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Samsung RHF025EE Series Installation Manual

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F I P D
DB98-27512A(1)
INSTALLATION
MANUAL
RHF025EE Series
RHF035EE Series
RHF050EE Series
RHF080EE Series
RHF100EE Series
ERV
(Energy Recovery Ventilator)

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  • Page 1

    INSTALLATION MANUAL RHF025EE Series RHF035EE Series RHF050EE Series RHF080EE Series RHF100EE Series (Energy Recovery Ventilator) F I P D DB98-27512A(1)

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents PREPARATION  Safety Precautions ......................3  Space Requirements ....................5  Installation Diagram ..................... 7  External Dimension ...................... 8   INSTALLING THE UNIT  Installing the Unit ......................10  Electric Wiring ......................... 11  S chematic Diagram ...................... 14 ...

  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions Keep this installation manual together with the user’s manual in a handy place so that you can find it whenever you need to see it after reading this manual thoroughly.  Make sure to read the following safety precautions carefully before installation. ...

  • Page 4

    WARNING  This indicates the possibility of serious injury or death.  Avoid the use of an  Make sure to turn off the  Ensure that the national extension cord and do not main power when setting up safety code requirements share the power outlet the product’s electric circuit have been followed for the...

  • Page 5: Space Requirements

    Space Requirements   600mm Exhaust Air Outdoor Air Body Heat exchange element Inspection hole (for filter, heat exchange element, fan, motor and damper) Return Air Supply Air  The ventilator should be installed in a ceiling which has enough space above as seen in the picture.

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    Space Requirements (Continued) 035/050/080/100   'A'mm 'B'mm Body Return Air Supply Air Space for repairing Inspection hole (for filter, heat exchange element, fan, motor and damper) Exhaust Air Outdoor Air Heat exchange element Model Number of heat exchange elements 1000 035/050...

  • Page 7: Installation Diagram

    Installation Diagram   Supply Air duct Anchor bolt Exhaust Air duct Supply Air Hood Air discharging hole (Air exhaust grille) Return Air Air intake hole (Air exhaust grille) Exhaust Air Insulation Return Air duct Outdoor Air suction duct Hood 035/050/080/100 ...

  • Page 8: External Dimension

    External Dimension   Outdoor Air Return Air Exhaust Air Supply Air  Nominal diameter for duct : Ø150mm Name Quantity  Maintenence cover  Heat exchange element  Dust filter  Hanger  Electrical component box (Unit : mm) Model 025...

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    035/050/080/100   Exhaust Air Return Air Outdoor Air Supply Air (Unit : mm) Model Nominal diameter for duct Ø200 035/050 Ø250 080/100 Name Quantity  Maintenence cover  Heat exchange element  Dust filter  Hanger  Electrical component box (Unit : mm) Model 1000 1012 99 940.6 1036.4 26 130...

  • Page 10: Installing The Unit

    Installing the Unit Make sure to attach the unit firmly. If the unit is not attached firmly or attached incorrectly, it may result in malfunction or injury. Insert bolt anchors to a ceiling. Use existing ceiling support or construct a suitable support. Install the suspension bolts depending on the ceiling type.

  • Page 11: Electric Wiring

    Electric Wiring Before electric wiring, make sure that the voltage is 1 wire 220V/50Hz. Electrical Component Box Surface 035/050/080/100     Maintenance cover Hanger Fixing part of wires Maintenance cover Electrical component box Hanger Electrical component box Fixing part of wires Inside Wiring outlet...

  • Page 12

    Electric Wiring (Continued) Electric Wiring Connect to ERV wired remote control Fixing part of electrical wires Connect to power supply wire Compressed ring terminal Cable Remove the 4 screws on the electrical component box and open the cover plate. Screw Connect the cables correctly as seen in the picture.

  • Page 13

    Main PCB ① ② ③ ④ ⑤ ⑥ ⑦ ⑧ ⑨ ⑩ ⑪ Classification Explanation Specifications DISPLAY DISPLAY sensor sensor connection port 3PIN (CN43) Temperature sensor Indoor/outdoor temperature sensor connection port 4PIN (CN41) Damper switch Signal input port of damper switch 3PIN (CN51) 2PIN (EXT1) / 2PIN (EXT2) / External control...

  • Page 14: Schematic Diagram

    Schematic Diagram 025/035/050   080/100  ...

  • Page 15: Option Switches

    Option Switches The default setting of all switches is ON. If you want to set the function on, turn OFF the switch. DIP Switch Function SW05 SW06 SW07 Spare Centralized control Not use SW05 Spare K5 K6 K7 K8 K9 K10 K11 K12 K13 K14 K15 K16 MASTER/SLAVE SLAVE...

  • Page 16: Connecting The Unit

    Connecting the Unit Make sure to disconnect the power cable and power supply before connecting the ventilator to other control solutions. If not, it may cause malfunction due to electrical interference. Transmitter It does not need to connect the transmitter in case of individual control. Connect the transmitter to the MASTER ventilator only, in case of centralized control.

  • Page 17

    ERV Wired Remote Control and Multiple Ventilators ERV Wired Remot Control COM2 (F3, F4) DC 12V (V1, V2) Ventilator Ventilator Ventilator Ventilator Remove the maintenence cover of the ERV wired remote control. Connect the V1, V2 terminal of the ERV wired remote control to the V1, V2 terminal of the ventilator PCB.

  • Page 18

    Connecting the Unit (Continued) Centralized Controller Installing the Centralized Controller SW05  To use a centralized controller, set K6 of SW05 to OFF position. - To centralized control, the ventilator should be set as MASTER among one or more ventilators for communication. MAIN SW01 RMC SW02 K5 K6 K7 K8...

  • Page 19

    Setup the Centralized Controller Setup the Centralized Individual Control (1:1, Individual Room Control)  To centralized individual control, set each of the RMC ADDRESS of each ventilator to different number which is controlled by a centralized controller. Centralized Controller Transmitter 0 Master Ventilator Ventilator Ventilator...

  • Page 20

    Connecting the Unit (Continued) Setup the Centralized Control (Continued) Setup the Centralized Group Control (1:1 group, 16 Groups Control)  To centralized group control, set all of the RMC ADDRESS of all ventilators to be controlled as the same number which is controlled by the centralized controller.

  • Page 21

    Setup Simultaneous Control of Centralized Controller and the ERV Wired Remote Control  The centralized controller can be controlled by RMC ADDRESS of the ventilator, while the ERV wired remote controller is controlled by COM2 communication. Centralized Controller Master Ventilator MAIN:0 RMC:0 COM1 (F1, F2)

  • Page 22

    Connecting the Unit (Continued) External Control Use an external control to control the ventilator with separate machinery or external contact point.  Connect both sides of EXT1(EXT2 or EXT3). External control 1 - Up to 3 units can be connected at once. - The picture displays the condition that 2 external controllers are connected.

  • Page 23

    Trial Operation  Press the trial operation button. - Press the trial operation button one more time to turn it off. - While operating the trial operation, is displayed on DIS1. - Check if the communication between the ventilator and the ERV wired remote control is normal if they are connected.

  • Page 24

    Connecting the Unit (Continued) Centralized Controller Trial Operation Before operating the trial operation, make sure that the ventilator and the transmitter are operating correctly. Check power cord (L,N) and communication cable (R1, R2). Check the power of the ventilator and the centralized controller. If the power is supplied, the centralized controller operates tracking to check connected ventilators and transmitter.

  • Page 25

    Troubleshooting Problem Explanation/Solution The LED on the centralized  Check a power failure. controller is not turned on. The LED on the centralized  Check the communication cable controller flickers for over between the transmitter and the 2 minutes and the all ON/OFF centralized controller (R1,R2) is button is not operated.

  • Page 26: Duct Connection

    Duct Connection Make sure to insulate the connection part with insulation tapes and carry out duct connection making the indoor air suction duct and air intake as far as possible. Install the 2 ducts toward the outdoor. Make sure to insulate the duct referring to the picture. Insulation(Insulate the aluminium tape as well) Outdoor air suction duct, Discharging duct Inclination...

  • Page 27: Performance Graph

    Performance Graph 025 풍량 특성 열교환효율 Fan characteristics Enthalpy Turbo 특강 High 강 약 Heating-Temperature 난방-온도 Heating-Enthalpy 난방-엔탈피 Cooling-Temperature 냉방-온도 Cooling-Enthalpy 냉방-엔탈피 Air volume(CHM) Air volume(CHM) 풍량(CMH) 풍량(CMH) 035 풍량 특성 열교환효율 Fan characteristics Enthalpy Turbo 특강 High 강 약 Heating-Temperature 난방-온도...

  • Page 28

    Performance Graph (Continued) 080 풍량 특성 열교환효율 Fan characteristics Enthalpy 특강 Turbo 강 High 약 Heating-Temperature 난방-온도 Heating-Enthalpy 난방-엔탈피 Cooling-Temperature 냉방-온도 냉방-엔탈피 Cooling-Enthalpy 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1000 1200 1400 Air volume(CHM) 풍량(CMH)

  • Page 29: Final Checks And Trial Operation

    Final Checks and Trial Operation Check the follows after the installation.  Installation location and its strength  Inspection hole installation  Wiring  Insulation  Check the operating condition and damper operation. Setup the ERV wired remote control Checks Function Air volume Operating condition...

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