A1-M10s:1
Mix extract damper spring
18
9.J
-W334s
2
=A1-X3:36
=A1-M10s:2
Mix extract damper spring
18
9.J
-W340
1
=A1-X3:27
=A1-P4:24V
Pressure extract air external
16
3.C
-W340
2
=A1-X3:25
=A1-P4:0-10V
Pressure extract air external
16
2.C
-W340
3
=A1-X3:26
=A1-P4:ANG
Pressure extract air external
16
2.C
-W341
1
=A1-X3:31
=A1-P3:24V
Pressure supply external
16
15.C
-W341
2
=A1-X3:32
=A1-P3:0-10V
Pressure supply external
16
15.C
-W341
3
=A1-X3:30
=A1-P3:ANG
Pressure supply external
16
14.C
-W350
1
=A1-X3:27
=A1-P1:24V
Flow measuring supply
16
7.C
-W350
2
=A1-X3:28
=A1-P1:0-10V
Flow measuring supply
16
6.C
-W350
3
=A1-X3:26
=A1-P1:ANG
Flow measuring supply
16
6.C
-W351
1
=A1-X5:28
=A1-P2:24V
Flow measuring extract
25
15.C
-W351
2
=A1-X5:27
=A1-P2:0-10V
Flow measuring extract
25
14.C
-W351
3
=A1-X5:29
=A1-P2:ANG
Flow measuring extract
25
14.C
-W352
1
=A1-X5:25
=A1-P6:24V
Humidity sensor supplyair
25
11.C
-W352
2
=A1-X5:26
=A1-P6:0-10V
Humidity sensor supplyair
25
10.C
-W352
3
=A1-X5:24
=A1-P6:ANG
Humidity sensor supplyair
25
10.C
-W353
1
=A1-X5:14
=A1-P9/-P5:24V
Humidity sensor external
24
9.C
Li s t of Cabl e Cores
Cablenam e (-)
Wire
Connect ion 1
Connect ion 2
Descript ion
-W353
2
=A1-X5:16
=A1-P9/-P5:0-10V
Humidity sensor external
Sheet
24
8.C
Path
-W353
3
=A1-X5:15
=A1-P9/-P5:ANG
Humidity sensor external
24
8.C
-W354
1
=A1-X3:31
=A1-P7/-P8:24V
CO2 Sensor
16
11.C
-W354
2
=A1-X3:29
=A1-P7/-P8:0-10V
CO2 Sensor
16
11.C
-W354
3
=A1-X3:30
=A1-P7/-P8:ANG
CO2 Sensor
16
10.C
-W360
1
=A1-X5:21
=A1-R7
Room sensor no.1
25
2.C
-W360
2
=A1-X5:22
=A1-R7
Room sensor no.1
25
2.C
-W361
1
=A1-X5:24
=A1-R8
Room sensor no.2
25
5.C
-W361
2
=A1-X5:23
=A1-R8
Room sensor no.2
25
5.C
-W363
1
=A1-X3:23
=A1-R9
Outdoor sensor
15
11.C
-W363
2
=A1-X3:22
=A1-R9
Outdoor sensor
15
11.C
-W365
1
=A1-R10
=A1-X5:24
Pre-heat temperatur sensor
25
7.C
-W365
2
=A1-R10
=A1-X5:23
Pre-heat temperatur sensor
25
8.C
-W371
1
=A1-X3:39
=A1-B7:1
Capilarsensor
18
17.B
-W371
2
=A1-X3:50
=A1-B7:4
Capilarsensor
18
17.D
-W371.1
1
=A1-B8:1
=A1-X3:50
Capilarsensor bulb
18
17.E
-W371.1
2
=A1-X3:40
=A1-B8:4
Capilarsensor bulb
18
17.F
-W380
1
=A1-X3:10
=A1-S2
Reduced speed
13
15.C
-W380
2
=A1-X3:11
=A1-S2
Reduced speed
13
15.E
-W381
1
=A1-X3:13
=A1-S10
Normal speed
13
17.C
Li s t of Cabl e Cores
Cablenam e (-)
Wire
Connect ion 1
Connect ion 2
Descript ion
-W381
2
=A1-X3:12
=A1-S10
Normal speed
13
17.E
-W390
1
=A1-X5:35
=A1-T110:12
Rot. heat recovery
27
4.K
-W390
2
=A1-X5:36
=A1-T110:13
Rot. heat recovery
27
5.K
-W390
3
=A1-X5:10
=A1-T110:9
Rot. heat recovery
23
12.D
-W390
4
=A1-X5:11
=A1-T110:10
Rot. heat recovery
23
12.D
-W700
1
=A1-X2:5
=A1-S1
Light switch
11
8.J
-W700
2
=A1-X2:6
=A1-S1
Light switch
11
9.J
-W701.1
1
=A1-X2:7
=A1-E1.1:L1
Light P20
11
11.J
-W701.1
2
=A1-X2:8
=A1-E1.1:N
Light P20
11
11.J
-W701.2
1
=A1-E1.1:L1
=A1-E1.2:L1
Light P20
11
12.K
-W701.2
2
=A1-E1.1:N
=A1-E1.2:N
Light P20
11
12.K
-W701.3
1
=A1-E1.2:L1
=A1-E1.3:L1
Light P20
11
13.L
-W701.3
2
=A1-E1.2:N
=A1-E1.3:N
Light P20
11
13.L
-W702.1
1
=A1-X2:8
=A1-E2.1:L1
Light P21
11
15.J
-W702.1
2
=A1-X2:9
=A1-E2.1:N
Light P21
11
16.J
-W702.2
1
=A1-E2.1:L1
=A1-E2.2:L1
11
17.K
-W702.2
2
=A1-E2.1:N
=A1-E2.2:N
11
17.K
-W702.3
1
=A1-E2.2:L1
=A1-E2.3:L1
11
18.L
-W702.3
2
=A1-E2.2:N
=A1-E2.3:N
11
18.L
-W900
1
=A1-X5:38
-B9:1
27
11.J
Pre-heating
Sheet
Path
Li s t of Cabl e Cores
Cablenam e (-)
Wire
Connect ion 1
Connect ion 2
Descript ion
-W900
2
=A1-X5:37
-B9:2
Pre-heating
Sheet
27
12.J
Path
-W900
3
=A1-X5:39
-B9:Y
Pre-heating
27
13.J
-W900
4
=A1-X5:36
-B9:G0
Pre-heating
27
14.J
-W900
5
=A1-X5:40
-B9:8
Pre-heating
27
14.J
-W900
6
=A1-K10:14
-B9:7
Pre-heating
27
15.J
-W1000
1
=A1-X1:L1
=A1- Supply L1
Main supply
10
3.J
-W1000
2
=A1-X1:L2
=A1- Supply L2
Main supply
10
3.J
-W1000
3
=A1-X1:L3
=A1- Supply L3
Main supply
10
3.J
-W1000
4
=A1-X1:N
=A1- Supply N
Main supply
10
3.K
-W1000
5
=A1-X1:PE
=A1- Supply PE
Main supply
10
4.K
Li s t of PLC I / O
Funct ion (= ) Locat ion (+ ) P LC (-) Operand S ym bol A dress
Com m ent
Con. No.
MODB US
B A CK net
Connect ion
S heet
Cell
Li s t of PLC I / O
Funct ion (= ) Locat ion (+ ) P LC (-) Operand S ym bol A dress
Com m ent
Con. No.
MODB US
B A CK net
Connect ion
S heet
Cell
Pat h
Sheet
Cable nam e
Not e
Cable t ype
Cable nam e
Connect i on 1
Term.
-X1
Ter mi nal St r i p:
----- Cable -----
No. Connect i on 2
Cable t ype
Termi nal Mat ri x
Not e
----- Cable -----
Pat h
Sheet
Cable nam e
Not e
Cable t ype
Cable nam e
Connect i on 1
Term.
-X2
Ter mi nal St r i p:
----- Cable -----
No. Connect i on 2
Cable t ype
Termi nal Mat ri x
Not e
----- Cable -----
Pat h
Sheet
Cable nam e
Not e
Cable t ype
Cable nam e
Connect i on 1
Term.
-X3
Ter mi nal St r i p:
----- Cable -----
No. Connect i on 2
Cable t ype
Termi nal Mat ri x
Not e
----- Cable -----
Pat h
Sheet
Cable nam e
Not e
Cable t ype
Cable nam e
Connect i on 1
Term.
-X3
Ter mi nal St r i p:
----- Cable -----
No. Connect i on 2
Cable t ype
Termi nal Mat ri x
Not e
----- Cable -----
Pat h
Sheet
Cable nam e
Not e
Cable t ype
Cable nam e
Connect i on 1
Term.
-X4
Ter mi nal St r i p:
----- Cable -----
No. Connect i on 2
Cable t ype
Termi nal Mat ri x
Not e
----- Cable -----
Pat h
Sheet
Cable nam e
Not e
Cable t ype
Cable nam e
Connect i on 1
Term.
-X5
Ter mi nal St r i p:
----- Cable -----
No. Connect i on 2
Cable t ype
Termi nal Mat ri x
Not e
----- Cable -----
Pat h
Sheet
Cable nam e
Not e
Cable t ype
Cable nam e
Connect i on 1
Term.
-X5
Ter mi nal St r i p:
----- Cable -----
No. Connect i on 2
Cable t ype
Termi nal Mat ri x
Not e
----- Cable -----
9
L
-Corri go E0 -R 2 G0
Mixer pump
Power
S p e e d d ri ve
ro t a ry h e a t e xc h a n g e r
Cont rol s i gnal
Al arm s i gnal
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: V V X P ower
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: M ixing pum p
Type: Not del i vered
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: Rem ot e panel
Supply air
VL T Co n verte r
Supply air
VL T Co n verte r
Supply air
R el ay
VL T Co n verte r
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: V LT cont rol suppl y
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: V LT S uppl yai r
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: V LT S uppl yai r
Supply air
R el ay
VL T Co n verte r
AC/PM Supply air
T win AC Supply air
T wi n PM Suppl y ai r
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: m ot or suppl yai r
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: m ot or suppl yai r
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: m ot or suppl yai r
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: V LT cont rol suppl y
T h e r m i st o r
1
2
T h e rm i st o r
1
2
T h e rm i st o r
1
2
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: S uppl y t herm i st or
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: S uppl y t herm i st or
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: S uppl y t herm i st or
e xtra ct ai r
VL T Co n ve rte r
e xtra ct ai r
VL T Co nve rter
extra ct a i r
R el ay
VL T Co nve rte r
Type:
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: V LT cont rol ext ract
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: V LT ext ract power
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: V LT ext ract power
e xtra ct ai r
R elay
VL T Co n ve rte r
AC/PM Extra ct m oto r
AC twi n Extra ct m oto r
PM twi n Extract m o to r
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: m ot orcabl e power
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: m ot orcabl e power
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: m ot orcabl e power
Type:
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: V LT cont rol ext ract
T h e r m i st o r
1
2
T h e rm i st o r
1
2
T h e rm i st o r
1
2
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: E xt ract t herm i st or
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: E xt ract t herm i st or
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: E xt ract t herm i st or
3
Fi l te rg u a rd
Pre -fi l terg u ard
3
P
Fi l te r g u a rd
3
P
P
F i re t e rm o st a t su p p l y a i r
1
1
1
Type:
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: Fi re t erm ost at suppl y ai r
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: Fi l t erguard E xt ract
Type:
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: P re-f i l t erguard suppl y
Type:
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: Fi l t erguard suppl y
F i re t e rm o st a t e x t ra c t a i r
S m o ke d e t .
T e m p e ra t u re se n so r
1
2
9
5
4
Type:
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: Tem perat ur sensor ext ract
Type:
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: S m okedet ect or
Type:
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: Fi re t erm ost at ext ract ai r
T e m p e ra t u re se n so r
T e m p e ra t u r se n so r
T e m p e ra t u r se n so r
Type:
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: Tem perat ur sensor exhaust
Type:
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: Tem perat ur sensor i nt ake
Type:
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: Tem perat ur sensor suppl y ai r
T e m p e ra t u re se n so r
T e m p e ra t u r se n so r
Type:
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: Dei ci ng f or pl at e heat
Type:
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: Frost prot ect i on heat i ng coi l
2
El e ctri ca l he a ter
Valve for heating
Mo d u l a t i n g
motor
2
1
3
8
7
1
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: Heat i ng val ve
Type:
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: E l ect ri cal heat i ng coi l
Valve for cooling
Mo d u l a t i n g
motor
8
Mo d u l a t i n g
motor
3
2
1
2
1
3
6
5
4
3
7
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: DV U suppl y
Type:
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: DV U Cont rol
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: B ypass plat e heat i ng
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: Cool i ng val ve
Supply air
Damper
motor
Supply air
Damper
motor
Extract a i r
Damper
motor
3
2
1
2
1
3
2
1
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: E xt ract ai r dam per on/ of f
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: S uppl y ai r dam per spri ngret urn
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: S uppl y ai r dam per on/ of f
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: DV U suppl y
Extra ct a i r
Damper
motor
Rec dam per
Damper
motor
re c d am p e r
Damper
motor
Supply mix
Damper
motor
1
2
3
2
1
1
2
3
2
1
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: S uppl y ai r m i x dam per
Type:
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on:
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: Rec m i x dam per
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: E xt ract ai r dam per spri ng
E xtra ct m i x
Damper
motor
E xtra ct m i x
Damper
motor
P re ssu re t ra n sm i t t e r
P
2
1
3
2
1
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: P ressure ext ract ai r ext ernal
Type:
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: M ix ext ract dam per spri ng
Type:
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: m ix ext ract dam per on/ of f
P re ssu r e t r a n sm i t t e r
P
P re ssu re t ra n sm i t t e r
P
F l o w m e a su r i n g
P
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: Fl ow m easuri ng ext ract
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: Fl ow m easuri ng suppl y
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: P ressure suppl y ext ernal
H u m i d i t y se n so r
P
H u m i d i t y se n so r
P
C O 2 se n so r
P
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: CO2 S ensor
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: Hum i dit y sensor ext ernal
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: Hum i dit y sensor supplyai r
T e m p e ra t u re se n so r
T e m p e ra t u re se n so r
T e m p e ra t u re se n so r
Type:
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: P re-heat t em perat ur sensor
Type:
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: Out door sensor
Type:
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: Room sensor no. 2
Type:
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: Room sensor no. 1
1
1
4
4
C a p i l a r se n so r
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: Reduced speed
Type:
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: Capi l arsensor bul b
Type:
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: Capi l arsensor
Type:
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: P re-heat t em perat ur sensor
9
Power
S p e e d d ri ve
r o t a r y h e a t e xc h a n g e r
Cont rol s i gnal
Al arm s i gnal
L
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: Light P 20
Type:
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: Light swi t ch
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: Rot . heat recovery
Type:
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: Norm al speed
Type:
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on:
Type:
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on:
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: Light P 21
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: Light P 20
Type: Y -OZ
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: Light P 20
- Supply PE
- Supply N
- Supply L3
- Supply L2
- Supply L1
E l e ctri ca l p re -h e a te r
7
8
2
1
Type: Not del i vered
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: M ai n supply
Type:
Di m ensi on:
Lengt h: m
Descript i on: P re-heat i ng
Path
Sheet
Cable t ype
----- Cable -----
Cable nam e
Term.
No.
-X1
Termi nal St ri p
Connect i on
Not e
Path
Sheet
Cable t ype
----- Cable -----
Cable nam e
Term.
2
L
8
7
1
No.
-X2
Termi nal St ri p
Connect i on
Not e
Path
Sheet
Cable t ype
----- Cable -----
Cable nam e
Term.
1
No.
S ys t e m A i r A / S
P
3
-X3
Termi nal St ri p
Connect i on
Not e
VL T Co n ve rte r
R elay
F ilt er guar d
Ext r act air
Mas t er c ont r oller
V L T Co n ve rte r
R elay
Path
Sheet
Cable t ype
----- Cable -----
Cable nam e
Term.
8
S ys t e m A i r A / S
Cooling alar m
Mas t er c ont r oller
1
2
9
5
4
7
No.
-X3
Termi nal St ri p
Connect i on
Not e
Path
Sheet
Cable t ype
----- Cable -----
Cable nam e
Term.
2
8
7
1
1
2
9
5
4
No.
-X3
Termi nal St ri p
Connect i on
Not e
Path
Sheet
Cable t ype
----- Cable -----
Cable nam e
Term.
No.
-X3
Termi nal St ri p
Connect i on
Not e
P
P
P
P
Path
Sheet
Cable t ype
----- Cable -----
Cable nam e
Term.
1
Damper
motor
1
1
2
3
2
Damper
motor
Damper
motor
4
Damper
motor
1
3
2
1
2
Damper
motor
2
Damper
motor
1
3
2
No.
-X3
1
Termi nal St ri p
Connect i on
Not e
Path
Sheet
Cable t ype
----- Cable -----
Cable nam e
Term.
4
1
No.
-X3
Termi nal St ri p
Connect i on
Not e
Path
Sheet
Cable t ype
----- Cable -----
Cable nam e
Term.
2
1
6
3
2
1
3
8
7
5
No.
-X3
1
Mo d u l a t i n g
motor
2
Termi nal St ri p
Connect i on
Not e
Mo d u l a t i n g
motor
Path
Sheet
Cable t ype
----- Cable -----
Cable nam e
Term.
4
1
No.
-X3
Termi nal St ri p
Connect i on
Not e
Path
Sheet
Cable t ype
----- Cable -----
Cable nam e
Term.
No.
L
Cont rol s i gnal
Power
S p e e d d ri ve
r o t a r y h e a t e xc h a n g e r
Al arm s i gnal
9
-X4
Termi nal St ri p
Connect i on
Not e
Path
Sheet
Cable t ype
----- Cable -----
Cable nam e
Term.
1
No.
1
P
S ys t e m A i r A / S
3
P
3
-X5
Termi nal St ri p
Connect i on
Not e
F ilt er guar d
Ext r act air
S lav e c ont r oller
Path
Sheet
Cable t ype
----- Cable -----
Cable nam e
Term.
L
No.
Control s i gnal
Power
VL T Co nve rte r
R el ay
VL T Co n ve rter
R elay
S p e e d d r i ve
r o t a r y h e a t e xc h a n g e r
Al arm s i gnal
9
-X5
Termi nal St ri p
Connect i on
Not e
Path
Sheet
Cable t ype
----- Cable -----
Cable nam e
Term.
No.
-X5
Termi nal St ri p
Connect i on
Not e
S ys t e m A i r A / S
S ys t e mA i r A / S
Rec ir c ulat ion O N
S lav e c ont r oller
S lav e c ont r oller
P
Path
Sheet
Cable t ype
----- Cable -----
Cable nam e
Term.
P
P
Damper
motor
Damper
motor
1
2
3
2
1
3
2
1
No.
-X5
Termi nal St ri p
Connect i on
Not e
Damper
motor
Path
Sheet
Cable t ype
----- Cable -----
Cable nam e
Term.
Cont rol s i gnal
Power
S p e e d d r i ve
ro t a ry h e a t e xc h a n g e r
Al arm s i gnal
9
Mo d u l a t i n g
motor
7
8
2
1
L
3
2
No.
-X5
1
Termi nal St ri p
Connect i on
Not e
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