Emerson Copeland EazyCool ZX Series Application Manuallines

Emerson Copeland EazyCool ZX Series Application Manuallines

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  • Page 1 Application Guidelines Outdoor Condensing Unit - ZX Range...
  • Page 2 About these guidelines ..................... 1 Safety instructions ..................1 1.1 Icon explanation ......................1 1.2 Safety statements ......................1 1.3 General instructions ...................... 2 Product description ..................3 2.1 Common information about Copeland EazyCool™ ZX condensing units ......3 2.2 Product range ....................... 3 2.3 Product nameplate ......................
  • Page 3 2.13.3 Location of the "Hot Key" plug connection on the XCM25D controller ....22 2.13.4 How to program a "Hot Key" from the controller (upload) ........22 2.13.5 How to program a controller using an Emerson "Hot Key" (download) ....22 2.14 Troubleshooting ......................23 2.14.1 Alarm menu .....................
  • Page 4 4.2.2 Oil charging procedure ..................33 4.3 Rotation direction of Scroll compressors ..............33 4.4 Maximum compressor cycle ..................33 4.5 Checks before starting & during operation ..............33 Maintenance & repair ................... 34 5.1 Replacing a compressor ....................34 5.2 Condenser fins ......................
  • Page 6 Besides the support they provide, the instructions listed herein are also critical for the proper and safe functioning of the condensing units. Emerson Climate Technologies will not guarantee the performance and reliability of the product if it is misused in regard of these guidelines.
  • Page 7 General instructions WARNING System breakdown! Personal injuries! Never install a system in the field and leave it unattended when it has no charge, a holding charge, or with the service valves closed without electrically locking out the system. System breakdown! Personal injuries! Only approved refrigerants and refrigeration oils must be used.
  • Page 8: Table 1: Qualified Refrigerants And Oils

    Product description Common information about Copeland EazyCool™ ZX condensing units Emerson Climate Technologies has developed the Copeland EazyCool™ ZX outdoor condensing unit of second generation to meet primarily the demands of the food retail and food service sectors. It is a refrigeration air-cooled condensing unit that uses the latest Copeland™...
  • Page 9: Table 2: Bom History

    Introduction Controller concept ZXME 08/2008 Electronic main board ZXLE: Electronic main board ZXLE / ZXDE 07/2010 ZXDE: EC2-552 (Emerson - Alco) ZXME 03/2013 Electronic main board ZXLE: Electronic main board ZXLE / ZXDE 03/2013 ZXDE: XC645 (Emerson - Dixell) ZXME...
  • Page 10: Table 4: Condenser Fans Technical Data

    2.7.2 Condenser fan(s) The condensers of the ZX condensing units are equipped with single-phase fans. Condensing units Nr. of Power Diameter Voltage Fans speed input Medium temperature temperature Standard Digital (rpm) (mm) V/ph/Hz ZXME020E ZXLE020E ZXME025E ZXLE025E ZXME030E ZXLE030E ZXME040E ZXLE040E 220-240V / 1 Ph / 50 Hz...
  • Page 11: Table 5: Legend Of The P&I Diagram For Zxme Units

    2.7.4 P&I diagram for ZXME units Figure 3: P&I diagram for ZXME units Position Description Comments High efficient Copeland Scroll ZX Condenser with 1 or 2 fans Liquid receiver with service valve Filter drier / sight glass combination Expansion device for suction line injection Service valve, liquid line Service valve, suction line Pressure switch, adjustable, low pressure, not factory mounted...
  • Page 12: Table 6: Legend Of The P&I Diagram For Zxle Units

    2.7.5 P&I diagram for ZXLE units IMPORTANT No insulation on liquid line! Air moisture condensation and lack of performance! Moisture will condensate on the liquid line and cause water droplets. The liquid line can pick up additional heat from the ambient which will adversely affect the sub-cooling desirable for the liquid refrigerant before it enters the expansion valve.
  • Page 13: Table 7: Legend Of The P&I Diagram For Zxde Units

    2.7.6 P&I diagram for ZXDE units Figure 5: P&I diagram for ZXDE units Position Description Comments High efficient Copeland Scroll ZX (ZBD for Digital) Oil separator Condenser with 1 or 2 fans Liquid receiver with service valve Filter drier / sight glass combination Service valve, liquid line Service valve, suction line Pressure switch, adjustable, low pressure, not factory mounted...
  • Page 14: Figure 6: Electronic Controller

    Electronic controller XCM25D – Features The XCM25D controller is designed to be a powerful, flexible controller for use in multiple applications. It has been developed for condensing units and allows the adjustment of all relevant parameters by the user. 2.8.1 Description WARNING Electrical shock hazard! Serious personal injuries! There are unused fast-on pins (C1 &...
  • Page 15: Figure 7: Xcm25D Controller Functionality Overview

    Condenser fan Digital Scroll Liquid injection control control (ZXDE) (ZXME) Superheat control EVI (ZXLE) Monitoring of the discharge Electrical Alarm line temperature protection management Figure 7: XCM25D controller functionality overview 2.8.3 Main control & safety features Suction pressure control: Each unit is equipped with a suction pressure transmitter. The XCM25D controls the suction pressure by evaluating the input signal of the pressure transmitter.
  • Page 16: Table 8: Prearranged Additional Connections

    at all times. In case of controller breakdown the low pressure switch could be used for emergency operation (rewiring required). A crankcase heater is directly connected to the controller. The crankcase heater will be energized when the ambient sensor is below a given value (10°C) and the compressor has been off for a period of time (5 minutes).
  • Page 17: Table 9: Room Thermostat External Parameters

    Temperature control by means of external room thermostat The temperature of a cold room or cooling cabinet can be controlled by means of an external room thermostat (Digital Input DI3, parameter R07). The following parameters need to be changed to control a cooling cabinet or a cold room with a room thermostat: Factory settings / Recommended setting /...
  • Page 18: Table 10: External Temperature Sensor - Parameters

    The following parameters need to be changed to control a cooling cabinet or a cold room with a temperature sensor: Factory settings / Parameter Description Recommended setting / Comments Range Thermostat temp (NTC10K) = 2 = TMT or Probe 7 0 = Not used = NU configuration Evaporator temp (NTC10K) = 5 = EPT...
  • Page 19: Table 11: Defrost Parameters

    Factory settings / Parameter Description Recommended setting / Comments Range Defrost interval 0 = NU = Not used; 1 = IN = Interval; G23** 0 = Not used = NU mode 2 = rtC = Real time clock 0 = DEF = Defrost; 1 = Set = Case temp. Display during setpoint;...
  • Page 20: Figure 10: Local Display

    * G17 parameter >> Three defrost modes are available:  G17 = EL → Defrost through electrical heater Compressor Off  G17 = in → Hot gas defrost Compressor On  G17 = pulse → Pulse / natural defrost Compressor Off ** G23 parameter >>...
  • Page 21: Table 12: Led Functions Description

    Mode Function An alarm is occurring Digital unloader solenoid On In defrost Evaporator fans - Liquid line solenoid valve On Table 12: LED functions description NOTE: By default the local display will show the value of the suction pressure during operation.
  • Page 22: Table 16: Programming Level 1 Parameters

    2.9.4 How to program the parameters (Pr1 and Pr2) Access pre- Press simultaneously for about 3 seconds to access the pre- program level programming level. The message rtC (real time clock) appears. Access Press the Up or Down key until the message PAR appears. program level Press the SET button to enter the program level.
  • Page 23: Table 17: Fast Access Menu

    • AOO: Percentage of the analog output (0-10V or TRIAC PWM Mod.). This information is available only if the 0-10V or TRIAC PWM Mod is enabled. • dStO: Percentage of the PWM output driving the valve of the Digital Scroll compressor. •...
  • Page 24: Table 19: Minimum Cut-Out Value For Pumpdown

    The full list of parameters in programming level 2 "Pr2" can be found in Appendix 4. 2.12 Pumpdown – General Pumpdown functionality is provided by the XCM25D for condensing unit models ZXME & ZXLE. It is not recommended for Digital units ZXDE. In case of pumpdown the user needs to install an additional solenoid valve in the liquid line which is not part of the standard delivery equipment.
  • Page 25: Table 21: Pumpdown 2

    Room thermostat switch status Liquid line solenoid valve status Close Switch on / Energized Open Switch off / De-energized Table 21: Pumpdown 2 For example, if the room thermostat switch is closed, the liquid line solenoid valve is activated, and the compressor will run when the suction pressure value is higher than the compressor cut- in value C01.
  • Page 26: Table 22: Pumpdown 3

    There is no way to reset the XCM25D controller to factory settings other than with additional equipment. Emerson Climate Technologies recommends to use the Emerson "Hot Key" to save the factory settings at initial power up. The same hot key can also be used to save user settings.
  • Page 27: Figure 12: Emerson "Hot Key

    2.13.2 Applicable hot keys for ZX units with XCM25D controller The Emerson "Hot Key" DK00000300 can be used for up- and downloading of parameter lists. Copeland Ident Number 3226456. Figure 12: Emerson "Hot Key" 2.13.3 Location of the "Hot Key" plug connection on the XCM25D controller The "Hot Key"...
  • Page 28: Table 23: How To Check The Alarm List

    2.14 Troubleshooting 2.14.1 Alarm menu The controller records in the Alarm menu the total number of alarm activations (max 50) according to the alarm list in Appendix 5. Action Key or display Notes Push and release the ALR key. Enter menu The menu to change the section will be entered.
  • Page 29 Chapter Error! Reference source not found. "Additional features for customization"). 2.17.3 Ambient temperature sensor An ambient temperature sensor is supplied by Emerson Climate Technologies and connected to the electronic controller. This temperature sensor has several functionalities like emergency mode control, lower fan speed limitation and crankcase heater control. The sensor is located at the housing on the backside of compressor compartment.
  • Page 30: Figure 14: Dimensions Of Models Zxme020E, Zxme025E, Zxme030E & Zxme040E And Models Zxle020E, Zxle030E & Zxle040E (Single-Fan Units)

    2.19 Dimensions in mm The figures hereafter show the overall physical dimensions of the ZX condensing units: Figure 14: Dimensions of models ZXME020E, ZXME025E, ZXME030E & ZXME040E and models ZXLE020E, ZXLE030E & ZXLE040E (single-fan units) Figure 15: Dimensions of models ZXME050E, ZXME060E, ZXME075E, ZXDE040E, ZXDE050E, ZXDE060E, ZXDE075E, ZXLE050E, ZXLE060E &...
  • Page 31: Table 24: Weights

    Installation WARNING High pressure! Injury to skin and eyes possible! Be careful when opening connections on a pressurized item. Copeland EazyCool ZX condensing units are delivered with a holding charge of neutral gas. The condensing unit should be located in such a place to prevent any dirt, dust, plastic bag, leaves or papers from covering the condenser and its fins.
  • Page 32: Table 25: Maximum Operating Currents For Cable Selection

    Electrical connection 3.2.1 Power supply connections The electrical connection of the condensing unit to the power supply must be made by qualified technicians according to the valid electrical directives, for instance DIN EN 60204-1. Also the voltage drop and temperatures on line must be considered for cable selection. Copeland EazyCool ZX units are designed for a 380-420V / 3Ph / 50 Hz power supply for TFD and 220-240V / 1Ph / 50 Hz power supply for PFJ.
  • Page 33: Table 26: Maximum Distance Between 2 Clamp Supports

    3.2.4 Electrical protection standard (protection class)  Units: IP class IPX4.  Scroll compressors up to ZX51: IP21 according to IEC 34.  Fan: IP44 according to IEC 34.  Solenoid valve coils: IP65 according to DIN 43650. Refrigeration piping connections 3.3.1 Refrigeration piping installation WARNING High pressure! Risk of personal injury! The units are pressurized with dry...
  • Page 34: Figure 17: Brazing - Sectional View

    NOTE: It is strongly advisable to insulate both the suction and liquid interconnecting piping between the ZX unit and the evaporator. 3.3.2 Brazing recommendations IMPORTANT Blockage! Compressor breakdown! Maintain a flow of oxygen-free nitrogen through the system at very low pressure during brazing. Nitrogen displaces the air and prevents the formation of copper oxides in the system.
  • Page 35: Figure 19: Fixing Dimensions And Distances - Single-Fan Unit

    To disconnect:  Heat joint areas 2 and 3 slowly and uniformly until solder softens and tube can be pulled out of the fitting. To reconnect:  See procedure above. Location & fixings IMPORTANT Dust and dirt contamination! Unit lifetime reduction! The unit should always be installed in a location that ensures clean air flow.
  • Page 36: Figure 20: Fixing Dimensions And Distances - Dual-Fan Unit

    Figure 20: Fixing dimensions and distances – Dual-fan unit C6.1.6/0613-0915/E...
  • Page 37: Figure 21: Service Valves For Refrigerant Charging

    Starting up & operation Before commissioning, ensure that all valves on the condensing unit are fully opened. Evacuation IMPORTANT The evacuation procedure is based upon achieving an actual system vacuum standard and is NOT TIME DEPENDENT! Before commissioning the system must be evacuate by the vacuum pump. Before the installation is put into commission, it has to be evacuated with a vacuum pump.
  • Page 38: Figure 22: Liquid Line Service Port

    NOTE: The oil level should be approximately halfway up the sight glass. Emerson Climate Technologies recommends charging the oil with one of the following oil types:  Emkarate RL 32 3MAF ...
  • Page 39 Maintenance & repair Replacing a compressor CAUTION Inadequate lubrication! Bearing destruction! Exchange the accumulator after replacing a compressor with a burned out motor. The accumulator oil return orifice or screen may be plugged with debris or may become plugged. This will result in starvation of oil to the new compressor and a second failure.
  • Page 40 3. Emerson does not assume responsibility for the selection, use or maintenance of any product. Responsibility for proper selection, use and maintenance of any Emerson product remains solely with the purchaser or end user.
  • Page 41: Table 27: Overview Of The Zx Unit Components

    Appendix 1: Overview of the ZX unit components Medium temperature Medium temperature Low temperature Components Standard Digital Standard ZXME ZXDE ZXLE Compressor M1 Fan M2.1 ZXME050 – ZXME075 Fan M2.2 ZXLE050 & ZXLE060 Y1 Stepper valve EVI Y1 Stepper valve liquid Y2 DGS solenoid valve E1 Crankcase heater S1 High pressure switch...
  • Page 42 Appendix 2: Wiring diagram – ZXME / ZXLE / ZXDE units (380-420V / 3Ph / 50 Hz) C6.1.6/0613-0915/E...
  • Page 43: Table 28: Parameters Level 1

    Figure 23: Wiring diagram Appendix 3: Parameter list level 1 (Pr1) Legend L1 = Parameter in Level 1 (without password) L2 = Parameter in Level 2 (with password = 3 2 1) N.V. = Parameter not accessible Parameter Description Range ZXDE ZXME ZXLE...
  • Page 44 Appendix 4: Parameter list level 1 (Pr1) & 2 (Pr2) Legend L1 = Parameter in Level 1 (without password) L2 = Parameter in Level 2 (with password = 3 2 1) N.V. = Parameter not accessible Code Description Range Factory Setting ZXDE ZXME ZXLE Not used (0-NU) A01 Probe P1 configuration...
  • Page 45 Code Description Range Factory Setting ZXDE ZXME ZXLE Not used (0-NU) Ambient temp (NTC10K)(1-AMT) Thermostat temp (NTC10K)(2-TMT) Vapour inlet temp (NTC10K)(3-UIT) A15 Probe P5 configuration Vapour outlet temp (NTC10K)(4-UOT) Not used Evaporator temp (NTC10K)(5-EPT) Liquid temp (NTC10K)(6-LLT) Suction line temp (7-SLT) Coil temp (8-COT) A16 Probe P5 calibration -12°C to 12°C...
  • Page 46 Code Description Range Factory Setting ZXDE ZXME ZXLE C01 Compressor cut in pressure set point CoU to US; N.V. C02 Compressor cut out pressure set point LS to Cin; C03 Minimum set point for suction pressure/temperature P1i to US; -50.0°C to US C04 Maximum set point for suction pressure/temperature LS to P1E;...
  • Page 47 Code Description Range Factory Setting ZXDE ZXME ZXLE C23 Number of active compressor when probe error 0(0) - 1(1) - 2(2) N.V. N.V. C24 Minimum capacity for digital compressor 0 to PMA N.V. N.V. C25 Maximum capacity for digital compressor PMi to 100 N.V.
  • Page 48 Code Description Range Factory Setting ZXDE ZXME ZXLE D12 Low suction pressure alarm delay 0 to 999 sec D13 Low suction pressure error signal enabling no (0-NU) - YES (1-YSE) D14 Compressor minimum off time for high pressure switch protection 0 - 15 min D15 Number of high pressure switch activation before compressor lock 0 - 15...
  • Page 49 Code Description Range Factory Setting ZXDE ZXME ZXLE E10 Low set point for condenser fan map 3 (for R22) -40 °C to HT3 N.V. N.V. N.V. E11 Low suction pressure point for condenser fan map 3 (for R22) -1.5Bar to HP3; -21PSI to HP3 N.V.
  • Page 50 Code Description Range Factory Setting ZXDE ZXME ZXLE E37 High suction pressure point for condenser fan map 9 (for R410A) LP9 to 99.9 Bar; LP9 to 999 PSI N.V. N.V. N.V. E38 Fan set point modulation enabling no (0-NO) - YES (1-YES) E39 Condenser temperature set point when fan set point modulation is disabled -40°C to 110°C E40 Minimum condenser temperature set point -40°C to 110°C...
  • Page 51 Code Description Range Factory Setting ZXDE ZXME ZXLE F03 Min DLT temperature before close injection -40°C to LIS°C N.V. F04 Mid-coil limp along for DLT failure - Mid-coil 1 LA2 to 110°C N.V. N.V. F05 Mid-coil limp along for DLT failure - Mid-coil 2 LA3 to LA1 N.V.
  • Page 52 Code Description Range Factory Setting ZXDE ZXME ZXLE Differential between the vapour inlet and the vapour outlet temperature for 0.0 to 25.5°C N.V. N.V. N.V. R134A Differential between the vapour inlet and the vapour outlet temperature for 0.0 to 25.5°C N.V.
  • Page 53 Code Description Range Factory Setting ZXDE ZXME ZXLE G04 Case temperature low range -40°C to CUS G05 Case temperature high range CLS to 110°C G06 Case probe failure limp along on time 0 to 255 min G07 Case probe failure limp along off time 0 to 255 min no (0-NO) Compressor and fan status when open door >>...
  • Page 54 Code Description Range Factory Setting ZXDE ZXME ZXLE Display during defrost dEF = Defrost; dEF (0-DEF) Set = Set point case temp; Set (1-SET) it = Case temp; it (2-IT) rt = Display in standard operation rt (3-RT) G25 Maximum display delay after defrost 0 to 255 min G26 Drip time 0 to 120 min...
  • Page 55 Code Description Range Factory Setting ZXDE ZXME ZXLE G44 Temperature differential avoiding short cycles of fans 0 to 59 °C G45 Fan On time 0 to 255 min G46 Fan Off time 0 to 255 min NU (0-NU) Mid-coil temperature (1-MCT) G47 Room probe selection for evaporator fan management Discharge line temperature (2-DLT) Not used...
  • Page 56 Code Description Range Factory Setting ZXDE ZXME ZXLE H13 Minimum voltage to trip compressor 0 to 400 V N.V. N.V. N.V. H14 Maximum voltage to trip compressor 0 to 800 V N.V. N.V. N.V. H15 Over or under voltage minimum time 0 to 255 seconds N.V.
  • Page 57 Code Description Range Factory Setting ZXDE ZXME ZXLE M04 Relax steps 0-100 steps N.V. M05 Step rate 10-100 steps N.V. AUTOMATIC (0-AUT) M06 Regulation of the valve 0: automatic, 1:manual Automatic N.V. MANUAL (1-MAN) M07 Steps if manual regulation SH2-SH1 step N.V.
  • Page 58 Code Description Range Factory Setting ZXDE ZXME ZXLE R03 Activation delay for digital input 1 0 to 255 min Not used (0-NU) Suction pressure switch (1-SUS) Thermostat input (2-DEF) High pressure input (3-HP) R04 Digital input 2 function High pressure input N.V.
  • Page 59: Table 29: Parameter List Level 1 (Pr1) & 2 (Pr2)

    Code Description Range Factory Setting ZXDE ZXME ZXLE Not used (0-NU) S10 Triac output 2 configuration Digital solenoid (1-DGT) Wave-form chopper for fan speed Wave-form chopper for fan speed (2-PCF) Not used (0-NU) Liquid injection EXV (1-LIN) S11 EXV Configuration Not used EVI EXV (2-UIN) System EXV (3-SHT)
  • Page 60 Appendix 5: Alarm menu Code Description Cause Action Reset Only in digital unit - compressor is AI1 error (Probe 1/Suction pressure Probe failure or out activated according to C23, and Automatically as soon as the probe restarts transducer failure alarm) of range compressor on &...
  • Page 61 Code Description Cause Action Reset Power supply phase Automatically: Lost phase recover and H08 Lost phase error The compressor will be tripped loss (3-phases unit) delay time out Power supply phase Hold “start” button for 5s or manual power off loss happened for Lost phase lockout The compressor will be locked...
  • Page 62 Code Description Cause Action Reset Hold “start” button for 5s or manual power off Under voltage The compressor will be locked (if H17 and on (if H17 equal to 0, compressor Under voltage lockout happened for H17 equal to 0, compressor no lockout) automatically start when voltage is back within times within one hour acceptable range and H16 delay time out)
  • Page 63: Table 30: Alarm Code Overview

    Code Description Cause Action Reset High condenser pressure alarm Not used in Asia Condenser temperature larger The compressor is activated according Automatically: as soon as condenser High condenser temperature alarm than E58 for E59 to E60 temperature lower than E61 minutes EXV full open for F40 Automatically: as soon as EXV is not at...
  • Page 64 Appendix 6: Additional features for customization Required setting for proper functionality Setting needs to be adjusted according to application Room thermostat or pressure switch Parameter Parameter description Factory setting Required setting Compressor regulation probe selection SUP = Suction pressure probe diS = Suction pressure switch / Room thermostat Digital input 3 configuration NU = Not used...
  • Page 65 Pumpdown with temperature sensor Parameter Parameter description Factory setting Required setting Probe 7 configuration NU = Not used TMT = Thermostat temperature Compressor regulation probe selection SUP = Suction pressure probe CST = Case temperature Case temperature probe selection NU = Not used TMT = Thermostat temperature Use the liquid line solenoid Relay Output 4...
  • Page 66 Defrost with Real Time Clock Parameter Parameter description Factory setting Required setting Probe 7 configuration NU = Not used Ept = Evaporator temperature Defrost probe selection NU = Not used Ept = Evaporator temperature Defrost interval mode NU = Not used Rtc - Real time clock Relay Output 2 NU = Not used...
  • Page 67: Table 31: Additional Features For Customization

    Evaporator fans Parameter Parameter description Factory setting Required setting Probe 7 configuration NU = Not used tnt = Thermostat temperature Room probe selection for evaporator fan management NU = Not used tnt = Thermostat temperature Relay Output 2 NU = Not used EPF = Evaporator fan Fans operating mode Adjust to application requirements...
  • Page 68: Table 32: B7 Ai7 Optional Sensor >> Resistance / Temperature Curve

    Appendix 7: R25 = 10kΩ B25/85=3435K Temp. Resistance Temp. Resistance Temp. Resistance Temp. Resistance Temp. Resistance Temp. Resistance [kΩ] [kΩ] [kΩ] [kΩ] [kΩ] [kΩ] [°C] [°C] [°C] [°C] [°C] [°C] 329.2 71.07 19.48 6.468 2.512 1.108 310.7 67.74 18.70 6.246 2.437 1.080 293.3...
  • Page 69: Table Of Contents

    Appendix 8: List of tables and figures Tables Table 1: Qualified refrigerants and oils ......................................3 Table 2: BOM history ............................................. 4 Table 3: Compressor models cross reference ....................................4 Table 4: Condenser fans technical data ......................................5 Table 5: Legend of the P&I diagram for ZXME units ..................................6 Table 6: Legend of the P&I Diagram for ZXLE units ..................................
  • Page 70 Figure 10: Local display ..........................................15 Figure 11: Pumpdown functionality with temperature sensor ................................ 20 Figure 12: Emerson "Hot Key"........................................22 Figure 13: Location of "Hot Key" plug connection ..................................22 Figure 14: Dimensions of models ZXME020E, ZXME025E, ZXME030E & ZXME040E and models ZXLE020E, ZXLE030E & ZXLE040E (single-fan units) ..25 Figure 15: Dimensions of models ZXME050E, ZXME060E, ZXME075E, ZXDE040E, ZXDE050E, ZXDE060E, ZXDE075E, ZXLE050E, ZXLE060E &...
  • Page 71 Tel. +49 (0) 2408 929 0 - Fax: +49 (0) 2408 929 570 - Internet: www.emersonclimate.eu The Emerson Climate Technologies logo is a trademark and service mark of Emerson Electric Co. Emerson Climate Technologies Inc. is a subsidiary of Emerson Electric Co.

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