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AIR TO WATER
Comfort series
DESIGN & TECHNICAL MANUAL
HYDRAULIC
INDOOR
OUTDOOR
WSYA050ML3
WSYA080ML3
WSYA100ML3
WOYA060KLT
WOYA080KLT
Split type
WOYA100KLT
DA_CF002EF_07
2021.01.25

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  • Page 1 AIR TO WATER Comfort series DESIGN & TECHNICAL MANUAL Split type HYDRAULIC INDOOR WSYA050ML3 WSYA080ML3 WSYA100ML3 OUTDOOR WOYA060KLT WOYA080KLT WOYA100KLT DA_CF002EF_07 2021.01.25...
  • Page 2 Notices: • Product specifications and design are subject to change without notice for future improvement. • For further details, please check with our authorized dealer. Copyright © 2020, 2021 Fujitsu General Limited. All rights reserved.
  • Page 3 CONTENTS 1. OUTDOOR UNIT 2. HYDRAULIC INDOOR UNITS 3. CONTROL SYSTEM...
  • Page 5 1. OUTDOOR UNIT 2021.01.25 DA_CH01_CF001EF_06...
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS 1. OUTDOOR UNIT 1. Combination ....................01-1 2. Specifications....................01-2 2-1. Nominal capacity and nominal input ................01-2 2-2. Technical specifications....................01-3 2-3. Product fiche........................01-4 2-4. Product information ......................01-5 2-5. Electrical specifications....................01-6 3. Dimensions....................01-7 3-1. Model: WOYA060KLT ....................01-7 3-2. Model: WOYA080KLT ....................01-8 3-3. Model: WOYA100KLT ....................01-9 4.
  • Page 7 CONTENTS (continued) 12. Operation range ..................01-33 12-1.Models: WOYA060KLT, WOYA080KLT, and WOYA100KLT........01-33 13. Safety devices ...................01-34 14. Accessories ....................01-35...
  • Page 9: Outdoor Unit

    1. Combination Class Outdoor unit Hydraulic indoor unit 5.0 kW WOYA060KLT WSYA050ML3 6.0 kW WOYA060KLT WSYA080ML3 8.0 kW WOYA080KLT WSYA080ML3 10.0 kW WOYA100KLT WSYA100ML3 - (01-1) - 1. Combination...
  • Page 10: Specifications

    2. Specifications 2-1. Nominal capacity and nominal input Hydraulic indoor unit WSYA050ML3 WSYA080ML3 WSYA100ML3 Model name Outdoor unit WOYA060KLT WOYA060KLT WOYA080KLT WOYA100KLT Power supply 1 Ø 230 V ~ 50 Hz Heating capacity Nominal 3.50 4.00 5.00 7.50 -15°C/+45°C Input power Nominal 1.81...
  • Page 11: Technical Specifications

    2-2. Technical specifications Outdoor unit model name WOYA060KLT WOYA080KLT WOYA100KLT Material Steel sheet Enclosure Beige Color Approximate color of Munsell 10YR 7.5/1.0NN Dimensions 632 × 799 × 290 716 × 820 × 315 998 × 940 × 320 (H × W × D) Gross 692 ×...
  • Page 12: Product Fiche

    2-3. Product fiche Hydraulic indoor unit WSYA050ML3 WSYA080ML3 WSYA100ML3 Model name Outdoor unit WOYA060KLT WOYA060KLT WOYA080KLT WOYA100KLT Temperature application °C Declared load profile — — — — — — — — Seasonal space heating energy efficiency class A+++ A+++ A+++...
  • Page 13: Product Information

    — — Daily fuel consumption Not applicable fuel FUJITSU GENERAL (EURO) GmbH Contact details Fritz-Vomfelde-Straße 26-32, 40547 Düsseldorf, Germany NOTES: • Product information according to Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 811/2013 • Product information is based on the average climate condition.
  • Page 14: Electrical Specifications

    ¢ Energy efficiency value Application: 35°C Hydraulic indoor unit WSYA050ML3 WSYA080ML3 WSYA100ML3 Model name Outdoor unit WOYA060KLT WOYA060KLT WOYA080KLT WOYA100KLT Seasonal energy efficiency of heat pump for space heating Type of temperature control Outdoor sensor (included in the package) —...
  • Page 15: Dimensions

    3. Dimensions 3-1. Model: WOYA060KLT Unit: mm 4-M10 hole Pitch of bolts for installation Top view Side view Front view Side view Airflow Drain hole Bottom view Side view (Valve part) - (01-7) - 3-1. Model: WOYA060KLT 3. Dimensions...
  • Page 16: Model: Woya080Klt

    3-2. Model: WOYA080KLT Unit: mm 4-M10 hole Pitch of bolts for installation Top view Side view Front view Side view Airflow Drain hole Bottom view Side view (Valve part) - (01-8) - 3-2. Model: WOYA080KLT 3. Dimensions...
  • Page 17: Model: Woya100Klt

    3-3. Model: WOYA100KLT Unit: mm 35.7 Top view 3 Way valve (Liquid) 3 Way valve (Gas) 129.1 Pipe port Ф28 Ф28 85.3 Cable port Ф28: Cable port Pipe port Cable port Pipe port Pipe port Pipe port Front view Side view Rear view 62.6 15.2...
  • Page 18: Installation Space

    4. Installation space 4-1. Models: WOYA060KLT and WOYA080KLT ¢ Space requirement Provide sufficient installation space for product safety. CAUTION Keep the space shown in the installation examples. If the installation is not performed accordingly, it could cause a short circuit and result in a lack of operating performance.
  • Page 19  Multiple outdoor unit installation • Provide at least 250 mm of space between the outdoor units if multiple units are installed. • When routing the piping from the side of an outdoor unit, provide space for piping. • No more than 3 units must be installed side by side. When 4 units or more are arranged in a line, provide the space as shown in the following ex- ample “When an obstruction in the upper space:”.
  • Page 20  Outdoor units installation in multi-row Unit: mm Single parallel unit arrangement Multiple parallel unit arrangement 100 or more 200 or more 1,000 or more 2,000 or more 200 or more 400 or more 500 or more 1,000 or more 200 or more 250 or more 1,000 or more...
  • Page 21: Model: Woya100Klt

    4-2. Model: WOYA100KLT ¢ Space requirement Provide sufficient installation space for product safety.  Single outdoor unit installation • When the upper space is open: Unit: mm When there are obstacles at the rear only. When there are obstacles at the rear and sides.
  • Page 22  Multiple outdoor unit installation • When the upper space is open: Unit: mm When there are obstacles at the rear only. When there are obstacles at the front only. 1,500 or more 250 or more or more When there are obstacles at the front and rear.
  • Page 23  Outdoor unit installation in multi-row Unit: mm Single parallel unit arrangement Multiple parallel unit arrangement 150 or more 500 or more 3,000 or more 3,500 or more 600 or more 600 or more 1,500 or more 1,500 or more 250 or more 1,500 or more 500 or more...
  • Page 24: Piping Diagrams

    5. Piping diagrams 5-1. Models: WOYA060KLT and WOYA080KLT Heating terminal (Floor heating, radiator) Refrigerant – Hydraulic unit water heat exchanger Water pump Hydraulic HEX sensor 3-way valve Mufler Mufler 2-way valve Pressure switch Discharge tempe. Straner sensor Expansion valve Compressor inlet sensor Pressure sensor...
  • Page 25: Model: Woya100Klt

    5-2. Model: WOYA100KLT Heating terminal (Floor heating radiator) Refrigerant — water Hydraulic unit heat exchanger Water pump Hydraulic HEX sensor 3-way valve Muffler Muffler 2-way valve Pressure switch Strainer Discharge temp. sensor Expansion 4-way valve valve Pressure sensor Compressor inlet sensor Expansion Heat exchanger valve...
  • Page 26: Wiring Diagrams

    6. Wiring diagrams 6-1. Models: WOYA060KLT and WOYA080KLT 6-2. Model: WOYA100KLT - (01-18) - 6-1. Models: WOYA060KLT and WOYA080KLT 6. Wiring diagrams...
  • Page 27: External Input And Output (For Woya100Klt)

    7. External input and output (For WOYA100KLT) With using external input and output functions, this product can be operated inter-connectedly with an external device. Connector Input Output Remarks P580 Low noise mode — PA580 Peak cut mode — See external input/output settings for details.
  • Page 28 ¢ Peak cut mode By performing following on-site work, operation that suppresses the current value can be enabled: The air conditioner is set to the “Peak cut mode” when closing the contact input of a commercial timer or on/off switch to a connector on the control PCB of the outdoor unit. •...
  • Page 29: External Output

    7-2. External output With using external output function, some status signals are transmitted to the control PCB, and the related LED lamp indicates the status of this product. ¢ Base heater control output Signal on air conditioner error status is generated when a malfunction occurs. •...
  • Page 30 ¢ Compressor status output Signal on compressor operation status is generated when the compressor is running. • Circuit diagram example • Output voltage (Vcc): DC 12 Outdoor unit V 50 mA or less control PCB Connected unit (Locally purchased) • *: Make the distance from Example: Connector...
  • Page 31: Function Settings (For Woya100Klt)

    8. Function settings (For WOYA100KLT) Perform appropriate function setting locally according to the installation environment. NOTE: Incorrect settings can cause a product malfunction. CAUTION • Before setting up the switch buttons, discharge the static electricity from your body. • Never touch the terminals or the patterns on the parts that are mounted on the PCB. 8-1.
  • Page 32 ¢ Switch buttons and the functions LED lamps S134 S133 S132 S131 S130 Switch buttons LED lamp Function or operation method Lights on while power on. (1) POWER/MODE Green Local setting in outdoor unit or error code is displayed with blink. (2) ERROR Blinks during error operation.
  • Page 33: Local Setting Procedure

    8-2. Local setting procedure NOTE: Before performing the function setting, be sure to stop the operation of the air conditioner. ¢ Low noise mode Press the MODE switch button (S134) for 3 seconds or more to switch to “Local setting mode”. After confirming the LED lamp of POWER/MODE blinks 9 times, press the ENTER switch but- ton (S132).
  • Page 34 ¢ Peak cut mode Press the MODE switch button (S134) for 3 seconds or more to switch to “Local setting mode”. After confirming the LED lamp of POWER/MODE blinks 9 times, press the ENTER switch but- ton (S132). PUMP POWER LOW NOISE PEAK CUT DOWN...
  • Page 35: Heating Capacity Table

    9. Heating capacity table • FT: Flow temperature • OT: Outdoor temperature • HC: Heating capacity (kW) • IP: Input power (kW) • COP: Coefficient Of Performance • Usage environment, such as operation of the heating equipment, room temperature, and control adjustments may cause disparities between practically determined and measured values.
  • Page 36: Model: Woya080Klt

    9-3. Model: WOYA080KLT 30°C 35°C 40°C 45°C 50°C 55°C -20°C 3.26 1.41 2.31 3.97 1.95 2.04 4.08 2.22 1.84 — — — — — — — — — -15°C 5.58 2.25 2.48 6.01 2.71 2.22 5.84 2.93 1.99 5.68 3.14 1.81 —...
  • Page 37: Cooling Capacity Table

    10. Cooling capacity table • For cooling operation optional parts of Cooling kit is necessary. • FT: Flow temperature • OT: Outdoor temperature • CC: Cooling capacity (kW) • IP: Input power (kW) • EER: Energy Efficiency Ratio • Usage environment, such as operation of the heating equipment, room temperature, and control adjustments may cause disparities between practically determined and measured values.
  • Page 38: Operation Noise (Sound Pressure)

    11. Operation noise (sound pressure) 11-1. Noise level curve ¢ Model: WOYA060KLT (5 kW)  Heating NC-65 NC-60 NC-55 NC-50 NC-45 NC-40 NC-35 NC-30 NC-25 NC-20 NC-15 1,000 2,000 4,000 8,000 Octave band center frequency, Hz ¢ Model: WOYA060KLT (6 kW) ...
  • Page 39 ¢ Model: WOYA080KLT  Heating NC-65 NC-60 NC-55 NC-50 NC-45 NC-40 NC-35 NC-30 NC-25 NC-20 NC-15 1,000 2,000 4,000 8,000 Octave band center frequency, Hz ¢ Model: WOYA100KLT  Heating NC-65 NC-60 NC-55 NC-50 NC-45 NC-40 NC-35 NC-30 NC-25 NC-20 NC-15 1,000 2,000...
  • Page 40: 11-2.Sound Level Check Point

    11-2. Sound level check point Rear Microphone Microphone Airflow Side view Rear view NOTE: Detailed shape of the actual outdoor unit might be slightly different from the one illustrated above. - (01-32) - 11-2. Sound level check point 11. Operation noise (sound pressure)
  • Page 41: Operation Range

    12. Operation range 12-1. Models: WOYA060KLT, WOYA080KLT, and WOYA100KLT Flow temperature (°C) Outdoor temperature (°CDB) Flow temperature (°C) Outdoor temperature (°CDB) Flow temperature (°C) Outdoor temperature (°CDB) - (01-33) - 12-1. Models: WOYA060KLT, WOYA080KLT, and WOYA100KLT 12. Operation range...
  • Page 42: Safety Devices

    13. Safety devices Model Type of protection Protection form WOYA060KLT WOYA080KLT WOYA100KLT AC 250 V, 30 A AC 250 V, 25 A Circuit protection Current fuse (PCB) AC 250 V, 10 A AC 250 V, 5 A AC 250 V, 3.15 A 125±10 °C 150±15 °C Activate...
  • Page 43: Accessories

    14. Accessories Name and shape Q’ty Application Installation manual - (01-35) - 14. Accessories...
  • Page 44 - (01-36) - 14. Accessories...
  • Page 45 2. HYDRAULIC INDOOR UNITS 2021.01.25 DA_CH02_CF001EF_03...
  • Page 46 2. HYDRAULIC INDOOR UNITS 1. Specifications....................02-1 1-1. Technical specifications....................02-1 1-2. Electrical specifications....................02-1 2. Dimensions....................02-2 2-1. Models: WSYA050ML3, WSYA080ML3, and WSYA100ML3.........02-2 3. Installation space ..................02-3 3-1. Models: WSYA050ML3, WSYA080ML3, and WSYA100ML3.........02-3 3-2. Installation precautions ....................02-3 4. Piping diagrams ..................02-4 4-1. Models: WSYA050ML3, WSYA080ML3, and WSYA100ML3.........02-4 5.
  • Page 47: Specifications

    1. Specifications 1-1. Technical specifications Hydraulic indoor unit WSYA050ML3 WSYA080ML3 WSYA080ML3 WSYA100ML3 Model name Outdoor unit WOYA060KLT WOYA080KLT WOYA100KLT Rated 0.08 Input power Heating 3 (Option:6) Maximum* Material 8/10 mm DC01 + EZ (5μ) Enclosure Color White Dimensions 847 × 450 × 493 (H ×...
  • Page 48: Dimensions

    2. Dimensions 2-1. Models: WSYA050ML3, WSYA080ML3, and WSYA100ML3 Unit: mm Side view Front view 1. Electric control box 2. Controller/User interface 3. Start/stop switch 4. Pressure gauge 5. Hydraulic unit circulation pump 6. Heating flow 7. Heating return 8. Gas refrigeration connection 9.
  • Page 49: Installation Space

    3. Installation space 3-1. Models: WSYA050ML3, WSYA080ML3, and WSYA100ML3 Unit: mm 350 or more 1,000 or more 3-2. Installation precautions • Choose the location of the appliance after discussion with the client. • The installation space should comply with the current regulations.
  • Page 50: Piping Diagrams

    4. Piping diagrams 4-1. Models: WSYA050ML3, WSYA080ML3, and WSYA100ML3 Air purge valve Water flow temp. sensor Back up heater Heating terminal (Floor heating, Buffer tank Radiator, etc.) Outdoor unit Expansion tank Refrigerant Hot water Water heat Pressure Circulation pump exchanger...
  • Page 51: Wiring Diagrams

    5. Wiring diagrams 5-1. Models: WSYA050ML3, WSYA080ML3, and WSYA100ML3 FUSE 250V/3.15A Condensation Sonde Condensation/ Condensation Sensor sensor OPTION 2 CIRCUITS 2 circuits option 2 circuit option 1 2 3 4 External Contact d'organe externe component contact External device connection FUSE 250V/6.3A Power limitation Délestage / Power shedding...
  • Page 52: External Connection Diagrams

    6. External connection diagrams 6-1. Models: WSYA050ML3, WSYA080ML3, and WSYA100ML3 Power limitation or EDR Délestage ou EJP (Effacement Jour de Pointe) (Energy Demand Reduction) Tarifs, HP/HC ; PV Défaut externe External fault Contact d'organe externe* External component contact* (défauts, délesteur, (faults, power limiter, electricity meter) compteur d'énergie)
  • Page 53: Hydraulic Performance

    7. Hydraulic performance 7-1. Models: WSYA050ML3 and WSYA080ML3 mCE (1 mbar = 10 mmCE = 100 Pa) PWM 100% PWM 75% 7-2. Model: WSYA100ML3 mCE (1 mbar = 10 mmCE = 100 Pa) PWM 100% PWM 75% - (02-7) - 7-1.
  • Page 54: Safety Devices

    8. Safety devices Model Type of protection Protection form WSYA050ML3 WSYA080ML3 WSYA100ML3 Circuit protection Current fuse (Main PCB) 20 A 3 bar or more Activate High pressure Safety valve open Safety valve protection Reset — - (02-8) - 8. Safety devices...
  • Page 55: Accessories

    9. Accessories Name and shape Q’ty Application To monitor the outdoor temperature Outdoor sensor • Adapter 12.70 mm (1/2 in) to 15.88 mm (5/8 in) 6.35 mm (1/4 in) to 9.52 mm (3/8 in) • Adapter and Nut 12.70 mm (1/2 in) (Only for 050 and 080 model) 6.35 mm (1/4 in) - (02-9) -...
  • Page 56 - (02-10) - 9. Accessories...
  • Page 57 3. CONTROL SYSTEM 2021.01.25 DA_CH03_CF001EF_03...
  • Page 58 CONTENTS 3. CONTROL SYSTEM 1. User interface and remote controller (Optional parts) ......03-1 2. Control setting.....................03-6 2-1. General...........................03-6 2-2. Setting parameters ......................03-6 3. Function table....................03-7 3-1. Time of day and date......................03-7 3-2. Operator section ......................03-8 3-3. Time program functions....................03-9 3-4. Heating circuit 1 and 2 functions...................03-12 3-5.
  • Page 59: User Interface And Remote Controller (Optional Parts)

    1. User interface and remote controller (Optional parts) Auto Ref. Function Definition If the installation is fitted with a DHW tank Selecting DHW operating mode • On: Production of DHW according to the time program (Domestic hot water) • Off: Preparing the domestic hot water for stopping with the anti-frost function active : On •...
  • Page 60 ¢ Various data of information display Designation Line Floor drying current setpoint — Current drying day — Terminated drying days — State heat pump 8006 State supplementary source 8022 State DHW 8003 State swimming pool 8011 State heating circuit 1 8000 State heating circuit 2 8001...
  • Page 61 ¢ Error codes • Hydraulic indoor unit: Fault visible on the digital display Reset Error Heat pump Error contents Error location number operation Manual Auto Outdoor sensor Flow sensor mixing circuit X153 Flow sensor HP Return sensor HP DHW sensor 1 Room sensor 1 Room sensor 2 X150...
  • Page 62 • Hydraulic indoor unit: A fault in the outdoor unit is indicated by LED located on the hydraulic unit interface board. Error contents Error WSYA050ML3 number LED 2 (Green) LED 1 (Red) WSYA100ML3 WSYA080ML3 1 Flash 1 Flash Serial communication error...
  • Page 63 • Outdoor unit (WOYA100KLT): When an error occurs: POWER PUMP PEAK ERROR DOWN NOISE MODE MODE SELECT ENTER EXIT PUMP DOWN ERROR CLR INITIALIZE S134 S133 S132 S131 S130 – Check that the LED of ERROR blinks, and then press shortly the switch of ENTER. –...
  • Page 64: Control Setting

    2. Control setting 2-1. General The settings described below are those which can be modified by user. We wish to remind you that changing the settings below may cause the heat pump to behave in an undesirable way. A testing period should be conducted before the permanent settings of the heat pump are confirmed.
  • Page 65: Function Table

    3. Function table Description of abbreviations: • HC: Heating circuit • OT: Outdoor temperature • HP: Heat pump • DHW: Domestic hot water • BXx, EXx, QXx, DOx, UXx, Hx: Terminal number 3-1. Time of day and date The controller has an annual clock which contains the time, the day of the week and date. In order for the function to operate, the time and date must be set properly on the clock.
  • Page 66: Operator Section

    3-2. Operator section Factory Line Access Function Setting range or display setting English, Français, Italiano, Language English Nederlands... Info Temporary, Permanent Temporary Operation lock On, Off Programming lock On, Off With Direct adjustment Automatic storage, With confirmation confirmation °C, °F °C Temperature units Pressure units...
  • Page 67: Time Program Functions

    3-3. Time program functions • Time program heating/cooling, circuit 1 Setting Factory Line Access Function Setting range or display increment setting Mon-Sun, Mon-Fri, Sat-Sun, Pre-selection (Day/Week) Mon-Sun Monday, Tuesday, … 00:00...--:-- 10 minutes 06:00 phase on (start) 00:00...--:-- 10 minutes 22:00 phase off (end) 00:00...--:--...
  • Page 68 • Holidays heating circuit 1 For the holiday program is active, the heating mode should be on AUTO. Setting Factory Line Access Function Setting range or display increment setting Pre-selection Period 1...8 Period 1 Period start (Day/Week) 01.01...31.12 Period end (Day/Week) 01.01...31.12 Frost Operating level...
  • Page 69 Adjustment function details: Several control programs are available for the heating circuits and the production of DHW. They are initiated in “Automatic” mode and control the change in temperature levels (and therefore the associ- ated setpoints, reduced and comfort) via the adjusted changeover times. •...
  • Page 70: Heating Circuit 1 And 2 Functions

    3-4. Heating circuit 1 and 2 functions • Heating circuit 1 Setting Factory Line Access Function Setting range or display increment setting Reduced setpoint...Comfort Comfort setpoint 0.5°C 20°C setpoint maximum Frost protection Reduced setpoint 0.5°C 19°C setpoint...Comfort setpoint Frost protection setpoint 4 °C...Reduced setpoint 0.5°C 8°C...
  • Page 71 Setting Factory Line Access Function Setting range or display increment setting Floor curing function • Off: Early interruption of the current program, program inactive • Operational heating • Heating ready for occupation • Operational heating + ready heating • Ready heating + Operational heating •...
  • Page 72 • Heating circuit 2 Setting Factory Line Access Function Setting range or display increment setting Reduced setpoint...Comfort 1010 Comfort setpoint 0.5°C 20°C setpoint maximum Frost protection 1012 Reduced setpoint 0.5°C 19°C setpoint...Comfort setpoint 1014 Frost protection setpoint 4°C...Reduced setpoint 0.5°C 8°C 1016 Comfort setpoint maximum...
  • Page 73 Setting Factory Line Access Function Setting range or display increment setting Floor curing setpoint manually 0...95°C 1°C 25°C (if line 1150 = manual) 1151 This function enables you to set the custom concrete slab drying temperature. This temperature remains fixed. The concrete slab-drying program stops automatically after running for 25 days. 1156 Floor curing day current 0...32...
  • Page 74 • Heating curve All time programs can be reset to factory settings. Each time program has its own programing line for this reset action. In this case, individual settings will be lost. Line Function 1020 Heating curve slope 1021 Heating curve displacement –...
  • Page 75 • Eco functions Line Function 1030 Summer/Winter heating limit – Summer/Winter heating limit The summer/winter heating limit switches the heating on or off through the year according to the temperature ratio. Changeover is performed automatically when in automatic mode and thus avoids the user having to turn the heating on or off.
  • Page 76 • Room influence Line Function 1050 Room influence – Control types: When using a room temperature sensor there are 3 different types of control to choose from. Setting Control type ---% Simple control according to outdoor conditions* 1...99% Control according to outdoor conditions with room influence* 100% Control according to room temperature only *: Requires the connection of an outdoor sensor...
  • Page 77 • Quick setback Line Function 1060 Room temperature limitation 1080 Quick setback – Room temperature limitation: The room temperature limitation function enables the heating circuit pump to be deactivated should the room temperature exceed the current room temperature setpoint by more than the adjusted differential.
  • Page 78 • Optimization at switch-on and switch-off Line Function 1090 Optimum start control maximum 1091 Optimum stop control maximum – Optimum start control maximum: The change in temperature levels is optimized in such a way as to reach the comfort setpoint during changeover times.
  • Page 79 • Controlled floor drying function Line Function 1150 Floor curing function 1151 Floor curing setpoint manually 1156 Floor curing day current 1157 Floor curing day completed This function is used in the controlled drying of floors. It adjusts the flow temperature to a tempera- ture profile.
  • Page 80 – Floor curing day completed: Displays the current day of the controlled floor drying function. Important After a power outage, the installation resumes the controlled drying function as it was when the outage occurred. • Operating mode changeover Line Function 1200 Operating mode changeover In case of an external changeover via input H2 (on the extension module only) the operating mode...
  • Page 81: Cooling Circuit 1 Functions

    3-5. Cooling circuit 1 functions Setting Factory Line Access Function Setting range or display increment setting Protection, Automatic, Operating mode Protection Reduced, Comfort Comfort cooling setpoint 17...40°C 0.5°C 24°C Reduced setpoint 5...40°C 26°C Flow temperature setpoint 6...35°C 0.5°C 20°C at OT 25°C Flow temperature setpoint 6...35°C 0.5°C...
  • Page 82 • Operating mode Line Function Operating mode (Off/Automatic) The cooling key on the user interface enables switching between operating modes. – Off: The cooling function is deactivated. – Automatic: The cooling function is automatically activated by the time program (line 907), the holiday program, the occupancy key, or according to the need.
  • Page 83 • Cooling characteristic Line Function Flow temperature setpoint at OT 25°C Flow temperature setpoint at OT 35°C The controller computes the flow temperature required for a given composite outdoor temperature based on the cooling characteristic. This is defined by two reference points (flow temperature set- points at 25°C and 35°C).
  • Page 84 • Summer compensation Line Function Summer compensation start at OT Summer compensation end at OT Summer compensation setpoint increase In summer the “cooling comfort setpoint” (line 902) is gradually increased according to the outdoor temperature. This saves on cooling power and prevents the differences between the ambient tem- perature of the room and the outdoor temperature being too high.
  • Page 85 • Flow setpoint limitation Line Function Flow temperature setpoint minimum at OT 25°C Flow temperature setpoint minimum at OT 35°C It is possible to assign a lower limitation to the cooling flow temperature. The limitation line will be defined by two reference points. In addition, the resulting flow setpoint will have a lower limitation and may not be less than 5°C.
  • Page 86 • Room influence Line Function Room influence – Control types: When using a room temperature sensor there are 3 different types of control to choose from. Setting Control type ---% Simple control according to outdoor conditions* 1...99% Control according to outdoor conditions with room influence* 100% Control according to room temperature only *: Requires the connection of an outdoor sensor...
  • Page 87 • Room temperature limitation setback Line Function Room temperature limitation The room temperature limitation function enables shutting off the cooling circuit pump if the room temperature falls below the adjusted room temperature setpoint (with summer compensation: line 920) by more than the adjusted differential. The cooling circuit pump is reinitialized as soon as the room temperature rises again above the current room temperature setpoint.
  • Page 88 • With primary controller/system pump Line Function With primary controller/system pump This setting specifies whether the cooling circuit is supplied from the primary controller or from the primary pump (depending on the installation). It can also be used to provide cooling to the second zone.
  • Page 89: Domestic Hot Water Functions

    3-6. Domestic hot water functions Setting Factory Line Access Function Setting range or display increment setting 1600 Operating mode Off, On, Eco Reduced setpoint (line Nominal setpoint 1°C 55°C 1612)...65 °C 1610 The backup electrical system is required to reach this level. 8 °C...Nominal setting (line 1612 Reduced setting...
  • Page 90 The control sets the DHW temperature, according to the time program or continuously, to the desired setpoint. The priority of DHW charging over room heating is adjustable in this case. The controller has a legionella function designed for protection against legionella in the storage tank and the pipes. The circulation pump is controlled according to the current time program and operating time.
  • Page 91 • Release Line Function Release of DHW load • 24h/day • Heating circuit time programs 1620 • Time program 4/DHW • Low-tariff • Time program 4/DHW or Low-tariff The “Release” setting determines the time program according to which cooling is released. –...
  • Page 92 Time program Low-tariff Holiday Release status status DHW mode level mode status (Line 1620) (Program 4) (EX2) × × × × Frost protection × × × Frost protection × Low-tariff (OPK) × Inactive Reduced Low-tariff (OPK) × Active Nominal Time program 4 or OPK Nominal Inactive Nominal...
  • Page 93: Swimming Pool Functions

    3-7. Swimming pool functions Factory Line Access Function Setting range or display setting 2055 Setpoint solar heating 8...80°C 26°C 2056 Setpoint source heating 8...35°C 22°C 2057 Switch difference source heating 0.5...3°C 0.5°C 2065 Charging priority solar Priority 1, Priority 2, Priority 3 Priority 1 2080 Setpoint source heating...
  • Page 94: Primary Controller/System Pump

    3-8. Primary controller/system pump Setting Factory Line Access Function Setting range or display increment setting Pump speed maximum 2127 0...100% 100% system pump cooling Pump speed maximum 2154 0...100% 100% system pump - (03-36) - 3-8. Primary controller/system pump 3. Function table...
  • Page 95: Heat Pump Functions

    3-9. Heat pump functions Setting Factory Line Access Function Setting range or display increment setting Pump speed maximum 2779 condenser pump cooling 0...100% 100% mode Pump speed maximum 2793 0...100% 100% condenser pump Overrun time condenser 2803 8...240 seconds 1 second 240 seconds pump Compressor off time...
  • Page 96 • Compressor mod run time Compressor mod run time means the time of compressor frequency indication changed from mini- mum to maximum. If this setting value changes to small, compressor frequency changes more quickly. WARNING If this setting value is too small, the efficiency is decreased due to the compressor frequency changed frequently.
  • Page 97: Energy Meter

    3-10. Energy meter Setting range or Setting Factory Line Access Function display increment setting 3095 Not used 3110 Energy brought in Calculation of total consumed electrical energy 3113 Electrical energy consumed = Electraical energy absorbed by outdoor unit + electric energy absorbed by the heating electrical backup and/or DHW electrical backup (if installed) 3121 Not used...
  • Page 98 Setting range or Setting Factory Line Access Function display increment setting 3174 Energy brought in DHW 8 3175 Energy brought in cooling 8 3177 Not used 3179 3180 Energy brought in heating 9 (N-9) 3181 Energy brought in DHW 9 3182 Energy brought in cooling 9 3184...
  • Page 99: Additional Generator (Boiler Connection)

    3-11. Additional generator (Boiler connection) Setting Factory Line Access Function Setting range or display increment setting Locked Substitute 3692 With DHW charging Substitute Complement Instantly • DHW instantly: When DHW request, the HP and the boiler are put into operation. The HP will stop when the primary return temperature is over 55°C.
  • Page 100 • Over-temperature protection Line Function 3705 Overrun time Overrun time of release for the external source: If the integral indicates another heat deficit before the overrun time has elapsed, the release remains activated. If the set overrun time elapses before the common flow temperature drops below the common flow temperature setpoint, the release is deactivated also.
  • Page 101: Dhw Storage Tank Functions

    3-12. DHW storage tank functions Setting Factory Line Access Function Setting range or display increment setting 5024 Switching differential 0...20°C 1°C 7°C Charging time limitation 10...600 minutes 10 minutes 90 minutes 5030 (with dynamic radiator, adjust 40 minutes) 5055 Re-cooling temperature 10...95°C 1°C 65°C...
  • Page 102 • Heater Line Function 5061 Electric immersion heater release – Electric immersion heater release: • 24 h/day The heater is continuously active regardless of time programs. 24 h • DHW release The heater is controlled according to DHW release. 24 h •...
  • Page 103: Installation Configuration Functions

    3-13. Installation configuration functions Setting Factory Line Access Function Setting range or display increment setting Pre-setting 1,2,3,... 9 This control enables you to choose one of the 4 pre-selected installation configurations. The hydraulic layouts for the various configurations are detailed in the section: “Installation Configurations”.
  • Page 104 Setting Factory Line Access Function Setting range or display increment setting Function input H3 None 0: None, 1: Op'mode change zones + DHW, 2: Optg mode changeover DHW, 3: Op'mode changeover zones, 4: Op'mode changeover zone 1, 5: Op'mode changeover zone 2, 6: Op'mode changeover zone 3, 8: Error/alarm message, 9: Consumer request VK1, 10: Consumer request VK2, 11: Release swi pool source heat, 13: Release swi pool solar, 14: Operating level DHW, 15: Operating level HC1, 16: Operating level HC2, 17: Operating level HC3, 18: Room thermostat HC1,...
  • Page 105 • Pre-settings Line Function 5700 Pre-setting Only pre-setting 1 to 4 are used among 9 availabiles. • Heating circuit/Cooling circuit Line Function 5710 Heating circuit 1 Cooling circuit 1 • 5711 • 4-pipe system • 2-pipe system 5715 Heating circuit 2 –...
  • Page 106 • Electric immersion heater Line Function 5806 Type electric immersion heater flow Within the type of electric backup, 4 settings are possible: – 3-stage: Not used – 2-stage excluding: Not used – 2-stage complementary: The backup 1 starts alone, then the backup 2 starts alone, then the two backups starts simulta- neously.
  • Page 107 • Installation frost protection Line Function 6120 Frost protection for the plant According to the outdoor temperature, the heating circuit pump and the condenser pump are switched on although there is no demand for heat. Outdoor Pump Diagram temperature …-4°C Continuously on -5…1.5°C Set to on for 10 min, approximate...
  • Page 108: Lpb System

    3-14. LPB system Factory Line Access Function Setting range or display setting 6600 Device address 0...16 3-15. Error functions Factory Line Access Function Setting range or display setting 6710 Reset default relays No, Yes 6711 Reset HP No, Yes 6800 History 1 Time, Date, Error code 6802...
  • Page 109 • Error history Line Function 6800 to 6818 Time stamp and history of faults 1 to 10 The controller saves the last 10 faults which have occurred to a non volatile memory. Any new en- try will delete the oldest entry from the memory. A fault code and a time are saved for each fault. Error code list: –...
  • Page 110 Table of error messages which can be displayed: Reset No: Designation of error Location operation Manual Automatic 0: No fault 10: Outdoor sensor BX4 (X84) 30: Flow sensor 1 BX1 (X80) 31: Cooling flow sensor 1 BX1 (X80) 32: Flow sensor 2 BX31 (X153) 33: Heat pump flow temperature sensor error BX1 (X80)
  • Page 111: Service/Special Operation Functions

    3-16. Service/Special operation functions Setting Factory Line Access Function Setting range or display increment setting 7070 HP interval ---, 1...240 months 1 month HP time since maintenance 7071 0...240 months 1 month Reset? (no, yes) Cur starts compressor 1/hrs 7073 0...12 Reset? (no, yes) Emergency operation...
  • Page 112 • Emergency mode If the heat pump is not operating properly, an emergency operation can be maintained. The emer- gency operation enables the installation to be run with the available heaters (flow, DHW tank). In this case, the compressor will remain off. Line Function 7141...
  • Page 113: Input/Output Test Functions

    3-17. Input/Output test functions Setting Factory Line Access Function Setting range or display increment setting Relay test No test This consists of instructing the regulator's relays one by one and checking their outputs. This enables you to check that the relays are working and that the cabling is correct. Check that each appliance in the installation is operating correctly.
  • Page 114 • Relay output testing Selection of a setting from relay testing closes the corresponding relay and therefore switches on the connected component. This makes it possible to check that the relays are in working order and that the wiring has been performed correctly. Line Function 7700...
  • Page 115 • Sensor input testing Displays the temperature of each sensor. Line Function 7820 Sensor temperature BX1 7821 Sensor temperature BX2 7822 Sensor temperature BX3 7823 Sensor temperature BX4 • Input test EX1—3 Line Function 7911 Input EX1 7912 Input EX2 7913 Input EX3 By selecting a setting from input test EX1 to 3, the relevant input will be displayed, enabling it to be...
  • Page 116: State Functions

    3-18. State functions Factory Line Access Function Setting range or display setting 8000 State heating circuit 1 8001 State heating circuit 2 8003 State DHW 8004 State cooling circuit 1 8006 State heat pump 8007 Not used 8010 Not used 8011 State swimming pool 8022...
  • Page 117 • State DHW (8003) End use (Info level) Commissioning, Engineer Thermostat response Thermostat response Manual action active Manual action active Draw-off mode Draw-off mode Adiabatic cooling by collector Adiabatic cooling active Adiabatic cooling via gen/HC Discharge protection active Charging duration limitation active Charging lock active Charging locked Forcing, DHW tank maximum temperature...
  • Page 118 • State cooling circuit 1 (8004) End use (Info level) Commissioning, Engineer Dew point sensor activated Dew point sensor activated Manual action active Manual action active Fault Fault Frost protection active Flow frost protection active Locked, heating mode Lock time after heating Cooling mode locked Locked, generator Locked, storage tank...
  • Page 119 • State swimming pool (8011) End use (Info level) Commissioning, Engineer Manual action active Manual action active Fault Fault Heating mode restriction Heating mode restriction Forced draft Forced draft Heating Generator heating mode Heated, max pool temperature Heated, max pool temperature Heated, generator setpoint Heated Solar heating mode off...
  • Page 120: Diagnostics Heat Generation Functions

    3-19. Diagnostics heat generation functions Factory Line Access Function Setting range or display setting 8400 Compressor 1 Off, On 8402 Electrical resistance flow 1 Off, On 8403 Electrical resistance flow 2 Off, On 8406 Condenser pump Off, On 8407 Speed condenser pump 0...100% Return temperature HP 0...140°C...
  • Page 121 • Hour/Start-up counter Line Function 8450 Hours run compressor 1 8454 Locking time HP 8455 Counter number of locks HP 8456 Hours run electric flow 8457 Start counter electric flow – Hours run compressor 1: This operating line shows the total number of hours run of compres- sor 1 since it was first commissioned.
  • Page 122: Diagnostics Consumers Functions

    3-20. Diagnostics consumers functions Factory Line Access Function Setting range or display setting 8700 Outside temperature -50...50°C Outside temperature minimum 8701 -50...50°C 50°C Reset? (no, yes) Outside temperature maximum 8702 -50...50°C -50°C Reset? (no, yes) Outside temperature attenuated -50...50°C Reset? (no, yes) 8703 This is the average of the outside temperature over a 24-hour period.
  • Page 123 • Outside temperatures Line Function 8700 Outside temperature 8701 Outside temperature minimum 8702 Outside temperature maximum 8703 Outside temperature attenuated 8704 Outside temperature composite The current, minimum, maximum, attenuated, and averaged temperatures are displayed. • Heating circuits Line Function 8730 and 8760 Heating circuit pump 1 and 2 8731 and 8761 Heating circuit mix valve 1 open...
  • Page 124 • Multifunction relay status Line Function 9031 Relay output QX1 9032 Relay output QX2 9033 Relay output QX3 9034 Relay output QX4 9035 Relay output QX5 The switching status of multifunction relays 1 to 5 can be viewed individually on these lines. The display “Off”...
  • Page 125: Electrical Connections

    4. Electrical connections 4-1. Overview of all the electrical connections The wiring diagram for the hydraulic indoor unit is shown in detail on electrical wiring diagrams. RELATED LINKS "1. OUTDOOR UNIT" "2. HYDRAULIC INDOOR UNITS" ¢ Overall layout for a simple installation (1 heating circuit) Wireless remote control (option) Outdoor sensor...
  • Page 126: Electrical Connections On The Hydraulic Indoor Unit

    4-2. Electrical connections on the hydraulic indoor unit CAUTION Ensure that the general electrical power supply has been cut off before starting any repair work. The rearmament of safety thermostat should be done by a professional. • Open the front cover. •...
  • Page 127 Cable passages Sensor cables Power cables - (03-69) - 4-2. Electrical connections on the hydraulic indoor unit 4. Electrical connections...
  • Page 128 Do not place the sensor lines and sector supply lines in parallel to avoid causing inadvertent inter- ference due to voltage points in the sector supply. Ensure that all electrical cables are housed inside the spaces provided for this purpose. –...
  • Page 129: Connections To The Heat Pump Regulator (Accessories And Options)

    4-3. Connections to the heat pump regulator (Accessories and Options) RELATED LINKS "Wiring diagrams" in Chapter 2. HYDRAULIC INDOOR UNITS on page 02-5 ¢ Connection terminals  Heat pump regulator RVS21.827 Low voltage Terminal GND (common with interface PCB) HP error Defrost Uref Compressor modulation...
  • Page 130 Main voltage Terminal Earth Power supply Power shedding Peak time/off-peak times External fault Circulation pump* Backup HTR 1 or Distribution valve for boiler (Single phase model) (inverted) Backup HTR 2 or Boiler control (On/Off) (Single phase model) Distribution valve for DHW (inverted) Backup HTR for DHW *: If the 2...
  • Page 131  Regulation extension kit (UTW-KREXD) Low voltage Terminal X150 Room thermostat or remote control for lower temperature circuit X152 External input* BX31 X153 Flow sensor for lower temperature circuit BX32 Not used BX33 X154 BX34 Swimming pool temperature sensor X100 Heat pump regulator *: Input H33 can be applied to one of several functions.
  • Page 132: Outdoor Sensor

    ¢ Outdoor sensor The outdoor sensor is required for the heat pump to operate correctly. Consult the fitting instructions on the sensor’s packaging. Place the sensor on the coldest part, gen- erally the northern or north-eastern side. In any case, it must not be exposed to morning sun. It must be installed so as to be easily accessible but at least 2.5 m from the floor.
  • Page 133 ¢ Start-up • Make sure that all DIP switches on the interface card are off before starting up. DIP switches should be set off for normal operation. Power supply to the hydraulic indoor unit must be turned off while touching DIP switches. •...
  • Page 134 ¢ Configuring the room thermostat Configure the room thermostat and connect it to the appropriate heating zone: • Hold down the presence key for more than 3 seconds. The room thermostat displays RU and a number flashes. • Turn the wheel to choose the zone (1, 2). If the installation is fitted with 2 rooms thermostats: –...
  • Page 135 ¢ Configuring the remote control (Radio) During commissioning, after an installation period of approximate 3 minutes, the user’s language must be set: • Press the key • Choose menu “Operator section”. • Choose “Language”. • Select the language menu (English, Français, Nederlands, Español, etc.) In the case of 2 heat circuits;...
  • Page 136: Model: Qac34

    5. Outdoor sensor 5-1. Model: QAC34 ¢ Dimension Unit: mm Top view 49.7 24.5 79.8 Front view Side view Rear view Bottom view - (03-78) - 5-1. Model: QAC34 5. Outdoor sensor...
  • Page 137 ¢ Installation Locally purchased ¢ Wiring specifications Size Wire type Remarks Use shielded (Locally purchased) in Outdoor sensor 2 wires connection accordance with the regional cable 0.75 mm cable Maximum cable length: 60 m standard. ¢ Specifications Size (W × H × D) 91.6 ×...

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