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W465H, W475H/N/S, W485N/S, W4105H/N/S,
W4130H/N/S, W4180H/N/S, W4240H,
W4250N/S, W4300H, W4330N/S
W475N/S, W485N/S, W4105N/S, W4130N/S
W4180N/S
W4250N/S
W4330N/S
Installation manual
Washer extractors
Type W3...
Compass Control
From machine No.
00521/402183-
00650/107384-
00725/105494-
00795/102510-
438 9037-21/EN
2010.01.26

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  • Page 1 Installation manual Washer extractors W465H, W475H/N/S, W485N/S, W4105H/N/S, W4130H/N/S, W4180H/N/S, W4240H, W4250N/S, W4300H, W4330N/S Type W3... Compass Control From machine No. W475N/S, W485N/S, W4105N/S, W4130N/S 00521/402183- W4180N/S 00650/107384- W4250N/S 00725/105494- W4330N/S 00795/102510- 438 9037-21/EN 2010.01.26...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents Safety precautions ..................5 Technical data ....................7 Installation, H-model ................13 Transportation and unpacking, W465H, W475H, W4105H ....13 Transportation and unpacking, W4130H-W4300H ......14 Siting and floor ..................15 Mechanical installation ................16 Installation, S- and N-model ..............17 Siting ....................17 Floor ....................17 Casting a plinth ...................18 Installation on an excisting floor or foundation ........20...
  • Page 5: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions Safety Precautions The machine is only intended for water-wash use. Do not allow minors to use the machine. Do not hose down the machine with water. The machine's door lock must under no circumstances be bypassed. If the machine develops a fault, this must be reported to the person in charge as soon as possible.
  • Page 7: Technical Data

    Technical data Technical data W465H W475H W4105H W4130H W4180H W4240H W4300H Innerdrum volume litres diameter Drum speed wash extraction 1100 1100 1025 Heating electricity 5.4/7.5 5.4/7.5 7.5/10 steam hot water G-factor Weight, net Sound pressure level dB (A) Connections W465H...
  • Page 8 Technical data Technical data W475N/S W485N/S W4105N/S W4130N/S W4180N/S W4250N/S W4330N/S Innerdrum volume litres diameter Drum speed wash extraction 587/830 587/830 548/776 548/776 525/742 497/702 474/671 2.0/3.0/ 2.0/3.0/5.6 3.0/6.5/ 3.0/ 4.8/9.3 Heating electricity 5.4/5.6/7.5 5.4/7.5 7.5/10 7.5/10 steam hot water G-factor 100/200 100/200...
  • Page 9 Hard water Steam connection Drain Liquid detergent supply Control panel Soap box Door opening, W465H, W475H: ø 310, W4105H: ø 365, W4130H: ø 395, W4180H, W4240H, W4300H: ø 435 W465H 720 690 1115 355 1030 220 1010 135 100 240 –...
  • Page 10 Technical data Electrical connection Cold water Hot water Steam connection Drain Liquid detergent supply Control panel Soap box Water reuse Door opening, W475N/S, W485N/S: ø310, W4105N/S, W4130N/S: ø365, W4180N/S: ø395, W4250N/S, W4330N/S: ø435 W475N/S 690 1115 355 45 1030 215 1010 130 W485N/S 730 1115 355 45 1030 215 1010 130...
  • Page 11 Technical data W465H W475H W4105H W4130H W4180H W4240H W4300H Frequency of the dynamic force 18.3 18.3 17.1 16.3 15.5 14.8 13.7 Max floor load at extraction 1.8 ± 0.5 1.9 ± 0.5 2.5 ± 0.5 3.1 ± 0.5 4.2 ± 1.0 5.2 ±...
  • Page 13: Installation H-Model

    Installation Installation H-model Transportation and unpacking, W465H, W475H, W4105H The machine is delivered complete with expan- sion bolts etc. packed inside the machine in the drum. The machine is delivered bolted onto the trans- port pallet and packed in a crate or box.
  • Page 14: Transportation And Unpacking, W4130H-W4300H

    Installation Transportation and unpacking, W4130H, W4180H, W4240H, W4300H The machine is delivered complete with expan- sion bolts etc. packed inside the machine in the drum. The machine is delivered bolted onto the transport pallet and packed in a crate or box. • Remove packing from the machine.
  • Page 15: Siting And Floor

    Installation Siting and floor Install the machine close to a floor drain or open drain. In order to make installation and servicing the ma chine easier the following clearances are recommended: • At least 500 mm between the machine and the wall behind • and min. 50 mm on both sides of the machine whether installed next to the wall or other machines.
  • Page 16: Mechanical Installation

    Installation Mechanical installation • Mark and drill 2 holes (ø 8 mm) about 40 mm deep (W465-W4105) and ø 10 mm and 50 mm deep (W4130-W4240) in the positions shown. W465H W475H W4105H W4130H W4180H W4240H W4300H Front 5358 = position of feet = drilling points for expander bolts • The machine shall be lifted in the bottom...
  • Page 17: Installation S- And N-Model

    Installation Installation S- and N-model Leave the machine on the tran s port pallet until it can be placed in the final, pre pared position. Siting Install the machine close to a floor drain or open drain. In order to make installation and servicing the machine easier the following clearances are recommended: • At least 500 mm between the machine and...
  • Page 18: Casting A Plinth

    Installation Casting a plinth A plinth should be used where the existing floor is less than 100 mm thick or in order to ensure that the machine is above the level of any water leakages. The plinth should be approximately 150 - 200 mm in height.
  • Page 19 Installation Models S and W4330N In these models, two expander bolts must also be fitted to the front sec- tion of the machine. • Drill two holes (1) ø10 mm and 40 mm deep. • After the machine has been placed over the other four bolts, place the two spacer washers over the two holes. They shall be placed between the machine and foundation. • Mount the expenderbolts in the drilled holes and fasten the machine.
  • Page 20: Installation On An Excisting Floor Or Foundation

    Installation Installation on an excisting floor or foundation Instead of braking up the excisting floor or foun- dation, chemical bolts M16 can be used. Mounting instruction • Drill ø 18 mm (11/16") to a depth of 125 mm (5"). Do not make the hole too deep. 5917 • Clean the drilled holes. • Put down the chemical ampule in the hole. • Rotate the bolt into the hole, so that the glass ampule is broken and its contents mixed.
  • Page 21: Installation On Vinyl Floor Coverings

    Installation Installation on vinyl floor coverings If chemical anchors are to be used, drill holes for the mounting points. Cut the flooring material around the washers (washers and sealant are supplied in installation kit). Apply sealant to the hole cut in the vinyl floor covering.
  • Page 22: Installation, Ships, Oil-Rigs, Etc

    Installation Installation, ships, oil-rigs, etc Leave the machine on the tran s port pallet until it can be placed in the final, pre pared position. Siting Install the machine close to a deck drain or open drain. Floor In this type of machine, the drum is attached di rectly to the frame. As a result the deck under the machine must be stable enough to absorb the dy namic forces generated during spin cycles.
  • Page 23: Welding A Foundation

    Installation Welding a foundation A welded foundation shall be made where concrete foundation can not be made. In order to make installation and servicing the machine easier the following clearances are recommended: • There must be a gap of at least 1000 mm between the machine and the wall behind, and at least 50 mm between machines or walls.
  • Page 24: Installing The Machine

    Installation Installing the machine To install the machine: • Remove the transport packaging • Remove the front panel. • Remove the machine from the transport pallet and locate it on the bolts. When the machine is lifted off the pallet: Make sure that the machine does not come down on the floor with either of the rear corners first.
  • Page 25: Water Connections

    Installation Water connections All intake connections to the machine are to be fitted with manual shut-off valves and filters, to facilitate installation and servicing. Water pipes and hoses should be flushed clean before installation. After installation hoses should hang in gentle arcs. All connectors present on the machine must be connected up.
  • Page 26 Installation Water type Water connection cold cold cold and cold W465H, cold and W475H/N/S, cold cold*/ W485N/S 5336 * For detergent container W465H, W475H/N/S, W485N/S, W4105H/N/S W4130H/N/S 5328 W4180H/N/S, W4240H, W4250N/S, W4300H W4330N/S 5339...
  • Page 27: Drain Connection

    Installation Drain connection Connect a 75 mm (3") (alt. 50 mm, 2" and only W465-W4105) pipe or rubber hose to the machine’s drain pipe, ensuring a downward flow from the machine. Avoid sharp bends which may prevent proper draining. The drainage pipe should be located over a floor drain, drainage channel or the like so that the distance between the outlet and the drain is at least 25 mm (1").
  • Page 28: Steam Connection

    Installation Steam connection Inlet pipes connected to the machine must be equipped with a manual shut-off valve to facili- tate installation and servicing. The connection hose must be of type ISO/1307- 1983 or equivalent. Connection size at filter: DN 15 (BSP 1/2"). Steam pressure required: 6600 • minimum: 50 kPa (0.5 kp/cm...
  • Page 29: Connection Of External Liquid Supplies

    Installation Connection of external liquid supplies 1 = N 2 = L 4 = Ground The external dosing equipment power supply must never be connected to the machine’s incoming terminal block. Machines fitted with connectors 1 = N • Connect the pump equipment to connections 2 = Program run A and B on the washing machine.
  • Page 30 Installation Outputs • Connect external power supply (e.g. 24V DC) for pumps to 9 and 10. If an internal power supply (from the washing machine) is being used, it can be taken from 1 (N) and connec- ted to 9 and from 2 (L) and connected to 10. Max load on the outputs 0.5 A.
  • Page 31 Installation • Connection 8 may be connected if the washing program is to pause, e.g. while washing detergent is being dosed. The figure shows an example of engaging a 24V pause signal. The washing program will pause for as long as the pause signal remains activated (high). Dosing system Common 0V Pause signal 24V DC 6266 Detergent tank Empty 230V 6265 • Connection 7. If this is connected, an error ø...
  • Page 32: Functions For I/O-Cards

    Installation Functions for I/O -cards The electrical schematic can have one of the following: 22A, 22B, 22C, 22D, 22E, 22F or 22G. Type of I/O card Address Function I/O:s P out Inp opt V in Out 5NO Out CO External Coin meter 230V External Coin meter +24V...
  • Page 33 Installation Type of I/O card Address Function I/O:s P out Inp opt V in Out 5NO Out CO Central payment Start 230 Program run 1 Central payment Supply 0 Common 24V Program run 1 Start 24 Supply 24 Central payment Start permitted 6316 • To start the machine from a central payment system, the payment system...
  • Page 34 Installation Type of I/O card Address Function I/O:s P out Inp opt V in Out 5NO Out CO Central payment Coges Machine free 1 Start permitted Central payment EBS, Camping Start permitted 6313 • The central payment or booking system shall transmit an active (high) signal to the washing machine once permission has been granted to start the machine. The signal must remain active (high) until the machine starts.
  • Page 35 Installation Type of I/O card Address Function I/O:s P out Inp opt V in Out 5NO Out CO "Time of day discount" "Time of day discount" 100-240VAC "Time of day discount" 24V AC/DC 6314 • The figure shows standard function addressing for machines with the 3L41 program package. • By maintaining an activated (high) signal on connection 5 ("Price red"), the price of the wash program can be reduced.
  • Page 36 Installation Type of I/O card Address Function I/O:s Inp opt P out V in Out 5NO Out CO 6315 • Heating pause: By connecting a signal to connection 6, you can pause opera- tion of the machine whilst it heats up. The machine will pause for as long as the pause signal remains active (high).
  • Page 37 Installation Type of I/O card Address Function I/O:s Con 110 Con 107 Central booking / payment EBS / PCB / Camping Start permitted 230V Central booking / payment Start permitted EBS / PCB / Camping +24V Central payment Status machine Start permitted Plexa Compact 6944...
  • Page 38 Installation Type of I/O card Address Function I/O:s 6637 • Gas heating unit must be connected to connections 17, 18 and 19.
  • Page 39: Machines With Type 3 I/O

    Installation Machines with type 3 I/O P-BUS P-BUS DRAIN COLD 6636 • By maintaining an activated (high) signal on connection 3 (”Price red”), the price of the wash program can be reduced. This function has a number of uses, including providing reductions during a specific period of the day.
  • Page 40: Electrical Installation

    Installation Electrical installation Electrical installation must be carried out by an authorized personnel! 1NAC Machines with frequency-controlled motors can be incompatible with certain types of earth leakage circuit breaker. It is important to know that the machines are designed to provide a high level of personal safety, which is why items of external equipment such as earth leakage circuit breakers 5332...
  • Page 41 Installation Three-phase connection: Connect the earth, neutral and phase wires as shown in example ”3AC” and ”3N AC” in the figure. When the installation is completed, check: • that the drum is empty. • that the machine operates by turning on the mains switch, starting the machine and using RAPID ADVANCE to reach the spin cycle (see operations manual). 5333 6525 3N AC...
  • Page 42 Installation W465H Heating Voltage Total Fuse alternative alternative No heating 200 V 3 AC or Steam heating 208­240 V 1 AC El heating 200 V 3 AC 5.6 220­240 V 1 AC 2.2 220­240 V 1 AC 3.2 230/240 V 1 AC 4.4 220­240 V 1 AC 7.3 220­240 V 3 AC 3.2 220­240 V 3 AC 7.3 240 V 1 AC 5.4 230/240 V 3 AC 4.4 230/240 V 3 AC 5.8 380­415 V 3/3N AC 3.2 400/415 V 3/3N AC 4.4...
  • Page 43 Installation W475H Heating Voltage Total Fuse alternative alternative No heating 100­120 V 1 AC 1.1 or Steam 200 V 3 AC 1.1 heating 208­240 V 1 AC 1.1 200 V 3 AC 5.6 El heating 220­240 V 1 AC 2.3 220­240 V 1 AC 3.2 230/240 V 1 AC 4.4 240 V 1 AC 5.4 220­240 V 1 AC 5.4 220­240 V 1 AC 7.4 220­240 V 3 AC 3.2 230/240 V 3 AC 4.4 220­240 V 3 AC 5.4 220­230 V 3 AC 7.0...
  • Page 44 Installation W4105H Heating Voltage Total Fuse alternative alternative No heating 200 V 3 AC 1.3 or Steam 208­240 V 1 AC 1.3 heating El heating 200 V 3 AC 5.6 220­240 V 3 AC 3.2 240 V 1 AC 220­240 V 1 AC 7.4 220­240 V 1 AC 9.7 220­240 V 3 AC 3.2 220­240 V 3 AC 7.4 208­240 V 3 AC 9.2 220­240 V 3 AC 9.7 380­415 V 3/3N AC 3.2 380­415 V 3/3N AC 7.4 380­415 V 3/3N AC 9.7 440/480 V 3 AC...
  • Page 45 Installation W4130H Heating Voltage Total Fuse alternative alternative No heating 200 V 3 AC 1.3 or Steam heating 208­240 V 1 AC 1.6 El heating 200 V 3 AC 9.5 220­240 V 1 AC 12.5 208­240 V 3 AC 11.8 220­240 V 3 AC 12.5 380­415 V 3N/3 AC 12.5 415 V 3N AC 12.5 440/480 V 3 AC 13.5 380­415/220­240 V 3N/3 12.5 20/35...
  • Page 46 Installation W4180H Heating Voltage Total Fuse alternative alternative No heating 200 V 3 AC 2.3 or Steam 208­240 V 1 AC 2.3 heating El heating 240 V 1 AC 12.9 200 V 3 AC 13.4 220­240 V 3 AC 11.1 220­240 V 3 AC 17.5 380­415 V 3N/3 AC 17.5 440/480 V 3 AC 18.9 380­415/220­240 V 3N/3 AC 17.5 35/50 380­415/220­240 V 3N/3 AC 11.1 35/50 415/240 V 3N/3/1 18.9/12.9 35/63 W4240H Heating Voltage...
  • Page 47 Installation W4300H Heating Voltage Total Fuse alternative alternative No heating 200 V 3 AC 2.1 or Steam 208­240 V 1 AC 2.1 heating El heating 240 V 1 AC 14.3 200 V 3 AC 15.6 220­230 V 3 AC 19.4 220­230 V 3 AC 13.3 240 V 3 AC 14.3 240 V 3 AC 20.9 380­400 V 3N AC 13.3 380­400 V 3/3N AC 19.4 415 V 3N AC 14.3 415 V 3N AC 20.9 440 V 3 AC 22.2 480 V 3 AC 380­400/220­230 V 3N/3 AC 19.4...
  • Page 48: How To Convert Heating Elements From 3Ac To 1Ac

    Installation How to convert heating elements from 3AC to 1 AC with reduced effect (400-415V 3AC to 230-240V 1AC) on W465H, W475H and W4105H. • Take off isolator cover plate and front panel to expose heating elements. • Remove the cables A. 400­415V 3AC 5835 230­240V 1AC 6655 • Take off wire (B) from terminal L2 on isolator Q1 and reconnect it to terminal N (neutral) instead. • The heating elements have coloured insulators on the tips, ine is red, the other is white.
  • Page 49 Installation W475S/N, W485S/N Heating Voltage Total Fuse alternative alternative 200 V 3 AC 0.6 No heating 208­240 V 1 AC 0.6 or Steam heating 220­240 V 1 AC 3.4 El heating 230/240 V 1 AC 4.4 220­240 V 1 AC 5.4 220­240 V 1 AC 7.3 200 V 3 AC 5.6 220-240 3 AC 230/240 V 3 AC 4.4 220­240 V 3 AC 5.4 220­230 V 3 AC 7.3 220­240 V 3 AC 7.3 380­415 V 3/3N AC 3.2...
  • Page 50 Installation W4105S/N Heating Voltage Total Fuse alternative alternative No heating 200 V 3 AC 0.8 208­240 V 1 AC 0.8 or Steam heating 220­240 V 1 AC 3.2 El heating 220­240 V 1 AC 7.4 220­240 V 1 AC 9.6 200 V 3 AC 5.7 200 V 3 AC 7.4 208­240 V 3 AC 9.2 220­240 V 3 AC 3.2 220­240 V 3 AC 7.4 220­240 V 3 AC 9.6 380­415 V 3/3N AC 3.2 380­415 V 3/3N AC 7.4 380­415 V 3/3N AC 9.6...
  • Page 51 Installation W4130S/N Heating Voltage Total Fuse alternative alternative No heating 200 V 3 AC 0.7 or Steam 208­240 V 1 AC 0.8 heating El heating 220­240 V 1 AC 3.2 220­240 V 1 AC 7.4 220­240 V 1 AC 9.6 230/240 V 1 AC 5.4 208­240 V 1 AC 9.2 200 V 3 AC 5.8 200 V 3 AC 7.5 208­240 V 3 AC 9.3 220­240 V 3 AC 3.3 220­240 V 3 AC 7.5 220­240 V 3 AC 9.7 230/240 V 3 AC 5.4...
  • Page 52 Installation W4180S/N Heating Voltage Total Fuse alternative alternative 200 V 3 AC 0.9 No heating 208­240 V 1 AC 0.9 or Steam heating 220­240 V 1 AC 12.7 El heating 200 V 3 AC 220­240 V 3 AC 12.7 380­415 V 3/3N AC 12.7 440/480 V 3 AC 13.8 380­415/220­240 V 3/3N AC 12.7 25/50 W4250S/N Heating Voltage Total Fuse alternative alternative No heating 208­240 V 1 AC 1.2 or Steam...
  • Page 53 Installation W4330S/N Heating Voltage Total Fuse alternative alternative 208­240 V 1 AC 1.5 No heating 200 V 3 AC 1.5 or Steam heating 240 V 1 AC 14.7 El heating 200 V 3 AC 15.8 220­230 V 3 AC 13.5 220­230 V 3 AC 19.7 240 V 3 AC 14.6 240 V 3 AC 21.2 380­400 V 3N AC 13.6 380­400 V 3/3N AC 19.7 415 V 3N AC 14.5 415 V 3/3N AC 21.2 440 V 3 AC 22.4 480 V 3 AC 24.2...
  • Page 55: Function Checks

    Function checks Function checks Compass Control Perform the following checks once the machine is installed: • Open the manual water valves. • Turn on the power to the machine. • Put detergent into compartment 2 (Main wash). • Select a 60° program with the control knob 60° (1). • Press the knob. 6217, 6179, 6182 Check: • that the drum rotates normally and that there are no unusual noises. • that there are no leaks in water supply/drain connections.
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