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08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded.14//13.1. Unistat® 5 .06.0en/03.OPERATION MANUAL Unistat® This operation manual is a translation of the original operation manual. VALID FOR: TABLE-TOP MODELS Unistat tango® (w/wl) Unistat® 405(w) Unistat® 705(w) FREE-STANDING MODELS Unistat® 4xx(w) Unistat® 5xxw Unistat® 6xxw Unistat® 8x5(w) Unistat® 9xx(w) Unistat® 10x5w V1.

1.8. external temperature sensor [LED 2] Red. [90] [88] [91] [92] [89] [88] Touchscreen [89] Fixing screw for Pilot ONE [90] LED-Indicator Temperature [91] LED-Indicator Flow Chart [92] LED-Indicator Status Description of the LEDs in the flow diagram [LED 1] [LED 6] [LED 3] [LED 2] [LED 7] [LED 1] Red.08 . HT cooler [LED 10] Blue.8. pump circuit [LED 9] Blue. pump circuit [LED 10] [LED 5] Green. pump circuit [LED 4] Green.8.8. chiller [LED 4] [LED 5] [LED 9] [LED 8] Components illustrated in the LED flow diagram [Expansion tank] [Hea!ng] [Pump] [HT cooler] [Evaporator] [Compressor] [Condenser] [Stepper motor valve] 6 Unistat® Liability for errors and misprints excluded.OPERATION MANUAL “Unistat Control ONE“ and „Pilot ONE“ 8. pump circuit [LED 7] Orange. V1.8. pump circuit [LED 6] Green. hea!ng [LED 8] Green. 8.06.0en/03. internal temperature sensor [LED 3] Green.14//13.

[1] Circula on flow [2] Circula on return [3] Drain valve thermalfluid [4] Drain valve [5] Expansion vessel drain valve [8] Drain [9] Expansion vessel drain [17] Filling port [18] Expansion vessel [21] Ven ng valve expansion vessel [22] Expansion vessel cap [23] Sight glass [24] Sight glass cover [27] Isola ng sleeve Unistat® 7 . internal and setpoint value Bu"on for virtual keyboard Level and pump status Process graphic Status cell Touchbu"ons [22] [17] [27] [1] [18] [23] [21] [22] [17] [27] [2] [1] [2] [24] [23] [18] [9] [3] [5] [8] [1] [2] [8] [4] [22] [17] [27] [1] [21] [23] [18] [2] [3] [5] [22] [17] [27] [8] [1] [21] [2] [8] [3] [5] V1.08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded.1.0en/03.OPERATION MANUAL Layout of the “Home” screen [Field 1] [Field 2] [Field 3] [Field 4] [Field 5] [Field 6] [Field 8] [Field 7] [Field 1] [Field 2] [Field 3] [Field 4] [Field 5] [Field 9] [Field 6] [Field 7] [Field 8] [Field 9] [Field 10] [Field 10] [Field 11] [Field 11] Connecting/filling externally closed/open applications Minimum setpoint Maximum setpoint Set over-temperature protec!on Status pictogram Date and !me Process.14//13.06.

08 .06.14//13.OPERATION MANUAL Thermal fluid change/ check and clean internally [1] [A] [2] [1] [2] [A] [8] [8] [1] [A] [2] [8] [1] [A] [2] [8] [1] [2] [8] [A] 8 Unistat® Liability for errors and misprints excluded.0en/03. Circula on flow Circula on return Drain Temperature control hose V1.1.

...................... 14 Symbols used for Safety Instructions.........................1 1..........2 2........................0en/03.......... 27 Preparations for operation ...20 Schematic illustration of the cooling variants ..11.......2 1.........................................................3..............23 Unpacking.................3............................. 25 Recommended temperature control and cooling water hoses................16 Temperature control unit with natural refrigerants (NR) ..20 Water cooling................................................... 14 23 Unistat® 9 ...............................................2.....2......................................... 16 Obligations of the user..31 V1..23 Tightening the transportation lock (transport position)......14 Reasonably foreseeable misuse........14 Proper operation.............18 General information ....4..08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded...................30 Connecting to the power supply ................................2 1.........08 1 Introduction 1.....................2 1.............................................9 2................................3.................................06...................................................8 2........................3.19 Alarm functions ........ 30 Connecting an externally closed application ..............4.....................1.............................................3............15 User and operators – Obligations and requirements..2............3 Safety..................................11..............1................................................................1 1....3 1.........................................................................1 2.14//13.3....10..............................................................31 Connection via direct wiring ..............10.................1 1...................1......1 2.... 18 Description of workstation ..............6 2....16 Temperature control units with 3 to 30 kg fluorinated greenhouse gases/natural refrigerant..........1...............18 Safety devices to DIN 12876 .....................................................................................................................10 2.............. winter operation..2.........................1 2..............................................1 2..........3 1.............2 1..........................................17 Requirements for operators ......2.................................................................................................................3........................0en/03.....................3 1.......3 1.............................................................11 2.........................................18 Further protective devices ....... 25 Temperature control unit for outdoor installation incl................................2 2..................................................................................... 27 Temperature control units with water cooling......... 24 Ambient conditions ....................1 1.....2 1.2 2..................................1.....2 1.4.......10..2 2.29 Connecting externally closed/open application ..................... 31 Connection using socket with protective earth (PE)..................................................... 24 Installation conditions .....3..........5 2..........................................................................................1..........14//13............2.......1 2.........2 In-plant transport .......3.................. 23 Transportation lock.........1 1...29 Mounting the Isolating sleeve (only for externally open applications) ............................4 2...............................7 2..30 Connecting an externally open application (bath)..........06......3 1.............................................. 23 Releasing the transportation lock (operating position) .2......... 26 Wrench sizes and torques .....1. 20 Air cooling .................................................................1 2...............................1 1.......................4 1........................................2...............................................................21 2 Commissioning 2.............................................................................10..........12............2 1..................21 Consequence of inadequate energy dissipation .........................2..........................................12 2..............28 Mounting/removing the Isolating sleeve.................2 2............19 Power interruption ......................1 1........17 Obligations of the operators................................................3 2............ 28 Opening/closing valves .29 Removing the Isolating sleeve (only for externally closed applications)............OPERATION MANUAL Table of contents V1..12......................19 Warning messages....

...................................................OPERATION MANUAL 2..10......1..2 3......................... 41 The touchbuttons..................................10.................................................................40 The LED-Indicator Flow Chart [91] ...........................1........1 3.......2 4..................52 Changing the Delta T limiter...............32 3 Function description 3.2...............1 4............4 4......................2 3............................8................................................3 4..................1 3...54 Monitoring the Pt100 temperature sensors .................................1 4........................................1 3...................50 Testing overtemperature protection for functionality ......1 3................................ 34 To be noted when planning the test .......42 Restore factory settings .....................43 Restore to factory settings without overtemperature protection ....40 The LED-Indicator Status [92] ...................... 52 Select temperature control: Internal or process ..............1.. 38 Clock/event function .....................33 Information on the thermal fluids...........2 4.........................3 3...............................10..............1 4................. 35 “Pilot ONE®” controller ..........................................................1 3..............2 3....2...............40 The LED-Indicator Temperature [90] .........4 3.......4...........................2 4...................................40 Control instruments..........................9...........................41 The sub-categories......................................................................6.............................................................................4 4.2............. 36 Function overview of the “Pilot ONE®” versions ..1 3.......49 Setting “OT limit: heating” ....1..................................................1 3.... 33 General functions.............2 Function description of the temperature control unit.................................................53 Temperature control to internal temperature .54 Optimum control parameters for optimum temperature control...............2 3......12.......1.........................3 3...................................... 39 Display instruments ....... 40 The touchscreen [88] ................4......................6............................................................................................3 3......................................................53 Delta T limiter . 42 Display of software version..2 4. 39 Rechargeable accumulator .............................4 4................ 33 48 V1...3 4.................................................................1.............................................2 3...........................................................10......6..........8..2...............................................................................9 3....................8 3.........10.14//13..1............................................................................................2............................41 Function examples.....2.......... 48 Turning on the temperature control unit .39 Event function “Alarm clock event” .......................0en/03......8............4 3.....46 Restore to factory settings including overtemperature protection ................................................6 3.....................................8..5 4.......................................2...........52 The temperature control circuit ...5 3..............5 4.....................1 4...1.....08 ..............41 The dialogs ...................................................................................................................1....2.......3...........7 3...........50 Monitoring via “Display OT values”.........................................9...............39 Operation via the touch screen.....................53 Temperature control to process temperature.1 4...............2.................................................................................................................6 Setup mode .................39 Programmable event function ................................3 4.......................................48 Setting the overtemperature protection .........................................................49 Setting “OT expansion vessel”...................................39 Event function “Program event” ....................2.............................................................42 Start & Stop..1........................................1 3....................2........1................................................2.........................50 Adjusting the Delta T limiter ................10 3..................4 3.........3 10 Unistat® Converting the power supply connection............................9......................48 General information on the overtemperature protection ..3........1.........33 Other functions ..46 4 Setup mode 4...2 3..................................36 Unistat® LED diagram............................................54 Liability for errors and misprints excluded...........................41 The categories...............06..........................1 3........................2 3..............2............1..................................3 3.........................9..50 Setting “Process Safety” ........................................6........

.....................................72 Ending/cancelling the temperature control program ..8..1 6.........................1...............................1 5......4 6................1 4..............1 5.....11 4.............................2................0 interface....................1.................................................61 Setting the setpoint ...............................2................................................... host...2 6............2.....66 Externally open application .......08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded........54 Sub-category: “Configuration auto” .....................2.......2 4....................................................................................... venting.1........2....77 Jack ECS (External Control Signal) standby .................2........................................3....1 5.....................1.....................................................73 USB-2..............................................................................1 4.................8....................9...62 Filling and venting externally closed application.....2.......55 Sub-category: “Control Dynamics”........................................1 4........71 Starting the temperature control process..................62 Filling....55 Sub-category: “Find parameters”............2......................1 4....................................2..9 4........................ device .... 74 Interfaces at the “Unistat® Control ONE” side.............3 6..............8...........................2...............1.............3 Sub-category “Select auto/expert”...................3.......69 5 Normal operation 5.........................................1..........60 Sub-category: “Reset parameters” ...........2 Automatic operation..3...............74 Conccector POKO ONE (floating contact) alarm........................................74 Jack ECS ONE (External Control Signal) standby..1 5............78 V1..1...............2........................................75 Interfaces at the Com...........2....1 6.........2......3.........0 interface.....8 4...............2...... 73 10/100 Mbps Ethernet for RJ45 network sockets .......2................2.1................................2...................2 6....8.......................................2 4..............................................2 4.............1 4....61 Setting the setpoint thresholds ......73 Interfaces at the “Unistat® Control ONE”.....1......2......78 Jack RS232/RS485 serial.......2.............3..........10 4...............3 6.............. 71 73 Unistat® 11 ...........................3 4.................................2.................64 Draining externally closed applications........ 62 Externally closed application ..........................13 4.........2 5..74 Removing the cover...................73 USB-2..................1 6...................3.............................1 6..59 Category: “Configuration manual”........71 Temperature control via a created temperature control program ......14//13..4 4.......1........................75 Female RS232 Serial (with adapter cable).....1....................59 Sub-category: “Display parameters” .................1........2........06............2 5..................................................................................1 6........................1.........1 6..................................2..................................3...........................................................1.......... 76 Jack LEVEL (Com...................2........75 Interfaces at the “Unistat® Control ONE” top side ....................................................................2..61 Sub-category: “Display parameters”...........................................75 Service interface ..57 Sub-category: “Fluid Properties” ..1......77 Connector POKO (floating contact) alarm ................ 71 Temperature control....67 Filling and venting externally open application.........7 4............................67 Degassing externally open applications .................2....3..............2...........77 Jack AIF Reg-E-Prog ...........73 USB-2............................................2 6.......................2..............75 Connection jack for Pt100 process controller sensor............3........................G@te® external only) .......1....................OPERATION MANUAL 4.............2 6..2.............1 6...3.....1.....................................2...2................59 Sub-category: “Change parameters”................................................71 Ending the temperature control process .....3 6...3 4....68 Draining externally open applications.........................................58 Sub-category: “Display parameters” .................3..........................3..................................1.................................0 interface .........5 Interfaces at the “Pilot ONE®” controller ........2 6.........2 4.2....3 6................2 6....................3 4...............12 4..........9.....................0en/03.............1.....2 6...G@te® (optional) ..63 Degassing externally closed applications ...72 Starting the temperature control program ...........3............72 6 Interfaces and software update 6........2 4............. degassing and draining....................................

. 86 Plug contacts... 79 Replacing the “Pilot ONE®” .................................................7 7......3........... 89 Phone number and company address...............................5 8..1 8..........4.................9 Safety instructions and basic principles ..5 7........................1 8..........................06............................................................................................................................................................8......................................................2 8...............81 Clean hat-type strainer (dirt trap) (water-cooled temperature control unit).......................................................................2......4 8..... 86 8 Shutting down 8........8 8..................2..........8 Messages from the temperature control unit .........2 8.........2 7....................7 8..1 7....... 78 7 Service/maintenance 7............................................................................. 87 Draining-off the cooling water ...................................14//13........... replacement and circuit cleaning ..83 Thermal fluid inspection.........................1 7......................1 8.........90 Service/return adress. 86 Inspect the mechanical seal .....................................4.....................2 7....................................................................1........................... 88 Shipping.................................................................................4..................2..............2................................3 7.......................................................................................2 7....................................................................................................1 7....................................1 7....2 7..................................................................................84 Externally open application ..............................................................................OPERATION MANUAL 12 Unistat® 6.....82 Empty the drip tray .......................................................................... 86 Decontamination/repairs .............3 7......84 Externally closed application ...............................................................3............................ 79 Replacing the “Pilot ONE®” or “Unistat® Control ONE” ............................ 80 Function check and visual inspection ................................3 8............................................................3.....................2 7............3 7..................................................... 79 87 91 V1...................................................................................4..........................................84 Thermal fluid replacement ................. 88 Draining process ..4..............................................................8.........................................6 8.....................................................84 Cleaning the surfaces ...............................88 Transportation lock...8.....................79 Replacing the “Unistat® Control ONE”..... 88 Packing ........................3 8.......1 7.......90 Certificate of Compliance........................................................8...90 Telephone number: Sales ....................... 87 Switch-off .......3........ 84 Thermal fluid inspection ...... 90 Telephone number: Customer Support ..........6 7........................80 Maintenance..4 7......... 88 Disposal ....................................4 Firmware update .................80 Clean liquefier fins (air-cooled temperature control unit) ...3.4 7.......90 Email adress: Customer Support... 90 9 Annex Liability for errors and misprints excluded........84 Cleaning the thermal fluid circuit..0en/03...............4 8.....08 ............................................................

Proceed with transport.0en/03. storage and disposal in accordance with this operation manual. Unistat® 13 . maintenance.06. You have opted for a temperature control unit from Peter Huber Kältemaschinenbau GmbH.08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded. repairs. Subject to proper operation. Read through this operation manual carefully prior to start-up. Strictly follow all notes and safety instructions. operation. Thank you for your confidence in our products. You have made a good choice. we offer a full warranty for your temperature control unit.OPERATION MANUAL Foreword Dear customer.14//13. V1. start-up.1.

14//13.1. CAUTION Denotes a hazardous situation that can result in injury. user and the equipment from damage. Safety information must always appear BEFORE instructions and at the beginning of each chapter.0en/03.06. 1. The safety information in this operation manual is designed to protect the operator.Introduction OPERATION MANUAL Chapter 1 1 Introduction 1.1.1. EX Notes in conjunction with Ex p cabinets.2 HAZARD 14 Unistat® Proper operation Operating the temperature control unit in a potentially explosive area DEATH THROUGH EXPLOSION Do NOT install or start up the temperature control unit within an ATEX zone.08 . You should be first informed about the residual risks due to misuse before you begin an operation. V1.1 Safety 1. Safety information and procedure Errac behaviour EFFECT Ø Prevenon Ø Resolve Ø Knowledge Severity of the residual risk Possible hazard source Possible effects Prevenon of errors Resolving problems Knowledge transfer PROCEDURE Ø Ø Ø Ø Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 The procedure is explained here step by step. NOTE Denotes a situation that can result in property material damage. INFORMATION Denotes important notes and usable hints. HAZARD Denotes an immediate hazardous situation that will result in death or serious injuries. The signal word describes the classification of the residual risk when disregarding the operation manual. WARNING Denotes a general hazardous situation that may result in death or serious injuries. Liability for errors and misprints excluded.1 Symbols used for Safety Instructions Safety instructions are marked by the below combinations of pictograms and signal words.

configured and operated according to the handling instructions in this operating manual. Unistat® 15 . The temperature control unit must be installed. The temperature control unit maintains the temperature of certain applications. dismantle or disconnect any safety devices! The temperature control unit must not be used for any purposes other than temperature control in accordance with the operation manual. The following must be observed without fail: Only use the temperature control unit in a fault-free condition! Have start-up and repairs carried out only by specialists! Do not ignore. The temperature control unit must NOT be used for any purposes other than temperature control in accordance with the operation manual. please contact immediately the Customer Support of Peter Huber GmbH Kältemaschinenbau GmbH (the telephone number is on page 90. This annex is only provided for temperature control units delivered with an Ex p cabinet. Safety devices are built into your temperature control unit. Personal protective equipment must be provided to the operators. Use with medical devices (e. Define precise responsibilities of the operators.in the tempering bath.where present .06. When operating the temperature control unit in conjunction with an Ex p cabinet. the temperature control unit is NOT protected against explosion and may NOT installed or put into operation within an ATEX zone. If this annex is missing. Only adequately qualified operators may work with the temperature control unit.08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded. Operators must be trained before handling the temperature control unit. section »Phone number and company address«). V1. In case of any modification of the temperature control unit not approved by the manufacturer.0en/03. including glass or metal reactors or other expedient items in laboratories and industry. the CE declaration of conformity becomes invalid.1. the information in the annex (section ATEX operation) must be observed and followed. repairs or maintenance work. The temperature control unit is manufactured for industrial use.Introduction Chapter 1 OPERATION MANUAL WARNING NOTE Improper use SERIOUS INJURY AND PROPERTY DAMAGE Store the operation manual where it is easy to access in close proximity to the temperature control unit. bypass.g. Failure to comply with the operation manual is deemed improper use. Only specialists trained by the manufacturer may carry out modifications.3 EX Reasonably foreseeable misuse Without Ex p cabinet. in Vitro diagnostic procedure) or for direct foodstuff temperature control is NOT permissible. The technical specification of the temperature control unit is given in the data sheet (from page 91 in section »Annex«). improper handling or use of the temperature control unit if the operation manual is not observed. The manufacturer accepts NO liability for damage caused by technical modifications to the temperature control unit. The temperature control unit conforms to state-of-the-art technology and the recognized safety regulations. Thermal fluids suitable for the overall system are used. Flow-through coolers and calibration baths must be used only in combination with Huber temperature control units. Be sure to follow the operator’s safety rules to protect life and limb and to limit damages! Modifications to the temperature control unit by third-parties DAMAGE TO THE TEMPERATURE CONTROL UNIT Do not allow third parties to make technical modifications to the temperature control unit. The chilling and heating capacity is provisioned at the pump connections or . Check that the operators have read and understood the operation manual. 1.14//13.1.

Observe page 24. refrigerant quantity stated therein. Class of application field Application field Example of the installation location A General Publicly accessible area in a public building B Monitored Laboratories C Access only for authorized persons Production equipment Max. V1. Only adequately qualified operators (e.06. For temperature control units with more than 150 g natural refrigerant: A gas warning sensor must be fitted and functioning. Temperature control units with more than 150 g natural refrigerant are equipped with an additional gas warning sensor.0en/03.2. safe and highly-sustainable technologies. physicists etc. section »Ambient conditions« and page 25.2 User and operators – Obligations and requirements 1. Temperature control units with up to 150 g natural refrigerant The temperature control unit has been constructed to the requirements of EU and EFTA countries.14//13. The fill quantity of your temperature control unit is stated on the data sheet (from page 91 in section »Annex«) or on the rating plate on the rear of the temperature control unit.g. section »Installation conditions«. Respect the max. Define precise responsibilities of the operators. Also observe on page 14 the section »Proper operation«.1 WARNING Temperature control unit with natural refrigerants (NR) Over 8 g refrigerant per m³ room air DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY DUE TO EXPLOSION Observe the rating plate (amount of natural refrigerant contained) and the room size (maximum room concentration of natural refrigerant in case of leakage) when installing the temperature control unit. permissible quantity above ground level (GL) OR Classifying the application field 8 g/m3 ambient air 1. 16 Unistat® Liability for errors and misprints excluded. chemists.Introduction OPERATION MANUAL Chapter 1 1. Use the table as guidance for classifying the application field.08 . The relevant standards and regulations for temperature control units with natural refrigerants contain a number of stipulations.0 kg Temperature control units with more than 1 kg refrigerant must not be installed below ground level (GL). The gas warning sensor must be calibrated and maintained at regular intervals (between 6 and 12 months). Huber temperature control units are constructed to be permanently sealed and are carefully checked for leak tightness. quantity of refrigerant Max.1 Obligations of the user The operation manual is to be stored where it is easy to access in close proximity to the temperature control unit. CTA.5 kg 2. 1.5 kg 10.1. Check that the operators have read and understood the operation manual. Personal protective equipment must be provided to the operators. The temperature control unit is not approved for operation in an ATEX zone.) are permitted to work with the temperature control unit. Operators must be trained before handling the temperature control unit.1. the importance of complying with which is set out below. Huber products with natural refrigerants work with numerous proven.2.

Introduction Chapter 1 OPERATION MANUAL Temperature control units with more than 150 g natural refrigerant The temperature control unit has been constructed to the requirements of EU and EFTA countries.2 Requirements for operators Work on the temperature control unit is reserved for appropriately qualified specialists. shorter intervals can be specified. (3) The operator is responsible for the calibration of the gas detection sensor prior to initial operation and the observance of calibration and maintenance intervals according to the operating manual. g.1. Obligation to keep records (maintenance and inspection) in the operation manual of the refrigeration system. Temperature control units with natural refrigerants (NR) are exempt from this Directive. The processing unit provides a potential-free switching contact and also controls the power supply and evaluation of the gas detection sensor. 1. The refrigerant quantity is stated on the data sheet or rating plate of your temperature control unit. This directive concerns all systems that contain fluorinated refrigerants. specifying the type and quantity of used or recovered refrigerants.20 mA alarm signal. Respect the max.2 Temperature control units with 3 to 30 kg fluorinated greenhouse gases/natural refrigerant F-Gas Regulation (EC) No 842/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 May 2006 on certain fluorinated greenhouse gases. 1. For increased safety requirements. service technicians of Peter Huber Kältemaschinenbau GmbH) for a fill quantity of fluorinated greenhouses from 3 kg to 30 kg. For further technical details please refer to the data sheet of the gas detection sensor.14//13. for leaks from stationary refrigeration systems by certified personnel (e. Obligations of the user: Annual inspection. who have been assigned and trained by the user to do so. For both variants. the recovery and the destruction of specific fluorinated greenhouse gases. The operator is responsible for this and for the other measures. For more information about the pre-installed gas detection sensor: (1) The built-in gas detection sensor allows activates a safety shutdown at 20% of the lower explosive limit via a power disconnect relay to be installed by the operator. On request we will recommend a specialist company to carry out the calibration and maintenance. The operator may also route the alarm of the gas detection system to an alarm control unit. Directive (EC) No. as well as the identification and disposal of products and equipment containing these gases. which the user must retain for at least 5 years after they are produced and present to the competent authority on demand. The user is responsible vis-a-vis third-parties in the work area.08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded. users must check their stationary refrigeration systems for leaks on a regular basis and rectify any leaks within the shortest possible time. Responsibility of plant users to recover F-gases using certified personnel. for instance.0en/03. (2) The pre-installed gas detection sensor requires an external power supply of 24 V DC. 303/2008 contains stipulations on the training and certification of companies and personnel that are permitted to execute the specified activities. Under 18year olds may operate the temperature control unit only under the supervision of a qualified specialist. Since 4 July 2007. Operators must be at least 18 years old. On request a separate processing unit for controlling the power disconnect relay is available as an accessory. Unistat® 17 . The substances set out in Directive (EC) No.2. Use the table as guidance for classifying the application field. The Directive regulates the reduction of emissions. We recommend to set calibration and maintenance intervals between 6 and 12 months if no information is provided. V1. the use. the operator must provide the rating and installation. 1005/ 2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 September 2009 that deplete the ozone layer are excepted (CFC/HCFC).1. refrigerant quantity or the permissible highest quantity above ground level (GL) stated therein.06. For the technical details necessary for installation please refer to the data sheet of the gas detection sensor. The gas detection sensor uses a 4 .2. The temperature control unit is thus switched off early and safely in case of fault.

The threshold value for the overtemperature protection can be 18 Unistat® Liability for errors and misprints excluded.06. can be realized using a suitable fill level sensor or a suitable temperature limiter.08 . b) The temperature control media must have a combustion point of ≥ 65 °C.g. A message is displayed on the >Touchscreen< [88]. safety goggles.3 Chapter 1 Obligations of the operators Carefully read the operation manual before operating the temperature control unit. These sensors monitor overtemperature at this potential ignition source. Please observe the safety instructions. The workstation is determined by the customer's connected peripheries. temperature sensors are employed on the surface of the heating coils.1. d) Optional at the choice of the manufacturer. 1.e. V1.3. Combined electronic low level and overtemperature protection This temperature control unit has been equipped with electronic overtemperature protection and low level protection.3. if ethanol is used. protective gloves. for instance. A software tool is used instead. When operating the temperature control unit. thus ensuring that the controller regulates the heating coil temperatures regulates below the critical temperature (combustion point of the thermal fluid). Accordingly. Rating of laboratory thermostats and laboratory baths Overview of the temperature thresholds Rating Temperature control fluid Technical requirements Identificationd) I Non-combustible a) Overheat protection c) NFL Adjustable overheat protection FL Adjustable overtemperature protection and additional low level protection FL b) II Combustible III Combustible b) a) Usually water. °C [Maximum working temperature] Highest possible temperature of the temperature control unit.1 Description of workstation The workstation is located at the control panel in front of the temperature control unit. [Minimum working temperature] Lowest possible temperature of the temperature control unit. i. only supervised operation is possible. [Setpoint] Can only be set in defined range (between maximum/minimum setpoint). other fluids only if non-combustible even within the temperature range of an individual fault.0en/03.3 General information 1.2. wear appropriate personal protective equipment (e. [Maximum setpoint] Upper threshold for temperature control set by user.Introduction OPERATION MANUAL 1. 1.14//13. Instead of a mechanical float switch. The workstation design also depends on the applicable requirements of the German occupational health and safety regulations [BetrSichV] and the risk analysis for the workstation. non-slip shoes).2 Safety devices to DIN 12876 The rating of your temperature control unit is stated on the data sheet in the appendix. Mechanical tools are no longer required for setting the trip values for the overtemperature protection. [Minimum setpoint] Lower thershold for temperature control set by user. it must be designed safe by the user. c) The overheat protection can. [Over-temperature treshold] 25 K below combuson point of the thermal fluid.

the temperature could continue to rise and possibly heat system parts to unacceptably high temperatures.0en/03. Because the overtemperature trip value is usually set above the setpoint. the controller detects that the trip value on the overtemperature protection has been reached. An INFO is displayed for a few seconds. As with the mechanical tool. In Process Safety mode. and then enables cooling. The response of the temperature control unit to an alarm can be determined. inadequately vented) prevents the pressure from reaching value specified at the pressure sensor. Low level protection Low level protection is achieved via a pressure sensor in the fluid circuit. Air in the system (fill level too low.2 Alarm functions An alarm is a system state that signals unfavorable process conditions. The threshold value for the overtemperature protection can be set only if a code randomly generated by “Pilot ONE” beforehand is entered correctly. The temperature control unit can be programmed so that the plant operator is warned when defined limit values are exceeded. the typical system response is to switch off. When the over temperature set point is reached.The type of overtemperature protection function and of low level protection depends on the temperature control unit. Overtemperature protection (for temperature control units with heating) Mechanical tools are no longer required for setting the trip values for the overtemperature protection. the process will automatically continue after the power outage. control active The temperature control is always started after turning on the temperature control unit. exothermic) than an existing chiller is capable of cooling. Default setting (OFF/Standby): OFF/Standby After turning on the temperature control only the temperature control is started only by manual input.3. 1. Shutting down the temperature control unit eliminates the one possibility of withdrawing process heat. This provides for suppressing the automatic start.Introduction Chapter 1 OPERATION MANUAL set only if a code randomly generated by “Pilot ONE” beforehand is entered correctly. Power Failure Auto: If temperature control is active during a power outage. Temperature control and circulation are interrupted. The pump ensures. Unistat® 19 .3 INFORMATION 1. together with the thermal fluid. this function can be used to determine how the temperature control unit is supposed to respond.06. creating a potential hazard for life and limb if the material bursts or the fluid phase passes to the gaseous phase. As with the mechanical tool. Process safety The background to this overtemperature mode is the desire for increased safety operator and system safety. Strictly observe from page 48. 1. Possible responses are: Switch off temperature control or control temperature to a safe setpoint (2nd setpoint).3.08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded. accidental settings are thus prevented.1.The type of overtemperature protection function and of low level protection depends on the temperature control unit.3. A software tool is used instead.3. the chiller will use its maximum cooling capacity to minimize further heating. The prerequisite for this mode is that the automatic compressor is set to Permanently on. V1. Even if the temperature continues to rise.g. Hence. On/Temp.14//13.3. the requisite pressure at the pressure sensor. section »Setting the overtemperature protection«.1 Further protective devices Emergency strategy – isolate the power supply! Do this by turning the >Mains isolator< [36] to the “0” position! Power interruption Following a power outage (or when switching on the temperature control unit). This response can be determined via “Pilot ONE”. this means that more heat is sometimes admitted into the process (e. accidental settings are thus prevented.

3 Chapter 1 Warning messages Warning messages contain a message about the irregularity of the temperature control unit.0en/03. or Fresh air supply from the front V1.4. 1.1. These messages have no further consequences. The plant operator evaluates the relevance of the message and takes action where necessary.08 .4 Schematic illustration of the cooling variants 1.Introduction OPERATION MANUAL 1.1 Air cooling Diagram: Air cooling Air inlet 20 Unistat® Fresh air supply from below or Fresh air supply from below Liability for errors and misprints excluded.3.06.14//13.3.

Coolant circuit Consequences of inadequate refrigerant quantity/rising condensation temperature: Not all the cooling capacity from the coolant circuit is available at the evaporator.Introduction Chapter 1 1. for instance. V1. Application Consequences of inadequate energy dissipation from the application: The energy created (exothermic) in the application can no longer be fully dissipated.3 Consequence of inadequate energy dissipation Room air/cooling water Consequences of. This means reduced energy transmission from the thermal fluid circuit.4. the condensation temperature and the energy consumption to rise.14//13. suction strainer contamination: The refrigerant in the coolant circuit can no longer fully discharge the admitted energy to the room air/cooling water.08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded. inadequate clearance between temperature control unit to wall/bath wall. room air/cooling water too warm. Unistat® 21 .0en/03. Thus there is not sufficient liquefied refrigerant available. contamination of the liquefier fins. cooling water differential pressure too low.06.2 OPERATION MANUAL Water cooling Diagram: Water cooling Water connection 1.1.4. Thermal fluid circuit Consequence of inadequate energy dissipation from the thermal fluid: The thermal fluid can only dissipate the energy from your application to a limited extent.

14//13.06.Introduction OPERATION MANUAL Chapter 1 Temperature control unit An electronically-controlled expansion valve is used in the temperature control unit to optimize the power adjustment.1. 22 Unistat® Liability for errors and misprints excluded.0en/03.08 . V1. The temperature control unit switches off when the upper range is reached (maximum permissible ambient temperature). The expansion valve always provisions the maximum possible cooling capacity within the permissible ambient temperature range.

For temperature control units with transportation lock.06.2.2. 2. use a socket wrench SW17 and turn it downwards (clockwise) and tighten it against both check nuts (hand-tight).1 In-plant transport NOTE Temperature control unit transported in a horizontal position DAMAGE TO THE COMPRESSOR Only transport the temperature control unit in an upright position. It is to be unlocked prior to commissioning and must be activated again before transport to another location. strictly observe the following section »Transportation lock«. Unistat® 23 .Commissioning Chapter 2 OPERATION MANUAL 2 Commissioning 2.0en/03. The Unistat series 6xx and the Unistat 915 and later have a transportation lock for the compressor.08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded. Protect the temperature control unit from transport damage. If available. 2. using the lugs on the top side of the temperature control unit for transportation.2 NOTE Transportation lock Commissioning with active transportation lock DAMAGE TO THE TEMPERATURE CONTROL UNIT Check the position of the transportation locks. bring the transportation locks of the compressor into the operating position. Do not transport the temperature control unit alone and without tools. use a socket wrench SW17 and turn it upward (counter-clockwise) and tighten it against the >Weld nut< [C] (hand-tight). V1. Prior to commissioning of the temperature control unit.14//13.2 Tightening the transportation lock (transport position) >Hexagonal head bolts< [E] at the bottom of the temperature control unit.1 Transport posion Releasing the transportation lock (operating position) >Hexagonal head bolts< [E] at the bottom of the temperature control unit.1. Figures showing the transportation lock [A] [B] [A] Nut [B] Spring [C] Weld nut [D] Flat washer [E] Hexagonal head bolts [C] [D] [E] Operang posion 2.

20 min. Free-standing model For the connection data. 10 Rear min.08 . Maintain wall and ceiling clearance for adequate air exchange (dissipation of waste heat. This inhibits the air exchange. Use of the temperature control unit is permitted only under normal ambient conditions in accordance with DIN EN 61010-1:2001: Use only indoors. Ensure adequate floor clearance for air-cooled temperature control unit. The warm exhaust air must be able to escape upwards unhindered.4 CAUTION INFORMATION Ambient conditions Unsuitable ambient conditions/unsuitable installation SERIOUS INJURY DUE TO CRUSHING Comply with the requirements under sections »Ambient conditions« and »Installation conditions«. 20 min. 20 min.1.14//13. 20 min.Commissioning OPERATION MANUAL INFORMATION 2. Always contact your forwarding agent regarding the settlement of claims. see the data sheet (from page 91 in section »Annex«). Wall clearance to temperature control unit Side of the temperature control unit Temperature control unit with air cooling Temperature control unit with water cooling Air outlet on top of unit: free standing. Please contact the Customer Support. otherwise can be located under a bench Can be located under a bench Front min. Damage can indicate property damage to the temperature control unit. V1. 10 Left min. Make sure there is adequate fresh air available at the site for the circulation pump and the compressors. section »Phone number and company address«.3 WARNING Chapter 2 You can distinguish between the two positions by feeling whether the >Flat washer< [D] is released (transport position) or tight (operating position). supply of fresh air for the temperature control unit and work area). Unpacking Starting up a damaged temperature control unit MORTAL DANGER FROM ELECTRIC SHOCK Do not operate a damaged temperature control unit. 20 Top 24 Unistat® Clearance to the temperature control unit in cm Liability for errors and misprints excluded. 10 Right min. The telephone number can be found on page 90. Installation elevation up to 2000 meters above sea level.0en/03. Check for any transport damage when unpacking the temperature control unit. 2. Do not operate this temperature control unit in the box or inadequately dimensioned bath. PROCEDURE Check for damage to the packaging.06.

20 min. If wheels are present. they must be locked after the installation! Drip catcher below the temperature control unit for condensation/thermal fluid. 20 Right min.14//13. Unistat® 25 . 20 min. to ensure trouble-free operation.08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded. 2. Spilled/leaked thermal fluid must be discarded immediately and correctly. 20 min. Surge category II. Use a non-combustible.0en/03. V1. Keep the vicinity clean: Prevent slip and trip hazards. as would normally occur in the power supply system Applicable degree of soiling: 2. Observe the ambient conditions.Commissioning Chapter 2 OPERATION MANUAL Side of the temperature control unit Clearance to the temperature control unit in cm (for operation in a bath) Air outlet on top of unit: free standing. Observe page 20 of section »Schematic illustration of the cooling variants«. otherwise can be located under a bench Can be located under a bench Front min. 2. Magnitude of the power supply fluctuations: see data sheet from page91 in section »Annex«. Transport upright. 20 min. 20 Top Ambient temperature values are provided on the technical data sheet.1. Relative humidity max 80% to 32 °C and 40 °C decreasing linearly to 50%. winter operation Shut down temperature control unit with water cooling in outdoor operation MECHANICAL DAMAGE CAUSED BY WATER FREEZING IN THE COOLING WATER LINE Leave the >Mains isolator< [36] permanently in the “ON” position. Transient surges. sealed subsurface. 20 Rear min. stable and without tilt. The temperature control unit must not be installed so as to hinder or prevent access to the isolator (to the power supply).06. Do not put temperature control unit on power cable.6 NOTE Temperature control unit for outdoor installation incl. Install upright.5 Installation conditions WARNING Temperature control unit is connected to the power supply line DEATH FROM ELECTRICAL SHOCK BY DAMAGE TO THE POWER CABLE. Observe the floor load bearing capacity for large units. CAUTION Operating the temperature control unit fitted with castors without brakes activated CRUSHING OF LIMBS Activate brakes on the wheels. Short distance to supply connections. compliance with the ambient conditions is mandatory. 20 Left min. Only switch off the temperature control unit permanently via the >Mains isolator< [36] if the temperature control unit was separated from the cooling water circuit and discharged at ambient temperatures below 0 °C.

1.g. This prevents the formation of condensation in the electrical cabinet. INFORMATION A heater and a fan are installed in the electrical cabinet of the temperature control for outdoor installation. MATERIAL DAMAGE CAUSED BY SHORT CIRCUITS AS A RESULT OF CONDENSATION IN THE CABINET Leave the >Mains isolator< [36] permanently in the “ON” position in case of ambient temperatures below 20 °C. etc. 2. It results in the formation of condensation inside the electrical cabinet.06. If the temperature control unit is then switched on via the >Mains isolator< [36]. If the temperature control unit is turned off at ambient temperatures below 20 °C: Check the interior of the electrical cabinet for condensation.14//13. To connect applications. We recommend you use only insulated temperature control hoses with your temperature control unit. If the temperature control unit is turned off at an ambient temperature below 20 °C via the >Mains isolator< [36].G@te. Shut off the cooling water supply to the temperature control unit even for shorter downtimes (e. 26 Unistat® Liability for errors and misprints excluded. CAUTION Hot or cold thermal fluid and surfaces BURNS TO LIMBS Avoid direct contact with the thermal fluids or the surfaces. can be routed through this opening.0en/03. Turn the temperature control unit on via the >Mains isolator< [36] only when the condensate was removed. the temperature control unit is equipped with a remote control option. safety goggles. external temperature sensor. Likewise. On the side of the temperature control unit is an opening for the extension cable between “Unistat Control ONE” and “Pilot ONE”. the temperature control unit is turned off and on again. The user is responsible for the insulation of connection valves. the temperature difference between electrical cabinet and surrounding area cannot be compensated by the heater/fan. temperature-resistant safety gloves. also pay attention to the temperature range in which the hoses are to be used. overnight). Cooling water and insulated temperature control hoses can be found in the Huber catalogue under Accessories. V1. Isolate and protect temperature control hoses against contact/mechanical load. When selecting temperature hoses. a short circuit occurs in the electrical cabinet. safety footwear). Applicable for models designed for winter operation and outdoor installations! To operate the temperature control unit within a laboratory or office.g.08 . Cooling water Reinforced hoses must be used to satisfy tougher safety requirements. Wear your personnel protective equipment (e.7 Recommended temperature control and cooling water hoses CAUTION Use of unsuitable/defective hoses and/or hose connections INJURIES Thermal fluid Use appropriate hoses and/or hose connections. The operator must check whether national regulations require the mandatory installation of a drain tray for the installation area of the temperature control unit/the entire system. We recommend exclusively reinforced hoses for connecting to the cooling water supply. Check periodically for leaks and the quality of the hose and hose connections and take suitable measures (replace) as required. lines for the optional Com.Commissioning OPERATION MANUAL Chapter 2 NOTE At temperatures below 20 °C. use only temperature control hoses that are compatible with the thermal fluid used.

5 M38x1.08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded. Overview wrench sizes and torques Sleeve nut wrench size Connector wrench size Recommended torques in Nm Maximum torques in Nm M16x1 19 AF 17 AF 20 24 M24x1.Commissioning Chapter 2 2.huber-online. V1. NOTE Usage of un-filtered river or sea water as cooling water DAMAGE TO THE TEMPERATURE CONTROL UNIT Un-filtered river or sea water is not suitable for use as cooling water due to the contaminants. A cooling water inlet temperature below 10 °C may result in condensation in the temperature control unit and at the cooling water connections.8 OPERATION MANUAL Wrench sizes and torques Note the wrench sizes that result for the pump connection on the temperature control unit. Electrical lines directly below the temperature control unit must be protected against liquid ingress. NOTE No protection against corrosion DAMAGE TO THE TEMPERATURE CONTROL UNIT The addition of anti-corrosion agents is mandatory when the water circuit has been damaged by the admission of salts (chlorides. DEATH FROM ELECTRICAL SHOCK BY WATER ENTRY INTO THE ELECTRIC LINES. and the connections tightened if necessary. Huber temperature control units with water cooling are equipped with a cooling water regulator. overnight).com. A leak test must always be performed. Cooling water Reinforced hoses must be used to satisfy tougher safety requirements. CAUTION Use of unsuitable/defective hoses and/or hose connections INJURIES Thermal fluid Use appropriate hoses and/or hose connections. Unistat® 27 . see www.5 27 AF 27 AF 47 56 36 AF 32 AF 79 93 36 AF 36 AF 79 93 46 AF 46 AF 130 153 Pump connection M30x1. INFORMATION To minimize cooling water consumption. Check periodically for leaks and the quality of the hose and hose connections and take suitable measures (replace) as required.huber-online.14//13.0en/03. bromide).1.5 2. only a small amount of cooling water is consumed. the condensation exists the temperature control unit at the bottom. Take suitable measures to maintain the warranty conditions. For information about water quality. In this case. The following table lists the pump connections and the resulting wrench sizes.com. Shut off the cooling water supply to the temperature control unit even for shorter downtimes (e. This limits the flow of cooling water to the amount required by the current load situation.g.9 Temperature control units with water cooling WARNING Open electrical wires below the temperature control unit at cooling water inlet temperatures below 10 °C. No cooling water flows when the unit is switched off. For information about water quality. see www. Isolate and protect temperature control hoses against contact/mechanical load. and torque values. The condensation is caused by high humidity at the cooling water-bearing components. The values of the maximum torque (see table) must not be exceeded. Use drinking water of filtered river or sea water for cooling.06. If only low cooling capacity is called off.

PROCEDURE Close (if fitted) the >Cooling water drain< [15].10 Preparations for operation 2.08 . The figure showing »Connecting/filling externally closed/open applications« can be found on page 7.Commissioning OPERATION MANUAL Chapter 2 Connection diagram Water supply Water drain Draining/ Water Preparing the temperature control unit with water cooling: INFORMATION The minimum pressure differential in the cooling water circuit and the recommended cooling water inlet temperature can be found on the data sheet (from page 91 in section »Annex«). Provide leakproof cooling water connections. If water leaks from the cooling water connections: shut off the cooling water supply and return line immediately.10. Close valves: close valves by turning them clockwise (turn 90° right as far as it will go). Check the connections for leaks.14//13. 28 Unistat® Liability for errors and misprints excluded.06. Connect the >Cooling water outlet< [14] to the water return flow. PROCEDURE Check that all valves are closed.1 Opening/closing valves ° 90 INFORMATION ° 90 Opening and closing valves Opening valves: Open valves by turning them counterclockwise (turn 90° left as far as it will go). Open the shut-off valves in the water line on the temperature control unit and on the building side. NOTE Leaking cooling water connections DAMAGE BY ROOM FLOODING Slowly open the building-side shut-off valves of the cooling water supply and return line. V1. Close all valves by turning them clockwise (turn 90° right as far as it will go). 2.0en/03. Connect the >Cooling water inlet< [13] to the water supply.1.

2 Mounting/removing the Isolating sleeve 2.10. Close the >Expansion vessel cap< [22]. in case of standard devices the >Venting valve expansion vessel< [21] by turning them anti-clockwise (turn 90° left as far as it will go). V1.0en/03.14//13. Unistat® 29 . Mount the >Isolating sleeve< [27] with the aid of the fitted >Guide rod< [A].2. Close all valves.2. Remove the >Isolating sleeve< [27].08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded. Close the >Expansion vessel cap< [22].2 Removing the Isolating sleeve (only for externally closed applications) Remove the Isolating sleeve [27] [A] Guide rod [22] Expansion vessel cap [27] Isola!ng sleeve [27] [22] [22] [27] [A] [A] PROCEDURE Remove the >Expansion vessel cap< [22].10. Remove the >Expansion vessel cap< [22]. in case of standard devices the >Venting valve expansion vessel< [21] by turning them clockwise (turn 90° right as far as it will go).Commissioning Chapter 2 OPERATION MANUAL 2. Fasten the >Isolating sleeve< [27] at the place provided on the housing-side of the temperature control unit. Open all valves.1 Mounting the Isolating sleeve (only for externally open applications) Mounting the Isolating sleeve [27] [A] Guide rod [22] Expansion vessel cap [27] Isola!ng sleeve [27] [22] [22] [A] [27] [A] PROCEDURE Remove the >Isolating sleeve< [27] from the housing-side of the temperature control unit. 2. The permanently fitted >Guide rod< [A] remains in the housing. Check the O-ring on the >Isolating sleeve< [27] for damage.1.06.10. Replace the O-ring if necessary.

in case of standard devices the >Venting valve expansion vessel< [21] by turning them anti-clockwise (turn 90° left as far as it will go). Shut down the temperature control unit immediately. Prior to starting up the temperature control unit with an externally closed system.2 CAUTION Connecting an externally open application (bath) Operating an externally open system without >Isolating sleeve< [27] installed BURNS/FREEZING DUE TO OVERFLOWING EXPANSION VESSEL Prior to starting up the temperature control unit with an externally open system. 2. you must ensure that the >Circulation flow< [1] connection from the temperature control unit is at- 30 Unistat® Liability for errors and misprints excluded. Open all valves. Pressure > 0. Check the connections for leaks.11. PROCEDURE Remove the screw plugs from the >Circulation flow< [1] and >Circulation return< [2] connections. Connection example [1] [2] [A] [B] To enable your application to be operated correctly and eliminate air bubbles from the system.1 WARNING NOTE Connecting an externally closed application Operating an externally closed system with >Isolating sleeve< [27] installed BURSTING DUE TO OVERPRESSURE DURING TEMPERATURE CONTROL.08 .5 bar (g) with glass apparatus MATERIAL DAMAGE CAUSED BY CRACK FORMATION AT THE GLASS APPARATUS.1. Do not install valves/quick-release couplings in the feed/discharge lines from the temperature control unit to the glass apparatus and from the glass apparatus to the temperature control unit.11. To enable your application to be operated correctly and eliminate air bubbles from the system. install the >Isolating sleeve< [27] (see page 29 in section »Mounting/removing the Isolating sleeve«). in case of standard devices the >Venting valve expansion vessel< [21] by turning them anti-clockwise (turn 90° left as far as it will go).06. Install a bypass upstream of the valves/quick-release couplings for the glass apparatus. remove the >Isolating sleeve< [27] (see page 29. Then connect your application to the temperature control unit using suitable thermal fluid hoses.g. Matching accessories (e.Commissioning OPERATION MANUAL 2. 2. V1.0en/03.11 Chapter 2 Connecting externally closed/open application The figure showing »Connecting/filling externally closed/open applications« can be found on page 7. Provide an over-pressure protective device to prevent damage to the glass apparatus. in section »Mounting/removing the Isolating sleeve«). Open all valves. The corresponding wrench sizes can be found in the table on page 27 in section »Wrench sizes and torques«. bypasses to reduce pressure) can be found in the Huber catalog. you must ensure that the >Circulation flow< [1] connection from the temperature control unit is attached to the lower connection point of the application and the >Circulation return< [2] into the temperature control unit is attached to the higher connection point of the application.14//13. If valves/quick-release couplings are required: Install burst disks on the glass apparatus itself (at the feed and discharge lines). Allow the thermal fluid to cool to room temperature.

Do not use a power cable that is longer than 3 m to be able to disconnect the temperature control unit at any time from the mains.0en/03. 2. HAZARD Damaged power cable/power cable connection MORTAL DANGER FROM ELECTRIC SHOCK Do not start up the temperature control unit. Isolate the temperature control unit from the power supply. Have the power supply cable/power supply connection replaced and inspected by an electrician. Unistat® 31 .12. have the connection inspected by an electrician. Isolate the temperature control unit from the power supply. Check the connections for leaks. Then connect your application to the temperature control unit using suitable thermal fluid hoses. Do not use a power cable that is longer than 3 m.1. Do not use a power cable that is longer than 3 m. The corresponding wrench sizes can be found in the table on page 27 in section »Wrench sizes and torques«. HAZARD Damaged power cable/power cable connection MORTAL DANGER FROM ELECTRIC SHOCK Do not start up the temperature control unit. it may be that you need to use an alternative power cable instead of the supplied original power cable. Have the mains cable only replaced by a qualified electrician.14//13. Make sure that the connection point [B] of the application is at the same level or slightly higher than the connection >Circulation return< [2].2 Connection via direct wiring HAZARD Connection/adjustment to the power supply not carried out by an electrician MORTAL DANGER FROM ELECTRIC SHOCK Have the connection/adjustment to the power supply carried out by an electrician. NOTE Incorrect power supply connection DAMAGE TO THE TEMPERATURE CONTROL UNIT Your building's existing power supply voltage and frequency must match the data provided on the rating plate of the temperature control unit.06.Commissioning Chapter 2 OPERATION MANUAL tached to the lower connection point [B] of the application and the >Circulation return< [2] connection is attached to the higher connection point [A] of the application.1 Connecting to the power supply Based on local circumstances.12 INFORMATION 2. Connection using socket with protective earth (PE) HAZARD Connecting to a power socket without protective earth (PE) MORTAL DANGER FROM ELECTRIC SHOCK Always connect the temperature control unit to safety sockets (PE).12. 2. INFORMATION In case of uncertainties about an existing protective earth (PE). V1. PROCEDURE Remove the screw plugs from the >Circulation flow< [1] and >Circulation return< [2] connections.08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded. Have the power supply cable/power supply connection replaced and inspected by an electrician.

tango wl Unistat 405. 10 A 1.14//13. 405w. It does not impact the type of control.500 watts of heating power with switched on compressor.Commissioning OPERATION MANUAL NOTE Chapter 2 Incorrect power supply connection DAMAGE TO THE TEMPERATURE CONTROL UNIT Your building's existing power supply voltage and frequency must match the data provided on the rating plate of the temperature control unit. However. 705.06.12. 2. During initial startup you will be prompted to adjust the power consumption of the temperature control unit to your current power supply. CC 402. there are 230 V power supplies with smaller fuse protection. the connection values must be re-entered.3 INFORMATION Converting the power supply connection To restore the factory settings. 410w.1. V1.500 watts of heating power with switched off compressor. 32 Unistat® Liability for errors and misprints excluded. 705w Unistat CC 401. The choices are: 16 A 1.500 watts of heating power with switched off compressor. Install the temperature control unit at the location provided. The temperature control units can be set to either 230 V/50 Hz or to 400 V/50 Hz. T305. You can also change the maximum power consumption at the Pilot ONE later on. A disconnected compressor does not effect the heating power: 16 A 1. The following temperature control units can be converted: tango. The maximum current consumption at 230 V operation is just below 16 A. CC 401w HT. T305 HT. 10 A 1.0en/03. T305w HT.100 watts of heating power with switched on compressor.08 .

The removable operating panel (“Pilot ONE”) can also be used as a remote control. On free-standing models with higher pump and chilling capacities.0en/03.1 General functions Unistats are extremely dynamic temperature control units designed for both externally closed (see page 30 in section »Connecting an externally closed application«). The temperature control unit has overtemperature protection to DIN EN 61010-2-010. The temperature control unit is fitted with an integrated temperature ramp function and an internal temperature programmer.1. both with setpoint changes and also with exothermic reactions. Temperature control can be either a-periodic or with a slight overshoot (faster). 3.1.2 Other functions The speed-controlled pump. USB device and USB host interfaces supplied as standard with “Pilot ONE”. A Pt100 connection enables you to accomplish external temperature control tasks with ease.08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded. V1. as well as the Pt100. and also for externally open applications (see page 30 in section »Connecting an externally open application (bath)«).Function description Chapter 3 OPERATION MANUAL 3 Function description 3. The integrated programmer offers the option of creating and recalling 10 different temperature control programs with a total of 100 program steps. please contact your dealer or the Sales Department at Peter Huber Kältemaschinenbau GmbH. The self-optimizing cascade control delivers optimal controller results for regulating levels up and down. The telephone number for Huber Sales can be found on page 90 in section »Phone number and company address«. Thanks to the low internal volume combined with efficient chilling/heating technology. optional VPC module. these temperature control units have no internal bath.14//13. enables the speed or the pressure of the thermal fluid to be controlled and hence optimally matched to the specified application. there is here the temperaturedecoupled >Expansion vessel< [18].06.1. you achieve short cooling/heating rates compared to conventional bath and circulation thermostats. If you require a cable extension.1 Function description of the temperature control unit 3. Unlike conventional bath and circulation thermostats however. Unistat® 33 . independent of the control circuit itself. Instead of a tempering bath. which usually maintains the expansion temperature of the thermalfluid in the >Expansion vessel< [18] at almost room temperature. integrated into the table-top models and some free-standing models. which in conventional bath and circulation thermostats also intercepts the expansion of the thermal fluid in dependence of temperature. The Ethernet. ECS and POKO interfaces at the “Unistat Control ONE” enable the temperature control units to be seamlessly integrated into numerous automated laboratory systems. this function can be performed by the external.

Viton (FKM) or Nitrile / NBR / ceramic / carbon / aloxide. Using a static overlay with an inert gas.2 CAUTION Chapter 3 Information on the thermal fluids Non-compliance with the safety data sheet for the thermal fluid to be used INJURIES Risk of injury to the eyes.32 M40.340. respiratory tract. The chosen thermal fluid must be resistant to the following materials: stainless steel 1. NOTE Non-compliance with the compatibility between the thermal fluid and your temperature control unit PROPERTY DAMAGE Water must not be used as a thermal fluid (risk of freezing and potential destruction of the evaporator). a further significant extension of the useful life of the thermal fluids can be achieved. safety goggles.Function description OPERATION MANUAL 3. We therefore offer the sealing set for Unistate in our accessory range. Observe the rating of your temperature control unit in accordance with DIN 12876.. (hygroscopy. copper. viscosity at 25 °C: 32 mm2/s P 20. V1. safety footwear). Wear your personnel protective equipment (e. INFORMATION As thermal fluids we recommend the media listed in the Huber catalog. Danger of slipping through contamination of floor and work area.1 bar (g) MATERIAL DAMAGE CAUSED BY MECHANICAL DAMAGE TO THE >EXPANSION VESSEL< [18] When using the optional sealing sets for Unistate in connection with a static inert gas overlay.g. skin. Observe the local regulations/work instructions. nickel.08 . The maximum viscosity of the thermal fluid must not exceed 50 mm²/s at the lowest working temperature! The maximum density of the thermal fluid may not exceed 1 kg/dm³! NOTE Inert gas blanket over the >Expansion vessel< [18] over 0..0en/03. a pressure limit of 0. +340 °C.165. The designation of a thermal fluid is derived from its working temperature range and the viscosity at 25 °C. The safety data sheet for the thermal fluid to be used must be read prior to use and its contents respected...4301/1. viscosity at 25 °C: 10 mm2/s Liability for errors and misprints excluded. oxidation). We recommend inert gas overlay for your temperature control unit. the thermal fluid is protected from environmental influences. Thermal fluid product name/product key Thermal fluid product designaon/key: P = plus/M = minus Lowest temperature threshold of the working range Uppermost temperature threshold of the working range Viscosity at 25 °C = temperature range: +20 .1 bar (g) must be used. When using Unistats. red bronze / brass. The temperature control units of the 400 series are already standardly equipped with the connections for inert gas overlay. This is especially true if you want to work long-term near the operating temperature limits of the thermal fluids.14//13. nickel-plated brass and silver solder.4401 (V2A). temperature-resistant safety gloves.06. +165 °C. Thus an increased accumulation of moisture or an oxidative degradation of the thermal fluid is prevented.10 34 Unistat® = temperature range: -40 .1.

the maximum forward flow pressure of the temperature control unit must be taken into account.115.50 +60 +80 +100 +200 +300 *Exklusiv for Unistate® (closed systems) **Exclusiv for high temperature Unistate® 3.03 +20 +40 +60 +80 +100 +200 +300 M80. Adjust the delta T value to your application. A cross-section reduction or shut-off in the thermal fluid circulation must be avoided.20 M10. This will prevent damage to the temperature-control device or the application. The installation location of the temperature control unit should be selected so as to ensure adequate fresh air.03 M80. Bear in mind that system performance is influenced by heat transfer.50 +60 +80 +100 +200 +300 -120 -100 -80 -60 -40 -20 -120 -100 -80 -60 -40 -20 0 +20 +40 +60 DW-Therm® M90.055.190. This temperature difference may have to be limited. To prevent the danger of over-pressure in the system.0en/03. The focus is on your application.120.165.055. With pressure-sensitive applications. Unistat® 35 .165.3 INFORMATION To be noted when planning the test Also observe page 14 in section »Proper operation«.03 M60.03 M80.055. Any shut-off valves must remain open (pressure equalization). see data sheet from page 91 in the Section »Annex« and the data sheet for your glass apparatus.195/235.05 M40. Take corresponding measures to limit the pressure in the system. thermal fluid viscosity.03 M80.40 Overview thermal fluids for closed systems 0 +20 +40 P20.40 -120 -100 -80 -60 -40 -20 0 +20 +40 P20.190. Make sure that the electrical connection is adequately dimensioned. temperature.03 M60.120.08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded. volume flow and the flow speed.14//13. the thermal fluid must always be brought to room temperature before switching off.195/235.05 M40.340.200.08 DW-Therm HT® P20.1. such as glass reactors. because delta T might exceed limits of the application (glass apparatus) and cause bursting.08 P20. Temperature and the dynamics of the process are determined by the flow temperature. With temperature control units without pressure limitation.Function description Chapter 3 OPERATION MANUAL Overview thermal fluids for open systems -120 -100 -80 -60 -40 -20 0 M90.02* +80 +100 +200 +300 M90. A temperature difference (delta T) forms between flow temperature and process temperature.10 M20. V1.100. even with water-cooled chillers.32** P20.115.20 M10. check whether it is necessary to use an external bypass.275.100.06.275.055.10 M20.

36 Unistat® = Optional. you should only use the thermal fluids recommended by the manufacturer and only within the usable temperature and pressure range. This is required to ensure trouble-free operation of the temperature control unit and hence your application. = Not possible Liability for errors and misprints excluded. Keep the length of temperature control hoses as short as possible. carefully and evenly. The basic version of the "Pilot ONE" (Basic) can be upgraded in two stages (from Basic to Exklusiv and from Exklusiv to Professional or from Exklusiv to Professional with DV-E-grade). Your application will therefore be slower to reach its design temperature. Avoid bending the temperature control and cooling water hoses (if required). the temperature control circuit must be vented. V1. . After filling and setting all the requisite parameters. wear the necessary personal protective equipment. etc.1. INFORMATION 3.0en/03. Use suitable angle pieces and lay the hose connections with a large radius. Water as well as water and anti-freeze mixes must not be used as thermal fluids! Basically.Too small connectors and couplers and valves can generate significant flow resistance. such as goggles. . With temperature control close to the boiling temperature of the thermal fluid. boiling point and viscosity.4 For water-cooled temperature control units. In addition. Fill the temperature control unit slowly.06. the application should be roughly at the same height or below the temperature control unit. “Pilot ONE®” controller Figure »”Unistat Control ONE” and “Pilot ONE”« are shown on page 6.08 .Function description OPERATION MANUAL Chapter 3 The thermal fluid used by you must be chosen in such a way that it not only allows the minimum and maximum working temperature but is also suitable as regards the combustion point.4. cracks.Always adjust the inside diameter of temperature control hoses to the pump connections. particularly at low operating temperatures. Take the minimum bending radius from the data sheet of the temperature control hoses used.1 Function overview of the “Pilot ONE®” versions Upgrades Overview of upgrade versions Temperature control units Basic Exklusiv Professional Brewing thermostats Unistat temperature control units UniCAL Other temperature control units = Standard equipment.g. The selected hose connections must be resistant to the thermal fluid.14//13. leaks). heat-proof and chemicals-resistant gloves. For this. Check the hoses at regular intervals for any material fatigue (e. the thermal fluid must be compatible with all the materials in your system. 3. the working temperatures and the permitted maximum pressure. . please take the cooling water temperature necessary for perfect operation and the required differential pressure from the data sheet from page 91 onward in the Section »Annex«.The viscosity of the thermal fluid determines the pressure drop and affects the temperatur control results.

numerical graphical. ru.14//13.1.1 °C 0.1 °C / 0. Setpoint Connections Digital interface RS232 USB interfaces (Host and Device) Ethernet RJ45 interface Pt100 external sensor connection External control signal / ECS STANDBY4 1 TAC function available as a 30 day evaluation version. 2 V1. full screen. process) Maximum heating/cooling capacity adjustable Temperature display Display mode Display & operation Display resolution Graphic display for temperature curves Calendar. overtemperature2) Temperature control Adjustable alarm thresholds VPC (Variable Pressure Control)3 Ventilation program Automated compressor Setpoint limiting Programmer Ramp function Temperature control mode (internal.01 °C Window. numerical 0. 3 For units with variable-speed pump or external bypass. cs.7” Touchscreen 5. otherwise via optional Com. fr. 4 Standard on Unistats. external Pt100 and return flow sensor) Basic Exklusiv Professional predefined1 TAC (True Adaptive Control) TAC (True Adaptive Control) 2-point 5-point 5-point 3 programs à 5 steps (up to 15 steps) 10 programs à 10 steps (up to 100 steps) linear linear. ja Temperature format switchable (°C/ °F/K) Display mode (screen) can be switched by swiping Favourites menu User menu (Administrator Level) 2. Unistat® 37 . pt.7” Touchscreen graphical. scalable Monitoring (low level.06. non-linear 5.01 °C 0.0en/03. full screen. scalable Window. full screen. time Language: de.Function description Chapter 3 OPERATION MANUAL Overview of upgrade features Function Controller parameterization Sensor calibration for control sensor (internal Pt100. date. en. it.1 °C / 0.G@te or POKO/ECS interface. numerical graphical. For temperature control units with integrated overtemperature protection.08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded.7” Touchscreen 5. scalable Window. pl. zh. es.

pump pressure.0en/03. otherwise via optional Com. pump speed. pump circuit [LED 9] Blue.14//13. actual value internally. pump circuit [LED 10] [LED 5] Green.06. V1. Only in connection with the operating state “Circulation active”. 6 38 Unistat® Liability for errors and misprints excluded.heating capacity %. external temperature sensor [LED 2] Red. chiller [LED 4] [LED 5] [LED 9] [LED 8] Operating states Stand-by: [LED 2] (when selecting Jacket temperature control) or [LED 1] (when selecting Process temperature control).1.Function description OPERATION MANUAL Chapter 3 Function Basic Exklusiv Professional 5 Programmable potential-free contact / ALARM AIF (Analog Interface) 0/4-20 mA or 0-10 V6 Digital interface RS4857 Visual / audible alarm signal Autostart (Power Failure Auto) Plug & Play technology Technology glossary Comfort & other Remote control / data visualization via Spy software E-grade evaluation versions available (valid for 30 days) Storage/loading temperature control programs onto USB stick Service data recorders (flight recorder) Process data recording directly to a USB stick: . pump circuit [LED 6] Green. HT cooler [LED 10] Blue.G@te. pump circuit [LED 4] Green. Circulation active:[LED 3]. 5 Standard on Unistats.G@te or POKO/ECS interface. VPC pressure Calendar start 3. hea!ng [LED 8] Green. pump circuit [LED 7] Orange. Via optional Com.08 . actual value process . [LED 4]. 7 Via optional Com. Only in connection with the operating state “Circulation active”. internal temperature sensor [LED 3] Green. cooling capacity %.G@te. Only for temperature control units with HT cooling. HT cooling active: [LED 8] and [LED 9] illuminate. Cooling active: [LED 8] and [LED 9] illuminate.setpoint.5 Unistat® LED diagram Diagram [LED 1] [LED 6] [LED 3] [LED 2] [LED 7] [LED 1] Red. [LED 5] and [LED 6] illuminate.

you can reset the time and date.2. If.2.6 Clock/event function 3.06. 3. During this time. it can be safely assumed that the rechargeable accumulator is defective. which is automatically charged when the temperature control unit is switched on.2 Programmable event function The “Calendar Start” offers a programmable event function. This enables you to enter a time at which the event is repeatedly triggered on a daily basis (until the activity in the menu is reset). leaving the temperature control unit switched on for a few hours will usually suffice (no temperature control required). The energy required for this purpose is provided by a rechargeable accumulator. time and date have been deleted. When canceling a dialog or dialog sequence. The telephone number can be found on page 90 in section »Phone number and company address«.1 Rechargeable accumulator “Pilot ONE” is fitted with a clock that continues to run even when the temperature control unit is switched off.7 Operation via the touch screen The entire operation is via the >Touchscreen< [88]. Unistat® 39 .6. Only in connection with the operating state “Circulation active”. 2 event types are currently selectable: 3. These functions can be activated by tapping the displayed text boxes/icons once. 3. The accumulator is dimensioned so that the clock can also continue to run for prolonged switch-off intervals (up to several months). If after switching the unit off and back on again.08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded. 3. you will be prompted for the number of the program to be started. 3.1. If the temperature control unit is not active. Check your already carried out settings and re-enter as needed.2 Event function “Program event” After selecting “Program event” when configuring the event function. contact Customer Support. it may be necessary to confirm the cancellation again. after extremely prolonged switch-off time.Function description Chapter 3 OPERATION MANUAL Heating active: [LED 7] illuminates. V1.6. this will also be started. In this case. This also changes the display.14//13. INFORMATION You can cancel the current dialog or dialog sequence at any time by pressing the “ESC” touch button. the previously set time and date re-appear.6.1 Event function “Alarm clock event” Several acoustic signals are used.6. The program will be started automatically when the programmed event time is reached. When canceling a dialog sequence. settings made earlier in the dialog sequence are discarded.0en/03.

8. heating..8. In the internal control mode the internal temperature (flow/jacket temperature) and during cascade control the process temperature (reactor temperature) is displayed. pump).8.8. 3. Shows both standard variables (setpoint. internal/process control mode active). 40 Unistat® Liability for errors and misprints excluded. Upon reaching this OT cut-out value.06. V1.). heating active.1 The touchscreen [88] The most important display and operating instrument. 3.8.8.4 The LED-Indicator Status [92] Displays status information about the operating state of the temperature control unit (process temperature. Active states are displayed by illuminated LEDs. cooling.1.Function description OPERATION MANUAL 3. The green display shows the actual value. chiller active. error information output and operation.8.3 The LED-Indicator Flow Chart [91] Shows status information about the operating state of the temperature control unit (e.08 .8. setpoint thresholds. circulation active.14//13. 3.g..2 The LED-Indicator Temperature [90] The red display represents the set cut-out value (overtemperature).8.0en/03. and also menu guidance. [88] [91] [92] [89] [88] Touchscreen [89] Fixing screw for Pilot ONE [90] LED-Indicator Temperature [91] LED-Indicator Flow Chart [92] LED-Indicator Status The following meters are available: >Touchscreen< [88] >LED-Indicator Temperature< [90] >LED-Indicator Flow Chart< [91] >LED-Indicator Status< [92] 3. 8. Active states are displayed by LEDs.8 Chapter 3 Display instruments Display instruments [90] 8. actual value. the temperature control unit switches off automatically <Safety function!>.

Function description Chapter 3 3. Unistat® 41 .08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded.06. menu items.9. Dialogues may appear e.3 The sub-categories The sub-categories are parts of a category. When cancelling a dialog with the “ESC” touch button it may be necessary to confirm the cancellation again.g. The touchbuttons Depending on the situation.4 The dialogs Tapping on a category or sub-category displays its dialogs. sub-categories. A category is selected by tapping it. V1. Not all the categories also contain sub-categories.9 Example “Control instruments” OPERATION MANUAL Control instruments [Category] Pictogram with text [Sub-category] Pictogram with adjacent text [A] [Dialog] Only text or if nec. the touch buttons can be assigned different functions. Tap on a sub-category to select it. the category/ sub-category or the Favourites menu is automatically closed and you return to the "Home" screen.1.1 To exit the “Categories Menu”. press the “Home” touch button (house) or the arrow.2 The categories For clarity we have grouped the Operation and Setting of Pilot ONE in various categories. 3.9. This is where you will find the entries that we have grouped together for you in the selected category. as text. figure keypad [A] [A] [A] Touchbu on INFORMATION 3.14//13. Dialogs allow you for example to enter settings or start created temperature control programs. After 2 minutes of inactivity. Dialogs are not canceled/closed after 2 minutes of inactivity. Within a dialog.9. 3. 3. selection must always be confirmed with the “OK” touch button.9. a numeric or a alphanumeric keyboard. For example: Select the “Home” screen (house) Back (arrow to left) Favourites (star) Add to favorites (star with a plus sign) Select the “Categories Menu” (menu) Confirm entry Start/stop etc.0en/03.

PROCEDURE Go to the “Home” screen. 3.x Acve Board: Vxx.xxxxxxxx.10.0en/03.xx. You will be returned to the previous screen.2 Start & Stop How to start and stop the temperature control process. The correct selection will be displayed graphically and temperature control will stop immediately and the pump with overrun for about 30 secons. Liability for errors and misprints excluded. you can also stop Degassing. After this. Tap on the “Home” touchbutton (house) to return to the “Home” screen. Start Tap on the “Start” touchbutton. After this. this is displayed graphically for 2 seconds.xx. Confirm the start of temperature control by tapping on “OK”. Venting and Circulation. V1.x CAN controller: Vxx.xxx Bootloader version: xxxxxxxxx. Tap on the sub-category “Software Version”. The software versions of the electronics will be displayed: Display of software versions Device name Operating temperature range Serial number: xxxxx Load Code: xxxxxxxxx Create Code: xxxxxxxxx Pilot version: xxxxxxxxx. the display will return to the “Home” screen again.08 .14//13. Prerequisites: You have entered a setpoint.Function description OPERATION MANUAL Chapter 3 3.10.xxxxxxxx. Tap on the category “System Info”. Stop Tap on the “Stop” touchbutton.1 Display of software version PROCEDURE Go to the “Categories Menu”. Tap on the category “System Settings”. If tapping on “OK” is not correct.xx.x jjjj-mm- 00:00:00 Serial number: xxxxxxx OS version: x. Try to start the temperature control unit again. the display will return to the “Home” screen again. this is displayed graphically for 2 seconds.xxx mmm  jjjj 00:00:00 Serial number: xxxxxxx Acve Board bootloader revision: x.10 Function examples 3. Wait until the pump stops.1. INFORMATION 42 Unistat® With the “Stop” touchbutton.xx. Try to stop the temperature control unit again.06. The correct selection will be displayed graphically and temperature control will start immediately. Tap on the “OK” touchbutton after you have read/checked the information.x Tap either the “ESC” or “OK” touchbutton. Confirm the stop of temperature control by tapping on “OK”. If tapping on “OK” is not correct. The requirement for this is that the corresponding task is active.

heating variable 100 % .) again.Function description Chapter 3 3.08 No output Liability for errors and misprints excluded.G@te On Control parameter Acoustics Menu Standard value Programmer Description Unit Control Data = value is not reset Unit Control Data without OT = value is reset All together INFORMATION Your setting Display functions .Setting measurement range -40 °C … 100 °C .10.Calibration No calibration . This is useful if you want to reverse various settings relatively quickly. Restoring the factory settings cannot be revoked. Unistat® 43 . Com.Inactive menu options Show .Analogue interface Config. cutout value etc. input .Max. thermal fluid used. cooling variable 100 % .G@te (only if Com. do not switch off the temperature control unit until the application allows this.G@te is connected) .Resolution Temperature 0.Messages Manual acknowledge .Delta T limit 100 K .Max.Warnings Manual acknowledge .06. Restoring the factory settings is only possible if the temperature control unit is not carrying out a task. If a task is active.Meaning AIF input Input off .1. Depending on the type of resetting to factory settings performed you may have to enter parameters (process safety.Filter constants 2 Config.0en/03.Response on cable break Trigger alarm .01 K (with CC “Basic”: 0.3 OPERATION MANUAL Restore factory settings Use this function to reset the temperature control unit to various basic states.1 K) Display modes Unistat: Graphics.14//13.Current/voltage switchover Current . analogue Cut-out .On error.Max. output .AIF output variable V1. CC: Normal AutoStart response Off/Standby Limits . permissible power draw (230 V machines) Not defined (is queried at the start of Pilot ONE) Com.

RS232/RS485 Hardware RS RS232 Baud rate 9.500 l/min.Function description No calibration Com. of liters 0 Use of bypass No . of liters 0 . V1.POKO alarm Off Attributes (other) .Configuration manual parameters Change control parameters .Control mode Speed control Controller parameterization Automatic control parameters .0en/03.Chilling bath/cooling (CC-E only) None Sensor calibration Automated compressor Permanently on Enter program No program present Pump settings . no general values Fluid attributes .600 Baud Device address 1 .Setpoint pump pressure 500 mbar .Change thermal fluid Thermal fluid No data No. .Select auto/manual . CC: 2.Use of bypass No . speed 3.Setpoint pump speed Unistat: max.06. small overshoot Controller parameter Dependent on SimFile.Setting output range Programmer Standard value Unit Control Data Description Unit Control Data without OT Chapter 3 All together OPERATION MANUAL Your setting .08 .500 l/min.14//13.Thermal fluid No data .Configuration auto Control dynamics Fast.Calibration Control parameter -40 °C … 100 °C Menu .G@te .No.ECS Standby No impact .1.Internal KP 44 Unistat® 200 Liability for errors and misprints excluded.

working temperature + 20 K .Max.Cascade jacket control KP 200 .7 .0 .Internal TV Control parameter 100 Menu .0.Warning time limit (CC-E only) 30 min . process Min. internal Min.Freeze protection Off Setpoint 20 °C Setpoint limiting .Min.IP address 0.Remote Access Deactivated Time format Minutes 2.255.Max. process Max. Unistat® 45 .G@te .Subnet mask 255.Lower alarm limit.46 (Service function for switching from RidR to standard structure) Off Com.Upper alarm threshold.Minimum Setpoint 5 °C .Lower alarm threshold.Cascade process control TV -13.Function description 0 . working temperature – 20 K .0en/03.14//13.Cascade process control TN 231. Setpoint 5 °C V1. internal Max. level (for devices with analogue level sensor) 0% .1.Cascade process control KP 4.Hydrostatic correction 1.Internal TN Programmer Standard value Unit Control Data Description Unit Control Data without OT OPERATION MANUAL All together Chapter 3 Your setting Safety function .06.000 mbar . level (for devices with analogue level sensor) 100 % .31 .255. working temperature + 20 K . working temperature – 20 K .Upper alarm threshold.0. setpoint 35 °C Language Undefined Temperature format °C Temperature control mode Internal Favourites menu No user menus available Pilot ONE Ethernet .08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded.0 .

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PROCEDURE
Go to the “Categories Menu”.
Tap on the category “System Settings”.
Tap on the category “Factory Settings”.
Choose between the dialog entries “Unit Control Data without OT”, “Menu”, “Programmer” and
“Com.G@te”. These entries do not restore the overtemperature protection. Tap on the required
dialog entry.
Tap on the “OK” touchbutton to confirm your choice.
Read the message displayed. Tapping on “Yes” restores the factory settings, tapping on “No”
cancels the procedure. The message “Restart system!” appears on the >Touchscreen< [88].
Switch the temperature control unit off. The selected control data have been reset.
3.10.3.2

Restore to factory settings including overtemperature protection

PROCEDURE
Go to the “Categories Menu”.
Tap on the category “System Settings”.
Tap on the category “Factory Settings”.
Choose between the dialog entries “Unit Control Data” and “All together”. These entries also
reset the overtemperature protection. Tap on the required dialog entry.
Tap on the “OK” touchbutton to confirm your choice.
Read the message displayed. Tapping on “Yes” restores the factory settings, tapping on “No”
cancels the procedure.

INFORMATION

In the following dialog, enter the overtemperature protection suitable to the thermal fluid used.
To reset the cut-out values of the overtemperature protection to the factory setting from within
the controller of Pilot ONE, enter for “Heater” 35 °C and for the expansion vessel 45 °C. The “Process Safety” is factory set to “Stop”; this mode must be manually set to “Stop” (factory settings).
Enter the temperature unit you want to use with Pilot ONE. The choices are “Celsius (°C)”, “Kelvin (K)” and “Fahrenheit (°F)”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Read the message and confirm by tapping on “OK”.
Read the safety warning and confirm by tapping on “OK”.
Read the Note and confirm by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the temperature format set by you in the controller (green text).
Enter the displayed red safety code using the number keypad that appears.
Enter the value 35 °C for the “Heating OT value” using the number keypad that appears.
Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”.
Read the message and confirm by tapping on “OK”.
Read the safety warning and confirm by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the temperature format set by you in the controller (green text).
Enter the displayed red safety code using the number keypad that appears.
Enter the value 45 °C for the “Exp. vessel OT value” using the number keypad that appears.
Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”. The message “Restart system!” appears on the >Touchscreen< [88].
Switch off the temperature control unit.

INFORMATION

The “Process safety” is set ex factory to “Stop”. Restoring the factory settings does not reset this
mode. You must set this mode manually either to “Stop” (factory setting) or “Process Safety”.
Set process safety to factory setting
Switch the temperature control unit on.
Tap on the required system language.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the thermal fluid used.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Read the message and confirm by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the volume using the number keypad that appears.

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Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”.
Confirm the preset IP address by tapping on “OK”. In this way, you can skip the network settings.
Go to the “Categories Menu”.
Tap on the category “Safety”.
Tap on the category “Process Safety”.
Read the safety warning and confirm by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the dialog entry “Stop”.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Go to the “Categories Menu”.
Tap on the category “System Settings”.
Tap on the category “Factory Settings”.
Tap on the dialog entry “Unit Control Data without OT”.
Tap on the “OK” touchbutton to confirm your choice.
Read the message displayed. Tapping on “Yes” restores the factory settings, tapping on “No”
cancels the procedure.
Switch the temperature control unit off. The temperature control unit has been reset.

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Chapter 4

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4.1

Setup mode

CAUTION

4.1.1

Moving the temperature control unit during operation
SERIOUS BURNS/FREEZING OF THE HOUSING PARTS/ESCAPING THERMAL FLUID
Do not move temperature control units that are in operation.

Turning on the temperature control unit

PROCEDURE
Turn on the temperature control unit at the >Mains isolator< [36].
First a system test will be run to check that the temperature control unit is fully functional. The
check covers all sensors, the all-pole cut-out isolation relay for the power supply and the power
electronics in the main heater, as well as the main heater itself. In case of malfunction or if a
warning is output, a message appears on the >Touchscreen< [88]. In case of doubt, contact Customer Support (the telephone number can be found on page 90 in section »Phone number and
company address«).

INFORMATION

The following data entry is required only for:
a.) initial startup
b) reseting the temperature control unit to the factory settings
(see page 43, section »Restore factory settings«).
After switching on the temperature control unit, tap on the required system language.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the thermal fluid used.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Read the message and confirm by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the volume using the number keypad that appears.
Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”.

INFORMATION

If your temperature control unit is not integrated into a network, confirm the preset IP address
(0.0.0.0) by tapping on “OK”. This skips the network settings.
Enter the required IP address using the number keypad that appears.
Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”.
Enter the required Subnet Mask using the number keypad that appears.
Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”.
Tap on the required remote control mode.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.

4.1.2
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Setting the overtemperature protection
The overtemperature protection is not correctly set to the thermal fluid used
MORTAL DANGER FROM FIRE
The overtemperature protection must be correctly set to the thermal fluid you are using.
Always observe the safety data sheet for the thermal fluid.
Different working temperature ranges may apply for open and closed systems.
For Huber thermal fluids:
For Huber thermal fluids, the maximum usable working temperature range is already indicated.
Set the cut-out value of the overtemperature protection to the upper temperature limit of the
working range of the thermal fluid.
For thermal fluids of other manufacturers:
Set the cut-out value of the overtemperature protection at least 25 Kbelow the combustion
point of the thermal fluid.

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a shutdown would be fatal.1. Enter the value for the “Heating OT value” using the number keypad that appears. Unistat® 49 . you will be prompted to enter a randomly generated and displayed code via the number field displayed. the OT may be triggered due to tolerances. If the temperature of the just filled thermal fluid is higher than the set cut-out value of the overtemperature protection. The usable working temperature range may be less.Setup mode Chapter 4 INFORMATION 4. In a classic setting and after reaching the cut-out value. Tap on the category “Overtemperature”. During operation.0en/03.06.2 Setting “OT limit: heating” PROCEDURE Go to the “Categories Menu”. When resetting to factory settings. If faults are detected. The flow temperature is monitored to ensure the safety of your system. It is set immediately after you fill the system with thermal fluid. Only after successful entry will you be able to change the cut-out value. In this mode. the cut-out value of the overtemperature protection is set to 35 °C. Tap on the dialog entry “OT limit: heating”. Set the overtemperature protection to the thermal fluid you are using.2. V1.1 OPERATION MANUAL The maximum settable cut-out value of the OT corresponds. Tap on the category “Safety”.1. This value must be 25 K below the combustion point of the thermal fluid you are using. Our temperature control units offer you the possibility to work with the shutdown mode Process Safety. When setting a new cut-out value for the overtemperature protection. if the overtemperature protection is correctly set. Under certain circumstances. the temperature control unit switches off both the temperature control as well as the circulation (Stop according to DIN EN 61010). In this case. Thus there is a possibility to react to the exothermic reaction. General information on the overtemperature protection The overtemperature protection is a device in the temperature control unit that works independently of the controller. Our temperature control units offer not only the possibility to set the cut-out value of the overtemperature protection but they also offer the possibility to define the shutdown mode of the temperature control unit. for HUBER thermal fluids. Tap on the temperature format set by you in the controller (green text). Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”. Enter the displayed red safety code using the number keypad that appears.2. Thus. an alarm is triggered by the temperature control unit shortly after turning on the power. the overtemperature protection is not reset to the default shutdown mode “Stop according to DIN EN 61010”! Upon delivery. to the specified upper working temperature of the thermal fluid.1. The software and hardware is designed to test key functions and operating states during a self-test after the power supply has been switched on. however.14//13. temperature control (cooling) and circulation continue to work. When controlling the temperature at the upper working temperature limit. the enabling of the electrical assemblies in the temperature control unit is blocked. Read the safety warning and confirm by tapping on “OK”. the sensors are tested for short-circuit and interruption. a strong exothermic reaction near the cut-out value may lead to a shutdown of the temperature control unit. Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded. a possible defect in the activation of the heating is monitored. INFORMATION The default shutdown mode of the overtemperature protection is “Stop according to DIN EN 61010”. 4.

Tap on the temperature format set by you in the controller (green text). You will receive an overview of the current measured temperature value of the overtemperature protection sensor. PROCEDURE Go to the “Categories Menu”. V1. vessel OT value” using the number keypad that appears. Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”. Enter the displayed red safety code using the number keypad that appears. Tap on the “OK” touchbutton after you have read/checked the information.1. the heater switches off and the cooling circuit and circulation pump continue to operate. Tap on the category “Safety”. Process safety Once the overtemperature protection cut-out value is reached. Choose between the modes “Stop” and “process safety”. the set cut-out values and the set cut-out mode (Process Safety). and so 2 values are shown for these temperature control units.08 .1.1. Read the safety warning and confirm by tapping on “OK”. Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”. 4. Tap on the category “Process Safety”. Please make sure the automatic compressor is set to Permanently on.5 Monitoring via “Display OT values” PROCEDURE Go to the “Categories Menu”. 4.2.2. Tap on the category “Safety”.4 Setting “Process Safety” You have two options. you therefore have the full cooling capacity available.1.06. 4. Tap on the category “Overtemperature”. Tap on the category “Display OT values”.2. Stop in accordance with DIN EN 61010 Once the overtemperature protection cut-out value is reached. the temperature control unit (heating.1. cooling circuit and circulation pump) switches off (default setting).Setup mode OPERATION MANUAL 4.3 Chapter 4 Setting “OT expansion vessel” PROCEDURE Go to the “Categories Menu”. Tap on the dialog entry “OT expansion vessel”. Read the safety warning and confirm by tapping on “OK”. Some temperature control units have 2 overtemperature protection sensors. In case of need (possible exothermic heat).14//13. Tap on the category “Safety”. Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.0en/03. The steps below are carried out without permanent monitoring of the temperature control unit DAMAGE TO AND IN THE VICINITY OF THE TEMPERATURE CONTROL UNIT The following actions may only be carried out while constantly monitoring the temperature control unit and the application! Liability for errors and misprints excluded. Enter the value for the “Exp.3 HAZARD NOTE 50 Unistat® Testing overtemperature protection for functionality Overtemperature protection (OT) does not trip MORTAL DANGER FROM FIRE Test the response of the device every month and after each change of the thermal fluid in order to assure proper functioning.

Tap on the category “Safety”. As soon as the set OT value is exceeded. The correct selection will be displayed graphically and temperature control will start immediately. Enter the previously noted value (“Current Setting”) using the number keypad that appears. Go to the “Home” screen. Confirm the start of temperature control by tapping on “OK”. Go to the “Categories Menu”. Tap on the temperature format set by you in the controller (green text).Setup mode Chapter 4 INFORMATION OPERATION MANUAL Run the test only if the temperature of the thermal fluid used is about 20 °C. Tap on the dialog entry “OT limit: heating”. Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.0en/03. Note “Current Setting” value: 125.00 °C 2. After the test. Try to start the temperature control unit again. After this. Go to the “Categories Menu”. Read the safety warning and confirm by tapping on “OK”. Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”. V1. Steps to test the correct functioning of the overtemperature protection: PROCEDURE Note the value displayed on the “Home” screen under “Tinternal”. Switch the temperature control unit off and back on again.00 °C (3 K above the newly set “Heating OT value”) 5. Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”. Unistat® 51 . Try changing the setpoint again. Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”. This value should be 5 K above the noted “Tinternal” value.08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded. INFORMATION Example of required notes: 1. Reset the “Heating OT value” to the correct “Heating OT value” (25 K below the combustion point of the thermal fluid used): 125. this is displayed graphically for 2 seconds. the display will return to the “Home” screen again. You will receive the message “Failure -1: Overtemperature protection has operated” on the touchscreen. the display will return to the “Home” screen again. this is displayed graphically for 2 seconds. After this. If tapping on “OK” is not correct. Tap on the category “Overtemperature”. The overtemperature protection function test is finished. Enter the new “Heating OT value” using the number keypad that appears. Tap on the category “Safety”. Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”. Confirm the message by tapping on “OK”. confirm your entry again by tapping on “OK”. The correct selection will be displayed graphically and the setpoint will be changed immediately. this OT value must be 25 K below the combustion point of the thermal fluid used again. If tapping on “OK” is not correct.00 °C. Read the safety warning and confirm by tapping on “OK”. Note the value displayed under “Current Setting”. In the display that follows.06.1. Check the set value under “OT limit: heating”.00 °C (5 K above the note “Tinternal” value) 4. Enter a new setpoint using the number keypad that appears. Enter the displayed red safety code using the number keypad that appears. Read the safety warning and confirm by tapping on “OK”. Enter the displayed red safety code using the number keypad that appears. Note “Tinternal” value: 20. Newly set the TSetpoint: 28. the overtemperature protection is triggered. Tap on the “Start” touchbutton. Tap on the keypad symbol next to “TSetpoint”. This setpoint should be 3 K higher than the newly set “Heating OT value”.00 °C 3. Newly set “Heating OT value”: 25. Tap on the category “Overtemperature”. Tap on the temperature format set by you in the controller (green text).14//13. Tap on the dialog entry “OT limit: heating”. You must NOT leave the temperature control unit unattended during the entire test of the overtemperature protection.

Set the value of Delta T in line with the glass apparatus. V1.1.1. Tap on the sub-category “Delta T limiter”. the better the energy transmission and hence the faster the speed reaches the setpoint. [A] [A] [B] [B] [C] [C] [A] Pt100 socket for connec!ng an external process sensor [B] Internal Pt100 temperature sensor (internal temperature) [C] External Pt100 temperature sensor (process temperature) 52 Unistat® Liability for errors and misprints excluded. INFORMATION The temperature dynamics inside the reactor/process temperature are dictated by the flow temperature. 4. However.0en/03. The greater the permitted Delta T. With the optional Com. an Ethernet and USB port is available at the Pilot ONE and a RS232 interface at the temperature control unit. ideally send the specification of the temperature setpoint digitally to the temperature control unit. 4. section »Interfaces and software update«.14//13. If a process control system is used.08 .4. Optionally you can integrate the temperature control unit in a Profibus environment. Confirm your entry by tapping on the “OK” touchbutton. For more information.06. For this purpose.glass apparatus). Tap on the category “Protection Options”.1. an additional RS485 interface is added to your temperature control unit. This difference in temperature may have to be restricted depending on the application (glass apparatus).1 Changing the Delta T limiter PROCEDURE Go to the “Categories Menu”.Setup mode OPERATION MANUAL 4.G@te.g.4 Chapter 4 Adjusting the Delta T limiter NOTE The Delta T limiter has not been adjusted to the used glass apparatus DAMAGE CAUSED BY GLASS APPARATUS BURSTING Adjust the Delta T value to your application. This increases the productivity of the system as a whole and thus saves energy in the long term. INFORMATION Diagram of temperature control circuit The capacity adjustment of the temperature control unit is optimized so that the specified processes are run through in the fastest possible time. see the pages from 73. For many temperature control tasks it is sufficient to use the factory-set control parameter. A differential temperature (Delta T) occurs between the flow temperature and the temperature inside the reactor. Our years of experience and current developments in control technology are used in these control parameters. damage could result if the temperature difference limits are exceeded (bursting of the application e.2 The temperature control circuit Every temperature control unit with a Pilot ONE control panel has its own PID controller for internal and process temperature control.

g. This Pt100 temperature sensor is built into the device and is located close to thermal fluid outlet (forward flow) or in the bath tank. The connection cable should not be unnecessarily long. Choose between the entries “Internal” and “Process (Cascade)”. When setting the temperature to process temperature. The setpoint setting is valid for the process controller. Tap on the category “Process/Internal”.3 1 2 3 t [A] Internal temperature [C] Setpoint Temperature control to process temperature Certain temperature control tasks require that the temperature is recorded elsewhere for best results than described.2. The process sensor (Pt100) must have a screened supply cable. Tap on the category “Temperature Control”. It in turn calculates a target value for the internal controller to optimally adjust the process setpoint.2.Setup mode Chapter 4 4.1 OPERATION MANUAL Select temperature control: Internal or process PROCEDURE Go to the “Categories Menu”. for the thermostatic control of jacket vessels. Make sure that the process sensor is properly attached at the measurement point and that there is good thermal coupling The sensor itself must have good insulation from the screen or the protective grounding (R > 20 MΩ).2 Temperature control to internal temperature With internal temperature control.2.1.08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded.0en/03. The internal sensor at the supply line is integrated with the slave controller. This temperature control method is used e. Representation of an optimum internal temperature control °C [C] [A] 0 4. V1.14//13. Setting the temperature to process temperature makes alternatives available. NOTE Incorrect installation of the process sensor (Pt100) MATERIAL DAMAGE CAUSED BY FAULTY TEMPERATURE CONTROL Disruption of measured value recording due to static build-up. 4. an additionally connected external Pt100 temperature sensor is used in conjunction with a master controller (cascade controller).06. If the sensor tube is metallic. take care to avoid ground loops. Unistat® 53 . a control circuit is used to control the temperature at the internal Pt100 temperature sensor. Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.

1. the temperature difference between the forward flow and the process temperature is evaluated. This applies for all temperature sensors connected within the temperature control unit. The Delta T limiter is not a safety device.g.0en/03. With Huber temperature control units. you can adjust the control parameters.Setup mode OPERATION MANUAL Representation of an optimum process temperature control Chapter 4 °C [A] [C] [B] 0 4.08 . MATERIAL DAMAGE TO THE APPLICATION Only use this mode if you have a thorough knowledge of I&C technology. The Delta T limiter is given a limit value. 4. As the limit value is approached. To enter settings in “Expert Mode” requires in-depth knowledge of process measur- 54 Unistat® Liability for errors and misprints excluded. Here you can select whether the control parameters are set in the “Automatic mode” or in the “Expert mode”.4 1 2 3 t [A] Internal temperature [B] Process temperature [C] Setpoint Delta T limiter The Delta T limiter is a part of the temperature control which protects the system or the process. from glass apparatus.5 Monitoring the Pt100 temperature sensors The Pt100 temperature sensors are constantly monitored for their electrical status. Depending on the facilities of the temperature control unit.06. Use of the “Expert mode” without a thorough knowledge of I&C technology.14//13. If the limit value and the temperature sensor are set properly. If the status “Sensor faulty” occurs during temperature control. the temperature control process is stopped immediately and a device message is displayed.2.6 Optimum control parameters for optimum temperature control If the adjustment of the temperature does not correspond to the quality of the illustrations shown above.7 NOTE (standard) (only useful for bath thermostats with E-grade Basic and internal control) (from E-Grade Exklusiv) (Unistat from E-Grade Exklusiv) Sub-category “Select auto/expert”. The Delta T limiter then reacts when the limit value is reached during heating or cooling. the load limits. e.2. The default setting of the limit value is given at 100 K. the cooling or heating capacity is adjusted. there are various ways of finding the optimum control parameters. V1. 4.2. In the “Process (Cascade)” temperature control mode.2. you can choose the following processes: Use ex-factory parameters Estimate Control Parameters Fast Identification With Preliminary Test 4. are not exceeded.

Tap on the category “TAC/Manual”. Choose between the dialog entries “Internal” and “Process (Cascade)”.06. The current control parameters will be overwritten.1. Further information about this is provided on page 34 in the Section »Information on the thermal fluids«. If the thermal fluid that you use is not shown in the list. Tap on the sub-category “Select auto/expert”.1 Dialog entry: “Estimate Control Parameters” Even with the simple temperature control units. Unistat® 55 . Here. Tap on the dialog entry “Estimate Control Parameters”. Tap on the sub-category “Find parameters”. 4. Read the message displayed and confirm it by tapping on “OK”.1 Sub-category: “Find parameters” 4. Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”. Tap on the sub-category “Configuration auto”. make sure that the temperature control unit has reached the set setpoint and has been controlling the temperature at this setpoint for a few minutes. Go to the “Categories Menu”. Tap on the category “Temperature Control”. we offer a further advantage in comparison with comparable bath thermostats available on the market. Tap on the category “TAC/Manual”. Read the message and confirm it by tapping on “Yes”. INFORMATION All the necessary technical data for the thermal fluids listed for Pilot ONE are stored in the controller.Setup mode Chapter 4 OPERATION MANUAL ing and control technology. This is how to change mode: PROCEDURE Go to the “Categories Menu”.8. Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.8.8 INFORMATION Sub-category: “Configuration auto” You can only select this menu entry if “Automatic mode” is set. INFORMATION In “Expert mode”. Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”. V1.0en/03. Tap on the category “Process/Internal”. Tap twice on the “Arrow” touchbutton to return to the category “Temperature Control”.2.2.14//13. Select the thermal fluid used from the list. Incorrect or insufficient settings can severely impair the function of the temperature control unit. Tap on the category “Temperature Control”. Do not make any changes to the temperature control unit and the application during parameter determination.2. This version is available with bath thermostats without connected external application. choose the most similar thermal fluid with regard to temperature range and viscosity. Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded. PROCEDURE Before setting the control parameters. “Configuration auto” is deactivated and only “Configuration manual” is possible. 4.1. Choose between the dialog entries “Automatic mode” and “Expert mode”. Do not stop the temperature control. Tap on “OK” to confirm your choice. Enter the filling volume using the number keypad that appears. you can modify an existing control parameter set by entering the thermal fluid used and the quantity of thermal fluid.

1. A further optimization of control behavior can be achieved if you select the control parameterization “With Preliminary Test”.Setup mode OPERATION MANUAL 4. One of these is below room temperature. Do not stop the temperature control. make sure that the temperature control unit has reached the set setpoint and has been controlling the temperature at this setpoint for a few minutes. These control parameters achieve a fast and very accurate tuning performance. if the hydraulic build-up cannot be adjusted to the necessary circulation volumes. finding the parameters takes correspondingly longer in this mode.g. the control parameters within the set limits of the minimum and maximum setpoint are determined. change of position of Pt100 process sensor etc.8. Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”. Setting of the control parameters using “Fast Identification” starts and after a while a message appears on the display.8. Further information on this is provided on page 35 in the Section »To be noted when planning the test«. With this. A limitation to the actually used operating temperaturerange is advantageous. filling / draining process chamber. if the setpoint limits allow this. Choose between the dialog entries “Internal” and “Process (Cascade)”. Tap on the category “TAC/Manual”. INFORMATION Before starting the automatic controller parameterization. Changes include e. Changes include e. Tap on the sub-category “Find parameters”. Do not make any changes to the temperature control unit and the application during parameter determination.g. Temperature control is then also carried out to the setpoint limits in some circumstances. Go to the “Categories Menu”. Read the message displayed and confirm it by tapping on “OK”.2. filling / draining process chamber. in particular. the “Fast Identification” of the control circuit may not yet lead to optimum control. Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.3 Dialog entry: “With Preliminary Test” (only with Unistat) In some complex applications. the “Fast Identification” of the control process provides you with very quick and reliabe adapted control parameters.08 . 4. Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”. Tap on the category “Temperature Control”. Since the working temperature range can sometimes be very large.2 Chapter 4 Dialog entry: “Fast Identification” In relation to the little effort. INFORMATION Do not make any changes to the temperature control unit and to the application (temperature control unit / external application) after your system has been started. Unistats require only in very rare cases the more complex but also more precise identification “With Preliminary Test". Read the message displayed and confirm it by tapping on “OK”. Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”. Select the thermal fluid used from the list.1. changing the mixer speed. Tap on the sub-category “Configuration auto”. This should be at least 10 K away from the current setpoint. verify the correct setting of the minimum and maximum setpoint. Do not make any changes to the temperature control unit and to the application (temperature control unit / external application) after your system has been started. one roughly at room temperature and one above room temperature. change of position of Pt100 process sensor etc.14//13. Tap on the dialog entry “Fast Identification”. 56 Unistat® Liability for errors and misprints excluded. changing the mixerspeed. PROCEDURE Before setting the control parameters.0en/03.2. The control defines up to three temperature setpoints and automatically processes them one after another. This can happen. V1. Enter a new setpoint using the number keypad that appears.06.1.

Tap on the dialog entry “With Preliminary Test”. Go to the “Categories Menu”. Tap on the category “Temperature Control”. The statement “without overshooting” is only valid with little external disturbance influence. In order to achieve the best possible energy transfer.06. section »To be noted when planning the test«.08 1 2 3 Liability for errors and misprints excluded. INFORMATION Internal.Setup mode Chapter 4 OPERATION MANUAL PROCEDURE Before setting the control parameters. °C [C] [A] 0 V1.1.2 Sub-category: “Control Dynamics” You can choose between a faster tuning performance with a possible and accepted small temperature overshoot and a tuning performance without temperature overshoot. In contrast to the mode “Fast. Select the thermal fluid used from the list. The target temperature is approached more cautiously and thus aperiodic. make sure that the temperature control unit has reached the set setpoint and has been controlling the temperature at this setpoint for a few minutes.2. Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.0en/03. it becomes the leading temperature. small overshoot”. aperiodic temperature control The adjustment behavior can be selected at any time without reactivating the “Find control parameters”. The overshoot always refers to the leading temperature. If. Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”. Please note the specifications on page 35. Read the message displayed and confirm it by tapping on “OK”. Setting the control parameters using “With Preliminary Test” starts and a message appears on the touchscreen after a while. t [A] Internal temperature [C] Setpoint Unistat® 57 . This is only possible with the maximum possible volume flow of the thermal fluid. the largest possible temperature difference between bath or flow temperature and the process temperature is necessary (see Figure »Representation of an optimum process temperature control« starting on page 53. Choose between the dialog entries “Internal” and “Process (Cascade)”. The setting “Fast.8. Tap on the sub-category “Configuration auto”. the bath or flow temperature must always be ahead of the process temperature. In contrast. Do not make any changes to the temperature control unit and the application during parameter determination. small overshoot” hardly ever results in an overshoot of the process temperature because of the combination of high volume flow of the thermal fluid and the superbly designed control electronics while reaching the setpoint as quickly as possible. section »Temperature control to process temperature«). Tap on the sub-category “Find parameters”. The default setting is “Fast. the process temperature control is activated.14//13. small overshoot” is the setting “Without overshoot”. for example. Read the message displayed and confirm it by tapping on “OK”. It takes longer to adjust to the selected setpoint. 4. Do not stop the temperature control. Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”. Tap on the category “TAC/Manual”.

Tap on the category “Temperature Control”. Tap on the category “TAC/Manual”. Read the message and confirm it by tapping on “OK”.2. Tap on the category “TAC/Manual”. Tap on the sub-category “Select Fluid”.3. Tap on the sub-category “Configuration auto”.8. Tap on the sub-category “Configuration auto”. V1.2. Select the thermal fluid used from the list.Setup mode OPERATION MANUAL Internal. you can enter the filling volume of the thermal fluid in your bath/circuit. 58 Unistat® Liability for errors and misprints excluded. Tap on the category “TAC/Manual”. Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.8.0en/03. 4. Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”.1. Tap on the sub-category “Bath/Circulation Volume”. PROCEDURE Go to the “Categories Menu”. you can select the thermal fluid used from a list.3. Enter the filling volume using the number keypad that appears.1 Sub-category „Select Fluid” Under this entry. Choose between the dialog entries “Fast.08 . 4. small overshoot” and “Without overshoot”. Tap on the sub-category “Control Dynamics”.14//13.2 Sub-category: „Bath/Circulation Volume” Under this entry. Tap on the category “Temperature Control”. Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.06. PROCEDURE Go to the “Categories Menu”.2. dynamic temperature control with possible overshooting of the temperature Chapter 4 °C [C] [A] 0 1 2 3 t [A] Internal temperature [C] Setpoint PROCEDURE Go to the “Categories Menu”.8. Tap on the sub-category “Fluid Properties”. Tap on the sub-category “Configuration auto”. Tap on the category “Temperature Control”.3 Sub-category: “Fluid Properties” 4. Tap on the sub-category “Fluid Properties”.

Tap on the sub-category “Display parameters”.1 Sub-category: “Change parameters” In this menu you manually configure the control parameters. Tap on the category “TAC/Manual”. Choose between the dialog entries “Bypass used” and “Bypass not used”. PROCEDURE Go to the “Categories Menu”.9. PROCEDURE Go to the “Categories Menu”. Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”. “Jacket” and “Process”) when using the process temperature as a target value. Consequently. for example. If only the internal temperature is used as a target value.9 Category: “Configuration manual” NOTE Use of the “Expert mode” without a thorough knowledge of I&C technology. Incorrect or insufficient settings can severely impair the function of the temperature control unit.4 Sub-category: “Show Fluid” This entry provides you with an overview of the settings entered. V1. To enter settings in “Expert mode” requires in-depth knowledge of process measuring and control technology. Tap on the sub-category “VPC/Bypass”. Tap on the sub-category “Fluid Properties”.3. Tap on the sub-category “Show Fluid”. Tap on the category “Temperature Control”. Tap on the sub-category “Fluid Properties”.2. 4. If the process temperature is used as the target value.2. also the internal controller can be used. Tap on the sub-category “Configuration auto”.2.2.8. Tap on the category “TAC/Manual”. parameter sets must be entered under all three items (“Internal”.8. Tap on the category “Temperature Control”. Tap on “OK” after you have read/checked the parameters. INFORMATION In “Expert mode”.08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded.2. Tap on the category “Temperature Control”. 4. “Configuration auto” is deactivated only “Configuration manual” is possible. Unistat® 59 .Setup mode Chapter 4 4. when reaching the set point limit or in case of a Delta T limit. you can specify whether you use a bypass or not.14//13. Tap on the sub-category “Configuration auto”. Tap on the category “TAC/Manual”.3. 4.0en/03. MATERIAL DAMAGE TO THE APPLICATION Only use this mode if you have a thorough knowledge of I&C technology. the control parameters are entered only under “Internal”. Tap on “OK” after you have read/checked the entries.4 Sub-category: “Display parameters” Here you can display the set parameters in “Automatic mode”.06.8.3 OPERATION MANUAL Sub-category: “VPC/Bypass” Under this entry.1. PROCEDURE Go to the “Categories Menu”. 4. Tap on the sub-category “Configuration auto”.

“Tn” and “Tv” here one after the other.Setup mode OPERATION MANUAL 4. Tap on the sub-category “Configuration manual”. Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”. 60 Unistat® Liability for errors and misprints excluded.1.1. “Tn” and “Tv” here one after the other. Tap on the category “Temperature Control”. Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”. Tap on the category “Temperature Control”. Tap on the sub-category “Change parameters”.2 Sub-category: “Jacket” Enter the new value for “KP” here. the set manual parameters are displayed.06. V1. Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”. 4.2 Sub-category: “Display parameters” In this function.9. Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”. PROCEDURE Go to the “Categories Menu”.2. PROCEDURE Go to the “Categories Menu”. Tap on the sub-category “Internal”.2. Enter the new “KP” value using the number keypad that appears. Tap on the sub-category “Jacket”.1.3 Sub-category: “Process” Enter the new values for “KP”. Enter the new “KP” value using the number keypad that appears. Enter the new “KP” value using the number keypad that appears. Tap on the sub-category “Configuration manual”.14//13. PROCEDURE Go to the “Categories Menu”. Tap on the sub-category “Change parameters”. 4. Tap on the category “Temperature Control”. Tap on the sub-category “Change parameters”. Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”. Tap on the sub-category “Process”. Enter the new “Tn” value using the number keypad that appears.0en/03. Enter the new “Tv” value using the number keypad that appears. Tap on the sub-category “Configuration manual”.2. Enter the new “Tn” value using the number keypad that appears.9.1. Tap on the category “Temperature Control”.9. Tap on the category “TAC/Manual”. Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”. PROCEDURE Go to the “Categories Menu”. Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”.2.9. 4. Tap on the category “TAC/Manual”. Enter the new “Tv” value using the number keypad that appears. Read the message and confirm it by tapping on “OK”. Tap on the category “TAC/Manual”.1 Chapter 4 Sub-category: “Internal” Enter the new values for “KP”.08 .

Tap on the category “TAC/Manual”. [Minimum working temperature] Lowest possible temperature of the temperature control unit. The maximum setpoint threshold limits the specified setpoint for the flow temperature. [Setpoint] Can only be set in defined range (between maximum/minimum setpoint). 4.2. Depending on the previous setting.10 Sub-category: “Reset parameters” With this function. Tap on “OK” after you have read/checked the parameters.08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded. V1. [Over-temperature treshold] 25 K below combuson point of the thermal fluid. before activating the first temperature control process and when changing the thermal fluid. [Minimum setpoint] Lower thershold for temperature control set by user. [Maximum setpoint] Upper threshold for temperature control set by user. you can reset the control parameters to the factory setting. The temperature control unit can only be operated again after a complete restart. The specified setpoint is possible only in the temperature range between the minimum and maximum setpoint threshold. Tap on the sub-category “Configuration manual”. To do so.1. Tap on the sub-category “Reset parameters”. The minim setpoint threshold protects at low temperatures against excessive viscosity or freezing. Tap on the category “Temperature Control”. for the application range of the thermal fluid concerned. Tap on the sub-category “Display parameters”.06. Unistat® 61 . Read the message and confirm it by tapping on “Yes”. Tap on the sub-category “Display parameters”.11 Sub-category: “Display parameters” In this function. 4.2. Tap on the category “Temperature Control”.Setup mode Chapter 4 OPERATION MANUAL Tap on the category “TAC/Manual”. the set parameters are displayed.14//13. Tap on the category “TAC/Manual”. They should be set.0en/03. The parameters have been reset.12 Overview of the temperature thresholds Setting the setpoint thresholds °C [Maximum working temperature] Highest possible temperature of the temperature control unit. these will be the “Automatic control parameters” or the “Manual control parameters”. switch the temperature control unit off and back on again. PROCEDURE Go to the “Categories Menu”. PROCEDURE Go to the “Categories Menu”. The thresholds for the minimum and maximum setpoint ensure the safety of your system. 4. Tap on “OK” after you have read/checked the parameters. The control parameters are reset/deleted.2.

The following must apply: [Minimum setpoint limit] ≤ [Setpoint] ≤ [Maximum setpoint limit]. After this. remove the >Isolating sleeve< [27] (see page 29.08 . Setting the setpoint PROCEDURE Go to the “Home” screen. a message will appear on the >Touchscreen< [88] and the entry will be ignored. confirm your entry again by tapping on “OK”. V1. venting. this is displayed graphically for 2 seconds. Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”. Enter the new value using the number keypad that appears. 4. Try to change the “Minimum Setpoint” again. The correct selection will be displayed graphically and the “Minimum Setpoint” will be changed immediately. confirm your entry again by tapping on “OK”. Tap on the category “Protection Options”. If these conditions are not met. Open all valves. delete the value just entered either with the “Arrow” key or with the “clear” key. Then the display returns to the category “Setpoint Limits”. Prior to starting up the temperature control unit with an externally closed system. the display will return to the “Home” screen again.3. degassing and draining 4.06. Enter the setpoint again. Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”.13 Check the set values for the minimum and maximum setpoint at any system change. In this case. especially when changing the thermal fluid. this is displayed graphically for 2 seconds. INFORMATION 4. In the display that follows. Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”. Tap on the sub-category “Maximum Setpoint”.0en/03.2. this is displayed graphically for 2 seconds.3 Filling. Try to change the “Maximum Setpoint” again. In the display that follows. Enter the new value using the number keypad that appears. Tap on the category “Setpoint Limits”.14//13. in section »Mounting/removing the Isolating sleeve«). Tap on the sub-category “Minimum Setpoint”. Then the display returns to the category “Setpoint Limits”. The correct selection will be displayed graphically and the setpoint will be changed immediately. Tap on the keypad symbol next to “TSetpoint”. in case of standard devices the >Venting valve expansion vessel< [21] by turning them anti-clockwise (turn 90° left as far as it will go). Liability for errors and misprints excluded. confirm your entry again by tapping on “OK”. The correct selection will be displayed graphically and the “Maximum Setpoint” will be changed immediately. If tapping on “OK” is not correct.Setup mode OPERATION MANUAL Chapter 4 PROCEDURE Go to the “Categories Menu”. Try changing the setpoint again. If tapping on “OK” is not correct.1 Externally closed application WARNING 62 Unistat® Operating an externally closed system with >Isolating sleeve< [27] installed BURSTING DUE TO OVERPRESSURE DURING TEMPERATURE CONTROL. If tapping on “OK” is not correct. Allow the thermal fluid to cool to room temperature.1. Enter a new setpoint using the number keypad that appears. In the display that follows. Shut down the temperature control unit immediately.

14//13.g. safety footwear). respiratory tract. Assume the following volumes for this calculation: [Minimum filling capacity of the temperature control unit] + [Volume of the > Extra expansion vessel< [19] (optional)] + [Volume of the thermal fluid hoses] + [Jacket volume of your application] + [10% / 100 K]. PROCEDURE Open the >Expansion vessel cap< [22] by hand and remove. Fill up the thermal fluid during the venting phase so the thermal fluid level does not fall below the minimum mark in the >Expansion vessel< [18].3. The >Isolating sleeve< [27] can only be mounted in externally open systems in the >Expansion vessel< [18].1. fill the >Expansion vessel< [18] from 50 to 70%. Open all valves. the die >Isolating sleeve< [27] (see page 29 in section »Mounting/removing the Isolating sleeve«). ensure any necessary measures. Danger of slipping through contamination of floor and work area.1. Wear your personnel protective equipment (e. have been taken.1 CAUTION OPERATION MANUAL Filling and venting externally closed application Non-compliance with the safety data sheet for the thermal fluid to be used INJURIES Risk of injury to the eyes. if fitted. temperature-resistant safety gloves. skin. The safety data sheet for the thermal fluid to be used must be read prior to use and its contents respected. Carefully pour a suitable thermal fluid. using the filling accessories (funnel and/or beaker).Setup mode Chapter 4 4. in case of standard devices the >Venting valve expansion vessel< [21] by turning them anti-clockwise (turn 90° left as far as it will go). such as earthing the tanks. funnels and other aids. Fill to the lowest possible height. NOTE Semi-automatic venting DAMAGE TO THE TEMPERATURE CONTROL UNIT An elevated tolerance time for the pressure drop can damage the pump if the thermal fluid level in the system is also too low.0en/03. safety goggles. The thermal fluid flows from the >Expansion vessel< [18] into the temperature control unit and over the hose connection to the external application. Unistat® 63 . Constantly monitor the thermal fluid level in the >Sight glass< [23]. V1. During the fill process. You can see the fill level in the >Sight glass< [23]. through the >Filling port< [17].06. INFORMATION Calculate whether the capacity of the >Expansion vessel< [18] can absorb the expansion volume during operation. Fill levels in the >Sight glass< [23] max [C1] 100 90 80 [B1] 70 60 50 [A] 40 30 20 [B2] 10 min % [C2] [C1] To much thermal fluid [B1] Heated thermal fluid (> 20 °C) / Fill level at first fill Thermostat at upper working temperature [A] Thermal fluid level at room temperature (20 °C) [B2] Cooled thermal fluid (< 20 °C) Thermostat at lower working temperature [C2] Too li#le thermal fluid The figure showing »Connecting/filling externally closed/open applications« can be found on page 7. Observe the local regulations/work instructions.08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded. Before starting the venting process.

do not go beyond the minimum mark of the >Sight glass< [23] and at the “highest” working temperature there should be no overflow from the >Expansion vessel< [18]. 30 seconds. INFORMATION If. the fluid level in the fill level display remains the same when the pump is running and when the pump has stopped. with externally closed applications (reactors). Liability for errors and misprints excluded.06. NOTE 64 Degassing externally closed applications Unistat® Inert gas blanket over the >Expansion vessel< [18] over 0. a sudden overflow from the >Expansion vessel< [18] is to be expected. drain the excess amount of thermal fluid (see page 66. the application has been vented.3. Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”. Tap on the category “Temperature Control”. CAUTION Hot surface on the >Expansion vessel< [18] in “degassing” setup mode BURNS TO LIMBS Do not touch the >Expansion vessel< [18] during “degassing” setup mode! Wear your personnel protective equipment (e.0en/03. section »Degassing externally closed applications«.08 . Note the volume expansion of the thermal fluid according to the working temperature range in which you wish to work.5 minutes. Wait until the pump stops. Tap on the category “Start/Stop”. a pressure limit of 0. Only this ensures a trouble-free operation. Close the >Expansion vessel cap< [22] by hand. In case of overfilling. enter the time interval for the ventilation. safety goggles). Tap on the Dialog entry “Start air-purge”.1 bar (g) MATERIAL DAMAGE CAUSED BY MECHANICAL DAMAGE TO THE >EXPANSION VESSEL< [18] When using the optional sealing sets for Unistate in connection with a static inert gas overlay.2 CAUTION With a fluid mix. follow the steps on page 64.1 bar (g) must be used. Tap on the dialog entry “Stop air-purge”. The default is 0. Venting will start. 4. At the “lowest” working temperature. Using the number keypad that appears.14//13.1.g. INFORMATION Venting and degassing must be performed especially during commissioning and after changing the thermal fluid. Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”. temperature-resistant safety gloves. To do this.Setup mode OPERATION MANUAL Chapter 4 Go to the “Categories Menu”. After venting. Tap on the category “Start/Stop”. Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”.1. Venting is stopped and the pump continues to run for approx. rapid heating can cause thermal fluid to suddenly escape from the >Expansion vessel< [18] COMBUSTION/PROPERTY DAMAGE Due to the rapid heating of the low-boiling component contained in the mixture. section »Draining externally closed applications«). go to the category “Temperature Control”. Stop venting. V1.

which must be permanently monitored. the cut-out value of the installed temperature sensor can be set up to 100 °C in the degassing mode. the low-boiling component begins to boil. However. gas bubbles form and cause the pump pressure to momentarily collapse. Then the display returns to the category “Setpoint Limits”.08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded. only max. brief temperatures of > 70 °C may be caused in the >Expansion vessel< [18] by rising gas bubbles during degassing. Degassing removes the remains of the low-boiling component from the thermal fluid. For this purpose we offer the sealing set for Unistats (Order No. Thus an accumulation of moisture or an increased oxidative degradation of the thermal fluid is prevented. activate the menu item “Degassing”. oxidation). For your temperature control unit. PROCEDURE After completing venting. Unistat® 65 . Never use water as a thermal fluid. confirm your entry again by tapping on “OK”. this is displayed graphically for 2 seconds. In the display that follows.1. Precondition: You have filled the temperature control unit as instructed on page 63 in the Section »Filling and venting externally closed application« and/or cleaned it as described on page 84 in the Section »Cleaning the thermal fluid circuit«. Tap on the keypad symbol next to “TSetpoint”. 70 °C can be set for the >Expansion vessel< [18]. V1. This may cause a safety shutdown. A static overlay by an inert gas significantly further extends the useful life of the thermal fluids. This effect increases as the working temperature decreases. Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”. Carry out temperature control to this setpoint until the temperature in the >Expansion vessel< [18] no longer rises or even falls. Depending on the working temperature. The gas bubbles reach the >Expansion vessel< [18] and can escape via the >Expansion vessel cap< [22] and the >Filling port< [17]. Enter a setpoint using the number keypad that appears. The off-gassing mode below. 9402) in the Huber catalog.Setup mode Chapter 4 INFORMATION OPERATION MANUAL When changing from a low-boiling thermal fluid (low-boiling components) to a higher boiling thermal fluid. Read the Note and confirm by tapping on “OK”. Under the category “Safety” in the section “Overtemperature”. (hygroscopy. Go to the “Home” screen. The expansion of the hot thermal fluid during degassing may increase the temperature in the >Expansion vessel< [18]. This happens due to aging and the nature and amount of the low-boiling thermal fluid contained in the temperature control circuit. In normal mode. Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”. Tap on the category “Start/Stop”. Tap on the category “Temperature Control”. If tapping on “OK” is not correct. This is especially true if you want to work long-term near the operating temperature limits of the thermal fluids. The factory setting for this is 45 °C. 9402) can be used to further reduce the influence of oxidation and deliquescence in the >Expansion vessel< [18]. The correct selection will be displayed graphically and the “Setpoint” will be changed immediately. A unistat protects the thermal fluid from environmental influences. Try to change the “Setpoint” again. This setpoint must be below the lower boiling thermal fluid. thereby protecting the thermal fluid from oxidation too. we recommend the inert gas overlay.14//13.0en/03. The setpoint will be increased in 10 K steps during the degassing process up to the maximum working temperature. remains of the low-boiling component may remain in the temperature control unit.06. The temperature in the >Expansion vessel< [18] is measured by a temperature sensor. Tap on the dialog entry “Start degassing”. even in combination with anti-freeze. also helps you remove any water residues from the temperature control circuit. The optional sealing set (Order No. Go to the “Categories Menu”. Thermal fluids are hygroscopic (water-attracting) to a greater or lesser degree. A passive cooling device prevents too high temperatures in the >Expansion vessel< [18].

Close the >Expansion vessel drain valve< [5] by turning it clockwise (turn 90° right as far as it will go). Wear your personal protective equipment when carrying out the drainage operation. confirm your entry again by tapping on “OK”. this is displayed graphically for 2 seconds. In the display that follows. Tap on the category “Start/Stop”. Liability for errors and misprints excluded. using the filling accessories (funnel and/or beaker) into the >Filling port< [17].Setup mode OPERATION MANUAL Chapter 4 Monitoring the temperature in the >Expansion vessel< [18]. ensure that the thermal fluid has room temperature (20 °C).3 CAUTION 66 Unistat® Draining externally closed applications Hot or very cold thermal fluid SERIOUS BURNS/FREEZING OF LIMBS Before draining. which is compatible with the thermal fluid and the thermal fluid temperature. Connect a suitable drain hose (must be compatible with the thermal fluid) to the >Expansion vessel drain< [9] (if fitted) or >Drain< [8] an. Pay attention to the high temperature of the thermal fluid. Tap on the dialog entry “Stop degassing”. 30 seconds. Go to the “Categories Menu”. Open the >Expansion vessel cap< [22] by hand. Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”. Read the note and confirm by tapping on “OK”. Tap on the category “Safety”. original thermal fluid. Go to the “Categories Menu”. Drain the >Expansion vessel< [18]. Only drain with a suitable draining hose and container (these must be resistant to the thermal fluid and temperature). 4. Tap on the keypad symbol next to “TSetpoint”. Check the temperature in the >Expansion vessel< [18] again.1. Never control the temperature of the thermal fluid when the >Drain valve< [4] is open. You can see the fill level in the >Sight glass< [23] or >Level indicator< [25]. Continue the control process until the temperature in the >Expansion vessel< [18] has returned to ambient temperature. Wait until the pump stops. Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”. open the >Expansion vessel drain valve< [5] by turning it counterclockwise (turn 90° left as far as it will go). INFORMATION The entire process can take several hours. V1. Tap on the category “Temperature Control”. Then the display returns to the category “Setpoint Limits”. Carry out temperature control until the temperature in the >Expansion vessel< [18] no longer rises or even falls. If the temperature rises. Place the other end of the hose in a suitable container. Increase the setpoint by 10 K. depending on the degree of contamination and the application size. Remove the drain hose and the container. The off-gassing process is complete. at this temperature. Close the >Expansion vessel cap< [22] by hand. If. The correct selection will be displayed graphically and the “Setpoint” will be changed immediately. Carefully pour new.1. Continue to increase the setpoint by 10 K increments until the temperature in the >Expansion vessel< [18] no longer rises during an increase.08 . Do not mix dissimilar thermal fluids. Go to the “Home” screen. the thermal fluid is too viscous to be drained: Control the temperature of the thermal fluid for a few minutes until the viscosity will allow drainage. the off-gassing process is active. Check the temperature in the >Expansion vessel< [18]. Wait until the temperature in the >Expansion vessel< [18] neither rises nor falls. If tapping on “OK” is not correct. Tap on the category “Display OT values”.0en/03.06. >Drain valve< [4] is closed by turning it clockwise (turn 90° right as far as it will go). Now maintain the thermal fluid at the last temperature set until the >Expansion vessel< [18] has reached ambient temperature. To do so. Danger of burns when draining thermal fluids at temperatures above 20 °C. All the measured temperatures will be displayed.3. Try to change the “Setpoint” again. Degassing stops immediately and the pump continues to run for approx.14//13.

Overflowing thermal fluid inside the temperature control unit PROPERTY DAMAGE If the temperature control unit is installed below the open system.Setup mode Chapter 4 OPERATION MANUAL PROCEDURE Connect a suitable drain hose to the >Drain< [8]. The thermal fluid will flow from the external application via the pump chamber and the draining hose into the container. Free-standing model Open all >Drain valves< [3]. Have the temperature control unit only serviced and cleaned by staff trained by Peter Huber Kältemaschinenbau GmbH.1. Table model Open the >Drain valve< [4] by turning it counterclockwise (turn 90° left as far as it will go). First open the >Circulation flow< [1] connection. Unistat® 67 .3. Isolate the temperature control unit from the power supply.2. >Venting valve expansion vessel< [21] is closed by turning it clockwise (turn 90° right as far as it will go). the thermal fluid will escape from the >Expansion vessel< [18] and from the >Sight glass< [23]. Drain your externally closed application. V1. Shut down the temperature control unit immediately.14//13. Wear your personnel protective equipment (e. [4] and [5] by turning them counterclockwise (turn 90° left as far as it will go). overflow can occur in the open system. The thermal fluid will flow from the external application via the pump chamber and the draining hose into the container. If the temperature control unit is installed below the open system. 4. safety footwear).1 CAUTION NOTE Externally open application Operating an externally open system without >Isolating sleeve< [27] installed BURNS/FREEZING DUE TO OVERFLOWING EXPANSION VESSEL Shut down the temperature control unit immediately. skin. respiratory tract. Place the other end of the hose in a suitable container. Observe the local regulations/work instructions. The description for the drainage procedure can be found in the documents you received with the application.2 CAUTION 4.3. temperature-resistant safety gloves. Drain your externally closed application.g. The description for the drainage procedure can be found in the documents you received with the application. Open the >Circulation return< [2] connection. Prior to starting up the temperature control unit with an externally open system. Danger of slipping through contamination of floor and work area. the thermal fluid will escape from the >Expansion vessel< [18] and from the >Sight glass< [23].06. safety goggles. The safety data sheet for the thermal fluid to be used must be read prior to use and its contents respected.0en/03. Then open the >Circulation return< [2] connection.08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded. Filling and venting externally open application Non-compliance with the safety data sheet for the thermal fluid to be used INJURIES Risk of injury to the eyes. Leave the temperature control unit open for a while to dry out (without screw caps) and with >Drain valve< [4]) open. Open the connection >Circulation flow< [1]. install the >Isolating sleeve< [27] (see page 29 in section »Mounting/removing the Isolating sleeve«). Leave the temperature control unit open for a while to dry out (without screw caps) and with >Drain valve< [4]) open. If the open system is located below the temperature control unit. Allow the thermal fluid to cool down/heat up to room temperature.

Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”. Close all valves. Tap on the dialog entry “Stop air-purge”. To do this. the pump draws air instead of thermal fluid. safety footwear). 30 seconds. Using the number keypad that appears. Wear your personnel protective equipment (e.1. such as earthing the tanks. In case of free-standing models drain thermal fluid via >Drain< [8] and by opening the >Drain valve thermofluid< [3] (by turning it counterclockwise (turn 90° to the left as far as it will go)). ensure any necessary measures. During the fill process. 4. V1.0en/03. Go to the “Categories Menu”. a “Max” mark in the bath vessel must not be exceeded. The thermal fluid flows over the return line into the temperature control unit and over the flow line to the bath. go to the category “Temperature Control”.2 CAUTION 68 Unistat® Degassing externally open applications Hot or cold thermal fluid and surfaces BURNS TO LIMBS Avoid direct contact with the thermal fluids or the surfaces. drain thermal fluid into a suitable container via >Drain< [8] by additionally opening the >Drain valve< [4] (by turning it counterclockwise (turn it 90° to the left as far as it will go)) or by skimming off bath liquid from the bath. This forces the air inside the temperature control unit outside. Wait until the pump stops.5 minutes. The figure showing »Connecting/filling externally closed/open applications« can be found on page 7. in case of standard devices the >Venting valve expansion vessel< [21] by turning them clockwise (turn 90° right as far as it will go). and when working at the “highest” working temperature. ensure there is sufficient thermal fluid. and therefore must be collected and disposed of immediately after the event in accordance with the safety data sheet. Venting is stopped and the pump continues to run for approx. Tap on the category “Start/Stop”. safety goggles. Therefore. When working at the “lowest” working temperature. This “Dry run” of the pump is detected by the sensors and electronics and a safety shutdown occurs. temperature-resistant safety gloves.g. a “Min” mark in the bath vessel (top edge of the back flow + about 1 cm safety margin) must not be undercut. Stop venting. funnels and other aids. Liability for errors and misprints excluded. the >Expansion vessel< [18] is closed off from the externally open application and you can also place the temperature control unit below the externally open application. Fill to the lowest possible height. Consequently. INFORMATION The volume expansion of the thermal fluid varies as a function of the working temperature range in which you wish to work. enter the time interval for venting.3.Setup mode OPERATION MANUAL INFORMATION Chapter 4 Overflowing thermal fluid will create a film on surfaces. Tap on the category “Temperature Control”. PROCEDURE Open the >Expansion vessel cap< [22] and make sure that the >Isolating sleeve< [27] is installed (see page 29 in section »Mounting/removing the Isolating sleeve«). The default is 0. If this is not complied with is assumed that the temperature control unit does not comply with all requirements of DIN EN 61010-2-010.06.14//13. Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”.08 . The >Isolating sleeve< [27] must be mounted in externally open systems in the >Expansion vessel< [18]. In the event of overfilling a table-top model and prior to starting. Then connect the >Expansion vessel cap< [22]. In case of too little thermal fluid. have been taken. Tap on the Dialog entry “Start air-purge”. Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.2. Add suitable thermal fluid to the bath. Venting will start. Tap on the category “Start/Stop”.

3 CAUTION Draining externally open applications Hot or very cold thermal fluid SERIOUS BURNS/FREEZING OF LIMBS Before draining. The off-gassing mode below. The gas bubbles reach the bath opening and can escape. 4. If tapping on “OK” is not correct.14//13. If ice crystals form on the evaporator coil. Go to the “Home” screen. This may cause a safety shutdown. at this temperature. Try to stop the temperature control unit again. Danger of burns when draining thermal fluids at temperatures above 20 °C. Never control the temperature of the thermal fluid when the >Drain valve< [4] is open. If tapping on “OK” is not correct.0en/03. the low-boiling component begins to boil. After this. also helps you remove any water residues from the temperature control circuit. Carry out temperature control to the entered setpoint until no more gas bubbles rise up. If this is the case. If. >Drain valve< [4] is closed by turning it clockwise (turn 90° right as far as it will go). Confirm the start of temperature control by tapping on “OK”. this is displayed graphically for 2 seconds. Prerequisite: You have filled the temperature control unit in accordance with the instructions on page 67 in section »Filling and venting externally open application« and/or cleaned it as per page 84 in section »Cleaning the thermal fluid circuit«. This setpoint must be below the lower boiling thermal fluid. After this. confirm your entry again by tapping on “OK”. Only drain with a suitable draining hose and container (these must be resistant to the thermal fluid and temperature).1. Unistat® 69 .Setup mode Chapter 4 INFORMATION OPERATION MANUAL When changing from low-boiling thermal fluid (low-boiling component) to higher boiling thermal fluid. V1. In the display that follows. This setpoint will be increased in 10 K steps during the degassing process up to the maximum working temperature. the display will return to the “Home” screen again. remains of the low-boiling component may remain in the temperature control unit. Wait until the pump stops. Tap on the keypad symbol next to “TSetpoint”. degas to avoid damage to the temperature control unit. Repeat the increasing of the setpoint by 10 K until the maximum working temperature of the thermal fluid used has been reached. the display will return to the “Home” screen again. If tapping on “OK” is not correct. This effect increases as the working temperature decreases. The correct selection will be displayed graphically and temperature control will stop immediately and the pump with overrun for about 30 secons. The correct selection will be displayed graphically and the setpoint will be changed immediately. Try changing the setpoint again. After this. this is displayed graphically for 2 seconds. the display will return to the “Home” screen again. which must be permanently monitored. water has accumulated in the thermal fluid. the thermal fluid is too viscous to be drained: Control the temperature of the thermal fluid for a few minutes until the viscosity will allow drainage. Thermal fluids are hygroscopic (water-attracting) to a greater or lesser degree.3.08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded.2.06. gas bubbles form and cause the pump pressure to momentarily collapse. this is displayed graphically for 2 seconds. Increase the setpoint by 10 K and carry out temperature control until no more gas bubbles rise up. Confirm your entry by tapping on “OK”. The correct selection will be displayed graphically and temperature control will start immediately. Confirm the stop of temperature control by tapping on “OK”. Wear your personal protective equipment when carrying out the drainage operation. Tap on the “Start” touchbutton. Try to start the temperature control unit again. Enter a setpoint using the number keypad that appears. The degassing process is complete. PROCEDURE Follow venting with the degassing operation. Depending on the working temperature. Tap on the “Stop” touchbutton as soon as no more gas bubbles rise up at the thermal fluid's maximum working temperature. ensure that the thermal fluid has room temperature (20 °C).

The description for the drainage procedure can be found in the documents you received with the application. Leave the temperature control unit open for a while to dry out (without screw caps) and with >Drain valve< [4]) open. V1. Drain your externally closed application. Leave the temperature control unit open for a while for to allow it to dry out and the residue to drain. Close the connection >Circulation flow< [1]. As soon as you have opened the knurled screw. Then open the >Circulation return< [2] connection. Without screw caps with >Drain valve< [4] open. The description for the drainage procedure can be found in the documents you received with the application. After drying out. Open the >Drain valve< [4] by turning it counterclockwise (turn 90° left as far as it will go). The thermal fluid will flow from the external application via the bath vessel and the draining hose into the container. Open the knurled screw at the >Drain< [8]. Table model Open the >Drain valve< [4] by turning it counterclockwise (turn 90° left as far as it will go). Residual drainage of the externally open application with >Drain valve< [4] Remove the knurled screw at the >Drain< [8]. Residual drainage of the externally open application without >Drain valve< [4] Have a suitable container ready to catch the thermal fluid. Free-standing model Open all >Drain valves< [3]. Open the connection >Circulation flow< [1]. The bath is now drained. Leave the temperature control unit open for a while to dry out (without screw caps) and with >Drain valve< [4]) open. 70 Unistat® Liability for errors and misprints excluded.08 . Open the >Circulation return< [2] connection.Setup mode OPERATION MANUAL Chapter 4 PROCEDURE Connect a suitable drain hose to the >Drain< [8]. Close the connection >Circulation flow< [1]. Close the >Drain valve< [4] by turning it clockwise (turn 90° right as far as it will go). Place the other end of the hose in a suitable container. Close the connection >Circulation return< [2]. Leave the temperature control unit open for a while for to allow it to dry out and the residue to drain (without screw caps).0en/03. The thermal fluid will flow from the external application via the pump chamber and the draining hose into the container. The thermal fluid will flow from the external application via the pump chamber and the draining hose into the container. Open the connection >Circulation flow< [1]. Close the connection >Circulation return< [2].14//13. Open the connection >Circulation return< [2]. the thermal fluid will flow from the external application over the bath and into the container. First open the >Circulation flow< [1] connection.1. Wait until the external application and the bath are empty. remove the drain hose and re-fit the knurled screw to the >Drain< [8]. The bath is now drained. Open the connection >Circulation flow< [1].06. [4] and [5] by turning them counterclockwise (turn 90° left as far as it will go). Drain your externally closed application. Place the other end of the hose in a suitable container. Open the connection >Circulation return< [2]. Connect a suitable drain hose to the >Drain< [8]. Wait until the external application and the bath are empty. Re-fit the knurled screw to the >Drain< [8].

Normal operation
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Normal operation

5.1

Automatic operation

CAUTION

Hot or cold thermal fluid and surfaces
BURNS TO LIMBS
Avoid direct contact with the thermal fluids or the surfaces.
Wear your personnel protective equipment (e.g. temperature-resistant safety gloves, safety
goggles, safety footwear).

5.1.1

Temperature control

5.1.1.1

Starting the temperature control process
The temperature control process can be started after filling and complete venting.

PROCEDURE
Go to the “Home” screen.
Tap on the “Start” touchbutton.
Confirm the start of temperature control by tapping on “OK”.
The correct selection will be displayed graphically and temperature control will start immediately.
If tapping on “OK” is not correct, this is displayed graphically for 2 seconds. After this, the display
will return to the “Home” screen again. Try to start the temperature control unit again.
5.1.1.2

NOTE

Ending the temperature control process
When the temperature control unit is switched off, the thermal fluid temperature is
higher/lower than room temperature
DAMAGE TO THE TEMPERATURE CONTROL UNIT AND THE GLASS APPARATUS/APPLICATION
Bring the thermal fluid up to room temperature using the temperature control unit.
Do not close the shut-off valves in the thermal fluid circuit.
The temperature control can be ended at any time, the pump continues to run for approx. 30 seconds. The compressor is switched off after the stepper motor valve has reached a defined position
to control the cold output.

PROCEDURE
Go to the “Home” screen.
Tap on the “Stop” touchbutton.
Confirm the stop of temperature control by tapping on “OK”.
The correct selection will be displayed graphically and temperature control will stop immediately
and the pump with overrun for about 30 secons. Wait until the pump stops. If tapping on “OK” is
not correct, this is displayed graphically for 2 seconds. After this, the display will return to the
“Home” screen again. Try to stop the temperature control unit again.

INFORMATION

The compressor is not switched off until the stepper motor valve has reached a defined position.
The status line [Field 10] displays the relevant information.

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5.1.2

Temperature control via a created temperature control program

5.1.2.1

Starting the temperature control program
A temperature control program can be started after filling and complete venting.

PROCEDURE
Go to the “Categories Menu”.
Tap on the category “Programmer/Ramp”.
Tap on the category “Start/stop Program”.
Tap on the dialog entry of the temperature control program to be started.
Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”.
Read the message and confirm it. You temperature control unit will start the temperature control program and the temperature control programmed in it will start.
Read the Note and confirm by tapping on “OK”.
5.1.2.2

NOTE

Ending/cancelling the temperature control program
When the temperature control unit is switched off, the thermal fluid temperature is
higher/lower than room temperature
DAMAGE TO THE TEMPERATURE CONTROL UNIT AND THE GLASS APPARATUS/APPLICATION
Bring the thermal fluid up to room temperature using the temperature control unit.
Do not close the shut-off valves in the thermal fluid circuit.
You can either end the temperature control automatically using the parameters predefined in the
temperature control program or end/interrupt the temperature control at any time manually. The
temperature control is switched off immediately after, the pump continues to run for approx. 30
seconds. The compressor is switched off after the stepper motor valve has reached a defined position to control the cold output.
Manual ending/cancelling

PROCEDURE
Go to the “Home” screen.
Tap on the “Stop” touchbutton.
Confirm the stop of temperature control by tapping on “OK”.
The correct selection will be displayed graphically and temperature control will stop immediately
and the pump with overrun for about 30 secons. Wait until the pump stops. If tapping on “OK” is
not correct, this is displayed graphically for 2 seconds. After this, the display will return to the
“Home” screen again. Try to stop the temperature control unit again.

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The compressor is not switched off until the stepper motor valve has reached a defined position.
The status line [Field 10] displays the relevant information.

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Interfaces and software update

6.1

Interfaces at the “Pilot ONE®” controller

NOTE

The Pilot ONE controller is not operated behind a firewall
PROPERTY DAMAGE
Operate the controller Pilot ONE exclusively behind a firewall, if the local subnet is connected
to the Internet or another risk-prone network.
The best available technology is to be applied in order to provide sufficient security for the
LAN!

Standard interfaces at
the “Pilot ONE” top
side

6.1.1

10/100 Mbps Ethernet for RJ45 network sockets
This is a fast and flexible interface. Standard 10/100 Mbps interface (Fast Ethernet), can be connected to any existing Ethernet network. Because this interface can also be connected to very large
networks, the IT “Best Practices” (firewall) must be observed.
Usage:
Also - to be able to communicate with the “Pilot ONE” controller - the communication enable must
be issued. This is an additional safety feature that prevents persons - possibly unintentionally - connecting to the wrong machine and implementing incorrect temperature control specifications. The
following restrictions are possible:
Deactivated
Always on (PLC)
12h Inactivity Timer
10min Inactivity Timer
If, for example, “10min Inactivity Timer” is selected, the connection must be made within 10 minutes after confirmation at the control. If this does not happen, the connection is refused.

INFORMATION

Communication with the Pilot ONE is via TCP (Transmission Control Protocol),
Port 8101.

6.1.2

USB-2.0 interface

6.1.2.1

USB-2.0 interface, host
USB-2.0 connection (for connector A), e.g. for data memories.

6.1.2.2

USB-2.0 interface, device
USB-2.0 connection (for Mini-B connector) for communicating with a computer.

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14//13. Prise of the cover to the left and away from you.1 Removing the cover PROCEDURE Insert a screwdriver into the opening. Removing the cover flap Interfaces ‚  ƒ 6. V1. Contacts 1 and 3 are internally bypassed.2 Jack ECS ONE (External Control Signal) standby Enable signal ECS (external control signal) for starting/stopping the temperature control process. Stand-by: ECS affects temperature control (On/Off).1. Pin assignment 74 Unistat® Pin Signal 1. The functionality of the ECS is determined via the “Interfaces” category.2. ECS is energized when E1 and E2 are connected by an external floating contact.2. Setpoint: The “2nd Setpoint” is acquired when ECS is activated.2 Interfaces at the “Unistat® Control ONE” 6.1.0en/03.1.06. 2. The following variants are offered: Off: ECS has no effect (factory setting). Standard interfaces at the “Unistat Control ONE” side.Interfaces and software update OPERATION MANUAL Chapter 6 6. 6. Activation via a floating contact.1 Interfaces at the “Unistat® Control ONE” side NOTE Connecting to the interfaces at the temperature control unit during operation DAMAGE TO THE INTERFACES When devices in operation are connected with interfaces of the temperature control unit.3 E2 2 E1 Liability for errors and misprints excluded.08 .2. Before connecting. ensure the temperature control unit and the device to be connected are turned off. interfaces may get damaged.

2.2.Interfaces and software update Chapter 6 6. Opening contact between pin 2 and pin 3. INFORMATION 6.2.14//13. INFORMATION Depending on the operating temperature. A closed operating contact means readiness for operation. In this context. the safety-critical thresholds for the temperature control fluid must be strictly observed. use only sheathed lines! Interfaces at the “Unistat® Control ONE” top side Standard interfaces at the “Unistat Control ONE” top side. the operating contact is opened (this applies to the make contact between pin 1 and pin 2). Before plugging in the cable.2. the operating temperature (flow temperature) at the application can be significantly less than the setpoint for the application. 4-wire technology.1. Closing contact between pin 1 and pin 2. Pin assignment 6. check the settings in the “Interfaces” category and adjust if necessary.3 OPERATION MANUAL Conccector POKO ONE (floating contact) alarm Signal contact for external monitoring. Unistat® 75 .2 With the floating contact. a SPS or a Process Control System (PCS) can be connected to this jack for remote control of the controller electronics. The connection is designed as a potential-free changeover contact.2.0en/03. If a fault or an error occurs. An adapter cable connects this interface to a RS232 serial jack. V1. Lemosa connector) is connected to the Pt100 connection jack.1 Service interface This interface is used by the service engineers of Peter Huber Kältemaschinenbau GmbH exclusively for service purposes. Contact load: 1 A at 24 V DC. 6.1. The potential-free contact (PoKo) signals the state of the temperature control unit via the contact position.2.06.2.08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded. isolation losses and exothermic heat.3 Pin Signal Description 2 RxD Receive Data 3 TxD Transmit Data 5 GND Signal GND Connection jack for Pt100 process controller sensor A temperature sensor located in the connected application (Pt100.2 Female RS232 Serial (with adapter cable) A PC.2. 6. Notice the functions provided by PoKo in the category “Interfaces”. The external actual temperature is then recorded and the operating temperature of the temperature control unit is permanently calculated and adjusted.

G@te internal interfaces: POKO. Plug the >Com.G@te< [46]. POKO. Com. PROCEDURE Switch off the temperature control unit.06. ECS. Switch on the temperature control unit. AIF.Interfaces and software update OPERATION MANUAL Pin assignment 6. “Unistat Control ONE” detects the new component. only connect components with a voltage below 60 V (AC) and 40 V (DC).G@te< [46] into the slot provided. interfaces may get damaged. proceed as follows.1. AIF. The >Com. RS232/RS485 (left to right).G@te< [46] is operable. ECS.G@te® (optional) NOTE Connecting to the interfaces at the temperature control unit during operation DAMAGE TO THE INTERFACES When devices in operation are connected with interfaces of the temperature control unit. ensure the temperature control unit and the device to be connected are turned off. NOTE Voltage > 60 Volt (AC) and > 40 Volt (DC) DAMAGE There is a risk of damage to the >Com. V1.G@te< [46]. To ensure the function of >Com.08 . Before connecting. 76 Unistat® Liability for errors and misprints excluded. Com. If the >Com.14//13.G@te external interfaces: LEVEL.G@te< [46] is not connected.3 Chapter 6 Pin Signal 1 I+ 2 U+ 3 U− 4 I− Pt100 Pin 1: I+ Pin 2: U+ ϑ Pin 4: I– Pin 3: U– Interfaces at the Com.0en/03.RS232/RS485 (left to right).

which is positioned in the >Sight glass< [23]. If a fault or an error occurs. 4 Analogue input (programmable) 0/4-20 mA or 0-10 V Power input: 200 Ω working resistance Voltage input: 100 kΩ input resistance 5 Current output.G@te< [46] when the temperature control unit is turned off. Notice the functions provided by PoKo in the category “Interfaces”.3. 6. INFORMATION 6. Unistat® 77 .G@te® external only) For level monitoring in the >Sight glass< [23].0en/03. You can extend an existing >Com. 16160). setpoint 0/4-20 mA or 0-10 V 3 GND for analogue outputs GND If using 0 .3 With the floating contact. analog interface and RS232/RS485.1 Jack LEVEL (Com.1.3. integrate a 500 Ω resistor. A closed operating contact means readiness for operation.G@te< [46] with Order No. Closing contact between pin 1 and pin 2. 6 GND for analogue input GND V1.3. Opening contact between pin 2 and pin 3. freely programmable 0/4-20 mA or 0-10 V If using 0 .10 V. integrate a 500 Ω resistor.08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded. 6152). The potential-free contact (PoKo) signals the state of the temperature control unit via the contact position. Contact load: 1 A at 24 V DC. Pin assignment Pin Description Signal 1 Current output. The connection is designed as a potential-free changeover contact. for monitoring the level of your externally closed application.06. T external 0/4-20 mA or 0-10 V 2 Current output.14//13.10 V. use only sheathed lines! Jack AIF Reg-E-Prog The analog interface has a programmable input channel and 3 output channels. This connection enables you to connect an external float switch (Order No.2 Pin Description 1 Level test (bypass via contact 2 → “absence”) 2 Level – (GND) 3 Level + (normally open contact) Connector POKO (floating contact) alarm Signal contact for external monitoring. the operating contact is opened (this applies to the make contact between pin 1 and pin 2). Pin assignment 6. 6915.Interfaces and software update Chapter 6 INFORMATION OPERATION MANUAL Note that you may only change >Com. The analog interface of Com. You may order >Com.G@te< [46] via a connecting cable (Order No.G@te® is programmed in the category “Interfaces”. In the category “Interfaces” you can change the settings of each function such as PoKo.

Stand-by: ECS affects temperature control (On/Off). Pin assignment Pin Signal Description Wiring RS232 2 RxD Receive Data 3 TxD Transmit Data 5 GND Signal GND Wiring RS485 6. Setpoint: The “2nd Setpoint” is acquired when ECS is activated.1.3. Before plugging in the cable.5 Pin Signal 1.4 6 A with 120-Ω terminating resistor 7 A 8 B Firmware update An instruction for running a firmware update can be found at www. The functionality of the ECS is determined via the “Interfaces” category. 78 Unistat® Liability for errors and misprints excluded. V1. Activation via a floating contact. Pin assignment 6.com. a connection to a RS485 bus is possible. Contacts 1 and 3 are internally bypassed.3 E2 2 E1 Jack RS232/RS485 serial A PC.0en/03.Interfaces and software update OPERATION MANUAL 6.06.14//13. ECS is energized when E1 and E2 are connected by an external floating contact.3. The following variants are offered: Off: ECS has no effect (factory setting). a SPS or a Process Control System (PCS) can be connected to this jack for remote control of the controller electronics.08 .huber-online. check the settings in the “Interfaces” category and adjust if necessary. 2. Alternatively.4 Chapter 6 Jack ECS (External Control Signal) standby Enable signal ECS (external control signal) for starting/stopping the temperature control process.

a symbol is output on the >Touchscreen< [88]. Tapping the symbol takes you to an overview of all messages in chronological order.Service/maintenance Chapter 7 OPERATION MANUAL 7 Service/maintenance 7. V1.1 Replacing the “Pilot ONE” Replacing the “Pilot ONE®” ‚ Removing Pilot ONE® Installing Pilot ONE®  ƒ „ PROCEDURE Switch off the temperature control unit. Follow the instructions that appear on the >Touchscreen< [88].0en/03. Also disconnect the temperature control unit from the current supply.06. Carefully insert the replacement “Pilot ONE”. Unistat® 79 . your local office or our Customer Support. In case of fault. If you have questions or difficulties. Carefully pull the “Pilot ONE” away upwards. Disconnect the temperature control unit from the power supply by turning the >Mains isolator< [36] on the temperature control unit to “0”.2. Connect the temperature control unit to the power supply. please contact your dealer.14//13. Connect the >Fixing screw for Pilot ONE< [89] to the front of the housing.1. you can replace the “Pilot ONE” or the “Unistat Control ONE” yourself. Displayed symbol: 7. Release the >Fixing screw for Pilot ONE< [89] at the front of the housing. Switch the temperature control unit on. 7. Once a message has been acknowledged.1 Messages from the temperature control unit Messages output by the temperature control unit can be divided into various classes. Do this by turning the >Mains isolator< [36] to “0”! Disconnect the temperature control unit from the current supply.08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded.2 HAZARD Replacing the “Pilot ONE®” or “Unistat® Control ONE” Replacing the electronics while the temperature control unit is operating MORTAL DANGER FROM FIRE Stop an ongoing temperature control process.

7. section »Temperature control units with 3 to 30 kg fluorinated greenhouse gases/natural refrigerant« User Liability for errors and misprints excluded. Carrying out maintenance work not described in this operation manual DAMAGE TO THE TEMPERATURE CONTROL UNIT For maintenance work not described in the operation manual. Only perform the following maintenance work on the temperature control unit yourself. Also disconnect the temperature control unit from the current supply.06.Service/maintenance OPERATION MANUAL 7. Connect the temperature control unit to the power supply. section »Replacing the “Pilot ONE®”«). Also pull the “Unistat Control ONE” away upwards. Undo the fastening screw on the “Unistat Control ONE”.3 HAZARD NOTE Monitoring interval Unistat® Cleaning/maintenance while the temperature control unit is operating MORTAL DANGER FROM ELECTRIC SHOCK Stop an ongoing temperature control process. section »Replacing the “Pilot ONE®”«). V1. Fasten the replacement “Unistat Control ONE” with the fastening screw.1. Maintenance work not described in this operation manual is reserved for qualified specialists trained by Huber.2.1 80 Maintenance Function check and visual inspection Cooling* Description Maintenance interval Comment Person responsible A/W Visually inspect hoses and hose connections Prior to switching on the temperature control unit Exchange leaking hoses and hose connections prior to switching on the temperature control unit.08 . Install the “Pilot ONE” (see page 79.2 Replacing the “Unistat Control ONE” Chapter 7 Replacing the “Unistat® Control ONE” Removing Unistat Control Installing Unistat Control ‚ ƒ  „ PROCEDURE Switch off the temperature control unit. User and/or operators A/W Inspection in accordance with the F-Gas Directive In accordance with the F-Gas Directive See page 17.14//13. Disconnect the temperature control unit from the power supply by turning the >Mains isolator< [36] on the temperature control unit to “0”.0en/03. Carefully insert the replacement “Unistat Control ONE”. contact Peter Huber Kältemaschinenbau GmbH. Remove the “Pilot ONE” (see page 79. Do this by turning the >Mains isolator< [36] to “0”! Disconnect the temperature control unit from the current supply. Switch the temperature control unit on. 7.3.

2 CAUTION Clean liquefier fins (air-cooled temperature control unit) Manual cleaning RISK OF BEING CUT ON THE LIQUEFIER FINS Wear suitable cut-resistant gloves for cleaning work. U = Applicable only for unistats 7.com User and/or operators Determine according to ambient conditions. Clean the air filter mats as needed or replace. maintain wall clearance (see page 20.huberonline.3. INFORMATION Make sure there is adequate ventilation (removal of waste heat. section »Inspect the mechanical seal« User and/or operators A Check liquefier fins As required. User and/or operators *A = Air cooling. section »Clean liquefier fins (air-cooled temperature control unit)« User and/or operators W Check suction strainer (dirt trap) As required. V1. after 3 months at the latest See page 81. Check all air filter mats of the temperature control unit. in case ofair cooling. The liquefier fins must be cleaned (dust) from time to time as only then will the temperature control unit perform at its maximum cooling capacity. section »Empty the drip tray« User and/or operators A/W Check mechanical seals (drip tray) Monthly See page 86. Documentation on water quality available at: www.14//13. section »Clean hat-type strainer (dirt trap) (water-cooled temperature control unit)« User and/or operators A/W Overtemperature protection (OT) functional check Every 3 months or after changing the thermal fluid See page 50. after 3 months at the latest See page 82. fresh air supply) for the temperature control unit.1. NOTE Cleaning using pointed or sharp-edged tools DAMAGE TO THE LIQUEFIER FINS Clean the liquefier fins using suitable cleaning appliances. W = Water cooling . Unistat® 81 .Service/maintenance Chapter 7 OPERATION MANUAL Cooling* Description Maintenance interval Comment Person responsible A/W Inspect power supply cable Prior to switching on the temperature control unit or on relocation Do not start-up the temperature control unit if the power cable is damaged. section »Testing overtemperature protection for functionality« User and/or operators A/W Inspect temperature control unit for damage and stability Every 12 months or after a change of location W Inspect water quality A/W Free-standing models: check air filter mats User and/or operators User and/or operators Every 12 months Descale the cooling water circuit as required. Qualified electrician (BGV A3) A Clean air inlet grille As required Clean the perforated sheet of the temperature control unit with a damp cloth User A/W Thermal fluid inspection As required U Empty drip tray Monthly See page 83. Use cleaning equipment such as vacuum cleaners and/or a hand brush/brush. section »Schematic illustration of the cooling variants« and page 24.0en/03.08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded.06. section »Ambient conditions«).

82 Unistat® Liability for errors and misprints excluded. Clean the liquefier fins using suitable cleaning appliances. section »Draining externally open applications«. place a collection container below the >Cooling water drain< [15] (see wiring diagram page 91. Do this by turning the >Mains isolator< [36] to “0”! Disconnect the temperature control unit from the current supply. Refill the temperature control unit with thermal fluid. Drain the thermal fluid from temperature control unit. Close the customer’s shut-off valves in the cooling water supply and return lines.06.3 Clean hat-type strainer (dirt trap) (water-cooled temperature control unit) NOTE Building side shut-off valves are not closed DAMAGE BY ROOM FLOODING Close the building’s shut-off valves in the cooling water supply and return lines.Service/maintenance OPERATION MANUAL Chapter 7 Identify the position of the ventilation grille. Re-mount the ventilation grille after cleaning work.14//13. as this will impair the air flow. section »Filling and venting externally open application«. Clean the liquefier fins using suitable cleaning appliances. Do this by turning the >Mains isolator< [36] to “0”! Disconnect the temperature control unit from the current supply. the ventilation grilles on the side wall. Further information on page 63. PROCEDURE Ventilation grille on the front/rear or on a side wall Switch off the temperature control unit. Tilt the temperature control unit to remove the grille (if available) in front of the liquefier fins. Remove the cooling water supply line and take out the hat-type strainer for inspection and cleaning. section »Filling and venting externally closed application« or page 67. as this will impair the air flow.0en/03. Place the collecting container below the >Cooling water inlet< [13]. Switch off the temperature control unit. With some temperature control units. reinsert the hat-type strainer and fasten the cooling water supply line. For table-top models. Make sure the liquefier fins are not damaged or deformed. Connect the temperature control unit to the power supply.08 . PROCEDURE Ventilation grille on the underside (table-top units) NOTE Cleaning of liquefier fins at the underside when the temperature control unit is filled DAMAGE CAUSED BY THERMAL FLUID PENETRATING THE TEMPERATURE CONTROL UNIT Empty the temperature control unit before cleaning the liquefier fins at the underside of the temperature control unit. depending on water quality.1. 7. V1. Connect the temperature control unit to the power supply. Switch the temperature control unit on. Remove the ventilation grille to create unhindered access to the liquefier fins. INFORMATION The strainer at the cooling water inlet must be inspected and cleaned on a regular basis. PROCEDURE Table-top models: Switch off the temperature control unit. usually located on the front. Re-mount the ventilation grille after cleaning work. Following inspection/cleaning. Make sure the liquefier fins are not damaged or deformed.3. section »Annex«). rear or on the underside (table units) of the temperature control unit. Further information on page 66. Do this by turning the >Mains isolator< [36] to “0”! Disconnect the temperature control unit from the current supply. section »Draining externally closed applications« or page 69.

safety goggles. Switch the temperature control unit on. e. Open the customer’s shut-off valves in the cooling water supply and return lines. temperature-resistant safety gloves. Information: Located immediately behind the >Cooling water inlet< [13] is the dirt trap. Do this by turning the >Mains isolator< [36] to “0”! Disconnect the temperature control unit from the current supply.1. skin. Connect the temperature control unit to the power supply. Re-mount the panel around the >Cooling water inlet< [13] and >Cooling water outlet< [14].14//13.Service/maintenance Chapter 7 OPERATION MANUAL Remove the collecting container from below the >Cooling water inlet< [13].g. beaker. Close the >Drain drip tray< [7].g. these residues must be drained from time to time.4 CAUTION INFORMATION We also provide service training. The drops usually do not evaporate in case of thermal fluids with a low vapor pressure (e. Connect the temperature control unit to the power supply. silicone oils).3. safety footwear). The safety data sheet for the thermal fluid to be used must be read prior to use and its contents respected. section »Phone number and company address«. V1. Carefully fasten the cover (hexagonal). Danger of slipping through contamination of floor and work area. Re-insert the metal strainer after cleaning work. Collect the drips.0en/03. Please contact the Customer Support. respiratory tract. The drops in the drip tray usually evaporate in case of thermal fluids with a high vapor pressure. Open the >Drain drip tray< [7]. Observe the local regulations/work instructions. The exiting quantity of thermal fluid is dependent on the thermal fluid itself and the working temperature of the temperature control unit. below the >Drain drip tray< [7]. Remove and clean the metal strainer located below. The telephone number can be found on page 90. Remove the panel from around the >Cooling water inlet< [13] and >Cooling water outlet< [14]. INFORMATION 7.08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded. Open the customer’s shut-off valves in the cooling water supply and return lines. The drips can be cleanly collected in the beaker and properly discarded. PROCEDURE Free-standing models: Switch off the temperature control unit. Carefully detach the cover (hexagonal).g. Empty the drip tray Non-compliance with the safety data sheet for the thermal fluid to be used INJURIES Risk of injury to the eyes.06. Therefore. This is located at the side of the temperature control unit. Switch the temperature control unit on. Unistat® 83 . This is not an actual leak but residues that are necessary for the lubrication of the mechanical seal. Wear your personnel protective equipment (e. PROCEDURE Hold a suitable container. Close the customer’s shut-off valves in the cooling water supply and return lines.

7. proceed from page 84 in section »Externally closed application«. This is caused by the water in the liquid mixture. Danger of slipping through contamination of floor and work area. respiratory tract. The safety data sheet for the thermal fluid to be used must be read prior to use and its contents respected. 84 Unistat® Liability for errors and misprints excluded. Regularly check your thermal fluid whether it meets the specifications in the safety data sheet.2. reduced boiling point).g.3 CAUTION NOTE Cleaning the thermal fluid circuit Non-compliance with the safety data sheet for the thermal fluid to be used INJURIES Risk of injury to the eyes.Service/maintenance OPERATION MANUAL 7.2. Using acetone as an agent to clean the thermal fluid circuit DAMAGE CAUSED BY LEAKS IN THE INTERNAL THERMAL FLUID CIRCUIT Use only suitable detergents.1 CAUTION Thermal fluid inspection Thermal fluid is not inspected on a regular basis BURNS DUE TO REDUCED BOILING POINT Regularly check your thermal fluid whether it meets the specifications in the safety data sheet.g. safety footwear). The reduced boiling point may cause overflow of very hot thermal fluids at the >Expansion vessel< [18] during temperature control of high temperatures.08 . Such a liquid mixture causes the evaporator to burst during temperature control in the minus range.g. It may cause serious burns of the limbs. The draining and filling operations are described in this section.06. safety goggles. The inner components of the temperature control unit must be dried out Need to avoid boiling retardation during future uses (e. NOTE Thermal fluid is not inspected on a regular basis DAMAGE TO THE HEAT EXCHANGER AND/OR ELECTROMECHANICAL PARTS.14//13. proceed as described on page 84 in section »Externally open application«. INFORMATION Oxidation Oxidation ages the thermal fluid and changes its characteristics (e. It may cause serious burns of the limbs. use of a silicone oil at temperatures above about 100 °C). V1. skin. which forms ice crystals on the evaporator.4. 7.4.4.4 Chapter 7 Thermal fluid inspection. The draining and filling operations are described in this section. temperature-resistant safety gloves.1.2 Thermal fluid replacement 7. replacement and circuit cleaning The figure »Thermal fluid replacement/inspection and internal cleaning« can be found on page 8. 7. Wear your personnel protective equipment (e. Hygroscopy During continuous temperature control below room temperature the thermal fluid accumulates water by hygroscopicity over time.2 Externally open application To replace the thermal fluid.4. Observe the local regulations/work instructions. A temperature control of such a liquid mixture at high temperatures reduces the boiling point.4.1 Externally closed application To replace the thermal fluid.0en/03. 7. A temperature control at high temperatures may cause an overflow of very hot thermal fluid at the >Expansion vessel< [18] as a result of the reduced boiling point.

06. Vent the system as described on page 63 in section »Filling and venting externally closed application«. residual thermal fluid can remain in the pump chamber and the internal lines. Leave the drain hose mounted to the >Drain< [8]. properly.08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded. V1. perform the following steps without attaching a short circuit hose. Vent the temperature control unit. Restart the temperature control unit in normal mode. Tap on the dialog entry “Stop circulation”. INFORMATION Leave an application connected. An externally open application does not need to be vented. In this case. “Venting”. Leave the temperature control unit with open valves for a while. you leave your external closed application connected to the temperature control unit. Close the >Drain< [8] once the residual cleaning agent has evaporated. as described on page 63 in section »Filling and venting externally closed application«. The description can be found on page 63 in section »Filling and venting externally closed application«. Tap on the category “Start/Stop”. Connect the >Circulation flow< [1] with the >Circulation return< [2] to the temperature control using a bypass hose. Dismount the drain hose. Re-connect your application. if you have simultaneously cleaned a used application (externally closed). INFORMATION If the application used by you (externally closed) is also dirty. Go to the “Categories Menu”.0en/03. Tap on the category “Start/Stop”. which is compatible with the cleaning agent). Close the drain valves on the temperature control unit by turning them clockwise (turn 90° right as far as it will go). Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”. including its contents. “Start/Stop circulation” and “Draining” until the drained ethanol remains clear. PROCEDURE Fill the system (minimum fill level) with the cleaning agent. Repeat the steps “Filling”. Remove the collecting tank. When using Huber thermal fluids to clean the thermal fluid circuit.1. Leave the >Drain< [8] open for a while to allow the cleaning agent to evaporate in the temperature control unit. Check the fill level in the collecting container at the end of the drain hose. The length of circulation depends on the level of soiling.) Fill the temperature control unit with thermal fluid.14//13. Start the “degassing” function as described on page 64 in section »Degassing externally closed applications«. Tap on the category “Temperature Control”. as described on page 63 in section »Filling and venting externally closed application« or on page 67 in section »Filling and venting externally open application«. (Only if you have cleaned the thermal fluid circuit using a bypass hose. Thus clean the temperature control unit and your application the same time. Unistat® 85 . Discard the collecting container. INFORMATION After draining.Service/maintenance Chapter 7 OPERATION MANUAL PROCEDURE Drain the temperature control unit as described on page 66 in section »Draining externally closed applications« or on page 69 in section »Draining externally open applications«. Remove the bypass hose. An externally open application does not need to be off-gassed. The circulation is stopped. use ethanol. Confirm your choice by tapping on “OK”. Open the >Drain< [8] and drain the detergent through the draining hose into a suitable container (such as the original canister. Tap on the dialog entry “Start circulation”.

huber-online.com.1. Decontamination must be carried out BEFORE the temperature control unit is returned for repair or inspection (clearly stating in writing on the temperature control unit that decontamination has been carried out). V1. as mechanical seals are never absolutely tight. The decontamination process depends on the type and quantity of the materials used. 86 Unistat® Liability for errors and misprints excluded.huber-online.com. These drops are collected under controlled conditions. Protective caps are supplied for all plug contacts. 7. Clean surfaces only with a damp cloth. 7. Carefully clean paint surfaces (damp) using the suds of a mild detergent. The drip tray must be regularly checked and emptied if necessary (see page 80. To simply the process. A standard stainless steel cleaning agent is suitable for cleaning the stainless steel surfaces. section »Function check and visual inspection«).8 CAUTION Decontamination/repairs Returning a not decontaminated temperature control unit for repair PHYSICAL INJURY AND PROPERTY DAMAGE CAUSED BY HAZARDOUS MATERIALS IN OR ON THE TEMPERATURE CONTROL UNIT Carry out appropriate decontamination.5 NOTE Chapter 7 Cleaning the surfaces Exposed plug contacts DAMAGE CAUSED BY FLUID INGRESS Protect unused plug contacts with the protective caps supplied. 7. You as the user are responsible for carrying out decontamination BEFORE third-party personnel come into contact with the temperature control unit.7 NOTE Plug contacts Exposed plug contacts DAMAGE CAUSED BY FLUID INGRESS Protect unused plug contacts with the protective caps supplied.Service/maintenance OPERATION MANUAL 7.14//13. You will find a prepared return receipt at www. This is available for download at www. Make sure that any plug contacts not required are protective with the caps.6 NOTE Inspect the mechanical seal No visual inspection of the drip tray MATERIAL DAMAGE IN THE TEMPERATURE CONTROL UNIT BY OVERFLOW OF THE DRIP TRAY Check the drip tray on a monthly basis and empty it when necessary. Expect drop formation at the mechanical seal when operating with thermal fluids that evaporate only very slowly. Clean surfaces only with a damp cloth. we have prepared a form for you.0en/03.08 . Consult the relevant safety data sheet.06.

Danger of burns when draining thermal fluids at temperatures above 20 °C. Always connect the temperature control unit to safety sockets (PE). Unistat® 87 . Have the power supply cable/power supply connection replaced and inspected by an electrician. INFORMATION 8. WARNING Risk of tipping due to unstable temperature control unit SERIOUS INJURY AND PROPERTY DAMAGE Avoid risk of tipping due to unstable temperature control unit. safety goggles. ensure that the thermal fluid has room temperature (20 °C).1. Wear your personnel protective equipment (e. >Drain valve< [4] is closed by turning it clockwise (turn 90° right as far as it will go). CAUTION Hot or very cold thermal fluid SERIOUS BURNS/FREEZING OF LIMBS Before draining.1 Safety instructions and basic principles HAZARD Connection/adjustment to the power supply not carried out by an electrician and/or connection to a power socket without protective earth (PE) MORTAL DANGER FROM ELECTRIC SHOCK Have the connection/adjustment to the power supply carried out by an electrician.g. Never control the temperature of the thermal fluid when the >Drain valve< [4] is open. V1. Isolate the temperature control unit from the power supply. Danger of slipping through contamination of floor and work area.2 All safety instructions are important and must be followed accordingly during working operations! Switch-off PROCEDURE >Mains isolator< [36] set to “0”. respiratory tract. the thermal fluid is too viscous to be drained: Control the temperature of the thermal fluid for a few minutes until the viscosity will allow drainage. temperature-resistant safety gloves. Disconnect the temperature control unit from the power supply.08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded. If. skin. Observe the local regulations/work instructions. at this temperature. CAUTION Non-compliance with the safety data sheet for the thermal fluid to be used INJURIES Risk of injury to the eyes. Only drain with a suitable draining hose and container (these must be resistant to the thermal fluid and temperature).0en/03.14//13.Shutting down Chapter 8 OPERATION MANUAL 8 Shutting down 8. The safety data sheet for the thermal fluid to be used must be read prior to use and its contents respected. HAZARD Damaged power cable/power cable connection MORTAL DANGER FROM ELECTRIC SHOCK Do not start up the temperature control unit. Wear your personal protective equipment when carrying out the drainage operation. Do not use a power cable that is longer than 3 m.06. safety footwear).

place a collection container below the >Cooling water drain< [15] (see wiring diagram page 91.06. Allow all the cooling water to drain out to prevent the risk of freezing during transport and storage! 8. PROCEDURE Close the building’s shut-off valves in the cooling water supply and return lines.3.0en/03.1.6 88 Shipping NOTE Temperature control unit transported in a horizontal position DAMAGE TO THE COMPRESSOR Only transport the temperature control unit in an upright position. Undo the screw cap on the >Cooling water drain< [15].5 Packing Use the original packaging wherever possible! Further information can be found on page 24 in section »Unpacking«. V1.1 CAUTION NOTE Chapter 8 Draining-off the cooling water This section must be observed when using water-cooled temperature control units. Place a collecting container below the >Cooling water outlet< [14] and >Cooling water drain< [15]. Carefully open the cooling water connection. Draining process Pressurized cooling water connections RISK OF INJURY Wear your personnel protective equipment (e. observe page 23. For table-top models. Building side shut-off valves are not closed DAMAGE BY ROOM FLOODING Close the building’s shut-off valves in the cooling water supply and return lines.14//13.Shutting down OPERATION MANUAL 8. section »Annex«). 8.g. bring the transportation locks of the compressor into the transport position. To tighten the transportation locks. Unistat® Liability for errors and misprints excluded. section »Tightening the transportation lock (transport position)«. Comply all requirements in this section to avoid damage to the temperature control unit. 8. NOTE Temperature control unit transported incorrectly PROPERTY DAMAGE Do not transport by truck on the castors or feet. The cooling water will begin to drain out. safety goggles).4 NOTE Transportation lock Not checking the position of the transportation locks prior to transport DAMAGE TO THE TEMPERATURE CONTROL UNIT Prior to packaging and transport of the temperature control unit.3 INFORMATION 8.08 . Open slowly (1-2 signal edges) and drain the cooling water slowly.

Always transport the temperature control unit upright on a pallet! Protect attachments from damage during transport! During transport.Shutting down Chapter 8 OPERATION MANUAL Pallet with squared timber for freestanding units [Secured against slipping] [Place for castors] [Supports] [Pallet] [Pallet feet] Transport using the lugs. For temperature control units with transportation lock. have “disused” temperature control units dispoved of exclusively by approved waste management companies (e. Always use the original packaging for transport. refrigeration and air conditioning companies).0en/03.7 CAUTION NOTE Disposal Uncontrolled or incorrect opening of the coolant circuit RISK OF INJURY AND ENVIRONMENTAL DAMAGE Work on the coolant circuit and disposal of the refrigerant must be carried out by approved refrigeration/air-conditioning system contractors.14//13. Also see page 17. Additionally secure (depending on model) with plastic film. Unistat® 89 . section »Temperature control units with 3 to 30 kg fluorinated greenhouse gases/natural refrigerant«. Also see page 17.06. place the temperature control unit on squared timber to protect the castors/feet. 8. To avoid environmental damage. Improper disposal ENVIRONMENTAL DAMAGE Spilled/leaked thermal fluid must be discarded immediately and correctly. on the top of the temperature control unit.g.1. cardboard and straps. Secure with tensioning belts/lashing straps rated for the weight concerned. section »Temperature control units with 3 to 30 kg fluorinated greenhouse gases/natural refrigerant«. if fitted.08 Liability for errors and misprints excluded. strictly observe on page 23 the section »Transportation lock«. Do not transport the temperature control unit alone and without aids. V1.

3 Email adress: Customer Support Email: support@huber-online.1 Chapter 8 Phone number and company address Contact Customer Support prior to returning your temperature control unit.2 Telephone number: Sales Telephone: +49-781-9603-123 8. Telephone number: Customer Support Telephone: +49-781-9603-244 8. section »Decontamination/repairs«.1.8 INFORMATION 8.0en/03.4 Service/return adress Peter Huber Kältemaschinenbau GmbH Werner-von-Siemens-Straße 1 77656 Offenburg 8.06.8.08 .Shutting down OPERATION MANUAL 8.14//13.9 Certificate of Compliance Please read page 86.8. Have the serial number of your temperature control unit to hand.8. 90 Unistat® Liability for errors and misprints excluded.8. V1. The serial number can be found on the rating plate on the temperature control unit.com 8.

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