Air Handling Unit Systemair Topvex SX/C, Topvex TX/C Installation

Air Handling Unit Systemair Topvex SX/C, Topvex TX/C Installation
Topvex SX/C, Topvex TX/C
Air Handling Unit
Installation instructions
Document in original language
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23-12-2015 A001
Contents
1 Declaration of Conformity ........................................................................................................... 1
2 Warnings................................................................................................................................... 2
3 Product information.................................................................................................................... 2
3.1 General ........................................................................................................................... 2
3.2 Technical data .................................................................................................................. 3
3.2.1 Dimensions and weight Topvex SX/C ....................................................................... 3
3.2.2 Dimensions and weight Topvex TX/C ....................................................................... 4
3.2.3 Electrical data ......................................................................................................... 6
3.3 Transport and storage....................................................................................................... 7
4 Installation................................................................................................................................. 8
4.1 Unpacking........................................................................................................................ 8
4.2 Where/how to install ......................................................................................................... 8
4.3 Condensation drain .......................................................................................................... 9
4.4 Installing the unit ..............................................................................................................10
4.4.1 Installation procedure ..............................................................................................10
4.5 Supply air sensor (Topvex SX/C) .......................................................................................11
4.6 Connections.....................................................................................................................12
4.6.1 Ducting...................................................................................................................12
4.6.2 Condensation and Heat Insulation............................................................................13
4.6.3 Silencers ................................................................................................................13
4.6.4 Electrical connection, components ...........................................................................14
4.6.5 Topvex External Connections...................................................................................15
4.6.6 BMS Connection.....................................................................................................17
4.7 Installing the Control Panel ...............................................................................................18
4.7.1 Dimensions ............................................................................................................18
4.7.2 General information.................................................................................................18
4.7.3 Installation ..............................................................................................................18
4.8 Additional Equipment........................................................................................................19
1 Declaration of Conformity
Manufacturer
Systemair Sverige AB
Industrivägen 3
SE-739 30 Skinnskatteberg SWEDEN Office:
+46 222 440 00 Fax: +46 222 440 99
hereby confirms that the following products:
Air handling units Topvex SX/C and Topvex TX/C
EL
None
HWL
HWH
Topvex SX/C03-06
Topvex SX/C03-06
Topvex SX/C03-06
Topvex SX/C03-06
Topvex SX/C03-06 M0
Topvex SX/C03-06 M0
—
Topvex SX/C03-06 M0
Topvex TX/C03-06
Topvex TX/C03-06
Topvex TX/C03-06
Topvex TX/C03-06
Topvex TX/C03-06 M0
—
Topvex TX/C03-06 M0
Topvex TX/C03-06 M0
(The declaration applies only to product in the condition it was delivered in and installed in the facility in accordance with the included
installation instructions. The insurance does not cover components that are added or actions carried out subsequently on the product)
Comply with all applicable requirements in the following directives and regulations
Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
Ecodesign Directive 2009/125/EC
327/2011 Requirements for fans
1253/2014 Requirements for ventilation units
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
The following harmonized standards are applied in applicable parts:
EN ISO 12100:2010
Safety of machinery - General principles for design - Risk assessment and risk reduction
EN 13857
Safety of machinery – Safety distances to prevent hazard zones being reached by upper or lower
limbs
EN 60204-1
Safety of machinery – Electrical equipment of machines – Part 1: General requirements
EN 60335-1
Household and similar electrical appliances – Safety Part 1: General requirements
EN 60335-2-40
Safety of household and similar electrical appliances - Part 2-40: Particular requirements for
electrical heat pumps, air-conditioners and dehumidifiers
EN 50106:2007
Safety of household and similar appliances – Particular rules for routine tests referring to appliances
under the scope of EN 60 335-1 and EN 60967
EN 60529
Degrees of protection provided by enclosures (IP Code)
EN 62233
Measurement methods for electromagnetic fields of household appliances and similar apparatus
with regard to human exposure
EN 61000-6-2
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 6-2: Generic standards – Immunity for industrial
environments
EN 61000-6-3
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 6-3: Generic standards – Emission standards for
residential, commercial and light-industrial environments
The complete technical documentation is available.
Skinnskatteberg, 2015-11-25
Mats Sándor
Technical Director
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2 Warnings
The following admonitions will be presented in the different sections of the document.
Danger
• Make sure that the Mains supply to the unit is disconnected before performing any maintenance or
electrical work!
• All electrical connections must be carried out by an authorized installer and in accordance with
local rules and regulations.
Warning
• Keep the doors locked during operation to ensure required level of safety for the unit.
• The unit must be duct connected or in some other way provided with protection so that it is not
possible to come in contact with the fans through the duct connections
• Beware of hot surface on the heating battery during maintenance and service.
• The unit is heavy. Be careful during transport and mounting. Risk of injury through pinching. Use
protective clothing.
• Beware of sharp edges during mounting and maintenance. Make sure that a proper lifting device is
used. Use protective clothing.
• The units electrical connection to the mains supply must be preceded by an all pole circuit breaker
with a minimum 3 mm gap.
Caution
• If the unit is installed in a cold place make sure that all joints are covered with insulation, and tape well
• Duct connections should be covered during storage and installation
• Do not connect tumble dryers to the ventilation system
• Take care not to damage the water battery when connecting water pipes to connectors. Use a
spanner to tighten the connection.
3 Product information
3.1 General
This installation manual concerns air handling unit type Topvex SX/C, TX/C manufactured by Systemair
AB. The units include the following model options:
• Model: Topvex SX/C03, Topvex SX/C04, Topvex SX/C06, Topvex TX/C03, Topvex TX/C04 and
Topvex TX/C06.
• Heating coil: EL (Electric), HWL (Water coil, low power), HWH (Water coil, high power) or None.
• Right or left models: R (Right) L (Left). The side where the supply air is located when viewed from
the access side.
• Airflow control as accessories: CAV – Constant Air Volume, VAV – Variable Air Volume = Constant
duct pressure control
• M0: Aluminium fan impeller
This manual consists of basic information and recommendations concerning the design, installation,
start-up and operation, to ensure a proper fail-free operation of the unit.
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The key to proper and safe operating of the unit is to read this manual thoroughly, use the unit according to
given guidelines and follow all safety requirements.
3.2 Technical data
3.2.1 Dimensions and weight Topvex SX/C
Model
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
K
Topvex SX/C03
877
500
250
170
200
188
1041
1772
1926
Topvex SX/C04
877
600
300
163
200
138
1127
1905
2060
Topvex SX/C06
877
600
300
235
342
138
1412
2187
2344
L
M
V
X
Y
Z
Weight, kg
Topvex SX/C03
720
765
664
335
213
87
272
Topvex SX/C04
720
833
664
417
203
106
283
Topvex SX/C06
720
1120
664
560
203
106
395
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3.2.2 Dimensions and weight Topvex TX/C
Fig. 1 Dimensions (mm) Topvex SX/C03 (drawn as left hand unit)
Model
Topvex TX/C03
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
1587
1210
880
1435
725
240
348
410
I
J
K
L
ØM
N
O
Weight, kg
358
230
335
210
315
181
785
286
Model
Topvex TX/C03
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Fig. 2 Dimensions (mm) Topvex TX/C04-06 drawn as left hand unit
Model
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
Topvex TX/C04
1860
1279
880
1708
725
104
136
Topvex TX/C06
2150
1630
880
1998
725
116
196
H
I
J
K
L
M
Weight, kg
Topvex TX/C04
180
190
500
195
300
920
296
Topvex TX/C06
324
140
600
197
300
1065
405
Model
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3.2.3 Electrical data
Model
Fans (W tot.) 230V 1~ and
400 V 3N~
El Heating battery (kW tot.)
Fuse (mains) (A) for
230 V 1~ and 400 V 3~
Topvex SX/C03 EL
1480
8
3x25
Topvex SX/C03 None, HWL, HWH
1480
-
10
Topvex SX/C03 EL M0
1088
8
3x25
Topvex SX/C03 None, HWL, HWH M0
1088
-
10
Topvex SX/C04 EL
1478
12
3x32
Topvex SX/C04 None, HWL, HWH
1478
-
10
Topvex SX/C04 EL M0
1530
12
3x32
Topvex SX/C04 None, HWL, HWH M0
1530
-
10
Topvex SX/C06 EL
1780
16
3x32
Topvex SX/C06 None, HWL, HWH
1780
-
3x10
Topvex SX/C06 EL M0
2124
16
3x32
Topvex SX/C06 None, HWL, HWH M0
2124
–
3x10
Model
Fans (W tot.) 230V 1~ and
400 V 3N~
El Heating battery (kW tot.)
Fuse (mains) (A) for
230 V 1~ and 400 V 3~
Topvex TX/C03 EL
1474
8
3x25
Topvex TX/C03 None, HWL, HWH
1474
-
10
Topvex TX/C03 EL M0
1068
8
3x20
Topvex TX/C03 None, HWL, HWH M0
1068
-
10
Topvex TX/C04 EL
1480
12
3x32
Topvex TX/C04 None, HWL, HWH
1480
-
10
Topvex TX/C04 EL M0
1652
12
3x32
Topvex TX/C04 None, HWL, HWH M0
1652
-
10
Topvex TX/C06 EL
1790
16
3x32
Topvex TX/C06 None, HWL, HWH
1790
-
3x10
Topvex TX/C06 EL M0
2146
16
3x32
Topvex TX/C06 None, HWL, HWH M0
2146
-
3x10
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3.3 Transport and storage
The unit is delivered in one piece standing on a pallet for easy transportation using a forklift. The unit
should be stored and transported in such a way that it is protected against physical damage that can
harm panels, handles, display etc. It should be covered so that dust, rain and snow cannot enter and
damage the unit and its components. The appliance is delivered complete with all necessary components,
wrapped in plastic on a pallet for easy transportation.
When transporting the Topvex SX/C, TX/C units use a forklift placed on the gable of the unit.
Note:
Necessary parts like control panel, supply air sensor (only Topvex SX/C), mounting feet, drainage pipe
with drain trap and electrical safety switch are enclosed at delivery.
Warning
• The unit is heavy. Be careful during transport and installation. Risk of injury through pinching. Use
protective clothing.
• The unit must not be put into operation before the enclosed parts are removed and installed properly.
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4 Installation
4.1 Unpacking
Verify that all ordered equipment are delivered before starting the installation. Any deviation from the
ordered equipment must be reported to the supplier of Systemair products.
4.2 Where/how to install
The unit is meant for indoor installation. The electronic components should not be exposed to lower
temperature than 0° C and higher than +50° C.
If the unit is installed in a cold place it is important that the unit is not shut-off by the main switch. As long
as the main voltage is on the electrical cabinet will be kept warm also in cold climates.
When choosing the location it should be kept in mind that the unit requires maintenance regularly and
that the inspection doors should be easily accessible. Leave free space for opening the doors and for
taking out the main components (chapter 3.2.1.)
The outdoor air intake of the building should if possible be put in the northern or eastern side of the building
and away from other exhaust outlets like kitchen fan outcasts or laundry room outlets.
Warning
• The unit should only be put into operation with the doors closed.
• The unit must be duct connected or in some other way provided with protection so that it is not
possible to come in contact with the fans through the duct connections.
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4.3 Condensation drain
The unit must be connected to the condensation drain, which is enclosed upon delivery. The drainage
needs to be connected on the exhaust air side of the heat exchanger at the bottom of the unit, figure 3. If
the unit is to be used for cool recovery the normally plugged drainage outlet needs to be connected as well
to a separate tube and water lock (accessories).
Use the enclosed connection tube, which needs to be cut down to the appropriate height. See table 1 how
the height “H” corresponds to different maximum negative pressures. See figure 4 for dimensions and
assembly.
If the unit is mounted in a tight area that makes it difficult to have the appropriate height, a pump is
available as an accessory.
Note:
When installed in a non heated place the drain pipe and trap needs to be insulated well to prevent the
water from freezing.
Fig. 3 Drainage connection
Fig. 4 Dimension and assembly
Table 1:
H (mm)
Max. Negative pressure (Pa)
65
300
951
600
135
1000
1.
Normal conditions
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4.4 Installing the unit
The unit is designed for floor installation. Left and right connections are possible. The unit can be installed
in the following positions.
Fig. 5 Installing position (left hand units)
Fig. 6 Installing position (right hand units)
Table 2: Symbol description
Symbol
Description
Supply air
Exhaust air
Outdoor air
Extract air
4.4.1 Installation procedure
1
Prepare the surface where the unit is to be mounted. Make sure that the surface is flat, levelled and that
it carries the weight of the unit. Perform the installation in accordance with local rules and regulations.
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Lift the unit in place.
Warning
Beware of sharp edges during mounting and maintenance. Make sure that a proper lifting device is
used. Use protective clothing.
3
Connect the unit electrically to the mains through
the all pole circuit breaker (safety switch), which is
enclosed inside the unit on delivery. The wiring is
led directly to the electrical connection box.
See enclosed wiring diagram, and chapter 4.6.5 for
more information.
Warning
The units electrical connection to the mains supply must be preceded by an all pole circuit breaker
with a minimum 3 mm gap.
Danger
• Make sure that the Mains supply to the unit is disconnected before performing any maintenance or
electrical work!
• All electrical connections must be carried out by an authorized installer and in accordance with
local rules and regulations.
4.5 Supply air sensor (Topvex SX/C)
The supply air sensor should be mounted in the duct approximately 3 m after the unit in the supply air
duct. See table 3 to which terminals the sensor needs to be connected in the electrical connection box.
All other temperature sensors are built in to the unit from factory. The supply air sensor is enclosed in
the unit package on delivery.
Fig. 7 Installed supply air sensor, Topvex SX/C, left hand unit
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4.6 Connections
4.6.1 Ducting
Position
Description
A
Connection supply air
B
Connection exhaust air
C
Connection outdoor air
D
Connection extract air
1
Fan supply air
2
Fan extract air
3
Filter supply air
4
Filter extract air
5
Heat exchanger
6
Electrical connection box
7
Damper by-pass outdoor air
8
Pressure transmitter fans (accessory)
9
Pressure guard filter
10
Re-heater battery
11
Airflow guard (only EL units)
12
Differential pressure sensor – deicing
Symbol
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4.6.2 Condensation and Heat Insulation
Outdoor air duct and exhaust ducts must always be well insulated against condensation. Correct insulation
installation on ducts connected to the unit is especially important. All ducts installed in cold rooms/areas
must be well insulated. Use insulating covering (minimum 100 mm mineral wool) with plastic diffusion
barrier. In areas with extremely low outdoor temperatures during the winter, additional insulation must be
installed. Total insulation thickness must be at least 150 mm.
Caution
• If the unit is installed in a cold place make sure that all joints are covered with insulation, and tape well
• Duct connections/duct ends should be covered during storage and installation
• Do not connect tumble dryers to the ventilation system
4.6.3 Silencers
To avoid fan noise being transferred via the duct system, silencers should be installed both on supply and
extract air.
To avoid noise being transferred between rooms via the duct system and also to reduce noise from the
duct system itself, installation of silencers before every inlet diffuser is recommended.
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4.6.4 Electrical connection, components
Danger
• Make sure that the Mains supply to the unit is disconnected before performing any maintenance or
electrical work!
• All electrical connections must be carried out by an authorized installer and in accordance with
local rules and regulations.
All electric connections are made in the electrical connection box which can be found in the front of the
unit. The hatch is removed by unscrewing four screws.
Reset the manual overheat protection for Topvex TX/C by pushing the red button on top of the electrical
heater frame, reachable by opening the units door. For Topvex SX/C it is reachable by unscrewing the
lower hatch (to the re-heater battery).
The unit must not be put into operation before all the electrical safety precautions have been read and
understood. See the enclosed wiring diagram for internal and external wiring.
All external connections to possible accessories are made to terminals inside the electrical connection box.
Position
Description
1
Regulator E-283 WEB
2
Transformer 230/24V AC
3
Terminals for internal and external components
4
Terminals for internal wiring
5
Terminals for mains supply to the unit
6
Contactor (K2) On/Off Pump control water (HW units only, not present in EL-units)
7
Automatic fuse
8
Automatic fuse for heater (EL units only)
9
Contactor (K3) EL heater (EL units only)
10
Manual over heat protection reset (EL units only)
11
TTC El heater control (EL units only)
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4.6.5 Topvex External Connections
Table 3: Connections to external functions
Terminal
block
Description
Remark
PE
Ground
N
N
Earthed neutral (supply voltage)
Used for phase 230V 1~ and
400V 3~
L1
L1
Phase (Main supply voltage)
Used for phase 230V 1~
if the unit has this mains
supply
400V 3~/230V 3~
L2
L2
Phase (Main supply voltage)
400V 3~/230V 3~
L3
L3
Phase (Main supply voltage)
400V 3~/230V 3~
1
G
Auxiliary supply (Pressure transmitter.
Water valve actuators)
24V AC
2
G0
Reference (Water valve actuator mains
supply)
24V AC
10
DO ref
DO reference
G (24V AC)
121
DO 2
Outdoor/Exhaust air damper
24V AC
Max. 2,0 A continuous load
WP
L1
Circulation pump hot water system
230V AC
141
DO 4
Cooling pump
24V AC
151
DO 5
DX Cooling step 1
24V AC
161
DO 6
DX Cooling step 2
24V AC
171
DO 7
Alarm output for DO signals
24V AC
30
AI Ref
Supply air temperature sensor reference neutral
31
AI 1
Temperature sensor, supply air
40
Agnd
UI reference
412
UAI 1/(UDI 1) Pressure transmitter extract air
422
UAI 2/(UDI 2) Pressure transmitter supply air
44
UAI 3/(UDI 3) Frost protection sensor water heating
battery
Use terminal 40 as reference
43
DI ref
Extended running/Fire alarm reference
+ 24V DC
P1:50/P2:60
B
Exo-line B
Modbus, Exo-line
connection
P:151/P2:61
A
Exo-line A
Modbus, Exo-line
connection
P1:52/P2:62
N
Exo-line N
Modbus, Exo-line
connection
P1:53/P2:63
E
Exo-line E
Exo-line connection
743
DI 4
Extended running
Normally open contact
neutral
Use terminal 4 as reference
753
DI 5
Fire alarm
Normally open contact
Use terminal 4 as reference
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Connections to external functions cont'd
Terminal
block
763
DI 6
Description
Remark
External stop
Normally open contact
Use terminal 4 as reference
90
Agnd
AO Reference
neutral
93
AO 3
Control signal valve actuator, Water
Heating
0–10V DC
94
AO 4
Control signal valve actuator, Cooling
0–10V DC
1.
2.
3.
Maximum current load for all DO combined: 8A
Connection to external pressure sensor in case of pressure controlled unit (VAV)
These inputs may only be wired to voltage free contacts
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4.6.6 BMS Connection
BMS Connection
Communication possibilities for controller E283 WEB.
•
RS485(Modbus): 50-51-52 or 60-61-62
•
RS485(BACnet): 50-51-52 or 60-61-62
•
RS485(Exoline): 50-51-52-53 or 60-61-62-63
• TCP/IP Exoline
• TCP/IP Modbus
•
TCP/IP WEB
•
TCP/IP BACnet
Fig. 8 BMS connection on the controller
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4.7 Installing the Control Panel
4.7.1 Dimensions
Fig. 9 Control panel dimensions
Position
Dimensions (mm)
A
115.0
B
94.0
C
26.0
D
c/c 60.0
E
50.5
4.7.2 General information
The control panel is delivered connected to the Corrigo control unit situated in the electrical connection
box. Cable length is 10 m. In case the control panel needs to be detached from the signal cable it is
possible to loosen the wires on the back of the control panel (figure 10).
A set of self-adhesive magnet strips are included in the package to facilitate installation on a metal surface.
4.7.3 Installation
1
Find an appropriate place to install the control panel. Maximum length between control panel and
unit is 100 m.
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If needed, drill two holes in the wall to hang the control panel (center to center: 60 mm) (pos.1, figure 10).
Fig. 10 Control panel wire connections
Position
Description
1
Mounting holes
2
Connection block
3
Connection to brown cable
4
Connection to yellow cable
5
Connection to white cable
6
Connection to black cable
4.8 Additional Equipment
For information concerning additional external equipment such as valve actuators, motorized dampers,
E-tool, roof units, wall grilles etc. see technical catalogue and their enclosed instructions.
For electrical connections of external components see enclosed wiring chart.
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Systemair Sverige AB reserves the right to make changes and improvements to the
contents of this manual without prior notice.
Systemair Sverige AB
Industrivägen 3
SE-739 30 Skinnskatteberg, Sweden
Phone +46 222 440 00
Fax +46 222 440 99
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