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Issue11/20EN
SAP No.1374732
Table of contents
1 General ................................................................................................................................. 5
1.1 About these instructions .........................................................................................................................
5
1.2 Explanation of Symbols...........................................................................................................................
5
2 Safety.................................................................................................................................... 6
2.1 Correct use..............................................................................................................................................
6
2.2 Limits of operation and use ....................................................................................................................
7
2.3 Risk from electrocution!..........................................................................................................................
8
2.4 Personnel requirements - Qualifications .................................................................................................
9
2.5 Personal Protective Equipment ...............................................................................................................
9
3 Transport, storage and packaging........................................................................................ 10
3.1 General transport instructions ................................................................................................................ 10
3.2 Scope of delivery..................................................................................................................................... 10
3.3 Storage ................................................................................................................................................... 11
3.4 Packaging ............................................................................................................................................... 11
4 Technical data....................................................................................................................... 12
5 Construction and function .................................................................................................... 13
5.1 Overview................................................................................................................................................. 13
5.2 Brief description...................................................................................................................................... 13
5.3 Wear parts list......................................................................................................................................... 13
6 Installation and wiring.......................................................................................................... 14
6.1 Definition of the connection side ............................................................................................................ 14
6.2 Requirements governing the installation site.......................................................................................... 15
6.3 Minimum clearances............................................................................................................................... 15
6.4 Installation.............................................................................................................................................. 15
6.4.1
Installation of basic unit............................................................................................................................ 16
6.4.2
Installation of sheet steel accessories ....................................................................................................... 18
6.5 Installation.............................................................................................................................................. 21
6.5.1
Connection to the pipe network................................................................................................................ 22
6.5.2
Overview of valve kits ............................................................................................................................... 23
6.5.3
Connection of 2-way valve kit................................................................................................................... 24
6.5.4
Condensation connection.......................................................................................................................... 25
7 Electrical connection............................................................................................................. 32
7.1 Maximum electrical rating values ........................................................................................................... 32
7.2 Electromechanical control, Venkon XL.................................................................................................... 33
3
7.2.1
Connection (*00 or 00D), Venkon XL ........................................................................................................ 33
7.2.2
Cabling, Venkon XL (*00), control by Climate Controller 30155 ............................................................... 34
7.2.3
Cabling, Venkon XL (*00), control by Climate Controller 30155, with condensate pump......................... 35
7.2.4
Cabling, Venkon XL (*00), control by Climate Controller 30256 ............................................................... 36
7.2.5
Cabling, Venkon XL (*00), control by Climate Controller 30256, with condensate pump......................... 37
7.2.6
Cabling, Venkon XL (*00), control by Climate Controller type 148941/148942 ........................................ 38
7.2.7
Cabling, Venkon XL (*00), control by Climate Controller type 148941/148942, with condensate pump .. 39
7.2.8
Cabling, Venkon XL (* 00), control by DDC/BMS ...................................................................................... 40
7.3 KaControl (*C1) ...................................................................................................................................... 41
7.3.1
KaController installation............................................................................................................................ 41
7.3.2
Connection (*C1) ...................................................................................................................................... 42
7.3.3
Cabling, Venkon XL, KaControl (*C1), control by in situ 0-10 V DC signal................................................ 44
7.3.4
Cabling, Venkon XL, KaControl (*C1), control by KaController ................................................................. 45
8 Pre-commissioning checks .................................................................................................... 46
9 Operation.............................................................................................................................. 48
9.1 Operation of electromechanical control .................................................................................................. 48
9.2 Operation of the KaController................................................................................................................. 52
9.2.1
Function keys, display elements ................................................................................................................ 52
10 Maintenance ......................................................................................................................... 54
10.1 Securing against reconnection ................................................................................................................ 54
10.2 Maintenance Schedule:........................................................................................................................... 54
10.3 Maintenance work.................................................................................................................................. 55
10.3.1 Opening the inspection flap ...................................................................................................................... 55
10.3.2 Replacing the filter. ................................................................................................................................... 56
10.3.3 Cleaning the condensate tray.................................................................................................................... 57
10.3.4 Clean the inside of the unit ....................................................................................................................... 59
11 Faults .................................................................................................................................... 60
11.1 Fault table............................................................................................................................................... 60
11.2 KaControl faults ...................................................................................................................................... 61
11.3 Start-up after rectification of fault .......................................................................................................... 61
12 List of KaControl parameters................................................................................................ 62
12.1 Venkon XL parameter list........................................................................................................................ 62
12.2 KaController parameter list..................................................................................................................... 65
13 Certificates............................................................................................................................ 67
13.1 348_EU_Konformitätserklärung_Venkon_XL_INT.................................................................................. 68
13.2 ERP Datenblatt Venkon XL...................................................................................................................... 70
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General
1.1
About these instructions
These instructions ensure the safe and efficient handling of this equipment. These instructions form an integral part of the
equipment and have to be kept in the direct vicinity of the equipment and available to personnel at all times.
All personnel must have carefully read through these instructions prior to commencing all work on the equipment. A fundamental prerequisite for safe working is compliance with all the stated safety instructions and other instructions contained in
this manual.
In addition all local occupational health and safety at work regulations apply, as do general safety provisions governing the
use of the equipment.
Illustrations in this guide are intended to provide a basic understanding and may differ from the actual model.
Ongoing tests and further developments may result in small variations between the unit supplied and the instructions.
1.2
Explanation of Symbols
DANGER!
This combination of symbol and signal word indicates an immediately dangerous situation caused by electrical power, which will cause death or serious injury if not avoided.
WARNING!
This combination of symbol and signal word indicates a possible hazardous situation.
IMPORTANT NOTE!
It represents a potentially hazardous situation, which could lead to damage to property or for a measure to
optimise workflows.
IMPORTANT NOTE!
This symbol highlights useful hints, recommendations and information for efficient and trouble-free operation.
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Safety
This section provides an overview of all important safety aspects to ensure optimum protection of personnel as well as safe
and trouble-free operation. In addition to the safety instructions in these operating instructions, the valid safety, accident prevention and environmental protection regulations must be observed for the area of use of the unit. It is the duty of the operator to ensure that instructions relating to maintenance (e.g. relating to hygiene) are complied with.
2.1
Correct use
The units are only intended to be used for heating and cooling air in frost-free and dry rooms. Within the room, the unit
needs to be connected to the building's heating/cooling/ventilation system and to the building's waste water and power network. The operating limits and limits of use described in Chapter 2.2 [} 7] must be observed.
IMPORTANT NOTE!
Only use the unique after completion of the complete building and system. Site heating is not deemed to be
correct and proper use.
Intended use of the unit also includes adherence to these instructions.
Information in accordance with EN60335-1
This unit can be used by children aged 8 years or more and also by people with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or a lack of experience and knowledge, if they are supervised or have been instructed in the safe use of the unit
and the resulting dangers. Do not allow children to play with the unit. Do not allow children to clean and maintain the
unit without supervision.
This unit is not intended for permanent connection to the drinking water supply system.
This unit is intended for being accessible to the general public.
Any use beyond or other than the stated intended use is considered as misuse.
Any change to the unit or use of non-original spare parts will cause the expiry of the warranty and the manufacturer’s liability.
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2.2
Limits of operation and use
Limits of operation
Min./max. water temperature
°C
4-90
Min./max. air intake temperature
°C
6-40
Min./max. air humidity
%
20-60
Min. operating pressure
bar/kPa
-
Max. operating pressure
bar/kPa
10/1000
Min./max. glycol percentage
%
0-50
Tab. 1: Limits of operation
Operating voltage
230 V/ 50/60 Hz
Power/Current consumption
On the type plate
Tab. 2: Operating voltage
We would refer to VDI-2035 Sheets 1 & 2, DIN EN 14336 and DIN EN 14868 with regard to the properties of the medium
used to protect the equipment. The following values provide further guidance.
The water used should be free of contamination, such as suspended substances and reactive substances.
Water quality
pH value (at 20 °C)
8-9
Conductivity (at 20 °C)
μS/cm
< 700
Oxygen content (O2)
mg/l
< 0.1
Hardness
°dH
4-8.5
Sulphur ions
not measurable
+
Sodium ions (Na )
mg/l
< 100
Iron ions (Fe2+)
mg/l
< 0.1
Manganese ions (Mn )
mg/l
<0.05
Ammonia ions (NH4+)
mg/l
< 0.1
Chlorine ions (CI)
mg/l
< 100
2+
CO2
< 50
2-
Sulfate ions (SO4 )
mg/l
< 50
Nitrite ions (NO2+)
mg/l
< 50
Nitrate ions (NO3+)
mg/l
< 50
Tab. 3: Water quality
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IMPORTANT NOTE!
Danger of frost in cooling mode!
There is a risk of the heat exchanger freezing when used in unheated rooms.
Make sure that the unit is equipped with a frost protection sensor and/or thermostat in this case.
IMPORTANT NOTE!
Warning of misuse!
In the event of misuse, as itemised below, there is a danger of limited or failing operation of the unit. Ensure that the airflow can circulate freely.
Never operate the unit in humid areas, such as swimming pools, wet areas etc.
Never operate the unit in rooms with an explosive atmosphere.
Never operate the unit in aggressive or corrosive atmospheres (e.g. sea air).
Never operate the unit above electrical equipment (such as switch cabinets, computers or other electrical
units, or contacts that are not drip-proof).
IMPORTANT NOTE!
Energy losses due to misuse!
Operating the unit with open windows (or other room openings) can result in significant energy losses.
Heating and cooling modes (particularly when operating different units) need to be coordinated with
each other.
2.3
Risk from electrocution!
DANGER!
Risk of fatal injury from electrocution!
Contact with live parts will lead to fatal injury from electrocution. Damage to the insulation or individual
components can lead to a fatal injury.
Only permit qualified electricians to work on the electrical system.
Immediately disconnect the system from the power supply and repair it in the event of damage to the insulation.
Keep live parts away from moisture. This can cause a short circuit.
Properly earth the unit.
DANGER!
Risk of fatal injury from electrocution!
Where multiple EC fans are connected in parallel, an electrical charge (>50 C) is present between line
conductor and protective earth conductor when the power is switched off. Before working on the electrical connection, short-circuit the network connections and PE!
The terminals and connectors are still energised even when the unit is switched off. Use a two-pole
voltage tester to establish that the unit has been de-energised. Only open the unit 5 minutes after all
poles of the voltage have been switched off.
The protective earth carries high leakage currents (depending on the frequency, intermediate voltage and
motor capacity). Therefore, check EN-compliant earthing under test conditions (EN 50178, art. 5.2.11).
Without earthing, hazardous voltages can occur on the motor housing. In case of a fault, electrical
voltage will be present on the rotor and impeller. Rotor and impeller are base-insulated. Do not touch!
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2.4
Personnel requirements - Qualifications
Specialist knowledge
The installation of this product requires specialist knowledge of heating, cooling, ventilation, installation and electrical engineering. This knowledge, generally learned in vocational training in one of the fields mentioned above, is not described separately.
Damage caused by improper installation is the responsibility of the operator or installer. The installer of these units should
have adequate knowledge of the following gained from specialist vocational training
safety and accident prevention regulations
Guidelines and recognised technical regulations, i.e. Association of German Electricians (VDE) regulations, DIN and EN
standards.
VDI 6022; maintenance personnel must be trained to Category B (possibly Category C) to comply with hygiene requirements (as required).
The installation, operation and maintenance of this unit must comply with the applicable laws, standards, provisions and regulations in the respective country and the current state of the art!
2.5
Personal Protective Equipment
Personal protective equipment is used to protect people from impaired safety and health when working with the unit. The applicable accident prevention regulations at the place of use apply in all cases.
Personnel have to wear personal protective equipment during maintenance and troubleshooting on and with the unit.
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Transport, storage and packaging
3.1
General transport instructions
Check on delivery for completeness and transport damage.
Proceed as follows in the event of visible damage:
Do not accept delivery or only accept with reservations.
Record any transport damage on the transportation documents or on the transport company's delivery note.
Submit a complaint to the freight forwarder.
IMPORTANT NOTE!
Warranty claims can only be made within the applicable period for complaints. (More information is available in the T&Cs on the Kampmann website)
IMPORTANT NOTE!
2 people are needed to transport the unit. Wear personal protective clothing when transporting the unit.
Only lift the unit on both sides and not by the pipes / valves.
IMPORTANT NOTE!
Material damage caused by incorrect transport!
Units being transported can drop or topple over if transported wrongly. This can cause serious material
damage.
Proceed carefully when unloading the equipment on delivery and when transporting it on site and note
the symbols and instructions on the packaging.
Only use the holding points provided.
Only remove packaging shortly before assembling the unit.
3.2
Scope of delivery
IMPORTANT NOTE!
Check the scope of delivery!
Check the delivery for damage.
Check that the articles and type numbers are correct.
Is the delivery and number of items delivered correct?
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3.3
Storage
Store packaging under the following conditions:
Do not store outdoors.
Store in a dry and dust-free place.
Store in a frost-free place.
Do not expose to aggressive media.
Protect from direct sunlight.
Avoid mechanical vibrations and shocks.
IMPORTANT NOTE!
Under certain circumstances, packages can carry storage instructions that exceed the requirements listed
here. Comply with these instructions accordingly.
3.4
Packaging
Handling packaging materials
IMPORTANT NOTE!
Dispose of packaging materials in line with the applicable statutory requirements and local regulations.
IMPORTANT NOTE!
The packaging is also use to protect the product from site dust and dirt. Only remove packaging shortly before assembling the unit.
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Technical data
Unit
Venkon XL
Model
1
2
3
4
Width of basic unit [mm]
500
900
1300
1700
Width of basic unit including condensate tray overhang [mm]
694
1094
1494
1894
Weight of basic unit [kg]
33
51
71
88
Weight of basic unit with
connection unit for circular
pipe [kg]
40
64
86
104
Air volume [m³/h] 3
110 - 680
395 - 1465
405 - 2200
845 - 2975
Internal volume of 2-pipe
system [l]
1,4
2,8
4,2
5,7
Internal volume of 4-pipe
system heating [l]
0,2
0,4
0,6
0,9
Internal volume of 4-pipe
system cooling [l]
1,4
2,8
4,2
5,7
Connection size 2-pipe
Rp 3/4"
Rp 3/4"
Rp 3/4"
Rp 3/4"
Connection size 4-pipe
heating
Rp 1/2"
Rp 1/2"
Rp 1/2"
Rp 1/2"
Connection size 4-pipe
cooling
Rp 3/4"
Rp 3/4"
Rp 3/4"
Rp 3/4"
Heat output [kW] 1
1,5 - 10,6
4,0 - 22,8
4,5 - 34,4
8,4 - 46,9
Flow rate, heating [kg/h] 1
125 - 580
474 - 1359
471 - 1916
718 - 4033
Cooling output [kW]
12
2
0,7 - 3,4
2,8 - 7,9
2,7 - 11,2
5,6 - 16,9
Flow rate, cooling [kg/h] 2
125 - 580
474 - 1359
471 - 1916
969 - 2899
Sound power level, suctionside [dB(A)]
43 - 62
46 - 65
48 - 67
49 - 68
Sound power level, pressure-side [dB(A)]
39 - 63
44 - 67
45 - 68
47 - 70
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at 30 Pa external pressure, ISO Coarse filter, continuously variable control
1
at LPHW 75 / 65°C, tL1 = 20°C
2
at CHW 7/12°C, tL1 = 27 °C, 48% relative humidity
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Construction and function
5.1
Overview
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Fig. 1: Venkon XL at a glance (connection shown on left)
5.2
1
Service hatch
6
Filter
2
EC radial fan
7
Electrical connection
3
Condensation tray
8
Connection unit for circular pipe
4
Heat exchanger
9
Suspension and connecting bracket
5
Water connections
Brief description
Venkon XL are decentralised units for the heating, cooling and filtering of air, for use in hotels, offices and business premises,
among others. Secondary air is drawn in filtered by the fan and passed through the copper/aluminium heat exchanger. Here
the air is either heated or cooling depending on the temperature of the water in the heat exchanger. The heated or cooled air
is discharged into the room through the optional connection unit for circular pipes.
5.3
Wear parts list
Figure
Article
Properties
Suitable for
Art. no.
Model 1
348016000000
BG 2
348026000000
Model 3
348036000000
BG 4
348046000000
Model 1
348016005000
ISO spare filter
BG 2
348026005000
ePM10>50% (M5)
Model 3
348036005000
BG 4
348046005000
1 set = 1 mat
ISO Coarse spare filter
1 set = 2 mats
1 set = 1 mat
1 set = 2 mats
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Venkon XL, connection on right
Venkon XL, with flexible connection unit, connection on right
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Installation and wiring
Side view, connection side
6.1
Side view, connection side
Definition of the connection side
Connection on left
Connectio
1 Cooling
2 Cooling
5 Conden
6 Vent
View of air inlet side
Connection on right
View of air inlet side
Fig. 2: Definition of left/right connection
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Air direction/
air inlet
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6.2
Requirements governing the installation site
Only install and assemble the unit if the following conditions are met:
Make sure that the wall/ceiling is sufficiently load-bearing to take the weight of the unit (Technical data [} 12]).
Make sure that the ceiling is sufficiently load-bearing to take the weight of the unit (Technical data [} 12]).
Make sure that the unit is securely suspended/standing.
Ensure that the airflow can circulate freely.
Provide adequate space for appropriately sized flow and return water connections on site (Connection to the pipe
network [} 22]).
There is a power supply on site (Maximum electrical rating values [} 32]).
If need be, provide a condensation connection with a sufficient gradient on site.
6.3
Minimum clearances
Fig. 3: Minimum clearances (top view, connection on left)
With suspended ceiling units, provide the following service hatches for installation, maintenance and inspection beside the
unit (see hatched area) and below the unit:
Model
Unit width A [mm]
1
500
2
900
3
1300
4
1700
Tab. 4: Minimum clearances
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6.4
Installation
2 people are needed to install the unit.
CAUTION!
Risk of injury from sharp metal housing!
The inner metal of the casing can have sharp edges.
Wear suitable protective gloves.
IMPORTANT NOTE!
Horizontal installation of units!
When installing the units, ensure that they are completely horizontal to ensure proper operation.
IMPORTANT NOTE!
Avoid draughts!
Consider the occupied zone when installing/suspending the units. Do not expose people to the direct air
flow. Position the unit accordingly and adjust the air outlet if required.
6.4.1 Installation of basic unit
Each Venkon XL unit is fixed to the ceiling or an on-site structure at 4 points. The units are suspended on mounting brackets,
for instance on threaded rods (M8).
Fig. 4: Suspension points (top view, connection on left)
Model
Distance A (suspension)
1
530
2
930
3
1330
4
1730
Tab. 5: Spacing of suspension points
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Suspend the unit using the suspension and connecting brackets to on-site suspensions (recommended: M8 threaded rod
with washer and nut).
Fig. 5: Suspending the unit
Level the unit and, if need be, adjust it by adjusting the nuts.
Fig. 6: Adjusting the suspension
Use an appropriate tool to check the alignment of the unit.
Fig. 7: Checking alignment
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6.4.2 Installation of sheet steel accessories
Overview of air-side sheet steel accessories
1
2
Fig. 8: Basic unit with connection unit for circular pipe
1
Basic unit
2
Figure
275
Connection unit for circular pipe
Description
500
Dimensions [mm]
/ 90
0/
130
0/
170
Model 1: 500
0
Connecting unit for circular pipe with spigot DN 200
Model 2: 900
Model 3: 1300
275
Model 4: 1700
Tab. 6: Air-side sheet steel accessories
Venkon XL are available in the following models ex works:
Basic unit
Basic unit with connection unit for circular pipe fitted
Proceed as follows should it be necessary to retrofit a connection unit for circular pipe to a basic unit on site (assembly requires 2 people):
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Use 4.8x13.0 metal screws to fix the connecting brackets (2
no. with model 2, 4 no. with model 3 and model 4) to the top
and bottom of the air outlet side.
Fig. 9: Screwing on the connecting bracket
Position the connecting unit in front of the air outlet and
hand-tighten the M6x10 self-locking screws at the 4 corners.
Fig. 10: Positioning the connecting unit
Use an appropriate tool to tighten the screws on the suspension and connecting brackets.
Fig. 11: Tightening the screws externally
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Hand-tighten the M6x10 self-locking screws on the inner connecting brackets (accessible through one of the spigots).
Fig. 12: Turning the screws internally
Use an appropriate tool to tighten the screws on the internal
connecting brackets.
Fig. 13: Tightening the screws internally
Frame connection dimensions
The air inlet side of Venkon XL units can be connected to a ductwork system (by others).
Front view (air inlet grille)
Fig. 14: Frame connection dimensions
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Model
A [mm]
B [mm]
1
500
482
2
900
441
3
1300
416 – 450 - 416
4
1700
561
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6.5
Installation
Actuator with ‘First Open’ function
When delivered, the actuator is normally open in a de-energised state, thanks to the First Open function. This enables
heating mode to run even if the electric wiring is not yet completed.
When subsequently commissioned and with the application of power (for longer than 6 minutes), the First Open function
is automatically unlocked so that the actuator becomes fully operational.
0,5 mm
> 0,5 mm
Power on
> 6 min
< 0,5 mm
Power off
Fig. 15: “First Open” function
Hydraulic connection
Note the following points when connecting the hydraulic side:
Install and test safety components (expansion vessels, pressure relief valves and overflow valves).
Route condensation lines with a sufficient cross-section without bends and narrow sections with a gradient to the in situ
waste water pipe.
Allow adequate space for the air flow (air inlet and outlet).
During cooling operation, also observe the following points:
Provide continuous vapour-tight insulation on all components that carry water (pipes, valves, connections) as far as the
unit.
Select appropriate pipe brackets (cooling clamps) for cooling operation.
Size the diameter of the condensation line appropriately.
Protect any traps (if fitted) in the condensation line from drying out.
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6.5.1 Connection to the pipe network
The flow and return connections are located on the left or right side of the unit, looking in the air direction.
Route the pipes so that no mechanical stresses are transferred to the heat exchanger and to ensure that the unit can be accessed with ease for maintenance and repair work. Proceed as follows when connecting up the unit's hydraulic pipework:
Shut off the heating/cooling medium and prevent it from being opened accidentally before connecting to on-site pipework and making the hydraulic connections on the basic unit, as there is a danger of scalding from escaping heating medium!
With cooling units there is a danger to the user from cold temperatures and a danger to the environment from the use of
glycol. Take appropriate safety measures.
Remove protective caps from the flow and return.
With 2-pipe systems: Remove the red protective caps from the ¾” connection, leaving the yellow protective caps in
the unit.
With 4-pipe systems: Remove the red protective caps from the ¾” and ½” connections.
With 4-pipe systems: remove the red protective caps from the 3/4” and 1/2” connections.
With cooling mode, route pipes and any valves directly over the protruding condensation tray to drain any condensation
produced on the pipes during cooling mode into the tray.
Seal and tighten the connections. Prevent the connection nuts from shearing and twisting.
When connecting the unit to the on-site pipework, make sure that you use a suitable tool to hold the unit's water connections in place!
Make sure that the pipes can be vented.
Use suitable insulating material, impermeable insulating material for cooling units.
Tighten all threaded connections once the pipes have been fitted and check that they are not under any tension.
Venkon XL, connection on
left
Side view, connection side
Venkon XL, connection on
right
Side view, connection side
Fig. 16: Dimensions of 4-pipe
Venkon XL, connection on
left
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Venkon XL, with flexible connection unit, connection on left
Side view, connection side
Venkon XL, with flexible connection unit, connection on right
Side view, connection side
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Cooling flow 2-pipe and 4-pipe (also heating with 2-pipe)
2
Cooling return 2-pipe and 4-pipe (also heating with 2-pipe)
3
Heating flow 4-pipe
4
Heating return 4-pipe
5
Drain spigot on condensate tray D=15 mm
6
Air vent
Water connections
2-pipe
Model
1-4
Coil
4-pipe, heating and cooling, with straight valves
Heating
Cooling
Heating
Cooling
¾“
¾“
½“
¾“
4-pipe, heating and cooling, with angled
valves
Connection (Rp)
4-pipe
1-4
Tab. 7: Heat exchanger connecting dimensions
6.5.2 Overview of valve kits
heating and cooling, with straight valves
2-pipe, heating, with straight valves
2-pipe, heating, with angled valves
4-pipe, heating and cooling, with angled
Accessories
for recirculating air
basic unit, water-side, supplied separately
valves
with actuator Open/
Close 230 VAC
with actuator Open/
Close 24 V AC/DC
heating, with straight valves
2-pipe, heating, with angled valves
straight, with pre-settable 2-way valve,
with return shut-off
valve, KVS value 2.3
2-pipe, cooling, with angled valves
Valve kit DN 20
with actuator Open/
Close 230 VAC
with actuator Open/
Close 24 V AC/DC
, cooling, with straight valves
with actuator Open/
Close 230 VAC
4-pipe, heating and cooling, with angled
valves
Valve kit DN 15
2-pipe, heating, with straight valves
2-pipe, heating, with angled valves
2-pipe, cooling, with straight valves
2-pipe, cooling, with angled valves
with actuator Open/
Close 24 V AC/DC
angled, with pre-settable 2-way valve,
with return shut-off
valve, KVS value 3.0
straight, with pre-settable 2-way valve,
with return shut-off
valve, KVS value 1.7
with actuator Open/
Close 230 VAC
with actuator Open/
Close 24 V AC/DC
angled, with pre-settable 2-way valve,
with return shut-off
valve, KVS value 3.0
heating and cooling, with straight valves
heating, with straight valves
, cooling, with straight valves
Adjustment kit for
higher-flow rate
valves
For pre-settable valves
and valve kits with
higher flow
Suitable for
Art no.
2-pipe or 4-pipe cooling, electromechanical
control
196000348231
2-pipe or 4-pipe cooling, electromechanical
control and KaControl
196000348241
2-pipe or 4-pipe cooling, electromechanical
control
196000348232
2-pipe or 4-pipe cooling, electromechanical
control and KaControl
196000348242
4-pipe heating, electromechanical control
196000348431
4-pipe heating, electromechanical control
and KaControl
196000348441
4-pipe heating, electromechanical control
196000348432
4-pipe heating, electromechanical control
and KaControl
196000348442
all valve kits
194000346916
2-pipe, heating, with angled valves
Actuator with ‘First Open’ function
When delivered, the actuator is normally open in a de-energised state, thanks to the First Open function. This enables
heating mode to run even if the electric wiring is not yet completed.
When subsequently commissioned and with the application of power (for longer than 6 minutes), the First Open function
is automatically unlocked so that the actuator becomes fully operational.
2-pipe, cooling, with angled valves
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Assembly, installation and operating instructions
0,5 mm
> 0,5 mm
Power on
> 6 min
< 0,5 mm
Power off
Fig. 17: “First Open” function
6.5.3 Connection of 2-way valve kit
2
2
1
1 Flow
2 Return
2-way valve kit, straight
2-pipe, connection on left
1
1 Flow
2 Return
2-way valve kit, angled version
2-pipe, connection on left
Fig. 18: 2-way valve kit, 2-pipe
2
1
4
4
1
1 Cooling flow
2 Cooling return
3 Heating flow
4 Heating return
2
3
3
2-way valve kit, straight
4-pipe, connection on left
2-way valve kit, angled version
4-pipe, connection on left
Fig. 19: 2-way valve kit, 4-pipe
Note: The pipework and insulation is for illustration only and is provided by others!
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Assembly, installation and operating instructions
6.5.4 Condensation connection
6.5.4.1
Condensation drain with natural gradient
It is essential that a condensation drain is connected and appropriate fixed to a Venkon condensation drain connector (drain
size 15 mm). Ensure that the gradient is at least 1 cm/m, without restrictions and without rising sections of pipe to ensure the
drainage of condensate from the basic unit (in accordance with DIN EN 12056; formerly: DIN 1986-100). Take into account
all applicable regulations, such as the use of a ball trap, when connecting the condensation line to the sewer system. Protect
the trap from drying out. The suction effect of the fan on the condensation drain neck could otherwise produce troublesome
odours. Consider using water vapour-impermeable insulation depending on the pipe material used for the condensation
drain. You will need a condensation pump (optional accessories) should a natural gradient be impossible on site. This is used
to pump the condensate into higher collection or discharge equipment.
Condensate drains
Connect a trap to all condensate drain connectors.
Provide a sufficiently high barrier water height (Hs).
Fig. 20: Barrier water height
Barrier water height:
Hs = H + 50 mm
H = static negative pressure in the unit (mm water column)
(1 mm water column = 9.81 Pa)
Minimum barrier water height Hs = 60 mm
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Assembly, installation and operating instructions
6.5.4.2
Condensate drainage using a condensate pump (accessory)
The water is drawn off by the condensate pump and discharged along a hose (supplied loose) connected on the pressure
side. Depending on conditions on site, the water can be discharged into drainage lines, possibly with a trap connection.
In the event of a fault with the condensate drain, the water level will continue to rise until the float switch triggers an alarm
contact. The contact can be analysed by external signalling devices.
We would recommend automatically terminating cooling operation, possibly with a shut-off valve, if the alarm contact is
triggered to prevent the condensate tray from overflowing.
Condensation drain
Drainage of condensation from the condensation pump has to be provided along a natural gradient with an adequate
cross-section (minimum 1/2"). Increase the cross-section of the line with longer condensate lines.
Check whether the condensation line needs to be insulated to prevent the build-up of condensation along the line.
Do not use a rigid transition to the on-site condensation drain, as this lengthens the pump's pressure hose. We would recommend free overflow into a trap.
Installation, cabling of the condensation pump (accessory)
The condensate pump needs a separate power supply 230 V/50 Hz. We would generally advise against connecting it via the
room thermostat, as residual condensate could be produced after it has been switched off. Additional wires are needed to
analyse the alarm contact.
Use the following types of cable:
Mains supply: NYM-J, 1.5 mm²
Alarm contact: The cable for the alarm contact depends on the kind of alarm analysis used (e.g. shielded cable).
Connect supply power and alarm contact (separate cable with plug) as per the wiring diagram supplied.
Connecting the Condensate Pump
Use 3.9 x 9.5 mm metal screws to fix the bracket for the float
switch.
Fig. 21: Fitting the float switch
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Assembly, installation and operating instructions
Use 4.8 x 13.0 mm metal screws to fix the bracket for the
float switch.
Fig. 22: Fitting the bracket for the pump
Place a 21.2 mm wire retention clamp on the angle fitting
and push the short leg of the fitting onto the condensate tray.
Fig. 23: Attaching the angle fitting
Place a 22.1mm wire retention clamp on the angle fitting and
push the float switch onto the long leg of the fitting.
Fig. 24: Fitting the float switch
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Assembly, installation and operating instructions
Use a cable tie to fix the float switch in place and use a 6.1
mm wire retention clamp to fix the vent hose in place.
Fig. 25: Attaching the vent
Push the groove of the condensate pump onto the bracket,
with the electrical connections at the top right.
Fig. 26: Attaching the condensate pump
Open the power supply connector locking device (turn lock to
“open lock” symbol), insert the power supply plug and then
lock (“locked lock” symbol).
Fig. 27: Connecting to the power supply
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Assembly, installation and operating instructions
Attach 2 no. 10.1 mm wire retention clamps to the 6x1.5 mm
PVC hose (length = 400 mm) and attach the hose to the float
switch.
Fig. 28: Connecting the suction hose
Attach the suction hose to the pump.
Fig. 29: Attaching the suction hose
Insert the signal cable from the float switch to the condensate pump.
Fig. 30: Inserting the float switch signal cable
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Assembly, installation and operating instructions
Attach the condensate drain to the pump.
Fig. 31: Attaching the condensate drain line
Connect the hose (diameter 6 mm) (by others) to the vent
valve and use cable ties to secure in place.
Fig. 32: Vent valve
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Assembly, installation and operating instructions
On completion of the work, attach all wire retention clamps (using conventional pliers) and check that they are all tight.
Check the assignment and positions against the following figure:
6
5
7
4
3
1
2
Fig. 33: Attaching the wire clamps
Position
Model [mm]
1
10.1
2
10.1
3
6.1
4
10.1
5
10.1
6
21.2
7
22.1
Tab. 8: Assignment of wire retention clamps
Technical data on the condensation pump
Max. pumping quantity
20 l/h
Maximum suction height
3m
Maximum delivery height
10 m
Power supply
230 V-50 Hz-14 W
Contact for safety shut-off
NC 8A ohmic load
Overheating protection
115°C
Operating mode
Continuous operation
Protection class
IP20
Switching points (mm)
On: 16, Off: 11, Alarm: 19
Noise level at 1 m distance
20 dBA
Tab. 9: Technical data on the Sauermann SI30 condensate pump
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Assembly, installation and operating instructions
7
Electrical connection
IMPORTANT NOTE!
Condensation formation in the cooling unit!
In the event of on-site valve control, the cooling valve must be closed when the fans are switched off.
7.1
Maximum electrical rating values
Venkon XL, electromechanical model (*00)
Model
Number of
fans
Nominal
voltage
Mains frequency
Nominal
power
Nominal
current
Leakage
current
Ri analogue input
Protection
rating
Protection
class
1
1x Single
230 V AC
50 Hz
90 W
0.76 A
< 3.5 mA
100 KΩ
IP21
I
2
1x Tandem
230 V AC
50 Hz
178 W
1.45 A
< 3.5 mA
100 KΩ
IP21
I
3
1x Single, 1x
Tandem
230 V AC
50 Hz
297 W
2.32 A
< 3.5 mA
50 KΩ
IP21
I
4
2x Tandem
230 V AC
50 Hz
377 W
2.93 A
< 3.5 mA
50 KΩ
IP21
I
Tab. 10: Maximum electrical rating values for Venkon XL EC, electromechanical model (*00)
Venkon XL, KaControl model (*C1)
Model
Number of
fans
Nominal
voltage
Mains frequency
Nominal
power
Nominal
current
Leakage
current
Ri analogue input
Protection
rating
Protection
class
1
1x Single
230 V AC
50 Hz
90 W
0.76 A
< 3.5 mA
20 KΩ
IP21
I
2
1x Tandem
230 V AC
50 Hz
178 W
1.45 A
< 3.5 mA
20 KΩ
IP21
I
3
1x Single, 1x
Tandem
230 V AC
50 Hz
297 W
2.32 A
< 3.5 mA
20 KΩ
IP21
I
4
2x Tandem
230 V AC
50 Hz
377 W
2.93 A
< 3.5 mA
20 KΩ
IP21
I
Tab. 11: Maximum electrical rating values for Venkon XL EC, KaControl (*C1)
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Assembly, installation and operating instructions
7.2
Electromechanical control, Venkon XL
7.2.1 Connection (*00 or 00D), Venkon XL
The junction box for electromechanical control can be electrically installed separately from the side panel of the basic unit by Velcro fitting. Simply remove the
plastic lid to open the junction box.
Fig. 34: Remove junction box from the Velcro
strip
Description of wiring
Factory-fitted actuators are wired to the terminal. The appropriate terminals are available for valve drives on site.
The speed of EC fans used is continuously variably controlled by a 0 – 10 V DC signal. The “intelligent” motor electronics
detects any possible motor fault and automatically switches off the fan.
Fig. 35: Junction box of Venkon XL
Note these points in the following wiring diagrams for Venkon XL with electromechanical control:
Comply with the details on cable types and cabling with due consideration for VDE 0100.
Without *: NYM-J. The requisite number of wires, including protective earth, is stated on the cable. Cross-sections are
not stated, as the cable length is involved in the calculation of the cross-section.
With *: J-Y(ST)Y 0.8mm. Lay separately from power lines.
If other types of cables are used, they must be at least equivalent.
The terminals on the unit are suitable for a maximum wire cross-section of 2.5 mm².
Only pulse and/or all-current sensitive residual current protective devices (type A or B) are permitted when using residual
current protective devices. When power is applied to the unit, pulse-like capacitor load currents in the integrated EMC
filter can lead to the RCCB being immediately tripped. We recommend residual current protective switches with a
threshold of 300 mA and delayed triggering (super resistant, characteristic K).
The electrical data [} 32] need to be respected when rating the in situ mains power supply and fusing.
33
2
N
1
N
3
2
N
1
5
L
4
5
4
H
3
6
K
2*
7
AI
8
2
GND
2*
AO
9
L
10
2
UI
11
12
GND
2*
2
PE
DI
13
14
GND
Room thermostat
type 30155
GND
2*
N
Mains power 230 V AC Open/
Close
2
gn/ge
W1
3
Jumper
1
VH
2
VK
Valve drive(s)
230 V AC Open/Closed
2
PE
5
6
UC
Contact
e.g. heating/cooling
NO COM
2*
W5
5
W2
2
Room sensor
1
1
- Options For more information, see the instructions for the room
thermostat
Contact
e.g. window
NO COM
-
GND
Fan speed
4
4
2
N
2
L
1
1
1
Mains 230 V AC
2
2
Fan junction box
L
N
PE
Refer to "Electrical data”
information table!
Mains 230 V AC
Unit no. 2
2
Unit no. 1
1
Jumper
1
2
VK
VH
5
6
GND
-
UC
Fan speed
Evaluation
by others
Valve drive(s)
230 V AC Open/Closed
Fan junction box
Venkon XL
electromechanical (*00)
gn/ge
In situ fusing.
Observe
"Electrical data"
information table.
2
3
2
W3
1
W6
1
1
1
1
W4
1
W8
1
W7
1
gn/ge
gn/ge
2
3
3
1
4
Venkon XL
electromechanical (*00)
2
1
34
2
Mains
230 V/50 Hz
Venkon XL
Assembly, installation and operating instructions
7.2.2 Cabling, Venkon XL (*00), control by Climate Controller 30155
2
N
1
N
3
N
L
4
5
H
6
3
K
2*
7
AI
8
2
GND
2*
9
AO
10
UI
11
12
GND
2*
2
PE
DI
13
14
Jumper
GND
Air conditioning
controller
type 30155
GND
2*
2
1
5
3
W1
N
1
3
3
1
L
2
VH
5
5
W2
6
GND
UC
Contact
e.g. heating/cooling
NO COM
L
2
Room sensor
1
PE
N
Mains 230 V AC
- Options For more information, see the instructions for the room
thermostat
Contact
e.g. window
NO COM
VK
4
Fan speed
2
PE
1
1
N
2
2
L
NC COM
4
3
W4
3
W3
2*
230 V AC
W8
2
1
PE
N
VK
VH
Valve drive(s)
230 V AC Open/Closed
Fan junction box
L
Refer to "Electrical
data”
information table!
1
1
Condensation alarm
2
2
Valve drive(s)
230 V AC Open/Closed
gn/ge
gn/ge
Unit no. 2
gn/ge
gn/ge
Junction box by others
1
3
Fan junction box
3
Venkon XL
electromechanical (*00)
3
gn/ge
4
2
Mains 230 V AC
2
4
230 V AC
2
5
5
W5
6
GND
-
UC
Fan speed
1
Refer to "Electrical
data”
information table!
2
2
1
2
2
2
W6
1
W9
1
1
1
1
W7
1
2
W10
1
4
3
2
2
2
2
N
L
PE
Mains 230 V AC
NC COM
Condensation
alarm
Junction box by others
Condensation pump
1
Unit no. 1
1
gn/ge
gn/ge
W11
1
1
1
1
2
Condensation pump
4
Venkon XL
electromechanical (*00)
gn/ge
In situ fusing.
Observe
"Electrical data"
information table.
3
Mains
230 V/50 Hz
Venkon XL
Assembly, installation and operating instructions
7.2.3 Cabling, Venkon XL (*00), control by Climate Controller 30155, with condensate pump
35
2
N
1
5
L
4
Q1
3
W1
gn/ge
PE
Q2
2*
I1
2
GND
2*
L
O3
I2
GND
PE
Clock thermostat
type 30256
GND
2*
N
2
N
2
L
Mains power 230 V AC
Refer to "Technical data”
information table
gn/ge
gn/ge
Jumper
1
VH
2
VK
Valve drive(s)
230 V AC Open/Closed
Fan junction box
6
UC
2
Room sensor
1
W2
2*
W5
5
L
N
PE
Refer to "Electrical data”
information table!
GND
- Optional For more information, see the instructions for the Climate
Controller
Contact
e.g. heating/cooling
NO COM
5
Fan speed
Mains 230 V AC
Unit no. 2
2
2
Unit no. 1
2
Mains 230 V AC
3
2
Jumper
1
2
VK
VH
Valve drive(s)
230 V AC Open/Closed
Fan junction box
Venkon XL
electromechanical (*00)
gn/ge
In situ fusing.
Observe
"Electrical data"
information table.
2
3
3
1
3
Venkon XL
electromechanical (*00)
4
4
2
4
2
W3
1
W6
1
1
1
1
W4
1
2
W7
1
1
1
1
1
2
5
6
GND
-
UC
Fan speed
1
36
2
Mains
230 V/50 Hz
Venkon XL
Assembly, installation and operating instructions
7.2.4 Cabling, Venkon XL (*00), control by Climate Controller 30256
N
L
Q1
3
Q2
2*
I1
2
GND
2*
O3
I2
GND
2
Clock thermostat
type 30256
GND
2*
2
PE
gn/ge
gn/ge
2
5
3
W1
N
1
Jumper
2
VH
Contact
e.g. heating/cooling
NO COM
VK
5
5
W2
1
UC
2
Room sensor
6
1
PE
N
L
Mains 230 V AC
GND
- Optional For more information, see the instructions for the room sensor
3
3
1
L
4
Fan speed -
2
2
PE
1
1
N
2
2
L
NC COM
4
3
W4
3
W3
2*
230 V AC
W8
2
1
PE
N
VK
VH
Valve drive(s)
230 V AC Open/Closed
Fan junction box
L
Refer to "Electrical
data”
information table!
1
1
Condensation alarm
2
2
Valve drive(s)
230 V AC Open/Closed
gn/ge
gn/ge
Unit no. 2
gn/ge
gn/ge
Junction box by others
1
3
Fan junction box
3
230 V AC
3
Venkon XL
electromechanical (*00)
2
gn/ge
4
4
Mains 230 V AC
2
5
5
W5
6
GND
-
UC
Fan speed
1
Refer to "Electrical
data”
information table!
2
2
1
2
Unit no. 1
4
3
2
N
L
PE
Mains 230 V AC
NC COM
Condensation
alarm
Kondensatalarm
Junction box by others
Condensation pump
1
1
2
W6
1
W9
1
1
1
1
W7
1
2
W10
1
1
1
2
2
Condensation pump
4
Venkon XL
electromechanical (*00)
gn/ge
In situ fusing.
Observe
"Electrical data"
information table.
3
Mains
230 V/50 Hz
Venkon XL
Assembly, installation and operating instructions
7.2.5 Cabling, Venkon XL (*00), control by Climate Controller 30256, with condensate pump
37
1
Support bracket by others
4
L
3
W1
5
A1
2*
9
E1
2
2
1
2
3
3
N
6
E3
2*
PE
E2
11
E2
12
Climate Controller
type 148941
type 148942
E1 0-10V GND
10
2*
L
2
PE
gn/ge
A2
7
8
2
N
5
N
2
L
1
Jumper
Mains 230 V AC
Refer to "Electrical data”
information table!
1
Mains 230 V AC
3
2
W7
VK
VH
2
Valve drive(s)
230 V AC Open/Closed
6
W2
Contact
e.g. heating/cooling
NO COM
2
Room sensor
1
2*
W5
5
L
GND
N
PE
Refer to "Electrical data”
information table!
UC
- Options See air conditioning controller instruction for further information
Contact
e.g. window
NO COM
5
Fan speed -
Mains 230 V AC
Unit no. 2
1
1
Fan junction box
2
Unit no. 1
2
2
Jumper
1
2
VK
VH
Valve drive(s)
230 V AC Open/Closed
Fan junction box
Venkon XL
electromechanical (*00)
gn/ge
2
1
W3
4
W6
1
1
1
1
W4
1
gn/ge
gn/ge
W8
1
3
3
1
4
4
2
3
In situ fusing.
Observe
"Electrical data"
information table.
2
2
2
1
4
Venkon XL
electromechanical (*00)
1
1
2
5
6
GND
-
UC
Fan speed
1
38
2
Mains
230 V/50 Hz
Venkon XL
Assembly, installation and operating instructions
7.2.6 Cabling, Venkon XL (*00), control by Climate Controller type 148941/148942
4
L
A2
7
8
N
5
3
A1
2*
9
E1
2
2
1
2
3
3
6
E3
2*
2
PE
E2
11
E2
12
Jumper
Climate Controller
type 148941
type 148942
E1 0-10V GND
10
2*
1
1
5
3
W1
N
1
3
3
1
L
2
VH
5
W2
6
NO COM
Room sensor
1
2
PE
N
L
GND
NC COM
Condensation alarm
UC
Contact
e.g. heating/cooling
5
Mains 230 V AC
- Options See air conditioning controller instruction for further information
Contact
e.g. window
NO COM
VK
4
Fan speed -
1
1
Valve drive(s)
230 V AC Open/Closed
2
2
PE
1
1
N
4
3
W4
3
W3
2*
230 V AC
W8
2
1
PE
N
VK
VH
Valve drive(s)
230 V AC Open/Closed
Fan junction box
L
Refer to "Electrical
data”
information table!
1
1
Junction box by others
2
2
Fan junction box
3
Unit no. 2
gn/ge
gn/ge
L
2
1
3
2
2
2
W10
3
Mains 230 V AC
2
2
gn/ge
1
W6
4
W9
1
1
1
1
W7
1
gn/ge
gn/ge
W11
1
4
230 V AC
2
2
1
5
5
W5
6
GND
-
UC
Fan speed
1
Refer to "Electrical
data”
information table!
4
3
2
2
Unit no. 1
1
2
2
2
N
L
PE
Mains 230 V AC
NC COM
Condensation alarm
Junction box by others
Condensation pump
1
In situ fusing.
Observe
"Electrical data"
information table.
2
gn/ge
gn/ge
1
2
Venkon XL
electromechanical (*00)
4
Condensation pump
gn/ge
Venkon XL
electromechanical (*00)
3
Mains
230 V/50 Hz
Venkon XL
Assembly, installation and operating instructions
7.2.7 Cabling, Venkon XL (*00), control by Climate Controller type 148941/148942, with condensate pump
Support bracket by others
39
2*
DO AA
GND
24V 0-10V
4*
DO
24V
3
W1
L
N
1
DI2
DI3
DI4
NC COM
3
3
4*
W8
W6
Building automation
system
PE
N
L
GND
UC
6
W2
Jumper
5
VK
VH
DI4
2*
DI3
2*
2
V
10V GND max.
max24
. 24V
DI2
DI1
2*
2
Unit 2 condensate alarm
Contact open = alarm
(alarm = close cooling valve)
V
10V GND max.
max24
. 24V
DI1
PE
Mains 230 V AC
2
PE
3
3
Condensation alarm
4
BG1: Ri= 100KΩ
BG2: Ri= 100KΩ
BG3: Ri= 50KΩ
BG4: Ri= 50KΩ
1
1
2
1
Junction box by others
2
2
gn/ge
Fan speed -
gn/ge
gn/ge
Valve drive(s)
24 V AC/DC Open/Close
Mains 230 V
PE
N
L
Refer to AC
"Electrical
data”
information table!
1
2
VH
6
5
3
W7
Jumper
VK
Valve drive(s)
24 V AC/DC Open/Close
4
Mains 230 V AC
1
Fan junction box
1
Unit no. 2
2
Fan junction box
2
N
W3
1
1
1
L
3
Speed
(Note unit’s internal resistance)
2
2
2
Mains 230 V AC
1
1
4
gn/ge
gn/ge
Refer to "Electrical data”
information table!
2
2
W4
1
4
1
gn/ge
gn/ge
2
W9
2
1
Unit no. 1
1
W5
1
W10
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
In situ fusing.
Observe
"Electrical data" “
information table.
Fan speed -
UC
GND
BG1: Ri= 100KΩ
BG2: Ri= 100KΩ
BG3: Ri= 50KΩ
BG4: Ri= 50KΩ
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Electromechanical (*00M)
L
N
Mains 230 V AC
PE
NC COM
Condensation alarm
Junction box by others
Condensation pump (optional)
2
Condensation pump (optional)
gn/ge
Venkon XL
Electromechanical (*00M)
1
1
40
2
Mains
230 V/50 Hz
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7.2.8 Cabling, Venkon XL (* 00), control by DDC/BMS
Unit 1 condensate alarm
Contact open = alarm
(alarm = close cooling valve)
Motor fault unit 2
Motor fault unit 1
4-pipe heating
4-pipe cooling
2-pipe heating/cooling
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7.3
KaControl (*C1)
7.3.1 KaController installation
Fig. 36: Installation of flush-mounted back box
Electrical connection
Connect the KaController to the nearest KaControl unit in
line with the wiring diagram. The maximum bus length
between the KaController and the KaControl master unit
is 30 m.
The respective KaControl automatically becomes the
master unit in the control circuit when a KaController is
connected to it.
Fig. 37: KaController terminals
DIP switch setting
The DIP switches on the rear of the KaController should be
set according to the illustration:
DIP switch 1: ON
DIP switch 2: OFF
Fig. 38: DIP switch setting on KaController
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7.3.2 Connection (*C1)
General information
Wrong!
Star-shaped wiring of the bus lines.
Route all low voltage cables along the shortest route.
Ensure that low-voltage and power cables are separated, using
metal partitions on cable harnesses.
Use only shielded cables as low-voltage and bus cables.
Lay all BUS cables in a linear pattern. Star-shaped wiring is not
permitted.
The KaController is connected via a bus connection to the respective control PCB on the unit.
Right!
Linear wiring of the bus lines.
Tab. 12: Wiring of bus lines
IMPORTANT NOTE!
Use shielded, paired cables as bus cables, UNITRONIC® BUS LD 2x2x0.22, but at least of the same value or
higher.
IMPORTANT NOTE!
When laying bus cables, avoid the formation of star points, for instance in junction boxes. Loop the cables
through to the units!
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Control signal
SmartBoard PCB
Power supply
X1
Valve drive
X2
Fig. 39: Circuit board in junction box
Description of wiring
Units configured for operation with KaControl are fully wired and fitted with all electrical parts ready for connection
(with the exception of optional accessories).
The speed of the EC fans are controlled by a 0-10 V DC signal from the KaControl. The “intelligent” motor electronics detects any possible motor fault and automatically switches off the fan.
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N
3
2
1
PE
4*
3
0-10V GND 0-10V GND
2
L
1
1
1
Note:
0 V - 3 V = valve closed, speed 0
3 V - 10 V = valve open
4 V - 9.5 V = min. speed up to 100%
W2
W1
X1
N
2
2
L
2
1
gn/ ge
gn/ ge
Ri = 20 KΩ
AI3
Building automation
system
1
GND
2
Ri = 20 KΩ
AI2
3
PE
3
GND
4*
3
W4
W3
X1
N
V2
L
GND
PCB
PUR-EC01
GND
V1
Valve drive(s)
24 V DC Open/Close
4
Electrical junction box
1
1
SmartBoard circuit board
PE
gn/ ge
gn/ ge
PCB
PUR-EC01
Ri = 20 KΩ
AI2
GND
SmartBoard circuit board
Electrical junction box
1
Mains 230 V AC
gn/ge
2
2
Venkon EC
KaControl (*C1)
1
Unit no. 2
2
Unit no. 1
Ri = 20 KΩ
AI3
4
GND
4*
3
V1
V2
W6
W5
GND
Valve drive(s)
24 V DC Open/Close
GND
*
* To other units (number depends on maximum current of
the analogue outputs of the BMS)
2
In situ fusing.
Observe
"Electrical data"
information table.
3
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KaControl (*C1)
3
Mains
230 V/50 Hz
4
44
4
To further units
(refer to information
for maximum
number)
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7.3.3 Cabling, Venkon XL, KaControl (*C1), control by in situ 0-10 V DC signal
4-pipe heating
Note internal resistance of unit!
4-pipe cooling
2-pipe heating/ cooling
Note internal resistance of unit!
4
GND
N
2
1
TX+
1
L
TX-
gn/ge
PE
3**
3
GND 24V
3
W2
GND
2
V+
3
1
1
2
2
1
V2
GND
GND DI2 GND AI2 GND AI1 GND
GND
2
Tx
V1
W7
2**
3
W6
W5
2*
2*
W4
W3
2
1
- Optional Room sensor
type 3250110
2*
2
Tx
1
Valve drive(s)
24 V DC Open/Close
1
PE
KaController
type 321000x
1
1
W1
X1
N
2
2
L
gn/ ge
gn/ ge
Electrical junction box
1
Mains 230 V AC
2
2
SmartBoard
circuit board
- Optional Contact
e.g. heating/cooling
COM NO
- Optional Contact
e.g. window
COM NO
2
X1
N
L
PCB
PUR-EC01
Unit no. 2
1
1
PCB
PUR-EC01
1
2
2
- Optional Multifunctional inputs
(refer to instructions for possible functions)
PE
Tx
V+
V2
GND
3
2**
W9
W8
To further units
(refer to information
for maximum
number)
GND DI2 GND AI2 GND AI1 GND
GND
Tx
V1
Valve drive(s)
24 V DC Open/Close
GND
SmartBoard
circuit board
Electrical junction box
Venkon XL
KaControl (*C1)
gn/ ge
gn/ ge
Venkon XL
KaControl (*C1)
1
Unit no. 1
1
2
In situ fusing.
Observe
"Electrical data"
information table.
2
2
1
Mains
230 V/50 Hz
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7.3.4 Cabling, Venkon XL, KaControl (*C1), control by KaController
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8
Pre-commissioning checks
Check before initial commissioning whether all necessary conditions have been met so that the unit can function safely and
properly.
Structural tests
Check that the unit is securely standing and fixed.
Check the horizontal installation/suspension of the unit.
Check the completeness and correct seating of all filters (dirt side).
Check whether all components are properly fitted.
Check whether all air ducts are mechanically fixed in place.
Check whether all dirt, such as packaging or site dirt, has been removed.
Electrical tests
Check whether all lines have been properly laid.
Check whether all lines have the necessary cross-section.
Are all wires connected in accordance with the electric wiring diagrams?
Is the earth wire connected and wired throughout?
Check all external electrical connections and terminal connections are fixed in place and tighten if necessary.
Check whether DIP switches have been correctly set in accordance with the wiring diagram.
Water-side checks
Check whether all supply and drainage lines have been properly connected.
Fill pipes and unit with water and bleed.
Check whether all bleed screws are closed.
Check leak tightness (pressure test and visual inspection).
Check whether the parts carrying water have been flushed through.
Check whether any shut-off valves fitted on site are open.
Check whether any electrically actuated shut-off valves have been properly connected.
Check whether all valves and actuators are working properly (note permitted mounting position).
Air-side checks
Check whether there is unimpeded flow at the air inlet and outlet.
Check whether the air inlet filter is fitted and dirt-free.
Condensation water connection
Check whether the condensation tray is free of building rubble.
Check the condensation drain and operation of the alarm signal on the condensation pump.
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Condensation water connection
Check whether the cooling valve switches off in the event of an alarm signal.
Check whether the unit is connected leak-free to the on-site condensation connection.
Check whether the waste water lines are clean and have a sufficient gradient.
Check whether the condensation pump has a working power supply.
Once all checks have been completed, initial commissioning can be carried out in line with Chapter 9 “Operation” [} 48].
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9
Operation
9.1
Operation of electromechanical control
Room thermostat type 30155
Electronic room thermostat with 3-stage automatic function for 2- and 4pipe applications, surface-mounted wall installation on a flush-mounted box
in visually unobtrusive design
Simple operation using a large dial for temperature setting with mechanical
range limitation of the temperature setpoint, operating mode selector
switch, Standby, Manual fan, Automatic fan, 3-stage switch for pre-selecting fan speed when operating mode selector switch is in the “Manual fan”
position
Option for external room sensor
Control input for heating/cooling changeover with 2-pipe applications
Digital input can be set to Comfort/ECO or ON/OFF switchover
Parallel operation of 2 units is possible
Fig. 40: Room thermostat type 30155
Clock thermostat 230 V, type 30256
Electronic clock thermostat for 2- and 4-pipe applications, surface-mounted
wall installation on a flush-mounted box in visually unobtrusive design
Operation using 4 sensor keys
Timer with automatic summer/winter changeover
Option for external room sensor
Control input for heating/cooling changeover with 2-pipe applications
Digital input can be set to Comfort/ECO or ON/OFF switchover
Parallel operation of 2 units is possible
Fig. 41: Clock thermostat type 30256
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Clock thermostat 24 V, type 30456
Electronic clock thermostat for 2- and 4-pipe applications, surface-mounted
wall installation on a flush-mounted box in visually unobtrusive design
Operation using 4 sensor keys
Timer with automatic summer/winter changeover
Option for external room sensor
Control input for heating/cooling changeover with 2-pipe applications
Digital input can be set to Comfort/ECO or ON/OFF switchover
Parallel operation of 5 units is possible
Fig. 42: Clock thermostat type 30456
Climate controller, white, type 196000148941
For 2- and 4-pipe applications, surface-mounted wall mounting on a flushmounted box in visually unobtrusive design with 2.5” :CD display and highquality glass finish with capacitive keys
Automatic LED backlight
Parametrisable language: German or English
Timer program with 3 time channels, each with 4 switchover points
Option to connect an external room sensor
3 control inputs (functions parametrisable, e.g. window contact, presence
detector, heating/cooling switchover)
Parallel operation of 2 units is possible
Fig. 43: Climate controller type 196000148941
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Climate controller, black, type 196000148942
For 2- and 4-pipe applications, surface-mounted wall mounting on a flushmounted box in visually unobtrusive design with 2.5” :CD display and highquality glass finish with capacitive keys
Automatic LED backlight
Parametrisable language: German or English
Timer program with 3 time channels, each with 4 switchover points
Option to connect an external room sensor
3 control inputs (functions parametrisable, e.g. window contact, presence
detector, heating/cooling switchover)
Parallel operation of 2 units is possible
Fig. 44: Climate controller type 196000148942
Climate controller, white, type 196000148943
With Modbus interface
For 2- and 4-pipe applications, surface-mounted wall mounting on a flushmounted box in visually unobtrusive design with 2.5” :CD display and highquality glass finish with capacitive keys
Automatic LED backlight
Parametrisable language: German or English
Timer program with 3 time channels, each with 4 switchover points
Modbus-RTU interface as a slave device
Option to connect an external room sensor
2 control inputs (functions parametrisable, e.g. window contact, presence
detector, heating/cooling switchover)
Parallel operation of 2 units is possible
Fig. 45: Climate controller type 196000148943
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Climate controller, black, type 196000148944
With Modbus interface
For 2- and 4-pipe applications, surface-mounted wall mounting on a flushmounted box in visually unobtrusive design with 2.5” :CD display and highquality glass finish with capacitive keys
Automatic LED backlight
Parametrisable language: German or English
Timer program with 3 time channels, each with 4 switchover points
Modbus-RTU interface as a slave device
Option to connect an external room sensor
2 control inputs (functions parametrisable, e.g. window contact, presence
detector, heating/cooling switchover)
Parallel operation of 2 units is possible
Fig. 46: Climate controller type 196000148944
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9.2
Operation of the KaController
The following information is limited to the key content on the operation of the KaController and KaControl system. More information is included separately in the KaControl SmartBoard user manual.
9.2.1 Function keys, display elements
All menus can be selected and set using the navigator dial.
The LED background lighting is automatically switched off 5 seconds after the KaController is last used. The LED background
lighting can be permanently disabled using a parameter setting.
1
2
8
7
3
4
6
5
Fig. 47: KaController with function keys, type 3210002
1
Display with LED background lighting
2
ON/OFF key (depending on setting)
ON/OFF
Eco mode/Day mode (factory setting)
3
TIMER button
4
Set time
Set timer programs
5
Navigator dial
back to standard view
6
Change settings
Call up menus
7
MODE button
Set operating modes (disabled with 2-pipe applications)
ESC button
House symbol
External ventilation
8
FAN button
Set fan control
KaController without operating keys (one-button operation)
type 3210001
1
1. Display with LED background lighting
2
Fig. 48: KaController type 3210001
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2. Navigator dial
Change settings
Call up menus
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KaController, black without function keys (one-button operation) type 3210006
1. Display with LED background lighting
1
2. Navigator dial
Change settings
Call up menus
2
Fig. 49: KaController black, type 3210006
The symbols shown on the display depend on the application (2-pipe, 4-pipe etc.) and the parameters set.
15
14
13
12
11
1
10
9
2
3
4
8
5
6
7
Fig. 50: Display
1
Display of setpoint room temperature
2
Current time
3
Timer program enabled
4
Weekday
5
Alarm
6
Selected function is locked
7
“External ventilation“ mode is locked
8
Filter alert
9
Eco mode
10
Setpoint setting enabled
11
Fan control setting Auto-0-1-2-3-4-5
12
Ventilation mode
13
Cooling mode
14
Heating mode
15
Automatic Heating/Cooling changeover mode
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10
Maintenance
10.1 Securing against reconnection
DANGER!
Risk of death by unauthorised or uncontrolled restart!
Unauthorised or uncontrolled restarting of the equipment can result in serious injury or death.
Before restarting, ensure that all safety devices are fitted and working properly and that there is no hazard to humans.
Always follow the procedure described below to prevent accidental restart:
1. de-energise.
2. Prevent accidental re-connection.
3. Check that the equipment is de-energised.
4. Cover and cordon off adjacent live parts.
WARNING!
Risk of injury from rotating parts!
The fan impeller can cause severe injuries.
Switch off the unit and prevent it from reconnection before commencing any work on moving components of the fan. Wait until all parts have come to a standstill.
10.2 Maintenance Schedule:
The sections below describe maintenance work needed for the proper and trouble-free operation of the equipment.
If there are signs of increased wear during regular checks, shorten the required maintenance intervals to the actual wear and
teat. Contact the manufacturer with any questions about maintenance work and intervals.
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Interval
Maintenance task
Personnel
As required
Regular visual checks and acoustic checks for
damage, dirt and function.
User
quarterly
Check filter for dirt, clean and change filter when
needed.
User
every six months
Clean unit components (heat exchanger, condensate tray, condensate pump, float switch).
User
every six months
Check water-side connections, valves and fittings for dirt, leak-tightness and function.
User
every six months
Check the electrical wiring.
Qualified personnel
every six months
Clean components/surfaces that come into contact with air.
User
quarterly
Check the heat exchanger for dirt, damage, corrosion and leak-tightness. Carefully vacuum the
heat exchanger if dirty.
User
quarterly
Check the condensation tray, float switch and
drain connection for dirt, damage and leak-tightness. Remove any condensation deposits that
have accumulated.
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10.3 Maintenance work
Dismantle the service hatch before maintenance work!
Remove the service hatch before all visual inspections and maintenance work to access the basic unit.
10.3.1 Opening the inspection flap
Use a square wrench to turn the latch 90° (refer to the arrow on the latch for the
closing direction).
Fig. 51: Opening the latch
Carefully lower the service hatch until the safety hook engages.
Fig. 52: Lowering the service hatch
Slightly raise the service hatch, push away the retaining plate from the condensate tray and remove the service hatch.
Fig. 53: Pressing in the retaining plate
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Fit the service hatch in reverse order. When inserting the service hatch, make
sure that the ball-head bolts are properly inserted into the housing.
Fig. 54: Inserting the service hatch
10.3.2 Replacing the filter.
CAUTION!
Risk of injury from sharp metal housing!
The inner metal of the casing can have sharp edges.
Wear suitable protective gloves.
Turn filter latches (left and right) to the side using a flat-blade screwdriver.
Fig. 55: Turning the filter latches
Remove filter downwards. Wash out the ISO Coarse filter or replace it if necessary. Dispose of and replace filters ISO ePM10>50%.
Fig. 56: Removing the filter
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The cassette filter ISO ePM10>50% is replaced in the same way as the dry layer
filter ISO Coarse.
2
1
Fig. 57: Filter positions
1 Dry layer filter, ISO
Coarse
2 Cassette filter ISO
ePM10>50%
10.3.3 Cleaning the condensate tray
Before cleaning the condensate tray Opening the inspection flap [} 55]. Steps 1 – 3 are only necessary if a condensate
pump (optional accessory) has been installed.
Pinch off the cable ties.
Fig. 58: Loosening the cable ties
Loosen the wire retention clamp at the drain connection of the condensate tray.
Fig. 59: Loosening the wire retention clamp
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Carefully remove the angle fitting from the condensate tray. Then check the
float switch for dirt and clean if necessary.
Fig. 60: Pulling off the angle fitting
Use a suitable tool to turn the M6x10 self-locking screw out of the condensate
tray holder.
Fig. 61: Loosen screw
Using a suitable tool to turn the M6x10 self-locking screw out of the condensate
tray holder, supporting the condensate tray and preventing it from falling.
Fig. 62: Loosening and holding the condensate
tray
Allow the condensate tray to fall slightly on the connection side 1 and pull it
out of the side of the housing at an angle 2.
2
1
Fig. 63: Remove the condensate tray
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Clean the condensation tray.
Fig. 64: Cleaning the condensate tray
Fit the condensate tray in reverse order.
When inserting the condensate tray, make sure that the ball-head bolts are
properly inserted into the housing.
Fig. 65: Fitting the condensate tray
IMPORTANT NOTE!
Replace the float switch!
When using a condensate pump, it is essential that the float switch is replaced and secured by a cable tie
(by others) after cleaning!
10.3.4 Clean the inside of the unit
Check all elements that come into contact with air (internal surfaces of the unit, outlet elements etc.) for dirt or deposits during maintenance and use a commercially available product to remove.
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11
Faults
The following chapter describes possible causes of faults and the work needed to rectify them. Should faults occur frequently,
shorten the maintenance intervals in line with the actual loading on the unit.
Contact the manufacturer with any faults that cannot be rectified using the following informatio.
Behaviour in the event of faults
The following applies:
1. Immediately switch off the unit with faults that pose an immediate danger to persons or property!
2. Determine the cause of the fault!
3. Switch off the unit and prevent it from being reconnected if rectifying the fault requires work in the hazard area. Immediately advise a supervisor on site about the fault.
4. Either rectify the fault yourself or have it repaired by authorised personnel, depending on the nature of the fault.
The fault table, Chapter 11.1 “Fault table” [} 60], provides information on who is authorised to rectify and remedy
faults.
11.1 Fault table
Fault
Possible cause
No function.
No power supply.
Water outlet
Water outlet
Unit not heating or cooling sufficiently (LPHW/
CHW)
Unit too loud
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Remedy
Check voltage, switch on repair switch.
Replace fuse.
Fault on the heat exchanger.
Replace the heat exchanger if you need to.
Hydraulic connection not properly done.
Check flow and return and tighten, if necessary.
Condensate drain outlets blocked.
Clean condensate outlets and check for adequate gradient.
Chilled water line incorrectly insulated.
Check insulation.
Condensate drain not properly installed.
Check correct operation of condensate pump.
Check and clean condensate outlet.
Accessory components carrying air not properly
insulated.
Check insulation.
Fan is not switched on.
Switch on fan at controller.
Air volume is too low.
Set a higher speed.
Filter is dirty.
Replace filter.
No heating or cooling medium.
Switch on heating and/or cooling system, switch
on circulation pump, vent unit/system.
Valves not operating.
Replace faulty valves.
Water volume too low.
Check pump output, check hydraulics.
Setpoint temperature on the controller set too
low/high.
Adjust temperature setting on the controller.
Operating unit with integral sensor and/or external sensor is exposed to direct sunlight or positioned over a heat source.
Place operating unit with integral sensor and/or
external sensor in a suitable position.
Air cannot blow out or in freely.
Remove obstacles at the air outlet/air inlet.
Heat exchanger dirty.
Clean heat exchanger.
Air in the heat exchanger.
Vent heat exchanger.
Speed too high.
Set a lower speed, if possible.
Air inlet/outlet opening is obstructed.
Free air ducts.
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Fault
Possible cause
Remedy
Filter dirty.
Replace filter.
Rotating parts unbalanced
Clean and/or replace impeller. Please make sure
that no balancing clips are removed during
cleaning.
Fan dirty.
Clean dirt from fan.
Heat exchanger dirty.
Clean dirt from Heat exchanger.
Code
Alarms
Priority
A11
Faulty control sensor.
1
A12
Motor fault.
2
A13
Room frost protection.
3
A14
Condensation alarm.
4
A15
General alarm.
5
A16
Sensor AI1, AI2 or AI3 faulty.
6
A17
Unit frost protection.
7
A18
EEPROM error.
8
A19
Offline slave in the CAN bus network.
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11.2 KaControl faults
Tab. 13: KaControl unit alarms
Code
Alarms
tAL1
Temperature sensor in the KaController faulty.
tAL3
Real-time clock in the KaController faulty.
tAL4
EEPROM in the KaController faulty.
Cn
Communication fault with the external control.
Tab. 14: KaController alarms
IMPORTANT NOTE!
Important note!
More information on control settings can be found in the separate KaControl SmartBoard user manual.
11.3 Start-up after rectification of fault
After correction of the fault, carry out the following steps to re-start:
1. Make sure that all maintenance covers and access openings are sealed.
2. Switch off the unit.
3. Acknowledge fault on controller, if necessary.
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List of KaControl parameters
12.1 Venkon XL parameter list
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Parameter
Function
Standard
Min.
Max.
Unit
Venkon XL*
P000
Software version
24
0
255
-
24
P001
Base setpoint for setpoint input ± 3K
22
8
32
°C
22
P002
Switching on / off hysteresis for valves
3
0
255
K/10
1
P003
Neutral zone in a 4-pipe system (only in automatic mode)
3
0
255
K/10
3
P004
Cooling without fan assistance (natural convection)
0
0
255
K/10
0
P005
Heating without fan assistance (natural convection)
5
0
255
K/10
3
P006
Fan On/Off hysteresis (only in ventilation mode)
5
0
255
K/10
5
P007
P-band, heating
20
0
100
K/10
17
P008
P-band, cooling
20
0
100
K/10
20
P009
Offset to the base setpoint for setpoint input ± 3K
3
0
10
C
3
P010
Clip-on sensor: limit temperature to enable fan stages 1
and 2 in heating mode
26
0
255
°C
26
P011
Clip-on sensor: limit temperature to enable fan stages 3
and 4 in heating mode
28
0
255
°C
28
P012
Clip-on sensor: limit temperature to enable fan stage 5 in
heating mode
30
0
255
°C
30
P013
Clip-on sensor: hysteresis for limit temperatures
P010, P011, P012, P014
10
0
255
K/10
10
P014
Clip-on sensor: limit temperature for enabling the fan
stages in cooling mode
18
0
255
°C
18
P015
Function of input AI1
0
0
19
-
0
P016
Function of input AI2
0
0
19
-
0
P017
Function of input AI3
0
0
9
-
0
P018
Temperature increase of cooling setpoint in Eco mode
30
0
255
K/10
30
P019
Temperature decrease of heating setpoint in Eco mode
30
0
255
K/10
30
P020
ADC limit coefficient
6
0
15
-
6
P021
ADC average coefficient
6
0
15
-
6
P022
Activation/disabling of sun symbol in Comfort mode
0
0
1
-
0
P023
Difference for compensation during cooling
0
-99
127
K/10
0
P024
Coefficient for compensation during heating
0
-20
20
1/10
0
P025
Difference for compensation during heating
0
-99
127
K/10
0
P026
Coefficient for compensation during heating
0
-20
20
1/10
0
P027
Fan setting: maximum run-time for manual fan mode
0
0
255
min
0
P028
Flushing function: fan stage during the flushing function
2
1
5
-
2
P029
Activation of continuous fan mode
0
0
1
-
0
P030
Vent temperature enable
12
0
255
°C
12
P031
Vent interval
27
0
255
°C
27
P032
Flushing function: maximum idle time of fan
15
0
255
min
15
P033
Flushing function: duration of flushing function
120
0
255
s
120
P034
Flushing function: activation in operating modes
0
0
3
-
0
P035
Fan run-on time after operating mode is switched to stage
1
0
0
255
s
0
Venkon XL
Assembly, installation and operating instructions
Parameter
Function
Standard
Min.
Max.
Unit
Venkon XL*
P036
Type of setpoint
0
0
1
-
0
P037
Display
1
0
7
-
1
P038
Lock/disable function on control unit
72
0
255
-
72
P039
Function of digital output V2 (in 2-pipe system)
0
0
3
-
0
P040
Valve actuation via pulse width modulation
0
0
1
-
0
P041
Reset time of PI controller to activate the fan in automatic
fan mode
0
0
20
min
0
P042
Fan setting: lock and activate fan stages
0
0
127
-
0
P043
Function of digital input DI1
0
0
22
-
12
P044
Function of digital input DI2
0
0
22
-
0
P045
Threshold voltage for potentiometer, which switches on
unit
10
0
100
kOhm
10
P046
Temperature setting corresponds to minimum resistance
value = 10 kOhm in the potentiometer
18
12
34
°C
18
P047
Temperature setting corresponds to maximum resistance
value = 100 kOhm in the potentiometer
24
13
35
°C
24
P048
Threshold voltage for potentiometer for starting up fans
10
0
100
kOhm
10
P049
Threshold voltage for potentiometer for maximum fan
speed
90
0
100
kOhm
90
P050
Fan setting: max. fan speed
100
0
100
%
100
P051
Fan setting: min. fan speed
0
0
90
%
0
P052
Fan setting: enable speed limit
0
0
1
-
0
P053
Valve activation via pulse width modulation of valve
switching cycle
15
10
30
min
15
P054
Configuration of bus system
0
0
2
-
0
P055
Display of heating/cooling symbols in automatic mode
0
0
1
-
1
P056
DI2 setting (polarity) when DIP 4 = ON
1
0
1
-
1
P057
Reset setpoint to the value of P01 (after changing an operating program)
0
0
1
-
0
P058
Sensor calibration: sensor AI1
0
-99
127
K/10
0
P059
Supply air temperature setpoint in heating mode
35
0
50
°C
35
P060
Supply air temperature setpoint in cooling mode
18
0
50
°C
18
P061
Sensor calibration: sensor in the KaController
0
-99
127
K/10
0
P062
Sensor calibration: sensor AI2
0
-99
127
K/10
0
P063
Outside temperature <P63 fan increase by P122
0
-99
127
°C
0
P064
Sensor calibration: sensor AI3
0
-99
127
K/10
0
P065
reserved
-
-
-
-
-
P066
Master/Slave assignment in CAN bus
0
0
1
-
0
P067
Serial CAN bus address
1
1
125
-
1
P068
Logic of hydronic algorithms
0
0
7
-
0
P069
Network address
1
0
207
-
1
P070
Dependence of the hydronic algorithms (on Slaves)
0
0
7
-
0
P071
Serial address of Slave 1
0
0
207
-
0
P072
Serial address of Slave 2
0
0
207
-
0
P073
Serial address of Slave 3
0
0
207
-
0
P074
Serial address of Slave 4
0
0
207
-
0
P075
Serial address of Slave 5
0
0
207
-
0
63
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Assembly, installation and operating instructions
64
Parameter
Function
Standard
Min.
Max.
Unit
Venkon XL*
P076
Serial address of Slave 6
0
0
207
-
0
P077
Serial address of Slave 7
0
0
207
-
0
P078
Serial address of Slave 8
0
0
207
-
0
P079
Serial address of Slave 9
0
0
207
-
0
P080
Serial address of Slave 10
0
0
207
-
0
P081
Dependence of the hydronic algorithms, Slave 1
0
0
7
-
0
P082
Dependence of the hydronic algorithms, Slave 2
0
0
7
-
0
P083
Dependence of the hydronic algorithms, Slave 3
0
0
7
-
0
P084
Dependence of the hydronic algorithms, Slave 4
0
0
7
-
0
P085
Dependence of the hydronic algorithms, Slave 5
0
0
7
-
0
P086
Dependence of the hydronic algorithms, Slave 6
0
0
7
-
0
P087
Dependence of the hydronic algorithms, Slave 7
0
0
7
-
0
P088
Dependence of the hydronic algorithms, Slave 8
0
0
7
-
0
P089
Dependence of the hydronic algorithms, Slave 9
0
0
7
-
0
P090
Dependence of the hydronic algorithms, Slave 10
0
0
7
-
0
P091
Load default values
0
0
255
-
0
P092
Password management
0
0
255
-
0
P093
Type of pre-comfort (room occupancy)
0
0
3
-
0
P094
Pre-comfort timer
60
1
255
min
60
P095
Disable DIP switch settings
0
0
1
-
0
P096
Digital outputs continuously activated
0
0
1
-
0
P097
Read DIP switch
-
0
63
-
-
P098
Activation 0..10V: switch on limit for valves
30
0
100
V/10
30
P099
Activation 0..10V: min. switch on limit for fan speed
40
0
100
V/10
40
P100
Activation 0..10V: max. switch on limit for fan speed
90
0
100
V/10
90
P101
Valve activation by pulse width modulation of P-band in
heating mode
15
0
100
K/10
15
P102
Valve activation by pulse width modulation of P-band in
cooling mode
15
0
100
K/10
15
P103
Valve activation by pulse width modulation of reset time of
PI controller
0
0
20
min
0
P104
Minimum ON time with valve activation PWM
3
0
20
min
3
P105
Compensation: max. negative delta setpoint
50
0
150
K/10
50
P106
Compensation: max. positive delta setpoint
50
0
150
K/10
50
P107
Duration of valve open to check water temperature
5
0
255
min
5
P108
Duration of valve closed
240
35
255
min
240
P109
Dead zone PI control for 3-way valve
10
0
100
K/10
10
P110
Hysteresis to switch between heating/fan operation
0
0
20
°C
0
P111
Threshold for switching between heating/fan operation
0
0
50
°C
0
P112
reserved
-
-
-
-
-
P113
reserved
-
-
-
-
-
P114
reserved
-
-
-
-
-
P115
reserved
-
-
-
-
-
P116
reserved
-
-
-
-
-
P117
Lock function buttons on KaController
0
0
7
-
0
P118
On delay time
0
0
255
sec
0
Venkon XL
Assembly, installation and operating instructions
Parameter
Function
Standard
Min.
Max.
Unit
Venkon XL*
P119
Off delay time
0
0
255
sec
0
P120
reserved
-
-
-
-
-
P121
reserved
-
-
-
-
-
P122
Relative fan speed increase via contact
2
0
5
-
2
P123
Maximum valve running time
150
0
255
sec
150
P124
Minimum P + I output variation for valve motion (0 to 10)
5
0
100
%
5
P125
reserved
-
-
-
-
-
P126
Weeks of operation
0
0
255
week
0
P127
Info weeks of operation reached (filter message)
0
52
255
week
0
P128
Reset weeks of operation counter
0
0
1
-
0
P129
Fan speed limiter activation in certain operating modes
0
0
1
-
0
P130
Absolute fan speed increase via contact
2
0
5
-
2
P131
External ventilation, delay time
0
0
255
min
0
P132
Operating level, master password
22
0
255
-
22
P133
Hysteresis for outside temperature for switching between
heating/fan mode
0
0
255
K/10
0
P134
Threshold for outside temperature for switching between
heating/fan mode
0
0
50
°C
0
P135
Enable virtual sensor
0
0
1
-
0
P136
Enable external ventilation
0
0
2
-
0
Tab. 15: Parameter key, SAP no. 9001293, dated 03.12.2019
12.2 KaController parameter list
Parameter
Function
Standard
Min.
Max.
Unit
Comment
t001
Serial address
1
0
207
-
Address in Modbus network
2
0
2
-
0
0
2
-
Baud rate
t002
0 = Baud rate 4800
1 = Baud rate 9600
2 = Baud rate 19200
Background lighting function
t003
0 = Slow fade in, fast fade out
1 = Slow fade in, slow fade out
2 = Fast fade in, fast fade out
t004
Strong background lighting
4
0
5
-
t005
Sensor calibration of KaController sensor
0
60
60
°C
t006
LCD display contrast
15
0
15
-
0
0
1
-
BEEP setting
t007
0 = BEEP ON
1 = BEEP OFF
t008
Password for KaController Parameter menu
11
0
999
-
t009
Minimum settable setpoint temperature
8
0
20
°C
t010
Maximum settable setpoint temperature
35
10
40
°C
t011
Interval of setpoint setting
0
0
2
-
65
Venkon XL
Assembly, installation and operating instructions
Parameter
Function
Standard
Min.
Max.
Unit
0 = Automatic setting depending on
PCB (parameterisable, freely programmable)
1 = Increment of 1℃ (parametrisable PCBs)
2 = Increment of 0.5 ℃ (freely programmable PCBs)
66
t012
Date/Time setting: Year
9
0
99
-
t013
Date/Time setting: Month
1
1
12
-
t014
Date/Time setting: Day
1
1
31
-
t015
Date/Time setting: Weekday
1
1
7
-
t016
Date/Time setting: Hour
0
0
23
-
t017
Date/Time setting: Minute
0
0
59
-
Comment
Venkon XL
Assembly, installation and operating instructions
13
Certificates
67
EU-Konformitätserklärung
EU Declaration of Conformity
Déclaration de Conformité CE
Deklaracja zgodności CE
EU prohlášení o konformite
KAMPMANN GMBH & Co. KG
Wir (Name des Anbieters, Anschrift):
Friedrich-Ebert-Str. 128-130
49811 Lingen (Ems)
We (Supplier’s Name, Address):
Nous (Nom du Fournisseur, Adresse):
My (Nazwa Dostawcy, adres):
My (Jméno dodavatele, adresa):
erklären in alleiniger Verantwortung, dass das Produkt:
declare under sole responsibility, that the product:
déclarons sous notre seule responsabilité, que le produit:
deklarujemy z pełną odpowiedzialnością, że produkt:
deklarujeme, vědomi si své odpovědnosti, že produkt:
Type, Modell, Artikel-Nr.:
Type, Model, Articles No.:
Type, Modèle, N° d’article:
Typ, Model, Nr artykułu:
Typ, Model, Číslo výrobku:
Venkon XL
3480*3*000; 3480*3*00D; 3480*3*0C1;
3480*3*0C1D
auf das sich diese Erklärung bezieht, mit der / den folgenden Norm(en) oder normativen
Dokumenten übereinstimmt:
to which this declaration relates is in conformity with the following standard(s) or other normative document(s):
auquel se réfère cette déclaration est conforme à la (aux) norme(s) ou autre(s) document(s) normatif(s):
do którego odnosi się niniejsza deklaracja, jest zgodny z następującymi normami lub innymi dokumentami
normatywnymi:
na který se tato deklarace vztahuje, souhlasí s následující(mi) normou/normami nebo s normativními
dokumenty:
DIN EN 1397
DIN EN 55014-1; -2
DIN EN 61000-3-2; -3-3
DIN EN 61000-6-1; -6-2; -6-3
DIN EN 60335-1; -2-40
Wasserübertrager – Wasser-Luft-Ventilatorkonvektoren –
Prüfverfahren zur Leistungsfeststellung
Elektromagnetische Verträglichkeit
Elektromagnetische Verträglichkeit
Elektromagnetische Verträglichkeit
Sicherheit elektr. Geräte f. den Hausgebrauch und
ähnliche Zwecke
Gemäß den Bestimmungen der Richtlinien:
Following the provisions of Directive:
Conformément aux dispositions de Directive:
Zgodnie z postanowieniami Dyrektywy:
Odpovídající ustanovení směrnic:
2014/30/EU
2014/35/EU
EMV-Richtlinie
Niederspannungsrichtlinie
Hendrik Kampmann
Lingen (Ems), den 01.09.2020
___________________________________
Ort und Datum der Ausstellung
Name und Unterschrift des Befugten
Place and Date of Issue
Lieu et date d’établissement
Miejsce i data wystawienia
Místo a datum vystavení
Name and Signature of authorized person
Nom et signature de la personne autorisée
Nazwisko i podpis osoby upoważnionej
Jméno a podpis oprávněné osoby
2/2
Test Kühlbetrieb
Heating Test
Test Heizbetrieb
Schallleistungspegel
(ggf. je Geschwindigkeits-einstellung)
Sound power level
(per speed setting, if applicable)
Elektrische
Gesamtleistungsaufnahme
Total electric power input
Wärmeleistung
Heating capacity
Kühlleistung
(latent)
Kühlleistung
(sensibel)
Fan
Ventilator
Prated,c
kW
Prated,c
kW
Prated,h
kW
Pelec
kW
LWA
dB (A)
1
EC
2,9
1,5
4,8
0,085
63
2
EC
6,2
1,7
10,4
0,167
67
3
EC
9,4
1,7
15,7
0,281
68
4
EC
12,9
4,0
21,3
0,353
70
Model size
Baugöße
Cooling Test
cooling capacity
(sensible)
Venkon XL
heating and cooling
Heizen und Kühlen
2-pipe unit
2-Rohrsystem
cooling capacity
(latent)
Information requirements for fan coils according to regulation (EU) No 2016/2281
Informationsanforderungen für Fan Coils gemäß Verordnung (EU) Nr. 2016/2281
Standard rating conditions for fan coil units according to regulation (EU) No 2016/2281
Norm-Prüfbedingungen für Gebläsekonvektoren gemäß Verordnung (EU) Nr. 2016/2281
27 °C (dry bulb)
Inlet water
Air
Water temperature rise
19 °C (wet bulb)
temperature
temperature
7 °C
27 °C (Trockenkugel) Wassertemperatur am
Anstieg der
Luft19 °C (Feuchtkugel) Einlass
Wassertemperatur
temperatur
Inlet water
45 °C for 2-pipe units
Water temperature
Air
20 °C (dry bulb)
temperature
65 °C for 4-pipe units
decrease
temperature
Lufttemperatur
Sound power test
Test Schallleistungspegel
Contact Details
Kontaktinformationen
20 °C (Trockenkugel)
Wassertemperatur am
Einlass
45 °C für 2-Rohrsysteme
65 °C für 4-Rohrsysteme
Sinken der
Wassertemperatur
At ambient conditions without water flow
Bei Umgebungsbedingungen ohne Wasserdurchsatz
Kampmann GmbH
Friedrich-Ebert-Straße 128-130, D-49811 Lingen (Ems), Germany
5 °C
5 °C for 2-pipe units
10 °C for 4-pipe units
5 °C für 2-Rohrsysteme
10 °C für 4-Rohrsysteme
Test Kühlbetrieb
Heating Test
Test Heizbetrieb
Schallleistungspegel
(ggf. je Geschwindigkeits-einstellung)
Sound power level
(per speed setting, if applicable)
Elektrische
Gesamtleistungsaufnahme
Total electric power input
Wärmeleistung
Heating capacity
Kühlleistung
(latent)
Kühlleistung
(sensibel)
Fan
Ventilator
Prated,c
kW
Prated,c
kW
Prated,h
kW
Pelec
kW
LWA
dB (A)
1
EC
2,9
1,5
3,5
0,085
63
2
EC
6,2
1,7
7,5
0,167
67
3
EC
9,4
1,7
12,4
0,281
68
4
EC
12,9
4,0
17,1
0,353
70
Model size
Baugöße
Cooling Test
cooling capacity
(sensible)
Venkon XL
heating and cooling
Heizen und Kühlen
4-pipe unit
4-Rohrsystem
cooling capacity
(latent)
Information requirements for fan coils according to regulation (EU) No 2016/2281
Informationsanforderungen für Fan Coils gemäß Verordnung (EU) Nr. 2016/2281
Standard rating conditions for fan coil units according to regulation (EU) No 2016/2281
Norm-Prüfbedingungen für Gebläsekonvektoren gemäß Verordnung (EU) Nr. 2016/2281
27 °C (dry bulb)
Inlet water
Air
Water temperature rise
19 °C (wet bulb)
temperature
temperature
7 °C
27
°C
(Trockenkugel)
Wassertemperatur
am
Anstieg
der
Luft19 °C (Feuchtkugel) Einlass
Wassertemperatur
temperatur
Inlet water
45 °C for 2-pipe units
Water temperature
Air
20 °C (dry bulb)
temperature
65 °C for 4-pipe units
decrease
temperature
Lufttemperatur
Sound power test
Test Schallleistungspegel
Contact Details
Kontaktinformationen
20 °C (Trockenkugel)
Wassertemperatur am
Einlass
45 °C für 2-Rohrsysteme
65 °C für 4-Rohrsysteme
Sinken der
Wassertemperatur
At ambient conditions without water flow
Bei Umgebungsbedingungen ohne Wasserdurchsatz
Kampmann GmbH
Friedrich-Ebert-Straße 128-130, D-49811 Lingen (Ems), Germany
5 °C
5 °C for 2-pipe units
10 °C for 4-pipe units
5 °C für 2-Rohrsysteme
10 °C für 4-Rohrsysteme
Venkon XL
Assembly, installation and operating instructions
Table
72
Tab. 1
Limits of operation.................................................................................................................................................. 7
Tab. 2
Operating voltage................................................................................................................................................... 7
Tab. 3
Water quality .......................................................................................................................................................... 7
Tab. 4
Minimum clearances............................................................................................................................................... 15
Tab. 5
Spacing of suspension points.................................................................................................................................. 16
Tab. 6
Air-side sheet steel accessories............................................................................................................................... 18
Tab. 7
Heat exchanger connecting dimensions ................................................................................................................. 23
Tab. 8
Assignment of wire retention clamps ..................................................................................................................... 31
Tab. 9
Technical data on the Sauermann SI30 condensate pump...................................................................................... 31
Tab. 10
Maximum electrical rating values for Venkon XL EC, electromechanical model (*00)............................................ 32
Tab. 11
Maximum electrical rating values for Venkon XL EC, KaControl (*C1) ................................................................... 32
Tab. 12
Wiring of bus lines.................................................................................................................................................. 42
Tab. 13
KaControl unit alarms............................................................................................................................................. 61
Tab. 14
KaController alarms................................................................................................................................................ 61
Tab. 15
Parameter key, SAP no. 9001293, dated 03.12.2019 ............................................................................................. 62
Land
Kontakt
Country
Kampmann UK Ltd.
Friedrich-Ebert-Str. 128 - 130
Dial House, Govett Avenue
49811 Lingen (Ems)
Germany
Contact
Kampmann GmbH & Co. KG
T +49 591/ 7108-660
Shepperton, Middlesex, TW17 8AG
Great Britain
T +44 1932/ 228592
F +49 591/ 7108-173
F +44 1932/ 228949
E [email protected]
E [email protected]
W Kampmann.eu
W Kampmann.co.uk
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