ComfoAir 550 Luxe User Manual

ComfoAir 550 Luxe User Manual
ComfoAir 550 Luxe
User Manual
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This manual has been compiled with the utmost care. The publisher cannot be held liable for any damage caused as a
result of missing or incorrect information in this manual. In case of disputes the Dutch version of these instructions will
be binding.
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Table of Contents
Preface ............................................................................................................................................................ 1
1
2
INTrodUCTIoN ............................................................................................................................................. 1
1.1
Guarantee and liability ........................................................................................................................ 1
1.1.1 General ...................................................................................................................................... 1
1.1.2 Guarantee conditions ............................................................................................................... 1
1.1.3 Liability ...................................................................................................................................... 1
1.2
Safety .................................................................................................................................................. 2
1.2.1 Safety regulations ..................................................................................................................... 2
1.2.2 Safety provisions and measures .............................................................................................. 2
1.2.3 Pictograms used....................................................................................................................... 2
For ThE USEr ............................................................................................................................................... 3
2.1
Glossary ............................................................................................................................................... 3
2.1.1 Balanced ventilation ................................................................................................................. 3
2.1.2 Heat recovery............................................................................................................................ 3
2.1.3 Bypass for free cooling ............................................................................................................ 3
2.1.4 Frost protection ........................................................................................................................ 3
2.1.5 Open fire programme ............................................................................................................... 3
2.1.6 Wireless (RF) control (optional) ................................................................................................ 3
2.1.7 Non-powered extractor hood (optional) .................................................................................. 4
2.1.8 Preheater element (optional) .................................................................................................... 4
2.1.9 Afterheater (optional) ................................................................................................................ 4
2.1.10 Geothermal heat exchanger (optional) .................................................................................... 4
2.1.11 Enthalpy (optional) .................................................................................................................... 4
2.1.12 Analogue input (0-10V) ............................................................................................................. 4
2.1.13 Luxury versions extra options.................................................................................................. 4
2.2
Available operating devices ............................................................................................................... 5
2.2.1 3-position switch ...................................................................................................................... 5
2.2.2 Bathroom switch ...................................................................................................................... 5
2.2.3 CO2 sensor ................................................................................................................................ 5
2.2.4 CC Luxe panel .......................................................................................................................... 6
2.2.5 CC Ease panel .......................................................................................................................... 6
2.3
operating the CC Ease panel............................................................................................................. 7
2.3.1 Setting the date and time ......................................................................................................... 7
2.3.2 Reading and setting the comfort temperature ........................................................................ 8
2.3.3 Reading and setting the ventilation volume ............................................................................ 8
2.3.4 Switching Boost on .................................................................................................................. 9
2.3.5 Switching the extractor hood on/off (optional) ....................................................................... 9
2.3.6 Switching the supply and exhaust fan on/off.......................................................................... 9
2.3.7 Setting a personal ventilation programme ............................................................................ 10
2.3.8 Setting additional ventilation programmes/ options in the P menus ................................... 10
2.3.9 P menus for the user .............................................................................................................. 12
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3.
2.4
Maintenance by the user .................................................................................................................. 14
2.4.1 Cleaning or replacing the filters ............................................................................................. 14
2.4.2 Cleaning the valves (in your dwelling) ................................................................................... 14
2.5
Malfunctions ...................................................................................................................................... 15
2.5.1 Malfunction alerts on digital operating devices .................................................................... 15
2.5.2 3-position switches with malfunction indicator .................................................................... 15
2.5.3 What to do in the event of a malfunction .............................................................................. 15
2.6
End of useful life................................................................................................................................ 15
EEC declaration of conformity ................................................................................................................... 16
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Preface
1.1
Carefully read this manual before use.
This manual provides all the information required
for safe and optimal, operation of the ComfoAir 550
Luxe. It is also intended as a reference for servicing, so that this can be carried out in a responsible
manner. The device is subject to continuous development and improvement. As a result, the ComfoAir
550 Luxe may slightly differ from the descriptions.
NOTE
This manual has been compiled with
the utmost care. However, no rights can be
derived from it. In addition, we at all times
reserve the right to change the contents of
this manual, without prior notice.
1 Introduction
The device's name is ComfoAir 550 Luxe. In the following it will be referred to as ComfoAir.
The ComfoAir is a balanced ventilation system with
heat recovery in order to create healthy, balanced
and energy-efficient ventilation in houses. The
ComfoAir has a CE marking on the identification
plate. The identification plate can be found on top
of the ComfoAir.
Warranty and liability
1.1.1 General
The sales and warranty conditions for companies in
the metal, plastic and technology industries, which
apply to the ComfoAir, have been deposited with
the Clerk of the District Courts of the Hague on 19th
October 1998, under number 119/1998.
1.1.2 Guarantee conditions
The ComfoAir is covered by a manufacturer’s warranty for a period of 24 months after fitting up to
a maximum of 30 months after the date of manufacture. Warranty claims may only be submitted for
material faults and/or construction faults arising
during the warranty period. In the case of a warranty claim, the ComfoAir must not be dismantled
without written permission from the manufacturer.
Spare parts are only covered by guarantee, if they
were supplied by the manufacturer and have been
installed by an approved installer.
The warranty becomes invalid if:
• The guarantee period has elapsed;
• The device is used without filters;
• Parts are used that have not been supplied by
the manufacturer;
• Non-authorised changes or modifications have
been made to the unit.
1.1.3 Liability
The ComfoAir has been designed and manufactured for use in “balanced ventilation systems”. Any
other use is deemed unintended use and can lead
to damage to the ComfoAir or personal injury, for
which the manufacturer cannot be held liable.
The manufacturer is not liable for any damage originating from:
• Non-compliance with the safety, operating and
maintenance instructions in this manual;
• The use of components not supplied or recommended by the manufacturer.
Responsibility for the use of such components
lies entirely with the installer;
• Normal wear and tear.
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1.2
Safety
1.2.1 Safety regulations
Always comply with safety regulations in this manual. Non-compliance with the safety regulations,
warnings, notes and instructions in this manual can
cause personal injury or damage to the ComfoAir.
• The ComfoAir may only be installed, connected,
rendered operational and maintained by an appropriately approved installer, unless otherwise
indicated in this manual;
• Installation of the ComfoAir must be carried out
in accordance with the general and locally applicable construction, safety and installation
instructions of the local council, electricity and
water boards or other agencies;
• Observe the safety regulations, warnings, comments and instructions as prescribed in this
manual at all times;
• Keep this manual with the ComfoAir throughout
its life;
• Instructions with regard to cleaning or replacing
the filters of the intake and exhaust valves must
be carefully observed;
• The specifications stated in this document may
not be changed;
• Modifying the ComfoAir is not allowed;
• The ComfoAir is only suitable for connetion to
230V 50Hz mains;
• It is recommended to take out a maintenance
contract so that the device is checked on a
regular Basic. The supplier can provide a list of
registered installers nearby.
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1.2.2 Safety provisions and measures
•
•
The ComfoAir cannot be opened without using
tools;
It should not be possible to touch the fans,
therefore ducting must be connected to the
ComfoAir at a minimum duct length of 900mm.
1.2.3 Pictograms used
The following pictograms are used in this manual:
Point of attention.
Risk of:
- damage to the device;
- performance of the device is compromised if
instructions are not observed carefully.
Risk of personal injury to the user or
installer.
2 For the user
2.1.2 heat recovery
Congratulations, you are the owner of a
ComfoAir 550 Luxe,
an heat recovery unit from Zehnder.
We wish you lots of comfort.
2.1
Glossary
The ComfoAir features:
• Balanced ventilation;
• Heat recovery;
• Bypass for free cooling;
• Frost protection;
• Open fire programme;
• Wireless (RF) control (optional)
• Non-powered extractor hood (optional)
• Preheater element (optional);
• Afterheater (optional);
• Geothermal heat exchanger (optional);
• Analogue input (0-10V);
• Enthalpy (optional).
A concise explanation of these concepts/features is
given in the paragraphs below.
2.1.1 Balanced ventilation
The ComfoAir is a balanced ventilation system. Balanced ventilation means that pollutants from the
kitchen, the bathroom, the toilet(s) and possibly the
storage room are extracted, while the same amount
of fresh air is blown into the living room and bedrooms. Gaps under or near the doors ensure a good
through-flow in the dwelling. The air circulation is
in balance.
Ensure that these gaps are never obstructed
by draught excluders or deep-pile carpet, for
example. Otherwise the system will not function optimally.
A balanced ventilation system consists of:
• ComfoAir (A);
• Duct system for the supply of outdoor air (B)
and the exhaust of indoor air (C);
• Supply valves in the living room and bedrooms (D);
• Exhaust valves in the kitchen, bathroom, the
toilet and (if present) the storage room (E);
• Optional non-powered extractor hood with
3-position switch (F).
B
Besides ensuring a healthy balance between incoming and outgoing air, the ComfoAir also provides the benefits of heat recovery. Heat recovery
means that heat from the extracted air is transferred
to the fresh, and usually colder, air from outside the
building.
2.1.3 Bypass for free cooling
The bypass is often used during hot days in the
summer season. By allowing colder outside air in at
night, the indoor temperature of the dwelling can be
kept low during hot days. The bypass works automatically: simply set the required comfort temperature.
2.1.4 Frost protection
The ComfoAir is also fitted with a frost protection
device. This is an automatic protective system that
temporarily reduces (or even briefly stops) the supply of outdoor air to the ComfoAir if there is a risk
of freezing in the ComfoAir. This can occur in the
event of moderate to sharp frost during the winter
months.
2.1.5 Openfireprogramme
The ComfoAir is fitted with an Open fire programme.
The Open fire programme is used in houses that
have a fireplace, as there is a risk of air being
sucked back from the chimney. The Open fire programme works automatically but requires activation
by the installer.
While the Open fire programme is activated the
supplyandexhaustfancannotbeturnedoffmanually.
2.1.6 Wireless (rF) control (optional)
It is possible to set the ventilation positions of the
ComfoAir with one or more wireless switches. To do
this the ComfoAir needs a build in RF module or a
connected CC Ease panel.
C
A
D
D
E
D
E
D
E
F
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2.1.7 Non-powered extractor hood (optional)
It is possible to fit the ventilation system with a nonpowered extractor hood.
A powered extractor hood may nevery be
connected to the same ducting as the ComfoAir.
The non-powered extractor hood is mounted above
the hob and removes undesirable cooking smells.
There are four types of non-powered extractor
hoods available:
• Type 1 g Mechanical on/off switch.
- The exhaust valve is operated by turning the on/off switch.
- The ventilation setting must be set
with the ComfoAir switch;
• Type 2 g Electrical on/off switch.
- The exhaust valve is operated by
pushing the on/off switch.
- The ventilation setting must be set
with the ComfoAir switch;
• Type 3 g Electrical on/off switch with connection to the ComfoAir.
- The exhaust valve is operated by
pushing the on/off switch.
- The ventilation setting switches automatically to an "High" setting;
• Type 4 g 3-position switch with connection to
the ComfoAir.
- The exhaust valve is operated by selecting a ventilation setting on the extractor hood.
- The ventilation setting switches automatically to an "High" setting.
The 3-position switch can also be integrated
in a CC-Luxe.
The non-powered extractor hood is part of
the ducting of the ventilation system, and
does not form part of the ComfoAir.
2.1.8 Preheater element (optional)
Fitting the optional Preheater element in the ComfoAir gives the added bonus that balanced ventilation remains intact for longer. In that case, the
supply of cold outside air no longer needs to be reduced (so soon). The Preheater element is activated
and deactivated automatically.
2.1.9 Afterheater (optional)
It is possible to fit the ventilation system with an
Afterheater. The Afterheater ensures that the supply
air is heated further before it enters any living areas. The advantage of a Afterheater is that the supply air can be instantly released into the house at
the set comfort temperature. That offers additional
comfort.
The Afterheater works automatically: simply set the
required comfort temperature.
The Afterheater is part of the ducting of the
ventilation system, and does not form part of
the ComfoAir.
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2.1.10 Geothermal heat exchanger (optional)
It is possible to fit the ventilation system with a
geothermal heat exchanger. The geothermal heat
exchanger ensures that outside air is supplied to
the dwelling at a constant temperature. Therefore,
in the event of subzero temperatures, the outside
air can be heated up by the geothermal heat exchanger, prior to releasing it into the house through
the ComfoAir. Alternatively, in the event of hot summer conditions, the outside air can also be cooled
down by the geothermal heat exchanger, prior to releasing it into the house through the ComfoAir. The
geothermal heat exchanger is automated.
TheGeothermalheatexchangerispartof
theductingoftheventilationsystem,and
doesnotformpartoftheComfoAir.
2.1.11 Enthalpy (optional)
It is possible to fit the ComfoAir with an enthalpy
exchanger. An enthalpy exchanger helps to regulate
humidity levels in the dwelling. In addition to heat
recovery, the enthalpy exchanger also ensures
moisture recovery. Moisture recovery means that
moisture from extracted air is transferred to the
supply air sourced from outside the dwelling. An enthalpy exchanger is also less sensitive to freezing.
2.1.12 Analogue input (0-10V)
The ComfoAir Luxe is fitted with four analogue inputs (0-10V). These inputs can be used to connect
various sensors or control systems to the ComfoAir.
Examples of the options include:
• CO2 sensor; flow regulation using carbon dioxide levels;
• Moisture sensor; flow regulation using moisture
levels;
2.1.13 Luxury version extra options
Besides the options stated earlier, the ComfoAir
Luxe also offers the following options:
• Connection for remote (fixed-line) malfunction
alerts;
• Connection for remote (fixed-line) deactivation
of the fans;
•
Connection for filter alert for external filters.
2.2
Available operating elements
The ComfoAir is fitted with the following operating
elements:
• 3-position switch;
• 3-position switch with malfunction indicator;
• Wireless 3-position switch;
• Wireless 3-position switch with malfunction indicator;
• 3-position switch on the non-powered extractor hood;
• Bathroom switch to temporarily select the
highest ventilation position;
• CO2 sensor;
• CC Luxe panel;
• CC Ease panel.
A concise explanation of these operating elements
is given in the paragraphs below.
2.2.1 3-position switch
A 3-position switch can be used to set the ventilation positions of the ComfoAir. One or multiple
3-position switches can be fitted in the house (e.g.
in the kitchen). The following types of switches can
be used:
• Type 1 g Standard 3-position switch;
• Type 2 g 3-position switch with malfunction and
filter alerts indicator;
• Type 3 g Wireless 3-position switch (RF)
• Type 4 g Wireless 3-position switch (RF) with
malfunction and filter alerts indicator;
• Type 5 g 3-position switch integrated on a
motor free extractor hood.
Awireless3-positionswitchneedtoberetunedtotheComfoAirifaGeneralResetis
given.
1
2
3
Type 1
Type 2
Setting the ventilation using
3-position switch(es)
Type 4
A 3-position switch can be used to set 3 different
ventilation positions.
• Position 1 g Low.
- Use for low ventilation levels.
• Position 2  Normal.
- Use when present and no extra ventilation is needed.
• Position 3  High.
- Use during cooking, showering and when additional ventilation is needed.
• Timer 
Temporary High
- Use during cooking, showering and when additional
ventilation is needed for a short
time.
The wireless 3-position switches have an seperated button for the Timer. After the timer delay the
ComfoAir will return to the ventilation setting which
was active before the timer function was activated.
To use the Timer function with a wired 3-position
switch choose setting 3 and immediately return to
the setting you want after the timer delay.
The CC Ease panel and CC Luxe panel have an
integrated type 2 3-position switch. Next to the
standard 3 ventilation settings the CC Ease panel
and CC Luxe panel also have an additional ventilation setting:
• Position A  Absent
- Use when absent.
At setting A, the house is ventilated using the
minimum prescribed ventilation volume.
If multiple position switches are available in
the house, the ComfoAir will switch to the
highest ventilation setting unless overruled by
an automated software programme.
2.2.2 Bathroom switch
A bathroom switch can be used to temporarily set
the ComfoAir in the highest ventilation level. This
switch is mostly fitted in the bathroom to extract
any excess moisture after showering, as soon as
possible. The bathroom switches vary widely in
model and are therefore not illustrated here. If required, the bathroom switch can be turned on and
off using a time delay entered via a digital operating
device.
delay timer
This ensures that the ComfoAir does not switch on
at the highest setting when activated, but first waits
for the delay timer to run its course.
If the bathroom switch is deactivated during
the delay timer period, then the ComfoAir
will remain at its current ventilation setting
and not switch to the highest setting.
The delay timer does not work with all types
of bathroom switches (e.g. pulse switches).
In that case, leave the delay timer at 0.
overrun timer
This ensures that the ComfoAir does not switch
back to the normal (or previous) setting when deactivated, but first waits for the overrun timer to run
its course. Once the programmed overrun timer is
complete, the ComfoAir returns to the normal (or
previous) ventilation setting.
If the bathroom switch is turned off within
the programmed delay timer period, then the
overrun function will be terminated.
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Light switch
The functions of the bathroom switch can also be
integrated into a light switch.
2.2.3 Co2 sensor
The ComfoAir Luxe can also be operated using a
CO2 sensor. A CO2 sensor measures the CO2 levels in the room where it is placed. When the CO2
sensor is set on 'automatic' the CO2 sensor will
control the ventilation setting according to the ventilation need in the room.
When the CO2 levels are high the ventilation setting
will automatically increase. When the CO2 levels
are low the ventilation setting will automatically decrease. It is also possible to use the CO2 sensor as
a standard 3-position switch. The CO2 levels in the
room will then by ignored.
2.2.4 CC Luxe panel
The ComfoAir Luxe can be operated by means of
a CC Luxe panel, which can be ordered separately.
The CC (Comfort Control) Luxe panel is a digital
operating device which can be mounted on the wall
in the living room and from there communicates
with the ComfoAir. The CC Luxe panel is operated
via a touch screen.
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2.2.5 CC Ease panel
The ComfoAir Luxe can be operated by means of
a CC Ease panel, which can be ordered separately.
The CC (Comfort Control) Ease panel is a digital operating device which can be mounted on the wall in
the living room and from there communicates with
the ComfoAir. The following overview summarizes
the information that will be displayed.
Day and time
Supply air and/or
exhaust air OPEN or
CLOSED
Automatic or manual
ventilation
Geothermal heat exchanger
(EWT), afterheater [
]and/
or bypass open [
] or
closed.
Signal to replace
internal (I) or
external (E) filter
Actual ventilation setting
(Activated extractor hood
Actual temperature,
selection or setting
)
The CC Ease panel has a number of buttons to operate the ComfoAir and to enter the settings. These buttons
are illustrated below.
This button allows you to switch to the highest ventilation setting.
- Press for less than 2 seconds¨Extractor hood ON or OFF (optional).
- Press for longer than 2 seconds¨ Boost setting ON.
This button allows you to switch between supply/exhaust.
- Press once¨SUPPLY OFF (and EXHAUST ON).
- Press twice¨EXHAUST OFF (and SUPPLY ON).
- Press 3 times¨SUPPLY and EXHAUST both ON.
With this button you can read or set the comfort temperature.
- Press for less than 2 seconds¨READ.
- Press for longer than 2 seconds¨SET.
This button allows you to programme two settings.
- Press for less than 2 seconds¨Programme ventilation setting (AUTO / MANUAL).
- Press longer than 2 seconds¨Programme date and time.
This button allows you to programme different settings:
- In P menu¨Set values.
- In main screen¨Enter ventilation setting (A, 1, 2, 3).
2.3
operating the CC Ease panel
The CC Ease panel is used for the following:
• Reading and setting the day and time;
• Reading and setting the comfort temperature;
• Reading and setting the ventilation volume;
• Switching Boost on;
• Switching the extractor hood on/off (optional);
• Switching the supply and exhaust fan on/off;
• Setting a personal ventilation programme;
• Setting additional ventilation programmes/ options in the P menus.
A concise explanation of the above listing is given
in the paragraphs below.
3. Press "
".
- Wait until the hour, e.g. “ 12 ”, starts blinking.
4. Select the correct hour using "
" or "
The CC ease will automatically return to the
main screen when no buttons are pressed for
30 seconds.
2.3.1 Setting the date and time
1. Press "
" longer than 2 seconds.
- Wait until the day, e.g. “Sa”, starts blinking.
2. Select the correct day using "
" or "
".
5. Press "
".
- Wait until the minutes, e.g. " 00 ",
start blinking.
6. Select the correct minutes using
"
" or "
".
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".
In the event a required ventilation setting is being
overridden by a time delay function (such as the
bathroom switch overrun timer). a 't' is displayed in
the bottom right-hand corner of the CC Ease panel.
In the event a required ventilation setting is being
overridden by a signal from a sensor (such as a CO2
sensor), an 'A' is displayed in the bottom right-hand
corner of the CC Ease panel.
7. Press "
" to store the settings and return to
the main screen.
2.3.2 reading and setting the comfort
temperature
The comfort temperature can be read, but also set
to the desired indoor temperature. By this temperature the ComfoAir will determined if free cooling
with the use of the bypass is desired.
Reading the comfort temperature
1. Press "
" briefly.
- Wait until the comfort temperature appears.
2. Press "
" to return to the main screen.
Setting the ventilation volume
The ventilation volume can also be set manually by
increasing or decreasing it. A total of 4 ventilation
volumes/levels can be set. They are:
• Setting A ¨ Absent.
- Use when absent.
At setting A, the house is ventilated using
the minimum prescribed ventilation volume.
•
•
•
Setting the comfort temperature
1. Press "
" longer than 2 seconds.
- Wait until the comfort temperature, e.g.
“ 20.0 ” starts blinking.
2. Select the desired comfort temperature using
"
" or "
".
3. Press and briefly hold "
" to store the set-
tings and return to the main screen.
It is best to set the comfort temperature at
the same temperature as the room
thermostat (of the Central Heating system)
•
Setting 1 ¨ Low.
- Use for low ventilation levels.
Setting 2 ¨ Normal.
- Use when present and no extra
ventilation is needed.
Setting 3¨High.
- Use during cooking, showering
and when additional ventilation is
needed.
Boost ¨ Temporary High
- Use during cooking, showering
and when additional ventilation is
needed for a short time.
The ComfoAir will switch to the highest
ventilation position set in the house unless
overruled by an automated software programme.
The ventilation volume can be set as follows:
1. Press "
" to increase the ventilation vol-
ume.
2.3.3 reading and setting the ventilation
volume
2. Press "
" to decrease the ventilation vol-
ume.
reading the ventilation volume
The current ventilation volume, e.g. “2 ”, will always
be displayed on the CC Ease panel. Normally the
ComfoAir regulates the required ventilation volume
automatically according to a preset personal ventilation programme. During automatic ventilation
mode “AUTo” will be displayed on the CC Ease
panel.
In addition to showing the programmed ventilation
setting, the CC Ease panel also displays whether
a temporary control system (such as a CO2 sensor
or a bathroom switch) is overriding the ventilation
setting.
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During manual ventilation, the CC Ease panel will
not display “AUTo”, but “MANUAL”.
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3. Press "
" to return to automatic ventilation.
While the overrun timer for the extractor hood is
activated '3t' will be displayed and the ventilation
setting will not tune down.
The overrun timer can be deactivated by
pressing "
", "
" or "
".
2.3.4 Switching Boost on
1. Press“
” longer than 2 seconds.
- Wait until '3t' appears.
2.3.6 Switching the supply and exhaust fan
on/off
While the Open fire programme is activated
the supply and exhaust fan can not be turned off manually.
Once the programmed time delay is complete, the
ComfoAir automatically switches back to the previous ventilation setting.
1. Press "
" once (first time) to switch off the
supply fan.
The Boost timer can be deactivated by
pressing "
", "
" or "
".
2.3.5 Switching the extractor hood on/off
(optional)
1. Press "
".
- Wait until the ventilation setting switches to
setting 3 and the symbol for the extractor hood
appears.
This mode can be used when the windows are open
during the summer. In that case, fresh air is not supplied through the supply fan, but through the open
windows.
2. Press "
" again (second time) to switch the
exhaust fan off (and simultaneously switching
the supply fan on).
2. Press "
" to switch the extractor hood off.
- After switching off the extractor hood, the
symbol for the extractor hood will disappear
from the CC Ease panel.
3. Press "
" again (third time) to switch the
supply and exhaust fans on again.
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Bear in mind that switching off the supply or
exhaust fan will temporarily immobilize your
balanced ventilation system.
2.3.7 Setting a personal ventilation
programme
8. Press "
".
– Wait until the minutes , e.g. " 00 ", starts
blinking.
9. Select the desired start time in minutes using
"
" or "
".
The ComfoAir has a factory default ventilation setting (setting 2).
If wanted, you can change the default ventilation
setting to suit your individual situation. For example
a weekday and weekend programm.
The ventilation volume can be changed/set as follows:
1. Press "
" and "
" for two seconds si-
multaneously.
- Wait until the ventilation programme appears.
2. Programme the desired day or series of days.
" or "
".
- Select the desired option using "
You can choose from:
– Weekend: “SaSu”;
– Working week: “MoTuWeThFr”;
– Week: “SaSuMoTuWeThFri”;
– Separate days: “Sa”, “Su”, “Mo”, “Tu”, “We”,
“Th” and “Fri”.
10. Press "
".
– Wait until the ventilation setting e.g. " 3 ",
starts blinking.
11. Select the desired ventilation level using "
or "
"
".
When "d" is selected the selected programme position will be deleted.
12. Press "
" to save the settings and return to
the main screen.
13. Programme the next ventilation programme
if required. Up to 8 program positions can be
programmed.
- Repeat steps 1 to 12.
4. Press ”
“.
- Wait until the programme position, e.g. "1",
starts blinking.
5. Select the desired programme position using
"
" or "
".
The default ventilation setting (setting 2) will
be loaded again if a General Reset is given.
2.3.8 Setting additional ventilation
programmes/ options in the P menus.
Some P menus in the CC Ease panel can be used
to:
• Read the status of various ventilation programmes;
• Set ventilationsettings for the extractor hood;
• Set time delays for various ventilation programmes.
6. Press "
".
- Wait until the hour, e.g. “ 7 ”, starts blinking.
7. Select the desired start time in hours using
"
" or "
".
The user can only access P menus P1, P2
and P9 to set additional programmes. The
remaining P menus (P3 to P8) are for use by
the installer only.
Accessing the P menus
1. Press "
" and "
" for two seconds simultaneously.
- Wait until "P 2" appears on the display.
2. Select the desired P sub-menu using "
" or
"
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", e.g., P menu “2 ".
3. Press "
".
4. Select the desired P sub-menu using "
"
", e.g., P sub-menu " 23 ".
5. Press "
".
" or
EnteringsettingsinPmenus
The minimum and maximum values for the
available parameters are preset in the software.
6. Select a new value for the programme using "
" or "
".
7. Press "
" to store the settings.
8. Repeat steps 4 to 7 to set multiple parameters
in succession.
Or Press "
" to return to the P menu so
steps 2 to 7 can be repeated.
9. Press "
" twice to return to the main
screen.
Only in the P2 menus settings can be altered. The other P-menus (P1 and P9) can
only be read.
LeavingReadingmenu
• Press "
" (instead of "
") ad step 7.
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2.3.9 P menus for the user
Menu P1 ¨ Status of programmes
Status
Submenu
P10
P11
P12
P13
P14
P15
P16
P19
description
Activated
Is menu 20 currently active?
Is menu 21 currently active?
Is menu 22 currently active?
Is menu 23 currently active?
Is menu 24 currently active?
Is menu 25 currently active?
Is menu 26 currently active?
Is menu 29 currently active?
Yes (1) / No (0)
Yes (1) / No (0)
Yes (1) / No (0)
Yes (1) / No (0)
Yes (1) / No (0)
Yes (1) / No (0)
Yes (1) / No (0)
Yes (1) / No (0)
Menu P2 ¨ Setting time delays
Time delay values
Sub-menu
P20
(Optional)
description
Overrun timer for the extractor hood programme.
• ’x’ minutes after operating the extractor
hood switch the ComfoAir reverts back to
the normal setting.
P21
Delay timer for the bathroom switch (to
(Optional)
switch to high position).
• 'x' minutes after operating the bathroom
Note:
switch, the ComfoAir switches to the high
setting.
only applies to systems
fittedwithacordedswitch - Low voltage input
and a second switch in the
bathroom.
P22
Overrun timer for the bathroom switch (to
(Optional)
switch to normal position).
• 'x' minutes after operating the bathroom
switch, the ComfoAir switches back to the
Note:
normal setting.
only applies to systems
fittedwithacordedswitch - Low voltage input
and a second switch in the
bathroom.
P23
Overrun timer for ventilation position 3 (us(Optional)
ing a wired 3-position switch).
• If ventilation setting 3 (high) is switched
Note:
on briefly (< 3 sec), the ComfoAir will
only applies to systems
switch to the high setting for 'x' minutes
and then automatically returns to the norfittedwithahardwired
mal setting.
3-position switch.
P24
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Minimum
0 Min.
MaxiGeneral
mum
reset
180 Min. 0 Min.
0 Min.
15 Min.
0 Min.
0 Min.
120 Min.
30 Min.
0 Min.
120 Min.
0 Min.
If any 3-position switch is operated during
this lagging time the ComfoAir will instantly
revert to the ventilation position as set at
that time.
10 weeks 26 weeks
Filter warning
• 'x' weeks after cleaning the filters the "filter dirty" alert will reappear.
16
weeks
Time delay values
Sub-menu
description
P25
Overrun timer for ventilation setting 3 (using
").
"
Note:
• After pressing "
" briefly (< 2 sec.), the
OnlyappliestosystemsfitComfoAir will switch to the high setting for
ted with an rF switch.
‘x’ minutes and then automatically returns
to the normal setting.
If any 3-position switch is operated during
this lagging time the ComfoAir will instantly
revert to the ventilation position as set at
that time.
P26
Overrun timer for ventilation setting 3 " using
".
Note:
• After pressing "
" continuously (> 2
Onlyappliestosystemsfitsec.), the ComfoAir will switch to the high
ted with an rF switch.
setting for ‘x’ minutes and then automatically returns to the normal setting.
If any 3-position switch is operated during
this lagging time the ComfoAir will instantly
revert to the ventilation position as set at
that time.
P27
Time for the Boost setting.
]" on the CC Luxe
• After pressing "[
Note:
panel or after pressing “
” continuosly
Onlyappliestosystemsfit(>2 sec.) on the CC Ease panel, the Comted with a CC Ease panel or
foAir will switch to the high setting for 'x'
CC Luxe panel.
minutes and then automatically returns
tot the NORMAL setting
P29
(Optional)
If any 3-position switch is operated during
this lagging time the ComfoAir will instantly
revert to the ventilation position as set at
that time.
Setting the extractor hood ventilation levels.
• When the extractor hood is switched on
the extractor hood ventilation settings can
be set x-% higher than the corresponding
'normal' ventilation levels.
Minimum
1 Min.
Maximum
20 Min.
General
reset
10 Min.
1 Min.
120 Min.
30 Min.
0 Min.
120 Min.
30 Min.
1%
99%
10%
Menu P9 ¨ Status of programmes (from menu P5 and P6 additional programmes)
Status
Sub-menu
P90
P91
P92
P93
P94
P95
P96
P97
description
Open fire programme active?
Bypass Open?
Geothermal heat exchanger valve
Open?
Afterheater on?
Analogue input (0-10V) active?
Frost protection or Preheater active?
Extractor hood on?
Enthalpy programme active?
Activated
Yes (1) / No (0)
Yes (1) / No (0)
Yes (1) / No (0)
Yes (1) / No (0)
Yes (1) / No (0)
Yes (1) / No (0)
Yes (1) / No (0)
Yes (1) / No (0)
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$
2.4
Maintenance by the user
The following maintenance must be carry out by the
user:
• Cleaning or replacing the filters;
• Cleaning the valves (in the dwelling).
A concise explanation of these maintenance activities is given in the paragraphs below.
%
Failure to carry out (periodic) maintenance
on the ComfoAir ultimately compromises the
performance of the ventilation system.
5. Slide the new filters back into the ComfoAir.
6. Refit the handles (A) to the ComfoAir.
7. Reconnect the power to the ComfoAir.
To clean...
2.4.1 Cleaningorreplacingthefilters
Vacuum the filters (B) with a vacuum cleaner in$ of replacing them with new filters.
stead
$
If so indicated on the digital operating device, you
must clean or replace the filters.
Replace the filters (at least) every six
months and clean the filters every 2 or 3
months.
When using the ComfoAir for the first time,
it is recommended to clean the filters (and
valves) first. During the construction phase
the ventilation system could have become
dirty with building dust.
•
“ filter I ” ¨ The internal filters must be
cleaned or replaced.
• “ filter E ” ¨ The external filters must be
cleaned or replaced.
The CC Ease panel will display one of the above
filter warnings.
2.4.2 Cleaning the valves (in your dwelling)
The ventilation system may be fitted with the following valves:
Exhaust valve (STB)
Exhaust valve (STB)
(
Exhaust valve (STC)
Exhaust valve (STC)
)
The internal filters are included in the standExhaustof
valve
valve (STC)
ard configuration
the(STB)
ComfoAir. Exhaust
The external filters (optional) is part of the ducting
of the ventilation system, and does not form
part of the ComfoAir.
Exhaust valve (STV)
Exhaust valve (STV)
Exhaust valve (STK)
Exhaust valve (STK)
To replace ...
1. Press “
” on the CC Ease panel for at least
Exhaust valve (STV)
Exhaust valve (STK)
4 seconds until the filter warning disappears.
2. Disconnect the power from the ComfoAir.
3. Remove the handles (A) from the ComfoAir
A
A
4. Remove the old filters (B) from the ComfoAir
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Supply valve (STH)
You must clean the valves (at least) twice a year:
1. Mark the setting of the valve;
2. Remove the valve from the wall or ceiling;
3. Clean the valve in a solution of soap and warm water;
4. Rinse the valve thoroughly and wipe dry;
5. Place the valve back WITH EXACTLY THE
SAME SETTING (and IN THE SAME HOLE);
6. Repeat this procedure for the other valves.
About the valve settings...
The ventilation air is supplied and discharged by
means of valves. Gaps near doors in the dwelling
ensure that the air flows in the right direction. In order to ensure that the correct ventilation volumes
are maintained in the rooms, the following must be
observed:
• do not seal the gaps;
• do not change the settings of the valves;
• do not replace the valves with one another.
The installer will have set all the valves to ensure
the optimum performance of the ventilation system.
Therefore, do not change the setting of the valves.
Supply valve (STH)
Supply valve (STH)
After cleaning, make sure that all valves are
placed back with the same setting (and in
exactly the same ventilation hole in the wall
or ceiling) AT ALL TIMES. Otherwise, system
performance will be compromised.
2.5
2.5.3 What to do in the event of a malfunction
In the event of a malfunction, contact the installer.
Note down the malfunction code that appears on
the digital operating device. Make a note of your
ComfoAir type. This is given on the identification
plate on the top of the ComfoAir. The system should
not be disconnected from the power supply, unless
the ComfoAir must be taken out of service due to
a serious malfunction, or for filter cleaning/replacement or any other compelling reasons.
Malfunctions
Malfunctions in the ComfoAir are reported as follows:
• The malfunction alert appears on the CC Ease
panel;
• The malfunction alert appears on the CC Luxe
panel;
• The malfunction indicator on the 3-position
switch lights up;
A concise explanation of methods of reporting malfunctions is given in the paragraphs below.
If the ComfoAir is disconnected from the
power supply, mechanical ventilation of the
dwelling will cease. This can lead to a buildup of moisture and results in problems with
mould. Long-term deactivation of the ComfoAir must therefore be prevented.
2.5.1 Malfunction alerts on the digital
operating device
IftheComfoAirisinstalledinanareawitha
higher average humidity (such as bathroom
or toilet) the probability of condensation on
theoutsideoftheComfoAirishigh.Thisisa
normalphenomenon,similartocondensation
onawindow,onwhichnoactionisneeded.
In the event of a malfunction, the corresponding
malfunction code will be displayed on the digital
operating device of the ComfoAir. Please refer to
the malfunction overview to find out the meaning of
the relevant malfunction alert.
2.6
2.5.2 3-position switch with malfunction
indicators
End of useful life
Consult with the supplier about what should be
done with the ComfoAir at the end of its useful life.
If the ComfoAir cannot be returned to the supplier,
avoid disposing of it with the domestic waste, and
ask your local council about the options for recycling the components or processing the materials
in an environmentally friendly manner.
Furthermore, do not dispose of batteries from the
wireless (RF) switches with the normal waste, but
bring them to the specially designated disposal
locations.
The 3-position switches that are fitted with a malfunction indicator show when a malfunction or filter
dirty alert has occurred. Depending on the type of
the 3-position switch, this is done in one of the following two ways:
• 3-position switch with malfunction indicator.
In the event of a malfunction or filter dirty alert
the indicator lights up;
• Wireless 3-position switch with malfunction indicator.
The malfunction indicators will light up once
this 3-position switch is used. One indicator
will light up green to indicate communication
has been established. Subsequently, in the
event of a malfunctionor filter dirty alert both
indicators will flash red 3 times. After that, both
indicators will light up green once more.
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3 EEC declaration of conformity
Zehnder Group Nederland B.V.
Lingenstraat 2
8028 PM Zwolle-NL
Tel.: +31 (0)38-4296911
Fax: +31 (0)38-4225694
Company register Zwolle 05022293
EEC declaration of conformity
Machine description
: heat recovery units: ComfoAir 550 series
Complies with the following directives : Machinery Directive
Low Voltage Directive
EMC Directive
Zwolle, 19 March 2010
Zehnder Group Nederland B.V.
E. van Heuveln,
Managing Director
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(2006/42/EEC)
(2006/95/EEC)
(2004/108/EEC)
© Zehnder Group Nederland B.V. 849050675-0711
latoren B.V. 849050582-0408
Zehnder Group Nederland B.V.
Lingenstraat 2
8028 PM Zwolle
Nederland
Tel.: (038) 429 69 11
Fax.: (038) 422 56 94
Internet: www.jestorkair.nl
E-mail: [email protected]
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