INSTALLATION OPERATING & MAINTENANCE MANUAL FLATAIR

INSTALLATION OPERATING & MAINTENANCE MANUAL FLATAIR
INSTALLATION
OPERATING&
MAINTENANCEMANUAL
FLATAIR
REMOTE
CONTROLLER
English
June 2002
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CONTENTS
PAGE
• GENERAL DESCRIPTION
• TERMINAL-THERMOSTAT INSTALLATION
• USER INTERFACE DESCRIPTION
• SELECTING UNIT OPERATING MODE AND SET-POINT
• SELECTING THE TEMPERATURE SET-POINT CATEGORY
• CLOCK AND TIME BANDS (AS AN OPTION)
• PARAMETERS, STATUS AND READINGS (PROGRAMMING)
• DEFROST MANAGEMENT
• ALARM CODES
• REMOTE SENSORS (AS AN OPTION)
• POWER BOARD OF THE SYSTEM
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7-8-9
10-11-12
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GENERAL DESCRIPTION
This electronic control is organised into two integrated systems: a terminal, installed in the room, and a power board
for managing the actuators in the electrical panel. The terminal is connected to the power board using a two-lead
cable, thus greatly simplifying installation.
AIR CONDITIONING UNIT
Electrical panel in the unit
Two-lead shield cable
Power board
Terminal-Thermostat
Installed in the room (*)
(*)If a remote sensor is requested as an option, the terminal-thermostat can be installed in a different place from
the room to be conditioned
IMPORTANT
Since this type of control panel is factory-configured for each application, an identification code located on the
control panel of the terminal itself has been given to each panel.
Any query or request for a replacement of the control panel must be accompanied by this identification
code.
IDENTIFICATION CODE FOR THE TERMINAL-THERMOSTAT
BASIC TERMINAL NAME
ACCESSORIES
A 11 1
Type of control
Configuration
No. of speeds of the indoor fan
Version
(INTERNAL FACTORY CODES)
Application
C: Cooling only
H: Heat pump
No. of cold stages
No. of heat stages
P: Programmable
(Programming schedule)
Your new LENNOX Thermostat has been designed to provide accurate control and display of room
temperature. In addition, it will also display all relevant information pertaining to your system.
The clearly marked buttons and informative display make it extremely easy to understand and simple to use.
Please take a few moments to read the brief instructions and familiarise yourself with the various functions in order
to obtain maximum benefit from this truly unique electronic control.
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TERMINAL-THERMOSTAT INSTALLATION
For correct installation the following warnings must be heeded:
• Always disconnect the power supply before performing any operations on the board during assembly, maintenance
or replacement.
• The terminal should be fastened to the wall vertically, allowing for air to circulate through the instrument's ventholes, in order to detect the correct ambient temperature
• Avoid places where the measurement of the ambient temperature by the internal sensor may be altered, such
as outside walls, near doors leading outside, in direct sunlight, etc.
Terminal installation
The installation procedure is as following:
1º To detach the front panel of the terminal from the rear shell, insert a flat-head screwdriver in the slot in the centre
of the bottom of the box and release the locking flap
2º Raise the front panel using a “hinge” movement, using the upper edge of the instrument as the pivot and raising
the lower edge
Sub-base
3º To fasten the rear part of the box to the wall, place the hole in the centre of the box over the cables for the control
of the instrument which come out of the wall. The placement of the mounting holes has been designed to allow
the instrument to be fixed onto a box conforming to standards CEI C.431 - IEC 670. If this is not available, use
the mounting holes on the shell as a guide for drilling holes into the wall and then use the screw and plug kit
supplied.
The cables for connection to the power board must be kept separate from other cables,
2
using an individual cable channel; and use shielded cables, with a cross-section of 1mm.
AIR CONDITIONING UNIT
Two-lead shielded cable
2
with a cross-section of 1mm.
Terminal-Thermostat
Installed in the room
Maximum length allowed is 150m
4ºConnect the cables to the terminals on the rear shell of the box,
as indicated in, and in electrical diagram.
When making the connection to the power board special
attention must be paid to the polarity; the T+ terminal must
be connected to the T+ terminal on the power board; similarly
for the T- terminal (If the cables are connected in the opposite
order the instrument will not be damaged).
Power board
Electrical panel in the unit
Sub-base
T+
T-
To PCB in electrical panel
of air conditioning unit
5º Finally, close the instrument, moving the front panel onto the rear shell with a “hinge” movement, in the opposite
way as used for opening. First the long side of the front panel near the display is snapped onto the rear shell,
then the opposite side, being careful that the terminal pins slide into their corresponding female terminals.
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USER INTERFACE DESCRIPTION
THE CONTROL IS ACTIVE 5 SECONDS AFTER THE UNIT
POWER IS SWITCHED ON
FUNCTIONS OF THE BUTTONS
AND
BUTTONS
These are placed on the front panel of the instrument. These allow the immediate setting of the desired temperature
(set-point), and with them the parameters could be modified.
While unit is ON:
If both button are pressed together for more than a second, the display will show up the software version for five
seconds
If both button are pressed together for one second, the display will show up the set point in place of the room
temperature.
SIDE BUTTONS
These buttons allow access to all the other functions of the control.
Display
clock
Side buttons
and
set
set
1
mode
fan
buttons
aut
M T W T Fr S S
hold
resume
Indicates change value
of parameters
Room temperature or set point display
Indicates set point display
Thermometer associated to
temperature measurement
Fan operation indicator
set
Temperature probe
measurement
1
aut
M T W T Fr S S
Fan operating mode
Heating ON
Cooling ON
Day of week
Unit OFF
ITime-band indication
Mode: "absence","comfort", "night"
Indicates operating mode / clock / User parameters
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SELECTING UNIT OPERATTING MODE AND SET-POINT TEMPERATURE
A ) SELECTING THE UNIT'S OPERATING MODE
clock
set
mode
fan
hold
resume
The operating mode is always indicated on the display
Pressing the mode button repeatedly you can change the unit operating mode
COOL: The unit is working on cooling mode, when compressor is working
symbol will appear on the
display
HEAT: The unit is working on heating mode, when compressor or electrical heater are working
symbol
will appear on the display
AUTO:The system automatically switches from cooling to heating mode, depending on the position of
the ambient temperature in respect to the set-point.
FAN: Fan control only; When fan is working the symbol
will appear
OFF:The thermostat switches the unit off, the symbol
appear on the display
The operating mode selected is active 5 seconds from setting,
when the respective sign stops flashing.
B ) SELECTING DESIRED ROOM TEMPERATURE (SET-POINT)
set
If unit is working, the
or
buttons allow to select the desired room temperature (set-point)
The button
allow the increase of the current set-point by 0.5ºC
The button
allow the decrease of the current set-point by 0.5ºC
C ) SELECTING THE FAN OPERATING MODE
To be able to select a fan operating mode, cool, heat or auto unit's operating mode must be selected
Pressing FAN button scrolls through the following modes: FAN CONSTANTLY ON, or AUTO
AUTO:
Fan on and off together with the compressor, the symbol
FAN CONSTANTLY ON
Fan is continuous ON, the symbol
1
aut
lights up for 5 seconds
lights up for 5 seconds
set
1
aut
Fan operanting mode
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SELECTING THE TEMPERATURE SET POINT CATEGORY
SELECTING THE TEMPERATURE SET POINT CATEGORY
After COOL, HEAT or AUTO, operating mode have been selected, pressing set button select the set point category.
There are 3 possible set-point categories available
1- Comfort set-point (indicated by the symbol
):
Is the reference room desired temperature (set-point)
2-Brief absence set-point (indicated by the symbol
):
Typically used when the room is not occupied for a sort period of time
3- Night-time set-point (indicated by the symbol
):
The room is occupied yet a lower level of comfort is required
The default set-point values for the various categories are:
CATEGORY
COMFORT
SET HEAT
SET COOL
Desired room temperature
(set-point 23ºC)
Desired room temperature
(set-point 23ºC)
BRIEF
Increase 4ºC the set point selected
on comfort category
Decrease 4ºC the set point selected
on comfort category
NIGHT
Increase 2ºC the set point selected
on comfort category
Decrease 2ºC the set point selected
on comfort category
How to change the desired temperature (set-point) for the differente categories?
Pressing the SET button in manual operating mode select comfort category
. During the time the symbol is
flashing and pressing the front button
and
changes the currently set-point used by the control. This is the
set-point reference for the rest of the categories:
Following the same steps we can select the categories: brif absence
, or night
, and with the
and
buttons assign the value between 0ºC to 10ºC for each category, which means the degrees encrease or decrease
from the comfort category set point .
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CLOCK AND TIME BANDS (AS AN OPTION)
This electronic control with clock fuction, is a programmable terminal (programming the time bands).
With this terminal set-point desired can be set for 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
This programable operation is optional, and must be specified at the time of order.
Proceed as follow to program the time bands:
1º Set the actual time, to make one, when terminal is installed for the first time.
clock
set
clock
Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
clock
set
Mo
set
mode
mode
fan
fan
fan
hold
hold
hold
resume
resume
resume
Press
clock
The days are scrolled
using and buttons
mode
Press clock
to accept
Select actual hour and minutes
with and buttons
Press clock
to accept
There are 6 possible time bands, indicated respectively by the letters t1-t2-t3-t4-t5-t6. The bands may be at different
times for each day of the week and at different set-points, yet must be chosen from the three categories previously
programmed.
EXAMPLE:
The table below shows an example of time bands clock for a week.
Mo
(Monday)
Tu
We
Th
(Tuesday) (Wednesday) (Thursday)
Fr
(Friday)
t1 8:00
8:00
8:00
8:00
8:00
t2 14:00
14:00
14:00
14:00
t3 16:00
16:00
16:00
t4 18:00
18:00
t5 20:00
t6 22:00
Sa
Su
(Saturday) (Sunday)
8:00
8:00
14:00
22:00
22:00
16:00
16:00
---
---
18:00
18:00
18:00
---
---
20:00
20:00
20:00
20:00
---
---
22:00
22:00
22:00
22:00
---
---
Ussing the table below, to design your own programming schedule.
Mo
(Monday)
Tu
We
Th
(Tuesday) (Wednesday) (Thursday)
t1
t2
t3
t4
t5
t6
7
Fr
(Friday)
Sa
Su
(Saturday) (Sunday)
CLOCK AND TIME BANDS PROGRAMMING
PROGRAMMING PROCESS
clock
set
mode
Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
clock
fan
Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
hold
1
resume
set
mode
2
fan
hold
To set a program, Press clock for 5
seconds, t1 will show on the display
resume
clock
set
Mo
mode
3
Mo (Monday)
Tu (Tuesday)
We (Wednesday)
Th (Thursday)
Fr (Friday)
Sa (Saturday)
Su (Sunday)
Set the program start day with
the
and
buttons, and
press clock to accept.
Set the start hour and minutes
for the first band with the
and
buttons,
and press clock to accept
fan
hold
resume
clock
Mo
set
mode
4
Set the set point category for
the band with the
and
buttons, while flashing, press
clock to accept
fan
hold
resume
The display shows
clock
Other time bands for the
same day are scrolled by
pressing clock
set
mode
Mo
fan
hold
You
have already programmed the 6
resume
time band for the current day
Pressing
and
buttons
clock
set
Mo
mode
Stops the programming for that
day, lets you start programming
another.
fan
hold
Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
resume
Use
and
buttons to scroll to the other days, which
flash in turn, thus extending same program to the selected
days.
clock
set
mode
Confirmining
the days using
the clock
button.
fan
hold
clock
Mo
set
mode
Continue to
program the
remaining days.
fan
Pressing
and
buttons
hold
resume
clock
set
mode
fan
To exit programming
mode and accept the
modifications to the
parameters. press the
hold button
hold
resume
8
resume
The time interval identified by time
current band is shown on the display
using the clock symbol, divided into
1-hour sections. Thus, the time band
from 12 to 7 o’clock is indicated as
follows
set
Mo
CLOCK AND TIME BANDS PROGRAMMING
After all time bands have been programed and unit it is working on any of them, there are two ways to change
the desired set-point for the time-band currently in use:
A) Change the desired set-point of the current time-band for three hours.
The desired set-point can be changed, using the
and
buttons, and will remain for three hours. Press
resume button to return to time band operation before the three hours elapse.
set
Mo
Change set-point
using the front buttons
set
HRS
Shows the time band during the set point will be
setted.
After three hours, the controller returns to the programmed settings
B) Change the desired set-point for an unlimited period
clock
set
set
mode
fan
hold
resume
Press hold
The set-point will remain, until
resume button is pressed to return
to time band operation
Change set-point
using the front buttons
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PROGRAMMING THE PARAMETERS
All modifications on the operating unit parameters, must be carried out by qualified personnel.
Incorrect programming of the parameters may cause damage to the unit. And consecuently
the loss of guarantee of the unit.
Procced as follow, to reach to the operating parameters of the unit:
Step 1
Step 2
Step3
Step 4
Step 5
clock
clock
clock
set
set
set
mode
mode
mode
fan
fan
fan
hold
hold
hold
resume
resume
resume
Pressing simultaneous both set
and hold buttons,
the display shows the first of the
unit operating parameters.
The parameters
are scrolled
using the front
buttons
The modifications
are accepted by
pressing set again
Parameters
can be
changed while
they are
flashing.
Press set
to accept
modifications
To continue modifying other operating parameters follow steps 2-3-4.
To exit programming mode and accept the modifications to the parameters, press the hold button.
To exit programming mode, and NOT accept the modifications to the parameters, press the resume button, or wait
for 1 minute (the final 15 seconds are signalled by the flashing of the characters on the display)
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PROGRAMMING
The table below gives the following information for each parameter.
COD: The code which appears on the display
The field variation for the parameters,
MIN: Maximum value for the parameter
MAX:Minimum value for the parameter
UNIT: The units of measure used.
C=Centigrade, F=Fahrenheit, s= seconds, min=minutes, h=hours, Khrs=hoursx1000
VAR.: Mínimum variation allowed
DEF: The default value, factory set.
COD
S4
VALUES
MIN MAX UNIT VAR. DEF
DESCRIPTION
Regulation probe calibration.
Value to be added to/subtracted fromthe value measured by the
temperature probe used for the control (sensor)
-12
12
C/F
0.5
0
S6
Input digital filter, filter for analoge inputs, S6=1 the faster.
1
15
---
1
1
S7
Unit for measure temperature
S7=0 the temperatue is visualized on ºC
S7=1 the temperatue is visualized ºF
0
1
---
1
0
S8
Indicates the presence of an external or internal temperature probe
0
1
---
1
0
R1
Shows the current value on which temperature regulation is based
(set-point)
---
---
C
---
23
R3
Temperature differential cool/heat
2.0
20
C/F
0.5/1
1
R4
Temperature dead zone
0
10
C/F
0.5/1 0,5
R8
Auxiliary element set-point offset
0
50
C/F
0.5/1
2
R9
Auxiliary element differential
1
22
C/F
0.5/1
1
HOW REGULATION PARAMETERS WORK :
Through R1, R3, R4, R8, R9 parameters we set the temperature for which compressor and electrical heater will
turn on, as figure shows.
Unit is working on heating mode
Unit is working on cooling mode
R8=2ºC
R9=1ºC
R3=1ºC
R3=1ºC
R4=0,5ºC
ON
OFF ON
R4=0,5ºC
OFF
Electrical compressor
heater
20,5ºC
21,5ºC
OFF
ON
compressor
22,5ºC
23,5ºC
24,5ºC
Desired temperature (Set Point) R1=23ºC
MODIFICATION SET POINT VALUE
To modify the set-point value, see page 5 on this manual
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PROGRAMMING
VALUES
DESCRIPTION
COD
MIN MAX UNIT VAR. DEF
C5
Hour-counter compressor. Indicates the number of compressor
operating hours.
When 19.900 working hours have been reached, the parameter
starts counting again .
0
19,9
Khrs
---
---
F3
Hour-counter inner fan. Indicates the number of inner fan operating hours.
When 19.900 working hours have been reached, the parameter starts
counting again .
0
19,9 Khrs
---
---
F4
Supply fan operating hours threshold. Establishes the number of inndoor
fan operating hours beyond which the maintenance intervention signal
(alarm thf) is activated.
F4= 0 ; Disables this function, alarm will no be visualized.
F4 values from 1 to 10, number of hours x 1000, of inndoor fan operating
hours
10,0
0,1
0
0
---
Parameters F3/F4 allow setting a number of inner fan operating hours after which the display shows the
alarm code thf, which means air filter should be changed or cleaned.
Therefore parameter F4 should be changed, establising the number of fan operating hours X1000 beyond
wich the maintenance signal thf is activated.
Establishes what is displayed on the field in the top right of the display
H7= 1 Shows the value of the current set-point.
H7= 2 Shows outdoor coil temperature.
H7
1
set
Indoor
temperature
Only for terminal with clock (as an option).
Establishes the display format
H9 =0 THE FORMAT IS 24 HOUR CLOCK
H9 =1 THE FORMAT IS 12 HOUR CLOCK
0
set
Format 24 hours
aut
Format 12 hours
---
---
1
---
1
0
Set-point temperature
or
Outdoor coil temperature
aut
H9
2
AM
PM
12
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DEFROST MANAGEMENT
The defrost process is activated during heating mode in heat pump units, when the outside temperature is low and
the outdoor coil could become frozen.
To melt the ice the defrost function will switch the unit to cooling operation for a short period.
Note: During defrost function, if indoor fan is working, cold air will be supplied into the room. Using S8 parameter,
the indoor fan can be switched off during the defrost process.
VALUES
COD
d8
d13
DESCRIPTION
MIN MAX UNIT VAR. DEF
Establishes the enabling of the indoor fan during the defrost cycle.
d8=0 Disabled (Fan off)
d8=1 Enabled (Fan on)
0
1
---
1
0/1
d13=0 Normal operation for defrost function.
d13=1 Force defrost function to start, defrost function will last for
10minutes.
Any time we turn on to normal operation, set d13 parameter to 0
0
1
---
1
0
Factory setting:
If the unit is not supplied with electrical heater (option), inner fan will turn on during defrost cycle
in this case factory setting is d8=0.
If the unit is supplied with electrical heater (option), inner fan will not turn on during defrost cycle
in this case factory setting is d8=1.
Running of electrical heater is joined with inner fan operation.
DEFROST CYCLE SEQUENCE:
START DEFROST CYCLE
The defrost cycle begins when outdoor probe temperature is below -3ºC more than 1 minute.
END DEFROST CYCLE
The defrost cycle ends when outdoor probe temperature reaches 35ºC
DELAY BETWEEN TWO DEFROST REQUESTS
Time between two defrost cycles is calculated from the end of one to the begining of next , it could be from 18 to
45 minutes, depending on external conditions.
MAXIMUM DEFROST DURATION
10 minutes is the maximum time defrost cycle will be on
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ALARM CODES
The unit self-protect through safety devices, whn any of these safety devices detect an anomaly, shown in the
display in order to advice the installer.
The activation of an alarm brings about:
- The display of the alarm code and the letters "AL", alternating with the display of the temperature
- The blocking of some or all the outputs, depending on the type of alarm.
When more than one alarm is activated at the same time, the display automatically scrolls through the active alarms.
VIS (Visualization) :Indicates the type of alarm shows on the display.
RE (Reset) : Type of reset: To enable the alarms:
AUT: AUTOMATIC RESET: Some alarms are automatically reset, when the cause is no longer present, they
disappear from the display.
MAN: MANUAL RESET: Pressing RESUME button, for more than 5 seconds.
If the alarm conditions have been removed, the instrument returns to the normal operation and the alarm relay is
de-energised. If on the other hand, the alarm conditions persist, then call for technical service.
VIS.
DESCRIPTION
HR F
The number of operating hours of the
supply fan exceeds the maintenence
threshold set by parameter F4, air filter
should be changed
HI T
Indicates that unit is working at high indoor
temperatures
EFFECTS
ACTION
To reset parameter F3, press the
Alarm
"set" button, simultaneously with
visualization
and front buttons
Alarm
visualization
The unit can operate in this situation
only for short periods of time. If this
situation remains, turn off the unit.
RE
MAN.
MAN
LO T
Indicates that unit is working at low indoor
temperatures
E ID
This alarm may indicate the following problems:
- High presostat protection
- Compressor electrical protection
- Indoor fan electrical protection
Unit will
stop
Pressing the "RESUME" button for
5 seconds, until alarm disappeas.
If the alarm shows up again call for
technical service.
MAN
th f
Alarm, indoor fan protection
Unit will
stop
Pressing the "RESUME" button for
5 seconds, until alarm disappeas.
If the alarm shows up again call for
technical service.
MAN
ES R
Terminal does not receive data
communication from the power board
ES T
Turn off power supply and turn on
again.
If the problem persists, call for
technical service
AUT
Power board does not receive data
communication from the terminal
Unit will
stop
E1
Temperature regulation probe error
Unit will
stop
Check the position of jumper J1,
shown on page.15
AUT
E3
Outdoor coil temperature probe error
Unit will
stop
Check probe connections.
Call for technical service.
AUT
The unit has an operating problem,
call for technical service.
AUT
E DF
The defrost process has exceeded the
maximum time specified.
L OP Low pressure protection
Alarm
visualization
Unit will
stop
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When the alarm shows continuously,
MAN
call for technical service.
REMOTE SENSORS (AS AN OPTION)
As an option, there are available two types of remote sensors:
- REMOTE DUCT SENSOR: The sensor should be located at the return air duct , recording the room temperature
continously.
- REMOTE AMBIENT SENSOR: The sensor should be located at the room which has to be conditioned
Both should be used when the terminal-thermostat can be located on a positon where, the room temperature could
not be measure with accuracy Example: High ceiling rooms, or terminal-thermostat on a place different from the
room to be conditioned.
To install them proceed as follow:
STEP 1:
Connect the probe to AVSS y B1 terminal located on the sub-base of the terminal-thermostat..
Sub-base
AVSS
B1
T+
T-
used two-lead hose
2
with section of 1mm,
Sub-base
If connection probe must be longer than
the one supplied
2
use two-lead wire with section of 1mm,
no longer than 20 meters.
Remote ambient sensor
ref: ASW TC 11000
Remote duct sensor
ref: NTCO 15WP00 IP68
STEP 2:
Move the jumper J1, located on the power board of the terminal-thermostat, follow the electrical diagram supplied
with the unit.
Power board of terminal-thermostat
J1
Standard position
Power board of the
terminal-thermostat
Change position
STEP 3:
Change parameter S8 to 1.
STEP 4:
(Only for the optional remote duct sensor)
Select CONT as the fan operating mode, in order that the room temperature will be detected continously, the display
1
shows the symbol.
See page. 5 of this manual to select the fan operating mode.
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POWER BOARD OF THE SYSTEM AT THE ELECTRICAL BOX OF THE AIR-CONDITIONING UNIT
Power supply: 24V ac+10%-15% 50/60Hz
- The board features a signalling green LED which flashes when unit is electrically supplied.
- The centre of the board also houses a jumper J3, which must be setted on the position showed in the electrical
diagram supplied with the unit (between ID COM and INT).
When the jumper is positioned in any other position, the display shows several alarms, check this jumper when
this is repeatted.
-The control features a minimum run timer, which ensures that once started in heating or cooling, the compressor
(and other associated components) remain running for a minimum of 5 minutes. The unit will not respond to a
change in mode for this period of time. This prevents premature wear of components. Please bear this in mind
when carrying out maintenance to the unit.
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POINTS TO KEEP IN MIND
Standard Guidelines to Lennox Refac equipment
All technical data contained in these operating instructions including the diagrams and technical description
remains the property of Lennox Refac and may not be used (except for the purpose of familiarising the user
with the equipment), reproduced, photocopied, transferred or transmitted to third parties without prior written
authorisation from Lennox Refac.
The data published in the operating instructions is based on the latest information available. We reserve the
right to make modifications without notice.
We reserve the right to modify our products without notice without obligation to modify previously supplied
goods.
These operating instructions contain useful and important information for the smooth operation and maintenance
of your equipment.
The instructions also include guidelines on how to avoid accidents and serious damage before commissioning
the equipment and during its operation and how to ensure smooth and fault-free operation. Read the operating
instructions carefully before starting the equipment, familiarise yourself with the equipment and handling of
the installation and carefully follow the instructions. It is very important to be properly trained in handling the
equipment. These operating instructions must be kept in a safe place near the equipment.
Like most equipment, the unit requires regular maintenance. This section concerns the maintenance personnel
and management.
If you have any queries or would like to receive further information on any aspect relating to your equipment,
do not hesitate to contact us.
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BELGIUM :
LENNOX BENELUX N.V./S.A.
tel. : + 32 3 633 30 45
fax : + 32 3 633 00 89
e-mail : info.be@lennoxbenelux.com
CZECH REPUBLIC
:
JANKA LENNOX
tel. : + 420 2 510 88 111
fax : + 420 2 579 10 393
e-mail : janka@janka.cz
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:
LENNOX FRANCE
tel. : + 33 1 64 76 23 23
fax : + 33 1 64 76 35 75
e-mail : marketing.france@lennoxfrance.com
GERMANY :
LENNOX DEUTSCHLAND GmbH
tel. : + 49 69 42 09790
fax : + 49 69 42 09 79 40
e-mail :info.de@lennoxdeutschland.com
GREAT BRITAIN ,
IRELAND :
LENNOX INDUSTRIES LTD
tél. : + 44 1604 599400
fax : + 44 1604 594200
e-mail : ukmarketing@lennoxind.com
NETHERLANDS
LENNOX BENELUX B.V.
tel. : + 31 33 2471 800
fax : + 31 33 2459 220
e-mail : info@lennoxbenelux.com
:
POLAND :
LENNOX POLSKA Sp. z o.o.
tel. : + 48 22 832 26 61
fax : + 48 22 832 26 62
e-mail : info@lennoxpolska.pl
PORTUGAL :
LENNOX CLIMATIZAÇAO LDA.
tel. : +351 22 999 84 60
fax : +351 22 999 84 68
e-mail : marketing@lennoxportugal.com
RUSSIA :
LENNOXDISTRIBUTIONMOSCOW
tel. : + 7 095 246 07 46
fax : + 7 502 933 29 55
e-mail : lennox.dist.moscow@mtu-net.ru
SLOVAKIA :
LENNOX SLOVENSKO
tel. : + 421 2 44 87 19 27
fax : + 421 2 44 88 64 72
e-mail : lennox.slovensko@lennox.sk
SPAIN :
LENNOX REFAC S.A.
tel. : + 34 915 40 18 10
fax : + 34 915 42 84 04
e-mail : marketing@lennox-refac.com
UKRAINE :
OTHER EUROPEAN
COUNTRIES,
AFRICA,
MIDDLE-EAST :
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LENNOX DISTRIBUTION KIEV
tel. : + 380 44 213 14 21
fax : + 380 44 213 14 21
e-mail : jankauk@uct.kiev.ua
LENNOX DISTRIBUTION
tel. : + 33 4 72 23 20 14
fax : + 33 4 72 23 20 28
e-mail : marketing@lennoxdist.com
www.Lennoxeurope.com
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