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Residential water source heat pumps

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

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Thanks for selecting BRIGHT RESIDENTIAL WATER SOURCE HEAT PUMPS.

Your choice is an ideal investment that may bring you a more sweet

and comfortable life.

In order to ensure that BRIGHT can bring you real joy and comfort,

please read this manual carefully. When installing or carrying out

operations on the unit, closely follow the recommendations and

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and take all precautionary measures as required by the situation.

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BRIGHT reserves the right to alter the features of their products without notice in the
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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Supplier information-----------------------------------

Chapter 2: Product overview------------------------------------------------

Chapter 3: Transportation and storage---------------------------------

Chapter 4: Description of controls-------------------------------------

Chapter 5: Installation-----------------------------------------------------

Chapter 6: Test operation---------------------------------------------------

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Chapter 1

SUPPLIER INFORMATION

Introduction
Water source heat pump chillers are manufactured according to the most stringent design and
construction standards to ensure the highest performance, reliability and adaptability level to all
types of air conditioning installations. The unit is intended for cooling water or Glycol and is not
suitable for purposes other than those specified in this manual. If the unit is used improperly, or
for different purposes without our prior agreement, then such use would be outside the scope
and may be unsafe. This manual contains all the information required for correct installation
and commissioning of the unit, together with operation and maintenance instructions. The
manual should be read thoroughly before attempting to operate or service the unit. With the
exception of the operations detailed in this manual, all installation, commissioning and
maintenance tasks must be performed by suitably trained and qualified personnel from an
Authorized Service Centre. The manufacturer is not liable for injury or damage resulting from
incorrect installation/commissioning or operation, insufficient maintenance and/or failure to
follow the procedures and instructions contained in this manual.

Warranty

The unit is supplied finished, tested and ready to work. The unit warranty will be void if any
modification to the unit is carried out without written agreement of the manufacturer.
For warranty purposes, the following conditions must be satisfied:
The initial start of the unit must be carried out by trained personnel from an Authorized
Service Centre.
Maintenance must be carried out by properly trained personnel.
Only genuine spare parts must be used.
All the scheduled maintenance operations detailed in this manual must be performed
at the specified times.
Failure to satisfy any of these conditions will automatically void the warranty.

Safety

The installation of the unit must be carried out according to the Machinery Safety Directive
(CEE 98/37), to the Low Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC), to the Electromagnetic Interference
directive (89/336/EEC) as modified by Directive (92/31/EEC) and according to normal rules for
technical matters prescribed by the applicable country regulations. Do not operate the unit
before having observed all the above.
The unit must be earthed and no installation or maintenance work should be
attempted on the electrical equipment without first switching off and isolating the
main power supply and any control supplies.
The unit contains refrigerant vapor and liquid under pressure within the heat
exchangers, compressors and pipe work. Release of refrigerant can be a danger

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and cause injury.

It is the responsibility of the user to ensure that the unit is suitable for the
conditions of use and that installation and regular maintenance is carried out by
personnel with the appropriate skills and in accordance with this manual.

Support of the unit must be provided as indicated in this manual, failure to provide
proper support may put personnel at risk of injury.

The unit is not designed to withstand loads or stresses from adjacent equipment,
pipe work and structures. Any such extraneous loads or stress may cause failure
or collapse which can be a danger and cause injury. In such cases the warranty
will be void.

Do not discard or burn the packaging in the environment.

About this Manual

For safety reasons, the instructions contained in this manual must be followed categorically; furthermore,
damage caused by misuse is not covered by the warranty.
This manual uses the following conventions:

Warning messages alert you to a specific procedure or practice which, if not followed
correctly, could cause serious personal injury.

Caution messages appear before procedures which, if not observed, could result in
damage to the unit.

Notes contain particularly important comments which are set off from the text.

The contents of this manual, and any other document supplied with the unit, are the property of the
manufacturer which reserves all rights. They may not be reproduced, in whole or in part, without the
written authorization of the manufacturer.

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Chapter 2: Product Overview
UNIT DESCRIPTION
Anti-freeze thermos Water Source Heat Pump use underground water or circulated water or brine as
main sources. Water source heat pumps are designed to offer 16 sizes for all small and medium cooling
capacity residential, commercial and industrial facilities. The unit is fully Supply the cooling/heating water
into indoor for cooling/heating. The units are factory tested and will complete the installation by
connecting water and power supply only. The cooling capacity range is from 4.5kw to 75kw and 13
models with following versions.
GSHP 4.5TC-6.5 TC -8 TC -10 TC -12 TC -16 TC -20 TC - 28 TC - 38 TC -50TC-56TC-65TC-75TC
FEATURES:
REFRIGERANT CIRCUIT

STRUCTURE Refrigerant circuit is supplied with thermal


Panels and base frame are made of sheet metal expansion valve, filter drier, sight glass, one way
treated with polyester powder coating to ensure valves, and high and low pressure switches.
total resistance to atmospheric agents 4-way valve and liquid receiver.
HERMETIC COMPRESSORS HYDRAULIC SYSTEM

Compressors are of hermetic Rotary type (model Heating side water temperature range from -5C
4.5 -6.5) and hermetic scroll type (8.5-75), with a to 40C.Heating side adopt principle of great
crankcase heater and internal motor protection. temperature different and small flow to save
Model 4.5-40 have one compressor, whereas water flow. Indoor unit have side water pump and
model 45 to 75 have two compressors. All expansion tank inside.
compressors are mounted on rubber ELECTRIC PANEL

anti-vibration pads to minimize noise and All electrical equipments necessary for full unit

vibration transmissions. operation are located in a compartment of which

EVAPORATOR the access is accomplished through the front of


Evaporator is constituted from tube in tube type the unit. Access panel is held by fixing screws.
heat exchanger. Evaporator is thermally insulated Includes:
with closed cell polyurethane foam to provide Compressor contactors;
Overload protection;
freeze protection.
Control circuit fuses,
CONDENSER
Evaporator thermostat;
Condenser is of tube in tube type heat exchanger
Electronic temperature controller;
with thermally insulated with closed cell
High & low pressure switch
polyurethane foam to provide freeze protection.

GEOTHERMAL SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY & BENEFITS


Geothermal heating and cooling technology is ideal because it provides exceptional performance while
being environmentally-friendly. Your investment in a water source heat pump system will provide you
with many years of benefits including:
Energy Savings Many homeowners experience energy savings
from 30% over other ordinary heating and cooling
Water source heat pump units deliver 3 to 4 units
systems.
of energy for every 1 unit of energy consumed.

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Cost Effective free operation.

Because of the extraordinary efficiency of a Safe & Clean


Water source heat pump units, any added Water source heat pump units dont burn fossil
investment related to installing a geothermal unit fuels, so theres no flame, fumes, combustion or
is usually more than offset by your energy concerns about carbon monoxide poisoning.
savings. Environmentally Friendly
Comfort Your geothermal system doesnt release harmful
Youll experience consistent, precise temperature greenhouse gasses into the air, unlike a fossil
control without the hot blasts of air associated fuel burning furnace. The reduced energy
with gas furnaces or the cold blow of an air consumption of a geothermal system further
source heat pump. reduces the need for more coal-fired or nuclear
Reliable power generating plants and places less demand
on our current capability to produce electricity.
The water source heat pump reputation for
Geothermal units use far less refrigerant than
reliability has been earned by using only the
ordinary heat pumps or air conditioners, and are
highest quality components, design, and
factory sealed to prevent leakage.
workmanship. Like your refrigerator, your
geothermal unit will provide many years of worry

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Geothermal energy as a heat source
1: Water loops installation solution
Horizontal laying
Horizontal earth loops are used where the space allowed for the loop is not extremely limited. There are
various designs of horizontal loops. There is not one type of horizontal loop that is best for every
application. The selection of which type to use should be based on system size, space available, soil
conditions and the type of excavating equipment used. Regardless of the type selected, operating costs
will not vary substantially.

Vertical laying
Vertical loops are used where space is limited or where soil conditions are not conducive to horizontal
loops. Installing vertical loops requires the use of a drilling rig. Multiple holes are bored. A double pipe
connected with a U-bend is inserted into each hole. The hole is the filled with grout to provide good
contact around the pipe and to seal the hole. The vertical pipes are then connected to a header system
horizontally a few feet below the surface.

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Under ground water circuit installation solution
An alternative to closed loops are open loop systems, also known as well-water systems. If your system
is an open loop, it uses water that comes into your home from your well. Water from the well is circulated
through the unit whenever the unit is heating or cooling. When the unit is not running, it is not using any
water.

Solar as a heat source


Surface water a installation solution
Pond loops are a cost effective way to install a geothermal system, because trenching is limited to only
the supply and return piping from the pond to the house. Pond loops consist of a series of coils
connected together, and placed at the bottom of the pond. In order for a pond to be suitable for a
geothermal application for a typical home, the pond should be at least acre in surface area and at
least 8 ft. deep, even during a dry spell. Ideally, the pond should be close to the home (less than 200 ft.).
If the pond is farther from the home, the benefit of using a pond loop is reduced due to added trenching,
materials and pumping costs.

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Schematic Diagram of the set
Residential units

1 Heat source side water outlet 2 Heat source side water inlet 3 Tube-in-tube condenser
4 4-way reversing valve 5 Compressor 6 Liquid separator
7 One way valve 8 Thermostatic expansion valve 9 Dry filter
10 Tube-in-tube evaporator 11 Paddle flow controller 12 End cycle water pump
13 Water inlet 14 Water outlet 15 Expansion water tank

Commercial units

1 Heat source side water outlet 2 Heat source side water inlet 3 Tube-in-tube condenser
4 4-way reversing valve 5 Compressor 6 Liquid separator
7 One way valve 8 Thermostatic expansion valve 9 Dry filter
10 Tube-in-tube evaporator 11 Water inlet 12 Water outlet

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TECHNICAL DATA
GSHP
Item Unit 4.5 6.5 8 10 12 14 16 20 28 38 40 45 50 55 65 75

Cooling

Nominal cooling capacity kW 4.5 6.5 8.29 9.5 11.6 14.1 15.1 18.2 27.1 37.1 40.2 45.4 50.5 56.4 64.7 75.3

Heating

Nominal heating capacity kW 4.9 7.0 10.5 11 13.4 16.9 17.5 20.1 29.3 39.5 42.3 52.1 54.1 61.2 72 84

Hermetic compressor

Type / Rotary Scroll

n of compressor / circuit / 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 2/2 2/2 2/2 2/2 2/2

Cooling input power kW 0.97 1.38 1.66 2.2 2.4 2.8 3.2 3.7 5.3 6.8 7.5 8.4 9.5 10.1 12.2 14.2

Heating input power kW 1.27 1.38 2.04 3.1 3.6 3.9 4.5 5.2 7.15 8.9 10.3 12.1 13.8 14 17.1 20.6

Evaporator

Type / Tube in tube heat exchanger

Water flow m3/h 0.79 1.18 1.41 1.84 2.13 2.42 2.7 3.34 4.8 6.57 6.91 7.81 8.77 9.44 11.33 13.41

Water side pressure loss bar 20 25 30 35 40

Water pump pressure head m 15 --

In/out water temperature C Cooling 12/7, Heating 40/--


Diameter of hydraulic
inch 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.5 1.5 1.5 2 2 2 2 2
connections

Capacity adjustment % 0-100% 050%100%

Condenser

Type / Tube in tube heat exchanger


3
Water flow m /h 0.43 0.64 0.77 1 1.15 1.32 1.47 1.8 2.59 3.26 3.72 4.19 4.71 5.06 6.08 7.18

Water side pressure loss bar 10~20 12~25 10~20 12~25

In/out water temperature C Cooling 18/29, Heating 15/--


Diameter of hydraulic
inch 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 2 2 2 2 2
connections

Water pump

type / Horizontal multi-grad e centrifugal water pump

Absorbed power kW 0.42 0.45 0.45 0.45 0.45 0.55 0.55 0.75 0.42 0.45 0.45 0.45 0.45 0.55 0.55 0.75

Refrigerant

Type / R407c

Charge amount Kg 0.9 1.2 1.5 1.8 2.2 2.6 3 4.5 5.5 7 7.8 2.2+7 1.8+7.8 2*5.5 2*6 2*7.8

Overall dimension

Length mm 890 995 995 995 995 1156 1156 1156 1216 1360 1360 1552 1552 1552 1552 1552

Width mm 550 550 630 630 630 680 680 680 840 840 840 940 940 940 940 940

Height mm 900 900 900 900 900 950 950 1050 1050 1050 1130 1050 1050 1050 1130 1130

Power supply V/Ph/Hz 220/1/50 380/3/50

Net weight Kg 115 115 160 160 180 195 200 250 300 330 375 440 450 460 540 560

Sound pressure level dB(A) 48 53 58 63 63 67 72

* Ambient air temperature 35C, evaporator water temperature inlet/outlet 12/7C;

** Ambient air temperature 7C DB, 6C WB; condenser water temperature inlet/outlet 40/45C;

*** Sound pressure level measured at distance of 1 m and a height of 1.5 m above the ground in a free field (fan side)

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TECHNICAL DATA : GSHP/RH Water source heat pump with heat recovery

GSHP/RH20 GSHP/RH30 GSHP/RH38 GSHP/RH50 GSHP/RH65 GSHP/RH75

Cooling capacity kw
18.2 30 37.1 50.5 64.7 75.3

Heating capcity kw 21.5 32.9 39 54 72 84

Heat recovery
hot water 121 184 234 300 406 468

Power supply 380V-3PH-50Hz

Compressor Type Scroll

Quantity 1 2 2 2 2 2

Power Cooling 3.7 5.35 6.8 9.2 11.6 13.5


input(kw) Heating 5.2 7.1 8.9 12.4 15.6 18.1

Refrigerant Type R407C

Charging amount 3.5 2.2*2 2.7+2.2 8+2.7 43 45

User side heat Type Tube in tube heat exchanger


exchanger Water flow(m3/h) 3.44 5.66 6.53 8.6 11.13 12.95

Water side
46 45 48 40 43 45
resistant(kpa)

Source side heat Type Tube in tube heat exchanger


exchanger Water flow(m3/h) 1.85 3.17 3.5 4.63 5.96 6.94

Water side
25 27 30 28 22 25
resistant(kPa)

Heat recovery Type Plate heat exchanger


units Heat recovery(kw) 4.3 6.1 8.2 10.5 14.2 16.3

Water flow(m3/h) 0.8 1.29 1.6 2.1 2.8 3.2

Water side
18 22 24 26 34 38
resistant(kPa)

User side water Power(kw) 0.8 -- -- -- -- --


pump Head(kw) 15 -- -- -- -- --

Cooling/Heating Pipe size(DN)


25 25 40 40 50 50
water

Heat recovery Pipe size(DN) 20 20 25 25 25 25

Dimension L*W*H(mm) 1106*674*970 1346*840*1050 1346*840*1050 1525*940*1050 1525*940*1150 1525*940*1150

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Cooling Capacity (Mod.4.5-16)

To AMBIENT AIR TEMPERATURE []

Type . 20 22 25 30 35 40

kWf kWe kWf kWe kWf kWe kWf kWf kWe kWf kWe kWf

10 5.17 0.73 5.04 0.75 4.84 0.79 4.53 0.87 4.27 0.97 4.27 1.08

12 5.56 0.73 5.41 0.76 5.19 0.80 4.88 0.88 4.60 0.97 4.60 1.08

GSHP4.5 15 6.15 0.74 6.00 0.76 5.78 0.80 5.43 0.88 5.12 0.97 5.12 1.08

18 6.78 0.75 6.61 0.77 6.39 0.81 6.02 0.89 5.69 0.98 5.69 1.08

20 7.22 0.75 7.04 0.77 6.80 0.81 6.43 0.89 6.08 0.98 6.08 1.09

10.00 7.74 1.04 7.54 1.07 7.25 1.13 6.79 1.24 6.40 1.38 6.40 1.53

12.00 8.33 1.04 8.10 1.08 7.77 1.13 7.31 1.25 6.89 1.38 6.89 1.53

GSHP 6.5 15.00 9.21 1.05 8.98 1.09 8.65 1.14 8.13 1.25 7.67 1.38 7.67 1.54

18.00 10.16 1.06 9.89 1.09 9.57 1.15 9.01 1.26 8.52 1.39 8.52 1.54

20.00 10.81 1.07 10.55 1.10 10.19 1.15 9.63 1.27 9.11 1.39 9.11 1.55

10.00 9.21 1.25 8.98 1.29 8.63 1.36 8.08 1.50 7.62 1.66 7.62 1.84

12.00 9.91 1.25 9.64 1.29 9.25 1.36 8.71 1.50 8.20 1.66 8.20 1.84

GSHP 8 15.00 10.96 1.27 10.69 1.31 10.30 1.37 9.68 1.51 9.13 1.67 9.13 1.85

18.00 12.09 1.28 11.78 1.31 11.39 1.38 10.73 1.52 10.14 1.67 10.14 1.86

20.00 12.86 1.28 12.55 1.32 12.13 1.39 11.46 1.52 10.84 1.68 10.84 1.86

10.00 12.02 1.65 11.71 1.71 11.26 1.80 10.55 1.98 9.94 2.20 9.94 2.44

12.00 12.93 1.66 12.58 1.71 12.07 1.81 11.36 1.99 10.70 2.20 10.70 2.44

GSHP 10 15.00 14.30 1.68 13.95 1.73 13.44 1.82 12.63 2.00 11.92 2.21 11.92 2.45

18.00 15.77 1.69 15.37 1.74 14.86 1.83 14.00 2.01 13.24 2.22 13.24 2.46

20.00 16.79 1.70 16.38 1.75 15.82 1.84 14.96 2.02 14.15 2.22 14.15 2.47

10.00 13.93 1.80 13.58 1.86 13.05 1.96 12.22 2.16 11.52 2.40 11.52 2.66

12.00 14.99 1.81 14.57 1.87 13.99 1.97 13.16 2.17 12.40 2.40 12.40 2.67

GSHP 12 15.00 16.57 1.83 16.16 1.89 15.57 1.98 14.63 2.18 13.81 2.41 13.81 2.68

18.00 18.28 1.85 17.81 1.90 17.22 2.00 16.22 2.19 15.34 2.42 15.34 2.68

20.00 19.45 1.85 18.98 1.91 18.34 2.01 17.34 2.20 16.40 2.43 16.40 2.69

10.00 15.84 2.10 15.44 2.17 14.84 2.29 13.90 2.52 13.10 2.80 13.10 3.11

12.00 17.04 2.11 16.57 2.18 15.90 2.30 14.97 2.53 14.10 2.80 14.10 3.11

GSHP 14 15.00 18.84 2.13 18.38 2.20 17.71 2.31 16.64 2.54 15.70 2.81 15.70 3.12

18.00 20.78 2.15 20.25 2.22 19.58 2.33 18.44 2.56 17.44 2.82 17.44 3.13

20.00 22.12 2.16 21.58 2.23 20.85 2.34 19.71 2.57 18.64 2.83 18.64 3.14

10.00 17.63 2.41 17.19 2.48 16.52 2.62 15.48 2.88 14.58 3.19 14.58 3.55

12.00 18.97 2.42 18.45 2.49 17.71 2.63 16.67 2.89 15.70 3.20 15.70 3.56

GSHP 16 15.00 20.98 2.44 20.46 2.52 19.72 2.64 18.53 2.91 17.49 3.21 17.49 3.57

18.00 23.14 2.46 22.55 2.53 21.80 2.67 20.54 2.92 19.42 3.22 19.42 3.58

20.00 24.63 2.47 24.03 2.55 23.22 2.68 21.95 2.93 20.76 3.23 20.76 3.59

kWf Cooling capacity [kW]

kWe Compressor power input [kW]

To Evaporator leaving water temperature []*

* inlet/outlet evaporator water temperature difference: 5

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Cooling capacity (mod. 20-75)
To AMBIENT AIR TEMPERATURE []
Type . 20 22 25 30 35 40

kWf kWe kWf kWe kWf kWe kWf kWf kWe kWf kWe kWf
10 21.79 2.78 21.24 2.87 20.41 3.03 19.12 3.33 18.02 3.69 17.01 4.1
12 23.45 2.79 22.8 2.88 21.88 3.04 20.6 3.34 19.4 3.7 18.3 4.11
GSHP 20 15 25.93 2.82 25.28 2.91 24.36 3.06 22.89 3.36 21.61 3.71 20.5 4.12
18 28.59 2.85 27.86 2.93 26.94 3.08 25.38 3.38 24 3.73 22.71 4.14
20 30.43 2.86 29.7 2.95 28.69 3.1 27.12 3.39 25.65 3.74 24.36 4.15
10 31.34 3.98 30.54 4.11 29.35 4.33 27.5 4.78 25.92 5.29 24.46 5.88
12 33.72 4 32.79 4.13 31.47 4.35 29.62 4.78 27.9 5.3 26.31 5.89
GSHP 28 15 37.29 4.04 36.36 4.17 35.04 4.38 32.92 4.81 31.07 5.32 29.49 5.91
18 41.12 4.08 40.06 4.2 38.74 4.42 36.49 4.84 34.51 5.34 32.66 5.93
20 43.77 4.09 42.71 4.22 41.25 4.44 39.01 4.86 36.89 5.36 35.04 5.94
10 38.04 39.33 37.08 38.34 35.63 36.84 33.38 34.52 31.46 32.53 29.69 30.70
12 40.93 42.32 39.81 41.16 38.20 39.50 35.95 37.18 33.87 35.02 31.94 33.03
GSHP 38 15 45.26 46.80 44.14 45.64 42.53 43.98 39.97 41.33 37.72 39.00 35.79 37.01
18 49.92 51.62 48.63 50.29 47.03 48.63 44.30 45.81 41.89 43.32 39.64 40.99
20 53.13 54.93 51.84 53.61 50.08 51.78 47.35 48.96 44.78 46.30 42.53 43.98
10 45.15 5.64 44.01 5.82 42.3 6.13 39.63 6.76 37.34 7.49 35.25 8.32
12 48.58 5.66 47.25 5.85 45.34 6.16 42.68 6.77 40.2 7.5 37.91 8.33
GSHP 40 15 53.73 5.72 52.39 5.9 50.49 6.2 47.44 6.81 44.77 7.53 42.49 8.36
18 59.25 5.77 57.73 5.94 55.82 6.25 52.58 6.85 49.73 7.55 47.06 8.39
20 63.06 5.79 61.54 5.98 59.44 6.28 56.2 6.88 53.16 7.58 50.49 8.41
10 50.99 6.31 49.7 6.52 47.77 6.87 44.75 7.57 42.17 8.39 39.81 9.32
12 54.87 6.34 53.36 6.55 51.21 6.9 48.2 7.58 45.4 8.4 42.82 9.33
GSHP 45 15 60.68 6.4 59.17 6.61 57.02 6.94 53.58 7.63 50.56 8.43 47.98 9.36
18 66.92 6.46 65.2 6.65 63.04 7 59.39 7.67 56.16 8.46 53.15 9.39
20 71.22 6.49 69.5 6.69 67.13 7.03 63.47 7.7 60.03 8.49 57.02 9.42
10 57.28 7.14 55.83 7.37 53.66 7.77 50.27 8.56 47.37 9.48 44.72 10.54
12 61.64 7.17 59.94 7.41 57.53 7.8 54.14 8.58 51 9.5 48.1 10.56
GSHP 50 15 68.16 7.24 66.47 7.47 64.05 7.85 60.18 8.63 56.8 9.53 53.9 10.59
18 75.17 7.31 73.24 7.52 70.82 7.92 66.71 8.68 63.09 9.57 59.7 10.62
20 80 7.34 78.07 7.57 75.41 7.95 71.3 8.71 67.44 9.6 64.05 10.65
10 61.66 7.59 60.1 7.84 57.76 8.26 54.12 9.1 51 10.08 48.14 11.2
12 66.35 7.63 64.53 7.87 61.93 8.29 58.28 9.12 54.9 10.1 51.78 11.22
GSHP 55 15 73.37 7.7 71.55 7.94 68.95 8.35 64.79 9.17 61.14 10.14 58.02 11.26
18 80.92 7.77 78.84 8 76.24 8.42 71.81 9.22 67.91 10.17 64.27 11.29
20 86.12 7.8 84.04 8.05 81.18 8.45 76.76 9.26 72.59 10.21 68.95 11.33
10 74.02 9.17 72.15 9.47 69.34 9.98 64.96 10.99 61.22 12.18 57.78 13.53
12 79.64 9.21 77.46 9.51 74.33 10.02 69.96 11.01 65.9 12.2 62.15 13.56
GSHP 65 15 88.07 9.3 85.89 9.59 82.77 10.08 77.77 11.08 73.4 12.24 69.65 13.6
18 97.13 9.38 94.63 9.66 91.51 10.17 86.2 11.14 81.52 12.28 77.14 13.64
20 103.38 9.43 100.88 9.72 97.44 10.21 92.14 11.18 87.14 12.33 82.77 13.68
10 87.61 10.67 85.39 11.02 82.07 11.61 76.89 12.79 72.45 14.18 68.39 15.75
12 94.27 10.72 91.68 11.07 87.98 11.66 82.81 12.82 78 14.2 73.56 15.78
GSHP 75 15 104.25 10.82 101.66 11.17 97.96 11.73 92.05 12.89 86.87 14.25 82.44 15.83
18 114.97 10.92 112.01 11.24 108.31 11.83 102.03 12.97 96.48 14.3 91.31 15.88
20 122.36 10.97 119.4 11.32 115.34 11.88 109.05 13.02 103.14 14.35 97.96 15.93
kWf Cooling capacity [kW]
kWe Compressor power input [kW]
To Evaporator leaving water temperature []*
* inlet/outlet evaporator water temperature difference: 5

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Heating capacity (mod. 4.5-14)

To AMBIENT AIR TEMPERATURE []

Type . -5 0 5 10 13 15 20

kWf kWe kWf kWe kWf kWe kWf kWf kWe kWf kWe kWf kWe kWf

20 3.38 0.83 4.17 0.84 5.04 0.85 6.07 0.86 6.73 0.86 7.22 0.87 8.47 0.88

25 3.12 0.91 3.84 0.92 4.71 0.93 5.68 0.93 6.32 0.94 6.79 0.94 7.99 0.95

GSHP 35 2.71 1.13 3.35 1.13 4.12 1.13 5.02 1.14 5.61 1.14 6.02 1.15 7.14 1.15

4.5 40 2.64 1.26 3.17 1.26 3.89 1.26 4.74 1.27 5.30 1.27 5.71 1.27 6.79 1.28

45 2.46 1.41 3.02 1.41 3.71 1.41 4.51 1.41 5.04 1.41 5.43 1.42 6.45 1.42

50 2.41 1.58 2.92 1.58 3.56 1.58 4.30 1.58 4.81 1.58 5.17 1.58 6.20 1.58

20 4.72 0.90 5.83 0.91 7.04 0.92 8.47 0.93 9.40 0.94 10.08 0.95 11.83 0.96

25 4.36 0.99 5.36 1.00 6.58 1.01 7.94 1.01 8.83 1.02 9.47 1.02 11.15 1.04

GSHP 35 3.79 1.22 4.68 1.23 5.76 1.23 7.01 1.24 7.83 1.24 8.40 1.24 9.97 1.25

6.5 40 3.68 1.37 4.43 1.37 5.43 1.37 6.61 1.38 7.40 1.38 7.97 1.38 9.47 1.39

45 3.43 1.54 4.22 1.53 5.18 1.53 6.29 1.54 7.04 1.54 7.58 1.54 9.01 1.55

50 3.36 1.72 4.08 1.71 4.97 1.71 6.01 1.71 6.72 1.71 7.22 1.72 8.65 1.72

20 5.42 1.34 6.69 1.35 8.09 1.36 9.73 1.38 10.80 1.39 11.58 1.40 13.59 1.42

25 5.01 1.47 6.16 1.48 7.56 1.49 9.12 1.50 10.14 1.51 10.88 1.51 12.81 1.53

35 4.35 1.81 5.38 1.81 6.61 1.82 8.05 1.83 8.99 1.84 9.65 1.84 11.46 1.85
GSHP 8
40 4.23 2.02 5.09 2.03 6.24 2.03 7.60 2.03 8.50 2.04 9.16 2.04 10.88 2.06

45 3.94 2.27 4.85 2.27 5.95 2.27 7.23 2.27 8.09 2.27 8.71 2.28 10.35 2.29

50 3.86 2.54 4.68 2.53 5.71 2.53 6.90 2.53 7.72 2.53 8.29 2.54 9.94 2.54

20 7.78 2.03 9.61 2.05 11.61 2.07 13.97 2.09 15.50 2.11 16.62 2.12 19.51 2.15

25 7.19 2.23 8.84 2.24 10.84 2.26 13.08 2.28 14.56 2.29 15.62 2.30 18.39 2.33

35 6.25 2.75 7.72 2.76 9.49 2.77 11.55 2.78 12.91 2.79 13.85 2.80 16.44 2.81
GSHP 10
40 6.07 3.08 7.31 3.08 8.96 3.09 10.90 3.09 12.20 3.10 13.14 3.10 15.62 3.12

45 5.66 3.45 6.95 3.44 8.55 3.44 10.37 3.45 11.61 3.45 12.49 3.46 14.85 3.47

50 5.54 3.85 6.72 3.85 8.19 3.84 9.90 3.85 11.08 3.85 11.91 3.85 14.26 3.86

20 9.01 2.36 11.13 2.38 13.45 2.40 16.18 2.43 17.95 2.45 19.25 2.47 22.59 2.50

25 8.33 2.59 10.24 2.61 12.56 2.62 15.15 2.65 16.86 2.66 18.09 2.67 21.30 2.71

35 7.24 3.20 8.94 3.20 10.99 3.21 13.38 3.23 14.95 3.24 16.04 3.25 19.04 3.27
GSHP 12
40 7.03 3.57 8.46 3.58 10.38 3.58 12.63 3.59 14.13 3.60 15.22 3.61 18.09 3.63

45 6.55 4.00 8.05 4.00 9.90 4.00 12.01 4.00 13.45 4.01 14.47 4.02 17.20 4.03

50 6.42 4.48 7.78 4.47 9.49 4.46 11.47 4.47 12.83 4.47 13.79 4.48 16.52 4.49

20 10.78 2.56 13.31 2.58 16.08 2.60 19.35 2.63 21.47 2.65 23.02 2.67 27.02 2.71

25 9.96 2.80 12.25 2.82 15.02 2.84 18.12 2.87 20.17 2.88 21.64 2.90 25.47 2.93

35 8.65 3.46 10.70 3.47 13.14 3.48 16.00 3.50 17.88 3.51 19.19 3.52 22.78 3.54
GSHP 14
40 8.41 3.87 10.12 3.88 12.41 3.88 15.10 3.89 16.90 3.90 18.21 3.91 21.64 3.93

45 7.84 4.34 9.63 4.33 11.84 4.33 14.37 4.34 16.08 4.34 17.31 4.35 20.57 4.37

50 7.67 4.85 9.31 4.84 11.35 4.84 13.72 4.84 15.35 4.84 16.49 4.85 19.76 4.86

kWfCooling capacity [kW]


kWeCompressor power input [kW]
To Evaporator leaving water temperature []
* Inlet/outlet evaporator water temperature difference: 5

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Heating capacity (Mod. 16-45)
To AMBIENT AIR TEMPERATURE []

type -5 0 5 10 13 15 20

kWf kWe kWf kWe kWf kWe kWf kWf kWe kWf kWe kWf kWe kWf

20 11.16 2.95 13.78 2.98 16.65 3 20.04 3.04 22.23 3.06 23.84 3.08 27.98 3.12

25 10.31 3.24 12.68 3.26 15.56 3.28 18.77 3.31 20.88 3.33 22.4 3.34 26.38 3.38

35 8.96 3.99 11.07 4 13.61 4.02 16.57 4.04 18.51 4.05 19.87 4.06 23.59 4.09
GSHP 16
40 8.71 4.46 10.48 4.47 12.85 4.48 15.64 4.49 17.5 4.5 18.85 4.51 22.4 4.54

45 8.12 5.01 9.98 5 12.26 5 14.88 5.01 16.65 5.01 17.92 5.02 21.3 5.04

50 7.95 5.6 9.64 5.59 11.75 5.58 14.2 5.59 15.89 5.59 17.08 5.6 20.46 5.61

20 13.39 3.41 16.54 3.44 19.99 3.47 24.04 3.51 26.68 3.54 28.61 3.56 33.58 3.61

25 12.38 3.74 15.22 3.76 18.67 3.79 22.52 3.82 25.06 3.85 26.88 3.86 31.65 3.91

35 10.75 4.62 13.29 4.62 16.33 4.64 19.88 4.66 22.22 4.68 23.84 4.69 28.3 4.72
GSHP 20
40 10.45 5.16 12.58 5.17 15.42 5.18 18.77 5.18 21 5.2 22.62 5.21 26.88 5.24

45 9.74 5.78 11.97 5.78 14.71 5.78 17.86 5.78 19.99 5.79 21.51 5.8 25.57 5.82

50 9.54 6.47 11.57 6.46 14.1 6.45 17.04 6.46 19.07 6.46 20.49 6.47 24.55 6.48

20 18.37 4.68 22.68 4.73 27.41 4.77 32.97 4.83 36.59 4.86 39.23 4.9 46.05 4.96

25 16.97 5.14 20.87 5.18 25.6 5.21 30.89 5.25 34.37 5.29 36.87 5.31 43.41 5.38

35 14.75 6.35 18.23 6.36 22.4 6.38 27.27 6.41 30.47 6.44 32.7 6.45 38.82 6.49
GSHP 28
40 14.33 7.09 17.25 7.11 21.15 7.12 25.74 7.13 28.8 7.15 31.03 7.16 36.87 7.21

45 13.36 7.95 16.42 7.94 20.17 7.94 24.49 7.95 27.41 7.96 29.5 7.98 35.06 8.01

50 13.08 8.89 15.86 8.88 19.34 8.87 23.37 8.88 26.16 8.88 28.1 8.89 33.67 8.91

20 24.36 25.19 30.08 31.10 36.35 37.59 43.74 45.22 48.53 50.19 52.04 53.81 61.08 63.16

25 22.51 23.28 27.68 28.62 33.96 35.11 40.97 42.36 45.58 47.13 48.90 50.57 57.58 59.54

35 19.56 20.23 24.17 25.00 29.71 30.72 36.17 37.40 40.41 41.79 43.37 44.84 51.49 53.24
GSHP 38
40 19.01 19.65 22.88 23.66 28.05 29.00 34.14 35.30 38.20 39.50 41.15 42.55 48.90 50.57

45 17.72 18.32 21.78 22.52 26.76 27.67 32.48 33.58 36.35 37.59 39.12 40.45 46.50 48.09

50 17.35 17.94 21.04 21.75 25.65 26.52 31.00 32.06 34.69 35.87 37.28 38.55 44.66 46.18

20 26.97 6.75 33.31 6.81 40.26 6.88 48.43 6.96 53.74 7.01 57.63 7.05 67.64 7.15

25 24.93 7.41 30.65 7.46 37.6 7.5 45.37 7.57 50.47 7.62 54.15 7.65 63.76 7.75

35 21.66 9.14 26.77 9.16 32.9 9.19 40.05 9.24 44.75 9.27 48.02 9.29 57.01 9.35
GSHP 40
40 21.05 10.22 25.34 10.24 31.06 10.25 37.8 10.27 42.3 10.3 45.57 10.32 54.15 10.38

45 19.62 11.46 24.11 11.44 29.63 11.44 35.97 11.46 40.26 11.47 43.32 11.49 51.5 11.54

50 19.21 12.81 23.3 12.79 28.4 12.77 34.33 12.79 38.42 12.79 41.28 12.81 49.45 12.84

20 33.22 7.93 41.03 8 49.58 8.08 59.65 8.17 66.19 8.23 70.98 8.29 83.31 8.4

25 30.71 8.7 37.75 8.76 46.31 8.82 55.88 8.89 62.17 8.95 66.7 8.99 78.53 9.1

35 26.68 10.74 32.97 10.76 40.52 10.8 49.33 10.85 55.12 10.89 59.15 10.91 70.22 10.99
GSHP 45
40 25.92 12.01 31.21 12.02 38.26 12.04 46.56 12.06 52.1 12.1 56.13 12.12 66.7 12.19

45 24.16 13.46 29.7 13.44 36.5 13.44 44.3 13.46 49.58 13.48 53.36 13.5 63.43 13.55

50 23.66 15.04 28.69 15.03 34.99 15.01 42.28 15.03 47.32 15.03 50.84 15.04 60.91 15.08

kWfCooling capacity [kW]


kWeCompressor power input [kW]
To Evaporator leaving water temperature []
* Inlet/outlet evaporator water temperature difference: 5

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Heating capacity (Mod. 50-75)

To AMBIENT AIR TEMPERATURE[]

Type. -5 0 5 10 13 15 20

kWf kWe kWf kWe kWf kWe kWf kWf kWe kWf kWe kWf kWe kWf

20 36.99 9.04 45.67 9.13 55.20 9.21 66.41 9.32 73.69 9.39 79.01 9.45 92.74 9.58

25 34.18 9.92 42.03 9.99 51.56 10.05 62.20 10.14 69.21 10.20 74.25 10.25 87.42 10.38

35 29.70 12.25 36.71 12.27 45.11 12.31 54.92 12.38 61.36 12.42 65.85 12.44 78.17 12.53
GSHP 50
40 28.86 13.69 34.74 13.71 42.59 13.74 51.84 13.76 58.00 13.80 62.48 13.82 74.25 13.91

45 26.90 15.35 33.06 15.33 40.63 15.33 49.31 15.35 55.20 15.37 59.40 15.39 70.61 15.46

50 26.34 17.16 31.94 17.14 38.95 17.12 47.07 17.14 52.68 17.14 56.60 17.16 67.81 17.20

20 39.66 9.17 48.98 9.26 59.20 9.35 71.21 9.46 79.03 9.52 84.74 9.59 99.46 9.72

25 36.66 10.07 45.07 10.13 55.29 10.20 66.71 10.29 74.22 10.35 79.63 10.40 93.75 10.53

35 31.85 12.43 39.36 12.45 48.38 12.49 58.89 12.56 65.81 12.60 70.61 12.62 83.83 12.71
GSHP 55
40 30.95 13.89 37.26 13.91 45.67 13.93 55.59 13.96 62.20 14.00 67.01 14.02 79.63 14.11

45 28.85 15.57 35.46 15.55 43.57 15.55 52.89 15.57 59.20 15.59 63.70 15.62 75.72 15.68

50 28.25 17.41 34.26 17.39 41.77 17.36 50.48 17.39 56.49 17.39 60.70 17.41 72.72 17.45

20 47.83 11.20 59.06 11.31 71.38 11.42 85.87 11.55 95.29 11.63 102.17 11.71 119.93 11.87

25 44.20 12.30 54.35 12.38 66.67 12.46 80.43 12.56 89.49 12.64 96.01 12.70 113.04 12.86

35 38.41 15.18 47.46 15.21 58.33 15.26 71.01 15.34 79.35 15.39 85.14 15.42 101.09 15.53
GSHP 65
40 37.32 16.97 44.93 16.99 55.07 17.02 67.03 17.05 75.00 17.10 80.80 17.13 96.01 17.23

45 34.78 19.02 42.75 18.99 52.54 18.99 63.77 19.02 71.38 19.05 76.81 19.07 91.30 19.15

50 34.06 21.26 41.30 21.23 50.36 21.21 60.87 21.23 68.12 21.23 73.19 21.26 87.68 21.31

20 56.24 13.50 69.45 13.63 83.94 13.75 100.98 13.92 112.06 14.01 120.16 14.11 141.03 14.30

25 51.98 14.82 63.91 14.91 78.40 15.01 94.59 15.14 105.24 15.23 112.91 15.30 132.94 15.49

35 45.17 18.29 55.82 18.32 68.60 18.38 83.51 18.48 93.31 18.54 100.13 18.58 118.88 18.70
GSHP 75
40 43.89 20.44 52.83 20.47 64.77 20.50 78.83 20.54 88.20 20.60 95.02 20.63 112.91 20.76

45 40.90 22.91 50.28 22.88 61.78 22.88 74.99 22.91 83.94 22.95 90.33 22.98 107.37 23.07

50 40.05 25.61 48.57 25.58 59.23 25.55 71.58 25.58 80.10 25.58 86.07 25.61 103.11 25.68

kWfCooling capacity [kW]


kWeCompressor power input [kW]
To Evaporator leaving water temperature []
* Inlet/outlet evaporator water temperature difference: 5

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WATER PUMPS CURVES capacity
2-30 water pump curves

4-30 water pump curves


Water pump pressure head Water pump input power Water pump pressure head Water pump input power
AVAILABLE PUMP HEAD PRESSURE CALCULATION
EXAMPLE:
Suppose we calculate the available head pressure of GSHP-20 under the nominal condition (water inlet/outlet
temperature 12//7 ,
ambient air temperature 35 ).
Cooling capacity: 21 kW
Water flow: 21/(1,16665)=3.6 m3/h
Water pump total head pressure: 199 kPa
Unit hydraulic circuit pressure drop: 50 kPa
Available pump head pressure: 199-50=149 kPa

FOULING FACTOR CORRECTION COEFFICIENT

Fouling factor Evaporator


[m2 / W] F1 FP1

0 clean heat exchanger 1 1

4,4 10-5 0,98 0,99

8.8 10-5 0,96 0,99

17.6 10-5 0,93 0,98


F1 = capacity correction factors
FP1 = compressor power input correction factor
The performance data given refer to conditions with clean heat exchangers (fouling factor =1). For different fouling
factors, unit
performances should be adjusted with the correction factors shown above.

OPERATING RANGE

Its highly recommended to operate the chiller in area A.


The chiller can be operated in area B if the operating parameters are changed.
Its forbidden to operate the chiller outside area B.

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SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL
Note: sound pressure level measured in free field conditions, at 1 m from the unit and 1.5 m from the floor level of
condensing coil side.
ETHYLENE GLYCOL SOLUTIONS
The use of ethylene glycol mixtures is intended to prevent freezing in chiller heat exchangers. The use of low
freezing point mixtures
causes changes in the main thermodynamic properties of the units. The major parameters affected by the use of
glycol mixtures are
the following:
Cooling capacity
Power input
Mixture rate
Pressure drop
Table below lists correction factors applied to the most common ethylene glycol mixtures.

Glycol percentage [%] 10 20 30 40 50

Freezing point [] -3,20 -7,80 -14,10 -22,30 -33,80

Cooling capacity corr. factor 0,986 0,980 0,973 0,966 0,960

Power input corr. factor 1,000 0,995 0,990 0,985 0,975

Mixture flow corr. factor 1,023 1,054 1,092 1,140 1,200

Pressure drop corr. factor 1,061 1,114 1,190 1,244 1,310

CALCULATION EXAMPLE
An example can help to use properly the coefficients reported in the table.
Water chiller GSHP-20 presents the following performances at the nominal working conditions:
Cooling capacity: 21 kW
Power Input: 7,5 kW
Evap. in/outlet temp.: 12/7
Water flow: 3,6 m3/h
Pressure drops: 50 kPa
With 30% glycol mixture, the parameters will change to following values according to the correction factors:
Cooling capacity: 210,973 = 20,43 kW
Power input: 7,50,990 = 7,425 kW
Evap. mixture flow: 20,43 / (1,16665)1,092 = 3,827 m3/h
From the pressure drop, the value corresponding to the new mixture flow (3,827 m3/h==>58.5kPa) can be read.
The correct pressure drop corresponding to a 30% glycol mixture will be: 58.5x1.190=69.6 kPa

LOW TEMPERATURE CORRECTION FACTORS

Outlet water temperature 2 0 -2 -4 -6

Cooling capacity 0,628 0,569 0,510 0,459 0,410

Compressor power input 0,868 0,830 0,802 0,774 0,745

Minimum glycol percentage 10% 20% 20% 30% 30%

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CALCULATION EXPAMPLE
Supposing the performances of GSHP-20 unit should be at following conditions:
- Evaporator inlet/outlet water temperature: 0/-4
- Glycol: 30%
- Ambient air temperature: 35
For this unit, the nominal performances (inlet/outlet water r temp.12/7, ambient air temp. 35) are:
- Cooling capacity: 21kW
- Compressor power input: 7.5 kW
Performances at the required conditions can be calculated as followings:
1a step.
Performances are calculated without taking in account the use of glycol mixtures:
- Cooling capacity: 21 x 0.459 = 9.64 kW
- Power input: 7.5 x 0.774 = 5.8 kW
2a step.
The use of glycol mixtures is taken in account (please refer to glycol correction factor tables). In our case we have
(30% glycol):
- Cooling capacity: 9.64 x 0.973 = 9.38 kW
- Power input: 5.8 x 0.990 = 5.74 kW
- Mixture flow: 9.38/(1.1666x5) x 1.092 = 1.756 m3/h
From the pressure drop the value corresponding to the new mixture flow (1.756 m3/h==>21.5kPa) can be read.
Pressure drop: 21.5 x 1.190 = 25.585 kPa

Unit designing condition


Parameter Temperature Parameter Temperature
Cooling Heating
Evaporating temp. 2 Evaporating temperature 3
Evaporator over heat temp. 5 Evaporator over heat temperature 5K
Return air temp. 10 Air inlet temperature 11
Condensing temp. 35 Condensing temperature 50
Condenser outlet over cool temp. 5 Condenser outlet over cool temp. 5K
Heat source side water inlet temp. 18 Use side water inlet temp. 40
Heat source side water outlet temp. 29 Heat source water inlet temperature 15
Use side inlet temperature 12
Use side outlet temperature 7

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Chapter 3: TRANSPORTATION, HANDLING AND STORAGE

GSHP series water source heat pumps are supplied fully assembled.
GSHP series water source heat pumps are pre-charged with refrigerant and oil in the correct quantity
required for operation.
Inspection
Immediately upon receiving the unit, it should be inspected for possible damage which may have occurred
during transit as goods are shipped exworks at purchasers risk. In addition, ensure that all ordered
components have been received.

If any damage is evident, it should be noted on the carriers freight bill and a claim entered in accordance
with the advice note instructions. If the damage is other than superficial, immediately advise your local
representative.

The manufacturer accepts no responsibility for shipping damage, even in cases where the factory has
arranged for shipping.

Handling
The GSHP series water source heat pump are designed to be lifted using a fork lift truck.

Before moving the unit ensure that the installation site is suitable to receive the unit and to support its
weight and mechanical impact.

During handling the unit should not be inclined from the vertical.

Care should be taken to avoid damaging the paneling when lifting and moving the unit to the
installation site. The sides of the unit should be protected with stiff cardboard or plywood.

Do not remove the protective packaging until the unit is ready for operation.

Storage
If the unit is to be stored prior to installation, certain precautions should be taken to prevent damage,
corrosion or deterioration:
Ensure that all openings, such as water connections, are securely capped or sealed.
Do not store where exposed to ambient air temperatures exceeding 45C for R22 or 42C for
R407C units, preferably out of direct sunlight.
Store the unit in a location where minimum activities likely to take place to limit the risk of
accidental damage.
Do not steam clean the unit.
Remove the keys necessary to gain access to the control panel and deposit them with a
responsible person on site.
Periodic visual examination during storage is recommended.

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Inspection
Immediately upon receiving the unit, it should be inspected for
possible damage which may have occurred during transit as goods
are shipped exworks at purchasers risk. In addition, ensure that all
ordered components have been received. If any damage is evident, it
should be noted on the carriers freight bill and a claim entered in
accordance with the advice note instructions. If the damage is other
than superficial, immediately advise your local representative. The
manufacturer accepts no responsibility for shipping damage, even in
cases where the factory has arranged for shipping.
Handling
Unit are designed to be lifted using a fork lift truck or lifted using lifting
lugs and cables. A spreader bar or frame should be used with the
cables, to avoid damaging the unit. Before moving the unit ensure
that the installation site is suitable to receive the unit and to support
its weight and mechanical impact.

During handling the unit should not be inclined from the


vertical.

Care should be taken to avoid damaging the paneling when lifting and moving the unit to the
installation site. The sides of the unit should be protected with stiff cardboard or plywood.

Do not remove the protective packaging until the unit is ready for operation.

Chapter 4 DESCRIPTIONS OF CONTROLS


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Summary
Controller adopt advanced high-integrated single chip, improving the anti-jamming ability. Plastic
cover makes it easy to install. Front and back board communicate by 485. The system can be installed
integrated or separated.

Operation Scheme of Controller

Power on

Factory test

User main monitoring interface

Running parameter setting


User setting
User inquiry

Trouble shooting Temp Timing setting User Timing Temp. setting


setting

CONTROLLER :Residential Unit: GSHP 8-10-12-16-20-28-38

Figure and install manual


Running
Running indicator
status indicator
Figure

Panel board as above (fig.3-1) showed, dimension


is 119mm(L) 119mm (W), there are 11 keys, and
1 LED indicator light ( running indicator light,
located on the top of right corner and close to< >
key.)

Figure 3-1

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Installation dimension of I/O control board

telephone jack network jack

LY03

CPU

Configuration description
1. The configuration adopt in this program:
Not use heat recovery : DM600B + LY03C or DM600B+LY02C
Use heat recovery : DM600B+LY02C.
Please refer the electric wiring diagram for LY03C connection
2. Power Supply and Baud rate jumps
Before connecting I/O board, please confirm I/O board power supply terminal and
relative power lines in electric wiring diagram

A LY03C Power supply terminal is JP1, which connecting to 10.5V power supply.
The communication Baud rate is 9600, it should be in J2 of LY03C.

3. DM600B has built-in 4 cores telephone line connecting to I/O control board. There is no other
power supply connected. Also the communication between DM600B and I/O control board is
this telephone line.

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Power supply and Data communication connection scheme of DM600B +
LY03C

Connection of
communication wire

1-----yellow
4-----green
5-----red
mode Timing speed Silence 8-----black
Query clock setup reset

phone jack
net jack

ground wire
5 4 3 2 1

AC220V10%
X0 X0
AC10.5V RD
X1 X1
AC10.5V ALB14
Y0 RD
no connection Y1
no connection
power indicator light
JP1

communication indicator light

CPU LY03C

Interface and operation

Keys operation
Status explanation
Standby status: when controller connect to the power supply, but < > is not pressed, that
means, controller has power, but unit dose don start, <running indicator >
shows red light
Running status: when controller connect to the power supply, and press < >, unit start to run,
<running indicator> shows green light
Delay to stop status: when controller running, and press< > , unit enter into delay to stop
status. It stops compressor first, then cooling fan and air conditioning pump delay to stop,
<running indicator> shows green light with flash. The components which delay to stop can be
forced stop by reset key.

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Explanation for keys
< >key Running key, used for starting or stopping operation unit.
When it is in standby status, press it to start the unit, and enter into running status;
When it is in running status, press it to enter delay to stop status.
<Mode> key Press <mode> when the unit in standby mode, the unit switches running mode
between heating and cooling. At same time, it display mode type
<Query>: Key: Inquire the temperatures in the main program
<Timing>: Key: Set the starting and stopping time, please see <time on/off setting> for details,
<Clock> key: Set the system clock, please see < system clock setting> for details
<> key: Increase the set value.
<>key: Decrease the set value.
<Setup> key: press this key and hold on for 3s to enter/exit factory parameter setting
<Silence> key: press this key to Silence the alarm noise when alarm happens,
<Reset>key: 1. Query fault code;
2. After failure is fixed, pressure this key to reset, clear fault code and make the unit to
work normally
3. When unit is in delay to stop status, the unit can be forced to stop by press this key.

Interface explanation.
Power on display

Version No Count down

User main interface


After counting down to 0, it enter into enter the user main interface as follows:

/ / :

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Interface description

A B

/ / :

C D
E

The interface is divided into 7 sections (A-F) as above figures:


A: display current mode (cooling, heating)
B: display default system time, it is 24 hours system.
And when press<Timing>, it display the timing on or off value, adopt 24 hours system.
C: display current on compressor or electric heater.
D: default system control temperature
E: default no display.
When setting temperature, it would display the number 1 or 2 for what temperature are
setting,
1, setting system controlling temperature.
2, Setting controlling temperature of the heat recovery circulation pump.
F: failure code will be displayed;
When using <inquiry> key to inquire the other subjects temperature, F section display
sequence number.
- using <Query> key to inquire others temperature one by one,
- E section display sequence number,
- D section display the temperature valve.

User operation
(1) User mode switch
Use <Mode> key can switch mode cooling-heating-cooling;
The temperature adjustment range in different mode:
Cooling: lower limit to 35
Heating Top limit to 15
(2) , User temp. Inquiries
For example: water cooled water chiller use returning water as control, heating mode, then it
will display as following:
System default no fault: section D show water outlet temperature sensor value;
Press<Query> key first time: section D show water out value; section E show No2
(precondition: this thermal sensor is active).
Press <Query> key second time: section D will display cooling water temperature value;
section E show No3 (precondition: this thermal sensor is active)

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Press<Query> key third time:: Go back to the default display.

System default fault display: Section D display water returning temperature sensor value,
section E display fault code.
Press<Query> key + <Setup> key first time at the same time: section D show water in
temperature value; if there is no any key is pressed in 8 seconds, it goes back to default
display automatically.
Press<Query> key + <Setup> key second time twice at the same time: section D will display
water out temperature value; section E show No2. If there is no any key is pressed in 8
seconds, it goes back to default display automatically
Press<Query> key + <Setup> key third time at the same time: section D will display cooling
water temperature value; section E show No3. If there is no any key is pressed in 8 seconds,
it goes back to default display automatically
Press<Query> key fourth time:: Go back to the default display.

If use water out as controlling source, the default display will be: section D display water out
temperature sensor value.
If press <Query> key first time: section D display water in temperature value, section E
display No1 (precondition: this thermal sensor is active).

Sequence number and I/O temperature relationship:


1 ----- LY03C-JP3-1
2 ----- LY03C-JP3-2
3 ----- LY03C-JP3-3

(3) User temperature setting


In main interface, the temperature can be set by <Setup>
Press<Setup> key first time: section D display T.SET and flash to show the value of
temperature, it can be modified by <+> or <-> key. If there is no any key is
pressed in 20 seconds (in fault 8 seconds), it goes back to default display
automatically
Press<Setup> key second time: Go back to the default display.
Press <SET> key third time: Return to default display.

User fault Query

When system faults, section E information displayed change to show first fault code, alarm
buzzer sound di-di-di. At this moment, press <Silence> to silence alarm. It display as
following:

/ / :

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If there are several failures, it may inquiry all the fault codes by using <Query> key one by
one. after fault occurs, the default display second E is first fault code.
Press <reset> key first time: second E display second fault code.

Press <reset> key n times, if all the fault codes have been queried; section E will go back the
first fault code.

Fault code list

Code Description Code Description


0 Serial ROM data failure 24 Freezing water pump overload
1 Clock & data failure 25 Freezing water deficiency
2 Communication failure 26 Cooling water pump overload
8 Cooling water out super-cooling 27 Cooling water deficiency
9 Cooling water out overheating 30 Power failure
16 Water returning temperature 40 Compressor 1 overload protection
sensor failure in user side
17 Water out sensor failure Compressor 2 overload protection
18 Water out temperature sensor 42 Compressor low pressure protection
failure in user side
22 Water out super cooling 43 Compressor high pressure protection
23 Water out overheating protection
Press mute" key to eliminate the alarming noise. After failure resolved, press reset key to
clear the record

User setting
User clock setting

No matter what status it is, press <clock> , <><> 3 keys to set the system clock as
follows:
press <clock> key once, the minute of the clock flash, the minute can be modified by using <>
or <> key. press <clock> key twice, the hour of the clock flash, the hour can be modified by
using <> or <> key. System on/off is based on this time.

Timing On/off setting

No matter what status it is, timing on & off can be set by <Timing>,<>,<> keys as follows:
Press <Timing> key first, section B change to display on time from displaying original date and
time. Timing on in minute begin to flash, the minute can be modified by using <>, <
>.
Press the <Timing> key again, timer in Hour flash, the hour can be modified by using <>, <
>.
Press the <Timing> key third time, the timer display unit off time.

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Timing off minute begin to flash, the minute can be modified by using <>, <>
Press the <Timing> key fourth time, timing off hour begin to flash, the hour can be modified by
using <>, <>.

When the time set to Morning 00:00, the system will display --:-- automatically. It means time
on/off function has been cancelled. When press <Timing> key for 3 seconds, it will
cancel time on/off function. Time on/off display --:--.

Manufacture paramenter setting


Running parameter setting
When it stop, press <Setup> key 3 seconds to enter parameter setting status. The interface as
following:

Set main menu Set sub menu

After entering this interface, input password one by one: <->, <Timing>, <Query>, <+>,
<clock>, <mode>, then the parameter can be set.

The 3 figures interface display stand for:


1. Left 1 stand for first setting main menu
2. Middle 1 stand for first setting main menu and first submenu
3. Right 1 stand for submenu value
The detail operation as following:
Press <Setup> key to switch in main menu, press<Query> key to switch in submenu.
After selecting the submenu, modify the setting value by using <>, <> keys.
After finishing setting, press <Setup> key 3 seconds to exit parameter setting status.

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Parameter List Description
Main Submenu Content or Range Default Memo

Menu value

from

factory

1. Model 1(cooled water in) 1

2. Mode 1(heat pump),2(cooling only) 1

3 compressor quantity Max2 ; Min 1 1

1 Unit 4. Cotnrolled object 0(Retuning temp);1(Outing temp) 0 Adjust temp point of comp. Energy.

Setting 5. Wiring control 0(dail), 1(pulse). 0 External control switch

6 Heat recovery pump function 0(no heat recovery pump), 2(heat


2
recovery)

7 Heat recovery mode 0(manual), 1(auto) 1 Maual mode do not affect by temperature

1 Comp protection Max. 255s, Min. 0s 180

2 Energy adjustment Max. 255s, Min. 0s 60 Energy adjust period

3 User side pump start/stop delay Max. 255s, Min. 0s User side pump start delay
10
2 Time User side stop delay.
group 1 4 Source side pump start/stop Max. 255s, Min. 0s Source side relay time of starting pump
20
setting delay Source side relay time of stopping pump

5. Compressor LP delay Max. 255s, Min. 0s 180 LP measure delay

6. Screen period Max. 255s, Min. 0s 30

7, User side pump unload delay Max. 255s, Min. 0s See Note 1
0

1. Source side water measureing Max. 255s, Min. 0s Cooling water overheat in cooling mode after

time 1 20 compressor started, freezing water out

3 Time supper-cooling begin to measure the time.

group 2 2 Source side water measureing Max. 255s, Min. 0s Cooling water super-cooling in cooling mode after

setting time 2 180 compressor started, freezingf water out overheat in

heating begin to measure the time.

3 Again anti-freezing period Max. 255s, Min. 0s 15 Again entering anti-freezing period

4, 1, load temp different Max 25, Min 1, 2

Tempera 2. unload temp different Max 25, Min 1, 2

ture 3, Cooling min Max 35, Min -9, 7 System set lowest temperature in cooling
group 1 4, Heating max Max 59, Min 0, 50 System may set highest temperature in heating
setting 5 Super-cooling protection Max 20, Min -9, 4

6 Exit from supper-cooling Max 25, Min -9,


10

7. Overheat protection Max 90, Min 0, 60

8, Exit from overheat protection Max90, Min 0, 55

5 1 Cooling- super cooling 1 Max30, Min -9, Cooling-cooling water super cool before comp
4
temperat starting

ure 2 Cooling-overheating 1 Max60, Min20, Cooling-cooling water super heat before comp
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group 2 starting

setting(r 3 Cooling- super cooling 2 Max30, Min-9, Cooling-cooling water super cool after comp
4
elative to starting
cooling 4, Cooling-overheating2 Max60, Min 20, Cooling-cooling water super heat after comp
47

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water starting

5 Heating- super cooling1 Max30, Min -9, Heating-cooling water super cool before comp
2
starting

6 Heating- super heating1 Max60, Min 20, Heating-cooling water super heat before comp
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starting

7 Heating-super cooling 2 Max30, Min -9, Heating-cooling water super cool after comp
2
starting

8 Heating-super heating2 Max60, Min 20, Heating-cooling water super heat after comp
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starting

6 1 Anti-freezing temperature of user Max15, Min 0,


4
Tempera side pump

ture 2 Source side pump anti-freezing Max15, Min 0, 4

group3 3, Compressor anti-freeze Max15, Min 0,


2
setting temperature
(anti-free 4, Exit anti-freezing temp Max25, Min 0, Exit anti-freezing temp of compressor and air
15
zing conditioning pump
related) 5, Source side pump exit Max25, Min 0, Exit anti-freezing temp of source side pump
10
anti-freezing temp.

6, Heat recovery pump Max25, Min 1,


2
temperature difference.

7, Temp 1, First route modify Max9, Min -9, 0

modify 2 Second route modify Max9, Min -9, 0

setting 3, Third route modify Max9, Min -9, 0

8 1 Comp overload protection 0(on) , 1(off) 0

Group1 2, Comp LP protection. 0(on) , 1(off) 0

input 3, Comp HP protection 0(on) , 1(off) Off means: if there is no fault occurs, the contact
0
setting point is off.

1 User side pump overload 0(on) , 1(off) 1 On means : if there is no fault , the contact point is

2 User side pump lading of water 0(on) , 1(off) on.


0
flow

9 3 Source side pump overload 0(on) , 1(off) 1


Group1 4,source side pump lacking of 0(on) , 1(off)
0
input water flow
setting 5, heat recovery pump overload 0(on) , 1(off) 1

6 Heat recovery pump ladking of 0(on) , 1(off)


0
water flow

7, Power supply fault 0

10 1 First route sensor 0(no use), 1 (use)

temperat 2 Second route sensor 0(no use), 1 (use)

ure 3 Third route sensor 0(no use), 1 (use) Set up sensor in use or not

sensor

using or

not

Note1 : When in units are running, the compressor are all unload, the delay between the source side pump stop and user side pump stop, if the

setting value is 0, means that the source side pump are running all the time after the user side pump stopping. The default factory value is 0 .

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System time and using period setting
When the unit stops, press <clock> key + <Setup> key, the screen prompt: enter password
as following:

After entering, enter password one by one: <->, <Timing>, <Query>, <+>, <clock>, <mode>,
(password & parameter setting).

/ / :

It display if this function is used.


0System time
0. Expired
1Expired date
1Valid period

Detail operation is as following:

Press <Query> key, Time display can be switched between system time and using period limit;

Press <clock>, <+>, <-> 3 keys to modify time in turn, the setting method is same as time setting.

It is valid right after system time modified and saved;

The using period limit valid after stopping flashes and it is saved, or press <clock> + <Setup>
keys to exit and save

When using time displayed, press <timer> to modify whether the using time is valid or not.

Press <clock> + <Setup> to exit

Using period limit whether expired based on system time, not user time!

When using period valid and reach to expired time, all unit stop to running and alarm, it show as
following:
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At this moment, the unit can not start, <silence> function. System time and using period setting
function available.

Controlling logic
Heat recovery function ( running normally):
1) When in below both two condition, the heat recovery pump running, and if do not use
the heat recovery pump temperature sensor, only in condition a) , the heat recovery
running.
a) Any of compressor running
b) Heat recovery pump temperature Heat recovery setting temperature Heat
recovery pump temperature difference.
2) When in any of below two condition, the heat recovery pump stop, and if do not use
the heat recovery pump temperature sensor, the below condition c) do not control the
heat recovery pump.
c) Heat recovery pump temperature Heat recovery setting temperature +
Heat recovery pump temperature difference.
d) All the compressor stop.

Operation of unit on
Press < > key to start the unit,
Start user side pump: after start user side pump: user side pump delay to start,
Start source side pump: after start source side pump, source side pump delay to start, if there
is energy load requirement, turn on compressor. The delay time above can be adjusted
.
Operation of unit off
Press < > key to stop the unit.
Stop the running compressor, then source side pump delay to stop, source side pump off,
user side delay to stop, user side pup off, the delay time can be adjusted
in the delay process, running light green with flash; after delay finished, running light is red.

Energy adjusting
Suppose the set return (discharge) temperature is 15 the temperature loading difference
is 2temperature unloading difference is 2, then the temperature control logical scheme
is as figure 5-1:

T1 point inspected temperature is point A;

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T2 point inspected temperature is point B
T3 point inspected temperature is point C
T4 point inspected temperature is point D

In t1, the temp is in loading area, the compressor load, the compressor protection time of
running one comp in non-fault shortest time reach to set point, it will re-count energy
period, after one circle to reach t2.
In t2, the temp is in protection area, to keep the original energy still, and continue to count
time.
After In t2:
If temp measured reaching unload area (for example, at t3), it will unload the one
compressor which running longest time. The energy timer reset to zero and start to
re-count.

If temp measured reaching emergency area (for example, at t4), all compressor unload,
not working, and then re-count energy period time

In loading, unloading or emergency stop a energy period, no energy adjustment. After


reaching period, the loading, unloading, or emergency requirement occurs, it will have
energy adjustment right way, then re-count.

Protection logic

Protection for Lacking of water flow:


After user side pump start in 10 seconds (user side pump delay to start, settable), it check user
side water flow switch status. If it continues 10 second off, the unit stops and alarm.
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After source side pump starting 20s, (source side pump start/stop delay, settable), check source
side water flow switch status, If it continues 10 second off, the unit stops and alarm.

Protection for Lacking of compressor overload:


If the compressor overload protection switch continues off 2 seconds, the relative unit stops and
alarm

Protection for compressor high pressure:


If the compressor high pressure protection switch continues off 2 seconds, the unit stops and
alarm

Protection for compressor low pressure:


A. From no compressor running to compressor begin to run 3 minutes, low pressure switch is
screened.
B. When compressor is running, if low pressure switch continue to action for 3 minutes (180
seconds, compressor low pressure delay, settable), then the compressor stops and alarm.
C. When it is in standby status, If the compressor low pressure switch continues to action for 3
minutes (180 seconds, compressor low pressure delay, settable), then compressor does not
allow to start and unit alarm

Protection for user side water out supper-cool and overheat:

In cooling mode: when user side water out temperature 3 continue 2 seconds
(cooling-overheat temperature 1, settable), source side pump stop
and alarm
In heating mode: when user side water out temperature 60 continue 2 seconds
(overheat temperature 1, settable), disable protection, reset fault
section.

Protection for source side supper-cool or overheat:

In cooling mode:
A. Before compressor starting, if source side water out temperature 13
(cooling-supper cooling temperature 1, settable), or source side temperature > 40
(cooling-overheat temperature 1, settable) continue 20 second, then system
do not allow to start compressor, system alarm.
B. After compressor run 20 seconds, (cooling measure time 1, settable), if source
side water out temp > 47 (cooling-overheat temperature 2, settable) and
continue 20 second, then compressor stop and system alarm.
C. After compressor run 180 seconds, (cooling measure time 2, settable), if source
side water out temp 15 (cooling-overheat temperature 2, settable) and
continue 20 second, then compressor stop and system alarm.
D. Only water temperature in range 13 to 40,the unit exit alarm and to reset
fault, restart compressor

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In heating mode:
A. Before compressor starting, if source side water out temperature 10
(heating-supper cooling temperature 1, settable), or source side temperature >
35 (heating-overheat temperature 1, settable) continue 20 second, then
system do not allow to start compressor, system alarm.
B. After compressor run 20 seconds, (cooling measure time 1, settable), if source
side water out temp > 47 (heating-supper cooling temperature 2, settable)
and continue 20 second, then compressor stop and system alarm.
C. After compressor run 180 seconds, (cooling measure time 2, settable), if source
side water out temp >32 (heating-overheat temperature 2, settable) and
continue 20 second, then compressor stop and system alarm.
D. Only water temperature in range 13 to 40,the unit exit alarm and to reset
fault, restart compressor

Fault-restrict relationship:

Compressor stop :
Compressor overload protection, compressor HP/LP protection, source side
pump fault, water out (overheat) protection.
Unit stop :
User side pump overload, user side pump lack of water, water in/out sensor
fault, source side sensor fault, power supply fault, communication fault.
Running light:
After system starting to run, running light output on, after all equipment
stop, running light output off.

Alarm light:
When system fault occurs, if fault dose not to be reset, then, alarm light output on,
when all fault reset, alarm light off

Wiring control on/off:


When wiring switch is on, the system is in on status, system starting; when wiring
switch is off, if system is in starting status, it stop.

Relative logic
Anti-freezing logic:
A. water out temp. 4 (pump anti-freezing, settable). Turn on the user side water pump.
B, water out temp. 2 (compressor anti-freezing, settable). Start up one compressor.
C. eliminate the water temp. fluctuation 10s ( unsettable)
Exit anti-freezing condition.
A, water out tem. 15(exit anti-freezing temp. settable). Compressor and user side pump stop
Force to exit the anti-freezing
Press the < > key forces to exit the anti-freezing condition.

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DM600B LCD ICON DESCRIPTION

Auto mode Humifier

Cooling mode De-humified

Heating mode Wind swing

Air/water model Networking

Compressor Defrost

Electric heater Pump/fan motor

Fault

Wind speed

Electric theory draw (Residential units)

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40
JP8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Phone base
Web base
Temperature public end

JP1

2
X0
X1
Y0
User side inlet water temperature
User side outlet water temperature

Y1
Source side outlet water temperature

N
Heat recovery circulation temperature

Input AC220V
J1 J2 J3 J4 J5 J6 J7 J8

6 5 4 3 2 1
CPU

ALB14
Main power supply indicator

Deputy power supply indicator

JP5

Compressor overload protection

Compressor LP protection
Compressor HP protection
Communication indicator

10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

Input public end


LY02C
JP3

JP4
1
1

Compressor
JP7

User side water not enough 4 Way valve

Source side water not enough Source side Heat recovery


water pump water pump
Heat recovery water not enough User side water pump
Power supply error Running indiator
Remote controller Alarm indicator
Output public end Output public end
10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

Input public end


2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Output public end Output public end

2 2
#1Electrical heater
N

#1Heating valve
#1Compressor

Output end
Output end
Temp public end J1 J2 J3 J4 J5 J6 J7 J8

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
2 Communication indicator

2
User inlet water temp
JP4 1 2 3 4
Source outlet water temp CPU
Source outlet water temp JP3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Source outlet water temp

Output public end


Phone Heat recovery water pump Ambient temp

Running indicator

Output public end


Output public end
Source side pump
#2Heating valve

Alarm indicator
J1:
base

User side pump


#2Compressor
J3 J2

JP8
Web OFF OFF 4800
OFF ON 9600
base JP1


ON OFF 19200
1
JP3 2
Y1
4 Temperature sensor public end 3 JP4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

2
Power supply indicator Y0
3
2
Heat recovery water temperature
Communication indicator
4
LY02C


Main power supply indicator
1

LY04C

Source side water not enough

Electrical heating overload


CPU

User side water not enough


Source side pump overload
Comp 2 overload heating

User side pump overload


Deputy power supply indicator

Comp1 overload heating


JP7

Comp1 HP Protection
Comp1 LP Protection

Comp2 HP Protection
Comp2 LP Protection

Power supply error


Input public end 4

Remote controller
Input public end

Input public end

Input public end


Heat recovery water not enough 3 SK3
Heat recovery pump overload 2 FR5
Input public end 1


JP1 6 5 4 3 2 1 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

X0
X1
Y0
Y1
JP5 JP7

ALB14

PT1
PH1
PL1
PT2
PH2
PL2

FR3
SK1
FR4
SK2

FR5

SA1
FV
2 N

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WIRING DIAGRAM (Residential units)

Output public end


Output public end
Heat recovery
4 way valve
Compressor

water pump
J1 J2 J3 J4 J5 J6 J7 J8

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Temperature public end Communication indicator

User side inlet water temp


User side outlet water temp CPU
Source side outlet water temp JP3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Heat recovery water temp

JP8

Phone base
JP4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

LY02C

Web base
Main power supply indicator

Comp overload protection


Comp LP protection
Comp HP protection

Input public end


Deputy power supply indicator

Ground
JP1 6 5 4 3 2 1 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
JP7
JP5

X0
X1
Y0
Y1
2 N

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#1Electrical heater
#1Heating valve
#1Compressor

Output end
Output end
Temp public endJ1 J2 J3 J4 J5 J6 J7 J8

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Communication indicator
User inlet water temp
Source outlet water temp CPU
Source outlet water temp JP3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Source outlet water temp
Ambient temp

Running indicator

Output public end


Output public end
Source side pump
#2Heating valve

Alarm indicator
J1:

User side pump


#2Compressor
J3 J2

JP8
OFF OFF 4800
OFF ON 9600


ON OFF 19200

JP4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

LY02C


Main power supply indicator

Source side water not enough

Electrical heating overload


JP4 1 2 3 4

User side water not enough


Comp 2 overload heating

Source side pump overload


Deputy power supply indicator

Comp1 overload heating

User side pump overload



Comp1 HP Protection
Comp1 LP Protection

Comp2 HP Protection
Comp2 LP Protection

Input public end

Power supply error


Remote controller
JP3

Input public end

Input public end


Temperature sensor public end

JP1
4
3 Heat recovery water temperature
2 Stand by


3 2 1
Stand by Y1
LY04C
1
Y0

JP7
Input public end 4 JP1 6 5 4 3 2 1 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Heat recovery water not enough 3 JP5
Heat recovery water pump overload 2
Input public end 1

X0
X1
Y0
Y1
ALB14

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INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE
LIFTING AND HANDLING

The units are shipped inside a cardboard/wooden box, positioned on a wooden pallet.

When unloading and positioning the unit, take the utmost care to avoid any sharp movements or jolting. Internal
handling should be done carefully and gently, without using the machine's components as strong points.

The unit can be lifted with forklift, inserting the forks into the supporting pallet or, alternatively, by slinging it with
belts, taking care not to damage the sides and cover of the unit, and the angle of slant should be less than 30
(as shown in the figures). In this connection, refer to the weights given in the technical tables. It is necessary to
take care not to tilt the machine during these operations.

During lifting, make sure you have securely anchored the unit, to prevent it from accidentally tipping over or
falling.

To guarantee the normal running and avoid failure happens, installation must be done by the
technician with certain air conditioning knowledge and experience, read the manual before
installing the unit.
Receive and check the goods
When the unit has been transported to the designated place. Consumer should organize the
related man to open the box and check and accept the goods.
check whether or not the attached document is full.
certification bmanual cservice card dpacking list
according to the above documents to check the model, specs and accessories
check whether or not the unit has been damaged, or the spare is full.
whether the refrigerant charged exists leakage.
After the above checking, if the units are found has some damage or question, please inform
that of our corporation or our local agency, in order that we can deal with it properly.
Remark: after the unit has been check up, please take measures to protect it from being
damaged, the pack is inadvisable to be removed arbitrarily or two early.
Transit and Hanging installation
Every unit has been tested and examined by strictly process to guarantee the capacity and
quality. Customer should be careful when transiting and installing the unit, to avoid the control
system or the pipe parts being damaged. move the unit to the most close place to the final
installing place before removing the pack keep the unit upward. move away the removed pack
shell

Hanging installation
the hanging of the unit related to the safety of man, so please dont hang the unit by yourself,
please turn to the professional company. hereby we recommend a hanging method, use two
special hanging shelf hanging on the top of the unit to support the steel wire. to avoid the panel
been destroyed by the unit body, the intensity of steel wire should three times of the unit
weight. hanging ring should be connected hard. people are not allowed to stand below the unit
when installing it. the weight of the unit can be find out in the label on the unit body. correct
installing methods is as follows:

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Installation
Installing position and its base
Unit should be installed on the level off ground or roof, or install the unit on a parallel
groove steel or rail steel. keep it level. the base of the unit and its fastness you may refer to
the following example:

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Chapter 5: Installation
Note: Installation is to be done by qualified persons.

1. Preparation

(1) Check and accept

Check the units carefully after delivery and see if

a) there are full copies of Instruction Manual, Warranty Card and Packing List;

b) the materials mentioned in are in line with the unit;

c) there are any damages occurred and the spare parts are all complete;

d) there are any refrigerant leak

If there are any damages or questions during check and delivery taking, please contact the dealers.

(2) Transportation and hoisting

Hoist the sets to the appointed place with thick rope. Damping measures should be taken during
transportation. The sets should keep level with the tilt angle less than 30o. The rope may not touch
the fans and screen.

1. Installation of the set

a) Avoid direct sunlight

b) Installed in the places that noise, cool and warm air from the operation of the units dont
not affect the neighbors and passers-by.

c) Avoid places with flammable gases


Before installing the unit, make sure that the building structure and/or mounting
surface can support the unit weight. Overall weights are detailed in Technical data.

Be careful that water will be discharged during operation

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Chapter 6: Test Operation

1. The first checking before the start

(1) Check the power and ensure there is fine groundprotect.

Note: Do ensure the grounding is reliable and dont operate with electricity if the
grounding is not well.
(2) See if the valves of the component and the fan coils are well installed and be placed at the
right and start-stop position.

(3) See if the water rate of the whole pipe system is full and if the air is released thoroughly.

(4) See if the heat preservation is good.

(5) See if the water-back and the static pressure are regular.

(6) See the impellers of the fan coil are flexible and if the blades of the axial fan are interfering
with the fan cover.

2. The whole set working testing

When finishing the whole checking of the system, its time to have a whole testing with
electricity.
(1) Switch on the power, start several fan coils. Press the ONOFF key to make the
water pump working steadily. If there is a whistle or the green direct light is shining, it
means there is air in the system. Now stop the set and release it and restart the set. A 3
sec. Delay of the pumps starting may cause the component start. Now judge if there is
strange sound by ears. If so, stop the power and check at once.

(2) Check the cold-hot water exchanging of each unit and observe the pressure table.

(3) Check the water valves of each room and ensure there is certain water flow in each
room. Design the working status up to the user.

(4) Observe the temp variations in the room. Check the in/out water temp. of the set and
keep a 3oC difference.

(5) Try working for a period 3 days generally and ensure there isnt any breakdown.

(6) Before daily use, clear the water-filter after the testing.

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OVERALL DIMENSION
Residential series units


1 Cooling water outlet
4 Freezing water outlet
7 Lifting hole 4-35

2 Cooling water inlet


5 Installation hole 4-13
8 Handler

3 Freezing water inlet


6 Cable hole22 and45

Residential Unit Outline Size


Model A B C D E F G H I J K L M

GSHP 4.5 814 550 850 501 890 210 455 900 126 179 1" 680 128

GSHP 6.5 919 550 955 501 995 210 455 900 126 179 1" 680 128

GSHP 8 919 630 955 581 995 210 455 900 129 179 1" 694 114

GSHP 10 919 630 955 581 995 210 455 900 129 179 1" 694 114

GSHP 12 919 630 955 581 995 210 455 900 129 179 1" 656 152

GSHP 14 1080 680 1116 631 1156 231.5 505 950 134 219 1" 714 144

GSHP 16 1080 680 1116 631 1156 231.5 505 950 134 219 1" 714 144

GSHP 20 1080 680 1116 631 1156 231.5 605 1050 134 269 1.5" 814 144

GSHP 28 1140 840 1176 791 1216 274.5 605 1050 140 269 1.5" 768 180

GSHP 35 1284 840 1320 791 1360 274.5 605 1050 140 269 1.5" 768 180

GSHP 40 1284 840 1320 791 1360 274.5 685 1130 140 329 1.5" 788 240

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Commercial series units


1 Cooling water outlet
4 Freezing water outlet
7 Lifting hole 4-35

2 Cooling water inlet


5 Installation hole 4-13
8 Handler

3 Freezing water inlet


6 Cable hole22 and45
9 Control Panel

Commercial Unit Outline Size


Model A B C D E F G H I J K L M

GSHP45 1449 940 1485 891 1552 327.5 327 1050 168 152 2" 790 152

GSHP 50 1449 940 1485 891 1552 327.5 327 1050 168 152 2" 790 152

GSHP 55 1449 940 1485 891 1552 327.5 327 1050 168 152 2" 790 152

GSHP 65 1449 940 1485 891 1552 327.5 447 1130 168 228 2" 790 228

GSHP 75 1449 940 1485 891 1552 327.5 447 1130 168 228 2" 790 228

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