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WATER REFRIGERATORS

AS 201751 FC

O P E R A TI N G A N D I NS T RU C TI O N M AN U A L

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Index

CHAPTER 1

INDEX
INDEX .................................................................................................................................................. 3
GENERAL INFORMATION.................................................................................................................... 5
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5

Terminology..................................................................................................... 5
Symbols ........................................................................................................... 5
How to interpret the model .............................................................................. 6
How to interpret the code................................................................................. 6
How to interpret the alphanumeric string-code ............................................... 7

TECHNICAL DATA, PERFORMANCE AND OPERATING LIMITS ........................................................... 9


3.1

Performance ................................................................................................... 10

SAFETY .............................................................................................................................................. 11
4.1
4.2

General........................................................................................................... 11
General precautions ....................................................................................... 11
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.2.4
4.2.5

4.3

Liquids to be cooled ....................................................................................... 11


Lifting and carriage precautions .................................................................... 12
Installation precautions .................................................................................. 12
Precautions during operation ........................................................................ 12
Maintenance and repair precautions ............................................................. 13

Refrigerant gases............................................................................................ 14
4.3.1

Safety schedule ............................................................................................... 14

DESCRIPTION .................................................................................................................................... 17
5.1
5.2

Operating principle ........................................................................................ 17


Cooling circuit .............................................................................................. 17
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.2.3
5.2.4

Compressors ................................................................................................... 17
Condensers ..................................................................................................... 17
Fans ................................................................................................................ 18
Evaporator ...................................................................................................... 18

5.3

Hydraulic circuit ............................................................................................ 18

5.4

Hydraulic group ............................................................................................. 19

5.3.1
5.4.1
5.4.2

5.5
5.6

Free-Cooling coils .......................................................................................... 19


Casing ............................................................................................................. 20
Protection rating ............................................................................................ 20

Electrical circuit ............................................................................................. 20


Overall dimensions ........................................................................................ 20

INSTALLATION .................................................................................................................................. 21
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6

Inspection....................................................................................................... 21
Positioning ..................................................................................................... 21
Indoor installation: minimum distances from walls ...................................... 21
Antifreeze protection ..................................................................................... 21
Hydraulic connections ................................................................................... 22
Electrical connections .................................................................................... 24

START UP .......................................................................................................................................... 25
ADJUSTMENT AND CONTROL ........................................................................................................... 27
8.1
8.2
8.3

Forced ventilation of the electrical board ...................................................... 27


Electric panel heater....................................................................................... 27
Circulation pump ........................................................................................... 28

8.4
8.5
8.6
8.7

Automatic re-start .......................................................................................... 28


Compressor integral protection (PI) .............................................................. 28
Water pressure gauge..................................................................................... 28
High pressure switches .................................................................................. 28

8.3.1

8.7.1
8.7.2

8.8
8.9
8.10

Pump antifreeze function ................................................................................ 28

AS 201 351 FC high pressure switch ........................................................... 28


AS 401 751 FC pressure switches ................................................................ 29

Pressure transducers....................................................................................... 29
Fan speed regulation ...................................................................................... 30
Water differential pressure switch ................................................................. 30

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE ..................................................................................................... 31


9.1

Operation ....................................................................................................... 31

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9.2

Maintenance ...................................................................................................31

9.2.1 Access to the inside of the machine ................................................................31


9.2.2 Maintenance Schedule ...................................................................................32
TROUBLE SHOOTING ........................................................................................................................ 33

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General information

CHAPTER 2

GENERAL INFORMATION
2.1

Terminology

This manual is written for those responsible for the installation, use and maintenance of the unit.
The machines described in this manual are called WATER REFRIGERATORS or simply REFRIGERATORS.
These refrigerators have been designed to cool a liquid flow.
In most applications, the liquid to be cooled is water and the term WATER will be used even if the liquid to be
cooled is different from water (e.g. a mixture of water and glycol as foreseen in these units).
The liquid to be cooled must be compatible with the materials used.
This analysis must be made before purchasing or installing the unit.
Here below the term PRESSURE will be used to indicate the gauge pressure.
All parts of the text which are important for the SAFETY of persons and property are written in bold face and
highlighted by the symbol shown here on the right. This symbol is also printed near the title of sections or
paragraphs concerning safety.
ATTENTION
This manual provides the user, installer and maintenance technician with all the technical information required for
installation, operation and carrying out routine maintenance operations to ensure long life.
If spare parts are required, this must be original.
Requests for SPARE PARTS and for any INFORMATION concerning the unit must be sent to the distributor or to
the nearest service centre, providing the MODEL and SERIAL NUMBER shown on the machine data plate and on
the first page of this manual.

2.2

Symbols

The following symbols are shown on the stickers on the unit as well as on the overall dimension drawing and
refrigeration circuits in this manual. Their meaning is the following:

Machine water-inlet

Machine water-outlet

Indications for lifting the unit

Water drainage point from the


machine

Electrocution risk

Cooling air flow (for air-cooled


units)

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Direction of the refrigerant


fluid

Rotation direction of the pump


(if installed) and of the fans

Risk of injury from sharp edges

Risk of burns from contact with


high-temperature surfaces

Presence of pulleys and belt in


motion inside casing

Hole for inserting bars for


lifting the machine

How to interpret the model

2.3

MODEL
AS

/ FC

DESCRIPTION

XXX
Version of the unit (N, SN or SSN)
Free Cooling version
Number of circuits (always 1)
Compressors nominal power in HP
Aries Model

How to interpret the code

2.4

/N

With R22 refrigerant: suitable for maximum ambient temperature of 44C.


(these are indicative data, for the correct data see the technical catalogues).

/SN

With R407C refrigerant: suitable for maximum ambient temperature of 42C.


(these are indicative data, for the correct data see the technical catalogues).
These units have reduction of the noise level respect units in N version.

/SSN

With R407C refrigerant: suitable for maximum ambient temperature of 39C.


(these are indicative data, for the correct data see the machine data plate or see tables inside
technical catalogues).
These units have reduction of the noise level respect units in SN version.

* Max. ambient temperatures referred to a water outlet temperature of 10C.

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How to interpret the alphanumeric


string-code

2.5

The alphanumeric string-code is reproduced on the metallic plate of the main page of this manual.

The illustrated symbol at the right side of the page, is the same symbol
found on specific areas of the refrigerator and electrical wiring diagrams.
The magnified section shown, is also part of the same alphanumeric
string-code present on the main page of this manual.
In the magnified section, the value above (X) is called position and the
box below (Y) is the value given to that position.

At the left side is marked an example of an empty


alphanumeric string-code. Each position will be
defined by an alphanumeric value (0, 1, 2, A, B, etc.).
Specific unit features are established by the position
and the alphanumeric values.
Please find below each positions alphanumeric values
explained, which can be used:

VOLTAGE
CUSTOMISING
VERSION

POS.

VALUE

DESCRIPTION

400/3/50

2-3

STANDARD

4-5-6

SN

SN

SSN

SSN

REFRIGERANT

R407C

AMBIENT MINIMUM
TEMPERATURE

STANDARD

-15C

EVAPORATOR

SHELL AND COIL

FINS COIL

NO

YES

ELECTRONIC THERMOSTATIC
VALVE

10

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HYDRAULIC GROUP

COMPRESSORS COCKS

POS.

VALUE

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NONE

P2

P2+P2

STORAGE + P2

STORAGE + P2+P2

P3

P3+P3

STORAGE + P3

STORAGE + P3+P3

STORAGE + P4
(only AS 201351 FC)

STORAGE + NOT PUMP


(only AS 201351 FC)

NO

YES

NONE

FILTERS

ELECTRONIC CONTROL

BY STEPS

NO

YES

YES

NO

NO

SIMPLE

NO

YES

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CONDENSING COILS
PROTECTION

13

FANS REGULATION

14

CORRECTION CAPACITOR
PHASE MONITOR
REMOTE CONTROL
COMPRESOR CASING
RESISTANCE

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16
17
18

DESCRIPTION

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Technical data, performance and operating limits

CHAPTER 3

TECHNICAL DATA, PERFORMANCE AND


OPERATING LIMITS
The main technical data are given on the machine data plate.
MODEL and CODE

Identifies the size of the machine (see chapter " General


information") and the type of construction which
distinguishes it.

MANUAL

Code number of this manual.

SERIAL NUMBER

This is the construction number of the unit.

YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION

This is the year of the final test of the machine.

VOLTAGES/PHASES/FREQUENCY Power supply specifications.


MAX. CONSUMPTION
I MAX

This is electrical current consumed by the unit during the


limit working conditions (refrigerant condensing temperature
is 65C = 149F; refrigerant evaporating temperature is 10C
= 50F).

INSTALLED POWER
P MAX

It is the power absorbed by the unit during the limit working


conditions (refrigerant condensing temperature is 65C =
149F; refrigerant evaporating temperature is 10C = 50F).

PROTECTION RATING

Protection rating of the whole machine, as defined in


European standard EN 60529.

REFRIGERANT

This is the refrigerant fluid in the unit.

COOLANT CHARGE

Quantity of coolant fluid filled in the plant.

MAX. REFRIGERANT PRESS. HP SIDE Refrigerant circuit designed pressure of the high pressure
side
MAX. REFRIGERANT PRESS. LP SIDE Refrigerant circuit designed pressure of the low pressure side
COOLING FLUID USED

Fluid cooled by the machine (normally water).

MAX. WORKING PRESSURE

Maximum design pressure of the user circuit.

MAX. TEMPERATURE

Maximum design temperature of the user circuit, absolutely


not to be confused with the maximum working temperature
which is defined in the offer.

SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL

Sound pressure level in a free field in hemispherical


irradiation conditions (open field) at a distance of 1 m from
the machine, condenser side, and at 1.2 m from the ground.

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE

Minimum and maximum value of the cooling air temperature.

WEIGHT

This is the approximate weight of the unit before packing.

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Performance

3.1

The refrigerator performance mainly depends on the flow and temperature of the cooled water and on the ambient
temperature.
These data are defined during the offer stage and it is to these that reference should be made.

The following table shows the cooling capacity nominal values expressed in kW, at ambient air temperature of
35C, inlet water conditions 15C, and outlet water conditions 10C and with 30% of glycol.

Versions

Refrigerant

AS 201 FC

AS 251 FC

AS 301 FC

AS 351 FC

AS 401 FC

/N

R407C

50.9

54.7

69.2

80.4

97.9

/SN

R407C

76.4

92.4

/SSN

R407C

76.6

88.1

Versions

Refrigerant

AS 501 FC

AS 551 FC

AS 601 FC

AS 701 FC

AS 751 FC

/N

R407C

115.3

133.2

145.8

161

177.3

/SN

R407C

108.8

126.8

138.0

152.9

168

/SSN

R407C

108.5

127.7

139.1

146.3

158.7

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Safety

CHAPTER 4

SAFETY
ATTENTION
This machinery was designed to be safe in the use for which it was planned provided that it is installed, started up
and maintained in accordance with the instructions contained in this manual.
The manual must therefore be studied by all those who want to install, use or maintain the machinery.
The machine contains electrical components which operate at the line voltage, and also moving parts, as fans .It
must therefore be isolated from the electricity supply network before being opened.
Maintenance operations involving work inside the machine must be performed by skilled and adequately qualified
personnel equipped with suitable protection means (active and passive, e.g. work gloves) ton ensure work in
maximum safety.

4.1

General

When handling or maintaining the unit and all auxiliary equipment, the personnel must operate with care observing
all instructions concerning health and safety at installation site.
Most accidents which occur during the operation and maintenance of the machinery are a result of failure to observe
basic safety rules or precautions. An accident can often be avoided by recognising a situation that is potentially
hazardous.
The user should make sure that all personnel concerned with operation and maintenance of the unit and all auxiliary
equipment have read and understood all warnings, cautions, prohibitions and notes written in this manual as well
as on the unit.
Improper operation or maintenance of the unit and auxiliary equipment could be dangerous and result in an accident
causing injury or death.
Do not operate the unit and auxiliary equipment until the instructions in the Operating section of this manual
are understood by all personnel concerned.
Do not carry out any servicing, repair or maintenance work on the unit and auxiliary equipment until the
instructions in the relevant sections of this manual are clearly understood by all personnel concerned.
We cannot anticipate every possible circumstance which might represent a potential hazard. The warnings in this
manual are therefore not all-inclusive. If the user employs an operating procedure, an item of equipment or a
method of working which is not specifically recommended, he must ensure that the unit and auxiliary equipment
will not be damaged or made unsafe and that there is no risk to persons or property.

4.2
4.2.1

General precautions
Li q u id s t o b e c o o l ed

The liquids to be cooled must be compatible with the materials used.


These can be water or mixtures of water and glycol, for example.
The addition of anti-corrosive chemical additives and operating in a pH range between 7 and 8 is recommended.
Even in the case of glycol mixtures, the use of appropriate chemical additives (consult the glycol supplier) is very
important to protect the unit materials from possible corrosion caused by the chemical degradation to which glycol
is subject.
The use of chemical additives is necessary when any part of the hydraulic circuit the unit is part of is open to the
atmosphere. In this case, in fact, the continuous supply of oxygen facilitates possible corrosive reactions inside the
unit.
The liquids to be cooled must not be flammable.
If the liquids to be cooled or warmed cannot be discharged into the sewers because of the presence of dangerous
substances (e.g. ethylene glycol) the unit must be installed in a place provided with a collection system for any
liquid which leaks without letting it reach the sewers. This collection system must be able to contain the entire
volume of liquid in the hydraulic circuit.
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Furthermore, when the unit is no longer used, dangerous liquids must be disposed of by firms specialised and
authorised for treating them.

4.2.2

Lif t i n g an d c ar r i ag e p r ec a u t i o n s

Avoid injury by using a hoist to lift heavy loads. Check all chains, hooks, shackles and slings are in good condition
and are of the correct capacity. They must be tested and approved according to local safety regulations. Cables,
chains or ropes must never be applied directly to lifting eyes. Always use an appropriate shackle or hook properly
positioned. Arrange lifting cables so that there are no sharp bends.
Use a spreader bar to avoid side loads on hooks, eyes and shackles. When a load is on a hoist stay clear of the
danger area beneath and around it. Keep lifting acceleration and speed within safe limits and never leave a load
hanging on a hoist for longer than is necessary.
The units must be handled in accordance with the plans shown in the annexed drawing.

4.2.3

In s t a l la t i o n p r ec a u t i o n s

Installation work must be carried out by competent personnel under a qualified supervisor.
See overall dimension drawings.
The electrical supply line of the unit must be protected by equipment chosen and installed by the user as described
in the wiring diagram as well as in the paragraph "6.6 Electrical connections".
If the unit is connected to a closed-type hydraulic circuit fitted with an automatic filling system, and the pressure of
the filling system exceeds the maximum working pressure of the unit, it is necessary to install a pressure limiter
device (e.g. a safety valve which operates at a lower pressure than the maximum working pressure of the machine,
and located close to the input connection).
All the piping of the cooled water or cooling water must be painted or clearly marked in compliance with the local
safety provisions in the place of installation.
Equip the unit with some manual interception valves to be able to lock the hydraulic circuit in the event of
maintenance operations.
On-off valves should be provided for the refrigerator so that the hydraulic circuit can be by-passed to carry out
maintenance.
All the electrical connections must comply with the local provisions in the place of installation.
The machine and the auxiliary apparatus must be earthen and protected against short-circuits and overloading.
If raised platforms are required to provide access to the unit they must not interfere with normal operation or
obstruct access for lifting or dismantling components. Platforms and stairs should be of grid or plate construction
with safety rails on all open sides.
If the unit is installed in the open air, ensure that it is not exposed to very strong winds.
These can be dangerous for two reasons, in fact:

4.2.4

they could reduce the stability of the metal structure of the machine and could damage the anchoring
of the panels of the casing;
they could negatively influence the performance of the condenser.

Pr e ca u t i o n s d uri n g o p e r at io n

Operation must be carried out by competent personnel under a qualified supervisor.


Never remove or tamper with the safety devices, guards or insulation materials fitted to the unit or auxiliary
equipment.
When mains power is switched on, lethal voltages are present in the electrical circuits and extreme caution must be
exercised whenever it is necessary to carry out any work on the electrical system.
Do not exceed the flow of liquid to be cooled specified in paragraph "6.5 Hydraulic connections".

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4.2.5

Mai nt ena nce and r e pai r pr ec a uti ons

Maintenance, overhaul and repair work must be carried out by competent personnel under a qualified supervisor.
ATTENTION
The non-insulated surfaces of the components of the cooling circuits inside the compressor compartment can be at
very high temperatures when the machine is in operation and for some minutes after it is turned off.
This creates the danger of burns for those who enter the compartment.
When disposing of parts and waste material of any kind make sure that there is no pollution of any drain or natural
water-course and that no burning of waste takes place which could cause pollution of the air.
Protect the environment by using only approved methods of disposal.
If replacement parts are needed use only original spares.
Keep a written record of all maintenance and repair work carried out on the unit and auxiliary equipment.
The frequency and the nature of the work required over a period can reveal adverse operating conditions which
should be corrected.
Use only refrigerant gas specified on the specification plate of the unit.
Make sure that all instructions concerning operation and maintenance are strictly followed and that the complete
unit, with all accessories and safety devices, is kept in good working order.
The accuracy of pressure and temperature gauges must be regularly checked.
They must be renewed when acceptable tolerances are exceeded.
Keep the machine clean at all times.
Protect components and exposed openings by covering them, for example, with clean cloth or tape during
maintenance and repair work.
Do not weld or carry out any operation which produces heat near a system which contains oil or flammable liquids.
The systems which may contain oil or flammable liquids must be completely drained and cleaned (with steam, for
example), before carrying out these operations.
Never weld, nor modify in any way, a vessel which may be put under pressure.
To prevent an increase in working temperature, inspect and clean heat transfer surfaces (i.e. condenser fins)
regularly.
For every unit establish a suitable time schedule for cleaning operations.
Avoid damage to safety valves and other pressure relief devices.
Avoid plugging by paint, oil or dirt accumulation.
Precautions must be taken when carrying out welding or any repair operation which generates heat, flames or
sparks.
The adjacent components must always be screened with non-flammable material and if the operation is to be carried
out near any part of the lubrication system, or close to a component which may contain oil, the system must first be
thoroughly purged, preferably by steam cleaning.
Never use a light source with an open flame to inspect any part of the machine.
Before dismantling any part of the unit ensure that all heavy movable parts are secured.
When a repair has been completed, make sure no tools, loose parts or rags are left in, or on the machine.
Check the direction of rotation of electric motors (fans, compressors and pump with three phase supply) when
starting up the unit initially and after any work on the electrical connections or switch gear.
All guards must be reinstated after carrying out repair or maintenance work.
Do not use flammable liquid to clean any component during operation.
If chlorinated hydrocarbon non-flammable fluids are used for cleaning, safety precautions must be taken against any
toxic vapours which may be released.

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Before removing any protection panel from the power board or dismantling any of its parts, carry out the following
operations:

4.3

Isolate the unit from the main electrical power supply. Lock the isolator in the OFF position and remove the
fuses (if they are present).
Attach a label to the isolator switch and display a panel carrying warning WORK IN PROGRESS - DO NOT
APPLY VOLTAGE. Do not switch on electrical power or attempt to start the unit if a warning label is
attached.

Refrigerant gases

R407C is used as refrigerant gas in these units.


Never attempt to mix refrigerant gases.
To clean out a very heavily contaminated refrigerant system, e.g. after a refrigerant compressor burnout, a qualified
refrigeration engineer must be consulted to carry out the task.
The manufacturer's instructions and local safety regulations should always be observed when handling and storing
high pressure gas cylinders.

4.3.1

Sa fe ty s ch ed u l e
R407C
Denomination:

23% Difluoromethane (R32);


25% Pentafluoroethane (R125);
52% R134a
INDICATION OF THE DANGERS

Major dangers:

Asphyxia

Specific dangers:

Rapid evaporation can cause freezing


FIRST AID MEASURES

General information:
Inhalation:

Do not give anything to unconscious persons


Take the person outdoors. Use oxygen or artificial respiration if
necessary. Do not administer adrenaline or similar substances

Contact with the eyes:

Thoroughly wash with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes


and call a doctor

Contact with the skin:

Wash immediately with plenty of water. Remove contaminated


clothing immediately
FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

Means of extinction:

Any means

Specific dangers:

Pressure increase

Specific methods:

Cool the containers with water sprays

MEASURES IN THE EVENT OF ACCIDENTAL LEAKAGE


Individual precautions:

Evacuate personnel to safe areas. Provide adequate ventilation.


Use means of personal protection

Environmental precautions:

Evaporates

Cleaning methods:

Evaporates
HANDLING AND STORAGE

Handling
technical measures/
precautions:
recommendations for safe use:
Storage:

Ensure sufficient air change and/or extraction in the work areas


Do not inhale vapours or aerosols
Close properly and store in a cool, dry well-ventilated place.
Store in its original containers. Incompatible products:
explosives, flammable materials, organic peroxide
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CONTROL OF EXPOSURE/INDIVIDUAL PROTECTION


Control parameters:

AEL (8-h e 12-h TWA) = 1000 ml/m3 for each of the three
components

Respiratory protection:

For rescue and maintenance work in tanks, use autonomous


breathing apparatus. The vapours are heavier than air and can
cause suffocation, reducing the oxygen available for breathing

Protection of the eyes:

Safety goggles

Protection of the hands:

Rubber gloves

Hygiene measures:

Do not smoke
PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Colour:

Colourless

Odour:

Similar to ether

Boiling point:

-43.9C at atm. press.

Flammability point:

Non flammable

Relative density:

1.138 kg/l at 25C.

Solubility in water:

Negligible
STABILITY AND REACTIVITY

Stability:

No reactivity if used with the relative instructions

Materials to avoid:

Alkaline metal, earthy alkaline metals, granulated metals salts,


Al, Zn, Be, etc. in powder

Hazardous decomposition
products:

Halogen acids, traces of carbonyl halides


TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Acute toxicity:

(R32) LC50/inhalation/4 hours/lab. rats >760 ml/l


(R125) LC50/inhalation/4 hours/lab. rats >3480 mg/l
(R134a) ALC/inhalation/4 hours/lab. rats = 567 ml/l

Local effects:

Concentrations substantially above the TLV can cause narcotic


effects. Inhalation of products in decomposition can lead to
respiratory difficulty (pulmonary oedema)

Long-term toxicity:

Has not shown any cancerogenic, teratogenic or mutagenic


effects in experiments on animals
ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Global warming potential


HGWP (R11=1):

R125: 0.84 - R134a: 0.28

Ozone depletion potential ODP


(R11=1):

CONSIDERATIONS ON DISPOSAL
Usable with reconditioning

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Description

CHAPTER 5

DESCRIPTION
5.1

Operating principle

All the machines described in this manual work on the basis of the same principle.
The ARIES Free Cooling refrigerators are air condensed monobloc units, equipped with helicoidal fans, Scroll
compressors and finned coils for the Free-Cooling system to cool the process water.
The Free-Cooling system is activated when the ambient temperature is lower than the refrigerator inlet water
temperature. In this way the process water can be cooled, partially or completely, exploiting the low ambient
temperature in order to save energy (the refrigerant compressors and the condensing fans stop completely or
partially)
The coils of the Free-Cooling system have their own fans that work separately from the ones of the Chiller
condensing coils.
The refrigerant circuit is single, and it cools water flow using a single shell and coil evaporator, in which, on one
side, the refrigerant fluid evaporates (coil side), and on the other side the liquid to be cooled flows (shell side).
The refrigerant compressors are controlled by an electronic control unit.

5.2

Cooling circuit

See enclosure
The ARIES FREE-COOLING units have a single refrigerant circuit and two compressors.
The refrigerant in the gaseous state is compressed by the compressor and sent to the condenser.
Here the gas condenses, exchanging heat with the ambient air.
It exits in a liquid state.
It flows through the cock and the dryer filter. After passing the flow indicator, the liquid is laminated by the
thermostat valve and enters the evaporator.
Here it exchanges heat with the water circuit as it evaporates.
Having returned to the gaseous state, it is sucked in by the compressor/s and the cycle is repeated.
Information relating to the components of the standard machine are given below.
Components other than standard ones may be used to meet particular requirements.
In this case please refer to offer data.

5.2.1

Co m p r es sor s

The compressors used are of the SCROLL type.


They are provided with integral protection against excessive-temperatures in the electric motor windings, a check
valve in the delivery line and a by-pass between intake and delivery.
Cocks can be provided on the inlet ad outlet lines, on request.
In the machines equipped with two compressors (per circuit), each circuit is provided with an oil-balancing pipe.
Each circuit is provided with an oil-balancing pipe.
In silenced versions (SN and SSN) the compressors are installed on vibration-damping devices and find in a
acoustic insulated compressor site.

5.2.2

Co n d e n se r s

Condensers are heat exchangers, fin pack type, and several fans produce the air that flows over them.
The tubes are in copper and the fins in aluminium.
The shoulders are in galvanised carbon steel.
The refrigerant circuit includes a condensing coil and its proper row of fans.

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5.2.3

Fans

Axial:
Axial fans feature die-cast aluminium impellers with sickle-shaped blades.
The fans are protected to IP54.
All fans belong to insulation class F which ensures they work outdoors in all weather conditions.
The assembly is completed with an aerodynamic galvanised sheet steel mouth and safety grilles downstream of the
air flow.

5.2.4

Ev apo ra tor

The units can be equipped with a finned coil evaporator or with a shell and coil evaporator.
Finned-coil evaporator in models from AS 201 FC to AS 301 FC:
The evaporators are of finned coil type with copper tubes and aluminium fins; the water flows in contact with the
fins, while the refrigerant fluid flows through the tubes. This models are always equipped with an accumulation
tank.
Shell and coil evaporator in models from AS 351 FC to AS 751 FC:
The evaporator consists of a U-type pipe-bundle exchanger in which the coolant fluid, that comes from the
refrigerant circuit, evaporates removing heat from the water to be cooled which flows on the plating side.
The water connections are with threading, from model AS 201 FC to model AS 601 FC.
From model AS 701 FC they are of Victaulic type.
They can be easily reached by the external of the refrigerator.It is provided with a cock to facilitate the discharge of
the water contained in it when you want to drain the plant (see chapter " Operation and maintenance").
The evaporator is protected against freezing caused by low evaporating temperatures of antifreeze function of the
electronic board which controls the water outlet temperature. Moreover, from model AS 351FC, each evaporator is
equipped with a differential pressure switch that protects the evaporator against the absence of water.
ATTENTION
The fluid flow rate which flows on the plating side must not exceed the values specified in the table of paragraph
"6.5 Hydraulic connections".

Hydraulic circuit

5.3

The hydraulic circuit is equipped with the following components:

Evaporator
water process inlet/outlet connections of victaulic type
three-way-valve with proportional control to change the hydraulic circuit operation from Standard to
Free-Cooling
Free-cooling coils
Automatic valves to leack the air
Water discharging cocks

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COIL

CONDENSING
COIL

Description

EVAPORATOR

5.3.1

Fr ee - C o o l i n g coi l s

They are fins coils composed of copper pipes and manifolds and of aluminium fins.
The pipes are smooth inside, while the fins are corrugated.
The coils are equipped with manual breather valves for the air, and with water discharging cocks to empty the coils.

Hydraulic group

5.4

AS 201301 FC UNITS
These units are equipped with a tank, inside which there is the evaporator finned coil. The P2 or P4 pump can be
installed on request.
AS 351751 FC UNITS
On request the units can be equipped with the hydraulic group, which has a centrifugal pump and an accumulation
tank.
Furthermore there are the following devices:

expansion tank
water safety valve
automatic air vent valve
emptying valve
water pressure gauge on pump delivery
automatic charge group:
pressure reducer
manometer
interception cock.

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Description

On request the units can be furnished with an higher lift pump.

5.4.1

Cas i ng

The casing is built with galvanised panels and painted with polyester resins.

5.4.2

Pr o t e c t i o n ra t i n g

The protection rating of the machine is IP54 with F insulating class, to assure a good units operation in the event of
external installation.

5.5

Electrical circuit

See the enclosed wiring diagrams.

5.6

Overall dimensions
See enclosure

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CHAPTER 6

INSTALLATION
ATTENTION
Before carrying out the installation or operating on this machine, ensure that all the personnel has read and
understood the chapter " Safety" in this manual.

Inspection

6.1

Immediately after uncrating, inspect the unit.

Positioning

6.2

1. The unit may be installed both outdoors and indoors.


2. If installed indoors, the room must be well ventilated. In some cases it may be necessary to install fans or
extractors to limit the temperature of the room.
3. The ambient air must be clean and not contain flammable gas or solvents.
4. The minimum and maximum working ambient temperature are specified on the unit data plate. In extreme
temperature conditions, the protection devices may trip.
5. The machine can be positioned on any flat surface capable of supporting its weight.
6. Leave at least one metre around the unit to permit access during service operations (see enclosures).
7. Do not obstruct or disturb the flow of cooling air of the condenser. The air must enter the machine through
the finned batteries of the condensers to be expelled to the exterior through the fans. Position the unit in
such a way that the cooling air cannot recirculate in the intake grilles. Ensure that the unit is not subject to
warm air from the cooling systems of other machines.
8. Do not install the unit in a place where there may be dangerous strong winds.

6.3

Indoor installation: minimum distances


from walls
See enclosure

6.4

Antifreeze protection

The performances of the Aries free-cooling units take into consideration the use of a mixture of water and glycol at
30%.
The glycol percentage can be chanced, but MTA suggests the use of a mixture of water and glycol in order to
prevent the formation of ice and breakings.

Ambient min. temp.


[C]

Ethilenic Glycol
[in volum]

<0

10

-5

15

-10

20

-15

30

Depending on the cooled water outlet temperature, antifreeze (ethylene glycol) must be added in the following
percentages to prevent the formation of ice:

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6.5

Water outlet min. temp.


[C]

Ethilenic glycol
[in volum]

<5

10

15

-5

20

-15

35

Hydraulic connections
1. Connect the unit to the water piping as indicated in the drawing below.
2. Provide two cocks (inlet and outlet) to by-pass the machine for maintenance purposes without having to
empty the water circuit by the user.
3. If the unit doesnt have a pump, make sure that the pump installed by the user has the intake directly
connected to the unit so that the pressure on the plating side in the evaporator is not too high.

A tightening jaws
B sealing gasket
C stub pipe to weld
D evaporator stub pipe

VICTAULIC CONNECTION

The hydraulic system must be dimensioned so that water doesnt flow in the machine with pressure values in excess
of the value on the specification plate and flows greater than those set out in the table below:

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EVAPORATOR
Maximum flow [m3/h]
AS 201 FC

18

AS 251 FC

18

AS 301 FC

27

AS 351 FC

21

AS 401 FC

21

AS 501 FC

25

AS 551 FC

30

AS 601 FC

30

AS 701 FC

41

AS 751 FC

41

NOTE
To prevent pumps breakings install a water filter on the unit water inlet.
The non-observance of this rule, could cause serious damages to the evaporator.

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Electrical connections

6.6

The connection of the unit to the power supply network must be done in conformity with the laws and prescriptions
in force in the installation place.
The power supply voltage, the frequency and the phase number must be as shown on the unit data plate.

The

power supply voltage must not be, also for short periods, out of the tolerances given in the wiring diagram. Except
for different indications, the frequency tolerance is +/-1% of the nominal value (+/-2% for short periods).
In the event of three-phase supply, the system must be symmetrical (equal effective voltage values and equal phase
angles among consecutive phases).

In particular, except for different indication, the max. unbalance between

each phase is 2%. The unbalance is calculated as following:

Max difference of aech phase from Vavg


100
Vavg
Vavg = average of voltage phases
The phase conductor and the neutral wire must not be confused.

For the electrical supply:


1.
2.

E connect the unit (PE terminal in the electrical panel) to the earthed system of the building.
E guarantee the automatic interruption of the power supply in the event of insulation failure (protection

against indirect contacts in compliance with IEC 364) by means of a differential device (normally with
operation nominal current of 0.03 A).
3. at the beginning of the electrical supply cable must be guaranteed a protection against direct contacts with
a protection degree of IP2X or IPXXB at least (reference CEI EN 60529).
4. at the beginning of the electrical supply cable must be installed protection devices that protect against
overcurrents (short circuit) (see information in the electrical wiring).
5. use conductors which transform the max. current required to the max. operating ambient temperature,
according to the selected installation type (IEC 60364-5-523) (see information in the electrical wiring).
Indications of electrical wiring:

max. size permitted for the fuse type gG.


In general, the fuses can be replaced with an automatic switch regulated by means of the unit max.
absorbed current (contact the manufacturer if necessary)
section and type of the power supply cable (if not already supplied):
installation: insulated conductors, multipolar cable in duct, in air or over masonry (C type in
compliance with IEC 60364-5-523 1983) or without no other cable in contract
working temperature: the max. working ambient temperature of the unit
cable type: copper conductors, PVC insulation from 70C (if not specified) or EPR insulation from
90C
To check the correct connection of the unit to the electrical net see chapter " Start up".

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CHAPTER 7

START UP
ATTENTION
Before starting up or operating these units be sure that all personnel have read and understood the chapter "
Safety" of this manual.
1. Check that the machine on/off valves are open.
2. If the hydraulic circuit is of the closed type, check that an expansion tank has been installed with an
adequate capacity.
3. Check that the ambient temperature is within the limits indicated on the machine data plate.
4. Check that the main switch is in the OFF position (O).
5. Check that the power supply voltage is correct.
6. Power the machine by means of the supply line protection device.
7. Turn the machine main switch ON (I).
The led or the control panel display ON indicate that the machine is powered (see pCO manual attached).
8. Models without pump:
Before turning on the machine, check that the water circuit pump is operating and that the water is
flowing through the evaporator.
9. Models with output cocks on the compressors:
Check that the output cocks of the compressors are open.
10.Press g + h buttons on the board. The pump, if installed, starts immediately.
After the delay set on the electronic board (see enclosed pCO manual) the refrigerant compressors will
start. The first time the machine is started-up after several days stoppage, turn the main circuit breaker to
the on position (I) and wait at least 4 hours before starting the machine by means of the ON/OFF button
on the board (if the compressors casing resistances are present.
11.Compressors, pumps and fans have only one correct rotation direction.
If a SCROLL compressor does not turn in the correct direction, it runs very noisily and does not
compress.
A fan rotates in the correct direction if it sucks air from inside the machine. The machines are built and
tested so that the rotation directions of the three above-mentioned components are in agreement.
Therefore, if one component rotates in the correct direction, the others are also correctly connected.
Check the rotation directions of the above-mentioned components when starting up the first time and after
every maintenance operation. If all the components are rotating incorrectly, invert two of the phases at the
main power terminals in the power board. If, on the other hand, one or more of the components is not
rotating in the proper direction, carry out this operation at the terminals of the corresponding contactor/s
(see attached wiring plan).
12.If with the first start-up, there is a high ambient temperature and the temperature of the water in the hydraulic
circuit is much higher than the working value (e.g. 25-30C) this means that the refrigerator starts up overloaded
with the consequence of possible tripping of the protection devices. To reduce this overload, a refrigerator outlet
valve can be gradually (but not totally!) closed to reduce the flow of water passing through it. Open the
valve as the water temperature in the hydraulic circuit reaches the working value.

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Adjustment and control

CHAPTER 8

ADJUSTMENT AND CONTROL


8.1

Forced ventilation of the electrical board

All units are equipped with a fan thermostat system in the electric board.
The circulation fan is controlled by a thermostat positioned inside the electrical panel. It starts when the temperature
inside the electrical panel exceeds the thermostats set point.
Electrical panel fan state

ON

OFF

DIFFERENTIAL (Fixed)

SETPOINT
Temperature

Temperature inside
the electrical panel

The setpoint value is 40C.


The differential value, 4C, is fixed.

8.2

Electric panel heater

The electric panel of the units designed to work until -15C, is fitted with a fan-assisted heater, which has to keep a
suitable ambient temperature inside the panel, in order to prevent the components from low temperature.
This heater is controlled by a thermostat inside the electric panel which activates it when the temperature inside the
panel falls below the set point less the differential.

Electric panel heater status

ON

OFF

DIFFERENTIAL (fixed)

SETPOINT
Temperature

Temperature inside
the electrical panel

The setpoint value is 5C.


The differential value, 4C, is fixed.

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Circulation pump

8.3

OPTIONAL
The circulation pump can be installed in all units, only if requested.
Its installation can be performed following different configurations already described in chapter " Description".
When the machine is turned on by means of the ON-OFF button the LED lights up and the pump (if installed) starts
and remains on until the machine is turned off by means of the ON-OFF button.
The pump (installed as optional) only stops with the following pCO alarm messages:
Lack of water flow
Pump overload
Wrong phase sequence in power supply

8.3.1

Pu m p a n t i f r ee z e f u n ct io n

The unit is furnished with a pump antifreeze function. It starts the pump when the ambient temperature is lower than
the value fixed by pCOelectronic control.

Automatic re-start

8.4

After a loss of power, the unit will re-start automatically if it was ON, but not if it was OFF before the loss of
power.

Compressor integral protection (PI)

8.5

This protection consists of the combination of the magnetothermic switch and the compressor protection.
This system ensures complete protection against most of the problems which can give rise to burning of the
windings.
When it trips, it is necessary to find and eliminate the cause; then you can start the machine again by pressing ONOFF button.

Water pressure gauge

8.6

OPTIONAL
It can be installed as optional, depending on the pump installation.
If, on demand, the pump has been installed, also the water pressure gauge will be installed on the unit rear panel.
It will indicate the water pressure at pump outlet with pump running and the pressure of the hydraulic circuit with
pump stopped.

8.7

High pressure switches

8.7.1

AS 2 01 35 1 F C h i g h p r es s u re sw i t c h

1. It is installed to monitor the refrigerant compressor discharge pressure and prevents it increasing to levels
dangerous to the operation of the unit and people within the vicinity.
It is of manual reset type.
Its intervention is detected by the electronic control that will display the alarm and will disactivate the
relay output. Furthermore the pressure switch will cut the current of the compressor winding, (see pCO
manual).
When the compressor delivery pressure drops below the reset point, it automatically re-arms.
It will be possible to start again the unit following the alarm reset procedure in the pCO manual.
Remove the alarm trip cause, otherwise this cycle will repeat continuously.
The pressure switches HP should be screwed to the cooling circuit piping using a SCHRAEDER valve (with needle)
which prevent leakage during the pressure switch replacement.

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The TRIP and RESET values of the above pressure switches depend upon the refrigerant gas, see the table below:

Switch

Refrigerant

HP

R407C

8.7.2

TRIP

RESET

bar

bar

27.2

63.4

146.1

20.5

51.5

124.7

AS 4 01 75 1 F C p r e ss u r e s wi t che s

They assure a supplementary protection of electromechanical type in addition to the protection furnished by the
pCO transducers.
They are installed to monitor the refrigerant compressor discharge pressure and prevents it increasing to levels
dangerous to the operation of the unit and people within the vicinity.

Each unit is furnished with one Safety high pressure switch for each circuit of manual reset type.
When it trips, it opens the compressor supply circuit (see wiring diagram).
Then, when the compressor delivery pressure drops below the reset point, it must be manually rearmed and it is possible to start the machine again by means of the ALARM button of the electronic
control.
Each unit is furnished with a high pressure switch Type Approved, associated to each refrigerant
circuit. It is of automatic reset type.
When it trips, it opens the compressor supply circuit (see wiring diagram).
Then, when the compressor delivery pressure drops below the reset point, it automatically re-arms and
it is possible to start the machine again by means of the ALARM button of the electronic control.

The pressure switches HP should be screwed to the cooling circuit piping using a SCHRAEDER valve (with needle)
which prevent leakage during the pressure switch replacement.
The TRIP and RESET values of the above pressure switches depend upon the refrigerant gas used.
For a correct operation of the unit it is recommended that the reset values of the pressure switches are the ones
indicated in the table below:

COMPONENT

REFRIGERANT

HP-Safety
High pressure switch
HP Type Approved
High pressure switch

8.8

TRIP

RESET

bar

bar

R407C

26.7

62.6

144.7

22.7

55.7

132.3

R407C

26.3

61.9

143.4

20.3

51.1

129.2

Pressure transducers

For further information see the enclosed pCO manual.


The Aries Free-Cooling units are equipped with a low pressure switch and an high pressure switch for each circuit.
Measuring the inlet and outlet pressures of the compressors, they control the unit operation, according to the
pressure setpoint values adjusted by pCO.
With these values it is possible to control the following functions of each circuit separately:
high pressure alarm;
low pressure alarm;
unloading for high or low pressure;
fan step management;
high and low pressure values measurement.
Therefore, if the pressure in a circuit increases over or decreases lower than the preset limits, an alarm signal will
occur and will stop the unit, the fan starting or stopping, the stopping - with a certain delay - of one or more
compressors.
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8.9

Fan speed regulation

OPTIONAL
Instead of the fan step regulation, if requested, the fans can be regulated by a constant control of their speed.
It could be done by installing a fan speed regulator between pCO control board and the fans.
The pressure value, measured by high pressure transducers, is sent to pCO control board and then to the regulator
which fixes the best fan speed rotation.
For the settings see the annexed pCO electronic control manual.
NOTE
The units designed to work with temperature up to -15C are always equipped with fans electronic regulation.

8.10

Water differential pressure switch

The machine is provided with a differential pressure switch which measures the difference in the pressure of the
water between the inlet and outlet manifold of the evaporator.
When the pressure switch measures a p lower than 50 mbar (250 mmH 2 O), it sends an alarm signal to the board
which stops the machine after the delay set (SEE pCO MANUAL).
When the p returns above 50 mbar it is possible to restart the machine by pressing the ALARM or ON/OFF buttons

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CHAPTER 9

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE


9.1

Operation

The machine operates in completely automatic mode.


It is not necessary to turn it off when there is no thermal load as it goes off automatically when the preset water-inlet
temperature is reached.
ATTENTION
Never exceed the water flow values specified in the table in chapter "6.5 Hydraulic connections".
Never turn off the water circuit circulation pump before turning off the machine.

9.2

Maintenance

ATTENTION
Before proceeding with the maintenance of these units be sure that all personnel concerned have read and
understood the chapter " Safety" of this manual.
These units will give many years of trouble-free service if they are properly maintained and serviced.

9.2.1

Acc e ss t o the i n s i d e o f the m ac h i n e


(see attached drawings)

ATTENTION
The inside of the power board must only be accessed with the machine off.
To gain access to the components of the cooling circuit, remove the bottom front panel.
To remove the front panel, use a screwdriver to unscrew the screws which fix it to the lateral uprights.
To gain access to the components of the power board, turn the main switch/circuit breaker to the open O position
and open the doors of the power board by turning the bolts with the provided keys.
To gain access to the rear compartment, remove the rear panel.
ATTENTION
Given the presence of sharp and cutting edges in the rear compartment, the maintenance technician must protect
himself from accidental contact during work inside the compartment.
Furthermore, care must be taken with the floor of the compartment as it may be wet and slippery.

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9.2.2

Mai nt ena nce Sc he dul e


OPERATION

1
Day

Check control panel display for any alarm signals.

Check that the water output temperature is within the


envisaged range.

1
Month

Check that the water intake temperature is lower than the


value used for selecting the refrigerator.

Check that the difference between the pump outlet pressure


(if installed) and inlet pressure (measured by a pressure
gauge with the pump stopped) is within the limits envisaged
and, in particular, is not lower than the value corresponding
to the maximum flow.

6
Months

Check that the liquid indicator is full or with a small stream


of bubbles when the compressor is running.

Check that the unit current absorption is within the value on


the data plate.

Carry out visual inspection of refrigerant circuit, looking out


for any deterioration of the piping or any traces of oil which
might indicate a refrigerant leak.

Check the condition and security of piping connections.

Check the condition and security of wiring and electrical


connections.

Using a spanner, check that the inlet and outlet connections


to the refrigerant compressor have not slackened.

Check that the ambient air temperature is lower than the


value used for selecting the refrigerator.
Check that the environment is well ventilated.

Annually

Check that fans are automatically switched on by the


electronic board.
Check that their operation is not noisy.
Thoroughly clean the fins of the condenser with soft brush
and/or jet of clean compressed air.
Check that the grilles of the unit are free from dirt and any
other obstructions.
Clean condenser fins with a mild detergent.

ATTENTION
This plan is based on an average working situation.
In some installations it may be necessary to increase the frequency of maintenance.

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Trouble shooting

CHAPTER 10

TROUBLE SHOOTING
PROBLEM
A

Water outlet temperature


BTOWT greater than the
expected value.

CAUSE
A1

A2

A3

A4
A5

A6

A7

A8

Low pressure drop (water


pressure) at pump outlet
(if installed).

B1

Water flow too high.

Thermal load too high


(water flow) x (inlet
temperature - water
outlet) = Thermal load.

Ambient temperature too


high.

Condenser fins dirty.


Front surface of the
condenser obstructed.
The fan rotates in the
wrong direction.
No refrigerant fluid in the
plant.

The compressors rotate


the wrong way.

Water flow too high.


Wrong working of the
pump (high flow, low
discharge head, high
absorption).

B2
See point

B3

C.

Evaporator obstructed
because of dirt
transported by the
utilization water.

SYMPTOM
A1.1

Difference between
BTOWT and BEWIT
lower than 5C with
both circuits on.

A2.1
Temperature BTOWT
greater than expected
value;
alarm high water outlet
temperature trips (SEE
pCO MANUAL).

A3.1
See

A2.1 .

See

A2.1 .

See

A2.1 .

See

A2.1 .

A4.1

Restore the thermal load to


within the preset limits.

If it is possible, increase the


change air flow into the
installation location, to restore
the ambient temperature to
within the preset limits.
Clean the condenser fins.

A5.1

A6.1

A7.1
See

A2.1 ;

low evaporation pressure;


a lot of bubbles in the
liquid indicator.

A8.1

REMEDY
Increase the pressure drop in
the water circuit (e.g.: by
partially closing a pump
output cock).

The operation of
compressors is very
noisy.

B1.1
Possible increase in the
outlet temperature (see
A2.1 );

Free the front surface of the


condenser.
Invert the position of 2 of the
3 power supply phases.
Get a refrigerator technician
to check for leaks and
eliminate them.
Fill the plant.

Invert the position of two


phases of the power supply to
the compressors (see chap. "

Start up").
Reduce water flow to within
the preset limits, for example
by closing partially a pump
outlet cock.

with pump installed on the


machine: pressure
difference, read on the
machine pressure gauge,
too low with pump stopped
and pump running.

B2.1

B3.1

See point C . Before ice


obstructs the whole
evaporator, there is an
increase in the pressure
drop.
High water temperature
difference between
input and outlet.

See point

C.

Depending on the type of dirt:


clean the evaporator by
running a detergent
solution which is not
aggressive for steel and
copper;
run a high water flow
against the stream.
Install a filter upstream from
the unit.

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PROBLEM
C

The unit is obstructed and


the water does not flow.

CAUSE
C1

SET POINT value too low


so that the water freezes.

SYMPTOM
C1.1
Water doesnt flow;
alarm tripping of water
differential pressure switch
(SEE pCO MANUAL);
low pressure alarm
tripped: (SEE pCO
MANUAL);
intake pressure too low.

REMEDY
Choose between:
raise the set point;
add an appropriate % of
ethylene glycol (antifreeze)
(see paragraph "6.5

Hydraulic
connections" ).

The formation of ice


can irremediably
damage the machine.
D

High pressure alarm


tripped
(SEE pCO MANUAL)

D1

D2

One or more fans dont


work.

Ambient air temperature


too high.

D1.1
Refrigerant compressor
stops;
the LED ALARM lights up;
main alarm relay tripped.

D2.1
Air ambient temperature
higher than maximum
permitted value;
See

D3

Recirculation of warm air


due to incorrect
installation location.

D3.1
Condenser cooling air
temperature higher than
the permitted value;
See

D4
See

A4 .

See

A5 .

D5

D6

D7

Low pressure alarm


tripped
(SEE pCO MANUAL)

Compressors integral
protection PI1 or PI2
alarm tripped
(SEE pCO MANUAL)

E1

F1

D1.1 .

D1.1 .

D4.1

Thermal load = (water


flow) x (input temperature
- water outlet) too high.

Lack of refrigerant (see


also A7 ).

Thermal load = (water


flow) x (water inlet outlet temperature) too
high in combination with
high ambient
temperature.

Reduce ambient temperature


to within design limits, for
example by increasing local
ventilation.
Press ALARM or ON/OFF
buttons to switch on the unit.
Change the position of the
unit or the position of any
adjacent obstructions to avoid
recirculation.
Press ALARM or ON/OFF
buttons to switch on the unit.

See

D1.1 .

Clean the condenser fins.


Press ALARM or ON/OFF
buttons to switch on the unit.

See

D1.1 .

Remove obstruction from


condenser intake.
Press ALARM or ON/OFF
buttons to switch on the unit.

D5.1

Ambient temperature high


combined with incorrect
fan rotation.

Repair or replace the fan.


Verify the heat protection of
the fan/s.

D6.1
The fan blows air across
the condenser coil instead
of drawing it across;
refrigerant compressor
stops;
main alarm relay tripped.

D7.1
Water outlet temperature
too high;
refrigerant compressor
stops;
main alarm relay tripped.

E1.1
Refrigerant compressor
stops;
the LED ALARM lights up;
main alarm relay tripped.

F1.1
See problem;
main alarm relay tripped;
refrigerant compressor
stops.

Invert the position of two


phases of the power supply to
the fan (See chapter " Start

up" ).

Reduce the thermal load to


within the design limits.
Press ALARM or ON/OFF
buttons to switch on the unit.

Call a qualified refrigeration


engineer to check for leaks
and replenish refrigerant
charge.

Check that the temperature of


the utilisation water and of the
ambient air are within the
preset limits (see chapter "

Technical data,
performance and
operating limits" ).

Restore the load to within the


preset limits.
Wait a few minutes before
turning on again.

F2

Thermal load = (water


flow) x (water inlet outlet temperature) too
high combined with a
shortage of refrigerant
(also see A7 ).

F3
See points

D1 to D7 .

F2.1
See

F1.1 .

See

F1.1 .

F3.1

Call a qualified refrigeration


engineer to check for leaks
and replenish refrigerant
charge.

See points

D1 to D7 .

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PROBLEM
G

Digital display and all


LEDs off although P1 main
switch On (I).

CAUSE
G1

G2

Transducer damaged or
disconnected alarm
tripped
(SEE pCO MANUAL)

Low water inlet


temperature alarm tripped
(SEE pCO MANUAL)

High water inlet


temperature alarm tripped
(SEE pCO MANUAL)

Low water outlet


temperature alarm tripped
(SEE pCO MANUAL)

H1

I1

J1

K1

K2
K3
L

High water outlet


temperature alarm tripped
(SEE pCO MANUAL)

Fans overload alarm


tripped
(SEE pCO MANUAL)

L1

M1

M2

Control board fuse blown.


Power supply fluctuations
or 'spikes'.

Abnormal power
consumption by one or
more of the control board
components.
Transducer in open circuit
or transducers in short
circuit.

Set point value of alarm,


stored, is higher than
value measured by the
BTOWT probe.

Set point value of alarm,


stored, is lower than value
measured by the BTOWT
probe.

Set point value of alarm,


stored, is higher than
value measured by the
BEWIT probe.

Water flow too low.


SET-POINT value too low.
Set point value of alarm,
stored, is lower than value
measured by the BEWIT
probe.

The thermal protection of


one of the fans has
tripped because the
temperature of the air
expelled is very high.

The motor of one of the


fans is blocked or risks
seizing.

SYMPTOM
G1.1

Despite presence of
power at the input
terminals, the digital
display and all LEDs
remain unlit.

G2.1
See

G1.1 .

H1.1
See problem;
main alarm relay tripped.

I1.1
See problem;
main alarm relay tripped.

J1.1
See problem;
main alarm relay tripped.

K1.1
See problem;
the compressor stops and
restarts when the alarm
set value is exceed;
main alarm relay tripped.

K2.1

REMEDY
Replace the fuse.
Provide cleaner power supply
to the unit.

Replace the fuse.


Provide cleaner power supply
to the unit.

Check that the transducer is


correctly connected to the
control board terminals and
that the cable is undamaged.
If necessary replace the
transducer.
Identify and remove the
cause. If necessary, adjust
alarm temperature set point
to a value lower than that
measured by the BTOWT
probe.
Identify and remove the
cause. If necessary, adjust
alarm temperature set point
to a value higher than that
measured by the BTOWT
probe.
Identify and remove the
cause. If necessary, adjust
alarm temperature set point
to a value lower than that
measured by the BEWIT
probe.
Increase the water flow.

See

K1.1 .

See

K1.1 .

K3.1

Increase SET-POINT value.

L1.1
See problem;
main alarm relay tripped.

M1.1
See problem;
main alarm relay tripped;
refrigerant compressor
stops;
the LED ALARM lights up.

M2.1
See problem;
main alarm relay tripped;
refrigerant compressor
stops;
the LED ALARM lights up;
operation in one of the
fans is noisy.

Identify and remove the


cause. If necessary, adjust
alarm temperature set point
to a value higher than that
measured by the BEWIT
probe.
Check that the ambient air
temperature is within the
preset limits.

Identify and check the


damaged fan and replace it if
necessary.

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PROBLEM
N

Pumps overload alarm


tripped
(SEE pCO MANUAL)

CAUSE
N1

The pump's thermal


protection device has
tripped because the water
flow is too high (if the
pump is installed).

SYMPTOM
N1.1
See problem;
main alarm relay tripped;
the refrigerant compressor
and pump stop;
the LED ALARM lights
up;"6.5 Hydraulic

REMEDY
Reset the thermal protection
device.
Increase the pressure drop in
the hydraulic circuit, for
example by partially closing
the pump output valve.

connections"

N2

N3

Water differential
pressure switch alarm
tripped
(SEE pCO MANUAL)

O1

O2

The grille through which


the pump cooling air
passes is obstructed (if
the pump is installed).

The pump is defective (if


the pump is installed).

The pump doesnt work (if


the pump is installed).

The water circuit is


obstructed outside the
machine.

N2.1
See problem;
main alarm relay tripped;
the refrigerant compressor
and pump stop;
the LED ALARM lights up.

N3.1
See problem;
main alarm relay tripped;
the refrigerant compressor
and pump stop;
the LED ALARM lights up;
the current absorbed by
the pump is greater than
the nominal rating;
the pump may be noisy.

O1.1

Reset the thermal protection


device.
Free the grille.

Reset the thermal protection


device.
Replace the pump.

Check the state of the pump.

See problem;
main alarm relay tripped;
the refrigerant compressor
and pump stop;
the LED ALARM lights up.

O2.1
See problem;
main alarm relay tripped;
the refrigerant compressor
and pump stop;
the LED ALARM lights up.

Check the external water


circuit.

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E L E C T R O N IC C O N TR O L I NS T RU C TI O N M AN U A L

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INDEX
INDEX .................................................................................................................................................. 1
Chapter 1

TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS ......................................................................................................... 3


1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.10

Structure of units.............................................................................................. 3
Components of pCO network .......................................................................... 3
pCO inlet and outlet connections..................................................................... 3
Layout of module network............................................................................... 4
Terminal unit.................................................................................................... 4
Hardware addressing of the local/remote terminal .......................................... 5
How to set the software address between the terminal and the board ............. 5
How to address the electronic thermostatic valves .......................................... 7
How to wire the terminal ................................................................................. 7
How to wire the remote terminal (optional) .................................................... 8
Chapter 2

PRESSURE AND TEMPERATURE TRANSDUCERS ................................................................................. 9


2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4

Pressure transducers......................................................................................... 9
Temperature probes ....................................................................................... 10
Function of transducers and of probes ........................................................... 10
Location of transducers.................................................................................. 10
Chapter 3

UTILISATION OF THE TERMINAL ..................................................................................................... 11


3.1

Display of pCO terminal................................................................................ 11

3.2

Terminal buttons ............................................................................................ 13

3.1.1
3.2.1

Displaying/signalling masks ........................................................................... 12


Function of combined buttons ........................................................................ 13
Chapter 4

UNIT STARTING AND STOPPING ....................................................................................................... 15


4.1
4.2
4.3

Unit start-up ................................................................................................... 15


Automatic restart............................................................................................ 15
Unit switching off .......................................................................................... 16
Chapter 5

ACCESS TO THE PROGRAMMING ..................................................................................................... 17


5.1
5.2
5.3

How to modify a parameter in Free Menu ................................................. 17


How to modify a parameter of Password Menu......................................... 18
How to modify the language.......................................................................... 19
Chapter 6

MAIN SETTINGS ................................................................................................................................ 21


6.1
6.2

How to modify the setpoint value.................................................................. 21


How to modify the differential value............................................................. 22
Chapter 7

FREE-COOLING SYSTEM MANAGEMENT ......................................................................................... 23


Chapter 8

SINGLE OR DOUBLE PUMP OPERATION MANAGEMENT .................................................................. 25


8.1
8.2

Operating hours and number of startings of the pump .................................. 25


Pump management and operation.................................................................. 25
8.2.1

Manual rotation .............................................................................................. 26


Chapter 9

SUPERVISION SYSTEM ...................................................................................................................... 27


9.1
9.2

Carel............................................................................................................... 27
Modbus .......................................................................................................... 27
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9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6

Gsm.................................................................................................................27
Direct Modem (Rs232)...................................................................................28
LonWorks .......................................................................................................28
Variables managed by the electronic control .................................................29
9.6.1
9.6.2
9.6.3

Digital variables .............................................................................................29


Analogue variables ...................................................................... 33
Entire variables ..............................................................................................35
Chapter 10

MASKS NO PASSWORD REQUIRED .................................................................................................... 41


10.1
10.2

Menu...............................................................................................................41
Free Menu.......................................................................................................42
Chapter 11

MASKS REQUIRING A PASSWORD..................................................................................................... 47


11.1

Menu with password.......................................................................................47


Chapter 12

ALARM MANAGEMENT ..................................................................................................................... 55


12.1

Alarm signals..................................................................................................55

12.2
12.3

Alarm resetting ...............................................................................................55


Alarms masks .................................................................................................55

12.1.1 Alarm displaying .............................................................................................55

Chapter 13

HISTORY ............................................................................................................................................ 59
Chapter 14

SETTING TABLES .............................................................................................................................. 61


Chapter 15

PARAMETERS WITH SETTINGS RELATED TO THE TYPE OF UNIT ................................................... 63


15.1

Settings related to the alphanumeric string-code............................................63

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CHAPTER 1

TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
1.1

Structure of units
All units have one circuit and are equipped with two SCROLL compressors.
These units are furnished with a pCO net.

1.2

Components of pCO network

pCO network practically constitutes the unit


electronic control and is similar to a little hardware

net (pLAN) formed of:


1. Terminal unit
2. Main control board
3. Telephone cable for connecting the
terminal and the board
The Fig.1 shows the connections of the pLAN

(Local Area Network) which forms the classic


hardware architecture of a pCO network with the
local/remote terminal (1).
Fig.1

1.3

COMPONENTS OF A PCO MODULE

pCO inlet and outlet connections


The Fig.2 shows the planimetry of the pCO board.
Here are marked the connectors of all available inlets and outlets (J1J18).
Some inlets are used to receive signals of analogue type, others to receive signals of digital type.
The outlets are used to send signals of digital type.
Particulars of the board:
1. Power supply connector 24 Vac
2. Telephone connector to terminal or to
download/upgrade the software using the
Smart-Key.
3. RS485/Modem optoisolated board for serial
line

connection

to

supervisory/

telemaintenance systems (optional)


4. Collector for the connection of pCO boards
to pLAN network
5. Outlet relay
6. Digital inlets;
Analogue inlets;
Analogue outlets.

Fig.2

BOARD OF PCO

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ATTENTION
The planimetry which marks the utilisation of inlets and outlets of the board is shown in the wiring diagram
annexed to each unit.

Layout of module network

1.4

On each unit is installed a board which, together with the terminal, constitutes pCO network.
The unit can operate in an independently way (LOCAL operation) or can operate connected to other units
(until four units max., MODULAR operation).
ATTENTION
The ARIES freecooling units can by utilized in the MODULAR operation.
In the event of modular operation, pCO hardware allows to manage a network of two until four modules.
Modular operation is used if you want to co-ordinate the operation of more machines.
The connected modules constitute the module network. It is important to define the module 1, that is the main
module or Master module.
This is the module which co-ordinates the main functions of the unit group.
The other modules are defined secondary modules or Slave modules.
The definition of the modules is done software addressing the board.
The wiring diagram, annexed to the unit, explains the connection layout of the module network.

Terminal unit

1.5

Each unit is furnished with a terminal for controlling the


programming (see Fig.3).
The terminal unit, connected to the board of each module,
is necessary to program the unit and to display its working
parameters.
It enables you to perform the following operations:

The unit has

Fig.3

PGD TERMINAL

programming via password;


programming without password;
display of all inlets/outlets;
possibility to modify run-time the operating setpoint value;
display of all measured values;
display of any alarm condition;
display of alarm historic.
6 buttons. Furthermore, the terminal is equipped with:

1. a LCD display for the displaying and programming;


2. LED indicators associated to buttons.
Furthermore, if requested each unit can be supplied with a REMOTE terminal for remote controlling and
programming (see Fig.3).

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1.6

Hardware addressing of the local/remote


terminal
pGD remote terminal needs to be addressed to operate in pLAN network.
The address modification is possible only after switching off the terminal by the telephone connector, see
chapter 1.2 Components of pCO network .
How to address pGD remote terminal:
1. at the same time press g, f, h buttons for 5 seconds,
2. the mask on the side will appear, the cursor will start to flash on
the top left corner

Display address
setting.............................:nn
I/O Board address:xx

3. To modify the remote terminal address, press h button; the


cursor will move on address field ( nn )
4. Press g

and f buttons to modify the address and h button

to store the new value.


5. If the setting is different from the one stored before, the mask on
the side will appear and the new value will be stored in the

Display address
changed

permanent memory of the display.

ATTENTION
If the event of MODULAR operation, fix the board address of each module as indicated below.

1.7

How to set the software address between


the terminal and the board
ATTENTION
Before carrying out the following operations be sure that all the wiring of the board and of the terminal have
been correctly carried out (see paragraphs 1.2 Components of pCO network and 1.3 pCO inlet and
outlet connections ).
Be sure that all the indication about the hardware addressing have been followed (see paragraphs 1.6
Hardware addressing of the local/remote terminal ).
1. If the unit is off, switch it on operating on the breaker on the electrical panel, then wait for one
minute at least to allow to pCO net to stabilize;
2. Assure that the unit is in STAND-BY;
A mask similar to the following one will appear;
The indication Unit Off must appear in the last row of the display:
12/11/02
03:00
Temp.IN :
000.0C
Temp.OUT: 000.0C
Unit Off

3. At the same time keep pressed the buttons: g, f and h;


4. After a few seconds the following mask will appear;
Terminal
I/O board

Adr: 3
Adr: 1

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(used for local terminal address)


(used for remote terminal address)
Release the three buttons:

means that the terminal, connected to the boards which are in use, has the

address Nr. 3 (see paragraph 1.6 Hardware addressing of the local/remote terminal );

means that the board which will be used for software address is the one with

address nr. 1.
If the message

appears, press g or f button to set it as 1.

5. Press h button, the following mask will appear:


Terminal config
Press ENTER
to continue

6. Press h button again; the following mask will appear:


P:01 Adr Priv/Shared
Trm1
3
Pr
Trm2 None
__
Trm3 None
__Ok/No

The indication P:01 on the top left corner of the mask corresponds to the address of the board
which is used to set the software address already selected in point 4. with the parameter I/O
board Adr:1 .

7. If the mask is not the same of the one shown above, set the address of LOCAL terminal (

) to

by means of g button (see also paragraph 1.6 Hardware addressing of the local/remote
terminal );
8. Confirm the modification of the parameter by means of h button;
9. By means of g button, set the operating modality of LOCAL terminal to
modality of REMOTE terminal to

(in units with one module) or to

and the operating


(in units with more

than one module);


10. Confirm the modification of the parameter by pressing h button; the following mask will appear:
12/11/02
03:00
Temp.IN :
000.0C
Temp.OUT: 000.0C
Unit Off

ATTENTION
If the display doesnt show anything, repeat all the procedure keeping attention to switch off the unit and
wait any second before switching it on again.

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1.8

How to address the electronic


thermostatic valves
The electronic thermostatic valves, positioned inside the refrigerant circuit, must be addressed by means of
their dip-switches of the Driver positioned in the electrical panel (see Fig.4) in order to operate correctly

Fig.4

EVD DRIVER

The addressing is carried out with not powered boards, opportunely moving the dip-switches by means of a
pointed object (see Fig.5).

Fig.5

1.9

ADDRESS 14

How to wire the terminal


It is possible to install a terminal following the instruction indicated below in the manual and in the electrical
diagram annexed to the unit:

50m

3
1
Fig.6

WIRING OF THE LOCAL TERMINAL IN ONE PCO MODULE UNTIL 50M

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How to wire the remote terminal


(optional)

1.10

LOCAL Adr: 3

4
REMOTE Adr: 13
Fig.7

WIRING OF THE REMOTE TERMINAL IN ONE PCO MODULE UNTIL 200M

1. Terminal unit (address Nr.3);


2. Telephone connector for connecting the connecting board to the

PCO

board;

3. Telephone connector for connecting the terminals to the board;


4. REMOTE terminal unit (address Nr.13 - see paragraph 1.6 Hardware addressing of the local/
remote terminal );
5. Connecting board for the connection to the REMOTE terminal;
6. Screened cable for the wiring of the connecting boards (see Fig.8).

Fig.8

PARTICULAR OF THE SCREENED CABLE

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Chapter 2 - Pressure and temperature transducers

CHAPTER 2

PRESSURE AND TEMPERATURE TRANSDUCERS


2.1

Pressure transducers
They are pressure transmitters which are directly powered by pCO (5 Vdc); they have the following
specifications:

working range:
for high pressure transducers 034 barg (relative pressure measurement);
polarised wiring;
output signal (0.54.5V) or (420mA);
linear function in output signal.
Tension/Current

4,5 V / 20 mA

0,5 V / 4 mA

max

Fig.9

Pressure Range

OPERATING LOGIC OF TRANSDUCERS

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Temperature probes

2.2

They are NTC resistive probes (Negative Temperature Coefficient) that permit nonpolarised wiring.
According to the temperature, their electrical resistance changes as described in Table 1:
Temperature

Resistance values

0 C / +32F

27.28 k

+20 C / +68F

12.00 k

+25 C / +77F

10.00 k

+30 C / +86F

8.31 k

Table 1

CHARACTERISTICS OF TEMPERATURE TRANSDUCERS

Function of transducers and of probes

2.3

Pressure transducers (P) and temperature probes (T) are connected to the appropriate inlets of pCO board.
Each transducer has its own function and is identified by a B associated to a number.
The table below shows the types of transducers and probes and their use.

pCO analogue input


Connector
Name

Probe-Transducer
Name

Description

Function

B1

(-BHP1)

High press. transm. circuit 1

B2

B3

(-BFCIT)

Free Cooling water inlet temperature

B4

(-BEWIT)

Evaporator water inlet temperature

B5

(-BEWOT)

Evaporator water outlet temperature

B6

(-BLP1)

Low pressure transducer 1

B7

B8

(-BAT1)

Ambient temperature 1

B9

(-BAT2)

Ambient temperature 2

B10

(-BTOWT)

Tank water outlet temperature

ATTENTION
The number of transducers or probes connected to the board depends on the type of unit and is fixed during
design phase.

Location of transducers

2.4

To identify the temperature and pressure transducers and verify their location, please consult the refrigerant
drawing annexed to the manual.
The presence of absence of any transducer depends on the unit type.

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CHAPTER 3

UTILISATION OF THE TERMINAL


3.1

Display of pCO terminal


The display of pCO terminal is used to show the information about the unit status and to change the values of
programmable parameters.
The top left corner on the display represents the HOME position of cursor.
At the first start up of the electronic control it is displayed the MAIN mask (see Ref. A1).
However, if during the programming of pCO it is necessary to return to the main mask, it is sufficient to press
once or more times k button.
NOTE
If no operation is carried out within 5 minutes the unit will automatically return to the MAIN mask.
The contents of the display are depicted in Fig.10:
Pre-fixed date and hour (if clock board is present)

ON, it indicates the

HOME Position

FREE COOLING
operation
Temperature
measured by inlet
and outlet probe.

Indicator for unit status

Temperature measured
by outlet probe.

Fig.10 MAIN MASK


The display shows many types of masks, distinguished as follows:
R - Read-only masks:
used to show the unit status (temperatures, pressures, alarms, etc.).
W - Read-write masks:
used to show the values set by programmable parameters and/or to allow their modification.
In read only masks (R) it is only possible to display the parameter values, while in read-write masks (W) it is
also possible to modify them (For further information see manual ahead).
The last row of the MAIN mask informs the user about the status of the unit using one of the messages shown
in Table 2:
MESSAGE

UNIT
STATUS

ACTION
OBTAINED WITH

ON

Terminal Unit
ON/OFF button

The action is not possible if the unit was OFF by


digital input ID1 or if the unit was OFF by
supervisor.

ON

Digital input ID1


powered

The action is not possible if the unit was OFF by


terminal.

ON

By supervisor /
By digital input

The action is not possible if the unit was OFF by


terminal.

OFF

Terminal Unit
ON/OFF button

The action is always possible: this action has


priority over any other.

Table 2

CONDITION

MESSAGES ABOUT THE UNIT STATUS

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MESSAGE

UNIT
STATUS

ACTION
OBTAINED WITH

OFF

Digital input ID1


not powered

The action is possible only if the unit was ON by


terminal.
If ID1 is activated with unit already OFF, the
message will change but LED will remain OFF.

OFF

By Supervisor

The action is possible only if the unit was ON by


terminal.

OFF

By daily bands

The action is possible only if the daily and weekly


bands have been enabled.

OFF

Alarm condition

The message appears only when it trips an alarm


which stops the unit.

OFF

By manual
procedure

The message appears only when the manual


procedure has been enabled.

Table 2

3.1.1

CONDITION

MESSAGES ABOUT THE UNIT STATUS

Di sp l a yi n g / s ig n al l in g m a sk s

In the electronic control are available other displaying and signalling masks. These masks are displayed after
a period of transition during which no button of pGD is pressed.

This mask appears if no button of pGD is pressed for 10


minutes.
In the top left part of the display is shows the temperature
regulation value and the unit ON status; the bottom left part
shows the temperature regulation setpoint and the current time.
This mask is similar to the previous one, it shows the unit OFF
status.

This mask is similar to the previous one, it is displayed only


when an alarm trips (the bell flashes).
To display the appropriate alarm press j button (see Chapter
12 Alarm management)

When no button of pGD is pressed for 20 minutes it appears the


screen saver mask.

Signalling mask: it indicates that unloading procedure is


enabled (see Chapter 9 Compressors Unloading procedure).

NOTE
To return to display the main mask press a button of pGD terminal.

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Chapter 3 - Utilisation of the terminal

3.2

Terminal buttons
The functions of pGD terminal buttons are explained here below:
k Utilized to return from the various menus to the main displaying mask.
l If pressed once it allows to enter DIRECT loop.
If pressed for more than 5" it allows to enter the configuration modality
j

(password needed).
If pressed once it is utilized to check if in the pCO there is any alarm on.
After removing the alarm cause, a second pressure of this button resets the
signalling.

Used to scroll the various masks of a loop when the cursor is in HOME

position.

or

Used to increase or decrease the value of a numeric field (configuration).

Used to scroll the various sub-sections of a mask.


It allows to scroll the list of sub-sections of a loop.
If pressed during unit normal operation or when unit is in stand-by, it
shows the programme version, the status of compressors, the type of board
and the BIOS and BOOT versions.
Used to move the cursor on the various adjustable fields of a mask.
It allows the access to the selected programming sub-section.

Sometimes it is used to confirm the operation.

3.2.1

F u n c t i o n o f com b i n e d b u t t o n s

pGD

Description

g+h

When the unit is on, if pressed together they switch on and off the unit.

k+f

When the unit is on, if pressed together they are used to change the module.

l+j+g
l+j+f
g+f+h

When the unit is on, keeping pressed l + j buttons, press many times g button to
increase the contrast.
When the unit is on, keeping pressed l + j buttons, press many times f button to
decrease the contrast.
When the unit is on, if pressed together they are used to address the pGD/network.
Table 3

BUTTONS OF PGD TERMINAL


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Chapter 4 - Unit starting and stopping

CHAPTER 4

UNIT STARTING AND STOPPING


4.1

Unit start-up
When the installation and electrical connections have been made, operate on the unit general switch-breaker
(on the electrical panel) putting it in ON position.
The terminal unit is correctly connected to the power supply line when the leds of f, g, h and k buttons
lights up and the following mask appears on the display:

After the network has stabilized, the main mask will be displayed (see Ref. A1 ).
In these conditions the unit is in STAND-BY.
NOTE
Every time the unit is switched on by means of the main switch-breaker, it is recommended to leave the unit in
STAND-BY for a few seconds to allow the pCO net to stabilize.
Press h+g buttons of pGD to switch on the unit and consequently start the setting procedure.
will appear on the display.

When the unit is switched on the message

If the unit doesnt start, follow the indications below:


if the remote control is enabled, assure that the digital input 1 of the board is closed (see Ref.
E9 );
assure that the unit has not been switched OFF by a Supervisor system (if installed);
assure that the board is correctly connected and addressed;
the unit must not be in manual operating mode (see Ref. K1);
there must be no alarm condition.
If the problem persists contact the nearest service centre.

4.2

Automatic restart
The electronic control allows to restart automatically the unit after a blackout or after a power failure.
To do this, it is necessary to enter the mask Ref. D3 in USER loop and enable the parameter
.
The automatic restart is possible only if, at power failure, the unit was already ON.
Used Masks:

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Unit switching off

4.3

To switch OFF the unit press h+g buttons of pGD terminal.


The unit will stop and the message

will appear on the display.

In these conditions the unit is in STAND-BY.


The antifreeze functions will remain enabled (if they are present).
If necessary, operate on the main breaker-switch of the unit (positioned on the electrical panel) turning it in
OFF position.
In these conditions the unit is OFF and not connected to the power supply line.

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Chapter 5 - Access to the programming

CHAPTER 5

ACCESS TO THE PROGRAMMING


The electronic control is furnished with two main menus:
1. FREE menu (PASSWORD NOT needed) see 5.1 How to modify a parameter in Free Menu
It can be accessed by pressing and releasing l button.
2. PASSWORD menu (PASSWORD needed) see 5.2 How to modify a parameter of Password
Menu
It can be accessed by pressing and releasing for 5 sec. l button.
According to the password inserted, PASSWORD menu is divided in USER, SERVICE and
MANUFACTURER.

5.1

How to modify a parameter in Free


Menu
1. Press and release l button on the terminal (see paragraph 3.2 Terminal buttons ) to access the
loop mask (free menu) ( Ref. B1 ).
2. It is possible to scroll the various loops (see

Ref. B1

Ref. B1 ) using g or f button on the


terminal.

3. After selecting the desired loop (e.g. User


loop), to access the mask of this loop
(HOME position) press h button.

Ref. B1

It will be possible to scroll the masks using


g or f button.

ATTENTION
The selection of the loop or of the parameter happens when the indication becomes negative.
4. After the individuation of the parameter to be modified, press h button to move the cursor on the
first parameter of the displayed mask.
If in the mask there is more than one parameter, each time h button is pressed the cursor will move
to the next field of the same mask.
5. Modify the value using g or f buttons.
6. Press h button again to confirm the modifying.
If in the mask there is more than one parameter the cursor will move to the following one and,
when the last one is reached, the cursor will return to HOME position.
7. To move to another mask of the loop press g or f button when the cursor is in HOME position.
To access a new loop it is first necessary to return to the loop mask pressing once k button (Ref.
B1).

8. To return to MAIN mask ( Ref. A2) press twice k button on the terminal.

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How to modify a parameter of Password


Menu

5.2

1. Enable the password menu pressing for 5 sec. l button on the terminal (see paragraph 3.2
Terminal buttons );
2. The password is requested;
3. Insert the password using g or f button on
the terminal;

Ref. F1



 



4. Press h button again to confirm the password.


5. If the password is wrong, the message

Ref. F2

>>WRONG PASSWORD<< will appear,


it will be necessary to insert it again.
If the password is right, the various scrolling
loops will be accessed (Ref. F2 );
It is possible to scroll the loops using g or
f button on the terminal.
The loops will be displayed in groups of
three.

6. After having selected the desired loop (e.g.

Ref. F2

Modularity), to access the mask of this


loop (HOME position) press h button.
To scroll the masks use g or f button.

ATTENTION
The selection of the loop happens when the indication becomes negative.
The access to the loops depends on the password.
7. After the individuation of the parameter to be modified, press h button to move the cursor on the
first parameter of the displayed mask.
If in the mask there is more than one parameter, each time h button is pressed the cursor will move
to the next field of the same mask.
8. Modify the value using g or f button.
9. Press h button again to confirm the modification.
If in the mask there is more than one parameter the cursor will move to the following one and,
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10. To move to another mask of the loop press g or f button when the cursor is in HOME position.
To access a new loop it is first necessary to return to the loop mask pressing once k button (Ref.
E2 ).

11. To return to MAIN mask ( Ref. A2) press twice k button on the terminal.
ATTENTION
All the parameter masks are listed in Chapter 10 or Chapter 11, grouped by LOOP they belong to.
They are joined to an alpha-numeric reference, this same number will be used in the rest of this manual to
easily individuate the corresponding mask.

5.3

How to modify the language


The pCO allows to choose the language of the masks.
The available languages are: Italian, English, German, French and Spanish.
Ref. B1

1. To access User loop follow the same procedure


described in chapter 5.1 How to modify a
parameter in Free Menu .

2. Reach the mask of languages (Ref. D5) using


g or f button;

Ref. D5


  

 


3. Press h: the cursor starts flashing under the


indication of the current language;


Ref. D5


  

 


4. Select the desired language using g or f


Ref. D5

button;
5. Press h to confirm the selected language;
The display automatically displays the main
mask translated on the language selected and,
consequently, also all the other masks.

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Chapter 6 - Main settings

CHAPTER 6

MAIN SETTINGS
ATTENTION
Each unit is delivered ready to work, therefore all the control parameters have been already set during the
testing operation and it isnt necessary to modify them.
On particular cases it is possible to modify the set point and differential values by following the instruction
indicated below:

6.1

How to modify the setpoint value


1. If the unit is off, switch it on by means of the main
breaker of the electrical panel and wait at least one minute
to allow pCO net to stabilize;

2. The main mask must be displayed (Ref. A1 ), it will be


similar to the one shown on the side;

3. Press l button on the terminal:

Ref. A1


 
 

 

 


Ref. B1

Free menu will be displayed ( Ref. B1);


4. Select Setpoint loop and press h button on the terminal.

5. The first mask of Setpoint loop will be displayed, scroll


the mask using g or f button until reaching the mask
shown on the side ( Ref. C2 );

6. Press h button on the terminal:


the cursor will move on

Ref. C2







 
  


Ref. C2

field.

NOTE
The second setpoint is displayed only if enabled.







 
  



7. Use g or f buttons to change the value;


8. Press h to store the new value;
9. Press twice k button on the terminal to return to the Main mask.

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How to modify the differential value

6.2

1. If the unit is off, switch it on by means of the main


breaker of the electrical panel and wait at least one minute
to allow pCO net to stabilize;

2. The main mask must be displayed (Ref. A1 ), it will be


similar to the one shown on the side;

3. Press l button on the terminal:

Ref. A1


 
 

 

 


Ref. B1

Free menu will be displayed ( Ref. B1);


4. Select User loop and press h button on the terminal.

5. The first mask of User loop will be displayed, scroll the


mask using g or f button until reaching the mask shown
on the side (Ref. D1);
6. Press h button on the terminal:
the cursor will move on

Ref. D1



 


 






Ref. D1

field .



 


 







7. Use g or f buttons to change the value;


8. Press h to store the new value;
9. Press twice k button on the terminal to return to the Main mask.
ATTENTION
Modify the SETPOINT or the DIFFERENTIAL only if necessary, making sure that they are neither too low
nor too high.

DANGER
A Summer Setpoint which is too low may cause ice formation so that antifreeze must be added.
Generally the differential values must not be too low.
If the differential value must be modified, consider also the delays for compressor starts and stops.

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Chapter 7 - Free-Cooling system management

CHAPTER 7

FREE-COOLING SYSTEM MANAGEMENT


The pCO control manages the Free-Cooling system.
It activates or deactivates the Free-Cooling system according to the medium ambient temperature Tamb,
which is checked by the BAT1 and BAT2 probes and the unit inlet water temperature Tin FC, which is
checked by the BFCIT probe.
With the Free-Cooling it is possible to pre-cool the water by fins coils.
If the ambient conditions are not available to active the Free-Cooling system, the chiller will work normally.
Here below you can see the hydraulic circuit of the unit:

EVAPORATOR

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Chapter 8 - Single or double pump operation management

CHAPTER 8

SINGLE OR DOUBLE PUMP OPERATION


MANAGEMENT
8.1

Operating hours and number of startings


of the pump
pCO stores the operating hours and the number of startings of each pump (see Ref. J2 , Ref. J3).
Furthermore, in the appropriate mask it is possible to set a operating threshold (see Ref. J6 ).
When the operating hour threshold is exceeded, an alarm message will be displayed to indicate that prompt
maintenance is needed (see Ref. AM27, Ref. AM28).
The alarm message doesnt block the unit.
ATTENTION
After the maintenance, the operator must reset the timer and the contactors by means of the appropriate
masks of WORKED HOURS loop (see Ref. J8 , Ref. J9 ).
The reset procedure (consult the appropriate masks of paragraph Masks requiring a password ) is
necessary to avoid that the pCO terminal continues to signal the maintenance alarm.
After resetting the timer and the contactors, reset the alarm as indicated in paragraph 12.2 Alarm
resetting .
Used masks:

Ref. J2

Ref. J6

8.2


 


  







Ref. J3






  











 





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Pump management and operation


pCO allows to manage either one single pump or two pumps.
In the event of double pumpit is managed one pump at a time while the other one remains in stand-by. And in
the event of anomaly on the operating pump, there is the instantaneous automatic commutation to the other
pump. Furthermore, always in the event of double pump, it can be automatically managed by pCOor
manually by parameter

(see Ref. M5 ).

The pump outlet is enabled when all the following conditions are respected:
The unit is in ON status;
No alarm of the followings is present:
Pump overload
Water differential pressure switch alarm
Phase sequence alarm
Level indicator alarm
Clock board damaged or disconnected
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When the unit is put in STAND-BY by pressing g + h buttons, the operating pump will be disabled at the
end of the time set by the parameter

The graphic of Fig.11 explains the pump

operating logic, already described:


Unit operation
ON

OFF
ON

Pump operation
Pump
stopping
delay

OFF

Fig.11 PUMP OPERATION LOGIC


In the event of alarm tripping which stops the pump, the pump stops instantaneously, independently from the
parameter

8.2.1

Ma n u al r o t a t i o n

When the pump automatic rotation is disabled, pCO allows to manually manage the pump by enabling the
(see Ref. M5 ).

single pump using the mask


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Chapter 9 - Supervision system

CHAPTER 9

SUPERVISION SYSTEM
pCO can manage various supervision protocols.
They can be:

9.1

CAREL
MODBUS
GSM
DIRECT MODEM
LONWORKS

Carel
Setting CAREL protocol in mask Ref. U2 pCO can communicate with all CAREL protocols.

9.2

Modbus
Setting Modbus protocol in mask Ref. U2 pCO allows to use the supervision system.
Modbus protocol allows pCO to be managed by a remote supervisor only when a traditional telephone line is
available.
The communication between pCO and the Modbus protocol is carried out following the RS485 standard, for
this reason it is necessary to install an appropriate interface.

9.3

Gsm
pCO allows, by a GSM modem, to send SMS messages (to minimum 1 to maximum 3 numbers) for alarm
signalling even if a traditional telephone line is not available.
The control is furnished with a book with 3 telephone numbers for message sending. Furthermore, it is
possible to select, for each single number, the type of alarm to be sent:
all alarms
only manual reset alarms
only automatic reset alarms
At alarm sending, pCO will send an appropriate alarm message to the first available number and, if it will not
receive an answering message within a pre-set time, the control will send the same alarm message to the
second number and then to the third (if they are available).
The communication between pCO and the GSM modem is carried out following the RS232 standard, for this
reason it is necessary to install an appropriate interface.
Before using a GSM modem, it is important to assure that:

The SIM card of the modem has the PIN code disabled.
pCO, during the initialisation of the modem, checks if the PIN code has been disabled.
In the contrary case, it signals by a message that the PIN is enabled and that it must be disabled.
Generally, this control can be done by checking if the red LED of the device is not lit when the
modem is powered.
If this LED doesnt unlit it is necessary to disable the PIN.
The number of the service centre has been already inserted in the SIM card.
To receive or send SMS messages it is necessary to insert in the card the number of the Service
Centre of the telephone company you want to use.
To do this it is necessary to insert the SIM of the modem into a cellular-telephone and use the
functions of this telephone.
The memory for the SMS of the SIM card is free.
Before connecting the modem to the pCO, especially it the SIM card is used also for cellulartelephones, it is recommended to cancel all the received messages in order to free the SMS
memory.

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It is possible to set pCO for sending SMS alarm messages to any cellular-telephone.
protocol (see Ref. U1 and Ref. U2);

1. Enable the supervision by

2. Set the address of pCO network and the speed for data communication (see Ref. U2 );
3. Enable SMS sending (see Ref. U4), then set a number of cellular-telephone for sending SMS
messages and a password for protecting the memory data (see Ref. U3 ).
NOTE
It is possible to store until 3 telephone numbers max. It is necessary to insert these numbers slowly in order
to give pCO the time to store the numbers.
The sending of SMS can have the following results:

If the modem doesnt answer correctly to the sending request, the application program stores the
message, re-initialises the modem and tries the sending again after 18 seconds from the modem
initialisation.
If the modem accepts the sending request, the message is sent and cancelled from the memory.
If the service centre doesnt receive the message or there is an error, the application program
cancels the message but signals the error.
If, during the sending, there is an input by remote before having obtained the result of the
sending from the service centre, pCO manages the restarting of the sending process of the SMS
message at the end of the connection to the supervisor.

Direct Modem (Rs232)

9.4

Setting Direct Modem protocol in mask Ref. U2 pCO allows to use the supervision system.
Direct Modem protocol allows pCO to be managed by a remote supervisor only when a traditional telephone line is
available.
The communication between pCO and the Direct Modem protocol is carried out following the RS232
standard, for this reason it is necessary to install an appropriate interface.

LonWorks

9.5

Setting LonWorks protocol in mask Ref. U2 pCO allows to use the supervision system.
LonWorks protocol allows pCO to be managed by a remote supervisor by connecting it directly to a LonWorks
network.
The communication between pCO and the LonWorks protocol is carried out following the RS485 standard,
for this reason it is necessary to install an appropriate interface.
Used masks:


Ref. U1











Ref. U2



 
   


 
   


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Variables managed by the electronic


control

9.6

pCO communicates with supervision systems using a serial connection, used to receive or send variables
which manage the system operation.
In the following paragraphs are listed all the variables managed by pCO application program, with their
descriptions, the indication of the data flow at pCO outlet (Out), at pCO inlet or both at pCO inlet and outlet
(In/Out).

9.6.1

Di g i ta l v ar i a b le s

Variable
address

Variable name

Description

Flow

Variable type
for LonWorks
network

QAL_SONDA_BFC

Alarm temperature probe BFCIT damaged or


disconnected

Out

95

QAL_SONDA_AMB1

Alarm temperature probe BAT1 damaged or


disconnected

Out

95

QAL_SONDA_AMB2

Alarm temperature probe BAT2 damaged or


disconnected

Out

95

QAL_VENT_FC

Fans overload / Freecooling circuit regulator anomaly

Out

95

EN_FREECOOL

Freecooling enabling

Out

95

VENT_FC_GRADINI

Freecooling Ventilation type (0= Regulated - 1= A


Steps)

Out

95

EN_SONDA_BFC

BFCIT probe enabling

Out

95

EN_SONDA_AMB1

BAT1 probe enabling

Out

95

EN_SONDA_AMB2

Bat2 probe enabling

Out

95

10

TIPO_SONDE_HP2

Circuit 2 high pressure probe type (0= 4-20 mA - 1=


0-5 Vdc)

Out

95

11

TIPO_SONDE_LP2

Circuit 2 low pressure probe type (0= 4-20 mA - 1= 0- Out


5 Vdc)

95

12

--

Not utilized

Out

95

13

--

Not utilized

Out

95

14

--

Not utilized

Out

95

15

--

Not utilized

Out

95

16

--

Not utilized

Out

95

17

--

Not utilized

Out

95

18

--

Not utilized

Out

95

19

--

Not utilized

Out

95

20

--

Not utilized

Out

95

21

--

Not utilized

Out

95

22

--

Not utilized

Out

95

23

--

Not utilized

Out

95

24

--

Not utilized

Out

95

25

--

Not utilized

Out

95

26

--

Not utilized

Out

95

27

--

Not utilized

Out

95

28

--

Not utilized

Out

95

29

--

Not utilized

Out

95

30

--

Not utilized

Out

95

31

--

Not utilized

Out

95

32

--

Not utilized

Out

95

33

--

Not utilized

Out

95

34

--

Not utilized

Out

95

35

--

Not utilized

Out

95

36

--

Not utilized

Out

95

37

--

Not utilized

Out

95

38

--

Not utilized

Out

95

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DIGITAL VARIABLES
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Variable
address

Variable name

Description

Flow

Variable type
for LonWorks
network

39

QEPROMNOOK

Flash memory malfunction alarm

Out

95

40

QAL_CLOCK

Clock damaged alarm

Out

95

41

QAL_FLUS_ACQ

Water differential pressure switch alarm

Out

95

42

QAL_LIV_SERB

Tank level alarm

Out

95

43

QAL_POMPA1

Pump 1 overload alarm

Out

95

44

QAL_POMPA2

Pump 2 overload alarm

Out

95

45

QAL_TV_ALREG_1

Fan overload alarm/ Anomaly alarm of the speed


regulator group 1

Out

95

46

QAL_TV_ALREG_2

Fan overload alarm/ Anomaly alarm of the speed


regulator group 2

Out

95

47

QAL_HP_CIRC1

High pressure alarm circuit 1

Out

95

48

QAL_HP_CIRC2

High pressure alarm circuit 2

Out

95

49

QAL_LP_CIRC1

Low pressure alarm circuit 1

Out

95

50

QAL_LP_CIRC2

Low pressure alarm circuit 2

Out

95

51

QAL_P_HP_CIRC1

High pressure alarm circuit 1

Out

95

52

QAL_P_HP_CIRC2

High pressure alarm circuit 2

Out

95

53

QAL_PHP1_TC13

High pressure switch alarm / Overload of compressor


3 circuit 1

Out

95

54

QAL_PHP2_TC23

High pressure switch alarm / Overload of compressor


3 circuit 2

Out

95

55

QAL_TERM_C_1_1

Overload of compressor 1 circuit 1

Out

95

56

QAL_TERM_C_1_2

Overload of compressor 2 circuit 1

Out

95

57

QAL_TERM_C_2_1

Overload of compressor 1 circuit 2

Out

95

58

QAL_TERM_C_2_2

Overload of compressor 2 circuit 2

Out

95

59

QAL_PROT_INT_C1

Integral protection alarm of compressor 1

Out

95

60

QAL_PARTW_COMP1

Wrong partwinding alarm of compressor 1

Out

95

61

QAL_LIV_OLIO1

Oil level alarm of compressor 1

Out

95

62

QAL_OLIO_COMP1

Oil pressure switch alarm of compressor 1

Out

95

63

QAL_OLIO_COMP2

Oil pressure switch alarm of compressor 2

Out

95

64

QAL_PD_CIRC1

Wrong pump-down procedure alarm circuit 1

Out

95

65

QAL_PD_CIRC2

Wrong pump-down procedure alarm circuit 2

Out

95

66

QAL_ALIMENT

Three-phase supply anomaly alarm

Out

95

67

QAL_HT_IN_ACQ

High evaporator water inlet temperature alarm

Out

95

68

QAL_LT_IN_ACQ

Low evaporator water inlet temperature alarm

Out

95

69

QAL_HT_OUT_ACQ

High evaporator water outlet temperature alarm

Out

95

70

QAL_LT_OUT_ACQ

Low evaporator water outlet temperature alarm

Out

95

71

QAL_HT_SERB

High tank water outlet temperature alarm

Out

95

72

QAL_LT_SERB

Low tank water outlet temperature alarm

Out

95

73

QAL_SONDA_B5

Alarm pressure transducer -BHP1 damaged or


disconnected

Out

95

74

QAL_SONDA_B13

Alarm pressure transducer -BHP2 damaged or


disconnected

Out

95

75

QAL_SONDA_B7

Alarm pressure transducer -BLP1 damaged or


disconnected

Out

95

76

QAL_SONDA_B15

Alarm pressure transducer -BLP2 damaged or


disconnected

Out

95

77

QAL_SONDA_B1

Alarm temperature probe -BEWIT damaged or


disconnected

Out

95

78

QAL_SONDA_B2

Alarm temperature probe -BEWOT damaged or


disconnected

Out

95

79

QAL_SONDA_B23

Alarm temperature probe -BTOWT damaged or


disconnected

Out

95

80

QAL_SONDA_B3

Alarm temperature probe -BD1 damaged or


disconnected

Out

95

81

QAL_SONDA_B11

Alarm temperature probe -BD2 damaged or


disconnected

Out

95

82

QAL_SONDA_B9

Alarm temperature probe -BAT1 damaged or


disconnected

Out

95

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DIGITAL VARIABLES

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The data inside this manual are not binding and they can be modified by the manufacturer without notice. All rights reserved.

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Variable
address

Variable name

Description

Flow

Variable type
for LonWorks
network

83

QAL_ORE_UNITA

Unit maintenance alarm

Out

95

84

QAL_ORE_POMPA1

Pump 1 maintenance alarm

Out

95

85

QAL_ORE_POMPA2

Pump 2 maintenance alarm

Out

95

86

QAL_ORE_C_1_1

Compressor 1 of circuit 1 maintenance alarm

Out

95

87

QAL_ORE_C_1_2

Compressor 2 of circuit 1 maintenance alarm

Out

95

88

QAL_ORE_C_1_3

Compressor 3 of circuit 1 maintenance alarm

Out

95

89

QAL_ORE_C_2_1

Compressor 1 of circuit 2 maintenance alarm

Out

95

90

QAL_ORE_C_2_2

Compressor 2 of circuit 2 maintenance alarm

Out

95

91

QAL_ORE_C_2_3

Compressor 3 of circuit 2 maintenance alarm

Out

95

92

QAL_N_SBRIN_1

Alarm max. number of defrostings per hour circuit 1

Out

95

93

QAL_N_SBRIN_2

Alarm max. number of defrostings per hour circuit 2

Out

95

94

QAL_NO_MODUL1

Alarm Master module disconnected

Out

95

95

QAL_NO_MODUL2

Alarm module 2 disconnected

Out

95

96

QAL_NO_MODUL3

Alarm module 3 disconnected

Out

95
95

97

QAL_NO_MODUL4

Alarm module 4 disconnected

Out

98

QAL_PROBE_D1

Alarm driver 1 probe error

Out

95

99

QAL_EEPROM_D1

Alarm driver 1 eeprom error

Out

95

100

QAL_STEP_MOT_D1

Alarm driver 1 motor step error

Out

95

101

QAL_BATTERY_D1

Alarm driver 1 coil error

Out

95

102

QAL_MOP_DEL_D1

Alarm driver 1 high pressure

Out

95

103

QAL_LOP_DEL_D1

Alarm driver 1 low pressure

Out

95

104

QAL_LOW_SH_D1

Alarm driver 1 low superheat

Out

95

105

QAL_VLV_NCL_D1

Alarm driver 1 valve not closed (at unit switching off)

Out

95

106

QAL_HIGH_SH_D1

Alarm driver 1 timeout max. suction in MOP

Out

95

107

QAL_PROBE_D2

Alarm driver 2 probe error

Out

95

108

QAL_EEPROM_D2

Alarm driver 2 eeprom error

Out

95

109

QAL_STEP_MOT_D2

Alarm driver 2 motor step error

Out

95

110

QAL_BATTERY_D2

Alarm driver 2 coil error

Out

95

111

QAL_MOP_DEL_D2

Alarm driver 2 high pressure

Out

95

112

QAL_LOP_DEL_D2

Alarm driver 2 low pressure

Out

95

113

QAL_LOW_SH_D2

Alarm driver 2 low superheat

Out

95

114

QAL_VLV_NCL_D2

Alarm driver 2 valve not closed (at unit switching off)

Out

95

115

QAL_HIGH_SH_D2

Alarm driver 2 timeout max. suction in MOP

Out

95

116

QAL_DRIVER1

Alarm driver 1 disconnected

Out

95
95

117

QAL_DRIVER2

Alarm driver 2 disconnected

Out

118

EN_ON_OFF_EXT

Remote on/off inlet enable

In/Out

95

119

EN_EST_INV_REM

Summer/Winter inlet enable

In/Out

95

120

AUTOSTART

Automatic restart after blackout

In/Out

95

121

FORZ_FUNZ_LOC

Module forced to local operation

In/Out

95

122

VENTIL_DUE_FILE

Ventilation type (0=Single-Row - 1=Double-Row)

Out

95

123

ABIL_LOW_NOISE

Low Noise function enable

In/Out

95

124

ABIL_RECUPERO

Heat recovery enable

Out

95

125

EN_FORZ_V_SBR

Fans forcing in dripping

In/Out

95

126

EN_ALARM_SERB

Tank level alarm enable

Out

95

127

ABIL_AL_ALIMENT

Supply alarm enable

In/Out

95

128

RIPR_AL_ALIMENT

Supply alarm restoring (0=Manual - 1=Auto)

In/Out

95
95

129

EN_FASCIA_S

Unit on/off weekly band enable

In/Out

130

EN_FASCIA_G

Unit on/off daily band enable

In/Out

95

131

TIPO_UNITA

Unit type (0=CH - 1=CH+HP)

Out

95

132

TIPO_CONDENS

Condensation type (0=Air -1=Water)

Out

95

133

LOGIC_PARZ

Capacity control operating logic (0=Normal Close 1=Normal Open)

Out

95

134

TIPO_COMP

Compressor type (0=BITZER - 1=COMER-FU SHENG)

Out

95

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DIGITAL VARIABLES
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The data inside this manual are not binding and they can be modified by the manufacturer without notice. All rights reserved.

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Variable
address

Variable name

Description

Flow

Variable type
for LonWorks
network

135

ABIL_SERBATOIO

Tank presence enable

Out

95

136

ABIL_RES_SERB

Tank resistance presence enable

Out

95

137

UNIT_CELS_FAR

Temperature unit of measurement (0=C - 1=F)

In/Out

95

138

UNIT_BAR_PSI

Pressure unit of measurement (0=Bar - 1=PSI)

In/Out

95

139

EN_SONDA_B1

Water inlet temperature probe -BEWIT enable

In/Out

95

140

EN_SONDA_B2

Water outlet temperature probe -BEWOT enable

In/Out

95

141

EN_SONDA_B3

Coil 1 temperature probe -BD1 enable

In/Out

95

142

EN_SONDA_B11

Coil 2 temperature probe -BD2 enable

In/Out

95

143

EN_SONDA_B5

High pressure probe -BHP1 of circuit 1 enable

In/Out

95

144

EN_SONDA_B13

High pressure probe -BHP2 of circuit 2 enable

In/Out

95

145

TIPO_SONDE_HP

High pressure probe type (0=4-20 mA - 1=0-5 Vdc)

Out

95

146

EN_SONDA_B7

Low pressure probe -BLP1 of circuit 1 enable

In/Out

95

147

EN_SONDA_B15

Low pressure probe -BLP2 of circuit 2 enable

In/Out

95

148

TIPO_SONDE_LP

Low pressure probe type (0=4-20 mA - 1=0-5 Vdc)

Out

95

149

EN_SONDA_B9

Ambient temperature probe -BAT1 enable

In/Out

95

150

EN_SONDA_B23

Tank temperature probe -BTOWT enable

In/Out

95

151

ABIL_PUMPDOWN1

Pumpdown circuit 1 enable

In/Out

95

152

ABIL_PUMPDOWN2

Pumpdown circuit 2 enable

In/Out

95

153

ABIL_RES_ANTIG

Antifreeze resistance enable

Out

95

154

CLOCK_PRESENTE

Clock present

Out

95

155

DISABIL_CIRC1

Exclusion operation of circuit 1

In/Out

95

156

DISABIL_CIRC2

Exclusion operation of circuit 2

In/Out

95

157

ABIL_DUE_POMPE

Double pump enable

Out

95

158

ABIL_ROT_POMPE

Pump automatic rotation

In/Out

95

159

SI_ON_POMPA1

Pump 1 starting enable

In/Out

95

160

ABIL_POMP_ANTIG

Pump enable as antifreeze

In/Out

95

161

EN_DRIVER_VLV

Electronic thermostatic valve driver enable

Out

95

162

EN_ON_OFF_SUP

On/Off by supervisor enable

In/Out

95

163

ON_OFF_SUP

On/Off by supervisore

In/Out

95

164

ABIL_MODULI

Modular operation enable

Out

95

165

MOD_MASTER_ON

The unit is Master module

Out

95

166

MOD_SLAVE_ON

The unit is Slave module

Out

95

167

NO_MODULARE

Unit in local operation

Out

95

168

ABIL_COMP_1_1

Compressor 1 circuit 1 present

Out

95

169

ABIL_COMP_1_2

Compressor 2 circuit 1 present

Out

95

170

ABIL_COMP_1_3

Compressor 3 circuit 1 present

Out

95

171

ABIL_COMP_2_1

Compressor 1 circuit 2 present

Out

95

172

ABIL_COMP_2_2

Compressor 2 circuit 2 present

Out

95

173

ABIL_COMP_2_3

Compressor 3 circuit 2 present

Out

95

174

ABIL_CIRCUITO2

Circuit 2 present

Out

95

175

ABIL_PARZ_G

Semi-hermetic compressor capacity control enable

Out

95

176

ABIL_PARZ_C

Screw compressor capacity control enable

Out

95

177

ABIL_PIU_COMP

Unit with a number of compressors higher than 1

Out

95

178

OK_MACCH2_MONOV

Double-circuit unit

Out

95

179

MACCHINA_P57

Unit

Out

95

180

ESTIN_ONOFF_LOC

Summer/Winter and local On/Off enable

Out

95

181

INVERNO

Unit in heat pump operation

Out

95

182

EN_SONDE_HP

Presence of a high pressure probe

Out

95

183

EN_SONDE_LP

Presence of a low pressure probe

Out

95

184

EN_SONDE_BAT

Presence of a coil temperature probe

Out

95

185

GLB_ALARMS

Presence of at least one alarm

Out

95

186

SETPOINT_FISSO

Fixed setpoint enable

Out

95

187

ABIL_SET_COMP

Compensated setpoint enable

Out

95

Table 4

DIGITAL VARIABLES

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The data inside this manual are not binding and they can be modified by the manufacturer without notice. All rights reserved.

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Variable
address

Variable name

Description

Flow

Variable type
for LonWorks
network

188

ABIL_DOPPIO_SET

Double setpoint enable

Out

95

189

ABIL_SET_FASCE

Setpoint by bands enable

Out

95

190

ABIL_SET_EXT

External setpoint enable

Out

95

191

SBRIN_CONTEMP

Contemporaneous defrost enable

Out

95

192

SBRIN_SEPARATO

Separated defrost enable

Out

95

193

SBRIN_INDIPEND

Independent defrost enable

Out

95

194

ABIL_SBR_DT

Defrost for dt enable

Out

95

195

ABIL_SBR_TEMP

Defrost in temperature enable

Out

95

196

FINE_SBR_TEMP

End of defrost in temperature enable

Out

95

197

AB_SBR_SINGOLO

Single defrost enable

Out

95

198

AB_BI_SBR

Defrost on double-circuits enable

Out

95

Table 4

9.6.2
Variable
address

DIGITAL VARIABLES

An a lo g u e v ar i abl e s
Variable name

Description

Flow

Variable type
for LonWorks
network

TEMP_IN_ACQ

Evaporator water inlet temperature

Out

105

TEMP_OUT_ACQ

Evaporator water outlet temperature

Out

105

TEMP_OUT_SERB

Tank water outlet temperature

Out

105

TEMP_BATTERIA1

Coil temperature circuit 1

Out

105

TEMP_BATTERIA2

Coil temperature circuit 2

Out

105

PRESS_COND1

High pressure circuit 1

Out

30

PRESS_COND2

High pressure circuit 2

Out

30

TEMP_CONV_COND1

High pressure temperature circuit 1

Out

105

TEMP_CONV_COND2

High pressure temperature circuit 2

Out

105

10

PRESS_EVAP1

Low pressure circuit 1

Out

30

11

PRESS_ EVAP2

Low pressure circuit 2

Out

30

12

TEMP_CONV_ EVAP1

Low pressure temperature circuit 1

Out

105

13

TEMP_CONV_ EVAP2

Low pressure temperature circuit 2

Out

105

14

TEMP_AMBIENTE

Ambient temperature

Out

105

15

ACTUAL_SHEAT_D1

Driver 1: overheating value

Out

105

16

SUCTION_TEMP_D1

Driver 1: suction temperature

Out

105

17

SUCTION_PRESS_D1

Driver 1: evaporator pressure

Out

30

18

SATURATION_TEMP_
D1

Driver 1: evaporator pressure temperature

Out

105

19

ACTUAL_SHEAT_D2

Driver 2: overheating value

Out

105

20

SUCTION_TEMP_D2

Driver 2: suction temperature

Out

105

21

SUCTION_PRESS_D2

Driver 2: evaporator pressure

Out

30

22

SATURATION_TEMP_
D2

Driver 2: evaporator pressure temperature

Out

105

23

SET_TEMP_CALC

Actual temperature setpoint

Out

105

24

MIN_SET_T_EST

Min. value of summer temperature setpoint

In/Out

105

25

MAX_SET_T_EST

Max. value of summer temperature setpoint

In/Out

105

26

MIN_SET_T_INV

Min. value of winter temperature setpoint

In/Out

105

27

MAX_SET_T_INV

Max. value of winter temperature setpoint

In/Out

105

28

SET_TEMP_EST

Summer temperature setpoint

In/Out

105

29

SEC_SETT_EST

Second summer temperature setpoint

In/Out

105

30

SET_TEMP_INV

Winter temperature setpoint

In/Out

105

31

SEC_SETT_INV

Second winter temperature setpoint

In/Out

105

Table 5

ANALOGUE VARIABLES

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The data inside this manual are not binding and they can be modified by the manufacturer without notice. All rights reserved.

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Variable
address

Variable name

Description

Flow

Variable type
for LonWorks
network

32

SET_EXT_COMP_E

Ambient temperature setpoint for summer


compensation

In/Out

105

33

DIFF_COMPENSA_E

Ambient temperature differential for summer


compensation

In/Out

105

34

SET_EXT_COMP_I

Ambient temperature setpoint for winter


compensation

In/Out

105

35

DIFF_COMPENSA_I

Ambient temperature differential for winter


compensation

In/Out

105

36

MAX_COMPENSA

Max. compensation value

In/Out

105

37

SET_FASCIA1_EST

Second summer temperature setpoint hourly band 1

In/Out

105

38

SET_FASCIA1_INV

Winter temperature setpoint hourly band 1

In/Out

105

39

SET_FASCIA2_EST

Second summer temperature setpoint hourly band 2

In/Out

105

40

SET_FASCIA2_INV

Winter temperature setpoint hourly band 2

In/Out

105

41

SET_FASCIA3_EST

Second summer temperature setpoint hourly band 3

In/Out

105

42

SET_FASCIA3_INV

Winter temperature setpoint hourly band 3

In/Out

105

43

SET_FASCIA4_EST

Second summer temperature setpoint hourly band 4

In/Out

105

44

SET_FASCIA4_INV

Winter temperature setpoint hourly band 4

In/Out

105

45

MAX_SET_EXT

Max. value of setpoint by analogue input

In/Out

105

46

DIFF_TEMP_EST

Summer regulation band

In/Out

105

47

DIFF_TEMP_INV

Winter regulation band

In/Out

105

48

SET_VENT_1_1

Setpoint step 1 fans group 1

In/Out

30

49

SET_VENT_1_2

Setpoint step 2 fans group 1

In/Out

30

50

DIFF_VENT_1

Differential to disable fans group 1

In/Out

30

51

SET_VENT_2_1

Setpoint step 1 fans group 2

In/Out

30

52

SET_VENT_2_2

Setpoint step 2 fans group 2

In/Out

30

53

DIFF_VENT_2

Differential to disable fans group 2

In/Out

30

54

SET_VENT_LN_1_1

Second setpoint step 1 fans group 1

In/Out

30

55

SET_VENT_LN_1_2

Second setpoint step 2 fans group 1

In/Out

30

56

DIFF_VENT_LN_1

Second differential to disable fans group 1

In/Out

30

57

SET_VENT_LN_2_1

Second setpoint step 1 fans group 2

In/Out

30

58

SET_VENT_LN_2_2

Second setpoint step 2 fans group 2

In/Out

30

59

DIFF_VENT_LN_2

Second differential to disable fans group 2

In/Out

30

60

SET_REG_GIRI_1

Setpoint speed control group 1

In/Out

30

61

DIFF_GIRI_1

Differential speed control group 1

In/Out

30
30

62

SET_REG_GIRI_2

Setpoint speed control group 2

In/Out

63

DIFF_GIRI_2

Differential speed control group 2

In/Out

30

64

DIFF_GIRI_LN_1

Second differential speed control group 1

In/Out

30

65

DIFF_GIRI_LN_2

Second differential speed control group 2

In/Out

30

66

SET_NO_MEDIA

Setpoint by-pass speed medium control

In/Out

30

67

DIFF_NO_MEDIA

Differential by-pass speed medium control

In/Out

30

68

SET_TEMP_UNLOAD

Enable threshold of unloading in temperature

In/Out

105

69

DIF_TEMP_UNLOAD

Differential unloading in temperature

In/Out

105

70

SET_PRES_UNL_E

Enable threshold of unloading with high pressure


probes

In/Out

30

71

DIF_PRES_UNL_E

Differential unloading with high pressure probes

In/Out

30

72

SET_PRES_UNL_I

Enable threshold of unloading with low pressure


probes

In/Out

30

73

DIF_PRES_UNL_I

Differential unloading with low pressure probes

In/Out

30

74

SET_MAAX_ON_REC

Max. pressure of On recovery

In/Out

30

75

SET_ON_SBR

Defrost start setpoint

In/Out

105

76

SET_OFF_SBR

Defrost end setpoint

In/Out

105

77

SET_MIN_IN_EV_E

Setpoint min. summer temperature of evaporator inlet Out

105

78

SET_MAX_IN_EV_E

Setpoint max. summer temperature of evaporator


inlet

105

79

SET_MIN_IN_EV_I

Setpoint min. winter temperature of evaporator inlet

Out

105

80

SET_MAX_IN_EV_I

Setpoint max. winter temperature of evaporator inlet

Out

105

Table 5

Out

ANALOGUE VARIABLES

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The data inside this manual are not binding and they can be modified by the manufacturer without notice. All rights reserved.

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Variable
address

Variable name

Description

Flow

Variable type
for LonWorks
network

81

SET_MIN_OUT_EV

Setpoint min. temperature of evaporator outlet

Out

105

82

SET_MAX_OUT_EV

Setpoint max. temperature of evaporator outlet

Out

105

83

SET_LT_SERB

Setpoint min. temperature of tank outlet

Out

105

84

SET_HT_SERB

Setpoint max. temperature of tank outlet

Out

105

85

SET_AL_LP

Low pressure alarm threshold

Out

30

86

DIFF_AL_LP

Low pressure alarm differential

Out

30

87

SET_HP_EST

Summer high pressure alarm threshold

Out

30

88

DIFF_HP_EST

Summer high pressure alarm differential

Out

30

89

SET_HP_INV

Winter high pressure alarm threshold

Out

30

90

DIFF_HP_INV

Winter high pressure alarm differential

Out

30

91

FSC_MIN_HP

Min. full scale for high pressure probes

Out

30

92

FSC_MAX_HP

Max. full scale for high pressure probes

Out

30

93

FSC_MIN_LP

Min. full scale for low pressure probes

Out

30

94

FSC_MAX_LP

Max. full scale for low pressure probes

Out

30

95

SET_FIME_PDOWN

Pumpdown end pressure setpoint

In/Out

30

96

SET_POMP_ANTIG

Setpoint enable pump as antifreeze

In/Out

105

97

DIFF_POMP_ANTIG

Differential pump as antifreeze

In/Out

105

98

SUPER_HEAT_SET_C
H

Overheating regulation setpoint in CH

In/Out

105

99

SUPER_HEAT_SET_HP Overheating regulation setpoint in HP

In/Out

105

100

SUPER_HEAT_SET_DF Overheating regulation setpoint in DF

In/Out

105

101

THRESHOLD_MOP

Protection threshold MOP

In/Out

105

102

SET_RES_ANTIG

Antifreeze resistance setpoint

In/Out

105

103

DIFF_RES_ANTIG

Antifreeze resistance differential

In/Out

105

104

SET_RES_SERB

Tank resistance setpoint

In/Out

105

105

DIFF_RES_SERB

Tank resistance differential

In/Out

105

106

TEMP_OUT_MENU

Temperature displayed in the third row of menu mask

Out

105

107

FSC_MIN_HP2

Circuit 2 high pressure probe minimum value

Out

30

108

FSC_MAX_HP2

Circuit 2 high pressure probe maximum value

Out

30

109

FSC_MIN_LP2

Circuit 2 low pressure probe minimum value

Out

30

110

FSC_MAX_LP2

Circuit 2 low pressure probe maximum value

Out

30

111

TEMP_AMB_1

Ambient Temperature 1

Out

105

112

TEMP_AMB_2

Ambient Temperature 2

Out

105

113

TEMP_IN_BATT_FC

Freecooling Coils Inlet Water Temperature

Out

105

114

LIM_MIN_DELTAFC

Freecooling Delta Minimum Limit

Out

105

115

LIM_MAX_DELTAFC

Freecooling Delta Maximum Limit

Out

105

116

DELTA_FC

Freecooling Delta activation

In/Out

105

Table 5

9.6.3

Variable
address

ANALOGUE VARIABLES

E nti r e v ar i abl e s

Variable name

VIS_REG_GIRI1

2
3

Description

Flow

Variable type
for LonWorks
network

Fan 1 speed regulator outlet per cent

Out

VIS_REG_GIRI2

Fan 2 speed regulator outlet per cent

Out

VIS_VALV_COND1

Condenser 1 opening valve per cent

Out

VIS_VALV_COND2

Condenser 2 opening valve per cent

Out

POSITION_VALVE_D1

Thermostatic valve opening circuit 1

Out

POSITION_VALVE_D2

Thermostatic valve opening circuit 2

Out

ORA_ON_SET1

Start hour hourly band 1 for setpoint changing

In/Out

124

MIN_ON_SET1

Start minutes hourly band 1 for setpoint changing

In/Out

123

Table 6

ENTIRE VARIABLES
AS 201751 FC

The data inside this manual are not binding and they can be modified by the manufacturer without notice. All rights reserved.

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Variable
address

Variable name

Description

Flow

Variable type
for LonWorks
network

ORA_ON_SET2

Start hour hourly band 2 for setpoint changing

In/Out

124

10

MIN_ON_SET2

Start minutes hourly band 2 for setpoint changing

In/Out

123

11

ORA_ON_SET3

Start hour hourly band 3 for setpoint changing

In/Out

124

12

MIN_ON_SET3

Start minutes hourly band 3 for setpoint changing

In/Out

123

13

ORA_ON_SET4

Start hour hourly band 4 for setpoint changing

In/Out

124

14

MIN_ON_SET4

Start minutes hourly band 4 for setpoint changing

In/Out

123

15

TIPO_REG_VENT

Fan regulation type (0=Step Control - 1=Speed


Control - 2=Speed Medium Control)

Out

16

MIN_REG_GIRI

Min. speed control

Out

17

MAX_REG_GIRI

Max. speed control

Out

18

TIME_SPEED_UP

Speed-up time

Out

107
8

19

GIRI_SPEED_UP

Fan speed in speed-up

Out

20

TIME_BY_P_MEDIA

By-pass time speed medium control

In/Out

107

21

MIN_REG_VALVC

Min. opening of condensation valves

Out

22

MAX_REG_VALVC

Max. opening of condensation valves

Out

23

RIT_PRES_UNL_E

Max. duration for high pressure probe unloading

In/Out

24

RIT_PRES_UNL_I

Max. duration for low pressure probe unloading

In/Out

25

TIPO_RECUPERO

Recovery modality (0=TOTAL - 1=PARTIALSEPARATED - 2=PARTIAL-SOLE)

In/Out

26

TIME_TRA_RECUP

Min. time between two recoveries

In/Out

123

27

TIME_MINON_REC

Min. time of on recovery

In/Out

123

28

TIME_MINOFF_REC

Min. time of off recovery

In/Out

123

29

TIME_RECUP_T1

Delay on outlet recovery enable

In/Out

107

30

TIME_RECUP_T2

Min. time of off recovery

In/Out

107

31

TIPO_SBRINAM

Defrost control type (0=Start: DT-End: Timed 1=Start: Temperature-End: Timed - 2=Start:
Temperature-End: Temperature)

Out

32

MODO_SBRINAM

Defrost modality (0=CONTEMPORARY - 1=SEPARATED


- 2=INDIPENDENT)

Out

33

SBR_MAX_TIME

Defrost time

In/Out

123

34

SBR_DELAY_TIME

Defrost control exclusion time

In/Out

123
123

35

SBR_CHECK_TIME

Defrost control time

In/Out

36

SBR_ADD_TIME

Defrost additional time

In/Out

107

37

TIME_SBR_T1

Compressor off time before defrost

In/Out

107

38

TIME_SBR_T2

Compressor off time after defrost

In/Out

107
8

39

VEL_VENT_SBR

Fan speed in dripping

In/Out

40

N_ALL_SBR

Max. number defrost per hour

In/Out

41

RIT_AL_IN_ACQ

Delay high/low temperature alarms of evaporator


water inlet

Out

123

42

RIT_AL_T_SERB

Delay high/low temperature alarms of tank water


outlet

Out

123

43

RIT_LP_PAR

Low pressure alarm delay when compressor starts

Out

107

44

RIT_LP_REG

Low pressure alarm delay with operating compressor

Out

107

45

RIT_AL_OLIO

Oil level alarm delay

Out

107

46

RIT_AL_FLUS_PAR

Flow meter alarm when pump starts

Out

107
107

47

RIT_AL_FLUS_REG

Flow meter alarm with operating pump

Out

48

RIT_AL_LIV_SERB

Oil level alarm delay

Out

107

49

RIT_AL_ALIMENT

Supply alarm delay

In/Out

107

50

ORA_ON_LOW_N

Starting hour of low noise function band

In/Out

124

51

MIN_ON_LOW_N

Starting minutes of low noise function band

In/Out

123

52

ORA_OFF_LOW_N

Stopping hour of low noise function band

In/Out

124

53

MIN_OFF_LOW_N

Stopping minutes of low noise function band

In/Out

123

54

ACC_DAY_WEEK

Starting day of weekly band (1=Sun - 2=Mon - 3=Tue


- 4=Wed - 5=Thu - 6=Fry - 7=Sat)

In/Out

55

SPEGN_DAY_WEEK

Stopping day of weekly band (1=Sun - 2=Mon 3=Tue - 4=Wed - 5=Thu - 6=Fry - 7=Sat)

In/Out

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Variable
address

Variable name

Description

Flow

Variable type
for LonWorks
network

56

ACC_HOUR

Starting hour of daily band

In/Out

124

57

ACC_MINUTE

Starting minutes of daily band

In/Out

123
124

58

SPEGN_HOUR

Stopping hour of daily band

In/Out

59

SPEGN_MINUTE

Stopping minutes of daily band

In/Out

123

60

TIPO_MACCHINA

Unit type (1=Single-circuit-N2 Scroll Comp. 2=Double-circuit-N4 Scroll Comp. - 3= Doublecircuit-N5 Scroll Comp. - 4= Double-circuit-N6 Scroll
Comp. - 5=Double-circuit-N2 Semihermetic+Cap.Cont.Comp. - 6=Single-circuit-N1
Screw Compressor)

Out

61

RIT_PARZ

Disabling delay on compressor capacity control

Out

107

62

SONDA_REGOLAZ

Regulation probe (0=-BEWIT - 1=-BEWOT - 2=BTOWT)

In/Out

63

TIPO_ROTAZ

Compressor rotation type (0=None - 1=Circuit 2=Compressor)

In/Out

64

TIPO_GAS

Gas type for pressure/temperature conversion (0=R22


- 1=R134C - 2=R404A - 3=R407C - 4=R410A 5=R507C - 6=R209 - 7=R600 - 8=R600A - 9=R717 10=R744)

In/Out

65

TIME_MAX_PDOWN

Max. pump-down time

In/Out

107

66

NUM_MODULI

Number of modules for modular operation

Out

67

SONDA_REG_MOD

Regulation probe for modular operation (0=-BEWIT 1=-BEWOT - 2=-BTOWT)

Out

68

PESO_MODULO1

Weight module 1 for the calculation of temperature


regulation

Out

69

PESO_MODULO2

Weight module 2 for the calculation of temperature


regulation

Out

70

PESO_MODULO3

Weight module 3 for the calculation of temperature


regulation

Out

71

PESO_MODULO4

Weight module 4 for the calculation of temperature


regulation

Out

72

RIT_ATTIV_GRAD

Delay between starts out of neutral zone

In/Out

107

73

RIT_DISAT_GRAD

Delay between stops out of neutral zone

In/Out

107

74

RIT_AT_INT_GRAD

Delay between starts in of neutral zone

In/Out

123

75

TEMPO_INTEGRA

PI control integration time

In/Out

107

76

RIT_ON_COMP

Delay on compressor start at unit start

In/Out

107

77

T_MIN_OFF

Min. time for compressor stop

Out

107

78

T_MIN_ON

Min. time for compressor start

Out

107

79

T_STESS_COMP

Time between starts of the same compressor

Out

107

80

T_TRA_COMP

Time between starts of different compressors

Out

107

81

TIME_PARTW

Partwinding time

Out

82

RIT_AL_PARTW

Partwinding alarm delay

Out

107

83

TIME_VALV_INT

Intermittent valve time

Out

107

84

TIME_MAX_START

Max. start time

Out

107

85

TIME_ROT_POMPE

Pump rotation interval

In/Out

124

86

RIT_OFF_ROTP

Contemporaneous operation interval

In/Out

107

87

RIT_SPEGN_POMPE

Delay on pump stop at unit stop

In/Out

107

88

TIPO_REGOLAZ

Regulation type (0=P - 1=P+I - 2=N.Z.)

In/Out

89

TIPO_SETPOINT

Setpoint management modality (0=FIXED 1=COMPENSATED - 2=DOUBLE SETP. - 3=BY BANDS


- 4=BY ANALOGUE INPUT)

In/Out

90

STATO_MACCHINA

Unit status (0=Unit Off - 1=Unit On - 2=Unit Off by


Bands - 3=Unit Off by Superv. 4=Unit Off by Remote 5=Unit Off by Alarm -6=Manual Procedure)

Out

91

TXT_T_OUT_MENU

Temperature display on menu mask (0=Outlet Temp.


- 1=Tank Temp. - 2=Regul.Temp.)

Out

92

Program Version for the variables list sent to the


Supervisor

Out

93

VIS_VALV_FC

3-way-valve opening %

Out

94

VIS_VENT_FC_MOD

Freecooling fans working % (with continuous


regulation)

Out

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Variable
address

Variable name

Description

Flow

Variable type
for LonWorks
network

95

RIT_ATT_FC

Freecooling activation/disactivation time

In/Out

107

96

RIT_ATT_VENT_FC

Freecooling fans steps activation control time

In/Out

107

97

RIT_ATT_VALV_FC

3-ways-valve steps activation control time

In/Out

107

98

PERC_VENT_FC

Fans regulation % (with continuous regulation)

In/Out

99

PERC_VALV_FC

3-way-valve regulation %

In/Out

100

WORD_IN_OUT_1

Inlets status/digital variable 1 outlets


(see NOTE A: Digital Variables )

Out

101

WORD_IN_OUT_2

Inlets status/digital variables 2 outlets


(see NOTE A: Digital Variables )

Out

102

WORD_IN_OUT_3

Inlets status/digital variables 3 outlets


(see NOTE A: Digital Variables )

Out

103

MIN_VEL_FC

Freecooling regulated fans minimum speed

In/Out

104

MAX_VEL_FC

Freecooling regulated fans maximum speed

In/Out

105

GIRI_SPEEDUP_FC

Freecooling regulated fans Speed-up

In/Out

107

106

TIME_SPEEDUP_FC

Freecooling regulated fans speed percentage

In/Out

107

Table 6

ENTIRE VARIABLES

NOTE A: Digital Variables

Nome Variabile

N Bit

Descrizione singolo Bit

WORD_IN_OUT_1

Status of digital inlet 1 (0=Closed - 1=Opened)

WORD_IN_OUT_1

Status of digital inlet 2 (0=Closed - 1=Opened)

WORD_IN_OUT_1

Status of digital inlet 3 (0=Closed - 1=Opened)

WORD_IN_OUT_1

Status of digital inlet 4 (0=Closed - 1=Opened)

WORD_IN_OUT_1

Status of digital inlet 5 (0=Closed - 1=Opened)

WORD_IN_OUT_1

Status of digital inlet 6 (0=Closed - 1=Opened)

WORD_IN_OUT_1

Status of digital inlet 7 (0=Closed - 1=Opened)

WORD_IN_OUT_1

Status of digital inlet 8 (0=Closed - 1=Opened)

WORD_IN_OUT_1

Status of digital inlet 9 (0=Closed - 1=Opened)

WORD_IN_OUT_1

Status of digital inlet 10 (0=Closed - 1=Opened)

WORD_IN_OUT_1

10

Status of digital inlet 11 (0=Closed - 1=Opened)

WORD_IN_OUT_1

11

Status of digital inlet 12 (0=Closed - 1=Opened)

WORD_IN_OUT_1

12

Status of digital inlet 13 (0=Closed - 1=Opened)

WORD_IN_OUT_1

13

Status of digital inlet 14 (0=Closed - 1=Opened)

WORD_IN_OUT_1

14

Status of digital inlet 15 (0=Closed - 1=Opened)

WORD_IN_OUT_1

15

Status of digital inlet 16 (0=Closed - 1=Opened)

WORD_IN_OUT_2

Status of digital inlet 17 (0=Closed - 1=Opened)

WORD_IN_OUT_2

Status of digital inlet 18 (0=Closed - 1=Opened)

WORD_IN_OUT_2

Status of digital outlet 1 (0=Opened - 1=Closed)

WORD_IN_OUT_2

Status of digital outlet 2 (0=Opened - 1=Closed)

WORD_IN_OUT_2

Status of digital outlet 3 (0=Opened - 1=Closed)

WORD_IN_OUT_2

Status of digital outlet 4 (0=Opened - 1=Closed)

WORD_IN_OUT_2

Status of digital outlet 5 (0=Opened - 1=Closed)

WORD_IN_OUT_2

Status of digital outlet 6 (0=Opened - 1=Closed)

WORD_IN_OUT_2

Status of digital outlet 7 (0=Opened - 1=Closed)

WORD_IN_OUT_2

Status of digital outlet 8 (0=Opened - 1=Closed)

WORD_IN_OUT_2

10

Status of digital outlet 9 (0=Opened - 1=Closed)

WORD_IN_OUT_2

11

Status of digital outlet 10 (0=Opened - 1=Closed)

WORD_IN_OUT_2

12

Status of digital outlet 11 (0=Opened - 1=Closed)

WORD_IN_OUT_2

13

Status of digital outlet 12 (0=Opened - 1=Closed)

WORD_IN_OUT_2

14

Status of digital outlet 13 (0=Opened - 1=Closed)

WORD_IN_OUT_2

15

Status of digital outlet 14 (0=Opened - 1=Closed)

WORD_IN_OUT_3

Status of digital outlet 15 (0=Opened - 1=Closed)

WORD_IN_OUT_3

Status of digital outlet 16 (0=Opened - 1=Closed)

WORD_IN_OUT_3

Status of digital outlet 17 (0=Opened - 1=Closed)

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Nome Variabile

N Bit

Descrizione singolo Bit

WORD_IN_OUT_3

Status of digital outlet 18 (0=Opened - 1=Closed)

WORD_IN_OUT_3

Status of recovery 1 outlet (0=Opened - 1=Closed)

WORD_IN_OUT_3

Status of recovery 2 outlet (0=Opened - 1=Closed)

WORD_IN_OUT_3

Not utilized

WORD_IN_OUT_3

Not utilized

WORD_IN_OUT_3

Not utilized

WORD_IN_OUT_3

Not utilized

WORD_IN_OUT_3

10

Not utilized

WORD_IN_OUT_3

11

Not utilized

WORD_IN_OUT_3

12

Not utilized

WORD_IN_OUT_3

13

Not utilized

WORD_IN_OUT_3

14

Not utilized

WORD_IN_OUT_3

15

Not utilized

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CHAPTER 10

MASKS NO PASSWORD REQUIRED


DANGER
The wrong pCO programming can cause big damages to the unit;
if there is any doubt please call an authorised service centre.
NOTE
For information about the parameter setting please consult Chapter 14 Setting Tables.
ATTENTION
The displaying of some masks depends on the settings of other masks and also on the unit configuration,
decided during design phase.

Menu

10.1

Ref.

During normal operation, press f or g button on the terminals


Mask

(*)

A1

#$%$&$ $p$a$
! $'#%&#(&%)
*"$

  
  



A3

  

 !
"


 #$%

Notes

This is the main mask, which displays, in the


second row, the values measured by the
temperature probe of evaporator water inlet (BEWIT probe) and, in the third row, of evaporator
water outlet (-BEWOT probe).
The first row of the display will show the current
time and date.
The last row will show the unit status (on, off,
manual mode, off by remote control, off by time
bands control).
In the event of abnormal operation, the flashing
message
will be displayed in
the last row.

Unit specifications, program version.


Bios and Boot versions.

Modem status.

 
 

 

 



A2

Range

R: Read only mask


W: Read and write mask.

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10.2

Free Menu

Press and release l button on the terminal to access the loop mask (Free Menu); to modify a parameter see
Chapter 5 How to modify a parameter in Free Menu
Ref.

Mask

(*)

B1

Range

Notes
When this mask has been reached, to enter the

parameters follow the indications of the following


diagram:

C1

f
D1

h
f
h

E1

R: Read only mask


W: Read and write mask.
Inside the masks of a loop (see mask from Ref. C1 to ) it is possible to return to Free Menu (see Ref. B1),
simply pressing once k button;
press it twice to return to the main mask ( Ref. A1 - see paragraph 10.1 Menu ).

SETPOINT
Ref.

Mask

(*)

C1



  



C2

C3

C4







 
  




   

 

&+"
$,!
'""$
$,!




 


C5



   
 



  
 
   
 



Notes

Identifies the actual unit operation setpoint.

Use this mask to fix the setpoint and the second


setpoint, if enabled.

step: 00.1

step: 00.1

Use this mask to fix the setpoint of external


temperature used to calculate the compensated
setpoint.

Use this mask to fix the max. compensation value.

step: 00.1




Range

step: 00.1

Use this mask to set the starting hour and the


setpoint of the first band.

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Ref.

Mask

(*)

C6



   
 



  
 
   
 



C7



   
 



  
 
   
 



C8



   
 



  
 
   
 


*

Range

step: 00.1
W

step: 00.1
W

step: 00.1

Notes
Use this mask to set the starting hour and the
setpoint of the second band.

Use this mask to set the starting hour and the


setpoint of the third band.

Use this mask to set the starting hour and the


setpoint of the fourth band.

R: Read only mask


W: Read and write mask.

USER
Ref.

Mask

(*)

D1



 


 







D2

  
! "#
 
! "#


D3




  


step: 00.1


  

D4

Use this mask to enable the remote ON/OFF of pCO


(digital input Nr. 1).

An option of the electronic control allows to restart


automatically the unit after a blackout or after any
power failure.
The automatic restart is possible only if the unit, at
the power failure, was already ON.
For further information consult paragraph 4.2
Automatic restart

It allows to select the desired language for the


masks.
For further information consult paragraph 5.3 How
to modify the language

 

*

Notes
Use this mask to set the regulation temperature
band (Differential).

$
$


Range

R: Read only mask


W: Read and write mask.

I/O
Ref.

Mask

E1



  

   
  
 
 
 



(*)
R

Range

Notes
Values measured by temperature probes of
evaporator water inlet and outlet and tank water
outlet.
This mask will be displayed only if -BEWIT, -BEWOT
and -BTOWT probes have been previously enabled.
For further information see Chapter 2 Pressure and
temperature transducers
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Ref.

Mask

(*)

E2



  

!
 
$,!




 

!
 
$+




 

!
 
$,!




 

!
 
$+

Value measured by high pressure transducer of


circuit 1.
This mask will be displayed only if -BHP1 probe has
been previously enabled.
For further information see Chapter 2 Pressure and
temperature transducers

Values measured by high pressure transducers of


circuits 1, expressed in C.
This mask will be displayed only if -BHP1 probe has
been previously enabled.
For further information see Chapter 2 Pressure and
temperature transducers

Values measured by low pressure transducers of


circuits 1, expressed in bar.
This mask will be displayed only if -BLP1 probe has
been previously enabled.
For further information see Chapter 2 Pressure and
temperature transducers

Values measured by low pressure transducers of


circuits 1, expressed in C.
This mask will be displayed only if -BLP1 probe has
been previously enabled.
For further information see Chapter 2 Pressure and
temperature transducers

The values detected by the ambient probe 1 and 2


are measured in C.
This mask will be displayed only if -BAT1 and -BAT2
probes have been previously enabled.
For further information see Capitolo 2 Trasduttori
e Sonde.

E6



 

!
 
$,!


E5

E4

E7





  $]
]

  $]


E8

The values detected by the free-cooling


temperature probe are measured in C.
This mask will be displayed only if -BFCIT probe has
been previously enabled.
For further information see Capitolo 2 Trasduttori
e Sonde.



 ]

 

 
$]
$]
]

  $]
]


E9


 

-$$$./
E10

000000 000000 000000





 

-$$$./

E11

000000 000000 000000







  

E12



  



Notes
Value measured by temperature probe of
condensing coil of circuit 1.
This mask will be displayed only if -BD1 and -BD2
probes have been previously enabled.
For further information see Chapter 2 Pressure and
temperature transducers

E3

Range

This mask shows the status of digital inputs of the


board:
= close: connected to 24 Vac (normal status);
= open: not connected to 24 Vac (alarm status).

This mask shows the status of digital outputs of the


board:
= de-energized outlet;
= energized outlet.

This mask shows the status of heat recovery valves


of circuit 1.

This mask shows the percentage of fan speed if


they are controlled by a speed regulator.




1


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Ref.

Mask

E13




 7BMW 

 
]
$]
]
  ]

 
]
$]


*

(*)

Range

Notes
This mask displays the free-cooling fans speed if
they are managed by the speed regulator.

R: Read only mask


W: Read and write mask.

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Chapter 11 - Masks requiring a password

CHAPTER 11

MASKS REQUIRING A PASSWORD


11.1

Menu with password

DANGER
The wrong pCO programming can cause big damages to the unit;
if there is any doubt please call an authorised service centre.
NOTE
For information about the parameter setting please consult Chapter 14 Setting Tables.
Inside this Loop are the masks which permit to set the fundamental parameters for the correct unit operation.
The modification of these parameters is necessary only in the following cases:

When a new pCO board is installed.


When for any reason, as fluctuations on the electrical power supply, any parameter has incorrect
values.

ATTENTION
The modifying of these parameters must be carried out by specialized personnel only, therefore it is
necessary to call an authorized service centre.
The access to this menu can be carried out following the procedure here indicated; to modify the parameters
follow the indication of Chapter 5 How to modify a parameter of Password Menu.

keep l button pressed for 5 seconds at least, then release it;


insert the password using f or g buttons, then confirm it pressing h button.

ATTENTION
The number of mask which is possible to access depends on the password (user, maintenance or
manufacturer).
USER password is: 00805.
ATTENTION
The displaying of some masks depends on the settings of other masks and also on the unit configuration,
decided during design phase.
.
Ref.
F1

Mask


 


(*)



Range

Notes
After inserting the password press h button.
If the password is not correct
will appear, it is necessary to insert the
password again.
If the password is correct, it is possible to access
the following mask Password Menu ( Ref. F2 ).

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Ref.

Mask

F2

(*)
R

Range

Notes
When this mask has been reached, to enter the
parameters follow the indications of the diagram
here below:

G1

H1

h
f
h

I1

J1

h
f
h

K1

L1

h
f
h

M1

N1

h
f
h
f

P1

O1

h
f
h
f

Q1

Q1

h
f
h

R1

S1

h
f
h

U1

V1

h
f
h

W1

f
*

R: Read only mask


W: Read and write mask.

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Inside the masks of a loop (see masks UNIT

CONFIGURATION)

it is possible to return to Password

Menu (see Ref. F2), simply pressing once k button;


press it twice to return to the main mask ( Ref. A1 - see paragraph 10.1 Menu ).

UNIT CONFIGURATION

MODULARITY

DRIVER

HOURS WORKED
Ref.
J1

Mask

(*)




 



J2






 


  


J3











  


J4


!$! "  


  


J5


!$! " 


  

*






Range

Notes

Unit working hours (time during which the board is


activated).

Total number of working hours and number of


startings of pump 1.

Total number of working hours and number of


startings of pump 2.

Total number of working hours and number of


startings of compressor 1 of the first circuit.
For further information consult paragraph 9.2
Working hours and startings of compressors and of
the unit .

Total number of working hours and number of


startings of compressor 2 of the first circuit.
For further information consult paragraph 9.2
Working hours and startings of compressors and of
the unit .

R: Read only mask


W: Read and write mask.

MANUAL OPERATION

COMPRESSORS

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PUMPS
Ref.
M5

Mask

  

 
 



(*)


Range

This mask is displayed only if the double pump is


enabled and if the automatic rotation of pumps is
enabled (Ref. M2).
Use this mask to enable the start of pump 1 or 2.





Notes

R: Read only mask


W: Read and write mask.

FANS

UNLOADING

RECOVERY

DEFROSTING

ALARMS

CLOCK
Ref.
R1

Mask







' 



(*)


Range

Notes
Used to set the date, current day and hour.

R2

W


 
  
 







  


 





R3





R4


Use this mask to enable the weekly and daily timezone (weekly and daily time-zones allow the
automatic ON/OFF of the unit at preset times and
days).

Use this mask to set the ON/OFF day.

W

  

 !


 ""

/
/

Use this mask to fix the hour for silenced function


enabling and disabling (see Chapter 10 Nightly
operation)

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Ref.

Mask

(*)

R5

Range

W


  

 !


 ""


*




Notes
Use this mask to set the ON/OFF time.

/
/

R: Read only mask


W: Read and write mask.

HISTORY
Ref.

Mask

(*)

S1

Range

Notes
The alarm sequence or the alarms history is
displayed by a series of masks where it is indicated
the date, the hour and the alarm description; until
50 alarm signals are stored.

ATTENTION
Pressing more times h button inside any mask of
alarms history, it is possible to display the pressure
values, the temperature values and the status of
inlets and outlets measured by pCO sensors, when
that alarm has occurred.
See masks from Ref. T1 to
*

R: Read only mask


W: Read and write mask.

At each alarm tripping pCO automatically stores in some masks the operating conditions (pressure,
temperature, status of inlets, etc....).
These masks are listed here below. The displaying of some masks depends on unit configuration.

ALARMS HISTORY
Ref.
T1

Mask


T2

T3

T4

  



   
  
 
 
 

  



!
 
$,!

(*)

 

!
 
$+

Notes

Evaporator water inlet/outlet temperatures (BEWIT, -BEWOT), tank water outlet temperatures
(-BTOWT).

Coil temperature (-BD1).

High pressure (-BHP1).

Low pressure (-BLP1).


 

!
 
$+

Range


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Ref.

Mask

(*)

T6

Range

Notes

BFCIT, BAT1 and BAT2 probes temperature.

Status of digital inputs.

Status of digital outputs.

Status of recovery valve.

Status of speed regulator.

Status of Driver 1.

Free-Cooling 3-way-valve and speed regulator


staus



'SFFDPPMJOH 


 $]
"NCJFOU $]
"NCJFOU $]


T7


T8


T9

T10

T11

 

-$$$./
000000 000000 000000

 


-$$$./
000000 000000 000000



  








 



'2" 
3
"("
$,!

    
  


T12







]

  
]
   ]


*

R: Read only mask


W: Read and write mask.

SUPERVISOR
Ref.
U1

U2

Mask






(*)

Notes
This mask allows pCO to be managed by a
supervision system.


 
   


 
   


Range

This mask will be displayed only if the supervision


is enabled ( Ref. U1 ).
Use this mask to give the unit a specific address
when it is network-connected into a supervisory
system.
In the second row it is possible to fix the speed for
data communication.
Furthermore, it is possible to set the type of
supervision protocol.
For further information consult Chapter 9
Supervision system

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Ref.
U3

Mask

(*)

 !"


 # 




   $  

Range

Notes
This mask will be displayed only if the supervision
is enabled ( Ref. U1 ).
Use this mask to fix the max. value of telephone
numbers which can be stored and the telephone
numbers used for SMS sending.

ATTENTION
Before inserting the telephone numbers it is
necessary to enable the SMS sending ( Ref. U4 )
Furthermore, it is possible to set a password to
protect the stored data.

U4

U5

   %
"


  &' &

 



(
)(

'  

This mask will be displayed only if the supervision


is enabled ( Ref. U1 ).
Use this mask to enable or disable the possibility to
switch on or off the unit by the supervision system.

This mask will be displayed only if the supervision


by GSM Protocol is enabled (Ref. U2 ).
It allows to fix the max. number of rings which the
modem receives before the answer and the type of
modem.
Furthermore, it is possible to enable the sending
SMS messages.
For further information consult Chapter 9
Supervision system.

R: Read only mask


W: Read and write mask.

OTHER SETTINGS
Ref.
V8

Mask

 
 


(*)



*

Range

Notes
This mask allows to change USER password.

R: Read only mask


W: Read and write mask.

FREECOOLING

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Chapter 12 - Alarm management

CHAPTER 12

ALARM MANAGEMENT
Alarm signals

12.1

1 2 . 1 . 1 Al ar m di spl a yi ng
During the unit working, some alarm conditions could happen. Depending on their danger they could be
controlled by pCO by means of a simple signal or by means of the partial / complete block of the unit.
and the red led of j button lights up.

When an alarm occurs, on pCO display appears the indication


Press j button on the terminal to display the first alarm
mask.
In the top right corner it will appear the number of
enabled alarms.
Use g or f button on the terminal to scroll the other
eventual alarm messages.

After reading the alarm message on the display, use the alarms list (see paragraph 12.3 Alarms masks ) to
identify the displayed alarm and to have further information.

Alarm resetting

12.2

When the alarm cause has been resolved, if it was of automatic reset type the unit will automatically return to
normal operation.
If the alarm was of manual reset type, press j button on the terminal more times until reaching the reset.
will appear on the display if j button is pressed without any alarm.

The message

To return to the main mask press k button.

Alarms masks

12.3

Ref.

Mask

Reset

Controller action

Input

AM1

Notes
No active alarm masks.


 

 

AM2

44 & 55
 

 


AM3

44 & 55

  

AM4

44 & 55
    
   

aut.

Complete stop of --the unit and of


the pump

The memory of pCO is irreparably


damaged.
Try to restart the unit.
If the alarm repeats, call an
authorised service centre.

aut.

Complete stop of --the unit and of


the pump

The Clock board of pCO is


irreparably damaged.
Try to restart the unit.
If the alarm repeats, call an
authorised service centre.

manual

Complete stop of ID3


the unit and of
the pump

Insufficient water flow throughout


the evaporator (differential pressure
switch).

Table 7

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Ref.
AM5

Mask


44 & 55
 


AM6

44 & 55
 



AM7

44 & 55
 



AM8

AM9

44 & 55
  

  
  
!
 


44 & 55
  


!
 

AM11

44 & 55
 


!
 

AM10

Reset

Controller action

Input

aut.

Complete stop of ID4


the unit and of
the pump

manual

Complete stop of ID9


the unit and of
the pump

Pump 1 overload.

manual

Complete stop of ID10


the unit and of
the pump

Pump 2 overload.

manual

Stop of fans and


of compressors
of circuit 1

This alarm occurs only in the event


of fan speed regulation, when the
regulator has anomalies during its
operation or in the event of overload
of fans of circuit 1.

manual

Stop of circuit 1

manual

Stop of circuit 1

manual

Stop of circuit 1

ID5

The pressure value of circuit 1 is


equal to or higher than the pressure
switch setpoint (if the pressure
switch is present).

manual

Stop of
compressor 1 of
circuit 1

ID11

Compressor 1 of circuit 1
overloaded.

manual

Stop of
compressor 2 of
circuit 1

ID12

Compressor 2 of circuit 1
overloaded.

manual

Stop of circuit 1

---

Error in the pump-down procedure


in circuit 1: min. pressure level not
reached during the pump-down
delay time.

manual

Complete stop of ID13


the unit and of
ID18
the pump

Anomalies due to the incorrect


power supply phase sequence.
When the power supply is restored,
the alarm must be manually reset.

manual

Stop of the unit,


the pump
remains on

The temperature value measured by


the probe is equal to or higher than
the alarm threshold.
See Chapter 2 Pressure and
temperature transducers.

B1

AM13

AM14

AM15

AM16

44 & 55
 




!
 


44 & 55
 




!
 








44 & 55
 
 

!
 


44 & 55
 
  





44 & 55
 

 







Table 7

The temperature value measured by


the high pressure transducer of
circuit 1 is equal to or higher than
the alarm threshold.
See Chapter 2 Pressure and
temperature transducers .
The temperature value measured by
the low pressure transducer of
circuit 1 is equal to or lower than
the alarm threshold.
See Chapter 2 Pressure and
temperature transducers.

44 & 55
 


!
 

AM12

Notes
Insufficient water level in the tank.
When the water level in the tank is
restored, the alarm is automatically
reset.

B4

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Ref.
AM17

AM18

Mask


44 & 55
 

 





44 & 55
 

 



AM19

AM20

AM21

AM22

AM23

AM24

AM25

AM26

44 & 55
 

 





Reset





Input

Notes

manual

Stop of the unit,


the pump
remains on

B4

The temperature value measured by


the probe is equal to or lower than
the alarm threshold.
See Chapter 2 Pressure and
temperature transducers.

manual

Stop of the unit,


the pump
remains on

B5

The temperature value measured by


the probe is equal to or higher than
the alarm threshold.
See Chapter 2 Pressure and
temperature transducers.

manual

Stop of the unit,


the pump
remains on

B5

The temperature value measured by


the probe is equal to or lower than
the alarm threshold.
See Chapter 2 Pressure and
temperature transducers.

manual

Stop of the unit,


the pump
remains on

manual

Stop of the unit,


the pump
remains on

B10

The temperature value measured by


the probe is equal to or lower than
the alarm threshold.
See Chapter 2 Pressure and
temperature transducers.

manual

Stop of the unit,


the pump
remains on

B1

The probe measures an out-ofrange value: it may be damaged,


not connected or short-circuited.
See Chapter 2 Pressure and
temperature transducers.

manual

Stop of the unit,


the pump
remains on

B6

The probe measures an out-ofrange value: it may be damaged,


not connected or short-circuited.
See Chapter 2 Pressure and
temperature transducers.

manual

Stop of the unit,


the pump
remains on

B4

The probe measures an out-ofrange value: it may be damaged,


not connected or short-circuited.
See Chapter 2 Pressure and
temperature transducers.

manual

Stop of the unit,


the pump
remains on

B5

The probe measures an out-ofrange value: it may be damaged,


not connected or short-circuited.
See Chapter 2 Pressure and
temperature transducers.

manual

Stop of the unit,


the pump
remains on the
antifreeze
resistance starts

B10

The probe measures an out-ofrange value: it may be damaged,


not connected or short-circuited.
See Chapter 2 Pressure and
temperature transducers.

aut.

Warning

---

Complete unit maintenance is


required.







44 & 55
 !
 




44 & 55
 !
 




44 & 55
"# 

   $


44 & 55
"# 

   $


44 & 55
" 

%
   $


44 & 55
"  

%
   $


44 & 55
"  

%
   $



AM27

44 & 55

 

Controller action

Table 7

The temperature value measured by


the probe is equal to or higher than
the alarm threshold.
See Chapter 2 Pressure and
temperature transducers.

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Ref.

Mask

Reset

AM28

44 & 55


 

AM29

44 & 55


 

AM30

AM31

44 & 55
  
 
!
 


AM32

AM33

AM34

AM35

AM36

AM37

AM38

AM39

44 & 55
'2" 
 



44 & 55
'2" 
 



44 & 55 
'2" 

   

44 & 55
'2" 
  



44 & 55
'2" 
 



44 & 55
'2" 
 



44 & 55
'2" 
  3
"6"






44 & 55 
'2" 
 
 
   
44 & 55 
'2" 
  

 




Controller action

Input

Notes

aut.

Warning

---

Pump 1 maintenance is required.


For further information please
consult paragraph 8.1 Operating
hours and number of startings of the
pump .

aut.

Warning

---

Pump 2 maintenance is required.


For further information please
consult paragraph 8.1 Operating
hours and number of startings of the
pump

aut.

Warning

---

Compressor 1 of circuit 1
maintenance is required.

manual

Stop of
compressor 1

---

One of the two probes connected to


the Driver of the electronic
thermostatic valve of circuit 1 is
damaged or disconnected.

manual

Stop of
compressor 1

---

The Eeprom of the Driver of the


electronic thermostatic valve of
circuit 1 is damaged or has any
anomaly.

manual

Stop of
compressor 1

---

The step-step motor which manages


the electronic thermostatic valve of
circuit 1 is damaged or has any
anomaly.

aut.

Warning

---

The battery which powers the Driver


of circuit 1 is down or disconnected.

aut.

Warning

---

The pressure probe connected to the


Driver of the electronic thermostatic
valve of circuit 1 measures a too
high value.

aut.

Warning

---

The pressure probe connected to the


Driver of the electronic thermostatic
valve of circuit 1 measures a too low
value.

aut.

Warning

---

The superheating value elaborated


by the Driver of the electronic
thermostatic valve of circuit 1 is too
low.

manual

Stop of
compressor 1

---

At unit stopping, the Driver which


elaborates the data of the electronic
thermostatic valve of circuit 1
detects that the valve in not
completely closed.

manual

Stop of
compressor 1

---

The probe connected to the Driver


of the electronic thermostatic valve
of circuit 1 measures a too high
temperature of the refrigerant fluid
suction during MOP operation.

Table 7

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Chapter 13 - History

Ref.

Mask

AM40

AM41

AM42

AM43



 "MBSN]
 
]
5FNQFSBUVS]
     




 "MBSN]

]
5FNQFSBUVS 
     




 "MBSN]
 
]
5FNQFSBUVS
    ]

Reset

Controller action

Input

Notes

manual

Warning,
antifreeze
resistance
function on

B3

The probe measures an out-ofrange value: it may be damaged,


not connected or short-circuited.
See Capitolo 2 Trasduttori e
Sonde.

manual

Warning,
antifreeze
resistance
function on

B8

The probe measures an out-ofrange value: it may be damaged,


not connected or short-circuited.
See Capitolo 2 Trasduttori e
Sonde.

manual

Warning,
antifreeze
resistance
function on

B9

The probe measures an out-ofrange value: it may be damaged,


not connected or short-circuited.
See Capitolo 2 Trasduttori e
Sonde.

manual

The fans and the ID8


compressors of
circuit 1 stop



 "MBSN]
  

]

   ]

   
]

Table 7

This alarm occurs only in the event


of fan speed regulation, when the
regulator has anomalies during its
operation or in the event of overload
of fans. (free-cooling fans).

ALARMS MASKS

CHAPTER 13

HISTORY
The electronic control is furnished with a history loop, see Chapter 11 Masks requiring a password and
Ref. U1 . Inside this loop are stored:

1. the last 50 accesses to User, Service and Manufacturer menus with the appropriate date and hour;
2. the last 50 alarms with the appropriate:

code of the alarm,


date and hour of tripping;
-BEWIT, -BEWOT and -BTOWT (if present) temperatures at tripping,
high and low pressure at tripping;
status of outlets and inlets at tripping.

NOTE
These data can be reset only after the access to history loop with Manufacturer password.

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Chapter 14 - Setting Tables

CHAPTER 14

SETTING TABLES
The following tables show the list of all masks which contain
adjustable parameters, important for unit operation.
The absence of any mask on the display is not a malfunction.

ATTENTION
The displaying of some masks depends on the settings
of other masks and also on the unit configuration,
decided during design phase.
All masks are identified by means of a code indicated in Ref.
column; this code will be used in the manual to identify easily any
mask.
On Factory setting column are indicated the setting values set
during the unit testing; they are referred only to the unit which has
the same serial number you can find on the label of the first page of
this manual.

DANGER
The wrong programming of pCO could cause big
damages to the unit.
The parameters can be modified by specialized
personnel only.
The complete list, of adjustable and not- adjustable parameters and
of further information about their use and meaning, can be
consulted in the tables inside the manual.

C5

C6

C7

C8

USER

D1

Settings without
password
ATTENTION
The modifying of parameters must be carried out by
specialized personnel only.
To modify the following parameters see the procedure

D2

D3

of Chapter 10 Masks no password required.

Mask

Ref.

Factory Setting

SET-POINT

C2

C3

C4







 
  



Mask

Ref.

D4

Factory Setting



   

 



  
 
   
 




   

 



  
 
   
 




   

 



  
 
   
 




   

 



  
 
   
 




 
 

 








  
! "#
 
! "#



 See Chapter 15
$
Table 8

$





  





 





  
 











   

 

&+"
$,!
'""$
$,!




 







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Settings with
password

Ref.

Mask

HYSTORY
SUPERVISOR

ATTENTION
The modifying of parameters with password must be
carried out by specialized personnel only, therefore it
is necessary to call an authorized service centre.

U1

U2
To modify the following parameters see the procedure

U3
Mask

Factory Setting




UNIT CONFIGURATION
MODULARITY
DRIVER

U4

HOURS WORKED




MANUAL OPERATION
COMPRESSORS
PUMPS

M5

FANS

U5


  

 
 
















of Chapter 11 Masks requiring a password.

Ref.

Factory Setting



 
   


 
   

 !"


 # 




   $  


   %
"


  &' &

 













(
)(

'  

OTHER SETTINGS





FREECOOLING

UNLOADING
RECOVERY
DEFROSTING
ALARMS
CLOCK

R1








' 



R2


 
  
 







  


 





R3




R4

  

 !


 ""



  

 !


 ""

R5





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Chapter 15 - Parameters with settings related to the type of unit

CHAPTER 15

PARAMETERS WITH SETTINGS RELATED TO THE


TYPE OF UNIT
In the tables of Chapter 14 Setting Tables are indicated the settings of all adjustable parameters.
Some masks refer to the tables of this paragraph because their parameters directly depend on the unit
characteristics.
ATTENTION
It is very important to follow these indications to avoid a wrong unit operation.

15.1

Settings related to the alphanumeric


string-code

NOTE
Consult chapter HOW TO INTERPRET THE ALPHANUMERIC STRING-CODE in the unit's manual.

5 16
1819
1 202122 23
2 13 14 15
1617 18
? ? ? ? ?? A
A ?? ?? ? ? ? ?

D2

5 16
1819
1 202122 23
1 12 13 14 15
1617 18
? ? ? ? ?? B
B ?? ?? ? ? ? ?




  
! "#
$
 
! "#
$


Table 8 REMOTE ON/OFF SETTING

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