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Installer Manual
VENTILATION SYSTEMS
VB0066
Model Numbers
HRV-150
HRV-210
ERV-150
ERV-210
06786-04/12/22

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  • Page 1

    Installer Manual VENTILATION SYSTEMS VB0066 Model Numbers HRV-150 HRV-210 ERV-150 ERV-210 06786-04/12/22...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents ....................4 ERVICE 1.1 3-D Drawing ................4 1.2 Parts Ordering Chart ..............5 1.3 Technical Support ................5 ....................6 IZING & D EFROST ETTING VS EOGRAPHICAL OCATION ................8 ECHNICAL 4.1 Air Distribution (Normal Operation)..........8 4.2 Air Distribution (Defrost Mode) ............8 4.3 Performance Charts..............9-10 4.4 Dimensions ................11 4.5 Controls and Furnace Link Option ..........11...

  • Page 3

    Table of Contents (cont’d) ..........22 NSTALLATION OF THE ONTROLS 8.1 Dimensions and Specifications ..........22 8.2 Installation of the Main Control ..........22-23 8.3 Electrical Connection to Optional Controls ......24 8.4 Electrical Connection to the Furnace ........24 ................25 IRING IAGRAM 10.0 A ..............26-27 ALANCING 11.0 O...

  • Page 4: Service

    Service 3-D D RAWING...

  • Page 5: Parts Ordering Chart

    Service (cont’d) 1.2 P ARTS RDERING HART Description Double collar port #2 00866 00866 00866 00866 Wing nut #10-32 00874 00874 00874 00874 Balancing double collar port 02256 02256 02256 02256 Inlet ring 12913 12913 12913 12913 Motor assembly 13504 13555 13556 13506...

  • Page 6: Sizing

    Sizing These are the two most common methods used to evaluate the ventilation needs of a house: CSA F326 and Canadian Building Code: • High speed: 10 cfm per room 20 cfm for the master bedroom and the basement • Low speed: 40-60% of high speed ASHRAE Standard 62-2001: •...

  • Page 7: Unit Type & Defrost Setting Vs Geographical Location

    Unit Type and Defrost Setting vs Geographical Location...

  • Page 8: Technical Data

    Technical Data 4.1 A ISTRIBUTION ORMAL PERATION Applicable to all model numbers. STALE AIR FRESH AIR TO OUTSIDE FROM OUTSIDE FRESH AIR STALE AIR TO BUILDING FROM BUILDING VF0013 4.2 A ISTRIBUTION EFROST Defrost Mode 1 Applicable to model numbers: •...

  • Page 9: Performance Charts

    Technical Data (cont’d) ERFORMANCE HARTS MODEL NUMBER: ERV-150 Electrical requirements: 120 volts, 1.3 Amps Exhaust Air Transfer Ratio: 0.06 VENTILATION PERFORMANCE External Static Net Supply Gross Air Flow Pressure Air Flow Supply Exhaust in. w.g. Supply (l/s) Exhaust (l/s) Note: Unit operating at maximum speed. VG0041 Gross Airflow - l/s (0.47 l/s = 1 cfm) ENERGY PERFORMANCE...

  • Page 10

    Technical Data (cont’d) ERFORMANCE HARTS ( ’ CONT MODEL NUMBER: HRV-150 Electrical requirements: 120 volts, 1.3 Amps Exhaust Air Transfer Ratio: 0.05 VENTILATION PERFORMANCE External Static Net Supply Gross Air Flow Pressure Air Flow Supply Exhaust in. w.g. Supply (l/s) Exhaust (l/s) Note: Unit operating at maximum speed.

  • Page 11: Dimensions

    Technical Data (cont’d) IMENSIONS 6" (152mm) 13-3/4" (349mm) 30-1/4" (768mm) Model numbers: • ERV-150 • HRV-150 20" (508mm) 0" 2.5" (63mm) VK0040 Model numbers: 6" (152mm) 30-1/4" (768mm) 19" (483mm) • ERV-210 • HRV-210 20" (508mm) 2.5" (63mm) VK0039 ONTROLS AND URNACE PTION Main controls:...

  • Page 12: Typical Installation

    Typical Installation There are three (3) common installation methods. 5.1 F ULLY UCTED YSTEM (Primarily for homes with radiant hot water or electric baseboard heating. See figure 1.) Moist, stale air is exhausted from the high humidity areas in the home, such as bathrooms, kitchen and laundry room.

  • Page 13: Installation

    Installation NSPECT THE ONTENTS OF THE • Inspect the exterior of the unit for shipping damage. Ensure that there is no damage to the door, door latches, door hinges, dampers, duct collars, cabinet, etc. • Inspect the interior of the unit for damage. Ensure that the fan motor assembly, recovery core, insulation, dampers, damper actuator and drain pan are all intact.

  • Page 14: Planning Of The Ductwork

    Installation (cont’d) 6.3 P LANNING OF THE UCTWORK a) Follow the instructions in Section 6.4 below to determine the appropriate duct diameters for your system. b) Keep it simple. Plan for a minimum number of bends and joints. Keep the length of insulated duct to a minimum.

  • Page 15: Example Of A Design For A Fully Ducted System

    Installation (cont’d) 6.4 C ALCULATING THE IZE ( ’ CONT 6.4.2 Example of a design for a fully ducted system for a unit having a high speed performance of 222 cfm (See figure 9) 4” 4” 5” 4” Ø 42 cfm 5”...

  • Page 16: Installing The Ductwork And Registers

    Installation (cont’d) 6.5 Installing the Ductwork and Registers (cont’d) 6.5.2 Exhaust Ducted System (Source Point Ventilation) (as illustrated in Section 5.2) Stale air exhaust ductwork: (same as for Fully Ducted System, described on page 15) Fresh air distribution: WARNING When performing duct connection to the furnace, installation must be done in accordance with all applicable codes and standards.

  • Page 17: Simplified Installation (volume Ventilation)

    Installation (cont’d) 6.5 Installing the Ductwork and Registers (cont’d) 6.5.3 Simplified installation (Volume Ventilation) (as illustrated in Section 5.3) WARNING When performing duct connection to the furnace, installation must be done in accordance with all applicable codes and standards. Please refer to your local building code. CAUTION When performing connection to the furnace ducts (Method 1), these ducts must be sized to support the additional airflow produced by the HRV/ERV.

  • Page 18: Connecting Duct To The Unit

    Installation (cont’d) 6.6 C ONNECTING UCTS TO THE Insulated flexible duct Use the following procedure for connecting the insulated flexible duct to the ports on the unit (exhaust to outside and fresh air from outside). a) Pull back the insulation to expose the flexible duct. b) Connect the interior flexible duct to the port using a duct tie.

  • Page 19: Installing The Exterior Hoods

    Installation (cont’d) 6.7 I NSTALLING THE XTERIOR OODS CAUTION All models require an exhaust hood with a backdraft damper. This damper closes when the unit is off and prevents unwanted cold air from entering the house. 6”Ø Choose appropriate location (152 mm) installing the exterior hoods: Intake...

  • Page 20: Control Devices

    Control Devices Main Controls CAUTION All models require a main control. Basic model Electronic model CONDENSATI0N CONTROL CONDENSATI0N CONTROL °C -20 C -4°F -4° 41°F 41°F AIR SUPPLY CONTRO CONDENSATION CONTROL MAXIMUM SPEED AIR EXCHANGE IN PROGRESS AIR SUPPLY CONTRO MIN.

  • Page 21: Other Features

    Control Devices (cont’d) 7.3 O THER EATURES (for forced air heating system) URNACE INTERLOCK The furnace fan can be interlocked so that it will run simultaneously with the ERV or HRV to ensure proper distribution of fresh air throughout the house (see table section 7.4, to see if it is available on your unit). ERMANENT MEMORY Our electronic controls have a default memory feature in the event of a power outage.

  • Page 22: Installation Of The Controls

    Installation of the Controls 8.1 D IMENSIONS AND PECIFICATIONS ONTROLS Voltage: 12 volts DC " (35 mm) Dimensions: 5” x 5” x 1 3/8” 5" (127 mm) (127 mm x 127 mm x 35 mm) VC0016 FRONT VIEW SIDE VIEW 8.2 I NSTALLATION OF THE ONTROL...

  • Page 23: Installation Of The Main Control

    Installation of the Controls (cont’d) 8.2 I NSTALLATION OF THE ONTROL (cont’d) 4- Connect the wires to the main control. (See figure 17.) figure 17 5- Make sure the instruction pull-out is in the occupant’s language. If not, turn it to the other side. (See figure 18.) 6- Reinstall the cover plate and the button(s).

  • Page 24: Electrical Connection To Optional Controls

    Installation of the Controls (con’d) 8.3 E LECTRICAL ONNECTION TO PTIONAL ONTROLS MAIN PC BOARD REAR VIEW PUSH-BUTTON SWITCHES (5 switches maximum) VE0036A 8.4 E LECTRICAL ONNECTION TO THE URNACE WARNING Never connect a 120-volt AC circuit to the terminals of the furnace interlock (standard wiring). Only use the low voltage class 2 circuit of the furnace blower control.

  • Page 25: Wiring Diagram

    Wiring Diagram WARNING Risk of electrical shocks. Before performing any maintenance or servicing, always disconnect the unit from its power source. Logic OCOLY ABCDEFG...

  • Page 26: Air Flow Balancing

    10.0 Air Flow Balancing HAT YOU EED TO ALANCE THE • A magnehelic gauge capable of measuring 0 to 0.25 inch of water (0 to 62.5 Pa) and 2 plastic tubes. • Two ”Flow Measuring Stations” or two flow collars (the size will vary depending on the duct diameter).

  • Page 27

    10.0 Air Flow Balancing (cont’d) ALANCING ROCEDURE 1. Set the unit to high speed. Make sure that the furnace blower is ON if the installation is in any way connected to the ductwork of the cold air return. If not, leave furnace blower OFF. If the outside temperature is below 0°C / 32°F, make sure the unit is not running in defrost while balancing.

  • Page 28: Overall Verification

    11.0 Overall Verification 11.1 ONTROLS This procedure allows the installer to verify that all modes of operation are fully functional. During the verification of a main control, make sure that all optional remote controls are inactive. BASIC (6 different control scenarios to be tested) CONDENSATI0N CONTROL Set the slider Set condensation control...

  • Page 29: Maintenance / Instructions For User

    12.0 Maintenance / Instructions for User WARNING Risk of electrical shocks. Before performing any maintenance or servicing, always disconnect the unit from its power source. • Review with the user the steps required for the regular maintenance of her/his ventilation system. These steps are described in details in the user manual: FOUR TIMES A YEAR: •...

  • Page 30: Troubleshooting

    13.0 Troubleshooting NOTE: Inspect the unit before proceeding with these steps. Start-up troubleshooting: Problems Possible causes You should try this 1. Unit does not work. • The circuit board may be defective. VE0082 • Unplug the unit. Disconnect the main control and the optional(s) control(s) (if need be).

  • Page 31: Troubleshooting

    13.0 Troubleshooting (cont’d) Problems Possible causes You should try this 4. The 20-minute push-button • The switch or the 20/40/60-minute may be defective. push-button timer does not workOR its indicator light does not stay on. VE0067 • Unplug the unit. Disconnect the main control and the optional(s) control(s) (if need be).

  • Page 32: Warranty

    14.0 Warranty The standard warranty for the HRV or ERV unit is one year parts only. If this product was installed with a matched MAYTAG system, it carries a 10-year parts only warranty. 15.0 References • HVI, “Installation Manual for Heat Recovery Ventilators”, 1987 edition.

This manual also for:

Erv-210, Hrv-150, Hrv-210

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