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Installation, operating
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BALTIC™
20 - 85 kW
BALTIC-IOM-0412-E
Rooftop units air cooled

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  • Page 1 Installation, operating and maintenance BALTIC™ Rooftop units air cooled 20 - 85 kW BALTIC-IOM-0412-E...
  • Page 3 All the technical and technological information contained in this manual, including any drawing and technical descriptions provided by us, remain the property of Lennox and must not be utilised (except in operation of this product), reproduced, issued to or made available to third parties without the prior written agreement of Lennox.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS BALTIC™ INSTALLATION MANUAL Ref : BALTIC_Installation-IOM-0412-E INSTALLATION MANUAL Safety codes & regulations TRANSPORT & HANDLING Mandatory handling devices LIFTING THE UNITS Machine dimensions and weights Minimum clearance around the unit installation Fork lifting the unit Removing the forklift protection located under the machine Lifting the unit with a crane Lifting the roof curbs DELIVERY CHECKS...
  • Page 6 Item (kW - Eurovent conditions) (kW - Eurovent conditions) (KW) GAS HeatPump COOLING ONLY BAC 024 SNM 3M 23,4 BAC 030 SNM 3M 29,2 BAC 038 SNM 3M 37,1 BAC 042 SNM 3M 39,4 BAC 045 DNM 3M 43,9 BAC 052 DNM 3M...
  • Page 7: Installation Manual

    All the technical and technological information contained in this manual, including any drawing and technical descriptions provided by us, remain the property of LENNOX and must not be utilised (except in operation of this product),reproduced, issued to or made available to third parties without the prior written agreement of LENNOX. The technical information and specifi cations contained in this manual are for reference only.
  • Page 8 • In order to maintain CE marking compliance, replacement of components shall be carried out using spare parts, or using parts approved by LENNOX. • Only the coolant shown on the manufacturer’s nameplate shall be used, to the exclusion of all other products (mix of coolants, hydrocarbons, etc.).
  • Page 9: Transport & Handling

    TRANSPORT & HANDLING Mandatory handling devices MANDATORY HANDLING DEVICES Handling slings to guide the unit toward the roof curb Vacuum lifting beam to position the unit COMPLIANT NON-COMPLIANT • 5 • BALTIC-IOM-0412-E / Installation manual...
  • Page 10: Lifting The Units

    LIFTING THE UNITS Machine dimensions and weights Width with Transport Transport Transport Machine Length Width Height hood lenght Width Height Cbox 2283+/-15 2250+/-15 1240+/-15 2683+/-20 2310 2309 1240 Dbox 2783+/-15 2250+/-15 1240+/-15 2683+/-20 2810 2309 1240 Ebox 3663+/-15 2250+/-15 1240+/-15 2683+/-20 3690 2309...
  • Page 11: Minimum Clearance Around The Unit Installation

    LIFTING THE UNITS Minimum clearance around the unit installation Figure below show the required clearances and service access around the unit. IMPORTANT note for unit clearances • Ensure the fresh air inlet does not face prevailing wind direction. • If machine is including gas burner, minimum clearance around the unit must be at least 8 m to allow a proper gas fl ue dilution. If not possible, the fresh air intake must be ducted at least 8 m away from the gas burner exhaust.
  • Page 12: Removing The Forklift Protection Located Under The Machine

    LIFTING THE UNITS Removing the forklift protection located under the machine Before installation, remove the forklift protection which is located under machine desk. IMPORTANT note about forklift protection removal Take care not to hurt anybody when removing the forklift rails . Locate the machine on a safe area while removing the forklift rails from the machine.
  • Page 13: Lifting The Unit With A Crane

    LIFTING THE UNITS Lifting the unit with a crane Lifting lug dimensions Use lifting shackles located on each angle of the unit. Maximum diameter of the ring shaft = 20 mm. Lifting belts length The unit must be lifted using spacing beams to avoid the belts damages to the casing. Spacing beams must have a length equal to the machine width –...
  • Page 14: Lifting The Roof Curbs

    LIFTING THE UNITS Lifting the roof curbs Ducting connection details The supply and return air ducts can be secured to the 30 mm fl anges at the bottom of the roofcurb Any ducting weight above 100 kg must be fi xed independently to other building frames. Minimum distance: 30.000 mm •...
  • Page 15 LIFTING THE UNITS Non adjustable roofcurb Adjustable roofcurb Exhaust roofcurb Multidirectionnal roofcurb WARNING : all multidirectionnal fl owcurb and horizontal extraction fl ow curb must be secured to the ground using existing fi xing holes on the frame. • 11 • BALTIC-IOM-0412-E / Installation manual...
  • Page 16: Delivery Checks

    If the product is damaged, exact details must be confi rmed in writing by registered post to the shipping company within 48 hours of delivery (working days). A copy of the letter must be addressed to LENNOX and the supplier or distributor for information purposes.
  • Page 17: Condensate Drains

    DELIVERY CHECKS Condensate drains The condensate drains are not assembled when delivered and are stored in the electrical panel with their clamping collars. To assemble them, insert them on the condensate tray outlets and use a screwdriver to tighten the collars. Preliminary checks Before installing the equipment, the following points MUST be checked: •...
  • Page 18: Installation On A Roof Mounting Frame

    INSTALLATION ON A ROOF MOUNTING FRAME Roof opening dimensions The roof opening dimensions & maximum slope are defi ned according mechanical drawings. Sealing checks IMPORTANT note: Prior to put the machine on the curbs make sure polyethylene foam is fi tted on the curb upper fl...
  • Page 19: Positioning The Rooftop On Adjustable Roofcurbs

    INSTALLATION ON A ROOF MOUNTING FRAME Positioning the rooftop on adjustable roofcurbs IMPORTANT note: Prior to put the machine, make sure to put a polyethylene foam on the curb upper fl ange side (must be delivered in the curb package). •...
  • Page 20: Non Adjustable Non Assembled Roofcurb Installation

    NON ADJUSTABLE NON ASSEMBLED ROOFCURB INSTALLATION Frame parts packing Different parts are used in the assembly of this roof mounting frame. There are delivered stacked on a pallet. Water foam - 5680255T • 16 • BALTIC-IOM-0412-E / Installation manual...
  • Page 21: Installation

    NON ADJUSTABLE NON ASSEMBLIED ROOFCURB INSTALLATION Installation The roof mounting frame provides support when the units are installed in down-fl ow confi gurations. The non adjustable, non assembled roof mounting frame can be installed directly on decks having adequate structural strength or on roof supports under deck.
  • Page 22: Sealing Checks

    NON ADJUSTABLE NON ASSEMBLIED ROOFCURB INSTALLATION Sealing checks IMPORTANT NOTE: After assembling the kit curb and prior to put the machine on it, make sure to put a poly- ethylene foam on the curb upper fl ange side (must be delivered in the curb package). CURBING AND FLASHING Outside of frame must be insulated with rigid type insulation.
  • Page 23: Heat Recovery General Description

    HEAT RECOVERY - GENERAL DESCRIPTION Heat recovery modules have following interests: • in winter season and heating mode, the heat in the extract air is exchanged with the fresh air ; • conversely, in summer season and cooling mode, the heat of the fresh air is transferred to the extract air. HRMV and HRMH are two plates heat exchanger modules, that differ from each other by their horizontal or vertical confi...
  • Page 24: Plate Heat Recovery Configurations

    PLATE HEAT RECOVERY CONFIGURATIONS ERVF + HRMV VRHS Fresh air VRVS Return EBHO + HRMH Return Return Fresh air HRHS HRVS • 20 • BALTIC-IOM-0412-E / Installation manual...
  • Page 25: Plate Heat Recovery Installation

    PLATE HEAT RECOVERY INSTALLATION - ERVF + HRMV 1. Install the fl owcurb according to previous section. 2. Before installing the rooftop: a. Fix the brackets (5 pieces) on the curb by 24 screws (6x16 mm); 5 mm b. ADJUST the position of the attachment bracket so that it is 5 mm above the support surface (without the foam);...
  • Page 26 PLATE HEAT RECOVERY INSTALLATION - EBHO + HRMH 1. Make sure that the support surface enables to install the rooftop and the heat recovery module perfectly horizontal. 2. a. Fix the lower mounting bar of the heat recovery module using 4 screws (6x16 mm) and remove the side doors;...
  • Page 27: Thermodynamic Heat Recovery Configurations

    THERMODYNAMIC HEAT RECOVERY CONFIGURATIONS ERVF + TRMO Fresh air VRHS Return VRVS EBHO + TRMO Return Return HRHS Fresh air HRVS • 23 • BALTIC-IOM-0412-E / Installation manual...
  • Page 28: Thermodynamic Heat Recovery - Service Manual

    THERMODYNAMIC HEAT RECOVERY - SERVICE MANUAL 1. REFRIGERATION CIRCUIT Frigorifi c components access: Compressor is located in the fi x condenser part. Its access for electrical checking and pressure taps (HP and LP) is made through the screwed access door behind the hinged coil.
  • Page 29 THERMODYNAMIC HEAT RECOVERY - SERVICE MANUAL 3. SERVICE DIAGNOSTIC Refrigeration Fault Possible causes and symptoms Solution Alarm 317: main frigorifi c issue Lack of charge, obstructed components Freezing: wait that coil is defrosted by Low LP and LP cut out exhaust air;...
  • Page 30: Thermodynamic Heat Recovery - Control Manual

    THERMODYNAMIC HEAT RECOVERY - CONTROL MANUAL 1. CONFIGURATION Confi guration of CLIMATIC™ 60 with the DS60 in expert mode for TRMO (with a modulating exhaust fan): 3813 RECOV. = Comp. for TRMO 3815 EXHAUST = Modulate for both ERVF & EBHO 3816 KIT 3817 Motor to be checked function of your need...
  • Page 31 TABLE OF CONTENTS BALTIC™ SERVICE MANUAL Ref : BALTIC_Service-IOM-0412-E INSTALLATION MANUAL Safety codes & regulations COMMISSIONING RECORD SHEET REFRIGERANT TRANSACTIONS LOGBOOK: EUROPEAN REGULATION N° 842/2006 PRESSURE EQUIPEMENT DIRECTIVE INFORMATIONS COMMISSIONING Before turning on the power Wire connection tightness checks CLIMATIC™ confi guration Powering the unit EDRIVE™...
  • Page 32: Safety Codes & Regulations

    All the technical and technological information contained in this manual, including any drawing and technical descriptions provided by us, remain the property of LENNOX and must not be utilised (except in operation of this product),reproduced, issued to or made available to third parties without the prior written agreement of LENNOX. The technical information and specifi cations contained in this manual are for reference only.
  • Page 33 • In order to maintain CE marking compliance, replacement of components shall be carried out using spare parts, or using parts approved by LENNOX. • Only the coolant shown on the manufacturer’s nameplate shall be used, to the exclusion of all other products (mix of coolants, hydrocarbons, etc.).
  • Page 34: Commissioning Record Sheet

    COMMISSIONING RECORD SHEET Controller Site details Site Model Unit Ref Serial No Installer Refrigerant (1) ROOF INSTALLATION Suffi cient Access OK Condensate drain fi tted Roofcurb Not OK (2) CONNECTIONS CHECK Phase check Voltage between Phases (3) CLIMATIC™ CONFIGURATION CHECK CLIMATIC™...
  • Page 35 COMMISSIONING RECORD SHEET (8) REFRIGERATION SECTION Outdoor fan motor current Check rotation Motor 1 A L2: A L3: A Yes Compressor voltage Motor 2 A L2: A L3: A Yes Motor 3 A L2: A L3: A Yes Comp1: Motor 4 A L2: A L3: A Yes...
  • Page 36: Refrigerant Transactions Logbook: European Regulation N° 842/2006

    REFRIGERANT TRANSACTIONS LOGBOOK: EUROPEAN REGULATION N° 842/2006 General information Site name: Serial Number: Site address: Site operator: Cooling load : Refrigerant type: Refrigerant quantity (kg) Unit manufacturer Year of installation Refrigerant additions Date Engineer Quantity (kg) Reason for addition Refrigerant removal Date Engineer Quantity (kg)
  • Page 37 REFRIGERANT TRANSACTIONS LOGBOOK: EUROPEAN REGULATION N° 842/2006 Leak tests (part 2) Date Engineer Test Result Follow up Action Required Follow up actions Date Engineer Related to test dated Action taken Testing of automatic leak detection system (if fi tted) Date Engineer Test result Comments...
  • Page 38 REFRIGERANT TRANSACTIONS LOGBOOK: EUROPEAN REGULATION N° 842/2006 Refrigerant load according to model size Cooling only units Heat pump units Number of Refrigerant Model Load (kg) Load kg circuit (BAC BAG) (BAH BAM) R410A 10,5 10,5 10,5 10,5 10,5 10,5 10,5 10,5 Comments: •...
  • Page 39: Pressure Equipement Directive Informations

    PRESSURE EQUIPEMENT DIRECTIVE INFORMATIONS CE marking compliance These units are CE marked according to Pressure Equipement Directive. Section Phase PS (bars gauge) Suction Vapor 29,5 Discharge Vapor 42 bar R410A Liquid Liquid / Vapor 42 bar R410A Name plate example Periodical visit according european pressure equipment directive According to Pressure Equipments Directive, periodical controls on site are expected on equipments equal or above category II.
  • Page 40: Commissioning

    COMMISSIONING WARNING: commissioning must only be carried out by trained refrigeration engineers whom qualifi cation certifi cates are compliant with the local regulation Before turning on the power WARNING: ensure that the power supply includes 3 phases with no neutral Ensure that the power supply between the building and the unit meets local authority standards and that the cable specifi...
  • Page 41: Edrive™ Ventilation

    eDrive™ VENTILATION eDrive™ assembly instructions & specifi cation The fl exible elastomeric tire is removable without removing the plates The material is natural rubber Temperature range from -42°C to + 82°C Easy to assemble • 37 • BALTIC-IOM-0412-E / Service manual...
  • Page 42 eDrive™ VENTILATION eDrive™ mounting eDrive™ assembly is designed to have no adjustment to be made inside the machine In case of vertical misalignment one could use metallic washer located under the motor to adjust height Max angular misalignment 4° Max radial misalignment 3mm Max axial range 8 mm Vibration absorbtion eDrive™...
  • Page 43 eDrive™ VENTILATION eDrive™ is protecting the fan & motor against over-speed & over-amps eDrive™ is designed to keep motor and fan in its available operating range thanks to the kit confi guration selected in CLIMATIC™ 60 control. The CLIMATIC™ control is limiting rpm & absorbed power. The table below shows the operating ranges per box and kit size. eDrive™...
  • Page 44 eDrive™ VENTILATION eDrive™ fan inverter confi guration eDrive™ Inverter confi guration is prepared in the factory to communicate with CAREL & to be confi gured specifi cally for the customer machine. eDrive™ Fan inverter parameters are confi gured via the CLIMATIC™ 60 unit confi guration (See CLIMATIC™ Section). This confi...
  • Page 45: Fresh Air Hood

    FRESH AIR HOOD Installing The fresh air hood has to be opened and secured during commissioning. The 3 parts of the fresh air hood have to be assembled thanks to self taping screws delivered in the spare part box Check the proper position of the black seal on the top of the hood cover. Wind direction The prevailing wind has to be taken into account while choosing the machine position on the building roof.
  • Page 46: Filters

    FILTERS Filter replacement After opening the fi lter access panel, lift the fi lter retaining log. The fi lters can then be removed and replaced easily by sliding the dirty fi lters out and clean ones in. The CLIMATIC™ 60 controller can monitor the pressure drop across the fi lter The following set points can be adjusted depeding on the installation.
  • Page 47: Refrigeration Circuit

    REFRIGERATION CIRCUIT Electronic expansion valve 2 electronic valves types are fi tted on BALTIC™: E2V & E3V Cbox Dbox Ebox Model designation Reference E2V30 E2V30 E2V30 E3V45 E2V30 E2V30 E2V30 E2V30 E2V30 E3V45 EEV adjustments EEV allows the control of superheat in bifl ow operation (see CLIMATIC™ 60 sections). E2V welding instructions Electronic expansion valves are sensitive to dust –...
  • Page 48: Heating Options

    HEATING OPTIONS Hot water coils The hot water coil is fi tted with a three way proportional valve . Two spanners must be used to tighten the connections. One spanner must maintain the valve body when connecting the pipe- work to the main. Failure to do so may damage the pipes joints and invalidates the warranty. Filling up and starting the system •...
  • Page 49: Electric Heater

    HEATING OPTIONS Electric heater WARNING: electric heater is connected heater to mains power – risk of electrical shock – switch off the unit prior to open this section The BALTIC™ electric heaters are stand alone options which are fi tted in the heating section of the unit. As for the hot water coil or the gas burner this option slides into the heating compartment located under the supply fan.
  • Page 50: Electrical Preheater

    HEATING OPTIONS Electrical preheater WARNING: electric pre-heater is connected heater to mainS power – risk of electrical Shock – switch off the unit prior to open this section Pre-heater is running only with high fresh air rate under low outdoor ambient temperature (see setpoint in CLIMATIC™ section). A metallic fi...
  • Page 51: Gas Burners

    GAS BURNERS Preliminary checks before start-up Note: Any work on the gas system must be carried out by qualifi ed personnel. This unit must be installed in accordance with local safety codes and regulations and can only be used in planed installation conditions for outdoor.
  • Page 52: Standard Start-Up Chronology

    GAS BURNERS Standard start-up chronology Time in seconds Control operation sequence Extraction fan Smoke extraction fan "ON" 30 to 45 seconds pre-ventilation Fire-up spark electrode 4s Opening of the gas valve "high heat" Flame propagation towards the ionisation probe If ionisation within 5sec:normal running Otherwise fault on gas ignition control block...
  • Page 53 GAS BURNERS Pressure adjustments on Honeywell pressure regulating valve type vk 4105 g Pressure regulator adjustment with 300mbar gas supply: High heat injection pressure checks • place the tube of the “accurate” manometer to the out port on the gas injector support bar after having loosened the screw by one turn.
  • Page 54 GAS BURNERS Low heat injection pressure checks Valve electrical control • switch the control to low heat • check and adjust if necessary the outlet pressure to 3,5 mbar (G20) or 5 mbar for groningue(G25) & 14 mbar for propane (G31) 2,90 kΩ...
  • Page 55: Burner Safety Checks

    GAS BURNERS Burner safety checks Ionisation probe test • with the gas burner running, disconnect the terminal plug coming from the ionisation probe to the gas ignition control box. Smoke extractor pressure switch test • with the gas burner running, disconnect the fl exible tube fi tted to the pressure taping on the pressure switch.
  • Page 56 GAS BURNERS Gas burner fi re-up sequence Operation from control Thermostat GAS =Closed Supply thermostat limit? (Auto Reset) Gas low pressure switch? Gas ignition control block signal Extraction fan ON AIR pressure switch ON backfi re thermostat ON? Gas control valve closes Pre-ventilation 30 seconds BURNER STOPS Fire-up eectrode 4s...
  • Page 57 GAS BURNERS Gas burner troubleshouting If faults reported on CLIMATIC™ • reset the CLIMATIC™. • check voltage: 230v after circuit breaker. • check gas isolation shut-off valves are open. • check gas pressure at the inlet of the gas valves. It must be >20 mbar when the burners shut down. •...
  • Page 58 GAS BURNERS Disassembling the gas burner for maintenance Disassembling the fl ue • electrically disconnect the fan and remove the screws holding purposes it in place. • take care not to loose any cage nuts in the smoke box. Preliminary safety recommendations Attention: check the correct position of the pressure tube used by •...
  • Page 59: Gas Module

    GAS BURNERS Gas module Circuit breaker Transformer 400/230V Minimum gas pressure switch and inlet pressure plug Gas valve and solenoid Gas ignition control block and BG50 connection board Ignition electrode Ionisation probe Gas inshot burner Gas injectors support bar Backfi re thermostat Air pressure switch Outlet pressure plug Smoke exhaust chimney...
  • Page 60: Modulating Gas Burners

    MODULATING GAS BURNERS Modulating gas (under patent inpi mai 2004) The actuator Bearing surface Minimum opening of the actuator of the actuator’s screw The actuator receives an information 0-10v from the regulation for the positioning of the air shutter; then the actuator transmits its position to the printed-board which will order the valve.
  • Page 61 MODULATING GAS BURNERS Pressure adjustments on honeywell pressure regulating valve type vk 4105 g Pressure regulator adjustment with 300 mbar gas supply: High heat injection pressure checks • place the tube of the “accurate” manometer to the out port on the gas injector support bar after having loosened the screw by one turn.
  • Page 62 MODULATING GAS BURNERS Low heat injection pressure checks Pressure adjustments table for each type of gas (mbar) • switch the control to low heat • check and adjust if necessary the outlet pressure to 1,5 mbar minimum (G20) (or 2.25 mbar for G25) Low heat •...
  • Page 63: Burner Safety Checks

    MODULATING GAS BURNERS Burner safety checks Idem non-modulating gas burner Gas burner troubleshouting Idem non-modulating gas burner. If the valve’s fl ow is not correct, check the operation of the actuator and of the mechanical assembly. → Replace the actuator if necessary Disassembling of gas burner for maintenance purposes Idem non-modulating gas burner Modulating gas...
  • Page 64: Recovery Water Coil

    RECOVERY WATER COIL Heat recovery water coil is delivered with a loose 3 ways valve inside carton to be assembled on site by installer. The freeze protection is made via fresh damper safeties nevertheless for a full freezing protection has to be done using glycoled water •...
  • Page 65: Service Diagnostic

    SERVICE DIAGNOSTIC Refrigeration Fault Possible cause and symptoms Solution Measure the superheat and sub-cooling: Good if 5°c<sc<10°c and 5°c<sh<10°c Refrigerant charge too low Bad if sc>10°c and sh too low Check superheat adjustment and charge unit (a leak check must be carried out) In heat pump mode the temperature difference between t outdoor and tevap.
  • Page 66: Indoor Fan Blower

    SERVICE DIAGNOSTIC Refrigeration (cont'd) Fault Possible cause and symptoms Solution If the circuit pressure is higher (<1 bar) than the saturated pressure corresponding to the measured outdoor temperature, there is possibility that some contaminants are present in the Moisture or contaminants in the system system.
  • Page 67: Water Leaks

    SERVICE DIAGNOSTIC Electric heater Fault Possible cause and symptoms Solution Measure and estimate the airfl ow and pressure and compare Low airfl ow rate with the specifi cation from customer. High temperature trip out on electric heater Check that the klixon, is positioned in the airfl ow, relocate klixon if necessary Incorrect position of the klixon Check that there is no heat transfer from the klixon support.
  • Page 68: Spare Part List

    SPARE PART LIST Refrigeration components R410A Designation Familly Code ABA054WAA Comp 4220463P Compressor ARA073WAA Comp 4220464R ARA081WAA Comp 4220465T ID Cbox size 24-30 Coil 4310501Y ID Cbox size 38-42 Coil 4310488F INDOOR coil ID Dbox Coil 4310490J ID Ebox Coil 4310491K OD CDbox 2 rows size 24-30 -45-52 Coil...
  • Page 69 SPARE PART LIST Casing Designation Familly Code Fresh air hood grille 4921101P C box Fresh air hood grille Economiser Sheet metal 4921102R D box Fresh air hood grille 4921103T E box Rockwool 5840166H Insulation Insulation isolene foam M1 5840071R Door sealing gasket Gaskets 15 x 15 5680259Y...
  • Page 70 SPARE PART LIST Ventilation & Filtration components Designation Familly Code Filtration Filters 500x530x50 G3 4960128J Filter G4 metal frame 500x530x50 4960129K Filter G4 rechargeable 500x530x50 4960134R Filter F7 500x530x100 4960130L Actuator NM 24SR + connection Damper 4781286T AT15-11S 4910018R ADHE 355 4910090X Indoor fan Supply fan...
  • Page 71: Warranty

    5. Nevertheless the LENNOX coating is highly resistant to corrosion, the warranty will not be applied for rooftop installed at less than 1000 m away from the sea Note: With the exception of the casing, the rest of the machine is covered by the warranty of our general terms of sale.
  • Page 72: Maintenance Plan

    • It is recommended to keep a minimum stock of common replacement parts in order to be able to carry out regular maintenance operations (i.e. fi lters). You can contact your local LENNOX representative which can assist you in establishing a parts list for each type of equipment.
  • Page 73 MAINTENANCE PLAN Yearly Estimated Task Operating mode Monthly Quarterly 6 monthly before time winter (min) Replace fi lters with new ones if disposable. Vacuum clean or blow the dirt. Wash and dry carefully. Replace media Clean or replace if necessary fi...
  • Page 74 MAINTENANCE PLAN Yearly Estimated Task Operating mode Monthly Quarterly 6 monthly before time winter (min) Increase room set-point 10°C above the Check three way actual room temperature. Check operation valve on HWC of the piston. It must move away from the valve head.
  • Page 75 MAINTENANCE PLAN Yearly Estimated Task Operating mode Monthly Quarterly 6 monthly before time winter (min) Isolate the unit; Pull the electric heater Check electric heater out of the heater module box and check 1h if element for excessive the resistances of traces of corrosion; replacement corrosion Replace resistance as required;...
  • Page 76 • 72 • BALTIC-IOM-0412-E / Service manual...
  • Page 77 TABLE OF CONTENTS BALTIC™ CONTROL MANUAL Ref : BALTIC_Control-IOM-0412-E DISPLAY DC60 INSTALLATION CONNECTION IMPORTANT WARNING ONE 'DC60' FOR ONE, AND ONLY ONE, ROOFTOP TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT RELATIVE HUMIDITY MEASUREMENT CONFIGURATION INITIALIZATION PRESENTATION q On/Off unit Setting time Information available DC60 set in light mode DC60 set in full mode Setting value LEVEL 2 ACTIVATION...
  • Page 78: Display Dc60

    DISPLAY DC60 The display DC60 is personalized for the user. It allows an overview of operation of the unit and allows access to certain parameters. The 'DC60 is designed to be remote connected of the rooftop. The 'DC60 is equipped with a temperature sensor. The temperature sensor allows the acquisition of room temperature to control.
  • Page 79: Important Warning

    The power of the DC60 can be 24Vac (+10…-15%) 50/60Hz or 24Vdc (22…35Vdc), maximum current of 2VA. LENNOX recommends a 24Vac supply (provided by rooftop) for installation of the display less within 30 meters of rooftop. For connection of the display of over 30 meters, a power supply, close to the display, 24Vac must be provided by the installer.
  • Page 80: One 'Dc60' For One, And Only One, Rooftop

    TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT All LENNOX rooftop comes with a temperature sensor; it must be placed in the conditioned area. But if the DC60 is placed in the area conditioned by the rooftop, that display is connected, it is possible, in this case, to use the temperature measurement of the DC60.
  • Page 81: Configuration

    DISPLAY DC60 CONFIGURATION To communicate with the CLIMATIC™ 60 this basic parameters of internal DC60 must to be settled. Setup menu To do this, when the 'DC60 is powered; Simultaneously press the keys and q.  After some seconds, the text     appears and the value '000' fl ashes. Turn the knob to change the value to select the number 022.
  • Page 82: Initialization

    DISPLAY DC60 INITIALIZATION If the connection between the CLIMATIC™ 60 and the 'DC60 is not correct (Offl ine) screen displays only the symbol . In this case, check: : • the connection between CLIMATIC™ 60 and DC60 • the setting of the DC60 •...
  • Page 83: On/Off Unit

    DISPLAY DC60 PRESENTATION Buttons Ventilation Control Not used Not used Standby Clock Viewing or setting the time Knob Select or set of values q On/Off unit By supporting a few seconds the button , you can activate or not (On/Off) the rooftop connected. If the symbol ...
  • Page 84: Information Available

    DISPLAY DC60 Information available By rotating the knob , you can view or modify the following values: DC60 set in light mode    : Volatile temperature set point current mode (°C) Indoor (Room) temperature (°C) Volatile Temperature set point ...
  • Page 85: Setting Value

    DISPLAY DC60 Volatile temperature set point    This item allows you to view and/or modify the control temperature required for the rooftop selected. If this point is changed, this value is used until the scheduling changes mode (A, B, C, D, BMS). At each change of the mode, the CLIMATIC™...
  • Page 86: Level 2 Activation

    DISPLAY DC60 LEVEL 2 ACTIVATION (2 buttons on the right simultaneously) Simultaneously press the keys and q. After some seconds the text     appears and the value '000' fl ashes. Turn the knob to change the value to select the number 066. Then validate the code by pressing the knob. If the code is wrong access the setup menu is not possible and the DC60 returns to the previous display.
  • Page 87: Display Dm60

    • for a length of 0 to 500 m: LiYCY-P (0.34 mm ²), two pairs shielded general. The cable length should not exceed 500 m. For a better protection of electromagnetic disturbances LENNOX recommends the icable LiYCY-P installation. • 83 •...
  • Page 88: Connection On The Dt50 Splitter

    Display's ferrites protection To avoid appearance of RF interference that may cause destruction of components in the displays, you need to equip the cable of a ferrite, during its installation (provided by LENNOX). • 84 • BALTIC-IOM-0412-E / Control manual...
  • Page 89: Dm60 And Communication Master/Slaves

    • For a length of 0 to 500 m: LiYCY-P (0.34 mm ²), a pair overall shield. cable length should not exceed 500 m. For better protection of electromagnetic disturbances Lennox recommends the installation of cable LiYCY-P. WARNING : The BM60 24Vac cards should not be connected to the 'earth'.
  • Page 90: Configuration

    DISPLAY DM60 CONFIGURATION Brightness / Contrast The display is equipped with a contrast, but it can be adjusted manually. For manual adjustment of contrast, simultaneously press the 'alarm' and 'prg' keys and press 'arrow' or 'down arrow' buttons to increase or decrease the contrast. Confi...
  • Page 91 DISPLAY DM60 Main Top left : Control in heating mode or control in cooling mode • Small, numerical value: volatile set point temperature: View and/or modify the offset, or set point, of the desired temperature control for the selected rooftop. Pressing the 'arrow' button increases the set point value. Pressing the 'down arrow' button decreases the set point value.
  • Page 92 DISPLAY DM60 Rooftop off If the rooftop is Off, this screen is activated. • pressing the 'alarm' button directs you to the alarm list display. • pressing the 'prg' button directs you to the rooftop setup menus display. • pressing the 'esc' button takes you to the selected rooftop choice display. Rooftop operation •...
  • Page 93 DISPLAY DM60 Heating mode set point visualization Cooling mode set point visualization Fresh air damper opening percentage visualization Engaged compressor percentage visualization Engaged heaters percentage visualization • pressing the 'alarm' button directs you to the alarm list display. • pressing the 'esc' button takes you to the main display. •...
  • Page 94 DISPLAY DM60 Setup menus Access to the setup menus is protected by a password. The password must be entered digit by digit. If the password is correct, the lock opens, and the selection of the function choice is active. • Pressing the 'alarm' button directs you to alarm list display. •...
  • Page 95 DISPLAY DM60 Setting; Reset Alarms View/edit, alarm and safety reset • Pressing the 'alarm' button directs you to alarm list display. • Pressing the 'esc' button directs you to the rooftop menu setup display. • Pressing the 'up arrow' button reverses the state. •...
  • Page 96 DISPLAY DM60 Setting; Clock of CLIMATIC™ View/edit, hour, minute, day of month, month and year of the CLIMATIC™ clock. • Pressing the 'alarm' button directs you to the alarm list display. • Pressing the 'esc' button directs you to the rooftop setup menus display. •...
  • Page 97 TABLE OF CONTENTS BALTIC™ CERTIFICATES Ref : BALTIC_Certifi cates-IOM-0412-E CE CONFORMITY DECLARATION EUROVENT CERTIGAZ Certifi cates are given for information only. To get the uptodate certifi cates, please contact your local LENNOX reprensentative. • 93 • BALTIC-IOM-0412-E / Certifi cates...
  • Page 98 CE CONFORMITY DECLARATION • 94 • BALTIC-IOM-0412-E / Certifi cates...
  • Page 99 CE CONFORMITY DECLARATION • 95 • BALTIC-IOM-0412-E / Certifi cates...
  • Page 100 LGL France S.A. Located at Z.I. Les Meurieres - BP 71, 69780 Mions Cedex, France Trade name LENNOX EUROPE LENNOX have been assessed according the requirements of following standard OM-13-2011 The list of certified products is displayed at : http://www.eurovent-certification.com...
  • Page 101 CERTIGAZ • 97 • BALTIC-IOM-0412-E / Certifi cates...
  • Page 102  +351 229 066 050  +33 4 72 23 20 00 Due to Lennox’s ongoing commitment to quality, the specifi cations, ratings and dimensions are subject to change without notice and without incurring liability. Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can cause property damage or personal injury.