3064298 Split-air-water heat pump installation and operarting

3064298 Split-air-water heat pump installation and operarting
Installation and operating instructions
Split air/water heat pump
BWL-1 S(B)-07/10/14
Integrated system log book
From:
HCM-3 FW 1.30
AM
FW 1.40
Wolf GmbH • Postfach 1380 • D-84048 Mainburg • Tel. (+49) 8751/74-0 • Fax (+49) 8751/741600 • Internet: www.wolf-heiztechnik.de
Document no.: 3064298_201507
Subject to technical modifications
GB
Table of contents
Contents.............................................................................................Page
Information, layout and equipment
1. Safety information / standards and regulations..........................................................5
2. General information....................................................................................................6
3. Information on the heat pump.................................................................................7-8
4. Standard delivery.......................................................................................................9
5. Layout.................................................................................................................. 10-11
6. Equipment features..................................................................................................12
7. Dimensions BWL-1S(B) .....................................................................................13-15
Siting
8. Siting information / minimum room volume ........................................................16-17
9. Siting the outdoor module........................................................................................18
10. Siting the indoor module.........................................................................................19
11. Gravel bed and foundation diagram for the outdoor module..................................20
12. Anchoring the outdoor module and providing vibration isolation............................21
13. Wall mounting the outdoor module.........................................................................22
Installing the heat pump
14. Positioning the wall duct.........................................................................................23
15. Routing the refrigerant lines ..................................................................................24
16. Connecting the refrigerant lines to the outdoor module ........................................25
17. Connecting the refrigerant lines of the indoor module ...........................................26
18. Filling the refrigerant lines.................................................................................27-28
19. Testing the refrigerant lines for leaks......................................................................29
20. Connecting the heating/cooling circuit and the DHW circuit..............................30-32
21. Split heating centre with CEW-2-200.....................................................................33
Control system and power supply
22. Power supply / General information.......................................................................34
23. Connection diagram...............................................................................................35
24. Power supply to the outdoor module......................................................................36
25. Power supply to the indoor module...................................................................37-45
25.1 Electric heater connection.............................................................................38
25.2 PSU / PV / Smart grid / BUS cable connection........................................38-39
25.3 HCM-3 control PCB connection....................................................................40
25.4 Wiring diagram for HCM-3 / AWO............................................................44-45
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Contents.............................................................................................Page
Control system modules
26. Display module / programming unit installation......................................................46
27. Programming unit BM-2.........................................................................................47
28. AM display module.................................................................................................48
Operating the AM display module
29. Operating the AM display module..........................................................................49
29.1 Programming the quick start keys.................................................................49
Adjusting the set heating temperature........................................................49
Adjusting the set DHW temperature.............................................................49
29.2 Boiler / status / messages.............................................................................50
29.2.1 Heat pump operating mode...................................................................51
29.2.2 Heat pump status..................................................................................51
29.3 System data displays (menu structure).......................................................52
29.4 Default settings / Setting options (menu structure).....................................53
29.4.1 Language..............................................................................................53
29.4.2 Key lock.................................................................................................54
29.4.3 DHW operating mode (ECO/Comfort)...................................................54
29.4.4 DHW quick heat-up...............................................................................55
29.4.5 Energy saving mode (no function)........................................................55
29.4.6 Active cooling........................................................................................55
29.5 Heating contractor (menu structure)...........................................................56
Contractor level
30. Contractor level password......................................................................................57
31. Contractor level.................................................................................................58-78
Overview of contractor level..................................................................................58
31.1 Relay test......................................................................................................58
31.2 System..........................................................................................................58
31.3 Parameters....................................................................................................59
31.3.1 Overview of contractor parameters..................................................60-61
31.3.2 Description of contractor parameters...............................................62-64
31.3.3 Overview of system configurations.......................................................65
System configurations ...........................................................................66-77
31.4 Parameter reset............................................................................................78
31.5 Special..........................................................................................................78
31.6 IDU service (indoor unit)...............................................................................78
31.7 ODU service (outdoor unit)...........................................................................79
31.8 Fault history...................................................................................................79
31.9 Deleting the fault history................................................................................80
31.10 Acknowledging faults...................................................................................80
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Specification
32. Sound level.............................................................................................................81
33. Configuring the dual mode point............................................................................82
34. - 48. Heating output, el. power consumption, COP...........................................83-97
49. Heating circuit residual head..................................................................................98
50. Specification....................................................................................................99-100
51. Sensor resistances...............................................................................................101
Commissioning
52. Commissioning.....................................................................................................102
System log book
53. System log book............................................................................................103-107
53.1 Responsibilities of the operator...................................................................103
53.1.1 Annual leak test..............................................................................103
53.1.2 Compulsory documentation...........................................................104
53.1.3 Dismantling the heat pump and disposing of the refrigerant.......... 104
53.2 System data.........................................................................................105-107
Information
54. Maintenance / cleaning.................................................................................108-109
55. Troubleshooting............................................................................................. 110-112
56. Abbreviations / key............................................................................................... 113
57. Product fiche according to Regulation (EU) no. 811/2013............................ 114-117
58. Technical parameters according to EU regulation no. 813/2013.......................... 118
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY............................................................................. 119
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1.Safety information,
standards and regulations
Safety instructions
The following symbols are used in this description to highlight important
information concerning personal and operational safety:
Denotes instructions with which you must strictly comply to prevent risk or injury to
individuals, faults or damage to the appliance.
Danger due to live electrical components.
Caution: Turn off the ON/OFF switch before removing the casing.
Never touch electrical components or contacts when the ON/OFF switch is in the ON
position. This carries a risk of electrocution that could result in injury or death. The
terminals are live even when the ON/OFF switch is in the OFF position.
Please note
Indicates technical instructions that must be observed to prevent malfunction
or appliance damage.
This appliance is not designed to be operated by persons
(including children) with restricted physical, sensory or
mental capacities or who lack the necessary experience
and/or knowledge, unless they are supervised by a
person responsible for their safety or have received
instructions on how to use the appliance from this person.
Standards / Regulations
The appliance and control accessories comply with the following regulations:
EC Directives
2006/42/EG Machinery Directive
2006/95/EC Low Voltage Directive
2004/108/EC EMC Directive
DIN EN standards
DIN EN 349
DIN EN 378
DIN EN 12100
DIN EN 14511
DIN EN 60335-1
DIN EN 60335-2-40
DIN EN 60529
DIN EN 60730-1
DIN EN 55014-1
DIN EN 55014-2
National standards / directives
DE:
DIN 8901
BGR 500 Part 2
VDI 2035 Part 1-3
Drinking water ordinance
CH:
NEV (SR 743.26)
Certificate of competence
The handling of refrigerant and work on the refrigerant circuit must be carried
out by a refrigeration engineer or other suitably qualified person, such as a
heating contractor with a certificate of competence (to para 5, section 3 of the
ChemKlimaschutzV [or local regulations] in conjunction with (EC) Regulation
No. 303/2008 Category I). Applicable standards and regulations and recognised
engineering standards must be observed.
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2. General information
The following regulations and directives must be observed when carrying out
installation, commissioning, maintenance and repair work:
The heat pump system must be sited, installed, set up and commissioned by
a qualified contractor, in compliance with the applicable statutory regulations,
ordinances and directives and the installation instructions.
The tilting angle of the heat pump during transport must be no greater than 45°.
Under no circumstances must the components and pipework of the refrigerant circuit,
the heating circuit or the heat source side be used to transport the appliance.
The heat pump must only be operated with outdoor air as the heat source. The airconducting sides must not be constricted or obstructed.
For safety reasons, the power supply to the heat pump and the control system must
not be interrupted, even outside the heating period.
Reason: No monitoring of HC pressure, no frost protection, no anti-seizing pump
protection.
The appliance may only be opened by a qualified contractor.
Before opening the appliance, all electrical circuits must be isolated from the power
supply. Take precautions to prevent the fan from starting up unintentionally. The
system must be isolated from the power supply across all poles and safeguarded
against reconnection.
Work on the refrigerant circuit must only be carried out by a qualified contractor.
Do not use Teflon sealant in the heating circuit, as this may result in leaks.
Never treat appliance surfaces with scouring agents or cleaning agents containing
acid or chlorine.
When siting the heat pump, position and install it securely, to prevent it slipping or
sliding during operation.
The outdoor unit may only be installed outdoors.
Only replace faulty components with original Wolf spare parts.
Observe the specified electrical fuse ratings
(see Specification).
Any damage or loss resulting from technical modifications to Wolf control systems is
excluded from our warranty.
Risk of water damage and faulty operation through freezing.
The heat pump is automatically protected from frost when it is switched on.
For installation in Austria:
Observe the ÖVE regulations and requirements and those of your local power supply
utility.
Please note
Please note
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The local power supply utility must be notified when a heat pump is installed.
The installation and operating instructions are valid as of software version
1.30 for printed circuit board HCM-3 and as of software version 1.40 for the AM
display module.
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3. Information on the heat pump
Application area
The split air/water heat pump for heating water temperatures up to 55 °C and air
temperatures down to -15 °C or -20 °C is designed exclusively for the heating of heating
water and domestic hot water. The heat pump can be used in new or existing heating
systems, taking into consideration the application limits (see "Specification").
Operating principle of a heat pump The heat pump converts the low-temperature heat contained in the outdoor air into
high-temperature heat. To achieve this, air is drawn in by the fan and routed over the
evaporator (1).
The evaporator contains liquid heat transfer medium. This boils and evaporates at low
temperatures and low pressures. The required evaporation heat is extracted from the
air, which cools down in the process. The air is then released back into the atmosphere.
The evaporated heat transfer medium is drawn in by compressor (2) and compressed
to a higher pressure. The compressed, gaseous heat transfer medium is pushed into
the condenser (3), where it condenses at high pressure and high temperature. The
condensation heat is transferred to the heating water, causing the water temperature
to rise.
The energy transferred to the heating water corresponds to the energy that was
previously extracted from the outdoor air, plus the small amount of electrical energy
required for compression.
The pressure in the condenser and upstream of the expansion valve (4) is high. Via
the expansion valve, a temperature-sensitive pressure reduction occurs, causing the
pressure and temperature to drop. The cycle then starts again.
3.
Cylinder
4. 2.
Indoor module
Outdoor module
1.
1. Evaporator
Air
2. Compressor
3. Condenser
4. Expansion valve
Frost protection
Please note
Energy-efficient use of the
heat pump heating system
Please note
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The heat pump is automatically protected against frost when it is switched on. The
use of anti-freeze is not permissible.
Risk of water damage and faulty operation through freezing.
By choosing a heat pump heating system, you are helping to protect the environment
through low emissions and efficient use of primary energy. To ensure that your new
heating system operates at maximum efficiency, please bear in mind the following points:
The heat pump heating system must be carefully sized and installed. Avoid
unnecessarily high flow temperatures. The lower the flow temperature on the
heating water side, the more efficiently the heat pump operates. Ensure that the
controller is adjusted correctly.
Intermittent ventilation is preferable. Compared to airing with the windows
permanently tilted open, this method of ventilation reduces energy consumption
and saves you money.
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3. Information on the heat pump
Other equipment features
The appliance is equipped with sensors that monitor the heating circuit and the refrigerant
circuit.
DHW cylinders
Wolf heat pumps require special DHW cylinders for heating the domestic hot water;
these are available from the Wolf range of accessories.
The indirect coil surface area in the DHW cylinders must be at least 0.25 m² per kW
of heating output.
Please note
Water treatment
Please note
VDI 2035 Part 1 lists recommendations for the prevention of scaling in heating
systems. Part 2 deals with corrosion on the water side.
When screed drying using the heater rod, particular care should be taken to ensure
that the permissible total hardness is complied with, otherwise there is a risk of
scaling and heater rod failure.
The permissible water hardness is 16.8°dH for system volumes of up to 250 litres
during operation with the electric heating rod.
Permissible hardness in °dH
We also recommend a heating water pH value of between 6.5 and 9.0 for mixed
installations comprising various materials.
In the case of high-volume systems or those where large top-up water volumes
(e.g. due to water losses) are required, the following values should be observed.
250 l
No water
treatment
necessary
Water treatment
necessary
Operation wi
thout imme
rsion heater
Operation wit
h immersion
heater
System volume in l
If the limit curve is exceeded, an appropriate portion of the system water must be
treated.
Example: Total hardness of the domestic hot water: 16 °dH
System volume: 500 l
i.e. at least 250 l must be treated.
Water hardness
The adjustable cylinder water temperature can exceed 60 °C. Short-term operation
at temperatures above 60 °C must be monitored in order to prevent scalding. For
permanent operation, appropriate precautions should be taken to prevent draw-off
temperatures above 60 °C, e.g. thermostatic valve.
To protect against scaling, the DHW temperature must be set to max. 50 °C when
the total water hardness is 15 °dH (2.5 mol/m³) or above. If the total hardness is
16.8 °dH or above, we recommend using a water treatment facility in the cold water
supply line when heating DHW, in order to prolong the maintenance interval. Even if
water hardness is less than 16.8 °dH, an increased risk of scaling may occur in some
areas, necessitating suitable softening measures. Failure to take such measures will
result in premature scaling of the appliance and reduced DHW convenience. The
contractor should always check the local conditions.
Corrosion protection
Do not use (for cleaning, polishing, etc.) or store sprays, solvents, chlorinated
cleaning agents, paints, lacquers, adhesives, salts, etc. on or in the vicinity of the
heat pump.
Under unfavourable conditions, these materials may cause corrosion in the heat
pump and other heating system components.
Only clean the casing with a damp cloth and a mild chlorine-free detergent. To finish,
dry off immediately.
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4. Standard delivery
Standard delivery
ff Outdoor module, fully encased in box
ff Indoor module, fully encased in box
containing the following:
−− Installation and operating instructions including system log book and
maintenance instructions
−− Commissioning report with checklist
−− Suspension bracket and assembly set for indoor module
−− 3x pluggable pipework for appliance connection, Ø 28, with O-rings and clips
−− Vent hose for commissioning
−− Type plate supplement for the outdoor module
−− Union nuts for refrigerant circuit, 2x10 / 2x16
Outdoor
module
Required accessories
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Indoor
module
AM display module required, BM-2 programming unit can be used as a remote
control. Dew point monitor for cooling mode only.
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5.Layout
Layout BWL-1S(B) indoor module
Vent
Control electronics and power
supply connection
AWO boiler water temperature
sensor for outdoor module controller
(AWO T_boiler)
Condenser
Electric booster heater
(accessory for BWL-1SB)
Heating circuit pressure sensor
Refrigerant pressure sensor
High-efficiency heating circuit pump
Schrader valve
Refrigerant temperature (T_condenser)
Return temperature sensor
Pressure gauge
Heating circuit flow sensor (HC)
Safety valve
Boiler water temperature sensor
Refrigerant line connection
3-way diverter valve, heating / DHW
Optional use of AM display module
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5.Layout
Layout BWL-1S(B)-10/14 outdoor module
Evaporator
Fan
4-way valve
Electronic expansion valve
Liquid separator
Inverter compressor
Layout BWL-1S(B)-07 outdoor module
Evaporator
Fan
4-way valve
Electronic expansion valve
Liquid separator
Inverter compressor
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6. Equipment features
BWL-1S(B)
Indoor module
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Demand-controlled electric booster heater
o
for 2 / 4 / 6 kW depending on connection – Type BWL-1S
o
For covering peak loads
o
Adjustable for emergency mode or for screed drying
o
Screed drying also possible without outdoor module
Control electronics with integrated wiring chamber
Slot for BM-2 programming unit or AM display module
External control via 0-10V possible
Slot for LAN / WLAN interface ISM7i
Thermally insulated condenser made from stainless steel plates
Variable speed high-efficiency pump for the heating circuit
3-way diverter valve for heating/DHW heating,
pressure gauge, safety valve installed
Pressure and flow sensors, plus flow/return temperature sensors
Refrigerant lines with insulation, Schrader valve and temperature sensor,
heating circuit connections 28 x 1
Sound and heat insulated, sealed against formation of condensate
Components secured in EPP, plug-in system for fast assembly
"Smart Grid Ready" for integration into smart grids, plus EHPA quality seal
Heating/DHW temperatures can be increased externally, e.g. by smart grid
or PV system
Outdoor module
Version with one EC axial fan for BWL-1S(B)-07
Version with 2 EC axial fans for BWL-1S(B)-10 and BWL-1S(B)-14
o
Variable speed control, energy saving, powerful
Evaporator with protective coating for long service life
Sound-insulated compressor
Inverter compressor for modulating electronic output control
4-way diverter valve for heating and cooling modes combined with
energy-efficient electronic expansion valve
• Flared connections for refrigerant lines
• Refrigerant charge (R410A) for single line lengths up to 12 m
(max. 25 m possible)
• Flexible siting using floor or wall mounting supports
•
•
•
•
•
•
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170
143
75
Flow, DHW 28x1
170
Hose, safety valve DN 25
Flow, heating 28x1
97
Hot gas line 7/8" UNF
50
Liquid line 5/8" UNF
Return, heating / DHW 28x1
167
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132
695
790
7. Dimensions BWL-1S(B)
Indoor module
440
373
344
93
118
50
157
214
258
28
100
Electrical connection
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7. Dimensions BWL-1S(B)
BWL-1S(B)-07 outdoor module
1040
865
340
378
48
253
14
527
260
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7. Dimensions BWL-1S(B)
BWL-1S(B)-10 and BWL-1S(B)-14 outdoor module
340
1255
900
357
50
97
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705
97
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8. Siting the BWL-1S(B)
Split air/water heat pump for
outdoor installation
Installation information:
When selecting the installation site, observe the following points:
- The heat pump must be accessible on all sides. The air intake should preferably be
on a wall.
- The air discharge side must be free from obstruction. Since the air being
discharged is around 8 K below than the ambient temperature, premature ice
formation should be expected. Therefore do not discharge the air directly onto
walls, patios or footpaths. There should be at least 3 m clearance between the heat
pump discharge and walls, patios, footpaths, etc.
- To prevent air short circuits and sound reflection, avoid installing in recesses or
between two walls.
- Installation in a depression is not permitted as the cold air will sink and no air
exchange will take place.
- To avoid causing disturbance, bear in mind the sound levels and distance from
neighbouring properties when selecting a site.
- Bear in mind the prevailing wind direction / prevent air short circuits
- The condensate should drain away into the gravel bed.
- Protect air intake/discharge from leaves and snow.
- Provide thermal insulation for underground pipes.
Do not site the air source heat pump for outdoor installation in an environment that is
polluted with corrosive gases, such as acids, or alkaline gases.
Do not install in a location directly exposed to onshore winds, as this will result in a
risk of corrosion from the saline air, particularly on the evaporator fins. In locations
with strong winds it may be necessary to construct wind protection to divert the
onshore wind.
Strong winds may interfere with evaporator ventilation.
In areas with high snowfall or in very cold places, protective measures must be taken
to ensure that the heat pump operates correctly. Incorporate the outdoor unit into the
lightning protection system.
Do not install the heat pump with the discharge side facing the prevailing wind
direction.
When siting the heat pump in occupied / communal areas, as opposed to a separate
plant room, the minimum room volume in relation to the refrigerant charge weight
must be complied with. In accordance with EN 378-1, the following limit applies to
R410A refrigerant: 0.44 kg/m³ refrigerant per cubic metre room volume.
For refrigerant lines less than 12 m, the refrigerant charge weight provided is
sufficient. For refrigerant lines between 12 m and a maximum of 25 m long, an
additional 0.06 kg/m of R 410A needs to be added; consequently, a larger room
volume is required for the indoor module (see table).
Minimum room volume
Type
16
Refrigerant line < 12 m
Refrigerant line 12 m - 25 m
Charge weight
Room volume
Charge weight
up to
Room volume
BWL-1S(B)-07
2.15 kg
> 4.9 m³
2.93 kg
> 6.7 m³
BWL-1S(B)-10
2.95 kg
> 6.7 m³
3.73 kg
> 8.5 m³
BWL-1S(B)-14
2.95 kg
> 6.7 m³
3.73 kg
> 8.5 m³
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8. Siting the BWL-1S(B)
Transport to the installation site
To prevent damage during transport, the heat pump must remain packaged and on its
wooden pallet while being transported to the final installation site by pallet truck.
Only transport the heat pump by pallet truck while packaged.
Caution, risk of tipping.
To prevent damage to the appliance, the heat pump's outdoor module
must not be tilted more than 45° during transport.
The components, in particular the plastic casings and the pipework for
the refrigerant circuit and heating side, must not be used to transport
the appliance. Only use the grab handles provided when transporting
the heat pump.
Bear in mind the weight of the heat pump.
Please note
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Observe the "Instructions" on the packaging.
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9. Siting the outdoor module
≥ 300
≥ 300
≥ 600
≥ 600
Minimum clearances for the outdoor module
≥ 220
Air intake
≥ 100
≥ 300
a
Fig.: Front view of outdoor module BWL-1S(B)-07
Air discharge
Fig.: Plan view of outdoor module BWL-1S(B)-10/14
Air intake
≥ 100
≥ 300
a
≥ 300
Fig.: Front view of outdoor module BWL-1S(B)-10/14
Air discharge
Fig.: Plan view of outdoor module BWL-1S(B)-07
Air discharge
a ≥ 1000 to obstacles obstructing the air discharge
a ≥ 3000 to footpaths and patios due to the formation of ice, even when outside temperatures are above 0 °C
Clearance between outdoor module and ground
In areas with heavy snowfall, the minimum installation height must be increased or a canopy must be constructed
over the outdoor module.
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10.Siting the indoor module
≥ 150
Minimum clearances for the indoor module
≥ 40
≥ 1000
≥ 800
≥ 40
Fig.: Plan view of indoor module
Fig.: Front view of indoor module
Securing the appliance with the suspension bracket
When installing the appliance, ensure that the fixings have sufficient load-bearing capacity. In addition, take into
account the condition of the wall, otherwise refrigerant and water could escape, resulting in a risk of flooding.
1. Mark the Ø12 holes to be drilled for the suspension bracket, taking into account the minimum clearances.
2. Insert the rawl plugs and fit the suspension bracket using the bolts supplied.
3. Hang the indoor module into the suspension bracket using the mounting stay.
≥ 245
Ceiling
Mounting stay
344
Fig.: Suspension bracket
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Fig.: Rear view of indoor module
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11.Gravel bed and foundation
diagram for the outdoor module
Base for floorstanding installation
Y
D
E
BWL-1S-07 (527)
BWL-1S-10/14 (705)
F
160
> 200
C
> 1000
C
> 200
> 650
A
G
B
60
X
Y
BWL-1S(B)-07
220 mm
75 mm
BWL-1S(B)-10/14
300 mm
155 mm
A Gravel bed as condensate soakaway
B Frost-protection base for foundation (compressed gravel, e.g. 0 – 32/56 mm),
layer thickness in accordance with local conditions and applicable building regulations
C Foundation strip
D KG pipe DN 100 with 2 pipe bends 45° (instead of 1x 90°), for refrigerant lines and electrical cables to
the indoor module, pipe requires sealing on-site (only required if routing the lines below ground level)
EGround
F Footpath or similar
G External wall (final dimensions)
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12.Anchoring the outdoor module and
providing vibration isolation
Tighten the nuts of
the rubber mounts
until approx. 8 mm
of rubber becomes
visible
8 mm
Cast, level plinth of concrete with gravel base providing sufficient
frost protection, cut-out for cable/line entry, see foundation diagram
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Secure in accordance with structural characteristics,
taking into account the appliance weight.
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13.Wall mounting the outdoor module
8 mm
Tighten the nuts of the rubber mounts until
approx. 8 mm of rubber becomes visible
Please note
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Secure in accordance with structural characteristics, taking into account
the appliance weight.
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14.Positioning the wall duct
Wall duct above ground level
Observe minimum distance
from building wall
Insulated wall duct
Please note:
The wall mounting support can only be
used on walls with a high mass per unit
area (> 250 kg/m²). Lightweight walls or
stud walls are not permitted.
X
BWL-1S(B)-07
220 mm
BWL-1S(B)-10/14
300 mm
Pipe clamp with
EPDM insert
Wall duct below ground
Observe minimum distance
from building wall
220 mm
BWL-1S(B)-10/14
300 mm
Watertight, insulated wall duct
BWL-1S(B)-07
Sealing required
X
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15.Routing the refrigerant lines
The outdoor module is pre-filled with refrigerant R410A.
No additional filling is required for lines up to 12 m in length.
Minimum line length Maximum line length Max. height differential
Indoor to outdoor unit
: 3 m
: 25 m
: 15 m
Line lengths between 12 and 25 m must be topped up with an additional 60 g/m
refrigerant R410A.
If the height differential between the indoor and the outdoor units is > 4 m,
both refrigerant lines will require oil riser elbows to prevent oil shortages in the
compressor.
Height differentials
Outdoor module higher than indoor module
Cooling mode
Heating mode
Suction line
(gaseous)
Injection line
(phase mixture)
Oil lift bend
(on site)
Liquid line (liquid)
Hot gas line
(gaseous)
Max. 4 m
Max. 4 m
Indoor module higher than outdoor module
Heating mode
Liquid line (liquid)
Hot gas line
(gaseous)
Max. 4 m
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Cooling
mode
Oil lift bend
(on site)
Injection line
(phase mixture)
Suction line
(gaseous)
Max. 4 m
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16.Connecting the refrigerant lines
to the outdoor module
Connecting the refrigerant line to
the outdoor module
D
C
Shape of flare
Not level
Fig.: Example of a flanging tool
Cracks
Cracks
Uneven
thickness
CORRECT
Only use copper pipes which are approved for refrigerant R410A (for nominal
diameter, see "Specification" chapter).
Suction gas lines and liquid lines must have separate thermal insulation. Closed cell,
diffusion-proof thermal insulation, min. thickness 6 mm
Do not allow any contaminants (e.g. metal swarf or moisture) to enter the
copper pipes.
Remove the union nuts of the outdoor unit from connections C (liquid line) and D
(hot gas line) of the refrigerant lines.
Replace nuts with the union nuts supplied (indoor unit) (5/8 UNF for liquid line,
7/8 UNF for hot gas line).
Flare the pipe ends
Tighten the nuts
Tighten nuts with the following torque:
Line
Euro flanged adaptor connection kit
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Connection to outdoor unit
Torque in Nm
Liquid line Ø 10 mm
5/8 UNF
37 +/- 4
Hot gas line Ø 16 mm
7/8 UNF
70 +/- 7
Alternatively, the refrigerant lines can also be connected using the Euro flanged
adapter connection kit for hard-soldering on refrigerant lines (available from the Wolf
range of accessories).
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17.Connecting the refrigerant
lines to the indoor module
Connecting the refrigerant line to
the indoor module
Hot gas line
Liquid line
Remove the nuts from the liquid line and hot gas line connections of the refrigerant
lines.
Slide the supplied nuts over the copper pipes.
Flare the copper pipes.
The Euro flanged adaptor connection kit, available from the Wolf range of
accessories, can be used as an alternative to flaring.
Please note
Do not allow any contaminants (e.g. metal swarf or moisture) to enter the
copper pipes.
Connect the copper pipes
Tighten nuts with the following torque:
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Line
Connection to indoor unit
Torque in Nm
Liquid line Ø 10 mm
5/8 UNF
37 +/- 4
Hot gas line Ø 16 mm
7/8 UNF
70 +/- 7
Carry out the leak and pressure test using dry nitrogen.
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Please note:
Certificate of competence
The handling of refrigerant and work on the refrigerant circuit must be carried
out by a refrigeration engineer or other suitably qualified person, such as a
heating contractor with a certificate of competence (to para 5, section 3 of the
ChemKlimaschutzV [or local regulations] in conjunction with (EC) Regulation
No. 303/2008 Category I). Applicable standards and regulations and recognised
engineering standards must be observed.
Suitable personal protective equipment must be used when handling refrigerant.
Refrigerant R410A used in WOLF split heat pumps is an air-displacing, non-toxic
gas. Uncontrolled release of refrigerant may result in breathing difficulties and
asphyxiation. Observe the corresponding regulations and guidelines for handling this
refrigerant.
Ensure adequate ventilation in enclosed spaces. Observe the regulations and
guidelines for handling R 410A.
Direct contact with refrigerant can be harmful to skin. Wear protective goggles and
gloves.
Please note
When adding refrigerant or drawing it off from the system, the water carrying
side of the plate heat exchanger in the indoor unit must be flushed with water
or drained completely. Otherwise, the plate heat exchanger may be damaged.
The installed refrigerant lines and all necessary connectors must have suitable
thermal insulation.
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18.Filling the refrigerant lines
Filling the indoor module and
refrigerant lines
Single refrigerant line length < 12 m
The pre-filled quantity of refrigerant in the outdoor module is sufficient for a single line
length of 3 to 12 m.
Single refrigerant line length > 12 m
Line lengths of 12 - 25 m must be topped up with an additional 60 g/m of refrigerant
R410A.
The additional refrigerant can be added after evacuating the refrigerant lines and
before opening the shut-off valves on the outdoor module.
Manometer block
Indoor module
Vacuum gauge with shut-off valve
Vacuum pump
Service valve (Schrader valve)
Hot gas line Ø 16 mm
Liquid gas line Ø 10 mm
Outdoor module
Shut-off valves
On the BWL-1-10/14 the hot gas line is at the top, on the BWL-1-07 at the bottom.
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Checking the refrigerant
circuit for leaks
R 410A is an air-displacing, non-toxic gas. Uncontrolled release of refrigerant may
result in breathing difficulties and asphyxiation.
Check the connections for refrigerant leaks:
- All flared connections on the refrigerant lines between the indoor and outdoor unit.
- All soldered joints and screw connections on the refrigerant lines in the indoor and
outdoor unit.
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20.Connecting the heating / cooling
circuit and the DHW circuit
Observe the following points for
the heating circuit
Connection for the
vent hose
Return, heating / DHW 28 x 1
Flow, heating 28 x 1
Hose, safety valve DN 25
Flow, DHW 28 x 1
Vent
An air vent valve must be installed at the highest point on the system.
Flushing the heating system
The following points must be observed for the heating side:
- To prevent any existing dirt in the heating system from causing malfunctions in the
heat pump, the heating system must be thoroughly cleaned and flushed before the
heat pump is connected. This applies to new systems and in particular when replacing
an appliance.
- The flow and return on the heat pump side must be equipped with shut-off systems
and 2 BDF valves so that the condenser can be flushed when required.
Filling the heating system
Before commissioning, the system must be filled and vented.
- Open the cap on the vent in the indoor module by one revolution.
- Open all heating circuits.
- Slowly fill the entire heating system and boiler while cold via the BDF valve at the
return, up to approx. 2 bar pressure (observe pressure gauge).
- Check the entire system for water leaks.
- Slowly open the expansion vessel.
- Switch on the heat pump.
- Vent the heating circuits completely: Use the contractor level, and under "Relay
test" select the desired pump. Then switch the pump ON for 5 seconds and OFF for
5 seconds, five times in succession.
- When the system pressure drops below 1.5 bar, top up the water.
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circuit and the DHW circuit
Draining the heating system
- Switch off the system (see operating instructions) and allow to cool to at least
40 °C, otherwise there is a risk of scalding
- Safeguard the heating system against accidental reconnection of the power supply
- Open the drain valve (boiler drain & fill valve), for example on the indoor module
- Open the air vent valves on the heating circuits
- Drain off the heating water
Overflow valve
If no separating cylinder is being used, the minimum heating water flow rate can be
ensured by means of an overflow valve.
DHW heating
Do not operate via the buffer cylinder
Circulation pump
An electronically regulated high-efficiency pump is integrated into the indoor module
Hydraulic separating
cylinder (low loss header)
Used when there are several heating circuits
Maximum thermostat (MaxTh)
To protect surface heating systems (e.g. underfloor heating circuits) from excessively
high flow temperatures, temperature limiters or maximum thermostats are required.
The floating contacts of maximum thermostats and, where applicable, dew point monitors,
can be connected in series and connected to the programmable input E1.
When the contact opens, the heat source is switched off.
The following parameters
are critical for the transfer of
the heat pump output to the
heating system:
.
-The heating water flow rate (m ) in m3/h (nominal flow rate)
-The temperature differential between the flow and return (∆t)
- The specific heat content of the water (c)
.
.
QWP = m x c x ∆t (kW)
Pipe dimensions
- The pipe dimensions must be matched to the nominal flow rate.
- Ensure that the system is vented correctly.
- Flush the system.
Dirt trap
To protect the heat pump, a dirt trap must be installed in the heating return.
Installing dirt traps or carrying out any other modifications in the supply line to
the safety valve is not permitted.
Wolf recommends a sludge separator with magnetite separator to protect the
appliance and the high-efficiency pump from dirt / sludge and magnetite.
Dew point monitor (TPW)
A dew point monitor (accessories) is required for surface cooling systems (e.g. underfloor
heating circuit, cooling ceiling). If the cooling circuit serves several rooms with different
relative humidities, several dew point monitors must be installed and connected in series.
The monitors are fitted to the cooling circuit flow in the room to be cooled. Remove the
insulation from this area.
If required, the dew point monitor can be installed directly on the indoor unit. In this
case, the switching point must be reduced slightly, e.g. 90 % rel. humidity instead of
95 % rel. humidity.
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20.Connecting the heating / cooling
circuit and the DHW circuit
DHW cylinders
- The DHW cylinder must be equipped with an internal indirect coil suitable for the
heating output of the heat pump.
- The internal indirect coil should have a surface area of at least 0.25m² per kW of
heating output.
- The pipework must be sufficiently large (> DN 25).
Buffer cylinder
Since variable flow rates can arise on the heat draw-off side depending on the load,
the minimum flow rate must be ensured to enable fault-free heat pump operation.
This is usually achieved by installing a separating buffer cylinder or a low loss header.
A buffer cylinder is essential for all systems with radiators, individual room
temperature control (thermostatic valves), multiple heat generators or heating
circuits.
For air/water heat pumps with output-dependent control in connection with 100 %
underfloor heating, there is no need to use a buffer cylinder, provided the following
condition is met:
1 (or more) lines of the heating system (e.g. bathroom) is permanently and fully open
(requires the written consent of the operator). For this, the minimum flow rate must be
verified by means of a pressure drop calculation.
If necessary, one (or more) heated heating circuits(s) can be specifically opened fully
via output A1 during defrost mode.
The valve opening time must be < 20 sec.
Recommended buffer
cylinder sizing for the
BWL-1S(B)
Size calculation for air/water heat pumps:
Approx. 10 litres/kW heating output (for A2/W35)
Air/water
heat pump
BWL-1S(B)-07
BWL-1S(B)-10
BWL-1S(B)-14
SPU-1-200
SPU-1-200
SPU-1-200
Buffer cylinder
A buffer cylinder for optimising compressor runtime is not required, thanks to
the inverter technology; therefore smaller buffer cylinders are sufficient.
Recommended sizing for
diaphragm expansion vessel
(DEV)
Approximate pipework
calculation for heating water
flow rates and Cu pipes without
bends (observe residual head of
pump).
Air heat pump
Expansion vessel
size
25 litres
35 litres
50 litres
80 litres
100 litres
140 litres
200 litres
Water content
heating system
235 litres
320 litres
470 litres
750 litres
850 litres
1210 litres
1600 litres
Expansion vessel
pre-charge pressure
1.5 bar
1.5 bar
1.5 bar
1.5 bar
1.5 bar
1.5 bar
1.5 bar
In order to ensure that the heat pump operates reliably and efficiently, it is essential
that the flow rates specified in the technical data for the heating circuit can be
guaranteed. The following table lists the required minimum cross-sections for the
pipework on the heating circuit side. On systems with a separating cylinder or low
loss header, these cross-sections must, as a minimum, be observed up to the
separating cylinder (e.g. incl. the BSP/BSH) or the low loss header.
Nominal water flow rate Minimum cross-section,
heating circuit pipework
Pressure loss
per metre
Flow velocity
BWL-1S(B)-07
19.7 l/min
Pipe Ø 35x1.5 /
28x1.5
0.75 mbar/m /
2.4 mbar/m
0.41 m/s /
0.67 m/s
BWL-1S(B)-10 400V
28.8 l/min
Pipe Ø 35x1.5
1.5 mbar/m
0.60 m/s
BWL-1S(B)-14 400V
34.1 l/min
Pipe Ø 35x1.5
2.0 mbar/m
0.71 m/s
BWL-1S(B)-10 230 V
31,8 l/min
Pipe Ø 35x1.5
1,7 mbar/m
0,66 m/s
BWL-1S(B)-14 230 V
40,4 l/min
Pipe Ø 35x1.5
2,6 mbar/m
0,84 m/s
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Split heating centre
with CEW-2-200
The CEW-2-200 can be installed in combination with the BWL-1S-07/10/14 or
BWL-1SB-07/10/14 as a stacked heating centre.
Split heating centre with CEW-2-200
Height of indoor module
Height of CEW-2-200
Overall height
Overall height with 25 l expansion vessel (DEV)
(accessory - on back of indoor unit)
Width
Depth
A mm
B mm
C mm
D mm
790
1290
2080
2160
E mm
mm
650
685
Further information can be found in the instructions for the CEW-2-200 and the
CEW-2-200 connection set.
Minimum clearances
for split heating centre
with CEW-2-200
≥ 300
≥ 500
≥ 800
≥ 2100 (2200*)
Overall height with DEV *
Service clearances
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22.Power supply /
General information
General information,
electrical connection
The installation may only be carried out by an approved electrical
contractor. Observe VDE regulations and all local regulations of your
power supply utility company.
An omnipolar isolator with at least 3 mm contact separation must be
integrated in the power cable upstream of the appliance.
The use of a type B AC/DC-sensitive RCD is recommended, as only
this type is suitable for DC residual currents.
Type A RCDs are not suitable.
Do not route sensor leads alongside 230 V or 400 V cables.
Danger due to live electrical components.
Please note: Turn off the ON/OFF switch before removing the casing.
Never touch electrical components or contacts when the ON/OFF
switch is in the ON position. This carries a risk of electrocution that
could result in injury or death.
The terminals are live even when the ON/OFF switch is in the OFF
position.
During servicing and installation work, isolate the entire system
from the power supply at all poles, otherwise there will be a risk of
electrocution.
Before connecting the appliance to the power supply, ensure that all
electrical covers and protective devices are fully installed.
Front panel with integral
ON/OFF switch
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Mains feed / connection
Indoor module (IDU)
*
230 V/50 Hz control
230 V/50 Hz electric heating
or
400 V/50 Hz electric heating
3
*
3
*
5
AWO BUS
2
On-site
connections
4
PSU, PV / Smart grid
Outdoor module (ODU)
Indoor module
BWL-1S(B)-07
230 V/50 HZ outdoor module
*
*
230 V/50 Hz control
Outdoor module
BWL-1S(B)-07
3
3
AWO BUS
230 V/50 Hz electric heating
or
400 V/50 Hz electric heating
*
3
*
5
2
On-site
connections
4
PSU, PV / Smart grid
Indoor module
BWL-1S(B)-10
400 V/50 HZ outdoor
module
230 V/50 HZ outdoor
module
*
5
*
3
*
230 V/50 Hz control
230 V/50 Hz electric heating
or
400 V/50 Hz electric heating
Outdoor module
BWL-1S(B)-10 / 230 V
3
*
3
*
5
AWO BUS
2
On-site
connections
4
PSU, PV / Smart grid
Indoor module
BWL-1S(B)-14
400 V/50 HZ outdoor
module
*
5
*
3
230 V/50 HZ outdoor
module
* See "Specification" for fuse protection values
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BWL-1S(B)-10 / 400 V
Outdoor module
BWL-1S(B)-14 / 400 V
Outdoor module
BWL-1S(B)-14 / 230 V
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24.Power supply to the outdoor module
BWL-1S(B)-07
Opening the casing
BWL-1S(B)-10
BWL-1S(B)-14
Connecting the outdoor module
* See "Specification" for fuse protection values
BWL-1S(B)-07/230 V
In terms of safe installation, the AWO BUS
connection (43 V / 12 V) is not low voltage and
must be routed together with the 230 V/400 V
cable.
AWO BUS
43 V (3x1.5 mm2
screened, recommended)
15 16
Do not interchange wires L and N on the mains
connection. If wires L and N of the mains
connection are interchanged, the AWO BUS may
carry mains voltage, leading to appliance damage.
3
*
Only one BUS connection may be connected.
Indoor module
terminal strip X1
The wires of the AWO BUS connection between
the indoor and outdoor module must not be
interchanged.
Mains
BWL-1S(B)-10/400 V
BWL-1S(B)-14/400 V
BWL-1S(B)-10/230 V
BWL-1S(B)-14/230 V
AWO BUS
12 V (3x1.5 mm2
screened,
recommended)
13 14
Indoor module
terminal strip X1
3
13 14
*
Indoor module
terminal strip X1
Mains
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AWO BUS
12 V (3x1.5 mm2
screened,
recommended)
5
*
Mains
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Opening / unhooking indoor
module casing
Opening the control unit cover
Cable entry/
fuse replacement
Terminal strip X1
Cable entry
Contactor for electric heating
Fuse F1
HCM-3 control PCB
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AWO communication PCB
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25.Power supply to the indoor module
25.1 Electric heater connection
X1
N1
L1
L2
L3
PE
Output 3WUV
heating / DHW
5
*
5
3
*
*
9 11 13 15
AWO BUS
10 12 14 16
PSU, PV /
Smart grid
* See "Specification" for fuse protection values
6/9 kW
4/6 kW
GTS (appliance type
connector)
2/3 kW
On the BWL-1S with integral 3-phase electric heating, the heater connection can be either single-phase, 2-phase or 3-phase
. Depending on demand, the control unit activates the electric heating via a contactor.
6 kW heating element connection:
L1, N, PE
=
2 kW
L1, L2, N, PE
=
4 kW
L1, L2, L3, N, PE = 6 kW
Note:
9 kW heating element connection (optional):
L1, N, PE
=
3 kW
L1, L2, N, PE
=
6 kW
L1, L2, L3, N, PE
=
9 kW
Depending on the connected heating output of the electric heating, parameter WP094
(electric heating type) must be adjusted (factory setting WP094 = 6 kW).
25.2 PSU / PV / Smart grid / BUS cable connection
X1
Electric heater
feed
Smart
grid
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9
SG-0
10
PV* raising
GND
11
SG-1
12
BWL-1S(B)
10/14
C2
13
C1
14
BWL-1S(B)
07
C (COM)
15
Ni
16
Output 3WUV
heating / DHW
PSU, PV /
Smart grid
9 11 13 15
*floating
GND
10 12 14 16
AWO
BUS
PowerOFF*
AWO-BUS
(3x1.5 mm2
screened,
recommended)
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25.2.1 Power-OFF
The PSU can temporarily block the compressor or the electric heating by means of an external switch command (floating contact).
The system's frost protection and operation of the heating circuit pump continue.
Terminals X1 - 9 and 10 open  Power-OFF active
Terminals X1 - 9 and 10 bridged  Power-OFF inactive
Note: If the power supply is without power-OFF, insert a bridge.
25.2.2 PV (photovoltaics) temperature raising
The set temperatures for heating and/or DHW can be raised via an external switch command (floating contacts). The minimum
duration of temperature raising is 5 minutes, so that fluctuations in PV output (contact drops briefly) do not cause the heat pump
to switch off.
Terminals X1 - 11 and 12 open  PV raising inactive
Terminals X1 - 11 and 12 bridged  PV raising active
Parameter settings:
Smart Grid  OFF
Ext. raising htg  0-20 °C
Ext. raising DHW  0-20 °C
WP025
WP026
WP027
Note: PV temperature raising is not possible during power-OFF.
25.2.3 Smart grid
The Smart Grid Ready functionality enables the PSU to optimally adjust grid capacity use through intelligent control of consumers.
By means of an external switch command (via floating contacts SG-0-/SG-1) of the PSU, the set temperatures for heating and/or
DHW can be raised, or the compressor and electric heating can be blocked or activated respectively. For this, two digital inputs
are connected as follows:
Terminals X1 9 and 10 (SG-0)
Terminals X1 11 and 12 (SG-1)
Function
open
open
open
closed
Heat pump standard mode
Start recommendation - temperature raising
closed
open
External deactivation (see also power-OFF)
closed
closed
Start command - temperature raising
Parameter settings:
WP025
WP026
WP027
WP028
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Ext. raising htg  0-20 °C
Ext. raising DHW  0-20 °C
External activation  Off / HP / HP+el htg
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25.Power supply to the indoor module
25.3 HCM-3 control PCB connection
Fig: HCM-3 control PCB
≤ 24 V
eBus 1(+), 2(-) Wolf control accessories
T_DHW (5kNTC cylinder sensor)
T_outside (5kNTC outside temperature sensor)
E2/SAF (5kNTC header sensor SAF;
alternatively 0-10V- switching by e.g. BMS)
E1 (programmable input)
230 VAC
* A1 (programmable output 230VAC)
* 3WUV / heating/cooling
(output for three-way diverter valve for heating/cooling mode)
* HCP (Switching of heating circuit pump for one direct heating
circuit, note: Only possible with certain configurations)
* Z1 (230V output when ON/OFF switch is ON)
Control unit power supply
* Max. 1.5 A / 345 VA per output, sum of all outputs no more than
600 VA
Please note
Please note
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Only one external voltage of max. 10 V may
be connected to input E2/SAF, otherwise the
control PCB will be destroyed. 1(a) = 10 V,
2(b) = GND
When installing the appliance in places
where there is a risk of high electromagnetic
interference, it is advisable to fit shielded
sensor and eBUS cables. The cable shield
should be connected at one end to the PE
potential in the control unit.
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230 V mains connection
The control and safety equipment is fully wired and tested.
You only need to connect the power supply and the external
accessories.
Create a permanent connection for the power supply.
Provide the power supply via a mains isolator (e.g. heating
system emergency stop switch) that ensures at least 3 mm
contact separation for all poles.
No other consumers may be connected to the connection
cable. In rooms with a bathtub or shower, the appliance may
only be connected via an RCD.
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Fig: Mains connection
The mains supply to the indoor module must be without powerOFF facility and switchable tariffs.
Note:
During power-OFF, it is not possible to operate the compressor
with power generated on site (PV temperature raising).
Installation information / Electrical connection
- Isolate the system from the power supply before opening.
- Remove front casing.
- Open the control unit cover.
- Check that the appliance is isolated from the power supply.
- Push the cable through the cable entry.
- Pull off Rast5 plug.
- Terminate the appropriate cores at the Rast5 plug.
Connection, output Z1 (230 V AC; max. 1.5 A) *
Push connecting cable through cable entry. Connect the
.
connecting cable to terminals L1, N and
* Max. 1.5 A / 345 VA per output, sum of all outputs no more
than 600 VA
3
Fig: Output Z1 connection
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25.Power supply to the indoor module
Connection, HCP (230 V AC; max. 1.5 A) *
Push connecting cable through cable entry.
Connect the connecting cable to terminals L1, N and
.
* Max. 1.5 A / 345 VA per output, sum of all outputs no more
than 600 VA
3
Fig: HCP connection
Connection, 3WUV heating / cooling
(230 V AC; max.1.5A) *
Push connecting cable through cable entry.
Connect the connecting cable to terminals L1, N and
.
* Max. 1.5 A / 345 VA per output, sum of all outputs no more
than 600 VA
3
Fig: 3WUV connection
Connection, output A1 (230 V AC; max. 1.5 A) *
Push connecting cable through cable entry.
Connect the connecting cable to terminals L1, N and
.
* Max. 1.5 A / 345 VA per output, sum of all outputs no more
than 600 VA
3
Fig: Output A1 connection
Changing the fuse
M4A
T4A
Netz
L1
HCM-2
5x20
Z1
L1
N
Fuse
ZHP
L1 N
LP
L1 N
A1
L1
N
Isolate the heat pump from the power supply prior to changing
a fuse.
The ON/OFF switch on the appliance does not provide
separation from the power supply.
The fuse is located under the top casing cover of the control
unit (HCM-3).
N
Danger due to live electrical components. Never touch
electrical components or contacts if the heating appliance has
not been isolated from the power supply. Risk to life!
Fig: Changing the fuse
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Low voltage appliance connections
Connection, input E1
Push connecting cable through cable entry.
Connect the connection cable for input E1 to terminals E1.
Please note
No external voltage may be connected to
input E1, as this could destroy the component.
2
Fig: Input E1 connection
Connection, input E2 / SAF
Push connecting cable through cable entry.
Connect the connection cable for input E2/SAF to terminals
E2/SAF.
Please note
No external voltage may be connected to
input E2/SAF, as this could destroy the
component.
(5kNTC header sensor SAF; alternatively 0-10 V)
2
Fig: Input E2 connection
Connection, outside temperature sensor
The outside sensor can be connected to the terminal strip of
the heat pump at connection AF, or to the terminal strip of the
control accessories.
Please note
No external voltage may be connected to
input AF, as this could destroy the component.
2
Fig: Connection, outside temperature sensor
Connection, cylinder sensor
Push connecting cable through cable entry.
Connect the connection cable for cylinder sensor (SF) to the
SF terminals as shown in the wiring diagram.
Please note
No external voltage may be connected to
input SF, as this could destroy the component.
2
Fig: Cylinder sensor (SF) connection
Connection, digital Wolf control accessories
(e.g. BM-2, MM, KM, SM1, SM2)
Only connect control units from the Wolf accessory range.
Each accessory is supplied with its own connection diagram.
Use a two-core cable (cross-section > 0.5 mm²) as the
connecting cable between the control unit accessory and the
BWL-1S (1 is + and 2 is -).
Please note
When installing the appliance in places
where there is a risk of high electromagnetic
interference, it is advisable to fit shielded
sensor and eBUS cables. The cable shield
should be connected at one end to the PE
potential in the control unit.
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Fig: Connection, digital Wolf control accessories (eBUS interface)
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Electric
Elektroheater
Heizstab
7 8
9
X1
11 13 15
N1 N2 N3 L1 L2 L3 PE N L PE
10
wBus
eBus
+5V
+3V3
GND
+23V
Heating/cooling
E1 E2/SAF
E2 AF SAF eBUS
a b a b 1 2 1 2 + -
16
X2:1
X30
1
2
8
Power
switch
Netzschalter
N’
Frontpanel
ge
gn
gr
bl
br
vio
sw
rt
rt
sw
vio
br
bl
gr
gn
ge
9
X33
S1
X34
eBus
1
X31:
6
br
sw
rt
or
bl
br
sw
br
gn
ge
sw
bl
vio
or
br
rt
Return temperature sensor
Rücklauftemperaturfühler
T_return
Heating circuit flow rate
Heizkreisdurchfluss
DFL HC
Heating circuit pressure
Heizkreisdrucksensor
sensor HC pressure
Flow temperature sensor
Vorlauftemperaturfühler
T_boiler
br: 230V
bl: N
ge/gn: PE
sw
br
or
rt
LAN
4
S1
ISM7i
(optional)
X1:1 WLAN
ZHP speed
PWM Drehzahl Heizkreispumpe
P
AWO:
X_A1
WOLF
Output
ZHP
supply
Versorgung
ZHP
Contaxt
PCB AM/BM
Kontaktplatine
Reset
9
X32
10
2
sw
gn
ge
sw
br
gn
ge
or
vio
bl
br
sw
br
bl
rt
br
or
rt
or
br
rt
br
sw
bl
br
1
+5V
DFL-HK
GND
Para.
GND
SG-1
GND
GND
VLF
GND
SG-0,EVU
+12V
GND
DHK
+5V
GND
RLF
HKP PWM
GND
wBus
GND
AWOCOM Tx
AWOCOM Rx
1
Appliance
earth
Geräteerdung
N’
gn
L1’
L´
L1’
X9:1
FE
N
230V FA
1
N´ ge
HCM-3
6
X5:1
VIS RX
VIS TX
wBus
GND
eBus
+3V3
CLR
+23V
br L
ws N
4
X10:1
5
CCRX
AF
GND
SF
GND
EBus
GND
N’
CCTX
N.C.
wBus
VISRX
E2
GND
br
X8:8
Output
3WUV
3WV heizen
heating/
intern DHW
internal
1 2 3 4 5 6
WOLF
3
AWO:
X_A2
X11:1
VISTX
X1:1
br: 230V
bl: N
ge/gn: PE
X2
A1
Param
1
4
L1
GTS
2
3WV
L1 N
br
rt
or
sw
br
sw
L1
HKP
L1 N
+3V3
Z1
COM, Ni
L1 L2 L3 N1 N2 N3 PE
Control feed
SG_0,
EVU
SG_0,
PSU
SG_1,
SG_1
C2,
C1C1
C2,
COM, Ni
L1
eBus
2
X3:1
1
GND
N
Anst. E-Heizung
L1-ZHP
E1
GND
bl
N’
X7:
13
or
rt
ge
gn
bl
br
AWO:
X_A3
NO
8
Output,
3WV heating/
heizen
3WUV
extern
DHW external
br
X6:1
Heizstab
Supply,
electric
heating
Elektro-
bl
NC
br
sw
PE
Netz
L1
N
gn/ge
X4:1
N
br ge gn
25.4 Wiring diagram, HCM-3
control PCB, indoor module
N
ws
25.Power supply to the indoor module
9
6 14 A2
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
K1
5 13 A1
10 12 14 16
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condenser pressure
AWO T_boiler
T_condenser
(AWO refrigerant temperature sensor)
AWO pressure sensor
25.Power supply to the indoor module
Wiring diagram, AWO communication PCB, indoor module
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26.Display module / programming unit
installation
An AM display module is required for operating the split air/water heat pump. A BM-2 programming unit
can also be connected via eBus for other operating and display functions.
AM
BM-2
Status
Heating appliance
Operating mode
HTG
Heating mode
1x
Operation
HP status
1.5 bar
25.2 °C
ON
Pressure
Boiler temperature
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The AM serves as a display and programming unit for the
split air/water heat pump. Parameters and values specific
to the split air/water heat pump can be programmed and
displayed.
Specification:
• LCD screen 3"
• 4 quick start keys
• 1 rotary selector with push-button function
Please note:
• Use when BM2 is used as a remote control or
in a cascade circuit
• AM is always in the heating appliance
The BM-2 (programming unit) communicates with the split
air/water heat pump and all connected extension modules
via eBus.
Specification:
• Colour display 3.5", 4 function buttons, 1 rotary selector
with push-button function
• Micro SD card slot for software update
• Central programming unit with weather-compensated
flow temperature control
• Time program for heating, DHW and DHW circulation
Plug the AM display module into the slot above the ON/OFF switch (Wolf logo).
1
2
3
Switch on power supply / MCB
and switch ON/OFF switch to ON.
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Note:
Other functions and descriptions can be found in the installation
instructions for contractors or the user operating instructions for the
BM-2 programming unit.
BM-2 overview
Operating mode
Quick start keys
BM-2 status display
HP status
Key 1
Key 2
Page heading
Heating appliance
HTG
1x
25.2 °C
Key 3
Rotary
selector with
pushbutton
function
Operation
1.5 bar
Pressure
Boiler temperature
Key 4
14:12
Display of system
data (content varies)
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Date
Time
eBUS connection available
eBUS connection not available
(in this view - no function)
Key 1
Key 2
Key 3
Key 4
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1x DHW heating
(in this view - no function)
Home key
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28.AM display module
AM overview
Note:
Other functions and descriptions can be found in the installation
instructions for contractors or the user operating instructions for
the AM display module.
Page heading
Quick start keys
Key 1
Heating appliance
Boiler temperature
Key 2
38.0 °C
Rotary selector with
pushbutton function
System pressure
Key 3
1.5 bar
Key 4
Function displays
Compressor ON
Heating appliance pump ON
Heating appliance in heating mode
Heating appliance on standby
Heating appliance in DHW mode
A1
Programmable output ON
Heating appliance in a fault state
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29.1 Programming the quick start keys
Press the quick start key you wish to program, turn the rotary selector to indicate the desired
set temperature, then press the rotary selector to confirm.
1
Key 1
2
Key 2
3
Key 3
4
Key 4
1
Press
Set temperature, heating
(if BM-2 as remote control - no function)
Set temperature, DHW
(if BM-2 as remote control - no function)
Display data for external unit
Acknowledge fault / End / Back
Heating appliance
set temperature
Off / 20 °C - 90 °C
Set HTG t
50.0
°C
Turn
Range:
20 °C....90 °C
Press
2
DHW set temperature
Press
Off / 20 °C - 65 °C
Set DHW t
55.0
°C
Turn
Range:
Off
20 °C....65 °C
3
Display data for external unit
Press
(display only)
Acknowledge fault / ack
4
Press
External unit
Mod. level
55 %
Comp. freq.
85 Hz
Fan speed
745 rpm
Heating output
4.1 kW
El. output
1.8 kW
Press
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29.2 Heating appliance / status / message
Heating appliance
Flow temperature
Turn
System pressure
Heating appliance
Boiler temperature
38.0 °C
System pressure
1.5 bar
Status
Operating mode
Turn
HP status
Status
Operating mode
Standby
HP status
Standby
Notification
Fault
Turn
Fault since
Notification
T_boiler
Dur.
12
20 min
Numberfr.
1
50
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29.2.1 Heat pump operating mode
Display shows
Meaning
ODU test
Outdoor unit test
Test
Relay test active (IDU)
Antifreeze HC
Heat pump frost protection function, heating circuit temperature below
frost protection limit (T_boiler, T_return, T_header)
Antifreeze DHW
Heat pump frost protection function, DHW cylinder temperature below
frost protection limit
DFL low
Blocking of heat pump / electric heating until the flow rate is back within
valid limits
Defrost mode
Defrost function of ODU
Antilegion.
Heating of DHW cylinder to 65 °C
DHW mode
DHW heating with cylinder, cylinder sensor temperature is below the
set value
DHW run-on
Heat source switched off, ZHP runs on
Heating mode
At least one heating circuit is demanding heat
Heating run-on
Heat source switched off, ZHP runs on
Active cooling
Cooling mode active
Cascade
Cascade module in system active
BMS
Heat pump is controlled by the building management system
Standby
No heating or DHW demand
Pump down
Refrigerant circuit drain function
29.2.2 Heat pump status
Display shows
Meaning
Fault
There is a fault in the heat pump
Disabled
Heat pump has been disabled via parameters
Standby
No demand
Pre-flush
Sensors are brought to the same temperature level without heat source.
Flow sensor is exposed to flow.
ON
Heat pump in control mode
Defrost mode
Heat pump in defrost mode
Post-flush
ZHP runs on without a heat source
Blocking time
A blocking time is present for the heat pump
Power-OFF
The heat pump is blocked by the power supply utility / via PSU contact
OT shutdown
Operation of heat pump no longer appropriate, outside temperature shutdown
FL/RT > max.
Heat pump can no longer meet the heat demand, application limit reached
Active cooling
Heat pump in cooling mode
Spply air<min
Supply air temperature is below the minimum level
TPW / Max. Th
Dew point monitor or maximum thermostat has responded
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29.3 Displays (system data)
Main menu
back
Displays
Default settings
Contractor
back
Displays
back
T_boiler
T_Boiler set
HC pressure
T_outside
T_return
T_DHW
Displays
T_outside
14.4 °C
-----------------------T_return
22.4 °C
T_header
Input E1
Fan speed
ZHP speed
AWO T_boiler
HC flow rate
Power consumption
Heating output
Cooling capacity
Compressor freq.
T_evaporator
T_condenser
T_hot gas
T_supply air
HCM-3 firmware
Elec htg status
Add. ht gen status
Htg energy amount
Clg energy amount
DHW energy amount
back
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29.4 Default settings / Setting options
Main menu
back
Displays
Default settings
Contractor
back
Default settings
back
Language
Key lock
DHW operating mode
DHW quick heat-up
Energy saving mode
Default set.
← back
Language
Key lock
DHW op mode
← back
Active cooling
back
A list of all default settings can be found below.
29.4.1 In the Language submenu, 26 different languages can be selected
German, English, French, Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Czech, Polish, Slovakian, Hungarian, Russian, Greek, Turkish,
Bulgarian, Croatian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Romanian, Swedish, Serbian, Slovenian, Danish, Estonian, Finnish, Norwegian
Main menu
Main menu
← back
Displays
Default settings
Contractor
← back
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Default set.
← back
Language
Key lock
DHW op mode
← back
Menu item
Default set.
ENGLISH
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29.4.2 In the Key lock submenu, the key lock can be switched On or Off
The key lock prevents unintentional adjustment of the heating system (e.g. by children or when cleaning).
When the key lock is switched on, it is automatically activated for the rotary selector with push-button function one minute after
the last setting.
On
Off
=
=
Key lock switched on
Key lock switched off
ff To temporarily override the key lock, press and hold the right rotary selector for approx. 10 seconds.
Main menu
Main menu
← back
Displays
Default settings
Contractor
← back
Submenu
Default set.
← back
Language
Key lock
DHW op mode
← back
Menu item
Key lock
On
Keys
locked!
To enable, hold
down key
29.4.3 DHW operating mode
Setting range: ECO / Comfort
Factory setting: ECO
Comfort setting:
In the Comfort setting, the heat pump tries to reach the set DHW temperature.
After the delay period (WP013/WP023) has elapsed, the electric heating / additional heat source is activated.
When the compressor's application limit is reached (FL/RT > max.), the electric heating/additional heat generator continues the
heating process until the set DHW temperature is achieved.
If the maximum cylinder heating time is exceeded, DHW mode is interrupted for the duration of the set maximum cylinder heating
time (WP022).
ECO setting:
In the ECO setting, the heat pump tries to reach the selected set DHW temperature or set minimum DHW temperature.
After the delay period (WP013/WP023) has elapsed, the electric heating / additional heat source is activated.
When the compressor's application limit is reached (FL/RT > max.), the electric heating / additional heat generator continues the
heating process until the set minimum DHW temperature is achieved.
If the maximum cylinder heating time is exceeded, DHW mode is terminated, provided the set minimum DHW temperature has
already been achieved.
Otherwise DHW mode is interrupted for the duration of the set maximum cylinder heating time (WP022).
Main menu
Main menu
← back
Displays
Default settings
Contractor
← back
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Submenu
Default set.
← back
Language
Key lock
DHW op mode
← back
Menu item
DHW op mode
Comfort
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29.4.4 DHW quick heat-up
Setting range: Off, On
Factory setting: Off
If this parameter is set, the DHW temperature is controlled once to the set value using all available heat sources. The parameter
is then automatically reset.
Main menu
Submenu
Main menu
Menu item
Default set.
← back
Displays
Default settings
Contractor
← back
DHW quick heat-up
← back
Key lock
DHW op mode
DHW quick heat-up
← back
ON
29.4.5 Energy saving mode
No function
29.4.6 Active cooling
Setting range: Off, On
Factory setting: Off
Enables the user to activate/deactivate active cooling.
This requires that the system is configured with active cooling and that active cooling is enabled via contractor parameter
WP058 (factory setting: Off).
During active cooling, the cooling capacity of the heat pump is transferred to the heating system.
Main menu
Submenu
Main menu
Menu item
Default set.
← back
Displays
Default settings
Contractor
← back
Active cooling
← back
DHW quick heat-up
Energy saving mode
Active cooling
← back
On
Cooling
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Yes
WP058
ON
Yes
Outside temp.
>
WP053
No
No
No
No
Cooling deactivated
Yes
BM-2/AM
Default setting
Act. cooling
On
Yes
Cooling active
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29.5 heating contractor (menu structure)
Main menu
back
Displays
Default settings
Contractor
back
Contractor
Contractor code
1111
System
Relay test
back
back
back
A10
Enabling
parallel mode
Off / On
ZHP
On / Off
back
3way div vlv htg/DHW
On / Off
Relay test
System
Parameter
HCP
On / Off
3way div vlv htg/clg
On / Off
Parameter reset
Special
A1
On / Off
IDU service
ODU service
Elec. heating
On / Off
Fault history
back
Delete fault hist.
Acknowledge fault
back
Parameter
Special
back
back
WP001
Sensor calibration
●
●
●
back
WP121
M
o
level
Comp. freq.
Fan speed
T_evap.xxx.x
T_hot gasxxx.x
T condens.
T air intake
d
56
.
xxx
%
xxx
Hz
xxxxx U/m
°C
°C
xxx.x
°C
xxx.x
°C
Outdoor module process
values (display only)
back
IDU service
ODU service
T_flow
xxx.x
T_returnxxx.x
T_outside
xxx.x
T_headerxxx.x
T_DHW
xxx.x
xxx.x
ZHP speed xxx
Flow ratexxx.x
HC pressure
°C
°C
°C
°C
°C
bar
%
l/m
(see "Overview of contractor parameters")
Indoor module process
values (display only)
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Password for contractor level
(AM display module)
Main menu
Main menu
← back
Displays
Default settings
Contractor
← back
To access the contractor level, enter the password 1111 with the rotary selector to
obtain authorisation.
After authorisation, open the "Contractor" menu item.
Code entry
Password
Authorisation
required!
----
Password
Authorisation
required!
0---
Password
Authorisation
required!
1---
Password
Contractor
Authorisation
required!
Authorisation
required!
10- -
1111
Contractor
← back
Relay test
System
Parameter
Parameter reset
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31. Contractor level overview
The contractor level serves to set system-specific parameters
ff Test
31.1Relay test
31.3Parameters
31.5Special
31.7 ODU service
31.9 Deleting the fault history
31.1 Relay test
31.2System
31.4Parameter reset
31.6IDU service
31.8 Fault history
31.10 Acknowledging faults
Under the menu item Contractor, turn and press the controller to access the "Relay
test" submenu. Here, the contractor can test the individual relays.
Main menu
Submenu
Menu item
Contractor
Chapter
Password for contractor level
← back
Relay test
System
Parameter
Parameter reset
Relay test
← back
ZHP
HCP
3way div vlv htg/DHW
3way div vlv htg/clg
A1
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Relay test
← back
ZHP
HCP
3way div vlv htg/DHW
3way div vlv htg/clg
A1
Display
Meaning
ZHP
Feed/heating circuit pump
HCP
Heating circuit pump
3way div vlv htg/DHW
Three-way diverter valve heating / DHW
3way div vlv htg/clg
Three-way diverter valve heating / cooling
A1
Programmable output A1
Elec. heating
Electric heater
31.2 System
Main menu
Under the System menu item
Submenu
Contractor
Chapter
Password for contractor level
ON
Off
Off
Off
Off
← back
Relay test
System
Parameter
Parameter reset
Menu item
System
← back
A10
Off
← back
System
← back
A10
ON
← back
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31.3 Parameters
Under the menu item Contractor, turn and press the controller to access the
"Parameters" submenu. Here, the contractor can change the system's factory
settings.
Incorrect settings may result in malfunctions and damage to the system.
Also observe the information / settings in the installation instructions "AM display
module for the contractor".
If a parameter is not available, it will not be shown on the display.
Main menu
Submenu
Menu item
Contractor
Chapter
Password for contractor level
← back
Relay test
System
Parameter
Parameter reset
Parameter
WP001
WP002
WP003
01
none
none
System configuration
WP001
01
Parameter
WP001
WP002
WP003
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31.3.1 Overview of contractor parameters for split heat pump:
Contractor
parameter
System
WP001
Meaning
System configuration
WP002
Function input 1 (E1)
WP003
Function output 1 (A1)*
Heating HTG
WP010
Set spread / offset
WP011
Heating hysteresis
WP012
ZHP run-on
Delay for heating by add. ht generator, heating
WP013
WP014
HCP run-on
WP015
HC pump rate, maximum
WP016
Enabling spread control
WP017
Max. boiler temp. HTG TV-max
WP018
Min. boiler temp. BWT-min
Domestic hot water DHW
WP020
Cylinder hysteresis
WP021
Enable max. cylinder heating time
WP022
Max. cylinder heating time
Delay for heating by add. ht generator, DHW
WP023
WP024
Minimum DHW temperature
Smart grid
WP025
Smart grid
Setting range
Factory setting Individual setting
01, 02, 05, 11, 12, 14,
15, 33, 34, 51, 52
01
none
RT
DHW
RT/DHW
Zirkomat
TPW / Max Th
none
none
Timer20
Timer50
Timer100
Alarm
Zirkomat
Defrost
Add ht gn
Compressor ON
none
0.0 ... 10.0 °C
0.5 ... 3.0 °C
0 min ... 30 min
1 min ... 180 min
0 min ... 30 min
70 % ... 100 %
Off, On
40.0 ... 70.0 °C
10.0 ... 40.0 °C
5.0 °C
2.0 °C
1 min
60 min
5 min
100 %
On
55 °C
20 °C
1.0 ... 10.0 °C
Off, On
30 min ... 240 min
1 min ... 180 min
10.0 °C ... 55.0 °C
2.0 °C
ON
120 min
60 min
45.0 °C
Off, On
Off
WP026
External raising, HTG
0.0 - 20.0 °C
0.0 °C
WP027
External raising, DHW
0.0 - 20.0 °C
0.0 °C
WP028
External activation
Off, heat pump, heat
pump and electric
heating
WP031
BUS address
Active cooling
WP053
Outside temp. enable cooling
1, 2, 3, 4, 5
15.0 … 40.0 °C
Off
1
25.0 °C
WP054
Min. flow temp. for cooling
5.0 … 25.0 °C
20.0 °C
WP055
Offset set flow temp, cooling
5.0 … 20.0 °C
15.0 °C
WP058
Enable active cooling
Off, On
Off
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Contractor Meaning
parameter
Compressor
WP080
BWL-1S(B)-07 dual mode point,
compressor
WP080
BWL-1S(B)-10/14 dual mode point, compressor
Electric heater, add. ht. gen.
WP090
Enable electric heating for heating mode
WP091
Dual mode point, electric heating
WP092
Power-OFF for electric heating
WP093
Temporary deactivation of WP091
WP094
Type of electric heating
WP101
Other
WP121
Dual mode point, add. ht. gen.
Max. compressor starts per hour
Setting range
Factory setting Individual setting
-20.0 °C ... 45.0 °C
-15.0 °C
-20.0 °C ... 45.0 °C
-20.0 °C
Off, On
-20.0 °C ... 45.0 °C
Off, On
0 to 40 days
None, 2 kW, 3 kW,
4 kW, 6 kW, 9 kW
-20.0 °C ... 45.0 °C
ON
-5.0 °C
On
0 days
6 kW
3 ... 10 / h
3/h
0.0 °C
* Contractor parameters are automatically pre-set depending on the selected system configuration.
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31.3.2 Description of contractor parameters
Contractor
parameter
Description
WP001
For setting a pre-configured system version subject to heat pump design and
application (see "Overview of system configurations").
WP002
For optionally assigning one of the following functions to programmable input E1:
Code
Function input E1
None
No function
RT
Heating block (room thermostat)
DHW
Contact open - blocked
Contact closed - heating mode enabled
DHW block
RT/DHW
Contact open - blocked
Contact closed - DHW mode enabled
Heating and DHW block
Zirkomat
TPW / Max Th
Contact open - blocked
Contact closed - heating mode and DHW mode enabled
Zirkomat (DHW circulation remote control)
When input E1 is configured as the DHW circulation remote
control, output A1 is automatically set to "DHW circulation
pump" and is blocked for further settings. When input E1 is
closed, output A1 is activated for 5 minutes. When input E1 has
switched off and 30 minutes have elapsed, the remote control
function is re-enabled for the next operation.
Dew point monitor / max. thermostat
Contact open Cooling mode/heating mode/DHW mode blocked
Contact closed Cooling mode/heating mode/DHW mode enabled
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Contractor
parameter
Description
WP003
For optionally assigning one of the following functions to programmable input E1:
Code
Function output A1
None
No function
Timer20
DHW circulation pump activation 20 % (2 mins on, 8 mins off)
Timer50
DHW circulation pump activation 50 % (5 mins on, 5 mins off)
Timer100
DHW circulation pump activation 100 % (continuous operation)
Alarm
Alarm output
Defrost
Is set if a fault is present.
Zirkomat (DHW circulation remote control)
Output A1 is activated for 5 minutes when input E1 closes. If
output A1 Zirkomat is configured, input E1 is automatically set
to "DHW circulation remote control" and is blocked for further
settings. When input E1 has switched off and 30 minutes have
elapsed, the remote control function is re-enabled for the next
operation.
ODU in defrost mode
Add ht gn
Is set if the heat pump is defrosting.
E.g. for use with the BMS configuration
Additional heat generator
Zirkomat
Is set if demand is issued to additional heat generator.
(Only possible with configurations 33 and 34.)
Compressor ON
WP010
Note:
The electric booster heater is deactivated for configurations 33
and 34 as long as compressor and additional heat generator
are operational.
Compressor active
Is set if the compressor is active.
WP016 = ON:
For setting the set spread between flow and return temperatures (heating mode).
WP016 = OFF:
For setting the offset for the deactivation point in heating mode.
For this, the temperatures at the return sensor and the header sensor are monitored.
Heat pump OFF:
T_return / T_header > T_Boiler set – WP010 + WP011
Heat pump ON:
T_return / T_header < T_Boiler set – WP010 – WP011
WP011
For setting the hysteresis value to WP010.
WP012
For setting the run-on time of the feed/heating circuit pump (ZHP).
WP013
For setting the delay time for activation of the electric heating/additional heat
generator in heating mode.
WP014
For setting the run-on time of the heating circuit pump of the direct heating circuit
(HCP).
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Contractor
parameter
Description
WP015
WP016=On:
For setting the maximum speed of the feed/heating circuit pump (ZHP).
WP016=Off:
For setting the constant speed of the feed/heating circuit pump (ZHP).
WP016
Enables spread control (controlling to set spread WP010) and PWM actuation
(WP015) of the feed/heating circuit pump (ZHP).
WP017
For setting the max. flow temperature limit (T_boiler).
With screed drying function for setting the maximum temperature.
WP018
For setting the min. flow temperature limit (T_boiler).
With screed drying function for setting the constant temperature.
WP020
For setting the hysteresis value for DHW heating or DHW cylinder heating.
WP021
Enables a maximum heating time for the DHW cylinder.
WP022
For setting the maximum heating time for the DHW cylinder.
WP023
For setting the delay time for activation of the electric heating / additional heat
generator for DHW heating.
WP024
For setting the minimum DHW temperature for ECO mode.
WP025
Enables the smart grid function.
WP026
For raising the set flow temperature (T_Boiler set) for heating mode so that the heat
pump is activated at a defined point.
WP027
For raising the set DHW temperature (T_DHW set) so that the heat pump is activated
at a defined point.
WP028
For selecting whether an activation command via smart grid switches on just the
compressor, or the compressor plus the electric heating.
WP031
If multiple heat sources are controlled in one heating system with a cascade module,
addresses must be allocated to the heat sources.
WP053
For setting the minimum outside temperature for active cooling mode.
WP054
For setting the minimum flow temperature (T_boiler) of the actively cooled heating
circuits.
WP055
For setting the offset value or the differential between the outside temperature and
the set flow temperature (T_Boiler set) of the actively cooled heating circuits.
(T_Boiler set = T_outside - Offset (WP055)).
WP058
Enable function for active cooling.
WP080
Dual mode point for deactivation of the compressor.
WP090
Enables the electric heating for heating mode.
WP091
Dual mode point for activation of electric heating for heating mode
WP092
For setting power-OFF for the electric heating.
WP093
Deactivation of the dual mode point (WP091) of the electric heating for the set period.
Serves the screed drying function, to ensure that the electric heating supports the
heat pump.
WP094
For setting the installed electric heating or setting the actual installed connected load
of the electric heating.
WP101
Dual mode point for activation of the additional heat generator.
WP121
Serves to limit the compressor start-ups per hour.
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31.3.3 Overview of system configurations
The following system configurations can be performed for operating the BWL-1S and BWL-1SB.
Contractor
parameter
System
WP001
Meaning
System configuration
Setting range
01, 02, 05, 11, 12, 14,
15, 33, 34, 51, 52
Factory setting Individual setting
01
System config. Description
01
Cylinder in series, one heating circuit, DHW heating, active cooling possible (in conjunction
with an add. 3-way diverter valve for cooling)
02
Cylinder in series, DHW heating, can be extended with mixer circuits, can be extended with
solar circuit
05
Cylinder in series via 3-way valve, one heating circuit, DHW heating, can be extended with
solar circuit, active cooling possible
11
Separating cylinder, one heating circuit, DHW heating
12
Wood gasification boiler BVG / TOB, stratification cylinder BSP-W / BSP-W-SL / BSH, DHW
heating, can be extended with mixer circuits, can be extended with solar circuit
14
Wood gasification boiler BVG / TOB, stratification cylinder BSP-W / BSP-W-SL / BSH, DHW
heating, can be extended with mixer circuits, can be extended with solar circuit, active cooling
possible
15
Separating cylinder, one heating circuit, DHW heating, can be extended with mixer circuits,
can be extended with solar circuit, active cooling possible
33
Separating cylinder, CGB-2, one heating circuit downstream of low loss header, DHW heating,
can be extended with mixer circuits, can be extended with solar circuit
34
TOB, stratification cylinder, BSH / BSP-W / BSP-W-SL, DHW heating, can be extended with
mixer circuits, can be extended with solar circuit
51
0 - 10 V activation for external demand (e.g. by building management system, BMS), central
heating, DHW heating, active cooling possible
52
On-off activation for external demand (e.g. by building management system, BMS), central
heating, DHW heating
The entire system must be restarted (power off / power on) each time a change is made to the
configuration.
Note:
Hydraulic diagrams and electrical details can be found on the Wolf homepage and in the "Hydraulic System
Solutions" technical guide.
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System configuration 01
BWL-1S(B)
● Split air/water heat pump
● Cylinder in series
● One heating circuit
● DHW heating
● Active cooling possible (in conjunction with an additional 3-way diverter valve for cooling)
Heating circuit
DHW cylinder
Cylinder in series
CTS
Indoor module
Outdoor module
In conjunction with
active cooling
A 3-way diverter valve for
central heating/DHW and a
feed/heating circuit pump
are integrated into the
indoor module
Important information:
In this schematic diagram, shut-off valves, air vent valves and safety equipment are not fully represented.
These should be provided for each individual system, in line with the applicable standards and regulations.
Hydraulic and electrical data can be found in the Hydraulic System Solutions technical guide.
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BWL-1S(B)
● Split air/water heat pump
● Cylinder in series
● Extension, circuit with mixer, with MM
● DHW heating
● Solar DHW cylinder
● Solar circuit extension with SM1
Extension options
Circuit with mixer
MaxTh
FS
MCP
Solar circuit
MM
Solar DHW cylinder
SColS
Cylinder in series
FT
RTS
CTS
SCP
SCylS
Outdoor module
Indoor module
A 3-way diverter valve for
central heating/DHW and a
feed/heating circuit pump
are integrated into the
indoor module
Important information:
In this schematic diagram, shut-off valves, air vent valves and safety equipment are not fully represented.
These should be provided for each individual system, in line with the applicable standards and regulations.
Hydraulic and electrical data can be found in the Hydraulic System Solutions technical guide.
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System configuration 05
BWL-1S(B)
SCP
RTS
Cylinder in series
SColS
FT
Solar circuit
Extension options
● Split air/water heat pump
● Cylinder in series
● One heating circuit
● DHW heating
● Solar DHW cylinder
● Solar circuit extension with SM1
● Active cooling possible
A 3-way diverter valve for
heating/DHW and a feed/
heating circuit pump are
integrated into the indoor
module
Indoor module
Outdoor module
SCylS
CTS
Solar DHW cylinder
Heating circuit
In conjunction with
active cooling
Important information:
In this schematic diagram, shut-off valves, air vent valves and safety equipment are not fully represented.
These should be provided for each individual system, in line with the applicable standards and regulations.
Hydraulic and electrical data can be found in the Hydraulic System Solutions technical guide.
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System configuration 11
BWL-1S(B)
● Split air/water heat pump
● Separating cylinder
● One heating circuit
● DHW heating
Heating circuit
HCP
DHW cylinder
Separating cylinder
CTS
HTS
Outdoor module
Indoor module
Please note:
Header temperature sensor HTS must be
installed in the return area of the low loss
header or separating cylinder.
A 3-way diverter valve for
central heating/DHW and a
feed/heating circuit pump
are integrated into the
indoor module
Important information:
In this schematic diagram, shut-off valves, air vent valves and safety equipment are not fully represented.
These should be provided for each individual system, in line with the applicable standards and regulations.
Hydraulic and electrical data can be found in the Hydraulic System Solutions technical guide.
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System configuration 12
BWL-1S(B)
SCylS
SCP
RTS
MM
MCP
FT
A 3-way diverter valve for
central heating/DHW and a
feed/heating circuit pump
are integrated into the
indoor module
HTS
Outdoor module
Indoor module
BVG-Lambda
CTS
DHW
BSP-W
FS
MaxTh
Circuit with mixer
SColS
Extension options
● Split air/water heat pump
● BSP-W
● BVG-Lambda
● Extension, circuit with mixer, with MM
● Solar circuit extension with SM1
● DHW heating
Important information:
In this schematic diagram, shut-off valves, air vent valves and safety equipment are not fully represented.
These should be provided for each individual system, in line with the applicable standards and regulations.
Hydraulic and electrical data can be found in the Hydraulic System Solutions technical guide.
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System configuration 12
BWL-1S(B)
SCP
RTS
FT
E3
CTS
A 3-way diverter valve for
central heating/DHW and a
feed/heating circuit pump
are integrated into the
indoor module
Indoor module
Outdoor module
BVG-Lambda
HTS
DHW
BSH 800/1000
SCylS
MM
MCP
FS
SColS
MaxTh
Circuit with mixer
Extension options
● Split air/water heat pump
● BSH-800/1000
● BVG-Lambda
● Extension, circuit with mixer, with MM
● Solar circuit extension with SM1
● DHW heating
Important information:
In this schematic diagram, shut-off valves, air vent valves and safety equipment are not fully represented.
These should be provided for each individual system, in line with the applicable standards and regulations.
Hydraulic and electrical data can be found in the Hydraulic System Solutions technical guide.
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System configuration 14
BWL-1S(B)
SCylS
MM
SCP
RTS
FT
MCP
HTS
A 3-way diverter valve for
central heating/DHW and a
feed/heating circuit pump
are integrated into the
indoor module
Indoor module
Outdoor module
BVG-Lambda
DHW
CTS
BSP-W
FS
MaxTh
Circuit with mixer
SColS
Extension options
● Split air/water heat pump
● BSP-W
● BVG-Lambda
● Extension, circuit with mixer, with MM
● Solar circuit extension with SM1
● DHW heating
● Active cooling possible
Important information:
In this schematic diagram, shut-off valves, air vent valves and safety equipment are not fully represented.
These should be provided for each individual system, in line with the applicable standards and regulations.
Hydraulic and electrical data can be found in the Hydraulic System Solutions technical guide.
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BWL-1S(B)
SCP
RTS
FT
Please note:
Header temperature sensor HTS must be
installed in the return area of the low loss
header or separating cylinder.
A 3-way diverter valve for
central heating/DHW and a
feed/heating circuit pump
are integrated into the
indoor module
Outdoor module
Indoor module
HTS
Separating cylinder
MM
Solar DHW cylinder
HCP
MCP
SColS
FS
MaxTh
Circuit with mixer
Heating circuit
Extension options
● Split air/water heat pump
● Separating cylinder
● Solar DHW cylinder
● Heating circuit
● Extension, circuit with mixer, with MM
● Solar circuit extension with SM1
● DHW heating
● Active cooling with direct heating circuit possible
Important information:
In this schematic diagram, shut-off valves, air vent valves and safety equipment are not fully represented.
These should be provided for each individual system, in line with the applicable standards and regulations.
Hydraulic and electrical data can be found in the Hydraulic System Solutions technical guide.
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Solar DHW cylinder
HTS
Separating cylinder
HCP
MM
MCP
FS
MaxTh
Circuit with mixer
SCP
RTS
FT
SColS
Extension options
Please note:
Header temperature sensor HTS must be
installed in the return area of the low loss
header or separating cylinder.
Heating circuit
Important information:
In this schematic diagram, shut-off valves, air vent valves and safety equipment are not fully represented.
These should be provided for each individual system, in line with the applicable standards and regulations.
Hydraulic and electrical data can be found in the Hydraulic System Solutions technical guide.
Outdoor module
Indoor module
A 3-way diverter valve for
central heating/DHW and
a feed/heating circuit pump
are integrated into the
indoor module
CGB-2
● Split air/water heat pump
● Separating cylinder
● Solar DHW cylinder
● CGB-2
● Heating circuit
● Extension, circuit with mixer, with MM
● Solar circuit extension with SM1
● DHW heating
● Alternatively, dual mode operation only is possible
BWL-1S(B)
System configuration 33
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BWL-1S(B)
SCP
RTS
FT
E3
CTS
A 3-way diverter valve for
central heating/DHW and a
feed/heating circuit pump
are integrated into the
indoor module
Indoor module
Outdoor module
TOB
HTS
DHW
BSH 800/1000
SCylS
MM
MCP
FS
SColS
MaxTh
Circuit with mixer
Extension options
● Split air/water heat pump
● BSH-800/1000
● TOB
● Extension, circuit with mixer, with MM
● Solar circuit extension with SM1
● DHW heating
● Alternatively, dual mode operation only is possible
Important information:
In this schematic diagram, shut-off valves, air vent valves and safety equipment are not fully represented.
These should be provided for each individual system, in line with the applicable standards and regulations.
Hydraulic and electrical data can be found in the Hydraulic System Solutions technical guide.
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System configuration 51
External demand / control by
building management system BMS
U = 0…10 V at input E2/SAF:
0 V
1.2 V
4.2 V
7.2 V
≤
≤
≤
≤
U
U
U
U
<
≤
≤
≤
1.2 V
4.0 V
7.0 V
10.0 V
→
→
→
→
heat pump OFF
0-100 % compressor cooling mode
0-100 % compressor heating mode
0-100 % electric heating heating mode
Notes:
- Connect the outside temperature sensor OTS
- Activate the electric heating (WP090)
- Program WP003 for defrost
→in defrost mode, output A1 is switched in order to notify the BMS regarding
defrost mode.
DHW heating mode for system
configuration 51
DHW mode can be suppressed for system configuration 51 by removing the cylinder
sensor CTS, carrying out a parameter reset and resetting the system configuration.
BWL-1S(B)
● Split air/water heat pump
● 0 - 10 V switching (at input E2)
● Active cooling possible
0 - 10 V
Outdoor module
Indoor module
3WDV
HTG/DHW
AB A
CTS
B
A 3-way diverter valve for
central heating/DHW and a
feed/heating circuit pump
are integrated into the
indoor module
Integrated 3-way diverter valve
for heating/DHW must be
disconnected.
Important information:
In these schematic diagrams, shut-off valves, air vent valves and safety equipment are not fully represented.
These should be provided for each individual system, in line with the applicable standards and regulations.
Hydraulic and electrical data can be found in the Hydraulic System Solutions technical guide.
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System configuration 52
External demand / control by
building management system BMS
External floating contact at input E2/SAF:
Open
Closed
→ Heat pump OFF
→ Compressor ON
Notes:
- Connect the outside temperature sensor OTS
- The electric heating is not activated (except for frost protection)
- Program WP003 for defrost
→ in defrost mode, output A2 is switched in order to display defrost mode to the BMS.
DHW heating mode for system
configuration 52
DHW mode can be suppressed for system configuration 52 by removing the cylinder
sensor CTS, carrying out a parameter reset and resetting the system configuration.
BWL-1S(B)
● Split air/water heat pump
● On/off switching (at input E2)
On/off
Outdoor module
Indoor module
3WDV
HTG/DHW
AB A
CTS
B
A 3-way diverter valve for
central heating/DHW and a
feed/heating circuit pump
are integrated into the
indoor module
Integrated 3-way diverter valve
for heating/DHW must be
disconnected.
Important information:
In these schematic diagrams, shut-off valves, air vent valves and safety equipment are not fully represented.
These should be provided for each individual system, in line with the applicable standards and regulations.
Hydraulic and electrical data can be found in the Hydraulic System Solutions technical guide.
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31.4 Parameter reset
If a parameter reset is carried out, all settings and statistical data are reset to factory
settings. See Parameter settings
Main menu
Submenu
Contractor
← back
Relay test
System
Parameter
Parameter reset
Special
Chapter
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Notes:
Before a parameter reset, make a note of the settings and statistical data.
After the parameter reset, carry out a sensor calibration.
31.5 Special
Menu item
Reset
parameters to
factory settings?
No
Yes
Reset
parameters to
factory settings?
No
Yes
The sensor calibration function serves to balance out any deviations in the
measurements from the flow and return temperature sensors (T_boiler and T_return).
The temperature sensors are calibrated at the factory; sensor calibration is required
after replacing a sensor or carrying out a parameter reset.
Procedure:
Activation of the feed/heating circuit pump ZHP and correction of the flow temperature
sensor value (T_boiler) to the value of the return temperature sensor by setting
"FL correction".
For calibration, switch on ZHP, wait 10 minutes for the temperature to equalise, then
perform correction if necessary.
Main menu
Submenu
Contractor
← back
Special
IDU service
ODU service
Fault history
Delete fault history
Chapter
Password for contractor level
31.6 IDU service
Special
Sensor calibration
The IDU service allows you to call up the process values for the indoor module.
Main menu
Submenu
Contractor
Chapter
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Menu item
← back
Special
IDU service
ODU service
Fault history
Delete fault history
Display
Meaning
T_boiler
Heating flow temperature
T_return
Heating return temperature
T_outside
Outside temperature
T_header
Header temperature
T_DHW
DHW temperature
HC pressure
Heating circuit pressure
ZHP speed
PWM switching of the feed/heating circuit pump (ZHP)
Flow rate
Heating circuit flow rate
Menu item
IDU service
T_boiler
T_return
T_outside
T_header
T_DHW
HC pressure
°C
°C
°C
°C
°C
°C
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31.7 ODU service
The ODU service allows you to call up the process values for the outdoor module.
Main menu
Submenu
Contractor
← back
Special
IDU service
ODU service
Fault history
Delete fault history
Chapter
Password for contractor level
Display
Meaning
Mod. level
Compressor modulation level
Comp. freq.
Compressor freq.
Fan speed
Fan speed
T_evap.
Evaporator temp.
T_hot gas
Hot gas temperature
T_condens.
Condenser temperature
T_supply air
Supply air temperature
31.8 Fault history
Main menu
ODU service
%
Hz
rpm
°C
°C
°C
Mod. level
Comp. freq.
Fan speed
T evap.
T hot gas
T condens.
In the fault history, the last 20 fault messages can be called up.
Submenu
Contractor
Chapter
Password for contractor level
Menu item
← back
Parameter reset
Special
IDU service
ODU service
Fault history
Menu item
Fault history
Outs. sensor faulty
Entry
Dur.
15
5h
1h
Number 1 fr.
12
Fault history
Boiler sens. faulty
Entry
Dur.
12
5h
1h
Number 2 fr.
12
Fault history
Outs. sensor faulty
Entry
Dur.
15
5h
1h
Number 12 fr.
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31.9 Deleting the fault history
Main menu
If the "Delete fault history" parameter is performed, all data is deleted.
Submenu
Menu item
Contractor
Chapter
Password for contractor level
Special
IDU service
ODU service
Fault history
Delete fault history
← back
Reset
fault history?
No
Yes
Reset
fault history?
No
Yes
31.10 Acknowledging faults
Main menu
Chapter
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80
Fault acknowledgement at contractor level corresponds to acknowledgement via the
4th quick start button.
Submenu
Contractor
ODU service
Fault history
Delete fault history
Acknowledge fault
← back
Menu item
Acknowledge
fault
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Sound level
Noise levels must be taken into consideration when siting the system.
In accordance with TA-Lärm [or local regulations], the following emission limits must be observed:
Area
Emission limits
[dB(A)]
Daytime
6.00 - 22.00 h
Night
22.00 - 6.00 h
Spa complexes, hospitals and care homes, where indicated as such by means of
signs on the premises or road.
45
35
Emission location surrounded exclusively by residential buildings (purely residential
areas)
50
35
Emission location surrounded primarily by residential buildings (generally residential
areas)
55
40
Emission location neither primarily surrounded by commercial facilities nor by
residential buildings (core areas, mixed areas)
60
45
Emission location surrounded primarily by commercial facilities (commercial areas)
65
50
Emission location surrounded exclusively by commercial facilities and perhaps the
occasional residential building for the owners and managers of the facilities and for
supervisors and on-call staff (industrial areas)
70
70
Measuring location outside the residence affected but close by (0.5 m in front of the open window that is most affected)
When siting the system, the following must be observed:
Avoid siting the heat pump directly by or below windows of noise-sensitive rooms, e.g. bedrooms.
Installation in recesses or between 2 walls is not recommended, as this will increase the noise level due to sound reflection.
The sound power level of heat pumps is calculated in accordance with DIN EN 12102. It enables comparisons to be made
independently of surroundings, direction and distance.
Installation up to 3 m from a wall (Q=4):
Type
BWL-1S(B)-07/230 V
Sound power [dB(A)]
61
Sound pressure level [dB(A)] at various distances
1 m
2 m
4 m
8 m
16 m
54
48
43
38
32
BWL-1S(B)-10/400 V
60
53
47
42
37
31
BWL-1S(B)-14/400 V
61
54
48
43
38
32
BWL-1S(B)-10/230 V
61
54
48
43
38
32
BWL-1S(B)-14/230 V
62
55
49
44
39
33
Installation in a corner, up to 3 m from the walls (Q=8):
Type
Sound power
[dB(A)]
Sound pressure level [dB(A)] at various distances
1 m
2 m
4 m
8 m
16 m
BWL-1S(B)-07/230 V
61
55
51
46
40
35
BWL-1S(B)-10/400 V
60
54
50
45
39
34
BWL-1S(B)-14/400 V
61
55
51
46
40
35
BWL-1S(B)-10/230 V
61
55
51
46
40
35
BWL-1S(B)-14/230 V
62
56
52
47
41
36
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33. Configuring the dual mode point
Configuration example
Central heating demand (building heat load) to DIN 4701 or EN 12831 of 7.7 kW. A DHW demand for 4 people (0.25 kW/person)
and a standard outside temperature of -16 °C are assumed.
The power supply utility specifies a blocking time of 2 x 2 hours. The blocking time factor Z is 1.1.
Using these figures, the required heat pump output is calculated as follows:
.
.
.
QHP = (QB + QDHW) x Z
.
.
.
QE-rod = QHP - QHP,Tn
.
Q
. HP
Q
. B
Q
. DHW
Q
. E-rod
QHP,Tn
Z
:
:
:
:
:
:
=
(7.7 kW + 1.0 kW) x 1.1 = 9.6 kW
=
9.6 kW - 5.6 kW = 4.0 kW
Required peak output of the heat pump system
Building heat load (building heat demand, central heating demand)
Output demand for DHW heating
Heater rod output
Heating output of heat pump for standard design point
Blocking time factor
4.0 kW
.
QHP
Heating output [kW]
Diagram for calculating the dual
mode point and the output of the
electric heating rod
Max. compressor speed
9.6
.
QE-rod
6 5.6
.
QHP,Tn
1
Nominal compressor speed
5
2
4
-16
-4
Standard outside temperature Dual mode point
3
Min. compressor speed
Heating limit temperature
Air inlet temperature [°C]
As can be seen from the diagram, the theoretical heating output for the standard design point is approx. 5.6 kW. Since a 4 kW
heater rod is also installed, the maximum available heating output is 9.6 kW at an outside temperature of -16 °C.
This results in a dual mode point of approx. -4 °C.
The closer the dual mode point gets to the standard outside temperature, the lower the proportion of booster heating.
As a rule, the booster heater is responsible for approx. 30 - 60 % of the required heating output. Though the proportion of output
attributable to the booster heater is relatively large, the proportion of work is only approx. 2 - 5 % of the annual heating load.
In the example shown, a DHW cylinder with a water capacity of 300 litres can meet the daily requirements of a 4-person
household (detached house, high demand of 4 x 70 litres/day = 400 l DHW cylinder).
No changes would be made to the selected heat pump type in this example.
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COP - BWL-1S(B)-07/230 V, flow 35 °C
Heating output to EN 14511
Heating output [kW]
BWL-1S-07: Heizleistung bei Vorlauf 35°
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
30
35
40
30
35
40
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
nominal
nominal
maximal
maximal
Electric power consumption in steady state
el. power consumption [kW]
BWL-1S-07: el. Leistungsaufnahme bei Vorlauf 35°
4
3
2
1
0
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
nominal
nominal
maximal
maximal
COP to EN 14511
COP [-]
BWL-1S-07: COP bei Vorlauf 35°
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
3064298_201507
nominal
nominal
maximal
maximal
83
35.Heating output, el. power consumption,
COP - BWL-1S(B)-07/230 V, flow 45 °C
Heating output to EN 14511
BWL-1S-07: Heizleistung bei Vorlauf 45°
Heizleistung [kW]
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
30
35
40
30
35
40
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
nominal
nominal
maximal
maximal
Electric power consumption in steady state
el. power consumption [kW]
BWL-1S-07: el. Leistungsaufnahme bei Vorlauf 45°
4
3
2
1
0
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
nominal
nominal
maximal
maximal
COP to EN 14511
COP [-]
BWL-1S-07: COP bei Vorlauf 45°
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
84
nominal
nominal
maximal
maximal
3064298_201507
36.Heating output, el. power consumption,
COP - BWL-1S(B)-07/230 V, flow 55 °C
Heating output to EN 14511
Heizleistung [kW]
BWL-1S-07: Heizleistung bei Vorlauf 55°
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
30
35
40
30
35
40
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
nominal
nominal
maximal
maximal
Electric power consumption in steady state
el. power consumption [kW]
BWL-1S-07: el. Leistungsaufnahme bei Vorlauf 55°
4
3
2
1
0
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
nominal
nominal
maximal
maximal
COP to EN 14511
COP [-]
BWL-1S-07: COP bei Vorlauf 55°
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
3064298_201507
nominal
nominal
maximal
maximal
85
37.Heating output, el. power consumption,
COP - BWL-1S(B)-10/400 V, flow 35 °C
Heating output to EN 14511
BWL-1S-10: Heizleistung bei Vorlauf 35°
Heizleistung [kW]
25
20
15
10
5
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
30
35
40
30
35
40
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
nominal
nominal
maximal
maximal
Electric power consumption in steady state
el. power consumption [kW]
BWL-1S-10: el. Leistungsaufnahme bei Vorlauf 35°
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
nominal
nominal
maximal
maximal
COP to EN 14511
COP [-]
BWL-1S-10: COP bei Vorlauf 35°
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
86
nominal
nominal
maximal
maximal
3064298_201507
38.Heating output, el. power consumption,
COP - BWL-1S(B)-10/400 V, flow 45 °C
Heating output to EN 14511
BWL-1S-10: Heizleistung bei Vorlauf 45°
Heizleistung [kW]
25
20
15
10
5
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
nominal
nominal
20
25
30
35
40
30
35
40
30
35
40
maximal
maximal
Electric power consumption in steady state
el. power consumption [kW]
BWL-1S-10: el. Leistungsaufnahme bei Vorlauf 45°
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
nominal
nominal
maximal
maximal
COP to EN 14511
COP [-]
BWL-1S-10: COP bei Vorlauf 45°
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
minimal
minimal
3064298_201507
5
10
15
Air inlet temperature [°C]
nominal
nominal
20
25
maximal
maximal
87
39.Heating output, el. power consumption,
COP - BWL-1S(B)-10/400 V, flow 55 °C
Heating output to EN 14511
BWL-1S-10: Heizleistung bei Vorlauf 55°
Heizleistung [kW]
25
20
15
10
5
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
nominal
nominal
20
25
30
35
40
30
35
40
30
35
40
maximal
maximal
Electric power consumption in steady state
el. power consumption [kW]
BWL-1S-10: el. Leistungsaufnahme bei Vorlauf 55°
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
nominal
nominal
maximal
maximal
COP to EN 14511
COP [-]
BWL-1S-10: COP bei Vorlauf 55°
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
88
nominal
nominal
maximal
maximal
3064298_201507
40.Heating output, el. power consumption,
COP - BWL-1S(B)-14/400 V, flow 35 °C
Heating output to EN 14511
BWL-1S-14: Heizleistung bei Vorlauf 35°
Heizleistung [kW]
25
20
15
10
5
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
30
35
40
30
35
40
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
nominal
nominal
maximal
maximal
Electric power consumption in steady state
el. power consumption [kW]
BWL-1S-14: el. Leistungsaufnahme bei Vorlauf 35°
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
nominal
nominal
maximal
maximal
COP to EN 14511
COP [-]
BWL-1S-14: COP bei Vorlauf 35°
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
3064298_201507
nominal
nominal
maximal
maximal
89
41.Heating output, el. power consumption,
COP - BWL-1S(B)-14/400 V, flow 45 °C
Heating output to EN 14511
BWL-1S-14: Heizleistung bei Vorlauf 45°
Heizleistung [kW]
25
20
15
10
5
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
30
35
40
30
35
40
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
nominal
nominal
maximal
maximal
Electric power consumption in steady state
el. power consumption [kW]
BWL-1S-14: el. Leistungsaufnahme bei Vorlauf 45°
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
nominal
nominal
20
25
maximal
maximal
COP to EN 14511
COP [-]
BWL-1S-14: COP bei Vorlauf 45°
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
90
nominal
nominal
maximal
maximal
3064298_201507
42.Heating output, el. power consumption,
COP - BWL-1S(B)-14/400 V, flow 55 °C
Heating output to EN 14511
BWL-1S-14: Heizleistung bei Vorlauf 55°
Heizleistung [kW]
25
20
15
10
5
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
30
35
40
30
35
40
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
nominal
nominal
maximal
maximal
Electric power consumption in steady state
el. power consumption [kW]
BWL-1S-14: el. Leistungsaufnahme bei Vorlauf 55°
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
nominal
nominal
maximal
maximal
COP to EN 14511
COP [-]
BWL-1S-14: COP bei Vorlauf 55°
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
3064298_201507
nominal
nominal
maximal
maximal
91
43.Heating output, el. power consumption,
COP - BWL-1S(B)-10/230 V, flow 35 °C
Heating output to EN 14511
Heizleistung [kW]
BWL-1SB-10: Heizleistung bei Vorlauf 35°
25
20
15
10
5
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
nominal
nominal
20
25
30
35
40
30
35
40
30
35
40
maximal
maximal
el. power consumption [kW]
Electric
power
consumptionbei
inVorlauf
steady
BWL-1SB-10:
el. Leistungsaufnahme
35°state
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
nominal
nominal
20
25
maximal
maximal
COP to EN 14511
COP [-]
BWL-1SB-10: COP bei Vorlauf 35°
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
minimal
minimal
92
5
10
15
Air inlet temperature [°C]
nominal
nominal
20
25
maximal
maximal
3064298_201507
44.Heating output, el. power consumption,
COP - BWL-1S(B)-10/230 V, flow 45 °C
Heating output to EN 14511
BWL-1SB-10: Heizleistung bei Vorlauf 45°
Heizleistung [kW]
25
20
15
10
5
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
nominal
nominal
20
25
30
35
40
30
35
40
30
35
40
maximal
maximal
Electric power consumption in steady state
el. power consumption [kW]
BWL-1SB-10: el. Leistungsaufnahme bei Vorlauf 45°
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
nominal
nominal
20
25
maximal
maximal
COP to EN 14511
COP [-]
BWL-1SB-10: COP bei Vorlauf 45°
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
minimal
minimal
3064298_201507
5
10
15
Air inlet temperature [°C]
nominal
nominal
20
25
maximal
maximal
93
45.Heating output, el. power consumption,
COP - BWL-1S(B)-10/230 V, flow 55 °C
Heating output to EN 14511
BWL-1SB-10: Heizleistung bei Vorlauf 55°
Heizleistung [kW]
25
20
15
10
5
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
30
35
40
30
35
40
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
nominal
nominal
maximal
maximal
Electric power consumption in steady state
el. power consumption [kW]
BWL-1SB-10: el. Leistungsaufnahme bei Vorlauf 55°
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
nominal
nominal
20
25
maximal
maximal
COP to EN 14511
COP [-]
BWL-1SB-10: COP bei Vorlauf 55°
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
minimal
minimal
94
5
10
15
Air inlet temperature [°C]
nominal
nominal
20
25
maximal
maximal
3064298_201507
46.Heating output, el. power consumption,
COP - BWL-1S(B)-14/230 V, flow 35 °C
Heating output to EN 14511
BWL-1SB-14: Heizleistung bei Vorlauf 35°
Heizleistung [kW]
25
20
15
10
5
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
30
35
40
30
35
40
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
nominal
nominal
maximal
maximal
Electric power consumption in steady state
el. power consumption [kW]
BWL-1SB-14: el. Leistungsaufnahme bei Vorlauf 35°
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
nominal
nominal
maximal
maximal
COP to EN 14511
COP [-]
BWL-1SB-14: COP bei Vorlauf 35°
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
3064298_201507
nominal
nominal
maximal
maximal
95
47.Heating output, el. power consumption,
COP - BWL-1S(B)-14/230 V, flow 45 °C
Heating output to EN 14511
BWL-1SB-14: Heizleistung bei Vorlauf 45°
Heizleistung [kW]
25
20
15
10
5
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
30
35
40
30
35
40
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
nominal
nominal
maximal
maximal
Electric power consumption in steady state
el. power consumption [kW]
BWL-1SB-14: el. Leistungsaufnahme bei Vorlauf 45°
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
nominal
nominal
20
25
maximal
maximal
COP to EN 14511
COP [-]
BWL-1SB-14: COP bei Vorlauf 45°
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
96
nominal
nominal
maximal
maximal
3064298_201507
48.Heating output, el. power consumption,
COP - BWL-1S(B)-14/230 V, flow 55 °C
Heating output to EN 14511
BWL-1SB-14: Heizleistung bei Vorlauf 55°
Heizleistung [kW]
25
20
15
10
5
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
30
35
40
30
35
40
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
nominal
nominal
maximal
maximal
Electric power consumption in steady state
el. power consumption [kW]
BWL-1SB-14: el. Leistungsaufnahme bei Vorlauf 55°
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
nominal
nominal
25
maximal
maximal
COP to EN 14511
COP [-]
BWL-1SB-14: COP bei Vorlauf 55°
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
Air inlet temperature [°C]
minimal
minimal
3064298_201507
nominal
nominal
maximal
maximal
97
49.Heating circuit residual head
Pressure drop [mbar]
Heating circuit
residual head
BWL-1S(B)-14
BWL-1S(B)-10
BWL-1S(B)-07
Flow rate [l/min]
Residual head / nominal water flow rate
98
BWL1S(B)-07
BWL-1S(B)-10 /
400V
BWL-1S(B)-14 /
400V
Water flow rate,
nominal (5K)
l/min
19.7
28.8
34.1
Residual head
mbar
490
550
460
BWL-1S(B)-10 /
230 V
BWL-1S(B)-14 /
230 V
Water flow rate,
nominal (5K)
l/min
31,8
40,4
Residual head
mbar
530
340
3064298_201507
50.Specification
TYPE
Width x height x depth of outdoor unit
(incl. feet, incl. front doors)
Width x height x depth of indoor unit
(incl. feet, incl. front doors)
Weight of outdoor unit
Weight of indoor unit
Refrigerant circuit
Refrigerant type / charge weight
Max. length of refrigerant line
Quantity of refrigerant to be added,
line length >12 m - 25 m
Refrigerant oil
Refrigerant oil charge weight
Compressor type
Maximum operating pressure
Heating output / COP to EN14511 1)
A2/W35 rated output
A7/W35 rated output
A-7/W35 max. output
Output range at A2/W35
Cooling capacity / EER to EN14511 1)
A35/W7 rated output
A35/W18 rated output
Compressor output range for A35/W18
Sound, outdoor unit
Sound power level (based on EN 12102/EN ISO 9614-2)
for A7/W55 at rated heating output
Average sound pressure level at 1 m distance
Application limits
Temperature, operating limits, heating mode
Temperature, operating limits, cooling mode
Maximum heating water temperature
with electric booster heater
Temperature, operating limits, air, heating mode, min/max
Temperature, operating limits, air, cooling mode, min/max
Heating water
Minimum flow rate
Water flow rate, nominal (5K)
Water flow rate, maximum (4K)
Heat pump pressure drop
at nominal water flow rate
Residual head at nominal water flow rate
Maximum operating pressure
Heat source
Air flow rate at nominal operating point 2)
Connections
Connection, heating flow / return /
DHW flow
Connection, refrigerant lines
Dimensions, refrigerant lines
Dimensions, condensate line, outdoor unit
Electrics, outdoor unit
BWL-1S(B) - 07/230 V
BWL-1S(B) - 10/400 V
BWL-1S(B) - 14/400 V
mm
1040 x 865 x 340
900 x1255 x 340
900 x1255 x 340
mm
440 x 790 x 340
440 x 790 x 340
440 x 790 x 340
kg
kg
66
31
110
33
110
35
- / kg
m
R410A / 2.15
R410A / 2.95
25
R410A / 2.95
g/m
FV68S
650
Rotating piston
POE
1100
Twin rotating piston
43
POE
1100
Twin rotating piston
kW / kW / kW / kW
5.1 / 3.3
6.8 / 4.3
6.1 / 2.5
1.9 - 8.8
7.6 / 3.8
10.2 / 4.8
9.2 / 2.9
2.9 - 10.6
8.8 / 3.8
12.1 / 4.8
10.3 / 2.8
3.1 - 12.4
kW / kW / kW / -
6.8 / 2.7
8.6 / 3.3
2.9 - 9.6
8.8 / 2.7
8.7 / 4.1
3.1 - 11.0
10.7 / 2.5
12.0 / 3.4
3.2 - 13.2
ml
bar
dB(A)
61
60
61
dB(A)
55
54
55
°C
°C
+20 to +55
+7 to +20
+20 to +55
+7 to +20
+20 to +55
+7 to +20
°C
75
75
75
°C
°C
-15 / +35
+10 / +45
-20 / +35
+10 / +45
-20 / +35
+10 / +45
l / min
l / min
l / min
15
19.7
24.7
21
28.8
36
25
34.1
42.7
mbar
78
121
141
mbar
bar
490
550
3
460
m³ / h
2600
3500
4200
28x1
UNF
mm
mm
Power supply / fuse connection, heating element 3)
1)
2)
3)
5/8 + 7/8
10x1 + 16x1
16
W
W
1~NPE, 230VAC, 50Hz
/ 20A(C)
57
9
3~NPE, 400VAC, 50Hz
/ 20A(C)
70
21
3~NPE, 400VAC, 50Hz
/ 20A(C)
102
21
kW
3.6
5
6.3
A
A
A
A
16
15
25
35
8
10
16
30
IP 24
3
10
10
16
30
Power supply / fuse protection, outdoor unit
Max. fan power consumption
Power consumption, standby
Max. compressor power consumption
within application limits
Max. compressor current within application limits
Compressor start-up current
Compressor start-up current with blocked rotor
Starting current (charging of DC capacitors)
IP rating, outdoor unit
Maximum number of compressor starts per hour
Electrics, indoor unit
60
1/h
Either 3~PE, 400VAC, 50Hz / 16A(B) or
1~NPE, 230 V AC, 50 Hz / 32 A(B)
1~NPE, 230 V AC, 50 Hz / 16 A(B)
2 / 4 / 6 or 3 / 6 / 9
3 - 75
5
8.7 (400 V AC) / 26.1 (230 V AC)
13 (400VAC)
IP 20
Power supply / fuse protection, control voltage
Power consumption, electric heating 3)
kW
Power consumption, pump
W
3 - 45
Power consumption, standby
W
Maximum power consumption, electric heating 6 kW 3)
A
Maximum power consumption, electric heating 9 kW 3)
A
IP rating, indoor unit
Provisional data
To ensure the heat pump operates with optimum energy efficiency, the flow rate should not fall below the nominal air flow rate
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50.Specification
TYPE
Width x height x depth of outdoor unit
(incl. feet, incl. front doors)
Width x height x depth of indoor unit
(incl. feet, incl. front doors)
Weight of outdoor unit
Weight of indoor unit
Refrigerant circuit
Refrigerant type / charge weight
Max. length of refrigerant line
Quantity of refrigerant to be added,
line length >12 m - 25 m
Refrigerant oil
Refrigerant oil charge weight
Compressor type
Maximum operating pressure
Heating output / COP to EN14511 1)
A2/W35 rated output
A7/W35 rated output
A-7/W35 max. output
Output range at A2/W35
Cooling capacity / EER to EN14511 1)
A35/W7 rated output
A35/W18 rated output
Compressor output range for A35/W18
Sound, outdoor unit
Sound power level (based on EN 12102/EN ISO 9614-2)
for A7/W55 at rated heating output
Average sound pressure level at 1 m distance
Application limits
Temperature, operating limits, heating mode
Temperature, operating limits, cooling mode
Maximum heating water temperature
with electric booster heater
Temperature, operating limits, air, heating mode, min/max
Temperature, operating limits, air, cooling mode, min/max
Heating water
Minimum flow rate
Water flow rate, nominal (5K)
Water flow rate, maximum (4K)
Heat pump pressure drop
at nominal water flow rate
Residual head at nominal water flow rate
Maximum operating pressure
Heat source
Air flow rate at nominal operating point 2)
Connections
Connection, heating flow / return /
DHW flow
Connection, refrigerant lines
Dimensions, refrigerant lines
Dimensions, condensate line, outdoor unit
Electrics, outdoor unit
Power supply / fuse protection, outdoor unit
Max. fan power consumption
Power consumption, standby
Max. compressor power consumption
within application limits
Max. compressor current within application limits
Compressor start-up current
Compressor start-up current with blocked rotor
Starting current (charging of DC capacitors)
IP rating, outdoor unit
Maximum number of compressor starts per hour
Electrics, indoor unit
Power supply / fuse connection, heating element 3)
1)
2)
3)
BWL-1S(B) - 10/230 V
BWL-1S(B) - 14/230 V
mm
900 x1255 x 340
900 x1255 x 340
mm
440 x 790 x 340
440 x 790 x 340
kg
kg
110
30
110
32
- / kg
m
R410A / 2.95
g/m
ml
bar
R410A / 2.95
25
60
FV50S
1700
Scroll
FV50S
1700
Scroll
43
kW / kW / kW / kW
7,7 / 3,5
11,1 / 4,7
7,7 / 2,7
3,6 - 9,5
9,6 / 3,3
14,1 / 4,3
9,5 / 2,6
3,6 - 10,9
kW / kW / kW / -
6,6 / 2,7
8,5 / 3,4
4,9 - 11,2
8,2 / 2,5
10,1 / 2,9
4,9 - 12,9
dB(A)
61
62
dB(A)
55
56
°C
°C
+20 to +55
+7 to +20
+20 to +55
+7 to +20
°C
75
75
°C
°C
-15 / +35
+10 / +45
-15 / +35
+10 / +45
l / min
l / min
l / min
21
31,8
39,8
25
40,4
50,6
mbar
126
175
mbar
bar
530
m³ / h
3800
340
3
3800
28x1
UNF
mm
mm
5/8 + 7/8
10x1 + 16x1
16
W
W
1~NPE, 230VAC, 50Hz / 20A(C)
87
21
1~NPE, 230VAC, 50Hz / 32 A(C)
87
21
kW
6.4
6.4
A
A
A
A
18
10
25
30
23
10
32
30
1/h
IP 24
3
Either 3~PE, 400VAC, 50Hz / 16A(B) or
1~NPE, 230 V AC, 50 Hz / 32 A(B)
1~NPE, 230 V AC, 50 Hz / 16 A(B)
2 / 4 / 6 or 3 / 6 / 9
3 - 75
3 - 75
5
8.7 (400 V AC) / 26.1 (230 V AC)
13 (400VAC)
IP 20
Power supply / fuse protection, control voltage
Power consumption, electric heating 3)
kW
Power consumption, pump
W
Power consumption, standby
W
Maximum power consumption, electric heating (6 kW) 3)
A
Maximum power consumption, electric heating (9 kW) 3)
A
IP rating, indoor unit
Provisional data
To ensure the heat pump operates with optimum energy efficiency, the flow rate should not fall below the nominal air flow rate
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51.Sensor resistances
NTC
sensor resistances
Outside temperature (OT), return temperature (RT), header temperature (HT), flow temperature
(FL, T_boiler), flow temperature of mixer circuit (FS), DHW cylinder temperature (CS)
Temp.
°C
-21
-20
-19
-18
-17
-16
-15
-14
-13
-12
-11
-10
-9
-8
-7
-6
-5
-4
-3
-2
-1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
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Resist.
Ohm
51393
48487
45762
43207
40810
38560
36447
34463
32599
30846
29198
27648
26189
24816
23523
22305
21157
20075
19054
18091
17183
16325
15515
14750
14027
13344
12697
12086
11508
10961
10442
9952
9487
9046
8629
Temp.
°C
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
Resist.
Ohm
8233
7857
7501
7162
6841
6536
6247
5972
5710
5461
5225
5000
4786
4582
4388
4204
4028
3860
3701
3549
3403
3265
3133
3007
2887
2772
2662
2558
2458
2362
2271
2183
2100
2020
1944
Temp.
°C
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
Resist.
Ohm
1870
1800
1733
1669
1608
1549
1493
1438
1387
1337
1289
1244
1200
1158
1117
1078
1041
1005
971
938
906
876
846
818
791
765
740
716
693
670
649
628
608
589
570
Temp.
°C
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
Resist.
Ohm
552
535
519
503
487
472
458
444
431
418
406
393
382
371
360
349
339
330
320
311
302
294
285
277
270
262
255
248
241
235
228
222
216
211
205
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52.Commissioning
Commissioning
To ensure correct operation, we recommend that the system is commissioned by
our customer service department.
A commissioning report with checklist is supplied with every appliance and should
be worked through before commissioning.
The key criteria are:
- Has the appliance been positioned and installed in line with the installation instructions?
- Have all electrical and hydraulic connections been completed in full?
- Are all slides and shut-off valves in the heating water circuit open?
- Have all circuits been flushed and thoroughly vented?
- Is condensate drainage guaranteed?
- Do the power feeds to the compressor, electric heating and control system have
omnipolar fuse protection?
- Before commissioning, it is essential to carry out an function test on the circulation
pump.
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53.System log book
53.1 Responsibilities of the
operator
As part of the Kyoto Protocol, the European Union is committed to reducing the
emissions of fluorinated greenhouse gases. To this end, EC Regulation 517/2014
of 16/04/2014 has been adopted. The overriding goal of this F Gas Regulation is to
reduce F gas emissions over the entire life cycle of these gases.
In accordance with regulation (EC) no. 517/2014, the owner/operator has the
following obligations:
53.1.1
Annual leak test
Refrigerant weight in
delivered condition
Refrigerant per m of pipe
In accordance with Article 4, systems which contain more than 3 kg of refrigerant
and which are not hermetically sealed or, as of 2017, systems with a CO2 equivalent
mass of 5 t or more, must undergo an annual leak test. For systems containing
less than 3 kg of refrigerant, but with a CO2 equivalent mass of more than 5 t, a
transitional period applies until 31/12/2016. From 01/01/2017, these systems will then
be required to undergo an annual leak test.
Wolf split heat pumps use F-gas R410A, an HFC mixture with a global warming
potential (GWP100) of 2088. This means that 1 kg of R410A equates to 2.088 t of
CO2.
Which Wolf split heat pumps require a leak test is detailed in the following table.
BWL-1S(B)-07
BWL-1S(B)-10
BWL-1S(B)-14
2.15 kg (4.49 t CO2 eq)
2.95 kg (6.16 t CO2 eq)
2.95 kg (6.16 t CO2 eq)
60 g R410A/m pipe length corresponds to 125 kg CO2 eq /m pipe length
From 2015 to end 2016 No (refrigerant weight of less than
3 kg)
From 2017
No (less than 5 t CO2 eq)
No (refrigerant weight of
less than 3 kg)
No (refrigerant weight
of less than 3 kg)
Yes, if pipe length has
been extended
Yes, if pipe length has
been extended
Yes (more than 5 t CO2 eq) Yes (more than 5 t CO2 eq)
Yes, if pipe length has been
extended by more than 4 m (total
length greater than 16 m)
-
-
Conversion to charge weight CO2 equivalent mass:
Refrigerant weight x GWP100 = Charge weight as CO2 equivalent mass
Example: 2.15 kg R410A * 2088 kg CO2 = 4489 kg CO2 = 4.49 t CO2
The leak test may only be carried out by certified contractors/refrigeration engineers in accordance with
EC 842/2006, 303/2008 and 517/2014.
Important:
This regulation also applies to systems which were sold/installed before 01/01/2015.
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53.System log book
53.1.2
Compulsory documentation
All work carried out on a heat pump, e.g. maintenance, repair and leak tests, must be
documented and the record of results must be retained for five years.
This obligation applies to the operator and the company carrying out the work.
The following data must be entered:
ff Details of all repair and maintenance work
ff Type of refrigerant filled into the system (new, re-used or recycled) and the
quantity of refrigerant removed from the system
ff If an analysis of a re-used refrigerant is available, the results must also be
documented in the system report.
ff The origin of the re-used refrigerant
ff System modifications and replaced components
ff Results of all regular routine tests
ff Prolonged shutdowns
53.1.3
Dismantling of heat pump and
disposal of refrigerant
104
The heat pump must only be dismantled and the refrigerant contained in it must only
be disposed of by certified contractors/refrigeration engineers in accordance with
EC 842/2006, 303/2008 and 517/2014.
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53.2
The following system data
must be documented:
- System data
- Type and properties of the fill water
- Leak tests, specific refrigerant loss / leakage rate
- Repair and maintenance reports
- Refrigerant weights
System data:
_____________________________________________________________
Name of system operator
_____________________________________________________________
Postal address
_____________________________________________________________
Installation room
_____________________________________________________________
Tel. no. of system operator
Wolf heat pump type: ___________________________________________
Serial number _________________________________________________
Year of construction ____________________________________________
Commissioning ________________________________________________
Refrigerant/weight ______________________________________________
The above data can be found on the type plate of the appliance.
Type and properties of the fill water:
Tap water with hardness:_______________________________
°dH
Heating water to VDI 2035 treated with: _________________________
_________________________________________________________
Conductivity of the fill water____________________________
________________________________
Place, date
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______________________
company stamp, signature
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53.System log book
The following maintenance work and regulatory leak tests (to para 5, section 3 of the Chemicals Climate Protection
Ordinance in conjunction with regulation (EC) no. 303/2008 - Category I) have been carried out on the heat pump's
refrigerant circuit:
Date
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- Results of maintenance
- Quantity of refrigerant removed/added (in kg)
- Leak test conducted
Name of specialist
company / certified
engineer
Signature of expert
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The following maintenance work and regulatory leak tests (to para 5, section 3 of the Chemicals Climate Protection
Ordinance in conjunction with regulation (EC) no. 303/2008 - Category I) have been carried out on the heat pump's
refrigerant circuit:
Date
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- Quantity of refrigerant removed/added (in kg)
- Leak test conducted
Name of specialist
company / certified
engineer
Signature of expert
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54.Maintenance / cleaning
Although heat pumps are considered low-maintenance heating systems,
regular periodic maintenance work offers advantages.
•
Operational reliability is maintained.
•
A consistently high seasonal performance factor is achieved.
•
Low fault rate.
•
The service life of system components can be prolonged.
•
Possible damage or faults are detected early.
•
Heating convenience is assured in the long-term.
•
Legal requirements are met.
Overview of maintenance work
Cleaning
Clean dirt filter in heating circuit
Clean heat pump casing and interior
Clean fins on evaporator of air heat pump
Clean condensate pan
Clean condensate drain
BWL-1S(B)
Completed
x
x
x
x
x
Function and visual checks
Visual check on all water-carrying parts for leaks
Check settings for heating control unit and switching times
Check heating circuit pressure and function of heating circuit DEV
(pre-charge pressure)
x
x
x
Checks, display values
Visually check electrical connections / plug-in connections /
wiring for damage
x
Check that threaded electrical connections are firmly attached
x
x
Temperature sensors (appliance sensors)
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54.Maintenance / cleaning
Cleaning the evaporator on
the BWL-1S(B)
Please note
In areas with high concentrations of dust or pollen, shorter cleaning intervals
may be necessary alongside the mandatory annual inspection and cleaning, in
order to ensure that the system operates efficiently. Adjust the cleaning interval
to suit the local conditions.
The evaporator must be checked annually for dirt/contamination and cleaned if
necessary. Wet cleaning with a commercially available garden hose is recommended.
Contaminated fins may reduce the system's transfer performance and consequently its
energy efficiency, and in the worst case scenario may result in system failure.
When cleaning, ideally use a wide nozzle with a spray angle of 15° -20°. To prevent
damage to the fins, direct the water spray at the evaporator surface from the front at an
angle of 90°. When cleaning, the water pressure should not exceed 2 - 3 bar.
Please note
Cleaning the condensate pan /
condensate drain
Never spray the fins from the side, as this may cause them to become deformed
or bent. Maintain a distance of approx. 20 cm to 30 cm from the evaporator
surface.
Before the heating season, remove any dirt (leaves, twigs, sludge, etc.) from the
condensate drain.
Before opening the appliance, ensure that all power circuits are isolated from
the power supply.
When cleaning, avoid using sharp or hard objects in order to prevent damage to the
evaporator and condensate pan.
In extreme weather conditions (e.g. drifting snow), ice may occasionally form on the
intake and discharge grilles. In this event, remove any ice and snow from the intake
and discharge areas to ensure the minimum flow rate.
Regularly check and clean the condensate pan to ensure correct drainage. Check
and clean the condensate drain hose. For correct drainage, ensure that there is a
continuous fall.
Cleaning the casing
The appliance can be cleaned with a damp cloth and commercially available detergents.
Never use abrasive cleaners or detergents containing acid or chlorine on the appliance
surfaces.
Cleaning the dirt trap / sludge
separator
Install a sludge separator in the heating return. This ensures that neither particles nor
dirt can get into the plate heat exchanger (condenser) of the heat pump. Condenser
blockages and any resulting high-pressure malfunctions are thereby prevented.
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55.Troubleshooting
General information
Never remove, bypass or otherwise disable any safety or monitoring equipment. Only operate the heat pump in perfect technical
condition. Any faults or damage which impact or might impact upon safety must be remedied immediately by a qualified
contractor. Only replace faulty components and equipment with original Wolf spare parts.
Faults are shown in plain text on the display of the control accessory – AM display module or BM-2 programming unit – and
correspond to the messages listed in the following tables.
A fault symbol on the display (symbol: triangle with exclamation mark) indicates an active fault message. A lock symbol (symbol:
lock) indicates that the current fault message has caused a lockout of the heat pump. The duration of the current message is
also shown.
Please note
Message
12
Boiler sens. faulty
Dur.
20 min
Numberfr.
1
3
Faults must only be repaired by
qualified personnel. If a fault message is
acknowledged several times without the
cause of the problem being repaired, this can
lead to component or system damage.
The control unit automatically acknowledges
faults such as faulty temperature sensors or
other sensors if the part concerned has been
replaced and plausible test values have been
supplied.
Procedure for faults:
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Read fault message
Determine cause of fault using the table below and remedy it
Reset fault with "Fault reset" button or in the contractor menu under "Acknowledge fault".
Check that the system is functioning correctly
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Fault
code
Short designation
Possible cause
Remedy
12
Boiler sens. faulty
Flow temperature (T_boiler) outside
permissible range (0 … 95 °C)
Check flow temperature (T_boiler)
Cable to sensor is faulty
Check cable and plug-in connection
Sensor faulty
Check / replace sensor
DHW cylinder temperature outside
permissible range (0 … 95 °C)
Check DHW cylinder temperature
Cable to sensor is faulty
Check cable and plug-in connection
Sensor is not correctly positioned at
measuring point
Check position of sensor and if necessary
insert sensor correctly
Sensor faulty
Check / replace sensor
14
15
16
DHW sensor faulty
Outs. sensor faulty
T_return
Outside temperature outside permissible
range (-39 … 50 °C)
Cable to sensor is faulty
Check cable and plug-in connection
Sensor faulty
Check / replace sensor
Return temperature outside permissible
range (0 … 95 °C)
Check return temperature
Cable to sensor is faulty
Check cable and plug-in connection
Sensor faulty
Check / replace sensor
32
Power failure 23 V
23V power supply failure
Contact service engineer
35
BCC missing
Appliance type connector missing
Insert suitable appliance type connector
37
BCC incompatible
Wrong appliance type connector
Insert suitable appliance type connector
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Max. cylinder
heating time
The maximum cylinder heat time is longer
than permitted
Cylinder sensor (T_DHW): Check position and
insert correctly if necessary
Check parameter WP022 and adjust if
necessary
Descale cylinder
78
101
Header sensor
fault
Elec. heating
Header temperature outside permissible
range (0 … 95 °C)
Cable to sensor is faulty
Check cable and plug-in connection
Sensor is not correctly positioned at
measuring point
Check position of sensor and insert correctly
if necessary
Sensor faulty
Check / replace sensor
Electric booster heater not connected
Check cable and plug-in connection
Acknowledge fault if WP090 = OFF
High limit safety cut-out of the electric heating
has tripped:
Before commissioning the heat pump
Perform reset of high limit safety cut-out on
electric heating
Scale build-up in electric heating
Have the notes in the installation instructions
regarding hot water treatment been observed?
Perform reset of high limit safety cut-out on
electric heating, after max. 3x resets, replace
electric heating.
Air in the electric heating
Dry fire, replace the electric heating rod
104
Fan
Fan communication interrupted (ODU)
Contact service engineer
107
HC pressure
Pressure in heating circuit outside
permissible range (0.5 ... 3.0 bar)
Check pressure in heating circuit
Cable to pressure sensor faulty
Check cable and plug-in connection
Pressure sensor faulty
Replace pressure sensor
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Fault
code
Short designation
Possible cause
Remedy
108
Low pressure
Low pressure fault (ODU)
(refrigerant circuit / intake gas side)
Contact service engineer
109
High pressure
High pressure fault (ODU)
(refrigerant circuit / hot gas side)
Contact service engineer
110
T_intake gas
(AWO)
Refrigerant temperature outside permissible
range
Cable to sensor is faulty
Sensor faulty
Check cable and plug-in connection
Check refrigerant temperature
Check / replace sensor
111
T_hot gas
Hot gas temperature outside permissible
range (ODU)
Contact service engineer
112
T_supply air
Supply air temperature outside permissible
range (ODU)
Contact service engineer
116
ESM (E1)
External fault reported at programmable input Rectify the external fault
E1
Check cable and plug-in connection
118
PCB
interrupted
BUS connection of AWO BUS interrupted,
no communication with ODU
No power supply to ODU
Check power cable of AWO BUS cable and
plug-in connections
Check ODU power supply
119
Defrost energy
Defrost energy in heating circuit too low
during defrosting
Check heating circuit flow rate and electric
heating, if necessary briefly reduce the heating
circuit volume
124
AWO pressure
sensor
Pressure outside permissible range
Check condenser temperature
125
Boiler sensor AWO
Cable to sensor is faulty
Check cable and plug-in connection
Flow temperature (AWO T_boiler) outside
permissible range
Check flow temperature (AWO T_boiler)
Cable to sensor is faulty
Check cable and plug-in connection
Sensor faulty
Check / replace sensor
126
Evaporator
Evaporator temperature outside permissible
temperature sensor range (ODU)
Contact service engineer
127
Refrigerant inlet
Refrigerant inlet temperature outside
temperature sensor permissible range (ODU)
Contact service engineer
128
ODU
ODU or ODU component faulty
Contact service engineer
129
Compressor
Compressor faulty (ODU)
Contact service engineer
130
Invalid model
Invalid assignment of parameters to outdoor
unit (ODU)
Contact service engineer
131
Excess
temperature, heat
exchanger
Temperature for heat exchanger of indoor
unit or outdoor unit is too high
Automatic reset by control unit
132
System
System fault in IDU (AWO)
Fault message is only for additional
information
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56.Abbreviations / key
Abbreviations / key
0-10V/On-Off
- Input for external demand
A1
OTS
AWO
BCC
BM-2
BVG
BWL-1SB
BWL-1S
C1
C2
COM
DFL HC
E1 / E2
eBUS
eHz
EVU
GTS
BMS
GND
HCM-3
HK 1
HCP
HP
HTG
IDU
SPF
L0
Ni
N0
MaxTh
MC 1
MCP
MM
ODU
PWM
RL
RTS
RT
HTS
SColS
SCylS
SG
SCP
SM1
CTS
TW
PWM
FS
VL
VT
DHW
ZHP
Timer
- Programmable output 1
- Outside temperature sensor
- Indoor module printed circuit board
- Appliance type connector
- Programming unit
- Bioline wood gasification boiler
- Bioline split air heat pump, without electric heating
- Bioline split air heat pump, with electric heating
- Bus connection for outdoor module BWL-1S-10/14
- Bus connection for outdoor module BWL-1S-10/14
- Bus connection for outdoor module BWL-1s-07
- Heating circuit flow rate
- Programmable input 1 / input 2
- eBus bus system
- Electric booster heater
- Input for blocking by power supply utility
- Appliance type connector (parameter plug)
- Building management system
- Earth (ground)
- Control PCB in indoor module
- Heating circuit 1
- Heating circuit pump
- Heating period
- Heating
- Indoor module
- Seasonal performance factor
- 230 V mains supply for outdoor unit
- Bus connection for outdoor module BWL-1s-07
- 230 V mains supply for outdoor unit
- Maximum thermostat
- Mixer circuit 1
- Mixer circuit pump
- Mixer motor or mixer module
- Outdoor module
- PWM switching of the ZHP
- Return
- Return temperature sensor
- Room thermostat
- Header return temperature sensor
- Collector temperature sensor (solar thermal system)
- Cylinder temperature sensor (solar thermal system)
- Smart grid
- Solar circuit pump
- Solar module 1
- Cylinder temperature sensor
- Dew point monitor
- Fan or pump speed
- Flow temperature sensor
- Flow
- Previous day
- Domestic hot water
- Feed/heating circuit pump (appliance pump)
- DHW circulation remote control or DHW circulation pump
(Zirkomat)
- DHW circulation pump 100 % (continuous operation)
DHW circulation pump 20 % (2 mins on, 8 mins off)
DHW circulation pump 50 % (5 mins on, 5 mins off)
- DHW circulation pump
- Additional heat generator
3way div vlv htg/clg - 3-way diverter valve for heating/cooling
3way div vlv htg/
- 3-way diverter valve for heating/DHW
DHW
Timer100
Timer20
Timer50
Z1
Add ht gn
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Supplier’s name or trade mark
Supplier’s model identifier
Seasonal space heating energy efficiency class
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Wolf GmbH
Wolf GmbH
BWL-1S07/230V
BWL-1S10/400V
BWL-1S14/400V
BWL-1SB07/230V
A++
A++
A++
A++
Rated heat output under average climate
conditions
Prated
kW
7
10
12
7
Seasonal space heating energy efficiency
under average climate conditions
ηs
%
180
195
178
180
Annual energy consumption under average
climate conditions
QHE
kWh
2,068
2,997
3,969
2,068
Sound power level, indoors
LWA
dB
42
42
44
42
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instruction
See installation
instruction
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instruction
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instruction
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or maintained
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Rated heat output under colder climate conditions
Prated
kW
7
11
11
7
Rated heat output under warmer climate conditions
Prated
kW
7
10
13
7
Seasonal space heating energy efficiency
under colder climate conditions
ηs
%
139
142
136
139
Seasonal space heating energy efficiency
under warmer climate conditions
ηs
%
239
252
160
239
Annual energy consumption under colder climate conditions
QHE
kWh
4,287
6,120
6,848
4,287
Annual energy consumption under warmer
climate conditions
QHE
kWh
1,687
2,119
4,244
1,687
Sound power level, outdoors
LWA
dB
61
60
61
61
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Supplier’s name or trade mark
Supplier’s model identifier
Seasonal space heating energy efficiency class
Wolf GmbH
BWL-1SB10/230V
Wolf GmbH
BWL-1SB10/400V
Wolf GmbH
BWL-1SB14/230V
Wolf GmbH
BWL-1SB14/400V
A++
A++
A++
A++
Rated heat output under average climate
conditions
Prated
kW
10
10
12
12
Seasonal space heating energy efficiency
under average climate conditions
ηs
%
150
195
150
178
Annual energy consumption under average
climate conditions
QHE
kWh
3,583
2,997
4,206
3,969
Sound power level, indoors
LWA
dB
42
42
44
44
See installation
instruction
See installation
instruction
See installation
instruction
See installation
instruction
Any specific precautions that shall be taken
when the space heater is assembled, installed
or maintained
Rated heat output under colder climate conditions
Prated
kW
Rated heat output under warmer climate conditions
Prated
kW
Seasonal space heating energy efficiency
under colder climate conditions
ηs
%
Seasonal space heating energy efficiency
under warmer climate conditions
ηs
%
Annual energy consumption under colder climate conditions
QHE
kWh
Annual energy consumption under warmer
climate conditions
QHE
kWh
3,061
2,119
3,061
4,244
Sound power level, outdoors
LWA
dB
61
60
61
61
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11
12
13
142
171
252
136
195
160
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Product group: BWL-1S(B) (55°C)
Supplier’s name or trade mark
Supplier’s model identifier
Seasonal space heating energy efficiency class
Wolf GmbH
Wolf GmbH
Wolf GmbH
BWL-1S07/230V
BWL-1S10/400V
BWL-1S14/400V
BWL-1SB07/230V
A++
A++
A++
A**
Rated heat output under average climate
conditions
Prated
kW
6
11
13
6
Seasonal space heating energy efficiency
under average climate conditions
ηs
%
133
130
131
133
Annual energy consumption under average
climate conditions
QHE
kWh
2690
4569
5437
2690
Sound power level, indoors
LWA
dB
42
42
44
42
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instruction
See installation
instruction
See installation
instruction
See installation
instruction
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or maintained
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Rated heat output under colder climate conditions
Prated
kW
7
12
11
7
Rated heat output under warmer climate conditions
Prated
kW
7
9
11
7
Seasonal space heating energy efficiency
under colder climate conditions
ηs
%
105
105
112
105
Seasonal space heating energy efficiency
under warmer climate conditions
ηs
%
143
174
158
143
Annual energy consumption under colder climate conditions
QHE
kWh
5213
9125
7439
5313
Annual energy consumption under warmer
climate conditions
QHE
kWh
2717
2862
3765
2717
Sound power level, outdoors
LWA
dB
61
60
61
61
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Supplier’s name or trade mark
Supplier’s model identifier
Seasonal space heating energy efficiency class
Wolf GmbH
BWL-1SB10/230V
Wolf GmbH
BWL-1SB10/400V
Wolf GmbH
BWL-1SB14/230V
Wolf GmbH
BWL-1SB14/400V
A+
A++
A+
A++
Rated heat output under average climate
conditions
Prated
kW
10
11
11
13
Seasonal space heating energy efficiency
under average climate conditions
ηs
%
111
130
111
131
Annual energy consumption under average
climate conditions
QHE
kWh
4711
4569
5619
5437
Sound power level, indoors
LWA
dB
42
42
44
44
See installation
instruction
See installation
instruction
See installation
instruction
See installation
instruction
Any specific precautions that shall be taken
when the space heater is assembled, installed
or maintained
Rated heat output under colder climate conditions
Prated
kW
Rated heat output under warmer climate conditions
Prated
kW
Seasonal space heating energy efficiency
under colder climate conditions
ηs
%
Seasonal space heating energy efficiency
under warmer climate conditions
ηs
%
Annual energy consumption under colder climate conditions
QHE
kWh
Annual energy consumption under warmer
climate conditions
QHE
kWh
3904
2862
5083
3765
Sound power level, outdoors
LWA
dB
61
60
61
61
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11
13
11
105
135
174
112
135
158
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58.Technical parameters according to
EU regulation no. 813/2013
Type
BWL-1S(B)-07/230V BWL-1S(B)-10/400V BWL-1S(B)-14/400V BWL-1SB-10/230V
BWL-1SB-14/230V
Air-to-water heat pump
[yes/no]
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
Water-to-water heat pump
[yes/no]
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
Brine-to-water heat pump
[yes/no]
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
Low-temperature heat pump
[yes/no]
no
yes
no
yes
no
yes
no
yes
no
yes
Equipped with a supplementary
heater
[yes/no]
yes/no
yes/no
yes/no
yes/no
yes/no
yes/no
yes/no
yes/no
yes/no
yes/no
Heat pump combination heater
[yes/no]
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
Values shall be declared for medium-temperature application (55°C)/low-temperature application (35°C)
for average climate conditions
Item
Symbol
Unit
55°C
35°C
55°C
35°C
55°C
35°C
55°C
35°C
55°C
35°C
Prated
kW
6
7
11
10
13
12
10
10
11
12
Tj= -7°C
Pdh
kW
6,0
5,9
8,3
8,5
9,2
11,0
8,0
9,0
7,9
9,8
Tj= +2°C
Pdh
kW
3,5
3,7
5,2
5,5
7,3
6,7
5,1
5,5
6,8
6,7
Tj= +7°C
Pdh
kW
2,9
2,8
4,5
5,0
4,7
5,1
4,6
4,8
4,7
4,9
Tj= +12°C
Pdh
kW
3,1
3,4
5,1
5,9
4,9
5,1
5,6
5,8
5,5
5,2
Tj= bivalent temperature
Pdh
kW
4,7
5,9
8,0
9,3
8,9
10,8
7,8
7,9
8,3
8,9
Tj= operation limit temperature
Pdh
kW
5,5
6,6
8,2
9,3
9,4
10,8
6,8
9,1
6,8
8,7
For air-to-water heat pumps Tj =
-15°C (if TOL < -20°C)
Pdh
kW
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Bivalent temperature
Tbiv
°C
-3
-7
-3
-8
-3
-8
-5
-5
-3
-4
Seasonal space heating energy
efficiency
ns
%
133
180
130
195
131
178
111
150
111
150
Tj= -7°C
COPd
-
2,11
2,96
2,05
2,97
2,03
2,86
1,64
2,52
1,61
2,23
Tj= +2°C
COPd
-
3,41
4,33
3,22
5,00
3,25
4,04
2,89
3,63
3,01
3,93
Tj= +7°C
COPd
-
4,12
5,95
4,30
6,21
4,77
6,68
4,10
5,34
4,29
5,51
Tj= +12°C
COPd
-
5,31
7,21
5,30
7,36
5,20
8,58
5,23
7,32
4,95
5,27
Tj= bivalent temperature
COPd
-
2,60
2,96
2,51
3,08
2,51
2,86
1,85
2,84
2,01
2,82
Tj= operation limit temperature
COPd
-
1,85
2,66
1,86
2,81
1,86
2,86
1,38
2,10
1,38
2,04
For air-to-water heat pumps Tj =
-15°C (if TOL < -20°C)
COPd
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
For air-to-water heat pumps:
Operation limit temperature
TOL
°C
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
Heating water operating limit
temperature
WTOL
°C
55
55
55
55
55
55
55
55
55
55
Power consumption in modes
other than active mode: Off
mode
POFF
kW
0,007
0,007
0,026
0,026
0,026
0,026
0,026
0,026
0,026
0,026
Power consumption in modes
other than active mode:
Thermostat-off mode
PTO
kW
0,011
0,011
0,026
0,026
0,026
0,026
0,026
0,026
0,026
0,026
Power consumption in modes
other than active mode: Standby
mode
PSB
kW
0,010
0,010
0,026
0,026
0,026
0,026
0,026
0,026
0,026
0,026
Power consumption in modes
other than active mode:
Crankcase heater mode
PCK
kW
0,000
0,000
0,000
0,000
0,000
0,000
0,000
0,000
0,000
0,000
Supplementary heater: Rated
heat output
Psup
kW
0,9 / 0,0
0,1 / 0,0
2,6 / 0,0
0,8 / 0,0
3,5 / 0,0
2,8 / 0,0
2,84 / 0,0
0,7 / 0,0
4,61 / 0,0
2,9 / 0,0
-
-
Rated heat output (*)
Declared capacity for heating for
part load at indoor temperature
20°C and outdoor temperature
Declared coefficient of
performance or primary energy
ratio for part load at indoor
temperature 20°C and outdoor
temperature
Type of energy input
electrical
electrical
electrical
electrical
variable
variable
variable
variable
electrical
Capacity control
fixed/variable
Sound power level, indoors
LWA
dB
42
42
42
42
44
44
42
42
44
44
Sound power level, outdoors
LWA
dB
61
61
60
60
61
61
61
61
61
61
For air-to-water heat pumps:
Rated air flow rate, outdoors
-
m3/h
2600
2600
3500
3500
4200
4200
3800
3800
3800
3800
For water-/brine-to-water heat
pumps: Rated brine or water
flow rate
-
m3/h
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Contact details
variable
Wolf GmbH, Industriestraße 1, D-84048 Mainburg
(*) For heat pump space heaters and heat pump combination heaters, the rated heat output Prated is equal to the design load for heating Pdesignh, and the rated heat output of a supplementary
heater Psup is equal to the supplementary capacity for heating sup(Tj).
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
(to DIN EN ISO/DIN 17050-1)
Number:3064298
Issued by:
Wolf GmbH
Address:
Industriestrasse 1, D-84048 Mainburg
Product:
Split - air/water heat pump
BWL-1S(B)-07/230V
BWL-1S(B)-10/400V
BWL-1S(B)-14/400V
BWL-1S(B)-10/230V
BWL-1S(B)-14/230V
The product described above conforms to the requirements specified in the following documents:
DIN EN 349
DIN EN 378
DIN EN ISO 12100
DIN EN 14511
DIN EN 60335-1,10/2012
DIN EN 60335-2-40, 01/2014
DIN EN 60529
DIN EN 60730-1
DIN EN 55014-1, 05/2010
DIN EN 55014-2, 06/2009
In accordance with the following Directives
2006/42/EG Machinery Directive
2006/95/EC Low Voltage Directive
2004/108/EC EMC Directive
2009/125/EG (ErP Directive)
2011/65/EU (RoHS Directive)
this product is identified as follows:
Mainburg, 15.07.2015
Gerdewan Jacobs
Engineering Director
pp. Klaus Grabmaier
Product approval
Wolf GmbH
Postfach 1380 • D-84048 Mainburg • Tel. +49-8751/74-0 • Fax +49-8751/741600
Internet: www.wolf-heiztechnik.de
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