Essensse technical manual - PDF

Essensse technical manual - PDF
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INSTALLATION
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INSTALLATION
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VCE-A-xx,
VCE-B-xx
VCE-C-xx
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1. BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Symbol
Meaning
ATTENTION!
Warning or notice
DO NOT MISS!
Important instructions
YOU WILL NEED
Practical tips and information
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Further detailed technical information
Reference to another section
/part of the instruction manual
Before installation, thoroughly study the part Safe use of air curtains, where you will find all the instructions for
the safe and correct use of the product.
This user‘s manual includes important instructions for the correct installation of an air curtain. Carefully read and adhere to all the
following instructions before installing the air curtain! The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes including to the technical documentation without prior notice. Keep the user‘s manual for future use. Consider the instructions in the user‘s manual as
a part of the product
Statement of compliance
You will find the details at the www.2VV.cz website
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2. UNPACKING
2.1 CHECK THE DELIVERY
2.2 CONTENTS
DO NOT MISS!
Check immediately after delivery that the packed product
has not been damaged. If the packaging is damaged inform
the carrier. If the complaint is not lodged in time, no future
demands can be claimed.
t Check that the product type is the same as you ordered. In
the case of an irregularity do not unpack the air curtain and
immediately report the fault to the supplier.
t After unpacking, check that the air curtain and other parts
are in order. If in doubt contact the supplier.
t Never install a damaged air curtain!
t If you are not going to unpack the air curtain immediately
after delivery, it must be stored in a dry indoor environment
with an ambient temperature between +5 °C and +40 °C.
2x
1x
2x
4x
M6x20
VCE-x-xxx-V only
+40 oC
+5 oC
DO NOT MISS!
t In the event that the ventilation unit was transported in a
All used packaging materials are ecological and can be reused or recycled. Actively contribute to the protection of the environment by properly disposing of and
recycling packaging materials.
temperature lower than 0 °C, it is necessary to leave the
unit for at least 2 hours without turning it on, allowing the
temperature inside the unit to be levelled to the temperature of the surrounding area.
3. MAIN PARTS
1 Mounting brackets
2 Top cover
1
3 Area for connecting the regulation module
4 Suction cover
5 Connection for water heat exchanger (only on water versions)
2
6 Side cover (attached magnetically)
3
6
5
4
3
4. DIMENSIONS
I
H
E
10
10
8
G
D
F
A
C
B
Type
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
VCE-A-100-X-...
834
1035
347
179
24
60
80
169
32
VCE-A-150-X-...
1334
1535
347
179
24
60
80
169
32
VCE-A-200-X-...
1834
2035
347
179
24
60
80
169
32
VCE-B-100-X-...
829
1030
381
189
29
80
80
163
38
VCE-B-150-X-...
1330
1530
381
189
29
80
80
163
38
VCE-B-200-X-...
1830
2030
381
189
29
80
80
163
38
VCE-C-100-X-...
825
1075
441
250
50
110
90
203
38
VCE-C-150-X-...
1337
1577
441
250
50
110
90
203
38
VCE-C-200-X-...
1837
2077
441
250
50
110
90
203
38
The tube diameters for connecting the water heat exchanger are G1/2“.
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5. TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
VCE-A
Type
Air output
Recommended
[m3/h]
installation
height
Speed Speed Speed
[m]*
3
2
1
Acoustic
pressure
[dB(A)]**
3m
5m
Heater
power
output
[kW]***
Motor Tempera- Power
Total
conture
supply
consumption
sumption increase frequency
[V/A]
Δt [°C]***
[Hz]
[V/A]
Weight
[kg]****
VCE-A-100-E-...
1000
880
760
48,5
44,0
4,7
400/7,1
230/0,3
14
50
15
VCE-A-150-E-...
1450
1330
1170
50,3
45,9
7,6
400/11,4
230/0,4
15
50
20
VCE-A-200-E-...
2000
1730
1460
50,9
46,5
9,5
400/14,1
230/0,5
14
50
25
VCE-A-100-S-...
1000
890
770
48,5
44,0
-
230/0,3
230/0,3
-
50
14
VCE-A-150-S-...
2,2
1500
1360
1190
50,3
45,9
-
230/0,4
230/0,4
-
50
18
VCE-A-200-S-...
2050
1770
1500
50,9
46,5
-
230/0,5
230/0,5
-
50
23
VCE-A-100-G-...
1000
880
760
48,5
44,0
2,4
400/6,1
230/0,3
7
50
15
VCE-A-150-G-...
1450
1330
1170
50,3
45,9
4,8
400/8,4
230/0,4
10
50
20
VCE-A-200-G-...
2000
1730
1460
50,9
46,5
5,9
400/10,3
230/0,5
9
50
25
* Maximum recommended installation height suitable for most applications (may differ based on the existing conditions at the
installation location).
** Acoustic pressure measured at 3 and 5 m away from the device at maximum motor speed. Direction coefficient Q: 2.
*** Suction air temperature +18°C, at maximum heating level and highest fan speed.
**** Weight without regulation.
VCE-B
Type
Air output
Recommended
[m3/h]
installation
height
Speed Speed Speed
[m]*
3
2
1
Acoustic
pressure
[dB(A)]**
3m
5m
Heater
power
output
[kW]***
Motor Tempera- Power
Total
conture
supply
consumption
sumption increase frequency
[V/A]
Δt [°C]***
[Hz]
[V/A]
Weight
[kg]****
VCE-B-100-E-...
1450
1320
1120
55,9
51,5
5,9
400/10,2
230/0,6
12
50
16
VCE-B-150-E-...
2150
1860
1500
57,0
52,6
10,0
400/15,9
230/0,7
15
50
22
VCE-B-200-E-...
2800
1160
1770
57,5
53,0
12,5
400/19,6
230/0,8
14
50
27
VCE-B-100-V-...
1300
1190
1010
55,8
51,3
9,6
230/0,6
230/0,6
24
50
17
VCE-B-150-V-...
1900
1720
1410
54,4
49,9
15,7
230/0,7
230/0,7
26
50
23
VCE-B-200-V-...
2550
2160
1730
541
49,7
22,4
230/0,8
230/0,8
27
50
28
1500
1340
1140
56,5
52,0
-
230/0,6
230/0,6
-
50
15
2200
1880
1530
58,6
54,2
-
230/0,7
230/0,7
-
50
20
VCE-B-200-S-...
2900
2290
1800
57,7
53,2
-
230/0,8
230/0,8
-
50
24
VCE-B-100-F-...
1450
1320
1120
55,9
51,5
9,4
400/14,0
230/0,6
21
50
16
VCE-B-150-F-...
2150
1860
1500
57,0
52,6
15,1
400/22,8
230/0,7
22
50
22
VCE-B-200-F-...
2800
2260
1770
57,5
53,0
19,1
400/28,3
230/0,8
20
50
27
VCE-B-100-G-...
1450
1320
1120
55,9
51,5
4,7
400/ 7,4
230/0,6
10
50
16
VCE-B-150-G-...
2150
1860
1500
57,0
52,6
7,6
400/11,6
230/0,7
11
50
22
VCE-B-200-G-...
2800
2260
1770
57,5
53,0
9,6
400/14,6
230/0,8
10
50
27
VCE-B-100-S-...
VCE-B-150-S-...
3
* Maximum recommended installation height suitable for most applications (may differ based on the existing conditions at the
installation location).
** Acoustic pressure measured at 3 and 5 m away from the device at maximum motor speed. Direction coefficient Q: 2.
*** Suction air temperature +18°C, at maximum heating level (90/70) and highest fan speed.
**** Weight without regulation.
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5. TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
VCE-C
Type
Air output
Recommended
[m3/h]
installation
height
Speed Speed Speed
[m]*
3
2
1
Acoustic
pressure
[dB(A)]**
3m
5m
Heater
power
output
[kW]***
Motor Tempera- Power
Total
conture
supply
consumption
sumption increase frequency
[V/A]
Δt [°C]***
[Hz]
[V/A]
Weight
[kg]****
VCE-C-100-E-...
2500
2250
1700
65,5
61,1
9,9
400/15,7
230/1,3
12
50
23
VCE-C-150-E-...
3600
3250
2700
66,2
61,7
15,2
400/23,8
230/1,7
13
50
32
VCE-C-200-E-...
4550
4000
3400
65,0
60,6
19,1
400/30,5
230/2,8
13
50
39
VCE-C-100-V-...
2150
1850
1500
65,1
60,6
17,2
230/1,0
230/1,0
24
50
25
VCE-C-150-V-...
3000
2700
2300
62,4
58,0
25,6
230/1,4
230/1,4
25
50
33
VCE-C-200-V-...
4250
3800
3050
64,4
59,9
37,0
230/2,8
230/2,8
24
50
42
VCE-C-100-S-...
2500
2250
1700
65,5
61,1
-
230/1,3
230/1,3
-
50
22
VCE-C-150-S-...
3800
3400
2750
66,2
61,7
-
230/1,7
230/1,7
-
50
30
4
VCE-C-200-S-...
4700
4050
3400
65,0
60,6
-
230/2,8
230/2,8
-
50
37
VCE-C-100-G-...
2500
2250
1700
65,5
61,1
6,1
400/10,49
230/1,3
7
50
23
VCE-C-150-G-...
3600
3250
2700
66,2
61,7
9,8
400/15,6
230/1,7
8
50
32
VCE-C-200-G-...
4550
4000
3400
65,0
60,6
13,0
400/21,8
230/2,8
9
50
39
* Maximum recommended installation height suitable for most applications (may differ based on the existing conditions at the
installation location).
** Acoustic pressure measured at 3 and 5 m away from the device at maximum motor speed. Direction coefficient Q: 2.
*** Suction air temperature +18°C, at maximum heating level (90/70) and highest fan speed.
**** Weight without regulation.
Type
Air
output
[m3/h]
Heating
output
[kW]
Temperature
at
exhaust
[°C]
Pressure
loss
[kPa]
VCE-B-100-V-...
1300
9,6
42,3
0,5
VCE-B-150-V-...
1900
15,7
44,9
2,6
VCE-B-200-V-...
2550
22,4
46,6
3,2
VCE-C-100-V-...
2150
17,2
42
2,5
VCE-C-150-V-...
3000
25,6
43,6
19,2
44,1
13,8
VCE-C-200-V-...
4250
37
Air curtain with a water heat exchanger for a water temperature gradient of 90/70 °C
and a suction air temperature of +18 °C.
Type
Air
output
[m3/h]
Heating
output
[kW]
Temperature
at
exhaust
[°C]
Pressure
loss
[kPa]
VCE-B-100-V-...
1300
8,0
37,9
0,4
VCE-B-150-V-...
1900
13,0
40,0
2,0
VCE-B-200-V-...
2550
18,6
41,4
2,2
VCE-C-100-V-...
2150
14,1
37,7
1,8
VCE-C-150-V-...
3000
21,0
39,0
13,7
39,4
9,9
VCE-C-200-V-...
4250
30,4
Air curtain with a water heat exchanger for a water temperature gradient of 80/60 °C
and a suction air temperature of +18 °C.
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5. TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
Type
Air
output
[m3/h]
Heating
output
[kW]
Temperature
at
exhaust
[°C]
Pressure
loss
[kPa]
VCE-B-100-V-...
1300
6,3
33,6
0,2
VCE-B-150-V-...
1900
10,3
35,2
1,5
VCE-B-200-V-...
2550
14,8
36,4
1,4
VCE-C-100-V-...
2150
11,2
33,6
1,2
VCE-C-150-V-...
3000
16,7
34,7
9,2
VCE-C-200-V-...
4250
24
35,0
6,7
Air curtain with a water heat exchanger for a water temperature gradient of 70/50 °C
and a suction air temperature of +18 °C.
Type
Air
output
[m3/h]
Heating
output
[kW]
Temperature
at
exhaust
[°C]
Pressure
loss
[kPa]
VCE-B-100-V-...
1300
4,7
29,5
0,2
VCE-B-150-V-...
1900
7,7
30,7
1,0
VCE-B-200-V-...
2550
12,2
31,5
0,8
VCE-C-100-V-...
2150
8,3
29,6
0,7
VCE-C-150-V-...
3000
12,4
30,4
5,6
VCE-C-200-V-...
4250
17,8
30,6
4,2
Air curtain with a water heat exchanger for a water temperature gradient of 60/40 °C
and a suction air temperature of +18 °C .
The warm water heat exchanger made from Cu/Al materials is intended for a max. operating water temperature of +100 °C and a
max. operating pressure of 1.6 MPa.
6. INSTALLATION
6.1 OPERATING CONDITIONS:
6.2 INSTALLATION CONDITIONS:
The air curtain is designed to be operated in a dry indoor environment at an ambient temperature in the range from 5°C
to +40°C and at a relative humidity of up to 80%, for transporting air that is free of dust, fats, chemical emissions and other
pollutants. The electrical protection rating of the air curtain is
IP 20 (protection against bodies larger than 12.5 mm, not protected against water). Air curtains with an electric heater are
fitted with an operating thermostat with an automatic reset
(located on every heating element) and an emergency thermostat with a manual reset. The hot water heat exchangers
are intended for a maximum operating water temperature of
+100°C and a maximum operating pressure of 1.6 MPa. The
air curtain design must always be drawn up by a HVAC and
central heating project engineer.
The installation and assembly of an air curtain may only be
carried out by a person with relevant qualifications, that has
suitable tools and equipment at their disposal. The air curtain
is supplied with 2x mounting brackets bolted to the top part
of the curtain‘s case as standard. If you wish to install the curtain on threaded rods, it is necessary to order this separately.
For the correct function of the curtain, you should adhere to
the following rules:
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6. INSTALLATION
DO NOT MISS!
t The minimum air curtain clearance distances must be ad-
t
t
t
t
t
t
hered to (see. picture - clearance distances) with respect to
the flammability of materials.
The clearance distances with respect to the flammability
of materials is determined by the project engineer of the
given project, respecting the valid codes at the installation
location of the air curtain.
The curtain can only be installed in a horizontal position.
For the curtain to operate properly, there must be at least
200 mm of free space in front of the suction inlet cover.
The exhaust of the curtain should be located as close as
possible to the door or curtained opening.
the curtain should overlap the curtained opening on both
sides by at least 100mm.
If you install the curtain above a door, locate it as close as
possible to the top edge of the door. Make sure that neither
the suction nor the exhaust is shielded by anything and
that the airflow can travel freely into the room, see Picture.
6.3 AIR CURTAIN
INSTALLATION PROCEDURE:
1. Installation of the flexible supply hose
- only on the water version
t It is recommended to use flexible hoses for connecting the
water heater.
t The connection and pressure tests of the heater must be
carried out by a person qualified in the field of plumbing,
who must at all times adhere to the valid norms and regulations of the given country.
t The heater is designed to use water with a maximum pressure of 1.6 MPa and a maximum temperature of +100 °C.
t Install flexible pipe before installing the brackets.
2. Installation Procedure
1. screw out the screws of the bottom cover and remove the
cover
min. 100 mm
min. 50 mm* min. 200 mm
2. remove the side panel by pulling to the side
* if the conditions require a greater foreblow than normal, then it is necessary to maintain a clearance of at
least 50 mm from the wall to enable movement.
3. bend the metal sheet as shown in the picture; pull the
included water supply hoses through the created opening.
Connect the hoses and close the side cover.
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6. INSTALLATION
DO NOT MISS!
2. hang it on threaded rods.
t
t connect the pipes in an counterflow connection arrange-
ment, the connection of the hot heating water and the return heating water is shown in the picture (picture below).
t We recommend that you attach shut-off fittings on to the
inlet and outlet of the heater to make it possible to shut-off
the water
Normally the curtain is hung on the installation brackets above the door if the installation location permits. When using
the brackets you have the following options:
a - it can be used in the case, where there is at least 15 cm
above the curtain and the user does not mind that the brackets are visible.
b - it gives the option for installation in the case of a small
clearance above the curtain (however, at least 5 cm). In that
case the brackets are not visible.
3. Hanging the curtain in the installation
position
Measure out the installation holes, measure out the dimensions and prepare the curtain mounts - see the Dimensions
table on page 4.
The curtain must be installed in such a way that the bottom
edge of the curtain is as close as possible to the edge of the
door. Adhere to the minimum clearance distances during installation.
The curtain can normally be installed in two ways:
1. use the installation brackets and mount it on the wall.
A
B
If there is a ventilation window above the door or another
material preventing the installation of a bracket, it is possible
to use threaded rods and to suspend the curtain from the ceiling connecting directly into dowels (see further in the text).
Installation using the mounting brackets
YOU WILL NEED
4x dowels (not included)
4x bolts (not included)
Screw off the brackets and according to the dimension diagram (see „Dimensions“) measure out the holes on the wall
(adhere to the installation rules). Remember that it is necessary to choose, whether you will install the curtain according to
A or B and based on this set the height of the holes! Screw the
bolts that were used for attachment to the bracket back into
the holes in the curtain (only partially into the curtain) and
hang the curtain on these bolts. Check the that the curtain
is properly secured so that the curtain does not fall out
accidentally.
Installation using threaded rods
YOU WILL NEED
4x anchor 6mm (not included)
4x threaded rod M6 (not included)
8x nut M6 (not included)
Wrench M10 (not included)
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6. INSTALLATION
Before the actual installation, check that the ceiling structure
has the carrying capacity to hold the weight of the curtain.
Perform the installation according to the following pictures.
4. Installation of the regulation module
(you will find detailed instructions in the
handbook for the given regulation module)
The following procedure requires the bottom cover to be removed
4.1 remove the designated side panel, which is magnetically
attached from the side of the motor
30mm
1. Attachment to the ceiling
10mm
30mm
4.2. using a size M5 Allen key, remove the designated bolts
and take off the inner side panel
2. Attachment to the curtain
30mm
4x
10mm
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6. INSTALLATION
4.3. Pulling the supply cables through
Pull a sufficient length of power cable through into the unit.
Pull through the communications cable if you will use the DM
regulation module.
Pull through the cables for accessories, if used.
6.2. connect together the TYCO connectors
6.3 connect together the switching elements and if appro
priate the DM regulation module, connect the communi
cation cable
ATTENTION!
The power cable must be determined by the project engineer in the given building, it must conform to valid
norms and codes and must respect the performance and
installation parameters of the curtain.
4.4. Installation of the regulation module (the
regulation module is not included with the curtain)
6.4 finally connect the power cable as shown in the connection diagram
4.6. Installation of partitions
1. Attach the inner side panel and screw in the designated
screws using a size M5 Allen key
1. insert the appropriate regulation module into the unit
2. fasten 3x self-tapping bolts M5 using an Allen key M5 (the
bolts are included in the regulation module package)
2. return the magnets to their original position
3. put the designated side panel back in its place
ATTENTION!
You need an extension attachment at least 20cm long
4.5. Connecting the cables
6.1. secure the electrical power cord in the pull reduction
elements
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6. INSTALLATION
4.7. Install the bottom cover
REGULATION AND ACCESSORIES
1. slide the cover into the grooves (see picture below - direction 1)
2. pull the cover towards the unit (see picture below - direction 2)
3. screw the bottom cover to the unit
It is possible to connect the following regulation modules to
ESSENSSE air curtains:
Regulation
type
DM
RF
Type
of
curtain
DK-1
SH-TM848
TER-P
ZV-3
DS
TV1/1
Regulation
code
cold
X
X
-
-
X
-
RGJ-VCE-DM-S
RGJ-VCE-DM-V
water
X
X
X
X
X
X
electric
X
X
X
-
X
-
RGJ-VCE-DM-E
cold
-
-
-
-
X
-
RGJ-VCE-RF-VS
water
-
-
-
-
X
X
RGJ-VCE-RF-VS
electric
-
-
X
-
X
-
RGJ-VCE-RF-E
x ... can be connected
- ... cannot be connected
You will find a detailed description of the accessories in the
manuals of the individual regulation modules.
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1
7. SWITCHING
ON FOR THE FIRST TIME
7.1 SETTING THE DIRECTION OF THE AIR
EXHAUST
ATTENTION!
ATTENTION!
Before putting the air curtain into operation check:
t Whether any tools or other items that could damage the air
curtain have been left in the air curtain.
t Whether the electrical power supply is properly connected
and whether the heating water connection is properly connected.
t Whether the all the covers are properly attached.
t Whether the control panel is correctly connected.
By turning on for the first time test that the device is in order
(the fans run, heating). Check other possible settings and product functions according to the individual regulation module
user‘s manuals.
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Perform the setting during the installation of the curtain by
deviating the exhaust to the required direction. The Essensse air curtain makes it possible to turn the air exhaust at the
maximum angle of 15°. The exhaust direction setting is not
designed to be moved frequently.
8. MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
ATTENTION!
Before carrying out any work inside the air curtain, the main power input must be disconnected. The air curtain must be
allowed to cool down!
t
t
t
t
t
It is forbidden to use compressed air, aggressive chemicals, solvents or water for cleaning.
Clean using a damp cloth, fine brush or vacuum cleaner.
Clean the surface of the air curtain including the suction inlet part.
Clean as necessary, it is recommended that cleaning should be performed at least once every 3 months.
Adhere to workplace safety and use protective aids.
9. CONCLUSION
9. CONCLUSION
After installing the air curtain, carefully read the Manual for the respective regulation module. If anything is unclear or you have
questions, do not hesitate to contact our sales or technical support department.
CONTACT
Address:
2VV, s.r.o.,
Poděbradská 289,
530 09 Pardubice,
Czech Republic
Internet:
http://www.2vv.cz/contact.distribution.php
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RGJ-VCE-DM-E
RGJ-VCE-DM-S
RGJ-VCE-DM-V
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1. BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Symbol
Meaning
ATTENTION!
Warning or notice
DO NOT MISS!
Important instructions
YOU WILL NEED
Practical tips and information
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Further detailed technical information
Reference to another section
/part of the instruction manual
Before installation, thoroughly study the part Safe use of air curtains, where you will find all the instructions for
the safe and correct use of the product.
Statement of compliance
The statement of compliance for the DM control module is a part of the statement of compliance for the ESSENSSE air curtains.
The statement of compliance can be found at www.2vv.cz.
DO NOT MISS!
Air curtains ESSENSSE are equipped with a universal connection interface.
Air curtains ESSENSSE can be controlled using one of the following control modules.
DM control modules are a necessary accessory for VCE... air curtains and must be ordered separately.
The air curtain is connected to the control module using „Quick connect connectors (TYCO)“
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2. UNPACKING
2.1 CHECK THE DELIVERY
1x
1x
PTPM
1x
RJ12
3. MAIN PARTS
3.1 DM CONTROL MODULE
Types of DM control modules:
RGJ-VCE-DM-S (Suitable for all models without heating VCE-xx-S)
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3. MAIN PARTS
RGJ-VCE-DM-V (Suitable for all models with a water heat exchanger VCE-xx-V)
RGJ-VCE-DM-E (Suitable for all models with electric heat exchanger VCE-xx-E(G,F))
3.2 OVERVIEW DM CONTROL MODULE FUNCTIONS
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Air curtain installation
Air only
(VCE-xx-S)
With an electric heater
(VCE-xx-E)
With a water heat exchanger
(VCE-xx-V)
Control module
RGJ-VCE-DM-S
RGJ-VCE-DM-E
RGJ-VCE-DM-V
Type of control
Touch
Touch
Touch
Fan speed
3 SPEED
3 SPEED
3 SPEED
Regulation of the electric heater
x
2 levels
x
Regulation of the water heat
exchanger
x
x
ON/OFF
Control panel connection
cable
cable
cable
Optional door switch connection
YES
YES
YES
Optional external switch
YES
YES
YES
Optional regulation of the heat
exchanger with a thermostat
X
YES -room thermostat
YES -room thermostat
Operation status indicator
LED
LED
LED
Aftercooling of the electric heater
X
30/60 sec.
X
Chain connection of air curtains
yes (up to 6)
yes (up to 6)
yes (up to 6)
4. INSTALLATION
ATTENTION!
• Installation must be performed by a professionally trained
electrician. All national regulations and directives must be
adhered to.
• The electrical diagrams located on the product supersede
the diagrams presented in this manual!
• Before installation, check that the description of the terminal clamps corresponds to the designations on the electrical connection diagram. If in any doubt contact your supplier and under no circumstances connect the air curtain!
• Never reach into the air curtain with your hand unless the
main el. power supply is turned off!
3. Use the M5 hex key to screw out the bolts and remove the
inter-partition of the curtain
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
The air curtain is connected to the control module using
„TYCO Quick connect connectors“.
YOU WILL NEED
M5 hex key
Extension attachment at least 20cm long
4. Pull the supply cables through:
1. Remove the bottom cover:
• pull a sufficient length of power cable through into the unit
• pull through the communications cable if you will use the
DM regulation module.
• pull through the cables for accessories, if used
2. Remove the designer side panel on the side of the motor:
5. Insert the appropriate regulation module into the unit
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CONTROL BLOCK
SLAVE CURTAINS
SLAVE
MASTER
controller
door contact
external clock
DOOR CONTACT
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EXTERNAL INPUT
FUSE
RGJ-VCE-DM-S
RGJ-VCE-DM-S
4. INSTALLATION
4.1 DM REGULATION DIAGRAM
CONTROL BLOCK
SLAVE CURTAINS
SLAVE
MASTER
controller
door contact
external clock
DOOR CONTACT EXTERNAL INPUT
FUSE
ROOM THERMOSTAT
TER-P
RGJ-VCE-DM-E
RGJ-VCE-DM-E
4. INSTALLATION
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8
CONTROL BLOCK
SLAVE CURTAINS
SLAVE
MASTER
controller
door contact
external clock
DOOR CONTACT EXTERNAL INPUT
FUSE
ZONE VALVE
ROOM THERMOSTAT
TER-P
RGJ-VCE-DM-V
RGJ-VCE-DM-V
4. INSTALLATION
4. INSTALLATION
4.2 CONTROL PANEL
1
2
3
4
5
9
6
7
8
1
Heating level I. indicator. (only for version RGJ-VCE-DM-E a RGJ-VCE-DM-V).
2
Heating level II. indicator. (only for version RGJ-VCE-DM-E a RGJ-VCE-DM-V)
3
Open door indicator.
4
Service indicator.
5
Increase fan power button.
6
Decrease fan power button.
7
Power on/off button for the appliance.
8
Change heating power button.
9
Set fan power (level I to III).
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4. INSTALLATION
4.2-1 Connecting the control panel
Connect the DM regulation with the control panel using the provided cable (RJ12 and PTPM terminals)
RJ12
PTPM
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
A 5-metre cable is supplied.
The communications cable may extend up to a maximum length of 30 metres.
1
2
3
RJ12
Pull the communication cable
through the control
panel box.
Separate the box
from the control
panel (you do
not need to use
any tool).
Attach the box
to the electrical
wiring box in the
wall.
PTPM
4
6
5
Connect the connector
to the control panel.
Connect the cable to
the box of the regulation.
Place the control
panel into the box.
MASTER SLAVE
4.2-2 Connecting multiple air curtains — chaining
1.
2.
...6
.
max. 40m
MASTER
8A
8A
RJ12
DK
MASTER
SLAVE
15/16 17/18
KABEL-05M
PTPM
MASTER
SLAVE
8A
15/16 17/18
SLAVE
15/16 17/18
KABEL-05M
DK
DK
SH
DK Door contact
SH timer switch
The air curtain ESSENSSE Comfort makes it possible to connect up to six air curtains together and to control them using a single
control panel (i.e. air curtains can be chained). Select any air curtain to be the control curtain (Master) and connect the control
panel to it. Then, to this air curtain subsequently connect other air curtains, which will thereby be controlled (Slave). The same type
of communications cable is used to connect the air curtains between each other and the control panel.
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5. EXTERNAL ACCESSORIES
5.1 CONNECTING EXTERNAL ACCESSORIES
DO NOT OVERLOOK
• During the connections of external accessories, the air curtain must be disconnected from mains el. power.
• All external control components must be connected according to the electrical diagram.
• Connectors must connected to the electrical board with appropriate force and always vertically to the base.
5.1-1 DK-1 Door contact
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
- Insulated switching contact with a max. voltage of 12V.
- Cable - Two conductor cable with a diameter of 0.5 mm. - Maximum length: 50 m
Connectors on DM control modules: 17 / 18
ATTENTION!
Not supplied with the product.
5.1-2 ZV-3 zone valve
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
- Zone valve for regulation of the water heat exchanger
- Cable - Three conductor cable with a diameter of 1.5 mm, 230 V / 50Hz.
Only for RGJ-VCE-DM-V control modules!
Connectors on DM control modules: Lo / L / N
ATTENTION!
Not supplied with the product.
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5. EXTERNAL ACCESSORIES
5.1-3 TER-P room thermostat
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
- Room thermostat for regulation of the heat exchanger.
- Cable - Two conductor cable with a diameter of 1.5 mm, 230 V / 50Hz.
Only for RGJ-VCE-DM-V a RGJ-VCE-DM-E control modules!
Connectors on DM control modules: Th / Th
ATTENTION!
Not supplied with the product.
SH timer switch
- The timer switch is connected to the master air curtain
- Only a single timer switch can be used for all the chained air curtains
- The timer switch turns off all the chained air curtains
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
- It is possible to connect a room thermostat (TER-P) instead of the timer switch
Regulation options
Accessories that can be connected
Location of the connector
Function
regulation clamp
turning the curtain on and off
at a set time
door contact DK-1
regulation clamp
turning the curtain on an off
when door is open/closed
and based on the service
menu (DOOR function)
room thermostat TER-P
in the location of the main
power supply clamp
controls the heating on the
respective curtain
external switching clock SH-TM-848
regulation clamp
turning the curtain on and off
at a set time
door contact DK-1
regulation clamp
turning the curtain on an off
when door is open/closed
and based on the service
menu (DOOR function)
room thermostat TER-P
in the location of the main
power supply clamp
controls the heating on the
respective curtain
zone valve ZV-3
in the location of the main
power supply clamp
open closed - regulates to the
required temperature
external switching clock SH-TM-848
regulation clamp
turning the curtain on and off
at a set time
door contact DK-1
regulation clamp
turning the curtain on an off
when door is open/closed
and based on the service
menu (DOOR function)
external switching clock SH-TM-848
RGJ-VCE-DM-E
RGJ-VCE-DM-V
RGJ-VCE-DM-S
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6. SWITCHING ON FOR THE FIRST TIME
DO NOT OVERLOOK
Before starting the air curtain with a DM control module, check the following:
• Did you leave any tools or items inside the curtain which could damage it?
• Is the appropriate amount of electrical power available, and if so, is also heating water necessary?
• Did you close the air curtain correctly?
• Was the control module connected correctly?
Carefully read the following chapter before connecting the curtain.
7. CONTROLS
Turning a curtain on and off
No indicator lights are on in the turned off state and the curtain can only be turned on using button
, or to enter the service
mode menu by simultaneously holding down buttons 5,6
for 5 seconds. The set fan power is lit in the turned on state
(minimum level I.), and possibly other indicator lights. The curtain is turned on and off using the
button. The button must be
pressed for 1.5 seconds. At the beginning a short beep is made. Then a longer beep indicates that the required pressing time has
been achieved. Also, at this moment the curtain mode changes to off or on.
Setting the power of the fans
In the turned on state, it is possible to use the
button to select the required fan power level. In the range from I. to III. level.
The set fan power level is then shown by the indicator lights between the
buttons. The lowest level that can be set is I. On
curtains with an electric heater, in the event that the fan power level is reduced from level II. to level I., the given heating level II.
may also be reduced to level I.
Setting the power of the electric heater
It is performed in the turned on state using the button
. It is possible to select three levels:
1. No heating. Both indicator lights
are off.
2. First heating level. The indicator light is lit.
3. The second heating level (highest). The
indicator light is lit. If when switching to this selection the fan power
is at level I., its power level will automatically be increased to level II.
Setting the power of the water heater
It is performed in the turned on state using the button
, are off.
1. No heating. Both indicator lights
2. Heating is permitted. The
indicator light is lit.
. It is possible to select three levels:
Aftercooling
This is an automatic function the purpose of which is to protect the electric heater when it is turned off, by using fans to cool it. It is
always initiated when heating is to be turned off and the fans are to be stopped. That is for example, when the curtain is turned off
or the door is closed. The aftercooling time can be set at 30 or 60 seconds. The required aftercooling time is set in the service mode.
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7. CONTROLS
EXTERNAL SWITCH
It has the highest priority and is usually used for controlling the curtain using a timer switch. If it is not use, its input must be interconnected using a conductor (clamp), in the same way as supplied by the manufacturer. This state means that it is turned on, i.e.
„curtain function is permitted“. If the external switch is disengaged, the entire curtain is turned off, including the control panel. If
heating was turned on, only the aftercooling procedure will be performed. If the curtain is turned off using the external switch, it
is then not possible to turn it on. When an attempt is made to turn it on in this state, the control panel makes a long beep and the
fan power signal indicators flash for 5 seconds. Then it returns to the turned off state. Once the external switch is engaged again,
the control panel returns to the state in which it was at the moment when the external switch was turned off.
DOOR SWITCH
The door switch can be used to automatically control the behaviour of the curtain when the door is open or closed. When it is not
used, its contact remains disconnected. Which corresponds to the open door state. The state of the door switch is shown on the
indicator is lit. When the door is open it is off.
control panel in the turned on state. When the door is closed the
FUNCTION WHEN THE DOOR IS OPEN
When the door is open the curtain works normally. In the turned on state it is possible to change the fan and heater power on the
control panel. The set changes take practically immediate effect on the function of the curtain. After the door is closed, the curtain remains in the initial mode for another 20 seconds, which is a protection against frequent opening and closing of the door.
After this time has elapsed, the curtain goes into a reduced power output mode. When the door is closed, there are three possible
setting options in which the curtain can operate. The required setting is set in the service mode.
FUNCTION WHEN THE DOOR IS CLOSED
When the door is closed, the fan and heating setting remains on the control panel. This setting can be changed, however the changes will only take effect after the door is opened again. An exception may be heating control. In setting options 2 and 3 it is possible
to partially or fully control the heating. See the description of the setting options:
1) The function of the curtain is completely stopped. The fans and the heater are turned off completely. If the heating was turned
on, now it will be turned off and it is not possible to turn it on. It is necessary to also consider the aftercooling time, when the fan
will run at level I.
2) The fan power will go to level I. (standard factory setting). If the heating was turned on, it will continue to be on. However, on
curtains with electric heating, heating power will be lowered from level II. to level I. Heating output can be controlled. On electric
curtains the heating power output will be limited to no more than level I. (i.e. even when level II. is set).
3) The fan power output will switch to level II. The heating state remains unchanged and it can be controlled without limitations.
SERVICE MODE
In the service mode it is possible to select the aftercooling time 30/60 seconds and the behaviour of the curtain when the door is
closed. Enter the configuration mode no sooner than 30 seconds after connecting the curtain to the power supply. It is only possiat the same time. It must be held
ble to enter the service mode in the turned off state by holding down the two buttons
indicator
down for 5 seconds and no other button may be pressed during this time. Likewise, during this 5 second interval, the
will be flashing. The successful entry into the service mode will then be indicated by a longer beep.
SELECTING CURTAIN BEHAVIOUR WHEN THE DOOR IS CLOSED
It is indicated by a lit indicator light
It is possible to select one of three options. They are once again indicated by the indicators normally used for indicating fan power.
Level I. – fans turn off when the door is closed.
Level II. – fans turn to fan speed level I (standard factory setting) when the door is closed.
Level III. – fans turn to fan speed level II when the door is closed.
buttons. Confirm the selection and complete the service mode by holding down the
The selection is again made using the
button for 2 seconds.
Only by completely completing the service mode will the set values be saved. Any inactivity lasting longer than 1 minute will
automatically end the service mode and any performed changes will not be saved. The curtain always returns to the off state after
the service mode is ended.
SELECTING THE LENGTH OF THE AFTERCOOLING TIME (only for RGJ-VCE-DM-E)
It is the second parameter that is set
.
The aftercooling time is now indicated by the indicators normally used for indicating fan power
Level I. – aftercooling time of 30 seconds
Level II. – aftercooling time of 60 seconds
The selection is made using the
buttons. Confirm the selection and proceed to the next parameter by holding down
the
button for 2 seconds.
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8. MAINTENANCE
ATTENTION!
Before carrying out any work inside the air curtain, the main power input must be disconnected. The air curtain must be allowed
to cool down!
8.1CLEANING
ATTENTION!
• It is forbidden to use compressed air, chemicals, solvents or water for cleaning.
• Using a fine hand brush or vacuum cleaner, clean out the air suction inlet cover and the inside of the air curtain.
9. TROUBLESHOOTING
9.1 SAFETY ELEMENTS
9.1-1 Overheating protection
of the electric heater
If the electric heater overheats, then the safety thermostat
will disconnect it from operation. After the electric heater
cools down, it will be automatically reconnected.
If an accident occurs and the safety thermostat fails, then the
emergency thermostat will be activated and the heater will
be disconnected permanently. The heaters on all the remaining air curtains will remain in operation.
ATTENTION!
• The activation of the thermostats is not indicated, the
malfunction can be identified by the reduction of heating
power output when based on the control panel setting it
should be heating.
• When the emergency thermostat is activated it is necessary
to identify the cause of the overheating!
• Before carrying out any work inside the air curtain, the
main power supply must be disconnected!
9.1-2 Overheating protection
of the fan
If the motor overheats, a thermal fuse will put it out of operation.
The motor will be automatically reconnected after it cools
down.
ATTENTION!
• The disconnection of an overheated motor is not indicated,
the malfunction can be identified by the reduction in the
blowing power of the air curtain.
• When the motor is disconnected it is necessary to identify
the cause of the malfunction!
• Before carrying out any work inside the air curtain, the
main power supply must be disconnected.
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9. TROUBLESHOOTING
9.2 BEFORE YOU CALL THE SERVICE CENTRE...
malfunction
possible cause
The air curtain is disconnected from the
power supply, for example due to an
electrical power outage or the disengagement of the main circuit breaker
solution
Check the fuse cabinet in the installation
location of the air curtain.
The values for the air and power supply do Measure the supply current and voltage and
not correspond to the values on the rating compare with the values on the rating label
located on the case of the air curtain.
label of the air curtain.
THE AIR CURTAIN
CANNOT BE STARTED.
The electrical wiring connection does not
correspond to the connection diagram.
Find the diagram and check the connection
of the air curtain. The diagram
is found either in the Installation manual or
under the service cover of the air curtain.
The neutral conductor is not connected.
Connect it.
One of the conductors came loose from a
clamp during the connection of the air
curtain
Screw out the protective cover and check
the clamps.
The cable connecting the control panel is
incorrectly connected.
THE AIR CURTAIN IS
CONNECTED TO POWER BUT
DOES NOT WORK PROPERLY.
The air curtain fuse is burned out.
OVERHEATING OF THE ELECTRIC Insufficient space in front of the air suction
grate or limited suction of the air curtain
HEATER
(see the Installation manual).
(The air curtain is not heating,
even though according to
The air curtain is dirty
the setting on the control
One or more fans have failed inside the air
panel it should be.)
curtain
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Check that the cable connection between
the control panel and the control electronics of the air curtain is correct.
Pull out the end of the cable from the
"MASTER" connector located on the
electronics board of the air curtain and click
it in again. Open the control panel box and
pull out the cable from the printed circuit
board and click it in again. Try using a
different cable supplied by the manufacturer and again check the working order of
the air curtain. If the air curtain is still not
working, change the control panel for
another and test the air curtain again.
Check the air curtain fuse. The fuse is
located on the electronics board of the air
curtain. Check whether it is burned out. If
yes, then it is necessary to replace the fuse
with one of the same electrical value.
Provide for the correct spatial conditions.
Clean out the air curtain.
Contact a service centre and have the fan
replaced
9. TROUBLESHOOTING
DO NOT OVERLOOK
• In all cases of the motor or heater overheating on the air curtain, it is necessary to identify the cause and to remedy it.
• If the overheating is caused by any kind of internal failure inside the air curtain, it is imperative to contact the appropri-
ate authorised service centre.
9.3 ERROR INDICATION VIA FLASHING LED
DO NOT OVERLOOK
The signal LED is located on the electronics board next to the MASTER connector.
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
When air curtains are chained, the error message is indicated on any of the air curtains. To identify on which air curtain the error
has occurred, it is necessary to check the LED diodes on all the chained air curtains. OK state – LED flashes periodically 1x/second.
OK state – LED flashes periodically 1x/second.
Number of LED flashes
Indication
on panel
3x / 10s
–
1x / 1s
–
Error
Solution
Check that the cable is
correctly connected in the
Communications error control panel and in the air
curtain, or whether it is
interrupted.
status ok
no defect
If you were unsuccessful in resolving the problem and unable to put the air curtain into operation despite using the troubleshooting table, please contact an authorised service centre – see following chapter SERVICE.
DO NOT OVERLOOK
In the event of any intervention, the air curtain must be disconnected from the main electrical power supply. If you are not
certain that what you are doing is correct, never start doing any repairs and call a professional service!
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10. SERVICE
10.1 IF YOU CANNOT FIX THE PROBLEM YOURSELF
If you were unable to fix the problem, contact the supplier or an exclusive 2VV distributor. The warranty and post-warranty service
is carried out by the supplier or one of the authorised service organisations, their list is available at the supplier.
Provide the supplier or the service centre with the following information:
- model number of the air curtain,
- used accessories,
- installation location,
- serial number,
- installation conditions (also electrical)
- time of operation,
- a detailed description of the fault.
10.2 PUTTING THE PRODUCT OUT OF OPERATION - DISPOSAL
Before disposing of the product make it unusable. Old products also contain materials, which can be recycled. Hand them over to
a recycling collection point. It is better to have the product disposed of at a location that specialises in this activity, which will then
be able to use the recyclable materials. Hand over the unusable parts of the product to a managed waste facility.
When disposing of the materials it is necessary to adhere to relevant national waste disposal regulations.
11. CONCLUSION
11. CONCLUSION
If anything is unclear or you have questions, do not hesitate to contact our sales or technical support department.
CONTACT
Adresse:
2VV, s.r.o.,
Poděbradská 289,
530 09 Pardubice,
Czech Republic
Internet:
http://www.2vv.cz/contact.distribution.php
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RGJ-VCE-RF-VS
RGJ-VCE-RF-E
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1. BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Symbol
Meaning
ATTENTION!
Warning or notice
DO NOT MISS!
Important instructions
YOU WILL NEED
Practical tips and information
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Further detailed technical information
Reference to another section
/part of the instruction manual
Before installation, thoroughly study the part Safe use of air curtains, where you will find all the instructions for
the safe and correct use of the product.
Statement of compliance
The statement of compliance for the RF control module is a part of the statement of compliance for the ESSENSSE air curtains.
The statement of compliance can be found at www.2vv.cz.
DO NOT MISS!
Air curtains ESSENSSE are equipped with a universal connection interface.
Air curtains ESSENSSE can be controlled using one of the following control modules.
RF control modules are a necessary accessory for VCE... air curtains and must be ordered separately.
The air curtain is connected to the control module using „Quick connect connectors (TYCO)“
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2. UNPACKING
2.1 CHECK THE DELIVERY
1x
1x
3. MAIN PARTS
3.1 RF CONTROL MODULE
Types of RF control modules:
• RGJ-VCE-RF-VS - Suitable for VCE-xx-V,S
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3. MAIN PARTS
• RGJ-VCE-RF-E (suitable for curtains with an electric heat exchanger VCE-xx-E(G,F))
3.2 OVERVIEW RF CONTROL MODULE FUNCTIONS
Type of air curtain
Without a heat exchanger
(VCE-xx-S)
Control module
RGJ-VCE-RF-VS
Type of control
4
With a water heat exchanger
(VCE-xx-V)
With an electric heater
(VCE-xx-E)
RGJ-VCE-RF-E
Wireless (RF)
Fan
2 speed levels
2 speed levels
2 speed levels
Regulation of electrical
heater
-
-
ON/OFF
Regulation of the water
heat exchanger
-
-
-
Door switch mode
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
Operation status indicator
LED
LED
LED
Aftercooling of the electric heater
N/A
N/A
30 SEC
4. INSTALLATION
ATTENTION!
3. Use the M5 hex key to screw out the bolts and remove
the inter-partition of the curtain
• Installation must be performed by a professionally trained
electrician. All national regulations and directives must be
adhered to.
• The electrical diagrams located on the product supersede
the diagrams presented in this manual!
• Before installation, check that the description of the terminal clamps corresponds to the designations on the electrical connection diagram. If in any doubt contact your supplier and under no circumstances connect the air curtain!
• Never reach into the air curtain with your hand unless the
main el. power supply is turned off!
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
The air curtain is connected to the control module using
„TYCO Quick connect connectors“
4. Pull the supply cables through:
• pull a sufficient length of power cable through into the unit
• pull through the cables for accessories, if used
YOU WILL NEED
M5 hex key
Extension attachment at least 20cm long
1. Remove the bottom cover:
5. Insert the appropriate regulation module into the unit
2 .Remove the designer side panel on the side of the motor:
5
4. INSTALLATION
RGJ-VCE-RF-E
4.1 RF REGULATION DIAGRAM
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RGJ-VCE-RF-VS
4. INSTALLATION
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4. INSTALLATION
4.2 CONTROL PANEL
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
4.2-1 Connecting the remote control
The remote control does not need to be paired, it is already factory set. The remote control is powered using 12V battery (LR23A).
(batteries are supplied with the product). Possibility pair up to 60 devices to a single control. RF signal range up to 30m (open area).
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5. EXTERNAL ACCESSORIES
5.1 CONNECTING EXTERNAL ACCESSORIES
DO NOT MISS!
• When connecting external accessories, the air curtain must be disconnected from mains el. power.
• All external control components must be connected according to the electrical diagram.
• Connectors must connected to the electrical board with appropriate force and always perpendicular to the base.
5.1-1 DS Door contact
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
- Suitable for all RF regulations
- Insulated switching contact with a max. voltage of 230V, 6A
- IP67, can be connected as a switching or break contact
Connectors on RF control modules: DS / DS
ATTENTION!
Not supplied with the product.
5.1-2 Thermostatic valve – TV1/1
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
- Thermostatic valve for regulation of the water heat exchanger
- Suitable for all curtain models with a water heat exchanger
-Works independently of the control electronics
ATTENTION!
Not supplied with the product.
Room thermostat - TER-P
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
- Room thermostat for regulation of heating
- Cable - Two conductor cable with a diameter of 1.5 mm, 230 V / 50Hz.
Only for RGJ-VCE-RF-E control modules!
Connectors on RF control modules: Th / Th
ATTENTION!
Not supplied with the product.
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6. SWITCHING ON FOR THE FIRST TIME
DO NOT MISS
Before starting the air curtain with an RF control module, check the following:
•
•
•
•
•
Did you leave any tools or items inside the curtain which could damage it?
Is the appropriate amount of electrical power available, and if so, is also heating water necessary?
Did you close the air curtain correctly?
Was the control module connected correctly?
Does the curtain have the appropriate el. protection according to valid norms?
Carefully read the following chapter before connecting the curtain.
7. CONTROLS
7.1 DESCRIPTION OF THE REGULATION AND ITS CONTROLS
Air curtain without a heater:
on the remote control. Then you can use the speed button
to increase or
Start the device by pressing the button
to decrease fan speed. Selected fan speed is indicated by lights on the integrated control panel. Turn the device off again using
the
button.
ON/OFF
Air curtain with an el. heater:
Start the device by pressing the
button on the remote control. Then you can use the speed button
to increase or
to
decrease fan speed. Use the button to select whether the heater will be on or off. The operation of the fan and the electric heabutton. When the device is turned
ter is indicated by lights on the integrated control panel. Turn the device off again using the
off, it automatically performs aftercooling of the electric heating element for 30 seconds and then turns itself off. The aftercooling
of the heat exchanger is indicated by a flashing speed 1 on integrated panel.
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
Programming (pairing):
This mode is active 30 seconds after power ON of unit (when there was no power supply before).
Press all four buttons on controller at least of 4 seconds. If unit will blinking with fan 1 and fan 2 speed simultaneously, then pairing
was succesfull. If blinking is alternately, then controller is already paired, or there was reached maximum count of controllers (max.
60 controllers per unit).
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7. CONTROLS
Clearing (un-pairing):
This mode is active 30 seconds after power ON of unit (when there was no power supply before).
simultaneously at least of 4 seconds. If unit will blinking with fan 1 and fan 2 speed simultaneously, then
Press buttons
clearing was succesfull. If blinking is alternately, then controller was never paired with electronic and is not required clear process.
START
A – Press all buttons simultaneously at least of 4 seconds
B – Controller is not paired with electronic board and also there is free space in memory of electronic?
C – Pairing sucesfull!
buttons simultaneously at least of 4 seconds
X – Press
Y – Controller already paired?
Z – Clearing sucesfull!
7.2 MALFUNCTION STATES
The main el. power cord must be disconnected whenever any work is performed on the air curtain. If you are not certain
that what you are doing is correct, never start doing any repairs and call a professional service!!!
Behaviour of the device
Assumed problem
The device does not
Interrupted el. power
work
supply
The curtain is not
Remedy
Check that the el. power supply has not been interrupted.
Check whether the batteries in the controls are flat.
The remote control do-
receiving
Check the polarity of the batteries in the remote control.
esn‘t work
a control signal from
Check whether the remote control is too far away from the
the remote control
The heating turns itself
The heater is overhe-
off independently
ating
curtain or the signal is being interfered with.
The electric heater is overheating due to insufficient air
flow. Check whether the fans are running at full speed and
that the air supply into the device is not blocked.
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8. MAINTENANCE
ATTENTION!
Before carrying out any work inside the air curtain, the main power input must be disconnected. The air curtain must be allowed
to cool down!
8.1 CLEANING
ATTENTION!
• It is forbidden to use compressed air, chemicals, solvents or water for cleaning.
• Using a fine hand brush or vacuum cleaner, clean out the air suction inlet cover and the inside of the air curtain.
• See the ESSENSSE curtain installation manual, chapter 8
9. SERVICE
9.1 IF YOU CANNOT FIX THE PROBLEM YOURSELF
If you were unable to fix the problem, contact the supplier or an exclusive 2VV distributor. The warranty and post-warranty service
is carried out by the supplier or one of the authorised service organisations, their list is available at the supplier.
Provide the supplier or the service centre with the following information:
- model number of the air curtain,
- used accessories,
- installation location,
- serial number,
- installation conditions (also electrical)
- time of operation,
- a detailed description of the fault.
9.2 PUTTING PRODUCTS OUT OF OPERATION - DISPOSAL
Before disposing of the product make it unusable. Old products also contain materials, which can be recycled. Hand them over to
a recycling collection point. It is better to have the product disposed of at a location that specialises in this activity, which will then
be able to use the recyclable materials. Hand over the unusable parts of the product to a managed waste facility.
When disposing of the materials it is necessary to adhere to relevant national waste disposal regulations
10. CONCLUSION
10. CONCLUSION
If anything is unclear or you have questions, do not hesitate to contact our sales or technical support department.
CONTACT
Address:
2VV, s.r.o.,
Poděbradská 289,
530 09 Pardubice,
Czech Republic
Internet:
http://www.2vv.cz/contact.distribution.php
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