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TECHNICAL MANUAL

FAN COIL

FCX

ISO 9001 - Cert. n 0128/4

IFCXTY 0806 6191101_00


Replace : 64560.41_01 / 0308

INDEX
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY Carriage Safety symbol Important information Description Versions Main components Component description Selection System configuration Technical data Operating limits Delivery cooling capacity Heating power input (3R) Heating power input ( (4R) Potenza termica resa BV (1R) Cooling power yield (direct expansion) Hanging version available static pressure Battery pressure drop Fattori di correzione nel funzionamento with glycol water Sound power and sound pressure Sound power level delle versioni pensili canalizzate Accessories Unit installation Electrical connections Dimensions Wiring diagram Trouble shooting Maintenance

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REMARKS
Store the manuals in a dry location to avoid deterioration, as they must be kept for at least 10 years for any future reference. All the information in this manual must be carefully read and understood. Pay particular attention to the operating standards with DANGER or WARNING signals as failure to comply with them can cause damage to the machine and/or persons or objects. If any malfunctions are not included in this manual, contact the local After-sales Service immediately. The apparatus must be installed in such a way that maintenance and/or repair operations are possible. The apparatus's warranty does not in any case cover costs due to automatic ladders, scaffolding or other lifting systems necessary for carrying out repairs under guarantee. Normal wear of components and filter is not covered by the warranty. AERMEC S.p.A. declines all responsibility for any damage whatsoever caused by improper use of the machine, and a partial or superficial acquaintance with the information contained in this manual. The number of pages in this manual is: 76.

Italiano

TRASPORTO CARRIAGE TRANSPORT TRANSPORT TRANSPORTE


NON bagnare Do NOT wet CRAINT lhumidit Vor Nsse schtzen NO mojar NON calpestare Do NOT trample NE PAS marcher sur cet emballage Nicht betreten NO pisar

Sovrapponibilit: controllare sullimballo la posizione della freccia per conoscere il numero di macchine impilabili. Stacking: control the packing for the arrow position to know the number of machines that can be stacked. Empilement: vrifier sur lemballage la position de la flche pour connatre le nombre dappareils pouvant tre empils. Stapelung: Anhand der Position des Pfeiles an der Verpackung kontrollieren, wieviele Gerte stapelbar sind. Apilamiento: observe en el embalaje la posicin de la flecha para saber cuntos equipos pueden apilarse.

NON lasciare gli imballi sciolti durante il trasporto. Do NOT leave loose packages during transport. ATTACHER les emballages pendant le transport. Die Verpackungen nicht ungesichert transportieren. NO lleve las cajas sueltas durante el transporte.

SIMBOLI DI SICUREZZA SAFETY SYMBOL SIMBOLES DE SECURITE SICHERHEITSSYMBOLE SMBOLOS DE SEGURIDAD

Pericolo: Tensione Danger: Power supply Danger: Tension Gefahr ! Spannung Peligro: Tensin

Pericolo: Organi in movimento Danger: Movings parts Danger: Organes en mouvement Gefahr ! Rotierende Teile Peligro: Elementos en movimiento

Pericolo!!! Danger!!! Danger!!! Gefahr!!! Peligro!!!

Espaol

Deutsche

NON trasportare la macchina da soli se il suo peso supera i 35 Kg. DO NOT handle the machine alone if its weight is over 35 Kg. NE PAS transporter tout seul lappareil si son poids dpasse 35 Kg. Das Gert NICHT alleine tragen, wenn sein Gewicht 35 Kg berschreitet. NO maneje los equipos en solitario si pesan ms de 35 kg.

35Kg

Franais

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IMPORTANT MAINTENANCE INFORMATION


WARNING: The fancoil is connected to the power supply and a water circuit. Operations performed by persons without the required technical skills can lead to personal injury to the operator or damage to the unit and surrounding objects. DANGER: never switch the appliance on without having re/mounted the fan coil casing. The ultra-violet radiation emitted from the bulbs inside is dangerous and can cause conjunctivitis, burns and dermatitis. The device has safety micro switches that prevent functioning if the casing and filter are missing. DANGER: do not tamper with the micro switches as this would make functioning of the fan coil unsafe.. FUNCTIONING ANOMALIES In the case of functioning anomalies, remove the voltage from the unit and then re-apply it and re-start the appliance. If the problem persists, call the area after-sales service immediately. ONLY POWER THE FAN COIL USING 230 VOLT, SINGLE-PHASE, 50 Hz The fan coil may undergo permanent damage if different electric power supplies are used. DO NOT PULL THE ELECTRIC CABLE It is very dangerous to pull, step on, crush or fix the electric power supply cable using nails or staples. The damaged cable can cause short circuits and injury to persons. DO NOT INTRODUCE OBJECTS INTO AIR VENTS Do not introduce any type of object into the air outlet slots. This could cause injury to persons or damage the fan. N E V E R U S E T H E FA N C O I L F O R APPLICATIONS FOR WHICH IT WAS NOT DESIGNED Do not use the fancoil in husbandry applications (e.g. incubation). AIR THE ROOM Periodically air the room in which the fancoil has been installed; this is particularly important if the room is occupied by many people, or if gas appliances or sources of odours are present. C O R R E C T LY ADJUST THE TEMPERATURE Room temperature should be regulated to ensure maximum comfort to persons present, particularly in the case of the elderly, infants and invalids. Prevent temperature fluctuations between indoors and outdoors greater than 7 C during summer. Note that very low temperatures during summer will lead to greater electricity consumption. ORIENT AIR FLOW CORRECTLY Air delivered by the fancoil should not be oriented directly at people; even if air temperature is greater than room temperature, it can cause a cold sensation and consequently discomfort. DO NOT USE HOT WATER When cleaning the indoor unit, use rags or soft sponges soaked in warm water (no higher than 40C). Do not use chemical products or solvents to clean any part of the fancoil. Do not splash water on interior or exterior surfaces of the fancoil; danger of short circuit.). PERIODICALLY CLEAN THE FILTER Frequent cleaning of the filter will ensure more efficient unit operation. Check whether the filter requires cleaning; if it is particularly dirty, clean it more often. Clean the filter frequently. Use a vacuum cleaner to remove built up dust. After cleaning and drying the filter, fit it on the fancoil by following the removal procedure in reverse order. The normal wear of the germicidal lamp and of the filter are not covered by warranty. SPECIAL CLEANING The removable drip tray and fan volute ensure thorough cleaning of the unit (by specifically trained personnel), essential for installations in venues subject to crowding or in those with special hygiene requirements. IT IS NORMAL During cooling, water vapour may be present in the air delivery of the fan coil. In the heating function it might be possible to hear a slight hiss around the fan coil. Sometimes the fan coil might give off unpleasant smells due to the accumulation of dirt in the air of the environment (especially if the room is not ventilated regularly, clean the filter more often). During the operation, there could be noises and creaks inside the device, due to the various heat expansions of the elements (plastic and metallic), but this does not indicate any malfunctioning and does not cause damage to the unit unless the maximum input water temperature is exceeded.

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FCX - - FAN COIL


Congratulations on your purchase of the Aermec FCX fan coil. Made with materials of superior quality in strict compliance with safety regulations, the "FCX " is easy to use and will have a long life.
The fan coil units treat room air during summer and winter seaqsons. Th e F C X f a n c o i l c o n c e n t ra t e s high technological and functional characteristics that make it the ideal climate control unit for all types of rooms. The supply of climate controlled air is immediate and distributed throughout the room;; FCX generates heat if included in a heating system with boiler or heat pump but may also be used in summer as an air conditioner if the heating system has a water chiller.. The removable drip tray and fan volute ensure thoroug cleaning of the unit essential for installations in venues subject to crowding or in those with special hygiene requirements. The quietness of the new centrifugal fan assembly is such that at normal speed of use you cannot hear when the FCX cuts in. The FCX fan coil has been designed to meet all system requirements thanks to its extensive range of accessories. The AERMEC fan coil versions without control panels can be combined to an AERDOMUS central control unit. Full respect for accident prevention regulations

VERSION
SIZES AVAILABLE The FCX fan coil series are avaailable in with 3 row coil 9 versions for 8 sizes FCX 17 (*) FCX 62 FCX 22 FCX 82 FCX 32 FCX 102 (**) FCX 42 FCX 50 (*) FCX 17 not available in UE, PE and PO versions . (**) FCX 102 not available in PO versions . with 4-row coil battery 2 version P and PO for 6 sizes FCX 24 FCX 34 FCX 44 FCX 54

FCX 64 FCX 84

FCX A - AS - ACB - ACT - APC

ZX

FCX 17 50 U - UE

FCX 62 102 U - UE

FCX P - PPC

- PO - PE

FCX_A: with selector and a 3 speed fan unit, free standing for vertical installation coated with anti rust polyester, colour RAL 9002. The delivery grill and the skirting for floor standing installations (accessory ZX) are made of plastic and are colour RAL 7044. FCX_AS: without control panels and with a 3 speed fan unit, free standing for vertical installation coated with anti rust polyester, colour RAL 9002. The delivery grill and the skirting for floor standing installations (accessory ZX) are made of plastic and are colour RAL 7044. An external control panel is necessary (accessory). FCX_ACB: with an electronic thermostat and a 3 speed fan unit free standing for vertical installation coated with anti rust polyester, colour RAL 9002. The delivery grill and the skirting for floor standing installations (accessory ZX) are made of plastic and are colour RAL 7044. FCX_ACT: with an electronic multifinction thermostat and a 3 speed fan unit, free standing for vertical installation coated with anti rust polyester, colour RAL 9002. The delivery grill and the skirting for floor standing installations (accessory ZX) are made of plastic and are colour RAL 7044. FCX_APC: with a PLASMACLUSTER ionizing filter, with an electronic multifinction thermostat and a 3 speed fan unit free standing for vertical installation coated with anti rust polyester, colour RAL 9002. The delivery grill and the skirting for floor standing installations (accessory ZX) are made of plastic and are colour RAL 7044.. FCX_U: without control panels and with a 3 speed fan unit, free standing for vertical installation coated with anti rust polyester, colour RAL 9002. The delivery grill and the skirting for floor standing installations (accessory ZX) are made of plastic and are colour RAL 7044. An external control panel is necessary (accessory).. FCX_UE: with direct expansion coil, without control panels and with a 3 speed fan unit, free standing for vertical installation coated with anti rust polyester, colour RAL 9002. The delivery grill and the skirting for floor standing installations (accessory ZX) are made of plastic and are colour RAL 7044. An external control panel is necessary (accessory). FCX_P: version in galvanised steel without cabinet, without control panels and with a 3 speed fan unit, for horizontal and vertical wall installation. An external control panel is necessary (accessory). FCX_PE: with direct expansion coil, version in galvanised steel without cabinet, without control panels and with a 3 speed fan unit, for horizontal and vertical wall installation. An external control panel is necessary (accessory). FCX_PPC: with a PLASMACLUSTER ionizing filter, version in galvanised steel without cabinet, without control panels and with a 3 speed fan unit, for horizontal and vertical wall installation. An external PXAE control panel is necessary (accessory). FCX_PO: version in galvanised steel without cabinet, without control panels and with a 7 speed fan unit, for horizontal and vertical wall installation. An external control panel is necessary (accessory).

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COMPONENTI PRINCIPALI
1 2 3 4 5 Control panel (accessory) Thermic exchange coil Air Filter Cover cabinet (RAL9002) Fan motor 6 Fan 7 Main Frame 8 Condensate pump 9 Hydraulic connections 10 Head with adjustable fins (RAL7044)

FCX 42 U

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DESCRIPTION OF COMPONENTS
CONTROL PANEL
The control panel is located under the grill positioined at the right of the fan coil.In A, AS, ACB, ACT, APC and U (62U, 82U e 102U) versions, the panel can be protected from tampering by using a screw to block the cover door. In the AS and U versions, the controls panel (accessory) can be installed on the fan coil or on the wall. In versions P, PO and PE, the controls panel (accessory) can be installed only on the wall. The AERMEC fan coil versions without control panels can be combined to a HSH AERDOMUS central control unit with or without connection cables. Before selecting, consult the control panels features. FCX A
WITH MANUAL SELECTORS

: fan coil equipped with control panel for use and selcting the fan speed. FCX ACT e APC
M U LT I F U N C T I O N

WITH ELECTRONIC THERMOSTAT :

fan coils equipped with multifunction electronic thermostat control panels, the fan coils FCX ACT and FCX APC are supplied ready for use with standard configuration, but the installer can adapt them the special requirements of the system with the appropriate accessories and personalising the functions by acting on the internal Dip-Switch. The controls are prompt but if valves are presence they could delay.

System types The FCX-ACT fan coils have been designed for systems with 2 pipes, in the following versions: - without valve; - with water valve (VCF); - with electrical resistance (RX); - with electrical resistance (RX) and valve (VCF); - with hot water battery (BV) and 2 valves (VCF). FCX APC : fancoils with PLASMACLUSTER designed for 2-pipes plant, in the following models: - without valve; - with water valve (VCF); Ventilation Th e t h r e e - s p e e d ve n t i l a t i o n c a n be controlled either manually or automatically. For systems with valve and Water Probe installation upstream of the valve there may be a delay (delayed ventilation up to 240 max) between the valve start-up and the fan activation (exchanger preheating). - manually with the selector in V1, V2 e V3 position (the fan coil is used with on off cycles on selected speed); - automatically with the selector in AUTO position (the fan speed is controlled by the thermostat according to the room temperature) Change over The thermostat automatically changes over from Heating/cooling mode. Change over is based on the water temperature detected in the system. It is possible to choose between two change

over modes by changing the settings on the DIP switch : - only minimum/maximum temperature control; - with minimum/maximum temperature control and the preheating of the coil (fan delayed for a maximum of 240). Only systems with water probes positioned downstream of the valve or with a two way valve, change over occurs on the air side by acting on the temperature selector; this setting allows the fan coil to be used in systems with two way valves but is not advised because it reduces the use of the electronic thermostat (the heating/ cooling modes displayed by the led are altered depending on the selected temperature and of the air temperature in the environment. Water temeperature controls The thermostat enables ventilatsolamenteon only if the water temperature is suited to Hetaing or Cooling mode. The enabling threshold is 35C or 39C for Heating and 17C or 22C for Cooling and can be configured by the Dip-Switch. The control panels signal the situation when the water temperature is not adequate to the function mode set by means of the alternate flashing of the pink C led with red or blue depending on the relative active modes. If a three way valve is inserted with a water probe as per standard, it must be replaced with the SW3 accessory in which the bulb must be positioined on

the delivery pipe upstream of the valve. Valve control The valve can be controlled in two ways:: - optimised: uses the fan coil capacity in Heatingto produce heat even with ventilation off and in Cooling for a continuous ventilation controlling the room temperature by means of a valve; - normal: the valve opens and closes in correspondance with the switch on and switch off of the fan coil. Emergency mode In case of probe troubleshooting SA, the thermostat enters in emergency mode, indicated by a flashing led (D) yellow. In this condition the thermostat behaves as follows:: - with selector (A) in OFF position the water valave is closed and the fan is off. - with selector (A) in AUTO position, V1, V2 and V3 the water valve is always open and the fan performs on off cycles; in this situation, the power provided by the terminal is manually controlled by selcetor (B): turning towards the right the duration of the On cycle increases; turningn towards the left it reduces. FCX ACB
WITH SIMPLIFIED ELECTRONIC THERMOSTAT:

The controls are prompt if the room temperature allows it. Water temperature control of the system is not foreseen Type of system The fan coil series FCX ACB are designed for two pipe systems : - without valve; - with water valve (VCF); Ventilation The 3 speed fan is manually controlles with a selector positioned in V1, V2 and V3 (the fan is used with on off cycles on the speed selected). Change over Change over is manual, the user selects the function mode (Heating or Cooling) by acting on the selector of the controls panel. Valve control The valve (accessory) opens or closes in correspondance with the switching on and switching off of the fan .

and with a door for accessing the control panel. Version U, UE : are inserted with adjustable grills on the top in thermo plastic material for the diffusion of air and with a door for accessing the control panel. With the adjustable grill closed, intervening on the micro switch stops the fan, interrupting any heat change with the room. The cabinet has a front grill in thermoplastic material for air intake. .

ELECTRO FAN UNIT


It is made up of double inlet centrifugal fans with blades along its length for obtaining a high capacity with a low number of revs. The electric motor protects from over loads, it is three speed with condenser always inserted, directly coupled with the fans and with elastic supports. The FCX PO versions have 7 speed motors. (3 selections) .

SUPPORT STRUCTURE
Made from thick galvanised steel The rear has holes for fitting the appliance to the wall For wall panels, a panel for closing the fan group is provided. Each appliance is supplied with a condensate drain tray

HEAT EXCHANGE COIL


Coil with copper pipe and finned in blocked aluminium by means of mechanical expansion pipes The collectors are attached with female connectors and air relief at the top of the coil.

fan coil equipped with control panel with electronic room thermostat for controlling switch on and switch off of the fan. The control panel controls the function of the fan coil in order to maintain the set room temperature. It allows the electronic adjustment of the temperature, manual speed change on the fan,manual function selection in Heating or Cooling mode (manual change over). The room probe temperature is located bext to the AERMEC plate. It is not possible to couple the thermostat with a water temperature probe. If the power supply is cut, the fan coils restarts resetting the previous modes set

FILTER SECTION
Easily removable and built with regenerised materialsand can be cleaned by washing Versions P and PO filters with filtration class G2.

CONDENSATE DRAIN
Each appliance is supplied with a condensate drain tray connected to the condensate outlet produced from the unit id cooling mode.

HYDRAULIC CONNECTIONSI
The connections, positioned on the left side have female attachments. It is possible to rotate the coil.

CABINET CASE
Colour RAL9002 Delivery and Intake grill colour RAL7044 The steel case is treated and coated with powered polyester to guarantee high rust resistance and corrosion. Versions A, AS, ACT, APC, ACB : are inserted with grills on the top in thermo plastic material for the diffusion of air

PACKING
The units are shipped in cardboard box standard packing and polystirene shells.

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CRITERIA OF CHOICE
The versions with high cabinet (A, AS, ACB, ACT and APC) have intake from below and can be used for vertical wallhung or floor installation using the relevant skirting (accessory ZX). The accessory SE (external air damper) where requested, also allows, to change the environment air. The versions with universal cabinet (U and UE) have front intake and can be vertically wall-hung or installed horizontally on the ceiling. The suspended versions (P, PPC, PO and PE), without cover cabinets and intake from below, are suitable for vertical or horizontal installation. In the case of ducted installations where the loss of load of the channel is relevant, the PO version (with multi-speed enhanced motor) allows to obtain the static pressure necessary to guarantee a correct air flow rate. The PO version is available with coils with 3 and 4 rows. The AS, U, UE versions require coupling with a control panel to be applied inside or outside, consult the features and the compatibility of the control panels supplied as accessories. The P, PE and PO require coupling with a control panel to be applied outside, consult the features and the compatibility of the control panels supplied as accessories. The PPC version must be coupled to panel PXA E. The other versions of fan coil are supplied with incorporated control panel. Some control panels can control a network of fan coils if they are combined with the SIT3 and SIT5 interface board supplied as an accessory. In the versions without control panels, the AERMEC fan coils can all be coupled to the centralised HSH AERDOMUS control system with wired or wireless connection. The main technical data of the FCX are summarised in the tables. The sensitive and total cooling capacity at maximum speed depending on the temperature of the inlet water, its heat drop and the dry and wet bulb temperatures of the air respectively for sensitive capacity and total capacity for the versions with coils with 3 rows are stated in the table. The efficiency at average and minimum speed is obtained by multiplying the table values by the corrective factors indicate. For the versions with 4 rows, they are obtained by multiplying the table values by the corrective factors indicated for every speed. The water side pressure drop for the coils with 3, 1 and 4 rows is respectively stated in the graphics. The correction factors in functioning with glycoled water in cooling mode and in heating mode are stated in the graphics per percentages of glycol of 10%, 20% and 35%. The heating capacity of the coils with 3, 4 and 1 row (accessory BV) depending on the water flow rate and the temperature difference between inlet water and inlet air is stated in a graphical form and is referred at maximum speed. Performance at average and minimum speed is obtained by multiplying the values obtained from the graphics at maximum speed by the indicated corrective factors. The sensitive and total cooling capacities of the direct expansion coils (FCX PE) depending on the evaporation temperature and the dry and wet bulb temperatures of the air entering are stated in the graphical form respectively for total and sensitive capacity and are stated at maximum speed. Performance at average and minimum speed is obtained by multiplying the values obtained from the graphics at maximum speed by the indicated corrective factors. For the ducted, suspended versions (P-PE-PO) the performance stated above must be intended as referring to air flow rates equal to those of corresponding models of other versions (A-U) at maximum speed (nominal flow rate). The head of the suspended versions, depending on the air flow rate and fan speed, are stated in table form. The curves are indicated for every speed. For dimensioning of the ducted, suspended versions, it is recommended to proceed as follows: select the size which, in nominal flow rate conditions, have immediate power that is higher than that requested; trace the curve of the channel pressure drop on the flow ratestatic pressure diagram relative to the machine in question, thus identify the functioning points of the machine at the different speeds. On the basis of the flow rate values corresponding to the above-mentioned points, the corrective factors are finally obtained that allow to calculate the power yielded in real air flow conditions. The above-mentioned procedure allows, in the case of multispeed versions, to appropriately choose the speed to be set. The sound power and sound pressure level of the fan coils at the various speeds is stated in separate tables for the versions with 3 rows and versions with 4 rows. For ducted, suspended versions, the sound power level is expressed depending on the air flow rate and static pressure and is represented using graphics. A wide range of accessories is available for FCX series fan coils, sometimes some of them cannot be used at the same time. The compatibility of the accessories with the selected fan coil must be checked. The manual contains the description, drawing and compatibility of each accessory. The information regarding installation is inserted in the manual supplied with every fan coil and every accessory. This manual is limited to general information in order to perform correct installation. There are also drawings with dimensions of the fan coils and wiring diagrams with connections to the control panels.

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FCX UNIT LAY-OUT


Reading Key:
SW VCF VC VF Water temperature probe Solenoid valve (Heating / Cooling) Solenoid valve (Heating), Solenoid valve (Cooling) SA V3,V2,V1 RX PC Ambient temperature probe Maximum, Average, Minimum Fan Coil speed. Resistance Plasmacluster

2-pipe unit with water probe


AIR AIR AIR
AIR

2-pipe unit without water probe


AIR AIR

SA

SW

SA

VCF SW

SA

SW

VCF

SA

SA

VCF

SA

VCF

AIR

AIR

AIR

AIR

AIR

AIR

220V

220V

220V

220V

220V

220V

SA

PC

SW

SA

PC

VCF SW

SA

PC

SW

VCF

SA

PC

SA

PC

VCF

SA

PC

VCF

AIR

AIR

AIR

AIR

AIR

AIR

SA

RX

SW

SA

RX

SW

VC/VF

SA

RX

VCF SW

SA

RX

SA

RX

VCF

SA

RX

VCF

SW

4-pipe unit with water probe


AIR AIR

SW

4-pipe unit without water probe


AIR
AIR AIR AIR

SA

BV

VC

VF

SA

BV

VC

VF SW

SA

BV

SA

BV

VC

VF

SA

BV

VC

VF

SA

BV

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TECHNICAL DATA FCX A-AS-ACT-APC-ACB-U-P with 3-row coil


Mod. Heating Heating capacity Heating capacity* (water inlet 50C) Heating capacity (accessory RX) Water flow rate Water pressure drop Cooling W (max.) W (med.) W (min.) W (E) W l/h kPa W (max.) (E) W (med.) W (min.) W (max.) (E) W (med.) W (min.) l/h kPa (E) m3/h (max.) m3/h (med.) m3/h (min.) n. dB (A) (max.) dB (A) (med.) dB (A) (min.) dB (A) (max.) (E) dB (A) (med.) (E) dB (A) (min.) (E) l W (E) A W A FCX 17 2490 2070 1610 1360 700 214 2,8 1000 890 720 830 710 540 172 2,6 200 160 110 1 36,5 29,5 22,5 45 38 31 0,58 35 0,16 735 3,2 1/2 1/2 FCX 22 3400 2700 1915 2100 950 292 6,3 1500 1330 1055 1240 1055 755 258 5,8 290 220 140 1 41,5 34,5 22,5 50 43 31 0,79 25 0,12 975 4,25 1/2 1/2 FCX 32 4975 4085 3380 3160 1300 427 14,2 2210 2055 1570 1750 1540 1100 380 16,6 450 350 260 2 39,5 32,5 25,5 48 41 34 1,11 44 0,21 1344 5,86 1/2 1/2 FCX 42 7400 6415 5115 4240 1650 636 14,1 3400 2800 2310 2760 2115 1635 585 14,3 600 460 330 2 42,5 35,5 28,5 51 44 37 1,48 57 0,28 1707 7,45 3/4 1/2 FCX 50 8620 7530 5420 4900 1950 741 14,2 4190 3640 2840 3000 2750 2040 721 19,3 720 600 400 2 47,5 42,5 33,5 56 51 42 1,48 67 0,35 2017 8,83 3/4 1/2 FCX 62 12920 10940 8330 6460 2200 1110 14,8 4860 4660 3950 3980 3510 2825 836 11,6 920 720 520 3 48,5 42,5 33,5 57 51 42 2,52 82 0,40 2282 9,97 3/4 1/2 FCX 82 FCX 102 15140 13350 10770 7990 2200 1300 19,8 7420 5500 4710 5680 4250 3450 1276 13,5 1140 930 700 3 53,5 48,5 41,5 62 57 50 2,52 106 0,49 2306 10,06 3/4 1/2 17020 15240 12560 9670 2200 1464 16,6 7620 7140 6270 5980 4984 4263 1311 19,2 1300 1120 900 3 57,5 52,5 47,5 66 61 56 2,52 131 0,58 2331 10,15 3/4 1/2

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Total cooling capacity

Sensible cooling capacity Water flow rate Water pressure drop

Air flow rate Fans Sound pressure

Sound power Water contents Max. motor power Max. input current Max. motor power with electric heater Input current with electric heater Coil connections 3R Coil connections 1R

Power supply = 230V ~ 50Hz

(E) = EUROVENT certified performance

Performance values refer to the following conditions: Sound pressure measured in an 85 m 3 semi-reverberant test chamber with reverberation time Tr = 0.5s. Cooling: - room air temperature 27 C B.S., 19 C B.U.; maximum speed: - water inlet temperature 7 C; t water 5 C. medium and low speed: - water inlet temperature 7 C; - water flow rate remains same as at maximum speed.

Heating: room air temperature 20 C B.S.; maximum speed: - water inlet temperature 70 C; t water 10 C; medium and low speed: - water inlet temperature 70 C; - water flow rate remains same as at maximum speed. maximum speed (water inlet 50C): - water inlet temperature 50 C; - water flow rate same as in cooling operation.

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TECHNICAL DATA FCX PO with 3-row coil


Mod. Heating Heating capacity Heating capacity* (water inlet 50C) Heating capacity (accessory RX) Water flow rate Water pressure drop Cooling Total cooling capacity W (max.) W (med.) W (min.) W (E) W l/h kPa W (max.) (E) W (med.) W (min.) W (max.) (E) W (med.) W (min.) l/h kPa (E) m3/h (max.) m3/h (med.) m3/h (min.) n. dB (A) (max.) dB (A) (med.) dB (A) (min.) dB (A) (max.) (E) dB (A) (med.) (E) dB (A) (min.) (E) l W A W A FCX 22 3400 2700 1915 2100 950 292 6,3 1500 1330 1055 1240 1055 755 258 5,8 290 220 140 1 41,5 34,5 22,5 50 43 31 0,79 54 0,25 1004 4,38 1/2 1/2 FCX 32 4975 4085 3380 3160 1300 427 14,2 2210 2055 1570 1750 1540 1100 380 16,6 450 350 260 2 39,5 32,5 25,5 48 41 34 1,11 97 0,45 1397 6,00 1/2 1/2 FCX 42 7400 6415 5115 4240 1650 636 14,1 3400 2800 2310 2760 2115 1635 585 14,3 600 460 330 2 42,5 35,5 28,5 51 44 37 1,48 111 0,51 1761 7,68 3/4 1/2 FCX 50 8620 7530 5420 4900 1950 741 14,2 4190 3640 2840 3000 2750 2040 721 19,3 720 600 400 2 47,5 42,5 33,5 56 51 42 1,48 82 0,36 2032 8,84 3/4 1/2 FCX 62 12920 10940 8330 6460 2200 1110 14,8 4860 4660 3950 3980 3510 2825 836 11,6 920 720 520 3 48,5 42,5 33,5 57 51 42 2,52 97 0,48 2297 10,05 3/4 1/2 FCX 82 15140 13350 10770 7990 2200 1300 19,8 7420 5500 4710 5680 4250 3450 1276 13,5 1140 930 700 3 53,5 48,5 41,5 62 57 50 2,52 135 0,62 2335 10,19 3/4 1/2

Sensible cooling capacity Water flow rate Water pressure drop

Air flow rate Fans Sound pressure

Sound power Water contents Max. motor power Max. input current Max. motor power with electric heater Input current with electric heater Coil connections 3R Coil connections 1R

Power supply = 230V ~ 50Hz

(E) = EUROVENT certified performance

Performance values refer to the following conditions: Sound pressure measured in an 85 m3 semi-reverberant test chamber with reverberation time Tr = 0.5s. Cooling: - room air temperature 27 C B.S., 19 C B.U.; maximum speed: - water inlet temperature 7 C; t water 5 C. medium and low speed: - water inlet temperature 7 C; - water flow rate remains same as at maximum speed.

Heating: room air temperature 20 C B.S.; maximum speed: - water inlet temperature 70 C; t water 10 C; medium and low speed: - water inlet temperature 70 C; - water flow rate remains same as at maximum speed. maximum speed (water inlet 50C): - water inlet temperature 50 C; - water flow rate same as in cooling operation.

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TECHNICAL DATA FCX P with 4-row coil


Mod. Heating Heating capacity Heating capacity* (water inlet 50C) Water flow rate Water pressure drop Cooling W (max.) W (med.) W (min.) W (E) l/h kPa W (max.) (E) W (med.) W (min.) W (max.) (E) W (med.) W (min.) l/h kPa (E) m3/h (max.) m3/h (med.) m3/h (min.) n. dB (A) (max.) dB (A) (med.) dB (A) (min.) dB (A) (max.) (E) dB (A) (med.) (E) dB (A) (min.) (E) l W (E) A FCX 24 3950 3200 2200 2320 340 4 1730 1500 1150 1380 1140 828 297 3 290 220 140 1 42,5 37,5 26,5 51 46 35 1 33 0,25 3/4 FCX 34 5850 4850 3850 3550 503 8 2800 2450 2050 2130 1789 1441 482 9 450 350 260 2 39,5 32,5 27,5 48 41 36 1,5 44 0,45 3/4 FCX 44 8600 6930 5200 5250 740 21 4450 3780 2970 3300 2722 2079 765 19,2 600 460 330 2 46,5 41,5 32,5 55 50 41 1,9 57 0,51 3/4 FCX 54 10100 8760 6240 6100 869 22 4970 4770 3620 3540 3101 2281 855 25,9 720 600 400 2 47,5 44,5 35,5 56 53 44 1,9 67 0,36 3/4 FCX 64 14300 11500 8500 7810 1230 22 6350 5520 4500 5030 4195 3330 1092 13 920 720 520 3 48,5 42,5 35,5 57 51 44 3,4 91 0,48 3/4 FCX 84 17100 14420 11200 10400 1471 30 8600 7600 6270 5780 5016 4013 1479 22 1140 930 700 3 52,5 48,5 42,5 61 57 51 3,4 106 0,62 3/4

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Total cooling capacity

Sensible cooling capacity Water flow rate Water pressure drop

Air flow rate Fans Sound pressure

Sound power Water contents Max. motor power Max. input current Coil connections 4R

Power supply = 230V ~ 50Hz

(E) = EUROVENT certified performance

Performance values refer to the following conditions: Sound pressure measured in an 85 m 3 semi-reverberant test chamber with reverberation time Tr = 0.5s. Cooling: - room air temperature 27 C B.S., 19 C B.U.; maximum speed: - water inlet temperature 7 C; t water 5 C. medium and low speed: - water inlet temperature 7 C; - water flow rate remains same as at maximum speed.

Heating: room air temperature 20 C B.S.; maximum speed: - water inlet temperature 70 C; t water 10 C; medium and low speed: - water inlet temperature 70 C; - water flow rate remains same as at maximum speed. maximum speed (water inlet 50C): - water inlet temperature 50 C; - water flow rate same as in cooling operation.

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TECHNICAL DATA FCX PO with 4-row coil


Mod. Heating Heating capacity Heating capacity* (water inlet 50C) Water flow rate Water pressure drop Cooling Total cooling capacity W (max.) W (med.) W (min.) W (E) l/h kPa W (max.) (E) W (med.) W (min.) W (max.) (E) W (med.) W (min.) l/h kPa (E) m3/h (max.) m3/h (med.) m3/h (min.) n. dB (A) (max.) dB (A) (max.) l W (E) A FCX 24 3950 3200 2200 2320 340 4 1730 1500 1150 1380 1140 828 297 3 290 220 140 1 49,5 58 1 54 0,25 3/4 FCX 34 5850 4850 3850 3550 503 8 2800 2450 2050 2130 1789 1441 482 9 450 350 260 2 44 52,5 1,5 97 0,45 3/4 FCX 44 8600 6930 5200 5250 740 21 4450 3780 2970 3300 2722 2079 765 19,2 600 460 330 2 50 58,5 1,9 111 0,51 3/4 FCX 54 10100 8760 6240 6100 869 22 4970 4770 3620 3540 3101 2281 855 25,9 720 600 400 2 50,5 59 1,9 82 0,36 3/4 FCX 64 14300 11500 8500 7810 1230 22 6350 5520 4500 5030 4195 3330 1092 13 920 720 520 3 53,5 62 3,4 97 0,48 3/4 FCX 84 17100 14420 11200 10400 1471 30 8600 7600 6270 5780 5016 4013 1479 22 1140 930 700 3 55,5 64 3,4 135 0,62 3/4

Sensible cooling capacity Water flow rate Water pressure drop

Air flow rate Fans Sound pressure Sound power Water contents Max. motor power Max. input current Coil connections 4R

Power supply = 230V ~ 50Hz

(E) = EUROVENT certified performance

Performance values refer to the following conditions: Sound pressure measured in an 85 m 3 semi-reverberant test chamber with reverberation time Tr = 0.5s. Cooling: - room air temperature 27 C B.S., 19 C B.U.; maximum speed: - water inlet temperature 7 C; t water 5 C. medium and low speed: - water inlet temperature 7 C; - water flow rate remains same as at maximum speed.

Heating: - room air temperature 20 C B.S.; maximum speed: - water inlet temperature 70 C; t water 10 C; medium and low speed: - water inlet temperature 70 C; - water flow rate remains same as at maximum speed. maximum speed (water inlet 50C): - water inlet temperature 50 C; - water flow rate same as in cooling operation.

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OPERATING LIMITS
Maximum water inlet temperature............................ 80 C Maximum working pressure ....................................... 8 bar Operating Voltage ..............................230V(10%) ~ 50Hz Room Temperature ................................................. 045C Room Humidity................................................. <85% U.R. Water flow limits (3-row coil ): MOD. Minimum water flow Maximum water flow FCX [l/h] [l/h] 17 100 750 22 100 750 32 100 750 42 150 1100 50 150 1100 62 300 2200 82 300 2200 102 300 2200

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Water flow limits (1-row coil): MOD. Minimum water flow Maximum water flow FCX [l/h] [l/h] 17 50 400 22 50 400 32 50 400 42 50 400 50 50 400 62 100 900 82 100 900 102 100 900

Water flow limits (4-row coil): MOD. Minimum water flow Maximum water flow FCX [l/h] [l/h] 24 150 1100 34 150 1100 44 150 1100 54 150 1100 64 300 2200 84 300 2200

Minimum average water temperature To prevent the formation of condensation on the exterior of the unit while the fan is operating, the average water temperature should not drop beneath the limits shown in the table below, determined by the thermo-hydrometric ambient conditions. These limits refer to unit operation with fan at minimum speed. MINIMUM AVERAGE WATER TEMPERATURE 15 17 19 21 23 21 3 3 3 6 23 3 3 3 5 8 In case condensation is formed on the exterior of the unit if cold water circulates through the coil while the fan is off for prolonged periods of time, it is advisable to fit the additional three-way valve.

Dry bulbe air temperature [C] 25 3 3 3 4 7 27 3 3 3 3 6 29 3 3 3 3 5 31 3 3 3 3 5

Wet bulbe air temperature C

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COOLING CAPACITY

FCX 17
TOTAL COOLING CAPACITY [W] Wet bulbe air temperature [C] Water temp. Inlet [C] SENSIBLE COOLING CAPACITY [W] Dry bulbe air temperature [C]

t
3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7

15
884 750 699 777 674 627 671 602 597 551 539 500 481 429

17
1246 1071 920 852 1109 934 823 768 964 825 736 845 718 660 727 635 593 630 575 572 525 514 473 456

19
1624 1472 1277 1105 1027 1495 1328 1141 991 927 1362 1171

21
2012 1866 1710 1525 1328 1882 1734 1572 1364 1191 1750 1595 1403 1209 1075 1615 1452 1252 1061 970 1472 1282 1098 941 878 1309 1118 955 843 1152 982 829 757 986 845 730 856 732 654

23
2428 2286 2137 1975 1803 2299 2157 2002 1833 1638 2167 2021 1859 1684 1466 2031 1879 1710 1505 1296 1889 1730 1555 1346 1146 1744 1578 1378 1177 1023 1591 1405 1205 1027 918 1432 1227 1045 891 826 1259 1071 904 795

21
723 652 615 583 548 654 595 562 530 498 589 544 512 480 447 532 493 461 429 395 477 443 411 378 345 425 392 360 326 292 374 342 310 275 238 324 292 258 222 182 273 240 206 167 120

23
857 768 718 685 652 786 711 666 635 601 727 652 615 580 548 658 595 562 530 497 594 544 512 479 446 536 493 461 429 395 479 443 410 378 344 425 392 360 326 292 374 341 309 275 238

25
996 907 820 781 747 923 840 768 731 699 858 780 716 683 649 796 717 667 634 600 728 654 614 579 548 662 594 561 530 497 598 543 510 479 446 541 492 461 428 395 483 442 410 377 343

27
1112 1044 956 877 835 1054 980 895 823 791 995 911

29
1226 1161 1093 1011 933 1170 1104 1029 945 879 1113 1046 966 879 832 1054 982 899 822 788 995 912 835 771 739 930 851 773 725 694 860 787 716 678 648 798 725 664 630 599 732 664 614 578 547

31
1337 1276 1211 1145 1068 1282 1220 1155 1086 1001 1226 1163 1096 1018 936 1168 1105 1038 954 878 1110 1046 969 891 827 1053 982 903 828 782 993 918 839 770 737 928 853 778 723 693 858 789 720 678 648

1000
891 837 1212 1036 875 807 1055 900 775 725 920 779 694 788 679 622 679 600 605 547

830
777 744 930 849 769 730 695 859 784 715 682 649 797 722 665 631 600 731 659 614 579 547 665 595 561 528 497 602 542 510 479 446

10

11

12

13

NB: Values of capacity in bold face refer to nominal value. Values of sensible capacity higher than values of total capacity mean that cooling is without dehumidification. In this case consider only the values of sensible capacity. The cooling capacities in the table must be multiplied by the following factors: MOD. FCX 17 total capacity 1,00 Maximun speed sensible capacity 1,00 total capacity 0,89 Medium speed sensible capacity 0,86 total capacity 0,72 Minimum speed sensible capacity 0,65

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COOLING CAPACITY

FCX 22
TOTAL COOLING CAPACITY [W] Wet bulbe air temperature [C] Water temp. Inlet [C] SENSIBLE COOLING CAPACITY [W] Dry bulbe air temperature [C]

t
3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7

15
1238 1110 948 866 1085 963 837 779 948 841 750 707 837 748 683 750 671 616 683 593

17
1731 1579 1372 1167 1049 1555 1387 1198 1015 946 1372 1207 1033 908 847 1198 1046 901 817 1033 907 783 738 901 796 713 782 716 646 713 637 646

19
2254 2090 1893 1677 1436 2086 1917 1701 1478 1247 1893 1719

21
2613 2440 2250 2028 2613 2440 2258 2063 1811 2440 2258 2072 1841 1597 2258 2072 1862 1625 1390 2072 1878 1640 1420 1198 1862 1652 1433 1222 1052 1640 1433 1238 1061 933 1433 1247 1073 918 840 1238 1058 921 806

23
3163 3003 2826 2631 2994 2826 2640 2436 2817 2640 2445 2232 2631 2449 2245 1997 2440 2250 2019 1762 2449 2241 2037 1780 1542 2250 2032 1795 1555 1329 2037 1801 1564 1350 1143 1795 1561 1350 1155 988

21
1065 973 864 814 768 980 875 786 742 698 885 783 719 673 627 794 701 649 603 558 714 625 580 534 487 633 554 510 464 415 551 486 441 393 342 467 416 370 322 266 392 346 299 246 181

23
1253 1162 1048 955 907 1164 1068 955 882 840 1066 977 869 814 766 983 891 786 742 696 890 793 717 673 627 799 711 648 603 558 719 629 579 534 487 638 554 510 464 415 556 485 440 393 342

25
1434 1350 1236 1124 1033 1352 1252 1143 1038 969 1262 1165 1056 953 905 1164 1073 971 882 839 1079 984 878 813 766 986 897 790 741 696 893 801 717 673 627 804 720 648 603 558 723 638 578 534 487

27
1590 1512 1430 1322 1207 1511 1432 1334 1229 1119 1432 1350

29
1743 1669 1594 1511 1407 1667 1591 1514 1422 1314 1589 1513 1432 1326 1223 1508 1430 1340 1235 1129 1429 1350 1250 1147 1047 1347 1260 1159 1062 968 1257 1167 1067 975 904 1162 1075 985 889 836 1078 989 896 812 764

31
1891 1823 1751 1673 1591 1814 1745 1672 1594 1510 1736 1666 1595 1513 1419 1662 1590 1514 1430 1327 1582 1511 1434 1337 1230 1505 1431 1345 1245 1143 1424 1349 1252 1151 1058 1343 1259 1161 1070 974 1253 1165 1070 983 902

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1500
1280 1107 1701 1512 1311 1119 994 1527 1314 1137 966 889 1311 1134 977 858 1137 978 854 767 977 854 753 701 854 762 678

1240
1139 1036 1349 1260 1149 1049 967 1261 1166 1061 966 904 1163 1073 979 884 840 1078 986 888 812 764 988 901 799 741 696 896 809 720 671 627

10

11

12

13

NB: Values of capacity in bold face refer to nominal value. Values of sensible capacity higher than values of total capacity mean that cooling is without dehumidification. In this case consider only the values of sensible capacity. The cooling capacities in the table must be multiplied by the following factors: MOD. FCX 22 total capacity 1,00 Maximum speed sensible capacity 1,00 total capacity 0,89 Medium speed sensible capacity 0,85 total capacity 0,70 Low speed sensible capacity 0,61 FCX 24 1,15 1,11 1,00 0,92 0,77 0,67

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COOLING CAPACITY

FCX 32
TOTAL COOLING CAPACITY [W] Wet bulbe air temperature [C] Water temp. Inlet [C] SENSIBLE COOLING CAPACITY [W] Dry bulbe air temperature [C]

t
3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7

15
1303 1618 1415 1231 1064 1587 1407 1236 1056 960 1363 1205 1069 939 871 1174 1056 942 841 1042 952 843 942 847 839

17
1866 2281 2026 1793 1556 2241 2013 1780 1552 1332 1989 1758 1552 1341 1152 1723 1523 1337 1161 1012 1475 1320 1152 1009 911 1264 1131 1014 900 1095 1007 909 992 904 891

19
2512 2921 2728 2502 2246 2693 2491 2219 1964 2456

21
3148 3419 3228 3010 3189 2984 2759 3138 2947 2733 2456 2895 2693 2448 2170 2649 2413 2158 1881 2386 2113 1864 1623 2320 2078 1832 1618 1398 2035 1793 1583 1390 1209 1739 1534 1352 1198 1042

23
3968 3770 3924 3732 3528 3681 3489 3272 3438 3228 2997 3182 2959 2693 3112 2914 2680 2378 2851 2636 2355 2078 2579 2316 2030 1789 2267 1995 1754 1534

21
1134 1351 1231 1088 997 1347 1230 1103 974 906 1219 1095 987 878 817 1084 990 878 785 727 981 881 764 695 635 875 774 663 622 542 769 661 574 512 448 661 546 483 419 347 552 452 391 321 238

23
1368 1604 1485 1360 1222 1593 1477 1366 1236 1104 1479 1355 1240 1114 997 1349 1233 1114 990 906 1221 1114 1001 881 817 1089 997 891 785 727 983 891 778 695 635 880 783 667 605 542 774 672 574 512 448

25
1612 1851 1750 1623 1493 1831 1733 1623 1494 1368 1726 1604 1488 1377 1248 1593 1476 1372 1255 1120 1477 1357 1248 1128 1003 1348 1240 1134 1008 906 1224 1109 1010 895 817 1091 1003 902 788 727 987 898 792 695 635

27
1817 2055 1973 1881 1753 2029 1954 1867 1755 1630 1928 1849

29
2004 2253 2176 2090 2001 2220 2153 2076 1989 1895 2120 2054 1973 1884 1759 2022 1950 1868 1755 1636 1921 1848 1752 1632 1261 1819 1743 1624 1513 1389 1716 1615 1503 1392 1274 1587 1491 1379 1274 1159 1472 1359 1260 1158 1033

31
2184 2438 2371 2292 2210 2409 2340 2272 2193 2106 2313 2246 2174 2090 2004 2212 2149 2072 1989 1896 2115 2046 1970 1882 1771 2013 1948 1864 1755 1638 1914 1844 1749 1634 1524 1813 1737 1622 1517 1405 1709 1610 1503 1394 1291

2210
1956 1705 2403 2193 1938 1710 1490 2162 1912 1688 1472 1275 1872 1653 1447 1271 1104 1600 1420 1258 1102 963 1363 1212 1087 971 1172 1063 971

1750
1630 1501 1827 1744 1625 1501 1382 1722 1616 1492 1386 1263 1591 1491 1376 1266 1145 1474 1359 1254 1148 1015 1349 1242 1141 1021 911 1210 1114 1019 911 817

10

11

12

13

NB: Values of capacity in bold face refer to nominal value. Values of sensible capacity higher than values of total capacity mean that cooling is without dehumidification. In this case consider only the values of sensible capacity. The cooling capacities in the table must be multiplied by the following factors: MOD. FCX 32 total capacity 1,00 Maximum speed sensible capacity 1,00 total capacity 0,86 Medium speed sensible capacity 0,81 total capacity 0,65 Low speed sensible capacity 0,58 FCX 34 1,17 1,12 1,02 0,94 0,85 0,76

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COOLING CAPACITY

FCX 42
TOTAL COOLING CAPACITY [W] Wet bulbe air temperature [C] Water temp. Inlet [C] SENSIBLE COOLING CAPACITY [W] Dry bulbe air temperature [C]

t
3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7

15
2871 2491 2156 1808 1602 2491 2166 1879 1563 1457 2146 1882 1621 1415 1321 1850 1647 1482 1279 1644 1482 1266 1482 1312 1320

17
3516 3110 2717 2278 3497 3103 2730 2343 1924 3071 2742 2375 2014 1689 2704 2382 2040 1737 1518 2324 2033 1782 1515 1386 1995 1769 1563 1350 1727 1579 1392 1566 1412 1405

19
4551 4241 3825 3368 4194 3832 3426 2962 3825

21
5329 5010 4635 4963 4626 4204 4898 4579 4223 3471 4523 4185 3748 3297 4128 3741 3297 2846 3683 3284 2846 2446 3625 3245 2852 2465 2098 3149 2800 2433 2117 1789 2730 2375 2104 1824 1544

23
6191 5854 6126 5816 5460 5751 5423 5048 5357 5010 4616 4954 4588 4109 4869 4532 4109 3619 4448 4083 3613 3155 4012 3580 3142 2710 3535 3103 2691 2317

21
2336 2149 1920 1648 1544 2131 1939 1706 1496 1402 1929 1740 1523 1355 1260 1740 1564 1334 1216 1118 1571 1388 1169 1074 976 1398 1203 1027 932 831 1224 1010 885 788 684 1047 841 744 642 529 863 698 600 491 359

23
2730 2550 2332 2113 1850 2542 2349 2143 1908 1685 2336 2160 1944 1679 1544 2136 1948 1751 1507 1402 1934 1753 1557 1355 1260 1746 1581 1368 1214 1118 1577 1405 1179 1074 976 1407 1226 1027 932 831 1233 1037 885 788 684

25
3088 2942 2752 2530 2298 2918 2755 2554 2337 2094 2730 2553 2343 2138 1878 2539 2357 2160 1940 1695 2334 2166 1962 1733 1540 2135 1961 1772 1534 1402 1938 1767 1584 1361 1260 1753 1598 1402 1213 1118 1584 1422 1206 1072 976

27
3401 3279 3134 2955 2737 3240 3112 2962 2754 2528 3076 2941

29
3715 3602 3468 3320 3155 3552 3437 3303 3150 2951 3393 3275 3133 2960 2754 3228 3108 2958 2761 2559 3064 2936 2758 2565 2362 2899 2750 2560 2380 2169 2732 2547 2373 2186 1966 2529 2356 2177 1999 1768 2329 2172 2003 1808 1564

31
3907 3791 3653 3507 3749 3628 3489 3339 3702 3592 3465 3322 3163 3540 3429 3298 3151 2975 3379 3267 3131 2964 2760 3215 3100 2956 2762 2573 3052 2929 2757 2570 2373 2883 2741 2561 2385 2189 2717 2545 2374 2195 2004

English

3400
2987 2556 3761 3381 3013 2601 2195 3342 2987 2588 2233 1859 2936 2581 2246 1924 1615 2517 2195 1927 1647 1450 2149 1901 1669 1466 1850 1669 1502

2760
2558 2338 2909 2754 2561 2353 2140 2739 2554 2369 2172 1932 2536 2357 2169 1977 1718 2333 2168 1990 1770 1547 2136 1984 1794 1574 1402 1945 1780 1604 1382 1260

10

11

12

13

NB: Values of capacity in bold face refer to nominal value. Values of sensible capacity higher than values of total capacity mean that cooling is without dehumidification. In this case consider only the values of sensible capacity. The cooling capacities in the table must be multiplied by the following factors: MOD. FCX 42 total capacity 1,00 Maximum speed sensible capacity 1,00 total capacity 0,82 Medium speed sensible capacity 0,77 total capacity 0,68 Low speed sensible capacity 0,59 FCX 44 1,31 1,20 1,11 0,99 0,87 0,75

20

COOLING CAPACITY

FCX 50
TOTAL COOLING CAPACITY [W] Wet bulbe air temperature [C] Water temp. Inlet [C] SENSIBLE COOLING CAPACITY [W] Dry bulbe air temperature [C]

t
3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 6 4 5 6 7

15
3542 3227 2912 2588 2246 3170 2885 2605 2307 1983 2833 2579 2329 2062 1721 2535 2325 2075 1817 2299 2097 1861 2075 1874 1852

17
4260 3892 3516 3130 3848 3498 3139 2789 3778 3454 3130 2806 2474 3376 3078 2789 2496 2189 3008 2745 2491 2229 1940 2675 2456 2237 1992 2412 2224 2010 2193 2001 1970

19
5468 5083 4663 4234 5031 4628 4225 3813 4575

21
6406 6011 5565 5960 5539 5083 5486 5039 4593 5390 4996 4558 4137 4908 4505 4094 3700 4435 4032 3665 3279 3962 3603 3253 2912 3831 3507 3192 2885 2579 3398 3113 2833 2561 2299

23
7451 7043 6979 6546 6495 6037 6406 5986 5503 5909 5468 4987 5398 4926 4479 5267 4847 4418 3997 4733 4339 3927 3551 4243 3848 3489 3139

21
2624 2461 2284 2064 1755 2448 2290 2096 1848 1537 2278 2105 1892 1618 1355 2090 1900 1675 1367 1884 1690 1448 1147 1678 1476 1210 1469 1255 951 1258 1025 1045 765

23
2952 2810 2643 2467 2251 2788 2642 2470 2290 2053 2623 2472 2301 2104 1827 2448 2298 2119 1892 1581 2282 2122 1917 1666 1367 2093 1917 1702 1428 1892 1706 1481 1174 v 1687 1493 1251 1481 1275 992

25
3296 3145 2999 2831 2646 3113 2980 2829 2656 2471 2941 2809 2657 2483 2292 2786 2642 2483 2308 2102 2612 2478 2318 2127 1884 2449 2308 2138 1929 1650 2288 2134 1941 1706 1400 2102 1929 1727 1476 1896 1718 1509 1222

27
3632 3500 3343 3185 3015 3458 3326 3168 3013 2841 3280 3139

29
3836 3704 3545 3369 3791 3663 3523 3356 3194 3619 3486 3343 3182 3020 3443 3307 3165 3006 2854 3262 3129 2994 2845 2683 3079 2967 2828 2675 2515 2916 2803 2662 2513 2342 2762 2641 2500 2344 2170 2612 2480 2343 2175 1972

31
4164 4039 3896 3740 3989 3861 3720 3556 3819 3690 3541 3370 3772 3647 3516 3357 3195 3598 3468 3329 3172 3024 3421 3291 3141 3005 2853 3240 3111 2979 2836 2693 3061 2955 2823 2679 2527 2897 2797 2660 2516 2365

4190
3796 3402 4129 3791 3393 3034 4024 3700 3358 3017 2693 3603 3279 2982 2684 2386 3192 2920 2653 2395 2123 2833 2605 2377 2150 2531 2351 2150

3000
2838 2670 3096 2975 2829 2666 2496 2931 2808 2659 2502 2320 2775 2644 2492 2331 2137 2606 2478 2332 2154 1932 2448 2316 2157 1957 1706 2288 2146 1957 1739 1457

10

11

12

13

NB: Values of capacity in bold face refer to nominal value. Values of sensible capacity higher than values of total capacity mean that cooling is without dehumidification. In this case consider only the values of sensible capacity. The cooling capacities in the table must be multiplied by the following factors: MOD. FCX 50 total capacity 1,00 Maximum speed sensible capacity 1,00 total capacity 0,87 Medium speed sensible capacity 0,92 total capacity 0,68 Low speed sensible capacity 0,68 FCX54 1,26 1,18 1,14 1,03 0,86 0,76

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COOLING CAPACITY

FCX 62
TOTAL COOLING CAPACITY [W] Wet bulbe air temperature [C] Water temp. Inlet [C] SENSIBLE COOLING CAPACITY [W] Dry bulbe air temperature [C]

t
3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7

15
4190 3725 3185 2739 2586 3734 3302 2804 2501 2358 3316 2924 2478 2287 2943 2618 2394 2073 2655 2339 2004 2394 2050 2125

17
5511 5018 4460 3818 3241 5009 4506 3967 3325 2953 4498 4023 3501 2907 2693 4004 3567 3083 2618 2460 3544 3149 2720 2390 3135 2800 2418 2176 2800 2520 2125 2539 2246 2278

19
6974 6500 5949 5335 4609 6460 5967 5409 4776 4050 5930 5418

21
8084 7583 7015 6365 7556 7041 6446 5762 7015 6474 5847 5149 6946 6446 5874 5251 4553 6392 5855 5279 4665 3976 5800 5260 4702 4107 3437 5204 4693 4153 3595 2981 4618 4135 3651 3139 2683 4064 3632 3204 2748 2451

23
9315 8801 8205 9248 8774 8233 7624 8706 8205 7651 6988 8151 7637 7028 6338 7569 7028 6392 5688 6974 6392 5744 5056 6866 6352 5744 5111 4441 6257 5698 5111 4506 3864 5614 5064 4506 3939 3344

21
3490 3214 2836 2611 2460 3253 2970 2558 2387 2236 3017 2704 2314 2163 2012 2757 2411 2089 1938 1783 2480 2099 1865 1714 1558 2202 1797 1641 1485 1327 1914 1598 1417 1258 1091 1612 1344 1190 1027 845 1283 1116 959 813 575

23
3981 3725 3424 3030 2867 3735 3482 3171 2818 2975 3499 3240 2909 2606 2460 3262 3001 2616 2387 2236 3031 2742 2323 2163 2012 2777 2455 2089 1938 1783 2498 2158 1865 1714 1558 2221 1836 1641 1485 1327 1938 1566 1415 1258 1091

25
4464 4222 3955 3637 3249 4210 3982 3710 3372 3053 3977 3738 3463 3102 2869 3728 3499 3216 2836 2671 3502 3266 2967 2906 2455 3269 3029 2694 2382 2231 3043 2777 2382 2158 2007 2786 2494 2094 1936 1783 2513 2202 1860 1711 1558

27
4949 4720 4465 4184 3848 4701 4468 4219 3934 3581 4456 4227

29
5415 5208 4977 4717 4419 5175 4964 4727 4465 4167 4934 4721 4471 4213 3913 4691 4471 4233 2967 3648 4448 4226 3982 3717 3382 4198 3980 3742 3472 3107 3957 3746 3514 3229 2880 3727 3520 3281 2972 2674 3504 3293 3044 2681 2455

31
5861 5681 5465 5231 4963 5620 5441 5224 4986 4714 5388 5200 4977 4733 4453 5155 4960 4731 4482 4203 4915 4714 4474 4227 3955 4675 4462 3982 3982 3697 4433 4208 3986 3746 3447 4182 3978 3753 3504 3188 3944 3744 3522 3268 2921

English

4860
4237 3492 5391 4869 4330 3725 3111 4833 4349 3827 3251 2813 4302 3836 3363 2822 2567 3790 3380 2962 2515 2348 3334 2990 2627 2278 2957 2683 2344

3980
3685 3304 4205 3985 3729 3431 3066 3965 3742 3489 3170 2867 3735 3508 3252 2897 2973 3506 3278 3005 2626 2455 3273 3049 2753 2382 2231 3050 2806 2451 2158 2007

10

11

12

13

NB: Values of capacity in bold face refer to nominal value. Values of sensible capacity higher than values of total capacity mean that cooling is without dehumidification. In this case consider only the values of sensible capacity. The cooling capacities in the table must be multiplied by the following factors: MOD. FCX 62 total capacity 1,00 Maximum speed sensible capacity 1,00 total capacity 0,96 Medium speed sensible capacity 0,83 total capacity 0,81 Low speed sensible capacity 0,67 FCX 64 1,31 1,19 1,14 0,99 0,93 0,79

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COOLING CAPACITY

FCX 82
TOTAL COOLING CAPACITY [W] Wet bulbe air temperature [C] Water temp. Inlet [C] SENSIBLE COOLING CAPACITY [W] Dry bulbe air temperature [C]

t
3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7

15
5591 4979 4320 3553 3291 4979 4427 3815 3217 3008 4427 3930 3392 2927 2725 3949 3526 3210 2645 3566 3156 2585 3210 2773 2847

17
7373 6701 5975 5167 4225 6688 6014 5315 4549 3782 6002 5369 4710 3984 3432 5342 4763 4159 3473 3143 4724 4219 3687 3096 2861 4192 3762 3291 2780 3755 3392 2894 3405 3015 3049

19
8676 7952 7131 6243 7965 7212 6405 5517 7925 7218

21
10810 10144 9381 8503 10106 9401 8597 7696 9361 8638 7803 6902 8611 7830 6997 6136 7803 7024 6230 5382 7723 6997 6270 5503 4697 6916 6230 5530 4831 4077 6136 5503 4871 4239 3539 5402 4831 4293 3728 3156

23
0 12453 11749 10985 11729 10985 10164 10966 10203 9342 10887 10183 9381 8477 10106 9361 8503 7589 9283 8503 7642 6754 8450 7628 6808 5948 7562 6781 6002 5194 7440 6727 5988 5275 4535

21
4995 4612 4127 3569 3346 4656 4262 3710 3248 3032 4318 3890 3256 2934 2718 3950 3480 2852 2621 2405 3555 3054 2532 2308 2083 3151 2599 2219 1995 1770 2741 2136 1905 1679 1442 2323 1811 1589 1358 1103 1868 1495 1270 1025 732

23
5671 5326 4927 4400 3939 5338 4990 4576 3978 3658 4996 4652 4211 3591 3346 4670 4310 3815 3248 3032 4340 3942 3375 2934 2718 3971 3539 2905 2621 2405 3576 3114 2532 2308 2088 3181 2681 2219 1995 1770 2774 2196 1905 1679 1444

25
6366 6023 5664 5232 4689 6008 5672 5313 4879 4291 5669 5337 4972 4504 3953 5337 5009 4624 4115 3651 5002 4671 4275 3674 3346 4678 4340 3898 3271 3032 4355 3986 3472 2934 2718 3994 3584 3017 2621 2405 3599 3166 2554 2308 2088

27
7036 6722 6367 5983 5556 6699 6373 6019 5643 5193 6354 6011

29
7680 7409 7082 6715 6331 7344 7073 6732 6357 5969 7018 6723 6381 6015 5619 6679 6364 6022 5668 5263 6329 6008 5688 5320 4898 5978 5686 5357 4984 4538 5647 5357 5026 4650 4132 5326 5026 4704 4297 3718 4995 4713 4372 3915 3346

31
8303 8055 7760 7440 7069 7987 7735 7428 7085 6718 7657 7401 7084 6742 6367 7324 7056 6740 6380 6006 6978 6711 6375 6032 5660 6644 6356 6034 5694 5315 6300 6000 5694 5351 4968 5953 5671 5369 5026 4617 5622 5348 5038 4691 4254

7420
5705 4817 7185 6486 5773 5033 4172 6432 5786 5113 4414 3648 5719 5113 4508 3875 3284 5046 4522 3984 3405 2995 4448 4003 3553 2988 3957 3600 3176

5680
5290 4818 5999 5681 5337 4938 4427 5654 5347 4996 4588 4008 5336 5017 4668 4219 3666 4997 4692 4329 3808 3346 4679 4370 3971 3346 3032 4365 4024 3547 2949 2718

10

11

12

13

NB: Values of capacity in bold face refer to nominal value. Values of sensible capacity higher than values of total capacity mean that cooling is without dehumidification. In this case consider only the values of sensible capacity. The cooling capacities in the table must be multiplied by the following factors: MOD. FCX 82 total capacity 1,00 Maximum speed sensible capacity 1,00 total capacity 0,80 Medium speed sensible capacity 0,85 total capacity 0,68 Low speed sensible capacity 0,69 FCX 84 1,24 1,06 1,10 1,00 0,91 0,80

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COOLING CAPACITY

FCX 102
TOTAL COOLING CAPACITY [W] Wet bulbe air temperature [C] Water temp. Inlet [C] SENSIBLE COOLING CAPACITY [W] Dry bulbe air temperature [C]

t
3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 7

15
6495 5846 5153 4403 3609 5802 5196 4576 3869 3263 5153 4612 4057 3379 2953 4569 4122 3609 2903 4114 3703 3162 3710 3278 3299

17
7808 7043 6221 5326 7029 6293 5514 4648 6956 6278 5586 4865 4028 6206 5571 4937 4273 3508 5485 4937 4381 3783 3119 4850 4388 3912 3306 4331 3956 3480 3927 3537 3523

19
10067 9291 8428 7519 9249 8457 7591 6697 8413

21
11788 10970 10025 10928 10067 9120 10046 9149 8226 9962 9120 8255 7360 9063 8226 7389 6524 8139 7360 6552 5730 7274 6524 5773 5023 7101 6423 5745 5081 4388 6264 5644 5052 4475 3862

23
13656 12816 12795 11914 12711 11893 10970 11809 10928 9962 10865 9941 9005 9878 8976 8053 9753 8890 8024 7129 8760 7937 7101 6264 7822 7029 6249 5485

21
5223 4880 4441 3828 3308 4881 4521 4063 3330 2985 4537 4151 3608 2912 2670 4158 3726 3139 2582 2348 3748 3293 2626 2264 2033 3330 2846 2176 1945 1706 2905 2370 1857 1621 1379 2472 1820 1536 1298 1037 2025 1447 1213 962 662

23
5958 5605 5230 4778 4140 5588 5248 4866 4399 3696 5227 4900 4503 3978 3315 4886 4554 4124 3491 2985 4551 4195 3696 2978 2670 4180 3770 3242 2582 2352 3770 3345 2751 2264 2033 3352 2905 2209 1945 1709 2934 2436 1857 1621 1381

25
6664 6333 5974 5582 5122 6294 5963 5607 5208 4725 5932 5610 5249 4847 4315 5581 5261 4898 4481 3843 5223 4921 4554 4084 3374 4888 4575 4183 3623 2993 4559 4224 3770 3125 2670 4195 3806 3315 2612 2355 3784 3381 2846 2264 2033

27
7366 7080 6715 6348 5940 7003 6693 6352 5971 5562 6630 6329

29
7784 7473 7105 6716 7426 7094 6717 6347 7337 7056 6715 6357 5969 6968 6687 6339 5991 5618 6598 6295 5988 5631 5247 6231 5951 5628 5278 4896 5878 5609 5288 4943 4525 5559 5270 4947 4595 4134 5203 4936 4623 4229 3667

31
8471 8200 7863 7501 8107 7835 7489 7120 7754 7460 7117 6734 7659 7390 7087 6727 6373 7297 7027 6707 6362 5996 6935 6652 6334 5999 5638 6563 6278 5976 5646 5293 6189 5930 5632 5302 4937 5845 5595 5295 4968 4589

English

7620
6798 5918 7562 6812 6033 5196 7447 6754 6033 5312 4547 6639 5990 5341 4677 3956 5860 5283 4713 4129 3451 5153 4677 4194 3667 4569 4186 3761

5980
5608 5195 6264 5964 5623 5255 4820 5913 5614 5273 4901 4432 5574 5265 4927 4548 4015 5217 4928 4594 4171 3506 4889 4598 4239 3733 3029 4571 4253 3828 3257 2670

10

11

12

13

NB: Values of capacity in bold face refer to nominal value. Values of sensible capacity higher than values of total capacity mean that cooling is without dehumidification. In this case consider only the values of sensible capacity. The cooling capacities in the table must be multiplied by the following factors: MOD. FCX 102 total capacity 1,00 Maximum speed sensible capacity 1,00 total capacity 0,94 Medium speed sensible capacity 0,90 total capacity 0,82 Low speed sensible capacity 0,77

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HEATING POWER YIELD 3-ROW COIL

FCX 17
t C (temperature entering water - temperature entering air)

FCX 22
t C (temperature entering water - temperature entering air)

600
Water flow rate [l/h]

20

30

40

50

60

70
Water flow rate [l/h]

700 600 500 400 300 100 200 1

20

30

40

50

60

70

500 400 300 200 100 0,5 1 1,5 2 2,5 3 3,5 4

1,5

2,5

3,5

4,5

5,5

Heating capacity [kW]

Heating capacity [kW]

FCX 32
t C (temperature entering water - temperature entering air)

FCX 42
t C (temperature entering water - temperature entering air)

700
Water flow rate [l/h]

20

30

40

50

60

70
Water flow rate [l/h]

1050 900 750 600 450 300 150 2

20

30

40

50

60

70

600 500 400 300 200 100 1,5 2 2,5 3 3,5 4 4,5 5 5,5 6 6,5 7 7,5
Heating capacity [kW]

10 11

Heating capacity [kW]

FCX 50
t C (temperature entering water - temperature entering air)

FCX 62
t C (temperature entering water - temperature entering air)

1050
Water flow rate [l/h]

20

30

40

50

60

70
Water flow rate [l/h)

2100 1900 1700 1500 1300 1100 900 700 500

20

30

40

50

60

70

900 750 600 450 300 150 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

12

16

20

Heating capacity [kW]

Heating capacity [kW]

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HEATING POWER YIELD 3-ROW COIL

FCX 82
t C (temperature entering water - temperature entering air)

FCX 102
t C (temperature entering water - temperature entering air)
20 30 40 50 60 70

2100
Water flow rate (l/h)

2200 2000
Water flow rate (l/h]

1800 1500 1200 900 600 300 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20


Heating capacity [kW]

1800 1600 1400 1200 1000 800 600

English

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11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 Heating capacity [kW]

HEATING CAPACITY CORRECTION FACTORS


The heating capacities are at maximum speed. For the other speeds, the values must be multiplied by the following factors:

MOD.
Medium speed Low speed

FCX17
0,83 0,65

FCX 22
0,79 0,56

FCX 32
0,82 0,68

FCX 42
0,87 0,69

FCX 50
0,87 0,63

FCX 62
0,85 0,64

FCX 82 FCX102
0,88 0,71 0,90 0,74

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HEATING POWER YIELD 4-ROW COIL

FCX 24
t C (temperature entering water - temperature entering air)
700

FCX 34
t C (temperature entering water - temperature entering air)
700

20

30

40

50

60

70

20

30

40

50

60

70

Water flow rate [l/h]

500 400 300 200 100 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Water flow rate [l/h]

600

600 500 400 300 200 100 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Heating capacity [kW]

Heating capacity [kW]

FCX 44
t C (temperature entering water - temperature entering air)

FCX 54
t C (temperature entering water - temperature entering air)
1050

Water flow rate [l/h]

1000 800 600 400 200 0 2

Water flow rate [l/h]

20

30

40

50

60

70

950 850 750 650 550 450 350 250 150

20

30

40

50

60

70

10

12

14

10

12

14

16

Heating capacity [kW]

Heating capacity [kW]

FCX 64
t C (temperature entering water - temperature entering air)
2100 1900 1700 1500 1300 1100 900 700 500 300 0 5 10 15 20 25

FCX 84
t C (temperature entering water - temperature entering air)
2100

20

30

40

50

60

70

20

30

40

50

60

70

Water flow rate [l/h]

Water flow rate [l/h]

1900 1700 1500 1300 1100 900 700 500 300 0 5 10 15 20 25 30

Heating capacity [kW]

Heating capacity [kW]

HEATING CAPACITY CORRECTION FACTORS


The heating capacities are at maximum speed. For the other speeds, the values must be multiplied by the following factors:

MOD.
Medium speed Low speed

FCX 24
0,81 0,56

FCX 34
0,83 0,66

FCX 44
0,81 0,60

FCX 54
0,87 0,62

FCX 64
0,80 0,59

FCX 84
0,84 0,65

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1-ROW COIL HEATING CAPACITY (ACCESSORY BV)

FCX 17 (BV 117)


t C (temperature entering water - temperature entering air)

FCX 22 (BV122)
t C (temperature entering water - temperature entering air)

400 350
Water flow rate [l/h]

20

30

40

50

60

70
Water flow rate [l/h]

400 350 300 250 200 150 100 50 0,5

20

30

40

50

60

70

300 250 200 150 100 50 0,4 0,6 0,8 1 1,2 1,4 1,6 1,8 2 2,2
Heating capacity [kW]

English

1,5

2,5

3,5

Heating capacity [kW]

FCX 32 (BV132)
t C (temperature entering water - temperature entering air)

FCX 42 (BV142)
t C (temperature entering water - temperature entering air)

400
Water flow rate [l/h]

Water flow rate [l/h]

350 300 250 200 150 100 50

20

30

40

50

60

70

400 350 300 250 200 150 100 50

20

30

40

50

60

70

0,5 1

1,5 2

2,5

3 3,5

4,5 5

0,5 1 1,5 2 2,5 3 3,5 4 4,5 5 5,5 6


Heating capacity [kW]

Heating capacity [kW]

FCX 50 (BV142)
t C (temperature entering water - temperature entering air)

FCX 62 (BV162)
t C (temperature entering water - temperature entering air)

400
Water flow rate [l/h]

300 250 200 150 100 50 0,5 1,5 2,5


Heating capacity [kW]

Water flow rate [l/h]

350

20

30

40

50

60

70

900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 1

20

30

40

50

60

70

3,5

4,5

5,5

6,5

Heating capacity [kW]

10

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1-ROW COIL HEATING CAPACITY (ACCESSORY BV)

FCX 82 (BV162)
t C (temperature entering water - temperature entering air)

FCX 102 (BV162)


t C (temperature entering water - temperature entering air)
30 40 50 60 70

Water flow rate [l/h]

Water flow rate [l/h]

900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 1 2

20

900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 1 2

20

30

40

50

60

70

10 11

10 11

Heating capacity [kW]

Heating capacity [kW]

HEATING CAPACITY CORRECTION FACTORS


The heating capacities are at maximum speed. For the other speeds, the values must be multiplied by the following factors:

MOD.
Medium speed Low speed

FCX17
0,89 0,73

FCX 22
0,85 0,64

FCX 32
0,86 0,72

FCX 42
0,88 0,68

FCX 50
0,89 0,74

FCX 62
0,86 0,71

FCX 82 FCX102
0,9 0,76 0,91 0,81

The 3- row coil heating capacity in the fancoil quipped with BV coil accessory ( 3R + 1R lay-out) are detected by the charts / graphs relating to the 3-row standard coil by applying the here below coefficients. Total cooling capacity Sensible cooling capacity Heating = 0,99 = 0,98 = 0,99

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DIRECT EXPANSION COIL COOLING CAPACITY


Evaporation temperature: A = 2,5 C B = 5 C C = 7,5 C D = 10 C

FCX 22
Sensible cooling capacity [kW]

3,2
Cooling capacity [kW]

2,7 2,2 1,7 1,2 0,7 15 17 19 21 23

A B C D

1,7 1,5 1,3 1,1 0,9 0,7 21 23 25 27 29

A B C D

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wet bulb temperature intake air [C]

wet bulb temperature intake air [C]

FCX 32
Sensible cooling capacity [kW]

5 4 3 2 1 15 17 19 21 23
wet bulb temperature intake air [C]

A B C D

2,5 2 1,5 1 21 23 25 27 29

A B C D

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dry bulb temperature intake air [C]

FCX 42
Sensible cooling capacity [kW]

7 6 5 4 3 2 1 15 17 19 21 23

A B C D

3,5 3 2,5 2 1,5

A B C D

21

23

25

27

29

31

wet bulb temperature intake air [C]

dry bulb temperature intake air [C]

FCX 50
A B C D
Sensible cooling capacity [kW]

9 7 5 3 1 15 17 19 21 23

3 2,5 2 1,5 1 21 23 25 27 29

A B C D

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wet bulb temperature intake air [C]

dry bulb temperature intake air [C]

30

DIRECT EXPANSION COIL COOLING CAPACITY


Evaporation temperature: A = 2,5 C B = 5 C C = 7,5 C D = 10 C

FCX 62
10 8 6 4 2 15 17 19 21 23
wet bulb temperature intake air [C] Sensible cooling capacity [kW]

12
Cooling capacity [kW]

A B C D

6 5 4 3 2 21 23 25 27 29

A B C D

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wet bulb temperature intake air [C]

FCX 82
Sensible cooling capacity [kW]

13 11 9 7 5 3 15 17 19 21 23

A B C D

7 6 5 4 3 21 23 25 27 29 31
dry bulb temperature intake air [C]

A B C D

wet bulb temperature intake air [C]

FCX 102
Sensible cooling capacity [kW]

15 12 9 6 3 15 17 19 21 23
wet bulb temperature intake air [C]

A B C D

7 6 5 4 3 21 23 25 27 29

A B C D

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dry bulb temperature intake air [C]

COOLING CAPACITY CORRECTION FACTORS


The cooling capacity are referred to the maximum speed. For the other speeds, the values must be multiplied by the following factors:

MOD.
Medium speed Low speed total capacity sensible capacity total capacity sensible capacity

FCX17

FCX 22

FCX 32
0,84 0,83 0,61 0,58

FCX 42
0,86 0,85 0,7 0,68

FCX 50
0,9 0,88 0,71 0,68

FCX 62
0,85 0,82 0,67 0,64

FCX 82 FCX102
0,89 0,88 0,74 0,7 0,92 0,91 0,8 0,77

0,85 0,84 0,67 0,65

Note: Sensible power values are higher than the total power and they show the cooling is carried out without dehumidification. Only the sensible power values must be kept into consideration.

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HANGING VERSION AVAILABLE STATIC PRESSURE


IPO series fancoils have been designed to adjust available static pressure provided by the fan to pressure drop in the ducting system by selecting the appropriate operating speed. Tables give the available static pressure of machines fitted with multiple-speed extra-strength motors, according to air flow and L1: max. speed PO version L7: min. speed PO version fan speed (L1...L7). The diagrams also illustrate the available static pressure curves of models with standard motors (P-PE) operating at maximum and medium speed.

max. speed P version average speed P version

FCX 22 - 24
Av.Stat.pressure [Pa]
60 45 30 15 0
L7

FCX 32 - 34
L1 L2 L3 L5 L6 L4

Av.Stat.pressure [Pa]

60 45 30 15
L7 L6 L5 L4 L2 L3

L1

English

140 155 170 185 200 215 230 245 260 275 290

0 260 275 290 305 320 335 350 365 380 395 410 425 440 455

Air flow rate [m3/h]

Air flow rate [m3/h]

FCX 42 - 44
75

FCX 50 - 54
Av.Stat.pressure [Pa]
L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 L1

60 50 40 30 20 10
L6 L5 L4 L2 L3

Av.Stat.pressure [Pa]

L1

60 45 30 15 0
L7

330 355 380 405 430 455 480 505 530 555 580 605 Air flow rate [m3/h]

0 400 430 460 490 520 550 580 610 640 670 700 730 Air flow rate [m3/h]

FCX 62 - 64
80

FCX 82 - 84
Av.Stat.pressure [Pa]
L3 L4 L5 L6 L7 L2 L1

Av.Stat.pressure [Pa]

60 40 20 0

60 40 20 0
L7 L5

L4 L3 L6 L2

L1

520 560 600 640 680 720 760 800 840 880 920

Air flow rate [m3/h]

700 740 780 820 860 900 940 980 1020 1060 1100 1140 Air flow rate [m3/h]

FCX 102 (only P)


Av.Stat.pressure [Pa]
60 40 20 0 900 940 980 1020 1060 1100 1140 1180 1220 1260 1300

Air flow rate [m3/h]

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3-ROW COIL PRESSURE DROP


60
Coil pressure drop [kPa]
FCX 62 FCX 32 FCX 22 FCX 17 FCX 42 FCX 50 FCX 82

50 40 30 20 10 0 0 200 400 600

FCX 102

Water flow rate [l/h]

The pressure drops in the charts above refer to an average water temperature of 10 C. The following table shows the corrections to apply to the pressure drops with a variation in average water temperature. Average water temperature Correction factor C 5 1,03 10 1 15 0,96 20 0,91 50 0,78 60 0,75 70 0,72

4-ROW COIL PRESSURE DROP


50
Coil pressure drop (kPa]

FCX 64 FCX 34 FCX 44 FCX 54 FCX 24 FCX 84

40 30 20 10 0 0 200 400 600

800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 2200


Water flow rate [l/h]

The pressure drops in the charts above refer to an average water temperature of 10 C. The following table shows the corrections to apply to the pressure drops with a variation in average water temperature. Temperatura media dellacqua Correction factor C 5 1,03 10 1 15 0,96 20 0,91 50 0,78 60 0,75 70 0,72

1-ROW COILPRESSURE DROP (accessory BV)


50
Coil pressure drop (kPa]

40 30 20 10 0 0 100 200 300 400

FCX 22-32 FCX 42-50 FCX 17

FCX 62

FCX 82-102

500

600

700

800

900

Water flow rate [l/h]

The pressure drops in the charts above refer to an average water temperature of 65 C. The following table shows the corrections to apply to the pressure drops with a variation in average water temperature. Average water temperature Correction factor C 5 1,4 10 1,36 15 1,31 20 1,24 50 1,06 60 1,02 70 0,98

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800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 2200

CORRECTION FACTORS IN COOLING OPERATION WITH GLYCOL WATER


Reading Key: Pressure drops Water flow Capacity

IN COOLING
GLYCOL WATER AT 10%

IN HEATING

English

1,2

1,4 1,3

Correction factor

Correction factor
6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 C

1,1

1,2 1,1 1,0 0,9 0,8

1,0

0,9

0,8

30

40

50

60

70

80

90 C

Average temperature of the glycol water

Average temperature of the glycol water

GLYCOL WATER AT 20%


1,2 1,1 1,0 0,9 0,8 0,7 0,6

1,4 1,3

FCorrection factor
6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 C

Correction factor

1,2 1,1 1,0 0,9 0,8

30

40

50

60

70

80

90 C

Average temperature of the glycol water

Average temperature of the glycol water

GLYCOL WATER AT 35%


1,6 1,5 1,4
1,3 1,4

Correction factor

Correction factor
6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 C

1,3 1,2 1,1 1,0 0,9 0,8 0,7 0,6 0,5

1,2 1,1 1,0 0,9 0,8 30

40

50

60

70

80

90 C

Average temperature of the glycol water

Average temperature of the glycol water

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SOUND POWER LEVEL RATED IN dB (A)


Speed Mod. FCX17 Max Med. Min Max. Med. Min. Max. Med. Min. Max. Med. Min. Max. Med. Min. Max. Med. Min. Max. Med. Min. Max. Med. Min. 125 40,4 34,1 26,1 45,6 39,2 25,8 43,6 37,0 28,9 46,6 39,6 31,9 51,6 46,6 37,6 52,6 46,4 37,7 57,6 52,4 45,6 61,5 56,6 51,7 250 45,8 40,2 33,0 50,6 44,9 33,0 48,8 43,0 36,1 51,8 44,8 39,1 56,8 51,8 42,8 57,5 51,8 42,6 62,8 57,8 51,0 66,7 61,8 56,8 Band middle frequency [Hz] 500 1000 2000 43,4 39,7 36,2 36,7 32,6 26,9 29,2 26,1 19,7 48,4 41,7 29,1 46,4 39,7 32,2 49,4 42,4 35,2 54,4 49,4 40,4 55,4 49,6 40,4 60,5 55,5 48,4 64,4 59,4 54,4 44,7 37,6 26,2 42,7 35,7 29,0 45,7 38,7 32,0 50,7 45,7 36,7 51,7 45,7 36,8 56,7 51,7 44,6 60,7 55,7 50,7 41,3 31,9 19,9 39,0 29,9 22,9 42,0 35,0 25,9 47,0 42,0 33,0 48,3 41,9 33,0 53,2 48,2 41,1 57,1 52,0 46,9 4000 28,3 21,1 16,2 33,3 25,8 16,2 31,3 24,0 19,2 34,3 27,3 22,2 39,3 34,3 25,3 40,3 34,3 25,3 45,0 40,1 33,2 49,3 44,3 39,3 8000 14,8 4,0 4,1 19,7 7,5 2,6 17,7 5,4 3,1 20,7 13,7 6,1 25,7 20,7 11,7 26,7 20,8 11,7 31,8 26,7 19,8 35,8 30,7 25,7 Global dB 49,3 43,0 35,8 54,2 47,9 35,7 52,3 45,9 38,8 55,3 48,3 41,8 60,3 55,3 46,3 61,2 55,3 46,3 66,3 61,3 54,4 70,3 65,3 60,3 dB (A) 45 (E) 38 (E) 31 (E) 50 (E) 43 (E) 31 (E) 48 (E) 41 (E) 34 (E) 51 (E) 44 (E) 37 (E) 56 (E) 51 (E) 42 (E) 57 (E) 51 (E) 42 (E) 62 (E) 57 (E) 50 (E) 66 (E) 61 (E) 56 (E)

FCX22

FCX32

FCX42

FCX50

FCX62

FCX82

FCX102

(E) =

EUROVENT certified performance.

SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL RATED IN DB (A)


Speed Max Med. Min Mod. FCX 17 36,5 29,5 22,5 22 41,5 34,5 22,5 32 39,5 32,5 25,5 42 42,5 35,5 28,5 50 47,5 42,5 33,5 62 48,5 42,5 33,5 82 53,5 48,5 41,5 102 57,5 52,5 47,5

Sound pressure level (weighted A) measured in a room with 85 m3 volume , reverberation time t= 0,5 s , direction.factor Q= 2 , distance r= 2,5m .

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Speed Mod. FCX24 Max. Med. Min. Max. Med. Min. Max. Med. Min. Max. Med. Min. Max. Med. Min. Max. Med. Min. 125 46,5 42,0 29,8 43,7 37,2 30,8 50,4 45,9 36,2 51,8 48,5 40,0 52,3 46,5 39,6 56,8 52,5 46,7 250 51,6 47,9 37,2 48,8 42,5 38,0 55,8 50,6 42,5 56,8 53,8 44,8 57,6 52,0 44,5 61,8 57,7 52,3 Band middle frequency [Hz] 500 1000 2000 49,3 45,7 42,3 44,8 40,6 34,8 33,1 30,0 23,8 46,5 40,0 34,2 53,7 48,4 39,4 54,2 51,2 42,3 55,4 49,6 42,4 59,4 55,5 49,6 42,7 35,7 31,1 49,3 44,6 36,2 50,7 47,7 38,7 51,7 45,7 39,1 55,7 51,7 45,2 39,1 29,9 24,9 46,0 41,3 29,8 47,3 44,3 35,2 48,3 41,7 34,8 52,0 48,2 42,1 4000 34,3 28,8 20,2 31,3 24,2 21,2 38,5 33,3 26,2 39,2 36,4 27,3 41,1 34,3 27,9 44,3 40,3 34,5 8000 20,8 10,5 5,1 17,6 6,1 5,7 24,7 20,0 9,9 25,5 22,8 13,9 26,5 20,6 13,7 30,9 26,6 21,2 Global dB 54,2 47,9 35,7 52,3 45,9 38,8 55,3 48,3 41,8 60,3 55,3 46,3 61,2 55,3 46,3 66,3 61,3 54,4 dB (A) 51 46 35 48 41 36 55 50 41 56 53 44 57 51 44 61 57 51

FCX34

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FCX44

FCX54

FCX64

FCX84

SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL RATED IN dB (A)


Velocit Max. Med. Min. Mod. FCX 24 42,5 37,5 26,5 34 39,5 32,5 27,5 44 46,5 41,5 32,5 54 47,5 44,5 35,5 64 48,5 42,5 35,5 84 52,5 48,5 42,5

Sound pressure level (weighted A) measured in a room with 85 m3 volume , reverberation time t= 0,5 s , direction.factor Q= 2 , distance r= 2,5m .

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FCX-PO SOUND POWER LEVELS OF DUCTED HANGING VERSIONS in dB


The sound power level generated by ducted fancoils (FCX -PO) depends on fan speed and on the point of operation reached according to pressure drop. The following diagrams can be used to obtain the sound power level (weighted A), expressed in dB (A) in relation to the relevant curve, according to air flow and available static pressure values.

The overall sound power level expressed in dB(A) are given for each curve.

FCX 22
90

FCX 32
50 48 46 44 42 40 38

Available static pressure [Pa]

Available static pressure [Pa]

52

54

56

58

90 75

46

48

50

52

54

75 60 45 30 15

45 30 15 0

42 40 38

0 140 155 170 185 200 215 230 245 260 275 290

260 275 290 305 320 335 350 365 380 395 410 425 440 455

Air flow rate [m3/h]

Air flow rate [m3/h]

FCX 42
135

FCX 50
56 54 52 50 48 46 44 42 58

90

Available static pressure [Pa ]

52

54

56

58

59

Available static pressure [Pa]

120 105 90 75 60 45 30 15 0

75 60

50

48

45
46

30
44

15 0

330 355 380 405 430 455 480 505 530 555 580 605

400 430 460 490 520 550 580 610 640 670 700 730

Air flow rate [m3/h]

Air flow rate [m3/h]

FCX 62
140

FCX 82
Available static pressure [Pa]
54 52 50 56 58 60 62 64

120 100 80 60 40 20
56 54 52 58

Available static pressure [Pa]

60

62

64

120 100 80 60 40 20 0

48 46 44

520 560 600 640 680 720 760 800 840 880 920 Air flow rate [m3/h]

0 700 740 780 820 860 900 940 980 1020 1060 1100 1140

Air flow rate [m3/h]

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ACCESSORIES
AMP BRACKETS FOR HANGING UNITS Kit includes brackets and bolts for ceiling installation.. BC AUXILIARY CONDENSATE DRIP TRAY Made of thermoplastic material, collects the condensate forming in summer operation in the region of the noninsulated hydraulic connections and conveys it to the outside. In particular, the BC4 drip tray must be used on all the sizes with vertical installation of the unit. Attention: The valve VCF and the driptray BC4 can be installed at the same time on the fan coil. Attention: BC8 and BC9 are not applicable to fan coils with cabinet case The BC5 drip tray must be installed on sizes FCX 17, 22, 32, 42, 50 and 24, 34, 44, 54 with horizontal installation. The BC6 drip tray must be installed on sizes 62, 82, 102 e 64, 84 with horizontal installation. The BC8 drip tray must be installed on sizes FCX 17, 22, 32, 42, 50 and 24, 34, 44, 54 in version P - PE - PO - POE with horizontal installation. The BC9 drip tray must be installed on sizesFCX 62, 82, 102 and 64, 84 in version P - PE - PO - POE with horizontal installation. BV WATER HEATING COIL The single-row heating coil can be installed in four-tube fancoils above the standard coil.Coil operation is regulated by a control panel, that actuates a twin valve CHF VENTILCASSAFORMA A galvanised template that makes it possible to space to the house fan coils in the wall (FCX P). The template will make masonary work easy during the construction of a niche where the fan coils will be intalled. When work is finished the fan coil will be completely hidden from view. DSC C O N D E N S AT E D R A I NAG E DEVICE A pump drains condensate from the unit when natural runoff is not possible. Installed on the exterior of the unit GA INTAKE LOUVRE Fixed slat sheet metal louvre with stoved polyurethane powder paint finish. The sub-frame is supplied as standard GAF INTAKE LOUVRE WITH FRAME AND FILTER Fixed slat louvre with stoved polyurethane powder paint finish; rear side features frame for the filter. The subframe and filter are supplied as standard. GM DELIVERY LOUVRE Louvre with high-resistance enamel finish; comes with adjustable heatmoulded plastic slats for air diffusion. The subframe is supplied as standard. MA HIGH COVER CABINET Consisting of the cover cabinet, fixed louver and air filter for fan coil in vertical, floor-standing version. The FCX for ceiling installation with the MA cabinet assume the characteristics of the FCX-AS and can only be fitted with the accessories reserved for this model. BC8 and BC9 are not applicable to fan coils with cabinet case. MU UNIVERSAL COVER CABINET Consisting of the cover cabinet, tiltable (in sizes 17, 22, 32, 42 and 50) or fixed louver (in sizes 62, 82 and 102) and air filter for universal version fan coil (FCX - U). The FCX for ceiling installation with the MU cabinet assume the characteristics of the FCX-US and can only be fitted with the accessories reserved for this model. BC8 and BC9 are not applicable to fan coils with cabinet case.. PA INTAKE PLENUM In galvanized steel, complete with connections for circular section ducts of diameter 200 mm. There are two assembly positions for the plenum, for intake parallel to the fan coil or intake at 90. PA FRONT INTAKE PLENUM In galvanized steel, complete with connections for circular section ducts of diameter 200 mm. The plenum can be used with a front intake coupling parallel to the fan coil delivery or, in sizes PA 32 - 42 - 62 F, also with lateral intake. PC REAR COVER PANEL Conveniently covers exposed rear fancoil sections. The panel is required by current safety standards for units installed away from the room wall. PCR CONTROL PANEL COVER Galvanised sheet metal cover designed to protect unit controls and electrical terminals of ducted installations with electrical resistance. PM DELIVERY PLENUM Galvanised sheet metal plenum, externally insulated, complete with plastic delivery unions for circular section ducting. RD STRAIGHT CONNECTION FOR AIR DELIVERY Galvanised sheet metal used to convey air in case of installation of vertical or horizontal recessed fan coil. RDA STRAIGHT CONNECTION FOR AIR INTAKE Galvanised sheet metal used to convey intake air in case of installation of vertical or horizontal recessed fan coil. RP CONNECTION AT 90 FOR AIR DELIVERY Galvanised sheet metal used to convey air in case of installation of vertical or horizontal recessed fan coil. RPA CONNECTION AT 90 FOR AIR INTAKE Galvanised sheet metal used to convey intake air in case of installation of vertical or horizontal recessed fan coil. RX ELECTRIC RESISTANCE Armoured electric resistance, complete with safet thermostat. It is available as an accessory for all versions. SE FRESH AIR DAMPER Foreseen for versions A, AS, ACB, ACT, APC, P, PPC, PO and PE with skirting and allows the changing of air in the room. It is mounted at the base of the fan coil, between the skirting. The manual control is loacted on the right skirting. SIT 3 Each fan coil has a SIT3 card that becomes Slave and can be controlled by a central control panel with electromechanic selector or with SIT5. Up to 10 fan coils can be applied with SIT 3 and one central control unit. The electronic control panels and those equipped with valve controls must be interfaced with a SIT 5. The electronic control panels with speed control only can be connected directlt to the SIT 3 without interface SIT 5. SIT 5 The SIT 5 accessory, interface master card Master, is connected to electronic control panels or electromechanic control panels with valave controls and /or electric resistances. The SIT 5 interface card connected (up to 10) are all equipped with interface Slave SIT3. SW3 MINIMUM WATER TEMPERATURE PROBE The SW3 accessory is a probe for detecting the water temperature of the heating coil to prevent functioning when the temperature is less than 39C. The SW3 probes are powered by a 230V single phase voltage. The probes are equipped with cables 2500mm long. VCF 3 WAY VALVE KIT The SW3 probe must be combined to this accessory. Kit complete with copper connections and 3 way valves all or nothing type, to be powered by a 230 V ~ 50Hz voltage supply. They are available for fan coils : - with 3 row coil 4 (VCF41, VCF42, VCF43), - with 4 row coil(VCF42, VCF43), - with 1 row additional coil (BV) (VCF44, VCF45). * Attention: The VCF valve and the drip tray BC4 can be installed at the same time as the fan coil. ZX5 - ZX6 SKIRTING FOR HIGH CABINET In plastic, mounted at the base of the cabinet when the appliance is placed on the floor. ZX7 - ZX8 SKIRTING FOR WALL VERSION In galvanised steel, mounted at the base of the cabinet when the appliance is placed on the floor and recessed into the wall.

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CONTROL PANEL
F M T 1 0 C O N T R O L PA N E L W I T H ELECTRONIC THERMOSTAT FOR WALL RECESSING Electronic thermostat for fan coils installed on plants with 4 pipes, 2 pipes and 2 pipes with resistance, with the possibility of connecting 2 On - Off valves for the interception of coil feeding water. Simplified controls with only 2 selector switches for temperature control and fan control (3 speed). External air probe (cable length 6 metres, supplied with the probe-holder) to be positioned inside the fan coil. Recess installation (module 503). For further information refer to the accessory instructions. F M T 2 0 C O N T R O L PA N E L W I T H ELECTRONIC THERMOSTAT AND LCD FOR WALL RECESSING Electronic thermostat with LCD for fan coils installed on plants with 4 pipes, 2 pipes and 2 pipes with resistance with the possibility of connecting 2 On - Off valves for the interception of coil feeding water. Air temperature probe inside panel. Recess installation (module 503). KTL M REMOTE CONTROL KIT WITH THERMOSTAT Kit with adjustment thermostat made up from an I.R. remote control, an I.R receiver, a circuit board with air temperature probe, the connection cable, brackets and fixing equipment. KTLM can be applied to a fan coil installed in a plant with 2 pipes with or without water valve or with 4 pipes with water valve. For fan coils with cabinet in the FCX series. For further information refer to the accessory instructions. KTL P REMOTE CONTROL KIT WITH THERMOSTAT Kit with adjustment thermostat made up from an I.R. remote control, an I.R receiver, a circuit board with air temperature probe, the connection cable, brackets and fixing equipment. can be applied to a fan coil installed in a plant with 2 pipes with or without water valve or with 4 pipes with water valve. For fan coils with cabinet in the FCX series. For further information refer to the accessory instructions. P C T 2 C O N T R O L PA N E L W I T H THERMOSTAT Control panel with electro-mechanical thermostat for plants with 2 pipes with ventilation thermostating. PTI MULTI-FUNCTION CONTROL PANEL WITH THERMOSTAT Electronic control panel for plants with two pipes, with electronic multi-function thermostat; it has the same functions as the electronic multi-function thermostat installed in the ACT version. Installation on board and on wall. For further information refer to the accessory instructions. PX2 CONTROL PANEL WITH SWITCHOVER Control panel for the manual control of fan speed, made up of an on/off switchover with 3 positions for the selection of fan speed. Installation on board and on wall. For further information refer to the accessory instructions. P X A E C O N T R O L PA N E L W I T H E L E C T R O N I C M U LT I - F U N C T I O N THERMOSTAT Eltronic multi-function room thermostat in plants with two or four pipes. Simplified controls with only two selector switched for control of the temperature and ventilation, 3 speed + automatic speed, on-off and automatic summer/ winter switch-over, depending on the temperature of the water. The SW minimum water temperature probe is available as an accessory, which prevents functioning in central heating mode with water temperature below 35C. Wall installation. For further information refer to the accessory instructions. P X A I C O N T R O L PA N E L W I T H E L E C T R O N I C M U LT I - F U N C T I O N THERMOSTAT Electronic multi-function room thermostat for fan coils in plants with two or four pipes. Simplified controls with only two selector switched for control of the temperature and ventilation, 3 speed + automatic speed, on-off and automatic summer/winter switch-over, depending on the temperature of the water. Complete with minimum water temperature probe, which prevents functioning in central heating mode with water temperature below 35C. Installation on board. For further information refer to the accessory instructions. P X A R C O N T R O L PA N E L W I T H E L E C T R O N I C M U LT I - F U N C T I O N THERMOSTAT Electronic multi-function room thermostat for fan coils in plants with two pipes and electric resistance. Simplified controls with only two selector switched for control of the temperature and ventilation, 3 speed + automatic speed, on-off, activation of the electric resistance when desired and automatic summer/winter switch-over, depending on the temperature of the water. Complete with minimum water temperature probe, which prevents functioning in central heating mode with water temperature below 35C. By means of appropriate configuration of the board dip-it can also be used in plants without electric resistance, with two or four pipes. For installation on the machine or wall installation. For further information refer to the accessory instructions. PXBI ELECTRONIC CONTROL PANEL Control panel with electronic room thermostat with simplified functions. It has the same functions as the Thermostat installed on the ACB version. The room temperature probe is positioned inside the thermostat. The thermostat cannot be coupled with a water temperature probe. Installation on board. For further information refer to the accessory instructions. PXLM MULTIFUNCTION CONTROL PANEL Kit for motorization of the fins and control with a control panel. Consists of a control panel with electronic thermostat, a motor to be fitted to the delivery fins, a feed card and probes for detecting water and air temperature. The PXLM controls the operation of a fan coil inserted in a two-pipe hydraulic plant. The control parameters of the electronic panel may be programmed even after installation, simply be pressing the two buttons. Ideally the panel is for wall installation, but can also be fitted on board the unit provided that the ambient probe used is external to the fan coil (excluding that inside the panel) and that suitable corrections are made to the probe calibration. For further information, see the instructions coming with the accessory. WMT05 CONTROL PANEL WITH THERMOSTAT Electronic thermostat for fan coils installed in plants with 2 pipes. The panel is protected electrically by an internal fuse. Wall installation. For further information refer to the accessory instructions. WMT10 CONTROL PANEL WITH THERMOSTAT Electro-mechanical thermostat for fan coils installed in plants with 4 pipes, 2 pipes and 2 pipes with resistance, with the possibility to connect two On - Off valves for the interception of coil feeding water. The panel is protected electrically by an internal fuse. Continuous or thermostated ventilation. Wall installation.

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Consult the table of compatibility for the selection.

Accessory
Size 17 AMP 4 5 BC 6 8 (*) 9 (*) 117 (**) 122 (**) BV 132 (**) 142 (**) 162 (**) 17 22 CHF 32 42 62 DSC 4 17 22 GA 32 42 62 17 22 GAF 32 42 62 17 22 GM 32 42 62 17 (*) 22 (*) MA 32 (*) 42 (*) 62 (*) 17 (*) 22 (*) MU 32 (*) 42 (*) 62 (*) 17 22 PA 32 42 62 17 22 PA F 32 42 62 17 18 22 23 PC 32 33 42 43 62 PCR 1 2 17 22 PM 32 42 62

Fan Coil FCX


Version

22 - 24

32 - 34

42 - 44

50 - 54

62 - 64

82 - 84

102
P-PPC-PO-PE-U-UE all P-PPC-PO-PE-U-UE P-PPC-PO-PE-U-UE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE A-AS-ACT-ACB-P-U A-AS-ACT-ACB-P-PO-U A-AS-ACT-ACB-P-PO-U A-AS-ACT-ACB-P-PO-U A-AS-ACT-ACB-P-PO-U P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE all P-PPC-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE A-AS-ACT-ACB-APC U A-AS-ACT-ACB-APC U-UE A-AS-ACT-ACB-APC U-UE A-AS-ACT-ACB-APC U-UE A-AS-ACT-ACB-APC-U-UE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE

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Accessory
Size 17 22 RD 32 42 62 17 22 RDA 32 42 62 17 22 RP 32 42 62 17 22 RPA 32 42 62 17 (**) 22 (**) 32 (**) RX 42 (**) 52 (**) 62 (**) 15X (***) 20X (***) SE 30X (***) 40X (***) 80X (***) SIT3 SIT5 SW3 41 (****) 42 (****) VCF 43 (****) 44 (****) 45 (****) 5 ZX 6 7 8

FCX Fan coil


Version 62 - 64 82 - 84 102
P-PPC-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE A-AS-P-PPC-U A-AS-P-PO-PE-U-UE A-AS-P-PO-PE-U-UE A-AS-P-PO-PE-U-UE A-AS-P-PO-PE-U-UE A-AS-P-PO-PE-U-UE A-AS-ACT-ACB-P A-AS-ACT-ACB-P-PO-PE A-AS-ACT-ACB-P-PO-PE A-AS-ACT-ACB-P-PO-PE A-AS-ACT-ACB-P-PO-PE AS-P-PO-U AS-P-PO-U AS-P-PO-U A-AS-ACT-ACB-P-PPC-PO-U A-AS-ACT-ACB-P-PPC-PO-U A-AS-ACT-ACB-P-PPC-PO-U A-AS-P-PPC-PO-U A-AS-P-PPC-PO-U A-AS-ACT-ACB A-AS-ACT-ACB P-PPC-PO-PE P-PPC-PO-PE

17

22 - 24

32 - 34

42 - 44

50 - 54

The 4-row models are only available in the P and PO versions (*) BC8 and BC9 are not applicable to fan coils with cover cabinets.(**) For the 4-row model, accessories RX and BV are not available.. (***) SE accessories are matched with ZX feet

(****) The 4-row models may only be used in combination with valves
VCF42 (FCX 24-34-44-54) e VCF43 (FCX 64-84).

COMBINATION OF PANELS/ FAN COILS Mod. IN OUT FCX - AS


FMT10 FMT20 KTLM KTLP PCT2 PTI PX2 PXAE PXAI PXAR PXBI PXLM WMT05 WMT10

FCX 17-50 U

FCX 62-102 U

FCX - P

FCX - PO

IN = control panel installed on machine

OUT = wall-mounted control panel

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AMP SUPPORTS FOR WALL/CEILING MOUNTING VERSION

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BC4 DRIP TRAY

BC5-6 DRIP TRAY

VCF valve and BC4 drip tray can not be contemporary installed on the same fan coil.
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DIMENSIONS [mm] Mod. FCX 2250 A [mm] 109

FCX 6282 126

DIMENSIONS [mm] Mod. BC 5 A [mm] 375 B [mm] 69

BC 6 476 72

BC8-9 DRIP TRAY FOR HORIZONTALLY INSTALLATION

DIMENSIONS [mm] Mod. BC 8 A [mm] 420 B [mm] 146 C [mm] 25


B

BC 9 524 146 25

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BV 1-ROW HEATING COIL FCX 17 50
OUT OUT

FCX 62 102

OUT OUT

96
IN

96
IN

IN e 1

408

323

167 mm

153

378

194

519

e 17,5

194

49

65 mm
For FCX - U versions do not consider the foot - For all model the hydraulic attack are the following: 1/2 (female)

CHF VENTILCASSAFORMA

DSC CONDENSATE DISCHARGE DEVICE

FC

X
DS C4

108

88

170

DS

C4

FC

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IN

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GA AIR SUCTION GRILL GAF AIR SUCTION GRILL

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DIMENSIONS [mm] Mod. A B C D E GA 17 396 214 440 258 390 GA 22 506 214 550 258 500 GA 32 737 214 781 258 731 GA 42 957 214 1001 258 951 GA 62 1078 244 1122 288 1072

F 208 208 208 208 238

DIMENSIONS [mm] Mod. A B GAF 17 451 270 GAF 22 561 270 GAF 32 792 270 GAF 42 1012 270 GAF 62 1133 300

C 495 605 836 1056 1177

D E F G 314 444 262 390 314 554 262 500 314 785 262 731 314 1005 262 951 344 1126 292 1072

H 208 208 208 208 238

GM AIR DELIVERY GRILL

DIMENSIONS [mm]
60

6 48

Mod. GM 17 GM 22 GM 32 GM 42 GM 62

A 347 457 688 908 1029

B C 134 392 134 502 134 733 134 953 134 1074

D E 178 342 178 452 178 683 178 903 178 1024

F 128 128 128 128 128

PCR RESISTANCE COVER PANEL


B C

DIMENSIONS [mm] Mod. PCR 1 A [mm] 340 B [mm] 170 C [mm] 93

PC42 445 170 93

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MA HIGH COVER CABINET
B 22

Mod. A [mm] B [mm]

MA 17 458 640

MA 22 458 750

MA 32 458 980

MA 42 458 1200

MA 62 563 1320

BC8 and BC9 are not compatible with MA accessories

MU UNIVERSAL COVER CABINET


C

MU 17 - 22 - 32 - 42 - 50 Mod. A [mm] B [mm] MU 17 520 640 MU 22 520 750 MU 32 520 980 MU 42 520 1200

MU 62 - 82 - 102 MU 62 590 1320

BC8 and BC9 are not compatible with MU accessories

PC REAR CLOSING PANEL

DIMENSIONS [mm] Mod. PC 22 PC 32 A [mm] 740 971 B [mm] 437 437

PC42 1191 437

PC62 1312 542

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PA INTAKE PLENUM

200

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216

Mod. A [mm] No. of intake blocks

PA 17 390 1

PA 22 500 2

215

PA 32 731 2

PA 42 951 3

PA 62 1072 4

PA-F FRONT INTAKE PLENUM

245 L

A
245

200

A
200
8 40

40 1 4

216

B
14
8 216

Mod. L [mm] No. of intake blocks

PA 17 F 658 1 (A)

PA 22 F 768 1 (A)

PA 32 F 1039 2 (A+B*)

216

PA 42 F 1259 2 (A+B*)

PA 62 F 1381 2 (A+B)

B* = Closed intake mouth, to use it, remove the cut-out panel,in the plenum PA 42F used in combination with FCX 50/54 P - PO, the cut-out panel must be removed and the two intake mouths used.

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ACCESSORIES
PM DELIVERY PLENUM
C 200 180 150
42

DIMENSIONS [mm]
PM

140

A
210

Mod. PM 22 A [mm] 522 B [mm] 250 C [mm] 136 No. delivery outlet blocks 2

PM 32 753 370 191 2

PM 42 973 320 166 3

PM 62 1094 270 142 4

RDA STRAIGHT INTAKE CONNECTION

RPA 90 INTAKE CONNECTION

C
C

A B

DIMENSIONS [mm] Mod. A RDA 17 345 RDA 22 455 RDA 32 686 RDA 42 906 RDA 62 1027

B 180 180 180 180 180

C 60 60 60 60 60

D 389 499 730 950 1071

DIMENSIONS [mm] Mod. A RPA 17 345 RPA 22 455 RPA 32 686 RPA 42 906 RPA 62 1027

B 150 150 150 150 150

C 389 499 730 950 1071

D 132 132 132 132 132

E 226 226 226 226 226

RD STRAIGHT DELIVERED CONNECTION

RP 90 DELIVERED CONNECTION

B A

DIMENSIONS [mm] Mod. A RD 17 345 RD 22 455 RD 32 686 RD 42 906 RD 62 1027

B 132 132 132 132 132

C 60 60 60 60 60

D 412 522 753 973 1094

E 149 149 149 149 149

DIMENSIONS [mm] Mod. A RP 17 345 RP 22 455 RP 32 686 RP 42 906 RP 62 1027

B 156 156 156 156 156

C 412 522 753 973 1094

D 132 132 132 132 132

E 161 161 161 161 161

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ACCESSORIES
RX ELECTRIC HEATER SW3 MINIMUM WATER TEMPERATURE PROBE

English

2500 mm

Resistance heating power [W] RX 17 700 RX 22 950 RX 32 1300 RX 42 1650 RX 50 1950 RX 62 2200

Current absorbed by the electric resistance[A] RX 17 3,04 RX 22 4,13 RX 32 5,65 RX 42 7,17 RX 50 8,48 RX 62 9,57

SE FRESH AIR LOUVER

B 90 15 = A =

DIMENSIONS [mm] Mod. A B SE 15 X 436 65 SE 20 X 546 65 SE 30 X 777 65 SE 40 X 997 65 SE 80 X 1118 85

HANDLED FRESH AIR Mod. max Air flow med min.

[m3/h] [m3/h] [m3/h]

FCX 17 40 35 30

FCX 22 60 50 40

FCX 32 80 70 50

FCX 42 100 80 65

FCX 50 140 115 90

FCX 62 180 160 120

FCX 82 FCX 102 220 250 190 210 150 170

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ACCESSORIES
SIT3 - SIT5 INTERFACE CARDS
52

65

SIT 3 SIT 5

15

V1 V2 V3 OUTPUT

DIN

90

INPUT V3 V2 V1 N N PH L

SIT 3
Fan coil 1

SIT 3
Fan coil 1

SIT 5

SIT 3
Fan coil 2

SIT 3
Fan coil 2

SIT 3
Fan coil 3

SIT 3
Fan coil 3

SIT 3
Fan coil 4-10 Fan coils

SIT 3
Fan coil 4-10

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ACCESSORIES
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS: Power supply: Start-up input power: Operation input power: Water temperature range: Liquids Operation time: Maximum differential pressure: Maximum work pressure applied to fan coil: Environmental working condition temperature: relative humidity: without condensation Storaging environmental condition temperature: relative humidity: without condensation Actuator water protection degree: Actuator electrical protection degree: Classe II Flow direction in the valve (see fig.) with fed valve with not fed valve Valve attack [mm] Mod. A - AB - B Pressure drop Mod. Kvs AB-A Kvs AB-B (by-pass) VCF 41 3/4 VCF 41 2,5 1,6
2

230V (10%) ~ 50Hz 46VA 2,5W 4C 80C acqua (con glicole 50%) 2 min 4min 30kPa 800kPa 0C 40C 10% 90% -18C 60C 10% 90% IP44 acc.to EN 60529

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Flow direction

A B
VCF 45 1/2 VCF 45 1,7 1,2

A - AB B - AB VCF 43 3/4 VCF 43 2,5 1,6 VCF 44 1/2 VCF 44 1,7 1,2

VCF 42 3/4 VCF 42 2,5 1,6

AB

OUT IN

Dp =

( (
10 q Kvs

p [kPa] = Pressure drop 3 q [m /h] = Water flow rate

FAN COIL

VCF41 VCF42 for FCX, FCS, FHX VCF44 for BV


VCF 41 (3/4) VCF 42 (3/4)

VCF 44 (1/2)

3/4 31 1/2 100

166

FAN COIL

46

54

38

37 102 40

VCF43 for FCX, FCS, FHX VCF45 for BV

VCF 45 (1/2)

VCF 43 (3/4)

3/4 1/2 179 38 37 109 40

VCF valve and BC4 drip tray can not be contemporary installed on the same fan coil.

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50

155

ACCESSORIES
ZX 5-6 BASE SUPPORTS FOR HIGH CABINET

167 mm

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[mm] ZX 5 ZX 6

B 88 108

C 105 125

ZX 7-8 BASE SUPPORTS FOR HANGING VERSION

B A
[mm] ZX 7 ZX 8 A 20 20 B 88 108 C 199 199

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ACCESSORIES
CONTROL PANELS WITH THERMOSTAT
PXAE PXAR

English

PCT2

FMT20

FMT10
15
20 2
5
C 30

WARMER

COOLER START/ STOP

10

ON OFF

WMT05

WMT10

CONTROL PANEL WITH SPEED SELECTOR SWITCH


PX2

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INFORMATION FOR THE INSTALLATION


WARNING: check that the power supply is disconnected before performing operations on the unit. WARNING: before carrying out any interventions be prepared with suitable I.P.D. WARNING: The appliance must be installed in compliance with national system regulations. WARNING: wiring connections installation of the fancoil and relevant accessories should be performed by a technician who has the necessary technical and professional expertise to install, modify, extend and maintain plants and who is able to check the plants for the purposes of safety and correct operation. WARNING: Install a device, master switch or plug that allows to completely interrupt the appliances electric power supply. Here, find the indications essential for correct installation of the appliances. Leave processing of all operations to the experience of the installer, according to specific requirements. The fan coil must be installed in a position such that the air can be distributed throughout the entire room and there are no obstacles (curtains or objects) to the passage of the air from the intake grills. The fan coil must be installed in a position such to allow easy routine (cleaning the filter) and extraordinary maintenance, as well as access to the air vent valve on the side of the frame (connections side). The installation must not constitute a danger for persons.

UNIT INSTALLATION
The place of assembly must be selected in a way that the maximum and minimum room temperature limit is respected 045C (<85% U.R.). Follow the precautions given below when installing the unit: - In wall installation, maintain a minimum distance from the floor of 80 mm. In the case of floor installation using skirting, refer to the instructions supplied with the accessory. - For wall fixing, use expansion plugs (not supplied) - Make the hydraulic connections. The position and diameter of the hydraulic connections are stated in the dimensional data. It is advised to suitably insulate the water pipes or to install an auxiliary condensate collection basin, available as an accessory, in order to prevent dropping during functioning in cooling mode. The condensate drain network must be appropriately dimensioned and the piping positioned in a way to maintain an adequate slope along the route (min.1%). In case of draining into the sewer system, it is recommended to realise a siphon that prevents nasty smells from returning towards the rooms. - Apply any accessories. If the 3-way VCF valve is installed, the water probe SW must be replaced with accessory SW3, whose bulb will be applied on the delivery pipe upstream from the valve. The VCF valve and the basin BC4 cannot be installed at the same time on the same fan coil. Make the electric connections according to that stated in the wiring diagrams and in the Electric connections chapter. To modify the settings of the electronic thermostat act on the Dip-Switches positioned inside the panel (see installation manual). Re-mount the cover, without forgetting, that for models that have one, to connect the room probe that must project outwards by about 3mm from the probe-holder and must be wellfixed using the relevant probe-block. Re-position the air filter. Check the correct functioning of the fan and any accessories. Some models with electronic thermostat, by means of the Autotest procedure, allow to check correct functioning. The function is described in the manuals supplied with the unit. Electric connections The electric circuits are connected to the mains voltage of 230V ~ 50Hz; all connections and components must therefore be isolated for this voltage. FEATURES OF THE CONNECTION CABLES Use cable type H05V-K or N07V-K with 300/500 V insulation recessed in a pipe or channel. All cables must be recessed in a pipe or channel until they reach the fan coil. The cables exiting the pipe or channel must be positioned in a way as not to undergo stress from traction or twisting and, however, protected from external agents For all connections, follow the wiring diagrams supplied with the appliance and stated in this documentation. To protect the unit against short circuits, mount a magnet omnipolar switch 2A 250V (IG) on the power supply line with a minimum opening distance of the contacts of 3mm. Every control panel can control just one fan coil. WARNING: the probes have double insulation as they are exposed to a voltage of 230Vac.

167 mm

ZX
49 m m

65 mm

B A

B B A A

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DIMENSIONS [mm]
FCX - A - ACB - ACT - AS
B C

50

50
100

167 mm

English

A D

100

49

65 mm

Mod.
A B C D

FCX 17 FCX 22 FCX 32 FCX 42 FCX 50 FCX 62 FCX 82 FCX 102


563 640 220 105 13 563 750 220 105 15 563 980 220 105 20 563 1200 220 105 24 563 1200 220 105 24 688 1320 220 125 34 688 1320 220 125 34 688 1320 220 125 34

Peso * [kg]

* Fan coil weight without feet

FCX - U

Mod. 17 - 22 - 32 - 42 - 50

50

Mod. 62 - 82 - 102

50
100

Mod.
A B C

FCX 17 FCX 22 FCX 32 FCX 42 FCX 50 FCX 62 FCX 82 FCX 102


520 640 220 520 750 220 15 520 980 220 20 520 1200 220 24 520 1200 220 24 590 1320 220 34 590 1320 220 34 590 1320 220 34

Weight [kg] 13

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DIMENSIONS [mm]

FCX 17 - 22 - 32 - 42 - 50 24 - 34 - 44 - 54
A B 30 30

3R
216 41 101 49

3R+1R
216 60 45

9 x 20 25

96

197

388 e 17,5

50

50

FCX 62 - 82 - 102 64 - 84
A (FCX-P) 9 x 20 110 14 B 14

3R
216 41 107 32

3R+1R
216 60 39

96

248

253

141

350 e 17,5

FCX P - PO
Mod.
A B C

FCX 17
[mm] 452 [mm] 412 [mm] 330

FCX 22 FCX 24
562 522 440

FCX 32 FCX 34
793 753 671

FCX 42 FCX 44
1013 973 891

FCX 50 FCX 54
1013 973 891

FCX 62 FCX 64
1147 1122 1102

558

FCX 82 FCX 84
1147 1122 1102

FCX 102
1147 1122 1102

COIL CONNECTIONS

Mod.
3R 1R

FCX 17
1/2 1/2

FCX 22
1/2 1/2

FCX 32
1/2 1/2

FCX 42
3/4 1/2

FCX 50
3/4 1/2

FCX 62
3/4 1/2

FCX 82
3/4 1/2

FCX 102
3/4 1/2

Mod.
4R

FCX 24
3/4

FCX 34
3/4

FCX 44
3/4

FCX 54
3/4

FCX 64
3/4

FCX 84
3/4

55

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English

144

85 453 453

DIMENSIONS [mm]

Installation with AMP supports (accessories) FCX-U 17 - 22 - 32 - 42 - 50


48 258

FCX-U 62 - 82 -102
117 258

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FCX-P 17 - 22 - 32 - 42 - 50 24 - 34 - 44 - 54
36 258

FCX-U 62 - 82 -102 64 - 84
105 258

100 min.

100 min.

FCX A - U - P

A D C E 24x9 B

Mod. FCX 17 FCX 22 FCX 32 FCX 42 FCX 50 FCX 62 FCX 82 FCX 102 FCX 24 FCX 34 FCX 44 FCX 54 FCX 64 FCX 84
A B C D E F G 640 445 490 95,5 54,5 144,5 103,5 750 555 600 95,5 54,5 144,5 103,5 981 786 831 95,5 54,5 144,5 103,5 1201 1006 1051 95,5 54,5 144,5 103,5 1201 1006 1051 95,5 54,5 144,5 103,5 1322 1127 1172 95,5 54,5 144,5 103,5 1322 1127 1172 95,5 54,5 144,5 103,5 1322 1127 1172 95,5 54,5 144,5 103,5

In case of inversion hydraulic connections, invert D with E, F with G

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DIMENSIONS [mm]

3 AND 4- ROW COILS FCX 17 50 24 54


41
OUT

FCX 62 102 64 84
41

OUT

404

167 mm

260

194

526

e 17,5

e 17,5

153

273

194

49
88

m
108

65 mm
Mod. Coil connections (female) Mod. Coil connections (female) FCX 17
1/2

FCX 22
1/2

FCX 32
1/2

FCX 42
3/4

FCX 50
3/4

170

FCX 62
3/4

FCX 82
3/4

FCX 102
3/4

FCX 24
3/4

FCX 34
3/4

FCX 44
3/4

FCX 54
3/4

FCX 64
3/4

FCX 84
3/4

For FCX - U versions do not consider the foot

DIRECT EXPANSION COIL

DIMENSIONS [mm]

Mod.
A B 1 2

FCX 2250
400 408 9,52 12

FCX 62-102
522 530 9,52 16

Cooling connections on all FCX models fitted with direct expansion coil (FCX - UE, FCX - PE) are located on the right side of the unit; the control panel must therefore be positioned on the left side. The coil cannot be rotated on these models..

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IN

148

IN

SCHEMI ELETTRICI WIRING DIAGRAMS SCHEMAS ELECTRIQUES SCHALTPLNE ESQUEMAS ELCTRICOS


LEGENDA READING KEY LEGENDE LEGENDE LEYENDA
AL = Alimentatore 12V Power supply 12V Alimentation electrique 12V Spannung 12V Alimentador CE = Contatto esterno EX External contact Contact extrieur Externer Kontakt Contacto externo CN = Connettore Connector Connecteur Schtz Conector CRE= Contattore resistenza elettrica Electric heater contactor Contacteur rsistance elctrique El. Heizregister-Schutz Contactor de la resistencia elctrica F = Fusibile Fuse Fusible Sicherung Fusible MV = Motore ventilatore Fan motor Moteur ventilateur Ventilatormotor Motor del ventilador PE = Collegamento a terra GND Earth connection Mise terre Erdanschluss Toma de tierra RE = Resistenza elettrica Electric heater RX = Rsistance lectrique Elt. Heizregister Resistencia elctrica SA = Sonda ambiente Room sensor Sonde ambiante Raumtemperaturfuhler Sonda ambiente SC = Scheda di controllo Electronic control board Platine de contrle Steuerschaltkreis Tarjeta electrnica de control SW = Sonda minima temperatura acqua Water low temperature sensor Sonde minimum temp. eau Wasserfhler Sonda temperatura mnima del agua TR = Trasformatore Transformer Transformateur Transformator Transformador TSR = Termostato a riarmo automatico Automatic resetting thermostat Thermostat rarmement automatique Thermostat automatischer Entriegelung Termostato de rearme automtico TSRM= Termostato a riarmo manuale Manual resetting thermostat Thermostat rarmement manuel Thermostat manueller Entriegelung Termostato de rearme manual VCF=Valvola solenoide Solenoid valve Vanne solenoide Magnetventil Vlvula solenoide VC = Valvola solenoide caldo Solenoid valve hot Vanne magntique chaud Magnetventil Heizbetrieb Vlvula solenoide para calor VF = Valvola solenoide freddo Solenoid valve cold Vanne magntique froid Magnetventil Khlbetrieb Vlvula solenoide para fro = Componenti non forniti Components not supplied Composants non fournis Nicht lieferbare Teile Componentes no suministrados = Componenti forniti optional Optional components Composants en option Optionsteile Componentes opcionales = Collegamenti da eseguire in loco On-site wiring Raccordements effectuer in situ Vor Ort auszufhrende Anschlsse Cableado in situ

English

IG = Interruttore generale Main switch Interupteur gnral Hauptschalter Interruptor general M = Morsettiera Terminal board Boitier Klemmleiste Placa de bornes ML = Motore aletta Louvre motor Moteur deecteur Motor- Umlenkklappe Lamas motorizadas MS = Microinterruttore griglia (Solo per i modelli che ne sono provvisti) Louvre microswitch (Only for the appropriate models) Micro-interrupteur grille (Uniquement pour les modles qui en sont fournis) Mikroschalter Gitter (Nur bei Modellen, die damit ausgestattet sind) Microinterruptor de la rejilla de impulsin (Slo para los modelos que lo incluyen)

AR = Arancio Orange Orange Orange Naranja BI = Bianco White Blanc Weiss Blanco BL = Blu Blue Bleu Blau Azul GR = Grigio Grey Gris Gray Gris MA = Marrone Brown Marron Braun Marrn NE = Nero Black Noir Schwarz Negro RO = Rosso Red Rouge Rot Rojo VE = Verde Green Vert Grn Verde VI = Viola Violet Violet Violet Violeta

SCHEMA DI COLLEGAMENTO MOTORE FCX - PO FCX - PO MOTOR CONNECTION DIAGRAM SCHEMA DE RACCORDEMENT MOTEUR FCX - PO ANSCHLUSSPLAN MOTOR FCX - PO ESQUEMA DE CONEXIONADO ELCTRICO DEL MOTOR FCX - PO
MED. VEL. - MA MAX. VEL. - NE MIN. VEL. - RO

COMUNE - BL

L 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
VE BL GI RO GR NE AR BI BL

MA

Le velocit disponibili sono numerate da 1 a 7 in ordine decrescente di velocit Available speeds are numbered from 1 to 7 following a speed decreasing order Les vitesses disponibles sont numerates de 1 7 en ordre de vitesse dcroissante Die verfgbaren Drehzahlen sind von 1 zu 7 mit abnehmender Drehzahlstufe numeriert Las velocidades disponibles se numeran, en orden decreciente, de 1 a 7.
Gli schemi elettrici sono soggetti ad un continuo aggiornamento, obbligatorio quindi fare riferimento a quelli a bordo macchina. All wiring diagrams are constantly updated. Please refer to the ones supplied with the unit. Nos schmas lectriques tant constamment mis jour, il faut absolument se rfrer ceux fournis bord de nos appareils. Die Schaltplne werden stndig aktualisiert, deswegen muss man sich stets auf das mit dem Gert gelieferte Schaltschema beziehen. El cableado de las mquinas es sometido a actualizaciones constantes. Por favor, para cada unidad hagan referencia a los esquemas suministrados con la misma.

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SCHEMI ELETTRICI WIRING DIAGRAMS SCHEMAS ELECTRIQUES SCHALTPLNE ESQUEMAS ELCTRICOS

FCX - APC

T C

SC
V1 V2 V3 Y1 Y2 L PE N SW AR AR

GR ROS

SA

ON/VEL

BI

GR

BL

NE

MA

RO

SA

6
5

7
1 1

8
2 2

9
3 3

10
4 4 6 6

BL NE MA RO

SW

10k
Y N

MAX

MED

VCF
BL NE BL
N

ROS

BL NE MA RO
1 M

1 3 5 6 7

MV

MIN

PE
N L

C L U S T E R

IG

FCX - ACT

SC
V1 V2 V3 Y1

L PE N

SA

SW

GR BI AR AR

BL

NE

MA

RO

PE
3 4 5 6 5 7 1 1
BL

M
1 2 8
MAX

9 10
MED

SA SW VC/F
Sez. 1,5 mm2

2 2

3 3

MIN

4 4

6 6

NE MA RO

MV ~1
N

IG 2A L

230V ~ 50Hz

Gli schemi elettrici sono soggetti ad un continuo aggiornamento, obbligatorio quindi fare riferimento a quelli a bordo macchina. All wiring diagrams are constantly updated. Please refer to the ones supplied with the unit. Nos schmas lectriques tant constamment mis jour, il faut absolument se rfrer ceux fournis bord de nos appareils. Die Schaltplne werden stndig aktualisiert, deswegen muss man sich stets auf das mit dem Gert gelieferte Schaltschema beziehen. El cableado de las mquinas es sometido a actualizaciones constantes. Por favor, para cada unidad hagan referencia a los esquemas suministrados con la misma.

230V ~ 50Hz

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SCHEMI ELETTRICI WIRING DIAGRAMS SCHEMAS ELECTRIQUES SCHALTPLNE ESQUEMAS ELCTRICOS

FCX - A

SC

1 2 3 4 5 6

English

M 1 FCX

7
BL

8
NE

9
MA

10
RO

5 5

1 1
BL

2 2
MAX
NE

3 3
MED
MA

4 4
MIN
RO

6 6

M MV

Sez. 1,5 mm2

PE N L IG 230V ~ 50Hz

FCX - ACB
SC
N N PE L Y1 V3 V2 V1

M1 INT JP1

M2

DL1

EXT

PT1

SA

7
BL

8
NE

9
MA

10
RO

SA
6 6

5 5

1 1
BL

2 2
MAX
NE

3 3
MED
MA

4 4
MIN
RO

VCF
Sez. 1,5 mm2

M MV

PE N L IG 230V ~ 50Hz

Gli schemi elettrici sono soggetti ad un continuo aggiornamento, obbligatorio quindi fare riferimento a quelli a bordo macchina. All wiring diagrams are constantly updated. Please refer to the ones supplied with the unit. Nos schmas lectriques tant constamment mis jour, il faut absolument se rfrer ceux fournis bord de nos appareils. Die Schaltplne werden stndig aktualisiert, deswegen muss man sich stets auf das mit dem Gert gelieferte Schaltschema beziehen. El cableado de las mquinas es sometido a actualizaciones constantes. Por favor, para cada unidad hagan referencia a los esquemas suministrados con la misma.

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FCX - AS FCX - P FCX - U


(solo 62 - 82 - 102) Universale senza comandi (62 - 82 - 102 only) Universal, without controls (seulement 62 - 82 - 102) Universel sans commandes (nur 62 - 82 - 102) Universalgert ohne Steuerungen (slo 62 - 82 - 102) Universal sin panel de mandos

FCX - U
(escluso 62 - 82 - 102) Universale senza comandi (except 62 - 82 - 102) Universal, without controls (esclus 62 - 82 - 102) Universel sans commandes (ohne 62 - 82 - 102) Universalgert ohne Steuerungen (excluidos 62 - 82 - 102) Universal sin panel de mandos

MS
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
BL

M FCX

8
NE

9
MA

10
RO

M 1 FCX
6 6

7
BL

8
NE

9
MA

10
RO

5 5

1 1
BL

2 2
MAX
NE

3 3
MED
MA

4 4
MIN
RO

5 5

1 1
BL

2 2
MAX
NE

3 3
MED
MA

4 4
MIN
RO

6 6

Sez. 1,5 mm2

M MV

Sez. 1,5 mm2

M MV

IG PE L N 230V ~ 50Hz

IG L N PE 230V ~ 50Hz

FCX U*
PXLM
2 tubi pannello PXLM a muro 2 tubes PXLM wall-mounted panel 2 tuyaux panneau PXLM inst. murale 2 Rhren Platte PXLM an Wand 2 tubos panel PXLM mural
NE BI BL

V1 V2 V3 L N 1 2 3 4 5

M2

M1

GI

CN1

RO

EX

AL
M2 12Vdc GND GR M1 230 0 BL

EX EX M3 12V GND SA SA SW SW

M4

SA

M FCX

7
BL

8
NE

9
MA

10
RO

SW

* termostato elettronico ed alette motorizzate


6 6

5 5

1 1
BL

2 2
MAX
NE

3 3
MED
MA

4 4
MIN
RO

con FCX - U (escluso 62 - 82 - 102)

* electronic thermostat and motorized fins


with FCX - U (62 - 82 - 102 excluded)

Sez. 1,5 mm2

M MV

* thermostat lectronique et ailettes motorisees


avec FCX - U (esclus 62 - 82 - 102)
12345

IG PE L N 230V ~ 50Hz

* elektronischer Thermostat mit Motorbetriebenen Lamellen


mit FCX - U (ohne 62 - 82 - 102)

ML

* termostato electrnico y lamas motorizadas


con FCX - U (excluidos 62 - 82 - 102)

Gli schemi elettrici sono soggetti ad un continuo aggiornamento, obbligatorio quindi fare riferimento a quelli a bordo macchina. All wiring diagrams are constantly updated. Please refer to the ones supplied with the unit. Nos schmas lectriques tant constamment mis jour, il faut absolument se rfrer ceux fournis bord de nos appareils. Die Schaltplne werden stndig aktualisiert, deswegen muss man sich stets auf das mit dem Gert gelieferte Schaltschema beziehen. El cableado de las mquinas es sometido a actualizaciones constantes. Por favor, para cada unidad hagan referencia a los esquemas suministrados con la misma.

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FCX
PX2
commutatore a distanza remote switch commutateur distance Fernumschalter conmutador remoto
PX2

FCX
PXBI + VCF
2 tubi pannello PXBI a bordo macchina 2 tubes PXBI panel on board machine 2 tuyaux panneau PXBI sur l'appareil 2 Rhren Platte PXBI am Gert 2 tubos panel PXBI en el equipo
PXBI
N N PE L Y1 V3 V2 V1

English

MS*

MS*

1 2 3 4 5 6

MS*
MS*
M1

M2

DL1 EXT

INT JP1

M 1 FCX

7
BL

8
NE

9
MA

10
RO

M 1 FCX

7
BL

8
NE

9
MA

10
RO

SA
6 6

1 1
BL

2 2
MAX
NE

3 3
MED
MA

4 4
MIN
RO

5 5

1 1
BL

2 2
MAX
NE

3 3
MED
MA

4 4
MIN
RO

6 6

M
VCF
Sez. 1,5 mm2

M MV

M MV

PE N L IG 230V ~ 50Hz

Sez. 1,5 mm2

PE N L IG 230V ~ 50Hz

FCX

PTI + VCF
2 tubi pannello PTI a bordo macchina 2 tubes PTI panel on board machine 2 tuyaux panneau PTI sur l'appareil 2 Rhren Platte PTI am Gert 2 tubos panel PTI en el equipo

MS*

PTI
V1 V2 V3 Y1

L PE N

SA

MS*
SW
GR AR AR BI BL NE MA RO

M FCX

7
BL

8
NE

9
MA

10
RO

SA SW VCF
Sez. 1,5 mm2
5 5 1 1
BL

2 2
MAX
NE

3 3
MED
MA

4 4
MIN
RO

6 6

M MV

IG 2A PE L N 230V ~ 50Hz
Gli schemi elettrici sono soggetti ad un continuo aggiornamento, obbligatorio quindi fare riferimento a quelli a bordo macchina. All wiring diagrams are constantly updated. Please refer to the ones supplied with the unit. Nos schmas lectriques tant constamment mis jour, il faut absolument se rfrer ceux fournis bord de nos appareils. Die Schaltplne werden stndig aktualisiert, deswegen muss man sich stets auf das mit dem Gert gelieferte Schaltschema beziehen. El cableado de las mquinas es sometido a actualizaciones constantes. Por favor, para cada unidad hagan referencia a los esquemas suministrados con la misma.

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FCX

PXAE + VC + VF
4 tubi pannello PXAE a muro 4 tubes PXAE wall-mounted panel 4 tuyaux panneau PXAE inst. murale 4 Rhren Platte PXAE an Wand 4 tubos panel PXAE mural
MAX 15m

PXAE
M1

N L V1 V2 V3 Y1 Y2 CE CE MS MS

MS* MAX 100m

M FCX

7
BL

8
NE

9
MA

10
RO

SW

VF

5 5

1 1
BL

2 2
MAX
NE

3 3
MED
MA

4 4
MIN
RO

6 6

EXT

SW SW
JP1

MAX 15m

SA (INT)

INT

VC
Sez. 1,5 mm2

M MV

PE N L IG 230V ~ 50Hz

FCX

PXAE + VCF
2 tubi pannello PXAE a muro 2 tubes PXAE wall-mounted panel 2 tuyaux panneau PXAE inst. murale 2 Rhren Platte PXAE an Wand 2 tubos panel PXAE mural PXAE
M1

MAX 15m

N L V1 V2 V3 Y1 Y2 CE CE MS MS

CE
MAX 100m

MS*

M 1 FCX

7
BL

8
NE

9
MA

10
RO

SW
5 5 1 1
BL

2 2
MAX
NE

3 3
MED
MA

4 4
MIN
RO

6 6

EXT

SW SW
JP1

MAX 15

SA (INT)

INT

VCF
Sez. 1,5 mm2

M MV

PE N L IG

230V ~ 50Hz

Gli schemi elettrici sono soggetti ad un continuo aggiornamento, obbligatorio quindi fare riferimento a quelli a bordo macchina. All wiring diagrams are constantly updated. Please refer to the ones supplied with the unit. Nos schmas lectriques tant constamment mis jour, il faut absolument se rfrer ceux fournis bord de nos appareils. Die Schaltplne werden stndig aktualisiert, deswegen muss man sich stets auf das mit dem Gert gelieferte Schaltschema beziehen. El cableado de las mquinas es sometido a actualizaciones constantes. Por favor, para cada unidad hagan referencia a los esquemas suministrados con la misma.

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English

CE

SCHEMI ELETTRICI WIRING DIAGRAMS SCHEMAS ELECTRIQUES SCHALTPLNE ESQUEMAS ELCTRICOS

FCX

PXAI + VC + VF
4 tubi pannello PXAI a bordo macchina 4 tube PXAI panel on board machine 4 tuyaux panneau PXAI sur l'appareil 4 Rhren Platte PXAI am Gert 4 tubos panel PXAI en el equipo PXAI
M1

N L V1 V2 V3 Y1 Y2 CE CE MS MS

English

CE
MS*

M FCX

7
BL

8
NE

9
MA

10
RO

SA SW
6 6

VF

5 5

1 1
BL

2 2
MAX
NE

3 3
MED
MA

4 4
MIN
RO

SW SW

SA (INT)

VC
2

M MV

PE N L IG 230V ~ 50Hz

Sez. 1,5 mm

FCX

PXAI + VCF
4 tubi pannello PXAI a bordo macchina 4 tube PXAI panel on board machine 4 tuyaux panneau PXAI sur l'appareil 4 Rhren Platte PXAI am Gert 4 tubos panel PXAI en el equipo PXAI
M1

N L V1 V2 V3 Y1 Y2 CE CE MS MS

CE MS*
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
BL

M FCX

8
NE

9
MA

10
RO

SA SW
6 6

5 5

1 1
BL

2 2
MAX
NE

3 3
MED
MA

4 4
MIN
RO

SA SA SW SW

SA (INT)

VCF
Sez. 1,5 mm2

M MV

PE N L IG 230V ~ 50Hz

Gli schemi elettrici sono soggetti ad un continuo aggiornamento, obbligatorio quindi fare riferimento a quelli a bordo macchina. All wiring diagrams are constantly updated. Please refer to the ones supplied with the unit. Nos schmas lectriques tant constamment mis jour, il faut absolument se rfrer ceux fournis bord de nos appareils. Die Schaltplne werden stndig aktualisiert, deswegen muss man sich stets auf das mit dem Gert gelieferte Schaltschema beziehen. El cableado de las mquinas es sometido a actualizaciones constantes. Por favor, para cada unidad hagan referencia a los esquemas suministrados con la misma.

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SCHEMI ELETTRICI WIRING DIAGRAMS SCHEMAS ELECTRIQUES SCHALTPLNE ESQUEMAS ELCTRICOS

FCX

PXAR + VF + RX
2 tubi pannello PXAR a muro 2 tubes PXAR wall-mounted panel 2 tuyaux panneau PXAR inst. murale 2 Rhren Platte PXAR an Wand 2 tubos panel PXAR mural
MAX 15m

PXAR
M1

N L V1 V2 V3 Y1 Y2 CE CE MS MS SA SA SW SW
JP1
INT

CE MS*

M FCX

7
BL

8
NE

9
MA

10
RO

SW
6 6

VF

5 5

1 1
BL

2 2
MAX
NE

3 3
MED
MA

4 4
MIN
RO

EXT

SA (INT)

RE TSR CRE TSRM RX

M MV

PE N L

SA (EXT) SW
230V ~ 50Hz

Sez. 1,5 mm2

IG

FCX

PXAR + VCF + RX
2 tubi pannello PXAR a bordo macchina 2 tube PXAR panel on board machine 2 tuyaux panneau PXAR sur l'appareil 2 Rhren Platte PXAR am Gert 2 tubos panel PXAR en el equipo PXAR
M1

N L V1 V2 V3 Y1 Y2 CE CE MS MS SA SA SW SW
JP1
INT

CE MS*

M FCX

7
BL

8
NE

9
MA

10
RO

SA SW
6 6

VF

5 5

1 1
BL

2 2
MAX
NE

3 3
MED
MA

4 4
MIN
RO

EXT

SA (INT)

RE TSR CRE TSRM RX

M MV

PE N L

SA (EXT) SW

Sez. 1,5 mm2

IG 230V ~ 50Hz

Gli schemi elettrici sono soggetti ad un continuo aggiornamento, obbligatorio quindi fare riferimento a quelli a bordo macchina. All wiring diagrams are constantly updated. Please refer to the ones supplied with the unit. Nos schmas lectriques tant constamment mis jour, il faut absolument se rfrer ceux fournis bord de nos appareils. Die Schaltplne werden stndig aktualisiert, deswegen muss man sich stets auf das mit dem Gert gelieferte Schaltschema beziehen. El cableado de las mquinas es sometido a actualizaciones constantes. Por favor, para cada unidad hagan referencia a los esquemas suministrados con la misma.

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English

SCHEMI ELETTRICI WIRING DIAGRAMS SCHEMAS ELECTRIQUES SCHALTPLNE ESQUEMAS ELCTRICOS

FCX

KTLM/KTLP + VCF
2 tubi 2 tube 2 tuyaux 2 Rhren 2 tubos
P

FCX

KTLM/KTLP + VC + VF
4 tubi 4 tube 4 tuyaux 4 Rhren 4 tubos
C O O L H E A T

OWE

C O O L

H E A T

UT

IR receiver

IR receiver

KTLM / KTLP
SC
L1

KTLM / KTLP
SC
L1

Room Sensor

Room Sensor

TR
SA

TR
SA

L2 - N GND HEAT

L2 - N GND HEAT COOL

F 10 A

F 10 A

English

COOL FAN LOW


Receiver

FAN LOW
Receiver

BI

VI GR BL NE MA RO

FAN MED FAN HIGH

BI

VI GR BL NE MA RO

FAN MED FAN HIGH

M FCX

10

BL

NE

MA

RO

M FCX
6 6

10

BL

NE

MA

RO

VCF IG 2A 230V ~ 50Hz

5 5

1 1

2 2

3 3

4 4

VC

1 1

2 2

3 3

4 4

6 6

M
IG 2A 230V ~ 50Hz

VF

MED MA

MAX

MAX

MED

MIN

L N PE

BL

NE

MA

RO

L N PE

BL

NE

MV

MV

FCX

WMT05
2 tubi 2 tube 2 tuyaux 2 Rhren 2 tubos

MS*
2 3 4

MS*

MIN RO

M 1 FCX

6
5 5

7
BL

8
NE

9
MA

10
RO

WMT05
6 6

1 1
BL

2 2
MAX
NE

3 3
MED
MA

4 4
MIN
RO

Sez. 1,5 mm2

M MV

1234N

PE

IG

230V ~ 50Hz

Gli schemi elettrici sono soggetti ad un continuo aggiornamento, obbligatorio quindi fare riferimento a quelli a bordo macchina. All wiring diagrams are constantly updated. Please refer to the ones supplied with the unit. Nos schmas lectriques tant constamment mis jour, il faut absolument se rfrer ceux fournis bord de nos appareils. Die Schaltplne werden stndig aktualisiert, deswegen muss man sich stets auf das mit dem Gert gelieferte Schaltschema beziehen. El cableado de las mquinas es sometido a actualizaciones constantes. Por favor, para cada unidad hagan referencia a los esquemas suministrados con la misma.

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SCHEMI ELETTRICI WIRING DIAGRAMS SCHEMAS ELECTRIQUES SCHALTPLNE ESQUEMAS ELCTRICOS

FCX
MS*
MS*

WMT10 + VCF
WMT10
2 tubi 2 tube 2 tuyaux 2 Rhren 2 tubos

M 1 FCX

6
5

7
BL

8
NE

9
MA

10
RO

Fan coil
6 6

1 1
BL

2 2
MAX
NE

3 3
MED
MA

4 4
MIN
RO

VCF

Sez. 1,5 mm

2 1

M MV

PE

IG

230V ~ 50Hz

FCX
MS*
M FCX

WMT10 + VF + VC
MS*
4 tubi 4 tube 4 tuyaux 4 Rhren 4 tubos

6
5

7
BL

8
NE

9
MA

10
RO

Fan coil
6 6

WMT10

1 1
BL

2 2
MAX
NE

3 3
MED
MA

4 4
MIN
RO

VF VC

Sez. 1,5 mm2

M MV

IG PE

230V ~ 50Hz

FCX
MS*
MS*

WMT10 + VF + RX
2 tubi 2 tube 2 tuyaux 2 Rhren 2 tubos

WMT10
M FCX
1 2 3 4 5 6
5

7
BL

8
NE

9
MA

10
RO

Fan coil
6 6

1 1
BL

2 2
MAX
NE

3 3
MED
MA

4 4
MIN
RO

VF
RO
C

BL RO
1 1 0
NE

RO

BL

M MV

NE

N
NE

RX

8
NE

6
NE

N L

TSRM

IG

Gli schemi elettrici sono soggetti ad un continuo aggiornamento, obbligatorio quindi fare riferimento a quelli a bordo macchina. All wiring diagrams are constantly updated. Please refer to the ones supplied with the unit. Nos schmas lectriques tant constamment mis jour, il faut absolument se rfrer ceux fournis bord de nos appareils. Die Schaltplne werden stndig aktualisiert, deswegen muss man sich stets auf das mit dem Gert gelieferte Schaltschema beziehen. El cableado de las mquinas es sometido a actualizaciones constantes. Por favor, para cada unidad hagan referencia a los esquemas suministrados con la misma.

230V ~ 50Hz

CRE

F 2A

Sez. 1,5 mm2

PE

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English
L1~ L2 - N COOL HEAT LOW MED HIGH

L1~

L2 - N

COOL

HEAT

LOW

MED

HIGH

N
L1~ L2 - N COOL HEAT LOW MED HIGH

SCHEMI ELETTRICI WIRING DIAGRAMS SCHEMAS ELECTRIQUES SCHALTPLNE ESQUEMAS ELCTRICOS

FCX
MS*
MS*
AIR
6 6

FMT10 + VCF
2 tubi 2 tube 2 tuyaux 2 Rhren 2 tubos

(6m)

FMT10

M 1 FCX

6
5

7
BL

8
NE

9
MA

10
RO

1 1
BL

2 2
MAX
NE

3 3
MED
MA

4 4
MIN
RO

VCF

EXT. SENSOR

L1~

L2 - N

COOL

HEAT

LOW

MED

HIGH

English

PE

IG

230V ~ 50Hz

MS*
MS*
(6m)

M FCX

6
5

7
BL

8
NE

9
MA

10
RO

AIR
6 6

1 1
BL

2 2
MAX
NE

3 3
MED
MA

4 4
MIN
RO

VF VC

IG PE

230V ~ 50Hz

MS*
MS*
(6m)

M FCX

6
5

7
BL

8
NE

9
MA

10
RO

AIR
6 6

1 1
BL

2 2
MAX
NE

3 3
MED
MA

4 4
MIN
RO

VF
RO
C

BL RO
1 1 0
NE

RO

BL

230V ~ 50Hz

CRE

F 2A
NE

Sez. 1,5 mm

PE
N L

N
NE

RX

8
NE

6
NE

TSRM

IG

Gli schemi elettrici sono soggetti ad un continuo aggiornamento, obbligatorio quindi fare riferimento a quelli a bordo macchina. All wiring diagrams are constantly updated. Please refer to the ones supplied with the unit. Nos schmas lectriques tant constamment mis jour, il faut absolument se rfrer ceux fournis bord de nos appareils. Die Schaltplne werden stndig aktualisiert, deswegen muss man sich stets auf das mit dem Gert gelieferte Schaltschema beziehen. El cableado de las mquinas es sometido a actualizaciones constantes. Por favor, para cada unidad hagan referencia a los esquemas suministrados con la misma.

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C650 FS - 1C - 1H

MV

C650 FS - 1C - 1H

Sez. 1,5 mm2

M MV
WARMER

C650 FS - 1C - 1H

Sez. 1,5 mm2

M MV
WARMER

OFF

ON

LOW MED HIGH


COOLER

FCX

FMT10 + VF + VC
4 tubi 4 tube 4 tuyaux 4 Rhren 4 tubos

FMT10

EXT. SENSOR

L1~

L2 - N

COOL

HEAT

LOW

LOW MED HIGH


COOLER

MED

OFF

HIGH
ON

FCX

FMT10 + VF + RX
2 tubi 2 tube 2 tuyaux 2 Rhren 2 tubos

FMT10

EXT. SENSOR

L1~

L2 - N

COOL

HEAT

LOW

LOW MED HIGH


COOLER

MED

OFF

HIGH
WARMER

ON

SCHEMI ELETTRICI WIRING DIAGRAMS SCHEMAS ELECTRIQUES SCHALTPLNE ESQUEMAS ELCTRICOS

FCX
MS*
MS*

FMT20 + VCF
2 tubi 2 tube 2 tuyaux 2 Rhren 2 tubos

FMT20
M 1 FCX
2 3 4 5 6
5

7
BL

8
NE

9
MA

10
RO
EXT. SENSOR

1 1
BL

2 2
MAX
NE

3 3
MED
MA

4 4
MIN
RO

6 6

VCF

L1~

L2 - 0

COOL

HEAT

LOW

MED

HIGH

N/C

PE

IG

230V ~ 50Hz

MS*
MS*

M FCX

6
5

7
BL

8
NE

9
MA

10
RO
EXT. SENSOR

1 1
BL

2 2
MAX
NE

3 3
MED
MA

4 4
MIN
RO

6 6

VF VC

IG PE

230V ~ 50Hz

MS*
MS*

M FCX

6
5

7
BL

8
NE

9
MA

10
RO
EXT. SENSOR

1 1
BL

2 2
MAX
NE

3 3
MED
MA

4 4
MIN
RO

6 6

VF
RO
C

BL RO
1 1 0
NE

RO

BL

NE

N
NE

RX

8
NE

6
NE

N L

TSRM

IG

Gli schemi elettrici sono soggetti ad un continuo aggiornamento, obbligatorio quindi fare riferimento a quelli a bordo macchina. All wiring diagrams are constantly updated. Please refer to the ones supplied with the unit. Nos schmas lectriques tant constamment mis jour, il faut absolument se rfrer ceux fournis bord de nos appareils. Die Schaltplne werden stndig aktualisiert, deswegen muss man sich stets auf das mit dem Gert gelieferte Schaltschema beziehen. El cableado de las mquinas es sometido a actualizaciones constantes. Por favor, para cada unidad hagan referencia a los esquemas suministrados con la misma.

230V ~ 50Hz

CRE

F 2A

Sez. 1,5 mm2

PE

C650 FS - 1C - 1H

MV

C650 FS - 1C - 1H

Sez. 1,5 mm2

M MV

C650 FS - 1C - 1H

Sez. 1,5 mm2

MV

FCX

FMT20 + VF + VC
4 tubi 4 tube 4 tuyaux 4 Rhren 4 tubos

FMT20

FCX

FMT20 + VF + RX
2 tubi 2 tube 2 tuyaux 2 Rhren 2 tubos

FMT20

69

English
L1~ L2 - 0 COOL HEAT LOW MED HIGH N/C
L1~ L2 - 0 COOL HEAT LOW MED HIGH N/C

N
N L

SCHEMI ELETTRICI WIRING DIAGRAMS SCHEMAS ELECTRIQUES SCHALTPLNE ESQUEMAS ELCTRICOS

FCX PPC
PXAE
M1

N L V1 V2 V3 Y1 Y2 CE CE MS MS

CE

English

7
BL

8
NE

9
MA

10
RO

SW
VC/F
Y N

5 5

1 1
BL

2 2
MAX
NE

3 3
MED
MA

4 4
MIN
RO

6 6

EXT

SW SW
JP1

SA (INT)

INT

BL NE BL

ROS

M MV

1 3 5 6 7

PE N L

C L U S T E R

IG 230V ~ 50Hz

Gli schemi elettrici sono soggetti ad un continuo aggiornamento, obbligatorio quindi fare riferimento a quelli a bordo macchina. All wiring diagrams are constantly updated. Please refer to the ones supplied with the unit. Nos schmas lectriques tant constamment mis jour, il faut absolument se rfrer ceux fournis bord de nos appareils. Die Schaltplne werden stndig aktualisiert, deswegen muss man sich stets auf das mit dem Gert gelieferte Schaltschema beziehen. El cableado de las mquinas es sometido a actualizaciones constantes. Por favor, para cada unidad hagan referencia a los esquemas suministrados con la misma.

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SCHEMI ELETTRICI WIRING DIAGRAMS SCHEMAS ELECTRIQUES SCHALTPLNE ESQUEMAS ELCTRICOS

FCX PPC PXAE


SA (INT)

SIT3 + SIT5

SW SW

V1 V2 V3 Y1 Y2 CE CE MS MS

PXAE

N L

JP1

L = 15m MAX

INPUT

OUTPUT

V3 V2

SIT5

V1 Y1 Y2

CE

F 1A

L PH N N V1 V2 V3 Y1 Y2

L = 100m MAX

L = 15m MAX

SW

MA

SIT3/ 1

NE

BL

BL

NE

OUTPUT

MA

V3 V2 V1 N

FC/ 1

MS

C L U S T E R

1 3 5 6 7

VC/F

ROS

BL

NE

BL

MA

SIT3/ 2

NE

BL

V3 V2 V1 N

FC/ 2

MS

BL

NE

C L U S T E R

1 3 5 6 7

VC/F

ROS

BL

Gli schemi elettrici sono soggetti ad un continuo aggiornamento, obbligatorio quindi fare riferimento a quelli a bordo macchina. All wiring diagrams are constantly updated. Please refer to the ones supplied with the unit. Nos schmas lectriques tant constamment mis jour, il faut absolument se rfrer ceux fournis bord de nos appareils. Die Schaltplne werden stndig aktualisiert, deswegen muss man sich stets auf das mit dem Gert gelieferte Schaltschema beziehen. El cableado de las mquinas es sometido a actualizaciones constantes. Por favor, para cada unidad hagan referencia a los esquemas suministrados con la misma.

Y N

INPUT

PH L

BL

NE

OUTPUT

MA

MED

V1

V2

V3

MV

MIN

F 2A

FC/ 2

10

RO

RO

IG

MAX

Y N

INPUT

PH L

L N 230V ~ 50Hz

MED

V1

V2

V3

MV

MIN

F 2A

RO

RO

FC/ 1

10

PE

71

English
MAX

MAX FC/10

M1

EXT

INT

SCHEMI ELETTRICI WIRING DIAGRAMS SCHEMAS ELECTRIQUES SCHALTPLNE ESQUEMAS ELCTRICOS

FCX AS PXAE
SA (INT)

SIT3 + SIT5

SW SW

V1 V2 V3 Y1 Y2 CE CE MS MS

PXAE

N L

JP1

English

M1

MA

OUTPUT

MA

SIT3/1

NE

NE

BL

BL

MV

V3 V2 V1 N

MS

VCH

MA

OUTPUT

MA

SIT3/2

NE

NE

BL

V3 V2 V1 N

MS

VCH

MA

OUTPUT

MA

SIT3/10

NE

NE

BL

V3 V2 V1 N

MS

Gli schemi elettrici sono soggetti ad un continuo aggiornamento, obbligatorio quindi fare riferimento a quelli a bordo macchina. All wiring diagrams are constantly updated. Please refer to the ones supplied with the unit. Nos schmas lectriques tant constamment mis jour, il faut absolument se rfrer ceux fournis bord de nos appareils. Die Schaltplne werden stndig aktualisiert, deswegen muss man sich stets auf das mit dem Gert gelieferte Schaltschema beziehen. El cableado de las mquinas es sometido a actualizaciones constantes. Por favor, para cada unidad hagan referencia a los esquemas suministrados con la misma.

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VCH

INPUT

PH L

BL

MV

MED

V1

V2

V3

FCX/N

10

RO

RO

MAX

MIN

INPUT

PH L

BL

MV

MED

V1

V2

V3

FCX/2

10

RO

RO

IG

4A

MAX

MIN

INPUT

PH L

L N 230V ~ 50Hz

MED

V1

V2

V3

FCX/1

10

RO

RO

PE
MAX MIN

F 2A

F 2A

F 2A

Y2 Y1 V1

OUTPUT

SIT5

L = 15m MAX

EXT

INT

Y2 Y1 V3 V2 V1 N N PH L
INPUT

V2 V3

F 1A

TROUBLE SHOOTING
PROBLEM Feeble air discharge PROBABLE CAUSE Wrong speed setting on the control panel Blocked filter Remove the obstruction Ostruzione del flusso daria (entrata e/o uscita) It does not heat Poor hot power supply Wrong setting on control panel Control the boiler Control the heating pump See control panel settings Control the chiller See control panel settings Control the power supply SOLUTION Select the speed on the control panel Clean the filter

English

It does not cool

Poor chilled water supply Wrong setting on control panel

The fan does not turn Check up the boiler or the chiller and/or their setting Check up the thermostat settings The water has not reached operating temperature Increase the water temperature beyond the The water has not reached operating temperature The limit conditions of temperature and humi- minimum limits indicated in MINIMUM dity indicated in MINIMUM AVERAGE WATER AVERAGE WATER TEMPERATURE. TEMPERATURE have been reached No current

Condensation on the unit cabinet

For anomalies dont hesitate, contact the after sales service immediately.

MAINTENANCE
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
Routime maitenance can be performed by the user. It consists of a series of simple operations that allow the facncoil to operatore at its maximum performance. Interventions: - External cleaning must be carried out weekly. Use a wet rag (with water at max, 40C temperature) and neutral detergent; avoid other detergents or solvents. . - Do not spray water in the external or internal surfaces of the fancoil (short circuit coud occur) . Before carrying out any intervention be sure that electrical power supply is disconnected. Do nor remove the shell or the electrical or mechanical protections. - Examination of the fancoil status at any maintenance intervention: any anomaly must be communicated to the After Sales dept.

EXTRAORDINARY MAINTENANCE
Only Aermec After Sales dept. or personnel with all the technicalprofessional capacities for the installation,transformation and maintenance of the units and able to verify them according to the safety normes in force with particular reference to electrical connections can carry out the extraordinary maintenance. The following verifications relating to the above are requested: - Measure of the electrical unit insulatioon resistance. - Continuity testo of the protection conductors. Extraordinary maintenance consists of a series of complex operations that involve the disassembling of the fancoil or its components. Thanks to this operation the maximum efficency condition for the bfan coil functioning is restored. Before any intervention, be sure electrical power supply is disconnected.

Intervention: - Internal cleaning with year frequence or before prolonged period. In particular situation where an high level nof cleaning is requetsed, it can be carried out more frequently. It consists in the coil cleaning, fancoil fins, drip tray, ioniser and all the parts in contact with the treated air. Moreover verify the status of the filter, clean it and if necessary replace it. For cleaning do nou use jets or water spray..

Use a small brush to remove possible dust deposit. - For repairing or setting operation, consult the TROUBLE AND SHOOTING chapter before contact the After Sales dept.

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Aermec partecipa al Programma di Certificazione EUROVENT. I prodotti interessati figurano nella Guida EUROVENT dei Prodotti Certificati. Aermec is partecipating in the EUROVENT Certification Programme. Products are as listed in the EUROVENT Directory of Certified Products. Aermec partecipe au Programme de Certification EUROVENT. Les produits figurent dans lAnnuaire EUROVENT des Produits Certifis. Aermec ist am Zertifikations - Programm EUROVENT beteiligt. Die entsprechend gekennzeichneten Produkte sind im EUROVENT - Jahrbuch aufgefrt. AERMEC S.p.A. participa en el programa de certificacin EUROVENT. Sus equipos aparecen en el directorio de productos certificados EUROVENT.