Immergas 3.031709, 3.031711 Instructions And Warnings

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Instructions and warnings
Installer
User
Maintenance technician
IE
TRIO PACK
HYBRID
4-6-9
*1.046086ENG*
*1.046086ENG*
Heat pump consisting of:
- indoor unit
UI TPH
- VICTRIX TERA 24 PLUS
condensing boiler
- outdoor condensing unit
AUDAX PRO 4 - 6 - 9 V2
2
INDEX
Dear Customer................................................................................... 4
General warnings.............................................................................. 5
Safety symbols used........................................................................... 6
1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.10
1.11
1.12
1.13
1.14
1.15
1.16
1.17
1.18
1.19
1.20
1.21
1.22
1.23
1.24
1.25
1.26
1.27
1.28
Installing the indoor unit.............................................. 7
Description of the product.................................................. 7
Installation recommendations............................................ 7
Solar Container indoor unit main dimensions................. 9
Connection template.......................................................... 10
Installation........................................................................... 11
Gas connection.................................................................... 18
Hydraulic connection......................................................... 19
Safety valve drain................................................................ 19
Electrical connections to the main panel......................... 21
Chiller line installation....................................................... 22
TRIO PACK remote panel................................................. 23
Remote panel installation operations............................... 23
Electrical connection.......................................................... 23
Zone remote control (optional)........................................ 26
MODBUS temperature and humidity room probes
(Optional)............................................................................ 26
Dominus (Optional)........................................................... 27
Room chrono-thermostats (Optional)............................. 27
Humidistat ON/OFF (Optional)....................................... 27
External temperature probe (Optional)........................... 27
Temperature control setting.............................................. 28
Antifreeze protection.......................................................... 29
System filling....................................................................... 29
Operating limits.................................................................. 30
Indoor unit start-up (ignition).......................................... 30
Circulation pump................................................................ 31
Domestic hot water Storage tank unit.............................. 36
Kits available on request..................................................... 36
Main components kit.......................................................... 37
2
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.3.1
2.3.2
2.3.3
2.3.4
2.3.5
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
Instructions for use and maintenance........................ 38
General warnings................................................................ 38
Cleaning and maintenance................................................ 39
Trio Pack Hybrid remote panel (main)............................ 39
System use............................................................................ 39
Operating mode.................................................................. 40
Settings menu...................................................................... 44
DHW (Domestic hot water) set setting........................... 48
Fault and anomaly warnings............................................. 48
Using the secondary zone Remote panel (optional)...... 54
Restore central heating system pressure.......................... 54
Draining the system............................................................ 54
Draining the domestic hot water circuit.......................... 54
Decommissioning............................................................... 54
3
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
3.10
3.11
3.12
3.13
3.14
3.15
3.16
3.17
3.18
3.19
3.20
3.21
3.22
3.23
3.24
3.25
3.26
3.27
3.28
3.29
4
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
Maintenance and initial check instructions............... 55
General warnings................................................................ 55
Initial check......................................................................... 55
Yearly equipment check and maintenance...................... 56
External unit finned air coil maintenance....................... 56
Hydraulic diagram.............................................................. 57
Wiring diagram................................................................... 58
Possible problems and their causes................................... 64
System programming......................................................... 64
Programming and use of the zone remote panel............ 71
rs-485 modbus converter configuration.......................... 71
First ignition parameter setting........................................ 72
DHW (Domestic hot water) BOOST function............... 73
Anti-Legionella function................................................... 73
heat pump circulator function.......................................... 73
Pump anti-block function.................................................. 73
3-way anti-block system..................................................... 73
System setpoint correction function................................ 73
Photovoltaic function......................................................... 73
Zone 2 safety thermostat function.................................... 73
Conjunction Mode.............................................................. 74
Heat pump disabling function.......................................... 74
Diverter valve management (summer / winter)
(optional)............................................................................. 74
External probe setting (optional)...................................... 74
Manual drives...................................................................... 74
Outdoor condensing unit test mode function................ 74
Outdoor Condensing Unit Pump Down Function........ 74
Supervision device configuration..................................... 74
Yearly maintenance............................................................. 75
Decommissioning............................................................... 75
Technical data.............................................................. 76
Technical data tables........................................................... 76
Trio Pack Hybrid 4 product fiche (in compliance
with Regulation 811/2013)................................................ 78
Trio Pack Hybrid 6 product fiche (in compliance
with Regulation 811/2013)................................................ 81
Trio Pack Hybrid 9 product fiche (in compliance
with Regulation 811/2013)................................................ 84
Parameters for filling in the package fiche....................... 87
3
Dear Customer
Congratulations for having chosen a top-quality Immergas product, able to assure well-being and safety for a long period of time. As an
Immergas customer you can also count on a Qualified Authorised After-Sales Technical Assistance Centre, prepared and updated to guarantee constant efficiency of your appliance. Read the following pages carefully: you will be able to draw useful tips on the proper use of the
device, compliance with which will confirm your satisfaction with the Immergas product.
For assistance and routine maintenance, contact Authorised Technical Service Centres: they have original spare parts and are specifically
trained directly by the manufacturer.
The company IMMERGAS S.p.A., with registered office in via Cisa Ligure 95 42041 Brescello (RE), declares that the design, manufacturing and after-sales assistance processes comply with the requirements of standard UNI EN ISO 9001:2015.
For further details on the product CE marking, request a copy of the Declaration of Conformity from the manufacturer, specifying the
appliance model and the language of the country.
The manufacturer declines all liability due to printing or transcription errors, reserving the right to make any modifications to its
technical and commercial documents without forewarning.
4
GENERAL WARNINGS
• This book contains important information for the:
• Installer (section 1);
• User (section 2);
• Maintenance Technician (section 3).
• For instructions on the AUDAX PRO V2 outdoor condensing unit and VICTRIX TERA 24 PLUS boiler, please refer to the relevant instruction manuals;
• The user must carefully read the instructions in the specific section (sec. 2).
• The user must limit operations on the appliance only to those explicitly allowed in the specific section.
• Every operation carried out on the heat pump (e.g. set up, inspection, installation and commissioning), must mandatorily be performed by authorised personnel alone and in possession of a technical engineering or professional degree qualifying them to perform these tasks. They must also have attended a refresher course acknowledged by competent authorities. This particularly applies
to personal specialised in C.H. and air-conditioning systems and qualified electricians who, due to their specialised training, skills
and experience are experts in the correct installation and maintenance of C.H., cooling and air-conditioning systems.
• The instruction booklet is an integral and essential part of the product and must be given to the new user in the case of transfer or succession of ownership.
• It must be stored with care and consulted carefully, as all of the warnings provide important safety indications for installation, use and
maintenance stages.
• In compliance with legislation in force, the systems must be designed by qualified professionals, within the dimensional limits established
by the Law. Installation and maintenance must be performed in compliance with the regulations in force, according to the manufacturer's
instructions and by professionally qualified staff, intended as staff with specific technical skills in the system sector, as envisioned by the
Law.
• Improper installation or assembly of the Immergas appliance and/or components, accessories, kits and devices can cause unexpected
problems for people, animals and objects. Read the instructions provided with the product carefully to ensure proper installation.
• This instructions manual provides technical information for installing Immergas products. As for the other issues related to the installation of products (e.g. safety at the workplace, environmental protection, accident prevention), it is necessary to comply with the provisions
of the standards in force and the principles of good practice.
• All Immergas products are protected with suitable transport packaging.
• The material must be stored in a dry place protected from the weather.
• Damaged products must not be installed.
• The appliance must only be destined for the use for which it has been expressly declared. Any other use will be considered improper and
therefore potentially dangerous.
• If errors occur during installation, operation and maintenance, due to non-compliance with technical laws in force, standards or instructions contained in this booklet (or however supplied by the manufacturer), the manufacturer is excluded from any contractual and extra-contractual liability for any damage and the appliance warranty is invalidated.
• Maintenance must be carried out by skilled technical staff. For example, the Authorised Service Centre that represents a guarantee of
qualifications and professionalism.
• In the event of malfunctions, faults or incorrect operation, turn the appliance off and contact an authorised company (e.g. the Authorised
Technical Assistance Centre, which has specifically trained staff and original spare parts). Do not attempt to modify or repair the appliance alone.
5
SAFETY SYMBOLS USED
GENERIC HAZARD
Strictly follow all of the indications next to the pictogram. Failure to follow the indications can generate hazard situations
resulting in possible serious harm to the health of the operator and user in general, and/or serious material damage.
ELECTRICAL HAZARD
Strictly follow all of the indications next to the pictogram. The symbol indicates the appliance’s electrical components
or, in this manual, identifies actions that can cause an electrical hazard.
WARNING FOR INSTALLER
Read the instruction booklet carefully before installing the product.
LOW FLAMMABILITY MATERIAL
The symbol indicates that the appliance contains low flammability material.
WARNINGS
Strictly follow all of the indications next to the pictogram. Failure to follow the indications can generate hazard situations
resulting in possible minor injuries to the health of the operator and user in general, and/or minor material damage.
ATTENTION
Read and understand the appliance’s instructions before performing any operation, carefully following the indications
provided. Failure to follow the indications can generate appliance malfunctions.
INFORMATION
Indicates useful tips or additional information.
EARTH TERMINAL CONNECTION
The symbol identifies the appliance’s earth terminal connection point.
DISPOSAL WARNING
The user must not dispose of the appliance at the end of its service life as municipal waste, but send it to appropriate
collection centres.
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
SAFETY GLOVES
SAFETY GOGGLES
SAFETY FOOTWEAR
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1.2
INSTALLATION RECOMMENDATIONS.
Operators who install and service
the appliance must wear the personal
protective equipment required by applicable law.
The place of installation of the appliance and relative
Immergas accessories must have suitable features
(technical and structural), such as to allow for (always
in safe, efficient and comfortable conditions):
- installation (according to the provisions of technical legislation and technical regulations);
- maintenance operations (including scheduled, periodic,
routine and special maintenance);
- removal (outdoors in the place for loading and transporting
the appliances and components) as well as their eventual
replacement with appliances and/or equivalent components.
Installation must be carried out according to regulation
standards, current legislation and in compliance with
local technical regulations and the required technical
procedures.
INSTALLER
Trio Pack Hybrid 4-6-9 is a hybrid heat pump consisting of:
- UI TPH indoor unit (hereinafter called, indoor unit or UI TPH).
- VICTRIX TERA 24 PLUS condensing boiler (hereinafter referred
to as boiler).
- Audax Pro 4-6-9 V2 outdoor condensing unit (hereinafter referred to as outdoor condensing unit or Audax Pro 4-6-9 V2).
Trio Pack Hybrid 4-6-9 is perfectly operational only if the two
units are correctly powered and interconnected.
The UI TPH indoor unit was designed solely for floor installation
for heating and air conditioning and to produce domestic hot
water for domestic use and similar purposes.
For normal operation is must be paired with one of the following
outdoor condensing units:
- Audax Pro 4 V2 outdoor condensing unit;
- Audax Pro 6 V2 outdoor condensing unit;
- Audax Pro 9 V2 outdoor condensing unit;
Accordingly, it is necessary to comply with all of the rules regarding safety and the use of both appliances.
R32 refrigerant gas belongs to the low
flammability refrigerant category: class
A2L according to standard ISO 817. It
guarantees high performance with low
environmental impact. The new gas reduces
the potential environmental impact by one
third compared to R410A, having less effect
on global warning (GWP 675).
USER
DESCRIPTION OF THE PRODUCT.
The manufacturer declines all liability in the event of
damage caused by appliances removed from other systems or for any non-conformities with such equipment.
Only professionally qualified companies are authorised
to install Immergas appliances.
Check the environmental operating conditions of all
parts relevant to installation, referring to this booklet.
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
1.1
The appliance operates with R32 refrigerant gas.
This gas is ODOURLESS.
Pay the utmost attention
Strictly follow the instruction handbook of the
outdoor condensing unit before installation
and any type of operation on the cooling line.
If installing a kit or servicing the appliance, always empty the system’s domestic hot water circuit first so as not
to compromise the appliance’s electrical safety (Par. 2.7).
Always disconnect the appliance from voltage and, depending
on the type of operation, decrease the pressure and/or bring it
to zero in the gas and DHW circuits.
Before installing the appliance, ensure it has been
delivered in perfect condition; if in doubt, contact the
supplier immediately.
Packing materials (staples, nails, plastic bags, polystyrene foam,
etc.) constitute a hazard and must be kept out of the reach of
children.
Keep all flammable objects away from the appliance
(paper, rags, plastic, polystyrene, etc.).
TECHNICAL DATA
1
INSTALLING THE INDOOR UNIT
Any modification to the appliance that is not explicitly
indicated in this section of the booklet is forbidden.
7
Installation Standards.
INSTALLER
This indoor unit, if installed in an external wall, requires
the use of the special “Solar Container” to be fixed with
the support brackets supplied together with the package
itself. In combination with the "Solar Container" it was not designed to be installed on plinths or floors. It was not designed
to be installed without the special recessed frame.
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
USER
The installation of the “Solar Container” in the wall must ensure a stable and
efficient support of the UI TPE. The UI
TPE ensures appropriate support only if installed correctly (according to the rules of good
practice), following the instructions on its instructions leaflet. The “Solar Container” for UI
TPE is not a supporting structure and cannot
replace the piece of wall removed. It is therefore necessary to check its correct positioning
inside the wall. For safety reasons against any
leaks it is necessary to plaster the pack housing
in the brick wall. This pack is used to heat water
to below boiling temperature in atmospheric
pressure. It must be connected to a central
heating system and domestic hot water circuit
suited to its performance and capacity.
If it is planned to be installed with the use of the special
“Domus Container”, the indoor unit must be installed
in an environment in which the temperature cannot
fall below 0°C.
Do not expose the indoor unit to atmospheric agents.
Do not install in places/rooms that
constitute public areas of apartment
buildings, internal stairways or other
escape routes (e.g. floor landings, entrance
halls, etc.).
TECHNICAL DATA
To prevent electrocution, fire or injury,
always switch off the unit, disable the
protective switch and, if smoke escapes
or if the unit is extremely noisy, contact an
Authorised After-Sales Technical Assistance
Centre.
Do not install in places where there is
the risk of combustible gas escaping.
Do not install near sources of heat.
8
Pay attention not to generate sparks as
follows:
- Do not remove the fuses while the
unit is on.
- Do not unplug the unit while it is on.
It is recommended to install the outlet high
up. Lay the cables in such a way that they do
not get tangled.
This indoor unit is used to heat water to below boiling
temperature in atmospheric pressure.
They must be connected to a central heating system and
domestic hot water circuit suited to their performance
and capacity.
The appliance is built to also operate in
cooling mode.
If cold water production, during summer, could interfere and damage the central
heating only systems, necessary precautions
must be taken to prevent that an unintentional
production of cold water enters the heating
only system.
Failure to comply with the above implies personal responsibility and invalidates the warranty.
“Anti-legionella” thermal treatment of the accumulation storage tank unit.
The anti-legionella function is programmed directly
on the panel.
During this phase, the temperature of the water inside the tank
exceeds 60°C with the subsequent risk of burns.
Keep this domestic hot water treatment under control (and inform
the users) to prevent unforeseeable damage to people, animals,
things.
If required install a thermostatic valve on the domestic hot water
outlet to prevent scalding.
INSTALLER
1.3 SOLAR CONTAINER INDOOR UNIT MAIN DIMENSIONS.
Thermal solar systems
circuit connecting
bracket
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
USER
Connection
inertial storage tank
Coolant connection
inlet (LP2 - GP2)
TECHNICAL DATA
Inertial storage tank
connection
Height (mm) Width (mm) Depth (mm)
2200
950
350
1
9
1.4
CONNECTION TEMPLATE.
Attention: the indicated values refer to the stickers applied inside the recessed frame.
HEAT PUMP CONNECTION - INERTIAL STORAGE TANK VICTRIX HYBRID OUTDOOR UNIT
(For details of values see Fig. 1)
INSTALLER
REAR CONNECTION
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
USER
FLOW AND RETURN FOR
INERTIAL STORAGE TANK
RIGHT HAND SIDE CONNECTION
LOWER CONNECTION
Key:
G
AC
AF
MHT
RHT
RHT2
GP
GP2
MZ1
MZ2
RZ1
RZ2
RC
SC
V
VCR
Gas supply
Domestic hot water outlet
DHW (Domestic hot water) water inlet
Flow from heat pump
Return to heat pump
Return to heat pump
(Victrix Hybrid Plus)
MHT2 - Flow from heat pump
(Victrix Hybrid Plus)
LP
- Chiller line - liquid phase
LP2 - Chiller line - liquid phase (Trio Pack)
TECHNICAL DATA
-
VS
-
Chiller line - gaseous phase
Chiller line - gaseous phase (Trio Pack)
Zone 1 system flow
Zone 2 system flow
Zone 1 system return
Zone 2 system return
DHW (Domestic hot water) recirculation
Condensate drain
Electrical connection
Main
remote panel electrical connection
- 3 bar discharge valve
Height (Solar/Domus)
(mm)
Width (Solar/Domus)
(mm)
Depth (Solar/Domus)
(mm)
2200/2110
950/975
350/365
CONNECTIONS
CHILLER
LINE
10
WATER
DOMESTIC CW
RECIRCULATION
SYSTEM
LP
GP
AC - AF
RC
RP - MP
RZ1 - MZ1
RZ2 - MZ2
SAE 1/4”
SAE 5/8”
G 1/2"
G 3/4"
G 3/4"
G 3/4"
G 3/4"
2
INSTALLATION.
Installation drawings key:
Q.ty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Storage tank unit
Management electronics unit
Mount brackets for Solar Container
Mount brackets for Domus Container
Electronics unit mount bracket with hinges
1-zone hydronic group (or 2 zones optional)
Accessories and screws
Remote panel
Victrix Tera 24 Plus Boiler
a
Unmistakeable component identification
1 Sequential identification of the operation to perform
A
INSTALLER
Description
Identification of generic or not supplied component
e
b2
b1
b1
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Ref.
a
b
b1
b2
b3
c
d
d1
e
USER
Indoor unit composition.
b2
d
b
b3
a
c
TECHNICAL DATA
1.5
d1
3
11
INSTALLER
Installation operations.
Before installing the pack, open the “Solar Container” completely
by opening door (A) and blocking it to prevent it from getting in
the way during the following installation procedures.
Also remove the cover (B) and the side cover (C).
2
4
B
USER
3
1
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
A
3
C
TECHNICAL DATA
4
12
• Insert the storage tank unit (a) into the Solar Container with the
flange positioned on the right hand side and at the bottom, as
shown in Fig. 6.
INSTALLER
• Insert and block the storage tank unit retaining strip (d2) on the
screws fitted on the Solar Container.
5
USER
5
d2
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
6
TECHNICAL DATA
a
7
6
13
• Fix bracket (b3) to bracket (b1) with screws (d3) (Fig. 7).
• Tighten the brackets (b1) to the Solar Container using screws
(d4) and washers (d5) as shown in Fig. 7.
• Bend the strip (d2) around the storage tank unit (a) and fasten
it with the screw (D) (Fig. 8).
INSTALLER
7
9
b1
b1
d4
d4
d3
b1
9
8
b3
d5
USER
9
b3
d3
d3
9
9
d4
d4
d4
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
d5
9
8
d2
TECHNICAL DATA
11
a
14
10
D
INSTALLER
N.B.: in the event that the installer
thinks it is necessary, it is possible to
secure the position of the hydronic unit
even further by using self-tapping screws (d7),
inserting them into the holes on the lower part
of the hydronic unit.
ATTENTION.
The fixing screws (d6 and d7) are present in the connection kit of the device
to be combined with the Trio Pack Hybrid.
USER
• Hang the hydronic unit (c) on the central bracket of the Solar
Container. Secure the position of the hydronic unit by fastening
the screws (d6) on the central bracket (Fig. 9).
12
13
13
c
14
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
d6
14
d7
d7
TECHNICAL DATA
9
15
Boiler installation operations.
• Tighten the bracket (E) to the special upper cross member with
screws (F).
• Hang the boiler (e) on the bracket (E) installed previously,
(Fig. 10).
INSTALLER
10
E
15
F
15
F
e
16
USER
e
TECHNICAL DATA
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
16
16
N.B.: for easy electrical connection, move the power supply cable
of the boiler from the rear fairlead on the valve supporting plate
to the front fairlead of the same.
11
d8
USER
AC
e
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
MU
MU
a
RU
c
TECHNICAL DATA
d9
INSTALLER
• Make the hydraulic connection between the storage tank unit
(a), hydronic unit (c) and boiler (e), as shown in Fig. 11.
Perform the connections in sequence, starting from the pipes
near the rear wall up to those near the installer, remembering
to insert the special gaskets supplied.
Install the probe (d8) using the special fairlead (d9).
17
GAS CONNECTION.
Perform the boiler gas connection (e, Fig. 11) using the special
pipe, cock and reducing coupling supplied and referring to the
connection template on the Solar Container or Domus Container (not supplied) and to the boiler operation and maintenance
manual.
12
e
TECHNICAL DATA
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
USER
INSTALLER
1.6
18
1.8
SAFETY VALVE DRAIN.
Perform the hydraulic connection of the Trio Pack Hybrid, referring to the relative instruction sheet and to the connection
template on the Solar Container.
8 bar domestic hot water safety valve.
Screw the fitting (d10) onto the safety valve. Screw the funnel
(d11) onto the fitting (d10) and convey the outlet to the drains.
ATTENTION.
Before making the connections, carefully clean the heating system (pipes,
radiators, etc.) with special pickling or de-scaling products to remove any deposits that could
compromise correct operation of the boiler,
hydraulic unit and storage tank unit.
Hydronic group 3 bar safety valve.
Tighten the rubber fitting (d12) to the safety valve of the hydronic
group. Connect the silicone pipe (d13) to the fitting (d11) and,
after having cut it to size, insert it into the funnel (d11) as shown
in Fig. 14.
N.B.: remove all the protection caps on
the flow and return pipes of the hydronic unit, before making the hydraulic
connections.
The connections can be made directly using
the female couplings on the hydronic unit or
by inserting system cut-off cocks (optional).
These cocks are particularly useful for maintenance as they allow you to drain the hydronic
unit separately without having to empty the
entire system.
A treatment of the heating and water system water is required,
in compliance with the technical standards in force, in order to
protect the system and the appliance from deposits (e.g. scale),
slurry or other hazardous deposits.
The appliance safety valves outlet must be connected to
a draining funnel.
Otherwise, the appliance’s manufacturer declines any
responsibility in case of flooding if the drain valves cut.
d19
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Water connections must be made in a rational way using the
couplings on the indoor unit template.
ATTENTION.
To preserve the duration of appliance
efficiency features, we recommend
installation of a suitable device for water
treatment in presence of water whose characteristics can lead to the deposit of lime scale.
d18
13
d20
TECHNICAL DATA
ATTENTION.
To preserve the correct operation of the
manifold inside the hydraulic circuit, it
is necessary to install an inspectable Y-filter,
present in the accessory boxes, on the return
of the zones.
INSTALLER
HYDRAULIC CONNECTION.
USER
1.7
d21
d19
14
19
INSTALLER
The manufacturer declines all liability in the event
of damage caused by the installation of an automatic
filling system.
In order to meet the system requirements established by EN 1717 in
terms of pollution of drinking water, we recommend installing the
IMMERGAS anti-backflow kit to be used upstream of the cold water
inlet connection of the indoor unit. We also recommend using category 2 heat transfer fluid (ex: water + glycol) in the primary circuit
(heating and/or cooling circuit), as defined in standard EN 1717.
To preserve the duration of appliance efficiency features, in the presence of water whose features can
lead to the deposit of lime scale, installation of the
“polyphosphate dispenser” kit is recommended (valid
only for Domus Container).
• Fit the electrical panel (b) on the bracket (b3) as shown in Fig. 14.
Once completed the installation, fix everything with the screws
(d14).
15
b
19
20
USER
b3
19
20
20
20
20
d22
d22
TECHNICAL DATA
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
d22
20
16
The connection cables must follow the predetermined path using the special cable glands (a)
(Fig. 16).
10
a
2
3
4
6
5
a
7
8
9
USER
1
The electrical connections available are:
- Zone 2 flow probe.
- Zone 1 humidistat and thermostat.
- Zone 2 humidistat and thermostat.
- Zone 2 pump.
- Zone 2 Mixing Valve.
- Photovoltaic contact.
- Multifunction relay 1.
- Multifunction relay 2.
- Zone 1, 2 remote devices (Zone remote panel, Temperature/humidity probe, Dominus).
- Heat pump disabling contact.
Make the various electrical connections according to
your needs.
Outdoor unit electrical connection.
The indoor unit must be coupled to an outdoor condensing unit by connecting terminals F1 and F2 as
shown in the wiring diagram (Fig. 20). The outdoor
unit is powered at 230 V, regardless of the indoor unit.
Configure the “HP Model” parameter as indicated in
paragraph (Par. 3.9) depending on the type of connected outdoor condensing unit.
Boiler electrical connection.
The unit must be combined with the boiler via the
connections 41-44.
The boiler is powered at 230 V, for the correct connection refer to the wiring diagram (Fig. 47).
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MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
a
Key (Fig. 16):
1 - DHW probe connection (B2)
(36-37, see the boiler wiring diagram)
2 - 3-way valve connection (M50)
3 - Heat pump flow probe connection
(B1-HP)
4 - System pump connection (M1)
5 - System probe connection (B1)
6 - Flow meter connection (B25)
7 - Liquid phase detection probe connection (B29)
8 - Heat pump return probe connection (B5 HP)
9 - Direct zone pump connection (M10-1)
10 - OT Communication with boiler
(41-44, see the boiler wiring diagram)
a - Cable gland
INSTALLER
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TO THE
MAIN PANEL.
TECHNICAL DATA
1.9
1.10 CHILLER LINE INSTALLATION.
INSTALLER
Connect the chiller line of the outdoor unit as shown in Fig. 16.
Connect the smaller pipe on the fitting (1) and the larger pipe on
the fitting (2).
Using a torque wrench, tighten the nuts (1 and 2) to the tightening
torque indicated on the outdoor unit manual.
As far as connecting the chiller line is concerned, all the instructions contained in the outdoor condensing unit instructions
booklet must be followed.
Make the connections directly on the indoor unit couplings (Fig.
16).
It is suggested to apply thermal insulation over the entire
length of the pipes and connection fittings to reduce
the formation of condensate during summer operation.
USER
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TECHNICAL DATA
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
1
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1.11 TRIO PACK REMOTE PANEL.
N.B: for correct installation, prepare
a dedicated line to connect the remote
control according to the Standards in
force regarding electrical systems. If this is not
possible, interference due to other electric cables could cause malfunctioning of the remote
control itself.
1.13 ELECTRICAL CONNECTION.
The Trio Pack Hybrid device has protection rating IPX5D. Electrical safety of the appliance is reached only when it is correctly
connected to an efficient earthing system as specified by current
safety standards.
ATTENTION.
The manufacturer declines any responsibility for damage or physical injury
caused by failure to connect the Trio Pack
Hybrid device to an efficient earthing system or
failure to comply with the reference standards.
Also ensure that the electrical system corresponds to maximum absorbed power specifications as shown on the
Trio Pack Hybrid data nameplate.
The pack is supplied complete with an “X” type power supply
cable without plug.
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
1) Separate the fixing template from the body of the remote panel
using a screwdriver as a lever in the relative recess (Fig. 19).
Install the remote panel away from heat sources and in a suitable
position to detect the room temperature correctly.
2) Install the remote panel using the openings on its rear part
directly onto the wall or on a recess box using the relative
supplied screws.
3) Connect the remote panel to the electronic management
clamps, as indicated in the diagram (Fig. 20).
The connection is made using wires with a minimum section
of 0.50 mm2 and maximum section of 1.5 mm2 and with a
maximum length of 50 metres.
4) Fix the body of the remote control to the mount template,
engaging it with pressure.
5) After the pack has been powered, wait about 30 seconds before
regulation so that communication between remote panel and
the pack has established.
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TECHNICAL DATA
1.12 REMOTE PANEL INSTALLATION
OPERATIONS.
USER
INSTALLER
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23
INSTALLER
The power supply cable must be connected to a 230V ±10% / 50Hz mains
supply respecting L-N polarity and earth
connection; this network must also have
a multi-pole circuit breaker with class
III overvoltage category in compliance
with installation regulations.
If the power supply cable is damaged,
it must be replaced by a special cable or
assembly, which are only available from
the manufacturer or its Authorised After-Sales
Technical Assistance Centre.
It is recommended to contact a qualified company (e.g. the Authorised After-Sales Technical
Assistance Centre) for replacement to avoid a
hazard.
If the fuses on the circuit boards need to be replaced, this must
also be done by qualified personnel.
The device is equipped with two fuses: one 230 V fast 3.15A fuse
and one 315 mA fuse.
For the main power supply to the appliance, never use adapters,
multiple sockets or extension leads.
TECHNICAL DATA
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
USER
To protect from possible dispersions of
DC voltage, it is necessary to provide a
type A differential safety device.
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• Wiring connection. Connect the wiring as described in Par. 1.9.
• Pack electrical connection. The power cable must be connected
to a 230V ±10% / 50Hz mains, respecting L-N polarity and the
earthing connection
; this network must have a multi-pole
circuit breaker with Class III overvoltage category. When replacing the power supply cable, contact a qualified company (e.g. the
Immergas Authorised After-Sales Technical Assistance Service).
For the main power supply to the appliance, never use adapters,
multiple sockets or extension leads.
• Remote panel electrical connection. The pack only operates if
connected to the standard supplied remote panel. This must be
connected as shown in Fig. 20.
IMPORTANT.
It is compulsory to set up separate lines
with different power supply voltages,
particularly it is essential to separate the very
low voltage connections from the 230 V ones.
TECHNICAL DATA
S39 - Photovoltaic inlet (Optional)
S43 - Heat pump disabling selector (Optional)
X40-1 Zone 1 room thermostat jumper
Key:
A23 - Outdoor unit
A17-1/2 - Zone 1 or 2 humidity sensor
(Optional)
A26 - Trio Pack remote panel
A30 - Dominus (Optional)
A32-1/2 - Zone 1 or zone 2 remote panel
(Optional)
E8
- Antifreeze thermostat
E10 - Anti-freeze resistance
(heating cable)
K70-A, B -Multifunction relay (Optional)
M1-HP- Heat pump circulator
OT-A18 - Connector Modbus interface P.C.B.
S1
- Main switch
S20-1 - Zone 1 room thermostat
(Optional)
S20-2 - Zone 2 room thermostat
(Optional)
S36-1 - Zone 1 humidistat
(Optional)
S36-2 - Zone 2 humidistat
(Optional)
- PWM M1-HP connector
- Boiler
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MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Remove jumper X40-1 before the electrical connection of the
room thermostat zone 1
1
2
1
USER
INSTALLER
Colour code key:
BK
- Black
BL
- Blue
BR
- Brown
G/Y - Green-Yellow
GY
- Grey
R
- Red
2
Connections diagram.
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INSTALLER
1.14 ZONE REMOTE CONTROL (OPTIONAL).
This remote device is used to adjust the setpoints and to view the
main information of the zone where it was configured.
Connect the appliance as shown (Fig. 20).
To correctly configure the device, set the parameters as described
below:
Slave address: Address to configure according to the
zone where the device is installed
DIP 1-5
ON
1
Assistance Menu -> Device configuration
2
3
Zone 2 = 42
Baud Rate
9600
Parity bit
Even
Stop bits
1
4
5
6
7
DIP 8
8
ON
NO
1.15 MODBUS TEMPERATURE AND
HUMIDITY ROOM PROBES
(OPTIONAL).
DIP 1-5
(Address)
The Modbus temperature and humidity probe is used to detect the
room temperature and humidity and to calculate the dew point.
In addition, by setting the relative zone room setpoints available
on the Control panel (see Par. 2.4.3), it is possible to check the
temperature and humidity of a room.
Connect the appliance as shown (Fig. 20).
1
2
3
4
5
Zone 1
(Address
131)
ON
1
2
3
4
5
Zone 2
(Address
132)
ON
DIP 6-7
(Type)
Modbus 1
-8-E-1
6
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
DIP 6-7
Zone 1 = 41
Heat pump control
USER
DIP-Switch configuration table.
7
ON
DIP 8
(Speed)
9600 bit/s
TECHNICAL DATA
8
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The Dominus firmware must be updated to at least
revision 2.02.
For further information, consult the relative instruction sheet.
1.17 ROOM CHRONO-THERMOSTATS
(OPTIONAL).
The indoor unit is prepared for the application of room
chrono-thermostats, which are available as optional kits (Fig. 20).
A maximum of 2 temperature controllers can be applied directly
to the appliance.
All Immergas chrono-thermostats are connected with 2 wires only.
Carefully read the user and assembly instructions contained in
the accessory kit.
Disconnect power to the appliance before any electrical connection.
On/Off Immergas digital chrono-thermostat.
The chrono-thermostat allows:
- set two room temperature values: one for day (comfort temperature) and one for night (reduced temperature);
- set a weekly programme with four daily switch on and switch
off times;
- select the required operating mode from the various possible
alternatives:
- manual mode (with adjustable temperature);
- automatic mode (with set programme);
- forced automatic mode (momentarily changing the temperature
of the automatic programme).
The chrono-thermostat is powered by two 1.5V LR 6 type alkaline
batteries.
1.18 HUMIDISTAT ON/OFF (OPTIONAL).
INSTALLER
If any On/Off chrono-thermostat is used, arrange two
separate lines in compliance with current regulations
regarding electrical systems.
No indoor unit pipes must ever be used to earth the
electric system or telephone lines.
Ensure elimination of this risk before making the indoor unit
electrical connections.
You can make a dehumidification demand by using a humidistat.
Connect the appliance as shown (Fig. 20).
1.19 EXTERNAL TEMPERATURE PROBE
(OPTIONAL).
The outdoor condensing unit has a standard external probe that
can be used as an external probe of the heat pump.
The external probe is used to:
- Thermoregulate the water flow temperature;
- Determine the use of additional generators.
If the outdoor condensing unit is positioned in an area that is not
suitable for temperature reading, it is advisable to use an additional
external probe (Fig. 21), which is available as an optional kit.
Refer to the relative instruction sheet for positioning of the external probe.
For the correct operation of the optional probe, it is necessary to
install the Expansion Kit (optional) and then enable it (Par. 3.27).
The presence of the external probe allows the system flow temperature to be set automatically based on the outdoor temperature
in order to adapt the heating or cooling provided to the system.
The system flow temperature is determined by the setting on the
“Zone” menu and by the “User” menu for the offset values based
on the curves shown in the diagram (Par. 1.20).
If the system is divided into two zones, the flow temperature is calculated based on the zone with the higher
temperature in central heating mode and with the lower
temperature in cooling mode.
In case of failure, after having powered off and back on, the outdoor temperature is automatically detected by the external probe
on the outdoor condensing unit.
USER
The system can be remote controlled using the optional Dominus
kit.
Connect the appliance as shown (Fig. 20).
The following is necessary to enable Dominus:
- position the Dip Switches: OFF-OFF-OFF-ON;
- set the System supervision parameter on the control panel =
Domin;
- configure the Dominus APP profile on Trio.
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
1.16 DOMINUS (OPTIONAL).
On/Off chrono-thermostat electrical connection (Optional).
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On/Off ambient thermostat or Chrono-thermostat: must be connected to the 40-1 / 41 terminals, eliminating the X40-1 jumper
for zone 1 and 40-2 / 41 for zone 2.
Make sure that the On/Off thermostat contact is “dry”, i.e. independent of the mains voltage, otherwise the P.C.B. would be
damaged.
The connections must be made on the terminal board inside the
control panel or the appliance’s main panel (Fig. 20).
TECHNICAL DATA
The operations described below must
be performed after having removed the
voltage from the appliance.
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1.20 TEMPERATURE CONTROL SETTING.
This can be done by enabling the external probe modulation in
the menu
By setting the parameters in the menus
Zones/Enablings.
INSTALLER
Zones/Configuration
it is possible to automatically adjust the flow temperature of each
zone according to the outdoor temperature.
The curves (Fig. 22, 23, 24 and 25) show the default settings in
the various operating modes available both with external probe
and without.
Zone flow temperature in central heating mode
and enabled external probe modulation
Zone flow temperature in central heating mode
and absent external probe modulation
USER
A
F
E
B
C
D
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MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Zone flow temperature in cooling mode
and enabled external probe modulation
Zone flow temperature in cooling mode
and absent external probe modulation
G
A
B
H
C
D
TECHNICAL DATA
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Key (Fig. 22, 23, 24 and 25)
A - Maximum flow set
B - Minimum flow set
C - External minimum temperature
D - External maximum temperature
E - Central heating flow temp offset
F - Central heating / C.H. flow set
G - Cooling flow temperature offset
H - Cooling flow set
TE - Outside temperature
TM - Flow temperature
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24
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1.22 SYSTEM FILLING.
Assembly instructions.
- Wind the heating cable (d15) around the connection pipes and
safety valve.
Attention: the graphic representation of the heating cable is
purely indicative.
Once the indoor unit is connected, fill the system using the filling
cock (Fig. 36 pos. 13).
The indoor unit has one incorporated automatic vent valve located
on the manifold and one manual vent valve located on the filling
pipe (Fig. 36, pos. 14).
It is recommended to open the manual vent valve during the filling
phases to completely eliminate the air from the system.
Minimum temperature -5°C. The pack comes standard with an
antifreeze function that activates the electric resistance when the
temperature in the Solar Container falls below 4°C.
The antifreeze function is only guaranteed if:
- the pack is connected properly to the electrical circuit and is
constantly powered;
- the essential components are not faulty.
In these conditions the pack is protected against freezing up to an
ambient temperature of -5°C.
Minimum temperature -15°C. If the pack is installed in a place
where the temperature drops below -5°C, the appliance may freeze.
To prevent the risk of freezing, there is an accessory kit that can
be supplied on request (antifreeze kit); follow the instructions in
the boiler instruction book and the relative instruction sheet of
the antifreeze kit (optional).
Make sure that the hoods are loosened.
The filling cock must be closed when the indoor unit pressure
gauge indicates approximately 1.2 bar.
During these operations, enable the manual “De-aeration” functions, which lasts about 9 hours (Par. 3.12).
System minimum water content.
The appliance has an hydraulic manifold acting as the inertial
storage tank of primary water sufficient for the good operation
of the system.
This is why it is not necessary to add any kind of inertial
storage tank to the system.
TECHNICAL DATA
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
The warranty does not cover damage due to interruption of the
electrical power supply and failure to comply with what is stated
in the relative instructions.
USER
Recommendations for the technician.
The antifreeze kit was inspected and tested in the factory; therefore, it does not require testing or inspection upon installation.
Once the antifreeze kit has been installed, it is always connected
and operational.
INSTALLER
1.21 ANTIFREEZE PROTECTION.
d23
26
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1.24 INDOOR UNIT START-UP (IGNITION).
The appliance was designed to work in a specific range of outdoor
temperatures and at a specific maximum flow temperature. The
chart (Fig. 27, 28 and 29) shows these limits.
After having installed the chiller lines on the outdoor condensing
unit, to commission the heat pump (the operations listed below
must only be performed by qualified personnel and in the presence of staff only):
1) Check connection to a 230V-50Hz power mains, correct L-N
polarity and the earthing connection;
2) Switch the indoor unit on and check correct ignition;
3) Check the intervention of the main switch located upstream
from the indoor unit and in the indoor unit.
4) Set the first ignition parameters (Par. 3.11).
INSTALLER
1.23 OPERATING LIMITS.
Heat pump operating limits
in cooling mode
The system must not be started up if even only one of
the checks should be negative.
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Key (Fig. 27):
TE = Outside temperature
TM= Flow temperature
After installation, check for leaks. Toxic
gas could be generated if the unit comes
into contact with a source of ignition,
such as thermal fan, stove and cylinders. Make
sure that only refrigerant recovery cylinders
are used.
USER
Heat pump operating limits
in CH mode
A
Apply the product data nameplate contained inside
the warranty envelope, in an accessible and visible
position.
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
B
28
Key (Fig. 28):
TE = Outside temperature
TM= Flow temperature
A = With integration boiler
B = Without boiler enabled
DHW mode operating limits
TB (°C)
TECHNICAL DATA
60
55
A
35
B
10
0
-25
-5 0
10
Key (Fig. 29):
TE = Outside temperature
TB = Storage tank unit temperature
A = With integration boiler
B = Without boiler enabled
30
35
46
TE (°C)
60
29
The LED lights up steady green when the pump is
powered and the signal cable disconnected. In these
conditions the pump works at maximum speed and
without control.
- Zone 1 circulator
The pump is ideal for the requirements of each central heating
system in a domestic and residential environment.
In fact, the pump is equipped with electronic control that allows
to set advanced functions.
Adjustment
Press the button on the front to adjust the pump.
By rotation, it is possible to select the following pump control
mode:
- Fixed speed I, II, III.
- Proportional head I, II, III.
- Constant head I, II, III.
Fixed speed
Adjusts the pump speed in fixed mode.
It is possible to set 3 different speeds:
- I: Minimum Speed.
- II: Intermediate speed.
- III: Maximum speed.
INSTALLER
- Heat pump circulator
The appliance is supplied with a variable speed pump that adjusts
the speed to ensure the best possible performance.
Pump LED.
The LED flashes green when the pump is powered and the control
signal is connected.
USER
The appliance is supplied with two circulators: the heat pump
circulator, which deals with the heat exchange with outdoor condensing unit, and the zone pump 1 , which deals with the power
supply to the system.
Other functions:
- The vent function of the pump is activated by pressing and
holding (3 seconds) the control key and automatically venting
the pump.
This function does not act on the central heating / C.H. system.
The pump venting function starts and lasts 10 minutes.
The two sets of upper and lower LEDs flash alternately every 1
second.
To interrupt, press the control key for 3 seconds.
- The manual restart is activated by pressing and holding (5 seconds) the control key and releases the pump when needed (e.g.
after prolonged inactivity periods during the summer period).
- The keyboard block is activated by pressing and holding (8
seconds) the control key and block the pump settings. The
keyboard block protects against unintentional or unauthorised
pump changes.
Activate the keyboard block by pressing the control key for 8
seconds, until the selected setting LEDs flash briefly and then
release.
The LEDs flash continuously 1 second apart.
If the keyboard block is active, the pump settings can no longer
be modified.
The deactivation of the keyboard block takes place in a similar
manner to the activation.
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
1.25 CIRCULATION PUMP.
Factory set speed = Fixed speed III.
TECHNICAL DATA
Proportional head (ΔP-V)
This allows the pressure level (head) to be proportionally reduced
as the system heat demand decreases (flow rate reduction).
Thanks to this function, the electric power consumption of the
circulator pump is reduced further: the energy (power) used by
the pump decreases according to the pressure level and flow rate.
With this setting, the pump guarantees optimal performance
in most heating systems, thereby being particularly suitable in
single-pipe and two-pipe installations.
Any noise originating from the water flow in the pipes, valves
and radiators is eliminated by reducing the head.
Optimal conditions for thermal comfort and acoustic well-being.
Constant head (ΔP-C)
The circulator pump maintains the pressure level (head) constant
as the system heat demand decreases (flow rate reduction).
With these settings, the circulator pump is suitable for all floor
systems where all the circuits must be balanced for the same
drop in head.
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Troubleshooting.
INSTALLER
Faults
Causes
Pump not working with
power supply on.
The pump generates noise.
Solutions
Faulty electrical fuse
Check the fuses
The pump is without voltage
Eliminate the power supply cut-off
Cavitation due to insufficient flow Increase the system pressure within the allowed field
pressure
Check the head setting and eventually set a lower head
The building does not heat Heat output of the radiant panels too Increase the delivery value
up.
low
Set the adjustment mode to ΔP-c instead of ΔP-v
Diagnostics in real time
- The anomaly LED indicates a fault.
- The pump stops (depending on the fault), and performs cyclical
attempts to restart.
LED
USER
It lights up red
Causes
Block
Rotor seized
Contact/winding
Faulty winding
Under/Overvoltage
It flashes with red
light
Excessive module temperature
Short-circuit
It flashes with
red/green light
The hydraulic system of the pumps is fed
but the pump has no mains voltage
Dry operation
Air in the pump
Activate the manual restart or
contact the Authorised Technical Service Centre
Check the mains voltage, the
The motor runs with difficulty. The pump water pressure/flow rate as well
complies with the specifications (e.g. high as the environmental conditions
module temperature). The number of revolutions is lower than normal operation
Manual restart
When a blockage is detected, the pump tries to automatically
restart.
If the pump does not automatically restart:
- Activate the manual restart by pressing the control key for 5
seconds, then release.
- The restart function starts and last max. 10 minutes.
- The LEDs flash one after the other clockwise.
- To interrupt, press the control key for 5 seconds.
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Solutions
Feed side power supply voltage too low/ Check the mains voltage and
high
operating conditions, ask the
Inside of the too hot module
Authorised Technical Assistance
Centre
Motor current too high
Turbine operation
Overload
TECHNICAL DATA
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Faults
Zone 2 pumps (optional)
The zone 2 pumps have the same functional characteristics as
zone pump 1.
For the setting and management of anomalies, refer to zone
pump 1.
Head available to the direct zone 1 system fixed speed.
A
60
60
MAX
50
50
B
Y1 40
40
30
30
20
20
10
0
200
400
600
800
1000
1200
Y2
10
MIN
MIN
0
INSTALLER
70
1400
1600
1800
2000
2200
2400
2600
2800
0
3000
X1
Flow rate (l/h)
30
USER
70
Head (kPa)
80
MAX
Pump absorbed power (W)
80
Key (Fig. 30):
A = Head available to the system
B = Absorbed power by the circulator (dotted area)
80
80
70
70
MAX
50
B
Y1 40
40
A
30
30
20
20
10
0
MIN
MIN
0
200
400
600
800
1000
1200
1400
1600
Y2
10
1800
2000
2200
2400
2600
2800
0
3000
X1
Flow rate (l/h)
31
Key (Fig. 31):
A = Head available to the system
B = Absorbed power by the circulator (dotted area)
33
TECHNICAL DATA
M
50
Head (kPa)
60
AX
Pump absorbed power (W)
60
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Head available to the proportional head direct zone 1 system.
Head available to the constant head direct zone 1 system.
80
80
60
60
A
50
Head (kPa)
70
MAX
MAX
B
Y1 40
50
40
30
30
20
20
10
0
MIN
0
200
10
MIN
400
600
800
1000
1200
Y2
Pump absorbed power (W)
INSTALLER
70
1400
1600
1800
2000
2200
2400
2600
2800
0
3000
USER
X1
Flow rate (l/h)
32
Head available to the fixed speed mixed zone 2 system - open mixing valve.
80
X
70
A
60
MAX
50
50
B
Y1 40
40
30
30
20
20
0
0
200
400
10
MI
MIN
Y2
Pump absorbed power (W)
60
10
TECHNICAL DATA
80
MA
70
Head (kPa)
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Key (Fig. 32):
A = Head available to the system
B = Absorbed power by the circulator (dotted area)
N
600
800
1000
1200
1400
1600
1800
2000
2200
2400
2600
2800
0
3000
X1
Flow rate (l/h)
Key (Fig. 33):
A = Head available to the system
B = Absorbed power by the circulator (dotted area)
34
33
80
80
70
70
60
Head (kPa)
MAX
A
Y1 40
50
B
40
30
Y2
30
20
20
MIN
10
10
MIN
0
200
400
600
800
1000
1200
1400
1600
1800
2000
2200
2400
2600
2800
0
3000
X1
Flow rate (l/h)
34
USER
M
Pump absorbed power (W)
60
AX
50
0
INSTALLER
Head available to the proportional head mixed zone 2 system - open mixing valve.
Key (Fig. 34):
A = Head available to the system
B = Absorbed power by the circulator (dotted area)
80
80
MAX
60
A
50
MAX
50
B
Y1 40
40
30
30
20
20
10
10
MIN
0
200
400
Y2
MIN
600
800
1000
1200
1400
1600
1800
2000
2200
2400
2600
2800
0
3000
X1
Flow rate (l/h)
35
Key (Fig. 35):
A = Head available to the system
B = Absorbed power by the circulator (dotted area)
35
TECHNICAL DATA
Head (kPa)
60
70
Pump absorbed power (W)
70
0
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Head available to the constant head mixed zone 2 system - open mixing valve.
INSTALLER
1.26 DOMESTIC HOT WATER STORAGE
TANK UNIT.
The storage tank unit in the appliance is the accumulation type
with a capacity of 157 litres.
It contains large coiled stainless steel heat exchanger pipes, which
allow to notably reduce hot water production times.
These storage tank units constructed with stainless steel casing
and bottoms, guarantee long duration through time.
The assembly concepts and welding (T.I.G.) are implemented to
the minimum detail to ensure maximum reliability.
The side inspection flange ensures practical control of the storage
tank unit and the coiled heat exchanger and easy internal cleaning.
The Magnesium Anode holder caps include the same, are supplied
as standard for the internal protection of the storage tank unit
from possible corrosion. These caps are positioned on the side of
the storage tank (Fig. 36).
• Recirculation kit. The appliance is designed for application of
the recirculation kit. Immergas supplies a series of fittings and
attachments that allow connection between the appliance and
domestic hot water system.
• Polyphosphate dispenser kit. The polyphosphate dispenser
reduces the formation of lime-scale and preserves the original
heat exchange and domestic hot water production conditions.
The appliance is prepared for application of the polyphosphate
dispenser kit (only for Domus Container).
The above-mentioned kits are supplied complete with
instructions for assembly and use.
For the installation, see the relevant instruction manual.
TECHNICAL DATA
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
USER
1.27 KITS AVAILABLE ON REQUEST.
• Second mixed zone kit. In the event one wishes to add a second mixed zone, providing it with a separate adjustment and
maintaining a high water flow-rate, there is a kit available which
includes the pump and mixing valve.
• System shut-off valves kit (on request). The Trio Pack Hybrid is
designed for the installation of system interception cocks, to be
placed on the flow and return pipes of the connection assembly.
This kit is particularly useful for maintenance as it allows the Trio
Pack Hybrid to be drained separately without having to empty
the entire system.
• Connection unit (on request). The system is dispatched from the
factory without the connection unit. The kit includes the pipes,
fittings and shut-off cocks for connecting the Trio Pack Hybrid
pack. It is also possible to select the connection choosing between
the kit with bottom, rear or side connection.
• Anti-freeze kit (optional). The kit makes it possible to extend the
product operation range, ensuring protection up to -15°C of the
boiler as well.
• Two multifunction relay kit (optional). The Kit makes it possible
to enable the room dehumidifier control in neutral air or cooled
air, or of a summer/winter diverter valve.
• Expansion kit. The Kit makes it possible to enable the reporting
of anomalies in the system dehumidifiers, enable the optional
external temperature probe and enable a multifunction relay
having the same features as the multifunction relay kit.
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1.28 MAIN COMPONENTS KIT.
INSTALLER
36
2
17
16
18
19
14
20
13
21
12
22
11
23
10
24
9
25
8
26
7
27
6
28
5
29
4
30
3
31
2
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9
USER
15
32
Key (Fig. 36):
1 - Storage tank draining cock / tap
2 - Sacrificial anode
3 - Antifreeze thermostat
4 - 8 bar safety valve
5 - Antifreeze kit connection box
6 - Storage tank flange
7 - Domestic hot water vessel Shut-off cock
8 - Manifold draining valves
9 - One-way valve
10 - System flow-meter
11 - 3 bar safety valve
12 - System circulator pump
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
-
Filling cock / tap
Manual air vent valve
DHW probe
Storage tank / Cylinder
Management electronics
Boiler
Automatic air vent valve
3-way valve (motorised)
Heat pump flow probe
Hydraulic manifold
System probe
Chiller line connection gaseous status
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
-
Plate heat exchanger
Liquid phase detection probe
Heat pump return probe
Chiller line connection liquid status
Direct zone pump
8 l domestic hot water expansion vessel
Direct zone
flow temperature thermometer
32 - Gas Cock
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TECHNICAL DATA
1
2
USER
INSTALLER
2.1
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE AND
MAINTENANCE.
GENERAL WARNINGS.
Never expose the indoor unit to direct
vapours from a hob.
The device can be used by children at least 8 years old
as well as by persons with reduced physical, sensory or
mental capabilities, or lack of experience or required
knowledge, provided that they are under surveillance, or after
they have been instructed relating to the safe use and have
understood the potential dangers.
Children must not play with the appliance.
Cleaning and maintenance destined to be performed by the
user must not be carried out by unsupervised children.
If temporary shutdown of the indoor unit is required,
proceed as follows:
a) drain the heating system if antifreeze is not used;
b) shut off the electrical and water supply.
Never leave containers or flammable
substances in the same environment as
the appliance.
Do not open or tamper with the appliance.
Only use the user interface devices listed in this section
of the booklet.
Do not climb on the appliance, do not
use the appliance as a supporting surface.
TECHNICAL DATA
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Never clean the appliance or connected
parts with easily flammable substances.
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The use of components involving use
of electrical power requires some fundamental rules to be observed such as:
- do not touch the appliance with wet or moist
parts of the body; do not touch it when barefoot;
- never pull electrical cables or leave the appliance exposed to atmospheric agents (rain,
sunlight, etc.);
- the appliance power cable must not be replaced by the user;
- in the event of damage to the cable, switch
off the appliance and contact exclusively
qualified staff for replacement;
- if the appliance is not to be used for a certain
period, disconnect the main indoor unit
external switch.
Water at a temperature of more than 50
°C can cause serious burns.
Always check the water temperature
before any use.
The temperatures indicated by the display have a tolerance of +/- 3°C due to environmental conditions that
cannot be blamed on the indoor unit.
At the end of its service life, the appliance must not be disposed of like
normal household waste nor abandoned in the environment but must
be removed by a professionally authorised
company as required by current legislation.
Contact the manufacturer for disposal instructions.
2.2
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE.
USER
2.3
INSTALLER
To preserve system integrity and keep the distinguishing
safety features, performance and reliability unchanged
over time, you must execute maintenance operations
on a yearly basis in compliance with what is stated in the point
regarding “annual appliance check and maintenance”.
TRIO PACK HYBRID REMOTE PANEL
(MAIN).
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67%
13°C
2
Fr 3 Jan 2014
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
12:34
20.6 °C
Room set 21.0°C
Mode
Menu
3
1
Key:
1
2
3
4
-
Main parameters switch with button to confirm and save data
Left context button
Right context button
Display
2.3.1 System use.
The integrated electronics, depending on the climatic conditions
and on the settings, establishes which system to use to satisfy
the system requests, choosing the most convenient and suitable
energy sources, or using them simultaneously to achieve the best
possible comfort.
Once the device has been powered, it goes into the status prior
to switch-off. Press the “Modo” (Mode) button to cyclically select
the desired mode amongst those available.
The operation mode is general and applies to all zones, the current
mode in use is displayed by the relative icon at the bottom left
corner (Fig. 38).
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TECHNICAL DATA
4
Also, depending on the system's configuration, the main screen
displays various information regarding the system, amongst which:
INSTALLER
Status
Description
Room humidity value (if humidity
probe is present)
External temperature value (external
probe enabled)
Production of Domestic Hot Water in
progress
Request for room central heating or
cooling in progress
Dehumidify and cool room in progress
Dehumidify room in progress
Comfort temperature operation
Economy temperature operation
Operation in manual mode
Anomaly present
The area to which the information refers is shown at the centre of
the display. It is possible to display one of the two areas and the
information on the domestic hot water part.
Simply press the main switch to cyclically go from Zone 1, Zone
2 and DHW (Domestic hot water).
The lower part of the display shows the parameter that can be
changed (it varies according to configuration). Once the system
has captured the data (indicated with the text “Attesa dati...”
(Waiting for data...)), it is possible to change the value by turning
the main switch and pressing to confirm the parameter change.
The values that can be found according to the configuration, are:
- Set room: defines the room zone temperature.
- Set flow: defines the system's flow temperature to the zone.
- Flow offset: changes the operation curve of the external probe.
- DHW (Domestic hot water) set: this defines the DHW temperature.
TECHNICAL DATA
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
USER
External probe enabled
Status
2.3.2 Operating mode.
The indoor unit can work in the following modes:
- STAND-BY ( );
- SUMMER ( );
- SUMMER WITH COOLING (
- WINTER (
).
);
Press the “MODE” button in sequence to set the system to stand-by
, summer , summer with cooling
, winter
position.
• “Stand-by” Mode
symbol
Press the “MODE” button in succession until the
appears.
In this mode, the system is able to ensure protection functions
only, such as: antifreeze function, antiblock function and any
anomaly signals (Fig. 38).
In these conditions the system must still
be considered powered.
• Summer
Press the “MODE” button in succession until the
symbol
appears.
In this mode the system allows the production of domestic hot
water and ensures protection (Fig. 38).
• Summer with cooling
Press the “MODE” button in succession until the
symbol
appears.
In this mode the system allows the production of domestic hot
water, room cooling and dehumidification and ensures protection (Fig. 38).
• Winter
Press the “MODE” button in succession until the
symbol
appears.
In this mode the system allows the production of domestic hot
water and room central heating / C.H. and ensures protection
(Fig. 38).
List of functions
The following functions can be set on the internal unit:
- DHW (Domestic hot water);
- Central heating / C.H.;
- Cooling;
- Dehumidify.
Description
DHW
Cooling
Central heating
Antifreeze
Stand-by
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Activated
Summer
Enabled
Disabled
Disabled
Activated
Summer with
Cooling
Enabled
Enabled
Disabled
Deactivated
Winter
Enabled
Disabled
Enabled
Activated
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DHW (Domestic hot water) Boost
Activating the “DHW (Domestic hot water) Boost” function via
the menu.
DHW (Domestic hot water)/Boost Function = On
DHW (Domestic hot water) operation takes place with the contribution of both the heat pump and the boiler, with a logic that
minimises storage tank unit charging time.
Central heating
It is possible to set the central heating / C.H. activation parameters for each individual zone in three different ways: MANUAL,
AUTOMATIC, OFF.
The selection is made by entering the "Set Point Zone" menu of
the zone concerned.
Settings/Operating Mode.
There are two types of requests:
- Request from room temperature in the presence of remote control.
Enablings/Enabl. Remote control=Probe/Panel.
- Request from TA (room thermostat).
Enablings/Enabl. Room thermostat = YES.
Cooling
It is possible to set the cooling activation parameters for each individual zone in three different ways: MANUAL, AUTOMATIC,
OFF.
The selection is made by entering the "Set Point Zone" menu of
the zone concerned.
Settings/Operating Mode.
There are two types of requests:
- Request from room temperature in the presence of remote control.
Enablings/Enabl. Remote control=Probe/Panel.
- Request from TA (room thermostat).
Enablings/Enabl. Room thermostat = YES.
In the first case, the system works in the following way:
Manual adjustment (Man)
The cooling request is adjusted according to a fixed room setpoint.
COOLING/Manual cool. set
When the room temperature is higher than the manual cooling
set, the appliance is started in cooling mode.
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USER
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Clock and programs/DHW (Domestic hot water) Program.
In the selected time slots, the DHW (Domestic hot water) set will
be automatically set to the “Set comfort” value; outside these, the
set DHW (Domestic hot water) will be set to “Set economy” value.
It is possible to temporarily modify the DHW (Domestic hot
water) set by setting a manual value using the knob of Fig. 37 after
having pressed it until the message “DHW (Domestic hot water)
set” appears and then turned to the desired value.
This setting will be lost when the time slot is next changed.
In the first case, the system works in the following way:
Manual adjustment (Man)
The central heating / C.H. request is adjusted according to a
fixed room setpoint.
Central heating / C.H./Central heating / C.H. manual set.
When the room temperature is lower than the manual central
heating / C.H. set, the appliance is started in central heating /
C.H.mode.
Automatic adjustment (Auto)
There are two reference setpoints:
Central heating / C.H./Central heating / C.H. comfort set.
Central heating / C.H./Central heating / C.H. economy set.
By associating a calendar with the relevant zone program, it is
possible to determine the time slots for activating the central
heating / C.H. comfort set. The time slots not set, correspond
to the central heating / C.H. economy set.
When the detected room temperature is below the central heating
/ C.H. set active at that moment, the appliance is activated in
central heating / C.H. mode.
Adjustment OFF
Central heating / C.H. always off.
In the second case, the system works in the following way:
Manual adjustment (Man)
The central heating / C.H. demand is activated according to the
closing of the TA contact of the relative zone.
Automatic adjustment (Auto)
The central heating / C.H. demand is activated according to the
closing of the TA contact of the relative zone, only during zone
presence in the comfort band.
Adjustment OFF
Central heating / C.H. always off.
TECHNICAL DATA
DHW
The domestic hot water can be produced with the heat pump or
with the boiler.
The system automatically manages the activation of the generators
to heat up the domestic hot water in the storage tank unit.
It is possible to set the domestic hot water temperature adjustment
in two ways: MANUAL or AUTOMATIC.
The selection takes place in two ways:
or by entering the DHW (Domestic hot water) menu and setting
the “Time slot enabling” parameter. This change remains active
until the next change of the “Time slot enabling” parameter.
or by turning the main switch of the main DHW (Domestic hot
water) page.
This change remains active until the next time slot change within
the active calendar or until the default value of the parameter is
restored.
Manual adjustment (Man)
The temperature of the DHW (Domestic hot water) is set to MAN
mode using the “Set DHW (Domestic hot water)” knob Fig. 37
after having pressed it until the message “DHW (Domestic hot
water) set” appears and then turned to the desired value, or by
modifying the “Manual set” value within the “DHW (Domestic
hot water)” menu.
Automatic adjustment (Auto)
The AUTOMATIC domestic hot water temperature adjustment
involves setting the “Set comfort” and “Set economy” parameters
in the “DHW (Domestic hot water)” menu and choosing the
calendar inside the menu.
INSTALLER
USER
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
TECHNICAL DATA
Automatic adjustment (Auto)
There are two reference setpoints:
Cooling/Set cooling comfort.
Cooling/Cooling economy set.
By associating a calendar with the relevant zone program, it is
possible to determine the time slots for activating the cooling
comfort set. The time slots not set, correspond to the cooling
economy set.
When the detected room temperature is above the cooling set
active at that moment, the appliance is activated in cooling mode.
Adjustment OFF
Cooling always off.
In the second case, the system works in the following way:
Manual adjustment (Man)
The cooling demand is activated according to the closing of the
TA contact of the relative zone.
Automatic adjustment (Auto)
The cooling demand is activated according to the closing of the
TA contact of the relative zone, only during zone presence in
the comfort band.
Adjustment OFF
Cooling always off.
Dehumidify
If the system is coupled to a humidistat (optional) or a remote zone
panel (optional) or a temp and humidity probe (optional), you can
manage the room humidity in summer air conditioning mode.
- If coupled to a humidistat, set the degree of humidity on the
humidistat itself (see the instruction booklet).
- If coupled to a humidity temperature sensor, set the humidity
percentage in the relative user menu.
- If coupled to a zone remote panel, set the humidity percentage
in the relative user menu of the control panel or directly in the
menu of the panel (see instruction booklet).
The selection is made by entering the "Set Point Zone" menu of
the zone concerned.
Dehumidification disabling
It is possible to disable dehumidification for a time slot, typically
a night time slot, by setting.
Dehumidification/Hourly disabling = Yes
and the start and end times of disabling.
In central heating or cooling request mode, if the
temperature of the water in the system meets the
request, the system can work simply by activating the
circulator pump.
Clock and programs
From this menu, it is possible to set the system's date and time as
well as the time slots for operation in Comfort and Economy mode.
• Date and time.
The date and time can be set by modifying the parameters in
the menu.
Clock and Programs/Set date and time.
Setting date and time
HOUR
DAY
MONTH
YEAR
22:22
5
1
2020
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• Time slots
It is possible to set 4 calendars with 4 time operating slots in
system comfort mode. The system will operate in economy mode
during out-of-range time of these 4 time slots.
After setting these 4 calendars it is possible to associate them
to the various days of the week in the zone programs, DHW
(Domestic hot water) and recirculation according to one's needs.
Set the time slots by modifying the menu.
Clock and programs/Time slots.
IMPOSTA
DATA E ORA
Calendars
Calendar:
0 2
4
6
1
8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24
[1] 06:15 - 08:30
[2] 11:30 - 13:45
[3] 17:45 - 23:00
[4] 24:00 - 24:00
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• Program for Zone 1, Zone 2 (if present), DHW (Domestic hot
water).
Time ranges (calendars from 1 to 4) are assigned to Zone 1, Zone
2 (if present), DHW (Domestic hot water) and Central heating
/ C.H. in these menus.
You can assign the calendar to a single day or to a group of days
(single day, Monday - Friday, Saturday - Sunday, Monday - Saturday, Monday - Sunday).
Therefore each day may be personalised with 4 different operating programs.
For convenient selection, the bottom part displays the graphics
of the relevant calendar being selected (Fig. 41).
IMPOSTA
E ORA
Zone 1DATA
program
Monday - Sunday
Day/s:
Calendar:
0 2
4
6
1
8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24
41
42
On the menu
Zone/Information
it is possible to identify the status of the various controls managing the central heating / C.H..
Screed Heater Function
The indoor unit is equipped with a function to perform the
thermal shock on new radiant panel systems, as required by the
applicable standard.
User/Heat-Time at maximum set.
and the temperature gradients within the same menu.
The function is activated from the indoor unit in stand-by, by
accessing the menu.
Screed heater/Activation.
At this point, the message “Anomaly no.139: Screed heater in
progress” appears on the display.
In case of failure, the function is suspended and will resume when
normal operating conditions are reset from the point where it
was interrupted.
Operation with external probe
It is possible to use the thermoregulation functions associated to
an external probe.
The system is standard set up to use the outdoor condensing unit
external probe or an optional external probe.
With the external probe connected and the thermoregulation
function active, the system flow setpoint for room central heating / C.H. or cooling is managed by the system according to the
outdoor temperature measured (Par. 1.19).
You can correct the flow setpoint by choosing the offset value in
the specific user menu.
It is possible to enable thermal adjustment for each individual
zone. The symbol is present in case of thermoregulation of at
least one zone.
TECHNICAL DATA
Key (Fig. 42):
(A) - Top set
(B) - Lower set
(C) - Days
TM - Flow temperature
USER
The active zone pumps are those with ongoing requests, made via
the room thermostat input.
The standard function lasts in total 7 days - 3 days at the lowest
temperature set and 4 days at the highest temperature set (Fig. 42).
Duration can be changed by changing the value of the parameters:
User/Heat-Time at minimum set.
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
• Holiday program.
If required, it is possible to pause system operation for an established period.
Clock and Programs/Holiday Program.
Set the period in which you wish to pause system operation.
During this time, the previously set calendars will not be taken
into consideration, modifying the menu
Set the period in which you wish to pause system operation.
During this time, the previously set calendars will not be taken
into consideration.
The antifreeze function is still ensured during the holiday period.
Heat pump disabling
It is possible to disable the heat pump operation for a certain time
slot, by setting:
User/Heat pump disabling = Yes
and the start and end times of disabling.
Integration Disabling
The use of the integration boiler can be permanently disabled
by setting:
User/Integration disabling = Yes.
Heat pump power reduction
It is possible to reduce the output efficiency of the heat pump for
a certain time slot, by setting:
User/Heat pump power reduction = Yes
and enabling the parameter:
Support/System Def./HP power reduction enabling
and the start and end times of the reduction.
To be able to activate the function there must be no
remote control connected, while in case of system divided into zones it must be properly connected, both
hydraulically and electrically.
INSTALLER
Contact the manufacturer of the radiant panels for the
thermal shock characteristics and its correct execution.
(A)
(B)
(C)
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2.3.3 Settings menu.
The following menus refer to firmware rev. 1.0.
Press the “Menu” button to access a list of variables that enable
you to customise use of the system.
To browse the menus, which can be accessed by pressing the relative “RH” or “LH” context buttons, scroll through the sub-menus
displayed by turning the main switch. Press the said selector to
select the one highlighted.
By pressing repeatedly, you can scroll down the menu levels and go
back to a previous level by pressing the “Indietro” (Back) context
button. To exit the menu completely, press the “Esci” (Exit) button,
which will take you back to the initial page of normal operation.
To confirm the parameter change, press the main switch.
USER
ATTENTION.
By selecting the zone number equal to
1, the only zone present is identified as
Zone 1.
Menu
Set Point Zone 1
DHW
Time and Program
Info
Historical alarm code
[ ... ]
[ ... ]
[ ... ]
[ ... ]
[ ... ]
Esc
Back
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Hereunder is a list of available menus
MAIN MENU
Voice menu
Set Point Zone 1
Defines the operating parameters to manage zone 1
Set Point Zone 2
Defines the operating parameters to manage the zone 2 (present with zone 2 optional kit)
DHW
Time and Program
User
Information
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Description
Historical alarm code
Service
Language
Defines the operation parameters in domestic circuit mode
Defines the date/time and time operating slots
Defines the system parameters that can be modified by the user
Display system operating data
Displays the list of the last 10 anomalies
Password protected menu dedicated to a qualified technician
Defines the remote panel operation language
Set Point Zone 1 Menu
Voice menu
Set comfort heat
Set economy heat
Set manual heat
Set flow heat
Offset flow heat
TECHNICAL DATA
Room temperature in central heating zone 1 Comfort mode
Range
Default
15 - 35 °C
20
Room temperature in central heating zone 1 Economy mode
5 - 25 °C
16
Room temperature in central heating zone 1 Manual mode
5 - 35 °C
20
20 ÷ 85 °C
25
- 15 - + 15°C
0
Flow temperature in room zone 1 central heating mode
Offset temperature for central heating zone 1
Set comfort cool
Room temperature in cooling zone 1 Comfort mode
15 - 35 °C
25
Set economy cool
Room temperature in cooling zone 1 Economy mode
15 - 35 °C
28
Set manual cool
Room temperature in cooling zone 1 Manual mode
15 - 35 °C
25
Set humidity cool
Humidity value set for zone 1 in cooling mode
30 - 70 %
50
Set flow cool
Flow temperature in room zone 1 cooling mode
5 - 25 C
20
-15 - + 15 °C
0
AUTOMAN-OFF
AUTO
Offset flow cool
Operating mode
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Description
Offset temperature for cooling zone 1
Zone 1 operating mode
Personalized
value
Menù Set Point Zone 2 Menu (present with 2 zones kit optional)
Description
Range
Default
Set comfort heat
Room temperature in central heating zone 2 Comfort mode
15 - 35 °C
20
Set economy heat
Room temperature in central heating zone 2 Economy mode
5 - 25 °C
16
Room temperature in central heating zone 2 Manual mode
5 - 35 °C
20
Flow temperature in room zone 2 central heating mode
20 - 65 °C
25
- 15 - + 15°C
0
Set manual heat
Set flow heat
Offset flow heat
Offset temperature for central heating zone 2
Set comfort cool
Room temperature in cooling zone 2 Comfort mode
15 - 35 °C
25
Set economy cool
Room temperature in cooling zone 2 Economy mode
15 - 35 °C
28
Room temperature in cooling zone 2 Manual mode
15 - 35 °C
25
Set humidity cool
Set manual cool
Humidity value set for zone 2 in cooling mode
30 - 70 %
50
Set flow cool
Flow temperature in room zone 2 cooling mode
Offset flow cool
Offset temperature for cooling zone 2
Operating mode
Zone 2 operating mode
5 - 25 C
20
-15 - + 15 °C
0
AUTOMAN-OFF
AUTO
Personalized
value
INSTALLER
Voice menu
USER
N.B.: the zone 1 central heating / C.H.
flow must be greater or equal to the
zone 2 flow setpoint.
The zone 1 cooling flow must be lower or equal
to the zone 2 flow setpoint.
Voice menu
Description
Range
Default
Comfort set
DHW storage temperature in Comfort phase
20 ÷ 60 °C
20
Economy set
DHW storage temperature in Economy phase
10 - 60 °C
10
HP DHW temperature in Manual phase
10 - 60 °C
10
AUTO-MAN
MAN
No/Yes
No
Set manual
DHW Time Slot Enable
Boost Function
Enabling of the DHW (Domestic hot water) setpoint management in automatic
mode
Defines the Boost function enabling
Personalized
value
Time and Program
Voice menu
Time slots
Range
Default
0-24, 0-45
00:00
Zone 1: Monday
CAL1, CAL2,
CAL3,CAL4
CAL1
Zone 1: Tuesday
CAL1, CAL2,
CAL3,CAL4
CAL1
Current date and time setting
Defines the time range for operation in Comfort and Economy mode
Calendar 1 Slot 1 ON
Zone 1 Program
Zone 1 time scheduling
Zone 1: Wednesday
Zone 1: Thursday
Zone 1: Friday
Zone 1: Saturday
Zone 1: Sunday
Zone 2 Program
Personalized
value
CAL1, CAL2,
CAL3,CAL4
CAL1, CAL2,
CAL3,CAL4
CAL1, CAL2,
CAL3,CAL4
CAL1, CAL2,
CAL3,CAL4
CAL1, CAL2,
CAL3,CAL4
TECHNICAL DATA
Date and time
Description
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
DHW
CAL1
CAL1
CAL1
CAL1
CAL1
Zone 2 time scheduling
Zone 2: Monday
CAL1, CAL2,
CAL3,CAL4
CAL1
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Time and Program
Voice menu
Description
CAL1, CAL2,
CAL3,CAL4
CAL1, CAL2,
CAL3,CAL4
CAL1, CAL2,
CAL3,CAL4
CAL1, CAL2,
CAL3,CAL4
CAL1, CAL2,
CAL3,CAL4
CAL1, CAL2,
CAL3,CAL4
INSTALLER
Zone 2: Tuesday
Zone 2: Wednesday
Zone 2: Thursday
Zone 2: Friday
Zone 2: Saturday
Zone 2: Sunday
DHW Program
CAL1, CAL2,
CAL3,CAL4
CAL1, CAL2,
CAL3,CAL4
CAL1, CAL2,
CAL3,CAL4
CAL1, CAL2,
CAL3,CAL4
CAL1, CAL2,
CAL3,CAL4
CAL1, CAL2,
CAL3,CAL4
CAL1, CAL2,
CAL3,CAL4
DHW (Domestic hot water) - Tuesday
DHW (Domestic hot water)- Wednesday
USER
DHW (Domestic hot water) - Thursday
DHW - Friday
DHW (Domestic hot water) - Saturday
DHW (Domestic hot water) - Sunday
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Default
Personalized
value
CAL1
CAL1
CAL1
CAL1
CAL1
CAL1
DHW operation time programming
DHW (Domestic hot water) - Monday
Holiday Program
Range
Defines the period during which the system disables both hot water heating and
room central heating and/or cooling functions.
At the end of the set days, the previously active functions will be reset.
CAL1
CAL1
CAL1
CAL1
CAL1
CAL1
CAL1
Deactive
User Menu
Voice menu
HP Disable
TECHNICAL DATA
It allows to disable the heat pump according to the set time slot.
Range
Default
Yes/No
No
HP Disable - Start time
Allows to set when disabling starts.
0 - 23
0
HP Disable - End time
Allows to set when disabling ends.
0 - 23
0
Disable integration
Allows to permanently disable the integration generator.
Yes/No
No
T1 Electricity Price
Allows to enter the price of electricity in euro cents per kWh for time slot 1
0 - 200.00 €
20
T2 Electricity Price
Allows to enter the price of electricity in euro cents per kWh for time slot 2
0 - 200.00 €
16
T3 Electricity Price
Allows to enter the price of electricity in euro cents per kWh for time slot 3
0 - 200.00 €
16
T1 ON
Allows to set when time slot 1 starts
0 - 24
00 : 00
T2 ON
Allows to set when time slot 2 starts
0 - 24
00 : 00
T3 ON
Allows to set when time slot 3 starts
Type of gas
Unit of measure gas
Gas price
FD - Time at min set
FD - Rise gradient
FD - Time at max set
Type of gas with which to feed the boiler
It establishes the unit of measurement for gas metering
Allows to enter the gas price in euro
0 - 24
00 : 00
Methane /
LPG
M
m3/l/kg
m3
0 - 200.00 €
1
Defines the time spent at minimum operating temperature during
the active function.
1 - 7 days
3
Defines the ascent gradient of the temperature.
3 - 30 °C/g
30
Defines the time spent at maximum
operating temperature during the active function.
1 - 14 days
4
FD - Fall gradient
Defines the descent gradient of the temperature.
3 - 30 °C/g
30
FD - Min Flow set
Defines the minimum delivery temperature of the screed heater function.
20 - 45 °C
25
FD - Max Flow set
Defines the maximum delivery temperature of the screed heater function.
25 - 55 °C
45
Yes/No
No
Floor Drying - Start
46
Description
Personalized
value
User Menu
Dehum. zone 1 disable
Description
It allows to disable the zone 1 dehumidifier according to the set time slot
Dehum. zone 1 disab. start
Allows to set when disabling starts.
Dehum. zone 1 disab. end
Allows to set when disabling ends.
Dehum. zone 2 disable
It allows to disable the zone 2 dehumidifier according to the set time slot.
Range
Default
Yes/No
No
0 - 23
0
0 - 23
0
Yes/No
No
Dehum. zone 2 disab. start
Allows to set when disabling starts.
0 - 23
0
Dehum. zone 2 disab. end
Allows to set when disabling ends.
0 - 23
0
Yes/No
No
HP power red. disab. start
HP power red. disable
It allows to set the reduction start time.
It allows to activate the heat pump power reduction according to the set time slot.
0 - 23
0
HP power red. disab. end
It allows to set the reduction end time.
0 - 23
0
Personalized
value
INSTALLER
Voice menu
Information Menu
Voice menu
Description
Leaving Water Temp.
Heat pump flow temperature.
Entering Water Temp.
Heat pump return temperature.
External temperature
External temper. detected by the external probe (optional).
Temperature set on zone 1.
Flow temperature zone 1
Zone 1 flow temperature.
Dew point zone 1
Zone 1 dew temperature.
Temp. set zone 2
Temperature set on zone 2.
Flow temperature zone 2
Zone 2 flow temperature.
Dew point zone 2
Zone 2 dew temperature.
Zone 1 RT state
Zone 1 TA contact closed.
Zone 2 RT state
Zone 2 TA contact closed.
Set DHW
DHW temperature
HP Power
HP system Mode
COP minimum
COP HP
Displays the domestic hot water flow set.
DHW (Domestic hot water) storage tank water temperature.
Instantaneous power percentage being used at this moment by the system.
Describes the heat pump operation mode.
Displays the minimum COP needed to start the heat pump (only present with boiler enabled).
Displays the current COP of the heat pump(Displayed only with DHW (Domestic hot water) or central heating / C.H.
request).
Heating Integration
Indicates whether the system request is integrated by another energy source in addition to the heat pump.
DHW Integration
Indicates whether the system request is integrated by another energy source in addition to the heat pump.
Boiler set plant
Displays the flow set on the boiler.
Boiler set sanitary
Displays the DHW (Domestic hot water) set on the boiler.
Firmware version
Management board software revision
Display Firmware version
Main remote panel software revision
Hours of oper. integration
No. of system operation / functioning hours with energy integration.
Hours of oper. HP
No. of operating hours of the heat pump.
Audax Pro Model
Identifies the heat pump model of the Audax Pro V2 range (4 - 6 - 9).
FD - Days Remaining
USER
Flow temperature requested by the generators.
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Temp. set zone 1
TECHNICAL DATA
Calculated plant setpoint
Days left until completion of the screed heater function.
47
Historical alarm code
Description
Displays the history log of the last 10 anomalies, see Par. 2.4.5.
INSTALLER
Service Menu
Voice menu
Personalized
value
Range
Default
Personalized
value
ITA - ENG
ITA
Language Menu
Language
Description
Defines the remote panel operation language
2.3.4 DHW (Domestic hot water) set setting.
USER
Default
Password protected menu dedicated to a qualified technician
Voice menu
To obtain a good DHW (Domestic hot water) comfort, pay attention to the setting of parameters relating to domestic hot water.
There is only one DHW probe in the system, therefore it is sufficient to set a single DHW (Domestic hot water) set to regulate
the water temperature.
The DHW (Domestic hot water) set can be the one in the main
page or the “comfort/eco/manual” set of the DHW (Domestic
hot water) menu.
- DHW (Domestic hot water) set (manual or eco/comfort).
Setting of the wanted domestic hot water temperature.
From the “Anomalies log” menu, it is also possible to reset the list
by selecting “Reset anomalies”.
IMPOSTAIN
DATA
E ORA
ANOMALY
PROGRESS
Alarm code
Esc
2.3.5 Fault and anomaly warnings.
The system signals any anomalies by displaying the attention
screen with the relative anomaly code (Fig. 44).
By pressing the Reset button (for resettable anomalies) it is possible
to reset the anomaly. Press the “esci” (exit) button to go back to the
main screen and the anomaly is displayed with the
symbol.
You must access the “Storico anomalie” (Anomalies log) menu to
display the anomalies log where the last 10 system anomalies are
displayed in time order (Fig. 45). Turn the main switch to scroll
through the list.
TECHNICAL DATA
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Range
Description
48
Reset
44
IMPOSTA
ORA
Historical DATA
AlarmEcode
Historical index:
1
Alarm code:
xxx
Alarm code
at 15:07 on
Esc
03 Jan 2014
Back
45
The indoor unit signals any anomalies by means of a code with a
key symbol next to it "
" in the centre of the display.
System status / Solution
The board detects an anomaly on the flow NTC probe.
The system does not start (1).
The board detects an anomaly on the domestic hot water probe.
The hydronic module is unable to produce
domestic hot water (1).
15
Configuration
error
If the board detects an anomaly or incongruity on the electric
wiring, the appliance will not start.
23
Return probe
anomaly
If normal conditions are restored, the heat
generator restarts without having to be reset
(1).
The board detects an anomaly on the return NTC probe
The system does not start (1).
26
Flowmeter
anomaly
The board detects an anomaly on the flowmeter.
Booster pump, if any, always working.
The system does not start (1).
Make sure the booster pump (optional)
only activates when requested.
27
Insufficient circulation
This happens when the hydronic module overheats due to poor
water circulation in the primary circuit. The causes can be:
- hp pump blocked; free the pump;
- damaged flowmeter.
Check system circulation and flowmeter.
Press the Reset button (1).
If the board detects an anomaly on the zone 2 probe, the system
cannot work in the affected area.
(1)
36
48
50
120
121
122
125
126
Zone 2 flow
temperature probe
anomaly
IMG Bus
communication
loss
System probe
anomaly
External probe
anomaly
High set
alarm for
dehumidification
zone 1
Zone 1 offline
device alarm
Zone 2 offline
device alarm
zone 1 room
temperature
probe error
zone 2 room
temperature
probe error
129
Zone 1 humidity
probe error
130
Zone 2 humidity
probe error
132
Alarm set high
for zone 2
dehumidification
Communication between the control units is interrupted due to an The boiler does not satisfy the room heating
anomaly on the boiler control unit or on the IMG Bus.
requests (1).
The board detects an anomaly on the system flow NTC probe
In the event the external probe is not connected or is faulty, the
anomaly is indicated.
The cooling flow set calculated for dehumidification exceeds the
limit set in zone 1.
Check the external probe connection.
The system continues to operate with the
external probe integrated in the external
condensing unit (1).
If the external probe is replaced, repeat the
installation operations.
The calculated flow set is higher than the
limit allowed by the dehumidifier. Cool the
room and wait for the dew temperature to
go back within acceptable values (1).
The device connected to zone 1 is offline.
(1)
The device connected to zone 2 is offline.
(1)
The zone 1 room probe has an out of range resistive value.
(1)
The zone 2 room probe has an out of range resistive value.
(1)
In addition to the humidity, the dew point
is not calculated for the zone either (1).
Zone humidity cannot be checked.
In addition to the humidity, the dew point
Anomaly on the zone 2 humidity probe.
is not calculated for the zone either (1).
Zone humidity cannot be checked.
The calculated flow set exceeds
the limit permitted by the dehumidifiThe cooling flow set calculated for dehumidification is higher than
er. Cool the room and wait for the dew
the limit set in zone 2
temperature to go back within acceptable
values (1).
Anomaly on the zone 1 humidity probe.
TECHNICAL DATA
32
INSTALLER
12
Cause
USER
5
Anomaly
signalled
Flow probe
anomaly
Domestic hot
water probe
anomaly
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Error
Code
Zone 1
The system does not dehumidify in the
dehumidifier fault Anomaly coming from the dehumidifier (optional) on zone 1
relative zone (1)
alarm
(1) If the shutdown or fault persists, contact an authorised company (e.g. Authorised Technical After-Sales Service).
133
49
Error
Code
INSTALLER
134
137
138
139
142
177
178
USER
179
183
Request out of
operating range
Cause
System status / Solution
Anomaly coming from the dehumidifier (optional) in zone 2
The system does not dehumidify in the
relative zone (1)
When the default parameters are restored, the system needs to be
restarted.
Turn the system off and on.
Screed heater function in progress.
Air deaeration function in progress.
No demand can be made until the end of
the function in progress (1).
No demand can be made until the end of
the function in progress (1).
Communication with Dominus is offline.
(1)
Domestic hot water production is not met within the pre-established time (see parameter P014).
The system continues to operate with
non-optimal performance (1)
The anti-Legionella cycle is run without success within the pre-established time (see parameter P013).
Press the Reset button (1)
The board detects an anomaly on the liquid phase NTC probe.
The system does not start (1).
A signal notifies that the outdoor condensing unit is in test mode.
A request is made with the outdoor temperature exceeding the
operating limits (Par. 1.24).
During this time, room air conditioning
and domestic hot water production requirements cannot be met
The system does not start (1).
Wait for the outdoor condensing unit to be
restored within operating limits.
Time out
The system does not start (1).
alarm with
If communication between the printed circuit boards is lost, an
189
Check communication between the P.C.B.
communication
anomaly is signalled.
and the interface board.
board
Alarm low liquid
Check that the cooling circuit is working
195
phase probe
Too low temperature is detected in the liquid phase.
properly (1).
temperature
High flow temp.
Excessively high temperature is detected in the flow circuit of the
196
Check the hydraulic circuit (1).
block
heat pump.
Communication
board
An incorrect communication board configuration has been detect197
The system does not start (1).
configuration
ed.
error
(1) If the shutdown or fault persists, contact an authorised company (e.g. Authorised Technical After-Sales Service).
TECHNICAL DATA
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
188
Anomaly
signalled
Zone 2
dehumidifier fault
alarm
Reset system
alarm – Restart
the system
Screed heater in
progress
Deaeration in
progress
Errore Dominus
offline
DHW maximum
time alarm
Block: antilegionella cycle
not successful
Liquid phase
probe alarm
Outdoor
condensing unit in
test mode
50
Anomaly
signalled
System status / Solution
Check the communication cable to the outdoor unit.
Check that the interface board works properly.
(1)
Communication error due to incorrect address of
Check the address on the interface board.
109
interface board
(1)
Check communication between the management board and interface boards.
111
MODBUS communication error
(1)
Replace the main board of the outdoor condensing unit
162
EEPROM error
(1)
177
Emergency error
(1)
198
Error of thermal fuse terminal board (open)
(1)
Check the communication cable to the outdoor condensing unit.
Communication error (failed coupling) between the Check that the interface board and main board of the outdoor condensing
201
interface board and the outdoor condensing unit
unit work properly.
(1)
Check the communication cable to the outdoor condensing unit.
Communication error (failed coupling) between
Check that the interface board and main board of the outdoor condensing
202
indoor unit and interface board
unit work properly
(1)
Check wiring of communication between the two boards.
Communication error between Inverter and main
Replace the main board.
203
board of the outdoor condensing unit
Replace the inverter board.
(1)
Check the position of the sensor.
Outdoor condensing unit air temperature sensor
Check the relative wiring.
221
error
Replace the sensor.
(1)
Check the position of the sensor.
Check the relative wiring.
231
Condenser temperature sensor error
Replace the sensor.
(1)
Check the position of the sensor.
251
Discharge temperature sensor error
Check the relative wiring.
Replace the sensor.
Check the position of the sensor.
Compressor sensor error (overload protection
Check the relative wiring.
320
sensor)
Replace the sensor.
(1)
Check the chiller cycle.
403
Freezing detection (during cooling operation)
Check the temperatures of the plate heat exchanger.
(1)
Check the chiller cycle.
Protection of outdoor condensing unit when in overCheck the compressor connections.
404
load (during safety
Check the resistances between the different phases of the compressor.
start-up, normal operating status)
(1)
Check the chiller cycle.
407
Compressor not working due to high pressure
(1)
416
The compressor discharge is overheated
(1)
Outdoor condensing
419
(1)
unit EEV operation error
425
Not used on this model
(1)
Central heating operation stopped
440
(1)
(outdoor temperature exceeds 35°C)
(1) If the shutdown or fault persists, contact an authorised company (e.g. Authorised Technical After-Sales Service).
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USER
Outdoor unit communication error
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
101
TECHNICAL DATA
Error
Code
List of anomalies outdoor condensing unit.
If the condensing unit is faulty, the error code is displayed in the
middle of the control panel (Fig. 37), with code 1xxx and a key
symbol next to it “ ”.
INSTALLER
List of boiler anomalies.
If the outdoor condensing unit is faulty, the error code is displayed in the middle of the control panel (Fig. 37) with code 9xxx
where for “xxx” refer to the boiler anomaly code in the relevant
instruction manual.
Error
Code
TECHNICAL DATA
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
USER
INSTALLER
441
458
Anomaly
signalled
Cooling operation stopped
(outdoor temperature below 9°C)
Error of outdoor condensing unit fan no.1
System status / Solution
(1)
(1)
Check the chiller cycle.
Check the compressor connections.
461
Compressor start-up error (Inverter)
Check the resistances between the different phases of the compressor.
(1)
Check the inlet current.
Check the refrigerant charge.
462
Inverter total current overload error
Check normal operation of the fan.
(1)
Check the compressor sensor.
463
Compressor overheated sensor
(1)
Check the compressor connections and its normal operation.
Check the refrigerant charge.
Check whether there are obstacles around the outdoor condensing unit.
464
Inverter IPM current overload error
Check whether the service valve is open.
Check whether the installation pipes are mounted properly.
(1)
Check the compressor connections and its normal operation.
465
Compressor overload error
Check the resistances between the different phases of the compressor.
(1)
Check the input voltage.
466
Low voltage error of DC circuit
Check the power connections.
(1)
Check the compressor connections.
467
Compressor rotation error
Check the resistances between the different phases of the compressor.
(1)
Check the main board.
468
Current sensor error (inverter)
(1)
Check the power connector of the inverter board.
469
Voltage sensor error of DC circuit (inverter)
Check the connectors RY21 and R200 of the inverter board.
(1)
EEPROM reading/writing error of outdoor condens- Check the main board.
470
ing unit
(1)
EEPROM reading/writing error of outdoor condens- Check the main board.
471
ing unit
(1)
474
Inverter temperature sensor error
Replace inverter board (1).
Check the wiring.
Error of outdoor condensing unit fan no.2 (where
Check that the fan is powered.
475
present)
Check the board fuses.
(1)
Check inductances.
484
PFC overload
Replace inverter board.
(1)
Replace inverter board.
485
Incoming current sensor error
(1)
Check temperature of inverter board. Switch the machine off.
500
IPM overheated
Wait for the inverter to cool down. Switch the machine back on.
(1)
Check that the coolant is charged.
Check the liquid sensor of the indoor unit.
554
Coolant gas leak error
Check whether the service valve is open.
Check whether the installation pipes are mounted properly.
(1)
Check normal operation of the main board.
590
Inverter board error
Replace the main board.
(1)
601
Not present
(1)
604
Not present
(1)
653
Not present
(1)
(1) If the shutdown or fault persists, contact an authorised company (e.g. Authorised Technical After-Sales Service).
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Error
Code
654
899
900
Not present
Not present
Not present
Anomaly
signalled
System status / Solution
TECHNICAL DATA
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
USER
INSTALLER
(1)
(1)
(1)
Indoor unit error.
901
Not used
Check indoor unit.
(1)
Indoor unit error.
902
Not used
Check indoor unit.
(1)
Indoor unit error.
903
Not used
Check indoor unit.
(1)
Indoor unit error.
904
Not used
Check indoor unit.
(1)
Indoor unit error.
906
Not used
Check indoor unit.
(1)
Indoor unit error.
911
Not used
Check indoor unit.
(1)
Indoor unit error.
912
Not used
Check indoor unit.
(1)
Indoor unit error.
916
Not used
Check indoor unit.
(1)
Indoor unit error.
919
Not used
Check indoor unit.
(1)
(1) If the shutdown or fault persists, contact an authorised company (e.g. Authorised Technical After-Sales Service).
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INSTALLER
2.4
For general operation of the zone remote panel, see the relative
instruction booklet.
The settings on the remote panel, such as operating mode, flow
setting, humidity setting etc. are synchronised with those on the
main remote panel.
Moreover, the main remote panel is not disabled if there is any
zone remote panel.
USER
2.5
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
RESTORE CENTRAL HEATING SYSTEM
PRESSURE.
1. Periodically check the system water pressure (the indoor unit’s
pressure gauge hand must indicate a value between 1 and 1.2
bar).
2. If the pressure falls below 1 bar (when the system is cold) restore
normal pressure via the relevant cock located to the left of the
manifold, accessible from the main door (refer to the main
components).
3. Close the valve after the operation.
4. If the pressure reaches values around 3 bar, there is a risk of
tripping the safety valve (in this case, remove water from a
radiator air vent valve until a pressure of 1 bar is achieved, or
ask for assistance from professionally qualified personnel).
5. In the event of frequent pressure drops, contact qualified staff
for assistance to eliminate the possible system leakage.
2.6
TECHNICAL DATA
USING THE SECONDARY ZONE
REMOTE PANEL (OPTIONAL).
DRAINING THE SYSTEM.
Make sure that the filling cock is closed.
Open the draining cock (Fig. 36, pos. 8).
Open all the vent valves present.
At the end, close the draining cock.
Close all the previously opened vent valves.
If fluid containing glycol was added to the system
circuit, make sure it is recovered and disposed of in
accordance with standard EN 1717.
2.7
DRAINING THE DOMESTIC HOT
WATER CIRCUIT.
To do this, always close the domestic cold water inlet upstream
of the appliance.
Open any domestic hot water tap to discharge the pressure from
the circuit.
Then open the storage tank unit draining cock (Fig. 36, pos. 1)
and loosen the storage tank hot water outlet fitting to facilitate
water drain.
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2.8
DECOMMISSIONING.
In the event of permanent system shutdown, contact professional
staff for the procedures and ensure that the electrical, water supply
lines are previously shut off and disconnected and that the solar
collector (if present) is covered.
Before performing any maintenance
operation, make sure:
- you have disconnected the power to
the appliance;
- you have discharged the pressure from
the system and domestic hot water
circuit.
Supply of spare parts
The device’s warranty shall be rendered null and void
if unapproved or unsuitable parts are used for maintenance or repairs. These will also compromise the product’s
compliance, and the said product may no longer be valid and
fail to meet the current regulations. in regard to the above, only
use original Immergas spare parts when replacing components.
If additional documentation needs to be consulted for
extraordinary maintenance, contact the Authorised
After-Sales Service.
R32 refrigerant gas belongs to the low
flammability refrigerant category: class
A2L according to standard ISO 817. It
guarantees high performance with low
environmental impact. The new gas reduces
the potential environmental impact by one
third compared to R410A, having less effect
on global warning (GWP 675).
3.2
INITIAL CHECK.
To commission the package, you must:
- make sure that the declaration of conformity for installation is
supplied with the appliance;
- check connection to a 230V-50Hz power mains, correct L-N
polarity and the earthing connection;
- make sure the central heating system is filled with water and the
indoor unit pressure gauge reads a pressure of 1-1.2 bar;
- make sure the chiller circuit has been filled according to what is
described in the outdoor condensing unit instructions booklet;
- check the activation of the main switch located upstream of the
indoor unit;
- ensure activation of all adjustment devices;
- ensure production of domestic hot water;
- check tightness of water circuits.
Even if just one single safety check
provides a negative result, do not commission the system.
INSTALLER
Operators who install and service the
appliance must wear the personal protective equipment (PPE) required by
applicable law.
The list of possible PPE is not complete
as they are indicated by the employer.
USER
GENERAL WARNINGS.
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
3.1
The appliance operates with R32 refrigerant gas.
This gas is ODOURLESS.
Pay the utmost attention.
Strictly follow the instruction handbook of the
outdoor condensing unit before installation
and any type of operation on the cooling line.
TECHNICAL DATA
3
MAINTENANCE
AND INITIAL CHECK
INSTRUCTIONS.
55
YEARLY EQUIPMENT CHECK AND
MAINTENANCE.
The following checks and maintenance should be
performed once a year to ensure operation, safety and
efficiency of the appliance over time.
- Check for water leaks or oxidation from/on the fittings.
- Check, after discharging the system pressure and bringing it to
zero (read on indoor unit pressure gauge), that the expansion
vessel charge is at 1.0 bar.
- Check that the system static pressure (with system cold and after
refilling the system by means of the filling valve) is between 1
and 1.2 bar.
- Visually check that the safety and control devices have not been
tampered with and/or short-circuited.
- Check the condition and integrity of the electrical system and
in particular:
- the power cables must be inside the cable fixings;
- there must be no traces of blackening or burning.
- Check correct lighting and functioning.
- Check correct operation of control and adjustment devices of
the appliance. and in particular:
- system regulation probes intervention.
- Check chiller line connections.
- Check mesh filter on system return.
- Check the correct flow rate on plate heat exchanger.
- Check the integrity of the internal insulation.
In addition to yearly maintenance, one must also check
the energy efficiency of the thermal system, with frequency and procedures that comply with the indications
of the technical regulations in force.
TECHNICAL DATA
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
USER
INSTALLER
3.3
56
3.4
EXTERNAL UNIT FINNED AIR COIL
MAINTENANCE.
We recommend regularly inspecting the finned air coils
to check the level of fouling.
This depends on the environment where the unit is installed.
The level of fouling will be worse in urban and industrial sites, as
well as near trees that lose their leaves.
There are two maintenance levels to clean the coils:
- If the air heat exchangers are encrusted, clean them gently with
a brush in a vertical direction.
- Turn off the fans before working on the air heat exchangers.
- To perform this type of intervention, stop the unit only if the
maintenance considerations allow it.
- Perfectly clean air heat exchangers ensure an optimal operation
of the unit. When the air heat exchangers begin to encrust, they
must be cleaned. The cleaning frequency depends on the season
and location of the unit (ventilated, wooded, dusty, etc.).
- Do not use pressurised water without a large diffuser. Do not
use high-pressure cleaners for Cu/Cu and Cu/Al air coils.
- Concentrated and/or rotating water jets are strictly prohibited.
Never use fluid with a temperature above 45°C to clean the air
heat exchangers.
- Proper and frequent cleaning (approx. every three months)
prevents 2/3 of corrosion problems.
Clean the air coil using suitable products.
HYDRAULIC DIAGRAM.
INSTALLER
3.5
22b
-
Storage tank / Cylinder
Outdoor condensing unit
Plate heat exchanger
System flow-meter
System circulator pump
3 bar safety valve
System flow probe
Safety thermostat
3-way mixing valve (optional)
Manifold draining valves
Mixed zone flow probe (optional)
Mixed zone pump / circulator (optional)
Direct zone pump
One-way valve
Filter that can be inspected (optional)
Filter that can be inspected
Antifreeze thermostat
8 bar safety valve
19
20
21
22
22a
22b
23
24
25
26
27
28
- Storage tank draining cock / tap
- Domestic hot water vessel shut-off cock
- 8 l domestic hot water expansion vessel
- Hydraulic manifold
- Manifold flow sector
- Manifold return sector
- Filling cock / tap
- Manual air vent valve
- 3-way valve (Motorised)
- Automatic vent valve
- Storage tank probe
- Boiler
AC AF MZ1 RZ1 MZ2 RZ2 -
Domestic hot water outlet
Domestic cold water inlet
Mixed zone system flow
Mixed zone system return
Direct zone system flow
Direct zone system return
TECHNICAL DATA
Key:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
USER
22a
46
57
58
1
2
3
4
-
Main power supply (230Vac - 50Hz)
M50-HP Connector
M10-1 Connector
Boiler
Key:
A13 - Supervision board
F1
- Main fuse 3.15 A F
F2
- 315 mA Transformer fuse
OT-A18 - Connector Modbus interface P.C.B.
S1
- Main switch
T1
- Transformer
Z1
- Antijamming filter
TECHNICAL DATA
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
USER
Colour code key:
BK
- Black
BL
- Blue
BR
- Brown
G
- Green
G/Y - Green-Yellow
GY
- Grey
OR
- Orange
R
- Red
INSTALLER
3.6
WIRING DIAGRAM.
Practical power supply diagram.
47
-
Supervision board
Flow probe
HP Flow probe
Mixed zone 2 flow probe (optional)
HP Return probe
Liquid phase probe
Zone 2 safety thermostat (optional)
System configuration resistance
Zone 1 thermostat jumper
TECHNICAL DATA
Key:
A13
B1
B1-HP
B3-2
B5-HP
B29
E7-2
R14
X40-1
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
USER
Colour code key:
BK - Black
BL - Blue
BR - Brown
G - Green
GY - Grey
OR - Orange
P - Purple
PK - Pink
R - Red
W - White
Y - Yellow
G/Y - Green-Yellow
INSTALLER
Main connection diagram.
48
59
TECHNICAL DATA
Key:
A13
A18
A22
B25
K53
X114
-
Supervision board
Modbus interface P.C.B.
Condensing unit interface board
System flow-meter
Flow meter Signal conversion relay
In-line test connector
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
USER
Colour code key:
BK - Black
BL - Blue
BR - Brown
CY - Cyan
G - Green
GY - Grey
OR - Orange
P - Purple
PK - Pink
R - Red
W - White
Y - Yellow
G/Y - Green-Yellow
INSTALLER
X102 and X105 Terminal board connections diagram.
49
60
1
2
3
4
5
-
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
M50 Connector
Second zone kit
M10-1 Connector
Multifunction relay kit
PWM M1-HP connector
Key:
A13 - Supervision board
M10-1 - Zone 1 circulator pump
M50-HP - HP three-way valve
TECHNICAL DATA
1
2
3
USER
Colour code key:
BK - Black
BL - Blue
BR - Brown
G - Green
G/Y - Green-Yellow
OR - Orange
R - Red
W - White
Y - Yellow
5
INSTALLER
4
Zone connection diagram.
50
61
Zone 2 connection diagram.
INSTALLER
4
6
5
1
2
USER
3
Colour code key:
BK -Black
BL -Blue
BR -Brown
G/Y- Green-Yellow
GY -Grey
OR -Orange
W -White
Y -Yellow
1
2
3
4
5
6
-Closed
-Common
-Open
-Main panel
- Zone 2 connector
- Connection
Key:
A13 - Supervision board
B3-2 - Mixed zone 2 flow probe
E7-2 - Low temperature safety
thermostat
M10-2 - Zone 2 circulator
M31-2 - Zone 2 mixing valve
Two relay kit connection diagram.
Colour code key:
BK - Black
G - Green
R - Red
W - White
1
TECHNICAL DATA
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
51
- Multifunction relay kit
connector
1
Key:
K70-A, B - Multifunction relay
52
62
1
Key:
A13
A15
B4
S42-1
S42-2
T1
Supervision board
Electronic expansion board
External probe (optional)
Zone 1 dehumidifier alarm (optional)
Zone 2 dehumidifier alarm (optional)
Transformer
TECHNICAL DATA
- Control panel
-
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Colour code key:
BK - Black
BL - Blue
BR - Brown
G - Green
G/Y- Green-Yellow
OR - Orange
R - Red
W - White
Y - Yellow
USER
INSTALLER
Expansion kit connection diagram.
53
63
INSTALLER
3.7
POSSIBLE PROBLEMS AND THEIR
CAUSES.
Maintenance operations must be carried out by an
authorised company (e.g. Authorised After-Sales Technical Assistance Centre).
Noise due to air in the system.
Check opening of the special air vent valve cap (Det. 12, Fig. 36).
Make sure the system pressure and expansion tank factory-set
pressure values are within the set limits.
The factory-set pressure values of the expansion vessel must be 1.0
bar, the value of system pressure must be between 1 and 1.2 bar.
The water heater is set up for possible programming of several
operation parameters. By modifying these parameters as described
below, the system can be adapted according to specific needs.
Access the “Assistenza” (Assistance) menu by pressing the right
“Menu” button and turning the main switch until selecting the desired menu. Press the main switch to confirm the selection. Insert
the relative access code and customise the parameters according
to your requirements.
Range
-
USER
Definition of Zone 1 Zone 1 system setting sub-menu.
Definition of Zone 2 Zone 2 system setting sub-menu (present with zone 2 optional kit).
System definition
Sub-menu to define the devices connected to the system.
-
Thermoregulation
Temperature control setting sub-menu.
-
DHW definition
Setting sub-menu of the system in DHW (Domestic hot water) mode.
-
Integration
System integration setting sub-menu.
-
Heat pump
Heat pump operating parameters sub-menu.
-
Manual operating parameters sub-menu.
-
Manual
Factory settings
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
SYSTEM PROGRAMMING.
Service Menu
Description
Voice menu
TECHNICAL DATA
3.8
Allows to reset all parameters with factory values.
Yes / No
Service Menu -> Definition of Zone 1
Voice menu
Description
Range
Default
- Hot
Mode
Establishes the zone 1 operating mode.
- Cold
Hot + Cold
- Hot+Cold
Enable remote
control
Enables operation with a remote zone control
To be enabled if a remote zone control is used in zone 1 as room control
and not the remote panel, which is used in zone 2 (main zone).
- NO = No remote control installed.
- Contr = Not used.
No / Contr /
Pan / Probe
No
Yes / No
No
Yes / No
No
Yes / No
Yes
Yes / No
No
No / Yes
No
15 - 50
25
15 - 50
25
- Pan = Secondary remote zone panel used to control zone 1.
- Probe = Temperature and humidity probe.
Room sensor modul. Enables modulation with room probe.
Enable room
Enables operation of a room thermostat to check the zone.
thermostat
In the presence of the humidity sensor, enable calculation of the dew point.
Enable dew point
The calculation is particularly needed in case of radiant panel systems.
Enable dehumidifiers Enables the operation of a dehumidifier.
Humidistat
Max Temp
dehumidifier
Set Alarm Dehum.
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Enables the operation of a humidistat.
Maximum flow temperature acceptable for the dehumidifier, beyond which
it is kept switched off.
Maximum flow set calculated, acceptable by the dehumidifier.
Personalized
value
Service Menu -> Definition of Zone 2 (present with 2 zones kit optional)
Voice menu
Description
Range
Default
Personalized
value
- Hot
Establishes the zone 2 operating mode.
- Cold
Hot + Cold
INSTALLER
Mode
- Hot + Cold
Enable remote
control
Enables operation with a remote zone control
To be enabled if a remote zone control is used in zone 2 as room control
and not the remote panel, which is used in zone 1 (main zone).
- NO = No remote control installed.
- Contr = Remote zone control to manage zone 2.
No / Contr /
Pan / Probe
No
Yes / No
No
Yes / No
Yes
Yes / No
No
- Probe = Temperature and humidity probe.
Room sensor modul.
Enables modulation with room probe.
Enable room
Enables operation of a room thermostat to check the zone.
thermostat
In the presence of the humidity sensor, enable calculation of the dew point.
Enable dew point
The calculation is particularly needed in case of radiant panel systems.
Enable dehumidifiers Enables the operation of a dehumidifier.
Humidistat
Max Temp
dehumidifier
Set Alarm Dehum.
Yes / No
No
Enables the operation of a humidistat.
No / Yes
No
Maximum temperature acceptable of the dehumidifier.
15 - 50
25
Maximum setpoint calculated, acceptable by the dehumidifier.
15 - 50
25
USER
- Pan = Secondary remote zone panel used to control zone 2.
Service Menu -> System definition
Description
Range
Default
Main zone
Defines the main zone of the system in which the remote panel will be used.
1-2
1
Defines the number of zones of the system.
1-2
No
1
Pro4V2,
Pro6V2,
Pro9V2.
Pro6V2
Yes / No
No
HP Model
Photovoltaic Enable
Activation time
Increase time
Max. correction in
heating
Max. correction in
cool.
BMS
TA request delay
ZN1 Definition
Defines the heat pump model combined with the system
(No = no heat pump installed).
Enables the operation combined with a photovoltaic system.
If the photovoltaic production is sufficient, the system sets itself for maximum exploitation of the electricity produced.
Waiting time before activation of the correction.
1 - 120
20
Time interval for the increase or decrease of 1°C of correction.
1 - 20
5
Max correction during central heating mode.
0 - 10
0
Max correction during cooling mode.
-10 - 0
0
Enabling connection to Dominus or System supervisor.
The generator request is made after the set delay.
NO/Domin/
BMS
0 - 600 s
No
0
Defines the zone 1 configuration.
Dir/Mix
--*
ZN1 Probe Enable
Zone 1 optional probe enabling (necessary only with mixed zone 1)
No / Yes
--*
HP disable contact
Enables the disabling contact of the heat pump.
No / Yes
No
TECHNICAL DATA
Zones number
Personalized
value
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Voice menu
65
Service Menu -> System definition
INSTALLER
Voice menu
Description
USER
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Default
0-5
0
0-5
0
0 = Disabled.
1 = Zone 1 in neutral air dehumidification contact.
2 = Zone 2 in neutral air dehumidification contact.
Multifunction relay 1
3 = Zone 1 in cooled air dehumidification contact.
4 = Zone 2 in cooled air dehumidification contact.
5 = Summer/Winter valve contact.
0 = Disabled.
1 = Zone 1 in neutral air dehumidification contact.
2 = Zone 2 in neutral air dehumidification contact.
Multifunction relay 2
3 = Zone 1 in cooled air dehumidification contact.
4 = Zone 2 in cooled air dehumidification contact.
5 = Summer/Winter valve contact.
Enable the pump operation with speed set “Max.speeed” or the modulating
HP pump logic
mode with tracking of the “Modulating” temperature differential.
HP pump min speed Value of minimum speed used in modulating operation.
Max sp /
Modul
40 - 50 %
HP pump max speed Value of maximum speed used in modulating operation.
50 - 100 %
100 %
2 - 20
5
No / Yes
No
50 - 100 %
75 %
0 - 100
0
0 - 100
0
0 - 100
--*
HP pump Delta T
TECHNICAL DATA
Range
Temperature delta to be maintained with modulating operation.
Enables HP operation frequency reduction, the activation of which is conHP Enable power red.
trolled by the relative parameter and the time slot settable from the user menu.
Reduced power
Power percentage in reduction mode.
0 = Disabled.
Parameter 1
1 = Expansion board enabling.
0 = Disabled.
1 = Zone 1 in neutral air dehumidification contact.
2 = Zone 2 in neutral air dehumidification contact.
Parameter 2
3 = Zone 1 in cooled air dehumidification contact.
4 = Zone 2 in cooled air dehumidification contact.
5 = Summer/Winter valve contact.
Parameter 3
Do not use.
Modul
50 %
Parameter 4
Do not use.
0 - 100
--*
Parameter 5
Do not use.
0 - 100
--*
Parameter 6
Do not use.
0 - 100
--*
Parameter 7
Do not use.
0 - 100
--*
Parameter 8
Do not use.
0 - 100
--*
Parameter 9
Do not use.
0 - 100
--*
Parameter 10
Do not use.
0 - 100
--*
Range
Default
(*): the “--” symbol indicates that the function is not available.
Personalized
value
Service Menu -> Thermoregulation
Voice menu
Description
External probe
Defines the external probe connection.
No/OU/Boil./
IU
OU
Ext. probe correction
Zone 1 thermor.
enable
Zone 2 thermor.
enable
Thermoregulation
heat
Thermoregulation
cool
Correction of the external probe value.
-9 - +9
0
Enables operation with the external probe for zone 1.
No / Yes
Yes
Enables operation with the external probe for zone 2.
No / Yes
No
Access to the Central heating temperature control submenu
[...]
[...]
Access to the Cooling temperature control submenu
[...]
[...]
66
Personalized
value
Service Menu -> Thermoregulation -> Thermoregulation heat
Zone 1 Set max flow
Zone 1 external min
temp.
Zone 1 external max
temp.
Zone 2 Set min flow
Zone 2 Set max flow
Zone 2 external min
temp.
Zone 2 external max
temp.
Without the external probe it defines the minimum flow temperature
that can be set by the user. With the external probe present it defines the
minimum flow temperature corresponding to operation with maximum
external temperature.
Without the external probe it defines the maximum flow temperature that
can be set by the user. With the external probe present it defines the maximum flow temperature corresponding to operation with minimum external
temperature.
With the external probe present it defines at what minimum external temperature the system must operate at the maximum flow temperature.
With the external probe present it defines at what maximum external temperature the system must operate at the minimum flow temperature.
Without the external probe it defines the minimum flow temperature that can
be set by the user. With the external probe present it defines the minimum flow
temperature corresponding to operation with maximum external temperature
(not present on the version with one zone).
Without the external probe it defines the maximum flow temperature that can
be set by the user. With the external probe present it defines the maximum flow
temperature corresponding to operation with minimum external temperature
(not present on the version with one zone).
With the external probe present it defines at what minimum external temperature the system must operate at the maximum flow temperature.
With the external probe present it defines at what maximum external temperature the system must operate at the minimum flow temperature.
Range
Default
20 ÷ 85 °C
25
20 ÷ 85 °C
45
-25 - +15 °C
-5
-5 - +45 °C
25
20 ÷ 85 °C
25
20 ÷ 85 °C
45
-25 - +15 °C
-5
-5 - +45 °C
25
Personalized
value
INSTALLER
Zone 1 Set min flow
Description
USER
Voice menu
(*): the “--” symbol indicates that the function is not available.
Service Menu -> Thermoregulation -> Thermoregulation cool
Zone 1 Set max flow
Zone 1 external min
temp.
Zone 1 external max
temp.
Zone 2 Set min flow
Zone 2 Set max flow
Zone 2 external min
temp.
Zone 2 external max
temp.
Without the external probe it defines the minimum flow that can be set by
the user. With the external probe present it defines the minimum flow temperature corresponding to operation with maximum external temperature
Without the external probe it defines the maximum flow that can be set by
the user. With the external probe present it defines the maximum flow temperature corresponding to operation with minimum external temperature
With the external probe present, it defines at what maximum external temperature the system must operate at the minimum flow temperature
With the external probe present, it defines at what minimum external temperature the system must operate at the maximum flow temperature
Without the external probe it defines the minimum flow that can be set by
the user. With the external probe present it defines the minimum flow temperature corresponding to operation with maximum external temperature
(not present on the version with one zone)
Without the external probe it defines the maximum flow that can be set by
the user. With the external probe present it defines the maximum flow temperature corresponding to operation with minimum external temperature
(not present on the version with one zone)
With the external probe present, it defines at what maximum external temperature the system must operate at the minimum flow temperature
With the external probe present, it defines at what minimum external temperature the system must operate at the maximum flow temperature
Range
Default
5 - 25 °C
18
5 - 25 °C
20
20 - 45 °C
25
5 - 45 °C
35
5 - 25 °C
18
5 - 25 °C
20
20 - 45 °C
25
5 - 45 °C
35
Personalized
value
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Zone 1 Set min flow
Description
TECHNICAL DATA
Voice menu
67
Service Menu -> DHW definition
Voice menu
INSTALLER
DHW hysteresis
Description
It establishes at which temperature different must the system activate to
heat the domestic hot water with respect to the set value.
Antilegionella
Enables the anti-legionella function.
Enabling
Antilegio. Time cycle Establishes the time of activation of the anti-legionella function.
Antilegio Day cycle
Establishes the day of activation of the anti-legionella function.
In case of simultaneous system request (heat or cool) and DHW, the heat
Priority
pump works based on precedence or on the DHW or the system (only enabled
with boiler present).
Time after which an alarm is signalled for incomplete DHW (Domestic hot
Max Time DHW
water).
Antilegio. Max Time Time after which an alarm is signalled for incomplete anti-legionella cycle.
The DHW (Domestic hot water) flow temperature is given by the DHW
DHW delivery offset
(Domestic hot water) set + DHW (Domestic hot water) flow offset.
DHW optimization Enabling of the DHW (Domestic hot water) energy optimisation function.
Range
Default
3 - 10 °C
5
Yes / No
No
-- : --
02 : 00
Mon - Sun
Mon
DHW / Sys
DHW
1 - 48 (hours)
5
1 - 48 (hours)
3
0 - 55 °C
10
No / Yes
--*
Range
Default
-25 - +35 °C
-15
Personalized
value
(*): the “--” symbol indicates that the function is not available.
USER
Service Menu -> Integration
Voice menu
Min. temp. of
integration
DHW integration
mode
Concomitant mode
TECHNICAL DATA
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
CH Integration
Description
Temperature threshold below which integration is activated at the heat
pump.
It is possible to select which generator takes care of the dhw mode:
Enabling of conjunction function.
It is possible to select which generator takes care of the heating mode:
Waiting time to reach the setting set before activation of the integration in
room central heating / C.H.
Waiting time to reach the setting set before activation of the integration in
Waiting time DHW
the production of domestic hot water.
DHW priority time It is the maximum time of operation in DHW in case of simultaneous request.
It is the maximum time of operation in central heating in case of simultaneous
CH priority time
request.
If the flow temperature of the heat pumps is lower than the heating-set value
Integration band
minus the activation band divided by 2, then after a period equal to the activation delay time, the supplementary heater will be turned on.
Integration multiplier Changes the integration ignition time in relation to HP ignition.
Waiting time Heating
Reset HP Counter
Reset the number of operating hours of the heat pump.
Reset Integr. Counter Reset hours of operation of the room central heating / C.H. integration.
N.B.: the manual operation is only active with the system in stand-by.
68
0 = HP
1 = HP - I
2 = HP
No / Yes
0 = HP
1 = HP - I
2 = HP
Integ. - I
Yes
Integ. - I
0 - 540’
120’
0 - 540’
60’
0 - 540’
60'
0 - 540’
90'
0 - 20 °C
3
0 - 99
1
Yes / No
No
Yes / No
No
Personalized
value
Service Menu -> Heat pump
Discharge Temp.
Plate exchange
Temp.
Coil temperature
External
temperature
HP Frequency
System Mode req.
Request setpoint to heat pump.
Flow temperature
HP Return temperature
Compressor outlet temperature
°C
Cool.temp. on heat exchanger
Coil temperature
Outside temperature
HP frequency
HP Request mode
Instant outlet temperature from the heat pump.
°C
Instant inlet temperature to the heat pump.
°C
Current heat pump compressor temperature.
°C
Coolant temperature inside the plate heat exchanger.
°C
Coil temperature.
°C
Room temperature (heat pump installation place) °C.
°C
Heat pump frequency.
Hz
INSTALLER
Heat pump set
Unit of
measure
°C
Status of the request to heat pump.
System Mode status
HP Status
Heat pump status.
HP Flowmeter
Flow meter
HP circulator instantaneous speed.
System State
Status parameter
Technical parameter (only for Immergas Assistance).
Integration State
Output status
EEV
Integration state parameter
Output status parameter
Exp.valve position
Technical parameter (only for Immergas Assistance).
Technical parameter (only for Immergas Assistance).
Position of the expansion valve.
Inverter Current
Inverter current
Fan Speed
Fan speed
USER
HP Setpoint
Leaving Water
Temp.
Entering Water
Temp.
Voice menu
Outdoor condensing unit inverter current.
Outdoor condensing unit fan speed.
Audax Pro setpoint
Audax Setpoint
OU revision
OU Board revisions
Heat pump current setpoint.
Information 1
-
-
Information 2
-
-
Information 3
-
-
Information 4
-
-
Information 5
-
-
Information 6
-
-
Information 7
-
-
Information 8
-
-
Access to external unit board revision submenu
Information 9
-
-
Information 10
-
-
Parameter name
OU main board
rev. n.
OU main board rev.
date
OU inverter rev. n.
OU inverter rev.
date
OU eeprom rev. n.
OU eeprom rev.
date
OU interface rev. n.
OU interface rev.
date
Expans. board rev.
(H)
Expans. board rev.
(L)
Voice menu
Service Menu -> Heat pump -> OU revision
Voice menu
UE board rev. no.
Outdoor condensing unit main board firmware revision.
UE board rev. data
Outdoor condensing unit main board firmware data.
UE inverter rev. no.
Outdoor condensing unit inverter board firmware revision.
UE inverter rev. data
Outdoor condensing unit inverter board firmware data.
UE eeprom rev. no.
Outdoor condensing unit EEPROM firmware revision.
UE eeprom rev. data
Outdoor condensing unit EEPROM firmware data.
UE interface rev. no.
Communication board firmware revision.
UE interface rev. data
Communication board firmware data.
Expans.board Rev. (H)
Revision of the expansion board (top part).
Expans.board Rev. (L)
Revision of the expansion board (bottom part).
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Voice menu
Value
TECHNICAL DATA
Parameter name
69
Service Menu -> Manual
INSTALLER
Voice menu
Range
Default
Deaeration enab.
Enables the deaeration function of the system.
Yes / No
No
DHW Three-way
Manual activation of the DHW (Domestic hot water) 3-way.
On / Off
Off
Enable boiler
Flow temp. of the
boiler
Circulator zone 1
Manual activation of the boiler.
Operation / Functioning temperature during manual activation of the
boiler.
Manual ignition of zone 1 circulator pump.
On / Off
Off
25 - 85 °C
25
On / Off
- Off
Off
- Close
Off
- Open
On / Off
Off
On / Off
Off
On / Off
Off
On / Off
Off
0-4
0
0 - 100 %
0%
Mixing valve zone 2
USER
Description
Manual enabling of the mixing valve on zone 2.
Dehumidifier zone 1 Manual ignition of dehumidifier on zone 1.
Air conditioning
Manual ignition of air conditioner on zone 1.
zone 1
Circulator zone 2
Manual zone 2 circulator ignition (present with zone 2 optional kit).
Manual ignition of the zone 2 dehumidifier (present with zone 2 optional
Dehumidifier zone 2
kit).
Heat pump operation override (all controls on the flow and return sensors
are disabled with these modes).
0 - Off.
Manual operation
1 - Test cooling.
2 - Test central heating.
3 - Test cooling with ramp.
HP Pump forcing
4 - Test central heating with ramp.
Enables the circulation pump to be manually overridden at the set speed.
Leaving Water Temp. Heat pump flow temperature.
TECHNICAL DATA
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Entering Water Temp. Heat pump return temperature
70
HP Frequency
Compressor frequency.
HP Flowmeter
Flow meter
0 - 100 Hz
HP circulator
instantaneous
speed
Personalized
value
3.9
PROGRAMMING AND USE
OF THE ZONE REMOTE PANEL.
Zone 1
Zone 2
Trio Pack Hybrid remote panel
Remote zone control
Assistance Menu -> System definition -> Main zone:..............................................1
Assistance Menu -> Device configuration -> Slave address: 42
Assistance Menu -> Zone 1 Definition ->
Remote control enabling: ....................................................................................... NO
Assistance Menu -> Device configuration -> Baud rate: 9600
Assistance Menu -> Zone 2 Definition ->
Remote control enabling: .................................................................................... Panel
INSTALLER
Trio Pack Hybrid remote panel on zone 1 and Remote zone
panel on zone 2.
Assistance Menu -> Device configuration -> Parity bit: Even
Assistance Menu -> Device configuration -> Stop Bits: 1
Assistance Menu -> Device configuration -> Heat pump control: NO
Zone 1
Zone 2
Remote zone control
Trio Pack Hybrid remote panel
Assistance Menu -> Device configuration -> Slave address: 41
Assistance Menu -> System definition -> Main zone:..............................................2
Assistance Menu -> Device configuration -> Baud rate: 9600
Assistance Menu -> Zone 1 Definition ->
Remote control enabling: .................................................................................... Panel
Assistance Menu -> Device configuration -> Parity bit: Even
Assistance Menu -> Zone 2 Definition ->
Remote control enabling: ....................................................................................... NO
Assistance Menu -> Device configuration -> Stop Bits: 1
Assistance Menu -> Device configuration -> Heat pump control: NO
USER
Trio Pack Hybrid remote panel on zone 2 and Remote zone
panel on zone 1.
3.10 RS-485 MODBUS CONVERTER
CONFIGURATION.
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
To ensure communication between the supervision board and the
boiler, check the correct configuration of the DIP-SWITCHES of
the RS-485 Modbus module (Ref. Fig. 54).
ON
2
3
4
5
54
TECHNICAL DATA
1
71
INSTALLER
USER
3.11 FIRST IGNITION PARAMETER
SETTING.
The first served operating mode, in case of contemporaneity, is
decided with the parameter:
During the first activation of the appliance, it is necessary to
customise the following parameters, which concern the generator
operation, the type of outdoor condensing unit and the type of
system connected to the appliance.
The DHW Mode can have a maximum duration, settable with
the parameter:
In the menu
Assistance/System definition
it is possible to modify the heat pump circulator speed by modifying the parameter “HP circ max speed”.
IT IS necessary to adjust the pump speed according to the appliance power, to improve the operating efficiency of the machine.
It is suggested to set the following values:
Trio Pack Hybrid 4: Speed = 60%
Trio Pack Hybrid 6: Speed = 70%
Trio Pack Hybrid 9: Speed = 80%
IT IS also necessary to adjust the speed of the zone pumps according to the type of system present.
This operation must be carried out directly on the relative zone
pump (see Par. 1.25).
The heat pump is equipped with a standard boiler, capable of operating as an alternative to the heat pump for the DHW (Domestic
hot water) and system functions.
Modifying the parameter:
Integration/DHW (Domestic hot water) integration enabling
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
it is decided whether to activate only the heat pump or only the
boiler or both to perform the DHW Mode.
Modifying the parameter:
Integration/DHW (Domestic hot water) wait time
it is decided how long to activate the heat pump and the boiler
alternately.
When the outdoor temp is below:
DHW (Domestic hot water) configuration/Max DHW (Domestic hot water) time
beyond which the alarm is signalled.
The heat pump can manage up to 2 distribution pumps.
To activate the correct number of distribution pumps, modify
the parameter:
System definition/Zone number.
IT IS possible to customise the operation of each individual zone.
Each zone can be enabled for a single operating mode, modifying
the parameter:
Zone 1-2 Definition/Mode.
The system request for each zone can be made from a room thermostat, which must be enabled in the menu:
Zone 1-2 Definition/Enabl. room thermostat
In case a remote device is used to control the requests, it is necessary to modify the parameter:
Zone 1-2 Definition/Enabl. Remote control.
Automatic Vent Function
In the case of new systems and, in particular, for floor systems, it
is very important that de-aeration is performed correctly.
The function consists of the cyclic activation of the pumps and
the 3-way valve.
The function is activated by setting:
User/Enabl. Func. De-aeration = Yes.
De-aeration lasts 9 hours and it can be interrupted by setting:
User/Enabl. Func. De-aeration = No.
Integration/Minimum intgr.temperature
If a dehumidifier is present, it is necessary to modify the parameter:
the boiler activates automatically.
Modifying the parameter:
Zone 1-2 Definition/Enabl. dehumidifiers.
Integration/System integration enabling
it is decided whether to activate only the heat pump or only the
boiler or both to perform the System function.
Modifying the parameter:
Central heating wait time/integr.
TECHNICAL DATA
DHW (Domestic hot water) configuration/ Precedence.
it is decided how long to activate the heat pump and the boiler
or both together.
When the outdoor temp is below:
Integration/Minimum integration temperature
It can happen with the dehumidifier that there are problems in
receiving a too high flow temp. For this reason, dehumidifier ignition can be prevented until the flow water drops below the level:
Zone 1-2 Definition/Max dehumidif. temp.
Furthermore, if the setpoint calculated for the dehumidification
is too high to carry out a request, the alarm is signalled and the
dehumidifier is stopped. This value can be edited through the
parameter:
Zone 1-2 Definition/Set dehumidif. alarm
the boiler activates automatically.
In case a humidistat is used to control the dehumidification requests, it is necessary to modify the parameter:
In case of simultaneous DHW (Domestic hot water) and system
requests, the system alternates the two operating modes according
to the times set in the parameters:
In the presence of a floor system, it is necessary to avoid the formation of condensate in the floor by enabling the use of the dew
temperature calculation:
Integration/DHW (Domestic hot water) preced. time
Zone 1-2 Definition/Enabl. dew point.
Integration/DHW (Domestic hot water) preced. time
It is possible to enable the flow temperature control via the thermoregulation with “room” probe, by modifying the parameter:
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Zone 1-2 Definition/Humidistat.
3.15 PUMP ANTI-BLOCK FUNCTION.
The system flow temp drops (it rises in case of cooling) when the
room temp. approaches the room setpoint. Modulation with room
probe can only be enabled in the presence of a zone remote device.
The hydronic module has a function that starts up the pump at
least once every 24 hours for 30 seconds in order to reduce the
risk of the pump locking up due to prolonged inactivity.
Make sure that the boiler parameter A5 Storage tank DHW (Domestic hot water) activation offset is set to 3
3.16 3-WAY ANTI-BLOCK SYSTEM.
3.12 DHW (DOMESTIC HOT WATER) BOOST
FUNCTION.
The hydronic module has a function that activates the motorised
3-way unit 24 hours after the last time it operated by running a
complete cycle in order to reduce the risk of the 3-way blocking
due to prolonged inactivity.
3.13 ANTI-LEGIONELLA FUNCTION.
The indoor unit is equipped with a function to perform a thermal
shock on the storage tank unit.
This function brings the generator temperature to the maximum
allowed with integrative boiler enabled.
The function is enabled via the menu:
Config. DHW (Domestic hot water)/Anti-legion. enabling.
The function is activated at the time set via the parameter:
Config. DHW (Domestic hot water)/Anti-legion.cycle time.
on the week day set on the menu:
Config. DHW (Domestic hot water)/Anti-legion.cycle day;
The maximum allowed duration of the function corresponds to
the value set in the parameter:
Config. DHW (Domestic hot water)/Max legionella time;
if the function is not completed within the maximum allowed
time, an alarm will be triggered.
IT IS possible to activate the function only with boiler
enabled and eventually a thermostatic valve must be
installed at the DHW outlet to prevent burns.
3.14 HEAT PUMP CIRCULATOR FUNCTION.
In the presence of hydraulic disconnections on the system downstream of the appliance distribution circuit, it is possible to activate
a function that makes it possible to correct the request setpoint to
the generator to approach the set zone setpoint as much as possible.
The corrections can be made either in central heating / C.H. or
in cooling mode.
Activation takes place by setting the parameters:
System definition/Max central heating / C.H. correction
System definition/Max cooling correction
with a value > 0°C.
Following a demand, the correction begins after a time equal to:
System definition/Activation time
and continue by 1°C each:
System definition/Increase time
minutes.
3.18 PHOTOVOLTAIC FUNCTION.
Should the photovoltaic contact (contact “S39” Fig. 20) be closed,
the accumulated DHW is heated to a temperature of 60 °C via
heat pump operation.
In case of simultaneous DHW (Domestic hot water) and system
request, the system will decide which service to satisfy, in order
to ensure the best comfort.
Install a mixing valve at the storage tank outlet.
The operating mode of the heat pump circulator can be defined
via the parameter:
System definition/HP circulator mode,
by setting Max speed the circulator will always work at the speed
defined by the Maximum HP circulator speed;
by setting Modul the circulator will work at variable speed between the values defined by the Maximum HP circulator speed
and Minimum HP circulator speed with regulation logics aimed
at minimising consumption and ensure the temperature delta
between flow and return defined by the HP circulator T Delta
parameter.
USER
DHW (Domestic hot water)/Boost Function
3.17 SYSTEM SETPOINT CORRECTION
FUNCTION.
3.19 ZONE 2 SAFETY THERMOSTAT
FUNCTION.
In case of zone 2 installation, the safety thermostat installed on the
flow branch runs a check on the zone flow temperature; if the limit
is exceeded, the mixing valve closes leaving the circulator running.
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MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Integration/Enable DHW (Domestic hot water) integration
and enabling the function by modifying the parameter:
TECHNICAL DATA
In order to activate the DHW (Domestic hot water) BOOST function, it is necessary to enable the boiler by changing the parameter:
INSTALLER
Zone 1-2 Definition/Room probe modul.
INSTALLER
3.20 CONJUNCTION MODE.
In case of simultaneous DHW (Domestic hot water) and system
request, the system decides which to service to perform on the
basis of an alternating logic determined by the system.
It is possible to modify this logic, so that the system simultaneously
deals with both services, using the generators available.
IT IS possible to activate operation in this mode by modifying
the parameter:
Integration/Conjunction mode.
3.21 HEAT PUMP DISABLING FUNCTION.
With a closed contact (contact “S43” Fig. 20) the heat pump operation is inhibited. No request will be met, excluding the safety
functions.
To enable this function, it is necessary to modify the parameter:
USER
System definition/Contact Disab. HP = Yes
3.22 DIVERTER VALVE MANAGEMENT
(SUMMER / WINTER) (OPTIONAL).
Valid only in conjunction with relay kit 2.
3.25 OUTDOOR CONDENSING UNIT TEST
MODE FUNCTION.
When test mode is used (see Outdoor condensing unit instruction booklet), the indoor unit must be set in a mode other than
“Stand-by”.
The alarm 183 is triggered during the test, meaning “Test mode”
in progress.
3.26 OUTDOOR CONDENSING UNIT PUMP
DOWN FUNCTION.
If the pump down function is used (see outdoor condensing unit
instruction booklet) the indoor unit must be set in “Stand-by”.
The function can only be activated if the appliance is not under
alarm.
3.27 SUPERVISION DEVICE
CONFIGURATION.
The appliance can be configured so that it can be controlled by
the external supervision devices such as Dominus or other types
of home automation systems (not supplied by Immergas).
For the configuration, it is necessary to modify the parameter:
System definition/System supervision.
TECHNICAL DATA
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
The unit electronics has a 230V outlet to manage the
summer / winter diverter valves.
The voltage output is active when the appliance is in SUMMER
mode with Cooling.
3.23 EXTERNAL PROBE SETTING
(OPTIONAL).
To activate the optional external probe, it is necessary to modify
the parameter:
System definition/Temperature control/External probe.
If the temperature probe is particular far from the indoor unit, it
is possible to correct its value by modifying:
System definition/Temperature control/External probe correct.
3.24 MANUAL DRIVES
In the menu:
Assistance/Manual
it is possible to manage all the main appliance loads in manual
mode.
These parameters must be used in case of system troubleshooting.
To correctly activate the functions, it is necessary to set the system
in “stand-by”.
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It is not possible to configure both devices simultaneously.
Vent
- Check the integrity of the storage tank / cylinder magnesium
anode.
- Check tightness of the assembly elements (screws, bolts, plugs,
structure elements, etc.).
- Check that the system is in good condition.
- Check for water leaks or oxidation from/on the fittings.
- Perform a visual check to make sure that the safety and control
devices have not been tampered with and in particular, the regulator probe, the expansion vessel and the safety valve.
- In case of hard water it is advisable to remove the lime scale from
the storage tank / cylinder at least once a year.
- Service the boiler according to the guidelines in the relative
instruction book.
- Service the heat pump (if present) according to the guidelines
in the relative instruction book.
Any air present in the system must be bled:
- upon start-up (after filling)
- if necessary, e.g. in the event of breakdown.
Replacing the anode
The anode (c2) present in the storage tank must be replaced every
year, as shown below.
3.29 DECOMMISSIONING.
INSTALLER
3.28 YEARLY MAINTENANCE.
USER
In the event of permanent system shutdown, contact professional
staff for the procedures and ensure that the electrical, water and
gas supply lines are shut off and disconnected and that the solar
collector (if present) is covered.
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
c2
TECHNICAL DATA
c1
c2
c1
55
75
4
TECHNICAL DATA TABLES.
The following data refers to product data.
Nominal data for low temperature applications (A7/W35) *
Nominal central heating output
Absorption
COP
Nominal data for low temperature applications (A35/W18) *
Nominal cooling output
Absorption
EER
Trio Pack
Hybrid 4
Trio Pack
Hybrid 6
Trio Pack
Hybrid 9
kW
kW
kW/kW
4.40
0.85
5.18
6.00
1.22
4.92
9.00
1.87
4.81
kW
kW
kW/kW
5.00
1.09
4.59
6.50
1.47
4.42
8.70
2.11
4.12
4.20
1.09
3.85
5.40
1.51
3.58
8.60
2.33
3.69
3.60
1.11
3.24
4.70
1.44
3.26
6.50
1.95
3.33
3.90
1.32
2.95
4.80
1.81
2.65
8.00
2.73
2.93
Nominal data for intermediate temperature applications (A7/W45) **
Nominal central heating output
kW
Absorption
kW
COP
kW/kW
Nominal data for intermediate temperature applications (A35/W7) **
Nominal cooling output
kW
Absorption
kW
EER
kW/kW
Nominal data for medium temperature applications (A7/W55) ***
Nominal central heating output
kW
Absorption
kW
COP
kW/kW
* Central heating mode status: heat exchanger water inlet/remains at 30 °C/35 °C, outdoor air temperature 7 °C db/6 °C wb. Performance in compliance with EN 14511.
Cooling mode status: heat exchanger water inlet/remains at 23 °C/18 °C, outdoor air temperature 35 °C. Performance in compliance
with EN 14511.
* Central heating mode status: heat exchanger water inlet/remains at 40 °C/45 °C, outdoor air temperature 7 °C db/6 °C wb.
*** Cooling mode status: heat exchanger water inlet/remains at 12 °C/7 °C, outdoor air temperature 35 °C. Performance in compliance
with EN 14511.
TECHNICAL DATA
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
USER
INSTALLER
4.1
TECHNICAL DATA.
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Appliance data.
°C
°C
°C
l
l
bar
bar
l/h
kPa
kPa
85
20-85
5-25
32.4
5.8
1
3
500
53.1
11
°C
kPa
bar
l
bar
l
10-60
30
8
8
3
156.9
V/Hz
W
-
Single-phase, 230Vac, 50Hz
190
≤ 0.20 - Det. 3
IPX5D
UI Ambient temperature range in summer mode
UI Ambient temperature range in winter mode
UI Ambient temperature range in winter mode (with antifreeze
kit)
°C
°C
+10 - +40
-5 - +35
°C
-15 - +35
Cooling outdoor temperature (operating field)
Central heating / C.H. outdoor temperature (operating field)
Domestic hot water outdoor temperature (operating field)
Domestic hot water outdoor temperature with DHW integration
resistance (operating field)
°C
°C
°C
+10 .. +46
-25 .. +35
-25 .. +35
°C
-25 .. +46
Empty UI weight
Full UI weight
Weight of empty boiler
Weight of full boiler
UI Weight + empty boiler
UI Weight + full boiler
kg
kg
kg
kg
kg
kg
93
280.5
32.0
33.8
125
314.3
Domestic hot water adjustable temperature
Domestic hot water circuit min. dynamic pressure
Maximum domestic hot water circuit pressure
DHW expansion vessel volume
DHW expansion vessel pre-charged pressure
Water content in the storage tank unit
UI Electrical connection
Absorption without additional loads
EEI value
Equipment electrical system protection
INSTALLER
950x2200x350 - 975x2110x365
USER
mm
Trio Pack
Hybrid 9
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Dimensions of Internal Unit
(Width x Height x Depth) Solar - Domus
Maximum heating temperature
Adjustable central heating temperature (operating field)
Cooling adjustable temperature (operating field)
Water content
System expansion vessel volume
System expansion vessel pre-charged pressure
Hydraulic circuit max. operating pressure
Minimum circulation flow rate
Head available with 1000 l/h flow rate
Head available with 2000 l/h flow rate
Trio Pack
Hybrid 6
TECHNICAL DATA
Trio Pack
Hybrid 4
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INSTALLER
4.2
TRIO PACK HYBRID 4 PRODUCT FICHE (IN COMPLIANCE WITH REGULATION
811/2013).
For proper installation of the appliance refer to chapter 1 of this
booklet (for the installer) and current installation regulations.
For proper maintenance refer to chapter 3 of this booklet (for
the maintenance technician) and adhere to the frequencies and
methods set out herein.
TRIO PACK HYBRID 4
USER
TRIO PACK HYBRID 4
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
4
5
5
4
5
5
4
5
5
58
58
TECHNICAL DATA
56
78
57
Parameter
ηWH (energy efficiency)
V40 (water mixed at 40°C)
Unit
Value
%
l
125
182
Annual energy consumption for the central heating mode (QHE)
Room central heating seasonal efficiency (ηs)
Nominal heat output
Value
Colder zones
Average zones
Hotter zones
kWh\year
ηs %
kW
2771
139
4
2237
182
5
1127
234
5
Value
Colder zones
Average zones
Hotter zones
kWh\year
ηs %
kW
3891
98
4
3150
128
5
1750
150
5
INSTALLER
Low temperature (30/35).
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
TECHNICAL DATA
Annual energy consumption for the central heating mode (QHE)
Room central heating seasonal efficiency (ηs)
Nominal heat output
USER
High temperature (47/55).
79
Average temperature table (47/55) average zones.
USER
INSTALLER
Model
TRIO PACK HYBRID 4
Air/water heat pump
yes
Low temperature heat pump
no
Water/water heat pump
no
With additional central heating device
no
Brine/water heat pump
no
Mixed central heating device with heat pump:
yes
The parameters are declared for average temperature application, except for low temperature heat pumps. The parameters for low temperature
heat pumps are declared for low temperature application
The parameters are declared for average climatic conditions
Element
Symbol Value Unit
Nominal
Nominal heat output
5.00
kW
output
Central heating capacity declared with a partial load and indoor temperature equivalent to 20°C and outdoor temperature Tj
Tj = – 7 °C
Pdh
4.4
kW
Element
Symbol Value Unit
Room central heating seasonal energy
ηs
128
%
efficiency
Performance coefficient declared with indoor temperature equivalent to
20°C and outdoor temperature Tj
Tj = – 7 °C
COPd
2.10
-
Tj = + 2 °C
Pdh
2.7
kW
Tj = + 2 °C
COPd
3.10
-
Tj = + 7 °C
Pdh
1.7
kW
Tj = + 7 °C
COPd
4.46
-
Tj = + 12 °C
Pdh
1.9
kW
Tj = + 12 °C
COPd
5.72
-
Tj = bivalent temperature
Pdh
4.4
kW
Tj = bivalent temperature
COPd
2.10
-
Tj = operating limit temperature
for air/water heat pumps:
Tj = – 15 °C (if TOL < – 20 °C)
Pdh
4.2
kW
COPd
1.51
-
Pdh
-
kW
COPd
-
-
Bivalent temperature
Tbiv
-7
°C
TOL
-10
°C
Pcych
-
kW
Tj = operating limit temperature
for air/water heat pumps:
Tj = – 15 °C (if TOL < – 20 °C)
for air/water heat pumps: Operating limit
temperature
Cycle intervals efficiency
COPd
-
-
Cdh
0.9
-
Water heating temperature operating limit
WTOL
55
°C
24
kW
Central heating capacity cycle intervals
Degradation coefficient
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Different mode of energy consumption from the active mode
Additional central heating device (Victrix Tera 24 Plus)
OFF mode
POFF
0.004
kW
Thermostat mode off
PTO
0.014
kW
Standby mode
PSB
0.014
kW
Guard heating mode
PCK
0.000
kW
Nominal heat output
Psup
Type of energy supply voltage
gas
Other items
Capacity control
For air/water heat pumps: nominal air
output to outside
VARIABLE
Indoor/outdoor sound level
LWA
58
Annual energy consumption
QHE
3150
dB For water or brine/water heat pumps:
kWh nominal flow of brine or water, outdoor
or GJ heat exchanger
-
2400
m3\h
-
-
m3\h
For mixed central heating appliances with a heat pump
Water central heating energy efficiency
ηwh
125
%
Qelec
3.92
kWh
Daily fuel consumption
Qfuel
-
kWh
AEC
816
kWh
Annual fuel consumption
AFC
-
GJ
Stated load profile
Daily electrical power consumption
Annual energy consumption
TECHNICAL DATA
Contact information
80
L
Immergas S.p.A. via Cisa Ligure n.95
For proper installation of the appliance refer to chapter 1 of this
booklet (for the installer) and current installation regulations.
For proper maintenance refer to chapter 3 of this booklet (for
the maintenance technician) and adhere to the frequencies and
methods set out herein.
TRIO PACK HYBRID 6
INSTALLER
TRIO PACK HYBRID 6 PRODUCT FICHE (IN COMPLIANCE WITH REGULATION
811/2013).
5
6
6
5
6
6
5
6
6
60
60
58
59
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
USER
TRIO PACK HYBRID 6
TECHNICAL DATA
4.3
81
Parameter
INSTALLER
ηWH (energy efficiency)
V40 (water mixed at 40°C)
Unit
Value
%
l
118
182
Low temperature (30/35).
Annual energy consumption for the central heating mode (QHE)
Room central heating seasonal efficiency (ηs)
Nominal heat output
Value
Colder zones
Average zones
Hotter zones
kWh\year
ηs %
kW
3305
140
5
2673
182
6
1258
235
6
Value
Colder zones
Average zones
Hotter zones
kWh\year
ηs %
kW
4856
94
5
3707
131
6
1947
151
6
High temperature (47/55).
TECHNICAL DATA
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
USER
Annual energy consumption for the central heating mode (QHE)
Room central heating seasonal efficiency (ηs)
Nominal heat output
82
Average temperature table (47/55) average zones.
Air/water heat pump
yes
Low temperature heat pump
no
Water/water heat pump
no
With additional central heating device
no
Brine/water heat pump
no
Mixed central heating device with heat pump:
yes
The parameters are declared for average temperature application, except for low temperature heat pumps. The parameters for low temperature
heat pumps are declared for low temperature application
The parameters are declared for average climatic conditions
Symbol Value Unit
Nominal
Nominal heat output
6.00
kW
output
Central heating capacity declared with a partial load and indoor temperature equivalent to 20°C and outdoor temperature Tj
Tj = – 7 °C
Pdh
5.3
kW
Element
Symbol Value Unit
Room central heating seasonal energy
ηs
131
%
efficiency
Performance coefficient declared with indoor temperature equivalent to
20°C and outdoor temperature Tj
Tj = – 7 °C
COPd
2.00
-
Tj = + 2 °C
Pdh
3.2
kW
Tj = + 2 °C
COPd
3.23
-
Tj = + 7 °C
Pdh
2.1
kW
Tj = + 7 °C
COPd
4.47
-
Tj = + 12 °C
Pdh
1.9
kW
Tj = + 12 °C
COPd
5.72
-
Tj = bivalent temperature
Pdh
5.3
kW
Tj = bivalent temperature
COPd
2.00
-
Tj = operating limit temperature
for air/water heat pumps:
Tj = – 15 °C (if TOL < – 20 °C)
Pdh
5.0
kW
COPd
1.80
-
Pdh
-
kW
COPd
-
-
Bivalent temperature
Tbiv
-7
°C
TOL
-10
°C
Pcych
-
kW
Tj = operating limit temperature
for air/water heat pumps:
Tj = – 15 °C (if TOL < – 20 °C)
for air/water heat pumps: Operating limit
temperature
Cycle intervals efficiency
COPd
-
-
Cdh
0.9
-
Water heating temperature operating limit
WTOL
55
°C
24
kW
Central heating capacity cycle intervals
Degradation coefficient
Different mode of energy consumption from the active mode
USER
Element
Additional central heating device (Victrix Tera 24 Plus)
OFF mode
POFF
0.004
kW
Thermostat mode off
PTO
0.014
kW
Standby mode
PSB
0.014
kW
Guard heating mode
PCK
0.000
kW
Nominal heat output
Psup
Type of energy supply voltage
gas
Other items
Capacity control
For air/water heat pumps: nominal air
output to outside
VARIABLE
Indoor/outdoor sound level
LWA
60
Annual energy consumption
QHE
3707
dB For water or brine/water heat pumps:
kWh nominal flow of brine or water, outdoor
or GJ heat exchanger
-
2580
m3\h
-
-
m3\h
For mixed central heating appliances with a heat pump
Water central heating energy efficiency
ηwh
118.0
%
Qelec
4.14
kWh
Daily fuel consumption
Qfuel
-
kWh
AEC
865
kWh
Annual fuel consumption
AFC
-
GJ
Stated load profile
Annual energy consumption
Contact information
L
Immergas S.p.A. via Cisa Ligure n.95
TECHNICAL DATA
Daily electrical power consumption
INSTALLER
TRIO PACK HYBRID 6
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Model
83
INSTALLER
4.4
TRIO PACK HYBRID 9 PRODUCT FICHE (IN COMPLIANCE WITH REGULATION
811/2013).
For proper installation of the appliance refer to chapter 1 of this
booklet (for the installer) and current installation regulations.
For proper maintenance refer to chapter 3 of this booklet (for
the maintenance technician) and adhere to the frequencies and
methods set out herein.
TRIO PACK HYBRID 9
USER
TRIO PACK HYBRID 9
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
7
8
8
8
9
9
7
8
8
64
64
TECHNICAL DATA
60
84
61
Parameter
ηWH (energy efficiency)
V40 (water mixed at 40°C)
Unit
Value
%
l
98
219
Annual energy consumption for the central heating mode (QHE)
Room central heating seasonal efficiency (ηs)
Nominal heat output
Value
Colder zones
Average zones
Hotter zones
kWh\year
ηs %
kW
5234
138
8
3900
177
9
1863
241
9
Value
Colder zones
Average zones
Hotter zones
kWh\year
ηs %
kW
7108
94
7
5103
127
8
2708
155
8
INSTALLER
Low temperature (30/35).
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
TECHNICAL DATA
Annual energy consumption for the central heating mode (QHE)
Room central heating seasonal efficiency (ηs)
Nominal heat output
USER
High temperature (47/55).
85
Average temperature table (47/55) average zones.
USER
INSTALLER
Model
TRIO PACK HYBRID 9
Air/water heat pump
yes
Low temperature heat pump
no
Water/water heat pump
no
With additional central heating device
no
Brine/water heat pump
no
Mixed central heating device with heat pump:
yes
The parameters are declared for average temperature application, except for low temperature heat pumps. The parameters for low temperature
heat pumps are declared for low temperature application
The parameters are declared for average climatic conditions
Element
Symbol Value Unit
Nominal
Nominal heat output
8.00
kW
output
Central heating capacity declared with a partial load and indoor temperature equivalent to 20°C and outdoor temperature Tj
Tj = – 7 °C
Pdh
7.1
kW
Element
Symbol Value Unit
Room central heating seasonal energy
ηs
127
%
efficiency
Performance coefficient declared with indoor temperature equivalent to
20°C and outdoor temperature Tj
Tj = – 7 °C
COPd
1.76
-
Tj = + 2 °C
Pdh
4.3
kW
Tj = + 2 °C
COPd
3.23
-
Tj = + 7 °C
Pdh
2.8
kW
Tj = + 7 °C
COPd
4.62
-
Tj = + 12 °C
Pdh
2.6
kW
Tj = + 12 °C
COPd
5.88
-
Tj = bivalent temperature
Pdh
7.1
kW
Tj = bivalent temperature
COPd
1.76
-
Tj = operating limit temperature
for air/water heat pumps:
Tj = – 15 °C (if TOL < – 20 °C)
Pdh
4.9
kW
COPd
1.35
-
Pdh
-
kW
COPd
-
-
Bivalent temperature
Tbiv
-7
°C
TOL
-10
°C
Pcych
-
kW
Tj = operating limit temperature
for air/water heat pumps:
Tj = – 15 °C (if TOL < – 20 °C)
for air/water heat pumps: Operating limit
temperature
Cycle intervals efficiency
COPd
-
-
Cdh
0.9
-
Water heating temperature operating limit
WTOL
55
°C
24
kW
Central heating capacity cycle intervals
Degradation coefficient
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Different mode of energy consumption from the active mode
Additional central heating device (Victrix Tera 24 Plus)
OFF mode
POFF
0.004
kW
Thermostat mode off
PTO
0.014
kW
Standby mode
PSB
0.014
kW
Guard heating mode
PCK
0.000
kW
Nominal heat output
Psup
Type of energy supply voltage
gas
Other items
Capacity control
For air/water heat pumps: nominal air
output to outside
VARIABLE
Indoor/outdoor sound level
LWA
64
Annual energy consumption
QHE
5103
dB For water or brine/water heat pumps:
kWh nominal flow of brine or water, outdoor
or GJ heat exchanger
-
2580
m3\h
-
-
m3\h
For mixed central heating appliances with a heat pump
Water central heating energy efficiency
ηwh
98
%
Qelec
8.26
kWh
Daily fuel consumption
Qfuel
-
kWh
AEC
1706
kWh
Annual fuel consumption
AFC
-
GJ
Stated load profile
Daily electrical power consumption
Annual energy consumption
TECHNICAL DATA
Contact information
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PARAMETERS FOR FILLING IN THE
PACKAGE FICHE.
Should you wish to install an assembly starting from the Trio Pack
Hybrid package, use the package fiche shown in (Fig. 63).
To complete it properly, fill the relevant spaces (as shown in the
package fiche facsimile Fig. 63) with the values referred to in the
tables of the paragraphs “Parameters to fill in the low temperature
package fiche (30/35)”, “Parameters to fill in the average temperature package fiche (47/55)”.
The remaining values must be obtained from the technical data
sheets of the products used to make up the assembly (e.g. solar
devices, integration heat pumps, temperature controllers).
Use board (Fig. 63) for “assemblies” related to the central heating
mode (e.g.: heat pump + temperature controller).
Since the product is standard supplied with a temperature controller, the package fiche must always be
completed.
INSTALLER
4.5
Facsimile for filling in the package fiche for room central heating systems.
From temperature
control board
Seasonal central heating energy efficiency
(in %)
Supplementary hydronic module
From the hydronic module board
(
-
‘I’
) x
Solar contribution
From the board of the solar device
( ‘III’ x
+ ‘IV’ x
) x 0.45 x (
"II"
-
=
Classification of the
tank
A* = 0.95, A = 0.91,
B = 0.86, C = 0.83,
D-G = 0.81
Efficiency of the
manifold (in %)
Volume of the
tank (in m3)
Dimensions of the
manifold (in m2)
+
=
/ 100) x
+
Room central heating seasonal energy efficiency of the assemble in average
climate conditions
2
3
4
5
%
USER
Class I = 1 %, Class II = 2 %,
Class III = 1.5 %, Class IV = 2 %,
Class V = 3 %, Class VI = 4 %,
Class VII = 3.5 %, Class VIII = 5 %
Temperature control
%
%
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
1
‘I’
Room central heating seasonal energy efficiency of the heat pump
%
%
Room central heating seasonal energy efficiency class of the assemble in average
climate conditions
G
F
E
D
C
B
A
A+
A++
A+++
TECHNICAL DATA
< 30 % ≥ 30 % ≥ 34 % ≥ 36 % ≥ 75 % ≥ 82 % ≥ 90 % ≥ 98 % ≥ 125 %≥ 150 %
Room central heating seasonal energy efficiency in colder and hotter climate conditions
Colder:
5
- ‘V’ =
%
Hotter:
5
+ ‘VI’ =
%
The energy efficiency of the set of products indicated in this sheet may not reflect the actual
energy efficiency after installation since such efficiency is affected by additional factors,
such as the heat loss in the distribution system and the size of the products compared to
the size and features of the building.
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87
Parameters to fill in the low temperature package fiche (30/35).
Trio Pack Hybrid 4
INSTALLER
Parameter
Colder zones
Average zones
Hotter zones
139
*
6.68
2.61
182
*
5.35
2.09
334
*
5.35
2.09
Colder zones
Average zones
Hotter zones
140
*
5.35
2.09
182
*
4.45
1.74
235
*
4.45
1.74
Colder zones
Average zones
Hotter zones
138
*
3.34
1.31
177
*
2.97
1.16
241
*
2.97
1.16
"I"
"II"
"III"
"IV"
Trio Pack Hybrid 6
Parameter
"I"
"II"
"III"
"IV"
Parameter
"I"
"II"
"III"
"IV"
* to be determined according to Regulation 811/2013 and transient
calculation methods as per Notice of the European Community
no. 207/2014.
TECHNICAL DATA
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
USER
Trio Pack Hybrid 9
88
Parameters to fill in the average temperature package fiche
(47/55).
Trio Pack Hybrid 4
Parameter
Colder zones
Average zones
Hotter zones
98
*
6.68
2.61
128
*
5.35
2.09
150
*
5.35
2.09
Colder zones
Average zones
Hotter zones
94
*
5.35
2.09
131
*
4.45
1.74
151
*
4.45
1.74
Colder zones
Average zones
Hotter zones
94
*
3.82
1.49
127
*
3.34
1.31
155
*
3.34
1.31
"I"
"II"
"III"
"IV"
Trio Pack Hybrid 6
Parameter
"I"
"II"
"III"
"IV"
Trio Pack Hybrid 9
Parameter
"I"
"II"
"III"
"IV"
* to be determined according to Regulation 811/2013 and transient
calculation methods as per Notice of the European Community
no. 207/2014.
Room central heating system package fiche.
Room central heating seasonal energy efficiency of the heat pump
Class I = 1 %, Class II = 2 %,
Class III = 1.5 %, Class IV = 2 %,
Class V = 3 %, Class VI = 4 %,
Class VII = 3.5 %, Class VIII = 5 %
Temperature control
From temperature
control board
-
Classification of the
tank
A* = 0.95, A = 0.91,
B = 0.86, C = 0.83,
D-G = 0.81
%
) x 0.45 x (
/ 100 ) x
4
=
+
%
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Efficiency of the
manifold (in %)
Volume of the
tank (in m3)
+ ____ x
%
3
- _____ ) x _____ =
Solar contribution
From the board of the solar device
Dimensions of the
manifold (in m2)
+
USER
(
%
2
Seasonal central heating energy efficiency of the
room (%)
Supplementary hydronic module
From the hydronic module board
( ____ x
______
INSTALLER
1
5
Room central heating seasonal energy efficiency of the assemble in
average climate conditions
%
Room central heating seasonal energy efficiency class of the assemble in average climate conditions
G
< 30 %
F
E
D
C
B
A
A+
A++
A+++
≥ 30 % ≥ 34 % ≥ 36 % ≥ 75 % ≥ 82 % ≥ 90 % ≥ 98 % ≥ 125 % ≥ 150 %
5
Colder:
- ____ =
%
5
Hotter:
+ ____ =
TECHNICAL DATA
Room central heating seasonal energy efficiency in colder and hotter climate conditions
%
The energy efficiency of the set of products indicated in this sheet may not reflect the actual
energy efficiency after installation since such efficiency is affected by additional factors, such as
the heat loss in the distribution system and the size of the products compared to the size and
features of the building.
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89
90
91
immergas.com
Immergas S.p.A.
42041 Brescello (RE) - Italy
Tel. 0522.689011
Fax 0522.680617
Code 1.1.046086ENG - rev. ST.005654/000 - 06/21
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Key Features

  • Hybrid heat pump
  • Central heating
  • Air conditioning
  • Domestic hot water production
  • Anti-legionella function
  • Remote control
  • Zone control (optional)
  • Energy efficiency

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What is the difference between a hybrid heat pump and a traditional heating system?
A hybrid heat pump combines a condensing boiler with a heat pump. The heat pump operates efficiently at moderate temperatures, while the boiler takes over when temperatures are extremely low, ensuring optimal performance in all conditions.
How does the anti-legionella function work?
The anti-legionella function heats the water in the storage tank to a high temperature (over 60°C) to eliminate bacteria. This function is programmed directly on the panel and is important for ensuring safe hot water usage.
Can I connect additional components to the Immergas 3.031709?
Yes, you can connect additional components like room thermostats, humidity probes, and zone control panels for more precise and personalized temperature management in different areas of your home.
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