Carel UE025 User manual

Carel UE025 User manual
humiSteam Wellness
umidificatori per bagni turchi
humidifiers for steam baths
Manuale d’installazione
User manual
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deriving from the installation, use or impossibility to use the product, even if
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WARNINGS
DISPOSAL
The CAREL S.p.A. humidifiers are advanced products, whose operation is
specified in the technical documentation supplied with the product or can be
downloaded, even prior to purchase, from the website www .carel. com. Each
CAREL S.p.A. product, in relation to its advanced level of technology, requires
setup/configuration/programming/commissioning to be able to operate in
the best possible way for the specific application. The failure to complete such
operations, which are required/indicated in the user manual, may cause the
final product to malfunction; CAREL S.p.A. accepts no liability in such cases.
The customer (manufacturer, developer or installer of the final equipment)
accepts all liability and risk relating to the configuration of the product in
order to reach the expected results in relation to the specific final installation
and/or equipment. CAREL S.p.A. may, based on specific agreements, acts as a
consultant for the installation/commissioning/use of the unit, however in no
case does it accept liability for the correct operation of the humidifier and the
final installation if the warnings or suggestions provided in this manual or in
other product technical documents are not heeded. In addition to observing
the above warnings and suggestions, the following warnings must be heeded
for the correct use of the product:
The humidifier is made up of metal parts and plastic parts. In reference to
European Union directive 2002/96/EC issued on 27 January 2003 and the
related national legislation, please note that:
1. WEEE cannot be disposed of as municipal waste and such waste must be
collected and disposed of separately;
2. the public or private waste collection systems defined by local legislation
must be used. In addition, the equipment can be returned to the distributor
at the end of its working life when buying new equipment;
3. the equipment may contain hazardous substances: the improper use or
incorrect disposal of such may have negative effects on human health and
on the environment;
4. the symbol (crossed-out wheeled bin) shown on the product or on the
packaging and on the instruction sheet indicates that the equipment has
been introduced onto the market after 13 August 2005 and that it must
be disposed of separately;
5. in the event of illegal disposal of electrical and electronic waste, the
penalties are specified by local waste disposal legislation.
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DANGER OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
The humidifier contains live electrical components. Disconnect the mains
power supply before accessing inside parts or during maintenance and
installation.
• DANGER OF WATER LEAKS
The humidifier automatically and constantly fills/drains certain quantities of
water. Malfunctions in the connections or in the humidifier may cause leaks.
• DANGER OF BURNS
The humidifier contains high temperature components and delivers steam
at 100°C/ 212°F.
Warranty on the materials: 2 years (from the date of production, excluding
consumables).
Approval: the quality and safety of CAREL S.P.A. products are guaranteed by
the ISO 9001 certified design and production system, as well as by the
mark.
Important:
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The installation of the product must include an earth connection, using the
special yellow-green terminal available in the humidifier.
The environmental and power supply conditions must conform to the
values specified on the product rating labels.
The product is designed exclusively to humidify rooms either directly or
through distribution systems (ducts).
Only qualified personnel who are aware of the necessary precautions and
able to perform the required operations correctly may install, operate or
carry out technical service on the product.
Only water with the characteristics indicated in this manual must be used
for steam production.
All operations on the product must be carried out according to the
instructions provided in this manual and on the labels applied to the
product. Any uses or modifications that are not authorised by the
manufacturer are considered improper. CAREL S.p.A. declines all liability for
any such unauthorised use.
Do not attempt to open the humidifier in ways other than those specified
in the manual.
Observe the standards in force in the place where the humidifier is
installed.
Keep the humidifier out of the reach of children and animals.
Do not install and use the product near objects that may be damaged when
in contact with water (or condensate). CAREL S.p.A. declines all liability for
direct or indirect damage following water leaks from the humidifier.
Do not use corrosive chemicals, solvents or aggressive detergents to clean
the inside and outside parts of the humidifier, unless specifically indicated
in the user manual.
Do not drop, hit or shake the humidifier, as the inside parts and the linings
may be irreparably damaged.
CAREL S.p.A. adopts a policy of continual development. Consequently, CAREL
reserves the right to make changes and improvements to any product
described in this document without prior warning. The technical specifications
shown in the manual may be changed without prior warning.
The liability of CAREL S.p.A. in relation to its products is specified in the
CAREL S.p.A. general contract conditions, available on the website www .
carel. com and/or by specific agreements with customers; specifically, to the
extent where allowed by applicable legislation, in no case will CAREL S.p.A.,
its employees or subsidiaries be liable for any lost earnings or sales, losses
of data and information, costs of replacement goods or services, damage to
things or people, downtime or any direct, indirect, incidental, actual, punitive,
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Content
1. INTRODUCTION AND ASSEMBLY
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8.3 Cleaning and maintenance of the cylinder ................................................32
8.4 Cylinder connection, three-phase models UE025 to UE065 .................32
8.5 Cleaning and maintenance of the other components.............................32
1.1 humiSteam Wellness (UEW*) ......................................................................... 7
1.2 Dimensions and weights .................................................................................. 7
1.3 Opening the packaging .................................................................................. 7
1.4 Positioning on the wall ................................................................................... 7
1.5 Wall-mounting..................................................................................................... 7
1.6 Removing the front cover ................................................................................. 8
1.7 Fitting the front cover ........................................................................................ 8
1.8 Components and accessories ....................................................................... 9
2. WATER CONNECTIONS
9. WIRING DIAGRAMS
9.1 Diagram of single-phase models UE001 to UE009 ................................33
9.2 Diagram of three-phase models UE003 to UE018 .................................34
9.3 Diagram of three-phase models UE025 to UE065...................................35
10. CARATTERISTICHE GENERALI E MODELLI
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10.1 humiSteam Wellness models and electrical specifications ..............36
10.2 Technical specifications ............................................................................. 37
10.3 Models of steam hoses ................................................................................. 37
10.4 Models of concentrated jet steam distributors .......................................38
10.5 Models of linear distributors .......................................................................38
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2.1 Supply water .................................................................................................... 11
2.2 Drain water ........................................................................................................ 11
3. STEAM DISTRIBUTION
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3.1 CAREL jet distributors (SDPOEM00**) ....................................................... 12
3.2 CAREL linear distributors (DP***DR0) ....................................................... 12
3.3 Steam hose ........................................................................................................ 12
3.4 Condensate drain hose ................................................................................ 13
4. ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
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4.1 Preparing the electric cableways ................................................................. 14
4.2 Power cable connection ................................................................................ 14
4.3 Temperature probe connection (M2.1- M2.8)........................................... 14
4.5 Alarm contact (M6.1 - M6.3) ......................................................................... 15
4.6 Utility connections (light, fans, sanitisation, essences) ............................ 15
5. REMOTE TERMINAL, GSM MODEM AND SUPERVISORY
NETWORK
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5.1 Remote display terminal ..................................................................................17
5.2 GSM network connection (send SMS).........................................................17
5.3 Supervisory network (J19) ..............................................................................17
6. STARTING AND USER INTERFACE
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6.1 Starting ................................................................................................................ 18
6.2 Stopping ............................................................................................................. 18
6.3 User interface .................................................................................................. 18
6.4 Management menu ........................................................................................ 19
7. MAIN CONFIGURATIONS
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7.1 Language............................................................................................................. 21
7.2 Date and time .................................................................................................... 21
7.3 Temperature probes ................................................................................... 21
7.4 Essences .............................................................................................................. 21
7.5 Time bands .......................................................................................................22
7.6 Fans ......................................................................................................................22
7.7 Sanitisation .........................................................................................................23
7.8 Advanced settings (qualified personnel only)............................................23
7.9 Copying the settings (backup) ......................................................................24
7.10 GSM (send SMS on alarms) .........................................................................25
7.11 Enable supervisor network............................................................................25
7.12 Manual procedures (qualified personnel only) .......................................25
7.13 Displaying the alarms .....................................................................................26
7.14 Info-menu .........................................................................................................27
7.15 Mechanically draining the water in the cylinder ......................................27
8. MAINTENANCE AND SPARE PARTS
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8.1 Spare parts for models UE001 to UE018 .....................................................28
8.2 Spare parts, models UE025 to UE065.........................................................30
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1. INTRODUCTION AND ASSEMBLY
1.1 humiSteam Wellness (UEW*)
Range of CAREL isothermal immersed electrode humidifiers with liquid
crystal display for the control and distribution of steam in steam baths.
Models UE001 to UE018
Models UE025 to UE065
Models available (identifiable from the code shown on the product):
• UE001, UE003, UE005, UE008, UE009, UE010, UE015, UE018: smaller
models with steam production capacity up to 18 kg/h, water
connections under the base of the humidifier;
• UE025, UE035, UE045, UE065: larger models with steam production
capacity from 25 to 65 kg/h, water connections on the side of the
humidifier.
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Distance from the walls
Models UE001 to UE018
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1.2 Dimensions and weights
Models UE025 to UE065
Fig. 1.b
Fig. 1.a
dimensions A
(mm)
B
C
weights
packaged
(kg)
empty
installed*
UE001…
UE008
365
275
620
16
13.5
19
UE009…
UE018
365
275
712
20
17
27
UE025…
UE045
545
375
815
39
34
60.5
UE045**…
UE065
635
465
890
51
44
94
Table 1.a
Models UE001 to UE018
*= in operating conditions filled with water;
**= 230 Vac model
X
bracket
1.3 Opening the packaging
o make sure the humidifier is intact upon delivery and immediately
notify the transporter, in writing, of any damage that may be due to
careless or improper transport;
o move the humidifier to the site of installation before removing from
the packaging, grasping the neck only from underneath the base;
o open the cardboard box, remove the protective material and remove
the humidifier, keeping it vertical at all times.
Models UE025 to UE065
X
bracket
1.4 Positioning on the wall
• the unit is designed to be mounted on a wall that is strong enough to
support the weight in normal operating conditions (see Wall-mounting
below). Models UE025 to UE065 can stand on the floor;
• to ensure correct steam distribution, position the humidifier near the
point of steam distribution;
• make sure the humidifier is level, allowing the minimum clearances
(see Fig. 1.b) for maintenance operations.
Fig. 1.c
Important: during operation the metal casing heats up and the
rear part resting against the wall may reach temperatures in
excess of 60 °C.
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1.5 Wall-mounting
Fit the humidifier on the wall using the support bracket and the screw kit
supplied (for the dimensions in mm see Fig. 1.d).
Assembly instructions:
1. unscrew the wall bracket from the humidifier bracket;
2. fasten the wall bracket (see Fig. 1.c), checking horizontal position
with a spirit level; if installed on a masonry wall, the plastic anchor
plugs (dia. 8 mm) and screws (dia. 5 mm x L= 50 mm) supplied can
be used;
3. hang the appliance to the bracket using the slot on the top edge of
the rear of the appliance;
4. secure the appliance to the wall through the hole in the centre on
the rear of the unit. For the weights and dimensions see Tab.1.a.
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Modelli UE025…UE065:
Spacing of the holes on the wall
Models UE001 to UE018
Models UE025 to UE065
X
X
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=
=
1
4
Y
Y
=
=
3
Z
Fig. 1.d
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distance
(mm)
X
Y
Z
UE001…UE018
270
360
-
2
Models
UE025…UE045
310
655
250
UE045*…UE065
400
730
315
Fig. 1.f
* 230 Vac models only
1. remove the screws from the top of the humidifier using a
screwdriver;
2. hold the cover from the top and lift it around 200 mm;
3. remove the cover by moving it forwards;
4. remove the protective film (from all the outside surfaces of the
1.6 Removing the front cover
humidifier).
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Models UE001 to UE018:
1
2
1.7 Fitting the front cover
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Models UE001 to UE018:
1
3
4
4
3
2
Fig. 1.e
1. turn oval-shaped label with the Carel logo, revealing the head of the
earth screw below;
2. remove the screw using a screwdriver;
3. hold the cover by the sides and lift it around 200 mm, releasing it
from the protruding edges of the humidifier;
Fig. 1.g
4. remove the cover by moving it forwards;
5. remove the protective film.
1. turn the red oval-shaped plate with the CAREL logo, revealing the
fastening hole below;
2. slip the cover onto the frame (keeping it slightly raised and tilted),
until it rests on the rear edges;
3. tighten the earth screw using a screwdriver;
4. turn the red oval-shaped plate with the CAREL logo until covering
the fastening holes.
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Models UE025 to UE065:
1.8 Components and accessories
Once having opened the packaging and removed the front cover of the
humidifier, make sure the following are included:
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o kit code 98C565P009 of
connectors for the electronic
board
o kit code 98C565P012
of connector with label
and cable gland for the
connection of the utility
cables (light, fans, essences
and sanitisation pump)
o filter code 98C565P016 for fill
solenoid valve
o kit code 98C565P018 of
connectors for terminals with
voltage-free contacts
o models UE025 to UE065 only:
code FWHDCV0000 nonreturn valve with connection
pipe
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o kit of screws with plugs for
wall-mounting;
Fig. 1.h
1. slip the cover onto the frame (keeping it slightly raised and tilted),
until it rests on the rear edges;
2. tighten the screws on the top of the humidifier using a screwdriver.
Fig. 1.i
o UE025 to UE065 only: angular
plastic hose (drain water
connection).
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Important: in models UE025 to UE065 open the electrical
compartment on the humidifier using the lock with slot.
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2. WATER CONNECTIONS
Important: before proceeding, disconnect the power supply.
Models UE025 to UE065
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Models UE001 to UE018
Fig. 2.a
Water connections:
o 1. install a manual valve upstream of the installation (to be able
to cut off the water supply);
o 2. connect the humidifier to the water supply, and fit the filter
supplied (code 98C565P016) to the inlet of the fill solenoid
valve.. On models UE001 to UE0018, use a hose with 3/4’’G
fittings (see par. “10.2 Technical specifications” page 37,
compatible CAREL hose: code FWH3415000). On models
UE025 to UE065 connect the hose with the non-return valve
supplied (code FWHDCV0000) to prevent the water inside the
humidifier from coming into contact with the mains water;
o 3. install a mechanical filter to trap any solid impurities (to be
connected downstream of the tap);
o 4 connect a section of non-conductive pipe or hose for draining
(resistant to temperatures of 100 °C and with a minimum
inside diameter of 40 mm);
o 5 prepare a funnel to interrupt continuity in the drain line;
o 6 connect a drain trap to prevent the return of bad odours
(minimum inside diameter 40 mm);
o 7 in models UE025 to UE065: connect a drain hose from the
bottom tank of the humidifier (this can run into the drain
funnel).
Important: when installation is completed, flush the supply hose
for around 30 minutes by piping water directly into the drain,
without sending it into the humidifier. This will eliminate any scale or
processing residues that may block the drain pump and cause foam
when boiling.
Fittings provided for the water connections:
Models UE001 to UE018
Models UE025 to UE065
Key:
A.
B.
C.
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supply water inlet
drain water outlet
bottom tank drain water outlet (models UE025
to UE065 only)
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2.1 Supply water
Hydrogen ions (pH)
Specific conductivity at
20°C (σR, 20 °C)
Total dissolved solids (cR)
Dry residue at 180°C (R180)
Total hardness (TH)
Temporary hardness
Iron + Manganese
Chlorides
Silica
Residual chlorine
Calcium sulphate
Metallic impurities
Solvents, thinners,
detergents, lubricants
unit of
measure
μS/cm
normal
water
min. max.
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8.5
350 1250
mg/l
(1)
mg/l
(1)
mg/l CaCO3 100 (2)
mg/l CaCO3 60 (3)
mg/l Fe+Mn =
ppm Cl
=
=
mg/l SiO2
mg/l Cl=
=
mg/l CaSO4
mg/l
0
mg/l
0
(1)
(1)
400
300
0.2
30
20
0.2
100
0
0
water with low
salt content
min.
max.
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8.5
125
350
(1)
(1)
50 (2)
30 (3)
=
=
=
=
=
0
0
(1)
(1)
160
100
0.2
20
20
0.2
60
0
0
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supply water
characteristics
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Only use mains water with:
• pressure between 0.1 and 0.8 MPa (1 and 8 bars), temperature between
1 and 40 °C and an instant flow-rate no lower than the rated flow of
the fill solenoid valve, the connection is G3/4M (see par. “10.2 Technical
specifications” page 37);
• hardness no greater than 40°fH (equal to 400 ppm of CaCO3),
conductivity: 125 to 1250 μS/cm;
• no organic compounds.
Tab. 3.a
(1)
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= values depend on the specific conductivity; in general:
CR ≅0.65 * σR, 20 °C; R180 ≅0.93 * σR, 20 °C
(2)
= not less than 200% of the chloride content in mg/l CL
(3)
= not less than 300% of the chloride content in mg/l CL
There is not reliable relationship between hardness and conductivity of
the water
Important:
• do not treat the water with softeners, this may cause the entrainment
of foam, affecting the operation of the unit;
• do not add disinfectants or anticorrosive compounds to the water, as
these are potential irritants;
• the use of well water, industrial water or water from cooling circuits
and, in general, any potentially chemically or bacteriologically
contaminated water is not recommended.
2.2 Drain water
• this contains the same substances dissolved in the supply water,
however in larger quantities;
• it may reach a temperature of 100 °C;
• it is not toxic and can be drained into the sewerage system.
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3. STEAM DISTRIBUTION
For the correct delivery of steam, a steam distributor must be used, sized
according to output of the humidifier.
In addition, the distributor must be installed in a part of the steam bath
that is easily reached by the hoses running from the humidifier (see Fig.
3.a as an installation example).
These can be fitted horizontally or vertically (hole facing upwards).
See par. “10.4” page 38 for the models of distributors that are compatible
with the humidifiers.
Assembly instructions (see Fig.3.b):
• make a series of holes on the wall according to the distributor drilling
template;
• insert the distributor;
• fasten the flange using 4 screws.
Fig. 3.a
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3.1 CAREL jet distributors (SDPOEM00**)
Fig. 3.c
Key:
“L”-shaped mounting support (where featured)
flange gasket
steam inlet (ØA)
condensate drain (ØB)
fastening screws (see the instruction sheet supplied with the
distributor)
6 length (depending on the model of distributor, see par. “10.5” page 38)
7 angle (around 2°) for draining the condensate.
8 diameter of the hole on the wall (ØY)
1
2
3
4
5
Fig. 3.b
Key:
A. steam inlet
B. condensate drain
C. steam outlet.
the dimensions of the hole vary depending on the models of
distributor:
model SDPOEM0000: hole made manually, up to 30 mm in diameter);
model SDPOEM0012: diameter of the hole 12 mm;
model SDPOEM0022: diameter of the hole 22 mm.
D drilling template
Dimensions in mm
ØA
ØB
ØY
Ø
X
Note: if steam hoses with an inside diameter of 30 mm are used,
remove the 22 mm steam inlet section.
DP***D22R0
22
10
58
35
68
CAREL linear distributors
DP***D30R0
DP***D40R0
30
40
10
10
68
89
45
60
77
99
Tab. 3.a
Important:
1. fit the distributor at a slight incline (at least 2°, to prevent the return
3.2 CAREL linear distributors (DP***DR0)
of condensate);
These can be fitted horizontally. See par. “10.5” page 38 for the models of
distributors that are compatible with the humidifiers.
2. the “L”-shaped mounting support (see part 1 Fig. 3.c) is supplied with
steam distributor models from DP085* to DP025*. For shorter lengths,
the support can be supplied as an option (code 18C478A088).
Assembly instructions (see Fig.3.c):
• make a series of holes on the wall according to the distributor drilling
template (included in the packaging with the distributor);
• insert the distributor with the steam holes facing upward;
• fasten the flange using 4 screws.
3.3 Steam hose
• use CAREL hoses (max. 4 m long, see par. “10.3” page 37). Rigid pipes
may break and cause steam leaks;
• avoid the formation of pockets or traps (causes of condensate);
• avoid choking the hose due to tight bends or twisting.
• fasten the end of the hose to the connectors on the humidifier and the
steam distributor using metal clamps, so that these do not detach due
to the high temperature.
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3.4 Condensate drain hose
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During the operation of the humidifier some of the steam may condense,
causing a decline in efficiency and noise (gurgling).
To drain the condensate, connect a drain hose with a drain trap and a
minimum slope of 5° to the bottom of the humidifier (see Fig. 3.d). CAREL
condensate drain hoses: code 1312353APG
Important: the drain trap in the condensate drain hose the
humidifier must be filled with water before starting.
Example of correct and incorrect installation of the steam hose and
condensate drain hose:
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Fig. 3.d
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o the steam outlet hoses run upwards and the distributor has a
minimum incline of 2° upwards (see Fig. 3.c);
o the ends of the hose are tightened to the fittings with metal clamps;
o the curves in the tubing are sufficiently wide (radius > 300 mm) so as
to not cause bending or choking;
o the steam hose has no pockets or traps for condensate to form;
o the paths of the steam and condensate hoses are as described in this
chapter (see Fig. 3.d);
o the length of the steam hose is no greater than 4 metres;
o the incline of the steam hose is sufficient to allow correct draining of
the condensate (> 20° for the upward sections, > 5° for the downward
sections);
o the incline of the condensate hose is at least 5° at every point;
o the condensate hose always follows a downwards path and features a
drain trap (filled with water before starting operation) to avoid steam
being released.
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4. ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
4.1 Preparing the electric cableways
4.2 Power cable connection
Single-phase models
Three-phase models
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AP2
GND
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AP1
AP2
GND
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Models UE001 to UE018
L N
L1 L2 L3
Fig. 4.c (view inside unit, electrical compartment)
Important: connect the yellow-green cable to the earth point
(GND).
Fig. 4.a
Models UE025 to UE065
outside unit, side view
4.3 Temperature probe connection (M2.1M2.8)
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• the humidifier can be connected to up to two probes for measuring
and controlling the temperature inside the steam bath. The connection
with two probes allows an “average” temperature reading (with the
possibility to attribute a different “weight” to each probe, see par. “7.3
Temperature probes”, page 21);
• active probes (voltage or current signal, CAREL code: ASET030001) or
NTC probes (variable resistance) can be connected.
1
For connection, use the “eight pin” connection kit (supplied in the
packaging) and run the cables out of the humidifier through the “cable
opening” (Figs. 4.a or 4.b).
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2
Active CAREL probe connections:
Fig. 4.b
Key to Figs. 4.a and 4.b:
1.
2.
3.
power cable inlet;
utility cable inlet (after having drilled the plastic part): sanitisation
pump, essences, fans, light.
probe cable inlet. On models UE001 to UE018, remove the plastic “tab”
and use it to secure the cable (held in place by the screws provided).
M.2
M.7
M.8
M.2.1 M.2.2 M.2.3 M2.4 M.2.5 M.2.6 M.2.7 M.2.8
OUT T
GND
+G
OUT T
GND
+G
3
1
2
Fig. 4.d (detail of electronic board, humidifier electrical compartment)
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CAREL NTC probe connections:
Note: in industrial environments (IEC EN61000-6-2), the cables
leaving the unit must not exceed 30 m in length, except for the
room probe (terminals M2 pin 1-2-3-4-5-6), the remote on/off digital
input (terminal M2 pin 7-8) and cable shields for RS485 communication.
M.7
M.8
4.5 Alarm contact (M6.1 - M6.3)
M.2.1 M.2.2 M.2.3 M2.4 M.2.5 M.2.6 M.2.7 M.2.8
Contact available for the remote signalling of one or more alarms.
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M.2
3
NTC
NTC
NO
F US
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NTC
NTC
NC C
M.5
1
M.6
2
Fig. 4.g (detail of utilities board, humidifier electrical compartment)
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1 probe CAREL 1
2 CAREL probe 2 (if available)
3 remote ON/OFF (contact closed= humidifier enabled; contact open=
humidifier disabled, in standby)
M.6.3
Key to Figs. 4.d and 4.e:
M.6.2
M.6.1
Fig. 4.e (detail of electronic board, humidifier electrical compartment)
Electrical specifications: 250 Vac; Imax: 2 A resistive 2 A inductive.
If non-CAREL probes are used, check:
• voltage signal: 0 to 1 Vdc, 0 to 10 Vdc, 2 to 10 Vdc, terminal M2.1 (GND:
M2.2);
• current signal: 4 to 20, 0 to 20 mA, terminal M2.4 (GND: M2.6).
In addition, depending on the type of power supply:
• +15 V, terminal M2.3;
• + 1 Vdc 135 ohm, terminal M2.4.
4.6 Utility connections (light, fans,
sanitisation, essences)
The humidifier features of a terminal block for connecting the utilities,
located under the electronic board (see the following figure for the
connections).
Input probe configuration (pin strip connectors JS5, JS6)
Depending on the type of connection, the required voltage is made
available for the outputs to the utilities (12 V, 24 V, 230 V or voltage-free
contact).
P1+
G
P1-
P2-
F
P2+
P3+
E
P3-
PS
D
PS
C
VE-
VI-
L-
L+
JS5
B
VI+
A
JS6
VE+
M.2
Fig. 4.f (detail of electronic board, in the humidifier electrical compartment)
pin strip
configuration
0 to 10 Vdc
2 to 10Vdc
JS5
probe 1
JS6
probe 2
Fig. 4.h (detail of utilities board, humidifier electrical compartment)
position
0 to 1 Vdc, 4 to 20/0 to 20
mA, NTC probes
Legenda:
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
basic configuration
basic configuration
light (L+ L-);
supply fan (VI+ VI-);
exhaust fan (VE+ VE-);
sanitisation pump (PS PS);
essence pump 3 (P3+ P3-);
essence pump 2 (P2+ P2-);
essence pump 1 (P1+ P1-).
Important:
• to avoid unbalanced control, the earth of the probes or the external
control devices must be connected to the earth of the appliance’s
controller.
• For the operation of the humidifier, M2.7 and M2.8 must be connected
to the “remote ON/OFF” via an enabling contact or alternatively
jumpered (default solution). If these terminals are not connected, all
the internal and external devices managed by the controller will be
disabled, with the exception of the drain pump for emptying the unit
after extended periods.
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Note: use clamps on the signal terminal blocks (alarm, utilities) to
prevent the cables from being detached.
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♦ “Utilities powered at different voltages”
The humidifier activates but does not supply power to the utilities. The
utilities are thus powered externally and at different voltages.
Types of utility connection
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♦ “Utilities powered at the same voltage”
The humidifier supplies power to and activates the utilities connected
at the same voltage. This is done by applying a 12 V, 24 V or 230 V power
supply to terminals AP1 and AP2.
Procedure:
1. remove the terminal block (2 pieces) from connector B and
disconnect the L, N cables;
Insert the terminal block supplied (code 98C565P018) into
connector B and reconnect the cables, L (terminal 1) & N (terminal 8);
2. jumper terminals AP1 and AP2;
3. insert the terminal block supplied (code 98C565P012) into connector
A and connect the utilities (see the following figure).
Procedure:
insert the terminal block supplied (code 98C565P012) into connector A
and connect the utilities (see the following figure).
Note:
• maximum load for each utility: 2 A;
• AP1 and AP2 are protected by 6.3 A fuses.
Note:
• maximum load for each utility: 2 A;
• AP1 and AP2 are protected by 6.3 A fuses;
• the utilities must be suitably protected against overloads and short-
B
from pCOe
P3P 3+
P1P 1+
P2P 2+
PS
PS
VE V E+
VIVI+
L L+
A
to pCOe
B
from pCOe
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
P3P 3+
P1P 1+
P2P 2+
PS
PS
VE V E+
VIVI+
L L+
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14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
12/24/230 Vac
Imax= 6 A
AP1
AP2
A
AP1
AP2
user
circuits.
3
2
to pCOe
1
external
power supply
Fig. 4.i
Fig. 4.j
Final checks
o the rated voltage of the appliance corresponds to the rated supply
voltage;
o the fuses installed are suitable for the line and the power supply
voltage;
o a mains disconnect switch has been installed to disconnect power to
the humidifier when required;
o the humidifier has been correctly earthed;
o the power cable is fastened using the tear-proof cable gland;
o terminals M2.7 and M2.8 are connected by jumper or connected to an
enable-operation contact;
o if non-CAREL probes are used: the earth of the probes is electrically
connected to the humidifier board earth;
o if the humidifier is controlled by an external control device, the earth
of the signal is electrically connected to the controller earth.
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5.1 Remote display terminal
5.2 GSM network connection (send SMS)
The display terminal can be detached from the humidifier and moved to
another place.
Depending on the distance required, the following are necessary:
• up to 50 metres: 6-wire telephone cable and two ferrites (code
0907858AXX) (see Fig. 5.a);
• up to 200 metres: two CAREL TCONN6J000 boards, 6-wire telephone
cables and an AWG20-22 shielded cable with 3 twisted pairs (for the
connection of the two boards, Fig. 5.b).
The humidifier can be configured to send SMS message for alarms and
malfunctions (see par. “7.10”, page 25).
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5. REMOTE TERMINAL, GSM MODEM AND SUPERVISORY NETWORK
2b
1
Note: to fill the empty space left by the display terminal on the
humidifier, use CAREL kit code HCTREW0000.
Remote connection of the terminal up to max 50 m
2c
2a
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3
user
2
1
J18
2
3
2d
Fig. 5.c (inside humidifier, electrical compartment)
Key:
1
2
3
telephone cable (up to 50 m distance);
two ferrites (code 0907858AXX) to be applied to the ends of the
telephone cable;
remote display terminal.
Remote connection of the terminal up to 200 m
1
electronic board PCOI00MDM0 (to be connected to connector J19 on
the humidifier board)
2
•
•
•
•
•
3
SIM card to be inserted in the modem. Make sure that the access
password (PIN number) is not enabled
CAREL GSM kit PLW0P65M00, made up of:
2.a modem
2.b antenna (with magnetic base)
2.c serial cable
2.d power supply
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5.3 Supervisory network (J19)
J18
2
The humidifier can be connected to the following optional boards:
• PCOS004850 for CAREL connections;
• PCOS004850 for Modbus® connections;
• PCO10000F0 for Lon connections;
• PCO100MDM0 for RS232 connections;
• PCOS004850 for Winload connections.
SC
A
J14
C
B
J15
1 2 3 1 2 3
3
4
2
SC
A
J14
C
5
B
J15
1 2 3 1 2 3
3
J19
Fig. 5.b
Key:
1
2
3
4
5
M.2
telephone cable (up to 0.8 m distance);
CAREL TCONN6J000 board;
pin strip J14 and J15 in position 1-2 (power supply available on the
telephone connectors A, B and C and screw SC);
AWG20-22 shielded cable with 3 twisted pairs to move the display
terminal up to 200 m away. Connection to the TCONN6J00 board:
terminal SC
function
0
EARTH (shield)
1
+VRL
2
GND
3
RX/TX4
RX/TX+
5
GND
6
+VRL
remote display terminal
M.7
M.8
Fig. 5.d (detail of the electronic board, humidifier electrical compartment)
Important: for the tLAN and pLAN connections in residential
household (IEC EN 55014-1) and residential (IEC EN 61000-6-3)
environments, use shielded cable (with shield connected to GND). This
warning also applies to the cables leaving the unit.
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Key:
Fig. 5.a
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6. STARTING AND USER INTERFACE
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Before starting the humidifier, check:
“Simple”: with the possibility to modify the set point and the type of
essences;
“Main”: with the possibility to modify the set point, the type of essences
and access the “ON/OFF quick access” and “Management menu” screens.
o water connections: Fig. 2.a page 10. In the event of water leaks do not
start the humidifier before having resolved the problem;
o steam distribution: Fig. 3.d page 13;
o electrical connections chap. “4” page 14.
“Simple” screen
6.1 Starting
1
1
ON
0
user
2
Fig. 6.b
if the cylinder is new, run a pre-wash cycle (the cylinder is filled and
emptied three times, cleaning the inside walls from impurities, see
par. “7.12” page 25).
Key :
symbol
1
2
6.2 Stopping
1
3
empty the water in the cylinder to avoid stagnation (manual drain by
“ON/OFF quick access” screen, see the following page, or par. “7.15”
page 27);
4
5
2
1
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0
6
Essence (e.g.
Mint)
OFF
“Main” screen
6.3 User interface
1
4
2
5
3
6
Fig. 6.c
Fig. 6.a
Key to the keypad:
button
function
list active alarms
1 alarm
access the “Management menu” screen (password
2 PRG
3
4
5
6
ESC
UP
ENTER
DOWN
Key :
symbol
1
2
= 77)
return to “Simple” or “Main” screen
increase the set point
from “Main” screen: open “ON/OFF quick access”
screen
from “Simple” screen: select type of essence
ENTER and PRG: move from “Simple” to “Main” screen
(and vice-versa).
decrease the set point
3
4
5
6
7
8
The humidifier produces steam when the temperature recorded
(displayed in the centre of the screen in large characters) is less than the
set point (at the top in smaller characters).
Essence (e.g.
Mint)
function
set point temperature (can be modified using the UP or
DOWN button)
temperature inside the steam bath (measured by the
probe/probes)
light on inside the steam bath
time bands set (when flashing indicates that a time
band is in progress)
steam production (without “cloud” steam production in
standby)
supply fan (fan 1) on
exhaust fan (fan 2) on to
when moving indicates the operation of the fans, when
still indicates fans enabled but in standby
essence enabled (delivered when the humidifier
produces steam)
The following screens can be accessed from the “Main” screen:
• ENTER button: “ON/OFF quick access”
• PRG button: “Configuration menu”.
Set point: maximum temperature threshold above which the humidifier
no longer produces steam (can be changed using the UP and DOWN
buttons).
To display the temperature inside the steam bath and the set point, two
types of screens are available:
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day and month
set point temperature (can be modified using the UP or
DOWN button)
temperature inside the steam bath (measured by the
probe/probes)
hour and minutes
time bands set (when flashing indicates that a time
band is in progress)
light on inside the steam bath
essence enabled (delivered when the humidifier
produces steam)
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“Alarms” screen
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“ON/OFF quick access” screen
Fig. 6.e
Fig. 6.d
Used to:
Indicates an alarm is active, press to display.
• enable steam production (ON) and activate the manual drain function
(*);
“Management menu” screen
Function buttons:
• ENTER: move the cursor inside the screen;
• UP or DOWN: enable/disable.
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• select the type of essence (1, 2, 3);
• enable the sanitisation function (ON);
• switch on the light (ON).
(*) Manually drain the water in the cylinder:
• access the “ON/OFF quick access” screen,
• position the cursor on “steam”;
• press the UP and DOWN buttons together for a few seconds.
The same procedure can be repeated to stop the drain cycle in progress.
Fig. 6.f
To access press:
• PRG from the “Main” screen;
• ENTER to move the cursor to the “0”;
• UP or DOWN to enter the password “77”;
• ENTER to confirm and enter the management submenu:
1. User;
2. Essence;
3. Fan management;
4. Maintenance (info, software, hardware);
5. Sanitisation;
6. Alarm log;
7. Network;
8. GSM.
• the “ON/OFF quick access” screen only displays the functions enabled
in configuration phase.
• with steam production disabled (OFF) the supply and exhaust fans can
be enabled manually;
• if the humidifier is enabled but not producing steam, check the
following possible causes:
possible cause
solution
the temperature of the steam bath is
higher than the set point
alarms are active that stop steam
production (ALARM button flashing).
The humidifier is set to “manual”
wait for the temperature of the
bath to fall below the set point
check and resolve the error (see
par. “7.13” page 26)
deactivate the manual procedure
(submenu par. “7.12”, see page 25)
disable the time band (see par.
“7.5“ page 22), or modify as
required.
Tab. 6.a
time bands are active (CLOCK icon
flashing on the display);
The management menu, the submenu and the screens are cyclical, and
follow the same path also in the opposite direction.
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Function of the keypad in the management menu
6.4 Management menu
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1 User
2 Essences
3 Fans
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4 Maintenance
5 Sanitisation
6 Alarm log
7 Network
8 GSM (*)
button
alarm
Clock
Scheduler
Schedule (*)
Week sch. (*)
T. setpoint (*)
Enable descriptions (i)
Essence 1 (*)
Essence 2 (*)
Essence 3 (*)
Supply fan (*)
Exhaust fan (*)
1 Maint info
SW outputs (**)
Nom. values (**)
Cylinder status (**)
Sys info (**)
2 Maint SW
Additional features
Additional features
Disable emptying
Conductivity threshold
Control parameters
SW Input/output
Backup
Recovery
3 Maint HW
Setup
Essences
Essences
Fans
Temperature probe 1
Temperature probe 2
Other options
Man. procedure
Manual proc.
Manual procedure
San. (*)
San. Phase 1 (*)
San. Phase 2 (*)
Log (**)
Supervision
SMS 1 (*)
SMS 2 (*) (**)
PRG
ESC
UP e DOWN
ENTER
(*)
To reset an alarm in progress, press the ALARM button again.
Important: before pressing the ESC button, press the ENTER button to save
the last change made.
(**)
Installer’s notes
Names chosen for the essences
Essence 1: ………………………………….
Essence 2: ………………………………….
Essence 3: ………………………………….
Tab. 6.b
(*)
screens available if the functions (user, essences, fans, maintenance,
sanitisation, network, GSM) have been enabled. For example: the
screens in the “fans” submenu are only visible if enabled in the “Maint
HW” submenu;
(**) read-only values.
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access the alarm screen, displaying any alarms in
progress (the button flashes)(*)
from the “Main” screen: access the management
menu
return to the previous screen(**)
• in the “management menu”: navigate the
submenus, screens, parameters cyclically (also in
the opposite direction)
• inside a screen: modify the values of the
parameters (YES/NO, ON/OFF, temperature
range,…)
• select a submenu, screen, parameter
• save the changes to the parameters and move the
cursor to the next parameter
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7. MAIN CONFIGURATIONS
(**)
The display terminal can be configured in: Italian, French, Spanish, English,
German.
Tm= (Ts1*W1/100) + (Ts2*W2/100)
To change the language, from the “Main” screen press:
• PRG;
• ENTER;
• UP or DOWN to enter the password “77”;
• ENTER;
• DOWN (3 times) until displaying the “Maintenance” submenu;
• ENTER;
• DOWN (once) until displaying the “Maint SW” submenu;
• ENTER;
• DOWN (5 times) until displaying “SW Input/output” screen;
• ENTER (twice) to move the cursor to the parameter “language”;
• UP or DOWN to change the language;
• ENTER to confirm the language selected and return to the “Main”
screen
Tm= temperature shown on the display
Ts1 & Ts2= temperatures read by the two probes
W1 & W2= weights attributed to the two probes, percentage value
(W1+W2=100)
For example, with the following values:
Ts1= 42° W1= 60%
Ts2= 44° W2= 40%
7.4 Essences
The essences are delivered into the steam bath when the humidifier is
producing steam and the temperature reaches 70% of the set point.
For example: if the set point is 50°C, the essence will be delivered when
the humidifier is producing steam and the temperature measured
exceeds 35°C.
7.2 Date and time
Important: make sure that the external essence pump is correctly
connected.
To set the date and time, access the “User” submenu and press:
• ENTER to display the “clock” screen;
• ENTER to move the cursor to the first digit of the hour;
• UP or DOWN to modify the first digit of the hour;
• ENTER confirm and move the cursor to the second digit of the hour;
• continue with the UP/DOWN buttons and ENTER to set the minutes,
day (number), month, year, weekday (from Monday to Sunday);
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Enabling the essences
From the “Maint HW” submenu press:
• ENTER to confirm;
• DOWN to select the “Essences” screen (essences 1 and 2);
• ENTER to confirm;
• UP or DOWN to enable (YES) essence 1;
• ENTER to confirm;
• UP or DOWN to enable (YES) essence 2;
• ENTER to confirm;
• DOWN to select the “Essences” screen (essence 3);
• ENTER to confirm;
• UP or DOWN to enable (YES) output essence 3;
• ENTER to confirm;
• ESC twice to return to the management menu.
7.3 Temperature probes
The humidifier can manage up to two temperature probes:
• with one probe, the value read is shown directly on the display;
• with two probes, the values saved are “averaged” by the humidifier, and
the result is shown on the display (**).
• The “Temperature probe” screen (“Maint HW” submenu) can be
accessed to set the relevance of one probe compared the other in
percentage terms (“weigh probes” parameter). In addition, for each
probe the minimum and maximum of the scale and the offset can be
set.
Setting the essence operating times
From the “Essences” submenu press:
• ENTER to select the “Essence 1” screen;
• ENTER to confirm and move the cursor to the “Time ON” parameter;
• UP or DOWN to modify the ON seconds for essence 1;
• ENTER to confirm and move the cursor to the “Time OFF” parameter;
• UP or DOWN to modify the OFF seconds for essence 1;
• ENTER to confirm and move the cursor to the “name” parameter;
• UP or DOWN to modify the name of the essence, e.g.: Menthol (*);
• repeat the same procedure (ON, OFF times and essence name) for the
other essences enabled;
• at the end press ESC repeatedly to return to the “Main” screen.
Probe settings
From the “Maint HW ” submenu press:
probe 1
user
Tm= (42*60/100) + (44*40/100)= 42.8 °C
Note: in the “SW Input/output” screen, the unit of measure can
also be selected, °C-kg/h (default) or °F-lbs/hr.
probe 2
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to achieve a temperature value measured with two probes, the
humidifier carries out the following calculation:
7.1 Language
• ENTER to confirm
• DOWN to reach the “Temperature probe 1” screen
• ENTER to confirm and move the cursor to the “type of probe”
parameter
• UP or DOWN to select the type of probe (*)
• ENTER to save and move the cursor to “enable probe 2”;
• UP or DOWN to enable the second probe (YES);
• ENTER to move the cursor to “weigh probes” (**) (UP and DOWN to
modify the weights of the 2 probes and ENTER to save and move
the cursor);
• ENTER to return to the start of the screen;
• DOWN to access the screen “Temperature probe 1”;
• ENTER to move the cursor to the min. and max. scale and offset
values (UP and DOWN to modify the value and ENTER to save and
move the cursor);
• ESC until displaying the “Main” screen.
(*) Characters and symbols available for naming the essences:
A
M
Y
+
B
N
Z
-
C
O
0
*
D
P
1
:
E
Q
2
;
F
R
3
,
G
S
4
(
H
T
5
)
I
U
6
/
J
V
7
#
K
W
8
L
X
9
Function buttons:
• UP or DOWN to modify the characters;
• ENTER to save and move the cursor to the next character. Up to 10
characters can be used.
Write the names of the essences in the “Installer’s notes” on page 20.
(*)
Possible probe configurations: NTC, 0 to 1 V, 2 to 10 V, 0 to 10 V, 0 to 20
mA, 4 to 20 mA, 0 to 135 ohm, 135 to 1000 ohm
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Up to until three essences can be set, and selected from the “ON/OFF
quick access” screen or the “Simple” screen. The display will show the
name or number of the chosen essence.
• ENTER until move the cursor to the start of the screen;
• DOWN to access the following screen, “Week sch.”: this screen can be
7.5 Time bands
The display shows the
are active).
used to assign the type of time band (P1, P2, P3, P4) to each day of the
week. Use ENTER to move the cursor and UP or DOWN to modify the
value;
• ESC repeatedly to return to the “Main” screen.
These are used to switch the humidifier on/off and change the set point
at set times.
Two types of time bands are available:
Setting the variable set point bands (“Temp. scheduler”):
From the “User” submenu press:
• ENTER to confirm;
• DOWN until accessing the “Scheduler” screen;
• ENTER (twice) to confirm and move the cursor to “Temp. scheduler”;
• UP or DOWN to enable (YES) the “Temp. scheduler” parameter;
• ENTER to return to the start of the screen;
• DOWN until accessing the “T. setpoint” screen: this screen can be used
to customise up to four set point values per day (Z1, Z2, Z3, Z4). Use
ENTER to move the cursor and UP or DOWN to modify the value;
• ESC repeatedly to return to the “Main” screen.
1. Daily bands (“ON/OFF scheduler” parameters): set how many times to
start/stop steam production over a period of 24h:
• 2 daily operating periods (parameters P1-1 and P1-2)
OFF
user
0
ON
OFF
ON
P1-1
OFF
24h
P1-2
• 1 daily operating period (parameter P2)
OFF
ON
0
symbol (that flashes when the time bands
OFF
The display shows the
are active).
24h
P2
symbol (that flashes when the time bands
• Humidifier enabled all day (parameter P3)
ON
0
24h
• Humidifier disabled all day (parameter P4)
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OFF
0
The use of the supply and exhaust fans:
• guarantee air change;
• perform the sanitisation cycles;
• create the “mist effect”.
24h
The operating mode (P1, P2, P3, P4) can be associated with each day of
the week (from Monday to Sunday).
Enabling the fans
From the “Maint HW” submenu press:
• DOWN until accessing the “Fans” screen
• ENTER to move the cursor to “supply fan”
• UP or DOWN to enable (YES) the supply fan
• ENTER to move the cursor to exhaust fan
• UP or DOWN to enable (YES) the exhaust fan
• ESC repeatedly to return to the “Main” screen
2. “Variable set point” bands (“Temp. scheduler” parameters): four different
temperature set points that vary throughout the day (parameters Z1, Z2,
Z3, Z4).
50°C
30°C
20°C
0
24h
Z1
Z2
Z3
Z4
The display shows the
symbol (next to
if the fans are on).
Manual fan mode
The manual management of the fans, from the “ON/OFF quick access”
screen, is only available if steam production is disabled (OFF). The manual
activation of the fans during steam production is exclusively controlled
from the management menu.
The “daily” and “variable set point” time bands can be programmed to
set steam production according to the requirements of the operator
of the steam bath (e.g. based on closing times) and with a customised
temperature trend (using the 4 set point threshold).
Note:
In this way, the fans can be started using the “ON/OFF quick access” screen
(ENTER from the “Main” screen), stopping steam production (steam OFF).
When steam production is ON they will be stopped automatically.
• during the time band without operation (“OFF”), the humidifier is
NOT actually off, but rather steam production is temporarily disabled,
including manually;
• the “daily” time bands have priority over the “variable set point”. For
example, setting P4 on Monday (steam bath closed), parameters Z1,
Z2, Z3, Z4 (different set point values) will be ignored, because the
humidifier is not programmed to operate on that day.
To switch the fans on and off using the management menu (steam ON),
from the “Fans” submenu press:
• ENTER to confirm and access the Supply fan and/or Exhaust fan screen
(depending on the fan enabled);
ENTER to move the cursor to Mode (manual/automatic);
UP or DOWN to set “Manual”;
ENTER to move the cursor to Production (ON/OFF);
UP or DOWN to set “ON”;
ENTER to confirm;
UP or DOWN to repeat the same operation for the other fan (if
enabled);
• ESC repeatedly to return to the “Main” screen
•
•
•
•
•
•
Setting the daily bands (“ON/OFF scheduler”):
From the “User” submenu press:
• ENTER to confirm;
• DOWN until displaying the “Scheduler” screen;
• ENTER to confirm and move the cursor to the “ON/OFF scheduler”
parameter;
• UP or DOWN to enable (YES) the daily bands;
• ENTER (twice) to return to the start of the screen;
• DOWN to access the “Scheduler” screen: to set the daily band start and
end time (P1-1, P1-2 and P2). Use: ENTER to move the cursor and UP or
DOWN to modify the value;
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The operation of the fans is bound by steam production: this is switched
on and off only from the management menu (setting production “OFF”
on the fans screen).
Enabling sanitisation
From the “Maintenance” submenu press:
• ENTER to confirm;
• DOWN to select the “Maint HW” menu;
• ENTER to confirm;
• DOWN until selecting the “Other options” screen;
• ENTER to confirm and move the cursor to “enable sanificat.”;
• UP or DOWN to enable (YES);
• ENTER to confirm;
• ESC repeatedly to return to the “Main” screen.
Automatic fan mode
This varies depending on the type of fan:
• supply fan: the fan stops when reaching the set point (related to steam
production);
• exhaust fan: the fan starts when reaching the set point, or alternatively
after a set time (periodical operation, independent of steam
production).
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Automatic exhaust fan mode
From the “Fans” submenu press:
• ENTER to confirm and DOWN to access the Exhaust fan screen;
• ENTER to move the cursor to “Mode” (manual/automatic);
• UP or DOWN to set “Automatic”;
• ENTER to confirm and move the cursor to “type”;
• UP or DOWN to choose the automatic “Setpoint/Periodic”(*) mode;
• ESC repeatedly to return to the “Main” screen.
Setting the sanitisation times and phases
From the “sanification” submenu press:
• ENTER to enter the “sanification” screen;
• ENTER values for T1 and T2;
• UP or DOWN to set the duration of the cycles in minutes;
• ENTER until moving the cursor to the start of the screen;
• DOWN to access the “San. phase 1” (T1) screen;
• ENTER to enable the desired functions (with the UP or DOWN button)
and press ENTER to move the cursor to the next parameter;
• ENTER until moving the cursor to the start of the screen;
• DOWN to access the “San. phase” (T2) screen, and set the second
sanitisation cycle;
• ESC repeatedly to return to the “Main” screen.
(*) Setpoint: The fan starts when reaching the temperature set point and
steam production stops.
Periodic: The fan starts and stops after a certain operating time (in the
“Exhaust fan” screen, set ON time and OFF time). This mode is not related
to steam production or the set point.
To switch the fans on and off using the “ON/OFF quick access” screen
(steam OFF), from the “Fans” submenu press:
• ENTER to confirm and access the Supply fan and/or Exhaust fan screen
(depending on the fan enabled);
• ENTER to move the cursor to “Mode” (manual/automatic);
• UP or DOWN to set “Manual”;
• ENTER to move the cursor to Production (ON/OFF);
• UP or DOWN to set “OFF”;
• ENTER to confirm;
• UP or DOWN to repeat the same operation for the other fan (if
enabled);
• ESC repeatedly to return to the “Main” screen.
7.8 Advanced settings (qualified personnel
only)
Important: these settings should only be made by qualified
personnel, improper uses may cause serious damage.
Automatic water drain
7.7 Sanitisation
Drain due to set point reduction
The humidifier empties a small quantity of water if the requested
production is decreased by more than 33%. With less water the humidifier
can reach the new steam production set point more quickly.
To disable this function, from the “Maint SW” menu press:
• ENTER to access the “Additional features” screen;
• ENTER to move the cursor to the “Drain by low setp” parameter;
• UP or DOWN to disable (NO) or enable (YES, default) the function;
• ENTER to confirm;
• ESC repeatedly to return to the “Main” screen.
The sanitisation cycle is used to alternately activate the two fans:
• phase T1 supply fan;
• phase T2 exhaust fan.
During the operation of the fans, steam production and the sanitisation
pump can be activated (to deliver the disinfecting liquid).
The activation of the sanitisation cycle can be manual (using the “ON/
OFF quick access” screen) or automatic (at the end of the last steam
production time band).
Note: Automatic mode is only available when the time bands are
enabled.
Important: before setting the sanitisation cycle, make sure that
the external pump/solenoid valve - used to inject the disinfectant
in the steam hose - is connected correctly.
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Automatic sanitisation mode
Available only when the time bands are enabled.
Used to activate the sanitisation cycles at the “end of the day”, that is, at
the end of the last steam production time band.
From the “sanification” submenu press:
• ENTER to confirm and open the “sanification” screen;
• UP or DOWN to enable automatic sanitisation;
• ESC repeatedly to return to the “Main” screen, or alternatively ESC twice
to return to the management menu to set the sanitisation cycle times
and mode.
The fan runs until reaching the temperature set point (related to steam
production).
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Manual sanitisation mode
From the “sanification” submenu press:
• ENTER to confirm and open the “sanification” screen;
• UP or DOWN to enable manual sanitisation;
• ESC repeatedly to return to the “Main” screen, or alternatively ESC twice
to return to the management menu to set the sanitisation cycle times
and mode.
Automatic supply fan mode
From the “Fans” submenu press:
• ENTER to confirm and access the “Supply fan” screen;
• ENTER to move the cursor to “Mode” (manual/automatic);
• UP or DOWN to set “Automatic”;
• ENTER to confirm;
• ESC repeatedly to return to the “Main” screen.
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• UP or DOWN to set the conductivity value (up to 2000 μS/cm);
• ENTER to confirm;
• ESC repeatedly to return to the “Main” screen.
Drain due to inactivity
If the humidifier not used for an extended period, the water in the
cylinder should be drained to prevent stagnation and hygiene risks. To
set this function, from the “Maint SW” submenu press:
• ENTER to access the “Additional features” screen;
• ENTER to move the cursor to the “Inactivity drain” parameter;
• UP or DOWN to enable (YES, default) disable (NO) the function;
• ENTER until moving the cursor to the start of the screen;
• DOWN to access the second “Additional features” screen;
• ENTER to move the cursor to the “Inactivity drain” parameter ;
• UP or DOWN to modify the number of days without steam production
after which the automatic drain cycle is activated (default 3 days);
• ENTER to confirm ;
• ESC repeatedly to return to the “Main” screen.
High conductivity alarms
To determine the high conductivity alarm thresholds, from the “Maint SW”
menu press:
• ENTER until reaching the “Thresholds conduct.” screen;
• ENTER to move the cursor to the “Warning” parameter (1,000 μS/cm);
• UP or DOWN to set the conductivity pre-alarm value (signal only);
• ENTER to confirm and set the conductivity alarm value (1250 μS/cm;
signal and stop steam production);
• ENTER to confirm;
• ESC repeatedly to return to the “Main” screen.
Note The alarms are not activated if the forced conductivity
setting is enabled.
Periodical drain (for water rich in residues)
Operation with water containing considerable traces of humus, lime,
debris, may affect the efficiency and the operation of the humidifier. In
these cases a periodical complete drain cycle of the water contained in
the cylinders may be useful in helping to discharge the sediments. To
automatically set the periodical drain cycle, from the “Maint SW” submenu
press:
• ENTER to access the “Additional features” screen;
• ENTER to move the cursor to the “Periodic flushing” parameter;
• UP or DOWN to enable (YES) disable (NO, default) the function;
• ENTER to move the cursor to the last “Periodic flushing” parameter;
• UP or DOWN to set the number of hours between one drain cycle and
the next (default 24 h);
• ESC repeatedly to return to the “Main” screen.
Duration and frequency of the drain to dilute cycle
Based on the type of water used, the duration and the frequency of the
automatic drain cycle can be set as a percentage of the rated value.
From the “Maint SW” submenu press:
• ENTER until reaching the “Thresholds conduct.” screen;
• ENTER to move the cursor to the “Drain duration” parameter (default
100%);
• UP or DOWN to set the percentage of the duration;
• ENTER to confirm and set the percentage of the frequency between
one drain cycle and the next (default: 100%);
• ENTER to confirm;
• ESC repeatedly to return to the “Main” screen.
Drain without power
The evaporation of the water causes an accumulation of salts inside
the cylinders, leading to an increase in conductivity. The humidifier
thus automatically runs a short drain cycle (drain to dilute) to lower the
conductivity.
During the drain cycle the contactor is open, so that the water drained
does not conduct current (in this short period, in fact, steam production
is momentarily stopped). To perform the drain cycle with the contactor
closed, from the “Maint SW” submenu press: :
• ENTER to access the “Additional features” screen;
• ENTER to move the cursor to the “Unpowered drain” parameter;
• UP or DOWN to disable (NO) or enable (YES, default) the function;
• ESC repeatedly to return to the “Main” screen.
7.9 Copying the settings (backup)
This function is used to save a copy of the settings (e.g.: names of the
essences, fan operation, time band settings,...). The copy saved can
be restored when needed, for example when errors are made in the
settings.
A copy of the settings should be made for each required configuration.
Creating a copy of the settings
From the “Maint SW” submenu press:
• ENTER to confirm;
• DOWN until displaying the “Backup” screen;
• ENTER to move the cursor to YES/NO;
• UP or DOWN to set YES;
• ENTER to confirm;
• ESC repeatedly to return to the “Main” screen.
Disabling the “Cylinder pre-exhaustion” and “Cylinder
exhaustion” alarms
To disable these two alarm signals, press:
• ENTER to access the “Additional features” screen;
• ENTER to move the cursor to the “Cylinder warning” parameter;
• UP or DOWN to disable (NO) or enable (YES, default) the function;
• ENTER to confirm;
• ESC repeatedly to return to the “Main” screen.
Restoring the last copy
From the “Maint SW” submenu press:
• ENTER to confirm;
• DOWN until displaying the “Restore” screen;
• ENTER to move the cursor to the YES/NO;
• UP or DOWN to set YES;
• ENTER to confirm.
• ESC repeatedly to return to the “Main” screen.
“Delay stop steam” function
Used to delay the interruption of steam production after a steam off
request.
To set the delay time (maximum 120 seconds), from the “Maint SW”
submenu press:
• ENTER to enter the second “Additional features” screen;
• ENTER to move the cursor to the “force cond.” parameter;
• UP or DOWN to set the conductivity value (up to 2000 μS/cm);
• ENTER to confirm;
• ESC repeatedly to return to the “Main” screen.
Important: All the changes made since the last copy was saved
will be lost.
Conductivity of the supply water
Forced conductivity setting
To enable the forced conductivity setting, from the “Maint SW” submenu
press:
• ENTER to enter the second “Additional features” screen;
• ENTER to move the cursor to the “force cond.” parameter;
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7.10 GSM (send SMS on alarms)
ON/OFF from supervisor
To enable the humidifier to be switched ON/OFF from the supervisor,
from the “User” submenu press:
• ENTER to confirm;
• DOWN until displaying the screen with the “enable supervisory ON/
OFF” parameter;
• ENTER to move the cursor to the value of the parameter (YES/NO);
• UP or DOWN to enable ON/OFF from the supervisor (YES);
• ESC repeatedly to return to the “Main” screen.
Important: to send an SMS, the humidifier must be fitted with the
electronic board PCO100MDM0, the GSM modem kit
PLW0PGSM00 and a SIM card inserted in the modem (for installation see
par. “5.2” page 17).
Example of an SMS:
“CAREL SPA STEAM BATH New active alarm Cylinder full 16:15 28/ 6/ 7(*)
CAREL – humiSteam code application ....................... and version .........................”
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(*)
For example, to connect three humidifiers to a supervisory network, an
identifier must be assigned to each unit. The supervisor PC will recognise
the three humidifiers using this number.
By setting the GSM function, when alarms are activated the humidifier
sends an SMS (short message service) to the mobile phone number
configured.
(*)
Time/date (and format) correspond to the humidifier data
Important: the humidifier only has one data line (baud rate and
protocol). Enabling the SMS function disables the supervisory
network (and vice-versa).
Important: these procedures should only be carried out by
qualified personnel, improper use may cause serious damage.
Enabling the SMS function
From the “network” submenu:
• ENTER to display the “Supervisor” screen;
• ENTER to move the cursor to the “Ident. number for BMS net”
parameter;
• UP or DOWN to set the identifier number (*) (default: 1);
• ENTER to confirm and move the cursor to the “Baud rate” parameter;
• UP or DOWN to set the baud rate (for SMS 9600BPS);
• ENTER to confirm and move the cursor to the “Protocol” parameter;
• UP or DOWN to select the GSM protocol;
• ENTER to confirm;
• ESC repeatedly to return to the “Main” screen.
Accessing the manual procedures:
From the “Maint HW” screen press:
• ENTER to confirm;
• DOWN to select the “Man. procedure” screen;
• ENTER to confirm and move the cursor to field the enable the
procedure (YES/NO);
• UP or DOWN to enable (YES);
• ENTER to confirm and move the cursor to “contactor”;
• UP or DOWN to test the contactor (ON) and at the end of the test, UP
or DOWN to disable (OFF). Repeat the same procedure for the other
functions that to be tested (on the three consecutive screens);
• at the end of the test return to the first “Man. procedure” screen and
disable the procedure (from YES to NO). The humidifier will return to
normal operation;
• ESC repeatedly to return to the “Main” screen.
Manual procedure functions (distributed over three consecutive
screens):
(*)
This parameter can be used to associate an identifier to each humidifier.
This function is required to identify each unit within a supervisory
network.
•
•
•
•
Contactor
Fill
Drain
Alarm
Light
Reset hour count
Supply fan
Exhaust fan
Essence 1,2,3
Health
Emptying cylinder (**)
Pre-cleaning cylinder (**)
Important:
only use numeric characters;
disable the PIN code on the SIM card;
the messages can only be sent in SMS format;
the SMS messages are subject to the fees and conditions of the
operator providing the SIM card.
CAREL declines all responsibility for the failure to send and receive SMS
messages.
(**)
Screen 1
Screen 2
Screen 3
Humidifier automatically reset at the end of the test.
7.11 Enable supervisor network
From the “network” submenu:
• ENTER to display the “Supervisor” screen;
• ENTER to move the cursor to the “Ident. number for BMS net”
parameter;
• UP or DOWN to set the identifier for each unit (*);
• ENTER to confirm and move the cursor to the “Baud rate” parameter;
• UP or DOWN to set the baud rate for the network in question;
• ENTER to confirm and move the cursor to the “Protocol” parameter;
• UP or DOWN to select the type of protocol;
• ENTER to confirm;
• ESC repeatedly to return to the “Main” screen.
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These procedures are used to manually test the main functions and the
operation of the humidifier.
To enable the manual procedures, the humidifier must not be producing
steam (steam OFF from “ON/OFF quick access” screen).
SMS settings
From the “GSM” submenu
• ENTER to display the “SMS” screen;
• ENTER to move the cursor to the “Text on SMS mask” parameter;
• UP or DOWN to set the text (see “Characters and symbols for naming
the essences” page 21);
• ENTER to set the mobile phone number (**);
• DOWN to move the cursor to the following “SMS” screen, to display the
strength of the GSM signal and the status of the modem;
• ESC repeatedly to return to the “Main” screen.
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7.13 Displaying the alarms
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From the alarm log submenu, press ENTER to display the alarms (type of
alarm, date and time)
The humidifier saves up to 200 alarms.
alarm
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relay
active
consequence
Alarm: EP
excessive reduction in steam production, Perform maintenance on the cylinder
Low Production or excessive foam in the cylinder.
(cylinder OFF)
manual
Alarm: EF
Lack of water
(cylinder OFF)
no water in the cylinder
automatic
active
(automatic
water return
procedure)
stop steam
production
Alarm: Ed
Drain
alarm(Cylinder
OFF)
drain malfunction
1. check that the supply hose and the internal hoses
are not blocked or choked and that there is sufficient
pressure (0.1 to 0.8 MPa, 1 to 8 bars);
2. check the operation of the fill solenoid valve;
3. check that the steam outlet is not operating with
excessive backpressure, preventing the flow of water
into the cylinder by gravity;
4. check that the steam outlet hose is not choked and that
there are no pockets of condensate
check the water drain circuits and the correct operation of
the electric drain pump
manual
active
stop steam
production
Alarm: EL
Low urrent
(Cylinder OFF)
Alarm: EH
High current
(Cylinder OFF)
power not available; when the unit is
activated no steam is produced
with the unit off and disconnected from the mains, check
the electrical connections.
manual
active
stop steam
production
probable fault in the electrodes or water
temporarily too conductive(especially
when restarting after a short stop)
1. check the operation of the electric drain pump;
2. check the seal of the fill solenoid valve when not
energised; drain some of the water and re-start.
manual
active
stop steam
production
Alarm: EC
High
conductivity
(Cylinder OFF)
high supply water conductivity
1. check the limit threshold set;
manual
2. switch the unit off and clean the electrodes that
measure of the conductivity of the water; if the problem
persists, change the origin of the supply water or use a
suitable treatment system (partial demineralisation).
Note: the problem is not resolved by softening the supply
water
pre-alarm: high supply water conductivity 1. check the conductivity of the supply water, if
automatic
necessary use a suitable treatment system (partial
demineralisation).
Note: the problem is not resolved by softening the supply
water
pre-alarm: high temperature
check the operation of the probe and the high temperature automatic
parameter
active
stop steam
production
not
active
signal only
not
active
signal only
Alarm: E_
Low temp.
pre-alarm: low temperature
check the operation of the probe and the low temperature automatic
parameter
not
active
signal only
Alarm: E3
Probe 1 fault or
offline
Alarm: E4
Probe 2 fault or
offline
Warning:
EA Foam
cylinder
1st probe disconnectedor faulty alarm
automatic
active
stop steam
production
automatic
not
active
stop steam
production
manual
not
active
signal only
Warning:
CP Preexhaustion
cylinder
Alarm: EU
full cylinder
(cylinder OFF)
pre-alarm: cylinder being depleted
check the connection of the probe, and the type of
probe selected on the: “type of probe” screen (“Maint HW”
submenu)
check the connection of the probe, and the type of
probe selected on the: “type of probe” screen (“Maint HW”
submenu)
the entrainment of foam is generally due to the presence
of surfactants in the water (lubricants, solvents, detergents,
water treatment agents, softeners) or an excessive
concentration of dissolved salts:
1. drain the water supply lines;
2. clean the cylinder make sure a softener is not used (if so,
use another source of water or reduce the softening).
perform maintenance and/or replace the cylinder
manual
not
active
signal only
cylinder full with unit off
with the unit off :
1. check for any leaks from the fill solenoid valve or the
condensate return from the hose, check that the level
sensors are clean
manual
active
stop steam
production
cylinder depleted
perform maintenance and/or replace the cylinder
manual
active
stop steam
production
Warning: Ec
High
conductivity
Alarm: E=
High temp.
Warning: CL
Exhaustion
cylinder
2nd probe disconnectedor faulty alarm
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meaning and cause
solution
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Warning: CY
Cylinder
maintenance
recommended
cylinder maintenance recommended
perform maintenance and/or replace the cylinder
manual
(reset
Alarm: Mn
Cylinder
maintenance
mandatory
(cylinder OFF)
cylinder maintenance required
Replace the cylinder
Clock board
fault
Clock error
Electronic microprocessor controller installed inside the
backup battery completely
humidifier electrical compartment
discharged or general problems with the
clock
utilities board offline or faulty
- connect the board
- deactivate the utility functions relating to the alarm
signal
Alarm: utility
board 1 or 2
alarm
relay
not
active
consequence
manual
(reset
counter)
active
stop steam
production
manual
not
active
signal only
automatic
active
signal only
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Cylinder OFF= the cylinder is not able to produce steam
The alarm button performs a number of actions, depending on how
many times it is pressed.
Action/Pressing
Effect
the button
second time
third time
fourth time
display the alarm code;
if more than one alarm is active at the same time, the
codes are displayed in sequence by pressing UP or
DOWN.
if the cause of the alarm has been resolved, the alarm
is no longer displayed and the corresponding relay is
deactivated (if fitted)
the cause of the alarm has been resolved, the alarm
is no longer displayed, the corresponding relay is
deactivated and the display shows:
7.15 Mechanically draining the water in the
cylinder
Drain due to gravity without activating the humidifier, recommended if:
• the humidifier is decommissioned, to empty the cylinder without
switching on the humidifier;
• to eliminate the residual water following a drain cycle by pump.
Mechanical drain:
• make sure that the humidifier is not powered;
• remove the cover (see par. “1.6” page 8);
• activate the mechanical device under the cylinder (see part. A Fig.
7.a).
return to the main screen
Tab. 7.b
Models UE001 to UE018
Models UE025 to UE065
7.14 Info-menu
Series of screens that describe the functions and the use of the screens in
the management menu.
Enabling “info-menu” (disabled by default), all access to the submenus
will be preceded by a descriptive screen (to continue navigating, press
ENTER).
Enabling info-menu
From the “utility” submenu press:
• ENTER to confirm;
• DOWN until displaying the screen with the “enable info?” parameter;
• ENTER to move the cursor to the value of the parameter (YES/NO);
• UP or DOWN to enable the info-menu function (YES);
• ESC repeatedly to return to the “Main” screen;
Fig. 7.a
Other types of drains:
• manual (from “ON/OFF quick access” screen, see page 19; and manual
procedure, see par. “7.12” page 25);
• automatic (see par. “Automatic water drain“ page 23.
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8.1 Spare parts for models UE001 to UE018
Key to Figs. 8a and 8.b:
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
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tank
internal pipe kit
fill solenoid valve kit
cylinder
manifold with drain pump
plastic base
plastic humidifier top
TAM (transformer for measuring the current)
transformer
contactor
fuse carrier
pCOe expansion board (controller I/O expansion)
microprocessor electronic controller
power terminals
utility terminal block
plastic base
switch
terminal with liquid crystal display
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Table of water circuit, electrical and electronic spare parts, UE001
to 018
spare part code
UE008 UE009
UE010
UE015
UEKVASC000
KITVC10006
UEKT10000S
KITVC10011
UEKT10000M
18C565A019
18C476A011
18C565A018
HCT1EWF000
09C565A042
0203013AXX
09C565A016
HCA0EW0000
PCOE00TLN0
0203012AXX
F5 - F6 pCOe fuse
AP1 - AP2 Terminal fuse
Connection cable between terminal and
electronic controller
PF1 Controller fuse
position
figure
1
3
2
16
7
3
8.a
8.a
8.a e 8.c
8.b
8.b
8.a
11
8
8.b
8.b e 8.d
9
13
12
8.b e 8.d
8.b e 8.d
8.b
UE018
0606192AXX
0605321ALG
0605581AXX (F41)
0605620AXX (F42)
0605615AXX
0605595AXX
S90CONN002
11
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8.b e 8.d
see wiring diagrams
see wiring diagrams
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see wiring diagrams
0605604AXX
-
see wiring diagrams
Tab. 8.a
Table of spare part codes, single-phase cylinders UE001 to 005,
electrode and gasket kit
Model
STANDARD disposable cylinders
SPECIAL disposable cylinders
SPECIAL openable cylinders
Electrode and gasket kit
200/230 Vac 3~, conductivity 350 to 1250 μS/cm
200/230 Vac 3~, conductivity 125 to 350 μS/cm
200/230 Vac 3~, conductivity 125 to 350 μS/cm
200/230 Vac 3~, conductivity 350 to 1250 μS/cm
200/230 Vac 3~, conductivity 125 to 350 μS/cm
200/230 Vac 3~, conductivity 350 to 1250 μS/cm
Electrode gasket kit
UE001
BL0S1F00H1
UE003
BL0S1F00H1
UE005
BL0S2F00H0
UE009
BL0S3F00H0
BL0S1E00H1
BLCS1E00W1
BLCS1F00W1
KITBLCS1E0
KITBLCS1F0
KITBLC1FG0
BL0S1E00H1
BLCS1E00W1
BLCS1F00W1
KITBLCS2E0
KITBLCS2F0
KITBLC2FG0
BL0S2E00H0
BLCS2E00W0
BLCS2F00W0
KITBLCS2E0
KITBLCS2F0
KITBLC2FG0
BL0S3E00H0
BLCS3E00W0
BLCS3F00W0
KITBLCS3E0
KITBLCS3F0
KITBLC3FG0
Tab. 8.b
Table of spare part codes, three-phase cylinders UE003 to 018,
electrode and gasket kit
Model
STANDARD
disposable
cylinders
SPECIAL
disposable
cylinders
SPECIAL
openable
cylinders
Electrode and
gasket kit
200/230 VAC 3~, conductivity 350 to 1250
μS/cm
400 VAC 3~, conductivity 350 to 750 μS/cm
UE003
BL0T1B00H1
UE005
BL0T2B00H0
UE008
BL0T2B00H0
UE010
BL0T3B00H0
UE015
BL0T3A00H0
UE018
BL0T3B00H0
BL0T1C00H1
BL0T2C00H0
BL0T2C00H0
BL0T3C00H0
BL0T3B00H0
BL0T3B00H0
200/230 VAC 3~, conductivity 125..350 μS/cm
400 VAC 3~, conductivity 125 to 350 μS/cm
400 VAC 3~, conductivity 750 to 1250 μS/cm
200/230 VAC 3~, conductivity 125..350 μS/cm
400 VAC 3~, conductivity 125 to 350 μS/cm
400 VAC 3~, conductivity 350 to 750 μS/cm
400 VAC 3~, conductivity 750 to 1250 μS/cm
Electrode kit 200/230 Vac 3~, 125/350 μS/cm
Electrode kit 200/230 Vac 3~, 350/1250 μS/cm
Electrode kit 400 Vac 3~, 125/350 μS/cm
Electrode kit 400 Vac 3~, 350/750 μS/cm
Electrode kit 400 Vac 3~, 750/1250 μS/cm
Electrode gasket kit
BL0T1A00H1
BL0T1A00H1
BL0T1D00H1
BLCT1A00W1
BLCT1A00W1
BLCT1C00W1
BLCT1D00W1
KITBLCT1A0
KITBLCT1B0
KITBLCT1A0
KITBLCT1C0
KITBLCT1D0
KITBLC1FG0
BL0T2A00H1
BL0T2B00H0
BL0T2D00H0
BLCT2A00W1
BLCT2B00W0
BLCT2C00W0
BLCT2D00W0
KITBLCT2A0
KITBLCT2B0
KITBLCT2B0
KITBLCT2C0
KITBLCT2D0
KITBLC2FG0
BL0T2A00H1
BL0T2B00H0
BL0T2D00H0
BLCT2A00W1
BLCT2B00W0
BLCT2C00W0
BLCT2D00W0
KITBLCT2A0
KITBLCT2B0
KITBLCT2B0
KITBLCT2C0
KITBLCT2D0
KITBLC2FG0
BL0T3A00H1
BL0T3B00H0
BL0T3D00H0
BLCT3A00W1
BLCT3B00W0
BLCT3C00W0
BLCT3D00W0
KITBLCT3A0
KITBLCT3B0
KITBLCT3B0
KITBLCT3C0
KITBLCT3D0
KITBLC3FG0
BL0T3A00H1
BL0T3B00H0
BL0T3D00H0
BLCT3A00W1
BLCT3B00W0
BLCT3B00W0
BLCT3D00W0
KITBLCT3A0
KITBLCT3B0
KITBLCT3B0
KITBLCT3C0
KITBLCT3D0
KITBLC3FG0
BL0T3A00H1
BL0T3B00H0
BL0T3D00H0
BLCT3A00W1
BLCT3B00W0
BLCT3B00W0
BLCT3D00W0
KITBLCT3A0
KITBLCT3B0
KITBLCT3B0
KITBLCT3C0
KITBLCT3D0
KITBLC3FG0
Tab. 8.c
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installer
UE005
user
Water circuit
Fill tank + conductivity meter
Fill solenoid valve kit
Internal pipe kit
Plastic humidifier base
Plastic humidifier top
Assembled f/d manifold + pump
Electrical and electronics
Display terminal
TAM (current transformer)
Contactor
Power transformer: 230-400/24-24 V
Microprocessor electronic controller
pCOe expansion board (Controller I/O
expansion)
Fuse carrier
F1 - F2 230 to 400 Vac power fuses
F4 Transformer secondary fuse (F41)
UE003
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UE001
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8.2 Spare parts, models UE025 to UE065
Key:
service
user
installer
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Fig. 8.c
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drain circuit
fill solenoid valve kit
internal pipe kit
drain pump kit
manifold
cylinder
drain pump hose
TAM (transformer for measuring the current)
contactor
transformer
pCOe expansion board (controller I/O expansion)
pump control relay
fuse carrier
microprocessor electronic controller
power terminals
utility terminal block
cable clamp
switch
terminal with liquid crystal display (fitted on the cover of the
electrical compartment)
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Table of water circuit, electrical and electronic spare parts, UE025
to UE065
spare part code
UE045
400 V
230 V
position
13C479A001
18C499A001
KITPS00000
7
5
4
UEKT10000L
UEKT1000XL
3
FWHDCV0000
KITCN00000
KITVC10058
KITVC10070 KITVC10070 KITVC10070 2
13C565A031
1
HCT1EWF000
PCOE00TLN0
09C565A042
0203014AXX
09C565A044
HCA0EW0000
0606193AXX
0102001AXX
0605319AXX
0203013AXX
figure
UE065
installer
Water circuit
Drain pump hose
Manifold
Drain pump kit
Internal pipe kit
Double check valve kit
Conductivity meter kit
Fill solenoid valve kit
Drain circuit
Electrical and electronics
Display terminal
pCOe expansion board (controller I/O expansion)
TAM (current transformer)
Contactor (V= 400)
Power transformer: 230/400-24V
Microprocessor electronic controller
Fuse carrier
Pump control relay
F1 - F2 230 to 400Vac power fuses
UE035
8.c
8.c
8.c
8.a e 8.c
8.c
8.c
19
11
8
8.b
8.d
8.b e 8.d
10
14
13
12
-
8.b e 8.d
8.b e 8.d
8.b e 8.d
8.d
see wiring
diagrams
see wiring
diagrams
see wiring
diagrams
see wiring
diagrams
0203007AXX
F3 Pump fuse
0605319AXX
-
F4 Transformer secondary fuse
0605624AXX
-
F5 - F6 pCOe fuse
0605615AXX
-
AP1 - AP2 Terminal fuse
0605595AXX
-
Connection cable between terminal and HHPC
PF1 Controller fuse
S90CONN002
0605604XXX
-
user
UE025
service
description
see wiring
diagrams
see wiring
diagrams
Tab. 8.d
Table of spare parts for standard and special cylinders UE025 to
UE065
Description
STANDARD disposable cylinders
SPECIAL disposable cylinders
SPECIAL openable cylinders
Electrode and gasket kit
200/230V 3ph cylinder, conductivity 350 to 1250 μS/cm
400V 3ph Cylinder, conductivity 350 to 1250 μS/cm
200/230V 3ph Cylinder, conductivity 125 to 350 μS/cm
400V 3ph Cylinder, conductivity 125 to 350 μS/cm
200/230V 3ph Cylinder, conductivity 125 to 350 μS/cm
200/230V 3ph Cylinder, conductivity 350 to 1250 μS/cm
400V 3ph Cylinder, conductivity 125 to 350 μS/cm
400V 3ph Cylinder, conductivity 350 to 1250 μS/cm
200/230V 3ph Cylinder, conductivity 125 to 350 μS/cm
200/230V 3ph Cylinder, conductivity 350 to 1250 μS/cm
400V 3ph Cylinder, conductivity 125 to 350 μS/cm
400V 3ph Cylinder, conductivity 350 to 1250 μS/cm
Gasket kit
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UE025
BL0T4C00H0
BL0T4C00H0
UE035
BL0T4B00H0
BL0T4D00H0
UE045
BL0T5A00H1
BL0T4C00H0
UE065
BL0T5C00H0
BL0T4B00H0
BL0T4C00H0
BLCT4B00W0
BLCT4C00W0
BLCT4C00W0
BLCT4C00W0
KITBLCT4B0
KITBLCT4C0
KITBLCT4C0
KITBLCT4D0
KITBLC4FG0
BL0T4B00H0
BL0T4C00H0
BLCT4B00W0
BLCT4B00W0
BLCT4C00W0
BLCT4D00W0
KITBLCT4B0
KITBLCT4C0
KITBLCT4C0
KITBLCT4D0
KITBLC4FG0
BL0T5A00H1
BL0T4B00H0
BLCT5A00W0
BLCT5A00W0
BLCT4B00W0
BLCT4C00W0
KITBLCT5A0
KITBLCT5A0
KITBLCT4B0
KITBLCT4C0
KITBLC4FG0
-BL0T5B00H0
--BLCT5B00W0
BLCT5C00W0
--KITBLCT5B0
KITBLCT5C0
KITBLC5FG0
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installer
8.3 Cleaning and maintenance of the cylinder
The cable ends must be tightened with the top nut to 3 Newton • m.
Replacement
Important: the cylinder must be only be replaced by qualified
personnel, and with the humidifier unplugged from the power
supply.
In normal conditions, the disposable cylinders should be replaced after
one year (or 2500 hours of operation, if cleaned periodically), while the
openable cylinders last 5 years (or 10,000 hours of operation, if cleaned
periodically). They must be replaced immediately – even before the
specified intervals – if any anomalies occur. For example, when the lime
scale inside the cylinder prevents the correct flow of electric current.
A
B
2
E
1
2
D
F
C
3
user
7.
service
8.
9.
10.
11.
Important:
solvents;
• scale can be removed using a solution of 20% acetic acid and then
rinsing with water.
Maintenance checks on other components:
o fill solenoid valve (Fig. 8.a part. 3 and Fig. 8.c part. 2). After having
disconnected the cables and the tubing, remove the solenoid valve
and make sure the inlet filter is clean; if necessary, clean with water
and a soft brush;
o manifold with drain pump (Fig. 8.a part. 5). Check that there are no
solid residues in the cylinder attachment, remove any impurities.
Check that the gasket (o-ring) is not damaged or cracked, replace if
necessary. Check that there are no solid residues in the drain hose;
o drain pump (Fig. 8.c part. 4). Disconnect the power supply, unscrew
the fastening screws and remove any impurities (Fig. 8.a part. 6). Clean
the tank from any deposits and check that the water flows freely from
the tank to the drain (corresponding to the drain pump);
o tank (Fig. 8.a part. 1). Check that there are no obstructions or solid
particles and that the conductivity measuring electrodes are clean,
remove any impurities and rinse;
o internal pipe kit (Fig. 8.a part. 2 and Fig. 8.c part. 3). Check that the
pipes and hoses are free and clear of impurities, remove any impurities
and rinse.
Important: after having replaced or checked the water circuit,
make sure that the connections are tight. Restart the unit and run
a number of fill and drain cycles (from 2 to 4), after which, applying the
safety procedure, check for any water leaks.
Fuses in the auxiliary circuits
Fuses
F1 & F2
F3
F41 (s 1)
F42 (s 2)
8.4 Cylinder connection, three-phase models
UE025 to UE065
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• when cleaning the plastic components do not use detergents or
Important: In the event of water leaks, disconnect the power
supply from the humidifier as the water may conduct electricity.
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1
8.5 Cleaning and maintenance of the other
components
After extended operation, or when using water rich in salts, the solid
deposits that naturally form on the electrodes may grow until attaching
to the inside wall of the cylinder. If these deposits are conductive the heat
generated may overheat the plastic until it melts, with the risk of very hot
water being released.
125/350 μS/cm
350/1250 μS/cm
125/350 μS/cm
350/1250 μS/cm
125/350 μS/cm
350/1250 μS/cm
125/350 μS/cm
350/1250 μS/cm
350/1250 μS/cm
A
B
Fig. 8.e
Periodical checks
• After one hour of operation: check for any significant water leaks.
• Every 15 days or no more than 300 operating hours: check operation,
the absence of significant water leaks, the general conditions of
the casing. Check that during operation there are no arcs or sparks
between the electrodes.
• Every 3 months or no more than 1000 operating hours:
- disposable cylinders: check operation, the absence of significant
water leaks and if necessary replace the cylinder;
- openable cylinders: if there are significantly blackened areas, check
the deposits on the electrodes and clean them, using the specific
electrode and gasket kit (see Tab. 8.c).
• Every year or no more than 2500 operating hours:
- disposable cylinders: replace;
- openable cylinders: if there are significantly blackened areas, check
the deposits on the electrodes and clean them, using the specific
electrode and gasket kit (see Tab. 8.c).
• After 5 years or no more than 10,000 operating hours: replace the
openable cylinder.
conductivity (μS/cm)
C
2
1
2
switch on the power supply (safety procedure);
wait for the humidifier and the cylinder to cool down;
remove the front cover (see par. “1.6” page 8);
disconnect the electrical cables from the top of the cylinder;
release the cylinder from its fastening device and lift it up to remove
it;
insert the new cylinder (make sure that the model and the power
supply of the new cylinder correspond to the rated data);
fasten the cylinder;
reconnect the electrical cables to the top of the cylinder;
replace the front cover;
switch on the humidifier.
production
(kg/h)
25
3
E
D
F
A
B
Replacement procedure:
1. empty all the water (see par. “7.15” page 27);
2. turn off the humidifier (switch “0”), and open the mains disconnect
3.
4.
5.
6.
3
3
power supply (V)
230
400
A
B
B
B
A
B
A
B
A
A
A
B
/
A
/
B
/
B
Tab. 8.f
F5 & F6
AP1 & AP2
controller
fuse PF1
32
UE001 to 018
4 A fast-blow. 10.3x38
5 A T slow-blow 5x20 ceramic
2 Amp. T slow-blow 5x20
ceramic
1 A T slow-blow 5x20 glass
6.3 A T slow-blow 5x20 ceramic
2 A T slow-blow 5x20 glass
(minimum size of connection
cables 1.5 mm2)
UE 025 to 065
1 A fast-blow. 10.3x38
1 A fast-blow. 10.3x38
2.5 A T slow-blow 5x20
ceramic
1 A T slow-blow 5x20 glass
6.3 A T slow-blow 5x20
ceramic
2 A T slow-blow 5x20 glass
(minimum size of connection
cables 1.5 mm2)
Tab. 8.f
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9. WIRING DIAGRAMS
installer
9.1 Diagram of single-phase models UE001 to UE009
user
utilities
service
probe inputs
Fig. 9.a
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9.2 Diagram of three-phase models UE003 to UE018
user
installer
utilities
service
probe inputs
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9.3 Diagram of three-phase models UE025 to UE065
user
installer
utilities
service
probe inputs
Fig. 9.c
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10. CARATTERISTICHE GENERALI E MODELLI
model
UE001
UE003
UE005
UE009
UE010
UE015
UE018
UE025
UE035
UE065
4.9
9.8
5.6
3.2
16.3
9.4
5.4
15.1
8.7
29.3
18.8
10.8
28.2
16.2
19.5
47.1
27.1
65.9
37.9
84.7
48.7
70.4
rated specifications
TAM configuration(5)
10.a
10.d
10.a
10.d
10.d
10.d
10.a
10.d
10.a
10.a
10.a
10.d
10.a
10.a
10.a
10.b
10.c
10.b
10.b
10.b
10.c
10.c
* Version 0 with 1/2 phase in TAM
(1)
tolerance allowed on the rated mains voltage: -15%, +10%;
(2)
tolerance on the rated values: +5%, -10% (EN 60335-1);
(3)
recommended values refer to laying PVC or rubber cables in closed
conduits, 20 m long;
(4)
rated max instant steam production: the average steam production
may be affected by external factors, such as: ambient temperature,
water quality, steam distribution system;
(5)
100
300
100
100
500
300
100
500
100
500
300
300
500
300
300
500
500
500
300
700
700
700
cablr(3)
(mm2)
line fuses(3) (A /
type)
wiring diagram
(Fig.)
1.5
2.5
2.5
1.5
6.0
2.5
1.5
6.0
2.5
10.0
6.0
2.5
10.0
6.0
6.0
25
16
35
16
50
25
35
10 A / fast-blow
16 A / fast-blow
16 A / fast-blow
10 A / fast-blow
32 A / fast-blow
16 A / fast-blow
10 A / fast-blow
32 A / fast-blow
16 A / fast-blow
40 A / fast-blow
32 A / fast-blow
16 A / fast-blow
40 A / fast-blow
32 A / fast-blow
32 A / fast-blow
63 A / fast-blow
50 A / fast-blow
100 A / fast-blow
60 A / fast-blow
125 A / fast-blow
80 A / fast-blow
100 A / fast-blow
9.1
9.1
9.2
9.2
9.1
9.2
9.2
9.2
9.2
9.1
9.2
9.2
9.2
9.2
9.2
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.3
Tab. 10.a
refer to the wiring diagrams to verify..
Important: the data are not absolute and if these differ from local
standards, the latter must prevail;
Configurazioni e collegamenti TAM (trasformatore
TAM configurations and connections (transformer for
measuring the current)
Important: the configurations and connections are already made
by CAREL, and no changes are required. The following diagrams
represent possible connection modes and may be useful in the event of
serious electrical malfunctions on the humidifier.
All operations must only be performed by qualified personnel, improper
use may cause serious damage.
Fig. 10.a
one turn of the two cables of
the same phase
two cable turns of the same
phase
Fig. 10.b
Fig.10.c
Important: to avoid interference, separate the power cables from
the probe cables.
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one cable in “double turn” mode
100
300
500
700
one cable turn
100
300
500
700
service
UE045
current(2)
(A)
100
300
500
700
user
UE008
power supply
steam
code
voltage(1)
power(2)
production (2;
(kW)
(V - type)
4)
(kg/h)
1.5
1.1
D
230 - 1~N
3.0
2.2
D
230 - 1~N
K
230 - 3~
L
400 - 3~
5.0
3.7
D
230 – 1~N
K
230 - 3~
L
400 - 3~
8.0
6.0
K
230 – 3~
L
400 – 3~
9.0
6.7
D
230 - 1~
10.0
7.5
K
230 – 3~
L
400 – 3~
15.0
11.2
K
230 – 3~
L
400 – 3~
18
13.5
L
400 – 3~
25
18.7
K
230 – 3~
L
400 – 3~
35
26.2
K
230 – 3~
L
400 – 3~
45
33.7
K
230 – 3~
L
400 – 3~
65
48.7
L
400 – 3~
100
300
500
700
installer
10.1 humiSteam Wellness models and electrical specifications
Fig.10.d
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10.2 Technical specifications
22/30
400 V
outlet pressure limits (Pa)
supply water
connection
temperature limits (°C)
pressure limits (MPa)
hardness limits (°fH)
instant flow-rate (l/min)
conductivity range (μS/cm)
drain water
connection (dia. mm)
typical temperature (°C)
instant flow-rate (l/min)
environmental conditions
ambient operating temp.
(°C)
ambient operating humidity
(% rH)
storage temperature (°C)
storage humidity (% rH)
index of protection
electronic controller
wellness
auxiliary voltage/frequency
(V - Hz)
maximum auxiliary power
(VA)
probe inputs (general
features)
active probe power supply
(general features)
alarm relay outputs(general
features)
remote enable input
(general features)
output
instant steam production(1)
(kg/h)
power input at rated
voltage (kW)
30
22/30
0/1500
1x40
30
0/1300
1x40
0/2000
0/1350
3/4” G
1 to 40
0.1 to 0.8 (1 to 8 bars)
≤ 40
1.1
125 to 1250
0.6
2x40
-2x40
5.85 (7 for UE045 A 230Vac)
7
40
≤100
7
22.5
1T40
10 to 60
-10T70
5 to 95
IP20
HCA0EW0000
24 / 50/60
180
40
can be selected for the following signals: 0 to 1 Vdc. 0 to 10 Vdc. 2 to 10 Vdc. 0 to 20 mA. 4 to 20 mA. NTC
input impedence: 60 kΩ with: 0 to 1 Vdc. 0 to 10 Vdc. 2 to 10 Vdc signals
50 Ω with: 0 to 20 mA. 4 to 20 mA signals
15 Vdc. 100 mA. protected against short-circuits
+1 Vdc with 135 Ω load
250 V 5 A (2 A) - type of action-microswitching 1C
voltage-free contact; max. resistance 50 Ω; Vmax= 24 Vdc; Imax= 6 mA
1.5
3.0
3.0
5.0
5.0
8.0
9
10.0
15.0
18.0
25
35
45
65
1.12
2.25
2.5
3.75
3.75
6.0
6.75
7.5
11.25
13.5
18.75
26.25
33.75
48.75
Tab. 10.b
* single-phase, ** three-phase.
(1)
= the average steam production is affected by factors such as: ambient temperature, water quality, steam distribution system
10.3 Models of steam hoses
UE005W
UE008W
UE009W
UE010W
UE015W
UE018W
UE025W
UE035W
UE045W
UE065W
inside dia. (mm)
22
30
40
UE003W
steam outlet dia. (mm)
max. capacity (kg/h)
UE001W
UEW model
code
CAREL steam hoses
code
1312360AXX
1312365AXX
1312367AXX
installer
230 V
user
steam
connection (dia.
mm)
UEW model
UE001* UE003* UE003** UE005* UE005** UE008** UE009* UE010** UE015** UE018** UE025** UE035** UE045** UE065**
service
technical specifications
22
1/1,5
22
3
30
5
30
8
30
9
30
10
30
15
30
18
40
25
40
35
40
45
2x40
65
√
-
√
-
√
-
√
-
√
-
√
-
√
-
√
-
√
√
√
√
Tab. 10.c
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10.4 Models of concentrated jet steam distributors
UE001W
UE003W
UE005W
UE008W
UE009W
UE010W
UE015W
UE018W
UE025W
UE035W
UE045W
UE065W
UEW model
22
1/1.5
22
3
30
5
30
8
30
9
30
10
30
15
30
18
40
25
40
35
40
45
2x40
65
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
(2)*
(2)*
(4)**
(4)**
Tab. 10.d
user
installer
code
steam outlet dia. (mm)
max. capacity (kg/h)
CAREL SD steam distributors
code
steam inlet dia. (mm)
SDPOEM0012
22/30
SDPOEM0022
30
SDPOEM0000
30
max. capacity kg/h
3
18
18 (with 30 mm opening)
1 = the humidifier is connected to just one distributor
(2) = the humidifier is connected to two distributors (using the “Y” kit: UEKY000000)
2 = the humidifier is fitted with two outlets and can be connected to two distributors
(4) = the humidifier is fitted with two outlets and can be connected to up to four distributors (using two “Y” kits)
* = use CAREL “Y” kit code UEKY000000 (40 mm inlet and 2 x 30 mm outlets)
** = use CAREL “Y” kit code UEKY000000 (40 mm inlet and 2 x 30 mm outlets)
10.5 Models of linear distributors
UE003W
UE005W
UE008W
UE009W
UE010W
UE015W
UE018W
UE025W
UE035W
UE045W
UE065W
CAREL DP linear distributors
code
steam inlet
dia. (mm)
DP035D22R0
22
DP045D22R0
22
DP060D22R0
22
DP085D22R0
22
DP035D30R0
30
DP045D30R0
30
DP060D30R0
30
DP085D30R0
30
DP105D30R0
30
DP125D30R0
30
DP085D40R0
40
DP105D40R0
40
DP125D40R0
40
DP165D40R0
40
DP205D40R0
40
UE001W
service
UEW model
code
steam outlet dia.
(mm)
max. capacity kg/h
22
22
30
30
30
30
30
30
40
40
40
2x40
1/1.5
3
5
8
9
10
15
18
25
35
45
65
1
1
1
1
-
1
1
1
1
-
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
(2)*
(2)*
(2)*
1
1
1
-
-
-
-
(2)**
1
1
1
1
(2)**
(2)**
1
1
1
(4)**
2
2
2
Tab. 10.e
max. capacity kg/h length in mm
4
6
9
9
5
8
12
18
18
18
25
35
45
45
45
332
438
597
835
343
427
596
850
1048
1245
834
1015
1222
1636
2025
-
-
1
1
-
1
1
-
1
1
-
1
1
-
1 = the humidifier is connected to just one distributor
(2) = the humidifier is connected to two distributors (using the “Y” kit: UEKY000000) or UEKY000400)
2 = the humidifier is fitted with two outlets and can be connected to two linear distributors
(4) = the humidifier is fitted with two outlets and can be connected to up to four linear distributors (using two “Y” kits)
* = use CAREL “Y” kit code UEKY000000 (40 mm inlet and 2 x 30 mm outlets)
** = use CAREL “Y” kit code UEKY40400 (40 mm inlet and 2 x 30 mm outlets)
CAREL reserves the right modify or change its products without prior warning.
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1
-
1
1
-
CAREL S.p.A.
Via dell’Industria, 11 - 35020 Brugine - Padova (Italy)
Tel. (+39) 049.9716611 - Fax (+39) 049.9716600
e-mail: carel @ carel. com - www .carel. com
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