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INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL Microprocessor controller for fan coils

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Main features .................................................................1 Main functions and equipment.......................................1 Packing list..............................................................2 Control panel ..........................................................2 Temperature range .................................................2 LED indicators ........................................................2 Description of the operating modes........................3 Technical data and operation limits ........................5 Possible congurations ..................................................7 Before installation ..........................................................9 ECFWEB6 installation instructions ................................9 Installation on the support and on the fan coil ........9 ECFWER6 + ECFWDER6 installation instructions......10 Installation ............................................................10 Setting the microswitches ............................................10 Installing the air and water temperature probes...........11 Position of the air temperature probe ...................11 Position of the water temperature probe...............11 Installing the power contactor ......................................12 Wiring diagrams ...........................................................12 Wiring parts table .................................................12

If options need to be installed, always refer to the relevant manual of the option for additional information.

MAIN FEATURES
This controller is designed to control Daikin fan coil units. ECFWEB6 Built-in for FWV and FWL ECFWER6 Remote for FWV, FWL and FWM ECFWDER6 Remote for FWD

MAIN FUNCTIONS AND EQUIPMENT


Regulation of the air temperature via automatic variation of the fan speed. Regulation of the air temperature via ON/OFF switch of the fan at a xed speed. Time function (only for ECFWEB6). Regulation of the air temperature via control of ON/OFF valves (on 2-pipe or 4-pipe systems). Control of the electric heater as integration or replacement of a heating circuit with delayed fan stopping. Cooling/Heating switching mode in following way: Manual on the controller Manual on the remote switch Automatic based on the water temperature Automatic based on the air temperature The controller is also equipped with: Free contacts for external enabling signal (i.e.: reed contact, remote ON/OFF switch, proximity contact etc.) that may enable or disable the unit. (Closed contact = OFF; open contact= ON) Free contacts for the centralized cooling/heating switching system. (Closed contact = cooling, open contact = heating) Water temperature probe (white) Air temperature probe (black)

Read this manual attentively before starting up the unit. Do not throw it away. Keep it in your les for future reference. Improper installation or attachment of equipment or accessories could result in electric chock, short-circuit, leaks, re or other damage to the equipment. Be sure only to use accessories made by Daikin which are specically designed for the use with the equipment and have them installed by a professional. If unsure of installation procedures or use, always contact your Daikin dealer for advice and information.

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Packing list (See gure 1)


Part
ECFWEB6 ECFWER6 ECFWDER6

1 2 3 4 5 6

Controller Manual Cover plate left Cover plate right Support Accessory bag
wire clamp 2 screws probe holder

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0

1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0

1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1

When automatic cooling/heating switching mode based on the air temperature is running, the temperature of the thermostat is as illustrated in gure 3.

LED indicators
The various combinations in which the LED lights up indicate procedures and operating status of the controller. Blue LED lit indicates that the cooling mode is running. The unit is running or waiting for an input from the thermostat. Red LED lit indicates that the heating mode is running. The unit is running or waiting for an input from the thermostat. Blue and red LEDs lit indicates that the unit did not receive an enabling signal. The water temperature does not enable the air cooling or heating functions (see "Automatic cooling/heating switching mode based on the water temperature" on page 3) or the temperature of the air is within the neutral zone (see "Automatic cooling/heating switching mode based on the air temperature" on page 4).
NOTE

7 Water probe 8 Air probe 9 Power interface

integrated in controller

Control panel
Refer to gure 2 to catch the look of the controller. 1 Operation mode selector, to turn the fan coil on and off, to choose the type of operating mode (automatic or at xed speed) and to control the electric heating. Operation LED indicating that cooling operation mode is active (blue). Cooling/Heating selector. Operation LED indicating that heating operation mode is active (red). Thermostat to control the room temperature.

2 3 4 5

Temperature range
The print around the selector switch of the thermostat represents temperature ranges from minimum, over comfort, to maximum. The ranges refer to different temperatures, depending on the selected operating mode as illustrated in the gure below. Cooling mode
25C

To determine which operating mode is selected when an enabling signal is missing (blue and red LEDs are both lit), turn the knob of the thermostat until one of the two LEDs starts to ash and then remains lit. This LED points out the selected operating mode. Once the operating mode has been established, turn the thermostat back to the desired position.

Heating mode
20C

Double ashing of the blue LED means that the thermostat has sent an input to the unit for starting cooling mode. It ashes when the room temperature and the set cooling temperature are the same. Double ashing of the red LED means that the thermostat has sent an input to the unit for starting heating mode. It ashes when the room temperature and the set heating temperature are the same. The temperature of the air in the room can be seen at any time on the thermostat range turning the knob of the thermostat.

19C

31C

14C

26C

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Description of the operating modes Room thermostat with air temperature control

Manual built-in cooling/heating switching mode


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The controller is pre-arranged to operate manually in the desired mode. It is enabled by pressing the selector key. The blue (cooling) and red (heating) LEDs point out the selected operating mode.

With the speed selector switch turned to , the fan speed is switched automatically based on the difference between the temperature set on the thermostat and the room temperature. With the selector switch turned to , ventilation mode is of the ON/OFF type. , or the

Manual remote cooling/heating switching mode


MD
The controller is pre-arranged to operate manually and remotely in the desired mode. This mode is carried out by connecting the system to a remote switch. Use the special terminals on the electronic PCB of the controller.

Room thermostat with ON/OFF valve control for 2-pipe systems

With the speed selector switch turned to , the fan speed is switched automatically based on the difference between the temperature set on the thermostat and the room temperature. With the selector switch turned to , , or the ventilation mode is of the ON/OFF type. The water valve is shut off once the desired temperature is reached In cooling mode the fan continues at minimum speed, even after the valve of the cooling circuit has shut off. In heating mode the fan is stopped as soon as the valve of the heating circuit is shut off.

Automatic cooling/heating switching mode based on the water temperature


H2O
The controller automatically selects the cooling or heating mode based on the temperature of the water and according to the following logic: Water temperature <17C cooling mode is set Water temperature >37C heating mode is set Water temperature between 17C and 37C the system is disabled For switching based on water temperature, the supplied water probe needs to be installed. See chapter "Position of the water temperature probe" on page 11 for installation of the water temperature probe. In this type of conguration, the input for the centralised cooling/heating switching mode is disabled.

Room thermostat with ON/OFF valve control for 4-pipe systems

With the speed selector switch turned to , the fan speed is switched automatically based on the difference between the temperature set on the thermostat and the room temperature. With the selector switch turned to , , or the ventilation mode is of the ON/OFF type. The water valve is shut off once the desired temperature is reached In cooling mode the fan continues at minimum speed even after the valve of the cooling circuit has shut off. In heating mode the fan is stopped as soon the valve of the heating circuit is shut off.
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Automatic cooling/heating switching mode based on the air temperature


AIR
The controller selects the cooling or heating mode based on the temperature of the air compared to a neutral temperature interval (neutral zone) centred on the set value of the thermostat. When this function is selected, the temperature range of the thermostat refers to the values indicated in gure 3, both for cooling and for heating. In this type of conguration, the input for the centralised cooling/heating switching mode is disabled.

On the controller, the range of the neutral zone is 2C or 5C and can be dened by setting microswitch number 4 (see "Setting the microswitches" on page 10).
Position of microswitch no. 4 Range of the neutral zone

ON OFF

2C 5C

Time function

Selecting the range of the neutral zone

The time function is used to start the fan at medium speed for 2 minutes at regular intervals (every 10 minutes) once the room temperature has reached the level as set on the thermostat. It ensures the constant monitoring of the air temperature in the room. It is only used in summer and only if the enabling signal of the water temperature probe is positive. The time function cycle is also executed when the controller is powered (rst start-up or voltage reset). The thermostat and the operating mode selector switch are disabled when the time function is in use. The time function can be used only for units without valves and only in summer. The time function is not foreseen for the ECFWER6 and ECFWDER6 versions.

The neutral zone is a parameter related to the function "automatic cooling/heating switching mode based on the air temperature". The neutral zone is a temperature interval astride the set temperature. When the air is warmer than the top limit of the neutral zone, the cooling mode is selected. When the air is cooler than the lower limit of the neutral zone, the heating mode is selected. The following gure illustrates an example with: Neutral zone = 5C Set room air temperature = 21C For temperatures above 23.5C the cooling operating mode is selected For temperatures below 18.5C the heating operating mode is selected.
Neutral zone >23.5C = 21 21C <18.5C =

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Electric heater control

Technical data and operation limits


Warehouse temperatures 40C~85C 0C~40C 0.5C 1.1 A 0.15 A

The thermostat controls an electric heater as integration or replacement of a hot water heating system. When the operating mode selector switch is turned to and the electric heater is turned on, the fan runs continuously at medium speed. For safety reasons, the fan is turned off 2 minutes after the electric heater is turned off, whether this occurs when the desired air temperature is reached or when the electric heater is turned off manually using the operating mode selector. During operation of the electric heater, the fan runs at medium speed only. During heating operation of 2-pipe system units equipped with an electric heater and motorised valves, only the electric heater works.

Operation temperatures Accuracy of temperature probes Maximum current on terminal V1, V2 and V3 (fan speed) Maximum current on terminal R and V (valve and electric heater)

Fan coil enabling system based on the water temperature

The controller starts the unit according to the following logic based on the water temperature that is detected by a dedicated probe: Water temperature <17C: Cooling mode enabling signal Water temperature >37C: Heating mode enabling signal In installations with electric heater control, the same probe sends the enabling signal for the electric heater to turn on according to the following logic: Water temperature <37C: Additional electric heater enabling signal. (This enabling signal is sent only if the operating mode selector switch is turned to ). Water temperature >39C: The additional electric heater is switched off. For switching based on water temperature, the supplied water probe needs to be installed. See "Position of the water temperature probe" on page 11 for installation of the water temperature probe.
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POSSIBLE CONFIGURATIONS
In this chapter we describe all possible congurations (C1C18) for controlling the unit. Select the conguration that best complies to the system characteristics. Possible functions are combined in various congurations and are dened by setting the microswitches on the electronic PCB accordingly. Refer to "Installation on the support and on the fan coil" on page 9 and to "Setting the microswitches" on page 10. To nd the relation of the system characteristics with the correct wiring diagram and the correct setting of the microswitches to be used in function of the desired control, combine the table on page 8 with the table at the very end of this manual. This table lists the following items for all possible congurations: activated functions Room thermostat with air temperature control Room thermostat with ON-OFF valve for 2-pipe systems Room thermostat with ON-OFF valve for 4-pipe systems

system characteristics Number of pipes (2 or 4) Valve ( = present, not present) Electric heater ( = present, not present) position of the microswitches corresponding controllers relevant reference to dedicated wiring diagram ( ) other conventions for complete understanding of the table: with a number of units in parallel 1~ 3~ 1 phase 3 phase

M MD H2O

Manual built-in cooling/heating switching mode Manual remote cooling/heating switching mode Automatic cooling/heating switching mode based on the water temperature Automatic cooling/heating switching mode based on the air temperature Choice of the range of the neutral zone Operational enabling signal based on the water temperature Time function (not available for ECFWER6 + ECFWDER6) Electric heater control

AIR

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Characteristics

List of functions activated

C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10 C11 C12 C13 C14 C15 C16 C17 C18

Standard two pipe system Two pipe system Remote switching mode Two pipe system One valve Two pipe system One valve Remote switching mode Four pipe system Two valves Four pipe system Two valves Remote switching mode Four pipe system Four pipe system Remote switching mode Two pipe system Electric heater Two pipe system Electric heater Remote switching mode Two pipe system One valve Electric heater(a) Two pipe system One valve Electric heater Remote switching mode(a) Two pipe systems Automatic switching on water side(b) Two pipe systems One valve Automatic switching mode on water side(b) Four pipe systems Automatic switching on air side(b) Four pipe systems Two valves Automatic switching on air side(b)(c) Two pipe systems Electric heater Automatic switching mode on air side(b) Two pipe systems One valve Electric heater Automatic switching mode on air side(a)(b)

M MD M MD M MD M MD M MD M MD H2O H2O AIR AIR AIR AIR

(a) Electric heater control: during heating operation only the electric heater works (b) In this type of conguration, the input for the centralised cooling/heating switching mode is disabled. (c) For congurations with automatic cooling/heating switching mode based on the air temperature in cooling mode, the fan stops when the valve shuts off. The enabling signal refers to heating mode only (the water probe is placed on the hot water branch.) Cooling mode (fan) is always enabled apart from the water temperature (there is only one water temperature probe that is used to avoid the fan from running with cold water inside the heat exchanger).

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BEFORE INSTALLATION
All eld wiring and components must be installed by a licensed electrician and must comply with relevant local and national regulations. Before obtaining access to terminals, all power circuits must be interrupted.

Feed the cables of the probes if any, in one of the slots of the support and secure the support and controller together using the two screws supplied. (See gure 10, it illustrates the installation of the support and controller when the controller is to be installed on the right hand side of the unit. If the controller is to be installed on the left hand side of the unit, the support is to be turned by 180 compared to the drawing). Ensure that all terminals required for the electrical connections foreseen in the conguration chosen (valve, electric heater, external contacts, ...) can be accessed, even after the support has been installed (see the correct wiring diagram). If this is not the case, remove the protective blank tabs from the base of the support rst.

ECFWEB6 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS


Built-in type controller The controller has been specially designed for FWV and FWL units; if used to control other units, make sure its operation limits are respected.

Installation on the support and on the fan coil


It is advisable to set the microswitches before installing the controller, see paragraph "Setting the microswitches" on page 10. The controller can be installed on both sides of the unit using a support and a cover plate. Proceed as follows to install the controller. 1 Unscrew the four screws hidden behind the hatches at the end of the grid and remove the fan coil cabinet (See gure 6). 2 Remove the blank plastic tabs from one of the two slots of the support to be able to reach the "fast-on's" of the controller (see gure 4). (The supplied cables with fast-on's will need to pass through one of the slots of the support, depending on whether the controller is to be installed on the right hand or left hand side of the unit). 1 2 Support Blank tabs

4 5

6 7

Complete all electrical connections according to the wiring diagrams. Once the electrical connections have been completed, it is advisable to execute the autodiagnosis procedure to verify functioning of all outputs before you nish installation of the controller (outputs of the fan at various speeds, of the valves and electric heaters if installed): Refer to the paragraph "Installing the air and water temperature probes" on page 11. Assemble the controller-support unit on the fan coil using the bayonet ttings (see gure 11). Install the air temperature probe (black) and water temperature probe (white) (see gures 13 unto 20) following the instructions given in the paragraph "Installing the air and water temperature probes" on page 11. Fit the cabinet back in place x it with the four screws and then insert the correct cover plate, as illustrated in gure 12.

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ECFWER6 + ECFWDER6 INSTALLATION


INSTRUCTIONS
Remote type controller

SETTING THE MICROSWITCHES


1 Unscrew the controller lock screw from the bottom side of the controller. Remove the front panel of the controller. To facilitate its re-installation, be careful not to modify the position of the 2 rotating knobs on the controller cover (operating mode selector switch and thermostat) and of the corresponding potentiometers t on the electronic PCB. 2 Arrange the microswitches in the sequence corresponding to one of the congurations explained (see "Possible congurations" on page 7). List of microswitches and their functions (See gure 7)
Micros witch number Function Position OFF
controller manual

Installation
It is advisable to set the microswitches before installing the controller, see paragraph "Setting the microswitches" on page 10. The remote controller can be installed to a wall. Proceed as follows to t the controller. 1 Remove the controller lock screw and remove the cover. To facilitate its re-installation, be careful not to modify the position of the 2 rotating knobs on the controller cover (operating mode selector switch and thermostat) and of the corresponding potentiometers t on the electronic PCB. 2 Drill 2 holes in the wall where the controller shall be installed, at the exact same position of the xing slots (5 x 8 mm) located on the control base (see gure 9). Make the electric connections to the control terminal board according to the wiring diagram of the selected conguration. By means of screws, x the control base to the wall. Reassemble the control cover part and make sure the rotating knobs are in the same position as they were upon disassembly. Secure the controller lock screw back into place again. Make the electric connections to the unit according to the wiring diagram of the selected conguration. When installing the ECFWDER6 controller, always install the supplied power contactor (see "Installing the power contactor" on page 12).

ON
remote automatic

1 2

cooling/heating switching cooling/heating switching automatic cooling/ heating switching mode based on the temperature of the range of the neutral zone for the automatic cooling/heating mode based on the air temperature valve presence on hydraulic circuit electric heater presence number of pipes of the hydraulic circuit

air

water

4 5

5C

2C

5 6 7

if the desired conguration does not include the electric heaters control function and the operating mode selector switch is turned to the electric heater symbol, the fan coil will continue to run with an automatic fan speed and will regulate the air temperature by means of the fan.
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INSTALLING

THE

AIR

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TEMPERATURE PROBES

Position of the air temperature probe (black)


This chapter is valid for ECFWEB6 controllers only (FWV and FWL units). For ECFW(D)ER6 controllers, the probe is integrated in the controller itself. Use the plastic adhesive probe-holder supplied with the controller. Refer to the following gures for installing the air probe: Unit without supporting feet (gure 13) Unit with supporting feet (gure 14) Unit with front air intake (gure 15)

Position of the water temperature probe (white)


NOTE

Position for FWV FWL FWM Use the special copper probe-holder for the water temperature probe and install it as described below. For 2-pipe system units without valve, the water temperature probe has to be placed on the heat exchanger (see gure 16 and gure 17). For 4-pipe system units without valve, the water temperature probe has to be placed on the heat exchanger of the heating circuit. (See gure 18) For 2-pipe system units with valve, the water temperature probe has to be placed on the valve inlet (on the branch coming from the system). (See gure 19). For 4-pipe system units with valve, the water temperature probe has to be placed on the heating valve inlet (on the branch coming from the circuit). (See gure 20). Position for FWD Valve t on the left side, see gure 21. 4 2 Water probe for 4-pipe system Water probe for 2-pipe system Direction of the air Direction of the waterow For 2-pipe system FWD units without valve, the water probe has to be placed on the inlet pipe of the heat exchanger. For 4-pipe system FWD units without valve, the water probe has to be placed on the inlet pipe of the heating circuit heat exchanger.

The standard wires connected to the water probe (1.5 m) are not shielded. These wires are only intended to be used inside the unit and need to be installed away from the power supply cable. Always use shielded cable if the water probe wires can not be installed away from the power supply cables. The water probe cable can be shortened if required. Always use shielded cable to lengthen the water probe cable. The specications of the shielded cable are as follows: - maximum length: 100 m - minimum section: 0.5 mm2 - the shield must be connected to of the basic unit. Do not connect the shield on the controller side in order to avoid electromagnetic interference. For the electrical connection, refer to the appropriate wiring diagram.

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INSTALLING THE POWER CONTACTOR


This chapter is valid for FWD units only The power interface permits to use ECFWDER6 microprocessor-based control panels on the whole range of FWD units, even for models with current consumption greater than 1 A. The capacity of the power interface contacts is 16 A, IP 30 rating. Always install the power contactor. Dimensions of the power interface are shown in gure 8. Install the supplied DIN guide at the side of the FWD unit, on the side opposite the hydraulic ttings. (See gure 5). Fit the power interface into place on the DIN guide. Make the electrical connections according to the wiring diagram.

SW ........ Water probe SA ......... Air probe BK ......... Black (maximum speed) BU......... Blue (medium speed) RD......... Red (minimum speed) WH........ White (common) BR......... Brown GNYE.... Green/yellow BL ......... Clear blue F............ Fuse (eld supply) IL........... Line switch (eld supply) CN......... Wire terminal RHC ...... Remote cooling/heating selector switch (closed contact = cooling; open contact = heating) (eld supply) EXT....... External auxiliary contact (closed contact = OFF; open contact = ON) CRHC ... Centralised remote cooling/heating selector switch

WIRING DIAGRAMS
Once the conguration of the controller has been chosen amongst those listed in the section "Possible congurations" on page 7, combine the table on page 8 with the table at the very end of this manual to nd the wiring diagram indicated for the desired solution. The wiring diagrams can also be found at the end of this manual. Each unit requires a switch (IL) on the power supply line with a distance of at least 3 mm between the opening contacts, and a suitable safety fuse (F).

EPIMSA6 . Power interface for the control of 4 fan coils


IPM ....... Power interface for FWD units M........... Fan coil motor VHC ...... Solenoid valve VC......... Cooling solenoid valve VH......... Heating solenoid valve TSA....... Automatic safety thermostat TSM ...... Safety thermal fuse SC......... Cabling box .......... Ground .... Electrical connections to be made by the installer .... Part of diagram valid only for the centralised remote Cooling/Heating selector switch (CRHC) The code of the terminals on ECFWEB6 controllers can be found on the rear side of the plastic support.

Wiring parts table


V1.......... Minimum speed V2.......... Medium speed V3.......... Maximum speed L ............ Phase PE ......... Earth N ........... Neutral RE ......... Electric heater V............ Valve RM ........ Remote control EX ......... Auxiliary contact
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AUTODIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
For checking the correct operational efciency of the controller when installing or for searching for possible faults, all outputs can be operated manually (fan, valves, electric heater) thanks to the autodiagnosis mode. Proceed as follows to access the autodiagnosis mode and to run the tests 1 Turn the operating mode selector switch to the "OFF" position. 2 Turn the knob of the thermostat anti-clockwise until it reaches the minimum temperature position. 3 Hold the cooling/heating selector pushed for at least 5 seconds. At this stage both LEDs light up. 4 Within 5 seconds, turn the knob of the thermostat clockwise to the maximum temperature position. The red LED switches off and the blue LED remains lit to indicate that the autodiagnosis mode has been accessed.
NOTE

In the autodiagnosis mode, each position of the operating mode selector switch corresponds to the simulation of an output.
Position Output Terminals

Valve Minimum speed Medium speed Maximum speed Electric heater or second valve

N-V N-V1 N-V2 N-V3 N-RE

If you wait more than 5 seconds before turning the knob again, the autodiagnosis mode will be automatically exited.

By running through the various positions of the operating mode selector switch, the electronic controller outputs can be checked one after the other either by observing the related component (valve, fan, electric heater) or by checking if the corresponding terminals are powered at a voltage of 230 V.
NOTE

If the operating mode selector switch is not moved for more than one minute, the autodiagnosis mode is automatically exited.

Exit the autodiagnosis mode by turning the operating mode selector switch to the position.

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ECFWEB6

RM RM

ECFWER6

ECFWEB6

V3 V2 V1 L PE N N RE V RM RM EX EX

BK BU RD BR GNYE WH BL

CN 4 5 6 7 BR L BL N

WH BK BU RD F

M 1~ IL L N

230V 1~ 50Hz

RHC

IL

L N

230V 1~ 50Hz
RM RM

EXT
SA SW

CRHC

FC66000633
V3 V2 V1 L PE N N RE V RM RM EX EX BK BU RD BR GNYE WH BL

3TW60016-1
CN 4 5 6 7 L N 2 3 4 5 C 1 2 3 POWER RELAY WH BK BU RD M 1~

ECFWEB6

4
3A 250V ~

22 19 20 21

EXT POWER RELAY 3A 250V ~

26 23 24 25

CN 4 5 6 7 L N CN 4 5 6 7 L N CN 4 5 6 7 L N

WH BK BU RD

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SA

SW

CRHC 13 14 15 16 L N L N POWER RELAY 3A 250V ~

30 27 28 29

WH BK BU RD

M 1~

RHC

RM RM

ECFWER6

ECFWEB6

RM RM

IL L N 230V 1~ 50Hz IL L N 230V 1~ 50Hz

1 EPIMSA6

34 31 32 33

WH BK BU RD

M 1~

FC66000634
V3 V2 V1 L PE N N RE V RM RM EX EX BK BU RD BR GNYE WH BL CN 4 5 6 7 BR L BL N WH BK BU RD F

3TW60016-2

ECFWEB6

M 1~ IL L N 230V 1~ 50Hz

RHC

IL

L N

230V 1~ 50Hz
RM RM

ECFWER6

ECFWEB6

RM RM

EXT VHC
SA SW

CRHC

FC66000635

3TW60016-3

ECFWEB6

RM RM

ECFWER6

ECFWEB6

V3 V2 V1 L PE N N RE V RM RM EX EX

BK BU RD BR GNYE WH BL

CN 4 5 6 7 BR L BL N

WH BK BU RD F

M 1~ IL L N

230V 1~ 50Hz

RHC

IL

L N

230V 1~ 50Hz
RM RM

EXT VC
SA SW

VH

CRHC

FC66000636
V3 V2 V1 L PE N N RE V RM RM EX EX BK BU RD BR GNYE WH BL RHC BK BU RD WH

3TW
M 1~

ECFWEB6

IL

L N

RM RM

ECFWER6

ECFWEB6

EXT TSA TSM 2 4 TS N 6 8 L N L RE

230V 1~ 50Hz
RM RM

SA

SW

1 0 TS

SC

CRHC

IL

L N

230V 1~ 50Hz

FC66000637
V3 V2 V1 L PE N N RE V RM RM EX EX BK BU RD BR GNYE WH BL RHC BK BU RD WH

3TW

ECFWEB6

M 1~

IL

L N

RM RM

ECFWER6

ECFWEB6

EXT TSA VC TSM 2 4 TS N 6 8 L N L RE

230V 1~ 50Hz
RM RM

SA

SW

1 0 TS

SC

CRHC

IL

L N

230V 1~ 50Hz

FC66000638

3TW

ECFWER6

SA

EXT
SW

RM RM

ECFWER6

ECFWEB6

V3 V2 V1 L PE N N N RE V RM RM EX EX

CN 4 5 6 7 L N

WH BK BU RD F

M 1~ IL L N

230V 1~ 50Hz

RHC

IL

L N

230V 1~ 50Hz
RM RM

CRHC

FC66000627
V3 V2 V1 L PE N N N RE V RM RM EX EX

3TW60026-1
CN 4 5 6 7 L N WH BK BU RD M 1~

ECFWER6

2 3 4 5

C 1 2 3

POWER RELAY 3A 250V ~ 22 19 20 21

SA

EXT

POWER RELAY 3A 250V ~

26 23 24 25

CN 4 5 6 7 L N CN 4 5 6 7 L N CN 4 5 6 7 L N

WH BK BU RD

M 1~

SW

CRHC

RHC

RM RM

ECFWER6

ECFWEB6

13 14 15 16
RM RM

L N L N

POWER RELAY

2
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30 27 28 29

WH BK BU RD

M 1~

IL L N 230V 1~ 50Hz IL L N 230V 1~ 50Hz

1 EPIMSA6

34 31 32 33

WH BK BU RD

M 1~

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V3 V2 V1 L PE N N N RE V RM RM EX EX EXT VHC
SW

3TW60026-2
CN 4 5 6 7 L N WH BK BU RD F

ECFWER6

M 1~ IL L N

230V 1~ 50Hz

SA

RHC

IL

L N

230V 1~ 50Hz
RM RM

ECFWER6

ECFWEB6

RM RM

CRHC

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3TW60026-3

ECFWER6

SA

EXT VC
SW

RM RM

ECFWER6

ECFWEB6

V3 V2 V1 L PE N N N RE V RM RM EX EX VH

CN 4 5 6 7 L N

WH BK BU RD F

M 1~ IL L N

230V 1~ 50Hz

RHC

IL

L N

230V 1~ 50Hz
RM RM

CRHC

10 FC66000630
ECFWER6 V3 V2 V1 L PE N N N RE V RM RM EX EX TSA
SW

3TW
CN 4 5 6 7 L N WH BK BU RD M 1~

SA

RHC

IL

L N

RM RM

ECFWER6

ECFWEB6

EXT TSM 2 4 TS N 6 8 L N L RE

230V 1~ 50Hz
RM RM

1 0 TS

SC

CRHC

230V 1~ 50Hz F IL

L N

11 FC66000631
ECFWER6 V3 V2 V1 L PE N N N RE V RM RM EX EX TSA
SW

3TW
CN 4 5 6 7 L N WH BK BU RD M 1~

SA

RHC

IL

L N

RM RM

ECFWER6

ECFWEB6

EXT TSM 2 4 TS N 6 8 L N L RE

230V 1~ 50Hz
RM RM

VC 1 0 TS SC

CRHC

230V 1~ 50Hz F IL

L N

12 FC66000632

3TW

ECFWDER6

SA

V3 V2 V1 L PE N N N RE V RM RM EX EX

EXT

SW

CRHC

RHC

1 C 2 V1 3 V2 4 V3 ECFWER6
RM RM

ECFWER6

RM RM

IL L N 230V 1~ 50Hz IL L N 230V 1~ 50Hz

14 15 16 17

L L N N

C V3 V2 V1

28 27 26 25

CN WH 4 BK 5 6 BU or GY RD 7 L N

M 1~

IPM

13 UT66000279

3TW60226-1

ECFWDER6

SA

ECFWER6

RM RM

ECFWER6

V3 V2 V1 L PE N N N RE V RM RM EX EX VHC

1 C 2 V1 3 V2 4 V3

14 15 16 17

L L N N

C V3 V2 V1

28 27 26 25

IPM

CN WH 4 BK 5 6 BU or GY RD 7 L N

M 1~

RHC

IL

L N

EXT

230V 1~ 50Hz
RM RM

SW

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IL

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230V 1~ 50Hz

14 UT66000280

3TW60226-2

ECFWDER6

SA

ECFWER6

RM RM

ECFWER6

V3 V2 V1 L PE N N N RE V RM RM EX EX VC VH

1 C 2 V1 3 V2 4 V3

14 15 16 17

L L N N

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28 27 26 25

CN WH 4 BK 5 6 BU or GY RD 7 L N

M 1~

IPM

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L N

EXT

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SW

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230V 1~ 50Hz

15 UT66000281

3TW60226-3

ECFWDER6

SA

ECFWER6

RM RM

ECFWER6

V3 V2 V1 L PE N N N RE V RM RM EX EX TSA

1 C 2 V1 3 V2 4 V3

14 15 16 17

L L N N

C V3 V2 V1

28 27 26 25

CN WH 4 BK 5 6 BU or GY RD 7 L N

M 1~

IPM

RHC

IL

L N

EXT TSM

230V 1~ 50Hz
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SW

RE A1 A2 TS TS 2 1 N 4 3 L N L

CRHC

SC

230V 1~ 50Hz F IL

L N

16 UT66000282

3TW60226-4

ECFWDER6

SA

ECFWER6

RM RM

ECFWER6

V3 V2 V1 L PE N N N RE V RM RM EX EX

1 C 2 V1 3 V2 4 V3

14 15 16 17

L L N N

C V3 V2 V1

28 27 26 25

CN WH 4 BK 5 6 BU or GY RD 7 L N

M 1~

IPM

RHC

IL

L N

EXT

230V 1~ 50Hz
RM RM

SW

TSA

TSM

RE RE RE

CRHC

A1 A2 TS N N

SC

2 1 L1 L1

4 3 L2

6 5 L3 IL F L3 L2 L1 N

400V 3+N 50Hz

17 UT66000313

ECFWDER6

SA

ECFWER6

RM RM

ECFWER6

V3 V2 V1 L PE N N N RE V RM RM EX EX VC

1 C 2 V1 3 V2 4 V3

14 15 16 17

L L N N

C V3 V2 V1

28 27 26 25

IPM

CN WH 4 BK 5 6 BU or GY RD 7 L N

M 1~

RHC

IL

L N

EXT

230V 1~ 50Hz
RM RM

SW

TSA

TSM

RE RE RE

CRHC

A1 A2 TS N N

SC

2 1 L1 L1

4 3 L2

6 5 L3 IL F L3 L2 L1 N

400V 3+N 50Hz

18 UT66000314

ECFWDER6

SA

ECFWER6

RM RM

ECFWER6

V3 V2 V1 L PE N N N RE V RM RM EX EX VC TSA

1 C 2 V1 3 V2 4 V3

14 15 16 17

L L N N

C V3 V2 V1

28 27 26 25

CN WH 4 BK 5 6 BU or GY RD 7 L N

M 1~

IPM

RHC

IL

L N

EXT TSM

230V 1~ 50Hz
RM RM

SW

RE 1 0 TS TS 2 4 N 6 8 L N L

CRHC

SC

230V 1~ 50Hz F IL

L N

19 UT66000283

3TW

FWV FWL FWM ECFWER6 ECFWEB6 ECFWER6

FWD ECFWDER6 3~ 1~

ECFWEB6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

1 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 2 8 13 14 15 16 19 17 18

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