Breezair EnviroMagic Installation Manual (English)

Breezair EnviroMagic Installation Manual (English)
INSTALLATION, OPERATION & MAINTENANCE
EnviroMagic
Commercial / Industrial Evaporative Cooler
(ENV English)
Original English Instructions
TABLE of CONTENTS
SAFETY........................................................................4
COOLER VIEWS...........................................................6
COOLER SPECIFICATIONS........................................7
COOLER CONTENTS..................................................9
QUICK GUIDE...............................................................10
INSTALLATION.............................................................12
Location requirements...................................................12
Removing the cooler from a container.......................... 12
Moving the cooler..........................................................12
Lifting the cooler............................................................12
Unpacking the Cooler....................................................13
Removing Pad Frames..................................................13
Mounting the Dropper/Curb...........................................13
Cooler Services.............................................................13
Mounting the Cooler......................................................14
Vibration Isolation..........................................................14
Fixing the Cooler to the Mounting Frame...................... 14
Removing the Transport Protection Plate...................... 14
Flexible Duct Fitting.......................................................14
Installing Mains and Control Cables.............................. 15
Installing Chlorinator Probes (optional)......................... 15
Installing the Drain Valve...............................................15
Electrical Supply Installation Wiring.............................. 16
European/Australian Cooler Wiring Enclosure.............. 16
European/Australian Cooler Wiring Diagram................ 16
USA Cooler Wiring Enclosure....................................... 17
USA Cooler Wiring Diagram..........................................17
Transformer Adjustments (USA ONLY)......................... 17
Wall Control Cable Wiring Diagram............................... 17
Drain Plumbing Connections......................................... 18
Water Supply Installation...............................................19
CONTROL SYSTEM.....................................................20
WALL CONTROL INSTALLATION............................... 20
Locating the Wall Control..............................................20
Running the Control Cable to the Wall Control.............. 20
Mounting the Wall Control.............................................20
Testing the Cooler.........................................................21
Turning Cooler On, check fan operation........................ 21
Check Pump Operation.................................................21
Check Drain Operation..................................................21
BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (BMS)
INTERFACE..................................................................21
Control from Remote Location...................................... 21
Fan Speed Input............................................................21
Remote ON-OFF Input..................................................21
Error Signal Output........................................................21
Cool / Vent Input............................................................21
CONTROL PARAMETERS...........................................22
Changing Control Parameters....................................... 22
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS..................................... 23
WALL CONTROL..........................................................23
Turning Cooler On.........................................................23
Preparing to Start..........................................................23
Manual Mode.................................................................23
Auto Mode.....................................................................23
Delayed Start and Stop.................................................23
Programming in Manual Mode...................................... 23
Programming in Auto Mode...........................................23
SERVICE MODE...........................................................24
EnviroMagic Fault Codes..............................................24
Salinity Control..............................................................24
DRAIN MODE...............................................................24
POWER OUTAGES......................................................24
COOLER METHOD OF OPERATION.......................... 25
Method of Operation (COOL mode).............................. 25
Method of Operation (VENT mode)............................... 25
TROUBLE SHOOTING.................................................26
MAINTENANCE............................................................27
SEASONAL MAINTENANCE....................................... 27
End of Season...............................................................27
Pre-season....................................................................27
SERVICING & INSPECTION DETAILS........................ 28
INSTALLATION CHECKLIST.......................................29
COOLER MOUNTING FRAME DRAWING.................. 30
INSTALLATION FEEDBACK........................................ 31
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SAFETY
Employer and Employee Responsibilities
The installation and maintenance of evaporative
coolers at height has the potential to create
Occupational Health and Safety issues for
those involved. Installers are advised to
ensure they are familiar with Local Acts,
Regulations and Standards, which may offer
practical guidance on health and safety issues.
Compliance with these regulations will require
appropriate work practices, equipment, training
and qualifications of workers.
This appliance can be used by children aged
from 8 years and above and persons with
reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities
or lack of experience and knowledge if they
have been given supervision or instruction
concerning use of the appliance in a safe way
and understand the hazards involved. Children
shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and
user maintenance shall not be made by children
without supervision.
Installer and Maintenance Contractors – Risk
Assessment
Seeley International provides the following
information as a guide to contractors and
employees to assist in minimising risk whilst
working at height.
A risk assessment of all hazardous tasks is
required under legislation. A risk assessment is
an essential element that should be conducted
before the commencement of work, to identify
and eliminate the risk of falls or to minimise
these risks by implementing control measures.
There is no need for this to be a complicated
process, it just is a matter of looking at the job
to be done and considering what action(s) are
necessary so the person doing the job does not
injure themselves.
This should be considered in terms of:
•What are the chances of an incident
happening?
•What could the possible consequence be?
•What can you do to reduce, or better still,
completely get rid of the risk?
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Some points to consider:
•What is the best and safest access to the roof
and working areas?
•If a worker is alone, who knows they are there
and if they get into difficulty, how can they
summon help? (Call someone on the ground?
Mobile phone? etc.)
•What condition is the roof in? Should the
trusses, underside or surface be checked?
•Does the worker have appropriate foot wear?
(Flat sole jogger type is advisable)
•Are all power cables/extension leads safe and
appropriately rated?
•Are all ladders, tools and equipment suitable
in good condition?
•Where ladders are to be used, is there a firm,
stable base for them to stand on? Can they
be tied or secured in some way at the top? Is
the top of the ladder clear of electricity supply
cables?
•Is there a roof anchor to attach a harness and
lanyard to? If so, instruction should be issued
for the use of an approved harness or only
suitably trained people used.
•Are all tools and materials being used,
prevented from slipping and falling onto a
person at ground level? Is the area below
the work area suitably protected to prevent
persons walking in this area?
•Does the work schedule take into account
weather conditions, allowing for work to be
suspended in high winds, thunder storms/
lightning or other types of weather giving wet,
slippery surfaces?
•Is there an on-going safety check system of
harnesses, ropes, ladders and access/lifting
equipment and where they exist on roofs,
anchor points before the commencement of
work?
•Is there a system which prevents employees
from working on roofs if they are unwell or
under the influence of drugs or alcohol?
•Are there any special conditions to consider?
i.e. excessive roof pitch, limited ground area,
fragile roof, electrical power lines?
ENVIROMAGIC COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL EVAPORATIVE COOLER
SAFETY
Other Important Requirements
Please read this manual carefully. Your failure
to do so could result in injury to you or damage
to the cooler and property.
•Never force parts to fit because all parts are
designed to fit together easily without undue
force.
•Never drill any holes in the primary base
surface or side walls of the bottom tank
(reservoir) of the cooler.
•Check the proposed cooler location, to ensure
that it is structurally capable of supporting the
weight of the cooler, or provide an adequate
alternate load bearing structure.
•Disconnect electrical power at the fuse
or circuit breaker box and turn “OFF” the
isolating switch located inside the cooler on
the Electronics Module before you begin to
install the cooler.
•Always comply with your local laws and safety
regulations.
•The plastic packaging from the cooler can
be a safety hazard. Please dispose of it in
accordance with local laws and regulations
•ALWAYS route cables at least 300mm (1’)
away from regular power cables and high
power machines. Cross over power cables at
right angles.
•Where maximum data cable and sensor
cable lengths are exceeded, or cables
are not routed in accordance with Seeley
recommendations, Seeley technical support is
not available and the product warranty may be
voided.
Installation & Operation
•Installation of the cooler must comply
with local electrical, water supply and
environmental codes, laws and safety
regulations as well as with applicable National
Standards.
•Dress safely. Wear non-slip shoes at all times.
Open shoes, sandals and bare feet are NOT
safe when working with tools and machines.
•Do not wear loose clothing and decorations
while installing the cooler as they can get
caught in the moving parts.
•Keep long hair, loose clothing and fingers
away from moving parts.
•Do not install the cooler during rain, high
winds, or severe weather conditions.
•Wear protective clothing when working with
power tools.
•Always ensure that electrical power cables
conform to relevant government safety
requirements. Always lift the cooler to its
location using safe methods and equipment.
•Never drain the cooler directly onto the roof.
Always use pipes to carry the drain water to
a proper point. Failure to do this can stain the
roof and make the roof slippery and unsafe.
•All installation, maintenance and repair
work must be done by trained and qualified
technicians.
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COOLER VIEWS
EYEBOLT LIFTING LUGS (3)
LID & SPREADER ASSY (3)
EXTERNAL PAD CLIPS (12)
CORNER PILLAR (9)
PAD FRAME (9)
INTERNAL PAD CLIPS (12)
TANK ASSY (3)
MOUNT PLATE (3)
ILL1686-A
TRANSFORMER ENCLOSURE (USA)
INDUCTOR ENCLOSURE (EUROPE, AUSTRALIA)
VARIABLE SPEED FAN
SOLENOID VALVE
ILL1686-A
WATER SENSOR
VENTURI
DRAIN VALVE
ILL1720-A
ASSEMBLY METHOD
WATER DEFLECTOR
CHILLCEL PAD
PAD PIN
PAD WASHER
PAD FRAME
PAD & WASHER ASSY
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ENVIROMAGIC COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL EVAPORATIVE COOLER
ILL1721-A
COOLER SPECIFICATIONS
Airflow
Power Supply
Controller
Fan x 3
Motor x 3
Pump x 3
Cooling Pad Chillcel
m3/hr @ 80Pa (cfm @ 0.3 IWG)
m3/hr @ 80Pa (cfm @ 0.3 IWG)
Voltage/Phases/Hz (Europe)
Voltage/Phases/Hz (USA)
Rated Current (amp)
Type
Type
Type
Speed max. RPM
Power
Current
Voltage/Phases/Hz (Europe)
Voltage/Phases/Hz (USA)
Overloads
Type
Motor
Rating Watts input/motor
Flow Rate L/min (gallons/min)
Voltage/Phases/Hz
Size mm (inches)
Pad Area m2 (square feet)
Tank capacity L (gallons)
Water Inlet (inches)
Voltage
mm (inches)
Dimensions max.
mm / (inches)
Mass kg (lb)
Water
Drain Valve
Shipping
Operating kg (lb)
Connecting Duct (raw edged) Length & Width mm (inches)
COOL MODE 28,650m3/hr (17,025cfm)
VENT MODE 31,900m3/hr (18,900cfm)
380V - 415V / 3 / 50-60Hz
440V - 480V / 3 / 50-60Hz
6.5A per Phase
Variable speed
Axial
Inverter - Variable speed
1,600 RPM
1,500W each motor
2.5A per Phase
380V - 415V / 3 / 50-60Hz
440V - 480V / 3 / 50-60Hz
Auto-reset and “One Shot”
Uni-directional
2 Pole
128W each pump
40 L/min (10.5 gallons/min)
220V - 240V / 1 / 50-60Hz
593mm (23.5”) x 570mm (22.5”) x 112mm (4.5”)
(9 Pads)
3.04m2 (32.7ft2)
48 L (13 gallons)
1/2” male BSP (1/2” male NPT)
12V
40mm (1 1/2”) male
1935mm (76”) x 2150mm (85”) x 890mm (35”) (H)
210kg (463lb)
258kg (569lb) (water tanks full)
800mm (31.5”) x 800mm (31.5”)
890mm (35")
970mm (38")
When Installed
FABRIC TRANSITION
FROM THE TOP OF
THE FRAME DOWN
363mm (14.3")
FABRIC
TRANSITION
BOTTOM OF THE FABRIC
TRANSITION TO OVERLAP
THE TOP OF THE DROPPER
(CURB) BY APPROX 75mm (3")
DROPPER/CURB
SIDE VIEW
MAXIMUM DROPPER (CURB) SIZE
800x800mm (31.5" x 31.5")
1306mm (51.43")
ILL1687-A
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COOLER SPECIFICATIONS
WATER INLET
348mm (13.7")
DRAIN OUTLET offset
from cooler centre
20mm (0.8")
POWER & COMMUNICATIONS
CABLE ENTRY area centre
599mm (23.6")
DRAIN OUTLET
PLUMBING TUBE
(Small)
DRAIN OUTLET
400mm (15.74")
WATER INLET
80mm (3.15")
PLUMBING TUBE
(Medium)
POWER & COMMUNICATIONS
CABLE ENTRY area centre
363mm (14.3")
1935mm (76.17")
PLUMBING TUBE
(Large)
UNDERSIDE VIEW
ILL1725-A
2150mm (84.64")
FRONT OF THE COOLER
PUMP
DRAIN VALVE
SALINITY PROBE
SOLENOID VALVE
(WATER INLET)
TRANSFORMER ENCLOSURE (USA)
INDUCTOR ENCLOSURE (AUST/EUR)
CONTROL ENCLOSURE
ILL1725-A
PUMP
PUMP
TOP/INSIDE VIEW
ILL1726-A
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ENVIROMAGIC COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL EVAPORATIVE COOLER
COOLER CONTENTS
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
DESCRIPTION
WALL CONTROL CABLE 20m (65ft)
WALL CONTROL
WALL CONTROL MOUNT PLATE
SCREWS (Wall Control Mount Plate)
WALL PLUG
DRAIN VALVE ASSEMBLY
HOSE CLAMPS
SCREWS 14G (Cooler Mounting Plate)
COOLER MOUNTING PLATES
DUCT ATTACHMENT CHANNELS
PLUMBING TUBE SMALL
JOINER TUBE
T PIECE
PLUMBING TUBE MEDIUM
PLUMBING TUBE LARGE
ITEM 3
ITEM 4
ITEM 5
ITEM 6
ITEM 9
QTY
1
1
1
2
2
1
8
12
3
4
1
1
1
1
1
ITEM 1
ITEM 7
ITEM 11
ITEM 2
ITEM 8
ITEM 12
ITEM 13
ITEM 14
ITEM 15
ITEM 10
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QUICK GUIDE
STEP 1
STEP 2
STEP 3
SAFETY
REGULATIONS
COOLER LOCATION
Read & understand the safety section.
Read & adhere to the local & national
electrical and plumbing regulations.
Check cooler location. Consider
regulations. Discuss with customer.
x
X
page 5
page 12
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STEP 7
STEP 8
STEP 9
CONVEY COOLER
MOUNT COOLER
CONNECT SUPPLY DUCTING
Convey the cooler to the roof.
Note! Always use at least 3 people if
handling manually.
Mount cooler to the support frame /
dropper. NOTE: Check tank is level.
Connect the fabric transition from cooler to
supply duct/dropper/curb.
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STEP 13
page 14
page 14
STEP 14
STEP 15
INSTALL CONTROLLER
COMMISSION COOLER
TEST DRAIN OPERATION
Mount controller in required location.
Test the cooler with the controller.
Check diagnostics of cooler electronics.
Test drain valve.
ILL1717-A
page 20
page 21
page 21
ILL1706-A
STEP 19
FINAL CHECK
Test & complete commissioning checklist at
the end of this document.
ILL1358-A
STEP 20
STEP 21
CLEAN UP
CUSTOMER HANDOVER
Clean up the site!
Show customer how to operate cooler.
Give them the cooler manual.
Explain maintenance requirements.
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QUICK GUIDE
STEP 4
STEP 5
STEP 6
PREPARE INSTALL AREA
COOLER SERVICES
MOUNT DROPPER
Cut hole in roof. Consider safe access to
cooler (platform, walkways etc)
Prepare mains power cables, water
supply & gravity feed waste water piping in
close proximity to the installation dropper
site.
Position, level, secure and flash the
dropper. Install cooler mounting frame.
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page 12
ILL1718-A
STEP 10
STEP 11
FIT DRAIN VALVE
CONTROLLER CABLE
Fit the drain valve, install drain pipe.
Connect tank discharge piping.
Connect cable to cooler electronics.
Connect one end of the controller cable to
cooler electronics box.
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STEP 12
ILL1716-A
FIT INLET SOLENOID
Commercial Dropper/Diffuser
Connect water supply.
PARTE DELANTERA DEL DISPOSITIVO
CONJUNTO DE VÁLVULA
DE DRENAJE
CONEXIÓN DE AGUA BOQUILLA DE ADAPTADOR
BSP MACHO DE ½ in
(La conexión de agua puede
requerir un adaptador para
ajustarla a los tamaños
de tuberías locales)
SUPERFICIE PLANA SOBRE
LA BRIDA DE LA VÁLVULA
DE DRENAJE
BRIDA DE LA VÁLVULA
DE DRENAJE
SELLO DE LA VÁLVULA
DE DRENAJE
WALL CONTROL STANDARD INSTALLATION
20m (65') SUPPLIED WITH COOLER
MAX 40m (130')
TUERCA DE LA VÁLVULA DE DRENAJE
page 15
ADAPTADOR DE DRENAJE
STEP 16
page 19
page 17
TUERCA DEL ADAPTADOR
STEP 18
STEP 17
COOLER SETTINGS
REFIT PAD FRAMES
TEST PUMP
Ensure cooler lid is screwed closed after
re-fitting pad frames
Turn on cooler and check water is evenly
distributed to all pads. Fill the tanks and
switch fans off to check water level is even
in all 3 tanks, confirming the cooler is level.
ILL1742-A
Where necessary, adjust cooler settings
to suit customer requirements using the
controller.
ILL1703-A
2
2
3
4
5
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ILL1691-A
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INSTALLATION
Location requirements
Check the proposed cooler location to ensure that it is
structurally capable of supporting the weight of the cooler
or provide an adequate alternate load bearing structure.
Model
Shipping Weight
Operating Weight
(water tanks full)
ENV
210kg (460 LB)
260kg (570 LB)
Moving the cooler
The cooler has in-built feet to allow forklift access for
ease of handling and movement.
The cooler weighs approx. 210kgs (460 LB), and can be
manually handled to final position by a number of people.
When moving the cooler with a forklift, locate the fork
tynes into the concave cooler section as shown.
Always locate the cooler where it will receive a plentiful
supply of fresh air, NOT in a recess where it may be
starved for air or where the air is polluted.
Lifting the cooler
Ensure the location is a minimum of:
Do not attempt to lift using any other cabinet features,
as the cabinet may be damaged and/or lift safety
compromised.
•
•
•
•
3.0m (10’) from a solid fuel heater flue,
1.5m (5’) from a gas flue,
5.0m (16’) from a sewer vent
1.0m (3.5’) from walls.
The cooler should only be lifted fully assembled using the
lifting lugs.
Access should be provided to the underside of the cooler
during installation.
Allow adequate access to and around the cooler for
maintenance. Provision must be made for access to
electricity, water supplies and drains.
Note: Do you need to discuss the installation of items
like safety anchor points or access walkways with the
customer?
Carefully consider noise levels when locating the cooler,
if necessary talk to the customer and the neighbour
before carrying out the installation to determine the best
location.
ILL1717-A
Removing the cooler from a container
When removing the cooler from a container, tine
extensions (slippers) may be required to prevent the
cooler from over-balancing.
3 x EYEBOLT LIFTING
LUGS FITTED TO THE
TOP OF THE LID
ILL1717-A
EYEBOLT LIFTING
LUG LOCATION
EYEBOLT LIFTING
LUG LOCATION
Forklift tine
orientation when
removing the
cooler from a
container
Removing the cooler from a container
SLIPPERS WILL BE REQUIRED
EYEBOLT LIFTING
LUG LOCATION
Forklift tine
orientation when
moving the cooler
Moving the cooler
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ILL1689-A
ILL1689-A
ENVIROMAGIC COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL EVAPORATIVE COOLER
ILL1690-A
INSTALLATION
Unpacking the Cooler
The cooler will be delivered wrapped in a plastic
stretchwrap film which will need to be removed before
installation.
Removing Pad Frames
EXTERNAL
CORNER CLIPS (4)
(typ 6 places)
24 ON THE COOLER
EXTERNAL
CORNER CLIPS (4)
Installation components can be found inside the cooler.
A pad frame from the front of the cooler will need to be
removed to access the installation components. They will
need to be assembled and fitted to the cooler. NOTE:
The front module has the drain hole cut in the tank.
PERIMETER
LID SCREWS (4)
(typ 3 places)
& LIFTING LUGS (3)
INTERNAL
CORNER CLIPS (2)
6 ON THE COOLER
(typ 3 places)
fig. b
ILL1692-A
Mounting the Dropper/Curb
Drain Outlet
Hole
ILL1719-A
Removing Pad Frames
STEP 1. Remove the 4 clips that fasten the pad frame to
the corner pillars, the clips may require a screw driver
to aid removal. Note the difference in shape between
the standard external corner clips compared to the
internal corner clips. (figs. a & b)
An appropriate dropper/curb needs to be fabricated
and installed on the roof to mount the cooler. The final
design of the dropper is the responsibility of the
Installation Engineer, as it must suit the particular
requirements of the location where the cooler is to be
mounted.
ILL1692-A
ILL1719-A
STEP 2. Remove the perimeter lid screws retaining
the cooler lid and loosen the adjacent eyebolts, if
necessary, to allow the lid to be raised to release the
pad frame. (fig. b)
STEP 3. Insert a screwdriver into the gap at the top of
the Pad-frame in order to raise the lid until the top
edge of the pad frame disengages.
STEP 4. Pivot the frame outwards. RAISE THE LID
CLEAR OF THE PAD-FRAME AS IT IS REMOVED
TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE PAD.
STEP 5. The frame is now free to be lifted out of the
cooler cabinet.
fig. a
ILL1727-A
Cooler Services
Mains Electrical, Water and Drainage provisions need
to be provided at the roof installation site. Refer to Local
Regulations regarding the specifications required for
each. The final design of the service provisions is the
responsibility of the Installation Engineer.
Commercial Dropper/Diffuser
2
2
3
4
5
1
ILL1691-A
ILL1716-A
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ILL1716-A
INSTALLATION
Mounting the Cooler
An appropriate mounting frame needs to be fabricated to
mount the cooler. Refer to Page for frame dimensions.
The final design of the mounting frame is the
responsibility of the Installation Engineer, as it must
suit the particular requirements of the location where
the cooler is to be mounted.
When the cooler is installed on a pitched roof it is
recommended that the drain be oriented toward the
low side of the roof to allow for maximum access to the
underside of the cooler.
Removing the Transport Protection Plate
After placing the cooler onto the frame, the transport
protection plate can be removed.
Unfasten the 6 attachment screws and slide the plate
free from the cooler.
Do not invert or tip the cooler onto its side to remove the
plate, as internal parts may be dislodged or be damaged.
UNFASTEN 6 SCREWS
TO REMOVE THE
TRANSPORT PLATE
FIXING POINTS FOR THE COOLER
MOUNTING PLATE
ILL1693-A
ILL1695-A
Flexible Duct Fitting
Once the transport protection plate has been removed
the flexible duct transition can be lowered.
Vibration Isolation
Use industry standard methods for fixing the frame
to the building structure. Vibration Isolation pads are
recommended to be used under the frame.
Assemble and fix the flexible duct transition to the duct
dropper using the duct attachment channels and some
self tapping screws.
Fixing the Cooler to the Mounting Frame
After placing the cooler onto the mounting frame, secure
the cooler. Use the 3 cooler mounting plates supplied
with the installation components. Each mounting plate
requires 4 screws to be fitted to the cooler.
ILL1693-A
Fit the flexible duct transition to the duct dropper.
INNER FOOT COOLER
1 OF 3
MOUNTING
PLATE 1 of 3
EACH OF THE 3 x COOLER
MOUNTING PLATES ATTACH
WITH THE 12 SUPPLIED 14G
SCREWS TO THE INNER FEET
DO NOT OVER-TIGHTEN
ILL1694-A
Secure flexible duct with fastening strips and self tapping screws.
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ILL1695-A
INSTALLATION
Installing Mains and Control Cables
Drill holes through the base of the tank in the position
indicated.
This raised surface will provide the entry point into the
cooler for mains and control cable wiring.
Be sure to use cable glands to seal the entry holes.
Route the wiring from the entry glands to the adjacent
Cooler control enclosure.
For wiring detail, refer to the wiring diagram on the inside
of the control enclosure cover.
Installing the Drain Valve
Water drained from the drain valve must be carried away
to a suitable discharge point on the building or property,
in accordance with local regulations. It is a requirement of
Seeley - never to drain water directly on to the roof. The
drain pipe away from the cooler must be gravity fed.
Assemble the drain valve as shown. Insert the drain valve
body through the tank hole. Make sure the flat seal is
fitted to the drain valve assembly below the flange, before
placing the drain valve into the tank hole. Screw the nut
up tightly by hand from underneath the tank.
Route the cable from the drain valve to the control
enclosure as shown passing the cable through the
grommet in the divider wall.
DRAIN VALVE
ASSEMBLY
FLAT ON THE
DRAIN VALVE FLANGE
DRAIN VALVE
FLANGE
DRAIN VALVE SEAL
CONTROL ENCLOSURE
MAINS & COMMUNICATION
CABLE ENTRY LOCATION
ILL1696-A
DRAIN VALVE NUT
Installing Chlorinator Probes (optional)
Chlorinators are mounted in the 2 tank sections without
the drain valve. Brackets are provided on the lid support
posts. Assemble the chlorinator probes by clipping them
to the bracket as shown and fasten with a screw. Route
the cables from the chlorinator probes to the control
enclosure, passing the cable through the grommet in the
divider wall. Plug the cables to the yellow receptacles in
the control enclosure.
ILL1696-A
DRAIN ADAPTOR
ADAPTOR NUT
ILL1697-A
ILL1697-A
ILL1740-A
ROUTE CABLE AS SHOWN
ILL1728-A
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INSTALLATION
Electrical Supply Installation Wiring
Both the enclosure cover and the lid of the control
enclosure will need to be removed in order to gain access
for wiring mains supply.
European/Australian Cooler Wiring Enclosure
NEUTRAL
CONNECTOR
Feed the power supply cable through the larger gland
and connect to the isolator. The earth is attached to
the adjacent green & yellow Earth terminal. The neutral
(Non-US versions only) should be attached to the neutral
terminal adjacent the earth connectors.
EARTH
CONNECTOR
Installation of the cooler must conform to local electrical
rules, regulations and standards.
ACTIVE
CONNECTIONS
WALL CONTROL
CONNECTOR
(4P4C RJ9, RJ10, RJ22)
DRAIN VALVE
CONNECTOR
It is a requirement of Seeley International that all
Coolers be wired with a dedicated circuit to the
distribution board.
3 PHASE, NEUTRAL
& EARTH MAINS SUPPLY
CHLORINATOR
CONNECTORS (2) (optional)
ILL1700-A
European/Australian Cooler Wiring Diagram
ILL1700-A
BMS CONTROL (optional)
C23
C2
C26
C1
C3
C4
C5
COVER SCREW
C8
COVER
LID
PUMP CABLE
ENTRY GLANDS
LID SCREWS
x4
C6
C7
MOTOR
POWER CABLE
ENTRY GLANDS
C11
C9
C10
C18 C19 C20C21 C22 C23
LARGER SUPPLY CABLE
ENTRY GLAND
C12
C14
C13
C15
C16
C17
C24
MAIN PCBA
C1
C1 PCBA EARTH
C2 MAINS ACTIVE
C3 MAINS NEUTRAL
C4 FAN ACTIVE
C5 FAN NEUTRAL
C6 PUMP 1 EARTH
C7 PUMP 1 NEUTRAL
C8 PUMP 1 ACTIVE
C9 PUMP 2 EARTH
C10 PUMP 2 NEUTRAL
C11 PUMP 2 ACTIVE
C12 PUMP 3 EARTH
C13 PUMP 3 NEUTRAL
C14 PUMP 3 ACTIVE
C15 MOTOR CONTROL 3
C16 MOTOR CONTROL 2
C17 MOTOR CONTROL 1
C18 DRAIN VALVE
C19 CHLORINATOR 1
C20 CHLORINATOR 2
C21 WATER INLET SOLENOID
C22 WATER SALINITY PROBE
C23 BMS CONTROL INTERFACE
C24 WALL CONTROL
C26 FUSE 3.15A/250V
C5 C2
C4
C3
MAIN SUPPLY
3
N
5
1
gn/y gn/y gn/y
T1 T2 T3 T4 T5
2
4
3
5 A1
T6 T7
6
4
6 A2
3 PHASE
FILTER
E
N1
W1
V1
U1
2
CONTACTOR
1
E
N2
W2
V2
U2
CIRCUIT BREAKER
L1 L2 L3
E
CONNECTOR
ACCESS
3 PHASE ISOLATOR /
CIRCUIT BREAKER
IND
1
FAN
FAN
IND
2
IND
3
FAN
863412-A
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ILL1699-A
ENVIROMAGIC COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL EVAPORATIVE COOLER
863412-A
INSTALLATION
Transformer Adjustments (USA ONLY)
USA Cooler Wiring Enclosure
EARTH
CONNECTOR
ACTIVE
CONNECTIONS
WALL CONTROL
CONNECTOR
3 PHASE & EARTH
(4P4C RJ9, RJ10, RJ22) MAINS SUPPLY
DRAIN VALVE
CONNECTOR
CHLORINATOR
CONNECTORS (2) (optional)
ILL1737-A
USA Cooler Wiring Diagram
A transformer is used to generate 230V supply for the
main PCB and pumps. Depending on the 3 phase supply
voltage the transformer wiring will need to be adjusted to
suit.
A suitable link must be placed across the terminals
indicated to suit the incoming supply voltage. The cooler
is supplied with a link across terminals 33 - 36 for a 480V
supply. This will need to be adjusted to suit different
supply voltages.
3 phase supply
voltage
Link Position
440V
32-37
460V
32-36
480V
33-36
ILL1737-A
BMS CONTROL (optional)
Wall Control Cable Wiring Diagram
C23
C2
C26
C1
C3
C4
C5
C8
C6
C7
C11
C9
C10
C18 C19 C20C21 C22 C23
C12
C14
C13
C15
C16
C17
C24
MAIN PCBA
C1 PCBA EARTH
C2 MAINS ACTIVE
C3 MAINS NEUTRAL
C4 FAN ACTIVE
C5 FAN NEUTRAL
C6 PUMP 1 EARTH
C7 PUMP 1 NEUTRAL
C8 PUMP 1 ACTIVE
C9 PUMP 2 EARTH
C10 PUMP 2 NEUTRAL
C11 PUMP 2 ACTIVE
C12 PUMP 3 EARTH
C13 PUMP 3 NEUTRAL
C14 PUMP 3 ACTIVE
C15 MOTOR CONTROL 3
C16 MOTOR CONTROL 2
C17 MOTOR CONTROL 1
C18 DRAIN VALVE
C19 CHLORINATOR 1
C20 CHLORINATOR 2
C21 WATER INLET SOLENOID
C22 WATER SALINITY PROBE
C23 BMS CONTROL INTERFACE
C24 WALL CONTROL
C26 FUSE 3.15A/250V
C1 C3 C2
WALL CONTROL STANDARD INSTALLATION
20m (65') SUPPLIED WITH COOLER
MAX 40m (130')
C4
MAIN SUPPLY
3
5
gn/y gn/y gn/y
1
3
5 A1
2
4
6 A2
0
6
115V
4
0
T1 T2 T3 T4 T5 T6 T7 T8
2
CONTACTOR
1
E
115V
CIRCUIT BREAKER
L1 L2 L3
2 1
TRANSFORMER
FAN
FAN
FAN
31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38
Jumper set for 480V
863481-A
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INSTALLATION
Drain Plumbing Connections
The three tanks need to be connected to the installed
Drain Valve using the supplied plumbing tubes and hose
clamps.
MEDIUM PLUMBING
TUBE
LARGE PLUMBING
TUBE
T-PIECE
SMALL PLUMBING
TUBE
JOINER TUBE
FRONT OF THE COOLER
VIEW UNDERSIDE THE TANK
FRONT OF THE COOLER
JOINER TUBE (RUBBER)
T-PIECE
ONCE INSTALLED
PLEASE SUPPORT
THE TUBE BETWEEN
TANKS SO THAT IT
IS HORIZONTAL
MEDIUM PLUMBING
TUBE
DRAIN VALVE
SMALL PLUMBING
TUBE
ILL1701-A
ONCE INSTALLED
PLEASE SUPPORT
THE TUBE BETWEEN
TANKS SO THAT IT
IS HORIZONTAL
LARGE PLUMBING
TUBE
ONCE INSTALLED, TIE THE TUBES UP TO THE COOLER SO THE TUBES ARE NOT SAGGING
ILL1702-A
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ENVIROMAGIC COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL EVAPORATIVE COOLER
INSTALLATION
Water Supply Installation
Installation of the water supply to the cooler must
conform to local plumbing rules, regulations and
standards. The connection point is located in the front
module of the cooler, please refer to the schematic below.
The following specifications for water supply are required:
• Water Connections: ½” BSP Female threaded fitting
required (1/2” NPT USA)
• Water Supply Pressure:100kPa (15psi) - 800 kPa
(115psi) MAXIMUM
• Water Supply Flow: 20L/min (5.3 gal/min) MINIMUM
• Water Supply Temperature: 40°C (105°F) MAXIMUM
Important! If the water pressure exceeds the maximum
specification then a pressure reducing valve is required
and must be supplied and fitted by the installer.
The installer must provide a manual 1/4 turn ball type
shut off valve (do not use a stop cock) in the water supply
line adjacent to the cooler, subject to local plumbing
regulations. This allows the water supply to be isolated
whenever work needs to be done on the cooler.
In areas subject to freezing, the water line needs a drain
down facility.
Important! Flush the water pipe to remove any swarf
before final fitting. Swarf can lodge in the solenoid ,
preventing it from functioning correctly.
FRONT OF THE COOLER
WATER CONNECTION ½” BSP
(1/2" NPT USA) MALE NIPPLE
(Water connection may require
an adaptor to suit local
pipe sizes)
ILL1703-A
ILL1703-A
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INSTALLATION
CONTROL SYSTEM
Mounting the Wall Control
EnviroMagic coolers are supplied from the factory with a
Wall Control and a 20m (65’) control cable. This makes
it possible for the Cooler to be controlled independently
and automatically from the zone to which it is delivering
cool air.
Fixing the wall control bracket to a plasterboard wall
The Wall Control incorporates a thermostat that regulates
fan speed to try and maintain indoor temperature within
±1°C (± 3°F) of the set temperature.
EnviroMagic Coolers are also supplied with an interface
to enable the cooler to be controlled from an external
location, using a BMS system.
Whatever control option is being used, the in-built
EnviroMagic water management and fault monitoring
features are fully operational.
WALL CONTROL INSTALLATION
Use the bracket as a
template.
1. Drill the 16mm
(5/8”) hole for the
wall control cable
2. Drill the 5mm
(3/16”) holes for
the wall plugs.
3. Insert the wall
plugs into the
holes. Align and
screw the bracket
into position using
the supplied
screws.
2
5 or 6mm Holes
(3/16" or 1/4")
1
16mm Hole
(5/8")
3 Vertical Alignment
Locating the Wall Control
The wall control should be placed approximately 1.5 m
(5’) above the floor, in the general area of the cooled
zone.
Placement of the Wall Control is critical for correct
functioning of the in-built thermostat (incorporated in the
wall control). The following points must be taken into
consideration:
• Avoid direct sunlight exposure.
• Avoid mounting on external walls.
• Avoid mounting the wall control near heat sources such
as room heaters, stoves and TV’s.
• Do not locate in the direct airflow from the duct outlets.
• Do not locate in strong drafts or in dead spots such as
corners and confined spaces.
• Always seal the cable entry hole in the wall. Hot
air coming through the wall may interfere with the
temperature measurement.
Fixing the wall control bracket to a brick wall
To mount the wall
control bracket on a
brick wall, follow the
previous instructions
using the wall plugs
and screws provided.
Note that the wall
plugs require 6mm
(1/4”) holes. Mount the
wall control following
the next procedure.
Fitting the wall control to the mounting bracket
BRICK WALL MOUNTING SHOWN
CAUTION! Always make sure there are no
electrical cables, gas or water pipes, or the
like, behind where you intend to drill.
Running the Control Cable to the Wall Control
Using the loop on the end, draw the cable through the
wall cavity to the hole made at the wall bracket. Carefully
remove the tape from the cable loops and check that the
plug has not been damaged. Connect the cable to the
wall control and mount the wall control onto its bracket.
Important! Take care not to damage the cable or plug
during this process. Always seal the cable entry hole.
1. Pull the wall
control cable
through the larger
hole and plug
it into the wall
control.
2. Feed the excess
cable back into
the hole and seal.
Slide the wall
control over the
protruding bracket
tabs.
3. Pull the wall
control down so
the bracket tabs
engage and locate
with the keyway
slots on the rear. PLASTERBOARD WALL MOUNTING SHOWN
20 |
ENVIROMAGIC COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL EVAPORATIVE COOLER
ILL1090-B
INSTALLATION
Testing the Cooler
BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (BMS)
INTERFACE
Once you are satisfied that the Cooler is installed
correctly, run the cooler to ensure that everything is
working as it should. We recommend that you have a
short test lead on hand for Coolers with a hard wired
control system. You can then take the wall control to the
roof and control the cooler from there.
EnviroMagic Coolers are supplied with a BMS Interface
Board. This can be set up to control the EnviroMagic
from EXTERNAL devices, such as PLCs and Building
Management Systems. When the BMS Interface is
activated, the EnviroMagic will cease to function in its
standard AUTO [Auto] or MANUAL [Man] mode from
the wall control and will respond only to the external
commands.
The short test leads are available from Seeley Spare
Parts Distributors (P/No: 862873).
Power up the cooler using the circuit breaker on the
cooler control enclosure.
Control from Remote Location
Four plug connectors are provided on the BMS Interface
Board. Note the plug connectors can be removed for
ease of wiring installation. CAUTION: BMS inputs must
be via a Safety Extra Low Voltage isolated circuit, in order
to avoid a hazard.
Turning Cooler On, check fan operation
Press the “
” button to start the cooler. Press the
“
” button to switch to “Vent”mode which will disable
the pumps.
Press the “
“ and
“
“ to vary the fan
speed and check fan
operation.
Check Pump Operation
A B C D
A = Fan Speed B = Remote ON/OFF C = Error Signal D = Cool/Vent
ILL1704-A
Fan Speed Input
Press the “
” button to switch to “Cool” mode. With
control in “Cool” mode, check the pump function and
the start-up sequence. The solenoid will open and water
begin to fill the tank. Once water reaches the top probe,
the pump in the first module will start up. Check that the 3
pads in the module are wetting. After 45 seconds the first
pump will stop and the second
pump will start, again check the 3
pads in the module are wetting. After
45 seconds the second pump will
stop and the third start up.
Enables the fan speed to be switched from OFF (0) to
Speed 10 by adjusting the analogue input between 0V
(Off) to 10Vdc (Speed10). Ensure polarity is correct.
Remote ON-OFF Input
Remote ON-OFF function can be achieved regardless of
whether the EnviroMagic is controlled from an external
source or not. If, at any time that the cooler is running
under its local Wall Control, a voltage (4-32 VDC) is
switched onto the ‘Remote ON/OFF’ connector the cooler
will shut down until the voltage disappears. The Wall
Control will display ‘Preparing to start’ flashing on the
screen. Ensure polarity is correct.
Check Drain Operation
Ensure there are no water leaks. Drain the reservoir by
pressing both the “
” and “
” buttons together,
with the wall control in the “OFF” state. Check the drain
fittings and pipes, making sure there are no leaks.
Error Signal Output
ILL1705-A
The error signal comprises of a single pole voltage free
contact (solid state electronic, not mechanical relay)
that closes under fault conditions. The contact is rated
at 500mA at 32 volts DC max. In order to use this signal
an external voltage must be supplied that will then drive
a relay coil or indicator lamp that does not exceed the
ERROR SIGNAL
PCB 670775
above ratings.
MAX 500mA
+ve
A = Fan Speed
B = RemoteMAX
ON/OFF
32V DC
C = Error Signal
-ve
D = Cool/Vent
Cool / Vent Input
ILL1706-A
R
Enables the pump to run when a voltage (4-32Vdc) is
applied. The pump operation is subject to the status of
the cooler. If there is insufficient water in the tank the
pump will not run until water is at the correct level as
sensed by the water probes. Ensure polarity is correct.
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I
INSTALLATION
10V
+ve
FAN
SPEED
-
LED
-ve
POT
REMOTE
ON/OFF
LAMP
+
Power
Supply
4V - 32Vdc
+ve
SW1
+
Resistor
to suit
power
rail
Switch
ERROR
SIGNAL
COOL/
VENT
-
10k
Resistor
+
-
10V
Resistor
to suit
power
rail
thermostat
Error signal
to remote
monitor eg
BMS.
Error signal
to remote
monitor eg
BMS.
0V
High = Good
Low = Error
SW2
+
0V
0V
Remote ON/OFF
Simple External Control
SW1 changes Cooler Control from
Wall Control to External Control.
When SW1 closed, SW2 can toggle
Cooler between COOL and VENT.
When a Cooler is being controlled using
the Enviromagic wall control it can
be externally disabled with the above
arrangment.
External Error alert with Wall control
When a Enviromagic wall control is being
used to control the Cooler, the External
Error signal is still active.
When the switch is closed the control of
the Cooler is switched from the Wall
control to the External control. As there
are no signals attched to the External
control inputs the system shuts down.
The Error output is in the form of an open
collector transitor and can be used to sink a
current through a load of up to 400mA. Eg
LED, Lamp, Relay etc. In the above
examples the lamp or LED switches ON in
Error condition.
Error output from Board is an Open
Collector Transistor. A pull up load
to power rail is require, in this case a
resistor.
The Wall control settings will remain
unchanged however the screen will
flash "Preparing to Start".
It can also be pulled up by a resistor to create
a signal for a remote monitoring system eg
BMS.
A Wall Control does not need to be
plugged into the system for the
Cooler to operate with this
configuration
When the switch is opened the control
of the Cooler will switch back to the
Wall control so the Cooler will operate
according to the wall control settings.
This output just reflects the Error status of
the Wall control and has no effect on the
wall control operation
When SW1 closed, Pot will change
speed of motor from OFF to
Speed10. Max input voltage 10V.
Simple ON/OFF thermostatic set up
This set up is an example of a simple thermostatic
control without a Wall control attached.
When the switch in the thermostat closes the
Cooler will turn ON, in COOL mode, at full
speed.
When the Thermostat switch opens the Cooler
control returns to the Wall control. As there is
not a wall control fitted the Cooler shuts down
into standby.
ILL1741-A
CONTROL PARAMETERS
A number of Control Parameters can be set to alter the
operation of the cooler.
Changing Control Parameters
To enter Parameter mode using a Wall Control, the
following process must be carried out within Four (4)
minutes of mains power being applied to the cooler. If
unsure of time since the last Mains Power “ON”, remove
Mains Power to the cooler (Isolator Switch or Circuit
Breaker) for a minimum of six (6) seconds so the mode
can be entered.
No. DESCRIPTION
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
Water salinity control method:
- Conductivity measuring
- Counts low to high probe fills
Not applicable to EnviroMagic
Pre-wet control:
- No pre-wet
- Pre-wet
Wall Control back light:
- Backlight ‘OFF’
- Backlight ‘ON’
Conductivity set point:
- Normal conductivity - 4275 µS/cm
- Low conductivity - 2305 µS/cm
Tank (reservoir) drain delay:
- Instant drain at COOL off
- Drain 3 hours after COOL off
- Drain 12 hours after COOL off
- Drain 3 days after COOL off
Auto re-start after Power failure:
- Manual re-start when power OFF
- Auto restart
Temperature units:
- Display 0°C
- Display 0°F
* = Default Value
22 |
VALUE
00*
01
00
01*
00
01*
00*
01
00
01
02
03*
00*
01
00*
01
1. Whilst the wall control is OFF, push and hold “
”
for minimum of three (3) seconds. After three (3)
seconds whilst still holding “
” button press the
“
” button. (If “
” button is pressed before
three (3) seconds, nothing will be on the display. If
“
” button is continued to be held, subsequent
presses of “
” button will allow access).
2. When parameter mode has been entered, the screen
will display “A1” and “Param”. Pressing “
” or
“
” buttons will scroll through parameters “A1” to
“B3” (Refer to table below for factory settings).
ILL1742-A
3. To view the parameter value set in the wall control
press “
” momentarily. Figure “A#” on screen
will change to number set, and “Param” will change to
“value”.
4. To alter the “value” of the selected parameter press
“
” or “
”. Numbers will change to show
the different values the parameter can be set to.
5. To store the selected value, press “
”. The
screen will go blank momentarily as the wall control
stores the parameter change, and returns the screen
to “A#” and “Param”.
6. To exit parameter mode or escape from an alteration
without storing a change press “
” button
instead of “
” button. Remember, once step five
(5) has been carried out, new parameter change is
permanent until again altered.
7. If no buttons are pushed on wall control, after three
(3) minutes screen will reset to “OFF” state. The
procedure to enter parameter mode must be reinitiated.
ENVIROMAGIC COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL EVAPORATIVE COOLER
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Auto Mode
WALL CONTROL
This ‘setpoint’ temperature can be adjusted by pressing
the “
” or “
” buttons whilst the ‘setpoint’
temperature is being displayed. After a few seconds the
wall control will stop displaying the ‘setpoint’ temperature
and will return to the ‘room’ temperature.
Turning Cooler On
The wall control can be switched on and off by pressing
the “
” button. The wall control will remember the
previous setting it was in when the cooler was last used.
Preparing to Start
Delayed Start and Stop
Whenever you select AUTO mode, or COOL in MANUAL
mode, the cooler will take a few minutes to start as it fills
with water and saturates the cooling pads. The time will
be decreased if the reservoir is full or the cooler has only
recently been turned OFF.
The cooler can be programmed to start at a specific time
or stop at a specific time.
The delayed start time can only be programmed when
the cooler is OFF. To program the cooler to start in a
certain amount of hours use the following sequence:
Manual Mode
With the wall control switched ON, press the “
”
button until MAN is shown on the display. (Note: The
Wall control display will default to show temperature in
deg C (Celsius). If deg F (Fahrenheit) is desired, refer
to page 22 for instructions on how to change the
A8 Temperature Unit parameter). Although the indoor
temperature will be displayed, in manual mode the cooler
will not be controlling the temperature.
Programming in Manual Mode
1. Press the “
” button.
2. Press the “
the screen.
” button until “MAN” is displayed on 3. Press the “
” or “
” button until the desired fan speed is displayed by the bars in the middle of the screen.
4. Press the “
5. Press the “
” button and
the ‘starts in’ time will start
flashing. Use the “
” and
“
” buttons to select the
desired time.
F
6. Press “
You may then press the “
”
button to switch between COOL
ILL1707-A
and VENT
(VENT = fresh air being
delivered but not cooled).
” again.
Programming in Auto Mode
ILL1709-A
1. Press the “
” button.
2. Press the “
” button until flashing “AUTO” and
set temperature are displayed on the screen.
Once COOL or VENT has been
selected, the wall control will
maintain a constant fan speed.
This is indicated by the bar
graph shown on the display.
To increase or decrease the fan speed required, press
either the “
” or “
” button.
” button to set either COOL or VENT.
ILL1711-A
3. Press the “
” button and the ‘starts in’ time will
start flashing. Use the “
” or “
” button to
select the hour.
4. Press “
” again.
The delayed stop time can only
be programmed when the cooler is
ON. To program the delayed time
in which you want the cooler to
stop use the following sequence:
ILL1708-A
Auto Mode
To select the AUTO mode
press the “
” button until
AUTO is shown on the display.
In AUTO mode the cooler will
remember the last setting used
and try to achieve this. Pressing
“
” or “
” button will
change the displayed ‘room’
temperature to a flashing
‘setpoint’ temperature.
1. Select the “
” button and the ‘stops in’ time will
start flashing. Use the “
” and “
” buttons
to select the desired off time.
2. Press “
ILL1712-A
” again.
NOTE: Delayed start and stop times must be re-set every
day that they are required.
ILL1710-A
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
SERVICE MODE
Salinity Control
Service
The Salinity Control Method is indicated by the right red
When a fault has been
flashing LED on the cooler control board, which can be
recognized by the wall control
viewed by removing the cover.
the word “Service” flashes on
the screen. When “Service” is
1 Flash
Salinity Control Method = Water Manager,
displayed it maybe necessary
Measured conductivity is below the
for you to contact your Service
conductivity set point
Agent. However, before doing
so, turn the wall control OFF.
2 Flashes
Salinity Control Method = Water Manager,
You will notice a number flashing at the bottom of the
Measured conductivity is above the
screen. This number indicates the code for the fault that ILL1120-B
conductivity set point
has occurred.
3 Flashes
Salinity Control Method = Standard
Please write this number down, then push the “
”
button to turn the cooler back on. If after a short time
4 Flashes
Salinity Control Method = Non-Drain Valve
“Service” is again shown on the display, turn the wall
5 Flashes
No water control function
control OFF and check if the flashing number is the
same. If it is, check the following possible problems.
ON
Lower probes are open circuit or
However, we do recommend that any checks be carried
measured conductivity is less than
out by an authorised dealer or service agent.
9uS/cm.
•
If ‘02’ or ‘03’ is displayed
Check that your local water authority has not
temporarily disconnected the water in your area.
DRAIN MODE
•
Check that the water supply tap to the cooler is
turned on.
Service
If ‘04’ is displayed
•
(Cooler switched OFF)
Pressing the “
” and “
” buttons at the same
time for 2 seconds will open the drain valve and empty
the water in the reservoir. The wall control will display “dr”
on the screen.
Check that the drain is not
blocked.
If these do not fix the problem then
contact your Service Agent.
You will need to quote the flashing number that you wrote
down.
Water will also be drained from the reservoir
automatically after a pre-set time delay, in order to keep
the cooler clean and dry until it is used again next time.
ILL1121-B
POWER OUTAGES
EnviroMagic Fault Codes
Faults are also indicated by the left flashing LED on the
cooler control board which can be viewed by removing
the cover.
CODE FAULT DESCRIPTION
RED
FLASHES
1 Flash
01
Wall Control Communication
Failure.
2 Flashes
02
Failure to detect water at Low
Probe.
3 Flashes
03
Failure to detect water at High
Probe.
04
Failure to clear Low Probes during 4 Flashes
Drain.
5 Flashes
05
Water detected at High Probe but
not at Low.
6 Flashes
Failure to clear High Probe.
06
A
2+ motors failed, system shutdown. 7 Flashes
10 Flashes
Chlorinator Fault.
b
Smart Card Error.
11 Flashes
c
1 of 3 motors failed, system
continues operating with 2 motors.
12 Flashes
07
If the power supply fails for less than 5 seconds the
cooler will retain its current settings. That is, it will stop for
the time the power is off but resume operation when the
power comes back on again.
If the power fails for more than 5 seconds the cooler will
automatically turn itself off.
According to the chosen parameter (A7), if value 00
is set, when power comes back on, the cooler will not
resume operation. You will have to re-start it at the wall
control.
If parameter 01 is set, the cooler will re-start again when
power is restored.
A green double flash indicates the system is
operating correctly. Red flashes indicate a fault.
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ENVIROMAGIC COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL EVAPORATIVE COOLER
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
COOLER METHOD OF OPERATION
The EnviroMagic cooler operates on much the same
principles as other evaporative coolers. The exception
with the EnviroMagic is that it cycles its watering and fan
speeds to achieve a higher airflow rate for the relative
size of the cooler.
The cooler is made up of 3 chambers, each chamber
with its own pump and fan/motor. Having 3 separate
chambers means the fans can operate at different
speeds.
Method of Operation (COOL mode)
In cool mode one chamber at a time waters its 3 pads.
While the first chamber is being watered the fan reduces
speed to avoid water pull-off. While this fan is running on
a lower speed and the pads are being irrigated the fans
in the other 2 chambers can run at much higher speeds
with their pumps off, drawing air through their still wetted
pads.
After a short period of time, the pump in the first chamber
will switch off and the fan speed will ramp up. As this
fan ramps up, the fan in the next chamber will reduce in
speed to the point that it can start watering...this cycling
continues.
Method of Operation (VENT mode)
In VENT mode there is no cycling and all three Fans
operate at the same speed.
The airflow attainable in VENT mode is higher than when
in COOL mode as the fans do not need to slow in order
for the pads to be watered.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
PROBLEM: Inadequate cooling
CAUSE
REMEDY
Under-sized cooler.
Incorrectly sized ducting system.
High Static Pressure ducting system.
Clogged or dirty pads.
Dry pads
Consider a second cooler.
Replace with larger ducts.
Replace with less restricted system.
Replace with new pads.
Check water flow to pads
Check the pumps’ operation
Check for blocked or kinked hose or obstructions in plumbing.
Check the inlet solenoid filter for blockage.
Check plug, wiring and circuit breaker.
Check water level and sensor.
Rectify fault or replace pump or pumps.
Make sure there is adequate provision for exhausting stale air from building (open
windows and doors).
Pumps not working correctly
Insufficient air discharge openings or
inadequate exhaust from building, causing
high humidity and discomfort.
Excessive ambient humidity (see also item
above re inadequate exhaust).
Leaking ducts or joins in the duct system.
On days during summer when ambient humidity is high the cooler will not reduce
the temperature as much as on drier days. There is no remedy.
Find leaks and seal them.
PROBLEM: Unpleasant odour
Odour from new pads
Allow time to condition by running the cooler.
Drain the water, then allow the tank to re-fill.
PROBLEM: Unit will not run / Wall control display fault
No power to cooler.
No power to the wall control
Wall control and electronics module not
communicating (Wall control displays
“SERVICE” and does not clear by pushing
“ON/OFF”).
Insufficient water pressure to raise the water
level to the sensor within 8 minutes.
Drain valve remains open so water does not
reach the sensor within 8 minutes.
PROBLEM: No water drain function
Drain valve failure.
Drain valve incorrectly connected to electronics
module.
Water sensor not operating.
No water from drain hose.
Check Control Enclosure circuit breaker and reset.
Check the main switchboard isolation circuit breaker or fuse and reset or replace.
If there is a fault and the tripping continues investigate the cause and repair.
Check for wall control cable unplugged, faulty or damaged cable, or faulty (no
display or backlighting) wall control. Replace parts as necessary.
Reset the wall control - press and hold “
” for 10 seconds until “SERVICE”
disappears from the display.
Check that the water pressure is sufficient to fill the tank to the sensor within 8
minutes.
Check that the drain valve is closed when the unit fills.
Clean debris from the drain valve.
Check the drain valve cable is connected and the plug is oriented correctly
Replace drain valve.
Check plug connection and orientation
Check sensor. Clean sensor.
Check for blockages in the drain hose.
PROBLEM: Pump runs but no water circulation, Pump runs but pads lack water.
Insufficient water in tank
Check probe cable plugged in fully, clean probes
Water hoses blocked.
Check and clean out blockage.
One of the cavitation plates is dislodged
allowing air to be sucked into the pump
Re attach and seal the edge of the cavitation plate.
PROBLEM: Continuous overflow of water
Water Management probes not attached or
adjustment not correct.
Attach and/or adjust the probe height.
Water Management Probes not operating.
Check probe cable plugged in fully, clean probes
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ENVIROMAGIC COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL EVAPORATIVE COOLER
MAINTENANCE
SEASONAL MAINTENANCE
Note: Failure to carry out regular maintenance will affect
your warranty coverage!
WARNING: As your cooler is mounted on the roof, we
suggest that any maintenance or checks be carried out
by an authorised dealer or service agent. Climbing onto
the roof can be hazardous and could result in injury to
you and damage to your property.
Routine maintenance may be required more frequently
in adverse environmental situations and very dusty areas.
End of Season
1. Turn off the water supply to the cooler.
2. Drain the tank as shown on page 24.
3. Remove the pad frames as shown on page 13.
4. Turn off the power at the isolating switch inside the
cooler.
5. Check and clean the following components
• Water distribution spreader trays.
• Pump.
• Drain valve.
• Solenoid and associated filter.
• Fan motor.
• Salinity probes.
• Chlorinator Probes (if fitted)
6. Thoroughly clean the tank.
7. Refit the pad frames.
Pre-season
1. Turn off power to the cooler.
2. Remove the pad frames as shown on page 13.
3. Ensure the power is off at the isolating switch inside
the cooler.
4. Gently wash the pad frames to remove any dust build
up during the winter. If the pads are salted-up replace
them.
5. Thoroughly clean the tank.
6. Turn on the water supply to the cooler and check for
water leaks.
7. Switch on the isolating switch inside the cooler.
8. Refit the pad frames.
9. Turn on the power supply to the cooler.
10. Run the cooler.
NOTE: Do not wash the pads with high pressure water
spray.
WARNING: Do not run the cooler with the pad frames
removed.
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SERVICING & INSPECTION DETAILS
SERVICE ITEM
CHECK/ADJUST
Electrical
Connections
and Component
Operation
Electrical wiring
1
2
3
4
CLEAN
5
1
2
3
REPLACE
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
Fan motors
Drain valve
Water inlet solenoid
Water probes
Chlorinators (where
fitted)
Water pump
Water Distribution System
Chillcel Pads
Water distribution
system - hoses and
spreaders
Water level
Cabinet and Accessories
Cabinet integrity /
leaks
Tank
Fans
General Operation
Start up and run
sequence
Control operation
General Installation
Electrical connections
Water connections
Duct condition
Roof penetrations
Mounting & Vibration
isolation
Access
Service No
Service Date Service Technician
Service Company
No 1........................
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No 2........................
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No 3........................
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No 4........................
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No 5........................
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ENVIROMAGIC COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL EVAPORATIVE COOLER
INSTALLATION CHECKLIST
Owners Name:___________________________________________Telephone:_______________________________
Address:_______________________________________
______________________________________________
Dealer:________________________________________
Installer:_______________________________________
Date Installed:____________________________________
Model No.:___________________________
Serial No.:__________________________________
INSTALLATION TASK
COMPLETE
The cooler is adequately supported, secure and level.
The water pipes were flushed of any foreign materials before connection the cooler was made.
The owner has been instructed on how to isolate the water to the system in case of emergency.
The water is connected with no leaks at fittings.
Water pipes are correctly saddled as per the applicable plumbing regulations.
The power supply adheres to all local and national regulations and is wired back to the distribution
board on its own separate circuit
All cables have been correctly connected to the control enclosure (i.e. power supply, control cable)
The owner has been instructed how they can electrically isolate the cooler at the meter box in case of
an emergency.
All ducts are fixed correctly and there are no air leaks.
The system has been run from the customer’s BMS control and all functions work correctly. (if
applicable)
The customer has been shown how to operate the system.
All the installation rubbish has been removed and, if applicable, any property damage repaired.
Visual inspection completed no damage
Electrical supply to cooler OK
Cooler internal water levels checked
Internal component check OK
Outlet drain directed into open drain YES/NO.
Confirm that all lid screws are tight. Screws may have loosened during shipment.
Check supply duct is sealed. Water can be directed at joins to confirm this.
Check all wiring connections
Check for air leaks
Cooler function test with control function check OK
Signed by Installer:….............................................……Commissioning Engineer...............................................................
Date: ………………………………………………………..Date:..............................................................................................
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COOLER MOUNTING FRAME DIMENSION DRAWING
21mm
(7.0")
19mm
(6.4")
94mm
(3.7")
721mm
681mm
(28.4")
(26.8")
1300mm
(54.9")
Ø12.0 (Ø1/2")
TYP 12
KEEP SURFACE
FLAT
120°
TYP 6
220mm
(8.7")
802mm
(31.6")
TYP 6
40 to 45mm EQUAL ANGLE
(1 1/2" TO 1 3/4")
GUSSETS (10)
SQUARE TUBE LEGS
(DIMS TO SUIT INSTALLATION)
ILL1738-A
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ENVIROMAGIC COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL EVAPORATIVE COOLER
INSTALLATION FEEDBACK
TO THE INSTALLER
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