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K20100EN ed.

TCAEY-THAEY TXAEY 117 133


Compact-Y range

115233

Microsystem 15,3933,99 kW 16,8439,14 kW

Air-cooled water chillers, heat pumps and polyvalent units with axial fans. Range with hermetic Scroll type compressors and R410A ecological refrigerant.

Contents

Contents

Gener al ch aracteristics ......................................4 Intended c onditions of use....................................4 New Compact-Y series .......................................5 Energy-savi ng, reliable and versatile water chillers and heat pumps ........................................5 Pol yvalent EXPSYSTEMS units in R410A for efficient energy use................................................5 Guide to choosing a unit ...................................6 AdaptiveFunction ................................................6 AdaptiveFunction Plu s.......................................7 TCAEY-THAEY 115233 models ......................9 Construction features Standard installation.......9 Potential i nstallati ons .............................................9 Electrical panel .......................................................9 Option with STANDARD control .........................9 Option with c ompati ble contr ol ......9 TCAEY-THAEY 115233 accessories ...........10 Factor y fitted access ories ...................................10 Factor y fitted access ories with STANDARD control ....................................................................10 Factor y fitted access ories with c ompatible control ..............................................10 Accessories s upplied l oose ................................10 Accessories s upplied l oose with STANDARD control ....................................................................10 Accessories s upplied l oose with c ompati ble control ..............................................10 TXAEY 117133 mod els ...................................11 Construction features Standard installation.....11 Potential i nstallati ons ...........................................11 EXP electrical board characteristics .................11 TXAEY 117133 accessories ..........................12 Factor y fitted access ories ...................................12 Accessories s upplied l oose ................................12 Technical dat a ....................................................13 Energy efficienc y at partial loads - ESEER index.......................................................................21 TXAEY oper ating principle..............................22 AUTOMATIC mode - multi-seas on ...................22 SELECT mode - multi-season ............................22 Diagram of AUTOMATIC operating mode.......22 Diagram of SELECT operating mode ................22 Operati ng logic .....................................................23 The competiti ve advantages of the pol yvalent system....................................................................23 Applications of the polyv alent system ........24 2-pipe-s ystems .....................................................24 4-pipe s ys tems .....................................................24 Example of water circuit......................................24 Electronic controls for TCAEY THAEY 115233 mod els..................................................25 STANDARD control.............................................25 KTR1 - Remote keypad for STANDARD control ................................................................................25 Compatible control ........................26 KTR Remote keypad for compatible control ..............................................26 Electronic controls for TXAEY 117133 models ..................................................................27 Electronic c ontr ol..................................................27 KTR Remote keyboard ....................................27 Serial conn ection ...............................................28 Serial connec tion for STANDARD control .......28 Supervision ...........................................................28 Serial connec tion for c ompati ble control ....................................................................28 Supervision ...........................................................28 KSC Cloc k card.................................................28

Performance........................................................29 Choice of a chiller or heat pump and us e of the perfor manc e tables ..............................................29 Performance dat a for TCAEY-THAEY 115233 mod els..................................................30 RC100 and DS15 acc essories: performanc es and press ure drops ..............................................33 Pressure drops, residual static press ure..........34 TCAEY-THAEY pr essur e drops and r esidual static pr essur e....................................................35 Performance dat a for TXAEY 117133 models ..................................................................36 Pressure drops, pump us eful s tatic pressur e..39 TXAEY pressur e drops and residual static pressur e ...............................................................40 Operating limits for TCAEY-THAEY models ................................................................................41 Operating limits for TXAEY models..............41 Dimensions and footprints..............................42 TCAEY THAEY 115130 di mensions and footprints, P1 i nstallati on.....................................42 Installation .............................................................42 Weights ..................................................................42 Clearances and positioning ................................42 Movement..............................................................42 TCAEY THAEY 115130 di mensions and footprints, ASP1 installation ...............................43 Installation .............................................................43 Weights ..................................................................43 Clearances and positioning ................................43 Movement..............................................................43 TCAEY THAEY 133233 di mensions and footprints, Standard, P1 P2, ASP1 ASP2 installation .............................................................44 Installation .............................................................44 Weights ..................................................................44 Clearances and positioning ................................44 Movement..............................................................44 TXAEY 117130 di mensions and footprints, P1 installation .............................................................45 Installation .............................................................45 Weights ..................................................................45 Clearances and positioning ................................45 Movement..............................................................45 TXAEY 133 di mensions and footprints, Standard, P1 P2, ASP1 ASP2 installation 46 Installation .............................................................46 Weights ..................................................................46 Clearances and positioning ................................46 Movement..............................................................46 W ater connections ............................................47 Connection to the s ystem ...................................47 Pump ins tallation..................................................47 Tank & Pump installation ....................................47 Minimum water circuit content ...........................47 Maxi mum water circuit content ..........................47 Water data.............................................................47 Expansion tank technic al data ...........................47 Use of anti-freez e solutions ............................47 W ater circuits in TC AEY-THAEY models with STANDARD electronic control.......................48 W ater circuits in TC AEY-THAEY models with electronic control ........................49 W ater circuits in T XAEY mod els....................50 TCAEY-THAEY electric connections with STANDARD control...........................................51 TCAEY-THAEY electric connections with compatible control......................53 Electric connections in TXAEY models.......55

TCAEY-THAEY-TXAEY 115233

general characteristics

General characteristics
Intended conditions of use
TCAEY units ar e pac kaged air-cooled water chillers. THAEY units ar e pac kaged air-cooled reversible heat- pumps on the refrigerant c ycle. They ar e intended for use i n conditioning plants where a suppl y of chilled water (TCAEY) or chilled and hot water (THAEY), is required. Not suitabl e for drinking water. The units ar e designed for outdoor installation. The TXAEY units are air-cooled polyvalent units with full heat recovery. They ar e intended for use i n air conditi oning or industrial process applications where, in any season, there is the requirement for chilled water or heated water, simultaneousl y or independentl y, in s ystems with 2 or 4 pipes, which are not for domes tic water or direct consumption. The units ar e designed for outdoor installation. The units c omply with the following directi ves: Machiner y Directi ve 98/37/EC (MD); Low voltage Directi ve 2006/95/EC (LVD); Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 89/336/EEC (EMC); Pressure Equipment Directive 97/23/EEC (PED).

Guide to reading the cod e "SERIES" code "MODEL" code

C
Cooling onl y

1-2

1533

Water produc tion unit

H
Heat pump Air-cooled

Scroll-type hermetic compressors

R410A refrigerant fluid

No. compress ors

Approxi mate cooling capacity (in kW)

X
Pol yvalent unit

Possible in stallations for TCAEY-THAEY 115233 mod els: Standard: Installation without pump (onl y available for models 133 and 233). Pump: P1 Ins tallation with pump. P2 Ins tallation with high static press ure pump ( onl y availabl e for models 133 and 233). Tank & Pump: ASP1 Ins tallati on with pump and water buffer tank. ASP2 Ins tallati on with high static pr essure pump and water buffer tank (onl y available for models 133 and 233).

Possible in stallations for TXAEY 117133 models: Standard: Installation without pump (onl y available for model 133). Pump: P1 Ins tallation with pump. P2 Ins tallation with high static press ure pump ( onl y availabl e for model 133). Tank & Pump: ASP1 Ins tallati on with pump and water buffer tank (onl y available for model 133). ASP2 Ins tallati on with high static pr essure pump and water buffer tank (onl y available for model 133).

Example: TCAEY 124 ASP1 o Cold water onl y unit; o Air-cooled; 1 x Scroll hermetic compressor; R410A refrigerant; Nominal cooling c apacity of approxi mately 24 kW. With pump and water buffer tank.

TCAEY-THAEY-TXAEY 115233 New Compact-Y series


Energy-saving, reliable and versatile water chillers and heat pumps
A comp lete, flexible ser ies Eight new water c hillers and heat pumps from 15 to 34 kW in R 410A, which can be fitted with the i nnovati ve Ad aptiveFunction Plus c ontrol logic developed by RHOSS S.p.A. in partnership with the U niversity of Padua, to obtain optimal comfort l evels in all wor king conditions and the best possibl e performanc e in ter ms of energy efficienc y during seas onal operation. AdaptiveFunction Plu s provi des a comfort and energy s aving guarantee! LOW ENERGY CONSUMPTION water chillers and heat pumps The AdaptiveFunction Plu s Econom y function combines c omfort with l ow energy c ons umption. In fact, by adjusti ng the set-point value, it opti mises compressor operation on the basis of the actual wor king conditi ons. It is thus possible to achi eve significant s easonal energy savi ngs compared to water chillers and heat pumps of an equivalent power with traditional control logic. HIGH PRECISION water chiller s and h eat pumps By using the AdaptiveFunction Plus Pr ecision function, it is possi ble to ac hieve as littl e fluctuation as possibl e, at partial capacities , in terms of the average s et-point water temperature deli vered to the users. Guaranteed reliabilit y, even with water in the pipes only Thanks to the Virtual T ank functi on, Compac t-Y units with AdaptiveFunction Plu s can operate i n s ystems with a low water content of down to 2 litres/kW, even without the pres enc e of a water buffer tank, whilst s till guaranteei ng the reliability and good worki ng order of the unit over ti me. Estimation of the syst em's therm al inertia Compact-Y units with AdaptiveFunction Plus are abl e to esti mate the characteristics of the thermal i nertia that regulates the s ystem dynamics. T his is possi ble thanks to the " ACM Autotuning functi on, which proc esses the information relati ve to the progress of the water temperatures, identifying the opti mal value of the control parameters. Continuous system autodiagnosis The es timation function is al ways acti ve and makes it possibl e to adapt the c ontr ol par ameters quic kl y to every change in the water circuit and thus i n the s ystem water contents.

general characteristics

Polyvalent EXPSYSTEMS units in R410A for efficient energy use


Efficient en erg y u se EXPS YSTE MS is a latest generation pol yval ent ecol ogical system, designed by RHOSS S.p.A. to offer c ooling, heati ng and hot water simultaneousl y or independently at any time of year, whilst guaranteeing efficient energy usage. Energy s avings are very high, with COP values of over 6 during the si multaneous production of chilled and hot water. With EXP SYST EMS , EFFICIENCY, RELIABILITY AND VERSATILITY ar e guaranteed, whilst offering greater environmental protec tion. Polyvalent units for residential and light commer cial applications Four new units from 17 to 34 kW in R 410A, able to c ater for the typical demands of 2 and 4-pipe s ystems i n a flexible fas hion, so much s o in fact that they can be used in existing s ystems without any modific ations. They come compl ete with a wi de range of acc essories, which c an also be s upplied factor y fitted.

TCAEY-THAEY-TXAEY 115233 Guide to choosing a unit


Thanks to the wi de range of versions and cons truction options, the new Compact-Y s eries is able to meet a wi de r ange of design and s ys tem requirements: s ystems targeted at energy savi ng, precision requirements for process applicati ons or the need to be able to s uppl y hot water too.

general characteristics

On the basis of your requirements, the following diagram makes it possible to s elect the unit that best meets them. It als o provi des further information on AdaptiveFunction Plu s and AdaptiveFunction adapti ve l ogics relative to the different versions in the range.

Standard cooling or heating applications

Energy-savi ng applications

Precision applications (recommended set-up ASP1-ASP2)

Energy-savi ng applications with hot water producti on.

AdaptiveFunction
TCAEY-THAEY 115233 with STANDARD control TXAEY 117133 with control The AdaptiveFunction control logic makes it possible to adapt the chiller/heat pump oper ating parameters to the wor king conditions of the system in which it is installed, wor king parti ally as a water buffer tank simulator. This makes it possibl e to reduces the litres/kW of the s ystem itself, guaranteeing compr essor safety and the reliability of the machi ne over time. Approximatel y 4 litr es/kW are required in a s ystem fitted with a chiller with AdaptiveFunction adapti ve c ontrol and at least 10 litres/kW in a s ystem fitted with a c hiller without adapti ve c ontrol. However, it is evident that in process applications where more accurate water temperature c ontrol is required, it is always preferable to use a water buffer tank or a greater sys tem water content, which guar antees high sys tem thermal inerti a.

TCAEY-THAEY-TXAEY 115233 AdaptiveFunction Plus


TCAEY-THAEY 115233 with control The new AdaptiveFunction Plu s adapti ve regul ation has been excl usivel y patented by RHOSS S.p.A. It is the result of a long partnership with the University of Padua. The various algorithm devel opment operations were i mplemented and validated on units in the Compact-Y range in the RHOSS S.p.A. R esearc h&Dev elopment Laboratory using numerous tes t campaigns.

general characteristics

Main functions
To guarantee optimal unit operation in the s ys tem in which it is installed. Evolved adaptive logic. To obtain the best performance from a c hiller in terms of energy efficienc y at full and partial c apacities. Low consumption chiller.

Objectives

Efficiency or Precision
Thanks to the evolved c ontrol, it is possibl e to run the chiller on two different regulation s etti ngs to obtain the bes t possible performance in terms of energ y efficienc y and considerable seas onal savings, or high water delivery temperature precision:

Operating logic
In general, the actual control logics on water chillers/heat pumps do not consider the characteristics of the s ys tem in which the units are installed; they usuall y regul ate the return water temperature and are positioned so as to ensure the operation of the chillers, givi ng less priority to the s ys tem requirements. The new AdaptiveFunction Plu s adapti ve logic counters these logics with the objecti ve of optimising the c hiller operation on the basis of the system char acteristics and the effecti ve thermal load. T he c ontr oller regulates the deli ver y water temperature and adjusts itself, as and when required, to the relative oper ating conditions usi ng: the i nfor mation c ontained in the return and deli ver y water temperature to estimate the wor king conditions thanks to a c ertain mathematical for mula; a special adapti ve algorithm that us es this esti mate to vary the val ues and the start-up and s witch- off limit values of the c ompressors; the opti mised compress or start-up management guar antees a pr ecision water suppl y to the user, reduci ng the fluctuati on around the set- point val ue.

1. Low consumption chiller: Economy option


It is well known that chillers wor k at full c apacity for j ust a ver y s mall percentage of their operating time, while they wor k at partial capacity for most of the s eas on. Therefore, the power they need to s upply generally differs from the nominal design power, and oper ation at partial capacity has a notic eable effec t on seasonal energy perfor manc e and consumpti on. This makes it nec essar y to run the unit s o that it is as efficient as possible at partial c apacity. T he c ontr oller therefore ensures that the water delivery temperature is as high as possible ( when operating as a chiller) or as l ow as possibl e (when operating as a heat pump) whilst c ompati ble with the thermal loads, meani ng that it is on a sliding scale, unlike in traditi onal s ystems. T his prevents energy wastage linked to the mai ntenance of pointlessl y onerous temperature l evels for the chiller, ens uring that the rati o between the power to be supplied and the energy to be us ed to produce it is always at an optimum level. Fi nall y the right level of comfort is availabl e to everyone!

Summer season: a unit that oper ates with a sliding set-point enables s easonal energy savi ngs of around 8% c ompared to a traditi onal unit that operates with a fi xed s et-point.

W inter season: a unit that operates with a sliding set-point enables s easonal energy savi ngs of around 13% compared to a traditional unit that operates with a fi xed s etpoint. Calculations carried out demonstrate that seasonal c ons umption is equi val ent to that of a CLASS A mac hine.

Annual: efficienc y over the annual operation of the unit i n heat pump mode. AdaptiveFunction Plu s, with the Econom y functi on, enables the c hiller assembl y to operate energy-saving programmes whilst still providing the required level of s ervic e.

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X Y

Year divi ded into months (1 Januar y, 2 Februar y, etc.). Energy cons umption ( kWh). Unit with fi xed Set-point Unit with sliding Set-poi nt

X Y

Year divi ded into months (1 Januar y, 2 Februar y, etc.). Energy cons umption ( kWh). Unit with fi xed Set-point Unit with sliding Set-poi nt

Year divi ded into months (1 Januar y, 2 Februar y, etc.). Energy efficienc y kWh s upplied / kWh absorbed. Unit with fi xed Set-point Unit with sliding Set-poi nt

Analysis performed by comparing the operation of a Compact-Y heat pump unit with AdaptiveFunction Plus logic that operates with a fixed set-point (7C in the summer and 45C in the winter) or with a sliding set-point (range between 7 and 14 C in the summer, range betw een 35 and 45C in the winter) for an office building in Milan.

TCAEY-THAEY-TXAEY 115233

general characteristics

2. High precision: Precision option


In this operating mode, the unit wor ks at a fi xed set-point and, thanks to the delivery water temper ature control and the evolved r egulation logic, at a capacity of between 50% and 100% it is possible to guar antee an aver age fluctuati on from the water suppl y temperature of approximatel y 1.5 C from the set-point value compared to an average fluctuation over ti me of approximatel y 3C, which is normall y obtained with s tandar d return control. The Pr ecision option thus guarantees precision and reliability for all thos e applicati ons that require a regulator that guar antees a more accur ate constant water s upply temperature, and wher e there are particular damp c ontr ol requirements . However, in process applications it is always advisable to us e a water buffer tank or a greater s ystem water content to guarantee higher s ystem ther mal inertia.

s FC

fluctuation capacity Unit with water buffer tank, 4 litres/kW i n the s ys tem and return c ontrol. Unit with water buffer tank, 2 litres/kW i n the s ys tem and deliver y control with Precision AdaptiveFunction Plu s function

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The chart illustrates the fluctuations of the water temperature from the set value for the various capacities, demonstrating how a unit w ith delivery control and the AdaptiveFunc tion Plus Precision function guarantees greater water supply temperature precision.

Virtual Tank: guaranteed reliability, even with water in the pipes only
A low water content in the s ystem c an caus e the c hiller units /heat pumps to be unreliable and c an generate s ystem instability and l ac k of perfor mance. Thanks to the Virtual Tank function, this is no longer a problem. T he unit can operate in s ystems with just 2 litr es/kW in the pipes given that the control is able to c ompensate for the l ac k of inerti a specific to a water buffer tank, " muffling" the control signal, preventing the compressor from s witchi ng on and off in an unti mel y fashi on and reducing the average fl uctuation of the s et-poi nt value.

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T t T1

Water temperature (C) Time (s) Set-point temper ature Deliver y temperature with Virtual Tank Deliver y temperature without Virtual Tank

The chart shows the various chiller outlet temperatures considering capacity of 80%. We can observe how the temperatures of the unit with AdaptiveFunction Plus l ogic and the Virtual Tank function is far less varied and more stable over time, w ith average temperatures closer to the w orking set-point compared to a unit without the Virtual Tank function. Moreover, w e can see how the unit w ith AdaptiveFunction Plus logic and the Virtual Tank function sw itches the compressor on less often over the same period of time, w ith obvious advantages in terms of energy consumption and system reliability.

ACM Autotuning compressor management


AdaptiveFunction Plu s enables the C ompact-Y units to adapt to the s ystem they are ser ving, s o as to always identify the best c ompressor operating parameters in the different worki ng conditions . During the initi al operating phases, the special Autotuning functi on enables the Compact-Y unit with Ad aptiveFunction Plus to esti mate the thermal inertia characteristics that regulate the s ys tem dynamics. T he func tion, which is automaticall y acti vated when the unit is s witc hed on for the first ti me, executes a number of s et oper ating c ycles, during which it proc esses the information r elati ve to the water temperatures. It is thus possible to esti mate the physical c harac teristics of the s ystem and to identify the opti mal val ue of the par ameters to be used for the control. At the end of this initi al auto-es timate phase, the Autotuning func tion r emains acti ve, making it possible to adapt the control parameters quickl y to ever y change in the water circuit and thus in the s ystem water contents.

TCAEY-THAEY 115233 TCAEY-THAEY 115233 models


Construction features Standard installation
Load-bearing structure and panels in galvanised and painted sheet s teel; base in galvanised s heet steel. Hermetic, Scroll-type r otar y c ompressors, complete with internal thermal protection and crankcase heater (for models 127233) activated automaticall y when the unit stops (as long as the power s uppl y to the unit is preser ved). Water side, braz e welded plate heat exc hanger in stainless s teel, compl ete with antifreeze electric heater and s uitabl y insul ated. Air side heat exc hanger c omprised of a coil of copper pipes and aluminium fi ns. Double electric axial fan with external rotor, equipped with inter nal ther mal pr otecti on and complete with protec tion grille for models 115130 and indivi dual fan for models 133-233. Male threaded water c onnections. Differential pressur e s witch that protects the unit from any i nterruptions to the water flow. Refrigerant circuit made from annealed copper pipi ng (EN 12735-1-2) complete with: drier filter, charge connecti ons, safety pressure switch on the high pressure side, press ure switch on the low pressure si de, safety valve (for models 127233), thermos tatic expansion val ve ( 2 for THAEY, 3 for models 133-233), cycle i nversion val ve (for THAEY), liquid receiver (for THAEY) and chec k valves (2 for THAEY), and gas s eparator (for models 133233). Unit with IP24 level of protec tion. Possibility to selec t two c ontrols: STANDARD, with Adaptive Function; compati ble with Adaptive Function Plus. The unit is c omplete with the R410A refrigerant charge. protecti on fuse for auxiliar y circuit; compressor power contactor; anti-distur banc e networ k filter; compressor pr otecti on phase s equence monitor; unit protec tion against l ac k of a power suppl y phase; transfor mer for elec tronic c ontrol; user interface ter minal board; remote unit c ontrol. Programmable elec tronic boar d with microproc essor, c ontrolled by the keypad inserted in the machine. This electronic board performs the following functi ons: Regulation and management of the inl et water temperature s et points ; of c ycle reversal (THAEY); of the safety ti mer delays ; of the circulating pump; of the compr essor and s ystem pump hour-run meter; of temperature defrost cycles (THAEY); of the electronic anti-freeze protecti on which cuts in automatic ally when the mac hine is s witc hed off; and of the functi ons which control the operation of the indi vidual parts making up the machine; complete protection of the unit, automatic emergenc y shutdown and dis play of the alarms which have been acti vated; visual indic ation of the pr ogrammed set points via the display; of the in/out water temperature vi a the display; of the alar ms via the display; and of c ooling/heat-pump operating mode via led (THAEY); self-diagnosis with continuous monitoring of the func tioni ng of the unit; user interface menu; alarm c ode and descripti on; Advanced functions: set up for serial connection (KIS and KCH accessor y); chec k-up and monitoring of scheduled maintenanc e status ; testing of the units assisted by c omputer; self-diagnosis with continuous monitoring of the func tioni ng of the unit; with Ad aptive Fun ction.

construction features

Potential installations
Standard Installation without pump (onl y availabl e for models 133 and 233). Pump P1 Installation with pump. Pump P2 Installation with high s tatic pressure pump for models 133 233 (available as a factor y fitted acc essor y). Tank & Pump ASP1 Installation with pump and water buffer tank. The inertial water buffer tank is i nstalled on the water circuit deli ver y pipe. Tank & Pump ASP2 Installation with high static press ure pump and storage pump for models 133 233 (available as a fac tor y fitted accessor y). The inertial water buffer tank is installed on the water circuit deliver y pipe.

Option with compatible control


Electrical board accessibl e by openi ng the front panel, c onforming with c urrent IEC standards, and whic h can be opened and closed with a s uitable tool. Compl ete with: electrical wiring arranged for power suppl y 400-3ph+N-50Hz; auxiliary power suppl y 230V-1ph-50Hz drawn from the main power s upply; general isolator, c omplete with door interloc king isolator; automatic compr essor protecti on s witc h; protecti on fuse for auxiliar y circuit; compressor power c ontactor; remote unit c ontrol.

Electrical panel Option with STANDARD control


Electrical board accessibl e by openi ng the front panel, c onforming with c urrent IEC standards, and whic h can be opened and closed with a s uitable tool. Compl ete with: electrical wiring arranged for power suppl y 400-3ph+N-50Hz; auxiliary power suppl y 230V-1ph-50Hz drawn from the main power s upply; general isolator, c omplete with door interloc king isolator; automatic compr essor protecti on s witc h;

Programmable elec tronic boar d with microproc essor, c ontrolled by the keypad inserted in the machine. This electronic board performs the following functi ons: Regulation and management of the outl et water temperature s et points ; of c ycle reversal (THAEY); of the safety ti mer delays ; of the circulating pump; of the compr essor and s ystem pump hour-run meter; of the el ectronic antifreeze protection which c uts i n automaticall y when the machine is s witched off; and of the functi ons whic h control the operation of the indivi dual parts making up the mac hine; complete protection of the unit, automatic emergenc y shutdown and dis play of the alarms which have been acti vated; compressor pr otecti on phase s equence monitor; unit protec tion against l ow or high phase power suppl y voltage; visual indic ation of the pr ogrammed set points on the dis play; of the inlet/outlet water temperature vi a the display; of the alar ms via the display; and of c ooling/heat-pump operating mode via LEDs (for THAEY models); self-diagnosis with continuous monitoring of the func tioni ng of the unit; user interface menu; alarm c ode and descripti on; alarm histor y management (menu protected by manufacturer password). The followi ng is memorised for each alarm: date and time of inter venti on (if the KSC accessor y is present); alarm c ode and descripti on; inlet/outlet water temperatur es when the alarm inter vened; alarm delay time from the s witc h-on of the connected device; compressor status at moment of alarm; Advanced functions: configured for s erial connec tion (KR S485, KFTT10, KRS232 and KUSB acc essor y); possibility to have a digital input for remote management of the double s et point (contact RHOSS S.p.A. pre-sales ). possibility to have an analogue input for the scrolling set-point vi a a 4-20mA remote signal (contact RHOSS S.p.A. pre-sales ); configured for management of ti me bands and operation parameters with the possibility of daily/weekl y operating programs (KSC accessor y); chec k-up and monitoring of scheduled maintenanc e status ; testing of the units assisted by c omputer; self-diagnosis with continuous monitoring of the func tioni ng of the unit. Set-point regulation via the AdaptiveFunction Plu s with two options: fixed s et-poi nt (Pr ecision options); scrolling set-point (Economy opti on).

TCAEY-THAEY 115233 TCAEY-THAEY 115233 accessories


Factory fitted accessories
P2 Ins tallation with high static press ure pump (available for models 133 and 233). ASP2 Ins tallati on with high static pr essure pump and water buffer tank (onl y available for models 133 and 233). RAA water buffer tank antifreeze electric heater (available for installations ASP1 ASP2). RPB Coil protection networ ks. RCC Compressor crankcase heater (for models 115124). TRD Thermostat with des uperheater (DS15DS151) and recover y unit (RC100-RC100 1) inlet water temperature dis play, with possibility to set the acti vation s et-poi nt of an external regulation device (if pres ent).

accessories

Accessories supplied loose


KSA Anti-vibr ation supports .

Accessories supplied loose with STANDARD control


KTR1 Remote keypad for remote control, with the s ame functi ons as the one built into the unit. KFI1 Proportional electr onic device for the pressurised and c ontinuous regulation of the fan rotati on s peed down to an external air temperature of -10C when operating as a chiller and up to an external air temperature of 30C when operating as a heat pump. KIS RS485 serial interfac e for logical dial ogue with buildi ng automation and super vision systems (supported pr otoc ols: proprietary protoc ol; ModBus RTU). KCH RS232 hardware key for connection to super vision s ystems, to be associ ated with one or mor e KIS serial interfac e modules in the case of centralised unit management (200 units can be c onnected at a distanc e of up to 1,000 m).

Accessories supplied loose with compatible control


KTR Remote keypad for c ontrol at a distanc e with r ear illumi nated LCD display (same functi ons as the one built into the mac hine). KFI Proportional electronic device for the pressurised and c ontinuous regulation of the fan rotati on s peed down to an external air temperature of -10C when operating as a chiller and up to an external air temperature of 30C when operating as a heat pump. KSC Cloc k car d to displ ay date/time and to regulate the machine with dail y/weekl y start/stop ti me bands, with the possi bility to change the set- points . KRS485 RS485 serial interfac e c ard to create dialogue networks between c ards (maximum of 200 units at a maxi mum distanc e of 1,000) and building automation, external super vision systems or RHOSS S.p.A. s upervision s ystems (supported protocols: proprietar y protoc ol; Modbus RTU). KFTT10 FTT10 serial i nterface c ard for connection to super vision s ystems (LonWor ks system compliant with Lonmar k 8090-10 protoc ol with c hiller profile). KISI C AN bus serial interfac e (Contr oller Area Network compatible with evol ved hydronic system for integrated c omfort management (protocol s upported CanOpen). KRS232 RS485/RS232 serial c onverter for interconnec tion between RS485 serial networ k and super vision s ystems with s erial connec tion to PC via RS232 s erial port (RS232 c able provided). KUSB RS485/USB serial c onverter for interconnec tion between RS485 serial networ k and super vision s ystems with s erial connec tion to PC via USB port (USB cable pr ovided). KMDM GSM 900-1800 modem kit to be connected to the unit or the management of the parameters and any alarm signals on a remote basis. The kit c onsists of a GSM modem with relative RS232 card. It is nec essar y to purchas e a SIM data card, not s upplied by RHOSS S.p.A. KRS RHOSS S.p.A. s upervision s oftware for unit monitoring and remote management. The kit c onsists of a CD-Rom and hardware key.

Factory fitted accessories with STANDARD control


FI10 1 Proportional el ectronic devic e for the pressurised and c ontinuous regulation of the fan rotati on s peed down to an external air temperature of -10C when operating as a chiller and up to an external air temperature of 30C when operating as a heat pump (for models with STANDARD electronic c ontr ol ). DS15 1 Desuperheater compl ete with antifreeze electric heater, the access ory is also complete with c ondens ation control (FI10 1 for models 133-233). RC100 1 H eat recovery unit with 100% recover y, c omplete with antifreeze elec tronic heater and c ondensati on c ontr ol (FI10 1 for models 133-233).

Factory fitted accessories with compatible control


FI10 1 Proportional el ectronic devic e for the pressurised and c ontinuous regulation of the fan rotati on s peed down to an external air temperature of -10C when operating as a chiller and up to an external air temperature of 30C when operating as a heat pump. DS15 Des uper heater c omplete with antifreeze electric heater and c ondensati on control (FI10 for models 133-233). RC100 Heat recover y unit with 100% heat recover y, c omplete with antifreeze elec tric heater and c ondensati on c ontr ol (FI10 for models 133-233). DSP D oubl e set-point via digital cons ens us (not compatibl e with the CS acc essor y), onl y for control models with c ompatible and Precision option. Handled as a s peci al accessor y by our pre-sal es office. CS Scrolling set-point via 4-20 mA analogue signal (incompatibl e with the DSP access ory), onl y for models with compatibl e control and Pr ecision option. H andl ed as a special accessor y by our pre-sal es office.

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Construction features Standard installation
RHOSS S.p.A. patented pol yvalent s ystem Italian. Load-bearing structure in gal vanised and RAL 9018 painted s heet steel, c oated on the inside with sound-absorbi ng material, di vided into: sound-proofed tec hnic al compartment for housi ng the compress ors, the electrical board and the main c omponents i n the refrigerant circuit. aeraulic c ompartment for housing the heat exc hange coils, the motor-dri ven fans and the pump assembl y access ory if pres ent. Hermetic, Scroll-type r otar y c ompressors, complete with internal thermal protection and crankcase heater acti vated automaticall y when the unit s tops (as long as the power suppl y to the unit is preser ved). Proportional electronic device for the pressurised and c ontinuous regulation of the fan rotati on s peed down to an external air temperature of -10C when operating as a chiller and up to an external air temperature of 40C when operating as a heat pump. Stainless steel plate heat exchangers on the primar y and s econdary water circuits, compl ete with cl osed cell pol yurethane foam rubber insulation and antifreez e el ectric heaters. Differential pressur e s witch on all heat exc hangers. Air side exc hanger comprised of a c opper pipe c oil flared into al umini um fins with "corrugated" design in order to incr ease heat exc hange efficienc y. Male threaded water c onnections. Refrigerant circuit realised with annealed copper pipi ng (EN 12735-1-2) and wel ded with silver alloy. Complete with 2 c ycl e inversion val ves, c harge connections, high and low pressure s witc h, 2 thermostatic val ves for models 117-130 and 2 for models 133, 4 solenoid val ves, a drier filter, 2 liquid rec ei vers, a gas separate, a humidity indicator, 3 nonreturn valves and a s afety val ve (for models 130-133). Primar y and s econdary water circuit made from anneal ed c opper piping (EN 12735-1-2) and welded with silver alloy. T he primar y water circuit also comes compl ete with: pump, s afety val ve (3 bar), press ure gauge, expansion tank, manual bleed val ves and drainage val ves. Secondary water circuit made from annealed c opper pi ping (EN 12735-1-2) and welded with sil ver alloy, compl ete with differential pressure s witc h. Compatible control with AdaptiveFunction on the primar y circuit regulation. Unit with IP24 level of protec tion. The unit is c omplete with the R410A refrigerant charge.

construction features

Potential installations
Standard Installation without pump (onl y availabl e for model 133). Pump P1 Installation with pump. Pump P2 Installation with high s tatic pressure pump for model 133 (availabl e as a factory fitted access or y). Tank & Pump ASP1 Installation with pump and water buffer tank (onl y availabl e for model 133). Tank & Pump ASP2 Installation with high static press ure pump and storage pump for model 133 (available as a factory fitted accessor y). The followi ng is memorised for each alarm: date and time of inter venti on (if the KSC accessor y is present); alarm c ode and description; inlet/outlet water temperatur es when the alarm inter vened; alarm delay time from the s witc h-on of the connected device; compressor status at moment of alarm; Advanced functions: configured for s erial connec tion (KR S485, KFTT10, KRS232 and KUSB acc essor y); possibility to have a digital input for remote management of the double Set- point (contact RHOSS S.p.A. pre-sales ). possibility to have an analogue input for the scrolling set-point vi a a 4-20mA remote signal (contact RHOSS S.p.A. pre-sales ); configured for management of ti me bands and operation parameters with the possibility of daily/weekl y operating programs (KSC accessor y); chec k-up and monitoring of scheduled maintenanc e status ; testing of the units assisted by c omputer; self-diagnosis with continuous monitoring of the func tioni ng of the unit; Adaptive Function on the r egulation of the primar y circuit.

EXP electrical board characteristics


Electrical board accessibl e by openi ng the front panel, c onforming with c urrent IEC standards, and whic h can be opened and closed with a s uitable tool. Compl ete with: electrical wiring arranged for power suppl y 400V-3ph+N-50Hz auxiliary power suppl y 230V-1ph-50Hz drawn from the main power s upply; general isolator, c omplete with door interloc king isolator; automatic compr essor protecti on s witc h; automatic pump protec tion s witc h (only availabl e for model 133); protecti on fuse for auxiliar y circuit; compressor power contactor; pump power c ontactor (onl y availabl e for model 133); unit remote c ontrols. Programmable elec tronic boar d with microproc essor, c ontrolled by the keypad inserted in the machine. This electronic board performs the following functi ons: regulation and management of the s et points for inlet water temper ature; c ycle inversion; safety timer del ays; circulati ng pump; compressor and s ystem pump hour-run meter; of press ure defros t c ycles; electr onic anti-freez e protecti on which cuts in automatic ally when the mac hine is s witc hed off; and the functi ons which control the operation of the indi vidual parts making up the machine; complete protection of the unit, automatic emergenc y shutdown and dis play of the alarms which have been acti vated; compressor pr otecti on phase s equence monitor unit protec tion against l ow or high phase power suppl y voltage; visual indic ation of the pr ogrammed set points via the display; of the in/out water temperature vi a the display; of the alar ms via the display; and of c ooling/heat-pump operating mode via displ ay; self-diagnosis with continuous monitoring of the func tioni ng of the unit; user interface menu; alarm c ode and description; alarm histor y management (menu protec ted by manufac turer pass word).

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Factory fitted accessories
P2 Ins tallation with high static press ure pump (available for model 133). ASP2 Ins tallati on with high static pr essure pump and water buffer tank (onl y available for models 133 and 233). RAA water buffer tank antifreeze electric heater (available for installations ASP1 ASP2). RPB Coil protection networ ks. DSP D oubl e set-point by means of digital consensus (inc ompatible with the CS accessor y). Handled as a s peci al acc essor y by our pre-sal es office. CS Scrolling set-point by means of the 4- 20 mA analogue s ys tem (incompatibl e with the DSP acc essor y). handled as a special accessor y by our pre-sal es office.

accessories

Accessories supplied loose


KSA Anti-vibr ation supports . KTR Remote keypad for c ontrol at a distanc e with r ear illumi nated LCD display (same functi ons as the one built into the mac hine). KSC Cloc k car d to displ ay date/time and to regulate the machine with dail y/weekl y start/stop ti me bands, with the possi bility to change the set- points . KRS485 RS485 serial interfac e c ard to create dialogue networks between c ards (maximum of 200 units at a maxi mum distanc e of 1,000) and building automation, external super vision systems or RHOSS S.p.A. s upervision s ystems (supported protocols: proprietar y protoc ol; Modbus RTU). KFTT10 FTT10 serial i nterface c ard for connection to super vision s ystems (LonWor ks system compliant with Lonmar k 8090-10 protoc ol with c hiller profile). KISI C AN bus serial interfac e (Contr oller Area Network compatible with evol ved hydronic system for integrated c omfort management (protocol s upported C anOpen). KRS232 RS485/RS232 serial c onverter for interconnec tion between RS485 serial networ k and super vision s ystems with s erial connec tion to PC via RS232 s erial port (RS232 c able provided). KUSB RS485/USB s erial converter for interconnec tion between RS485 serial networ k and super vision s ystems with s erial connec tion to PC via USB port (USB cable pr ovided). KMDM GSM 900-1800 modem kit to be connected to the unit or the management of the parameters and any alarm signals on a remote basis. The kit c onsists of a GSM modem with relative RS232 card. It is nec essar y to purchas e a SIM data card, not s upplied by RHOSS S.p.A. KRS RHOSS S.p.A. s upervision s oftware for unit monitoring and remote management. The kit c onsists of a CD-Rom and hardware key.

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TCAEY 115130 Technical data


Tab le A: Technical data TCAEY mod el Nominal cooling c apacity (*) E.E.R. E.S.E.E.R. Sound pressure (**) Sound power (***) Scroll/step compress or Fans Exc hanger water c ontents Water side exchanger nominal water fl ow (*) Nominal press ure drops, water side exchanger (*) Residual s tatic pressure (P1 ins tallati on) (*) Residual s tatic pressure (ASP1 installation) (*) Tank water content (ASP1 installation) R410A refrigerant c harge Pol yester oil charge Electrical data Absorbed power (*) () Pump absor bed power Electrical power suppl y Auxiliary power suppl y Nominal current () Maxi mum current () Starting current Pump absor bed current Dimensions Width (L) P1 installation Width (L) ASP1 i nstallati on Height (H) Depth (P) Water connec tions kW kW V-ph-Hz V-ph-Hz A A A A 5,58 0,57 6,51 0,57 8,20 0,57 9,28 0,57 dB(A) dB(A) No. No. x kW l l/h kPa kPa kPa l kW 115 15,39 2,76 3,14 50 72 1/1 2x0.14 1,33 2647 32,40 147 130 35 117 17,41 2,67 3,12 50 72 1/1 2x0.14 1,33 2994 41,28 130 110 35 122 22,70 2,76 3,43 52 75 1/1 2x0.24 1,90 3891 34,74 130 93 124 24,27 2,62 3,07 52 75 1/1 2x0.24 2,20 4175 30,58 125 88 127

technical data

130 29,06 2,44 2,90 54 77 1/1 2x0.24 2,60 4998 32,09 105 90 45

26,85 2,59 3,16 53 76 1/1 2x0.24 2,40 4618 31,86 110 94 45

45 45 See s erial No. plate See c ompress or plate

10,35 0,70

11,93 0,70

13,1 16,0 79 2,8

14,3 17,0 105 2,8

400-3+N-50 230-1- 50 18,8 20,7 21,0 22,7 116 123 2,8 2,8

21,0 25,0 122 5,1

24,6 27,0 134 5,1

mm mm mm mm

1230 1522 1090 580 1

1230 1522 1090 580 1

1230 1522 1280 600 1

1230 1522 1280 600 1

1535 1822 1510 695 1

1535 1822 1510 695 1

(*) In the followi ng conditions : condenser i nput air temperature 35C; chilled water temperatur e 7C; temperature differential at evaporator 5C. (**) Sound pressure l evel in dB(A), meas ured at a distance of 5 m from the unit, with a directionality fac tor of 2. (***) Sound power level in dB (A) bas ed on measurements made i n acc ordance with the UNI EN-ISO 3744 standard and Eurovent 8/1. () Total current value, incl uding the c urrent absorbed by the pump.

() Power abs orbed by the unit without motordriven pump. N.B.: The val ues for available static press ure of the pumps and the pressure drops of the exc hangers can be found on page 35. The calc ulation of the E.E.R. and C.O.P. does not take the pump abs orption into acc ount.

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technical data

Table A: Technical data TCAEY mod el Nominal cooling c apacity (*) E.E.R. E.S.E.E.R. Sound pressure (**) Sound power (***) Scroll/step compress or Fans Exc hanger water c ontents Water side exchanger nominal water fl ow (*) Nominal press ure drops, water side heat exc hanger (*) Standard installation Residual s tatic pressure (P1 ins tallati on) (*) Residual s tatic pressure (P2 ins tallati on) (*) Residual s tatic pressure (ASP1 installation) (*) Residual s tatic pressure (ASP2 installation) (*) Tank water content (ASP1 ASP2 installation) R410A refrigerant c harge Pol yester oil charge Electrical data Total absorbed power (*) () Pump absor bed power (P1/ASP1) Pump absor bed power (P2/ASP2) Electrical power suppl y Auxiliary power suppl y Nominal current () Maxi mum current () Starting current Pump absor bed power (P1/ASP1) Pump absor bed power (P2/ASP2) Dimensions Width (L) Height (H) Depth (P) Water connec tions kW kW kW V-ph-Hz V-ph-Hz A A A A A 13,30 0,70 1,5 12,30 0,70 1,5 dB(A) dB(A) No. No. x kW l l/h kPa kPa kPa kPa kPa l kW 133 33,99 2,56 2,84 57 81 1/1 1x0.61 3,20 5846 30,26 134 230 102 198 233 32,45 2,64 2,93 57 81 2/2 2x0.61 3,20 5581 27,63 134 231 105 202

80 80 See s erial no. plate See c ompress or plate

400-3+N-50 230-1- 50 22,0 20,0 25,0 26,0 200 115 5,1 5,1 8,6 8,6

mm mm mm

1660 1570 1000 2

1660 1570 1000 2

(*) In the followi ng conditions : condenser i nput air temperature 35C; chilled water temperatur e 7C; temperature differential at evaporator 5C. (**) Sound pressure l evel in dB(A), meas ured at a distance of 5 m from the unit, with a directionality fac tor of 2. (***) Sound power level in dB (A) bas ed on measurements made i n acc ordance with the UNI EN-ISO 3744 standard and Eurovent 8/1.

() Add the power and current val ues of the pumps (P1/P2 or ASP1/ASP2) to obtain the power and current absorbed by the unit. N.B.: The val ues for available static press ure of the pumps and the pressure drops of the exc hangers can be found on page 35. The calc ulation of the E.E.R. and C.O.P. does not take the pump abs orption into acc ount.

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T able A: Technical d ata THAEY mod el Nominal cooling c apacity (*) E.E.R. E.S.E.E.R. Nominal heating capacity (**) C.O.P. Sound pressure (***) Sound power (****) Scroll/step compress or Fans Exc hanger water c ontents Water side exchanger nominal water fl ow (*) Nominal press ure drops, water side exchanger (*) Residual s tatic pressure (P1 ins tallati on) (*) Residual s tatic pressure (ASP1 installation) (*) Tank water content (ASP1 installation) R410A refrigerant c harge Pol yester oil charge Electrical data Absorbed power in summer oper ation (*) () Absorbed power in winter operation (**) () Pump absor bed power Electrical power suppl y Auxiliary power suppl y Nominal current in s ummer operation (*) () Nominal current in winter operati on (**) () Maxi mum current () Starting current Pump absor bed current Dimensions Width (L) (P1 i nstallati on) Width (L) (ASP1 installation) Height (H) Depth (P) Water connec tions kW kW kW V-ph-Hz V-ph-Hz A A A A A 5,58 5,53 0,57 6,45 6,08 0,57 7,93 7,92 9,38 8,95 dB(A) dB(A) No. No. x kW l l/h kPa kPa kPa l kW kW 115 15,27 2,73 3,14 16,84 3,05 50 72 1/1 2x0.14 1,33 2626 32,40 147 131 35 117 17,41 2,70 3,12 17,88 2,94 50 72 1/1 2x0.14 1,33 2994 41,28 130 110 35 122 22,26 2,81 3,43 23,94 3,02 52 75 1/1 2x0.24 1,90 3828 34,74 131 97 124 23,64 2,52 3,07 26,14 2,92 52 75 1/1 2x0.24 2,20 4066 30,58 125 91 127

technical data

130 28,58 2,44 2,90 34,42 3,10 54 77 1/1 2x0.24 2,60 4916 32,09 110 90 45

26,33 2,61 3,16 30,69 3,07 53 76 1/1 2x0.24 2,40 4529 31,86 117 97 45

45 45 See s erial No. plate See c ompress or plate

10,10 10,00 0,70

11,70 11,11 0,70

12,9 15,0 16,0 79 2,7

15,0 14,5 17,0 105 2,7

0,57 0,57 400-3+N-50 230-1- 50 18,0 21,3 18,3 20,5 21,0 22,7 116 123 2,7 2,7

21,0 20,7 25,0 122 5,1

24,2 23,2 27,0 134 5,1

mm mm mm mm

1230 1522 1090 580 1

1230 1522 1090 580 1

1230 1522 1290 600 1

1230 1522 1280 600 1

1535 1822 1510 695 1

1535 1822 1510 695 1

(*) In the followi ng conditions : condenser i nlet air temperature 35C; chilled water temperatur e 7C; temperature differential at evaporator 5C. (**) In the followi ng conditions : evaporator i nlet air temperature 7C D.B., 6C W.B.; hot water temperature 45C; temperature differential at the c ondenser 5C. (***) Sound pressure level in dB(A), meas ured at a distance of 5 m from the unit, with a directionality fac tor of 2. (****) Sound power l evel in dB (A) bas ed on measurements made i n acc ordance with the UNI EN-ISO 3744 standard and Eurovent 8/1.

() Total current value, incl uding the c urrent absorbed by the pump. () Power abs orbed by the unit without motordriven pump. N.B.: The val ues for available static press ure of the pumps and the pressure drops of the exc hangers can be found on page 35. The calc ulation of the E.E.R. and C.O.P. does not take the pump abs orption into acc ount.

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Table A: Technical data THAEY mod el Nominal cooling c apacity (*) E.E.R. Nominal heating capacity (**) C.O.P. Sound pressure (***) Sound power (****) Scroll/step compress or Fans Heat exchanger water contents Water side heat exchanger nomi nal water flow (*) Nominal press ure drops, water side exchanger (*) Standard installation Residual s tatic pressure (P1 ins tallati on) (*) Residual s tatic pressure (P2 ins tallati on) (*) Residual s tatic pressure (ASP1 installation) (*) Residual s tatic pressure (ASP2 installation) (*) Tank water content (ASP1 ASP2 installation) R410A refrigerant c harge Pol yester oil charge Electrical data Absorbed power in summer oper ation (*) () Absorbed power in winter operation (**) () Pump absor bed power (P1/ASP1) Pump absor bed power (P2/ASP2) Electrical power suppl y Auxiliary power suppl y Nominal current in s ummer operation (*) () Nominal current in winter operati on (**) () Maxi mum current () Starting current Pump absor bed power (P1/ASP1) Pump absor bed power (P2/ASP2) Dimensions Width (L) Height (H) Depth (P) Water connec tions kW kW kW kW V-ph-Hz V-ph-Hz A A A A A A 13,30 13,30 0,70 12,30 12,30 0,70 dB(A) dB(A) No. No. x kW l l/h kPa kPa kPa kPa kPa l kW kW 133 33,99 2,56 39,14 2,94 57 81 1/1 1 x 0.61 3,20 5846 30,26 135 230 102 198 233 32,45 2,64 37,49 3,05 57 81

technical data

2/2 1 x 0.61 3,20 5581 27,63 136 231 107 202

80 80 See s erial No. plate See c ompress or plate

1,5 1,5 400-3+N-50 230-1- 50 22,0 20,0 20,0 19,0 25,0 26,0 200 115 5,1 5,1 8,6 8,6

mm mm mm

1660 1570 1000 2

1660 1570 1000 2

(*) In the followi ng conditions : condenser inlet air temperature 35C; chilled water temperature 7C; temper ature differenti al at evaporator 5C. (**) In the followi ng conditions : evaporator inlet air temperature 7C D.B., 6C W.B.; hot water temperature 45C; temperatur e differential at the c ondenser 5C. (***) Sound pressure level in dB(A), measured at a distance of 5 m from the unit, with a directionality fac tor of 2. (****) Sound power l evel in dB (A) bas ed on measurements made i n acc ordance with the UNI EN-ISO 3744 standard and Eurovent 8/1.

() Add the power and current val ues of the pumps (P1/P2 or ASP1/ASP2) to obtain the power and current absorbed by the unit. N.B.: The val ues for available static press ure of the pumps and the press ure drops of the exc hangers can be found on page 35. The calc ulation of the E.E.R. and C.O.P. does not take the pump absorption i nto account.

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TXAEY 117130

technical data

Table A: Technical data TXAEY model Cooling operation in AUTOMATIC 1 mode Nominal cooling c apacity (*) E.E.R. (*) E.S.E.E.R. (*) Cooling operation with heat recover y in AUTOMATIC 2 mode Nominal cooling c apacity in mai n heat exchanger (**) Nominal heating capacity in s econdar y heat exc hanger (**) C.O.P. (**) Heat pump operation in modes SELECT 1-2 / AUTOMATIC 3 Nominal heating capacity (***) 2,95 C.O.P. (***) Sound pressure (****) Sound power (**** *) Scroll/step compress or Circuits Fans Main exchanger nominal flow (*) Nominal press ure drops in main exchanger (*) Water content in main exc hanger Residual s tatic pressure at main heat exc hanger (*) Main/secondary recovery exchanger nominal flow rate (***) Secondary r ecover y exchanger pr essure drops (***) Recover y exc hanger water c ontent R410A refrigerant c harge Pol yester oil charge dB(A) dB(A) No. No. No. x kW l/h kPa l kPa l/h kPa l 50 72 1/1 1 2 x 0.14 2995 41 1,33 130 52 75 1/1 1 2 x 0.24 4066 29 2,20 131 54 77 1/1 1 2 x 0.24 4916 30 2,60 110 2,92 3,14 kW 117 124 130

17,41 2,70 3,12

23,64 2,52 3,07 23,03 30,35 6,72 26,14

28,58 2,44 2,90 27,10 37,21 6,13 34,42

kW kW

15,72 20,81 6,62 17,91

kW

3579 5220 6400 60 50 54 1,33 2,20 2,60 See s erial No. plate See c ompress or plate

(*) In the followi ng conditions : condenser input air temperature 35C; c hilled water temperature 7C; mai n heat exchanger (evapor ator) temperature differential 5C. (**) In the followi ng conditions : chilled water temperature 7C; temper ature differenti al at main exchanger (evaporator) 5C, sec ondar y exc hanger (recover y) hot water outlet temperature 40/45C at nominal flow. (***) In the following conditions: coil inl et air temperature 7C D.B., 85% R.H.; main exc hanger (condens er/evaporator) or secondar y exchanger (recover y) hot water outlet temperature 40/45C at nominal flow. (****) Level of s ound pressure in dB(A) measured at a distance of 5 m from the unit with a directionality fac tor of 2 (to obtain the val ue i n open space, subtract 3 dB(A)). (*****) Sound power level in dB (A) bas ed on measurements made i n acc ordance with the UNI EN-ISO 3744 standard and Eurovent 8/1.

N.B.: The val ues for available static press ure of the pumps and the press ure drops of the exc hangers can be found on page 40. The calc ulation of the E.E.R. and C.O.P. does not take the pump absorption i nto account.

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technical data

Electrical data Absorbed power in AUTOMATIC 1 mode (*) () Absorbed power in AUTOMATIC 2 mode (**) () Absorbed power in AUTOMATIC 3 / SELECT 2/ SELECT 1 mode (***) () Pump absor bed power Electrical power suppl y Auxiliary power suppl y Nominal current () () Maxi mum current () Starting current Pump absor bed current Dimensions Width (L) Height (H) Depth (P) Water connec tions Recover y s ystem water filling connection kW kW kW kW V-ph-Hz V-ph-Hz A A A A 6,45 4,95 6,08 0,57 9,38 7,37 8,95 0,57 400-3+N-50 230-1- 50 21,3 22,7 123 2,7 11,70 9,79 11,11 0,70

15,0 17,0 105 2,7

24,2 27,0 134 5,1

mm mm mm

1522 1090 580 1 1

1522 1280 600 1 1

1822 1510 695 1 1

(*) In the followi ng conditions : condenser i nput air temperature 35C; chilled water temperatur e 7C; main heat exchanger (evaporator) temperature differ ential 5C. (**) In the followi ng conditions : chilled water temperature 7C; temper ature differenti al at main exchanger (evaporator) 5C, sec ondar y exc hanger (recover y) hot water outlet temperature 40/45C at nominal flow. (***) In the following conditions: coil inl et air temperature 7C D.B., 85% R.H.; main exc hanger (condens er/evaporator) or secondar y exchanger (recover y) hot water outlet temperature 40/45C at nominal flow. () The current value shown is the maximum from among the values meas ured i n AUTOMATIC and SELECT mode in the respecti ve nominal conditions. () Power abs orbed by the unit without motordriven pump. () Total current value, incl uding the c urrent absorbed by the pump.

N.B.: The val ues for available static press ure of the pumps and the pressure drops of the exc hangers can be found on page 40. The calc ulation of the E.E.R. and C.O.P. does not take the pump abs orption into acc ount.

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TXAEY 133

technical data

Table A: Technical data TXAEY model Cooling operation in AUTOMATIC 1 mode Nominal cooling c apacity (*) E.E.R. (*) E.S.E.E.R. (*) Cooling operation with heat recover y in AUTOMATIC 2 mode Nominal cooling c apacity in mai n heat exchanger (**) Nominal heating capacity in s econdar y heat exc hanger (**) C.O.P. (**) Heat pump operation in modes SELECT 1-2 / AUTOMATIC 3 Nominal heating capacity (***) C.O.P. (***) Sound pressure (****) Sound power (**** *) Scroll/step compress or Circuits Fans Main exchanger nominal flow (*) Nominal press ure drops in main exchanger (*) Nominal press ure drops in main exchanger (**) Water content in main exc hanger Residual s tatic pressure at the main heat exchanger (*) P1/P2 Residual s tatic pressure at the main heat exchanger (*) ASP1/ASP2 Tank water content ASP1 / ASP2 Main/secondary recovery exchanger nominal flow rate (***) Secondary r ecover y exchanger pr essure drops (***) Recover y exc hanger water c ontent R410A refrigerant c harge Pol yester oil charge No. No. No. x kW l/h kPa kPa l kPa kPa l l/h kPa l dB(A) kW 133

34,00 2,56 2,84

kW kW

32,40 44,20 6,25

kW

39,14 2,94 57 81 1/1 1 1 x 0.61 5846 32 42 3,20 134 / 230 102 / 198 80 / 80 7602 53 3,2 See s erial No. plate See c ompress or plate

(*) In the followi ng conditions : condenser input air temperature 35C; c hilled water temperature 7C; mai n heat exchanger (evapor ator) temperature differential 5C. (**) In the followi ng conditions : chilled water temperature 7C; temper ature differenti al at main exchanger (evaporator) 5C, sec ondar y exc hanger (recover y) hot water outlet temperature 40/45C at nominal flow. (***) In the following conditions: coil inl et air temperature 7C D.B., 85% R.H.; main exc hanger (condens er/evaporator) or secondar y exchanger (recover y) hot water outlet temperature 40/45C at nominal flow. (****) Level of s ound pressure in dB(A) measured at a distance of 5 m from the unit with a directionality fac tor of 2 (to obtain the val ue i n open space, subtract 3 dB(A)). (*****) Sound power level in dB (A) bas ed on measurements made i n acc ordance with the UNI EN-ISO 3744 standard and Eurovent 8/1.

N.B.: The val ues for available static press ure of the pumps and the press ure drops of the exc hangers can be found on page 40. The calc ulation of the E.E.R. and C.O.P. does not take the pump absorption i nto account.

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TXAEY 133

technical data

Electrical data Absorbed power (P1/P2) AUTOMATIC 1 mode (*) () Absorbed power (P1/P2) AUTOMATIC 2 mode (**) () Absorbed power in AUTOMATIC 3 / SELECT 2/ SELECT 1 mode (***) () Pump absor bed power P1 / P2 Electrical power suppl y Auxiliary power suppl y Nominal current () () Maxi mum current () Starting current Pump absor bed power P1 / P2 Dimensions Width (L) Height (H) Depth (P) Water connec tions Recover y s ystem water filling connection kW kW kW kW V-ph-Hz V-ph-Hz A A A A 13,30 11,50 13,30 0,70 / 1,50 400-3+N-50 230-1- 50 22,0 25,0 200 5,1 / 8,6

mm mm mm

1660 1570 1000 1 1

(*) In the followi ng conditions : condenser i nput air temperature 35C; chilled water temperatur e 7C; main heat exchanger (evaporator) temperature differ ential 5C. (**) In the followi ng conditions : chilled water temperature 7C; temper ature differenti al at main exchanger (evaporator) 5C, sec ondar y exc hanger (recover y) hot water outlet temperature 40/45C at nominal flow. (***) In the following conditions: coil inl et air temperature 7C D.B., 85% R.H.; main exc hanger (condens er/evaporator) or secondar y exchanger (recover y) hot water outlet temperature 40/45C at nominal flow. () The current value shown is the maximum from among the values meas ured i n AUTOMATIC and SELECT mode in the respecti ve nominal conditions. () Add the power and current val ues of the pumps (P1/P2) to obtain the total value of the power and current absorbed by the unit.

N.B.: The val ues for available static press ure of the pumps and the pressure drops of the exc hangers can be found on page 40. The calc ulation of the E.E.R. and C.O.P. does not take the pump abs orption into acc ount.

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TCAEY-THAEY-TXAEY 115233
Energy efficiency at partial loads - ESEER index
The E.E.R. i ndex repres ents an es timate of the energy efficienc y of the c ooling unit in nominal design conditions. In reality, the operating time of a chiller in nominal conditions is us uall y less than the operati ng time i n partial load c onditi ons. The E.S.E.E.R. (European Seas onal E.E.R.) is an index that estimates the average seasonal energy efficienc y of the cooling unit i n four load and water temperature c onditi ons. Generall y, two water chillers with the same E.E.R. may have different E.S.E.E.R. values. In fact, for a water c ooling unit, the average energy efficienc y depends on design choices and on the temper ature of i nlet water at the c ondensing heat exc hanger. The E.S.E.E.R. energy index, introduc ed by the European Community (Project E.E.C.C.A.C. - Energ y Efficienc y and Certificati on of Central Air Conditioners), is characterised by the water temperatures (see table B) and by the energy weights that are assigned to the four load c onditions consi dered in the calcul ation: 100% , 75%, 50% and 25%.
ESEER = 3xEER 100% +33xEER 75% +41xEER 50% +23xEER 25% 100

technical data

where EER100% EER75% EER50% EER25% represent the efficienci es of the cooling unit in the four load conditions and at the temperatures i ndicated in table B. The data is calcul ated usi ng Eurovent methodology. The pump absorption (if present) is not taken into c onsideration. Table B: load and temperature conditions Load 100% 75% 50% 25% Condenser inlet air temper ature E.S.E.E.R. 35C 30C 25C 20C

Table C shows the E.E.R. and E.S.E.E.R. values for each model. The high values of energy efficienc y at partial loads were ac hieved thanks to optimisation of the heat exc hangers. Table C: E.E.R. - E.S.E.E.R. for TC AEY - THAEY Model 115 117 122 124 127 130 133 233 E.E.R. 2,76 2,67 2,76 2,62 2,59 2,44 2,56 2,64 E.S.E.E.R. 3,14 3,12 3,43 3,07 3,16 2,90 2,84 2,93

Table C: E.E.R. - E.S.E.E.R. for T XAEY Model 117 124 130 133 E.E.R. 2,67 2,62 2,44 2,56 E.S.E.E.R. 3,12 3,07 2,90 2,84

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TXAEY 117133 TXAEY operating principle


The ec ological polyvalent s ystem was designed by RHOSS to provide 2-pipe and 4pipe s ys tems with hot water from another heat exc hanger (recover y) year-round, as well as acting as a traditional reversibl e-cycle water chiller. The total heat rec over y units also allow efficient energy r ationalisation. The s ystem can operate in two modes, which can be sel ected by elec tronic c ontrol. These are c alled AUTOMATIC and SELECT . In AUTOMATIC mode, the s ystem allows for full recover y of the heat of c ondensation and/or the production of chilled water. In SELECT mode, it allows for the production of hot water by the sec ondar y or main heat exc hanger.

operating principle
AUTOMATIC mode - multi-season
In this mode the s ystem automatically manages the r equests for hot or chilled water, suppl ying chilled water to the main exchanger and hot water to the sec ondar y exchanger, even simultaneously. Each r equest for hot or cold water is satisfied independently of ever y other request. When the s econdary exchanger requires hot water, the flow of gas delivered from the compressor is direc ted towards the rec over y. If chilled water is required at the same time, the unit oper ates as a water chiller. In AUTOMATIC mode the unit therefor e has three possi ble automatic operating configurations: AUTOMATIC 1 (A1) - operation as an aircooled water chiller for the producti on of c hilled water. AUTOMATIC 2 (A2) - operati on as a water chiller with total heat recovery for si multaneous produc tion of hot and c hilled water. AUTOMATIC 3 (A3) - operation as a heat pump for the production of hot water at the secondar y exchanger (recover y).

SELECT mode - multi-season


In this mode, based on requests the s ys tem provides hot water to the main exchanger SELECT 1 (S1) or hot water to the s econdary exc hanger SELECT 2 (S2). If simultaneous requests are expected, priority of operati on must be established vi a the electronic control. If the reques t for hot water from the s elected heat exc hanger is completel y satisfied, the hot gas can be c ompletel y s witched over to the other heat exchanger, provided this is requested. The unit is programmed in the factor y to provide hot water with priority assigned to the secondar y exchanger. You c an however modify this setting from the el ectronic c ontrol panel. To summarise, oper ation in SELECT mode offers two possible automatic c onfigurations: SELECT 1 (S1) - operation as a heat pump for the produc tion of hot water at the main exc hanger. SELECT 2 (S2) - operation as a heat pump for the produc tion of hot water at the main exc hanger.

Diagram of AUTOMATIC operating mode

Produc tion of c hilled water onl y at the mai n exc hanger ( A1). Produc tion of c hilled water at the mai n exc hanger and hot water at the sec ondar y exchanger ( A2 ) (recovery). Produc tion of hot water onl y at the sec ondar y exc hanger ( A3) (recover y).

S C E R V

Air side condens er/evaporator. Compress or. Main exchanger (condens er/evaporator). Secondary exchanger (recovery). Laminati on val ve.

Diagram of SELECT operating mode

Produc tion of hot water at the main exchanger ( S1). Produc tion of hot water at the secondar y exchanger ( S2 ).

S C E R V

Air side condens er/evaporator. Compress or. Main exchanger (condens er/evaporator). Secondary exchanger (recovery). Laminati on val ve.

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TXAEY 117133
Operating logic
The followi ng tabl es provi de exampl es of automatic operation of the polyvalent s ystem in various operating modes based on the requests from the user. The first table shows the operating status and the produc tion of hot and c hilled water considering the si ngle requests .

operating logic

The subsequent tables s how the operating status and the production of hot water in the main and s econdar y exchangers on the basis of requests and the priority assigned to the exc hangers

TXAEY oper ating in AUTOMATIC mode Request for chilled water (*) Request for hot water at the secondar y exchanger (r ecover y)

0%
Status OFF ON Operation Cooling ( A1) ( A2 ) = AUTOMATIC 2 Status ON ON

100 %
Operation Recover y onl y ( A3) Cooling + recover y ( A2 ) ( A3) = AUTOMATIC 3

0% 100 %

( A1) = AUTOMATIC 1

TXAEY wor king in SELECT mode with priorit y to the secondar y exch anger (r ecover y) Request for hot water (**) Status Request for hot water at the secondar y exchanger (r ecover y)

0%
Operation Heating only ( S1) ( S2 ) = SELECT 2 Status ON ON OFF ON

100 %
Operation Recover y onl y ( S2 ) Recover y onl y ( S2 )

0% 100 %

( S1) = SELECT 1

TXAEY wor king in SELECT mode with priorit y to the main exchang er (condenser/evaporator) Request for hot water (**) Status Request for hot water at the secondar y exchanger (r ecover y)

0%
Operation Heating only ( S1) ( S2 ) = SELECT 2 Status ON ON OFF ON

100 %
Operation Recover y onl y ( S2 ) Heating only ( S1)

0% 100 %

( S1) = SELECT 1 (*) (**)

Request for chilled water at the main exchanger (evaporator). Request for hot water at the main exchanger (condenser/evaporator).

The competitive advantages of the polyvalent system


The pol yvalent s ystem was patented by RHOSS S.p.A. to provide for the reques t for hot and col d water, simultaneousl y or independentl y, with a si ngle unit. This opti mizes energy consumpti on and makes management easier. The pol yvalent s ystem is a valid alternati ve to traditional s ystems that require the use of a chiller or heat pump, with use or addition of a boiler. The advantages derive from the use of a single unit, energy s avings due to high COPs, and the lac k of use of c ombus tible products, s o that it can be defined as an ecological pol yvalent mac hine. The s ystem is a versatile fourth-generation pol yvalent heat pump. As opposed to other pol yvalent units, it meets the typical demands of 2-pipe and 4- pipe s ys tems with a single unit and in a most fl exible manner, so that it c an even be us ed in existing s ystems with no modifications required. This pol yval ent unit takes it place on the mar ket as a unit that ensures essential aspects such as EFFICIENCY, RELIABILITY AND VERSATILITY.

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TXAEY 117133 Applications of the polyvalent system


The pol yvalent ecological s ystem was designed by RHOSS S.p.A. to provide year-round suppl y of hot and cold water to 2-pipe or 4-pipe systems , either simultaneousl y or independentl y, depending on the s elected operating mode, AUTOMATIC or SELECT .

applications

2-pipe-systems
Air conditi oning and the produc tion of hot water in a 2-pi pe s ys tem is a typical application in hotels, hos pitals, g yms and hos pitality structures i n general. When in AUTOMATIC mode, it is used in the s ummer months for cooling and the produc tion of hot water. When in SELECT mode, it is us ed in between s eas ons or in winter for heating or the produc tion of hot water on the basis of the priority assigned. Summer months AUTOMATIC W inter months SELECT

W ater for domestic use Hot water

Air conditioning Chilled water W ater for domestic use or air conditioning Hot water

4-pipe systems
Increasingl y frequentl y, modern HVAC installations require the si multaneous produc tion of hot and c hilled water. T his can occur more often bec ause of: the development of new types of thermal insulation for buildi ngs; increase of i nternal loads (CED, WEB,); lighting systems; the presence of l arge windows; the growing importance attributed to air quality, which requires the us e of conditioning systems year-round. In these kinds of application, it c an be us ed in AUTOMATIC mode thr oughout the year, catering to simultaneous or s eparate hot and chilled water demands in a completel y automatic way.

"AUTOMATIC" mode for the entire year W inter Heating Summer Cooling

Spring/Autumn Cooling and heati ng

Air conditioning Hot water

Air conditioning Chilled water

Air conditioning 1 Hot water

Air conditioning 2 Chilled water

7.08 7.09

Standard connection: the rec over y pump (ins talled by the installer) is on at all ti mes . Recover y is acti vated on the basis of the temper ature of r eturn water to the boiler.
T

Example of water circuit


With external boiler (recover y)
7.08 7.09

Suggested connection: the rec over y and the rec over y pump (installed by the i nstaller) are acti vated by the thermostat installed on the boiler.

N.B.: The maxi mum temperature to whic h the ther mostat c an be s et, and henc e the s et-point of the machine, mus t be set on the basis of the operating limits. Attention: Units equipped with a recovery unit or desuperheater must be operated in complianc e with the provisions in Italian Ministerial Decree 01/12/04 No.309. T his law is only valid i n the Italian Republic. F or installation in other countries, refer to current loc al legislation. Attention: Hot water for domestic use c an be produc ed onl y by using an additional heat exc hanger which is s uited to this purpose. Refer to c urrent l ocal laws and regulations.

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TCAEY-THAEY 115233 Electronic controls for TCAEY THAEY 115233 models

electronic controls

STANDARD control
The keyboard with display makes it possible to view the wor king temperature and all the unit proc ess variables, as well as providi ng access to setting parameters for oper ating set poi nts and their modification. For purposes of tec hnical assistance, it allows pass wordprotected access to the unit's management par ameters (acc ess for authorised pers onnel onl y).

KTR1 - Remote keypad for STANDARD control


The remote keypad with displ ay (KTR1) enables remote c ontrol and the display of all the unit's digital and anal ogue process variables . It therefore possibl e to control all the machine functi ons directl y in the room.

mode

set

Line MODE ON/OFF RESET

MODE UP key Makes it possible to s elect the unit oper ating mode (stand- by, summer or winter c ycle). It is also us ed for altering par ameters upwards . ON/OFF RESET DOW N key Makes it possible to s witc h any unit alarms on or off and reset them. It is also used for altering parameters downwards. DISPLAY Displays the values of all the parameters (i.e. outlet water temperature, etc.), c odes of any alarms and status of res ources . W INTER LED Indicates that the unit is runni ng in heating mode. SUMMER LED indicates that the unit is running in c ooling mode. COMPRESSOR LED Indicates that the c ompressor is running or is in time-delay mode. DEFROSTING LED Inacti ve. Plate h eat exch anger h eater L ED Indicates the acti vation of the el ectric heater POW ER SUPPLY LED Indicates that the unit is c onnected to the power suppl y.

UP key Makes it possible to alter parameters upwards. DOWN key Makes it possible to alter parameters downwards .
MODE

MODE key Makes it possible to s elect the unit oper ating mode (stand- by, summer or winter c ycle). ON/OFF RESET key Makes it possible to s witc h any unit alarms on or off and reset them. DISPLAY Displays the values of all the parameters (i.e. outlet water temperature, etc.), c odes of any alarms and status of res ources . W INTER LED Indicates that the unit is runni ng in heating mode. SUMMER LED indicates that the unit is running in c ooling mode. COMPRESSOR LED Indicates that the c ompressor is running or is in time-delay mode. DEFROSTING LED Inacti ve. Plate h eat exch anger h eater L ED Indicates the acti vation of the el ectric heater POW ER SUPPLY LED Indicates that the unit is c onnected to the power suppl y.

ON/OFF RESET

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TCAEY-THAEY 115233

electronic controls

Compatible

control

KTR Remote keypad for compatible control


The remote keyboard with displ ay (KTR) allows the remote c ontr ol and display of all the unit's digital and anal ogue process variables . It therefore possibl e to control all the machine functi ons directl y in the room. It allows setting and management of ti me periods (if KSC accessor y is incl uded).

The keyboard with display makes it possible to view the wor king temperature and all the unit proc ess variables, as well as providi ng access to setting parameters for oper ating set poi nts and their modification. For purposes of tec hnical assistance, it allows pass wordprotected access to the unit's management par ameters (acc ess for authorised pers onnel onl y).

MODE

ALARM

ALARM

Prg

MODE

Prg
ON/OFF

ON OFF

MODE

SUMMER LED - MODE, UP key: indicates that the unit is running in c ooling mode. T his key makes it possible to s elect the unit operati ng mode (summer or winter c ycle) and also allows the user to run up through the list of par ameters, the values displayed and any alar m codes . W INTER LED - ON/OFF, DOW N key: Indicates that the unit is runni ng in heating mode. This key makes it possible to s witch the unit on and off and also allows the us er to run down through the list of parameters, the values displ ayed and any alarm codes . ALARM LED Prg , ALARM key When on, it indic ates the pres enc e of at leas t one alarm situati on in the mac hine. This key makes it possible to programme the mac hine, displ ay the alarm codes and res et the s ame. Display Display all the parameters (i.e. outl et water temperature, etc.), codes of any alarms and status of resources. POW ER SUPPLY LED Indicates the pres ence of the power suppl y when the mac hine is s witc hed off. If the regulation temperature is displayed and flashi ng, it means that the reques ted compressor is stationar y due to the safety time delays.
!

DISPLAY: displays the numbers and values of all the parameters (e.g. outlet water temperature etc.), the c odes of any al arms and the status of all the r esourc es using strings. ALARM key: makes it possible to display of the code and reset any alarms. PRG key: makes it possible to programme the mac hine's operating par ameters. ON/OFF key: makes it possible to s witc h the unit on and off. UP key: used to scr oll through the list of parameters, status es and any alar ms; makes it possibl e to modify set poi nts.
MODE

ALARM

ON/OFF

Prg

ON OFF

ALARM

Prg

MODE - ENTER key: makes it possible to s witc h from c hiller to heat pump operation and vice versa. DOWN key: used to scr oll through the list of parameters, status es and any alar ms; makes it possibl e to modify set poi nts.

Note: The temporar y presence of two devices, on- boar d machi ne keyboard and remote keyboar d, will caus e the on-board machine terminal to be disabled. T hree das hes (- - -) will be dis played on the i nterface on the mac hine, indic ating the presence of the r emote keypad (KTR).

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TXAEY 117133 Electronic controls for TXAEY 117133 models

electronic control

Electronic control
The keyboard with display makes it possible to view the wor king temperature and all the unit proc ess variables, as well as providi ng access to setting parameters for oper ating set poi nts and their modification. For purposes of tec hnical assistance, it allows pass wordprotected access to the unit's management par ameters (acc ess for authorised pers onnel onl y).

KTR Remote keyboard


The remote keyboard with displ ay (KTR) allows the remote c ontr ol and display of all the unit's digital and anal ogue process variables . It therefore possibl e to control all the machine functi ons directl y in the room. It allows setting and management of ti me periods (if KSC accessor y is incl uded).

ALARM

ALARM

Prg

MODE

Prg

MODE

ON OFF

ON OFF

DISPLAY: displays the numbers and values of all the parameters (e.g. outlet water temperature etc.), the c odes of any al arms and the status of all the r esourc es using strings.
!

DISPLAY: displays the numbers and values of all the parameters (e.g. outlet water temperature etc.), the c odes of any al arms and the status of all the r esourc es using strings.
!

ALARM

ALARM key: makes it possible to display of the code and reset any alarms. PRG key: makes it possible to programme the mac hine's operating par ameters. ON/OFF key: makes it possible to s witc h the unit on and off. UP key: used to scr oll through the list of parameters, status es and any alar ms; makes it possibl e to modify set poi nts.

ALARM

ALARM key: makes it possible to display of the code and reset any alarms. PRG key: makes it possible to programme the mac hine's operating par ameters. ON/OFF key: makes it possible to s witc h the unit on and off. UP key: used to scr oll through the list of parameters, status es and any alar ms; makes it possibl e to modify set poi nts.

Prg

Prg

ON OFF

ON OFF

MODE

MODE - ENTER key: makes it possible to s witc h from c hiller to heat pump operation and vice versa. DOWN key: used to scr oll through the list of parameters, status es and any alar ms; makes it possibl e to modify set poi nts.

MODE

MODE - ENTER key: makes it possible to s witc h from c hiller to heat pump operation and vice versa. DOWN key: used to scr oll through the list of parameters, status es and any alar ms; makes it possibl e to modify set poi nts.

Note: The temporar y presence of two devices, on- boar d machi ne keyboard and remote keyboar d, will caus e the on-board machine terminal to be disabled.

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TCAEY-THAEY-TXAEY 115233 Serial connection


Serial connection for STANDARD control
All units are equi pped with elec tronic c ontrol that can interfac e with an external s ystem via a serial c ommunicati on line by means of the KIS s erial interface acc essor y (proprietar y pr otoc ol or ModBus RTU) and the KCH converter.

serial connection

Supervision
In general, a super vision s ys tem allows access to all unit functions, such as: making all s ettings which are accessi ble through the keyboard; reading all process variables of the inputs and outputs, whether digital or analogue; reading the various alarm c odes whic h are pres ent, and res etting them as necessar y; reading all programming par ameters and var ying some of them.

Maxi mum 200 units . Maxi mum distanc e 1,000 m.

KIS

KIS

KIS

KCH

Serial connection for compatible control


All units are equi pped with elec tronic c ontrol that is set up interfac e with an external BMS via a serial c ommunicati on line by means of the KRS485 s erial interface acc essor y (proprietar y pr otoc ol or ModBus RTU) and the following converters. KRS232 RS485/RS232 converter for connection to super vision systems ; KUSB RS485/U SB c onverter for c onnecti on to s uper vision systems ; The FTT10 LonWor ks compatible interface is also available.

Supervision
In general, a super vision s ys tem allows access to all unit functions, such as: making all s ettings which are accessi ble through the keyboard; reading all process variables of the inputs and outputs, whether digital or analogue; reading the various alarm c odes whic h are pres ent, and res etting them as necessar y.

Maxi mum 200 units . Maxi mum distanc e 1,000 m.

KRS485

KRS485

KRS485

KRS232 KUSB

KSC Clock card


Insertion of the cloc k card (KSC) favours flexi ble and efficient use of the unit, showing the date/time and allowi ng management of the mac hine in dail y or weekl y start/stop ti me periods, with the possibility to change s et-points. T he time periods c an be s et and managed from the keyboard.

Example of disp lay

! ALARM

Prg

MODE

ON OFF

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TCAEY-THAEY 115233 Performance


Choice of a chiller or heat pump and use of the performance tables
For eac h model, table D provi des the cooling capacity (QF), and the total abs orbed electric power (P), on the basis of the evaporator outlet water temperature with constant temperatur e differences T = 5C: the val ue of QT is the val ue of the heating capacity availabl e to the us er in winter mode. Within operating limits, the val ues i n table D may permit interpolations of performanc e but extrapolati ons are not per mitted. Table H shows the values of correcti ve coefficients to be applied to the nominal values if water with gl ycol is used. Graph 1 shows the pr essure drop values of the heat exc hangers (with respect to the indicated temper ature differenc es). Graph 2 indicates the useful static pressure of the pump (if pres ent).

performances

Example:
Design conditi ons for a water-cooled chiller with i nstallation P1: Requested cooling capacity = 29.2 kW; Temperature of water produc ed at evaporator = 13C; Temperature differential T at the evaporator = 5C; Inlet air temperatur e at condenser = 30C. Using the val ues i ndicated in table D, and supposing a temperatur e differential of T=5C at the c ondens er, it c an be seen that model 109 meets the requirement with: QF=29.2 kW; P=7.9 kW; The water flow rates G to be sent to the exc hangers are obtained using the followi ng formul ae: G (l/h) evaporator = (QFx860)T=(29.2x860)5=5022.4 (l/h); Graph 1 shows the press ure dr op values pw of the evaporator. pw evaporator = 60 kPa; Graph 2 shows the residual static press ure val ues pr available on the machine outlet 85 kPa.

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TCAEY-THAEY 115233 Performance data for TCAEY-THAEY 115233 models


Table D: TCAEY cooling capacit y (T = 5C at the evaporator) Tue (C) Ta (C) 20 QF kW 17,7 18,7 19,7 20,8 21,9 23,0 19,6 20,8 22,0 23,2 24,5 25,8 25,5 27,2 29,0 30,8 32,6 34,4 27,4 29,0 30,7 32,4 34,2 36,0 30,3 32,1 33,9 35,8 37,7 39,7 32,4 34,3 36,2 38,2 40,2 42,2 37,8 39,9 42,1 44,5 46,8 49,2 36,5 38,6 40,9 43,2 45,5 48,0 P kW 4,4 4,5 4,6 4,7 4,8 4,9 5,0 5,1 5,3 5,4 5,5 5,7 5,9 6,1 6,2 6,4 6,5 6,7 7,1 7,2 7,4 7,5 7,7 7,8 8,1 8,3 8,4 8,6 8,7 8,9 9,4 9,6 9,8 10,0 10,2 10,4 10,5 10,7 10,9 11,2 11,4 11,6 9,4 9,6 9,8 10,1 10,3 10,6 QF kW 16,7 17,7 18,6 19,6 20,7 21,7 18,6 19,7 20,9 22,0 23,3 24,5 24,2 25,9 27,5 29,2 30,9 32,7 26,0 27,5 29,2 30,8 32,5 34,2 28,8 30,5 32,2 34,1 35,9 37,7 30,9 32,7 34,5 36,3 38,3 40,2 36,0 38,1 40,3 42,5 44,7 47,0 34,7 36,8 38,9 41,1 43,3 45,6 25 P kW 4,9 5,0 5,1 5,2 5,3 5,4 5,6 5,7 5,8 6,0 6,1 6,3 6,6 6,7 6,8 7,0 7,2 7,3 7,8 8,0 8,1 8,3 8,4 8,6 8,9 9,1 9,2 9,4 9,5 9,7 10,3 10,5 10,7 10,9 11,1 11,3 11,5 11,7 11,9 12,1 12,4 12,6 10,3 10,6 10,8 11,1 11,3 11,6 QF kW 15,7 16,5 17,5 18,4 19,3 20,4 17,5 18,6 19,7 20,8 22,0 23,1 22,9 24,4 26,0 27,6 29,2 30,8 24,5 26,0 27,5 29,1 30,7 32,4 27,1 28,7 30,4 32,2 33,9 35,7 29,3 31,0 32,7 34,5 36,3 38,1 34,2 36,2 38,1 40,3 42,4 44,6 32,7 34,7 36,8 38,8 40,9 43,2 30 P kW 5,4 5,5 5,7 5,8 5,9 6,0 6,2 6,4 6,5 6,6 6,7 6,9 7,3 7,4 7,6 7,7 7,9 8,1 8,7 8,9 9,0 9,1 9,3 9,5 9,9 10,0 10,2 10,3 10,5 10,6 11,3 11,5 11,7 11,9 12,1 12,3 12,6 12,8 13,0 13,2 13,5 13,7 11,5 11,7 11,9 12,2 12,4 12,7 QF kW 14,6 15,4 16,3 17,1 18,0 18,9 16,4 17,4 18,4 19,5 20,6 21,7 21,4 22,7 24,3 25,8 27,3 28,9 22,9 24,3 25,7 27,2 28,8 30,3 25,3 26,9 28,4 30,1 31,8 33,4 27,5 29,1 30,7 32,4 34,0 35,8 32,1 34,0 35,9 37,9 39,9 42,0 30,6 32,5 34,5 36,5 38,5 40,6 35 P kW 6,0 6,2 6,3 6,4 6,5 6,6 7,0 7,1 7,2 7,3 7,4 7,6 8,7 8,8 8,8 8,8 8,8 8,8 9,7 9,8 10,0 10,1 10,3 10,4 10,9 11,1 11,2 11,3 11,5 11,6 12,4 12,6 12,8 13,1 13,3 13,5 13,8 14,0 14,2 14,5 14,7 14,9 12,8 13,0 13,2 13,4 13,7 13,9 QF kW 13,4 14,2 15,0 15,8 16,6 17,5 15,2 16,1 17,1 18,1 19,2 20,2 19,8 21,2 22,5 23,9 25,4 26,9 21,1 22,4 23,8 25,2 26,6 28,1 23,4 24,8 26,3 27,8 29,4 31,0 25,6 27,1 28,6 30,2 31,8 33,4 29,9 31,7 33,5 35,4 37,3 39,3 28,4 30,2 32,0 33,9 35,8 37,8 40 P kW 6,7 6,8 6,9 7,0 7,2 7,3 7,8 7,9 8,0 8,1 8,2 8,3 9,1 9,1 9,2 9,3 9,5 9,7 10,9 10,9 11,0 11,2 11,3 11,5 12,1 12,2 12,3 12,4 12,5 12,7 13,6 13,9 14,1 14,3 14,5 14,7 15,1 15,3 15,6 15,8 16,0 16,2 14,3 14,4 14,6 14,8 15,0 15,3 QF kW 12,9 13,7 14,4 14,7 15,6 16,6 19,2 20,5 21,8 20,4 21,7 23,0 22,6 24,0 25,4 24,8 26,2 27,7 29,0 30,8 32,5 27,5 29,2 31,0 42

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Model

5 7 9 11 13 15 5 7 9 11 13 15 5 7 9 11 13 15 5 7 9 11 13 15 5 7 9 11 13 15 5 7 9 11 13 15 5 7 9 11 13 15 5 7 9 11 13 15

P kW 7,0 7,1 7,2 8,1 8,2 8,3 9,5 9,5 9,6 11,3 11,4 11,5 12,6 12,7 12,7 14,1 14,4 14,6 15,7 15,8 16,1 14,9 15,0 15,2 -

Ta = Dry bulb external air temper ature. Tue = Evaporator outlet water temperature(T inlet/outlet = 5 C). QF = Cooling capacity (evaporator fouling factor of 0.35 X 10-4 mC/W). P = Total abs orbed el ectrical power (compress or, fan and pump P1).

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Table D: THAEY cooling capacit y (T = 5C at the evaporator) Tue (C) Ta (C) 20 QF kW 17,5 18,6 19,6 20,6 21,7 22,8 19,6 20,8 22,0 23,2 24,5 25,8 24,9 26,6 28,3 30,0 31,8 33,6 26,7 28,3 29,9 31,6 33,3 35,0 29,7 31,5 33,3 35,1 37,0 38,9 31,9 33,8 35,6 37,5 39,5 41,5 37,8 39,9 42,1 44,5 46,8 49,2 36,5 38,6 40,9 43,2 45,5 48,0 P kW 4,4 4,5 4,6 4,7 4,8 4,9 5,0 5,1 5,2 5,4 5,5 5,6 5,9 6,0 6,2 6,3 6,5 6,7 7,1 7,3 7,4 7,6 7,7 7,9 7,9 8,1 8,2 8,4 8,5 8,7 9,2 9,4 9,6 9,8 10,0 10,2 10,5 10,7 10,9 11,2 11,4 11,6 9,4 9,6 9,8 10,1 10,3 10,6 QF kW 16,6 17,5 18,5 19,5 20,5 21,5 18,6 19,7 20,9 22,0 23,3 24,5 23,6 25,3 26,8 28,5 30,1 31,9 25,3 26,8 28,4 30,0 31,6 33,4 28,3 29,9 31,6 33,4 35,2 37,0 30,4 32,2 34,0 35,7 37,7 39,6 36,0 38,1 40,3 42,5 44,7 47,0 34,7 36,8 38,9 41,1 43,3 45,6 25 P kW 4,9 5,0 5,1 5,2 5,3 5,4 5,5 5,7 5,8 5,9 6,1 6,2 6,5 6,7 6,8 7,0 7,1 7,3 7,9 8,1 8,2 8,4 8,5 8,7 8,7 8,9 9,0 9,2 9,3 9,5 10,1 10,3 10,5 10,7 10,9 11,1 11,5 11,7 11,9 12,1 12,4 12,6 10,3 10,6 10,8 11,1 11,3 11,6 QF kW 15,5 16,4 17,3 18,3 19,2 20,2 17,5 18,6 19,7 20,8 22,0 23,1 22,3 23,8 25,3 26,9 28,5 30,0 23,9 25,3 26,8 28,3 29,9 31,5 26,6 28,2 29,8 31,6 33,3 35,0 28,8 30,4 32,2 33,9 35,7 37,4 34,2 36,2 38,1 40,3 42,4 44,6 32,7 34,7 36,8 38,8 40,9 43,2 30 P kW 5,4 5,5 5,7 5,8 5,9 6,0 6,2 6,3 6,4 6,6 6,7 6,8 7,2 7,4 7,5 7,7 7,8 8,0 8,8 8,9 9,1 9,2 9,4 9,6 9,7 9,8 9,9 10,1 10,2 10,4 11,1 11,3 11,5 11,7 11,9 12,1 12,6 12,8 13,0 13,2 13,5 13,7 11,5 11,7 11,9 12,2 12,4 12,7 QF kW 14,5 15,3 16,1 17,0 17,9 18,8 16,4 17,4 18,4 19,5 20,6 21,7 20,9 22,3 23,7 25,2 26,6 28,2 22,3 24,3 25,1 26,5 28,0 29,5 24,8 26,8 27,9 29,5 31,1 32,8 27,0 29,1 30,2 31,8 33,5 35,3 32,1 34,0 35,9 37,9 39,9 42,0 30,6 32,5 34,5 36,5 38,5 40,6 35 P kW 6,0 6,2 6,3 6,4 6,5 6,6 6,9 7,0 7,1 7,3 7,4 7,5 8,5 8,5 8,5 8,5 8,5 8,5 9,9 10,0 10,1 10,2 10,4 10,5 11,1 11,1 11,1 11,1 11,1 11,1 12,2 12,6 12,6 12,8 13,0 13,2 13,8 14,0 14,2 14,5 14,7 14,4 12,8 13,0 13,2 13,4 13,7 13,9 QF kW 13,3 14,1 14,8 15,7 16,5 17,3 15,2 16,1 17,1 18,1 19,2 20,2 19,4 20,6 22,0 23,3 24,7 26,2 20,6 21,8 23,2 24,5 25,9 27,4 22,9 24,3 25,8 27,3 28,8 30,4 25,1 26,6 28,1 29,7 31,2 32,9 29,9 31,7 33,5 35,4 37,3 39,3 28,4 30,2 32,0 33,9 35,8 37,8 40 P kW 6,7 6,8 6,9 7,1 7,2 7,3 7,7 7,8 7,9 8,0 8,1 8,3 9,0 9,1 9,2 9,3 9,4 9,6 11,0 11,1 11,2 11,3 11,4 11,6 11,8 11,9 12,0 12,1 12,2 12,4 13,4 13,6 13,8 14,0 14,3 14,5 15,1 15,3 15,6 15,8 16,0 16,2 14,3 14,4 14,6 14,8 15,0 15,3 QF kW 12,8 13,6 14,3 14,7 15,6 16,6 18,7 20,0 21,3 19,9 21,1 22,4 22,1 23,5 24,9 24,4 25,8 27,2 29,0 30,8 32,5 27,5 29,2 31,0 42 P kW 7,0 7.1 7,2 8,1 8,1 8,2 9,4 9,5 9,5 11,4 11,5 11,6 12,3 12,4 12,5 13,9 14,1 14,3 15,7 15,9 16,1 14,9 15,0 15,2 -

Model

5 7 9 11 13 15 5 7 9 11 13 15 5 7 9 11 13 15 5 7 9 11 13 15 5 7 9 11 13 15 5 7 9 11 13 15 5 7 9 11 13 15 5 7 9 11 13 15

Ta = Dry bulb external air temper ature. Tue = Evaporator outlet water temperature(T inlet/outlet = 5 C). QF = Cooling capacity (evaporator fouling factor of 0,35 X 10-4 mC/W). P = Total abs orbed el ectrical power (compress or, fan and pump P1).

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Table D: THAEY heating capacit y (T = 5C at the evaporator) Tuc (C) 45 QT P kW kW 12,7 5,8 14,2 5,8 16,8 6,0 18,1 6,0 20,4 6,0 23,0 6,0 13,5 6,7 15,1 6,7 17,9 6,7 19,3 6,7 21,8 6,7 24,6 6,7 17,9 8,7 20,1 8,5 23,9 8,5 25,8 8,5 29,1 8,5 32,8 8,5 19,9 9,7 22,1 9,6 26,1 9,5 28,2 9,5 32,0 9,5 36,2 9,5 23,1 10,9 25,8 10,8 30,7 10,7 33,1 10,7 37,5 10,6 42,2 10,6 25,5 11,3 28,9 11,5 34,4 11,7 37,1 11,8 41,9 11,9 47,1 12,0 29,3 13,5 32,8 13,7 39,1 14,0 42,3 14,1 47,9 14,3 53,9 14,4 29,0 13,1 32,1 13,0 37,5 13,0 40,4 13,0 45,9 13,1 52,0 13,2 RH (%) Ta (C)

Model

35 QT kW 12,8 14,5 17,4 18,8 21,4 24,2 13,0 15,0 18,4 20,0 22,8 26,0 17,1 20,0 24,5 26,7 30,6 34,8 19,3 22,2 27,1 29,5 33,8 38,3 22,8 26,3 31,9 34,7 39,5 44,6 25,9 29,6 35,7 38,6 43,8 49,5 29,5 33,6 40,7 44,1 50,3 56,8 28,2 31,9 38,7 42,2 48,3 55,0 P kW 4,7 4,7 4,7 4,7 4,8 4,8 4,9 5,0 5,1 5,2 5,3 5,4 6,2 6,3 6,4 6,4 6,5 6,6 7,2 7,3 7,4 7,4 7,5 7,6 8,2 8,3 8,4 8,5 8,6 8,7 9,3 9,4 9,5 9,6 9,7 9,8 11,1 11,2 11,4 11,5 11,7 11,8 9,7 9,8 10,1 10,2 10,4 10,6 QT kW 12,8 14,4 17,1 18,5 20,9 23,6 13,1 15,0 18,1 19,6 22,3 25,3 17,3 19,9 24,2 26,2 29,9 33,8 19,4 22,0 26,6 28,9 32,9 37,3 22,7 25,9 31,3 33,9 38,5 43,5 25,6 29,2 35,1 37,9 42,9 48,3 29,4 33,2 39,9 43,2 49,0 55,4 28,4 31,9 38,0 41,3 47,1 53,5

40 P kW 5,2 5,2 5,3 5,3 5,3 5,4 5,7 5,7 5,8 5,8 5,9 6,0 7,2 7,2 7,2 7,2 7,3 7,4 8,3 8,3 8,3 8,4 8,4 8,5 9,4 9,4 9,5 9,5 9,5 9,6 10,3 10,4 10,5 10,6 10,7 10,8 12,3 12,4 12,6 12,7 12,9 13,0 11,2 11,2 11,4 11,5 11,7 11,8

50 QT kW 16,6 17,8 20,0 22,4 17,8 19,0 21,3 23,9 23,8 25,4 28,4 31,8 25,8 27,7 31,1 35,0 30,2 32,4 36,4 40,8 33,8 36,3 40,9 45,8 38,2 41,3 46,6 52,3 37,1 39,7 44,7 50,4 P kW 6,6 6,6 6,7 6,7 7,6 7,6 7,5 7,5 9,6 9,4 9,2 9,2 10,9 10,8 10,7 10,6 12,1 12,0 11,9 11,8 12,9 13,0 13,2 13,3 15,5 15,6 15,8 15,9 14,8 14,7 14,7 14,7 QT kW 16,4 17,6 19,7 22,1 17,7 18,8 21,0 23,5 23,8 25,2 28,0 31,2 25,7 27,3 30,5 34,2 29,9 31,9 35,7 39,9 33,3 35,8 40,1 44,9 37,8 40,7 45,7 51,3 37,0 39,3 43,9 49,4

53 P kW 7,0 7,1 7,2 7,2 8,3 8,2 8,1 8,1 10,4 10,2 9,9 9,8 11,8 11,6 11,5 11,4 13,1 12,9 12,7 12,6 13,7 13,9 14,1 14,2 16,5 16,6 16,8 16,9 16,1 15,9 15,7 15,7

-5 0 7 10 15 20 -5 0 7 10 15 20 -5 0 7 10 15 20 -5 0 7 10 15 20 -5 0 7 10 15 20 -5 0 7 10 15 20 -5 0 7 10 15 20 -5 0 7 10 15 20

85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85

Tuc = Evaporator outlet water temperature(T inlet/outlet = 5 C). Ta = Dry bulb external air temper ature. RH = Relative humi dity. QT = Heating capacity (evaporator fouling fac tor of 0,35 X 10-4 mC/W). P = Total abs orbed el ectrical power (compress or, fan and pump P1).

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RC100 and DS15 accessories: performances and pressure drops
Table G: Performan ces and pr essur e drops of the RC100 and DS15 accessories TCAEY-THAEY MODEL RC100 - 100% recover y Water inlet/outlet temper ature Nominal heating capacity () Recover y nominal fl ow Recover y nominal pressure drops Recover y water content DS - Desuperh eater Water inlet/outlet temper ature Nominal heating capacity () Desuperheater nominal water fl ow Desuperheater nominal pressur e drops Desuperheater water content. 133 C kW m/h kPa l 35/40 (**) 44,3 7620 3,7 3,1 40/45 (*) 43,3 7448 3,5 3,1 45/50 (**) 42,4 7293 3,4 3,1 35/40 (**) 41,2 7086 3,2 3,1 233 40/45 (*) 40,3 6932 3,0 3,1

performances

45/50 (**) 39,4 6777 2,9 3,1

C kW m/h kPa l

40/50 (***) 8,4 724 3,5 0,45

50/60 (***) 6,1 529 2,0 0,45

40/50 (***) 8,0 688 3,3 0,45

50/60 (***) 5,8 499 1,9 0,45

() Heating capacity with rec over y and desuperheater fouling fac tor equi val ent to 0,35x10-4 m K/W. (*) Conditions referred to the unit complete with c ondens ation control (FI10) with standard c alibration, c hilled water temperature of 7C and evaporator temperature differ ential of 5K. (**) Conditions refer to the unit compl ete with c ondensati on c ontr ol (FI10), with suitabl e calibration ( expressl y requested when the order is made), chilled water temperature of 7C and temperatur e difference at the evapor ator of 5K. (***) Conditions refer to the unit with chilled water temperature of 7C and temperature differ ence at the evaporator of 5K.

Operating limits: RC100: hot water temperature of 35-50C with permitted water temperature differential of 46K; the mini mum permitted water i nlet temperature is 30C. DS: hot water temperature of 45 60C with mini mum permitted water temperature differ ential of 10K; the mini mum permitted water i nlet temperature is 40C. With the access or y RC100 the unit is equipped with the acc essor y FI10.

Attention Units fitted with a permanent recovery unit or des uperheater i n series with the compressor must be us ed in compliance with the regulations s et out by Ministerial Decree 1/12/1975 Safety r egulations for appliances c ontaining hot press urized fluids and by its technical applicati on specificati ons (collec tions R and H). This law is onl y valid in the Italian Republic. In the event of installation in other countries, pleas e keep to the loc al laws in force. Hot water for domestic use c an be produc ed onl y with the use of an additi onal heat exchanger which is suited to the purpose. Refer to c urrent l aws and standards i n the place of i nstallation.

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Table E: R esidual static pressur e, TC AEY TH AEY models, in stallation P1 115 117 122 124 127 130 133 233 G pr G pr G pr G pr G pr G pr G pr G pr (l/h) (kPa) (l/h) (kPa) (l/h) (kPa) (l/h) (kPa) (l/h) (kPa) (l/h) (kPa) (l/h) (kPa) (l/h) (kPa) 970 204,7 1000 204 1360 204 1256 206 1667 159 1650 161 2524 155 2524 155 1237 197 1268 196 1636 199 1600 200 2149 155 2024 158 2923 153 2923 153 1650 185 1684 183 2006 189 1960 193 2586 150 2494 153 3977 146 3977 146 1980 173 2014 171 2250 182 2327 184 3000 143 2855 149 4312 144 4312 144 2215 164 2241 163 2590 172 2680 175 3620 135 3398 141 4610 142 4610 142 2446 155 2560 150 2830 165 2966 167 3970 128 3750 136 5357 137 5357 137 2650 147 2872 136 3160 155 3255 159 4380 120 4030 131 5650 135 5650 135 2848 137 3086 126 3375 147 3414 153 4650 115 4370 125 6058 133 6058 133 3060 126,9 3241 118 3557 141 3620 147 5100 103 4560 121 6805 130 6805 130 3395 110 3426 109 3850 130 4085 129 5425 95 5095 108 7269 127 7269 127 3547 103 3700 95 4140 117 4460 114 5600 89 5500 99 7790 122 7790 122 4760 40 4760 40 5750 50 5750 68 6130 73 6310 81 8210 119 8210 119

Table E: R esidual static pressur e, TC AEY TH AEY models, in stallation ASP1 115 117 122 124 127 130 133 233 G pr G pr G pr G pr G pr G pr G pr G pr (l/h) (kPa) (l/h) (kPa) (l/h) (kPa) (l/h) (kPa) (l/h) (kPa) (l/h) (kPa) (l/h) (kPa) (l/h) (kPa) 860 206 952 203 1203 204 1256 203 1667 156 1307 161 2923 145 2923 145 1237 193 1139 195 1636 192 1960 184 2149 151 1650 158 3493 138 3493 138 1650 178 1423 183 2006 180 2680 158 2586 144 2494 148 3977 132 3977 132 1980 164 1668 172 2250 169 2966 146 3620 123 2855 142 4610 122 4610 122 2215 153 2198 147 2590 156 3255 134 3970 114 3398 131 5008 117 5008 117 2446 141 2596 128 2830 146 3620 116 4380 103 3750 123 5357 111 5357 111 2650 130 2870 113 3160 131 3820 104 4650 95 4370 107 5650 106 5650 106 2848 117 3102 101 3375 120 4010 95 4920 86 4560 102 6058 99 6058 99 3060 104 3298 90 3557 111 4085 89 5100 79 4800 94 6805 88 6805 88 3184 97 3405 84 3950 90 4260 85 5425 68 5240 80 7269 79 7269 79 3272 90 3621 72 4140 85 4460 73 5600 61 5500 73 7790 67 7790 67 4058 40 4058 40 4900 39 5108 41 6130 39 5924 61 8210 57 8210 57

Table E: R esidual static pressur e, TC AEY TH AEY models, in stallation P2 133 233 G pr G pr (l/h) (kPa) (l/h) (kPa) 2015 238 2015 238 2600 237 2600 237 3520 236 3520 236 4145 235 4145 235 4602 234 4602 234 5171 233 5171 233 6200 230 6200 230 6525 229 6525 229 6860 227 6860 227 7277 225 7277 225 7524 224 7524 224 7857 221 7857 221

Table E: R esidual static pressur e, TC AEY TH AEY models, in stallation ASP2 133 233 G pr G pr (l/h) (kPa) (l/h) (kPa) 2600 231 2600 231 3520 225 3520 225 4145 219 4145 219 4602 214 4602 214 5171 208 5171 208 5810 200 5810 200 6200 194 6200 194 6525 190 6525 190 6860 184 6860 184 7277 176 7277 176 7524 172 7524 172 7857 165 7857 165

G = Water flow pr = Residual static pressure Table F: Pr essure drop s, TCAEY THAEY mod els, Standard installation 133 233 G pw G pw (l/h) (kPa) (l/h) (kPa) 2524 6 2524 6 2923 8 2923 8 3977 15 3977 15 4312 17 4312 17 4610 20 4610 20 5357 27 5357 27 5650 30 5650 30 6058 34 6058 34 6805 43 6805 43 7269 49 7269 49 7790 56 7790 56 8210 62 8210 62

G = Water flow pw = Press ure drops

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Graph 1: pr essur e drops, TCAEY-THAEY 115233 h eat exch angers


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115 117
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124 130

Calculation of pr essur e drops The water flow rate at the exchanger is c alculated accordi ng to the followi ng formula: G = (Q x 860) : T Wher e: G (l/h) = water fl ow rate at the exc hanger; Q (kW) = exchanged power, which may be QF (for the evaporator) or QT (for the condens er), depending on the exchanger in question; T (C) = temperature differential; Pressure drops c an be obtai ned from the graph al ongside, or calculated using the followi ng formulae: pw = pwnom x (G : Gnom) N.B.: For all machines, refer in any c ase to admissible operating limits and thermal differences (T).

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122 127 133


1 1000 G (l/h)

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pw ( kPa) = nominal press ure drop at the exchanger in question (table on Tec hnic al data): G (l/h) = water fl ow rate at the exc hanger in questi on;

Graph 2: r esidu al st atic pr essur e TC AEY-THAEY 115233 P1-P2 installation


250 240 230 220 210 200 190 180 170 160 150 140 130 120 110 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500 G (l/h) 115-117 P1 5000 5500 124 P1 122 P1 6000 130 P1 127 P1 133-233 P1 133-233 P2

Graph 2: r esidu al st atic pr essur e TC AEY-THAEY 115233 ASP1-ASP2 installation


250 240 230 220 210 200 190 180 170 160 150 140 130 120 110 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 2500 115-117 ASP1 3000 3500 4000 122 ASP1 4500 G (l/h) 5000 124 ASP1 5500 130 ASP1 127 ASP1 6000 133-233 ASP1 133-233 ASP2

pr = Residual static pressure G = Water flow rate

pr = Residual static pressure G = Water flow rate

Calculation of r esidu al st atic pr essur e The residual static pressure values can be obtained from graph 2 based on measured flow rates.

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TXAEY 117133 Performance data for TXAEY 117133 models


Table D: TXAEY cooling capacit y (T = 5C at the evaporator) AUTOMATIC 1 Tue (C) Ta (C) 20 QF kW 19,6 20,8 22,0 23,2 24,5 25,8 26,7 28,2 29,9 31,5 33,3 35,0 31,9 33,8 35,6 37,5 39,5 41,5 37,7 40,0 42,2 44,5 46,8 49,3 P kW 5,0 5,1 5,2 5,4 5,5 5,6 7,1 7,3 7,4 7,6 7,8 7,9 9,2 9,4 9,6 9,8 10,0 10,2 10,5 10,7 10,9 11,1 11,4 11,6 QF kW 18,6 19,7 20,9 22,1 23,3 24,5 25,3 26,8 28,4 30,0 31,7 33,3 30,4 32,2 34,4 35,7 37,7 39,6 36,0 38,1 40,3 42,5 44,7 47,0 25 P kW 5,5 5,7 5,8 5,9 6,1 6,2 7,9 8,1 8,2 8,4 8,5 8,7 10,1 10,3 10,5 10,7 10,9 11,1 11,4 11,7 11,9 12,1 12,3 12,6 QF kW 17,5 18,6 19,7 20,8 22,0 23,1 23,8 25,3 26,8 28,3 29,9 31,5 28,8 30,4 32,2 33,9 35,7 37,4 34,2 36,2 38,2 40,3 42,4 44,7 30 P kW 6,2 6,3 6,4 6,6 6,7 6,8 8,8 9,0 9,1 9,2 9,4 9,6 11,1 11,3 11,5 11,7 11,9 12,1 12,6 12,8 13,0 13,2 13,5 13,7 QF kW 16,4 17,4 18,4 19,5 20,6 21,7 22,2 23,6 25,0 26,5 28,0 29,5 27,0 28,6 30,2 31,8 33,5 35,3 32,1 34,0 36,0 37,9 40,0 42,0 35 P kW 6,9 7,0 7,1 7,2 7,4 7,5 9,8 9,9 10,1 10,2 10,4 10,5 12,2 12,4 12,6 12,8 13,0 13,2 13,8 14,0 14,2 14,5 14,7 14,9 QF kW 15,2 16,1 17,1 18,1 19,2 20,2 20,5 21,8 23,1 24,5 25,9 27,3 25,1 26,6 28,1 29,7 31,2 32,9 30,0 31,8 33,6 35,4 37,4 39,4 40 P kW 7,7 7,8 7,9 8,0 8,1 8,3 11,0 11,0 11,1 11,3 11,4 11,6 13,4 13,6 13,8 14,0 14,2 14,4 15,1 15,3 15,6 15,8 16,0 16,3 QF kW 14,7 15,6 16,6 19,8 21,1 22,4 24,4 25,8 27,2 29,1 30,8 32,6 42

performances

Model

5 7 9 11 13 15 5 7 9 11 13 15 5 7 9 11 13 15 5 7 9 11 13 15

P kW 8,1 8,1 8,2 11,4 11,5 11,6 13,9 14,1 14,3 15,7 15,9 16,1 -

Ta = Dry bulb external air temper ature. Tue = Evaporator outlet water temperature(T inlet/outlet = 5 C). QF = Cooling capacity (evaporator fouling factor of 0,35 X 10-4 mC/W). P = Total abs orbed el ectrical power (compress or, fan and pump P1).

133

130

124

117

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Table D: TXAEY cooling and heating cap acit y with heat recover y (T = 5C at the evaporator) AUTOMATIC 2 Tue (C) Tuc (C) Qf kW 18,8 19,5 21,3 22,7 24,1 25,5 28,2 30,0 31,9 33,9 35,9 38,0 30,6 32,9 35,2 37,7 40,2 42,8 36,6 39,3 42,1 39,7 42,7 45,8 30 Qt kW 21,1 22,3 23,5 24,8 26,1 27,5 31,1 32,8 34,5 36,4 38,3 40,3 37,8 39,9 42,0 44,2 46,5 48,9 44,9 47,3 49,9 52,5 55,3 58,2 P kW 4,1 7,4 7,4 4,5 4,5 4,6 5,4 10,7 10,7 6,4 6,4 6,5 8,0 8,0 8,1 8,2 8,3 8,4 9,5 9,6 9,7 9,8 9,9 10,0 Qf kW 17,8 18,5 20,2 21,5 22,9 24,3 26,7 28,5 30,4 32,3 34,3 36,4 29,0 31,2 33,4 35,7 38,2 40,7 34,6 37,2 39,9 37,4 40,3 43,3 35 Qt kW 20,7 21,8 23,0 24,2 25,5 26,8 30,3 32,0 33,7 35,5 37,4 39,3 37,1 39,0 41,1 43,2 45,4 47,6 44,0 46,3 48,8 51,4 54,0 56,6 P kW 4,3 4,4 4,4 5,0 5,0 5,1 6,2 6,3 6,3 7,1 7,1 7,2 8,8 8,9 8,9 9,0 9,1 9,1 10,4 10,5 10,6 10,7 10,8 10,8 Qf kW 16,8 16,6 19,1 20,3 21,6 22,9 25,1 26,8 28,6 30,4 32,4 34,3 27,1 29,2 31,4 33,6 35,9 38,3 32,4 34,9 37,5 34,9 37,6 40,5 40 Qt kW 20,2 21,3 22,4 23,6 24,8 26,1 29,6 31,2 32,8 34,6 36,3 38,2 36,3 38,2 40,1 42,2 44,3 46,4 43,0 45,3 47,6 50,1 52,5 55,2 P kW 4,8 4,9 4,9 5,5 5,6 5,6 7,0 7,0 7,0 7,9 8,0 8,0 9,7 9,8 9,9 9,9 10,0 10,0 11,6 11,6 11,7 11,8 11,8 11,9 Qf kW 15,6 15,7 17,8 18,9 20,1 21,4 22,5 23,1 26,6 28,3 30,2 32,1 25,1 27,1 29,1 31,2 33,5 35,7 30,1 32,4 34,9 32,1 34,7 37,4 45 Qt kW 19,8 20,8 21,9 23,0 24,1 25,4 28,9 30,4 32,0 33,5 35,3 37,0 35,5 37,2 39,1 41,0 43,0 45,1 42,0 44,2 46,4 48,7 51,1 53,5 P kW 5,4 5,5 5,5 6,2 6,2 6,3 7,8 7,9 7,9 8,9 8,9 8,9 10,8 10,5 10,9 11,0 11,0 11,1 12,8 12,9 13,0 13,0 13,1 13,2 Qf kW 14,3 14,9 16,4 17,5 18,6 19,8 21,3 22,8 24,4 26,1 27,8 29,5 22,9 24,7 26,6 28,6 30,7 32,9 27,4 29,6 31,9 29,0 31,5 34,0 50 Qt kW 19,4 20,3 21,3 22,3 23,4 24,5 28,1 29,5 30,9 32,4 34,0 35,6 34,6 36,2 38,0 39,8 41,7 43,6 41,0 43,0 45,2 47,3 49,5 51,9 P kW 6,1 6,1 6,2 7,0 7,0 7,0 8,8 8,8 8,8 9,9 10,0 10,0 12,0 12,1 12,2 12,2 12,3 12,3 14,3 14,3 14,4 14,5 14,5 14,6 Qf kW 13,5 13,8 15,5 16,5 17,7 18,8 20,0 21,5 23,0 24,5 26,1 27,9 21,4 23,2 25,0 26,9 29,0 31,1 25,8 27,9 30,1 27,1 29,5 32,0 53 Qt kW 19,1 20,0 20,9 21,9 23,0 24,1 27,6 28,9 30,3 31,7 33,2 34,8 34,0 35,6 37,3 39,1 40,9 42,8 40,4 42,3 44,3 46,4 48,5 50,8 P kW 6,9 6,9 6,9 7,4 7,5 7,5 10,0 9,9 9,9 10,6 10,7 10,7 12,8 12,9 13,0 13,0 13,1 13,1 15,2 15,3 15,4 15,4 15,5 15,5

Model

5 7 9 11 13 15 5 7 9 11 13 15 5 7 9 11 13 15 5 7 9 11 13 15

133

130

124

117

Tue = Evaporator outlet water temperature (T inlet/outlet = 5 C). Tuc = Condens er outlet water temperature (T inlet/outlet = 5 C). QF = Cooling capacity (evaporator fouling factor of 0,35 X 10-4 mC/W). QT = Heating capacity (evaporator fouling factor of 0,35 X 10-4 mC/W). P = Total abs orbed el ectrical power (compress or and pump). Nominal conditions of summer operation A1 Evaporator i nlet/outl et water 12C/7C, condens er inlet/outlet water 30C/35C.

Nominal conditions of winter oper ation S1, S2 and A3 Condenser i nlet/outl et water 40C/45C, evaporator inlet water 10C, water fl ow rate as for summer operati on. Nominal recover y conditions A2 Condenser i nlet/outl et water 40/45C, evaporator inlet/outl et water 12/7C.

ATTENTION ! The temperature differ ential T of the inl et and outlet water temperature at the evaporator shoul d be between 3C and 8C.

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Table D: TXAEY h eating capacit y (T = 5C at the evaporator) SELECT 1, SELECT 2 , AUTOMATIC 3 Tuc (C) 45 QT P kW kW 13,8 6,7 15,2 6,6 17,9 6,7 19,3 6,7 21,8 6,7 24,5 6,8 20,4 9,6 22,7 9,6 26,1 9,5 27,8 9,5 31,3 9,5 35,3 9,6 25,6 11,2 28,9 11,4 34,4 11,7 37,1 11,8 41,8 12,0 46,9 12,1 29,8 13,5 33,5 13,7 39,1 14,0 42,0 14,1 47,2 14,3 53,2 14,5 RH (%) Ta (C)

Model

35 QT kW 13,3 15,1 18,4 20,0 22,9 25,9 19,9 22,6 26,7 29,0 33,1 37,5 25,9 29,6 35,7 38,6 43,8 49,4 30,2 34,2 40,4 43,7 49,7 56,2 P kW 4,8 4,9 5,1 5,2 5,3 5,4 7,2 7,3 7,4 7,4 7,5 7,7 9,2 9,3 9,5 9,5 9,7 9,9 11,0 11,1 11,3 11,5 11,7 11,9 QT kW 13,4 15,0 18,1 19,6 22,3 25,2 20,0 22,5 26,3 28,4 32,2 36,5 25,7 29,3 35,1 37,8 42,8 48,1 30,0 33,9 39,8 42,8 48,5 54,7

40 P kW 5,6 5,7 5,8 5,9 6,0 6,1 8,3 8,3 8,4 8,4 8,5 8,6 10,2 10,3 10,5 10,6 10,8 10,9 12,2 12,4 12,6 12,7 12,9 13,1

50 QT kW 17,7 18,9 21,2 23,8 26,0 27,6 30,3 34,1 33,7 36,3 40,7 45,5 38,5 41,2 45,9 51,5 P kW 7,6 7,6 7,6 7,6 10,9 10,8 10,7 10,7 12,9 13,1 13,3 13,5 15,6 15,7 15,9 16,1 QT kW 17,7 18,9 21,2 23,8 25,9 27,4 29,9 33,3 33,3 35,7 40,0 44,7 38,2 40,7 45,2 50,5

53 P kW 7,6 7,6 7,6 7,6 11,7 11,6 11,5 11,5 13,8 13,9 14,2 14,4 16,6 16,7 17,0 17,1

-5 0 7 10 15 20 -5 0 7 10 15 20 -5 0 7 10 15 20 -5 0 7 10 15 20

85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85

Tuc = Evaporator outlet water temperature(T inlet/outlet = 5 C). Ta = Dry bulb external air temper ature. RH = Relative humi dity. QT = Heating capacity (evaporator fouling factor of 0,35 X 10-4 mC/W). P = Total abs orbed el ectrical power (compress or, fan and pump P1).

133

130

124

117

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Pressure drops, pump useful static pressure

Table E: Pump useful static pressure, TXAEY models, installation P1 117 124 130 133 G pr G pr G pr G pr (l/h) (kPa) (l/h) (kPa) (l/h) (kPa) (l/h) (kPa) 1000 204 1256 206 1650 161 2524 155 1268 196 1600 200 2024 158 2923 153 1684 183 1960 193 2494 153 3977 146 2014 171 2327 184 2855 149 4312 144 2241 163 2680 175 3398 141 4610 142 2560 150 2966 167 3750 136 5357 137 2872 136 3255 159 4030 131 5650 135 3086 126 3414 153 4370 125 6058 133 3241 118 3620 147 4560 121 6805 130 3426 109 4085 129 5095 108 7269 127 3698 95 4460 114 5500 99 7790 122 4760 40 5750 68 6310 81 8210 119

Table E: Pump useful static pressure, TXAEY models, installation ASP1 133 G pr (l/h) (kPa) 2923 145 3493 138 3977 132 4610 122 5008 117 5357 111 5650 106 6058 99 6805 88 7269 79 7790 67 8210 57

Table E: Pump useful static pressure, TXAEY models, installation P2 133 G pr (l/h) (kPa) 2015 238 2600 237 3520 236 4145 235 4602 234 5171 233 6200 230 6525 229 6860 227 7277 225 7524 224 7857 221

Table E: Pump useful static pressure, TXAEY models, installation ASP2 133 G pr (l/h) (kPa) 2600 231 3520 225 4145 219 4602 214 5171 208 5810 200 6200 194 6525 190 6860 184 7277 176 7524 172 7857 165

G = Water flow pr = Motor-driven pump useful static press ure

Table F: Pr essure drop s, TXAEY models, Standard in stallation 133 G pw (l/h) (kPa) 2524 6 2923 8 3977 15 4312 17 4610 20 5357 27 5650 30 6058 34 6805 43 7269 49 7790 56 8210 62

G = Water flow pw = Press ure drops

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TXAEY pressure drops and residual static pressure

Graph 1: pr essur e drops, TXAEY 117133 h eat exch angers


1000

124
100

133 117
10

Calculation of pr essur e drops The water flow rate at the exchanger is c alculated accordi ng to the followi ng formula: G = (Q x 860) : T Wher e: G (l/h) = water fl ow rate at the exc hanger; Q (kW) = exchanged power, which may be QF (for the evaporator) or QT (for the condens er), depending on the exchanger in question; T (C) = temperature differential; Pressure drops c an be obtai ned from the graph al ongside, or calculated using the followi ng formulae: pw = pwnom x (G : Gnom)

130

1 1000 G (l/h)

10000

N.B.: For all machines, refer in any c ase to admissible operating limits and thermal differences (T).

pw ( kPa) = nominal press ure drop at the exchanger in question (table on Tec hnic al data): G (l/h) = water fl ow rate at the exc hanger in questi on;

Graph 2: TXAEY 117133 r esidu al static pr essure, installation P1-P2


250 240 230 220 210 200 190 180 170 160 150 140 130 120 110 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500 G (l/h) 117 P1 5000 5500 6000 124 P1 130 P1 133 P1 133 P2

Graph 2: TXAEY 117133 r esidu al static pr essure, installation ASP1-ASP2


250 240 230 220 210 200 190 180 170 160 150 140 130 120 110 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500 G (l/h) 5000 5500 6000 133 ASP1 133 ASP2

pr (kPa) = Resi dual static pressur e G (l/h) = Water flow

pr (kPa) = Resi dual static pressur e G (l/h) = Water flow

Calculation of r esidu al st atic pr essur e The residual static pressure values can be obtained from graph 2 based on measured flow rates.

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TCAEY-THAEY-TXAEY 115233 Operating limits for TCAEY-THAEY models


TCAEY 115233 THAEY 115233

operating limits

40

50 45 40

20 0 5 -5 -10 10 15

35

-5

10

15

20

40

Standard operati on Operati on with condens ation control (KFI access ory) T (C) = Air temperature t (C) = Water temperature In summer operation: Maxi mum inlet water temperature 25C Temperature differentials p ermitted through the exchangers Temperature differential at the evaporator T = 3 8C Minimum water pressur e 0.5 Barg Maxi mum water press ure 3 Barg N.B.: For evaporator outlet water of a temperature below 4C, pleas e contact the RHOSS S.p.A. pr e-sales s ervice before ordering.

Standard operati on Operati on with condens ation control (KFI access ory) T (C) = Air temperature t (C) = Water temperature In winter oper ation: Maxi mum inlet water temperature 47C Temperature differentials p ermitted through the exchangers Temperature differential at the evaporator T = 3 8C Minimum water pressur e 0.5 Barg Maxi mum water press ure 3 Barg

Operating limits for TXAEY models


Operation as chiller ( AUTOMATIC 1 mode) Operation as heat pump ( SELECT 1/SELECT 2 /AUTOMATIC 3 mode) Operation as chiller with heat recover y ( AUTOMATIC 2 mode)

40

50 45

50 40 30 20 10

20

40
0 5 -5 -10 10 15

35

-5

10

15

20

40

10

15

T (C) = Air temperature (B.S.). t (C) = Water temperature. Maxi mum inlet water temperature 25C.

T (C) = Air temperature (B.S.). t (C) = Water temperature

t ue (C) = Main exc hanger (evaporator) outlet chilled water temperature. t ur (C) = Secondar y exc hanger (recover y) outlet heated water temperatur e.

Standard operati on. Operati on with condens ation control (KFI access ory). Temperature differentials p ermitted through the exchangers Temperature differential at the evaporator T = 3 8C

Minimum water pressur e 0.5 Barg Maxi mum water press ure 3 Barg N.B.: For evaporator outlet water of a temperature below 4C, pleas e contact the RHOSS S.p.A. pr e-sales s ervice before ordering.

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TCAEY-THAEY 115130 Dimensions and footprints


TCAEY THAEY 115130 dimensions and footprints, P1 installation
o p a 1
I ON

dimensions and footprints

0 OFF

8 3

e 11 n m i
Model 115 117 122 124 127 130

10

12 14 13 l

6 15 i
a 1230 1230 1230 1230 1535 1535

4 5

b
c 500 500 500 500 600 600 d 580 580 600 600 695 695 e 1090 1090 1280 1280 1510 1510

f
f 60 60 60 60 60 60 g 20 20 20 20 20 20 h 1192 1192 1192 1192 1492 1492

d
i 82 82 82 82 82 82

g
l 340 340 340 340 440 440 m 150 150 150 150 176 176 n 196 196 196 196 170 170

h
o 122 122 122 122 137 137 p 56 56 56 56 70 70

mm mm mm mm mm mm

b 1255 1255 1255 1255 1555 1555

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Control panel; Isolator; Electrical board; Compress or; Pump; Fan; Anti-vi bration support (KSA acc essor y); Coil; Protecti on mes h (KRP access ory); Expansion vessel; Power suppl y inl et; Water inlet; Water outlet; Pressure gauge Condensation drain (THAEY models)

Clearances and positioning


L1

L2 L4

L3

Installation
The unit is designed for outdoor installation. The unit is equipped with male threaded water connections. The unit must be positioned to c ompl y with the mi nimum recommended cl earances, bearing in mind the acc ess to water and electrical connections . The unit c an be equipped with anti- vibration mountings on request (KSA). We rec ommend installing intercept val ves that is olate the unit fr om the res t of the s ystem. It is ess ential to fit a metal mes h filter (squar e mesh of no greater than 0.8 mm) on the unit return piping. The unit may not be installed on brac kets or shel ves. Correct installation and positioning includes levelling the unit on a surface c apable of bearing its weight.

Model L1 mm L2 mm L3 mm L4 mm

115 300 600 300

117 300 600 300

122 300 600 with open 300

124 300 600 outlet 300

127 400 600 300

130 400 600 300

Movement
The unit s houl d be handled with c are, in order to avoi d damage to the exter nal struc ture and to the internal mechanical and el ectrical components. Do not stac k the units. The temperature li mits for s torage are -9 45C.

Weights
Model TCAEY THAEY kg kg 115 170 175 117 180 185 122 230 238 124 240 248 127 300 310 130 330 340

The weights refer to pac kaged units without water

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TCAEY-THAEY 115130
TCAEY THAEY 115130 dimensions and footprints, ASP1 installation
o p a 1
I ON

dimensions and footprints

0 OFF

8 3 17 e 10

11 n m i 12 14 13 l
Model 115 mm 117 mm 122 mm 124 mm 127 mm 130 mm

6 15 16 i
a 1490 1490 1490 1490 1790 1790

4 5

b
c 500 500 500 500 600 600 d 580 580 600 600 695 695 e 1090 1090 1280 1280 1510 1510

f
g 20 20 20 20 20 20

d
h 1448 1448 1448 1448 1748 1748 i 82 82 82 82 82 82

g
l 340 340 340 340 440 440 m 150 150 150 150 150 150

h
n 196 196 196 196 196 196 o 122 122 122 122 122 122 p 56 56 56 56 56 56

b 1522 1522 1522 1522 1822 1822

f 60 60 60 60 60 60

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

Control panel; Isolator; Electrical board; Compress or; Pump; Fan; Anti-vi bration support (KSA acc essor y); Coil; Protecti on mes h (KRP access ory); Expansion vessel; Power suppl y inl et; Water inlet; Water outlet; Pressure gauge Water buffer tank drain; Condensation drain (THAEY models); Water buffer tank.

Clearances and positioning


L1

L2 L4

L3

Installation
The unit is designed for outdoor installation. The unit is equipped with male threaded water connections. The unit must be positioned to c ompl y with the mi nimum recommended cl earances, bearing in mind the acc ess to water and electrical connections . The unit c an be equipped with anti- vibration mountings on request (KSA). We rec ommend installing intercept val ves that is olate the unit fr om the res t of the s ystem. It is ess ential to fit a metal mes h filter (squar e mesh of no greater than 0.8 mm) on the unit return piping. The unit may not be installed on brac kets or shel ves. Correct installation and positioning includes levelling the unit on a surface c apable of bearing its weight.

Model L1 mm L2 mm L3 mm L4 mm

115 300 600 300

117 300 600 300

122 300 600 with open 300

124 300 600 outlet 300

127 400 600 300

130 400 600 300

Movement
The unit s houl d be handled with c are, in order to avoi d damage to the exter nal struc ture and to the internal mechanical and el ectrical components. Do not stac k the units. The temperature li mits for s torage are -9 45C.

Weights
Model 115 117 122 TCAEY kg 210 220 270 THAEY kg 215 225 278 The weights refer to pac kaged units 124 280 288 without 127 310 320 water. 130 370 380

The weight of the full unit is obtained by adding to the weight of the tank water contents, i ndicated in tabl e A.

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TCAEY-THAEY 133233

dimensions and footprints

TCAEY THAEY 133233 dimensions and footprints, Standard, P1 P2, ASP1 ASP2 installation
6 p 6 c a

1
I ON

5 11 17 10 15 l
Model 133 233

e 14 12 13 n l
a 1660 1660 b 1710 1710

0 OFF

4 16 b

7 f

d
h 1210 1210 i 179 179 l 30 30

g
m 942 942 n 232 232

h
o 196 196 p 385 385

mm mm

c 1000 1000

d 1045 1045

e 1570 1570

f 75 75

g 273 273

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

Control panel; Isolator; Electrical board; Compress or; Pump (P1 P2, ASP1 ASP2 installation); Fan; Anti-vi bration support (KSA acc essor y); Coil; Protecti on mes h (KRP access ory); Expansion vessel; Power suppl y inl et; Water inlet; Water outlet; Pressure gauge Water buffer tank drain (ASP1 ASP2 i nstallati on); Condensation drain (THAEY models); Water buffer tank (ASP1 ASP2 i nstallati on);

Clearances and positioning


L1

L4

L2

L3

Installation
The unit is designed for outdoor installation. The unit is equipped with male threaded water connections. The unit must be positioned to c ompl y with the mi nimum recommended cl earances, bearing in mind the acc ess to water and electrical connections . The unit c an be equipped with anti- vibration mountings on request (KSA). We rec ommend installing intercept val ves that is olate the unit fr om the res t of the s ystem. It is ess ential to fit a metal mes h filter (squar e mesh of no greater than 0.8 mm) on the unit return piping. The unit may not be installed on brac kets or shel ves. Correct installation and positioning includes levelling the unit on a surface c apable of bearing its weight.

Model L1 mm L2 mm L3 mm L4 mm

133 800 1000 800 800

233 800 1000 800 800

Movement
The unit s houl d be handled with c are, in order to avoi d damage to the exter nal struc ture and to the internal mechanical and el ectrical components. Do not stac k the units. The temperature li mits for s torage are -9 45C.

Weights
Model TCAEY Standard ins tallati on kg THAEY Standard ins tallati on kg TCAEY P1 i nstallati on kg THAEY P1 i nstallati on kg TCAEY P2 i nstallati on kg THAEY P2 i nstallati on kg TCAEY ASP1 i nstallation kg THAEY ASP1 i nstallation kg TCAEY ASP2 i nstallation kg THAEY ASP2 i nstallation kg The weights refer to units without 133 400 415 420 435 420 430 450 460 450 460 water. 233 415 430 430 445 435 445 465 475 465 475

The weight of the full unit is obtained by adding to the weight of the tank water contents, i ndicated in tabl e A.

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TXAEY 117130 dimensions and footprints, P1 installation
o p a c

dimensions and footprints

1
I ON

0 OFF

e 11 n m i 12 11
13 14 15 16

10

6 17 i
a 1490 1490 1790

4 5

l
Model 117 mm 124 mm 130 mm

b
c 500 500 600 d 580 600 695 e 1090 1280 1510

f
g 20 20 20

d
h 1448 1448 1748 i 82 82 82

g
l 340 340 440 m 150 150 150

h
n 160 160 160 o 60 60 60 p 100 100 100

b 1522 1522 1822

f 60 60 60

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

Control panel; Isolator; Electrical board; Compress or; Pump; Fan; Anti-vi bration support (KSA acc essor y); Coil; Protecti on mes h (KRP access ory); Expansion vessel; Power suppl y inl et; Pressure gauge Primar y water outlet; Recover y water outlet; Primar y water inlet; Recover y water inlet; Condensation drain.

Clearances and positioning


L1

L2 L4

L3

Installation
The unit is designed for outdoor installation. The unit is equipped with male threaded water connections. The unit must be positioned to c ompl y with the mi nimum recommended cl earances, bearing in mind the acc ess to water and electrical connections . The unit c an be equipped with anti- vibration mountings on request (KSA). We rec ommend installing intercept val ves that is olate the unit fr om the res t of the s ystem. It is ess ential to fit a metal mes h filter (squar e mesh of no greater than 0.8 mm) on the unit return piping. The unit may not be installed on brac kets or shel ves. Correct installation and positioning includes levelling the unit on a surface c apable of bearing its weight.

Model L1 mm L2 mm L3 mm L4 mm

117 300 600 with 300

124 130 300 400 600 600 open outlet 300 300

Movement
The unit s houl d be handled with c are, in order to avoi d damage to the exter nal struc ture and to the internal mechanical and el ectrical components. Do not stac k the units. The temperature li mits for s torage are -9 45C.

Weights
Model TXAEY kg 117 220 124 280 130 370

The weights refer to pac kaged units without water. The weight of the full unit is obtained by adding to the weight of the tank water contents, i ndicated in tabl e A.

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TXAEY 133

dimensions and footprints


TXAEY 133 dimensions and footprints, Standard, P1 P2, ASP1 ASP2 installation
6 r s 6 c a

1
I ON

0 OFF

3 9

5 13 11 12 l
Model 133 mm

e 14 16 18 7 19 b
e 1570

10

o q p n l

15 17

m
a 1660

7 f
f 75 g 273 h 1210 i 179

d
l 30 m 942

g
n 235 o 196

h
p 175

i
q 100

b 1710

c 1000

d 1045

Clearances and positioning


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. Control panel; Isolator; Electrical board; Compress or; Pump (P1 P2, ASP1 ASP2 installation); Fan; Anti-vi bration support (KSA acc essor y); Coil; Protecti on mes h (KRP access ory); Expansion vessel; Water buffer tank (ASP1 ASP2 i nstallati on); Water buffer tank drain (ASP1 ASP2 i nstallati on); Power suppl y inl et; Pressure gauge Recover y water inlet; Primar y water inlet; Recover y water outlet; Primar y water outlet; Condensation drain;
L1

L4

L2

L3

Installation
The unit is designed for outdoor installation. The unit is equipped with male threaded water connections. The unit must be positioned to c ompl y with the mi nimum recommended cl earances, bearing in mind the acc ess to water and electrical connections . The unit c an be equipped with anti- vibration mountings on request (KSA). We rec ommend installing intercept val ves that is olate the unit fr om the res t of the s ystem. It is ess ential to fit a metal mes h filter (squar e mesh of no greater than 0.8 mm) on the unit return piping. The unit may not be installed on brac kets or shel ves. Correct installation and positioning includes levelling the unit on a surface c apable of bearing its weight.

Model L1 mm L2 mm L3 mm L4 mm

133 800 1000 800 800

Movement
The unit s houl d be handled with c are, in order to avoi d damage to the exter nal struc ture and to the internal mechanical and el ectrical components. Do not stac k the units. The temperature li mits for s torage are -9 45C.

Weights
Model TXAEY Stand ard installation TXAEY P1 installation TXAEY P2 installation TXAEY ASP1 installation TXAEY ASP2 installation kg kg kg kg kg 133 435 440 450 470 480

The weights refer to units without water. The weight of the full unit is obtained by adding to the weight of the tank water contents, i ndicated in tabl e A.

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Connection to the system
The unit is equipped with thr eaded male water connections and a manual air bleed val ve positioned inside the s hell. It is advisable to install intercept valves the is olate the unit fr om the rest of the s ystem. It is also advisable to ins tall elas tic connec tion joins. It is ess ential to fit a metal mes h filter (squar e mesh of no greater than 0.8 mm) on the unit return piping. The water flow through the heat-exchanger should not fall below a val ue c orrespondi ng to a temperature differential of 8C. During long periods of i nacti vity, it is advisabl e to drai n the water from the s ystem. It is possible to avoid draini ng the water by addi ng ethyl ene glycol to the water circuit (see Use of antifreeze s oluti ons).

water connections

AdaptiveFunction STANDARD TCAEY TH AEY 115133 TXAEY 117133 AdaptiveFunction Plu s TCAEY TH AEY 115233

4 l/kW 4 l/kW 2 l/kW

Example: THAEY 124 Qf = 23.64 kW If the unit has STANDARD control with the AdaptiveFun ction function, the mini mum s ystem function must be: Qf (kW) x 4 l/kW = 23.64 l/kW x 4 kW = 94.6 l. If the unit has control with the AdaptiveFunction Plus functi on, the mi nimum s ys tem functi on mus t be: Qf (kW) x 2 l/kW = 23.64 l/kW x 2 kW = 47.3 l.

Pump installation
The units are equipped with a circulating pump, expansion tank and safety val ve.

Maximum water circuit content


All units are equi pped with an expansion tank that li mits the maxi mum amount of water contained in the s ys tem. If the water contents exceed the values indic ated in the table, an additional expansion tank will be required. Model 115 117 122 124 127 130 133 233 l l l l l l l l Blend with eth ylene glycol 0% 10 % 20 % 30 % 190 170 160 140 190 170 160 140 190 170 160 140 190 170 160 140 190 170 160 140 190 170 160 140 370 340 340 290 370 340 340 290

Tank & Pump installation


The units are equipped with an inertial water buffer tank, circul ating pump, expansion tank, drai n coc k and safety val ve.

Minimum water circuit content


In order to keep the units in good wor king or der, depending on the chosen control, mini mum water contents i n the water s ystem must be ensured. T he mini mum water content is established on the basis of the unit's nominal cooling capacity (table A Tec hnical D ate), multi plied by the c oefficient expr essed in l/kW.

Water data
Model Safety val ve Exc hanger water c ontents Tank water content ASP1 Tank water content ASP2 kPa l l l 115 3 1,33 35 117 3 1,33 35 122 3 1,90 45 124 3 2,20 45 127 3 2,40 45 130 3 2,60 45 133 3 3,20 80 80 233 3 3,20 80 80

Expansion tank technical data


Model Capacity Pre-charging Maxi mum expansion tank press ure l barg barg 115 7 1 3 117 7 1 3 122 7 1 3 124 7 1 3 127 7 1 3 130 7 1 3 133 14 1 3 233 14 1 3

Use of anti-freeze solutions


The us e of ethylene gl ycol is rec ommended if you do not wish to drai n the water from the hydraulic s ystem during the wi nter stoppage, or if the unit has to suppl y c hilled water at temperatures l ower than 5C The additi on of glycol changes the physic al properties of the water and c ons equentl y the perfor mance of the unit. T he proper percentage of glyc ol to be added to the s ystem c an be obtained from the most demandi ng operating conditi ons fr om thos e shown below. Table "H" shows the multipli ers which allow the c hanges in perfor mance of the units to be determined in proportion to the required percentage of ethylene glycol. The multipliers refer to the following conditi ons: c ondenser inl et water temperature 30C; c hilled water outlet temperature 7C; temperature differ ential at evaporator and condens er 5C. For different operating conditi ons, the same coefficients c an be used as their variations ar e negligible.

Table H % glycol in weight Freezing temp erature C fc QF fc P fc pw fc G 10 % -5 0,991 0,996 1,053 1,008 15 % -7 0,987 0,995 1,105 1,028 20 % -10 0,982 0,993 1,184 1,051 25 % -13 0,978 0,991 1,237 1,074 30 % -16 0,974 0,989 1,316 1,100 fc QF = Cooling capacity c orrection factor. fc P= Correction fac tor for the absorbed electrical current. fc pw = Correction factor of the pr essure drops in the evaporator fc G = Correction fac tor of the glyc ol water flow to the evaporator

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TCAEY-THAEY 115233 Water circuits in TCAEY-THAEY models with STANDARD electronic control
W ater circuit in models 115133, Pump in stallation
AP1

water circuit

ECH

ST2

VSM

VS RI OUT

CF

VE RE PD PU RI FA RI IN

ST1

W ater circuit in models 115133, Tank & Pump in stallation


AP1

RAA ECH ST2 VSM PU RI OUT

VSM CF RE VSM PD VS ST1 M VE RI FA RI IN SA S

W ater circuit in model 133, Standard installation


AP1

ECH

ST2

VSM

RI M RI

OUT

CF

RE

PD

VSM

FA

RI

IN

ST1

CF ECH RE PD VSM VS AP1 ST1 ST2

Refrigerant circuit Plate evaporator Evaporator antifr eeze elec tric heater Water differenti al press ure s witch Manual bleed valve Safety val ve Electronic c ontr ol Primar y inlet temperature gauge (wor king) Primar y outlet temperature gauge ( antifreeze)

VE RAA FA SA M PU S RI ----

Expansion tank Water buffer tank electric heater (acc essor y) Mesh filter (installed by the i nstaller) Water buffer tank Pressure gauge Pump Water drain Intercept c oc k Connections to be made by the installer

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TCAEY-THAEY 115233 Water circuits in TCAEY-THAEY models with electronic control


W ater circuit in models 115233, Pump in stallation
AP1

water circuit

ECH

ST2

VSM

VS RI OUT

CF

VE RE PD PU RI FA RI IN

ST1

W ater circuit in models 115233, Tank & Pump in stallation


AP1

RAA ECH ST2 VSM VSM ST4 PU RI OUT

VSM CF RE VSM PD VS ST1 M VE RI FA RI IN SA S

W ater circuit in models 133-233, Stand ard in stallation


AP1

ECH

ST2

VSM

RI M RI

OUT

CF

RE

PD

VSM

FA

RI

IN

ST1

CF ECH RE PD VSM VS AP1 ST1 ST2

ST4

Refrigerant circuit Plate evaporator Evaporator antifr eeze elec tric heater Water differenti al press ure s witch Manual bleed valve Safety val ve Electronic c ontr ol Primar y inlet temperature gauge Primar y outlet temperature gauge - wor king and antifreeze for Standard and Pump installations - antifreeze for Tank & Pump i nstallations Water buffer tank outlet temperatur e gauge ( wor king)

VE RAA FA SA M PU S RI ----

Expansion vessel Water buffer tank electric heater (acc essor y) Mesh filter (installed by the i nstaller) Water buffer tank Pressure gauge Pump Water drain Intercept c oc k Connections to be made by the installer

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TXAEY 117133 Water circuits in TXAEY models


W ater circuit in models 117133, Pump in stallation
AP1 ST2 VSM M VS

water circuit

ECH

RI

OUT

CF

VE RE PD PU RI FA RI IN

ECHR

ST1

ST5

RI

OUT

CF

RR

PD

ST4

RI

FA

RI

PU

IN

W ater circuit in models 117133, Tank & Pump in stallation


AP1 RAA ECH ST2 VSM VSM PU RI S SA RI ST1 ECHR VE ST5 M RI OUT FA RI IN OUT

VSM CF RE VSM PD VS

CF

RR

PD

ST4 RI

FA

RI

PU

IN

W ater circuit in model 133, Standard installation


AP1 VSM

ECH

ST2

RI M RI

OUT

CF

RE

PD

VSM

FA

RI

IN

ECHR

ST1

ST5

RI

OUT

CF

RR

PD

ST4

RI

FA

RI

PU

IN

CF ECH ECHR RE RR PD AP1 ST1 ST2 ST4 ST5

Refrigerant circuit Plate evaporator Plate r ecover y unit Evaporator antifr eeze elec tric heater Recover y unit antifreeze electric heater Water differenti al press ure s witch Electronic c ontr ol Primar y inlet temperature pr obe (working) Primar y outlet temperature probe (antifr eeze) Recover y unit inl et temperature probe Recover y unit outlet temperature probe

VE VSM VS RAA FA SA M PU S RI ----

Expansion vessel Manual bleed valve Safety val ve Water buffer tank electric heater (acc essor y) Mesh filter (installed by the i nstaller) Water buffer tank Pressure gauge Pump Water drain Intercept c oc k Connections to be made by the installer 50

TCAEY-THAEY 115233

electrical connections TCAEY-THAEY electric connections with STANDARD control

TCAEY-THAEY 115130 Electrical po wer supply 400V 3ph + N 50Hz

MIQE

MEU

MIQE = Electrical panel internal termi nal board; MEU = User external ter minal board; IG = Main isol ating switc h; LBG = General loc kout light ( power s uppl y 24 Vac); KIS = RS485 s erial interface; KCH = RS232 hardware key; KTR1 = Remote keypad (acc essor y); L = Line; N = Neutral; PC = Personal computer; PE = Earth terminal; SCR = Remote c ontrol s elector (c ontrol with clean c ontact); SEI Summer/winter selec tor (control with clean contac t); - - -= Connections pr ovided by the installer

IG

L1 L2 L3 N

400V-3ph+N-50Hz

PE

KIS

3.L1 3.N

L N

+ RS485

+ RS485

KCH

PC
RS232

6.06 6.05

LBG

6.04 GND 6.02 GND

SCR

SEI

3.02 3.03 3.04

25 24 26

The el ectrical panel can be acc essed through the front panel of the unit. Connections must be made by s killed personnel i n compliance with current standards and with the diagrams provided with the mac hine. Always install a general isolator in a protected area near the applianc e with a delayed c haracteristic cur ve of a suitabl e capacity and breaking c apacity. Make sure the general isolator includes a 3mm mini mum opening distance between c ontacts. Earth c onnecti on is c ompuls ory by law and safeguar ds the user while the machi ne is in use. ATTENTION ! The di agrams onl y show the c onnecti ons to be made by the ins taller.

Cable section Line s ection PE sec tion Remote c ontrol s ection

mm mm mm

115 4 4 1,5

117 4 4 1,5

122 6 6 1,5

124 6 6 1,5

KTR1
127 10 10 1,5

130 10 10 1,5

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TCAEY-THAEY 115233

electrical connections

TCAEY-THAEY 133 Electrical po wer supply 400V 3ph + N 50Hz

MIQE

MEU

MIQE = Electrical panel internal termi nal board; MEU = User external ter minal board; IG = Main isol ating switc h; LBG = General loc kout light ( power s uppl y 24 V AC); LFC = Compress or operating light (230 Vac); CP = Pump c ontr ol for Standard installation (consens us at voltage of 230 Vac maxi mum charge 2A AC1) KIS = RS485 s erial interface; KCH = RS232 hardware key; KTR1 = Remote keypad (acc essor y); L = Line; N = Neutral; PC = Personal computer; PE = Earth terminal; SCR = Remote c ontrol s elector (c ontrol with clean c ontact); SEI Summer/winter selec tor (control with clean contac t); - - -= Connections pr ovided by the installer

IG

L1 L2 L3 N

400V-3ph+N-50Hz

PE

KIS

3.L1 3.N

L N

+ RS485

+ RS485

KCH

PC
RS232

7.06 7.05

LBG

7.04 GND 7.02 GND

SCR

SEI

3.02 3.03 3.04

25 24 26

7.07 3N

LFC

8.01 3N

CP

The el ectrical panel can be acc essed through the front panel of the unit. Connections must be made by s killed personnel i n compliance with current standards and with the diagrams provided with the mac hine. Always install a general isolator in a protected area near the applianc e with a delayed c haracteristic cur ve of a suitabl e capacity and breaking c apacity. Make sure the general isolator includes a 3mm mini mum opening distance between c ontacts. Earth c onnecti on is c ompuls ory by law and safeguar ds the user while the machi ne is in use. ATTENTION ! The di agrams onl y show the c onnecti ons to be made by the ins taller.

Cable section Line s ection PE sec tion Remote c ontrol s ection

mm mm mm

133 10 10 1,5

KTR1

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TCAEY-THAEY 115233 TCAEY-THAEY electric connections with compatible

electrical connections control

TCAEY-THAEY 115130 Electrical po wer supply 400V 3ph + N 50Hz

MIQE

MEU

The el ectrical panel can be acc essed through the front panel of the unit. Connections must be made by s killed personnel i n compliance with current standards and with the diagrams provided with the mac hine. Always install a general isolator in a protected area near the applianc e with a delayed c haracteristic cur ve of a suitabl e capacity and breaking c apacity. Make sure the general isolator includes a 3mm mini mum opening distance between c ontacts. Earth c onnecti on is c ompuls ory by law and safeguar ds the user while the machi ne is in use. ATTENTION ! The di agrams onl y show the c onnecti ons to be made by the ins taller. N.B.: Specific terminals are provided for the CS and DSP acc essories.

Cable section Line s ection PE sec tion Remote c ontrol s ection

C10

MIQE = Electrical panel internal termi nal board; MEU = User external ter minal board; IG = Main isol ating switc h; LBG = General loc kout light ( power s uppl y 230 Vac); J13 = 6-way telephone c onnector (RJ12); J15 = Connector for ins ertion of access ory KSC; J16 = Connector for ins ertion of access ories KRS485, KFTT10, KISI; KSC = Clock c ard (acc essor y); KRS485 = Serial interfac e RS485 (access ory); KRS232 = C onverter RS485/R S232 (access ory); KUSB = converter RS485/USB (access ory); KTR = Remote keyboard (access or y); L = Line; N = Neutral; PC = Personal computer; PE = Earth terminal; SCR = Remote c ontrol s elector (c ontrol with clean c ontact); SEI Summer/winter selec tor (control with clean contac t); - - -= Connections pr ovided by the installer = 6- wire telephone c able (maximum distance 50 m., for distanc es which are greater than this pl ease contact customer ser vice at RHOSS S.p.A.);

IG

L1 L2 L3 N

400V-3ph-50Hz

PE

KTR
CLOCK CARD

KSC
J15

INTERFACE PLAN

! ALARM

J13

Prg

MODE

ON OFF

KRS485
GND GND
+ SERIAL CARD

+ -

KRS232 / KUSB

PC

J16

ID8

SCR SEI

ID7

J10

NO10

NC10

LBG

mm mm mm

115 4 4 1,5

117 4 4 1,5

122 6 6 1,5

124 6 6 1,5

127 10 10 1,5

130 10 10 1,5

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electrical connections

TCAEY-THAEY 133 233 Electrical po wer supply 400V 3ph + N 50Hz

MIQE

MEU

MIQE = Electrical panel internal termi nal board; MEU = User external ter minal board; IG = Main isol ating switc h; LBG = General loc kout light (power suppl y 230 Vac); LFC1 = Compr essor operating light 1 ( 230 Vac); LFC2 = Compr essor operating light 2 ( 230 Vac) ( model 233); CP = Pump c ontr ol for Standard installation (consens us at voltage of 230 Vac maxi mum charge 5A AC1) J13 = 6-way telephone c onnector (RJ12); J15 = Connector for ins ertion of access ory KSC; J16 = Connector for ins ertion of access ories KRS485, KFTT10, KISI; KSC = Clock c ard (acc essor y); KRS485 = Serial interfac e RS485 (access ory); KRS232 = C onverter RS485/R S232 (access ory); KUSB = converter RS485/USB (access ory); KTR = Remote keyboard (access or y); L = Line; N = Neutral; PC = Personal computer; PE = Earth terminal; SCR = Remote c ontrol s elector (c ontrol with clean c ontact); SEI Summer/winter selec tor (control with clean contac t); - - -= Connections pr ovided by the installer = 6- wire telephone c able (maximum distance 50 m., for distanc es which are greater than this pleas e contac t cus tomer s ervice at RHOSS S.p.A.);

IG

L1 L2 L3 N

400V-3ph+N-50Hz

PE

KTR
CLOCK CARD

KSC
J15

INTERFACE PLAN

! ALARM

J13

Prg

MODE

ON OFF

KRS485
GND GND

+ SERIAL CARD

+ J16

KRS232 / KUSB

PC

ID8

SCR SEI

J6

ID7

CP

7.05 N

LBG

7.06 N

LFC1

7.07 N

LFC2

The el ectrical panel can be acc essed through the front panel of the unit. Connections must be made by s killed personnel i n compliance with current standards and with the diagrams provided with the mac hine. Always install a general isolator in a protected area near the applianc e with a delayed c haracteristic cur ve of a suitabl e capacity and breaking c apacity. Make sure the general isolator includes a 3mm mini mum opening distance between c ontacts. Earth c onnecti on is c ompuls ory by law and safeguar ds the user while the machi ne is in use. ATTENTION ! The di agrams onl y show the c onnecti ons to be made by the ins taller. N.B.: Specific terminals are provided for the CS and DSP acc essories.

Cable section Line s ection PE sec tion Remote c ontrol s ection

mm mm mm

133 10 10 1,5

233 10 10 1,5

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TXAEY 117133 Electric connections in TXAEY models

electrical connections

TXAEY 117133 Electrical po wer supply 400V 3ph + N 50Hz

MIQE

MEU
L1 L2 L3 N

MIQE = Electrical panel internal termi nal board; MEU = User external ter minal board; LBG = General loc kout light (power suppl y 230 Vac); LFC = Compress or operating light (230 Vac); CP = Pump c ontr ol for model 133 (Standard i nstallati on) (consens us at voltage of 230 Vac maxi mum charge 5A AC1) J16 = &-way telephone c onnector (RJ12); J19 = Connector for ins ertion of access ory KSC; J20 = Connector for ins ertion of access ories KRS485, KFTT10, KISI; KSC = Clock c ard (acc essor y); KRS485 = Serial interfac e RS485 (access ory); KRS232 = C onverter RS485/R S232 (access ory); KUSB = converter RS485/USB (access ory); KTR = Remote keyboard (access or y); L1 = Line 1; L2 = Line 2; L3 = Line 3; N = Neutral; PC = Personal computer; PE = Earth terminal; SCR = Remote c ontrol s elector (c ontrol with clean c ontact); SEI = Selector AUTOMATIC / SELECT (control with cl ean contact); CR = Recovery consens us (control with cl ean contact); - - -= Connecti ons provided by the ins taller = 6-wire telephone c abl e (maximum distance 50 m., for distanc es which are greater than this pl ease contact customer ser vice at RHOSS S.p.A.

400V-3ph+N-50Hz

PE

KTR
CLOCK CARD

KSC
J19

INTERFACE PLAN

! ALARM

J16

Prg

MODE

ON OFF

KRS485
GND GND

+ SERIAL CARD

+ J20

KRS232 / KUSB

PC

ID8

SCR SEI

J6

ID7

CP

7.05 N

LBG

7.06 N

LFC

7.08 7.09

CR

The el ectrical panel can be acc essed through the front panel of the unit. Connections must be made by s killed personnel i n compliance with current standards and with the diagrams provided with the mac hine. Always install a general isolator in a protected area near the applianc e with a delayed c haracteristic cur ve of a suitabl e capacity and breaking c apacity. Make sure the general isolator includes a 3mm mini mum opening distance between c ontacts. Earth c onnecti on is c ompuls ory by law and safeguar ds the user while the machi ne is in use. ATTENTION ! The di agrams onl y show the c onnecti ons to be made by the ins taller.

Cable section Line s ection PE sec tion Remote c ontrol s ection

mm mm mm

117 4 4 1,5

124 6 6 1,5

130 10 10 1,5

133 10 10 1,5

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Compact-Y range

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