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Operating Instructions

CyberAir 2

Precision Air Conditioning Units


ASD, ALD 380-415/3/50

Index 13
Issue 7.08

Contents
1. Safety ...........................................................................................................................5
1.1 Regulations .......................................................................................................................................5
1.2 Marking..............................................................................................................................................5
1.3 Safety instructions .............................................................................................................................6
1.4 Handling refrigerants .........................................................................................................................6
1.5 Safety and environmental requirements ............................................................................................7

2. Description ..................................................................................................................8
2.1 Type code ..........................................................................................................................................8
2.2 Intended use ....................................................................................................................................13
2.3 Design of the A/C unit .....................................................................................................................13
2.4 Basic components/function of refrigerant circuit ..............................................................................14
2.5 Cooling water circuit (G, GCW, GE) ................................................................................................15
2.6 Chilled water circuit (ACW, GCW) ...................................................................................................15

3. Refrigerant circuit .....................................................................................................16


3.1 Cooling system A ............................................................................................................................17
3.2 Cooling system G ............................................................................................................................18
3.3 Cooling system GE ..........................................................................................................................19
3.4 Cooling system ACW.......................................................................................................................20
3.5 Cooling system GCW ......................................................................................................................21

4. Technical data ...........................................................................................................22


4.1 Application limits ..............................................................................................................................22
4.2 Technical Data - ASD/U ... A/G/ACW/GCW - 1-circuit .....................................................................23
4.3 Technical Data - ASD/U ... A/G/ACW/GCW - 2-circuits ...................................................................24
4.4 Technical Data - ALD/U ... A/G - 1-circuit ........................................................................................25
4.5 Technical Data - ALD/U ... A/G - 2-circuits .......................................................................................26
4.6 Technical Data - ALD/U ... GE - 1-circuit .........................................................................................27
4.7 Technical Data - ALD/U ... GE - 2-circuits ........................................................................................28
4.8 Dimensions ......................................................................................................................................29
4.9 Weights ............................................................................................................................................29
4.10 Electrical Data - 400V / 3ph / 50Hz ...............................................................................................30
4.11 Dimensional drawings ...................................................................................................................31

5. Transport / Storage ...................................................................................................32


5.1 Delivery of units ...............................................................................................................................32
5.2 Transport..........................................................................................................................................32
5.3 Storage ............................................................................................................................................32

6. Installation .................................................................................................................33
6.1 Positioning .......................................................................................................................................33
6.2 Air side connection (optional) ..........................................................................................................33
6.3 Connection of the piping ..................................................................................................................35
6.3.1 Position of the refrigerant connections (A/ACW units) .............................................................35
6.3.2 Refrigerant Piping.....................................................................................................................36
6.3.2.1 Selection of pressure and liquid line......................................................................................36
6.3.2.2 Routing refrigerant-conducting pipes ....................................................................................41
6.3.2.3 Evacuating refrigeration systems ..........................................................................................43
6.3.2.4 Filling systems with R407C refrigerants ................................................................................45
6.3.3 Water piping .............................................................................................................................47
6.3.4 Condensate drain connection...................................................................................................49
6.4 Electrical connection ......................................................................................................................50

7. Commissioning .........................................................................................................51

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8. Maintenance ..............................................................................................................53
8.1 Safety instructions ...........................................................................................................................53
8.2 Maintenance intervals .....................................................................................................................53
8.3 Refrigerant circuit ............................................................................................................................54
8.4 Air circuit ..........................................................................................................................................55
8.5 Water circuit .....................................................................................................................................56
8.6 Unit in general .................................................................................................................................56
8.7 Competences ..................................................................................................................................56

9. Dismantling and disposal ........................................................................................57


10. Options ....................................................................................................................58
10.1 Steam humidier ...........................................................................................................................58
10.1.1 Description .............................................................................................................................58
10.1.2 Technical data.........................................................................................................................58
10.1.3 Supply connections ................................................................................................................59
10.1.4 Commissioning .......................................................................................................................60
10.1.5 Operation................................................................................................................................61
10.1.6 Maintenance ...........................................................................................................................65
10.1.7 Malfunction causes / Remedy ................................................................................................66
10.2 Reheat ...........................................................................................................................................69
10.3 Raised oor stand .........................................................................................................................71
10.4 Air side connection ........................................................................................................................74
10.4.1 Unit base ................................................................................................................................74
10.4.2 Filter base...............................................................................................................................76
10.4.3 Duct ........................................................................................................................................77
10.4.4 Discharge plenum ..................................................................................................................78
10.4.5 Bag lter top ...........................................................................................................................79
10.4.6 Sound insulation plenum ........................................................................................................81
10.4.7 Adapter plate with damper or exible connection ...................................................................82
10.5 Waterside connection (G/GCW Units) ...........................................................................................84
10.5.1 3-way-cooling water control valve...........................................................................................84
10.5.2 2-way-cooling water control valve...........................................................................................84
10.6 Electrical Options ..........................................................................................................................85
10.6.1 Three Phase Control ..............................................................................................................85
10.6.2 Second Power Supply ............................................................................................................85
10.6.3 Compressor Softstart .............................................................................................................85

11. Customer service ...................................................................................................88

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STULZ GmbH, Hamburg

1. Safety
1.1 Regulations
CEE Guide-lines / Standards
- Guide-line for the security of machines (CEE 98/37/EG)
- Low voltage guide-line (CEE 73/23)
- Electromagnetical interference suppression regulation (CEE 89/336)
- Pressure equipment guide-line (CEE 97/23)
Harmonized European standards
EN 378 - T1/T2/T3/T4
Refrigerating systems and heat pumps
EN ISO 12100 - 1/2
Safety of machines
EN 294
Safety of machines
EN 60204-1
Electrical equipment of machines
EN 61000-6-2
Electromagnetic compatibility, Immunity standard
EN 61000-6-4
Emission standard for industrial environment

This cooling unit contains uorinated greenhouse gas covered by the Kyoto protocol.

1.2 Marking
Danger

threatening danger, grievous bodily harm and death

Attention

dangerous situation, light bodily injury and material damage

Information

important information and application notice

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1.3 Safety instructions


General
These operating instructions contain basic information which is to be complied with for installation, operation
and maintenance. They must therefore be read and complied with by the tter and the responsible trained
staff/operators before assembly and commissioning. They must be permanently available at the place where
the system is used.
R407C refrigerants are used in STULZ units as standard. Refrigerants are volatile, or highly volatile uorinated hydrocarbons which are liqueed under pressure. They are incombustible and not hazardous to health
when used as intended.
-

Works have to be carried out by competent staff only


Observance of the regulations for accident prevention
Stay out of danger when lifting and setting off the unit
Secure the unit to avoid the risk of overturning
Safety devices may not be bypassed.
Respect the corresponding VDE-, EN- and IEC standards for the electrical connection of
the unit and observe the conditions of the power supply companies
- Switch off the voltage from the unit when working on it.

- Observe the national regulations of the country where the unit will be installed
- The refrigerant circuit contains refrigerant and refrigerating plant oil, observe professional disposal for maintenance and when setting the unit out of service.
- Cooling water additives have an acidic effect on skin and eyes, wear safety glasses and
safety gloves
- Observe personal protective equipment when working on the refrigerant circuit.
- The unit may only be used to cool air according to the Stulz specication.

- Respect material compatibility in the whole hydraulic circuit.


- The male triangular wrench is to be placed in a visible location in the immediate vicinity
of the unit.

1.4 Handling refrigerants


According to EN 378, refrigerants are divided in groups in respect of health and safety: R407C and R134a
belong to Group L1.
- Adherence to the regulations by law and guide-lines
- Execution only by competent staff
- Responsability for correct disposal of refrigerant and system parts is incumbent on the operator.
- Refrigerants have a narcotic effect when inhaled in high concentrations.
- The room is to be evacuated immediately if high concentrations of refrigerant suddenly occur. The room
may only be entered again after adequate ventilation.
- If unavoidable work is required in the presence of a high concentration of refrigerant, breathing apparatus
must be worn. This does not mean simple lter masks. Comply with breathing protection data sheet.
- Safety glasses and safety gloves are to be worn.
- Do not eat, drink or smoke at work.
- Liquid refrigerant must not get onto the skin (risk of burns).
- Only use in well ventilated areas.
- Do not inhale refrigerant vapours.
- Warn against intentional misuse.

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It is absolutely essential to comply with the rst aid measures if accidents occur.
Refrigerants containing FCs contribute to the global warming and with this to climate changes. The FCs
must therefore be disposed of in accordance with the regulations, i.e. only by companies specially qualied
under 191 of the water resources management law and licensed as recognised disposal companies
for refrigerants.

1.5 Safety and environmental requirements


The following requirements relate to the operation of refrigerating plants within the European Community.
- The used components must correspond to the pressure equipment guide-line EC/97/23 and EN 378 part
1-4.
- Independent of the design, the equipment and inspection before the delivery, also the operator of such
plants has duties according to EN 378 and national regulations.
This concerns the installation, the operation and the repeated inspection:
- Installation: according to EN 378
-

Operation:

Determination of emergency measures (accidents, malfunctions)


Creation of an abbreviated instruction and notication (template page)
a. A unit protocol must be kept.
b. To be stored in the proximity of the unit
c. Access for competent staff in case of repairs and repeated inspection must be ensured.

Repeated inspection:

according to EN 378
The operator is responsible for the execution.

The operator must ensure that all maintenance, inspection and assembly work is carried out by authorised
and qualied specialist staff who have made an in-depth study of the operating instructions.
It is absolutely essential to comply with the procedure for shutting down the system described in the operating instructions. Before maintenance work, the unit must be switched off at the main switch and a warning
sign displayed to prevent unintentional switching-on.

First aid measures


-

If health problems occur during or after handling uorinated hydrocarbons, a doctor is to be consulted
immediately. The doctor is to be informed that the work involved the use of uorinated hydrocarbons.
In the case of acute effects, the casualty is to be brought into the fresh air as quickly as possible.
The casualty must never to be left unsupervised.
If the casualty is not breathing, initiate mouth-to-mouth resuscitation immediately.
If the casualty is unconscious or very dazed he or she must not be given any liquid.
Splashes of uorinated hydrocarbons in the eyes can be blown out or fanned out by an assistant. Then
rinse with water.

Independent conversion and manufacture of replacement parts


The system may only be converted or modied after consultation with STULZ. Original replacement parts
and replacement parts/accessories authorised by STULZ are an aid to safety.

Unacceptable operating methods


The operating safety of the system is only guaranteed when it is used as intended (see operating instructions,
page 13). The limit values stipulated in the technical data must not be exceeded under any circumstances.

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2. Description
2.1 Type code
The type code represents the unit variant of your A/C unit and can be found on the rating plate.

internal part no.


Unit type

The rating plate is located in the door in


front of the electrical
compartment.

Serial no.

Explanation

A
Unit variants

Product range
Energy index
Airow direction
Output of unit in kW
Number of refrigeration circuits
Cooling system:
A: air-cooled
G: water/glycol-cooled
GE: glycol-cooled + free cooling
D 35 1 A
CW: chilled water cooling (directly)
A,G, GE, ACW, GCW
1, 2
181 ... 1062
D, U - Downow, Upow
S, L - Standard, Low energy
A = CyberAir

Page code
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Page code:
D - German
E - English
F - French
U - US English

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Date of issue
month/year

Index
number

Page
number

Unit variants
The different versions of the CyberAir product range are dened by the energy index, the airow direction,
the unit capacity, the number of refrigerant circuits and the way of cooling system.
The units of the CyberAir product range exist in 5 different cabinet sizes with different width, to which specic
features adhere as far as the heating and humidier equipment is concerned.

Size

Energy index (S/L)


The L version differs from the S version by larger cabinet sizes at the same capacity. This way the heat transfer
at the coil is improved which allows to reduce the airow. In addition to the reduced airow, the pressure loss
at the airside reduces by the bigger heat exchanger surface, and so does the sound pressure level.
A quick overview on the shifting of cabinet sizes from S to L is given by the following table :

A / G / ACW / GCW

Cab. size
Baugre

1 circuit
1-kreisig

181
211
261
291

311
361
401

411
451
531

22-kreisig
circuits

402
452
512

552
612
702

A / G /GE

Cab. size
Baugre

1 circuit
1-kreisig

181
211
261
291

311
361
401

411
451
531

802
862
1062

22-kreisig
circuits

402
452
512

552
612
702

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Air ow (D/U)
A distinction is made between downow and upow A/C units in respect of air ow. On downow units the
room air is drawn in to the A/C units from above and passed down into the raised oor void. On upow units
the room air is drawn in from the front side of the A/C unit and passed upwards.

Downow

Upow
room / return air

supply air

room / return air


supply air

Number of refrigerant circuits (1/2)


The CyberAir units exist with either one or two refrigerant circuits. This concerns the cooling systems A,
ACW, G, GCW and GE.
The two-circuit units are equipped with two individual refrigerant circuits which are identical. The optional
suction throttle and the optional hotgas bypass are only included in the rst circuit.
The two-circuit G-, GCW- and GE-units only have one water circuit which contains - except two condensers
- the same number of components as the single circuit version.
All ACW-, GCW- and GE-units contain only one free cooling CW/GE-coil.
Please consider that the max. available pressure at the airside is reduced by double heat exchanger coils.

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A-system
The air-cooled (A) direct expansion (DX)
system uses refrigerant as the heat transfer
medium. Room air re-circulates through the internally mounted CyberAir unit which houses
the evaporator coil, scroll compressor and
refrigeration system. A remotely mounted aircooled condenser is connected, by specialist
installers, to the room unit via a sealed refrigeration circuit such that the absorbed room heat
load can be rejected to atmosphere.

G-system
The glycol/water cooled (G) version utilises the
same refrigeration system as the type-A CyberAir unit and room air re-circulates through an
evaporator coil. However an internally mounted
plate condenser is then used to transfer the
room heat load to a glycol solution. This condenser water acts as a secondary heat transfer
medium, which is then pumped to a remotely
mounted air-cooled drycooler or cooling tower
where the heat is nally rejected to atmosphere.
Generally the condenser water system is in the
form of a ring main connected in parallel to a
number of stand-alone CyberAir units mounted
in the critical space.

GE-system
The room air is drawn through both the free
cooling coil and the evaporator. In summer
operation with high external temperatures,
the evaporator absorbs heat from the room air
and transfers it to the refrigerant. In the plate
condenser a heat exchange between the refrigerant and the water/glycol takes place.
With low outside temperatures the free cooling
coil transfers the heat directly to the water/glycol.
The water/glycol is conveyed to the drycooler by
an external pump and two installed 2-way ball
valves controlled by the C7000. The drycooler
rejects the heat to the outside air. The A/C unit
and the external drycooler are connected with
each other by a sealed water/glycol circuit.

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ACW-System
The ACW CyberAir system is a combination of both the A and CW systems
with two cooling coils. The CompTrol
7000 manages the ACW system to allow the air cooled A system to operate
as standby to the CW chilled water
system or vice versa to give added
security and back up to the computer
room.
Both systems may not run simultaneously. This can be prevented by
adjusting a cooling priority at the
C7000.

GCW-System
The GCW CyberAir system is a combination of both the G and CW systems
with two cooling coils. The CompTrol
7000 manages the GCW system to
allow the glycol cooled or condenser
water G system to operate
as standby to the CW chilled water
system or vice versa to give added
security and back up to the computer
room.
Both systems may not run simultaneously. This can be prevented by
adjusting a cooling priority at the
C7000.

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2.2 Intended use


This A/C unit is used to control room temperature and air humidity. The A/C unit is designed for indoor installation. Any use beyond this is not deemed to be use as intended. STULZ is not liable for any damage
resulting from such misuse. The operator alone bears the risk.

2.3 Design of the A/C unit


The A/C unit is exclusively operated by the controller in the front panel and the main switch in the electric
box. All the electrics to control and monitor the A/C unit is located in the electric box which is placed in the
upper half of the unit front side. All the wiring of the A/C unit comes together in the electrical section and is
connected here.
The heat exchangers extend to the entire unit width. The refrigerant circuit with all his components is located
at the medium level of the unit. Low noise and energy-saving EC-fans (EC - electronically commutated),
which can be removed from the front, generate the airow. The optional humider is located in the left bottom
corner of the unit in all models and can be accessed from the front as all components.
The A/C unit control is effected by the on board I/O controller. The operational conception is designed such
as to allow to control up to 20 units from one unit. These units can be installed separately with a maximum
control line length of 1000 m.
The supply connections (electrical power supply and pipe connections) are conducted to the bottom at
Downow units as standard.
Downow unit with 2 refrigerant circuits

electrical box

Receiver
Filter dryer
Expansion
valve
Sightglass

Humidier
(optional)

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2.4 Basic components/function of refrigerant circuit


The refrigeration circuit consists of a compressor, a condenser, an expansion valve and an evaporator.
In units of the G, GCW, GE version, these components are connected by pipelines to a sealed refrigerant
circuit. In units of the A, ACW version, an external air-cooled condenser must be connected to the open
refrigerant circuit of the unit.
The pressure and temperatures values stated in the following paragraph are valid when the standard refrigerant R407C is used.
The compressor is used to compress the refrigerant and maintain the refrigerant ow. The gaseous refrigerant
is compressed in the compressor to approx. 20 bar at approx. 70C and enters then the condenser.
The condenser gives up the heat absorbed and liquees the refrigerant which is under high pressure. The
refrigerant temperature drops down to approx. 40C in the condenser. The liquid refrigerant enters the expansion valve and is from there conducted back to the evaporator at low pressure (about 6 bar) and low
temperature (about 10C). The heat of the air is absorbed by the gaseous low temperature refrigerant in the
evaporator at an evaporation temperature of about 10C.
All components of the refrigerant circuit are designed for a maximum operating pressure of 28 (40)* bar.

Electronic expansion valve


The suction gas pressure and temperature are measured by two individual sensors, these values are used
by the controller C7000 to calculate the opening degree of the expansion valve.

Dehumidifying circuit
To achieve a dehumidication, the electronic expansion valve is partially closed in the rst step. The reduction
of the refrigerant mass ow makes the evaporation temperature drop, which lets the surface temperature in
a part of the evaporator fall below the dew point of the air. This causes dehumidication.
For a bigger dehumidication, the fan speed is reduced. With a constant cooling capacity, the temperature of
the air which ows through the heat exchanger coil, passes below the dew point. The moisture contained in
the air condenses on the heat exchanger gathers in the condensate pan and is carried away by the drain.

Preventative safety devices


The A/C units have various safety devices to avoid malfunctions. In the liquid line there is a lter drier to
separate humidity and a sight glass to check the sufcient charge of refrigerant.

Safety devices
The refrigerant circuit is protected against insufcient operating pressure by a safety pressure limiter
(low-pressure switch). If the operating pressure is fallen below, a warning signal appears on the display
and the unit is put out of operation. A safety pressure cut-out (high-pressure switch) is triggered at
25,2 (36)* bar and switches off the compressor. A warning signal on the display of the controller appears.
A liquid receiver and a safety valve, which releases refrigerant at 28 (40)* bar, are tted on A/ACW-units
as further protection.

Adjustment of the pressure switches:


LP switch:
releases at:
automatic reset at:

1,0 (3,0)* bar


3,0 (5,0)* bar

HP switch:
releases at:
25,2 (36)* bar
manual reset possible at: 18,0 (29)* bar
Safety valve:

28 (40)* bar

* The values outside of the brackets are valid for the refrigerants R407C and R134a, the values inside the brackets for R410A.

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Component protection
Compressor
The compressor is equipped with an internal high pressure protection which opens a bypass in case of high
pressure, so that an internal pressure compensation takes place.
Fan
The EC fan control contains safety elements which protect the fan in case of phase failure, voltage uctuation
and excessive current. If the voltage in one or more phases drops for 5 seconds or longer below 290 V, the
fan is switched off and an airow alarm is generated. In consequence of the alarm the compressor and, if
existant, the reheat and humidier are also switched off.
After the supply voltage return the airow alarm must be manually resetted in order to restart the A/C unit.
In areas with unstable electrical supply networks the option "three phase control" should therefore be chosen.
With this option the A/C unit starts automatically after the return of the supply voltage.

2.5 Cooling water circuit (G, GCW, GE)


In G- and GCW units, the cooling water circuit contains a plate condenser as interface to the refrigerant
circuit and two valves for lling and draining.
In GE units the water circuit contains additionally a direct cooling coil, two 2-way ball valves and a temperature sensor at the water inlet.
The distribution of the water ow through the free cooling coil and the condenser is taken on by two ball valves controlled by the C7000 (one for the condenser and one for the free cooling coil). The ball valve control
factor in the condenser circuit is the condenser pressure on the refrigerant side. The ball valve control factor
for the GE-coil is the temperature at the water inlet.

2.6 Chilled water circuit (ACW, GCW)


The chilled water circuit consists of a direct cooling coil, a 3-way valve, by which the cooling capacity is
controlled and lling and vent valves. The 3-way valve is controlled by the incorporated C7000 controller.

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3. Refrigerant circuit
Legend
TCE

PSL

Low pressure switch

Expansion valve

PZH

High pressure switch

Filter drier

PC

Pressure sensor

Sight glass

TIC

Temperature sensor with


indication

Angle valve

TC

Temperature sensor

Stop valve
Pressure relief valve
Schrader valve

3-way cooling water control valve


Non-return valve
Filling and drain valve
M Control ball valve

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3.1 Cooling system A


1 - circuit

Receiver
TCE

Evaporator

EC
Compressor
Fan

PSL

PZH

2 - circuits
Receiver 1

Evaporator 1

TCE

Compressor 1

PSL

PZH

Receiver 2

Evaporator 2

TCE

EC
Compressor 2
Fan

PSL

PZH

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3.2 Cooling system G


1 - circuit

TCE

Evaporator

Condenser

EC

Fan

PSL

PZH

Compressor

2 - circuits
Evaporator 1

TCE

Condenser 1

PSL

PZH

Compressor 1

Evaporator 2

TCE

Condenser 2
EC

Fan

PSL

PZH

Compressor 2

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3.3 Cooling system GE


1 - circuit

Free cooling coil

Evaporator

TCE

Condenser

EC

M
M

Fan

PC

PSL

PZH

TIC

Compressor

2 - circuits

Free cooling coil

TCE

Evaporator

Condenser 1

M
M

PC

PSL

PZH

TIC

Compressor 1
Evaporator

TCE

Condenser 2
EC
PC

Fan
Compressor 2
PSL

PZH

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3.4 Cooling system ACW


1 - circuit

CW coil

Evaporator

TCE

EC
Receiver

3-way chilled
water control
valve

Fan

Compressor

PSL

2 - circuits

PZH

CW coil

TCE

Evaporator 1
Receiver 1
PSL

PZH

Compressor 1
Evapora-

TCE

Receiver 2

EC

Fan
Compressor 2

PSL

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PZH

3-way chilled
water control
valve

3.5 Cooling system GCW


1 - circuit

CW coil

Evaporator

TCE

3-way chilled
water control
valve

EC

Fan

Condenser
PSL

PZH

Compressor

2 - circuits

CW coil

TCE

Evaporator 1

3-way chilled
water control
valve

Compressor 1
PSL

Evaporator 2

Condenser 1

PZH

TCE

EC

Fan
Condenser 2
PSL

PZH

Compressor 2

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4. Technical data
4.1 Application limits
The STULZ CyberAir units are provided for operation
within the following ranges:
- Room conditions:
Between 18C, 45% R.H. and 27C, 55% R.H.
- Outdoor ambient conditions:
lower limit: -10C, depending on selected option
down to 45C
upper limit: depending on selected condenser
- Voltage:

Standard

380V / 3ph / 50Hz; N; PE


400V / 3ph / 50Hz; N; PE
415V / 3ph / 50Hz; N; PE

380V / 3ph / 60Hz; N; PE


460V / 3ph / 60Hz; PE

- Voltage tolerance: +/- 10%


(not for permanent operation)
- Frequency: 50 Hz +/- 1%
60 Hz +/- 1%

- Hot water conditions for optional heating coil:


max. inlet water temperature: 110C
max. water head pressure: 8.5 bar
- Max. length of piping between A/C unit and air
cooled condenser: 30 m equivalent.
- Max. level difference between condenser and
A/C unit: 5 m (when condenser is below the
A/C unit).
- Storage conditions:
Temperature [C]:
-20 - +42
Humidity [% rel. h.]:
5 - 95
Atmosphere pressure [kPa]: 70 - 110
The warranty is invalidated for any possible damage
or malfunction that may occur during or in consequence of operation outside the application ranges.

- Chilled water- /cooling water pipes:


max. water head pressure: 10 bar

Design conditions for technical data:


Electrical connection:
for Downow units with an external static pressure:
for Upow units with an external static pressure:

400V/3ph/50Hz
20 Pa
50 Pa

DX Units
Return air conditions for evaporator capacity:
Cooling uid (G, GCW):
Cooling uid (GE):
Fluid inlet temperature:
Fluid outlet temperature:
Condensation temperature:
Max. condensation temperature:

24C, 50% rel. humidity


Water, 0% Glycol
Water, 30% Glycol
30C
40C
45C
60C

CW Units
Return air conditions for cooling capacity:
EWT - Entering water temperature:
LWT - Leaving water temperature:
Cooling uid:

24C, 50% rel. humidity


7C
12C
Water, 0% Glycol

The sound pressure levels are valid at a height of 1m and distance of 2m in front of the unit under free eld
conditions and with nominal data. The values take into account the effects of all installation and design parts
contained in the standard unit. The values for upow units assume an installed discharge duct.

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4.2 Technical Data - ASD/U ... A/G/ACW/GCW - 1-circuit


Modell
Type

181

211

261

291

311

361

401

411

451

531

DX-cooling cap. R407C


DX-Klteleistung
R407C total
kW
24C/50% r.h.
r.F.
sensible
sensibel

18,2
18,2

21,0
21,0

27,2
24,7

29,7
26,2

30,9
30,9

36,2
33,7

40,1
35,2

40,8
37,8

45,1
45,1

53,5
47,8

Verhltnis
sens./total
Ratio sens./total
Komp.-Leistungsaufnahme
Comp. power consumption

kW

Kompressortyp
Compressor type

1 1

EERmax (ASD...A/G)

R407C

DX-Klteleistung
DX-cooling cap. R410A
R410A total
kW
24C/50% r.F.
sensible
sensibel
Verhltnis
sens./total
Ratio sens./total
Komp.-Leistungsaufnahme
Comp. power consumption

kW

Kompressortyp
Compressor type

1 1

EERmax (ASD...A/G)

R410A

DX-Klteleistung
DX-cooling cap. R134a
R134a total
kW
24C/50% r.F.
sensible
sensibel
Ratio
sens./total
Verhltnis
sens./total

0,91

0,88

0,93

0,88

0,92

0,89

3,7

4,2

5,6

6,3

6,3

7,5

8,4

8,4

9,6

11,6

C3

C4

C13

C14

C14

C15

C16

C16

C17

C18

4,14

3,96

3,89

3,76

4,01

3,85

3,89

4,16

3,73

3,72

18,7
18,7

24,7
22,3

27,0
24,7

30,4
26,5

32,0
30,3

36,5
33,8

40,3
35,3

41,2
38,0

46,6
44,1

53,2
47,7

0,90

0,91

0,87

0,95

0,93

0,88

0,92

0,95

0,90

3,9

5,2

5,6

6,4

6,4

7,4

8,5

8,5

9,3

11,0

C21

C23

C24

C25

C25

C26

C27

C27

C28

C30

4,07

3,92

3,86

3,80

4,10

3,92

3,88

4,16

3,95

3,86

17,5
17,5

19,9
19,9

25,3
24,0

26,2
24,9

27,5
27,5

32,5
32,5

37,3
34,1

37,9
37,9

0,95

0,95

0,91

3,3

3,9

5,0

5,3

5,3

6,7

7,7

7,7

C5

C13

C15

C16

C16

C17

C18

C18

4,38

3,98

3,95

3,80

4,10

3,78

3,89

4,16

CW-cooling
CW-Klteleistung
capacity
total
kW
24C/50% r.h.
r.F.
sensible
sensibel

20,3
18,6

23,9
21,7

26,4
23,9

27,5
24,8

34,0
30,8

37,8
34,0

37,8
34,0

42,4
38,0

51,4
45,5

53,7
47,3

Verhltnis
sens./total
Ratio sens./total

0,92

0,91

0,91

0,88

0,91

0,90

0,90

0,90

0,89

0,88

Comp.
Komp.-Leistungsaufnahme
power consumption

kW

Kompressortyp
Compressor
type

1 1

EERmax (ASD...A/G)

R134a

Refrigerant
charge
Fllmenge G,
GCWG, GCW

kg

2,4

2,8

3,2

3,4

3,9

4,1

4,3

4,4

4,6

5,1

Wasservolumenstrom
G
Water ow G

m/h

1,9

2,2

2,8

3,1

3,2

3,7

4,1

4,1

4,7

5,6

dp wasserseitig
water side G G

kPa

13

18

17

20

15

20

24

18

23

25

Wasservolumenstrom
CW
Water
ow CW

m/h

3,5

4,1

4,5

4,7

5,9

6,5

6,5

7,3

8,8

9,2

dp wasserseitig
CW
water side CW

kPa

32

44

53

57

29

36

36

40

59

63

CW-Registerinhalt
CW
coil content

dm

CW - Ventilgre
(3-Wege)
valve size (3-way)
Airow
Luftvolumenstrom

Vent.-Leistungsaufnahme
Fan
power consumption
Max.
ext.stat.
stat.pressure
Druck
Max. ext.
Vent.-Leistungsaufnahme
Fan
power consumption
Max.
ext.stat.
stat.pressure
Druck
Max. ext.
Schalldruckpegel
Sound
pressure level
Vent.-Leistungsaufnahme
Fan
power consumption
3
Baugre
Cabinet size

Upow

Schalldruckpegel
Sound
pressure level

A/G
ACW/GCW

Schalldruckpegel
Sound
pressure level

A/G

Max.
ext.stat.
stat.pressure
Druck
Max. ext.

ACW/GCW

Vent.-Leistungsaufnahme
Fan
power consumption

Downow
Downow

Schalldruckpegel
Sound
pressure level

14,3

18,3

1"

1"

1"

1"

1 1/4"

1 1/4"

m/h

5500

6500

7200

7500

9000

10000 10000 11000 13400 14000

Pa

450

450

440

410

450

330

330

450

450

420

dBA

48,3

51,8

54,0

54,9

56,5

58,7

58,7

51,3

55,4

56,4

kW

0,7

1,1

1,4

1,6

1,4

1,9

1,9

1,4

2,5

2,8

Ventilatoranzahl
Number
of fans
Max. ext.
ext.stat.
stat.pressure
Druck
Max.

9,6

1 1/4"

1 1/4"

1 1/4"

1 1/4"

Pa

450

450

380

320

430

270

270

450

430

370

dBA

49,5

53,1

55,2

56,1

56,8

59,1

59,1

52,5

56,7

57,6

kW

0,8

1,3

1,7

1,9

1,6

2,2

2,2

1,7

3,0

3,4

Pa

450

450

430

380

450

310

310

450

450

420

dBA

49,6

52,9

54,9

55,8

56,9

59,1

59,1

52,5

56,4

57,3

kW

0,8

1,2

1,6

1,8

1,6

2,1

2,1

1,7

2,9

3,2

Pa

450

450

340

290

410

240

240

450

400

340

dBA

50,8

54,1

56,2

57,0

57,4

59,6

59,6

53,7

57,7

58,6

kW

0,9

1,4

1,9

2,2

1,8

2,4

3,1

2,0

3,4

3,8

For electrical data, heating and humidier equipment see page 30


The indicated refrigerant charge is valid for R407C, R410A and R134a, for A/ACW units for all sizes it is: 1,0 kg
For the refrigerant R22 the charge is for all sizes and versions: 0,5 kg.
3
For dimensions and weights see page 29
1
2

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4.3 Technical Data - ASD/U ... A/G/ACW/GCW - 2-circuits


Type
Modell

402

452

512

552

612

702

802

862

1062

DX-cooling
DX-Klteleistung
cap. R407C
R407c total
kW
24C/50% r.h.
r.F.
sensible
sensibel

40,8
37,8

46,4
43,4

53,3
47,7

54,4
54,4

61,3
61,3

70,9
64,8

81,3
74,4

89,5
80,3

104,5
88,9

Verhltnis
sens./total
Ratio
sens./total

0,93

0,94

0,89

0,91

0,92

0,90

0,85

8,4

9,6

11,2

11,2

12,6

15,0

16,8

19,2

23,0

C4

C5

C13

C13

C14

C15

C16

C17

C18

4,16

3,90

3,81

3,83

3,58

3,49

3,91

3,71

3,62

DX-cooling
DX-Klteleistung
cap. R410A
R410A total
kW
24C/50% r.F.
sensible
sensibel

43,0
38,6

49,3
44,5

52,9
47,6

53,8
53,8

61,3
61,3

72,1
65,2

81,4
74,5

90,4
80,7

104,2
88,7

Verhltnis
sens./total
Ratio
sens./total

0,90

0,90

0,90

0,90

0,92

0,89

0,85

9,0

10,4

11,2

11,2

12,8

14,8

17,0

18,6

22,0

Comp.
Komp.-Leistungsaufnahme
power consumption

kW

1 1
Kompressortyp
Compressor
type

EERmax
(ASD...A/G)
max

R407C

Comp.
Komp.-Leistungsaufnahme
power consumption

kW

Kompressortyp
Compressor
type

1 1

EERmax
(ASD...A/G)
max

R410A

DX-cooling
DX-Klteleistung
cap. R134a
R134a total
kW
24C/50% r.F.
sensible
sensibel
Ratio
sens./total
Verhltnis
sens./total

C22

C23

C24

C24

C25

C26

C27

C28

C29

4,13

3,88

3,78

3,79

3,54

3,66

3,88

3,85

3,73

37,9
37,9

43,5
43,5

49,4
46,2

51,1
51,1

54,7
54,7

63,6
63,6

76,4
72,5

0,94

0,95

7,8

8,6

10,2

10,0

10,6

13,2

15,4

C13

C14

C15

C15

C16

C17

C18

4,12

3,99

3,80

3,93

3,62

3,44

3,94

CW-cooling
CW-Klteleistung
capacity
total
kW
24C/50% r.h.
r.F.
sensible
sensibel

40,4
36,8

47,8
43,0

51,4
46,1

57,2
52,0

66,4
59,7

69,9
62,7

77,9
69,7

83,3
74,2

88,7
78,6

Verhltnis
sens./total
Ratio
sens./total

0,91

0,90

0,90

0,91

0,90

0,90

0,90

0,89

0,89

Comp.
Komp.-Leistungsaufnahme
power consumption

kW

Kompressortyp
Compressor
type

1 1

EERmax
(ASD...A/G)
max

R134a

Refrigerant
charge G, GCW
Fllmenge G/GCW

kg

2,2

2,4

3,2

3,5

3,9

4,1

4,3

4,6

5,2

Wasservolumenstrom
G
Water
ow G

m/h

4,2

4,8

5,5

5,7

6,3

7,3

8,4

9,4

11,0

wasserseitig
dp water
side G G

kPa

16

21

27

17

21

28

25

31

42

Wasservolumenstrom
CW
Water
ow CW

m/h

7,0

8,2

8,9

9,9

11,4

12,0

13,4

14,4

15,3

wasserseitig
CW
dp water
side CW

kPa

33

47

54

35

47

53

33

38

43

CW-Registerinhalt
CW
coil content

dm

1 1/4"

1 1/4"

1 1/4"

1 1/2"

1 1/2"

1 1/2"

2"

2"

2"

m/h

11000

13000

14000

16000

18500

19000

21000

22500

24000

Pa

450

450

440

440

220

190

450

390

300

dBA

51,3

54,8

56,4

57,3

60,4

61,0

57,3

58,8

60,2

kW

1,4

2,3

2,8

3,0

4,5

4,9

4,0

4,9

5,9

Ventilgre
(3-Wege)
CW - valve
size (3-way)
Airow
Luftvolumenstrom

Schalldruckpegel
Sound
pressure level
Fan
Vent.-Leistungsaufnahme
power consumption
Max.ext.
ext.stat.
stat.pressure
Druck
Max.
Fan
Vent.-Leistungsaufnahme
power consumption
Max.ext.
ext.stat.
stat.pressure
Druck
Max.
Schalldruckpegel
Sound
pressure level
Fan
Vent.-Leistungsaufnahme
power consumption
Baugre
Cabinet
size3

Upow

Schalldruckpegel
Sound
pressure level

ACW/GCW

Max.ext.
ext.stat.
stat.pressure
Druck
Max.

A/G

Fan
Vent.-Leistungsaufnahme
power consumption

ACW/GCW

Schalldruckpegel
Sound
pressure level

Downow
Downow

Max.ext.
ext.stat.
stat.pressure
Druck
Max.

A/G

Ventilatoranzahl
Number
of fans

18,3

22,9

27,5

Pa

450

450

360

370

130

90

400

310

210

dBA

52,5

56,1

57,6

58,3

61,4

62,0

58,6

60,1

61,5

kW

1,7

2,7

3,4

3,5

5,3

5,7

4,7

5,8

7,0

Pa

450

450

420

420

200

250

450

370

280

dBA

52,5

55,8

57,3

58,1

61,1

61,7

58,3

59,7

61,0

kW

1,7

2,6

3,2

3,3

5,0

5,4

4,5

5,5

6,6

Pa

450

430

340

350

100

50

380

280

180

dBA

53,7

57,1

58,6

59,1

62,2

62,7

59,6

61,0

62,3

kW

2,0

3,1

3,8

3,9

5,9

6,3

5,4

6,5

7,8

For electrical data, heating and humidier equipment see page 30.
The indicated refrigerant charge is valid per refrigerant circuit for R407C, R410A and R134a, for A/ACW units for all sizes it is: 1,0 kg
For the refrigerant R22 the charge is for all sizes and versions: 0,5 kg.
3
For dimensions and weights see page 29.
1
2

E/0708/13/24

4.4 Technical Data - ALD/U ... A/G - 1-circuit


Modell
Type

181

211

261

291

311

361

401

411

451

531

DX-cooling cap. R407C


DX-Klteleistung
R407C total
kW
24C/50% r.h.
r.F.
sensibel
sensible

18,6
18,6

21,6
21,6

27,6
25,5

30,2
27,0

31,3
31,3

36,6
34,4

40,6
36,0

41,7
38,8

46,4
46,4

54,4
49,2

Verhltnis
sens./total
Ratio
sens./total

0,92

0,89

0,94

0,89

0,93

0,90

3,7

4,2

5,6

6,3

6,3

7,5

8,4

8,4

9,7

11,6

C3

C4

C13

C14

C14

C15

C16

C16

C17

C18

4,65

4,50

4,38

4,25

4,41

4,26

4,27

4,44

4,03

4,00

DX-cooling
DX-Klteleistung
cap. R410A
R410A total
kW
24C/50% r.F.
sensibel
sensible

18,9
17,34

25,1
23,2

27,2
25,3

30,8
27,2

31,5
29,54

36,8
34,5

40,5
35,9

41,6
38,8

46,2
46,2

53,9
48,9

Verhltnis
sens./total
Ratio
sens./total

0,92

0,92

0,93

0,88

0,94

0,94

0,89

0,93

0,91

Comp.
Komp.-Leistungsaufnahme
power consumption

kW

Kompressortyp
Compressor
type

1 1

EERmax (ALD...A/G)

R407C

Comp.
Komp.-Leistungsaufnahme
power consumption

kW

1 1
Kompressortyp
Compressor
type

EERmax (ALD...A/G)

R410A

DX-cooling
DX-Klteleistung
cap. R134a
R134a total
kW
24C/50% r.F.
sensibel
sensible
Ratio
sens./total
Verhltnis
sens./total
Comp.
Komp.-Leistungsaufnahme
power consumption

kW

Kompressortyp
Compressor
type

1 1

EERmax (ALD...A/G)

R134a

3,9

5,2

5,6

6,4

6,4

7,4

8,5

8,5

9,3

11,0

C21

C23

C24

C25

C25

C26

C27

C27

C28

C30

4,50

4,33

4,32

4,28

4,38

4,33

4,22

4,38

4,16

4,15

17,7
17,7

20,4
20,4

25,3
25,3

26,2
26,2

27,8
27,8

33,1
33,1

37,8
34,9

38,7
38,7

0,92

3,3

3,8

5,0

5,3

5,3

6,7

7,7

7,7

C5

C13

C15

C16

C16

C17

C18

C18

4,92

4,64

4,44

4,30

4,56

4,24

4,30

4,45

kg

2,9

3,3

3,7

3,9

4,4

4,6

4,8

4,9

5,1

5,6

Wasservolumenstrom
G
Water
ow G

m/h

1,9

2,2

2,8

3,1

3,2

3,7

4,1

4,2

4,7

5,6

wasserseitig
dp water
side G G

kPa

13

18

17

20

15

20

24

18

23

25

Luftvolumenstrom
Airow

m/h

5500

6500

7200

7500

9000

2
RefrigerantGcharge
G2
Fllmenge

Ventilatoranzahl
Number of fans

10000 10000 11000 13400 14000

Downow
Max. externer
external static
statischer
pressure
Druck

Pa

450

450

450

450

450

450

450

450

450

450

Schalldruckpegel
Sound pressure level

dBA

45,9

49,4

51,6

52,5

47,1

49,3

49,3

49,4

53,5

54,5

Vent.-Leistungsaufnahme
Fan
power consumption

kW

0,3

0,6

0,7

0,8

0,8

1,1

1,1

1,0

1,8

2,0

Upow
Max. external
pressure
externer static
statischer
Druck

Pa

450

450

450

450

450

450

450

450

450

450

Sound pressure level


Schalldruckpegel

dBA

46,9

50,1

52,2

53,0

48,7

50,7

50,7

50,6

54,5

55,4

Fan
power consumption
Vent.-Leistungsaufnahme

kW

0,4

0,7

0,9

1,0

1,0

1,3

1,3

1,2

2,1

2,3

Cabinet
size
Baugre
3

For electrical data, heating and humidier equipment see page 30.
2
The indicated refrigerant charge is valid for R407C, R410A and R134a, for A units for all sizes it is: 1,0 kg
For the refrigerant R22 the charge is for all sizes and versions: 0,5 kg.
3
For dimensions and weights see page 29.
4
Data with reduced air ow, details on request.
1

E/0708/13/25

4.5 Technical Data - ALD/U ... A/G - 2-circuits


Modell
Type

402

452

512

552

612

702

DX-cooling cap. R407C


DX-Klteleistung
R407C total
kW
24C/50% r.h.
r.F.
sensibel
sensible

41,7
38,8

47,3
44,6

54,4
49,2

56,1
56,1

63,3
63,3

72,6
68,3

Verhltnis
sens./total
Ratio
sens./total

0,93

0,94

0,90

0,94

8,4

9,6

11,2

11,2

12,6

15,0

C4

C5

C13

C13

C14

C15

Comp.
Komp.-Leistungsaufnahme
power consumption

kW

Kompressortyp
Compressor
type

1 1

4,44

4,22

4,12

4,32

4,11

3,99

DX-cooling
DX-Klteleistung
cap. R410A
R410A total
kW
24C/50% r.F.
sensibel
sensible

EERmax (ALD...A/G)

R407C

43,1
39,4

49,9
45,7

53,9
48,9

54,74
50,94

63,04
59,04

63,3
59,8

Verhltnis
sens./total
Ratio
sens./total

0,91

0,92

0,91

0,93

0,94

0,94

9,0

10,4

11,2

11,2

12,8

12,8

C22

C23

C24

C24

C25

C26

4,31

4,16

4,08

4,21

4,04

3,96

38,7
38,7

44,3
44,3

50,1
47,5

52,5
52,5

56,0
56,0

66,0
66,0

0,95

7,8

8,6

10,0

10,0

10,6

13,4

Comp.
Komp.-Leistungsaufnahme
power consumption

kW

Kompressortyp
Compressor
type

1 1

EERmax (ALD...A/G)

R410A

DX-cooling
DX-Klteleistung
cap. R134a
R134a total
kW
24C/50% r.F.
sensibel
sensible
Verhltnis
sens./total
Ratio
sens./total
Komp.-Leistungsaufnahme
Comp. power consumption

kW

Kompressortyp
Compressor
type

C13

C14

C15

C15

C16

C17

4,40

4,34

4,18

4,45

4,18

3,98

kg

2,7

2,9

3,7

4,0

4,4

4,6

Wasservolumenstrom
G
Water
ow G

m/h

4,2

4,8

5,5

5,7

6,3

7,3

wasserseitig
dp water
side G G

kPa

16

21

27

17

21

28

Luftvolumenstrom
Airow

m/h

11000

13000

14000

16000

18500

19500

1 1

EERmax (ALD...A/G)

R134a

2
RefrigerantGcharge
G2
Fllmenge

Ventilatoranzahl
Number of fans
Downow
Max. externer
external static
statischer
pressure
Druck

Pa

450

450

450

450

450

450

Schalldruckpegel
Sound pressure level

dBA

49,4

52,9

54,5

51,6

54,7

55,8

Vent.-Leistungsaufnahme
Fan
power consumption

kW

1,0

1,6

2,0

1,8

2,8

3,2

Upow
Max. external
pressure
externer static
statischer
Druck

Pa

450

450

450

450

450

450

Sound pressure level


Schalldruckpegel

dBA

50,6

53,9

55,4

52,9

55,8

56,8

Fan
power consumption
Vent.-Leistungsaufnahme

kW

1,2

1,9

2,3

2,2

3,2

3,7

Cabinet
size
Baugre
3

For electrical data, heating and humidier equipment see page 30.
2
The indicated refrigerant charge is valid per refrigerant circuit for R407C, R410A and R134a, for A units for all sizes it is: 1,0 kg
For the refrigerant R22 the charge is for all sizes and versions: 0,5 kg.
3
For dimensions and weights see page 29.
4
Data with reduced air ow, details on request.
1

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4.6 Technical Data - ALD/U ... GE - 1-circuit


Modell
Type

181

211

261

291

311

361

401

411

451

531

DX-cooling cap. R407C


DX-Klteleistung
R407C total
kW
24C/50% r.h.
r.F.
sensibel
sensible

18,6
18,6

21,6
21,6

27,6
25,5

30,2
27,0

31,3
31,3

36,6
34,4

40,6
36,0

41,7
38,8

46,4
46,4

54,4
49,2

0,92

0,89

0,94

0,89

0,93

0,90

3,7

4,2

5,6

6,3

6,3

7,5

8,4

8,4

9,7

11,6

C3

C4

C13

C14

C14

C15

C16

C16

C17

C18

Verhltnis
sens./total
Ratio
sens./total
Comp.
Komp.-Leistungsaufnahme
power consumption

kW

Kompressortyp
Compressor
type

1 1

4,65

4,50

4,38

4,25

4,41

4,26

4,27

4,44

4,03

4,00

DX-cooling
DX-Klteleistung
cap. R410A
R410A total
kW
24C/50% r.F.
sensibel
sensible

EER

R407C

18,94
17,34

25,1
23,2

27,2
25,3

30,8
27,2

31,54
29,54

36,8
34,5

40,5
35,9

41,6
38,8

46,2
46,2

53,9
48,9

Verhltnis
sens./total
Ratio
sens./total

0,92

0,92

0,93

0,88

0,94

0,94

0,89

0,93

0,91

3,9

5,2

5,6

6,4

6,4

7,4

8,5

8,5

9,3

11,0

C21

C23

C24

C25

C25

C26

C27

C27

C28

C30

4,50

4,33

4,32

4,28

4,38

4,33

4,22

4,38

4,16

4,15

17,7
17,7

20,4
20,4

25,3
25,3

26,2
26,2

27,8
27,8

33,1
33,1

37,8
34,9

38,7
38,7

0,92

3,3

3,8

5,0

5,3

5,3

6,7

7,7

7,7

Comp.
Komp.-Leistungsaufnahme
power consumption

kW

Kompressortyp
Compressor
type

1 1

EER

R410A

DX-cooling
DX-Klteleistung
cap. R134a
R134a total
kW
24C/50% r.F.
sensibel
sensible
Ratio
sens./total
Verhltnis
sens./total
Comp.
Komp.-Leistungsaufnahme
power consumption

kW

Kompressortyp
Compressor
type

C5

C13

C15

C16

C16

C17

C18

C18

4,92

4,64

4,44

4,30

4,56

4,24

4,30

4,45

CW-Klteleistung
CW-cooling capacity
total
kW
24C/50% r.F.
r.h.
sensibel
sensible

19,6
18,5

22,5
21,4

26,9
24,8

28,9
26,3

32,2
29,9

36,6
33,5

38,9
35,0

39,0
36,4

46,0
42,9

51,2
46,7

Verhltnis
sens./total
Ratio
sens./total

1 1

EER

R134a

0,94

0,95

0,92

0,91

0,93

0,92

0,90

0,93

0,93

0,91

kg

2,9

3,3

3,7

3,9

4,1

4,4

4,6

4,7

5,1

5,6

Wasservolumenstrom
Water
ow

m/h

4,3

4,9

6,3

7,0

7,2

8,3

9,3

9,4

10,8

12,5

wasserseitig
- Sommer
dp water
side - summer

kPa

59

76

67

82

66

86

107

61

80

105

dp wasserseitig
- Winter
water side - winter

kPa

43

56

45

56

54

71

89

40

52

70

GE-Registerinhalt
GE coil content

dm

Refrigerant
Fllmenge 2charge 2

Ventilgre
(2-Wege)
Valve
size (2-way)

9,6

14,3

18,3

1 1/4"

1 1/4"

1 1/4"

1 1/4"

1 1/2"

1 1/2"

5500

6500

7200

7500

9000

10000 10000 11000 13400 14000

Pa

450

450

450

450

450

450

450

450

450

450

Schalldruckpegel
Sound pressure level

dBA

46,3

49,9

52,0

52,9

48,4

50,5

50,5

50,4

54,5

55,5

Vent.-Leistungsaufnahme
Fan
power consumption

kW

0,4

0,6

0,8

0,9

1,0

1,3

1,3

1,2

2,1

2,3

Pa

450

450

450

450

450

450

450

450

450

450

Sound pressure level


Schalldruckpegel

dBA

47,5

50,7

52,8

53,6

49,9

51,9

51,9

51,7

55,5

56,4

Fan
power consumption
Vent.-Leistungsaufnahme

kW

0,5

0,7

1,0

1,1

1,2

1,5

1,5

1,4

2,4

2,7

Airow
Luftvolumenstrom

m/h

Ventilatoranzahl
Number of fans

1 1/2"

1 1/2"

1 1/2"

1 1/2"

Downow
Max. externer
external static
statischer
pressure
Druck

Upow
Max. external
pressure
externer static
statischer
Druck

Cabinet
size
Baugre
3

For electrical data, heating and humidier equipment see page 30.
The indicated refrigerant charge is valid for R407C, R410A and R134a.
For the refrigerant R22 the charge is for all sizes: 0,5 kg.
3
For dimensions and weights see page 29.
4
Data with reduced air ow, details on request.
1
2

E/0708/13/27

4.7 Technical Data - ALD/U ... GE - 2-circuits


Type
Modell

402

452

512

552

612

702

802

862

1062

DX-cooling
DX-Klteleistung
cap. R407C
R407C total
kW
24C/50% r.h.
r.F.
sensible
sensibel

41,7
38,8

47,3
44,6

54,4
49,2

56,1
56,1

63,3
63,3

72,6
68,3

81,3
74,4

89,5
80,3

104,5
88,9

Verhltnis
sens./total
Ratio
sens./total

0,93

0,94

0,90

0,94

0,92

0,90

0,85

8,4

9,6

11,2

11,2

12,6

15,0

16,8

19,2

23,0

Comp.
Komp.-Leistungsaufnahme
power consumption

kW

Kompressortyp
Compressor
type

C4

C5

C13

C13

C14

C15

C16

C17

C18

4,44

4,22

4,12

4,32

4,11

3,99

3,78

3,58

3,48

DX-cooling
DX-Klteleistung
cap. R410A
R410A total
kW
24C/50% r.F.
sensible
sensibel

43,1
39,4

49,9
45,7

53,9
48,9

54,74
50,94

63,04
59,04

63,3
59,8

81,4
74,5

90,4
80,7

104,2
88,7

Verhltnis
sens./total
Ratio
sens./total

0,91

0,92

0,91

0,93

0,94

0,94

0,92

0,89

0,85

9,0

10,4

11,2

11,2

12,8

12,8

17,0

18,6

22,0

C22

C23

C24

C24

C25

C26

C27

C28

C29

4,31

4,16

4,08

4,21

4,04

3,96

3,75

3,70

3,59

38,7
38,7

44,3
44,3

50,1
47,5

52,5
52,5

56,0
56,0

66,0
66,0

76,4
72,5

0,95

0,95

1 1

EER

R407C

Comp.
Komp.-Leistungsaufnahme
power consumption

kW

Kompressortyp
Compressor
type

1 1

EER

R410A

DX-cooling
DX-Klteleistung
cap. R134a
R134a total
kW
24C/50% r.F.
sensible
sensibel
Ratio
sens./total
Verhltnis
sens./total
Comp.
Komp.-Leistungsaufnahme
power consumption

7,8

8,6

10,0

10,0

10,6

13,4

15,4

C13

C14

C15

C15

C16

C17

C18

4,40

4,34

4,18

4,45

4,18

3,98

3,80

CW-cooling
CW-Klteleistung
capacity
total
kW
24C/50% r.h.
r.F.
sensible
sensibel

41,7
38,8

45,4
42,1

51,2
46,7

56,5
52,2

64,3
59,2

71,3
64,3

77,1
69,1

86,5
75,7

95,6
81,7

Verhltnis
sens./total
Ratio
sens./total

0,93

0,93

0,91

0,92

0,92

0,90

0,90

0,88

0,85

kg

2,6

2,9

3,7

3,9

4,4

4,6

4,6

4,6

5,2

Wasservolumenstrom
Water
ow

m/h

9,4

10,8

12,5

13,1

14,6

16,7

18,0

21,0

24,0

wasserseitig
- Sommer
dp water
side - summer

kPa

79

104

101

78

96

125

72

97

126

wasserseitig
- Winter
dp water
side - winter

kPa

70

93

86

72

89

117

83

112

144

GE-Registerinhalt
GE
coil content

dm

kW

1 1
Kompressortyp
Compressor
type

EER

R134a

Refrigerant
Fllmenge charge
2

Ventilgre
(2-Wege)
Valve
size (2-way)
Airow
Luftvolumenstrom

m/h

Ventilatoranzahl
Number
of fans

22,9

27,5

27,5

1 1/2"

1 1/2"

1 1/2"

2"

2"

2"

2"

2"

2"

11000

13000

14000

16000

18500

19500

21000

22500

24000

Downow
Max. external
externer static
statischer
pressure
Druck

Pa

450

450

450

450

450

450

410

320

220

Schalldruckpegel
Sound
pressure level

dBA

50,4

53,9

55,5

52,9

55,9

57,0

58,6

60,1

61,5

Vent.-Leistungsaufnahme
Fan
power consumption

kW

1,2

1,9

2,3

2,2

3,3

3,8

4,7

5,8

7,0

Upow
Max. external
pressure
externer static
statischer
Druck

Pa

450

450

450

450

450

450

280

280

180

Sound
pressure level
Schalldruckpegel

dBA

51,7

54,9

56,4

54,1

57,0

58,1

61,0

61,0

62,3

Fan
power consumption
Vent.-Leistungsaufnahme

kW

1,4

2,2

2,7

2,5

3,8

4,4

6,5

6,5

7,8

Cabinet
size
Baugre
3

For electrical data, heating and humidier equipment see page 30.
2
The indicated refrigerant charge is valid per refrigerant circuit for R407C, R410A and R134a.
For the refrigerant R22 the charge is for all sizes: 0,5 kg.
3
For dimensions and weights see page 29.
4
Data with reduced air ow, details on request.
1

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4.8 Dimensions
Cabinet
Baugre
size

1000

1400

1750

2150

2550

Breite
Width

mm

Hhe
Height

mm

1980

Depth
Tiefe

mm

890

4.9 Weights
Standard Units ASD/ASU [kg]
1-circuit

181

211

261

291

311

361

401

411

451

531

D
U

352
343

353
344

373
364

377
368

453
452

453
452

455
454

530
503

532
505

532
505

D
U

355
346

356
347

378
369

383
374

460
459

460
459

461
460

538
511

540
513

541
514

ACW

D
U

372
363

372
363

393
384

396
384

480
479

481
480

482
481

574
547

575
548

576
549

GCW

D
U

377
368

377
368

400
391

403
394

490
489

490
489

491
490

584
557

585
558

586
559

402

452

512

552

612

702

802

862

1062

2-circuits
A

D
U

556
529

556
529

589
562

672
650

680
658

682
660

805
768

807
770

808
771

D
U

563
536

564
537

597
570

691
669

693
671

694
672

823
786

825
788

827
790

ACW

D
U

600
573

600
573

633
606

733
711

740
718

742
720

883
846

884
847

885
848

GCW

D
U

607
580

608
581

641
614

744
722

751
729

754
732

899
862

900
863

905
868

Low-Energy Units ALD/ALU [kg]


1-circuit

181

211

261

291

311

361

401

411

451

531

D
U

451
450

452
451

468
467

472
471

563
536

563
536

565
538

633
611

635
613

635
613

D
U

458
457

458
457

475
474

479
478

573
546

573
546

574
547

647
625

648
626

649
627

GE

D
U

470
469

470
469

487
486

488
487

584
557

585
558

587
560

661
639

662
640

663
641

402

452

512

552

612

702

802

862

1062

2-circuits
A

D
U

681
659

681
659

714
692

845
808

852
815

854
817

D
U

700
678

700
678

733
711

878
841

880
843

881
844

GE

D
U

714
692

716
694

748
726

886
849

893
856

902
865

914
877

916
879

916
879

E/0708/13/29

4.10 Electrical Data - 400V / 3ph / 50Hz


Electrical Heating
Currents
Strme
Ventilator
Fan

Nom. power [kW]


Nennleistung
[kW]

FLA [A] LRA [A]


4,70

6,11

Stages
Stufen

total
Gesamt

Nom.
current[A]
[A]
Nennstrom
L1 - L2 - L3

8,7 - 8,7 - 8,7

13,1 - 13,1 - 13,1

Compressor
Kompressor FLA [A]* LRA [A]
C3

7,4

65,5

6+6

12

17,5 - 17,5 - 17,5

C4

7,6

74

9+6

15

21,8 - 21,8 - 21,8

C5

9,5 (7,8)

101

9+9

18

26,2 - 26,2 - 26,2

C13

10,9 (9,5)

95

6+6+6

18

26,2 - 26,2 - 26,2

C14

12

111

9+6+6

21

30,6 - 30,6 - 30,6

C15

14,1 (11,5)

118

9+9+6

24

34,9 - 34,9 - 34,9

C16

15,1 (11,7)

118

9+9+9

27

39,2 - 39,2 - 39,2

C17

16,3 (14,7)

140

C18

20,3 (16,6)

185

C20

6,7

64

Hum.capacity[kg/h]
Bef.leistung [kg/h]

Nom.
current[A]
[A]
Nennstrom

Nom. power [kW]


Nennleistung
[kW]

C21

6,9

64

5,4

3,75

C22

74

8,7

6,0

C23

10,1

101

10

10,8

7,5

C24

10,5

95

15

16,2

11,25

C25

12

111

C26

14

118

C27

16,9

118

C28

18,2

140

C29

21,8

173

Steam humidier

* values in brackets are valid for the operation with R134a.

FLA: Full load amp - nominal current


LRA: Locked rotor amp
Humidier- & Heating Assignment to the construction sizes
DX

Cabinet
Baugre
size
Humidifying
Befeuchtungsleistung
capacity

kW

Heizleistung
StufeStage
2
Heating
capacity
2

kW

Heizleistung
StufeStage
3
Heating
capacity
3

kW

Max. max.
Gesamtheizleistung
Total
heating capacity kW

5/8/10/15

2/1*

Heizleistung
StufeStage
1
Heating
capacity
1

5/8

kg/h

Max.
Max. n
mgliche
of heating
Heizstufen
stages

3
6/9
6/9

6/9

18

27

*For upow units with cabinet size 1 only one heating stage can be installed.

E/0708/13/30

4.11 Dimensional drawings


Cabinet size 1

Cabinet size 2

1400

1000

Cabinet size 3

Cabinet size 4

2150
10

1750

Cabinet size 5

35

Side view

1980

(for all sizes)

2550

890

E/0708/13/31

5. Transport / Storage
5.1 Delivery of units
Stulz A/C units are mounted on pallets and packed several times in plastic lm. They must always be transported upright on the pallets.
Units of the version A are delivered with 1 kg refrigerant charge.
Units of the version G contain the complete refrigerant charge.
Construction of protective covering
(from inside to outside)
1.
2.
3.

Neopolene cushioning
Shrink lm
Additional board in container shipments

The following information can be found on the packing.


1) Stulz logo
2) Stulz order number
3) Type of unit
4) Packing piece - contents
5) Warning symbols
also upon request
6) Gross weight
7) Net weight
8) Dimensions
9) Customer order number
10) Additional customer requirements

When delivery is accepted, the unit is to be checked against the delivery note for completeness and checked for external damage which is to be recorded on the consignment note
in the presence of the freight forwarder.

The delivery note can be found on the A/C unit when delivered.
The shipment is made ex works, in case of shipment damages, please assert your claim
towards the carrier.
Hidden damage is to be reported in writing within 6 days of delivery.

5.2 Transport
The Stulz A/C units can be moved by lifting devices with ropes, for this the ropes have to be xed at the
pallet, and the upper unit edges have to be protected by wooden laths or metal brackets in such a way that
they could not be caved in.
You can move the unit still packaged on the pallet with a fork lift, if you take care that the centre of gravity is
within the fork surface. Take care that the unit is in an upright position at the transport.

Never move the unit on rollers and never transport it without pallet on a fork lift, for the risk
of distorting the frame.

5.3 Storage
If you put the unit into intermediate storage before the installation, the following measures have to be carried
out to protect the unit from damage and corrosion:
Make sure that the water connections are provided with protective hoods. If the intermediate storage
exceeds 2 months, we recommend lling the pipes with nitrogen.
the temperature at the storage point should not be higher than 42C, and the site should not be exposed
to direct sunlight.
the unit should be stored packaged to avoid the risk of corrosion especially of the condenser ns.

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6. Installation
6.1 Positioning
Check that the installation site is appropriated for the unit weight, which you can read in the technical data.
The A/C unit is designed for the inside installation on a level base. The solid base frame contributes signicantly to an even weight distribution. When selecting the installation site take into account the necessary
clearances for the maintenance and the air ow.

1m

0,5m

The unit may not be operated in an explosive atmosphere!

Maintenance clearance
Air intake area for Downow units and air
outlet area for Upow units without duct
connection

6.2 Air side connection (optional)


For the air side connection exist different options, which are delivered completely assembled. These options
need only to be connected with the A/C unit on site.

Discharge plenum
width: according to the unit width
depth: according to the unit depth
height: 500 mm

Sound insulation plenum


width: according to the unit width
depth: according to the unit depth
height: 500/800 mm

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Duct
width: according to the unit width
depth: according to the unit depth
height: 500/800 mm

Duct set on system with bag lter


width: according to the unit width
depth: according to the unit depth
height: 500/800 mm

Unit base
width: unit width minus 40 mm
depth: 865 mm
height: 450 mm

Unit base with grilles


width: unit width minus 40 mm
depth: 865 mm
height: 450 mm

Unit base with damper


width: unit width minus 40 mm
depth: 865 mm
height: 450 mm

Unit base with exible connection


width: unit width minus 40 mm
depth: 865 mm
height: 450 mm

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6.3 Connection of the piping


6.3.1 Position of the refrigerant connections (A/ACW units)
Downow unit (A version)

Upow unit (ACW version)

454

Chilled water
piping

144

128

Pipe entrance
area for refrigerant lines
63
43

144

454

98

Pipe entrance area for


chilled water piping,
see page 48 also.
Diameter of refrigerant lines (1 circuit)
Gert
Unit

181

211

261

291

311

361

401

411

451

531

Druckleitung
Pressure
line

16

16

16

22

22

22

22

22

22

22

Flssigkeitsleitung
Liquid
line

10

12

12

16

16

16

16

16

16

16

Diameter of refrigerant lines (2 circuits)


Gert
Unit

402

452

512

552

612

702

802

862

1062

Druckleitung
Pressure
line

16

16

16

16

22

22

22

22

22

Flssigkeitsleitung
Liquid
line

12

12

12

12

16

16

16

16

16

The refrigerant connections are located near the compressor and are labelled by the inscriptions "pressure
pipe" and "liquid pipe" respectively "pressure pipe 1" and "pressure pipe 2" etc. for 2-circuit units.
The lines to be connected have to be soldered.
For the connection of the external pipework please note the pipe entrance area shown on top of the page.

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6.3.2 Refrigerant Piping


All work on refrigeration systems may only be carried out by competent staff or by STULZ
customer service

6.3.2.1 Selection of pressure and liquid line


-

Establish the shortest route for pipework from the unit to the condenser. Exceptions only when
unnecessary bends are to be avoided.
Determine the required pipe ttings/specials between the unit and condenser.
With the aid of table No. 1, convert the pressure loss of the individual ttings into equivalent pipe
lengths, look up equivalent pipe lengths for pipe specials and ttings, add these to the real pipe
lengths.
Select the pipe dimensions from diagram No. 1 on the following page corresponding to the calculated overall pipe length and refrigeration output.

Precautions for pressure line, if the condenser is higher than the unit.
-

To ensure oil return in ascending hot gas lines, particularly at part load, the minimum refrigeration
capacity must not fall below the value stated on table 2 of the following page, for the corresponding
pipe size.
An oil separator must be installed in systems with a pipe length above 25 m.
Oil traps (even when an oil separator is installed) are to be installed every 5-6 m (illustr. 3, p. 42).
The horizontal lines must always be routed with a slope towards the condenser.

Recommendation for liquid lines:


With liquid refrigerant, bubbles can form upstream of the expansion valve. This is always the case when
the ambient temperature is higher than the temperature of the liquid line (approx. +30C) upstream of the
expansion valve. In this case insulation with Armaex or equivalent material with a wall thickness of 9 mm is
recommended for lines outside the unit. A thicker insulation is not required as the insulating effect increases
only insignicantly as the wall thickness increases.

Precautions for pressure lines:


Pressure lines can reach a temperature of up to +80C and should be insulated inside the building at places, where
a possibility of contact exists (risk of burn!).

Table 1: Pressure drop of pipe ttings/specials in metres for equivalent pipe length

Copper
Kupferrohr
pipe

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Bogen
Bend

Winkel
Angle

T-Stck
T-piece

Auen --
outside
mm
mm

45

90

180

90

10

0,16

0,20

0,53

0,32

0,20

12

0,21

0,27

0,70

0,42

0,27

15

0,24

0,30

0,76

0,48

0,30

18

0,26

0,36

0,87

0,54

0,36

22

0,27

0,42

0,98

0,61

0,42

28

0,39

0,51

1,20

0,79

0,51

35

0,51

0,70

1,70

1,00

0,70

42

0,64

0,80

1,90

1,20

0,80

R407C

Selection of the pipe diameters


Diagrams for designing the refrigerant lines
Outside diameter in mm

100

22

50

18

30

16

20

12

10
7

10

Overall pipe length in m

Liquid lines
depending on the overall pipe
lengths and refrigeration outputs
with a permissible pressure loss
of: 15 kPa

28

70

5
3

10

20

30

50

70

100

Refrigeration output in kW

Outside diameter in mm

100

35

50
30

28

20

22

Further conditions:
tc = 45C
to = 3C
Subcooling: 3K
Superheating: 7K

18

10

16

7
5

12

Overall pipe length in m

Pressure lines
depending on the overall pipe
lengths and refrigeration outputs
with a permissible pressure loss
of: 30 kPa

42

70

10

10

20

30

50

70

100

Refrigeration output in kW
Table 2: Selecting the pipe lines
Minimum refrigeration outputs which are required for oil transportation in rising pipes of pressure lines for
R407C at tc (dew point) 48C.
Pipe
diameter
Rohrdurchmesser

mm

15

18

22

28

35

42

Refrig.
capacity
Klteleistung

kW

4,41

5,17

7,14

10,0

16,58

25,9

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R410A

Selection of the pipe diameters


Diagrams for designing the refrigerant lines
Outside diameter in mm

100

28

70

Liquid lines
depending on the overall pipe
lengths and refrigeration outputs
with a permissible pressure loss
of: 15 kPa

50

18
16

20

12

10
7

10

Overall pipe length in m

22

30

5
3

10

20

30

50

70

100

Refrigeration output in kW

Outside diameter in mm

100

42

70

28

30
20

22
18

10

16

7
5

12

Overall pipe length in m

35

50

10

10

20

30

Refrigeration output in kW
Further conditions:
tc = 45C
to = 3C
Subcooling: 3K
Superheating: 7K

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50

70

100

Pressure lines
depending on the overall pipe
lengths and refrigeration outputs
with a permissible pressure loss
of: 30 kPa

R134a

Selection of the pipe diameters


Diagrams for designing the refrigerant lines
Outside diameter in mm

100

28

70
50

22
18

Overall pipe length in m

30

Liquid lines
depending on the overall
pipe lengths and refrigeration
outputs with a permissible
pressure loss of: 15 kPa

20

16

10

12

10

5
3

10

20

30

50

70

100

Refrigeration output in kW

Outside diameter in mm
54

100
70

35

30

28

20

22

10

18

7
5

16

Overall pipe length in m

42

50

Pressure lines
depending on the overall pipe
lengths and refrigeration outputs
with a permissible pressure loss
of: 30 kPa

12
10
5

10

20

30

50

70

100

Refrigeration output in kW
Further conditions:
tc = 45C
to = 3C
Subcooling: 3K
Superheating: 7K

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R22

Selection of the pipe diameters


Diagrams for designing the refrigerant lines
Outside diameter in mm

100

22

50

18

30

16

20

12

10
7

10

Overall pipe length in m

Liquid lines
depending on the overall pipe
lengths and refrigeration outputs
with a permissible pressure loss
of: 15 kPa

28

70

5
3

10

20

30

50

70

100

Refrigeration output in kW

Outside diameter in mm
54

100

42

70

35

30

28

20

22

10

18
16

7
5
3

12

Overall pipe length in m

50

10
5

10

20

30

Refrigeration output in kW

Further conditions:
tc = 45C
to = 3C
Subcooling: 3K
Superheating: 7K

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50

70

100

Pressure lines
depending on the overall pipe
lengths and refrigeration outputs
with a permissible pressure loss
of: 30 kPa

6.3.2.2 Routing refrigerant-conducting pipes


Never route pipelines through rooms such as conference rooms, rest rooms, ofces etc.

Pipe mountings are to be provided at least every 2 m. The pipe mountings are to be insulated against
vibrations. The rst pipe mounting behind the unit and upstream of the condenser should be exible. So
that the pressure lines can expand, the pipe mountings are to be attached at least 1 m from the bend, in
accordance with sketch No. 1, following page.
-

All copper pipes which pass through masonry must be insulated in this area so that the pipes are protected from damage and a certain exibility is retained.

For routing, only copper pipes are to be used which correspond to the national regulations. Sealing caps
or ends added as ux must be meticulously clean and dry and meet the requirements of refrigeration
engineering.

Before commencing with routing the pipelines, one should ensure that the pipes are dry and clean inside,
by checking whether the sealing caps are seated on the pipe ends and by blowing through the pipes with
nitrogen. If the sealing caps are no longer seated on the pipe ends, the pipes must be cleaned with a
clean non fraying cloth and a spiral and then blown through with nitrogen to remove the remaining dirt.
Furthermore it must be ensured that the remaining pipe is always sealed with a plug after cutting off pipe
ends.

Pipes for refrigerant must always be cut to length with a pipe cutter and then brought to the correct inside
diameter by slightly expanding or calibrating.
Sawing refrigerant pipes is not permitted as the swarf cannot be completely removed and
blockages can occur in the control components or the compressor may be irreparably
damaged. The same can also occur as a result of contaminated pipes.

If copper pipes are ared, the taper of the tube aring tool must be coated lightly with refrigerator oil to
prevent a burr occurring on the copper pipe during the aring process which can enter the pipe. According
to EN 378, pipes with a diameter < 9 mm and > 19 mm may not be ared.

Refrigerant-conducting pipes may only be brazed under nitrogen so that no oxidisation occurs on the
inside of the pipes which also contaminates pipelines.

Before the nal connection is brazed, a screwed connection must be released at the appropriate point so
that no pressure occurs in the pipe system.
After brazing, do not forget to retighten the screwed connection which has been released.
Once the pipework installation is nished, it is mandatory that the system is checked for leaks and for pressure resistance. This must be carried out as follows:
-

The system is lled with dry nitrogen up to the maximum nominal pressure.
The system is shut off, the valve in the system is closed and the nitrogen bottle is removed.
Each connection (including screwed connections) is checked for leaks by brushing on a liquid. In parallel
with this check a pressure gauge is connected on which it can again be checked whether the system is
leaking, the pressure on the pressure gauge being checked for a reasonable period according to the size
of the system.

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Instructions for the routing of refrigerant-conducting pipes

1000

1000

Correct
Mounting the refrigerant
pipes in corners
Sketch 1

Incorrect
Dealing with obstacles
Sketch 2

gas

liquid
Routing pressure lines when
the Condenser is higher
than the compressor.
ca. 5 - 6 m

Use oil separator for rising


pipe longer than 25m.
Sketch 3

liquid

max. 5 m
gas

For height differences of


over 5 m the system must
be designed so as to guarantee additional subcooling
(consult STULZ).
Sketch 4

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6.3.2.3 Evacuating refrigeration systems

Pressure side

Suction side

8
Refrigerant bottle
9

Pressure
1
measuring
station 2

Vacuum
meter
7
3
4

Explanation of the
evacuation process
with reference to the
numbers overleaf.

lling station with


programmable scale

Vacuum pump

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Process

Values

Operation

1. Preparation

Open the valves (1) to (5).


Close the valve (9).

2. Evacuation

70 mbar

Operate the vacuum pump until the


value of 70 mbar is displayed on the
pressure gauge. Stop the vacuum
pump after evacuation.

3. Breaking vacuum

0,98 bar

Close the valves (3), (4) and (5).


Open the valve (9) and ll refrigerant whilst the high pressure
gauge (6) and the low pressure
gauge (7) are observed. When
the value of 0,98 bar is reached,
close valve (9).

4. Waiting time

5 minutes

5. Disposal

Disposal of refrigerant in accordance with the valid country-specic regulations. (e.g. using disposal
station for FC)

6. Repeat 2. - 5.

1x

as the above items

7. Last evacuation

1-2 mbar

as item 2

8. Completion

Close the suction side valves


(3), (4) and (5). Stop the vacuum
pump.

9. Filling refrigerant

As required by Open the valve (9). Pre-ll the liquid


system
receiver with refrigerant.
The correct amount to be lled must
be determined during the operation
of the compressor.
Close all valves after completing
the lling process.

For reference see the illustration on the previous page.

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6.3.2.4 Filling systems with R407C refrigerants


- Connect the unit electrically as described on top of page 50.
- Turn the main switch to the ON position (the C7000 controller should now be in the Stop mode).
- Switch on the control-circuit fuses.
- Do not switch on neither power switches nor the controller.
C7000AT:
- Select the Cong menu.
- Enter the password.
- Go to menu "CompoNon-return valve
Safety valve
(option)
nents/Manual oper./
Cooling/Valves.
- Change the parameter
in the column "EN" line
Condenser
Receiver
"EEV 1" from "0" to
"1".
Open stop
- Set the parameter in
valves !
TCE
the column "Value"
of the same line to
100%.
Compressor
C7000IOC:
- Enter the command:
"eev 1 hand 1" and
external installation
"eev 1 handon 100".
The expansion valve is
now completely open.
- Open the stop valves.
PZH
PSL
- Fill the refrigerant cirA/C unit
cuit with refrigerant.
-

Systems without refrigerant receiver or sight glass must always be lled according to weight.

Systems with refrigerant receiver should be lled according to weight but can also be lled by checking
the sight glass.
If you use the refrigerant R407C, please note that R407C is a ternary blend. Take care that
you add refrigerant in a liquid state, as the ratio of the refrigerant components changes if
one of the three compounds passes over into the gaseous phase.

Before the system is lled with refrigerant, it must be clean and dry inside. (Refer to evacuation instructions). Then proceed as follows:
The standing refrigerant bottle is connected to the suction side via a pressure gauge station. The weight
is noted shortly before lling. The specied amount of refrigerant is now added when the system is operating. During lling the pressure in the refrigerant bottle will adjust to that of the system. Filling is then no
longer necessary.
This can be seen by the icing up of the bottle or by checking the pressure gauge. The bottle valve must
then be closed until a pressure increase has taken place which is above the suction pressure of the
system. This process can be accelerated if the bottle is wrapped in hot moist towels or it is placed in a
water bath at a maximum temperature of 50C.
Never heat up the refrigerant bottle with a naked ame as there is a risk of explosion.

For R410A, R134a: Refer to the special requirements of the refrigerant manufacturer.

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Hazards with incorrectly lled systems


Overlling
Overlling the system inevitably results in a high condensing pressure. The high pressure switch can trigger
as a result.

Underlling
A system which is insufciently lled results in the following:
Output reduction due to evaporation temperatures which are too low and triggering of the low pressure switch.
Excessive overheating temperature which can result in compressor damage.

Recommended superheating: 7 - 10 K
Recommended subcooling:
>2K

In A-units of the CyberAir series, in contrast to the precedent Modular Line series, no nonreturn valve is installed upstream the liquid receiver as standard.
Only in case of very long pipework from the condenser to the unit and with low outside temperatures it may
be useful to install a non-return valve near the condenser to prevent a reverse ow of refrigerant to the
condenser when the unit is stopped and to avoid a possible low pressure fault at the unit start. Such a nonreturn valve can be obtained as an option from Stulz. (The C7000 controller provides the feature to adjust
a winter start delay of 0-255 seconds. For this time, the monitoring of the low pressure is inhibited.) A long
refrigerant line from the non-return valve to the receiver provides an additional buffer to cushion a possible
excessive pressure at unfavourable operating conditions.

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6.3.3 Water piping


External water circuit
To seal the water circuit you must connect the unit to a chilled water ring mains, which contains for the generation of cold water either a chiller or a dry cooler or cooling tower. If the water quality is insufcient, we
recommend the additional installation of a ne mesh strainer.
For an efcient protection against corrosion, the anti-freezing agent is mostly sufcient, which should be used
if the water temperature passes under 5C or if the outside temperature is less than 0C. We recommend to
Mont.EPS
add the following quantities of ethylenglycol (indicated as percentage of weight of the water quantity) :
water or outside air temperature

ethylenglycol

from +5 to -5C
from -5 to -10C
from -10 to -15C
from -15 to -20C
from -20 to -25C

10%
20%
28%
35%
40%

correction coefcient for the pressure


drop in the water circuit when using
ethylenglycol

1.50
1.45
1.40
1.35
1.30
1.25

50%

1.20

40%

1.15

30%

1.10

20%

1.05

10%

-10

-8

-6

-4

-2

average chilled water temperature (C)


For connecting the unit to the external system remove the protective caps
from the anges of the water pipes.
Water remaining from the test run may escape when the protective caps are removed.
The water connections are executed in the shape of a screw connection
with a soldering connection. Solder the part with the external thread of the
connection to the external pipes and screw the lines of the external system
to the lines of the unit respecting the designation at the unit.

Union screwed connection

If any seals are missing, these must only be replaced by glycolresistant rubber seals.
Insulate the water pipes with the insulating material supplied, to prevent the
introduction of ambient air heat as well as possible.
Screw the water pipes of the A/C unit together with the local water pipes of
the dry-cooler or the chiller.
Fill and bleed air from the cooling water circuit by means of the lling connections and the schrader valves for bleeding (see refrigerant diagram).

Water pipe insulation

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Upow unit (GCW version)

144

454

Downow unit (GCW version)

63
128

43

454

144

To connect the piping notice the labels on the pipe ends.

Durchmesser
Diameter

15

30

16

30

22

37

28

46

35

53

42

65

54

82

70

95

S: width across ats


Water pipe diameters (1 ref. circuit)
Gert
Unit

181

211

261

291

311

361

401

411

451

531

Leitung
G/GE
pipes
- G/GE

35

35

35

35

35

35

35

42

42

42

Leitung
- CW
CW
pipes
(for (GCW)
GCW)

35

35

35

35

42

42

42

42

42

42

Water pipe diameters (2 ref. circuits)


Gert
Unit

402

452

512

552

612

702

802

862

1062

Leitung
- G/GE
G/GE
pipes

35

35

35

35

35

42

42

42

54

Leitung
- CW
CW
pipes
(for (GCW)
GCW)

42

42

42

54

54

54

54

54

54

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98

6.3.4 Condensate drain connection


The condensate drain connection is located
in the middle section, right bottom.
The syphon is delivered with the unit and
has to be mounted in the raised oor on site
after the A/C unit has been installed.

60

330

Syphon installation
Ensure that there is a sufcient height difference between the fan pan and the upper bow of the syphon or the
highest part of the drain tube, in order to avoid a water column in the drain syphon caused by the pressure
in the suction area of the A/C unit, which prevents the draining of the condensate water

Example: Static pressure in the suction area:


-300Pa

h = p / ( g)
h = -300Pa / (1000kg/m 10m/s)
h = -3 cm
If the height h is smaller than 3 cm with a pressure of 300 Pa in the suction area, a water column
rests in the drain, the water is not transported
and lls the fan pan. This water can be drawn
dropwise in the fan or can drop out of the unit
if the pan is full.

>10 cm

unit limit

possible installation at the


customer side: funnel

Connect the condensate water drains to the local waste water system.
Comply with the regulations of the local water supply authority.

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6.4 Electrical connection


Ensure that the electric cables are de-energized.
The electric cables are only to be connected by an authorised specialist.
The unit must dipose of an effective earthing.
The power supply system on site and the pre-fuses must be designed for the total current of the unit (see
technical data).
Route the electric cable into the electrics box from below and connect the hree phases to the main switch,
the PE conductor at the PE rail and the neutral conductor at the neutral terminal, in accordance with the
wiring diagram (part of the unit documents) and secure these cables by the pull relief screw.
Make sure that the phase rotation is correct, the rotating eld must turn right !
The scroll compressor is dependent on correct phase rotation. The sense of rotation will be checked at the
factory before dispatch. On site, if the rotating eld of the compressor is incorrect, it must be corrected by
changing two phases of the power supply at the
isolator. An inverse rotating eld can be detected
by a raised compressor noise level and results in
overheating and destruction of the compressor
after several hours of operation.

90

61
125
235

536

Insertion for the power supply cable, Downow

Power supply, Upow

For use of leakage-current (FI) circuit breakers, EN 50178 5.2.11.2 must be taken into account.
Only type B pulse-current FI circuit breakers are permitted. FI circuit breakers do not provide
protection against bodily harm during operation of the unit or frequency converters.
Make sure that the power supply corresponds to the indications on the rating plate and that the
tolerances according to the "Application limits" are not exceeded.
In addition to this, the asymmetry of phase between the conductors may amount to 2% maximally.
The asymmetry of phase is determined by measuring the voltage difference between the phase
conductors. The average value of the voltage differences may not exceed 8 V.

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7. Commissioning
The unit must be installed and connected in accordance
with the chapter on "installation" before initial commissioning.

Make sure that the master switch is off and the unit is de-energized.
Open the electrical compartment door of the unit using the key provided.
Check whether all power switches and control-circuit fuses in the
electrical section of the unit are switched off.
Retighten all screw connections in the electric cabinet.
Verify the smooth function of the contactors.

Electrical
compartment

Power switch off

Power switches

Control-circuit fuses

Master switch

Do not turn the adjustment screw beyond the end of the calibrated scale range, as it may
result in overheating and short-circuit at the consumer or in the destruction of the power
switch.

Adjustment of the power switches according to electrical data sheet.


Switch on the A/C unit at the master switch.
Switch on the control-circuit fuses and the power switches of the fan and
the compressor in sequence.

non-calibrated range

The controller is now supplied with power, so you can use it for adjustments.
Make sure that the heat rejecting system is operating.
A - air-cooled condenser
G, GE - dry cooler
ACW - air-cooled condenser + chiller
GCW - dry cooler + chiller

Switching on
power switch

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Adjust the desired return air temperature at the controller.


Start the A/C unit by pressing the Start/Stop-key on the controller.
Check after 20 minutes operation, whether bubbles are visible in the sight glass of the liquid line. If this
is the case, refrigerant might have escaped by a leak. Check the circuit on leaks, eliminate these and top
up the circuit with R407C in regard of the chapter "Maintenance".
Check the oil level at the compressor in respect of the right level.
The oil level should be between the lower quarter and the middle
of the sight glass.
Check the current consumption of the compressors and the fans
comparing it with the values of the technical data.
Instruct the operational staff of the controller manipulation (refer
to the controller manual).

Controller C7000, Start/stop-key

Oil level at the compressor

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8. Maintenance
8.1 Safety instructions
All maintenance work is to be carried out under strict compliance with the country-specic accident prevention regulations. In particular we refer to the accident prevention regulations for electrical installations,
refrigerating machines and equipment. Non-compliance with the safety instructions can endanger people
and the environment.
Maintenance work is only to be carried out on the units by authorized and qualied specialist staff.
Procedure instructions
Work on the system must always only be carried out when it is shut down. To do this, the unit must
be switched off at the controller and at the master switch. A DO NOT SWITCH ON warning sign
must be displayed.
Live electrical components are to be switched to de-energized and checked to ensure that they
are in the de-energized state.
Some verications must be effected with the unit in operation (measuring the current, pressures,
temperatures). In such a case the unit must only be switched on at the master switch after all
mechanical connections have been carried out. The unit must be switched off immediately after
the measuring procedure.
Warning notes!
When the master switch is switched on and the controller is stopped the power contactors
are live, even if the components are not operating.
At the fan contactor, dangerous voltages occur. Do not open the unit within the rst 5 minutes after disconnection of all phases. Be sure that the unit is being isolated.
In units with 2 or 3 fans dangerous charges of >50C can occur between AC line terminals
and PE after disconnection.
The electronics housing can get hot.
The fans have an operation delay after the unit is stopped ! (Risk of injury)

8.2 Maintenance intervals


Component

Maintenance interval
monthly

Refrigerant circ.
Refrigerant charge
HP/LP switch
Sight glass
Compressor
Expansion valve

Unit in general
Electrics
Mechanics

half-yearly

yearly

x
x
x
x
x

Air circuit
Heat exchanger
Fan
Air lter
Water circuit
Tightness
Condenser

quarterly

x
x

x
x
x
x

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8.3 Refrigerant circuit


Refrigerant charge - Quantity and Purity
Quantity - Check the sight glass and the LP switch.
An unsufcient charge causes the formation of bubbles in the sight glass or in extreme cases the triggering of the LP-switch. An operation with an unsufcient refrigerant quantity over a longer period leads to a
reduction of cooling capacity and to high superheating temperatures, which have a disadvantageous effect
on the compressor lifetime.
If a leak is detected:

let out the refrigerant in a collecting device down to a pressure of 1 barabsolut


connect a vacuum pump via a pressure gauge station on the high and low pressure side
extract the refrigerant by the vacuum pump (not by the compressor !) to approx. 0 barabsolut.
dispose the refrigerant according to the national regulations
ll the circuit with nitrogen to 1 barabsolut
repair the leak
the circuit has to be run dry by several (at least 3x) llings and extractings of nitrogen, eventually
change the lter drier.
ll with R407C according to weight (see technical data)
R407C must be charged in a liquid state, in order that the composition of the refrigerant
does not change.

Quantity - Check the HP switch


An overlling of the circuit makes the condensation pressure rise and by that the power consumption of the
compressor. In the extreme the HP-switch triggers.

Purity - Check the sight glass and the lter drier.


Bubbles in the sight glass indicate that the charge is unsufcient or that the lter drier is clogged.
A pollution of the lter drier, whose origin task is to clear the refrigerant from impurities and humidity, can be
detected by a temperature difference upstream and downstream the lter drier.
Compare the colour indicator in the centre of the sight glass with the outer
ring scale.
purple to blue ---> ok.
rose to red ---> humidity critical.
With too much humidity in the circuit, the expansion valve can freeze. In
addition to this the ester oil in the compressor, which comes in touch with
the refrigerant, takes up humidity and loses its ability to lubricate.
In this case the refrigerant must be completely evacuated and recharged
according to the above described evacuation instruction.
Sight glass

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Compressor
In the compressor there is an ester oil charge, which does not have to be renewed under normal operation
conditions and holds out for the unit's lifetime. However, it is possible that the ester oil, as it reacts hygroscopically, has taken up humidity of the air after repeated recharging of the refrigerant circuit due to repair
works. The interaction between ester oil and water results in the formation of acid. Owing to a hyperacidity,
corrosive processes take place inside the compressor. In this case the ester oil should be exchanged.
The oil level can be checked by looking at the sight glass of the compressor.

Expansion valve
The refrigerant circuit is equipped with a electronic expansion valve, which controls the superheating in the
evaporator.
The superheating is adjusted to 7 K at the factory and may not be modied. The expansion valve can freeze,
if the humidity in the system is excessive.
Do not thaw by soldering ame, danger of explosion ! Thaw with moist warm cloth. Check
the sight glass.

8.4 Air circuit


Heat exchanger (Evaporator / GE/CW-coil)
The heat exchanger consists of copper tubes with aluminium ns. If refrigerant leaks occur, they should
be searched for at the heat exchanger. Beyond that, the heat exchanger is exposed to the air pollution, the
particles of which settle at the ns and reduce the heat transmission the same as raise the air resistance.
The latter shows when the fan current increases.
The heat exchanger can be cleaned by pressurized air which has to be blown opposite to the normal air
ow direction along the ns.

Do not distort the ns while cleaning, this also increases the air resistance !

Fan
The bearings of the fans are lifetime lubricated and do not need maintenance. Check the operation current.
An increased operation current indicates either a higher air resistance by a clogged pre-lter or a winding
short circuit in the fan motor.
The fans are speed controlled in dependance of the required cooling capacity. You can manually modify the
speed at the controller for test purposes, so as to compare the measured current with the values on the
pages with the technical data or with those of the planning tool.

Air lter
A lter monitor controls the state of the lter. As soon as the pressure loss exceeds an adjustable value, a
lter alarm via the controller is released. The controller can be congured such as to compensate the pressure
loss by a higher fan speed, however you should not wait too long for exchanging the lter. The lters can be
accessed by the front doors, depending on the cabinet size the the number of lter elements varies.
The clogged lter elements can not be cleaned with pressurized air, as the lter structure would be destroyed otherwise. When you re-install the lter elements
after the exchange, take care that the side with the
coloured mark (dirt side) is turned away from the
heat exchanger.

Downow units
Cabinet
Baugre
size

Filter 1050 x 453 mm

Filter 1050 x 398 mm

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Upow units
Cabinet
Baugre
size

Filter 700 x 516 mm

Filter 700 x 508 mm

Filter 700 x 502 mm

Filter 700 x 340 mm

Filter 700 x 332 mm

8.5 Water circuit


Tightness
Check the water circuit visually for tightness. Beyond that a level indication at the storage tank, if existant,
can give information about changes of the water quantity. A lack of water in the circuit is replaced by air,
which reduces the heat capacity of the chilled water circuit and is detrimental to the pump.

Condenser (only at G, GE, GCW)


Check the water side pollution of the plate condenser by comparing the cooling water inlet temperature to
the outlet temperature. If the difference is less than 3 K, it indicates a limited heat transmission and thus
pollution.
Another possibility to verify this consists in the comparison of the outlet temperature with the medium condensation temperature (by measuring the condensation pressure at the high pressure side of the compressor).
If this difference exceeds 7 K, the condenser is probably polluted.
In this case the condenser has to be cleaned chemically.

8.6 Unit in general


Electrics
Check the connection terminals for tight xation when the unit is installed and once again after an operation
time of 30 days.

Mechanics
Clean the unit's inside with a vacuum cleaner. Clean pipes simplify the search for leaks. Check the pipes,
the compressor and the condenser for a tight seat. Vibrations of pipes and circuit components can result in
leaks. Check also the insulation of the water piping. Condensing air humidity on cold water pipes means a
loss of cooling capacity.

8.7 Competences
Repairs on the refrigerant circuit
(tightness, lter drier exchange)

Trained refrigeration technician

Repairs on the main components of the refrigerant circuit


(compressor, expansion valve, condenser, evaporator)

Stulz service technician

Repairs on the water circuit (tightness)

Trained service technician

Repairs on the electrics

Trained electrician

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9. Dismantling and disposal


The A/C unit can only be dismantled by qualied specialists.
Switch off the A/C unit at the controller and at the master switch. Switch off power conducting cables to
the unit and secure them against being switched on again. Disconnect the A/C unit from the de-energized
network.
Dispose of the refrigerant in the unit in accordance with the disposal and safety regulations applicable on site

The refrigerant may not be discharged into the atmosphere, but must be returned to the
manufacturer, if it is not reused.
The ester oil in the compressor must also be disposed. As it contains dissolved refrigerant,
it can not be disposed like usual oils, but must be returned to the oil manufacturer.
Disconnect the depressurized refrigerant pipes from the external system (version A/ACW).

If glycol or similar additives had been used, this liquid also has to be collected and disposed
in an appropriate manner and may under no circumstances be introduced in the local waste
water system.
Disconnect the unit from the external water circuit by closing the shut-off valves and drain the water circuit
of the unit (version G/GE/GCW).
Disconnect the depressurized cooling water pipes of the unit from the external system.
Move the unit, as described in the chapter "transport", with a lifting device of sufcient load-carrying capacity.
Dispose of the A/C unit in accordance with the disposal and safety regulations applicable on site. We recommend a recycling company for this. The unit basically contains the raw materials aluminium (heat exchanger),
copper (pipelines, wiring), and iron (condenser, panelling, mounting panel).

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10. Options
10.1 Steam humidier
The steam humidier is an optional extra for your A/C unit. It is installed complete and integrated within
the function and method of operation of the A/C unit. Details concerning the connection assignment for the
power supply can be found in the electrical diagrams in the appendix.
We recommend the installation of an Aqua-stop valve in the water supply of the humidier.
In addition to this, the room, in which the A/C unit with the humidier is installed, should
be equipped with a water detection system.

10.1.1 Description
The humidier uses normal mains water for the production of steam. The conductivity of the water should
be within the range of min. 300 to max. 1250 S/cm. The water is converted directly into steam by means
of electrical energy in a steam cylinder with electrode heating. The steam is introduced into the airow via
the steam throttle.
Due to the evaporation the water level in the cylinder falls. The current consumption is reduced, as the
electrodes are then immersed less in the water. With a sinking water level the mineral concentration in the
cylinder increases, as the minerals do not evaporate. The current is kept by the control between two limit
values (IN+10%, IN-5%). When the lower limit value is reached, the inlet valve opens. Now fresh water is
mixed with residual water, which has a high mineral concentration. After several evaporation and lling cycles, the mineral concentration has increased in such a way, that the current reduction due to evaporation
and falling water level takes place quite rapidly. When a certain limit value of current reduction is exceeded,
the drain valve is opened at the moment, when also the lower current limit value is reached, and nally the
cylinder is completely drained.
The lling phase is automatically interrupted if the sensor electrode is contacted due to the high water level
in the steam cylinder. This may happen in the start-up phase with a new steam cylinder.

10.1.2 Technical data


Four different sizes of humidier are installed in STULZ A/C units. You can see which humidier is installed
in your unit from the following table.

Cabinet
Baugre
size
Befeuchtungsleistung
Humidifying
capacity

2
5/8

kg/h

5/8/10/15

Steam humidier

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Hum.capacity[kg/h]
Bef.leistung [kg/h]

Nom.
Nennstrom
current[A]
[A]

Nennleistung
Nom. power [kW]
[kW]

5,4

3,75

8,7

6,0

10

10,8

7,5

15

16,2

11,25

Supply water - application limits


Temperatur
Temperature

max. 40

Pressure
Druck

bar

1-8

Water properties and ingredients

min

max

8,5

300

1250
*

hydrogen ions
specic conductivity (at 20C)

R, 20C

S/cm

total dissolved solids

TDS

mg/l

dry residue at 180C

R180

mg/l

total hardness

mg/l CaCO3

100

400

iron + manganese

mg/l Fe + Mn

0,2

chlorides

ppm Cl

30

silica

mg/l SiO2

20

residual chlorine

mg/l Cl

0,2

calcium sulphate

mg/l CaSO4

100

metallic impurities

mg/l

solvents, diluents, soaps, lubricants

mg/l

* values depending on specic conductivity; in general: TDS 0,93 20; R180 0,65 20
2
not lower than 200% of chlorides content in mg/l of Cl

10.1.3 Supply connections


The steam humidier is installed and electrically connected in the A/C unit. The local regulations of the water
supply company are to be complied with when making the hydraulic connection.

Water supply
The water connection is made from the cold water mains and is to be equipped with a shut-off valve. It is
recommended to install a lter to retain solid particles of pollution. The humidier can be connected directly
to the mains by a threaded tenon of 3/4" when the water pressure is between 1 and 8 bar. The pipe should
have a diameter of at least 6 mm. If the line pressure is more than 8 bar, the connection must be made via a
pressure reducing valve (set to 4-6 bar). In each case it is to be ensured that the manufactured water pipe
upstream of the connection to the humidier is ushed properly. We recommend only using copper pipes.
The water supply temperature must not exceed 40C.
Do not treat the water with softeners !
This could result in corrosion of the electrodes and in the formation of foam with considerable operational interruptions.
Prevent:
1. the use of well water, process water or water of cooling circuits and generally chemically
or bacteriologically polluted water;
2. the addition of disinfectants or anti-corrosion liquids, as these are very irritating for the
respiratory ducts.

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Water drain
The drain is achieved by a plastic hose and is routed out of the unit by means of the openings in the unit
provided for this purpose (see graphic below).
When creating the drain, attention is to be paid to provision for cleaning. As the water drain is depressurized,
we recommend routing the drain hose directly into an open collector funnel to ensure free discharge. The
drainage pipe should be routed to the sewerage system with sufcient gradient (at least 5%) and should be
located approx. 30 cm below the humidier. Attention is to be paid to temperature resistance when plastic
pipes are used. If copper pipe is used, it must be earthed. For the drainage pipe an inside diameter of 32
mm is recommended, however the minimum inside diameter should not be less than 25 mm.

Supply
Drain

lter

shut off valve

10.1.4 Commissioning
As soon as the controller requires the humidier function, the heating current is switched on; after approx.
30 seconds water is fed into the steam cylinder through the inlet valve which opens and fully automatic
operation begins. A condition is the open shut-off valve in the water supply.
IMPORTANT NOTICE:
After the water pipes have been connected, the supply piping must be ushed for approx. 30 minutes,
where the water is directly conducted into the drain, without letting it ow into the steam humidier.
This way residues or substances of the installation process are removed, which otherwise could
block the ll valve and cause foam during the boiling process.

Decommissioning the humidier


The steam cylinder is to be emptied if the humidier has been out of operation for a longer period (e.g. in
summer, decommissioning the air conditioning system etc.) (see 10.1.6 Maintenance - Drainage).

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10.1.5 Operation
The steam humidier is controlled and monitored by the controller. No further operating measures are
required for continuous operation.
However, you can always vary the humidier output, by operating the DIP-switches A3/4, which are located
on the humidier
printed circuit board in the electrical section of the A/C unit.
3 4
ON

OFF
ON

100 % humidication capacity

75 % humidication capacity

OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF

50 % humidication capacity

The humidier operation is indicated by a green LED.


From the yellow LED you can see the state of operation of the humidier (see diagram 1,2). The red LED
indicates if an alarm is active (see alarm table).
You can also manually drain the steam cylinder (see
10.1.6 Maintenance). The position of the TA RATEswitches 1-4, the DIP-switches A2 and B2 is not to
be changed under no circumstances. For this reason
the switches are sealed.

20 % humidication capacity

Power supply 24 VAC


G/G0

manual
drainage

drain valve
ll valve

high level/foam
sensor
conductivity sensor

external TAM

green LED
yellow LED
red LED

immersed electrodes
max. 5A

RS485

g. 1

remote ON/OFF

alarm relay
humidity sensor

DIP A2: Alarm relay status


ON

OFF

Relay energized (contact closed),


when at least 1 alarm is active, otherwise not energized (contact open).

external controller

DIP A5-6: Adjustment of the inactivity period, after


which the cylinder is completely drained.
ON

3 days

OFF
ON

2 days

OFF
ON
OFF

Relay not energized (contact open),


when at least 1 alarm is active, otherwise energized (contact closed).

ON

3 days

OFF
ON

7 days

OFF

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DIP-switch B1 : Setting of the hour counter and maintenance alarm


ON

1 2 3 4

OFF (default): hour counter and maintenance alarm enabled

OFF

ON
OFF

1 2 3 4

ON: hour counter and maintenance alarm disabled (only if the DIP-switch B1 is
already ON before switching on the humidier board).

Maintenance warning
After 2000 humidier operating hours a warning is released, which is indicated by a ashing red LED (7
short ashes) and the intermittent activation of the alarm relay (only if no other alarms are active). The alarm
indicates the need for a cylinder maintenance. However, the humidier operation is still possible.
Maintenance alarm
After 3000 operating hours an alarm is released, which is indicated by a ashing red LED (8 short ashes)
and the steady activation of the alarm relay. The alarm indicates the necessary exchange of the steam cylinder. The humidier operation is blocked.
Reset of the hour counter and the alarms
1. Set DIP-switch B1 to ON, after 5 seconds the alarm LED (red) and the operation LED (yellow) lights up
for 3 seconds (the alarms are still active and the hour counter is still in operation).
2. Set DIP-switch B1 to OFF, the hour counter starts from 0, the alarms are cancelled.
The humidier operation is enabled again.
Notice for counting the operating hours
The counting of the operating hours is proportional to the steam production, because the amount of lime
accumulating in the cylinder (as a criterion for the cylinder exchange) depends on the steam production.
Example:
After 100 operating hours with 100% steam production the hour counter has saved 100 hours.
After 100 operating hours with 75% steam production the hour counter has saved 75 hours.

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DIP-switch B2-8 : Auxiliary functions and automatic drain timings

1 2 3 4

ON
OFF

1 2 3 4

ON
OFF

1 2 3 4

ON
OFF

DIP B2: automatic drainage with electrodes powered/not powered


ON: electrodes powered during automatic drainage
OFF (default): elctrodes not powered
DIP B3: automatic drainage when request is reduced by at least 25%.
ON: new humidication capacity achieved by steam cycles
OFF (default):
1. new humidication capacity is achieved by steam cycles, if the request
is reduced by less than 25%.
2. automatic drainage, if the request is reduced by at least 25%
DIP B4: disabling of the pre-alarm and the warning for wornout cylinder (see
alarm table 2)
ON: warnings are never displayed.
OFF (default): warnings are displayed when the cylinder is worn out.

DIP B5-6:
automatic drainage time
ON

time = default

OFF
ON

time = default - 30%


5

time = default + 33%

OFF

ON

frequency = default
7

frequency = default - 30%

OFF
ON

frequency = default + 33%

OFF

time = default + 66%

OFF

OFF
ON

ON

OFF
ON

DIP B7-8:
drainage frequency

ON
OFF

frequency = default + 66%

Change the default adjustment only after conrmation of the STULZ technical support.
The dip-switches serve to adapt the drain cycle to extreme water conditions beyond the
previously described limit values.

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Diagram 1:

Steam production: yellow LED - transient production "short ashing"

steam
< 1%
time
1-19%
time
20-29%
time

90-99%
time
Diagram 2:

Steam production: yellow LED - constant production "long ashing"

steam
< 1%
time
1-19%
time
20-29%
time

90-99%
time
100%
time

The yellow LED stays off when no steam is produced, whereas it stays continuously on at 100% of the
nominal production.
When steam is being produced at a transient production rate while approaching the steady-state production,
the yellow LED is quickly turned on and off to produce 2 Hz-pulse sequences which are related to the actual
steam production as shown in diagram 1.
When the steady-state production is achieved, the yellow LED is slowly turned on and off to produce 0,5
Hz-pulse sequences which are related to the actual steam production as shown in diagram 2.
Each pulse sequence is separated from the following by a 3-second delay, so that the user can count the
pulse number of a sequence and determine, using the diagram, the actual humidication capacity.

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10.1.6 Maintenance
Please switch off the A/C unit at the controller and the main isolator before starting work
and put the power circuit breaker F70 in the electrical box to position 0!
The following work and checks can be carried out:
- check steam hoses, condensate hoses, water hoses and other parts of the humidier for external effects
or wear.
- Flush out the water drain.

Replacing the steam cylinder


The steam cylinder needs replacing if the electrodes are so highly insulated due to the increasing calcication
or furring that the water level in the steam cylinder constantly touches the sensor electrode.
The specially constructed water lling beaker provides additional safety here, excessive water being routed
to an overow and being able to drain away there.
Warning note!
The temperature of the discharged water is approx. 60C during normal operation but can
reach 100C briey, if the steam cylinder is emptied manually during maintenance work.
The steam cylinder should be allowed to cool down slightly before removal.
If the alarm code 11x long on the humidier printed circuit board in the electrical section (also refer to Alarm
table 2) occurs repeatedly, the steam cylinder has worn out and must be replaced. The life of a steam cylinder depends on the operating period and the hardness of the water.

Manual drainage
By means of a switch on the humidier
board, you can manually drain the
cylinder.
Put the switch into position "DR" to drain
the humidier.
After the drainage the switch must be
reset to position "ON", otherwise no
humidication can take place.

Position "ON"

Position "DR"

Switch off the power supply circuits to the humidier before continuing the work!

The steam cylinder can be unscrewed from the mount after releasing the hose clamp, pulling off the steam
hose and disconnecting the electrical plug on the cylinder.
The new steam cylinder is installed in the reverse sequence. The humidier is re-started in accordance with
the recommendations of the chapter "10.1.4 Commissioning".

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10.1.7 Malfunction causes / Remedy


Alarm: Humidier defect
The humidier alarm is received by the controller and can be requested according to the equipment.
C7000-control system:
C7000 advanced terminal:

no display (display only externally)


indication on the display

In the event of this signal on the controller, please look for the exact cause of the fault on the humidier printed
circuit board in the electrical section of the A/C unit. If an alarm has been raised, the red light-emitting diode
displays a ashing alarm code. The meaning of the alarm codes can be seen in the alarm table 2.

Diagram 3:

Alarms: red LED - "short ashing"

no alarm
time
1x ashing
time
2x ashing
time

9x ashing
time

Diagram 4:

Alarms: red LED - "long ashing"

no alarm
time
1x ashing
time
2x ashing
time

9x ashing
time

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Alarm list
Table 1 - Alarm types
Type

Description

Reset (if alarm cause has


been removed)

Blocking

CP-card stops
humidier.

manual: to restart, turn the cpcard off and then on again.

Disabling

CP-card stops
humidier.

automatic
manual:
to restart, turn the cp-card off
and then on again.
Note: the distinction between
the automatic and manual
reset is shown in the table
below.

Warning

CP-card does not


stop humidier.

Red LED

Alarm codes:
each code is displayed in
sequence.
The codes are displayed
even if the alarm causes
have been removed; to stop
displaying them, turn the cpcard off and then on again.

Alarm relay
The relay is normally open or
normally close depending on
DIP A2.
The relay action is cumulative:
contact is closed (opened), if
at least 1 alarm is active.
contact is opened (closed), if:
- all alarm causes have been
removed.
- all alarms have been reset,
either manually or automatically.
Note: each alarm is not assigned to the relay (see table
below)

automatic

Table 2 - Alarms
Type

Alarmrelay
manual active

Red LED Description & Causes


ashes
2xshort Electrode over-current
1. water conductivity too high
(usually when starting after a
short stop)
2. high water level due to drain
valve malfunction
3. high water level due to ll
valve leakage
4. electrode malfunction

Remedy

3xshort No voltage at the electrodes:


with the unit on, no steam is
produced.

1. Check the external command signal: type (V or mA)? Value? blocking


Connections?
2. Switch off the unit and disconnect it from the mains: check
the internal electrical connections.

manual active

4xshort Internal memory error

blocking
1. Download the proper default conguration via HumiSet.
2. If the problem persists, contact the STULZ customer service.

manual active

5xshort High conductivity of the supply


water

1. Switch off the unit and clean the conductivity sensor elec- blocking
trodes;
2. If the problem persists, change the source of supply water or
install a suitable treatment system (demineralisation, even
partial).
Note: the problem will not be solved by softening the supply
water.

manual active

blocking
1. Drain part of the water and re-start.
2. Verify that the drain valve is properly working.
3. Check for any leakage of the ll valve when the humidier
is switched off.

Reset

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Table 2 - Alarms (continued)


Red LED Description & Causes
ashes
2x long Cylinder depleted

Alarmrelay
warning manual not
Do maintenance and/or replace the cylinder.
active
1. Check that the ll pipe from the mains to the humidier and disabling manual active
the internal pipe are not blocked or bent and that there is
sufcient supply pressure (1-8 bar).
2. Check that the ll valve is properly working.
3. Check whether the counter-pressure onto the steam hose
is higher than the maximum limit, preventing the entry of
supply water into the cylinder by gravity.
4. Check that the steam outlet pipe is not choked and that
there is no condensate inside.
Remedy

Type

Reset

3x long

Lack of supply water

4x long
5x long

Excessive reduction of steam


production
Drain malfunction

6x long

User parameter error

7x long

Supply water high conductivity


pre-alarm

1. Check the conductivity of the supply water.


2. If necessary install a suitable demineralizer.
Note: the problem will not be solved by softening the supply
water.

warning

8x long

External command signal not


properly connected
(only 2/10V)
Cylinder full with steam production not in progress

1. Check the connection to the (external) controller.

disabling alarm: active


automat.

with the humidier switched off:


1. Check for any leaks from the ll valve or the condensate
return pipe.
2. Check that the level sensors are clean.
Foam is usually caused by surfactants in the water (lubricants, solvents, detergents, water treatment agents, softeners) or an excessive concentration of dissolved salts:
1. Drain and clean the water supply pipes.
2. Clean the cylinder.
3. Check for the presence of softeners. (in this case, use
another type of supply water or reduce the softening)

disabling manual active

9x long

10xlong Foam inside the cylinder

1. Cylinder completely depleted or excessive foam. Do main- disabling manual active


tenance to the cylinder.
1. Check the drain circuit and the proper operation of the drain disabling manual active
valve.
blocking manual active
1. Download the proper default conguration via HumiSet.
2. If the problem persists, contact the STULZ customer service.
display:
automatic
reset

not
active

warning

display: not
manual active
reset

warning

display: not
manual active
reset

Do maintenance and/or replace the cylinder.


11xlong Cylinder almost completely
depleted

Note:

"manual reset" means one of the following activities


- pulling off and putting on the power supply plug G/G0 (see 10.1.5 operation - g. 1)
- switching off and on the control fuses F02 (Caution: unit is switched off.)

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10.2 Reheat
The reheat is an optional extra for your A/C unit. It is installed complete and integrated in the function and
method of operation of the A/C unit. It is used to heat up the air. The following versions of the heater are
available:
- Electrical reheat
- Low pressure hot water reheat (LPHW)
- Refrigerant reheat (RF)

Description
Electrical reheat

LPHW reheat

RF reheat

The reheat is connected in accordance with the electric diagram. It


is controlled and monitored by the
controller. The values for switching
on and off are adjusted in the "operate module functions/heating"
menu on the controller. Refer to
the operating instructions C7000.

The LPHW reheat is to be connected to an external hot water


circuit. The water supply is controlled via an electrically actuated
LPHW valve. The LPHW valve is
controlled via the controller. The
control parameters are adjusted
in the "operate module functions/
heating/LPHW valve" menu on the
controller. Refer to the operating
instructions C7000.

The refrigerant reheat is integrated in the refrigerant circuit in


accordance with the refrigerant
diagram in the appendix. The
refrigerant supply is controlled
via an electrically-actuated 3-way
solenoid valve. The solenoid valve
is controlled via the controller. The
control parameters are adjusted
in the "operate/module functions/
heating" menu on the controller.
Refer to the operating instructions
C7000.

Operation
The reheat is controlled and monitored by the controller. No further measures are required for operation.

Maintenance
Clean the reheat annually from contaminations and check it for damage.

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Installation
The reheats are installed and connected in the A/C unit. The LPHW reheat is to be connected on site to the
external hot water circuit. The pipelines are to be routed out of the A/C unit. The diameters for the connection
piping of the LPHW reheat are listed in the following table.
Baugre
Cabinet
size
Rohr --
Pipe

mm

16

22

22

22

22

Commissioning
The reheats are controlled and monitored by the controller of your A/C unit. No further measures are required for commissioning.

Malfunction causes
Alarm: Reheat defect
All reheat alarms are received by the controller and can be requested according to the equipment.
C7000-control system:
C7000 advanced terminal:

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no display (display only externally)


indication on the display

10.3 Raised oor stand


The oor stand is used to adjust the height of the A/C unit to the existing raised oor and consists of an
encircling rectangular prole of galvanized steel with adjustable screw sockets. Anti vibration compound is
recommended between concrete oor and base plate.

L2

Locating the supports


(correspondingly on
the other side)

785

865

L1

Cabinet
Baugre
size

mm

960

1360

1710

2110

2510

L1

mm

795

995

784

L2

mm

1607

Supports
Sttzen

Stk
n

Rectangular
Rechteckprole
proles
7070
x 40
x 40

Stk
n

Mafundstreifen
Mafund strips

Stk
n

Schrauben
Screws M8
M8
x 30
x 30

Stk
n

12

16

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Connecting the bars


Angle Connection

(View from below)


Butt Joint

Cross Connection

Minimum distances and mounting instructions


-

Please observe that the floor stand must be


decoupled from the surrounding oor plates by
damping insertions and that mafund plates are
laid under the oor supports.
The raised oor cutting (notch) should at least be
15 and must not have any contact to the raised
oor stand, which could result in bone-conduction.

Raised oor stand

Z
(min. 50)

If the oor stand is placed near a wall, a minimum


distance of 50 mm should be respected. The gap
between wall and oor stand should be closed by
tin stripes.

The dimensions of the openings in the raised oor


(X and Y) are 10 mm longer than the raised oor
stand. The joint must be closed by customers with
a continuous seal.

A concrete foundation is recommended in the area


of the raised oor supports.

Z (min. 50)

Z (min. 800)

X/Y = Opening in raised oor


Z = Limit of distance
-

The raised oor supports have to be installed on


vibration dampening material (do not screw down
the supports!).

Prior to installation of the A/C unit, the raised oor


must be installed 7 mm higher than the raised oor
plates, as the mafund plates are compressed by
the weight of the A/C unit.

General design of the raised foor stand


Unit width

Raised oor
connection refer to
details below

Continuous seal
Raised oor stand
Raised oor support
Mafund strips
Upper edge of
rough oor

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Hammer head screw M8 x 30


Recommended concrete
foundations
(no (oor) nish)

Upper support part


Range of adjustment :
20mm

Supporting pipe

max 500 min 250

Raised oor

Detail of raised oor connection

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

Raised oor stand


Adjustable support plate
Adjusting nut
Support pipe
Support base
Mafund strips
Raised oor cut out angle
Continuous seal prole
Before unit installation
Raised oor plate
Angled bracket
Permanently elastic seal
Fixing

Sealing detail
when distance Z < 100 mm

Sealing detail
when distance Z > 100 mm

Other mounting options (e.g. louvers)


If louvers shall be installed beneath the unit, these must be rst mounted onto the adapter plate. If there are
two or three louvers, the louver shafts are connected by a coupling piece. The louver actuator, which has to
be installed on the shaft, will later be on the right unit side in the proximity of the electric cabinet.

Positioning of the A/C unit on the oor stand


When positioning the A/C unit on the oor stand, it must be brought precisely into the correct position above the oor stand from the front (under no circumstances diagonally). Hereby use mounting aids to bring
in the unit and secure these by xing belts. We recommend further to lay in advance at least two securing
instruments (e. g. square steel bars) on the stand to avoid a slip-off.
When the unit is in the right position the securing aids can be taken away and the unit can be set down. Now
the mounting aids can be pulled away under the unit.

Mounting aid

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10.4 Air side connection


10.4.1 Unit base

300
75

450

The unit base is available in the versions: open, with damper, with exible connection or with supply grilles.
The unit base can be installed in two ways, with the opening to the front or with the opening to the rear.

L1
L1
L1
D

865

Cabinet
Baugre
size

mm

960

1360

1710

2110

2510

mm

130/80*

210

182

182

173

mm

993

mm

927

1127

1738

L1

mm 700/815*

1015

615

815

615

L2

mm 700/800*

1000

600

800

600

*version with grilles

Caution! Each of the unit base versions must be screwed to the unit by 4x M10 screws!
Unit base with grilles

The standard grilles are equipped with horizontal ns which can be adjusted to conduct the air which is
blown out.

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Unit base with exible connection


L2

300

150

Unit base with damper


L2

38

300

120

Caution! Each of the unit base versions must be screwed to the unit by 4x M10 screws!

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10.4.2 Filter base


The lter base is designed for the option "suction from bottom". With this option for upow units the front
panels are not provided with an air inlet perforation as otherwise usual. The air is drawn in from the bottom,
in consequence there is no unit bottom plate, but supporting bars instead, on which compressors and other
components are mounted.

Filter base

Unit base or raised


oor stand

Construction
Baugresize

Gertebreite
unit width

mm

1000

1400

1750

2150

2550

mm

960

1360

1710

2110

2510

mm

270

293

376

376

456

Filteranzahl
N of lters

mm

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For the air side connection on top of the unit exist different options, which are delivered in a completely
assembled condition. On the installation site these set-ups must be set upon the unit and must be connected
to it.

10.4.3 Duct

500/800

The duct is available with two different heights (500 or 800 mm) for all downow units.
The duct will be set on top of the unit and be screwed with the unit.

B
884

Cabinet
Baugre
size

mm

1000

1400

1750

2150

2550

C*

mm

100

100

45

100

100

D*

mm

905

1250

1450

L1*

mm

800

1200

2 x 800

2 x 800 2 x 1000

*only for the discharge plenum (see next page)


panel

Top view:

frame

Baugre
Cabinet
size

mm

1000

1400

1750

2150

2550

mm

1002

1202

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10.4.4 Discharge plenum


The discharge plenum is availale in two different versions for all downow units.
The discharge plenum will be set on top of the unit and be screwed with the unit.

500
400

Discharge plenum with front grilles

L1

L1
C
884

400

500
400

Discharge plenum with front and side grilles

L1

L1
C

600
884

For numerical values of the dimensions B,


C, D, L1 see table on the previous page.
Only one front grille for size 1, 2.

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10.4.5 Bag lter top

500

The bag lter is available for all downow units. The bag lter serves for the pre- ltration of the air which is
sucked in and can be obtained in the qualities F6, F7 and F9 (according to EN779).
The bag lter top will be set on top of the unit and be screwed with the unit.

B
884

Cabinet size 1
F7

F9

F7

F9

pressure loss dependant


on the airow with different lter qualities

Cabinet size 2
pressure loss dependant
on the airow with different lter qualities

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Cabinet size 3
F7

F9

F7

F9

F7

F9

pressure loss dependant


on the airow with different lter qualities

Cabinet size 4
pressure loss dependant
on the airow with different lter qualities

Cabinet size 5
pressure loss dependant
on the airow with different lter qualities

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10.4.6 Sound insulation plenum

500/800

The sound insulation plenum is available for all downow units. The plenum will be set on top of the unit and
be screwed with the unit.
By the insertion of the sound absorbing material, a sound attenuation is caused, which is stated across
the acoustic spectrum in octave divisions in the table below. The stated frequencies represent the middle
frequencies of the octaves, to which the attenuation values relate (e.g. 500Hz for the octave from 375Hz to
750Hz).

B = unit width

884

Height: 500 mm
Baugre
Cab. size

VL

dp

Insertion
Einfgungsdmpfung
loss [dB] at octave
in dB bei
middle
Oktavmittenfrequenz
frequency (according
(nach
toVDI
VDI2567)
2567)

m /h

Pa

63 Hz

125 Hz

250 Hz

500 Hz

1 kHz

2 kHz

4 kHz

8 kHz

7200

22

11

16

18

12

11

10200

10

13

13

13500

29

11

11

14

13

10

20500

80

14

15

18

17

13

11

24000

58

12

13

16

15

11

Height: 800 mm
Baugre
Cab. size

VL

dp

Insertion
Einfgungsdmpfung
loss [dB] at octave
in dB bei
middle
Oktavmittenfrequenz
frequency (according
(nach
toVDI
VDI2567)
2567)

m /h

Pa

63 Hz

125 Hz

250 Hz

500 Hz

1 kHz

2 kHz

4 kHz

8 kHz

7200

24

11

14

22

24

16

13

10200

11

11

17

17

11

13500

30

15

16

20

16

12

10

20500

84

10

19

20

25

22

16

13

24000

61

17

18

22

19

14

11

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10.4.7 Adapter plate with damper or exible connection


- Connection on the unit
The adapter plate serves to attach a damper or a exible connection on top of the unit or a duct. First install
the actuator onto the louver shaft on the right side looking at the unit front. Then x the louver with the actuator on the adapter plate. Now mount the adapter plate with pre-mounted louver on the unit top by means
of a screw connection.
The damper actuator, which is controlled via a 24 V signal by the controller, has to be electrically connected.
For this the cable, which is already connected at the motor, must be routed through an opening in the adapter plate into the unit and then be connected at the controller in the electric box according to the electric
diagram.
Adapter plate with damper

Adapter plate with exible connection

150

If the air side has to be continued by a duct, the installation


of a exible connection is necessary.
Please take into account the
installation of pressure compensations in the exible connection.

Cabinet
Baugre
size

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mm

1000

1400

1750

2150

2550

mm

237

287

237

237

275

mm

650

1000

1400

1800

2000

mm

107

107

107

107

107

mm

650

650

675

675

675

mm

120

120

175

175

175

Adapter plate with damper or exible connection


- Connection under the unit
The adapter plate serves to attach a damper or a exible connection under the unit. First install the actuator
onto the louver shaft on the right side looking at the unit front. Then x the louver with the actuator under
the adapter plate. Now mount the adapter plate with pre-mounted louver on the oor stand frame by means
of bolts. Please take care that the adapter plate does not pass over the frame to avoid canting of the oor
stand within the raised oor.
The damper actuator, which is controlled via a 24 V signal by the controller, has to be electrically connected.
For this the cable, which is already connected at the motor, must be routed through an opening in the adapter plate into the unit and then be connected at the controller in the electric box according to the electric
diagram.
Bottom view

Unit front

Knock-out openings for


supply connections

If the air side has to be continued by a duct, the installation


of a exible connection is necessary.
Please take into account the
installation of pressure compensations in the exible connection.

Cabinet
Baugre
size

mm

1000

1400

1750

2150

2550

mm

150

200

149

204

145

mm

700

1000

650

800

650

mm

952

1147

950

mm

1777

Damper height for all units:


Flexible connection height for all units:

120 mm
150 mm

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10.5 Waterside connection (G/GCW Units)


10.5.1 3-way-cooling water control valve
The 3-way cooling water control valve is controlled by the C7000 relating to the condenser pressure by means
of a pressure sensor at the refrigerant side. This valve controls the distribution of the water ow through the
condenser and the bypass.

Modell
Type

Ventilgre
Valve size

181 / 211
402 / 452 / 512

3/4"

261/291/311/361/401
552/612/702/802/862
1062

1"

411 / 451 / 531

1 1/4"

f(PC1)

condenser
PC1

10.5.2 2-way-cooling water control valve


The 2-way cooling water control valve is controlled by the C7000 relating to the condenser pressure by means
of a pressure sensor at the refrigerant side. This valve controls the water ow through the condenser.In the
table below, the admissible maximum differential pressures are listed per valve size. Up to these pressures
the valve is kept close safely. (Closing pressure).
The admissible maximum differential pressure, at which the valve can control throughout the whole range,
is 2 bar for all valve sizes.

Modell
Type

Ventilgre
Valve size

Closing
Schliedruck
pressure
[bar]
[bar]

181 / 211
402 / 452 / 512

3/4"

10

261/291/311/361/401
552/612/702/802/862
1062

1"

6,5

411 / 451 / 531

1 1/4"

f(PC1)

condenser
PC1

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10.6 Electrical Options


10.6.1 Three Phase Control
The phase control module checks the presence of all phases. In case of a phase failure the module switches
off the A/C unit and protects it from excessive currents on the existant phases this way. When the defective
phase returns the unit is restarted automatically and does not have to be switched on manually.
You can adjust a time at the phase control module within which a phase failure shall be detected as an
error. This time may be set to 4 seconds maximally. After 5 seconds the safety circuit of the EC fan would
otherwise cut off the EC fan, release the airow alarm and set the A/C unit out of operation, without a restart
after phase return.

10.6.2 Second Power Supply


This option provides the connection of a second power supply. Both power supplies are switched on to the
A/C unit. A contactor circuit ensures that the priority is set on power supply 1.
All three phases of both power supplies are checked constantly on overvoltage, undervoltage and phase
failure. In case of failure of supply 1 the unit is switched off. After a lapse of time which can be set at the time
relay (preadjusted: 10 seconds) power supply 2 is switched onto the unit. The unit starts by the automatic
restart which is integrated in the controller.
When the voltage of power supply returns, the unit is switched off again. On a second time relay a delay
can be set (preadjusted: 10 seconds), after which power supply 1 is switched onto the unit. The unit starts
by the automatic restart.

10.6.3 Compressor Softstart


This option consists of a softstart controller which is installed in the electrical cabinet and limits the current
when the compressor starts. In units with two compressors each compressor needs a softstart controller.
The control characteristic of the softstart controller can be modied by 16 dip switches.
Moreover the softstart controller includes an overload protection and devices to monitor the thyristor temperature, the phase rotation, the existence of all phases, the phase balance and to check all thyristors and
load connections for shorts.
When an alarm is detected according to the above mentioned criteria the alarm is indicated by a LED. The
number of ashes indicates the cause of error.

Flashes Error
1x

Overload

2x

Overtemperature

3x

Phase reversal

4x

Phasen loss/Open load

5x

Phase imbalance

6x

Shorted thyristor

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Adjusting the softstart controller


The softstart controller can be set as a current limitation or as softstart device. The factory setting is current
limitation. In this function the softstart controller allows the current to exceed the nominal operating current
for an adjustable time after the compressor start. In the softstart function the initial torque (by means of
the voltage) at the compressor start is reduced to an adjustable value and will be increased to the nominal
voltage within an adjustable time.

L1

L2

The nominal operating current (FLA) can be


adjusted by the potentiometer as shown on the
left.
The adjusted current is a reference not only for
the above mentioned current limitation but also
for releasing the overload protection.
If the current achieves 120% of the adjusted value the overload protection is activated and the
voltage supply will be cut.
With selectable overload-trip-curves, which in
case of exceeding the nominal operating current
also takes into account the time of the exceeding,
the trip behaviour can be chosen. The higher the
trip class, the slower the tripping takes place.

L3

I
1

Dip Switches 1-16

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Reset/Test-Button
Adjusting the nominal
operating current
Run/Alarm LED

The trip class can be adjusted by the dip switches


11 and 12. Trip class 15 is factory set.

Dip Switch 11, 12:


I

A1 A2 N1 N2 97 98 13 14
2

T1

T2

T3

11 12

11 12

11 12

11 12

Off

Class
10

Class
15

Class
20

Dip Switch 13:


I

Reset:
automatically

Reset:
manually

O
13

With dip switch 13 you can set, whether the alarm


shall be reset manually by the reset button or
automatically (when motor thermal model drops
below 75% of motor thermal capacity). The manual reset is the factory setting.
With dip switch 3 you can set the principal function
(Current limitation or soft start).

13

Dip Switch 3:
I

Soft start

Current limitation
(Factory setting)

Ue

Is
Ie

Us

t1

Ie: Nom. operating current (Potentiometer)


Is: Maximum current
(Dip switch 4, 5)
t1: Start time
(Dip switch 1, 2, 8)

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t1

Ue: Nominal voltage


Us: Initial voltage (Dip switch 4, 5)

in case of function as current limitation:

in case of function as soft start:

Dip Switch 4, 5 (Is):

Dip Switch 4, 5 (Us):


I

O
4 5

4 5

150% 250%

4 5

4 5

350% 450%

4 5

4 5

4 5

4 5

15%

25%

35%

65%

The initial voltage can be set as percentage


to the nominal voltage.

The maximum current can be set as percentage to the nominal operating current.
(Factory setting: 350%)

Dip Switch 1, 2, 8 (t1):


I
O
1 2

1 2

2s

1 2

5s

10 s

1 2

1 2

15 s

1 2

20 s

25 s

1 2

30 s

The start time can be set in seconds.


(Factory setting: 2 sec.)
For the sake of completeness the possibility to adjust a kickstart and a soft stop must also be mentioned.
However these functions are not used. In the factory setting both functions are disabled.
Dip Switch 9, 10 (t2 for Kickstart):

Dip Switch 6, 7 (t3 Reduction time):

9 10

9 10

9 10

9 10

6 7

6 7

6 7

6 7

Off

0,5 s

1,0 s

1,5 s

Off

1x t1

2x t1

3x t1

Dip Switch 14:


I

Normal

O
14

Error detection during


nominal operation only
14 (without exceeding Ie
during the start phase).

The soft start controller is checked for overload


in position "Normal" (Factory setting) during the
start sequence. If an error is detected it is sent to
the C7000 controller and indicated there.

Dip Switch 15:


I

Possibilty for a star


delta start

Direct motor connection

From the factory the dip switch 15 is set for a direct


connection of the compressor motor.

Phase rotation control


disabled

With dip switch 16 you can disable the phase


rotation control.

15

15

Dip Switch 16:


I

Phase rotation control


enabled

O
16

16

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11. Customer service


STULZ customer service ensures optimum operating reliability by means of preventative maintenance and
repair during the entire service life of your units. Customer service is available to you round the clock. You
can contact our customer service at the STULZ branch responsible for you.

E
RVIC

SE
LZ -

STU

your partner
for
a safe
climate
AIR-CONDITIONING

For your service address please look at the back cover of this manual.

For propositions to improve our manuals, please write to the following address:
dokumentation@stulz.de .

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