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									    Reference: TD&SM_SAN_1012189-00
    Version:   00
    Date:      11_2009




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                                       INTRODUCTION


                                   This document for who ?
      This Technical and service manual is made to assist the service technician apply his knowledge and
      training to this model hydro kit. This manual is written both for experienced service
      persons and those who are new to heating by heat pump service. To help those with less
      experience or who are new to this kind of unit we have included more explanations of
      basic procedures in simple language than is usual in some service manuals. The experienced
      technician will of course find he knows many of these things already and can go
      directly to the procedures and information he needs; the less experienced technician will
      better understand what to do even before he arrives on the job, and therefore be better
      able to work by himself as well as assist the more experienced technician.




                                   This document for what ?

      This document is dedicated to the global system:

             Indoor Unit (SPW-W)
             Control Unit
             2-zone hydraulic module (ATK-WM) (Accessory not included)
             Domestic Hot Water Production Kit (DHWPK) (Accessory not included)
    The SPW-W (Hydro Kit) is one of a global system. It is the indoor unit of the system composed of :




-     It gives you the limits and all the possibilities allowed with solutions proposed called system.
-     It gives informations to understand, check and ensure the maintenant by a technician.
-     You can read it as a book or going directly to the information requested guided by the Table
      contents and the first page of each parts' contents detailed.




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The using of the SPW-W must respect the combinations here below :
 This unit has been designed for the applications described in this document and must not be used for any other purpose.




          Indoor units                                  Outdoor units

          SPW-W186HH5                 ---->             SPW-C186VEH or VEHN
          SPW-W256HH5                 ---->             SPW-C256VEH or VEH8 or VEHN
          SPW-W366HH58                ---->             SPW-C366VEH or VEH8 or VEHN
          SPW-W486HH58                ---->             SPW-C486VEH or VEH8 or VEHN
          SPW-W606HH58                ---->             SPW-C606VEH or VEH8 or VEHN
          SPW-W706HH8                 ---->             SPW-C706VE8 or VH8
          SPW-W906HH8                 ---->             SPW-C906VE8 or VH8




                                               How it works ?
 • The outdoor unit "captures" heat and transfers it to the indoor unit via a refrigerant connection.
 The indoor unit then delivers this heat into the home through a hydraulic circuit capable of
 supplying various types of transfer units (floor, low-temperature radiators, fan-coil units,...).
 • The built-in control manages the system that supplies the hydraulic system with a water
 temperature adapted to current needs and according to the operating mode selected on the
 control unit.
 • For installations with radiators or fan-coil units, the ambient temperature can be adjusted by
 means of commands specific to this type of transfer unit.




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                                ▬ Table of Contents ▬
Section 1. SPECIFICATIONS ...........................................................................................6
                1-1. Unit Specifications.............................................................................................................8
                1-2. Other component Specifications ....................................................................................12
                1-3. Dimensional Data and weight .......................................................................................19
                1-4. Refrigerant and Water Flow Diagram..............................................................................23
                1-5. Operating Range ............................................................................................................37
                1-6. Capacity and correction Graph ………………..………..…………....................................40
                1-7. Water pump Performance………....................................................................................70
                1-8. Installation Instructions ...................................................................................................73
Section 2. TEST RUN......................................................................................................77
                2-1. CC1 Module………………………………………………...................................................78
                2-2 Hydro kit SPW-W : A1 – Heating board test ......................................................................x
                2-3. Hydro kit SPW-W : A2 – Indoor unit board test................................................................ x
                2-4. Two zone module : Zone board test………………........................................................... x
                2-5. ECS (Domestic Hot Water Kit) : Control board test..………………………….………….... x
                2-6. References and compatibilities of all the boards and modules of the system………...… x
                2-7. Test Run: Inverter regulation ………………………..……………..………………………… x
Section 3. ELECTRICAL DATA......................................................................................88
                3-1. Hydro kit SPW-W: Schematic Diagram, Electrical connection......................................... x
                3-2. Connections of the hydro kit with the system (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) (F) …………..………….x
                3-3. 2-zone floor module ATK-WM2ZF: Schematic Diagram, Electrical connection…………. x
                3-4. 2-zone mixed module ATK-WM2ZM: Schematic Diagram, Electrical connection…...…. x
                3-5. 1 Zone Radiators Low Temp. + D. Hot Water : Schematic Diagram, Elect. Connection. X
Section 4. PROCESS AND FUNCTIONS......................................................................107
                4-1. Control operating principle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ……………. . . ……….….. . . . . . . . . . .. x
                4-2. Presentation of control elements . . . . . . . . . . ……………. . . ……….….. . . . . . . . . . . . x
                4-3. 1-zone floor application operation . . . . . . . . . ……………. . . ……….. .... . . . . . . . . . . . x
                4-4. 2-zone floor application operation . . . . . . . . . ……………. . . ……….….. . . . . . . . . . . .. x
                4-5. Mixed 2-zone application operation . . . . . . . . ………….... . …………..... . . . . . . . . . . .. x
                4-7. 1 zone terminal units application operation . . …………… . ………….…. . . . . . . . . . . .. x
                4-8. 1-zone low temperature radiators application operation ……………..………..... . . . . . . x
                4-9. CC1 module operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ……………….………… . . . . . . x
                4-10.ECS (domestic hot water - DHW) mode . . . . . . . . . . . . ……………….…….…. . . . . . . x
                4-11. Telephone control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ……………….…….. … . . . . . . x
Section 5. SERVICE PROCEDURES ...........................................................................140
                5-1. Meaning of Alarm Messages ...........................................................................................X
                5-2. Replacing Hydro Kit PCB (A2)…………………………......................................................X
                5-3. Symptoms and Parts to Inspect: Troubleshooting...............................................................X
                5-4. Details of Alarm Messages ..............................................................................................X
                5-5. Maintenance instructions……………………...………………………...…….……………….X
                5-6. Temperature sensors……………………………………………………………….…………..X
Section 6. WATER SYSTEM CONTROL BOX FUNCTIONS…...................................147
                6-1. Control unit operation…................................................................................................... x
                6-2.Temperature display………............................................................................................... x
                6-3. Cooling mode……………................................................................................................. x
                6-4.Heating Mode……………….............................................................................................. x
                6-5. Domestic Hot Water preparation (DHWP)........................................................................ x
                6-6. Programming………......................................................................................................... x
                6-7. Stop.................................................................................................................................. x
                6-8. Monitoring operations: Display of the water system……………………………..…………. x
                6-9. Water system parameters................................................................................................ x
Section 7.     INVERTER GESTION OPTIONAL CONTROLLER FUNCTIONS……….......161
                7-1. Access to the settings parameters of the Hydro kit...........................................................x
                7-2. List of Settings parameters ……………………………………………………………….....…x
                7-3. Monitoring Operations: Display of hydro kit and Outdoor unit Sensors……………….......x
                7-4. List of display sensors…………………………………………………………………………..x
                7-5. Monitoring Alarm History: Display of Outdoor Unit Alarm History……..............................x
Section 8. CERTIFICATIONS………………………………………………………….…….164
                8-1. Capacity certification : NF PAC (NF 414 – 201)…………………………………………146




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             1. SPECIFICATIONS
1-1.    Unit Specifications............................................................................................... 8
         1-1-1.      Data at the normalized conditions……………………………………………………………………………… 9
         1-1-2.      Specifications…………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 10

1-2.    Other component Specifications ........................................................................12
       1-2-1. Electrical Box………………………………………………………….………………………………………………………12
        1-2-2. Accessories include………………………………………………..………………………………………………………13
        1-2-3. Accessory not include: 2 Zones UNDERFLOOR Module………………………………….………..…….13
        1-2-4. Accessory not include: 2-zone mixed module………………………………….……………………..……..14
       1-2-5. Accessory not include : Domestic Hot Water Production Kit (DHWPK)………….………...…..…15
       1-2-6. Accessory not include : Telephone Control……………………………………………………………..………18

1-3.   Dimensional data and weight ............................................................................19
       1-3-1. Hydro kit SPW-W..................................................................................................................19
        1-3-2. ATK-WM2ZF : 2-zone floor module ……………………………………….……..…….…………………….…..20
        1-3-3. ATK-WM2ZM : 2-zone mixed module ……………………………………..…………….………………….…..20
        1-3-4. Domestic Hot Water Production Kit (DHWPK)………………………….………………..…………………..21

1-4.    Refrigerant and Water Flow Diagram.................................................................23
        1-4-1. Refrigeration connections………………………………………………………………………..….………….…….23
        1-4-2. Refrigerant flow diagram..……………………………………………………………………….…….……….…….24
                 1-4-2-1. Refrigerant Flow Diagram 2HP : SPW-C186VEH + SPW-W186………..………………………………..24
                1-4-2-2. Refrigerant Flow Diagram 3/4/5/6 HP :
                 SPW-C256/366/486/606VEH + SPW-W256/366/486/606VEH………………………………………………………25
                 1-4-2-3. Refrigerant Flow Diagram 8HP : SPW-C706VEH + SPW-W706………………………………………….26
                 1-4-2-4. Refrigerant Flow Diagram 10HP : SPW-C906VEH + SPW-W906………………………………………..27
         1-4-3. Water flow diagrams for standard application ……………………….……………………...………….…28
                  1-4-3-1. Application: 1 Zone UNDERFLOOR ……………………………..………………………….………..…..………..29
                  1-4-3-2. Application : 2 zones UNDERFLOOR………………………………………………………..………..…………….30
                  1-4-3-3. Application : 1 Terminal Units………..……………………………………………………….………...…..……….31
                  1-4-3-4. Application : 1 Zone Radiators Low Temperature…………………………………..……………..………..32
                  1-4-3-5. Application : 2 Zones UNDERFLOOR + Terminal Units ………………………….……………….……….33
                  1-4-3-6. Application : 2 Zones UNDERFLOOR + Radiators Low Temperature …………………..….……….34
                  1-4-3-7. Application : 1 Zone Radiators Low Temperature + Domestic Hot Water……………...………..35
                  1-4-3-8. Buffer or mixing Tank………………………………………………………………………………………….…………..36

1-5.    Operating Range ...............................................................................................37

1-6.    Capacity and correction Graph…………………………………………….…….....40
        1-6-1. Capacity 2HP : SPW-C186VEH + SPW-W186HH5-E…………………………..……………………………40
         1-6-2. Graph Heating 2HP : SPW-C186VEH + SPW-W186HH5-E……………………………………………...42
        1-6-3. Graph Cooling 2HP : SPW-C186VEH + SPW-W186HH5-E……………………………………………....43
        1-6-4. Capacity 3HP : SPW-C256VEH + SPW-W256HH5-E…………………………………………………….....44
         1-6-5. Graph Heating 3HP : SPW-C256VEH + SPW-W256HH5-E……………………………………………...46
        1-6-6. Graph Cooling 3HP : SPW-C256VEH + SPW-W256HH5-E……………………………………………….47
        1-6-7. Capacity 4HP : SPW-C366VEH + SPW-W366HH58-E………………………….……………….………….48
        1-6-8. Graph Heating 4HP : SPW-C366VEH + SPW-W366HH58-E…………………………………..….…….50
        1-6-9. Graph Cooling 4HP : SPW-C366VEH + SPW-W366HH58-E………………….………………..….…….51
        1-6-10. Capacity 5 HP : SPW-C486VEH + SPW-W486HH58-E……………………….………………..…………52
        1-6-11. Graph Heating 5 HP : SPW-C486VEH + SPW-W486HH58-E……………….………………….………54
        1-6-12. Graph Cooling 5 HP : SPW-C486VEH + SPW-W486HH58-E……………….………………….………55
        1-6-13. Capacity 6 HP : SPW-C606VEH + SPW-W606HH58-E……………………….…………………..………56
         1-6-14. Graph Heating 6 HP : SPW-C606VEH + SPW-W606HH58-E …………….……...………….………58
        1-6-15. Graph Cooling 6 HP : SPW-C606VEH + SPW-W606HH58-E …………….……...………….…….…59




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       1-6-1-16. Capacity 8 HP : SPW-C706VEH + SPW-W706HH5-E……………………………….………………….60
       1-6-1-17. Graph Heating 8 HP : SPW-C706VEH + SPW-W706HH5-E…………………….……………………62
       1-6-1-18. Graph Cooling 8 HP : SPW-C706VEH + SPW-W706HH5-E…………………….…………………...63
       1-6-1-19. Capacity 10 HP : SPW-C906VEH + SPW-W906HH5-E…………………………….…………………..64
       1-6-1-20. Graph Heating 10 HP : SPW-C906VEH + SPW-W906HH5-E………………….…………………...66
       1-6-1-21. Graph Cooling 10 HP : SPW-C906VEH + SPW-W906HH5-E………………….…………………….67
       1-6-1-22. Graph correction factors according to percentage of ANTI-FREEZE..…………………….…..68
                      1-6-22-1. Cooling mode……………………………………………………………………………………………………………68
                      1-6-22-2. Heating mode…………………………………………………………………………………………………………..69



1-7.     Water pump Performance.................................................................................70
        1-7-1. Indoor Hydro Kit SPW-W : Circulator curves…………………………..……………………………….…….70
        1-7-2. Indoor Hydro Kit SPW-W : Flow estimation …………………………..……………………………...….….71
        1-7-3. Two Zones Module : Circulator curves…………………………………..………………………………….…..72

1-8.    Installation Instructions......................................................................................73
       1-8-1. Location ..............................................................................................................................73
       1-8-2. Mounting unit………. ...........................................................................................................74
       1-8-3. Control unit installation………………………... ..........................................................................76
       1-8-4. Installation of the outdoor temperature sensor ................................................................76




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1-1. Unit Specifications




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 1-1-1.   Data at the normalized conditions




* Net : performances according to the EN14511 standard / Gross : performances according to Eurovent standard




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1-1-2.   Specifications




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            1-2. Other Component Specifications

1-2-1 Electrical Box




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1-2-2 Accessories included




        1-2-3 Accessories not include : 2 Zones Floor Module




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1-2-4 Accessories not include : 2-zone mixed module (Floor + Fan coil Module or Radiators Low Temperature module)




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1-2-5 Accessory not include : Domestic Hot Water Production Kit (DHWPK )

The Domestic Hot Water Production Kit (DHWPK ) contains the following elements:
- Domestic hot water tank equipped with an electric heating element (installed).
- 3-way On/Off valve to direct the hot water produced by the heat pump, from the heating network to the
DHW tank's
internal exchanger.
- Electrical control box to be connected exclusively to the system's Monitoring / Control unit via the bus.
- Safety valve with pressure relief valve and check valve designed for optimal protection against excessive
pressure in
closed-circuit water heaters in compliance with NF EN 1487.
- Water temperature sensors with pipe mounting bracket.
Note:
The 3-way valve, the electrical box + the sensors and the safety valve are to be mounted and connected to
the installation.

Tank:

- Capacity : 300-litre model (DHW 300) and 500-litre model (DHW 500).
- Shell material : S 235 JR steel.
- internal exchanger : FE 280 steel.
- Exchanger surface area : DHW 300 = 2.4 m2 / DHW 500 = 3.2 m2.
- Internal coating : internal enamelled coating per DIN 4753-3 appropriate for food use.
- Insulation : Injected polyurethane foam, 40 kg/m3 (CFC / HCFC free) - thickness: 50 mm.
- Insulation quality : Consumption for steady temp at DT 40 °C (ambient temperature 20 °C / tank
temperature 60 °C).
Ce <= 1.97 kWh/24h (DHW 300).
Ce <= 2.62 kWh/24h (DHW 500).
- External covering : Removable flexible PVC jacket - RAL 9006 (grey).
- Passive anode : Magnesium anode (quantity: 1 for model 300 / quantity: 2 for model 500).
- Temperature limits : Tank (95 °C) / internal exchanger (110 °C).
Thermometer 0 - 120 °C on the upper part indicating the outgoing water temperature.
- Pressure limits : Tank (10 Bar) / internal exchanger (10 Bar).
- Test pressure : Tank (13 Bar) / internal exchanger (13 Bar).
- System pressure : Cold water system supply on the safety valve: 5.3 Bar maximum.
- Support : Metal brackets buried in the insulation + 3 M12 screws with plastic base.
- Weight : KPECS 300 (Net weight: 125 kg empty - Gross weight: 136 kg with packaging - Weight full: 425
kg). KPECS 500 (Net weight: 174 kg empty - Gross weight: 187 kg with packaging - Weight full: 674 kg).
- Electric heater element : Immersion heater equipped with control thermostat (max. 65 °C ± 5 °C) and
safety thermostat (98 °C +/- 7 °C) - IP 54.
Shielded element - Power = 3 kW (+5/-10 %) - Mono 230 V/1/50 Hz.
L = 400 mm - Cylindrical PVC housing Ø 100 mm - Max. torque = 100 Nm.




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1 - Domestic Hot Water (DHW) outlet.
2 - Recirculation.
3 - DHW exchanger hot water inlet.
4 - Thermowell for tank temperature sensor.
5 - DHW exchanger hot water outlet.
6 - Cold water inlet.
7 - Tank support feet.
8 - Drain opening.
9 - Magnesium anode (on 500-litre model).
10 - Inspection hatch.
11 - Additional electric heater 3 kW - 230 V / 1 / 50.
12 - Thermometer.
13 - PVC protection (jacket).
14 - Polyurethane insulation.
15 - Plastic cover.
16 - Magnesium anode on 300 and 500-litre models.

Electrical box :
Accessories included (to be installed and connected)

- Power supply voltage : Mono 230 V / 1 / 50 Hz - Rated conditional short-circuit current = 4.5 kA per EN 60 898.
- Plastic housing : IP 20 - WHITE - RAL 9001 - Transparent door.
- equipment : DHW control electronic board.
2 A circuit breaker for box protection.
16 A circuit breaker for tank electric heater protection.
Contactor for tank electric heating restriction.
Ground terminal.
- Weight : 1 kg.




17 - Electrical box.
18 - Box circuit breaker.
19 - Tank electric heater circuit breaker.
20 - Tank electric heater disconnect contactor.



Motorised 3-way valve :
Accessories included (to be installed and connected)

- Model : Motorised 3-way distribution valve - On/Off.
- Power supply voltage : Mono 230 Volts - 50 Hz - Cable length 1.50 m - Protection rating IP = 20.
- Body : Swagged brass.
- Closure valve : Rubber, spherical shape, and rotational movement.
- Position : Passage A NC - with auxiliary position contact.
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- Temperature limits : Max. fluid temperature = 93 ° / Max. ambience temperature = 52 ° C.
- Pressure limits : Maximum static pressure = 8.6 Bar.
Maximum differential pressure = 0.55 Bar.
- Output limits : 1 m3/h < Fluid flow < 2 m3/h - Kv Coefficient = 8.1.
- Connections : Ø 1" (26-34) Threaded female.
- Motor : Metal housing with synchronous motor and drive unit with return spring.
- Opening time : 14 seconds.
- Closing time : 8 seconds.
- Consumption : 6 Watts.
- Weight : 1,25 kg.

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21 - 3-way valve motor compartment.
22 - Outlet to heating system, Ø 1’’ Female (B).
23 - Generator hot water inlet, Ø 1’’ Female (AB).
24 - 3-way valve body.
25 - Electrical power cable.
26 - Outlet to DHW tank exchanger, Ø 1’’ Female (A).
27 - Manual opening lever (for testing purposes).



Safety valve :
Accessories included (to be installed and connected)


- Standard : Designed for closed-circuit water heaters per NF EN 1487.
- Equipment : Safety valve, check valve, shut-off valve, air break.
- Fluid : Materials are compatible for use with drinking water.
- Maximum supply
pressure : 5.3 Bar (25% this side of the safety valve's set pressure).
- Set pressure : factory set at 7 Bar.
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- Service temperature : 70 ° - Maximum 95° / 1 hou r.
- Weight : 0.4 kg.




28 - Safety valve control knob.
29 - Air break (to be connected to the supplied plastic
siphon trap).
30 - Cold water outlet to DHW tank, Ø 3/4” Female.
31 - Cold water inlet from the system, Ø 3/4” Male.
32 - Shut-off valve.




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Sensors:
Accessories included (to be installed and connected)
        1 temperature sensor to be placed in the tank's thermowell.
        1 temperature sensor + its support to be placed on the tank's exchanger inlet.




1-2-6 Accessory not include : Telephone Control

• For the applications:
         - 1 zone, floor
         - 2 zones, floor
         - 2 zones, mixed
         - 1 zone, Radiators (with Domestic Hot Water or not)
Does not operate for the Terminal Units application.




• A DELTA-DORE TYPHONE 500 type telephone control box can be connected to the communication bus
(available from
DELTA-DORE distributors).
Caution: Its date-code number must be greater than 05-24.
Consult the manual supplied with the telephone control.
• By calling the telephone line on which the TYPHONE is recorded, the user can:
         - know the ambient temperature of zone 1,
         - know the setpoint temperature of the current mode of zone 1,
         - send an override setpoint.
In case of setpoint modification, zone 1 and possible zone 2 operates in “COMFORT” mode (with the
new setpoint for the floor zones.
This override is indicated by an index on the LCD.
Any action on the rotary knob deactivates the override and extinguishes the indicator.
• Parameters possibilities:
         - access code change (parameter 62),
         - interface language change - French / English (parameter 61).




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1-3. Dimensional data and weight
1-3- 1. Hydro kit SPW-W




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1-3-2 ATK-WM2ZF : 2-zone floor module




1-3-3 ATK-WM2ZM : 2-zone mixed module




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1-3-4 Domestic Hot Water Production Kit (DHWPK)




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         1-4. Refrigerant and Water Flow Diagram
         1-4-1. Refrigeration connections




• For the following information:
       - Maximum height between units.
       - Required tools.
       - Advice concerning the piping installation.
       - Connection to the outdoor unit.
       - Leak testing.
       - Vacuum operation.
       - Additional refrigerant charge.
Refer to the installation instructions provided with the outdoor unit.
• For the connection to the indoor unit's flare couplings, use 2 wrenches to maintain the coupling.
Tighten to the following tightening torque values:
       - ø 1/4” : 14 - 18 N.m.
       - ø 3/8” : 34 - 42 N.m.
       - ø 1/2” : 49 - 61 N.m.
       - ø 5/8” : 68 - 82 N.m.
       - ø 3/4” : 100 - 120 N.m.




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1-4-2 Refrigerant Flow Diagram
1-4-2-1. Refrigerant Flow Diagram 2HP : SPW-C186VEH + SPW-W186




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1-4-2-2. Refrigerant Flow Diagram 3/4/5/6 HP : SPW-C256/366/486/606VEH + SPW-W256/366/486/606VEH




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1-4-2-3. Refrigerant Flow Diagram 8HP : SPW-C706VEH + SPW-W706




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1-4-2-4. Refrigerant Flow Diagram 10HP : SPW-C906VEH + SPW-W906




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1-4-3 Water Flow Diagram

Here below, the different water flow diagram for the standard applications which are requested
accessories not included with the Hydro Kit SPW-W.
All the installations have to respect the water flow diagram like as explained below.

How the system is working ? :
The orders given by the control unit are transmitted (via a 2-wire BUS) to the various elements of
the installation via:

     The heating control board (located in the Hydro Kit SPW-W) which controls the generator
     and the supplementary electric heating of the Hydro Kit SPW-W, Zone boards, if any, which
     control the M2Z 2-zone modules from a possible DHW (Domestic Hot Water - DHW) card for
     the domestic hot water kit.

     The control unit's rotating knob is used to select the desired operating mode:
       - Heating :
                The generator and any supplementary electric heating are controlled in relation to
                a setpoint resulting from the water temperature calculated according to a water
                rule (according to the outside temperature).
       - Cooling (for applications compatible with this mode) :
                The generator is controlled according to its setpoint (based on the ambient
                temperature for floor applications).




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1-4-3-1 APPLICATION : 1 ZONE UNDERFLOOR(S < 150 m2)




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1-4-3-2 APPLICATION : 2 ZONES UNDERFLOOR (S > 150 m2)




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1-4-3-3 APPLICATION : TERMINAL UNITS




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1-4-3-4 APPLICATION : 1 ZONE RADIATORS LOW T°




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1-4-3-5 APPLICATION : 2 ZONES COMBINATION UNDERFLOOR + TERMINAL UNITS




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1-4-3-6 Application : 2 Zones UNDERFLOOR + Radiators Low Temperature




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1-4-3-7 Application : 1 Zone Radiators Low Temperature + Domestic Hot Water (DHW)




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1-4-3-8. Buffer or mixing Tank




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    1-5. Operating Range



- Water system pressure: 2 bar
- Operating limits:



                                                     2 / 3 HP


                          C)
Outlet water temperature (°



                           50

                           35




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                                                                            Outdoor
                                   -16   -10                    35          air temperature

                                                                             C)
                                                                            (°     (WB)
                          C)
Outlet water temperature (°




                                                     2 / 3 HP
                           20

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                               5

                                                                     Outdoor
                                   10          35               43   air temperature
                                                                      C)
                                                                     (°




                                                    37                         SAN1012189–00
                          C)
Outlet water temperature (°
                                                     4 / 5 / 6 HP

                           50
                               45



                           35


                           25

                                                                                       Outdoor
                                                                                       air
                                    -16   -10                       20     35          temperature
                                                                                        C)
                                                                                       (°     (WB)




                          C)
Outlet water temperature (°


                                                     4 / 5 / 6 HP

                           20

                           18




                               5

                                                                         Outdoor
                                    10          35                  43   air temperature
                                                                          C)
                                                                         (°




                                                     38                            SAN1012189–00
                          C)
Outlet water temperature (°
                                                8 / 10 HP

                           50

                           35




                           25

                                                                        Outdoor
                                   -16   -10                35          air temperature
                                                                         C)
                                                                        (°     (WB)


                          C)
Outlet water temperature (°


                                                8 / 10 HP


                           20

                           18




                               5

                                                                 Outdoor
                                   10               35      43   air temperature
                                                                  C)
                                                                 (°




                                               39                          SAN1012189–00
                                    1-6. Capacity correction Graph



                                    1-6-1. Capacity 2HP : SPW-C186VEH + SPW-W186HH5-E

                                                                                                                                  Input Power at MAXIMUM
MAXIMUM Heating Capacity (KW)                                                                                                     Capacity (KW)

                                              Outlet water temp
                                                     (°C)                                                                                 Outlet water temp (°C)
                                                35          45                COP mini                                                       35           45
                                      -16      3,84                    2,23                                                        -16      1,72
                                      -15      3,86                    2,25                                                        -15      1,72
                                      -14      3,88                    2,27                                                        -14      1,71
                                      -13      3,90                    2,29                                                        -13      1,71
                                      -12      3,92       3,74         2,30              1,83                                      -12      1,70         2,04
                                      -11      3,94       3,76         2,32              1,84                                      -11      1,70         2,04
                                      -10      3,96       3,78         2,34              1,86                                      -10      1,69         2,04
                                       -9      3,98       3,80         2,36              1,87                                       -9      1,69         2,03
                                       -8      4,00       3,82         2,38              1,88                                       -8      1,68         2,03
                                       -7      4,03       3,84         2,42              1,89                                       -7      1,67         2,03
                                       -6      4,05       3,86         2,45              1,91                                       -6      1,65         2,02
                                       -5      4,08       3,88         2,49              1,92                                       -5      1,64         2,02
                                       -4      4,11       3,90         2,52              1,93                                       -4      1,63         2,02
                                       -3      4,13       3,92         2,56              1,95                                       -3      1,61         2,01
  Outdoor air intake temp (°C WB)




                                                                                                Outdoor air intake temp (°C WB)

                                       -2      4,16       3,94         2,60              1,96                                       -2      1,60         2,01
                                       -1      4,19       3,96         2,64              1,97                                       -1      1,59         2,01
                                        0      4,21       3,98         2,68              1,99                                        0      1,57         2,00
                                        1      4,24       4,00         2,72              2,00                                        1      1,56         2,00
                                        2      4,83       4,62         2,90              2,21                                        2      1,66         2,09
                                        3      5,42       5,24         3,07              2,40                                        3      1,77         2,18
                                        4      6,02       5,86         3,21              2,57                                        4      1,87         2,28
                                        5      6,61       6,48         3,34              2,74                                        5      1,98         2,37
                                        6      7,20       7,10         3,46              2,89                                        6      2,08         2,46
                                        7      7,35       7,21         3,53              2,95                                        7      2,08         2,44
                                        8      7,50       7,31         3,60              3,02                                        8      2,08         2,42
                                        9      7,65       7,42         3,67              3,10                                        9      2,08         2,40
                                       10      7,79       7,52         3,74              3,17                                       10      2,08         2,38
                                       11      7,94       7,63         3,81              3,24                                       11      2,09         2,35
                                       12      8,09       7,74         3,88              3,32                                       12      2,09         2,33
                                       13      8,24       7,84         3,95              3,39                                       13      2,09         2,31
                                       14      8,39       7,95         4,01              3,47                                       14      2,09         2,29
                                       15      8,54       8,06         4,08              3,55                                       15      2,09         2,27
                                       16      8,68       8,16         4,15              3,63                                       16      2,09         2,25
                                       17      8,83       8,27         4,22              3,71                                       17      2,09         2,23
                                       18      8,98       8,37         4,29              3,80                                       18      2,09         2,21
                                       19      9,13       8,48         4,36              3,88                                       19      2,10         2,19
                                       20        4,43
                                               9,28       8,59 3,97                                                                 20      2,10         2,16
The defrosting has been included in the heating data here enclosed.



                                                                                   40                                                         SAN1012189–00
                                     Capacity 2HP : SPW-C186VEH + SPW-W186HH5-E

                                                                                                                                Input Power at MAXIMUM
MAXIMUM Cooling Capacity (KW)                                                                                                   Capacity (KW)


                                            Outlet water temp (°C)                                                                      Outlet water temp (°C)

                                                7          18               EER mini                                                       7            18

                                       25      5,63       7,99       3,34              4,32                                       25      1,69          1,85

                                       26      5,54       7,87       3,22              4,19                                       26      1,72          1,88

                                       27      5,45       7,75       3,11              4,07                                       27      1,75          1,90

                                       28      5,37       7,63       3,01              3,95                                       28      1,79          1,93

                                       29      5,28       7,51       2,90              3,84                                       29      1,82          1,96

                                       30      5,19       7,40       2,80              3,73                                       30      1,85          1,99

                                       31      5,10       7,28       2,71              3,62                                       31      1,89          2,01
   Outdoor air intake temp (°C DB)




                                                                                              Outdoor air intake temp (°C DB)
                                       32      5,01       7,16       2,61              3,51                                       32      1,92          2,04

                                       33      4,93       7,04       2,52              3,41                                       33      1,95          2,07

                                       34      4,84       6,92       2,44              3,31                                       34      1,99          2,09

                                       35      4,75       6,80       2,35              3,21                                       35      2,02          2,12

                                       36      4,60       6,60       2,29              3,14                                       36      2,01          2,10

                                       37      4,46       6,40       2,22              3,07                                       37      2,01          2,09

                                       38      4,31       6,20       2,15              3,00                                       38      2,00          2,07

                                       39      4,17       6,00       2,09              2,93                                       39      2,00          2,05

                                       40      4,02       5,80       2,02              2,85                                       40      1,99          2,03

                                       41      3,87       5,60       1,95              2,78                                       41      1,98          2,02

                                       42      3,73       5,40       1,89              2,70                                       42      1,98          2,00

                                       43      3,58       5,20       1,82              2,63                                       43      1,97          1,98




                                                                                   41                                                            SAN1012189–00
           1-6-2. Graph Heating 2HP : SPW-C186VEH + SPW-W186HH5-E




     Max heating cap. (kw)                                                                           35
   11,00                                                 2 HP
                                                                                                     45


   10,00



    9,00



    8,00



    7,00



    6,00



    5,00



    4,00



    3,00
           -16-15-14-13-12-11-10 -9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
                                                                                                            C
                                                                                         Outdoor air temp. (° WB)




        Input power at Max                                                                           35
   3,00 heating cap. (kw)                                2 HP
                                                                                                     45
   2,90
   2,80
   2,70
   2,60
   2,50
   2,40
   2,30
   2,20
   2,10
   2,00
   1,90
   1,80
   1,70
   1,60
   1,50
   1,40
   1,30
   1,20
   1,10
   1,00
          -16-15-14-13-12-11-10 -9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
                                                                                                           C
                                                                                        Outdoor air temp. (° WB)


The defrosting has been included in the heating data here enclosed.




                                                           42                                 SAN1012189–00
             1-6-3. Graph Cooling 2HP : SPW-C186VEH + SPW-W186HH5-E




  Max cooling cap. (kw)                                                                                     7
13,00                                                      2 HP
                                                                                                            18

12,00


11,00


10,00


 9,00


 8,00


 7,00


 6,00


 5,00


 4,00


 3,00
        25     26    27      28   29   30   31   32   33      34        35   36   37   38   39     40     41    42     43
                                                                                                                    C
                                                                                                 Outdoor air temp. (° DB)




        Input power at Max                                                                                   7
3,00     cooling cap. (kw)                                 2 HP
                                                                                                             18
2,90
2,80
2,70
2,60
2,50
2,40
2,30
2,20
2,10
2,00
1,90
1,80
1,70
1,60
1,50
1,40
1,30
1,20
1,10
1,00
       25     26    27       28   29   30   31   32   33     34     35       36   37   38   39      40    41    42     43
                                                                                                                    C
                                                                                                 Outdoor air temp. (° WB)




                                                                   43                                   SAN1012189–00
                                     1-6-4. Capacity 3HP : SPW-C256VEH + SPW-W256HH5-E

                                                                                                                                Input Power at MAXIMUM
MAXIMUM Heating Capacity (KW)                                                                                                   Capacity (KW)

                                         Outlet water temp (°C)                                                                         Outlet water temp (°C)
                                            35            45                COP mini                                                       35           45
                                   -16     4,60                      2,09                                                        -16      2,20
                                   -15     4,72                      2,14                                                        -15      2,20
                                   -14     4,84                      2,20                                                        -14      2,20
                                   -13     4,96                      2,25                                                        -13      2,20
                                   -12     5,08          5,04        2,31              1,76                                      -12      2,20         2,86
                                   -11     5,19          5,14        2,36              1,80                                      -11      2,20         2,86
                                   -10     5,31          5,24        2,41              1,83                                      -10      2,20         2,86
                                    -9     5,43          5,34        2,47              1,87                                       -9      2,20         2,86
                                    -8     5,55          5,44        2,52              1,90                                       -8      2,20         2,86
                                    -7     5,63          5,48        2,56              1,91                                       -7      2,20         2,86
                                    -6     5,72          5,52        2,60              1,92                                       -6      2,20         2,87
                                    -5     5,80          5,56        2,64              1,94                                       -5      2,20         2,87
                                    -4     5,88          5,60        2,67              1,95                                       -4      2,20         2,88
                                    -3     5,97          5,65        2,71              1,96                                       -3      2,20         2,88
 Outdoor air intake temp (°C WB)




                                                                                              Outdoor air intake temp (°C WB)
                                    -2     6,05          5,69        2,75              1,97                                       -2      2,20         2,89
                                    -1     6,13          5,73        2,79              1,98                                       -1      2,20         2,89
                                     0     6,22          5,77        2,83              1,99                                        0      2,20         2,90
                                     1     6,30          5,81        2,86              2,00                                        1      2,20         2,90
                                     2     7,02          6,37        3,02              2,18                                        2      2,32         2,92
                                     3     7,74          6,93        3,17              2,36                                        3      2,44         2,93
                                     4     8,46          7,48        3,30              2,54                                        4      2,57         2,95
                                     5     9,18          8,04        3,42              2,72                                        5      2,69         2,96
                                     6     9,90          8,60        3,52              2,89                                        6      2,81         2,98
                                     7    10,12          8,75        3,61              2,96                                        7      2,80         2,95
                                     8    10,34          8,89        3,71              3,03                                        8      2,79         2,93
                                     9    10,56          9,04        3,80              3,11                                        9      2,78         2,91
                                    10    10,78          9,18        3,89              3,18                                       10      2,77         2,89
                                    11    11,00          9,33        3,99              3,26                                       11      2,76         2,86
                                    12    11,15          9,48        4,05              3,34                                       12      2,75         2,84
                                    13    11,30          9,62        4,12              3,41                                       13      2,75         2,82
                                    14    11,45          9,77        4,18              3,49                                       14      2,74         2,80
                                    15    11,60          9,91        4,25              3,57                                       15      2,73         2,77
                                    16    11,75         10,06        4,32              3,66                                       16      2,72         2,75
                                    17    11,90         10,21        4,38              3,74                                       17      2,72         2,73
                                    18    12,05         10,35        4,45              3,81                                       18      2,71         2,72
                                    19    12,20         10,50        4,52              3,89                                       19      2,70         2,70
                                    20    12,35         10,654,59           3,96                                                  20      2,69         2,69
                The defrosting has been included in the heating data here enclosed.




                                                                                       44                                                     SAN1012189–00
                                    Capacity 3HP : SPW-C256VEH + SPW-W256HH5-E




                                                                                                                              Input Power at MAXIMUM
MAXIMUM Cooling Capacity (KW)                                                                                                 Capacity (KW)

                                         Outlet water temp (°C)                                                                      Outlet water temp (°C)
                                             7           18               EER mini                                                      7            18
                                    25     7,40         9,13       3,34              4,32                                      25      2,67         2,72
                                    26     7,23         9,00       3,22              4,19                                      26      2,68         2,72
                                    27     7,06         8,86       3,11              4,07                                      27      2,68         2,73
                                    28     6,89         8,73       3,01              3,95                                      28      2,69         2,73
                                    29     6,72         8,60       2,9               3,84                                      29      2,70         2,73
  Outdoor air intake temp (°C DB)




                                                                                            Outdoor air intake temp (°C DB)
                                    30     6,55         8,47       2,8               3,73                                      30      2,71         2,74
                                    31     6,38         8,33       2,71              3,62                                      31      2,71         2,74
                                    32     6,21         8,20       2,61              3,51                                      32      2,72         2,74
                                    33     6,04         8,07       2,52              3,41                                      33      2,73         2,74
                                    34     5,87         7,93       2,44              3,31                                      34      2,73         2,75
                                    35     5,70         7,80       2,35              3,21                                      35      2,74         2,75
                                    36     5,44         7,55       2,29              3,14                                      36      2,72         2,73
                                    37     5,17         7,30       2,22              3,07                                      37      2,70         2,72
                                    38     4,91         7,05       2,15               3                                        38      2,68         2,70
                                    39     4,64         6,80       2,09              2,93                                      39      2,67         2,68
                                    40     4,38         6,55       2,02              2,85                                      40      2,65         2,66
                                    41     4,11         6,30       1,95              2,78                                      41      2,63         2,65
                                    42     3,85         6,05       1,89              2,7                                       42      2,61         2,63
                                    43     3,58         5,80       1,82              2,63                                      43      2,59         2,61




                                                                                     45                                                     SAN1012189–00
            1-6-5. Graph Heating 3HP : SPW-C256VEH + SPW-W256HH5-E




  Max heating cap. (kw)                                                                           35
17,00                                                 3 HP                                        45

16,00

15,00

14,00

13,00

12,00

11,00

10,00

 9,00

 8,00

 7,00

 6,00

 5,00

 4,00
        -16-15-14-13-12-11-10 -9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
                                                                                                         C
                                                                                      Outdoor air temp. (° WB)




        Input power at Max                                                                        35
3,50     heating cap. (kw)                            3 HP
                                                                                                  45
3,40

3,30

3,20

3,10

3,00

2,90

2,80

2,70

2,60

2,50

2,40

2,30

2,20

2,10

2,00
       -16-15-14-13-12-11-10 -9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
                                                                                                        C
                                                                                     Outdoor air temp. (° WB)


The defrosting has been included in the heating data here enclosed.


                                                             46                                SAN1012189–00
             1-6-6. Graph Cooling 3HP : SPW-C256VEH + SPW-W256HH5-E




  Max cooling cap. (kw)                                                                                        7
13,00                                                      3 HP
                                                                                                               18

12,00


11,00


10,00


 9,00


 8,00


 7,00


 6,00


 5,00


 4,00


 3,00
        25     26    27      28   29   30   31   32   33      34        35   36   37   38   39     40     41    42     43
                                                                                                                    C
                                                                                                 Outdoor air temp. (° DB)




        Input power at Max                                                                                 7        18
3,10     cooling cap. (kw)                                 3 HP




3,00




2,90




2,80




2,70




2,60




2,50
       25     26    27       28   29   30   31   32   33     34     35       36   37   38   39      40    41    42     43
                                                                                                                    C
                                                                                                 Outdoor air temp. (° WB)




                                                                   47                                   SAN1012189–00
                                     1-6-7. Capacity 4HP : SPW-C366VEH + SPW-W366HH58-E

                                                                                                                            Input Power at MAXIMUM Capacity
                          MAXIMUM Heating Capacity (KW)                                                                                    (KW)


                                              Outlet water temp (°C)                                                                  Outlet water temp (°C)
                                                 35           45         COP mini                                                       35            45
                                       -16      6,62                   1,82                                                  -16        3,63
                                       -15      6,74                   1,86                                                  -15        3,63
                                       -14      6,86                   1,89                                                  -14        3,63
                                       -13      6,98                   1,92                                                  -13        3,63
                                       -12      7,10         6,58      1,95     1,83                                         -12        3,63         3,59
                                       -11      7,22         6,68      1,99     1,86                                         -11        3,64         3,59
                                       -10      7,34         6,78      2,02     1,89                                         -10        3,64         3,59
                                       -9       7,46         6,88      2,05     1,91                                          -9        3,64         3,60
                                       -8       7,58         6,98      2,08     1,94                                          -8        3,64         3,60
                                       -7       7,76         7,09      2,13     1,97                                          -7        3,64         3,60
                                       -6       7,94         7,19      2,18     1,99                                          -6        3,64         3,61
                                       -5       8,12         7,29      2,23     2,02                                          -5        3,64         3,61
                                       -4       8,31         7,39      2,28     2,05                                          -4        3,65         3,61
                                       -3       8,49         7,49      2,33     2,07                                          -3        3,65         3,61
   Outdoor air intake temp (°C WB)




                                                                                          Outdoor air intake temp (°C WB)
                                       -2       8,67         7,59      2,38     2,10                                          -2        3,65         3,62
                                       -1       8,85         7,69      2,43     2,12                                          -1        3,65         3,62
                                        0       9,03         7,79      2,47     2,15                                          0         3,65         3,62
                                        1       9,22         7,89      2,52     2,18                                          1         3,65         3,63
                                        2       10,10        8,47      2,76     2,33                                          2         3,65         3,63
                                        3       10,97        9,05      3,00     2,49                                          3         3,66         3,63
                                        4       11,85        9,64      3,24     2,65                                          4         3,66         3,63
                                        5       12,72        10,22     3,48     2,81                                          5         3,66         3,64
                                        6       13,60        10,80     3,72     2,97                                          6         3,66         3,64
                                        7       13,81        10,92     3,80     3,02                                          7         3,63         3,62
                                        8       14,02        11,05     3,88     3,08                                          8         3,61         3,59
                                        9       14,22        11,17     3,97     3,13                                          9         3,58         3,57
                                       10       14,43        11,29     4,06     3,19                                          10        3,56         3,54
                                       11       14,64        11,42     4,15     3,25                                          11        3,53         3,52
                                       12       14,85        11,54     4,24     3,31                                          12        3,51         3,49
                                       13       15,05        11,66     4,33     3,37                                          13        3,48         3,47
                                       14       15,26        11,79     4,42     3,43                                          14        3,45         3,44
                                       15       15,47        11,91     4,51     3,49                                          15        3,43         3,42
                                       16       15,68        12,03     4,61     3,55                                          16        3,40         3,39
                                       17       15,88        12,15     4,70     3,61                                          17        3,38         3,37
                                       18       16,09        12,28     4,80     3,68                                          18        3,35         3,34
                                       19       16,30        12,40     4,90     3,75                                          19        3,33         3,31
            20       16,51         12,52        5,00      3,81                                                                20        3,30         3,28
The defrosting has been included in the heating data here enclosed.




                                                                                    48                                                           SAN1012189–00
                                                   Capacity 4HP : SPW-C366VEH + SPW-W366HH58-E

                                                                                                                      Input Power at MAXIMUM Capacity
MAXIMUM Cooling Capacity (KW)                                                                                         (KW)


                                         Outlet water temp (°C)                                                                 Outlet water temp (°C)
                                           7            18          EER mini                                                       7             18
                                    25    9,55         14,88      3,46    4,51                                          25       2,76           3,30
                                    26    9,43         14,57      3,35    4,40                                          26       2,81           3,31
                                    27    9,30         14,26      3,24    4,29                                          27       2,87           3,33
                                    28    9,18         13,95      3,14    4,18                                          28       2,92           3,34
                                    29    9,05         13,64      3,04    4,07                                          29       2,98           3,35
  Outdoor air intake temp (°C DB)




                                    30    8,93         13,33      2,95    3,96      Outdoor air intake temp (°C DB)     30       3,03           3,37
                                    31    8,80         13,01      2,85    3,85                                          31       3,08           3,38
                                    32    8,68         12,70      2,76    3,75                                          32       3,14           3,39
                                    33    8,55         12,39      2,68    3,64                                          33       3,19           3,40
                                    34    8,43         12,08      2,60    3,54                                          34       3,25           3,42
                                    35    8,30         11,77      2,52    3,43                                          35       3,30           3,43
                                    36    7,95         11,19      2,44    3,31                                          36       3,26           3,38
                                    37    7,60         10,61      2,36    3,18                                          37       3,22           3,34
                                    38    7,25         10,03      2,28    3,05                                          38       3,18           3,29
                                    39    6,91         9,45       2,20    2,92                                          39       3,14           3,24
                                    40    6,56         8,87       2,12    2,78                                          40       3,09           3,19
                                    41    6,21         8,29       2,03    2,64                                          41       3,05           3,15
                                    42    5,86         7,71       1,95    2,49                                          42       3,01           3,10
                                    43    5,51         7,13       1,86    2,34                                          43       2,97           3,05




                                                                               49                                                           SAN1012189–00
            1-6-8. Graph Heating 4HP : SPW-C366VEH + SPW-W366HH58-E




  Max heating cap. (kw)                                                                          35       45
17,00                                                 4 HP

16,00

15,00

14,00

13,00

12,00

11,00

10,00

 9,00

 8,00

 7,00

 6,00

 5,00

 4,00
        -16-15-14-13-12-11-10 -9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
                                                                                                         C
                                                                                      Outdoor air temp. (° WB)




        Input power at Max                                                                       35       45
4,00     heating cap. (kw)                            4 HP


3,90


3,80


3,70


3,60


3,50


3,40


3,30


3,20


3,10


3,00
       -16-15-14-13-12-11-10 -9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
                                                                                                        C
                                                                                     Outdoor air temp. (° WB)


The defrosting has been included in the heating data here enclosed.




                                                             50                                SAN1012189–00
             1-6-9. Graph Cooling 4HP : SPW-C366VEH + SPW-W366HH58-E




  Max cooling cap. (kw)                                                                                     7
17,00                                                   4 HP
                                                                                                            18
16,00

15,00

14,00

13,00

12,00

11,00

10,00

 9,00

 8,00

 7,00

 6,00

 5,00

 4,00
        25    26   27     28   29   30   31   32   33      34        35   36   37   38   39     40     41    42     43
                                                                                                                 C
                                                                                              Outdoor air temp. (° DB)




     Input power at Max                                                                                 7        18
3,50 cooling cap. (kw)                                  4 HP


3,40


3,30


3,20


3,10


3,00


2,90


2,80


2,70


2,60


2,50
       25     26   27     28   29   30   31   32   33     34     35       36   37   38   39      40    41    42     43
                                                                                                                 C
                                                                                              Outdoor air temp. (° WB)




                                                                51                                   SAN1012189–00
                                   1-6-10. Capacity 5 HP : SPW-C486VEH + SPW-W486HH58-E




MAXIMUM Heating Capacity (KW)                                                           Input Power at MAXIMUM Capacity (KW)


                                          Outlet water temp (°C)                                                              Outlet water temp (°C)
                                             35            45           COP mini                                                35           45
                                   -16       8,54                     2,00                                                     -16          4,26
                                   -15       8,64                     2,03                                                     -15          4,26
                                   -14       8,74                     2,05                                                     -14          4,26
                                   -13       8,84                     2,07                                                     -13          4,26
                                   -12       8,94         7,57        2,10      1,76                                           -12          4,26        4,30
                                   -11       9,04         7,67        2,12      1,78                                           -11          4,27        4,30
                                   -10       9,14         7,77        2,14      1,80                                           -10          4,27        4,30
                                   -9        9,24         7,87        2,16      1,83                                            -9          4,27        4,30
                                   -8        9,34         7,97        2,19      1,85                                            -8          4,27        4,31
                                   -7        9,39         7,99        2,20      1,85                                            -7          4,27        4,31
                                   -6        9,45         8,01        2,21      1,86                                            -6          4,27        4,31
                                   -5        9,50         8,02        2,22      1,86                                            -5          4,27        4,31
                                   -4        9,56         8,04        2,24      1,87                                            -4          4,27        4,31
                                   -3        9,61         8,06        2,25      1,87                                            -3          4,28        4,31
 Outdoor air intake temp (°C WB)




                                                                                            Outdoor air intake temp (°C WB)




                                   -2        9,67         8,08        2,26      1,87                                            -2          4,28        4,31
                                   -1        9,72         8,10        2,27      1,88                                            -1          4,28        4,31
                                   0         9,78         8,12        2,28      1,88                                            0           4,28        4,32
                                   1         9,83         8,14        2,30      1,89                                            1           4,28        4,32
                                   2        10,88         9,19        2,54      2,13                                            2           4,28        4,32
                                   3        11,87         10,24       2,77      2,37                                            3           4,28        4,32
                                   4        12,86         11,28       3,00      2,61                                            4           4,28        4,32
                                   5        13,86         12,33       3,23      2,85                                            5           4,29        4,32
                                   6        14,85         13,38       3,46      3,09                                            6           4,29        4,32
                                   7        15,02         13,49       3,54      3,15                                            7           4,25        4,28
                                   8        15,18         13,61       3,61      3,21                                            8           4,21        4,24
                                   9        15,35         13,72       3,68      3,27                                            9           4,17        4,20
                                   10       15,51         13,84       3,76      3,33                                            10          4,13        4,16
                                   11       15,68         13,95       3,84      3,39                                            11          4,08        4,11
                                   12       15,84         14,07       3,92      3,45                                            12          4,04        4,07
                                   13       16,01         14,18       4,00      3,52                                            13          4,00        4,03
                                   14       16,17         14,30       4,08      3,58                                            14          3,96        3,99
                                   15       16,34         14,41       4,17      3,65                                            15          3,92        3,95
                                   16       16,50         14,53       4,25      3,72                                            16          3,88        3,91
                                   17       16,67         14,64       4,34      3,79                                            17          3,84        3,86
                                   18       16,83         14,76       4,43      3,86                                            18          3,80        3,82
                                   19       17,00         14,87       4,52      3,93                                            19          3,76        3,78
                                   20       17,17        14,99         4,62     4,01                   20                                   3,72        3,74
                                   The defrosting has been included in the heating data here enclosed.




                                                                                       52                                                          SAN1012189–00
                                                        Capacity 5 HP : SPW-C486VEH + SPW-W486HH58-E

MAXIMUM Cooling Capacity (KW)                                                     Input Power at MAXIMUM Capacity (KW)


                                        Outlet water temp (°C)                                                                      Outlet water temp (°C)
                                            7           18             EER mini                                                         7           18
                                   25    13,83        18,25       3,43        4,37                                             25     3,93         4,09
                                   26    13,55         17,9       3,43        4,37                                             26     3,95         4,1
                                   27    13,27        17,55       3,34        4,27                                             27     3,97         4,11
                                   28    12,99         17,2       3,26        4,17                                             28     3,99         4,12
                                   29    12,71        16,85       3,17        4,08                                             29     4,01         4,13
                                   30    12,43        16,51       3,08        3,98                                             30     4,03         4,15
 Outdoor air intake temp (°C DB)




                                   31    12,15        16,16        3          3,89           Outdoor air intake temp (°C DB)   31     4,05         4,16
                                   32    11,87        15,81       2,92        3,79                                             32     4,07         4,17
                                   33    11,59        15,46       2,83            3,7                                          33     4,09         4,18
                                   34    11,31        15,11       2,75        3,61                                             34     4,11         4,19
                                   35    11,03        14,76       2,67        3,51                                             35     4,13         4,2
                                   36    10,32         14,3       2,51        3,42                                             36     4,11         4,18
                                   37     9,61        13,84       2,35        3,33                                             37     4,09         4,16
                                   38      8,9        13,38       2,19        3,24                                             38     4,07         4,13
                                   39     8,19        12,93       2,02        3,14                                             39     4,05         4,11
                                   40     7,47        12,47       1,86        3,05                                             40     4,02         4,09
                                   41     6,76        12,01       1,69        2,95                                             41       4          4,07
                                   42     6,05        11,55       1,52        2,86                                             42     3,98         4,04
                                   43     5,34        11,09       1,35        2,76                                             43     3,96         4,02




                                                                                        53                                                   SAN1012189–00
            1-6-11. Graph Heating 5 HP : SPW-C486VEH + SPW-W486HH58-E




  Max heating cap. (kw)                                                                          35       45
18,00                                                 5 HP


17,00

16,00

15,00

14,00

13,00

12,00

11,00

10,00

 9,00

 8,00

 7,00

 6,00
        -16-15-14-13-12-11-10 -9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
                                                                                                         C
                                                                                      Outdoor air temp. (° WB)




        Input power at Max                                                                       35       45
4,50     heating cap. (kw)                            5 HP


4,40


4,30


4,20


4,10


4,00


3,90


3,80


3,70


3,60


3,50
       -16-15-14-13-12-11-10 -9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
                                                                                                        C
                                                                                     Outdoor air temp. (° WB)


The defrosting has been included in the heating data here enclosed.




                                                             54                                SAN1012189–00
                     1-6-12. Graph Cooling 5 HP : SPW-C486VEH + SPW-W486HH58-E




 Max cooling cap. (kw)                                                                                      7       18
                                                           5 HP
18,00

17,00

16,00

15,00

14,00

13,00

12,00

11,00

10,00

 9,00

 8,00

 7,00

 6,00

 5,00

 4,00
        25     26    27      28   29   30   31   32   33      34        35   36   37   38   39     40     41    42     43
                                                                                                                    C
                                                                                                 Outdoor air temp. (° DB)




        Input power at Max                                                                                  7       18
4,50     cooling cap. (kw)                                 5 HP


4,40


4,30


4,20


4,10


4,00


3,90


3,80


3,70


3,60


3,50
       25     26    27       28   29   30   31   32   33     34     35       36   37   38   39      40    41    42     43
                                                                                                                    C
                                                                                                 Outdoor air temp. (° WB)




                                                                   55                                   SAN1012189–00
                                           1-6-13. Capacity 6 HP : SPW-C606VEH + SPW-W606HH58-E

MAXIMUM Heating Capacity (KW)                                                          Input Power at MAXIMUM Capacity (KW)


                                         Outlet water temp (°C)                                                                    Outlet water temp (°C)
                                            35           45            COP mini                                                      35             45
                                   -16     9,53                     2,05                                                     -16    4,65
                                   -15     9,64                     2,07                                                     -15    4,66
                                   -14     9,76                     2,09                                                     -14    4,67
                                   -13     9,87                     2,11                                                     -13    4,67
                                   -12     9,98         8,75        2,13       1,80                                          -12    4,68           4,86
                                   -11    10,10         8,85        2,16       1,82                                          -11    4,68           4,87
                                   -10    10,21         8,95        2,18       1,83                                          -10    4,69           4,88
                                   -9     10,33         9,05        2,20       1,85                                          -9     4,69           4,89
                                   -8     10,44         9,15        2,22       1,87                                          -8     4,70           4,90
                                   -7     10,55         9,31        2,24       1,90                                          -7     4,70           4,91
                                   -6     10,67         9,46        2,27       1,92                                          -6     4,71           4,92
                                   -5     10,78         9,61        2,29       1,95                                          -5     4,71           4,93
                                   -4     10,90         9,76        2,31       1,98                                          -4     4,72           4,94
                                   -3     11,01         9,92        2,33       2,01                                          -3     4,72           4,95
 Outdoor air intake temp (°C WB)




                                                                                           Outdoor air intake temp (°C WB)

                                   -2     11,12         10,07       2,35       2,03                                          -2     4,73           4,95
                                   -1     11,24         10,22       2,37       2,06                                          -1     4,74           4,96
                                   0      11,35         10,38       2,39       2,09                                          0      4,74           4,97
                                   1      11,47         10,53       2,42       2,11                                          1      4,75           4,98
                                   2      12,66         11,46       2,66       2,30                                          2      4,75           4,99
                                   3      13,86         12,39       2,91       2,48                                          3      4,76           5,00
                                   4      15,05         13,33       3,16       2,66                                          4      4,76           5,01
                                   5      16,25         14,26       3,41       2,84                                          5      4,77           5,02
                                   6      17,44         15,19       3,65       3,02                                          6      4,78           5,03
                                   7      17,45         15,30       3,71       3,07                                          7      4,70           4,99
                                   8      17,51         15,41       3,78       3,12                                          8      4,63           4,94
                                   9      17,56         15,52       3,85       3,17                                          9      4,56           4,90
                                   10     17,62         15,63       3,93       3,22                                          10     4,48           4,85
                                   11     17,67         15,74       4,00       3,27                                          11     4,41           4,81
                                   12     17,72         15,84       4,08       3,32                                          12     4,34           4,77
                                   13     17,78         15,95       4,17       3,38                                          13     4,27           4,72
                                   14     17,83         16,06       4,25       3,43                                          14     4,19           4,68
                                   15     17,88         16,17       4,34       3,49                                          15     4,12           4,64
                                   16     17,94         16,28       4,43       3,54                                          16     4,05           4,59
                                   17     17,99         16,38       4,53       3,60                                          17     3,98           4,55
                                   18     18,05         16,49       4,62       3,66                                          18     3,90           4,50
                                   19     18,10         16,60       4,73       3,72                                          19     3,83           4,46
                                   20     18,15         16,71        4,83       3,78                  20                            3,76           4,42
                                           The defrosting has been included in the heating data here enclosed.




                                                                                      56                                                   SAN1012189–00
                                          1-6-13. Capacity 6 HP : SPW-C606VEH + SPW-W606HH58-E

MAXIMUM Cooling Capacity (KW)                                                     Input Power at MAXIMUM Capacity (KW)


                                        Outlet water temp (°C)                                                               Outlet water temp (°C)
                                           7            18         EER mini                                                    7              18
                                   25    14,45         19,19     3,29     4,05                                          25    4,39           4,74
                                   26    14,26         18,86     3,22     3,97                                          26    4,43           4,75
                                   27    14,07         18,52     3,15     3,88                                          27    4,47           4,77
                                   28    13,89         18,19     3,08     3,80                                          28    4,51           4,78
                                   29    13,70         17,85     3,01     3,72                                          29    4,55           4,80
 Outdoor air intake temp (°C DB)




                                                                                      Outdoor air intake temp (°C DB)
                                   30    13,51         17,52     2,95     3,64                                          30    4,59           4,81
                                   31    13,32         17,18     2,88     3,56                                          31    4,62           4,82
                                   32    13,14         16,85     2,82     3,48                                          32    4,66           4,84
                                   33    12,95         16,51     2,75     3,40                                          33    4,70           4,85
                                   34    12,76         16,18     2,69     3,32                                          34    4,74           4,87
                                   35    12,57         15,84     2,63     3,25                                          35    4,78           4,88
                                   36    12,06         15,27     2,55     3,17                                          36    4,72           4,82
                                   37    11,55         14,71     2,48     3,09                                          37    4,67           4,76
                                   38    11,04         14,14     2,40     3,01                                          38    4,61           4,69
                                   39    10,53         13,57     2,31     2,93                                          39    4,55           4,63
                                   40    10,01         13,00     2,23     2,85                                          40    4,49           4,57
                                   41    9,50          12,44     2,14     2,76                                          41    4,44           4,51
                                   42    8,99          11,87     2,05     2,67                                          42    4,38           4,44
                                   43    8,48          11,30     1,96     2,58                                          43    4,32           4,38




                                                                                 57                                                  SAN1012189–00
            1-6-14. Graph Heating 6 HP : SPW-C606VEH + SPW-W606HH58-E




 Max heating cap. (kw)                                                                           35       45
                                                         6 HP
18,00

17,00

16,00

15,00

14,00

13,00

12,00

11,00

10,00

 9,00

 8,00

 7,00

 6,00
        -16-15-14-13-12-11-10 -9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
                                                                                                         C
                                                                                      Outdoor air temp. (° WB)




        Input power at Max                                                                       35       45
5,50     heating cap. (kw)                               6 HP

5,40
5,30
5,20
5,10
5,00
4,90
4,80
4,70
4,60
4,50
4,40
4,30
4,20
4,10
4,00
3,90
3,80
3,70
3,60
3,50
       -16-15-14-13-12-11-10 -9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
                                                                                                        C
                                                                                     Outdoor air temp. (° WB)


                     The defrosting has been included in the heating data here enclosed.




                                                                58                             SAN1012189–00
                     1-6-15. Graph Cooling 6 HP : SPW-C606VEH + SPW-W606HH58-E




 Max cooling cap. (kw)                                                                                      7       18
                                                           6 HP
19,00

18,00

17,00

16,00

15,00

14,00

13,00

12,00

11,00

10,00

 9,00

 8,00

 7,00
        25     26    27      28   29   30   31   32   33      34        35   36   37   38   39     40     41    42     43
                                                                                                                    C
                                                                                                 Outdoor air temp. (° DB)




        Input power at Max                                                                                 7        18
5,00     cooling cap. (kw)                                 6 HP


4,90


4,80


4,70


4,60


4,50


4,40


4,30


4,20


4,10


4,00
       25     26    27       28   29   30   31   32   33     34     35       36   37   38   39      40    41    42     43
                                                                                                                    C
                                                                                                 Outdoor air temp. (° WB)




                                                                   59                                   SAN1012189–00
                                    1-6-1-16. Capacity 8 HP : SPW-C706VEH + SPW-W706HH5-E



                                                                                                                                   Input Power at MAXIMUM
 MAXIMUM Heating Capacity (KW)                                                                                                           Capacity (KW)

                                        Outlet water temp (°C)                                                                           Outlet water temp (°C)
                                           35           45                   COP mini                                                       35           45
                                  -16    12,20                        2,21                                                         -16     5,52
                                  -15    12,30                        2,22                                                         -15     5,53
                                  -14    12,40                        2,23                                                         -14     5,55
                                  -13    12,50                        2,25                                                         -13     5,57
                                  -12    12,60         11,91          2,26              1,79                                       -12     5,58         6,66
                                  -11    12,70         12,03          2,27              1,81                                       -11     5,60         6,67
                                  -10    12,80         12,16          2,28              1,82                                       -10     5,62         6,68
                                   -9    12,90         12,28          2,29              1,84                                        -9     5,63         6,69
                                   -8    13,00         12,40          2,30              1,85                                        -8     5,65         6,70
                                   -7    13,10         12,52          2,31              1,87                                        -7     5,67         6,71
                                   -6    13,20         12,64          2,32              1,88                                        -6     5,68         6,72
                                   -5    13,30         12,77          2,33              1,90                                        -5     5,70         6,73
                                   -4    13,40         12,89          2,34              1,91                                        -4     5,72         6,74
                                   -3    13,50         13,01          2,35              1,93                                        -3     5,73         6,76
Outdoor air intake temp (°C WB)




                                                                                                 Outdoor air intake temp (°C WB)

                                   -2    13,60         13,13          2,37              1,94                                        -2     5,75         6,77
                                   -1    13,70         13,26          2,38              1,96                                        -1     5,77         6,78
                                    0    13,80         13,38          2,39              1,97                                         0     5,78         6,79
                                    1    13,90         13,50          2,40              1,99                                         1     5,80         6,80
                                    2    15,44         15,00          2,61              2,18                                         2     5,91         6,87
                                    3    16,98         16,50          2,82              2,37                                         3     6,01         6,95
                                    4    18,52         18,00          3,03              2,56                                         4     6,12         7,02
                                    5    20,06         19,50          3,22              2,75                                         5     6,22         7,10
                                    6    21,60         21,00          3,41              2,93                                         6     6,33         7,17
                                    7    22,05         21,35          3,48              2,98                                         7     6,33         7,16
                                    8    22,50         21,69          3,56              3,04                                         8     6,33         7,14
                                    9    22,95         22,04          3,63              3,09                                         9     6,33         7,13
                                   10    23,40         22,38          3,70              3,14                                        10     6,33         7,12
                                   11    23,85         22,73          3,77              3,20                                        11     6,33         7,10
                                   12    24,29         23,08          3,84              3,25                                        12     6,33         7,09
                                   13    24,74         23,42          3,91              3,31                                        13     6,32         7,08
                                   14    25,19         23,77          3,98              3,36                                        14     6,32         7,07
                                   15    25,64         24,12          4,06              3,42                                        15     6,32         7,05
                                   16    26,09         24,46          4,13              3,48                                        16     6,32         7,04
                                   17    26,54         24,81          4,20              3,53                                        17     6,32         7,03
                                   18    26,99         25,15          4,27              3,59                                        18     6,32         7,01
                                   19    27,44         25,50          4,34              3,64                                        19     6,32         7,00
                                   20    27,89         25,85           4,41           3,70                                          20     6,32         6,99
                                           The defrosting has been included in the heating data here enclosed.




                                                                                        60                                                     SAN1012189–00
                                    Capacity 8 HP : SPW-C706VEH + SPW-W706HH5-E




                                                                                                                              Input Power at MAXIMUM
MAXIMUM Cooling Capacity (KW)                                                                                                 Capacity (KW)

                                        Outlet water temp (°C)                                                                       Outlet water temp (°C)
                                            7           18                EER mini                                                      7            18
                                   25    17,86         24,40       3,01              3,72                                      25      5,93         6,56
                                   26    17,63         24,04       2,93              3,63                                      26      6,02         6,63
                                   27    17,41         23,68       2,85              3,54                                      27      6,11         6,69
                                   28    17,18         23,32       2,77              3,45                                      28      6,19         6,76
                                   29    16,96         22,96       2,70              3,36                                      29      6,28         6,82
 Outdoor air intake temp (°C DB)




                                                                                            Outdoor air intake temp (°C DB)
                                   30    16,73         22,60       2,63              3,28                                      30      6,37         6,89
                                   31    16,50         22,24       2,56              3,20                                      31      6,46         6,96
                                   32    16,28         21,88       2,49              3,12                                      32      6,55         7,02
                                   33    16,05         21,52       2,42              3,04                                      33      6,63         7,09
                                   34    15,83         21,16       2,35              2,96                                      34      6,72         7,15
                                   35    15,60         20,80       2,29              2,88                                      35      6,81         7,22
                                   36    14,81         19,80       2,26              2,86                                      36      6,54         6,91
                                   37    14,02         18,80       2,24              2,85                                      37      6,27         6,60
                                   38    13,22         17,80       2,20              2,83                                      38      6,00         6,29
                                   39    12,43         16,80       2,17              2,81                                      39      5,73         5,99
                                   40    11,64         15,79       2,13              2,78                                      40      5,46         5,68
                                   41    10,85         14,79       2,09              2,76                                      41      5,19         5,37
                                   42    10,05         13,79       2,04              2,73                                      42      4,92         5,06
                                   43     9,26         12,79       1,99              2,69                                      43      4,65         4,75




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            1-6-1-17. Graph Heating 8 HP : SPW-C706VEH + SPW-W706HH5-E




  Max heating cap. (kw)                                                                           35
28,00                                                    8 HP
                                                                                                  45
27,00
26,00
25,00
24,00
23,00
22,00
21,00
20,00
19,00
18,00
17,00
16,00
15,00
14,00
13,00
12,00
11,00
        -16-15-14-13-12-11-10 -9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
                                                                                                         C
                                                                                      Outdoor air temp. (° WB)




        Input power at Max                                                                        35
8,00     heating cap. (kw)                               8 HP
                                                                                                  45
7,90
7,80
7,70
7,60
7,50
7,40
7,30
7,20
7,10
7,00
6,90
6,80
6,70
6,60
6,50
6,40
6,30
6,20
6,10
6,00
5,90
5,80
5,70
5,60
5,50
5,40
5,30
5,20
5,10
5,00
       -16-15-14-13-12-11-10 -9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
                                                                                                        C
                                                                                     Outdoor air temp. (° WB)


                     The defrosting has been included in the heating data here enclosed.




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             1-6-1-18. Graph Cooling 8 HP : SPW-C706VEH + SPW-W706HH5-E




  Max cooling cap. (kw)                                                                                    7
25,00                                                     8 HP
                                                                                                           18
24,00

23,00

22,00

21,00

20,00

19,00

18,00

17,00

16,00

15,00

14,00

13,00

12,00

11,00

10,00

 9,00
        25     26    27     28   29   30   31   32   33      34        35   36   37   38   39     40     41    42     43
                                                                                                                   C
                                                                                                Outdoor air temp. (° DB)




       Input power at Max
                                                          8 HP
                                                                                                          7
        cooling cap. (kw)
8,00
7,90                                                                                                      18
7,80
7,70
7,60
7,50
7,40
7,30
7,20
7,10
7,00
6,90
6,80
6,70
6,60
6,50
6,40
6,30
6,20
6,10
6,00
5,90
5,80
5,70
5,60
5,50
5,40
5,30
5,20
5,10
5,00
4,90
4,80
4,70
4,60
4,50
4,40
4,30
4,20
4,10
4,00
       25     26    27      28   29   30   31   32   33     34     35       36   37   38   39      40    41    42     43
                                                                                                                   C
                                                                                                Outdoor air temp. (° WB)




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                                     1-6-1-19. Capacity 10 HP : SPW-C906VEH + SPW-W906HH5-E



                                                                                                                                     Input Power at MAXIMUM
MAXIMUM Heating Capacity (KW)                                                                                                        Capacity (KW)

                                         Outlet water temp (°C)                                                                              Outlet water temp (°C)
                                            35           45                     COP mini                                                        35           45
                                   -16    13,19                          2,54                                                         -16      5,20
                                   -15    13,29                          2,52                                                         -15      5,27
                                   -14    13,39                          2,50                                                         -14      5,35
                                   -13    13,49                          2,49                                                         -13      5,43
                                   -12    13,59         13,21            2,47              1,92                                       -12      5,50         6,88
                                   -11    13,69         13,33            2,45              1,92                                       -11      5,58         6,93
                                   -10    13,79         13,46            2,44              1,93                                       -10      5,66         6,99
                                    -9    13,89         13,58            2,42              1,93                                        -9      5,73         7,04
                                    -8    13,99         13,70            2,41              1,93                                        -8      5,81         7,10
                                    -7    14,76         14,47            2,51              2,02                                        -7      5,89         7,16
                                    -6    15,53         15,23            2,60              2,11                                        -6      5,96         7,21
                                    -5    16,29         16,00            2,70              2,20                                        -5      6,04         7,27
                                    -4    17,06         16,77            2,79              2,29                                        -4      6,12         7,32
                                    -3    17,83         17,53            2,88              2,38                                        -3      6,19         7,38
 Outdoor air intake temp (°C WB)




                                                                                                   Outdoor air intake temp (°C WB)

                                    -2    18,60         18,30            2,97              2,46                                        -2      6,27         7,43
                                    -1    19,36         19,07            3,05              2,55                                        -1      6,35         7,49
                                     0    20,13         19,83            3,13              2,63                                         0      6,42         7,54
                                     1    20,90         20,60            3,22              2,71                                         1      6,50         7,60
                                     2    22,12         21,72            3,29              2,79                                         2      6,72         7,78
                                     3    23,34         22,84            3,36              2,87                                         3      6,94         7,96
                                     4    24,56         23,96            3,43              2,94                                         4      7,16         8,15
                                     5    25,78         25,08            3,49              3,01                                         5      7,38         8,33
                                     6    27,00         26,20            3,55              3,08                                         6      7,60         8,51
                                     7    27,38         26,60            3,60              3,13                                         7      7,62         8,49
                                     8    27,77         27,00            3,64              3,19                                         8      7,63         8,47
                                     9    28,15         27,40            3,68              3,24                                         9      7,65         8,45
                                    10    28,54         27,80            3,73              3,30                                        10      7,66         8,43
                                    11    28,92         28,20            3,77              3,35                                        11      7,68         8,41
                                    12    29,30         28,60            3,81              3,41                                        12      7,69         8,39
                                    13    29,69         29,00            3,85              3,46                                        13      7,71         8,37
                                    14    30,07         29,40            3,90              3,52                                        14      7,72         8,35
                                    15    30,46         29,80            3,94              3,58                                        15      7,74         8,33
                                    16    30,84         30,20            3,98              3,63                                        16      7,75         8,31
                                    17    31,22         30,60            4,02              3,69                                        17      7,77         8,29
                                    18    31,61         31,00            4,06              3,75                                        18      7,78         8,27
                                    19    31,99         31,40            4,10              3,81                                        19      7,80         8,25
                                    20    32,38         31,80             4,15          3,86                                           20      7,81         8,23
                                     The defrosting has been included in the heating data here enclosed.




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                                    Capacity 10 HP : SPW-C906VEH + SPW-W906HH5-E




                                                                                                                              Input Power at MAXIMUM
MAXIMUM Cooling Capacity (KW)                                                                                                 Capacity (KW)

                                        Outlet water temp (°C)                                                                       Outlet water temp (°C)
                                            7           18                EER mini                                                      7            18
                                   25    23,60         31,40       3,34              3,88                                      25      7,06         8,10
                                   26    23,26         31,22       3,24              3,81                                      26      7,17         8,20
                                   27    22,92         31,04       3,15              3,74                                      27      7,28         8,30
                                   28    22,58         30,85       3,06              3,67                                      28      7,38         8,41
                                   29    22,24         30,67       2,97              3,61                                      29      7,49         8,51
 Outdoor air intake temp (°C DB)




                                                                   2,88              3,54
                                                                                            Outdoor air intake temp (°C DB)
                                   30    21,90         30,49                                                                   30      7,60         8,61
                                   31    21,52         29,99       2,80              3,47                                      31      7,68         8,65
                                   32    21,14         29,49       2,72              3,40                                      32      7,76         8,69
                                   33    20,76         29,00       2,65              3,32                                      33      7,84         8,72
                                   34    20,38         28,50       2,57              3,25                                      34      7,92         8,76
                                   35    20,00         28,00       2,50              3,18                                      35      8,00         8,80
                                   36    19,19         26,55       2,45              3,11                                      36      7,82         8,53
                                   37    18,38         25,10       2,41              3,04                                      37      7,64         8,26
                                   38    17,56         23,65       2,36              2,96                                      38      7,46         7,99
                                   39    16,75         22,20       2,30              2,88                                      39      7,28         7,72
                                   40    15,94         20,75       2,25              2,79                                      40      7,09         7,45
                                   41    15,13         19,30       2,19              2,69                                      41      6,91         7,18
                                   42    14,31         17,85       2,13              2,58                                      42      6,73         6,91
                                   43    13,50         16,40       2,06              2,47                                      43      6,55         6,64




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            1-6-1-20. Graph Heating 10 HP : SPW-C906VEH + SPW-W906HH5-E




  Max heating cap. (kw)                                                                             35     45
33,00                                                       10 HP
32,00
31,00
30,00
29,00
28,00
27,00
26,00
25,00
24,00
23,00
22,00
21,00
20,00
19,00
18,00
17,00
16,00
15,00
14,00
13,00
        -16-15-14-13-12-11-10 -9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
                                                                                                         C
                                                                                      Outdoor air temp. (° WB)




        Input power at Max                                                                          35     45
9,00     heating cap. (kw)                                  10 HP
8,90
8,80
8,70
8,60
8,50
8,40
8,30
8,20
8,10
8,00
7,90
7,80
7,70
7,60
7,50
7,40
7,30
7,20
7,10
7,00
6,90
6,80
6,70
6,60
6,50
6,40
6,30
6,20
6,10
6,00
5,90
5,80
5,70
5,60
5,50
5,40
5,30
5,20
5,10
5,00
       -16-15-14-13-12-11-10 -9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
                                                                                                        C
                                                                                     Outdoor air temp. (° WB)


                             The defrosting has been included in the heating data here enclosed.




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             1-6-1-21. Graph Cooling 10 HP : SPW-C906VEH + SPW-W906HH5-E




  Max cooling cap. (kw)                                                                                        7
32,00                                                      10 HP
                                                                                                               18
31,00
30,00
29,00
28,00
27,00
26,00
25,00
24,00
23,00
22,00
21,00
20,00
19,00
18,00
17,00
16,00
15,00
14,00
13,00
        25     26    27      28   29   30   31   32   33      34        35   36   37   38   39     40     41    42     43
                                                                                                                    C
                                                                                                 Outdoor air temp. (° DB)




        Input power at Max                                                                                 7        18
         cooling cap. (kw)                                 10 HP
9,00
8,90
8,80
8,70
8,60
8,50
8,40
8,30
8,20
8,10
8,00
7,90
7,80
7,70
7,60
7,50
7,40
7,30
7,20
7,10
7,00
6,90
6,80
6,70
6,60
6,50
6,40
6,30
6,20
6,10
6,00
       25     26    27       28   29   30   31   32   33      34    35       36   37   38   39      40    41    42     43
                                                                                                                    C
                                                                                                 Outdoor air temp. (° WB)




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1-6-22. Graph correction factors according to percentage of ANTI-FREEZE

1-6-22-1. Cooling mode

                                    Cooling mode




                      Use monopropylene glycol.
         A minimum rate of 15% to 20% is needed to avoid any risk of corrosion.


Choose the percentage of glycol according to the minimum temperature to protect the hydraulic
circuit against frost and determine the coefficients to be applied to the power, the water flow rate and
the pressure drop.

Example:
                                               C,
• Protection at an external temperature of -15° wh ich gives 30% glycol ("Freezing points" curve).
• The "Reduction of cooling capacity" curve gives the coefficient to be applied to the refrigerating
capacity (0.94).
• The "Water flow" curve gives the coefficient to be applied to the water flow rate (1,113).
• The "Pressure drop" curve gives the coefficient to be applied to the pressure drop (1,19).




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1-6-22-2. Heating mode

Performance correction with 30% glycol (protection to -15° C):
        • Heating capacity = coefficient 1
        • Water flow = coefficient 1,04
        • Loss of water pressure = coefficient 1,23




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   1-7 . Water pump Performance
   1-7-1 Indoor Hydro Kit SPW-W : Circulator curves

How to measure the pressure loss and so to find the water flow rate ? :
The module's outgoing water lines are equipped with 1/4 SAE pressure taps at the inlet and outlet of each
circulator, to enable the pressure loss to be measured using a hydraulic pressure gauge.
Use the following circulator curves below to find the water flow rate.




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           1-7-2 Indoor Hydro Kit SPW-W : Flow estimation

A flow rate estimation sequence can be launched with special intervention on parameter 41 by calculating
the water temperature difference between the water outlet and return points after forcing the heating
resistances for 240 seconds.
During this period, generator operation is prohibited. The flow rate is displayed at the end of this period.
During the measurement operation, the alarms remain active (and notably the supplementary heating fault
and water pump slaving).
This operation can only be performed with installation shut down “OFF” and by a qualified technician.

Procedure:
  - Ensure that the installation is ready to operate and notably that water is circulating and that the circuit
  has been purged.
  - Activate the zones by forcing (see § 4-9.) and put the Terminal Units is heating mode to ensure a
  thermal load for the entire installation.
  - Go to parameter 40 and enter the total electric heating power (6 kW by default).
  - Go to parameter 41.




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Note:
If this parameter is set in other than the "Stop" position, the word "STOP" is displayed and the calculation
cannot be launched.
     - Press and hold the "OK" button for 5 seconds to launch the measurement.
     - The countdown display flashes.
     - When the countdown is completed, the flow rate is displayed (in m3/h).
     - Exit the parameters to reinitialize this function.
     - Deactivate zone forcing.
If a fault appears during the countdown, the sequence is stopped immediately and the heating elements are
disconnected. The display automatically exits the parameter menu.

Note: The value displayed is only an indication; a more precise result requires the appropriate measuring
equipment

           1-7-3 Two Zones Module : Circulator curves

   The speeds of the circulators have to be adapting in order to respect the flow rates.

   How to measure the pressure loss and so to find the water flow rate ? :
   The module's outgoing water lines are equipped with 1/4 SAE pressure taps at the inlet and outlet of each
   circulator, to enable the pressure loss to be measured using a hydraulic pressure gauge.
   Use the following circulator curves below (circulator SXM 32 - 55) to find the water flow rate.




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1-8. Installation Instructions
      1-8-1 Location

      • Protection index of the unit: IP 21.
      • Select the location for the unit on the basis of the following criteria:
               - The unit must be installed in a sheltered location,
               - The unit must not be installed near the following:
                         . Sources of heat,
                         . Combustible materials,
                         . Return / air intake of an adjacent building.
               - It is necessary to make sure that the free space around the unit is
               provided (see the minimum dimensions on the drawing opposite),
               - Installation must be simple and make maintenance work easy,
               - The unit must be secured to a wall able to support its weight.




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1-8-2 Mounting unit

• Remove the cover from the unit: remove the retaining screws (1 on each side and 1 on top) (1).
• Slide the cover upward (2), until the bottom edge of the covers is aligned with the lower part of
the rear support, then pull it towards you (3).




• Secure the unit to the wall. Refer to the position of the 4 mounting holes in the diagram opposite.
Use anchors and screws (not included) that are adapted to the weight of the unit and the type of wall.
         - Install the 2 screws in place in the upper holes (A) in the wall.
         - Hook the unit in place.
         - Install the 2 screws in place in the lower holes (B).




• Replacing the cover :
         - Present the cover on the unit while aligning the lower edge with the lower part of the rear support.
         - Fit the cover against the rear support to engage the hooks in the notches (1).
         - Slide the cover downward fully into place (2).
         - Replace the retaining screws.




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• Note: the screw (T) on top of the unit ensures the cover's ground continuity. This is a special screw and
only this model should be used.
• The screw on the left-hand side is used primarily for transport. In the case of insufficient clearance (too
close to a wall), this screw need not be replaced.




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1-8-3 Control unit installation

• As the control unit is equipped with a temperature sensor, it must be installed in a location that
is representative of the temperature in zone 1.
• Note: For 2-zone applications, an ambient temperature sensor (zone 1) (accessory) can be
connected on the 2-zone module thus doing away with the need to install the control unit in zone
1.
• Wall mounting: the unit must not be installed in corners, on shelves or behind curtains, near
sources or heat or directly exposed to sunlight. The unit should be installed approximately 1.5 m
above the floor.
• Open the box by removing the lower screw and secure the base to the wall (mounting holes,
item (1)).




• Open the protective cover (screw (2)) and connect the BUS link to the control board (see
diagram in paragraph _._._.).
• Fit the control unit back on its base.




1-8-4 Installation of the outdoor temperature sensor

• This sensor must be located outside in a location that is representative of the temperature
to be measured (on a wall facing North / North-west) and located away from parasitic heat
sources (chimney, thermal bridge, etc..) and sheltered from inclement weather (under a
roof overhand, for example).
• Connection as per paragraph _._._.




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                                            2. TEST RUN

Section 2. TEST RUN AND CONFIGURATION………...............................................77

       2-1. CC1 Module……………………………………………………………………………………….78
            2-1-1 Micro-switch configuration……………………………………………………………..…………….. x
            2-1-2. Forced circulator operation……………………………………………………………..…………… x
            2-1-3. Shutdown forced circulator……………………………………………………………..…………… x

       2-2. Hydro kit SPW-W : A1 – Heating board test…………………………………………………… x
           2-2-1. Specification…………….……………..…………………………………………………………….… x
           2-2-2. Forced ____ operation………………………………………………………………………………... x
           2-2-3. Shutdown forced ______........................................................................................................... x

        2-3. Hydro kit SPW-W : A2 – Indoor unit board test……..………………………………………… x
            2-3-1. Switches and functions. ………….……..……………………………………………..………….… x
            2-3-2 Auto-Addressing with the outdoor unit ……...……………………………………………………….x
                                                                          2-3-3……………….x

       2-4. Two zone module : Zone board test…………………………………………………………….. x
           2-4-1. Micro-switch configuration………………………………….. ………………………………………. X
                                                                 …………………………. x
                                                                       …………. X

       2-5. ECS (Domestic Hot Water Kit) : Control board test..………………………………………….. x
                                                                                                     ……………………………………. X
                                                                                                        …………………………….. x
                                                                                                                ……….. x

       2-6. References and compatibilities of all the boards an modules of the system……………...… x

       2-7. Test Run: Inverter regulation ………………………..…………………………………………… x




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2-1. CC1 Module

It is included in the SPW-W hydro kit.

2-1-1 Micro-switch configuration

The communication and control module manage the circulator and the communication interface
between the system and the generator.
It is equipped with 2 micro-switches, No. 1 and No. 2.




Micro-switch No. 1:
                                                                                           C
In “ON” position, the circulator starts automatically if the outdoor temperature is below 0° to prevent
the hydraulic circuit from freezing. This position is recommended if the outdoor module is installed in
a location exposed to freezing temperatures (not recommended).
The factory default setting for this micro-switch is “OFF”.

Micro-switch No. 2:
In “ON” position, it activates the water flow safety on the system
The factory default setting for this micro-switch is “ON”.
For the safety of the system it must be set to “ON”.




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2-1-2. Forced circulator operation

In order to conduct the verifications of the hydraulic circuit, force the water pump to start as follows
(installation power ON):
           - Set the system control unit to “OFF”.

         - Press and hold the        button for 5 seconds.

                       The circulator starts.

                       The circulator indicator light        flashes.

         - Check that the “H2O” flow indicator is illuminated.




Thanks to forced the water pump it allows the verification of the water flow rate.
The pressure lost can be measured with the ¼ SAE pressure taps at the circulator.
Use the circulator curves (Section 1 / 1-7-1.) to determine the water flow rate.
It is possible to determine the water flow rate with another method (Section 1 / 1-7-2.) and so to
confirm it.
If necessary, change the speed of the water pump to deliver the right water flow as recommended or
requested by the system.


2-1-3. Shutdown forced circulator


Press and hold the        button for 5 seconds.

                       The circulator stops.

                       The circulator indicator light        and the “H2O” flow rate light do out.




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2-2. Hydro kit SPW-W : A1 – Heating board test

It is included in the SPW-W hydro kit.



2-2-1. Auto-test

The Heating zone board (A1) have an automatic self test software include at shipment.




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2-3. Hydro kit SPW-W : A2 – Indoor unit board test


2-3-1. Switches and functions




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T10 (CN061): 6P plug (YEL)
It can be use with the optional remote control operation. (Refer to section 7.)
Control items:    1 - Start/stop input
                  2 - Remote controller prohibit input
                  3 - Start signal output
                  4 - Alarm signal output

EXCT (CN073): 2P plug (RED)
It can be used for demand control.
When input is present, forces the hydro kit to operate with the thermostat OFF.

DISP (CN072): 2P plug (WHT)
It allows testing the hydro kit’s functions without outdoor unit or when it is not operational.
Short-circuiting this plug allows operation to be controlled by the optional remote controller even
when an outdoor unit is not connected or running.
In this case, alarm “E04,” which indicates trouble in the serial communication between the indoor and
outdoor unit, does not occur.

CHK: 2P plug (WHT) / Test pin.
This plug can be used for short-term tests.
Short-circuiting this pin allows electronic expansion valve full-open position to be checked.
However this function turns OFF if the indoor unit protection mechanism is activated.
The component will operate even if the remote controller and outdoor unit are not connected,
however the optional remote control cannot be used for control even if it is connected.

JP1 (J01): Jumper wire
It allows selection of the T10 terminal start/stop signal.
Setting at time of shipment:         Pulse signal
Jumper wire cut:                     Static signal (continuous signal)

Power LED (RED):
LED illuminates when the power is ON.
Flashes when there is trouble with the
EEPROM (IC010: nonvolatile memory).

EEPROM (IC10): Nonvolatile memory
It is used to store model information and other data.
When replacing the PCB, remove the EEPROM from the old PCB and install it onto the new PCB. If
there is IC trouble, replace with a new IC (provided with the servicing PCB), and set the necessary
information using the wired remote controller. (For the setting procedure, refer to the
servicing technical materials.)




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2-4. Two zone module : Zone board test

2-4-1. Switches and functions




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   2-7. Test Run: Inverter regulation

   Reminder : Don’t forget to turn the remote power switch ON at least 5 hours in advance in order
   to energize the crank case heater. Without the respect for this recommendation you could definitively
   damage the compressor.

   - Procedure:

(1) Forced circulator operation: Forced the water pump allows the flow rate in the water system
    giving a thermal load for the test run.

                  Set the system control box to “OFF”.




                  Press and hold the          CC1 button for 5 seconds. The circulator starts.

                  The circulator indicator light       flashes.




                  Check that the “H2O” flow indicator is illuminated.




(2) Disconnect the bus “Heat pump Communication” between CC1 and board A2: It
    allowed Inverter regulation working alone without temperature order from the water system.




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   -    Due to the disconnection of the bus, “Alarm LED” is going to blinking on the CC1.
   After 30 minutes alarm “CnGR” appears on the system control box and “Alarm LED” on CC1 pass
   from blinking to fixed light.




                    Don’t take care of those Alarms; they are going to disappear at the end of the Test
                    Run.




(3) Connect the optional Controller




(4) Starting the Test Run: Temperature control is not possible when test run mode is engaged. (This
       mode places a large load on the devices. Use it only when performing the test run.)


   -      Press and hold the remote controller           button for 4 seconds or longer.

                    “TEST” appears in the LCD display during the test run.

                    Then press the                  button.




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               Use either Heating or Cooling mode to perform the test run.
               If normal operation is not possible, a code appears on the optional controller LCD
               display: Refer to the section 5 (5-1-2.).




(5) End of the Test Run
  -   For the test run of the inverter regulation, operate the compressors for a minimum of 10 minutes
      (in order to check for open phase) or when code appears.
      This optional controller includes a function that cancels after a 60 minutes timer has elapsed, in
      order to prevent continuous test run operation.


  -   After the test run is completed, press the button        again.

               Check that “TEST” disappears from the LCD display.
               Then press the               button.
               Check that Inverter regulation have stopped the compressor and the fans (fans may run
               few minutes after stopped to equilibrate pressures).




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(6) Re-connect the bus between CC1 and board A2




(7) Disconnect the optional Remote Control




(8) Shutdown forced circulator on CC1


   Press and hold the   button for 5 seconds.

                            The circulator stops.

                            The circulator indicator light    and the “H2O” flow rate light do out.

                            Check “CnGr” default disappeared from the System control box (If it is not
                            consult Section 6.).




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                             3. ELECTRICAL DATA



Section 3. ELECTRICAL DATA..................................................................................... 88

                  3-1. Hydro kit SPW-W: Schematic Diagram, Electrical connection.............................................. 89
                         3-1-1. Schematic Diagram…………………………………………….………………………………………………………………… 89
                         3-1-2. Electrical connection………………………………………….………………………………………………………………….. x
                               3-1-2-1. Power supply…………………………………………………………………………………………………..………... x
                               3-1-2-2. Currents and cross-sections………………………………………………………………………………..….…. x
                               3-1-2-3. Selection of the electric heating module powers…………………………………………………….…. x
                               3-1-2-4. Connection with the outdoor unit……………………………………………………………………………... x

                   3-2. Connections of the hydro kit with the system (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) (F) ………………….………………... x
                         3-2-1. BUS (A)……………………………………………………………………………………………..…………………………………… x
                         3-2-2. Outside temperature sensor (B)…………………………………………………….……………….…………………….. x
                         3-2-3. Outdoor unit control connection (C)……………………………………………..……………………………………… x
                         3-2-4. Module additional heating load shedding signal (if installed) (D)…………………….……………………. X
                         3-2-5. Pilot wire for electric convectors (if any) (E)…………………………………………………………………………. x
                         3-2-6. ECO signal for remote controls (if installed) (F)……………………………………………….…………………….. x
                         3-2-7. Control part connection diagram…………………………………………………………………….………………….... x
                         3-2-8. Routing of cables………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..… x

                   3-3. 2-zone floor module : Schematic Diagram, Electrical connection ………………………………………. X
                         3-3-1. Mains supply…….…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… x
                         3-3-2. BUS (A)…………………………………………………………………………………………..……………………………………… x
                         3-3-3. Zone ambient temperature sensor (P)…………………………………………………………………………………... x
                         3-3-4. Floor outgoing line (Q)…………………………………………………………………………………………………………… x
                         3-3-5. Zone board connection detail………………………………………………………………………………………………… x
                         3-3-6 Cable routing………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. x

                   3-4. 2-zone mixed module : Schematic Diagram, Electrical connection ……………………………………. X
                         3-4-1. Mains supply…….…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… x
                         3-4-2. BUS (A)…………………………………………………………………………………………..……………………………………… x
                         3-4-3. Zone ambient temperature sensor (P)…………………………………………………………………………………... x
                         3-4-4. Floor outgoing line (Q)…………………………………………………………………………………………………………… x
                         3-4-5. Zone board connection detail………………………………………………………………………………………………… x
                         3-4-6. Cable routing…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. x

                    3-5. 1 Zone Radiators Low Temp. + D. Hot Water : Schematic Diagram, Elect. connection …….… x
                         3-5-1. Mains supply………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… x
                         3-5-2. Power supply of the tank's electric heater (A1) (A2)………………………………………………………..…… x
                         3-5-3. Control box power supply (B)………………………………………………………………………………………..…………x
                         3-5-4. DHW production tank 3-way supply valve (C1) (C2)……………………………………………………………... x
                         3-5-5. Water temperature sensors (tank water inlet and in the tank) (D) (E)………………………………….. x
                               3-5-5-1. Tank water inlet temperature sensor (D)………………………………………………………………….. x
                               3-5-5-2. Water temperature sensor in the tank (E)………………………………………………………………… x
                         3-5-6. Communication bus (F)……………………………………………………………………………………………………….... x
                         3-5-7. Secondary circulator (G)……………………………………………………………………………………………………….. x
                         3-5-8. Cable routing….…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..…. x




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3-1. Hydro kit SPW-W : Schematic Diagram, Electrical connection
3-1-1 Schematic Diagram




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3-1-2 Electrical connection

• The acceptable voltage variation is: ± 10% during operation.
• The electrical connection conduits must be fixed.
• Use the cable clamps underneath the unit and route the wires into the electric panel, to the terminal strips.
• Class 1 unit.
• The electrical installation must comply with the standards and regulations applicable where the unit is being installed (in
particular NF C 15-100 Å IEC 364).




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3-1-2-1 Power supply

• The power supply must come from an isolation and electric protection device (not supplied) in accordance with existing
regulations.
• A two-pole circuit breaker (not supplied) must be installed to protect single-phase equipment or a three-pole circuit breaker
(not supplied) for three-phase equipment. See the intensity ratings table.
• The power supply is connected to the power terminal strip located inside the indoor unit.
• SPW-W units are designed to be supplied with either single-phase 230V or three-phase 400V.
In a three-phase configuration, the jumper between terminals L1, L2, and L3 on terminal strip XA.
Note:
• The unit is designed to be connected to a power supply having a TT neutral regime (neutral to ground) or TN.S regime
(to neutral) as per NF C 15-100.




3-1-2-2 Currents and cross-sections

The sections are given as an indication only. They have to be verified and adapted, if necessary, according to the installation
conditions and the standards in force.




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3-1-2-3 Selection of the electric heating module powers

To obtain the maximum electric heating module power ratings, the jumper (included) must be installed between 22 and 23
on terminal strip XA.




3-1-2-4 Connection with the outdoor unit

- The control connection between the indoor unit and the outdoor unit is made by a shielded 0.75 mm2 cable (AWG #18),
with the shielding grounded at both the indoor unit and outdoor unit side.
- Maximum length 70 meters.
- The cable's shielding must be grounded at both ends by means of a metal clamp (not supplied) screwed onto the terminal
strip support plate.
- To avoid problems related to electromagnetic disturbances, do not route this cable near power cables.




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                 3-2 Connections of the hydro kit with the system

Caution: To avoid problems related to electromagnetic disturbances, do not route these cables near power cables.




                 3-2-1. BUS (A)

        • 2-conductor shielded cable, minimum size 1 mm_ with shielding grounded on indoor unit side (*).
        • Total length of the BUS connection: 40 meters (indoor unit / control box connection + indoor unit / 2-zone module
        connection, if any).
        • To be connected to the (+) and (-) terminals if terminal strip XB.
        (*) Refer to the ground shielding principle

                 3-2-2. Outside temperature sensor (B)

        • 2-conductor cable, min. size 0.5 mm2.
        • Maximum length 25 meters.
        • To be connected to the heating board A1.
        • Note:
        This sensor must be located outside in a location that is representative of the temperature to be measured (on a wall facing
        North / North-west) and located away from parasitic heat sources (chimney, thermal bridge, etc..) and sheltered from
        inclement weather (under a roof overhand, for example).




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3-2-3. Outdoor unit control connection (C)

•   2-conductor shielded cable with shielding grounded on both the outdoor unit and indoor unit side.
•   Minimum cable size: 0.75 mm2.
•   Maximum length 70 meters.
•   Connection as recommended




3-2-4. Module additional heating load shedding signal (if installed) (D)

- Two possibilities:
         • By a "remote info" signal coming from the electrical utility meter: 1 twisted pair (6/10) cable
         with shielding (shielding grounded on module side).
         • By a good quality, potential-free external contact.
- Contact closed = load shedding of the additional electric heating.
- 2-conductor cable, min. size 0.5mm2.
- Maximum length 25 meters.
- To be connected to the heating board A1.




3-2-5. Pilot wire for electric convectors (if any) (E)

- The pilot wire sends shut-down, "anti-freeze" (long term absence) or "Economy" mode instructions
to the electric
convectors in zone 2, and possibly in the case of 1 floor zone or 1 terminal unit zone applications.
Convector control (not supplied) must be adapted to receive this type of signal (standard GIFAM 4).
Consult the manual of the electric convectors.
- 230 VAC signal from the heating board.
          2
- 1,5 mm single-pole cable adapted for the operating voltage.
- Max. Number of convectors controlled by the pilot wire: 20.
- To be connected to the heating board A1.
- Note:
The electrical power supplied to the convectors must be the same as that of the module.



3-2-6. ECO signal for remote controls (if installed) (F)

- In order to send reduced mode orders (Eco or standby) to the terminal unit remote control units in
the case of
applications such as 1 terminal unit zone or 2 mixed zones.
- In the form of a potential-free contact which can used in VLV (Very Low Voltage), 2A max.
- To be connected to the heating board A1.
- Note:
The contact can control up to 10 RCC10 (70250051) or RCC20 (70250052) type controls.
Consult the terminal unit and remote control documentation to connect this contact.




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3-2-7 Control part connection diagram

        - Route the control cables on the right side of the board.
        - Pass the pilot wire (230 V) on the left side of the board.




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3-2-8. Routing of cables



• To avoid problems related to electromagnetic disturbances, avoid routing control cables near power cables.
• Pass the cables through the cable glands.
• Route the control cables on the right side of the electric board.
• Pass the pilot wire (230 V), if used, on the left side of the electric board.




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3-3. 2-zone floor module : Schematic Diagram, Electrical connection




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        3-3-1. Mains supply

                 • 230 V, single-phase, 50 Hz, input amperage = 1.6 A.
                 • The electrical power supply must come from protection and disconnecting means (not supplied) in compliance
                 with the standards and regulations in force. The circuit must be protected by a two-pole circuit breaker.
                 • Cable 3G 1.5 mm2.
                 • Power supply to be connected directly on the zone 2 circuit breaker (“Q2”) located in the module.

Caution: To avoid problems related to electromagnetic disturbances, do not route these cables near power cables.




3-3-2. BUS (A)

- 2-conductor cable, min. size 1 mm2.
- Total length of the BUS connection: 40 meters (heating board / control box connection + heating board / zone board if
any connection).
- To be connected on the terminal strip of the boards, zones A1 and A2, located in the module.




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3-3-3. Zone ambient temperature sensor (P)

- For zone 2, Floor: mandatory, supplied with the module.
- For zone 1, Floor: required only if the control unit is not placed in a
location that is representative of the temperature in zone 1.

Caution:
In this case, the remote zone 1 sensor must be activated through
parameterisation on the control unit (refer to control’s technical manual).
This sensor is proposed as accessory 70250065.
- Wall mounting: the sensor is designed to be mounted in a "Mosaïc" type
(45 x 45), flush-mounted electrical box (not supplied).
It is to be installed in a location that is representative of the temperature
in the zone.
- The sensor must not be installed in corners, on shelves or behind
curtains, near sources or heat or directly exposed to sunlight.
The unit should be installed approximately 1.5 m above the floor.
- Use a 2-conductor cable for installation, minimum size: 0.5 mm2 and max. length: 25 meters.
- To be connected directly on the corresponding zone board (terminals C and S5).

3-3-4. Floor zone outgoing line (Q): Water temperature outgoing line
- Indicated for informational purposes as it is already connected in the module.

3-3-5. Zone board connection detail




3-3-6. Cable routing




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                 3-4-1. Mains supply

                          • 230 V, single-phase, 50 Hz, input amperage = 1.6 A.
                          • The electrical power supply must come from protection and disconnecting means (not supplied) in compliance
                          with the standards and regulations in force. The circuit must be protected by a two-pole circuit breaker.
                          • Cable 3G 1.5 mm2.
                          • Power supply to be connected directly on the zone 2 circuit breaker (“Q2”) located in the module.


Caution: To avoid problems related to electromagnetic disturbances, do not route these cables near power cables.




        3-4-2. BUS (A)

        - 2-conductor cable, min. size 1 mm2.
        - Total length of the BUS connection: 40 meters (heating board / control box connection + heating board / zone board if
        any connection).
        - To be connected on the terminal strip of the boards, zones A1 and A2, located in the module.




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3-4-3. Zone ambient temperature sensor (P)

- For zone 2, Floor: mandatory, supplied with the module.
- For zone 1, Floor: required only if the control unit is not placed in a
location that is representative of the temperature in zone 1.

Caution:
In this case, the remote zone 1 sensor must be activated through
parameterisation on the control unit (refer to control’s technical manual).
This sensor is proposed as accessory 70250065.
- Wall mounting: the sensor is designed to be mounted in a "Mosaïc" type
(45 x 45), flush-mounted electrical box (not supplied).
It is to be installed in a location that is representative of the temperature
in the zone.
- The sensor must not be installed in corners, on shelves or behind
curtains, near sources or heat or directly exposed to sunlight.
The unit should be installed approximately 1.5 m above the floor.
- Use a 2-conductor cable for installation, minimum size: 0.5 mm2 and max. length: 25 meters.
- To be connected directly on the corresponding zone board (terminals C and S5).

3-4-4. Floor zone outgoing line (Q): Water temperature outgoing line
- Indicated for informational purposes as it is already connected in the module.


3-4-5. Zone board connection detail




3-4-6. Cable routing




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        3-5-1. Mains supply

        . Electrical box per EN 60 335-1.
        . The electrical installation must be installed in accordance with the standards and regulations applicable at the site of
        installation (notably NF C 15-100 = IEC 364).
        . Box power supply 230V/1/50Hz. Acceptable voltage variation is +/- 10 % during operation.
        . Class 1 appliance.
        . Rated conditional short-circuit current: 4.5 kA (per EN 60 898).
        . Equipment to be connected to a general power supply with a TT neutral point connection (Neutral to ground – per
        NF C 15-100).
        . The electrical conduits must be secured. Cables entering the box must pass via cable glands and grommets.

Caution: To avoid problems related to electromagnetic disturbances, do not route these cables near power cables.




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3-5-2. Power supply of the tank's electric heater (A1) (A2)
230 V single-phase 50Hz + Ground (class 1).
Min. cable conductor size 3G 2.5 mm2 (with 16 A protection).
(A1) Power must be supplied from a protection and disconnect device in compliance with current
regulations.
To be connected directly on the input terminals of circuit breaker Q1 located in the control box.
(A2) To be connected to the output terminals of contactor KM1 in the control box.

3-5-3. Control box power supply (B)
230 V single-phase 50Hz + Ground (class 1).
It must be supplied from a protection and disconnect device in compliance with current
regulations.
Min. conductor cable size 3G 1.5 mm2.
To be connected directly on the input terminals of circuit breaker Q2 located in the control box.

3-5-4. DHW production tank 3-way supply valve (C1) (C2)
(C1) 230 V/ 50Hz + Ground (30 VA max.) "On/Off" control signal to be connected to the DHW
electronic board in the control box (terminals Y1 and N) + Ground.
(C2) 3-way valve in actuated position signal = DHW, to be connected to the electronic control
board
(terminals A4 and C).
Note: The solenoid valve is delivered with a 1.5 m cable containing all the conductors.
For installation reasons, this connection may be extended as required (maximum distance = 20 m).
In this case, use 2 two cables separated with a unitary size of 0.75 mm2 (one to control the valve
and one for the position signal) - Rated voltage: 300 V min.

3-5-5. Water temperature sensors (tank water inlet temperature and water temperature in the
tank) (D) (E)
Sensors are delivered as standard with a cable measuring 3.5 m long.
This connection may be extended with a 2-conductor cable (minimum size 0.5 mm2) and with a
maximum length of 25 meters.
To be connected to the electronic control board (see box connection details § 3.5.1).

3-5-5-1. Tank water inlet temperature sensor (D)
It must be positioned on the tank exchanger's hot water supply pipe (as close to the tank as
possible) using the metal
bracket supplied. Apply conductive paste prior to placement and assemble it with the 2 plastic
clamps provided.
Insulate the assembly with the length of insulation provided.

3-5-5-2. Water temperature sensor in the tank (E)
The sensor is to be inserted into the Ø 18 mm thermowell provided for this purpose.
Use conductive paste to create a hermetic installation for the sensor.
Secure the conductor to prevent the sensor from moving accidentally.

3-5-6. Communication bus (F)
2-conductor shielded cable, min. size 1 mm2.
Total length of the bus connection: 40 meters (heating board A1 + control unit + DHW box
connection).
To be connected to the specific + and - terminals of the electronic control board.

3-5-7. Secondary circulator (G)
230 V single-phase 50Hz + Ground - 5A max.
Min. conductor cable size 3G 1,5 mm2 .
To be connected directly on the output terminals of contactor KM2 in the control box.
Caution :
Make sure that the circulator (not supplied) is equipped with the necessary safety devices adapted to the type
of used circulator (thermal protection, etc.).




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3-5-8. Cable routing




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4. PROCESS AND FONCTIONS

  4-1. Control operating principle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ….. . . . . . . . . . . . x
        4-1-1. Basic principle…………………………………………………………………………………………... x
        4-1-2. Control flow diagram………………………………………………………………………………… x

  4-2. Presentation of control elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . ….. . . . . . . . . . . . x
      4-2-1. Control unit………………………………………………………………………………………………… x
      4-2-2. Heating board…………………………………………………………………………………………….. x
      4-2-3. Communication and control module…………………………………………………………… x
      4-2-4. Zone board……………………………………………………………..………………………………….. x

  4-3. 1-zone floor application operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . .... . . . . . . . . . . . x
        4-3-1. Heating mode……………………………………………………………………………………………. x
                4-3-1-1. Heating operating diagram…………………………………………………………………….. x
                4-3-1-2. “Comfort” heating mode………………………………………………………………………… x
                4-3-1-3. “ECO” heating mode………………………………………………………………………………. x
                4-3-1-4. “Anti-freeze” Heating mode (prolonged absence)………………………………….. x
        4-3-2. Cooling mode……………………………………………………………………………………………. x
                4-3-2-1. Cooling operating diagram …………………………………………………………………….. x
                4-3-2-2. Heat pump safety in cooling mode……………………………………………………….… x
                4-3-2-3. Control of the heat pump's circulator…………………………………………………….. x
                4-3-2-4. Cooling mode restriction………………………………………………………………………… x
                 nd
        4-3-3. 2 Zone : Electric convectors…………………………………………………………………... x
        4-3-4. Miscellaneous………………………………………………………………………………………….. x

  4-4. 2-zone floor application operation . . . . . . . . . . . . ….. . . . . . . . . . . . x
        4-4-1. Heating mode……………………………………………………………………………………………. x
                4-4-1-1. Heating operating diagram…………………………………………………………………….. x
                4-4-1-2. “Comfort” heating mode………………………………………………………………………… x
                4-4-1-3. “ECO” heating mode………………………………………………………………………………. x
                4-4-1-4. “Anti-freeze” Heating mode (prolonged absence)………………………………….. x
        4-4-2. Cooling mode……………………………………………………………………………………………. x
                4-4-2-1. Cooling operating diagram …………………………………………………………………….. x
                4-4-2-2. Heat pump safety in cooling mode……………………………………………………….… x
                4-4-2-3. Control of the heat pump's circulator…………………………………………………….. x
                4-4-2-4. Cooling mode restriction………………………………………………………………………… x
        4-4-3. Activation of the heat pump…………………………………………………………………….. x
        4-4-4. Control of zone outgoing lines …………………………….………………………………….. x
        4-4-5. Miscellaneous………………………………………………………………………………………….. x

  4-5. Mixed 2-zone application operation . . . . . . . . . . ….... . . . . . . . . . . . x
         4-5-1. Heating mode………………………………………………………………………………………….. x
                4-5-1-1. Heating operating diagram……………………………………………………………………… x
                4-5-1-2. “Comfort” heating mode…………………………………………………………………………. x
                4-5-1-3. “ECO” heating mode……………………………………………………………………………….. x
                4-5-1-4. “Anti-freeze” Heating mode (prolonged absence)…………………………………… x
        4-5-2. Cooling mode…………………………………………………………………………………………… x
                4-5-2-1. Cooling operating diagram……………………………………………………………………… x
                4-5-2-2. For zone 1, Floor………………………………………………………………………………….... x
                4-5-2-3. For zone 2, Terminal Units……………………………………………………………………… x
                4-5-2-4. Heat pump safety in cooling mode…………………………………………………………. x
                4-5-2-5. Control of the heat pump's circulator…………………………………………………….. x
                4-5-2-6. Cooling mode restriction………………………………………………………………………... x
        4-5-3. Activation of the heat pump…………………………………………………………………….. x
        4-5-4. Control of zone outgoing lines …………………………….………………………………….. x
        4-5-5. Miscellaneous………………………………………………………………………………………….. x




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4-6. 1 zone terminal units application operation . . . . ……. . . . . . . . . . . . x
     4-6-1. Heating mode……………………………………………………………………………………………. x
               4-6-1-1. Heating operating diagram…………………………………………………………………….. x
               4-6-1-2. “Comfort” heating mode………………………………………………………………………… x
               4-6-1-3. “ECO” heating mode………………………………………………………………………………. x
               4-6-1-4. “Anti-freeze” Heating mode (prolonged absence)………………………………….. x

      4-6-2. Cooling mode……………………………………………………………………………………………. x
               4-6-2-1. Heat pump operating safety features in cooling mode ………………………….. x
               4-6-2-2. Control of the heat pump's circulator…………………………………………………….. x
               4-6-2-3. Cooling mode restriction………………………………………………………………………… x
               nd
      4-6-3. 2 Zone : Electric convectors…………………………………………………………………... x
      4-6-4. Miscellaneous………………………………………………………………………………………….. x

4-7. 1-zone low temperature radiators application operation …... . . . . . . x
     4-7-1. Heating mode……………………………………………………………………………………………. x
               4-7-1-1. Heating operating diagram…………………………………………………………………….. x
               4-7-1-2. “Comfort” heating mode………………………………………………………………………… x
               4-7-1-3. “ECO” heating mode………………………………………………………………………………. x
               4-7-1-4. “Anti-freeze” Heating mode (prolonged absence)………………………………….. x
      4-7-2. Cooling mode……………………………………………………………………………………………. x
               nd
      4-7-3. 2 Zone : Electric convectors…………………………………………………………………... x
       4-7-4. Miscellaneous………………………………………………………………………………………….. x

4-8. CC1 module operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . …… . . . . . . x
       4-8-1. Communication function……………………………………………………………………….… x
              4-8-1-1. Signals sent by CC1 to the outdoor unit…………………………………………………… x
              4-8-1-2. Signals sent by CC1 to the indoor system………………………………………………… x
      4-8-2. Water circulation management……………………………………………………………….. x
              4-8-2-1 Circulator control……………………………………………………………………………………… x
              4-9-2-2. Monitoring of water flow………………………………………………………………………… x
       4-8-3. Stand-alone operation of the outdoor unit (off-system)………………………….. x

  4-9.ECS (domestic hot water - DHW) mode . . . . . . . . . . . . …. . . . . . . x
       4-9-1. Basic principle……………………………………………………………………………………….… x
       4-9-2. Operation……………………………………………………………………………………………….. x
       4-9-3. Timer programming………………………………………………………………………………… x

  4-10. Telephone control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . x




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                       4-1. Control operating principle


                       4-1-1. Basic principle


• The control assembly enables a complete installation to be controlled from a parameterable system control unit, depending on
the type and conditions of the installation.

• The control unit's rotating knob is used to select the desired operating mode:
         - HEAT (Heating) :
              The heat pump and any supplementary electric heating are controlled in relation to a setpoint resulting from the
              water temperature calculated according to a water rule (according to the outside temperature).
         - COOL (Cooling) (for applications compatible with this mode):
              The heat pump is controlled according to a fixed set point (based on the ambient temperature for floor applications).

• The orders given by the control unit are transmitted (via a system communication BUS) to the various elements of the installation
via:
         - by the A1 heating control board (located in the indoor unit ) which controls:
         . the heat pump via the CC1 communication and control module,
         . the indoor unit's electric heater.
         - zone boards, if any, which control the 2-zone modules.

   The built-in control manages the system that supplies the hydraulic system with a water
   temperature adapted to current needs and according to the operating mode selected on the
   control unit.




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4-1-2. Control flow diagram




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4-2. Presentation of control elements

4-2-1. Control unit




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4-2-2. Heating board

• Mounted in the indoor unit, it controls the heat pump and its electric heater unit.
• It is connected to the control unit by the communication BUS.




4-2-3. Communication and control module

• Mounted in the indoor unit, it ensures 2 functions:
        - Communication interface between system control and heat pump control.
        - Management of the indoor unit's circulator with water flow sensor control.




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4-2-4. Zone board

• Mounted in 2-zone modules, it is designed to control the circulating pump and control valve for
each zone.
• There is one board per zone.
• It is connected to the control unit and to the heating board by the communication BUS.




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                zone
         4-3. 1-zone floor application operation


         4-3-1. Heating mode

               1.
         4-3-1-1. Heating operating diagram




         4-3-1-2. “Comfort” heating mode
               2.
                   Selection is made using the rotary knob on the control unit.



         emperature
• Water temperature setpoint
                                                                                    non-heating
     - The heat pump can operate only if the outside temperature is less than the non heating temperature.
     - The heat pump is controlled via the heating board according to a resulting setpoint of the water temperature
                                                     according
     (control on the installation return) calculated according to an adjustable water rule determined by:
                             heating
                   The non-heating temperature (parameter 23),
                   The regional minimum temperature (parameter 21),
                   The minimum temperature of the water circuit (parameter 32),
                   The maximum temperature of the water circuit (parameter 30).

The resulting setpoint calculated in this manner can be corrected by the temperature of the zone:
A difference of +/- 1 degree of ambient temperature in relation to the heating setpoint temperature of the zone
(adjustable from 15 to 25°C) causes the resulting setpoint (water temperature) to decrease or increase of 2 degrees,
                                                      +/-
respectively. However, this variation cannot exceed +/ 5 degrees.
The calculated resulting set point is displayed at parameter 04.
Note:
The set point value sent to the heat pump can be clipped to the maximum value given in parameter 43.




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• Supplementary electric heating
- The heating elements are actuated on if the heat pump is not able to maintain the water return temperature at
the calculated value. The supplementary heating by electrical heating elements is staged (2 stages). The second
stage is managed by a 10-minute time delay for is activation.




- Caution:
During normal operation, the supplementary heating is authorized only if the outside temperature falls below the
authorization threshold (parameter 22) corresponding to the installation's equilibrium temperature and the
absence of a load shedding signal. However, if can be authorized for greater temperatures if the heat pump is
experiencing an alarm or if heat pump operation is prohibited by a safety device (and even if a load shedding signal
is present).
Supplementary heating is prohibited if it is experiencing an alarm.

• Heat pump operating safety features in heating mode
- A safety device on the water temperature (installation return) prohibits heat pump operation if this temperature is
below the thermodynamic heating authorization threshold (parameter 36). In this case, only supplementary heating
is authorized to raise the water temperature and allow the heat pump to operate, regardless of the outside
temperature (load shedding is thus inoperative). The activation of this safety feature is indicated by the flashing of
the display.
- Heat pump operation is prohibited if the outside temperature is below the shut-off threshold (parameter 20). Only
supplementary heating is authorized (load shedding is thus inoperative).

• Limitation on ambient temperature
- In heating mode, operation of the heat pump and the electric heater (if any) is prohibited if the ambient
temperature of the zone exceeds the ambient set point temperature by 3.5°C. The operation is authorised once
again if the ambient temperature falls to the ambient set point value.

• Control of the heat pump's circulator
- The heating mode, activated if the outside temperature is less than the non-heating temperature.
- If the circulator is off, an “anti-sticking” function starts the circulator for 5 seconds every 24 hours. See details in
paragraph 6-9. CC1 module operation




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                                3.
                          4-3-1-3. “ECO” heating mode
                          Selection is made using the rotary knob on the control unit.



                      "
• The switch to "ECO" mode lowers the ambient temperature setpoint by a value than can be adjusted from 1 to 4K
(parameter 24).
• It can only be activated in heating mode (inactive in cooling mode).
                                                                                 ing,
• Switching from "Comfort" to "ECO is accomplished either by hourly programming, weekly programming by zone
                                  ECO"
or by actuating the rotary knob for the entire installation.
• In the case of hourly programming, the user can activate a temporary override (1 hour + periods of 1 hour during
the current day) per zone.




4-3-1-4. “Anti-freeze” Heating mode (prolonged absence)
               freeze”
        Selection is made using the rotary knob on the control unit.



• Selection is made using the rotary knob on the control unit for the entire installation.
                                                                                           factory-set at 25°C).
• The water temperature resulting setpoint passes to an adjustable value (parameter 29 is factory
Heating (heat pump + supplementary heating, if any) is actuated depending on the ambient temperature setpoint
adjustable (parameter 25 set to 12°C in the factory).




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      4-3-2. Cooling mode
              Selection is made using the rotary knob on the control unit.

            1.
      4-3-2-1. Cooling operating diagram




The heat pump operates with the water temperature set point (installation return) given in parameter 42. It is
activating if the ambient temperature is greater than the cooling setpoint (adjustable from 20 to 30°C).

     4-3-2-2. Heat pump safety in cooling mode
Heat pump operation is prohibited if the installation return water temperature is above a threshold (parameter 35).
The activation of this safety feature is indicated by the flashing of the display.
         condensation"
An "anti-condensation" device on the installation's outgoing temperature prohibits heat pump operation if this
                                                              the
temperature is below 15°C. This device is designed to limit th risks of condensation.

       4-3-2-3. Control of the heat pump's circulator
- In cooling mode, actuated as soon as the mode is selected.
                                     sticking”
- If the circulator is off, an “anti-sticking” function starts the circulator for 5 seconds every 24 hours. See details in
paragraph 6-9. CC1 module operation
               9.               operation.

       4-3-2-4. Cooling mode restriction
- The cooling mode can be restricted by setting parameter 71 to "  "0".
                               ”                                         “OFF”.
- At this time, selecting “COOL” on the control unit will cause shutdown “




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             nd
     4-3-3. 2 Zone : Electric convectors

• A 2nd zone equipped with electric convectors can also be managed (Max. number = 20). These appliances must
be equipped with an electronic thermostat (not included) able to receive signals via a 230 VAC pilot wire
(standard GIFAM 4).
• The 2nd zone is activated by setting the micro-switch in the back of the control unit to the "ON" position.
- In "Comfort", "ECO" or "Anti-freeze" heating modes, the corresponding signals are transmitted to the 2nd zone.
- In cooling mode and in the Stop position, the shut-down signal is transmitted to the 2nd zone.
- In heating mode with hourly programming, the "Comfort" or "ECO" signals are transmitted to the 2nd zone
according to the corresponding hourly programming.
Note:
In case of load shedding, a shut-down signal is transmitted to the 2nd zone.
- In heating mode, the display unit indicates for the zone 2 "HEAT".

     4-3-4. Miscellaneous

• Mode changes using the rotary knob (Heating / Cooling / Anti-freeze / Stop) are delayed 10 seconds in order
to filter inappropriate actions. However, the "Time Setting" and "Hourly Programming" positions do not have the
time delay feature.
• The authorization thresholds on the water temperature are cut-off values with a differential of 1K for the reset.




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         4-4. 2-zone floor application operation



4-4-1. Heating mode

4-4-1-1. Heating operating diagram




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            2.
      4-4-1-2. “Comfort” heating mode
                Selection for the 2 zones is made using the rotary knob on the control unit.




• Water temperature setpoint
                                                                                             outside
     - The circulating pump of each zone is actuated and the control valve activated if the outside temperature is less than
              heating
     the non-heating temperature.
                                                                                    non-heating
     - The heat pump can operate only if the outside temperature is less than the non heating temperature.
                 ule
     - A water rule is determined for each zone according to the settings that are specific to the zone. A resulting setpoint
     of the water temperature is calculated according to the outside temperature and the ambient temperature of the
     zone.
                                  ed
     The control valve is controlled by the zone board according to this resulting setpoint and the water temperature read
     by the sensor placed on the outlet of the zone considered.
     - The heat pump and the supplementary heating are thus controlled (in relation to the installation's return
     temperature) according to the highest resulting setpoint of the 2 circuits.
     For each zone, the water rule is determined by:
                heating
     - the non-heating temperature (parameter 23),
     - the regional minimum temperature (parameter 21),
     - the minimum temperature of the water circuit (parameters 32 for zone 1, 33 for zone 2),
     - the maximum temperature of the water circuit (parameters 30 for zone 1, 31 for zone 2).

The resulting setpoint calculated in this manner can be corrected by the ambient temperature of the zone:
A difference of +/- 1 degree of ambient temperature in relation to the heating setpoint temperature of the zone
(adjustable from 15 to 25°C) causes the resulting setpoint (water temperature) to decrease or increase of 2 degrees,
 espectively.                                        +/-
respectively. However, this variation cannot exceed +/ 5 degrees.
The resulting zone 1 and zone 2 set points are displayed at parameters 04 and 05.
Note:
The set point value sent to the heat pump can be clipped to the maximum value given in parameter 43.


• Control of the heat pump's circulator
                                                                                      non-heating
     - The heating mode, activated if the outside temperature is less than the non heating temperature.
                                    “anti-sticking”
     - If the circulator is off, an “anti sticking” function starts the circulator for 5 seconds every 24 hours. See details in
     paragraph 6-9.


• Supplementary electric heating
   he
- The heating elements are actuated on if the heat pump is not able to maintain the water return temperature at
the calculated value. The supplementary heating by electrical heating elements is staged (2 stages). The second
                          minute                  activation.
stage is managed by a 10-minute time delay for is activation




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- Caution:
During normal operation, the supplementary heating is authorized only if the outside temperature falls below the
                              meter
authorization threshold (parameter 22) corresponding to the installation's equilibrium temperature and the
absence of a load shedding signal. However, if can be authorized for greater temperatures if the heat pump is
experiencing an alarm or if heat pump operation is prohibited by a ssafety device (and even if a load shedding signal
is present).
Supplementary heating is prohibited if it is experiencing an alarm.

• Heat pump operating safety features in heating mode
- A safety device on the water temperature (installation return) prohibits heat pump operation if this temperature is
below the thermodynamic heating authorization threshold (parameter 36). In this case, only supplementary heating
                                                                                           regardless
is authorized to raise the water temperature and allow the heat pump to operate, regardless of the outside
temperature (load shedding is thus inoperative). The activation of this safety feature is indicated by the flashing of
the display.
                                                                                     shut-off
- Heat pump operation is prohibited if the outside temperature is below the shut off threshold (parameter 2 Only  20).
supplementary heating is authorized (load shedding is thus inoperative).
• Limitation on ambient temperature
- In heating mode, operation of the heat pump and the electric heater (if any) is prohibited if the ambient
                                     s
temperature of the zone exceeds the ambient set point temperature by 3.5°C. The operation is authorised once
again if the ambient temperature falls to the ambient set point value.
• Control of the heat pump's circulator
- The heating mode, activated if the outside temperature is less t                    heating
                                                                       than the non-heating temperature.
                                     sticking”
- If the circulator is off, an “anti-sticking” function starts the circulator for 5 seconds every 24 hours. See details in
paragraph 6-9. CC1 module operation
               9.



                      3.
                4-4-1-3. “ECO” heating mode
                           Selection for the 2 zones is made using the rotary knob on the control unit.



                      "
• The switch to "ECO" mode lowers the ambient temperature setpoint by a value than can be adjusted from 1 to 4K
(parameter 24).
• It can only be activated in heating mode (inactive in cooling mode).
• Switching from "Comfort" to "ECO" is accomplished either by hourly programming, weekly programming by zone
                                  ECO"
or by actuating the rotary knob for the 2 zones.
• In the case of hourly programming, the user can activate a temporary override (1 hour + periods of 1 hour during
the current day) per zone.




               freeze”
4-4-1-4. “Anti-freeze” Heating mode (prolonged absence)
         Selection for the 2 zones is made using the rotary knob on the control unit.



• Selection for the 2 zones is made using the rotary knob on the control unit for the entire installation.
                                                                                             factory-set at 25°C)
• The water temperature resulting setpoint passes to an adjustable value (parameter 29 is factory
identical for the 2 zones.

Each zone can only be activated (circulating pump and control valve) if the ambient temperature of the zone is less
than an adjustable set point (parameter 25 set to 12°C in the factory).
If ambient temperature in the zone rises above this set point, the circulating pump stops (after a 1 minute delay)
and the valve is closed.
• In order to guarantee a minimal thermal load, the heat pump can only operate if at least one zone is activated
(circulating pump in operation and valve open).




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      4-4-2. Cooling mode
                Selection for the 2 zones is made using the rotary knob on the control unit.

            1.
      4-4-2-1. Cooling operating diagram




The heat pump operates with the water temperature set point (installation return) given in parameter 42.

     4-4-2-2. Heat pump safety in cooling mode
Heat pump operation is prohibited if the installation return water temperature is above a threshold (parameter 35).
The activation of this safety feature is indicated by the flashing of the display.
         condensation"                                          temperature
An "anti-condensation" device on the installation's outgoing temperature prohibits heat pump operation if this
temperature is below 15°C. This device is designed to limit the risks of condensation.

       4-4-2-3. Control of the heat pump's circulator
- In cooling mode, actuated as soon as the mode is selected.
                                     sticking”
- If the circulator is off, an “anti-sticking” function starts the circulator for 5 seconds every 24 hours. See details in
paragraph 6-9. CC1 module operation
               9.               operation.

       4-4-2-4. Cooling mode restriction
- The cooling mode can be restricted by setting parameter 71 to "  "0".
                               ”                                         “OFF”.
- At this time, selecting “COOL” on the control unit will cause shutdown “




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4-4-3. Activation of the heat pump

• In order to guarantee a minimal thermal load, the heat pump can only operate if at least one zone is activated
(circulating pump in operation and valve open).
• Forcing: for maintenance operations only, when the system is "OFF", it is possible to force heat pump control by
setting to parameter 67 to "1".
The heat pump operates in heating mode at the set point given at parameter 43.




4-4-4. Control of zone outgoing lines

• Managed by the zone board.
• Valves operating in mix.
• "3-point" motor (230 VAC) with proportional chrono control:

- Time base = Valve action time (parameter 63)
                               10

- Percentage of the control time = Difference (setpoint / water outlet temperature)
                                             Proportional strip (parameter 38)


This percentage is displayed at parameter 17 for zone 1 and 18 for zone 2,
("+" sign = open, "–" sign = closed)
In the neutral zone (parameter 39), the valve is not controlled.
• The valves are equipped with a limit switch which detect valve closure (contact closed = valve closed).
• Pump shutdown is delayed 1 minute.




4-4-5. Miscellaneous

• Mode changes using the rotary knob (Heating / Cooling / Anti-freeze / Stop) are delayed 10 seconds in order to
filter inappropriate actions. However, the "Time Setting" and "Hourly Programming" positions do not have the time
delay feature.
• The authorization thresholds on the water temperature are cut-off values with a differential of 1K for the
reactivation.




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4-5. Mixed 2-zone application operation

4-5-1. Heating mode

4-5-1-1. Heating operating diagram




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            2.
      4-5-1-2. “Comfort” heating mode
                Selection for the 2 zones is made using the rotary knob on the control unit.




• Water temperature setpoint
                                                                                             outside
     - The circulating pump of each zone is actuated and the control valve activated if the outside temperature is less than
              heating
     the non-heating temperature.
                                                                                    non-heating
     - The heat pump can operate only if the outside temperature is less than the non heating temperature.
     - A water rule is determined for each zone according to the settings that are specific to the zone. A resulting setpoint
     of the water temperature is calculated according to the outside temperature and the ambient temperature of the
     zone.
     The control valve is controlled by the zone board according to this resulting setpoint and the water temperature read
     by the sensor placed on the outlet of the zone considered.
                                                                              relation
     - The heat pump and the supplementary heating are thus controlled (in relation to the installation's return
     temperature) according to the highest resulting setpoint of the 2 circuits.
     For each zone, the water rule is determined by:
                heating
     - the non-heating temperature (parameter 23),
     - the regional minimum temperature (parameter 21),
     - the minimum temperature of the water circuit (parameters 32 for zone 1, 33 for zone 2),
     - the maximum temperature of the water circuit (parameters 30 for zone 1, 31 for zone 2).

For zone 1, Floor:
                                                  according
The control valve is controlled by the zone board according to the resulting setpoint of the zone and the water
temperature read by the sensor placed on the zone 1 outgoing line, Floor.
The resulting setpoint can be corrected by the ambient temperature of zone 1:
                                          temperature
A difference of +/- 1 degree of ambient temperature in relation to the heating setpoint temperature of the zone
(adjustable from 15 to 25°C) causes the resulting setpoint (water temperature) to decrease or increase of 2 degrees,
                                                      +/-
respectively. However, this variation cannot exceed +/ 5 degrees.
The resulting set point is displayed at parameter 04.

For zone 2, Terminal Units:
This zone is supplied by the heat pump (and supplementary heating, if any). Ambient temperature is controlled by
the thermostats of the Terminal Units.
The resulting set point is displayed at parameter 05.

Note:
The set point value sent to the heat pump can be clipped to the maximum value given in parameter 43.


• Control of the heat pump's circulator
                                                                                           heating
     - The heating mode, activated if the outside temperature is less than the non-heating temperature.
                                    “anti-sticking”
     - If the circulator is off, an “anti sticking” function starts the circulator for 5 seconds every 24 hours. See details in
     paragraph 6-9.




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• Supplementary electric heating
- The heating elements are actuated on if the heat pump is not able to maintain the water return temperature at
the calculated value. The supplementary heating by electrical heating elements is staged (2 stages). The second
stage is managed by a 10-minute time delay for is activation.




- Caution:
During normal operation, the supplementary heating is authorized only if the outside temperature falls below the
authorization threshold (parameter 22) corresponding to the installation's equilibrium temperature and the
absence of a load shedding signal. However, if can be authorized for greater temperatures if the heat pump is
experiencing an alarm or if heat pump operation is prohibited by a safety device (and even if a load shedding signal
is present).
Supplementary heating is prohibited if it is experiencing an alarm.

• Heat pump operating safety features in heating mode
- A safety device on the water temperature (installation return) prohibits heat pump operation if this temperature is
below the thermodynamic heating authorization threshold (parameter 36). In this case, only supplementary heating
is authorized to raise the water temperature and allow the heat pump to operate, regardless of the outside
temperature (load shedding is thus inoperative). The activation of this safety feature is indicated by the flashing of
the display.
- Heat pump operation is prohibited if the outside temperature is below the shut-off threshold (parameter 20). Only
supplementary heating is authorized (load shedding is thus inoperative).

• Limitation on ambient temperature
- In heating mode, operation of the heat pump and the electric heater (if any) is prohibited if the ambient
temperature of the zone exceeds the ambient set point temperature by 3.5°C. The operation is authorised once
again if the ambient temperature falls to the ambient set point value.

• Control of the heat pump's circulator
- The heating mode, activated if the outside temperature is less than the non-heating temperature.
- If the circulator is off, an “anti-sticking” function starts the circulator for 5 seconds every 24 hours. See details in
paragraph 6-9. CC1 module operation




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                     3.
               4-5-1-3. “ECO” heating mode
                         Selection for the 2 zones is made using the rotary knob on the control unit.



• It can only be activated in heating mode (inactive in cooling mode).
• Switching from "Comfort" to "ECO" is accomplished either by hourly programming, weekly programming by zone
                                  ECO"
or by actuating the rotary knob for the 2 zones.
                                                               temporary
• In the case of hourly programming, the user can activate a temporary override (1 hour + periods of 1 hour during
the current day) per zone.

For zone 1, Floor:
                    "
- The switch to "ECO" mode lowers the ambient temperature setpoint of the zone by a value than can be adjusted
from 1 to 4K (parameter 24).

For zone 2, Terminal Units:
                   "                 "ECO" contact to close on the Terminal Units' remote controls.
- Switching to "ECO" mode causes the "   "

                      free
Note: the potential-free "ECO" contact can be used with VLV only. Refer to the details in the indoor unit's
installation instructions.




                              freeze”
               4-5-1-4. “Anti-freeze” Heating mode (prolonged absence)
                        Selection for the 2 zones is made using the rotary knob on the control unit.

For zone 1, Floor:
                                                                                           factory-set at 25°C).
- The water temperature resulting setpoint passes to an adjustable value (parameter 29 is factory
Zone 1 cannot be activated (circulation pump and regulation valve) unless ambient temperature in the zone is less
than an adjustable set point (parameter 25 set to 12°C in the factory).
If ambient temperature in the zone 1 rises above this set point, the circulating pump stops (after a 1 minute delay)
and the valve is closed.




For zone 2, Terminal Units:
- The water temperature resulting setpoint of zone 2 is lowered 5°C.
- The "ECO" contact for the remote controls of the Terminal Units closes.

                      free
Note: the potential-free "ECO" contact can be used with VLV only. Refer to the details in the indoor unit's
installation instructions.




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      4-5-2. Cooling mode
                Selection for the 2 zones is made using the rotary knob on the control unit.

            1.
      4-5-2-1. Cooling operating diagram




       4-5-2-2. For zone 1, Floor
- Zone 1 can only be activated (circulating pump and control valve) if the ambient temperature of the zone is
greater than the zone's setpoint. At this moment, the zone valve adjusts the water temperature of the floor
                                                                   factory-set at 20°C).
outgoing line according to an adjustable setpoint (parameter 34 is factory
                                                                           irculating
If the ambient temperature of the zone drops below this threshold, the circulating pump stops (after a 1 minute
delay) and the valve is closed.

       4-5-2-3. For zone 2, Terminal Units
- The circulating pump of zone 2 is engaged as soon as the cooling mode is selected.
- This zone is supplied by the heat pump. Ambient temperature is controlled by the thermostats of the Terminal
Units.


     4-5-2-4. Heat pump safety in cooling mode
Heat pump operation is prohibited if the installation return water temperature is above a threshold (parameter 35).
The activation of this safety feature is indicated by the flashing of the display.

       4-5-2-5. Control of the heat pump's circulator
- In cooling mode, actuated as soon as the mode is selected.
                                     sticking”
- If the circulator is off, an “anti-sticking” function starts the circulator for 5 seconds every 24 hours. See details in
paragraph 6-9. CC1 module operation
               9.               operation.

       4-5-2-6. Cooling mode restriction
- The cooling mode can be restricted by setting parameter 71 to "  "0".
                               ”                                         “OFF”.
- At this time, selecting “COOL” on the control unit will cause shutdown “

4-5-3. Activation of the heat pump

                                                             "OFF", it is possible to force heat pump control by
Forcing: for maintenance operations only, when the system is "    ",
setting to parameter 67 to "1".
The heat pump operates in heating mode at the set point given at parameter 43.




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4-5-4. Control of zone outgoing lines

• Managed by the zone board.
• Valve, zone 1, Floor in mixed operation.
• "3-point" motor (230 VAC) with proportional chrono control:

- Time base = Valve action time (parameter 63)
                               10

- Percentage of the control time = Difference (setpoint / water outlet temperature)
                                             Proportional strip (parameter 38)


This percentage is displayed at parameter 17 for zone 1 and 18 for zone 2,
("+" sign = open, "–" sign = closed)
In the neutral zone (parameter 39), the valve is not controlled.
• The valve is equipped with a limit switch which detect valve closure (contact closed = valve closed).
• Pump shutdown is delayed 1 minute.




4-5-5. Miscellaneous

• Mode changes using the rotary knob (Heating / Cooling / Anti-freeze / Stop) are delayed 10 seconds in order to
filter inappropriate actions. However, the "Time Setting" and "Hourly Programming" positions do not have the time
delay feature.
• The authorization thresholds on the water temperature are cut-off values with a differential of 1K for the
reactivation.




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         4-6-1. Heating mode

         4-6-1-1. Heating operating diagram
               1.




               2.
         4-6-1-2. “Comfort” heating mode
                   Selection is made using the rotary knob on the control unit.



• Water temperature setpoint
                                                                                    non-heating
     - The heat pump can operate only if the outside temperature is less than the non heating temperature.
     - The heat pump is controlled via the heating board according to a resulting setpoint of the water temperature
                           lation
     (control on the installation return) calculated according to an adjustable water rule determined by:
                             heating
                   The non-heating temperature (parameter 23),
                   The regional minimum temperature (parameter 21),
                   The minimum temperature of the water circuit (parameter 32),
                   The maximum temperature of the water circuit (parameter 30).

The calculated resulting set point is displayed at parameter 04.
Note:
The set point value sent to the heat pump can be clipped to the maximum value given in parameter 43.




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• Supplementary electric heating
- The heating elements are actuated on if the heat pump is not able to maintain the water return temperature at
the calculated value. The supplementary heating by electrical heating elements is staged (2 stages). The second
                          minute
stage is managed by a 10-minute time delay for is activation.




- Caution:
During normal operation, the supplementary heating is authorized only if the outside temperature falls below the
authorization threshold (parameter 22) corresponding to the installation's equilibrium temperature and the
absence of a load shedding signal. However, if can be authorized for greater temperatures if the heat pump is
experiencing an alarm or if heat pump operation is prohibited by a safety device (and even if a load shedding signal
is present).
             ry
Supplementary heating is prohibited if it is experiencing an alarm.

• Heat pump operating safety features in heating mode
- A safety device on the water temperature (installation return) prohibits heat pump operation if this temperature is
below the thermodynamic heating authorization threshold (parameter 36). In this case, only supplementary heating
is authorized to raise the water temperature and allow the heat pump to operate, regardless of the outside
                                                           activation
temperature (load shedding is thus inoperative). The activation of this safety feature is indicated by the flashing of
the display.
                                                                                     shut-off
- Heat pump operation is prohibited if the outside temperature is below the shut off threshold (parameter 20). Only
supplementary heating is authorized (load shedding is thus inoperative).
• Control of the heat pump's circulator
                                                                                 non-heating
- The heating mode, activated if the outside temperature is less than the non heating temperature.
                                     sticking”
- If the circulator is off, an “anti-sticking” function starts the circulator for 5 seconds every 24 hours. See details in
paragraph 6-9. CC1 module operation
               9.




                      3.
                4-6-1-3. “ECO” heating mode
                          Selection is made using the rotary knob on the control unit.



                      "
• Switching to "ECO" mode causes the "  "ECO" contact to close on the Terminal Units' remote controls.
                      free
Note: the potential-free "ECO" contact can be used with VLV only. Refer to the details in the indoor unit's
installation instructions.
• It can only be activated in heating mode (inactive in cooling mode).
• Switching from "Comfort" to "ECO is accomplished either by hourly programming, weekly programming by zone
                                  ECO"
or by actuating the rotary knob for the entire installation.
• In the case of hourly programming, the user can activate a temporary override (1 hour + periods of 1 hour during
the current day) per zone.




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                               freeze”
                4-6-1-4. “Anti-freeze” Heating mode (prolonged absence)
                            Selection is made using the rotary knob on the control unit.



• Selection is made using the rotary knob on the control unit for the entire installation.
• The water temperature resulting setpoint is lowered 5 K.




      4-6-2. Cooling mode
              Selection is made using the rotary knob on the control unit.

                4-6-2-1. Heat pump operating safety features in cooling mode

Heat pump operation is prohibited if the installation return water temperature is above a threshold (parameter 35).
The activation of this safety feature is indicated by the flashing of the display.

                4-6-2-2. Control of the heat pump's circulator

- In cooling mode, actuated as soon as the mode is selected.
                                     sticking”
- If the circulator is off, an “anti-sticking” function starts the circulator for 5 seconds every 24 hours. See details in
paragraph 6-9. CC1 module operation
               9.               operation.

                  4-6-2-3. Cooling mode restriction
- In cooling mode, actuated as soon as the mode is selected.
                                     sticking”
- If the circulator is off, an “anti-sticking” function starts the circulator for 5 seconds every 24 hours. See details in
paragraph 6-9. CC1 module operation
               9.               operation.




               nd
      4-6-3. 2 Zone : Electric convectors

                                                                               number
• A 2nd zone equipped with electric convectors can also be managed (Max. number = 20). These appliances must
be equipped with an electronic thermostat (not included) able to receive signals via a 230 VAC pilot wire
(standard GIFAM 4).
                     ivated                micro-switch                                        "ON" position.
• The 2nd zone is activated by setting the micro switch in the back of the control unit to the "
                                 freeze"
- In "Comfort", "ECO" or "Anti-freeze" heating modes, the corresponding signals are transmitted to the 2nd zone.
                                                        down
- In cooling mode and in the Stop position, the shut-down signal is transmitted to the 2nd zone.
                                  programming,                             "
- In heating mode with hourly programming the "Comfort" or "ECO" signals are transmitted to the 2nd zone
according to the corresponding hourly programming.
Note:
In case of load shedding, a shut- -down signal is transmitted to the 2nd zone.
- In heating mode, the display unit indicates for the zone 2 ""HEAT".

      4-6-4. Miscellaneous

• Mode changes using the rotary knob ( (Heating / Cooling / Anti-freeze / Stop) are delayed 10 seconds in order
to filter
                                    "Time Setting" and "Hourly Programming" positions do not have the time
inappropriate actions. However, the "
delay feature.
                                                            cut-off
• The authorization thresholds on the water temperature are cut off values with a differential of 1K for the reset.




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                   e
         4-7. 1-zone low temperature radiators application operation

         4-7-1. Heating mode

               1.
         4-7-1-1. Heating operating diagram




               2.
         4-7-1-2. “Comfort” heating mode
                   Selection is made using the rotary knob on the control unit.



• Water temperature setpoint
                                                                                    non-heating
     - The heat pump can operate only if the outside temperature is less than the non heating temperature.
     - The heat pump is controlled via the heating board according to a resulting setpoint of the water temperature
                                          calculated
     (control on the installation return) calculated according to an adjustable water rule determined by:
                             heating
                   The non-heating temperature (parameter 23),
                   The regional minimum temperature (parameter 21),
                   The minimum temperature of the water circuit (parameter 32),
                   The maximum temperature of the water circuit (    (parameter 30).

The resulting setpoint calculated in this manner can be corrected by the temperature of the zone:
A difference of +/- 1 degree of ambient temperature in relation to the heating setpoint temperature of the zone
                              causes
(adjustable from 15 to 25°C) causes the resulting setpoint (water temperature) to decrease or increase of 2 degrees,
                                                      +/-
respectively. However, this variation cannot exceed +/ 5 degrees.
The calculated resulting set point is displayed at parameter 04.
Note:
The set point value sent to the heat pump can be clipped to the maximum value given in parameter 43.




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• Supplementary electric heating
   he
- The heating elements are actuated on if the heat pump is not able to maintain the water return temperature at
                                  ntary
the calculated value. The supplementary heating by electrical heating elements is staged (2 stages). The second
                          minute                  activation.
stage is managed by a 10-minute time delay for is activation




- Caution:
During normal operation, the supplementary heating is authorized only if the outside temperature falls below the
authorization threshold (parameter 22) corresponding to the installation's equilibrium temperature and the
absence of a load shedding signal. However, if can be authorized for greater temperatures if the heat pump is
                        r
experiencing an alarm or if heat pump operation is prohibited by a safety device (and even if a load shedding signal
is present).
Supplementary heating is prohibited if it is experiencing an alarm.

• Heat pump operating safety features in heating mode
- A safety device on the water temperature (installation return) prohibits heat pump operation if this temperature is
below the thermodynamic heating authorization threshold (parameter 36). In this case, only supplementary heating
                                                       allow
is authorized to raise the water temperature and allow the heat pump to operate, regardless of the outside
temperature (load shedding is thus inoperative). The activation of this safety feature is indicated by the flashing of
the display.
- Heat pump operation is prohibited if the outside temperature is b                      off
                                                                         below the shut-off threshold (parameter 20). Only
supplementary heating is authorized (load shedding is thus inoperative).
• Limitation on ambient temperature
                                                                                                     the
- In heating mode, operation of the heat pump and the electric heater (if any) is prohibited if th ambient
temperature of the zone exceeds the ambient set point temperature by 3.5°C. The operation is authorised once
again if the ambient temperature falls to the ambient set point value.
• Control of the heat pump's circulator
                                                                                 non-heating
- The heating mode, activated if the outside temperature is less than the non heating temperature.
                                     sticking”
- If the circulator is off, an “anti-sticking” function starts the circulator for 5 seconds every 24 hours. See details in
paragraph 6-9. CC1 module operation
               9.




                            O”
                4-7-1-3. “ECO” heating mode
                          Selection is made using the rotary knob on the control unit.



                      "
• The switch to "ECO" mode lowers the ambient temperature setpoint by a value than can be adjusted from 1 to 4K
(parameter 24).
• It can only be activated in heating mode (inactive in cooling mode).
• Switching from "Comfort" to "ECO" is accomplished either by hourly programming, weekly programming by zone
                                  ECO"
or by actuating the rotary knob for the entire installation.
                                                    activate
• In the case of hourly programming, the user can activate a temporary override (1 hour + periods of 1 hour during
the current day) per zone.




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                    freeze”
     4-7-1-4. “Anti-freeze” Heating mode (prolonged absence)
                   Selection is made using the rotary knob on the control unit.



• Selection is made using the rotary knob on the control unit for the entire installation.
                                                                                           factory-set at 25°C).
• The water temperature resulting setpoint passes to an adjustable value (parameter 29 is factory
                                                                                  the
Heating (heat pump + supplementary heating, if any) is actuated depending on the ambient temperature setpoint
adjustable (parameter 25 set to 12°C in the factory).




     4-7-2. Cooling mode
            Selection is made using the rotary knob on the control unit.

This mode cannot be activated in the application.
                        ”
• Selection of the “COOL” position (Summer) on the control box has the same effect as switching off the system.
“OFF” is displayed.


              nd
     4-7-3. 2 Zone : Electric convectors

                                                                               number
• A 2nd zone equipped with electric convectors can also be managed (Max. number = 20). These appliances must
be equipped with an electronic thermostat (not included) able to receive signals via a 230 VAC pilot wire
(standard GIFAM 4).
                                           micro-switch                                        "ON" position.
• The 2nd zone is activated by setting the micro switch in the back of the control unit to the "
                                 freeze"
- In "Comfort", "ECO" or "Anti-freeze" heating modes, the corresponding signals are transmitted to the 2nd zone.
                                                        down
- In cooling mode and in the Stop position, the shut-down signal is transmitted to the 2nd zone.
                                  programming,                             "
- In heating mode with hourly programming the "Comfort" or "ECO" signals are transmitted to the 2nd zone
according to the corresponding hourly programming.
Note:
In case of load shedding, a shut- -down signal is transmitted to the 2nd zone.
- In heating mode, the display unit indicates for the zone 2 "HEAT".

     4-7-4. Miscellaneous

• Mode changes using the rotary knob (  (Heating / Cooling / Anti-freeze / Stop) are delayed 10 seconds in order
                                              "Time Setting" and "Hourly Programming positions do not have the
to filter inappropriate actions. However, the "                   Hourly Programming"
time delay feature.
                                                              cut-off
• The authorization thresholds on the water temperature are cut off values with a differential of 1K for the reset.




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4-8. CC1 module operation

The CC1 communication and control module is mounted inside the indoor unit.
It is connected to the system communication BUS and ensures 2 functions:
        • Exchange of signals with the heat pump required for system operation.
        • Management of the indoor unit's circulator and control of the water flow sensor.

A set of buttons / indicator lights on the front of the module indicates the main functions ensured by the module.
Note: the front panel of the CC1 is accessible via a small door located on the right-hand side of the indoor unit.




4-8-1. Communication function

4-8-1-1. Signals sent by CC1 to the outdoor unit

     • Stop / authorisation.
     • Heating / Cooling operating mode.
     • Temperature operating set points (installation return).

4-8-1-2. Signals sent by CC1 to the indoor system

     Messages below appear on the control unit installed in zone 1.

     • “Gr” alarm:
     Generated in the event of a water flow fault (see paragraph 4-8-2.) or a heat pump fault.
     Heat pump faults are classified in 2 categories:
               - Manual reset faults:
               Stored by the module when they appear. The module's alarm light comes on steady.
               - Automatic reset faults:
               The module's alarm light blinks.
               The fault is stored in the module's memory only if it lasts longer 30 minutes. The alarm light then
               remains steady and the “Gr” alarm is sent to the system.

     The detailed list of faults is provided in the SECTION 5.
     To determine the exact nature of the fault, refer to LED1/LED2 on the outdoor unit's board or connect the
     RCS-TMB80BG keypad/display unit to the indoor unit. (see maintenance manual).

     • “GnGr” alarm:
                 Generated in the event a communication problem occurs between the CC1 module and the indoor
                 unit's electronic board.
     It is treated as an automatic reset fault.

     Note: in the event a communication problem occurs between the system and the CC1 module, the “Cn” alarm
     is not activated.

     • “FL” alarm:
     Generated in the event of a water flow fault (see paragraph 4-8-2.).




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4-8-2. Water circulation management

4-8-2-1 Circulator control

       - In heating mode, actuated if the outside temperature is less than the non-heating temperature.
       - In cooling mode, actuated as soon as the mode is selected.
       - By forcing during maintenance operations (see paragraph 4-8-3.). Forcing is activated or deactivated by
       pressing and holding (5 seconds) the CC1 control button. Forcing is indicated by the blinking of the circulator
       indicator light.
The shutdown of the circulator is delayed for 3 minutes (but immediate in the case forcing is stopped or a flow
fault).

If the pump is stopped, it can be restarted by 3 functions:
       - “Anti-sticking”: automatic operation for 5 seconds every 24 hours.
       - “Anti-freeze”: this function can be activated by setting micro-switch No. 1 to “ON”. The pump is started if
       outside temperature is below 0°C.
       - “Forcing”.


4-9-2-2. Monitoring of water flow

When the circulator is in operation, a lack of water flow longer than 10 seconds will cause the heat pump to stop.
The CC1 module's alarm light blinks. If the lack of water flow continues for more than one minute (or if it happens
more than 3 in the last hour), the water flow fault is stored in memory:
     - the CC1 alarm indicator light then remains on steady,
     - the circulator stops,
     - the “FL” alarm is sent to the system (the micro-switch No. 2 must be set to “ON”).

The alarm is reset by pressing the CC1 button, or turning the system “OFF”, or by disconnecting the power.


4-8-3. Stand-alone operation of the outdoor unit (off-system)

For the maintenance and commissioning operations, the heat pump can be operated in a stand-alone configuration,
off-system, using the RCS-TM80BG keypad/display unit connected to the indoor unit.

The system can be disconnected in two ways:
- Either, with power off, disconnect the CC1 module's system communication line (“BUS”).
- Or, by the control unit, deactivate the module by setting parameter 76 to “0”.


                Note: all changes made to parameter 76 will result in an initialisation of the control and cause all
      parameters to return to their default value.
      When the CC1 module is reactivated, a new parameterisation operation corresponding to the installation
      must perform.

To operate the heat pump, force the circulator (Section 2) before initiation an order via the RCS-TM80BG command.
Consult the maintenance manual of the outdoor unit.




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               4-9. ECS (domestic hot water - DHW) mode

• Only 1 zone Radiator application.
• Function performed by the ECS card installed in the ECS kit box.
Note:
The card's microswitch must be switched to "ON" and parameter 90 set to "1" for the card to operational.

               4-9-1. Basic principle

• A three way ON/OFF valve (spring return) controlled by the ECS card allows the hot water produced by
the generator:
      - Either into the radiator circuit to heat the installation,
      - Or to an exchanger located in the ECS hot water tank during an ECS cycle controlled by the ECS
      card.

               4-9-2. Operation

• If the probe located in the ECS tank detects a temperature lower than a predetermined threshold = 35 °C, a
thermodynamic ECS heating cycle is triggered:
       - ECS valve is activated,
       - forcing the generator in heating mode (it can only be stopped by an instruction from its own regulator),
       - electrical supplementary heating for the generator forbidden (via the BUS),
       - ECS tank electrical heating forbidden.

• The user is alerted to a ECS cycle by the pictogram displayed on the control unit.

• An ECS cycle stops in each of the following circumstances:
      - When the temperature read by the ECS tank probe exceeds an adjustable threshold on parameter 91,
      - When an ECS heating cycle reaches the maximum time adjustable on parameter 93,
      - When the average difference (calculated over 15 minutes) between the water inlet temperature in the
      exchanger and the temperature in the tank is lower than a value which can be adjusted by parameter 92. This
      indicates that the heat exchange is not sufficient,
      - when the system is switched to “OFF”,
      - when the system triggers an alarm (except the “HE” backup default or when the generator is in safe mode
      (based on the water return temperature or the outside temperature).

• The stop sequence for an ECS cycle is the following:
      - the ECS valve is deactivated,
      - the generator and its electrical backup are controlled normally again by the heating system,
      - electric tank heating is authorised again.

• Safety time delay: the minimum time between two cycles is five hours. This time delay is either activated at the
end of a cycle, or by “OFF”. The time delay is not activated if a system alarm is triggered (excluding “VA”).

• Subjection of the secondary circulator (not supplied) of the heating zone and preparation ECS:
      - In Stop mode, the secondary circulator does not work.
      - In Heating mode "Comfort" / "Eco" / "Frost free", the circulator is actuated if the outside temperature is less
      than the non-heating temperature or when a cycle ECS is actuated.
      - In Cooling mode (ECS mode), the secondary circulator is actuated only when an ECS cycle is requested. The
      starting up of the circulator is delayed 20 seconds. This temporization in the starting up allows the 3-way valve
      to be in position ECS before the activation of the cycle to avoid hot water circulation in zone 1 in summer.

• Note:
     In the case of limited used and occasional of the Domestic Hot Water, it is advised to add a time switch on the
     supply electrical heating of the tank. A management of the supply electrical heating of the tank in "low
     electric cost periods" is the best solution.




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               4-9-3. Timer programming

• The ECS cycle triggering mode can be selected using parameter 94:
      - either free mode with no programmed time slots via tank probe temperature detection,
      - or timer mode with the possibility of programming 1 or 2 one-hour time slots during which the tank is
      analysed and a cycle can be triggered. Parameters 95 and 96 correspond to the start time for each time slot.




               4-10. Telephone control

• For the applications:
      - 1 zone, floor
      - 2 zones, floor
      - 2 zones, mixed
      - 1 zone, Radiators (with or without Domestis Hot Water)

                                        Does not operate for the Terminal Units application.




• A DELTA-DORE TYPHONE 500 type telephone control box can be connected to the communication bus (available
from DELTA-DORE distributors).
Consult the manual supplied with the telephone control.

• By calling the telephone line on which the TYPHONE is recorded, the user can:
      - know the ambient temperature of zone 1,
      - know the setpoint temperature of the current mode of zone 1,
      - send an override setpoint.

• In case of setpoint modification, zone 1 and possible zone 2 operates in “COMFORT” mode (with the new setpoint
for the floor zones).
This override is indicated by an index on the LCD.
Any action on the rotary knob deactivates the override and extinguishes the indicator.

• Parameters possibilities:
      - Access code change (parameter 62),
      - Interface language change - French / English (parameter 61).




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                     5. SERVICE PROCEDURES


5-1. Meaning of Alarm Messages .....................................................................................................X
       5-1-1. Water System: Alarm Messages…….…………………….…………..……………………………..... ...x
       5-1-2. Inverter regulation: Alarm Messages…….. ………………………………………………………….. ...x

5-2. Replacing Hydro Kit PCB (A2)………………………………………..............................................X
       5-2-1. Replacing PCB………………………………………………………………………………………………x
       5-2-2. How to replace PCB………………………………………………………………………………………...x
       5-2-3. How to replace EEPROM…………………………………………………………………………………..x

5-3. Symptoms and Parts to Inspect..................................................................................................X
       5-3-1.Troubleshooting Water System……….…………………….…………..………………………….….. …x
       5-3-2. Troubleshooting Inverter regulation….…….. ………………………………………………………... …x

5-4. Details of Alarm Messages ........................................................................................................X

5-5. Maintenance instructions……………………...…………………………………….…………………X


5-6. Table of Thermistor Characteristics …………………………..……………………….……………..X
       5-6-1. Thermistor Characteristics of the Water system………………………………………………………..x
       5-6-2. Thermistor Characteristics of the Inverter Regulation…………………………………………………..x




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5-1. Meaning of Alarm Messages



5-1-1. Water System: Alarm Messages

The alarms are indicated by a message flashing alternately on the control box.




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The following alarms can only appear if the ECS function is activated.




(*) See the type of fault on the generator.
(**) Overheat security with manual reset on the body of the heater. Refer to the MCE installation manual.
(***) The sum of alarms Cn1 + Cn2 causes the generator and supplementary heating to shut down.



        Manual reset: by system shut-down after clearing the source of the fault.
        Automatic reset: the alarm disappears when the source of the fault is corrected.
         Note: The alarms are displayed even if the system is shutdown.
        If several alarms occur simultaneously, the various codes are displayed alternately.




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              5-1-2. Inverter regulation: Alarm Messages


              The alarms are indicated by a message on the optional controller when it is connecting for
              maintenance or during a test run operation.
                                         ALARM                                              CODE      ACTION        NTR
Poor reception of the signal on the remote controller.                                       E01           stop   automatic
Poor transmission of the signal on the remote controller.                                    E02           stop   automatic
Poor reception of the indoor unit from the remote controller(central process control).       E03           stop   automatic
Poor reception of the indoor unit from the outdoor unit.                                     E04           stop   automatic
Poor transmission of the indoor unit to the outdoor unit.                                    E05           stop   automatic
Poor reception of the outdoor unit from the indoor unit.                                     E06           stop   automatic
Poor transmission of the outdoor unit to the indoor unit.                                    E07           stop   automatic
Alarm for auto address setting.(Number of indoor units is too small.)                        E15           stop    manual
Alarm for auto address setting.(Number of indoor units is too large.)                        E16           stop    manual
Indoor unit nothing (during Automatic adress setting )                                       E20           stop    manual
Communication in the unit is abnormal                                                        E31           stop   automatic
Abnormal sensor for the inlet temp. on the heat exchanger of the indoor unit. (E1)           F01           stop   automatic
Abnormal sensor for the outlet temp. on the heat exchanger of the indoor unit. (E2)          F02           stop   automatic
Abnormal sensor for the outlet temperature of the compressor. (TD)                           F04           stop   automatic
Abnormal sensor for the inlet temp. on the heat exchanger of the outdoor unit. (C1)          F06           stop   automatic
Abnormal sensor for the outlet temp. on the heat exchanger of the outdoor unit (C2)          F07           stop   automatic
Abnormal sensor for outdoor temperature. (TO)                                                F08           stop   automatic
Abnormal sensor for suction temperature of indoor unit. (TA)                                 F10           stop   automatic
Abnormal sensor for compressor suction temperature. (TS)                                     F12           stop   automatic
Abnormal non-volatile memory (EEPROM) in indoor unit.                                        F29           stop    manual
Abnormal non-volatile memory (EEPROM) in outdoor unit.                                       F31           stop    manual
Incorrect current value for compressor(over current)                                         H01           stop    manual
Mismatch of indoor and outdoor units.                                                        L02           stop    manual
No Setting of indoor unit address.                                                           L08           stop    manual
No Setting of indoor unit capacity.                                                          L09           stop    manual
No Setting of outdoor unit capacity.                                                         L10           stop    manual
Poor setting of indoor unit’s type.                                                          L13           stop    manual
Abnormal indoor fan motor.                                                                   P01           stop    manual
High discharge temperature of compressor.                                                    P03           stop    manual
High pressure switch is activated.                                                           P04           stop    manual
Reversed phase of the power source.                                                          P05           stop    manual
Poor connection of ceiling panel connector for indoor unit.                                  P09           stop    manual
Actuation of indoor unit float switch.                                                       P10           stop    manual
Complete running out of gas                                                                  P15           stop    manual
Abnormally four way valve.                                                                   P19           stop    manual
Abnormally high refrigerant gas pressure.                                                    P20           stop    manual
Outdoor fan abnormality                                                                      P22           stop    manual
Incorrect current value for compressor(over current)                                         P26           stop    manual
Incorrect current value for compressor(over current)                                         P29           stop    manual




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5-2. Replacing Hydro Kit PCB (A2)
      5-2-1. Replacing PCB
      5-2-2. How to replace PCB
      5-2-3. How to replace EEPROM


5-3. Symptoms and Parts to Inspect
      5-3-1.Troubleshooting Water System
      5-3-2. Troubleshooting Inverter regulation
5-4. Details of Alarm Messages
5-5. Maintenance instructions


5-6. Table of Thermistor Characteristics

5-6-1. Thermistor Characteristics of the Water system

All the water sensors used for the System Water have the same characteristics:

                                                          C
                            Sensors: Type CNT 10 kΩ at 25 °




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5-6-2. Thermistor Characteristics of the Inverter Regulation




(1) Outdoor Air Temp. (TO) Sensor,
   Intake Temp. (TS) Sensor,
   Heat Exchanger Temp. (C1) Sensor,
   Heat Exchanger Temp. (C2) Sensor




(2) Discharge Temp. (TD) Sensor




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6. WATER SYSTEM CONTROL BOX
          FUNCTIONS
 6-1. Control unit operation…................................................................................................... x

 6-2.Temperature display………............................................................................................... x

 6-3. Cooling mode…………….................................................................................................. x

 6-4.Heating Mode………………............................................................................................... x
    6-4-1. Comfort mode……………………………………………………………………………………………………………..…… x
    6-4-2. Economy mode…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. x
    6-4-3. Long-term absence mode (away) - Frost protection………………………………………………………….. x
    6-4-4. Hourly programming mode……………………………………………………………………………………………….. x
    6-4-5. Set point override by telephone control TYPHONE 500…………………………………………………….. x

 6-5. Domestic Hot Water preparation (DHWP)........................................................................ x

 6-6. Programming………......................................................................................................... x

 6-7. Stop.................................................................................................................................. x

 6-8. Monitoring operations: Display of the water system…………………..………….…………. x

 6-9. Water system parameters................................................................................................. x
    6-9-1. Parameters: 1 Zone UNDERFLOOR ……………………………..………………………….………..…..….………..x
    6-9-2. Parameters: 2 zones UNDERFLOOR………………………………………………………..………..……………….x
    6-9-3. Parameters: 1 Terminal Units………..……………………………………………………….………...…..………….x
    6-9-4. Parameters: 1 Zone Radiators Low Temperature…………………………………..……………..………......x
    6-9-5. Parameters: Mixed 2 Zones UNDERFLOOR + (Terminal Units or Radiators Low Temp.)..…...x
    6-9-6. Parameters: 1 Zone Radiators Low Temperature + Domestic Hot Water……..…………...……….x
    6-9-7. Reload factory setting: Initialisation according to the type of installation............................. x




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                 6-1. Control unit operation




                 6-2.Temperature display




Two cases are possible in the case of an installation with 2 zones:
       • zone 2 = floor: the unit displays the temperatures for each zone,
       • zone 2 = terminal units: the unit displays either HEAT in heating mode or COOL in cooling mode.
       The configuration is determined when commissioned.




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6-3. Cooling mode




6-4.Heating Mode

6-4-1. Comfort mode




6-4-2. Economy mode




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        6-4-3. Long-term absence mode (away) - Frost protection




        6-4-4. Hourly programming mode




        6-4-5. Set point override by telephone control TYPHONE 500

The telephone control TYPHONE is an accessory (not included) available with the distribution networks
professional of electrical equipment and regulation.

Only in heating mode (do not operate in cooling mode).
The user can:
         - know the ambient temperature of zone 1,
         - know the current set point temperature of zone 1,
         - send a common override set point for zone 1 and 2.




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During override, zone 1 and 2 operate in Comfort mode with the new temperature set point.
This override is indicated by an index on the display.
Any action on the rotary knob deactivates the override.

Note:
This function is possible only after entering the password (given by the installer) by means of the phone keyboard.




        6-5. Domestic Hot Water preparation (DHWP)
        If installed - Activated according to the type of installation

• Available on installations 1 zone heating only (No cooling).
• Function activated during installation. Actuates the heat pump, in a cyclic way, for an adapted DHW preparation tank pre-
heating.
• A running DHW cycle can be stopped by setting the system to “OFF” (Then start it again in the selected function).

Out of the heating season: The end user must activate this DHW function by selecting the cool mode
(=“Summer”). At that time, message “DHW” is appearing on the display.


        6-6. Programming




        6-7. Stop




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6-8. Monitoring operations: Display of the water system.




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6-9. Water system parameters: Technical password 1958

            6-9-1. Parameters: 1 Zone UNDERFLOOR




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6-9-2. Parameters: 2 zones UNDERFLOOR




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(Continuation): 6-9-2. Parameters: 2 zones UNDERFLOOR




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6-9-3. Parameters: 1 Terminal Units




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(Continuation): 6-9-3. Parameters: 1 Terminal Units




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6-9-4. Parameters: 1 Zone Radiators Low Temperature




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(Continuation): 6-9-4. Parameters: 1 Zone Radiators Low Temperature




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6-9-5. Parameters: Mixed 2 Zones UNDERFLOOR + (Terminal Units or Radiators Low Temp.)




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->..(Continuation): 6-9-5. Parameters: Mixed 2 Zones UNDERFLOOR + (Terminal Units or Radiators Low Temp.)

For the application with radiators Low Temperature, always use with parameter 71 = 0 (heating only)




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6-9-6. Parameters: 1 Zone Radiators Low Temperature + Domestic Hot Water


See general parameters 1 Zone Radiators Low Temperature in 6-9-4.

Specific parameters for Domestic Hot Water:
If the ECS card is activated by parameter 90, you are advised to switch off power to the whole system and then switch
back on again to ensure regulation is reinitialised.




6-9-7. Reload factory setting: Initialisation according to the type of installation



This enables all parameters to be reset and reload according to the type of installation and the factory setting (see
list).

- Procedure:

         -> Set the rotary knob on the control unit to the "Stop" position.
         -> Go to parameter 60. Press the "Z/OK" button; the "init" message is displayed.
         -> Press and hold the "Z/OK" button for 5 seconds to launch the default configuration. The "init" message
         flashes.
         -> Returns to parameter 60 when initialisation is completed

Note:
If this parameter is set in other than the "Stop" position, the word "STOP" flashes and the configuration cannot be
launched.




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7. INVERTER GESTION OPTIONAL
     CONTROLLER FUNCTIONS

                                       Warning

This section explains how to access and modifying the setting parameters of the inverter
regulation. It is only reserved to technicians who are fluent in those manipulations.
The technician must be sure of his capability: A wrong manipulation may damage
definitively the material.




  7-1. Access to the settings parameters of the Hydro kit...........................................................x
  7-2. List of Settings parameters ………………………………………………………………...…x
  7-3. Monitoring Operations: Display of hydro kit and Outdoor unit Sensors……………….......x
  7-4. List of display sensors………………………………………………………………………….x
  7-5. Monitoring Alarm History: Display of Outdoor Unit Alarm History……..............................x




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7-1. Access to the settings parameters of the Hydro Kit

This procedure allows the optional remote control to consult or change the settings function of the EEPROM
board A2 (Hydro kit).

- Procedure:


(1) Press and hold the         ,       and        buttons simultaneously for 4 seconds or longer.

(2) “        ,” unit No. “       ”, item code “     ,” and settings data “               ” are displayed blinking on
the remote controller LCD display (Fig. here enclosed).


(3) If it is not, press the            button and select the address           (unit No.) of the Hydro Kit.


(4) Press the temperature setting                              buttons to select the item code to consult or change.

(5) Press the timer time           buttons to select the desired setting data.
For item codes and setting data, refer to the following page (7-2. List of Settings parameter).


(6) Press the         button. (The display stops blinking and remains lit, and setting is completed.)


(7) Press the button          to return to normal remote controller display.




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                      parameters
7-2. List of Settings parameter




                          NOTES:
                          NOTES
                          *1.The renewal of data carry out only the data of the capacity code.
                          *2.Please never push the setting button except for Item code "11".




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7-3. Monitoring Operations: Display of hydro kit and Outdoor unit Sensors


This procedure allows the optional remote control to consult the sensors of the inverter gestion : Temperature,
current value, frequency.

- Procedure:


(1) Press and hold the    button and        button simultaneously for 4 seconds or longer to switch to
temperature monitor mode.
During temperature monitoring, “Service Monitor” is lit.


(2) Unit No. “       ” is display, if it is not, press the          button and select the address     (unit No.)
of the Hydro Kit.


(3) Use the temperature setting                          buttons to select the item code of the temperature to
monitor.
The selected item code and the sensor data are displayed.


(4) To end monitoring, press the          button. The display returns to the normal display.

* The display does not blink.




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        7-4. List of display sensors




                         Meaning of Code                     Item code   Remarks
                   Water temperature for control                 00      not used
                    Remote control temperature                   01      not used
                 Water temperature for control (TA)              02
                     Liquid line temperature (E1)                03
 Indoor           Heat exchanger temperature (E2)                04
unit data         Heat exchanger temperature (E3)                05      not used
                      discharge air temperature                  06      not used
                                   -                             07      not used
                                   -                             08      not used
                                   -                             09      not used
                     Discharge temperature (TD)                  0A
                                   -                             0B      not used
                                   -                             0C      not used
                      Suction temperature (TS)                  0D
                  Heat exchanger temperature (C1)                0E
                  Heat exchanger temperature (C2)                0F
                                   -                             10      not used
                        Outdoor temperature                      11
Outdoor
                                   -                             12      not used
unit data
                                   -                             13      not used
                         Compressor current                      14
                            Valve position                       15
                                   -                             16      not used
                                   -                             17      not used
                                   -                             18      not used
                  Compressor operating frequency                 19
                                                              > = 1A     not used
* Depending on the model, some items may not be displayed.




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7-5. Monitoring Alarm History: Display of Outdoor Unit Alarm History


Using this procedure allows displays the four last Outdoor Unit alarm history.

- Procedure:


(1) Press and hold the      button and              button simultaneously for 4 seconds or longer to change to
outdoor unit alarm history mode.


(2) Unit No. “       ” is display, if it is not, press the            button and select the address            (unit No.)
of the Outdoor Unit.


(3) Use the temperature setting                             buttons to select the item code for the alarm history.
The display shows the address of the Outdoor Unit, the item code, and the alarm history (alarm data).
The item code is displayed as “CODE No.” 01 to 04, 01 indicates the most recent alarm and 04 the latest.
The alarm history is indicated by the alarm code. (If there have been no alarm codes, “        ” is displayed.)
Consult section 5. for the meaning of alarm code.


(4) To clear the alarm history, press the          button. (The outdoor unit alarm history will be cleared.)


(5) To end, press the         button.




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           8. CERTIFICATIONS

8-1. Capacity certification : NF PAC (NF 414 – 201)……………………………………………………………………. 145




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      Reference: TD&SM_SAN_1012189-00
      Version:   00
      Date:      11_2009



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