ADAPT Parasol b

ADAPT Parasol b
ADAPT Parasol b
Energy-saving comfort module for Swegon’s WISE
System for demand-controlled ventilation
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Quick facts
Quick guide
►► Comfort modules for demand-controlled ventilation and
Swegon’s WISE system.
Primary airflow:
Up to 85 l/s
Pressure range:
50 to 150 Pa
►► Energy-efficient operation since the room is ventilated,
heated and cooled exactly as called for by the load,
neither more or less.
Total cooling capacity:
Up to 2,055 W
Heating capacity:
Water: Up to 2,700 W
►► Highest possible comfort with provision for individual
control on the product or at room level.
►► Waterborne cooling energy and waterborne or electric
heat
Electric: Up to 1,000 W
Size:
600 and 1200 with adapters for
a number of ceiling systems
►► Draught-free indoor climate, 4-way air distribution and
Swegon’s ADC (Anti Draught Control) provide maximum comfort and flexibility both today and for future
needs.
►► Simple installation, commissioning and maintenance.
Complete product with all components and accessories installed from the factory.
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Flexibility
The easily adjustable nozzles in combination with Swegon’s ADC (Anti Draught Control) offer maximum flexibility for future changes in the room layout. All sides of
the unit can be set independently of one another and
this enables the comfort module to distribute more air or
less air to each of the four sides and deliver the air in the
preferred direction in the room.
Design
The face plate of the ADAPT Parasol is available in three
different perforation patterns. As standard, the face plate
has round perforations arranged in a triangular pattern
however other optional patterns are available to special
order.
ADAPT Parasol comfort module
The ADAPT Parasol is based on a standard Parasol but is
equipped with functions for demand control of the indoor
climate. Available as single and two-module units:
Sizes:
600x600; 600x1200
Modules:
Supply air and cooling
Supply air, cooling and heating (water)
Supply air, cooling and heating (electric)
Installation:
Flush mounting in suspended ceiling
Function
The essential function of the comfort modules is closely
related to that of climate beams. The major difference
is that comfort modules distribute air in four directions
instead of two. This maximizes the area for the induction
of room air with the supply air which enables the modules
to deliver a high capacity without occupying more ceiling
space than necessary. The comfort modules are also optimized to quickly mix the supplied air with the room which
provides better comfort in the room. In heating applications, this technique also ensures heat is conveyed along
the ceiling in a better way.
Draught-fee indoor climate
The ADAPT Parasol distributes air in four directions at low
air velocity. The low air velocity is created by distributing air cooler than room temperature over a large area.
The special design of the outlet creates a turbulent flow
enabling the supply air to be quickly mixed with the room
air. The comfort module’s closed design with a circulation
opening for recirculated air in the face plate of the module
also contributes to its excellent mixing performance.
The ADAPT Parasol is available in the following coil/heat
exchanger variants:
Variant A: Supply air and waterborne cooling energy from coil.
Variant B: Supply air, waterborne cooling energy and heat from coil.
Variant X: Supply air, waterborne cooling energy and heat from electric heating elements.
Demand-controlled indoor climate
Demand-controlled ventilation involves ventilating and
conditioning the air in a room precisely to meet our needs
– no more and no less. The potential for savings is substantial, especially in premises where there is considerable
variation between low and high load conditions in rooms
and during times when there are few or no occupants which is the case in many premises. Offices for example
have in many cases an occupancy rate of less than 50 %!
The ADAPT Parasol combines the best attributes from two
worlds – demand-controlled ventilation with all its potential for savings combined with the comfort module’s high
capacity and performance for air conditioning rooms. All
this packaged in one compact unit is simple to install.
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Figure 3. Variant X: Supply air and heating operation with electric
heating elements (also includes cooling function)
Figure 1. Variant A: Cooling and supply air operation
1 = Primary air
2 = Induced room air
3 = Primary air mixed with chilled room air
1 = Primary air
2 = Induced room air
3 = Primary air mixed with heated room air
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Figure 2. Variant B: Heating and supply air operation (includes
also cooling operation)
1 = Primary air
2 = Induced room air
3 = Primary air mixed with heated room air
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Compact and intelligent unit
The ADAPT Parasol is supplied as a compact and intelligent unit in which the damper and control equipment is
integrated into the product. Only the power supply and
possible connection to a main control system need to be
wired from the module.
The sensor module, which is a vital part of the product, is
a combined presence detector and a temperature sensor.
Its default location is within the face plate, however it can
also be mounted on a wall.
The package together with its intelligent control system
where numerous adaptations can be made, contribute to
making the product very flexible and future proof.
As an example, it is noteworthy that all the units can
operate as master or slave, simply adjustable by changing
a parameter together with repositioning an RJ cable. This
means that in the event an open-plan office, for example,
is divided up into office cells, the extra work involved in
adapting the product to the new operating conditions is
minimized.
Range of Application
The ADAPT Parasol is ideal as a standard application in
the following typical premises:
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Offices and conference rooms
Classrooms
Hotels
Restaurants
Hospitals Shops
Shopping centres
With its numerous possible settings, the functions of the
ADAPT Parasol can easily be adapted to new businesses
or changes in the design of the premises.
Simple to install
The ADAPT Parasol’s small compact units are designed to
fit the most common modular ceiling dimensions and this
makes them simple to install. The small dimensions offer
benefits in handling, especially at the building site, with
easier installation and reduced health and safety issues.
ADAPT Parasol PlusFlow
If you need both high cooling capacity and high airflows,
then the ADAPT Parasol 600/1200 PF is the right choice.
ADAPT Parasol PF installed in a conference room, for
instance, can reduce the number of installed products by
50%.
The module can handle large airflows and at the same
time has the same high cooling and heating capacity as a
standard ADAPT Parasol, of course with maintained high
level of comfort in the room.
Market-standardised modular dimensions
The products available to order have modular dimensions
to fit the standardised 600, 625 and 675 mm centre-tocentre ceiling dimensions. There are also mounting frames
for plasterboard ceilings as well as solutions for clip-in
type ceilings.
Always in stock
High capacity
With its high capacity, the ADAPT Parasol utilizes
40-50% less ceiling area for handling the cooling energy
demand in a normal office, compared with a traditional
climate beam.
The ADAPT Parasol’s standard variants with the most
common functions are available from stock to keep delivery times short.
Simple to adjust
By means of built-in nozzle regulation with numerous
possible settings, the ADAPT Parasol offers optimum comfort and can be easily adapted to meet a change in room
size or operations conducted inside the premises. The
comfort module can be set so that different air volumes
are diffused on each side and can be set for both high
and low airflows.
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All components in the product can be installed directly from the factory
Electrical connections
All factory-fitted components
are wired to wiring terminals.
Transformer
Pressure sensor
Motor for
damper blade.
Valves and actuators
for cooling and
heating.
ADC
(-40° to +40° angle).
Can be preset from the
factory.
Controller.
Preconfigured from
the factory
VOC or CO2 sensor.
Sensor module with
temperature and
presence detector.
Adjustable nozzle setting on all four sides.
Preset from the factory
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Figure 4. All components in the product can be installed directly from the factory.
* temperature measurement from the sensor module mounted in the face-plate is not recommended in the case of heating.
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ADAPT Parasol
Figure 5.
Component of the WISE system
The ADAPT Parasol is a component of Swegon’s WISE
System for demand-controlled ventilation.
Via the SuperWISE, a communication unit, which, via
Modbus RTU, ties all the components in the WISE system
together, ADAPT Parasol communicates with other WISE
products in the system and all the way up to the GOLD air
handling unit.
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One of the advantages with the ADAPT Parasol is that
the pressure in the nozzles can be kept at a high level,
and this means controlled throw lengths, high capacity
and maintained Coanda effect of the air regardless of the
operating conditions.
The Swegon CONTROL Zone damper is used for maintaining constant pressure in the zone.
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Demand-controls the climate in the room
• Stepless regulation of the airflow as required – temperature or the air quality.
• If an air quality sensor is used, it overrides the temperature sensor.
• Same stepless function regardless of whether it concerns one product in an individual-room office or several products in an open-plan office or a conference room.
• Besides ventilating in an efficient way, the room temperature is regulated by means of both waterborne and airborne
cooling.
• Can advantageously discharge heated air from the ceiling – all in one product
• Can be combined with radiators or floor heating – the product then takes this into consideration and regulates the
room temperature in an energy-efficient way, for example by increasing the airflow on increased heat demand.
Selection of sequence, Water / Air
• T he control sequence involves prioritising waterborne cooling before airborne cooling
• For an occupied room, the airflow is steplessly regulated between min. and max. depending on the room temperature (or the air quality if an air quality sensor is used).
• If the room needs to be cooled, ensure first that the airflow generates sufficient pressure in the module which
will allow the water valve to open. The reason for this is to ensure comfort in the room, i.e. to prevent cold down
draughts from the product.
• After that the water valve is allowed to open to supply chilled air to cool the room. If there is still a cooling demand
when the cooling valve is fully open, the built-in air damper opens to cool more with air.
Flow
Water / Air
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2
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Max. occupancy flow
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Min. P cooling valve
Min. occupancy flow
Valve 100% open
Vacancy flow
Valve 0% open
Occupancy with cooling demand
Figure 6.
1. Occupancy – temperature rises
2. The room temperature reaches level for cooling demand – air damper opens in order to reach minimum pressure
which alllows cooling valve to open.
3. Cooling valve is allowed to open
4. Cooling valve is fully open but there is still a cooling demand in the room – the air damper opens in order to cool
with more air
5. Cooling valve and air damper fully open
6. The temperature reaches the room set point; the damper and valve close
= Water
= Air
= Room temperature
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Selection of sequence, Air / Water
• T he control sequence involves prioritising airborne cooling before waterborne cooling
• For an occupied room, the airflow is steplessly regulated between min. and max. depending on the room temperature (or the air quality if an air quality sensor is used).
• If there is a cooling demand, the air damper first steplessly opens to the fully open position; if a cooling demand
remains the water valve also opens.
Flow
Water / Air
1
2
3
5
4
Max. occupancy flow
Min. occupancy flow
Valve 100% open
Vacancy flow
Valve 0% open
Occupancy with cooling demand
= Water
= Air
Figure 7.
= Room temperature
1. Occupancy – temperature rises
2. Room temperature reaches level for cooling demand – air damper opens
3. Cooling valve is fully open but cooling is still required in the room – the valve opens in order to cool with water
4. Air damper and water valve fully open
5. The temperature reaches the room set point; the damper and valve close
Sequence, Air quality
Flow / Air
1
2
4
3
Max. occupancy flow
Min. occupancy flow
Vacancy flow
Occupancy with increased airflow to improve air quality
= Air
Figure 8.
= Room temperature
1. Occupancy – CO2 / VOC content rises
2. CO2 / VOC content reaches the permissible upper limit value – the air damper steplessly opens
3. Fully open air damper
4. CO2 / VOC content reaches the permissible lower limit value – the air damper closes
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Operating mode
Depending on the status of connected sensors, the
controller adjusts the outputs from any of several possible
operating conditions.
The operating conditions based on occupancy in the
room, the status of the sensor in use or signals from a
main control system are described below.
Operating modes
There are numerous functions in the ADAPT Parasol:
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Occupancy mode.
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No occupancy mode.
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Stand-by, idle mode.
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Emergency mode.
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Emergency mode
In the event of a fire alarm, the controller opens or closes
the air damper in the extract air duct, depending on how
the control system is set. In the Emergency mode, cooling and heating are switched off. Supply air is normally
switched off.
Holiday.
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Stand-by, idle mode
When the control system registers that a window is open,
the controller switches over to the Stand-by mode. When
the window is closed, the controller switches over to the
Occupancy mode. The controller is in the Stand-by mode,
the room temperature is kept above 10°C (frost protection).
The Emergency mode can only be managed in control
systems that are connected to a main control system via
Modbus RTU.
Commissioning.
Summer night cooling.
Commissioning level
The “First open” function involves having the water valves
open while the installation work is in progress, which
simplifies filling, pressure testing and venting the water
system
The function will be automatically deactivated after
approx. 6 minutes while the system is energised.
A clicking noise can be heard when the valves and dampers change over to the NC mode (normally closed) and
the normal control function is activated.
Further particulars of the commissioning mode can be
read in the description of the sensor module on page 12.
No occupancy mode
When the No occupancy mode function is active, the
system automatically switches over to the energy-save
mode. The system returns to the Occupancy mode and
normal operation when occupancy is registered again.
In the energy-save mode/no occupancy mode, the valve
actuator is controlled to regulate the chilled water flow
or hot water flow according to the status on other sensors in the room, but normally with a greater permissible
deadband from the temperature setpoint for cooling or
heating than in the occupancy mode, whilst the air is
controlled to the min. flow setting.
Summer night cool
The function involves the use of cold air from outdoors
for cooling the room at night to the predefined level.
The function can only be handled in the control system
that is connected to a main control system via Modbus
RTU.
Holiday.
When the Holiday operating mode is active, the system
automatically switches over to the energy-save mode just
as in the case of the No Occupancy mode, but with scope
for allowing further greater temperature differential. Controlled from a main control system.
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Occupancy mode
When the ADAPT Parasol receives signals via presence
detector that someone is in the room, the valve actuator
for chilled water or heating water as the case may be is
controlled according to the selected temperature setpoint
for cooling or heating associated with this operating
mode. The airflow is controlled to the preselected occupancy flow, but is influenced of course by sensors such
as condensation sensors, temperature sensors, window
contacts, air quality sensors, if required, etc.
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Functions
SWICCT:
Change over
The function involves the use of only one valve actuator
which should be wired to the cooling output terminal.
This actuator then controls both the heating water and
the chilled water, which is transported in the same pipe.
An external temp. sensor should be used and this component should take measurements on the pipe through
which water always circulates.
In winter, when heating is required, the valve opens if
the water in the pipe is warmer than the temperature set
point. If the water is colder, the valve does not open.
In summer, when cooling is required, the valve opens if
the water in the pipe is colder than the temperature set
point.
GT1
GT2
RE
External temperature sensor use
Change over temperature
Not used
Room temperature
Change over temperature
Temperature (read only)
Window contact NO
Window contact NC
Figure 10.
Exercising of valves
The function involves exercising the water valves regularly
by means of automatic control equipment to prevent
them from seizing or becoming stuck. During the exercising process, all the valves wired to the controller open to
the max. setting for 6 minutes and then close. The valves
of the cooling system are exercised first; after that the
valves of the heating system are exercised.
Frost protection
The function involves starting heating operation at 10°C
to prevent the risk of damage that otherwise could occur
due to freezing.
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Room
Figure 9.
• 2-pipe system with chilled water in the summer and
heated water in the winter
• GT1 is located where heated or chilled water always
circulates
• Summer: If the room temperature T2 is higher than
the water temperature T1 the valve opens if there is a
cooling demand.
• Winter: If the room temperature T2 is lower than the
water temperature T1 the valve opens if there is a heating demand.
• GT1 is wired to the controller as an external temperature sensor.
• In the SWICCT or SuperWISE, the operator has enter a
setting in the controller indicating that the sensor is to
be used for Change-Over operation.
• GT2 is the temperature sensor that is mounted in the
Sensor module
• The valve actuator should be wired to the cooling
output of the controller.
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Specific nozzle settings
To specify optimised nozzle settings, always begin from the side
where the cooling water connections are located. From there,
proceed in a counter-clockwise direction and specify side after
side. See Figures 11 and 12. If you like, you can order the units
preset from the factory (does not apply to units held in stock).
K-factors for each side can be obtained from Tables 2-5 or
from the installation instructions on the Internet, however
the easiest way to do this is in ProSelect where you can
quickly test various variants.
Nozzle setting
The unique built-in nozzle control in the ADAPT Parasol
makes it possible to individually set each one of the four
sides. Depending on the unit’s location and the room’s
primary air requirement, the primary air can be guided
in all desired directions. The direction of the airflow can
be easily optimized using the Swegon ProSelect sizing
program that is available from www.swegon.com.
The required nozzle setting is preset from the factory, but
if required it can be simply changed at the site.
Figure 11. Top view, Pages 1 – 4 Figure 12. Top view, Pages 1 – 4
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A
A
B
B
B
A
Figure 13. Example 1.
A = 2.1 l/s, B = 15.4 l/s
Each nozzle setting has a specific K-factor. A total K-factor for the unit can be determined by adding together
the K-factors for the nozzle settings on each side. The
relevant K-factor for optimized nozzle setting can also be
obtained in ProSelect.
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B
K-factor
A
Figure 14. Example 2.
A = 5.7 l/s, B = 15.25 l/s
Example 1:
Nozzle setting LHLH produces the lowest possible No
Occupancy flow (sides 1 + 3 open). This produces a min.
flow/No Occupancy flow of 4.2 l/s and a max. flow of 35
l/s at pi = 70 pa
Example 2:
If it is instead more important to obtain the highest possible max. flow/capacity, the nozzles should be set to the
HHHH position, i.e. fully open on all sides. A higher max.
flow will then be obtained, however the No Occupancy
flow will consequently also be slightly higher.
Figure 15. Nozzle setting
These adjustments are only different settings on the
same physical product which makes the unit very flexible
and adaptable, particularly together with the integrated
software.
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The sensor module
The sensor module consists of a presence detector and a
temperature sensor in the same unit.
This component is mounted as standard in the face plate
on the ADAPT Parasol but it can also be ordered as an
accessory for wall mounting, and in that case either
recessed in a standard electrical component box or
surface-mounted on the wall.
By pressing the appropriate buttons on the sensor
module, you can adjust the temperature in the room, set
the ADAPT Parasol to the commissioning mode and read
the alarm list.
6 light-emitting diodes indicate in the normal mode which
temperature level has been selected. If an error occurs,
the current alarm is shown as a series of flashes that are
translatable using an alarm list.
Use an RJ12 cable to connect the sensor module to the
controller.
The floor area covered by the presence detector is approx.
24 m2 if it is mounted at a height of 2.7 metres above the
floor and in parallel with the floor.
Entering temperature adjustments
To lower the temperature setting, press
down the left-hand
button.
To raise the temperature setting,
press down the
right-hand button.
Each diode corresponds to a one degree increase or decrease of
the set point. The base setting of temperatures is entered in
SWICCT or SuperWISE
Presence detector
Diodes for temperature,
commissioning or alarm
indication
Figure 18. The CABLE CONVERTER USB-RJ12 (RS485) cable can
be easily used for connecting a computer to the module for e.g.
entering software settings. The cable can be connected either
to a socket on the rear of the Sensor module as illustrated, or
directly to the controller. How this is done is described in the
SWICCT user's manual.
Function buttons
Diode-indicating function
- Green = Ok
- Flashing Green = Condensation alarm
- Yellow = Alarm
- Green/Yellow = Comfort alarm (not acute)
Temperature sensor
Figure 16. Sensor module viewed from the front
ON
1 2
3 parallel RJ12 ports (Modbus) for connecting a
controller for instance, another sensor module or
computer by means of Cable converter USB-RJ12
Addressing the sensor module. 10 sensor modules can
be connected to each master unit. Each one must have
its own unique address in order to work.
Switch for termination resistance. Set Switch 1 to the
ON position for the last sensor module in the loop.
Figure 17. Sensor module viewed from rear
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SWICCT
SWICCT (SWegon Indoor Climate Configuration Tool) is the software that makes the entering of settings into the controller a simple task.
Here you can make all the necessary settings for the Product, for example:
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Base settings for temperature
how to use external sensors, e.g. for air quality
Airflows
Commissioning
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SWICCT can be downloaded from www.swegon.se; both the software and a separate manual.
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Typical installations:
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GP
2
2
2
GP
GP
GP
x3
3
RE
RE
1
1
4
5
3
6
4
6
5
Figure 19. Typical room 1 shows ADAPT Parasol in an office
room
Extract air via transfer air grille (balance at zone level)
Figure 20. Typical room 2 shows ADAPT Parasol in an office room
Supply and extract air in balance.
1. ADAPT Parasol comfort module with supply air, cooling and
heating
• Pressure sensor
• Communication unit/controller
• Damper with motor.
2. CONTROL Zone damper
3. Extract air diffuser
4. Cooling water and heating water
5. Extract air via transfer air grille to the corridor
6. External sensor module (occupancy and temperature sensor)
1. ADAPT Parasol comfort module with supply air and
cooling
• Pressure sensor
• Presence detector
• Temperature sensor
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
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• Communication unit/controller
• Damper with motor.
CONTROL Zone damper
Chilled water
Extract air via ADAPT Damper slave-controlled from ADAPT
Parasol
Grill or fully opened extract air register (EXC)
Sound attentator CLA/SORDO
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ADC
All comfort modules are supplied with ADC air deflectors.
ADC stands for Anti Draught Control, which enables you
to set the diffusion pattern of the air being distributed
to avoid risk of draught. A number of ADC sections with
four air deflectors per section are arranged on each side
of the unit. Each section is adjustable from a straight setting to 40° air deflection to the right or left in increments
of 10°. This offers enormous flexibility and can be easily
adjusted without affecting the
sound level and the static pressure. The water capacity is
reduced by 5% –10% when the ADC is adjusted to ”fanshape”.
-40°
0°
+40°
Figure 22. Possible settings for the ADC, Fan shape
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0°
+40°
Figure 23. Possible settings for the ADC, X-shape
Figure 21. ADC, setting range from -40° to +40° in increments
of 10°
0°
Figure 24. Possible settings for the ADC, Straight airflow setting
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Installation
Condensation-free cooling
Since the comfort modules have to be designed to operate without condensation, no drainage system is required.
Recommended types of ceiling
The ADAPT Parasol is designed to fit in most T-Bar and
Clip-in type ceiling systems in terms of length and width.
To guarantee a quality finish in T-Bar ceiling system, we
recommend T profiled sections with a width of 24 mm.
To wire the electric heating elements
The wiring instructions are available at www.swegon.com
and are called ADAPT Parasol-X-m.
Suspension
The ADAPT Parasol has four mounting brackets for
suspension, and is installed using a threaded rod in each
mounting bracket (Figure 28.) A double threaded rod
with a thread lock should be used if there is substantial
distance between the overhead slab and the unit.
The threaded rods and SYST MS M8 assembly pieces
(Figure 29) must be ordered separately.
Connection dimensions
Water
Without valves:
Cooling, plain end (Cu)
Ø 12 x 1.0 mm
Heating, plain end (Cu)
Ø 12 x 1.0 mm
With factory-fitted valves:
Cooling
Male threads, DN15 (1/2”)
Heating
Male threads, DN15 (1/2”)
Air
Air connection piece
Ø 125 mm
Connection frame, variant PF
Ø 160 mm
To connect air
ADAPT Parasol is supplied as standard with an open air
connection on the right-hand side (viewed from the end
where the water is connected).
Overheating protection
The ADAPT Parasol with electric heating is equipped with
two thermal overheat protections. The protection, with
automatic reset, switches out the heating elements (the
zero conductor) when the temperature exceeds 60 °C.
When the temperature has dropped to 50 °C the protection closes the circuit again and reenergizes the heating
elements. If the temperature instead rises to 75 °C after
the first overheat protection has tripped, the second
manually resettable overheat protection will kick in and
will also switch off the phase conductor to the heating
element.
To reset the overheat protection the perforated face plate
should first be removed. The red reset button is situated
between the air heater and the end panel through which
the cooling water pipes are installed. After the overheat
protection has been reset, click the faceplate back into
place.
CE marking
The ADAPT Parasol with electric heating is CE marked in
accordance with applicable requirements. The CE Declaration of Conformity is available at our website: www.
swegon.com.
The air connection piece is mounted on delivery for connection to the primary air duct (see Figure 27). A cover is
factory-fitted to the left-hand air connection; however it
can be easily moved to the other side if the air connection
piece is to be fitted to the left.
To connect the water pipes
Connect the water pipes using push-on couplings or
clamping ring couplings if the product is ordered without
valves. Note that clamp ring couplings require support
sleeves inside the pipes.
Do not use couplings that have to be brazed for connection of the water pipes. High temperatures can damage
the unit’s existing solders. Flexible connection hoses for water are available for both
plain ends as well as valves and should be ordered separately.
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Figure 25. Water connections with factory-fitted valves
(An ADAPT Parasol 1200 is shown in the example)
Figure 28. Suspension of a two-module unit
ADAPT Parasol b
Figure 29. Assembly piece SYST MS M8-1, ceiling mount and
threaded rod
Figure 26. Water connections without factory-fitted valves
(An ADAPT Parasol 1200 is shown in the example)
ØA
Figure 30. All controll equipment is gathered on the same side to
simplify the work during installation and service.
Controller and pressure sensor are mounted to a bracket easy
removable by loosing two screws, see arrows.
Figure 27. Air connection piece
Variant
ADAPT Parasol 600
ADAPT Parasol 600 PF
ADAPT Parasol 1200
ADAPT Parasol 1200 PF
A = Ø 125 mm
A = Ø 160 mm
A = Ø 125 mm
A = Ø 160 mm
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Technical data
Recommended limit values
Pressure levels
Total cooling capacity, max.
2,055 W
Working pressure, coil, max.
Heating capacity, water, max.
Heating capacity, electric, max.
2,700 W
1,000 W
Test pressure, coil, max.
2,400 kPa *
* Applies to module without installed control equipment
Airflow
Single-module units
Two-module units
7 – 34 l/s
7 – 85 l/s
Recommended lowest nozzle pressure if
coil heat is used, pi70 Pa
Length
Single-module units
584; 592; 598; 617; 623; 642; 667 mm
Two-module units
1,184; 1,192; 1,198; 1,242; 1,248; 1,292; 1,342 mm
Width
584; 592; 598; 617; 623; 642; 667 mm
Height
ADAPT Parasol 600
ADAPT Parasol 600 PF
ADAPT Parasol 1200
ADAPT Parasol 1200 PF
220 mm
250 mm
220 mm
250 mm
Dimensions of the units have a tolerance of (±2) mm.
Nozzle pressure
1,600 kPa *
50-150 Pa
Recommended lowest nozzle pressure with
the face plate in the high capacity position, pi 70 Pa
Water flow
Ensures evacuation of any air pockets in the system.
Cooling water, min.
0.030 l/s
Heating water, min.
0.013 l/s
Temperature differentials
Chilled water, temperature increase
2–5K
Heated water, temperature decrease
4 – 10 K
Temperature differences are always expressed in Kelvin (K).
Flow temperature
Chilled water**
Heated water, max.
Power consumption
Power consumption for dimensioning transformer:
Actuator
6 VA
Damper motor
2 VA*
Controller
1 VA*
Sensor Module
1 VA*
60ºC
** Chilled water must always be kept at a level that ensures
that no condensation will form.
Designations
P
Capacity (W)
* Allways included in product
tl
Temperature of the primary air (ºC)
tr
Temperature of the room air (°C)
Example A:
tm
Mean water temperature (°C)
∆Tm
Temperature differential tr- tm (K)
∆Tl
Temperature differential tl- tr (K)
∆Tk
Temperature differential between the cooling water inlet flow and return (K)
∆Tv
Temperature differential between the heating water inlet flow and return (K)
v
Water velocity (m/s)
q
Flow (l/s)
p
Pressure drop (Pa)
∆p
Pressure drop (Pa)
ADAPT Parasol 1192-B-HF; 6+2+1+1 = 10 VA
6 VA for cooling OR heating actuator as the normally operate
in sequence.
Example B:
ADAPT Parasol 1192-B-HF; 6+6+2+1+1 = 16 VA
For Radiator Heat and Cold draught protection, means 6+6 VA
for actuators as they don´t operate in sequences.
Supplementary index: k = cooling, v = heat, l = air, i = commissioning, corr = correction
Nozzle pressure (commissioning pressure)
pl = (ql / kpl) 2
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ql Flöde primärluft (l/s)
kpl Pressure drop constant for nozzle setting, see Tables 1–4
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Cooling
Corrected capacity – water flow
Default
The cooling capacities have been measured in conformance with EN 15116 Standard and have been recalculated
for a constant water flow according to Diagram 2/3.
Different water flow rates to some extent have effects
on the capacity output. By checking obtained water flow
against Diagrams 2 or 3, the capacity indicated in Tables
1 – 4 may need to be slightly adjusted up or down.
Pcorr = k · Pk
Calculating formulae – Cooling
Below are formulae that enable the user to calculate what
comfort module is best suited for the application. The
values for the calculations can be taken from the tables.
Pressure drop in cooling coil
Pcorr
Corrected capacity (W)
k
Correction factor
Pk
Cooling capacity of the water
Diagram 2. Corrected capacity – Water flow, ADAPT
Parasol 600
∆pk = (qk / kpk) 2
∆pk Pressure drop in cooling coil (kPa)
qk
Flow of chilled water (l/s), see Diagram 1
kpk
Pressure drop constant for cooling coil, see Tables 1–4
Cooling capacity of the air
Pl = 1.2 · ql · ∆Tl
Pl
Primary air cooling capacity (W)
ql
Primary airflow (l/s)
∆TlTemperature difference between primary air (tl)
and room air (tr) (K)
Pk Cooling capacity of the water (W)
qk Chilled water flow (l/s)
Diagram 3. Corrected capacity – Water flow, ADAPT
Parasol 1200
∆Tk Temperature difference between chilled water
supply and return flows (K)
Diagram 1. Water flow – Cooling capacity
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Cooling capacity of the water
Pk = 4186 · qk · ∆Tk
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Diagram 4. Pressure drop – Water flow, Cooling
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Table 1. Cooling capacity, ADAPT Parasol 600
Nozzle
pressure
Nozzle
setting
1)
Primary
airflow
rate
Sound
level,
dB(A) 2)
6
(l/s)
50 Pa
70 Pa
90 Pa
Cooling capacity of
primary air (W) for ∆Tl
8
10
12
Cooling capacity of the water (W)
for ∆Tmk 3)
6
7
8
9
10
11
Pressure drop
constant
air/water
kpl
kpk
LLLL
7.2
<20
52
69
86
104
196
226
258
287
319
348
1,01
0,0200
LHLH
13,4
<20
96
129
161
193
258
300
338
380
422
464
1,89
0,0200
HHHH
19,6
20
141
188
235
282
278
324
370
415
461
502
2,77
0,0200
LLLL
8,5
<20
61
82
102
122
228
266
304
338
376
413
1,01
0,0200
LHLH
15,9
24
114
153
191
229
303
352
396
444
492
540
1,89
0,0200
HHHH
23,2
25
167
223
278
334
326
379
431
483
534
581
2,77
0,0200
LLLL
9,6
20
69
92
115
138
255
297
335
377
418
460
1,01
0,0200
LHLH
18,0
28
130
173
216
259
333
386
439
492
544
592
1,89
0,0200
HHHH
26,3
29
189
252
316
379
363
420
477
534
590
636
2,77
0,0200
Table 2. Cooling capacity, ADAPT Parasol 600 PF
Nozzle
pressure
Nozzle
setting
1)
Primary
airflow
rate
(l/s)
Sound
level,
dB(A)
2)
6
8
10
12
6
7
8
9
10
11
kpl
kpk
50 Pa
LLLL
22,1
23
212
265
318
159
214
251
285
323
360
395
3,13
0,023
LHLH
27,9
27
268
335
402
201
243
281
323
366
408
447
3,95
0,023
HHHH
33,7
27
324
404
485
243
261
306
352
393
439
485
4,76
0,023
90 Pa
Cooling capacity of the water (W)
for ∆Tmk 3)
Pressure drop
constant
air/water
LLLL
26,2
28
252
314
377
189
263
308
352
392
437
481
3,13
0,023
LHLH
33
31
317
396
475
238
288
337
386
436
485
534
3,95
0,023
HHHH
39,8
32
382
478
573
287
310
362
415
467
520
573
4,76
0,023
LLLL
29,7
31
285
356
428
214
301
351
395
445
494
543
3,13
0,023
LHLH
37,5
35
360
450
540
270
325
380
434
488
543
597
3,95
0,023
HHHH
45,2
36
434
542
651
325
342
400
462
520
578
636
4,76
0,023
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2) Room attenuation = 4 dB
3) The specified capacities are based on operation in the high capacity mode. Operation with the face plate set to the normal position reduces the water capacity of the ADAPT Parasol 600 by about 5% and that of the ADAPT Parasol 1200 by about 10 %.
The water capacity can vary depending on installation and how the airflow deflectors are set. The primary air capacity is not
affected.
N.B! The total cooling capacity is the sum of the airborne and waterborne cooling capacities.
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70 Pa
Cooling capacity of
primary air (W) for ∆Tl
ADAPT Parasol b
Table 3. Cooling capacity, ADAPT Parasol 1200
Nozzle
pressure
Nozzle
setting 1)
Primary
airflow
rate
Sound
level,
dB(A) 2)
Cooling capacity of
primary air (W) for ∆Tl
Cooling capacity, water (W)
for ∆Tmk 3)
6
8
10
12
6
7
8
9
10
kpl
kpk
94
125
156
187
383
444
504
570
630
1,84
0,0220
(l/s)
50 Pa
70 Pa
90 Pa
LLLL
13.0
<20
Pressure drop constant, air/water
LHLH
29,4
22
212
282
353
423
499
580
653
733
806
4,16
0,0220
HHHH
35,6
26
256
342
427
513
520
596
678
753
827
5,04
0,0220
LLLL
15,4
20
111
148
185
222
432
500
574
641
708
1,84
0,0220
LHLH
34,8
26
251
334
418
501
557
646
733
813
899
4,16
0,0220
HHHH
42,2
29
304
405
506 608
580
663
753
842
922
5,04
0,0220
LLLL
17,5
<20
126
168
210
252
471
544
624
696
768
1,84
0,0220
LHLH
39,5
29
284
379
474
569
603
697
790
875
966
4,16
0,0220
HHHH
47.8
32
344
459
574
688
627
715
810
904
989
5,04
0,0220
Table 4. Cooling capacity, ADAPT Parasol 1200 PF
Nozzle
pressure
Nozzle
setting 1)
Primary
airflow
rate
Sound
level,
dB(A) 2)
Cooling capacity of primary air (W) for ∆Tl
Cooling capacity, water (W)
for ∆Tmk 3)
6
8
6
10
12
7
8
9
10
kpl
(l/s)
50 Pa
70 Pa
90 Pa
Pressure drop constant, air/water
kpk
LLLL
40,6
25
292
390
487
585
353
409
465
520
576
5,74
0,022
LHLH
53,8
25
387
516
646
775
393
460
522
583
644
7,61
0,022
HHHH
59,6
26
429
572
715
858
411
475
538
601
664
8,42
0,022
LLLL
48,0
30
346
461
576
691
418
484
548
613
683
5,74
0,022
LHLH
63,7
30
459
612
764
917
468
539
611
688
759
7,61
0,022
HHHH
70,4
32
507
676
845
1014
481
554
634
707
787
8,42
0,022
LLLL
54,5
33
392
523
654
785
469
541
612
690
760
5,74
0,022
LHLH
72,2
34
520
693
866
1040
521
600
685
763
848
7,61
0,022
HHHH
79,9
36
575
767
959
1151
535
615
703
791
870
8,42
0,022
1) For particulars on the sizing of alternative nozzle settings, use Swegon's ProSelect sizing program available at www.swegon.com
2) Room attenuation = 4 dB
3) The specified capacities are based on operation in the high capacity mode. Operation with the face plate set to the normal position reduces the water capacity of the ADAPT Parasol 600 by about 5% and that of the ADAPT Parasol 1200 by about 10 %.
The water capacity can vary depending on installation and how the airflow deflectors are set. The primary air capacity is not
affected.
N.B! The total cooling capacity is the sum of the airborne and waterborne cooling capacities.
Table 5. Cooling capacity for natural convection
Unit (mm)
Cooling capacity (W) for temperature differential, room - water
∆Tmk (K)
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
ADAPT Parasol 600
17
21
25
29
34
39
43
ADAPT Parasol 1200
41
51
61
72
83
95
107
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Calculation example – cooling
A cellular office having dimensions w × d × h = 2.4 × 4
× 2.7 m is to be fitted with a comfort module. The total
cooling demand is estimated to be 50 W/m2 To meet this
cooling load, an ADAPT Parasol that will generate 50 x
2.4 x 4 = 480 W is required.
Design room temperature (tr) 24°C, cooling water temperature (inlet flow/return) 14°/16°C and primary air
temperature (tl) 16°C generates:
∆Tk= 2 K
∆Tmk= 9 K
∆Tl = 8 K
The required primary air flow to the room (ql) has been
determined to be 16 l/s. A zone damper ensures that the
pressure in the duct should be kept at a constant of at 70 Pa.
The sound level from the unit must not exceed 30 dB(A).
Solution
ADAPT Parasol b
Cooling
The cooling capacity of the primary air can be calculated
using the following formula: Pl = 1,2 · ∆Tl · ql
Pl = 1.2 · 8 · 16 = 154 W
The ADAPT Parasol comfort module should therefore be
able to generate 480 – 154 = 326 W in cooling capacity
on the water side.
In Table 1 we can read that one 592 x 592 mm ADAPT
Parasol with LHLH nozzle settings for a primary air flow
of 16 l/s generates 444 W in cooling capacity on the
water side. This is thus sufficient for meeting the cooling
demand in the room.
At the same time, this nozzle configuration makes it possible to save a large air volume when the module operates
in the No occupancy mode, which in this case involves 4.6
l/s.
As an alternative, the nozzles can be set to the HHHH settings. This then delivers more air when the room is unoccupied (less savings) but an over capacity of air volume
and cooling to utilise if, for example, there are often
visitors to the office.
Chilled water
With the cooling capacity requirement of 326 W for the
cooling water, obtain in Diagram 1 the required water
flow. With a temperature increase of ∆Tk= 2 K the water
flow will be 0.039 l/s.
In Diagram 2 we can read that a water flow of 0.039 l/s
does not produce a fully turbulent outflow, but that the
capacity must be corrected by a reduction factor of 0.97.
The loss of capacity can be compensated by calculating
the comfort module's required cooling capacity as follows: Pk = 326 / 0.97 = 336 W.
A new water flow can be obtained from Diagram 1, qk =
0.040 l/s.
The pressure drop for the heating water is calculated on
the basis of a water flow of 0.040 l/s and pressure drop
constant kpk = 0.020, which is taken from Table 1.
The pressure drop can now be read to be 4.0 kPa from
Diagram 4.
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Heating
Heating function
The comfort module’s capability of quickly mixing the primary air with the room air, makes the ADAPT Parasol ideally suited for managing both cooling and heating. Heating premises with air heated above room temperature
delivered from the ceiling is, in other words, an excellent
alternative to traditional radiator heating solutions. Some
of the benefits achieved include lower installation costs,
simpler installation and perimeter walls free from piping
and radiators. When the ADAPT Parasol is set to maintain
a high nozzle pressure, there will be a certain heating
capacity, even with low airflow conditions or while the
module is operating during weekends, for instance, when
the flow is reduced for a longer period.
Electric heating
The ADAPT Parasol variant with electric heating utilizes
electric heating elements instead of heating water. The
tubular heating elements, situated inside the heating
water pipes of the coil, heat the circulated air that passes
through the coil. Radiant heat constitutes only a small
part of the total heating capacity
The ADAPT Parasol with electric heating is available in
two capacity variants, see the table below. N.B.! For 1200
modules only.
Variant
P (W)
Imax(A)
X1
500
2.2
X2
1000
4,3
Regardless of the type of heating system installed, it is
important to consider the operative temperature in a
room. Most people are comfortable when the operative temperature in winter is in between 20–24°C. The
optimum comfort requirements are normally met when
the room temperature is 22°C. This means that in a room
with a cold perimeter wall, the air temperature must be
higher than 22°C to compensate for the radiant cooling.
In new buildings with normal insulated perimeter walls
and normal standards of window glazing, the difference
between the room air temperature and the operative
temperature is small. But for older buildings with worse
windows, it may be necessary to raise the air temperature
to compensate for the chilling effect. Different operating
scenarios can be simulated easily using the Swegon ProClim Web software where both the room air temperature
and operative temperature are specified.
Supplying heated air from the ceiling results in some
stratification of the air. For a supply flow temperature
of max. 40°C, the stratification is non-existent, while at
60°C it can be around 4 K in the occupied zone. This only
applies during the warming-up phase, when the room is
unused and there is no internal load. When the room is in
use, the lighting is on, a computer is running and occupants are in the room, the stratification will decrease or
disappear depending on the heating energy demand.
When heating with the ADAPT Parasol, it is advisable to
use an external temperature sensor or an extra sensor
module in the room.
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Calculation formulae - waterborne heating
Below are formulae that enable the user to calculate what comfort module is best suited for the application. The values for the
calculations are specified in Tables 6 – 9.
The cooling or heating capacity of the air
Pl = 1.2 · ql · ∆Tl
Pl
The cooling or heating capacity of the air (W)
ql
Primary airflow (l/s)
Heating capacity of the water
P v = 4186 · qv · ∆Tv
Pv Heating capacity of the water (W)
qv Heating water flow (l/s)
∆Tv Temperature difference between the heating
water supply flow and return flow (K)
∆TlTemperature difference between primary air (tl)
and room air (tr) (K)
Diagram 5. Water flow - heating capacity
Pressure drop for heating circuit
∆pv = (qv / kpv) 2
∆pv Pressure drop in heating circuit (kPa)
qv Heating water flow (l/s), see Diagram 6
kpv Pressure drop constant for heating circuit, see Tables 6 – 9
ADAPT Parasol b
Diagram 6. Pressure drop – Water flow, Heating
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Table 6 – Heating capacity, ADAPT Parasol 600
Nozzle
pressure
Nozzle setting
50 Pa
70 Pa
90 Pa
1)
Primary
airflow
(l/s)
Sound
level
Heating capacity, water (W)
for DTmv 3)
dB(A) 2)
5
10
15
20
25
30
kpl
kpv
LLLL
7.2
<20
101
202
303
401
501
601
1,01
0,0241
LHLH
13,4
<20
132
264
388
515
637
762
1,89
0,0241
HHHH
19,6
20
142
285
420
556
688
819
2,77
0,0241
Pressure drop constant,
air/water
LLLL
8,5
<20
116
235
350
466
583
698
1,01
0,0241
LHLH
15,9
24
148
297
439
585
726
867
1,89
0,0241
HHHH
23,2
25
161
320
471
626
775
924
2,77
0,0241
LLLL
9,6
20
130
257
386
514
641
769
1,01
0,0241
LHLH
18,0
28
163
323
480
635
788
943
1,89
0,0241
HHHH
26,3
29
173
347
513
677
841
1002
2,77
0,0241
Table 7 - Heating capacity, ADAPT Parasol 600 PF
Nozzle
pressure
50 Pa
70 Pa
90 pa
Nozzle setting
Heating capacity, water (W) for DTmv
3)
1)
Primary
airflow
(l/s)
Sound
level
Pressure drop constant,
air/water
dB(A) 2)
5
10
15
20
25
30
kpl
kpv
LLLL
22,1
23
108
221
339
456
575
696
3,13
0,018
LHLH
27,9
27
109
233
360
494
631
770
3,95
0,018
HHHH
33,7
27
109
239
378
521
669
820
4,76
0,018
LLLL
26,2
28
126
255
390
527
665
804
3,13
0,018
LHLH
33
31
129
269
414
562
713
867
3,95
0,018
HHHH
39,8
32
131
277
429
588
747
911
4,76
0,018
LLLL
29,7
31
137
282
429
581
731
882
3,13
0,018
LHLH
37,5
35
142
294
453
611
775
939
3,95
0,018
HHHH
45,2
36
146
306
468
635
805
977
4,76
0,018
1) For particulars on the sizing of alternative nozzle settings, use Swegon's ProSelect sizing program available at www.swegon.com
2) Room attenuation = 4 dB
3) The specified capacities are based on operation in the high capacity mode. Operation with the face plate set to the normal position
reduces the water capacity of the ADAPT Parasol 600 by about 5% and that of the ADAPT Parasol 1200 by about 10 %.
The water capacity can vary depending on the installation and how the air deflectors are set. The primary air capacity is not affected.
N.B! The total heating capacity is the sum of the airborne and waterborne heating capacities. If the primary air temperature is lower
than the room temperature, it causes negative impact on the total heating capacity.
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Table 8 – Heating capacity, ADAPT Parasol 1200
Nozzle
pressure
Nozzle setting
1)
50 Pa
70 Pa
90 Pa
Primary
airflow
(l/s)
dB(A) 2)
Heating capacity, water (W) for DTmv
3)
Sound
level
5
10
15
20
25
Pressure drop constant,
air/water
30
kpl
kpv
LLLL
13.0
<20
173
348
643
944
1117
1291
1,84
0,0273
LHLH
29,4
22
221
446
823
1207
1432
1653
4,16
0,0273
HHHH
35,6
26
227
457
850
1243
1475
1706
5,04
0,0273
LLLL
15,4
20
197
391
729
1063
1260
1453
1,84
0,0273
LHLH
34,8
26
247
494
919
1345
1592
1826
4,16
0,0273
HHHH
42,2
29
253
507
948
1384
1642
1873
5,04
0,0273
LLLL
17,5
<20
212
424
787
1156
1368
1580
1,84
0,0273
LHLH
39,5
29
263
532
990
1448
1717
1947
4,16
0,0273
HHHH
47.8
32
274
544
1019
1487
1762
1994
5,04
0,0273
Table 9. Heating capacity, ADAPT Parasol 1200 PF
Nozzle
pressure
50 Pa
70 Pa
1)
Primary
airflow
(l/s)
Heating capacity, water (W) for DTmv
3)
Sound
level
dB(A) 2)
5
10
15
20
25
Pressure drop constant,
air/water
30
kpl
kpv
LLLL
40,6
25
268
511
743
975
1200
1422
5,74
0,027
LHLH
52,0
25
305
576
843
1100
1358
1608
7,61
0,027
HHHH
59,6
26
315
599
874
1140
1406
1664
8,42
0,027
LLLL
48,0
30
315
602
882
1157
1423
1691
5,74
0,027
LHLH
63,7
30
354
677
992
1302
1607
1879
7,61
0,027
HHHH
70,4
32
369
702
1026
1344
1659
1933
8,42
0,027
LLLL
54,5
33
351
673
986
1294
1593
1868
5,74
0,027
LHLH
72,2
34
392
758
1109
1450
1792
2063
7,61
0,027
HHHH
79,9
36
402
778
1139
1501
1852
2119
8,42
0,027
ADAPT Parasol b
90 Pa
Nozzle setting
1) For particulars on the sizing of alternative nozzle settings, use Swegon's ProSelect sizing program available at www.swegon.com
2) Room attenuation = 4 dB
3) The specified capacities are based on operation in the high capacity mode. If the face plate is set to the normal position, this will
reduce the water capacity of the ADAPT Parasol 1200 PF by between 5 and 12%.
The water capacity can vary depending on the installation and how the air deflectors are set. The primary air capacity is not
affected.
N.B! The total heating capacity is the sum of the airborne and waterborne heating capacities. If the primary air temperature is lower
than the room temperature, it causes negative impact on the total heating capacity.
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Calculation example - heating
In a separate office room with dimensions b × d × h = 2.4
× 4 × 2.7 m (the same room as in the example for cooling
energy) there is also a heating energy demand of 450 W
in the winter. The primary air flow should be the same as
in the summer case, 16 l/s and the duct pressure is now
also kept constant.
Design room temperature (tr) 22 °C,heating water temperature (supply/return) 45/39 °C and the primary air
temperature (tl) 20 °C produces:
∆Tv = 6 K
∆Tmv = 20 K
∆Tl = -2 K
Solution
Heating
The primary airflow of 16 l/s in combination with the
primary air temperature of 20 °C produces a negative
impact on the heating capacity: 1.2 x 16 x (-2) = -38 W.
The required heating capacity from the heated water thus
increases to 450 + 38 = 488 W. From Table 6 we obtain
from ΔTmv = 20 K and the primary airflow 16 l/s a heating
capacity of
P v = 585 W from a single module unit with LHLH nozzle
settings, which is sufficient for meeting the heating load.
Heating water
With a heating capacity requirement of 488 W and ΔTv
= 6 K the necessary water flow is obtained in Diagram
5: 0.019 l/s. The pressure drop of the heated water is
calculated on the basis of a water flow of 0.019 l/s and
the pressure drop constant kpv = 0.0241, which is taken
from Table 6. The pressure drop will then be: Δpv = (qv /
kpv)2 = (0.019 / 0.0241)2 = 0.62 kPa. As an alternative, the
pressure drop can be read in Diagram 6.
Electric heating
The 488 W heating load can also be met with ADAPT
Parasol electric heating variant X1, which generates 500
W heating capacity.
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Table 10. Cross-talk
Typical Rw-values between office rooms with ADAPT
Parasol where the partition wall extends with its top edge
against the suspended ceiling (with excellent sealing properties). Assumes that the partition wall will have at least
the same Rw-value as that given in the table.
Design
Suspended
ceiling
Rw (dB)
With
ADAPT
Parasol
Rw (dB)
Light acoustic suspended ceiling. Mineral
wool or perforated steel / aluminium coffers or screen.
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Light acoustic suspended ceiling. Mineral
wool or perforated steel / aluminium coffers or screen.
The suspended ceiling is lined with 50
mm thick mineral wool*.
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Light acoustic suspended ceiling. Mineral
wool or perforated steel/aluminium coffers or screen.
Vertical 100 mm thick mineral wool
panel as sound insulation between the
office cubicles*.
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Perforated plasterboard ceiling panels in
T-section grid system.
Acoustic insulation on the top side (25
mm thick).
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Seal the plasterboard suspended ceiling
with insulation on top side.
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Natural attenuation and end reflection
natural attenuation ΔL (dB) including end reflection.
Table 11. Natural attenuation ΔL (dB)
ADAPT Parasol 600
Octave band (Hz)
Nozzle setting
63 125 250 500 1k 2k 4k 8k
LLLL
19
20
17
16
17 16 15 15
MMMM
17
18
15
14
15 14 13 13
HHHH
15
16
13
12
13 12 11 11
Table 12. Natural attenuation ΔL (dB)
ADAPT Parasol 600 PF
Octave band (Hz)
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Nozzle setting
63 125 250 500 1k 2k 4k 8k
LLLL
19
20
17
16
17 16 15 15
MMMM
17
18
15
14
15 14 13 13
HHHH
15
16
13
12
13 12 11 11
Table 13. Natural attenuation ΔL (dB)
ADAPT Parasol 1200
Octave band (Hz)
63 125 250 500 1k 2k 4k 8k
LLLL
16
17
14
13
14 13 12 12
MMMM
14
15
12
11
12 11 10 10
HHHH
12
13
10
9
10
9
8
8
Table 14. Natural attenuation ΔL (dB)
ADAPT Parasol 1200 PF
Octave band (Hz)
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Nozzle setting
63 125 250 500 1k 2k 4k 8k
LLLL
16
17
14
13
14 13 12 12
MMMM
14
15
12
11
12 11 10 10
HHHH
12
13
10
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*Overview: Rockwool 70 kg/m, Gullfiber 50 kg/m.
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Nozzle setting
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Dimensions and weights
Table 15. Dimensions, ADAPT Parasol 600
Length L (mm)
Width W (mm)
584; 592; 598; 617; 623;
642; 667
584; 592; 598; 617; 623;
642; 667
Table 16. Weight, ADAPT Parasol 600
ADAPT Parasol
Dry weight
Water volume
cool
heat
592-A
16
1.1
X
592-B
16,5
1.1
0.2
592-A-PF
17,5
1.1
X
592-B-PF
18
1.1
0.2
Figure 33. ADAPT Parasol 600, viewed from side
* = ADAPT Parasol 600 PF
Water connections, ADAPT Parasol 600
These are examples of the most common sizes of the ADAPT
Parasol. For other variants, we refer to our ProSelect program
at www.swegon.com Excluding sensor module: 0.1kg.
Figure 34. ADAPT Parasol 600, water connections
Figure 31. ADAPT Parasol 600, viewed from end panel
* = ADAPT Parasol 600 PF
B2
Värme retur/
Heating return
600
B1
A1
Värme tillopp/ Kyla tillopp/
Heating supply Cooling supply
A2
Kyla retur/
Cooling return
Figure 35. Label, ADAPT Parasol 600
A1 = Chilled water inlet connection ø12x1.0 mm (Cu)
A2 = Chilled water return connection ø12x1.0 mm (Cu)
/ Male threads, DN15 (1/2”)
B1 = Heated water inlet connection ø12x1.0 mm (Cu)
B2 = Heated water return connection ø12x1.0 mm (Cu)
/ Male threads, DN15 (1/2”)
Observe the following:
For the single-module unit, it is important that the chilled
water is connected to the correct pipe connection. The
direction of water flow is necessary for obtaining full
capacity. The required direction of water flow is
marked by arrows on the end wall of the unit.
Figure 32. ADAPT Parasol 600, viewed from above
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Dimensions and weights
Table 17. Dimensions, ADAPT Parasol 1200
Length L (mm)
Width W (mm)
1184; 1192; 1198; 1242;
1248; 1292; 1342
584; 592; 598; 617; 623;
642; 667
Table 18. Weight, ADAPT Parasol 1200
ADAPT Parasol
Figure 36. ADAPT Parasol 1200, viewed from end panel
* = ADAPT Parasol 1200 PF
Dry weight
Water volume
cool
heat
1192-A
25,8
1,4
x
1192-B
29,8
1,4
0,9
1192-A-PF
28,1
1,4
x
1192-B-PF
32,1
1,4
0,9
1192-X1
30,2
1,4
X
1192-X2
30,5
1,4
X
These are examples of the most common sizes of the ADAPT
Parasol. For other variants, we refer to our ProSelect program
at www.swegon.com Excluding sensor module: 0.1kg.
ADAPT Parasol b
Figure 37. ADAPT Parasol 1200, viewed from above
* = ADAPT Parasol 1200 PF
Figure 38. ADAPT Parasol 1200, viewed from side
* = ADAPT Parasol 1200 PF
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Water connections, ADAPT Parasol 1200
Air connection, ADAPT Parasol 600/1200
Figure 39. ADAPT Parasol 1200, water connections
Figure 41. Connection with bend, viewed from end panel
Mounted connection piece SYST CA xxx-90
B2
Värme retur/
Heating return
1200
ADAPT Parasol 600 ADAPT Parasol 600 PF
ADAPT Parasol 1200
ADAPT Parasol 1200 PF
H = 460
H = 495
H = 460
H = 495
I = 125
I = 160
I = 125
I = 160
B1
Värme tillopp/
Heating supply
A1
A2
Kyla tillopp/
Cooling supply
Kyla retur/
Cooling return
Figure 40. Label, ADAPT Parasol 1200
A1 = Chilled water inlet connection ø12x1.0 mm (Cu)
A2 = Chilled water return connection ø12x1.0 mm (Cu)
/ Male threads, DN15 (1/2”)
B1 = Heated water inlet connection ø12x1.0 mm (Cu)
B2 = Heated water return connection ø12x1.0 mm (Cu)
/ Male threads, DN15 (1/2”)
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Accessories, factory-fitted
Valve with actuator, SYST VDN215 with ACTUATOR b 24V NC for cooling and heating.
Fitted and wired to the controller. See separate product datasheet at www.swegon.com.
Detect Qa Co2 sensor
Analogue carbon dioxide sensor to be fitted concealed from view above the face plate.
See separate product datasheet at www.swegon.com.
Detect VOC sensor
Modbus-connected air quality sensor to be fitted concealed from view above the face
plate.
POWER Adapt 20 VA transformer
230 V 50-60 Hz input voltage
24 V AC output voltage
20 VA capacity
IP33 rated enclosure
ADAPT Parasol b
The factory-fitted accessories above can also be ordered as individual items of equipment.
Accessories
SYST TS-1 72 VA Transformer
Double-insulated protective transformer, 230V AC/24 V AC
See separate product datasheet at www.swegon.com.
CONDUCTOR T-TG temperature sensor
External temperature sensor. Used for example if the room temperature is to be
measured at a location other than by the sensor module or for measuring the temperature on the main pipe in a change-over system.
External sensor module
Sensor module with temperature sensor and presence detector for wall mounting
when an extra sensor module is required in the room (1 pc is always supplied with
the ADAPT Parasol)
Available in a circular or rectangular model and is always supplied with both mounting frame for the most common existing electrical connection boxes as well as a
protruding frame for surface mounting.
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Cable, SYST CABLE RJ12 6-LED.
Cable for connection of an external sensor module to the controller or between
sensor modules. Available in various lengths.
Cable, CABLE CONVERTER USB-RJ12 (RS485)
Cable with built-in modem for connecting a PC to the controller.
Needed for running SWICCT or ModbusPoll, for instance.
Connect ADAPT
Connection box for connecting the cable together with a RJ12 connector and cable
with multi-pin cable ends.
Can also be used for connecting an ADAPT Damper for extract air.
LINK Wise
Network cable for modbus communication within system WISE.
The cable meets the EIA 485 standard. Shielded fourconductor AWG24, external
diameter Ø9,6 mm, grey PVC.
Note: The cable is only supplied in rolls of 500 m.
Key card circuit breaker, SYST SENSO
Key card holder for hotel rooms.
SYST MS M8 Assembly piece
The assembly piece is used for installation and consists of threaded rods, ceiling
mounts as well as nuts for all four suspension mounts.
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Flexible connection hoses, SYST FH
Flexible hoses are available with quick-fit, push-on couplings as well as clamping ring
couplings for quick and simply connection. The hoses are also available in various
lengths. Note that clamp ring couplings require support sleeves inside the pipes.
F1 = Flexible tube with clamp ring couplings.
F20 = Flexible tube with quick-fit push-on couplings.
F30 = Flexible tube with quick-fit push-on couplings on one end and G20ID sleeve nuts on the
other end.
F1
F20
F30
SYST AR-12 push-on venting nipple
A venting nipple is available as a complement to the flexible hoses with push-on
couplings. The nipple fits directly in the push-on hose coupling and can be fitted in
an instant.
Connection piece, air – insertion joint, SYST AD1
SYST AD1 is used as an insertion joint between the ADAPT Parasol and the duct
system. Available in two dimensions: Ø125 and Ø160 mm.
Connection piece, air, SYST CA
duct bend, 90°
Available in two dimensions: Ø125 and Ø160 mm.
ADAPT Parasol b
Plasterboard ceiling frame, Parasol c T-FPB
Frame for creating an attractive transition between the ADAPT Parasol and the opening cut in the plasterboard ceiling.
Tool for nozzle adjustment, SYST TORX
Tool designed for easy adjustment of the nozzle plates.
Optional perforation patterns
The face plate of the unit is available with three different perforation patterns that make it easily adaptable to suit many
different types of installations, e.g. light fittings and extract air registers that share the surface of a suspended ceiling. A
suspended ceiling containing different types of perforation patterns could be perceived as disturbing to the eye.
Other patterns are of course available on special order. For further details, contact your nearest Swegon representative.
A. Face plate, standard PB
Circular holes arranged in a triangular pattern.
A.
B.
C.
B. Face plate PD
Circular holes arranged in a square pattern with a graduated
border.
C. Face plate PE
Square holes arranged in a square pattern with a graduated
border.
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Ordering key
Type of ceiling
Dimensions of the face plate (mm)
Lay-in T-Bar system
600 module
1200 module
c-c 600
592x592
1192x592
c-c 600 SAS130/15
584x584
1184x584
c-c 625
617x617
1242x617
c-c 650
642x642
1292x642
c-c 675
667x667
1342x667
Clip-in / metal tile
600 module
1200 module
c-c 600
598x598
1198x598
623x623
1248x623
c-c 625
The tolerance is +±2 mm
Function
The units can be ordered in various
functional versions:
A = Cooling and supply air
B = Cooling, heating and supply air
X = Cooling, electric heating and
supply air
ADC
Factory-fitted ADC supplied as
standard
Airflow variant
Single module unit:
ADAPT Parasol 600
ADAPT Parasol 600 PF
Two-module unit:
ADAPT Parasol 1200
ADAPT Parasol 1200 PF
(PF = PlusFlow, extra high airflow)
Software configuration
The product can be supplied with
certain software settings preconfigured from the factory. For example:
Occupancy flow and temperature set
point.
Nozzle setting
Each side can be set in four different
ways: L, M or H
Contractor demarcation
Swegon’s supply demarcation is at the connection points
for water and air as well as for wiring the room control
equipment (see Figures 31, 32, 33, 34, 35 and 36, 37, 38,
39, 40, 41).
• The pipework contractor connects the connections
points for water to the plain pipe ends and fills the
system, vents it and tests the pressure. If the room
control equipment is installed from the factory, connect the return pipe for chilled water and heating
water respectively to the valve. (DN ½” male threads”).
• The ventilation contractor connects ducting to the air
connection spigot.
• The electrical installation contractor connects the
power (24 V) and the signal cables to the wiring terminals equipped with spring-loaded pressure connections. The maximum permissible cable cross-sectional
area is 2.5 mm2. For reliable operation we recommend
the use of cable ends with multi-pin connectors.
L = Low airflow
M = Medium airflow
H = High airflow
Colour
The units are supplied painted in
Swegon’s standard shade of white,
RAL 9003, gloss rating 30 ± 6%
Communication
Modbus RTU
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Specification text
Accessories:
Example of a specification text conforming to VVS AMA
Standard.
KB XX
Swegon ADAPT Parasol comfort module for integrated
installation in suspended ceilings, with the following
functions:
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Transformer SYST TS-1, xx pcs
Transformer POWER Adapt, xx st
Temperature sensor CONDUCTOR T-TG, xx pcs
Valve actuator ACTUATOR b 24V NC, xx pcs
Valve SYST VDN215, xx pcs
CO2 sensor DETECT Qa, xx pcs
VOC sensor DETECT VOC, xx pcs
External sensor module SENSORMODULE-aaaaaaaa, xx
pcs
Cable (2xRJ12) SYST CABLE RJ12 6-LED, xx pcs
Cable (USB+RJ12) CABLE CONVERTER USB-RJ12, xx
pcs
Network cable, LINK Wise, xx pcs
Connection box CONNECT Adapt, xx pcs
Key-card circuit breaker SYST SENSO, xx pcs
Connection piece, air SYST AD1-aaa, xx pcs
Connection piece, air – 90° SYST CA-aaa-90, xx pcs
Assembly piece SYST MS M8 aaaa–b-ccccc, xx pcs
Flexible connection hose, SYST FH aaa- bbb-12, xx pcs
Venting nipple, push-on, SYST AR-12, xx pcs
Plasterboard ceiling frame PARASOL c T-FPB-aaaa, xx
pcs
Tool for nozzle adjustment SYST TORX-6-200, xx pcs
Perforated face plate PARASOL c T-PP-a-bb, xx pcs
For more infrmation, see the separate sections in the
Water-borne Climate Systems catalogue and ADAPT Parasol Technical Manual at our website www.swegon.com.
Factory mounted accessories
• Transformer
Power ADAPT VA
• Valves and actuators for cooling and heating
SYSTVDN215 straight valve with
actuator ACTUATOR b 24V NC
SYSTVDN215 straight valve
ACTUATOR b 24V NC actuator
• Sensors
CO2 sensor
VOC sensor
• Sensormodule
Sensormodule square
Sensormodule circular
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Cooling
Heating, water (optional)
Heating, electric (optional)
Ventilation
Built-in functionality for demand controlled ventilation
Adjustable air direction
ADCII Indoor climate comfort control
Integrated circulating air opening in face plate
Enclosed version for circulating air
Cleanable air duct
Fixed measurement tapping with hose
Painted in base shade of white RAL 9003
Suitable for T-grid systems with modular dimensions:
600; 625; and 675 mm; T-section: 24 mm (optional)
Contractor demarcation at the connection points for
water and air according to dimensional drawings
Contractor demarcation for electric connection point
according to dimensional drawings
At connection points pipe contractor connects to plain
pipe end Ø12 mm (cooling) or Ø12 mm (heating). If
the unit is fitted with indoor climate control equipment, pipe contractor connects to external thread DN
1/2”.
Ventilation contractor connects ducting to connection
piece Ø125 mm (Parasol 1200 PF = Ø160 mm)
Pipe contractor fills, bleeds, tests the pressure and
assumes responsibility for the design water flows
reaching each branch of the system and the index unit
Ventilation contractor conducts initial adjustment of
the airflows
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