Full Gauge Microsol SWP Advanced manual

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SET
1. DESCRIPTION
2. APPLICATION
3. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
The Microsol SWP Advanced is a differential thermostat for solar heating that
controls the water circulation pump based on the temperature differential between the solar
collector and the pool or thermal reservoir. The controller has functions to prevent
overheating and freezing of water in the solar collector. Also provides access protection to
the parameters configuration.
The Microsol Advanced series is characterized by distinctive design for use in
residential environments, by operation facility With easy access keys to main features of
the controller and the use of the custom display. The display technology employed allows
providing a simple and complete information of the solar heating system, such as: output
status, operation mode of the pump, position and temperature of sensors.
- Solar heating systems for swimming pools
- Solar heating systems for thermal reservoirs
-Power: Microsol SWP Advanced: 230Vac ±10%(50/60Hz) or version 115Vac
±10%(50/60Hz)
- Operating temperature: 0 to 50ºC
- Operating humidity: 10 to 90% UR (without condensation)
- Sensors: The Microsol SWP Advanced has 2 sensors:
Sensor T1: Solar Collector – SB59 Sensor, metal tip, Silicone, 1m
Sensor T2: Thermal reservoir – SB41 Sensor, plastic tip, 2m
- Control temperature: Sensor T1: -50 to 200ºC / -58 to 392ºF
Sensor T2: -50 to 105ºC / -58 to 221ºF
- Resolution: 0.1ºC between -10 and 100ºC and 1ºC in the remaining range
1ºF in all range
- Control output: The Microsol SWP Advanced has one relay output:
PUMP - Relay output, max. 1HP in 220Vca (½ HP in 127 Vca)
- Dimensions: 104 x 148 x 32 mm
- Display: LCD 2.75'' with backlight
4. INDICATIONS AND SCREEN
4.1 PRESENTATION
4.2 INDICATIONS
In programming, parameter setting released
In programming, parameter setting locked
Display of temperature on the Fahrenheit scale
Display of temperature on the Celsius scale
Pump on due the cooling function
Pump on due the antifreeze function
Pump on due the function of the vacuum tube
Pump on due the temperature differential (T1-T2)
Output of pump on
T1 sensor position - solar collector
T2 sensor position - pool / thermal reservoir
Indicates the occurrence of overheating T1
Indicates the occurrence of T1 sensor error - solar collector
Indicates the occurrence of T2 sensor error - pool / thermal reservoir
Lock functions enabled
5. OPERATIONS FOR DOMESTIC USER
5.1 MAP OF KEYS
The controller has facilitated accesses to the pertinent resources to the user. Following
table describing these:
Short press: temperature setting for heating the pool / reservoir
Long press (4 seconds): access to advanced settings
Long press (see F12 parameter): enable/disable lock of functions
Short press: Toggles the display of the temperature (DIF, T1, T2) for 10 seconds
Short press: Toggles the pump mode for MANUAL ON (MAN)
Short press: Toggles the pump mode for AUTOMATIC (AUT)
Short press: Toggles the pump mode for OFF (Disconnected)
5.2 POOL/RESERVOIR HEATING TEMPERATURE (T2 SENSOR)
Sets the comfort temperature of the pool or thermal reservoir (T2). Upon
reaching this temperature the water circulation pump is disconnected,
avoiding thermal discomfort. To adjust this parameter give a short press on
the SET key. Use or keys to adjust the value. To confirm this give a short
press on the SET key and the value is saved in the controller's memory. This
parameter can be adjusted between 0.0 to 105 °C or between 32 to 221°F.
5.3 PUMP WATER OPERATION MODE
To change the operation mode of the water pump use , and keys. The circulation
water pump between the solar collector and thermal pool or reservoir can operate in three
different modes. Description below:
Obs.: In the pump mode adjustment, the controller assumes the new Mode 5 seconds
after your selection. This is also the time required for the parameter to be stored in its
memory.
When selected the MAN (manual) mode, the operation mode of the pump remains in this
state for a period of 6 hours (fixed time) after the controller assumes the AUT (AUTO)
mode. If you want to return to the AUT mode before 6 hours, press the AUT key at any time.
5.4 VIEW OTHER TEMPERATURES
To toggle between the display of the T1 temperature sensor, T2 sensor or differential of
these (T1-T2), give short press on key until the desired temperature appears on the
display. On digits in the upper display the measured temperature is displayed, and on the
digits of the lower display the sensor description.
The selected temperature is displayed on the display for 10 seconds, after this preferential
indication is displayed again, as set in [,F01] parameter - Preferred Indication.
5.5 LOCK OF FUNCTIONS
For security purposes and to prevent unauthorized users from changing the settings of the
controller, there is a lockout of functions feature. With this setting enabled, the parameters
cannot be changed, however, can be viewed. In the lock condition, trying to change the
value of a parameter is displayed the [,LOC][,,On] message on the display.
To enable / disable the locking function should keep pressed the key the time set in
parameter [,F12] - Time to lock functions.
The icon indicates the user the lock state, when lit indicates that the lock function is
active.
CLUE: with the lock functions enabled, you avoid children, visitors or curious will change
the operation mode or controller parameters. When there is need for a change, just hold
down the key to enable / disable this feature.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
MAN Pump Mode Key (Manual)
AUT Pump Mode Key (Automatic)
OFF Pump Mode Key (Disconnected)
Decrease Key
SET Key
Increase Key
Pump operation mode indication
Signs of the controller
Solar heating system indication
Digits of the lower display
Digits of the upper display
SET
LOC
MAX+
+
+
AUTPUMP
off
PUMP
MANPUMP
SET
SET
6. ADVANCED OPERATIONS FOR INSTALLER (TECHNICAL USE)
6.1 CHANGE OF CONTROLLER PARAMETERS
Access the settings menu by pressing the key for 4 seconds until [FuNc] appears.
Then [Code] appears, then press the SET key again, short press. Use the or keys
to enter the value of the access code 123, and when ready press the SET key (short
press) again.
Use the or keys to select the desired function. With a short press on the SET key you
can edit its value. Use the or keys to change the value, when ready give a short press
the SET key to store the set value and return to the function menu.
To exit the menu and return to normal operation (temperature indication) press and hold
the SET key (long press) until [----]appears.
SET
MCSOLADVANSWP01-02T-14491
DIFFERENTIAL THERMOSTAT
FOR SOLAR HEATING
Ver. 01
A SET
1
2
3
6
5
4
MAX
am pm
SET LOC
AUT
off
MANPUMP
78
11
9 10
am
pm
AUTPUMP
SWP
AUT= Circulation pump in automatic mode
operating as setting of the parameters
MAN= Circulation pump On
OFF= Circulation pump always turned off
Attention: In this mode the pump is maintained turned on ,
ignoring the protection functions and temperature sensors.
When accessing the parameter setting, the upper display will be flashing and
the SET icon is displayed, indicating that you can change the parameter
value.
6.2 TABLE OF PARAMETERS
Access code
Preferential indication
Differential (T1-T2) to turn on the pump
Differential (T1-T2) to turn off the pump
Antifreeze temperature (T1) to turn on the pump
Minimum time of antifreeze
Overheating temperature (T1) to turn off the pump
Cooling (T2)
Vacuum tube function
Hysteresis of heating temperature of pool / reservoir (T2) (TEMP parameter)
Offset of T1 sensor indication
Offset of T2 sensor indication
Time to lock functions
Display backlight intensity
Min Max Unit Min Max Unit
CELSIUS FAHRENHEIT
Fun
[CoDE]
[,F01]
[,F02]
[,F03]
[,F04]
[,F05]
[,F06]
[,F07]
[,F08]
[,F09]
[,F10]
[,F11]
[,F12]
[,F13]
6.3 DESCRIPTION OF PARAMETERS
[CoDE] – Access code (123):
Required if you want to change the parameters for advanced configuration. To view the set
parameters only, it is not necessary to insert this code.
[,F01] – Preferential indication:
This function allows you to choose the temperature that would normally be displayed on the
display. You can select between:
[,DIF]– T1-T2 Differential. Shows how many degrees is the difference between
the solar collector (T1) and the pool or thermal reservoir (T2).
[,,T1]– Temperature of collectors (T1).
[,,T2]– Temperature of pool/thermal reservoir (T2).
[,F02] – Differential (T1-T2) to turn on the pump:
Allows you to configure the temperature difference between the solar collector and the pool
/ thermal reservoir to trigger the circulation pump. As the collectors receive energy, the T1
sensor temperature increases when this temperature is above a certain value of the T2
sensor temperature, the pump is turned on and circulates the heated water, storing it in the
reservoir.
[,F03] – Differential (T1-T2) to turn off the pump:
Allows you to configure the temperature difference between the solar collector and the pool
/ thermal reservoir to turn off the circulation pump. With the pump on, the temperature
difference between the collector and the reservoir (T1-T2) tends to decrease. When this
value falls to a certain value, the pump is turned off, stopping the water flow.
[,F04]– Antifreeze temperature (T1) to turn on the pump:
When the temperature of collectors (T1) is too low (ex.: winter nights) the pump is turned on,
depending on the temperature set this parameter to prevent the water from freezing in the
solar collector and damaging them. The hysteresis of this control is fixed and set at 2.0ºC.
To disable this function moves the setting to the minimum until [,,no] appears.
[,F05] – Minimum time of antifreeze:
This minimum time of pump on serves as security to ensure that water passes by all
collectors. Even if the temperature of T1 sensor exceeds the antifreeze temperature
(parameter [,F04]), the controller regards the time set in this parameter. This function is
widely used in large projects by the amount of installed plates. To disable this function
moves the setting to the minimum until [,,no]appears.
[,F06]– Overheating temperature (T1) to turn off the pump:
When the temperature in the collector (T1) is above the value set in this parameter, the
pump is turned off to prevent the heated water circulating through the pipes and damaging
them, if PVC pipes are used for example. The hysteresis of this control is fixed and set at
2.0ºC.
[,F07] – Cooling (T2):
Aims to cool the pool / thermal reservoir at night when the heating temperature ([temp]
parameter) is exceeded and the difference between the collector (T1) and reservoir (T2)
reaches -4.0°C (fixed). The pump is then turned on, using the collector as a radiator to cool
the pool water. When the differential (T1-T2) is less than -2,0ºC (fixed) or temperature (T2)
falls below the heating temperature of the reservoir ([temp] parameter) the pump is
switched off.
[,F08] – Vacuum tube function:
When this feature is enabled, drives the pump for 20 seconds (fixed) every 30 minutes
(fixed) that the pump is switched off, while the collector temperature (T1) is above 20.0°C
(fixed) and the temperature differential (T1-T2) is positive.
There are models of vacuum tube collectors that do not allow direct measurement of the
collector temperature, for lack of foresight for immersion sensors.
For a correct measurement of the water temperature at the outlet of the collector is
necessary that a minimum water flow occurs. For this, the solar circuit must activate the
pump at regular intervals, so that heated water from the collector reaches the sensor T1.
Note: The controller prioritizes the protection settings (overheating), ignoring the function
of the vacuum tube, upon the occurrence thereof.
[,F09] – Hysteresis of heating temperature of pool / reservoir (T2) [temp]
parameter):
If the pump is stopped by heating of the reservoir ([temp]), using this function you can
define a temperature range within which the pump will remain off.
For example: If adjusted [temp]=[,30.0]and [,F09]=[,,1.0], pool / thermal
reservoir heating will turn off when the temperature of the T2 sensor reaches 30.0°C, and
again just calling to heat when it drops below 29.0°C (30.0 - 1.0 = 29.0).
[,F10]– Offset of T1 sensor indication:
[,F11]– Offset of T2 sensor indication:
To compensate possible misreading of T1 (collector) and T2 (reservoir) sensors from
sensor replacement or modification of cable length.
[,F12] – Time to lock functions:
Sets the time that must be held down the increment key to lock / unlock the parameter
changes. For further information see section 5.5 - Lock of Functions To disable this
function moves the setting to the minimum until [,,no] appears.
[,F13] – Display backlight intensity:
Sets the backlight intensity of the display to set its contrast.
7. SIGNALS
Notes:
am pm
- If no 123 code has been inserted, when accessing the parameter setting
the icon will be displayed on upper display, indicate that the setting
is locked.
- By blocking the active functions to press or keys to change the value
of the function, the controller displays the [,LOC] [,,On] message on
display and you cannot make the parameter adjustment.
SET
LOC
LOC
am
Note: In the event of any error information the controller signals the user, briefly flashing
the backlight of the display, to call attention.
- Reason: 1 sensor disconnected or out of range.
- Reason: 2 sensor disconnected or out of range.
StandardDescription
0
DIF
1.0
1.0
no (-19)
no (0)
0.0
Off
Off
0.1
-5.0
-5.0
no (3)
1
999
T2
40.0
40.0
10.0
600
200
On
On
20.0
5.0
5.0
30
10
-
-
ºC
ºC
ºC
s
ºC
-
-
ºC
ºC
ºC
s
-
0
T2
8.0
4.0
8.0
60
90.0
Off
Off
1.0
0.0
0.0
4
8
0
DIF
1
1
no (-2)
no (0)
32
Off
Off
1
-9
-9
no (3)
1
999
T2
72
72
50
600
392
On
On
36
9
9
30
10
-
-
ºF
ºF
ºF
s
ºF
-
-
ºF
ºF
ºF
s
-
0
T2
14
7
46
60
194
Off
Off
1
0
0
4
8
- Activity: Check connections and sensor operation.
- Activity: Check connections and sensor operation.
LOC
Standard
6.4 UNIT SELECTION
To set the temperature unit that will operate the instrument, you must access the [Code]
function (see Section 6.1 for information about accessing this function) insert 231 and
press the SET key. The user can select the unit by pressing or keys, where the
messages are alternate. Press the SET key to confirm the desired unit.
Then the message [----] is displayed and the unit corresponding icon will turn
on.
Note: When the unit is replaced, the controller loads the default values for its parameters,
[,FAC], being necessary to perform the configuration of the same.
[,=C,]or[,=F,]
{or }
- Activity: Contact the technician responsible for installation.
- Activity: Contact the technician responsible for installation.
ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION
Packaging:
The materials used in the packaging of Full Gauge products are 100% recyclable. Try to
perform disposal through specialized recyclers.
Product:
The components used in Full Gauge controllers can be recycled and reused if
disassembled by specialized companies.
Disposal:
Do not incinerate or dispose the controllers that have reached the end of their service as
household garbage. Observe the laws in your area regarding disposal of electronic
waste. If in doubt, please contact Full Gauge Controls.
WARRANTY - FULL GAUGE CONTROLS Products manufactured by Full Gauge Controls, as of May 2005, have a two (02)
yearwarranty, as of the date of the consigned sale, as stated on the invoice. They are
guaranteed against manufacturing defects that make them unsuitable or inadequate for their
intended use.
EXCEPTIONS TO WARRANTY
The Warranty does not cover expenses incurred for freight and/or insurance when sending
products with signs of defect or faulty functioning to an authorized provider of technical
support services. The following events are not covered either: natural wear and tear of parts;
external damage caused by falls or inadequate packaging of products.
LOSS OF WARRANTY
Products will automatically lose its warranty in the following cases:
- The instructions for assembly and use found in the technical description and installation
procedures in Standard IEC60364 are not obeyed;
- The product is submitted to conditions beyond the limits specified in its technical
description;
- The product is violated or repaired by any person not a member of the technical team of
Full Gauge Controls;
- Damage has been caused by a fall, blow and/or impact, infiltration of water, overload
and/or atmospheric discharge.
USE OF WARRANTY
To make use of the warranty, customers must send the properly packaged product to Full
Gauge Controls together with the invoice or receipt for the corresponding purchase. As
much information as possible in relation to the issue detected must be sent to facilitate
analysis, testing and execution of the service.
These procedures and any maintenance of the product may only be provided by Full
Gauge Controls Technical Support services in the company's headquarters at Rua Júlio de
Castilhos, 250 - CEP 92120-030 - Canoas - Rio Grande do Sul – Brasil Rev. 03
9. IMPORTANT
According to the chapters of norm IEC 60364:
1: Install protector against overvoltage on the power supply.
2: Sensor cables and signal cables of the computer may be joined, but not in the same
electric conduit through which the electric input and the activation of the loads run.
3: Install transient suppresors (RC filters) parallel to the loads as to increase the product
life of the relays.
Contact suppressor connection diagram
Suppressor A1
A2
A1 and A2 are the
contactor coils.
Diagram for suppressor installation for direct
drive load inputs
Load
Suppressor
For direct activation the maximum
specified current should be taken
into consideration.
Suppressors on offer from Full Gauge Controls
8.3 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
PUMP
POWER
SUPPLY
PUMP
115 Vac
or
230 Vac
0
Power supply
NOTE: check supply as product model
8. INSTALLATION
8.1 SUPERIMPOSED INSTALLATION
Push the bottom openings
necessary for the passage of
cables;
Attach the controller to the wall using the
screws and plugs provided;
Make the electrical
connections of the controller;
For a better finish
install X system type
channels to run
cables;
Place the protective cover of
the electrical connections
and secure it with the screw
(included in package).
8.2 INSTALLATION OF 4x2 BOX
The top screw must not be screwed
completely, for engaging the
controller. After fitting the controller
on the top screw, secure it with the
lower screw;
Push the rear openings
necessary for the passage
of cables;
Route the cables through the
openings as controller connections;
Secure the controller in
4x2 box using the
screws provided;
Place the
protective cover
of the electrical
connections and
secure it with the
screw (included
in package).
Make the electrical
connections of the controller;
The top screw must
not be screwed
completely, for
engaging the controller. After
fitting the controller on the top screw,
secure it with the lower screw;
Copyright 2013 All rights reserved.
Remove the protective
cover of the
connections at the
bottom of the controller;
Remove the protective
cover of the connections
at the bottom of the
controller;
A qualified technician must perform
the installation of the device.
DO DON’TsThe controller MUST be installed:
- indoors, in a dry environment;
- away from electromagnetic fields;
- in a ventilated place, free from flammable
liquids and gases;
- protected by a circuit breaker of appropriate
specification for the installed load.
The controller MUST NOT be
installed:
- in wet places;
- exposed to sunlight or rain;
- in saunas, machine rooms or
bathrooms.
Turn off the network
before removing
the protection cover.
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
s
Failure to not comply the warnings will cause loss of warranty, equipment and / or
physical damage.
Note: The length of the sensor cable can be increased by the user up to 200 meters using PP 2 x 24
AWG cable.
The sensor with metal tip must be installed in the solar collector, it supports a temperature of 200 º C.
SENSOR T1
METAL TIP
(COLLECTORS)
SENSOR T2
PLASTIC TIP
(RESERVOIR)
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