ComfoAir 160 User manual

ComfoAir 160 User manual
ComfoAir 160
User manual
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This manual has been compiled with the utmost care. The publisher cannot be held liable for any damage caused as a result of missing or incorrect information in this manual. In case of disputes the Dutch version of these instructions will be binding.
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Table of Contents
Preface ............................................................................................................................................................ 1
1
2
3.
INTrodUCTIoN .............................................................................................................................................. 1
1.1
Warranty and liability .......................................................................................................................... 1
1.1.1 Guarantee conditions ................................................................................................................ 1
1.1.2 Liability ...................................................................................................................................... 1
1.2
Safety .................................................................................................................................................. 2
1.2.1 Safety regulations ...................................................................................................................... 2
1.2.2 Safety provisions and measures ............................................................................................... 2
1.2.3 Pictograms used ....................................................................................................................... 2
For ThE USEr ............................................................................................................................................... 3
2.1
Glossary ............................................................................................................................................... 3
2.1.1 Balanced ventilation .................................................................................................................. 3
2.1.2 Heat recovery ............................................................................................................................ 3
2.1.3 Bypass for free cooling.............................................................................................................. 3
2.1.4 Frost protection ......................................................................................................................... 3
2.1.5 Openfireprogramme ................................................................................................................ 3
2.1.6 Wireless (RF) control (optional) .................................................................................................. 3
2.1.7 Enthalpy (optional) ..................................................................................................................... 4
2.1.8 Analogue input (0-10V) .............................................................................................................. 4
2.2
Available operating devices ............................................................................................................... 4
2.2.1 Display on the unit ..................................................................................................................... 4
2.2.2 3-position switch ....................................................................................................................... 4
2.2.3 Bathroom switch ....................................................................................................................... 5
2.2.4 CO2 sensor ................................................................................................................................ 5
2.2.5 CC Ease panel ........................................................................................................................... 6
2.3
operating the CC Ease panel ............................................................................................................. 7
2.3.1 Setting the date and time .......................................................................................................... 7
2.3.2 Reading and setting the comfort temperature .......................................................................... 7
2.3.3 Reading and setting the ventilation volume .............................................................................. 7
2.3.4 Switching Boost on ................................................................................................................... 8
2.3.5 Switching the supply and exhaust fan on/off ............................................................................ 8
2.3.6 Setting a personal ventilation programme................................................................................. 9
2.3.7 Setting additional ventilation programmes/ options in the P menus......................................... 9
2.3.8 P menus for the user ............................................................................................................... 11
2.4
Maintenance by the user .................................................................................................................. 13
2.4.1 Cleaningorreplacingthefilters ............................................................................................... 13
2.4.2 Cleaning the valves (in your dwelling) ..................................................................................... 13
2.5
Malfunctions ...................................................................................................................................... 14
2.5.1 Malfunction alerts on digital operating devices ....................................................................... 14
2.5.2 3-position switches with malfunction indicator ....................................................................... 14
2.5.3 What to do in the event of a malfunction ................................................................................ 14
2.6
End of useful life ............................................................................................................................... 14
EEC declaration of conformity ................................................................................................................... 15
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Preface
1.1
Warranty and liability
1.1.1 Guarantee conditions
Carefully read this manual before use.
This manual provides all the information required for safe
and optimal installation and maintenance of the ComfoAir 160. It is also intended as a reference for servicing,
so that this can be carried out in a responsible manner.
The device is subject to continuous development and
improvement. As a result, the ComfoAir 160 may slightly
differ from the descriptions.
NOTE
This manual has been compiled with
the utmost care. However, no rights can be
derived from it. In addition, we at all times
reserve the right to change the contents of
this manual, without prior notice.
1 Introduction
The device's name is ComfoAir 160. In the following manual it will be referred to as ComfoAir.
The ComfoAir is a balanced ventilation system with heat
recovery in order to create healthy, balanced and energy-efficient ventilation in houses. The ComfoAir has a
CEmarkingontheidentificationplate.Theidentification
plate can be found on top of the ComfoAir.
The ComfoAir is covered by a manufacturer’s warranty
foraperiodof24monthsafterfittinguptoamaximum
of 30 months after the date of manufacture. Warranty
claims may only be submitted for material faults and/or
construction faults arising during the warranty period. In
the case of a warranty claim, the ComfoAir must not be
dismantled without written permission from the manufacturer. Spare parts are only covered by guarantee, if
they were supplied by the manufacturer and have been
installed by an approved installer.
The warranty becomes invalid if:
• Theguaranteeperiodhaselapsed;
• Thedeviceisusedwithoutfilters;
• Parts are used that have not been supplied by the
manufacturer;
• Non-authorisedchangesormodificationshavebeen
made to the unit.
1.1.2 Liability
The ComfoAir has been designed and manufactured for
use in balanced ventilation systems incorporating Zehnder heat recovery systems. Any other application is seen
as inappropriate use and can result in damage to the
ComfoAir or personal injury, for which the manufacturer
cannot be held liable. The manufacturer is not liable for
any damage originating from:
• Non-compliancewiththesafety,operatingandmaintenanceinstructionsinthismanual;
• The use of components not supplied or recommended by the manufacturer.
Responsibility for the use of such components lies
entirelywiththeinstaller;
• Normal wear and tear.
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1.2
Safety
1.2.1 Safety regulations
Always comply with safety regulations in this manual.
Non-compliance with the safety regulations, warnings,
notes and instructions in this manual can cause personal
injury or damage to the ComfoAir.
• TheComfoAirmayonlybeinstalled,connected,rendered operational and maintained by an appropriately
approved installer, unless otherwise indicated in this
manual;
• Installation of the ComfoAir must be carried out in
accordance with the general and locally applicable
construction, safety and installation instructions of
the local council, electricity and water boards or other
agencies;
• Observe the safety regulations, warnings, comments
and instructions as prescribed in this manual at all
times;
• Keep this manual with the ComfoAir throughout its
life;
• Instructions with regard to cleaning or replacing the
filtersontheintakeandexhaustvalvesmustbecarefullyobserved;
• The specifications stated in this document may not
bechanged;
• TheComfoAirisonlysuitableforconnetionto230V
50Hzmains;
• It is recommended to take out a maintenance contract so that the device is checked on a regular basis.
The supplier can provide a list of registered installers
nearby.
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1.2.2 Safety provisions and measures
• TheComfoAircannotbeopenedwithoutusingtools;
• Itshouldnotbepossibletotouchthefans,therefore
ducting must be connected to the ComfoAir at a minimum duct length of 900mm.
1.2.3 Pictograms used
The following pictograms are used in this manual:
Point of attention.
Risk of:
- damage to the device;
- performance of the device is compromised if
instructions are not observed carefully.
Risk of personal injury to the user or
installer.
2 For the user
2.1.2 Heat recovery
Besides ensuring a healthy balance between incoming
andoutgoingair,theComfoAiralsoprovidesthebenefits
of heat recovery. Heat recovery means that heat from
the extracted air is transferred to the fresh, and usually
colder, air from outside the building.
Congratulations, you are the owner of a
ComfoAir 160,
a heat recovery unit from Zehnder.
We wish you lots of comfort.
2.1
2.1.3 Bypass for free cooling
Glossary
The ComfoAir features:
• Balancedventilation;
• Heatrecovery;
• Bypassforfreecooling;
• Frostprotection;
• Openfireprogramme;
• Wireless(RF)control(optional)
• Enthalpy(optional);
• Analogueinput(0-10V).
A concise explanation of these concepts/features is given
in the paragraphs below.
2.1.1 Balanced ventilation
The ComfoAir is a balanced ventilation system. Balanced
ventilation means that pollutants from the kitchen, the
bathroom, the toilet(s) and possibly the storage room are
extracted, while the same amount of fresh air is blown
into the living room and bedrooms. Gaps under or near
thedoorsensureagoodthrough-flowofairinthedwelling. The air circulation is in balance.
The bypass is often used during hot days in the summer
season. By allowing colder outside air in at night, the indoor temperature of the dwelling can be kept low during
hot days. The bypass works automatically: simply set the
required comfort temperature.
The bypass will always stay open for half an hour
2.1.4 Frost protection
TheComfoAirisalsofittedwithafrostprotectiondevice.
This is an automatic protective system that temporarily
reduces(orevenbrieflystops)thesupplyofoutdoorairto
the ComfoAir if there is a risk of freezing in the ComfoAir.
This can occur in the event of moderate to sharp frost
during the winter months.
2.1.5 Openfireprogramme
TheComfoAirisfittedwithanOpenfireprogramme.The
Openfireprogrammeisusedinhousesthathaveafireplace, as there is a risk of air being sucked back from the
chimney.TheOpenfireprogrammeworksautomatically
but requires activation by the installer.
While the Open fire programme is activated the supply
Ensure that these gaps are never obstructed,
and exhaust fan cannot be turned off manually.
for example by draught excluders or deep-pile
carpet. Otherwise the system will not function
2.1.6 Wireless (RF) control (optional)
optimally.
A balanced ventilation system consists of:
• ComfoAir(A);
• Ductsystemforthesupplyofoutdoorair(B)andthe
exhaustofindoorair(C);
• Supplyvalvesinthelivingroomandbedrooms(D);
• Exhaustvalvesinthekitchen,bathroom,thetoilet
and (if present) the storage room (E).
C
D
It is possible to set the ventilation positions of the ComfoAir with one or more wireless switches. To do this the
ComfoAir needs a built in RF module or a connected CC
Ease panel.
B
A
E
E
E
D
D
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Access to the menus
2.1.7 Enthalpy (optional)
It is possible to fit the ComfoAir with an enthalpy exchanger. An enthalpy exchanger helps to regulate humidity levels in the dwelling. In addition to heat recovery,
the enthalpy exchanger also ensures moisture recovery.
Moisture recovery means that moisture from extracted air
is transferred to the supply air sourced from outside the
dwelling. An enthalpy exchanger is also less sensitive to
freezing.
2.1.8 Analogue input (0-10V)
TheComfoAirLuxeisfittedwithoneinput(0-10V).This
input can be used to connect a sensor or control
system to the ComfoAir. Examples of the options include:
• CO2sensor;flowregulationusingcarbondioxide
levels;
• Moisturesensor;flowregulationusingmoisturelevels;
2.2
Sequence
Press
display
description
1
MENU
P2
Time delay
2
s
P9
Status
3
s
P1
Status
Example
Setting bathroom switch delay
Sequence
Press
display
description
1
MENU
P2
Time delay
2
OK
P21
Activation delay
3
s
P22
Select 22
4
OK
30
Current setting
5
▼(10 x or
press and hold)
20
Select 20
6
OK
P22
Sets the value to 20
7
MENU
P2
8
MENU
1
Available operating devices
The ComfoAir is fitted with the following operating devices:
• Displayontheunit;
• 3-positionswitch;
• 3-positionswitchwithmalfunctionindicator;
• Wireless3-positionswitch;
• Wireless3-positionswitchwithmalfunctionindicator;
• Bathroomswitchtotemporarilyselectthehighest
ventilationposition;
• CCEasepanel.
A concise explanation of these operating devices is given
in the paragraphs below.
2.2.1 Display on the unit
The ComfoAir can be operated by means of a digital display which is mounted on the unit.
Fan setting
Changes to settings can only be made in the P2
menus. The other P-menus (P1 and P9) can only
be read.
Leaving reading menu
• Atactionpoint6press"MENU"(insteadof"OK").
The display can not be used for setting the ventilation positions of the ComfoAir. The arrow
keys are only for setting the additional programmes.
2.2.2 3-position switch
MENU
MENU
MENU
OK
MENU
MENU
OK
OK
·
·
·
·
·
A 3-position switch can be used to set the ventilation
positions of the ComfoAir. One or multiple 3-position
switchescanbefittedinthehouse(e.g.inthekitchen).
The following types of switches can be used:
• Type1g Standard3-positionswitch;
• Type2g 3-position switch with malfunction and
filteralertsindicator;
• Type3g Wireless 3-position switch (RF)
• Type4g Wireless 3-position switch (RF) with
malfunctionandfilteralertsindicator.
OK
OK
select menu
up
OK
down
supply off
(led green)
·
·
·
·
·
·
comfort temperature
supply on
(led green)
A wireless 3-position switch needs to be retuned to the ComfoAir if a General Reset is undertaken.
1
·
· ·
·
Shown
in display
A
A
A
A
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
X
X
X
X
X
X X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X X
X
•••
•
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2
3
Ventilation setting absent
Ventilation setting low
Ventilation setting medium
Ventilation setting high
Menu symbol
Malfunctioncode(flashes)
Bypass
Type 1
Type 2
Type 4
Setting the ventilation using
3-position switch(es)
A 3-position switch can be used to set 3 different ventilation positions.
• Position1g Low.
- Use for low ventilation levels.
• Position2 Normal.
- Use when present and no extra
ventilation is needed.
• Position3 High.
- Use during cooking, showering
and when additional ventilation is
needed.
• Timer
Temporary High
- Use during cooking, showering and
when additional ventilation is needed
for a short time.
the normal (or previous) setting when deactivated, but
first waits for the overrun timer to run its course. Once
the programmed overrun timer is complete, the ComfoAir
returns to the normal (or previous) ventilation setting.
If the bathroom switch is turned off within the
programmed delay timer period, then the overrun function will be terminated.
Light switch
The functions of the bathroom switch can also be integrated into a light switch.
The wireless 3-position switches have a separate button for the Timer. After the timer delay the ComfoAir will
return to the ventilation setting which was active before
the timer function was activated.
To use the Timer function with a wired 3-position switch
choose setting 3 and immediately return to the setting
you want after the timer delay.
The CC Ease panel has an integrated type 2 3-position
switch. Next to the standard 3 ventilation settings the
CC Ease panel also has an additional ventilation setting:
•PositionA Absent
- Use when house is unoccupied.
At setting A, the house is ventilated using the minimum prescribed ventilation volume.
If multiple position switches are available in the
house, the ComfoAir will switch to the highest
ventilation setting unless overruled by an automated software programme.
2.2.4 CO2-Sensor
The ComfoAir Luxe can also be operated using a CO2
sensor. A CO2 sensor measures the CO2 levels in the room
where it is placed. When the CO2 sensor is set on ‘automatic’ the CO2 sensor will control the ventilation setting
according to the ventilation need in the room. When the
CO2 levels are high the ventilation setting will automatically increase. When the CO2 levels are low the ventilation
setting will automatically decrease. It is also possible to
use the CO2 sensor as a standard 3-position switch. The
CO2 levels in the room will then by ignored.
2.2.3 Bathroom switch
A bathroom switch can be used to temporarily set the
ComfoAir in the highest ventilation level. This switch is
mostlyfittedinthebathroomtoextractanyexcessmoisture after showering, as soon as possible. The bathroom
switches vary widely in model and are therefore not illustrated here. If required, the bathroom switch can be
turned on and off using a time delay entered via a digital
operating device.
delay timer
This ensures that the ComfoAir does not switch on at the
highestsettingwhenactivated,butfirstwaitsforthedelay
timer to run its course.
If the bathroom switch is deactivated during
the delay timer period, then the ComfoAir will
remain at its current ventilation setting and not
switch to the highest setting.
The delay timer does not work with all types of
bathroom switches (e.g. pulse switches). In that
case, leave the delay timer at 0.
overrun timer
This ensures that the ComfoAir does not switch back to
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2.2.5 CC Ease panel
The ComfoAir Luxe can be operated by means of a CC
Ease panel, which can be ordered separately.
The CC (Comfort Control) Ease panel is a digital operating device which can be mounted on the wall in the living
room and from there communicates with the ComfoAir.
The following overview summarizes the information that
will be displayed.
Day and time
Automatic or manual
ventilation
Signal to replace
internal (I) or
external (E) filter
Actual ventilation setting
Supply air and/or
exhaust air OPEN or
CLOSED
Bypass open [
closed.
] or
Actual temperature,
selection or setting
The CC Ease panel has a number of buttons to operate the ComfoAir and to enter the settings. These buttons are
illustrated below.
This button allows you to switch to the highest ventilation setting.
- Press once ->Boost setting ON.
- Press twice-> Boost setting OFF.
This button allows you to switch between supply/exhaust.
- Press once ¨ SUPPLY OFF (and EXHAUST ON).
- Press twice ¨ EXHAUST OFF (and SUPPLY ON).
- Press 3 times ¨ SUPPLY and EXHAUST both ON.
With this button you can read or set the comfort temperature.
- Press for less than 2 seconds ¨ READ.
- Press for longer than 2 seconds ¨ SET.
This button allows you to programme two settings.
- Press for less than 2 seconds ¨ Programme ventilation setting (AUTO / MANUAL).
- Press longer than 2 seconds ¨ Programme date and time.
This button allows you to programme different settings:
- In P menu ¨ Set values.
- In main screen ¨ Enter ventilation setting (A, 1, 2, 3).
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2.3
operating the CC Ease panel
The CC Ease panel is used for the following:
• Readingandsettingthedayandtime;
• Readingandsettingthecomforttemperature;
• Readingandsettingtheventilationvolume;
• SwitchingBooston;
• Switchingthesupplyandexhaustfanon/off;
• Settingapersonalventilationprogramme;
• Setting additional ventilation programmes/ options in
the P menus.
A concise explanation of the above listing is given in the
paragraphs below.
2.3.2 Reading and setting the comfort
temperature
The comfort temperature can be read, but also set to the
desired indoor temperature. From this temperature setting the ComfoAir will determine if free cooling with the
use of the bypass is desired.
Reading the comfort temperature
1. Press"
"briefly.
- Wait until the comfort temperature appears.
2. Press"
"toreturntothemainscreen.
The CC ease will automatically return to the main
screen when no buttons are pressed for 30 seconds.
2.3.1 Setting the date and time
1. Press"
"longerthan2seconds.
- Wait until the day, e.g. “Sa”, starts blinking.
2. Selectthecorrectdayusing"
"or"
".
Setting the comfort temperature
1. Press"
"longerthan2seconds.
- Wait until the comfort temperature, e.g.
“ 20.0 ” starts blinking.
2. Select the desired comfort temperature using
3. Press"
".
"
"or"
".
3. Pressandbrieflyhold"
- Wait until the hour, e.g. “ 12 ”, starts blinking.
4. Selectthecorrecthourusing"
"or"
"tostorethesettings
and return to the main screen.
".
It is best to set the comfort temperature at
the same temperature as the room
thermostat (of the Central Heating system)
2.3.3 Reading and setting the ventilation volume
5.Press"
reading the ventilation volume
".
-Waituntiltheminutes,e.g."00",
start blinking.
6. Select the correct minutes using
"
"or"
7. Press"
".
"tostorethesettingsandreturntothe
main screen.
The current ventilation volume, e.g. “2 ”, will always be
displayed on the CC Ease panel. Normally the ComfoAir
regulates the required ventilation volume automatically
according to a preset personal ventilation programme.
During automatic ventilation mode “AUTo” will be displayed on the CC Ease panel.
In addition to showing the programmed ventilation setting, the CC Ease panel also displays whether a temporary control system (such as a CO2 sensor or a bathroom
switch) is overriding the ventilation setting.
In the event a required ventilation setting is being overridden by a time delay function (such as the bathroom
switch overrun timer). a 't' is displayed in the bottom
right-hand corner of the CC Ease panel.
In the event a required ventilation setting is being overridden by a signal from a sensor (such as a CO2 sensor),
an 'A' is displayed in the bottom right-hand corner of the
CC Ease panel.
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2.3.4 Switching Boost on
1. Press“
” longer than 2 seconds.
- Wait until '3t' appears.
Setting the ventilation volume
The ventilation volume can also be set manually by increasing or decreasing it. A total of 4 ventilation volumes/
levels can be set. They are:
• SettingA¨ Absent.
- Use when house is unoccupied.
Once the programmed time delay is complete, the ComfoAir automatically switches back to the previous ventilation setting.
At setting A, the house is ventilated using the
minimum prescribed ventilation volume.
The Boost timer can be deactivated by pressing
"
", "
" or "
".
• Setting1¨ Low.
- Use for low ventilation levels.
• Setting2¨ Normal.
- Use when present and no extra ventilation is needed.
• Setting3¨High.
- Use during cooking, showering and
when additional ventilation is needed.
• Boost¨ Temporary High
- Use during cooking, showering and
when additional ventilation is needed for
a short time.
The ComfoAir will switch to the highest ventilation position set in the house unless overruled
by an automated software programme.
The ventilation volume can be set as follows:
1. Press"
"toincreasetheventilationvolume.
2. Press"
"todecreasetheventilationvolume.
During manual ventilation, the CC Ease panel will not display “AUTo”, but “MANUAL”.
3. Press "
"toreturntoautomaticventilation.
2.3.5 Switching the supply and exhaust fan on/
off
While the Open fire programme is activated the
supply and exhaust fan cannot be turned off
manually.
1. Press"
"once(firsttime)toswitchoffthesupply
fan.
This mode can be used when the windows are open during the summer. In that case, fresh air is not supplied
through the supply fan, but through the open windows.
2. Press"
"again(secondtime)toswitchtheex-
haust fan off (and simultaneously switching the supply fan on).
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3. Press"
"again(thirdtime)toswitchthesupply
and exhaust fans on again.
6. Press"
".
- Wait until the hour, e.g. “ 7 ”, starts blinking.
7. Select the desired start time in hours using
Bear in mind that switching off the supply or
exhaust fan will temporarily immobilize your
balanced ventilation system.
2.3.6 Setting a personal ventilation programme
The ComfoAir has a factory default ventilation setting
(setting 2).
If wanted, you can change the default ventilation setting
to suit your individual situation. For example a weekday
and weekend programm.
"
"or"
8. Press"
".
".
–Waituntiltheminutes,e.g."00",starts
blinking.
9. Selectthedesiredstarttimeinminutesusing
"or"
".
"
The ventilation volume can be changed/set as follows:
1. Press"
"and"
"fortwosecondssimultane-
ously.
- Wait until the ventilation programme appears.
2. Programme the desired day or series of days.
"or"
".
- Selectthedesiredoptionusing"
You can choose from:
–Weekend:“SaSu”;
–Workingweek:“MoTuWeThFr”;
–Week:“SaSuMoTuWeThFri”;
– Separate days: “Sa”, “Su”, “Mo”, “Tu”, “We”,
“Th” and “Fri”.
4. Press ”
“.
-Waituntiltheprogrammeposition,e.g."1",starts
blinking.
5. Select the desired programme position using
"
"or"
".
10.Press"
".
–Waituntiltheventilationsettinge.g."3",
starts blinking.
11. Selectthedesiredventilationlevelusing"
"or"
".
When "d" is selected the selected programme
position will be deleted.
12.Press"
"tosavethesettingsandreturntothe
main screen.
13. Programme the next ventilation programme if
required. Up to 8 program positions can be programmed.
- Repeat steps 1 to 12.
The default ventilation setting (setting 2) will be
loaded again if a General Reset is undertaken.
2.3.7 Setting additional ventilation programmes/
options in the P menus.
Some P menus in the CC Ease panel can be used to:
• Readthestatusofvariousventilationprogrammes;
• Settimedelaysforvariousventilationprogrammes.
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The user can only access P menus P1, P2 and
P9 to set additional programmes. The remaining P menus (P3 to P8) are for use by the installer only.
Accessing the P menus
",e.g.,Pmenu“2".
"or"
Entering settings in P menus
The minimum and maximum values for the
available parameters are preset in the software.
6. Selectanewvaluefortheprogrammeusing"
"
or"
".
7. Press"
"tostorethesettings.
8. Repeat steps 4 to 7 to set multiple parameters in
succession.
Or Press "
" to return to the P menu so steps 2
to 7 can be repeated.
9. Press"
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Leaving Reading menu
•Press"
1. Press"
"and"
"fortwosecondssimultaneously.
-Waituntil"P2"appearsonthedisplay.
2. SelectthedesiredPsub-menuusing"
"or"
3. Press"
".
4. SelectthedesiredPsub-menuusing"
",e.g.,Psub-menu"23".
5. Press"
".
Only in the P2 menus settings can be altered.
The other P-menus (P1 and P9) can only be
read.
"twicetoreturntothemainscreen.
"(insteadof"
")atstep7.
2.3.8 P menus for the user
Menu P1 ¨ Status of programmes
Status
Submenu
description
Activated
P11
Is menu 21 currently active?
Yes (1) / No (0)
P12
Is menu 22 currently active?
Yes (1) / No (0)
P13
Is menu 23 currently active?
Yes (1) / No (0)
P14
Is menu 24 currently active?
Yes (1) / No (0)
P15
Is menu 25 currently active?
Yes (1) / No (0)
P16
Is menu 26 currently active?
Yes (1) / No (0)
Menu P2 ¨ Setting time delays
Time delay values
Minimum MaxiGeneral
mum
reset
Sub-menu
description
P21
(Optional)
Delay timer for the bathroom switch (to switch to
high position).
• 'x'minutesafteroperatingthebathroomswitch,
the ComfoAir switches to the high setting.
- Low voltage input
0 Min.
15 Min.
0 Min.
Overrun timer for the bathroom switch (to switch to
normal position).
• 'x'minutesafteroperatingthebathroomswitch,
the ComfoAir switches back to the normal setting.
- Low voltage input
0 Min.
120 Min.
30 Min.
Overrun timer for ventilation position 3 (using a
wired 3-position switch).
• Ifventilationsetting3(high)isswitchedonbriefly
(< 3 sec), the ComfoAir will switch to the high setting for 'x' minutes and then automatically returns
to the normal setting.
0 Min.
120 Min.
0 Min.
10 weeks 26 weeks
Filter warning
• 'x'weeksaftercleaningthefiltersthe"filter dirty"
alert will reappear.
16
weeks
Note:
only applies to systems
fitted with a corded switch
and a second switch in the
bathroom.
P22
(Optional)
Note:
only applies to systems
fitted with a corded switch
and a second switch in the
bathroom.
P23
(Optional)
Note:
only applies to systems
fitted with a hardwired
3-position switch.
If any 3-position switch is operated during this lagging time the ComfoAir will instantly revert to the
ventilation position as set at that time.
P24
").
Overruntimerforventilationsetting3(using"
• Afterpressing"
"briefly(<2sec.),theComNote:
foAir will switch to the high setting for ‘x’ minutes
only applies to systems fitand then automatically returns to the normal setted with an rF switch.
ting.
P25
1 Min.
20 Min.
10 Min.
If any 3-position switch is operated during this lagging time the ComfoAir will instantly revert to the
ventilation position as set at that time.
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Sub-menu
description
".
Overruntimerforventilationsetting3"using
• Afterpressing"
"continuously (> 2 sec.), the
Note:
ComfoAir will switch to the high setting for ‘x’
only applies to systems fitminutes and then automatically returns to the
ted with an rF switch.
normal setting.
P26
Time delay values
Minimum MaxiGeneral
mum
reset
1 Min.
120 Min.
30 Min.
0 Min.
120 Min.
30 Min.
If any 3-position switch is operated during this lagging time the ComfoAir will instantly revert to the
ventilation position as set at that time.
P27
Time for the Boost setting.
” continuosly (>2 sec.) on the
• Afterpressing“
Note:
CC Ease panel, the ComfoAir will switch to the
only applies to systems fithigh setting for 'x' minutes and then automatically
ted with a CC Ease panel.
returns tot the NORMAL setting
If any 3-position switch is operated during this lagging time the ComfoAir will instantly revert to the
ventilation position as set at that time.
Menu P9 ¨ Status of programmes (from menu P5 and P6 additional programmes)
Sub-menu
P90
description
Openfireprogrammeactive?
Status
Activated
Yes (1) / No (0)
P91
Bypass Open?
Yes (1) / No (0)
P94
Analogue input (0-10V) active?
Yes (1) / No (0)
P95
Frost protection active?
Yes (1) / No (0)
P97
Enthalpy programme active?
Yes (1) / No (0)
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2.4
Maintenance by the user
The following maintenance must be carried out by the
user:
• Replacingthefilters;
• Cleaningthevalves(inthedwelling).
A concise explanation of these maintenance activities is
given in the paragraphs below.
Failure to carry out (periodic) maintenance on
the ComfoAir ultimately compromises the performance of the ventilation system.
2.4.1 Replacingthefilters
If so indicated on the digital operating device, the filters must be cleaned or replaced.
eplace the filters (at least) once every six
R
months.
5. Slide the new filters back into the ComfoAir.
6. Refit the filter caps (A) to the ComfoAir.
7. Reconnect the power to the ComfoAir.
henusingtheComfoAirforthefirsttime,itis
W
recommendedtoreplacethefiltersandclean
thevalvesfirst.Duringtheconstructionphase
theventilationsystemcouldhavebecomedirty
withbuildingdust.
•
•
On the display the message “FiL” and ”tEr” will appear alternately.
On the CC Ease panel "FilterI" will appear.
2.4.2 Cleaning the valves (in your dwelling)
Toreplace...
1. Press “ OK ” on the display or press "
The ventilation system may be fitted with the following
valves:
" on the
CC Ease panel for at least 4 seconds until the filter
alert disappears.
2. Disconnect the power from the ComfoAir.
3. Remove the filter caps (A) from the ComfoAir.
Exhaust valve (STB)
Exhaust valve (STV)
Exhaust valve (STB)
Exhaust valve (STB)
Exhaust valve (STC)
Exhaust valve (STC)
Exhaust valve (STV)
Exhaust valve (STV)
Exhaust valve (STK)
Exhaust valve (STK)
Exhaust valve (STC)
Exhaust valve (STK)
Supply valve
Supply valve
Supply valve (STH)
You must clean the valves (at least) twice a year:
1. Markthesettingofthevalve;
2. Removethevalvefromthewallorceiling;
3. Cleanthevalveinasolutionofsoapandwarmwater;
4. Rinsethevalvethoroughlyandwipedry;
5. Place the valve back WITH EXACTLY THE SAME
SETTING(andINTHESAMEHOLE);
6. Repeat this procedure for the other valves.
4. Remove the old filters (B) from the ComfoAir
About the valve settings...
The ventilation air is supplied and discharged by means
of valves. Gaps near doors in the dwelling ensure that the
airflowsintherightdirection.Inordertoensurethatthe
correct ventilation volumes are maintained in the rooms,
the following must be observed:
• do notsealthegaps;
• do notchangethesettingsofthevalves;
• do not swop the valves.
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The installer will have set all the valves to ensure the optimum performance of the ventilation system. Therefore,
do not change the setting of the valves.
Thisisgivenontheidentificationplateonthetopofthe
ComfoAir. The system should not be disconnected from
the power supply, unless the ComfoAir must be taken out
ofserviceduetoaseriousmalfunction,orforfiltercleaning/replacement or any other compelling reasons.
After cleaning, make sure that all valves are
placed back with the same setting (and in exactly the same ventilation hole in the wall or
ceiling) AT ALL TIMES. Otherwise, system performance will be compromised.
2.5
Malfunctions
Malfunctions in the ComfoAir are reported as follows:
• Themalfunctionalertappearsonthedisplay,
• ThemalfunctionalertappearsontheCCEasepanel;
• Themalfunctionindicatoronthe3-positionswitch
lights up.
A concise explanation of methods of reporting malfunctions is given in the paragraphs below.
2.5.1 Malfunction alerts on the digital operating
device
In the event of a malfunction, the corresponding malfunction code will be displayed on the digital operating device
of the ComfoAir.
2.5.2 3-position switch with malfunction
indicators
The3-positionswitchesthatarefittedwithamalfunction
indicatorshowwhenamalfunctionorfilterdirtyalerthas
occurred. Depending on the type of the 3-position switch,
this is done in one of the following two ways:
• 3-positionswitchwithmalfunctionindicator.
Intheeventofamalfunctionorfilterdirtyalertthe
indicatorlightsup;
• Wireless3-positionswitchwithmalfunctionindicator.
The malfunction indicators will light up once this
3-position switch is used. One indicator will light up
green to indicate communication has been established. Subsequently, in the event of a malfunction or
filterdirtyalertbothindicatorswillflashred3times.
After that, both indicators will light up green once
more.
2.5.3 What to do in the event of a malfunction
In the event of a malfunction, contact the installer. Note
down the malfunction code that appears on the digital
operating device. Make a note of your ComfoAir type.
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If the ComfoAir is disconnected from the power
supply, mechanical ventilation of the dwelling
will cease. This can lead to a build-up of moisture and results in problems with mould. Longterm deactivation of the ComfoAir must therefore be prevented.
Condensation may form on the outside of the
ComfoAir if the unit is fitted in a space with higher average humidity levels (such as a bathroom, shower, toilet or kitchen). This is not a
problem for the ComfoAir.
2.6
End of useful life
Consult with the supplier about what should be
done with the ComfoAir at the end of its useful life. If the
ComfoAir cannot be returned to the supplier, avoid disposing of it with the domestic waste, and ask your local
council about the options for recycling the components
or processing the materials in an environmentally friendly
manner.
Furthermore, do not dispose of batteries from the wireless (RF) switches with the normal waste, but bring
them to the specially designated disposal locations.
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EEC declaration of conformity
Zehnder Group Nederland B.V.
Lingenstraat 2
8028 PM Zwolle-NL
Tel.: +31 (0)38-4296911
Fax: +31 (0)38-4225694
Company register Zwolle 05022293
EEC declaration of conformity
Machine description
: heat recovery units: ComfoAir 160 series
Complies with the following directives : Machinery Directive
Low Voltage Directive
EMC Directive
(2006/42/EEC)
(2006/95/EEC)
(2004/108/EEC)
Zwolle, 4 July 2011
Zehnder Group Nederland B.V.
E. van Heuveln,
Managing Director
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© Zehnder Group Nederland B.V. 849050968-0112
Zehnder Group Nederland B.V.
Lingenstraat 2
8028 PM Zwole
Nederland
Tel.: (038) 429 69 11
Fax.: (038) 422 56 94
Internet: www.jestorkair.nl
E-mail: [email protected]
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