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Installation and Maintenance Instructions for operation by specialists.

ROTEX A1 BG Inline:
Gas Condensing Boiler.
Type

Output

ROTEX A1 BG 25i

5 25 kW

ROTEX A1 BG 40i

8 40 kW

Product Number

Customer

DE

Ta b l e o f C o n t e n t s

Safety Instructions
Conditions of Warranty
Declaration of Conformity

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The Parameters of the Control System


Displaying and Adjusting the Parameters
Parameters for Heating Specialists
Steepness of the Heating Curve
Hot Water Set Value
Legionella Protection
Reduced Operation
Summer Shut-off
Maximum Boiler Temperature
Mixer Minimum Temperature
Mixer Maximum Temperature
Daylight Saving Time Switch
Minimum Running Time of Burner
Reset
Operation Hour Counter
Burner Start Counter
Type of Operation
Leaving the Heating Engineer Mode
Activating and Deactivating Sensors
Flowchart of Parameter Adjustments
Setting the Time
Setting Individual Time Programmes

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Chapter 4: The Gas Burner

Chapter 1: Set-up and Installation


Installation Variants
Shipment
Delivery Condition
Place of Installation
Water Connection
Flue Gas and Air Supply Connection
Installation Variants
Description of the Installation Variants
Connecting the Condensate Drain
Connecting the Temperature Sensor
Connecting the Pumps
Electrical Installation
Connecting the Gas Pipe
Initial Operation
Testing the Safety Temperature Limiter
Checklist
List of the Norms and Guidelines
to be Observed
Chapter 2: The Boiler Control Panel
Summary
Electrical Fuse
Safety Temperature Limiter
Testing the STL
Manual Adjustment of Boiler Temperature
Replacing the Boiler Control Panel
Replacing the Control System

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Gas Burner
Summary
Resetting the Burner
Burner Output
Limiting the Maximum Burner Output
Limiting the Minimum Burner Output
Integrated Gas/Air Regulating Device
Adjusting the Burner and Type of Gas
Adjusting the Ignition and Ionisation
Electrodes

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Chapter 3: The Control System


Chapter 5: Integrated Connection Group
Summary
Operation Mode Selection Switch
Continual Daytime Operation
Processing of Sanitary Water
Manual Operation
Time Programmes
Set Temperature for Normal Operation
Set Temperature for Low Operation
The Display
Displaying the Storage Tank Temperature
Displaying the Mixer Circuit Flow
Temperature
Displaying the Outdoor Temperature
Displaying the Room Temperature
Displaying the Time
Display of Faults
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Installation
Functioning
Electrical Installation
Technical Data

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Chapter 6: Maintenance and Cleaning


Removing the Sound Insulation Cap
Removing the Boiler Casing
Removing the Insulation Mould Parts
Opening the Combustion Chamber
Cleaning the Combustion Chamber
and the Burner
Most Important Steps
Checking the Connections

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Cleaning the Burner Panelling


Troubleshooting

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Chapter 7: Hot Water Tank


Hydraulic Diagrams
Technical Data

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Chapter 8: Technical Data


Switch Plan
Firing Device
ROTEX A1 BG Inline

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S a f e t y I n s t ru c t i o n s a n d S t a t e m e n t
o f Wa rra n t y
When working on the heating system, make
sure that the main switch is in the off position at all times and secured against accidental switching on.
Only authorised and properly trained specialists (heating specialists) may perform work
on the heating system.
The minimum distances to walls and other
objects, stated in chapter 1, must be observed unconditionally.
The correct installation of the temperature
sensors and the safety temperature limiter must be checked before starting up the
boiler for the first time.
Operating the A1 without heat insulation
and/or casing is not allowed (fire hazard).
Before connecting to the power-supply
line, compare the main voltage (240 V
50 Hz), stated on the type label, with the voltage of the supply line.
The heating system must be constructed in
compliance with technical safety regulations,
as described in DIN 4751 for an open system
(DIN 4751 part 1) or a closed system
(DIN 4751 part 2) and strictly in accordance with Corgi recommendations. This
technical documentation is based on EN and
DIN standards. These Standards can vary from
the country usual standards. In these cases the
standards of the respective country are valid.
For example in UK: CORGI REGULATIONS.
Safety valves must be properly checked and
must meet the requirements of TRD 721. The
blow-off output must correspond to the
rated heating output of the A1.
For closed systems in compliance with DIN
4751 part 2, only use safety valves with an
H on the parts check seal. They must be
built into the safety flow.
When filling the heating system and putting it
into operation, follow VDI 2035.

ROTEX A1 has been checked and approved


according to DIN-EN 303, pr. EN 667, and pr.
EN 483.
When installing a gas heating system, you
must observe the regulations described in
TRGI G 600 and the regulations of your gas
supply firm.
The gas connection pressure must lie between
5 and 55 mbar.
The electrical installation must be carried
out by authorised specialists in compliance
with current VDE guidelines. In addition, the
regulations of your electricity provider
must be taken into account.
Only waste gas mechanisms approved for use
with condensing boilers may be used.
The gas data on the boiler label of the
mechanism should be compared with connection data provided by your gas supply firm.
Seals should not be removed or damaged.
ROTEX assumes responsibility for faults in
materials and fabrication when the product is
used in accordance with these warranty conditions.
General Regulations for the Warranty
During the warranty period, ROTEX commits
itself to having the appliance repaired free of
charge by a specialist under contract by the
company.
ROTEX reserves the right to supply a replacement for the product instead of repairing it. A
warranty claim can only be honoured if it can
be proved that the appliance was installed
properly by an authorised specialist. As evidence we strongly recommend that the enclosed installation and instruction form be filled
out and sent back to ROTEX.
Warranty Period
The warranty period begins with the day of
installation (date on the receipt of the company performing the installation), but no later
than 6 months after the day the appliance was
manufactured (date of invoice). The warranty
period is not extended when the appliance is
taken back for repair or replacement.

Warranty period for the burner: 1 year.


Warranty period for the electrical parts of the
boiler: 2 years.
Warranty period for the body of the boiler: 10
years.
Disqualification from the Warranty
Any tampering with the appliance and any
improper modifications result in an immediate
ineligibility for all warranty claims.
Damage during shipment and transportation
are not included in the warranty.
The warranty excludes all subsequent costs, in
particular removal and re-installation costs.
No claims for parts subject to wear and tear
(according to the definition of the manufacturer), such as burner nozzles, lamps, switches,
flue gas connection, fuses, will be honoured.
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
for the condensing boiler central heating systems
ROTEX A1 BG 25i and ROTEX A1 BG 40i
We, ROTEX GmbH, declare on our own responsibility that the products
Product
Order-No.
ROTEX A1 BG 25i
15 56 00
ROTEX A1 BG 40i
15 56 01
both comply to the following European guidelines:
89/336/EWG
Electromagnetic Compatibility
96/396/EWG
EG Machine Guideline
73/23/EWG
EG Low Voltage Guideline
92/42/EWG
EG Efficiency Guideline
In order to assure compliance with the regulations
of the guidelines, the following norms have been
adhered to:
DIN 4702-1; DIN EN 303-1; pr EN 483; pr EN 677;
VDE 0722; DIN VDE 0116; EN 55104;
EN 61000-4-2; EN 61000-4-4; ENV 50142;
ENV 50141; DIN EN 6100-4-11;
EN 55014; DIN VDE 0875-14;
EN 61000-3-2;EN 61000-3-3.

Gglingen, 1st April, 2001 Dr.-Ing. Franz Grammling

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Chapter 1: Set-up and Installation

These instructions should be read


carefully before you begin installation.
Please contact our technical customer
service department if you have any questions. The installation, connection, and

A1 BG 25i on the floor

initial operation must be carried out by


authorised specialists. Improper installation and tampering with the appliance
result in ineligibility for the warranty.

A1 BG 25i on the US 150

A1 BG 25i on a base

Remark:
The discharge height of the discharge pipe should
not lie above the lower edge of the waste gas pipe.
If you install the unit with a private reservoir, plan
for a boiler platform with a height of at least
80 mm.

A1 BG 40i on the floor

fig. 1.1: side view of installation variants

A1 BG 25i on the floor

A1 BG 25i on the US 150

A1 BG 25i on a base

fig. 1.2: rear view of installation variants


boiler return 1 1/4 " male / 1 female
boiler flow 1 1/4 " male / 1 female
KFE filling and drain spigot 1/2 " female
flue gas connection 80
Luftanschluss 50
air supply line with LAS connection
set 80
7. gas supply line 1/2 female
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

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8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.

conservator tank connection 1/2 " female


hot water 3/4 " male
circulation 3/4 " male
return heat exchanger 3/4 " female
sensor pocket
flow heat exchanger 3/4 " female
cold water 3/4 " male

A1 BG 40i on the floor

Shipment

Water Connection

The A1 is delivered on a disposable pallet. All


industrial vehicles, such as elevating trucks
and fork-lifts, are suitable for shipment. The
boiler must not be lifted or pushed by the
casing. Use the 2 straps on either side of the
package to lift the boiler and pallet.

On the back of the A1 are two connections


with 1 1/4 " male bzw. 1 " female (return see
pos. 1, flow see pos. 2 in fig. 1.2). The A1
uses the same flow and return for the heating
circuit and the storage tank.

Delivery Condition
ROTEX A1 BGi boilers are already completely
assembled upon delivery. The output of the
boilers modulates within a range of 5-25 kW
with the A1 BG 25i and 8-40 kW with the A1
BG 40i (see the chapter "The Control
System" for more information). All connections are accessible without removal of the
casing.
Installation
Remove the packaging from the boiler and
position the boiler in the spot where it is to be
installed. The measurements may be taken
from figures 1.1 and 1.2. Connection pipes
must be fitted in such a way that the A1 can
be opened completely. The boiler must be in a
fully horizontal position. Irregularities in the
floor can be corrected by applying adjustable
feet to the boiler. Necessary tool: mid-sized
screwdriver

To connect the heating circuit and hot


water storage tank (e.g. ROTEX SANICUBE or US 150), the included connection
set (T-piece and reversing valve) must be
assembled.
A 380 mm base can be ordered, order no.
15 30 20.
Low-water Safety Device
Tests have shown that the overheating safety
device on the ROTEX A1 BGi shuts off and
locks the burner even when the water level is
low. The low-water safety device required of
manufacturers in DIN 4751-2, Feb. 1993 edition, is thus not needed

Do not fill the heating system until all installation work is finished. The filling and emptying
fitting (KFE spigot, pos. 3 in fig. 1.2) is on the
back of the boiler on the right side and includes a manometer. Connect a 1/2" hose to the
fitting and secure the hose against slipping
with a hose clamp. Turn the fitting of the boiler
on (KFE spigot, pos. 3 in fig. 1.2) and begin filling the unit with water until the manometer
reading shows that there is approximately 1.5 (
1.5 of what ??????bar atmospheres????)of
excess pressure in the unit (green area). Take
care that no boiler water flows back into the
drinking water pipes. After completion of the
filling, the heating net must be vented out.
Remark: All connections should be checked
for tightness before operating the appliance
for the first time. In order to avoid corrosive
products and deposits, adhere to VDI 2035
regulations. If the water used for filling and
replenishing the boiler has a particularly high
degree of hardness, measures should be taken
to stabilise or soften the water.
Important: The water pressure should be
checked with the manometer (1.5 0.5 bar) at
regular intervals while the installation is in
operation and adjusted by replenishing the
water supply if necessary.
Necessary tool: adjustable spanner.

Place of Installation
The boiler should not be operated in rooms
with aggressive vapours (e.g. hairspray, perchlor-ethylene, carbon tetrachloride), a high amount of dust, or high humidity (e.g. laundry
rooms) unless you have an air purification
system. There must be a ventilation opening of
at least 150 cm2 in the room. Tip: If you use a
concentric air purification system, you can do
without the ventilation opening, and there are
no further conditions on the place of installation.

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Flue Gas and Air Supply Connection


Fundamentals: The company connecting the
flue gas pipe should get in contact with the
chimney sweep responsible for the area. Even
in regions where this is not required by law,
we recommend recording the participation
of the chimney sweep on a written form.
The ROTEX A1 must be connected to the
waste gas mechanism on the storey the unit is
installed on.
The flue gas pipe connection has a diameter of
80 mm and is equipped with special acid-resistant seals. The measurements for this
connection can be taken from fig. 1.3. A minimum distance of 400 mm between the flue
pipe and the boiler is required if the flue gas
pipe is not insulated.

The flue gas must be released in the following


manner:
- by way of chimneys in compliance with
DIN 18160
- by way of vertical flue gas lines with general
building authorization of air waste gas
systems
- by way of free standing chimneys
(see DIN 4133 and DIN 1056)
- by way of exhaust shafts meeting the general
requirements of flue gas mechanisms, in
compliance with DIN 18017 part 1
(see section 6.3.1)
- by way of ventilation units in compliance with
DIN 18017 part 3; this corresponds to the
guidelines established in DVGW worksheet
G 626

a) connection dependent on room air (fig. 1.4)

fresh air from


room

outgoing air

b) connection independent of room air with


separate air supply (fig. 1.5)
fresh air

Diameter of Connection:
flue gas side
boiler side

A 79,8
A 125

DN

52

DN intake air

48 2

outgoing air
flue gas DN 80 socket end I = 80,8 mm + 0,3
intake air DN 125 socket end I = 125,5 mm + 0,5

A 79,8 mm 0,2
A 125 mm - 1

fig. 1.3: measurements of the LAS connectiondes


In principle, the connection is possible on all
flue gas lines suited for type B (allowed up to
120 C) and type C (allowed up to 160 C)
heating operations (not sensitive to humidity,
tested for high pressure). A standard flue gas
STL is integrated. into the control panel for
this purpose. No other built-in safeguard is
necessary. We strongly recommend installing
the accompanying ROTEX flue gas pipe line
made of PP since it is equipped with special
acid-resistant seals. For the construction and
dimensions of the flue gas system, consult the
local building control authority
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c) connection independent of room air with


concentric air-flue gas system (fig. 1.6)

Installation Variants
Installation Variants
Generally, the A1 BG 25i and A1 BG 40i
condensing boilers can be installed in three
different manners:
They may be operated in a such a way that
they use the air in the installation room as
combustion air (connection dependent on room
air), compare fig. 1.4 and pos. 2 in fig. 1.9. It
is necessary to install permanebtly ventilation
openings with a size of 1 x 150 cm2 or
2 x 75 cm2 in the installation room for this
installation variant (dependent on room air).

fresh air
outgoing air

Operation Independent of Room Air with


Separate Air Supply

Connection Independent of Room Air with


Concentric Air-flue gas System

1) flue gas line 80 mm


2) air supply line 50 mm
3) Lventilation opening 150 cm2
4) LAS connection pipe
order no. 154561

1) concentric air-flue gas line


2) ROTEX LAS gas connection set
order no. 155070

fig. 1.7: operation independent of room air


with separate air supply

fig. 1.8: operation independent of room air


with concentric air-flue gas connection

The air supply may be installed with pipes


made of synthetic material, 50 mm, or with
flexible lines. For this method of installation,
the burner must be adapted to operation independent of room air with the ROTEX LAS
connection pipe, order no. 154561
(not included in the standard delivery package). A description of the necessary assembly
steps is included with the LAS connection set.
Remark: The bolier room must contain a ventilation opening with a free cross-section of at
least 150 cm2 for this method of installation.

A concentric air-flue gas system acceptable


for condensing boilers with a diameter of
DN 80/125 is used as the air-flue gas line.
Remarks: We strongly recommend using the
accompanying ROTEX flue gas lines since they
are equipped with special acid-resistant
washers.
The ROTEX LAS gas connection set is needed
for connection; order no. 154560 (not included
in the standard delivery package).

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Air
Flue gas
operation independent of room air
with LAS connection set

operation dependent on room air


1 x 150 cm2
or 2 x 75 cm2
ventilation
opening

operation partially independent of room air

operation independent of room air


with LAS connection set

operation independent of
room air with LAS connection set

operation independent of room air


with LAS connection set

rear ventilation

* longitudinally aired shaft with 90 min. of fire resistance; with buildings of a low height 30 min.
All of the installation variants are shown schematically in fig. 1.9.
maximal effective levels of the flue gas line in m:
installation variant A1 BG 25i / DN 80
A1 BG 40i / DN 80
1
23
8
2
22
17
3
22
17
4
21
14
5
22
10
6
22
10

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- All flue gas lines allowed for heating


technology (types B and C) may be used
- a connection adapter may be needed!
- condensation removal: observe regulations set down by local water officials!
Neutralisation is generally required with oil
burners (integrated in the tank)!
ROTEX offers complete flue gas system kits
with all parts necessary for the various installation variations.
Fig. 1.10 displays the most important kits.
For installation variants 1, 4, 5, and 6, the
LAS gas connection set, order no. 155070,
is also necessary.

Kits for Synthetic (PP) Flue Gas System


Kit F PPD-F (order no. 155079.06)
Roof Coverings for Kit F
PPD-SD25 for roofs slanted 5-25
(order no. 155079.0014)
PPD-SD45 for roofs slanted 25-45
(order no. 155079.0037)
PPD-SD55 for roofs slanted 35-55
(order no. 155079.0012)
PPD-FD15 for flat roofs and roofs slanted 0-15 (order no. 155070.0082)
PPD-FD for flat roofs (order no.
155079.0040)

Kit E
PPE-E
(order no. 155079.05)

if needed
PPE-TS
(order no. 155079.0002)
Kit D
PPD-D
(order no. 155079.04)

Kit B
PPE-B
(order no. 155079.02)

Kit G
PPW-G
(order no. 155079.07)

LAS-Connection Set necessary for


installation variants 1, 4, 5, and 6
-LAS1 for gas (order no. 155070)
-LAS2 for oil (order no. 154560)

Kit C PPD-C
(order no. 155079.03)

Kit A PPE-A
(order no. 155079.01)

fig. 1.10: kits for synthetic (PP) flue gas system


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with reference to = 1,2 (corresponding to CO2 = 9.8 %)

A1 BG 25i

mass of flue gas flow/E natural gas burner output


mass of flue gas flow in kg/s

mass of flue gas flow in kg/s

mass of flue gas flow/E natural gas burner output

with reference to = 1,2 (corresponding to CO2 = 9.8 %)

burner output in KW

burner output in KW

fig. 1.11: mass of flue gas flow / burner performance for A1 BG 25i
description of the installation variants
displayed in fig. 1.9.
Installation Variant 1
(operation independent of room air).
The chimney or a special shaft allows air to
enter from outside, which is then used as
combustion air. The flue gas is released by
way of a flue gas line ( 80 mm) acceptable for
combustion heating. The line is run up to the
roof through the same shaft used for air
intake. The distance between the point where
the smoke is released into the air and the
ridge of the roof must be at least 40 cm. The
boiler is connected with the LAS connection
set, order no. 15 50 70 (pos. 1 in fig. 1.9).
Installation Variant 2
The flue gas is released as with variant 1, but
the combustion air is taken directly from the
installation room. The installation room must
thus be properly ventilated (ventilation opening: 1 x 150 cm2 or 2 x 75 cm2
(pos. 2 in fig. 1.9).
Installation Variant 3
(operation independent of room air)
The flue gas is released as with variants 1 and
2, but the combustion air is procured by way of
a separate air canal from outside. If the air
canal is led through adjacent rooms, it must be
capable of resisting fire for at least 90 minutes
(pos. 3 in fig. 1.9).

fig. 1.12: mass of flue gas flow / burner performance for A1 BG 40i

T-piece on the outer pipe (pos. 4 a in fig. 1.9)


or sucked in through the annular gap of the
double pipe above the surface of the roof
(pos. 4 b in fig. 1.9).
Installation Variant 5
(operation independent of room air).
The heating boiler is placed directly under the
roof. The combustion air is led in and flue gas
led out by way of a concentric double pipe.
The inner pipe carries flue gas out while the
outer annular gap sucks combustion air in from
outside. There must be a distance of at least
40 cm between the point where the flue gas is
released and the surface of the roof. The
ROTEX LAS connection set, order no.
15 50 70 (pos. 5 in fig. 1.9) is required for this
variant.
Installation Variant 6
(operation independent of room air).
This variant is identical to variant 5, except
that the air-flue gas pipe is run through the
timberwork. In this area, the air-flue gas pipe
is either led through a protective pipe with
necessary fire resistance or separated from
the timberwork (pos. 6 in fig. 1.9).
Please observe the guidelines in DIN 4705
when installing the flue gas mechanism.
Remark: The maximum back pressure of the
flue gas is 200 Pa. The flue gas pipe should be
at an angle of 30 to 45 degrees at the point
where it is led into the chimney.
The mass of the flue gas flow is dependent on
the output level the burner has been set to.

Installation Variant 4
Connecting the Condensate Drain
(operation independent of room air)
The heating boiler is connected to a concentric
air-flue gas system with the LAS connection
set, order no. 15 50 70. This concentric pipe
is run through the outer wall, ending at least
40 cm above the surface of the roof. In the outdoor portion of the pipe, the outer air gap serves to insulate the flue gas pipe. The combustion air is taken from outside by way of a
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A1 BG 40i

The included condensate siphon should be


connected to the condensate pipe. The condensate pipe should be set at an angle which
allows the condensate to flow steadily into the
waste water system. The level of the flow in
the condensate siphon and pipe must lie
below the flue gas pipe at all points along the
line so that there is no danger of the condensate clogging up the flue gas pipe.

Connecting the Temperature Sensor


The boiler features a weather sensitive regulation of the flow temperature. To use this function, it is necessary to connect an outdoor
temperature sensor. If you are also using a
hot water storage tank, you will also need a
domestic water temperature sensor (storage
tank sensor). The outside sensor should be
attached on the coolest side of the house
(north or north-east) at about a third of the
height of the house (2 meter minimum
distance from the ground). Do not attach
the sensor near heat sources (chimneys, hot
air from ventilation shafts, exposure to the
sun, etc.) as this may have an effect on the
readings. The cable outlet should be always
be directed towards the ground so that moisture cannot soak into it. For the electrical
installation, a twin-core cable with a minimal
sectional area of 1 mm 2 is prescribed. The
resistance of the sensor is 2000 at 25C
(PTC resistance).
Remark: The sensor lines should always be
installed separately. A parallel installation of
the sensor and the net pipe within one installation is not allowed and can result in considerable malfunctioning of the controls. To
ensure fault-free operation and to avoid damaging the control system, use only the sensors
included in the package. 1 outside sensor, 1
storage tank sensor, and 1 boiler sensor are
installed in the controls as standard equipment. If you do not plan to install a hot water
storage tank, you may request that your boiler
be delivered without the storage tank sensor.
Procedure: Turn off the main switch of the
boiler and unplug the storage tank sensor.
Open the service lid and press the blue button
while turning on the main switch. Hold down
the blue button for approximately 4
seconds until SET appears on the display.
The current sensor configuration is now set
(for detailed information see the chapter The
Control System).

The Pumps

12V Plug Strip

The A1 boilers are equipped with an integrated circulation pump and a 3-way reversing
valve. The pump and the 3-way diverter valve
are connected to the Wieland plug strip
(fig. 1.13).
pump connection: 3 poled red
3-way diverter valve connection: 3 poled
blue

220V Plug Strip

connection group

230 V/50 Hz power


supply (black)

mixer circuit sensor


(brown)
storage tank sensor
(green)

storage tank
(green)
heating circuit
(red)

mixer circuit
pump (white)

outdoor sensor
(red)
radio-controlled clock
(blue)

mixer
(green)

room station
(black)

diverter valve
(blue)

fig. 1.13: plug strip


Electrical Installation
The ROTEX A1 BG 25i and A1 BG 40i are designed to be used with 240 Volt 50 Hz alternating voltage. Before connecting the boiler,
make sure that the supply voltage corresponds to the main voltage stated above.
In order to avoid confusion between the power
supply and sensor connections, they differ in
colour and shape (fig. 1.14). The electrical
installation of the boiler is completed in the
factory. Changes to the electrical installation are dangerous and should not be performed under any conditions. The connection
to the main supply may only be performed by
authorised specialists working in compliance
with VDI regulations DIN 57 116 and the
regulations of your energy provider.

fig. 1.14: plug strip connections


Connecting the Gas Pipe
The gas connections must be made in compliance with the technical guidelines for gas
installation on worksheet G 600 of TRGI 86,
1996 edition. The gas pipe is connected to
the safety control block (1/2 female) on the
unit (comp. pos. 7 in fig. 1.1 and pos. 7 in
fig. 1.1). We strongly recommend using the
DVGW approved connection hose shipped with
the unit.

A DVGW approved heat-triggered stopping


device (TAE) is built into the unit at the factory.
The TAE must be built in compliance with the
regulations in DVGW-VP 301.
The standard gas connection pipe can cause a
decrease of pressure of up to 3.2 mbar. This
does not have a negative affect on the functioning of the unit.

Type of Gas

Supply Pressure in mbar*


min
max
E natural gas 17.0
25.0
LL natural gas 17.0
25.0
*If the gas connection pressure lies outside of
the range indicated, you are advised to contact
your gas supply firm.
[ 11 ]

Initial Operation

Testing the Safety Temperature Limiter


(STL)

After the connection work has been completed, the A1 is ready for operation and may be
put into operation by trained personnel. Before
putting the boiler into operation for the first
time, you should check the checklist at the
end of the chapter Set-up and Installation
carefully. When all questions on this checklist
can be answered with yes, the pre-adjusted
burner may be put into operation temporarily.
The switch mode of operation on the control
panel must be set to manual (pos. 1, fig.
1.15). Now the unit may be put into operation
by turning on the main switch. The boiler
temperature regulator (pos. 2, fig. 1.15)
should be in the central position (vertical
upwards) for the test.

To test the STL, switch the operation mode


selection switch to stand-by and hold down
the TV button until the STL starts and the
burner stops (fig. 1.16; be careful, as the
boiler chassis becomes extremely hot).
After a successful test, the STL must be
unlocked manually after the boiler cools down
(fig. 1.17).

mode of operation switch;


manual position

mode of operation switch;


manual position

automatic

pos. 2 in fig. I2.1

hold down TV button


until STL starts
pos. 13 in fig. 2.1

boiler temperature regulator


fig.1.16: testing the STL
automatic

to unlock:
1. remove protecting cap
2. press red button

pos. 7 in fig. 2.1

fig. 1.15: manual operation


STL;
pos. 11 in fig. 2.1

flue gas STL;


pos. 12 in fig. 2.1
fig.1.17: re-setting the STL

[ 12 ]

STL 110C
type ego no.: 55.125 25.540
waste gas STL 120C
type ego no.: 55.125 25.540

Checklist
1. Is the proper flow of the combustion air ensured?

yes

no

2. Is the room properly ventilated?

yes

no

3. Do the electrical connections meet regulations?

yes

no

4. Is the main voltage 230 Volt 50 Hz?

yes

no

5. Is the flue gas pipe fitted correctly?

yes

no

6. Is the system water pressure between 1.5 and 2.0 bar?

yes

no

7. Are the boiler and the heating system vented?


For ventilation purposes and before putting the unit into operation, all control valves should be opened completely!

yes

no

8. Are the heating circuit pump and the diverter valve connected?

yes

no

9. Are all sensors connected and positioned correctly? (outdoor temperature sensor, storage temperature sensor

yes

no

10. Are the sensors of the temperature limiter and the safety temperature limiter fitted correctly in the sensor pockets?

yes

no

11. Has the gas connection been performed correctly by a specialist? (flow and return; air tightness)

yes

no

12. Has the gas pipe been properly deaerated?

yes

no

Only when all these questions can be


answered with yes may the unit be put
into operation.

List of the Norms and Guidelines to be


Observed
instructions and regulations for gas combustion:
DIN 1298, 3388, 3440, 4702, 4705, 4753, DINEN 303; DIN-EN 50165.
technical regulations::
TRGI 89, worksheet G 600, 1996 edition;
G260-I.
VDE codes:
VDE 0100, 016.

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C h a p t e r 2 : T h e B o i l e r C o n t ro l P a n e l

fig. 2.1: The Boiler Control Panel


Summary
All important service elements and technical
safety features of the boiler are integrated in
the boiler control panel. The electronics insure
trouble-free operation of the unit. All displays
and controls are marked with position numbers
and are described in the following.
1 Main Switch ON/OFF Switch
All components of the heating system can be
turned on or off with the main switch. When
the heating system is running, the main switch
is lit with a green light. When the heating
system is running properly, all other control
lights remain off.
2 Operation Mode Selection Switch
You can choose between the following modes
of operation:
Stand-by: (for long absences) All heating
systems are turned off. However, antifrost and pump protection (see electrical
control system) remain operational.
Night Set Back Operation
Weekday Programmes (pre-adjusted time
programmes and the setting of individual
time programmes; see The Electrical
Control System)
Continual Daytime Operation
Generation of Domestic Hot Water
(without heating operation)

Use: For normal operation, the operation


selection switch should be set to the symbol
,
,
or .
3 Day Temperature Selection Switch
Allows you to choose the set temperature for
"normal operation".
Adjustment: According to individual choices
to temperature.
4 Night Setback Temperature Selection
Switch
Allows you to choose the set temperature for
low operation (night lowering).
Adjustment: According to individual sensitivity to temperature.
5 Burner Fault Display
During normal operation the light remains off.
The light indicates that there is a fault in the
boiler (unsuccessful burner start).
How to react to a burner fault: You can
restart the burner by pressing the interference
override button on the burner. If burner faults
occur repeatedly, the interference should be
repaired (also see chapter 4 The Gas Burner).
6 Safety Temperature Limiter Display
The display indicates that the unit has been
locked in the off position when the boiler
becomes overheated due to a defect.
How to react to an STL shut-off: The STL
display indicates that a serious failure has
occurred in the heating system (e.g. obstruction, air in the system, or a pump defect).

cases the operation mode selection switch


must be switched to manual operation.
During normal operation of the heating system,
the temperature selection switch should
always be set to automatic.
Remark: The 3-way diverter valve is set to
heating circuit.
8 The Display (Standard Display)
The standard display indicates the current
water temperature in the boiler and the ON/OFF
State of the burner, the heating circuit pump,
and the domestic hot water pump can be same
pump. For an explanation of further display
options see The Electrical Control System.
Chimney Sweep Switch and Control Light
(only for the heating expert)
For measurement and maintenance purposes
(chimney sweeps), all components connected to the heating system (circulation pump
and boiler) can be put into operation for a
short period of time without the necessity of
changing the adjustments on the control panel.
The control light lights up to indicate this
mode of operation. During normal operation
the light remains off. The 3-way diverter valve
is set to heating circuit.
10 Fuse
The fuse for the control panel is located under
the cover (250 V; 6,4 A).
11 Safety Temperature Limiter (red re-set
button under cover, to be unscrewed)
12 Flue Gas STL

Manual Operation (for specialists or in


case of defects in the electrical control
system)

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7 Selection Switch Boiler Temperature


The boiler temperature selection switch serves
only to heat the system manually and for temporary manual adjustment of the boiler temperature (e.g. on the occasion of a malfunctioning
of the electronic control system). In these

13 TV Button (only for heating expert)


14 Short Operating Instructions
15 Burner Unlock Button

Electrical Fuse (fig. 2.2)


If the green light remains off and nothing
appears in the display when the heating main
switch and the main switch are turned on, the
electrical fuse is probably defective.
Replacement (only when the heating
main switch is turned off):
The fuse is located in the fuse box (pos. 10 in
fig. 2.1). It can be removed by pressing it in
lightly and turning it counter-clockwise
1/4 of a turn. If the new fuse blows immediately, there is a short in the system which must
be eliminated by authorised specialists.
Type of Fuse: Use only fuses of type 250 V;
6.4 AT.

Safety Temperature Limiter STL (STB)


(fig. 2.3)
The STL control light (Pos. 6 in Abb. 2.1)
lights up when the boiler is overheated. The
unit is automatically shut off and locked. As
this protection feature only works when a
defect in the heating system occurs, the
cause of the overheating must be identified and eliminated before the STL is
reset!
The STL or the flue gas STL may be unlocked
after the protection cap has been screwed off
by pressing the red button. If you must replace
the STL, only use approved STLs of the
same type!
STL type: EGO No. 55.12525.540 11OC /
ROTEX order no. 015.00 30 013.
STL type: EGO No. 55.125 26.530 12OC /
ROTEX order no. Nr. 015.00 30 030.

Testing the STLs (fig. 2.4)


Before the customer takes over responsibility
for the heating system, the STL shut-down
must be tested. In order to do this, turn the
operation mode selection switch (pos. 1 in
fig. 2.1) to stand-by and hold down the TV
button (pos. 13 in fig. 2.2) until the STL starts.
Warning: The chassis of the boiler becomes extremely hot!

mode of operation switch;


stand-by position

automatic

pos. 2 in fig. 2.1

hold down TV button


until the STL starts
pos. 13 in fig. 2.1

Abb. 2.4: testing the STL

250 V; 6.4 AT fuse


to open: 1/4 of a turn
counter-clockwise

STL;
pos. 11 in fig. 2.1

pos. 10 in fig. 2.1

fig. 2.2: changing the fuse


flue gas STB

to reset:
1. remove protecting cap
2. press red button

Manual Adjustment of Boiler


Temperature (fig. 2.5)
(e.g. to heat up at the construction site) Set
the operation mode selection switch (pos. 2 in
fig. 2.1) to manual operation. Set the desired boiler temperature on the temperature selection switch (pos. 7 in fig. 2.1). Control the
boiler temperature on the LCD display (pos. 8
in fig. 2.1). Range of adjustment: 35 85C.
Max. temperature in "auto" position.

STL 110C
type ego no.: 55.125 25.540

waste gas STL 120C

mode of operation switch;


manual position

type ego no.: 55.125 26.530

choosing the boiler temperature


automatic

pos. 7 in fig. 2.1

fig. 2.3: unlocking the STL


pos. 2 in fig. 2.1

temperature control on
the standard display
pos. 8 in
fig. 2.1

fig. 2.5: manual operation

[ 15 ]

Replacing the Boiler Control Panel


(fig. 2.6)
(only when the heating main switch is in
the off position)
To replace the boiler control panel, the compact plug on the burner should be pulled out
and the sensors should be pulled out of the
sensor pockets. The plug strip on the side of
the boiler wall can simply be unhooked after
all plug connections have been unplugged (the
positions of each of the components are
shown graphically in fig. 2.8 at the end of the
chapter). The casing of the control panel can
be removed after the four fastening screws
have been removed (fig. 2.6).

fig. 2.6: replacing the boiler control panel

Replacing the Control System (fig. 2.7)


The two fastening screws on the control
system can be removed with a 1/4 of a turn
anti-clockwise. Now the electrical control
system can be pulled forward. Bend the fitting
clips of the plug connections outward with two
small electric screwdrivers to pull out the
plugs.

front view

loosen screws 1/4 of a


turn counter-clockwise

loosen plugs

fig. 2.7: replacing the control system

[ 16 ]

rear view
remove plugs X1, X2, and X3

mixer circuit sensor


(brown)
storage tank sensor
(green)

connection group

230 V/50 Hz power


supply (black)
storage tank
(green)
heating circuit (red)
mixer circuit
pump (white)

outdoor sensor (red)


radio-controlled clock
(blue)
room pos.
(black)

mixer
(green)
diverter valve
(blue)

fig. 2.8: wiring diagram


[ 17 ]

C h a p t e r 3 : T h e C o n t ro l S y s t e m

The following modes of operation may be chosen from:

fig. 3.1: operation elements of the control


system
Summary
The boiler is equipped with a weather compensated control system. The flow temperature is regulated according to the outdoor
temperature. A hot water control is integrated
in the boiler. The control system includes a
switch clock with a weekday programme.
Three time programmes programmed at the
factory may be chosen from. Individual time
programmes may also be added if needed. All
basic functions are controlled by microprocessors. All basic algorhythms and control parameters have already been set optimally at the
factory. The operator of the unit can adjust the
basic settings to his or her needs.
Power Reserve for Data Security
All programmed parameters and set values as
well as the current date (time, switch-off
times, day of the week, year) are saved by the
integrated power reserve, even after extended
disuse or a power failure.
selection switch (pos. 1)
Mode of Operation

Stand-by: all heating systems are turned


off; anti-frost and pump protection remain
operational
Used For: leaving the unit off when the
building is fully protected
Continual Night Set Back Operation:
continual low level heating operation and
simultaneous processing of domestic
water; The production of hot water occurs
during the operation times fixed by time
programme 2.
Used For: e.g., when you are away for
extended periods of time in winter
Warning: When there is a danger of
frost, the boiler should either be set to
stand-by or drained of water.
Continual Daytime Operation:
The space heating flow temperature is
maintained by the room sensor (pos. 2).
The processing of domestic water occurs
during the operation times fixed by time
programme 2.
Used For: Stopping Night Set Back
Operation for unplanned use of premises
Production of Domestic Hot Water
(without heating operation)
The heating operation is turned off when
domestic water is processed. The processing of hot water occurs during the operation times fixed by time programme 2.
Used For: the processing of water when
the heating operation is turned off.
Manual Operation:
(for specialists or when there is a fault in
the electrical control system)
Used For: During normal operation the
operation mode selection switch should
be set to the symbol
or .
Time Programmes:
Any of the three day programmes may be
chosen with the operation mode selection
switch (pos. 1). The programmes set at
the factory are shown below. If necessary,
you may also set individual time programmes.

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Workplace
Heating

Day

Heating Operation

Remark

Circuit
from/till
burner circuit Mo Fr 05:00 18:00 oclock
16:00 22:00 oclock
Sa and Su 07:00 23:00 oclock
hot water
circuit

Mo Fr

04:30 08:00 oclock


15:30 22:00 oclock
Sa and Su 06:30 23:00 oclock
mixer circuit Mo Fr 04:00 08:00 oclock only if
15:00 22:00 oclock installed
Sa and Su 07:00 23:00 oclock mixer

Family
Heating
Day
Heating Operation Remark
Circuit
from/till
burner circuit Mo Fr 05:00 22:00 oclock
Sa and Su 07:00 23:00 oclock
hot water
circuit
Mo Fr 04:30 22:00 oclock
Sa and Su 06:30 23:00 oclock
mixer circuit Mo Fr 04:00 22:00 oclock only if
Sa and Su 06:00 23:00 oclock installed
mixer

Solar
Heating
Day
Heating Operation Remark
Circuit
from/till
burner circuit Mo Fr 05:00 22:00 oclock
Sa and Su 07:00 23:00 oclock
hot water
circuit
Mo Su 04:30 06:00 oclock
04:00 22:00 oclock
mixer circuit Mo Fr 04:00 22:00 oclock only if
Sa and Su 06:00 23:00 oclock installed
mixer

selection switch (pos. 2)


Set Temperature for Normal Operation

Used to choose the set temperature for


normal operation. The set temperature may
be between 14 26 C.
mid-range corresponds to 20 C.
Function: parallel shifting of the heating curve
Adjustment: according to individual sensitivity
to temperature

selection switch (pos. 3)


Set Temperature for Night Set Back
Operation

Displaying the Storage Tank Temperature

- without built-in room regulator

When the blue button (pos. 6) is pressed


briefly, the storage tank temperature is displayed as well as the domestic water symbol
(example: storage tank temperature 50 C).
set room temperature

Used to choose the set temperature for low


operation (night lowering). The set temperature may be between 8 - 20 C.
mid-range corresponds to 14 C.
Function: Parallel shifting of the heating
curve.
Adjustment: According to individual choice
of temperature.

- with built-in room regulator

You can return to the standard display by


pressing the yellow button (pos. 5) or by
waiting 30 seconds.
actual room temperature
Displaying the Mixer Circuit Flow
Temperature

Displaying the Time

The Display (standard display) (pos. 4)


The current water temperature in the boiler
and the requirements of the boiler, the circulation pump, and hot water loading are shown
on the standard display. The boiler temperature is not displayed if a short or an interruption of the boiler sensor or the domestic water
sensor has occurred.
(Example: boiler on, heating circuit pump on,
storage tank loading pump on, current boiler
temperature 40 C.)

(only when the mixer circuit is installed)


When the blue button (pos. 6) is pressed twice
briefly when the mixer circuit is activated, the
mixer circuit flow temperature and the mixer
symbol are displayed.
(example: mixer circuit flow temperature 25C)

You can return to the standard display by pressing the blue button or by waiting 30 seconds.
Display of Faults
You can return to the standard display by
pressing the yellow button (pos. 5) or by
waiting 30 seconds.
Displaying the Outdoor Temperature

The following symbols are displayed during


fault-free operation:
On (open)
burner

Off
(closed)

When the blue button (pos. 6) is pressed


twice briefly (or three times if the mixer circuit is activated), the outdoor temperature and
the symbol are displayed.
(example: outdoor temperature 2C).

The control system faults short-circuits and


failures of the sensors and indicates these
faults. The faults is always displayed next to
the symbol of the corresponding heating
circuit. A (flashing) in the display indicates
a short-circuit of the corresponding sensor and
a (flashing)
in the display indicates a failure
of the corresponding sensor. The following
faults messages are possible:
Sensor Interruption
storage
tank

heating circuit pump


storage tank
loading pump
mixer

When the yellow button (pos. 5) is pressed


briefly, the current time is displayed.

You can return to the standard display by


pressing the yellow button (pos. 5) or by
waiting 30 seconds.

Short-circuit

boiler
outdoor

Displaying the Room Temperature


mixer
When the blue button is pressed 3 times
briefly (or four times if the mixer circuit is
activated), appears.

In all these cases an emergency mode will


keep the unit running.
[ 19 ]

The Parameters of the Control System


The steepness of the heating curve must be
adjusted to match the existing heating installation by a specialist. No further parameters
need be adjusted in most cases.
Displaying and Adjusting the Parameters
There are three setting levels:
1. parameters for heating specialists
(to display: hold the blue and yellow buttons
down for about 5 sec.)
2. time (to display: hold down the yellow
button for about 5 sec.)
3. on/off times (to display: hold down the blue
button for about 5 sec.)
What all adjustments have in common is that
they may all be selected with the yellow button (pos. 5 in fig. 3.1) and adjusted with the
blue button (pos. 6 in fig. 2.1). Every subsequent time the blue button is pressed, the
value of the selected parameter is raised.
When the maximum value is reached, the
parameter automatically returns to the minimum value. After you have finished programming, the standard display appears automatically and the newly programmed data are
stored:

Factory Settings
Steepness of the Heating Curve

Steepness of the Heating Curve for


a Mixer Circuit

Parameter 1
range of adjustment: 0.2 3.5;
factory setting: 1.5
The heating curve describes the functional
dependency of the flow temperature on the
outdoor temperature. Since the ROTEX A1 can
be operated without a mixer with a variable
boiler temperature which may reach as low as
room temperature, the boiler temperature corresponds to the flow temperature. The heating
curve must be adjusted to the existing heating
system. Select the heating curve in such a way
that the temperature of the boiler corresponds
to the set temperature of the heating system
when the outdoor temperature is a minimum.
To set the correct heating curve you need only
enter the steepness of the heating curve. The
heating curve may be taken from the diagram
fig. 3.2.

Parameter 2 (not active if the mixer circuit is not activated!)


range of adjustment: 0.20 3.50;
factory setting: 0.70
Remark: Because of the inertia of the heating
system, there is a long interval before the
effects of a change in the steepness of the
heating curve can be detected. When adjusting the heating curve, you should thus proceed only in very small steps (0.1 per day).
During the adjustment period, the room control
and the thermostat valves should be almost
completely opened and all other sources of
heat should be shut off. It is advisable to carry
out the adjustment in operation mode . In
this way, the adjustment period will not be
disturbed by intervals of low operation.

for a rough estimation:


floor heating: steepness of the heating curve
= 0.7 1.0;
radiator and system 70 (floor heating):
steepness of the heating curve = 1.4 1.6; if
you have temperature control in individual
rooms, it is recommended to set the heating
curve 0.2 higher.

1. if you press the yellow button after the last


parameter.
2. automatically 30 seconds after you press
a button.
steepness of heating curve

To enter the heating specialist mode, both


buttons (yellow and blue) must be held
down for about 5 seconds. The heating specialist mode includes 14 pre-programmed
parameters as well as a reset, an operating
hour counter, a burner start counter, and a hot
water mode. Every A1 BG inline oil burner is
equipped for the installation of a mixer for an
additional mixer circuit. You can activate it by
connecting and activating the mixer sensor
(see the chapter Temperature Sensors).

boiler temperature in C

Parameters for Heating Specialists

hea
tin
gc
urv
e

outdoor temperature in C
fig. 3.2: diagram of heating curves
[ 20 ]

Hot Water Set Value


Parameter 3
range of adjustment: 20 60 C;
factory setting: 50 C
The hot water set value indicates the highest
temperature at which the boiler may refill the
hot water tank at the pre-programmed times
(switch to storage tank filling). The filling
begins at a storage tank temperature of 5 K
under the hot water set value chosen. The
3-way mixing valve switches back for 3 minutes in order to use the remaining heat of the
boiler.

b. ECO Operation
During pre-programmed night set back operation intervals the heating system (pump and
burner) are turned off as long as the outdoor
temperature remains above the anti-frost limit
of 3C. If the outdoor temperature sinks below
the anti-frost limit, the unit switches to low
operation automatically. The heating circuit
pump shuts off for three minutes in order to
avoid an overheating of the boiler and to make
use of the remaining heat. The anti-frost protection remains operational during eco operation.
Used for: a building with a low level of heat
loss

Legionella Protection
Summer Shut-off
Parameter 4
range of adjustment: 1 - 7,
factory setting: OFF
The legionella protection turns on one time a
week on the programmed day (1-7) between
21:00 and 02:00 oclock unless it is set to OFF.
If the temperature of the storage tank is below
60C at this time, it is heated up to 65C.
Reduced Operation
Parameter 5
range of adjustment: low; eco
factory setting: night set back
During reduced operation you can choose
between low operation and eco operation.
a. Night Set Back Operation
The heating circuit pump remains in operation
during the pre-programmed low operation
interval. The flow temperature is adjusted to
correspond to the pre-programmed low temperature (pos. 3 in fig. 3.1).
Used for: a building with a high level of heat
loss

Parameter 6
range of adjustment: 10 30 C;
factory setting: 22 C
The summer shut-off shuts off the entire heating operation during summer operation. The
hot water processor remains operational
according to the time programme. The summer
shut-off operates according to two separate
criteria:
a. Quick Shut-off (in the case of a rapid
rise in temperature): The summer shut-off
activates if the actual outdoor temperature
rises 2 K above the set value.
b. Average Temperature Shut-off (in the
case of a slow rise in temperature): The
summer shut-off activates if the actual and
average outdoor temperature reach the set
value. The shut-off (a. and b.) is cancelled
when the actual and average temperature fall
1 K below the set value.

Maximum Boiler Temperature


Parameter 7
range of adjustment: 70 85 C,
factory setting: 70 C
In keeping with heating system regulations,
the control system is equipped with a electronically controlled maximum boiler temperature
limiter. The boiler shuts off when the maximum temperature is reached. The burner starts
again when the boiler temperature falls 7.5 K
below the maximum temperature.
Mixer Minimum Temperature
Parameter 8 (not functional if the mixer
circuit is not activated !)
range of adjustment: 10 85C,
factory setting: 20C
The set temperature is the minimum temperature of the mixer circuit, below which it will
not sink.
Mixer Maximum Temperature
Parameter 9 (not functional if the mixer
circuit is not activated !)
range of adjustment: 10 85C,
factory setting: 70C
The set temperature is the maximum temperature of the mixer circuit, above which it will
not rise.
Summer-Winter-Time Switch
Parameter 10
range of adjustment: ON, OFF
factory setting - ON
The automatic switch to and from Winter-Summer-Winter.
Minimum Burner Running Time
Parameter 11
range of adjustment: 1 - 10 min,
factory setting: 1 min
A minimum burner running time may be set to
lengthen the duration of burner running times.
When the boiler reaches the maximum temperature, the burner is shut off prematurely.

[ 21 ]

Minimum Modulation Output

Operation Hour Counter

Parameter 12
range of adjustment: 20-50%,
factory setting: 30%
The minimum output of the range of modulation can be entered in % of rated output.
(example: 20% corresponds to 5kW).

Parameter 15
starting value 0000 h, range 0000 - 19999 h
This parameter counts the hours the boiler has
been in operation. You can set the operation
hour counter back to 0000 by holding down the
blue button for about 5 seconds. It is advisable
to reset the counter after every maintenance
check.

Maximum Modulation Output


Parameter 13
range of adjustment: 50-100%
factory setting: 100%
The maximum output of the range of modulation can be entered in % of rated output.
(example: 100% corresponds to 25kW)
Reset
Parameter 14
range of adjustment: CL, SET
factory setting: CL
When the blue button is held down for about 5
seconds, all changeable parameters on this
mode are set back to the factory setting. The
following appears on the display:

Burner Start Counter


Parameter 16
starting value 0000, range 0000 - 19999
This parameter counts the amount of burner
starts. When the blue button is held down for
about 5 seconds, the burner start counter is
set back to 0000. It is advisable to reset the
counter after every maintenance check.
Type of Operation
Parameter 17
range of adjustment: 3U / LP,
factory setting: 3U
This parameter indicates the type of operation
for the domestic water installation. When set
to LP, the storage tank loading is overtaken by
an extra storage tank load pump. The setting
3U (factory setting) effects a switch between
heating operation and storage loading by way
of a 3 way diverter valve.
Leaving the Heating Specialist Mode
To leave the heating specialist mode, press the
yellow button again briefly after parameter
11 or wait 30 seconds.

[ 22 ]

Activating and Deactivating Sensors


(SET-Function)
The control system is set at the factory to
activate the connection of one outside sensor
and one storage tank sensor. If you wish to use
more or less sensors (e.g. for operation without a storage tank sensor or with a mixer
circuit), the desired changes must be registered in the control system. The procedure
is as follows:
1.
turn off the boiler main switch
2.
connect the desired sensor
configuration to the plug strip
3.
hold down the blue button
4.
turn on the control system
5.
hold down the blue button until SET
appears on the display
The connected sensors are now activated. All
sensors not connected at this time are deactivated.

The following flow chart shows the


sequence of parameter adjustments on
the heating specialist mode.
(factory settings):

Enter

yellow
button

blue
button

hold down both simultaneously


for approx. 5 seconds

Adjust parameter
Steepness
characteristic line
parameter 1

blue
button

Adjustment range: 0,20 - 3,50


Underfloor heating: 0,70 - 1,00
Radiator: 1,40 - 1,50

blue
button

Adjustment range: 0,20 - 3,50


Underfloor heating: 0,70 - 1,00
Radiator: 1,40 - 1,50

Change to next parameter

yellow
button

Steepness mixer
heating circuit
parameter 2

Warm water desired valve


parameter 3

yellow
button
blue
button

Adjustment range: 20 - 65 C

blue
button

Adjustment range: 1 - 7, OFF


Number corresponds day

Not activated without


mixer circuit

yellow
button

legionella protection
parameter 4
yellow
button

Reduced
operation
parameter 5

blue
button

Adjustment range: Abs, Eco


Eco corresponds complete switching OFF
Abs corresponds lowerator temperature

blue
button

Adjustment range: 10 - 30 C

yellow
button

Summer switch
off
parameter 6
yellow
button

Maximum
temperature
parameter 7

Minimum
temperature mixer
parameter 8

blue
button

Adjustment range: 70 - 80 C

yellow
button

blue
button

Adjustment range: 10 - 80 C

Not activated without


mixer circuit

Adjustment range: 10 - 80 C

Not activated without


mixer circuit

yellow
button

Max. temperature mixer


parameter 9

blue
button
yellow
button

Auto summer-winter time


parameter 10

blue
button

Adjustment range: ON, OFF

blue
button

Adjustment range: 1 - 10 min

yellow
button

At least burner
running time
parameter 11
yellow
button

Minimum modulating
efficiency
parameter 12

Maximum modulating
efficiency
parameter 13

blue
button

Adjustment range: 20 - 100%

blue
button

Adjustment range:
min. modulation efficiency

blue
button

Indication range: CI, set


Blue button approx 5 sec.
Parameter to base value

blue
button

Indication range: 0000 - 19999 h


Blue button 5 sec.= ceros

yellow
button

yellow
button

HF reset
parameter 14
yellow
button

Operating hours
parameter 15
yellow
button

Burner starts
parameter 16

blue
button

Indication range: 0000 - 19999 h


Blue button 5 sec.= ceros

yellow
button

WW-Mode
parameter 17

blue
button

Adjustment range

yellow
button

Return to standard
displays

fig. 3.3: flow chart of parameter adjustments


[ 23 ]

Setting the Time


Enter

The time is set at the factory. The power


reserve assures and the automatic daylight
saving time switch assure that the internal
clock is set correctly upon initial operation.
However, if it is necessary to correct the time,
proceed according to the following chart.
After the year has been entered, return to the
standard display by pressing the yellow button
again or by waiting 30 seconds for the automatic return.
The weekday ( 1 = Mo; ; 7 = Su) is calculated automatically after the return to the standard display.

yellow
button

Push approx. 5 seconds

Adjust parameter

Minute

blue
button

Adjustment range:
00 - 59

blue
button

Adjustment range:
00 - 23

blue
button

Adjustment range:
01 - 31

Change to next parameter

yellow
button

Hour

yellow
button

Day

yellow
button

blue
button

Month

Adjustment range:
01 - 12

yellow
button

blue
button

Year

yellow
button
Return to
standard display
[ 24 ]

Adjustment range:
1996 - 2099

Enter

blue
button

Approx. 2 seconds
Enter in programming

Warm water
circuit

blue
button

Enter in programming
continue see
next diagram

blue
button

Enter in programming
continue see
next diagram

blue
button

Enter in programming
continue see
next diagram

Choosing of the heating circuit

yellow
button

heating
circuit
yellow
button

Mixer
circuit

Adjust switching time (30min. steps)


yellow
button

blue
button

Return to
standard display

Setting Individual Time Programmes


Two switch-on times and two switch-off times
for each day of the week can be programmed
for the heating circuit as well as for the hot
water circuit. Choose the time programme you
wish to change (
,
or
) with the
operation mode selection switch. To enter the
switching mode, hold down the blue button for
about 5 seconds. Afterwards, choose the
heating circuit you wish to set a switching
time for with the yellow button (boiler circuit,
storage tank circuit, or mixer circuit). Two
switch-on times and two switch-off times per
day can be programmed for the chosen heating
circuit. To skip a switching time, 00.00 must be
entered for the time. Thus, the time 00.00 is
not available as a switching time. The possible
switching times are between 00.30 oclock and
23.30 oclock in 30 minute increments. If you
make a mistake while programming, the
switching times of the chosen time program
can be set back to the factory setting. In order
to do this, hold down the blue button for about
15 seconds after entering the switching mode.
Set appears briefly in the display.

Approx. 2 seconds

blue
button

Choosing to next switching time

Standard
display

Monday
first
switch in time

Adjustment range: 00:30 - 23:30

yellow
button

Monday
first
switch off time

Approx. 2 seconds
blue
button

Adjustment range: 00:30 - 23:30

yellow
button

Monday
second
switch in time

Approx. 2 seconds
blue
button

Adjustment range: 00:30 - 23:30

yellow
button

Sunday
second
switch off time

Approx. 2 seconds

blue
button

Adjustment range: 00:30 - 23:30

yellow
button

Return to
standard display

[ 25 ]

C h a p t e r 4 : T h e G a s B u rn e r

fig. 4.1: the BG 25i gas burner

fig. 4.2: the BG 40i gas burner

fig. 4.3: the gas burner

fig. 4.4: the gas burner side view

1 burner surface
2 230 V blowing engine
3 safety gas regulating device
4 integrated gas/air regulating device
5 electrovalves (1 x class B and 1 x class C)
6 gas firing device with ignition
[ 26 ]

7 gas connection (1/2 female)


8 Venturi tube with 50 air connection
9 measuring connection in gas admission
pressure
10 measuring connection out gas pressure
according to gas regulator
11 fitting screw for gas/air mix

12
13
14
15
16
17
18

burner flange
ionisation electrode
ignition electrode
gas baffle plate
burner flange seal
blowing engine flange seal
blowing engine flange

Summary

Limiting the Maximum Burner Output

Adjusting the Burner and Type of Gas

The gas surface burner of the ROTEX A1 BG


Inline modulates between 5-25 kW (A1 BG 25i)
or 8-40 kW (A1 BG 40i). It runs quietly, is resistant to wear, and emits only an extremely low
amount of pollutants. The burner is constructed in a modular manner. It consists of the following components:
- burner surface (pos. 1 in fig. I4.1)
- unaflow blowing engine without collectors
(pos. 2 in fig. 4.1)
- Venturi mixing tube (pos. 8 in fig. 4.1)
- safety gas regulating device (pos. 3 in fig.
4.3) with integrated gas filter and electrovalves
- firing device with integrated ignition (pos. 6
in fig. 4.1)
- burner flange (pos. 12 in fig. 4.1)
- electrode group with ignition electrodes and
ionisation electrodes (pos. 13/14 in fig. 4.3)

The maximum burner output can be limited


from the control panel by way of a simple
parameter adjustment (see parameter 10 of
the heating specialist mode, p. 16). This can
become necessary if, for example, you need to
limit the flue gas temperature.
The integrated flue gas STL limits the maximum flue gas temperature of the ROTEX A1
BG Inline to 120 C. If you affect this value by
setting a limit in parameter 10 of the heating
specialist mode, the modified maximum flue
gas temperature may be found on tables
4.5 and 4.6.

The burner is adjusted at the factory for use


with the type of gas supplied by your energy
provider (see adjustment sticker). After a
successful trial run of the unit, the burner must
be adjusted to approx. 9.8 % CO2. This should
be done in chimney sweep operation mode
with the help of a waste gas measuring
device. With the burner running and the boiler
warmed up, use the gas fitting screw (pos. 11
in fig. 4.3) to adjust the amount of excess air.
counter-clockwise: more gas (fatter)
clockwise: less gas (leaner)
(Follow the same procedure when switching to
LL natural gas.)

Limiting the Minimum Burner Output


The minimum burner output can be limited
from the control panel by way of a simple
parameter adjustment (see parameter 9 of the
heating specialist mode, p. 16).

Resetting the Burner


Integrated Gas/Air Regulating Device
A fault shutdown of the burner is indicated by
the control light on the boiler control panel
(pos. 5 in fig. 2.1).
You can unlock the burner by pressing the fault
override button on the control panel briefly
(pos. 14 in fig. 2.1).
Burner Output
The computer control system integrated into
the control panel uses operating data from the
boiler (sensor temperatures, set operating
parameters, and set values) to calculate the
necessary burner output level. The control
system converts this information into a signal
the burner blowing engine can understand and
then passes it on to the engine.
The burner blowing engine reacts by adjusting
the speed of the blower and thus of the flow
of combustion air. The gas regulating device
regulates the amount of gas accordingly, thus
assuring a constant amount of excess air (air
variable I) in the entire unit (see the description of the integrated gas/air controlling
device).

The integrated gas/air regulating device of the


ROTEX A1 BG Inline consists of a Venturi tube
with a ring-shaped gas intake and a gas pressure regulator.
The gas/air regulating device serves to make
sure that air variable I, the value set at the air
fitting screw (pos. 11 in fig. 4.2), is held at a
constant value regardless of burner output.
The control system compensates for fluctuations in gas pressure of 5-55 mbar (zero pressure regulator). Depending on the flow volume
of the combustion air, a corresponding ventilating pressure is created in the centre of the
Venturi tube (pos. 8 in fig. 4.3). In this way
the gas, which is not pressurized due to the
gas/air regulating device (zero pressure regulator) (pos. 4 in fig. 4.3), is sucked into the
centre of the Venturi tube and brought to the
burner surface and mixed optimally by the burner blowing engine (pos. 2 in fig. 4.1).
This combination causes the burner to react
immediately to any change in air flow volume
by changing the flow volume of the gas.

[ 27 ]

ionisation electrode
ignition electrode

view from underneath

Adjusting the Ignition and Ionisation


Electrodes
The electrodes are adjusted optimally at the
factory. If they get bent out of shape, readjust
them according to fig. 4.7.

fig. 4.7: adjusting the ignition and ionisation electrodes


fig. 4.5: table for the A1 BG 25i
value set in
range of
parameter 13 (heating rated output
specialist mode)
in kW
50
60
70
80
90
100

5 - 12,5
5 - 15
5 - 17,5
5 - 20
5 - 22,5
5 - 25

fig. 4.6: table for the A1 BG 40i


value set in
range of
parameter 13 (heating rated output
specialist mode)
in kW
50
60
70
80
90
100

8 - 20
8 - 24
8 - 28
8 - 32
8 - 36
8 - 40

range of
firing output
in kW
4.6 - 12.8
4.6 - 15.3
4.6 - 17.9
4.6 - 20.4
4.6 - 23
4.6 - 25.5

range of
firing output
in kW
7.3 - 20.4
7.3 - 24.5
7.3 - 28.6
7.3 - 32.7
7.3 - 36.7
7.3 - 40.8

maximum
stress on boiler*
in kW

maximum flue
gas temperature
(40/30)C

12.8
15.3
17.9
20.4
23
25.5

54
59
65
72
79
87

maximum
stress on boiler*
in kW

maximum flue
gas temperature
(40/30)C

20.4
24.5
28.6
32.7
36.7
40.8

45
52
61
71
83
96

* the actual burner output may be lower depending on the impedance of the air and flue gas lines
**at heating circuit temperatures of 80/60C (40/30C)

[ 28 ]

Maximale
Abgastemperatur
(80/60)C
81
86
91
97
104
111

Maximale
Abgastemperatur
(80/60)C
68
74
81
90
100
111

mass of flue
gas flow
in kg/s
0.002 - 0.006
0.002 - 0.007
0.002 - 0.008
0.002 - 0.009
0.002 - 0.010
0.002 - 0.011

mass of flue
gas flow
in kg/s
0.003 - 0.009
0.003 - 0.011
0.003 - 0.012
0.003 - 0.014
0.003 - 0.016
0.003 - 0.018

C h a p t e r 5 : I n t e g ra t e d C o n n e c t i o n G ro u p

view A

ROTEX A1 BO 20i

heating flow R 1 female

B
heating return
R 1 female

B
heating return
R 1 female
1 Vakuummeter-anschluss
2 ldruck-Regulierungs-Schraube
3 Schrauben-pumpendeckel
4 Pumpendeckel
tank return
5 storage
Manometer-anschluss
R
1
male
6 Vorlaufanschluss
7 Rcklaufanschluss

heating flow R 1 female

ROTEX A1 BO 35i

storage tank flow


R 1 male

view A

storage tank flow


R 1 male

storage tank return


R 1 male

fig. 5.1: integrated connection group


The integrated connection group is a compact,
plug-ready unit used to connect a heating circuit and a hot water tank to the ROTEX A1.

blue
pump

Functioning

yellow/ green

red

brown
brown

The circulation pump (pos. 1 in fig. 5.1) requires the necessary flow of water through the
heating boiler and the active circuit (hot water
tank or heating circuit). The mixing valve (pos.
2 in fig. 5.1) is switched between heating circuit and hot water tank according to need by
the boiler control system.
Electrical Installation
The connection group is wired and ready for
connection. The connection plug is configured
to fit into the connection strip of the ROTEX
A1. The plugs are colour and form coded to
ensure the correct connection.

Technical Data

mixing
valve
black

manual operation of the heating circuit and the


hot water tank, the mixing valve can be stopped in mid-position with the hand lever (pos.
2.3 in fig. 5.1) after disconnection from the
power source.

blue

blue

fig. 5.2: electrical installation


Remark: For emergency operation or in the
case of a defective mixing valve, you can
remove the motor head (pos. 2.1 in fig. 5.1)
after unlocking by applying pressure to the
lock (pos. 2.2 in fig. 5.1) and turning it counter-clockwise 1/4 of a turn. The mixing valve is
then in the heating operation position. For a
temporary parallel

Pump

A1 BG 25i

A1 BG 40i

Grundfos

WILO

UPS 15-60 ES RS 25/7-3


voltage

230 V 50 Hz

230 V 50 Hz

max. output

90 W

132 W

capacity

2,5 F

3,5 F

protective system

IP 44

IP 42

excess
pressure allowed

3 bar

3 bar

max. lift

6m

7m

3 Way Valve
voltage

230 V 50 Hz

max. output

4,3 W

protective system

IP 40

switching time

6 sec.

[ 29 ]

Chapter 6: Maintenance and Cleaning

Regular maintenance and cleaning of the heater lowers energy consumption and guarantees
the long life and fault-free operation of the
unit. For this reason, heating system regulations require that the unit be serviced by a specialist at least once a year. To assure regular
maintenance, it is advisable to sign a service contract.
It is sensible to have the unit serviced either
directly before or after the heating period. The
following pages provide information as to
which tasks should be performed. At the end
of the chapter there is also a checklist which
can be used to detect faults and their solutions
in case the boiler ceases to function unexpectedly.

Removing the Insulation Mould Parts


The insulation mould parts are fixed to the burner with twelve open mouthed connecting
blocks. For maintenance purposes, it is enough
to remove the two upper parts of the mould. In
order to do this, press the relevant connecting
blocks together with their chromium-plated
metal hoops and remove them. After removing
the connecting blocks, you may remove both
upper parts of the mould (fig. 6.2).

fig. 6.3: opening the combustion chamber

Removing the Sound Insulation Cap


fig. 6.4: removing the deflector insert A1 BG 25i
Before the unit can be serviced, it is necessary
to remove the sound insulation cap of the burner. The sound insulation cap sits on the burner panelling and is easy to remove (fig. 6.1).
Removing the Boiler Casing
fig. 6.2: removing the insulation mould parts
The burner panelling is fastened by four mountings, one in each corner. You can remove it by
lifting it up.

Opening the Combustion Chamber


Warning: only when the burner is shut off
and has had time to cool down
To open the combustion chamber, four Allan
screws M8 must be removed (fig. 6.3). The
combustion chamber can only be opened from
the top. An air pressure spring supports the
opening process and holds the upper half of
the burner open during maintenance. The
half-rounded combustion chamber charge with
fire-proof deflector is located in the lower half
of the burner. When cleaning the combustion
chamber, the charge should be removed,
checked for possible damage, and replaced if
needed (fig. 6.4).
Necessary Tool: Allan key SW 8, combustion
chamber key

fig. 6.1: removing the sound insulation cap


[ 30 ]

fig. 6.5: removing the deflector insert A1 BG 40i

Cleaning the Combustion Chamber and


the Burner
Dirt and soot on the fins of the combustion
chamber may simply be swept off with the
included cleaning brush. Fallen dust collects in
the bottom half of the burner where it may be
removed away easily with a vacuum cleaner
(fig. 6.6). The burner need not be removed for
cleaning purposes.

Most Important Steps:


- Make sure the fuel lines are sealed and not
damaged.
- Clean the burner head.
- let the burner run in chimney sweep mode for
about 10 minutes and then analyse the
combustion process according to the following
factors:
1. flue gas temperature in the chimney
(<120C)
2. CO2 content (9.8% 0.2%)
3. CO content (< 50 ppm)
Checking the Connections

Remark: We recommend recording all measured values and all service and maintenance
work, including date and signature, on the
included maintenance form and leaving it in
sight of the chimney sweep.
Cleaning the Boiler Casing
The sound insulation cap and the boiler casing
consist of easy to clean synthetic material.
Only clean them with soft towels and a mild
cleaning solution consisting of water and
soap. Aggressive cleaning solutions with
solvents are not recommended. They may
damage the surface of the panelling.

During service, all connections as well as the


gas and power connection should be checked
for damages and repaired if necessary. If faults
occur in the power supply, an authorised company approved by your energy provider should
be contracted with the removal of the fault.

fig. 6.6: removing dirt

Troubleshooting
Fault

Possible Cause

Possible Removal

heating unit not functioning

power supply cut

turn on boiler main switch


turn on furnace room main switch
check / replace boiler control panel fuse
check / replace house service connection fuse

burner will not start when it

no power supply to burner

check voltage on the L1.N clamps of the 7 poled plug


check / replace fuse

automatic flame control has shut off

check the polarity of the power main


check the position of the ionisation electrode

maximum burner capacity too small

connections of controlling device are loose

check all plugs and make sure they are fully inserted

no gas pressure

check the gas connection

air in gas line

aerate the gas line

air / flue gas resistance too large

check whether line is dirty


if necessary, use a larger cross section for
the air supply line

[ 31 ]

C h a p t e r 7 : H o t Wa t e r Ta n k
(not included)
There are two ROTEX hot water tanks available to choose from for the ROTEX A1 BG Inline
heating boilers. The first is called Sanicube, a
large hygienic tank made entirely out of synthetic material. The other is the US 150, a

space saving tank made of high-grade steel


which fits under the unit. Indications for installing the tanks in the heating system may be
found on fig. 7.1 and fig. 7.2.
1
2
2.1
2.2
3

13

15

3.1
3.2
3.3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

ROTEX A1 BG Inline heating boiler


integrated connection group
circulation pump
mixing valve
hot water tank Sanicube SC 580/1
or US 150
tank container
charging heat exchanger
PE-X pipe heat exchanger
(not included with US 150)
tank sensor
cold water connection
(according to DIN 1988)
hot water tap
circulation pump
heating flow
heating return
tank flow
tank return
draining spigot
clack valve
pressure control valve

fig. 7.1: hydraulic diagram for ROTEX A1 BG 25i and ROTEX A1 BG 40i with Sanicube

15
13

This hydraulic diagram is valid only for


the ROTEX A1 BG 25i!
fig. 7.2: hydraulic diagram, only ROTEX A1 BG 25i with US 150
[ 32 ]

Technical Data for the Sanicube and US 150


Sanicube SC 580/1

US 150

empty weight

108 kg

empty weight

44 kg

total tank capacity

500 l

total tank capacity

150 l

domestic water capacity

80 l

domestic water capacity

150 l

max. tank water temperature

85 C

max. tank water temperature

90 C

surface of the metal pipe heat exchanger

1,0 m2

surface of the metal pipe heat exchanger

0,6 m2

surface of the sanitary water heat exchanger

25 m2

surface of the sanitary water heat exchanger

content of the metal pipe heat exchanger

5l

content of the metal pipe heat exchanger

3,2 l

20 bar

max. pressure allowed in the metal pipe h.e.

max. pressure allowed in the metal pipe h.e.

20 bar

constant power output according to DIN 4708 Qn

22.4 kW

constant power output according to DIN 4708 Qn

25 kW

basic output according to DIN 4708, NL

3.5

basic output according to DIN 4708, NL

2,2

max. operating pressure of the sanitary water, pmax. 6 bar

max. operating pressure of the sanitary water, pmax. 10 bar

Heat Insulation of the Tank Container

Heat Insulation of the Tank Container

medium spec. power loss

1.4 W/K

Dimensions
L x B x H in cm

medium spec. power loss

1,1 W/K

Dimensions
78 x 78 x 153

Pipe Connections

L x B x H in cm

100 x 66 x 66

Pipe Connections

cold and hot water

R 3/4" female

cold and hot water

R 3/4" female

flow and return heating water

R 3/4" male

flow and return heating water

R 3/4" male

circulation

R 3/4 " female

Materials
inner container

polypropylene

Materials

outer container

polypropylene

inner container

high-grade steel

charging heat exchanger

high-grade steel

outer container

polypropylene

piping

charging heat exchanger

high-grade steel

domestic water heat exchanger

vulcanised
polyethylene

piping
domestic water heat exchanger

(PE-X)
20 x 2,2 mm
The Sanicube is also available in the version SC 580/2
(2 WT per 1.0 m2 ).
For purely electrical operation, the SC 580/0 (without WT) is available.

[ 33 ]

green/ yellow

blue

black

only when
regulated by mixer

blue

blue

red

black no.2

ON

mixer

boiler
chassis

OFF

red

green

red

flue gas
STL

blue

brown

brown

white

white

black

white

black

blue

white
brown

blue

pink

yellow
brown

molex plug gas firing device

white

Honeywell type S 4565 BD 1049


from production no.: 500391 (May 1999)

green/
Yellow

blue

black

black no.1

black

brown

brown

brown

blue

black no.3

brown

black

red

AMP plug-in
connection

blue
blue

[ 34 ]
fan unit
control system

fig. 8.1: switch diagram


blue

black

black

blowing engine

C h a p t e r 8 : Te c h n i c a l D a t a
fan unit
brown

red

brown

black

Firing Device
(pos. 6 in fig. 4.1 and fig. 4.2)
The firing device of the burner regulates the
duration of burner ignition and includes the
ignition transformer as well as the flame ioni

sation control. If there is no flame, the firing


device automatically closes the electrovalves
in the safety gas control block. The duration of
burner starts with normally operating burners
and in the case of a fault-shutdown may be
taken from fig. 8.2.

Normal

Fault Shut-down Due to Ignition Failure

temperature regulator

temperature regulator

burner blowing engine

burner blowing engine

ignition

ignition

gas valve

gas valve

flame control

flame control

fault light

fault light

fig. 8.2: program duration


A1 BG Inline Technical Data
rated heating output
rated heat load
type of device
product ID no.
NOX-class
electrical data
elec. power consumption
protective system
max. operating pressure
max. operating temperature
max. boiler efficiency
flue gas temperature
weight of boiler chassis
total weight
length
width
height
diameter of flue gas connection
permissible flue gas back pressure
gas connection

Gas Connection Pressure:


E natural gas
LL natural gas
countries of destination:
DE-NL-LU
AT-CH-DK-FI-SE
ES-GB-GR-IE-IT-PT

A1 BG 25i
5-25 kW (may be limited)
5,5 26,7 kW
B23/C63X*
CE-0085 AS 0011
5
230 V / 50 Hz
max. 45 W
IP 20
4 bar
80C
109%
35-115C (may be limited)
49 kg
74 kg
720 mm
625 mm
1100 mm
80 mm
-10 / +200 Pa
1
/2 female

17-25 mbar*
17-25 mbar*
category of device:
I 2 ELL

A1 BG 40i
8-40 kW (may be limited)
8,5 42,5 kW
B23/C43X/C63X
CE-0085 AS 0011
5
230 V / 50 Hz
max. 45 W
IP 20
4 bar
80C
109%
35-115C (may be limited)
67 kg
98 kg
720 mm
625 mm
1340 mm
80 mm
-10 / +200 Pa
1
/2 female

*If the gas connection pressure is outside of


the range indicated, your gas supply firm
should be notified.
Notice: The pressure drop caused by flue
gas and aeration combined may not exceed
200 Pa.

I2H
[ 35 ]

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