Duolix Max Operating Manual

Duolix Max Operating Manual
INSTRUCTIONS
412 137
CMV
Family 4
N° 4062
Issue C
Date 01/2011
Certification reference
NF205
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CONTENTS
1.INTRODUCTION.................................................. 3
5. SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE..................... 12
2.PRESENTATION OF YOUR DUOLIX MAX
DOUBLE FLOW UNIT.......................................... 3
5.1. Servicing the Duolix MAX............................ 12
5.1.1. Normal servicing of the Duolix MAX.. 12
2.1.The Duolix unit.............................................. 3
5.2. Maintenance of the remote control............. 13
2.2.The remote control........................................ 4
3. FIRST USE........................................................... 4
3.1.Safety instructions......................................... 4
3.2.The remote control........................................ 4
3.2.1. Prior checks......................................... 4
3.2.2. Position of the remote control.............. 5
4. USING THE REMOTE CONTROL......................... 7
4.1.Presentation.................................................. 7
4.1.1. The front panel.................................... 7
5.2.1. Pairing it to the Duolix MAX.............. 13
5.3. Troubleshooting.......................................... 13
6. WARRANTY – COMPLIANCE........................... 14
6.1. Warranty conditions ................................... 14
6.2. General recommendations ......................... 14
6.2.1. Applications....................................... 14
6.2.2. Transformation.................................. 15
6.2.3. Disposal............................................. 15
6.3.Declaration of compliance........................... 15
4.1.2. The rear............................................... 7
4.2 Duolix MAX programmes............................... 7
4.2.1. Description of the programmes............ 7
4.2.2. Selecting a programme........................ 8
4.3. Ventilation settings........................................ 8
4.3.1. Boosted flow for the kitchen................ 8
4.3.2. Absent programme.............................. 8
4.3.3. Boosted ventilation.............................. 8
4.4. Display of the efficiency of the Duolix MAX... 9
4.4.1. Display of the temperatures................. 9
4.4.2. D
isplay of filter status........................ 10
4.4.3. D
isplay of efficiency and energy
saving................................................ 10
4.5.Disabling the remote control........................ 10
4.6.Advance functions with the remote control .11
4.6.1. Auxiliary control................................. 11
4.6.2. Default display setting....................... 11
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IMPORTANT:
The central unit must be located in the living area
of your home and not in the attic.
Where possible, install the lines inside the area to
be heated.
If this is not possible, they must be insulated with
at least 50 mm of glass wool.
Failure to respect these conditions will impair the
performances of your double flow unit.
1. INTRODUCTION
Congratulations! You have just purchased a Duolix MAX high output, low consumption
double flow central ventilation unit from Atlantic. This central unit will allow you to have
good quality air indoors at all times, whilst saving energy.
Thank you for placing your trust in our products, please read these instructions carefully
before using your product.
This document describes all of the functions of your unit.
Perfect ventilation is now possible with the Atlantic Duolix MAX!
2. PRESENTATION OF YOUR DUOLIX MAX DOUBLE FLOW UNIT
2.1. The Duolix MAX unit
A lack of ventilation causes pollutants to accumulate and this can be damaging to your health,
comfort and your home. (Humidity, CO2 emitted by you and others, damp and dirty carpets and floors,
persistent misting...)
The Double flow CMV is a ventilation system that filters and extracts foul air from service rooms ( the
kitchen, bathroom, WC, laundry room…) and also blows in fresh, filtered air at the same time, into the
living areas (living room, bedroom, office…)
In SUMMER
The new air cools down upon contact
with the extracted air.
It is naturally cooled when it enters
and thus avoids heating your home.
In WINTER
The fresh air collects the heat from the
foul air and is pre-heated when it enters
by the heat exchanger.
• In winter the fresh air is pre-heated by the high efficiency heat
exchanger (92% recovery) when it is 5°C outside and 22°C inside, the
fresh air enters at 21°C.
• T he fresh air enters cool in summer: when it is 30°C outside
and 21°C inside, the fresh air enters at just 22°C.
•Y
our electricity consumption is halved: thanks to its DC motors:
from 24 W-Th-C per motor depending on the layout of your home.
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DETAILS OF YOUR DUOLIX MAX
Construction:
Painted steel housing. White moulded front.
Inside: PSE and insulating polyurethane foam.
High performance counter flow polystyrene heat exchanger.
High efficiency pleated filters F7.
Built-in flow splitter.
Weight: 40 kg.
5 connector holes 125 on top face
fitted with seals:
• 1 fresh air inlet diam 125,
• 1 air outlet diam 125,
• 1 fresh air distribution hole diam. 125,
• 1 air inlet from kitchen diam.125,
• 1 air inlet from sanitary areas diam. 125.
Radio-controlled.
2.2. The remote control
To increase efficiency and your comfort, the Duolix MAX has a nomad remote control
that allows you to manage all functions of your appliance:
- activation of boosted flow in kitchen
- activation of the general boosted ventilation in your home
- reduced ventilation flow when absent
- selection of automatic or manual programmes
- display appliance information (state of filters, inlet/outlet temperature,
efficiency of unit…)
3. FIRST USE
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3.1. Safety instructions
IMPORTANT:
- This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) without experience or
knowledge of it, unless the operation of the appliance has been explained to them by a person in
charge of their safety.
- Children should be watched to ensure they do not play with the appliance.
3.2. The remote control
3.2.1. Prior checks
Fitting the batteries
to the remote control
Ensure that the batteries are fitted
correctly in the remote control.
Fit three 1.5 V alkaline batteries (LR03
AAA type) in the direction shown.
After fitting the batteries, press any
button.
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IMPORTANT:
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IMPORTANT:
There is a risk of explosion if the batteries are replaced with batteries of a different type .
Dispose of used batteries in compliance with the instructions.
The Duolix MAX must be electrically connected and powered before switching on the remote control.
The following screen is displayed:
OK
3.2.2. Position of the remote control
The range of the remote control may vary depending on the obstacles in its path (walls, floors…).
In most cases, its range is sufficient to allow the remote control to be placed anywhere in the home. In
an open area (i.e. with no obstacles) is 100 m.
However the following recommendations should be respected to get the best results from your
appliance.
Recommendations:
• The remote control must not be exposed to sources of humidity (showers, sinks…).
• T he maximum recommended ambient temperature for the remote control must not exceed 40°C
continuously.
• T o ensure it operates correctly, we recommend that the remote control is not placed
of fixed to a metal support.
Quality of signal
The reception signal quality of the remote control can be viewed by pressing the
seconds.
The reception level will be displayed
for one minute if no other button is pressed.
button for 5
If the following screen is displayed, it means that the
remote control is not receiving the signal.
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To improve the signal quality, move the remote control closer to the Duolix MAX. If the problem
persists, carry out the pairing procedure. Refer to the paragraph "Pairing procedure" on page 13.
Placing it on a flat surface
The remote control may be placed on any flat support.
For better stability, unfold the rear support to stand it in the upright position.
Fixing it to the wall
To fix the remote control to a wall, first detach its attachment bracket at its rear:
1 - Move the base away from the support
2 - Pull to release
Then fix the bracket to the wall with screws and plugs (not supplied) suited to the wall.
3 - Use the holes to fix the
support to the wall.
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4 - Place the remote control
against the support to clip it
back together.
4. USING THE REMOTE CONTROL
4.1. Presentation
4.1.1. The front panel
Liquid
crystal
display
Arrow
buttons
and
Programme
button
Central and
confirmation
button
Information
button
The display is switched off by default. It is activated when a button is pressed. The back lighting is
activated when the remote control is used. It is switched off after a few seconds if it is not activated by
the user.
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IMPORTANT:
Excessive use of the interface will shorten battery life.
4.1.2. The rear
Lift up the bracket at the rear
Brief instructions for first use (printed
kin both sides, can be removed) are
inside.
4.2. Duolix MAX programmes
The
button is used to select one of the three programmes.
4.2.1. Description of the programmes
Auto
Man
- " AUTO" programme: Your Duolix MAX takes care of
everything, it automatically decides the type of season
and your requirements, in line with a pre-defined rule.
It naturally manages when you want your home cooling
down or warming up. It also selects when there is a
need to use boosted ventilation.
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- "Manual" programme: You decide, depending on
the season, if you want your home
Auto
Man
cooled down or warmed up.
• "Manual" programme
: Your Duolix manages the
heat exchange to cool down your home. It also selects
when there is a need to use boosted ventilation.
• "Manual" programme : Your Duolix manages the
heat exchange to warm up your home.
It also selects when there is a need to use boosted
ventilation.
4.2.2. Selecting a programme
Press the
. button. Place the cursor under the "Auto" programme using the arrow buttons
then confirm using the central button
programme has been selected.
. When the
symbol is displayed, this confirms the
4.3. Ventilation settings
4.3.1. Boosted flow for the kitchen
This setting activates the boosted flow
for the kitchen, timed to 30 minutes.
Absence
BOOST
Press the central button ,
place the cursor under the symbol
using the arrow buttonsand
then confirm with the central button
.
4.3.2. Absent programme
This function reduces the ventilation flow during your absence.
Press the central button , place the cursor under the
symbol using the arrow buttons
then confirm with the central button .
Set the number of hours or days of absence with the arrow buttons then confirm with the central
button .
4.3.3. Boosted ventilation
This function activates the boosted ventilation setting throughout your home for a defined duration.
Press the central button , place the cursor under the
symbol with the arrow buttons
then confirm with the central button .
Set the number of hours that you want the general boosted ventilation to run, with the arrow buttons
then confirm with the central button .
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4.4. Display of the efficiency of the Duolix MAX
4.4.1. Display of the temperatures
Foul air outlet
temperature
Fresh air inlet
temperature
Fresh air
ventilation
temperature
°C
°C
°C
°C
Foul air
extraction
temperature
By-passing
of active
exchanger
To display the temperature values
showing the efficiency of your Duolix MAX,
press
then the arrow buttons and 
until the screen opposite is displayed.
(IMPORTANT: if you press
you will exit the menu).
again
If a ground coupled heat exchanger has
been fitted, its inlet temperature value,
which is to say the temperature outdoors is
shown on the screen opposite.
= fresh air inlet.
Outdoor temperature
°C
4.4.2. Display of filter status
To display the state of your Duolix filter since the last
change, press
and the
arrow buttons et until the screen
opposite is displayed.
Filtre
• Filter clean:
•E
arly warning of blocked filter:
and
weeks before the end date) from your dealer.
• Filter blocked:
and
Reset
= you need to order a replacement filter (2
= you need to change the filter.
The state of the filters can be reset on the remote
control by pressing the 2 arrow buttons briefly at the
same time and when you are
Filtre
in the
menu with the state of the filters displayed.
OK
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4.4.3. Display of efficiency and energy saving
Display of the efficiency:
To display the efficiency of your Duolix MAX
Effic.
press
then the arrow buttonsand 
until the screen opposite is displayed:
Total energy saving in real time
Gain kWh
The number of "+" depends on the effective performance of the heat exchanger as well as the state
of the filter if dirty.
Display of energy saving:
This is an estimation based on a comparison between a Duolix MAX double flow ventilation
and an equivalent system without an exchanger (self-regulating single flow for example).
These two systems provide equivalent air renewal (same air flow rates) but, as explained on page 3,
the double flow system recovers the energy from the air extracted to heat the air blown into your
home. This energy that is recovered is displayed in on of the pages of the
menu.
To display the energy saved by your Duolix MAX since the counter was last reset, press
thearrow buttonsand  until the previous screen is displayed.
then
Thegains in kWh can be reset on the remote control by
briefly pressing the two arrow buttons simultaneously
Reset
when in the
and efficiency.
OK
menu with the display of the gains
Gain kWh
4.5. Disabling the remote control
The remote control may be disabled to prevent unwanted use of it.
Accessible functions
When the "Disable" function is activated, only the choice of programmes is unavailable.
You may therefore activate the various types of ventilation (boosted flow for kitchen, absence, boost)
as well as the various pages of the menu
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Disabling
Press the arrow buttonsand
for two seconds.
The symbol is displayed on the screen.
Re-enabling
Press the arrow keysandfor two seconds.
4.6. Advance functions with the remote control
4.6.1. Auxiliary control
Your remote control allows you to control an auxiliary device with a power rating of less than 1500 W.
This auxiliary device must be wired in by a qualified fitter.
If an auxiliary device has been wired into your Duolix MAX, the "
" symbol is displayed when you
press the central button
. If this is the case and you don't understand, check with the person who
fitted your system.
It can be activated as follows:
Press the central button , place the cursor under the "
" symbol with the arrow buttons and
then confirm with the central button .
The remote control will then display "OFF" or "On".
Using the right and left arrow buttons, switch to "On" or "OFF" depending on the state you wish to
choose and confirm with the central button .
4.6.2. Default display setting
Your remote control allows you to leave set a default stand by display of one of the pages of the
menu.
Press
then the arrow buttons and until the desired stand by screen is displayed
(temperatures or gains may be chosen for example).
The press the
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button for 3 seconds.
IMPORTANT:
Setting a default display on the remote control reduces the life of the batteries.
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5. SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE
5.1. Servicing the Duolix MAX
5.1.1. Normal servicing of the Duolix MAX
The normal servicing of your Duolix MAX is simply changing the filters regularly.
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IMPORTANT:
The normal servicing of your Duolix MAX (changing the filters) does not at all require the protective
steel housing to be removed (which has the sticker shown below on it).
Regularly (at least every 13 months), if you do not have an annual service contract, contact the person
who fitted your installation for in depth cleaning of your Duolix MAX (cleaning the exchanger, the
condensation tray…). This type of servicing must only be carried out by a qualified tradesman.
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5.2. Maintenance of the remote control
5.2.1. Pairing it to the Duolix MAX
Take the remote control up to the Duolix MAX.
• If the remote control can be paired to the Duolix MAX,
the following message is displayed for seven or eight
seconds and then it disappears.
Successfully paired.
OK
• If this message is not displayed, carry out the pairing procedure:
1. S witch off the electrical power supply to the Duolix MAX directly via the switch box with the
circuit breaker in question.
2. Wait for at least twenty seconds.
3. R
e-power the Duolix MAX by reconnecting the circuit breaker.
4. Move the remote control to within 3 metres of the Duolix MAX.
• In certain exceptional cases (loss of pairing), carry out the first 4 steps above then press the
button for ten seconds to start the pairing.
5.3. Troubleshooting
Display of the faults
The symbols below are displayed when a fault occurs.
Screen
or ERR 6
Description of the fault
Solution
The filters are blocked.
Change the filters.
Refer to the paragraph "Normal servicing of the Duolix
Max"
Remote control reception error
Refer to paragraphs "Prior checks" on page 4.
and "Position of the remote control" on page 5.
Low battery level of the remote
control
Change the batteries.
After changing the batteries, then is no need to pair it
again or reset the appliance. This information is stored in
the appliance.
Major error
A code defining the type of
error is displayed
Contact the person who fitted your installation
Refer to the paragraph "Troubleshooting table" on
page 14.
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Troubleshooting table:
Error found
On screen display
Possible cause
Solution
The air blown is very cold
and it is the winter season
Check the programme
selected (auto or
preferred warming)
Contact the person who fitted your
installation
The air blown is very hot
and it is the summer
season
Check the programme
selected (auto or
preferred cooling)
Contact the person who fitted your
installation
The remote control
does not respond
when the buttons are
pressed
The buttons are disabled
Re-enable.
Refer to paragraph "Re-enabling" on
page 11.
Probes faulty or
disconnected
Contact the person who fitted your
installation
Incorrect temperature
measurements
ERR 1: Front probe
ERR 2: Indoor air probe
ERR 3: Outdoor air probe
ERR 4: SAE probe
ERR 5: Ventilation probe
Check that there is a siphon fitted
and that it contains water.
Bad smell from appliance
No water in the siphon
Visually check the state of the filters in
the appliance.
The heat exchanger and/
or the filters are dirty.
Check that the inlet and outlet lines are
not inverted.
Check that there is no recycling between
the outlet and fresh air inlet (proximity of
the 2 inlets/outlets).
Other problems: contact the person who fitted your installation.
6. WARRANTY – AFTER SALES – CONFORMITY
6.1. Warranty conditions
This appliance has a two year warranty starting on the date of purchase against all manufacturing
defects. ATLANTIC Air Conditioning and Ventilation guarantees the exchange or replacement of parts
confirmed as defective after inspection by the After Sales department. Under no circumstances may
the warranty cover associated costs, such as labour, travelling expenses or compensation of any kind.
The warranty does not cover damage caused by incorrectly fitted installations (with respect to these
instructions), incorrect use or repairs attempted by unqualified persons.
In the event of a problem, please contact the person who fitted your installation or your dealer.
6.2. General recommendations
Recommendations for correct installation and use of the appliance.
6.2.1. Use
Nature of the appliance
• T his appliance is solely designed to ventilate a hole and circulate air, and no other fluid.
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Abnormal use
• If operating anomalies occur, please consult a qualified tradesman.
6.2.2. Transformation
• No modifications may be made to the appliance. Parts must only be replaced by a qualified
tradesman with original manufacturer spare parts.
6.2.3. Disposal
• Before removing the appliance, switch off the power supply.
• Do not burn the appliance. The combustion of certain components may give off toxic gases.
• Remove the batteries from the remote control and take the components to a collection point for
recycling.
• Take the appliance to a collection point for recycling.
6.3. Declaration of compliance
This appliance complies with the following directives:
• Directive 2004/108/CE concerning electromagnetic compatibility,
• Directive 2006/95/CE concerning low voltages,
• Directive 2006/45/CE concerning machine safety.
Electrical safety
NF EN 60335-1 (2003)
Electromagnetic compatibility
(emissions transferred and
radiated)
EN 301 489-3 (2002)
Electromagnetic field
EN 50366
Declares that the essential radio tests have been carried out.
The CE mark is placed on the products.
Year of CE marking
2010
Date
01/06/2010
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