Daikin Altherma LT-CB

Daikin Altherma LT-CB

All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Heating Daikin Altherma LT-CB 5. Configuration and Commissioning Air Conditioning Applied Systems Refrigeration TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5. Configuration & commissioning 1. User interface - overview 2. Installer settings 1. 2. 3. 4. How to Space Heating(SPH) Domestic hot water (DHW) Other settings 3. Enduser settings 4. Exercise on settings 5. Commissioning and test run 1. Quick wizard 2. Air purge 3. Test run 4. Actuators 5. Screed Dry-out 6. Checklist 6. Handover to enduser All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20

2 5.1. User interface - overview TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC Differences in User interface EKRUCBL* - Standard All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT EKRUCBS - simplified Name: 2/13/20 3 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.1. User interface - overview 1. Buttons Button ON/OFF Indication LED ON/OFF indication All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 4 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.1. User interface - overview 1. Buttons

Navigating / Changing settings 1 5 1 3 2 Home pages: LWT Main / LWT add / Room Temp / Tank Temp 3 ON/OFF: LWT Main / LWT add / Room Temp / Tank Temp Has to be activated in each home page separately 4 - Menu Structure / Back - Opens the menu structure - Goes a level up in the menu structure - Goes back one step 5 Information about Malfunction Warnings and errors 6 Confirms a selection Home pages: - Switch between actual and desired values - Child lock push for 5 sec In Menu structure: - Confirm a selection - Enter in a submenu - Enables you to activate or deactivate a function lock if pressed for more than 5 seconds in the main menu of the menu structure 6 2 All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT 4 Name: 2/13/20

5 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.1. User interface - overview 2. Home Screen / User Profiles Basic user profile All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Detailed user profile Name: 2/13/20 6 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.1. User interface overview 3. Icons All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 7 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.1. User interface - overview 1. Buttons EKRUCBS simplified controller Navigation buttons Adjust the desired room temp. (on room temp. Home screen 1 5

1 2 3 2 Domestic hot water control - Read out actual DHW temp. - Read out desired DHW temp. - Switch ON/OFF the DHWcontrol 3 ON/OFF: space heating/cooling or DHW control Has to be activated in each home page separately 4 Space Heating/Cooling control - Read out actual room temp. - Adjust of the desired room temp. (up/down) - Switch ON/OFF the room temp. control 5 Instant boost of DHW 4 All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 8 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.1. User interface overview 3. Icons EKRUCBS simplified controller All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20

9 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.1. Installer settings How to 1. Press the button 2. Press the button, till you see + before breadcrum 3. Go to Information (6) 4. Press OK 5. Go to User permission level 6. Press OK 7. Change Advanced End User into Installer By pressing the button for 5 sec 7. Press 2 times button 8. Go to Installer Settings (A) 9. Press OK to enter When the Installer level is active the screens All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: is indicated on the home 2/13/20 10 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.1. Installer settings How to Example of installer settings menu 1 1. Indication of the path [Bread Crumb] A Installer Setting 3 Space operation 1 LWT settings 1 Main 2 3

3 4 2. Name of the current menu Main 3. Currently selected row Line 3 = Modulated LWT 4. The selected line is highlighted - Select a line using the - Proceed to the next screen using or - Confirm a change of a setting using the key All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 11 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.1. Installer settings How to [A] Installer settings Language System layout Space operation Domestic hot water (DHW) Heat sources Overview Settings System operation 05 Commissioning Overview settings 00 1 01 0 02

1 03 0 04 10 05 16 06 50 07 50 08 50 09 20.0 0a 0c 20.0 0d Confirm All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 5 Adjust 20.0 0b 20.0 0e Scroll 2/13/20 12

TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.1. Installer settings - Menu structure overview All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 13 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.1. Installer settings How to Please be aware not all settings are available within the bread crumb method and these will have to be set within the field settings menu and vice versa. Within the following presentation slides we will show the below boxes that will indicate if the parameter can be set within the bread crumb method or the overview settings menu or both Bread Crumb [A.2.1.B] Bread Crumb Bread Crumb [A.2.1.5] Overview Overview 4-0B Overview 5-0D Bread crumb method only Overview settings method only Both methods available - See also Field Settings Table for full overview of all the settings. All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20

14 14 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.1. Installer settings Field setting table All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 15 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.2. Installer settings Space Heating Three unit control methods in Space Heating: Leaving water temperature (LWT) External room thermostat (ext. RT) Room thermostat (RT) Bread Crumb [A.2.1.7] Overview C-07 All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 16 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.2. Installer settings Space Heating 1. Leaving water temperature control (LWT)

[A.2.1.7.] = [0c-07] = 0 - Unit tries to reach a specific setpoint of LWT - Pump speed and compressor frequency regulate based on the deltaT = LWT - RWT Bread Crumb [A.2.1.7] Overview C-07 All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 17 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.2. Installer settings Space Heating 2. External Room Thermostat control (Ext RT) [A.2.1.7.] = [0c-07] = 1 - The external thermostat decides on the ON/OFF and/or cool/heat operation of the unit - Unit tries to reach a specific setpoint of LWT - Pump speed and compressor frequency regulate based on the deltaT = LWT - RWT Bread Crumb [A.2.1.7] Overview C-07 All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 18 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY

PUBLIC 5.2.2. Installer settings Space Heating 3. Room Thermostat control (RT) [A.2.1.7.] = [0c-07] = 2 - Unit tries to reach a specific LWT set point - With this LWT the unit will reach a specific Room Temperature (measured by UI) - Pump speed and compressor frequency regulation are based on the deltaT = LWT - RWT Bread Crumb [A.2.1.7] Overvi ew C-07 All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 19 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.2. Installer settings Space Heating 4. Number of LWT zones [A.2.1.8] = [7-02] 2 LWT zones: 1 LWT zone: Bread Crumb [A.2.1.8] - 1 Main zone: Lowest LWT in Heating; highest LWT in Cooling - 1 Add zone: Highest LWT in Heating; lowest LWT in Cooling Overview 7-02 All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name:

2/13/20 20 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.2. Installer settings Space Heating 5. Shut-off valve [A.3.1.1.6.1] = [F-0B] Close the valve during thermo ON/OFF of the main zone: - (0) NO: do not close - (1) YES: close [A.3.1.1.6.2] = [F-0C] Close the valve during cooling operation: - (0) No: do not close - (1) YES: close Only applicable when 2 LWT Zones are active! Bread Crumb [A.3.1.1.6.1] [A.3.1.1.6.2] Overview F-0B F-0C All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 21 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.2. Installer settings Space Heating 14. Equilibrium Point [A.5.1.4] = [5-01] Equilibrium Temperature [5-00] = BUH operation allowed above Equilibrium temperature during space heating operation. - (0) YES : allowed - (1) NO : not allowed Heating Demand

Heat Pump Capacity High Design Capacity Bread Crumb [A.5.1.4] - Overview 5-01 5-00 All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Equilibrium Point More heat is needed Required Heat Low Cold Name: Warm Outdoor Temperature 2/13/20 22 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.2. Installer settings Space Heating 6. Pump operation mode [A.2.1.9] = [F-0D] - (0) Continuous pump operation o - (1) Sample

o - Samples every 5 minutes for 3 minutes (2) Request o Bread Crumb [A.2.1.9] Regardless of thermo ON/OFF Operates only when the thermostat (UI or Ext RT) generate a thermo ON request Overview F-0D All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 23 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.2. Installer settings Space Heating 7. LWT setpoint mode [A.3.1.1.1] (Main Zone) - (0) Fixed - - Fixed in time (1) Weather Dependent - Depends on outdoor temp. - (2) Fixed + scheduled

- (3) WD + scheduled [A.3.1.2.1] (Similar settings for the Additional Zone) Bread Crumb [A.3.1.1.1] [A.3.1.2.1] Overview - All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 24 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.2. Advanced End-user settings Space Heating 8. Weather Dependent - Heating [7.7.1.1] -> Main zone o Only if [A.3.1.1.1] = WD or WD + scheduled Gra the phic Us ally er int displ erf a ace yed on !!! 35C 25C Bread Crumb [7.7.1.1] [7.7.2.1] Overview

Ad dit ion al Z on e 1-00 1-01 1-02 1-03 0-00 0-01 0-02 0-03 All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT -10C 15C [7.7.2.1] -> Additional zone o Only if [A.3.1.2.1] = WD or WD + scheduled Name: 2/13/20 25 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.2. Installer settings Space Heating 8. Weather Dependent - Cooling [7.7.1.2] -> Main zone g n i t t e s r n a

e r o m y o Only if [A.3.1.1.1] = WD or WD + scheduled o Only if [A.3.1.1.6.2] = 0 (Shut off valveGcooling) Bread Crumb [7.7.1.2] 22C Overview o N [7.7.2.2] Ad dit ion al Z on e 1-04 1-05 1-06 1-07 1-08 1-09 0-04 0-05 0-06 0-07 n i t All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT e l l a t s

ra the phic Us ally er int displ erf a ace yed on !!! 18C 20C 35C [7.7.2.2] -> Additional zone o Only if [A.3.1.2.1]Name: = WD or WD + scheduled 2/13/20 26 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.2. Installer settings Space Heating 9. Modulated LWT [A.3.1.1.5] = [8-05] Applicable only when the User Interface is used as a Room Thermostat LWT setpoint cannot be adjusted by the end user, it can only be read Absolute LWT setpoint Weather depending LWT setpoint [7.4.2.1] [7.4.2.5] e.g 0C [7.4.2.2] [7.4.2.6] e.g -2C All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name:

[7.4.1.2] [7.4.1.1] 8-05 8-09 8-0A [7.4.1.2] Overview [7.4.1.1] Bread Crumb A.3.1.1.5 7.4.2.1 7.4.2.2 2/13/20 27 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.2. Installer settings Space Heating Additional Zone Main Zone 10. Temperature Range (LWT) Bread Crumb Overview Description A.3.1.1.2.2 9-00 Maximum temp (heating) A.3.1.1.2.1 A.3.1.1.2.4 A.3.1.1.2.3

9-01 9-02 9-03 Minimum temp (heating) Maximum temp (cooling) Minimum temp (cooling) A.3.1.2.2.2 A.3.1.2.2.1 A.3.1.2.2.4 11. OperationA.3.1.2.2.3 Range 9-06 9-05 9-08 Prevent 9-07 Bread Crumb Overview A.3.3.1 4-02 A.3.3.2 F-01 All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Range 37 ~ 50C (small OU) 37 ~ 55C (big OU) 15 ~ 37C 18 ~ 22C 5 ~ 18C 37 ~ 50C (small Maximum temp (heating) OU) 37 ~ 55C (big OU) 15 ~ 37C Minimum temp (heating) 18 ~ 22C Maximum temp (cooling) overheating /

overcooling 5 ~ 18C Minimum temp (cooling) Description Space Heating OFF Temperature Space Cooling ON Temeprature Name: Range 14 ~ 25C (small OU) 14 ~ 35C (big OU) 10 ~ 35C Default: 20C 2/13/20 28 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.2. Installer settings Space Heating 12. Room Temperature Range Room Thermostat Bread Crumb A.3.2.1.2 A.3.2.1.1 A.3.2.1.4 A.3.2.1.3 Overview 3-06 3-07 3-08 3-09 Description Maximum temp (heating) Minimum temp (heating) Maximum temp (cooling) Minimum temp (cooling) Range 18 ~ 30C 12 ~ 18C 25 ~ 35C 15 ~ 25C 13. Room Temperature Step Bread Crumb

Overview A.3.2.4 Description Room temp. step 1C (default). The desired room temperature on the user interface is settable per 1C 0.5C. The desired room temperature on the user interface is settable per 0.5C 14. Emitter Type Bread Crumb Overview A.3.1.1.7 9-0B All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Description Emitter type 0= Quick 1= Slow (default) Name: 2/13/20 29 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.3. Installer settings Domestic Hot Water 1. Can the system prepare DHW? [A.2.2.1] = [E-05] (0) = NO without DHW tank (*HB* - model) (1) = YES with DHW tank (*HV* - model) 2. Is a DHW tank installed in the system? [E-06] (0) = NO (1) = YES

3. DHW tank [A.2.2.3] = [E-07] (0) = type 1 = *HB* Wall hung (1) = type 2 = *HV* Floor Standing Bread Crumb A.2.2.1 A.2.2.3 All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: Overview E-05 E-06 E-07 2/13/20 30 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.3. Installer settings Domestic Hot Water 3. Disinfection operation Bread Crumb A.4.4.1 A.4.4.2 A.4.4.3 A.4.4.4 A.4.4.5 Overview Description 2-01 2-00 2-02 2-03 2-04 No/Yes

Operation day Start time Temp. target Duration All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 31 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.3. Installer settings Domestic Hot Water 4. Setpoint Mode [A.4.1] = [6-0D] - 0= Reheat Only - 1= Reheat + Schedule - 2= Scheduled only (default) [A.4.5]=[6-0E] Maximum setpoint Bread Crumb A.4.1 A.4.5 Overview 6-0D 6-0E All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 32 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.3. Installer settings Domestic Hot Water 5. Setpoint Mode = REHEAT ONLY [6-00] HP ON temp [6-01] HP OFF temp

Bread Crumb - Overview 6-00 6-01 All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 33 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.3. Installer settings Domestic Hot Water 6. Setpoint Mode = SCHEDULED ONLY [7.4.3.1] = [6-0A] Storage Comfort [7.4.3.2] = [6-0B] Storage Eco Bread Crumb 7.4.3.1 7.4.3.2 A.4.6 A.4.7 A.4.7 A.4.7 A.4.7 Overview 6-0A 6-0B 0-0B 0-0C 0-0D 0-0E All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 34 TOP SECRET

SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.3. Installer settings Domestic Hot Water 6. Setpoint Mode = SCHEDULED ONLY [7.4.3.1] = [6-0A] Storage Comfort [7.4.3.2] = [6-0B] Storage Eco Bread Crumb 7.4.3.1 7.4.3.2 A.4.2.1 A.4.2.2 A.4.2.3 A.4.2.3 A.4.2.3 A.4.2.3 Overview 6-0A 6-0B 0-0B 0-0C 0-0D 0-0E All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 35 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.3. Installer settings Domestic Hot Water 7. Setpoint Mode = REHEAT + SCHEDULED [7.4.3.3] = [6-0C] Reheat setpoint [6-08] Reheat hysteresis changeable again [7.4.3.1] = [6-0A] Storage comfort Reheat On

[7.4.3.1] = [6-0B] Storage eco 1) Reheat SP [6-08] Bread Crumb 7.4.3.3 7.4.3.1 7.4.3.2 A.4.2.1 A.4.2.2 A.4.2.3 A.4.2.3 A.4.2.3 A.4.2.3 2) HP-OFF [6-08] Overview 6-0C 6-08 6-0A 6-0B 0-0B 0-0C 0-0D 0-0E All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 36 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.3. Installer settings Domestic Hot Water 8. DHW timers [8-00] Min running time for DHW [8-01] Max running time for DHW [8-02] Anti-recycling time [8-04] Additional running time for the max running time [8-03] BSH delay timer

Bread Crumb - Overview 8-00 8-01 8-02 8-04 8-03 All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 37 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.3. Installer settings Domestic Hot Water 8. DHW timers [8-00] Min running time for DHW [8-01] Max running time for DHW [8-02] Anti-recycling time [8-04] Additional running time for the max running time [8-03] BSH delay timer Bread Crumb - Overview 8-00 8-01 8-02 8-04 8-03 All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name:

2/13/20 38 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.3. Installer settings Domestic Hot Water 9. BSH operation [7-00] DHW BSH overshoot temperature [7-01] DHW BSH hysteresis T DHW (C) T BSH off 73C T BSH on 71C T UI 70C [7-00] [7-01] T UI [7-00] [6-01] [6-00] T Hpmax = = = = 70C 3C 2C 7C 50C [6-01] T HPmax-1K 49C T HP off Bread

Crumb - 48C [6-00] Overview 7-00 7-01 All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT T HP on 41C t Name: 2/13/20 39 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.3. Installer settings Domestic Hot Water 10. Operation Permission of the BSH [4-03] ONLY for Wall Mounted Units (0) Limited (1) No Limit The booster heater operation is only determinded by booster heater OFF temperature (TBH OFF), booster heater ON Temperature (TBH ON), and/or schedule timer. It is allowed to operate together with the HP (2) Most optimum

BSH = allowed ONLY when HP is out of operation range. (3) Optimum Bread Crumb - Booster heater only activates during the disinfection and powerful DHW Same as [4-03]=1, but with the following restrictions: BSH = OFF when HP = ON for DHW HP = OFF for DHW when BSH = ON Overview 4-03 All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Note: When setting 4-03=1/2/3, the booster heater operation can still be restricted by the booster heater allowance schedule Name: 2/13/20 40 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.3. Installer settings Domestic Hot Water 12. Space Heating Priority [5-02] -> Space Heating Priority (0) Disabled [E-07]1 (1) Enabled [E-07]=1 [5-03] -> Space heating priority temperature (Outdoor ambient) [5-04] -> Set point correction for DHW temperature (Only applicable for the Wall Hung units) Bread Crumb

- Overview Note: If [4-03]=0 and [5-02]=1, then the tank will not be heated when the ambient temperature is below [5-03] 5-02 5-03 5-04 All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 41 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.3. Installer settings Domestic Hot Water 13. DHW Pump [A.2.2.A] = [D-02] (0) No (1) Secondary return (instant water at tap points (2) Disinfection, shunt Never heat up to above 80C! (can lead to damage and possible leakage) DANGER: RISK OF BURNING During and shortly after disinfection, the temperature of the hot water tap is as high as the disinfection tank temperature. If necessary, install a mixing valve to limit the temperature at the hot water tap. Bread Crumb A.2.2.A Overview D-02 All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name:

2/13/20 42 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.3. Installer settings Domestic Hot Water 13. DHW Pump Secondary return [A.2.2.A] = [D-02] = 1 Bread Crumb A.2.2.A Overview D-02 All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Disinfection de-stratification [A.2.2.A] = [D-02] = 2 Cold water feed Please make sure adequate pipe insulation is used on all hot water primary and secondary return pipes Name: 2/13/20 43 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.4. Installer settings Other 1. External kWh meter [A.2.2.8] = [D-08] = External kWh meter 1 [A.2.2.9] = [D-09] = External kWh meter 2 - Bread Crumb [A.2.2.8] [A.2.2.9]

0: No 1: 0,1 pulse/kWh 2: 1 pulse/kWh 3: 10 pulse/kWh 4: 100 pulse/kWh 5: 1000 pulse/kWh Overview D-08 D-09 All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 44 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.4. Installer settings Other 2. External Sensor + Offset [A.2.2.B] = [C-08] = External sensor - 0: No 1: Outdoor sensor - EKRSCA1 ambient sensor for outside 2: Room sensor - KRCS01-1 ambient sensor for inside [A.3.2.3] = [2-09]= Ext. room sensor offset - Offset range [-5~5C] in steps of 0,5C [A.6.5] = [2-0B] = Ext. ambient sensor Offset Bread Crumb [A.2.2.B] [A.3.2.3] [A.6.5] Offset range [-5~5C] in steps of 0,5C Overview C-08 2-09 2-0B All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name:

2/13/20 45 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.4. Installer settings Other 3. Heater Capacities [A.2.3.1] = [6-02] = Booster heater - Range [0-10KW] Default 0kW [A.2.3.2] = [6-03] = BUH step 1 - Range [0-10KW] Default 3kW [A.2.3.3] = [6-04] = BUH step 2 - Range [0-10KW] Default 0kW for *3V models Default 6kW for *9W models Bread Crumb [A.2.3.1] [A.2.3.2] [A.2.3.3] Overview 6-02 6-03 6-04 All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 46 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.4. Installer settings Other 3. Auto restart [A.6.1] = Allow to start up the unit after power failure default active (1) 4. Preferential kWh Rate

[A.6.2.1] = [D-00] = Allowed heaters 0: none 1: BSH only 2: BUH only 3 All heaters [A.6.2.2] = [D-05] = Forced pump OFF Bread Crumb [A.6.1] [A.6.2.1] [A.6.2.2] 0: Forced off 1: As normal (sampling / continuous on) Overview 3-00 D-00 D-05 All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 47 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.4. Installer settings Other 5. Power consumption control [A.6.3.1] = [4-08] = Mode (0): No limitation. (1): Continuous: The power is limited to setting (2): Digital inputs: The power limitation depends on status of relevant digital inputs (att: optional demand pcb must be connected and set in A.2.2.7) [A.6.3.2] = [4-09] = Type

(0): Based on current [A] (1): Based on power [kW]. All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 48 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.4. Installer settings Other [A.6.3.2]: Type Power Current (0): Current [A] (1): Power [kW] Bread Crumb A.6.3.5.1 = A.6.3.3 A.6.3.5.2 A.6.3.5.3 A.6.3.5.4 A.6.3.6.1 = A.6.3.4 A.6.3.6.2 A.6.3.6.3 A.6.3.6.4 All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Overview 5-05 5-06 5-07 5-08 5-09 5-0A 5-0B 5-0C

Description Amp. limit DI 1 Range 0~50 step 1A Amp. limit DI 2 Amp. limit DI 3 Amp. limit DI 4 0~50 0~50 0~50 kW limit DI 1 0~20 step 0,5kW kW limit DI 2 kW limit DI 3 kW limit DI 4 0~20 0~20 0~20 Name: 2/13/20 49 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.4. Installer settings Other 6. Weather Depending Average timing To reduce influence of quick temperature changes [A.6.4] = [1-0A)] Bread Crumb [A.6.4] 0: no averaging - default

1: 12 hours 2: 24 hours 3: 48 hours 4: 72 hours Overview 1-0A All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 50 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.4. Installer settings Other 7. Pump speed limitation [9-0D] Bread Crumb - 0: always maximum = 100% 1~4: always limited not recommended 5~8: only when there is no output (sampling) Overview Limitation Setting Continuous limitation Setting Limitation when no output 100% 0 0

80% 1 5 70% 2 6 60% 3 7 50% 4 8 9-0D All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 51 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.4. Installer settings Other 8. BUH settings [A.5.1.1] [4-00] = Operation mode 0 : disabled 1 : Enabled 2 : Only for DHW [A.5.1.2] [No overvieuw setting] = Emergency mode + BUH 0 : Manual 1 : Automatic Bread Crumb A.5.1.1 A.5.1.2

Overview 4-00 - All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 52 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.2.4. Installer settings Other [A.5.1.3] [4-07] Enable BUH step 2 0 : No 1 : Yes [A.6.3.7] [4-01] Priority (of heater elements) 0 : None 1 : BSH 2 : BUH Bread Crumb A.5.1.3 A.6.3.7 Overview 4-07 4-01 All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 53 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.3. Enduser + Settings [1] Set Time / Date [2] Holiday

[3] Quiet Mode [4] Operation Mode [5] Select Schedules From the main screen to access the menu push the menu button [6] Information [7] User Settings Press All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: for 5 sec. 2/13/20 54 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.3. Enduser + Settings [1] Set Time / Date [1] Set Time / Date [2] Holiday [3] Quiet Mode Date Time [4] Operation Mode Daylight Saving Time [5] Select Schedules Clock Type [6] Information [7] User Settings All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT

Name: 2/13/20 55 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.3. Enduser + Settings [1] Set Time / Date [2] Holiday [3] Quiet Mode [4] Operation Mode [5] Select Schedules [6] Information [2] Holiday Holiday Holiday Mode Home From Until Use Day Schedule [7] User Settings [2] Holiday Holiday Holiday Mode Away From Until Operation Mode Heating Cooling DHW Logic based on lowering RT temperature, so only available for RT control. All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 56 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC

5.3. Enduser + Settings [3] Quiet Mode [1] Set Time / Date [2] Holiday [3] Quiet Mode [4] Operation Mode [7] User Settings 1 Display 2 Temperature Lock [5] Select Schedules 3 Set Schedules 4 Pre-set Values [6] Information 5 Allowed Operation Mode [7] User Settings 6 Unit Of Measurement Level Bread Crumb [3] [7.4.4] [7.3.6] Overview Level 1 N/A N/A N/A Level 2 All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Level 3 Name: [7.4] Pre-set Values 1 Room Temperature 2 LWT Main 3 Tank Temperature 4 Quiet Level

Description Most quiet. Quiet under all circuimstances. Reduced performance is possible. Medium quiet. Least quiet. When higher performance is required, the unit will be less quiet. 2/13/20 57 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.3. Enduser + Settings [4] Operation Mode [1] Set Time / Date [2] Holiday [3] Quiet Mode [4] Operation Mode [5] Select Schedules [6] Information [7] User Settings All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Heating Cooling Automatic Changeover Name: 2/13/20 58 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.3. Enduser + Settings [4] Operation Mode 3 Automatic changeover [1] Set Time / Date Based on Ambient temperature [2] Holiday [3] Quiet Mode

[4] Operation Mode NO OPERATION ALLOWED [5] Select Schedules COOLING ONLY Outdoor temperature [6] Information HEATING ONLY [7] User Settings Automatic changeover [4-02] Bread Crumb [4] [A.3.3.1] [A.3.3.2] N/A Overview [F-01] N/A [4-02] [F-01] [4-0E] All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Operation mode Heating ONLY Heating & Cooling Name: Cooling ONLY 2/13/20 59 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC

5.3. Enduser + Settings [1] Set Time / Date [4] Operation Mode 3 Automatic changeover Based on Indoor temperature [2] Holiday [3] Quiet Mode [4] Operation Mode [5] Select Schedules [6] Information [7] User Settings Room temp Bread Crumb [4] N/A N/A N/A = Changeover temp from heating to cooling = Cooling SP Overview N/A [4-0B] [4-0D] [4-0E] All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT = Heating SP = Changeover temp from cooling to heating Name: Time 2/13/20 60 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.3. Enduser + Settings Automatic changeover example

Cooling setpoint = 24 C Hysteresis [4-0B] = 1C Heating setpoint = 22C Offset [4-0D] = 4C Determine the changeover temperature heating to cooling: Cooling setpoint (24C) + Hysteresis (1C) = 25C Heating setpoint (22C) + Offset (4C) = 26 C -> Highest temperature = 26 C = Changeover temp (heating to cooling) Determine the changeover temperature cooling to heating: Cooling setpoint (24C) Offset (4C) = 20 C Heating setpoint (22C) Hysteresis (1C) = 21 C -> Lowest temperature = 20 C = Changeover temp (cooling heating) All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 61 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.3. Enduser + Settings Room temp = Changeover temp from heating to cooling = 26C = Cooling SP = 24C = Heating SP = 22C = Changeover temp from cooling to heating = 20C All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 62 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.3. Enduser + Settings [4] Operation Mode [1] Set Time / Date [2] Holiday [3] Quiet Mode [4] Operation Mode

[7] User Settings 1 Display 2 Temperature Lock [5] Select Schedules 3 Set Schedules 4 Pre-set Values [6] Information 5 Allowed Operation Mode [7] User Settings 6 Unit Of Measurement All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 63 [5] Select Schedules 5.3. Enduser + Settings Room Temperature LWT Main LWT Additional TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC Tank Temperature [1] Set Time / Date [2] Holiday [3] Quiet Mode [4] Operation Mode [5] Select Schedules [6] Information [7] User Settings All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Basic Steps for Schedule setting: 1. Set the preset values (if needed) [7.4] 2. Create a user defined schedule [7.3]

3. Select the created User defined schedule in [5] Name: 2/13/20 64 [5] Select Schedules Room Temperature LWT Main LWT Additional 5.3. Enduser + Settings TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC Tank Temperature [1] Set Time / Date [2] Holiday [3] Quiet Mode [4] Operation Mode [7] User Settings 1 Display 2 Temperature Lock [5] Select Schedules 3 Set Schedules 4 Pre-set Values [6] Information 5 Allowed Operation Mode [7] User Settings 6 Unit Of Measurement [7.4] Pre-set Values 1 Room Temperature 2 LWT Main 3 Tank Temperature 4 Quiet Level [7.4.1] Room Temperature Comfort (Heating) 21,0C Eco (Heating)

18,0C Comfort (Cooling) 24,0C Eco (Cooling) 26,0C All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 65 [5] Select Schedules Room Temperature LWT Main LWT Additional 5.3. Enduser + Settings TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC Tank Temperature [1] Set Time / Date [2] Holiday [7] User Settings 1 Display [3] Quiet Mode 2 Temperature Lock [4] Operation Mode 3 Set Schedules 4 Pre-set Values [5] Select Schedules 5 Allowed Operation Mode [6] Information 6 Unit Of Measurement [7] User Settings Select Schedule Empty User defined 3

User defined 2 User defined1 Predefined 3 Predefined 2 Predefined 1 All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Set heating schedule Mon 07:00 Comfort Tue 09:00 Eco Wed Thu Fri 17:00 23:00 --:-- Comfort Eco -- Sat --:-- -- Sun Name: [7.3] Set Schedules 1 Room Temperature 2 LWT Main 3 LWT Additional 4 DHWTemperature 5 Booster Heater Perm 6 Quiet Mode 7 DHW Pump 2/13/20 66

TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.3. Enduser + Settings [1] Set Time / Date [5] Select Schedules [2] Holiday Room Temperature LWT Main LWT Additional [3] Quiet Mode [4] Operation Mode [5] Select Schedules [6] Information [7] User Settings Bread Overview Crumb [5] N/A [7.3] N/A [7.4] N/A [A.3.1.1.1] N/A All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT [5.1] Room Temperature Heating Cooling Tank Temperature Select Active Room Temperature Schedule for heating: Empty User defined 3 User defined 2 User defined1 Predefined 3 Predefined 2 Predefined 1 Name: 2/13/20

67 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.3. Enduser + Settings [1] Set Time / Date [2] Holiday [3] Quiet Mode [4] Operation Mode [5] Select Schedules [6] Information [7] User Settings All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT [6] Information 1 Sensor Information 2 Energy Metering 3 Error Handling 4 User Permission Level 5 Actuators 6 Operation Modes 7 Running Hours 8 Version Name: [6.1] Sensor Information 1 Room Temp. 2 Outdoor Temp. 3 Tank Temp. 4 Leaving Water 5 Leaving Water (PHE) 6 Inlet Water Temp. 7 Refrigerant Temp. 8 Flow rate 2/13/20 68 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.3. Enduser + Settings [1] Set Time / Date

[2] Holiday [3] Quiet Mode [4] Operation Mode [5] Select Schedules [6] Information [7] User Settings [6] Information 1 Sensor Information 2 Energy Metering 3 Error Handling 4 User Permission Level 5 Actuators 6 Operation Modes 7 Running Hours 8 Version [6.5] Actuators 1 Pump 2 Compressor 3 BUH: step 1 4 BUH: step 2 5 Booster heater 6 Shut-off valve 7 3way valve 8 BPH B Solar Pump C Preferential kWh rate D Thermostat main A E Thermostat main B F Thermostat add A G Thermostat add B All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 69 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.3. Enduser + Settings [1] Set Time / Date [2] Holiday [3] Quiet Mode [4] Operation Mode [5] Select Schedules

[6] Information [7] User Settings [6] Information 1 Sensor Information 2 Energy Metering 3 Error Handling 4 User Permission Level 5 Actuators 6 Operation Modes 7 Running Hours 8 Version [6.6] Operation Modes 1 Legionella 2 Defrost / oil return 3 Hot start 4 Emergency (outdoor) 5 Emergency (indoor) 6 Bivalent 7 Power limit level 8 Power limit status 9 Powerful A Quick heat up B Waterpipe freezeup C Room antifrost D Power saving possible E Draft prevention All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 70 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.3. Enduser + Settings [1] Set Time / Date [2] Holiday [3] Quiet Mode [4] Operation Mode [5] Select Schedules [6] Information [7] User Settings [6] Information

1 Sensor Information 2 Energy Metering 3 Error Handling 4 User Permission Level 5 Actuators 6 Operation Modes 7 Running Hours 8 Version [6.7.1] Previous Month 1 Pump 2 Compressor 3 BUH step 1 2 Current Month 3 Total [6.7.1.2] Compressor 1 Space heating 2 Space cooling 3 Domestic hot water 4 Total 5 Nr of starts [6.7.1.3] BUH step 1 1 Space heating 2 Domestic hot water 4 BUH step 2 3 Total 5 Booster Heater [6.7.1.4] BUH step 2 1 Space heating 6 BPH 9 Solar Pump All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT [6.7] Running Hours 1 Previous Month 2 Domestic hot water Name: 3 Total 2/13/20 71 TOP SECRET

SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.3. Enduser + Settings [1] Set Time / Date [2] Holiday [3] Quiet Mode [4] Operation Mode [5] Select Schedules [6] Information [7] User Settings [6] Information 1 Sensor Information 2 Energy Metering 3 Error Handling 4 User Permission Level 5 Actuators 6 Operation Modes 7 Running Hours 8 Version [6.2] Energy Metering 1 Consumed Electricity 2 Produced Energy [6.3] Error Information 1 Error History 2 Contact/Helpdesk Number [6.8] Version 1 User Interface 2 Indoor Unit 3 Outdoor unit All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 72 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.3. Enduser + Settings [1] Set Time / Date [2] Holiday

[3] Quiet Mode [7] User Settings 1 Display 2 Temperature Lock [4] Operation Mode 3 Set Schedules 4 Pre-set Values [5] Select Schedules 5 Allowed Operation Mode [6] Information 6 Unit Of Measurement [7] User Settings All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: [7.1] Display 1 Contrast 2 Backlit LCD Time 3 User Profile 4 Available Home Pages [7.6] Unit of measurement 1 Decimal Point 2 Temperature 4 Produced energy 5 Flow 2/13/20 73 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.5.1 Quick wizard After the power is applied to the indoor unit for the first time, you will be guided through the following set up. Installer has to set: Language Date Time

Englisch System layout All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 74 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.5.1 Quick wizard A.2 Systemlayout 1. Menu structure of the System layout 1 Standard 2 Options 3 Capacities 4 Confirm layout A.2.1 Standard A.2.2 Options A.2.3 Capacities 1 Unit type 1 DHW operation 1

Booster heater 2 Compressor typ 3 DHW tank heater 2 3 Indoor software type 4 Contact type main Backup heater (step 1) 4 Backup heater steps 5 Contact type add 3 Backup heater (step 2) 5 Backup heater type 6 Digital I/O pcb 6 Bottom plate heater 6 Benefit kWh supply 7

Demand pcb 7 Unit control method 8 External kWh meter 1 8 Number of water zones 9 External kWh meter 2 9 Pump operation mode A External DHW pump A Power saving possible B External sensor B User interface location All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: A.2.2.6 Digital I/O pcb 1 Ext. backup heat source 2 Solar kit 3

Alarm output type 4 Bottom plate heater 2/13/20 75 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.5.1 Quick wizard A.2 Systemlayout 2.1. Unit information A.2.1 Standard 1 Unit type 2 Compressor typ 3 Indoor software type 4 Backup heater steps 5 Backup heater type 6 Benefit kWh supply 7 Unit control method 8 Number of water zones

9 Pump operation mode A Power saving possible B User interface location All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT 1 Standard 2 Options 3 Capacities 4 Confirm layout These values are fixed values (read only = R/O) about the equipment and can not be changed A.2.1.1 Unit type A.2.1.2 Compressor type A.2.1.3 Indoor software type A.2.1.4 Backup heater steps e.g. LT split e.g. 008 e.g. Type 1 (heating and cooling) e.g. 2 Bread Crumb A.2.1.1 A.2.1.2 A.2.1.3 A.2.1.4 Name: Overview E-08

E-01 E-02 E-03 2/13/20 76 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.5.1 Quick wizard A.2 Systemlayout 2.2 Backup heater configuration A.2.1 Standard 1 Unit type 2 Compressor typ 3 Indoor software type 4 Backup heater steps 5 Backup heater type 6 Benefit kWh supply 7 Unit control method 8 Number of water zones 9 Pump operation mode

A Power saving possible B User interface location All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT 1 Standard 2 Options 3 Capacities 4 Confirm layout The backup heater in the *9W model can be connected in different configurations. Besides hardware configuration, the backup heater type must be setup on the user interface. A.2.1.5 set to 1P,(1 or 1+2): 6 kW 1~ 230 V (single phase 6kW backup heater) If single phase 3kW is required then the second step can be disabled in setting A.2.1.4 A.2.1.5 set to 3P,(1 or 1+2): 6 kW 3~ 230 V A.2.1.5 set to 3PN,(1 or 2): 6 kW 3N~ 415 V (three phase & neutral 6kW backup heater) A.2.1.5 set to 3PN,(1 or 1+2): 9 kW 3N~ 415 V (three phase & neutral 9kW backup heater) Name: Bread Crumb A.2.1.5 Overview 5-0D 2/13/20 77 TOP SECRET SECRET

INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.5.1 Quick wizard A.2 Systemlayout 2.3. Benefit kWh supply A.2.1 Standard 1 Unit type 2 Compressor typ 3 Indoor software type 4 Backup heater steps 5 Backup heater type 6 Benefit kWh supply 7 Unit control method 8 Number of water zones 9 Pump operation mode A Power saving possible B User interface location

All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT 1 Standard 2 Options 3 Capacities 4 Confirm layout A.2.1.6 set to (0) No, function not active A.2.1.6 set to (1) Active open, equipment forced off with open input contact & allowed to run with closed input contact A.2.1.6 set to (2) Active closed, equipment forced off with closed input contact & allowed to run with open input contact Bread Crumb A.2.1.6 A.6.1 Name: Overview D-01 3-00 2/13/20 78 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.5.1 Quick wizard A.2 Systemlayout 2.4. Unit control method A.2.1 Standard 1 Unit type 2

Compressor typ 3 Indoor software type 4 Backup heater steps 5 Backup heater type 6 Benefit kWh supply 7 Unit control method 8 Number of water zones 9 Pump operation mode A Power saving possible B User interface location All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT 1 Standard 2 Options 3 Capacities

4 Confirm layout A.2.1.7 set to (0) LWT control, this setting will control to the leaving water temperature set point with no space temperature control A.2.1.7 set to (1) Ext RT control, External Room Thermostat control, this setting will look at the programmable room thermostat input terminals A.2.1.7 set to (2) RT control, Room Thermostat control, This will use the Daikin controller as a programmable room thermostat Bread Crumb A.2.1.7 Name: Overview C-07 2/13/20 79 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.5.1 Quick wizard A.2 Systemlayout 2.5. Number of water zones A.2.1 Standard 1 Unit type 2 Compressor typ 3 Indoor software type 4 Backup heater steps 5 Backup heater type

6 Benefit kWh supply 7 Unit control method 8 Number of water zones 9 Pump operation mode Standard 2 Options 3 Capacities 4 Confirm layout A.2.1.8 set to (1) Main zone (default), This will only give you one flow set point A.2.1.8 set to (2) One main zone + one add (additional) zone, this gives 2 leaving water temperature zones. A Power saving possible Bread Crumb A.2.1.8 B User interface location All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT 1 Name: Overview 7-02 2/13/20

80 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.5.1 Quick wizard A.2 Systemlayout 2.6. Pump operation mode A.2.1 Standard 1 Unit type 2 Compressor typ 3 Indoor software type 4 Backup heater steps 5 Backup heater type 6 Benefit kWh supply 7 Unit control method 8 Number of water zones 9 Pump operation mode A Power saving possible

B User interface location All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT 1 Standard 2 Options 3 Capacities 4 Confirm layout A.2.1.9 set to (0) Continuous pump operation - Regardless of thermo ON/OFF - Always possible to choose A.2.1.9 set to (1) Sample (default), Sample - Samples every 5 minutes for 3 minutes - Only possible to choose if [A.2.1] unit control method = LWT control A.2.1.9 set to (2) Request - Operates when external contact generates thermo ON request - Only possible to choose if [A.2.1.7] unit control method = External room thermostat control or room thermostat Bread Crumb A.2.1.9 Name: Overview F-0D 2/13/20 81 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.5.1 Quick wizard A.2 Systemlayout 2.7. Power saving possible

A.2.1 Standard 1 Unit type 2 Compressor typ 3 Indoor software type 4 Backup heater steps 5 Backup heater type 6 Benefit kWh supply 7 Unit control method 8 Number of water zones 9 Pump operation mode A Power saving possible B User interface location All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT 1 Standard 2

Options 3 Capacities 4 Confirm layout A.2.1.A: Power saving possible (read only) Only possible for small OU Bread Crumb A.2.1.A Name: Overview E-04 E-08 2/13/20 82 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.5.1 Quick wizard A.2 Systemlayout 2.8. User interface location A.2.1 Standard 1 Unit type 2 Compressor typ 3 Indoor software type 4 Backup heater steps

5 Backup heater type 6 Benefit kWh supply 7 Unit control method 8 Number of water zones 9 Pump operation mode A Power saving possible B User interface location All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT 1 Standard 2 Options 3 Capacities 4 Confirm layout A.2.1.B set to In room, The other user interface is automatically set to at the unit A.2.1.B set to At the indoor unit, The other user interface is automatically set to In room and if RT control is selected, it will act as a room thermostat. Bread

Crumb A.2.1.B Name: Overview 2/13/20 83 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.5.1 Quick wizard A.2 Systemlayout 3.1. DHW and contact type A.2.2 Options 1 DHW operation 3 DHW tank heater 4 Contact type main 5 Contact type add 6 Digital I/O pcb 7 Demand pcb 8 External kWh meter 1 9 External kWh meter 2 A

External DHW pump B External sensor All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT 1 Standard 2 Options 3 Capacities 4 Confirm layout A.2.2.1. DHW operation ((0)Yes / (1) No) A.2.2.3. DHW tank heater ((0) Horizontal / (1) BUH) A.2.2.4. Contact type main ((1) Thermo ON/OFF request / (2) C/H request) A.2.2.5. Contact type Add((1) Thermo ON/OFF request / (2) C/H request) Bread Crumb A.2.2.1 A.2.2.3 A.2.2.4 A.2.2.5 Name: Overview E-05 E-07 C-05 C-06 2/13/20 84 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.5.1 Quick wizard

A.2 Systemlayout 3.2. Digital I/O PCB A.2.2 Options A.2.2.6 Digital I/O pcb 1 DHW operation 1 Ext. backup heat source 3 DHW tank heater 2 Solar kit 4 Contact type main 3 Alarm output type 5 Contact type add 4 Bottom plate heater 6 Digital I/O pcb 7 Demand pcb 8 External kWh meter 1 9

External kWh meter 2 A External DHW pump B External sensor All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT 1 Standard 2 Options 3 Capacities 4 Confirm layout Bread Crumb A.2.2.6.1 Name: Overview C-02 C-03 C-04 2/13/20 85 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.5.1 Quick wizard A.2 Systemlayout 3.2. Digital I/O PCB A.2.2 Options

A.2.2.6 Digital I/O pcb 1 DHW operation 1 Ext. backup heat source 3 DHW tank heater 2 Solar kit 4 Contact type main 3 Alarm output type 5 Contact type add 4 Bottom plate heater 6 Digital I/O pcb 7 Demand pcb 8 External kWh meter 1 9 External kWh meter 2 A

External DHW pump B External sensor All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT 1 Standard 2 Options 3 Capacities 4 Confirm layout Bread Crumb A.2.2.6.2 Name: Overview D-07 C-00 2/13/20 86 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.5.1 Quick wizard A.2 Systemlayout 3.2. Digital I/O PCB A.2.2 Options A.2.2.6 Digital I/O pcb 1 DHW operation

1 Ext. backup heat source 3 DHW tank heater 2 Solar kit 4 Contact type main 3 Alarm output type 5 Contact type add 4 Bottom plate heater 6 Digital I/O pcb 7 Demand pcb 8 External kWh meter 1 9 External kWh meter 2 A External DHW pump B External sensor

All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT 1 Standard 2 Options 3 Capacities 4 Confirm layout Bread Crumb A.2.2.6.3 Name: Overview C-09 2/13/20 87 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.5.1 Quick wizard A.2 Systemlayout 3.2. Digital I/O PCB A.2.2 Options A.2.2.6 Digital I/O pcb 1 DHW operation 1 Ext. backup heat source 3

DHW tank heater 2 Solar kit 4 Contact type main 3 Alarm output type 5 Contact type add 4 Bottom plate heater 6 Digital I/O pcb 7 Demand pcb 8 External kWh meter 1 9 External kWh meter 2 A External DHW pump B External sensor All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT 1 Standard 2

Options 3 Capacities 4 Confirm layout Bread Crumb A.2.2.6.4 A.2.3.6 Name: Overview F-04 F-02 F-03 6-07 2/13/20 88 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.5.1 Quick wizard A.2 Systemlayout 3.3. Demand PCB A.2.2 Options 1 DHW operation 3 DHW tank heater 4 Contact type main 5 Contact type add

6 Digital I/O pcb 7 Demand pcb 8 External kWh meter 1 9 External kWh meter 2 A External DHW pump B External sensor All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT 1 Standard 2 Options 3 Capacities 4 Confirm layout A.2.2.7 set to (0) No (default), Not installed A.2.2.7 set to (1) Yes Installed, Volt free inputs used for power limitation this is selectable in bread crumb A.6.2.1 & field setting D-00 Bread Crumb A.2.2.7 Name: Overview

D-04 2/13/20 89 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.5.1 Quick wizard After setting system layout installer has to confirm layout After confirmation the system will automatically restart. All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 90 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.5.2 Commissioning Air purge A.7 Commissioning A.2 Systemlayout A.2 Systemlayout 1 Type 1 Manually 2 Start Air purge 2 Automatic 1 Test run

2 UFH screed dryout 3 Air purge 4 Acuator test run In screen Flow rate circuit speed Bread Crumb A.7.3.1 A.7.3.2 A.7.3.3 All Seasons Overview F-06 CLIMATE COMFORT Pump operation 3-Way valve DHW SP Name: 2/13/20 91 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.5.3 Commissioning Test run A.7 Commissioning 1

Test run 2 UFH screed dryout 3 Air purge 4 Acuator test run A.7.1 1 Heating 2 Cooling 3 DHW Select and start test run in [A.7.1] All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Test screen is shown Test run automatically ends after +/- 30min To end manually press ON/OFF button and confirm During test => only menu [6] Information is accessible: sensor info & actuator info Name: 2/13/20 92 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC

5.5.4 Commissioning Actuator test run A.7 Commissioning A.7.4 Actuator test run 1 Booster heater 3 BUH Step 1 4 BUH Step 2 5 Pump test 6 Solar pump test 7 2-way valve test 8 3-way valve test 9 BPH test A Bivalent signal test B Alarm output test C C/H signal test D Quick heat up test

E Circulation pump test All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT 1 Test run 2 UFH screed dryout 3 Air purge 4 Acuator test run Select and start Actuator test run in [A.7.1] Displays test screen Test run stops: After 30min Manually by pushing ON/OFF button and confirming When reaching stop condition BSH: Start: tank temp < 40C. Stop: 50C BUH: Start: LWT<30C. Stop LWT>40C Pump: Maximum speed, calibration of EWT & LWT Solar pump: Start: tank temp < 40C. Stop: 50C Bivalent: Bivalent permission: ON & 3-way valve to DHW Name: 2/13/20 93 TOP SECRET SECRET

INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.5.5 Commissioning UFH screed dryout The installer is responsible to: Contact the screed manufacturer for the initial heating instructions to avoid cracking the screed, Program the under floor heating screed dry out schedule according to the above instruction of the screed manufacturer, Check on regular base the good working of the setup, Select the correct program that complies with the type of used screed for the floor. Screed dry out function is possible by BUH only (if no OU yet installed) All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 94 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.5.5 Commissioning UFH screed dryout A.7 Commissioning A.7.2 1 Set schudule 2 Screed dryout status 1 Test run

2 UFH screed dryout 3 Air purge 4 Acuator test run Stop due to error If warning/caution: dryout can continue after error reset If error: after error is reset => U3 is shown U3 error can only be reset while installer level! If power reset => U3 All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 95 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.5.6 Checklist flow rate ! Guarantee minimum flow rate ! To ensure good BUH/defrost operation Procedure Check which heating loops that can be closed (mechanical, electronic or other valves) Close all these loops Start pump test run Go to sensor information [6.1.8] flow rate Bypass YES: Modify the bypass valve setting to reach the min. required flow rate + 2L/min NO: If the required volume is not respected adapt the hydraulic lay-out All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT

Name: 2/13/20 96 TOP SECRET SECRET INTERNAL USE ONLY PUBLIC 5.6 Handover to end-user Once the test run is finished and the unit operates properly, please make sure the following is clear for the user: Fill in the installer setting table (in the operation manual) with the actual settings. Make sure that the user has the printed documentation and ask him/her to keep it for future reference. Inform the user that he can find the complete documentation on the url as earlier described in the manual Chapter About this document Explain the user how to properly operate the system and what he/she has to do in case of problems. Show the user what jobs he/she has to do in relation to maintenance of the unit. Explain the user about energy saving tips as described in the operation manual. All Seasons CLIMATE COMFORT Name: 2/13/20 97

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